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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, OCToBEH 22, VMM',.
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THE FAI.L TERM
BOTLKS BLSINK83 COLLEGE
IS NOW OPEN.
DAT AND NIGHT.
Students are admitted any dir.
Kew Catalogue Free. Tel. Douglaa 1984.
Address H. It. Buyles, President.
Boyles Bulluing. OraiihH, Neb.
WHERE TRUNKS ARE MADE.
Trunks, anil cases and- shopping bags. Old
trunks in exchsnge. Repairing.
FEELING ft STEIN LE.
4Xt N. lth St. Phone Douglas 4y0.
. rw octa
OAS k ELEOTMC F1XTUHES
JVHQLESALE AND RETAIL
Sia S. 15th St.- Tel. Douglas 6 81.
Omaha Safe and Iron Worka make a spe
cialty of fire escape, shutters, doors and
afea.- O. Andreen, Prop., 102 8. 10th St.
. , , R-629
MON FAINTING-fl. H. Cole, 14 Douglas.
TRT Kelly's Towel Supply. Tel. Doug. 3630.
, ...... n ji
IOWA SanlUry Cleaning Co., 1019 Farnam.
i HEFLIN Locksmith, moved upstairs; en
trance, 1324 Far nam. Tel. Doug. 2974.
Do You Wish to Make a, Change
If you have a farm, home, business or
property that you want to sell or ex
i change, write us.
I GLOBE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO..
Omaha Neb., or Sioux City. la.
. . V-IOJ Nl.
rOR BAl.E, CAHH-riolel furniture ami
No charge for treatment,, at . Crelghton
Dental college. ,
Wanted Patients, at Duta! college.
Treatment free. Y M041 Novll
KOR SALE Doctor's residents and oQlce
for price of property; want to retire. Ad
dress T 37. Cf re lite. Y MH00 2'SX
ITOR SALE Ten. poffce and grocery busi
ness; rottee rousting plant In connection;
located tu southertl Missouri, in city of
Sh.iioo; old fbtabllshed busineHS. Morris-
Adams Coffee Co., opnngticld. Mo.
X-MToi Ht j
IF YOl" want to make money or re seek- j
Ins: Information recardlne Nevada inininx
stocks, write us for our Market Letter.
Sent free on request. Pntrlck Elliott &
Camp, Bankers and Brokers. OoldnM,
Nev. Y M.TiS :2x
MUST sacrifice goed. paying business for
leas than half: Invoice $M)0. Address U 32,
care Bee. Y 303 2.x
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
TWO Bealey lfetter cablnfts In good condi
tion, made of walnut and have tw j
drawers each. Call at Bee business of
fice and gat a bargain. Q 44U
y WHaT IS LEFT
of-'mytberauAiful famished homo, must be
sold at a sacrifice, so any one desiring;
choice high tirade furniture, call at onc
ssi 1231 I'.-... Wild Ave.; oods can be
aaen till It jially. until sold.
TOR SALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables; we lead the world in
cheap bar fixtures; easy payments.
UruiuwlckvBalke-Collendcr, 407 S. 10 th
BL Q 79S,
TOR SALE School warrants. Omaha
School Supply Co., 1621 Howard St.
. . : .t.,- - ' A" 983
BEND us your mall orders for drugs;
freight paid on $10 lota. Myera-DUlon
Drug Co.. Omaha. Q 631
SQUARE piano or sale cheap. Call ltwl
SK61 or 2627 No. 16th 81 Q 226 z
at ILK cows, easy terms, 43d and Center.
ONE very fine Moquette carpet for front
room and one fine '.velvet carpet. 1223
Nicholas St. Q 341 22
FOR SALE Two second-lmnd boilers,' 44x
140, with stuck; in good condition.
Psxton & Vlerling- Iron Works. U. P.
y. & 8. 17th St. tkf 7 Q-M30S 23
FOR SALE Medium size safe, with steel
burglar chest, very cheap. H. J. Hill,
Wi B St., Lincoln, Neb. Q M319 22
FINE polished quarter-sawed oak -sideboard,
at a bargain. Call at 1K1! Daven
port Si. Q M3o9 22x
LARf.R Peninsular heating stove, in good
condition. Call at S12 S. Jtith St.
FIRET-CLAB househild furniture of 5
rooTTts for sale. 102O N. 29th
w UNREDEEMED overcoats, 4S No. 16th.
. . ' v U-U20 O 24
aTINE upright cltlckerlng piano party leav
ing city, no rvasonable offr refused. 4U
N. 23d. Q-117 22x
SODA FOUNTAIN, any slxe. 1S13 FarnanJ
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.. best mixed
paint, fchmnan' McConnell Drug Co.,
Omaha. y 7M
HALL'B safes, new. td-haud. lV.i Farnam.
S'O EXCHAHGU-Saj actes 4 miles north of
Osceola, KliigsbUry county. 8. D. This
ia a well loiproved body or land, nearly
all fenced and about Ikw acres under cul
tivation. Land lieu IcvpI and can all be
cultivated. Will exchange for merchan
dise, income proirty or live mock For
particulars address II. C. Dunham. Le
Smet. 8. D. Z MX91 22
IF YOU do not rind what you want In this
column, put au ad ii and you will soon
get It. -. Z 32
FOR EXCHANGE-A numtier of good tlrst
mortgage lunns and good lands to ex
change fur groceiie or a general stock
of merchandise, illorw Ijind ft Invest
ment Co., Patterson Bldg., umaha, Ny
( y Z-M9
OWN1JH wants to -sill or lrade 2 brick
stores, well rented', near Weiister St. de
pot. Address U-15. ZM2 S2x
IALESMEN. to place our Patent Adjusts
Mm Umbrellas'. wltlK l' o cigars, or
.'. T5. Salet.iuen sell ten and mora a day.
