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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1912.
OFFERED FOR RENT
,.- '. l'uriittbril Apartment.
THREE or 4 unfurnished apartments,
reasonable, 2018 Davenport.
FURNISHER or unfurnished house. Mil
Ptnkney. Red 48TT.
, Vafaraiahed Boom.
- - - . - -.
THREE, unfurnished, private bath,
email store room and outside porch, mod
em except heat; no children. B617 N. 18th.
S MODERN except beat; desirable;
nice yard. 118. W. 5178.
" Hotels ana Apartment.
DODGE HOTEL, all requirement of a
first-claw hotel, at reasonable prices.
.. apartments Flat..
Large moving vans, 11.25 per hour. P.
THIRTEEN rooms, modern; rooms
rented; income. $100 per month. Rent
reasonable. All or part of furniture for
sale. Phone Red 54.
ELEGANT St. Louis flat, 6-r., colonial
poroh; opposite Bemis park. 3315 Cumins;.
Alfred O. Peterson, A. M., M. D.
STRICTLY modern 6-roora hot water
heated apartment, 817 Pin St. near
Browneil Hall. Phone Owner, Tied 6640.
LAFAYETTE CORNER 17th AVE. A
JACKSON STS., J, S AND 4-ROOM
APARTMENTS, LARGE ANP CHEER
FUL; EVERYTHING MODBRN,
NEWLT DECORATED. RENT3 RE-
duceix wiry not live close in
AND SAVE CAR FARE. SEE JANITOR
OR PHONE DOUGLAS T020-
?OS RENT-Eight-room Hat, lilS I'ark
Wild Are., routing 20. Inquire 1501 6.
6th St. "' '
BTRICTLY blg-h class 5-room apart
ment on West Farnam St. with steam
heat and Janitor service.
JOHN W. ROBB1NS. 1802 FARNAM ST.
OFFERED FOR SALE "
,, - - Knrnllarv., ,
Easeburner. hoteiange. urn. STS' X. tt.
! - REAL ESTATE '
tITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
GAS miiire. tun itnW Mtii-tt. drpuser.
four chairs. Phone Red 1780.
HOUSEHOLD goods and plana. 401i
TYPEWRITER for rent,' .8 months
CENTRAL TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE.
RENT from the manufacturers direct,
No. Oliver typewriter, I months, Ha
'Phone Douglas 19t The Oliver Type
-.. Uaaloal Instruments.
Electric pianos. Continental Nov. 11 N.' IS.
El ec trio Piano, orchestra attachment.
Can be seen at .119 No. 15th St. ' '
- atlaecllaaeoaa. '
J5.00 COAL-It'S good; try a ton. Be
for money. Web. StS. Harmon & Weeth.
SAFES Overslockeu !tn acuwJ-uuj
fates: all sixes and makes: bargains.
American Supply Co., 1102-04 Farnam.
FOR SALE Now and second-hand
carom ''and pocket billiard table ami
bowling alleys and accessories; bar fix.
tures uf all kinds; easy payments. Th
Brunswlck-Balke-Collender Co., 407-4W 3.
10th street .
WE WILL deliver during month of Sep
tember only, large load kindling wood,
3.00.. National Box Co. Harney 1476. .
A BARGAIN '?.ww
books of 12 volumes, 1 of 10 volumes, Law
Dictionary, Hale on Torts, Cooley on
Torts, Clark's Criminal Law Book; will
sell for t25, worth $55. good as new. A. J.
Knott, 4618 N. 86th St. Web. 6596. "
. DESKS, safes, scales, show cases, sheiv.
Ins, etc.; see us first Omaha Fixture und
Supply Co., 414-18-18 S. 12th. Doug. ill.
Hossca aad Cottages.
, TTftivsiCHOLn :" nooaa Backed and tor
warded; cheap freight rates; Gordon
Fireproof warehouse ana vint
Doug, sm: office us a. inn et.
FIVE-ROOM cottage, modern except
heat; all newly painted and paperea. &w
Seward. Webster sws.
MOVING, packing and storing of house
tin;.i ,-nim and nlanos la our business.
Omaha -Van and Storage Co.. fireproof
storage. 808 S. 16th, by the viaduct
Branca office, 809 S. 17th St Tel. D. 41;
A-lwa. -.' ' -'
A ra! home. Dretty lawn, electric light
all modern, 9-r., 840. 725 S. S7th. W. 2590.
WEST FARNAM New brick, 6 bed'
rooms and 2 baths. 315 N. 38th Ave.
MODERN 7-room house, 1507 S. 28th, 825.
LARGE double house, 16 rooms, 2 baths
alterations to suit; near Merriam hotel
only 248. Creigh aons so., ttee mug.
PlfVTRil. steam heat, all mod., hail,
bath and basement. aw r. aa.
7 ROOA1S, strictly modorn, close in. Wi
8. 2th Ave. Ked vtw. uoug. jnoo.
7-RQOM, all 'modern house, 828; "fine
conuiuon. OKi rvunxuu. wi ni
Inquire 1414 lrecatur. - ' ' '
GOOD seven-room house, all modern,
east of Hanscom Park,1 on car line,
per month. 2913 Hickory bt.
i VINCENT D. DERMODY,
Tel. Doug. 786. 1614 City A at. Bank Bldg
FINE 5-rooiu . cottage, floor laid for
three rooms upstairs, corner lot, coal
oins in cellar, shade, fruit ana nowers
Fine bath with -hot and coia water con
nections: window shades and rods;
screens and storm windows. Finest street
In neighborhood.. 2218 N. 27th .Ave. uoage
car, "fita . Ave. land Lake, one .block
t.-j o Au.t. tzT W rnnmi rnmnl.tlv -mnd
ernrt Man. a jxamgn. u. ifuo; n
i nn A I.- It VlK AMI I MTUHA(iK CO
pack, move, store and ship H. H. goods
and pianos; no cnarge lor reimu i
P0Tlsesj;teigi) Sons e. Co.. Bee Bldg.
