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BOYLE8 BUSINESS COLLEGE
SCHOOL OF TELEGRAPHY
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6.
New Catalog Free. TeL Douglas 1981
Address H B. Bojrlea, President,
Boyle Building, Omaha, Neb.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
clalty of flra escapes, shutters, doora and
safe. G. Andreen, prop., 102 B. 10th St.
SIGN PAINTING 8. H. Cole, 1302 Douglas.
TRY Kelly Towel Supply. Tel. Doug. 8530.
IOWA Sanitary Cleaning Co., 191 Farnam.
A-NTI-MONOPOLY Garbage Co., 611 N. 18th.
Tel. Doug. 1778. Res. 'phone Doug. 7ul.
ELSA8SER A BRICE.
Machinist. 317 South 12th St
TYPEWRITERS rentod, ill makes, 22.60.
Fox Typewriter Co., 1822 Farnam,
WHERE TRUNKS ARE MADE.
Trunks, suit cases and shopping bags. Old
trunks taken in exchange. Repairing.
FRELING & 8TEINLK
410 N. 16th St. 'Phone Douglas 4996.
R M&21 Ag26
Do You Wish, to Make a Change.
If you have a farm, home, business or prop
erty that you want to sell or exchange
GLOBE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO.,
Omaha, Neb., or Sioux City, la.
BUY YOUR IIOME ON TIIE
EASY WAY PLAN.
Pay for it by MONTHLY PAYMENTS,
will either buy or build for you. No
money required until house Is ready for
occupancy. Call or write for particulars.
Agents, who ran give good references,
wanted in every city and town In the
state. W. G. Templeton, General Agent
for Nebraska, Bee Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Store building
and residence combined; ten rooms on
beat comer in Monroe, Neb., also $3,000
drug stock in same town; go well in above
620-acre ranch In Knox Co., Neb.; dwelling,
barn, water, etc., $16 per acre, also good
farms In Bon Homme Co., S. D. and
some small tracts near town and State
Normal school. Large list sent on appli
cation. George W. Snow, Sprlnfleld, B. D.
i Y-M2U1 lLx
10-ROOM rooming house, full of roomers;
good location. Address Q ii4, care of Bee.
BEST drug stock in southeast Nebraska;
about 26,000 cash required; sales 222,000;
profit 6,000. Address K 47, Bee.
Y M565 Aug21
WANTED Man with small capital, to join
me in an established manufacturing busi
ness, shirts and gents' furnishings for
the trade; $106 per month and expenses
to good, sober man: experience unneces
sary if able-to furnish good references.
Address L 2, Bee.
FOR SALE A first class job office with
A-l newspaper plant in connection, pub
lishing three papers In surrounding
towns; job type all new; doing good
business; excellent reasons for selling;
located at Hastings, Neb. Write now,
or come, aa thla anap will not last long.
Prices low. Address Box 616, Hastings,
Neb. Y M146
FOR SALE A stock of general mtr
chandise; invoice about 226,000; in a
good, prosperous South Dakota town:
business last year over 270,000; best of
reasons for selling. Address L 42, care
of Bee. Y M260 10
FULL roller flour mill In Iowa, bargain for
cash, or consider good Improved or un
improved Nebraska land. J. H. Rlgcs.
Waterloo, Neb. Y M385 7
FOR SALE A 27,000 stock of general mer
chandise stock and In best condition;
also store room, 36x76. with storage room
attached. Address L. LeBlanc, Upland,
Neb. Y-312 6x
FURNITURE -room flat, full of roomers.
Price reasonable. 610 N. 18th.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
SODA FOUNTAIN, any alse. 1818 Farnam.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO., best mixed
paint. Sherman A McConnell Drug Co.,
Omaha. Q 716
HALL'S safes, new. 2d-band. 1218 Farnam.
FOR. SALE Empty ink barrels. Inquire of
J. R. Campbell, tha mall room. y 643
FOR BALK New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables; we lead the world in
cheap bar fixtures; easy payments. Bruns-wlck-Balke-Collender,
407 S. 10in St
WE buy everything In the furniture line.
Chisago Furniture Co., 1410 Dodge,
One two-drawer Bealey letter cabinet
Two topa for Globe-Wernicke caaaa.
One laaiaar seat chair.
On letter preaa.
On fiat top desk.
One bookcaae with tor door, about
Two oak pedestal with base.
Call tor Ur. Wright. Bs office. Q-S33
FOR BALE Steam bouse beating boiler;
waa used to heat 8-room house; will be
sold ebeap. W. H. Bridges, engineer Baa
Bldg. ' W MiM
SEND U8 your mall order for druKs:
freight paid on 210 lota. Myera-Dlllon
Drug CO., oman. y 7j
FINE Minnesota tc for sale In carlots. A.
U. uuoeri co., council uiuns. y M364
FOR SALE Furniture and carpets of 7-
roora house, in wooie or in part, at a
bargain; must go at once. IU21 Marcy
st, m mm yx
FURNITURE and rug of 8-room house
for aale; some very choice mahogany
parlor pieces, leather goods, bed room
, suits, eto. These goods will not be given
away, but will be sold far below their
real .value: second-hand dealers need not
apply. Goods can be seen Sunday and
Monday afternoons. Auguat 6 and s. at
210 B. 24th Bt. Q 280 Cx
FINE upright piano at a sacrifice. No
reasonable offer refused. Dealers need
not apaJy. 1812 Davenport. Q M470 tx
COMPLETE household effects: good stuff
well selected, almost new; 40 cents on
21; leaving city. Telephone 6u0 Douglas.
