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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, JULY 3. 190G.
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will be delivered oa presentation of
Evry day la enroilmont day. Business.
Shorthand. Typewriting. Telegraphy and
English. Catalogue free. Address H. H.
Boyles, Pres., Boyles Bldg., Oiiwtha. Neb.
OMAHA Baf and Iron Works maka a pe
olaJty of flr aaoapea, shutters, doors and
afaa. O. Andreen. Prop, 101 8. 101 h ,St
, . Iv 1
BION PAINT-NO. S. H. Cola. 1
TRT Kally'B Towal Supply. Vat D00
Iowa Sanitary Cleaning Co.. 1814
WHERE TRUNKS ARB MADE.
Trunks. ult oaana and shopping bags.
Old trunks taken In exchange; repairing.
i. n. wh 8c '"g&Jllif; T
NTI--ONOPOLT OarO-jr Co., 21 N. lath.
Tel. Hon. 177. Res. 'Dhona. Doug. TO).
Machinists, 417 Boutto 11th Bt TelM-T7.
YALE KEYS Arli
laa 2974. R M467 Julyl5
TYPEWRITERS rented, all makes, $2.60.
Fox Typewrite, Co.. Farn.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
SODA FOUNTAIN, any stse. 1JTJ FtrMra,
VI 1 J
SHERWIN-WILL-AMB CO.. beat mlx4
calnt otienneu at ucuiumu Krm
HALL'S safes, new, M-band. 1U Farnam.
FOR SALE-Emptr ink barrel. Inquiry . ot
J. R. CampbaU, Bao mail room. QM
FOR BALEJ New and aeconJ-hand billiard
and pool tablea; wa load the world In
cheap bar fixture; aaay parmenta. Bruna.
wick-Balka-CoUandar. 4M 6. lota St.
WE buy everything In the furniture Una,
Chicago Furniture Co, Ml Dodga.
CHEAP chicken fenoa, long fir Umbtri,
whit baa wood for bum work. 821 N.
Uth. Q 4M
MILCH 'COWS, on eaay urtnaT
BEND )S your mall orders for drug;
freight paid on i0 lota. Uyara-Dlllpn
Drug Coy. Omaha, Q 44
ONE oond-kand Worthington ateam
pump,"ale 14JVixU. capacity 600 gallon
per talnuuj 1 40-li. P. boiler: t-4 crook
polnu; all tw In good' condition. Ad
Ure .elty dark. Fuiiorton, Neb.
- Q M721 Julyl
FOR 8AX.B Houee boat, furniture, tender
and sail boat; inquire at oui ciud,
Manawa. . ' July
EXTRA fine red cooker pupplea. Room
1, Barker Blk. Q-UC24 Sx
REACHES 10,000 farmere; on 100 R. V.
routea for al. Rural Directory Co.,
Portland. Ore. C-56a Jyl4K
WANTED To U or rent, hair dressing
Darlnra. newly furnished, on eaay terms.
to reponioi irij. v .i.
vlll Blk, Omaha Neb. Y aim
10-ROOM rooming house, full of roomers;
auod location. Address car ot Boo.
PRIVATE sale of up-to-date drug stook.
Nemaha Co. (southeast Nebraska); well
established ; sales from S50 to 7b per day;
advise with owner; no trading stock; will
require about I6.0C0 cash. Address H t.
Bee. V sol JyJl
OOOD, clean stock of general merchandise.
Invoice about V,000, in a good live town
In central Nebraska, doing a good busi
ness; no trade considered. Ill health
reason for selling. Address H 33, Bee.
TOR SALE OR TRADE Bakery doing good
business, at a bargain, trade guaranteed,
small capital needed, low rent, am selling
because must depend entirely on hired
, help. Address Box 000. Grand lslandNeb.
- Do You Wish to Make a Change
. If you have a farm, home, business or
, property that you want to sell or ex
chnngs, write us.
GLOBa LAND AND INVESTMENT CO,
, Omaha. Nb, or Bioux City, la.
! T M412 Jy-31
HOTEL FOR SALE The leading and only
first das hotel In Boone, la.; county seat
' of 10,ou0; three railroads; clearing good
money. PoatofTtc Box 649, Boone, la,
-., Y-613 7
WANTED An experienced brlckmaker to
take charge of large and only plant In
. new town of 6.000, with future population
of ' 20,000; applicant' must have aom
money and furnish good reference. Ad-
, drM J a. Be. Y-686 3
FOR SALE Part Interest In publishing
business, with or without position in
Omaha; only responsible and reliable par
ties desired. Address li U, cars Bos.
INVESTMENT W have good Investment
; for unall or large amount; good proposl
. tlon for man who can devote part of hla
time to Omaha oflloe. N. P. Dodge A
Co, 1714 Farnam Bt. Y 63 I
One 14 horsepower, air-cooled Knox Tour
in Car. In fine condition, 370U.
On 1 h. p. side entrance Cauliao Touring
Car, tine oonamon, ioib.
One Model K Humbler. 3-cy Under, 18 h. p.,
canopy top, side curtains, glass storm
front and side touring baskets, 1750.
One single-cylinder, le h. p. Rambler Run-
boul, recently overhauled, tiU.
Cium brand new Cadilao Touring Car. S&0.
u 14 h. p, doable-cylinder. 4-passengr
On side entrance, IS h. p. Surrey, type 1
Rambler, in a-i conumon, svuu.
One 1U6 Orient Buckboanl, good snaps. CU6.
. Oh 16 b. p. ttoyal Tourist, une shape, with
.uit nM. I3KU- una. II KH
Cn itutf Olds Runabout, new Urea, 22S0.
