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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27. 1010.
OFFEREE FOR REMf
1'itru nice modern rooms. Including hat.
$j0n 1. o.. .Ave, " pouglaa 6969;
A -44; u
.lapses ed Cottage.
OMAHA Van A Storage Co.. park. mo
tore, h h.- goodsi storehouse, 1120-24 N.
l.h; oflio- 38s S., 17lb St. . Tel. Douglas '5Vi
HOUSES. Insurance. Ringwalt, Barker Blk.
MOI'KRN.T-room house. 21G 8. 35th Ave.
I'll. Hi" luglai 4.'87.
BRICK house, 2H14 D.-wey Av., 7 rooms,
inndfrii.. Moyer Stationery Co., 1016 For
S-ROOT.r, modern rinti.e, n w plumbing,
nl.e lawn. 719 So. 37ih. Key at 721 So. 37lh.
7 ROOMS, i.iodem hnilw, lfiut Spruce St.
II. j. Plumb, 1J0 B.13th St
TiOUSp-.HOLD OOKrD packed, forwarded:
cheap freight t!' mtvlng and' storing.
Expressmen's Delivery f'o. Tel. Doug 294.
, t T
t Lhns poyer,
22d and Turnings St.,
for houses and flats, from $10 to $40, and
from three to ten rooma.
- , f .
IIOUSEi flats, Garvin Broa.. 318 N. T. L.
TrOlTHESl 1,1 ' "Imparts of the city
IIUUOM Crclgh Bona & Co.. Bee Bldg.
NO EQUAL -Steam, beat, .all . modern. 7
an-. . a aua u aeu-fii v
FOR RE NT 9- room brick house, all mod
ern. 2009 WlUls Ave., (25.
4-room apartment City water, toilet, Vi'a
No. 18th, I2.M.
8-room, all modern, combination fixtures,
will be vacant ivon, corner house, east
front, I4IIL ..... .
C. M. BACHMANN.
4M-37 Puxion Blk.
Tel. Red 2t39. Rea TeL D. (OS.
MAGGAhD Van Ik Rtorage Co. D. IV
Pack, store and ulilp household goods.
HOUSES Peters Trust Co.. N.Y.Llfe Bldg,
FOR RENTNtpe 6-room cottage at 2311
Hp. 13th. '
1234 Park Wi:Je Ave., -r., air mod., $30.00.
1422 No. "19th St.; 10-r., all mod., r 00.
,17:14 South 17th St., -r., a:i mod., $25.00.
103H South' MM St., 4-r, city water, $8.00.
H1RKETT A TEBBENH.
42 Bee Bids.. Phones Doug. 4704, A-17M.
5-room, modern cottage. 3023 S. 21st, $18.00.
-room, modern, new, 339 No. 13th, $27.50.
8-room. modern, 2108 Grant, $30.00.
S-room, modern, -ana barn, 960 No. 2Tith,
$10.00.' , - -9-room,
rnddern,' barn, 527 Park Ave., $40.
8-room, modern, barn, 4601 Seward, $18.00.
,THOS W. HAZEN,
. 108 So. 18th, Phone Doug. 1300.
FOR RENT Fine barn, strictly up-to-
date. 614 Park' Ave. For particulars tele
phone Harney 1329 or cull at Sommer Bros.,
?6o arnam. . , -
k'WANT an 'o'rfer for the twa atbrr brlcle
bunding at lzu ana lilt Howard streai.
.Will rent for $200 a month. Eastern owner
,A-lHeeU cheap. .. , . . : .
Room 1 New York Ufa Building..
i. ,r..Otleea.- . - .-
' ' tKRK am office spaed lor rent. .Address
OFFERED FOR SALE
SECOND-HAND furniture at the Child's
Saving Institute ..to. furnish, four bedrooms
in a cottage adjoining ins inauiuie. Any
one who can donate beds, bedding, dress
ers, stands,' chairs., rugs, curtains or-anything
else for that -purpose is requested to
'phone the matron. Webster 1991.
A NICELY furrashed steam heated 14
room flatj'-elose la,fuUot roenaere. ;-A bar
gain for cash. Address K 786. Bee.
Household Furniture SS:
e.e prlcep to move stock, quickly. Amarlcan
Furniture Co., 220 N. 16th.
$2 ! Typewrltass.
SECOND hand typewriters sold, repaired
Central Typewriter Exchange, ltv7 Farnam
Typewritera For, Kent aAy..
son Co.,, 417 South 15th street, Omaha,
" FOR SAITE Typewriters. Invisible Smith
Premier, only lined a few months; 3 type
writer chairs and typewriter desk. 603 Bee
building. Tel. Douglas 2527. -
. i i i .. ,i. i
8KCONB-HAND' Edison and Other Phon
ographs, $3 to $25; good as new. Call or
w(te. Piano Player Co. Old Boston Store.
AT CUT PRICES
We save you from 50c to
$1.60 OA ever? tdn and irtve
better coal. We guarantee correot weights.
tioseiiblatt Cut Price Goal Co.
ABOUT 1.60 feet H-lnch wire cable, sec
ond hand;' will sell at bargain. Apply K.
W. Baker. Supt Bee Bldg.. Omaha. Nb.
' SODA" FOUNTAIN8. new and second
hand; monthly payments. Derlght, 1813
Firnam St- . ,
rO-VT. Furnace lump 'a ton tK 7K
V.V , Hnrmon ft Weath. W. 848. JPO'J
A PPT . If S Barreled; Winter Variety
A J-u-"- R. C. Brown, Florence. H0
- Tel. Florence 4572.