. k-KOOM . modern Jiouso; VtaJUt pet
month,-3527 Charles St Also S-roora cot
'. tags., 8532 .HiwnUtan . tju, ftft mk
'itii. D. 776 or D. lul?. .. . , . ,
FOA RENT 6-room cottage, bath and
furnace, ail modern, 2&. uaa ana see,
1011 N. '83d St., or telephone Frarnt Sur-
.llng, ,4055 Grand Ave. weD. lWH.
7-rooa, 117. 2708 Seward St. Doug. X698.
HOUSE 1921 Cass St., 8 rooms, modern,
very aesiraoie, wmniin uibuic, f".
COTTAGE, 2420 Caldwell Bt., 7 room
modern, in , good condition, near street
yr. 822.50. .-. v. ' '
1 rnnmi with wir. sias. Bewer and
furnacs in brick block, north part of
city, one Block from car line, una
is a desiraoie nouse ana in a guuu ucigu
bornool and the "rent Is very low.
J. H. Dumont & Son,
Doug. 630. 1608 Farnam St.
. , . FOR RENT
.153: N 19th St.. rear. 4-r.: closet, water,
gas, sewer In house; man and wife, 10.
iWls S. lth St., o-r. moaern. ex. iur.,
'1ltj09 Grace St..' 6-r". moaern ex. fur., 220.
2218 N. 18th St.. 7-r. strictly modern, 20.
W. .G. Shriver, 1047 Omaha National Bank
. Bldg. .
822 7-r.. 8424 Franklin St., modern.
$27.50-.r.- flat, 1615 Howard St., modern
except heat ' :' ' '
$30 -r., 2803 Burt St., new, modern.
ISO-e-r., 2S06 Burt St., , new, modert.
835 7-r., 524 N. 36th St.. modern. -825.50-5-r.
mod. apt, 526 Park Ave.
836.50--r., mod. apt., 530 Park Ave.
837.60-7-r. flat, 617 3. 16th St., modern
except heat, fine repair.
845 10-r., 617 S. 26th Ave., modern. -847.60
7-r., steam heated flat 522 S. 16th.
8567-r., steam heated flat, 524 S. 16th.
, 8110-44-r., 1611-13 Howard, mod. ex. heat
GEORGE & COMPANY.
Tel.,D. 756. 902-12 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
COTTAGE Modern except heat, 6
rooms, bath, east front, on high, full lot
$18. Web. 6447.
rooms and bath, one nine rooms and bath;
walking distance; on car line. 402 No.
.... v i . ei-rcto
Z4t 11 ; AJQUgtlUi gl-fig-
1' Vl VAUii v. ... ,
beautiful 7-room house. 6104 Dodge St
Phone Har. 1782. ' "
BlOHT-ROOM all modern house, 4223
Douglas St., 825.
708 3. lCih St.,-8 rooms, 810. ,
-Four-room flats, 2815 Dewey Ave.,
modern, except heat, $18.50..
Storeroom, 711 S- 27th St., $li50.
Two-room flatv 709 S. 2Jth St. $6.
N ,P. Dodge,' Corner 15th and Harney.
' 4.v , Stores and Of flees. '
FOR RENT Offices In Pullman Bldg.,
next to Burlington station. Doug. 1618.
I Swell laundry location and pwr. 220 N. 23d.
M'CAGUE BLDG., 15TH AND DODGE.
. Attractive - offices; moderate prices.
APPLY OMAHA LOAN AND BUILDING
A BLACKSMITH shon and tools for
rent. J. J. Livingston. Webster 769 or
: 4501 Grant- . . .
$20-4234 Hamilton. Doug. 1698.
STORE ROOM or shop. lw Farnam;
steam heated; fronting alley; merchan
dise entrance; full glass front Hall, 433
Kamge. D. 7406. Ind A-4406.
Fine storeroom now occupied by -Sunderland
Bros. - Co. as coal office, 1614
Harney St. Rent from Oct L Give good
' lease at reasonable rent. Ideal location
for stationery store, cafe, or any business
wanting a location jU3t off 16th St.
v" D. V. Sholes Company,
813 City National Bank Bldg.
Telephone Douglas 49. 1
- OFFICE FOR RENT.
'Fine rooms on the 2d floor of the WUiv
' nell block. See us about these.
N P. DODGE, Corner 15th and Harney.
" GARAGE FOR "RENT.
; Brick garage, 1906 Capitol Ave., cement
floori room for four cars; $15 per month.
GEORGE & COMPANY.
Tel. D. 756. 902-12 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
tVurt'hnnatra. , . ,.,
WAREHOUSE or store. 1309 Howard
t,"5 stores, steam heat, freight elevator.
a f.- LiOUGE, Corner loth and Harney.
Pi i si'-U .it Advertising is the Road to
Massage. Mrs. Rittenhouse 808 'jus ton Bid.
MASS A fi F.Swedish movement Apt
IHAOOAUrj mi Farnam. D. 6240.
ANNA H. MARKS
nam. ua.v'UKe jjock. Api. . jloiik. ua,
1TALi luaftsuv, vuai uutn. ut. Am..,
D. Fisher. 401 Ware block. 309 S. IStb.
THE SALVATION AHMV solicU cjji
oif clothing; in tact, anything you do no;
need. We collect repair and. sell at 13)
N; Uth St for cost of collection, , to thu
worthy poor, "liiauu LoUiiua tli a,u
wagon will call. : -
MASSAGE, scalp treatment, chiropody.
Phone Dougiaa 4i2. 70i S. 16th St. Mr.
