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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1906)
THE OMAHA DAILY REE: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1!K)rt.
AilvrrlUrmriid for lhri enlaaiaa
will he taken mtll 111 nt. for 4ho
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the moraine "aadar edition.
Katea t l-Xe a, word Ural laaerttoa.
la a word thereafter. Nothing tabea
for leaa than Oe for the Ural laaer
tloa. Theae adertlaemeata anaat be
d rrtlaera, bf reqaeatlna; aaro
bered rhrrk, ran have anawers ad
dressed to a numbered letter In rare
of The Bee. Anawera ao addreaaed
will he delivered oa preaeatatlon of.
. TUB FALL TERM
BOYLES BUSINESS VUIAJSGB
IS NOW OPEN.
.'' DAY AND NHiHT.
Students am admitted any Jny.
New Catalogue Free. Tel. Douglas 1981.
Address II. B. Boyles, President.
Boyles Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
11 cj .t
WHERE TRUNKS ARE MADE.
Trunks, suit. cases and shopping buss. Ola
trunks In Pichange. Repairing.
1'IUXING & STE1NLE,
410 N. 16th BU 'Phone Dour a W.
j GAS & ELECT1UC FIXTUltES
F .WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
ISia 8. 15th BU Tel. Douglas SSI.
Bids wlU be received for Immediate
removal of 30,000 cublo yards. All
GEORGE CO., 16ol FARNAM.
R 449 31
I OMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
I daily of lire escapes, shutters, doors and
safes. G. Audi cell. Prop., 102 S. 10th St.
fcUGN PAINTING B. IL Ctjle. 1302 Douglas.
0 11 tkA
TRY Kelly's Towel Supply. Tel. Doug. 3530.
IOWA Banltary Cleanlus- Co., 1019 Farnam.
trance, 1321 Farnam,
moved upstairs; en
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
change, write us.
GLOBE LAND A MO INVESTMENT CO.,
Omaha, Neb., or Sioux City, la.
Y 108 Nl
No charge, for treatment at Crelghton,
'W A. Virile uiients. at Dental college.
Treatment tree. , Y M641 NovU
MINES ard mining and Industrial stocks
bought and sold. Robt. C, Druesdow,
StocK Broker, 8u N. Y. Life Bldg.
Y M39o Nl
roil SALE At a bargain, good stock of
dry goods and millinery, with well estab
llsned trade. In good county seat town.
For particulars, address Seward Dry
- Gonds and Millinery Co., Seward. Neb.
. . Y M402 N3x
.WE OWN property surrounded by mines in
the famous Bullfrog district In southern
Nevada. For particulars address the Ne
vada Stundard Gold Mining and Milling
Co.. 809 New York Life Bldg., Omaha,
i -M396 N1
Mt'ST BE SOLD.
Dandy little S-room rooming house; well lo
cated; doing good business. Price for Ini
mediate sale, S3W. '
W. 8. F1UNK,
' 311 Neville, -Block. - .. Tel. Doug. 36o0.
. , X M467 26
'!WRITB for our Marked letter. Seat free
Umiii rroue-Kt. Comrdela resume of Ne
vmhi mining operations. Patrick Elliott
: Camp, bankers and brokers, Goldfield,
Nevudu. .. M
Jr'OR SALE Drug stock
will'sell-or rent building..
" Abbott, Ptl.s'er, Neb.
Address D. E.
Y M418 M
A FINE musical clasa In thriving Nebraska
town Ot S,"K BlUlllo COinpil'K. uurrm r
Diexel Hotel, City. Y 609 li6x
19 VOI' want to mnk money or are seck-
film ill ; iirimi i n,ii t j,ii
Inv .1,1,. mile us for our Market Let
ter; weut free on reipiest. Patrick. Klllott
Camp, bunkers ' and brokers. Goldtleld.
NovhiIh'. Y-6"3 x
FCR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
TWO Hesley letter cabinets, in good condl-
Uon. jnade of walnut and have two draw
. era ei h. Call at liee business office and
get a bargain. j 441 x
t it my beautiful furnished home must be
olu at a - sacrifice, i any one desiring
choice, high grade furniture call ut once
at 12H1 Park Wilde Ave.; goods cau be
- vex-a till tf i. Jii. dally until arld.
y M226 27
FOR SALE New and second-hand billiard
and noot tables;- we lead the world in
c-hean bar fixtures; easy payments.
Brunswick-Balk Coller.dei, 4o, S. loth
bl. ... VI-7W
il'"()K SALE School warrants. Omaha
l School Supply Co., Mil Howard Ft.
BEND us your ntall orders for drugs;
freight paid on J10 Iota. Myers-Dl.luii
. Drug Co.; Omaha. Q tii'l
MILK, cows, easy terms, 43d and Center.
FOP. SALE As I Inter d to give up my
siuhl will sell the eit'Jie conteru, con
: Hinting of a litlr of the highest class bluck
(airiage hois. on black high stepper.
. miK of -tlif. finest galted riding horses in
the west, two new, up-to-date glgi one
pirk trap, one victoria, one family car
' nage. one rens(e.- ruckaway, one deiait
WHgoil. one pnwumatlo tired speed wagon.
nt new lundi in . harnes.i. 'J'o anyone
. wlxhlng oiiB ot the llnest stables in the
' city this Is a Svlendid opportunity. Can
V li seen et my residence, corner Dewey
and SMh Sts. Impilre of A. D. lirandeln,
' J. !; Brandels .- Sons. J 447 2!
sODA, VOL'NTALN, any site.
