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THE BEE; OMAHA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1913.
Us Boys One 'on Skinny
Drawn for the Bee bv Tom McNamara
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FOOD FOR FANS
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city pnoi-RnTt von salis
Right in town. 36th and 'Center Sts. At tho Southeast
corner of Field Club. New Center Street car extension as
ordered in by City Council will pass this property. . A chance
to double your money.
Prices Only $300 to $550
No other property in this locality can bo had at these prices
Terms Only $5.00 Cash
Monthly Payments $5 to
$10 Per Lot
Only TWELVE Lots
Sale Saturday afternoon and continued until all lots are
sold. Come early. Salesman on the ground,
BENSON & GAR MICHAEL
2.4th and Browne
We are building some very at
tractive bungalows on this -tine .
-tract or ground. In choice residence
' location, 'on 21th street car line.
.The bungalows are kept 50 feet
back from the front lot line, the
"Jots aro 12 feet deep.
And one ready to occupy.
The price on this house Is
It has 5 large rooms on the first
floor and the attic Is entirely plas
tered, finished and floored, good
basement with concrete floor, fur
nace, laundry sink and floor drain.
Beautiful teak finish and oak floors
throughout. Fine lighting fixtures, .
best of plumbing. Thlshouse Is
planned right and built right and
will make you an Ideal home.
Come Out Today
And look It over.
W have three Jots left there -.
and will sell you & lot or build a
""bungalow to your order.
Charles W. Martin & Co.,
101S Omaha Nat'l Bank Building.
NEW 6-room modern bungalow, oak fin
ish and oak floors, with best !ectrlo
fixtures. Walls nicely decorated. Full cel
lar. Rogers furnace. Large garage. Easy
terms. 4112 No. Est St East front; one
block south of Ames Ave. on 21st St.
Thos. W. HasTen. 207 McCagUe. D. 1500.
OFFERED FOR SALE.
The following goods were
slightly damaged in qur late,
fire, and can be bought at about
5. Store fixtures.
Those articles are in good
shape, and at the price at. which
we will Bell them thoyare a big
bargain. . .''"-.-
-Vai today. .
Omaha Gas Co.
FOR SALE 15-foot good oak counter,
formerly used In The Bee business office;
ktsip, Apply &t Bee office, Bee Bldg,
CITY PIlOPEttTY FOIl BALK.
642 Poxton .Block.
SAVE THE COMMISSION
26M Evans St. A brand new home: full
two stories, strictly modern, oak finished,
blx large rooms besides bath, den and
spreened-in sleoplni? porch. Stairway to
cttlc. Fine light fixtures and and -window
shades. Furnace heat. Full cement
casement, cement walks, screens and
water meter. Large corner lot on paved
eet. Price, 13,900; 1350 cash, balance
2311 So. 85th St. A mighty neat B-room
bungalow, all modern and oalt finished.
Dining room has window seat and plate
rail. Handy kitchen, with pantry and
refrigerator room. Two good bed rooms,
with closets, and tiled bath. Stairway to
store room in attic. Full cement base
ment, cement walks, screens and water
neter. Price, $2,850! 300 cash; $24
aiQ So. 83th Avo. Just Ilka tho above,
but street not pavtd, Price, 2,7B0; 1100
cash, balance iii. monthly.
These aro genuine well built homes
and a bargain at the price we ask. For
more Information phone Charles . Horn,
Owner, Harney 6210.
Will buy my 6-room, part modern resi
dence, and lot 50x130, near .40th and
Franklin. This will make a good home
for someone; needing a larger house,
which I am now building, is the only
reason for sacrificing at above price.
To good party a small Cash payment
down, balance like rent.
