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OMAHA, SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 24, 1911.
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Toi; CAN MOVK RIGHT IN THIS
One block from car line, on a (food
Hrr.l. now bxing graded and graveled,
lot lays one-foot above sidewalk and is
on corner. Wide front porch with rail
ing, neat front door to reception hall
with open stair. Cheerful south side
living room, and (rood ailed. Wide open
Inn to nlre dining ronm. convenient
kitchen and pantry, food cemented cellar.
Two nice bed rooms with closet for
each. Good bath with complete plumb
ing, porcelain tub. lavatory and uood
low down flush water closet. Well ar
ranged, preKenta coxy and home Ilka In
lile appearance. Double floor, finish
floor of beech scraped filled and varn
ished to glo. Electric lights all
through, tieat fixtures, four light mis
sion brushed brass chandaller In living
loom, five light chandaller In dining
room with center drop on chain. Good
corner lot, dome fruit Bet out, nlca hedge
dividing back part of lot for garden, and
the he nine la one you will like. Remem
ber thla , la clone to car line and In
good location .and modern In every way
excepting furnace. If you are tired of
paving rent, connlder thla. your rent
wlil buy It. Price $2.15, I'OO cash and
$22.50 per month, and the monthly pay
menta Include Interest, you know for a
certalntlty and the terma advertised
covera all required. Thla place baa not
been advertised before, the cottages ad
vertised last Sunday were sold by 5
O'clock. This will sell aa quickly, see me
today as early as possible, go through
the house, look It over carefully, you
will find It Just aa advertised and a
home you will be proud to own. Can
be seen Sunday and evenings only, come
to my residence today. 115 So. "ajf"
Ave.. Benson. Thone Benson 122. .
We Want to Build
Two or three more good houses In
that block of lota at 3oth and
Dodge. The three new houses that
are there practically complete are
sold, but you can still look through
them and see how they are built.
We want to build some that are
still better than these. Bring In
your suggestions of how you wou d
Improve on them. If you would
rather build for yourself, get a plat
of this block of lota, with prices.
These lots have the advantage of
choice location, but their desirable
ness comes more from the uniform
ity of the block no , old houses In
Harrison & Morton
Best Lot West
Kast front on 32d Ave., north of .
Dodge St., surrounded by splendid
homes, 7V4-'oot east front, $6,000.
Harrison & Morton
Three cottages, walking distance, rent
value. $40. Price, $3,160. Tel. Douglas 2842,
8-room house, Benaonhurst, modern
home, finely finished, extra, large lot,
built two years ago; must Bell at once;
call and we will show It to you; can
make good terms; third house east aide
FISHER. CARLSON St CO.,
459-400 Omaha Nat'l Bank.
A Splendid Location for
FLATS OR APARTMENT
80-foot front. Hanscom Park, half block
to car. paved street, siinde trees; only
l none u o-i i. v ouuni
IP looking for a home, Income or In
vestment proposition, near All Saints
church, call owner, Douglas 997.
NEAR BOULEVARD AND GOLD -ST.
Neat 5-room cottage, partly modern, on
beautiful large earner lot, which Is worth
Imiut nrlce asked for all. which Is only
$2,000; reasonable terma. Do not let this
opportunity paaa you ouy.
J. V. RASP CO., S Brandels Bldg.
$3,600 buvs two houses on good corner
in the hills, very central; both streets
paved; one block of school and car line;
one house of & rooms, bath, gas and elec
tric lights; one B rooma, city water and
gas; will rent for about $400 per year;
room for another house. McGee Real
Estate Co.. 106 Pearl St.. Council Bluffs.
ACREAGE FOR 9 A LB.
tO ACRES, Center 8t., Omaha, ou (table
for garden or poultry farm; email Im
provements. IS acres partly cleared and
part In cultivation; running water; high,
' sightly location for auburban home; $250
per acra. Alva Smith, Council Bluffs, la.
FOR INCOME OR INVESTMENT.
I offer the best close In proposition on
the market; two cottages, just south
and across the street from All Saint'
church. Phone Douglas 6M.
FOR casa of Blats beer tel. Doug. 1061.
DUNDEE LOT, SIGHTLY location;
prloe Is right. Fell & Plnkerton Co., 213
Board of Trade Bldg.
IOWA and NEBRASKA farms. Graham
at Peters. 827 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
FIVE ROOM modern cottage with full
cellar and attic. Paved street, very desir
able lot; on terma like rent. Barlght, IStli
and Douglas St., State Bldg. St Loan
A Five Acre Snap
A 6-ACRE SNAP IN BENSON, I blocks
from paved street (Military Ave.), 4
blocks from street car. Haa one acre
fine fruit trees of various kinds, I years
old; large amount of small fruits; has 6
room house .electric lights, cistern and
well; place la all fenced; fine spring of
running water. Price. $5,200. Would trade
for cottage and take nitge. buck for dif
J. H. Sherwood
1517 City National Bank.
GOOD COTTAGE AND FOUR LOTS.
$1.24), JJU) cash, balance like rent; if you
pav rent you can't afford to not see this;
our rent money will pay for it and It Is
an unusually good place for the money;
location convenient to Omaha car and
city school; good high lots on corner;
plenty of large shade trees and small
lam. McOce. Real Estate Co., 105 Pearl
tit.. Council Bluffs.
FARM Jt RANCH LAND FOR. SALE.
$15 TO $35 AN ACRE land I offer will
double in value next three years; rents
better than 10 per cent. E. E. Secor,
FARM I-ANDS Why llva where you
roam to death in summer and trexe in
Winter. Come to Mobile for level clay
subsoil lands at from ten to twentny dol
lars per acre Write C. C. Mechem, Mo
3,000 Acres California Land
on So. Pacific railroad, Sacramento val
ley, surveyed Into 30-acre tracts; will
grow oranges, nuts, figs, ALFALFA, any
fruit, berry or vegetable. Plenty of good
water for Irrigation by pumping. Elec
tric power oa tract. To sell as whole
Or would consider
Proposition to colonise from
a financially responsible firm.
