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TIIE OMAHA DAILY REE: TITESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1906.
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First Winter Term
Hoy lea Business College
School of Telegraphy
Monday, lecember 3.
Iay and Night.
The fro catalogue In ready ask for it.
H. B. BOYLES.
President Boyle Bldg..
0maba- yeb- U-M2U7
GAS & ELECTRIC FIXTURES
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
812 S. 15th St. Tel. Douglas 61.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works mak a spe
cialty of fire escapes, shutters, doom and
safe. O. Andreen, Prop. JOB S. 10th St.
SIGN PAINTING 8. H. Cole. 1302 DougMs.
IOWA Sanitary Cleaning Co., 1919 Farnam.
DR. ROY, chiropody.
Ioug. 6497. ISnS Far.
HEFLIN Locksmith, moved upstairs: en
trance, 1324 Farnam. Tel. Dour. 2974.
RUBBER ST A M PS Western Stamp and
Stencil Co., 312 8. 12th St. Bend for cata
logue. R-M.1G5 DJ
IAVI3 BROS.. Machinists; general repair
ing. 14(6 Jacknon St. Tel. Douglas 2990.
R M742 D12
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
MUST sacrifice ali the furnishing of my
beautiful home, everything of the very
best quality, material and workmanship,
artistic. In design, and must be sold re
gardless of cost; 6-piece. mahogany
parlor suit, hand carved leather chairs
ard rockers, hall clock, odd parlor
chairs, library table In mahogany, and
massive oak dining set, leather-seated
chairs, sideboard and buffet, dreasers
and chiffoniers In mahogany, Tooma
mahogany and quarter-sawed oak ; brass
beid, h.-ilr mattres and box springs, drop
head Singer sewing machine, handsoiuu
leather couch. Inlaid, mahogany center
tables, Axmlnltter rugs, ilne pictures,
large mantel mirror, lace curtains, por
tiers, also beautiful mahogany upright
piano. These goods are the very
rhoicest, selected with great care and
It Is worth your time to see these fur
nishings If you contemplate, refurnish
ing or beginning housekeeping. These
goods were used less than 3 months,
are without scratch or mar and will bi
Hold st your own. price. Call at once
tor choice selections, 1231 Paritwllde
avenue. Take Harney street car, get oil
at parkwljdo avenus and Pierce St.
v i v : Q MS60 20x
POTATOES for sale In carload lots. C. L.
lieebn, Mondaroln. la. - ti M100 20x .
BHERIFF'S SALE. of unclaimed household
goods and piano, commencing Nov. 21,
'(;, at Omaha Van and Storage Co. s
w-nrchouse at 10 a., m.; 34 lots must go.
'1120-24 North lath. Q-491 a
TVTO Beaiey letter cabinet. In good condi
tion, made of walnut and have two draw
era each. Call at Bee business office and
get a bargain.-- ' Q 4lx
FOR SALE-New and soeopj-hand bllliurd
and pool tables; we lead the world In
cheap - bar fixtures; easy pavments.
,.,Urunewlck-3alkc-Colle.ndar, 407 B. loth Su
' ' Q-bTO
SEND us your mail orders for drugs;
freight paid on 110 lots. Myera-Dlllon
Drug Co., Omaha. . . . Qbli
MILK cows, easy terms, 43d and Center.
' . - Q-72
SODA, FOUNTAIN, any size. 1813 Farnam.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.. best mixed
paint. Sherunan & McConnull Drug Co.
HALL'S f a,ies. new, 2d-hand. 1818 Farnam.
FOR BALE Empty Ink barrels. Inquire of
J. R. Campbell. Bee mall room. Q 418
FOR SALE Empty packing cases, cheap.
.Addreea V 38. Bee ofllce. Q 414
7mahX 'Auction co., too s. ith. Tel.
Doug. 6T52. Q MK D14
ONE 6-ln'h Jenkins' Valve for sale Apply
W. H. Bildgea, engineer. Bee Bldg.
(""UNREDEEMED overcoats, 41 No.
ISth. ' Q-M3W D15
YES. try it. J4.75 ton, Mlsoourl nut coal.
'Phone Douglas 2417. HARMON -V'
EKTH CO. Q-M441 D7
BlXiS, furniture, etc.; aUvo piano; cbei).
415 N. fcd. Q-M9 20
NaUn keg. Star Box Co., I.ti7 St. Miry'a a v.
... Q-M941 30
FftTsJ music leseons for I months with each
iiHi,..Blano purchased before January 1.
. MATHEWS PIANO CO.,
-; 1513 Harney 8t.
. . - . Q-217 Dl
U) USFl pianos and organs must be sold
4fore lir-ntory January 1, 19lt7. See us
for prices nrtd ti'rmo.
)U liitAVb PIANO CO., t."lS Hxiney St.
FOR SALE Thrtw and one-half horw
power Demp4ei' gasoline engine; used ten
mouiha: ijst-clAsti condition: SI25; liitd tr
1 .tit In larger enslne. Martin r Martfn,
Fi: City, Neb. Q-M23U 22x
XR SAlJi OR EXCHANGEJ No. 3;; a
line stock of general merchandise, located
In 1 good KanaMS town; will Uivoloe about
$.0U; a flue paying bui,luaa; will ex
. hanne for well iaiproved farm.
No. ls A nn drug atock. located In a
giKid low ton of low iiihamiaiiis; ki:l
invoice alx.ut IL5.UJU; will sell fur cash on
ay terms u: exclmnge fur good real e
(ttie. Qlobe Land and Iuvtstment Co.
Omaha, Neb. - J& M743
IF YOU do not nod what you want In toil
column, put au ad iu and you will auoa
get 11. Z Uii
FOR EXCHANGaA number of good Ural
mortgage loans and good lauds to ex
change for gioceriea or a general stock of
Merchandise. Giob Land and Investment
Cuuipjuy. i'a'.tersun tiidg., Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALE Or trade f.ir automobile, d
Mlrabl realdtoce lot on Pratt St. Ad
urru Bus tfX Route 2, Florence. Neb.
