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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1920.
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Want ads accepted at ths following of
MAIN OFF ICE.... 17th and Farnam St.
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Sunday Edition 9;'J0 P. M. Salurduy.
i'KKMANN Pctlef. died a 'he horn of
hlx" daughter. Mr. Roy Skalth. In Coun
,11 Hluffa. September 27; age -"'
6 month, 18 days. Ho I "rvlved by
on on. ChrUa Scemann of Falrbury.
Neb., and three daughters. Mr. I runk
Froniong of Armour. Nets) Mrs. W. H.
Uoorh of t)mi.h. NeU.. and Mr. R05
. ..skalth of Council Hluffa. In. The re-
main wilt be taken to Falrbury, Nob.,
; Tuesday for intHiiietii..
DAVIS Margaret, aged 71 i-Rrs. lit ncr
daughter residence, 8303 Bedford Ave.,
Bunday morning. .....
Funeral services will be held at the
r.....i, funeral home. 2 4tl; and w lrt
..- iif.,,,.,..,!,, v at 2:30 1). 111. ReV
n.iii... win officiate. Interment ot
Creston, la., inursaaj
ijAACK Lo'ulae. beloved I wife of John K.
Jlaack, died Sunday. 8ept. it, ace "
J"iTneral oervlcea at th realdenca, 101J
B. 5Jd Ft. Wednesday, Sept. 2. at 3
m. lntermfni r.vii!ii vo.....,.
ruTTU-i..n A., id 17 yeara, beloved
aon of Mr. and Mra. Perry J. Smith.
i rnU.MrKav Co.'a par
1... iii iramam 8t.. Wednesday at 2
p. m. Frlenda welcome.
ivK wlh Tothank our kind friends and
neighbor for their aympathy and kind
V neaa during alcknrea and death of our
1 hei,veil huiband and father. Alao for
beautiful floral offering. Mra. S. K.
Fnulkner and IBinlly. '
"STACK & FALCONER
Thirty-third and Farnam. Harney et.
PIONEER FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
701 South 16th- St. .J2ula"Jlli-
t'ndirtakera nd Enibalmer.
Phone H. S65. Office) 2611 Farnam.
LEE L. LARMON XT.u
1816 Douglaa St. Donglaa 244.
JOHN 'PATH, 18th and Farnam. I. 3000.
U Henderson. HIS Farnam. Douglas 148.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Birtha .looeph nnd Effle McQaugh,
Omaha. Neb., boy; William and D.ira
Paulsen, Route 4. South Side, boy; Fred
and Mamie Wllllama. hospital, girl; Sam,
nd Anna Butos, S320 8. 28th, boy; Wil
liam and Hessle WcFarland, 2510 S. 20th
Ave., boy; Thomas and Rosalie Stoddard.
4108 N. S6th, lrl; Stephen and Mary Hut
fles. 218 8. 23d. buy; Sanfonl andSMa'y
Oifford. 621 B. SSth Ave., boy; Paul and
Eva Oloclfe, . 4006 N. 36th, boy; Edgar
and Theresa Brown, 292S Spring, slrl
Arino and Sebastlana Micell, J 016 Daven
port, girl; Sebaatiiino and Lucia Palermo.
1315 S. 5th, boy; Muuzio and Oulseppa
Ooatantino, 1625 8. 11th, boy; Blagio nnd
Oulseppa' Battlato. 1701 Castelar, by;
John and Perctalta Roblnsorr, Sarpy ".,
Route 5. girl J Ueorge and Winnie Scher.k,
C315 N. 28th Ave., boy; Herbert and Eliz
abeth Wiggins, 2833 Franklin, girl! Jo-
- ncph and Anna Tlnovky, 8540 N. C6th, noy;
Benjamin and Mary Blakely. hospl-al,
-boy. ' I
i Deaths Peter Havllk, 67. 1715 S. 1st;
Mela Peter Larson, 63, 1223 Chicago; Mrs.
Mary Buhler, l2. 35th St. and Woolworth
Ave.; Mary E. tllpglna, 30, 2815 Bi-rt;
Mrs. Lydla Fadlli Miller, 70, 2769 Dav.n
port; Anna M. Petersen, 59. hospital;
Donald Btrlan, 4, hospital; Ellen Clara
Jtollman, Infant, 3824 N. 24th; Mary A.
Fellows. 47. hospital: Richard Westbrook.
16, hosnltnl; John K.- Hai.ard. 86. 1503
Ohio; Jnmis T. Goodell. 64, hospital: Ruth
Klalne Beglev. Infant, hospital; Callle L.
Epley, 38, 4644 Douglas.
" MARRIAGE LICENSES.
The following permits were Issued to
Leo O. I.ny, 24 Omaha, and Gladys
;- IIIeromymus,20. Omaha.'
Matt Halford. 26. Omahn, and Mary
McJunklns, 26, Muskogee, Okla.
Stafford W. McCain. 28. Underwood, la.,
and Ina M. McCr.tn, Missouri Valley, la.
. Frank A. Williamson, 31, Omaha, and
... Ethel Webb, 23. Omaha.
Albln B. Nlson. 36. Polk, Neb., and
Jennie Beck, 37, Omaha.
Wlllram Qulnn. Omaha, 56, and Lula
F. Smlthers. 46, Louisville, Ky.
John A. P:-hcllenbarger, 50, Dayton. O.,
" and Clnra M. Mover, i", Winnebago, Neb.
JVIIHhm VnrHs. 3?. Springfield, 111., and
. Charlotte Boyd, 2", Kansas City, Mo.
v RM-h c. r'fcrtlt.' S3, Omaha, and May
B. ClarrlMov. 2t, Omaha.
Josct i i To-naseh, 25, Omaha, and
JIarie J. Vill;:, 22, Omaha.
Harry X. StoTv, 28, Sioux Falls. 'S. D.,
' and Agnt-s Snndvtg. 21, Sioux Falls, 8. D.
Michnel F. Goriek. 21, Omaha, and
' Jeiu.lt) Molxki, 21, OmnMa.
i. Roy Stevenson. 28. Omaha, and Helen
j. B. r.ini-h, 5. Omaha.
Ftliulelfo Franco. 26, Omaha, and Maria
'., . Ora::tr.no, 18. Omaha.