For full particulars address Crown Cigar
Co., Milwaukee. Wis. L M89 22 -
WANTED Eight experienced novelty
saleagieu or IS" '7 .-to handle, under can
tract. Our exclusive line f advertising
wall map hangers. ckel maps, art and
business calendars. The best selling line
out; liberal commissions, exclusive terri
tory, fine samples: atate experience, send
ref !.. or doi"i write. - Kenyon Print
ing Co.. Des Moines. U. L M71 23
WAM TBI txporlem-ed salesman - for f jr
nltum trade, January 1st; give refere iters,
axparlence, etc. Adoress U 17. Bee.
; ' Jl-blM :7S
XPlJtlENl'ED young lady stenog.-apher
desires portion Address U 9. lies.
v .-. - . .-; i . A-Mlpin,,
r ' . - . - -; - . -- . -
TRST-tUASS Uiiv lsiokktTver and steiioe-
apber a aula DutHUon. Address I 12,
aa -4.-UC3 & ,
WANTED MALF HELP
WANTEI To register with cur
employment department com
petent stenographers and ma.
chlne operators, Hne. several
good permanent and tempo
rary positions open. Coin In
and register at once. '
PMITH PREMIFR TYPEWRI TER CO..
17th and farnam Sts.
WANTED A steady, r-llabls man to do i
rl'tmblng. tinning and Mieet Iron work;
n.WareYto. lWoc N" i
WANTED 41i1oken pickers: pi
work; hens and springs. 9c. Apply Swlth
Company, 217 8. Union St., ottumwa, l.i.
WANTED Lumberman, one who Is fast
snd accurate In tiillvlng: nlao two boys;
Omaha Box Co., East Omaha. fl 945
WANTED Chicken pickers: plenty of
work; hens nnd springs. 2c Apply Swift Ac
Company. 217 S. Union St., Ottumwa. Ia.,
B M1M in
CHICKEN pickers wanted Ht Swirt and
Company. Fiilrbtiry, Neb.; fine new plck
li a? room; lots nf poultty; hens. 2c;
springs. Jtfs-. Write or come st once. E.
ByHesby. Mgr. B M2f4 27
IN tight weeks or less we prepare you as
n competent. brhor. Kecure you s ssl
Hrlcd position In a tesponrlhle Rhop. Write
Amerlcin Barbw College, 12tli snd Don
las Sts. B K46 23s
WANTED Five boys; good wages; perma
nent Job. A. D. T. Co., 213 8. 12th St.
DRl'Q STORES bought and sold; drug
clerks wanted. F. V. Knlest. 624 N. T. U
CIVIL SERVICE Want young men to pre
pare. See Underhlll, S320 N. 24th.
WANTED, SOUND TOUNO MEN. 1 to K,
to prepare for firemen and brskemett on
new roads and for fall rush; experience
unnecessary: firemen $100 proim.ted to
engineers 1300; brskemwn 175. promoted to
conductors $160; positions now open. Na
tional Training association, 620 X Paxton
Blk Omaha, Neb. B-M138 NovJ
HUSTLERS out of employment can do wnll
to call on us: pay weekly. C. F. Adams
Co.. 161 Howard. B--M139 Nov2
Tootha:he? Free treatment at Crelghton
Crown or bridge Work. No charge at
Crelghton Dental college except for ma
terial. . B alil Novll
W ANTED An experienced traveling sales
man who has an established trade In the
liquor line In the state of Nebraski; good
salary paid for a competent, energetlo
man. Samuel Westhelmer A Son W. L
; Co., St. Joaeph. Mo. . B M637 23
WANTED Two boys for the soda fountan..
Beaton Drug- Co., 15th snd Farnam Htv
CITY agent and manaarcr for Endowment
Health and -Accident 'o. .Milan D. M il
son. Gen Delivery, Otmtha. D-M30O ITS
WANTEI Engineer to run Corliss cimin
and make planlna; mill rrpalrs with tire-
. man. Lincoln Sash and Dbor Co., Lincoln,
Neb B-Mlt 2-J
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Splendid time to begin. Few weeks com
pletes. Top wanes paid. Positions wait
ing. Rest trade in the world for poor
man. Little capital starts business In
vestigate. Moler Barber College. 11 IK Far
nam St. B-M124 26x
WANTED, for the. U. S. marine corps. mn
between ages 21 and hii opiiortunlt v
to see the wirld. For full Information i
see poster In postofflce of any county sent. I
In Nebraska for the address of recruiting I
WANTED Railroad laborers stationary
fireman, iron workers, carpenters, wood
ehopr-rs. warehouse men. barn man and
corn buskers. Kd Rothery's Information
and 1uoor Bureau, lir S. 14th.
WANTED Boys, 15 to 20 years old. Rex,
SOS 8. Wth. B-M13) 22
AFTER the show try a t'ei-rep-Ko. ' Ask
the bartender. B 362 2'ix
WANTED Coat mkrs J. i.1 Oliver I
Pear St., Council Bluffs, la.