If you, are now tenting, why not In
vestigate this and let the rent money
pay for your homo. Phone Harney 435,
JUST LUCE PAYING BENT
TWO ELEGANT SEVEN AND EIGHT
ROOM HOUSES, CLOSE TO CHURCH,
SCHOOL, CAR LINE. ON PAVED
STREET. DOWNSTAIRS ALL OAK;
UPSTAIRS MAPLE AND BIRCH. TO
THE RIGHT PARTY ON THE RIGHT
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
482 BRANDE1S BLDG. DOUG. 33S2,
WEST FARNAM HOME.
Owing to absenco from city will offer
for sale the new and completely modern'
10-room residence 121 S. 25th Ave. Tel.
6-ROOM house, mod. except heat; on
tmveu atrcm. x-nce i,.w.
pair, larce lot. fruit trees, bain, cistern
city water, only $1,600; J K0 cah, balance
tl aoh nmnVi Ulw.na ..urriMS- TI a....
2351. E. W. Ounther. 820 N. 40th Bt
SWINOLEY & G1PK.
Have moved from 23s Bee Bldg. to fifth
floor, room 640.
MUST sell my new 6-room house, with
sleeping porch, before October 1, as I am
leaving the city, or trill rent same to
rename party. 4110 Florence Blvd.
BARGAIN: new 7room house, modern.
Oak Chatham, 22d and Ames; J2.WW. Tel
ephone w easier -a. verms.
TO BUY, bELL Ull Jtl-.N i' KIltaT tflK
JOHN V. ROBH1N. KARNAM T.
Ileal ISatate Trackage.
MTH AND JACKSON.
Lot 66x132 at southeast corner Hth and
.rackscn St. Knd of switch. Price only
U D. SPAULDINO,
1618 Farnam St.
ABSTRACT UK TITUS.
REED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of.
flco In Nebraska. 208 Brandnts Theater.
ACREAGE FOU SALE.
Mr. Poultryman, lust the place you
have been looking for; fine location for
poultry plant; $20 down and (10 per month
buys this 10-acre tract; see us at once.
The Vogsl Realty Agency, 1007 W. a W.
Mini FUher. mu., bath. eleo. treat. O. H4.
VrARRAftPi Swedish movement. 4M
S3-DAY I1LOOD HKMEDT,
Bexten pharmacy, nth and Dodre.
Marguerite Hallornn, massage. O. 77tt
FOR SALE Kindling wood. National
Box Co.. 39th. and Pacific. Harney 1174
MANICURING, face, etalp. magnetic
treatment. Miss DeBar. 1711 Dodn-e.
TUB SALVATION ARMY solicits cast
off clothing; In tact, anything jou do r.oi
need. Wo collect, repair and tell X 11
M. 11th St. for coat of collection, to the
worthy pooh Tel. Douglas 4U5 and
wagon will call.
O'CONNOR HEIRS WANTED.
Information p( the holrs of John O'Con
nor or Connor, who was a shoemaker,
supposed to -have wife and at leant two
children living in western Iowa, north,
western Missouri or eastern Nebratka.
Address with full information, N. H. Tun.
nlclltf. care of K. E. Thomas, 816 Omaha
Nat'l Bank, Omaha, Neb.
WANTED Care of women In trouble
or Invalid, old or Infirm persons who
need especial attention. Address Y 271,
59 SUBSCRIPTIONS TO
tho L. H. Journal. 1.K); the S. E. Post,
tl.GOl the Country Gentleman, $1.60, by
Bept. 90, earns that $3,000 for tho Invalids'
Pension Ass'n. Your renewal contributes
60c. Phone Douglas 71(3, Omaha.
GORDON. THE MAQA2INK MAN.
MAGNETIC ffiKSk SK-
YOUNG women, coming to Omaha as
strangers are Invited to visit the' Young
Women's Christian association building
at 17th and St Mary's Avti, wnore they
will be directed to - agitable boarding
places or otherwise assisted, l-ook for
our travelers' aid at the Union Station.
X' have changed my location to 314 Bainl
Bldg., 17th and Douglas. Mrs. Dr. Rlt
tenhouss A Bhafer, Maaa.. Eleo. hatha .