On,. 1j6 Bievens-Duryea. 4-paaavnger. with
.. tin: good snap; list ii.juu; now im.
Cue 1H04 3-cyUnder Wlnton, excellent Con
di Hon. ll.OoO.
On Uo6 Whit Steamer, with top, almost
11. S. FREDRICK BON.
' Utb and Capitol Ave. M3t?
; AUTOMOBILES for rent Tel. Red itA.
. ' a ti ni iai i. - r . m
Dlttlll MVlar'tVlUVUt 4lll UU V V1 USMU.
.BUT plumbing supplies direct. Wholesale
prices. Bave on every amci. unir
' f r.t-Aj.u anode handled. Prompt attsn-
. tlon to vry order. Band for catalogue,
B. F. ttaroL 23i Uarrtaon tM.. Cblrago.
11L . r2
4OOIUIU4QW pui M Ad la CM 7041 WtU Ooft
. a 1. 'I. SffCl
SIDEWALKS All kinds licensed. A. S
' saeet, M WeiaUr. Tsl. lxiug. 404.
31 J uly IS
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED Cigar-makers; I roller and I
Mmrh breakers; will py tne Dst fit
prices to go out of town; will senrt.t-cket.
Address li I, car or nee.
CIIETtRT PICKERS Apply at orchard of
1. Jaynes any day except Sunday. Oren- :
villa Una. B-9 !Sx I
UFN unit bora wanted to learn clumMnf. '
hrlrklayliia, plastering trades; pay I" i
nay yne nros. to., ntw ior, ini'
rgo. Cincinnati, St. Louts. Free earn
logua. B 433
, . , .
WANTED Three men of food personal
spp-arance; outside position; ssudy am-
tloyment. C. F. A Jama Co., 1619 Hownrd
DRIJO stores bought and solr; drug clerks
wanted. F. V. Knlest. 624 N. Y. L.
YOl'NO Men for locomotive Firing.
Freight and Passenger Train Broking.
Address Ry. Dept.. 8. lfth St.. Omaha,
B 234 July Id
MAN with family, steady place on farm;
house to self; free ticket. Sweney's
Empt. Co., a So. 12th Bt. B M1U
TEN good, steady men. 43 Po. 1Mb St.
WANTEI Young man who has had ex
perience In insurance office to take
charge of Insurance department In real
estate office; must be a hustler and Al
solicitor. Address 11 40, Bee.
n 348 Jy 1
WANTED Men to learn barber trade: 10
positions for every graduate.. Top wages
paid. Few weeks completes. Course In
cludes tools and positions. Can nearly
earn expenses before completing. Call or
write Moler Barber Collcg". II 1 Karnam
St. B MJ&6 Julox
6u0 YOL'NQ MEN for firemen and brake-
mpn; experience unnecessary; firemen lluo,
brakemen $ao per month, with rapid pro
motion to engineer or conductor. Hun
dreds of positions open. Call or write lor
particulars at once. National Railway
Training Aas'n., 640 Paxton Blk., Omaha,
Neb. , B Maul Aug 1
WANTED A man to do chores 511 N. Uth.
WANTED, EXPERIENCED BROOM
MAKERS; STEADY WPRK. GOOD
WAGES. HEBRON BROOM MAN
UFACTORY. HEBRON. NEB.
WANTED First class railroad machin
ists at once. Address J-3, Hce.
B 677 4x
600 YOUNO MEN for firemen and br-V-men;
experience unnecessary; firemen
1100, brakemen ISO per month, with
rapid promotion to engineer, or con
ductor , positions now open. Call
write for particulars at once. National
Railway Training Ass'n., 640 laxiun
Blk., Omaha Neb. B M501 Aug 1
WANTED A good, all-round tinner and
furnace man In a hardware store; perma
nent position to capable, sober man.
Joyce & Bhrader, Syracuse, Neb.
B M587 8
WANTED Cigar makers. M. Anson, Cas
n per, Wyo. ?rLuLx
WANTED FEMALE HELP
OIRL wanted for 'general housework. 3611
Farnam Bt. C-2
MIDDLE aged woman for general nous
work; good home and good wages; na
tionality not considered; (23 4th St., Coun
cil Bluffy C-Jd4
WANTED Experienced shirt makers, on
Sewer machines. Howell. Allen Kaull,
lenver, Colo. C-M73 Jyl
WANTED First girl, who is ay good cook:
small family; large salary. Apply 1617
Farnam Bt. t: M974
UNIGRAPH shorthand, 1824 Farnam St,
Omaha. C M29 Jul27
WANTED An experienced nurse to take
care ot twins, must have references; bent
wages, Mrs. B. W. Cotton, 432 S. S8th Ave.
C 348 Jy 2
FIFTY strong girls for turning bags; good
pay; steady work. Apply at once, office
Lemis Bag Co, 11th St. viaduct.
A OOOD oook and laundress, 421 N. 40th;
K per week; must be good. Mrs. Frank
WANTED Middle-aged woman or lady for
genoral housework; small family. Geo.
Helnen, Gretna, Neb. C 682 Sx
V' ' c-. "8 a-lrls for machine
operators at overall and shirt factory.
II. K. Smith & Co.. 11th and DoukIus.
C 6U7 10
WANTED Otrl for housework; goo4
Wkges. 1329 B. 31st Bt. O 7 4X
AGENTS wanted to sell our popular poli
cies, covering ail accidents, uisease ana
occupations; something entirely new, and
issued by this society only; easily under
stood and easily sold; coat but 46 per
annum each; large commissions paid im
mediately and exclusive territory al
lowed. Address National Accident So
ciety, 320 Broadway, New York. Estab
lished twenty yeara. J
LADDC8 wanted to canvass for th Ed
wards skirt supporior; on supporter ras
tsns every shirt waist to skirt for seven
lnot.es across back without pltfia, points
or teeth to tear garmenta? free terms.