Kindling $1 a load delivered. D. 44S.
w and secondhand Dy
namos . and Motors: also
nil' kinds of electrical repairing. LeBron
Lleclrtcal Works. 313 S. 12th St.
-imVOS at eut prices; freight paid on all
$10 orders;- oatalogue free. Sherman . Ma
Connoll Drug-Co.. Omaha, Neb.
- SCHOLARSHIP on loading bimlness col
leite for . sake at dlsr-eunt. Address P-K04.
HALL'S safes, -new. Id-hand. UU Farnam
FOR 8ALENew and Sd-hand billiard
and pool tables. We lead the wo-ld In
cheap bar fixtures, ey payments. Bruns
ulck-UHlku-Cuileudcl'. 407 R. 10th St
WE HAVE en hand a number of Ink nar
rels which e will sell at bOo each, Thiy
are fine for rain water or ashes. Call at
pieftroom Bee Publishing Co.
FlS'K upright Kimball -piano, $95; owner
hewing 'city. 21 N. 22d St.
FOR SALE National cash register, with
tape almost new; cheap if taken at once.
Addrusa K fit. Bee.
ID-HAND oak counter, hcnd-carved mur
bl cashier plate; wire wlrket about 40 ft,
odd shape; will fit a room 2C fet
f'.-in be seen at storage house. For further
iirticiilurs phone Douglas 238. Bee Build-
ng Co. .
STORM SARIJ 382, .nnotVceT
.O. KUNDFIX A CO.. Contractors and
Builders, Room O. Nw York Llf Bldg.
SECOND-HAND scales at 1607 Harney.
IF It's secondhand, we have It. Levy, 411
N. 20th St.. South Omaha. Tel. South 225.
liAIJlfl"1! -Al.Xt KINDS FOR ANY
JmiUtLls) PURPOSE-MAGIC CITY
BARREL OO-SO. OMAHA So. 1125.
SKt'OND-HAND safe, $25. 1110 Farnam.
JOHNSON INBT, III ti Y, L TeL D, ltii
Dr. KaUiryo Mobola,. 60$ N. T. L. Bldg
fu- BARNEI.L. Faxton Blk. Tel. Red TIB.
HUFFMAN. $1$ Neville b:u.Boir free
MCCHAN'i i-THFUA FT
m a nrnf:l'it rur for ffmalrt wakns.
(' nw1t lr. Mnrguere4e HaHnvan, ZzS Nt
villo Iilk. D. 7iUL I'niler stiprvlRlon of M. I.
H,0 FOR INFANTS' HOME.
Your renewal to ttie Ladies' Homo Jour
nal and the hatuioay fc.ven.ng t'osi
worth 50c to trm C'lilld.i" Kavln Institute.
57'0 alieady on.d. I'rent. must have
W more Kulmcrlpllons In January. Huh
tliem In. Thlo Is no ordinary appeal, but
an invalid s hid for a livtlhooa in nope ni
bunlneas on )tlier publication. Subscrip
tions to Kverybody's or McCluie'S mean
$1(10 prise to me. 1 duplile any offer. Write
for complete niaa&xine cmaT.iKu ai'u iu. .
A Ilriiken Hack. io n now. jui uur-
don. th M:igusino Man, Omalia. Pnone
Don gin 4
t-n... ...kcrlnllnn to either thf, Rntiintav
Rvening Poet or the L,adlt ' Home Journal
Ih worth So rents to Cliild Kavlng Inntltute.
$7WI alieady earned.
Mum have 4!0 more HUbscrtptlons by Feb.
2.V Bi-liisx $1,018 check for Hables' home.
Act, for ttod's sake! Mend In your renewals
In advance make it two yeurs 11 you 11 He.
You rny news stands .0o. My price l.bu.
r'ave 1.10. Interewt your friends. Kemi'iii-
lier this Is nut sentiment, but an Invalid's
bid for a livelihood in hope of business on
other magaslnee. Write for complete cata
logue and story, "A Broken Back." Ad
The Magazine Mali.
Tel. Douglas 7153, Omaha, Neb,
STRICTLY private home for. conflne
menu, trained nurse; babies for adoption
Arlene de Voy. Manicuring and masaaga
(20 S. 16th 8t. Flat 8. 'Phone D. 7tW.
PRIVATE HOMK during confinement;
hables for adoption. Good Samaritan Ban!
toiium, 740 1st Ave., Council Bluffs, la.
UTfl'nd toupes for men. GRIFFITH.
VUUkU and 14 FHKNZh.lt BLK.
WR rent and repair all kinds of sewing
maclilncs. lnd. A li'Oi, Doug, liial
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO
16th and Harney bts.
THE SALVATION ARMY sollclU caat-ofl
clothing, In fact anything you ao not need
We rnllecti repair and sell at 134 N. Ilia
BL. for cost of collection, to the worthy
poor. Call 'phone Douglas 4133 and wagoa
A HOME for women during confinement
We find homes for babies where mothers
cannot care for them. Babies boardsd
For terms address Mrs. Martha - A. ie&.
401 Bancroft bt.. Omaha. Neb. 'Phone
JOS1E WASHBURN'S new book, "The
underworld 6ewer. ' sold at all book stores
Swarts & McKelvy News Dept. 2d hand
dks uer oc ng periouicaia. itw a. 14th
f A O'M'P'.'TTn treatment Mme. Smith.
y 622 S. 16th Bt. third floor
PR. EGQERa" private cpnflnement home
1C16 Martha St Phone Douglas 6230.
""BIRDIE Peters, teacher of piano. W. 1064.
MIS8 LA GRANE. baths, massage. 1417
Doage Bt., Daseiuent flat loura. 10 a. m
to p. m.
