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THE OMAHA. THURSDAY. JUNE 24. 1920.
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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
WILL Elizabeth, age 76 years, 7 months,
4 28 days, June 22, 1920.
Funeral Thursday afternoon at 1:50
from tlie residence of her daughter.
Mrs. TV. A. Bradford, 3SJ5 franklin
mct, to Gospel hall. 45th and Hamil
ton street, at a o'clock. Interment.
Forest I. awn cemetery. friends are
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank Mr. W. v. McDonald.
Mrs. May Stick and many friends for the
beautiful flower offerings during the Ill
ness aRd death of our mother,
FRANK cmfwyp ;hrd
EDWARD RA.ITEKA AND WIFE,
r FJt A N K PINTNER.
stack & falconer;
AM HULA NCR SERVICE.
TMrty-thlrd and Fariiam. Harney 64.
TAGGART & SON.
UNDERTAKERS AND KM BALMERR.
Telephone Douglas 714. 2218 Cuming St.
"HE A FEY & HEAFEY,
Undertakers and Kmbalmers.
Phone H. 2i;i. Office 2011 Farnam.
"HULSE & RIEPEN,
IMnriffr Funeral Directors.
701 Smith 1iJ Hrugla 1066.
Duffy & Johnston;
tNI'KHTAKKRS. 717 S. 16th. Tyler 1676.
ISI4 Douglas SI.
I.. Henderson. lalO Farnam. Douglas 1248.
Sol IN HATH, 1Mb and Farnam. D. 3000.
MO NUM ENTS & CEMETERIES.
'VIIK largest display of monuments In
the I lilted States. FRANK SVOBODA,
1215 H. 1,1th. Phone Douglaa 1872-5216.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
F.irtlis John and Rhea. Linn. 4454 Bed
ford aenue, boy; Henry and Gertrude j
llan-ls, hospital, if; H. ,T. and Antonla !
Unudson, I ant; North Forty-fifth street,
boy; JuNeniaria, and Consepsion Alvarez.
2i0i Cl .street, boy: R. y. and Mary Burns.
1K1S tblo Htreet,, boy; KdWard and Hazel
Lucas, bo.idtal, girl; Benjamin and Ruth
Koopman, hosi'ltal, girl; Robert and
Hlnncho Lee. 2037 Patrick avenue, bov;
John and Lena Kasada. 3402 T street,
boy; Joe and Sarah Brown, 120 North
Twent -eislith :.lreet, boy; Thomas and
Ellen Arundel, hospital, boy; William and
Cracd Poland, 6332 South Thirly-secora
Deaths Oeorge. Smeltacr, 3S years, Nor
folk, Neb.; Lena Mary Hlodgetts. Infant,
4Sii South Twenty-fourth street; Anna
Vacovsky, Infant, 1408 South Thirteenth
titreel; Catharine Kotnwen, l year, nos
pital; Anna M. Tester. C7 years. Calhoun.
N'ch.: Fred Wohler, 79 years, 3130 South
Sixtieth atrect; John D. Weaver, 68 years,
Hi South Thirty-third street; Marl.i 1.
Blasl, 31 years, 1034 South Twentieth
street; Solomon Rubin Greenberg, 69
years, 2418 Seward street.
The following couples have been issued
lict uses to wed;
Tony W. Bouska. 80. N'arka, Kan., and
Kliie E. Imbert, 21, Omaha.
John J. Durkarf. 02, Omaha, and Louise
I'iuney, 24. Omaha.
Arthur E. Carlson.- 16. Omaha, and
Geneva Savlrky. 20, Omaha,
Timothy T. Hrosnlhan. 55, Omaha, and
Florence Siegele, 19, Omaha.
Michael J. McNulty, 23.' Omaha, am'
Gertrude Stratnian, 23, Omaha.
Ceorge j. Stephens, over St, Omaha,
find Anthonctte Kovar. over 18, Schuyler,
Edward Schroeder. 25, Omaha, and
Emma Hornlg, 20, Omaha.
Clsrencs Deaaon, 24. Syracuse, Neb, and
lUlua llopp, 26, Syracuse, Neb
, Itarry Jordan, 21, Omaha, and Etla
' Johnson, SO, Omaha
Nicholas Janevlck. 29. Omaha, and
Jladcllne- Fovondra. 21, Omaha
otto M. Boettger, 29. Florence, Neb.,
and Irene E. Grau, 20, Hennington, Neb.
LOST, FOJJNDAJJD REWARDS.
lost black leather pocket
book containing 130: also
valuable papkrs. finder will
i1eoeivb liberal reward by
i:eturning to fred storbeck.
hamilton st. phone wal-
STRAYED from 6013 Davenport, white
Angora, limpa with left foot, family pet
of 10 years. Phone Walnut 470 lnfor
mntion concerning hi -whereabouts.
SoA ARTICLES LOST on street cars tele
phone Tyler 800. We ara anxloua to re
store lost articles to rightful owner.
OMAHA V COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RY.
STRAYED From 6013 Davenport, white
Angora, llmp with left foot, family pet
u." 10 years. Phone Walnut 470 infor
mation concerning his whereabouts. Ltb
LOST Diamond locket, valued as kep
aake. Monogram A. H. on back. Lib
eral reward. Return to 828 South 22nd.
OST Lavallere, diamond!, and opal, set
in platinum, between Lafte street and
South Omaha. Liberal reward. Web
ter26S LOST By teacher, between Baneoft and
S. 11th, lady's otter fur neckpiece; lib
eral reward. Phone Harney 3264.
'MV office has been moved from 634
Urandeia Bldg. to SOS Karbach Blk.
Dr. L. B. Lai.
TVAMTED Concessions for July S, 1920.
Notify L. O. Stoker, Rising City, Neb.
4'HE SALVATION Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
' magazines. We collect. Wa distribute.
Phont. Doug. 4135 and our vagon will
call Call and Inspect our new borne,
1 1 10-1112-1114 Dodge atrcet. .
SYSTEM of Swedish massage. facial
massage jndjeambaths.Douglas 9549.
jTassaGE and electric treatments. 318
Kl ECTRIC bath and massage. Webster
ACCOr.DION. side, kulfe, sunburst boi
pleating, covered buttons, all sizes and
atylea; hemstitching, plcot, edging, eve
let cut work, button holes, pennante.
