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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1906)
TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1906.
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Advertiser, by requesting n a in
hered check, ran have aatwfri ad
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of Th Bee. Anewero o aedreaeed
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Every day la enrollment day. Business,
Shorthand, Typewriting, Telegraphy and
r.nguso. catalogue free. Address it. H.
uoyle. pres.. Boyle Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
OMAHA flafe and Iron Work make a una.
rlalty of fire earapea, ahuttera, door and
sates, u.- Andreen, prop., 103 B. loth kt
' K zio
B1(JH PAINTING 8. H. Cola, IW Dougla.
' it in
TRT Kelly' Towel Supply.
IOWA Sanitary Cleaning- Co., Farnam.
NTI-MONOPOLT Garbage Co.. 821 N. 16th.
Tel. JJoug.-177. Hes.
ELflABSER A BRICE,
Machinists, ill South 12th St.
Preliminary sketches; estimates furnished.
-moi ia uroune, us ilea tiiag. uoun -inn.
R 76 30
TYPEWRITERS rented, all maices, 12 50.
Fox Typewriter Co., 1823 Farnam.
R M367 Augls
WHERE TRUNKS ARE MADE.
Trunks, suit rases and shopping baxs. Old
truriKs taken in exchange. Repairing.
FREUNQ & STEIN I.E.
410 N. 16th St. Thone Douglas 4936.
Do You Wish to Make a Change
If you have a farm. home, buslnoa
property that you want to sell or ex-
crania write us.
GLOBE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO,
umiai, ieo., or oioux city, ia.
Y M412 Jl
10-ROOM rooming house, full of roomers:
good location. Address a 84. care of
Bee. Y M788
BEST drug stock In southeast Nebraska;
about 16,000 cash required; sales $24,000,
prom lo.uuv. Aaaress H.-4Y, Jee.
Y M58 Aug21
BRIGHT, CLEAN GROCERY STOCK FOR
sale ennap; catn or trade; rent low. Ad
dress K-62, Bee. Y M688.
BAKERY Doing a good business; will sell
cnean tor casn. Address K.-64, Bee.
CIGAR, confectlonerv. bakerv arooda. Iain.
dry agency and milk depot for sale; 176
i nun luaea Dusiness, stocK ana nxtures;
aeaire to leave city, can at 2307 Ames ave.
Y 131 JX
FOR BALE $3,600 stock of racket goods In
one of the best towns In central Iowa;
innaouaiion J.ow. doing good cash busi
ness; established years; cheap rent; the
- only store of the kind In town. Reason
tor selling is sickness. Address Box 63,
xiuuib, in. I MM ASX
FOR BALE lcurnltiira of l.ronmal eQ ,
with large summer kitchen, southern ex.
posure, atsam heat, bath; rooms all
rented; partlea leaving the city: will give
uummuii i once, aijyt a. join hu; nat
L. Y-M11S 11 x .
FOR SALE Good paying Ice business, only
one In town. 2,6t people, northwest
Iowa; snap; must be taken Immodlately;
selling account health. Address L 23,
meat market on reasonable terms, if
isaen at once. no trade considered.
Ownef deslrea to leave city. Address
or can M2 iiamuton. X M166 31
WANTED Man with small capital, to Join
me In an established manufacturing busi
ness, shirts and gents' furnishings for
the trade; $100 per month and expenses
io, guiia, sooer man; experience unneces
sary If able to furnish good references.
Aaaress L z, tsee. X M154
FOR SALE A first, class Job offloe with
a-1 newspaiier piuni in connection, pub
lishing three papers In surrounding
towns; Job type all new; doing good
ouaineas; excellent reasons lor selling;
located at Hastings, Neb. Write now,
ur rami, as mis snap win not last long.
Prices low. Address Box 616, Hastings,
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
CODA FOUNTAIN, any slae. Uis Farnam.
eHER WIN-WILLIAMS CO., best mixed
paint. Bnermao at aacuonneu urug Co.,
HALL'S safes, new, 2d-hand. 1818 Farnam.
FOR BALE Empty ink barrels. Inquire ot
j. n. vampovii, me mail room. y u
FOR BALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables; wa lead the world In
cheap bar natures ; easy payments. Uruns-
wica-iai-i)itenaer, ! g mm gu
WE buy every thing In the furniture Una.
cnicago s urniture wo., luo uoda-e.
CHEAP chicken fence, long flr Umbers,
wnita) ajasawwuq ivr Burnt wora. -l pi.
ItlO. Q 321
MILCH COWS, on easy temia 43d and
One two-drawer Besley letter cabinet.
Two tops for Ulobe-Wernicke case.
One leather seat chair.
One letter prei-a.
One Cat top desk.
One bookcase with three doors, about
Two oak pedestals with base.
Call fur Mr. Wright, Bee office. Q 832
FOR BALE Steam house heating boiler:
waa used to hvat fc-room house; will be
sold cheap. W. H. Bridges, engineer Bee
mag. q MiM
BEND US your mall order! for drugs;
freight paid on $10 lots. Myers-LilU,n I
urug vo., (j malt. 4)Ui
FOR BALE Bargain, Emerson high-grade
piano, oniy siigntiy used. &K9 Miami St.
FINE Minnesota Ice for sale In carlota.
(j. UlllMit Co., Counoll Blufta. 14 M364
UPRIGHT PIANO, mahogany case, at
bargain. lbl Davenport. Q M130 2x
ICE fur sale. In car lots.