VI M x
QUICK; my fin row, none better. Tele-
phone Douglas 2600. Q M467 18x
IF YOU do aot find what you want in this
column, put an ad In and you will soon
. get It r-a
FOR BALE OR TRADE.
2.600 acre of very rich farming and pas
ture land, seven miles from Callaway,
6i0 acres under cult Ivsi Ian. two sets of
buildings and a very desirable place. Re
duce1 (rem 210 to 28 per acre for quick
sate ar trade. Thla ta a anap. Addreia
U. E BRA.UA, Callaway, eb.
WANTED MALE HELP
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 3.
All departments Day and night sessions.
Write or call for free souvenir catalogue.
HOUR BOUGH BROS., Prop's.,
19th and Farnam Sts., Omaha.
WANTED Cigar maker; 8 rollers and I
bunch breakers; will pay the next of
prices to go out of town; will send tickets.
Address il 12, care of Bee. B 723
DRl'O STORKS bought and sold; drug
cleiks wanted. F. V. Kniest, 624 N. Y. L.
MEN with teams to sell line of medicines.
Star Med. Co., Charles City. la.
B 891 augSx
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; the
advantages we offer save years of ap
prenticeship; positions waiting; top
wages; the rush for barbers never so
freat; special offer now. Call or write
loler Barber college, 1116 Fsrnam St.
B M118 aug&x -
CIVIL SERVICE Want young men to pre
pare. See L'nderhlll, 3320 North 24th.
B M2SS augll
YOUNG MAN, Al references, to sell type-
B M124 augl8
WANTED Brick handlers and laborers at
the Avery brlok yard, two miles south
of Albright; boarding house at riant
WANTED Good marble cutter; good
wages; steady employment. Glldea At
Glldea, Norfolk Marble Works, Norfolk,
Neb. B M4.8
WANTED For the U. S. marine corps,
men between ages 21 and 36; an oppor
tunity to see the world. For further In
formation see poster In postoffice of any
county seat In the state of Nebraska
giving address of recruiting office located
therein. B M846 S30x
WANTED-Car builders, repairers and
truckmen. Cudahy Packing Co., South
Omaha. B-M840 A-10
PARTIES desiring to work In sugar fsc
tory at Leavltt, Neb., during the coming
campaign, which is expected to start
September 15. will please file application
now. The better positions will be as
signed parties who file application prior
to August 20, and later applicants will be
assigned what may be left after that
date. Address W. H. Ferguson, agent,
Leavltt, Neb. B-M214 11
600 YOUNG MEN to prepare for firemen
and brakemen; experience unnecessary;
firemen, 2100; brakemen, 280 per month,
with rapid promotion to englnoer or con
ductor; hundreds of positions open.
Call or write for particulars at once.
National Railway Training Ass'n, blO
Paxton block, Omaha, Neb.
B M208 septl
WANTED Five boys, good wages, per
manent Job. A. D. T. Co., 212 6. 13th St.
WANTED Two first-class tinners, with
experience, on furnace work. Milton
Rogers & Sons Co. B- M232
BLACKSMITH, iron worker, wire worker
and boys 17 to 19 to learn trade. Apply
at Iron Works, 611 S. 16th St.
Steady work. C. B. Havens & Co., 14th
and " Webster. B 282 6
BOOKKEEPER wanted; competent ledger
man for city accounts In large retail
store; one with retail experience pre
ferred. Address L 60 Bee, B M398 7
WANTED Iji borers for Illinois, Kansas,
Nebraska, Colorado. Wyoming, carpenters
and helpers. Ed. Rothery's General In
formation Bureau, 111 S. 14th. B 436 llx
WANTED Good coatmaker.
Council Bluffs, la.
E. 8. Hicks,
B M441 7
WANTED Clerk In retail cigar store, state
age and experience; give name of previous
employer. Address L 51 Bee. B 464
WANTED Fireman, at Puritan laundry,
2810 Farnam. B 460 8
WANTED Sober, Industrious Germaii
speaklng grocery clerk, must be a hust
ler; good wages to right party; stata
wages wanted. A. F. Orlmm Co., ParK
ston. S. D. B M476 10
John A. Elnfnlt,
WANTED Good barber; steady Job, 210
per week. Address C. D. Arthurs, Coznd,
Neb. B M466 8x
WANTED Clerk In men's furnishing goods
store; with or without experience; give
reference. Address L 62, Bee office
B M4S3 8
WANTED Six bricklayers to work on col
lege at Huron. S. D. ; wages 65 centa per
hour and fare. Apply to J. H. Mckel,
Huron, S. D.
WANTED FEMALE HELP
WANTED Experienced cloak aalesladles
for fall season: none other need apply.
Address K 6, Bee. C 411
WANTED Woman cook, 235 per month;
must furnish recommendations. Address
L 7, Bee. C M8E.6
WANTED Girl for
C 278 6x
2910 Harney St.
WANTED Girl for general housework;
also nurse girl. 2608 Dewey Ave.
