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THE BEG: OMAHA. SATURDAY. APRIL 1. 192:1
Bojnl f llftthh to Di.triluitr i
(iirrular to lHrry lluiuc ;
in City. j
"Clf.n up Omaha, it i your fiiy,"
U )r f at turn UWh vtU 'l,r'
tin iifiuUu lo lie tti.inbutoi la
every luimc ly the htUU tUfar,
incut, in t ni'ntion uitli "Cleanup
VrI.'' uliiih Uru April lu
"I lull up. piiii u. trul up au4
Uc it Mi." i. iK'iIur uhi.h
PlKr. vuli te (ullgvuiiu ii.fornu
lion aii't iiiKciioii.;
tiiy iruik will luul amy on.
l-eiltlr. iuiir. Ihh'P. (run n,J luOi
lliat will nut liuin.
,Iki mill cimicri mutt t li
(iotiI oi by lioii.cholilcr,
Kulihi!i muH tc folitrriol ami mii
in a bo, iiainl or ffccpivl w In it
twn men ran carry.
1'latf rir.iln in tin tt'-Uy. ami
if no allry trt ihcui mi the tuit.
C all IniiB! S ami Kr (lie
Itraltri i.uriinrni, TIh-ii eite U'tA'
lion of ii iiuc to li luulrcl aw Ay.
Hum ar fating: uml arr in
the allry t-i on v.iiit lni.
lo not 1'iirn or put vanl tAhi
on paved '.
he careful of fire
Kill ih raM
I arm a
I arm ".he vacant lut ana Itey
a met it narliage can and
M on ti.lit.
Io ixit frcd ran and lr.I flic.
I lean your attic and ban'mml.
Crt the trti out where it can be
The purpose of the cleanup cam
To lexen dinner oi firei.
To safeguard health.
To improve the appearance of the
To make Omaha a fit place to live
Organizer of Union
Cireenlcaf Simpson, 77, one of the
organizers of the Union Stockyards
company of Onulia. died at his home
in Cleveland, O., yesterday, accord
ing to a dispatch received here last
Air. Simpson had never made his
home in Omaha, according to local
stockmen, but he spent a Urne por
tion of his time attending to busi
ness interests in Omaha.
Rev. Fore? A. Klli to Go
on Farm Near Dorchester
After occupying the pulpit of the
South Side Chritian church for the
lat for years, Rev. Ford A. Ellis
snrprised his congregation tins week
by announcing his retirement and
jxred his resignation in the hands
N.h'tTustees of the church.
Mr. Ellis said he was sorry to
leave the pastorate as he loved every
member of his congregation but iil
health compelled him lo give up his
mission. Mr. Ellis with his wife and
son will reside on a farm recently
purchased near Dorchester and they
expect to leave South Omaha soon
South Side Brevities
ORIENT COAT.? CERTAINLY. MA.
OOTd. SOUTH OMAHA ICE COMPANY.
FOR RENT TWO UNFURNISHED RMS.,
380 8. 24TH ST.
For rent: Pfvcn-room, modern .home.
CU Market 1S55. Adv. .
Deaths and Funerals
Henrv teu'h, 7, fuldent )f Omalia
lnc 181. died Thursday t 1727 South
Ninth itreet. He u a native of Ger
many. Ha ta aurvlved by three ions,
William of Pooatello. Idaho: .Henry and
l.ouia of Omaha, and four daughters.
Mrs. Anna Vlnquist. Mrs. F. W. I rban
and Mrs. Herman Blnta and Miss Lydia
Peutach: seven Krandchlldrcn and two
reat KrandchlHren. The funeral will
be held- from the Hoffman chape).
Another Omaha pioneer went to rest
veeterday in the death of Honry Peutsch.
7S. Mr. Deutsrh lived In Omaha 41 years.
He died at his home. 1727 South 'Ninth
street. He la survived by seven children.
Fwneral services will be held from the
Hoffman funeral home at 8:30 thle after
noon. Rev. John Koehler will officiate.
Funeral services for Mrs. Katherlne
Belster. 67. leader in Polish activities and
resident of South Omaha for 30 years,
who died at her home, 51 3 South Thirty
second street, will be held Monday morn
ing at In St. Francis church with solemn
high mass. Father Cyril Mitei-a will be
the celebrant. Father Gluba deacon, and
t"aier Kalamaja subdeacon. Mrs. Belster
satrvived ay six sens, Joseph. John, Max,
a-nk. T.eo and Anton, and two daughters.
rs. Mary Mitera and Miss Clara Beister,
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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
BEISTER Mrs. . Katherine. March. 10,
age ti veara 11 months, at her resi
dence, 4513 So. 2d St. Deceased is
survived by six sons. John. Max. Joe.
Frank. I.eo and Amone. Two daugh
ters. Mrs. Mary Mitera and Clara
Funeral services Monday at her resl
dsnce at 8 li a. m. to St. Francis
church at a. m. Solemn requiem
high .mass. Celebrant. Father Cyril!
Mitera of Ashland, Wis. Deacon. Fr.
M. Oluba; Subdacon. Fr. Kalamaja.
Interment St. Mary Magdalene ceme
BARM Mrs. Mary. May 30, aged 79
vhk mnnth and 1 dav. at her resi-
kVe:ice. 12 Elaine street. Ieceased Is I
fupvlved by three sons, tnarirs sua
dolh of Omaha, and Herman' of San
SaV'rancisco. Cal: three daughter. Mrs.
