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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1914.
WANT WESTERN LAND 7 NICK L.BV
el lots In, good central Nebraska town,
worth JMOO, and J30O cash for a Rood,
clear, level piece of land western Neb.,
near some railroad town. Glvo full par
ticulars of what you have In first letter.
D. It. Buck & Son, 91: Omaha Nat. lik.,
WILL SWAP HOUSEHOLD FURNI
ture for good residence lot: would be
willing to pay dlfforcnce In payments.
Furniture good as new. Address S. O.
REMINGTON No. 6. Aluminum frame;
good as new; cheap for cash. Address
S. C. 948. Uee.
HAVE AT CORNER OF FRANKLIN
Ave and Fourth Ave South, Minneapolis,
five stores renting for from JJO to $$
each. Also In rear same one and one
half story dwelling rents for IIS In good
location and repair, worth 1125,000. Will
trade for Income proKsrty, Omaha or
Lincoln, or farm. Also new hay loader
and mower; would take small hay balor
or hogs or cattle, close In land. Also
three lots in Jacksonville, Ha., for ten
acre suburban or cheap Omaha house.
Trash not considered, mine Is good. S.
C. S62. Bee.
WANT VACANT LOT AS FIRST PAY
ment for choice of several new cottages
and bungalows, balance Uko rent; also
can use 6-passonger automobile, 1S13 or
'14. Address S. C. 933, Bee,
FOR SALE AT A liAl'.UAIN ALCO
chassis. Will make a first-class ton
or ton and half truck. In good condi
tion. This Is going to be a bargain for
someone. Write S. C. 931, Bee, for par
ticulars and demonstration. Price. tMX
CEMENT BLOCK MACHINE AND
pallets, used little, 4-h.p. Cushman en
gine nearly now. Want dining room
table, kitchen cabinet or other furniture,
or what have you? Address, S C, 919,
WANT GOOD AUTOMOBILE, 6-PAS-senger,
for good store building and 1,003
worth of machinery, on business street;
property rented" by year. Must go at
once. Address, S. C. 992. Omaha Bee.
TWO HOUSES ON CORNER LOT IN
north part of city; will trade for some
thing in southwestern part. Address S.
ANOELL'S PIANO PLAYER AND A
large assortment of music What have
you? S. C. 706, Bee.
FINE MULLIN STEEL LAUNCH FOR
sale or trade. Consider anything. Ad
dress S. C. P68. care lwe.
THREE PAIRS OF RABBITS FOR
sale or trndo Address s. .. wot, Bee.
NEW NO. 5 U C. SMITH TYPE
wrlter for salo or trade. What have
you 7 s. C. 976, Boe.
NEW NO. 5 UNDERWOOD TYPE
wrlter for sale or trade. What have you
to offer7 s. C, 74, uoo.
WHAT IIAVJ3 YOU TO TRADE FOR A
good grocery and meat market Invoice
about J,000. S. C. 977, Ueo.
typewriter for salo or trade. What ;
have you? S. C. 975. Bee.
FOR EXCHANGE A NICE CLEAR TQCM r-O K1 v fAR -.-wm
building lot. Fairfax addition, 41st and JLcSllaDlC WlTlC6S
Bpauldlng, for diamonds, automobiles or
what have you? Address S. C. 703. Bee. jjt
MY L. C. SMITH &. BROS. TYPE- r-j 1 1 .
wrltor, lute model, used very little; must r QnTI 1 n P rvS4r0
sell this week; first reasonable offer gets IVaOWliaUlC XYClLCo
it Address S C. 918. care Bee.
HAVE S0-FOOT HOSE. LAWN MOWER, 1U 1110
rake and other lawn tools will swap for T) x. T l 1
some furniture What have you? Ad- JjcSL L.OCtlTPCl
dress 3. C. 704. Bee. J-zwv-'i'.
OFFEKED FOK RENT - i , . .-i -i.
irrrz Coolest Building
7-ROOM new modern brick flat 2614 ;,, Amoi,
Dodge. tr. d. 440. in uniniia
FOR RENT Fine 6-room St. Louis flat. TH Ts- Diit'U,'v,.
662 S. 26th Ave. Tel. D. 21SS or H. 369. 1 J16 Jt5ee JDUllQing
B-r. modern flat. $22. 2308 S. 24th. H. 4711.
FOR RENT Seven-room St Louis flat (Tll building that Is always now)
Box si" DoC,Se S,T F' B Kennard' Lock Superlntondonfs Office, Room 103.
CHOICE 6-room apartment In the Loren- . ,
zen. 3lBt and Dewey Ave. Harney 3216. "
120. desirable 4-r. St. Louis flat, brick; 8. REAL ESTATiC
E. exposure. Hanscorr. park. H. 3f86. FARM .t RANCH LANliy port SAI.n
1 6-ROOM flat; mod. ex. heat; 1660 N. 20th.
Conrad Young, 322 Brandels Theater. lovw.
Douglas 1571; $15. o 220-ACRE stock or dairy farm, near Coun-
FIVE-ROOM apartment The Chula menUB1UIfIesJt!gat3eehTsrl:arn.,ml5IyVe&
Vista, 30th and Poppleton. Conrad Hcgs Co.. 123 Pearl St., Council Bluffs.
