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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: MONDAY,, AUGUST 13, JQ06V
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the enormia aaal laaftf edltloa.
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for lao thaw aoo for ho fleet laser
tloa. These advertleesaeata aaaat to
Advertisers, by rcoaeatla a bob,.
rod cheek, caa kart answers ad
dressed lo a aaatborod latter la cart
ol The Bee. Aaswers ao addreeaed
arUl be dallrored aa roeeatatloa of
BOTLE3 BUSINESS COLLEGE
8CUOOL OF TELEGRAPHY
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4.
DAY AND NIGHT.
New Catalog Free. Tel. Douglas 181
Addreea H. B. Boyle, President,
Boyle Building, Omaha, Neb.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
cialty of Ore escapes, shutters, doors and
pales. O. Andreen, prop., 102 8. 10th St.
TON PAINTING 8. H. Cole, 1802 Douglas.
. . r-iu
THT Kelly's Towel Supply.' Tel. Doug. 3&30.
, ; 1
.IOWA Sanitary Cleaning Co., 1B18 Farnara,
I R 711
UnTI-MONOPOLT Garbage Co., sa N. 18th.
TeL Doug. 1779, Res. -'phone Doug. 70hi.
' R 713
EL8A8SER A BRICE,
Machinist. U7 South 12th St. Tel., 6837.
TYPEWRITERS rented, til makes, 12.60.
Pox Typewriter Co., 182J Farnam.
R M367 Auglt
WHERE TRUNKS ARE MADE.
Trunka, suit cases and shopping bags. Old
trunks taken in exchange. Repairing.
FRELING & 8TEINLE.
410 N. 18th St. 'Phone Iwuglas 4995.
R Mlul Ag2
FINE Minnesota Ice, In carload lots. Crys
tal Ice Co., Minneapolis, Minn. R 538
Dp You Wish to Make a Change.
If you have a farm, home, business or prop
erty that you want to sell or exchange
OLOBB LAND AND INVESTMENT CO.,
Omaha, Neb., or Sioux City, la.
'0-ROOM rooming house, full of roomers;
good location. Address O 64, care of Bee.
BEST drug stock In southeast Nebraska;
about 6,000 cash required; sales $;a.ooo;
profit 16,000. Address K. 47. Bee.
. Y-M565 Aug21
FOA SALE A first class lab 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, as thia snap will not last long.
Prices low. Address Box 616, Hastings,
Neb. Y M146
FOR BALE-$4.000 drug stock In central
Nebraska; will pay for Itself In one
year. For particulars write K-41, Bee.
. .' Y-M583 19
PROFITS $300 and $350 per month Two
restaurants in good mining towns; prices
fl.votj and $1,600 caah. Bond for state
ments. Must sell, account of serious ail
ment. Address White House Cafe, Crip
ple Creek, Colo. Y M6i4 13x
NEWSPAPER for sale located In western
Iowa, In a good ''town and fine farming
community.' Owner has -other Interests
and will sell at about one-half the cost
of-tho outfit; a snap for . a rustler. Ad
dress L-6i cars Bee Y MSU 13 ,
TOR SALE Cheap for cash, at once, H In
lei tat , good general mdse.. business; In
voice , about 8.i0; for particulars write
R-.K. Kuhlman,. Eddy vllle,,. Neb.
I-- - ." , Y-M7S2 18
FOR SALE Hardware and Implement bus
iness In one of the bust southern coun
ties In Nebraska; good reasons for sell.
Ing. Address N 7, care Bee. Y M716 ux
BUY YOUR HOME ON
THE EASY WAY PLAN
FAY for It by monthly payments. No
money required untrl house la ready for
occupancy. Agents wanted In every town
In Nebraska. Call or write for particu
lars. W. O. Templeton, Mgr. for Neb.
Bee Bldg., Omaha. Y MSU
IWANTKD Architects, engineer and
superintendents of construction of rail
ro.o, smelters, packing houses and
power plants, to ee and learn some
thing ot Interest. $17 So. 12th. Open
evenlnge. Y M792 16x
GOOD cigar, - confectionery. Ice cream,
newsstand and laundry office, connected
with a substation poet office, for sale
cheap; parties leaving the city. Address
K-4, Be. Y-M741 13x
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
SODA FOUNTAIN, any else, 1818 Farnara.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO., beat mixed
paint. Sherman at McConnell Drug Co.,
Omaha, o 716
HALL'S safes, new. Id-hand. 1818 Farnam.
... Q ill"
FOR SALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool - table; we lead the world lu
cheap bar fixture; easy payment. Uruna-wlck-Balke-Coiiender.
407 8. ih Bt
WE buy everything in the furniture line.