Max Flothon, Mrs. Anna Scauslcr and
ilrs. FreJerlea Olson.
Funeral services Saturday at 2 p. m.
at Hoffman funeral home. Interment
' Laurel Hill cemetery. Friends Invited.
DEUTSCH Henry. March 30. Age 76
years 1 months 27 days, at a local
hospital. H Is survived ty three sons,
William of Pocatelle, Idaho, H.nrr. and
. Louis of Omaha and four daughters Mrs.
Anna Vlmiuisl, lr. V. F. Urban, Miss
Ljdia Deutst-h, and Mrs. Herman Hlnta.
Funeril -ervtre. Satutday rt 3:20 p. m.,
at Hoffmann Funernl Home, inter
meal Wes; Lawn cemetery.
nftKv ' ue Tallin'
J III DtNTY MOOS&
rt 1-5 THE CAT'S
DEATH k FUNERAL NOTICES
BIIACKKN Mt. W. X. Mar-h t"t
0 rara. xiie Is eurMved by her hus
band and 10 rhlidreii.
Kunetal will be held from Free
Methodist church at Ulalr, Balurday,
April 1, at 3 o'clnck.
AUTOMATIC sealing concrete burial
vaults. Recommended and for sale
by all leading underlakera. Water
proof, no steel to rust, ao wood to de
ray. Inaurt upon the AUTOMATIC
SEALING VAULT manofactured by
Omaha Concrete Burial Vault Co.,
r t ADMAKirii. do. s:44.
LldiU lUUil JM4 Douglas
bTvTt with " fTovT:rs ""from hem
BWOBODA. Hit FARNAM STREET
1 HENDERSON. ISI'7 Farnam. JA. 12SS.
JOttN BATH. ISO Farnam. JA. ISO.
F. J. STACK & CO.,
Stsck A Falconer
Thirty-third and Farnam.
HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertaken and Embalmers.
Phone HA. US. Office 8311 Farnam.
Hulse & Riepen,
Funeral Directors. , 2224 Cumins.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
A. Raleigh and Maud Taylor. R. F. D..
Emll and Trma Glldy, hospital, boy.
James and Amelia Cavloroc, 6618 South
Thirty-first street, boy.
Elmer and Edna Gorwitx. hospital, girl.
C'Hlvin and Margaret RImerman, hos
Harold, and Daisy Pierce, hospital, roy.
Joseph and Sylvia Julicher, hospital,
Rov and Elsie Mites, hospital, girl.
Clifford and Ida Toler. hospital, girl.
Otto and Florence Schneider, hospltml,
Erlrk and Cella Nelson, hospital, gin.
Foster Locus, 41, hospital.
William Oleselman, 75. 1438 South
John O'Donohoe. 73. 2775 Burt street.
William E. Stanton, 57, 2608 Cumins
street. ... ,
Ruth Norino Lovelady, 3, 2205 Ave
Bessie Bailey. 43. hospital.
Marriage licenses were Issued to the
Clarence IX. Raymond. 84. Pacific Junc
tion. Ia.. and Silvia L. Robertson, 24.
Merret! Mason. 24, Stella. Neb., and
Bernioo K. Kennel), 15, Stella. Neb.
n.h..i riorb nvei Omaha, and
Anna, Clark, over 21, Omaha.
Frank J. Dredla, 25, Omaha, and Alice
M. Mlnert, 18, Omaha.
r.i,..i ttimnnrt, ?2. Ttellevuo. Neb..
and Iva M.' Brown, 21. Crete, Neb.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
LOST Gold bar pin. set with 29 pearls.
graduated size. j.iDerai rewwiu.
Hots. 1530 City Nat l. At. iw.
LOST Small Indian pony with white fare
and varv small leet. itewara.
Charles St. WE. 1SS7.
LOST Silver lead pent II with Shrine pin
on bla.k ribbon. .Reward. AT. 1295.
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. We collect. We distribute.
Phone DO. 413:5 an dour wagon will call.
Call and Inspect our new home, 1110-1113-1114
Dodge St, '
KATHRYN I RILEY
Skin and scalp specialist. ResLdence
work solicited. Appointment, JA. 326a,
Povlervn DB. A- N.. Chiropractor, 108
UarlSOll paxton block. AT. i7.
Office houre. 11 a. m. to t:30 p. m.
THEATRICAL historical masque costumes.
for plays and parties, at neucn a. unuu-
MAGNETIC baths: Violet Ray treatment
with massages. 614 a. iatn. ai.
SULPHUR batha. Swedish massage, chl
rorodr. Evenings to 8. 80S So. tOth St.
UNDER new management. Expert mas
sage. 404 N. 2lth. Att. 4.
RENT vacuum cleaners. 75c. HA. 1071.
MASSAGE Sun. and eve. aptni. AT. 6365.
ACCORDION, side, knife, box pleating
covered buttons, all styles; hemstitching,
buttonholes. Write ideal Button &
Pleating Co.. SOS Brown Block. Omaha.
Neb. Telephone JA-1936.
