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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1914)
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BWAPPKR'H QOl.l MX
HdV 8 bicycle to susy fur other persons!
property, or brick, ivmrnt blocks or
old lumber vll what you have to offer
tn firm Icttrr H. c in;, liw.
OUCH A lnri;v re si leather lounge,
Kod condition, cost Ma; mill swap for
hijih grade ln mower and gnrdrn hose.
Address S. c.
CTxtTHES (n eJu-hanse fur denial work.
Tailor onlv. Address Hec.
CANDY MAKERS' complete n-w out
fit, .urn a furnace, copper kettles,
elilne; rollers. gum machine, kl!a
niRchlne. cotiRh and ooustIi drop hriisa
rollers. rarsmM and other cutters, all of
the Infest pattern, not tunk, other re
quirements for the business. H. C. 107,1,
OAKl'KXTKIt work, painting and repair
ln; low cash price, or will take any
thing lean use. Address. S. C. 141s. Itee.
OO N TRACTO IV Stu." T F I f-Wlll tTaile or
sell contractoi outfit of shovels,
spa (leg, pl-ks and lanterns, good a new.
Address S. f. Id. Itee.
I'nl.l'MKIA press. SxH, 1.1 caacs of lob
type and rack: a Winchester pump-gun
rnd leather rase for sale or trade. Ad
dresa H, C. 14.12, Bee .
KIXTI.'KES A six-door wall and a
counter showcase nnd other plunder to
exchange. S. C. MIS, Hee.
FTn SAKE Stock in a rtliable Hash and
Door Co., of thla city. Doing a large
business and paid 12 per cent during liU-l
Will exchange for an auto. Address s.
V. 14H. Pee. .
GOLDEN oak chiffonier and dresser, new;
will exchange for golden OHk buffet.
Have brand new "Lion" brand gas hot
Water heater; will swjip for roll top desk.
Address 8. C, 1430, Hee
WlLL trade pedigreed Hoston bull for
something valued at $.0 or over. Also
have J40 tool cheat to trade. 8. C. im.
MKRCHAND1SE stock at half price. 1
offer sand, small stock of merchandise
(no groceries), cash business, good loca- j
nun, ill viimua, inrui" nt'i in w.vrv.
sell for J1.250 oiixh. Mlsht consider small
house or criulty In bungalow if price
very reasonable. Address. 8. C. 1437. 1
MAXWELL runabout, first class, for sale
or trade. Address S C. 142, Hee.
WILL exchange carentcr work ai pay
ment for plastering of new house; about
400 yards of work. Address P. C. 1417. Hee.
FURNITURE for a 4o-room hotel
near Omaha, M.SOO. Low rat rent oil
the building. What have you to offer?
Addresa 8. C. 1W. cara Be
liUlll achool cadet suit. In good condi
tion; medium ilu. Addresa . C. 1422,
M ITORCVCLKS Have a nearly new 191..
Flanders single cylinder motorcycle;
uaed only three months; would consider
lot. or what have you? Addreaa 8. C. 1C0J,
HORtiK ood horse for a small delivery
auto, suitable for small packages; be
quick; don't care what It Is as long as It
la In running condition. B. C, 106. Bee.
KODAK A new Aimco folding kodak,
2Hx4K. leather tourist case for same
and portrait attachments. Will swap for
hard coal burner or range with hot water
attachment, or good bicycle. Address 8.
NEW 5x7 CAMERA, complete. Want
typewriter or what have you? Ad
OreBS, 8. C. 1418. Bee.
NO. 8 ateel hopper with flat cover. 4 feet
dla., J-feet shell by 2-feet hopper. Ad
dress B. C. 1423, care of Bee.
OFFICE FURNITURE Will buy soma
good sacond-hand office furniture; must
be cheap for caah. Address S. C 1,
PHOTOGRAPH high grade outfit com
plete. Was forced out of business, as
the city condemned the lot for a street.
, Consisting of 1 No. 7 Series 2 Volght
lander 11x14 lens, costing some $300; also
1 5-7 portrait lens, 1 14-17 camera and
stand, and 1 8-10, 1 enlarging outfit, 8-ln.
condenser, 1 air brush outfit, all cutters,
printing frames, posing chairs, stools,
etc., all In first class condition; every
thing required for a first-class studio.
. For an auto it In good condition.
S. C. 1074, Bee.
PUP Scotch Collie pup; will swap for
something of equal value or sell for $.1.
Address S. C. 1416, Bee.
PIANO Party owning mahogany Cable
Player piano, naving moved irom the
city, will sacrifice same with music. Ad
dress P. C. 1414, Bee.
BION8. showcarda. Clark Son. 1. 1378.
SHETLAND pony and outfit for trade or
aale. Phone 21661. Council Bluffs, la.
81 IOESHOP Suburban location, fully
. equipped for neighborhood trade. Cheap i
rent. On account of other business I will
sell or trade reasonable.- Or might lease i
to responsible party. Address. 8. C. 1420,
SCALE Have Toledo I-ln, candy scale,
nearly new, will exchange for anything
that can be used In a restaurant, or roll
top desk. Address S. C. 12X8, Bee.
-TOCK Will exchange slock In a corpo
ration that will pay good dividends, for
a Ford car. Address S. C. 1424, Bee.
STOCK For $800. with 7 tr cent stock
in Omaha corporation of good financial
standing; will exchange for vacant prop
erty in Dundee or good residential neigh
borhood. Will pay difference. Address .
STOCK Will trade stock in Omaha cor
poration worth $25.00 per share; paid 12
per cent last year; for good auto. Ad
dress 8. C. 1436, Bee.