.SHERWIN'WILLIAMS CO.. best mixed
paint, thermal! at JdcCunnell Drug Co.,
: Oniah'i. W 794
1! ALL B safes, new. Id-hand.
FOR BALE Heating stove and
.1 Inquire (morning) 901 N. 24th.
TWO CHOICE cars of liand-pliked winter
apples left, at 70 cents per cwl. f. o. b.
Bioek: 6K-gal. bbl.. cider $6. C. B. Par-
krr. Brock. Neb. J M4'8 31
Empty packing cases, cheap.
B-e offlee. V) -444
; J'.'.' WANTED TO BUY
WANTED TO BUY. KECOND-TlAND
1 furniture, stoves, carpets, clothing unj
. slioes, pay the t.l piicea. Tel. Douglas
171. N oM NovU
WANTED 10' span of work horses, 4 to J
. years. old, ) m la 1.6uw cwl., aril biokon.
' hound. In body and wind. Name cash
pi i per span ana w here horses can be
t Cu. Adiiies L'-IS. Bee. N 146 24
fcMAU. modern 5 or 6-room cottage, close
in;- cash. Addrotg L' 37, Bee.
, ' N-443 27x
.WANTED To buy a 3 or 4-room cottage to
move; soutli of R. R. tracks. Inquire of
Brrka t Co., 941 N. Y Life.
W A NTKl Ticket
l"-4l Bee Oltli e.
to Chicago. Addresa
N McsH 27 X
'file ,ru,;nij; ilni'M of Omaha.
Iteveutiona ot pl aud future defcnbJ.
Pat Mis. U4 at. Liu bU, Cpp. Uoslun Kl -rt.
- . to Mini
WANTEI Lumberman, one who is f.isi
and m curate In tallying: also twn l.
Omaha Box Co., East Omaha. II frli
WANTED- Clilck'-n pickers; plenty o,'
work; liens nnd springs, 2c. Apply Pwlft
snd Cmnpnnv, LT7 H. 1 nln Pt., tittumwn,
la. It Mlui 'I
CTIICKEN pkkers wanted ft Swift a d
Crnnpany, Fiiirbiiry, Neb.; flrie n.-w pok
ing riiimi; lots of poultry; hens.
spriiiK. Write or come nt mir. E.
Ifylleshy, Mgr. It M'i4
WANTK.lv-Five boys; good wages; perma
nent Job. A. D. T. Co., 212 8. li'.th SI.
DRCO PTORK8 bought unci
fi.'t N Y L
clerks wanted. F. V. Knelst,
CIVIL BEIIVICE Want young men to pre
pare. 8ee I nderhlll, SO N. irtt h.
B M774 O
WANTED. BOt'ND YOI NO MEN, IK to :k.
to prepare for fireman and brakemen on
new roads and for fall rush; experience
unneo-ssry : firemen I1r. promoted to
engineers $:; brakemen $75. promoted to
rniiduriors) $I.V; portions twrvv open. Na
tional Training association. HJ X Paxton
Blk.. Omaha, Neb. B MISS Nova
WANTED Experienced pfledrlver work
men and bridge cnrjienters, i.Jo per any;
and plledrlver bridge foremen, fo.f.0 .r
dav. Free transportation to work In.
South IBkotn. Board J5 per week. W. M.
Hauser, 271 Madison St., Chicago, 111.
HI'STLERS out of employment can do well
to call on us;,pay weekly. C. F. Adams
Co., MIS Howard. B M139 Nov2
TOOTHACHE? Free treatment at Crelgh
ton Dental college.
Cnwn or brldgn work. No charge at
Crelghton Dental college except for nm
tcrial. B M542 NovU
WANTED, for the I". 8. marine corps, men
btween ages 21 and 35; an opportunity
to see the world. For full Information
see poster In postofflce of any county seat
In Nebraska for the address of recruiting
' officer thereon. B M129 U
WANTED Reliable watchmaker. In one of
Omaha's leading jewelry stores; good sal
ary to the right man. Address U-33. Bee.
WANTED A few reliable workmen for
factory positions; steady employment
during the winter. Address P. O. box
t9. B M 431 27x
WANTED At once, smart boy, over 15,
for mail order and shipping department;
good place for the right boy. See Mr.
McEldon, the Bennett Co. B 407 25
WANTED Three artists who can do first
class work In crayon, pastel, etc. Per
manent positions. Either salary or piece
work. Tnlted Art Co., fourth floor,
Svkes Blk., Minneapolis, Minn.
B MB0 17
WANTED Competent Job printer; steady
work. Nebraska Newspaper I'nlon, York,
Neb. B M478 27
WANT an all-round printer.
Leader, Humphrey, Neb.
B 442 2uX
WANTED Good team drivers; wages J2
per dav after 80 days' service; steady
Job. Sunderland Brothers Company. Mb
and Hickory Sts. B 4X2 28
WANTED Young man of neat appear
ance to assist photographer, isr.8 Harney
Bt B 4V 2Bx
BOOKKEEPER and Stenographer, $45 to
$rK. Call at once or write.
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASS'N (INC.),
Suite 840-841-842 N. Y. Life Bldg.
B 607 26
WANTED Floor man, horseshoer; must
be a mechanic. Apply Prof. Stewart J.
Stocker, 419 Grand Ave., Des Moines, la.
B MoOl Nov 1
BOY In office of large manufacturing Arm:
must be neat, careful penman; experience
not necessary; $ to start; state age. edu
cation; give references. Address T. 44,
Bee. B498 26
WANTED Competent all round book
binder, who can make good. Press Print
ing Co., Riverside, California. B M15 2S
WANTED FEMALE HELP
CALLS for Stenographers and Bookkeepers
are coming In tauter than we can fill
them at present. Call and register or
write us at once.
