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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1912)
fHE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 1, 1912.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE
CITY PROPKRTY FOR SALE
MUST BE SOLD
$22,500--Magnlfleent, beautiful home. Corner, 100x126 ft. very best of everything
throughout Ask for detailed floor plans and printed description. It win
$17.500-Faclng Hanscom Park, S8Hx243 ft.; 13 rooms; an unusually attractive, well
built, up-to-date, modern, choice, elegant home.
$11000-In Field Club section. A delightful, new, modern, well built, hot water
heat, two baths. Choice.
$U,000-Field Club district east front, bea utiful, well built nearly new, modern,
up-to-date, first class.
$ S,C00-In the Field Club district a dandy, fine, well built, modern, up-to-date, 8-
room house: hot water heat Choice location.
5 7.500-West Harney, a beautful new. tas ty, finely arranged, dandy new modern.
up-to-date house in every particular.
I 5,500 On SOtb. near Mason, very excellent well built, large 11-room house; 70x160
ft. of ground; excellent condition; fine oak floors upstairs and down. Dandy
$ 5,000-On 80th, near Mason, a brand new, fine, well built oak finish, modern, up-to-date,
8 rooms and sleeping porch. Dandy bargain.
J3,S0-Near ISth and Laird; 40x130 ft, with a good 2-story. 6 large rooms.
modern. About Jtwi win nanuie uus. u a umiuu.
$ 4,3D0-Near 16th and Binney. a good 7-room, hot water heated bouse. Blr bar-
$ S, 000 33d, near Arbor; 62x13!, with good 2-story. 6-room modern ho use. Good bar
gain. $ 5,200-49x133 ft, with a brand new, dandy, well built, oak finish, modern bung
f 6.7BOExcellent 10-room house, Hanscom Park district, for 7 or It-room house
with large lot and garage. Pay $3,000 or $4,000 difference.
5 1 500 Near 36th and Leavenworth; 100x140 ft, with a 7-room excellent house,, for
-' or 10-room house with good grou nds and pay some difference.
I 5 750-A dandy new 8-room house, close In. for house and large groundB. Dundee
preferred. Will pay some dlf feren ce.
$13 000-A fine, well located West Farnam residence, 10 rooms, for smaller house,
or take $9,000 In good, first-class land.
$21O0O-Near 21st and Chicago, three excellent well built, 8-roum bricks, rental
$L9o. . Take good residence, $6,000 or 17,000.
135 000-A tine comer. 133x137 ft, with nine brick flats, rental $3,000; one-half of
ground vacant. Will take $8,000 to 10,00u in part payment and time on bal
ance. A dandy proposition.
I 2 50040x127 ft, with a nice, good, mode in 5-room cottage, north side, In exchange
for $ or 7-room house near Field Club or Hanscom Park.
, Phone Douglas 49.
D. V. Sholes Company
813-917 City National Bank Bldg.
, Or.8 cf the wss! kept, e?trt!v pot
tages of the Hanscom Park district on
large grounds, filled with shade trees
and flowering shrubs that have been the
special pride of the owner. The grounds
are 125x150 feet the street Is paved and
completely improved and paid for, and
th property fronts on Hanscom Park,
insuring pleasant surroundings and
fresh air always. The perpetual protec
tion Is invaluable to the home. The re
tiring owner makes a very low price of
$4,200 for quick sale. Can arrange very
We have another house In this district,
just completed, bungalow type, I rooms,
lot 0x168 feet, native shade trees, south
front on fully Improved street for $5,000.
Will make a very pleasant home .
Another of 8 rooms, east front on one
of the best streets in the West Farnam
district, for $6,500.
A new house, just completed, room!,
solarium, open sleeping porch, garage.
No. 11S N. $5th St Open todav-
We have a few choice ( per cent first
mortgagu loans now. These net you (
per eent the borrower pays the taxes
on them. Those on band low range
from $1.0(0 to $3,000.
Harrison & Morton
. Lilian -Natl Bank, Tel. D. $14,'
Two Good "
113 N. 43d Ave., a 7-room, strictly mod
ern house. About two years old. East
front' on lot 30x125 feet. Price $3,250.
601 S. 31st-Nearly new 6-room strictly
modern house. Three rooms downstairs
and three bedrooms and bath up. Oak
finish downstairs. Full brick basement
On the southeast corner of 21st and Jack
ton. We want you to look at this house
and make Us an offer of what It is worth
A small cash payment down and the
balance to" suit purchaser, are the term
on either one of these houses.
A. P.Tukey & Son
144-6 Bd. of Trade Bldg. 'Phone D. 2181.
This Is tn admirable house of 8 rooms.
entirely modern and practically new; lo
cated on Central Boulevard, near Far
nam. The owner must raise a sum of
money at once and has reduced the figure
to $4,750. It means a sale. Why not take
advantage of the opportunity?
In this large and roomy house, with
every convenience except heat. The owner
has spent much more than present price
lit making this a perfect home. Lot Is
large, with abundance of shrubbery; porch
is large and on front and side. A. $5,000
house for $3,500. Two blocks to car.
NORTH 24TH ST.
81x-room modern house, In fine condi
tion and nearly new. A decided bargain
Just south of Hanscom Park, 8-room
modern cottage, almost new and In the
pink of condition. Price $3,000. A fine
Of t rooms and bath, combination fix
tures, cement walks; tot 40x128: south
front, on Brown St., near 29th. $2,600;
only $409 cash required.
Of five rooms, with bath and toilet, gas
snd electric light all newly decorated and
In fine condition. Only a short walk to
poslofflce. Price $2,500 and food terms
can be made.
IN ORCHARD HILL
We offer a good house of 7 rooms, with
full lot, gas In kitchen, fine well. Price
$1,250, on easy terms.
We are offering a mighty good house of
5 room, all modern, with good furnace.'
