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HELP WANTED MALE
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for the morning; and ftaailar editions.
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ifiiI ada and ne advertisement will
be accepted for Ira than JO rents for
"If" apply to either Tlia Dally or
' roont als word to a liar.
Combinations of Initlnla or nnmbera
count aa ana word.
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line per month excepting; that
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will be i One luaertlnn, I rent per
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acirn or more consecnllve Inaertlons,
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Hint ada for The Bee may be left
wl nny f the following; drag stores
one la our "corner draaglkt" they
arc nil hraneh afflrea for The Bee
anil your I tIII he luaerted J oat mm
irniiptl r.nd on the name ralea aa at
the main office In The Bee Building,
sctcnlrrnlh and Far nam atrretat
.'Lath. W. C, fnii and Farnam.
Lttanek. a. A.. 14 8. Ifith t.
I nt Pharmacy, TM S. Pith St.
' nsnn n, ,11 ,,.. . H.nson, Nub.
J :. .i tin luck Fhain.ary, S3d Mnd Cumins.
i- .i.o'. Pharmacy. ;;-.. Sherman Ave.
. 1 1 1 1 . . C. H.. n .i and PL-roe Si.
ham Mill Pharmai .. . .2L1 Military Ave.
'. J. B., aim avi. and l-'iiri-jtrir St.
n-ey Phurmacy. :4il. h-i! Lake Sis.
..i- i.;ak, Kmil, l.-i.-a . lltli St.
U'crs, U II.. X2 Leavenworth St.
l-'os cr & Am. .LI. 213 ,N. Lath St.
I'liymij, J'.l.u J., .11)4 N. 24th St.
i L.i -in-e Drug Co.. Florence. Neb.
';. man phiirmm . . 8uh ai.-I Lnkii Sts. .
' . i.oiikii. i. a., 1:5 S Imh S'.
' Hough, O. A., 1024 S 1Mh Ht.
I . i. ..ill-ii. William ;920 Farnam St.
: rcjin Pink Phuvmsty, 1401 si. 29lh St.
J." ft. John, ti:'( N. Wtli St.
: I! .. A. I.., :.'4 l.e.ivci.worlh Ft.
I H. 8.. 2338 Farnam St.
Ki. litre Place Pliar ; y. liSal N. 24th St.
J a. I l( k Drug Co., lf.lt N'. 24lh St.
: I t . ip, Charles K.. L24 N. .4th St.
Peyton, L. I-:., 24Di ami Iavenworth Sts.
ftM.utoga lJiug Co., 24 h St. and Anici
lia-frr'i Cut Priie Drur Co.. 16th and
Sc I aef. r. August. -JX.! N. tth St.
Hiimildt. J. II., lltli atiJ I'ti'iilnif Stu.
flurn I'hurmary. IHln und Mariha 8ts.
vvilnut Hill Phari.ia- y, loth and Cuming"
Mrlt.cn Phnrmarv. ?rth :iml I'irace 3t.l.
M'lirih. (J. Ii., 40th ;ir.d Hamilton St.
, DKATH AND, FT. MCR II, NOTICES,
mgcman. j.i !
JOHNSON Emanuel, October 30, 1908, age
4.. years !! days.
Funeral from family residence. 1M14 Tt
catur aireet. Sunday. November 1, ISiti, at
i P. m. Interment Forest Lawn cemetery.
hVAN-Mli-:.uel. at ti:S0 o'clock, October 31,
nged TS years.
Mr. Ryan survived his wife by fourteen
flays. He was an employe of the Union
Pacific road for upwards of twenty-five
years. He Is survived by one son, John A.,
. and one daughter, Mrs. P. J. Brennan.
Funeral from his late residence, 19A1 &uth
Fifteenth etreet, 8:30 a. m., to St. Patrick's
church. Services at 8 a, m. on Monday,
i November' X Friends invited. Kindly omit
' flowers. .
Tlie following marriage licenses have
Name and Residence.
Andirw NleUi n. Oinulta
Margaret it Hodman, Oiuah.i
MI It m o. Eijon. S oux "lty. Ia
Bernhe Orlggs, Sioux C ity, ia
Jcaeph Sopp, South Omaha
M lili Reanas. South Omaiia
laaac N. ('a ism, Kansas City, Mo
Krnu. Botloiff, Omaiia -
. . . -5
H HIT IIS AND DEATHS.
K-irihs William Thomas. Omaha General
hjapl;al, mi: Hcrnaid iluhn, 1710 South
t'weiily-f iiin street, boy; Daniel Anderson,
Mil Welmter Blreet, girl; J. C. Thompson,
61u North 'I'li-jlleth aireet, boy.
Deatha-KiHklin T. Parsons, 516 North
Thlrty-secoii't ativet, 7B years; Miss Hur
ting, 3'A'l :Mth Sixtetnth street, 26 years.
THE CITY GAHBAOK CO.; Office 4th and
i.euvenortlt tils. Tel. Douglas l.lhT.
sllON PAINTINU-S. 1L Cole, 1W2 Daulas.
LADIES' shirt waist boxes, skirt boxes
and baby bu&cs made to older; odd iiecea
of furniture made and repaired; planus
ituiiBiieo aim rei uiipik-u ; me only p.aca
ou can have your omii original designs
made. All woi.. aai a.i.ct.,. .v.. ,u,
H-M.3. tU-Ji; Nov
BOYl.ES Bl'SINRSS COI.I.EGK.
tnter p.ny lime tor cuunwi in sieuo.rajihy,
typewi-LIng, bookktep i'g, Englijh. Nl.ht
Klin day sessions. Catalogue free. H. B
"Jj In, i'rta.ucat, Om;.hu, Neb.
If you want a. sclc.itil'io massage treat
ment come to -.'3o;s4 Paxton Rla.,
nervous diseases and rheumatism a
Lecmity. Tel Doug. UN).
(D-M328 Nov. 7
KXPttRI KNCKD accountant, will open or
closa books. Addreaa L, 7-.T. care Bee.
. , tit M n
We have on hnd a number of used
cars which will be sold at low prices
to mako room for the 109 model.
Thee ro bigb grade uiaciluea. cail
at the garage and inspect ttirm, or
write for descriptive list.
1!. It. KIMBALL,
ZvU Faruuiu St., Omaha.
WE GIVE technical instruction on ali
cars. svcll driving lisoolu for ladies
the feature of our school; write for p-ci-tic-ultra
ou.au School of Autumuoio;
Engineering. jiUJ Leavenworth kU. Tel.
