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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11,
OFFERED FOR RENT
lloaeea and otte t oatlnard.
.. -ROOM brick hrni; modern; tanent can
rent two lloom and get mnr than rent
k. 14 8. 'th St. Se Jimti Nevill.
iJ2 Nvlll Block.
FOtl TIE NT 4 room. c,ty water, totltt.
No. lth l M) and ater rent. C M.
Baohmann, 4.ti Paxton Blk.
EIGHT-ROOM modern house, l2 Chi
cago. K. A. fmlth. 117 Neville Block.
NEW, 6-room modern cottage, 2C13 Bln
ney Bt. Tel. Webster 1762.
ALL modern. six riwrni and lar:e recep
tion hall. 2412 Burt St., $. Apply H. B.
Boylea, Boylea College. Hitth phones.
FIVE LARGE! ROOMS
Nearly new; first floor modern exoept
Half block from ear. Tel. Douglas 4S28.
4-ROOM cottar. 1914 Bancroft street.
FOR RENT A modern house, 6 rooms,
reception hall. 4244 Patrick Ave. Tel. Web
NEW, strictly modern 7-room house, $27.i0
month, ZM& Miami su, one block from
l-iodge St. car line.
t-ROOM, all- modern house for rent, 2."02
Franklin.. Inquire Mrs. K. Johnson, 2414
S223 N. Kth Ave., 7 rooms, barn, 112.
Vt'.S K. lUth Ft., 6 rooms, modern, $!4.
14 N. Jf th ft.. 6 rooms, partly mod.. 120.
I'M N. 2Mh St., ( rooms, modern except
201i) N: SM St., 1 rooms, modern, $22.
Va N. 22d St., 6 I corns, modern, IJO.
tfiOJ Brlt iul St., 8 rooms, modern except
W. O. KHIMVER, 102S N. T. Life Bid.
OMAHA Truck, Van and Storage Co.,
Doug. 14115, lnd., B-2W. Office VU Web'
FOR RRNT Brick house at 1511 8. I9tn
ft., onu block east of Park avenue ear
line; modern In every resnect. with 4 bed
rooms on second floor; large parlor, dining
room, kitchen, buttery, large hall and ves
tibule on first floor. Inquire at la09 o. 2a id
Bt. Tel. Harney VJ.
NEW Bt. Louis flat to adults. Oak tile
bath, select neighborhood, one-half block
to car. nzi roppieion av.
I-ROOM bouse, modern xcpt heat. 3309
Maple bt., 1S- rooms, 24 floor, toilet, li
N. 26th tit., US. I rooms, city water and
toilet in yard, 2626 Hees St., $9. 4-room
house, city water. 124 N. 20th Bt. 112. tt-
rooms, modern except heat. Sis N. 2Gth, $22
ana water rent.
22d and Cuming Wis.
ITnTTMP,4 In ' U parts of the city.
UUUDIiO Crelgh Buns A Co., Bee Bldg.
-ROOM flat. 1806 Chicago St.
FOR RENT 135, new lower St. Louis
.flat: completely modern; rive large rooms.
Fronts Bemls Park, 8316 Cuming bt, 'Phone
COZY cottage, 6 rooms, partly modern,
lawn, shade, city ami cistern water, ce
roented cellar. kL4 B. 40lh bt. LeavenWorta
cars It block.
281 WOOLWOKTH Ave., 8 rooms, mod
ltoO N. Mth, rooms, modern except heat,
3020 Burt, 8 rooms, modern, 130.
t2l California, 6 rooms, 117.60.
2310 Webster, 8 rooms, modern, $26.
fruv Emmet, 7 rooms, barn, $4). -R1NUWALT
blWH., sua 8. ISth St
HOUBE8, Insurance. Ring wait. Barker Blk.
MODERN I-room bouse. 216 S. 86th Ave.
Phone Douglas 4687.
10-KOOM MODERN HOUSE
Fine location. 1124 poppieton Ave. Key
mt 8114 Poppieton Ave,
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
HUlte N. X. Lite Bldg.
Phone Ked im
OMAHA Van St Storage Cro., pack, move,
tore, H. H. goods; storehouse, 1120-14 N.
Utht offloe 309 Ho. 17th BL Tel. Doug. lu&.
MAOOARO Van Storage Co. Tel. Doug.
14 We guarantee moving, pianos, house
- HOUSEHOLD GOODS packed, forwarded;
Cheap freight rates; moving and storing.
Itxpreesmeu's Delivery Co. Tel. Doug. ilvi.
FOR RENT -room house near Hanscom
park: large, beautiful lawn. Phone Bank
ers Saving and Loan Association, Douglas
ELEGANT S-room flat, located at 110 S.
7th, all modern, prloe 136. ttuuus, Braudels
Wdg. , . .
136.00 S-room modern brick (flat), a07
Pacific bL, fur particulars telephone, Har
HOUSEd-Peters Trust Co., N. Y. L. BUg.
BRICK house, modern, close to Park
Ave. 2U13 ilaaun. inquire m b. ZStll St.
Phone Harney 1550.
Oeorgla Ave., 11-room, elegant home, 70.
87th and Davenport, -r., all. mod.,
2trt and . Leavenworth, S-r., an mod.,
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE) CO.
1001 N. Y. Ltfe. Doug, or A-SUJ.
6-ROOM cottage, modern except furnace;
permanent walks. SOU Decatur St, (15 per
W. J. DERMODY INVESTMENT CO.,
Tel. Doug. (108 or A 8083. 836 N. Y. L. Bldg.