Haynes. . . s
MASSAOF, Expert treatment. Mrs.
lU-oo-uxj Steele, 208 S. 13th St. R. 325
Tln'nlr T4al.it I Was a heavy drinker
, t7, averaging over quurt
of whisky daily. Tried many ways to
leform, but without suc.ess until I found
a certain eaiy method and was cured ir.
three days, Have since saved thousands
of other victims of liquor habit. It can
be overcome with or without drinker's
knowledge. Interesting book (tells how"
mailed, plain wrapper, free, if you cut
tMs out and -write to Edward Woods, 634
Sixth Ave.. 153 A, New Votk.
FREE treatment, diseases of women
and cniidren under professors' supervision
1 to 2.30 daily. Creighton College of Meal
cine, 14th and Davenport
DENTAL WORK . under- supervision ot
professor; no charge exceDt lor material.
Cleignton College of Dentistry, 210 sj.l8tn.
BATHS, Swedish massage, Mrs. Snyder.
No. 3. The Dunsany, 10th & Pierce. D.43S0
MASSAOE treatments. . Fifteen years
"u:-00'a-"-u experience. Twelve years
in-Omaha.,. 82.00 hotels and residences,
$1.00 at the office. Call D. 863. Res. D.3427.
WANTED The addresr ur Charles Mc
Coy and Wheeler McClure, who were em
ployed by J. .J. Hurt 52d and L Sts,
South Omaha. Neb., in October, 1907. G
YOUNG women coming to Omaha, as
strangers are invited to -visit the Youim
Women's Christian association building
at 17th and St. Mary's Ave., where .they
will, be directed to . suitable boarding
places, or otherwise asBtated.' " Look to;
uur. -nayelerg' aid M the .Union' station.
v v. 63-DAY BLOOD, REMEDY., .; ;
Bexten Pharmacy. 12th -and Dodge,
Allen of Chicago, ICS S. 17th; 1st fi D. 7685.
MAGNETIC healing, over 710 8. 16th.
POULTR1 . AND PET STOCK
Screenings. , $1.60' per 100. Wagner, 801 N. 16
BOSTON' terrier, pups, screw tall; sire
my champibn Tom Crlbb. Call Douglas
3S56. 2020 Farnam,
REAL ESTATE i
CITY PROPERTY FOR SAI.K.
CITY PBOPEHTV FOR SALE.
v 45th and Military Boulevard
An opportunity to, a fhie.laying lot close in and on a car line, with city,water and elec
tric light, in a neighborhood that js.Tapidly, building up with a fine class of houses. There is
nothing like it at the price, high; sightly-beautiful, commanding vieV of all adjoining prop
erty. You can't beat it for a Ideation for a home. -A t
PRICE $400.00 PER LOT
Terms $10.00 Cash and. $7.50 Per Month
Every lot on grade and each one a fine building site. If you hope to have a home of your
own, don't passthis chance to make a start; get the lot first and we will help you build the
house. It will only cost you carfare to find out whether this is the best property ever of
fered tor the money or not. ... ...;
We will furnish conveyance and show property, at any time. Call usj Douglas 1722.
FARM RANCH LANDS FOR SALE
FOR SALE 200 acres. TO miles east ot
Chicago; good black land; 80 acres in
crop, balance woods and meadow; corn
growing now will make- 60 bu. per acre;
oats threshed (SI bu.; 20 acres of onions
now growing will produce 700 bu. per acre;
new buildings; vi mils school, 2 miles
town, 6 miles county seat; price, ftX per
acre if taken at once; H cash.- balance to
suit. No trade. I am owner. Lee M.
Kansbottom, Knox, Ind.
Write for our Minnesota booklet "C;"
DAY & NIGHT REALTY CO,
108 Bankers Life Bldg.,
KOK HALE 160 acres ot fine land lo
cated 4Vi miles from Holt, Minn., Mar
shall Co.. destined to be the garden spot
of Minnesota; along high graded road,
school house on land, 80 acres broke, all
tillable, black loam clay subsoil. Price,
83.800. Terms. Merchants State Bank,
lied Lake Falls. Minn
$2 DOWN AND 83 PER MONTH
Will buy 10-acre fruit and poultry farm
near town, Reynolds Co., Mo.; title per
feet; price 8100. Harry McOutr. ,Cen
tralia, 111. - i '
120-ACRES, 30 In cultivation-. 8-raom
house, one-quarter mile school, on public
road and phone Una. 110 acre. Cheuvront,
: : 642 Paxton Block ; :
Sale opens Saturday, September 21st; and continues until all lots are- sold.
v Sacrifice Sale
Must Be Sold
. Fine ?-story new building, white
pressed brick,, located on 24 th St.,
Just off Lake St.; building contains
two stores, fjats and lodge hall; also
big corner lot, 122x100, on 24th and
Miami; 122 feet frontage on 24th
St., with big brick house; house is
old, located on back part of lot, and
will rent for $25 per monthl Owner
has been holding these two pieces
at $25,000, but to close them out at
once we have. been Instructed to sell
both pieces, at $19,000, or, if, sold
separate, $5,500 for the house and
$14,000 for the stores an flats.
This property is by far the cheap
est property on the market today.
0 'Neil 's R. E. & Ins.' Agency,
r 1505 Farnam Street.