Beiijnmln H. Purcupile, 23, Omaha, and
Henrietta C. Weat, 25, Omaha. ,
Joseph F. flow, 22, Bellevue, Neb., and
. ilrytlo Hansen, 22, Bellevue, Neb. "
Roscoe H. Rawley," 43."- Omaha, and
Flora L. Wallace, 35, Omaha.
-Charles E. Gregory. 33, Omaha, and
? Mildred Gregory. 20. Omaha.
Harry Ferer. 1518 Burt street, cement
clock shop, 33,400.
Edwird Walasek, 1412 Pasadena av
,;emie. frame dwelling, $4,000.
George Burr, 3S36 North 60th avenue,
frame dwelling, $5,000.
Nebraska Power Co., 413 South 20ta
- clreet, hrlclc sub-station, $2,000.
Joe Cury, 2927 South 34th street, frame
1 Htere building. $1,600. '
'. LOST. JFOUND AND REWARDS.
" OR ARTICLES LOST on street cars tele
phone Tyler 300. We are anxious to re-
I store lot articles to rightful owners.
t OMAHA A COUNCIL BLUFFS 8T. RT.
J LOST Today, black silk bag at 24th and
Ames or Forest Lawn Ave., containing
S gold watch and money; reward. Call
1613 Lake St.
LOST First National bank. Fremont.
i, j check folder containing passbook and
; reilroad pas. Return to Box 335, F.-e-
mont. Neh. Reward.
COST Bulldog, dark brlndle. white on
breast, ear and tall trimmed, spiked
collar, .tag No. 296; reward. Call Doug.
1'Ol'ND Hor.se, Sept. 11. Owner may have
same by Identifying ssme and paying
for ad. 2109 North 24th St. Web. 2883.
LOST Garnet rosary beads with gold
t chain and cross. 24th and Mason. 19th
andDodge; D.5381. i
; STRAYED from SJ16 Chicago street, col
lie pup. Call Harney 3585. Reward.
THE SALVATION Army Industrial horn
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
mr;az!ne. We collect. W diatrlbute.
Phon Doug. 4135 and our wagon will
calL Call and Inspect our new home.
1110-1112-1 114 Dodge St.
I will not be rsponpablo for any bills
jntfe-te? by my wife, Mrs. Verna Bur
WXj '- r after the 24th of Septem
Hit? I aign, ED BURSICK. 4742
EATeTViSH massage by appointment at
your residence. Miss E. Anderson, pg.
Jl ENT. Hoover vacuum sweeper. Wal. 1947.
' MASSAOE 210 North Seventeenth St.
CWEDlaH massage. 313 Neville block.
TTgJ PiriO Sch00' or Dancing. 2426
A-""A rim. Douar. 735i.
Farnam. Doug. 795.
FANCY DANCING FOR CHILDREN.
SEASON. $20. KEEP'S, HOTEL ROME.
" JAMES ALLAN. 318 Neville Blk. Evl
'. d,nce ecured 1n sll cases. Tyler 1136.
l' RELIABLE Detective Bureau, Railway
f. M. none. 20S6. Night. Col. 465.
i n c I -w VATinVAL DiSTECTlVE I
'' AGENCY.' Ineotpoiated. Douglas 1107,
Arlington Bllt, Omana. r.eo.
BRINGING UP FATHER-
", I ' ma in
, cxai 13
L : 1-. , I
SEW1NU. silks. velvets, aklrta and
Jackets rellned, remodeled; reasonable.
DRESSMAKING and designing. Dg. 47,
Painting and Peconting.
PAINTING, paperhanaing. piaateiing.
FIRST-CLASS paperhanglng. painting. D.
PAINTING, paparhanglng. : WlBntMII.
Hemstitching end Pleating.
ACCORDION, aide, knife, aunburat box
Pleating, covered buttons, all sue ana
tyie; hematttchlrs, plcnt edging. ye
let rut work, buttonholes, nennat.ts.
Ideal Buttun and Pleatlns Co.. 301
Browa Blk. Douglas 1936.
Top Notch Shop Hemstitching, braiding.
heading, all kinds pleating.
rieaiing. tc-jg. ovxx,
Blk.. 16th and Dodge,
Room 35, pougn
W rant, repair, sell needle and part.
lfth ana Harney. Douglas 1113
Ilh anil Martha, St.. Omaha. Neb
Brass, bronze, aluminum and marhln
gray Iron castings.
rT A HjrXTr0 W pay th oat
prlc with privilege
ta buy back a
mall profit. GROSS
402 N. Ittb St. Doug
NEBRASKA Vulca Patch Sales Agency.
411 So. 24tli: distributors for Vulca
Patch, Parker's Lightning Auto Polish,
Hear Non-Skid Emergency Chains; order
SAFETY razor blades sharpened, new ra
ors, raror blades sold. Omaha Raior
Sharpening Co.. 15224 Dodge. li3 N. 16.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feather mattress-
es made from your own feathers, summer
and winter side. 1907 Cuming. D. 2467.
BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can be
purchased at Rlalto Drug Store. 16th
end Douglas Sta., Omaha, Neb
HATS cleaned anAb'.ocked wh'I you wait.
at Piuton Hat Works. 1607H Farnam
St. Work guarantied. D. 693
GET our figures on roofs: work guaran
teed. North West' Ready Hooting Co..
802 So. Slat.
JAMES W. MARTIN, Patent Attorney.
1716 Dodge St - Patent your Invention
and sell It to a manufacturer. .
FILMS developed; printing and enlarging.
Write for prices. The Ensign Co., 1607
WEDDING announcements and printing.
Dongias Printing Co. Tel. Douglas 644.
OMAHA WELDING CO. "The Ca'eful
Welders." 15th and Jackson. D. 4397.
FIT. I, dresH suit and tuxedo for rent.
J 0 9 K- 16th Bt- 3 n F' ma n. D. 3 1 2 :1.
DENTISTRY exchanged for Liberty bonds,
face valiit. Dr. Secor. 1017 1st Nat'l. Bk.
12th & Farrara.
right Safe Co.
RENT. Hooversweeper, del. Web. 4283.
ifATT RESSES remade, springs rep.H" 7162
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 921 W. O. W. Bid.
Omaha Towel Suppiy. 207 S. 11th. P. 523.
RENT Hoover vacuum sweeper. Wal. 1947.
WEAVING, old rugs remade. Tyler 1433.
Furniture and Household Goods.
AUCTION! AUCTION ! !