Massage, 1st fl, r.,6, 1723 Dodge. Mrs. Steele
. ItEAIi JE8TATK.
FARM A RANCH bANim FOR BALK
YOUR OPPORTUNITY 160 acres. 30
cultivated; B-room house: G miles from
railroad: to per acre, half cash; big free
list. Word, the Land Man, Mountain
Home. Ark. '
0-ACRE farm. 4 mllen east of' Council
Bluffs: 10 acres In fruit, 4 in alfalfa, bal
ance, all under bultlvatton. Land licit eood
and every acre Is a good one. 'Prices and
terms very reasonable, w. n. uean, ZZ8
Harmony St, Council Bluffs, la. Phono
40-ACRE farm. 2U inlles from town. 40
miles from Minneapolis. On main road,
telephone and mall route. 24 acres under
cultivation, 6 acres meadow, balance tim
ber posture. Land Is level and In good
condition.. Good 4-room house, barn,
granary, corn crib and other outbulldinzs.
All In good condition. Price 11,800. Chas.
m owanson, m nwer, Minn.
A SPLENDID 18S-acre farm. Vi. mllM
from town, 40 miles from Minneapolis. 75
aoren under cultivation, SO acres, meadow,
balance , pasture with somci very good
timber, such as oak. maple and basswood.
Running. spring water In pasture. Block
loam soil with clay subsoil. Level and In
good state of cultivation. Good 7-room
house with cellar: good barn, granary,
sheds, corn cribs and other outbuildings.
uooa wen ana water wiui wtnumiu. On
main road, telephone- and mall route. 20
rods- from good school. Price 250 per acre.
Buildings worth 33.50ft Chas. E. Bw&ason,
.'11. 11.,.H Ifl.n '
MONTANA IRRIGATED LANDS. Us
rour Carey right and secure a ISO-acre
'arm in famous Valler country, nhere
wheat yields 50, oats 100, barley 65, flax
20 bushels per acre; no drouth, sur
crops: lands produce splendid alfalfa and
timothy; diversified farmlnr Is carrltd
on under Ideal conditions, write today
for booklet Valler Farm Sales Com
pany. Box 1026. Valler. Montana
Farms Farms Farms
Driving distance of Omaha; bargains.
Let us show you the goods. All sizes, all
prices, all terms.
ORIN 8. MERRILL CO.,
Northeast Corner 23d and M Sts.,
South Omaha. Neb, South 1502.
A CHANCE to vay farm land direct
from the owner, 6,000 acres ranch and
farm, situated eight miles from the
gulf and seven mites from the railroad,
sixty mllee N.-B. of Brownsville. Plenty
of rainfall for growing crops, good ar
tesian flowing, well water. Good climate
winter and gumnwr. A fine tract to
colonize. Will sell In a body or In 1.000
acre blocks. If Interested write quick
for terms to Box 119, Raymondvllle. Ttx
UTAH LAND-160 acres BEST alfalfa
land in U. a.. Neighbors getting K.VM to
13.000 In SEED off 40 acre T-H-J-H year.
We can P-R-O-V.E it P-R-I-C-E RIGHT.
Easy terms. COME and BEE or write for
particulars. UTAH CLIMATE Ideal year
rouna. western land co.. 212 judge
Bldg., SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH,
'BALK OR rcXCHAWOK K. K.
' FOR BALE OR TRADE For horses, cat
tie or clear town property: Twenty acres
and a town lot in tne onion oeu 01 Texas;
twenty acres and two town lots, bitween
two good towns on nulf coast of Teias;
two nice residence lots In one of the best
towns of Wyoming;, a holt section of eood
farm ltuld six miles from Kimball, Neb.;
first-class properties; clear, but slight
encumbrance. Address Box 64, Albion,
FOR TRADE Two ' welt-located rest
denies In Boulder, Colo. Frame, five and
six rooms, modern except beat. Near car
line and school. Want vtock land, mer
chandise or hotel business In western Ne
braska, eastern Wyoming or South Da
kota. Address 061 Concord Bt, Boulder,
TRADE FOR AUTO Five-room cot
tage In fine repair, 1H blocks to car line;
will take good Ford or Bulclc auto as
part payment. D. M. Sloan. Call Ben-on-Carmlchael,
It Paxton Block.