Address Y-179, care Omaha Bee.
Persistent Advert sing la the Road to
FARM Jt HACH LAM) FOR IALR
HOMESTF.ADS, cheep lands, ranches,
Improved farms, orchard tracts! Cali
fornia and Oregon; new country: free
booklet. I F. Curtis. Com'r. N. C.
O. Ry Reno. Nev.
CALIFORNIA FRUIT FARMS.
Agents wanted In every town to sell our
contracts, big- commissions, easy to ell;
write at once for full information. Mo
Keevcr A Tucker, 210 S. 14th St.. Omaha.
FREE literature will be sent to anyone
Interested In the Wonderful Sacramento
vnlley. the richest valley In the world.
I'nllmlted opportunities. Thousands of
acres available at right prices. The place
for the man wanting a home In the finest
climate on earth. No lands for sale; or
ganised to give reliable Information,
(secretary Sacramento Vnlley Develop
ment Association, Sacramento, Cal.
NEW COUNTRY OPENING.
The Grand Trunk Pacific railroad Is
now closing Its gap across the famous
Fraser valley in CENTRAL BRITISH
COLUMBIA the choicest region of the
richest province In Canada. Hera la
your chance to buy fertile land at open
ing prleea in the great Fort George coun
try. For further Information call, write
B. MEYEL, DISTRICT SALES AGENT.
610 Paxton Fids.. Omaha. Neb.
Phone Douglas 2167; Ind. A-4327.
r I (1 T " tT". TUTT.Dn.n T . -k,t-,cx .
thrown on the market, Alberta, Canada;
ten years' time. Call or write E. 8. Flor,
Oen'l Afft. C. P. It. 440 Board of Tr,lu
Bargain Fruit land. 6S2 Brandels Bldg.
FRUIT land bargains. Tntermountaln
Land Co., 1122 Farnam. 'Phone D. 402a.
Homestead ellnquieh. Cheap. 409 K'baon,
per acre is realized
in net profits per
strawberries in the
Write for my easy
payment plan on a
1 to 5 acre tract.
Xand and location
guaranteed the best.
C. E. GRAY,
St Lucie Gardens and
Citrus Fruit Lands
Located In St. Lucia county, Florida, on
the famous Indian river, between Fort
Pierce and Palm Beach, on main line of
Florida East Coast railway. Seven sta
tions on or near tracts every aero within
one-hair mile to lour miles of station.
Here are finest pineapple plantations and
citrus fruit groves In the state of Florida.
Will aell in tracts of 40 acrea up at $40
per acre one third cash, balance in flvo
years. Drainage ditches and graded
roads being built and will be completed
without cost to land buyers. Upon -payment
of half cash, deed and abstract
showing land clear and free of every in
cumbrance, will be delivered. A clean
cut land proposition that gives a man
real value for his money. To agents who
can produce results we offer very at
Coldren Land Co., 719 New York Ufa
Bldg.. Kansas City. Mo.
Schaaf-McCann Investment Co., J40 S. 13th
- bi., Lincoln, imcd.
COLONT LOCATED IN SOUTH
GEOKIA, 8.000 acres, fins trucking lands
on two - railroads ana navigable river,
good water and health. Titles good.
terms eay. tx. a. cannon, waiycrosa,
THE easiest way to find a buyer for
your farm is to Insert a small want id
in the Des Moines Capital. Largest cir
culation in the state of Iowa. 43.0UO dally,
The Capital is read by and believed in by
the Btandpatters or lowa, wno simply re
fuse to permit any other paper in their
homes. Rates, 1 cent a word a day; $1.26
Der line par month: count six ordinary
words to tno una. Aaaress ut Moines
Capital. Des Moines, la,
126-ACRE Improved farm, with orchard.
I miles N. E. Council Bluffs ass per acre.
if quick. 64 acres, well improved, $125 per
Day & Hess Co.. Sole Agents, Co. Bluffs.
FOR SALE ZS0 acres improved Iowa
, ' J I f 13 fi 17.,.. 11 ' la
SKI 111. VV. aY -.. H, V M ,. V
GOOD 30-ACRE PLACE
Four miles from Council Bluffs, all good
land, moat of It upland valley and very
rich. Haa fine eroD this year in suite of
drouth. IN eat s-room cottage with wen
and cistern water in kitchen; good barn.
6 Here of fine bearing orchard which.
wun a utile care, win pay lor me place
in a lew years, ievei roaa to city ana
school house across the road. A cheap
place at l,auu; l.two can, balance long
M'QEE REAL ESTATE CO..
106 Pearll BL. Council Bluffs.
t Ht.G r or map Mexico, united states,
showing excellent farm lands ask M.
lean Isthmus I.nd Co.. Commerce Bids-.
Kansas City. Mo.
CI.AT COUNTY. MINNESOTA Level
lands finest soli, perfect drainage, close
10 guoa luwns. i rices sau ana upward.
Best purchase on market today for home
or investment, write for run particulars.
tt.MJLdi,r INVESTMENT CO.,
P. O. Box , Omaha. Neb
SEND for list beautiful Oxajrks stock
and grain farms, all sixes. $6 to $40 an
acre; no mosquitoes or malaria. W. r
carrou. Mountain Urove, Mo.
86,000 acres, center of fruit belt south
west Missouri; Improved and unim
proved; truit, stock raisin k. general farm
ing, $5 sure up. Write today for informs,-
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MVU. ... - WMHHi, awmi, .WW,
FARM A RAXCIt I.AMJ FOR HALE
13VACRE improved farm: W acres In
cultivation; sno apple trees; running.
water; Moom house: barn; other out
buildings; 2 miles from railroad town;
on public road; mall service; telephone.
