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THE OMAHA DAILY REE: SUNDAY, Ari.IL 22, 1906.
FOR SALE FARMS
5.00 TO J7.00 LAND
IN PERKINS COUNTY, NEB.
Pine laying rich soil, where big crop re
alwsvs rair-ed; close to county arat. rood
io.'ils, churches, markets, creamery sta
THERE NEVER WAS AN OPPOR
TUNITY TO MAKE MORE MON
EY THAN THERE IS IN CHEAP
LAND IN THE WEST TODAY.
53.00 TO 5.00 LAND
In Klmns.il. Banner. Cheyenne and Deuel
This land Is drp black loam, with clay
guhao.l and Inys fine.
people have neon raising crops In the
trout fur years and are becoming Independ
ent. Uo out with us and look at these lands
and ace. what a great future the weft hns
wlih all lis beet sugar factories, alfalfa
mill, rreumory ststlon9, etc.
WE PREDICT THAT THESE
LANDS WILL DOUBLE IN VALUE
BY NEXT FALL. YOU WILL DO
THE SAME AFTER LOOKING AT
We have rhenp rate every Tuesday.
Write or come In nnl talk It over with us.
We will Intereat you.
Hastings & Heyden.
1G09V4 Famam 8t., Omaha, Neb.
10 Large store room for rent.
St N. P. Dodge A Co.
i's 8 lr.th Ft., 3.x.
i:M North Mth, new store, $1.
JOHN N. FRENZER, OFP. OLD P. O.
FOR RENT One 4-story brick atore; haa
good elevators. Inquire at LMugias.
, i eu
THIS Omaha Van A Storage Co., pack.
move and alora li. II. goods, storehouse,
ll0-:t N. iKth. orfloe. lullfe Farnam.
Tel. Doug. loCt. D 148
Flowing wells; plenty of liny, good
cltmntci fine stock rnls'mK locntlty,
Tills la certainly the tluio to buy rt
ranch. Large or small tracts.
Omaha, Neb., Itoom 1, N. Y, L.
Call write, wire cr 'phone Douglas rH07,
WEST HARNflT STREET.
. i i . i. 1h.ii.il. a r.ma . ml reception
hall, oak finish and flooia. tiled vestibule.
bath room, separate toilet lor servants,
laundry room In basement, baa mantel,
very complete and all details the beat;
south front on Harney 8t Just went of Hi
Bt. Ready May 1.
113 N. Y. Ufa. Tel. uougias-ait.
HIGHLY IMPROVED FARM
10 MILES OMAHA
Thla farm la N. W. of city, near Military
road: luys line, land In hlnrhest atate of cul
tivation, 4 acres mead or and pasture, bal
ance under plow; 9-room house, barn, 10
horse and 12 cowa. corn crib, granary
cattle aheda and hog house, also machinery
shed, two windmill.
OFFERED KOH SHORT TIME ONLY.
GEORGE CO., ltXJl FARNAM.
FOR BALE 4,672 acres of choice wild land
In beautiful hike region of western Win
cunsln, within & hundred miles of Minne
apolis; timber on same enough for set
tler's own use; soil sandy loam, clay sub'
soil; for Immediate sale to close out tract
will sell all at $6 per acre: speculators
can double their money on this deal. For
mnpa and further particulars write owner,
Harry c. Johnson, Robbinsdale, Minn.
COLORADO farms and ranchea for sale In
the famous district of Oreeley, Colo. Also
a number of business propositions. Write
for literature and prlcea. O. M. W yckoft,
Greeley, Colo. H bu ax
FOR cheap farm lands In western Ne
braska, homestead relinquishments, etc.,
K. u. Harris, 240 Ummot Hi., Omaha,
Neb., lata register U. a. land office, Hid'
ney, Neb. H-779 22x
FOR BALE ONLY Greatest bargain In
Iowa; first class 43acre, highly Im
proved, Wright county, Iowa, farm; one'
half mile to town: very best of land
only M an acre, worth $S0. R. Mather,
Cedar Rapids, la. H 654 22
EASTERN Colorado, 610 to 6,400 acres nice
prairie land; price 13.00 10 v Ml per acre.
1). E, Goodale, Sioux Falls, 8. D.
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
MONEY TO LOAN
At 5 arid 0 per cent on Improved
real estate, la amounts $500 uud up
ward. Loans closed without delay.
GARVIN BROS. 1602 FARNAM
W ANTED City loans ana warrants. W.
Faraain Suillu 4k Co.. Ut Faiuam 8t
at ON BY TO LOAN ffcyne Investment Co.
BUILDING loaas on residence property; 1
per oeul. w. at. ateigue, ttauige mg.
I'm. ion Block.
PRIVATE money. F. D. Wead, 1U0 Douglas,
liAKVlN BROS., UOi rat nam; city loaan
$l,0u0.0U0 TO LOAN on bualneaa ana real
dauce properly In Unuut; lowest rates
'iliumaa bieuuau. H.
N ANi'lbi City Loaun.
K. C. i'aters k Co.
fAKU, CiTX AND laClLUiNU LCANa.
tevti iiios.. liu Saiuaai Bt. W-IUs
City at farm loans. O.
carson Co., N.l.i.
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
ThonittS, duo 1st National bunk Bldg.
UJY ratea. Private money. Co0 and up.
CUAa. lO, V ILLlAUDUn CO.