1007 LOTHROP ST., 6-roora all modern
H0 Seword St., I rooms, all modern, 839.
Xi'il S. ih St., 7 rooms, modern exoept
214 3. SUh St., rooms, modern except
lbuo Lothrop 6U, i-room all modern flat.
1034 8. lfith St., 8 rooms, city water, gas, 87.
, Near Benson, 8-rooin house, XVi acres, $12.
B1RKETT it TEBBENS,
43 Bee Bldg.
Phones Douglas 1764, Independent A-1754.
Seventh Prize Story
1TIE TIMELY INTERVEN
TION OF A WANT AD.
Adeline Wykoff, 8OT North Twenty-third
Ninth B, Jchgiith teacher, MUs Htlllardi
Aged 15 year.
. FOR RKNT-T rooms, larae reception
ball, all modern; combination fixtures; 840
and water rent.
"Speaking of experience, how this I
. 'iillly and his wife, and my wile ana i
bad Just returned from our honeymoon,
and had doculed to rent one house and
furnlbh It up "between us. Well, before
we had looked an hour, we found a bouse
that Just kutted us. The next oay the
furniture was sent up.
"That evening. It was Just beginning to
get dark, when I heard something like a
'tic-tau' on tha window In the next room,
I went In there, but could see no one, so
jasi mui.tu, tunning it was soma of the
neighbor, children trying to play a trick
on uu. i Had jmst reached the adjoining
room, ntn me noise was repeated. I
tookea again, cut with the same result as
before. In the next five minutes It was
repeated '.everal time. I was thoroughly
. aggravated- 1 looked all around the out-
side of the house and In the yard, but
1 saw no one.
That n:ght we had all sat down to a
game of -whist, when there was a terrible
crash In the dining room. We rushed In
there only la find it perfectly quiet and
In good order. We looked all over the
CAN XOU WHITE A STORY
. STORY WON SEVENTH PRIZE LAST WEEK.
OFFERED FOR RENT
lloaseo and (otln tontlaaed.
FOR IlKNT-l room dwelling. '30 Capitol
Ave., In Dundee, with barn, per yen:
cm two or three year lease. V. L. Belby
4i Hoard of Trade.
FOR RKVT Desk room, with
phone. (44 Bee Bldg.
STOREROOM and basement In "cargo
block, 8. O.. f30 N. 24th. Hall. 433 Kama
mag., both phones.
vnn hf-mt First-class locstlon for meat
market and rrocery; meat market fixtures
for sale. Address A, Omaha Bee, Co.
OOOM locstlon on luth St, for Jewelry.
clothing or sho store. Address, K 398,
TYl'KWltlTFH. Any make, all prices.
sold and rented, rent applied; easy terms;
-Kirir..-.l nvwnere mr exM mil i iwii. i I t
for large bargain list and offer. B. F.
Swanson Co., 41T . iitn t., -mna.
civriM) hand typewriters sold, repaired
Central Typewriter Exchange, 1WJ7 Fainam
DRIIOS at cut prices, freight rM on aft
110 orders; catalogue free. Sherman A
McConrell Drug Co., Omaha. Neb.
ONE White machine, drop head, new.
cost 140 Will sell for 138 cash. Tel. Red
Sli. or call St. Mary's Ave.
WE HAVE on band a number of Ink
barrels which we will sell at 60c each. The
ere fine for rain water oi anliea. Call at
pressroom Bee Publishing Co.
ELECTRIC FIAN03 and BANJOS, IIM).
Continental Novelty Co., Omaha. ?eb.
If you Intern! idhiii a cours in bualnesj
college, see us alum; a scholarship. We
will sell you one at a saving to you. Ad
dress O 85, care Bo.
FOR SALE New and 2d-hnd blllard
and pool tables. We lead the world in
cheap bar fixtures, easy payments. Bruns
wlck-Balke Collender, 401 S. 10th St.
Hot-En-Tot Twins are a Hot sensation,
SHEATINO at 111 per M. O. C. Dim
mock tk Sons. South Omaha.
BUY from the factory. Burklcy Envelopes
COAL, Wood, Feed. 1316 N. Uth. Web. 4S.
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER for sale
nearly new. I would not take 11.000 for it
if I were not going out. of business. Ad
dress E-140 Bee.
HOT-EN-TOT TWINS, the best on earth.
Second Hand Boilers
We will sell two boilers that have been la
use at the Bee building. They are each
175-horsepower return tubular boilers. !
Inch diameter by 18 feet long. They have
1S8 C. I. tubes, t Inches byU feet. Work
lug pressure 156 pounds per square Inch.
Heat surface ltf.OOO square feet. Grata area
2'f square feet.
We are very anxious to dispose ot these
boilers Immediately and will sell at a bar-
i, 11 1 .1 IS , a L A n a, n n&
THtg Bh,fcJ BCILDINU COM f AN J.
17th and Farnam Sts- Omaha. Neb.
HALL'S safes, new, 2d-hand. 1818 Farnam.
JOHNSON, INS., 418 N. Y. L. Tel. D. 1664.
Dr. Katheryn Nlckolas, 60S N. Y. L. Bldg.
D. O. BARNELL, Pax ton Big. Tel Led 7117.
HUFFMAN. 818 Neville Bids.. Book free.
PRIVATE home during confinement;
babies adopted. The Good Bamarltao Sani
tarium, 740 1st Ave., Council Bluifs, la.