NEBR. PLEATING m,red Buf:
tons. 1S06 Farnam, 2d Floor. DO. 570.
W. H. H ATT E ROTH, lawyer, moved to
625 Peters Trust Bldg. AT 91S6.
Carpenter and contractor, general repair
work. Call C. A. Heaton. HA. VIST.
BRICK cement patch work. AT. 6797.
V'tr,'C,P'Q 1518 Farnam
Ijjr O Douglas 8440. Cla
Douglas 8440. Class and
private lessons. Ten Instructors.
LEARN to dance at Kelpine's academy,
case and private lessons. DO. 7S50.
PT faXl&x f.t?. (ry- J ( April fool! S
j ? v. '
I liOVT HURV OO TO
MT KOOM M VWie I
VVV Av LOT Or VyORC
pee ir iv IOI.OHH
is tuk aiNim But
RKI.IAHl.H Detect!" Bureau. Hallway
Ex. Bid.. JA. ZM. night. KE. J 1 2.
JAMES ALLAN. 818 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured In all cases. ATlautle 1136.
DENTAL X-RAYS, 640 EACH.
83 a full set. Sit Securities Bid.
DRESSMAKING In your home. The best
is always cheapest. AT. 244U evenings.
Nouveau dressmaking shp. 433 FaxlonBlk.
CLEANING, tailoring aults. furs. II A. M04.
ENLARGEMENTS, oil coloring, developing,
printing. Kssa Studio. 213 Neville Blk
FILMS DEVELOPED FREE.
The Enslgu Co.. 1607 Howard St.
J. W. Martin, Patent Attorney, 171 J
Dodge, room 20. Alan Washington, D.
1 help Inventors sell their patents.
EDDY Printing Co. S12 8. 13 St. Do. 8647.
BR1TT Printing Co.. 2"! Bromley Blk.
to buy back at email profit. GROSS
.JEWELRY CO.. Omaha. Neb. 403 N.
16th Sfc- Telephone DO. 6041
OMAHA PILLOW COMPANY. Mattresses
made over in now tlcka at hal prico of
new beds. 1907 Cuming. JA. S4S7,
PRESCRIPTIONS carefully compounded at
the 6 Sherman & McOonnell Drug stores.
DR. A. C. SABIN, RECTAL DISEASES.
Suite 810 Arthur Bldg.. 810 S. Kth St.
BLACK dirt and fertilizer, ashes and rub
bish hauled. Atlantic 6721.
8CREENS rewired, glazing. KE. 2701.
Furniture and Household Goods.
ANGLO-Persian rug. reed cnairs. bed, re
frigerator, dining set, rlano. 3516
GENUINE Sranish leather Dutold and
baby carriage, almost new. WA. 6564.
TUFTED bedspreads to order. HA. 72H.
CIRCASIAN walnut bed com. WA. 2573,
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
GEO. A. SMITH Dealer in drums, xylo
phones, etc.: instructions, repairing;
Z61 Liavenport or. r-none ny -ypi
TRADE your used piano on a new play-
er piano. Balance as tow ss iu per
month. A. HOSPE CO.. 1513 Douglas.
JOHN TAFF saxophone shop, repairing,
S-hmoIler & Mueller Bldg.. 1516 Dodge.
Clothing and Furs.
DUNDEE WOOLEN MILLS.
For sale, a few unclaimed, all-wool
"Dundee" suits, cheap, alterations free.
Northwest Cor. 15th and Harney Sts.
FURS remodeled, relined and cleaned.
KNEETER ALASKA run CO..
203 S. 15th St. DO. 728J.
CLEANING, mending, tailoring; suits.
furs. HA. 6804.
ARMY shoes, 32.90. 706 No. Uth.
Typewriter and Supplies.
Alt MAKES bought, sold, rented snd
repaired. Sole agents for the CORONA.
Get our prices before -ou buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc.
JA. 412. 1913 Farnam.
GUARANTEED typewriters. 312.50 and up.
Midland Office Supply Co.. 14114 Dodge.
FOR PALE FIXTURES CONSISTING
OF ONE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER.
ONE LARGE SAKE AND 18-FOOT
SHOW CASE. APPLY 3311 Q ST.. SO.
WE buy. sell safes, emake desks, show
cases, etc., omana f ixture supply Co.,
S. W. Cor. 11th and Douglas. JA. 2724.
EXPERT sewing machine repairing.
15th and Harney. DO. 1973.
FOR SALE Ecllpso gas range. Atlantic
PEERLESS popcorn machine. AT. 1114.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks, used desks bought, sold and
traded. J C. Reed. 1207 Farnam, DO. 6146
REFINED good all round housekeeper of
4S. daughter, ti. wants place, city or
country. References. Box Y-1S4H,
WANTED, day work, any kind. MA. 4215.
HELP WANTED MALE.
1 Stores and Offices.
YOUNG men. over 17. desiring govern
ment positions. St no monthly, tvnte for
free list of positions now open. J.
Leonard, former civil service examiner.
9" Equitable Bldg.. Washington. D. c.
Professions and Trades.
DO you want to Increase your Income t
Write the National Auto Bchool, 8814
No fUn St., Omaha, for catalog.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS SEWER LA
BORER. NO OTHER NEED APPLY.