$3,600. $1,500 cash. Address, T 177. car
STOP! Listen! Forty acres timber
land, $.TS0. Terms, other farms. Mc
Urath, Mountain View, Mo.
WANTED 50 Nebraska ranches and
farms for Iowa customers. Alleshouse as
Co., Council Bluffs, la.
90 acres valley land, 24 miles of good
town; handy to school, etc.; slight Im
provement; 6-r. house, barn for 4 head;
good well, etc; good sandy eoam soil;
with proper care this farm can be made
a garden spot. All can be cultivated;
price $H0 per acre; easy terms; $1.M0 cash
by March 1, balance 5 years, per cent.
80 acres upland', slight Improvements,
6-r. house, barn 40x44, corncrlb, granary,
chicken house, good well; 60 acrea under
cultivation, l'i miles of good town, H
mile to school. Only $65 per acre. $3,000
cash, balance S years.
122 acres, few thousand dollars' worth
of Improvements, a home-like place; good
location, mainly Germans, 14 miles of
Omaha, mostly macadam; good value for
the money, $130 per acre; $1,000 cash by
March 1, balance 6 years, per cent.
80 acres, well Improved, good orchard,
etc.; Al location, 34 miles to good town;
extra good black soli, $126 per acre; $3,000
by March 1, balance t years, 6 per cent.
40 acrea, ideal, unimproved, on ma
This is just a Blight list. Have an extra,
good bargain, but too modeat to put it
In print. It will take $6,000 to handle.
Coma on and let us show you. Bring
Every one within lesa than 25 miles.
Orin S. Merill Company,
1215-14 City Nat'l Bldg.
100 CUSTER CO. farms Just on market,
$15 up; easy terms. Walker Co., 342 Bran
NEBRASKA and Oregon land, $8 up.
894 Brandels Bldg.
HOMESTEAD 320 acrea for $176; about
20 miles out; rich farm land, not sand.
Was an old entry, now cancelled. Worth
$2,000. J. A. Tracy, Kimball, Neb.
GOOD Nebraska land, $10 up. 3. N,
Sweet. 829 Neville.
IMPROVED Nebraska farms, $8 an acre
up. Writ or call for our list. Woodward,
714 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
100-ACRE farm near Benson for sale.
cheap. Owner haa Incurable sickness, la-
quire room 604, Brown block.
Kast n Neb. land. $75. 894 Brandels Bldg.
BURT COUNTY IMPROVED 160 ACRES
House, 4 rooms; bam. 8 horses, granary,
hog house, sheds, windmill. 140 acres cul
tivated. 20 pasture: noth Craig. $82.50 per
acre. J. A. Gibbons, owner, Elkhorn, Neb.
COLONIZATION AND RANCH LANDS
YOU WANT THIS
.000 acrea New Mexico ranch; 30,000 acres
can be irrigated; $3.00. Terms. Kellogg,
Broker, Audubon, la.
FARM for profit in eastern North Caro
lina, the nation's garden spot. Leads other
localities for vegetables, fruits, staple
farming, small capital. Homeseekers a-nd
Investors write Carolina Trucking De
velopment Co., 824 So. Bldg., Wilming
ton. N. C
OKLAHOMA FARM LANDS.
Do you want a good farm in the rich
est farming county In eastern Oklahoma,
near Muskogee? f ive ra.iroaas, close to
markets and schools; good water, p.enty
of rainfall, mild winters, deep black soil;
these farms produce fine crops of corn,
wheat, otitis, alfalfa, cotton and all kinds
of fruit; these lands are being rapidly
bouuht up: 10.000 acres to select from;
prices range from $ to $A5 per acre. It
interested write for lists, or, better, com
and see for yourself. Best of terms.
J. W. OOWDY, Muskogee, uki.
ACRES farming land. Craig county.
Oklahoma; Improved; 4 springs; deep soil,
lays fine; near market; $25.00 per acre;
best terms. J. W. Gowdy, Muskoget,, OWL.
$2.50 PER ACRE.
A BARGAIN 160 acres Oklahoma Pins
and Oak Timber land; 3 miles from R.
R. town. .ranch and fruit land: in pros
pective .oil territory; No trades. Price
$2.50 per acre, cash. Ringlands, McAlester,
Free Trip to Oregon
w e want you to see - this wonderful
country. The home of the "Oregon Ap
ple." Ten acrea of good Oregon apple
orchard will net more returns yearly than
Itw acres oi your Dest larm land.
QAVTT1M ITT? TT 1 T rT.Tr.MV TKTr.
George E. Wightrnan, Oen. Sales "iifgr.
Aaaress or can. baniora Hotel, or pnone.
. Santa Dakota.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
180 acres. Improved, six miles from Win
ner, Tripp county. South Dakota, Ad
dress George Koch, Dexter, Is,
I will assist soldiers arid their widows.
who desire to register for a farm in tin
Rosebud land opening. Inclose self
addressed envelope for reply. Walter B.
Montgomery, Gregory, 8. D.
HOMESTEAD lands In the famous
Rosebud eoutry of South Dakota. Mel-
lette and Bennett counties to be opened
October 3 to October 2L Dallas Is the
terminal registration point and closest
point of registration to these lands. Free
booklet and information by addressing
Greater Dallas Committee, Dallas. 8. L.
AUTHENTIC map of that portion open
for settlement next month. Maps. 50o
each. On sale at Beaton Drug Co. or L.
McConnell, b-0 Paxton Blk., Omaha.
FORTY deeded homesteads must go In
sixty days; crop failure; ' settlers sacri
ficing lands Investors' opportunity to
double money. Write P. B. Kosunberger,
Mobridge, o. D. .
TIVE acre orange orchards $1,000.00.
$100.00 cash, balance terms. Bearing or
chard, four years Send for booklot, Me
lado Land Co., Audubon, la.
