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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1914)
Polly and Her
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tions, (i c0ns per lino.
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Twenty cents a minimum charge
NOTE The Uco will not bo re
Bpostfeibto for moro than one wrong
insertion due to typographical error.
Claims for error cannot bo allowed
aftejr the tenth of tho following
month. An advertisement Inserted
to b run until forbidden must bo
stopped by written order. Verbal or
telephone cancellation cannot bo ac
cepted, DEATHB AND FUNERAL NOTICES.
. WEST LAWN CEMETERY.
Most acccssfblo modorn cemetery In
Omaha. Perpetual euro of lots and single
Krs.Ves Without rhnfCA. In rmun nf Im.
medlsto need telephone Douglas 3 or
lfarney 4343 ahd our free uutomoblle Is
at your service. Tho purchaso of a sinslo
grave starts" me ownership or a family
jui vii timey .payments.
..,WEWr( LAWN CEMETEItY,
WlthnelLBldg., IStli and Harney Bit
Kith, and Lincoln Ave.
KIRJ-CEND ALL Martha. January 20,
Wit, aged 70 years 3 tnocths and 22 days.
Funeral. Thursday at 2 p. m. from
family residence. attilS North Twenty-tlrst
street Interment Forest Lawn cemetery.
Frlehdslnvlttd. Deceased is survived by
ncr nusuana, wiiuam ii. Kiraenaan, ana
five daughters, Mrs: C. 8. Wines of Kan
sas City. Mrs. J. It. Curtis of Ills Plney.
Wyd.; Mrs. Minnie It, Hwan, Mrs. Myrtlo
omun ana juts, v. sj jiiu ot umana.
died Tueadav morn
Ing at ;2S1S tason street: fonnerly re
sided at Herman. Neb.: 6S veara of asa
and Is survived by a husband, Peter
lire n,- one aaugnter ana inree sons
Thomas Uoyhtou of Marcus. Wash.
add Mrs; jd, U, Boynton, A, Boynton tlnd
il, T, Boynton ot Omaha.
Funeral Thursday morning, will leave
Kulsa tUepen undertaking parlors at
8 O'clock, to tit. Mary's church, Thirty
sixth, ami Q.streets, South Omaha, where
services win do neiu ai v o ciuck. jnier
ment n, ?ry s cem.etcr'.
HIHI'JIS AND DEATHS.
illrths-E. C. and Blanche Blundell, 302
.:ass-, enn; unaries ana isieanor ucsucty,
iMi .Nunn xweniieui, gin; jonn ana J on
nle Ksan. li'M North Twentth. boy: AI
bert and Lena Friedman. 2311 Decatur.
boy;.A.,C. and Jennto Jensen, 4308 North
Twenty-ninth, girl; Edward and .Leh
Lynch, .371 .South Twelfth, girl; George
A. and Marlon I'allncau, 823 tiouth
Deth-Marle Kaspar, 37 years, 2601
South Twelfth; Mary A. Brewster, 35
years, hospital; 13. II. Balloy, 6 years,
CIO Corby: Cliff White. S6 years. Fortieth
and Pppptatoa; Fred Tretge, s years. 219
Nbrth Twenty-second; A. C. ltayward, 27
years;. 3iu -vvooiworin; uoiores iNeaiie
bum, montns, :iw Mapie.
Permits to wed have been granted tin
Name and Addross. Age.
John J. O'Connor, ttlsle.... us
May.U, Upehcer, Mapleton, la .23
Francis Edwin Beo. Cedar Rapjds, la. 37
Malldda Banders, Cedar Raplfs, la.... 41
David. Jjtaklhs, Omaha 23
Lulu il. Mcltoy, Omaha IS
Benjamin 111 Lipoll, Brooklyn 24
Marie. Ma'dett, Philadelphia 19
George II, Heintxe, Omaha II
lua May Fjttgerald, Omaha 21
John H, Cocke, Omaha 23
0o(fhlne Bonde, Benson 22
William' Miners. Wahoo.. 31
Nellie Craig, Wahoo 33
Bann Porensfn, irvlnpton 24
Christina Petersen, irvington... 20
Jdiebh.J. Meydr. South Omaha 21
Allcq Mitchell,. South Omaha'...,...,,..., 21
WllllUm Corcoran, South Omaha 2i
Mary ulftvln, South Omaha
Cr, JUUl,t2S0S Burdette, frame, J1.W0.
ktLfr WANTED FEMALE.
Housekeepers and Domestics,
TlfZ. SERVANT GIRL PRO-EM
bULVEU The Beo will run a Servant
ulrl,lVantd-Ad FREE untU you get the
ueslre'd results. This applies to residents
of Omaha, ' South Omaha and Council
Bluffs. Bring ad to Tho Bee office or
telephone. Tyler 100Q.
WANTKDr-A good girl for general
WANXEDUigh school pr college girl
n.i iiu-vi. .v,
loom and carfare. Mrs. James Corr. 4via
WANTED A kood Kir I to woi-'t for
r.lUele Ifisotis and small wages; good
liomt for rtxht party, Webster 604X
COMPETENT girl, for general house
work; no washing. 8234 Dodge St
WAhTED--At once, girt for general
housework; tplain cooking. Red 6.151.
uuuu Hin lur s;ciirtu tiuiuanuiKi u
washing. Sit No. 41st St Harney 13l.