UiANa made on Omaha Improved prop
erty; also for building purposes, hinxting
Heyden, 1HU Karnam.
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
' United States Nat'l Bank BIJg.
We have a number of office rooms for
rent. Two ettpeclally desirable aultea. one
of two rooma and one of three. One large
room, i.ao equate feet nuor space, rrontln
on l-i h street. Also smaller ofllces. BEE
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON CO,
1201 Famam St.
CR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT HOUSES
K.llNF.S 10 P"ta ol the city. R,
c reteia at Co., uiug.
ww O. li
lavls Co., Jus liee Bldg,
Klngwalt. liarker Blk.
WE MOVli pianos. Maggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel. Doug. lWu. ynjee i,u w ea
sier bt. D-150
6EE us when shipping bousehold goods to
large cities .vest. we can save you
nimey, LXlHh.8Silh.W8 DELIVERY:
CO., Ui N. Bixtotnili bt. Tel. Doug, lltfe
OR RENT Seven-room house, with bath
and laundry; N. E. Cor. 'Mt Ave. and
Leavenworth; house In perfect order; new
plumbing; hot water heating; rent tM). W.
5. Connell, 1UI Uee Lldg. U-Mloi
AMERICAN TRANSFER CO., STORAGE.
Phone Douglas lOO. liw rarnani.
U MSuo Ml
OUs SEWARD St., S rooms
feu. ttemls, r'axion tint.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
At rery low prl
factory price, lis
rlcea. fthnlns Visible, new,
our price, 122.60.
lensmore. No. 6, almost new....
Oliver, No. I. almoat new
Oliver, No. 1
Underwood, No. t, almoat new.
Remington, No. t
Remington, No. f
Remington, No. 7, almost new..
Hmlth Premier, No. 2, 136.00 to.
llllck, No. 6
Blick. No. 7. almost new
We are western agenta for Sun Islble;
Send for catalogue. We carry anything
and everything In the typewriter Una. Wa
liave machines from 112.50 up.
Machinea rented, 12.60 and up.
Ferers Typewriter and
Tel. Douglaa 7266.
These machines are all factory
and In first class condition.
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
Duces. Tel. uougias-isis. Dtuiuuim k
ilueller Piano Co., 1S11-DI13 farnam.
FOR RENT Six and 7-room modern flata.
Telephone Dougiaa ns.
Oliver No. t
Oliver No. I
Remington No. ( ..
Remington No. 0 ..
Remington No. 2
Remington No. 1 ..
Smith Premier No.
MODERN house, 4117 Farnam, $36. A. C.
Kennedy, :'W irsi iNauonai pij.
Douglas 72i. - D MJ30 il
FOR RENT Going to move? You Will then
need new lurnuure ana minu, uunuw
from us and py cash for them. We save
you money. Furniture loana, etc.; low
rates, easy terms. RELIABLE CRLD1T
CO.. rooms u7-ub Paxton Blk., N. E. Cor.
Farnam and lbth Bts. D-M418 21
3116 Chicago street, 6 rooms modern, large
yard, $.10; 14 Mortn iweniiein sireei, ,
rooms modern, owner pays water rent,
ilii.ou; 1! Howard, 4-room modern flat,
117.60. Ringwalt ilros., Barker Blk.
D MS08 23
The above machinea are good value for
Wa have a larre list of other makes sn
can aupply anyone needing typewriter.
'Phone Douglas 1G63.
Corner 15th and Harney.
FOR RENT Handsome colonial residence,
opposite para, muaern,
1517 Park Ave.,
COTTAGE 4 rooms, city water and clo-
20U9 tSOUtn iu. crcen x oiomn,
EXTRA nice 10-room modern house,
Jones St. Owner, a&Ji im. M at.
D M 150 21x
$'.15.00 for 6-room modern flat, 1616 Howard
street. . v , ....
$40.00 for 11-room moaern nouee, 4sw mu
street. Beautiful lawn.
GEORUHi CO., ibui f arnam.
D 632 20
FOR REINT Modern 10-room house, well
furnished, desirable location; win rent to
first-class tenant for the summer. Ad
dress C 32, Bee. D 663 22
FOR RENT 6-room, all-modern house, ex
cept furnace. ia;i b. zsin bi. u cio ax
$14.00 1924 So. 27th St., 4 rooms, second floor.
$12.00322 No. 86th St., 6 rooms.
$14.002706 Cuming 6t., 6-room flat.
IM. Jr. jjiLxjri
. D-768 23
FOR RENT Going to move? You will
then need new furniture and carpets.
Borrow from us and pay cash for them.
We save you money. Furniture loans,
etc. Low rates, ?asy terms.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO..
Rooms 307-30S Paxton Block,
N. E. Cor. Farnam and ICth Sts.
D M761 2
FOR RENT '
We loan money on furniture, nnuscnoia
goods, pianos, or any other security, at
the lowest rates and easiest terms of any
lease, loan or trust company .n Omaha.
It will pay you to deal with the
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.,
3u7-3' Paxton Block.
HOUSES FURNISHED complete; reliable
goods, bedrock prices, easy payments.
OMAHA FURNITURE AND CARPET CO.,
12W-IZU-12U Farnam St.
PAYNE. BOSTWICK & CO.
2313 Michigan Ave., 6-room, city water.
close In, 116.
231'5 South 18th, 6-room, porcelain Dam
closet, gas, everything but furnace; a bar
sain for 117.