Edwards Skirt Supporter Co, 817 Main
Bt, Buffalo. N. Y. J-M)M9 Julylx
AGENTS In every community to sell Top-
shins rousnes. lopanin mi. o, 4-u.
Ohio St, Omaha. J M927 JuUx
WANTED-Hustlers for Nebraska Cor
poration to visit business men, road
work, position permanent, bond and re
ferences, self sddressed stamped enveK-p
tor reply, good pay, address 11 36 Bee.
J 194 July ii
FIFTY dollars a month and extras; I will
give for a man or gooa cn&racier as my
agent. Either salesman, farmer, mer
chant or banker may apply. Write lock
box 1S-S. Lincoln. Nebj J M3M Jul
WANTED Man call on physicians and
druggists, Omaha and vicinity; good prop
osition. Address H. C, Emge, Paxton
hotel. s L 6 3x
ATTENTION. THRESH ERMEN! En
gineer wants job with good outilt; about
four years' experience. Add res George
Eva ns, Afton. la- MM I July3x
U. A. BTURGE8, registered attorney; pat-
nts, trad marks, copyrights; no is un
lit jm. x. i-is, umana.
F. J. LARSON CO, patent lawyer;
patent book free. Bee Blrg, Omaba. Neb.
BHARPE MACHINE WORKS Patents
procured. Invention developed, drawing,
patterns, castings, machine work. 04-61J
. B. Wlh St. 476
PATENTS procured. bcui:bt and sold. Na
tional Investment Co, u3 Douglas Blk
U H. OARDNER. 611 First Nat. Bank
Power plant, manufacturing prooea,
ice plants, teats. Inspection, reports.
Mill July II
LYNQSTAD High Qrsds 1907 Calendaia
. ,nrtv1r 8. E. corner lth be and
JORVE. Capitol Ave. -603
ENQRAVINQ and printing. Kotera 4
Co, 16U Howard. Tel. Douglas M.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy, seoond-hand furniture.
, stoves, oarpeta, clothing and shoes. Pay
ths beat price. Telephone Douslas 3b71.
K Na Juo :
HORSES & WAGONS FOR SALE
FOR BALE 3 pairs carriage horses; $ single
drivers; 1 surrey horse; 1 light driver.
Dr. Hamilton, corner Main and Broadway,
Council Bluffs, la. P iur?
It Always Pays You to Read
BEE WANT ADS. '
Hi mi hi ii urn ii ii in
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European hotel. Uth and Fsmam.
Doug. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunks
Thurston hotel; rooms 1LM up per week.
TWO nicely furnished south front rooms.
264 HarnaY. E M49SI
DESIRABLE suite of rooms; also singlet
strictly modern, gentlemen preferred; 10?
North Twentieth. E-M0 July 7.
FURNISHED room In new house; all mod
ern convenieticea. 2306 Douglas Bt.
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT Nicely fur
nished, modern room. 131 N. 31st Ave.
FOR RENT! or 3 besutlful rooms, fur
nished or unfurnished, very central.
Woodjard Art Co., 61S BroaJway. Co.
Bluffs. 1 M1J5
1701 DAVENPORT, modern, one or two con
necting riiomt E M300 JuUx
FIRST CLASS furnished rooms; single
and en suite; references required. 2410
Karnam St. E Al:ill
ONE large front room, nicely furnished
for liKht housekeeping; 310 month. i'H8
Davenport. K iDG 6
THREE ground floor rooms furnished for
housekeeping. 13 So. 25th St.
E M538 6x
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, nil
modern. Flat 5, Davldge Blk.. 18th and
Farnam. 'Phone Doug. 62S3. E M516 3
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
LARGE front room, suitable for two gen
tlemen; good board; reasonable rates.
The Rose, 2U30 Harney St.
F 757 July6x
Doug. 611 O. M. E. Ilaul Trunks
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms, cafe,
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
THREE rooms with alcove and 4 closets,
all modern, t'M; t ground floor rooms
v with range. 122 So. 25th St.
O M599 4x
CENTRAL; I rooms; bath. Tls-rd. 220 N.
CENTRAL, I rooms, bath. TUard. 220 N.
BRIGHT UNFURNISHED ROOMS
New residence, 2513 North 2Mb Ave. Tele
phone Douglas 6148. G M306 Jul3x
FOR RENT HOUSES
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
Srices. Tel, Douglas 16-S. Hehmoller
lueller Piano Co, 13-1-1313 Farnam.
HflTTSES Ud-rts of th city. Th
aUUO-J o. F. CavU Co, 6wi Bee Biu
HfiTTRT3 In ll parts of th city. R
1UU3X0 & ntt Co, Be Wd
HOUSES, Insurant. Rlngwalt. Barker Bk.
THE Omaha Van 1 Storage Co., pack,
move and store H. H. goods; storehouse,
1120-24 N. Uth. Office, UUtt Farnam.
Tel, Doug. IUA. D 44
WE MOVB pianos. Usggard Van Stor
age Co, Tel. Doug. 14M. OlUco. 1713 Web
ster St, ' D-M
BED us when shlprinr household goods to
large cities vrat. Wa can Aave you
money. EXPRESSMEN'S DEL1VB-R.
CO, 314 N. SlxteanUi Bt. TeL. Doug. 1196.
CENTRAL. or 6-room flats. Tlsard, 121
N. td. I M6U
FOR RENT Hotel Under, Washington
lake; by the week or month, or season;
will accommodate twenty people; suitable
for house parties. Inquire of T. J. Gard
ner, Mankalo. Minn. D MS12 July
FOR RENT S-rooms, city water. 1826 N.