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASS'N (INC.),
Suite 840-841-842 N. Y. Life Bldg.
C 606 26
Cashier and Bookkeeper 6Ti. Apply at
Bookkeeper and Entry Clerk SOU
2 Bookkeepers and Stenographers $40 to $w.
WESTERN KEF. Or BUXU'ASS . tle(.),
810-841 N. Y. Life Bldg.
C 163 25
WANTED Fifty girls to work In candy
factory; good chance to earu money to
buy your Christinas presents with. The
Voegele & Dinning Co., 1316 Jones St.
EXPERIENCED chocolate dlppera wanted
at once. D. J. O'Brien Co., 1202 Howard.
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework, small family. Mrs. H. M.
McClanahan, LU2 N, 40lh Bt. Tel. Har
ney 1402. C 43
WANTED Experienced saleslady for cloak
and suit department; high ailary. Fred
rick Berger ei Co., 1617 Farnam St.
WANTED Apprentice girl nt Miss Wat
sou's hair dressing parlors. 320 Neville
- block. C 440 26
WANTED Skirt and waist helpers and
errand girl. - 646 Rumge Bldg. Miss I. no
ser. C 441 2x
AT ONCE, girl for general housework;
small family. Room 306, 209 N. 14th St.
'Phone Douglas 7l'i. C 466
WANTED A straight matter lady com
positor. Anchor Publishing Comjiupy,
Pat Id son building, Omaha, Nob.
WAITRESS for dining room. Apply to
manager Dellone hotel. C M47'. 26
WANTED Cook for small family; wages
$6 to $S. 037 Dodge St. C 45
WANTED An experienced stenographer;
Oliver typewriter: answer in person. S.
Fredrick linger L- Co., 1"'17 Farnam.
C 4M 27
housework. 8X1 Park
C 4K3 Six
COMPETENT experienced stenographer
Immediately; references required. Sun
derland Brothers Company. C 4M 27
WANTED Two women to do scrubbing;
'iM-rmaneit position. Enquire Mr. Thomaig,
J. L. Branileis 4c Sons. C M614 28
GIRLS wanted for assembling calendar
sheets, tal king fly nets, turning bags; i
altoo am. ill girls tor clipping threads;
steady work; good pay. Bemis IHnalw
Bag Co.. 11th and Jones Sts. (-M51.WK
WAN TEIV--Machine operators on pinls.
shirts anil overall at Ktng-Graham Alfg.
Co. liemis Biig 1:1.1k.. Hth and J.ic'ksoii.
Apply a( fifth door. C M494 2S
EXPERIENCED young lady stenographer
desires position. Address I" 9, Bee.
A M126 26X
WANTED A pohltlon n short order cook;
A-l reerene-; iki dad habits: ohr. Ad
dress I 31. Bee. A-.MI-4 27x
W A NTKH- Sit nation as bookkeeper: fine
penman; best references. Address Box ej,
R. D. 2, Murray, la. A.-Miuo 31x
NEW sleeve protector for office and hnu
aork; bauiples free this week; oilier
liovelties. 1-idie Supply Co.. J.f-.H Prair.e
Ave.. O., Chicago. J-M'iii Novl2x
6ALAKY and commission will be paid to
an old Hue I'le man of expeiience. Ad
dieas I'Vt. 1196, Lincoln, Neb.
J 77J Novll
WANTEl1 Bright man or woman to travel;
sa'ar.. $!5 weekly; expense,, advanced; r, -battle
luMtl: ratine knovi li ili' of inu.-ic
pi if erred, not esM-ntiiil; nferences. Ad
dicaa Jos. IL Moult:, Uuiulia, Neb
"I found a pockelbooR full of valuables, watched, but
did not see it advertised for."
Why didn't you take
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European hotel, 13th and Farnam.
Doug. 611 O. M.E.Uaul Trunk I
room, modern, tirivi
Hy. 624 So. 26th Ave. E .
CAPITOL HOTEL, 18th and Capitol Ave J
American or European; steam beat and
modern eonvenlcnces. E 473
TWO nicely furnished light housekeeping
rooms, modern. 815 8. 18th St.
E M4-'0 28
1 OR 2 furnished or unfurnished rooms,
new flat, modern; references required.
Inquire mornings, 416 S. 25th Ave.
E 474 25 x
NEWLY furtiishefl rooms; new house; one
block north of Farnam car: gentlemen
only; every modern convenience; hot
water heat. 107 S. 31st St. E 115 novl'x
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
Doug. 611 0. M. E. Uaul Trunk-
THE ROSE. 2020 Harney
'irra rooms; good board.
FOR RENT HOUSES
WE DO expert piano moving at loweat
prices. Tel. Douglaa 1625. Bohmoller &
Mueller Piano Co., 1311-1313 Farnam.
ITOTTSF.S 1" Prt" of tha city. R
. c Meters Sc Co.. Bee Bldg.
tHJUOrjO 0- r uvl Co.. Bee Bldg.
HOU8ES, insurance. Rlngwalt. Barker Blk,
OMAHA Van & Storage Co., pack, move,
store H. H. goods; storehouse 1120-24 N.
19th. Office. 1611 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 15.'.
STYlRAnV Household goods, inor-
K3i-VJiVVUXj ohnrtle etc Fred llUHll
Transfer Line. 1L03-6 Farnam St.
D M508 Nov.