SLOT MACHINE A money-making
. aluminum name plate slot machine,
costing some $200. Drop a penny In the
slot, turn the crank to get your full
name on an aluminum ribbon plate, big
profits placed out on commission. Legal
ized, not a gambling machine. S. C. W72,
TYPEWRITER to swap for cheap single
harness In good ropalr, be quick. Time
Is limited. S. C, IPS I. Hee.
W ILL exchange Fox typewriter for any
thing of equal value that 1 can use. Ad
dresa S. C. 14.11. Bee.
UNDERWOOD typewriter, nearly new.
cheap for caah. cr first payment for a
diamond, or what have you? Address
K C. 1021 Bee
'WATCH I have a good 17-Jewel sliver
case watch to trade for a revolver. Ad
dress 8. C. 142fi, Bee.
ivamt , ..van i,cu h.mui -nrf.Tel. Done. i'.4 3-i2 Board Trade.
a light single wagun. 1 have quite an
assortment of personal property to swap,
live particulars in first letter. S. C. U'TS,
A part meats and Flat.
Rental Service Free
Why worry where to find a house of
apartment wheu we have listed every
vacant house and apartment In the cay.
'Phone us for further Information.
Douglas aft Fidelity Storage & Van Co.
2T.01 HOWARD St. l-room brick flat. to.
IMS 8. 27th St. 7 rooms, modern, 22.i0.
S7!S Hawthorne Ave. -8 rooms, hot
water heat. 840.
ADSAT1AN APARTMKNT. 35th and
Farnain Two b-room spai tmenta, 842 W.
I D. SPALDING & SON.
1818 Farnam. Tyler KX.
10 8. 27th, -r.. mod. flat.. 130.
1006 N. Sth. 7-r., mod. flat. fM.
3i."13 Leavenworth, n-r.. mod. ex. heat, $20
C. U. carlberg. Ulc-12 Brandeis The. Bldg.
ST. CI.AH APARTMENTS.
Z3d and Harney Sta., i room apartments.
Call H M7 or D. oj6.
4-R . mod es. heat; 814. H. mi.
FOUR-ROOM FL-ATVi 814-1601 VINTON,
Modern. 4-room flat $1- 1417 Vinton St.
Phone Red 64P8
OODE.N ANiNKX loom a, wito kllctieu
ettes iounril Bluff.
Gordon Van Co IS?
SIS N 11th St I'hone D
:4 or H. 11
ONE 5-roora apartment; St. George, S70;
113 N. 31at Avenue. I'hone Webster 1674.
S15 Oood o-room apartment, mod. except
heat. 2 Iavenport. Harney 4.
ONLY ONE LEFT.
One 4-room and bath In the modern
California apartmenla. Downtown. Save
car fare. Call Janitor. Douglas 627)7.
li-HOOM modern flat. 1112 So. llth.
VKlll' choice 4 or 5-rooin, steum-heated
npsrtment on V. Fiirn.iq" St.
JOHN W. RORH1XH. 12 FARNAM ST.
S-ROOM modern, water, curtlns and odme
in dining room, free, S22.M. M No. 2-Mn
A . Vhon LI. .,TK7.
Apartments aarl Mats,
Large. 4-room apartment, convenient,
light rooms, tiled baths, kitchen well ar
ranged with 1,-ebox and gas renre. fin
ished In teaiitifnl light oak. Vacuum
cleaner sen Ice. The Athlone la wall lo
cated ith and Ioiglas sts t tn walking
distance. Rental $4i In summer and S
in winter Janitor will show these or rail
TKTLRS TlirsT I'DMr.VNY.
Knnmm St. Tel. I Mug. V
six -in mh k.vtk'd a i' a htjTkxt.
7o, S ith St (iood romllll n.
1'KTKIIS T1UHT CO . J .V'S.
THV' SMKKMAX. -
Elegant ti-room apartment.
l Sherman Ave
! S r;"th7"t-r.rrnod. flat.
l'"W N. tm, T-r. mod. flat. 120.
fc'1.1 1 eavenworth. -r.. mod. ex. heat. t-0.
C. (1. t'arllierg. 3lti-12 Hrandels The. Hldg.
IN looking for a de.lr.ible 3 or. 4-room
apartment, strictly modern, aee those
in ine wrignt nioin, ..! mm i. .
CREUIlf. SUNS A COMPANY,
- ",n "
DKSlItA B1E room with sleeping porch
for gentleman, private family, IU nivnth.
IiV.H Diuiglas ft.
KI R. rooms, private family, hii So. IWh
St.. or call H 4'K.
MOD., clean, slnule room, l.'.nO, 414 S. L'4th, j
k. exiKisure, Tn"! private-family ; mod. i
room ror two, . iki so. i:t n tt. i. !. .
ri'RNlfHKD room for rent, near Creifc-h-ton
university. I'hone Douglna T-l j
WELL furnished modern room, hot water,
heat. 2412 Capitol Ave. Douglaa BUT-V j
211 S(2iTlT8Tl KxcoTlent location !
modern, private family, close In. rea-j
aonahle. D 4'ISO. !
MODKRN, quiet rooms, walking instance. !
H.3U week and up. TIIK KN A PI, t
) Cass Ht.
419 So. aiith. mod.
tdeam heat; reaj
Neatly turn., mod., reasonable. 117 N. 20tn.
r : ; - ; r7Tr
'". private home, references, (1. 51.W.
Fur. rma. modern, is & Caas. Apt. .
WKl.l, r'l'KNlSHKU modern room, hot
watur heat. 2412 Capitol Ave. Douglas
I'RIVATK fnmiiy, mod , 12 week, So. 223-
STRICTLY modern, for gentlemen only;
.15 per week for two. 2212 California
Pt. I'hone Douglas 6528.
Furnished Housekeeping lloonaa.