2-iH South Stn, s-room, siriouy moaern,
paved street, on car line, x-iao.
1312 Park Ave., 8-room, strictly modern,
rluhl lin-to-ilate. 137.60.
3128 Cass, l-raom, strictly modern, good
burn: will nut In Al ehane. 1:12. 60.
Three out of seven of those beautiful new
-room, strictly modern houses, t.t 21st und
Cass Sts., left. We furnUh laundry heater,
raa ran ire and shades for entire house,
These have oak finish and right up to date;
I'AINK, 1JB1W,. t .-' J;
Sixth Floor, N. Y. Life Bldr-
D 770 22
MONEY TO BURN
A man must have money to burn who
would pay $100 for a Typewriter, when we
can sell a slightly use, rebuilt, or good
second-hand machine for a fourth, a third
or half that amount.
BUckensderfers, new, (we are agents)..
$36.00 and $60.00
Hammond, new, the $100 kind 60.00
Smith Premier, No. 2, good 60.00
Underwood, No. 4, good as new 65.00
Remington, No. 7, fine 60.00
Denamore, No. 6, good value 40.00
Remington, No. 6 tabulator; you should
look at thla 66.00
Denamore, No. 1, worth $26. 18.00
Depsmore, No. 2 19.60
Hammond, universal keyboard 12.00
Remington, No. (, brand new 76.00
Call us up for Typewriter Repairing. We
can rent you a good machine for $2.60 to $3
a month. We ship any machine subject
to trial. . If It don't suit, send it back.
1603 Leavenworth St. Two blocks south
of Iier Graud hotel. Tel, Red 6SS9. Q
FOR SALE Nearly new No. 10 Fox type
writer. SJ1 Board of Trade, Omaha.
CHER WIN-WILLIAMS CO. BijsT MIXED
PAINT. Sherman & McConneli Drug Co.,
Omaha. y 124
HALL'S sales, new. Id-hand.
on easy terms.
FOR SALE At a discount, due bill from
one of the most deslraui lue Insurance
companies, which may be appiiod ou a
first year's premium; any one consideilng
taking ott a policy can . save money.
Address P 67, cu. Be. O, su.
PIANO FOR SALE Party tiw purchased
piano only a few weka ago will Mil it
at discount troio lue uutn pi'tce palu.
Address P si, car Be. y smi
CHAMBERLAIN'S Perfect Chick Feed;
best in the world for young cldcaa; try it.
Stewart's Seed Store, US North luib. St.,
tne only uuuiui'isea seuiug agent lu
Oman. W-MMt A2&
Great Opportunity For
' Piano Buyers
We extent to prospective piano buyers a cordial Invitation to visit our
new five-story building and inspect -the largest stock of pianos, Organs,
Pianola Pianos and 3elf-Plnyers ever exhibited la Omaha. Six hundred in
struments to select from, including the following celebrated makes: Stoln
way, Steger, A. B. Chase, Emerson, McPhall, Vough, Kurtzman and many
others. Notice Monday's bargain list:
Kimball Square Grand, only. $38
Doardman & Gray Square, only , $62
Conover Square Grand, only $68
$1,000 Steinway & Sons Square Grand, only $85
Vose Sons Upright, ebony cane, only $85
Hall & Sons Upright, parlor size, only $105
Vose & Sons Upright, full site, only $128
Arion Upright, walnut case, only $135
Chlckerlng, large sjxe, only , $155
Ebony Steinway, fine tone, only $250
TERMS, $6 CASH AND $3 PER MONTH.
One Beatty Organ, twenty-two stops $10
One Kimball Organ, nine stops $12
One Western Cottape, walnut case $ 15
One Mason & Hamlin, walnut case $18
One small Estey Organ, walnut case $20
One Silver Chimes, high top, oak case..... , $22
One Hlllstrom, walnut case, good tone, only $24
One Kimball, high top, eleven stops and mirror $25
One Kimball, fancy style, with mirror $38
One walnut, piano case, Wilcox & White, 7 1-3 octaves $45
One mahogany, piano case, Kimball, 7 1-3 octaves, very swell, only $68
One Mason ft Hamlin, beautiful oak case, latest design, regular price $140,
our price t 175
TERMS, $3 CASH AND $2 PER MONTH. .
We ship Instruments everywhere. Satisfaction guaranteed or money re
funded. Write or call at once.
Manufacturers and Dealers in Fine Pianos and Organs.
Established 1859. 1311 and 1313 Farnam St., Omaha. Tel. Douglas 1625.
FOR RENT 10-room house, suitable for 1
families. J. H. Parrotte, Paxton Blk.
D s02 22
THE demand for houses to rent Is without
precedent. I have a large list and all are
rented, still there are calls every hour In
the day. If you want good, prompt, pay
ing tenants, list your houses with
J. H. PARROTTE, Paxton Blk.
2519 HAMILTON ST., 6-room modern cot
tage, 20. 1
lfyr7 Park Ave., 6-room modern flat, $18.
4132 Irard St., -room modern house, $J0.
V?3 North 2-tth St., store room, $18.
815 North 4(th. new store room, $20.
6K North 2ith St., elegant new 10-room,
modern brick, hardwood throughout, $50.
W. R HOMAN.
1517 Farnam St.
HOUSES FOR RENT.
J(i64 Harney, 8 rooms, modern, $40.
119 80. pith. -rooin flat, $12.50.