7. j-M in 2f .
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED 10 or 13 acre adjoining Omaha.
Give full description and pi Ice. Address C,
:u i'eurl bt., Council Bl'Jflc.
WANTED 'i'o buy second-hand furniture,
aioves. carpets, clothing and shoes; puy
the best prices. Tl. lougla 3j;i.
WANTED Legiioi 11 chlikeiis. Sui age,
quantity lid pil-r. Addles O 3"8, Be.
. ' , N-M153 2J
WANTE1 Second-hand mlmeogiaph. Ad-i.;i-sa
322 V. ulh Si., Grand Irlund, Neb.
N M2J 24X
A'.'ANTKD-Curload of g.iod apples. Inquire
at Midland Hotel. Swart. N 3d 2x
HORSES & WAGONS FOR SAL
llOH&LS-'AU kinds. Myer. 1H5 Jarkan.
P Via D4
NliE' horn-. V'lgjn- an, I liiine,.. tk ,l
at uika.. n; .. 2.:d e j'- Jll :tx
WANTED MALE HELP
WAN'TEt Young men of good habits end
with high pchool eriui atlon to study
drafting and struct-im! f-figlneexltir:
tracers make from f to $1"0 per month;
draftsmen fmm 'I00 to 1M per month,
engineers from $1. to lli'.flfo per yeir:
tosltlons always open sll over the coun
try and demand for men cannot 1k sup
plied; we run prepare you to become n
good tracer In 4 months; a good structural
and bridge draftsman In from 4 to i?
months, according to talent, and can guar
antee you a position as soon as efficient;
young men with common school education
can take up preparatory work; all In
struction glv-n personally, two e'er'.nas
per week, end studies can be carried en
while working at other work: n n-w clam
will he organized Ieccmber 1; all Inter
ested are requested to write for Informa
tion. Address M 3.'6, care Bee.
D M131 S
AUTOMOBILE drivers, mechanics, chauf
feurs, repair men, demonstrators, sabs
men, garage managers wanted all over
the country. Nineteen hundred and
even will offer great opportunities and
high salaries for competent men. Our
practical auto-educatloo can be acquired
bv night study at small, monthly cost.
Positions secured through our employ
ment bureau. We have the only practi
cal series of text books In existence, and
our Instructors are experts. Study now
and be ready for the spring opportuni
ties. Full particulars. Including one free
lesson and Dictionary of Motoring terms.
Address The Correspondence School of
Automobile Knglneerlng, suite 1895.
American Garage, 40 West 60th St., New
York City. 2'X
WANTED - YOUNG MEN OF GOOD
HABITS Age 18 to 35, to prepare for fire
men and biakemen on all the leading
railroads and for new roads bow being
completed; experience unnecessary : fire
men. 1100 per month; brakemen, $80 per
month, with rapid promotion to engineer
and conductor. Many positions now open.
National Ry. Training Aii'n, 620 X. Pax
ton block. Omaha. Neb. B-102 Dl
WANTFD Five boys: good wages; perma
nent Job. A. D. T. Co., tl2 S. 13th St.
DRITO STORES bought and sold; drug
clerk wanted. F. V. Knclst. C4 N. Y. L.
WANTED S boya.
Omaha Box Co.,
WANTED For the IT. S. Marine Corps,
men between agea 21 and 36. An oppor
tunity to see the world. For full In
formation apply In person or by letter to
Recruiting Officer, V. S. National Bank
Bldg., Cor. J2th and Farnam Sts., Omaha,
Neb. B M620 30x
WANTED-Uutter tub hooperc: write u.
Crete Butter Tub Co., Crete, Neb.
B MS07 23
COATMAKER wanted at once.
Llndecrants, Holdrege, Nen.
B M771 23x
TWO hustlers to handle a new line Chriat
mas articles; city work. 1619 Howard.
V. 8. NAVY enlists for four years young
men and mechanics of good physique
and character. Oood pay, according to
quallflcatlona. Advancement when qual-
N" o , T).r.rntiriV fltntlnnH. ( ) HI U M il.
Lincoln, Hastings, Sioux City and Des TWO front rooms with all modern tm
Molnes. B M8U7 DIB provements. with or without board. 3113
WANTED Men to learn barber trade. We
prepare you ior position:, i- ' -J
weekly. Most thorough system of ti"n
kind in the world, located in 22 leading
cities. Tools given; wages In flnlMng
room; positions and locations waiting.
Call or write, Moler Barber College, 1116
Farnam St. B M8i6 23x
APPLICANTS of ability placed In high
grade positions through the officers of
Call at once or write for particulars.
WESTERN REK. A- BOND ASSN. (Inc.),
840-3 N. Y. Life Bldg.
B M237 20
CANDY MAKERS" WANTED.
Wanted Flrct-clasf stick candy maker; one
who understands - making high-grade
pure sugar stick candy; highest wages
paid to right party. Balduff Pure Candy
Co.. 1114 Farnam St. B-KH lji
MKTi'nrnilT maker who understand
making nil kinds of fudges and caram-li?; 1
higiieet wages paia to nrst-ciass man.
Balduff Pur Candy Co., 1114 Farnam St.
PHOTO-ENGRAVERS WANTED Etchers,
photoeraphers and finishers; best wages
paid; open shop. F. P.. Russell, 221 Olivo
.St.. 8t. LoulH. ,, B-M9S7i3x
WANTED Competent, registered drug
clerk; must be quick, active and willing
to wcvk; referencH required. Harley
Drug (To., Lincoln, Neb. B M123 21
WANTED Experienced picture framer.
Applv Furniture Dept Ilayden Bros.
B 197 2d
GET right with your health; drink Cel-Pep-Ko
nerve-bracer and you're all right.
WANTKl-2 min and 2 lviys. Omaha Box
Co , East Omaha. B M3
WANTED At once, young nwn for pack
ing room of crockery department. See
Mr. Elms, second floor. The Bennett Co.
B ill 19
WANTEDAt once, boy over 15 to make
niltiSll USeiUI in crocKej-y iioptrimeiii.
