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THE OMAIIA' DAILY BEE;
JANUARY 11, 1007.
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Thanks aad Lodge Wotloes, T cents
er lino for ooa edition, amoralaa; or
OTralnall erata a llaa for each addl
tioaal edltloa. Saadar, lO eeata a
llaa. Ho ad takea for leaa tbaa SO
Waat ada for The Bee may be left at
any of the following; drof stores
eae la "yoor corner drnaTglst" they
are all broach offieea of The Bee aad
Tar ad will be laaerted Jnat aa
promptly aad at the aame ratea aa at
the mala office la The Bee balldlaa-,
seventeenth aad Farnam atreeta.
Albach, W. C. 40th and Farnam.
Bereqek, B A., 14u2 H. ltn ot.
Becht's Pharmacy, 720 S. 16th St.
Benson Pharmacy. Benson. Neb.
Hernia Park Pharmacy. 33d and Cumtnf.
CauKhlin, C. R., 6th and Pierce Sta.
I Clifton Hill Pharmacy, 2213 Military Ave.
Conte, J. R, 81st Ave. and Farnam.
Crlssev Pharmacy, 24th and Lake.
Cermak. Kmil, 1284-4 8. 13th St.
Fastman Pharmacy, 4t46 Hamilton.
Killer, P. H.. 2M)2 Leavenworth.
Foster & Arnold, 213 N. 25th St.
Freytag. John J.. 1914 N. Mth St.
Florence Drug Co., Florence, Neb.
Goldman Pharmacy, 20th and Lake Sta.
I Green e Pharmacy, corner Park Ave and
Oreenoudh, O. A., 1025 S. 10th St.
Orceriough, G. A., lth and Hickory.
Harden, Wm. C 2930 Farnam St.
Hanscum Park Thar., 1501 S. 29th Ave.
Hoist, John, 4 N. lflth St.
Huff, A. L.. 2924 Leavenworth St.
King's Pharmacy, 2239 Farnam St.
Kountie Place Pharmacy, 3X04 N. 24th.
Patrick Drug Co., 16n2 N. 24th St.
I-athrop, Chaa. E 1324 N. 24th St.
Peyton L. E., 24th and Leavenworth.
Saratoga Drue; Co., 24th and Amea Ave.
Schaefer's Cut Price Drug- Store. 16th and
Schaefer, August. 2631 N. 16th St.
Schmidt, J. H 24th and Cuming Sta.
Storm rtiarmacy, 16th and Martha Sta.
Walnut Hill Pharmacy, 40th and Cuming.
Walton Pharmacy, 2th and Grace Sta.
Wlrth. O. H., 40th and Hamilton Sts.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
The following blrtha and deaths were re
ported to the Board of Health during the
twenty-lour noura ending rnursaay noon:
Births Hugh M. Murray, 2662 Pratt, boy;
Charles H. Smith. 1545H North Sixteenth,
girl; N. H. Seller, 403 Bancroft, boy; Charlea
H. Eldrldge. 4334 Maple, boy: Blroer Kiddle,
iSZ South Ninth, boy: George Sreevea, 2017
xsorth Twenty-nrat, girl; William a. Gor
don. 2838 Charlea. boy.
Deaths LeRoy Little, 1806 Ohio, 3 months;
Adolph Arusa, South Omaha, 32; Mrs. Anna
tngel. atiis Sherman avenue, 49.
' The following marriage licenses have
Name and Residence. Are
Herman M. Smith, Nenawka 23
Clara Hall. Plattsmouth 18
GuHt Christiansen, Omaha 23
Belma Johnson, Omaha 22
i James B. Blossom, Omaha. 35
' Anna Larson, Omaha 28
Charles Knaus, Douglas county 21
utle Nelson, Douglas county 19
DEATHS AND FIN Ell AL AOTICEa.
BT EEL Mrs. Harry O., January 9, 1907.
Funeral services from house. Twenty
eighth street and Woolworth avenue, Fri
day, January 11, at 1:30 p. m. Interment,
WHITMARSH Mrs. Rebecca Shelddn, wife
of the late Canon Whitmarsh, early this
' The funeral will take place Friday after
noon at 8 o'clock from Trinity cathedral.
The remains will be sent to Providence, R.
I., for Interment. ,
Cpens Wednesday, January 3. The new
catalogue Is ready. Address H. B.
' Boyles, President, Omaha. R &68
ClMAHA Safe and Iron Works make a spe
. dally of fire escapes, shutters, doors and
- safe. O. Andreen, Prop., 108 8. 10th St.
BIGN PAINTING S. H. Cole, 1301 Douglas.
IOWA Sanitary Cleaning Co., 1919 Farnam.
PA VIS BROS., machinists; general repair
ing. 1405 Jackson 6U Tel Douglas 240.
R-669 J 16
AUCTION ER If you want your atock of
goods sold or reduced write me at Glen
wood, la. Capt. V. P. Fowler.
RUBBER STA MPS Western Stamp and
Stencil Co., 812 B. 12th St. Send tor cata
logue K M614 F7
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Two 110 bills. Liberal reward for re
turn to Mrs. W. H. Leach, 2323 So. 18th.
Lost M723 13
11ST Rn'.All lilimnnil In Mttln.
- r - -BVll.ua C IIIUU,
pUase leave at Weinlander St Smith, 817
0. .10111 01., uiu receive rvwaru.
Lost M709 13
lX8T Near Florence. December O, email
t:iirl1h Uttlttr Kia.-I unW .. bi...
ticked nose, one eye In black, other in
hlte. Reward for return or Information
wnitn wui iraa 10 recover'. M. L.
uearnea, rtee uuuaing.
