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The Real Estate and Want -Ad Guide To All of Greater Omaha
OMAA, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1917.
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DEATHS & FUNERAL NOTICES.
WILLIAMS Mary K-. aged 83 years 3
months 1 day, February S," 1017, widow of
the late William W. Williams.
Funeral Sunday afternoon at 2:20 from
N. P. Swa'nson's chapel, Seventeenth and
Cuming streets. Intecment West Lawn
HAULER W. S., formerly of this City, died
at Chicago, January 31.
Funeral services will be held Sunday,
February 4, at 3 o'clock at Hutse eVRle-
pens chapel, 701 a. lfitn st rnenas wel
come. Interment Forest Lawn cemetery.
SCHROEDER Norman F. Suddenly at
Cromwell, la., February 2, 1017.
Funeral notice later.
CARD OF THANKS. '
WE wish to thank our many friends and
neighbors for the kindness shown us dur
ing the Illness and death of our beloved
mother, and also for the beautiful floral
offerings. - -
MISSES RUBY, AGNES, MYRTLE;
CHARLEY AND HARY BATY.
BEST QUALITY CUT FLOWERS or
plants. Art combinations shipped every
where. Excellent service to our custom
ers In past years recommends. HEHS &
BWOBODA, 1418 Farnam St. Dong. 1601.
LARGEST 'ASSORTMENT of fresh flowers,
delivered or shipped anywhere. L. HEN-
D E RSON. 151 9 Farnam St. Doug, lzas.
LEE L, LARMON
1814 Douglas St.
frARKER Flower Bhop. 411 S. Uth. D. 31
A- DOXAGHUg. 1S22 Harney. Doug. lOOlJ
BATH, National Florist, 1804 Farnam St.
HULSB A RIEPEN, undertaker, and em
balm, 78. UthtfflaUa
lTJFFT & lOHrVsTON, embalmer. and fo
neral directors. 717 S. 16th 8t. Tyler 1676.
A Free Legal Bureau .
)B maintained by THE BOARD. OF PUB
LIC WELFARE In the CHI HALL.
. NEEDY men and women may have
FREE LEGAL ADVICE and ASSIST
ANCE by applying for same
Hours 3 to 6, except Saturday.
s Phone Dong. 3181.
Members of Nebraska Lodge, No. 1,
A. F. & A. M., are requested to assemble
at Masonic Temple at 2 o'clock p. m.,
Sunday, February 4, 1917, to attend the
funeral service of our late sojourning
brother, W. 8. Haller. Service at Hulae
A Rlepen's chapel at 3 o'clock. Friends in
vited. Carl W. Bradway, Worshipful Mas
ter; Frank Wilcox, Secretary.
MEMBERS of B. A M. camp No. 946, M.
W. A., will eleot delegates to the county
convention Tuesday evening, February 6.
All members who are Interested In the
welfare of the society should attend. ..Re
freshments will be served.
I CROUNSE HALL.
Opposite postofflce. New halt for lodge
meetings and dances. Excellent floor.
YOUNG A DOHERTY.
222 Brandes Theater Bldg. Doug. 157L
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Births Reno and Pearl Rosedneld, 363
.South Twenty-eighth, girl; Wirt and Za
denka Thompson, 2305 South Thirty-third,
boy; Samuel and Mary Vanci, 4200 Hlme
baugh avenue, grlrl; Knut and Wandla
Lundberg. 2207 South Seventeenth, boy;
James A. and Joy B. Knolls, 418 Sweet-
- wood avenue, boy; James V. and Helen F.
Lindsay, 3227 Burt, boy; Nick and Theresa
Sanko, 4911. North Fourteenth avenue, boy;
George and Daisy Baldwin, 6602 Woolworth
avenue, boy; Glenn H. and Byrd O. Tallman,
4007 North Twenty-fifth, girl; Jack and
Zellah Larsen, 3814 Woolwsrth avenue, girl;
John R. and Anna Brown, 2022 California,
girl; Frank L. and Adele Johanson, 2681
Pratt, girl; Fred F- and Cleophas Brighten
burg, 2512 Chicago, girl; Henry and Laura
Jorgensen, 3507 North Thirteenth, boy;
4 William C. and Cecilia Bentley, 4218 Cum
ing, boy; Bryant C. And Katherlne Rogers,
2902 opplelon avenue, girl. . '
Deaths Payton Brooks, 60, 3204 Plnkney:
Lena M. Kemp,; 32, 3114 North Fifty-sixth
avenoe; Robert F. Phelan, 7 months. Flor
ence; Rueben Denning, 60, 311 South Thirty
sixth; Emm O. Field, 63, 126 South Thlr-
' ty-nrst; J. Httdebran, 32, hospital; Clarence
E. Miller, 2442 South Fifteenth; '
' MARRIAGE LICENSES. v
Permits to wed have been issued to the
"Name . ndResldenoe. Age.
Karl O. AbOott, Omaha.' 23
Ethel H. Bass, Broken Bow, Neb 21
Jessie Williams, Omaha .'.T. ... 51
Ethel Hawkins, Omaha 42
Oustav H. Saunders, Omaha 24
Irene Bobsln, Omaha, 21
ZF you lose anything and will advertise It
here, you will surely recover It It found
1 by an honest person. Remarkable recov
eries are brought about every day through
THE HONEST WAT, If yon And something
of value, or a keepsake of value only to
the owner, is to Insert a small ad. The
owner of the article In most eases is will
Ing to refund the cost of advertising.
LOST braii 1 1 purse containing bills and
. money order at Gayety. Return 2305 Farnam-
OMAHA A COUNCIL BLUFFS 8TKEET
Persons hiving lost some article would
do well to call up the office of the Omaha
A Council Bluffs Street Railway company
to ascertain whether they left It In the
Many articles each' day are turned la
and the company Is anxious to restore
them to the rightful owners. 'Hll
v THE GREATEST OAIN (1,711
Xn paid want-ada ever mad br any
Omaha paper, Is the record of TUB
OMAHA BEE for ltlt.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATH -'
LOST, two diamond rings In plush box, be
tween Carter Lake club and down town.
$25 reward If returned to Ed holm's jewelry
LOST Brown Boston bull terrier, white
breast and left eye; wearing 2 -Inch collar
with brass buttons. Reward. 2561 Leaven -worth.