A Snap in
We have only a few , lots' left in
OAK- CHATHAM ADDITION.,
between ath eYid 24 Sts. and Ame Ave.
and -SpraRue St., whlph' we are selling
for-the- Kedlck estate-at prices ranging
from $475 to 4700. There are no othjjr lot
In-the city of Omaha today selling such
the' market for north side lots you will
nave 10 act quickly to take advantage or
Norris 8r Norris
Some Good Ones
Sll, 3917 and 4113. North 20th Street
Boulevard, brand new, ready to move
Into, strictly modern, each having larn
living room and dining room, oak floors
and trim, nice kitchen with bulltin cup
board, three beurooms and sleeping
porch. One house has sand flninhed walia
throughout, tinted, and two have hall,
parlor and dlmngroom artistically dec
orated. Combination lighting fixtures,
tirst class plumbing anu furuace, guar
anteed. If you will take tie time to ex
amine these houses you ' will find them
well built, for It is Our motto to give tho
best house in the city tor the money.
This statement Is not made to boast, but
to emphatically call your attention to
a fact that you will admit wtien you ex
amine the property. We can sell on
terms of 50o down, the balance monthly
like rent. Take into , consideration tho
saving In paving, the fine level lot and
large beautiful shade trees' which are
not usually found in properties at 83,900.
Property on the Boulevard must advance
in value. That has been the case in other
citieH. Why not in Omaha? TakeL advan
tage of low prices now, and save th
money you are 'paying ' in rent.
Payne. & Slater Co.
618 Omaha Nat. Bk.' Big. Doug." 1016.
' ' ' IS. 900
Seven rooms and bath. '
Hot water heat, thermostat connection.
. Quarter-sawed oak , finish.
Bathroom, tiled floor and walls.
Porch with cement floor, iron rail, etc
East front lot in -Creighton's 1st add.
Owner leavlng clty. Must be sold.
W H. THOMAS
603 EHrst National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 4270.
i About 50 of Value
8-room modern house with four bed
rooms, iatge shade trees, cement walks;
lot, tiilxlSO; good bain, two blocks from
car, easy terms; Immedlata pomsession; 'a
good neighbornoou; small payment down,
balance like rent. Must-be sold; only
i,TM a snap. , .. ,,
- IS. P BOSTWICK
218 S. 17th St.
A dandy 6-rcom houxe: all modern ex
cept heat; nice lot; paved street; good
neighborhood; close to Creighton univer
sity and high school; at a bargain. Only
82,200; $200 cash will swing it. Balance
310-312 BrahdeV Tlieater. liouglas 688.
recently built. Jatest style, combination
gas and eleotrlc fixtures, tile bnth, cement
cenur, ttineni wbiks, rioor laid for three
rooms unstalrs. Must in in mnii.t.
For sale by owner on account leaving
cuy. rail caan, oaiance monthly or time.
Address P, Omaha llee, Council Bluffs
REAL ESTATE LOANS
FAR LOANS near Omaha; no com
mission; optional payments; cheap money
Orin S. Merrill Co., 1213 City Nat. Bk. Bid.
llVu to 810.0M made . promptly. '. u,
Wead, Wead Bidg., 18th and Farnam.
GARVIN BROS na d uy.
LOANS on tarm's and improved clti
property, pet. to pet.; mo delay. J. n.
Dumont ft Son, 1808 Farnam tit., Omaha.
(of. C1TT LOANS. Bemla-Carlberg
" 4 Co., 810-312 biandeis Tneater Utan.
LARGjB loans our specialty. Stull bro
OMAHA homes. lItist Nebranka farm.
O'KEEFE HEAL fiSTAXK CO. '
1016 Omaha Natl. . Doug. 2151
MONK? r 1 1 ' "tl I, .. hilatnu. n P. .
dence properties, fl.uuo to M.UO0. W. U.
THOMAa. 6oa First Nafl Bank Bldg. .
WANTKD City loans. Peters Trust Co
WANTED City loans and warrant
W. Farnam hmttb & Co.. Wu Farnam ac
. FOB 8ALK OH KXCHAJNGE
FOR' SALE OR EXCHANGE-Eielitv
acres in the best county in the state.
What have you? Address Room 528, Little
niog., j,incom, rveD.
640 ACRES , good farm land- that will
produce wheat, .'rye, corn or alfalfa, on
main line railroad, near town in Utah.
want .Nebraska1 land or city property.
Address ' 726, care Bee. 1
320 ' A. farm AntelnrtA nuntv Wh
illin.l . rlllHA tfl CLHrw.!!,,! urm-th but
mtg., 810,000; will trade for mdse. or
income property or iana in Minn.
ji. w riii a; uaimd t;u..
Des Moines, Iowa.' -
FOR EXCHANGJi Jo-barrel icrlst mill
and large brick residence, both . at Aih-
lana, xseD.; win trad them together or
singly; stock of merchandise or Lincoln
property preferred. Purchaser will have
to furnish power for mill, otherwise it is
In good running order. J. H. Snell, Lin
coln. House phone 8379; office phone B-
8576. ' "
8-ROOM house, strictiy modern, oak
floors and woodwork, large lot, one-half
block torar . line, two blocks to school.
Will consider modern cottage, north side.
I. N. Vogel, 4l5jKarbea block.
WAXTE1X TO ntJT
SECOND-HAND boiler wanted. About
160-horse-power return tubular or water
tube boiler good for 126 to 150 pounds
working pressure. . A1m hoisting .engines,
40 to 100-horse-power. - Mali us Immedi
ately complete .description fend price.
Bartlett & Kllng. Scott's Bluff, Neb.
Household gds. clothes & shoes. Doug. 3971
DOLGOFF 2d-hd. ' store pays biggest
prices for furniture, clothes, shoes. W. 160?
WANTED Standard typewriter - or
phonograph; Edison or Victor Vlctrola,
nearly-new. Address, Y 176, Bee..
WANTED TO BUT A 7 or 8-room house
to be moved on a lot. Telephone Red 4301.
WANTED To buy second-hand light
delivery wagon with extra long body.