Lost ti79 lOx
.WILL party who tonk a pair of skates off
tli back platform of Dodg car December
1 return to Bee oWce7 No questions.
X8T or strayed. One brown cocker
spaniel pup with short tall, curly hair,
vsry playful. Finder will please notify
Charles I. Howe, d.'i 8. 26th St., or Tel
Douglas 7477, or Ash 4497-2 and I will pay
It reward. Lost
WANTED TO BUY
WANTTCD To buy. second-hand furniture,
sieves, carpets, clothing and shoes; pay
the best prices. TuL Douglas 8971.
V.'ANTBD To buy cottage of I or ( rooma,
modern, or good building lot: will pay
oaah; must be right price. Address D S4,
Bee, N 630 10
TOH EXCHANGE For Farm lend, or sale,
a fine modern residence in Beatrice, Neb.,
on best residence street; 11 rooms, bath,
electric light, gaa. water, furnace; lot
75 by about 150 feet, barn, fine lawn and
4 trees; property would cost to build about
$Ut,0u0. Ad Inns Y 13. care bee.
Z MSS4 11
WANTED TO RENT
YOUNG LADY stenographer desires office
tptu't where she may compensate for
same by doing light atanograplilo work
aiid minding the ofnee. with privilege of
UMn la sera. Address L 44, bee.
. JL-U Us
WANTED MALE HELP
U. 8. NAVY enlists young men and me
chanics or good physie.ua ana cinrncin,
clilsens of I'. 8.. 17 to 35 yesre. Special
pay and tralniim for qualified men, and
advancement when qualified. Greatly In
creased pay for men who re-enllst. Re
tirement after 30 years' service for en
listed men. with $M0.70 to $1,2.17 ( W pay)
per annum. Privilege of discharge by
rurchase. Navy Recruiting Stations,
O. Bldgs.. Omalta. Lincoln, Hustings
and Sioux City. B M8Jt J -4
WANTED At once, fmo sound young men.
aged in to St. ror nremen ana mi"""
on leading western railroads and for new
roads now being completed; experience
unnecessary; firemen 1100 per montn.
brakemen 176; positions now open; call or
write at once for particulars. National
Ry. Training Aaan, 610 X, Paxton Elk..
Omaha, Neb. B M408 M
MEN and boys. Plumbing or bricklaying
- . . j .. W ImttrlX
irnue ymyu to 10 per uj. - - - -
you by practical instructions In tnree
months; osltln guaranteed; free cata
logue. Coyne Trade School, 4976 Eacm
Ave.. St. Louis, Mo. " tr
WANTED-A watch. Tou get it for a
few hours of your time. Write ai on
to Malena Company, Warrlorsmark, Pa.
B M138 Feb3x
WANTED Five boys; good wages; perma
nent JOO. A- U. X. -0., l o. al,Bg74
Drug clerks wanted. F. V. Knlest, N. Y. L.
RULER and forwarder: must Jv
rererences. A. 1. nooi, viuu j, 1c ,
Howard. B 814
WANTED High class soap saleemen. Ad
dress Swift and Company, South Omaha.
WANTED Bright young man or woman.
aDie to seep dookb ana imiiuio 1'"' .v. ,
to take permanent position in lumber and
0011I office; resident of South Omaha pre
ferred. Address In own hand, stating
experience, salary expected to start and
references. Address Y 171, Bee.
B M571 14
WANTED High class soap salesmen Swift
and company, eoutn umana. a x-rm
WANTED Young man, reliable, not afraid
or work; give reierenco anu
A 603, Bee office. B-17 lOx
WANTED Two good salesmen to call on
Omaha merchants: must have good ad
dress. Address B 504. Bee office.
B 628 10
WANTKJ All nround printer In Interior
Nebraska. Up-to-date ad. Job and platen
press man. Steady situation. No booier
nor cigarette fiend wanted. $16 per week.
Address Y 137. Bee. B 643 llx
WANTED For the U. 8. Marine Corpe,
men between ages 21 and 36; an oppor
tunity to see the world. For full Informa
tion apply in person or by letter to Re
cruiting Officer, Cor. 12th and Farnam
streets, Omaha, Nebraska. B 667 F7
WANTED Two salesmen who can sell
cream separators . Address General
Agent, Monarch Cream Separator, Clar-
- inda, ia. B-680 10
WANTED Engineer. Omaha Box Co.,
East Omaha. B 676 10
YOU can learn a splendid business trade
that after one month pa' you 13 per
week; Jfi0 cash bond required. Windsor
Hotel basement. B 694 llx
WANTED Boy of neat appearance to work
In office, one with wheel preferred. Foster
& Maxnen. 511 Paxton Block.
B M708 12x
SALESMEN to call on doctors. Clean,
well paid work for hard worker. Also
one for Central Nebraska. State experi
ence. P. O. Box, 858, Philadelphia.
B M713 llx
WANTED Printers; write or wire; state
wages and when can come. The Tribune,
McCook, Neb. B M714 13x
WANTED 2 Janitors: must come well
recommended. Apply to aupi. nee niog.
B M716 12x
WANTED An all-round laundry man;
state experience and wages expected ana
give reference. Albion Steam Laundry,
Albion. Neb. B M706 13
WANTED FEMALE HELP
QIRL8 to operate power machine In shirt
and overall factory; permanent worn. m.
E. Smith & Co., 11th and Douglas Sts.
OIRL8 wanted; steady work; good wages.
Bemls- Omaha Bag uo. l-iu
WANTED laundry girls. M. E. Smith's
factory, 11th and Douglas Bts. tua
OIRLS To work on power machine and
finishers. Murgess emrx o., rurnam
Bt. C 422 Febt
WANTED A laundress to live In the house.