Ideal Button and Pleating Co.. 308
- Brown Blk. Douglaa 1936.
Io- Notch 8hop Hemstitching, braiding.
' . beading, all kinds pleating. Doug. 6011.
Room 83. Douglaa Blk.. 16th and Dodge.
, fiarrls J. Burford. 620Paxton Bid. P. 1208.
- v Contractors.
CARPENTERING,' repairing, remodeling
V done. L, J. Eriakson. CalMValnut 1637.
RJ. RUBEES. carpenter: aH'tinda'cf
now and repair work. Webster 3238.
SUMMER DANCING RATES.
WX PT"M"r? School for Dancing.
, A. Cj LftT I nzi Farnam. D. 7860
Class at I; dancing at p. m. Monday,
Thur.. Bat: private lessons any time.
T. Bradbury. No pain. 921 W. O. W. Bid.
FULL dress suites and tuxedo for rent
109 N. 16th Bt John Feldmsn. P. 3128.
WEDDING announcements and printing.
' Douglas Printing Co. Tel. Douglas 844.
, CITY MATTRESS CO.. mattresses made
I over; box springs repaired. 2S ' Cum
v, log. liarnty Ui2, tfi
- - . . - 1 1 - "
J-yjLd li VHILEMrC4!EI1OOT J if I NOW TO CNJOY THE. ) (j CREW HEAVENS-THE ) ) ' flTlOlCJI
Brar fcHOPPtN'MM ONNr MOftNiN' PSPGR VHILE OOOJ? SLAMMEO SHUT $ S eirScs. ?
vjS COOK MtItEtF tsOME. HE FOOD COOKttH' i NOW-VflWtU I OO! I . UX1 t 0.
Nli CORNED &EEF AN" C-7 fM ) , , 1 , . I A)' M CSU " SJX J,
3yjiiw ! 11,, Hf r
iii T-H lao ar iwtl atuaa 8J.iv.ea. Inc. -2, if "v litl51!!!;
PIPKINS NATIONAL DETECTIVE
AGENCY. Incorporated. Douglas 1107.
Arlington Blk., Omaha, Neb,
JAMES AI.I.AN7 J12 Neville Hll.. Evl
dence a cured In all cases. Tyler 1136.
RELIABLE Detective Bureau. Railway
Ex. Illdg. Pongloa ;056; Night. Col. 465.
VACUUM CLEANERS delivered, called
for, 60c day. Webster 1657, 10 a. m. to
4 p. m.
HOOVER and oPher sweepers for rent;
delivered .Webster 4 i 8 .1.
ELECTRIO vacuum cleanera for rent.
Gas Stoves Connected.
STOVES connected, house piping. Walnut
Connections. 3. House piping. II. 1618 ev.
HATS cleaned and blocked while you wait,
at Paxton Hat Works, l07i Farnam
St.: work guaranteed. D. 039.
HATS cleaned, reblocked. ladles' straw
hata specialty. Mastoa Bros., Io20 Har'y.
price with privilege
to buv back at small profit. 4iROSS
.JEWELRY Co.. 402 K 16th St. Doug.
Kodak Developing and Finishing.
ENLARGING, copying and coloring.
Amateur finishing. Write for prices.
Omaha Photo Shop, CM Barker BI1.
FILMS developed; printing and enlarging.
Write for prlcca. The Ensign Co., 1607
AND RECORDS. LOWEST PRICES.
CASH OR TERMS.
THE MUSIC SHOP, INC.
16 IS Harney St.
We rent, repair, aell needles and parU.
lith and Harney. Douglaall7J.
M. KE1SER 306 South 18th. Doug. 1187.
Painting and Paper Hanging
TAINTING, paperhanglng and decorating
at reasonable prices. Frank Kulisek,
LET me figure your paperhanging and
ii'tcrlor decorating. Otto Larsen, Web
FIRST-CLASS paper hanging,
PAINTING, paperhanting, cleaning. Doug
las 6322. T
PAPERHANGING; prices right Walnut
PAPERHANGING. painting. Tyler 2765.
Razor Blades Sharpened.
SAFETY razor bladea aharpened. new ra
zore. razor bladea sold. Omaha Raror
Sharpening Co., lS!ltt Dodge. 103 N. !(.
INTERNATIONAL PATENT CO.. Patent
attorneys; procure, buy and sell pat
ents. 1716 Dodffe St. Omaha.
THEATRICAL, historical and masque cos
tumes for amateur theatricals snd par
tles for rent at T. Llebcn & Son, Omaha.
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 8. Uth. D. 028.
TREES trimmed; cavlly work; bracing;
treatment of Injury and disease; remov
ing; plnnting and transplanting; twelve
skilled tree surgeons; over 400 satisfied
customers in Omaha and nearbv towns.
PAGE TREE SERVICE (INC.)
210 Davldge B tocK. Ty ler 4800.
DEEN Rug Factorv Extra high" grade
ruga made. Douglas 'i892.
WEAVING, old ruga remade. Tyler 1437.
S A F "r7.5 BARGAINS. 12th Farnam.
J- Derlght Safe Co.
OMAHA WELDING CO. "The Careful
Welders." lith and Jackson. P. 4391.
27th and Martha Sts., Omaha, Neb.
Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine
pray iron castings.
BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can be
rurchased at Rialto Drug Store. 16th
and Douglas Sts.. Omaha, Neb.
DUMP evshes S. W. corner 33th and Fran
cis. Douglas 420.
Furniture and Household Goods.
SELECT YOUR SPRING HOUSE FUR
NISHINGS FROM THESE BARGAINS
Adam period bedroom aults at 3213;
an Adam Period dining auite, at 1163;
large collection of fine furniture; room
slKe rugs at a great reduction; cane
mahogany living room aultes, at 3185
STATE FURNITURE COMPANY,
Corner 14th and Dodge Streets.
Opposite U. P. Headquarters. Omaha. Neb.
WE sell ftew and near-new furniture,
stes and rugs at lowest prices; cash
or payments. Amer. Furn. Co.. 605 N. 16.
Pjanosjand Musical Instruments.
A. HOSPE CO.
Pianos for rent. 34.00 per month.
DRUMS, traps, marimbas. Instructions,
repairing. Phone Harney 2967. Geo. A.
Smith. 2761 Davenport St.
SAXOPHONE, melody C, fine condition,
silver finish, almost new, very reason
able. Webster 6276. ..