WAN TED Experienced maid to do
laundry work and help housemaid with
upstairs work. Mrs. Barton Millard, in
No. 2th. lUrney
YOUNG women coming to Omaha as
strata! are Invited to visit tha Youna-
WonV .Christian association building
at St Starr's Ave. and 17th St. where.
tsfcy be'alrected to suitable boarding
piaosa of etnerwtsa assisted, look tor
our travelers guiae t tne union station,
....... . .-, . . .yX!vX'l !v$& . '-.5fc'y-j' Vf '"" faHfr "?.
Pals Even in Silhouette Pa Gets the Tough Job
HELP WANTED FEMAM3
QOVKHNMENT Jobs open to mn,
women; big pay. Wrlto for list of josi
tions now available, Franklin Institute,
Dept. 217-J, Rochester. N. Y.
WOMEN Get Rovernment Jobs: big
pay. Write for list of positions now
available. Franklin Institute; Dept. 652
, Rochester, j. y.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Attenta, Salcaniru cml MOllcltora.
SALESMEN. Ke'mper. S70 Brand. Bldg.
BUILD up a business of your own.
ilne un with the house whoso goods
stand tho test and the quality of which
guarantees repeat orders. Our oldest
customers are our boat ones. Special in
ducements to hustlers. Liberal advances
on shies. Territory protected. George
Mcldrum & Co., Wholesolo Oroccrs, Chi
AN rnArli.tir(vl rnnl estate salesman.
acquainted with Omaha real ostate, who
can show clear recoru can torm cunncu
tlon With an Omaha real cstnte firm.
Applicant must bo over 30 years of age.
State rercrenccs ana terms uyun uw
you will work first letter. Address 11
tw, caro uee,
HAT,r-JMKMWnntci! bv well known
nflHitfiiftiif. hltfh.trrndA annclaltv man
to sell to manufacturers; opportunity for
big caliber salesmen; itnowieuge oi ipc-
tnru nvntAmn nn nrl vn.ntaue! commission
basis; protected territories. Address Box
Mi Chlcopto irans, Mass. ,
WANTUD Furniture hnd CSrtlAt S&16S-
man: one that understands the rue and
drapery line; State age, cxpcrlonco, salary
expected ana references, nann a uougn
Furniture. co.. tnoux uity, iowa.
Factory mill Trade.
Drug store snaps; Jobs. Knelst. Bee Bldg,
WANTHh rrni . h. aiimy Abla.
bodied unmarried men botween ages of
1 nnil X.V rttli-onn of United Mtatcs. of
good-character and temperate habits, Who
can Biifan, reuu niiu wuu i.iu MiiH.iai)
lnngUage. For Information apply, to re
cruVting bfflcer. Army Bldg.. 15th. and
Dodge Bts., umana, neo.i wi ounn on
Sioux City, la.; 409 Walnut St, Pes
Moines, i a.
BARBER TRADE Few weeks completes
finish at busiest seuson. we control
tnniv excellent nosltlons train barbers.
lakn and ocean liners, clubs and office
buildings. Our diplomas recognised Very-
ivllero. can or write, xuoicr uaruor v;oi-
lege, .no b. in hi., umana.
HELP Call Omaha Employment bureau.
OET Into thu most Drotltable business
ot todAyi the automobile business, and
neromn incienendent. uur mrco. wen.
enulpbed shops offer the opportunities' qf
lsarnlne the business by actual cxwirU
enoe on different makes of cars. Our
iwms are mouermo. Yruo or can. na
tloaal AUto Tralnlnc association. 2814 N,
Wth feH., Omaha. Neb. Tel. Webster S6U.
WANTED Man with sufficient exOo
rlenco on standard llnotvua machine to
set 2.M0 or 3.000 an hour with aood n roof a:
pnrt nlslrt .work required: must a) so bo
printer, nave good nacits. writo stal
ing -wages wanted and other particulars,
to, Hernia., yvayne. wen. ;
Card writing taught, night school. Fine
paying business soon learned. Omaha
Lettering school, 505 lice Bldg., Omaha,
automoDiio nusiness ana learn it ltltJUT,
r am more money man you ever inn no-
fate. We-liavo both u day and a night
ciass, so you navo no reason tor aeiay,
NKBUASICA AUTOMOBILE SCilOOt
1415 Dodge Ht.
. OMAHA CORPORATION.
Country Bank Cashier
.Take Position as Office Manager.
H. T. FLINT.
KM State Bank Bldg. Omaha, Neb
WANTED A farmer to take charge of
small. place wHhln 12 miles of, Omaha, to
iaao cure pi bioch. una wno aisp unaer-
stands truck fanning prcrerrcd; must
hava'Wlfo'or mother to keep house, no
objcotlon to children. Add. C 182, cara
"T- ) ' , . ,
MKN with patentable Ideas write Ran
dolph & Co., Washington, D. C.
RAILWAY MAIL CLERK "KXASlB"
everywhere February 21. Complete prep
aration w.w. write toaay. Arinur iu
pattorson, yivu service uxpert, noonost
ter. w. r.
V. I.. M ... x.l.l.lv... n vt, It.i'at,
mall nUrka- tTS iiitiiilli. Wrlta for hoaic
of information to Y 3S0, Bee.