EXPERIENCED collector, single man pre
ferred: permanent position: $13 weekly
and commission. Hixenbaueh Co., 500
Wnre Blk. Call Sunday,, 3 to 4 i. pi.
' . -
S stenographers, young men $ to ISO.
Bookkeeper, young man, $j0.
2 grocery clerks, $50.
CaU or write. 1
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASS N INC.,
Dep't B, .S4H-1-2 N. Y. Life Bldg.
. , . . B-M37U 22
BOY WANTED A good opening for an en
ergetic boy and a chance to lenm busi
ness methods. Short hours and good pay.
Need not Interfere with school duties.
Steady work all winter. Apply, . aft-'r
school, at 181S Capitol avenue.
B- M-;! tix
WANTED Fifty girls to work in candy
factory; good chance to earn money to
buy your Chrlsfnas presents with. The
Vcegele ft Dinning Co., 1316 Jones St.
FIFTY strong girls- for turning bags; girls
15 or 16 years old for clipping threads.
Iiemls Omaha Bag Co. C Mto
EXPERIENCED chocolate dippers wanted
at once. D. J. O Brlen Co., 1202 Howsid.
GIRLS WANTED. Loom Is Co., 916 Farnsm
St. . ' - , C M4S0
WANTED A competent girl for genera!
housework, small family. Mrs. H. M.
McClsuahan. l.'U2 N. 40th St. Tel. Har
ney 1402. C 498
WANTEl-To register with our
employment department com
petent stenographers and ma
chine operators. Have several "
good permanent and tempo
rary positions open. Come in
and register at once.
SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO.,
17th and Farnam Sta
WANTED Salesladies In the cloak and
suit department. Ilayden Bros
I c mik r
I WANTElv-A caretaker and u good Una
i dress. The Creche, l!h and Haniev.
i C Snw 24x
WANTED Jlrl for general housework.
WANTED Experienced salesladies for
cloek and suit department: high salary.
S. Fredrick Berger ft Co., 1517 Farnam.
WANTED Cook for small family: wages
$6 to $8. 2iV17 Dodge St. C 145 22
WANTED Young lady alenographer fnr
short time; place m lirht lie perinaneu' ;
inns! have hod some experience; t-'null:-lYemler
machine; salary reasnnuble. Ap.
ply by letter In own handwriting. Ad
dress V IS. Omaha Bee. C 1 22x
WANTED A competent girl fur general
housework: good wages. .'.Ill N. 4th Ft.
Tel. I)ougos 3242. , , i C MILT 22x
GIRL for general housework, $C per week.
12W 8. 7lh Ave. C-.J&3 ffl
WANTED Girl for geuersl housework: no
cooking; 13 1 a month. 2727 Cuming p't.
, ... C S37 :".'
GIRLS wanted to address envelopea; je a
I .is. . Address In own .handwriting. K 18f
Worthiugton Plsce C 3to 2.X
NEW sleeve protector for office and house)
work; samples free this week; other
novelties. 1-adlea Supply Co.. 32S3 Prairie
Ave- O.. Chicago. J-MH35 Novl2x
8AIjAftY und comniisslan will lie paid to
en old line life man of experience. Ad
diras Box 119J, Llui oln. Neb.
- J-773 Novlt
. v FLORISTS 4,
ifESB ft 8WOBODA.X14li iT
U HENDERSON, 151$ Fsma-,
4 Dutlgj UoJ.
AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
Both Advertised Under "Automobiles" on The Dee Want Ad Par
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
Dong. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunin
PLEASANT room, modern, prlvste fam
ily. 24 So. 26th Ave. E 349 28x
CAPITOL HOTEU lth and Capitol Ave.;
American or European; steam heat and
modern eonvenlences. E 473
FTRNISHKD room In new modern liou.-e.
Douglas St. K S77
TWO r-onnectliie; front rooms; stcmn lieat,
bath, gs, suitable for four young men.
Room So. 1. ii: N. Kth St.. third iti.or.
NEWLY furnished rooms; new house; one
block, north of Karnnm car; gentlemen,
only; every modern convenience; hot
water heat. 107 R. 31st St. E 115 2.:x
TWO nicely furnished rooms, new house,
hot water heal; hoard If desired. See
Mr. McFarland, with Ueorge & Co., idol
Fsmam. E M2P9 --'x
1 SOUTH room, gna, bath, furnace heat,
telephone, excellent location. 247 Jones
Bt- E Miin 22
FURNISHED room, close In. ull modern,
private family. "Phone Done:. ItfW. fall
Sit S. 25th Ave. E M1A3 22x
ELEGANT large south room with nlcove,
second floor; suitable for two. 2r I'ar
nam. E X14 22x
KKWI,Y furnished front room, modern.
2364 Harney. t.M ;'yx
NTCELY furnished buck parlor. well
heated, good location. 231S Douulas St.
F. 1"2 2.1 x
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished front
rooms, all modern conveniences; use of
'phone. 2652 St. Mary Ave. E 1535 22
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Doug. 611 O. M. E. Haul Trunk.
t F 643
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms,
cafe. F 644
ROOM and board for two mer. In private
family. 2525 Hamilton St.