HOT-EN-TOT TWINS, the best on earth
CORN Jelly will cure corns, ii&o, Haines
Drug Co., low f arnam Bt.
f A flltfTr.TTn treatment Mme. Smith,
JlLauniilV (28 S. Uth Bl. third floor.
A HOME for women during confinement.
We find homes for babies where mother
cannot care for them. Babies boarded.
For terms, address Mrs. Martha A. Lee, 40J
Bancroft tiL, Omaha. Neb. ruone Doug
Hot-En-Tot Twins are a Hot sensation.
MRS. AMES of Washington. D. C, mani
curing and massage. 1724 Capitol Ave.
MRS. RITTEN HOUSE, graduate of the
Weltmer Institute ot Nevada, Mo., treats
rheumatism, oonstlpatlon. paralysis, lum
bago and all ehronio diseases; eieotrlo mas
sage and baths. Room 80S, 4th floor Bos
ton Btore Bldg.; elevator entrance UO S.
uth bt, jiairway on Douglas Hu
THE SALVATION ARMY solicit castoff
Clothing; in taot. anything you do not need.
We collect, repair and sell at 134 N. 11 to
St., for cost of collection to the worthy
poor. Call phone Douglas 4l6 and wagon
'DR. tOQERS, private confinement home.
n aiai ina at. lei. Douglas tzbo.
MAGNETIC Treatments, , Bmmerlln
Brott, uiit b. utn bt Doug. (188.
Private confinement home. Mr. Dr. Kln
ia.4 N. 84th. Tel.. Web. S5b, lnd. U-1K.
LADIES wishing to obtain tbe latest
dress cutting system. Learn cutting. Call
SU NO. zbin bu i none, Douglas 7U12.
house, but nothing was broken or mis
placed. We returned to the parlor, a little
cared. We had only been playlruj about
an hour, when It seemed as If some one
onened tha front door, walked Into ih.
hall then ,iammed the door shut We
went ,nl th bal1 10 'lntl 11 llent and de-
"That night, along about midnight. It
sounded as If all the dishes In the cup-
board bad began ta rattle. I rushed down
stairs, only to find calm and quiet every-
w here. We ware beginning to get genuinely
scared. Next night, and for all the nights
we stayed there, the noises seemed to get
louder and more distinct Newspaper ra-
porters, friends and even policemen came
to watch with us, and always went away
with pale faces and frightened eyes. We
took turns at staying up and watching,
and we always slept on our guns.
- "Well, after we had been there a week
we decided that we could stand it no
longer and began to look for a house at
once. Both the girls were on the verge
of nervous prostration, my hair was white,
while Bill was looking thin and haggard!
we bad looked for a house for two day.
In vain, when somebody suggested Tin
Bee. I got one and we saw this little ad.
he said, drawing out his purse and show
Ing a little piece of paper which proved
to be the ad printed above. "In two more
days we were out of that haunted place
au(j firmly believe that had It not been
for that little want ad we would have had
to stay there another week or so. in whlcl
time the girls would have been a nervous
wreck, and us boys well, we would have
been Just as bad."
AS GOOD AS THIS ONE! THIS
OMAHA Stammerers Ins., Kamge Bld
Hot-En-Tot Twins are com Inf.
AN TONE knowing the present where
abouts at James C Baliaid, who resided
u Douglas county In 1S67. or any of hi?
relatives, will plraee communicate wlta
ti 821, care Omaha Bee, Omaha, Neb.
WHfe.RH do you have your PREsiCRIP
rro.NS FILLED? Ask VOur DOCTOlt !f t
has confidence In SCHAFKR'S. HE know
he can depend on our goods, and we want
you to tsse advantage of our PRICES and
We CALL FOR and DELIVER orescrlD-
tlons without extra charge. THAT'S FAIR.
WE WTLL call for. clean and adjust
your phonograph for 11.60.
NEBRASKA CYCLE! CO.,
Phones Doug. l&SU A-16H
Cor. lfith and Harnev.
IN 1KP7 I bnean to tesch that consump
tion or any disease I could cure. I have a
Rood many students today. 11.26 Is what
they pay per quart. Prof. Johnson, 14th and
f ets., south Omaha.
STRICTLT private home during confine'
ments; excellent care; babies adopted;
trained nurse. 8518 Davenport St.
, WOULD like to shar? prtrt of furniture
car to vjo Angeles. Address l eift, care
PHONE IND. A-2020 for (rood printing
Lyni stadt Printing Co., loth & capttol Ave.
HOLLAND Printing Co , 110 S. 17th St.
HYATT A LONGACRE, PRINTEU8,
1708 Leavenworth St. Tel. Doug. 2547.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
REED ABSTRACT CO., Est. 1SK8; prompt
service; 8t our prices. 1.10 Farnam Bt.
CANOE8TAD. 404 Bee Bldg. Tel. D. 1307.
PAYNE INV. CO., first floor N. Y. Ufs.
BENJAMIN R. E. CO., 477 Brandels Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST CO.
.HAS. E. WILLIAMSON. President.
CITT FROPKHTY FOR 8ALB.
3, 3, 3, 3, 3 BARGAINS 3, 3, 3, 3, 3
1718 Lake St.: 8 rooms, all modern, new.
oak finish downstairs, hard pine upstairs,
paving in and paid for, good lot,
nice location, south front,, ready
to move into. Cheap at 4,300. Can
make very easy terms. See us about this.