WANTED An experienced girl for general
housewjrK, no washing. 416 8. 3stn St.
Phone Harney 2650. C M384
WANTED Some good ironers and good.
strong woman to help with washing.
2813 Leavenworth. C M396 7x
GIRL for general housework; good wage.
lis B. 36th St. c M40S
WANTED A chambermaid at the Creche,
Nineteenth and Harney. C M472 9x
WANTED 3ood plain cook at once, wages
; a weeK. ine nose. Aim Harney st.
WANTED Mangle girl.
m Laundry. 211 bo. nth.
SALESMAN WANTED One acquainted
with the drug and dry goods trade and
familiar with perfumes and toilet arti
cles. Address L 36, care Bee.
WANTED Hardware salesman; an ener
getic young man with at least 6 years
experience. Address, with references, L
67, Bee, stating sulary expected. L 247
SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW, aad
needed by everybody; our 22,000 Combina
tion Policies, covering all accidents, dls
eases and occupations; costing only 26
per annum each, payable quarterly; lnsued
oy tnis bociety only, over lauo.ono already
paid In benefits. AGENTS WANTED
large commissions and exeiualve terri
tory given. Address NATIONAL ACC1
DENT SOCIETY. 320 Broadway, New
lum. E.oiADuisnLU a. i.Ano. j
WANTED Agents to represent u In tha
sale of our western Kansas lands. Glob
Land and Investment Co., Omaha, Neb.,
sna sioux city, la. J uiJ is
WANTED By young woman, college
graauato as omce asistaut or clerk Ad
dress I. 49. Bee A M397 Sx
LYNGSTAD High Grade 1907 Calendars,
a todve 8- E- corner ttth Bt. and
w. .ivii.u, capltol Ave. 748
ENGRAVING and printing. Kotera 4
Co., 1610 Howard. Tea Douglas 3a)7.
CENTRAL PRINT1NO CO.. U0 S 17TH.
LEADING PALMIST OF OMAHA.
Eventful and truibful predictions given-
van us t. istn sli Upt. Boston More.
Hardly a subscriber who doesn't read the per
sonal ads on the Bee Want Ad Page. You
should have yours there.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European hotel. 13th and Fsrnam.
Doug. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunks
Thurston hotel; rooms 21. 50 up per week.
FOR RENT 2 or 8 beautiful rooms, fur
nished or unfurnished, very central.
Woodiard Art Co., 518 Broadway., Co.
Bluffs. E M126
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18th and Capitol Ave.,
south front; rooms wiui or wunoui noaru.
FURNISHED room in new modern house.
2306 Douglas St. E-35
BEAUTIFULLY furnished room In strictly
private family to one or two ladies with
references. Reasonable. 2002 8. 13th.
First-class house In Stanford Clrele.
E M3H5 7x
ONE large south room; modern; hot water
heat. 1908 Capitol Ave. E-M4QQ 7
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Doug. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunks
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms, cafe.
NICELY furnished cool rooms, excellent
board rates reasonable. The Rose, 2020
Harney St. F-M607 A27x
NICE cool airy rooms, close In, with home
cooking. 202 8. 25th 6t.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
CENTRAL, 2 rooms;
Tlxard, 220 N.
FOR RENT HOUSES
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas 125. Schmoller &
Mueller Piano Co., 1311-1313 Farnam.
TTnTTSFQ n 'l parts of the city. R.
tt.UUO.Lid g peters Co., Bee Bldg.
IlUUOIiO O. F. Davis Co., 608 Be e Bldg.
Rlngwalt, Barker Bk.
OMAHA Van & Storage Co.. pack, move,
store H. H. goods; storehouse, 1120-24 N.
19th. Office, 1511 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1659.
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel. Doug. 1496. Office, 1713 Web
ster St D 738
Bee us when shipping household goods to
large cities west. We can save you
money. EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY
CO., 214 N. Sixteenth St. Tel. Doug. 1196.
CENTRAL, 4 or 6-room fiats.
D II till
SEVERAL at 212 to 226. Chris Boyer, 22d
and Cuming St 'Phone Doug. 2M0.
414 S. 29th ST., 7 rooms, modern. 222.50. John
N. Frenxer, Opp. old P. O. D M416
COUNSMAN-VAN BURGH CO.
Storage and transfer. Best storage house
in the city. Immediate attention given.
1529-31-33 N. 16th St. Tel. Douglas 4619.
- D M169 Ag31
6-ROOM cottage, 8th and Pierce.
D M263 7x
HOUSES FOR RENT.
2227 Dodge, 12 rooms, modern 2n0.00
3S30 Seward, 7 rooms, modern 2o.00
3312 Sherman Ave., new, 6 rooms, mod. 2 -00
2303 Cass, 8 rooms, modern....; 236.00
2521 Bristol, 7 rooms, modern 228.60
GARVIN BROS., ltit4 FARNAM.
6-ROOM at 816 S. 25th St
D M430 7x
AMERICAN TRANSFER CO.. household
goods stored; dry rooms, low prices.
'lJhone 1002. 1106 Farnam. D M131
FOR RENT 10-room modern house 22d
and Seward; inquire J. B. West 2123
Seward. D 456 8x
9-ROOM house with all modern Improve
ments, No 1524 North 17th St. Possession
given September 1, 1906. Apply to A. B.
