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Tim BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JANUARY
CFERED FOR SALE
AT CUT PRICES
ve you rrom iOc to
rvirv ton and lve
Letter coal, we guarantee correct weight.
Rosenblatt's Cut Price Coal Co.
I '( T basket II; dry kindling, load,
k.jau jlt HtAr lo nn(1 Co Doug.
ABOUT 1,608 feet S Inch wire cable, sec
ond hand; will aril a', bargain. Apply H
V. taker.. Bupt. Lee Bulg.. Omaha. NU.
SODA FOUNTAINS, new and second
hand, monthly puymems. Deright. 181S
Tl T Furnace lun.p a ton d: rr.
u"u Harmon & Wrath W. 848. VO.tO
DIAMOND, 1'4,-karal. ported; worth IJTpO;
set In $20 gold In art: owner will sacrifice
ot $li; anvoi'-n examination welcomed.
Address U UK l'.oc.
IIOVHEHOf.'' goods for sale. Must be
sold at once. . ul 8. ssth Ave.
ppT VJ Parreled; Winter Variety
jl I Liti u c Brown, I'lorence.
Tel. Florence J.T1
YTfYrflT?i Isw an' secondhand !
-'1-' nainos and Motora: also
all kind of electrical repairing. LeBnin
Electrical Works. 81J S. 12th 8t.
DRUGS at eitt prices; freight paid on ail
119 ordera; catalogue free. Sherman ,t Uc
Connll Drug Co.. Omaha. Neb.
Slightly used and rebuilt Underwoods,
Ollv-rH, Remingtons, Smith Premiers, Mon
archa. L. C. Smiths nnd other make. Full
guarantee.. pric es to S manufacturers'
(15 and ur). Lowest rental prices. Look
over our stock before buying or write for
our bargain llet. Distributors I C. Smith
& Bros, typewriter.
?. F. NWANSON CO., Inc.,
417 S. lfith St., Omaha, Neb.
Also stores at Dm Molnea and Lincoln.
SCHOLARSHIP on leading business . r.l
lKo for sale- at discount. Addrsa P-SW
WALL'S safe, new. Id-hand. 1K18 Fornam
FOR SALF-Nw and Id-hand billiard
and pool tableo. Wi lsad the world In
Cheap liar Tlxtures, cosy payments. Bruns
wick-Balke-Collendei'. 407 . 10th alt.
WE HAVE on hand a number of Ink nor
rels which we will sell at 60c each. They
are fine for rain water or ashes. Call at
pressroom Bee Publishing Co.
FOR SALK National cash register, with
tape almost new; cheap if taken at once.
Address K 8C9... Bee.
ZD-HAND oak counter, hand-carved mar
ble cashier plate; Tiro wicket about 40 ft,
odd shape; wllflt a room 80 feet wide.
Can be seen at storage bouse. For further
particulars 'phone Douglas 238. Bee Build
ins; Co. v
DJ.Ui.tiYL DADiln)Bhed on ,hort notioe,
C. SUNDKLt, & CO., Contractors and
Builders, Room O. New Tork Life Bldg.
BECOND-nAND scales at 1607 Harney.
IP It's secondhand,, we have It. Levy, 411
N. 26th St.. South Omaha. Tel. South 226.
RARRFJ.S ALt KINDS FOR ANT
BARREL CO SO. OM AHA So. 1625.
SECOND-HAND safe, $25. 1110 Farnam.
OUTSIDE ahowcue plate glass and
marble; 0, cost $78. KM N. 10th SU
' JOHN SOW INST.. ittKT. L TeL P. 1684,
Dr. Kathryn K lcholaa. Ml N. T. L Bldg
IX O. BARNKLL. fax ton Blk. TeL Rad TIB.
HUFFMAN, lit Neville Bldg. Book frag
la ft druglMS cure for female wea knees.
Consult Dr. Marguerete Hallovan. 226 Ne
ville Blk. D. T76L Under supervision of M. D.
Tour subscription to either the Saturday
Evening Post or the Ladles- Home Journal
la worth 60 cents to Child Saving Institute.
r08 already earned.
- URGENT, POSITIVELY
Must have 400 more subscriptions by Feb.
23. Hrlngs U.018 check for Babies' home.
Act, for God' a sake! Send In your renewals
in advan,ce make It two years If you like.
You pay news stands f. 0. My price 11.60.
bave fl.10. Interest your friends. Remem
ber this Is not sentiment, but an Invalid's
bid for a livelihood in hope of business on
other magaxinee. Write for complete cata
logue and slury, "A Broken Back." Ad
dress f . i
The Mttgaiine Man.
Tel. Douglas ,7103. Omaha, Neb.
8TRICTLT private home for confine
ments; trained nuroe; bablea for adoption.
ADFJJflTIT Halr rood- Wonderful
AUXUlLKtLll. Halr Restorer. Orowa
Hair on Bald Heads. For sale by Mme.
frl-ayer at Megeath Stationery Co.
Arlene de Voy. Manicuring and masaaga
m H. loth St. Flat a 'Phoue D. 7be.