Young, 322 Brandels Theater. Douglas ,100 LAND FOR $S0 PER ACREi
200 acres Harrison Co., Iowa, small
Pi t'-J. A .-..4--4- house, barn, well, fenced, 25 acres alfalfa,
OL. Lvlal 6 Dar LlTl IS 30 acrs Pasture, rest under plow; 3 miles
wu. ViUl AO-JJUi cast Plsgah. Price, $65. Mtg., $7,400 ut 7
23d and Harney, Just completed 2. 3 and 4 per cent. Nordqulst & Storek, 322 Neville
rooms. Har. 647 or Douglas B505. nik.
OGDEN ANNEX rooms, with kitchen- I milium.
tttes. Council Bluffs. NR. Elkhart Ind.. 120 acres fine land;
CHOICE 5-room apartment In the Loren- good lmpts.; orchard; near lake; bar-
ten. 31st and Dewey Ave. Harney 2316. gain at $7,800. Also several choice email
NEW brick apartments, ready to move farms, same county. T. F. Andrews, UU
Into; completely furnished, dishes and Magnolia Ave.. Chicago.
all; 4 rooms, $6 per week; 2 rooms, $3 ...
per week. Call Douglas S711 during office .
hours . TODD County or creameries, corn and
: . clover. For Information wute Van Dyke
f" rvr rii "7"ot (s MoVlnK. & Van pyke- Lo"g Prulrle. Minn.
VjOrUOIl V all 0p.acklnK FOR Sale 200 acres. 45 miles from Min-
oiu .t .... o. r.i. ,.0rn' neapolls, 1 mile from town; 16) acres
219 N. 11th St Phone D. 394 or H. 6913. Undor cultivation, balance used for pas-
jK-t y tt . o -. turoa; can practically all bo cultivated;
I tIORP V 7TrirVCVC (TP heavy soil; good set buildings, consisting
JlJU V aiJ.CX.vJLJl ClgC of 8-room house, lurgo barn, granary,
Storts, moves, packs and ships; 3-horse cotncrlbs. etc; tho land will produco 60
van and 2 men 4126 nor hour- stnrMPH bushels of corn per acre; telephone In
Per amontrti.i& hou.es country thickly settled; complete
Phone Douglas 433S and Tyler 230. "f1 ,r machinery; 27 head of stock, con-
ri w rT, rn n . . slstlng of eleven cows, bulance 1 and 2-
Ito : -t 9;r;' S.,Lmo!." nJ5v if" year-olds; six good horses; 25 hogs; chick-
is?,min'ih i mrArtnuLdn'faptt-,r??'-W' Bn8i one-half of this year's crop and
im n 2 V.mm;Ff k'. '7W' everything on the farm goes at $50 per
1114 No. M st, 4-r., mod. flat , $17. acre, half cash. Schwab Bros.. 102S Ply-
RASP BRO&. Doug. Ifo3. mouth Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
241S Leavenworth St., water, sewer, gas .
$r U? er'0mnneth,y paln,eU and dtcora'ed. if y0U conteraplete buying land In Mtn-
JL.jJ per raona nesotu wrlto u8 tor at oi dependabla
J-2512 Leenwg-St937- ftrSted It WhUt CUnty yU Ure ,n'
Ba,VUTlFUL five-room apartment; West MINNESOTA FARM LANDS' ASSOCI-
Farnam district Tel. Harney 45. , , A,TI9N. (Incorporated).
SIX rooms and bath, brick block, 10th T7ioVCFIcVrLTANDgo,Ra1A,N?:
and Hickory, 6 blocks south of Union ZATION OF MINNESOTA
depot; water rent paid. For particulars,
call at 27o2 S. 10th St.; references re- Momma
quired. $15. .Montana.
i THE FAMOUS JUDITH BASIN.
. . 210 N. 19TH ST. I have 6,000 acres of land for sale In
Right downtown. 6 rooms, modern. this fertile section at from $10 to $60 per
a. O'KEEFK REAL ESTATE CO., acre. Write or inquire of L. B, Divers,
10H Oniuha National. Douglas 2715. Hobson. Mont o
mrV&"?,I,9,El Fh&T. i"' ' BIG MONTANA RANCHES.
Tf IE STANDARD cannot bet these010111211011 purposes 'ou
il" .Vj?n.ny "eparate house. . No. 7. 13,000 acres at $15.
VERY DESIRABLE ALL YEAR. No. 8. 14,000 acres at $13.
A real money saver. No. 9, 0,000 ucres at $9.
T. J. HOQK. 1101 N. lMh St Write at onco for lull description of
Mountain valley farms and ranchoj.
. Uonru una lioum. ARTHUR I HASE. Generul Agent.
LARGE modern parlor, reas. 1618 a 10th. B48 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg, Omaha, Neb.