XU9 Dewey Ave., 6-room cottage. $12.
t24 Ersklne, 6-room flat, bath, $11.
8016 Ames Ave.. 6-room flat, $.
GARVIN BROS., 1H FARNAM.
$46 (O 1029-31 a 30th Ave.
$2i.oo 21M Patrick Ave., 7 rooms, modern
$30. 3316 Burt St., rooms, modern, hot
R. C. PETERS & CO., Bea Bldg.
GROUND FLOOR OFFICE.
On Farnam St., best location for business
in city. Call for particuiara.
8H1MER & CHASri CO.,
Real Estate Investments.
1908 rxnuun, Ground Fior. ltouglas SVt.
FOR RKNT-Deik room In Bee oUlce, city
bad building, 417 N. i&ih tL. tiomn
Oiuaha. Apply to mauager. l-Ul
SUITABLE for wholesale or manufactur
ing, 4xlu0; three noois and basement
eUvatur; will tent 22xltA separately. ;.a'
6 Farnam bt. Inquire 314 Fust National
Bank Bldg. X-Ul
CENTRAL drg store, with fixtures: aiso
Uuudry, witu power. T.xard. Sjj Norui
fad. 1 il
THK rooms lately occupied by Omaha
Musical association at un and Harney
avcoud floor, b. A. Curtis, ageut.
THRICE and v-story brtck wholesale
building tisckaje In rear. Paved tri
lu front. lii?-il3 N. lth St. Possesion.
May 1st. A C Kennedy, i, First
ttioiiai Bank. Telephone Douglas 722.
$1G.0 8-room house, city water, large yard,
3 blocks from car. 3214 Emmet.
$ii 50 4 unfurnished rooms, city water, 3
blocks from car. 3212 Emmet.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
LATHAM AND BRADLEY BROS Barred
Ko.ks, forty yearling hens. $1 each;
males, $2. for the week only. Kggs,
$2.60 for fifteen. Davla, 4210 Ames Ave.
KIMBALL organ, nearly new, $S0; also
9x12 ingrain rug. Dealers need not ap
ply. 1119 Davenport. Q M69J 14x
FOR SALE Good Radiant Home base
burner heating atove, and one Oak heal
ing utove; alo a few odd pieces of
furniture will be sold cheap If tken at
once. Call and see them at 1611 South
IJlh St. 14 M743 Itx
FOR 112 rash, a good Monitor steel ranee.
with water back. Call at 14 Lafayette
Ave. on Saturday or after 6 p. m Har
ney car. Q 7 fcix
SODA FOUNTAINS, any aise. litf Farnam.
GASOLINE engines slightly used. Vi
noise yewur nuu , x uuim power. Al
Cooled Kelly. Phone Douis ln
wag uer li.os., ma eavenwonu.
FOR sal tinpiy ink barrels, inquire
OI j. lu v-auipoeii, x uiaii rvom.
ICE for sale In car lota. A G. Gilbert,
council jjiuiiB. w. 14 Aluoi
WE buy everything In the furniture line.
Culcago Furniture Co., ltlu Dodge.
CHEAP chicken fence, long fir timbers,
white basswood lor burnt worn, vii .So.
CAUTioiMl lie ware of fax piano ad ;
genuine new Sielnwuy pianos aie sold
UKbi uj ocuiuouer ac juueiter and llioy
are the ONLY authorised IsuiuunKa nj.
resentatlves. Tel. Douglas-ii(26. 1311.
1S18 Barnaul. , y 149
DMAnu riftiu, rtnH xros. make, at a
oargaiu tor some one. call iol In. lotn.
FOR SALE at a bargain, a IStOO Oldsaio
bile. Just new. Address U 61, Bee.
FOR SALE Baby carriage In ' good con
dltlon. Call VJul Spencer. Q M186
PIANO Square. $10; 60 cents weekly. P,
field Piano Co., 1611 Farnam Bu Q 12i
FOR SALE 600,000 hi Ick at $5 per thousand
Smith Brick Co., 22d and Wo-jlworth Ave,
Telephone, Douglaa-4. g 174 23
$550 Chlckerlng piano, $160. 416 No. 23d
ot. vt Alb 16 tlx
LUGS, from Flshel s strain White and
Bradley Bros. Barred Rocks. 4340 Krskine
ei. jrnoue iiarney-3t4. g tx
ACRE LOTS North of Krug piirk. E. G
Solomon Phone Benson 156. (J 20 22x
FOR SALE Dental outfit, best In Neb
fine practice; Invoice price. Address
nun. care A. B. Billings Si Sons.
omalia. Q- 746 2ix
PIGEONS Homers for squab breeding; fine
large rirns, aiso youngsters; write for
catalogue. Mo. Squab Co., Saul Shaw Ave
Bt. Louis, Mo. . Q 633 ti
CHOICE currant plants for sale. B. C.
Smith, 1168 Corby St. 'phone Red-lfr24,
FURNITURE) and CARPETS; honest val
ues, reliable goods, 011 easy payments.
OMAHA FURNITURE AND CARPET CO.
12U9-1211-U13 Farnam St.
Q 791 22
TAW AND COLLECTIONS
J. M. MACFARLAND. ft N.
TeL Doug. (66.
Y. U BMg,
SALE OF FINE PIANOS
WITHIN 15 DAYS
We must have the room and space now occupied by 100 nice New Pianos.
Every instrument will be sold at a big discount, nothing reserved.