PRIVATK HOME during confinement;
vhtbl for adoption. Good Samaritan Sanl
orluta. i0 iai Avow Council HJuIa, I a.
VT( JJina touP for men. GRIFFITH.
,UUkU and 14 FKIlNZK BLK.
Will rent and repair ail kinjj i.r sewing
inacliinrs. lnd. A liuo, l-uu'.
.IKUKA&Ka O'.i-ji. i.O., t
iiO ana lUiT.ey tit.
' THE SALIVATION ARM X sollctta cast-ofl
tlotbiikg. In fact anything you do not need
We cuileot. repair and sell at 134 N. nib
fct., fur cost of collection, to the worthy
poor. Call 'phone Liougia 4J and wagua
A IlOMli for women during confinement.
We Una liunus for babira where inoliiers
cannot care for tbein. Babies boarded
For terms address Mra Martha A. Iee,
4U1 Bencinft at., Outana, Neb. 'Puonu
Douglas IttL '
JOH1E WASHBURN'S, new book. "The
Underworld Sewtr." eola at all book ator-s.
Swarta A McKelvy News Dept. 2d hand
bks Ger' A Kng periodicals. IU9 S. 16th.
treatment Mme. Smith
622 S. lCib St. third floor
' DR. BCKJKRSr private confinement home
lllii Martha- Bt PKir.s Douglas (230.
BIRDIB Feter-. teacher of piano. W. 1064.
MISS LA-G HANK, baths, massaga 1(17
Dodge St. baeemeut flat Hours, 10 a. n
to p. in.
MASSAGE! AND BATHS.
R. S0 old Boston1 Store Bldg.. 4tb floor.
120 8. 14th St Stairway on Douglas :H.
MOUTjTON'Siyn,on orchuan. rp-to-
UIKJUXJXJIV O jate. catchy, dai.ceahle
music. Rhul Moulton. - director. Studio.
;A Karkach Block. Doug. 776, lnd. A-42S3.
Ml'SlO furnished. Independent orcheatra.
Oauci'ig a specialty. .Tel. Web, 12s.
MAGNET legend maasage treatment 31 1
No. 16th St.
olASQL'E suta ta rent Theo. Lleben.
OMAHA Ktaramerers In.. Ramge Bldg.
EXPERIENCED ourse. JJ years; ladies
In confinement a specialty; prices reason
fla. 31u S. Uth i5t
IITLBLAINS No- ruar'td cure.
'UlitlliAiaO 1U1.. Drug Co.
MAS3KOTHERAPHY Mme. A!li n of
t'hlrag'i, baitis. salt glow and massage
treatment, -fn N. 17th St.. room 1.
fereenlnga ti ll 1)0 lbs. Wagner. (M N. l$tb
BITK turkeys: toma. 13.60: hens. l. H.
E. Thompson, Allison, la.
TWO Ilarr-d Rock cockerels. "Ringlet"
strain very high c1n lilrrts. 11. U. Put
nam, 610 Burt 8t. Telephone Harney 60.
'PHONE IND. A-tiJO Tor good printing
Lyngatad Printing Co., 16th & Capltot A.
WATERS PRINTING CO.. 622-621 a 13th.
M!I,LER ar JAMIESC. oulck printer.
1212 Doug'as St. Tel. Pong. 4?9; lnd. A 42S9.
HHAL KrrAHJ DRAI.Enl,
RFFD ATtfTRAfT CO.. Est- 1KB: promp
service; get oui price. 1710 Farnam 8t
PAINE INV. CO.. first floor N. T. Life
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST CO.
CHAS. K. WILLIAMSON. President
BENJAMIN R. R. CO.. 477 Brandcls Bldg
Geo. D. Perrine, 332 Pazton. Doug. 7801.
CITV PnOPERTV FOR SALE.
, Payne, Bostwiek & Slater.
Suite m New York IJfe Bldg.
To Home Buyers We Offer
These Special Bargains.
2122 Iothrop St. The owner of this house
constructed same for his permanent home.
His plans are changed and he Is leaving
the city and la going to sell at a sacniice,
Elcht rooms with evorv modern conve
nience, oak finish, beautiful reception hall
and stairway of solid oak. tile vestibule,
tile kitchen floor. His illght fixtures cost
$200; his hot water healing system and
tilumblnar cost fl.OnO. Extra large bath
room with tile flood; billiard room on third
floor, storeroom, clothea closets, electric
lighted, everything up to date. This home
can only be e.pp.-eclated ry examination.
P1ce for oulck sale. I6.00
2324 S. 34th St (Crelghton'a 1st add.) New
bungalow of 6 rooms, strictly modern ex
cept heat; oak floors, electric light; price
12.800. Small payment down; balance like
1609 Frederlok St. (or Olln Ave.) New
bungalow, modern except heat; price iz.ouo.
tSOO cash and balance monthly.
1617 Frederick 8t (or Olln Ave.) 6-room
cottage, all modern except furnaoe; ready
to move Into; price $2,600 Small payment
down and balance montniy on rental pian.