PLEASANT SOUTH room, suitable for
two. In private family, with best i,on
board; refined neighborhood. 5J7 Park
Ave. U-i'it 22 x
TWO larre. nicely furnished rooms, all
modern, with board. W5H So. lth St.
THE ROSE, 202O Harney St.
warm rooms; good board.
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
TWO rooms for light housekeeping. 535
. 2tn Ave. u &,u 22
2. 8 OR 4 FURNISHED or unfurnished
clean, pleasant; furnace heat. 2214 N. 1Mb
NOV. 14 pleasant moms, unfurniahed or
partly furnished; modern except heat.
1214 N. 25th. G M22R 22x
FOR RLNT HOUSES
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglaa 1625. Uchmoller &
Mueller Piano Co., 1311-1313 Farnam.
IIOTTSF.S ,n i"rt" ot the vity- R-
HOTTKFS n Prts of the city. The
"VJUOr-iO O. F. Davis Co.. Bee Bldg.
c D 648
HOUSES. Insurance. Ring-wait. Barker Blk.
OMAHA Van tc Storage Co., pack, move,
store 11. H. goods; storehouse 1120-24 N.
19th. Office, 1C1 K. .'nam. Tel. Doug. 15
SiTm? nV Household goods, nier-OAV'A'-'xv-,A-'
chsndisu, etc., 1'ted Buli
Transfer Line. lt03-5 Farnam St.
D Mj'is Nov. 10.
WE MOVE pianos. Mnggard Van & Stor
age Co. Tel. Doug. H96. Office. 171S Web
ster St. D-CS1
SEE us when shipping household goods to
large ci'ies weal, we can save :
Sixteenth Ht. Tel. Doug. 11!.
FOR RENT l-room house, all modern; fur
nace: $2. C. M. Bachmann, 436 Paxton
FOR RENT A new modern 6-room house.
. . a M Ta..A. f. Putll-nll .
FOR RENT Two first foor and one second
floor flat, corner 29th and Douglas. Globe
Iand and Investment Co.. Patterson Bl Jg.
CODNSM AN-VAN BURGH CO..
storage and transfer. Best storage house
In the city. Immediate attention given,
1529-31-33 N. 16th St Tel Douglas-4619.
FOR RENT Fine flat, all modern; good
furnace; 40T. 8. 26th Ave. William K.
potter receiver, &1 Brown Blk. D !
FOR rent, October 16, to responsible ten
ant, 7-room house, 2867 Farnam St.; mod
ern except furnace; $2660. Apply at u
19th Bt. . P-Mb48
6-ROOM hotise, good repair, modern, $18.
South s:d St. Phone Douglas 623.
t D 5i2
$32 50 8-ROOM strictly modern brick house.
13H 8. 2th Ft. Tel. Harnoy-17i!7
D 3jl 22
COLONIAL residence, opposite Hanscom
park; moflern; after Nov. 1. Phone
Douglas 523. D 108
FOR RENT To responsible tenant, modern
S-room house in splendid repair. lUnscom
Iork district. Inquire 1313 8. 2Sth St.
D M273 22X
10-Ri)OM all modern house. 113S South
I Sitli Ave. (!. W. lloobler. "Phone Doug,
j i.hsi. D-M314 24x
FOR HKXT-Iwrr flat. & rooms, modern;
price $20. !HVM Leavenworth. D MloU 22
FOR RENT I-room modern house, except
j furnace. $J0. C. M. Bachman, 4.W Paxton
Blk. li . vi 150
SfX-ItOOM modern, except furnace. 125.
634 South 24th Ave. Inquire premises.
D Mil 29 2'-'x
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENT Desk room In Bee ofnc.
city hall building, 417 N. 25lh St.. South
Omaha. Apply to manager. I 134
FOR RENT Large corner store room,
16lh and Vinton Sts., $30. C. M. Bach
mann. 43 I axu.ii Blk. I M621
THE two store rooms, with basements,
at 701-705 8. 16th street; laO pel month
I Inquire R. c. PETEP.S CO..
urouna r lour, cea ciiuk.
BUILDING lflni Farnam, will be vacant
November 15; 2l'xU, i floors and base
ment. Apply 314 First Nat'l Bank Rldg.
FOR RENT FARMS
A FARM from SO to ISO acres, situated In
Iowa or eastern Nebraska, fairly well
Improved and plenty of water; tenant to
lake poaat-ssion March 1 next; trive full
- tuirticulars wheu answeilng. Addiees I
2. Bee; M 3o7 22s
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED By man and wife, first class
hosrd and room i- Uate family. Ad
dress T 4a, Bse, ik.id.311 Sia.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
REAL ESTATE LAI CiAlNS
FOR QUICK SALE
4,iut buvs the plr of two-story 7-ruotii
frame dwellttigs at 1-10 and 1312 8. 2Sth
tit.; all modern except furnace; now
renting at IW0 per annum.
Ivt.oeo huys 9-room frame dwelling at 2fc0
'oppleton Ave.; fully modern; now
vacant; was rented at 34 pr annum.
$7,UK) for 5i9 nnd 611 N. 18th St., twoS-rooto
fully modern frame dwellings, with 4
room cottage In the rear; rents for $0
1 1.20 tor use Clisrles St.; 6-room cottage;
full lot. on corner.
W. H. MEIKLK.
2U6 Rnmge Building.
Quick Sale Bargains
lo-ronm house, large lot, rents for $26.00 a
month: $.,. 0.