Piano buyers must see these goods and prices to appreciate such bar
gains. We have no Junk or stencil nianos to offer.
Our regular stock is to' be sacriflced; well known makes, such as
SMITH & NIXON, Established 1843.
HAINES BROS., Established 1851.
MARSHALL & WENDELL, Established 1853.
STORY & CLARK, Established 18Ct.
, EBERSOLE, Established' 1843.
ARMSTRONG, Established 1894.
CITY OFFICIAL NOTICES
vThls Is an opportunity that may never come your way again.
write at once. .
PERFIELD PIANO CO.
1611 FARNAM STREET.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
HORSES AND WAGONS,
We will loan money on the above se
curity at positively the lowest rate of inter
est to be obtained In the city.
Because we have unlimited capital and
would rather loan the money out than have
it lying iaie.
e make these loans In the strictest con
fidence, make no Inquiries of your neigh
bors and merely want to see your security.
If you owe several small bills which are
bothering you, come to us, state your cir
cumstances and we will loan yrru money
enough to pay them all off so that you will
have your indebtedness all In one place,
where one payment each month will take
care of It. And we will make the payment
small enough to suit you.
: we also loan responsible :
: saiaried people :
: on their plain note. with- ;
1 out endorsement or i
1 publicity. !
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.
Room 307-308 Paxton Blk.
X 763 23
IF YOU WANT
WHY MORTGAGE YOUR FURNI
TURE? WE ADVANCE MONEY
ON PLAIN NOTES. WITHOUT
SECURITY. CALL AND GET OUR
OMAHA TRUST CO.
Room 401 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Open Wednesday and Saturday
Evenings, 0 P. M.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Advancea private money on chattels or
salary. Easy to get no red tape. You
get money same day asked for at araad
cost. Open eveubigs until I. X Htal
DR. PRIBENOW'8 PRIVATE MONfiy
loaned on furniture, pianos, salary,
nurses, etc.. In any amount, at less thaa
half the rale; no red tape; perfect pri.
vacy; immediate attention; on any terms
wanted; payments auspendkd Is case of
sickness or out of employment. ftooia
114. Karbach blk.. 20 S. Isth St. 3f-;
When in need of
Call on ita
PHOENIX CREDIT CO.
632-3 Pastes, Blk.
electors end legsl voters of the City of
Omshn that a general election will be held
In said City on Tuesday, Msy 1. lin, for
the purpos ef electing a Mayor. City
C lerk. Comptroller, City Attorney. Building
Inspector and twelve Omtncllmen. In ac
cordance with an i.et ef the legislature of
the State of Nebraska lncor;xrstlng metro
politan cities, etc., approved April 3, 196,
and amendments thereto.
I do further give public notice and pro
claim that at sulci, election the following
question and proposition regarding the Is
sue of bonds of the City of Omaha will be
submitted to sold electors and legal voters,
QUESTION AND PROPOSITION OF 19
8UING INTERSECTION BONDS.
"Shall bonds of the City of Omsha In the
sum of lirty thousand dollars ttOO.ooo) be Is
sued, as msy be required during the vesr
li1. for the purpose of paying the post of
pavlnff. repaying or macudnmlxing and
curbing and guttering Die Intersections of
streets und spaces opposite nlleys In snld
rltv and In front of res.1 estate not sub
ject to assessment of special taxes for pav
ing purposes, ssid bonds to run twenty (20)
years from the date thereof and to bear
Interest, ppyable semi-annually, at a rate
not to exceed 4 per cent per annum, with
Interest coimons attnehed; said bonds to be
called "Intersection Bonds" and not to be
sold for less thsn pnr. the proceeds thereof
to b tired for no oter r'irnose thnn pity
ing Nie cost nf ptvln refitvlng or mctd.
mtf'--. ir.d of curbing and guttering the
interscH-- of streets nvl entc opposite
alleys and I1 front of resl estate not sub
ject to nf'-ent of special taxes for
pt'tn purposes "
The Bald question end proposition of Issu
ing "Intersection Bonds" shall he sub
mitted to snld electors in the form of of
ficial ballots prepared bv the City Clerk of
said city end nronerly distributed nmong
the several districts and at the several
polling nieces of said City Election. Under
tb gild ntitlon nnd proposition on snld
nesrlnl ballot shsll be printed the word
"Ten" and the word "No." All ballots of
snld electors- cast at stild election with
at "X" mirk follovlns; the word "Yes"
shall be counted and considered In favor of
Issuing the bonds mentioned In snld ques
tion srd preposition, nnd all bsllots of snld
lerM elector enst st snld election with an
"X" msrk- following tne word "No" shall
be counted and conhldred ngnlnst the Issu.
Inr of tbe bonds mentioned In the question
and proposition : provided, that If voting
mneb'nes be "sed "t snld election, pursuant
to t" dtv flertr shsll not print snv
ofnelnl bsllots. rut shall Prepare the state
ment of fbe question submitted to be In
serted on the pitlot label fe onewtto-" on
such vefrg mni-Hpe. with tbe words "Yes"
xn1 "V'n" for the voter to IndlcMe his af
firmative or nestlve vote on suh notation
h. onerntlne the proper device therefo.
The polls shall be onn on the dnv of
snld election et 8 o'clock 1" fe morPlPT
end shall poptlnite noen upt! 8 o'clock In
tbo event" of the earn d-v at fbe re
spective vot'p nlseg following, towlt:
CITY OF OMAHA.