SAXOPHONE HOSPITAL, repairing, re-
pnddlns. John Taff. 1S2 Webster.
Ty ler4 8 5 7.
PIANO Ebersole; guaranteed fine con-
dltbon; reasonable. 1419I)odge St.
KRANICH & BACH PIANO, A-FSHAPE.
BARGAIN. DOUGLAS 4703.
BARGAIN in Steger & Sons pianos, first
classcondltion. Doug 4703.
WALNUT GRAPHONOLA, ALMOSTN E VV.
$66. HARNEY 6475.
FR SALE One Little Giant Trip-Hammer,
one Monarch Disc Sharpener, one
emery wheel stand. Star Koller l;s-3
sharpener, 20 ft. of line shafting one
inch by one-half; one Never-Sllp tap
machine, one big wasoa jack. Fred
Petersen. Fremont, Neb.
Typewriters and Supplies.
ALL MAKES, bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sole agents fur the CORONA.
Get our prices before you buy. Every
Doug. 4120. 1912 Farnam.
WE buy, sell and exchange all makes
of typewritera. Write for list Midland
Office Supply Co.. 1404 Dodge.
CHECKWRITERS, Todds, Peerless, F &
E, -all makes; bargaina; some new; save
half. THE SAFEGUARD DIAGONAL,
320 Neville Bldg. Doug. 7130,
ALL MAKES Typewriter Co.. "all makeo."
205 9. 18th St. Tyler 2414.
WARDROBE TRUNK WANTED.
CORN cobs at Havens Coal Cm WaL ail.
FOR SALE Glass, 8x10, bxS, 6x7, splen
did for hot houses, etc. See or call llr.
H.idley, Bee Engineering Dept., Omaha
OFFICE partition, oak: 56 feet aud door;
almost new; 7 feet litgli; excellent run.
ilitlon. Call Foster-Marker Co. loug
OMAHA PILLOW" CO. Feather mattresses
made from your own feathers, summer
and winter ablea. 1907 Cuming. D. 2467.
HOOVER Sweeper and 190 6 Electric
Washer. Bargains. Call Joe ilyers,
lalAL5.' lender, Deerlng, fine condition.
Louis Jessen, 40th and Valley. Harney
i.UaU'TlFUL show case for sale. 206
Laird Blilg., Tyler 5S17.
DnT'ri VCat "Nathan" Rtelnb'vrit's.
- 1013 IIarney ""t. D. 5166.
Bl'RNITtSRE find rugs of 10-room home,
fore sale. 3!2j Cuming; no dealers.
ANYONE wishing to fill in lots can get
dlrt at2420 Bancroft St.
REFRIGERATOR, new Bohn Syphon. Dg.
KIN DLIN'G & LUMBER. W. 459.
SULKY grey reed, new. Douglas 7290.
BABY carriage, twin reed. South 1522.
REED ,hnby buggy for sale. Dg. 6071.
WANTED TO BUY.
WE BUY baled waste paper, old maga
zines and newspaper. State quantity
you have on hand. Write or phone for
prices. Omaha Paper Stock Co., 15th
and Marcy. Douglas 159. ' '
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks; used desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed. 1207 Farnam. D. 8146.
'LIBERTY BONDS BOUGHT"
MACKS BOND HOUSE.
1 1 2 1JFirstJS" at'l. Bank Bldg. Tyl er 36 4 4 .
WILL buy second-hand clothing, shoes and
furniture. Ty. 2398. A Zavett, 70S N 18.
WANTED TO BORROW.
WANTED Loan on South Dakota land;
will pay good Interest Walnut 1082.
21)12 North 61th St.
INCOME tax specialist desires connec
tion with large corporation In mid
west. For personal interview write M
73, Ojnaha Bee.
EVENING work by young man of four
years' experience. Box M-73. Omaha
HOUSECLEANING. all kinds, by experi
enced colored man. Webster 6bo4.
MAN and wife want work in private home.
HOUSEKEEPERS" TLA UNDRESSES.
Watch the Domestlo column of The
Bee. Lots of good places ar always
advertised. Don't mlea them.
WORK for private family by the week.
PASTRY llke"jnother makes. Web. 3948;
PPRACTiCAL NURSING TYLER3649'
Laundry and Day Work.
LAUNDRY, cleaning, experience, colored
woman. References. Mrs. Davis, Trier
EXPERIENCED colored laundress. Ob
tains and bundle washings. Webster
DAYWORK. chamber maid. Reliable.
Colored. Web. 614. J J
WOMAN wants day work. Call after E
o'clock. Webster 4963.
BUNDLE WASHING, sweeping, ironing.
FIRST-CLASS laundress wants day work.
CLEANING, day work; experienced. Web-
LAUNDRY for Mon.j i'ues., Wed, Web.
BUNDLE washing, soft water. Webster
DAY WORK, housecleaning. Web. 19351
DAYWORK, col. jaundress, exp. WebSOSl.
LAUNlJRY'calied for" delivered." Web. 35L
SMALL bundle washing. Webster 48"7"7.
DAY WORK, by tho hour. Web. 6028.
LAUNDRY, day work. Webster 4224.
WORK by day or hour. Wbater 6602.
BUNDLE WASH1 NG Webster 1 379.
W A NTE D Da y J ork. Webster 14 30.
DAY WORK wanted. Webster 1308. ,
DAY work by hour. Webster 6028.
DAYWORK wanted, Doug. 6037.
WASHING, ironing. Webster 4521.
PAY work wanted. Webster 6450.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Omces.
BOOKKEEPER and office mgr.. Council
Bluffs, $175-3200; bookkeeper, $110-3125;
office clerks, $108-3110.8115; experienced
lumber accountant and bookkeeper. New
Orleans, $176-$200; salesmen, stationery,
THE MARTI COMPANY,
1126 W. O. W. Bldg.
TRAVELING salesmen. Neb,, staple com
modity, $140; accountant, lumber firm,
New Orleans, $200: bookkeeper, auto
firm, $135; cashier. $110; bill cleric, long
hand, $100; receiving teller, bank, $100;
assistant shipping clerk, $100.
WESTERN REFERENCE & BON DASS'N
' 736 First National Bank Bldg,
PIERRE, S. D seeks the services of a
capable man, under 40 years of age, for
the position of Commercial Club Secre
tary under the budxet system. Olve ex
perience and references in writing, :ileo
stale salary expected. Address Pione
Commercial Club. Pierre, S. D.