' Chicago Furniture Co., 1110 Dodge,
' Q 71
rOR SALE 8lam house eating boiler;
was used lo beat 8-room house; will l
sold cheap. - W. U. Bridge, anglnaer be
Bldg. - U-iim
SEND US your mail order for drug;
freight paid on $10 iota- Myers-Dillon
Drug Co.. Omaha.- Q 730
PINE Minnesota lee- for sale in c riots. A.
Q. Gilbert Co., Council Bluffs. (J-MS64 -
tQUICK: r fins cow, none better. Tele
phone Douglas 2600. - Q M467 13x
GOOD riding and driving pony, also fine
runabout and harness. 413 N. 20th St.
'. , . ... . . tl-'ISti
" - - ICE FOR SALE.
W have for sale In carload lota good res
' ervolr ice. Address Kelrle Ice Co., N. i'.
Ufa Bldg, Omaha, . Nebraska.
, Q-6G9 16x
UPRIGHT piano; fine shape; unredeemed;
cheap. Handle Bros. 808 No. 16th.
Q M784 ISs
PC PIANO CREDIT for sals cheap Call
at 2416 Harney. Q-M789 13x
LYNG3TAD Hlfn Orede 1907 Calendars,
i, inni-P -S' E. corner Uln St. and
tt JOK Capitol Av. 748
CENTRAL PRINTING CO.,-110 S. 17TH.
... -400 810
IF YOU do not And what you want In this
column, put an ad in and you will soon
get U. Z-J
WANTED To trade, desirable one-acre
lot for good city brokt horse. Address
N 18. Omaha Dally Bee. kV T7J 13
' LEAD! N1 PALMIST OK OMAHA.
, Eventful and truthful predictions given.
I . Call 111 at. I lib. bt. Ojp. Boston Store.
WANTED MALE HELP
Bend us the tiitnei of Ave young persons
who should b interested In a commercial
educstlon and wa will mall you free of
coat tlx visit Inn card with your name
written thereon by our expert penman.
Address PENMAN. OMAHA COM
MEBC1AL COLLEGE. B-249
tOO YOUNG MEN to prepare for firemen
and brakemen; experience tirneMfMrv;
firemen, tlOO; brakemen, ISO per month,
with rapid promotion to engineer or con
ductor; hundreds of positions open,
tall or write for particulars at '.no.
National Railway Training Ass'n. k(U
Paxton block, Omaha, Neb.
B M20S aeotl
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; 10
positions for every graduate; top wages
paid; few weeks completes; course in
cludes tools and positions: ran nearly
earn expenses. Call or write Moler Bar.
ber College, 111 Fa mam St.
WANTED Cigar maker; t rollers and I
bunch breakers; will pay the best of
prices to go out of town; wilt send tickets.
Address H 13, care of Bee. B 723
DRUG STORES bought and sold; drug
clerks wanted. F. V. Knlest, 624 N. Y. L.
CIVIL SFRVICE Want young men to pre
pare. Sue Underbill, 3320 North 24th.
YOUNG MAN, Al references, to sell type
writers on road. Address Hading. 1833
Farnam. . B M424 auglS
WANTED Brick handler and laborers at
the Avery brick yard, two miles south
of Albright; "boarding house at plant.
WANTED Good , marble outter: good
wages; steady employment. Glldea &
Glldea. Norfolk Marble Works, Norfolk,
Neb. B M478
WANTED For the U. 8. marine corps,
men between ages 21 and 36; an oppor
tunity to see the world. For further In
formation see poster in postofDce of any
county seat in the atate o? Nebraska,
giving address jf recruiting office located
therein. B MS4G B30x
WANTED Five boy, good wages, per
manent Job. A. D. T. Co., 212 S. 13th St.
WANTED Two first-class tinners, with
experience, on furnace work. Milton
Rogers St Sons Co. B M282
BLACKSMITH, Iron worker, wire worker
and boys 17 to 19 to learn trade. Apply
at Iron Works, 611 S. 16th Bt.
', B-M268 17
AN OLD LINE LIFE INSURANCE
AGENT WANTED One with experience
capable of writing business himself
and managing men; salary and com
mission. Address, Lock Box 1625, Lin
coln, Neb. B 484 IS
WANTED 8 new stenographers, salary $60
to $75, and 8 stenographers and book
keepers, $65 to $76. Call Smith Premier
Typewriter Co., 1625 Farnam St.
$25 PER month for farm hand; a good
hand with stork wanted. Address H. L.
McKelvle, Fairfield. Neb. B 687
COLLECTOR age under 30, salary $65; per
manent position. Hixenbaugh A Co.,
Ware block. B 630
WANTED Traveling man; must be sober
and an energetic pusher after business;
position permanent with an assured good
Income; state experience and where last
employed; references required. Address
N 16, Bee office. B M815 14x
WANTED Laborers for Illinois, Wiscon
sin, Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, city
work, harvest rates. Ed. Rothery, 111
8. 14th. i B M810 18x
Private secretary, $75.