NICE cool rooms, home cooking, reason-
able. 2037 Dodge. v ork
lloaaekeenliiic Room.. NEW YORK ALFALFA FARMS FOR
A suite or rooms, strictly mod. Refer- SALE.
ences. 1802 Farnam. Apt 7. Davldge blk. Your first payment Is your first step
i.ri.t ,, ,. , r; toward prosperity und Independence, 225
t atn'&i J V?5 i ,Jlow,,,.? a" tm. one mile from dandy railroad
nJ.i "ttf hi?usSn,cep,lo1f',a.llum0d- village, with 35 cows. Price $30 per acre.
Reasonable. Tel. R. 8703. 1916 Webster. Never beforn has o little money been
Furnnlicii liuuu... able to buy such a bargain, 92-acre farm,
6- ROOM modern house; furnished. H2J RIVERSIDE STOCK FARM.
Plnkney St Tel. Web. 700L lW-acre farm. 1 mlle to village, 14 to
FOR July and Aueu.t, a mcely furnished 5a""a Ith1rcoow:i0lnPCr aCr' W'th CWfl
FurnUUeU HonaekecplnK Room.. ,. B. MUNSON,
THREE nicely furnished rooms, and gas Mas b- Sallna St byracuse. N. Y.
range. 2224 Pratt St. Web. 3313. . .
lU7if MktUi,-'&ni!ni Vn'-Tn M ACRES of deeded, also 100 acres
m'S Hdfrrl"htn "10" ep ing. In Hancom ,,chool latu, wllh a jo.year lease; two
park district on car line. Call Har. 4573. eU ot impro'vements. wells, hog houses,
Pnrnlabed Kuoma. Sood ell. etc -1 2H acres orchard; Zft
COTTAGE. Y. M C A. nark. Doug. 4511. miles from good town of 750 Inhabitants.
, " ' . Z, hi Prlce- l,er aora Adjoining lands sell
2401 HARNEY, front room, walking dls- for jos nnd $75 per acre. Terms. Phono
tance; rent reasonable. m m, Wolbach. Call or address. L. E.
COOL front sleeping rooms, reasonable. L.. Owner Wfolbach, Neb.
Tel. Red 8703. 1915 Webster. UUY A FARM FOR THE BOY!
LARGE cool room with excellent board $5 You can get in on that WW.Oj0.bushel
week: shady porches, lawn. Har. 6539. wheat yield by buying Nebraska Farm
. No. 18, 106 acres at $32.60, with 75 acres In
Hotels nnd Apnrtnit-jiU. wheat and oats. Seeing Is buying. Write
SSrSi? nTHr frirT t0layXnTHUR CHASE. Sole Agent
CAVe,k?yRmte W&Af. pgugla'ioSl"- m maha Wttt nMg' maha'
"'" " Cottnues. UANCJI FOR SALE.
J.O.REEDf"- Coji Plan jfSk 1920 acres, all fenced and cross
- ""f?YrDnM- W,271S fenced; two good wells and reser-
rirtO-Brlcic, 130 dth St. just north of vnir nnri tanks- 200 acren nndpr
Farnam. Owner. 206 Ramr Bide. vo,r,8 "na "J8; fcrf8 Under
Phone Douglas 2221. tultlvatlon and foncod In three pas-
7- ROOM bouse, facing Hanscom park, tureB nM ln one body: compara
modern. $37. m. Phone Harney 159S. lively all level land; eleven miles
2SS4 binney ST., 5 rooms, all modern, from Grant, the county seat; level
$25 or for sale on easy terms. roads to town.
67J S. 28 St, near Dewoy Ave., 8 rooms. p m WILLIAMS nwn.r
$32.60. key at 674. E. IL Benner. 7 c WILLIAMS, Owner,
Ramse Blk. D. 7405.-O. Grant, Neb.
OFFERED FOK ItEXT
11 mi a ex nnil CoUukcr.
NEW and nifty S-room burgnlow.
Kountse place. 9007 N. S8d, KX. Will re
FOR COLORED JUST PAPERED.
t 9 mm Pierce, i rooms, part modern.
$10 fTPfi Hurt, 4 rooms, good location.
Stmege and Van
Co. Uoods stored,
slipped. 16th and Jackfon St. Doug. 1518.
EIGHT-ROOM, all modern homo. 933
FREE RENTAL LIST.
Complcto "for rest" list of houses.
partmen'a and flats on file at our office:
no chargo whatever. Union Outfitting
Co., 1G til and Jackson Sts.
12-HOOM modern house with barn; hot
wuter heat. 618 Harney 8t Inquire T.
J. O'Brien. II. 1094. D. 1218.
(-ROOMS, all modern, nearly now, cheap
to dfslrahlH tenant Harney 5017.
NEW all mod. 7-room house f8l corner
Sheffield & Bluff Florence. Flor. 26.
We have n complete list of nil houses,
apartments and flats that are for rent
This list can be seen free of charge at
Omaha Van & Storage Co.. S0G S. 16th St
6 and 7 rooms, all modern. Phone. H. 2049.
& ships household goods & pianos. D.
Hniicr: ,n a" Parts of tlio city.
Ul usw Crclgh Hons & Co.. Uee Bide
FOR RENT All modern 6-room house.
mi i-u. am i. i ei. eo. oiftu.
HOUSES FOR RENT
BY J. II. DUMONT & CO.
7 rooms, slopping porch and sun room,
new and very desirable, exceptionally
fine view, quiet neighborhood, JS0.