Frank Lutter, Cambridge,
lTO EXCHANGE for stock of merchandise
department store building In town of l.ouO.
Strictly modern. Rented for long time at
JiuO per month. ITice $16,000. Write to
Box 266, Plalnview, Neb. Z M6tl Aug 8
IF yOldo not find what you want In this
column, put an ad in and you will soon
gat It. fc wu
WANTED To exchange a good lot for
automobile. L 14. care Bee.
STOCK hardware, live northwestern Iowa
town, 8,&uu people; can trade for cheap
western land; must be taken immediately.
Address L X. Bee. Z-137 Six
HORSES AND WAGONS FOR SALE
FOR . SALE An excellent lady's driving
horse, with English folding-seat trap and
tierneea, as good as new; very reasonable
price. Dr. Pi Ibbeoow, 214 Karbarh block.
4 fi. l&ih P-M347 3a
WANTED MALE HELP
WANTED Clxsr makers: I rollers and 8
bunch breakers; will py the Deft l
prl -e to go out of town; will send tl'-VMa
Address II 12. cars of Bee. B-MS1S
DRUG stores bnupht and sold; drug clerk
ranted, r . V. Knltst. 624 N. I. i
6"0 YOUN'l MEN to prepare for firemen
and braknmen. experience unnecessary,
firemen 8100, brikemen 80 per month, with
rapid promotion to engineer or ronoucior.
Hundreds of portions open. Call or write
for particular! at once. National Railway
Training; A is n, 640 Psxton Hlk . Omaha.
IN CO. JJ M0U1 u
M. Annon. Cm
B 6S4 Auarli
per. v yo.
MEN with tec ma. to sell line of medl-
clnea. Star tf td. Co.. Charlei City. la.
H 891 Aum
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; the
advantages w offer eave yeara or ap
prenticeship; positions walling. i"P
wages: the rush for barbers never ear
&reat; special offer now call or wiiw
loler Barber college, 1116 Farnatn St.
B U11S Wi
CIVIL SERVICE Want
prepare. Sea Underfill".
fc'JO North 24th.
B M:SS AUK14
YOUNG MAN, A-l references, to sell type
writers on road. Address Railing, 122
WANTED Brlrk handlers and laborers at
the Avery Brick yard, two mnea soum
of Albright; boarding house at plant.
WANTED-Oood marble cutter; good
wages, steady employment. unaea k
Olldea. Norfolk Marble Works, Norroig.
WANTED AT once a good 1
sausage maker. No boozers
e maker. No poolers neea vi-
C. H. MOKIAN, Newman Grove, Neb.
BhlnnlnsT clerk. 840.
Traveling salesman, dry goods, 11,200.
Two extension clerks, 10.
Call or write for complete list of vacan
cies, and our plan of placing competent
WESTERN REF. & BOND AP8 N., INC..
Dept. B, 840-41-42 N. Y. Life Hldg.
B 147 31
MEN WANTED on steamships as cattle at
tendants to Ixmdon. Liverpool, noner
dam, Antwerp, Hull, Hamburg and Bre
men. Agent wanted in your cuy. rui-
elgnerV Protective Association. 2.(5 East
117th St., New York City. B M829 A2
WANTED Carpenters; steady work. Ad
dress Jos. Shleslger, Yutan, Neb.
s ai I
WANTED For the V. 8. marine corps.
men between ages 21 and 3d; an oppor
tunity to see the world. For further In
formation see poster In postofflce of any
county seat In the state of Nebraska,
giving address of recruiting office located
therein. mr.w hii
WANTED1 Car builders, repairers and
truckmen. Cudahy Packing Co., sou tit
Omaha. B M840 A3
ROOFER To do
new work and repair
Roofing Co., Lincoln,
B M805 aug4
WANTED Energetic young man of good
address; can easily mane xt a nay. ror
particulars call at room 831, Board Trade.
WANTED Teams st C. B. Havens St Co.'s
yard, 14th and Webster Bts.
B MUD AUgl
WANTED Flrst-clBss meat cutter, city ex
perience and references required. Address
L 19, Bee. B 124 AJx
WANTED Two men.
Omaha Box Co.,
WANTED An experienced tinner and
plumber; permanent position for right
man. Address A. A. uecKer, v isner,
Neb. B M153 2
WANTED Two able bodied men not afraid
of work; permanent position for right
party. Call on foreman A. Booth ft
Co., 1308 Leavenworth St. B M161 lx
WANTED FEMALE HELP
DRESS CUTTING and dressmaking taught
by Mcuoweu uystem. rarnnm. -
WANTED A cook; good wages, small fam
ily. 1120 Park Ave. v 3J0
WANTED Experienced cloak salesladies
for fall season; none otr.er neen appiy.
Address K. b, .Hee. c ui
WANTED Neat girl for yeneral home
work; small family; near high scnooi. in.
quire 26i3 Capitol Ave. C MS44
WANTED Woman cook. $36 per month:
must furnish recommendations. Address
L 7, Bee. C MS5
A MIDDLE-AGED woman as housekeeper
and comonnlon for elderly lady: refer
ences required; German preferred. Call
after 6 p. m. at 2U03 N. 17th Ave.
WANTED Girl for
2608 Dewey Ave.
u Hi i
WANTED By refined, cultured woman.
position as housekeeper cr governess
best of references. L-22, ie.