6 stenographers, $60 to $75.
4 bookkeepers, SoO to $76. -,
5 ofllce clerks, 50.
2 general merchandise clerks, $50.
Cashier for country bank, German, $75
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASS'N. (INC.).
Dept. B., 840-1-2 N. Y. Life Bldg.
' B-MS20 13
WANTED Two students to work 'for their
board. Apply Boston Lunch.
B-M818 15 '
" WANTED FEMALE HELP ;
WANTED Experienced cloak salesladies
for fall season; none other need apply.
Address K t. Be. C 481
WANTED Woman cook, ' $35 per month;
must furnish recommendations. Address
L 7, Bee. C M866
GIRL for general housework; good wage.
116 8. 36th St. . C M4u6
WANTED Experienced girl for general
housework. 104 S. 36th St. 'Phone Har
ney-a-,06. C-M605 13
GOOD girl for general housework. 15 per
week. 1S08 wenster Bt. C 34 13x
GIRL for general housework.
1333 So. 31st
GENERAL housework. $5 for a good, ex
perienced girl, $4 for a good inexperienced
girl; references; small family, small house.
Mrs. C. F. Stebblna, 1230 Park Wild Ave.
Telephone. C 636
WANTED A Cook, small family and good
wage. 1120 Park eve. C M813 15
WANTED Hardware salesman; an ener
getic young man with at least 6 years'
experience. Address, with references, L
67, Bee, stating salary expected. L 217
WANTED Salesmen for choice nursery
stock; liberal cash payments weekly.
Write for full particular. Willis Nur
series, Ottawa, Kan. L M613 IS
$10 FOR YOU s
Shirt Waist Patterns
and other novelties are the easiest sellers
on the market. You can make J10 to (15 s
day and have nothing Invested. Splendid
opportunity for either ladies or gentlemen.
Mall orders answered. Call or write U. S.
Embroidery Works, 11M 8. 15th Ft.. ip
stairs. J-M563 is
WANTED Agenta to represent us In th
sle of our western Kansa lands. UUhx
. Land and Investment Co., Omaha, N0,
and Sioux City, la. J 44445 19
WANTED Three wideewake solicitors;
work pleasant and a muney-maker. M.ist
be sober and furnish good reference. Ad
dreea N 17, Bee otr.ee. J Mm4 14x
F. J. LaRSON 4 CO., patent lawyer;
patent book free. Bee Bldg., Omaha. N-b.
SHARPE MACHINE WORKS Patents
procured. Invention developed, drawings,
patterns, castings, machine work. tt4-tili
o. lotn at. 747
Patents procured and sold, 1 fee. Nat'l In
vestment Co., Douglas Blk., 16lh & Dodge.
! M471 hi
BUY plumbing supplies direct. Wholesale
pilces. Save on eveYy article. Only 6rt
class goods handled. Prompt attention
to every order. Send for catalogue. B. F.
KaroL 236 Harrison St., Chicago. 111.
BOOK of Worship, Sunday morning. Re
ward. 'Phone Douglas S999. or N 19,
care Bee. Lost M83 14x
LOST Gold brooch, to shape of a knot.
Reward on return to Bee office.
LOST Lady' rose gold brooch with small
diamond and pearl settings. Reward for
return to Bee office. Lost M4U7 14x
I HENDERSON. 1619 Famam. TeV Doug.
HA ' 750
FOR RENT ACREAGE
TWENTY acre wUh houee and barn
( A Doctor or a Dentist
Often Sells His Business Through
BEE BUSINESS CHANCE ADS.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
Doug. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunks
Thurston hotel; rooms $1.60 up per week.
CAPITOL HOTEL. 18th and Capitol Ave.,
south front; rooms with or without board.
EXCELLENT modern furnished or unfur
nished rooms for housekeeping. S74 Har
ney St. . E 674
ONE larre south room, modern, hot water
heat. 1HU8 Capitol Ave. E MS26 13x
FRONT room, new furniture, private fam
ily, $H.0O. MS 8. Wth Ave.
E M742 14x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Doug. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunks
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms, cafe.
NICELY furnished cool room, excellent
ooara rates reasonable. Tnre Rose, 2020
Harney St F M607 A27x
MODERN room, home cooking, reasonable
rnoe. sua Howard Bt. 'Phone Dougla
3568. . F-626
ONE large pleasant front room with board,
reasonable. 813 0. 26th St. Telephone
Dougla 4211 F M768 13
NICE, cool, airy rooms, close In, with home
cooking. 302 S. 36th Bt. F M728 IS
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
CENTRAL. I rooms; bath. Tlsard, 220 N.
3d. G M131
TWO unfurnished rooms, close In, hot
water heat, references. 418 N. 25ih Hl.
