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OFFERED FOR RENT
Vmt iralahfl notnit-
TWO unfurnished roomi
Fark Ave. 16 00.
for rent W! '
TWO unfurnished rooms. 611 8. JT.th Ave.
FOUR unfurnished housekeeping room,
with range, modern hotiae. 1309 Webster.
FOl'R nice modern room, Including heat.
118 fV 1308 Ho. ,th Ave. Douglas
Itaae and Cettng,ja.
OMAHA Van "toragr Co.. pae. move
1 store, h h. good; storehouse, 112011 N
13th; office 100 8. 17'h St. Tel. Douglas
NEW strictly modern brick cottage, eight
rooms. In Went Farnam district. Ownor'a
'phone Douglaa 6uM.
HOTTHE9, Insurance, RlngwaJt, Rarker Blk.
MODERN, l-room house, 218 S. 25th Ave.
I'hone Douglas 4T.S7.
BRICK houae. 214 Dewey Ave.. 7 rooms,
modern. Moyer Stationery Co., UK Far
FOR RENT Four-room cottage on 28th
Av.. between Dodge and Farnam Sts. Ap
ply Dexter U Thomas. 412 bee Bldg.
WK8T FARNAM SPECIAL.
114 42 St.. one of the nicest small housei
In this d strict. 8 rooms, all modern, In nice
shapo throughout, and we know It will
ple.e you. The rent Is only $.. Key at
PAYNE, BOSTWICK SLATER,
Sole Agents. 001 N. V. Life Bldg.
2S1J WOOLWORTH Ave., 8 rooms, mod
2T.54 St. Mary's Ave., C rooms, modern. $20.
1019 Maenn. 10 room, modern. Itt.fiO. Others.
KING WALT BROS., 306 B. 15th St.
6-ROO.Vt. mo-tern not:se. new plumbing,
rice lawn. Til So. 37ih. Key at 7a So. 37th.
7 ROOMS. Modern house. ir.OS Spruce 81
H. 1. Plumb. 110 8. 13th Ht
HOUSEHOLD GOODS packed, forwarded;
cheep freight rates; moving and storlns
Expressmen's ItellrcV Co. Trl. Doug. 231.
y Chris Boyer,
22d and Cumings St.,
for houses and flats, from $M to 140, and
from three to ten rooms.
HOUSES, (lata. Garvin Broe.. 318 N. Y. L.
HOUSES In " parU ot tns c"y
ilUUOM Crelgh Sons & Co.. B-ie li.a
NO EQUAL Steam heat, all modern. 7
rooms, hall, batb and biw-iunt. 120 N.
FOR RENT 9-room brick house, all mod
ern, 2WJ Wlills Ave., $25.
4-roora apartment, city water, toilet. IK I
I No. 18th. $12.60.
C. iV. HACHMANN,
480-37 Fuxlon Blk.
' Tel- Re 2633. Kea Tel. D. WA.
HAQQARD Van a Storage Co. D. i",.
Pack, store and ship household goods.
HOUSES Pnters Trust Co.. N.Y.Llfe Bldg
6-room, mndern cottage, 3033 S. fist, IIS 00.
k 6-room, modern, new, 3D29 No. l.lth, $2i.5o.
A 8-room, modern, 2103 Grant, $20.C0.
8- room, modern, and barn, 950 No. 2oth,
9- room, modern, barn, 627 Park Ave., $40.
8-room, modern, barn, 4501 Seward, $18.00.
TH08 W. HAZEN.
105 So lfith. Phone Doug. 1300.
9-room, mod., new furnace, 2707 Farnam
7-room, mod., ex. heat, 1812 Bristol Bt,
6-room., new flat, 1st floor oak finish,
I all mod., 2103 Ca lfornla St., $35. ,
Button Realty Co., K
New Location, 1216 Farnam St.
' Phone Douglas 2S19.
7-ROOM house, modern, first-class con
dltlon, 2234 Maple street, near 24th. Water
raid; shades furnished; rent reasonable.
K. W. Gunthor, owner, 330 N. 40th St. Tel.
FOR RENT '
$15.00 Four-room . cottage., 669 So. 41st St.
Shlmer ft Chase Company,
300 So. 17th St.
2967 Pacific, 9-r., strlotly modern house,
f cry room newly papered, the whole house
In finest repair. Snap at $40.
PAYNE, BOSTWICK ft SLATER.
Solo Agents, 601 N. Y. Life Bldg.
NEW strictly modern brick cottage, 8
rooms. In West Farnam district, phone
owner, Douglaa 6081.
FOR KENT Six-room house, S 82d Ave.,
modern, $20. Phone Harney 1566.
I WANT an offer for tne two story brick
U,- building at 1213 and 12 IB Howard street.
Will rent for fA a month. Eastern owns
will tell cheap.
Room 1 New Tork Life Building.
CORNER storeroom. 701 N. 16th.
OFFERED FOR SALE
HOUSEHOLD GOODS for sale, must be
old at once. 1018 S. 38th Ave.
A NICELY furnished steam heated 14
room flat, cloae In, full of roomers, A bar
gain for cash. Address K 786, Bee.