LAND OPENING Over luO.OOO acres
thrown open to the public for settlement
in Texas; l W to Sb.oo per acre; title di
rect from atate; terms one-fortieth down;
balance forty years. Address Box 225,
1.200 ACRES' fertile land iear West
Texas prosperous county seat; ttOO acrea
cotton; five tenant houses: 10-room
dwelling; plenty water; HOO-acre stock
farm paaturea; 200 sores (river front) can
be Irrigated; cut In two by public road;
sell separately. Mat Francis, Anson, Tex.
FOR SALE Three sections of agricul
tural land in Ward county. Texas, for
$16,0u0. Cheapest land i-1 Texas. Send
for description. H. P. N. Gammel, Aus
Make Men Rich
"Buy real estate in small but grdw
Ins towns," was the wise advice of
one of America's wisest statesmen.
Murray. Utah, twenty minutes from
Salt Lake City by trolley; three
transcontinental railways, more than
half a dozen buiness factories, means
an opportunity for YOU. Write to
day to the Secretary "
THE MURRAY COMMER
, CIAL CLUB,
FARM Jt HANOI LAND FOR "tl.B
FRF.E lrr;ated farms under Carer act
In Pahvant Valley, Utah, finest IrriRated
land In the world. I-snrlx return $ld) per
acre from alfalfa, $40 from wheat, $40
from oats; fruits of nil kinds grow to
perfection; good schools: churches of all
denominations: on a great trunk Ikie of
railway four hours" ride from Salt I-ako
City; In midst of best settled part of
state. Write National Savings & Trust
Co.. Salt Lake City. Utah.
WRITE TO WILLIAMS PROS.. Real
Estate, Murray, Utah, for full, complete,
reliable Information concerning this city.
Busy factories, farm lands, town lots that
may be bouirht for less than their value,
ARE A FEW OF THE OPPORTUN
IT1E WE CAN TELL YOU OF. Write
Do you want a 830-acra
where no residence Is required under the
new enlarged homestead act, cultivation
constituting residence. Ws need about
fifteen tieople to complete party leaving
Omaha, September 30. The land Is In the
famous artesian belt of the fcjcalante
valley, Utah, and sub-Irrigated land. Kef.
erences: Any United States land office
and prominent Omaha men who have
taken up land In this locality. A lino
Investment or home for anyone and all
for lesa than the price of a city lot. Call
on or address R. P. Anderson, 959 Omaha
National bank building.
AFTER SEARCHING FOR
I found an Ideal place for orchard home
and Inveetme-nt. Oolng there soon. Want
to talk to other tired brain workers, who
demand maximum returns for minimum
Investment and effort. Nearest perfect
climate, frostless winters, cool summers.
None more healthful. Progressive com
munity, intense co-operative spirit.
near large city. Orchards developed ror
those buying now, at actual cost, about
$160 an acre. Including lamd. Returns $300
to $T.O0 a.n acre. Write me for appoint
ment. No Importunity. One hundred
Omaha references. Address J 327, Bee.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St.
Net to the investor on our care
fully selected farm mortgages
on Improved Nebraska farms.
Kloke Investment Co., Omaha.
OMAHA Property and Nebraska Lands.
O'KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 New Omaha Nat'l Bank Building.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Inv. Co,
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
CITT and farm. JOHN N. FRENZER.
MONEY to loan on business or residence
properties, $1.0U0 to $300,000. W. H.
THOMAS, 603 First Nat Bank Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sts.
LOW RATES, BEMIS-CARLBEROCO.,
310-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
WANTED FARM KiOANS. Kloke In
vestment Company, Omaha,
5Rr flj Ok on clty and ,arm Property.
04 O n O w, B Meikie, a Ramge.
JTRST TRUST CO. S
LARGE city leans wanted; moitgatjos
& bonds bought and sold. S'l'ULL blios.
d RVIN BROS Loan". 500 0 $100,-U--ti.LV
V in -OXVWO qo jj Qm Na Bd
6 per cent to 8 per cent.
PRIVATE MONEY NO DELAY.
354 -Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 952.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
WEEKS WANTS TO SEE YOU! '
Three sections of Eastern Colorado land
must be sold this month. Will sell part
or all. Will exchange.
E. E. WiEKS. 618 Bee Bldg.
135) 480 ACRES fine soli, Dawson County,
Neb.. 100 acrea In cultivation. Now look
at price, only SJO. Stop and think. Here's
tine land worth double on any easy
terms, close to $100 land. Owner would
take Omaha property in exchange.
(38) HARDWARE, harness and furni
ture stock, $4.0u0; also large , residence
and store building lor in tnriving
town on the High Line. Will take land,
but must be even deal.
(401 120-ACRE farm In Michigan.' near
Battle Creek; a good one and only $60
per acre, and wants a iNeurttsKa xarm.
Prefer Antelope County or Pierce. Sub
mit what you have.
(42) $5,000 GENERAL store and residence
on main line of U. P. railway; all good,
clean stuff- and clear, for land. Just the
thing for the right party.
(43) $10,0u0 meat market and grocery busi
ness in a good Iowa town. This In
cludes business and residence. Wants
Nebraska farm for a home. You should
certainly look this up. It's good.
I44 STOCK of hardware, harness and
furniture, together with building, in all
about $10,600; located in good town in
Pennington County, 8. ,D. A good, clean
business, only 3 years old. Wants a good
farm In Nebraska.
(47) 160-ACRE farm 6 miles due north- of
I'lalnview, iNeu. ; an in cultivation;
level. Improved. Only $00 per acre. In
cumbrance, $3,200. Owner could handle
good renldence In south Umana. u uil
descrlution upon application.
(48) ltiO-ACRE farm 2 miles from Beaver
City, Neb., well Improved and all cul
tivated; owner lives on farm and wants
to sell or will take A No. 1 merchandise
stock. This is desirable. Price $b0.