2 ROOMS for housekeeping, $7.00. Tel.
Douglas 5309. G M809 13x
FOR RENT HOUSES
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
rlces. Tel. Douglas 1625. Schmoller &
ueller Piano Co., 1311-1313 Farnam.
TTnTTSTTS l parts of the city. R.
UUUOIjO c peter, 4 Co.. Bee Bldg.
tJrnTTSTTSt In all parts ot the city. The
UUUOHiO 0- F Davls Co., 508 Bee Bldg.
HOUSES. Insurance. Rlngwalt, Barker Bk:
OMAHA Van A Storage Co.. pack, move,
store H. H. goods; storehouse, 1120-24 N.
19th. Office, 1611 Farnam. TeL Doug. 1559.
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van A Stor
age Cci Tel. Doug. 1496. Office, 1713 Web
ster Si. D-738
See us when shipping household good to
large cities west. We can save you
money. EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY
CO., 214 N. Sixteenth St. Tel. Doug. 1193.
... , D 739
CENTRAL. 4 or 6-room flat.
N. 23d '
SEVERAL at $12 to $26. Chris Boyer, 22d
and Cuming St. 'Phone Doug. 2040.
414 S. 29th ST., 7 rooms, modern, $22.50. John
N. Frenser. Opp. old P. O. D-M414
- COUNSMAN-VAN BURGH CO.
Storage and transfer. Best storage house
In th city.' Immediate at.tentiou given.
li29-31-33 N. 16th St. Tel. Douglas 4619.
D M169 Ag31
AMERICAN TRANSFER CO., household
goods stored; dry rooms, low prices.
'Phone lost.'. 1106 Famam. D M131
10-ROOM modern house, 114 N. i6th St.
Keys on Dremlses. D M2 lx
FOR ' RENT Six-room cottage, 22d and
California Sis., $22. Apply at 607 No. 19th
FOR RENT A 9 room house, well located.
Globe Land ond Investment Co., Room 3,
Patterson Blk. D-M591
7-ROOM, all-modern, new dwelling, walking
distance high school. $35.
SHIM ER A CHASE CO.,
109 Farnam, Ground Floor. Douglas oSul
D M747 14
TWO newlv remodeled 6-room cottage on
S. Zlst St., rlose In. 'Phone "D" 2224.
Clinton H. Brlggs, 13i0 Farnam St.
D M709 13
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT De!c room In Be office, city
hall building, 417 N. 25th St., Soutn
Omaha. Apply to manager. 1134
NO EQUAL, laundry, drug tore. Tisard,
220 N. 23d. - I-MB09
STORE ROOM for rent, 406 8. 15th, Or
pheum Theater Bldg. Dyball, 118 Doug
DESK roor.i for rent. 644 Bee Bldg.
FOR RENT One 4-tory brick store with
cement basement end good elevator; liOi
Douglas. Building will be put In goid
order at once. Inquire at la Douglas.
John Llnder. . I-Mu23
ROOM 'Or 50. 'enr 317 B. 1S'h St I Sa
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
,. , ,m . . .. 1 .
UARVIN BROS., 1601 Farnam, i and f'J
per cent tuans on real utile; no delay.
V r i W-753
MONEY TO LOAN Pay b Investment Co.
WANTED City loan and warrants. W.
Farnam 8mltn at Co., 1320 Fatnuin St.
BUILDING loans on residence prcperty; t
per cent. W. B. Melkle, IUmiti Blk.
" W 754
LOWEST RATES Benils, Paxton Block.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead. 1520 Douj.
$1,(00,000 TO LOAN on bualneaa and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest rate;
no delay- Thomas Brennan, R. 1. N. Y.
WANTED City loans. R. C, Peters it Co.
City fc farm loans. O. F. Carapn Co., N.Y.L.
w W 760
LOANS on Improved city property W. II.
Thomas, 5u First National Bank Bldg.
Wf 7i l
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY Preferably, but not
necesaarllv, from owner, good building
lot. ranging in price from $0 lo 'iiX;
must need no filling and not be a filled
lot; located around Walnut Hill, Bemt
Park, west or southwest part of cliy.
Address N 6. Care Bee. N-350 16x
WANTED TO BUt S kA ND-HAND
FURNITURE, atovea, carpets, cloth'ng
and ahoee. Pay the beat prl-e Tel.
Douglas 897L N468 Ba
WANTED To buy, s good second-hand
tvnewiiter. Also second-hand typewriter
desk. Phone Douglas 6502 N
WANTED To rent a furnished hotel for
one rear, with privilege of buing furni
ture If suited. Box 86. Broken Bow. Neb.
N M 738 13x
IOHNSON InaiUt4 41$ N. T, U Tel.
Devs. ISt - -
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
SAMPSON & SONS
Have n 8-room entirely mod
ern house, with large barn on
lot, 55x150, near 34th and Burt,
An 8-room modern, except
furnace, nearly new house,
near Yates and Sherman Ave.,
with beautiful lawn, shade
trees and garden, at $4,000..
