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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1910)
THE DEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1910.
OFFERED FOR RENT
. , Ball.laS. .
FOR RENT. .
One-Miry brick waiehmiHe, nhnut K.OOfl
square feet, with trackage, and on street
car lino, M) per month. Poescsslon Feb
ruary 1. II'IO.
J. II. DUMONT & SON,
Phone Douglas fiift. . lcoo Farnam Pt.
I WANT an offer forth two atory brlek
building at 1213 and 121ft Howard street
Will rent for tntl a month. L'taierti owner
v ill tell cheap, -
Poom t New VirV Uf Building.
HIS 8. 16TH ST., new. modern storeroom;
1.175 Tinnre feet finer space; heat fur
nished; lease 3 to 10 years. $.'.0 per month
n4 f. ltr Pt., modern storeroom, "niin
mock," lixv feet; heat furnished; good,
ran . lih St.. 22 feet; new. up-to-date
front; good basement: ITS per month.
1HI1 Howard St., 22xfO feet; new front tn
Ve Initialled; $125 pr month.
CKOHGK fk CO.. lt;ni Farnam. Doug. -.If,.
OFFICE 12x20 In llamge building, suit
able for hnlr dressing establishment: has
water and electric lights; will have use of
nice reception ho II. '
12! Farnnm Pt. Phone Douglas tV.
DESIRABLE office rooms In Webster
Sunderland Hl.lg., mth and Howard Sts., nt
very reNsonabM prlr-es.'
G KOlta i; & CO.. ltJOl Farnam. Uouif. 750.
TlflUD FTXm. S1J-15 S. Ifith St.; nbnut
S .W aiiure feet; brat location In Omaha
Apply to O. H. Mhukert, 01 fl. 15th Ft
OFFERED FOR SALE
A NICELY furnished stoam heated 14
room flat, close in, full of wmerj. A bar
fain for cash.. Address K Tto. Hhu.
Household Furniture SSIRiyod
at pr'.tes to move stotk quickly. American
I Furniture :o., 2 N. lth.
HOU8KHOljl i GOODS SACRIFICED.
Furnishings for 5-rinis. consisting of
rtifta,. furniture. dlKhea, kitchen utensils,
dining room act. bedroom act, and to In
olude good uprlnht piano, all for 4-or
$10u for cverythinK exenpt piano; must be
old this week; a enap for someone. Call
at 1525 No..-10th St. .
PRCONDhand typowriters ioM, repaired
Central Typewriter Uxrnsnge, IW7 Farnam
Typewriters For Rent BAIJ. SWB
on Co.. S South 16th St.. Omaha.'
SMITIi Premier Typewriter, No. 1 In
quire J7t$ California St.
.'' s Planoa.
UPRIGHT Kimball piano; bargain: owner
leaving city. -Jlis N.-22d. - ,
w 8KCOND-HAND Kdison and other Phon
rVitraphs. ti to..' !; good os new. Call or
write. Piano Player Co. Old Boston Store.
- aliseella neons.
AT CUT PRICES
We aave .you from 50c to
better w- 1V.L "... ana. 've
. imn correct weights.
uoscnblatt 'a Cut Price Coal Co.
f k AROUT 1.604 feet H4- Inch Ulraa anst Kia
ond hand; wm aell at bargain. Apply H.
W. Paker. .Supt.. Uee Bldg.. Omaba. Neo.
Kindling '11 a load dell vred. D. m.
fciS?'' FOF,NTA1NS' " secoud
nand, monthly payments. Deright, ISIS
farnam ait . i , . ; .
.OATi, Jfurw,ft--lunil' ".-ton- t 7
: Harmon & Weath, W. 848. vd.lt)
APPLES W,nt Variety
' . -H. Brown, Florence. T
'Tel. Florence ST.72. '
' f TYPEWRITER
Hllghtly used and ' rebuilt Underwoods,
Ollvera, Remiugtons,. SmUh Premiers. Mon
archs, L. C'. finiths and other makes. Full
guarantee. Prices U to manuracturers'
(l'und up). Lowest rental .prices. Look
over our stock before buying or write for
our bargain list. . Distributors L. C. Kmlth
& Bros, typewriter, j . .
i B. F. SWANSON CO., Inc.,
7- 417 8. il5th St Omaha, Neb.
j Also stores' at De Moines and Lincoln.
FARRAND Organ $40; candy case, porch
swing, tuMt and hall glass. 211 S. 26th
Ave. Tel A-2i04. ;.-.
' ! - i - - 1 ) j , -
AfOTflT?i! New and ' "strcondhand Dy
r, .7 'nainos and Motors; also
all kinds of electrical repairing. LeBron
Electrical- Woike. 313 S. 12th bt.
HALL'S safes, new. Xd-hand. IMS Farnam'
I SCHOLARSHIP on leading business col
lege for sulv at discount. Address P-tiM.
Bea. . . , .... i .
