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' REAL ESTATE
0ITT PROPERTY SOB SALE.
445 Board of Trade Building.
63-DAT BLOOD REMEDY.
Bexten Pharmacy. 12th and Dodge.
! VITAL massage, vital bath. Dr. Anna
'D. .Fisher, 401 Ware block. 309 S. 15th.
J THE SALVATION ARMY, solicits cast
'off clothing; in fact, anything you do not
1 need. We collect, repair and sell at U4
iN. 11th 6t. for coat of collection, to tha
'worthy poor.' Phone Douglas l2i aud
wagons will call.
1 Up-to-Data Beauty parlors. Kathryn
ILane Daly. 113 8. ltith. 2d floor. D. 2127.
MassageMrs. Rlttenhouse. 308 Boston Bid
i Allen of Chicago. . 109 3. XI. 1st tl. D. 7635.
YOUNG women coming to Omaha as
Strangers are Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association - building
at Seventeenth and St Mary's Ave..
Where - thay will be directed to suitable
bearding : places, or otherwise assisted
Look for our uavtlers" aid at the Union
ANNA H. MARKS Far-'
Ham. Davidge Blk. Ant 3i Bed 7o29.
WE RENT and repair ail kinds ol
tng machlnec. Ind. A-l3; Douglas leaf.
..... NEBRASKA CYCLE Ca.
15th and Harney Sts.
K4ASsSA(rF. wedisu movement Ap.t
DAin oncuuui uiawav. mil, ouw,
No. 3, The Dunsany, 10th & Pierce. D. 4380.
. C.Jlnk n
M ASSAflE Expert.' ueatmeau Mrs.
Mechano-Theraphy-i22-Sai NevUle Blk.
MAfr"NTRTTrtrtme,lt- E- Brott no
ltth. 2d floor. D. 6S2&
SHAMPOOING, scalp treatment mani
cure, massage; at your home; work
guaranteed. - Doug. 3023. - .-
Alien of 'Chicago. 109 S. IT St. 1st. fl. D.7665.
Af AflPlTrnt1""1"- K. Brott 710
SHOWER hatha, 208 So. 13th tit. Rm.
SAn tU)r and Sunday. ..
' TOOTRY FET STOCK
:y- " ' -- MONTHLY PAYMENTS '
' This beautiful home is in Al '
fr 'tiLrJ?g condition. Original cost '1 f11 : '
: . about $13,5(X).00. Must KTr
rI- 1 ; Must seU quick. Owner W
. 4 leavinscity- ! fmMr
vVfV - ' 'r5 , lfe ,.i,i,,i n k.n tJ
-ip-KF1?W Pfe? BARGAIN Jfv .r 1
' flpEl ' h" ilffPr Plty f CIoMt,, 1 Store j "-V.
M' I hA4 II ffWVirl- Eoom, Upstairs living j-f . '"SSJSjil -
m- L ifpTT JfkJt fe-"-if:Il B,m, Dining Room, E. jfr'(..., -ff J
- -fe Stsk -' J K'tWj VI f- -It ception Hall, Kitchen, Ee- l?H"JiSL' C-5 .'.'- VT.-" '
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CITY PROPERTY FOR SALH
REAL ESTATE LOAXS
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith ft Co.. 1320 Farnam St.
a in CITY LOANS. Bemls-Carlberg
u 1 Co. 810-812 Brandels Theater Bldg.
OMAHA property and Nebraska lands,
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 New Omaha Nat l Bank Building.
LARGE loans our speciality, Stull Bros.
T f A kTU All., n.Ana.U I
ujn i o anil niu i.,.jr tjt .
H. IVuniont Son. 1602 Farnam St.
tlOO to 110,000 . made promptly. F. D.
Weait Wewl Blrl., ISth and Farnam.
MONEY to loan on business or rest.
dence properties. 81,000 to 8600.000. W. H,
THOMAS. 503 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
WANTK1 City loans. Peters Trust Co.
Wanted farm loans. Kloke Inv. Co., Oma.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
ISW.n lju. ul m Ir rrt kjililn Hnn ha K.vi
mileage and shrinkage. .Tour consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion. Live Mock Commission Merchants.
Byers Bros. & Co. Strong and responsible.
WOOD BROS.. -234-3 Exchange Bldg.
Great West. Com. Co., Omaha tt Denver.