See Mr. Elms, second floor. The p..ineit
Co. B 212 19
! TFN men to drive team. Sunderland Broc.
'V.. 20tti and Hlckorj- and 24tn ana 1 ayior.
B 213 :'J
WANTED An all around printer, no
honker. .Vr.rhor Publishing Co.. rVim I,
.Patterson Bldg. B M24
WANTED FEMALE HELP
WANTED Young girl about 14 or 15 year
to wheel baby morning and afternoon.
432 S. 38th Ave. C M-Wg
filRI. wanted for general hmisework; must
be good cook; two In family; salary satis
factory. 1 So. 82d Ave. C 885
j TliarU, Z2U M. 3u. u-mjii
WANTED-Young girl for general house- 1 ,
work; Danish preferred. 2S California ' FOR RENT 8-room flat, modern, good r
St. C-!0 pair, opposite Hanscom park $33. 'phon
OIRI.S wanted for turning bags, tacking
My nets; alfi uniall g'.rls tor cupping
threads. P.euils Omaha Pag Co.
GIRL for general housework. S126 '"hlessn
C M'.1 C"'
rt cm I S wanted to sork In khil t factory.
M. E. Siailli 6c Co., 11th and Dougl is.
C .via.S 2i
WANTED Experience-! cool;, with refer-
ences. Apply .Mrs. Ed aid Hayden. 2r13
Casa C-198 20
GIRL wanted iu iamily cf three.
WANTED Exi-vetienced mangle girls. City
SK-iun Liiuiuiry, 211 S. Utn. t 20!) 20
WANTEDGenerui housework (.Irl; also
Sfi-ond Kirl: highest wages; email fa mil v :
every convenlnuci?. l-'arnain cur. li! N.
WA-NTED Waist and aktit helpnn; girls
t learn dressmaking; errand girl Room
SW. Ramge bl.!g: M23. "lx
WANTED Mn with team und rig to sell
a line of bigb grade family remedies,
spites and extracts to consumer; must
be honefct, sober and Industrious. The
Gladstone Medicine Co., Huwarden. Iu.
WANTEf-Speclalty salesman. $;o weekly
aud expenses. Herzfeldt, Windsor Hotel.
WANTED Position by experienced mill
and elevator man. good mechanic. Ad
dress Y 161. Oruaha Iiee. A Ml l!x
LAW AND COLLECTIONS
WILLIAM WAPP1CH. commercial lawyer
end collections; corporation litigation and
claims collected: ertMtes probated: ab
stracts and legal papers prepared. No
tary public. Creighu-n Blk.
J. M. Marfarland. 3j N. Y. L. Bldg. TL
Doug, ilbiii. M i'4 D9X
WETMORE DU.iv Servtc. '1 bone Rwl
71. Ko.ms 13 and li, Uiuon Block. Utn
anj Farnam M-,o Dili
AMERICAN DETECTIVE ASSOCIATION,
ivniuty jperiiitend-iii. P. 1 1. Iu k Ix-s
ii., Omaha. M K2 ux
You would have made money, if you bought
t cal estate two years ago. Real estate is still
going up plenty of bargains on this page.
FUH RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
NEWLY -FURNISH ED front room in mod
ern apartment hones; bath convenient,
electric light and steam heat; short dis
tance from postofTtce and on main car
line; will make It homelike for gentleman;
no children In family. Address care C
44. Bee. E 165 21x
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT One or
two pleasant front rooms, furnished or
unfurnished; stuam heat, gaa, bath tele
phone, etc. fall Sunday, or after 5. HO
p. rr. week days. Tel. Red ?22. 221 N
24th St., flat 7. E Mloi 20
DEWEY European hotel. 13th and Farnam.
Doug. 611. O.M.E. Hauls Trunks
CAPITOI, HOTEL. 18th and Capitol Ave.;
American or European; steam beat.
NICE, large, southeast room; nicely fur
nished; all conveniences; electric light ar.d
gi, 'Phone Douglas 3S37. 217 S. L"th St.
FURNISHED ROOM for gentleman", pri
vate family. 3I N. 18th. E MS18 2i
NEATLY furnished room for entle.man;
new Oat. Telephone Douglas 68K.
HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping rooms. 17U
Jackson. E 187 21 X
STEAM-HEATED rooms; also housekeep
ing gulte. 2238 Farnam. flat 1. E 13 19
J ROOMS, light housekeeping. 111! 80. 11 til
St. E 83 22
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
VIENNA hotel; private' dining rooms;
TUB ROSE. 2020 Harney St., nicely fur
nished, warm, comfortable rooms. Good
board. F 430 2tx
MODERN rooms, home cooking, reason
able prices; 2216 Howard; 'Phone Douglas
S068. F fii
FINE southeast suite of rooms; steam
heat; choice mealB. 617 8. 18th.
THE Bachelors has vacant a few large
rooms, suitable for two persons.
NICELY furnished room
rlth board. 2224
, Liavenwurin dl. r mwi r
LARGE front parlor rooms, with steam
heat and board. 620 S. 17th. F-210 21x
UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
THREE nice large rooms, furnace., gas and
range connection. 1907 Wirt St. Tel. Red
2i57. ; G-M164
FOR RENT Three rooms for light house
keeping. 810 So. 27th St
G M222 26x
FOR RENT HOUSES
4546 Seward St., new 6-room cottage,
all modern but 'furnace, meter, nitlc
Hooted, 'iVk blocks from car line, I ID.
Hastings & Heyden,
,1704 Farnam St.
V 221 20
NEW wholesale house, 44IS2. five stories
high, in heart of wholesule district: relit
ch-ap account of oversupply of huildlngs;
especially adapted for lry, goods or gro
S. D. MERCER CO..
222 Paxton Block.
. . D S3t 19
FOR RENT, 8-R00M
ALL MODERN HOUSE,
West Farnam district, 35. N. P. Dorige St
Co.. 1714 FRrnam St. D 2i0 21
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas liS. So.hmoller A
Mueller Piano Co., 1311-1313 Farnam.
UnTTTTS ' a" Parta of the city. R.