W! A , i-j
FOR SALS New end Id-hand billiard
and pool tableu. - Wa lead the wo-ld In
cheap bar fixtures. esy payments. Bruna-Wlck-Balke-Collei)dr.
407 S. loth St.
DRUaa at cut prlcea; freight paid on all
10 orders; catalogue free. Sherman ,fc Mo
Connell Drug Co., Omaha, Neb.
WE HAVE on hand a number of Ink oar
rela which e will, aell at Wo each Thy
Jare fine for rain water or aahea. Call at
Piessroom Bee Publishing Co.
FOR SALE National cash revixier with
' "e , cneap n taken at once.
Address K 863. Bee.
------ - . uauuiiRrica til r
bin cashier plate: r ire wicket h.im u tt
odd chape: will. fit a room fo rt u,m'
Can be seen at storage house. For further
particulars 'phone Douglas im. Bee Build
Jng Co, ...
6-FOOT oak roller top desk for aale at a
bargain. Apply Superintendent Bee Bldg.
The Bee's gains so
far this year in paid want
ads over 1909
makes a full ive page
paper. . No other Omaha
this record. Although
the nearest com-
pfetitpr lugs in a raft of
indecent ads and
run over Monday stuff
to i make a show.
Call .The Bee if you can't come down town..
"Want Ad Phone 1'38.
OFFERED FOR SALE
HTORM SASII 4:omp",t ""'k ,,,r"
'". Pt'.l)FlX . CO.. Contractor and
Uuildern. Room O, Nw York Lit Bldg.
FOR SALT per cent pM guaranteed
stock, exempt from taxation; verm-ad by
hulldpig loan. H. liurna. JrWl4 N. V. Life
JOHNSON INST.. 418 hi. Y. L. TeL D. 16S4.
Dr. Kathryn Nicholas. MK N. Y. L. Bldg
D. O. BARNELI f axlon Blk. Tel. Red 711J.
Hlll'FMA N. 318 Neville Uldg. book free.
Jl.OK) KOI! INFANTS' tlOME.
Your renewal to tne Ladies' Home Jour
nal and tiia Saturday Evening l'ot 1
worth 50c to the CliiioV Having Institute,
..""J alitady i:rned. Urgent, must one
M more subscription m Juntiary. Rush
them in. i m is no ordinary appeal, but
..u Invalid's Md lor a iivlthood in nope) of
oiialfit-sa on other publication. Siu.scrip
iii.ns t i Everybody a or McClures mean
,M) prize to me. 1 duplicate any offer. Write
lor complete inaK-irine cjtuiuawu and siory,
A Broken iiack." lo It no-, just Ot,r
uon. the Magaxine Man, Omaha. 'Phone
iuiigla" 71 ixl.
; a druyitaw cure tor unp. Consult Dr.
Marguerite ilailoran, XJi Neville Blk.
uoug. 77t.L Under .supervision of M. U.
STRICTLY private lio-ne for ' confine
ments; trained nui.-t; Im'ji lor adoption.,
Arlene de Voy. ilanicuring end inasa.ig&
.'2U 6. liith ril. rut a Pbuna D. 768a
OMAHA Rtaaimerrrs Ins., iiainKe UlUg.
PR1VATK HO.MJC during ' confinement.
Rubies tor adoption, (Joud bamarltua .-iniu
uiiiuiu, i im. Ave., Council iiiuus. ia.
VVH)Snd oup' tor men. , GRIFFITH.
f iui.,, UIlU lt KKaiNZii-H BUv.
VK tent aud reptUr all kinds of Btwlug
IliaCilillCH. tllU. A UOU. iM-ji.
MltKAbkA Ci'JurJ tU.
idiu ana lliiiiiojr' fits.
THIS BALVATIOjS AitJd.1 solicits cast-oft
cloiiilng. In fact anything you do not nd
U e collect, repair and sell at 134 K. nUi
St., lor cost uL collection, to tbe wortn)
poor. Call 'phone iougiaa 4iii and vnui.
A HOUU for women during confinement.
We find lioint for b.iult-s here iiiotliera
cannot care tor tbem. tiao-.ea boarded.
For terms address Mrs. Marina A. lea,
J01 Iiancioft Bt., Omana, Neb. 'Pnone
JOS1K WASHBURN'S now book. "The
Lndei world gwtr," sola at all book storss.
Swarta McKe!vy News Dept. 2d hand
bks Oer A Etig periodicals. io a. 15th.
MAGNETIC treatment. Mme. Smith,
DR. EQGERS' private confinement home'
lslii Martha be Phoria Douglas
BIRDIE Peters, teacher of piano. W. 1054.
MISS LA CRANE, batha, massage. 1817
Doile St., basement flat. Hours, ltint
it I p. n.
MASSAGE AND BATHS.
R. 30? Old Boston Store Bldg., 4th floor,
120 S. liith St. Stairway on Douglas St.
MUSIC furnished. Independent orchestra.
Dancing a specialty. Tel. Web. 126.
MAGNETIC and massage treatment. 311
No. 15th St.