17th St. C. M. Bachmann, 436 Paxton Blk.
NEW, modern, 9-room house. West Farnam
dlBtrlct. Tel. Harney 927. D M3U4
AMERICAN TRANSFER CO, household
goods stored; dry rooms, low prices.
'Phon lu&i. 1106 Farnam.
A. H. Hennings. Harry G. Counsman.
H -INNINGS & COUNSMAN.
Best Storage House In the City.
1.29-31-33 North 10th St.
Tel. Douglas 4613.
D M389 J uly 31
piif.AtlTIirTTi, new five-room arjartment.
steam heat, $40 per month. 'Phone Doug
las 4328. ' D-3K. -x
ENTIRELY NEW; modern except furnace;
for small family only. 977 N. 27th Ave.
strictly up to date, new, th and Cali
O. C. OLSEN.
1704 Farnam St.
BEYERAL at $11 to $26. Chris Boyer,
t "fid and Cuming St.; 'phone Doug. 2i4'.
LOWER floors, four rooms with bath, $14
per month. 3014 w. zm m.
D 576 4x
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Peak room In Be office, city
hall building, 417 N. 26th Bt, South Omaha.
Apply to numager. 1lM
NO EoUAL. laundry, drug stors. Tlsard.
220 N. 23d. I-M6U9
6TORE ROOM for rent. 40 S. 16th, Or
pheura Theater Bldg. Dyball. 1616 Doug-
lag. 1 mw
I'lT.RI.B for retail, wholesal or manu
focturlng; 22x100; 3 floors and basement;
luuo Faruam. Inquire 314 First Nat. Bank
HALF of nlc offlc for rent to responsible
party; large, cool and well located; glv
business and city reference. Address H
32x100, Wl5 karney Bt. S. 8. Curtis. 8kS
WANTED TO RENT
rnTTPi.K want board and rooms r strictly
private family; boarding houses need not
answer. Auurt.i -, --
K 680 Sx
LOST Gold brooch. In shape of a knot.
Reward on return to Bee office.
I jKT-RfIM rnM watch, shell shape. Ini
tials M. A. E. 8, contains pictures of two
children; reward. Keiurn to airs, nuoen.
Boston stor. s w
$M REWARD for th return of all the
silverware, etc.. stolen frorr my residence,
304 So. S8th Bt.. June 22; no questions
asked. P. B. Myers. uosi oao i
LOST Fraternity stick pin, Saturday. Re
turn to ZM Howard Bt. Reward.
Lot M596 Sx
ri'T.IUTK railway tickets everywhere
P. H. Philbin. Uu6 Faxnaui. 'Pbon Doug.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
Fourth of July Bargains.
While enjoying your holiday
look at these:
, $360 Nice lot, next west of
No. 2907 Lake.
$400 Ohio hear 17th; or
east front N. 27th ave. next
$450 N. front Spalding, W.
$500 36th ave. and Chicago.
3600 First lot east No. -SSI
$800 Good west front, Slst
$1,260 That fine lot west of
No. 2801 California,
$1,100 4207Corby, 6-room
brick veneered; well, cistern,
furnace and fruit.
$1,2002116 Military ave,
or 3313 Parker ave.
$1,250 716 S. 40th; a bar
gain. -41,800 3310 Spalding; 7
rooms; bath, closet; nice little
WALLACE, Brown Blk,
'Phone Doug, 195.
R E 681 4
East front, on Lowe Ave.; 60
feet frontage. A great bar
gain. Payne Investment Co.
First Floor' N. Y. Life Bldg.
RE 403 3
Northeast corner 41st and
Lafayette Ave, 60-150, paved - ,
street, nice trees. One block
to Walnut Hill car line.
Payne Investment Co.
First Floor N. Y. Lite Bid.
Tel. Doug. 1781.
RE M406 3
SIX good modern houses, 6 rooms each,
nice corner, S. -E. part of town. Rental
over $1,40D per year. Price $10,000.
Four good cottages, modern, 22d and
Grace Bts. Rent for $800 per year. Price
New brick buildings, three houses, every
thing first-class, near 16th and Burt Bts.
Rental $1,440 per year, price $12,600.
Two houses on eorner, near S9th nnd
Charles Bts. Rent for $24 per month. Price
this week 31.850 for both.
W, T. UKAtiAM, 604 Bee Bldg.
. . . RE-387 I
cAs. Williamson Co.,
Farnam,East of 24th
HAKRISON & MORTON,
912-913 N. Y. LIFEl, TEL.
RE 386 I
BARGAINS IN LOTS AND HOUSES.
60 feet on 2uth St, near Charles Bt, $1,375.
3 good lots on 26th Ave. and Bprague,
both -or $7u0. .
Some good lots' near end or Ames Ave.
car line, $200.
On Blondo St.. one-half block west of
Wth St, lots at $7W each. '
Fine lot on Maoon Bt, near xia ot-. w,.
On 24th St, near Vinton Bt, good lot.
2623 Caldwell Bt, modern cottage, six
rooms, $1,760. . '
201 Wool worth Ave, S rooms, modern,
3tU Howard Bt, moaern cm i.no, k,iw.
Two good cottages corner 29th and Charles
Bts, renting for $J0t per year; price for
W . 1. .KAllAU, BUI ow riog.
RE 386 1
TWO choice half-sections two miles north
of Akron. Colo., wasningion county. Do
ing the west half of section 21 and ths j
no"" ."""L "i ,iV.,,u" ".r'.ur. . ." ":
range Bt woai. .ou i-iiu w.
quick sale at $6 per acre. Address W,
E. Benson, Craig, Mo. RE M37I 3x
LIST your properties with Boy sr. 23d and
A fine piece of trackage property. 147x28 V
on U. P. track, at 6th and Jonas S(s,
113,000 will take It for immediate sal
Room 1, New York Ufa Bldg.