UUUOIL.O c. P,tera Co.. Bee Bldg.
trrvnCIPS ' part of th city. Th
, HOUSES. Insurance. Rlngwalt. Barker Blk.
I OMAHA Van & StOBage Co., pack, move.
store H. H. gooas; aiorenouae .
Utn. Ofllce, lo l Farnam. Tel. Doug. lwi.
WE ;.'OVE pianos. Maggard Van & blot-
age Co. Tel. Doug w. umce, 1713 web-
SEE Ufc when shipping household goods to
large cities west. We can sjve you money.
EXPRESSMEN'8 DELIVERY CO.. 214 N.
Sixteenth St. Tel. Doug. 1195. D-6S9
COUNSMAN-VAN BURGH CO..
storage and transfer. Best storage house
In the city. Immediate attention given.
1021-31-33 N. 16th St. Tel. Douglas 4S'.I.
CENTRAL. team. modern T-room house.
1 uout,iaa -t u jo
, FOR REN T Modern, a-ioom. Dricg nouse,
I iu South Slat St.; $40 per month,
i Tliomus Brennan, room I N. Y. Lit
! CTAP AnV. Household goods. lnor-
i OlUuAUti char.di?. e.. Fred I:u
I Trarmfer Line. 1W2-5 Farnara St.
! D M526 D9
FOR RENT 8-roora house, all modein ex-
' cept furnace $20.
, -room house, all modern, new furnace 426.
' C. M. BACHMANN.
j 43 Paxton Block. ' D 493
COTTAGE, 2d and Francis, good condition,
J7. Lil ten 4b Bloom, Be building.
i 8-ROOM bouse. 2.r.' Rees St.. water In
; kitchen, oak finish down stairs, stair to
i large attic. 115.
BEMIS, PAXTON BLOCK.
NEW brick, one floor, 6-room cottage, mod
ern and lirst-class; also new modern M
room house, first-class in every particu
lar: both south fronts; one block from
S. D. MERCER CO.,
322 Paxton Blixk.
D-895 1 9
FOR RENT 7-room house, 2132 N. 27th;
newly painted and papered; $16.
Store loom. 33x66 feet: central location.
J. H. PARROTTE,
D M230 20
NEW brick and cement house. 4124 Ixard
St., occupied 18 months, vacated account
of leaving city: 9 rooms, cement porch,
lirst-class In every particular; low price
immediate tenantry. S. D. Mercer Co..
222 Paxton Block. D 86 19
ONE block to Hurney street car 2 houses,
one 5-room and unn 8-room; S. W. Cor.
34th and Decatur. Both fully repaired-$;5
and $-A respectively. D 832
FOR RENT 9-room modern house, OS S.
2b l h Ave., $32.ou. Thomas Brennan, Room
1, New York Ufe Bldg. D-M841
T-IiOOM brick house, modern, lull N. IJHli.
$i; good and warm. Turklnglun. ti'r.' Dee
NEW 6-room bouse; modern excpt fur-i
nace: located four houaea east of Mth on
Burdette Bt., and th secord house went
from S4lh St.; rent, $16 per month. BEMis,
Paxton Blk. DMJI.9
FOR RENT 0-roorn cottage, g.jod location.
Tel. Douglas 18. or call at Im: So. loth St.
D 9u 19
(i-Ui)M eiittag.-, all modern. '-'J.'4 So.
lltli. X'-M.'.'4 23
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
On boulevard and C4th St.
Prices, $00 und I860. There, aro
only four of them. If Inter
ested come In at once.
Sl E. Cor. mth and Dodge Sis.
RE M906 20
-roora house. In first-class condition, with
city water, good cistern, gaa, cellar; also
brick cave, barn and wood shed, fruit and
shade trees; east front lot. SOIL) fet; pos
session at once; owner going west and will
sell with or without furniture and will make
sacrifice ante on furniture; about three
blocks to car; handy to Omaha or Soulli
Omaha. Price, only $1,600. owner must
have cash, but we can airnngo easy terms
If desired; investigate. BEMIS, PAXTON
BLOCK. ,. RE M74A
TWO houses of six rooms each, near 24th
and Burt Sts.; rent for H6. Price for both,
C01 Bee Bldg.
Real Estate, Loans and
Let us show you our list of city property,
acres. Improved farms and cheap western
BERKA A CO..
Tel. Douglaa-2855. 84 1 N. Y. Life Bldg.
TWO modern houses at the southwest cor
ner of 31 st and Casa Sts . with ground on
which to build another house. Paved
street, east fiont, nice shade trees. Make
ma an offer for ona or both.
Room 1. N. Y. Ufa Bldg.
MODERN homo. 75 feet front, perfect con
dition, I4.SW; owner must sui. u'-i irt.
BARGAIN COUNTER SALE
House, 7 rooms, well built, needs repairs;
two full lots, on corner 4"th and Saratoga
. C04 Bee Bldg.
RE M1S9 20
KERR-SH ALLCROS8 CO. S ABSTRACTS
OF TITLES are the safest. You are pro
tected by a 10,ftX bond against lo4d by
errors. You don,t buy a Taw suit when
you buy a "Kerr" abstract. 1614 Farnam,
Tel. Doug. 6487. ' RE-
ALL modern 9-room house and lot for sM
it a bargain. 933 No. 19th RE M910
WILL trade for lots or smaller house,
house No. t0( S. 21th St.; 75 feet of ground;
house 10 rooms; bars. ' -
604 Bee Bldg.
!. RE M172 20
H. R. STRINGER. 1116 Jackson. Doug. 7281.
RE M16O 3U
TWO CHOICE LOTS,
One of the beet building locations on
Dodge street, 1W ft. south front; entire
block in which lota- are located haa Just
been put to pradu. 'Phone Douglaa 766.
GEORGE CO., mi Farnam.
..1 v RE-M167 21
FOR SALEHouj.ji and lots near Kountzo
Pluce. Bargains. Inquire XiM N. 2ltli St.
' RE M 477 D8
TWO houses, 8 rdoms each, modern; 29th
and Franklin Sts. Both for $3,000.