Clay, Robinson & Co., 200 Exchange Bldg.
CLIFTON Com. Co., 322 Exchange Bldg.
Martin BiOs. fc Co.. Exch. Bldg.
TAGG BROd., handle cattle, hogs, sheep.
WANTED TO BUY
WE BUY anything In store and office
fixtures. Omaha Fixture and Supply
Co., 12th and Howard. Douglas 2724.
Highest price paid for men's cast-off
ciotning. o;i to. ioi.il. uuum
Best prices old clothes A shoea Web. 514"
WANTED Second hand platform scale,
In good condition, weighing not less than
1.200 pounds. Address M 412, Bee.
WAJfTED TO REXT
WANTED TO RENT Six-room house
or apartment, modern, near Brownell Halt
Address, box 818, Stiver Creek, Neb.
The Persietent ' and Judiemus Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
I CITY PROPERTY TOR A T.H ' I citv DiinpriiTT vna IkIR I riTV PBOPF.BTV TOn A1.H I
a Chicken, but-
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE
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P. TUKEY & SON
WANTED TO BORROW
First Mortgage for Sale
first mortgage on new buildings
r. uuufc lur iiuiiiva i tv
V securities in the world.
These securities have been our spe
cialty for, 12 years without the loss of
a dollar to ourselves or Investors.
. A list of mortgages. 1300 up to 82.500
mailed on request with highest references.
American Security Company
30 80. 17th St
Gin uu., . no.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
TO EXCH AN GE Good smooth land and
new well rented town property for stock
of general merchandise well located in
eastern Kansas. Nebraska or western
Iowa; can uso large stock and might put
in some cash if stuff is good enough;
give full details In first wttar. Aaarees
Box L, betnert coio.
FOR EXCHANGE Want Southern
California property for good, - dear
Omaha. Address 114 West 42d U Los
A Franklin 6-Dassenger automobile.
Model D. in splendid condition, will ex
change for quarter section of western
Nebraska, Colorado or Dakota land.
Have another reason tor selling.
BYRON K. HASTINGS, 1614 liarney Bt
ABSTRACTS Of Tll'LIfi.
Reed Abstract Co., oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska. 808 Brandels Theater.
Ideal Cement Co., 17th and Cuming Sts,
Fuchs, Son A Blind, painting, decorating.
H. Gross, lum. wreck. g. plb. 21 4s Paul.
ACREAGE FOK SALE.
ACREAGE BARGAINS near Omaha.
Orln S. Merrill. 1218 City Nat Bank Bldg.
Two blocks of car line; all fine, rich
soli zarden land, suitable for any pur
pose. This is almost In Council Bluffs;
land around It is being improved with
large greenhouses, etc. It will make you
a good honest living and good investment
comhlnett. rnce. iz.wu. .
M GEE Rfc.U, ESTATE CO..
jot Paul St. Council. Bluffs
OMAHA, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1912.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALH
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CORNER VIEW BHOWiNU OARAGE
Open Sunday 3 to 5 P. M.
Here Is a genuine bargain: just com
pleted by owner. At 30th and 81st on
Webster St., beautiful, large elm shade
trees, lot 55x160 to alley; nice terraced
yard, nicely sodded; cement walks in
front and around house; bouse has 8
bedrooms on second floor, with bath;
beautiful colonial electric and gas fix
tures first floor; has largt iivlng room,
12x24, with beamed -celtngs, flreplao.,
built-in bookcases. Dining room 14x17.
'.earned cellng, paneled walls, built-in
buffet and china closet, oak finish in
Iivlng room and dining room; oak floors
throughout - entire ' house; nice large
kitchen and pantry, full cemented base
ment. Price 84,0008800 cash, balance
monthly. Phone Webster 8820.
' A. H. Olmstead,
8-ROOM cottage, south front: large
shade trees, extra large dining rooru;
city and well water1, price 82,000. Phone
owner, weoster 7u.
HERE IS A
8280 buys a Mxl28-foot tot net far trots
ear line. Lot fronts south on Lucas be
tween Clark and Burnham; uescrlbed as
eft of lot 10. block Phone Webster
8&A ar address G. R. W.. Bee.
Houses to Move
Several houses in the north part of
One 8-room. 8100.
One 8-room, $126.
One 6-roora, 842$.
One 8-room, 8400.
This Includes foundation.