Rwd WsN 12) Ou0
OR BALE or will trade for Omaha vacant
property, a lremier roadster, ;to- horse
Lower, 4-eyliiuler. i-Jr B , ra;-,.iaj.
shape. Win. H. Wallace, 24th and Far
nam streets. (2) M180 1
FOR SALE. AUTOMOBILES.
Una lvul modal F, five passenger Uuiek car
good aa new. been run Hire months
fully equipped; also Gabriel horn and
JUra set of tires, coat I.KT; pi tee ;mu
One model C, 19ul Jackson, five-passenger
touring car, equipped with new set of
tires, ca 1s In No. 1 condition; n 111 tlIar,
anta both of these cars; cost price, 1 250
linn, 1HI. ' '
HARLAN AVTO GARAGE, HARLAN. IA
That la too hiic n atim of mon-y for the ordinal y mind to ct niiiMir-nl, and the
tp mling of It vriaely li x still bitrucr problem.
Who has it and what la he doing with It?
A teleprrHph nprrator has it to aperid and la unending It. H Is building t'i
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul rnllrond from Kvarts. 8. H., to Seattle, Wa.h. His
name la A. J. Karllng and he ia preaid-nt of that lilg read.
No, he Is not ortli.g aa operator now, but he began when hf was is yexra old.
He worked hla way up. Just as hunt'reda of other young operators have done and are
There are young men In the TeloKraph department of Bnyles College now who
will some day be In much higher pwltlona roadmasters, superintendents, telegraphy
t-hlefa. gonera! managers and possibly presidents. Why not? All the railroads must
have theae offirlnls and figures show that eight out of every ten officials began
their railroad careers ua levator. Who w!ll be the pre. d' nt of the Milwaukee, or
Rock Island, or I'niotv Pacific, or .my other of the well known rnilroada In twenty,
lwenty-fie ok thirty years? The ihnnces are lie will be one of the young men who
are pounding bra In iior.ie obm-un- office today.
Are you ambitious fur ti r.iiltoad career? We can aasure you of a position ,1uat
as Horn aa you carj L-nru the buineaa. We have the offlc'al hack-ng cf the t'nlon
Pacific railroad for Ihia promlno and our guarantee Is backed U'i hy that big road.
There are some vacant-lea waiting for operators, so the chance is yours if you have
the energy to begin and the determination to succeed.
( od aolarlea are paid for opevutora. ranging from to $1TI per month, amd the
boa: of It la that you get a salary from the day you begin work. There is no ap
prenticeship or "trying out."
We give you the name training in our Night School aa in the Day.. Uake up
your mind tc enroll in Hoyica College School of Tehgrapny.
Send for our catalogues today.
11 B UOYIjKS, Pres., BOYDES BL.1X1.
Off.L-.nl Trainins School for Telegraphers for Union Pacific Railroad.
1909 NEW CARS AT CUT PRICES
We have Just closed a deal with the Dolson
Automobile laolory. We secured ail the
balance of their 1:0H cars and also a few
of the l?u9 machines.
Tlieso cars am among the highest grade
cars In the world and are furnished bet
ter than any cur sold today.
Tlii-Ki) machines are made to aell for $3,24K
each. We aro going to olfer them wliiie
they laat for 1.400.
We have secured enough parts to last for
over two years and will fully guarantee
every machine. We wiil take care of
all our customers.
The nale on the new high-wheel autoa still
continues; tiVA will buy new high-wheel
auto, lirtt model, fuily equipped and per
fectly designed. They are selling fast,
but can take care of oidcrs for a while
yet. Send for cut and descriptions.
The wise man will buy an automobile now.
The eastern dealers must have money.
We are buying ns last us the stuff is
offered, but even our large capital and
warehouses are taxed to lake care of the
We must unload no reasonable offer will
be refused. Come and see us at once.
You will save fully a third by buying
IF YOU CANNOT COME AND SEE. SEND
Ft)R OUR THIRTEEN PAtiE BAR
GAIN LIST. FL i.EY DESCRIBING OUR
WE CAN DO BUSINESS BY MAID JUST
AS EASILY AND WILL GUARANTEE
ALL CARS TO BE JUST AS REPRE
SENTED. THEN DON'T FORGET OUR
2Sx3 Casings, 11.00; Tubea, i2..Vl
itOx.t Casing, ILI.oo; Tuben, J.75
:oaH Casings. 15.fi: Tubes, 4.00
Jx3V4 Casings, 116.50; Tubes, 4.:'5
Stx4 Castings. 20.0; Tubes, o.S
' ' - 81x4 Dtinlop universal rim, 20.00
34x3 Clincher rim. lo.Oo
X1J. SUPPLIES AT CUT PRICES.
TIMES SQUARE AUTOMOBILE CO',
. 1-3J-1SJ4 Michigan Ave., Chicago, 111.
. (21-979 lx
SEND for our Hat of second-band auto
mobiles. DER1GHT, U18 Fariiam
THREE one-ton commercial automobiles
prlcss, Suo, 850 and fVM. Apply VV. S
Balduff. 1522 Farnam St. t2 668
SEND for list of id-hand cars. Colt Auto
mobile Co., 2025 Fat nutn t. (2) Mi.10 M
BARTER AND EXCHANGE
A CHOICE cltajr lot lu North Omaha;
will take horse and buggy in part pay
ment. Call at Midland hotel, or P. o
Box 8U7. C. W. Jvaley. t3j M8bJ Lx
WHY pay more, wiien you can buy or ex
change for any part of 60,000 acres of
beautiful, level, black, prairie land, close
to me railroad in Texas, at from lu to
i 15 an aero? Agents wanted. Address N.
ilalsey, oib Mouaduock. Chicago.
.i M878 U
Eighty acres of land in Minnesota l.LSW
Pope-Wavei ly electric runabout duo
Mortgage on half section of land near
St. Paul, Neb 4.400
Will exchange any or all of the above
for Omaha real estate. Will exchange the
automobile for good horse, harness and run--about.
N. P. DODGE & CO., 17U Farnam St.
(3) MJ13 1
I -a i Re. well paying Nebraska corn milling
plant. Monthly sales $:U.ix'; X acres; tw.i
elevators, etc. Price lno.iiufl. Owner may
trade for land or income property.