A 6-room cottage at 27th and
Templeton. modern except fur
nace, at $2,500.
Make us an offer on 2918 and
2920 Grant St., and call at th
office for list of other proper
ties, vacant lot and farm
SAMPSON & SONS
608 Bee Bldg. 'Phone Dotig. 8S90.
RE M756 IS
F. D. WEAD,
Three S-room cottages, 8106-8-10 Maple, with
summer kitchens, with city water, In
food repair, newly painted and repaired,
nr nil three $1,800. or would Bell the
west one for $700.
5- room new cottage In Walnut Hill, full
lot, $260 cah, bal, $15.00 per month, $l,4fo.
6- room house. S424 Blondo, lot 60x126, $150
cash, bal. $16.00 per month, $K0O.
6 rooms, 1118 N. 17th St.. lot 26x140, $1,260.
Three houses on 17th, north of NIcholaH,
two of 6 rooms each, modern ex, fur
nace, one of 4 rooms, monthly rental,
$56.00; else of lot, 76x140; for all, $5,200.
Three new houses. 26th and Patrick Ave.,
owner moving out of city, property mod
ern, rent for $62.00 per month; for all
7-room cottage, good repair, neat home;
8400 cash, bf.l. monthly, $2,100.
6-room modem cottage on Charles St., near
26th St., porcelain bath, marble wash
bowl, gas, good cement cellar, house
rents at $18.00 per month; easy terms,
F. D. WEAD,
RE 807 14
In a rpodern, two-story, six-room dwelling
with furnace; convenient to West Farnam
car line; papered throughout; cemented Cel
lar under whole; purchaser can occupy at
any time. For price and terms apply to
HENRY F. WYMAN, 1003 N. Y. Life Bldg.
2,000 ACRES AT $4
In western.-. Nebraska; soil I
black loam on a heavy clay
sub-soil; Is very rich and
easily worked; no atone. .
The owner I anxious to sell.
The same kt,nd of land, under '
, Irrlgatlon.i -sell a high a
$100 an acre.
lt Floor N Y. Life Bldg.
l RE M748 It
A REDHOT SNAP.
600-acre ranch in Richardson county, Ne
braska; 100 bottom land, balance upland
and quite rough, but the best of timber;
pasture well set to bluegrass and white
clover; bottom land all in corn; house of
6 rooms and a fair set of outbuildings;
never falling water running through pas
ture. A first-class stock and grain farm
and best bargain- In southeast Nebraska.
Price, If taken soon, $20 per acre. Act
J. R. ADKIN8. Craig. Mo.
1H LOT. 75x124. -rcom house, good barn,
well and cistern water, 2 blocks from
California St. ce.r line, $2,000; $800 cash,
balance on enRy terms.
CHRIS BOYER. '
22d and Cuming Sts. Telephone Doug. 2049.
AND IT'S CHEAP ,
6-room house! well built and
strictly modern, has gas, elec
tric light, porcelain bath, mar
ble wash stand, good furnace,
cemented cellar, laundry.
Owner ha left the city, will
not rent; must be sold.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO
1st Floor N. Y. L. Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 1781.
EXCELLENT HOME AND
9-room house, modern, overlooking
nark, large barn 83.10
' 7-roni hou. e. fu.tly mcderrnlce home l.otO
6-ro'm cottige, cloae In, good home and
lnves ment 1,50
, National Investment Co.,
' Douglas Block.
RE M791 IS
h rooms, electric light. Full ,
lot. Terms, 8100 cash; balance
Price .'. $1,400.
R. II. LANDER YOU,
BOARD OF TRADE.
Tel. Doug. 2151.
at northwest corner of 31st
Ave. and Evans; paved street,
one block from car; $200; easy
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
1st Floor N. Y. L. Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 1781.
A fine piece of trackage property. 147x1234,
on U. P. track, at 5th aud Jones Bis.;
will take It for immediate sale.
Room 1 New Yore Life Bldg.
FOR BALE North pert of city, one block
from car line, 6-room cottage. In excel
lent condition; fine lawn, shade trees,
sewer now being laid on street. If inter
ested address N 11. Bee. RE M760 14x
FOR BALE Ixt on Shermsn Ave., 50 feet
front, suitable for a brick flat. Address
N . Bee. - RE M7u2 14x
LIST your property wtfr. ut, we have the
buyers. O. Jr. Larson Co.-
, RE -717 11
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE A 9 room residence property
on N. Zth St. Price and terms reason
able. Globe t-ajid and Investment Co.,
Room 2, Patterson Blk. RE M5H3
150x180 trackage property, near 7th and
Leavenworth; I . P. and B. M , r
sons We offer considered. Address L-63 Bee.