4024 Lafayette Ave. (Walnut Hill). Good
S-room house, all modern, witn lot wxiw,
paved street, one block to car on the pret
tiest street In Walnut Hill district; price
A double corner In the south part of the
city, all graded with room to build four
cottages. Price reduced for quick sale to
Pa) ne, Bostwiek & Slater,
Sole Agents, 601 N. T. Life.
West Farnam Home
7-room square house, built two- years ago,
right up-to-date and in good condition,
east front, full lot $8,300.
Harrison & Morton,
$13 N. T. Life.
$500 buys a nearly new 6-r. all mod
ern house, close to Harney and Walnut
Hill car lines. Price, 12,700.
$400 buys a new modern 6-r. cottage
In north part town. Price, $2,500.
$200 buya a good modern 6-r. cot
tage, close to 24th car. Price, $1,475.
J. W. RASP CO.,
69-91 Brandeis Bldg. Doug. 1663; A-2653.
Two large corner lots., side track to B.r &
ii., adjoining; less than 500 feet to U. P. and
B. & M. line to bouth umana; opposite (J.
W. Hull Co.'s yards; only 2 blocks west of
So. 24th car line, at Oalt St., and close to
Vinton car barn; $1,000.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1002-2-4 N. Y. Life. Doug, or A-21S2.
"HOMES FOR THE HOMELESS."
Z14 So. S4th. $3,500.00.
Land alone worth nearly this amount;
7-room cottage, modern except heat; gas;
good sized barn: fine lawn and shade;
sightly grounds; 75x132 feet. .
6-room cottage In perfect repair; modern
exoept heat; gas; a pretty home on a
pretty street; grapes; cherries; raspberries,
GEO. D. PERRINE.
331 and S32 Paxton Blk.
ONLY $100 CASH
Nothing Like It
Ever Offered Before
Brand new, fine home of 6 rooms, recep
tion hall and outside sleeping portico; first
floor finished In oak; fine combination light
fixtures, Carton furnace, new window
shades, linen closet, etc.; cement walks all
around. Price only $8,300, with $100 down,
balance $30 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, A NY LONQER.
Johnston & Wesley,
Phone Douglas 1236. 306 S. 17th St
8 lots at 2Sth and Amet Ave., each 64x126,
lots at 30th and Blnney Sts., each 45x140,
Jt at 26th and Blnney 8ts., 42x107 lot,
Lot at 4th and Capitol Ave., 60x lot. $460.
Lot at Ktb and Burdette Sts., lot 60x132,
4 lots at 29th and Indiana Ave., each lot
44x107, each 50.
'CKEIGII, SONS & CO.,
Tel. Douglas 200. - 60S Bee B'dg.
House and 7 Lots
On 63d St., a half block off Center St.,
paved, good 7-room house, barn and out
buildings, abundance of fruit, all In good
oondltlon and In good neighborhood, nrar
stores, church and city school; owner will
five possession this spring $3,200.
Harrison & Morton,
13 N. Y. Life. Both telephones.
West Farnam Cuming Line
60-foot lot, south front, high view to eivat
and west, walks and new paving; home
built by owner a few years ago. Immedi
ate possession. $6,600; Urms. ,
O'Keefe Keal Estate Co.,
i00$ -4 N. Y. LUe.
Douglas or A 21o2.
Two lots on 6Jd. between Farnam and
Dodge Sis., east fronts; sewer. Price, $7'jo.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
1st Fl. N. V. L. BUlg. Tel.: Doug. 17S1; A lUrt.
CITr PROPKRl V FH SALK.
Owner has reduced' the price for' a quick
sale on good 8-room house, strictly modern,
fronting east on paved street; barn; in
Windsor I'lace, two blocks from Hanscom
Park and car line. Price. $3,200.
D. V. SIIOLES CO.,
Ill Bd. Trade Bldg., 16th and Farnam Sts.
Telephone. Doug. 49, lnd. A-2049.
DOUBLK BKICK. FLAT. NEW.
5 rooms each, all modern, will rent for
$46. Price only $4,260. Let us show you.
P. O. NIELSEN A CO.
703 N. Y. L. Bldg. Both 'Phones.
TAKE A LOOK AT SOME OF THESB
Rio N. 42d A 2-story all modern house,
only 2 blocks west of St. Cecelia church;
paving paid for. Only $2,600.
Sotti and Mason 6-room cottage, with
poreclaln bath, toilet, etc., cellar under
entire house; rented for $216 per year; $W0
ca.n. Da lance montniv $1,760.
The lot at 8. F.. corner 2Sth Ave. and
Manderson can be bought for $150 cash,
balance 6 years, $ per cent. Price, $S0.
812 S. 37th 6-room, 2-story, all modem
house, t bedrooms, east front on 17th, pav
ing paid for. Lot also faces west on 87th
Ave. Only H block to car, convenient to
school and Field club. A great big snap
at $3,500. Please don t disturb the tenant.
904 S. 32d A snap In a 9-room, all mod
ern house; east front lot, on paved street,
good barn, only one block to street car.