AfnTTT,Tfi'M,SUnlon orchestra. Up-to-MUUUlViX
0 date, catchy, danceable
music. Khul Mouiton, director. studio,
606 Karbach Block. Doug. 7745, lnd. A-43SX
MASSAGE AND BATHS.
R. $08 Old Boston Store Bldg.. 4th floor.
UO S. luth St stairway on Douglas St
MUSIC furnished. Independent orchestra.
Dancing a specialty. Tel. Web. 1Z6. -
MAGNETIC and muaui treatment, til
eio. win hi. - .
MASQUE suits to rent Theo, Ueben.
OMAHA Stammerers'. 'Ins.,. Ramge Bldg.
tt y ur-rjt it v-r-c-r r .,n p. . 1.41..
In confinement a specialty; prices reason
CHILBLAINS S?- W
MASSEOTHERAPHY Mme. Allen of
Chicago, bathx, salt glow and massage
treatments, zvj im. 17th St.. room L
Screenings. $1.60 100 lbs. Wagner, $01 N. Utb
BOURBON Red Turkeys, Embdcn Goc.-e
ana jnaian nunner ijucks. Mrs. A. C.
Koblnett, it 1. Cliarlestown. Ind.
BUFF turkeys; toms, $3.50; hens, $3. R.
R 1-hnmnflnn A 1 1 1 a r. 1.
BARRED Plymouth Rock Cockerels for
sale; large bone, fine style and plumage.
My birds were winners at the leading
snows oi ieDrasKa. u. vv. euersiein,
t rcmont, iseD. Koute 2.
TWO Barred Rock cockerels. ''Ringlet'
strain very high class blrdH. H. H. Put
nam, 6140 CurtlH St. Telephone Harney 0,
'PHONE IND. A-220 for good printing
Lyngstad Printing Co.. ICth Capito! Ave.
WATERS PRINTING CO.. 622-524 S. 13th
MILLER ft JAMIESCN. quick printers.
mi nnug'as Ht Tel. Doug. 42S9; lnd. A 42s.
REAL tilTATB DBALBRI,
REED ABSTRACT CO:. Est. 185S; prOmp
servlco; get out prices. 1710 Farnam tt
PAYNE INV. CO.. first floor N. Y. Llfa
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST CO.
C'H AS. E. WILLIAMSON. President
BENJAMIN U. E. CO.. 477 Urandcis Bldg
Geo. D.- Perrlne. 832 Paxton. - Doug. 780L
. -t t ...
ONLY $100 CASH
Nothing Like It
Ever Offered Before
Brand new, fine home of 6 rooms, recep
tion hall and outside sleeping portico; first
rioor finished in oak: fine cotiibinat.on light
fixtures. Carton furnace, new window
shades, linen closet, etc.; cement walks all
around. Price only $3.300, 'with $100 down,
balance $:0 monthly and $200 annually for
four years; then only $21 per month. Let
us show you this and you'll buy It.
DON'T PAY RENT ANY liONGER.
Johnston & Wesley,
Phone Douglas 1236. 306 S. 17th St
Owner has reduced the price for a quick
sale on good 8-room house, strictly modern,
fronting cast on paved street; barn; in
Windsor-Place, two blocks from Hanscom
Park and car line. Prioe. $3,200.
1). V. SHOLES CO.,
Ill lid. Trade Bldg., 16th and Farnam Sts.
Telephone. Doug. 4. Ind. A-2019.
Two large corner lota, side track to B. ft
M. adjoining, less than 600 ft. to U. P. and
B. ft M. tine to South Omaha. Opposite C.
W. Hull Co's yards. Only $ blocks west of
South 24th car line,' at Oak St., and close
to Vinton car barn, $1,000,
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
10U3-J-4 N.' Y. Life. 'Doug, or A-2152.
5 ROOM MODERN $1,800
On Ohio St., near two car Hues. Surely
fc.'irHtn at the price.
NOW ATA LANK AND LOT CO..
Cl iew Yuik Life li Jg Itod-Litt.
REAL EbTATE .
CITY I'HOI'RIl', V I' I'll IAI B.
IMPROVED ACRE TRACTS
$4 200 for oiKht acres In
Florence, reveii blocks north
of end of car line. All In
cultivation. Electric light In
street. Young fruit trees of
different varieties. Con
venient to churches, school,
stores, etc. Five-room house,
large barn, a good chicken
house and well. R-asonable
$Ti,000 for 20 acres, aK In
cultivation, about V f a
mile west of car '.Ine in
Florence. Has 3-rooin house,
barn, chicken coops and
some bearing fruit trees;
well, etc. Tills Is only $260
per acre for laid noar the
city conveniences, and must
bo sold quickly at this price.
Investigate at once, as 20
acrn tracts are difficult to
$.",610 for five acres about
eight blocks northwest of
end of Ames avenue car line, ,
having 10-room house, burn,
chicken houses and all nec- '
essary outbuildings. 2 acres
of grapes 10 years old. Bear
ing fruit of nil kinds. Land
lays high and sightly, nearly
level. A very good propo
sition. Five acres additional
adjolnlnir, unimproved, can
be had for $2,000.
$3,000 for five acres, facing
east on Calhoun paved road
In Florence Heights, nicely
located, affording a beautiful
view in all directions, with a
desirable building site, and
only 15 minutes' walk from
end of car line. Just the
place to build a home and
engage in the chicken bus
George & Co., Exclusive Agents,
1601 Farnam ,8t, Doug. 756.
For Sale By Owner
Lot 17, block 96. Price $S2S net cash or
$850, one-half cash, balance three years,
7 per cent interest.
Lot 12, block 38, 19th and Plnkney fits.
Price $S60, one-half or all cash. Unpaid
balance at 7 per cent Interest.