Hastings hkyukn land dept.,
220 S. 17lh St.
WILL exchange complete manufacturing
plant, 25.(00. for property or land. For
tune In it. James Qulnn, 710 N. 9ih St.
St. Louis. (3 M2J lx
ANYONE wanting a box ball alley can get
nearly new one from me cheap. W. E.
Bennett. Grand Island. Neb. (4i MMW 1x
DRUG stores for sale everywhere. Knlest.
New York Life Bldg. (4-669
TO GET in or nut of busineaa call on
GANGESTAD, Room 403, Bee Bldg.
2.50a BUYS the largest bakery and ice
cream factory in town of 3.500 people.
Only lev cream business In 2rt) mUf.
Bupply five towns. Address R. L. f.s
boruc:, Casper, Wyo. 14) M93$ I
FOR SALE One double Rrunswlrk-Ritlke
bowling alley. In good condition. Arpl to
I Peter Mangold, lien-iingtoii, Neb.
. , H-.' 1
! ADDITIONAL capital furnished g. dig
concerns; stock and bond issues place,!
direct wlih Investors on a comm ssion
basis; correspondence Invited. Capital,
P. O. Box 976. New York. H) a lx
MORE money being made with plciure
m idlines than anything else; new propo
sition; own your own machines; no rent
or expenses; machines woi it day and
night; takes some money, but pays big:
writs now; slao chance for promoter
salesmen. Monograph Co., Pai locust
St., St. Louis. (4)-92 lx
FOR SALE 1st class hair dressing estab
lishment, splendid trade; reason lor sell
ing, h aving city. Address B 494. car,' Bee.
IF YOU want a business that will pay sev
eral tthouaand dollars annually, start a
mall order business; by our easy method
anvone can be successful. M1IH111 n-HL ks,
Chicago. t 23 lx
ON ACCOUNT-of other business, will sell
all or one-half Intercut in manufacturing
biislnetta in Seattle; 2 .') to (5,(m) re
quired. Address Y IX. Tlie Bee.
4 1M975 1x
INDUSTRIAL, manufacturing, mining, oil,
gas and railway stock and Isold issues
sold direct to investors; commission basis,
hainuel Graham & Co., Si-ilin.-r l-ti-nUera,
Muiiut ul, Canada. 4 Ik
WE WANT YOUR
WE A it It. iS I UIOTLY
WE FiND BUfc-Kd FOR
STOCKS OF MEliCltANDlSE
P.USINESS PivO POSITIONS.
CAPITAL SECURED FOR 1'AlENTS.
HAVE SEVERAL PARTIES WITH CASH
FOR Bl&l.NEbS INVESTMENTS.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A BUSI
NESS. WE CAN SATISFY YOU. HAN
DLE ONLY FIRST-CLASS, LEGITIMATE
PROPOSITIONS, WHICH WE INVESTI
GATE. SHOULD YOU HAVE ONE TO
SELL SEND US PKT'AIIS.
WE HAVE SPEUIAL SYSTEM OF
CALL AND SEE US OR WRITE.
CENTRAL EXCHANGE & BROKERAGE
CO.. DOUGLAS BLK., K)uH SO. loi'll ST.,
OMAHA, NEB. 14) M190 lx
FOR SAIJS A profit paying, olean 6.E00
stock of general merchandise In one of
tlie best county seals of eastern Ne
braska; good reasons for selling; liberal
discount for cash. Address Y 7, care
Omaha Bee. (4 M915 lx
RESTAURANT for sale: paying business;
easy terms. Address II 714, rare Hee.
(4 M94i 2X
HOW to finance a bualness enterprise
clearly shown by descriptive booklet No.
92 which we forward free. Bualness De
velopment Co., 117 Nassau St., New York
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE We have coii
', nertlons to furnish - capital quickly for
' propositions of merit. George Dewitt &
Co., Chemical Bank Bldg., Chicago.
(4 M14S lx
FOR .SALE Printing office in growing
town. Power press. Falrbatiks-Moise en
gine, new type, etc. lour health reason
for selling. Address The Monitor. Davis,
S. D. tti .MH8 7x
IF you want to gel Into a gilt-edsed Cuban
land proposition on the ground floor,
wlte A. Eenkeina, Security Ba.ik Bldg.,
Minneapolis, Minn. G 936 lx
ACTIVE Business Man Do you want to
make 1U0 to laoO pit- month and own the
business? If so. write, quick. Faber
Company, Washington, Lt. C. (4) 1j1 lx
LATENT SECURED OK FEL AK
TURNED Illustrated guide book and list
of inventions wanted, frea to any address.
Patents secured by us advertised free ia
World's Progress; sample copy (ite.
Evans. Wllkens & Co.. toa F Bl., Wash
ington, D. C. (4
WOULD like to hear of good mining or
other stock for sale in any enterprise
where an Investment of several thousand
dollars would be safe. No liquor propo
sitions considered. L. Derbyshire, Box
lill Richeslcr. N. Y. (4i
NOTICE, LADY OR GENTLEMAN!
I am here tor Hie purpose of establishing
manufactory and Headquarters tor out
goods: want assistant to manage help
and shipping; .'v secures steady posi
tion that ought to clear you 2.."uo yearly;
references and experience unnecessary.
'Phone Rome hotel, room 48 C.
(4) M959 lx
7 PER CENT
An Investment opportunity of exceptional
merit In the best and safest of all invest
ments public service corpuratl jns. Write
lis for full details. George W. Fowler &
Co.. 30 Broail St.. New York. (4I-9M) lx
BANKERS and hank clerks. Increase your
yearly lr.ci.iiie $.",i to .'. hy "ei resent
ing us in your locality during" spa re time;
full particulars hy mail. Merchants
Credit Adviser Co, 1406 Farnam St.,
Omaha. to M974 lx
FOR SALE Hardware stock In central Ne
braska, In sure crop district. Big terri
tory. Good business. Invoice 4.000.
Address Y-8. care Bee. (4) M181 lx
DR. ROY-, R. 2. 1506 Farnam St. Doug. 6497.
(u) o, 1
A. K. JETT, cleaner and layer, ind. B-2u96.
li) M66a Nli
IF YOU object to the sameness gee our
line-. We have tlie most up-to-date siylea
in length, height and laci-j. Alwas a
la re slock of well seasoned blocks 011
hand. Oldest plain in Omaiia. Omaiia
Concrete Stone Co., 2Mb Ate. and Sanlei
find. Belt Line. 'Phones: Webster s&6.