Complete furnishings of several good
homes including the home of Attlesons,
at 2660 South 26th Ave., which Is the
best furniture I have evar aold.
Will Be Sold In My Auction House
Southeast Corner !8th and Webster Streets
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 29.
Starts at 1 P. M. Sharp.
This Is the biggest furniture sale I
have ever held in Omaha and consists
of some of the best furniture that money
will buy. Three standard extra good
pianos, 4 standard talking machines and
,rccords; 1 ( very expensive Grandfather
clock4 this clock 13 mahogany with gold
face and cost $260 and like new; 3 very
hest sectional bookcases and 2 other
mahogany bookcases. 2 beautiful piano
lamps snd'4 library lamps; 14 extra good
8x12 Wilton Velvet rugs and several
smaller Wilton ruga: several of these
Wilton rugs have smaller rugs to match.
I have to sell 1 nearly new 9x12, and 1
new 8-3x10-6, nnd 1 7x9 and 2 smaller
rugs, all exactly matched and nearly
new Hartford Saxony; several other good
rugs all sizes; 1 very expensive Ameri
can walnut dining room set, William and
Mary period, and 4 expensive oak dining
room sets complete, the very best; 2
complete American Walnut bedroom
suites, the best money will buy these
3 suites are complete and like new; 1
mahogany bedroim suite, a beauty, and
several massive trans beds complete and
several Simmon nnd Vernls Martin bed
. complete; several expensive mahoganv
and walnut dreaders and chiffoniers and
dressing tables; nak and birds eye maple
(fTTnaers and chiffoniers, sewing ma
chines, writing desks and chairs, 3 of
fice desks and chairs, and other office
furniture, linens, drapes, fancy and hani
painted china, cut glass and silverware,
cooking utensils, gas ranges, kitchen
cabinets. Ice boxes, den furniture, duo
fold new and 3 extra good davejiports;
sanitary couches and hundreds .of ar
ticles too numerous to mention.
JAMES L. DOWD. Auctioneer.
If you have anything to sell call
Douglas 32S5 or Tyler 966.
ENTIRE furnishings ofS-room apartment
consisting of brown mahogany nnd
American walnut sets, Karmok Willow
rugs and dranerles situated In apt.
14. Elwood. Phone Wal. 3090.
COMMODE and bed with bedaprlngs, rugs
and stair carpet, dining, table, four
chairs, davenport nnd few other article
very reasonable. Call D. 6790 or Har.
2029. ' .
HOUSEHOLD furniture, bahy carriage,
go-cart, crib and boy's toys; no deat
hs; 635 So. 3f.th' Ave., Har. 907. .
WE buy old and new furniture, we pay
best price. Eureka Furniture Co. .Web.
206. 1417 North 24th.
LARGE size, hard coal burner, nearly
new, reasonable. .Col. S22S.
WILLIAM and Mary dining room suite.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
A. HOSPE CO.
i art and music
Piano for rent, 34.00 per me nth.
DRUMS, traps, marimbas. Instructions,
repairing. Phone Harney 2967. Geo, A.
Smith, 2761 Davenport St.
BABY GRAND, fine condition, beautiful
tone. Will sacrifice. Doug.30$.
UPRIGHT piano in verjV best condition;
3250. -Doug. 6790 or H. 2029.
MAHOGANY player piano. Real bargain
for quick sale. Douglas 3066.
new. for $95.
VIOLIN tor sale cheap. Dg. 6745.
PIANO, fine condition. Web. 2894.
Typewriters and Supplies.
AND s '
ALL MAKES, bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sole agent for the CORONA
Get our price befortj you buy. Every
machine guaranteed. ,
Central Typrewriter Exc.
Douglas 3120. 1912Farnam.
ALL MAKES Typewriter Co.
206Sx18thSt, Tyler 24i6.
PROTECTOGRA-HS. F & E.'S
820 Neville Bldg;
GLASS FOR BALE.
SIZES 6x7. Sx8. 8x10. BEST GRADE;
CAN BE USED FOR HOT HOUSES.
WIRELESS 8ETS. ETC,
TYLER 1660. 1
J ONE Edison Mimeograph,
Master Sales Co., 614 S. 12th.
tWILL sell following furniture cheap:
iueen Ann leauter luveicu maun, j
leather rocker, Mission style; one 9x12
i rug. An assortment of beautiful and
prlcely pictures. Can be aeen Sunday
10 to 1. Ckll Tyler 6171. 826 Paters
At Nathan Steinberg's, 1019 Harney,
SALE Store fixtures: will Invoice
stock, groceries, merchandise, give lease
on store for 2 years, with privilege to
buy, which is made by present owner;
good corner; only store; must chahge ell
mate for wife's health. Col. 2511 evga
SHORT time, sure and safe Investment,
7 per cent city warrants to net you 10
per cent E. G. Solomon, 617 Karbach
mag, uougias rz62.
BEAUTIFUL I'd seal stole, never worn,
$20; squirrel choker, $10; also new seal
coat, Harley Hotel, 0tu and Farnam.
WE buy, tell lafe. mke deaka, how
cases, etc. Omaha Fixture Supply Co..
S. W. Cor. 11th and Douglas. D. 3734.
WE buy, sell and exchange all makes
of typewriters. Write for list. Midland
Office Sjipp!y Co1406 Dodge.
DRY short klndllag wood for sale. Acme
Box Co., H. 1887
WASHING machlno and bench wringer
Jorsale. H. 1362.
SEWING MACHINE. Reliable, 15. 2430
FOR SALE jSewln. machine. Web. 38S5.
HEWING machine, reasonable. Web. 2894.
KINDLING, chenpT delivered. Web. 1286.
klNPI.iNO "and lumber. Web. 459.
WARD coal stove,'. 315. Wal. 20S8.-
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
.. New desks; used desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed, 1207 Farnam. D. 6146.
WANTED One band saw, 1 steel lathe.
Must be In good condition, if. Haslom,
Bowfrd, Neb., Ilox 182. .
WILL buy second-hand clthlng, shoes and
iurrijTurs. -jy. s!ys. a. aaveit. jua in. 16.
LIBERTY bonda bought. Macka Bond
Houao. 1421 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
Of nationally known concern desires
change; prefer California territory for
road work, but will consider other lo
catlon. Box Q-66. Bee
SITUATION Wanted Young man. single,
tiesires position running car Saturday
nfternoons, Sundays and evenings, If
necessary; good mechanic; reasonable.