WE MOVE pianos. Mnggard Van Stor
age Co. Tel. Doug. 1496. Office, 1713 Web
ster St. 1-61
BEE us when shipping household goodt to
large cl'ies went. We ran save you money.
EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY CO., 214 N.
Sixteenth Bt. Tel. Doug. 1195. D-85J
26th and Half-Howard Sts.,
6 and 6 rooms each, modern in
every respect. Rent, $37.50 and
GEORGE CO.. 1601 FARNAM.
Phone Douglas 766.
D 450 Nov4
FOR RENT 9-room house, all modern; fur
nace: 126. C. M. Bachmann, 436 Paxton
FOR RENT A new modern 6-room houae.
Globe Lard and Investment Co., Patterson
FOR RENT Two first floor and ona second
floor flat, corner 2th and Douglas. Globs
Land and Investment Co., Patterson Bldg.
COUNSMAN-VAN BURGH CO..
atorage and transfer. Best storage house
In the city. Immediate attention given.
1529-31-33 N. 16th Bt. Tel. Douglas-4619.
9-r. mod., very choice
2416 Sherman Ave.,
6-r. mod., good condition," 1H08 Corby,
8-r. mod., good condition, 2204 Maple,
7-r. mod., choice, 3103 Marcy, "0.
6-r., partly mod., 211 So. 28th Ave., $16.
4-r., new, two lots, 4644 Grant, $10.
Russell & McKitrick Co.,
432-33-34 Ramge Bldg. 15th and Harney fill.
D 446 26
FOR RENT Fine flat, all modern; good
furnace; 405 S. 26th Ave. William K.
potter receiver, 301 Brown Blk. D il9
FOR rent, October 16, to responsibly ten
ant 7-room house, 2857 Farnam St.; mod
ern except furnace; $26.50. Apply at oJ
N. 18th Bt. D M648
COLONIAL residence, opposite Hanscom
nark: modern; after Nov. L Phone
FIVE-ROOM house, 1312 So. 4th St.; now
being put in perfect condition; rent. $10.
Bemis, Paxton Blk. D-M399
FOR RENT To responsible tenant. 2103
locust Bt; modern 7-room house with re
ception hal!, cement basement, 'cement
walks, good barn; $30. Inquire at prem
FOR RENT To responsible tenant, mod
ern, 8-room house. In splendid repair,
Hanscom Park district. Inquire 1313 8.
2Sth St. D 406 25
NEW 5-room cottage, strictly modern, ex
cept furnace, south front, i block from
Harney car line, 322B Seward 8t., rent
$22.50. Bemis, Paxton Blk. D M434
FOR RENT Lower flat. 5 rooms,
Price $20. 3o4 Leavenworth.
FOR RENT Bam.
2604 Chicago St. Tel.
D M468 27
IF YOl' are unsuccessful In finding a ten
ant for your house see us. We have de
alt able, tenants wanting 6, 6 and 7-room
HASTINGS & HEYDEN.
1704 Farnam St. D M5U8 27
! IX )R Rent Modern S-room apartment;
steam lu-at; electric light; close in. Ad-
dress 1". 46, Bee. D M497 27X
j 2624 Wirt St., 6 rooms, all modern, $26.
I 1524 Wirt St., 6 rooms, modern, new, J;tn.
I 2215 Dodge St., 9 rooms, modern but heat,
i 1138 8. .Tilth Ave.. 11 rooms, all modern, $4u.
! 263), Hamilton St., 9 rooms, modern but
1 164K S. -'nili St., 6 rooms and barn, modern
! but heat, $J5.
27 Farnam St.. 6 rooms, $26. fo.
! HASTINGS & HEYDEN.
j 17o4 Farnam St.
CENTRAL, steam, modern 7-room house.
Tizard. 220 N. 23U. IJMal..
jTQR RENT STORES & OFFICES
FOR RENX Desk room In Bee office,
city hall building, 417 N. 25tb St., buuth
Omaha. Apply to manager. 1134
i FOR RENT Large corner
I 16th and Vinton Sts., $30.
I iiianu. 43( Paxton Blk.
C. M. Bach
I THE two store rooms, with basements,
I at 7(i3 -i 6 S. 16th fclieet; isu per month
lor both. .
I Inquire R. C. PETERS A CO..
i Ground Floor. Bee Bldg.
BUILDING Ki05 Farnam, will be vacant
November 15; 22xUu; I fl-xirs and base
ment. Apply 314 First NaT! Bank Bldg.
D10S1RABLE sloreroon; and base
ment. 20x feet, near 16th and How
ard Sts. Vacant about Nov. If l:i.
GEORGE & CO., pud FARNAM ST.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED By a music teacher, two rooms,
fin ii is lie ,1 or uiifurni&he.i, wiih heat,
within In minutes' walk of poetotflce. Ad
dress B, Diexel Hotel, City. K 610 2i,x
LOST AND FOUND
LOST- Vet rinarv certificate or diploma;
16 reward for return. Auk! re en U 3. Int.
a Cee want ad and get
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
THE HOMES OF
There are more of Omaha's business men
living in Kountze Place than In any other
part of the city. That alone Is one of the
liest reasons why you phould buy one of
the lots we are offeilng for sale at about
HALF THE COST
you would be compelled to pay for s.ich de
sirable lots in the west or southwest part
of the city, that have paved streets, per
manent sidewalks, good schools, churches,
close to car and within 13 minutes' drive to
the business center,
Kountze Place extends from Locust street
to Plnkney north and south from 16th or
Sherman avenue to 24th street east and
west. All lots are uniform In size, no hills
or hollows, no old or small houses. It will
pay you to have us show you the lots and
give you prices on Kountze Place lots Iw
tore you buy. We can assist you in build
ing. We build about 25 houses every year.