LOST Saturday afternoon, near Auditor
ium, lady's goM hunting-case watch; Ini
tials "E. L" Reward. Notify A. J. Jack
son, 17th and Leavenworth Sts.
FOUND - "nltaVy
JJlXJ sod Fountain.
GREEN'S PHARMACY. 16th sndHowrtt
LOST Knit handbag containing Insurance
policy and bank book. Phone South 2019.
FOUND A diamond
ring, describe fully.
AdiVess BOX 45. Bee.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
garniture and Household Goods.
ECONOMY SALE By purchasing your fur
niture where your money goes the far
thest. Our goods are rare bargains ajt the
prices we quote. Don't take our word, all
we ask Is that you come and see. The
STATE FURNITURE CO., 14th and Dodge
StS. Douglas 1317.
MONEY RAISING SALE.
$5,000 stock of furniture, rugs, linoleum,
sll kinds of bedding, complete line of
house furnishings, 1839-1847 N. 24th. TeL
Web. 1807. Opeii 7:20 a. m. till 11 p. m.
RUGS MADE FROM CARPETS.
WRITE for illustrated folder of rugs, made
from carpets. Freight paid. Lincoln Rug
Factory, Lincoln, Neb.
ONE pjano, 1 sewing machine, 1 leather
baby cart, 2 large beds, 1 baby bed, 1
kitchen table, 1 sanitary' couch. Phone
COMPLETE furnishings of 3-room apt. In
. mahogany and fumed oak, used 2 months.
Sell as a whole. Apt can be rented.
.. Web. 6034 and 3102.
DINTNG table and chairs, davenette suite,
library table, bedroom furniture, line rugs,
beautiful player-piano; must sell quick.
STOVES, ALL KINDS. Bee us flrstrprlces
right. City Furniture Co., 107 8. 14th.
Loyal Furniture Co., 223 N. 16th St.
GOOD opportauity for quick buyer. New
furniture of three rooms. Apply No. J,
Bt. Claire Apt., 25th and JHarney.
HIGH class furniture, alPklnds for sale.
Phone or call Fleming, care The Gordon
Van Co., Douglas 394.
MAJESTIC range for "sale; nearly new; no
second hand dealers need apply. Phone
. SEWING MACHINES
We rent, repair, sell needles and parts
of all sowing machines.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
16th' and Harney Sts. Doug. 1662.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
FOR SALE Beaver and etter fur overcoat";
otter collar and cuffs; 12 plucked beavers,
dark vcolor and all matched, northern
skins; satin lined; large sine; extra long.
Sam F. Gogs. Box 343. Atlantic. Is.
NEARLY new $460 .Schmoller A Mueller
- piano; price 1200. 6619 S. 23d St. Phone S.
FLAYER-PIANO, high grade, reliable make,
fine tone,-excellent construction. Colonial
- style; cheap for quick sale. 2214 Evans.
Clothing. Furs, Etc.
BUFFALO COAT with storm collar, In good
conamon, worm sib; will sell very cheap.
isouEias uia. 1
Billiards and Pocket tables.
FOR SALE BILLIARD TABLES. Brand
new, carom and pocket, with complete
outfit, 160; second-hand, tables at re
duced prices: bowling alleys and buddUss:
easy payments. Cigar store fixtures a
specially. Send for catalogue. TRd
BRUNSWICK-BALK E-COLLENDER CO.,
407-409 South 10th St.
Typewriters and Supplies.
NEW machines sold the same as rent S3
per month. See us before you buy or
rent Shipped any place on ten days'
free trial. Butts' Typewriter Exchange,
410 S. lth St., Omaha, Neb.
TYPEWRITERS sold, rented and repaired.
Rent an Oliver typewriter 3 months for
$5. Central Typewriting Exchange, 1906
REMINGTONS, Monarchs and Smith Pre
miers for rent; sent anywhere. Remington
Typewriting company. D. 1286.
GUARANTEED typrUers, $10 up. Write
for list. Midland Typ. Co., Bee Bldg.
NEWLY rebuilt No. 10 Remington type-
writer. 137.60. Call Walnut 361.
Printing and Office Supplies.
COMMERCIAL Duplicating Co., also public
Steno. Phone for prices. Douglas 2801.
640 Paston Blk.
GET our prices on Job printing.
UNITED STATES PRINTING CO..
Bee Bldg. Douglas 1173.
WATERS- BARNH ARDT Ptg. Co., quality
printing. Tel. Doug., 2190. 524 S. 13th 8L
Machinery and Engines. f
NEW AND SECONDHAND MOTORS.
JSJU'ERT ELECTRICIANS AND
LB BRON ELECTRICAL WORKS,
aia-zu bo. istn at., umaha.
ONE woodworking power machine. Rip and
cut on oonng ufvao joints, nearly -new.
Call or write 1126 8. 28th St.
BOILERS, steam, electric, gas engines.
pipes uross w reciting uo JUf Cuming.
Harness. Saddles, Traveling Goods
WE MAKE them ourselves, and sell direct
to consumer, no middle man s profit. Why
pay two profits for inferior goods when
you can get high-grade goods at first
ALFRED CORNISH A CO
1210 Farnam St.. Omaha. Neb.
Nur8erie8,J5eeds and Plants.
ALL FOR 20e POST PAID.
9. 6c packets of seeds, I Icicle Radish t
Grand Rapids Lettuce, 2 Early Beets, S
Stone Tomatoes. Rush your order. O. P.
Conklln. Fremont, Neb.-,'
TO- BE moved off lot as soon as possible.
two ana o-room irame cottages; must
be sold Immediately; no reasonable offer
refused. Call F. L. Heyn, Haney 1735,
Sunday ,or evenings;' Douglas 746 week
days. ' . N
OMAHA PILLOW CO, Felt and hair mat-
tresseh made over in new ticks at half
the price of new ones. All your o-wo
feathers back whan we renovate.
1907 Cuming St. ' Douglas 2467, '
FOR SALE Barnes Lathe with 10-foot bed,
fully equipped and Little Giant 50 -pound
Trip Hammer. Cheap for cash, if taken
at once, James Buck, Shelton, Neb.
ONE FAIRBANKS .scale, uipaclty 36 lbs..
lumunRD wiifl extra targe size scoop;
espsclaily adapted for weighing infanta;
practically new. Telephone Walnut 1222.