Mrs. C. T. Kountxe, sua Dewey Ave.
C 624 10
EXPERIENCED operators to make wrap
pers, luv crimes, wis- -v? c,. inu
St. C 623 10X
WANTED Girl for general housework; one
willing to care lor baby part or the time,
at 2521 Bristol. C-618 10
WANTED Two dining room girls; will
furnish tickets; wages, sis. lioenier Mo
tel, Grand Islund, Neb. C M691 11
M'DOWELL Dressmaking school, 163) Farn.
LADY WAITRESS First-class; highest
wag:. See manager ueuone notai.
WANTED A good girl for general house
work. 639 a. 26th Ave. C 677 11
WANTED A good cook; must have ref
erences; no washing. Mrs. J. E. Baum,
8545 Harney C 698 13
YOUNG women of good address make
large Incomes taking subscriptions tor
DRESS, the most beautiful magaslne of
our limes; sells on sight; commission most
liberal of any; spare hours can be turned
into money; regular systematic workers
can make $2,600 to $5,000 yearly; several
young women now make M to $50 per
week. Write et once for terms and In
structions. DRESS, 24-26 E. 21st St., N. Y.
C 711 llx
WANTED One good womsn cook and din
ing room girl; little Sunday work; good
wages. Apply Cudahy Restaurant. South
Omaha, C M716 13
POSITION by lady to do writing, address
envelopes or general office work; refer
ences. Address H 643, Bee.
A M639 llx
YOUNG man wants place In private family
to work for board and room while going
to school, tsoyies (joiiege. leu ixjug. it4.
WANTED Situation by man of more than
nvcrauc aUllty, In wholesale grocery
house. Salary to start not so much of an
object as a good, connection. Address
0-516. Bee. , A 693 Ui
YOUNG LADY stenographer desires office
spaco where she may compensate for
same by doing light stenographic work
and minding the office, with privilege of
taking In work. Address L 44. Bee.
A 880 13z
MAN and wife, colored, want a position In
private family, call at tuutt Decatur Bt.
A (OS 11
SITUATION WANTED By praotlcal hotel
man of fourteen yeara experience in every
branch of the business. Can furnish re
fr rente from leading Chicago and St.
Louis hotels and clubs. Have conducted
eastern dining car. Will take charge of
first class cafe, restaurant, bar, summer
reaort, hotel or club on commission lf
desired. - Address Y 239, care Bee.
F. J. LARSON A CO.. patent lawvera
patent book free. Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
SHARPE MACHINE SHOPS Patents
procured. Inventions developed, drawings,
patterns, castings, machine work. i4-61)
8. loth tit. 014
Patents, trade marks, guaranteed or no fee.
National Investment Co., Douglas Hlcc k.
The Leading Palmist of Omaha.
Revelations of past and future described.
Parlors, lit g. Uto 8U- OlP. Boston Store.
Don't Forget That You Can Telephone
your want ads direct to Tho Dee, Douglas 238, and pay
for the advertisement when ypu call for the answers.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
DEWEY European Hotel, 13th and Farnam
Doug. 611. O.M.E. Hauls Trunks
FRONT room, well heated; nicely fur
nished; strictly modern. 2409 H'rngSj
FINELY furnished suite of rooms 2701
Farnam. E M5T2 12x
F1RNISHED room for gentleman; prlya
famllv. 316 N. 18th. L-9
I Ft'RNISHED rooma, strictly modern!
t , i T on qcih a.
E 663 13X
TWO nicely furnished rooms, complete, for
light housekeeping; heated; new ngi. mis
Davenport. E biO 1-x
YOUNG man. In city very little wants
room-mate or room witn goon laimu,
references exchanged. Address K 645. Bee.
E 6H6 10X
FURNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD
VIENNA hotel; private dining rooms; cafe.
NICELY furnished, well heated room, all
modern conveniences: excellent taoie, i"i
vate family. 2469 Harney. F-8S4
NICELY furnished warm rooms; modern
conveniences; good board, une nose, ju-v
Harney St. F-948 J24X
Ft'RNISHED rooms, modern, with bonrd.
2406 Cass St. b M200
WITH board, a furnished south room.
sullaoie tor two; sieam i "
Douglas 4460. F-M584 12x
LARGE, desirable rooms, partially or fully
furnished, good closets, nice location,
good home for two or four; first class
board lf desired; reasonable. Address
O 6;, nee. F-M637 15x
FOR RENT HOUSES
BEE us when shipping household goods to
1 ltass naul w tan U V VOI1 mOnAV.
EXPRESSMEN'S DELIVERY CO., 214 N.
16th St. Tel. Doug. 1196. D
FOR RENT 8-room house, at! modern ex
cept furnace $20.
j-room house, all modern, new furnace 825.
C. M. BACHMANN,
436 Paxton Block. D 492
WE DO expert piano moving at lowest
prices. Tel. Douglas 1626. Schmoller &
Mueller Piano Co., 1SU-1313 Farnam
T.irkTTQU'C! in all parts of the city. The
HUUoiiiO o. F. Davis Co., Bee Bldg.
TTriTTQITrQ in all parts of the city. R.
C. Peters & Co.. Bee Bldg.
HOUSES, Insurance. Ring-wait, Barker Blk.
OMAHA Van & Storage Co., pack, move,
store, H. H. goods; storehouse 1120-24 N.
19th. Office, 1611 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1559.
$32.50 Strlctlv modern, eight-room brick
house. 1301 So. 28th St. D M640 14x
7-ROOM house, all modern, 2723 Cuming St.
R-ROOM flat, modern, good repair, opposite
Hanscom Park 433. 'Phone Douglas 623.