West Dodre St: Nearly new 6-room
house, south front, east and south porches.
large living room, oak finish that can t be
beat, cherry trees, shrubbery, etc.; modern
in every respect. Price reduced to 84.200
for quick sale. Easy terms. Will oonsider
smaller house as part payment. Once seen
you will fall in love with this hoime.
90th and California Sts.: 7 rooms and re
ception hall, 4 bedrooms, paving both sides,
oak finish downstairs and hard pine up
stairs, built this year, windows In every
closet, fine large rooms, sleeping porch.
basement one ot best in city, with extra
toilet. A snap at 85,500. Let us show you
and you will be convinced. Close In and
handy to High School, etc
Look this evening or tomorrow at the
bungalow at the northwest corner of 60th
and Capitol Ave, Dundee, then come to our
office before some one beats you to It. It
has rooms, arranged Just as you want It,
and will be ready to move Into In a couple
or aays. uneapest bungalow in Dundee
and lots better for the money. 84,200 will
take it and we can make reasonable terms.
Both 'Phones. Ground Fl., N. Y. Life Bids.
Save Your Money
By buying that 6-room cottage at 3019
Charles St., with bath, toilet, city water,
electrlo light, fine cistern, lots of fruit,
house nearly new, near Harney car. Price
$2,150. Reasonable terms. You can go see
It any time.
Payne, Bostwick &Co,,
Bole Agents, Main Floor, N. Y. Life.
The fine 8-room modern home at 8838
Charles St., must be sold. Oak finish on
rlrat floor; all modern conveniences; tile
floor In bath room; lot 50x135 ft and paved
street; only two blocks to car and about
four blocks to St. Cecelia s cathedral.
Pries reduced to $4,HS0.
W. L SELBY,
436 Board ot Trade Bldg.
We have Just completed two fine bunga
low cottages with five rooms each, can lo
cated In the south part of the city and the
other located at 86th and Franklin Sts.
Don't fall to see these bungalows at once,
as they ar beauties. You can have easy
Payne, Bostwick & Co.,
Bole Agents, Main Floor, N. Y. Life.
$275 TO $375 LOTS
WITH CITY WATER
Located on "Webster Ave., between Kth
Ave. and 27th St., close to where the new
school will be built and within three blocks
of car line; only a few left at these prices.
Terms. $10 cash, $10 a month.
HASTINGS A HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
Six Months' Rent or $150 Cash
W offer an 8-room house with city
water, gas, toilet, sewer, shade, brick
walks, etc., lot 80x140, near lSth and Paul,
for $26M): $1.V cash, balance monthly. It
rents at $26 per month.
Attractive 6-room cottage, new, modern,
full lot, near 87th and Ames Ave. A bar
gain at $2.3.5. Can arrange terms.
Best T-room modern home for 82.600; full
lot; south front; fine residence street and
locality; half block from car; rental terms.
RUSSELL & McKITRICK CO.,
483 Ranig Bldg. 16th and Harney Sts.
29th & Ames Ave.
New t-room cottage, lecated on the south
east corner of 2th and Ames Ave., modern
exoept heat, all ready to move right In.
Price $2,j0. Easy terms.
Payne, Bostwick & Co.,
Bole Agents. Main Floor, N. Y. Life.
MAKE ME YOUR BEST
for the large corner lot with 7-room cot
tage. modern except furnace, eouthweat
corner of lb and Charles bis. W. 11
Griffith, 26i3 Chicago St. Tel. Doug. 4C68.
7 Rooms, $3,800
Strictly modern, practically new, 60-foot
south front lot. on tunnel HI., near Sher
Harrison 8c Morton
CLOSE In. cottage, t large rooms, splen
did condition; ba.Hi. bet new piumbing.
Owner, &D7 Mason.
FOR SALE-ONE OF THE PRETTIEST
8-room houses In Omaha, both out and In
side; new and modern in every respect; hot
water heat; Kouiitze Place, east front on
Sherman Ave., beteen Wirt and "Spencer;
$6 2a0. easy terms.- Inquire of G. F. Shep
ard, 1W3 Wirt St.
tl SU) BUYS lot and large building. 2430
CITT MOPKRI V rOlt SALE.
TO CLOSE AN ESTATE
Ten Lots at Auction
To the Highest Bidder.
Satisfactory Terms Can Be Arranged.
These Lots Are in Good Location, from)ne to Four Block
from Benson Street Car Line.
Lots 1, t, 6 and 7, Block J CloyerdaAo; ar located at 48th and
Parker Sts.; all these front on 48th St., Immediately south ot Parker
Lots 7 and 8, block 3; lot 1 and 8. block 6. and lots 1 and 2,
block 7, Saunders & Hlmebaugh's Mount Pleasant addition; are lo
cated from one to three blocks north of &0th and Military Ave.j
Benson car line runs On Military Ays.
Lot 3, west ft lot 4 and lot 6, block 83, Benson; consists of about
acres In Benson, Including one 4-room cottage on north side of Mil
itary road, one 8-room house, barn and chicken house on south side
of Military road,' and two acres of bearing apple orchard.
All this property will be sold at auction to the bljt bidder on
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17TH, at 10 o'clock a. m., onn? north steps
of tbe court house, 17th and Farnam Sts.
For further particulars see
D WIGHT WILLIAMS. Administrator,
Business Office, Omaha Bee.
HOMES WORTH OWNING
Jlst and Mason, 8 rooms, modern except
heat, nenrly new, 12.600; coxy home. Terms.
84th and Boyd. ( rooms, part modern;
flL7n0; large lot, fruit, shade. Terms. Knap.