(4U) FEED BARN, located In Grand
Island. Neb.: barn Sxlo2, situated on
trackage of U. P. railway and is fitted
with electric, lights and city water. Will
stable 100 head of horses without doub
ling. Price. $12,000, clear. Will trade for
land or other property.
J. A. ABBOTT. REAL ESTATE.
806 BRAND KltS BLDG., OMAHA, NEB
FOR 8ALE OR EXCHANGE BY OWNER
80 acres: California. Ban Diego county:
$1,650; clear, for income. 100 acres Minne
sota. Hubbard county; $:t,000 clear, for
merchandise. lbO acres Colorado. Crow
creek-or Bhallow Water district, all plow
land. 110 acres in wheat; new buildings
good water; well fenced; $0,400 clear, for
good income. wi acre towa stocx farm,
one of the best cheap farms In the state.
Price. $57.50 per acre; mortgage. $10,000.
5 per cent, 1914. Describe your prop
erty tuny in ursi leiier. j
C. E. Hampton, owner, Mt. Pleasant, la.
CVV, U ... Dvu sua ...
lands In Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Mis
souri and Dakota, to exchange for stocks.
UIOrUIIKIIUIBO, liaiun.iv, tiiiytcttcu,., 1 "
nlture or Income property In any loca-
nothing but equitable deals. Give full
Information what you have and want.
P. O. Box 336, Omaha, Neb.
I HANDLE exchanges everywhere. For
results see me. Dean. 017 Bee. Bldg. D. 131.1
cui-'Tl.AK'n nonles for sale ar .t.hfln,.
for vacant lots. A 319. Bee.
TRADES If you have anything to trade,
write me. S. E. Wait, 617 Be Bldg.
EXCHANf.ES A. C. Jewell, Board of
Trade. D. Iu37.
WE exchange properties of merit. C. W.
Welsh. 812-13 O. N. B. Bide. Doug. 7S65.
EXCHANGE for what you want. Shopen
tt Co., Exchange Experts, Paxton Blk.
SEE J. L. Barber to sell or exchange
anything. 440 Board of Trade. D. 4341.
HALF section of good farm land, i
miles from KimbjUll, Neb. (county seat).
Twenty acres and a town lot In tro onion
belt of Texas. Twenty acrea aad two
town lots in the fig and orange (gulf
coast) belt of Texaa. Two nice quarters
of table land near Juleuburg. Colo. Will
consider a bunch of good horses, good
cattle or clear, earning town property.
Address Box t4. Albion. Neb.
TO TRADE A $1,000 equity in a five
loom houxe, barn and two lots In Oman
lor automobile. J. A. Chambers, Andtr
WILL trade Wilton auto, 6-passenger,
bo-horse tower, for oraana house, vacant
lot or sn alter tar. Roberts, atli Miami.
IrtO-ACRK farm in IJ.icoln county, Colo
rado, for city property. Tel. Doug. MO.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
A good 120-acre 1'lntte county farm,
well Improved; best cf soil; no sand; in
a uood neighborhood, i miles from Genoa.
Neb. Price, $15,0"0. Will take $".,000 or
$.oii0 rash, or clear land or city property
and give time for balance.
One 4-room dwelling house and barn;
larse lot with small orchard. Price,
$Ukw for sale or exchange.
One 8-room dwelling and lot. Price
$8o for sale or exchange.
One of the best resident properties In
Genoa. Fine large frame house, with B
roomu, large basement and conservatory;
modern In every sv; hot water heat
and gas light; large store room and cum
mer kitchen; good barn and other build
ings; large lawn, with shade and orna
mental trees and shrubbery; good bear
ing orchard In best of condition. Price.
$K.0i0. Rental value. $i per month. Can
give possession on short notice or furnish
permanent tenant: will consider unnd
Above properties can be exchanged
separately or top-ether.
Uh.NtA. RKAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
G. F. Rose, Manager. Genoa. Neb. '
Modern 8-room residence In Wal
nut Hill district: large lot. with fruit
and shade; barn; paving all paid.
price $5,000. Mortgage 12,300.
Will trade equity for clear land or
210 S. 17th St. Tyler 1526.
To Evpmvni? , -,, o-,,-.
building. r.ntfn f.i 1 1 ". , l'- lr.n,,Krun.A
$M),000; for anything clear, valued at $77,
OU0; unless you have something of real
io oner uo no. lane up your own
or our time. We have larger and smaller
InnntTIA Tirnn.pti.. n AV,.K.an.,a A ,4.1
I " ' "V. . H VAkll.HtjQ. uvi no.,
Allen of McKey & Poague. Chicago, 111.
Fine, improved farm. 214 acres. In east
ern Kansas, 100 miles southwest of Kan
sas City; two sets of buildings, good
orchards, 240 acres under plow, balance
meaaow ana pasture; Incumbrance, $6,000.
r-rice, iiu per acre. Will trade for Omaha
rental property and assume reasonable
Incumbrance. C 410, Bee.
89 ACRES rhnlca Mlnnunla lont t
trade for home and lot In Omaha.
UAUUMiUKK & NELSON.
490 Brandels Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
CASH paid for books. Crane. 313 S. 14th.
ROOMING HOUSE WANTED.
At once; must be close in; will pay
cash. Address. E 304, Bee.
WANTED TO BUY ROOMING HOUSE.
Am from the country and want house for
cash before Oct. 1. Address D-303. Beo.
WANTED 40 H. P. touring car;
equipped iali make; Chalmers 40 or
Stoddard-Davton preferred. Address Y
183, care Bee.
I PAY cash for judgments, defaulted
and ' otherwise, against Southern Call
fornians. A. C. Toliver, 621 Byrne Bldg.,
Los Angeles, Cal.
WANTED to buy for cash, best 4-room
cottage $1,000 will buy. Address, M 425,
WANTED TO RENT
To lease a seven or eight-room house.