On Jackson 8t., near 3oth, a good 7-room
all modern 2-story house; paved street; $600
cash, balance monthly 3,000.
tlS S. 3Mh Ave. Just south of Leaven
worth St.; a new 7-room thoroughly mod
ern house, quarter sawed oak finish rirst
floor $4,250. Owner will take good lot,
value $1,000, part pay.
Eight acres of fine 'land In Keystone
Park; has fine well, a 2-story unfinished
house and barn. Owner want to, sell or
trade for Omaha property $4,000.
We write all kinds of insurance. If you
want a house or lot call us up.
E. W. Stoltenberg,
436 Board of Trade Bldg.
A very desirable rental property, always
rented to prompt paying tenants. In a
locality that is improving rapidly. Is now
paying over 18 per cent on actual cash in
vested. Price, $9,000; $5,000 cash and $4,000
long as you want It to run at 6 per cent.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
C24 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1999.
WOULD YOU BUY A HOME AT BED
ROCK PRICES IN BENSON T
Cottage, strictly modern, 6 rooms and
bath; open nickel plumbing; permanent
walks; 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 Uvea in the houae. Call today.
7-ROOM MODERN, CLIFTON HILL
Fin corner lot Just a step to two car
line. Beautiful location. We want you
to look at It. Price, $3,000.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
24 New York Life Bldg. Red-1999.
BARGAIN Five-room modern cottage,
$1,600. Easy terms.
J. H. PARROTTE. BOARD OF TRADE.
New 7-Room House
A half block east of Dunde on Daven
port St., full lot, well built house, almost
completed, only $8,000; owner and builder
lives next door at 4701 Davenport. See It.
Harrison & Morton,
913 N. Y. Life.
CHICKEN. AND FRUIT PROPERTIES
6 ACRES 2 MILES N. W. FLORENCE:
ALL KINDS FRUIT, BARN, PLACE FOR
BAKN, ETC., CHICKEN HOUSES. $2,80u,
10 ACRES 2V. MILES N. W. FLORHNCR.
ALL KINDS FRUIT, BARN, PLACE FOR
CattUKKNB, ETC. PRICE, $3,600.
t ACRES 2H MILES N. W. FLORENCE.
R. HOUSE, BARN, ORCHARD, ETC..
26 ACRES 2 MILES W. FORT OMAHA.
i SMALL HOUSES. ALL KINDS FRUIT.
ALL ABOVE PART CASH, BAL. EASY
POSSESSION MARCH 1. COME QUICK-
WILL SHOW THESE PROPERTIES IF
YOU WANT TO BUY. '
604-5 N. Y. LIFE BLDG.
' HOUSES FOR SALE
. ON EASY PAYMENTS
1321 8. 26th St., 6 rms., modern, $3,000.
1626 N. 86th St., 6 rms., lot 60x130, $1,200.
8728 Lake St., 6 rms., lot 60x120, 4860.
1206 N. 26th St., 6 rms., partially mod
1620 Ohio St., t rms., partially modern,
832 S. 19th St, 5 rms., lot 26x144, $1,600.
Creigh, Sons & Company, .
Tel. Douglas 200.
608 Bee Bldg.
TWO LITTLE SNAPS
One near 88th and Parker Sis., full south
front lot, house 6 rooms, hall and pai,lry,
water, gas, electricity, trees and tfliruboery
In yard; a nice place for small home. Price,
Another near 39th and Blondo Sts., full
lot, house 6 rooms, some fruit trees, small
barn; only $900.
W. T. GRAHAM.
604 Bee Bldg.
'Phone loug. 1633.
WE WANT YOU TO BUY
two cotiagex, one 5-ruoui and oni t, room,
moderu except heat, walking disiunco,
paved atreet, all specials paid. Always
rent for $42.50. Owner must hell at once.
P. Q- NIELSEN & CO.
703 N. Y. L. Bldg. Both 'Phones.
Small House Bargains
Near 3Sth and Parker Sts., good cottage,
i rooms, city water, gas, electricity, lull
Near 22d and Grand Ave.. 6 rooms w
iMalio ft., paved street, space for one more
uoi'se; price, l,huu.
Near 36th and Howard, 6 rooms, nice
location, bargain, $2,660.
Near 29th and Jackson, large houke, 10
ro m, fine location, aood barn lot iviiii
W. T. GRAHAM.
604 Bee HlUg.
'Phone Doug. 1633.
A FINE HOME
1408 MADISON AVE This full two-story
sqoare house can be bought on easy terms;
has full basement with cemented floor;
guod furnace. On the first floor there is
a reception hall with nice open stairway
and colonade opening, a so parlor, dining
room, large butlers' pantry and kitchen;
there are three nice bedrooms and bath on
the s- cond floor; good oiosets In oich room;
this Is a south front on full lot; on paved
street; one block from car and twenty-five
blocks north of the posiofflce; this is a
splendidly arranged house and you will like
It If you see It.
NOK1J1S & MARTIN,
Douglas 4270 62$ Bee , Bldg
In oilier People's Cellars or Attics
are things you can buy at a small price, that will be
just as good as new ones to you. Read the Want Ads.