MAM3 AND FUJI ALU.
YOU can earn 3100 monthly writing for
newspapers; experience unnecessary! par
ticulars- for stamp, empire syndicate,
jesi, Atlanta, Qa. .
WANTED A Job on farm, by expe
rienced, farm hand; married, without any
children; With good references'; every
thing furnished; state wages' In first let
ter. -.Address W. F. Baskott. Subetha,
Kan. It It. 1. r
WANTEU-Posltlon as cook In private
family, hoarding house, restaurant ,or
small hottl. Competent, painstaking and
tellable. Phone uougias ttw.
RELIABLE colored sir! would like
general housework. Call Harney X1S
from x to t p- tn.
WANTED V"ltlon as good all-around
Itrst-ciass oaser; country or tny. oou
references, box sb, superior. NeD.
YOUNG man attending Boyles college
wants -worn tor ooarn. u. iam.
DAY work wanted. Harney (132.
I BY comikttnt repairman, as chauffeur.
op repairman years' experience In
i caragoe can .giva oesi oi rcie rentes, xi.
( Tjdwinis. 2 4th Corso. Neb. city, Neb.
lh. urtvata family i experienced and can
u Amuur-ruaiuu i na iiursa ur iiiuiu
BLve Kooa rcrerenecH. mono - wen. mat.
LADY vrfcnu doyjwork. Call Doug. 4169,
YfiklNU' lady, neat antiearinc 3 vears'
nfflc nKnerlenee. deslrva noaltloii: a-ood
knowledge of office, work; can operate
any typewriter, uoukius
BUNDLE washing, Ironing, liar. 6816.
Gibson's Buffet .
322 South 16th St
Movt4 from 720 N. Kth to KM N. ICta
A new and complete line ot clothing.
p. H. Grifltlirwlg mfr .lFFrenxer IMki
Frea lanca at any news stand for 10c
M Til motorcycle messenger service.
THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY JANUARY 22, 1914.
13,000 FOR INVALIDS.
Vnur nnlr In the I.adlrn Home Jour
nal, 11.50, or Saturday Evening Post, $LB0,
or country uenueman, ilw, coninouica
from V) cents to 2 towards a fund of
$3,000 for the Invalids' Pension AsSn.
Must have 98 subscriptions In January.
Your renewals count. Mau or pnone
Douglas, 7163, Omaha.
GORDON. THE MAUAZ1ISH MAWi
HAY, J10.60 per ton. Wagner, 801 N. 16th.
ERFlELD'H index music cabinet. D. 701.
OKT il luckv WEDDDINQ 11INO from
ttnnniriAAiin'H at the SIGN of tho
CROWN, up tho. GOLDEN STAUtS, 16th
lirulAlili pmjikmt TflNK CO..
4005 Leavenworth, successor to Marshal
Cement Stone Co. Harney G383.
liRMtlVAt, Annniinrement J. C. Wood
& C6., Ihe old reliable cleaners and dyers,
to 515 B. 16th Ht. mono uouk. iui.
Wedding announcements. Doug. Ptg. Co.
nmaiii film Airh .llth nnil Douir. Mo
tion picture machlno and film bargains.
AtiTOMntnr.n for sale! Overland tour-
lrtir rnr. 1913 model, fully eaulpped and
clcctrlo lights, Including Klaxon horn and
bumper; Ubca oniy six monm, wan or
pnone, u. W. uiiiKen, s. iiraaucia uiab.,
WE make a sneclolty of auto foreduor
timtv hnllrllnir a nil nalntlnir. Highest
aunllly work. Wm. Pfelffer Carriage
Wks. D. 6922. 26th Ave. nnd Leavenworth.
$100 forfeit for any magneto wo can't re
pair, con repairing, nuypuunci. . '-'
Twn.tAn iaIIv trunk. nAnrlv neW cost
13,150; will sell cheap or trade for clear
property. I'euon s Ka-raac, '
IVTlTTTlVlV Did It THmmlng
1YXUJ. pilj WHATT Painting.
nATtQAlNS In nil makes of used motor
ycles. Victor II. Roos, "The Motorcycle
.lan." S703 Leavenworth Ht.
WRITE FOR LIST
OF SECOND-HAND MOTORCYCLES.
MICKEL'S NEBRASICA CYCm CU.,
16TH AND HARNEY.
Wo have for sale choice
mortgages on Improved
Nebraska farms bear
ing 7 per cent, ranting
In amounts from (350 to
$5,000.00 None of these
mortgages exceed SO per cent ot the mar-
net vaiue oi ino ibhim. iaii us ior
KLOKE INVESTMENT CO.,
SOI Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
TO GET In or out of business, call on
GANQESTAD, 404 Bco Bldg. Tel. D. 3477.
Freo Lanco at uny netva tnu. lvc.
TO QUICKLY sell you business or real
estate write Kennebcck Co., Omaha.
WANTED An Idea, Who can think of
some slmplo thing to patent? Protect
your Ideas; they may bring you wealth.
Wrlto for "Needed Inventions." and "How
to Get Your Patent and Your Money."
Randolph & Co., Patent Attorneys,
Washington. D. C.
30-ROOM hotel, rluht down town: aood
business; must sell account ot sickness.