CLEAN, modern, furnished. Call 290C
, HoaMkeeplag Moo ma.
2 ArTS., furnished for light housekeep
ing: steam heated; mod. 4758 N. Uh.
THREE nice rooms,
Hotels ana Asartmrata,
Good condition; furniture at low price.
Rental $125 per month.
FETEHs TRUST COMPANY,
ir.22 Farnam St. Tel. Doug. 89K.
CAUKUHMA Hotel. 16th and California
Weekly rates 12 and up. Douglas M.
DODUt. HOTEJ Modern. Hoaaonable.
llnuM and C'ottawea.
$27.60 New, up-to-date bungalow finished
In oak. Built-in bookcases and
buffet. Near good car line.
$30.00 7-room, parlor extending across the
entire front of the house. Oak
finish, colonnade openings. Four
bedrooms and bathi Fine neighbor
hood. Near car.
AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANY,
17th and Douglas fits. Douglaa 6013,
$15 Reduced from $18. six rooms, ono
floor, mod. ex. heat. lfiPt No. 3oth St.,
near achool and car, paved street
$18 New five-room cottage, mod. ex.
heat. 2 lots. 40th and Parker Sts.
$1' Six-room, two-story square house,
entirely mod. 3S0 Sherman Ave.
Ii5 Eight-room, entirely mod. dwell
ing, double garage, paved street, fine
neighborhood. Ifth and Pratt Sts.
$50 Eight-room, two-story dwelling,
two baths. Btrlctly modern, 3K15 Farnani
St. Choice location. Low rent.
SCOTT HILL CO..
J.W-7-8 McCague Bldg. Douglas 1001.
S16 K. 2Xth Kt., 6-r., modern, $26.50.
1026 8. 25th St., 6-r., part modern. $15.
2!i24 Dupont, G-r., part modern, $9.
1412 Wcsterfielu. 4-room, city water, $5.
3810 S. 16th. 4-room, cistern. $8.
.TUB S. 16th, 4-room, city water, $7.
222S S. 6th St., 3-room, rity water, $5.
OREIGU, SON8 & COMPANY,
Douglas 200. V Bee Bldg.
FIELD CLUB DISTRICT.
3308 Poppletnn Ave. 7 rooms, modern.
Price $.V. and worth it.- Let us take you
to see thla
TETERS TRUST CO.. I'. 89".
r- ... 5 h.rHannH fin
all near cars. Dundee. I'hone Harney 2558.
A 11-HOO.M cottage, strictly modern, $20
per month.t2626 Taylor St. W. 3206.
FIVE-ROOM cottage, 2470 H. 18th St-, $12
H. W. BINDER.
823 City National Bank Bldg. Tel. D. 1264.
Call owner, Harney 211. and 7-room
houses, 42d Cuming. One never lived In.
DOWN TOWN COTTAGE.
Fix-room, modern except heat. See J.
Relchenberg Bros.. 91" City National Bank
8-ROOM modern house, li26 Lothrop St.,
or call W . 721. ;
FIVE-ROOM cottage for rent, 4622 Izard.
Call Mrs. Martinson. .Veh. 67,i&.
STEAM heat, alt modern, 7-room house;
al,o l-r'-.m flat. il No 2M
t-ROOM tilctlv modern house In Al con
dition, location 212 Pacific St. Call at
1080 So. 28th St. or phot" Harney W4S.
6-R. HOC SR. 225 Parker. 120. H. 32BO.
Free Rental List
Complete Informatlin about every va
cant hous and apartment In lh city.
This service Is free. Tel. Douglas Ss8.
Fidelity Storatr & Van Co
HOUSK 7 rooms, modern, paved street,
convenient to car, school, stores and
church: small fam.ly of adults preferred;
I2i rent, pay water.
I. N. HAMMOND.
-r. house. .'.i aas; siricny mourrn; in
a sood location: 13b.
HASTINtiS ft Hiiiiuvv
1614 Harney St.
flnnuno 'n all parts of the city.
av Crcigh (ions '
. all motiern,
Tel D. 1630.
5-R.. mod., cottage, 2nl4 Woolworth Ave.
e . .rM h,iiae AI2 Lincoln Hlvd.
Call tiarney zjiu.
J. C. Reed
fx p. Co.
207 Farnam. D. J 76:
Van and Stor.
age Co. Reduced
rates for 0 day
Large tan. 2 men, SI 2 per hr. : drav. 1
men, fl per hr. 1713 Webster. Doug. H9ft z
Fidelity Storage Co.
sitrage, niuvuic. packing and shipping, i
16th Jackson Sts. Rhone Douglas 2L
We have a complete list of all houses,
apaitments and flats that are for rent.
Tills list can be Men free of charge at
Omaha Van 4k Storage Co.. soa B loth St.
FOR RENT, after Sept. 25, six-room mod
ern cottage In convenient location. 24U8
Chicago. U. Mullen. 2535 Chicago
Stores an- Offices.
PART of office suite with telephone serv
ice In City Nat I Bank Bldg., furnished
if desired. Call Douglas is.il
GOOD barn, room for S or 10 horses.
U17 Webster St Call Dowlas iX.
I'AHH RANCH LA.NDS FOR SALE
MONTANA CAREY ACT LANDS 000
acres now open to entry In the famous
Valler valley. An excellent opportunity
for the horueseeker seeking good farm
land for general diversified farming. The
rich soil. exhilarating climate and
abundance of water tor Irrigation as.ure.
maximum crop returns. Oreat for grain,
alfalfa, timothy, and for slock fanning.