FARM AD naiCH LAND FOR ALB
Old Mexico, American Colony
Our next excursion leaves Omaha for Tampico, Mexico, Tues
day, February 1. Railroad fare, round trip, Omaha to Tampico,
Mexico, and return, $41.75.
Here is what some of the people who live on the Atascador
tract, or own some of the land, say in regard to it:
Yours of the tlat Inst, to hand and contents tinted. I have 100 acres In the
Atascador tract, but do not care to sell It now. I purchased It with the Intention of
me kin my home on It. but could not get trere as I expected, but Intend to make
I my borne on It some day. I have made three)
every time I see It.
I have great confidence In the eoantrv and expect to see one of the finest section
of oountry to be found anywhere when properly settled by the right kind ot people,
uch as are going there and settling now.
J. Q. BRASHER.
I nave yours or xne zza ana note mai you are ronaucims excursions irvm
branka to the Atascador lands. You ask me If I Intend to Improve my land or whether
t want to sell It, or not. I will answer that I Intend to Improve my land.
I have a letter from a friend of mine who went down there and took his family,
and he soys that corn Is going about 40 bushels to the acre and Is worth $1.26 a bushel
In gold. That is not bod, and he says he likes It fine, because It la the most health
ful place he ever lived. He had not been able to sleep In this country for fifteen
years except sitting In a chair. He says that he now can aleep and bap slept Ilk a
baby ever since he tias been In the Atascador.
Hoping to hear from you, I am, youra truly, -
K B. PIPER.
Have Just come to Atascador and started building on my place. Find the climate
delightful, the country wonderfully healthy and holding almost unlimited possibilities
In an agricultural aty, , ,
Consider my Investment here a wise on. Am eenfldent of the success of the
J. L. MILLER.
I caune to AtaiK-ador from Pheonlx, Arlxoma, on year and a half ago, and con
sider It the wiseet move I ever mad.
I sold my ranch near Pheonlx for 100 par acre and today would not trad my pres
ent holdings for It, acre for acre.
The climate is unsurpassed; no sickness, no files or mooqultoee;. the native
courteous and hospitable and the Uutd apparently oapable ot producing anything.
With the coming of more Americana, land her Is certain to Increase In value
many time over. J. A. WIEDER.
I have been on Atascador for Hire year, cerolng her from Jack County. Texas,
on account of my health, whlah was at that time very -poor. I had seen troubled with
catarrh of the bowels, lungs, atomaeh and throat for many years, and when I
reached Atascador was In the IsM ditch and very weak. I began to Improve soon
upon ray arrival and In three moatha waa afel to go to work and hold y own with
As to the forming possibilities of Atascador I cannot apeak too enthusiastically. I
have devoted myself principally to the raising of corn and have no trouble In rais
ing thirty-five buaheis to the acre and Bvral crops per year on the fun is nil.
Am able t market all the earn I oan raise at good price, this year dlspeelng of my
crops at an average price of $LS0 per buehet.
With a good school for the children, good roads, good water ut little depth, a
railroad t take our products to market an land capabl of almost unlimited pro
duction, Ataecador offers the best cha.no to those seeking a heme In a semi
tropical climate of any sectton of the eouatry I know of. Respectively,
' . T. 1. HORNBACK.
Go with us Tuesday, February 1st; you will see Mr. Hornbacl
on his farm and other, farmers who are living there.
"We are selling this land in 50-acre tracts at $12 per acre; $5
per acre cash, balance easy terms.
Mexico Gulf Coast Land Co.,
682y2 Brandeis Bldg.
CITY PROPERTY FOR BALD
Fine lot In center, west of West Farnam
District for $2,250.
Hicks, 219 Board of Trade Bldg.
6-ROOM HOUSE;I$1,250 '
S. 20th, near Castellar St.Ia solid, well
built house, brings good rent. Let ua show
It to you. ,'- . -. . ttah
NOWATA '"LAND AND , LOTiaTOMPANY,
624 N. Y. Life Bldg. HX 1999.
PRAIRIE PARK g&oS?
$3,600 to $5,000; smaircash payment and bal
ance monthly. . Paxton Real Estate com
6-ROOM MODERN HOTJS.E, . 1,800
On Ohio street near 19th. Look at It. It's
cheap. Then we huve others . .
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
624 New York Life "Bldg. - Red-1999.
fw. O. Jensen builds homes' right; plans
furnished. Res. 2 21 Spauldlng. Web. 3989.
SEE 6-room cottage at 221$ S. 2$th and
give me an offer. Owner. 2311 S. 34th.
Large House, Small Price
Near 29th and Jackson Sts., east front,
good house, 10 rooms, needs some attention,
barn, fine ground, paved street, $3,000.
W. T. tiKAHAM,.-
604 Bee Bldg. " '
'Phone Doug. 1533.''
MIDLAND Guarantee and Trust com
pany, bonded abstracters, 1714 Farnam
street. Tel. D 2SC6.