MASQUE suits to rent Theo. Lleben
SWEDISH massage. Over 206 N. 17th St.
EXPERIENCED -nurse, 36 years: ladles
In confinement a specialty; prices reason
ablo. SlbS S. 13th .St. - .-
CHILBLAINS - 17002: cure.
.Ir Haines Drug Co.
MME. ALLEN of Chicago, salt glow, mag
?. l,?..ar,d maasage treatments. OVer 20i
Screenings. 11.60 100 Iba Wagner, 801 N. 18th
V iUON Red Turkoya. Embdcn Geese
and Indian Runner Ducks. Mrs. A. C.
rtoblnett. It. L Charlestown. Ind.
BARRED Plymouth Rock Cockerels for
sale; large bone, fine style and plumage.
My blrd.s wire winners at the leading
?Jl8 ?f xrNuebl?Bka- a w' ueiateln.
t remont. Neb. Route'2.
'PHONE ivn A.K'XV f- j
Lyngstnd Printing Ca. 16th .4 Capuo! Ava
WATERS PRINTING Cb., 622-624 S. 12th.
. HEAL tiSTATB DEALERS.
REED ABSTRACT CO., Est. 185S; prompr
service; get our prloea. 1710 Farnam St.
PAYNE INV. CO.. first floor N. Y. Llfa
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST CO
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON. President.
BENJAMIN U. E. CO.. 477 Brandcis Bldg.
4,000 will buy my 9-room modern
residence near Twenty-second and J
street. South Omaha. Lot 50x130;
east front. Might take 6 or 6-room
cottage as part payment. Address W
FOR SAL1 By owner, two-story, brand
new. square house; 250(1 Maple Ht.; ais
rooma, reception hall. bath, floored attic
with stairs; full cemented basement; best
furnace; plumbing and combination elec
tric light and gas fixtures; cement walks;
all ready to be occupied
.ifhAIIlIE.FA?K' hlKh rade ani1 artis
tic houses. $.1,500 to $5,000; small cash pay
ment and balance monthly. Paxton Real
restate company,, owner.
REAL ESI ATE
UTl I'lturhHI) Foil lALtl,
CLOSE IN INVESTMENTS
rw.000 Three-story and ba-e-ni"iit
IW, on Farnam m.,
, near VV. O. W. site.
jn.Ono- F,.r two practically
' new, fit. Ljuib futs,
all moiitm and a frame
liou.e, near I cats lines,
j schools and churcliea.
' within easy walking
distance of the busl
. ness district. Fronts
' east on paved atreet.
Theso flats were rented
before finished, and
h.'ivo nevtr been vacant
since. A sure, safe In
vestment, as well as a
good home In a loca
tion where values are
rapidly Increasing. Rent
f ir about 9 per cent
$12.000 For two. 10-room mod
ern houses, fronting
east on South 17th St.,
and 65 feet of va
cant ground fronting
west on 17th Ave. close
to the Omaha Dally
News Office. All s pe
rl lis paid on both Nts,
, Excellent location for
brick flats. This prop
erty aa It stands, only
half Improved, rente for
8 per cent on the total ''
Investment, and prop
. ' erly handled can be '
made to bring In a good
rate of Interest on a
more substantial Im
provement. $10.500 North west corner of
, 27th and Jackson Sis.
Two-story brick St.
Louis thtt, modern,
a. so vacant corner 50x
m feet adjoining, with
all special.! In and paid
for. Present owner
can show where this
property. If properly
nandlrd can be made
to net on the total In
vestment nt least 15 per
cent Reason for sell
ing, change In busi
ness. Conveniently lo-
-ted to schools,
C.iurches aiid car line.
Eleven choice residence Iota left at S2d
and Pacific Streets, now being offered for
the first time In many years. First class
residences built adjoining these lots. Slae
of lots, 50xl2x. This ia an opportunity to
aecuro a good lot In a neighborhood where
there has been very little for sale for sev
eral years. The prices are low, and Include
IIBvmnnt r f all ....... I 1 m i .
... .firLi.ua, x up . terms are
easy. Plat with prices upon application.
George & Co., 1601 Farnam St. .
Is all the cash .required to buy the S-room
house at No. 3107 Plnkney street; not new,
but In good condition. Price, $1,260.
and the balance at $18 per month, will
buy the fine 4-rooin, partly modern cot
tage at No. 15 North 20th street. Price,
and U3 per month will buy the nearly
new 6-roojn, modern house at 1 No. 3519
North 2ith street; full lot, 60x130 feet; ce
ment walks, sewer, water and gas; oe
pei" 9CO0lar; talrway t large attic.
and $25 per muhth wll buy the fine bunga
low In Hansoom Park district; new. mod
ern and complete In every way. The num.
?LJ South 34th Bt, and the price Is
$3,W8 Lot 49x160 feet ,
and $26 per month will buy the 6-room,
new, modern house at No. SXS North 17th
St.; full basement, good furnace; large
living room; lot 40x169 feet. .
and $.10 per month will buy the fine new
two-atory square house at No. 2018 Grand
Ave.; full basement, reception hall, par
lor, dining room, kitchen and butler's pan
try on the first floor, three good bed
rooms and bath room on the second loor;
all rooms papered; screens complete;
sodded yard; cement walks; lot 60x180 feet.