Serf Ghhgestatl, 404 Bee Bldg. D. 3477.
PICTURE SHOW, In good Nebraska
town, doing good business. Unless you
haVo $2,000 to put Into business do not
answer. Cull or address 1016 N. 16th St,
FOR SALE Drug store In northwestern
Iowa, county scat town, doing a fine
business, average receipts S76 per day;
other business reason for selling. Address
Y 399, Bee.
FOR HALE Barber shop, confectionery
and soda fountain; two-story building; 60
miles from Omaha; business good; Rea
sons for selling. Address Y 398, Bee.
TO BUY Oil SELL
any business, call Business Exchange, 350
umana Nai. uanx uiag. uoug. isw.
A. A. A. TAXI CO.
RATES 32 PER HOUR.
TYLER 453. JIMM1E WARREN, Pres.
Faxton-MItchell Co.. 37th and Martha Sts.
J. C. Lawrence, D. C 2322 Howard. D. 8161
W. B. Purvlance.. D.C.. 409 Pax. Blk. D.4942
Chlnii i'alntlnir, ,
CHINA nalntlnir. outside tiring done,
Mrs. C. F- Hayncs. 1625 S. 2Sth St. D. 4990.
Grace Morris. Instructor china, water
color painting. 6tx liran. 'me. f iring tiono.
Clcnntnir und Dyeluir.
T nnV MEN'S SUITS
J-jUU1 CLEANED & PRES8ED
Fontenelle Cleaning Wks. Tel. Web. 1915.
Creameries, -Dnlrlea and Supplies.
DAVID COLE CREAMERY COMPANY.
COAL. "Johnson's Special." C.
S. JOHNSON. 18th and Ixard.
FULL dress suit's: party dresses for sale
or rent Open evenings- John Feldman.
306 N. 17th. Douglas 3128.
Historical masouerade costumes to hire
at Theo. Lteben & Sons. 1514 Howard St
Tango, social dances a specialty. D. 6807.
NEW class tor children Jan.15: enroll
now. Mackle's. 1816 Harney. D. 6416.
TURPIN'S NEW DANCING ACADEMY,
-Mli and farnam.
Now open for private lessons and
rentals. Assemblies every Tues. eve. High
school socials every Sat eve. Adult be
ginners' class Mon. and Thurs. liar. 5143.
Jewell Slmnson. Douxlas Auditorium.
Monday evening. Doug. 2424 or Web. 2491.
JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evi
dence secured In- all cases. Tyler 1136.
OMAHA Sec. Serv. Det. Agcy., bonded.
DoUglas 1319. 427-28 l'axton block.
Terry Dressmak'g college. 91th & Farnam.
MUsSturdy" J1. Doug. 7314. K6So, Nlh'.
SEWING by day. experienced Red 639S.
Dressmaking, work guaranteed. D. 3000.
A. B. C of Omaha
BDOMINAL supporters for men.
women and children. A new Idea
ma dn tn measure. Male Attendant,
4 to 6 dally. Bolen Mfg. Co., 001-303 Bos-
ion Store Bldg. u. zw?. .
ELL DHUO CO. New location, 1316
Farnam. Kverytning new. uia pnone
Douel&a 7623. Come, call or write.
KERR Abstract Co., 305 8. 17th St.
Better be safe than sorry. Havt
tfnpi. An vrnp IttlA urni-lf.
PIIOTOORAPHER. W. W. Scott-Takss
photographs anywhere, any time. S18
VACUUM cleaners, every type, sold.
Sanitary Service Co., Tel. Douglas
TTriS rent, ,epalr, soli needles and parts
yv (or an sewing machines,
n V U. , .lilt. , ,
Harney Sts. 'Douglas 10C2.
FIRST CLASS. 2417 Dodge St. Red 73S4.
Day dressmaking; alterations. Benson 494.
Dressmaking by day. Miss Burns. D. 6844.
Everything for "Women.
Plumes made over, cleaned, dved, curled..
Bertha Kruger, 429 Poxton Blk. D. 8394.
Ladles' tailoring, guar. II. 2977, 3229 CUm'g,
A. DONAQHUE. 1623 Harney. Douff.lOOL
HESS & SWOBODA, 1416 Farnam St
L. HENDERSON,-1619 Farnam. D. 1258.
BATH'S florists, Boyd Theater Bldg.
HARDWOOD floors, obi doors refln
lEhed. T. Q. Holt. 812 Park AVe. H. 6903.
1'alntlnir and Decorating.
Painting and paperhangtng. TeL W. 6167.
IL A. Sturges, 630 Brandeis Thea. Bldg.
D. O Barncll. Pax,ton Blk. Tol. Red 7117.
PLUMBING and heating. Fischer &
Connell. 1318 William St. DoUglaa 5737.
DOUGLAS Printing Co. Tel. Doug." 644.
WATERS-BARNHART Ptg. Co., qual
ity printing. Tel. Duug. 3190. 624 S. 13th.
Stores nnd Office. Fixtures.
Desks, sates, scales, showcases, . shelv
ing, etc. Wo buy, we sell. Oniaha Fixture
and Supply Cd.. .414-16-18 8. 12th; D. 2724, ' -
Stovcn, Furnaces and Repairs.