C01 Bee Bldg.
RE M22 3 21
FOR SALE FARMS
I OWN 8.000 acre of fln rice land on rail
road, within seven to ten miles of Hous
ton, th best and most progressive city in
Texas. Will sell in tracts of 320 acre
and over, to actual settlers, for $26 per
acre, payable In ten annual payments.
Purchaser must hive money sufficient to
nut down Irrigation wells, build necessary
houses ard barn and to plant uvl take
cai of first crop of rice. No payment on
lana ivuuiitu iiiuii uiai unp i uitrvuB.cu.
Work should begin by Jnnuary 1 for l!o6
crop. If you are coming to Texas to
fsrm, see me before you o:iy. Charles
Flnley Smith. 217 Main St., Houston, Tex.
., H-.dlll DO
STOP HERE I will pay two thousand dol
far to party bringing in purchaser for
th best ranch layout in Nebraska. Ad
dress Y 102, car -Be. , H 544
FOR SALE At
quarter section 6, township 14, ran go
32. Holt county, Nebraska. W. E. Lower,
12 A. Jltn St.,. Lincoln, iseo.
II Ms64 20x
FOR RENT FARMS
Farm for Rent of 400 Acres
Six mile wet-t of Omaha on the Dodge
street macadam road, ten-room house, four-
atory, barn, windmill, orchard and fine
grove; win mm ior c-iun enrap io a pariy
i who has plenty help, or I will build unother
house in spring so farm can be divided up.
i Apply to JOSSt-PH A. t)UAOK, 846 SUth
29th St., or telephone Harney 808.
W1LI rent cheap for cash or will sell 40
acres, well improvevl; loO acres cultivated,
balance hay, pasture and timber; seven
miles nonh of Council Bluffs, on rich
bottom soil. Address 1329 S. Mat. Omuha,
Neb. 2"J 2x
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
OARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam, 5 and 6i
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.
LOWEST RATES Beniie, Paxtou Elock.
PRIVATE MONEY-F. D. Wead, 153) Doug.
ll.OUJ.OOO TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowext rates
no delay. Thomas Brennan, R. 1, N. Y.
WANTED Cily loana. R. C. Peters Co.
City 4 farm loans. O. F. Carson Co.. N.Y.L.
LOANS on Improved city property. W. H.
Thomas, 505 First National Bank Bldg.
WANTED TO RENT
WE WANT TO RENT
At once, a full length store on the
ground floor, fronting on the hustent
' street In the heart of the retail busi
ness section of Omaha. One of our
customers Intends to Install a high
claim, complete "Penny Arcade." It will
be a credit to the street. Willing to
pay ressonuble rent for desirable loca
tion. V hat haw you 7
MILLS NOVELTY CO.,
Largest manufacturers of coin operating
machines in the world. 11 to 23 S. Jef.
rrsoo St.. Chicago. 111. K 22 30
I WANTED A home to tak In emergency
I races, such aa Marlet tWer. dipi'trieiU
unit rn-'le. Mill be without ililldrei,.
Will pay well fur tame. Cull at H.-.lUt
j Office, City HulL TcW-plionv Ik-uIhS
EEWINO machines rented, any make. 7nO
per wek or $2.00 per month. Second
hand machine for sale, (6.00 and up.
Neb. Cycl Co., 15th and Harney.
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME. Mrs.
Dr. King, 2ui N. 21st St. Tel Doug. JSA
I 1 i 1 V Embroidering,
fyelng and cleaning, sponging and shrink
ing; only no nor vi,l i.n.i tor orlc list
GOLDMAN PLKATINO CO..
Douglaa Block. Tel. Douglaa 1!S.
Tel. Doug. 2o4.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicit caatofl
clothing; in fet, anything you, do not
need; we collect, repair and sell, at U4
N. nth St.. for cost of collecting to the
worthy poor. Call phone Doug- 413 and
Wagon will call. L 511
fREE medical and surgical treatment at
Crelghton MeCtcal college. 14th and Dav
enport Sts.; special attention paid to con
finement cases; all treatment "supervised
by college professors. 'Phone Doug. 11Hi.
Calls answered day or night. U 129
II IE CITY GARBAGE CO.. office 4th and
Leavenworth Eta. Tel. Douglaa 1337.
SURVEYING. Blickensderfer. 813 Bee Bids.
MAdNHTTn treatment and bath. Mrn.
ainuiilllj fcinlth, U8 N 1 ad floor.
ANY POOR GIRL In need of a friend call
or write to the matrou of the Salvation
Army Home for Women at 3824 N. 24th
St., Omaha. Neb. U MloO
PRIVATE home during confinement; ba
bies adopted. The Good Samaritan San
itarium, 728 First Ave.. Council Biufls,
la. Tel. 774. U 3J2
CHAMPION carpet cleaning. Douglas C56.
1621 Leavenworth. U M475 DS
PALMQUIST custom shoemaker. 4124
Hamilton. U M470 D8
M ASKAfJTF Swedish movement. 410 N.
flliVOOiUj- 16th. Room 2. second floor.
U M98J Dl
MOTHER'S BREAD Ask your grocer for
Z. H. Reeder MOTHER S BREAD.
TO FARMERS AND PRODUCE SHIP
PERS We pay highest market price
obtaining on date of receipt for best qual
ity butter and eggs. Wo charge no com
mission. Remittance In cash or merchan
dise promptly. THE BENNETT COM
PANY. U-M775 20
PENNELL Millinery Co., 322 North Ibto
St U 722 Jan i
RUPTURE CURED No knife, no pain, no
detention from business. Call or wrii
for booklMt, etc. QUICK CURE RAP
TURE CO., 611 Woodmen of World Bldg ,
TYPEWRITERS All makes, for rent. 32 ta
M month. Central Typewriter Exchange,
1IW3 Leavenworth. 'Phone Red-SM.
' U-M647 2
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mail; cut
rices; send for free catalogue. Myers,
ililon Drug Co., Omaha. U 724
P. O. lock box
TYPEWRITERS rented, $2.60 per month;
all makes; satisfaction guaranteed. Fox
Typewriter at Supply Co., 1332 Farnam St.