Ideal apot for a home. Write today for
booklet and particulars. VaUer Farm
RKAL F.STATF XOKTM (SIDE
Belle Isle and Laurelton
South of Miller 1'ark and west of 24th Street. We, have some fine
homes nearltiK completion In these two beautiful additions. they are mod
ern and complete and "different." We invite the closest Inspection of
construction and finish.
$3,350 to $5,000
auu iroin a to i room an r nianen in
floor, screens, shades, decoration, meters and all Improvements paid for.
r complete and well built and we sell
A hundred satisfied clients to refer you to.
Come Out Today
and look them over
Phone Tyler 187.
FARM A RANCH LAU9 FOR SAI.R
4 a. close to Bartlett, la.; $10) per
acre; small set Improvements; all under
10" a., close to Bartlett, la.; fine Im-
provementa; all under cultivation; $115 per,
IsJ a.. Paundera county, close to Ashland,
Neb.; $125 per a.
105 a., adj. Anoka, Neb.; price, $55 per a.
135 a , adj. Anoka; price. $."5 er a.
WFiST REAL ESTATE CO.. Omaha. Neb.
FOR SALE One good quarter section
farm, two miles from town. No buihi
lugs except corncrlb. Price $70 per acre.
$1,000 down, balance easy terms. S. F.
Scott, Vesta. Minn.
BIO CROPS EVERY YEAH
ON TIIK IRRIGATED
FARMS IN THE SCOTT'S
Mr. Renter, read this
NO. 615 A fine, sightly quarter-section,
all broken this year, and part
was In oats, millet and seed corn.
You ceuld not ask for a farm
that lies nicer than thla one does,
nor can you find one with better
soli. If you want a farm that will
raise you a great big full crop
every year of alfalfa, potatoes,
sugar bets and grain, here It Is.
There is big money in all of these
crops on an Irrigated farm If you
have the water. Scott's Bluff
tarmi have a guarantee of three
feet of water for every acre of
land from the Government Path
Price, $85 per acre; easy terms.
Here Is your chance to own a
farm and make a real home for
your family. Quit working for
the landlord. If you want an
an, we can sell you one right, on
mighty easy terms.
Write, today for Soott s Bluff
. number of "Land Owner." It s
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
WARE BLOCK. OMAHA.
KIMBALL COCNTY FARMS.
All tillable 4X0-acre farm nine miles
from Kimball; 200 ucres under cultivation,
2,00ii 'lne aoun? trees in orchard and
around buildings. Fine house and barn
and outbuildings; well and mill; and is
all fenced and cnxss-fenocd. Mile to
school! malt delivered within one milo
8 'priced eT-Vre. This 1. . barln Also
have other choice Improved and unlm-
DID YOC SEE OLU EXHIBIT
THE STATE r Airw
SSrtPB tend-- intsresud to Irult land. ,
i KtUht. on APPle Orchards in .
a.a ior. """".'"j -f;n ret
Line Ry.. MlnneapolwMJhin. .
' Mlacellanfoafc ......
IP 1NTRET1-D in land In so ithern
owand iouthern Mlnnajot. rrtt. lh.
P L. Jona Land company. V Internet, la .
for their list of 8U farms
RKAIi ESTATE WANTED
t-Avy over fifty buyers with from jO0
Natl. Bank Bldg. lou. 1474.
REAL) ESTATE LOANS
C1TT and fsrm loan 6. 6V4. r i cent.
J.H. DumonoJoiOanmin. Omaha.
W ANTE D-CltyJoajuP
OMA HXlTomes. Et Nebraaka far ma.
O'KEEFB REAL EbTATK Wi
101S "m.hA Nat l. Dougl-a jn
GAitviN rn.os.fr t'Ban:
ilARRlBON & MORTON. Sin QmaCL
WANTED City loans and warrant..
W Farn-m Smltb A CoS Farnam.
riTV n.oertv. Large loans a sp-Ulty.
I W. H. Thojas.lStateBank Bid.
erji tin tm made Dromptly. K. U. eaa,
,4w w ---- ,-
Wead Bldg.. l"th and Karnam Sts.
i MONET on hand to, :o.ty ad farm U,a.
i H. VV. tJinucr. -
rrrrVtTT LOANS. Hemls-Carlberis Co..
j " v 310-312 Braaeis inwi'i "" ,
I 777-.-. if youwanl a farm loan.
7 nil.A si.tes Trust Co.. Omaha. Men.
IIIKAL ESTATE VOH EXCHANGE
ilori; s..d lot in
aale or trade. Address Wo. A-ams, ir
Hmnou tor otuer inualcal luairu I
ABSTRACT OS- T1TLK.
KEUH Title Guarsnte. and Attract. Co..
a modern abstract officii. U- b. l.th o-
Plione lougias ovsiL
RKED Abstract Co, oldest abstract oi
fica in Nebraska- 2C Uiandel. Theausr.
HEAL ESTATE ACREAGE
Just Off Military lload
K.ne piece of fruit and garden land, all
in prairie, sod never broken; land very
rich: close to fine houses, face, two
streets; 3.10 feel each street. Price, Sl.suo;
I4i cash, balance S2S a month.
1 1 A BTINOrt HEYDKN. 1M4 HARNEY.
$15 (.tosh $12.50 Monthly
Paved atreet on two sides; on corner at
Intersection f five streets; adjoining
llenaon. A dandy place for raising poul
try Price S1.W0.
HASTING- & HETDEN. 1814 HARNEY.
KKAI, F.STATK XOKTH MIK
iiaantirui nnu ni n rinooi roHn u
them before they are completed.
Martin & Co.