NEW furnaces,. Marvel, Bxcelfilor aha
Douglas: Hero school room heaters: Em.
press and Sultan steam and hot water
boilers, thermostats, tank heaters and
asbestos covering. OMAHA STOVE RE
PAIR WORKS. 1206-8 DoUglas. Tyler 20.
Sheet Metal Works.
CARTER Sheet Metal works, 110 S.. lQth.
Trunks nnd Suitcases.
FRELING & STBINLE. 1803 Fhrnam St
AVIiica and Liquors.
WILLOW Springs beers, liquors, clgarx.
sandwiches. Alox Jetes, 201-3 S. 43th' St.
GET your screens rewired at lowest
Iirit-eu. uummer as ocianuer, Mlfi 8. 23d
Phono Tyler 1191.
THE MID-WJJNTER. TERM,
OF BOYLES COLLEGE
IS NOW OPEN In both the day anil
night school In Omaha and Council
Bluffs, yet It Is not too late to; enter.
Begin now and receive that mentiil train
ing that will double your earning ca
pacity. "I-will absolutely guarantee
a good position for every
graduate of the Business
and Shorthand or .Telegra
phy Departments of either
of my big schools. Mori
than that. J will .secure a
placft for any young man or
woman to work for his or
her board whllo attending
It suh position Is desired.
U. a BOYLES.'!
Cornplete courses In Business, Book
keeping. Stenography, Stenotypy, Teleg
raphy, Civil Service and Salesmanship,
Tho catalogue is ready. Call, write or
phone for it Boyles College, llth and
Hatney Sts., Omaha, Neb.
Unsurpassed classes In all business and
English branches, shorthani, stenotypy
nnd typewriting. Students admitted at
any tune. Graduates guaranteed good
positions. Places provided tor young peo
ple to work for board. For a nnw free
catalogue address Mosher-Larapmatl col
lege. 1615 Farnam St. Omaha. "Set.
A' V. ML BV UlfbUUIII. O. 1V.1I, U 11
limited scholarship in Boyles , Business
college. Omaha; good for either short-
u,n vj I I n .. n ...... - , , , 1 1 .tta .
nana or uusiness cqursa. vppiy tne
itttc of umaha Beo. .
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE.
lloraea and Vehicles.
FOR BALE 3 registered Percheron Btal
llon. 1 German coach, lmpdrted; 4 mam
moth Jacks, black, white points, burbort
red turkev toms. sInKle-comb buff OlplnK-
ton cockerels. Hcrshey Sc Adams, Keytcs-
LOST AND FOUND
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
Persons having lost some article would
do well to call up the office of the Omaha
& Council Bluffs Street Railway com
pany to ascertain whether they left It In
the street cars.
Many articles each day are turned In
and the company Is anxious to restore
them to the rightful owner. Call Doug
MONEY TO tfOAK.
MONEY FURNISHED SALARIED
tiL-nm i? o nil,,, im.tn thrir nwn
names; rates cheap, easy payments. Nor-
ton & Co.. 333 Hoard of Trade Building.
J. WHITE, licensed, bonded pawnbroker;
money on personal valuables. MS N Hth.
l.cJn diamonds. Gross Jewelry &
yaCoan Co., 410 No. W(v SW,
Drawn for The Bee by
YtYnbYZ? .v.- v. v.. ,.;r
.-.tv.-.w.-.-.-.-.y.-. . .-T. !.;..-.
MONEVT TO LOAN.
NATHAN'S LOAN OFI
Licensed and bohded pawnbroker, loans
money on all pctsodal valuables. 109 8. IS.
Loans on Jewelry, etc., VA on diamonds.
Ooldstlne's "Old Stand," 1315 Douglas.
Dr. Baker Medical -Offices.
DISEASES OF WOMEN. ,
Consultation, nnd examination tree.
210 South 14th Street. Omaha. Neb.
Piles, Fistula' Cured
Dr. K. K. Tarry cures plica, fistula and
other rectal diseases without surgical
operation. Cure guaranteed and no
money paid until cured. Write for boon
on rectal diseases ,wlth testimonials.
DR. B. R. TARRY. 240 fiea Bldg.. Omaha.
OFFERED FOR RENT.
Apartment itinl Flats.
BARGAINS-FLATS & APARTMENTS,
2033 Howard. 4-r.. vertr close In. 330.
1007 S. 30th Ave., 6-r., choice location,
609 S. 19th, 6-r;, very close In, first-class
106 8. 36th, beautiful 8-r. brick dwelling,
West Farnam district, J42.B0.
3115 Pacific. 5Jr. strictly modern heated
upanmeni, cnoico residence district, ISO.
o- o. ism, cnoice s-r. apartment in new
building, strictly modern and up-to-date.
Let Janitor show you through. 327.60 and
PAYNE & B LATER COMPANY,
616 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
REDUCED FOR WINTER.
318,-6-r. flat. 1202 N. 2Uh; coty. D. 1512.
STRICTLY high grado S-room moders,
steam heated apartment on West Far
nam St, with Janitor service.
JUMM w. HUHHINB. 1502 FARNAM ST.
219 N. 11th St. Phone Douglas 394.
TWO 6-room flats, .2545 Cap. Ave. D. 45.