Have many plans to select from.
WE MUZ SOLE AGENTS.
Hastings & Heyden
1704 Farnam St.
RE 480 25
$25,000 for the 3-story and
basement brick building at
Nos. 1611, 1613 and 1615 How
ard St., and ground lease run
ning until March 1, 1974; net
income from the property
now over $2,300 per year, and
rents , on stores can be. in
creased when present leases
$16,500 for 2-story and base
ment brick building at Nos.
413, 416 and 417 N. 25th St.
South Omaha, with lot 60x150
feet; net Income now over
$1,700 per year; we Invite in
spection of these properties.
GEORGE & CO., 1601 Far
On Webster street, JuM west of 83d St.,
close to car, has city water, sewer, bath,
gas and electric light. This is a bargain.
Must be sdld in 30 days.
Hastings & Heyden,
1704 Farnam St.
40TH ST. RESIDENCE.
10 rooms, thoroughly modern, hot
water heat, two good east front lota,
large treea, ijeaj- car line. No. 366
N. 40th St. Prlc. $10,000.
GEORGE & CO., 1601 FARNAM BT.
RE 490 28
Home and Investment
- 2918 N. 30th St., ten rooms,
modern, and two acres ground
(12 lots), on Car line, for $7,500.
You can't beat this.
C. R. GLOVER & SON,
Room S. N. Y. Life.
RE M472 28
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
FOR QUICK SALE
$4,000 buys the pair of two-story 7-room
frame dwellings at 1310 and 1312 8. 28th
Bl. ; all modern except furnace, now
renting at $Mu per annum.
$J,0o0 buys 9-room frame dwelling at 2809
Poppleton Ave.; fully modern; now
vacant; was rented at $384 per annum.
$7,Ouo for Do9 and 611 N. 18th St., two 8-room
fully modern frame dwellings, with 4
room cottage in the rear; rents for $8b0
$1,200 for 2902 Charles Bt.; 6-room cottage;
full lot, on corner.
W. B. MEJKLE.
$06 Ramge Building.
' 1309-11 Howard, 3-story and
basement, brick, modern. Good
C. R. GLOVER & SON,
RE M 472 28
HOMES AT REASONABLE
$4,500 for 6010 Underwood Ave., new
8-room modern house, lot 50x128 feet,
house unoccupied; key at our otlKe.
Nonresident owner anxious to aell
and wants offer. Immediate posses
sion. -Part cash, balance monthly
lew than rent. Built for a home,
$.'!.8ii0 for new 7-room 2-story square
house, all modern, on 2Mb street near
$2,760 for 8-room house with rlty
water, sewer, gas and new furnace,
laige barn, easi front, lot 46x127 ft.,
on 241 h street near Nicholas. Re
dueed from $3.UI0 for quick sale.
$2,700 for 6-rooui, 2-story house.
' modern except heat, well built and
nearly new. 3124 California St.
$1,860 for 8-room. 2-story house, all
modern except heat, nearly new,
near 24th and Burt St.
$1,700 for 6-room cottage, modern
fxeept heat, on Fowler Ave. near
24th St. Immediate possession.
GEORGE & CO. 1601 FARNAM.
Three Sniall Homes
Vinton Bt., near 20th; 4-room cottage, on
paved street; 44 ft. lot; very cheap at $1,100;
Franklin St., three blocks from car;
good 6-room hoUre; city water; gas: per
manent walks; barn: all In first-class con
dition; tine home: only $1,300. i
Ames Ave. and 38th St.; brand new 6-room
cottage; enamel bath: water; gas; large
lot; fine view: nothing better for the
money; eaey terms; $1,360.
Many more in all parts of the city at
Ask us about cheap luls. We have them.
506 8 16th St."
320 ACRES Boyd county. Nebraska, land;
I'D acres Texas county, Muwourl, Im
proved and fenced and cross-fenced, also
1JU acres of Polk county. Nebraska, land.
Improved, any one of the above we will
exi bange for good general merchandise.
good town Income property, or western
land, or hardware stock; live stock also i
considered. Address Hastings Bros., In
ceola, Neb. RE M 481 27x
TOWNSEND Realty Co., Fremont, Neb.,
buy, aell and exchange lands, city prop
erly and uici'cUandiae; try us for deal.
FOR SALF REAL ESTATE
Fine Home at Sacrifice
Ten rooms, strictly tmtM
ei n, onk finish, good repair,
lot ,"iiixl.!. large barn, drive
any, pnved street, permanent
walks hihI stone steps. Former
prlc" '..5im- now $4 -f. Must be
sold yet this month.
GlvOVEIi & SON,
Room 3, N.
crn built; one
residence, new and mod
of the handsomest and
houses in tlie West Fr-
Prlce, quick sale, only
ji.'.wji; can give immediate possession.
For particulars see
HICKS REAL ESTATE CO.
Tel. Douglas 1169 429 Board of Trade Bide.
A. 9-room hcuse X2,ii.
X 6-room house $2.5no.
V 6-room house $1,500.
V 5-room house $1,100.
Will s.li the above s:iaps If taken at onee.
GLOBE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO.,
Puttersou Block. RE M.197
BEAUTIFUL Wfrt St.; modem home; hot
wjter heat; 75 feet front: space to build
anotner house; strictly tlrst-class condi
tion; large barn; must sell; make offer.
See owner. 1921 Wirt St. RE M 953
TWO modern houses at the southwest cor
ner of 31st end Cass Sts., with ground on
which to build another house. paved
street, east front, nice shade trees. Maks
me an offer for on or both.