SALE pR EXCHANGE. R. K.
EXCHANGE for eastern Kansas . or
western Missouri land. Brick building,
two stories and basement, In Tecumseh,
Neb.; fine location; also 760 adjoining
Buffalo, Kan.; will exchange for good
Incomo property. Address Dolan Land
Co., Unlontown. Kan.
I Want Clear Cottago
For my equity In my home, with (1 lota;
13 blks. to West Sldo Park line: high
view, big trees, young' bearing fruit trees,
berries, grapes: both well and cistern;
barn; chicken house.
Mortgftgo tl.KO, payable 111 monthly.
O'KBEFH REAL ESTATE CO., A
Doug. 2715. 1016 Omaha Nat'l.
Evenings, II. 333 or H. 6134.
BOSTON terrier pups cheap. Doug. 8SM.
SNOW white Spits Puppies, ( weeks old,"
for sale. 3526 S. 23d Bt., Omaha, Neb.
Phono Douglas 4816.
REAL EHXATK J)ANS
OMAHA bun.es. East Nebraska farm
CKEEFIU REAL ESTATE CO..
1018 OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglas t7tt
LOANS of ll.ooo and up desired on Im
proved teal estate. Large loans a specialty,
W. H. THOMAS,
228 State Bank Bldg.
LARGE loana our ereclalty. Btull Bros.
WANTED City loans and warraats.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1330 Farnam at.
FARM LOANS WANTED
Will make a few loans on choice .farmi
In eastern Nebraska at IV, per cent;
private money; no delay.
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
1603 Farnam St, Omaha.
CITY LOANS. Bemla-Carlberg C,
310-12, Brandels Theater Bldg.
HARRISON A MORTON, 616 Om, Nat.
(106 to J10.060 made promptly. 9. SK
Va4. Wead Bldg.. Itth and Farnam.
WANTED City loanf. Meters Trustee,
live stock Market of west
Shin live atoclc to South Omaha. Rava
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion. Lire BtoCk Cosimlsalon McrcBaata,
MARTIN BROS. A CO.. Exchange Bid
NOTICB TO CONTRACTORS,
Sealed bids will be received ud to 11
o'clock a. m. on Tuesday. October 21,
1913, for the rebuilding of the county
poor house, lately destroyed by fire, lo
cated on the county farm In Cass county,
Nebraska, three (3) miles west of Plata
nans ana speculations can ne seen at
the office of the county clerk. Platta-
mouth, Neb,, or In the office of Fisher
& Lawrie, architects, Omaha, Neb,
A certified check of 3500.00 must accom
pany each bid. County commissioners re
serve the right to reject any or ail bids.
Bias to bo ruea in tne ortico 01 tne
county clerk at Plattsmouth, Neb,
D C.. MORGAN,
Plattsmouth. Neb., September jj
"Ain't I Right?
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MATTE r? J
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
Sealed bids will bo received at the office
of the City Clerk at Schuyler, Nebraska,
up to September 1913, for tho following:
Painting staudptpe inside und out Di
ameter if feet hetght 100 feet
Painting smokestack. Diameter 3 feet,
height . 't. ....
Painting smokestack. Diameter 3 feet
height t feot , , , .