This house Is as good as new and well
located. Price $2,300. It will only require
$350 In cash, the balance like rent.
. SEE US ABOUT DUNDEE LOTS.
PETERS TRUST CO.
. 1622 FARNAM ST.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
CITY rKOPKHTV FOR SALE.
LOOK THIS LIST OVER
$1,250 Four-room cottage on paved street, with water, sewer, gas and toilet;
rented at $13.
$1,800-Neat 6-room cottage with everything but furnace, full south front lot,
at 33d and Seward Sts. Must sell on account of death.
$2,500 Large 6-room, 2-story house near 3Sth and Hamilton Sts. Nice lot with
shade and fruit
$2,750 Nearly new 5-room cottage, modern, with furnace heat; east front lot on
paved street, one block to Harney car. Owner gone to California.
$3,125-Btggest bargain in BEMIS PARK, a very attractive and well built 6-room
all modern 'home; corner lot; two paved streets; one block to car. Excellent loca
tion and extra value. This is forced sale and forced sale price.
$3,400 Nine rooms, near 40th and Charles Sts., with paving paid. Not new, but
occupied as a home and in good condition; modern; lot 50x150 ft; fine shade. $509
cash will handle.
$3,650-HEMI8 PARK, 3320 Myrtle Ave., full lot; good 6-room house, all modern.
Owner gone to Colorado and this Is reduced price to hurry sale. Terms.
$4,00rO-Eight rooms, modern throughout, with hot water neat; corner lot. 53x140
ft, facing boulevald; high ground; very desirable location and property well
worth $5,000. Terms.
$4,200-2109 Evans St.; a new house, 6 rooms, modern in every way; bungalow
style; fireplace; built for a home by day labor; a good house and a full lot.
$4.000 DUNDEE, nearly new house, 6 rooms, modern, with oak finish first
floor; handy- to cars both way. $500 cash will handle.
$4,5O0-DUNDKE BUNOALOW, 7 rooms, modern throughout, with fireplace,
beamed ceilings, oak finish; fine south front lot; one block to car.
$5,000 NEAR HIGH SCHOOL on Ca4ltol Ave., a fine 7-room modern home,
with lot $6x115 ft, paving all paid; good barn; fine shade.
$5,000 WEST FARNAM, 8 rooms, all modern; corner lot; four bedrooms.
VERY EASY TERMS, or will trade for vacant lot.
$8,600-CREGHTON'S FIRST; A good 7-room ail modern home, four bedrooms,
82d Ave. and Martha St. Can be handled with $750 cash.
JS.BOO-FIELD CLUB, S rooms, modern, hot water heat, oak finish, newly
decorated throughout; east front lot, near 35th and Woolworth Ave. Special rea
son for quick sale.
$S,700 DUNDEE, one of the best arranged houses In Dundee, and the best
value; living room arrangement with fireplace; dining room, complete pantry and
kitchen; three very fine bedrooms and large sleeping porch; large attic and full
basement; south front lot, 50x133 ft., and handy to car lines; paving all paid for,
both streets. Oak and birch woodwork, partly mahongany stained.
$8,2SO-FIELD CLUB, stucco flnlshr built for a home last year; ha living room
with fireplace and beamed ceilings; den; slce dining room with side porch; com
plete kitchen; three nice bedrooms and sleeping porch and a tile bath room; full
attic and basement; high grounds; 65-ft.lot, two blocks to car line. .This house
located right for an Increase In value. v
GLOVER REALTY SYNDICATE
ExMusI ve Acenls. .
1219-22 City National Bank Bid.
Phone Douglas 3963.
Walnut Hill Home
Hot Water Heat
If you want one of the best built.
Strictly all modern homes In the Walnut
Hill district, you will not find anything
better than this one. House, 1514 N. 41st
t, on block north of the Walnut Hill
or Benson ear line.
Has large reception hall, parlor, dining
room and kitchen, all finished In birch
with mahogany stain. One large front
sleeping room the full width of the
house, also two other sleeping rooms and
bath. The entire second story is also
finished In natural birch, with hard wood
floor on the first and second story.
House has been newly decorated through
out with high grade paper. Beet of plumb
Ing throughout and elegant hot water
heating plant Full basement under the
whole house, isast iront ioi on stmm
paved street. Owner will make a very
low price If sold at once. Owner lives
In tlje house, so you can look through
Hastings & Heyden
16H HARNEY ST.
Close-in Corner Lot
Th best bargain we know of In a 6
room, all modern, brand new house.
This house Is' absolutely complete and
ready to occupy, even to shades on the
window. It Is in a nice residence dis
trict, easy walking distance, less than ten
minutes' rid from the business center.
Full two-story house, attractive outside
and In; $6J0 cash will buy it and the bal
ance can b paid In monthly payments.
Norris & Norris
400 Bee Bldg. Doug. 4270.
' Brand New
On Fowler Avenue
Six-room bungalow, strictly modern,
never been occupied, ready to move Into.
Oak finish In parlor,.- den and dining
room, kitchen In yellow pine, dandy
pantry. Two fine sleeping rooms and
very complete bath room upstair. Den
downstair Is large enough to be used
as bedroom. If so desired. Basement Is
full slse, cemented In first-clans shape.
Fox guaranteed furnace, connected to
hot water tank. Coal bins and laundry
sink In basement. Everything connected
with thl house la A No. 1. South front
lot, on pved tret. Fowler Ave. la a
street of very pretty homes. Thl prop
erty 1 convenient to car line, school,
stores, churches, etc. There is an old
aylng that "deelng Is believing." All
we ask Is the opportunity to show you,
o you can see fos yourself; then w feel
assured you will believe this bungalow
to be all we claim for it. Price 1 $3,500
SCOTT & HILL,' ,
Phone Douglas 1009. 307 MoCague Bid.