7 rooms, modern In every respect, on
Paved street and boulevard, $32.50.
R rooms, nil modern, Hanscom Park
Very desirable 6-room brick flat, close
to high school, J 35.
Thla houso lias nil modern conveniences,
Including hard wood finish, tiled bath
room ami sunroom. itent rrco to July 1st.
J. II. JJUMUNT & CO.,
1003 Farnam St. Phono Douglas BOO.
$16 0ft 1202 N 24TH. 0 rms, bath, lavatory.
S32.50-THE ALBION. 10th and Pacific.
strictly mod., B-r. apt. Cool, airy.
$42.50-2701 DAVENPORT, 9-rm., strictly
mod. bilck. Shady corner, lawn.
$42 60-G13 N. HOTH, 10 rm. modern brick
flat; being thoroughly renovated.
C34 Brandels ThCHtor Bldg. Douglas 2070.
Stores a nil Office.
IWUM ,fc RANCH I.AMIS KOIt SALK
J! 15 P Kit ACRK-W.1S.
Mo-aero Improved western Nebraska
stock ranch, easily worth 17.80 per acre,
tut owner mutt raise money ot once, so
is offering this ranch for 13.16 per acre
caah for quick sale. Would you trade one
dollar for two? That Is what we are
offering you In this place, and more, but
It must go at onco. Title perfect and clear.
Wilto or wire for full particulars. Walt
& Dean. Agents. Blue Mound. Kan.
J100 LAND FOR PER ACRE.
240 acres Merrick Co . Neb., i-room
house, largo barn, granary, corncrlb, well,
fenced and cross-fenced . 60 ncres wheat,
20 acres oats, 40 ncres corn, balance hay
and pasture. Mtg , Jlt.WO at 6 per cent.
Nordqulst & Storek, 312 Neville Blk.
FOR SALE Best largo body high-grade,
medium-priced land In Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley, Wol
bach. Neb. o
FOUND 320-acre homestead In settled
neighborhood; fine farm land; not sand
hills; cost you jax), filing fees and all. J.
A. Tracy, Kimball, Neb.
FOK SALE OK EXCHANGE K. E.
S0-ACRE Irrigated farm U4 mile from
county seat, ralso alfalfa, fruit, stocks,
dairying and hogs. .Must sell or will
trndo for stock of merchandise or other
property In city or country. Wrlto prlco
and particulate In first letter If trade.
Address Box CGI, Gooding, Idaho.
Pianos for other musical Instru'ts. D. 2017.
HEAL ESTATE JX)ANS
$10,000 mado promptly. F. D.
Wead Bldg.. l&th and Fnrnam.
WANTED City loans nnd warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam.
lc CITY LOANS, Bemls-Carlberg Co,
u z0-m Brnndels Theuter Bldg.
SEE us first It you want a farm loan.
unuca states Trust Co.. umaiia, neb
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City Nnt. Bk. Bldg.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. II. Thomas. 22S State Bank Bldg.
CITY and farm loans, 6, 5H. per cent
J. H. Dumont & Co., 1003 Farnam. Omaha.
HARRISON & MORTON, 916 Om. Nat.
WANTED City loans. Peter Trust Co,
GARVIN BROS -a. 00 and up.
ZZZLi UO' Omaha Nat. Bank.
6 urm loans. Optional payments & an-
nuai im, vm. fliciormicK. 1201 Farnam,
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska (arms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat Douglas 2715.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLK. v
KERR Tltlo Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
a modern abstract offlco. 305 So. 17th
St Phone Douglas 6487.
REED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of
flco In Nebraska. 206 Brandels Theater.
ACREAGE KOit SALE.
Acre at 44th and
Twelve blocks wert of I'nrk lino: off
car at 32d nnd Vinton: house 6 rooms:
well, cistern, barn, chicken house, big
irees. snrunnery una iruit; nign ground;
mortgage $1,300. nayable $15 per month.
Including C.6 per cent int. Owner will sell
equity or trade for clear land or lots
ion get all this fruit:
Rhubarb, full length alone south line
aoout w mils.
Four rows cherry trees, eleven trees In
each row. 6 yenrs old.
One row blackberries, between cherry
Strawberries; 5 apple trees, all largo
Four Pear, four nlum trees, one ner
slmmon. one sassafras tree.
One aeparugus bed of fifty hills; horso-
rnaisn, twenty mils.
3 rows grano vines. 60 Dlants.
Eight older cherry trees on west Bide
ien large shade trees on west and south
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Omaha National. Phone Doug. 2715.
Acre and Three
This ncro is a fine, rich garden
spot; small house, with a good
chicken house; wlro fence; some
young apple and cherry trees and
plenty of grapes, strawberries and
raspberries; near good car line.
American Security Co.
17th and Douglas Sts. Douglas 6013.
10 acres, with four-room house, 2 good
cellats, barn 16x26, good lot, chicken coop
12x26, shed 20x22, corncrlb 10x20, IVi acres
grapes, 1 acre blackberries. 1 acre black
raspberries. IVj acres alfalfa, 140 trees,
Including apple, cherries, peach, plums
und pear trees; owner JuBt met with ac
cident and ciuinot run the place. All crops
go to purchaser. Possession given; act
riulck. Price J4.0X). Great bargain.