First District 1119 S. 6th St.
Second District 801 pacific St.
Third Dlstrlct-17f3 S. 10th Pt.
Fourth District 919 Bancroft St
First Dlstrlct-2416 S. 23th St.
Second District "023 Vinton St.
Third District 1P01 Vinton St.
Fourth District-1710 Vinton St
Fifth Plstrlot??04 B. Ifith Bt
First District 1519 Webster St.
Second District 322 South Kith St.
Third Dlstrlct-302 N. 16th St.
Fourth District 421 S. 15th St
Fifth Dlstrlcl-617 8. ISth St.
First DlBtrlct 1610 Capitol Ave.
Second Dlstrlct-423 S. 18th St.
Third District 718 S. JPth St.
Fourth District 814 S. 20th St.
Fifth District 2.107 Davenport St
First District 4101 N. 24th St
Second District 2826 Sherman Ave.
Third District 2C01 Sherman Ave , (barn.)
Fourth District 1846 Sherman Ave.
Fifth District 116 Sherman Ave.
First District 2807 N. 24th St.
Second Dlstrlct-1710 N. 24th St.
Third Dlstrlct-2004 N. ISth St.
. Fourth District 2122 Military Ave.
First District 1113 B. !7th St.
Second District 1625 South 29th Bt
Third District 1.134 Park Ave.
Fourth District 2106 S. 83d St., (barn.)
First District 141? N. 34th St.
Second District 1721 Cuming St
Third District 608 N. 16th St.
Fourth District 2421 Cuming Bt
First District 2708 Cuming St
Second District 3028 Hamilton Bt.
Third Dlstrlct-8304 Davenport St
Fourth District 211 B. 36th St., (barn.)
Fifth District 2912 Farnam Bt.
First District 1018 8. loth fit
Second District 1523 Leavenworth Bt
Third District 021 Leavenworth St.
Fourth Dlstrict-1424 8. 16th St.
Fifth District 1S21 William St.
First District 40U8 Hamilton St.
Second District 3863 Leavenworth St
Third District 3424 Leavenworth Bt
Fourth District 706 S. 27th St
First District 4314 N. 34th St
Second District 8624 Ames Ave.
Third District 2918 N. 30th St., (barn.)
Fourth District 3014 N. 24th St.
In witness whereof, I have .hereunto set
my hand as Mayor of said City of Omaha
this 19th day of April, 116.
HARRY B. ZIMMAN,
W. H. ELBOURN,
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLiS
and others without security; easy pay.
menta. Citficea In principal cities, lul
un, too in 714, New York Life Bldg.
FURNITURE, Piano, Jewelry, Loana. 831
Neville Blk. THbi WEdTLRN LOAN CO.
Stock. Salary Laun.
Loan Co., Room I. Barker
CHATTEL, salary and jewelry loans. Foley
Loan Co.. 16u4 Farnam Bt X .'
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, aocomruodai
an business conaoentlal.
Our employes are well Informed and
courteous and we are always pleased te
explain our manner of loans. We tell you
to the cent wht the cost will be, and If
you conclude tLat it will not pay you ta
borrow there Is no harm done.
We loan on furniture, pianos, live stock
and other chattel, and to aalarled people
upon their own agreement to pay.
We offer you ratea as low as you will
find and our facilities for quick and eon.
fidentlal service are unsurpassed.
We are the oldest concern In our Una
In ths city and we always try to please
U ALALIA MORTGAGE LOAN
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR 8TATE
Bids will be received by the State Print
ing board at the office of the secretary of
stute at Lincoln, Nebraska, on or before 11
o'clock a. ni., Saturday, April 28. 19uC. for
printing and binding the following annual
reports: 1,000 copies each for auditor of
publlo accounts, secretary of state, state
treasurer, commissioner of public lands
and buildings, superintendent of public In
struction, Bosrd of Irrigation, bureau of
labor and food commission; 6o0 copies each
tor attorney general, adjutant general and
state librarian; 400 copies Bulldlna snd T-n,m
association; 1,400 Banking board; 6,000 copies
mu iur Aiucuiiuni hiiu norucui t urai so
cieties: 10,000 bulletins for bureau of la.
bor; 600 reprint copies each of Nebraska
supreme court reoorie. numDerea t, 7, 8 13
14, 20 and 27. Also on furnishing mlncel
laneous prlntsd supplies, stationery sup-
piles, Diana dooks, etc., for the several
state Institutions and departments for the
ensuing twelve months.
HDfciIlcatlons lor same ran bo fonnH ...
uie in me oineo oi me secretary or state.
Ail wiu. mum miwearupHnieo Dy a
bond equal In amount to the probable
cost Of tne work bid upon. The board
reserves the right to reject any and all
Lincoln, Nebraska. April IT, 1906.
STATB. PRINTING BOARD.
W. Frazler, Secretary to the
111 Board nf Trade Bldg.
'Phone Doug. 324
tut 8. 11 h St
MONEY loseed oa pianos, furniture. Jew.
elrg. horses rows, etc C. '. Used, lu)
8. mil. X-47I
A CONFIDENTIAL DEAL.
I will make you a small loan oa
furniture, pianos, ho r sea, wagons,
warehouse receipts, etc., al lower
rates than the ordinary money
lender will and strictly oa the Q. T. '
Drop a line and have me call. Post
office Box tiS, Omaha. X 771 23
UPYTTi-iV r.m rTKrn
Parties wishing to do sections of grading
usiiik omv ineir nwn rnrr on ih.