A 111 Aug 6x
WANTED Two or three experienced sales
men or salesladies, or Doth, to take charge
of a well selected stock of high grade
pianos In best town and country In cen
tral Nebraska of 10,000 Inhabitants; good
salary and commission to right party;
state experience, age, nationality, refer
ence, etc., first letter. Cash Williams
Muslo House, Hastings, Neb.
L M864 aug4
TRAVELING salesman wanted to sell
fancy leather goods in Nebraska, Kansas
and Oklahoma; only experienced sales
man in said territory need apply. Address
A. L. Reed Company, Richmond Hill
New York City, N. Y. L-M852 t
WANTED A first-class dress goods man
to take charge of the dress goods stock
good salesman and window trimmer;
man that can speak German. Address
10, care Omaha Bee. L M378 31
AGENTS WANTED Something entirely
new and needed by everybody; our $2.ouo
combination pollclea. covering all bccl
dents, diseases and occupations; costing
only $6 per annum eacn. payable iuar
terly; issued try tnis society only; ove
$4i,o00 already paid in benefits. Agents
wanted; large commissions and exclu8iv
territory given. Address National Accl
dent Society, 320 Broadway. New York,
Established 21 years. J
WANTED Awenta to represents us in th
sale ot our western Kansas lands. Globe
Lund & Investment Co., Oniulia, Neb.
and Sioux City. Ja. J Mlli Aug 1!)
WANTED Indies or gentlemen, to sell la
dies embroidered shirtwaist patterns and
also other novelties to the public; no In
vestment; can make $10 to $15 dally; d n't
tarry and lose a good tliliiK ; we answer
all mail orders. Inquire of The U. 8. Em
broidery Works, 14 S 16th St.
J M80 Augl
WANTED Lady or gentleman of fair edu
cation to travel and collect for firm of
$6.0u0 capital. Salary. $1,072 per year
and expenses. Salary paid weekly and
expenses advanced; references required
Address, with stamp, J. A. Alexander,
Omaha. Neb. J 152 31x
LYNG3TAD High Grade UroT Calendars,
. mHVrp B. E. corner 16th St. and
JOKVE. Capliol Ave. -2S8
ENGRAVING and printing. Kotera
Co.. 1610 Howard. Tel. Douglas 2007.
CENTP.AL PRINTING CO.. 110 8. I7TII
418 N. T.
LAW & COLLECTIONS
I. M. Macfarlanel. N. T. U Bldg
JUST TRY A BEE
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
HAVE a nice, pleasant, cool, south front
room which we will rent to one or two
fpiitlennn; large lawn; bent location In
West Farnam district; detached house;
everything modern. Will try and make
It homelike and congenial. Price very
reasonable. Address. L 8. Bee.
E MS46 31
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam,
Doug. 6'lfO. M. E. Haul Trunks
Thurston hotel; reoms 81 60 up per week.
FOR RENT I or t beautiful rooms, fur
nished or unfurnished, very central.
Woodjard AH Co.. 61 Broadway. Co.
FURNISHED room In new modern house.
!3"6 Douglas St. E-tuo
CAPITOL. HOTEU 18th and Capitol Ave ,
south front, rooms with or without Donra.
FURNISHED room for gentleman, private
ramuy. 316 N. 18th St. hm-bm six
STRICTLY modern furnished room for on
or two gentlemen; walking distance.
'Phone Douglas 4076. 608 S. 24th Ave.
E-MS7 31 r
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Doug. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunks
VIENNA hotei; private dining rooms, cafe.
FINE suite of modern rooms with hot
and cold water, suitable for four or five
gentlemen; house Is elegant, deslrablr
nnd convenient to business. fi!7 South
lSth. F M985 31x
NICELY furnished cool
The Rose, 2020
F Mfi07 A27x
board rates reasonable.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
CENTRAL; 1 rooms;
Tlzard. 2'jn N.
FOR RENT HOUSES
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Uouglus 16 A. benmouer a
Mueller Piano Co., 1311-1313 farnam.
TTtlTTKFS'n. all parts of the city. The
Davis Co., ao8 Bee Blug.
HOTTKF.S'ri all parta of the city.
UUUOiOc. peUTs & Co., Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, Insurance. Rlngwalt, Barker Bk.
THE Omaha Van A Storage Co., pack.
move and store H. M. goods; storenouse,
1120-24 N. 19th. Office, 1611 Farnum.
Tel. Douglas 16a. U 241
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van A Stor
age Co. Tel. ooug. lttfti. uruce, nu weo
ter Bt. D-24I
BEE us when shipping household goods 10
large cities west. we can save yoj
money. EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY
nt N. Sixteenth Bt. MeL uoug. u
CENTRAL, 4 or 6-room fiats.
SEVERAL at $1$ to $16. Chris Boyer,
m r,A Piimln, fit 'nhnna Uouar. 204'J.
FOR RENT New brick flat. West Far
nam district, just being compieieu.
Strictly first-claas, oak finish, hardwood
floors throughout, best nickel plumbing.
Wm. K. Potter, 801 Brown Blk. D 128
A. H. Hennlngs. Harry O. Counsmao.
Storage and Transfer. Best Storage House
In the City. Immediate Attention Oiven.
15i-81-fSi N. 16th Bt. wltL uoug. vu.
D U4X July31
8TORAQE ROOM FOR RENT Good lo
cation, with elevator, 13tn ana jones.
Brown Truck Co. " D 116 Ago
Maggard Van and Storage
Co. Tel. Douglas-103a-149.