Household Furniture R,XiyBued:
at price to move stock quickly. Amerloaa'
Furniture Co.. 820 N. ICth.
BWOND-HAND piano players, good
lew, $M to $75. Call or write. Piano Pla
Co., old Boston Store.
SECOND-HAND Edison and other Phon
ographs, $3 to $25; good ss new. Call or
write. Piano Player Co.. Old Boston Store.
SECOND hand typewriters sold, repaired
Central Typewriter Exchange. lt-J7 Farnam
FOR SALE Typewriters. Invisible Smith
Premier, only used a few montno; I type
writer chairs and typewriter desk. 803 Bee
building. Tel. Douglas 2527. '
An Omaha Real Estate
man's reply to the Iowa
Copper Mining Co.:
"In reply to yours asking my opinion as to what med
ium to use for advertising in this section, I would sug
gest The Omaha Bee. The buik of my- advertising goos
to The Bee as it has produced the better results at this
office. Very truly yours,
Jan. 22, 1910.
How the Record
Dec, 1909 ....1,137 inches
Deo., 190S 884 inches
Gain of Eee, 233 ins. or 23
C1FERE0 FOR SALE
AT CUT PKICES
We save you from Me to
II .V) on everv ton and alve
better ct el. We guarantee correct weights.
Uosenblatt's Cut Trice Coal Co.
rVtAT. basketa $1; dry kindling, load.
$1. Hlar Ice and Coal Co., D 44W.
ABOUT IM feet H-lnch wire cable, aec
ond hand; will sell at bargain. Apply H.
W. Psker, SupL Bee Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
SODA FOUNTAINS, new and second
hand; monthly payments. Denght, 1311
OXT. Furnace lump a ton 1
nn.rm.on & Woath. W. 848.
DIAMOND, lH-karat, perfect; worth $T0;
set In $30 gold heart; owner will racrlfire
at $165; anyone's examination welcomed.
Address 1! 118, Bee
HOUSEHOLD goods for sale. Must be
sold at once. 1018 8. 3Sth Ave.
fnTOT?S New nd Sfcoudhsnd Dy
mwiuiw nmnos and Motors; also
all kinds of electrical repairing. LeBron
Electrical Works, 313 S. 12th St.
DRUGS st cut prices; freight paid on all
$10 orders; catalogue free. Sherman , Mo
Connell DruR Co.. Omaha. Neb.
SCHOLARSHIP on lending business col
lege for salt at discount. Address P-WM.
HALL'S safes, new. Sd-hand. 1818 Farnam.
FOR SALE New and Id-hand billiard
and pool tables. We lead the world In
cheup bar fixtures, easy payments, nruns-wlck-r.alke-Coilriciei.
407 S. 10th SL
WE HAVE on hsnd a number of Ink nar
rele which e will sell at 60u each. Thv
are fine fqr rain water or a.slies. Call at
pressroom Bee Publishing Co.
FOR SALE National cash register, with
tnpe almost new; cheap If taken at once.
Address K 8(9, Bee.
2D-HAND oak counter, hend-carved .nr
hie cashier plate; v lrj v.'lcket aluut 40 ft.,
odd shape; will fit a room 2C feet Me
Can be seen at storage tiouse. For fur. her
pnrticulars 'phono Douglas 238. Bee Build
STOUf SASTT Complete stock fur
olului "Af5n'shed on short notice.
C. SUNDELL A CO., Contractors ond
Builders, Room O, Nw Tork Lite Bldg.
SECOND-nAND scales at 1507 Harney.
IF It's secondhand, we have it. Levy, 411
N. 26th St., South Omaha. Tel. South 225.
BARRELS AI Ij KINDS FOR ANY
imiiuijuo PURPOSE MAGIC CITY
BARREL CO SO. OMAHA So. 1625.
SECOND-HAND safe. $25. 1110 Farnam.
OUTSIDE showcases, plate glass and
marble; $W, cost fib. 308 N. 16th St.
PIANOLA piano player. $35. cost, $175,
leaving city. 216 N. 22d.
JOHNSON INST., 418 N. Y. I Tel. D. 1GC4.
Dr. Kathryn Nloholaa. COS N. Y. L. Bldg
D. O. BARNELU Faxton Blk. Tel. Red 711).
HUFFMAN. 218 Neville Bldg. Book free
Is a drugless cure for female weakness.
Consult Dr. Marguerete Hallovan, 226 Ne
ville Blk. D. 7iSL Under supervision of M. D.
8TRICTLY private home for confine
ments; trained nurse; babies for adoptions.
ATYF!T,TfiTTT Halr Food- Wonderful
AJJiliJjXUllX Halr R90torer. Grows
Hair on Bald Heads. For sale by Mme.
Frayer at Megeath Stationery Co.
Arlene de Voy. Manicuring and massaga.
520 8. 16th St. Flat 8. , 'Phone D. 76S6.
PRIVATE HOME during confinement:
babies for adoption. Good Samaritan 8anl
lorium, 740 1st Ave., Council Bluffs, J a.