RE M620 13x
V. 8. Sale Bureau. 804 Neville block. Real
Estate and Investments. RE M475 84
THE MIDLAND GUARANTEE AND
Hn over lO.ofln copies of title . which en
ables! It to fi?ure lower than anv other
abstract company In Omaha and turn out
work quickly. Tel. Douglaa-829, or call
Ml offices, . 114 Farnrmi; RE Mxl7 13
FOR SALE FARMS
GRAIN AND STOCK
4 SO acres level land, soil
I of black vegetable mold
on a heavy clay sub-soil; Is
very rich, works fine, having
no rocks or stones; 200 acres
In cultivation, balance pas
ture and hay land;, good
fences, sheds and other out
building and wind mills;
neat 6 room dwelling. Price
onl7 $10 an acre. It would
make an ideal home.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
lt Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.,.
H M750 14
FINE FARMS AND RANCH
LANDS, UNION PACIFIC
I closing out It land In western 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.
118 South 15th St, Omaha, Neb.
' H M819 1S
Western Kansas Wheat Lands
60,000 acres of fine wheat land. $4-00 to
$15.00 per sere. Special excursions every
Tuesday. Write for particulars. Globe
Land and Investment Co., Omaha, Neb.,
and Sioux City. la. HM421 A18 ,
FOR QUICK LOANS on farm or city prop
erty, call on or address O. F. Carson
A Co. H-M786 IS
640 ACRES ONLY $4
Five miles from Sidney,
county seat J. of Cheyenne
county; soil ia black vegeta-
v ble mold on. a heavy clay
sub-soil; is very rich ' and
works fine; no atone.
PAYNE INVESTMENT. CO.,
1st'. Floor N. T. Life Bldg.. " ; x
Tel. Douglf-178K -..
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
EVERYBODY NEED IT. '
And this 1 the place to come and gat It.
Don't let money stand in toe way of en
Joying yourself when it can bo so easily
obtained at this office on HOUSEHOLD
OOODS, 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.
$07-808 Paxton Block. -
do without, but what's the
use? None at all.
on your furniture, piano, live
stock and other .chattels. We
also loan to person steadily
employed on their" plain not
NO ONE WTILL KNOW
you ever had a jan, beside
you have use of both money
and security at the same time. '
arranged to suit your purse.
if paid before due.
. Omaha Mortgage Loan Co.,
119 Board of Trade Bldg.. Tel. Dduglas 229S.
(Established 1892) -,
lot SO. 16TH ST. -
MONEY loaned on piano, furniture, jew
elry, horse, com, etc. C. F. Read, SiO u.
13th. . X-778
Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Advances private " money on chattel or
alary; easy to get; no red tape; you get
money same day asked for a l small cute
Open evenings till 7. - . X 7J9
CHATTiOL and salary loans.
Credit Co.. 683 Paxton block. .
EAGLE LOAN OFFICE; reliable, accom
modating; all business confidential, isol
Douglas. . X 751
FURNITURE, llv stock, salary loan.
Duff Green Loan Co., room 8, - Barker
block. . X-764
DR. PRIBENOW'S PRIVATE MONUY
loaned on furniture, piano, salary,
horse, etc.. in any amount, at less than
half tho rate; no red tape; perfect pri
vacy; Immediate attention; on any terms
wanted; payments suspended In case .of
sickness or out of employment. Room
214 Karbach block. ST 8. 16th St. X-782
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE
and others without security; easy pay
ment. Office In 58 principal clUe. Tol
man, room 714, New York Lit Bidg.
CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry loan.
Foley Loan Co.. 154 Farnam Bt X 7 .
WSTMORK detectlv ervlce; 'phon Red
74(4. Room 13 and 14. Union Brk . 16th
and Farnam. 871 BSx
LAW & COLLECTIONS
J. M. Macfarland, SC9 N.
Y. I Bldg. Tel.
PATTERNS eut to. measure. McDowell
system of dressmaking taught, 123 Far
Great Westers Oraolt Co.
PILES CURED . ,
WITHOUT AN OPERATION ALL kinds
of piles cured internal, external, blind,
bleeding, or Itching piles. A guarantee
given In every case treated by Xr. Max
well, -ho naa had twenty-five years' ex
perience In treating plies. Hundreds of
testimonials given on application. 524 Be
Bldg., Omaha. Neb. Phone Dousla 1424.
ANY POOR GIRL in need ot a friend call
or write to th matron of th Salvation
Army Home for Women at 8824 N. 74th
St., O-naha, Neb. U-M100 .
TRY KELLY'S Laundry.
DR. ROY, Chiropody, R. 2 $. 1505 Farn m,
, . . V 74
PRIVATE confinement home; Mrs Dr.
King. 2018 N. list St. Tel. Doug, ,
PLEATING Buttons. Ruchi'ng.