742 Omaha Nat l. Bank Uldg.
$:n.oo DOWN AND
$31.00 PER MONTH
nrvs rnns all modhhx
I have for anl a new substantially
constructed 6-room house, located una
block from car line, I blocks from school;
full cement batiement. f.rnace heat, prin
cipal rooms finishes! In onk hnlanCM it
house In pine; very conveniently arranged
inrougnout. rreiiy location. Y or full
Telephone Webster 223J. o
Full basement, all bricked up with good
cement floor, furnace and place to do
laundry; lOO-barrel cistern; house Is nicely
decorated and well built; south front lot,
50x1211; cement walks, with coping from
front to alley; located among home own
ers, at 3028 Fowler Ave.; house vacant;
key first door east. Uo. see It.
Room 647. Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
I'hone Douglaa 12i4.
NEAR 22D AND LAKE.
A good 2-ttpartment house, large lot,
renting for $2i per month. Price only
$2,0; on terms.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Third Floor, Ware Block. Douglas 17S1.
READY TO MOVE INTO
Living room, dining room, kitchen, den
and pantry on first floor, living rooms
finished In oak; two bedrooms and bath
on second floor, cement basement, fur
nHce. strictly all modern; paved street,
corner lot. close to school. Price only
$2,800, $200 cash, balance mimthly. Located
630 Blondo St. Keys at 2628 Blondo.
C. G. CARLBERO,
310-312 Rrandels Theatre Bldg.
RKAL KSTATF SOUTH BTDH
Near Field Club
Newly bnllt two-story dwellings, strictly
modern, stylish In design and arrange
ment; built of first-class material and
by day labor. Fine large living room, din
ing room and kitchen downstairs; oak
finish; three splendid bedrooms, large
bleeping; porch and fine bathroom with
tile floor upstairs; oak floors throughout.
Kull slsed basement; guaranteed fur
nace, owner will sell on terms or would
consider good unencumbered cottago or
vacant lot as part pavment.
Scott & Hill Co.
.'PC 7- McCague Hldg. Douglas 3009
Soutli Thirteenth Street
$5 Ikjwn $5 Monthly
All Improvements, such as paving,
Water, gas and sldewslks, being Installed.
The lots are high and sightly and are
only two blocks from the car line. Your
rhoice of thirty large lots at prices rang
ing from 1100 tn M. One of the first
purchasers on the ground may ocure an
arre tract which has water, sewer and
gas at $HT5. on terms to suit you. Sale
Phone Douglaa 4233.
Salesmen and automobile at your service.
SHCI.KR & CART,
224 State Rank Bldg.'
7th and William
We have Just finished four new 5-room
bungalows on the corner of 7th and Will
iam that we can aell at the right price
and on very eay terms. The bungalows
are strictly modern In every respect,
full basement, furnaces, electric lights,
j complete bath room, five large rooms, fine
I large nine wiin siairs, ioiuiiiiu.ua uiiriuni
I between parlor and dining room, built-in
kitchen cabinet. These hou.ee are In
walking distance to the depots, street car
barn und all the wholusale houses Corner
house alrejidy sold. 1'rlces S2.9O0 and
2,iKiO; ?00 cawli; balance monthly.
Payne & Slater Co.
611 Omaha Nat'l Bank.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
Must Be Sold
2513 Chicago Street
I An S-room, all modern home, only H
block from 251 h St. car line and within
eauy wulklng oiniince or town, near
High School and Creighton College. Mia
fortune forces owner to sell at big sacri
High Scli.l and Creighton Collie. Mis-
flee. Cheap at S2,tio0, but' must be sold.
What's your offer?
The Byron Reed Co
Phone Doug. 267.
212 8. 17th.
8-room houe. to lie sold by owner; 1
year oUI: all modern; oak and birch
finlah; rorner lot, south front; $4.'.Xi. Ad
dress Slii Clil ago M. Tel. liarnry 1704.
KKAL ESTATK MISdOLLANF.OUS
BAltfJAl.VS IN IlOMJiH.
KiKht room, now 2-story house, iXtli and
California Ma., snap, M.2U0.
Klght-roorn, new modern, 36th and Cen
Ur. only S4.'0.
Heven-roorn, new modern, 3tth and Iea
vnworth sts.. H.m
Knrgulre 413 Karbui h Plk. Phone I. A1.
BIX KudM bouse to be sold at a special
offer for qulk service; modern except
heat, rooms nicely finished, lare lot.
good location, convenient to cars, owner
must leave town. Call lied 74U. 2715 Ho.
Bee readers are too lutoJUifent to over
look the opportunities In the "want ail"
columns. Ther. worth while read In.
j RKAL K.S r AT K M I S'K M . N KO C M
the latest mcdern dwelling house and
published In Omaha. Price R'V.
KIX'K lll'NDItKli (MI'IKS WILL TK
OI i:v AWAY FUF.V. OF OHARtlK TO
THOSIJ AITLY1NO LLKORK OCT. 1.
tlround Floor. Hiandela Theater Hldg .
lTth and Douglaa (Sta.-
Homes Built and
Kasy I'aymcnt Tlnii
Will furnish the money and build von
a home to order and draw plana to suit
vnr taste win ! i.i m iftt or
ioi you seicci. reiepnone ror par-
'JVlephono Wobstor ;87!) o
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Enormous Increase in Visible Sup
ply of Cash Wheat is Shown.
FOREIGNERS ARE GOOD BUYERS
Loading I p en Heavy Shipments of
Cereals Corn shows Consider
able Irreor-larllr la
OMAHA. Sept. 22, Isll.