Experienced accountant" for r. rT,
$150; traveling salesman, salary, ro:
xtenos., $125-$135; exp. bank clerk, $110;
Jr. positions, $8 3-$10O. .
COMMERCIAL REFERENCE CO.,
1616 City National Bank.
OFFICE CLERK, small amount of steno,
work. Rood future. $100.
WATTS REFERENCE CO..
11SS First National Bank Bldg.
BOOKKEEPER, stenographer. So" Side.
RIGHT HKFEKNCE COMPANY,
u'M First National Blilg.
Professions and Trades.
1 WE ran use several young men for tele
1 phone switchboard installation work.
I Liberal starting salary and good oppor-..
, tunity for advancement In an Interest
trr job. Apply T. J. Estfibrook. R. 211
New Telephone Bldg.. 19th and Doug
last Sts., between 8:30 a. in. and 4:30
WANTED Sheet metal workers and fur
T.ace men. Closed shop, 44-hour week;
scale, $l.trO per hour, A good oppor
tunity for good workmen. ' Address R.
Nnson Friend, secretary . Master Sheet
Street. Sioux City, Iowa;
"DRAW FOR, MONEY."
- Tf you like to draw, a large Chicago
rommercl.il art house will ahow you
how to earn money In your spare time.
State address, telephone, age and where
employed Box tj-81. Bee.
WANTED Swedish massuese; a good all
year opening for the "ajght party. Ad
dress Radium Water Bath House,
Nowata, OkL i
SHOEMAKER Wanted Modern "machin
ery: good wages, permanent poailion.
ArthurRyan, O'Neill, Neb;
MOLER " BARBER COLLEGE.
110 SO. 14TH ST. CATALOGUE FREE.
EXPERIENCED skirt makers. Albert
WAN'rED-raintlrs" at ones. Hr. 8i.
See Jiggs and Maggie in Full
Page of Color in The Sunday Bee.
HELP WANTED MALB
Salesmen and Canvassets.
We prefer a resldentfof this city, who
I. as had actual experience In directing
a sales organization selling direct to
consumers. Must be a real live sales
man with good references. State ago
and previous experience. Do not an
fiver unless you feel you can measure,
up to requirements. If you can wo
have a real business fir you In your
' own city. Your ambition, brains and
energy are what wo want. If we get
'them we -will help you make mon;:-.
New device; cheap; protected; no com
petition; exclusive sale in this elt.
Write Frederick Subln & Co., Imm 237-S9-41
N. Broad St.J'hiladelphia. Pa.
Experienced stock salesman to aell the
Guaranteed Dividend Preferred stock of
an old-established Omaha company
rated at $600,000. High credit which
has Vald regular dividends for ten years.
Good leads furnished. Call Room 6,
Wpad Bid g.
DON'T READ THIS
unless you waht to make real money.
Am putting two new crews in the field.
No limits. Experience unnecessary.
Leaving town. Money weekly; expenses
advanced. Come early and avoid the
rush. Inquire F. S. Martin, Carltor,
Hotel, after 9 a. m. Wednesday morning.
Going concern, manufacturing a ne
cessity. Have state permit. Party must
have clean record and references. Will
make special proposition for quick re
sults. Write at once to Omaha Bee,
WANTED High grade, clean-cut sales
men for a live, fast-selling proposition.
Quick clean-up. Can work anywhere;
especially adapted to northern territory
for summer work. Mr. Ball, 238 City
WANTED Two) men, personality, plus
education necessary. (Gray hairs an
asset.) City work, steady position, ex
cellent future. We place you In largest
organization In world. In replying give
phone number. BoxM-77, Omaha Bee.
SOLICITORS WANTED "
To sell .photographic coupons from
high-class studio; great money-making
possibilities for the right person. Ad
1 r es si 6 04 L! 1 1 is Bldg., Kansas City. Mo.
WANTED Live salesmen with blood'in
their eye, big enough to meet people and
put 'er over; chance to make your stake
In 10 daya. Address Y-1170, Omaha
SA LESM EN For household specialties";
men with car can make good money.
Call and see us and let us explain. C.
F. Adams Co.i 623 S. 16th St.
SALESMEN wanted at once. City or
traveling experience unnecessary. For
openings and particulars, write C-50,
Omah a Bee.
WANTED An experienced piano salea
man who can drive Ford car with piano
carrier. A. Hospe & Co., Council Bluffs,
Hotels and Restaurants.
WANTED A good steady young man for
counter work in a city about 0 miles
from Omaha r only a steady man need
apply. Phone or write at once. Y-116S,
PANTRY and kitchen help. Blackstons
COOK, Wellington Inn Cafe. 1819 Far",
40 or 50 laborers.
SELDEX-BRECK COXST. CO.
1 1 tli and Seward Sts.
W A N T E D THREE
WORK AND GOOD
PIECE WORK RATES.
APPLY MR. HORN,
CUSHM AN MOTOR
Laborers: apply at Slst and Dewey
and 2tn anrl Dewey. i
SELDEN-BRECK CONSTRUCTION CO. j
PAVING JOB STEADY
"WORK. SIX DOLLARS PER DAY
AND QUARTERS. APPLY 692 BRAN
DKTS THEATER BLDG.
WAREHOUSE M EX.
OMtA H A FLOUR MILLS CO.,
S9TH AND C. STS.
MEN AND BOYS
FOR FACTORY WORK.
GOOD PAY. STEADY WORK.
GORDON LAWLFSS CO., .
- 8 TH AND DODGE.
CABINET MAKERS WANTED.
We want six experienced cabinet mak
ers for steady work, sumnir and win
ter Job. With good pay. Ai.plv at once.
OMAHA FIXTURE AND SUPPLY CO..
11th and Douglus Sts.
U.VtTED SALES PRODUCTS COMPANY
Want 25 ambitious single young men:
no experience necessary: salaries 5140 to
$200. Phone, Douglas 035.".
ANTED Man to work in drug ore,
rd Ave. and
riELP WANTED MALE.
i HOURS PER DAY. APPLY
AMERICAN RAILWAY EXP. STABLE,
15TH AND DAVENPORT.
EIGHT HOURS PER DAY.
$100 A MONTH.