Hunt, Bee building or telephone Douglas
3367. D 155 9x
7-ROOM, modern house, easily heated, 1X3
No. 2th St.. 220. Turklngton, 602 Bee.
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Desk room in Be office, city
hall building, 417 N. 26th St, South
Omaha. Apply to manager. 1134
NO EQUAL, laundry, drug store. Tlzard,
220 N. 23d. l isaoua
STORE ROOM for rent, 406 S. 15th, Or-
pheum Theater Bldg. uyDaii, loia uoug-
DESK room for rent. 544 Bee Bldg.
FOR RENT One 4-story brick store with
cement basement and gooa elevator; imi
Douglas. Building will be put In good
order at once. Inquire at 120U Douglas.
John Linder. I M623
ROOM 20x50, rear. 817 8. 16th St. I 859
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam, 6 and 54
per cent loans on real estate; no delay.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans and warranta. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 13J0 Farnam St
BUILDING toans on residence property; 6
per cent W. B. Melkle, Ramge Klk.
LOWE8T RATES Bern Is,
PRIVATE MONEY-F. D. Wead, 1520 Doug.
1,I0.000 TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property in Omaha; lowest rales;
no delay. Thomas Brennan, R. 1, N. V.
Life. - W-758
WANTED City loan. R. C. Peters & Co.
City ic farm loans.
O. F. Carson Co.. N.Y.L.
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Thomas, 5u First National Bank Bldg.
LOANS made on Omaha improved prop
erty; also for building purposes. Hast
ings & Heyden. 1704 Farnam. W 693 25
LOST Gold brooch, in shape of a knot
Reward on return to Bee office.
LOST A small note book, with black hard
covers, which contain many Jewish and
English addresses written of many cltiea
Finder will please return to S. Greenberg,
115 8. 14th St. Finder will also be re
warded. O M351 Tx
LOST Lady' rose gold brooch with small
diamond and pearl settings. Reward for
return to Bee office. Lost 447 9x
LOST iJidles gold watch, between Harney
and Davenport, near 30th. probably on
boulevard. Return to 1214 Farnam. Re
ward. Tel. Douglas 1158. Lost 453 6x-
FINDER of lady's brown alltgtor handbag
containing money and spectacles write L
41, Bee. Reward. i-o.t 459 ix
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
Orchard Hill Bargain
A finely located, all modern home
of eight large rooms, with modern
bath; large closets In all bed
rooms; cemented cellar, separate
vegetable cellar; extra good fur
nace; barn, electric lighted, room
for four horses, three vehicles.
Everything about the place Is In
the best of repair; 1H blocks to
car. Price, 26,500. Will give terms.
This is a bargain. Owner is leav
ing city and has placed price far
below actual value. See us at
once about It.
BENSON & CARIWICHAEL
642 Paxton Block.
RE M268 7
REDUCED TO $3,750
Two blocks from car line,
on a paved street, lot 60x120,
nice shade trees and shrub
berry, house has 10 rooms, fur
nace, gas, mantels and grates;
built by owner for his own
home; anxious to sell because
they want to move Into a new
and larger home.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
First Floor N. Y. L. Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 178L
RE M390 7
STRANGE THAT MEN
will Invest all they have In this world
In a home, and fall to require any evi
dence from the party from whom they
purchased to prove the title, wnen by
calling on the
MIDLAND GUARANTEE & TRUST CO.
they could get a perfect abstract of the
property, at a very reasonable price.
N. P. DODGE, JR., Pres.,
Midland Guarantee and Trust Co.,
1714 Farnam St
RE 466 7
, DON'T WAIT
For a new abstract company to make your
title from the beginning. We have your
title already on our books and can make
an abstract on short notice at low price.
MIDLAND GUARANTEE AND TRUST
1714 Farnam Street.
RE 462 7
A fine piece of trackage property, 147x 2234,
on U. P. track, at 5th and Jones Sts.;
212,000 will take It for immediate sale.
Room 1 New Yorg Life Bldg.
6-ROOM cottage, lot 33x140, on good street
in South Omaha; price 21.000; mortgage
2450 In building and loan, payable month
ly; good investment; rents 212.60. Room
3. 13-4 Farnam St. RE M354 7
U. 8. Sale Bureau, 304 Neville block. Real
Estate and Investments.
RE M425 84
SAMPSON & SONS'
608 Bee Bldg. ' 'Phone Douglas 2860.
BUY, SELLrAND RENT
NICE five-room cottage In Council Bluffs;
located on high ground. Owner wishes
to leave city will . sell very cheap. A
LEREW LAND CO.
305 So. 13th St.
KERR-SHALLCR08S CO.'S ABSTRACTS
OF TITLES are the safest You are pro
tected by a 210,000 bond against loss by
errors. You don't buy a law suit when
you buy a "Kerr" abstract 1614 Farnam.
Tel. Doug. 5487. RE
FOR SALE FARMS
GRAIN AND STOCK
480 acres level land, soil is
of black vegetable mold on a
heavy clay subsoil. I very
rich, works fine, having no
rocks or stones; 300 acres in
cultivation, balance pasture
and hay land; good fences,
sheds and other outbuilding
and windmill; neat 6-room
dwelling. Price, only' 210 an
acre. It would make an ideal
PAYNE INVESTMENT Co.