Room 1, N. Y. Life Bldg.
C. G. CARLBERG, real estate and Insur
ance 911 N. Y. Life. 'Phone Red -7497.
RE- M 179
$25 DOWN, $5 PER MONTH
Five lots In a thickly settled part of
Omaha. 2 blocks from car line, handy to
South Omaha. Owner bound to sell; has
cut the terms and authorized us to cut
price $100 per lot. The first customer gets
a lot for $300, Just ns good and $60 cheaper
than the others. That's as cheap as lota
aro offered in the outskirts of the city.
J. H. DUMONT & SON,
9(6-6 N. Y. Life Bldg. 'Phone Douglas 690.
RE 503 26
EXCELLENT I N V EST M E N T 3 splendid
lots on Fort St., fronting south, corner
of 26th Ave ; lots alone worth $1.3on, with
3-rooni cottage on premises; sewer In
street; for sale at a great sacrifice, $l,2ii.
Just think of It. C. G. Carlbenr. 911 N. Y
Life. RE M517 26
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam, 6 and att
per cent loans on real estate; no delay.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. wT
Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St.
BUILDING loans on residence property; i
per cent. W. B. Meikle, Ramge Blk.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead. 1520 Doug
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and resl
denc property In Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Brennan, R. 1, N. Y.
WANTED City loans. R. C.
Peters & Co.
City & farm loans. O. F. Carson Co., N.Y.L
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H,
i nomas, ouo r irsi National iiank Bldg.
FOR SALE FARMS
A Chance to Speculate
10.000 acres in western Ne
braska, 10 miles from the
main line of the Union Pa
cific railroad and about 15
miles from the B. & M.;
mostly all good, smooth land;
good soil; no Band; will bo
1 used for agricultural pur
poses soon, ut the rate peo
ple aro going west. Price, $5
per acre; easy terms.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
1st Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.,
H M496 2
TO SETTLE AN ESTATE
FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
812 acres In Sarpy Co., at Gilmore. four
miles south of South Omaha. . This Is
one of the finest farms In the pappio
valley; 200 acres In corn this year, yielding
60 bushels to the acre; 100 aeree In meadow
and pasture, and 12 acres In timber; has
running water and railroad trackage; im
provements consist of 9-room house, large
barn, granary, hog house, corn irib, nil In
first class condition. Must be sold by No
M'CAGL'E INVESTMENT CO.,
1506 Dodge St., Omaha. Tel. Douglas 415.
H M4-9 :t
THREE farm bargains,
bell, Litchfield. Neb.
Write J. T. Camp.
II M916 Nliix
WELL IMPROVED 0-acre farm; fine
land. Address Box 62, R. 5. Council
Bluffs. , H M103 25x
THREE farm bargains,
bell. Litchfield. Neb.
Write J. T. Camp-11-103
CHAMBERS Now open. Adult beginners
Mondays and Thursdays. Children
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Special class
strictly for married couples, now forming,
every Tuesday evening. Tele. Doug. 1S71.
WORTH considering, isn't it. when Mo
raud's I lancing School for adults will Hell
you a ticket good for 12 lessons at the
reduced price of, ladies $4. gentlemen $5.
which will teach you how to dance per
fectly? Former pupils one dollar less.
Three assistants to help beginners. Cull
or Tel. Douglas li41. Fall terms begins
Friday, Nov. 2, 8 p. m. i2 N14X
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
MISS IRMA SPRINGER, piano lessons 56
cents. 132V N. 41st St.. Walnut Hill car.
Moos Nov. Yi
CHATELA1N School of Languages-Day
and evening clafci-es. Frem h, Geriu.ui,
Spanlnh; fencing. Davidge Bldg.
HORSES & WAGONS FCR SALE
ONE team of marcs. Myers.
FOR Halt High-class (custom made) sta
tion ttagon, has Im-cii us-d oitlv a ft-w
times. It can Is- seen at A- J Simp-ton
boll s, 14c9 I'ouglus Si. if Mm Suv 1
OWENS Dora. October 24. pi. agcl 31
Vi'rs, ct li'T hit- residence, 1416 Cali
I'lincrM Friday, October 26. at 2 P m.
from residence. Friends invited. inter
ment Iiuril 11111 cemetery.
CROHHY Mrs. Anna M . wife of George
E. Crosby, Wednesday, October 4. 1!V
Knneril Fri'Iiiv nt :(.: p. m. from ('.is
tellar Street Presbyterian church. Six
teenth and Ciistellar streets. Friends 'n
vltcd. I'lraev omit flowers. Interment at
ltin ine. Wis.
HEPS A SWOBODA. 1415 Farnam.
L. HENDERSON. 1619 Farnam.
Great Wratern Granite Co. Douglas 6fc21.
- M;i Novl7
SEWING machines rented. Any make:
e per nrrR or per mninu. o,-vie-
hand machines for sale, i&.oo and up
Neb. Cycle Co.. 16th and Harney.
DR. ROY. chiropody. Doug. 6497. 1605 Far.
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME. Mrs
Dr. King. Ztl8 N. 21st St. Tel. Doug. 3-
yyving anu cleaning, spoimiim and .
Ing; only 6c per yard. Send for price list
Ann GOLDMAN PLEATING CO..
400 Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas 1936.
CITY 8 T K A M.
Tel. Doug. 264.
211 8. lllh St.