$2,260-For 6-room, ENTIRE
LY NEW bouses; modern ex
cept furnace, cemented cellar
. under entire house. No. 945
or 947 K. 27th Avs.
$3,000 For 7-room modern,
hot water tyeat, first-class con- ,
Ultlon. No. 1743 Parker Ave.
$700 4-roora cottage, rents $9.
No. 2616 Bees St.
$850 4-room bouse, large lot
No. 3307 Sahler 8t.-$S50. easy
0. C QLSEN
1704 Farnam Bt
RE M3 $
THE 3. FRED KERR COMPANY'S AB.
BTRACT'S OF TITLE are th safest. You
are protected by a $10,000 bond against
loss by error, you don't buy a law suit
when you buy a "Kerr" abstract. 1003 N.
Y. Llf Bldg. f bon. Dou. 2144. Rfi
ON ACCOUNT OF REMOVAL
I will sell my property, consisting of one
7-room, modern residence and one 10
room, both practically new and in A-l
shape, on paved street, near best car Una,
about l'i mile northwest of postofflcs.
Price. $6.-00; cash or terms. Will rent for
$70 per month. Improvements worth
more than price asked. Address H 88,
care Be. H! 6U $x
For a new abstract company to make your
title from th beginning. We have your
title already on our books snd can make
an abstract on abort notice at low frlce.
MIDLAND GUARANTEE AND TRUST
1714 Farnam Street.
RE 591 3
ANCHOR and Iron ncmg: Wlr Fncins
6o per foot 3u6 N. 17th St. Tel. Red-Ui
WIRE and Iron Fencing. Hitching Post
Wlr Trelita. Omaha Wire aud Iron
Works. 2127 Farnam St Tsl. Red 49u3
WITHOUT AN OPERATION-ALL kinds
of piles cured Internal, external, blind,
bleeding or itching piles. A Bunrantee
given In every ca.-e treated by Dr. Max
well, who has had twmty-flve years' ex
perience In treating piles. Hundreds of
t' stlnionlals given on application. 6.4 Bee
Bldg, Omaha, Neb. 'Phone DoiiRlus 1424.
U M4-J0 J31
ADHESIVE. Invisible, harmless. Satin skin
powder is made In four alluring tints.23c.
A Dollar for You
Any time before July 4th. 1905, this slip
will be accepted at $1.00 down, payment
en a $10 purchase of shoes, hats or cloth
Inp, the balance to be raid as you earn it
Ilome Credit Clothing Co.,
1520 Dodge St., Omaha.
O. A. LaKHU.N. Mgr.
M A fJMFTTP treatment baths. MM
ANY POOR GIRL In need of a friend call
or write to the matron of the Salv"11,0"
Army home for women at 3824 N. 2 UI
St. Omaha, Neb. U M193
TR KELLY'S Laundry.
DR. ROY. Chiropody, R. 3 3. 1505 Far
YOU CAN RENT
Ar. OLIVER TYPEWRITER with os
table for $3 On monthly.
CONVENIENT AT HOME
THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO.,
114 8. 15th St. Tel. Dous. 2919.
D M343 July 13
YOUR saving 40 per cent. Investigate.
Pcnnell Millinery Co.. Ill South 16th St
PRIVATE confinement home; Mrs. Dr.
King. 2018 N. 21st Bt. Tel. Doug ,3oo9.
P L E A T I N Cl BubsRu-W'ng.
-Lin 1 1M VJ Kmbrolderlng,
Dyeing and Cleaning, Bponglug and shrink
4ng, only 6o per yard, bend lor price list
GOLDMAN PI-EATINO CO,
309 Douglas Block. TeL Douglas 1914.
PRIVATE horn during confinement. Mr
Garden. 2216 Charles. TeL Doug. 631L
THE. Salvation Army solicits cast-off
doming; In fict, anything you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell, at 114
N. 11th St, for cost of collecting to the
worthy poor. Call 'Pbon Doug. 4136 and
wagon will call. U-6U
FREE medical and surgical treatment at
Crelghton Medical t College, 14th and
Davenport Bts. Special attention paid
to confinement cases. All treatment
supervised by college professors. 'Phone
Doug. 1167. Calls answered day or night.
THE City Garbage oo.Offlce. 4th and
Leavenworth Bts. Tel. Douglas ml
PRIVATE homo during confinement; ba
bies adopted. Th Uood Samaritan Sail
Itarl'im, 7-8 First Ave, Council Blurts,
la. Tel. 774. U -3
SURVEYING Bllckensderfer. SuliieeBldg!
OMAHA Stammerer Instltuts. Ramg Blk.
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall: cut
rices. Bend for free catalogue. Myers
Ullon Drug Co, Oniaha. U 4t
fAONETTC! Osteology, female weak
fmUiXjlV; neM treated. Mrs. Kit
tenhouss, 410 N. 16th t, room 2, znd floor.
U M-oS3-J uly-16
WE RENT sewing machines at $1 per
week; we sell second band machin-s
$5 up. Nebraska Cycle Co, corner 16ib
sod Harney. TeL Douglas 1663.
, U -X354
DRS. VOGEL private hospital for women
and for ladle before and during confine
ment 2319 8. 13lb St, Omaha, Neb.
U M466 J uly 15
ClrciTr TTnir restored to Its youthful color
VJrt U- an,i gioas. W use no dye
or lotions. 216 N. Und. Tel. Red 6009.