HASTINGS & HEYDBN, 1614 Farnam St.
For Sale or Rent
Fine home at 8920 No. 26th St, modern
except furnace, . has 2 bedrooms, parlor,
dining, kitchen and cellar, fine lawn, lot
80x120. Call and see it at once. For price
eall Tyler 1299 . or see owner,, Joseph
Cepuras, U2S. Bo. u Bt. .
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE
Telephone Douglas 2181.
I will tell my beautiful residence at
1920 Spencer street at an extremely low
figure if sold within the next fifteen days.
The house was built less than three years
ago by day labor and not contract work:
contains 4 rooms on first and second
floors, all finished In golden oak, tiled
bath room, beautifully arranged den on
third floor, with extra sleeping room.
This should be seen to be appreciated.
Will sell for 81,000 down, balance same as
rent. Address Owner, 2812 Manderson
street, or telephone Webster 6821.
TO BUY, SELL OR RENT. FIRST SEB
John w. bobbins, im farnam sr.
with 10 lots, 4th Ave and 26th St, Council
Bluffs. This Is a good house, the lots
are nice and high, all fenced, plenty of
shade and shrubbery and lawn Corral,
chicken houses, eta 82.400; $100 cash,
balance like rent
M'GEE REAL ESTATE CO., 105 Pearl St.
For lease on ground,-- rental basis,
solendld centrally located lot only 6
blocks 16th and Farnam; owners want
to cover interest charges only, win make
liberal proposition. Address H 416, Bee.
FARM RANCH LANDS FOR BALK
BRITISH COLUMBIA lands on GRAND
TRUNK. Frank Crawford. 203 Cotton
Bldg.. Vancouver or Omaha.
, , Georgia.
! GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
' Traversed by the
ATLANTIC. BIRMINGHAM ATLAN
'Lands adapted to the widest range of
crop;. All the money crops of the south
plentifully produced. For literature treat
ing with this coming country, its soil,
climate, church and achooi advantage,
W. B. LEAHT. DEPT. K,
General Passenger Agent
FOR SALE 120 ACRES IRRIGATED
land, three miles from town, for 17,800.
and will take 84.600 cash and will give 7
years on the balance. For Information
Xjrrlte HensyM4pl.es, BlchUelu, Idaho.
for The Bee by
FARM A RANCH LANDS FOR SAI.i.
169 or heavy black loam, level,
fenced and croiw fenced, fairiy Kooi
house, fine big bam, new alio, granary,
corncrlb, poultry house, blacksmith shop,
etc., beautiful trout etream In pasture.
Two and one-half miles from splendid
Chicago Co.. Minn., town to 1.800 popu
lation, 60 miles north of St Paul and
Minneapolis. Price, Including SO head
f stock and full line of farm machinery,
only 50 per acre. $2,000 cash, balance to
suit. For complete description of this
and many other really extraordinary bar
gains, send for our new "Homeseekers'
Guide, No. ."
OO-OPRRATIVE REALTY CO.
S07 Court Block, 8t. Psul. Minn.
8PRINGFIKI.D HAS IT!
We make a specialty In offering for
sale good stock and grain farms. We
get buyer and seller together. Their deal
Is ours. We recommend no'.htn but good
stuff. Our commission Is I and tVt pr
cent Write us for price list and In
formation concerning Springfield and the
Oturk country. Greene Countv Realty
Co., 800 College St., Springfield. Mo.
THF. easiest way to find a buyer for
your farm Is to Insert a erosll want ad
In the Dee Moines Capital. Largest cir
culation In the stats of Iowa, 43.0UO dally.
The Capital la read by and believed la by
the standpatters of Iowa, who (Imply
funs to permit any other paper in their
homes. Rates. 1 cent word a day ; 1.:J
per line per month; oount six ordinary
words to the line. Address Des Uotne
C a nival. Hee Mnlne. la. '
160 acres, one mil . from Oreenleaf,
Washington Co. All good farm mod rr.d
nna iif ihii fwmt Imikrcwprl tarnm in lha
county. Also 160 acres, pasture and mow-
lunu, 10 ne nan on easy wrinn. " jr mr
ther particulars write. R. C McQrew,
RANCHKS-41.000 to $180,0001 Snd for
list. Shonen A Co.. Ranch Dealers.