AT. 1299. 1240 S. 13th St.
WANTED Printer who csn operate lino
type and do floor work. York Repub
lican. York. Neh.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE,
in S. I4tti. Write for tatalog.
-' 1 e
Salesmen and Solicitors.
Salesmen railing on garages and hat
try stations tu bundle new chsrglnK
ronnertton. Samiethiiig new. Evnry
battery man wunta thm. A sure-fire
seller, write tur sauipi ami terninry.
It. M. Salts Co., 6S43 N. M.
t'niah:i. KIT. 2521.
I HAVE a steady pusillon fur a good
imtn who ran furnh IKo i-aeh secur
ity. Mr. Collln, 417 Fontcnellelmte).
Stores and Offices.
VuiA'ti womi'n. uver 17. de.lrllig govern
nieut typist positions. J 1 20 monthly,
write for free list or puluon now p-n.
J. A. Leonsnl. former elvil servlf
examiner, i)9 Equitable Uldg., Wash
ington. I". C.
SALESLADY of good personality to learn
ren-ptlun room work In photographic
studio. Small salary put spicnnuj ruiurv,
Call R. ). Johnston, Rome Hotel.
Household and Domestic.
WANTED A housekeeper at once that Is
willing to raise cnnKens on snare,
and some wages, and neat and clean.
middle aged preferred, uox i-is
WANTED Competent white maid for
general hojse worK in apt; no lauour.
WANTED Experienced white conk. Ref
erences required. WA. 691. .Mrs.
W. Na.h. .
EXPERIENCED white girl for general
housework. Phone WA. e20.1. Kalracres.
Hotels and Restaurants.-
TWO good waitresses wanted. 1S19 Far
nam, HELP WANTED.
Male and Female.
ANY Intelligent person, either sex, may
earn 8100 to 3200 montniy corresponaing
for jiewspapers: 85 to SIS per eolumn;
all or spare time; experience unneces
sary: no canvassing. Send for particu
lars. National . Press Bureau, Buffalo,
WANTED Men, ladles and ooya to learn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St. Tri-Clty Barber College
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL.
Complete courses in accountancy, ma
chine bookkeeping, comptometry, short
hand and typewriting, railroad and
wireless telegraphy, civil service and all
English and commercial branches.
Write, call or phone Jackson 156S for
large Illustrated catalog. Address
Boyles Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Van Bant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
ANNIE B. GLASGOW, voice and piano,
603 Karbach Blk. JA. 1081.
1807 FARNAM 5-room apartment, com
pletely modern; suitable for offices,
studios, dental or dressmaking rooms,
etc., for tenants wishing home adjoin
ing. T. F. Hall. 434 Kailway Exchange.
ANY business sold) for cash, no publicity;
10 to 30 days Northwestern Selling
System. Sioux City.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR
PROPERTY, SOFT DRINK PATtLOR.
APPLY 3311 Q ST., SO. OMAHA,
7-RM: steam heat; downtown location,
3600 and terms. AT. S797.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
Farnam, at 24th.
Single rooms with private bath at
110.60 per week; for two, $12.50 per
Two large outside rooms with bath,
$20 per week.
A SATISFACTORY PLACE TO LIVB
MEN only. Single and double rooms with
running hot and cold water, also 2 and
3-room apartments with private bath
and shower. Steam heat, walking dis
' tance. Brown Bachelor Apts., 508 N.
21st St. Douglas 6644.
GET YOUR ROOM
through The Bee furnished room di
rectory. Call at office for list of choice
desirable rooms in all parts of the city.
A service that benefits both advertiser
snd room seeker.
FURN. mi!, with priv. bath; warm, com
fortable, cheerful: prices reasonable, day
or wk. Hotel Hamilton. AT. 4701.
HOTEL SANFORD. 19TH AND FARNAM,
HOTEL HENSHAW. 16TII AND FARNAM.
Special rates to permanent guests.
TWO lovely rooms, attractively finished;
alj-o front room on first floor, brick flat,
walking distance. AT. 5518.
TEL. Hnr. r.94. Room for gentlemen,
private home. Reference.
CLAKEMONT HOTEI. 17th. near Jack
son; week rat?. $6 to $10. DO 2735.
PLEASANT furnished room. In private
home. 5710 Mason street. WA-5307.
LARGE comfortable room for two, fine
for summer. California. HA-2500.
LARGE modern room, home privileges;
br-akfast if desired. Webster 692.
PLEASANT room adjoining bath, private
family, horn privileges. WA 0840.
I.ARGE room for 2. private family. WA
UNION Hold, $J per week and up.
re jiccs and MAccie in hu
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FOR RENT ROOMS.
THE GUIDE TO ,
the better housekeeping rooms Is the
directory furnished to advertiser and
room hunter. Call at Bee office for
free copy containing desirable t a cane lea
In all parts of the clty
TWO unfurnished room for Imusekecp.
ing; short block to car; garage. WE.
ATTRACTIVK light housekeeping and
sleeping rooms, newly decorated. 1537
N. lull on Florence, blvd. WE. S02.
WARM and well furnished one and to
room apts., .close In. 212 St. .lurs
TWO sttractiva housekeeping rooms, com
pletely furnished. 2111 Douglas.
LAR'liE front room, everything complete,
walking distance. AT 41n'.