DESKS, safes scales. Showcases, shelving,
. etc. We buy, sell. Omaha Flxturs and
Supply Co:, 414-16-18 8. Uth. Doug. 2724.
BARBER chair, manicure table, 67chaIrsTi-
gallon water heat. Alt new. 1476 Plnk
ney St. Webster 902.
2 GOOD feather beds, one chicken feather,
1 goose leathers; less than cost. Doug.
ONE iron stand and 80 Job type cases,
cneap. u. o. rrinuns; uo.
DRY kInDLTNO WOOL! ACME
BOX COMPANY. HARNEY U37.
FOR SALE 1,000 bushels Early Ohio po
tatoes, uenson owj-j.
BUFR ORPINGTON EGGS, II sotting.
L C. SMITH typewriter, almost new. Call
CADET suit, cap and macklnaw, 16-year
SALT, $4.76 bol. A. W. Wagner! 801 N. 16th.
IF YOU HAVE some article 'that has out
lived Its usefulness to you, make np a
little aa ana run it in this column at lc
per word. You will be more than pleased
with the remarkable offerings you will
receive. One or two Insertions In nesrly all
cases are sumcient to get wnat you want.
TRY IT TODAY.
HAVE a 4-cartrldge , kodak, 4x6, In fine
shape -with carrying case, extra baclr for
plates and two plats holders; will trade
for nice Jersey or Holsteln heifer calf, or
will Sell for 910. Clark Lort, Auburn,
HAVE n International truck In good run
ning order; also a fine marine engine
suitable for a motor boat. Can use
Vlctrola. motorcycle, or what have you?
Box ni.7, Boe.
HAVE TWO fine South Omaha building tots
on paving which I will trade for anything
1 can use. Will trade one or both. Box
THE GREATEST GAIN 66,718
in uald want-ads ever made by any
Omaha paper, 1 the record of THEr
OMAHA FEB for 1916.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE-
WE swap or buy kodaks; films developed
free; one-day serviea. Kas Kodak
Studio. Neville Blk.. 16th and Harney.
RARE old violin, worth 1150, to swap for
cornet of standard make. Must be in nrst
class condition. Box 371, Bee. t
A LITTLE AD in this column will bring
about some remarkable exr-bsngas.
EQUITY in two lots, 40th and Spencer, for
Ford. Walnut 2242.
WILL sell my Huntington piano, or trade
for diamond; state evening mottt conveni
pnt to see me. Box 1122, Bee.
WHAT haveyou to trade on a practically
new latest model Singer Sewing machine!
- Box 334. Bep. ,
Wanted to buy.
WANTED To purchase, old books of all
description, large or small collections;
no matter what you have, send postal and
buyers will call and pay cash, city or
country. Box 725. Bee. .
GUTTMAN STVJSffiS. ISZ
Clothes, Pianos Office- Furniture, Trunks,
Shoes. Douglas 3971. Res., Webster 4204.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks, used desks, bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed, 1207 Farnam. JP. 6146.
WANTED Old false teeth. Don't matter If
broken, I pay $1 to $fi per set. Mall to
L. Mazer, 3007 8. Fifth St., Philadelphia,
Pa. Will send cash ' by return jmail.
TTWXfTMQ- Pay" blghest price for
d rj-lN JYliN O clothes, shoes, trunks,
etc. Red 3297. Res., Douglas 6g2.
ROrHMAM Pys full value for furniture,
all kinds Aniens cli D. 536R.
ONE "CRETOUS' corn popper In good live
town. Tel. Colfax 2933 or Box 273. Bee.
25 RIPPING good cards 10 cents, postpaid,
send todav. Hurley Specialty, Box 73,
. Madlsen, Wis.
E. Ar DWORAK, C P. A.
63S Ramge Bldg. Phone Dong. 2169.
Brass and Iron Foundries.
Paxton-Mltchell Co., 27th and Martha Sts.
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY, 213 N. 16TH
BRANCHES PUBLIC MARKET AND
OUR MOTTO "BETTER BAKED GOODS."
CAKES, pastry and fancy bakery goods
supplied to parties, lodges and entertain
ments. Z. H. Reader, 1506 N. 18th. W. 3927.
ELECTRIC TURKISH BATHS.
The only absolutely sanitary bath.
Highly recommended by physicians. Staats
Institute, 1608 Harney St. D. 7097. Open
evenings and Sundays.
DR. BENDA Sulphur, steam,, Modern Turk
ish BATHS AND MASSAGE. Private
apartments for ladles, with lady attend
ants. 1919 Farnam. Phone Doug. 6877.
RITTENHOU3E sanitarium; all kinds baths.
210-214 Balrd Blk., 17th and Douglas.
German nurse, massage, baths of all kinds.
228 Neville Block, 16tb and Harney.
Carpenters and Contractors.
LES3ARD & SON, 2021 Cuming. Tyler 1633.
Carrie J. Burford, 620 Paxton Blk. Red 4657.
Drs. Johnston, 1325 W. O. W. Bldg. D. 6629.
Chiropractic andSpinal Adjustment
Dr. Burhorn, Rose Bldg.
Palmer school graduate. Doug. 6347.
Df. J. C. Lawrence,' BairdBldg. D. 8461.
Dr. Frances Dawson, 502-3 Rosb Bid. T. 2366.
DrsS. H LTBllHnVnam" jeighTonBlk. D.7608
13 ALL TUBS-
SAT., SUN. EVE. SCHOOL
MON. EVB. in s. 18th St., Op. Fontenelle.
i . ( Dentists. 3
Dr. Bradbury.'' No pain.. 9.12 W. O. W. Bldg.
Taft's Dent Rma., 306 Rosa Bldg. D. 2186.
Private detective, evidence secured, all cases,
' strictly confidential. Gov, ref. Flo. 646.
JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured in all cases. Tyler 1136.
Interstate Detective Ass'n, 432 Ramge Bldg.
Exp, dreasm'h'r. wk. private fam. H..4066.
Sewing by'ttay. 1823 IciistWetat!ir'2fc2
Mr-t R. A. Connelly, 200 Balrd Bldg. D. 2706.
Terry Dressmak'g Co., 20th and Farnam.