D M66i Au6
414 S. 29 BT., 7 rooms, modern, $22.50. John
N. Frenier, opp. 010 f. u. u-ru
EIGHT-ROOM, strictly modern house, on
paved street, nrst-cias neignuumu,
good condition. Price. $37.60 per month.
Will be vacant August 1. M. J. Kennard
& Co., 309-10 Brown block. D M6M
HOUdES FOR RENT.
2902 Farnam St.; new 6-room flat; modern;
2T0I cuming, o-room; moueru.
812 N. 2Uli St.; 8 rooms; $10.
N. P. DODGE A CO..
Bee Bldg. . 1714 Farnam SL
D " D Mi)91 31
AMERICAN TRANSFER CO., household
aoods stored: dry rooms, low pii.
Phone 1062. 1106 Farnam.
FOR RENT Brick house within 2 blocks
of court house, s rooms, sdhoiuipij umu
ern. Apply Elmer J. Neville. 301-2 Ne
ville block. D I39
r'OR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Desk room In Bee office, city
hall building, 417 N. 2th bt., bouth Omaha.
Apply to manager. 1134
NO EQUAL, laundry, drug store. Tlsard.
220 N. SSd. I-M
8TORE ROOM for rent. 408 8. 16th, Or
plieum Theater Bldg. DybalL 1518 Doug
las. 1 i-tu
SUITABLE for retail, wholenale or manu
facturing, Zxluo; 8 floors and basement;
luoa Farnam. Inquire 314 First Mat Bank
Bldg. J -48
DESK room for rent. 644 Bee Bldg.
FOR RENT One 4-story brick store with
cement basement and good elevator; lMl
Douglas. Building will be put In good
order at once. inquireXat lAit Douglas.
John Llnder. I M
ROOM-20x60, rear. 317 B. 16th Bt. 1-853
STORES FOR RENT.
2:10 Farnam St., $30.
21IU8 Farnam St., $.U
N. P. DODGE & CO ,
Bee Bldg. 1714 Farnam St.
I M!'f2 31
2127 FARNAM ST. Large stoie room and
basement, in new West Farnam bt. re
tain district; $06 per month.
GEOHGE Ac CO., I60I FARNAM.
2127 FARNAM ST., large store room and
basement In new West Farnam St. re
tail dlNlrlct; $.10 per month.
GEORGE & CO., 14 Farnam.
LOST Gold brooch, in ahape of a knot.
Keaard on return to Bee office.
LOST Black Cocker spaniel pup; tag No.
?'; suitable reward. Phone Doug-lac-664L
LOST Saturday at Christian Endeavor
picnic at Bellevue, small open face watch.
Hetui-n to McCoy & Co., 1314 Dodge St.
and receive reward. Lost 134 augl
LOST Small female fox terrier; reward.
Call Douglas 1W2. Lost 133
MME. BUDDHA. LEADING PALMIST.
Call at No. 113 Sou in 14th St., upstairs.
Reaultful prediction absolutely given.
L HENDERBON. 114 Farnam. TeL Doug
CMT GET OUT
WANT AD AND QUICKLY FIND A CASH
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
ONLY A FEW LEFT
The fine, sightly lots at 48th
and Military Ave. are nearly
all gone. Those still unsold
will go for from $160 to $260
each; $23 down; $6 per
month, without Interest; on
the Walnut Hill car line;
paved street and with city
water. See us today.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor N. Y. L. Bldg.,
Tel. Douglas 1781.
RE M805 augl
I can sell a modern brick building, new;
three houses that pay 12 per cent on price,
Also six modern cottages, splendid con
dition that pay 14 per cent on price asked.
Also good corner and four cottages that
pay 13 per cent .on the price.
A special price of $1.6S0 for good cottsge
at 25:3 Caldwell St.; modern except furnace.
3515 Howard St., modern cottage, seven
W. T. GRAHAM,
604 Bee Bldg.
JUST FOUR MORE
All the Grammerey Park
lots at 4Sth and Military Ave.
are sold; we still have i fine
south front lots on Grant St.,
between 48th and 60th, which
we can sell for from $200 to
$250 each; $-'5 down and $5 per
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
1st Floor N. Y. L. Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 1781.
RE M879 31
THE J. FRED KERR COMPANY'S AB
STRACTS OF TITLE are the safest. You
are protected by a $10,0u0 bond against
loss by errors. You don't buy a law suit
when you buy a "Kerr" sbstract. 1008 N.
Y. Life Bldg. 'Phone Douglas 2244.
A flne piece of trackage property, 1472234,
on U. P. track, at 6th and Jones tits..
$12,010 will take It for immediate sale.
Room 1. New York Life Bldg.
SAMPSON & SONS,
60S Bee Bldg. 'Phone Douglas 3850.
BUY, SELL, AND RENT
KERR-SHALLCROSS CO.'S ABSTRACTS
OF TITLES are the safest. You are pro
tected by a $10,000 bond against loss by
errors. You don't buy a law suit when
you buy a "Kerr" abstract. 1614 Farnam.
Tel. Doug. '6487. r - RE-
Building Lots $400 Each.