WEST END TWO LOTS
Lots 19 and 20, block 9, north of Dodge, on
34th St.. high and sightly. Price for both,
$2,200, one-half cash, balance time to suit,
interest, 7 per cent.
New West Farnam St. Home
135 NORTH 35TII ST.
6 rooms, S bed rooms on second floor,
strictly modern, rented to September 1,
liHO, at $32.50 per month, good tenant. In
terior well arranged and finished. Do not
bother tenant, but can arrange to show
interior If you mean business. As a home
for you, or an Investment this will suit
you. Price $3,650. $ii50 or more cash, balance
terms to suit at 7 per cent.
The price and terms on all of the above
good until February 1 only. Address, own
era; KLOKE & COMPANY,
Phpna Douglas 1150, Residence. Harney 1002.
. 801-3 NEW YORK LIFE BLDG.
$450 for small new house, city water, two
full lots, close to car,, good location, in N.
W-. part city. Rental terms.
-Neut 6-room cottage in best repair,- city
vater, cement 'walks, large trees, full lot
convenient to two car lines, well situated
In S. E. part. A good home bargain at
$1,100. Very easy terms,
- Good 8-room houxe, part mod., permanent
walks, shade, etc., close in and well lo
cated for residence, rooming or boarding
apartment, only $2,600; $150 cash, $26 pjr
Four-room cottage, city water, lot 25x127,
near 29th and Grant, $1)50; $50 cash, $10 per
Neat 6-room cottage, partly new, city
water, sewer, cement walks, etc., near 31t
and Charles, $1,660; $100 cash, $15 per month.
See us today. We have more like above
and can give you a good home on rental
RUSSELL & McKiTRICK CO.,
432 Ramge Bldg. . 15th and Harney.
Owner Must Sell
This Is a beautiful home of 5 rooms and
attic, strictly modern, Including furnace,
combination lights, fine plumbing, etc. The
lot Is 4HX140. all graded and sodded, with
plenty of shrubs and trees. Owner la leav
ing the city nnd must sell at once. He
offers this property for $2,900 and will Include
gas stove, shades, porch curtain, porch
chairs, lawntnower. This property Is located
In the south part of the city near Hans
com Park. Wo will be glad to show It to
you any time.
PAYNE, BOSTWICK &
Sole Agenls. 601 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Balance in easy monthly payments,
for a good, well-built 7-roorn, all mod
ern residence on Jackson street, near
35th. An exceptional opportunity for
someone. See about this at once.
First come first served.
The Byron Reed Co.,
212 S. 14th.
Phones Doug. 297, A-3834.
Small House Bargains
Near 3Sth and Parker Sts., good cottage.
rooms, city water, gas, electricity, full
Near 22d and Grand Ave., 6 rooms, lot
64x125 ft., paved street, space for one more
house; price, $1,800.
Near 3uth and Howard, t rooms, nice
location, bargain, $2.6u0.
Near 29th and Jackson, large house, 10
rot ins, fine location, good barn, lot 42xUd,
W. T. GRAHAM,
&M Bee Bldg.
'Phone Doug. 15.13.
Owner Gone to California
A fine 8-room home, with hardwood fln
lah, hot water heat, full east front lot, and
barn. Must be sold at once. An excep
tional chance to get a fine properly for
less than Its value. -
J. H. Dumont & Son,
'Phone Douglas 690. K.05 Farnam at.
A very desirable rental property, always
rented to prompt paying tenants. In a
locality that Is Improving rapidly. Is now
paying over Is per cent on actual cash In
vested. Price. $,0u0; $5,000 cash and $4,000
lung as you want It to run at 6 per cent.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
(H N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1999.
: MODERN HOME, $2,000
18H MIAMI ST., NEW
4 large rooms, has parlor, large dining
foom, kitchen, bedroom and bath on first
loor and stairway to large attic, large
cemented cellar, cement - walks In front
and around the house, first class plumbing
throughout, south front lot; close to car,
school and s'-ures. Is now .vacant and
ready to move Into.
IlAi,TI.Ga' ft. Jli-YDLN, K14 Harp.?y St
In other (People's Cellars or Allies
are things you can buy at a small price, that will be
just as good as new ones to you. Read the Want Ad3.
CITY PAUI'KHTV FOR "ALII
Omaha's newest and moat attractive
addition is now ready (or your inspec
tion. All lota have about 2V4-foot ter
race and a frontage of 60 feet. All
Btreeta have been paved all sidewalks
are in, sewer, water, gas and electric
services in front of every lot. All spe
cials have been paid.
Some of the most beautiful shade
trees in the city are to be found in
It is situated one block north of
Hanscom park and six blocks eaat of
the Field elub, and la bounded on the
east by Park Ave., on the south by
Poppleton Ave., on the west by 30th
Ave. and adjoins Thomaa Rogers' fine
home on the north.
Our prices are much lower than
those of adjoining property, ranging
from $1,600 to $2,000 for the best cor
ners. Terms, 4 cash and the balance
in one, two and three years.
Plats of the addition will be mailed
To reach this addition take either
the east or weBt park cars. Get oft at
Park Ave. and Pacific St., walk south
250 feet to our big sign.
Call Douglas 1064, ask for H. M.
Christie and make appointment to see
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
13 20 Farnam St.
Tela. D. 1064. Ind. A-1064.
FRED & HADRA
417-418 First Nafl'Bank Bldg.
Bell 'Phone, Doug. 231H.
2123 Chicago Street .
A modern Improved 8-room frame resi
dence, 66x66. for $5,000.
3726 Grand Avenue
A newly constructed bungalow, with an
extra full lot, $2,300.