I 22d and Seward, 7 rooms; modern except
heat, oast front, $2,200. Rents 82S. Snap.
20th and Laird, 8 rooms; east front, rents
$15, good condition, $1,400. Look.
85th and Jones, 7 rooms: 8 baths, SQUth
front, strictly modern, new, $4,600.
iHth and Charles, 7 large rooms; strictly
new and modern, tiled bath, south front,
paving paid, $5,000. Terms. Be quick. Owner
leaving city must sell.
HARWOOD & HARWOOD,
A 4203. 416 Bee Bldg. Red 4204.
One of the best close In rental proper
ties In Omaha. Never vacant. It's loca
tion Insures a good class of tenants,
$5,000 cash, balance long time at 8 per
cent. This statement Is In noway over
drawn. Let us show you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Phone Red 1999. OMAHA, NEB.
New Cottage Home
We have Just finished In the south part
of town two beautiful modern cottages and
one bungalow. They have five good living
rooms each, besides hs.ua, closets, pantry,
elegant bath room, with best of plumbing,
and medicine cabinet, gas and electric com
bination fixtures, good brick cemented cel
lar, larva floored attic, with easy stairway.
cemented sidewalks around each house. In
fact everything right up to date. These
cottages are built of first-class material,
with splendid workmanship throughout.
Will sell on easy terms. Price $2,700, $2,760
and $2,800. See us for further particulars.
Payne, Bostwick & Co.,
Sole Agents, Main Floor. N. Y. Life.
e. ,., . ,
and two lots. Dodge SL, near Sfith. Prloe
J. W. R0BB11 S,
BOLE AGENT, 1802 FARNAM ST.
NEW cottage, containing 4 rooms, one
block from car, two blocks from school.
$1,660, $460 cash. 6 per cent discount If
sold quickly. If desired, will lease from
buyer. L. 270, Bee.
KEW, strictly modern 7-room home. Kith
and Burt Sts., 4 rooms down stairs, three
bedrooms and bath upstairs. Columns hall
to parlor, double open staircase, onk and
hard pine finish, furnace heat, nice lot.
cement walks, close to public, parochial
schools, churches and two car lines. Terms.
87S-78 Brandels Bldg. Douglas 3898.
Bemis Park Home
For immediate sale I offer my It-room
home, whloh ia strictly modern, located at
1413 N. 84th St., for 6,0uu. if you want a
horn see this.
J. 11. FRANKLIN,
Phones: Bus., Doug. 2628; Res.. Har. 41BL
SUMMIT ADDITION-Lota $375 and up.
Get circular. The Byron Reed Co.. 818
FOR SALE- large, choic tots, fin lo.
cation. CaU Webster iStf.
FOR QUICK SALES
Ht your farm and city property with us;
we have more clients wishing to buy da.
alrable places than we have for sale; w
aiso nave cans ior some Iirst-cmss bouses
and flats for rent.
K. M. WRAY ft BROS.,
610 Bee Bldg. Douglas 8407.
$500 CASH; $15 A MONTH
N. Uth St., on block Sherman Av. car
7-ROOM HOUSE, $1,700
A cheap home. Why do you pay rent
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO..
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Phone Red 199. Omaha Neb.
WE will sell you a good (-room house
for $i,400 and let you pay for It at tli a
How much rent have you paid In the
last 10 years? Got anything to show
(or It 7
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bidg.
Phone R.xl 1. OMAHA. NEB.
i'OB quick returns. !-. your real estate
for sale and exchange with me, no sale,
no pay. W. W. Mitchell, Board of Trad
Bidg., Omaha Nab.
FARM AMU kiHUU UMJ FOR SALtl
SECTION Colorado land under the
famous Standley Lake Irrigation system,
within fony miles north of Denver In
Weid county, ai d three mile east of good
town on main Una Union Pacific railroad;
every foot can be tilled and irrigated. For
further particulars address Owner, U0O Wa
lee rii., Denver, Colorado.
TO RELINQUISH 20 acres northern
Colorado land under dnch, one mile from
county keai, railroad town. For part cu
lms addi'ikS Orlty Lewis, Mitchell, Neb.
(7 4K1 acres of land, fee title, accessible to
railroad. Of this, compact body of 16.000
acres bears 76 million feet of white pine
worth $8 per tbouaand at going prices. Re
man. Ing 11.4sl acres is grazing land, much
of which can be easily Irrigated.
Eur terms. Price. $160,000. Direct from
Address K. H. SMITH, Beaver Dam, Wla-coiibln.
REAL ESTATE m
citt rtiopKRTT roa sale.
FARM AND HAACH LfllO VOR 4L
Mow tan a.
CHANCE OFA LIFETIME
87,000 acres Montana farm land In the
Smith rlvef valley, about seventy-five
miles east of Helena; only three rmms
from the main line of the new Milwaukee
coast extension. Proposed Junction point
f.r new line to connect at Great Palls; land
will double In value when construction
starts. Abundance of water and water
rights go with land. Lands are nearly all
fenced and some Improvements. Similar
laA only fifty miles dlftant on Great
Northern soil from $76 to $100 per acre.
Raw land along Milwaukee, a short dis
tance east, sells from $20 to $30 per Acre.
Can sell to Individuals In tracts of 80 acres
or more, or will sell entire property to an
Investment or development company at a
very attractive figure. Prloe Of land for
a very limited time Is $8 PUR ACRE.