If some one will build me a modern,
conveniently arranged home, handy to
street car line, . rooms good slse, attis
and full elltr, to ba ready for occu
pancy by May 1, 1912, will consider a
proposition for long lease If terms reason
able. Family of three adults. N 321, Bee.
WANTED TO RENT Seven or eight
room house, must be strictly modern and
well located. Phone Harney 6167.
WANTED TO RENT Modern cottage
In Bemis Park district, October 15. Ad
dress U 433. Bee.
SEVEN to 9-room strictly modern house
within two blocks. of Farnam street car
line, 'for family grown people; best of
references furnished; monthly rental not
to exceed $50. Address L 32J, Bee.
WANTED By married. couple, pleasant
room near good boarding place. Ad
dress Y-1V8, Bee.
WANTED Small suite for light house
keeping, located In desirable neighbor
hood. Address Y-1S0, Bee.
WANTED To rent at once, 6-room
modern house; must be in first-class con
dition and close in; good tenant. P 333,
FURNISHED modern suite of rooms,
with bath; must be in refined, first
clana house or apartment; no boarding or
rooming houses need answer. R 334, Bee.
WANTED To rent 4-room house, part
modern, in any part of city. Address
N. 426. Bee.
YOUNG lady, with high school eduoa
liou. wishes a position. C 321, Bee.
- MAN wants position as Janitor; good
references. Address B-320, care Bee.
FIRST class practical nurse can be
engaged at once. Douglas 6194.
HOUSEKEEPER wants position im
mediately, in small family; capable of
taking full charge. A, UuO Bee.
CLERK, thoroughly experienced In gen
eral merchandise. - wants a pomuon.
bpeaks German. Good references. Ad
dress Box 144, Madison, Neb.
SITUATION wanted, by man and wife,
inside or outside work fur man; wife as
experienced cook; out of towa or iu city.
M u30. Bee.
bCHOOL girl, to help take care of
baby 2 years old. 2012 California St.
A FIRST-CLASS colored steward, chef;
the artist formerly at Brandels who made
the Pompclan cafe famous, wishes posi
tion; club, liotcl or first-class cafe;, best
references. Address W, T. Fuller, luia
Farnam, Doutlus 4535.
FOR a dainty dessert use Dalzell's Ice
cream. If Mrs. E. Spersen, 1M18 S. :&th
St.. will come to The Bee office within
three days we will give tier aa order for
a quart brick of -this fine ice cream.
MAN wants position as plumber's
heloer: 2 veara' exoerlnce: in fir rtur r.f
city. K 323, Bee.
MIDDLE aged lady wants situation as
housekeeper. tilS So. 20th.'
STENOGRAPHER with office expert
ence, wants position with chances for
advancement. Small salary to begin with.
Address J332. Bee.
COLLEGE MAN (27) with new type
writer wants permanent position. Can
take dictation, handle correspondence,
billing, no short hand. Five years re
tail experience. References. E. V. Slga
foos, 2211 Douglas St., Omaha, Neb.
WANTED Capable New York advertis
ing woman desires to locate with re
siionslble western firm; forceful writer:
sound plans; knows art, engraving,
printing. Paris fashions, department store
and agency experience. Isabel Jones, So3
West 111th 6t., New York City.
DOCTORS. DENTISTS, MERCHANTS
An expert coll9ctor." usclng typewriter
and polite correspondence methods wants
to collect all your "slow and stagnant
bills", on commission. Will call. Drop
a IViie to E. V. Slgafoos, 2211 Douglas St.,
A CAPABLE energetic woman of ex
perience and ability wants position as
look and housekeeper for club house, or
In widowers family. Csn furnixh best
references. Address Mrs. E. W. 1124 West
ot h M., North Platte, Neb.
WANTED Situation by a middle aged
experienced man. Position as general
farm superintendent accuatomed to op
erating large Illinois farms, understands
modern farm methods of handling stock
of all kinds. Addrees B 33, Bee.
WANTED Place on farm for boy 15
years old. S 335, Bee.
WANTED situation as office assistant
or clerk In office by a fine eniiiun and
rorrexpondeut, gill ede references. B
WANTF.D situation, by a middle sge.i
experienced man, position ss clerk In
hotel, either In citv or country, where
the service of a firxt-rlaM man would
be appreciated. It 3, Hee.
WANTED Situation, by a f Irat-cla
man, position of clerk or assistant In
prominent real estate office. Experience
and references. B 531, Bee.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
Slilp your stock to South Omaha;
save mileage and shrinkage; your
ronaiKntnenta receive prompt and
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION,
Byers Bros. & Co. Strong and responsible
WOOD BROS., 234-3S Exchange Blk.
Great West. Com. Co., Omaha St Denver.
W. R. SMITH & SON just handle sheep.
W. F. DENNY & CO.. 33 Excu. Bid.
TAGG BROS., handle cattle, hogs, sheep.
CLIFTON Com. Co., ZSt Exchange Bldg.
Donahue & Randall Co.. 202 Exch. Bldg.
Clay, Robinson & Co., 200 Exch. Bldg.
Tha Standard Com. Co., 11S Exch. Bldg.
W. R. SMITH & SON just handle sheep.
Interstate Co. Better results. Ship to ua
BURKE-RICKLY CO.. 201 Exch. Bldg.
I E. ROBERTS & CO.. 22 Exch. Bldg.
Allen Dudley & Co., 236-37 Exch. Bldg.
Cox & Jones Com. Co.. a bunch of hustlers.
Ralston St Fonda, live stock com. mer.
Farmers L. 8. Com. Co., 209 Exchange.
Deposit proceeds of shipments In Stock
yards Nat 1. Bank, only bank at yards.
WINN Bros. & Co., Exchange Bldg.
LAVERTY BROS., 138-40 Exch. Bldg.
Faxton-Eckmat Chem.Co., stock, remedies
Martin Bros. St Co., 203-7 Exch. Bldg.
Alex G. Buchanan & Son, 154-10 Ex. Bldg.