Your subscription to either the Saturday
Evening Poat or the Ladies' Home Journal
la worth 50 cents to Child Saving Institute.
$S00 already earned.
Muat have 460 more subscriptions by Feb.
28. Brings $1,018 check tor Rabies' home.
Act, for goodness sake! Bend In your renew
als In advance make It 2 years if you like.
You pay news stands J2.i0. :Jy price $1.50.
Save $1.10. Interest your friends. Remem
ber this Is not sentiment, but an Invalid's
bid for a livelihood In hope of business on
other magazines. Write for complete cata
logue and atory, "A Broken Back." Ad
The Magaslne Man.
Tel. Douglaa 7163. Omaha, Neb.
WTfJCand toupes for men. GRIFFITH.
VVAUk-u, ani u FRE NZh.lt BLK.
WE rent and repair all kinds of sewing
machines. Iud. A 1(4S, Doug. 1663.
NEBRASKA CYCLtt CO..
15th and Harney Hts.
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits caai-o((
clothing, In fact anything you do not need
We collect, repair and sell at 184 N. Uta
St., for coat of oolleotlou, to the worthy
poor. Call 'phone Douglas 412 and wagoa
A HOME for women during confinement.
We find nomas tor babies where mothers
cannot caie for them. Babies boarded
For terms address Mrs. Martha A. Lea.
401 Bancioft St., Omaha. Neb. 'Phone
JOS1E WASHBURN'S new book. "The
Underworld Bower." sold at all book stores,
Swarfs A McKclv; News Dept. 2d hand
bkii Ger & Kng nviodlcul. 109 8. 15th.
treatment. Mme. Smith.
522 8. 181 h St.. third floor
613 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Looks in Figures
Dec., 1909 1,089 inches
Dec, 1908 1,200 inches
Loss of W.-II., Ill ins., OMo
DR. EOGER9 private confinement homi
lilt; Martha St- F'mns Douglas tXKk
BIRDIE Peters, tescher of piano. W. 10M.
MIB3 LA GRANK. baths, massage. 117
Dodge Bt., basement flat. Hours, 10 a. m
to t p. m.
MASSAQB AND BATHS.
R. 30S Old Boston Ktore Bidn., 4th floor.
I2 8. lGth St. Stairway on Douglaa ft.
AfnTTTTfWKtTnlon orchestra. Up to
MUUlilUl datn, cstchy. dar.eesble
music. Rhul Moulton, director. Ptudlo.
605 Karbach Block. Doug. T74R. Ind. A-43S3.
MUSIC furnlshedi Independent orchestra.
Dancing a specialty. Tel. Web. 124.
MAGNETIC and massage treatment tit
No. lfith St.
MASQUE suits to rent Theo. Urben.
OMAHA Stammerers Ins., Ramge Bldg.
EXPKRIENCKD nurse, 35 years; ladles
In confinement a specialty; prices reason
able. 3109 3. 13th St.
CHILBLAINS No- 1700,; "" cur
UUjiiUAliXO wo, Halnea Drug Co.
MASSKOTHERAPHT Mme. Allen of
Chicago, baths, salt gloiv and massage
treatments. 207 N. 17th St.. room 1.
Are your tired? Does your blood circu
late properly? Is your digestion good?
If not, why not consult Prof. Q. K. Dlnjtan,
oriental scientific niassagist, 405-407 Bfe
Bidg., Phone 1). 863. Special attention given
to facial massage and scalp treatment
Screening II. M 100 lbs. Wagner, 101 N. 16tb
BUFP turkeys; toms, $3.60; hens, IS. R.
E. Thompson, Allison, la.
TWO Barred Rock cockerels, "Ringlet"
strain very high class birds. H. H. Put
nam. 6140 Burt Bt. Telephone Harney 60.
DUCKS-Jcsse Newell's Indian Runners
are unbeatable money-makers. Greatest
jayers ever known. Kasllv raised; easily
handled. Eyeopener circular free. Girard,
'PHONE IND. A-3C20 for good printing
Lyngatad Printing Co.. lGth & Capitol A.e.
WATERS PRINTING CO.. B22-524 S. ISth.
MIDLER & JAMIESC. ouick printers.
1213 Douglaa St Tel. Doug. 42S3; Ind. A 42S9.
REAL KSTA1B DEALERS,
REED ABSTRACT CO.. Est 18SS: promp
service; get our prices. 1710 Farnam St
PATNE INV. CO.. flrat floor N. T. Life
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST CO.
CHAS. K. WILLIAMSON. President.
BENJAMIN R. B. CO., 477 Brandcis Bldg
Geo. D. Perrlne. 832 Paxton. Doug. 780L
CITY PROPERTT FOH SALE.
Two lots on 52d, between Farnam and
Dodge Sts., east fronts; sewer. Price, 1700.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
1st Fl. N. T. L. Bldg. Tel.: Dousr. 1781; A 1181
WANTED, to sell, good location bakery
and candy suite, ice cream parlor. Harney
3323 Seward Street
My new, modern, 8-room home; oak fin
ish first floor, 4 . (.tractive bedrooma second
floor; stairway to attic; a home clone to
car, with sightly location, $4,350. Phono
$3,500 FIRST MORTGAGE at S per cent
Interest on 6,400-acre ranch; $30,000 Improve
ments. Room 411, Karbach block.