Topeka A Northwestern extension from
Onaga to Miirysvllle. Kin., will be fur
nished necessary Information and advts-id
mm ig euiliil UUI1S OI WOTK Oy IllSKing ap
W. D. RICHARDSON,
Assistant Engineer, Marysvllle, Kan.
CITY OFFICIAL NOTICES
ELECTION PROCLAMATION BY
Proclamation and Notice: To the electors
and legal voters of the City of Omiha
of a gei.eral city ele. uon of the City of
Omaha to be held Tuesday. May L
for the purpose of electing a Mayor, City
Clerk. Comptroller, City Attorney, Build
ing Inspector and twelve Councilmen, and
eubmilllng propositions to vote bonds.
To the Electors and Legal Voters of the
City of Omaha:
L Harry B. Zlmman. Mayor of the City
of Omaha, do issue thla. my proclamation,
and by the authonty vested in me as such
Mayor do hereby give publlo nolle to las
BOMB OOOD BARGAINS.
150 ACltSS W'lchiu Co., KB ; 100 sens eol-
tlT.c.d; no ImproTMsenU; tit per rrs.
1W ACRES Room Co.. Kit. : loo acres sui-
tlv.ua: rack building.; goea water; IJ.JWi.
zw ACRES w.tni.r Co., ho. : mil acres cui-
tlv.ud; good buildings; price 11. MO.
Ill ACRES Adair Co., Mo. IS sens tame grass;
well fenced: price 131 per sen.
IM ACHES Carrol Co., Ark.; 70 sens aururates;
I-room hou. ; orchud ; piioe 11.200.
40 ACKK& Cl.r Co.. Ark.; 10 sens eumrstea: I-
roora boms: good w.t.r: price ll,oo.
1(0 ACHES Noble Co., okl. ; to acres cultivated;
bouw, etc.; orchard; price !4.0i0.
1(0 ACRES coin.nc.he Co.. Okl.: te aores cul
tivated; 2-room houM; some fruit; 11.400.
I&o ACRES Tltue Co., Tex.: in acrea cultivated;
I -room houM, etc. ; til per am.
MO ACKfcli Larimer Co.. ceio. : uu sens culti
vated; good building.; price 116.000.
liu ACRES usoto uo., u. : lb acres cultivates;
bal.nce timber: bouse, ate. ; 12,100.
70 ACRES Whitfield Co.. tl. ; good building.!
young orchard; good water: price la per acn.
1C-ACRB KKCIT FARM Larimer (jo., Colo.; kll
kinda o( fruit: good buildings: price tO0.
IK ACRES warren Co., r..: 4a acrea cultivated:
good bulluinga; win fences; tt.000.
ltd At itfca Marion lb., r la. ; eu acre, culti
vated; good butlrtiiiee; near town; price 19tO.
1W acres Ulillaon Co. , or. all prairie: 10
acre, wheat; good bulldlnga; 111 per acn.
FIVE ijtb ktooaa. l. : nna location: sood
growing town; s bargain at 11,100.
2ii ac kcs Monroe Co., la. i u aens cultivated:
11-room houM; orchard; 110 per acn.
3(8 ACRKS cannon Co., Tenn. ; ba aena ealtl-
v.ted; good buildings; price 19. &0 an acn.
41 ACRES Sumner Co , Tenn ; 41 acne culti
vated; l-roora houve: erehsrd; 117.10 per sen.
la ACRES null. to Co., wia. : us acn. cultl-
V.ted: .11 new building.; price 13. SCO.
ULACKSMITH BnOr rott.w.tl.mte Co.. Kas. :
Bo othera In town; good machinery; price SOTS.
kulljlk mu.l urauge Co.. laa : aiM a.w mill.
1 acre, of groutid a.nd houM; a bargain; t.uOtl.
KUil H Mlllr M.dlaon Co.. Aia.: dealre to sell
two-third, .lock; s bargain at 1: 00 a eh.r..
120 ACRES Taylor t o., la. i 30 acne cultivated:
l-rnom houM, etc. ; te& per acn.
11(11 Bl. A LOT La Dctta Co.. Kan.; 1-atury I
roost bouto: bath ruota: aoma fruit; 11,100.
N. B. JOHN30N A CO..
Bank Commerce llidg , Kanaaa Cllr. Mo.
V Ml 2x
CITY OFFICIAL NOTICES
the amount of his bid, the check deposited
by him will be forfeited to the university
as liquidated damages, without further
't-oceedlngs or notice. The check of the
idder whose hid Is second b st. In the
Juilmnent c.f the Board of Regents or Its
building committee, will also he held pend
ing the negotiations for the closing of n
contract with the first best bidder or until
It Is determine,! whether the second best
bid will be tnken up or reblildirig cnlled
for. All bids must bear the residence or
business Nddrrss of the bidder, must be
signed, sealed up. addressed to the under-'
signed, and be plainly marked on the out
side with the bidder's nnme and the
words, "Woman's Building Hid." The bid-
will be opened nnd Inspected as soon nfter
the date above set for filing the same na
the Board of Regents or Its building com
mittee can he conveniently assembled.
The right Is reserved to reject any or all
bids. Address the undersigned at room
Ml. Central Building. Stnte University,
IJncoln. Nebraska, Stiitlm A.