FOR RENT Modern 9-room brick house;
1126 S. 31st St.; $40 per month. Thomas
Brennao. room 1, N. Y. Life Blda
4-ROOM apartment, modern, 568 S. 28th
12-room house, modern. 604 8. 27th St. $60.
BEMIS. PAXTON BLOCK.
Phone Dougla 585. D M721
914 N. 42D ST., 7 rooms, modern, $25.
3819 N. 2mh, 8 rooms, modern. $25.
1117 South 30th Ave., 8 rooms, modem, $40.
2519 Ames Ave., 7 rooms, modern. $26.
For balance of list Inquire at office.
HASTINGS & HE DEN, 1704 Farnam St.
12-ROOM. modern, rlose In, 8. W. cor. 27th
and Jackson. Fine condition Inside, will
be painted outside. $tf). Bemis, Paxton
B1K. rnone uougias oao. jj mux
FOR RENT 8-room brick house, basement
finished, all modern, new rurnace, only
half block from car, good neighborhood;
rent $26 per month (worth $50). C. M.
Bachmann, 438 Paxton Block. D 336
vttry nice house. 7 rooms, strictly mod
ern, practically new, son ivrnven-
.w J VI T.I
WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van and
Storage co. leu uoug. n. urate, 1713
Webster Bt. D 14
FOR RENT 7-room house, modern except
M .... I-, 911 K7 Ofi.k . no
-l..M.- nnlnl r. rl ntl rn .1 m nl.tn 1HIII
UlUIIIUIIia, ,iit Kv .uiiiiiiciw.
repaint outside when weather permits;
m . -i -, nr M i04K u ri vrioo
14-ROOM modern house, all furnished, close
to high school., jieea liros.. lau Farnam
Bt. U MS40
STEAM heat, all modern, 7-room house.
220 N. 23d. 1 Iu38
8-ROOM all modern house; references re-
aulred. Inquire Z212 spencer Bt.
8-ROOM, modern cottage, fine yard, stable.
nC ' Haul, n II . , T ...
-Room house, 1123 Park Ave. Inquire 2620
Leavenwortn Bt. u-Ma lzx
7-ROOM furnished house, modern. 825:
owner will tatte one room ana board with
tenant; no children, zaw Meredith Ave.
D 19 lOx
SIX -ROOM house, modern except furnace
24 8. intn et., w. b. h rana, 521 Wevlile
Block. Tel. Douglas swu.
D M6t8 12
224 N. 25th St. 8-room flat, strictly mod
ern; tenant pays water; $60.
2210 Clark St. 6 rooms, bath, toilet, gas.
IM and water.
1231 Park Wilde Ave.. 8 rooms, all modern.
W ana water. juctafus investment,
15o6 Dodge St. D M669 15
6-ROOM modern house, except furnace.
Inquire 623 B. 24tn Ave. D M6w
TO LET. JANUARY 15.
2115 Douglas, 9 rooms, strictly modern, gas
and elewric ngnts, narawooa floors and
hnlHh. Telephone Douglas 1064. W. Far
nam 8ralth & Co., UM Farnam St.
D M661 11
8-ROOM house, modern except furnace, $18
per montn. OMt fierce Bt. Appiv 13ul
So. 25th Ave. D-664 13x
8-ROOM house. $23 per month, to party
purchasing small part of my furniture,
as 1 am leaving city. io r. dn.
D 673 lOx
4-ROOM house and barn, well and cistern
water; $10. Chris Boyer, 22d and Cuming,
s ' D 6S7
WANTED Live agents In every county
and' town In the United States te sell the
Acme Metallic Sanitary Hens' nest, the
best nest on the market; price, 50 cents
for single nest, or $5 per dozen; territory
for sale; a quick seller. Metallic Mfg. Co.,
UO Bee Bldg.. Omaha, Neb. J 606 15
WANTED Men with team and rig to soil
a line of high-grade family remedlee,
spices and extracts to consumers; must
be honest, sober and industrious. The
Gladstone Medicine Co., Hawarden, la.
WRTMORB Detective Service. 'Phone Red
K4. Rooms 11 and U, JJulon Blk.. Uin
aaa Faroauw v -. Hi 4i
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE,
A. P. TUKEY & SON
$1,500 in Trade.
$1,000 in Cash.
$3,000 by the Month.
Flrst-4Iave you got 11,500
worth of vacant property
which is not bringing you in
any returns and which you
are paying taxes onT
Second Have you got 11,000
Third We will arrange loan
for 83,000, which you can pay
off at $36 per month.
This is on a bunch of four
houses, which will rent for
860 per month. Make your
monthly payment on the loan
of 135, leaving each month
as Income on your $1,000 cash,
or 80 per cent gross, as your
vacant lots are not paying
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
41 444-446 Board of Trade.
2S10 MIAMI ST., house 6 rooms, nice lot,
GRAHAM, 604 Bee Bldg.
RE 635 10
YOU CAN'T MISS IT
IN BUYING ONE OF THESE BEAUTI
in Halcyon Heights, west of
Country Club, two blocks
south main part of Benson.
They are the most sightly, de
sirable and conveniently situ
ated lots of any suburban
property offered at the same
prices. Some of the choice
ones have been sold, but there
are still plenty from which to
select. See us at once for
prices and terms. We can ar
range easy terms to meet your
Russell & McKitrick Co.,
SOLE AGENTS, '
432-33-34 Ramge Bldg.
16th and Harney.
RE 699 11
Splendid 8-room house, lo
cated within walking distance
of town, in desirable neighbor
hood, close to schools,
churches and three car lines,
brand new furnace, new bath
service and gas fixtures; every
room recently decorated; south
front lot, 60x136 feet; perma
nent sidewalks on street and
in yard. Owner leaving city
and must sell; will consider
any reasonable offer.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor, N. Y. Life Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 178L
RE 702 12
THREE NEW FLATS.