FURNISHED light housekeeping rooms
70J S. Ith. CoiinoiJJLUiiffs. Phone 4600
TWO furnished housekeeping rooms. Heat,
electric light. 86. 2i09 Dodge.
2 and 3-room apts., all modern. JA. 31X6.
Board and Rooms. .
NICELY furnished room with board for
two ladles In private home. Reasonable.
ATTRACTIVE mi. with hoard for 2, walk
ing distance. 325 N. 26th. JA. 2781.
ROOMS, home rooking, garage. W'B 6779.
WANTED Child to hoard. AT. 8634
FOR RENT HOUSES.
401 NORTH 59TII ST.
Snlndid 9-room house with garage
beautifully furnished throughout with
exceptionally high quality furniture;
house modern in every respect; walls
canvased. Owner built it for a home.
Will rent or sell at reasonable figure.
Call AT 02.14.
FIELD CLUB SEMI-BUNGALOW.
Seven rooms. 2 years old. located at
3917 So. 36th St., $70 per month. JA.
0564. Evenings. HA. 2297.
TENTH ST., 1123 South, 5-room outside
apartment, strictly modern. DO. 6392.
$22.506 mis., not modern, S30 S. 19th St.
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS.
COMPLETELY furnished 3 and 3-room
apartments, private bath or shower,
steam heat, walking distance. Brown
Apts.. 608 N.. 21st St. Douglas 56)4.
THREE rooms strictly modern, furnished
comptete. ' Adults only. Reference.
3013 Chicago St.
NEWLY furnished, recorated three and
four-room apts.. in splendid neighbor
hood, $60. 418 N. 39th St. HA. 3114.
MODERN 7-room flat. South 16th; furni
ture for sale; bargain. JA. 0162.
FOUR-room apartment. KE. 1 OSS.
IO Q room modern apartments. THE
J "DRAKE RENTAL AGENCY.
1702 Howard St. AT. 9708. JA. 2806.
Four "rooms and bath, second floor.
855; thlfd floor, $50. Wal. 3888.
Peters Trust Company,
WHERE OMAHA RENTS.
DAVENPORT, 2618-24 Hlldrich Apis.. 2
ton, Furnished. Electric lights, steam
CENTRAL No equal, comfort and price.
a, 4, or 5-room apts., apply 2204 N. 23d.
STEAM heated apartments, 4 rooms, close
In. O. P. STEBBINS, 1610 Chicago.
FOUR-room modern brick flats at 2212
N. 21st St.. $30 and $36 month.
WANTED TO RENT.
GENTLEMAN desirea room and board;
walking distance of 16th and Farnam;
private family preferred; give full par
ticulars. Box B-264. Omaha Bee.
Unfurnished Apartments and Houses.
WANTED To rent by May 1. 6 or 7-room
house, modern, in good neighborhood
with option to buy. .Can give best of
references. WA, 4150.
FOR RENT Business Property.
STORE room. 1017 and 1021 w. Broadway;
good location for any line of business or
wholesale. 1021. has 10 rms. on 2d floor.
Fine oportunity for R. R. hotel and
cafe. Phone mornings. C. B. Red 2060.
1S07 FARNAM Store room. 24x132. If
tenant wants more room, will build two
stories above, each si;x!32, with light on
three sides. Thomaa V. Hall, 434 Kail
way Exchange. DO. 7406.
1,200 to 2.000 feet space first or second
floor. Downtown district. Call R. R,
Johnston, Rome Hotel, .
FOI? RENT Business Property.
MERCANTILE STORAGE AND WARE
HOUSE CO.. 11th and Jones Sts.
H. III. Christie, warehouse & track'ge prop.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
PACKING STORING SHIPPING.
Phone Jacknon 02? 8.
1107-11 Howard St.
ESTIMATES furnished on storsge and
moving. Contracts takn by Job or hr
Globe Van At Storage Co. JA. 4338. AT.
V230. t29-:A North 16th St
I 1 I
MOVINQ AND STORAGE.
Serarate locked rooms for household
goods snd piano., moving, picking and
BEE INS OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE.
0 South 16th. DO. 4163.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
HARNESS AND SADDLES.
We make them ourselves and sell
th.in direct to the farmers, you get the
best t.iat can be made at first con.
Harness that sold fur $94 last year,
ttj now. Write for free catalog.
ALFRED CORNISH & CO.,
J2I0 Farnam St.
BAY saddle horse, three gaits, walk. trot,
ranter, at Elmwood stublcs; ti2d and
Dodge; price 12j.
CLEANED WHEAT SCREENINGS. $1 75
PER 100 POUNDS. A. W. WAGNER,
foil N. li.TH. J A. 1142.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
FORD Coupe, fully equipped, very good
C. B. PAULSON MOTOR CO.
AUTHORIZED FORD AND LINCOLN
Kenwood 0146. 20th and Ames Ave.
Ford coupe or sedan with starter. Also
Dodge and Bulck roadster. Call at 2056
rarnam ni. wim your car.
BOMB bargain In used Fords; prompt
delivery on new Fords.
M'CAFFPSY MOTOR CO.,
The Handy Ford Service Station.
16th and Jackson Sts. DO. 3500
REAL USED CAR BARGAINS.
t.asn or lime, nuy or bell.