There Is nothing lacking In this house,
and the price $3,350 1b very low.
Norris & Martin,
'Phone Doug. 4270.
m Bee Bldg.
8-rooms, nearly new, $0 ft. lot south
front, street Just paved, half block to Far
nam line. $6,500. Terms.
Lease considered at $50 per month.
0 'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1002 N. Y. Llfa. i
Doug, or A-2162.
cash, balance monthly payments buya a
good fl-room cottage. New bath, toilet,
etc. "House now rents for $18 per mo.
Prloe $1,750. ,
, ' $500
balance monthly payments, buys a 7-room
2-atory, all modern house, paved street
On Jackson street, near 36th.
E, W. Stoltenberg,
43 B. of T Bldg. ' ' s Doug. 1610.
NEAR W. O. XV. SITE.
Harrison & Morton
NEAR BROWNALL HALL.
$ rooms strictly modern, large lot laun
dry In basement, fruit and shade trees,
cistern. A choice home. Cheap at $4,000.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
624 New York Life Bldg. Red-IMW.
Look No Further
Buy this coxy 5-room bungalow at 2328
so. S4tn tit. tcreignion a 1st Add.) Every
thing modern, except furnace, oak floors,
fine, level,, east .front lot, close to car and
pavement, price $2,800, $6u0 or $700 cash, bal
ance $iW per month.
Sole Agents. 601 N. Y. Life Bldg.
7-ROOM MODERN, CLIFTON HILL
Fine corner lot Just a step to two car
lines. Beautiful location. We want you
to look at lt. Price, $3,000.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
424 New York Life Bldg. Red-1999.
$6,000 CASH will net you 15 per cent
on the Investment; new brick flats; well
located; lll'AHANTEED. For particular
see GLOVER REALTY SYNDICATE,
Ground Floor, N. Y. L. Bldg.
MUST BE SOLD
Double brick flat renting for $1,080 per
annum; $4.0U0 cash. bal. In fiv. years. Price.
$,000; on 8. E. cor ?lst and California.
Two H-rouni mod. houses, close In. Prion
Five-room. mod. except heat, near 22J
and Grand Avfi. Price. $2,200.
.Blx vacant lots in Military add. Price,
$1,W0. Will exchange for cottage and pay
8-rooin. mod.. In Crelghton 1st addition;
oak finish throughout; full basement; one
of the best built homes In city, price $6 0u0
WESTERN REAL ESTATE CO".,
V. 411 Kurbach lilk.
Walking distance, I cottages, one 6-room
and one S-rooui, both modi-rn, except heat
lot IWxlOO, east front, paved street, all taxes
paid, always rented for $42.50 per month
Owner needs money and will sell for $4,500.
. P. (). NIELSEN CO.,
703 N. Y. L. Bldg. Both 'Phones.
W. O. Jensen builds homes right; plana
furulsl.ed. Ilea 27il Sriauldmg. Web. 3tu3.
CITY rHOCEHTl FOK
$2.300 Oood 6-room cottage, nearly new
modern, except furnace; desirable
neighborhood of new home. Full
SO-foot Int. Mb ck and half to car,
Reasonable terms; located at Sue
M. 400 Brand new. modem 5 room cottage
attractive both Inside and out; well
built; good lot. Block to car. store,
eto. Easy terms; would consider good
building lot or smaller property to
apply as part payment. Clifton Hill
$3.260 Six-room house, entirety modern and
brand new; full basement; east front
lot In choice locattun. Suitable terms
ran be arranged.
SIIIMER & CHASE CO.
Ctty. Buburtmn, Fiirm Property, Flr,
Tornado. Plat Gluf Innurance,
Factory Sltrs and HuKine Opportunities
$00 8o:uth 17th SL Both 'Phones.
49.5 Feet, $27,000
Three-story brick. Farnam St., between
20th and Mth; short option; act quickly.
Harrison & Morton.
BROOM MODERN HOUSE, $1,800
On Ohio street near 19th. Look at It It's
J cheap. Then we have othera.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
024 "New York Life Bldg. Red-1989.
t 8 ROOM HOU8E3
Corner on N. ISth St. near Lake. Con
venlent to car. Well rented. Snap at $4,6uO.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
824 New York Life Bldg. Red-im
N. WEST W. O. W. SITE.
Harrison & Morton
ONLY $100 CASH
Nothing Like It
Ever Offered Before
Brand new, fine home of 6 room, recep
tion hall and outside sleeping portico;
first floor finished in oak; fine combina
tion light fixtures. Carton furnace, new
window shades, linen closet, etc.; cement
wanes an around, price only xa.ajo, wltn
$100 down, balance 110 monthly and $200 an
nually for four years; then only $21 per
month. Let us show you this ana you 11
DON'T PAY RENT ANY LONGER.