Eight blocks from P. O. ; rent for $1,500;
can be had for $13,500; every convenience;
special assessments all paid.
GRAHAM, 604 Bee Bldg.
RE 636 10
NON RESIDENT OWNER
Says "Sell 2 Acres, Benson;
This is a first class proposition, only 1H
, 1(111. J . . . ...I .1
.'uviia null! .,1 ill in I y live., pnvcu i ,
less than 6 minutes walk to street car;
building up all around It. This tract lays
splendid; will divide Into 8 fine, 60-foot
lots, or would make a beautiful subur-
" 1. I1UIIIO,
See us right away about this.
Hastings and Heyden,
1704 Farnam St,
FINE suburban tract of two acres on 30th
St. car line; nice trees, good grade, splen
did site to build. Price, $1,600.
GRAHAM, 604 Bee Bldg.
RE 632 10
GOOD double house, 8 rooms each, on Em
met St., near 20th; must be taken quick
GRAHAM, 604 Bee Bldg.
FOR BALE Two modern houses and large
barn one block north of Hanscom park;
paved street, east front, lot 76x150. East
ern owner will sell at a bargain.
Room 1 New York Life Bldg.
New brick flat, can be bought
at a bargain, three strictly
modern flats, well built, have
storm windows and doors,
window shades that go with
the building; practically no
expense for two or three years;
tenants pay water rent; only
eight blocks from postofftce;
yearly rental, $1,680, or a little
over 10 per cent gross; lot
6tixl32, fenced in; good stone
walks, street paved, all apeclal
taxes of every description paid.
You don't often find a better
finished property In Omaha.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor N. Y. L. Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 1781.
RE M646 14
TRY TO MAKE $500.
A house of 8 rooms, modern except furnace,
close in, 2407 Burt St. Offer $1,750. Don't
GRAHAM, 604 Bee Bldg.
FINE, new, modern house, Wirt St. $6,250.
8. Hawver, 161'4 Emmet St., Sole Agent,
Bunch of Lots
16 lots 60x128 One tract, in Benson, I
blocks to car; practically level land. Lots
worth $150 each: $1,500 cash buys the
bunch. Address J 544. Bee. RE M686 11
In Benson, brand new -room,
south front cottage, gaa
and city water; four splendidly
located lota, covered with
young orchard. Price, $2,4o0;
owner wants an offer. Just
the place to raise poultry and
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor. N. Y. Life Bldg.
Tel DeugUs 1781.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
A. P. TUKEY & SON
AN EXPLANATION OF
14 TUKEY 'S TERMS."
By "Tukey's Terms" on
those lots on the south side of
Corby, between 26th and 27th.
we mean that $300 Is the price
of each lot and terms are $10
down and $6 per month, with
6 per cent Interest. These
are "Tukey's Terms" on va
These lots are going, as
there Is nothing cheaper In
that neighborhood, and that Is
what sells vacant property.
Each lot 40x150 feet to an1
A. P. TUKEY ft SON.
444-415 Board of Trade.
DO YOU KNOW
That you are losing opportunities every
day by not being registered with us?
We need, In part:
SALESMEN, cigars. $150; good house; ape
clalty; salary, commission.
BOOKKEEPfclia. h,ilMHiil.. ITS. fn tun
Jobbing. $75j wholesale, $50; wholesale,
."v, mm., ,o; retail, ii.
BIENOOIUI'HEKS, R. R., $; lumber,
$.5 to 1M; R. R., $60.
BOOKKEEPERS AND STENOGRA-
i ttJK, retail, $50; wholesale, $45; mfg.,
OFFICE CLERKS, mfg., $76; wholesale
S'iO' u hnli.uu I a "
M1SCELIANk6i'S, general merchandise
cutk, nu; nurdware clerk, $75; grocery,
$66 to $75.
Call at once or write for complete list of
WESTERN REF. & BOND ASS N. INC.,
Dune mo-2 in. x. Lire Bldg.
FOR SALE FARMS
HOMESTEADS, farms and atock ranches
In South Central Oregon. Address with
stamp, j? . y. Petit, Silver Lake. Ore.
Any young man or woman over the age
ui -i, can necure a nomesteaa that will
be worth $1,600 to them as soon ss they
file on it. Call on ' Mr. H. K. Rhnlt. i
Globe Land & Investment Co., Patterson
block, Omaha, and learn how It can be
aone. H M6tu 16
BEST LAND IN TEXAS IS BRAZOS
It makes owner and tenant rich. It pays
ia.w per acre rental, ii is in tne oil and
faa oeu; id incnea of rain per annum,
t is rich, black prairie land. Unim
proved land, $10 to $15. Tracts 300 to 6,500
acres, rso trades; list free. Mlland P.
liocxwooo, Ban Antonio, xex.
WE SELL land In Nuckolls countv. Nh .
tne si en i corn, small grain, airaira and
tame grass country In southeastern Ne-
DrasKa. write us for land list- O. D.
Follmer & Son, Nelson, Neb. H 901
EXCLUSIVE sale, 8.000 acres. Kerr countv.
lexus. mixea rarnung; w an acre, write
immediately, box 4a, Hioley, la,
CUBA lands. Robertson, 826 Neville Blk.
MAILED ON FREE R RO I T R8T.