FOR anything In the sewing machine lln
go to P. E. Flodman & Co., 1514 Capitol
Av. U M443 D7
Manque costumes. Lieben. Tel. 4115. Open ev.
DR. VOGEL'S private home for ladle be
fore and during confinement; best and
cheapest In the city. 2319 B. 13th St.
E. V. Tour father has charge of business,
satisfied your partner and cleared you.
Anxious to hear from you. J.
W M801 m
A Dollar Free for You
This coupon will be taken as $1 payment
on a $10 purchase of shoes, hats or cloih-
lng. balance paid as you earn it.
HOME CREDIT CLOTHING COMPANY,
1 1 r-. qi I Irwl rri !Kt I Vvr lKth
' ' V V . V, . .J X i . ,U 111
TJ 216 D18
ARTISTIC pluno tuning; work guaranteed.
'Phone Doug. 7319. Mathews Piano Co.,
1513 Harney. U 218 D18-
OMAHA Steam Pasta Co. manufacture
?ure flour paste. 2210 Cuming. Telephone
ViiiL'ln 4521. U
EVERY exacting requirement of refined
taste la met by Satin Skin Powder. 4
tlnu. . IT
DR. PRIES, specialist, women' disease,
weaknesses, discharges. Irregularities
cured painlessly and safely. Wlthne.ll
block, 15th and Harney, Room 2, Omaha.
BEST ne i-e bracer for men, "Gray' Nerv
Food pills," $1 box, postpaid. Sherman &
McConnell Drug Co.. Omalu 72
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
A VERY DESIRABLE office, room 648,
with south and east light, Is partitioned,
one room being 6-11x19-8 and th other
19-8x21-7; has large size fire-proof vaua;
janitor Bervlco and electric light free.
Tlila Is one of our best Butte of offices In
the buihlliig. Ste Mr. Baker, Supt.. Be
Bldg., 17th and Farnam. 1520
FOR RENT Desk room in Bee ofllce,
city hall building. 417 N. 2&th St., Sj'Hh
Omaha. Apply to manager. 1134
FOR KENT- 1-aige corner store room,
16th und Vinton Sts., $J0. C. M. Bach
maun, 436 Paxton Blk. I M621
THB two store rooms, with basements, at
702-7(6 S. 16th street; $80 per month for
both. Inquire of
K. C. PETERS CO.,
Ground Floor, Be Bldg.
BUILDING lux Farnam, will b vacant
November 15; 22xl0; 3 floors and base
ment. Apply 314 First Nat l Bank Bldg.
DESK room In one of the large ottlces,
partitioned off, $1 per month. See Mr.
Baker, Supt., Bee Bldg. 1621
STORE ROOM, 16th and Harney, 2Sxlc ft.
Can be vacated about Dec 15, 19u6. Ad
dress F 440. Bee. I M6 .9
FOR RENT One large store building; cor
ner location. V'ni. Rutledge, Hernuin.
Neb. I M148 24X
STORAGE SPACE FOR RENT
About 4,0m' feet of floor space on first
floor In aubetintl.il brick building. Can bo
divided. T. E. Stevens. 10f3 N. Y. Life Bldg.
DRESSMAKING In family or at horn.
Mlsa Sturdy, 2006 Davenport. 'Phone Har
ney 2812. -M7.4
14 DOW ELL system of dressmaking and
rutting; patterns cut to measure; lessons
Tuctday ant Thursday veilings.
Furnam. --Mill N25
MRS. E FOSTER, dressmaker, 2004 No. 221
St. 'Phone Doug. &Mt. 732 D12
LOST 'AND FOUND
LOST A gold watch fob. with gold locket.
' t'-eral rewind for 1- tnru to 4 "7 Iirwu
U1W. UobI M229 22
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 va.
OLOBK LAND AND INVESTMENT CO..
Omaha. Neb. Y-M'1 Dl
MINF.S and mining and Indnsrlal stocks
bouaht and sold. Robt. C. Druesdow,
Stock Broker, 8 N. V. Life Bldg
WE OWN property- surrounded by mines In
the famous Bullfrog district In southern
Nevada. For particulars address the Ne
vada Standard Gold Mining and Milling
Co.. 8t9 New York 'Lit Illdg., Omaha,
Neb. Y-Mis Dl
ARE you from Missouri? If so, I will show
you how to get $l for an Investment of
$.'7. We are building the greatest electric
R. R. In the world and want l.rtW stock
holders In limnha. Our first Issue sold at
IJ), second at t-fi and the third Issue at
$.7 Is nearly all gone. All stock Is of the
par value of flGo per share and all re
deemable by the company at par. Monthly
pment of one-tenth each month for 5
or more shnres. If you mean business
write me und I "will show you." Address
W. F. Porter, fiscal agent, room S" New
York Life Bldg.. Omaha. Neb. Y-87
HOTEL !ase and fixtures for sale, county
seat town of 2.RH0; commercial trade;
steam heat; electric light: 33 rooms;
mnny boarders. Price. J2,8iiO: mortgage
of $1.ko can be ari-nnged. Address Y "22,
care Bee. Y M117 20
FOR SALE Zinc mine, $.vmnn; ten acres, 20
per cent royalty, large xVton mill, enonph
ore to run mill over five years, netting $7.'0
p'T we-k now. Jamot Brown, Miners'
Bank Bldg., Jnplln, Missouri.
FOR RALE Boarding bouse furnltnrt? and
business; good location In Omaha. Ad
dress L 3, Bee. V-MW 23 .
TOWNSEND REALTY CO., Fremont,
Neb. Have Imp. farms, wild lands, stk.
mdse. for sale; can use other nropertv as
partial payment. Y M186 D17x
FOR Sale or Trade Small stock of gro
ceries; good I oration; complete with
fixtures; will sell at sacrifice; must be
sold at once. Zeis Davenport. YlKi 20x
FIRST-CLASS paying restaurant, ti.U:
two grocery stocks, $1,500 each; grocery,
feed, coal and fixtures, $2.5oO; two-chair
barber shop, $.1oO; blacksmith and wagon
shop, $750. Alva Smith Co., Co. Bluffs, la.