A-15-18-22 J, 8. DALES. Secretary.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
t.UlO STATIO" TKNTH AK D M ARC Y,
Overland Limited a 8:40 am
The China and Japan
Fast Mull a 4:16 pm
Colo. & Calif. Ex a 4io pm
California & Ore. Eg. .a 4:26 pm
Ixjs Angeles Limited. .. .all :30 am
Fast Mail a 1 55 pm
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North Platte Local a 8:10 am
Beatrice Local b 3:16 pin
Chicago Great Western.
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Chicago Limited a 6 00 pm
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Chicago Hock Island A Pmclllo.
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Chicago Express a 7:00 am
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Chicago A Korttanestern.
St. Paul Daylight a 7:50 am
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Chicago Limited a b:, pin
Carroll Local a i.'ii pm
Bt. Paul Fast Mall t l:a pm
Sioux C. & St P. Local.. b 8 50 pm
Chicago Express a 6:60 pm
Norfolk dc Bonesteel....a 7:40 am
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WEBSTER DEPOT iBTH off WEBSTER
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
- Bids will be received until 4 o clock n.
m. on Wednesday, Ap.il 25, 'at the office of
the undersigned In Lincoln, Nebraska, room
101 of the Central building, State university
grounds, for the construction of a woman a
building for said university, upon its
grounds at the University farm, near I. In
coin, according to plans and specifications
on Ale in the ofllce of the superintendent
of construction, room 112, in said Central
building. Bidders must consult the auner
Intendent, befors preparing and filing bida.
upon all matters whicli may appear to them
uncertain in either plans or specifications,
and must also examine carefully this notice
and the forma of contract and bond on
file with the superintendent; they must
also personally Inspect tne University farm
camous snd tne building sue ttiereoti se
lected. Bids must conform strictly to the
nlans and specifications and to the re
quirements of this notice. Bidders must ho
piepared to furnish commercial ratingu or
satlKtaciory reieienoee upon ineir nominal
standing. If the same be lequlred by the
university authorities. Each bid must be
accompanied by a certified check on sone
Lincoln bank, payable to the University of
Nebraska, unconditionally, for the sum of
six hundred dollars. Ihe check of the sue
ceasfui bidder. In case of an awaid. wil'
be held as a guaranty for furnishing
tiie superintendent schedules of niMleiinls
with quaniitus and prices, sicn.ng thi
building contract In form as proposed and
furnishing security company bond In s.
sum equal to one-third of the contract
price of the building. Both the security
company offered and lha form of the bond
mum be satisfactory to ths Board of Re
sents or Its building committee. In case
the successful bidder (alls within two weeks
from ths date of the award to file said
achedules. falls to furnish and file bonds
as xonAUsd or to guter Into contract at
a 8:40 am
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Twin City Passenger..
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Pnnl, Minneapolis A
Nebraska Local, via
weeping water ....
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Dallv. b Dolly except Sunday, d Dally
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FINNS TREAT JEWS BADLY
Conditions In Darby Is Worse Than
that of Siberian Con
LONDON, April 21. (Special Cablegram
to The Bee.) The role by which the per
secuted turns persecutor is Illustrated In
remarkable fashion by Finland. The
manner In which the clvillged world gave
unstinted -sympathy to the Finns In their
struggle with overflowing forces of Rus
sian despotism might have led one to be
lieve that this Interesting lit tie people
would show a certain fairness to the Jews
There are about 1,000 Jews all told in
Finland, and it Is enough to say that their
position Is legally worse than in Russia
Itself. Although there was alwayg a large
measure of self-government In Finland,
there haa never been any protest against
the barbarous treatment to which the Jews
are subjected there. They are at best al
lowed to live In the towns of Helslngfors,
Abo and Vlborg; newcomers can only set
tle by permission of the governor general,
which has to be renewed every six months.
Any Jew caught without such permission
is transported back to Russia In chains,
and anyone slaying three kilometres out
of the area is expelled from the country.
They are restricted for a livelihood to sell
ing old clothes, watches, cigarettes, eto.
Jews who marry have to leave the coun
try, and those who go out of it may not
return. Howonder, a deputy, once de
clared that a Jew in Finland la worse than
a criminal In Siberia."
HUNTING FOR YOUNG BARD
Violinist Who Disappeared from
Brussels Una Not Been Found
BRUSSELS. April 21. (Special Cable
gram to The Bee.) Another attempt is to
be made to solve the mystery of the dis
appearance some months ago of a young
American violinist from San Francisco
named Mr. A. Bard. Mr. Bard disappeared
while staying In a boarding house here
and the United States government has tele
graphed orders to renew the search, which
had been practically abandoned. The case
has been complicated by a remarkable coin
cidence. Another American also named
Bard, whose Initial Is "C," left Brussels
at the same time as the missing man. A
remarkable resemblance rxlbts between
the two men and the clue to Mr. A. Bard
was lost In following up Mr. C. Pard un
til the latter ws traced to America and
there found with his own family. The
vlolinlrt was about to leave his boarding
house for a Journey, nrrylng with him a
considerable sum of money. It is a curious
fact that the owner of the boarding house
begged him to postpone the voyage for
The lost man Is the son of wealthy Amer
icans, but was thrifty and lived In the
most retired fashion. It Is believed that h
Ihas been murdered or is beliuj kept A
prisouer for ransom.
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