830 ACRE IMPROVED FARM near
Renkelman, Neb. Owner moving to
Omaha and wants city property; price
$15 an acre. A bargain. .,,
NEARLY NEW MODERN BRICK
FLATS, 4 apartments, prlc $16,000; owner
wants nice little farm about same value.
400 ACRES WESTERN NEBRASKA
farm land, 160 In cultivation; $10,400.
Owner will accept good residence prop
rty FARM AND STOCK RANCH of 1,000
ere on Frenchman river; excellent farm
and alfalfa land; $15,000 for good income
FINE IMPROVED FARM AND STOCK
RANCH ef 1.T60 acre, near Cody, Neb.
Price, $22,000. Owner retiring, will take
good city property.
ONE OF THE BEST small hay and
stock ranches In the state; 72ft acre
finely Improved; cut 400 tons hay; lo
cated near Long Pine. $30 an acre. Want
small farm or Omaha income property.
HALF BLOCK OF GROUND ON
PAVED STREET. Improved: rents $1,600;
room for 6 more cottages; $16,000. Owner
wants good farm for a home, about aame
610 ACRE WELL IMPROVED farm
and took ranch, Garfield county; haa
farm, hay and pasture land. Owner live
on ranch, but wants to move to Omaha.
What have jvou in good Income. Price
Of tbl ranch $12,600 and it I worth It.
W. W. MITCHELL,
414 Be Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
WANT A HOME
A good one at the right price, here are
a few of the many we have to offer you:
$3,S00-Buy a good, all modern home; al
most new, 6-rooms, good location.
$700 down, balance easy terms.
84,250 buys a new, strictly modern home
of 7 rooms, $1,000 down, balance
$5,600-gets another bargain, 7 rooms, all
oak finish, all modern.
$6,700 will get you a 6-room, all mod
ern home, hot water heat, fire
place," beamed ceiling. Just what
you want If you appreciate a good
$5,750 buys another good one, 7 rms,
$6,000-buys a real bungalow, everything
that goes to make up the pieasaut
feature of a bungalow home! are
found in this one, well located
and very desirable.
87,250 buys and 8-room house. Strictly
modern in every way and worth
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT
$7,000 buys and 8-room strictly modern
home, 2 bath rooms, a new brick
and stucco house that will ap
peal to anyone wanting to live In
this location, near new cathedral.
$6,500 buys another new house In this
same district, 7 rooms.
86,000 for a beautiful Btuoco home, 7
rooms, all modern.
$3,2506 room, all on one floor, all. mod
ern, gooa nome it you want to go
WAS $6,000. NOW $5,500.
Here Is a practically new home that
has just been decorated throughout. 7
rooms, ail modern, oak finish, good ce
mented collar. Good garage. You only
need $1,500 to handle this deal.
Call us up and we will show you any
oi tnese ana many more. k
618 City Nat 1. Bank Bldg. Tel. Doug. 2819.
FOR SALS OR EXCIfAVGI.
WANT AN AUTOMOBILE. Wu have
a modern -rooni residence, one h.ock
from car line, four blocks from t -e Field
club; good barn, wa ka, snade tiee-. Tills
is an ideal home and la worch more
money than we are asking. We will ec
cept an auto in the deal at a fair con
siaerat.on, some cash and will make easy
terms on the balance. Investigate this at
pnee. Central Realty Co., 5W Drandeis
A GOOD, well Improved mm neur
Omaha, for sale cheap. Address Sfti N.
lh St Douglas 4147.
TO EXCHANGE FOR OMAHA HOME.
Seventy-one-acre fruit farm, 2hi miles
from court house at Fayettesvtlle. Ark.
(one of the imcortant cltie in the state
on three line of railroad). Improvements;
l!4-story, -room 'nouae in good condition;
14x16 stone cellar covered by frame work
house; good 1-story barn with stalls for
four head; will hold 14 tons of hay; good
chicken house; 2 acre fenced chicken
tight; 10 acres seeded in blue grass and
clover; good well at house; 30 acres In
timber, oak, walnut hickory and the
like: hOK run In timber; enough wood
cut for two years; fuel enough in timber
to last a life time. The 71 acres ienceu
and cross-fenced; 500 apple trees, Jon
athans predominating; 100 peach trees;
soma Dlums: 3 acre in potatoes; 3 acres
In corn; vegetables, shrubs all kinds.
Apple crop sold in orchard this year at
HOc ner bushel, estimated at S.000 bushels.
This land rolls gently from road back
until It strikes the mountains; about two
thirds is In the valley; the most is cov
ered with small red stone, as Is all this
country, which Is part of the richness ot
soil for fruit; six In grade school located
on the land.
Owner' business requires that he live
in , Omaha. If you are Interested ana
have a good home to exchange we will
arrange for you to meet owner, who says
now is the time to sea property.- Price,
DEUEL & HANKINSON,
201 PAXTON BLOCK. DOUGLAS 2S77.
FARM Jk RANCH LANDS FOR SALE
60UTHERN ALABAMA LAND FOR
SALE-Price $4.00 to $8.00 per acre. Lo
cation: Near Grand Bay, Satsuma, Cal
vert and Mobllo on railroad. WHY PAV
BROKERS, $40 to $50 per acre? Buy di
rect, save middle man' profit Address
Y 142, Bee.
Tract from 2 to 200 acres on 31-year
payments; price $35 to $65 an acre; set
tlers can pay off land at any time and
become absolute possessor; abundant
supply of water; climate same as Cali
fornia; lands close to thriving towns with
free schools; government wants settlers.
Write to government agents, Peck-Judah
Co., 687 Market St., San Francisco, for
full particulars as to fares and conces
sions offered to settlers.
GRtDLET Irrigated colony land at $75
to $150 per acre; good land, plenty of
water; .thickly settled district, with good
schools, adjoining town of 2,000. Easy
terms. Write (or illustrated booklet.