A BLESSING to rneumatlo sufferers, Cel-Pep-Ko'
Lebensretter. Respectable bar
keepers handle Cel-Pep-Ko.
Y 200 19x
WRITE for market letter. Sent free
upon requcat. Complete resume Nevada
mining operations. Patrick, Elliott &
Camp, conservative brokers and mine
makers, Goldlleld. Nev. Y 22T 20x
FOR SALE Good drug store In good
south-central Nebraska town.' Addre
Y 162, Omaha Be. Y-M
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
Easy to Get. Easv to Repay
On our new plan In which wn give you a
copy of the contract with a written guar
FURNITURE, PIANO AND SALARY
Omaha Mortgage Loan Co.,
119 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. Doug. 2295.
3 S. 16th St.
CEstabllshed 1892.) X M848
and other furnished money upon their
own names, without security; easy pay
ments: office In 63 principal cities. Sav
yourself money by g-fting my terms first.
D. H. TOL.uAN,
714 New York Lit Bldg.
DR. PKIBBENOWS MONEY,
loaned on furniture, salary, piano, horses,
etc., In any amount; les than half rates;
perfect privacy; immediate attention; any
teim wanted. Payments suspeaued wn-o
sick or out of work. 214 Karbach Blk.
309 South tfth St. K-70&X
Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
Advances prl-ate money on chattel or
aaUry-.-easy to get; no red (apt; you get
niouey same day asked for at small cost.
Opec evenings till 7. X 843
EAGLE LOAN OFFICE; reliable, accora
modatlng, all busines confidential 1301
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, Jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C, F. Reed, $10 8.
FURNITURE, live stock, salary loana.
Duff Green Loan Co., room 8, Barker
block. X 8-44
CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry loans.
Foley Loan Co.. 1504 Farnam St. X 84U.
CHATTEL and salary loans.
Credit Co., 633 Paxton block.
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
CHATELAIN School of Languages Day
and evening eiaei.es, t-Tencn, German,
Spanish; fencing. Davldge Bldg.
CHATELAIN SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
Special Frencb ana ipanlsn classes begin
Monday, November 19, $1 a month. Reg
ister now. 417 19
VOICE Instruction; opera oratorio, concert,
" -. a IJ II..1.....1. coe a l.k a.
civ. uiav A. 1 1 iiuvin, imi a- ivlii ai
Phone Taylor 4559 -M500 D9x
F. J. LARSON dt CO., patent lawyers;
patent book free. Be Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
SHARPS MACHINE WORKS Patent
procured, invention developed, drawing,
patterns, casting, machine work. 04-6U
B. 10th St. -734
PATENTS procured and sold, 1 fee. Nati
Inveatmeut Co., Douglaa Blk., 16th and
Dodge '42 1 D
I VIMf-iTAI") Hlgh-grad 1X7 Calendars.
LT Jr .! . 6. E. corner 16th St, and
& JORVfc, Capitol Ave. -7M
CENTRAL PRINTING CO. Fine Job work;
typewritten letters. 110 8. 17th St.. li
blocks north Be Bldg. M-741 D13
THE ACORN Press. Tel. Doug. 3791.
Commercial printers, 1510 Howard St.
M 231 D19
COMPLETE line of 1907 calendars. Snell
Printing Co.. 3.0 S. 12th Sl -M138 D2
POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES
PASSOWS new billiard and pool tables
are the best money can buy and are sold
much cheaper; easy payments; catalogue
free. Charles Paasow Sons. 216 9.
Uth St. M476 D
DR. BOWSER, over 1600 Farnsm. TeL
Doug. 370. tZibliy'it
The leading palmist of Omaha.
P.evelatlon of past and future described.
Parlor. IU 8. 16th St.. Opp. Boston Store.
WANTED TO BORROW
1 WANT ta borrow $7i0 on land worfh
four times as much; time loan. Addrees
V S9W, Bee. V Mlf.l 2x
WINES AND LIQUORS
SOL 8. GOLDSTROM Whinkles. wine and
liquors fur family us. Mail orders given
prompt attention. Send for pr ce llm.
bouth Omaha, Neb. Opposlt 8 took Tarda.
LYNCH BROS MeiiaJi- work our specialty.
Ilk N. Uth al. il. Douglas HJ
tiivrni-L-uiri.M r eldest dauahter
ir .nrt Mra. W. IL Hancock. Sund
.r . , - . -i . e r. ... ft. bnme. Iri) Nort
Fortieth street. Wednesday afternoon, at
3 o'clock. Burial private.
HESS BWOPPDA. 1416 Famam. 730
L. HENDERSON, 1619 rrnam. Tel. Doug.
Great Western Orunlte Co. Do'ig's Wt
M 1'S D17
ANCHOR and Iron Fencing; Wire Fencing.
6c per foot. 205 N. 17th St. Tel. Red 814.
e in ' ' 'm
Go With Us
On on of our regu'r excursions
to wher you ran buy fin farm
and ranch land at $3 to $6 per
acre on easy term. Th IT. P.
R. R Is closing out It land In
Weatern Nebraska, Kansas, Colo
rado and Wyoming.
For Information regarding land
and excursion rate apply
LAND AGENCY U. r. IL IL
Dept. B. 311 a. 15th Street.
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS FOR
WA 1 KK WORKS AND ELECTRIC
LIGHT SYSTEM AT JULbbUUUU,
Sealed proposals will be received by the
town clei K of Julcfhurg. Colorado until
seven o'clock p. m. December 3, 19U6, and
thertupon publicly opened.
Material to be furnisned for the con
struction of a system of wator works and
electric light plant for the town, a fol
lows: 1.40 feet 12-lnch csst Iron pipe, 1.4r0 feet
10-Inch cast Iron pipe, KM) fet elght-iucli
last Iron pls. 1J,0 feet six-Inch cast Iron
pipe, l,&iO feet four-Inch cast Iron pipe,
eitrhteen valves. Including vnlve boxes;
twer.ty-elght Are hydrants and forty spe
One power house, 36x60 feet, wlfh coal
shed lux.10 feet.