Terms, 10 per cent cash, 80 per cent In
sixty days, balance on five years' Urns at
8 per cent
C. II. GERBER,
619 Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
U. S. GOVERNMENT LAND
OPENING UNDER CARKY ACT.
Conrad-Valler project, Montana, 70.000
acres of fine, grassy prairie under Irriga
tion. Drawing October 7, 1908. Must reg
ister for drawing before October 7. You
may register by power of attorney. For in
formation and blanks write W. M. WAY
MAN, Valler, Montana, or 1150 Security
Bank Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
A FARM FOR YOU.
80 acres In Hall Co., adjoining city limits
to Grand Island, 70 acres in crops; all
160 acres, Merrick Co., near Central City,
all under plow: Improved. Priced rlfhc
ISO acres In Lancaster Co., best L In
the county; all under plow; well Improved;
We handle all kinds ot Trades. '
HARWOOD eV HARWOOD,
41$ Bee Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
A BIG BARGAIN.
80-acre farm, no land better, on mil
from Shelton. half mile from city limits
and half mile from stock yards, else of
lawn between 1,200 and 1,600 population.
I'M buildings ar. good; carry $2,000 in-
-mrance. This is a fine home for someone:
also a good feeding point. If I can sell
within the next 16 days, will take U6 per
acre, as I am on a deal for more land.
Writ me for particulars. J. J. O'Brien,
AUCTION SALE OF REAL ESTATE
BY TRUSTEE, 8,8ti0 ACRK8
Banner county, Neb,, farm land. Borne
under Irrigation. Sale date Ootober 8, 1900.
This Is all good wheat, oats and alfalfa
land and will be sold In tracts to the
highest bidder. Special train service.
Terms reasonable. Write C. M. Gruen
ther, Trustee, Columbus, Neb., NOW, for
FOR BALE Under hammer at McCook.
Neb.. Sept. 14. 340 acres nfie farm, good
buildings, telephone, rural delivery, three
miles irom juartiey. Address u. J. liich
man, referee, Bartley, Neb.
46 BUSHEL WHEAT LAND, $20 Per acre.
We own and centroi now acres of Chey
enne county, Nebraska's choicest farm land
now on the market. The heaviest Crop
yielding county in xseorasxa ior n year.
Write for folders and full particular.
Agents wanted everywhere. Writ for our
proposition at one.
FUNDINGSLAND A BEVERSON,
SIDNEY. - - NEBRASKA.
BARGAINS IN FARMS.
Ten thousand aores alfalfa, winter wheat
and corn land for sale In small and large
farms. In Sherman, Buffalo and Custer
counties. J, T. Campbell, Litchfield, Neb.
FOR BALE 160 acres Improved farm, $
miles from Page, Neb., $60 per acre; for
terms and description aaaress J. v. Has,
voioraao -springs, uoio.
IMPROVED FARM FOR SALE.
A cood ImDroved farm t miles from town
nearly all second bottom land; 80 acre
under cultivation: good Improvements:
Price, $20 per acre. Write for our large
Bargain list. jigems wantea. Herman
Springer Co., ttidney. Neb.
FOR SALE A stock farm In western
Nebraska; i:0 acres; will sell with or
without 160 head ot cattle. Address Y-618,
Fruit farms, all slzes prices rsig
delightful climate; prosperous and energetlo
neighbors, can on me ior paruouiar.
C. II. GERBER,
614 Be Bldg., Omaha.
ATTENTION bankers, farmers, mechan
Ich, others; $76 gets you timber clatru with
&,OUO,0UO to 10.000,000 feet timber worth from
eD.Ou) to $1U,0u0. These are limited, so get
in uulck, If you want one. Fruit, dairy,
other farms for sale. Agents wanted
Hoban, Buchanan Bldg., Portland. Or.
SOUTH DAKOTA LAND Now Is the
time to buy; we have 60.000 acres to select
from; Hyde, Euily and Stanley counties; $13
to 118 per acre; write (or lists and maps.
Feliand Realty Co., 681 Palace Bldg., Min
100 ACRES, Lyman county, i miles to
county seat, at s,zuv. write (J has. B. Wll
son, Mondamln, la.
WE HAVE 100 bargains near church and
schools in farm lauds. Black soil 18
inches to three feet deep with clay subsoil.
These lands are tributary to Gregory, the
best town in the northwest. Raw lands In
Trlrp. Mellette, Lyman and Stanley coun
ties; also sell relinquishments.
'SyUAliB DEAL LAND CO.,"
Uregory, 8. D.
Mention Omaha Be when writing.
GO TO SOUTH DAKOTA.
Writ us for our fist of bargains In Hyde
nana, sully and Hughs counties; we go
any day; fair. $13.26 round trip; crops are
rine and land la advancing rapidly; don
put It off. as you will pay more by delav
easy terms. Dean-Andrews Co., 423 N. Y.
WHEN writing to advertisers, kindly
mention ine uee.
CITY PROPERTY rOB sALBs
IN SHULL'S 3d ADDITION
$11,000 worth of property sold at our first sale, during the
hot weather in August.
Buy Close1 In $10 Cash$10 a Month
ONLY TEN MINUTES' WALK TO THE COURT HOUSE
SALE ON NOW COME TODAY
In Shnll's Third addition, at 20th and Poppieton avenue. We
are selling these choice, close in
$575 TO $950 EACH
Three streets are paved, paving tax paid in full, permanent
walks are in, city water, gas and sewer. Within one niile of over
$5,000,000 worth of new buildings that are now under way.