Ilox 0-64, Omaha Bee.
WANTED Situation by experienced book-
Keeper wno nas several years experi
ence In the lumber business, both whole
sale and retail. Box T-1282, Omaha
SITUATION wanted, by A-l all around
nuiomoDue mecnanic, soDer ana indus
trious, 14 years experience. Address
Box T-1281, Omaha Bee.
Watch the Domestic column of Th
Bee. Lata of good places ar always
advertised. Don't miss them.
WANTS PERMANENT POSITION.
silk shirts specialty.
Laundry and Day Work.
GOOD laundress wants Thursdays out.
45c per hour and carfare. Unless you
want experienced laundress don't call.
Tyler 2957. Mrs. Bassett.
BUNDLE washing and houfe cleaning and
laundry. Call between 6 ando 6 o'clock.
FIRST-CLASS colored laundress
references. Webster 6308.
LAUNDRY, day work; experienced. Web.
BUNDLIi washing, experienced. Webster
day work. Web.
DAY work: laundryi
COLORED woman wants day work. Web.
BUNDLS washing, day work. Exp.
DAY work, laundry, experienced. Ty. 3571.
DAYWORK, laundry, cleaning. H. 69057"
DAY work, bundle washing. Web. 698,
WOOL blankets, lace curtains. H. 1130.
VYVORK. cleaning. Exp. II. 6945.
DAY work, housecleanlng. Harney 6129.
1 HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
HELP WANTED MALE.
' STENO. AND CLERICAL.
THERE ARE NO BETTER
POSITIONS IN OMAHA
THAN WE ARE OFFERING.
TALK IT OVER WITH US.
RIGHT REFERENCE CO..
536 FIRST NAT'L BANK BLDG.
EXPERIENCED SAVINGS TEL
LER; FOOD POSITION FOR
RIGHT PARTY IN OMAHA;
WRITE BOX O-IQ, OMAHA
HEAD stock clerk, $160 to $175; ship
ping clerk and foreman, $175; book
keeper, light set, $126 to $135.
BUSINESS MEN'S REFERENCE ASSN.,
917-18 W. O. W. Bldg.
Professions and Trades.
WANTED A piano shop man for store
work; must be competent to do re
flnlshlng, polishing, etc. State age, ex
perience, reference; a liberal salary; per
manent position to the right man. Or
ton Brothers, 216-218 No. Main St..
WANTED Buttermaker to take charge of
a new, modern centralized creamery In
Iowa. Must be thoroughly competent.
Address Box Y-1280, Omaha Bee.
FIREMEN, brakemen. $2S5-$250 monthly,
experience unnecessary. Write Rall
way. Box T-1261. Omaha Bee.
YOUNG man, study law. Eve, downtown
sessions. Unlver. of Omaha Law Dept.
Thorough co -so; nominal tuition. Sec.
!? 4 O"1"1' ' ' atlonal B Idg.
WANTED Flr.-t class auto trimmer. Cofl
seiun Motor company, Casper, Wyoming.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE.
110 South 14 Ht. Catalogue free.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
THU McCASKEY Register Company of
Alliance, Ohio, has an exceptional open
ing in Its sales organization In Nebras
ka for a man with the necessary energy,
enthusiasm, ambition and native sales
ability to sell McCaskey systems ai d
salesbooks on a very satisfactory com
mission arrangement, wherein, -commission
Is 'advanced weekly. This Is an
unusual opportunity for large earnings
and to become Identified with one of
the largest national sales organizations,
with Its opportunities for broad sales
experience and sdvancement. The suc
. cfuful applicant will be carefully
trained and assisted from time to time
by the district manager. This I a real
opportunity for one who can qualify.
See O. W. Aiilbaugh, assistant general
ales manager, Fontenelle Hotel, Oma
ha, Nebraska, Monday, September 27,
or Tuesday, September 28.
SALKSMAN WANTED For a progressive
ladles' ready-to-wear department. Fine
opportunity for a real salerman who Is
a trade builder and has the ahllltv to
handle a i.oslilon of this kind. Apply st
once. The Peoples Department Stoie,
HOOLO BE DRCiEO
UP ALL THE TINE.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
4 SALESMEN WANTED By established
firm with selling experience to sell and
demonstrate our line of Farm Tools. Our
product Is sold largely through and
with the co-operation of the hardware
or implement dealer. uur men spend
part of their time working with the
dealer and part of their time canvass
ing tne rarmer aistrict. r or mis worn
men with cars preferred, although not
absolutely essential. This Is a eomnts
slon nroDOSltlon that will pay and' pay
well the man who Is not afraid of
work. The other kind and "advance
grabber" need not apply. Write, glv.
lng full details In first letter. Prairie
du Chlen Tool Co., Prairie du ChUn,
SALESMEN wanted to present standard
medltal books to physician only. We
have Just Issued and now have In prep
aration many new books that are meet
ing with pronounced favor. Successful
books mean successful salesmen, good
Income, agreeable occupation. Perman
ent, exclusive, protected territory, when
you have proven your ability. Address
with fullest details and business refer
ences, J, B. Llpplncott Company, Fhlla-
delphln, Penn. -
ifbl'K. SALESMEN Write me at once
and I will put you onto a good Indus
trial proposition with plant nearlng
completion that has more good talking
points than anything J have ever work
ed on. I am cleaning up on this and
want some of the Old Guard to Join
me. M. J. Scanlon, P. O. Box 1304, San
SALESMEN wanted, with their own car
or rig preferred, to tall on farmers In
Nebraska and Iowa territory. Position
permanent. Salary and expense paid.
Experience In our business not necessary.
State age and previous business or
selling experience in first letter. Ad-
-' dress E. R. McClellan, 301 Leflang Bldg ,
WANTED-Three advertising solicitors to
work on high class railroad publication,
properly endorsed and calls furnished;
state experience. B. M. Wells, 802 Waln
wrlght Bldg., St. Louis. Mo. '
SPECIALTY salesmen In silverware, rugs
and blankets; can jse couple of good
men, out-of-town work. C. F. Adam
Co.t623 South 16th St.
TRAVELING Salesman, garage trade, car
furnished, 8175 and expenses. Western
Reference & Bond Association, 736 First
National Bank Bldg.