AMERICAN RAILWAY EXPRESS,
ACTIVE colored man to rack balls; good
references. C, C. C. Billiard Parlors,
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
STENO, small office,
clerical or filing, $110
$110: steno., Iio
steno and clerk,
heginner, $8o: bookkeeper and steno,
$180; blller. some experience, $76; clerk,
some typing, $76; Comptometer opr.,
$80; file clerk, $70.
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND ASS'N
7.i6 First Natl oral Bank Bl d s.
STENOGRAPHER" for V, day," 60c an hour;
stenographers, $115-$10O-$90; typists,
$90; Burroughs opr.. $100; Remington
opr., $80; clerical, $85; P. B. X., $75;
file clerks. $61.
COMMERCIAL REFERENCE CO.,
16 16 City Natlona 1 Bank.
SEVERAL stenographers' positions at
good salaries; several beginning comp
tometer operators; good typist and
RIGHT REFERENCE COMPANY,
636FJrst National Bldg.
STENOGRAPHERS." $125. $110. $100, $9,1,
$85, $75; typist and clerk, $85; stenog
rapher and bookkeeper, $100, $110;
WATTS REFERENCE CO.,
1138 FIrstNatlonal Bank ,Bldg.
STENO.," $100; typist, ' railroad, $90 ; be
ginner typist, $75; office clerk, $76; P.
B. X. operator and typist, $75 to $83.
BUSINESS MEN'S REFERENCE ASS'N,
917-18 VV. O. W. Bldg.
STENOGRAPHER $1 25-$100-$90-$80T" be
ginner stenos,, $75-$80-$90; typist and
clerks. $S0-$83; steno. and bkkpr., $100
$110; btllers, $76-$80; comptometers, $75
$100. THE MARTI CO., 1126 W. O. W. Bldg.
WANTED At once, lady bookkeeper ,an-I
stenographer. Y-1169, Be
Professions and Trades.
Do you want a permanent position T
No profession today offers batter op
portunities for good salaries and steady
employment than local or long distance
telephone work. ,
The work la fascinating. pleasant
healthful surroundings, annual vaca
tions with full pay. Sick and accident
benefit without cost to employs.
No experience nccesaary. Substantial
weekly pay whlie in training. Rapid
Parents Invited to Investigate working
New Telephone Building. -Nineteenth
and Douglaa Itreata.
IN OUR ALTERATION
1508-1519 DOUGLAS ST.
GIRLS WANTED Good wages; Saturday
afternoon off. Bluff City Laundry,
Council, Bluffs. "
WANTED High'"" grade, clean-cut ""sales""
ladies for a live, fast-selling proposition.
Quick clean-up. Can work anywhere:
especially adapted to northern territory
for summer work. Mr. Ball, 238 City
EXPERIENCED salesladies" in ready-lo-wear
dept. Inquire second floor. J.
H. Green Co.,l 6th and Howant.
LADY canvassers for electrldv Irons and
,VUU VI '.'JUIllUU lM C. AUI1UI
yo-28 8. ICth Ht.
EXPERIENCED Flilrt makers wanted.
Albert Cahn, 213 South 14th St. Douglas
LADIES to clerk in fruit department.
Table Supply Co.. 17th and Douglas.
Household and Domestic.
WANTED WomiLrt for general house
work: no washing; prefer one with
daughter over 12 years, who can take
- f.?-r-' "LJ "'" children. Call Harney 382.
WANTED Competent house girl for gen
eral housework. Small family : good
wage-. 1U20 South S4th St. Phone Har-
WANTED At once, good white girl to
assist witii housework, no washing or
cooking. Douglas C20S.
FOR LAUNDRESSES, " DAY WOMEN,
ETC.. LOOK IN THE SITUATION COL
U.M N OF JfHK BEE.
GIRL for general housework: good wres,
no laundry work; references required.
- 113 South r.9th Si.
WANTEb Experienced second girl. v:i';es
SIS. Mrs. M. G. Colpetzer, 402 So. SSth
St. Harney 94.
WANTED Experienced rook: references
required. Apply 202 St. Regis Arts.
WANTED Competent cook: good wages,
small family. Mrs. G. titnm, 370S Far
nam. COM PET EN T secoln d maid ; d ow n s ta Irs
work only. Mrp. Ward Burgess, 122 N. 22.
EXPERIENCED 'woman "for cooklngf small
family, no Jaundry. ? S8th. J-I.2660.
WANTED Experienced coolt (whltel. Mrs.
Barton Millard. 123N. 89th St.Har.47.
COMPETENT ' white maid ""for general
housework-. 224 Dodge. Hnr. 1 S7i.
Hotels and Restaurants.
sT'RUBMAIDS wanted. El ""Beudor A pis'
hotel. isth and Dodg.
WAITRESSES wanted. Calumet Res
BIO SISTERS ASSOCIATION, for th
benefit of business girls. 623 Be Bldg.
W ANTE D OI rl s-h a ri dy a ro u n d "the bak
ery. Furdy Home Bakery, 2414 Orand
ClfOi:6l,ATK dippers wuntid. lingers
Confectionery, 24th and Farnam Sts.
'.V i NTFD EXPF.RiENCFD KLEVATOR
Ol'fc'RATOU, CONANT ilOTtiU
HELP WANTED FEMAI E.
WOMEN AND GIRLS,
GOOD TAY, STEADY WORK.
GORDON LAWLESS CU,
8TH AND DODGE.
GIRL wanted to fill and wrap orders.
lioourtcn Drug Co.. 1308 Harney.
DUST girl. Union Outfl'tTtng Co.
HELP WA NTm
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladles and boys to learn
barber trade; big demand: wages while
learning; atrictly modern. Call or write
140J i Dodge St. Trl-City Barber College.
WANTED Married couple for farm work;
state wages wanted. Stephen Kalln,
C-FETERIA Good location, owner leav
ing city. High class trade. No Sunday
work Address Box X-88 Omnhn Bee.
GOOD Omaha restaurant for sale that
will stand Investigation. I am re-
ttring.Box M74,Omaha Bee.
FOR SALE Shoe shop and machinery,
115 So. 14th St. Call Webster 3019 or
TO get In or out of business. See LEWIS
ft CO 411 McCsgue Bldg.
DAY SCHOOL. NIGHT SCHOOL.
Complete courses In accountancy, ma
chine bookkeeping, comptometery, short
hsnd and typewriting, railroad and
wiring telegraphy, civil service and all
English and commercial branches.