An elaborately Illustrated and ably edited
resume ot me paat year s developments
In the mines and town of Goldfleld, to
be published under the ausnicea nf th
Goldfleld Mining Stock exchange, will be
sent to any address in the world, free of
cost. If interested in Nevada mines or
stocks, send us your address. We are
members of the mining stock exchanges
of Goldfleld, Reno and San Francisco, and
are the oldest established brokerage house
In Goldfleld. W. F. Bond & Co., Gold-
Held, Nev. 682 lOx
FOR SALE OR TRADE Summit Pressing
farior, doing good business and get good
prices, reason too much other business to
iook alter. ir interested write T. O.
iioover, creston, la. x M710 13x
Do You Wish to Make a Chansre
If you have a farm, home, business or
property mat you want to sell or ex-
cnanxe. write us.
GLOBE LAND AND INVESTMENT CO.,
isiutuia, neu., or Dioux tuy, ia.
Y 360 F3
Drug stores for sale. F. V. Knlest, N. Y. Life
FOR SALE Saratoga Hotel, located at 242
Amea Ave.; a rooms, good location; rea
son lor selling, proprietor leaving city.
RESTAURANT outfit In good city of 3,500
people, eastern Nebraska, doling, good
business; only one other restaurant In
town; cheap. Riker & Chambers. 406
nee tuug. Tel. Duuglas-612. Y M683 11
MY MEAT MARKET for aale cheap, If
taaen at once. A. cnristiansen. Blair,
8D. M681 13x
COMPELLED to sacrifice business, tools.
shop trade and stock, worth $2,000, for
jm. Aoaress u mo, tsee. x 693 llx
THE new signal system, a modern plan
ui uicciiiiiiR lainuuu uinMier, lOr Bale
O T XT I Dl , - 1 1 1
a. tf. .iciduii, loin vapnui ais.
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
GARVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam, 6 and 6H
per cent luuiu uu rem eataie; no aeiay.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co,
WANTED City loans and warrants. W
Farnam onuin at t-o., um f arnam St.
LOWEST RATES Benils, Paxton Block.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead, 1520 Doug,
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and rest
dence property in Omaha; lowest ratea
no delay. Thomas Brennan, K. 1, N. Y.
Lire. w 831
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters A Co.
LOANS on Improved city property. W, H,
Thomas, 606 Flrbt National Bank Bldg.
I VMr.T A n High grade 1907 Calendar a,
LIIV.JOIAU B k corner Wtn St. and
St JUKVt Capitol Ave. -e7
CENTRAL PRINTING CO. Fine lob
work: typewritten tetters, uu o. inn ot.
1 blocks north Bee Bldg. 6a J 19
WATERS PRINTING CO.. 1807 Howard St.
ajiil s eo.'
JENNINGS PRINTING CO. 'Phone Doug
las boMX suit
POOL AND BILLIARD TABLES
FOR BALE New and second-hand billiard
and pool tables; ws lead the world in
cneap oar nxturea; easy payments.
Brunswlck-Baiue-coiienaar, ui o. win bt,
HESS 4k BWOBODA. 1415 Farnam. tit
L. HCNPERSON,. 151 rvvm. TcL Doug.
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY Shirts pressed.
mv ironm, 41 8. lllh Bt. lei. is1"".-'''-
SEW I No machines rented, any make, 7ie
it wet-K or 82.no per month. peconu
hand machines for sale, 8."..i0 and up.
Neb. Cycle Co., litli and Harney.
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME Mrs.
ur. jving. 2018 N. 21st St. Tel. Doug.
. . 1 ,,,VJ Embroider
ALL KIN PS.
I'yeing and Cleaning. 6ponglng and Shrink
ing, on V Sc. tu.r Q. r..r nrli'a list
inn HOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
400 Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas
Yl T, MAN of K,1' character and habits
i.i! u'rrenpi)nq wun a yuuu ivij
nth a view to matrimony. Am not rich,
tilt .m ,t.nJll.. I 1 . -. .,i.,t.
If anv nn t l.lnb. v. .. n-n Ka I i m i I
w'tj such conditions, let me hear from
tnat one. Am very much In earnest, so
V,onJ write unless you mean It. Address
Y 238. Hee. V MM 12x
TliF.t8AI'VATION ARMY solicits castoff
....... , lact anything you oo not
need; collect, repair and sell, at 114 N.
i .J"- for tN,"t of collecting, to the
worthy poor. Call Phone Doug. 4135 nnd
wagon will call. U-6U
nr.K, medical and surgical treatment at
en t h" ,,',llc, ,oll,K'. Hth and Dav-
Pnem'nt cases; all treatment supervised
by college professors. Thone Doug. 1167.
t-llS anSWer.l flaw nw (..!. IT I'Xl
THE CITY GARBAGE CO., office 4th and
""n ois. lei. uougias jail.
MAQN FTIPtrea,ment and bath. Mm.
VJ,li-1 lv-Smith, US N. 15. 2d Hour.
AflY p?or Rirl ln need of a friend call
wine to me matron of the Siilvutlen
Army Home for Women at 3s24 N. 24th
vmana, ieb. U Mloo
P1?.1VATE borne during confinement; ba-
: ""1:11 i vjooa Bumaritan sum
tHrium ?28 First Ave., Council Jiluffs, la.
Tel. 771 U 82
MASSAQK! fo' circulation, 10 N. 16th,
room 2. second floor.
C 3X11 F3
8IRINGES' ruhber goods, by mall; cut
iii 1 Ior Iree catalogue. Myers-
'-'i u -o umana. u a
MASQUE costumes. Llcben. Tel. 4115, Open
COSTUMES, 8318 8. JOth. Sack. Tel. Red 7073.
U 3u2 F2x
FOR anything In the sewing machlno line
go to P. E. Flodman & Co., 1514 Cap. Ave.
u ia j 10
ECZEMA absolutely cured by W. A. Tax-
i"" ". . j scanneii, agent, W9 ware
U M787 J21
DR. C. N. SOMMER. homeopath. Bee Bldg
U M(S7 J12
TYPEWRITERS All makes, for rent, $2 to
"iili fii lypewrner excnange.