10 rooms, two large lots, shade and fruit,
paved street, permanent walk, large barn.
room for another large, house; $3.W.
10 rooms, splendid home, walking distance;
a bargain at $J.750.
9 ivMiinsj, new, modern, laundry In base
ment, corner lot : $3,900.00.
7 rooms on first floor, most homelike home
In city; X2..V0.
C rooms walking1 distance; rents for $16:00;
cheap at $1.M"Ki.
National Investment Co.
h) DOUGLAS BLK.. 16TH AND DODGE.
If yon wart to buy a home or investment
property, or If you have n place to sell,
tell me sbout it. It yon have a place to
rent, 1 make a specialty of taking good
care of such property. If you can't see
me In the daytime call up and say when
you can come. Open for engagement day
H R. STRINGER.
227 Neville Blk. 'Phone Douglas 75."4.
SEVERAL smull houses ami one large
house for sale. 1223 Nicholas.
WANT MERCHANDISE OR INCOME
:l.io0 acres Custer Co.. Neb $30,000
Oil acres. Richardson Co., Neb 21,0"O
.iL" lull, Holt Co.. Mo 211.000
2M acres, Ilarriein Co., la 18,000
J. H. ADK1NS.
14 Pearl St., Council Bluffs. Is.
RE 3i0 22x
S-fltOOM house, modern except heat, per
manent wallt. cement basement . bv
owner. 816 S 25th St. RE 157 22x '
TWO modern houses at the southwest cor
ner of 31st and Cass Sts., with ground on
which to build another house. Paved
street, east fionl, nice shade trees. Make
inc an offer for one or both.
C THOMAS P.RENNAN.
Room 1. N. Y. Life Bldg
AM LEAVING the city and will sell my
8-room thoroughly modern house very
cheap. 11. 11. Churchill. 3111 Pacific.
C. G. CARLBERG, real estate and Insur
ance 911 N. Y. Life. Phone Red-7497.
BARGAIN Modern residence. In Xountxe
Place; 75 foet front, large barn; hot'
water heat; cement cellar, laundry; slate
roof, must be sold at onoe. See owner,
1921 Wirt St. RE M953
FOR SALE New 6-room cottage. Inquire
3025 Mandersnn Sunday or Monday.
a in RE M185 22x
TOWNSEND Realty Co., Fremont,-Neb.,
buy, sell and exchange lands, city prop
erty and merchandise; try us for deal.
RE M241 Nov.Bx
FOR SALE FARMS
THREE farm bargains. Write J. T. Camp
bell. Litchfield, Neb. H-M915 N16x
WELL IMPROVED 80-acre farm; fine
land. Address Box 52, R. 5. Council
Bluffs. . , II Ml"? 26x
THREE farm bargains. Write J. T. Camp
bell, Litchfield. Neb. . 11-103 Nov. I
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam, S and ii
per cent loans on real estate; no delay.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam St.
BUILDING loans on residence property; i
per cent. W. B. Mrlkle, Ram go Blk.
LOWEST RATES Betnls. Paxton Block.
PRIVATE MONEY F, D. Wead, 1030 Doug.
ll.iioo.ooo TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property in Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Brennan, R. 1. N. Y.
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters ft Co.
City & farm loans. O. F. Carson Co.. N.T.L,
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Thomas. 505 First National Bank Bldg.
WANTED TO BUY
! WANTED TO BUT. SECOND-HAND
rurnituie, stoves, carpets, doming ana
shoes; pay the best pi lees. Tel. Douglaa
S97I. N-684 Novll
WANTED To buy a cottage or small
two-story house without lot. E. D. Van
Court, 1020 N. 16th. N 361 23
WANTED 10 span of work horses, 4 to 7
years old, l,3t1 to 1.5w cwt., well broken,
sound lit body and wind. Name cash
price per suin and where horses can be
seen. Address U-13. Bee. N 148 26
WANTCD to buy, 7 or S-room cottage,
j close in, cheap, for cash. State Iricatlon
and price by letter. M. Mash, a 30 Harney
! St. N-M331 24x
LYNG3TAD High Grade 1907 Calendars,
a muei. S. E. corner 14th ait. and
ft .lOHVfc.. Capitol Ave. 697
COMPLETE line of 1907 calendars. Snell
Pruning Co.. 810 S. 12th St. -157 NovJ
JOB printing and binding. Springer Print
ing Co., 2o5 No. 17th. Tel. Doug. 2071.
M569 Nov. 10
CENTRAL PRINT1NQ CO.; fine Job work;
typewritten letters. 110 8. 17th St., 1
Mocks north Be Bldg. M644 Novll
P. J IRSON ft CO.. paK'nt lawyers;
patent book free. Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
6HARPE MACHINE WORKS-Patenta
procured, Inventlona developed, drawings,
r tterns, castings, machine work. 6t4 612
loth 8t. -43
PATENTS procured and sold, 1 fee. Nat'l.
Investment Co., Douglas Blk., ltith and
Dodtfe. M 412 Nov
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
MI3S 1RMA SPRINGER, piano lessons 06
cuts. IJJti N. tlat St.. Walnut Hiil car.
MuOk Nov. 13
CHATHI.AI.V School of Languages Day
and evening classes, French. German,
bysjilali. ttUL'lua. D-'iU
SEWING machines irnted Any make;
e per week or $2.00 per month. Second
hand machines for sale, S.Y0O and up.