Write, call or phone Douglas 1565 for
large lllunraied catalogue Address
Boyles Building. Omaha, Neb.
LEARN tlrs repairing and retreading;
also tube repairing and all rubber vul
canising IN THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
TIRE REPAIRING SCHOOL IN OMA
HA. Three weeks learning. $16. Writ
NATIONAL TIRE SHOP.
17th and Capitol Ave.
Van Sant School of Business,
Day and Evening Schools.
320 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Douglas r.8 90
PRIVATE tutoring; grade and high
school subjects; experienced teacher; $1
hour. Harney 6880. ;
CHAS. L. FISH, piano tuner, violin and
piano teacher. Colfax 4907.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
PHONE THE WANT AD DEPARTMENT.
TYLER 1000, AND ASK ABOUT OUR
BIO ROOM LIST PRINTED EVERY
WEEK FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUR
READERS AND ADVERTISERS.
2 FURNISHED rooms, walking distance;
married couple or gentlemen, employed.
Board optlonaL Harney 1S21.
BLOCK -to car. 6 blocks to 18th. Terms
reasonable. 2219 St. Marys Ave. You'll
like them when you see them.
ONE large front room and kitchenette
with runnincr water, furnished for house
keeping. 25B0 Douglas St.
TWO-ROOM SUITE; private family: West
Farnnm car; $40; employed couple pre-
ferred. Call Harney C619.
27i'l DAVENPORT Tw:o-room suite; mod
ern: electric light and gas range. Har
2 NICE, clean rooms. Iliirrojn Park dis
trict, on carline.IIar. 1 3 32.Keasonable.
DESIRABLE, cool room; close in; ideal
location for traveling man. Doug. 7i;43.
ELMS HOTEL, 19th "and Harney. Rooms,
$:1.60 per week andup. Doug. 6005.
NICELY furnished room between two car
llr.es. Ladie3 prelerred. Webster C451.
DESIRABLE rooms. Five minutes walk to
postofflce, apply 220'JTNo. SSdjSt.
ONE front room, ground floor, suitable
for two gentlemen. Tyler 990.
BEAUTlFULrTYfurnished "rooms, 610 No.
27thst. Call Tyler JS43.
911 S. 20TH. furnished room.-. Doug. 7C50.
FURNISHED room"s.C2G So. 20thA ve.
ROOM forJrent420 S. 2Ct1i St. Tyler 4787.
FURNISHED roomfor rent. 310 N. Llh
limxiSHKI) rowi?, 709 North 3Sd St.
TWO lovely rooms. Call Har. 7 440.
HOUSEKEEPING apartments, two or four
lurge, cool rooms, parlor floor, every
thing furnished, walking distance, mod
ern, shade, very reasonable, 602 S. 28tli
2701 DAVENPORT Two-room suite; mod
ern, electric light and gas range. Har
2 LIGHT housekeeping rooms, all modern,
convenient. 1424 N19tltSt.
2701 Davenport. Two-room suite; mod
ROOM for gentlemen only. Harney 226.
LIGHT ""housekeeping. 701 ""s. Kth'st.
Board and Room.
L-KIELD CLUH DISTRICT Beautifully
furnished ram for couple employed,
or two young men, excellent board. II,
ONE or two elegant rooms, very exclusive.
West Farnam. private home: breakfast
and evening dinner. Har. L'IPO. Oarage.
818 S. 21?t St., room and board or meals.
Just opennd. Drt. 7226.
FINE rooms. :"no N. 18th, adults.
WANTED One lar?e loom suitable for
IlKht housekeeping. Box V-78, Omaha
FOR RENT HOUSES.
:I1 SIAPLK St. Kieht-room, modem
furnished hoiiie, lease -1 mon!hf. :V,r,
per month, fall Web. E903 for appotnt-
jilen to see house.
1 WILL rent 5-room bungalow f urnMu S.
tnciudinir nice Karilen, until September
1, Immediate posresrdon. C320 N. ftO'h.
iZOi NO. 20TH Six-room "modem fur.
nished home, splendid location, close to
car. Owners leaving city. Cull Col. I7&4.
WILL lease from Aug. 1 for 1 year my
house of 8 rooms to responsible pe--soiis
only. 1".2 No. SJth St. liar. IJhO.
Robert Co ell.
LIST our property for rent or sal with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
Realtor. Tyler Tit.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS
FURNISHED apartment, modern, j block!
irum cm mi-. it tiuuiiuie rtjii!'. .uuils
only. 2214WlrtStJ Webster 394.
ATTRACTIVE 3-room apartment to man
and wife from July 1 to Sept. 1. I'M
Jones St.. Apt. No. 3. Tyler HZX.
514 SOUTH" 25TII, nicely "furnished two
room apartment, with pantry, for couple
Drawn for the Bee by McManus.
Copyritht. 19.0 I nl rat ional New rn-
FORJRENT APTS. AND FLATS
i'Olt RUNT Tivo roiim apartment in pri
vate home at 2420 Wirt St. Call Col
fax 3140 for appointment.
FLAT FOR RENT 11-room a-Td"but'h',""$25'
DU.MONT & CO.
410 Keellne Hlds. Douglas 690.
FOR RENT GARAGES.
i'RIVATB garage, day or night. 181!)
MOVING AND STORAGE."
STORAGE, MOVING. PACKING
IIOUSEHOL DOOOPS AND PIANOS.
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
16th and Jackson Sis. Douglas 288
MOVING. PACKING. STORAGE.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos, moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
806 South 16th. Doug. 41C3.
GLOBE VAN. TRANSFER AND
For real service In hauling or ator
age, call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4338.
Auto or wagon service.
VAN and STORAGEXO.
Owned by II. R. Bowen Co Tyler 3400.
TRY US FIRST.
AMERICAN MESSENGER AND
Douglas 5900-D901. Moving, hauling all
kinds. Quick service.
FOR SALE 20 head flno farm horse"!,
mares, mules; somo mares in foal: all
stock guaranteed siAnd: good condition.
Apply M. C. Petenl Mill Co.. 29th and
It Sts., or after 6 p. m. phone South
ONE 2-year-old pony. Walnut 4134.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
i'O RESALE Thoroughbred Russian" woif
hounc Call Harney 7010 aft -t 0 p. m.