Homeseekers' Irrigated Land Co.. Grid
IMPROVED Oklahoma bottom tarm; 43
acres alfalfa; slock and machinery if de
sired. N. F. Cheadle, 627 h. 10th St., Ok
A new apartment house In the business
district, corner lot. 62x110 ft. This is one
of the very best built apartment house
In th city. Pressed brick wall, terra
cotta and atone trimming, hardwood
finish, tiled bathroom for each apart
ment steam heat, refrigeration, vacuum
cleaner, laundry and all modern con
venience. Built in 1910. The lower story
can be changed Into stores If desired
without affecting th apartments above.
An exceptional Investment for any one
who has faith In the future of Omaha.
Certain to become business property
later; good Interest while you wait Full
Information In regard to price. Income
and terms of payment on remiest.
I E Dumont & Son
A REAL home, Hanscom Park district,
few blocks from Field club, 8 rooms, hot
water heat, all modern, with garage,
beautiful lawn and trees, a bargain for
a few days. Tel. Owner, Harney 2769.
Sleeping PorchNice " Lawn
$2,300-J3ood 8-room, modern, steam heat
laundry, lawn, cement walks. 1706 N. 36th
6t 'Phone Owner. Webster 6268. B-1773.
I NED THE CASH!
And will sell my 6-room cottage, 3322
Franklin St. at a price that will make a
12 per cent Investment. Call and I'll
prove it. C. I. W. Smith.
Brand new ii-room bungalow, full ce
mented basement, south front, close to
Car and school, permanent sidewalks,
built in kltoiK-n cabinet, nicely decorated,
$2,30o. Only $luO down and $20 per mo.
JJoug. is3so. 211 Urandeis Theater Bldg.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
'UH &ALit5,UUv stocK of hardware,
furniture and undertaking in the best
town in Boone Co.; will consider some
city property. AlUchuler Hdwe. Co. St
FOR SALE OR TRADE Moat market
In good town. W. Nelson, Vlleta. Kan.
Phone Dougiaa iw,
1603 farnam Hi.
Cheap Vacant Lot
We -offer Lot 18, Block "A," Saunder
& Hlmebaugh' Addition, for $600. This
lot Is located on the north side of Seward
St., at th head of 45th St. Our sign Is on
the lot. Sewer and water In front of th
Stop Paying Rent
$250Cash, $20 Month A. P. Tukey & Son
even-room house with a $70 base
burner, used one winter, thrown In.
House haa oak floors, gaa, sink, city
water; on paved street; fin shade; near
AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANY
(Formerly Bhimer & Chase Co.) " '
301) .S. 17th St. Phone Douglas SS67.
Open Saturday Evenings Until O'clock.
Three bedrooms and bath 2d floor.
Oak finish, furnace heat.
Corner lot on boulevard.
Owner leaving town, must sell.
OSi South 32d Street.
W. H. THOMAS
503 First Natl. Bank Bldg
On $2d Are. we have 100-ft frontage,
V ft .deep, lecant sightly dIilcs with
about fine trees; 8 rooms, all moara L"lVi ChiriJ. 7
house. A big bargain at $6,000; will take . i7 . n "t
V.uju casn. balance to suit
310-312 Brandels Theater
4M-5 Bd. of Trade Bldg. 'Phone D, 2181.
100. Ft. Frontage on No. ?4th
St. Suitable for Stores
$2,500 for 100x60-ft on Mth St near
Ames Ave.; excellent location to erect
small store buildings for Investment pur
poses, where business Is already estab
lished. . , ,
George & Company
Tel. ,D. 756. 902-1S City Nat. Bank Bldg.
37--North of Farnam
8-r., usual rooms, extra bedroom, first
floor; 4-r. upstair, each with clpset;
bath upstairs; HOT WATER HEAT, full
basement, laundry; corner lot paved St.
O'Keefe Real Estate Co.,
1016 Omaha Nat. Bank - Doug. 2153.
Evenings H. 2S42 or H. 5134.
' i BRAND NEW.
6-roora and bath; finest residence dis
trict; $300 cash balance $30 monthly; to
tal price, Kin; oak finish; paved street;
near school and church. Phone Web. 3011
CATHEDRAL district modern 7-roo.n
house, east front shades, storm sash,
paved street Farnam car half block.
Phone Harney 259.
TO BUY, SELL OR RENT, FIRST SEE
WILX W. BOBBINS. Ibu3 FARNAM ST.
balance of $1,400 In payments of 130 per
month on the building and loan plan,
buys 2811 Charles St. a 7-room .cottage;
all on one floor; all In good shape; city
water .sewer and gas, paved street;
everything paid; no mortgage. .
BIRKETT & TEBBENS
423 Bee Bldg. Tel. Doug. 4764
' Store building on 5 year leas with cot
tage in rear. Lease has 3 years mor
to run at $30 a month; paved street with
in one m le of the poatof fice. Owner
leaving city and ha reduced price to
210-312 Brandeia Theater.
5013 Capitol Ave., 6-room, two
story, in excellent repair; first floor
finished In oak floors, beam celling,
fireplace, large coat closet, full ce
mented basement, with furnace heat;
second floor finished in white en
amel, with maple floors; 8 bed rooms
and bath; only half block from car
line; paved street; fine fruit trees.
Owner leaving city reason for selling.
George & Company
&02-12 City National Bank Bldg.
'Phone Doug. 765.
Buys an eight-room heme, all mod
ern, close in; lot 36x132; In first
class condition; barn. House too
large for owner; near High school
and Crelghton university. 2114
J. B. Robinson
.. Douglas 8097. 443 Bee BHt
, Nerth 25thSt.