FIVE-ROOM strictly modem cottage,
north end. Address C-119 care Bee.
ONLY $100 CASH
Nothing Like It
Ever Offered Before
Brand new, fine home of ( rooms, reoep
tton 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 $8,800, 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 ANT LONGER.
Johnston & Wesley,
Phone Douglas 1235. $06 S. 17th St.
9 Rooms, $11,000
Exclusive West Farnam district; owner
leaving city; easy terms; 6Va per cent In
terest. Harrison & Morton,
West Far,nam Cuming Line .
60-foot lot south front, high view to east
and west, walks and new paving; home
built by owner a few years ago. immedi
ate possession. $0,000; Urms.
O'Keefe Real Estate Co.,
1002 3-4 N. T. Life.
Douglas or A Slil
DOUBLE BRICK FLAT, NEW.
$ rooms each, all modern, will rent for
$14. Pries only i.2l0. Let us show you.
P. O. NIELSEN & CO.
70$ N. Y. L. Bldg. Both 'Phones.
(-ROOM modern, 2-story house, furnace
heat, on Locust St., Juxt east of 24th. Lot
40x140, $2,860. t
6-ROOM story and' half house, at 33Z5
Parker. A good well-'ou.n hound, wltii
large barn. Lot 47x127, $4,800.
W. H. GATfcS,
617 N. T. Life. Ph. D. 1294.
A very desirable rental property, always
rented to prompt paying tenants. In a
locality that is improving rapidly. Is now
paying over U per cent on actual cash in
vested. Price, $4,000; $&,ouO cush. and $4.uu0
lung as you want It to run at 6 per ccut
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
624 N. T. Life Bldg. Red im.
WOULD YOU BUY A HOME AT BED
. ROCK PRICJt-S IN BKNSONT
Cottage, strictly modern, rooma and
bath; open nickel plumbing; permanent
walks; hot water beat; high and sightly;
fine lerraoed lawn; oak finish and maple
floors. If you have a lew hundred dollars
Oi SOUTH ORPHANAGE AVE..
The owner lives In the housa. Call today.
7-ROOM MODERN, CLIFTON HILL
Fine corner lot Just a step to two car
lines. Beautiful location. We want you
to look at it. Price. $3,000.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
24 New York Life Bldg. Red-l0t.
BARGAIN Five-room modern rnitan
$1,600. Kay terms. V
J. H. PAKROTTE. HOARD OF TRADE.
AVE WANT YOU TO BUY
two cottager, one 5-room and one 6-room,
modern except beat, walking distance,
paved street, all specials paid. Always
rent for $U.gC pwner must sell a f once.
P. O NIELSEN CO.
703 N. Y. L. Bldg. Both 'Phones.
If you want a barnaln tnu piano
or some musical Instrument
watch the Ollered for Sale"
column from clay to clay.
CITT PHOI'Kll l V F4UI SALE.
Fins lot In center of West Farnam Dis
trict for $2.2X.
Hicka, 213 Board of Trade Bldg.
BUY A ILYLF ACRE
$10 CASH, $10 A MONTH
IN VERNON HEIGHTS
This addition was half sold cut laet fall.
Many of the purchasers will build tr.ls
spring. Several families have already built.
and get a good selection, or we will build
you a house and sell It to you on easy
terms, and If half an acre is not ennuqh
will lease you an adjoining half acre. Come
In. let's talk It over.
HASTINGS A HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
Omaha's newest and mot attractive
addition la now ready for your inspec
tion. AH lots have about 2 -foot ter
race and a frontage of 50 feet. AH
street! 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 east of
the Field club, and is bounded on the
east by Park Ave., on the south by
Poppleton Ave., on the west by 30th
Ave. and adjoins Thomas Rogers' fine
home on the north.
Our prices are much lower than
thoBe of adjoining property, ranging
from 1,600 to $2,000 for the beat cor
ners. Terms, M 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 west park cars. Get off at
Park Ave. and Pacific St., walk south
260 feet to our big sign.
Call Douglas 1064, ask for 11. M.
ChriBtie and make appointment to see
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1320 Farnam St.
TelB. D.' 1064; Ind., A-1064.
BRAND NEW HOUSE
Six large rooms and 'reception hall, oak
finish, hot water plant, laundry and all
modern conveniences, paved street, treat,
permanent walks, etc, 1V& blocks from car,
choice location on north side, lot 61x133.
Offered at $4,000 for immediate sale. Can
arrange terms to suit.
Neat 6-room cottage, new and all mod
ern, In N. W. part, high, vlghtly location,
full lot. Big bargain at $2,800.
8-room, partly modern house, lot 30x150,
close In, $2,ti60; $150 cash, 25 per mo. Im
We have several easy term bargains that
are sure to Interest, If you'll call at office.