Johnston & Wesley,
Phone Douglas 1235. 305 S. 17th fit
NEAR NEW U. P. HEADQUARTERS,
Harrison & Morton
5 ROOM MODERN $1,800
. On Ohio St, near two car lines. Surely
m pa-rguiu ik me pneet .
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
624 New York Life B'dg. Ked-im
PLENTY of cash buyers and trades for
omana property ana farms, DeFord In
vestment Co., 220 Coronado Bldg.. Denver.
24TH and Emmet Sts., 7 rooms, modern,
good barn; special price if sold this month.
C. W. UNDERHILL, 331 Board of Trade.
po a REAL ESTATE
Fa Hit AUli U .!.. 11 USD FOR IALB
SOLID BLOCK : "
THE GREAT FALL WHEAT COUNTRY.
WINTERS MILD. BUY NOW.
This land Is only a short distance from
Lethbridge, the great fall wneut center.
and close to good railroad town of 2,000
people; 90 per cent plow land; no stones;
fine soil. Price Jll.oO net tier acre: one-
third cash. You can easily pick up $20,000
on mis land within the next elgnt months.
Western Canada ia on the eve of a tre
mendous boom. Government reports show
grtat results for this locality. Call or ad
aress. QUINLAN & TYSON,"
108 Dearborn St., Cnicago.
FARM BARGAIN Must be sold on ac
count of owner s healtn; well improved
iCiO-acre farm, seven and a quarter mile
from town, price, fck pr acre: eauy temio.
J. T. Campbell. Lltchtield. Neb.
MONTANA LANDS. ,
I have for sale 3,1180 acres of fin. farm
ing land, all within 8 miles of a small town
on the extension of the C. M., V, a. K. It.,
in Custer county, Montana, which i will
sell as a body or tut it up to plefcse the
purchaser, and on llb"ial terms. For par.
ticulars address E. E. Jordan. ' Wibaux;
BEAUTIFUL Okeechobee Park, border
ing soutnern snores oi take Okeechobee,
In Evergiaaes of Florida; richest land In
tilt, world; trout unanown; climate unex
cuied year round; healthiest spot In Amer
ica; tracts of rive acres up. iTice Vio per
acie; easy terms. Land produces iruai
to ai.uiiu per- acre, immediate possession;
title perfect. All tracts within one nine
of lake. Send for ptal, sanipit of soil and
uetcrlptlve literature. Fionda Land De
velopment company, 108 West .Forsyth Hi.,
FOR SALE A good farm of 318 acres 6
n.iles south of the Hock island railroud at
Douds, Van Buren county, lowu. Good
sue a welling nouse and bank barn, a. no
outbuilding, all in good condition: .a acres
of good land to cultivate and pienty of btua
grass pasture, with never tailing water for
sloca to go to at all times. All under
fence. Good InvjlLinoat, too per acre. Ad
dress W. Clayton, Douds-Leaudo',' la.
. . , 1
We have lOu.tuo ucies of choice land to
select from, raiiKii.g in price from fc to
V4u per acre.. Tina tand is in the oil and
gas a uu id anu you might get au oil well
v.uh your land.
NOWA t A LAND AND LOT CO.,
gikle New York Lite d.tlg.
SOUTH DAKOTA LANDS.
I have listed over 20.000 acres of IM
PROVED lands In CENTRAL SOUTH
DaiyoTA at prices lunging from $20 to
6 per acre, 'i tacts are from 80 acres to
a section or more. v ill . furnish .detailed
Information on receipt of letter of lu
qut.y, and adv.ee as tt tlj of fuun wan'teu.
E. H. AMBLER. 312 Barker Block. Omaha.
A DEEP, RICH BOIL, SUNSHINE
all the time; water when you want It
Land at $5 tv $40 per acre for well Im
proved farms; go cee it February 1. Very
IVW IUUI.U llll I .IT.. TV 111 lit,
NOWATA LAND & Lol' CO..
Suite 24 New Yjrk Ufa Biug.. Hd ld.
125-ACRE farm for aale. Oood buildings
with all modem Improvements, will eut WO
tons hay. Address Bog $5. Pituford
If you bav. anything to sell or exchange
advertise It In The Bee Want Ad columns.
REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE
FARM AMI KAMH l.t Ft)H lURTARU AND HAHCIt LaSd FOR SAI.B
Our next excursion leaves Omaha for Tamnleo, Mexico. Tuesday, February 1.
Railroad fare for round trip, Omaha to T amplco, Mexico and return, $41.75.
The Atascador lands, consist of 192.0HO a ere of the finest am Icultursl land In the
world. This tract Is a strictly American c olony, with American schools and Amer
This tract Is near Tampleo, one of th e flneet harbors on the Gulf coast They
grow two crops of corn each year. An Ideal climate, altitude 400 feet above set
lvel, and being near the Gulf coast there la an average summer temperature of M
degrees and a winter temperature of 7$ degrees. No freexlng or frost; no extreme
hrat In the summer. Corn, fiber, orange a and lemons are a great auccesa In this
locality. An Ideal stork country, cattle g row and fatten the year roiin on the native
grasses, l'.elng near the coast this tract h as an abundance of rainfall. Kotl la a
black, rich loam.