Call Mr. Duncan, 2211 Farnam.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT A good farm of
89 to -160 arres- in eastern Nebraska or
western, Iowa, by a good farmer, with
best of references; will pay good rent
for good place. Chas. A. McGee, Emerson.-
la. ' : ' ''
BUSINESS young man good - habits
v.ants room and board in private family.
Early Fall Bargains
$2,600 Five' rooms, modern except " heat,
near 20th and Grace. This is a
' ;nlce. little home, - Terms. ' :
$2,950 Fine nix-room bungalow, southwest
' of Hanscom Park, strictly mod
ern, oak finish. Full lot 60x133.
I ice" has been reduced to move It
quickly. This is a splendid buy.
83.400 Nearly new, entirely modern bun-
" - ftalow of five rooms and vestibule,
with fine floored attld. In our
; new addition on Spruce St. near
, Sherman Ave; within walking dls
' i. tanceV of . down town,',,. Suitable
$3,850-Swell six-room modern dwelling In
' Prairie Park addition,, near 26th
and Fowler. Price named includes
: screens, ' storm saih, shades, gas
heater and gas stove. Reasonable
terms, . v '
"We have bther good properties in all
parts of the city. Call at our office for
; SCOTT & iinj, '
307 McCigue Bldg. Douglas 1009.
A Beautiful Bunga
low in a Fine
Has fine mantel" with . buTlt-ln book
cases of oak on each side. Pedestal be
tween dining room and kitchen with latest
up-to-date combination lighting fixtures.
Two large bedrooms-with fine bathroom
oetween. run cememeu uHaeiueui wim
best furnace.. On nice east front lot. Can
make terms. .'
American Security Company
: - Pnl-merlv Slrimer & Chase Co. '
309 S, 17tli St. , , , 'IJhone 3S67,
Operi Sat. evenings until 9 o'clock.
For Sale or Exchange
Large moiiern house with hut water
heat, hardwood finish, oak floors In first
story; eaxt front lot, paved street, paved
alley, large garage, iJrice s,5w. owner
will take one-haif of price In Omaha
property or farm land, balance cash.
Give full description of property ottered
In tlrst letter.. ,,
J. H. Dumont & Son
i-noiio oug. -tMu. iuoS arnam bt.
Brick Fia'ts Close In
SaCl'lfiCH nwur kiili,Er .ll ot
once; rent' W per moritn. Puce W.Ouu.
invBauMPni Duy we Know or. in
vestigate at once.
GLOVER REALTY SYNDICATE,
Uia-20 City Nat l. Doug. 39G3.
Cash balance. on payments, dandy cot
tage, S rooms and bath, new plumbing,
house newiy paintea -and pajereu,' lot
5tixlii, double frontage, near, Dundee,
good location. Price only 81,800. Good
BIRKETT & TEBBENS,
423 Bee Bldg.. ,,- , , Doug, 4754.
DANDY NEW BUNGALOW
The owner of this splendid 8-room bun
galow is obliged to leave Omaha October
1st. and is offering it at the very low
price of 83,650 lor quick sale; 8650 cash,
the balance 836 per month. This is one
of the awellest little bungalows to be
found in the city. It is finished in oak,
has full cemented basement, stairway
in floored attic, and large, lot. 60x140.
The number is 8717 North 18th Street,
Call and see it, or ask us to take you out.
Payne Investment Company,'
BARGAINS FOR CASH.
6-ROOM, modern bungalow; hot water
ha. - M.f' frnnf lfLrira Irkt: fill ImnrovA.
ments in; near school. Owner, H 748. Bee.
8500 CASH buys ray modern home, oak
finish, 4 bedrooms, built-in bookcase, fire
place, paneled wans, large iioorea atuq,
screens and storm windows, 50 ft. lot
House only 2 years old. Located 2 blocks
to car, Dundee. Price 84,000. Call owner.
Harnejt 4,4o. ,- , ,
-v COTTAGE : , !
68 foot lot... ...well located
Large shade trees. Splendid neighbor
hood. Easy walking distance. Near High
school and Creighton college. Will take
good farm mortgage as part or all pay
ment, i Address owner, post onice dox
1044. - ...
8-ROOM MODERN HOUSE
FOR SALE BY OWNER',
CORNER 19TH AVE. AND LOCUST
Has a fiood furnace, open plumbing,
with Instantaneous gas heater in bath
room; house No. 2822 N. 19th Ave., corner
lot 00x81; paving paid for; fine location.
Prk-e. $2,060. on payments.
Tel. Wi 26S or D. '1294. .V
Fine New Home
You can buy this beautiful new. mod
ern home at less than cost to produce
It today. Built by the-owner for a-home.
It Is complete in every detail and has
all the conveniences to be found in a
modern up-to-uate ' home. Large living
room with beautiful open grate fire
place which cost 8&W; All '- floors down
stairs, except kltcnen, are polished oak
and the doors and trimmings are oak.
Three good sized bedrooms are finished
iu bircn and have maple floors. Large
sleeping porcnj , Mirrorea panel door . in
large Dedroom. All . interior hardware
used for trim is bronze. -Good plumbing
and furnace. Dust proof coal binu. See
mis nouse at once. wo. Zuira Kvans street.
Can be seen only by appointments Term
very reasonaoie.. i . - .
Payne & Slater Co.
616 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1016.
Bargain in Brick
JFlats . -
Income 81.440. Price 810,500 ; 88,600 cash,
balanfA: llinv. lima & am . ni .
flats ,are located on. a paved street in a
bvou neigiiDoinooQ, one block from street
car. , Building is in good repair. No
radea. ' ' ' .- ' .. . . .. Z".-i .-
X H. Dumont & Son
lb, v arnum t,i.
TO BUY. fitir.T. iiu ri,vk MDo'i'l'ii
JOHN W.OBBINS. Wi FARNAM ST?
ACMKAGIS FOR SALE. .