Wobster 421, Independent R-Sols.
(5) 402 Nv?3
CHINA decorating, order work a specialty.
Jesson Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day. Firing daily. Leather craft, stains,
leather and designs. Mrs. C. C. Hun
gate, b'ji Brandcis Bldg. Tel, Red 5r-jj.
15 1 9-1
IN FAMILIES. Miks Sturdy. Tel. Doug.
McDowell Dressmaking; school, 16JJ Farnam
DRESSMAKING and alterations: Woman's
Exchanga, 1822 Farnam. Tel. D. 3611.
HESS & 8WOBODA. 1115 Farnam St. '
U HENDERSON. 151 Farnam. Tel. D. 1J63.
J. H.BATH, 1623 Harney. TeL Dcug. :iou0.
I1AVID COI.K Creamei y Co.
Tit 1.(1 A X- T.O W
P.ATIv In anpis t '
!!. ;-,; i:ce 11!d.
'Phone n oiglaa ..-4.
CNION LOAN Cii.MPANY.
(5) - 6T'j
LmoNKT to loan on real c'ntt at low r!"s.
. o. ftli-lKle, Kimge Hldu.
Safes, fhnttera, Kte.
OMAHA Safe and Iron Works makaa a
specialty of file escape., al-.tiil-'r-. do.n a
and safes. U. Andrcen, Prop., 1 2 i lfMu
(fi i 4sl
THE SCHLITZ, European, 16th and Harney
JOHNSON INS.. 418 N. Y. L. Tel.
Ir. Katheryn Nickolaa, ".08 N. Y.
Mnale and l.anaoaKea.
FRANCIS POTTER, teacher of hanjo, man
dolin and guitar, 5nj Parker lllk.
l.'.t 418 n9
Moving and Storing.
EXPRESSMEN'S Delivery Co.. office 214
N. 16th St., warehouse i7-9 Izard St.
BEFORE placing your VM9 calendar order
don't fall to see our Imported line. Lyng
aiad & Jorve, printers. 16th and Capitol
Ave. (51 6X6
EXPONENTS of good printing. Prompt
and first-class wotk snaranteed.
ANCHOR PUBLISHING CO..
312 S. 18lh St. Tela. Doug. Ind. A-2."i.T2.
Rat Mannfoef nrers.
RUGS made from old
Bluffs Rug factory.
BAILEY MACI I,
3d fir. Paxton. T. WS.
(shorthand Reporter nnd Notary.
F. J. SUTr-T.IFFE, depositions. 5 rtee.
Tel. Douglas inns. (.-. 6SS
RAPID SHOE REPAIR CO.- First-class
work. 161S' Capitol Ave. l-:one Red 991.
SHOES repaired right, cal'ed for and de
livered free. Standard Shoe Repair Co.,
1K04 Farnam St. Tel. Douglas T.jdT.
Missouri water filters. Huber, 1310 Howard.
Missouri water filters. Huber, 1310 Howard.
Agents and Salesladies.
LADY agents are making 2.1 per week
sailing our great line of necessities; no
scheme.; particulars free. Write us now.
. - YbuuB,' 1S4 Dearborn St., D. 123. Chicago.
(7 Ma lx
CANVASSERS to sell fruit, coffee, tea.
iron rust. Ink staln remover; quick seller;
7 cents dozen profit. Be-Gon-Rust Co., 518
Greene Ave., Brooklyn, New York.
(7) 989 lx
Clerical and Office.
to act as private sec-
Stenographer (Smith-Premier), for promi
nent attorney, ."i0 or bet'er. .
Experienc-d Jewelry saleslady. J0-t!f.
CO-OPEKATI VF- REFERENCE CO.,
1173-75-77 Brandi-is Bldg.
Factory and Trades.
WANTED Experienced girl for general
housework in sitiall family, that could gj
home nights. 3:29 Pacific. 'Phone Harney
731 (7 M615
FIRST CLASS hand lroner, one who can
finish Bhlrts. S per week; more If sat
isfactory; board and room. 3.50 per week.
Kh-anwell laundry, Chorokee. la.
WANTEI iO experieiK-ed finishers on
mats and skirts. Cloak department. Hay
den Bros. (7) M-tW 3
Housekeepers and Doiurat It-a.
WANTED Girl for general housework.
Mrs. E. Rosewater. 13 Tile New Hamil
ton. 24th and Farnam. (7 M3tl
WANTED Experienced girl for general
hoiisewoik in small family, who could go
In.rne nights. ;ilJ9 Pacific. 'Phon- Har
ney 732. i7)-MUI.'i
I COMPETENT, steady girl for g.-m ral
housework; must Ik? agreeable to chil
dren; small fa.niiv; references required.
Ji-A Bristol St. Tel. Webster 2414. (".) !VO
WANTED Glil for gen -tal housewoik: no
wasiuag or Ironing. Cail 4nl So. 3M.i St.
. 17)-S..6 lx
WILL Tlllle please come home? Mother
sick. . ROSE. 17) M9.S3 6x
WANTE Girl for general housework. . 8820
Harney street. Tel. Harney 662.
GOOD girl for general housework; family
of 3. Mrs. Geo. H. Kelley. 1U21 Blnney.
(7) ;64 2
GIRL for general h.us -work. 2522 Charles.
(7) M19t 3x
WANTED Experienced girl for general
hoiisewoik, small family, wages -'5 per
month. 116 North Thirty-elghlli avenue,
or three houses norili of Dodge street.
Telephon Harney 273.1. t7) Mid 3
WANTED A good cook, three In family,
good wages. Inquiie 1120 Park Ave.
'Phone Harney 95H. (7) ALT! 3
WANTED -Girl for general housework or
nurse girl. 2919 Webster St. i7 M255 3X
GIRL for general lioust win k, Mrs. Herbert
A. Sinter, 4-114 Harney Si. Tel. Harney
2078. (7)-M.'51 T
WANTED A good girl for general house
work; good wages. Tel. Harney 9n. or
call 3350 Harney St. (7) M25S
WANTED Ladies to make apron-t. '!.)
dozen. No cost to get work. MateriaU
send prepa'd. Encjose si. tinned addressed
envelope. Home Apron & Dies Co.. Iih
Angeles, Cal. (71992 lx
WANTED-Ladies to make aprons. 3.60 a
dozen; materials furnished: no coal i,( K, 1
work; enclose stamped addreaaed envel
ope for particulars. Pacific Apron Co.,
Box 726, Portland Ore. (7) 991 lx
SHIELD SEWERS Work ran be done at
home: material and Inatruci 1011a awn;
7.20 to 14 40 cash weekly, according to
spare lime; addiosstd cuveloiM- bring
particulars. K. Dlst. Co., 711 Llppiinolt
Bldg., Philadelphia. 7 vi lx
BE TRAINED NURSE Earn U5 weekly.