Painting roof of power houze, about
2.500 square feet. SlidlDt
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Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
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Charged with Plot
to Kill Their Father
STOCKTON, Mo., Sept 19,-Chargtd
with complicity In the murder of their'
father, 3, C, Hammons, Oscar UtmnoM,
a merchant of Dunnegan, Mo., and Albert
and Arthur Hammons, well-to-de farmers
of Cedar county, were hound over to the
criminal court here today.
The body of tho elder Uammoni, eh6w
Ing threo bullet wounds, was found In
an orchard on his Cedar county farm,
Juno 12, last The three sons were ''ar
rested recently while conducting an ad
ministrator's sale of their father) es
tate. Lloyd Hammons, a fourth son,
charged by the state with firing the
shots that caused the father's death, haa
not been found.
Tho state will attempt to Drove that the
four sons conspired to rid themselves of
their father In order to get possession of
his valuable estate. In default of $30,000
bonds tho three were taken to jail.
TO PEN FOR NOT LESS THAN
150 NOR OVER 160 YEARS
ESTANICA, N. M.,' Bept 1.-Judga
Medler In the district court here today
accepted Justtano Moya'a plea of guilty
of murder In the second degree and sen
tenced htm to the state penitentiary for
not less than UO years nor more then 160
years. Moya hilled a woman with whom
he had been Intimate, crushing his vic
tim's head with an axe.
1 OtOWTTrtC Pltt-
SHANERS OOOCrlY Km
HINTS .,oai IN TROUBLE.
mJ&mc STICK AKOWR'
im a ri awnst
AT UJHAr A6E SHOULD
A MAN MARRY ?- AT
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ASIC AM! BAdY !
FRON) 3AU.T SELfcV,
SAM RANCISCO, 0. S, A
UKB A PANCAKfc ?
DIAZ TOLD TOHURRY HOME
Instructed by. Huerta to Scturn to
PRESIDENT TO BACK CANDIDACY ?
It is Considered Possible mecntlve
Will ThroVr Ills Influence to,
General, Practically Insuring-
MEXICO CITY, Bept 19,-Instructlpn
have been sent by President Huerta. to
General Felix Dlax. who Is now In Eu
rope, to return to Mexico Immediately.
U Is expected ha will sail wtthlti a few
This fact Is learned on high authority
and It la regarded here ns Indicating
that General Huerta Intend to abide by
the paot signed at the American em
bassy last February to place no obstacle.
In the path of General Dlas In his can.
dldacy for the presidency.
It is considered possible that General
Huerta will threw his Influence to Dlax, '
whloh practically would Insure his elec
tion. The partisans of Dlax have not
ceased to labor In hi behalf and aseert
that they have organised upwards,' t
1,090 "cluba" throughout tH reullo.
Up to the present General Dlas la the
only candidate In the field. ' "j,
The CathoMa party, which Is the only
big organisation likely to put forwarafk
candidate In opposition, held a conven
tion several weeks age and adjourned
without.. amln a candidate. The 'lead
ers of that party have called another
convention for next Sunday, It is no se
cret that they favor Huerta and InUfae
previous convention .they decldetg to sup
port tho president should he- decide to
become a candidate. General Huerta;
however, haa given no Intimation of such
It is learned that the bankers, who re
cently agreed to finance the admtr.Utra
Hon to tho extent of 12.000,000 tto 15,000,00$
pesos, have declined to offer, any ho.pe
of assistance dating tyeyond the comlrig
To Be Hanged is Public,
'EL PASO, Tex., Bept. 19, Federals at
Juarea are planning a publta execution
for Francisco Villa, the rebel leader, who.
Is reported to have been captured by
Maxim Castillo, on Independent rebel
leader. The rebel chief Will be hanged
to a polo, which will be erected at tha
International bridge, and all El Paso and
Juares will be Invited by the federal ottt
clals to view the execution, accordlrir to
plans. Negotiations for a motion' plc4
plans. Negotiations are going on and
the picture will be 1 shown throughput
mchco a an oujeci lesson to wo Meni-
1 11 1 , 1 1 1 ' 1
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