978 N. 25th St-A trlcly modern dwell
ing. 4 bed rooms and bath on 2d floor,
oak finish, mantle and grate. Large tot,
00x137. all fenced r will take smaller prop
arty as part payment.
S." P. BOSTWICK
'$. l?ifc St.
FOR SALE fbdern seven rooms and
reception hall at $307 Hamilton St.. Bemls
lark. Built for a home, beautiful loca
tion, excellent neighborhood; streets
paved and paid tor: see owner at above
NEW 5-room, all modern house, only
on block from Hanscom Park west side
car line; never been occupied, at a bar
gain, on easy terma This 1 a snap.
Phone owner, Harney 279, and will call
with auto and show property.
SIX rooms, close In; small payment
down, balance as rent. Owner, Har. 4173.
'io exchange for home in Fremont,
Neb., a good Omaha home, S rooms, good
neighborhood, value $2,0C0.
UKUKL &. HANJaUNSON.'
201 Paxton Block. - D, 2877.
TO EXCHANGE For smaller home, a
7-room house: large reception hall; bath;
thoroughly modern; full cement base
ment; furnace heat; lot 50x125; splendid
neignoornooa ana sursoundings; fine
lawn and flowers; price $3,650: will trade
fl.M equity for 6-room cottage In good
neignoornooa; need not be fully modern
nor on car line.
201 Paxton Block. I). 2S77.
WE BUY, WE SELL, WE TRADE
city acres and farm property. ' 18 acre
on car line, a bargain. 45 acpes close In,
a bargain. . sections in body to trade
for city property. Write me. A. W.
Jones Co., 513 No. 24th St., So. Omaha.
FOR SALE or trade, a family hotel,
centtally located; laying well. Address
OTvner, 1742 Sherman St., Denver. Co o.
FOR SALE Large beautitui aduiuun
to the city of Des Moines, la., ail ready
to put on the market, all advertising,
cuts, pictures, stationery and fine office.
All ready to begin sale. One hundred
thousand dollar profit to be ma.le In
less than yeas. Plat shows 3.200 lots.
Can all be sold on payment plan In six
weeks. Tract leva high, sightly and
covered with beautiful walnut trees.
Owned by relatives, family dispute cause
of sale. Fine chance for retlren farmer
with son to get into business, can con
tin real estate here. Best city In cen
tral west, , big boom coming. Send for
description, plcturas, etc., to 413-13 De
Moines Life Bldg., Des Moines, la. W.
A NEW, 8-room, all mod. cottage, 2lth
near Fort St.; owner wants lot lor equ.ty
Choice 320 acre in Cheyenne Ce., Xeb.,
S2!.60 per acre. Want Omaha property.
L. W. Stotenberg
433 Board of Trade Bldg.
U-r. house and large lot to trade for
merchandise or Improved SO acres. B. J.
Newlon, 591 Brandels Bldg.
WANTED Portland, Oregon, property
for Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Okla
homa or North Dakota property. H. L.
Ganeo, Selling Building, Portland, Ore.
No. 153640 acres, rich soil, near Scotia;
Improvements a one worth $20,(00; no bet
ter large tarm In state. Tula I arm made
$75,CO0 in 54 years, exclusive of raise of
land; 200 acres aifalfa. Price, $126 per
acre; encumbered I29.0CO. Wlil exchange
for property worth the money.
No. 154 SO acres, well Improved, in
Saunders count. Neb., t miles from town.
Prioe, $125 per acre; enc, $1,503. Will ex.
change for more land at a less price.
This is a good one.
No. 155160 aeres in Saunders county,
Neb., highly Improve!; 120 acre under
cultivation. Price. $125 cer acre. Clear.
Will exchange for more land which i not
so high priced.
j. a. ABBOTT dt CO.,
5047 City Nat bank Bldg., Omsaa, Neb.
CALIFORNIA FARMS FREE
for you and a fortune, too, In the glorious
Callfornla-Orepon country. Also cheap
Irrigated and unlrrigated lands. Finest
fruit lands In the country on easy term
that will make you big money. Fine oil
mate, water, market, railroads and civil
ization. Ask about new town of Falrport,
California. For - full : information write
Land Department,. ' Nevada-Callfornla-Oregon
Ry; Co., Reno, Nevada. : -
FAR3I & RANCH LAS PS FOR SALE
40 BUSHEL WHEAT LAND.
U0 TO $35 PER ACRE.
If you act at once you can buy tracts
of rich level farm land in Cheyenne
county, Nebraska, that will pay you 40
to SO per cent on an Investment of only
$20 to $36 per acre. Don't neglect this op
portunity. Write today for full Informa
tion. E. C. STOCKD1CK. Sidney, wep.-
FLORIDA LANDS FOR SALE.
PARTIES desiring to locate in Florida
can save money and secure better land
by making their want known to me.
I have lived in Florida eighteen years
and know conditions. C. J. Jewell, Hit
Hogan street, Jacksonville, Fla.
A HOME, a business for you; Invest $500
In Jacksonville Pines, which will easily
yield an annual Income of $2,500. 10 miles
from Jacksonville, Fldrida; 4 railroads;
splendid wagon roads; nearby markets;
every social and educational environment;
free illustrated booklet. Womanda Land
Association, 71 West 23d St., New York.
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA.
Traversed by th
Lands adapted to th widest range ot
crop. All the money crops of the soutn
plentifully produced. For literature treat
ing with this coming country, its soil,
climate, church and school advantages,
W. B. LEAHY. DEPT. K.
General Passenger Agent,
THE easiest way to find a buyer for
your farm is to Insert a small want ad
In the Des Moines Capital. Largest cir
culation In th state of Iowa, 43,000 dally.
The Capital U read by and believed In by
th standpatter of Iowa, who limply re
fuse to permit any other paper In their
home. Rates. 1 cent a word a day; $1.2$
par line per month; count six ordinary
words to the line. Address Dea Moln
Capital, Des Moines.. la.