We provide home, study, lectures, hos
pital practice when desired, employment
throng, 1 physicians. Unlimited demand
for our graduates. Free catalogue. Small
monthly pavmeiiia. American Training
School Nurses, 423 Crilly Rldr. Chicago.
M I r 1 1 ii p ti u o ii 1 1 n n tl .
LA I M K? ihm I'M.v on rlbhun wtrk. ny-
Ihto, prtnipl Jr. ltobcrun, lt i-iti,
HELP WANTED MALE
Agents, Sollrltore and Salesmen.
1 WANT to talk Willi a few sa esmen
capable and wiiLug to tain tiom .;.oo to
:.-.-' annually. Lock Lo. . maiia,
Neo. 0") Mstii 1
NEW YORK sia;e corpoiailon warns a
siuic repiisvti, alive f-jr Ne'iraska; Inisl
ness aln udy on gooo lia os; salary and
commission ; niusi have g,od loial athnd- .
itiir utnl lt. at ip t, -! 'ii iia - nntiK.i' iti nun '
liand til iitK. nsmlng last nnd piesi-nl
empluyi is. Addiesa A 71V, care Hoe.
WANTFH Expei leticed coal salesman wliii
i an earn good aalary; gve expi-r,eni-i- nn i
references first litter. Address D 730,
Bee. l9)-907 1
AGENTS named fm tti- most complete oil
gas burners In tiv worl 1; no wick; no
smell; geni-ra:es ken sent- oil Into a line
gas; it fit any cook ptoxe or range,
nothing lilt - It; one-third cheaper than
coal or wood
THE K('l.i.(i.MY ltURVEIt CO. Dept. o
809 atl Slt N. Y. Lite lildg., Omaha. Neb.
tin M'!4I Nov."x
CIGAR SALESMAN wanted In thl ter
rltoiy; experience unitei essary ; $110 a
month nnd J. a day expenses. Maumec
Wholesale Cigar Co., ToL-d , O.
BOTH SEXES-Hest yet or money back;
household novelty; necessity; big selL r:
see u re territory quick. Metrantile Ma I
lng Co.. H07 Stewart Bldg.. and D.,
Washington, D. C. (9i ;S lx
To handle lines advertising merchandise
and sundry schemes; commission basis.
Aldwen company, 22 Beekman St.. New
York. (lti-999 lx
90 A MONTH 60 expense allowance at
start, to put out merchandise and grocery
rntah'gnis: niHil onL-r house. American
Home Supply Co'., deak 15, Chicago. 11.
SALESMAN to represent New York im
porting house in NcbiHslta. Kansas, Okla
homa nnd adjacent territory, to carry a
line of laces on a commission basla;
state references. 1. A. Aslier At Co., 7
W. 2:'! St.. New York City. (9) 996 lx
AGENTS wanted to aell advertlaing nov
elties: 25 per cent commission: two sam
ples, 10c. J. C. Kenyon. Oswego. N. Y.
SALESMEN wanted for p ipular-prlced
walking skirt line; very ' liberal commis
sion to men with dry goods trade; no
others need apply: give full Information.
Address 16. care Bi-c. i9i 133 lx
AGENTS for guaranteed No-Hole hosiery;
if hole appears within six months cus
tomer gets new pair free; exclusive ter
ritory; large commlssuins. No-Hole
Hosiery Co., 172 Lincoln Ave.. Newark,
N. J. (91-132 lx
AGFINTS wanted for a high-class, beauti
fully printed and illustrated 1-n-year
woman's mngaiine; commission. 50c nn
each 1 subscription :' write for agents'
free outfit. American Home Month'y, 6
Barclay St., New York. (9)
AOF!NTS-310 every month, sure, selling
our wonderful tlirht-plece kitchen aetr
send for sworn stn'ement of 1? dallv
profit; ou'fit free. Thomas Mff. Co., 624
Jefferson St.. Dayton, O. (9) lift lx
WANTED High-class salesman, who can
give reference and bond, to fill nosl
toln that will pay 100 per week and ex
penses to rla-ht man. J. A. Kldwell. sales
manager, 1914 Euclid Ave., Clevelsod. O.
(9) 128 lx
TRAVELING MEN with grit no dead ones
for greatest line of calendars and ad
vertising novelties ever put out. Many
new features. ACT QUICK. Now mak
Ine contracts for 19(9. Spot wood Spec
ialty Co.. Ijxington, Ky. (9) M174 lx
WANTED Salesmen to sell side line to
hardware an harness dealers. Good com
mission. The Zlegler Nec'yoke Co.,
Cuffeyville. Kan. (9) M17S lx
LIVE MEN. handle greatest magazine
clubbing ofers. Four magazines ll.OO; '0
cents commission. Van Dyne. 68 I. Salle
SI.. Chicago. 111. (9l-M171 lx
SALESMEN Wanted to handle our fine
line, of t tlendars. signs, leather goods,
thermometers and advertising novelties.
Exclusive or side line. Llberul compen
sation. Mahnn Novelty Co., Kenton, Ohio.
I ) M 170 lx
AGENTS to handle biggest money-making
Fire Extinguishers; sneclul starting offer;
exclusive territory; $75 to 500 per month.
Badger Chemical Mfg. Co., Milwaukee,
BOOKMEN and all agents. Investigate-.
Heart Throbs plays uuon chords of deep
feeling, to which everybody respond-;
over IOO.kpO already sold; great for vil
lages and farms, as well as clt'es; a peep
, Into -its magic pages sella the book. Get
your easy money and get It q tick. Write
Chappie Publishing Co., New York City.
WE PAY 8S6 A WEEK and expenses to
men with rigs to introduce poultry com
pound; years contract. Imperial Mfg.
Co., D-78. Parsons, Kan. ()
PERMANENT buHness for ageula silling
new light for renting and lllumlnat'ng
home and store; one-filth s' gas, nn
x Ii oil lamp, one-tenth ele. t rli lly ; new
ness, economy and usefulness make it
great a-Per; write for booklet U. S. .