OMAHA-THE GRAIN MARKET
WEEKS GRAIN CO., grain merchants;
consignments solicited. 7H3 Brandels,
THE Updike Grain Co. Consignments
carefully handled. Omaha, Neb.
MERRIAM COMMISSION CO. "Ask the
man who has tried us."
Nebraska-Iowa Grain Co. 7S4 Brandels.
CAVERS ELEVATOR CO., wholesale
dealers, grain, hay, chop feed. 731 Bran
Sealed proposals for all works, Including
masonry and cement, carpentry, lathing
and plastering, painting, varnishing, glas
lng, sheet metal and tile roofing, sewers
and plumbing, heating and ventilating,
electric wiring, electric llsht fixtures, dec
orative glass, decoration, window shades,
tables and desks, chairs, for the Car
negie Library building, according to the
plans and specifications prepared by Pat
ion it Miller ot Chicago, architects, will
be received by the building committee
of the Wayne (Nebraska) Public Library
on or before 12 o'clock, noon, on the 16th
day of October, lull. All sealed pro
posals ahull be deposited in the Iron dux
for that purpose In the Citizens Na
tional bank, Wayne, Nebraska, in en
velopes marked on outnide "Proposals
for Library Building." Plans and speci
fications may be examined at the stoia
of J. J. Ahern, Wayne, Nebraska, chair
man of the building committee. Bidders
must qualify to the satisfaction of the
building committee, both as to financial
responsibility and capability of efficient
execution ot the work;- must furnish In
formation with bid on thesa and other
subjects as required by the conditions
and Instructions to bidders accompany
ing Buid specifications and In nil respects
comply with the requirements therein
contained. Bids to be In form specified
with alternate and unit prices as re
quired. The bidder to whom the contract is
awarded must furnish a bond for 60
(fifty) per cent of the contract price; all
bids must be accompanied by a certified
check for two and one-half (2Vs) ptr
centum of the bid, all aa provided muro
particularly In said conditions. Contract
will be made subject to all the provi
sions of said conditions. Any other in
formation desired will be furnished ry
the architects. The building committee
reserve the right to reject any or all
bids and to accept such bids aa may be
Dated at Wayne, Nebraska. Septem
ber 15. 1911.
The Board of Library Trustees of ths
Wayne (Nebraska) Publio Library.
G. J. GREEN, President.
Attest: T. B. Heckert, Secretary.
BIDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF REIN
Notice is hereby given that sealed bids
will be received by the mayor and city
council of the city of Beatrice, Nebraska,
until 4 o'clock p. m., September 28, .lll,
for the furnifhlng of the material and
the construction of a reinforced con
crete reservoir to be located on lots 10,
11 and 12, block 4, Dwyer's addition to
the city of Beatrice, as per plans and
specifications now on file in the office of
the city clerk. Accorditig to the esti
mates of the supervising enginer, said
estimate Is Jii.oOO.OO.
All of said work to be done complete
In accordance with the plans, specifica
tions and profile made by the super
vising engineer, now on file In the office
of the city clerk.
Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check in the sum of pwO.OO upon
a local bank, payable to the city of Bea
trice as forfeit money in the event that
the bidder shnll fall to enter into con
tract, with bond Elfe'iied by good and suf
ficient securities, to be approved by the
mayor within ten days after notice of
award to ti 1 ill.
Bids to be made on blanks furnished
by the city clei k.
The right Is reserved to reject any and
By order of the mayor snd council of
said city. S. Q- FREE,
613-dUt C'ity cierk.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
UNION STATION Tenth Mason.
fan Fran. Overl'd L.. a 9:46 am a 7:40 pm
China Ht Japan F. M .a 4:06 pin a 6:45 pm
Atlantic Express a 6:4i am
Oregon Express all:35pm a 6:10 pin
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Denver Special a 7:04 am a 7. 27 um
Centen'al State Sp'c'l.ail :30 pm al2.2T.an:
Colorado Express a 3.30 pm u4:."j0pm
Oregon-Wash. Lim't'd.al2:u0 pm a$:20pm
North Platte Local. ...a 8:15 am a 4 46 pm
Grand Island Local. ...a 6:30 pm al0:30am
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Chicago, Milwnak.ee A. St. Paul
Overland limited. ....a 7:60 pm :12am
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Perry Local a 6 Warn 11:00pm
Colorado Express a 6:00 pm $--P"
Colorado Special a 7:42 am 6:50 am
perry Local b 6:16 pru 12:05 pin
Omaha-St. Louis Ex. ..a 6:30 pm a (.15 am
Mail and Express a 7:02am all:15pni
Stanb'y L. (from C. B.)b 6 00 pm blO.liam
K C. & St. L. Ex. ...a 9:20 am a 7:40 am
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Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific
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CnicsHo Express ....a 410pm a 1:10pm
Des Moines Local P. .a 4.27 pm al2:12 pn.
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Okl. (L Tex. Express. .a 6:00 pm all:46aiu
Chi. -Neb. Ltd , l.in ln a 6:Mi pin
Rocky Mountain Ltd. .al0:45 pm al2:3uam
Illinois t eutral ,
Chicago Ex press a 7:0ft am a $ 4f pm
Chicago Limited a;00pm as.uOajn
RAILWAY TIME CARD
(hi cairo A rlh estern
Minn. -St. Paul Ex . .. .b 7 : am
Minn. -St. Paul L't'd. . a 00 pm
Twin City F.xprens. ...a 7. .' am
Sioux Citv lxal a S:4.r. pm
Minn. Dakota ex. .a 7 :io pm
Twin City Limited. .a 8:45 pm
Carroll Local ii:iim
Daylight Chicago ....a 7:40am
ChiraKo Local al2:0)pm
Colorado-ChicHgo ....a 6:10 pm
Chicago Special a:2pm
Pac. Con-t-Chlra(ro...a :3.1 pm
lx) Angeles Limited. a 8 50 pin
Overland Limited ....a 7:.r5 pm
Carroll Local ilapm
Kast Mall a 8:30 pm
Cedar Rapids Sioux
Centennial State Um. 12:40 am
Im Pine ..a 8:00 am
Norfolk-Dallas a 8:00 am
Long PIne-Llnooln ...a2:lfipm
Hastings-Superior ....b 2:16 pm
Dead wood-Hot Sp'gs..a 8:.V pm
Casper-Lander a 3 W pm
Fremont-Albion b 6:30 pm
Chlcaa-o Cireat Wratern
Chicago Limited a 8:W pm
Twin City Limited. .. .a 8 .TS pm
Twin City Express. ...a 8:00 am
a 8 00 am
a 3:28 ni
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all on pm
b 1:55 pm
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a 3:45 pm
Local Passenger a 6:16 pm
Hnrllngton Station Tenth A Mason.