, FOR ITSELF.
Fine country home and paying propo
sition; 23 acre adjoining Council Bluffs.
The city Is growing up around . It It
Is growing in value and will be in de
mand forcity lot within a few years.
This 1 a beautiful place commanding
an extensive view up and down the en
tire valley, but easily accessible and onl?
tt mile from th street car line. The
Improvement are excellent .consisting
of a good 8-room house, good barns,
large, warm chicken house, good cave,
cellar, etc.; 8 acres In grapes, 300 cherry
trees, several acres berries, small applo
and peach orchard. Fruit nearly all
young and In prime condition. Will
bring In a nice income from th start
and if cared for will pay for Itself In a
tew years. Owner's health compels htm
to make a change. Can . use house and
lot or few acre near city, part payment
This Is not overdone and you will miss
something worth while it you fall to
see this place,
' OHIO KNOX CO..
41 Pearl Street Opposite Grand Hotel,
Council Bluffs, la.
Why Work High Priced Land
When I cau sell you land here in
Dawes county, the most fertile region in
tne wesi toaay. wneru n.nn o1 u " n
5 to 7tons to the acre, oats from 50 to
84 bushels, spring wheat from 25 to 32
busneis, potatoes irom iw to low ousneis
to the acre and everytning else in pro
portion. wny work and strive on your high
prlceu land wnen one crop of flax here
will pay tor your farm.
There is jio lime like RIGHT NOW
while I can still 'sell you tne best ot
taim lands at prices within your reach.
Land Is increasing in value rapidly
nere aim wiu.iu auuiner yeai ur iwu yuu
cannot buy even here at any price within
I tiuuil. J.J1SL X lau sen jw uiu.a
farm or ranch at a price that will make
you from $l,ou0 to $ii,wo within, tne next
year or two, Just In in ease in valuation
aiune. II you cultivate the place and
make it PAY tor lTocXF, just think
of the nice clean-up you can make by
havlnc irn nriro all PrtflK'IT TO
YOU when you. do sell.
Jjon t uiinn you are coming to tne wild
and wooly went you are coming here to
a country where its chief city, Crawford,
people, with up-to-date buildings, up-to-uaitt
btorea, gooa bcnools, gooa churcntss
and good society. You are coming to a
Bwinun wucro lojuuau laciuuea ecupse
the facilities given you in tne country
which you are leaving. The Burlington
a a una ttOOCIlfiCl 4XUU li VIII Kti LU AO
freights through Crawford every day. Th.
A'ui iiiwesiern line runs i passuiigei' iraiuo
ana irom 2 to s freights througn Craw
ford every day and they can't Just
11. . m I n A .1 . . - I.- . ... T. I. . i . T. . . ...,. .1...
wiijo.iu wil UUfill & V JLUro
Don't think that we do not have a
gooa market here tor everymlng you
raise. Our farmers here sell their grain
ior irom $ per cut to 10 per cent more
money than you uo right where you are
In your overcrowded east We hav Fort
noumson nere with more than l,0u0 men
ana wim more than 1,000 horses and
mule to keep supplied. They produce
absolutely nothing at this fort but con
sume a great deal. Besides Fort Robin
son to supply we have a big demand
from Wyoming, Montana and western
South Dakota ior:all our grain, hay and
flour as well as all our overplus stock
of potatoes. We get big prices for all our
products because we get the eastern mar
ket price plus the added freight which
they would hav to pay if thay shipped
from your country.
Now, if you can raise more wheat, oau.
barley, spelts, potatoes, flax and alfalfa
to the acre here as I claim you can, and
you can get a higher price for every bit
of your product than you get in the east,
then, why isu t this land worth Just as
muoh as your eastern land? Yet, I am
not asking jwu those enormous prices.
I -want you to come here, I want you to
settle up this country with a good, thrifty
bunch of farmers who know how to farm.
The move will make you rich and while
you are getting rich, I will get rich
with you for i own conslderaole land
me few following quotations will give
you an Idea of the bargain that are
awaiting you here in this, "The Land
1.140 acres-800 acres deeded, 640 acres
?1c.nool'etta. only t miles trom Glen and
lift miles trom Crawford; 150 acres un
der cultivation and 400 acres can be cul
tivated; fully $20,000 worth of lumber In
lhe Jf.' beautiful, never falling springs
babbling from the side hills and boiling
onL V1 vall,y' forming a nice little
creek that run for more than 2 miles
i ,,0UFil tne place! 20 wes into alfalfa;
fully 100 acre of fine first bottom alfalfa
raiiays are inicKiy covered witn
blue grass while the side hills and up
land are heavily covered with buffalo,
wheat and gramma enus: nan
the place this year are going more
tban w bushel to the ac?e good 6
room house; 2 pantries, large garret and
a stone ce liar, small barns and sheds;
p ace is ail fenced and cross fenced. It
all goes for ; ; $10 000
160 acre, 8 miles out of Whi'tnev 'ma
miles north of Crawford" gwd 3 room
, a - . - - iAw iccii trie otner
I8 I'.f611 ,fd ,ma11 bn, sheds and
iT i.Tii i U io"oea no cross fenced;
windmill. 140 acres of this place can be
cultivated, while the balance is not bad
it all goes for $2SOO
from Belmont. 20 acres under c.nltlv.
tton, 146 acres can be cultivated, balance
Fd pa.,turei vAb0Ut 40 o ood hay
land. FpnroH hnt nA i.
Good black soil; It all goes for $2,080
10. miies rrom men and 8 miles
from Belmont. Fully 400 acres can be
cult vteihn on . ".e
. ; , , ? imm uvw ujiuor cul
tivation, all fenced and cross fenced, good
.. . sinan log nouse and
small ni him xr v. ' , ,
i , .w ucbwr bum in vne
whole state of Nebraska, all well grassed
. iuuji eveiy aere W1U cut good hay.