We sold all of our lots last Saturday In
our 2d addition at N. W. corner 24th and
Fort streets, excepting 4 on 26th avenue,
north of Fort. We iwlll offer these for sale
at the same price and on easy terms of
$10.00 cash and $10.00 per month. Theso
have city water and gas. Sewer now being
put In. You cannot find any better bar
gains than these in the north part of the
Hastings & Heyden,
1704 Farnam St. Ground floor Bee Bldg.
RE 143 31
Your Choice of Three Lots
On Cuming street, between 42d and 43d,
paved street, sewer, water and gas. good
i location, no specials to pay. These are
Hastings & Heyden,
1704 Farnam St. Ground floor Bee Bldg.
RE 144 81
title already on our books and can make
n abstract on sho-t notice at low price.
midland guarantee and trust
1714 Farnam Street.
Something New and Cozy
Two new 8-room cottaares on full south
front lots, H block from Harney csr
line, -on 33d St. Bath rooms, electrto
lights, in fact, everything neat and mod
ern, except furnace. Price, $J,0CO. Terms
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam, 6 and Vi
per cent loans on real estate; no delay
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment o.
i WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
I Farnam Smith & Co.. 1X0 Farnam bt.
BUILDING loans on residence property; 1
per cent, w a. aieiKie, niuiiii ua
LOWEST RATES Bemis. Paxton Blk.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead. 1620 Dou
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and rest,
dtnee property in Omaha; lowest ralus:
no delay. Thomas liiennan. ft. 1. N. Y.
WANTED City loans. R- C.
Peters & Co.
City farm loans. O. F. Carson Co.N.Y L
LOANS on Improved city property. VV. H,
Thomas, 606 First National Bank Bldg.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY,
and shoes. Pay the
oest prices. Tel.
WANTED Tickets to California for gen
tleman and young lady. L 20, Bee of
fice. N 122 30x
WIRE and Iron Fencing, Hitching Posts,
Wire Trellis. Omaha Wire and lroo
. Works. 6u7 Bee Bldg. Tel. Red-OS.
ANCHOR and Iron Fencing; Wire Fencing
- jr foot. i06 N. ITth Bt. Tel. Red 814.
BUY plumbing supplies direct.' Wholesale
prices. Bave on every article. Only first.
Class goods handled. Prompt attention
to every order. Bend for catalogue. B. F.
KaroL 236 Hamsun Bt . Chicago. III.
FOR SALE FARMS
GRAIN AND STOCK
SO acres level land, soil Is
of black vegetable mold on a
heavy clay subsoil, Is very
rich, works fine, having no
rocks or stones; 2uO acres In
cultivation, balance pasture
and hay land; good fences,
sheds and other outbuildings
and windmill; neat o-room
dwelling. Price only $10 an
acre. It would make an Ideal
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
1st Floor N. Y. L. Bldg.
Tel. Douglas n'81.
Western Kansas Wheat Lands
60.000 acres of fine wheat lands, J4.00 to
$15.00 per acre. Special excursions every
Tuesday. Write for particulars. Olobs
Land and Investment Co., Omaha, Neb.,
and Slouz City, Ia. HM 4J A18
2,000 ACRES AT $2.50 AN
In western Nebraska; soil Is
black loam on a heavy clay
subsoil, 's Very rich and easily
worked; no stones. The owner
Is anxious to sell. The same
kind of land, under Irrigation,
sells as high as $100 an acre,
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
1st Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 17S1.
1.8TO-ACRE Wyoming ranch, partly
gated, well fenced and watered.
133 acres. Nemaha Co., good Improvements.
Ccal discovered In vicinity.
U. S. SALES BUREAU.
, . 304 Neville Bldg., Omaha.
' vm 30
FINE FARMS AND RANCH
LANDS, UNION PACIFIC
Is closing out Its lands In wsstern Ne
braska, Colorado and Wyoming.
From $3.00 to $6.00 per acre.
Take advantage of the low prices and
easy terms offered, the opportunity will
soon be gone.
Special excursion rates to the lands.
for further Information apply to
UNION PACIFIC LAND AGENCY.
818 South 16th St., Omaha, Neb.
H-M 128 2
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
EVERYBODY NEEDS IT.
And thlj is the place to come and get It
Don't let money stand In the way of en
Joying yourself when It can be so easily
obtained at this office on HOUSEHOLD
GOODS, PIANOS, HORSES, WAGONS,
SPECIAL RATES ON SALARY LOANS.
We have a good proposition to offer those
who wish money to tide them over vaca
tion period. Call and be convinced.
RELIABLE CREDIT CO.
S07-808 Paxton Block.
Our employes are well informed and
courteous and we are always pleased to
explain our manner of loans. We tell you
to the cent what the cost will be, and If
you conclude that it will now pay you to
borrow, there Is no harm don.
We loan on furniture, pianos, live stock
and other chattels and to salaried peopio
upon their own agreement to ly.
We oner you rates as low us you will
find and our facilities tor quick and con
fidential servicea are unsurpassed.
We are the oldest concern In our line la
the city, and we always try to please cur
r. t pn.iH
119 Board of Trade Bldg. 'Phone Doug. VM.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew-
elry, horaea, cows, etc.
c t . Keed. 310 .
Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Advances private money on chattels tr
salary. Easy to get no red tape. You
Ket money same dsy asked foi at a mall
cost. Open eveninus till 7. X .ij
CHATTEL and salary loans.
' Credit Co., 633 Paxton Blk.
EAGLE Loan Oflice, reliable, acommodat
lag; all business coniideiitial. liol Duutt.
DR. PRIBENOW'B PRIVATE MONEY
loaned on furniture, pianoa, i;y,
hursts, etc.. In any amount, at less man
half the rate; no red tape; perfect pri
vacy. Immediate attention; on any let tut
wanted; payments suspended in caae ol
sickness oi' out of employment, liooiu
314 Kaibach Blk., Ju 6. i&ttt bt. X X
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLs)
and others without security; easy im
incuts. Offices In 63 principal citiea. To,
iiiji. room U4 New xuik Life ttiug.