Ib03 Leavenworth. 'Phone Red fif.M.
U M990 Jan28
DR. VOOPT -a y,wo. , j, v..
- - , " f . " . i . 1 1 1 o mi i.iii i m
ouu uunng connnement: best and
.mvmi in Kiiy, a. I3tn Bt.
$300 FOR POEMS. Write for particulars.
"'I'lirum music (jompany, list Broadway,
New York. U-M722 13x
FOR anything in the sewing machine line
ITS, In D 1." T:'t . .. i. . . . .
... i ivii.ii i in u ot vii. , jon m p. ve,
BEST nerve bracer for men, "Gray's Nerve
rwa rius, i oox, postpaid. Sherman &
Mctonneu urug Co., Omaha. 925
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTELS
Cash in Any Amount
$10 to 1300 LOANED ON FITRNlTlinm
PIANOS, ETC.. OR ON YOUR S ALAR if
IF STEADILY EMPLOYED, without
security or publicity, at the very lowest
rates; wun payments to suit your con
venience; everything strictly confidential.
Ke liable Credit Co.,
Rooms 207-308 Paxton Blk.
and others furnished money upon their
own names, witnout security; easy pay
ments; offices ln 63 principal cities. S.tvn
yourself money by getting my terms flr.it.
D. H. TOLMAN,
714 New York Life Bldg.
DR. PRIBBENOW'S MONEY
loaned on furniture, salary, pianos,- horses,
etc., ln any amount; less than half rates;
perfect privacy. Immediate attention; any
terms wanted; payments suspended when
sick or out of work, 214 Karbach Blk.,
209 South 16th St. X 9n6
Bowen, 703 N. Y. Life Bldg.,
advances private money on chattels or
salary; easy to get; no red tape. You get
money same day a'.ked for at small cost.
Open evenings till 7. X 9o7
Will loan small sums to persons on their
salary provided iney noid good positions.
Confidential. Address N 46, care Bee.
X 678 12x
FOR A SQUARE DEAL GO TO THE
PHOENIX CRKDIT CO. for chattel or
salary loans. 633 Paxton Block. 'Phono
Douglas 746. X 9U6
EAGLE LOAN OFFICE Reliable, accom
modating; all business confidential. 1301
Douglas. X 900
MONEY loaned on pianos, furniture, jew
elry, horses, cows, etc. C. F. Reed, 310 S.
FURNITURE, live stock, salary lonns. Duff
Green Loan Co., room 8, Barker Block.
CHATTELS, salary and Jewelry loans.
Foley Ixian Co.. 15"4 Farnp.ni St. X -91 2
FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES
L307 Howard, 8 story and convenient base-
I." n Wm1 l&'M IW. null, a
,111. .1 . . ' "I " D ......
FOR .RENT Desk room ln Bee office, city
hall building. 417 N. 25th St., South
Omaha. Apply to manager. 1134
FOR RENT Large corner store room, liith
and Vinton Sis., $30. C. M. Bachmann,
4.16 Paxton Block. I M621
FOR RENT The 3-story and basement
building 1022 Douglas St. Apply on the
premises or to David Cole. I-S'jti
STORE ROOM and basement near Thomp
son & Belden's new store.
GEORGE & CO.. 1601 Farnam.
LYNCH BROS. Repair work our specialty.
118 N. 16th bt- Tel. Douglas
DRESSMAKING In family or at home. Mlsi
Sturdy, 2M2 Chicago. 'Phone Red 4703
DR. ROY Warts, moles removed by elec
tricity. R. 2. 15 Farnam. To'- Douir6497.
ANCHOR and Iron Fcnctnf ; Wlr Fencing
oo per iuuu au ov a wi. nca ri.
Wnen You Write
remember It takes enur aa extra stroke or
two ef the pen to mention the fac Uial
yea taw Uie ad. IB The
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE Numbering stamp, In good
condition. Inquire George rl. right. Hee
8KN1) us your mall orders for drugs;
ireigni paid on tiu lot. jnyi-rB-i'iiiou
Drug Co., Omaha, -it
SHKKWIN W1IL1AMS CO., best mixed
paint. Sherman & McConnell Drug i o.
HaLL'S safes, new, 2d-hand. 1818 Fsrnsm.
FEW bargains In 2d-hand soda fountains;
mommy payments. Derlght. IMS far num.
ONE 6-lnrh Jenkins' valve for sale. Apply
w. ti. Bridges, engineer, Bee Bldg.
GASOLINE engine and .wood-working
v .1,.., j mi pnin ciito.p. A'i'i; nnviivi
Fence Mfg. Co., 207 N. 17th St,
COAL $6.25 ton; burr egg, big slie, good;
try it; i pnones. Haiinon & Weeth.
g tU J10
BARGAINS In unredeemed Jewelry. 418 N.
1 ' 1. via
KOR SALE A handsome bookcase, ma
ho;any Hnisli, at a bargain. 3903 Dewey
Ave. vj obt
FIRE SALE on coal. Burr egg. $5.26 ton.
for stove or furnace. Tel. Harmon ft
Weeth. Q MTU F10
ONE Remington typewriter, No. 8, In good
condition, for sale cheap. Call at Bee
FOR SALE Model "K" Wlnton Automo
bile; fully equipped; top llghta, etc.;
only run PX miles: guaranteed first-class
Condition. Price 'j.OOD. Address C. E.
Wilkins, Dewey Hotel, Omaha, Neb.