FARM AND RANCH LAND FOR 8 A LIS
NORTHEASTERN Kansas' farms, 6 to
1,000 acres; 259 acres splendid land; 200, 320,
400 or 430-acre slock and grain farms; t40
aore pasture: also town property. Write
John Hoyt, Irving, Kan., President Tele
W have 100,000 acres of choice land to
select from, ranging In price from $6 t
$40 per acre. This land is . In the oil and
gas district and you might get an oil well
with your land. ,
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite 624 New York Life Bldg
Itiaa, , .
A DEEP, RICH SOIL, SUNSHINE
all the time; water when you want U.
Land at $5 to $40 per acre for well Im-
firoved farms; go cee it February L Very
ow round trip rates. Write us.
NOWATA UND & LOT CO.,
Suite 624 New Vjrk Life Bldg.. Red 1999.
FARM BARGAIN Must be sold on ac
count of ownir's health; well improved
SiV-acre farm, seven and aquerter mile
from town; price. $3 per acre; eaoy term.
J. T. Campbell. Litchfield. Neb.
WRITE FOR PRICE
On 640 acres of laud In Kimball county,
E. E. DARLING.
441 Brandeis Uldg. , , ' ,
FOR bargain In all kinds of land, farms,
ranch und homes In the. west write or
ee the Potter Realty Co., Potter,. Ne-b.
320 Acres 2 Miles from Town, $45
baKiii ii LrunubK luiui, iiiiproveiucn is ;
nearly all under cultivation; f i lit crop l.iwi
year. It Is worth $10 per acre more, but
owner must sell.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1!9.
HOMESTEAD relinquishments. 640 acres.
$500 up. Western Lanu Headquarters, Alli
900 Acres Mostly rich valley land: good
black soil, abundant - water, southwest of
Northport, Morrill county, Nebraska, only
$14.60 an acre.
HICKS REAL ESTATE CO.. Omaha.
125-ACPK farm for sale. Good buildings
with all modern improvements, will cut 1U4
tons hay. Addresa Box $i. Pittaford
FOR SALE 5 aTea Improved, $1,200; 20
acres Improved. $2,300; the 25 acre. $1,300;
no trnde. Address owner, Peter' Boo,
Nevada. Mo v
. REAL ESTATE
FARM AMU RANCH I.AIftT
tripe down there and I like It better
AT A SMALL COST
TAKE A DESERT CLAIM
' IN THIS FAR-FAMED
COLORADO AND UTAH .
WHERE EVERY PREMIUM
You may buy the water rights for same
at $56 per acre foot on yearly or monthly
Installments, without Interest. Just stop
and consider what thin Interest Item
amounts to for a term of years at 6 per
There Is no gamble or element of chance
In this, as you make your own selection
out of thousands of acres which have not
been picked over and over.
THE GRAND VALLEY IS CONCEDED
TO BE ONE OF THE MOST FERTILE
VALLEYS IN THE UNITED STATES.
BEINQ ADAPTED TO THE GROWING
TO PERFECTION OF ALL THE COM
MON CROPS KNOWN TO MAN. THERE
IS PERHAPS NO SECTION OF THE
UNITED STATES WHERE PRODUCTS
ATTAIN SUCH HIGH PERFECTION.
FRUIT GROWING IS THE LEADING
AND MOST PROFTABLE INDUSTRY.
You do not have to live on this land,
under the desert act, but must cultivate
one-eighth of It before proving up.
Our ten-acre tract proposition will Inter
See Us for Next Excursion
WM. H. HENNEY, State Agent,
411 South 15th St., Omaha.
Opposite Orpheum Theater.
DRY FARM BARGAIN.
S00 ACRES NEAR" GARLAND,
BEAR RIVER VALLEY, UTAH,
AT $20 PER ACRE: STATION O. S. L.
RAILWAY ON LAND; RLACK LOAMY
SAGEBRUSH LAND, NEVER BEEN
PLOWED; GOOD FOR GRAIN. ALFALFA
OR SUGAR BEETS. FOR TERMS SEE
AT ONCE L. R. MARTI NEAU, SALT
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 IOYAU OMAHA. NEB.
CHEAP FARES ON ALL PACIFIC
COAST LINES GO INTO EFFECT
MARCH 1. IF POSSIBLE. REE MR.
Ll'SK'S BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF
WASHINGTON APPLES AT THE
$3,500 FIRST MORTGAGE at 5 pr cent
Interest on 5,400-acre ranch; $20,000 Improve
ments. Room 411, Karbach block.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
400 Af'RES, 24 miles west of Dundee, on
Dodge St. road. The very beat of Improve
ments, $6 per acre.
GEORGE A. CO.,
Phone DoiiglitH 756. , 1601 Farnam St.
IMPROVED ACRE TRACT FOR RENT.
Twenty-five acies, 50th and Dodge Sts.,
on paved road and street car line; good
6-room house and olhor outbuildings; ten
acres plow land, balance hay and pasture
land; tearing fruit trees; rental $40 per
GEORGE V CO.,
Phone Douglas 751. ltiCl Farnam St.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Brandeis Bldg.
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated.
Apply rooms 417-418 First National bank
bldg. Bell 'phone Douglas 2318.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to hen on
Omaha buslnrks property.
Room L New York Life Bldg.