SWEET scented skin, smooth as satin
made by Satin skin cream and powder.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits castoff
clothing; In fact, anything you do not
need; we coll cf, repair and sell, at III
N. 11th St., for cost of collecting to the
worthy poor. Call phone Doug. 4136 and
wagon will call. U 511
FREE medical and surgical treatment at
Crelghton Medical college, 14th and Dav
enport Sis.; special attention paid to
K coiitlnemt nt cases; ail tieatincnt super
vised by cot-.'nc professors. 'Phone
Doug. 1167. Cails answered day or night.
THE CITY GARBAGE CO., office 4lh and
Leavenworth sU. Tel. Douglas 13s7.
. U 83
SURVEYING, BHckensderftr, S12 Bee Blog
OHAHA Stammerers' Institute, Ramse
Bldg. U 31
will find good comfortable homes for
babies whose mothers cannot care lor
them. See "Mother Le, Supt." Tinley
Rescue Home. 4ul Bancroft ot.
U 700 ocUS
MAGNETIC! f?atmcnt and both. Mme.
x.iA.i Srm,h v u -,ti ,,,r.
V MIO." norl
CHAMPION Carpet cleaning. Douy. 066. l,r2
Leavenworth. U M4S6 Nov8
ANY POOR GIRL In need of u friend call
or write to the matron of the Sulvatl in
Army Home for Women at S821 N. 2!th
6t.. Omaha. Neb. U M100
TRY KELLY'S Laundry. 'PhonJ Douglas
PRIVATE home during connnement; b;i
bles adopted. The Good Samaritan San
itarium, 728 First Ave.. Council Blurts.
Ia. Tel. 774. U 322
DRS. VOGEL private hospital for women
and for ludies before and during connne
ment. 2319 8. 13th St., Omaha. Nub.
FOR anything in the sewing machine Una
go to P. E. Floilman Co., 1514 Capitol
A.V0. II-M1S3 Nov3
TYPEWRITERS rented. $2.60 per month;
all makes; satisfaction guaranteed. Fox
Typewriter Supply Co., 1822 Farnam St.
U 369 Novi
A Dollar Free for You.
This coupon will be taken as $1 payment
on a $10 purchase of Bhoea, huts or cloth-'
ing; balance paid as you earn It.
liOMu. ChEun C-Oi'HLN- COMPANY,
1520 Dodge St., Cor. 16th,
L 118 N18
PENNELL Millinery Co.. 322 North 16tU
St. U-M254 Jan5
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no pain, no
detention from business. Call or writ
for booklet, etc. (jCICK CURE RUP
TURE CO., 511 Woodmen of Woild Bldg.,
Crelghton Dental college. Patients free.
Free treatment at Crelghton Dental col
lege. U M540 Novll
IF LUCKY you get your picture enlarged
to life size In genuine crayon free hi our
drawing contest, every day, 10 a. m. to
P- sn., guaranteed worth $6. Wallace
Bristol & Co., Artlats, 520 N. 16th St.
U M670 NovlO
C. J. PALMQUIST Custom shoe nakor.
4124 Hamilton St., and 107 8. 16ih St.
U M665 Nov. 10
ECZEMA absolutely cured by W. A. Pax
ton's salve. B. J. Scanneii, agent. It 9 Waia
Blk. V M89i Novl5
CHRIST ENSON, carpet cleaning. Tel.
Doug. 1669. U 874 Nov. 14
THP1 ACORN Press.
Tel. Doug. 3792.
1510 Howard Bt.
U M999 Nov'.S
H ALSTED Show cards snd small signs.
61 Douglas Blk. Tel. Doug. .Shoo.
6YR1NGES. rubber roods, by mv.ll: cut
B rices; send for -free catalogue. Mvers
lllon Drug Co.. Omaha. L' 82.7
DR. PRIES, specialist, women's diseases,
weaknesses, dlschaiges, Irregularities,
cured painlessly and safely. Withneil
block, 15th and Harney. P.ouin 2, Omaha.
BEST nerve bracer for men. "Gray's Nerve
Food Pills" $1 bos. postpaid. Sherman A
MeConnell Drug Co.. Omaha. 665
LYNGSTADHigh Grade 1907 Calendars.
r i,ii)ci' 8 E. corner 16th bi aud
JUHVE. capilol Ave. x n7
COMPLETE line ot 1907 calendars! Suell
Printing Co.. 3i0 S. 12th Bt. -157 Nova
JOB pruning and binding. Springer Print
ing Co., 2u5 No. 17th. Tel. Doug. 2071.
Miu9 Nov. 10
CENTRAL PRINTING CO.: fine Job work;
typewritten letters. 110 8. 17tli St., 1
blocks north Bee Bldg. M644 Novl2
V. J. LARSON CO., patent luwyftrs;
patent book free. Bee Bldg., Omaha, N -h
PIIARPE MACHINE WORKS-i'atents
procured, inventions deveioucd. drawings.
i patterns, castings, machine work, mn!
b. Jinn bt. uj
PATENTS procured and sold 1 fe. Nafl.
Investment Co., Douglas Blk . 16th and
Dodae. . M-413 Nov 6
IF YOU do not find what you want In this
column, put au ad lu and you will soon
get it. Z'ii.
FOR EXCHANGE A number of good fut
mortgage loans and good lands to ex
cliangc lor groceries or a griieral slock
of m"rclian'i:se. Globe jnd & Invest
ment Co., Pallet sou Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
I J M. Msefnrland. 3c9 N. Y. . Bldg. Tel.
I Doug. M iti Nov
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
A In. n nn flirnlttirS.
tr other chattels, left In yjur f
(Undisturbed Possession) I
IF YOU NEED
If) psy your grocer, Is ml lord, rr any athf
bills which may be botlierlrrg you.