It all goes for $5 7o
161) xrrcn 1U mil.. A . j .
-. . . . . v. VMfc vi iia-wiuru. i2u
acre under cultivation, balance can be
. ,. Diacx son, nice creek.
All fenced but with no other lmprove
""acres 5 miles out. 10 acres -under
vuiuvauun, w can oe cultivated. Small
but good 4 room house, granary, good
well nf rnnH .t.. all J
. .cm turn cross
fenced. Fine productive soil and a great
big bargain $1,100
Term of one-half cash and balance
back at ( per cent will handle any of
.fcThe 'f on,y very few of the more
than 60 different tracts which I have on
mv list rHrnt n v.wMMi .rtrui.
Moreland, Belmont and Glen none of
them are very far out of Crawford, but
many are close to these small trading
Now take my advice, don't wait, act
now and fit yourself and your family out
for a pleasant and prosperous future. You
will thank me In year to come like
tne poet, i expect no thank while still
If vnn Mtl'l t rlcht'nn .V,- tMi. .J
come now, write me for my book ot de
scriptions and prices and one of my col
ored state maps showing "The Land of
timeirciiueni'v, trunin ioi Dig rea circle,
ARAH L. HtlNOERPORn
DAWES CO. CRAWFORD, NEB.
SEE THISE 15 ACRES.
$1,850. $260 cash, balance 10 years time.
Near Deaf and Dumb Institute, Council
Bluffs. All fine, smooth garden land.
About 8 acres alfalfa, balance in cultiva
tion. If you build, you need make no
cash payment. . Any industrious man can
make a good living on this place and
It will be worth more money every year.
Why not strike out for yourself and be
your own master. It takes a little nerve
and hard work, but It Is worth while.
Let us show you this place. We hav
M'GEE REAL ESTATE "CO.. .,
106 Pearl Street. Council Bluffs.
KANSAS We hav good corn and
wheat farms; 160 acres 4 mile west $20
acre; 244 acre 3Vs miles northwest $35
acre; 160 acres t mile northeast $16 acre;
320 acre 34 miles from Bogue, $31.23
acre; 480 acres H mile west of Hill City,
$35 acre. Writ Q. A. Price. Hill Cttv,
Farms Farms Farms
Driving distance ot Omaha; farms.
Let us show you the goods. AU sixes,
all prices, all terma
ORIN 8. MERRILL.
Room 1213-1214, City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Farm at Auction, September 26, 1912.
Four hundred eighty acre of Dundy
county land In Section Four, Township
Three, Range Thirty-nine. Located one
mile east of Roll wits, Nebraska, a coun
try (tore and postofflce; fifteen mile
north of Parks, a railroad town; twenty
miles northwest of Benkleman, the county
All growing crop to go with land.
Owner will also ell all personal property
on same date. Write for particulars to
Ernest Durrwachter, Owner, Rollwlti,
Nebraska, or J. Q. Riley, Clerk. Benkel
COULD YOU IMAGINE?
Anything better t&an 280 acres df Western
Farm Land located In a fertile valley In
Kimball county. Only 2ft miles from
town. Almost a level a a floor with a
gentle slope to the north. On the south
side of the U. P. tracka Land that will
raise any kind of crops. Annual rain
fall Is 19 Inches. One year's crop will
pay for the land. Raising alfalfa seed
will bring $50 per acre. Wheat production
from 36 to 40 bushels per acre: 25 acre
of thl section Is owned- by the U. P.
R. R. Co., and is held at $25 per acre.
$12,50 per acr will buy thi garden
spot; $100 per acre will be a low price
In ten year.' It Interested wire or writ
me a it will go quickly.
M. B. DARLING &CO., , .
' Kimball, Neb.
640 A(RES. 300 valley land, that will
grow alfalfa. 60 bushels of corn per acre
and 100 bushels of potatoes; all fenced
and cross fenced: 1.700 trees, 5 to 15
f"t: 2 residences. 1 feed stable and
buildings, two reservors. wind mill and
tank, stocked with cows, will yield to
$2,000 a year. General merchandise store
station netted last year $1,800. Church,
nubile hall, postofflce and blacksmith
shop located on land. $2,000 worth of
goods goes with toit. $8 000 takes it,
$4.0W etifh, bnlnnce Jone time or trad
without merchandise. $6.oon. C. A. Hamil
ton. General Delivery, Lincoln, Neb.
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Is th Road to
FARM RANCH f . AMDS FOR SALE
FOR SALE 640 acres good clear land In
Keith Co., Neb. Price $10 per acre. Will .
exchange for unincumbered residence
property. I. N. Vogel, 415 Karbach Blk
Look at This
ON THIS FARM, NINE MILES NORTH-
EAST OF COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA.; 130
ACRES, ALL UNDER CULTIVATION: ,
GOOD IMUROVEMENTS; WORTH $150
PER ACRE. WILi, SKL.L, JF TAKEN .
AT ONCE. FOR tlOO.00 PER ACRE, !
ONLY $5,000 CASH, BALANCE IN. FIVE '
YEARS. WRITE OR WIRK.
WESTERN REAli ESTATE UU.,
411-12 KARBACH BLK..
OMAHA, NEB. 'HONE D. 3607.
Boyd Co. Neb.
is the place to buy good land at low
prices. We lave ior tale In amounts from
80 acres to full sections. Some for trade
also. See us for full particular.
C Sundell & Co.
217 McCagu Bldg. '
THE rush is on for Clay county. W
have over 20.000 acres of fine level
prairie land imprcvea and unimproved;
heavy black soli; clay subsoil; $20 to (40
per acre; easy terms. Send -for list and
map. Fellana Realty Company, 533 Pal
ace Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. .