. ; HlLLpRfiSTDDITlON.. . "
Uest and cheapest suburban acre prop
erty pear city. -Fine country home sites
and garden tracts convenient to car. Sur
veyed, platted and staked in lots of
Vi acre to" 3' acres and priced from 8136
per acre up. Come early and get your
choice of a lot In this beautiful 'addi
tion. Call , for plat and descriptive
literature. C. It. Combs, 809 fo 815 Bran
ded Theater Bldg. , Phones Doug, 89j
A-371L , , . . . '
AUSTUACTS UF T11XU.
- Reed Abtrck Co., oldest abstract of
fice lit Nebraska. 208 Brandels Theater.
FARM & KAjM ll,LA.UW FOR il ALU
''ARKANSAS The, xtate of LOW VAL
UKS and GRISAT, FUTURE. Investors
notice, 7,600 acres smooth and rolling
lund, adjoining farms now raising eood
crops of corn, cotton, .vegetables and
fruits. High and healthy. Good towns
near. A jiurt .of the stale that is grow
Ing rapidly. $6.50 an ace. , Will divide
and make terms.,. Wrlt us. Moore 4
Alartin, Prt-scott. Arkansas. .
lVi-acres, well improved, 1600 cash, bal
ance, like rent. Price, 82,000.
DEUEL 4 HANKINSON. '
D. 2877. 201 Paxton BIk.
Must be Sold
'Thla means somebody, is going., to get
a bargain. Reception hall, parlor, dining
room and kitchen,, first floor; three bed
rooms and bath second floor; all oak
finish downstairs, maple and . birch up.
Only two years old, fully modern, fur
nace heat. Vacant for your . Inspection.
2430 SARATOGA 8TREET,
F. C. BEST,' Doug. 3944
A very fine 8-room all. rood, (louse -on
Underwood Ave near 51st. Has screened
sleeping porch, hot water heat, finished
attic. Only 86.750.
Another, not new, "has 8 rooms, hot
water heat, south front, block to car.
Only $3,000. ' '- : .
E, W. Stoltenberg
Doug. 1510. 436 Board of Trade Bldg.
' ON 'AND AFTER OCTOBER 1ST, 1912.
THE RATE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS
IN THIS CLASSIFICATION WILL BE
7 CENTS A LINE EACH INSERTION.
BUY home, 8100 down. Shopen & Co.
great south Georgia:
Traversed by the '
Lands adapted to ths widest ranie of
crop. All tne money crops of the ioutto
plentifully produced. For llteiaturo tieit.
ing witn this coming country, ua soiL
camate, church and .chooj advantagoi.
W.' B.: LEAHY. DEPT. K,' " ,
General Passenger Agenu '
. Atlanta! Ga , w ,
rr-f?t"h .l11 Improved lflo-acrs
creek bottom farmr one ml Coffevvllla"
population 18,0001 7fl aciv UV free 5'
K. Realty, -Coffeyyllle, Kaa
148 acres In Burt county, Nebraska; well
Improved; posoesston March 1; price $115
80 acres In Burt county, Nebraska, Im-
roved; price $90 per acre; possession
arch 1. 1911 i - . . r ..
80 acres Improved, in Thurston county,
Nebraska, $4 an acre; rented for 1813;
rent goes with deal. Box 446, Lyons, Neb.
686 ACRE farm for sal In Knox Co.,
Neb. Owner of Said farm operating It
himself, but living in Iowa, tnerefoie
desires to sell said farm. Can be sold
as one or can bs divided in two good
farms, one consisting of 838 acres, ltW acres
in cultivation, balance in pasture, alt
well fenced and an abundance of water
the year round; balance ot 360 acres, good
set ot Improvements, splendid feed iota,
144 acres in cultivation, 30 acres of tame
grass, balance in pasture and bay land,
will all grow altalta; all 'well fenced an
abundance ot running water the year
round. Purchaser ' can buy 150" head ot
high grade cattle, the same amount of
hogs, compiete set of horses and imple
ments If they so desire, or can buy the
place without.' Will carry 320,000 on land
at the (rate of 8 per cent for five or ten
years. This place Is considered , to be
the best farm of its Use in that country,
for further Information apply to owner,
Suren Oiesen, Route 3, Walnut, la.
40-BUHHKL WHEAT LAND, $2 TO 838
We have for sals over 20,000 acres ot
Cheyenne county, Nebraska's oholcsst
farm land,, where the crop yields for 13
years, including 1310 ana 18U average
with the best In the state. Alfalfa, also
a leading crop. Better soil, water and
climate cannot bt found. Writs tor full
Information. Agents wanted everywhere.
FUND1NGSLANU 1NV WeTiMKNT CO.,
SIDNEY, NEB. c
AM going to Germany and will sell
my SO-acre farm; good, improved; . with
nice grove, adjoining Gothenburg, Neb.;
fine town, with German Lutheran, Eng
lish churches and high school; on the LP,
P. railroad; all level land; best deoo
black alfalfa soil; cheap at 12o per acre.
Want offer,; easy terms; encumbrance,
tC,000. Write soon for description or
come and set the farm. . Thla farm w
leased to March 1, 11)13.. Addresa Box 144,
Emerson, Neb, . . .-.,,, .
210 ACRES in Douglas Co., 14 .iuUmh
from Omaha, 8 miles from Irvington;
gently rolling and bottom land, well Im
proved. W. H. Thomas, 608 First .Nt'i
Hank Bldg., Omaha. ." a
. 1 North littkota.
NORTH DAKOTA LAND 80 wit
deeded quarters mutt be sold in 80 days.
For further Information write Dakota
kkiuare Deal Land Co., Mlnot. N. D.
SOUtll DHkUlll. V 'v
FOR SALE-Cholco half section In Ed
munds County, South Dakota; well lo
cated; level land, rich soil; good water.