937 South 38th Avenue
A modern up-to-date residence, $4,300. '
- 1137 Park Avenue
A complete modern residence of 7 rooms,
wlth garage, $6,600.
All on Reasonable Terms
3633 Ohio Street
A modest laboring man's home for $1,200.
2571 Fort Street
A brand new modern home" of 7 rooms for
' 823 North 47th Street
Not quite completed new home, modern
In every way, and .1. -
825 North 47th Street
Not quite completed, new -'.and modern
home. $3i000 each. .-:
TERMS on every deal . and reasonable to
suit purchaser.1 . -
$25 a month buys brand new 8-room cot
tage, modern except i heat,.', piped for
furnace. This cottage Is nicely arranged,
has good basement. -Location .Is high and
healthful. Block from god'ftir lines apd
stores. Lot 44x128. Price, $2,500.
SHIMER & aiASE CO.,
309 South 17th St. Both' 'Phones.
WE WANT YOU TO BUY
two cottages, one 5-room and one fl-room
modern except heat, walking distance,
paved street, all specials paid. Always
rent for $42.50. Owner muBt sell at once.
P. O. NIELSEN &" CO.
70 N.-T.- L. .Bldg. BoVh 'Phone.
21st and Fowler Ave.
Five-room new cottage, all modern ex
cept furnace large rooms, ; conveniently
arranged and built by owner for a home.
Lot 50x133. south front, permanent walks
PAVED STREET. Lot ,!s worth $350 and
house cannot be duplledt?d .-for less than
$2,250. Price, If taken at once, $2,860.Terms.
1710 Farnam St.
HOUSES FOR SALE
ON EASY PAYMENTS
1321 S. 2i!th St, 6 rms., modern. $3,000.
1528 N. 3fith St. 6 rms., lot 50x130, $1,250.
3728 Laks St., 5 rms., lot 60x1-0. $850.
1206 N. 2Gth St., 5 rms... partially mod
Ifi20 Ohio St., 6 rms., partially modern.
S rms., lot 25x144, $1,000.
$32 S. 19th St.,
Creigh, Sons & Company,
Tel. Duuglas 200.
MS8 Bee Bldg.
Two blocks from car line, 7-room strictly
modern proas brick house; 2-slorr brick
chicken house and barn; plcntv of small
Gallagher & Nelson,
490 Brandeis Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
Northwest corner of lhth and Burt, 10
room house; mudiin except heat In
quire on premises.
TWO LITTLE SNAPS
One near 38th und Parker .Sis., full t-outh
fioni lot, house 6 rooms, hall and pantry,
water, gas, electricity, Hera and shrubbery
In yard; a nice place lur einull home. Price,
Another Rear 39th and Blondo Sts., full
lot, house 6 r.oms, some fruit trees, small
barn; only $:AJ.
W T. GRAHAM, ,
604 Bee Bidg.
'Phone Dou. 1523.
G-ROOM HOUSE, $1,250
S. JOlli, near Castellar St., u solid, well
built house, brbitis good rent Let us show
It lo you. t
NOWATA LAND AND LOT COMPANY.
624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 19.9.
PRAIRIE PARK ",.0
V3.b00 to $5,000; small cash payment and bal
ance monthly. Paxton Real Estate com
5 ROOM MODERN HOUSE, $1,800
On Ohio street near 19th. Look at it. It's
cheap. Then we huve others.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
4 New York Life Bldg. fted-1999.
$2,400 will buy a (-room house, all modern
except furnace. Lot (0-foot front; newly
papered, new brick wslk. walking distance
to town, l ocated, at 1213 17 lb- 'phone
Webster 19U. owner,,
CITY PHUPKHiV FOR SALE
3 lots at 2Sth and Ames Ave., ench 54x12$,
lots at 30th and Binney Sts., each 45x140,
Lot at 25th and Binney Sts., 42x107 lot.
Lot at 4th and Capltnl Ave., 50x90 lot. $450.
Lot at 10th and Burdette Sts., lot 50x132,
4 lots at 29th and Indiana Ave., each lot
44x107, each $050.
CREIGH, SONS & CO.,
Tel. Douglas 200.
608 Bee B'dg.
West Farnam Cuming Line
00-foot lot, south front, high view to 'east
and west, walks nnd new paving; hone
built by owner a few years ago. immedi
ate possession. $6,500; ttrms.
O'Keefe Real Estate Co.,
1002-3-4 N. Y. Life.
Douglas or A 2152.
DOUBLE BRICK FLAT, NEW.
5 rooms each, all modern, will rent for
$45. Price only $4,250. Let us show you.
P. O. NIELSEN & CO.
703 N. Y. L. Bldg. Both 'Phones.
Cor. 3Sth Ave and Mason St.
Forty-three feet on 38th Ave. 125 feet
on Mason St. A modern newly built 7-room
residence for $4,500 on easy terms.
FRED S. HADRA
Rooms 417-418 First Nat 1 Bank Bldg.
'Phone Doug. 2318.
WOULD YOU BUY A HOME AT BED
ROCK PRICES IN BENSON?
Cottage, strictly modern. 6 rooms and
bath; open nickel plumbing; permanent
walkB; hot water heat;, high and sightly;
fine terraced lawn; oak finish and maple
floors. If you have a few hundred dollars
228 SOUTH ORPHANAGE AVE.,
The owner lives In the house. Call today.
SIX elegant level lots In MomlngRtde,
Benson, $125 cash, balance $2 per week.
Address, Box 406, Benson.
7-ROOM MODERN, CLIFTON HILL
Fine corner lot Just a step to two enr
lines. Beautiful location. We want you
to look at II. Price, $3,000.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
424 New York Life Bldg. Red-1939.
W O. Jensen builds homes right; plans
furnished.. Res. 2721 Spauldlng. Web. 390.