Denver St California. .a 4:10 pm
Puget Sound Express. .a 4-10 pm
Nebraska points aS:20am
Black Hills a 4:10 pm
Lincoln Mail b 1:20 pm
Northwest Express. .. .all:35 pm
Nebraska points a 8:20 am
Nebraska Express a 9:15 am
a 3:45 pm
a 3:45 pm
a 6:10 pm
a 3:45 pm
. a 7:00 am
a 6:10 pm
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Schuyler-Plattsmouth b 3:06 pm
Plattsmouth-lowa ....a 9:18 am
Chicago Special a 7:15 am
Denver Special all:36piii
Chicago Express a 4:20 pm
Chicago Fast Express a 6:30 pm
Iowa Local ..a 9:15 am
Creston (In.) Local. ...b J:30 pm
St. Louis Express a 4:30 pm
K. C. A St. Joseph. ...al0:45 pm
K. C. & St. Joseph. ...a 9:15 am
K. C. St St. Joseph. ...a 4:30pm
b 8:0S am
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Webster Station JBth and Webster.
b 3:60 pm bll;55 am
Chicafto, St. Pa
1, Minneapolis A
Arrive. l 'epart.
b 2:26 pm bl2:05 pm
a Q-9 .
Hlnux City Express.
Sioux City Pass..
Twin City Pass..
d o: am
otcbopm D s:io am
(b) daily, except Sunday, (c) Sunday
only, (a) dally.
Lures Young Lad
.Harold Crew, 19-year-old son of J. D.
Crew, grocer and meat dealer at 3263
Arbor street, is believed by his relatives
to have eloped with Elizabeth Morgan,
a 22-year-old actress, who recently was
given assistance in Omaha when she
came- here, almost penniless. Marriage
License Clerk Furay and the count
clerk at Council Bluffs were notified to
refuse the pair a license, but they did
not appear to ask one.
The father says his son Is infatuated
with the girl.
OLD MAN REFUSES TO
PLAY SLOT MACHINES
One old man on a Farnam car Friday
night refused to drop his nickel in ths
new fare box, declaring that he had never
played the Blot machine and didn't In
tend to begin In his old age. Though It
is against the rules for conductors to
handle fares, the conductor had to take
his nickel and drop It in the box.
BUCKINGHAM GROWS STRONG
HANDLING HEAVY BAGGAGE
General Baggage Agent John E. Buck
ingham of the Burlington road came over
from Chicago to spend Sunday, with
Omaha relatives and friends. Since re
ceiving his promotion from the position
of assistant general passenger agent.
owing to close application to business,
Mr. Buckingham has built up a bleep
mubcle that would be the envy of a
MITCHELL CORN PALACE NEXT
Annual Exposition Will He Opened
Monday li' Governor
MITCHELL, S D., Sept. 23.-1 Special.)
Next Monday afternoon Mitchell's corn
palace will bo thrown qpen to the public,
tho affair to be touched off tvltfi brief
addresses by Governor Vessey and Mayor
Hitchcock. Ellery's band will urrlvs in
the city Monday morning from tha west,
making a jump from central Oregon and
playing one engagement in route to tha
palace city. The band, Is Jut returning
from a trip abroad to Scotland and
Tho city lias commenced, to fill up with
visitors to the palace, with the usual
large number of side street attractions
and tho venders of binull things to catch
the unwary penny.
The work on the decorations of the
building: was finished tonight, and this
is a day and a half ahead of tlio usual
time. The building Is to be the hand
somest und most attractive of any that
has ever been decorated during the his
tory of the palace.
Fourteen counties have secured all the
space In the building to make their agri
cultural displays this year, and hud there
been more room the number would have
been greater, as a half dozen counties
hud to be denied admission because of
the lack of room to accommodate them
all. The counties to show thtlr agricul
tural products are Turner, Stanley,
Beadle. Hanson, Mlnnclialia. Davi.,un,
.McCook, Aurora, Sanborn, Lyiuun. Spink,
Brookings Agricultural college and Yank
ton.' WOMAN ROBBED OF JEWELS
NEW YORK, Hept. 23. That she was
robbed of $15,000 wurlh of Jewelr? by a
steamship acquaintance In London wu
ths story told by Mrs. H. E. Meyers, a
widow, to customs inspectors on her re
turn to New York on the steamer Celtlo
tonight. In explaining wby she did not
have with her the same amount of
Jewelry she had listed on her departure
for Europe on the Lapland In August.
Mrs. Myers, who still had-left jewelry
appraised at more than $10. said that oa
the trip over she had met aa ingratiat
ing Cuban, who subsequently called upon
her In London with a woman companion
and persuaded her to take a ride In a
cab. While In a remote part of the city,
the pair attacked her and, although she
"fought like a tigress," succeeded In
getting away from her a $1,000 diamond
ring, a diamond heart worth $1,000. other
jewelry and $1,000 In cash.
Scotland Yard detectives are now work
ins oa thfc cas, she said.
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