LADIES' suits remodeled. DouVlas4ioY
SEWING DAY OR WEEK. TYLER"i3T
Superfluous hair removed by electricity; nee
dle work guar'nt'd. Miss AJlender, 624 Bes.
- Everything for Women.
ACCORDION, side, knife, sunburst, btT
pleating, covered buttons, all sizes and
styles, hemstitching, picot edging, em
broidery, beading, braiding, cording, eye
let cut work, buttonholes, pennants.
IDEAL BUTTON AND PLEATING CO.,
200 Douglas Blk. Douglas 1036.
VAN ARMAN Dress Pleating and Button
Co., 336-7 Paxton Blk. Doug. 3109. Accor
dion, knife, side, space, box, sunburst and
combination pleating, hemstitching, picot
edging, pinking, niching, covering but
tons, all styles and all sises. Price list free.
ACCORDION, Side, Knife, Bbx Pleating.
Cov: Buttons. Hemstitching. NVb. Pleating
and Button Co.. 431-2 Paxton Blk. R. 4942.
ELECTRIC REPAIR, phone us your troubles.
New Automobile Lamp Co. Dou. 3334.
Fixtures and Wiring.
TVTTft iVTM Electric washing machines.
A U IbXYljLY cctrlc Irons and reading
lamps. 2222 Cuming St. Douglas 2610.
Furnace Cleaning. ,
BORNE MAN, fur., chlm. cleaning. pT 723$.
t Hair Dressing.
IDEAL Hair Parlors, 207 Balrd Bid Manl
curlng. toilet- articles. Douglas 6186.
BANKERS LIFE OF LINCOLN.
013-14 City Nstl. Bank Bldg. 1 Doug. Mlt.
a job Printing.
GATS' CITT Printing Co., hlgh-grasle priaA-
Ing. 2621 N. 24th. Phohe Web. 1607,
SWEDISH and muscular iwssssge, electric
treatment of all kinds. y Staats Institute,
1606 Harney St. Douglas 7097. Open ev
enings and Sundays. "
Massage, chiropody. Minnie Nagle, 206-14
Balrd Bldg., 17th ft Douglas. D. 3466.
MISS LILLY Massage, baths. 1322 FarTi;m.
DR. M. PRTOR, M. T rheumatic specialist.
Office 14-16 Patterson block, 17th and
Farnam Sts. Phone Douglas 6824.
PA-TENTS procured, bought and sold. Inter
nationa) Patent Co., (83 Brandels. D. 9691.
'Painting and Paper Jfanging.
PAiNTINcT and cleaning, 60o per roomTand
up. We clean carpets In your home with
out removing same, $1 per rug and up.
CAL1 Charles Roadh for paper hanging and
Interior decorating. Douglas 3390.
Pianos for Rent.
18.60 per mo. A. Hospe Co., 161S Douglas.
TUa',l i. ......
LARGEST stack of -costumes for theatricals
, and masquerades In the country for sale
or rent. Lie ben A Son. 1614 Howad.
THEATRIC A LownsT fulf dress sulU.Tor
rent 204 N. 17th. John Pel d man. D. 3138.
Omaha Towel Supply. 20 S. 11th. D. 631.
WEDDING announcements and printing.
Douglas Prln ting Co. Tel. Doug. 144.
EAT HOME COOKED MEALS
NKW PKMCATKSBBN, H0 K A UN AM
OMAHA, NKB. (M.rvlc), LINCOLN, XKB.
Sit H. llth 81. 132 8 13th St.
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This statement has now been verified.
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Our leases follow the trend of oil from
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CertfncafVn In 30 days, and also thousands
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Interest In proven leases we own, and all
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Prices of membership wilt, be advanced
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Invoices $2,600. Store will be open Tubs
day morning, February, until sale.
Right to reject any and all bids Is re
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601 Trimble Building, Hloux City. Iowa.
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est -circulation in America. It Bhows
how $100 grows to $2,200; wrl.'e now atid
J' II send It six months free. II. L. Bar
beyt64, 22 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago.
THAT PROTECT AND PAT.
BOOKS AND ADVICE FREE.
Send sketch or model for search.
Highest references. Best results.
Watson E. Coleman ft"
24 P St.. N. W., WASH1NOTOS. D. C.
I MERCHANTS! Do you want biulnaea
hulldereT If flo, write lor date. Better
still, Wire us our expense.
I. H. ROTCB CO.,
, - KANSAS CITT, MO.
WANTED Capable, trustworthy man with
ti,00tl cash i and upward, for permanent
' position with established company, to openJ
exceptional opportunity, safe Investment,
large profits; endorsed by . bent bankers
and business men; good for $600 a month
-and better for the right man, with ex
cellent future. Box T-820, Bee,
WE CAN PROVE TOYOU
--That we have ope of the best paying
cash grocery and meat stores in Omaha,
and no delivery to -make; a nice, clean
stock, trood fixtures snd a first class trade.
Price only $1,200, $500 cash, balance to
BIG 4 REALTY CO.
1016-16 W. O. W. Btdg. D. 148$.
'f'OREIGN manufacturer wants represents
tlve; burop,n factory closed account war;
now manufacturing In Chicago; patented
specialty, sells to merchants, manufactur
ers; tremendous European success; new In
America: $600 to $1,600 capital necessary;
exclusive territory allotted. Scott Mfg. Co.,
123 W. Madison St.. Chicago.;
HERE'S A SHOW FOR YOU.
Motns show; tn live lows town, doing
a large business. Well equipped; French
plate grill screen. Owner must sell. Make
your own offer.
MOVIE SHOW DEPARTMENT.
420 Rosa Building. Tyler 768.
' OMAHA MOVIE SHOWS
Have 4 good paying movie shows, S su
burban and 2 downtown, with best of
equipment ; box office checking,. Movie
show buyers Investigate these,
. MOVIE SHOW DEPARTMENT,
420 Rose Bldg. Tyler 763.
CHOICE corner store for rent, 16th ind
Wirt, suitable for grocery, hardware,
NEW, good and Ifgbt; excellent location.
Call us tor appointment.'
OMAHA'S LARGEST RENTAL AGENCY,
Hastings A Hey den, 1614 Harney. Tyler 60.