U M -686- J uly-16
LEARN DRE8SMAKING By the Mc
Dowell system you are taught the only
system of cutting with a world-wide repu.
tatlon; eaay payments; positions free,
send for circular. McDowell School of
Dressmaking, Mrs. Connolly manager, 1623
Farnam, Omaba. U M8 JyS
1 MHOWPTTf! Massage. 412 N. 16th St,
i - . .w uf.nA rtnnr roim 5
second floor, room 2.
U M149 July2S
MARCEL WAVE, manicuring, facial mas
sage. Lutie Bryant, 516 Bee Bldg.
U M148 July25
Dr. Dunbar, 206
Halrdressing. manicuring, maasaglng. W
use exclusively latest appliance.
OMAHA Steam Paste Co. manufactures
pure flour paste. 2210 Cuming. ToL
Doug. 4521. U
Th Omaha Rug Co. desires to notify their
patrons their number is Douglas t66.
U M594 4
BEST nerve bracer or meu. "Gray's Nerv
f ood Pills II box, postpaid. Sherman
McConnell Drue ""o,. Omaha. 491
FOR SALE FARMS
FINE FARMS AND RANCH
LANDS. UNION PA
CIFIC RAILROAD CO.
Is closing out Its lands in western Ne
braska, Colorauo and Wyoming.
From $3.00 to 36.00 per acre.
Tak advantage of the low ' prices and
saay terms offered, the opportunity will
soon be gon.
Special excursion rata to th lands.
For further Information apply to
UNION PACIFIC LAND AGENCY.
$18 South Uth Bt, Omaha, Neb.
Farm and Ranch Lands
Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, and Wyoming;
low prices: ten years' time Land Dept.
U. P. R. R. Omaba. Neb, Dept. ' A.'
We have a fine farm six miles s f
Council Bluffs which w offer for a snort
time at 356 per acre. Farm ron't-"
of 200 acres and all necessary building,
wells, windmills and tanks; about
acres In corn, 26 acres In nlfalfa 10
acres orchard, 10 acres timber; balance
In small grain and posture. Crop goa
with farm If sold soon.
Wright & Lasbury,
604 So. 16th St
H 678 4
If MB. BUDDHA. LEADING PALMIST.
Call at No. 113 South 16th Bt, upstairs
Resullful prediction absolutely given.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
Our employes ate well Informed and
courteous ai:d we sre aiwsys pleased to
explain our manner of loans. We tell you
to the cent what ths e st will be, end If
lou conclude that It will not pay you ts
borrow, there Is no harm done
We loan on furniture, pianos, live stock
nd other chattels snd to salaried peopl
Upon their own agreement to par.
S offer you rates as low as you will
find and our incli:tles for quick and con
fidential sei vices are unsurpassed.
We are the oldest concern in our line In
Hie rlty, and we always try to please our
119 Board of Trade BlUg. 1'ho.i Doug. 231.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew-
elry, horses, cows, etc. C.
need, am a.
Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life Bid?.,
Advances private money on chattels or
salary. Easy to get no red tape. Toa
get money sar.io day asked for at small
cost. Open evening till 7. X 41
DR. TRIBENOWS PRIVATE MONEY
loaned on furniture. pianos, salary,
horses, etc. In any amount, at less than
half the rale; no red tape; perfect prl.
vacy; Immediate attention; on any terms
wanted; iwyments suspended in ca.e of
sickness or out cf employment. Room
214 Karbach Blk, 209 S. lith 6t X-496
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLB
and others wUhoiit security; easy pay
merits. CfTiees In 63 principal cities. I'ol.
man. room 714 New York Life Bldg.
CHATTELS, salary r.nd Jewelry loana
Foley, Loan Co.. 1604 Farnan: Bt X 50v
CHATTEL and salary lonns. Phoenix
Credit Co, 63 Paxton Block X-M4tl3
EVERYBODY NEEDS IT.
And this is the place to come 2nd get It.
Don't let money stnnd In the way of en
Joying yourself when It can bo so easily
obtained at this otlloe on HOUSEHOLD
GOODS, PIANOS, HORSES, WAGONS, etc.
SPECIAL RATES ON SALARY LOANS!
We have a good proposition to offer those
who wish money to tide them over vacation
period Call and be convinced.
RELLVBLE CREDIT CO.,
307-308 Paxton Block.
X-M 570 7
FURNITURE, Piano. Jewelry Loans. 331
Neville Blk. THE WESTERN LOAN CO.
FURNITURE. Live Stock. Salary Loana
Duff Green Loan Co, room 6, Barker
Blk. X 409
EAGLE Loan Office, reliable, accommodat
ing; an Dustness confidential. 1301 Doug.
MONEY TO LOAN KtAL ES I ATE
GARVIN BROS, l(t Farnam.. 4 and H
per cem loans on real estate; no aeiay.
MONEY TO LOAN Payns Investment Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith Co, 1K0 Farnam St
$1 HATS, new shapes. 808 N. 16th St
BUILDING loans on residence property; 3
per cent. rv. o. a-maie, iumiicb oiocs.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton block.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Weed, 164) Doug.
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and rest-
dence property in uinaua; lowest rates;
no dolay. Thomas Breunan. 14. 1, N. Y.
Ufa. W 163
WANTED City loana R. C Peters Co.
City farm loana O. F. Carson Co, N.Y.L.
LOANS on Improved cHy property. W. H.
Thomas, 606 Virul National Bank Bids.
FARM, CITT AND BUILDING LOANS
V. s'-n ftln T7, fits VAT it
fierU OI Uw. AW fBMISIII OV
Woodruff ft Arnold, 813-14 Neville blocs.