Fords, from $50 and tip.
Dodge, Bulcks and others, $100 and
Ford bodies winter tops.
GOLDSTKOM AUTO SALES CO..
1318 Harney St. Central Garage.
1919 OAKLAND touring car. very good
condition, i good tires. . $350, terms.
Call Barrett. HA. 0345 for demonstra
tion before 0:30' p. m.
BETTER USED CARS AT LOWER
PRICES WILL BE FOUND AT THE
NEBRASKA OLDSMOBILE CO., 1STII
BUY A GUY L. SMITH USED CAR.
. Slslfa ).-. .
Z6th and Farnam Sts. Phone DO. 1970.
DODGE fterinn 1mI tnn.l ttnnZ
miles. Mechanically perfect. For sale
at i.w.,inire price, at. alio
LOOK over our list of usoa cars
THE AUTOMOTIVE MARKET.
g(t'n"m HL AT. 7835.
WH T T rtT,Y!P0RTIN'1' 000 d"s
AJXJ x AUTO ACCESSORIES.
MAGNETO coll. $2.60; fan. 75c; horn, $1;
tubes, 50c. Neb. Auto Parts Co., 1016
USED radiators, all makes for sale. Green-
fuan iauimor nepair, zu.is rarnam.
HOLLY, expert auto trimmer. 812 8. 24th.
692 ACRE STOCK FARM. $16.25 per acre.
Located 155 miles south of St. Paul. 12
miles from a town of 30,000 and nenr
shipping station; 6-room house newly
repaired snd painted; good frame barn,
hog house, chicken house, well and
pump: 100 acres field, 240 acres
meadow, balance well grasseVl timber
pasture; level productive soil. This farm
will pasture and produce winter feed for
150 head of stock. Owner has other
business. Above prico for quick sale.
Easy terms. Sperry Realty & Inv. Co.,
Pittsburgh Bldg.. St. Paul, Minn.
TP A P MR v-r'ts M. A. Larson, Central
A JXSXIUO city, Neb., your wants for
acreage tracts, tarms.
GOOD cattle ranch for sale or trade.
Well Improved place: modern house.
.T. A. Manta, North Platte, Neb.
LANDOLOGY free; special number, just
out, containing many facts of clover
land In Marinette county, Wisconsin. If
for a home or an investment you are
thinking of buying good fart lands,
where farmers grow rich, send at once
for this special number of Landology.
It. la free on request. Address Skld-more-Rlehle
Land Co., 433 Skldmore-
. Rlehle Bldg., Marinette, Wis.
Money to Loan
$30.00 to $500
on Furniture, Pianos, Etc.
T.ps than legal rates, monthly pay
ments. QUICK. Qt'tKT AND CONFIDENTIAI.
OMAHA LOAN CO., -
606 Karbach Block. Tel. JA. 2295.
Southeast corner 15th snd Douglas Sts.
Real Estate Loans.
WE have cash on band to loan on Omaha
E. H. I.OUGEE, INC.,
638 Keellne Bldg.
Po mvvi T none No delay on western
r dl III lAJdllij js-ehr. farm. ranches
Kloli. Investment Co.. 845.0m. Nat'l Bank.
OMAHA nO.MES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1"18 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Jackson 2711.
FIRST morlg.ge loans niRde promptly
' on Omaha real estate. Shopen ft Co..
Realtors. J A. 4228. 234 Keellne Bldg.
$lo0 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wesd ft I). H. Bowman. Wead Bldg.
Stocks and Bonds.
LTBKRTT RO.NT3 bought and sold. AT.
344. Mark's Bond House. 14211st Nat,
J H. M1THKN paya rno8f for I.IRKRTY '
BONDS. tJl CUy NsfL Ban UJd. k
Drawn for The Bee by McManui
ti w (!
I WltH ME HCAO
WUZ, CaCCCR tO
I COULD 4IT A
Cit CAT m
The Bee by Sidney Smith
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
WE liiii; pr. ll-.lly told all'of our
houses frnni $j.6oe down that ran bo
handled from 1 1. Oct sj a ftr.t payment,
balance monthly payments off of our
li.t In th' 1:M two wetk. If yuu have
a property that can be handled on the
Hbuta bail tan aure uu quick
I'AVNH INVESTMENT rojtPAXT.
837 Omaha Nat l Hank llldg. fo. ilsl.
WANT Immeiiiatrly from mvtier the bei.t
uicdium priced five or M-ruom house,
tn Luod ior.iiion, thut $ tluwn will
buy. Call Mr. Schiucdcr. Harney 0411.
WE are unxlous to obtain listings of
Montana lundx located west of Miles
City. If you hava land that you wish
to sell, please write us. The Harring
ton I.miiiI Co. Shtyton, Minn
List your horn-- Buy uiir botna
BINDER & OTIS,
Real Estate. Loans. Rentals. J A, 2581.
CharjesW7 Young & Son
Teal Estate. Rentals, Insurance.
1602 City Nut. Bk. AT. 9668.
HAVE inquiries for homes do you want
to sell your property 7 List It with
C. A. Grlmmel. Omaha Nafl Bk. Bldg.
liRTl Tc.MTfl Re"J' Co. List with
w ta tia for quick reaulte.