One direct connecting engine, 60 K. W.
D. C. generator. 2D0 volt.
One high pressure 125-horse power steam
One electric motor, 60-hore power, 2oi
One two-stage six-Inch centrifugal pump.
One deep well steam pump, nlne-lneli
wot king barrel, 36-lnch stroke, 125-foot
One ten-Inch well, IflO to 500 feet deep.
One pump pit, twelve feet In diameter,
twer.ty feet deep.
8ne switchboard nnd equipment
ne carload electric light pole.
Three miles of wiring.
Fifteen incandescent arc lamps, LV) volts,
Twenty thlrty-two-candle power street
lamps, with brackets and fixtures.
Erecting and constructing all of the nbove
works. Plans and specifications, form of
contract and proposal blanks are on file
with the town clerk of Juleaburg, Colo
rado. Bids will bo received for any portion or
for the entire works. Each bid shall be
accompanied with a certified check for 10
per cent of the t4tal amount of bid. made
payable to the town clerk, as a guarantee
that the bidder will, within ten days of ac
ceptance, enter Into a contract to furnish
an acceptable bond for the sum of 20 per
cent of the sum total of contract price for
the faithful performance of the work and,
in, nrniM-i nil ill inc iu. u-kuuidi lusfl in
iiamiuFM. h urn is reserves to retect an
and all bids, and when a bid covers mor
man viib ynti . un
accepted ana tne otner rejeciea.
A. F. PERRIER. Town Clerk.
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR STATE
Bids will be received by the Stat Print
ing Board at the office of the Secretary of
Slate at Lincoln, Nebraska, on or beiore.
1:30 o'clock p. m. Tuesday, November 27.
19ii6, for printing and binding 1,209 flve-quire
assessor's books, fifteen county treasures'
cash books, sixty-two tax lists, one war
rant register, one register of claims,
ono legislative Index and 34,(0 lithographed
warrants; specifications on file in the office
of Auditor of Public Accountci. Also for
printing WO copies each of all senate flies,
house rolls, resolutions and memorials to
congress and 3m) and 60 bill titles; specifi
cations rn tile in office of Secretary of State
All bids must be accompanied by a bond
equal in amount to the probable cost 01'
the work bid upon. The board reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
Lincoln, Nebraska, November 16, llO).
STATE PRINTING BOARD.
By Lou W. Frailer, Secretary to the Board.
PROPOSAl-a FOR FIVE BKlCK UCiLD
luss. Water and Sewer by stein ueyuii
ment of the Interior, Odlc ot Indian Af
fairs, Washington. D. C, Nov. 3, lisst.
bealcd iropouais, plainly marked on
the outside of the envelope "Pro
posals for Bulldinga, etc., Bismarck,
N. D.," and addressed to the Com
missioner of Indian Affair. Washing
ton, D. C. will be received at the tnoiaii
ottice until two o'clock p. m., of Deceiuier
6, nu6, lor furnishing and delivering Uie
necessary materials and labor required to
construct and complete a dormitory and
employes' quarters, both of brick, with
filumblng, steam heat and electric light;- a
sundry and barn, both of brick, wku
Eiuinuing and electric light; a brick ware-,
ouse, with electric light, and a water and)
sewer system, all at Bismarck Indluu
School, N. D.. In strict accordance with th
plans, specifications and instruction to
bidders, wblch may b examined at this
office, the ottice of the Improvement Bulle
tin, Minneapolis, Minn.; th American Con
tractor, Chicago, III.; th Tribune, Lls-
marcK. m. f tne roruin, r argo, i. u.;
The Ree. Omaha. Nebraska: the Globe-
Democrat, St, Louis, Mo.; the Builders' and
Traders Lixcnanges. uniana, Jieo., Mil
waukee, Wis.. St, Paul, Minn., Minneapo
lis, Minn.:. the U. 8. Indian warehouses at
Chicago, St, Louis, Omaha and New York,
and Him postmaster at Bismarck, N. D.
For further Information application should
be made to this office. C. F. LAKRABEU
GENERAL DEPOT, QUARTERMA8
ler a Department, Jeflersonvilie, ind.,
Oct. 23, l:e6. Sealed proposals. In triplicate,
endorsed on cover, "Proposals for quarter
master's supplies," and addressed to un
dersigned, will lie received here until 10 a.
rn., November 23, lo8. for stationery, offlc
furniture, paints, wagons, ranges, lamps,
hardware, leather and miscellaneous sup
piles, required for Manila. P. I., as per
schedule, which will be furnished on appli
cation to this depot and the depots at New
York and San Francisco. Preference given t.
articles of domestic production or manu
facture. The light la reserved to reject
or accept any r all bid or any part
thereof. J. M. Marshall, assistant quar
termaster general and depot quartern as
ter. 02S-24-2S-26 N20-21
BIBLE CONGRESS AT COLLEGE
gammer Asse-ably Will Be Held Fa el.
Year at Belle ae for Tea
That Bellevue college will pext summer
instltut the custom of holding an annual
summer assembly and Bible congress was
decided at a meeting of the executive con -mittee
of Bellevua College Monday. It will
last about ten daya and will have all the
features of the summer Chautauqua held
In various towns of the state, Including
lectuies, Sunday school Institutes and Blblj
conferences. The ramping out feature will
be prominent and the meetings will !
held In a big tent or a pavilion erected f"r
The beauty of the location is calculated
to attract many people from Omaha am'
the atroel car service, which has been
extended to Bellevue, would make It easy
for cltlxens of the metropolis to go and
Deed to Railway.
Th d'J ronvtrtng to th Omaha A
North PUtt railway property nr
I Twenty-sixth and Spring atreets was filed
I in the onV of the register of d1s M011
oay. Charles W. Hull and Mary Liilingt-i
are the grantors und the c-uisid-rJitluu was
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