AUTO MOBILE SFORSALE
DRIVE IT YOURSELF
KENT A NEW FORD DRIVE
THE MOST ECONOMICAL AUTV
MO RILING; CHEAPER THAN OWN
ING A CAR. N'EW. Al CONDITION.
SELF-STARTERS. OPE?J DAY AND
NIGHT THE 365 DAYS.
1 HI 4 HOWARD STR Bi'IT. DOUG. 3022.
FORDS, "BUICKS, DODGES
NEW AND USED
Cash of time. Drive them and pay by
the moMth. All cars in ootl mechanical
shane. Fords, bodies, cabs, truck bodies.
Send for catalogue.
GOLDSTROM AUTO SALES CO..
Uli Harney St. ' Tyler 714
.' CENTRAL OARAGE.
Open 'lay and night.
Wrt.L TAKE LOW PRICED CITY LOTS
or cheap property in trade
for used cars.
standard motor car co.,
2020 farnam street.
30x3 . .$ i'.7S S'.'xJ'.S . .$18.90
3Xilj. .$12.90 34x4 ..$21.75
STANDARD TlRB CO.. 410N. ItiTH ST.
STORAGE batteries, wrlften guarantee,
exchange price 3 cell, $15; Dodge and
Maxwells. $20. Midland Battery Co.,
2615 Leavenworth St.
DO YOU want a good automobile at a
bargain price? All makes and sizes.
Terms or cash. Call Mr. Jones, Doug,
FOR SALE A i"ew" 2 'j ton truck, never
been used. $.100 less than present re
tail price. Call Dougias 1900. Room
79 Overland roadster, starter, liirhts,
refinlshed, goojil tires, good runner;
worth $300. 2210 Farnam.
SOME bargains in used Ford cars. Mc
Caffrey Motor Co. The Handy Ford
Service Station, 15th and Jackson. Doug-
WE HAVE 60 good used cars to select
from. All prices.
MEEKS AUTO CO.. 2026 Farnam.
BARGAIN in Mllburn Electric, fine condi
tion, new batteries. See car nt 0115
military Avjv, or call Walnut 4109.
THE "DIXIE" FLYER. '"
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY.
2."20 Farnam St.
AUTO CLIUARINO HOUSE.
EXCEPTIONAL USilP CARS.
WANTED For spot rash, 100 used cars,
quick action; 110 delay. Auto Kxchange
fo JO09Farnam St. Doug. 6085.
FOB TERMS ON "'USED CARS
Look for the red seal on -rindshfeld.
OAKLAND Sensible Six.
MARSH OAKLAND CO..
2309 Far-.am St.
DODOF. truck for slle. will take Ford
or small car as part payment. Call
FORI) Sedan. 1910, almost new; sf.-.rter;
new tires; other extras. Doug. 8989.
1918 DODO IS," oveftrauled. bargain. See
at Morton's Garage. Harney 5750.
Ft'RD touring, 1917 model, flue shape.
largain. Harney 2790.
Repairing and Paintin g.
RADIATOR CORKS lNSTALLUD.
Manufactured In Omaha. 24-1. our serv
Ice for auto, truck and tractor. Uxpert
radiator pnd fender repairing: body
dents removed; new fenders made.
OM A 71 A A I TO RADIATOR Mi ll. CO..
1S19 Cuming St. Tvler 917.
Tires and Supplies
3"iS, 15.00; SI'xS'j, J6.00.
All sises In proportion. Look ovei
our rebuiits. Open Snpdav. Tyler !S6
PCS N ICth 8:. ICcystme Tire Shop
"NEW REl'L HVlC TIRES," CHEAP."
S0x;;i, FISK ..114.9.1 j 844 120
IIOxH 11". 93' 2:;.T4 $20 96
30x4 129.9.-. I 32x4 $19 Si
SEE US FIRST. IT PAYS.
K AIM AN TIRE JOBliERS. 1723 CUMINO :
AUTO electrical repairs; service stailool
for Rayfirld carburetor and I'olumbla '
sturak'e balterb-s. Edwards, 2lilC N. 19Ui. ;
For Sale by Owner
"20 acres n best nf .Saskatchewan's
wheat bell: new ?2,.',00 house, other
bldgs. nnd fences good. Ywn wells of
fine water; near goud town and m-1ioI.
J'rlce, $11 per acie: will glee bargiiln
nf fine growing crop If sold soon. Pho
tos on application. Box 1171. Bee.
COME to the best part of Canada. Been
hero 10 years; crop failure unknowr.
Write us for bargains. Alfred Olson .4
J. L. Butler'. J.and Agents, Box 132,
Mar field, Susk,, Canada.
Come to Canon City, rolo.: fine cli
mate. Apple orchards. Alfalfa fartnv
Small fruits; city property; stock
ranches. Write for fine booklet. Iluyucs
Ity Co. k I
KA'lK -C.vod no-acre "x. E. 'folo.. !
Prowers county farm; well inipro ed.
Lost my wife; too old to llnndle. Will
sairlfi -.' for j; per s. A. K. OIIimui.
FA It Mai WANTK1 Sell your land to an
huser. The- best way lu reach
them Is through an advertisement in
the "Farm Land" columns of th iv
f.ivorlto pupers. The Dea Moines Kogtuer
anil The Evening Tribune. Tho Frflnk
Lund company, Cheyenne, Wyo., !.
'The results Irniii the Den Moines Renir
ter ami the F.veplng TrTViuiio are not
i..u.ill-d bv any other paper that we
Hdvi-iilse in." Tlie Stoutenburg Land
company. Hutteifleld, Minn., told. us.
We .sold threo farms 1" a single day
through a previous advertisement In your
papers." You, too, run sell your l.iml
bv the same plan. Send us an adver
tisement describing your land in deta.l.
how munv acre-. Its distance from town
iimiI school; what Improvement it hiis,
if auv; how mnnv acres are under cul
tivation; how much pasture: whether
there Is a good water supply In fact.
t"ll all the thing about 5 oiirfuriu that
vou would waul to know If you were
imvlnir it instead of selling it. Then w
vlil tell vou. without obligation oil your
part, how llttlfl it would cost you K
reach th- te Iowa buyers through a gooei
convincing advertisement In our "Farm
Lund" column. Write today and get In
touch with th prospective1 buyers who
arn In the. market now. Tbi Des Mn.11. s
Register and Evening Trlhuiu, Dipt. S4.