C. L. NETHMVAY,
Tel. Florence 276. Florence, Neb.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
By the Owner
2811 South 33d street. A brand new 7
room, all modern home. Oak and whlto
enamel finish. Oak floors throughout.
Has very fine sun parlor and a dandy
big sleeping porch. You can't beat this
at the price. Owner has a change In
his plana and must sell at once. Price
$4,250. Will make terms to responsible
C. E. Corey, Owner
WBJi, 33d St,
Must Sell Our
Home At Once
On account of leaving city I must sell
our beautiful six-room house. Newly
decorated. New pergola porch with
French doors opening on It from the
dining room. Oak floors, full basement,
laundry. All In excellent condition.
Beautiful lawn and perfectly charming
2019 Grand Ave. Phone W. 8007. CALL
Owner must have money, so must sell
his new six-rooms, has eloeplng porch,
oak finish, living room 12x23 ft, book
cases, window seat, plate rail, wall all
decorated, furnace heat, auto garage,
fine south front lot, paved street, close
to Kountze Park, small cash payment,
rest mommy, or win consider vacant
100 McCague Bldg.
(i ROOMS, BRAND NEW
Six rooms, lust being completed, parlor
and dining room finished In golden oak.
one bedroom on first floor, two bedrooms
and bath on second floor, live closets, ce
mented cellar. Fox furnace, the latest ln
good plumbing, south front lot, corner,
paved street, ten minutes' ride to post
office. Locatod 2830 Btondo Ht Prlco
only $2,800; $500 down, balance payments.
U. O. UAKLBEIiU,
810-312 Brandels Theater Bldg.
MUST BE SOLD
66x142 near corner 261 h and California
streets, worth $10,000, $7,600 will buy It
37xlS0 on 24th near Harney, faces 24th
avenue with modern home, $8,600 takes It.
mono uougias ihji l aii at 4U Kar
riMU'tillTV FOR SALE.
Have You Seen
It Is tho only new, up-to-dnto, restricted, closo-ln addition to tho city,
and tho only ono there over will bo, for thfiro is no other tract of land
avnilablo for such purposes.
Salo of theso lots will begin Saturday, Juno 27, at 2 p. m. and con
tinue for threo days from 4 p. m. until night, unless soonor sold. Hop
resentatlvo will bo on ground from 4 p. in. until night on Friday to show
Tako Cuming strcot car and got off at boulovard, or Hnrnoy car nnd
got off at Myrtle Ave., or call at our offlco, 642 1'axton block, or call
Trices rango from 1700 to $1,350 per lot. Theso prlcos include
water, sowor, cement sidewalk and gas.
Terms, $14 to $26 cash, balnnco monthly or easy quartorly, semi
annual and annual paymonts If desired.
If you want a lot for a homo or for an Investment, or If you want to
begin to put away something each month nnd somo day own part of the
oarth, you cannot afford to pass this without Investigating.
Don't forgot tho date, Saturday, Juno 27, at 2 p. m. and two days fol
lowing from 4 p. in. until night.
Representative will bo on tho ground Friday from 4 p. m. Until night
to show lots.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
When Buying for a Homo
Tho health, happiness and general
comfort of your children Is the first con
sideration. The clean, wholesome at
mosphere of Happy Hollow, tho attrac
tive suroundlngs, the views of country
life, tho trees and flowers all these
things appeal to children.
BEST OF SCHOOL
Dundee Is to have an enlarged school
building and play grounds, and the
children of Happy Hollow will have the
samo advantuge they enjoy In Omaha.
OMAHA 18 GROWING WEST
Had you thought of that? Business
always follows tho best rcsldonce dis
tricts. Tho spread of business, to tho
west means tho moving west of Omaha's
best restdenco district
THINK ON THESE THINGS
These aro facts not argument?. They
are facta that should Interest tho man
looking for a home amid genial surround
ings, close to the city, with all city
HAPPY HOLLOW IS READY FOR THE
HAPPY HOLLOW LOTS ARE ON
HAPPY HOLLOW IS ONLY TWENTY
MINUTES FROM THE BUSINESS
CENTER OF OMAHA
Happy Hollow Is In the midst of parks
and boulovards. Tho public will help
beautify your property.
A WOMAN'S REASON
Is the title of a little folder wo are juat
publishing. It will help you make a
decision In regard to a homo In Happy
Hollow,' where the lots are big, the
prices low and tho terniB easy. Shall
wo send you a copy? Phono D. 756.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
002 City Nafl Bank Bldg.
Dundee Homes To
We have a number of south front
lots on Burt St., between f0th and
51st, upon which we will build to
order, houses and bungalows. Wo
havo nlready arranged to start
six houses, facing south on Burt
St, and two facing north on Cum
ing, in tho same block.
YOU MAY SELECT YOUR
OWN PLANS AND LOT OUT
OF THE REMAINING UN
SOLD LOTS ON BURT ST.