RUSSELL & McKITRICK CO.,
432 Ramge Bldg. 15th and Harney Sts,
6-ROOM HOUSE, $1,250
S. 20th, ' nuar Castellar St., a solid, well
built house, brings good rent Let us show
It to you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT COMPANY,
624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1099.
PRAIRIE PARK Hlh "rade and
l ivixvxrj x ixxi. artlstlc hoUM1
$:i.f00 to (5,000; small cash payment and bal
ance monthly. Paxton Real Estate com
W. O. Jensen builds homes right; plans
furnlJhed. Res. 2V21 Spaulding. Web. SS3.
REE 6-room cottage at 221 S. 28th and
give me an offer. .Owner. S3U S. 34th.
MIDLAND Guarantee and Trust com
pany, bonded abstracters, 1714 Farnam
street. Tel. D 2&S6. .
SHOULD OWN A HOME
Have you J285 rash? If so, let us show
you the best and easiest proposition in
2115 POPPLETON AVENUE
6 rooms, just built. Is strictly mcdern but
furnace, stairway from center of house up
to attic; 2 more rooms can be finished If
desired; house Is very attractive and very
well built; large basement, cemented; only
12 minutes' walk from The Be building.
Price, 12,850; $235 cash, balance J2a. 3a a
month, ;which Includes interest.
KA8'rikas & H E YpEN, J14HarneySt.
FARM AND HAHiCH LAM) FOR SALE)
CALIFORNIA lands for sale in Sacra
mento valley. 40-acre orange grove; best
proposition on Pacific coast. Fruit ami
poultry farms. Write tor free printed mat
ter. Kelsea, Corning, Cal.
FLORIDA COLONYLANDS 20,000 acres
In the best farming county In the state;
timber and wood worth large proportion
of price asked. $4.60 per acre, though tract
ho.1 beun cut over; one of the last good
co'ony bargains tor immediate exploitation
now offered in Florida; alto a magnificent
long time investment; railroad through
center of tract: terms. Write or wire Tne
Hampton-Watson Co., Gainesville, Florida.
Ws have 100.000 acres of choice land to
select from, raiigir.g In price from lo to
$40 per acre. This land Is in the oil and
gua district and you mi; lit get an oil Well
with your land.
NO WATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite t4 Mew Yurk Life Bidg
A DEEP. RICH SOIL, SUNSHINE
all the lime; water when you want It.
Land at $6 to HO nsr acre for weli Iro-
firoved farms; go t-ee It Kebruury L Very
uer round trip rut.s. Wilto us.
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO..
Suit 1124 N-w Vork Life Bldg.. Hed 11)99.
HOMESTEAD relinquishments. CIO acres,
$f,00 up. Western Land Hradiuarter4, Alli
FARM BARGAIN .Must be sold on ac
fount of ommr's liiuith; acl! improved
lAJ acre farm, seven and a uuurler iniloi
from town; price. IX- pr acre: aay terms.
J. T. Campbell. Litchfield. Neb.
FOR barraln Ir. nil kln1 nf l.nH n.mm
ranches and homes In the west write or
see the Potter Realty Co., Potter, Neb. '
320 Acres 2 Miles from Town, $45
Lartern Nebraska farm; Improvements;
nearly ell under cultivation; t:ne crop last
year. It is worth $i0 per acre more, but
Owner must sell,
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.. .
C4 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red intra.
FOR SALE Choice lands at low prices.
Brulo county. H. D. For booklet, maps and
prlceilst address llaganuin-ttatwi, Puk
waua, S. D.
AMU it ; ji i. a 4n
NORTHEASTERN Kansns farms. J to
1,000 acres; 2.W acres splendid land; 200, 320,
400 or 4o0-arre stock and grain farms; 440
acre pasture; also town property. Write
John lloyt. Irving. Kan., President Tele
128-ACRt; farm for sale. Good bnlldlnga
with all modern Improvements, will cut 10)
tons . hay. Address Box tS, Pittsford
DRY FARM BAROAIN.
S00 ACRfiS NEAR GARLAND.
DEAR RIVER VALLEY, CTAH,
AT $?0 PER ACRE; STATION . R L.
RAILWAY ON LAND; BLACK I-OAMY
SAGEBRUSH LAND, NUVKR BERN
FLOW ED; GOOD FOR GRAIN. ALFALFA.
OR BUOAR BfclETS. FOR TERMS KEH
AT ONCE L. R. MART1NEAU, SALT
. WASHINGTON. . .
For full Information concerning farms
nd fruit lands In the state of Washington
and ESPECIALLY IN THE RPOKANK
COUNTRY, CALL OR WRITE J. R.
Lt'SK, HOTEL LOYAL. OMA.HA, NEB.
CHEAP FARES ON ALL PACIFIC
COAST LINES GO INTO EFFECT
MARCH 1. IF POSSIBLE. SKE MKl.
LUSK'S BE A tTTIFl'L DISPLAY OK
WASHINGTON APPLES AT THE
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONEY TO LOAN Payno Invest ment Co.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
1100 to 10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
WANTED City loans and warranta. W.