WANTED Man to handle high-class spe
ciality, exclusive territory. Apply by
letter. Detroit Scale Co., 610 So. 10th St.,
WANTED Salesmen to handle German
municipal bonds In Nebraska counties;
liberal commission. Fuhrman A Com
pany, Pender. Neb.
WANTED High-class specialty salesman.
commission basis. Apply by letter to
D. Ai S. Co., 610 So. lOth St.
WANTtD An experienced airplane pilot.
Credentials required. No not air. rsiei
sen Aero Co., Council Bluffs.
Hotels nd Restaurants.
WANTED Truck driver.
TWO OR THREE
OVER 16 YEARS OF AGE
WANTED Two experienced grocery boys.
Apply to Milwaukee Delicatessen, 616
ERRAND boy wanted
Midwest Electric Co.,
-Apply Mr. Tully
BELL boy wanted. Hotel Keen.
FOR GENERAL YARD WORK,
UNION STOCK YARDS CO.,
BOY OVER 16 YEARS
FOR MESSENGER WORK.
APPLY TO x
MR. QUIVEY, OMAHA, BEE.
T. F. REIMER CO.,
1 " WANTED
PAYING 7C: STEADY WORK
NICHOLSON ICE & PRODUCE CO.,
WANTED Chicken pickers at once. High
est wares paid. Modern plant. Good
working conditions. Armour and Cora
pa n y, Mankato. Minn.
WANTED White man, 18 to 45, to op
erate passenger elevator: steady em
ployment. Room 220, New Telephone
Bldg. ; ;
WANTED Drey line operator. Montghan,
one yard gas machine, in Iowa. Geo. K.
Thompson. 360 Brandels Theater Bldg.
CITY COLLECTOR and delivery man who
can drive car. Hlxenbaugh Co., 1814
St. Marys Ave.
WANTED Man to work In drug store;
all kinds of work. Drug store 32d and
COLORED man to rack balls.
Billiard Parlors, 1511 Harney.
. C. C. c.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Stores and Offices.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
STENO. AND CLERICAL.
THERE ARE NO BETTER
POSITIONS IN OMAHA
THAN WE ARE OFFERING.
TALK IT OVER WITH US.
536 FIRST NAT'L BANK BLDG.
STENOGRAPHERS. $126, $110, $100; be
ginner stenographera, $85, $90: P. B. X.
operator and file elerk, ,$85. $90; P. B.
X. operator and general clerk, $70, $76.
THE fflARTI CO., 1126 W. O. W. BLDG.
WANTED Cashier, one only who lives at
home with parents and can furnish first
class references. Apply General Office,
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., 2d
floor. 19th nnd Farnam Sts x
STENOGRAPHERS, $126. $110, $100, $"fi.
$S3. $75. WATTS KKFRRKNCK COM
1'ANY, 912 First National Bank Bldg.
SEE JICCS AND MAGGIE IN FULL
PACE OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BEfi
- " " I II
! h UUHh
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Stores and Offices.
STENOGRAPHER and elerk, railroad of
fice. Salary 9114 to. start. Western
Reference & Bond Association, 738 First
National Bank Bldg. .
WANTED Experienced cashier for South
Omaha market. References required.
Apply Btiehler Bros., 212 N. 18th St
EXPERIENCED dictaphone, operator;
good opportunity for right girl. Apply
nose Koausex, noz Farnam at.
Professions and Trades.
Does Pleasant Work Interest You?
If you arc between 16 and. 30
you can be a telephone operator.
Good wages are ' paid while
Increase in pay is made at fre
quent iniervaisi ;
Annual vacations with pay.
Continuation of salary while sick
depending on length of service.
Cool and cheerful rest rooms.
Meals furnished at cost. .
, Apply to ,
Room 616. a
New Telephone Building, ;
Nineteenth and Douglas Streets. ,
SEE US TODAY!
WE STILL CAN USE IN OUR PACK
ING DEPARTMENT SEVERAL MORE
EXPERIENCED AND INEXPERIENCED
WOMEN AND GIRLS AT GOOD WAGES
WORK ROOM NEAT AND BRIGHT
YOU ARE PAID WHILE LEARNING
rrtecE work on which you earn
AL80 NEED ANOTHER CREW OF
GIRLS FOR AUTOMATIC WEIGHING
MACHINES AT WHICH YOU EARN
OOdD MONEY FROM THE START.
PAY EVERY SATURDAY.
SKINNER MFG. CO.
14TH ft JACKSON STS.
you are not unaer 10 nor
over 25 years of age, we would
like to train you for LONG DIS
TANCE WORK. You must
have at least an Eighth grade
education. If looking for a per
manent position, see
318 TELEPHONE BLDG.
AMERICAN TELEPHONE &
Long Litres Department.
WOMEN AND GIRLS
FOR FACTORY WORK.
BEST WAGES. STEAPY WORK.
GORDON LAWLESS JCO., ; '
8TH AND POPGB.
WANTED Young lady for lyceum dra
matic company; refined, ambitious: cos
tumes furnished. Call between 2 and
,4 Sunday or any time Monday. 800
Balrd Bldg., 17th and Douglas, phon
MANGLE girls wanted at once. Apply
Standard Laundry. 240S Iorth 24th
Webster 130. J .
SHIRT machine girls. Apply Fontenell
Hotel Laundry Department.
Saleswomen and Solicitors.
SALESLADIES. WANTED. EXPERI
ENCED IN CANDY. GOOD SALARY. G.
S. COBBt THOS, KILPATRICK CO. .
Household and Domestic.
WANTED AT ONCE
GOOD EXPERIENCED COOK
. TOP WAGES
MR. A. W. GORDON
COMPETENT girl or woman for genera
housework, one who can take full
charge; no objection to small baby.
Apply in person. 412 South 48th street.
COMPETENT white maid for general
housework; s in tamuy; oem
references. Mrs. W. S. Weston. 303 So.
61at. JyVal. 278.
PFLIABLE girl to help with housework,
small family, good wage and nice room.
Mrs. V. D. Wead, 602 8. 40th St. Har
WANTED Competent white girl for gen
eral housework; no launary wora. sirs.
W. L. Shearer, 2309 So. 33d St., Har.
WANTED Good girl for general house
work; 3 In family; no children. 116 per
week to right girl. Apply 5022 Izard.
WHITE girl for general housework; good
wages: references requirea. m:i nun
St. Wal. 238; .