M 7s July M
M'DOWELL SCHOOL DRESSMAKING.
1S.3 Farnam. a-s-i jya
L. HENDERSON, 1619 Farnam. Tl. Doug,
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
i. M. Macfarland. 309 N. Y. I Bldg. TeL
Doug. 6H-8. . 464
HOFFMANN & GENTLEMAN. 702 N. 16th.
Douglas 65 M93S JUIB
Great Western Granite Co. Douglas 6821.
JOHNSON Instltuts. CS N. Y. L Tsl. Doug
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OIPFICE,
utnaha. Net., June 6, 1HIW. sealed pro
noaals. in triplicate, subject to the uhuh!
condition, will be received here until 10
a. m. central standard time, July e, 19U6.
for disinterring, boxing and preparing fur
shipment, approximately thirty-two (m) re
main, and a like number of headstones,
at the cemetery nt the Pine Ridge Indian
Agency, S. U. Specifications anil run In
formation furnished on application here.
Envelopes containing jropos.-.ls to be
marked "Proposals for disinterring re
mains,'' and addressed to Major M. GRAY
ZALINSKI, Chief Quartermaster, Omuha,
Neb. J 7-8-9-U-Jy 3-5
RAILWAY TIME CARD
IJIIO.I UTATlOX-TEVri! AUD kl ARC Y
Overland Llmltci a 9:40 am a 8:18 pm
The China und JaDSn
Fast Mall a 4 lis pm a K'lQ pot
Colo. Calif. Ex a 4 IS pn a 4:10 am
California A Ore. Ex. ..a 4:25 pm a 6:10 pin
I os Angeles Limited all:30am a 10 45 pm
Fust Mall a 1:56 pm a 9.30 pin
Colorado Spec's! a 7:45 am a 7:44 am
Nortn Platte Local a 8:10 am a 4:60 pm
Beatrice Local b 3:15 pin b 2:00 pin
( bit-Mite iireat Western.
Bt. Paul A- Minneapolis. 30 pm T:10 am
Et. Paul Minneapolis. 7 45 am 11:60 pm
Chicago Limited 6:0 pin 9.00 am
Chicago Lxprtss . 7:15 am ll:6u pm
.Chlat:o Express 3:3o pin i.tn pin
bleuan, Mllwaa.ee St. I'aaL
Chi. tt Colo. Special.... a : am a 7:30 am
California Jk U,. fc.x...a S:t3 v 3.1u piu
Overland Limited a 1 im a t:jo am
Marlon ft Cedar R Loc.b 6:46 am hU.W pro
Chicago, Ilocli Ialanil A PaelSs.
Chicago limited a i.u am a 7.1u am
Iowa J-Oc-1 a 7:uu am a 4.i0 pm
Clncaiiu Mail a i.lu aru ahl:lu pin
;ca Local bl2:ls pin b 9.6a pin
Cu.uago tiastern Exp.i u i M pi a l.fe piu
Cuilmu tlcwa LIiiiUk j.a 6:- piu aLl.lw pta
Rocky Mounta'o Liu,.. a V 20 am a 3:16 an
Culo. ft . a(. :xpres.,.a Z 'Jl pm m 4:10 pis
Okl. ft Texas tip a 4.a pm al. on pia
Colorado Fast Mall ...ald.iupm l.Jtu
a aaiiy. b dally exc.fi buuday.
Chicago Express ,..'.., I PO idi
Clilcago Limited a 4.00 pm
EL Louis Express a 6:30 pm
Bt. Loulr Local (from
Council BluBs a 9:14 am
Elar.urrry Loeal (from
Council Bluffs) b f .00 pa
a 3:64 pm
a 7 .so ar
a 4:44 ar
RAILWAY TIME CARD-t4?ITI";r-p-
t kless ft rtweera.
Local Ced.ir Kaplds ....a
t h.caisn li.tylisiii ....
Chicago I .milled ....
Rt Paul Kant Mall .
Sioux C. ft Bt P. Local, b 3:0u
Chicago Limited ....
Noifuik ft Bouesteel .
Lincoln ft Long Pine
Capper ft W)onliig .
I'eadwCJd & Llncuiu
Hssiinr-s A Albion ...
bt. Louis ..i..-i a 9.00
K. C. ft St L ICxpiess.aU.U
BIRL1NUTON STATION- 10TU
Leava ' Arrlva
lvnver ft California.. ..a 4. i pm a 8.30 pm
Black Hills a 4:10 pm a 6:30 pm
Northwest Special a 4:10 pm a V:u4 am
Northwest Express all:lo pin a 4:30 pm
Nebraska Exi'ias a 9:,0 am a 1:4- n-
Ncbi aaka Local a 4:00 am
Lincoln Local a 9.06 art
Lincoln - am Mall b 1:00 pm al3:20 Lra
Ft. Crook ft PlaUsm h..b $:6o pm blv.it am
Bellevue 4 I'laltsm 11..A 1m. uui iiiUnn
Denver Li n Ilea a 7:19 am
Bcilevuo Ol Pao. June. ..a 3:39 am a 4:80 am
l'cllevuti At 1 ao. June. ..a 9. ID am a 1:M uu
ChicHKo Spec.al a 7 am a7Jaam
Clncuno Express a 3:4u pm a 3:63 pm
11 ,v.nB. :........ " ym ' a (-.am
Icwa Loca 9:16 m al0:64 pm
St. Lculs Express a 4:4. pm all :30 am
Kanbas Clly-St Joe....al0:4o pm a 1:6 am
Kansas Clty-bt Jos... .a 9:16 ant a 4.10 pm
Kansas Clly-St. Joe. ...a 4:46 pm . ..........