First Floor N. Y. L. Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 1781.
H M3S9 7
640 ACRES ONLY
$4 AN ACRE
Five miles from Sidney,
county seat of Cheyenne
county. Soil is a black vege
table mold on a heavy clay
subsoil; is very rich and
works fine; no stones.
PAYNE INVESTMENT Co.
First Floor N. Y. L. Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 1781.
FINE FARMS AND RANCH
LANDS, UNION PACIFIC
is closing out its lands in western
braska, Colorado and Wyoming.
From 23.00 to 25 00 per acre.
Take advantage of the low price
tasy term offered, tha opportunity
soon be gone.
Special excursion rate to the land.
For further Information apply to
UNION PACIFIC LAND AGENCY,
S18 South 15th St., Omaha, Neb.
H M 451 11
Iowa and eastern Nebraska farms; 215 to
220 per acre down; balance long time.
Low rate of Interest.
Get next to some of our bargain.
LEREW LAND CO.
305 8o. 13th St.
H M474 13
Western Kansas "Wheat Lands
60.000 acres of fine wheat lands, 24.00 to
216.00 per acre. Special excursions every
Tuesday. Write for particulars. Globe
Land and Investment Co., Omaha, Neb.,
aud Sioux City, la. HM 421 All
WIRE and Iron Fencing, Hitching Posts,
Wire Trellis. Omaha Wire and Iron
Works, uo7 liee Bldg. Tel. Red t9a.
ANCHOR anC Tron Fencing; Wlr Fencing
5c per foot. 206 N. 17tb Bt Tel Red 514.
WITHOUT AN Ol'ERATION ALL kinds
of piles cured Internal, external, blind,
bleeding or Itching piles. A guarantee
given In every esse treated by Dr. Max
well, who has bad twenty-five yeara' ex
perience In treating piles. Hundreds of
testimonials given on application. 614 Bee
Bldg., Omaha, Neb. Phone Douglas 1424.
ANY POOR GIRL In need of a friend call
or write to the matron of the Salvation
Army Home for Women at 3824 N. 24tli
St., Omaha, Neb. U-M100
TRY KELLY'S Laundry.
DR. ROY, Chiropody, R. 2 & 3, 1605 Farn'm
PRIVATE confinement home; Mrs. Dr.
King, 2018 N. 21st St Tel. Doug. 3559.
Pf FATINO BuUonsRuchTng.
1 LLn 1 111VJ Embroidering,
Dyeing and Cleaning, Sponging and Shrink
ing, only 6c per yard. Send for price list
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
200 Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 193S.
f IIIMrvM C- t T X B 1 E. A M.
PRIVATE home during confinement Mrs.
Uardcll, 2216 Charles. Tel. Doug. 5311.
THE 8alvstlon Army solicits cast-oft
clothing; In fact, anything you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell, at 114
N. 11th St., for cost of collecting to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 4135 snd
wagon will call. U 5(1
f A nKF.TTP OSTEOLOGY. Mrs. Rlt--UAUlMLll
tenhouse, 410 N. 16th St.
Room 2, 2d floor. U M3S1 316
FREE medical and surgical treatment nt
Creighton Medical College, 14th and
Davenport Sts. Special attention paid
to confinement cases. All treatment su
pervised by college professors. 'Phone
Doug. 1167. Calls answered day or night
THE City Garbage Co. Office. 14th and
Leavenworth Sts. Tel. Douglas 1387.
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan 8m
itarlum, 728 First Ave., Council Bluff-i,
la. Tel. 774. U-322
SURVEYING, Blickensderfer, 812 Bee Bldg.
OMAHA Stammerer Institute, Ramge Bldg.
f AGKF.TTf! treatment and bath. Mme.
l.U.l.CIlMJiJ.C gmltn 11S N ij 2d floor-
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall; cut
prices. Send for free catalogue. Myeri
Dlllon Drug Co., Omaha. U 77i
WE RENT sewing machines at 21 per
week; we sell second-hand machines 25
up. Nebraska Cycle Co.. corner 15th and
Harney. Tel. Douglas 1663. U 773
DRS. VOGEL, private hospital for women
and for ladles before and during confine
ment 2319 8. 13th St, Omaha, Neb
MAGNETIC n. i6th st.
second floor, room .
U M800 augtS
CHIROPODIST Dr. Dunbar, 206 Neville
block; halrdressing, etc. Douglas 6170.
U Mill) Aug30
ARCHITECT O. L. Broline, 618 Bee Bldg.
OMAHA Steam Paste Co. manufacture
pure flour paste. 2210 Cuming. TeL
Doug. 4621. U
BUSINESS lunch fifteen cents. Regular
dinner twenty-five cents. Short orders at
all hours. Ed. Rothery, 141 8. 14th. D.
H. Rump, Manager-Prop. U M478 13x.
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Gray's Nerve
Food Pills" 21 box, postpaid. Sherman &
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 774
DR. PRIES, specialist, women' diseases,
weaknesses, discharges. Irregularities,
cured painlessly and safely. Wlthnell
block, 15th and Harney, room 2, Omaha.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
EVERYBODY NEEDS IT.
And this 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.
207-202 Paxton Block.