An enormous Incrense for the week In
Iho vlalble supply of wheat, both, in this
country and Canada, was shown vestor
day and the trade wns somewhat taken
aback. A total Increase of ll.lf..,000
bushels for North America caused u large
oiu.nttty of wheat to be dumped upon the
market yesterday and broke prices
sharply from the high points. The move
ment of wheat promises to let down, bow
ever, according to all Indications; In fact,
iwelpts at primary markets yesterday
were matcrlitlly lighter than for the cor
responding day last week. Farmers are
Inclined to hold for lietter prices and the
abowery weather that prevailed In sec
tk lis of the northwest vesterdsy Is not
conducive to free marketing. However,
w heat stocks at Minneapoha already show
an increase of l.lOo.uw bushels since Frl
dsy last, compared with ,tn increase of
;.isi.t bushels for
period last year.
" he whi
t market nero vohterdny was
a nervous affair, featured by rapid price
fluctuation. Heating spots for the active
futures wero o higher than Saturday's
final, whllo the Septeinlwr delivery closed
a better. There was good buying early,
based largely on the theory that the war
gave every Indication of lasting for a
prolonged period, and this was further
stimulated by the strong spot wheat
sltiistlon at Liverpool.
Wor-lgnora were good buyers of cash
wheat yesterday and export sales from
hens were reported as SOO.flW) bushels,
while J40.000 bushels went out Ma the
gulf and some business was reported
done at the eastern seaboard. I.ocal
milling sales were around Ul.oon bushels.
Southwest sales of flour for export were
reported as liberal, but news from the
northwest was more conservative and It
was stated that several of the .Minneapolis
n,ill wnulJ c,"" down In the near future.
There was much Irregularity In price
movements for corn here yesterday and
much of the nervousness In wheat was
reflected In this pit.
Osts trading was active but the same
reeling of uncertainty was noted here as
In other pits. Healing spots for the day
were He higher than Saturday.
Ick Of activity In the cash provision
trade caused many of tho longs to
liquidate their holdings yesterday and
prices ruled sharply lower.
Wheat was lc to 2c lower.
Corn was unchanged.
Oata were V; lower.
iiiese sales were reported today
Wheat, No. 1 hard winter, 7 cars, 81. OS.
No. 3 hard winter, 1 car, 11.03; S cars,
1 4i.car"' XM- So- 4 hard winter. 1
car. 11.02; l ear. KM-. No grade hard
winter. 1 car ismuttyl. 91c. No. S mixed,
12-5 cars, 81.0!. No. 3 durum, 1 car. 7c.
Rye: No. 2. 8 J-B cars. s6c; No. 3. l car,
-..OBi.: 8tHn?n". 1 car. 4.V4,.-. No. 3
CBr ,c. -0- 4 Whlte. 4H cars
i VCL..No -rBdo' 1 car- 4:)"0- c"-n: No.
whl'; 1 r"-, 78'gc. No. 1 yellow. 3
71 T- No' 1 y'low, 2 cars. 74Wc
5- ". 1 'r. 74'c; H csr, 74c. No.
yellow. 11 far., 74c. No. 2 mixed. 1 car.
73V No. 3 mixed. 1 car tnear white),
Kr.' CHI;- iMlC; No' 5 n"d' 1 73Ho
Vie ' Cari 73t'- s'nl"e. 1 ur,
Omaha Cash Prlces-Whest: No 2 bard
Sl.O2Vol.0fi: No. 3 hard. SI.Ol'W M N
hard ylM;No. 2 .prlng! IKoCV
SI.04, No. 2 durum, mHc; No. 3 duruni.
C learances were, wheat and flour equal
Primary wheat receipts were S.S'J.OnO
oushels. and shipments 1.I7.000 bushels
against receipt, of 2,032,000 bushels, and
e,,i(,.,i-u vi ii,i nuaneis last year
I rlmary corn receipts were ;t23 'W
bushel., and shipments 367,0!0 bushels
against receipts of 20, bushels, and
shipments of MO.OuO bushels last year
Primary oaU rerolpts were l.oifc.OoO
busliele, and shipments Slfi.ono bushels
agalnht receipts of ssi.om bushels, and
shlpmenU of .)0 bushels last year
Wheat. Corn. Oats. Rye. Barley
M 1IA vi. '
. .1. ... ...
K. City ....
St- Louis ..
CHICAUO (JBA1V Afii PROVISIONS
Pealares of the Tradln aad lealaaj
Price, on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. Sept. 22.-Increasing domes
tic supplies and an apparent lull in ex
port trade put the wheat market today
under a good deal of selling pressure,
rhe close waa heavy at 2': to 3c under
last night. Corn showed a net loss of
.c to l'.o and oats of VuSo to o. In
provisions the outcome varied from un
changed figures to a decline of 25c.
Wheat speculator appeared to be most
Impressed by the enlargement of 1334 oio
bushels In the available stock .,f n,-
1'nlted States and Canada as compared I
mllh 10 lull,., K, .. .. !, , ' . . 1
' connection Minneapolis reported an an-
crease oi i..n.i oiisnels thered for two
days, as against 600.000 buahela last year.
Next to nothing was heard of export
business In whist. Ho far as could be
ascertained luu.ouu bushels wss the total
amount disposed of anywhere for ocean
Corn prices were handicapped by the
downturn In wheat and by prospect of a
yield txreedlng former estlmatea. The
bulk of the crop was said to be nut of
danger from frost. Sympathy with the
other cereals carried down oats. Active
seaboard demand formed only a part
of the offset.
Provisions sagged from the start. The
blame was laid chiefly to the descent of
values for grain slid lings.
81. I.ools tirala Market.
HT. I.OI'lH. Sept. 22. WHEAT No 2
red. $1.CkV I.orti; No. 2 hard, Mi7"U'l 0.
Kepteinber, SlOii; lecnnber, Sl'sfa-
COKN No. 2, 7Hc; No. 2 white. &0V
81c; Hrpleniber. T7c; Iiecemlier, 70',c.