1 LLH I 1MVJ Embroidering.
Dyeing and Cleaning. Sponging and Shrink
ing, only tc per yard. Bend for price list
and sample. .
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
200 Dougla Block. Tel. Dougla 1936.
I A I I N Pi R Y C Tel. Doug. 264.
a- w a- t -v a , a nth Rt.
PRIVATE home during confinement. Mrs.
Gardell, 2216 Charles. Tel. Doug. 6311.
THE Snlvstlon Army solicits cast-off
clothing; In fact, anything you do not
need. We collect, repair and sell, at 114
N. - 11th St., for cost of collecting to th
worthy poor. Call "Pbon Doug. 4136 end
wagon will call. U ell
Ivf AnNRTTf! OSTEOLOGY. Mr. Rl-JM-AUINr-A-l-Vy
tenhouae. 410 N. lth St.
Room 2, 2d floor. . U-M361 316
FREE medical and surgical treatment nt
Creigbton Medical College. 14th and
Davenport Sta. 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 But. Tel. Douglu 1887.
, v ' U 709
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan San
itarium, 728 First Ave., Council Bluff.
Ia. Tel. 774. U-322 .
SURVEYING. BUokensderfer, 812 Bee Bldg.
.. . . U-770
OMAHA Stammerer Institute, Ramge Bldg.
SYRINGES, rubber good, by mall; cut
rices. Send for free catalogue. Myer
'lllon Drug Co., Omaha. U 775
WE RENT - sewing machines at $1 per
week; we sell second-hand machines f&
up. Nebraska Cycle Co., corner 16th and
Harney. Tel. Douglas 1663. U 773
DRS. VOGELi' privets hospital for women
and for ladle before and during confine
ment, 2319 S. 13th St., Omaha, Neb
. U M397 AuglT
MAGNETIC . it w. ith su
lUlumuilVy second floor, room U.
U M800 augSt
CHIROPODI8T-Dr. Dunbar,' 208 NsvlUs
block; halrdressing, tc Douglas 6170k
U M14V Augav
ARCHITECT O.' L. Broline, fit Bee Bldg.
. . U 4U Bt
BUSINESS lunch fifteen cent. Regular
dinner twenty-fire cent. ' Short order at
all hours. Ed Rothery, 111 8. 14th. D. H.
Rump, Manager-prop. . J Mt I s ia-
ACORN PRESS VLl7r
, Tel. -Douglas 3783.
SHOULD BLAM CHARD'S - ECZEMA' LO
TION not give speedy or satisfactory-results,
' notify Prof. I. Blanchard, akin
-specialist, Minneapolis, Minn. Whole-
Baler supply. all druggists. ,
. v U-Mtno S10x
BEST nerre bracer for men.- "Gray's Nerve
Food Pills" 11- box, postpaid, i Sherman A
McConnell Drug Co.,' Omaha.- - 774
DR. PRIES, ' specialist, women' diseases,
weaknesses, discharges, irregularities
.cured painlessly and .safely.- .Wlthnell
.block, loth and Harney, room X. Omaha.
DR. HTTTCHINSON.SSTieelallst ,of women
and children. Office, 2206 , Cuming. ,'Phon
Office. Fort Crook, Nebraska. August 10,
1906. Sealed proposals. In triplicate, sub
ject to tne usual conditions,, win t re
ceived here until 10 o'clock s, . m.. central
standard time, August 26, 1906, for making
repairs to swimming pool and-accessories
thereto, at this post. Full information will
be furnished and drawings and. specifica
tions may be seen at this office. Proposal
to be marked '.'Proposals for 'repairs to
swimming pool" and addressed to Captain
R. R. Stogadall, Quartermaster, 30th In
fantry, Constructing Quartermaster.
office, r'ert Des Moines, Ia., July 26, 1906.
Se'iied proposals, in triplicate, will be re-
ceivea nere until . p. m., stanaara time,
August 14, 1906, for constructing macadam
roads aid granolithic side walks, at Fort
Des Moines, Iowa.- Information furnished
on application heie. United Stttc reserve
right to accept or reject any or .in pro
posals, or pert thereof. Envelope con
taining propcsal shouM be endorsed
"Proposal for" and addreased M. W.
Rowell. Q. M.
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TO ELECT THE "BLACK POPE"
American Delegates Chosen 4o At
tend Convention Whleti Cltonses
Geaeral of h Jesnlts.
Th two Jesuit province In thl country
hsve Just named the delegate who are ta
take part In the election of a new general
for th order, which I to he held t."".
tember. The two provincial, 'ery
Joseph F. Hanselmann of the New Tota
Maryland province, and Very Rev. Henry
Moeller of the Missouri province will taks
part in the election by right accorded ts
their positions. The provincial of every
Jesuit provlnre fn the world has a vote in
the election of fhe general, and each pr6V
Ince is entitled to two additional votes.