$500 to $5,000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keefa
Real Estate Co., 10u3 N. Y. Life. Dougln
or A 21U
REAL ESTATE LOANS
EASTERN Nebraska farm loana and
leans on high grade Omaha residence prop
erty at low Interest; optional payments;
no delay. I. Slbbernnen, Old Boston Ktore
PAYNE. BOSTWICK CO. N. T. Life.
Private money, $TO0 to $6,000; law rate.
LOANS to home owners and nome build
er, with privilege of making partial pay
ment semi-annually: no commission.
W. H. THOMAS.
603 First National Ilai.k Bldg.
GARVIN BROS.. 31$ N. Y. Life, $-'00 to
$200,0u on Improved property. No delay.
WHEN answering these advertisements
kindly mention The Bee.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED to buy, 6 to 7-room house;
must be well located and on easy pay
ments. Address N 112, Bee.
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
t. 6 and 7-room houses. If price are right
we can sell your property for you.
NOWAY A LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.
WANTED To buy 4 or -room cottage;
must be cheap and on easy payments. Ad
dress P 114, Bee.
WILL pay cash for several well located
building lots; must be priced right. Ad
dress O 113, Bee.
820 ACRES CLF.AR LAND.
Wtll exchange for Omaha Improved or
wll'. consider well located vacant lots. Re
menVber w-e pay no attention to whlttlers.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1999.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of exchanging
property. HARRY H. CULVER, Suite S0,
N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha.
I HAVE $ sections of good raw land lo
cated In Martin and Mercer counties.
North Dakota; all hard, tillable land; will
sell very cheap for cash or will trade
from lW aorea up for Omaha Income prop
erty. Address S 115. Bee.
$3,500 Equity In city business property of
2-story and basement brick hul'ding and
in-room house renting at $R64 per year.
Would take clear land or smaller city
THOS. W. HA ZEN,
105 S. 16th. Phone Doug. 1300.
SIX-ROOM house end lot; 3 rooms up
end S downetalrs: both city water and cis
tern In kitchen; fine shade snd fruit trees.
Price. $2 600; mortgage. $1,000; easy pay
ments. Want land In Nebraska.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT COMPANY,
624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 199.
will now pay for a real tailor
made suit at my shop. I cut the
price, not the quality,
TAILOR BECK. Ill South 15th.
A FEW $35 and $30 suits, while they last,
only $25. MAX MORRIS, The Tailor, 801
G. A. LINQUEST CO.. 23 Paxton Block.
JOHN RADMAN. The Tailor, 706 N. 16th St.
r mnpm tatt vr? suits $22.50
VVVA - '-aw a iauV .w
' up. 319 N. lbth
ATHEODORE, "600" Block Tailor.
SEE SISTEK, young men's fashionable
tailor, 412-13-14-16 Paxton Block.
Independent Mess. Service D. 602$. A-4218.
A CHEAP tailor Is always dangerous. See
J. A. Kervan. 608-10 Brandeis Bldg.
ATfnnVM Merchant Tailor,
J- X 1Y1 14U Harney St. Doug. 6987.
T f! TAfTCKON boston tailor,
O. Kj. O -a.tJYCyU.tN Roon, v paxton Blk.
Rylen & Linderman :
NORDIN. The Tailor, 1622 Douglaa Bt
A TfTrHTN Cleorrtng and dyeing. Suits
i.ivuuim pressed 60c. 1806 St. Mary s.
WANTED TO BUY
GOOD price paid for second-hand clothes,
shoes and furniture SELNER. Doug. 6041.
HIGHEST price paid for broken watches,
old gold, etc. M. Nathan, 211 8. 13th. .
WANTED) Cycle hatcher. P 199, Bee.
BEST price paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothing and shoes. Tel.
BALTIMORE 2d-hand store pays best price
for Id-hand furniture, clothes, etc. D. 4255.
LARGE roll top desk, stenographer desk,
chair, large file. L 196, Bee.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Furnished housekeeping
rooms, strictly modern; walking distance.
Addresa F 378, Bee.
WANTED Suite of rooms or large al
cove, with boaid. on or near car line, for
mcther and daughter; daughter employed
in publlo school. Address T 899. Bee.
WANTED By young man. place to work
for board wh U attending Boyies college.
FAMILY washing done. Web. 79.
WANTED Day work. Phone H. 4802.
BAKER, good on bread and pastry, wants
position; sober man. Address Mill, Bee.
WANTED Poeitlon as office boy; salary
to start. $6; aged 18 years; bright and In
dustrious. Addresa, M 19U, Bee.
GENTLEMAN, experienced bookkeeper,
stenographer and telegraph operator, wants
position. Address, N 197, Be.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Real estate transfers for January 27 1910
furniwhed by Midland Guarantee and Trust
coinoauy, bonded abstracters, 1714 Farnam
Bernliard T. Swanson to Frank
Heard le, lot 3 of lot 1. hlncir ht
Hunt's subdivision, South Omaha. .'$ 7,000
4-iu.nn nnmiip 10 josepn l, odrnoe
lot 3. subdivision lot 1, block 81,
rtoutn umaha 6,0,X)
r. w. Dwamx ana wire to Vlanta
Partes, lot 10, block 2. Kountxe 3d. 1
G. 11. Tzschuck to Orel .Irmeu l,.t.
47 -ind 4. block 2, Wextlawn 000
n una, ni. Aiapics una husband to G.