Would exrhango for smaller Iowa farm
Address Frank 8. flhatikland, 813 la. L. A
T. Bldg. Dee Moines, la.
Ii'nii liA T.V.-.ir.ltflitv ilnraa Itilntn .Itv nt
Gregorys; 6a acres broke, with growing
crop; high school building two blocks
from this land; this land grows fine al
falfa; am- moving away to -take charge
of an Institute and will offer this at a
bargain. Dr. E. T. Spencer, Gregory, . D.
FOH fcALE lt acres i;oou taim (and:
40 acres Broke, balance .all tillable;
miles from Dallas and 8 miles front
Coiome. Price, f 40 per acre, payasi.i
(1,800 cash. $2,UKi March I, 1913. U,m
March 1. U17. Aduresa Box latt, Daila
K. D. ' . : , '
Texas. ," , :.
TEXAS coast land from owner to pur
chaser, thereby saving largely. Reason
able terms or canh discount.. C E, Clark,
Columbia, Texas. .: , 'i
A CHOICE quarter section, two . and
one-lmlf miles from county seat; lays
love!, Is good soil and has large grove;
ninety acres In cultivation. Till culti
vated land la all sown td winter wheat
and will let the croo so- with the place If
sold within the next thirty days. Price.
S55.0 per acre; easy term... F. J. Dishner,
REAL ESTATE W ANTED
TO sell your property list It witn ins
O'NEIL R. E. A INS. AGENCY.
Tylsr 1024. 1606- Farnam St.. .
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
Ship live tock to South Omaha, Save
nlleage and shrinkage. our consign
ment reed v a prompt and cartful atuo
Jon. -' '. ' -
Me Stork Cnamulsaloa) '3IerehHBta.
' B ITERS BK09. .i CO. - Strong, reliable.
... -, Iowa, ., . , ,
THE easiest -way W find a buyr fof
jrour farm la to insert a small want ad
in the Dea Moines Capital.. Largest dr.
tulatlvn in Ula state of Iowa, 43,uog dally.
Tho Capital la read by and believed In by
tba staudpattera ot Iowa, who simply re
tuae to permit any otner paper lu thtir
bomea. Kates, 1 cent a word a day; u ik
per line per month; count aix ordinary
worda to the lino. Addreaa Dea Uoiu
Capital, Dea Molnea. la
33 ACRES, . 2'i. miles f rom postofflce,
main road. 7-room house, shed barn;
well, spring and timber. Cheap for
cash, terms if wanted; W. F. Patton,
K. F. D. No. , Council BUiffa. '
FOR 8ALE-2S8-acre form, Big Sioux
valley, northwest Iowa, 8 miles from
town. Flnp hulMlnra 1 ri- v,..
place. 8U0 per acre. Address, F, A.
fiW,., lawn. -
CLIFTON Com. u . itKlf Kxolianns Blrtg.
hnyder-Malone-tioffman V.u:, 16!' Ex. Bldg.
LAVKKTV BROS.. 138 sc.iang Bldg.
Martin Bros. & Co.,' Exchange Bldg.
A GREAT bargain' in northern Iowa;
83 acres well Improved at 880 an acre;
easy terms; if interested see U, A. Drees
man, Germania, Kossuth Co., la.
CAREY LANDS OPEN TO ENTRY
Valler, Montana, project. Fifteen annual
payments. Irrigation system practically,
completed. Forty thousand acres irri
I ited this year. Grain yields double dry
arm crops. Writ Clinton, tiurct ft Co.,
Box 8, Valler, Montana.
FOR, 6 ALE 20-acres of apples a.id
, uiio . . " m ij ...uuvii, iua, J. Ilia
year's applt crop estimated at 8,000 boxes
n-a wlti lanfl flmatl nuuman, . n . ..
inn ir time on balance- W. E. Bull. ftm.
under irrigation, 160 acres in alfalfa, 80
acres grain, house, bam, fenced, perpet
ual right to 290 inches water. Helling at
f& u n grr 1n - Mnrnt An ttafuta' tlik ..
acre below market price.1 Easy terms.
, . . i , . ir.. ...... . ..... , . .
Auurns, l. v.. riaiiimiii, muiuai iaiq
Bldg.. Seattle, Wash., . ; ;
Man Killed in Plunge
-From High Building
CHICAGO, Hept. 1.-Carl . R. Rasmus
sen, 23 years old,' an employe of an ex
press company and a prospective bride
groom, was killed today In a spectacular
fall or leap from the top of a fire escape
in 'the. nineteenth' floor of the Masonic
temple. The plunge carried blm across a
twenty-foot alley and he struck on 'the
roof of an adjoining building, several hun
dred feet below. Every bone In., his body
was broken by the tall
RasmuHsen was engaged to marry Miss
Florence Blederman of Llbertyvllle; 111.,
according-to hla. friends, and. the cere
mony was to have been performed In a
few-weeke. --.,. . . . , 1 .
ELECTORS TOLD TO STEP OUT
National "Committee1 Ask Nebraska,
Hooseveltiani to Resign.
HARMONY MARKS MEETING
Realsrnatton of Commltteemaa Avery
la California Not Accepted
ana He Is Expelled for -Disloyalty.
NEW .YORK, Sept. ls.-Tha republican
national committee today accepted tho
resignations of its members from Min
nesota. Oklahoma and Ohio and declared
vacant . seats held by members ot
"New Jersey; . West Virginia and North
Carolina, hb- are' Roosevelt supporters.
Successors ware named, to re,rtng mem
bers from - Oklahoma, -Ohio, New Jersey
and North' Carolina.vi''''"
The committee refused' to recogntse a
telegram from Rubs Avery of California,
announcing his resignation, and voted to
expel him for "disloyalty to the repub
lican party." Chairman Utiles waa em
powered i to appoint a subcommittee of
three to. recommend a successor to Mr.