WANTED. AT ONCB
EXPERIENCED SECOND MAID
VERY GOOD WAGES
MRS. A. W. GORDON
WANTED Experienced white second girl.
Mrs. W. P. Hosford, 626 So. 37th St.,
EXPERIENCED nurse over 20 years of
age; cre of two children; good horn
and wages. Bar. 806, 429 No. 38th Ave.
MAID wanted at once, experienced. Mrs.
K. P. Updike, 3416 Jackson, liar. 2934.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Household and Domestic.
WANTED Girl for general hbuseworlt;
2 in family. Capt. McFatianU, Ft.
Omaha, Call Colfax 4600.
WANTED Maid; no laundry; references.
Mr. W. J. Hynes, 622 S. SSth St. Hag.
WANTED for general housework. Neat
colored girl, may go home .nights, slar-
WHITE maid for housework. Good wages.
No washing. Phoiie Harney 3077.
EXPERIENCED white cook. Mrs. ,W. J.
Hynes. 432 N. 38th St. Har.' 4760.
COMPETENT White cook. Telephone Mrs.
T. J. Dwyer. 628 So. 3 7th St., Har. 22 o.
GOOD girl tor general housework: gJbd
home; very good wages. Har. 1342.
WANTED Maid; references required.
Mrs, Edward Updike, 3612 Farnam.
WANTED A white girl to rare for small
child afternoons. Call Harney 6745.
WANTED Competent, reliable white
woman to do cooking. H?r. 200.
GOOD girl for general housework. Good
wages to right girl. Doug. 8989;
WANTED A competent! relKblo wljfte
second maid. Har." 206.
WHITE girl for general
laundry. Wal. 788.
WANTED Housekeeper on farm. W. W.
Estey8pejdlng Neb.- -
WHITE girl for general housework. Web.
., Hotels and Restaurants.
BOTH SHORT HOUR AND REGU
LAR TIME HELP NEEDED. APPLY
SUPERINTENDENT, BALCONY. .
, Burgess-Nash Co.,
FLOOR maid wanted.
LADY unincumbered and able to move
lUg orders for ornamental shrubbery
by using proper methods; landscape de
signing; Instructions given and liberal
pa advanced dally or weekly on re
ceipt of business; outfit and Instruction
free,, Write to ,
" a h. knicJht.
Landscape Artist and Gen, Agt.
644 So. 24th Ave.
WANTED Attractive girl for picture
vaudeville act. No experience neceasary.
Must be able tn travel. Apply Sunday
nnd Monday, Empress stage entrance.
GIRLS tp take course In shorthand, type
writing, oooKKeeping, eic; personal in
struction enables you to get through
quickly. Call Douglas 7774. .
WANTED Woman for cleaning 4 hou's
a day. Army and Navy Club. 416 Ho.
17th. Call Mrs. Wallace, Colfax 4793,
or Pg. 2714. i '
EXPERIENCED butter wrapper 7wanted.
Omahn Cold Storage Co.. 8th and Far-
BIO BISTERS ASSOCIATION, for the
benefit of business girls. 653 Bee Bli'c
GIRLS wanted at Rogers' i Confectionery,
24th and Farnam Sts.
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL.
Complete course In accountancy, machine
bookkeeping. comptometry, shorthand
and typewriting, railroad and wireless
telegraphy, civil service and all Eng
lish and commercial branches. Write,
call or phone Douglas 1565 for large
Illustrated catalog Address
Boyles Bldg.. Omaha, Neb.
Van Sant School or Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Oiaaha National Bank Bldg.
: Male and Female.
WANTED Men. ladles and boys to learn
barber trade: hlg demand: wages while
learning: strictly modern. Csll or writ
1403 Podge St. Trl.Cltv Barber College.
IERE is a golden opportunity or some
good merchant tp put 'In an exclusive
stock of dry goods at Fairfield. Neb. in
a nloe 60-foot front brick building. This
Is a splendid town, located In the best
part of Nebraska, This Is worth yur
while looking up. There Is nothing like
it In tho state of Nebraska. 2025 13
street. Lincoln. Xeb. ,
$$ CALIFORNIA S$
k Ton need not leave your present oc
cupation to maKe Dig money. .Repre
sentative wanted In every community.
Fully secured investment of $500 re-
nuired. Address 617 Mills Bldg., San
"$960 CASH BUYS THIS TERRITORY?
Own your own business; $100 a week
profit In 30 days; this Is a permanent
business and easy to handle, no ex
perience needed. See H. Bullock, Hotel
Castle. Phone Tyler 690.
FOR SALE OR LEASE A we'll-establlshed
bakery In growing Wyoming town of 3.-
000. All cash business. No deliveries.
Address Box Y-I277, Omaha Bee.
DHUG STORE -for sale"a't Wlsner. Neb.
Inquire of B. H. Schaberg, University1
TO GET 'In or ont of bu1ness.l LEWIS)
' CO.. 41 f McCsgne Bldg
FOR RENT ROOMS.
PHONE THE WANT AD DEPARTMENT,
TYLER 1000. AND ASK ABOUT OUK
BIO ROOM LIST PRINTED EVERY
WEEK FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUR
REAPERS AND ADVERTISERS.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished large room,
south and east exposure, suitable tor 2
gentlemen or couple employed, near car
line. 2109 Wirt. Web. 1376.
EXCEPTIONAL room In close-in apart
ment, walking distance, to quiet busi
ness woman; references required. Box
Q-63, Omaha Bee.
TWO front rooms In strictly modern
house: gentlemen preferred; references.
TO GENTLEMAN Strictly modern pri
vate family; close In, 2226 Jones. D.
TWO nicely furnished rooms; gentlemen
or couple employed preferred. Col. 3 4 91.
MODERN sleeping room, one block from
car line. 4435 houlh 20th St. So. 1429.
SLEEPING room accommodations for S
students, 118 So. 25th Ave. Har. 7073.
t 215 Paxton Court,
near 36th Ave. and Farnam.
CLEAN sleeping rooms within walking
distance. 1717 Burt St. Douglas 8144.
ROOM suitable for' gentlemen, breakfast
and evening dinner. Web. 3610. ;
1C53 PARK aT'E.; largo front room nice
ly1 furnished, suitable for two.
NICELY furnished sleeping room for lady,
920 So. 21st. Tyler 5247.
LARGE room suitable IVor 2 young men.
Eaat Farnam line. Tyler 2746.