Des Molner, Iowa.
lilG alf.ilf.i ranch in Snake river valle.,
Idaho. Fine c limate, close to open range,
school and town. Two flowing warm
wells and river feed grounils. Good build
ings and femes. All kinds of fruit and
Peril' s All under Irrigation and .plenty
of water. Ideal shVep and rattlo ranch.
I'nv 20 per cent to 25 per rent net on
price. owner, 1H20 Ada St., HoIre,
ONE OF IOWA'S
BIGGEST AND BEST
STOCK AND GRAIN
TO RE SOLD AT AUCTION
AT 1:.0 1 M.
JULY 1, 1920.
We will sell at TiiMic Auctior
a farm of 640 acres, known as tlif
Jiilliker Simpson farm; it is lo
cated in Pottawattamie county, 3!
miles from Council Bluff?, on the
r.ew White Pole road. 13 milrr
east of Oakland; 9 miles :iorth o:
driswold, and five miles s.-.uth anc
eight miles west of Atlantic.
There arc 440 acres in :.ne both
on which is located all of the ini
rirovcments; 200 acres in one bodv
across the .section line to the
These two tracts will be solo
separately; iiien the eniirc 64C
acres will be sold in one bodv
and whichever brings the mos
money it will be sold.
The improvements brive al
1-een built within the last two oi
three years and consist of tbc fol
lowing: Five-room, house with
full basement; large bam: corr
crip; granary; chicken house;
larce baru: corn crib; canary;
f chicken house; machine shed:
stock corrals; scales; thitegooc
wells and tlie land is all fence
hog-tight in several tliffereu'
fields. The land is slightly roll
ing; 27 acres is in timber pasture
80 acres in corn and the balanct
is seeded iswn to timothy anc
This farm is one of the l est im
proved, best located stock anc
grain farms within the boundariei
of the state of Iowa.
Terms of sale will be aanouncec
by the auctioneer before the sale
starts: the terms will be very rea
sonable and liberal to rsoonsibU
parties, so do not stay avvav thinV
ing you cannot buy this farm, a
the terms will be made so that
any responsible party can bur.
Sale will start at 1:30 p. m
Free lunch at noon.
For further information call on
Room 3. Horse and Mule Barn
South Side Stock Yards, or
S. S. & R. E. Montgomery,
213 City National Bank Building,
' IF you are looking for a real land proposi
tion, sie our low priced, level wneat
firms. and shallow-ater alfalfa farms,
in tba famous Wblte Woman basin in
Scott county, Kansas. The prices aro
LAND MARKET. LAND MARKET.
FRANKLIN. NEB. SCOTT CITY. KAS.
ICO acres, IV2 miles town, Franklin
county, Kansas. Smooth, highly im
proved. Abundance water. 30 alfatfa;
An pasture: remainder apring crops.
One best farms In Franklin count..
Terms. Write for description, price,
and li?t, Martin Strafups, Ottowa, Kan.
WRIT)-; us for prices and terms on 4ands
in Thomas county. Kansas. Fellon &
West. POT rourseBloclt!
MINNESOTA lands. 30 Improved farms
offered for sale by owner on long-time.
One-fifth cash. Located In Red River
valley proper, near Argyle, SteDhen,
Donaldson arid Tyler, Minnesota. Wri'e
for descriptive book-let ftjid price list.
M. Laurltsen, C20 zd Ave., S. Minneap
iills, Minn .
$25.00 Below Its Value
For a Quick Sale.
100 acres In the Platte River Vallev
2 miles from town. 120 acres under
plow. 30 acres pasture with runninir
water, ' 10 acres fine meadow, land
lies level, flood black loam soil. Good
4 -room house nearly new. Stable fir
tl head of horses. Granary for 2,0"O
bushels and other minor improvements.
Two wells with the best of water at
a depth of 20 feet. Buildings well
sheltered by large grove. Only S'l
rods from school. Price $140 per
acre. $ r. . 0 0 0 rarh. $j,O0O December 1.
Balance tfood terms. Buy 11 farm Hint
never frills to produce a crop. Ad
dress M. A. Larson, Owner, Central
Cl)l:N AND ALFALFA FARMS.
IMPR'VKl. IN CENTRAL NEBRASKA,
a the right price. Write for list.
LARSON & CARHAHER.
Central City. Neprsska.
ifl-i'-ACUE farm In Klmbalk Neb., dis
trict. About 30o acres under cultivation.
Practically all tillable. Flno wheat land.
!iod concrete barn, well, fences, smalt
house. Offered by owners. Ray C. Hall.
l."niiOACiES Box Butte county farm land;
$2i to J-Tf' :ur acrj in hulf section lots.
S. S. AMI R. K. MONTGOMERY.
S13fity N.ifljtiuik Bldg.
HAY $2 to $l"o"last winter." For KIU
luirn Valley iiay land write Fra-ili
Sch, rrii'?rhorn. 3.UfiMnle Ave. Omshu.
For Neb. Farms and Kanche ae
Orsbam-Petcra Realty Co.,
': "miiha Nsfl Bk. Bldg.. Omaha-
A. A. PATMAN. 1- aris.joi Karbach Blk.
iToMESTEAD rclinnillslmients. $1 pet
acre. Box 490. Casper, Wyoming.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
WALSIi-ELMER CO., Realtors, Real
Estate Investments, Insurance, xRen-
talr. .Tyler. 1536; 33SPwurttlnBldr.
PRESSED brb k iluplex flat, 7 rooms on a
H.de: oak finish ; Park Ave.; Income
$1,500. Snap at $13,600. Dg. 1734.
Real Estate Loans.
CITY AND FARM LOANS. 6 PER CENT.
DU.MONT & CO.,
OMAHA HOMES EAST. NU R. FARMS,
O'KEl.'Fl; REAL ESTATE CO.
1010 nm, Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 2715.
IHA'mONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lf west rates. Private loan, bootha. Harry
.Mala'hoek. 1014 Dodge
CS19. Es. 1894
$Iiio To tio.fifio made promptly,
ir D. WEAI'. Wead Bio.;., 310 S, 18tn St.
PKiVAf K MONEY.
SIIOPEN& COMPANY. Doug. 4221.
PROMPT s"ivi.e. reasonable rates, privjiii
money. Cmrvin Bros., 340 Omaha Nt,
D, E. RUCK. Loaus. iti OmaSi h-"
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