Wo have a number ot new,
nrtlstlo plans, both of bungalows
and two-story houses, that wo will
bo glad to show you. Theso will
probably glvo you an Idea so that
you will bo able to mako a selec
tion. , M
Call us up and wo will be glad
to send a representative to glvo
our terms and proposition on
building on any of theso remain
ing unsold lots. Our terms aro
tho easiest, our prices tho lpwcst
230 Omaha Nat'l. Bank Bldg. D. 49S.
The best built and most attrac
tive little homo In Omaha. Flvo
large rooms and bath. Fine oak
woodwork; oak floors In every
room. Built-in bookcases ond
large buffet. also convenient
kitchen cabinet Sand finished
walls, tinted in dainty colors. The
basement Is a man-el of conven
ience, large attic, reached by a
roomy stairs. South front lot,
40x135, on paved street. Only two
blocks from Harney car line.
Part cash, balance monthly.
208-10-12-14 State Bank Bldg.
Phono Tyler 1M6.
Big Cut to Sell
For the party that can pay down $5S0
cash, balance $3"i each month, will get
this new bungalow for $2,475. Five rooms
and tiled bath; oak, birch and maple
finish; built-in Kitonen camnet; rino
plumbing and fixtures; water meter;
screens and shades; full cemented cellar;
nice, lawn; close to car. Will be sold
P. J. Tebbens Co.
760 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas 2182.
621 8. 2Sth street. 9-room. all modern.
quarter oak finish, hot water heat. Beat
bargain In the city.
T7l lata lWl-1 1 T.. 4..4.
extra built, but must co at 2,0O) less
l HUH CUBl.
D. V. Sholes Co.
013 City Nafl Bank Bldg. Doug. 49.
A Real Bargain
My 6-room, all modern home at Ml 6
Corby St., nice large south front lot
Threo cherry and two apple trees. Will
cell for part cash and balance cheaper
than rent A snap for someone, Call
owner. Webster 3717 o
TO BUY, BELL OK RENT. FIRST SEE
JOHN W. BOBBINS. 1KB FAUNAil ST.
CITY PIIOPURTY FOR 8AI.K.
4 2 Paxton Blk.
Located within ono block of school and
car -line, close to the business district.
Owner has Instructed us to cut tho price
of $3,600 If sold by July 1. Can arrange
terms. Has largo bnrn, 16x24 ft.
HASTINGS A IIEYDE.N. 1614 Harney St.
8. 18TH AND C A STELLAR.
Seven-room house, 3-room house, city
water, sewer, gas and electric light, cor
nor, good condition.
Birkett & Co.
42.1 Bco Bldg. Douglas 633.
Dundee Forced Sale
$300 cash. $50 por month, will buy 4921
Chicago St. This is a now houso, well
built, thoroughly modern and attractive
Insldo and out. Owner has left the city
and will sacrifice Want on offer at
Glover & Spain
919-20 City National. Douglas 3962.
$2,000 For Good
Brick Flat Site
60-foot south front on Burt Bt, Just west
of 33d St.; on paved street, close to two
car lines, Bemls Park and stores. Fine
shndo trees; good location, Will build for
you If you like. See us about It at onco.
HASTINGS A HEYDEN. 1614 Harney St.
Full lot C6xl20 feet. IVi blocks from post
office, close to new Fontenello hotel; In
come, $2,040. Price, $20,600.
This property Will pay you 7 por cent
net and the ground Is constantly increas
ing In value. Insldo property llko this
In Omaha Is as safe as a mun clpal bond
and much moro profitable.
J. H. Dumont 8c Co.
1(03 Farnam St Phone Doug 680, o
Fliirrnrc Itcnl Kufnfi- f
C. L. Nethuwuy, suburban prop. Flor. 276.
I Newly weds Teased
I rn' l i. A
Trip to the West
Two newlyweda made things merry for
tho party of thirty-four ticket agents who
arrived from Iowa to bo guests of tho
Union Pacific for a ten days' trip through
Yellowstone park. C. H. Stnndley, ticket
agent for tho Northwestern at Boone, la.,
was married only two weeks ago, and ho
and his bride are among tho gayer mem
bers of tho party In planning practical
Jokes on Mr. ond Mrs. J. II. Clarkson of
Dcs Moines, who were married only yos
torday. Mr. Clarkson Is city ticket agent
for the Rock Island at Dcs Moines and
Is also taking his honeymoon on tho Yol
lowstone trip. Postcards addressed to
Mr. and Mrs. Clarkson havo been mailed
to all hotels along the route where tho
party will stop. Postcards wero sent so
that tho hotel people along tho lino might
enjoy the verses ascribed to tho newly
weds and bo prepared to add cheer to
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF
BANKERS MEETING HERE
The executive council of the Nobraska
Bankers' association held a regular busi
ness meeting In Omaha at tho Commercial
club rooms yesterday. Association
matters are taken up und tho place for
holding tho next Bankers' association
convention Is to be determined before the
closo of the meeting. J. R, Cain. Jr., of
Omaha Ib president of tho association and
meets with the executive council as an
ex-offlclo members. Tie rest of tho ex
ecutive council Is mado up us follows:
MBMBKRS FOR ONK YKAR.