Llibt Co., :57 W Main 81.. Sprlugf e'd.
AGENTS 150 per month eas:ly made sell
ing my new patent floor stiop: sells like
wild'lie. if you want u ei ackerjack ai
t cle write to E. Hilker, 371 Grand Ave.,
REPRESENTATIVES to solicit, exclusively
or side line, the saloon, drug, dispensary
and wholesale liquor trade for a straight
Kentucky whisky guaranteed under the
pure food laws and adopted by the IT. 8.
government' for hospital purposes. An
easy seller. Write quick ror prices, ter
ritory, etc. Box 294, Covington, Ky.
WE will have an exceptional opening next
January in established territory with our
comnlete line bolts, hags, combs. Jewelrv
and ladles' neekwea'-; -tate ne, ext-ri.
ence; references. Kunstadter Rros.. 233
Adams St.. Chicago. (8i-M199 1
TRAVELING Salesmen Wanted To com
plete our selling ai rane'i un n-s for 1909
we will contract with a few good, expeil
enced salesmen, capable of selling high
grade pronosltloii to retail trade; big
money nnd a permanent position: refer
ences. Box 725. Chicago. (9 101 lx
AGENTS. secret out. greatest money
m-iking proiaisl! inn revealed, and cer
tificate worth r.'O free to each agent
wrl'lng Immediai-lv Exclusive contiol.
Credit allowed. Hull. 2'2 Fra-'klln s'l-eet,
New York. (9) M162 lx
SALESMEN WA N"l ED-Adverilslng sales
men for complete line, ralendais, com
bination blank books, leather goods, cloth
goods, Nlumlniim goods and novelties;
favorable contract for competent man.
Economy Advertising Co., lows Citv, Ia.
yi.rpVT V.KI VE erpKia.ed. ten Colors,
Thaoksv'vlng jmd C- r-t,,,H nnt cards!
and ivtflogiie. :5e. Dlel'Ts Supply house.
Dept. Xi9. Allentown, Pa.
A WFLT -K' VOV'N 1'ibVrie house deai-
It- res-etlate wlt'i tfn 1 tth-arnen fur t
cootiai t: must be prttiie'--s: atat follv
"iiire of nreaknt emplovn'ent. Address
S. Grlem. Schiller Bldg., Chlc-to.
I 1VK m-n hsi'dle greatest mngnno rlub
liinir offers; f.nir magaz'n'-a. tl 60c com
mission. M. H. Ramsey, Ia-xh'gLn. Kv
9i M163 lx
S.LESi'-"N-I-:xrer1ene d udv-rtlslng noy
ellv ileum, 11 iih an estubliatieil Irsd
can c ake most advantagt-nua toiintctioog
for 1 S: line t-oinprlsea calendars, novel
ties, ibermomi t 1 s. leather ami cloth soe-e1-,lties.
give full particulars In first let
ter .,tldiesa Dept. 79, Poslaiffi'-e 578,
Chicago. (9) M9ii2 lx
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loiupMft.v. Noriois. Va.. alter Hearing a
oesi-i iplion 'oi tnc vvoumiiul inacu.i.t, tin
October :4. i'.Ks, aiiiu. ' I nai tnacnine will
put ua butter people o.ii ol business."
Now we . am to i iai-e tvi iitacliinea In
your vti inlty and id s-utl the first 5u
machiiicH inr a deposit ol -' each, but
one tnacnine to a pets .n; ou to owe us
., Ii toe mat Idiit noes tne work and you
consider It a money-saver; II not. we wiil
ret urn the money. The U. S. government
will not allow us to keep your money; if
tint as represented It would be fraud,
bend 2 to the City Savings Lank or bal
timore. Md., or send direct to us. Home
Pure Food Co., Baltimore, Md.
i9 12 lx
WANTED We ,.ac a few ni-.-ie vacancies
for honest, eneri lic mi n t s ?ll a geneial
line of fc:i-o.-.t,ea to farinei 1, atoekmen
airi ail ia-.'.- ct'Us Jim-rs. e-xpero-nie un
necessuty; no Investment; exclusive ter
ritory ' commissions advanced, our goods
aie guaianieed to comply With all pure
food laws. J'ms Is toe groceiy sab-aman's
harvest season as will as toe tanners.
Exiiptonai opportunity. Wilte today lor
JOHN SEXTON & CO..
Wholesale Groceis, L.Uhu und Franklin J?,s.,
Chicugo. 19I-MH7 tx
TRAVELING Salcamcu Wanted We pre
pare men by mail in 8 weeks to become
u.gh-grado salesmen and assist our grad
uates to secure positions , with rciiaolc
firms. No former experience requited.
Salesmen earn the biggest salaries of any
class of men in the world; trom 1.00" to
lo.Ouo a year and expenses. Hundreds of
our grauuates now earning big wages.
Ve coricspond with turns all over tho
count isr " a, id receive hundreds of cuds
lor salesmen. If you want to learn t he
best ptoiisalon In tne world and secure
a good position, our free boon, "A Knight
of the Grip," will snow you how. head
for It today. Address our nearest office.
Dept. 662 National Salesmen s Training
Assn., .new i or it, Chicago. Kansas City,
Minneapolis, San Francisco.
(9) M163 lx
THE UNITED CALENDAR ADVERTIS
ING I'D. of Peoria. III., is now making
contracts 'With salesmen lor the sale ot
lis line of souvenir and art calendars,
beginning December 1; commission basis;
samples weigh 15 pounds, from which
l.ixai calendais are quickly and easily
shown; only those who can show good
selling record and give satisfactory ref
erences considered; exclusive stale con
trol given If satisfactory results are as
sured; good territory still open. Write
for particulars. () M961 lx
WANTED Traveling salesman: one with
small amount to invest in tlie business
preferred. American Bottling Co.. Fre-
, mont, Neb. (9) M215 1
WANTED Men and women for the best
agents' proposition on the market; no
house to house, canvassing; fascinating
work; profits big. Write quickly for ex
clusive territory. HELMET CO., Cincin
nati. O. (9) M169 lx
WANTED Specialty salesman to call on
and sell druggists and general store
trade; line well advertised and a repeater;
can use few good, all-round, experienced
salesmen; opportunity unequaled for good
men; - position permanent; expenses ad
vanced; good salary and commission; give
experience, age, with whom last employed
in first letter; correspondence confiden
tial. Box 655, Chicago. (9l 100 lx
AGENTS Are you an agent? Do you
want to be an agent? Do you want to
make money in your spare time, or get
In'.o a permanent business? Send f.tf
free copy of Ihls mont'i's "Thomas
Agent;" read about new agency prop
ositions, .new plans and ifurr mont-y-niaking
pointers, and exiwrii nccs of thou
sands of successful agents; If already an
agent, state whst you are nmv selling.