FURNITURE, Live Stock, Salary Loans.
Duff Green Loan Co., room 6, Lik:r
CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry loans.
Foley Loan Co.. IX rarnam Bt- X 2tU
H. A. BTURGE3, registered attorney; pat
ents; trade minks, copyright; no fee un
lets succesatui. 617 N. Y. Lift, omaii.1.
F. J. LARSON A CO., patent lawyers;
patent book free. Bee Blug., Oiualia, Neb.
6HARPE MACHINE WORKS Patents
procured. Inventions developed, drawings,
r Herns, tastings, machine Murk. eoi-Otl
loth Bt. j -m
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Na
tional Investment Co., 63 Douglas Blk.
M" " Aug3
L. H. GARDNER. 511 First Nat. Bank
Power plants, manufacturing process.
Ice plants. lei, lnboection, rep irts.
v M-S74 All
FIVE-PASSENGER touring car. fully
equipped, standard make, l&ui. good as
new; aiso 16-h. p. runabout, fins conciiinn;
will seli ft,.' cash or real estate. Adilrcsa
J 4, Bee. -M'Jll
AUTOMOBILE RENTAL CO. Office Niles
A Moser, 16th and Faicam. Ttl Ioug. 1-
CUT-RATE railway tlckeU everywhere
P H. Pbilbla. 16u Faioam. 'Phune D"'ig.
BErHTOLD-Charles E.. July SO, IM, aged
Services from residence. 1? Pierce St .
Tuesday, July 31. st ! o'clock p. m. Inter
ment Prospect Hill cemetery. Friends In
WITHOUT AN Ol'EKAl ION-ALL kinds
of piles cured Internal, external, blind,
bleetiing or Itching piles. A guarantee
given in every case treated by Dr. Max
well, who has had twrnty-flve years' ex
perience In treating plls. Hundreds of
testimonials given on, application. 614 Pee
bldg., Omaha, Neb. 'Phone Douglas 1424.
ADHESIVE, Invisible, harmless. Pstln skin
powder Is made In four alluring iluts.o.
OMAHA Steam Taste Co. manufactures
pure Hour paste. 2210 Cuming. Tel.
Doug. 4521. U
WIRE AND IRON FENCES.
Pee our line. Cheaper than wood. Free
cataiogue. Omaha Wire and Iron Wka
Oftlce 607 Bee bldg. 'Phone Red 6908.
U M44 Aug 1
ANY POOR GIRL In need ot a friend call
or write to the matron of the Salvation
Army home for women at Si24 N. 2Uh
St.. Omaha, Neb. . I MUX)
TRY KcLLY'S Laundry.
DR. ROY. rhlmnnitir RIAL 1306 Far
' " it 7a
PRIVATE confinement home; 'Mrs. Dr.
King. 2J18 N. 2lst St. Tel. Doug. u6s.
PI F AT I NO Buuous. Ituchlng.
1 LLf 1 U1J Embroidering.
Dyeing and Cleaning, Sponging and Shrink
ing, only 6c per yard, bend tor price list
UOLMAN PLEATING CO..
0 Douglus Block. Tel. Doulas l&A
Tel. Doutf. 264.
211 S. UlUBI
PRIVATE home during confinement. Mrs.
Uardcll, 2216 Charles. Tel. Doug.
THE Solvation Army solicits cast-off
c'othlnts, in fuel, any thins you do not
need. We collect, rtpair and sWl. st 114
N. 11th St., lor cost of collecting to t'ne
woriliy poor. Call Phone L'oug. 4135 and
wugun will call. U 6U
MAdNF.TIH OSTEOLOGY. Mis. Rlt
AUiHllj tennouse. 410 N. Itith Et.
Room 2, 2d floor. V M361 Alii
FREE medical and surgical treatment at
CielKhton Medical College, 14th anl
Davenport Sts. Special attention paid
to confinement cases. All treatment u-
Cirvlsed by college professors. Phune
oug. 1167. Calls answered day or n.tjlit.
THE City Garbage Co. Office. 14th and
Leavenworth bis. Tel. Douglas 13!7.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan San
itarium, 72 First Ave., Council Bluffs,
la. TeL 774. U-822
SURVEYING. Bllckensderfer, $12 Bee Bldg.
OMAHA Stammerer Institute, Rarnge Blk.
M A d VF.TTP. treatment bath Mma.
JVliVUJN ill Ally Bnmh 1U N. ij, id hour.
U MS38 AuglOX
6YRINGEB, rubber goods, by mail; cut
rices. Bend for free catalogue. Myers
itllon Drug Co., Omaha. VUia
WE RENT sewlnc machine at $1 per
week; we sell second-hand' machines $6
up. Nebraska Cycle Co., corner 16ih and
iiaraey. Tel. liougiaa lira. u iJ
LADIES, If desponaent or In trouble are
given sympa:ny, counsel ana aia. noom
x, tzi so, Kiin Bt.. omana, is so.
U Matt ASS
DRS. VOOEL, private hospital for women
and lor ladles belore and duriug coniine
uient. 2318 S. 13lb bt.. Omaha. Neb.
U M-37 Aug. 17
MAQNETTC Massage, 412 N. 16th St,
JUZVUiMHiXlU' Bei.ond ioor. r00m 2.
U M800 augI6
WANTED Free attractions for street fair.