WEBSTER DEPOT 16TH ft WBBSTKft
Chicago, St. Pawl, Mlaaeapoll M
Twin City Pnssen)rer...b 4:t am
Ploux City Passenger.. .a (no pin
Kn.erson Local h 6:20 pm
Emerson Local o :4 am
b 9:10 pm
all :X am
b 9:10 am
41 fe:aw pia
Nebraska Local, via
Weepla-I Water.. ......D 1:40 pm -12:80 pra
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday. 4 Dally
except Saturday, o Sunday only. Dalit
except M inday.
Gigantic, Elegant, Fast Livlathant
JVttv yorK.Tarl 6 "Day
Y.A PROVENCE, newest twin screw flyer ha
Ing passenger elevator, roof cfe, snd many ether
innovation. Nival officer' man-of-war disci
pline. Conipany'svestlbtiled train. Havre-Paris,
jH hours, where convenient connections are
made for all points on the Continent
20th Century HugeTwIn Screw Flyer
LA LORRAINR .............July
LA TOURAINH ' ..July 13
LA CHAMPAONH ....July 19
LA PROVENCE...., July 26
LA OA8COGNE ..August 2
For plans, reservations and tuil Informa
tion call on, telephone, or writs to
Harry C Moo res, 1601 Farnam 8trtt
Louis Neese, care First NnUonal Bank
I. 11. Keynolds, 1S02 Farnam Street
V. G. Davidsou, 1512 Farnam Street
Q. 'E. Abbott, 1324 Farnam It reel,
V. E. Bock. 1524 Farnam Street.
Aaents for Omaba
Ccandinavian Amsrican Line
V Larr Fast '1 wis Bortw Funngsr BWoBtrs
NORWAY. SWEDEN and
Sailing from New York at noon,
lat Obln ten no and wMi, 16 Cbln-.M7.M.
t'NITEl) STATES ( July it. All.. 36
OSCAR II Au. I, Sept. 13
O. r. TIETOEN ...,Au. . Bept, 20
HELLIO OI-4V r...AuR. 14.. B.pt .JJ
For Tlfk'tR apply to Ical Ag'tilt, or to
A. EVJOH80K, 1 Broad way, K. Y.
ANCHOR UNI U. S. MA II, STCAM-HIPa
NW YORK. bONDONOKHBT AND OUASOOW.
KKW TORK. PALKkMO AND KAPHA
Superior acoommodAtloa, xolIat boa-ia. Tb
omfort sf iMin oemally coasi4& Slssi
er raund-trlp iickau usiwd iiwb Nw Yors d
Scoictt. Uilla, liub as ail priaaipal oeatiaa-t-l
romis at atlratlT rata, ten tec Book Tear
For tlcaau or sanaral iDformatloa apvly te sa
local asanl ol tba Aocbor Uua, or t ttXNDXRSO
BROS.. Oaa'l Aau, Ckle-ao. UL
HOW ORDER HELPS COUNTY
Collection of Fees la , Advance . by
Officers Shows Excess la
The benefits derived by ths taxpayers
from the recent order of the county com
missioners requiring county officers to col
lect fees in advance Is shown In the report
just made by County Judge Leslie to th
commissioners covering; the first six months
of the year. The report shows an excess of
collections over expenditures In the office
of $2,335.78 for the six months. Last year
the excess for the corresponding; period
was 3542.51. The usual amount of excess
fees paid by the office heretofore has been
from $700 to $1,009 a yesr.
Judge Leslie ascribes a part of th in
crease to an increase In business, but th
larger part of it he declares is due to' ths
fact the fees are collected in advance.
Under all previous county Judges there
have been' several thousands of dollars In
Inheritance taxes to the amount of about
$'.5,000 have been collected up to July I by
the county judge's office and a number of
estates have not paid yet. Some ot these
are Involved in litigation so that ths ap
praisement cannot be made until suits In
court Sre decided. In others protests hav
been made of ths amount of the appraise
ment and the taxes will not be paid until
the protests are decided. The greater part
of the money received came from ths
Frank Murphy estate, which paid $16,0j0.
The E. W. Nosh estats paid about $13,001
Other estates have pal- as follows: St
A. D. Balcomba, $06.22; Roxena Kendall,
$42.50; Charlotte K. Turlfer, $237.64; Samuel
Relchenberg, $142. IL The Interest on de
layed payments wtll bring the total up to
BOOM IN TELEPHONE WIRES
Greater Amoaat of Material Bold Tba a
for Years to Ball4 New
Lisas. i ..'
"An era of unprecedented Activity in tele
phone line building has come to Nebraska,"
said E. P. Berryman of ths Lee-Olass-Andreeson
Hardware company. "Mors wire
has been shipped from the Omaha hardware
houses this summer than ever before. Th
companies are stringing wire all over the
northern, western 'and ' southwestern part
of Nebraska, and the aggregate operations
sre rapidly Increasing In scope. We have
sent 32.000 pounds of wire t one com
pany in i.orthwest Nebraska in ths last
three months, and that means a good many
miles of wire when you consider that it
runs only 160 pounds to ths mils. South
Dakota. Kansas and Wyoming also ar
taking large quantities of wire."
GUILD AND POWELL ARE IN
Kew f'om-alssloner of Coasmcrclal
CJafe and Inspector of Grain E x
chaago Tak Hold.
John M. Guild, tl) nw commissioner of
the Commercial rlub, assumed ths duties
of his office Monday morning. H was sur
prised by ths amount of oorreapondencs
awaiting his attention from -manufacturers
who express a desire to investigate Omaha
as a place for the location of their Indus
George B. Pown, the Grain exchange
new Inspector, arrived from Chicago Bun
day and took charge (if his office ilooimf
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