Neb. Cycle Co.. 15th snd Harney.
DR. ROT. chiropody. Doug. W97. 10O5 Far.
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME. Mrs
Dr. King, 2018 N. 21st St. Tel. Doug. "
v-xio ' j
i l Lift I 111 VJ Knibrolderliig,
Dyeing and cicauiiiK. sponging and shrln'K
Ing; only 6c per yard, bend tor price list
and sample. i
, UOLUMAX PLEATING CO ,
400 Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 1926.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits castoff
vioiiuna;; in tact, nnvtiung you oo nvi
tjeed; we coll'ct. repair and sell, at 111
N. 11th St.. for cost of collecting to the
worthy poor. Call 'phone Doug. 4130 nnd
W.r.-,n .111 M IT til
wagon will call. U 611
FREE medical and surgical treatment at
Crelghton Modlcal college, 14th and Dav
enport Sis.; special attention paid to
confinement cases; all treatment super
vised by co!'.'o professors. 'Phone
Doug. 1167. Calls answered day or night.
THE CITY GARBAGE CO.. office 4lli and
Leavenworth Tel. Douglas 13S7.
SURVEYING. Bllckensd-rter, 312 Bee Bl.lg
OHAHA Stammerers' Institute, Ramxe
Bldg. U 831
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mail; cut
B rices; send for free catalogue. Myers-
Illon Drug Co.. Omaha. U S25
WE will find good comfortable homes for
babies whose mothers cannot care for
them. See "Mother Lee, Supt." Tinlcy
Rescue Home, 4J Bancroft St.
U 700 oct2
MAONT'lTTfltrMtment and bath. Mme.
imKIll-,lKj Smith. 118 N. 15. 2d floor.
fAKM Afire. Swedish movement, 410 N.
iUAOOAUIi 16th Rooin M noor
U M107 novl
CHAMPION Carpet cleaning. Doug. 655 102J
Leavenworth. U M486 Nov8
ANY POOR GIRL In need ot a friend call
or write to the matron of the Salvation
Army Home for Women at 8824 N. 24th
St., Omaha. Neb. U M10O
TRY KELLY'S Laundry. Phone Douplaa
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan San
itarium. Tjs First Ave.. Council Blurts,
la. Tel. 774. U S22
DR8. VUG EL private hospital for women
and for ladies before and during confine
ment. 2319 8. 13th St.. Omaha. Neb.
U M9s0 031
FOR anything In the sewing machine line
go to P. E. Flodinatt & Co.. 1014 Capitol
Ave. U M183 Nov3
TYPEWRITER rented. $2.60 per month;
all makes; satisfaction guaranteed. Fox
Typewriter & Supply Co., 1822 Farnam 8t.
U 369 Novo
ARCHITECT O. L. Brollne, 618 Bee Bldg
U M246 Nov..
A Dollar Free for You.
This coupon will be taken as $1 payment
on a $10 purchase of shoes', hats or cloth
ing; balance paid as you earn It.
HOME CREDIT CLOTHING COMPANY,
3o2U Dodge St., Cor. 16th,
U 118 N18
PENNELL Millinery Co.. 322 North 16th
Bt. U M258 Jan5
RUPTURE CURED-No knife, no pain, no
detention from business. Call or write
for booklet, etc. QUICK CURE RUP
TURE CO., 511 Woodmen of World Bldg ,
Omaha. U 494
Crelghton Dental college. Patients free.
Fl .ieatme.nl at Crelghton Dental col
lege U M540 Novll
IF LUCKY you get your picture enlarged
to life size In genuine crayon free in our
drawing contest, every day, 10 a. m. to
6. p. in., guaranteed worth $5. Wallace
Bristol ft Co., Artists, 620 N. 16th St.
V M570 NovlO
C. J. PA LMQU1ST Custom shoe maker.
4124 Hamilton St., and 107 8. 10th St.
U M665 Nov. 10
ECZEMA absolutely cured by W. A. Pax
ton's salve. B. J. Scannell, agent, & Ware
Blk. U M896 Novl5
CHRIST ENSON carpet cleaning! TelT
Doug. 1669. U 874 Nov. 14.
THE ACORN Press, v Tel. Doug. 3T9J.
Commercial Printers. 15M Howard St.
HALSTED Show cards and small signs.
61 Douglas Blk. Tel. Doug. 3606.
YOU DON'T experiment using Satin skin
cream and powder. Their merits are
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Gray's Nervs
Food Pills" $1 box. postpaid. Sherman ft
McConnell Drug Co., Omaha. 665
DR. PRIES, specialist, women's diseases,
weaknesses, discharges, Irregularities,
cured painlessly and safely. Withnell
block, 10th and Harney. Room 2, Omaha.
CHAMBER8, 2424 Farnam, now open. Adult
beginners Mondays and Wednesdays;
children Wednesdays and Saturdas,
Juvenile advanced Saturdays and private
lessons; terms reasonable, commensurate
with advantages and benefit derived In our
school. Telephone Douglas 1871. M 6h
MR. AND MRS Morand's classes In dune
ing and physical culture for children are
now open. 210 South Eighteenth St. Be
ginners Wednesday, 4:15 p. in . advance
Saturday, 2:00 or 3:30 p. in. Tel. Doug
las 1041. . 662 Nov. 13
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Or stolen, white English bull ter
rier, clipped ears snd tail, brass studded
collar, no tag. Reward. If found, notify
E. Bummers, cigar stand. Merchants ho
tel. Lost M 123 22x
MADAME WOODRUFF Robes. Suite 312
14-15-1 Neville Blk. Tel. Douglas Ml.