ONE of the liveliest grocery stores In "the
city for sale; never changed hstids before;
this place does a large buslnoss of sev
eral thousand dollars a month.' Fsr full
OA NO EST AD,
Suite 422.' Bee Bldg. D. 3477.
FURNITURE and lease of a 24-rssm hoteX
live Nebraska town; 6-yr. lease; cheap
rent. Sell or exchange for picture show,
GANG EST AD,
Suite 422. Beo Bldg. I. 8477.
lrURNVfim's and lease of a 66-mora mod.
em hotel; full hmiss all the time. Price
$.1,000; cash; bal. easy.
GANG EST AD,
Suite 422, Bee Bldg. t. 2477.
cent until you rearl Successful Finance and
learn how fortunes are made and lost by
Investors; free trial subscription. Success -ful
Finance, 640 Federal St., Chicago, HI
THK OHUATaW' GAIN 6S.IH
In pskj wsnt-sds svsr mads by any
Omsbs paper. Is tbs rsnerv of iTHU
OMAHA BKE for 1114. ,
BEST KKiU l.TS- ( OWKST RATE
$100,000 MANUFACTURING corporation
v wants capable man to manage office and
salesmen. Possibilities unlimited. From
$300 to $70T cspltal necessary. Ton
handle own money. Will pay expenses to
Chicago If you are man we want. Uocrs
tary, M12 Republic Bldg, Chicago.
HIGHEST SPOT CASH PAID for stores and
stocks of merchandise. In city sr oountry,
OMAHA 8 ALT AOS CO.,
760 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.,
Tel. Douglas 1632.
OOOD Bl'SINB8S OPENINGS
On tha. South SW., if fur ln, are real'
nliabln in price and are worth while, you
iney he aure are Hated exclusively with the
BOUTU OMAHA 1NVKSTMBNT CO..
4,28 8. 34th St. Phone titiuth' 1347.
A GROUP of eastern capltatlxla will finance
large enterprise upon a rrlnerhtp bsnltt.
We ar. principal, and will deal only with
principals. A. W. Lynch, ( Wall St., New
For sale, doing good business, $300 cash
will handle. Oood opening. Nebraska
Telegraph Vol lege, Lincoln. Neb.
FOR HALBRestaurant. confectionery-and
rooms. Established U9G; fine huplne, a
good opening for a live wire. Address O.
M. Dlschner, Qarretson, S. D.
BROAD minded lady or gentlemen to con
nect with an honorable and lucrative busi
ness enterprise without competition. Some
Invent nu. nt required. Hrlght future. In
vestlgate. Box 417, Bee,
FOR HALE, only drug store western Ne
braska town, population 400; main line
Union Pacific; sales $10,000, Invoke
a round $4,000. Box Y S2. Men.
FOR SALR-dood, clean stock of hard
wars; lire town, central Nebraska. Oood
reason for selling. Be quick. Address
T 267. Bes.
CHICAOO AOENt'f Want to represent
manufacturer; prefer srtlcle or line sold
to drug or grocery trade; highest refer
ences. J. P. Trelease, 103 Schiller llldg.,
FOR E A F. f60 0
cultivation, well Improved and stocked, no
tradea. For particulars, Hobert T. Holmes,
1603 Ia Fayette Ave.. Mattoon, Ul.
To OET in "or "out" of business In'SOVTH
, QMAHA call at SOUTH OMAHA INVEST
MENT CO. .
41116 S. 24th. - Houlh. 1347.
FOR HALE A profltsble'milllnery" business
In a town of about 400, no competition.
Fine country trade. Reasonable rent.
Write, una B. Kuse, Cook.JJeb.
WANTED- Salesmen who' will make Invest
ment with established Omaha concern
Jobbing lubricating oils and greases. Ap
ply 678 Brandels Bldg.
LOCATION Information regarding a fins
location In Neb., can be had by address
ing Box T 606, Bee.
MOTION picture machines (new and re
built), theaters, supplied. Omaha Film
Exchange, 108 S. 14tn St
COMPLETE fixtures of 3-chalr barber shop,
very reasonable. Miller Hotel, South
Omaha. Phone South 183.
WE BUT, we sell motion picture theaters,
machines, feature films. Co-operative
Film and Supply Co.. 210 Btomley Bldg.
FOR SALE Owing to severe stokness my
drug stock for sale at a big sacrifice.
Kckermap, 24th and A ts.Phone S! 611.
FOR SALE CHEAP.""6ne bowling "alleys
In good order. For Information write H.
Alvenktei, Vail, la.
WILLIAMS, established 31 years. To buy
or sell business see him. 411 McCague
L Bldg.Refernce U. S. National Bank.
DOWD Sale and Auction Co., 'Omaha, have
closed out more mdse. stocks than any
other Arm In U. 8. Write for terms.
ted In live Colorado town. 1633 S.JSth
Ht. Phone Harney 4719. ,
IF TOU want to seiT or buy" "a "business or
rooming house call on Busrh A Borghoff.
730 -World-Herald Bldg. Phone D. 331S.
8TATE proposition for suto accessory; you
can't help but make money. Calhoun, 1619
TO OET In or out of business cell on
OA NO EST AD. i433 Bee Bldr Jjoug. 9477,
GUARANTY PLAN ; get IrT'sr out business!
All states. F. V. Knlest. Bee, Bldg., Qmshs.
25-ROOM hotel for sale or trade. Box Y 826,
WANT Job printing plant to move to smell
town. Canan, McCague Bldg.
PROFITABLE ff Ice business, cheep" small
capital required; Investigate. Red 6790.
DRT CLE'ANINQbUHii.fHS, doing $2,000 a
year; can be doubled: cheap for cash.
Address Pantorlum, Button, Neb. f
MILLINERY "shop for sale; good line of
spring hats lo start season, owner hss
other Interests. Box 374 Bee.
GOOD opening for the second drug store
corner building, A splendid location. Ad
dress O. M. Dlschner, Garretson, S. D.
Theqe are both good locations for room
ing houses. Will make 1 lo 3-year leases.
Rental is reasonable:
2620 Capitol Ave.,. 17 rooms, modern.
2311 8. 13th St., 14 rooms, modern.
CREIGH, SONS & COMPANY,
.OR Bee Bldg.