400 ACRE FARM BARGAIN
Located on the famous Wood Rler
Valley of Nebraska, 1H miles to town;
2M acres cultivated. SO alfalfa. IfiO an
acre, carry half at 8 per cent . Interest
Also the Biggest Bargain In Westorn
Colorado; well improved farm, where you
do not have to wait for rain, Ml acres, 1M
cultivated, splendid valley land, be sura
and ark this especially' if looking for
something good at a bargain. W. W.
Mitchell, 411 Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
40-BUSHIiL WHEAT LAND, 2S TO I3S
We have for sale over 20,000 acres of
Cheyenne county, Nebraska's choicest
farm land, where the crop yields for U
yeare, Including 1910 and 1911. average
with the best In the State. Alfalfa, a1o
a leading crop. Better soil, water and
climate cannot be found. Writs for full
Information. Agents wanted everywhere.
FUNDINOSLAND INVESTMENT CO.,
HOMESTEAD 820 acres rich farm land
at 1175 filing fees and all Not rough or
sandy. J. A. Tracy. Kimball. Neb.
With 43 acres of fruit and alfalfa land.
very close to schools, churches, and street
ears; Rood Income. 8 room house, barns
and other outbuildings, for sale by owner.
no trades; If interested address, J 400, care
' HOMESTEAD locations, deeded . lands
and reunaulshmenta In Butte end Hard
ing counties, a D. Address Box E. 888
AN excellent sec. of well-fenced land
In northern Butte Co., So. Dak.: sandy
loam soil: 8 acres In crop: 80 ml. from IV.
R., T ml. from Inland town; will sell for
jii.w per gore. Add. r z. tiee.
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR STATE
printing Bids will be received by the
Commissioner of Printing at the office
of the Secretary of State at Lincoln,
Nebraska, on or before 5 p. m.. Saturday.
July 13th. 1912. for printing fiflO copies oi
the Report of the Code Commission of the
State of Nebraska. Specifications for
same can be found on file In the office of
the Secretary of State. All bids must be
accompanied by a bond equal In amount
to the probable coat of the work bid
upon. The Commissioner reserves the
right to reject any or all bids. Lincoln.
N'ehm.aka. Julv 8. 1912. H. G. THOMAS,
Deputy Commissioner of Printing. J-5-d-5t
PROPOSALS FOR FORAGE AND
Beddfnr-Chief Quartermaster's Office.
Federal Building. Chicago, Illinois, July
, .1912. Sealed proposals- will be received
here until 11 a. m., August 6, 1812, for
furnishing a nine months' supply of
forage and bedding, commencing October
1, next, at posts In the Central Division,
Information furnished unon annllcatlon,
COL. JNO. 1 CLEM, Chicago Quarter-
V- Jy--9-10-H. A-l-Z.
iJ Dominion Canadian service
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Third Class 8JI.28 83.80
Arrange Bookings with Local Agents
or Company's Office, Chicago, IJI.U-
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Boy is Saved From 7
Mad Dog by Plucky 3
Act of Pet Terries
The reckless courage of a pet rox-ter-rler
saved the life of little 10-year-old-,
Howard Bettge. 2903 Farnam street, when
It heroically attacked a mad dog twice '
Its file, which had viciously bitten his
master about the face and arms.
, The boy was playing In front of his
home when the erased canine appeared
snarling and snapping at everything In
sight. . It saw the lad and before hor
rified neighbors could interfere, it had
torn a deep gash In one cheek and badly.,
lacerated one arm, and waa still hanging.1
dn. The neighbors were too frightened,'
to Interfere, but the fox-terrier was not
lacking In courage, for springing up front
a pillow upon which he had beeijv
sleeplng, he darted like an arrow.:',
straight at the throat of the larger dog.' '
The enemy loosed Ills hold ' from the
chlld and turned its attention toward
his adversary, and in the meantime t he
child reached safety.
The fox-terrier had a death hold on "
the larger animal and would have klllddjf
It had not one of the witnesses interfered, '
allowing the animal to escape.
The Injured boy was hurried to police a
headquarters where Dr. : Vanderhooi-"
cauterized the wounds and took the nec"
essary precautions against hydrophobia
From the actions of the dog,, and tha
wound, it is believed that It was suffer
lng from rabies, and the police are seek"
Ing it. Should the little victim's eondt,
tton warrant, he will be sent. to the Pa1
tuer Institute at Chicago. forareatment'i;;
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