Our plan the best as we give yoa a writ
ten copy of the rontrsct with a
If paid before the contract, exptrea.
made to people atecdllj employed.
OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN COj
taibllshed 1892 ) Tel. Doug. tSar"
lis Board or iraoe Biag. i
IM So. 16th Street.
MONEY TO LEND
ON SALARIES, FURNITURE. PIANOS,
HOUSES AND WAGONS.
This is your opportunlty to get money
and pay those Utile annoying debts. Ar
range otir affairs now so that when the
cold weather comes you will only havs one
company to owe.
You can repay us in small weekly or
monthly payments, best suited to your In
come; amounts peid before due, full rebate
Is ALWAYS a.iowed.
Reliable Credit Co.
houms o7-.'.0 I'axton Block.
Corner Farnam and Sixteenth Sts.
and others furnished money upon their
own uumes, without security; easy pay
ments; ulhces In t3 principal clticb. Save
yourself money by getting my term tlisU
1). H. 10iUilN,
714 New York Life Bldi;.
DK. PKINOW3 MONEY,
loaned on furniture, salary, pianos, horses,
etc., in any amount; icrj than milf rales;
pelted privacy; immediate attention; any
terms wanted. Payments suspended wlnu
sick or out of wui . 214 ivarbach Blk.
2U9 South 16th St. X 411
lJowen7703 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Advances private money on chattels or
salary; easy to get; no red tape; you gel
money same day asked for at small cosu
Open evenings till 7, X 842
EAGI.E LOAN OFFICE; reliable, accom- L'
mudating; all business confidential. 1301
Douglan. X 844 J
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew-
elry, horses, cows, etc. C 1'. Keed, jio h.
FURNITURE, live stock, salary loans.
Duff Green Loan Co., room 8, Burner
CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry loans.
Foley Loan Co., 1604 Farnam St. X 840
CHATTEL snd salary loans. Phoenix
Credit Co., 12(3 Paxton block X 84 1
WANTED Hustling snlesman traveling
this locality to sell eninieleil ware, tin
.ware, specialties, nssoilmentn, etc., ns
side line; most liberal commission. Dead
one save stumps. Crlswell Mercantile Co.,
Ii8 S. Meridau St., Indianapolis, Ind.
It 161 2
WANTED Experienced salesman for fur
niture trade, January 1st; give references,
experience, etc. Address C 17, Bee.
BUY plumbing supplies direct. Wholesaler
prices. Stive on every artfXe. Only flrsr"
class goods handled. Prompt attention ts
every order. Send for catalogue. B. F.
Karol. 236 Harrison St., Chicago, III.
118 N. 15th St.
Repair work our specialty.
Tel. Douglas 1477.
DRESSMAKING In family or at hom
Miss Sturdy, 20(6 Davenport. Phone Har
ney 2812. 721
M' DOW ELL system of dressmaking and
cutting; patterns cut to measure; lessons
Tuesday and Thursday evenings. 1623
Farnam. M612 N25
CHAMPION fe' ces
ANCHOR and Iron Fencing; Wire Fencing
6c per foot. 205 N. 17Ui St. Tel. Red-614.
876 Nov 14
JOHNSON Institute, 41S
Y. L TeL
over 1500 Farnam. TeL
Y'OU can nffnrd an automobile If you get
one or our ourguins in uwi cars now
the time to buv: send description of car
. and let us suluiill some snaps. 'I lie Auto
mobile Exchange, lt45 Michlgur Ave
Chicago. 502 26
WETMORE de'ective service. 'Phone Red
7401. Rooms 13 and 14 Union Blk., 15th
and Farnam. M9 Nil
FOR YOUR CHILDREN
The lest legacy vou can leave
them is land. The VbIob Faclflo B.
K. Co., is selling tine tarm and
ranch lands In Kansas, Western
Neb, Colorado and Wyoming at
$3 TO 75 rh'11 ACKE.
For Information regarding lands
and excursion ites apply
LAX1 AUEXCY l'. I. IL II.
Dept. B, 318 8. 16 th Street.
GENERAL DEPOT, QUARTEH41AI-
ca I e.
t.-r s I'epariment, Jetiersonvllle,
Oct. 2.1. !!. Sealed proposals. In trlnll
endorsed on cover, "i'ropoas Is for quarter
masters supplies.-, ana addressed to uu
dersigned, will be received here until 10 a
m., November 22, 19ii. for slatlnneiy, office
furniture, paints, wagons, ranges, lamps,
hardware, leather and miscellaneous sup
plies, reituired for Manila, P. .1., as per
schedule, which will be furnished on appli
cation to this deot and the depots at New
Y'ork and San Francisco. Preference given to
articles of domestic production or manu
facture. The right ts reserved to reject
or accept any or all bids or any part
thereof. J. M. Marshall, assistant quar
termaster general and depot quartermas
ter. . 028-24-25-26 N20-21
MORE PAY FOR
Hnula Kt Htailoa Mea to He Paler
(ouiiulaaioa oa feu laierclal
TOPEKA. Kan., Oct. 25.-J. E. Hurley,
general manager of the Atchison, Topeka
Santa Fe railway, announced today that
all stiiion telegraph operators ha handle
Wi-ftein Union messages will henceforth
be given 10 per cent of all the revenue de
rived from thla class of aork. About
operators are affected by this order aj.
meaiia an Increased expenditure of $200
a year by the railway company. Six week
ago the Sjnta Fe Increased the ,aty of l.o,.'.
oilier oHratora and the aggregate lucreai..
in income lor the employed per )sac
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