, August 17 and IS. Address John F. Bunte,
Cortland, Neb. U M13J 1
WANTEI Bid from contractors for a
two-story brick addition to the high
school building at Exeter. Plans on tile
with J. B. Blouch, secretary of the board,
t-xeter. Neb. u Mlbtt i
CHIROPODIBT-Dr. Dunbar, 208 Neville
block; halrdresslng, etc. Douglas ir,0.
U M149 Au30
BEST nerve bracer ior men. "Cray's Nerve
Food Pills" $1 box, postpaid. Sherman A
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 237
DR. FRIES, Wlthnell Blk.. 16th and Har
ney, room 2. Treats successfully diseases
and irregularities o' women, recent or
long standing. Doug. $768
"When You "Write
It will take only an extra stroke or two of
the pen to mention the fact that you saw
their ad in 'i lie nee.
Great Western Granite Co. Douglas 6K2L
Woodruff & Arnold. 313-14 Neville Blk.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
IMOJj STATION TENTH A.D MARCY
Overland Limited a k:u am a 8:18 pm
The Clnna and Japan
Fast Mail a 4:16 pm
a 6:10 pm
a 8 30 am
Colo. & Calif. Ex a 4:16 pm
California & Ore. Ex
Los Angeles Limited...
North Piatte Local...
.a 4 2a pm
.a 1:66 pm
.a 7:46 am
.a 8:10 am
.b 8:16 pm
a 6:10 pm
a 3:80 pm
a 7:44 am
a 4:60 pm
b 2:u0 pm
iklcasa Great Western.
St. Paul & Minneapolis. 8:30 pm
11 :6o pm
St. Paul & .Minneapolis
ii,'UiO A .Norlb western
Local Cedar Rapids a 7:06 am a 8:00 pm
...a :ijO am
...a h:li pm
...a 4:32 pm
11 3o pm
Chicago l.linneu ...
Cat roll Local
St. Paul Fast Mall..
...a H.io pm
bioux C. or. st. P. Local. b ;bu pm
a 8:8u am
Chicago Express a 6:60 pin
Chicago Limited all:oopm
Norfolk & bonesteel ...a 7:40 am
Lincoln & In Pine. ..a 7:10 am
Casper & Wyoming a 8:0o pm
Deadwood & Lincoln. ..a 2:uu pm
a 7:8o am
11 16 am
a 6 06 pin
Hastings & Superior. .. .0 3:uu pm
. b 6:02 pm
a 6 00 am
10 :00 pm
I Chicago Local ....
! Twin City Limited
.all :30 am
al2 30 am
vnicago r.ipron ..
Chicago Limited ..
.a 8:00 am a ! 65 pm
a 6:00 pm a 7:30 am
Chicago Mall ....
.a 3 2b am
.a 7.0o am
a 7 :10 am
a 4:30 pin
b 8.66 pm
a 1:46 pm
.a 8.18 am
Cklcagu tl-Jastern Exp l a 4 ' pm
Chicago (Iowa l.lniueni a x pm
Rocky Mountain Llm...a 7:20 atn a 316 am
Colo. It Cal. Express. ..a 2 01 pm a l li pm
Okl. A Texas Kip a 4.40 pm al2:t pm
Colorado Fast Mall al0:10 pm a 7:38 am
a dally, b dally except Sun lay.
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. 1'aal.
Chi. A Colo. Special. ...a 7:66 am a 7:80 am
California A Oie. Ex. ..a 6:46 pin a 8:10 pm
Overland Limited a s ao pm a jo am
Marlon A Cedar R. Loc.b 45 am bll:00 pm
St. Louis Express. a $ no am a 6:30 pm
K. C. A St. Li. Express.. an is pm a s ou pm
St. Louis Express a 6 80 pm a 1:40 am
St Louis Local (from
Council Bluffsj a :le am a 10. 80 pm
Btanbeiry Local (from
Council Blurt a.) b 60 pra bll :80 am
RAILWAY TIME CARD
Bl RLI.1GTO BTATIOJI lOth MASOS.
Denver California.... 4 10 rm
lUack Hills a 4 10 pm
Northwest Fpeclsl a 4.10 pm
Northwest Kxprese aU:10 pro
Nebraska Express a 9 lo am
Nebraska Local a 8:00 am
Lincoln Fast Mall b 1:00 pm
Ft. Crook k Plattsm'h..b 1. 50 pm
Brllevu ,v Plattsm'h . .a J .60 am
Bellevue A Pac. June. ..a 3:30 am
Bellevue A Pac June. ..a :10 am
Chicago Special a 7:2 am
Chicago Express a 144 pm
Chicago Flyer a 8 06 pm
Iowa Local : am
Pt. Louis Express a 4:46 pm
Kansas Clty-8t. Joe....aH 4 pm
Kansas Clty-8t. Joe. ...a :15 am
Karsas Clty-Bt. Joe 4:tt pm
a 8. 30 pm
a 06 am
a ( M pm
a 7:40 pm
a t ot am
al! : pm
a 8:30 am
a 7:10 am
a I SO am
a 1:60 pm
a 7:26 am
a I 66 pm
a 7:76 am
all 30 am
a 8:46 am
a 8:10 pm
WEBSTER DEPOT ltl WI18TE",
Twin Civ Passenger... 6 .80 am
b :10 pm
Sioux City Passenger.. .a 8 00 pm
irmeraon I ATI ....D l .w I'm
b 10 am
Emerson Local o 8:46 am
O 8:60 pra
Nebraska Local, via
Weeping Water o j:so pm di:w P ra
a Daily, b Dally except Sunday.
except Saturday, a Sunday only,
Scandinavian American Una
V Large rest Iwn Bersw FsssssfM Btesasft
NORWAY. SWEUEN and DENMARK
Silling; from New York at noon.