SEE 5-room cottage at 2218 S. 28th and
give ine an offer. Owner. 2311 S. 34th. I
Large House, Small Price
Near 29th and Jackson Sts., east front,
good house, 10 rooms, needs some attention,
barn, fine ground, paved srreet, $3,000.
W. T. GRAHAM,
... M Bee Bldg
Phone Doug. 1533. -
MIDLAND Guarantee and Trust oom
pany, bonded abstracters, 1714 Farnam
Btreet. Tel. D 2SC5.
BARGAIN Five-room modern cottage,
$1,500. Easy terms.
J. H. PARROTTE. BOARD OF TRADE.
3 8-ROOM HOUSES
Corner on N. ISth St.. near Lake. Con
venient to car. Well rented. Snap at $4,600.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
624 New York Life Bldg. Red-1999.
FARM AND RAXC1I LAND FOR -ALB
JUST WHAT YOU WANT.
ISO ACRES COLORADO IRRIGATED
LAND, 9 miles east of Denver, 6 miles from
U. P.; 80 acres under private rnservo'r
ditch; SO acres sublrrlgated; first-class val
ley land. Owner munt have all cash. A
snap. Only $18.50 per acre. DON'T WAIT.
OTTO 81EMS8EN, 2H Karbach. D. 3519.
NORTHEASTERN Kansas farms, 6 to
1,000 acre-; 259 acres splendid land; 200, 320,
400 or 410-acre stork and grain farms: 640-
acre pasture; also town property. Write
John lloyt, Irving, Kan., President Tele
Why Not Lisco?
"It's not what you want, but what you
get that will make you rich." The fact
that you want a farm will not mean any
thing unless you get busy. Now, why not
make a trip up the Nonh Platte, "AMER
ICA'S VALLEY OF THE NILF," and see
some of the farm lands we have listed?
Th great valley from North PlaUe west
Is filling up mighty fast. In spile of bad
weather we have Bold about 2 0)0 acres of
Disco furms. Oo out with us on our
Tuesday, February 1
We leave Omaha Tuesday evening at 4:10
ar.d got you hack to Omaiia Friday morn
ing. Or you can stop a day at North
Platte and e some of the splendid Im
proved farms we offer thereiru.-k nar-
dens, farm lands, ranchea-any ,M d
any price. It would require a whole pa.e
. iJ..ik i- ..ii .1 - K.
St the present prices the farm you get In
the JSortn Platte valley will make you
Write or call and axk about Lisco, th,.)
new town on the new lln. of the Union
Paclflu. It is a fine country, well Irrigated.
needin only people to develop It rapidly. A
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Same Old Location.
We move about February 10.
FARM BARGAIN Must b sold on ac
count of own. re health; well improved
S.-o-acre frm. seven and a quar:r miles
from 4owii. price, ,-er acre: easy term..
J. T. Campbell. Lltchf u-ld, Neb.
320 Acres 2 Miles from Town, $45
Eastern Nebraska farm; Improvements;
nearly all under cultivation; f ile crop lust
year. It In worth $10 per acre more, but
owner must sell.
NOWATA LAND AND DOT CO.,
24 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1999.
HOMESTEAD relinquishments, 640 acres,
$5ou up. Western Land Headquarters, Alli
ance, Neb. . .
We have lOO.OuO acre of choice land to
select from, ranging In price from $5 t
$40 per acre. This land Is It) the oil and
gas district and you might gel an oil well
-U.Q your land.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite 6-4 New York Life Bldg
REAL EST-' f- v REAL ESTATE,,,.
FARM An II Ail I'll LAN I) FOR AI.R riltM AM II - i 1 " T1 F R Al.eJ
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Old Mexico, American Colony
Our next excursion leaves Omaha for Tampion, Mexico', Tues
day, February 1. Railroad fare, round trip, Omaha to Tampico,
Mexico, ami-return, $41.75. .
Here is what some of the people who live on the Atasoador
tract, or own some of the land, say in regard to it:
Yours of the 51st InM. to hand and contents nnird. I bnve 100 acres In thy
Atimr.irtoe tiner Imt d.i not pure to sell II now. I ruirclmsivl It with the Inteplhm of
Imskltig my home on It, but could not pet
my home on It pome dny, I have mane tnree trips -own mi-re una i n n b.-h. i
verv time I see It. ' - - .
I have great confidence In the enunirv and expect to see one of the finest sections
of country to be found anywtv re when prnp rly Rcttled by the rlgnt kind of people,
such as are going tl ere and s ttllng now.
J. Q. BRASHER.
1 have voura of the 22d and note tint you p.re conducting cxcin-plnna fmm e '
hraska to the Atnscndor landn. You as-k me If I Intend to Improve my land or whether
I want to sell It. or not. 1 will answer that 1 Intend to improve my iund.
I have a letter from a friend of nvn. who went down there and .took his family, ,
and he savs th.it c. i n Is going nbout 40 bushels to the acre and Is worth $l IS a bushel
In ,old. Thnt 1 not bad. nnd he s.tvs he likes It f.ne, because It Is the most health
ful place he ever lived. He had no: been able to sleep In this country (ri fifteen
ytnts except sitting In a chair. He says that he now can sleep and has slept like a
baby ever since he has bren In the Atascador.
Hoping to hi-ar from you, I am, yours truly,' ' -. v
- - . E. B. PIPKB.
.TAMPICO,, Mexico. ,
Have Just come to Atascvlnr and otavted building on my place, rkid the eltmnte
delightful, the country wonderfully healthy and holding almost unlimited possibilities
In an agricultural way.