1S0D FARNAM t rooms, completely mod
ern; suitable location for offices, studio.
ueiuui or uroasiiiaKin rooms, .etc, lor
tenants wishing homes adjoining. Hall
Dlst Co.. 433 Ramge. Douglas 740&
ALT, trtfiflnm tvltti 4elrilfn amln..i
first floor. Lorraine Aparts.,- 17th and
Maple Sts. Mengedoht. Web. 3713.
6-ROOM and 'reception hall, ne.itiv nnw.
Completely mod. 3122 Cass. Tel. B. 353W.
DOWN TOWN HEATED APARTMENT.
J45.00 7-r., 619 So. 16th St, strictly mod
ern, fine repair.
Phone D. 766. 902Ctty Nat. Bank Bldg.
Hoard' and ItouisS.
RHRINEn Eletrkntly rtirnlnhed rooms:
excell't board: -STEAM HEAT: hot water.
Hates reasonable: 324 S. 26th St. II. 6137.
GOOD room . and. board, 624 North 18th.
iwj .irvvxvn. w.v a., uuiu auu wuoi u iui
one or two young men In very deelrabto
home; must bo neon to be appreciated.
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4 Am i- a TJtr a trir. wt... t.m m.t at,..
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FURNISHED ROOt Room with pri
vate family; good Ideation, near Farnam
car line. Tel. H. S903L .
Hotels and Aparifcfceslts.
DODGE HOTBK-'Moderni reasonable.
llouaes and Cottages.
shipped. 16th and Jackson Sts. Doug. 1316.
MAGGARD VAN AND BTORAUE CO.
packs, moves, , stores and ships household
coods and piahos. DoUglas "1439.
"H'rtncoa in all parts of tha city.
JtlOUSea crelKh Sons & Co.. Baa Bldg.
16U HALL AVE.-7-r.. modern: 130. ,
Tin-i iTnHnrwnnA.Ave.. Dundee: 8-r.: 60.
THOS. F. HALL. 433 Ramge Bldg. D. 7406.
FOR RENT Two-story trame dwelling,
on Cass, near 28thJ modern. Crelghton
university. Do'Uglas 2320. . .
1 P Rood Exp.. Co., furniture moving.
o.j. xieea Tw ,men. u hour, d. am
SPLENDID place- corner lHth and Wirt
No better neighborhood. First class and
beautiful Fino garage. See It W. !17.
316-1316 Pierce. City water; gas. D. 4S1Z.
A rVt T!TT fit vftrnnt haUSfaa.
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apartments and flats that Are for rent
This list Is compiled dally. You will be
furnished a list frSe of charge by calling
Douglas 4163. Omaha Van & Storage Co.,
804 s. lGth St -
CENTRAL, all mod., 7-r. house: warm
in winter, coot in summer, su- ss. -hi.
trrm iiKNTThe riffle an urountl floof
ot The Bee building occupied , by the
oh Farnam St, and occupying about 1,004
BMUUie icei, Wlkil ajkliu, Vlliiuuva uu tiia
court of the building. Large vault Fills
office fixtures for sale. Apply N. r.
til. Be of flea.
1607 DAVENPORT, UxiA Iflmy 6061,
NEAR 40tii and CUMING
8-room, east front, 1 block car lines.
Oak trim and fireplace, first floor, 333.
O'KEEFE -REAL E8TAT.E CO.
1016 Omaha Nat .DoUKlus 2715,
Stores and Ufttcca.
DESK room. Mertz, 870 Brandeis Bldg.
1811 FARNAM' ST., 3,000 square feet;
180SH4 Farnam-St.,-1.SJ0 su.Uoro feet; 1W7-lKC-lSU
Farnam Ht (basement), 8.UUU
square feet, both , Farnam St. and alley
entiances; abundant light, steam heat.
THOS. F. HALL, 433, Ramge Bldg. D, 7106.
One-halt ot a larje, well lighted ground
floor office In Boe Bldg. 218 So. 17th St.
Barn tor llcnt.
Barn, suitable fbr ten cars. 2226 Howard,
OFFERED FOR SALE.
HAVE 11,000 PJayor piano; perfect con
dition; shows no wear scarcely; see It
and you will appreciate It Now In stor
age. 'Phono Harney 6017. t
Must dispose ot electrla piano now In
storage. Excellent condition. Plays stand
ard M-noto music. Cost new STU0. If dis
posed of within the next tew days will
take 3175, Including, storage. 'Phone J.
W. Smith, Red .5331. Can be seen at
warehouse py appointment.
Must dispose ot Hlnxe Piano now tn
storage. Will sell cheap. 'Phone Doug.
7V3I. Piano in excellent condition.
l rent iteminKtona. luonarcns ana cmlln
Prenfiers of their makers. The Remington
' Typewriter Cu. Telephone DoUbIss 1M4.
ver newest and highest grad machlno
tent out Rates, three, months for tS for
understroxs machines, or w per month
(or latest model visible writers.
OFFERED OR SALE.
Typewriters sold, rented, repaired. Cen
tral Typewriter Exchange. 307 S. 17th St
TYPEWRITERS sold and rented every
where, L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter
Company, 1S19 Farnam St.. Omaha. Neb.
SAFES Overstocked, second-hand, all
makes. J. J. Dcrlght Safe Co., 1212 Farnam.