DRESSMAKING In family or at home.
Miss Sturdy. 'Mii Davenport. Phone Har
nty 2811 738
CHAMPION fences best.
611 8. lth.
ANCHOR and Iron Fencing; Wire Fenc.ng
o per foot. 2oi N. 17th Si. Tel. Kd-i4.
FOR SALE one Ford model F touring car
with lHob radiitor, detachable tonneau,
preatollie tnk, gas lamps, tools, etc.; ear
Is In fine condition and looks like new.
Price, $75n. Walter Beall, Kearney. Neb.
Great Weatern Granite to. Douglas 6-'l.
MM Novll .
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
EASY TO GET
A loan on lurniiun, pnio,.. iu'estocg
r tirr chattels, left In y ur
IF YOU NEED
to py your grocer, l.md.onl. or nny othef
bills which may he bothering you.
Our plan the nest ss we give you a writ
ten copv of tfV enntrset with a
G UAH A NTEED R EB ATE
If paid before the contract expires.
made to people ste. dll) employed.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO
lEstkblisiicd liH2 1 'el. Doug.
li'J l ouia of iraue Bldg.
Vel. Doug. 2.90.
auto bo. ibin Direct.
$ $ t I $ $ S I $ $ $ S
MONEY. TO LEND
ON SALARIES. FURNITURE. PIANOS.
lloKelirt AND WACO.x-S.
This is your opiKirtunily to get money
and pay those Utile annoying uebt Ar
range your affairs now so ll. at when the
cold weather comes ou will only have ono
company to owe.
You con repay us In small weekly or
monthly payments, best soiled to mir In
come; amounts paid befote due. full rebate
Is ALWAYS ahowrd.
Reliable Credit Co.
liooniH 3'i-;:-s I 'ax ton liloi k
Joiner 1 amain and Sixteenth Sts.
DK. PHIBBENOW S MONEY
loaned on furniture, salary, pianos, horses,
etc.. In any amount; lees than half rates;
perfect pnvacy; Immediate attention; anf
terms wanted. Payments suapended h-i
sick or out of work. ii4 Karbacb U k.
209 South 16th St. X-4-U
Bowenr 703iLY7tii eBldgTr
Advances prlvste money on chattels or
salary: easy to get, no red tape; you gst
money aame day askud for at imull cul
Opun evenings till 7. X 343
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLB
and others without security; easy pay.
ments. O dices in 68 principal cities, fjl.
S.ii, room 114, New York Life Bldg.
EAGLE LOAN OFFICE; reliable sccom
modatlng; all business confidential. IM
Dc agios. X 84
MONEY losned on piano, furniture. Jew
ell y, horses, cows, etc. C. r . Heed. 310 d
UUi. X H4
FURNITURE, live stock, salary loan
Dull Green Loan Co., room 8. Baraer
block. X 843
CHATTELS, salary and jewelry loans,
Foley Loan Co., lao4 Farnam St. X 4tf
CHATTEL and salary loar.a
Croiu Co.. I'axtou block
johnson Institute, 418 N. Y. L. Tel.
Doug. 1664. 69U
DR. BOWSER, over 1600 Farnam. Tel.
Doug. H.1,0. M11W OL'6
BUY plumbing aupplies direct. Wholesale
prices. Save on every article. Only ftrst
class goods handled. Prompt attention ti
every order. Send for catalogue. K. F.
Karol, 225 llarriaon St., Chicago. 111.
The leading palmist pf Omaha.
Revelations of past and future described.
Parlors, 113 S. 16th St.. Opp. Boston Store.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
J. M MacfarlanU, 309 N. Y. L. Bldg. Tel.'
Doug. 6858. 624 Nov9
WETMORE de'ective service. 'Phone Red
7401. Rooms 13 and 14 Union Hlk., lfiih
and Farnam. M92 N16
chean lamia am netting- ai-arc
every day. Yo uknow better than p-
... v ".iiiv ... lami n, nu in
vestment. The Union Pacific .
K. Co., Is selling tme farm and
ranch lands In Kansas, Western
Neb, Colorado and Wyoming at
$: TO ."S run ACKK.
For Information regarding lands
and excursion rates apply
LAND AGKXCY I'. V. It. 11.
Dept. B, 318 S. 10th Street.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
IMOti STATION IE 111 AMI Mlltt Y
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Overland Limited u 9:40 am
Tim China and Japan
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Fast Mall a 8:23 pm
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A GUN FIGHTERS' CEMETERY
Where Frontier NiifsMe Wrr
Planted nllh nnd Without
Every one of Hie little frontier towns ot
twenty years ago had Its "Root, Hill."
shore those who lived by the gun and died
by the g in were laid sway with their boots
on. but it is hard to find these unique and
romantic burial places today.. The gun
lighters' cemetery at Dodge City, Ksn ," IS
now the site of a tine school, and school
children romp over the ground where many
a cowboy was bufjed at the time when
the little town nt the end of t,he cattle
(mils seldom saw it day pass without It
murder. Hut at Billings. Montv If one
cares to take a walk of two or th'iee. mlleg
to a hill overlooking the flats of the Yel
lowstone, there is it frontier graveyard
Just ns it was left, years ago.