Address today, Thomas Agent, 181 Wayua
Ave., Dayton, O. (! )-994 lx
WANTED Specialty aalesmen to .pall on
retailers with good line; holiday season
on; i rin.m nt tor producers; J'uO to .1,1
monthly (o hustlers. P. O. tsrx 135, Iowa
City, la. (91 9!3 lx
AGENTS WANTED To pell BePe of Toklo.
our wonderfull Oriental perfume, to pri
vate families; special Inducements and
exclusive territory. D. Shaska. 95 Wash
ington St., Chicago. (9) M146 lx
WANTED AGENT!1 -Legitimate substitute
for slot machines: patented; sells on sight
- fur 1. Particulars. Giaha Co., Anderson,
Ind. (9 110 lx
PARISIAN diamonds, rubles. finest Im
pound stones; ptizzie- exports; annul every
test; catalogue free. We start you. Syra
cuse Jewelry Co., Syracuse, N Y.
( (W-1U lx
WANTED for the year 1909 salesman to
sell a general- line of foreign and domestic
art advertising calendars, novelties and
leather goods In the siate of Nebraska.
(July sakanian wlih unexceptional refer
ences need apply. Most liberal commis
sions. Exclusive territory. Address
United States Calendar Co., Clnc'nnull, O.
WANTED SUlesma ti to sell wines and
I liquors to consumers. Inducements to
! the right man; samp'e cue- a id outfit
free. Address P. O. Box ,34. Baltimore,
Md. (91-110 1
JUST OUT liw-prlced. S-lb mop; turn
crank to wring; clean hands; women all
buy; 150 per cent profit; catalogue free.
U. S. Mop Co., 161 Main St., Leipsic, O.
() 118 lx
SALErMEiN-15 to 30 per day commission
selling staple notion i.snirtmt nt. Our ad
vertising sells iheui. S Je i.r main. Man
ager, 310 Buhl blM'k. Detroit, M ch.
SALESMAN to handle up-lo-dale Una 0
postcards. Including all latest novelrVs,
either exclusive 01- side line; get at selieis
anil very profitable: liberal commission
and paid promptly; largest pustiaid house
in iho weal. Arthur Capper. Topi-ka.
Kan. 9 118 1
SALESMEN everywhere to sell chewing
gum to retail trade. Braman, Li Ease
Fourth St., Cincinnati, O. UP 123 lx
WANTED-Salesman calling on piiturn
trade to sell latest conr.ic as side line.
Grayporl Art Co., Aberdeen. Wash.
CAPAUI.E Falesiiian to cover Nebraska
with staple line: hlgii coni'nissioiis. with
100 monthly advance; 1 eriraniii ims'ilim
to right man. Jess II. Suiitn Co.. D.drolt,
Mic h. (91-126 lx
8ALE8MEN want-i! for va-tcamy; two
grocery specially . .alcsmeii wort 1 1 $2.50
per year a-nl cv ,,en-.-'-s: stanle. well ail
xer.lsed f isi sel'ng lin; inuil-ons uerina
lieiit; write. Addicss Y 4, care Bee.
i .MACHINE n;til
SA 1.ESM A N Exp i leneed In any line In
S'-P i-i-ne-al Irade In N braxka: an unex
celled s-iecislty iroii-is't inn : i-omn-ls-d in.
itlt f:'A weekly adca-ice for exuensi a.
Tlie Continental Jewel -v Co.. "le -ein-id,
O. ' (Si-127 lx
AGENTS, boih sexes, cobdl-a monev eyerv
hour: rbsolntelv greatest s-''er oh earth,
naming Swird. Suite 312. II" CI tW
Cldcagu. i9i MI6M lx
AGENTS S'-ll our favorhes: ft 11 s r cent
profit, tine agent made L021.4! in tn
weeks. Oilier sellers. Amerh-Hii Machine
Co., Kalamazoo, Mich. (9) MI77 lx
WANTED Stale and eountv liianagers fur
Nebraska: you handle and set-ore anh-ag-nla;
big money. Red Cross Chemists'
Specialty Co., Chicago (9) 129 lx
AGEN'i'S- Pt per cent roTIt ; lapld s-IHng
luga pt ade household la-ci sslt u-s ; everv
hody ou.xs at sight; easy to earn " or
nn. re i T day; im capita! or experience;
s. nd ioi nutrit; magnificent nrt catalPsue
fiet-; icuis,e liriltory; grent. t Olfer
ever made. Co-0.orative rales Co.,
Comn.ctie St., l'litladclplila.
Atif.N i s -.VlHke lt..t. -o per month selling
i. oiiutli ii i-s.i.n .t-ri.os. paielni-d .s
sors aim rinni. i.. (iieoncr sold -2
puns io i,ii i- . i, oils, in.idt' t-i; oil iao
uo 11, t c snow nuvt , tit u oililit. 1 iitnit.irt
.... v o., i- rooi ui oi., la.i ion. i '.
ili)-L 9 lx
ivVI.EfvtlEN wanted visiting grocis. driu
t,l.M", Siivt-Mtiili Him genual uaiilM.tio
ii. on ; pi o, II a nil- Fide line; Lousenoiil
iievs.il..; pocM-t saiuple; establtsii i i
teeti o vt. per itay ri-niin-r Imsiness. iau
tiutijitr, 41 tortlund M., New Yolk.
C Hvs lx
l'llu'l'il llllow Tops, itnc; porlrHlts. ..;
sampu-s free; prompt shipment, fcli gl'ritd
Studio, ixU-i Ellis Ave, I on iigo.
('.'I l"ti lx
DON'T overlook tbls-sells eveiywhere;
new (-aluL gue iind samph-s FREE. Dept.
B, Slate Supply Co., Hitchcock. S. I .