OATri-No. ,217 ITV; No- 2 white. 4hi.j
Liverpool raln MarLrl,
I.IVEKItiOI., Kept. 22 -WHEAT Hixit.
quint; No. 1 .-snltoLa. s 9il; No. 2 red
winter, new, hs 7Mid.
i f,hi. 7v ,"' x "lle. 7tiW78o; No.
S white . Wijj7hy: No. 3 white, 7!8i;84,!
?e i?1".'' K"'-- N'"- 6 white? 77w
74Vn74Hc No. 3 yellow. 74fi74'-: No. 3
;.vmw.'.'4c; lo. yellow. 7374. '
Au mKX,"'; 7;,"34o: No. 3 mixed. 78'
0v '"i""1. ";'"3V.c; No. 6 mixed.
:.o- n,ll. 72fi7Sc. Oats:
u?.aJ'Ul? 14',,V"'f"VJ: standard. 4S,u
4fi1nc; No. 3 white, 444,0 4- No , ' h
44 V44',c. Rarley : fctfri In.. n
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET i
Run of Cattle Very Heavy and Price
STEADY TO TEN LOWER
sheep of lit Kinds steady and I at
l ambs ateady tn Te.n enta
I. nvrer Feeder I amha Weak
to a Shade l.orrer.
KiifTH OMAHA. Sept 22. It'll
Ilenlpts were: Csttle. Hogs. Sheep
orticlal Moiulny si.l'ji 1,2W 4o.Hu3
EaltiiiBte Tuiidny 12.000 4.3"0 4.0l
Two d;iys this wck..2l,l
Same days Isst week... '... ?7
Same days 2 wks ago,.14.5'l
Siime days 3 wks ago..l.4!2
Same days 4 wks ago. . Ift.fr
Same days lust yenr . .2l.4;
Tim following table shows the receipts of
sttle. hogs and sheep ill the South Omaha
dve stock market for the year to date, as
compaied with last year-
... 114. 191T Inc. Dec
t sttle Omi.MO r.4o,21i ru. rn
l.Vfl.".,! 1.!7114 jail.tk
K,1'P X0I1.72! I.SHd.i) 110,6(9
The following table shows the prices for
hogs at the South '-man a live sioca mar.
ket for the last few days, with compari
sons: lata. 1SI4. 1.M.1
ill'll. !l0. tl!SH.!190tt.
S. I Vi 7 tr,"s S? 7 li W 7 ( 4.1
S.I S 4'! 7 : 27 1 I H !M 7 k7i (5 M
I B .il) I M I 24 7 17 7 K III
7 i.i S 23, 7 ( 0C HI
. W S 2,1 V? V 17 7 S.
. 8 4'. 6 D4 7 fill 6 61
7 S7I IS Ml S 911 7 92 1 6 W
S tU't! 8 m S .ID. r.) f 02 7 ftS li I7
8 0N S 35 1 8 131 7 SSI 6 bit
7 7S 8 Mi 7 01 7 Mi A
7 S S Ai C Hi) 27 7 sl 71
7 87 8 3S 8 Mi 11), 7 Mi
Sept. 14 SOS
Sept. 15 8 A.
8 4,11 6 7ii 8 7ii 7 S H
I 78: 8 Hi 8 Of, 6 W
8 4.1, 1 K M 8 W! 6 SI
Sept. 1 6. H !'
Sept. 17 S 42W
I lOl S 8
iMi a in a mi
sept. IK. 8 8 oi x ml a ki mimu
Sent. 1H.I 8 4 7 Wi 8 171 li 8 02 NS
Spt. 2t) $ 6-4 8 a:t 4 8 7.1 1 8 17 1
Sept. 2l:8M'i 8 4I (12 8 47 8 12 87
Sept . 22. S 40 8 0K SH 8 43 8 10 S HI
CATTLK Receipts this morning wera
very large. 473 cars being reported In.
This makes tho total for the two day.
this week 21.12a head, the largest for any
similar period thu. far thi. year, but
only about on a par with the correspond
ing time last year.
The trade on beef steer, was slow and
late In openlug. largely due to the fact
that some of the trains were late In ar
riving In the yards, and that It took aome
little tune to gel shaped up and ready
to be shown. W hen the trade waa finally
under way prices ranged anywhere from
steady on some of the beet, to UK) lower
on some of the less desirable kinds.
There was nothing very choice with
w hlch to make a top, but there were
cmnfed steers good enough to bring
!'.75, with westerns at SS.7B.
Cows nnd heifers were In about the
same condition as bnef steeia except that
it waji the common grades or canners
thai were steady, while the benf cows
and heifer, were weak to a. much a.
toe lower tn some cases.
The beet feeders that lust haDDened to
suit the Ideas of buyers commanded
steady prices, hut the medium and com
mon kinds were fully 10c lower, and In
spot, perhaps worse than that.
Quotations on cattle' Good to choice
cornfed beeves, ,.l"yiM 26; fair to good
cornfed beeves. S 7541 K. 50; common to fair
cornfed beeves, S7.7fcniS.7fi; good to choice
range steers. S7.40riiS.75: fair to good range
steers. SiNO(ii7.40; common to fair range
steers. t .O0r(f so; good to choice grass
heifers. S Wu'l.Wt; good to choice grasti
cows, S.2Mi6.75; fair to good grades, 15 50
tl1.26, common to fair grades, S4.00ftfi.50;
good to choice stockers and feeders,
S7.Wki 25; fslr to good stockers and feed
ers, $t.ory(j50; stock heifers, S5. 504(16.75;
stock cows. S4.7Mi.2l: stock calve.. SH.Oow
S00; veal calves, tS.0OtM0.2i; bulls, slag. I
etc., Jfi fc,(fl7.U0.