Consider my Investment here a wise one. Am confident of the supcess of the
. Rchpect fully, .-
J. L. MILLER.
Gentlemen : . .-
I came to AMscador from Pheonlx, Arizona, one year and a half ago, and ton
aider it the wlpre-t move I ever made. !.-'
I sold my ranch near Pheonlx for $100 per acre and today would. noVtratJo my pres
ent holdings for It. acre for acre. ' i.
The cllmite Is unsurpaeeed ; no sickness, no files or mniiltoes; the- native
courteous and hospitable and the land app.irenlly capable of producing anything.
With the coming of more Americans, land here Is certain to Increase In value
tnaily times overr J. A. W1KDF.R.
1 have been on Atascador for thre years, coming here from Jack County. Texan,
on account of my health, which was at thit time very poor. I had been troubled- with
catarrh of the bowels, mngs. stomach ar-.d throat for ninny years, nnd when I
reached Atascndor was In the Inst ditch and very weak. I began to .Improve soon
tion my arrival and In three months was able to go to work ajid hold my-own- with
other men. .',',,'
As to the farming possibilities of Atascador I cannot speak too enthusiastically. I
have devoted mvself principally to the raisins; of coin and have no trouble In rain
ing thirty-five bushels to the acre and several crops per ye on the same land.
Am able to market nil the corn I can raise at good prices, this year disposing of my
crops at an avernge prices of $1.50 per bushel. '"',"'
With a good Kchool for the children, gjod ronds. good water at little- fletn, a
railroad to take our products to market and lend capable of almost unlimited pro
duction, Atfisiador offers the best chunoe. to those seeking a home In a semi
tropical climate of any section of the country I know of. P.etectlvely, .
. , T. D. HOKNBACK.
Go with us Tuesday, February 1st; you will see Mr. Hornback
on his farm and other farmers who are living there. .
We are selling this' land in 50-ncre tracts at $12 per acre; $2
per acre cash, balance easy terms. x
Mexico Gulf Cpast Land Co.,
682Va Brandeis Bldg.
A DEEP,. RICH SOIL, StJNSHINH
all the time; water when you want It.
Land at $5 to $40 per acre for well Im
proved farms; go see It February L Very
low round trip rates. Write us.
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO.,
Suit S24 New York Life Bldg... Red 1999.
125-ACP.I-! farm for snle. Good buildings
with all modern Improvements, will cut 1ft)
tons hay. Address Box 8i. Plttsfoid
For full Information concerning farms
and fruit lands In the state of Washington
and ESPECIALLY IN THE SPOKANE
COUNTRY, CALL OR WRITE J. R,
LUSK. HOTEL LOYAL, OMAHA. NEB.
CHEAP FARES ON ALL PXCIFIP
COAST LINES GO INTO EFFECT
MARCH 1. IF POSSIBLE. SEE MR.
LUSK'S BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF
WASHINGTON APPLES AT THE
WANTED TO RENT
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 899. Bee.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENTi
10-ACRE garden farm, good 6-room houss
and barn; 4 miles from postofflce. Inquire
of J. B. West, 2123 Seward St.
WANTED By young man. place tn work
(or board wh'ls attending Boyies college.
FAMILY washing done. Web. 78.
YOUNG man with five years experience
In crgdlt and collection department want!
to change, tiood reason. Address J 193
WANTED Day work. Phone H. 4802.
BAKER, godd on bread and pastry, wants
position; sober man.' Address Mill. Bee.
WANTED Situation as bookkeeper; bst
of references. A, Omaha Bee, Council
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
Quartermaster, Fort Robinson. Nebraska.
January 19, 1910. Sealed proposals for fur
nlfhlng all material and labor for ADDI
TION TO AND REPAIRING PUMP
HOUSE, NEW BOILfRJ, NEW PUMP,
etc.. at Fort Robinson,. Nebraska will bn
received here until 11 a. m. February 19,
1910. Plans and- specifications muy be con
sulted at the offices of the Chief Quurter
master at Denver, Oriutia, Chicago and St.
Paul. -Depot Quartermaster at St. ouU,
and at' this office. Diank nropos.ils and
instructions to bidders may be obtained at
the same offices. Plans and specification!!
furnished upon receipt of certified check
for $1- to InFure their return Envelopes
containing proposal should be Indoii-e.l
"PROPOSALS FOit IMPROVING AND
REPAIRING WATER SYSTEM" and ad
dressed to Captain Malvern Hill Barnu:n,
Constructing Quartermaster, Fort Ribln
son, Nebraska. J23d7t
FORT LOGAN. COLORADO, January 21,
1910 Scaled proposals in triplicate will be
received until 10 u. m. February 21, 1910, and
then publicly opened, for the construction
of a lAundry Building und the installation
of Plumbing, Electric Wiring, Laundry Ma
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f d.d" S'".i' i.'.lV)
L" p'''if lon' '.' K
irifcht to accept or reject any
chinery and Equipment Blank forms foi
tlons may b
or all pro-
taining proposals should be marked "Pro
posals fur Construction of Laundry" and
addreSKed to Captain Chase Hosier, Quar
termaster, United Status Armv.
CRUISES SC LUXE
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FROM .SPW TORS.
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toft Ynr1)flp Tours hr Kmw Twin.aer-w
'-KHBIClf" Ikrcn West ladles
. NEW WEEKLY -KRVICK
R.T.r. ' O ROT A V A"
From Pier BO N. R W. y Rrerr
From Rermnda -very SaterHay. '
CoBtortable terete High CIim Oalalnk Urchee
tr Flertrte fr.-j la all room..