Farnam Smith A Co., 1320 Farnam St.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Brandels Bldg.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha business property,
Room 1, New York Life Bldg.
IfiOO to tf.000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co., 1003 N. I, Life. Douglas
or A 2162.
EASTERN Nebraska farm loans and
loans on high grade Omaha residence prop'
erty at low Interest; optional payments;
no delay. L SlbbernBen, Old Boston Store
PAYNE. BOSTWICK & CO., N. Y. Life.
Private money, )M0 to 15,000; low rate.
LOANS to home owners and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
ments semi-annually; no commission.
W. H. THOMAS.
60S First National Bank Bldg.
OARVIN BROS., J18 N. Y. Life, $5C0 to
$200,000 on Improved property. No delay.
WHEN answering these advertisements
kindly mention The Bco.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
6, 6 and 7-room houses. If prices are right
we can sell your property for you.'
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.
WANTED To buy a 4 or 6-room cottage;
muat be cheap and on easy payments. Ad
dress P 114, Bee.
I WANT Information about a good grain
or stock farm for sale; I know of over 1,000
buyers, willing to pay your price; I can
tell you how to find them; write me about
It and Jet's see If we can close up a deal.
Address at once, Arthur Capper, Dept. 25,
WILL pay cash for several well located
building lots; must be priced right. Ad
dress O 113, Bee.
320 ACRES CLEAR LAND.
Will exchange for Omaha Improved or
wll'. consider well located vacant lots. Re
member we pay no attention to whlttlers.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
6S4 N. T. Life Bldg. Red 1999.
$3,500 Kqulty In city business property of
2-story and basement brick bul'dlng and
10-room house renting at $84 per year.
Would take clear land or smaller city
TITOS. W. HAZEN,
105 S. lGth. Phone Doug. 1300.
SIX-ROOM house and lot; 3 rooms up
end 8 downstairs; both city water and cis
tern In kitchen; fine shade and fruit trees.
Price, $2 500; mortgage. $1,000; essy pay
ments. Want land In Nebraska.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT COMPANY,
824 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1999.
will now pay for a real tailor
made suit at my shop. 1 cut the
rice, not tne quality.
AILOR BUCK, 111 South 16th.
A FEW $36 and $30 suits, while they last,
only $25. MAX MORRIS, The Tailor, 301
O. A. LINQUEST CO.. 236 Paxton Block.
JOHN RADMAN. The Tailor. 706 N. 16th St.
' up. $1B N. li th
A THEODORE, "000" Block Tailor.
SEE BISTER, young men's fashionable
tailor, 412-13-14-16 Paxton Block.
Independent Mess. Service. D. 0022. A-4218.
A CHEAP tailor Is always dangerous. See
J. A. Kervan. 608-10 Brandels Bldg.
AlffllWAf Merchant Tailor.
.AUDIJl HH Harney St. D,
T O UrifSnV BOSTON TAILOR,
U.V.lAV.lVDUi Room 1, Paxton Blk,
lfvlr.Tl R- T, inform on 400 So. 15th St.
1 Quality Clothes.
NORD1N. The Tailor, 1522 Douglaa St.
A 17HRTN "loaning and dyeing. Suits
pressed SOc. IrtiO St. Marys.
WANTED TO BUY
GOOD pric? paid for second-hand clothes,
shoes and furniture KKLNER. Doug. 5041.
OLD automobile rims and shot's.
NEHHASKA PUNCTURE PROOF CO,.
. 2201 Farnam.
JUST opening business; household goods
wanted; highest price; stoves, furniture,
sewing machines repaired; written guar-ante-.
.New 'orn Ktpair Shop, 1117 Dodge;
D. 1550: A 4353.
WANTED POO old bicycles, with or with
out wheels. Teh phone Douglas 2713 or Ind.
B 6142. A. L. Archey.
HIGHEST prlbe paid for broken watches,
old gold, etc. M. Nathan, 211 H. 13th.
WANTECV-Cycle hatcher. P 193, Bse.
BEST price paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothing and shoes. Tel.
BALTIMORE 2d-haud store pays best price
for Id-hand furniture, clothes, etc. D. 4:'5.
WANTED second-hand Roller Top Office
Desk and Chair. Address, Lock Box 10.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Furnished housekeeping
rooms, strictly modern: walking distance.
Address F $78. B (
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED By gentleman, room and part
board, between 22d and 2tth and Ames
Ave. and Browne. Address U. 171), Bee.
WANTED S'llts of rooms or fares al
cove, with, boatd, on or near ear line, for
mther and daughter; daughter emploved
In public school. Address l lire.
YOUNfl MAN. four veers' emer'enf In
hardware business In West Virginia: best
references. Address Y 163, tats Hee.
WANTED By young man. place to wnrk
for board while attending H. r.s colitis.
FAMILY waahlng done. Web. 7 v
WANTED Day work. PhonTl. 4802.
LAKER, good on bread and pasiry, wants
position; sober man. Address Mill. Bee.