Twelve-room mod. close in rooming
Kountse Place, I block to S4tb St car
line, for two families; 6 rooms each.' Hot
water heat. Strictly modern, $66.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE 00M
1018 Omaha .Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 2716
Rooming house sacrifice, 7 rooms, well
furnished, strictly modern," close In; best
of furniture. For quick sale, $460,
420 Rose Bldg. Tyler 753. Tyler 24S7.
18-R.,'1918 Emmet, can be sub-rented lnlo 4
apartments, good chance for some one to
make money; $40.
Hastings A Heyden lJHHarney. TyTtO
ROOMING HOUSES, 'all sixes, greftt bar
gains 419 Rose Bldg. Phone Tyler 1467.
WEEKLY RATE, !tvo PER LINE.
Business ads, rsguJar rates:
t lines one week 49o
t lines one week ,,,..69e
Esch extra line. ........... .30s per week
MARRIED MAN wants employment as farm
manager in Nebraska; farmed In Kansas,
also Illinois; confident I can give good
service; references furnished; good wages
expected; write particulars. C C. Car
mack. Salem, Ind.
MARRIED man wants Job In blacksmith
shop; year around, allaround man, age
26. No. booxer. Writs P. O. Box 7, Cali
fornia Jet, la. -
. THE GREATEST OAIN 41, T 36
fn paid want-ads ever made by any
Omaha paper, Is the record of THB
OMAHA BEE for 1916.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE -
WAN'iPos'lOon as chef or steward;
prefer Institution of any kind; sober; gilt
edge references. Chaster C. Desmond, 1628
Thlrd St, CouncllAtlulTs, la. Tel. 2481.
EXPERIENCED salesman wishes position.
Will furnish car. Can furnish the best
references. My past success as salesman
will Interest you.Box Y 633, Bee. .
Touno man who has had four years' of
flce and banking experience, wishes a
position tn a bank. Can give first-class
reference. Write Boc Y 834, care of Bee.
WANTED Werk HmalTMowlfeorr the
farm or to run farm on shares: aged 26
yesrs. Bex 173, Douglas, Neb.
MAN wants place to work for room and
board and small pay. Carl S. Kroaes,
2012 Charles St.
INSIDE work, middle-aged man; handy
with tools or mschlnery. Web. 6210.
FTRST 'LAHS butcher wan tsst easy posl
tlon. References furnished. . Harney 3963.
WANTED To manage a farm, married, can
give references. Box 142, Herman, Neb.
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper desires work
for spare time; books posted, audited, etc.
Address )sx 1143, Bee.
ASHES or all kinds of hauling. Tyler 3649.
LADY, middle aged, desires to go to Cali
fornia as housekeeper, nurse or compan
ion; no remuneration except transporta
tion. Address Mrs, JM 111 W. Orsnt St.
THB BEE charge for "Situation ads" Is
lower titan any other form of advertising
not enough to cover tns cost ol printing.
EXFERIKNtTED colored woman wants nay
work Monday s and Tuesday's. Web., 292L
RELIABLE colored woman wants bundle
washing or dy work. Douglas 7469.
COIjORED woman wants cooking In board
ing houM or day work. Red 6396. j
COLORED girl wants housework or cham
bermaid. Oood references, Web, 1629.
WANTED work, mornings and evenings (or
board and room. Web. 182.
PRACTICAL nurse wants position; house
work also. Harney 4994.
PRACTICAL nurse, middle aged, woman.
Col. lf.9l. ... . r
I EXPERIENCED woman wishes day work of
any hind. Douglas 6130.
A-NO. l cook wauls position, colored. Phone
Harney 2694. v
Laundry and Iay Work.
LADIES' and gentlemen's bundle washing,
7c a garment; rates, 64c doten; union
suits, 16c; shirts and waists, 5o to 36c;
h nderchtefs, 3c ; socks, 3c ; ties, 2 to
6c. No bundle less than 60c, Rough
"dry. 40c doxen. Web. 3SM.
FOR experienced bundle washing,, call Web
ster 1677. Prompt delivery.
WANTED Bundle washing, specialty made
of silks; also fine underwear. Web. 14J(3.
RELIABLE colored woman wants day work.
Phone Web. 7746. 4k
COLORED WOMAN wants day work fo
Tuesday. Webster 041.
Hotels and' Restaurants.
RELIABLE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
1610 Davenport St. Douglas 166.
Headquarters fr hMel bls:
HELP WANTED MALE
MAN and wife on fruit ranch In Washing
ton; all year work to right party; prefer
ence given to. party able to nuke small
investment. Box, 41. Bee.
Stores and Offices.
ii'i'iii'ii lUf iiiiiiumiiurnin linn, """'.I
honk kf,tr. some knowledge of steno-
grsphy, small office, $100; stenographer
and bookkeeper, western la., $86-$100;
Ans't bookkeeper, some stenography, $66:
traveling salesman, staple lines, $100; of
fice clerk, R. R. experience, $66; stock
record clerk. $60; correspondent, collec
tions, $86; Ass't credit manager, $100;
stenographer, large" general merchandise
store In Wyoming, $S6; stenographer for
large wholesale firm, to act occasionally
hh vlty salesman "d eventually work Into
this position, excellent opportunity, $80.
Western Reference Bond Ass'n, Inc.,
Originators of the Reference Business,
J 762 Omaha National Bank Hldr
STKNOORAPHER. private secretary, $100.
- - Stenographer, private secretary, $86,
Stenographer and bookkeeper, $80.
Stenographer, wholesale house, $76.
Dictaphone qperntor and Steno., $76. '
Railroad accountant (60 daysl, $86.
Bookkeeper and Stano., Mfg. firm, $80.
Bond salesman, (drawing account).
Billing clerk, good typist, $70.
Many others Call, phone or write. NO
" Fll.INll FEE only 60 cents to Investi
THE MARTI COM PA NT,
131T-U W. O. W. Bldg.
YOU NO men, 18 to 20 years of age,
High school graduates, ambitious '
tor future; unlimited opportunities
In the wholesale dry goods business.
liox 1130, Bes.
STENOGRAPHER, $86; stenographer, $76;
stenographer and Diet. Opr., $76; book
keeper, $0; bookkeeper, $76; stenographe
er, $il.; utenographerV $M; bill clerk, $66;
bill clerk, $60; stenographer and Gen.
office clerk, $60; office clerk, $36f office
clerk, $2R; office hoy, $26.