MHf IliMltrHH BkUU ktquut
WE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO. '
ANDttHSOS ' tOH. 8$ a it a. y,
14-T.aNalle Bt.; 'Chit-ago.
W. B. Bock, isat isium st- Omaha,
tlcro as I expected, hut tnter-d to mako
v Onmha, Neb.,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Margaret Adams to Charles A.
Smith. n3S feet of lot 1. block 33. . ,
and s6fi feet of lot 5, block 3, and
strip adjoining .' ..$ ' 1
Annie L. Saunders and . husband to
Edmund E. Francis, lots 3, 4 and
5. block 8. Omaha View 1
George T. Morton and wife to Aaron ..
C. Plage,' nlCO feet Xit .lots 11 and
12. block 2, Hillside addition No, 1,800
Ellen I). Slabaugh and husband to
Ithena Todd, lot 9, block 95, Dun-'. ; '
dee place ' 1
John F. Sturgeon and. wife - te tAbel
V. Shotwell, e42 feet of w84 feet of
sS7 feet of lot 3, block 21, West
Hlman Goldstein and wife to William
E. Nefselhaus, lot 8, block 41. City.. 19,500
Samuel P. Johnson to Ellse H. John-
son, lot 16, block 113, Floronei. : . :.. 1
Same to same, lotH 8 and 4, block 116,
Florence . X
Carrie Millard et al. to Alexander D.
Marriott, lot 6 and el4 feet of lot
6. block 79, city..,.. 10 000
Zeida Robinson to Sophia Marcus,
n50 feet of lots 29 and 30, block 1,
Campbell's addition.. 2.00(1
Max Bernstein to Sophia-Mtvus, w -of
s4 of -3 1-10 feet - of lot 63, )
Glso's addition .-. ..n...-. 1.000
Amy H. Lowrlo to Ethel E. Guild, ..
her entire Interest In lot 4, Mock $2,;.
Kountse place '. 1
William B. Swent-el' -and wife to -Iewis
Wintraub and Joseph Rosen, , .
lot 5. block 1, Kounlze's Fourlh
addition i. 1,050
Carl Jeneeen to Fred Armbrust. w38t.
feet of lots 10 and 11 and nan1, feet
of w 1 43-100 feet of lot , all in
block 25. Wilcox's Second addition.. 250
Kenwood Realty company to Harry
L. Mitchell, lots 449 and 450, Ken- .
wood addition 201
James F. Pendergast and wife to
Josle Washburn, lot 7, Isaac . &
Grlffen's addition , 2,CQ0
Jrasle Golladay and husband to A.
Zorbn. lot 4, block 8, Boggs A Hill's '
addition -. '. 8.C00
Addle Lauer to Albert P. and Pauline
Henkel, lot 3, block 2. Drew's Hill. 1,250
Anna Sophia Strom berg to Philip
- Outman, sM of lot 3, 'block ..10,
Brown Park (
Heck-Hart company to Hart-Beck
Renlty company, lots 14, 15 and 16,
block 2, Wood's Place.... . 1
Roes W. Giltint-11 and wife to Ieano
N. Jones, lots 82, 83. 84, 85 and 86,,
Benson Heights ,. 1600
Fred D. Wead and wife to Bares
Welssmon, lot 3 and part, or lot 4
block 6. E. V. Smith's addition......
Charles F. Adams et al.. .trustee!.-te
Hamuel Kesselman and I-pee Fral
del, part of lot 1, block .121, 'city....
Ben Lltman and wife to Mortis
Piatt, lots 135 and 196, Lenox addi
John Keith and wife to Clara -B.
Wyman, n45 feet of lot '6, . block
8J5, city .....i j..... 8,600
SOLDIER RIVER CASE UP
Effort Relntr Made to 'ninrk the Biz
Drnlnate Proposition at
I.ouan. . , .
IXJGAN. Ia., Jan. 2.-(.Speclal.)-Tlw Sol
dier river drainage case took precedence .
over all other c'aseg on the docket here
today and It Is thought the case 'will oc
cupy the entire week. .,"
The present Soldier - river drainage pro
ject contemplates a complete diversion of
the Soldier river beginning at- narrow
point In the hill of Jackson township and
thence In a southwesterly direction! through
the lower end of Dray lake Into the Mis
souri river, a distance of 6.6 miles, at an
estimated cort of $100,000, with 'damages
said to range from $50,000 to 800,000, all of
which Is designed to reclaim 82,000 acres
of swamp ri-.d . other lands subject to
overflow during high waters of the Soldier. .
The objections, u ret forth by Attorney!
C. A. Bolter, P.oodlfcr A Arthur, Who ap
pear for the objectors, may be Mated a
fullows: J. S. Wattles, engineer In charge,
Is dot a disinterested engineer as contem
plated by law; the present plan hiv been
before the courts and decided . against
each time, and from such decisions there
have been appealK taken; that the present
engineering project dors not follow the
natural, tenre of drainage of the Soldier;-
that the drainage law Is Unconstitutional
In . that It does not provide damages or
possible, dnmas-s caused or that may be
caused by changing the course of a
stream and raising a water level In the .
vicinity where there Is no right of way;
that the levees along the channel to bo
constructed have none of the specifications
required by modern engineering In th
construction of levees.
In reply the attorneys for the promoters.
S. II. Cochran, Emmet Tinley, L. W. Fal
lon and C. W. Kellogg, state that the pres
ent petitioners and rapervisurs have acted
under the new aid not under the old drain
age law; that the present plan. t( drainage
by J. S. Wattles Is practically the same
as the plan recommended by Engineer A
M. Munii, and C. . Elliott United State.
expert drainage engineer; that the present
plan U by fur less expensive than- other
plans suggested or recommended. .
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