1418 1st Nat'l Bk. Bldg. J A. 1968.
D. ROY WOODWARD.
Investments and Insurance.
J A 3236. 703 Peters Trust Bids.
To buy or ae Omaha Real Estate see
FOWLER & M'DONALD
1120 City Nat'l Bk. Bldg. JA ckson 1420
RTpTTrprp Writes Tornado and
JA AVIV 1-1 A A Windstorm Insurance
350 Peters Trust Bldg. JA. 0633.
To Buy or Sell Real Estate See
. V. SHOLES CO..
913 Cily Nat. Bank. J A. 0046.
327 Securities Bldg. AT. 4956.
GEO. T. PORTER it CO.
Real Estate. Rentals, Insurance.
105 South 181b. AT. 2990.
WANT 6 or 7-room, well located. In Dun
dee, by the first; have cash. Box 121,
Western Real Estate Co. JA. ;ni07.
REAL ESTATE, INVESTMENTS
SEE F. 1. Wfad & D. H. Bowman.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
WE havo investments and exchanges from
$3,000 to $6,000. See our listings.
BROWNE & TRACY,
642 Securities Bldg. AT, 8350.
EXCHANGE Los Angeles npurlment
house, value $50. "00, for Nebraska prop
erty. H. H. Glover. Grand island.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Owner very anxious to sell, snd has
cut tho price from $2,600 lo $2,200, with
$250 down. A 4-room cottage in Benson
with electric lights only. This is a
nice 1n:in- lot. and ideal for the man
who wint-t to raise chickens and a gar
den. Call Mr. Mitchell, KE. 0799, or
offica open to 9 p. m,
AMOS GRANT CO.. REALTORS.
DO. 8:;S0. 210 S. 1Sth. Ground Floor.
Desirable Dundee Home
Owner leaving1 city April 1; price r?
tluted to $8,600; must bo eold; want of
fer; good lurmii; 7 room, modern; good
location on &lst near Farnam; carries
new $ ..Boo builrtinK nnd loan.
Fowler & McDonald,
112 City Nat Bk. Bldg. JA 1426.'
LEAVING FOR CALIFORNIA.
beautiful practically new, modern home;
oak floors and finish throughout: full
' cement basement; largo lot. many other
attractive leatures. Owner leaving as
soon as sold. $1,100 cash will handle.
Evenings HA 44t5.
II. W. VOLLAND.
10 Peters Trust Bldg. AT. 8585.
Brand new home, Just being finished;
easy terms. Phone JA. 2X50.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
GEORGE & CO. ISSS.XZZ
REALTORS. AT. 3024.
NETHAWAY sells and trades. KB. 140K.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
RE.VI. ESTATE MEN TAKE NOTICE.
2424 X, 50X115047 LAKE ST.
Owners will sell nine acres located at
501 li and Military avuu. choice tract
for laying out nv addition. Lays
hrtrh, overlooks Country club golf
course, close to car lino and all neces
sary Improvements. New additions are
being laid out on the i-outh and north,
this ground ii-s in tetween and Is by
far the most desirable. An opportun
ity for someone. See Mr. Hudson of
SEAVEY HUDSON COMPANY.
Property West Our Specialtv "
225-229 Cily Nat l. AT. 9069.
' NEW If OMR,
AM mod five-room Ketlaatone
bungalow, ifady to move into at one.
Oak fmith in living and dining rooms.
Oak f lonrn throughout ; newly d-or-atfd.
Location in very good, rtdenr
district. Ask for Mr- Grant. AT. 25.
41 Pod-air. s una., n,d I t -''MO. if i m AT
D. K, BUCK & CO. bajr and aelt home.
REAL LSTATK IMPKOVLD
'"" ' r"u vi k Vm. r
ARliK Hu4 .K.I U
hg 4 M l l t'W'VMI.l IIH.
Ucmis Park Iot
l t l ! ' ' I
"rf W Ir- lull1.
Rhl I. Ill W..l. HI4 4T l;i
Own Your Hoims
Start Toilay, r(H) Puwn
.. lit M.M.I II Kill fcu 4 Iftm
I ..Ultl llMU l-l. il i'- ' fcll'
I K ikiMj k.oP IM('I tuH4 (' -
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i .! K4 l tVll( It'll. Iff
I '"I wis
The Ilyron Hml Company
111 rrn HI
l Ma la lavasMoen .i..:H g of att
f.ii ot liuu.a en-l voa 1 hhiii lo.
e. epilog U'tt, It . 1 i"i v is al...
lag a-"'-! rIM't al lha trditt Pmu, at
1 l lllta WilH the ra-lfv shl. 4'al
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AMnH iK.r W, PLALTGIta.
i,i I II M' f t'h lircind tl,r
" ' "tlll l.l II I'Altai.
A bte'iinui, a.tfoii lo. ail-in for a
hoot. 1 it !t,i t tiool i' 1
H IH. 1.1 lor ' i't if 4 h.a .".
l. JllJ ilaia ask fur Mt. tei AT.
,'t rtetllna ....
Fil $!" "lib Kr aii-rm-m nplrit , ess
faviusnts; hoy for a home. Cfih,
Haa. Jack. :, , -
f 1: H him' how, I ia.h. Hi N.