WATTS REFERENCE COMPANY,
1138 First National Bank Bid.
PRIVATE SEC, (STENO.) $100.00
DRAFTSMAN (ARCHITECTURAL) 10.00
HA LEHMAN ,., 100.00
CITY SALESMAN (INVESTM'T) .. 100. 00
It. R. OFFICE CLERK 86.00
THE CANO AOKNCX 6n0JEBBLDO.
CREDIT and collection mgr., $76; t stenog
raphers, $7ff.0; typlst-blller, $40; bkkpr.,
$t0; bkkpr. (bank). $76; ck. (R. R.), $60.
N! FILING FEE.
CO-OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO.,
1016-16 City Nat. Bank Bldg.'.
WANTED Stenographer 18 to 20 years,
some- experience: chance for advance
meat. Western Smelting and Refining Co.
THB GREATEST OAIN SI. 7 I
In paid want-ads aver mad by an?
Omaha paper, Is the record of TUB
OMAHA BEE for 1211.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATA
WANTED Wall paper salesman of good
appearance, and one experienced In goods
of medium price; references and salary
warrted In first letter. Box Sll, Bee.
hToh6ra1E commercial positions.
WESTERN REFERENCE at BOND ASS'N.
WANTED-Hlgh class manager, lumber
yard, eastern Nebraska, two-yard town.
Box 018, Bee.
Professions and Trades.
r. n 'i.: ah Cil.-'!.
lurug rUBlMUIlB All DUILCS
CO-OPERATIVE REFERENCE CO-
101h-ll City National Bank Bldg.
WANTED -Two thoroughly experienced ar
chitectural draughtsmen, experienced In
school building work; state full particu
lars first letter. 10. F. Broomhall. Archi
tect, Duluth, Minn.
DOCTOR WANTED Permanent, good-pay-
Ing position; rapid advancement; must be
oompetent, trustworthy; references re
quired; state age, registration, etc. Appli
cation by letter only. Address Davis,
Room 208 Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis,
WANTED Drapery work man. Must be
thoroughly experienced In hanging high
class draperies. Position permanent Ref
erences required. Puff A Repp Furniture
Co., Kansas City, Mo. '
BE AN automobile expert In six weeks; our
big book tells you how. Rahe's Automo
bile School, 601 E. llth St. Kansas City.
t Mo. - '
AN experienced presea feeder who can
make ready on a Gordon press. M. E.
Smith Co., 9th and Douglas.
WANTED Soda man who can give refer
ences from former employer. No other
need apply. Sherman & McConnell Drug
Co., lth and Dodge Sts.
WANTIfi-Flrst-clasa druggist who can
show credentials from former employers.
Sherman sV McConnell Drug Co., 16th and
WANTED Good baker at once; good posl
I tlon; give reference snd experience. Box
Salesmen and Solicitors.
SALESMEN Old established concern, pay
ing liberal salary and expenses, will add
ten experienced men to traveling sales
force sailing roofing snd paints; perma
nent position If you are a real salesman
and reliable. Call on B. J. Johanson, Pa
'ttm Hotel, room 210.
SALESMAN of Id fas and energy, to represent
specialty advertising service In exclusive
territory. Factory line of celluloid, leather,
felt and metal goods. Our sale plana
help salesmen make good. Commission
contract Weekly advances. State ex
perience fully. Cruvsr Company, 2470 Jack
son Blvd., Chicago. ,
Ws have a most attractive opening1 In
this city for a high powered salesman. One
capable of calling on and dossing big busi
ness. It you can sell advertising spe
cialties and are nsT afraid of hard work
call at once. M. F. Shafsr 4 Co., 12th
and Farnam, four floor
SALESMAN WANTED Experience un
necessary; earn while you learn. Write
for large list of openings snd testimon
ials from hundreds of our students who
earn $100 to $600 s month. Address near
est office. Dept. 439, National Salesmen's
Training Association, Chicago, New York,
SALESMAN for general trade In Nebraska;
new, strong proposition on staple line;
splendid commission contract for 1917;
$36 weekly for expenses. Continental
Jewelry Co., 137S Continental Bldg.,
Cleveland, O. '
CALENDAR salesman to sell the Mueller
line of glass, wood and paper oslendars,
leather goods, novelties and fans. If It
Is now we have It; $6,000 a year for the
right man; exclusive territory. Mueller
Bros., 264 west yolk Bt, Chicago.
NEWEST money maker; ll-plvs toilet
set selling Ilk biases at $1, with $1 carv
ing set freel Enormous profits I Tremen
dous hit! Randall sold 10 In one day.
Success jure. Pierce Co., 17$ Pierce Bldg.,
SIDE LINEV pocket samples; 10 minutes,
$10 commission; high grade men only; no
other need apply. Advertising Novelty
Co., Newton, la.
HELP WANTED MALE
Salesmen and Solicitors.
for experienced sales
man. We have Mis
souri, Nebraska and
western Iowa open.
Commission. Will ad
vance expense money.
Must be able to fur
nish good references.
NO HAS BEENS NEED
Direct Mill representa
Agents and Brokers,
WANTED Tailoring sales agents. Ton can
make $35 to $60 per week from the very
strt. An opportunity of a life time. We
ship a complete and expensive tailoring
equipment, charges prepaid; you take or
ders for made to measure clothes. Per
fect fit, hest workmanship, full satisfac
tion absolutely guaranteed. We are the
largest made to measure tailoring house
In the country have started hundreds In
business. Today they are the legdlng
merchants of their cities. If you want ts
establish yourself firmly In business make
big money, write us at once In full detail,
solving your experience as s salesman or
tailoring sales agent, tf any. T. W. Parks,
Lock Box ,463, Chicago.
LAND AND LOT SALESMEN.