X M362 11
Our employes are well Informed and
courteous and we are always pleased to
explain our manner of loans. We teil
you to the cent what the cost will be and
if you conclude that it will not pay yuu
to borrow there 1 no harm done.
We loan on furniture, pianos, live stock
and other chattels and lo salaried people
upon their own agreement to pay.
We offer you rates as low as you will find
and our facilities for quick and confi
dential services are unsurpassed.
We are the oldest concern in our line in
the city and we always try to please our
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN
119 Board of Trade Bldg. 'Phone Doug. 2235.
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Heed, 310 S.
Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Advances private money on chattels or
salary; easy to get; no red tape; you get
money aame day asked for at small cu.i.
Open evenings till 7. X 778
CHATTEL and salary loans.
Credit Co., 633 Paxton block.
EAGLE LOAN OFFICE; reliable, accom
modating; all business confidential. 13ul
Douglas. X 741
FURNITURE, live stock, salary loans.
Duff Green Loan Co., room 8, Barker
block. X 764
DR. PRIBENOW'8 PRIVATE MONEY
loaned on furniture, pianos, aulary,
horses, etc., in any amount, at less tuan
half the rate; no red tape; perfect pri
vacy; immediate attention; on any tonus
wanted; paymenta suspended in case of
sickness or out of employment. Room
214 Karbach block. 3u S. 15th St X 762
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
and others without security; easy pay
ments. Offices In 52 principal cities. Tul
man, room 714, New York Life Bldg.
CHATTELS, salary snd Jewelry loans.
Foley Loan Co.. 1504 Farnam St X 7
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy old feather beds and
pillows. Address American Feather Co.,
General delivery and buyer will call.
WANTED TO BUY SECOND-HAND
FURNITURE, stoves, carpeta, clothing
and shoe. Pay the beat prices. Tel.
Douglas 3971. N 458 85
DINAN Daniel, aged 4R years.
Funeral Tuesday morning. August 7, at
10 o'clock, from Hesfev and Hsfey's un
dertaking rooms to Holy frVpulchre ceme
tery. BAI.INE Brucs N., aged 4 months 1 days.
Infant son of Mr. snd Mrs. N. J. Ballne,
August 8. Iii,
Funeral Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clork
from family residence, 24;7 South Twentieth.
Interment National cemetery. Friends In
vited. DUFI R Nellie, August . aged 48 years
months, beloved wife of H. P. Dufur.
Funeral thla (Tuesday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock from Harry B Davis' under
taking parlor. 411 South Fifteenth stre-.-t
to Forest Lawn. Interment private.
Great Western Granite Co. Douglas
L. HENDERSON. 1519 Farnam. Tel. Doug.
F. J. LARSON A CO., patent lawyer;
patent book free. Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
SHARPE MACHINE WORKB-Patents
procured. Inventions developed, drawings,
patterns, castings, machine work. 604-612
8. 10th St. -747
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. Na
tional Investment Co., 53 Douglas Hlk
L. H. GARDNER. 611 First Nat Bank.
Power plants, manufacturing pro-ceases,
ice plants, tests. Inspection, reports.
BUY plumbing supplies direct. Wholesale
prices. Save on every article. Only first
class goods handled. Prompt attention
to every order. Send for catalogue. B. F.
Karol, 236 Harrison St., Chicago, 111. .
CUT-RATE railway ticket everywhere.
P. H. Philbln. 1505 Farnam. 'Phone Doug.
LAW & COLLECTIONS
J. M. Macfarland. 309 N. Y. L. Bldg. Tel.
Doug. 6S58. 7?9
FOR RENT ACREAGE
TWENTY acre with house and barn. Ill
8. 16th St. M15
JOHNSON Institute, 418 N.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
IMO.t STATION TENTH AND MARCY
Overland Limited a 9:40 am a 8:18 pra
The China and Japan
Fast Mall a 4:15 pm a 6:10 pm
Colo. & Calif Ex a 4:16 pm a 9:80 am
California & Ore. Ex. .a 4:25 pm a 6:10 pm
Los Angeles Limited.... all :0 am a!0:45 pm
Fast Mall a 1:55 pm a 2:80 pm
Colorado Special a 7:46 am a 7:44 am
North Platte Local a 8:10 am a 4:60 pm
Beatrice Local b 8:16 pm b 2:00 pm
Chicago Ureal Western.
St Paul & Minneapolis. 8:30 pm 7:10 am
Bt Paul & Minneapolis. 7:46 am 11:50 pm
Chicago Limited 6:40 pm 2:00 am
Chicago Expreaa 7:46 am 11:50 pm
Chicago Express 2:20 pm 840 pra
Chicago Jt Northwestern.