NEAR two car lln.s. room adjoining bath;
lad y p re ferred. Walnut 3289.
PLEASANT room in modern home nlcsly
furnlBhed. Call Harney 1362.
NICE warm room in modern apartment.
Park avenue. Harney 3327.
TWO nicely furnished rooms suitable for
1 or 2 people. South 4312.
MODERN parlor. Kultabfe'for two gentle
men. Tyler 3087.
I LARGE aleeplng room for two. 410
PARLOR room. Kitchen privileges. Har
ney623. nTcK roon" 2 23 tH. "lt h . Tyler 411'i'.
NIC ELY furnished room. 5tlfx 63Tt.
ItOtTMsTror "risnu ,So. 1S6S.
Drawn for The Bee by McManus.
Ciipv right- I MO- International News Service
BETTER TO ORE
1020 Inti. Piarua tevici Ne,
FOR RENT ROOMS.
TWO light housekeeping rooms, newly
furnished. 701 North 3Uth St. Col. 8787.
2 OR 3-RoOM suite; iMwly decorated;
electrlo lights, range. Harney 4989.
FURNISHED rooms; very reasonable.
2013 No. 18th St., Web. 802.
NEWLY furnished housekeeping rooms.
j 2 123 Leavenworth. ..
THREE light housekeeping rooms. Har
TWO light housekeeping rooms, Webster
LIGHT housekeeping rooms. 114 No. 18th
Board and Rooms.
SINGLE and double rooms, good location,
near car, 2124 Blnney. Web. 6246;
ROOM and board for two gentlemen In
modern home. Hurney 6171,
BOARD and room for two ladles. South
Board and ruoitt for gentltinen. Weh. 6068.
2516 Blondo Board and room. Wal. 1660.
WANTED ChTTdren to board. Wal. 42 $.
YOUNG lady employed desire board and
room In private family, West Farnam
district preferred. No boarding house
proposition considered. Box 0-68, Oma
OR 4 unfuriiiuhed rms. for hskkpg. Heat,
light, gas tel. lcjry. ij,-. Web. 6240.
3 UNFURNISHED rooms,
gas and heat furnished,
ltu bath, light.
Call Har. 7136.
2012 NORTH 18th, unfurnished
very reasonable. Web.i S02.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
SIGHT-ROOM and sleeping porch, $100;
near Yates schoo:; refefences. H. 3144.
FOR, RENT S-nwra house, modern ex
cept heat. Douglas 7185.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS
Conveniently Itcated. Furnished
throughout.' Snlte of two and threfl
rooms, with combination tub and hower
bath. Kitchenettes completely equippea.
Weekly rental Ineh-des light, heat, gas,
telephone and maid service. An Ideal
home for those wht desire comfort and
service. Apar'niente shown by appolm-
ment. Podge n 18th. Tyl.-r 4300.
ONE three-room modern apartment, 1st
floor, east front, walking distance, to
party buying furniture for $250. This
is a great bargain. Act quick. After C
WILL LEASE choicest four-room apart
ment, sleeping porch; very reasonable
rent to party buying furniture. Phone
YOUNG lady employed, desires room and
board In private home Keierences iur
nlshed. Address Box R-30, Omaha Bee.
NEWLY furnished 2 and 3-room apart-
ments. Uara ge Bpace. 2124 Case Bt.
FURNISHED apartment In th Black
ttone. Harney 945.
There are still available some apart
ments In the attractive new buildings
the Mount Vernon and Montlcello at 620
624 South "31st Street. Ready for occu
pancy October 1. 1920. Look at them to
day. Rent $120 and $140.
PETERS TRUST CO.,
Tyler 644 17th & Farnam St.
WANTED 5 or 6-room modern house In
Kountze place or north preferred. Call
FOR RENT Business Property.
Office and Desk Room.
FOR RENT DESIRABLE OFFICE AND
DESK SPACE. APPLT SUPERINTEN
DENT'S OFFICE, BALCONY, AT EL
DRIDGE REYNOLDS CO.
ALL OR any part of 1.700 square feet of
choice office space; second floor Ken
' nedy Bldg., 19th and Douglas Sts.
SOU South 19th Street.
OFFICE with dentist, 1st Nat. Bk.; phyil
clan or specialist preferred. Ty. 2138.
-HORSES AND VEHICLES.
ONE fine driving horse.
2109 North 24th
St. Wob. 28S3.
2,600 lb. PAIR of marcs for sale. A. W.
Shuman. 2109 North 2"4th St. Web. 2883.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
FIDELITY nTvanE CO.
STORAGE. MOVING. PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS.
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
16th and Jackson Sts. Douglas 2SS
MOVINO, PACKING, STORAGE.
Sepsrste locked rooms far household
goods and pianos, moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
806. South 16th. Doug. 4163.
eeLOBE VAN, TRANSFER AND
- For real service !n hauling or stor
age, call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4333.
Auto or wagon service
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by II. R." Bowen Co. Tyler 3400.
UNION TRANSFER CO.
Let us estimate your moving, packing
and storage. 1605 Davenport Doug. 2908.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
TACKARD TOURING CAR
Model 2-35 even-pasenger. This car
has been completely renewed In our own
shops. This car guaranteed same as
new. Will consider light car or Liberty
bonds as Initial payment, balance easy
monthly payments. , (
PACKARD OMAHA COMPANY',
, 3016 ilarney St, Harney 16.
Buy a Guy L. Smith
A SAFE INVESTMENT.
We always have a few first-class
used cars which are real bargains.
Each is guaranteed and with a
real service behind it. Call Doug
las 1970 any time for description
of ears and prices.
eeKlj touring, fine shape, only $:6i if
Ukcn this week. Wal. 4763.
VslliD CARS AND TRUCKS AT f
STANDARD MOTOR CAR COMPANY.
(juallty Cars and Square Dealings.
2(20 Farnam St, Douglas 1709.
1 1 UDSO N SI PER SI XS EDAN S.
These tarly autumn days turn
our thoughts to a closed car '"!
a Hudson Super Six is a strictry
hiKli Krailc car:. which will give
lasting and satisfactory service.
We have several Sodans in differ
ent body styles, so look them over
early and got the style you prefer.
All carry our regular guarantee.
GUY L. SMITH.
26th ami FarnamSts. DHif. 1970.
DRIVE IT "YOURSELF
RENT A NEW FORD DRIVE
Tlin MOST ECONOMICAL AUTO.