W. Henry, lots 3 and 4, block .
Union National bank to G. H. Henry,
same property, q. c. d 2
lama ramw o 1 line lwaiQk, s'fc
lot 10, block 2, Kounts-e 3d j
A. C. Thomas to Sterlinir Land com.
piny, block 65. 190 and 199. Florence 5,000
ueorge mamiiecK to J, v. Klambeck,
sev or xs-lo-ll j
r. a. juoore to u. wood worth,
part ot no4 3H-1G-9 COO
oum.ii j, uairai to Margaret t) Con
nor, lot S, block 4. Boggs and Hill's
" wrigni io j. b. r rancis, wv. lot
6, block 71, city j
W. P. Webster to Laura Montgom
ery, same property 4,500
v.rtiiKB Hrrii nmitn to C. L. Mc
Grew, lots 6 and 7. block 13. Hlirh-
lann Place ,eoo
r-uwara vvieaeuurg ana wire to K. A.
Hunter, lot 21. block I Ames Place. 1,600
Edward Korenson to F. J. Ellman,
lot 9. block 16. Rose Hill 875
Mary Moran and husband to John F.
Moran. lot 10, block 7, Patrick's 2d
add. to Saratoga j
Martha E. Osgood to Mary Q. Uc
Cague. tV. lot 2, block 2, Hlme
Matthew Kaiser and wife to A. B
Prior, part lot 6, block 1, Halcyon
Heigh ta 970
Hattle Hume to E. R. Hume, lots 6
to 12. Inclusive, block 6. Bowling
Green , j
The Shull Land company to Theo -Schmidt,
lot 12. block 14. Shull's 2d
A. J. Rhode to Catherine Frand.
lot 10, Pelham Place 115
Josnph Yousen to IU Iiecca Castle
man, lot 4, block 6. Armstrona'a zd gnoa
NOTICH OF ASS1GNMFNT-TO THft
creditors of The Hrown Truck eomsany
and to those Indebted m any manner to
The Brown Truck company, and to whom
It may ooncern :
You are hereby notified that on the J7tti
day of January, A., D., 1910, said The
Brown Truck company, a corporation doing
business at Ralston. Douglas county, Ne
braska, and engngv1 In the manufacture
of trucks and end-gates In said Ilaleth,
did make, execute and deliver to the under
signed as assignee for the benefit of all
creditors of said The Brown Truck com
pany a deed of general assignment con
veying to the said assignee all property o4
every kind, nature or description belonging
to the said The Brown Truck company
subject to existing legal liens at the ttmd
of the execution thereof.
You are further notified that any person
or persons holding claims against said
The Brown Truck company should file said
claims with the said assignee at hi office,
606 Merchants National Bank building.
Omaha, Nebraska, within ten days front
the date of the publication ot this notice,
or said estate will be settled and closed
without reference thereto, and any person
knowing himself indebted to said eel at
shall attend to and pay said account to
Dated at Omaha. Nebraska, this 27th day V
of January, A. D., 1910. v
j2M3t J. A. RU83ELL, Assignee.
OFFICB OF THE CONBTRUCTINCI
Quartermaster, Fort Robinson. Nebraska,
January 19. 1910. Pealed proposals for fur
nishing all material and labor for ADD
TION TO AND REPAIRjNO PUMP
HOUSE, NEW BOILEKS. NEW PUMP,
etc., at Fort Robinson, Nebraska will be
received here until 11 4: m. February 19,
1910. Plans and specifications may be con
sulted at the offices of the Chief Quarter
master at Denver, Omaha, Chicago and St.
Paul. Depot Quartermaster at St. Xxiuls,
and at this office. Blank proposals and
Instructions to bidders may be obtained at
the same office. Plans and specification
furnished upon receipt of certified . oheok
for $16 to Insure their return. Envelope
containing proposals should ' be Indorsed
"PROPOSALS FOR IMPROVING AND
REPAIRING WATER STSTM" and ad
dressed to Captain Malvern Hill Barnum,
Constructing Quartermaster, Fort Robin
son, Nebraska. J13d7t
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MRS. SOL SMITH IS HURT .
IN TAXICAB COLLISION
Oldest Actress on the Ainerlran Staaj
Injured While Returning '
NEW YORK, Jan. 27. Mrs. Sol Smltl.
the actress, was still In a serious conditio!
today as the result of Injuries sustained il
an automobile accident last night, bul
members of her family paid today that slu
showed Improvement and that It was be
lieved her recovery was assured. , '
Mrs. Smith Is the oldest actress oil th
American stage. Last night the taxtcah
In which she was returning from the the
ater collided with another automobile and
Mrs. Smith was thrown out and rendered
unconscious. She was severely bruised and
cut about the face and head, but the ef
fects of the rhock to a woman of her age
she will be 60 years old in March or moat
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