,3.1 ItatlU-.d ! I: 4a.
IIFMT 4IEHTHIMI. IV.
I p la. .1.1 fita-rooin turta't-w w:tl
fettui and full letnanled l.eanirnl. Wra
"Hit. nit sly fimah'd and in perfavt n-n.
anion. I root on It'll A. neaf
Win.l.or school, l asv term". Known bl
appointment. Call Grant Jlauson, WA
Benson & Carmichacl,
(41 Paitan Htork .
VISIT modal hoioa at 2:l . s4ib St,
furnished by orchard ti Wllhetm, Co,
built by C. . Catllerg. Opeo week data
3 to & snd t m I n. in.; Kun.. 3 lo a p. in.
payments. I'hona Htswart. TUl.ton. 10-W,
S.'tlf iiiJWARD ll.tliae, net lot, a rooms,
hot wat.r boat, electric light, fin bain
fixtures. Ilutftank. J A l'-23.
"Cathedral District Lots
S feat south front, best buy Hi H't
district; lhf Iota are teat of 4t"
Gallagher & Nelson,
' peter Tills! lUdiT
On S. side of l.arlinora Ave., betwaag
74th and 27th His Will sell on east
payments or will build to our older.
AT. 36(0. '
FINE DI'Nl'KE LOT.
8. E. corner r.3.1 ami Dodge St.. U'6
lo ft; price $f-.0OU. owner. ii'.O Mr
tie Ave. Phone HA 3123.
I I NH Ooulile chit a'.. Z".i and Farnan
Sts Prica $t:.non.
ALFRED TII'iMAS A SON CO,
604 First Nil. Hank. J A. QUI.
FINE high south front iot. $T'.'S.
H. S. MAN Vll.LK. Rcillor.
AT. 2103. H.'i IVter Trust Bldg.
CHOICE Parkwood-"un44x!3 feet, a
6551 Florence Blvd.. must sell at onct
BAST front corner lot. 1 'i blocks f ron
Millar Park. 1-60. JA. 05(4.
Fireplace. $5,250. Terms
You Mill b plotted v hn ou
thin property, und we like to how
well condlrurted Uoit8, A brl'J? f irp- -I'lar
In living mom; Krivh rtoori
from livtnjf room Into dn or bedroom;
kooU floored mtir; full bvemnt, tth
Uuridry convonlnfes; enuth front ni,
f. iixl.1 1) feet; 3t blocks from Sltti tit
A. P. Tukey & Son,
"Tt'KrSY SOLD IT."
620 Frist Nat Ilk. Bldg. a J A 422X
2108 Bancroft St. Beautiful 4-rootn
modern houi?, 5-room accommodations,
- hot water heat, less than 2 years old;
close to car and school; price $4.2oo;
$400 cacsh will handle. 4350 Charles St.,
modern home, big iot, on paved street
and close to school; 2-car garuge; price
$2,600, terms. Several splendid 6-room
modern houses that can be handled with
Chas. W. Young & Son,
1603 City Nat Bk. AT 966s. eve.. HA 6051
Or DO 4796. ,
Buys This Home
THtidy 6-room cottage, newly dror
ated throughout; Rood attfo and dhhp-,
meat; large lot; nice garage; near pub
lic nnd parochial ttr-hoolft; handy to
car line. Real unep if sold soon. Loca
tion 27th and Saratoga St. price only
$4,750. Se It today; can' term. -
D. E. Buck & Co., Realtors
742 Omaha Nat. JA. 2000.
Evenings, I'ero. WE. -0832: Newlon,
HA. 5942: Buck. KE. 2834.
YOUR NEW 1IOMB.
Our material and workmanship of
best quality. Come and look at some
of our completed houses. Very reason
able cosla. Bring your plans to us for
HASTINGS & HEYDEN.
1614 Harney St. AT. OO.'.O.
CAN BUILD YOU A HOME
On small payment down, balance Ilk
rent. Your rent money makes pay
ments. Have your home built to suite
you. Can also furnish you a lot. Call
Diamond as part payment, J A. 36l(.
West of g
Elmwood Park D
Where Values Are
We have a four-room home iust like
new inside and out. Full cemented
basement, dandy well and pump,
three nice south front lots: plenty
of room for garden ahd chickens.
Located at 6810 Mason St. $8,160.
$?50 cash. $32.80 per month.
PAYNE & CARNABY
616 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. JA 10)8
f j. I. I: I I I! I I I I li i I li I I, HM ! v
Z 13 Acres
1 Lots of Fruit
- House, Barn, Etc. ;
m Death in family causes midow to "
sell this pplendid piece of a create. "
m Is located juf.t about a mile from
the end of tho 42nd and Grand Av, "
carline. Has lota of srrapes, cherries.
apples, aaparufrus, alfalfa, eto. Hou.e m
has five rooms on the ftr?t floor m
v ith two finished off upstairs. At?o
2 Kood cave, well and cistern. His
barrt for five head of horses, jmpie
m ment shed and good chicken house.
Owner will eell this place complete "
with all the tools, implements, and "
m 30 buVhels of aecd potatoes for "
110,500.. For further information,"
- call. I
2 R, D. Clark Company, -
I AT 3531 821-2 Securities Bide. -
'I I' II 1 I I I VI f ' I III II till
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