Ut Ctbln 10 00 and upwards, td Cable 141 60.
F. T1ETIIEN All , Bapt. W
HKI.LIO OLAV ...Aug. 1. (apt. It
I N I I ED STATE? Aug. 80, Oct. 11
OSCAR II Sept. 13, Oct. 24
For Tlrkrta ippljr ta Ixral Afanlts, er lo
A. E. JOHNSON, 1 Broadway, N. Y.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
South Omaha Land Company to Rosa
J. zertre, lot 8. block 2U Houtn
. Omaha t
South Omaha Savins Bank to the
South Omaha National Bank, lot 11,
block 81 and 62 ft. of lot 12. block
M. South Omaha
Turkey Land Company to Marie J.
wiuiams lots u and lz A. p. tur
key's re-plat block 2. Bemls Park..
Jt rmlah M. Fitzgerald to Balthas .let
ter N. 22 ft. of e. so ft. of lot l,
block 37. South Omaha
Wojcech Raruh and wife to Balthas
.letter lot 12, block l, potter anu
Cobb's addition. South Omaha
Edward Cassldy and wife to Annie
Dunn lot 8 blocK 11 zna aonition to
Mt Doualas. South Omaha
Zora I. Shields to Louis Hlller E. 4
ft. lot 15 and W. 4 ft. lot lfl. block
6 First Sub-dlv. GrlfTln and Smith
James Hromatka and wife to Abols
and Marie Tuksa lot 20, block Z,
Melia's First addition. Eolith Omaha
John Kegan and wife to Frank Bvo-
boda and wife, lot e biocg t r orest
Hill addition i
John Schneider and wife to Thomas
J. O Nell lot 2 block 3M Boutn
Mahala E. Cox and husband to
Thomas J. O'Nell w. w it. lot
a hinric -U1 flouth Omaha
John V. Vacck and wife to James F.
Kastl and wife Bi or lot z, diocb;
10, 8 E. Roger's addition
John W. McDonald to Hugh H.
Thomas lot 11, Dioca ua, norencc.
MRS. FOSTER ASKS DIVORCE
Wife of Dentist-Legislator Complain
of Cruelty and La est of
Mrs. Grace Watrous Foster filed a petition
for divorce in district court Monday from
Dr. Harry A. Foster, a member of the last
legislature and a prominent dentist of the
city. She charges him with extreme cruelty
and failure properly to support her. She
also secured a restraining order from Judge:
Troup to prevent Dr. Foster from interfer
ing with her or their child, or Incumbering
or disposing of their property, until after
the hearing of the suit.
They were married, according to the pe
tition. March . 1804. and the domestic trou
ble started the following June. She charges
the defendant with personal violence ant
threats at frequent Intervals from that tlma
on. She also says he did not provide for
her as he should have and a part ot th
time she had to depend on her father. Jan
uary 1, 1906, she says he flew Into a rag
because dinner was not ready at o'clock.
Some time after that she ssys she went to
his office and told him she was going to
leave him and go to her father In Mllwatt
kee. He consented and gave her money to
go and then, she charges, took a revolver
from his desk and made her return th
money, saying If she left him It would ruin
his political prospects. In June she say
she left him and went to her parents, wher
she now Is. She asks for alimony and th
custody of the child.
Catherine Neu wants a divorce from
Jacob Neu, to whom she was married In
Germany In 174. She charges him with
extreme cruelty and nonsu,pport. She se
cured a restraining order to. keep him from
COUNCIL TELEPHONE PLAN
Committee Snbmlts Proposition to
Nebraska Company Which Is
Token I'nder Consideration.
The committee on telephones and tele
graph In the council hss submitted a pro
position to the Nebraska Telephone com
pany, which, If the latter accept, will se
cure It against the granting of a fran
chise to another company In this city.
The proposition, which consist of three
sections, has been tsken under advisement
by the company, but there ta a belief th
company will not be willing to agree with
out some modification of this proposition:
1. Reduction of the price on all business
telephones to 86 a month.
2. Connection and Interchange with alt
lines entering Omaha.
I. Free connection with Bouth Omaha.
It Is estimated that the total reduction
under the first and third heads will amount
to 7O.000 a year.
STREET STANDS MUST MOVE
Commercial Carbaarles Beeoaso Ob
ject of BaHdlnc Inspector
Building Inspector Wlthnell ha declared
war on the frultstand that permanently
monopolize sidewalk apace In the town dis
trict. One at Sixteenth and Harney street
on the southeast corner has been partic
ularly obnoxious to the merchants close
by. With the aid of awnings and other
contrivances a smalt hut of a building ha
been made to accommodate an establish
ment. The Inspector has discovered that
fourteen feet of street space Is occupied
and that the ordinance permit but four
feet to be used. He will Insist that th
stand move bark on the vacant lot on the
corner and rent specs there, or he will
carry the matter to the court.
Very Low Rates Tuesday.
Every Tuesday, balance of the year, th
Chicago Great Western railroad will at 11
homeseekers' ticket to Minnesota. North
Dakota and Canadian northwest at about
half rate; to other territory first and third
Tuesday. 'Writ W. H. Churchill, O. A.,
1612 Farnam street. Stat number la part
and when going.
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