'FOR SALE New and second-hand
carom nnd pocket billiard tables and
bowling alleys and accessories; bar fix
tures of all kinds; easy payments. The
Brunswlcke-Balke-Collender Co., 407-409 S.
FOR SALE at a discount, a full, un
limited scholarship In Boyles Business
college, Omaha; good for either short
hand or business course. Apply at the
office of Omaha Bee.
FOR SALE Baled alfalfa. II. 1106. W.
"fcft (10 Buys Best Coal for tho money; try
;pu.uu ,t Web m Hnrmon Xs weeth.
FOR SALE An engineer's level, K. and
E. Apply Her Grand Hotel. R. W.
G. K. DINJIAN gives Carlsbad electric
light bath, violet ray massage for rheu
matism, gout, lumbago, la grippe and neu
ralgia. 448 Brandeis Theater Bldg. D. 863.
THE Salvation Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture, mag
azines. Wo collect. Wo distribute. Phone
uougias 4135 and our wagon will call,
Call and inspect .the new home, 1U0-U12
1114 Dodge St.
YOUNG women coming to Omaha as
strangers are invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association hulldlnir
at 17th and St. Mary's Avo., where they
will be directed to suitable boarding
places or otherwise assisted. Look for
our travelers- aid at the Union Station..
MASSAGE Miss Walton, rnnm 224 Nn
vllle block, 16th & Harney. Phone D. 4297.
MASSAGE. 109 S. 17th St. Mrs. Steele,
MASSAGF,Swedlsn movement. 418
mnooAUL 3ee n)(Jfr Douglas 6372.
Massage. Miss Halloran. 223 Neville blk
63-DAY BLOOD REMEDY.
Bexten Pharmacy, 12th and Dodge.
LAURA WILSON, bath. mass. D. 875L
j3LECTRIC'IASSAaB BATH. 214
jjuuv;xinv;ialn) Bldfj, Miss Burns.
MISS FISHER, mass., clec. treat D. 43S0.
Elec. mass., bath. 214 Balrd Bldg. 17 & D,
Turkish bath. maBS.Dqvldge blk. D. 6895.
MAGNETIC Trt, 1S29 Vinton. D. 6026.
Cash for Diamonds. 8. F., 350 Om.- Nat
MRS. SNYDER, Electric Trt D. 4380;
rOULTHY AND SUPPLIES.
FOR SALE White Ornlneton cocknl
ABSTRACTS. OF TITLES.
REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract
onico in NebraBKa. 206 Brandeis theater.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Residence - $6,500
This Is ono ot the holdings of the
CHARLES TURNER ESTATE and is a
very substantially built, 8-room modern
house, with auarter sawed white oak fin
ish, with heavy oak paneled doors, first
floor.; four good sized bedrooms and bath
room socond floor; two mantles with coal
grates in house; also extra lavatory.
Full cemented basement with brick nar
tltloned walls and excellent furnace; lot
60 by 136 feet
Adjoining houses worth from 315.000 to
$25,000. Immediate possession. Key at our
omce. rno. -u s. x:a tit.
George & Company
Phone D. 766.
902 City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Back of High School
On Capitol Avenue
We offer an eight-room, all mod
ern house In good condition, with
full lot and small stable, for $5,250.
Call us up and we will give you tlio
location of this property. No better
location on the street; walking dis
tance and all right property.
A. P. Tukey & Son
441-442 Board of Trnde Bldg.
Phone Doug. 2181.
Southwest corner ot 49th and
Burt Sts., two beautiful 5 and 6
room bungalows facing east; paving
all paid; houses up-to-date, with
oak floors, beamed ceilings, built-in
buffets, everything the very best, at
prices cheaper than you can buy the
lots and build the houses. Open
today for inspection; $3,600 and
$4,100, on easy terms.
Payne & Slater Co.
616 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
6-room all modern cottage, gas and elec
tric llchts. furnace, cemented cellar, fin
ished attic, paved street. Two blocks
from North 34th street car. 32.600.00. THIS
310-312 Brandeis Theater Bldg.
House to Be Moved
Will bo sold for the highest bid re
ceived on or before January 34. Large
substantia! frame dwelling at 25th and
Douglas Sts., facing west.
AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANY..
17th and Douglas Sts. Douglas WIS.
For quick sale wo have an eight and
a five-room houre as well located as any
In tho city that can be had at a price
to make some money for the purchaser.
Come In and see us.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Doug. 1781. Ware Block.
TO BUY, SELL OR RENT. FIRST SEE
JOHN W. BOBBINS, 1KB FARNAM BT.
l'llOI'EIlTV FOn SALH.
Special Offer for
It la l little or,-.. r. -ll
which promises to be unusually good
this year, and ns nn Indnro mnnt fnr
early buyers, and In order to clean up
on some' of the very best dwellings ever
uum oy us, wo nave concluded to maKc
a special Inducement on the properties
listed below, for a period of ten davs
Three 6 and 7-room, elegant two story
dwellings, one block west of Hanscom
lark, In n choice neighborhood. Thcee
dwellings havo fireplaces, tllo -bathroom
floors, splendid sleeping porches and
nrany other conveniences not In the or-
ainary nomc; built by day labor; beauti
ful shade trees In front of the lots:
paved street paving paid. Everything
absolutely tip top.