Wonderful possibilities for money ma king. Corn makes Trom 25 to 50 bushels
to the acre and flnda a ready market at $ 1.00 per bushel In gold. Fiber, twoyears
after planting, yields a profit of $75.00 to $ 150.00 per acre net Vegetables freh'every
month In the year. Oranges, lemons and g rapefrult are very profitable crops. Mex
ican labor costs 37 4) cents per'day. You e an now see the crops on the ground and
the fruit on the trees.
This land Is being sold at $12.00 per acr e. In M-acr tracts $2 00 per acre cash,
balance on easy terms. Hundreds of Nebr aska and Iowa farmers have purchased
land, and many of them now living on th e Ata:cador tract. - The many Americana
purchasing and settling on this tract will s oon cause these lands to be worth $100 per
Call or write for literature, giving fu H description of this wonderful country
and for a list of names of Nebraska an d Iowa parties who have purchased some
of these lands.
All who went with us on the last exo urslnn were well pleased and nearly every
one purchased some of these cheap lands. It Is a very pleasant and Interesting trip.
Write us If you wish to join our excursion.
MEXICO GULF COAST LAND COMPANY
68214 Brandeis Building.
A FARM 1IOM15
AT A SMALL COST
' TAKE A DESERT CLAIM
IN THIS FAR-FAMED
COLORADO AND UTAH
WHERE EVERY PREMIUM
We will sell you water rlgnts for same at
$66 per acre foot on yearly or monthly' In
stallments, without Interest. Just stop and
consider what thla Interest Item amounts
to for a term of years at 8 per cent.
There 1b no gamble or element of chance
In this, aa you make your own selection
out of thousands of acres which have not
been picked over and over.
THE GRAND VALLEY 19 CONCEDED
TO BE ONE OF THE MOST FERTILE
VALLEYS IN THE UNITED STATES,
BEING ADAPTED TO THE GROWING
TO PERFECTION OF ALL THE COM
MON CROPS KNOWN TO MAN. THERK
IS PERHAPS NO SECTION OF THE
UNITED STATES WHERE PRODUCTS
ATTAIN SUCH HIGH PERFECTION.
FRUIT GROWING IS THE LEADING
AND MOST PROFITABLE INDUSTRY.
You do not have to live on this land,
under the desert act, but must oultlyate
one-eighth of lt before proving up.
Our ten-acre tract proposition will Inter
SLia TT TrV- XT-4 W
WM. II. HENNEY, State Agent,
411 South 15th St., Omaha.
Opposite Orpheum Theater
WE are hcaduqarters for NORTH DA
KOTA AND MONTANA LAND; large or
small tracts; easy terms. We own our
land and do some handling on cash basis.
S. G. CLARK CO., 423 N. Y. Life Bldg.'
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONEY TO LOAN Payne InvstmentCo.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
$X to $6,000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co.. loul N. Y. Life. Doug, or
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam St.
LOWEST RATES Bemls. Brandeis Uldg.
LOANS to borne owners and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay-
me nt semi-annually Mo commission,
w. rl. TWOAl AS,
$03 First National bank Uldg.
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated
Apply Rooms 417-18 First National Bank
Bldg. Bell phone Douglas 23iS.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha Business Property.
Room L New York Life Bldg:
PAYNR. BOSTWICK A CO. N. Y I.lf.
Private money, $500 to $5,000; low rate.
EASTERN Nebraska farm loans n,i
loans oa high-grade Omaha residence diod-
erty at low Interest, optional payments,
no delay. 1. blbbernsen. Old Boatun biore
OAR VIM RrtoH rts m v t if. t:.i m
$200.0uu on Improved rioperlv. N" delay.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUVEKS FOB
C i and 7- room houses If prices are right
we can sew your ptoperty for you.
JsOWATA L-tNll AND LOT CO..
Suite M I-. Y. Lite Bldg-
REAL ESTATE FCR RENT
IMPROVED ACRE TRACT FOR RENT.
& acres, oOth und Dodge bis., on paved
road and street car line; good b-room House
aad other outouiioings; 10 acres plow land,
balance nay and pasture land; bearing truit
trees; rental HO per month.
GEORGE Ac CO., 1001 Farnam. Doug. 750
400 ACRES. 2H miles west of Dundee, on
Dodge tt. ruuu; the very Oest of Improve
ments; ii per acre.
GEORGE Ac CO., 1001 Farnam. Doug. 75
$7,000 STOCK general merchandise and
$6,uuu brick flock of 3 large stoic room,
on account, of manager guing west, must
be. disponed of at once. Located In goon
town on main line ot U. P. lt. R. Wil,
exchange lur farm land or' Omaha Income
property. Gel uusy (or Us a bargain.