Close In Real Estate Advances the Fastest
Come at once and make your selection. Salesmen on the
addition all day today, tomorrow and Sunday.
DON'T PUT THIS OFF
We will build for you if you pay cash for the lot "1
HASTINGS & HEYDEN
1614 Harney Street
1 fwANCll ruAHD
PARTIES wishing to loeate In any of the
western states should first see the fine
farming lands in the Golden Prairie dis
trict of Laramie county. Wyoming 810 to
$20 per acre. Write Allender k liaison.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
tiro te II 0.000 mad Bromotlv. V. tX. Wead.
Wsad Bldg., Uth and Farnam.
tMA to SS.oAO on homes In Omaha, n itut.
Real Estate Co.. lwa K. Y. Ufa. Lous, or
MONEY TO LOAN-Payn lavesment Co.
FIVE) PER CENT MONSY
to loan on
Omaha Business Property.
Room 1, New York Life Bldg.
GARVIN BROS.. 818 N. t. Life. 850 ta
$200,000 on Improved property. NO delay.
WANTED Cltr loans and warrants. W,
Farnam Smith 4k Co., 18JA Farnam .
WANTED City loans. Peter Trust Co,
PAYNE. BOSTWICK A CO.. N. Y. Life
Private money, $u to 86.000; low rat.
SECOND MORTGAGB loan negotiated.
Apply Rooms 417-18 First Nat l bank Bldg.
Bell 'Phone, Douglas 8318.
LOWEST RATES Bemis. Brandels Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
We Have Buyers for 6 and 7-
room modern houses at right prices. Pay
$600 cash, balance $26 per month.
HVWATA LAND AND LOT UU
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Phon Red I'M. OMAHA, NEB.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTKDfteveral carloads of fresh milk
cows or springers. Dealer In Stat, let MS
Bear irem you. Aiamuo eanuarj uairy
Co., 1813 Farnam SL
HOTEL WANTED Information of loca
tion where building for rent or furnishings
for sale with lease; prosperous Interior
town, with good business for practical
people. Address Y 623, car Bee.
BEST price paH for td-hand furniture.
stave, clothing. Vf. Rosenblatt. Tel. D. 640L
GROSS' Loan Office, buy and sell old
clothers. 801 N. Uth. B 336L
STANDARD UPRIGHT PIANO.
BE8T price paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothes and shoes. Tel. Doug.
BALTIMORE 2d-hand store pays bejt
prloe Id-hand furniture, clothes, etc D. 42ti6.
8DHAND shoes and COlthes. D. 2785.
HIGHEST nrlces for furniture, etc. Bell's
Fumltur Store, 40e DodgJi, Red 868L
WANT 6-room cottar not sieeedln
$1,600; pay $300 cash, balance monthly. Ad
ores l sn. care Bee.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Board and one or two fur
nished rooms, connected, by young married
couple; permanent; tootn working); must
b within walking distance of down town
and reasonable: prefer private family. Ad
dress, giving location, price and particulars,
w ui. care eee."
WANTED About October X. by couple. 8
or 4 furnished housekeeping rooms; south
exposure; Hansoom Park, Farnam or South
Tenth car line; state rstjtal; references.
Address A 428 Bee.
WANTED TO RENT ISO acres. Will
?ay cash or grain rent. Must be In Doug
as or Sarpy counties. Address M 417, car
Dmaha Bee 1
WANTED Furnished room, with board.
In quiet family; west end preferred; must
b flrst-elaas. Address P 403. care Be.
WANTED Situation for young man at
tending pharmacy school, to work for
board and room; ha had axperlenc a
salesman. Address Y 737 Bee.
POSITION a collector, thoroughly ex
perlenced and can roak good. Address
WANTED By young man, place to work
for board whll attending Boylea college.
BY YOUNG man in private family. Anv
kind Of work from kitchen to stable or
yard. References. F. Corarrubta. lit
Farnam SL Tel. A -807..
RELIABLE, sober. German wants night
watchman work. Tel. Harney 3877.
THIRD year medical student wants po
sition in drug store at nights from 1 to 13
p. m. Address J SV7, Be.
FORT LOGAN. COLORADO, 8EPTEM
ber 1, lSKJl. Sealed proposals In triplicate
will be received until 8 a. m., October 1st,
1900, and then publicly opened for the con
struction of a third story on the kitchen
addition to the Poet Hospital here. Blank
forms for bidders, plans and specifications
may be bad on application. United Stales
reserves right to accept or reject any or
all proposals or any part thereof. En
velopes containing proposals should b
marked "Proposal for Third Story Addi
tion to Hospital" and addressed to the
FORT LOGAN, COLO., AUGUST 23, 180S -Sealed
proposals in triplicate will be re
ceived until 8 a. m. September 22, 1803, and
then publicly opened for the remodeling of
the pumping plant here, to be equipped
for either steam or . electricity. Blank
form for bidders, plans and specifications
may be had on application. United States
reserves right to aocept or re Jem any or
all proposals or any part thereof. Envel
opes containing proposals should be marked
"Proposals for remodeling pumping plant,"
and addraeaod to the Constructing Quarter
CITY PROPSERTT FOBS SALB8
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Wtllard Scott et al to Mary T. Bren
nan. lot 1 block 1. Brennan plao
H. C. L. Franklin and wif to R. W,
aprague, lots 4a and 4112. fcJuwood
Elisabeth M. Shahan to P. J. Cree
don A Bona, lot 33, block 1 and lota
18, 19, 30, 21, block 1 all Brlggs place
A. B. Alptrn and wlf to Robinson
Wolf n. 48 ft. of lot ft, block 7, Blar
bach's second addition
United Real ttstate 4k Trust Co. to
John O. Burger, lot t, block ; is,
Kountse place addition
Ernest Poppen and wife to Charles
Lents, lot 8, block 8, Park Frt
O.e B. Aokerly to Harry M. Christie,
part of lots 4-6-6-7, Block 8, Pull
men place addition '. 1
Charles Horn and wlf to David T,
Beans, lot 8, block 1 Crgiiton's
first addition 8, TOO
Martha M. Horslngton and husband
to Mary Dougherty, w. 70 ft, lot L
Forest Hill Park addition 4
Charles L. Betas et al to George C.