Local Cedar Rapid a 7.-06 am a 6:00 pro
Chicago Daylight a 8:00 am 11:30 pin
Chicago Limited a 8:18 pm 9:16 am
Carroll Local .'.a 4:32 jini 9:o0 am
Bt Paul Fast Mail a 8:25 pm 7:06 am
Bioux C. & 81. P. Local. b 3:60 pm a 9:85 am
Fast Mail 2:30 pm
Chicago Express a 6:60 pm a 7.8o am
Chicago Limited all:ou pm 11:16 am
Norfolk & Boneateel ...a 7:40 am 10:85 am
Lincoln & Long Pine... a 7:40 am 10: .16 am
Casper & Wyoming. ...a 8:00 pm a 6:05 pm
Deadwood & Lincoln. ..a 8:00 pm 6:06 pm
Haatlngs & Superior. ...b 8:00 pm 6:06 pm
Fremont-Albion b 6:02 pm bl2:40 pm
Chicago Local all :30 am 8:46 pm
Shoshonl Express al2:30 am a 8:00 am
Twin City Limited 7:60 am 10:00 pm
Chicago Express a 8:00 am a 2:66 pm
Chicago Limited a 6:0w pm a 7:80 am
Cuicmbvo, ttovit. Island A faclae.
Chicago Limited a 8:2a am a 7:10 am
Iowa Local a 7:0u am a 4:30 pin
Chicago Mall a 8:16 am J0:10 pm
Iowa Local bl2:16 pm b 2:66 pm
Chicago (Eastern Exp.). a 4:06 pm a 1:46 Pm
Chicago tlowa Limited). a :3o pm al2:iw pm
Rocky Mountain Lim...a 7:20 am a 8:16 am
Colo. & Cal. Express. ..a 2:01 pm a 8:56 pm
Okl. & Texas Exp.. a 4:40 pra all: 06 pm
Colorado Fast Mall ...,al0:10 pin a 7:36 am
a dally, b dally except 8unday.
Chicago, Milwaukee at Bt. Paul.
CM. St Colo. Special.... a 7:66 am a 7:20 am
California & Ore. Ex. ..a 6:46 pm a 2:10 pm
Overland Limited a 8:35 pm a 2:20 am
Marlon A Cedar R. Loc.b 6:46 am bll:00 pm
Bt. Louis Express a 2:00 am a 6:20 pm
K. C. & St L. Expresa.. all;I6 pm a 6:00 pm
Bt. Louis Exprea a 6:80 pm a 8:40 am
bi ixmiB Lucal (from
Council Bluffs) a 9:16 am ai0.20 pra
Stanberry Local (from
Council Bluffs) b 6:00 pm bllJO am
BURLINGTON STATION lOth MASON.
Denver & California. ...a 4:10 pm a 4.30 pm
Black Hills a 4:10 pm a 6:) pm
Northwest Special a 4:10 pm a 9:05 am
Northwest Express U:10 pm a 6:30 pm
Nebraska Express a 9:10 am a 7:40 pm
Nebraska Local a 8:00 am
Lincoln Local a 9:06 am
Lincoln Fsst Mail b 2:00 pm al2:20 pm
Ft. Crook A Plat lam'h..b 2:60 pm bl0:26 am
Bellevue & Plaltam'h..a 7:60 am a 8:30 am
Denver Limited a 7:10 am
Believue & Pac. June. ..a 3:30 am a 8:30 am
Bellevue fc Pac. June. ..a 9:10 am a 1:50 pm
Chicago Special a 7:26 am a 1:'A am
Chicago Express a 8:46 pm a 3:66 pm
Chicago Flyer a 8:05 pm a 7:36 am
Iowa Local a 2:16 am al0:63 pm
bt. Louis Express a 4:46 pm all:30 am
Kansas Clly-St. Joe....al0:45 pm a 6:45 am
Kanaas City-St. Joe. ...a 9:15 am a 4:10 pm
Kansas Clty-Bt. Joe.. ...a 4:46 pm
WEBSTER DEPOT 16th A WEBSTER,
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis A
Twin City Passenger. . .b (:80 am b 9:10 pm
Sioux City Passenger. ..a 2:00 pm all:20 am
Emeraon Local b 6:20 pm b 1:10 am
Emerson Local e 8:46 am c 6:60 pra
Nebraska Local, via
Weeping Water b 2:60 pm bl2J0 pm
a Daily, b Dally except Sunday. 4 Dally
except Saturday, c Sunday only, a Dally
Scandinavian American Line
V) Largs Past lvii Borsw Fasassgu iluin
NORWAY. SWEDEN and DENMARK
Sailing from New York at noon,
lu r.blo 140.00 sod upward. It Cbln 147 to.
HEI-LIG OtAV Ana. 14, SpC f
UNITED STATES Aug. 30, Oct 11
fiMTAH II BeDt. 13. Oct. 26
C. F. TIETGEN Bept. 20, Nov. 1
for Tlrkoti pplr to Local Aimtti. or ta
A. E. JOHNSON. I Broadway, N. Y.
Charge for Bad Dost.
Mmdav morning: In police court Tom
Ferguson awore two complaints against
John Moon snd Tome iiorne, cnarging mem
with keeping vicious dogs. Ferguson sl
leged that he and brother Edward were
walking along the alley at the rear of
2814 Webater when Moon and Home aet
f.n them with three bull doga. Tom Fer
guson sustained several biles and was at
tended by the police surgeons.
GRAIN RECEIPTS JUMP MCE
Mak Idom of 0o Hundred TlirtT-Bu
Fr Cent Darin July.
THREE AND ONE-HALF MILLION BUSHEL!