Join our spring campaign on the big.
gest acreage and townxite proposition be
fore the public today. We are spending a
million dollars on development snd pub
licity on a new plan which we have proved
a big winner for the salesman and per- h
chaser. We have sold land snd lots to
nearly fen thousand satisfied purchasers
during the last eight years. We protect
our salesmen and want live wires only,
who are: looking for s permanent connec
tion. Prospects for business In our lino
are the 'best since 1909. We are alio ting
territory. Write today, E. T, Anderson, 113
S. Dearborn St, Chicago. i
WERE YOU EVER , i
OFFERED A GROCERY STORE T i
OUR PROPOSITION IS BETTER. ' ,
I.et us tell you bow you can handle .
flour, canned goods, provisions, an entire
tine of groceries, as well as paints, roofing,
stock foods, automobile snd machinery'
oils and greases; no rent to pay, no in
vestment In stock; large orders taken , ,
. from samples; goods of guaranteed and
proven quality; selling experience not
necessary; very profitable work for "work
ers." Address R. S. Hill, president, Httch-rock-Hill
Co., Chicago. Reference; Any
bank or express companW
WXNTgb HIGH GRADE STOCK
Large middle west corporation desires
services of strictly high class stock sales
man for one of the most attractive yet
conservative offerings of stock on the mar
ket We will consider only the man whose
reputation Is the best snd whose past
work includes experience In middle west
Answer with all particulars possible. f
Box No. 14, Bes. .
SALESMEN WANTEO-tisy. what would
you think of an opening that would give. ,-
you a monopoly of the territory allotted,
automobile for soliciting, salary and com
mission, binding contract safe for both
i parties, vmu to Invest from $1,000 to $6,000
In the company's securities, according to
the earning possibilities of the territory
allotted? To the1 right man the above
1 opportunity would spell life-long position
with Increasing value. Only first-class
specialty men or' shoe men need spply.
Address Bog Y-6I0, Bes. - L
fi.OOO FOB, your next 100 dai."Sporcah
. New money-making Invention for agents,
' general agents, managers. Recently In
dented; 1,000,009 already sold; 2Q0 mors .
salesmen wanted at oncer Amaaing" auto
matic compressed sir wsshlng machine.
Washes tub of clothes In six minutes. No
cranks to turn or levers to push no rub
bing. Works like magic. Price only $1.60
makes sale at every house 200 per cent
profit L. Palmer, Glen Allen, Ala,, put
out on trial, 108 machines, sold 107. Profit
1197. Write today. Wendell Co., 1127 Oak
Bt, Lelpslc. O. i v
SALESMEN with advertising experience. to
ajjH our Myers Quality Line of exclusive
sri calendars; every piece copyrighted
snd mads by us exclusively, together with
our high-grade line, of leather goods,
memorandum books and diaries; the most
complete line of Indoor and outdoor metal
signs, and s very fins Una of other new
specialties; everything manufactured lit
our big factory. Terms. Salary, com
mission or drawing account The El
wood Myers Company. Springfield, Ohio. .
SALESMEN WANTED To ' sell .farmers,
also dealers. Bsl-Tonlk, medlcatetl condi
ment (salt snd pepper), fifty-pound
blocks for sll stock. Vermifuge, disease
preventive, conditioner. Stock licking It
"doctor themselves automatically." N
trouble, no feeders, no dosing, no waste,
big demand, easy seller, liberal weekly
commission advancements. Writs for sales
producing circular. Guarantee Veterinary
Co., Sioux City, la.
HOW MUCK DO YOU BARN?
r- Live, energetio men wanted for -
town.- We teach you how to saaily make)
$160 to $600 monthly selling groceries
. paints, oils and stock remedies; sll neces
sities, big line, big money; build homes
snd bank accounts as hundreds do. Regu
lar trade quickly, easily covered. Old eg ,
tsbllshed reliable house; ask your banker,
Writs today. John Sexton A Co., Wholesale
Orooers, Lake and Franklin Sts., Chicago.
"WASH WHITE" makes easy sales. Big
profit Sure repeat business. Genuine Rog
ers' silverware free to your customers and
valuable premiums for you. Free printed
matter snd sales course. Free samples
with every order. Cleans clothes without
rubbing, and without Injury to the finest
fabric. Seven big washings for 16 cents.
Sales gusrsnteed. Write for our offer,
The Nacm Co Dept 67, 20 W. Lake St,
XttENTION Tea, coffee or groceray1 sales
men. Write today for money-making
proposition, selling full line of groceries,
teas, coffees and home supplies direct 4o
consumers, Including restaurants, hotels,
farmers and ranchmen. ' Line of goods not
found In ordinary stores. Sales made from
sample; $200 to $600 per monffc earned by ,
scores of our men. Goods known the
country over, having been sold for more
than twenty-five years. Our references
any bank anywhere. The S. C. Hsxley Co.,
1019 B. Third St, Dayton, O.
SIDELINE salesman. Refund diamond
saleaOoards. Biggest sellers. Best .sales
man's proposition. Com, snd profit' shar
ing $6 to $16 per order, , Chicago Dia
mond Importing Co., 320 B. Bute, Chi
SALESMAN Capable specialty man for Ne
braska, Staple line on NEW and EX
CEPTIONAL terms. Vacancy now. At.
trajCtlve commlslon contract $36.00 week
ly for expenses. Miles F. Blxlef Co., 2211 j
Carlln Bldg., Cleveland, O.
LITE colectlon solicitors to pises retainer
baals credit contracts with large firms.
Two hundred dollars month guaranteed
to right parties. Full particulars upon
aoDllcation. W. W. Lava l Mercantile
Agency Chicago, J
CHEWING OUM Sell Grape Juice and
Spearmint -gum to storekeepers, novel
packages; 9 years m business; 16,000 deal
ers stocked up and regular customers of
our agents; good profits for you. Write
today. The Helmet Co., Cincinnati, O.
WE require men of character and ambi
tion for permanent 'positions In our sales
organisation; cover small territory snd
live st home; very fine Income la assured.
Rex Typewriter Company, Is E. Jackson
Blvd., Chicago, 111. ' ,
SALESMAN of ability to establish branch
office with reliable line of paints, var
nishes, specialties, selling direct to facto
ries, mills, office buildings, apartments,
painting contractors,' etc Tns Vortex
Mfg. Co., Cleveland, O. .
SAL E8 MAN Vacancy February XI with est
house. Permanent position. , Cover Ne-
brasks. Staple line sold . In exceptional '
terms. High commission. $15 weekly ad
vance. Bales Manager, Suits 4$,, 100 Wood
ward, Detroit . -
SALESMEN $1,600 to IS.0OO yearly prorfti
selling line of high grade toilet requisites
to beauty parlors. Liberal commission.
Chicago Chemical Specialty Co., S94S
Houston Ave,, Chicago.
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