AGENTS This Is your chance; HW per cent
profit. Window Rattle Preventer. Just out;
samples and terms 6 cents. Davies Mau
uiaciurlng Co., 41-43 Marlon M., Brook
lyn, N. Y. (91-104 lx
LIVE agents make :', to L daily selling
"ZANul," Concentrated Extracts lor
making liquors at home; no license;
booklet free. Universal Import Co., 1ST
Greenwich St., New York. 19) lifi lx
EXPERIENCED solicitor to devote ayitirn
time in presenting high-grade proposition
to merchants and physicians In Nebraska.
Collection agency experience preferred,
although not essential; Income -,50 to
3.000 annually; no books or Insurance;
Hive age. references and experience. Ad
dress Secretary, 4.16 Main St., Room .".42,
yulncy. 111. ( (!)) K:i lx
WE START you selling diamonds; don't
fail getting our liberal- olfer; "i dalle
sure. Carbon Diamond Co., Syracuse, N.
Y. Mention paper.- (9) 117 lx
AGENTS WANTED Big money mmlo
(Illicitly selling our advertising pencils;
they sell at sight; write for territory iiiul
particulars. U. S. Pencil Co., Chli-asm.
(9) 121 lx
WANTED First-class general agents for
latest Inverted gas light burner; the most
perfect light ever inven'ed; it t't i fit-in 1 or
natural gas alike; exclusive territory;
send 2-eent stamp for Information. An
thony Wind Mfg. Co., 75 Iitlirop SI.. Buf
falo, N. Y. (91120 lx
SALESMEN make 500 per cent profit sell
ing our "Holiday Specialties" to mer
chants! enormous demand for them; no
experience required: catlaogue free. Sul
livan Co., 4o W. Van Huron St.. Chicago.
III. (9-H9 lx
Clerical anil Office.
CREDIT man for largo wholesale hous,
Bookkeeper for grain firm. S5-$lii0.
Salesman (stationery i, ,75-8100.
Experienced blller (Smilli-l'ronilcr), MR.
Stenographer, single and of neat appear
Ledger clerk, experienced, iiO-JiS.
Salesman (stocks and bonds). 20 per week.
Two coal salesmen, only experienced need
apply. Salary according to ability.
Collector, young man who knows city. 840.
Experienced hardware mm to uct as man
ager of the retail department, 1,200.
Furniture salesman to retail trade, 70.
Stenographer, one year's experience, '0.
We can ALWAYS place coms-tent men.
If you are experienced In any commercial
llr.e. see or write us AT OXC1-1
CO-OPKRATIVM REFERENCE- CO.,
673-75-77 Brandels Bldg.
CREDIT MAN. wholesale house, opisir
lunity to become, secretary, I'd.
Bookkeeper and estimator, lumber. IS.
Sietiogr tpher who is experienced book
Ch-rk. familiar with sails ar.d clothing, $12.
Furniture and carpet salesman, -'0 per
Thro:- watchmakers, 12 to 30 per week.
German speaking clerk for country, 50.
I ( o. lector. South Omaha, 4.i.
I City salesman. 20 p:T week.
' Spei-laltv salesman, staple line, good com-
- Sah sruan. familiar with cigar and liquor
1 trade. German preferred, 75 und ejf-
! Soap salesman, 100 straight salary.
1 CaP or wilte for a complete list.
. WESTERN REF. & HON!) ASS'N, INC.,
Suite 721, N. Y. Life Bldg.
' Rank keeper
i Stenographers, 50, S60 and
; Stenographer and bookkeeper r-o
Claim cleik S')
Three office clerks, 00 and 65
I Insurance solicitor V5
I If out of a position or seeking betterment,
I cail and si e us.
I THE CANO AGENCY, 432 Hee Bldg.
1 (91 M221 1
DRUG CLERK S position.
Knic-Bt. N. Y.
WANTED Male student stenographers.
Is to 22 years of age, to train in general
railroad accounting and stenography; ex-
' perlenee unnecessary. Call on General
Storekeeper U. P. it. R. Co.
Factory nnd Trades.
WANTED Twenty union bricklayers, at
once. VVickliam Bros., 19 Scott St.,
Council Bluffs, la. (9 MS37 12x
WANTED Stencil cutter for brss sten
cils, will pay the highest wages. Good,
steady employment to capable and re
liable men. Address Scliwaab Slump and
Seal Co., Milwaukee, Wis. (9) A1920 2
WANTED Men to learn barber trade. Tho
demand for barbers greater than supply.
- Graduates earn splendid p ty. Tools given,
wagea Saturdays, few weeks completes.
Call or write for free catalogue. Moler
Barber college, 110 8. 14th St.
() M922 6x
LEARN the plating business: make (I per
hour. Write for particulars. H. E.
Rather, 2028 Summit St., Kansas City. Mo.
(9 lhi lx
WANTED For U. S. army, able-bodied,
unmarried men between ages of IS and
35. citizens of United Stales, cf good
character and temperate habits, who t-uii
speak, lead and write English. For in
formation apply to recrullli.g officer, Uih,
and Douglas Sis., Omaha, Nib.
, 9) 5SS
RAILWAY mall clerk, postofflce clerks,
carriers wanted; examinations here No
vember 18: preparation free. Franklin lit-t-lltuie.
Dept. 126, Rochester. N. Y.
FREE employment Dipt; Business Men'it
Aus'n; no fees. Call 525 N. Y. Life Bldg.
WANTED Man to cure for a cow 4.12 S.
Jul h Ave. ( M861 1
I WANT to talk to a good, capable man
from 26 to 35, who can devote two in
tnrc-e evenings u week to work thai will
double his income. Lock Box ii"8. Omanu,
Neb. (9I-MS6S 1
A SPLENDID opening for live ad writer
who tan Invest few hundred dollars wit it
services lu known company artisis and
ad design -is. Reply promptly. R. fei
eneea. I enforii-llr an Co.. .': 9-31U Com
monwealth UIiIk , Denver, Colo.
MEN WANTED quicklv by b'g Chleagii
mail ortfer house 10 distribute i-atalngiies,
am tills.-. .'5 weekly: I ti exneiiHo allow
ance. Manager l-i 3o. 35 Wabash Ave.,
Chicago. PH -.M164 lx
GOVERNMENT positions, thanes never
belter lo secure one of llioiiMitid of ap
pointments to be lotie. Fu'l pwrtiiulais
as lo salaries, (misii Ions, dates of exami
nations lu Omaha, sample queatloiis. el -.,
Scnl free by 2.11 Nallunal 1 01 resiMnd-n(.
luslitute, WuslllllgluU, Li. C.
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