Avery. - ,
After luncheon there was a Joint session
of the national committee and the ad
visory committee lasting until after (
o'clock. Chairman Hllles reported that
the situation In the various states In re
gard to electors, which was unsatisfactory
at the beginning of the campaign, is now
in good shape. He said -that of the; 100
electors on the republican tickets In sev
eral states who, turned out to be Roose
velt men,, all had been replaced except
In' the states 'of Kansas, Nebraska, and
California: He added that -the Kansas
case is In 'the courts,' the Nebraska case
soon will be and that a special commit
tee will arrange for ,a new organisation
in California' and place Taft electors, on
the ticket under. some other name., than
that of the republican party,
A resolution was adopted calling on the
electors ' bf . Nebraska and Kansas -who
were -named a republicans, but who ara
now for Roosevelt, to retire at once. Tho
resolution said the position f elector ,ls
a position of trust. And that, these men
owe a duty to the state as well as to
themselves. "- "', . ':, '';' ;
Secretary Reynolds said after the meet
ing that everything was done In oomptet
harmony and the vote to oust committee
men was unanimous In every case. ,
Waldo's Secretary ;;
Is Involved in Story ;
Of Graft.by, Police
' NEW YORK, Sept. U.-Intestifatton to
day by the aidermanto committee of ths
affidavit made by Police Captain John T.
Relth. that 110.000 had been demanded of
lilm ss the price ot promotion to a cap
talncy during - Commissioner Bingham's
administration, developed testimony as
sociating Winfield R. Bheehan, secretary
of Commissioner Waldo, with a man
"supposed to be getting graft." ,n
, TJie testimony waa given by D. J. Kel
kber, a private detective, who said he
had been assigned in December last by
Alfred Q. Johnson, the : under slier' ft
ahom Relth socuses In his affidavit' of
having demanded the $10,000 from him, tc
follow a lawyer . named Norton. Thl
tnan, "by, common -rumor," he said, wal
supposed to. be- collecting police' graft
frbm hls 'offlce it 11? 'Broadway. H
trailed Norton,, ha testified, to Bheehan's
house. Bhoehan discovered him' there and
kept him locked In while he sent for two
detectives, but' he was not arrested. Nor
ton, he said, collapsed.
Omaha Auto Tourists;;1
Sleep in a Haymow
'GRAND FOR KB, N.,a, Bept lS.-(Spe-olnl
Telcgram.)--Stalled in the mud flf
teen miles from here when engine trouble,
resulting (rom a heavy pull' of several
miles was experienced, -' Mr. and Mr.
Joseph McKechnle'. and three friends ot
Omaha, were forced to go to bed, hungry
last night with no softer place to real
their weary heads than pllea of hay In
the loft of a bonanxa farmers' cattl
barn and with no tnore comforting sound
to bid them pleasant dreams than this
mooing of Jerseys In the stalls below.
; The McKechnle party, returning from
the Pacific coast, 'came this way to see)
the Red river valley.. They started from
this city for Fsrgo late Tuesday after
noon, expecting to reach. Fargo by 'night
fall. Prolonged rains had put the roads
In bad shape and their trip from her
was one continual , round . of trouble.
When they had gone a short distance
they found Mt Imperative to run-on, low
speed, rhe engine became overheated
and they had to resort to the water treat
tnent. A short distance from a big farm
house the machine went hub deep In the
gumbo and the trip was given up for the
day, the party feeling sure that they could
be accommodated at the farmer's home,
After wading through oceans of mud tho
tourists reached the farm house only to
find that the place was locked up and
the family away from home. ; Rather
than break into the house the Nebraskans
went to the barn, climbed the ladder to
the haymow and cuddled down for th
night. ' They .were rudely awakened this
morning by the "Well, 1 11 be d-d," of
the hired man. " '' " ,
QUARANTINE PROCLAIMED .; ,
. ON HAWAIIAN FRUITS
WASHINGTON, ept. 18.-A quafan.
tine against practically all fruits ' and
many vegetables ' from Hawaii. ' on ac
count of the Mediterranean fruit , tly,
which has caused . great damage there,
was proclaimed by the Department of
Agriculture today. It was -effective Jm'
mediately. : ; . ' , v
California . producers urgred protection
nigalnst the Importation ' of 'the pest ind
Hawaiian producers gave notice they had
no. objection to- the 'quarantine,';
FAITH HEALER ARRESTED :
ON CHARGES MADE BY GIRLS
CHICAGO', Sept. 19.-The testimony of
three young girls and a young wife re
sulted in the holding of Henry C Oertlej
of Chicago Heights, an alleged "faith
healer,'' to the grand Jury on a serious
charge. ' Ella- Barman, 15 years old, waa
the complaining witness. She reluctantly
told a story of the alleged practice of th
"healer" that shocked those who heard It,
Others who testified to similar alleged
practices were Mrs. Maud Johnson. 19
years "old: Nettle Levitt, 16 years old, and
Dixie Albright, 15 years pld. . . v -
Oertle denies the charges." ... J
POLICEMAN HUMILIATED FOR ,
TAKING FIFTY-CENT BRIBE
CHICAGO, Sept. 19.-A' dramatlo scene
was enacted .In theooros of j the civil
service commission today, when Patrol
man Fred' E.: Brandt, "'a' member of
the police department since 480?,; for tak
ing a bribe, of 60 cents, -w-asittipped or
his star and termed, a disgrace to tho
police . tprce, by Assistant., CJhJef, ,f ,Jollce
Herman F. Schuetler- Brandt admitted
that he 'took 60;-cerrts -frtftril;- peddler.
and then allowed him :to go free.',. j
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