P. L. Hull, representing Lincoln.
C. R. McUrew of South Omaha, at large,
Carson Hlldrcth of Franklin, represent
ing Group Four.
Henry W. Yates, representing Omaha.
Qeorgo F. Sawyer of Western, at largo.
MEMBI3RS FOR TWO YEARS.
M. W. Folsom, representing Lincoln.
W. E. Rhoades, representing Omaha,
F. S. Thompson of Albion, representing
L I. Sornson of Eustls, at large.
Thomas Murray of Dunbar, at large.
MEMBERS FOR THREE YEARS.
W. H. McDonald. North Platte, rep.
resenting Oroup Flvo.
C. H. Cornell of Valentine, representing
George J. Adams of Pender, represent
ing Oroup Threo.
R. O. Marnell of Nebraska City, rep
resenting Group One.
T. L. Davis, representing Omaha.
KIr,ctrlr, Brand, Illltrm.
helps dyspepsia, aids digestion, Increases
appetite, keeps liver and kidneys healthy.
Buy a bottle today. 60c and fl. All
WIDOW IS 1NDIREST NEED
S'.ic is Sick in Hospital, with Bills
Piled Up High.
OWES FOR HUSBAND'S FUNERAL
Comity linn Been Asked In Aid, lint
Cni linn Nnl Ypt Upon Pre
sented tn the )pniitnli
Sick In Knuntza Park hospital, penni
less, and wltv'a 10-year-old boy to sup
port. Mr. O. A. Lane, widow of Garfield
A. Lann, vho died last fall, has been or
dered out of the house by tho landlord to
whom sho owed rent for three months.
"1 don't know what In the nnmo of God
I am to dn," sho snld when she got tho
order to move With her aged father
and one sister sho Is living at Seventeenth
and Graco streets. Her sister, who works
In a local print shop. Is tho solo support
of tho llltlo group.
Tho Into Gnrfleld A. Inno was n veteran
of tho Spanish-American wnr. No pen
sions are allowed Spanish-American war
veterans. When ho died there wrro no
funds In tho family and tho funeral ex
penses arc not yet paid. Mrs. Lnno ap
pealed to Dr. Harry A. Foster, who was
a schoolmnto nt Walnut Hill school years
ago, to tako tho matter up with tho
county. Mr Foster asked Frank Best,
county commissioner, to try to get tho
$60 allowed for tho funnrnl expenses.
This was over a month ago, but the al
lowance has not been made. Now tho
woman Is In tho hospital with rheuma
tism and Is to have nn operation for ro
llct on other complications.
Tticro Is somo talk of bringing her case
beforo tho Juvenile court to nsk a widow's
pension for her In behalf of her 10-ycar-old
boy. No ono has as yet brought tho
matter up formally. The Spanish-American
war veterans havo dono nothing In
the matter. The woman has not appealed
to them for help or for a handling of her
case, nnd It Is said tho matter was nover
brought to tho attention of tho veterans.
Boosters' Trip on
Belt Line is Called
Big Club Joy Ride
"Tho Big Commercial club Joy ride" Is
tho way somo havo characterized tho
homo trade excursion thnt Is to bo taken
by thn business men over tho Missouri
Pacific Bolt Line this afternoon,
when n dozen and a half business nnd
manufacturing plants on tho lino nro to
be visited In tho city. Over 200 nro ex
pected to make tho trip.
Tho excursion Is to start nt 1:15 In tho
afternoon and wind up nt tho Updlko
grain elovators at 4:30 In tho afternoon,
whero tho crowd will disperse. Tho places
to bo visited nro tho National Box com
pany, tho Nebraska Stone company, tho
Omaha Structural Steel Works, tho Sun
derland BroB.' Marblo company, tho Ideal
Cemont Stono company, tho Undo 8nm
Brenkfast Food company, tho Omaha
Concrete Stono company, tho Missouri
River Lumber company, tho Blnu-Uas
company, tho T. F. Stroud compnny, tho
Stroud Lime and Cemont company, tho
Stors. Browing company nnd tho Updlko
Tho mayor, city attorney and other city
officials will bo Invited to Join tho excur
sion. Hotel Builders
May Ask for Delay
That contractors on tho new Fontenello
hotel building will ask for an extension
of time to complcto tho Job Is oxpectod
by local representatives of tho various
Interests involved. The work must bo
finished by January 1, 1915, according to
tho contract, and heavy penalties nro pro
vided for failure to do so. Recent heavy
rnlns, combined with delay in shipping
stcol from Gary, Ind., nro said to havo
hlndored tho work. President William It
Burbunk of tho leasing company will bo
In Omaha noxt week, whan tho request
for extension of tlmo probaly will bo
mado by tho Suldcn-Breck Construction
company. It Is understood that Mr Bur-
bank nnd his associates will opposo the
extension, which If allowed would bo by
tho owners, tho Douglas Hotel company.
NEW MAIL TERMINAL AT
UNION STATION OPEN SOON
ArrangemcntB nro being completed for
tho opening of tho new railway mall serv
ice terminal at tho Union station In
Omaha, for working outgoing malls, and
particularly for tho growing parcel post
business, originating In Omaha.