The other American delegate are: From
the New York-Maryland province. Rev, .
William O'Brien Pardow nd Rev. Thoma
J. Gannon, and from the M1ouri province,
Rev. Joseph Grlmmelsman and Rev. W. R.
The meeting of the Jesuit? songregaliotl
to elect a general rank In Importance I ft
the Roman Cathollo church next to th
conclave which elect a pope, for th
Jesuit general I elected for life and en
Joys a position second in Importance only
to that of the pontiff. H usually Is un
derstood to wield much Influence with th
pope, and for year it ha been customary
to speak of the general of this great order
as the "black pope," the first word re
ferring to the sombre garb which he wears,
a distinguished from the white garments
of the pope, and the second to his great
power and influence in the church. .
It is generally believed that the congre
gation of next month will be held in or near
Rome, but the place of meeting is A secret,
which is said not to be known, a yet, even
to the delegates. It has always been the
custom-to. keep the meeting place secret,
and It is ssld that sometime the place I
not publicly known until after the selection
ha taken - place. The late general of th
order,- Father Martin, who died In April,
was elected in 1892, at a congregation held
at Loyola. Spain. It is understood thai
the delegates to the coming congregation
have been ordered to proceed to Rom, but'
that I - held to be no sure Indication that
the congregation will be held In that city,
as the -membera of the order may be there
Instructed to 'go somewhere else, even out'
lde of Italy.
Beside the - provincial and the two del
egates from each province. thosev having
a -vote In the election of the new general
are the five "assistants" of th late gen-'
eral, and the vicar general of the order.
Father Roger Freddl, who was appointed
by the lata - general - to administer Us af
fair until the congregation' shall be held.
In Cathollo circles, both In this country
and .In Rome.-It 1 held to be poaalbl
that an American may be chosen general,
and - the . name of Father Rudolph Meyer
has been mentioned In this connection.
Father Meyer ' la prominent In the order,
and has been resident In Rome for many
years, connected with the German college
About 100 wilt attend the , congregation
and the election ot the general require a
majority of two-thirds. It Is 'believed by
those familiar with Jesuit affairs that there
Is little or no likelihood thst the new gen
eral will be of Italian birth, for the reason
that the interest of th ordr ax much
greater outside of Italy than In It. The
last six geskrals wer not Italian. The lat
Father Martin wa a Spaniard. It I be
cause the Interest of th order have o
greatly increased In this country In th
last decads that knowing ones look for
the election of an American. Botoo
.Gold Dollars for Orssisesli.
"Got a gold dollar, havs youT" said ths
Jeweler. "Certainly, I'll giv you some
thing for It. It's worth a dollar to pend
and a dollar and a halt to selL, That' th
fixed price for them, and practically any
Jeweler who make use of them at all will
give you. $160 aptec for as many as you
happen to have about you.
"What do we" us them forT Oh, In 1
variety of way; for bangle and pin and
ornament ot one ort and another. Thar
are more of them used In thl -way thaa
are taken up by collector. Of course,
ther re certain date that ar worth mors
than th regular market prlc to collector.
Th war year Issue, for Instance, 163,
1864 snd 1S65. bring from $2.(0 to $6, accord.
Ing to condition. There are other date
that bring still higher prices. But for our
purpose one date 1 as good a another,
and a gold dollar is ss good as gold' lof
$1.50 nt sny time. ,
Yes they're growing carcer all tne time,
of course. The government stopped coining
them some six years ago, but I believe tliat
something like 19.000,000 or 30,000.000 of tbem
had been put into circulation up to that
time, so that there are stlU a good many
tucked away In old pocket books and carried M
a pocket piece." Providence Journal. 1
Dlamoad la the Halted Btstos.
Never before in the history of the United
State ha ther been' uch a demand, fol
diamond a there wa in 1906. Largs quan
tities were Imported, but the country pro
duced none. In 1903 It produced diamonds
to th value of $60. In 1901 It had an out
put worth $100, In 1900 It production wa
valued at - $150, and In 1899 th country
boasted native diamond to th value ol
Diamond hv been discovered fn tha
United State In four different region, but
their artusl plsce of origin Is In every ease
unknown. All have been found lr) loos
and superfldsl deposit and all accident
ally. It Is not t all improbable, how.
ever, thst come day the original source
of this queen of gems Jnay be discovered.
The hlsh price of diamond has mad
the recent search for these precious stone
In the United States and Canada keener
than ever before. , A careful watch for dia
mond wa kept during the examination
by the United States geological urvy ot
many samples of gold and platinum ssnds
st the Lewis snd Clark exposition ia Port
A lookout for diamonds baa also been
kept by a number of people who have bees)
dredging for gold on sn extensive seals In
the rivers of California. In neither case
has sny finds btn reported. BcUatlOa
Amerlcaa - . , . . ... ,