Beals, building on n4 of s& ot lots
1-2-2 in e. iX, ft., of Biock ft Snlnn'a
Peter Isaacson and wife to Jacob
lsaacsen, lots W-37-2S, block 8, W. L.
Sebbey's first addition
Frank J. Ogle to W. F. Crosby, lot S3
In Firestone stib-dlvlslon to fc Ills
ton Park place addition
Bessie A. Abel to Swan Larson, lot
-&i-2x ana s. 10 it. of lot 33 In
Sturgls place addition
Bessie a. Abel to saan Larson, part
Of lot 18. tot 11 II IS Discs sddlllnn
Victor Franson to "Garry A. Klnley.
ftU. r.f I... .n ....... I ..
I. Thomas Martin to George 8. CaU
llns, s4 ot lot 14, b'ock 1( jum.
mond place addition
E. A. Wilts and wife to Clarence P.
Swarm, lot 13, block 1, vandercook
Hastings He) den to Alexander B.
Colvert and wife, lots 17-18-li, In
block 6, Fort Vlw Terrace ad.
County Treasurer to H. P. Leavltt,
lot 1, block 8, lot 3, block 3 and
otner iota, KlverMde add.tlon ,
6am to J. J. Wear, wVi, block 17,
wui i igau piace secona saaltlon
fiAm I It Pnnilii.ml.l 'T ... . . ........ ..
........... ..... . u.n tuutunijf ,
lot , Mock 13 lot 1, b.ock 8 and
other lots. Ambler place
Same to same, lota 4-6-0-83, block 8,
Same to same, lot 12. block 18, Wal
nut Hill .?.
Same to same, lot 11, block 10, Wal
nut Hill and other lots
Same to same, of lot 8, block sj.
Bame to same, lots 2-27, Kelley'a
Bam to same, part lot 33, block -8.
Bam to same, lot 4, block 34 and
other lots, Albright's cholc
Same to same, lot 4, block 1 and lot
13, block 6, Ambler place
Same to same, lot L block 3, Gram
Same to same, lot 3. Waugh gt Bal
lard's sub-dlvlsion' ,
Bame to same, lots 8--l(l-17-l-20-2-34,
block 1 and other lots, Hoffman ter
rac Bam to same, lot 29, block 4, Savin-
uer s iinnenaugn s addition
Bam to same, lots 4 6-8-7, block 1 and
other lots, Cottage place , ....
Same to same, lot 3, block I, Conk-
llng plac ., ;
F2Ti Moines, Iowa, August 87T
1908 Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will b
received her uhtil 8 p. m., standard tim.
September 1$, 1SU, and then opened, for
constructing a dead house at Fort Des
Moines, Iowa. Information furnished on
application. Plans and specification will
be sent to Intending bidder upon receipt
of request accompanied by certified check
for $6.00, which will be refunded when plan
and specifications ar returned. Envelope
containing proposals . should be endorsed.
"Proposals for Dead House," and addressed
Constructing Quartermaster, Fort fe
Moines, Iowa. 81-3-8-4-lft-U
F?.T 9AaN' COLOV SEPTEMBER 18T.
1908. Sealed proposals In trlpllcat will
b reoelved until t a, m., October 1st, liotl
and then publicly opened for the construc
tion of an Isolation hospital her. Blank
forma for bidders, plans and specifications,
may be had on application. United Stato
reserves right to accept or reject any or
all proposals or any part thereof. En
velopes containing proposal should b
marked "Proposals for construction of
Isolation hospital" and addressed (to tha
CAUGHT THEM ON THE S1Y
Aasaelaaj aa Profitable Exaorleaa
t Joker,, la Dry
Over at Newaygo, near Big lUnlda.
Mich., wher It lj so dj-y that the "boys"
habitually "spit cotton," ther seems to
b som mighty dry prohibitionists, ac
cording to a atorr that comes from the
A Newaygo cltlsn recently received a
Utter from a Kentucky whisky hous re
questing him to send them th name of 4
dosen ar asor persona who would Ilk to
get some fin whisky shipped to them at
a very low price. Th letter wound up kg?
"W wll glv you a commission on sJt
th order sent In by parties who nam
you send us."
Th Newaygo man belonged to a practical-Joke
class and filled In tha name ot
som of hi prohibition friends on th
blank spaces left for that purpose.
H had forgotten all about his sup
posed practical Joke when on day he re
ceived another Utter from the asm hous.
H supposed It was a request for mor
names and w-as Just about to throw tha
communication Into th wast basket when
it occurred to him to send th nam of an
other old friend to th whisky hous. He
accordingly tor open th cnvolope, and
cam near collapsing when he found a
check for $4-W, representing his commis
sion on the sal of whisky to the parties
whose name he had sent In about threa
weeks bef or. Detroit Fre Press.
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