W. W. Mitchell, Board of Trade Blda..
$ ROOMS, modern; corner lot. 60x100:
paved street. In West Farnam district.
I'rice, 17, ow. Want land or Omaha va
l-ti.Ouo stock general merchandise.
17,VU0 stock hardware and Implements.
Want land. Don't boost prices. We have
nu time to whittle. x
NOWATA LAND AND U)T CO.,
' CM New York Life Ulu-. Hed-ltttt.
WE MAKE a specialty of exchanging
property. HARRY H. CULVER, Suite JOH.
.". Y. Life Bldg., Omaha.
820 ACRES CLEAR LAND.
Will exchange for Oman Improved or
will consider well located vacant lots. Re
member we ray no attention to whlttlers.
NOyATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
624 New York Life Bldg Ited-19K.
mill now pay fur a real tailor
made suit at my simp. I cut the
price, not the quality.
TAIIIR BECK. Ill South
G. A. LINQUE8T CO., tJ5 Paxton Block.
JOHN KADMAN, The Tailor. 704 N. 16th Rt
D. COOPER, TAILOlC'Wfo
A. THEODORE, "600" Block Tailor.
SEE SISTEK, young man's fashionable
tailor. 412-13-14-15 Paxton Block.
A cheap tai'or is always dangerous. See
J. A. Kcrvan, 508-10 Brandeis Bldg.
Alv'nriVXf Merchant Tailor,
auylJU 1411 Harney St, Doug. 6987.
TCI AflrvRON BOSTON TAILOR.
A FEW $35 and $30 suits, while they last,
only $26. MAX MORRIS, The Tailor. 301
YOUSEN, BUSY TAILOR. 1205 Farnam.
NORDIN, The ,Tallor-1622 Douglas St.
Rylen & Linderrnan
A RTIRTN Clcanlpg. dyeing, suits
a. iiuum pressed. 60c. ISOit St Mary's.
WANTED TO BUY
iOOD price paid for 2d-hand clothes,
shoes and furniture. SELNKlt, D. 6041.
HIGHEST prloe paid for broken watches,
o'il gold. eto. M. Nathan, 211 S. 13th.
BALTIMORE 2d-hand store pays best
price 2d-ha:id furniture, clothes, eto. D. 42i'e.
BEST price paid for second-hand furnl.
ure, carpets, clothing and shoes l ei, Doug.
BEST prices for 3dhand furniture. D 44G9.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Room and board In private
family. Address W 875, Bee.
WANTED Two or three rooms, furnished
"and modern, for light housekeeping, clo.ie
In. Call Dcuiglaa 145, or A-4145.
WANTED Suite of rooms or large al
cove, with boaid, on or near car line, for
mcther and daughter; daughter employed
In public school. Address T t&9. Bee.
COUPLE wants board and room whe:-e
they will be treated as one of the family.
Address A 860, Bee.
ELDERLY gentleman and wife wish to
board close in; prefer private family. Ad
dress A 876. Bee.
WANTED Modern apartments for two;
prefer western section of the city. Address
B 86L Beo.
WANTED By young roan, place to work
for board white attending Buyma college.
WANT position as collector; can give
best of references. Address Y 30, Bee.
ALL AROUND baker wants sit'; guar
anteed work. Ornamentation specialty.
Address Box 4S, Missouri Valley, la.
PIANO teacher will take limited number
ber of pupils; very reasonable. 201 South
JAPANESE wants to work a few hours
In morning. Address L 870, Bee.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Real estate transfers for January 20. fur
nished by Midland Guarantee: '
George Fexsenden to Fred C. Haynes.
part of lot 8, Elllstone Place $ 276
Solomon J. Flremone and Anna Fire
stone to George Fessenden, lots 8
and 9, ElllHlone Place.... 100
Wilson T. Graham, guardian, to i
Zephanlah Darnell. 20 feet lot 6
and e20 feet lot 6,' block 2, Parker's
Clara Martin to Zephanlah Darnell,
same , i
n. w. Hcnneck to George MacDoug-
all, lot 6, block 3, Lake View 1,000
ueorge A. Richardson and wife to
Martrh Keeves, lot 10, block 2, Glen
coo Place .... j
George M. Cowles and wife to Em
met A. Erway, ulfc seVi 28-16-10 6,300
cnicago & Northwestern Railway
company to Union 1'uo.flc Railroad
company part of lot 5, block 201,
r.otuii oinuha, and other property.. 1
oscuruy utna ana Trust company to
P. H. Smalley. lot 19. block 12.
Omaha View 6,000
jeannetie I', tucker and husband to
Horace M. HIitKlna. iU lota 1 and 1
Hillside Reserve 7,000
iuury u. noiorook and husband to
(loseppe Smnert. lot 10, block 112.