Write for our Minnesota, booklet "C;"
DAY & NIGHT REALTY CO.,
103 Bankers Life Bldg..
OUR SYSTEM OF POWER FARMING
BRINGS BIG RESULTS.
We need men with experience and
capital, who can make money renting
some of our Improved places; we have
several Improved farms with buildings.-
These farms are producing splendid crop
of rye, barley, wheat, oats, corn, pota
toes, etc, and there are prairie lands
adjoining that can be broken for flax.
Might sell some farms with engine and
equipment on easy terms, or give good
rental contract to right parties.
For maps, showing lands and further
HACKNEY LAND CREDIT CO.,
ST. PAUL. MINNESOTA.
FOR SALE 1,100 ACRES HARDWOOD
TIMBER; V, mile from Mississippi River
in Mississippi, Heavy timber; oak, cy
press, cottonwood, etc. $12 per acre. Will
accept $5,000 down and time on balance.
JOHN MORRIS, Brown City. Mich.
70.00ft icrpft CnrAV land nnn in nfrv
On Valler-Montana project. Canal sys
tem completed. Payments extend over
fifteen years. Section famous for grain.
loraBe ana vegeiauies. write, vunion,
Hurtt & Co., Box 16, Valler. Mont
Do you want a farm in the Judith
Basin where winter wheat yields forty
bushels per acre? Excellent openings for
all lines of business in new towns. Fcr
particulars write J. S. Endslow. asst.
secy.. Judith Basin Development League,
NO agricultural section evidences more
progress and prosperity than eastern Cus
ter county. Our soil 1 of the rich loam
that produces wonderful yields. I hava
lands to sell from $10 to $25 per acre. J.
L. Barstow. Baker. Montana.
FOR SALE 40 acres. Rogue river val
ley, Ore., Grant' Pass 6 miles; Ideal
Climate; 10 acres 2-year-old Bartlett pears,
1 tokay grapes, 6 grain, 5 timber, 18 partly
cleared; wire fence; wood cut; 2 springs,
creek; price $3,600. Owner, E. B. Jeffers,
FOR SALE 160 acres good farm land;
(0 acres broke, balance all tillable; 1
miles trom Dallas and 6 miles from
Colome. Price. $40 per acre, payabio
$1,500 cash. $2,500 March 1. 1913; $2,400
March 1. 1917. Address Box 186, Dallas,
TWO choice homestead relinquishment
adjoining, located in Southeastern South
JJakota near county seat town; a bar-
Sain If taken Immediately. Shuler &
ary, 1140 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
640 SQUARE feet irrigated fig orchard
tracts, Dimmit county, Texas, for $10;
booklet free; agents wanted. The Asher
ton Fig Orchards Company, San Antonio,
FOR SALE 7,500-acre tract of tillable
land in Dlmmitt County, Texas, at a
bargain, in the proven artesian belt. $15,
000 worth of improvements on fhe place,
including 4 good wells and windmills;
within 7 miles of two railroad. For
particular address, C. S. Belford, Trus
tee, Georgetown, Tex.
EIGHTY-ACRE tarm for sale, with 2
house, 2 stables, 2 wells and a good
fence; 80 acres cleared, the rest second
growth timber. For $2,000. Half cash and
half four years a 6 per cent. For further
Information write John Hoefferie, Park
8.080-ACRE stock ranch for half It
value for quick sale. Address owner for
further Information. A. J. Johnson, Mer
chants National Bank Bldg., Springfield.
8PECIAL HOMESEEKERS' RATES.
First and third Tuesday each month to
southern states; grasp the opportunity to
visit the south and investigate the pos
sibilities of six richest southern states
traversed by Seaboard Air Line railway.
Rich fruit, truck and farming lands can
be secured at low prices. Crop growing
season 250 to 345 days. Two or three crops
per year easily grown. Excellent climate.
Write today for special literature. J. A.
Pride, General Industrial Agent Seaboard
Air Line Railway. Suite 358, Norfolk, Va
NOTICE OF KALE OF IRRIGATION
To All Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given tnat the Board
of Director of the Kimball Irrigation
District has declared It Intention to sad
and will sell thirty thousand doliar tjT.
W0), par value, or any tmaller amount
ef its bonds heretofore Issued, dated July
t 191L at the otflce of said board on th.
corner of First and Chestnut street m
lumbal!, Kimbali county. State of
braska, ou Wednesday, th 4tb 4ay of
September, A. D. 191?. ' at in hour of
twelve o'clock noon.
Sealed proposals will be received by tne
board at tneir salrt office for the pur
cnate of saia amount of bonds or any
part thereof until tne day and hour
named heieUfore, at whlcn time the said
Laaid will open the prupoala and award
tne purci.a;e of n.a bonds to tne higuest
responsible bidder or bidders, the board.
However, reserving the rignt to reject
my or all bids. Jev
Dated August 12. 1912.
By orir ot tne Board of Director.
THE KIMBALL IRRIGATION DIS.
(Seal) By L S. WALKER, President
Attest: Fretl R. Morgan, Secretary.
PROPOSAL TO CONTRACTORS.
Salprl nrnnnsula will h
w - - - ,wv;u jj i uj
town o erk of the t wn tf Coleridge, Neb.,
. up to a o ciock p. m. on tne 19th day of
September, 1912. for furnishing material
and constructing complete water works
extension, town of Coleridge, Neb. Same
to be Jn accordance with plans and speci
fications on tile in the office of the town
clerk of Coleridge, Neb., and also In th
office of the engineers, Omaha, Neb., each
bid shall be accompanied by a certified
oheck of five hundred ($500.00) dollars.
Any one desiring plans and specifications
may obtain the same by .application at
the engineers and a payment of $3.00 per
set to cover cost The town reserves the '
right to reject any and all bids.
. C. C. SHEETS,
A. E. SEVERANCE,
' Village Clerk.
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