MOBILINO. CHEAPER THAN OWN
ING A CAR. NEW. A-l -CONDITION
SELF-STARTERS OPEN DAY AND
NIGHT TH h. StiS DAYS.
1114 HOWARD STREET. DOUG. 3622.
Touring enr, very fine mechanical nrn
clltlon. Has been repainted, retired.
For nle at very fensnniUl.i price. Will
consider car in exchange. Terms to
3016 Harney Bt.
' Touring car, 6-passenger; radically
brand new. The price on this car !
right. Will consider Llzery bonds In
exchange. E Z ternisr
3016 Harney 8t.
This' Knight motored 4-pajiscn
ger coupe is just the car for a4
small family or professional man.
It runs very smooth and quiet,
with lots of power. Winter is
coming and closed cars are in de
:u ldl. die ill V1C-
ts. Doug. 1970,1
mand. See this one quickly.
26th and Farnam Sts
By owner, Hudson sedan, seven
passenger, 1920 model, extra cas
ing and rim; only 4,500 miles, care
fully handled. Present list, $3,750.
My price $2,400 cash; no trade.
Demonstration by appointment
Call Harney 3764.
AT A BARGAIN
TERMS IF DESIRED.
HUDSON LANDEAU, CHEAP
FOR CASH; LOOKS AND
RUNS LIKE NEW; PRIVATE
BEMIS PARK GARAGE,
1919 model, In excellent mechanical
condition; paint, tires, top, upholstering
good; will consider light car In ex
change, balance easy payments. '--
3016 Harney St.
TWO DANDY BUYS.
ONE APPERSON 17-6 CHUMMY.
ONE APPERSON 17-3 7-PASS.
BOTH IN EXCELLENT SHAVE.
APPERSON NEBRASKA MOTOR CO.
2626 DODGE STREET.
NEED THE MONET.
1920 Nash touring, like new $1,200
1918 Franklin touring 97C
1918 Chalmers touring 47(
' 1920 Maxwell touring 475
TRAWVER AUTO CO., 2210 Farnam.
WE "SAVE YOU
35 out of every $10 on eyfo Insurance.
Phone Douglas 7768. 313 Peters Trull
. Bldg. Continental Inv. Co.
1920 NASH SIX, sport model, 6 white
wire wheels, tires good, perfect condi
tion, driven lesa than 3.0v0 mlks by
owner. Webster 3927.
SOME bargain 4n uaed Frd car. Mc
Caffrey Motor Co. The Handy Ford
Service Station, loth ami Jackson. Doug
FORDS. DODGES. BU1CK FOR SALE OR
TRADE. EASY TERMS. CALL 8. 399.
ROJl.AUTOCO 71 8. ti St,
WANTED For spot "caah 100 used ears,
quick action: no delay. Auto Exchange
Co.. 3059 Farnam St. Douglas 6036.
1 you want a good automobile at a bar,- ,
wain price? All makes and sizes; terms
or cash. Call Mr. Jones, Doug. 6188.
CADILLAC roadster, model 67, almost .lew;
an core; tires, can Mr. cubbldge, care
Hansen Cadillac Co.
THE DIXIE FLYER.
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY,
2620 Farnam St
OAKLAND Sensible Six.
' MARSH OAKLAND
J3U9 Farnam St.
WE have 60 good . used cars to select
from. All prices.
MEEKS AUTO CO.. 2026 Farnam.
BUICK, fino shape, very reasonable, might
consiaer traae. Address 13ox X-99, Uma
BUICK touring, model C-25; fine haj '
motor completely overhauled. Prlced
low for quick sale. Tyler 3587.
DICKSON & Newman build garages.
driveways, sidewalks nnd do general re
patr work. Phone South 2794 or So. 1766.
REO 6, 1918 model, new tires, original
finish, like new. Price, $1,150. Call
H6266. or Web. 729.
1919 MAXWELL sedan, will sacrifice If
taken this week. Tyler 714.
FORD runabout, 1916. fine shape. If. S24
Repairing and Painting.
RADIATOR CORES INSTALLED.
Manufactured In Omaha, 24-hour serv
ice for auto- truck and tractor. Expert
radiator and fender repairing; body
dents removed; new fenders mad.
OMAHA AUTO RADIATOR idFG. CO.,
AUTO painting. 2768 Burt. Harney 6911.
Tires and Suppliest
USKD TIRES. ,
30x3, $5.00: 30x3 S $1.00.
All size tn proportion. I,ook ovef
our rebullrs. Oir Sundays. Tyler 2986.
908 N. 16th St. Keystone Tire Shop.
30x3 .....$ 9.!5 I 32x3 la $149S
S0X3H 11.98 83x4 30.95
Siix4 20.96 I S4x4 V0.i
Goodrich Guaranteed Ford Tubes. $2.61).
KA1M AN jriKJBOBBKRSl2 CUMING.
NEW" TIRES, 60 PER CENT DISCOUNT!
40x2 $ 9.75 I S24 ,$1 i
30x3H 11.90 33x4 19.5rf
32x3',, 14.90 34x4 20.00
STANDARD TIRE CO.. 410 NO. 16TH ST.
Motorcycles ani JJicycles.
WE HAVE a number of guaranteed re
built bicycle priced a low a $20. Vlo
tor H. Rons, 87th and Leavenworth.
INDIAN motorcycle, with aide car,extras.
sa le c hea P; Sylv la2 2 0 J'ort hl 3t hSu
FOR SALE Wulck. Harley" motorcycle. Ty
Bee want ads are best business
1 l , ,' , ... ,i.ev
FOR RESIT STOCK FARM.
6:0 acres, 31 miles west of omnha and
1 miles northwest of Ashland, Neb., and
H-mtio west of W ann.i occupied by B.
W. Wi lls. Thl place has 70 acres under
cultivation, about 130 acres In pasture
and 320 acre In hay. Small set of Im
provement. Anyone leasing the same
must have plenty of help and stock and
come well recommended. J. u. Bone, 8 4 6J?,,,
i-eari t., council Iflurts, Iowa. Tile
WANTED Fifty to one hundred thousand
KCrea of Mexico land. Tamaullnafl HI..
trlct preferred. Addrrt Box 0-67,
. Colorado Lands.
160 A. Burlington, Colo., $i00 down, ol
will Uko Omaha property, CoUax 4184.
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