Florence , 375
ci nestina neattie and husband to
Henry U. Meyer, lots 22 to 27, Bell-
jonn j. uooflner and wlfo to Nancy
WelJ. lot 12, block 16, Shull'a 2d 400
ivora i-owers to Clement Chase, lota
L7 and 88,. Falracres 5,400
ueraa u. swenson to Jessie p. Cold-
well, lot 103, Lonox 100
r.. k. rowier to w. L. Kelby, lot 14
block 120, Dundee 1
Sidney S. Montgomery et al. to Wil
liam It Wall, lots 1 and 4, block 47,
Broxton Garland to A. Sprecher, W4S
feet of lot 6, block 2, Myers, Rich
ardson & F
W, S. Frank and wife to A. H. Benl
ton, undivided half n75 feet lota 7
and 8, block 13, Jelter'sdd 1
Balthas Jetter to Henry J. Jetter, lot
Lbtock 300. South Omaha 1
Lorinda M. Robinson and husband to
Penny Nowloh, stt feet lot 16. block
3, Campbell's add 1,650
Bert Fowler and wife to O. E.
Stewart, lot 20. block 8, Pruyii Park 10
O. E. Stewart and wife to George P.
Bemla Real Estate company, lot 20,
block 3. Pruyn Park 1
Nebraska National bank to Rudolph '
Von Luttger, lot 6, block 2, Sunset.. I
WKEKLT tAIMNUS BCTWCIX MONTR I AU
QUkblCC AMJ UVkHPOOU
MoUiils tottw en ny atuatle usu iu gnsriena,
VtrMa oa all iiaauikni
C. I. likNJAMIN, O. A
til as. Ctaxs sc. ufciwsa. IU
AI.IC OP CONDKMNFD OV ERrV)AT-e
Office of Depot yuartermneter, St. Louis,
Mo January 8, luiO. Sealed proposals In
duplicate will be received here until 11
1. m., January 25. lsio, for the purchase of
4,S overcoats. kery. dyed black. Sample
may be aeen and blank forma obtained at
this office and at office of depot quartsr
rraster, New York, Boston, Philadelphia,
Omaha and office of chief quartermaster,
Chicago. Certified check for twenty per
Cent of amount of bid required. Envelopes
containing proposals to be marked: "P10
posal for condemned overcoats, to be
opened January 2ft, 1910,': and addressed:
Captain XV. M. Coulling, U, S. A , Depot
CHIEF QUARTERMASTERS OFFICE.
umann, .jeo., Ieceniber 14. 1!U. Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, will be received
here and by quartermaster at ' the post
named herein, until 10 s. tn.. central
standard time, January 34, 1U10, tor furnish
ing oats, nay and straw, during the period
from Febrimiy 10. 1H10. to June SO. Win.
at Fort Mackensle, Wyoming. Proposals
for delivery at other placea will -not l.
entertained. United States reserves rlht
to reject or accept any or alt propoxals or
any part thereof. Information furnished
on application here or to iiarlrmaater at
station named. Envelope containing
piopoKais siiouia ne mar sect iTnpnsnls for
Forage," and addressed to Major D. K.
McCarthy, C. Q. M. D.2-i0-$l.J.2-21-U.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
l NIO STATION Tenth and Mason.
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Chi. A Jap. F'st Mail 4:10 p.m.
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Fast Mail a a tM piu
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Norfolk-BonHtell a 7:60 am al(l:45 Pm
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Sat 12 p. 111 all: 15 pm 6:30 pui
Chicago Express a 7:lj am
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Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific
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Iowa Locul .M0: Ho am b ").eb pm
Chicago-Eastern Exp. .a 4:40 piu a 1:15 pm
invaiucui hk L.ia.a v:u& pin
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Okla and Texas Exd a i 'M 11m
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Crew Blamed " ;
' for Man's Death
Inquest Verdict ia Case of . Emmet
Elassell, Killed by Burling--. .
ton at Gibson.
The crew operating the '-engine- which
Struck and killed Emmel Elassell -'Ifi' the
Burlington yards at Gibson station was
held responsible by the verdict of a Jury
which saon the Inquest held by Willis
The Jury found that Elassell came' to' his
dcatl while In the performance of his duty,
and that there was no proper warning to
him of the approach of the engine. .
The members of the' switching crew are
Harvey Cox. engineer; CharHg Wilson, fire
man, "and Oeorge Dodgrlll, swltchmau.
SUES FOR FIRE INSURANCE
Ur. DuMt-un Turner Tries to Collect
. Twenty-Five Hundred Dollars
Loss on Ilia House.
Dr. Duncan Turner la try ing to collect In
district court the Insurance money for loss
caused by that fire which a I,.-- 1.....
spring declared Dr. Turner, did not hlm-
m ..mi, aunougn tho county attorney's
office maintained he did. r
Turner Is suing the Columbia Fire Insur
ance company for $2,500 alleged damage to
his possessions by the fir at 1706 Chicago
Street. Tho Insurance cnmminv ,i,i.,
-up negligence on the pan of the physi
cian, uorneys for the defense would
like to refer to the arson eiir. ' 1,,.,
owing to the behavior of a Jury which
heard the arson charge, these lawyers nr.
rnecuveiy stopped from thla
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