WANTED Position as office boy; salary
l etart, 6; aged is ycais; bright and In
dustrious. Address, M 11W, Bee.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Real estate transfers for January 2S.
Furnished by Midland Guarantee and Trust
company, bonded abstracters. 1714 Farnam
Samuel Overgarde to John Overgarde,
lot 7, block 1. Folanrn plate, q. c. d. ...$ 25
George W. McClelland et al. to Oert
rude Buckholi, lot lb, block , Kllby
plaoe , . , j
George W. McClelland, trustee, "to
same, same property ,
Benjamin F. Hutchlns and wife to
Hastings & Heyden, seW ot se of
neu, 12-16-13 ,,
A. H. Norton and wife to George G.
feharpe, sc1 of nwl. 12 16-10. q. o. d.. . 1
Alfred C. Hopkins, Alfred Millard and
Anna C. Millard, executors, to Ger
man Lutheran church of Millard, lots
4 and 5. blork 2, Millard 7$
City of Omaha to Coad Real Estate
Co., part. of alley between 37th and
SKfh Sts., between Dodge and Far
nam, q. a d
Packers National bank of South
Omaha to Coad Real Estate Co., nl9
feet of lot 8, block 8t, South Omaha.. 1,300
L. Draper and wife to Susie F. Sher-
rot. lot 10. block 6, Hanscom place,.., ,6l0
Ralston Townslte Co. to Herbert Olson,
lot 80, block 6, Ralston 17$
Ernest Sweet and wife to Irving F.
Baxter nnrf t a v 1 in I i 1 .
-nnuerson ana wire to Sven O.
Johnson, w lot 14, block 469,. Grand
View , , ,
George Holmes and wife to J. D.' XVear. .
part of lots 12 and 13, block 25,1 Wll
cox's 2d add , 2 800
H. H. Garst to C. L. Stephen, w30 feet
Of lot 13. block 3, Patrick s add 1,620
C. L. Stephen to Mike Shapiro, same
Oscar Peterson to Emma H. C. Peter
son, n6 feet of slog feet of lots 18
and 17, block 15, Improvement Aas'n.
add , i
Edward P. Boyer et al. to Antonio
pellisi and Alflo Vaaantl, wH of lot
7, block 247, city ...2300
George H. Abbott and Jesse B. Watt, '
executors, to S. S. Batter, lot 2, block
1,' Sherwood's sub 1700
Eva C. Abbott and husband to Sarah
J. Forrcy, lot 2, block L Shsrwood s
sub. . . . 1 700
Mary Schmlth to Catherine Gulnatte, '
lots 11 and 12, block $. Everett place.. 1
Melissa Ash to Russell ft McKltrlck,
lot 6, block S, Boggs A Hill's add.,
and lot 19, block i, William Hage
dorn's add , .. . 1
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
Quartermaster, Fort Robinson. Nebraska,
January 19, 1810. Sealed proposals for fur
nishing all material and labor for ADDI
TION TO AND REPAIRING PUMP
HOUSE, NEW BOILERS, NEW PUMP,
etc., at Fort Robinson, Nebraska will be
received here until 11 a. ' m. February 19
1910. Plans and speciflcallons may be con
sulted at the offices of the Chief Quarter
master at Denver, Omaha, Chicago and St.
Paul. Depot Quartermaster at St. "uouls,
and at this office. Blank proposals and
Instructions to bidders may bs obtained at
the same offices., Plans and specifications
furnished upon receipt of certified check
for $15 to Insure their return Enelope.i
containing proposals should be Indorsed
"PROPOSALS FOR IMPROVING AND
REPAIRING WATER SYSTEM" and ad
dressed to Captain Malvern Hill Bsrnum,
Constructing Quartermaster, Fort Robin
son, Nebraska. J23d7t
PROPOSALS FOR CAVALRY HORSES
Chief Quartermaster's Office, Omaha, Ne
braska, January 4, 1910. Sealed proposals.
In trInllnAto will t ."Li.
until 11 o'clock a. in., central standard time.
reon-ary s. jmu, ana then opened In the
presence of attending bidders, for 140
Cavalry Horses, for delivery at Omaha, Ne
braska, or other prominent railroad points:
The animals to conform to specifications
for Cavalry Horses. United States reserves
right to accept or reject any or all pro
posals or any part thereof. Particulars and
blanks for proposals will be furnished on
aDDliCatlnn. Knwlniui rnnlalnln. .... l
' - . . . ........... B 1 s w 1.1 n
to be Indorsed "Proposals for Horses." and
.uuioHcu io juajor u. Hi. M CARTHY.
Chief Quartermaster. J4-6-6-29-31 Fl
FORT LOGAN, COLORADO. January 21,
1910 Sealed proposals In triplicate will b
received until 10 a. m. February 21. 191. and
then publicly opened, for the construction
i 5, I"""1'" Building and the Installation
Of Plllmhinff- montrl UMrtnB r . 1-.. w -
-- . . . uaullul ma
chinery and Equipment. Blank forms for
..luwaio, frMuua nu Bpccmoaiions may be
had on application. United States reserves
rlffht In .i.f.nt r.f ,.uni . . . , 1
" - . . itj.Li mij ur ail pro
posals or any part thereof. Envelopes con-
lu.im.a ,iV1iuoftig suuum d marKea irro
posais for Construction of Laundry" and
addressed to Captain Chase Doster. Quar
termaster, United States Armv.