This romantic spot has nothing to d
with Billings, which is a ccnipnratively
modern town, mor . engrossed iu Us bus
iness future than in any romance of Its
past. "Hoot Hill" is a survival of he old
town of Coulson. which was established
on the Yellowstone about six miles ahovg
the site of Billings long before the hus
tling little center of . the western wool trade
was ever thought of. 'on Icon was one of
those wonderful mushroom towns of the
frontier. Steamboat traffic on the Yellow
stone ended there. ' It was here1 General
Terry's boats were bound at the time of
the Custer massacre, and at Coulson cen
tered the picturesque life of southeast! in
Montana trappers, buffalo hunters, scouts,
soldiers, friendly Indians, half-breeds, gam
blers and the riff-raff that always man
aged to find Its way to the outposts of
Chief interest In Coulson's cemetery cen
ters In the grave of the famous scout nm)
marshal, "Muggins" Taylor. This grave Is
In the center of the cemetery, surrounded
by the remains of a wooden fence. Taylor
was one of the celebrated characters on
the frontier. He was a scout and Indian
fighter whose courage was unquestioned.
At the time Custer made his ill-considered
da;;h Into the Big Horn country "Muggins"
Taylor was one of the scouts. At t lie)
last minute he went with Reno. After
those terrible days of suspense had been
ended by the discovery that nil of Custer'g
command had been killed, Taylor volun
teered to carry tho news to the outside
world. He made a record-breaking ride,
through a country Infested with hostile In
dians, all made bold hy the Victory over
Custer. After killing several horses. Tay
lor arrived at Stillwater, scarcely able ta
sit In the saddle. Here he was dismayed
lo find the government wire down. But
Horace Countryman volunteered to carry
Taylor's message to Helena, where he ar
rived dusty, haggard and "all in." From
Helena the news was flashed over the wires
and the country wrs apprized cf the fact
that the gallant ' Custer and hla men were
no more. Through the ride tif Taylor and
Countryman the news of the Custer battle
was sent out a whole day In advance of the
reports filed by the government scouts' at
Bismarck on July S.
About this time the town was in need of
a. marshal who could bring order out tha
frontier chaos. Shooting scrapes were so
numerous that the most gotid-natured Mon
tanans began to object. So. ''Muggins'
Taylor was chosen town . marshal, and
things began to take brt a different aspect.
As soon as a bully began to fortify him
self with red liquor 4 he preliminary of a
quarrel "Muggins" camped on his trail
and took his weapons ' away. ' Sometimes
the scout was allot at, hut he generally re
plied so quickly thut the gun man bit the
dust, for the old Indian fighter was light
ning with u Colt.
After a few weeks of office holding
"Muggins" entirely ciianatcd the aspect of
Coupon. The procrtsior to "Hoot Hill"
became few and far between. But "Mug.
gins' " carver was brought to a sudden ter
mination. A l."--i'.less youth, who thought
it would biimr lil.-.i much glory If lie could
kill Taylor, ftllau up with whisky and be
gan to "shoot up (. town." The marshal
approached to take the boy's weapons, an4
the youth shot the old scout through, the
heart. Owing to the youth of ths slayer
he escaped without Ihe customary frontier
justice, "Muggins" was burled in state on
Today "Hoot Hill "' Is In neglect. Most of
the cedar slabs used to mark the graves
have rotted, tine or two remain, but the
painted Inscriptions hsve been so worn bv
wind and rain that hey ore hardly legible.
At one end of ths ground is a rock on
which someone has carved, "In Memory of
the Dead." Butte Miner.
YOUNG MAN. HERE'S A CHANCE
' I nele Nam Willing to Par High W ages
to I'hnic Who tiuallfr as .
i Forrst Rangers. ' '
Where are all the young men who like lo.
work in the fresh a'.r, tramp afield and who
are not afraid of cold or hard outdoor
work, says Guy E. Mitchell In his article,
"A New Outdoor Profession," In Techniral
World -Magazine for November. Heie
Uncle Hum la willing to pay high salaries
to young fellows who can qualify for posi
tions in the government's brand new pro
fession, forestry, but he cannot find enough
men who can do the- work. Iiv President
McKinley s first adiulnixirallon, $;io,0 was
the ennual appropriation for the forestiy
service; today some $'.'.0H0,0iio 1 being an
nually spent in protecting and preserving
our forests. It ia a new profession, a new
lielil. in this country,-mid 1uis dveli ped
even to what it is today almost entirely
wiihin the i.st tight or" ten years. Who
evi-r gave our trees -i thought tru or twelvs
years ago'.' Trees? Why, they were thlnss
to be cut down, goLen out of the way.
Now lumbermen, paper manufacturers,
railroads, telephone om panto-, farmers
veu. are beginning to lea III- the (mMirt
unee cf the quaton. What will become of
our forests? Forestry is a held which Is
widening every year. Each year enngreta
I uc lewises lis aiHropriallon for the cause.
Whelp ten years ago there were soma four
teen men connected with the service, there
are now over 1.400 men employed In the
bureau of ft roiry. Here is an opportunity
for young men, and many colleges are of
fering special couises hi this aork, so Ihit
their stuiletits. may yulif by competitive
examination. The future of tha prole: ai"
is assured, but wbi me bunt
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