F.arller Mfttratrst of Wheal Aeesasti
for Greater rart at Thla Eaor
mnaa Gala, Oala aad Cora
One hundred and thirty-six per cent In
crease in total grain receipt 1 the re
murkablo showing made by the Omab.i
Grain exchange for July of thla year
compared with the ssme month of lel
The figures, which have Just been com-,
piled by Secretary McVann, show receipt
of 8,877.000 bushels for the month Just
closed, while for July of last year tM
amount received waa 1,812,000 bushel.
The greater part of this Increase I due
to the earlier movement of wheat, only
444,000 bushels of which came to Omaha,
in July of 1906, as against 2.226.200 bush
els for July of 190S. Corn and oat hov
On account of the fact that througa
July the local shippers were holding
their grain to take advantage of the low
tariffs east in August, the shipments for
July this yenr Were but little In excess of
last year, the figures being 1,895,500 bush
els and 1,563,600 bushels. Receipts for
June of this year were 8,108,200 bushel
and shipments 2,445,000 bushels.
Following Is a table of receipts and
shipments for July, 1908:
Wheat 2.225.200 228. OOt
Corn 992,200 1. 3H0.no;
Oats 852.000 JifUOO
Rye s.ooo 2.001
Barley 6,000 1.01C
Totals 2,877,400 1,895.504
Following 1 the table for July, 1906:
Rye . . ,
SCALPERS BLAME RAILROADS
Ticket Brokers Say They Have Always
Had Co-Operation of Trans
"Get the business, but don't get caught,"
Ticket broker In a legal warfare with
the railroads make affidavit that this has
been the common Injunction given them by
the railroads for years and declare "but
for the railroads' aid we could not have re
mained in business these years." J. J.
Philbln In his testimony stated he and other
brokers were frequently furnished by th
railroads with "notransferable" ticket with
the direction to fill in fictitious name in
order that tbe roads might obtain business
over competing lines.
These are some of the developments in
the case wherein the railroads are seeking
to have the ticket broker enjoined by tha
federal court Judge J. M. Carland of
Sioux Falls Is presiding in the absence of
The plaintiff railways are the Union Pa
cific, Northwestern, Rock ( Island, Chicago
Great Western, Burlington; Illinois Central
and Milwaukee. The defendants are J. J.
Philbln, Philip H. Philbln Ed Murphy and
the Ticket Brokers' association representa
tive both In Omaha and Lincoln.
The contention of the railroads I that
their business Is seriously damaged through
the sale of ticket by broken and scalp
ers, and that they frequently algn the
name of others than the original purchas
er of the nontransferable tickets to such
tickets, thereby committing a fraud.
The ticket brokers claim they have been
In business In Omaha from twenty to thirty
yeara, engaged In handling these ticket
with the full consent of the railroads and
to grant the prayer of the railroads at this
time would destroy the business of the
ticket broker and compel them to seek
other lines of business. In one of the affi
davits It 1 admitted that the name of other
than the original purchaser of a nontrans
ferable ticket was signed to such ticket by
tha broker, but that It was authorised by
the railroads and that he had been fre
quently solicited to sell such tickets and
had been furnished such tickets.
Practically all of Monday was devoted to
the reading of the several affidavits and
petitions, of which there are a large num
ber filed by both the railroads and tha
brokers. The case will not go to argument
LESSONS ON BEDS AND BABES
Demonstrations on How to Make
Former and Bathe Latter Fes.
tares of Gradaatlon.
Demonstration on how to bathe bsbtes
and make beds will be features of the pro
gram at the graduating exercises of tha
training school for nurses connected with
the county hospital. These cxerclsee will
be held In district court room No. 1 August
23 and Invitation will be Issued to the
public to attend them. Superintendent
Ferrar, who will be In general charge,
promises an entertaining and instructive
program for tha public.
Chairman Tralnor of the county hospital
committee will preside. The opening ad
dress will be by Father Hopkins and will
be followed by addresses by Chairman
Brunlng of the board and Dr. Bummer.
Then will come demonstration of bed
making, with and without patients; ban
daging and bathing of babies. These will
be followed by the presentation of dip
lomas and pin and addresses by those in
terested. The graduates are: Jennie E. Vawter,
Katherlne Kelly. Lillian Maullk, Edna B.
Grave and Edith M. Andrew.
NEW CITIZEN PAPERS GOOD
Hatarallsalloas l ater IlXNi uw win -Not
Have to Be Mad
Persons who have taken out natural!.
tlon paper In Douglas county since th law
of 1903 went Into effect will be relieved to
learn their papers are good and will not
have to be taken out anew. In many of
the courts of the country, It is reported, th
new provisions of the 1903 law were not
complied with and In all such cases th
papers will have to be taken out again
under the new law which goea Into effect In
The law of 1903 was passed Just after the
assassination of President McKlnley, and
it provided an addition to th oath taken
by the applicant for cltlsenahlp. The new
oath Is to the effect he doe not belong to
any anarchistic organisation and Is not op
posed to all forms of government. A num
ber of the courts Issuing papers did not
conform to the new law, but according to
Deputy Clerk Gallagher of the Douglss
county district court the new provision
have been complied with since th law
went into effect.
.fX to Mllwaake and Rttsrs
via Cbleano Great Westers Railway
account Eagle' convention August 11
Tickets on sale August 11 and It Return
limit August 22. For further information
apply to H H. Churchill, O. A., 1512 Far.
nam Bt, Omaha. Neb,
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