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CLIENT HAS GOOD REASON FOR
ABSENCEIS IN JAIL AT YORK
Ha marl Nelson I'uahle o Appear aa
rinlntUf, aa He Is Avraltlnff
Trip to Penitentiary.'
"No, your honor, I can't very well go on
with this case today. It will be impossible
for me to get my client here at once.- Ha
is now out In the state."
So spake. T. E. Brady, attorney, to Judge
Redlck In district court.
"Mr. Brady speaks sooth," said Nelson
C. Pratt, attorney for the other side. "His
client Is now In York and I ' understand
car.nct leave there very easily."
"Why not7" demanded the court.'
Mr. Brady looked down at his boots,
hemmed and hawed once or twice and the.i
Mr. Pratt relieved him of the difficulty by
"His client is In Jail, waiting to be taken
to the penitentiary."
Judge Redlrk thought that this was ' si
good excuse for nonappearance and con
tinued the case.,
T. E. Brada York client is one Samuel
Nelson, who ts , suing the Monarch Type
writer company for $5,000 alleged damages
in having him arrested for larceny as
Attorneys are greatly shocked and sur
prised that the district court Is growing
weary of delays and more delays. Mem
bers of the bench feel that the courts are
being criticised for delays , which are ths
fault of attorneys and are acting accord
ingly, as shown by the Insistence of Judge
Redlck that cases set for trial be either
hesrd AP itlnmlauul
SCREWEYE SAID TO HAVE
SURVIVED FIREVITAL EVIDENCE
Degree of Heat Now a Point In ths
! . ; Case of Dr. Duncan -Tnrner.
More evidence attacking the fire at the
home of Dr. "Duncan Turner, 1708 .Chicago
street, continues to be introduced by at
torneys for the defendant, the Columbia
Flee IniilMnn. i. n , pb ..
- - ' - .. VJ V. I. . . . II J . . . , , t
While on the stand Dr. Turner began
to twirl about a finger a large screweye.
This he declared had been one of the
n o.ow which neiu tne strings support
ing the burned-up clothing. An attorney,
for the defense took the streweye and saw
that the end was fused, evidently by heat
The defense has since Introduced expert
evidence that It requires a temperature of
8.472 Fahrenheit ir. m1t liv.n Thi. i
-. - -w ...v. ....... a ...a wr
dence was gtven by Dr. Edmund Thorp,
dean of the Crelghton Pharmaceutical
school. -. ,
The defense has also Introduced nails of
softer Iron and .therefore more easily fus
ible, removed from the- same room where
the screweyes were and these nails are
BOOKS FOR SUNDAY SCHOOLS
Pnbllo Library Is Offering Special
ised Collections for Loans to
Religions Organisations. .
a.. .. . . .. ... .
ounuuy scnoois or tne city win be allowed
the use for two months at a time of books
filed at the -public library on the religious
training of children and' on Sunday school
management. Miss Edith Tobitt, librarian,
has granted the privilege. . These books
may be secured on application to L, T.
Grossman, religious dlreotor of the Young
Men's Christian association, who Is g mem
ber of the County Sunday School associa
tion. Books may be renewed for a period
Of tWO months umin . VAna.ta
All books treating on child study were on
display Friday at the association, bqlldlng
and will be on display Saturday during the
convention of the County Sunday School
association. The advisory committee will
honor requests for books In the order In
which they are made.
FRISCO TO 0PEN0FFICE HERE
Officials of Recently Divorced Lines
Gather for Conference on
Handling Freight Traffic.
Frelgh traffic on the Rock Island lines.
- - ........ HM.VIUIIVH
of the Rock island- Frisco merger, was
the topic of conversation Friday at a meet
ing of Nebraska officials of the first named
railroad. . '
Those in attendance were John B. Utt
of Omaha, general agent; b. L, Brown,
superintendent of tho Nebraska division:
J, J. Brehaney, roadmaster, , and W. C.
Cavariaugh, chief dispatcher, all of Fair-
It Is generally understood that the Frisco
system will establish an office In OmH
within the next few months. Its, business
at present is handled entirely by a travel-
tnv freight trtit
NEW" GROCERY WAREHOUSE
Balidera Start Work on IBO.OOO
Structure on Jackson Street fog
Contractor George J. 8. Collins has
started work at the corner ot Twelfth and
Jaokson streets In tearing down . the old
church for ao many years g landmark gt
thst point. On the site Mr. Collins Is to
but un a modern relnforetd unniriti. a,.-'
houso to cost in the neighborhood of $60,
000. The new building will occupy g ground
space of 60x132, and at present will be car
ried up three stories. Foundations will b
laid to carry much higher building, how
ever, and within a year or two several ad
ditional stories will be added. When com
pleted It will be occupied by the Hughes
Wholesale CdWcery company. '
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