1,5"0 f EET wire cable. In good condition,
for sale cheap. R. W. Baker, Sunt. Bee
FOR RALE Ijtrge double flat-top desk, $10.
Hastings & Heyden, 1704 Farnam St.
LEl'llEN stereoptlcon, nearly new, with
3 boxes of slhles, screen rheostadt, $2i;
cost $Ki0. 3H8 N. 16th. W 674 llx
FOR SALE CHEAP.
One office counter. I office desk, quartered
oak. For particulars phone Douglas 4;6.
Q M678 16
FART of furniture of 6-room house for
sale, cheap; leaving town; house for rent
reasonable. 415 N. 23d. 0-673 10x
FOR SALE Cheap, pigeons, pen and other
effects; all ln first-class condition. For
particulars apply 1818 Burt St., Omaha.
Q 692 13
JOHNSON INSTITUTE. 418 N. Y. L. Tel.
HORSES AND WAGONS FOR SALE
HORSES-All kinds. Myers, 1715 Jackson.
P M411 F4
PROPOSALS FOR CAVALRY. DRAFT
and Riding Horses and Draft and Pack
Mules. Chief (Quartermaster's Office,
Omaha, Nebraska. January 9, 1907. Sealed
proposals, in triplicate, will be received at
this office until 11 o'clock a. m., central
standard time, February 8, 1907, and then
opened, ln the presence of attending bid
ders, for three hundred knd eight (30)
cavalry horses, Ave (6) draft horses, three
(Hi riding horses, one hundred and twelve
(112) draft mules, wheel, fifty-six (56) draft
mules, lead, seventy (70) pack mules, for
machine gun platoons, and one (1) cart
mule, for delivery at Omaha, Neb., or
other prominent railroad points. All of
the draft mules are required for 4-mule
teamn. The animals to conform to speci
fications for cavalry and riding horses and
mules. United States reserves right to
accept or reject any or all proposals or
any part thereof. Particulars and blanks
for proposals will be furnished on applica
tion. Envelopes containing proposals to
be Indorsed "Proposals for Horses or
Mules." and addressed to Major THOMAS
CRUSE, Chief Quartermaster.
J9-10-U-12 F 6-7.
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER-
master. Fort Mackenrle, Wyo., Jan. 10, ,
19ii7. Scaled proposals. In triplicate, for
furnishing and Installing fixtures, making
service connections and Installing watt
meters ln buildings, and transformers for
electric lighting at this post, will be re
ceived here until 10 a. m. (mountain time),
February 9, 1907. Plans and specifications
may be seen at office of depot quarter
maater, St. Louis; chief quartermaster,
Oninha, Denver, Chlcafto and Bt. Paul, and
at thla office, at which latter place all In
formation may be obtained. U. 8. reserves
the right to accept or reject any or all bids
or any part thereof. Enclose proposals In
sealed envelopes marked, "Proposals for
Electric Fixtures," addressed Second Lieu
tenant R. II. Kelley, Q. M.
Office, Fort Des Moines, lowa, December
24, 1SI06. Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will
be received here until 11 a. m., standard
time. January 12, li7, for furnishing and
Installing electric light fixtures, transform
ers, and Installing watt meters and wiring
for electric lighting in public buildings at
Fort Des Moines, Iowa. Information fur
nished on application. United States re
serves right to accept or reject any or all
proposals or parts thereof. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be endorsed.
"Proposals for Electric Light Fixtures,"
etc., addressed W. E. Cole. Q. M.
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING OF TUB
UNION LAND COMPANY.
Notice Is hereby given that the annual .
meeting of the stockholders of the Union
Land company for the election of five di
rectors and the transaction of such other
business aa may lawfully come before the
meeting will be held at the office of the
general solicitor. Union Pacific Building,
9th and Farnam Sis., Omaha, Kebraska,
on Monday, the 14th day of Janjary, 1907,
at 10 o'clock a. m.
The stock transfer books will be closed
ten days previous to tho meeting.
ALEX MILLER, Secretary.
Dated, New York, December 20th, 1.
D23d JOx -
Notice Is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of The Bee
Building company will be held at 4 o'clock
p. rn., Tuesday. January 22, 1907, at the
office of said company In The Bee building.
Omaha, for the election of a board of dl
lectors for the ensuing year and the trans
action of such other business aa may prop
erly come before such meeting
C. C. ROSE WATER, Secretary.
J2dl4t D & 8
OMAHA COMPANY EXAMPLE
Local Street Car Corporation Com
mended for Faith la City
by Fort Wayae.
Fort Wayne papers are holding the
Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Railway
company up as an example of a company
which Is not afraid to bank on the future
of a city and Is spending large sums for
Improvements, thereby giving work to a
large number of skilled workers. The
claim Is made that in Fort Wayne the com
pany is simply looking after the present
nickels and not to the future.
CONNELL CASE UP FRIDAY
Contempt I'ruretdlagi Will Re Hear
Before Jndae Hattoa of
Attorney W. J. Connell returned Thurs
day from Bt. Louis, where he nas been
trying a case, and called at once up m
Judge Sutton at the court house ln regard
to the contempt proceedings which are to
be started against Mr. Connell. The case
will be taken up Friday morning at 9:30.
JacJtsoa Will gland Trial.
After being bound over for trial In the
district court on the charge of breaking
and entering the apartments of Mrs. K.
Jordan about two weeks ago. a second
complaint was filed in police court Thurs
day morning against William Jackson, a
Council Bluffs negro, charging him with
stealing diamonds and Jewelry valued at
$135 fiom. the apartments of Judge Ben
jamin 8. Baker December 29. Jackson was
arraigned on the second complaint, but re
fused to waive a preliminary examination
and the case was sl lur January 14.
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