Mall tormlnals havo been maintained
by the government nt tho Union Pacific
station In Council Bluffs, and at the
Burlington station In Omaha for several
years. However, Increased parcel post
buslnena has resulted In delay In hand
ling tho outgoing business from the
Omaha postofflce, and It was found neces
sary to provide additional terminal facili
ties there. Thero havo been numerous
conferences recently between Omaha busi
ness men nnd Postmaster Wharton and
C. M. Reed of the railway mall service,
relative to the handling ot parcel post
matter. Tho keen Interest of business
men In the pnrcel post business has
probably hastened tho arrangements for
the new terminal, which will bo ln opera
tion during the first half of July. Six
men will bo employed at the terminal.
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the "Swappei" Column."
YOUNG GIANT EASY MARK FOR
ARREST BY LOCAL POLICE
D. H. Carpentor. K years of age and
six feet four Inches hlch. was nn easy
mark for tho Omaha, pollco when in
formation from West Point, Neb., re
quested that he be arrested. Cnrpanter
was simply too big too hide effectively
In Omaha and he Is now in the city
hostile awaiting the authorities, who
have a charge of passing worthless
checks lodged against him.
The accused man gave his home as
PEGG RUNS THE ICE SCALE!
Forces Big Ice Firms to Sell bj
Weight to Dealers.
NO REASON NOW FOR SHORTAGl
S mn II Peddlers Can Nnvr Becnrl
Thrlr l.nnds lir AVrltht nnd
Cnu Afforil to tilvc Full
John Grant Pcgg, city sealer of weight!
and measures, beenmo a wclghmoste!
Tuesday when ho forced peddlers' pur
chasing Ice of wholesale companies to rui
their wagons on tho scales, when thi
companies had refused to sell by wclghl
Later the "enko salos" were nbandoncl
nnd all the wholesale If" companies do
J clnred their Intention to sell by wolghl
regg nrrestcii a driver ror tho Omahl
Ire nnd Cold Storngo company and wll
complain In court ngnlnst him for selllni
lco to Otis Rumstend, MI2 South Thlrteentl
street, which Rumstead declares wal
short In weight.
When Pegg nsked ono wholesalo com
pany to sell by weight because tho cake)
wero short the suhordlnato employes ro
tuned nnd Pogg took chargo of the scald
, until the owners of tho company arrive!
' nnd decided to nbldo by tho city eealerl
"Thero Is now no reason why a peddld
should sell short weight lco," said Pegg
"Beforo they could purchase by weigh
they wero shorted and had to sell shotf
to mako a. profit."
Youngster at City
Mission Picnic is
Lost Twelve Hours
A llttlo Italian boy 7 yearn old, who at
tended the City mission plcnlo given b.'
Miss Nellie Mngce, with aid of man,
friends of tho Mission, was lost fnl
twelve hours Tuesday and not until U
o'clock was ho found. Residents ln tht
section of tho city beyond tho Grand avo
nuo car lino telephoned Miss Mngce nnl
tho younstcr was taken back to the mla
"How ho over got out thero I am unai
bio to learn," said Miss Mngce. "Ho evt
dontly boarded tho car with tho othel
children and rode somowhere on a tranai
fer, or elso wna permitted to rldo without
faro by tho conductor,"
Tho boy when found was strolling nbou)
tho rcsldenco neighborhood boyond thl
enr line In tho greatest unconcern. HI
nppenred plonscd to bo found, however
although he had not realized that he wal
(let Rid f thn Torment of niien
Remember how spry and active yot
wero before you had rheumatism, back"
ache, swollen, aching Joints and stiff
painful muscles? Want to feel that waj
again? You can Just tako Foley Kldne)
Pills. For they quickly cloar tho bloo!
of tho poisons thnt cnuso your pain, mis
ery nnd tormenting rheumatism. Foi
sale by all dealers everywhere Adver
tisement. POLICE COURT BONDS-TO
SUM OF $7,000 FORFEITED
Thlrty-flvo police court appeals wert
forfeited by District Jtldgo English al
tho result of failure of principals to ap
pear for trial. The face value of the for
feited bonds Is $7,000. Judge English It
dismissing cases pending ngnlnst womet
who, after conviction in pollco court wor
driven out of tho city by tho pollco lasl
winter and consequently failed to appeal
Red Blotchy Skin
Batho Your Blood with a Cooling,
Oho of tlio Bally Perils
When your blood Is overheated tho conJ
gcstlon or Inflammation makes straight
for tho skin. Then Is tho tlmo you need
that famous blood purifier 8. 8. 8. Thi
skin Is a modified form of mucous mem
brane and It Is ln theso membranes thai
Impurities In tho blood are prepared foi
expulsion. 8. 8. 8. has a most remark'
able action In assisting the membranes
to elltnlnnto those secretions which ara
tho result ot Inflammation whether thoj
tako tho form of catarrh or red patches
on the skin. Its cooling, purifying effect
Is almost Immediate since In three min
utes after entering tho blood It traverse!
the cntlro circulation. It so acts upon
the cellular tissues In the skin that eacB
cell rejects any Invading; germ and so
lects only Its own essential nutrlmenl
from tho blood.
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druggist nnd thus lnsuro pure Mood and
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