Ono 6-room bungalow, all on one floor,
two blocks north of Hanscom park. Ideal
plan; first class location; paved street,
One 6-room modem cottage near Sher
man Ave. carline. Splendid arrangement:
eusi ironi tot.
Ona 5-room bungalow near 27th & Pratt,
on paved street, full south front lot.
Beautiful bungalow, with press brick
fireplace. French doors separating living
room from front bodroom.
uno 6-room bungalow near 22d & Fow
ler Ave., on paved street; south front
lot. This is a choice bungalow, having
two bedrooms and bathroom upstairs,
extra bedroom or den downstairs.
Tho above described dwelling are all
brand new, modern, well built through
out, and each has oak finish in the llv.
lng room and dining room. Complete de
tails of any of these properties furnished
upon application. This is a genuine re-ductlon-ln-prlce
proposition, good for ten
oays om-( alter wnicn time we will ad
lere stritlly to tho regular prices. U
you are Interested In buying n first
class homo at a liberal reduction from
tho regular price, Investigate this offer
SCOTT & HILL CO.
Douglas 1009. 307 McCague Bldg.
Good Corner Near
90x100 feet at the corner of 24th anil
Ogden streets. All sneclnla In. On flip
car lino. Fine location. Just reduced from
32,700 to 32,150 for quick sale. Investigate
ar onco as mis price is right and will
be picked up quickly.
George & Company
Phone D. 756. 902 City Natl. Bank Bldg.
MAP OF OMAHA 8TREETS. indexed:
also Omaha red book, vest pocket size.
rreo at our orrice; two stamps by mail.
Charles E. Williamson. Real Estate. In
surance, caro of property, Omaha,
7-ROOM, all modern- flat, furnished
throughout; rooms all filled; permanent
tenants; splendid location, close In; rea
sonable rent Douglas S7SS.
FARM JL RANCH LANDS FOR SALE.
FARM FOR SALE A snap, 1,642 acres
In the famous Mooso Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Canada, district. In high state of culti
vation. Good buildings, horse and cattle
Btables, granaries. Implement sheds, J
houses, etc.; 7 miles fencing, telephones.
Heavy clay loam with clay subsoil. Sev
eral thousand trees planted, up to 30 feet;
2H miles from railroad at Tuxford, flour
ishing village; 4 elevators; 16 miles from
Moose Jaw. One mile frontage on Buf
falo lake: 345 per acre. Owner retiring
from farming. G. S. Tuxford, Box 861.
Moose Jaw. Saskatchewan. Canada.
FLORIDA small farms at wholesalo
prices while they last; 315 an acre, pay
able 50c acre per month, buys five, ten,
or twenty acres on railroad near Jack
sonville. Has sold for 340 and up. Want
to close out few remaining furms quickly.
Extraordinary opportunity. Land value
and title guaranteed. Write owner, W,
K. SUgh, Barnett building, Jacksonville,
200-ACRE IOWA FARM,
31 MILES FROM
.$85 PER ACRE
An Omaha citizen has a farm of 320
acres In western Iowa out of which he
wants to sell 200 acres. About 60 acres
of this land is rough, tho balance lying
about llko the average farm near Omaha;
24 acres of tho rough land Is In alfalfa,
tho balance tn pasture; 240 acres under
the plow and 20 acres In clover.
This land has been well farmed, as
much as 90 acres having been In clover
at ono time. It rents for one-half of
tho crop all through, tho owner furnish
ing small grain seed. No buildings ex
cept corncribs and granary. Will sell
the west 200 acres at 385, or the east 200
acres at 382.50 per acre. Owner wants to
keep 120 acres. Terms, cash, balance
10 years at 5V4 Per cent No trades.
Don't assume that this Is rough or poor
land because tho price Is low. Let us
show It to you.
J. H. Dumont & Co.
1603 Farnam St. Phono Douglas 690.
POSSESSION March 1; 160 acres threo
miles from Thayer, Neosho Co., Kan.;
well Improved and a Candy; school at
corner; 60 acres grass, balance plowed;
nnly 35,600; 32.600 down, terms on balance.
Write me or come, will rent or sell In
next ten days. Wm. Bobbins, Thayer,
2S0-ACRE farm 35 miles worn Minneapo
lis, Hi miles from a good railroad town
part under cultivation, balanco meadow
and pasture land; good soli; good eight
loom house, worth 13,000; barn, granary,
torn cribs, cattle sheds, machine sheds,
tc; 11 cows, 30 head of steerB and heif
ers, three horses, hogs, chickens, com
plete set ot farm machinery, buggies,
wagons, sleds. 50 tons of hay, 1,200 bas
kets of corn. 150 bushels mixed grain,
175 bushels potatoes. In fact everything
on the farm goes.' except the furniture;
price 112,000; on-halt cash.
K'ts Plymouth Bldg. Minneapolis. Mlnr
FOR SALE-210 acres In Clay county;
Minnesota, five miles from Barnesvllle;
all under cultivation, good soil, rood
buildings. 360 per acre Write A. M.
Baker, Barnesvllle. Minn.
MINNESOTA soil map; government
reports, natural subsoil every district,
rainfall, temperatures, frosts, invalua
ble, mailed. 25c Akerson, Drawer 13,
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