HiXJ Supplies were the largest for
several days, but at that were very mod
erate for a Tuesdsy, something like
sixty-six cars or 4.300 head being re
ceived. Total for the two days amounts
toS,5iM head, being about 600 larger than
a week ago, but more than 2,500 .hurt
of last War.
Advices from other points were nis
roursglng. and while good shipping
kinds, being In light supply were picked
up at generally steady prices, the pack
era Insisted on milking their purchases
at a sharp reduction. Karly bids were
all of a dime, and In spots 10H15c. lower,
snd while values Improved slightly later
the long end of the supply moved at
prices that were all of ClflOc nnd tn most
Instances a flat dime lower. Trade wus
dull all the way through. The general
killer trade Is largely lis; lower, but with
shipping grades holding firm the average
does not show any more than a fr&loo
Klght dollars and thirty-five cent,
proved to be the most popular
price, although there vn a 'good show
ing of heavies and the more common
mixed stuff around S30 and Ss.,'12'!.
hhlpplng hogs moved anywhere from ik
quarter to a much as 50c above the
killers, best lights selling as high us
Today's average Is Just about the same
as Saturday's, but prices have been un
even, and while shippers are some high
er for the week, packing grades are sell
ing at figures that are right close to a
nickel off. ...
SHKKP The last ssles of lambs on
Monday's market averaged 7uo lower than
the close of last week, with trade lasting
until late In the day. and about a doxen
loads being csrrled over for today s mar
ti,. general run of aged sheep of
ferings yesterday showed a decline of 40
ift0e. from last rriosy, ann won-
lambs were generally iuij: lower nine
was little If any change in feeder sheep,
there being very few feeder yearlings,
wethers and ewe. available.
u.d..'. Mr run waa followed by an
other thi. morning, as the receipts
..,., to aomu 40.000 head, against
31 000 a week ago and 45.000 on the same
day a year ago. Chicago was reported as
having only 2K.O0O. The bulk of the locel
ffrin consisted of lambs, and the gen
eral quality of both sheep and lambs wss
Iseklng there being not one choice bunch
of fat lambs In the barn. Feeder huyers
i - j . i.iw.rui aumilv to fill orders from
The packer buyers started out on their
tr.t rnim,ii esrlv as compared with the
standstill trsde yesterday, and apparently
wanted some good killers. They bought
such lambs ss were on sale In good sea
son In the forenoon, paying prices for fst
Iambi genersliy steady to a dime lower
sad about steady for the light supply of
There seemed to be a good demand ror
all kinds of feeders, but as feeder lambs
were plentiful prices were weak to a
shade lower. The best grsdes of feeder
Is nibs are quotable at Sfi.kf .SO. wit h
some carrying a little flesh at S7.2o7.So.
The commoner kinds sre going to the
country largely at Pi 50r0l s.1. Feeder aheep
continue scan-e and prices are Just as
hlarh ss ever they were.
Quotations on range sheep and lambs:
Lsmbs good to rholcef S7.40Tif7.(; lambs,
fair to god. ri.Vfl7.4o; lambs, feedera,
til VTf7.20; yearlings. eonl ' choice, S5.S0
Jift.10; yearlings, fair to good, b 50a5.);
yearlings. feeders. Sf 40ru.0; wethers,
good to choice. S5.2flT7i5.&0; wethers, fair to
good. S52OW0O; wethers, feeders, S4 30t
When In Omaha Come To
1314 DOUGLAS ST.
Headquarters for he Best
And Lowest Prices For
WHISKEY, WINES and LIQUORS
We will be pleased to check your suit case or fur
nish any information about the city.
4 S;.; ewes. gotd to choice. R. '.: rwrs.
fair to good, Jl. ".'i'd "" ; ewts. feeders. $!M
rillt tlitl MVK s IOI K Ml It HUT
Cattle Knsy lings Weak he.ei
ntlCAOO, Sept. 22 CATTLE Re
ceipts, fi.Oi heml; ninikrt easy; beeves.
fi.U'rfill.nn; steers, rt.2'.i'.i.l.',; slockers nnd
feeders. 4'i i.Ti : cows ami heifers, H.mi
ti9 20; calves. N.0,il2 no.
IH Ml-lteceltus. ll.ftm head , market
weak. iiTi:,o lower; bulk. .4''.,.V,; light.
S"1 7'"i'. 2. mixed. 8S 2,Viifl.2n; heavy, 8,.'''
ii:'v rough. s.0Mi.s: pigs. ,.2.vni.s."i.
SHi:i:P AND I.MHS Receipts. .10....I
heml; market firm; sheep. SI.!r,.vO. yeat
llns, .".;V'i.iW; lambs. I'i.VViiX.oo.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSXS CITY. P-pt. 22 . 1KX7S.- I!e
celts, 1 S .; 1V 1 Kic lower; hulk. $V.''
i7,',; heavv, 8.V,-.isvo. packers and butch
ers. SH..ru.S.S.-,; IlKhts, Sv.iCuS.!"); pls, J7..VI
CATTT.K Receipts. 21.0ffl; steady to 10
cents lower; prime fel steers. JlO.oniiu.7.",,
dressril In-ef steers, $s .OHiO .7.",; western
steers, M.."iiiO iiO; stockers and feeder.'.
Sil "tiH.20; bulls, $.ViiB.rs; calves, $?.ti'
S1IKK1-Rech)ts, 11 cjnv steady to Ti
cents hluher; liimbs. $7 '-"MtT.tVi: vearllnEs. '
," 7&,iM" 2.",; wethers, iri.tHKoO .'iii, ewes. $1 ")
M..n (111 lire sn-k Market.
SIOI'X CITY. In.. Sept! 22 -CATTI.K.
Receipts '-'.in); mnrket slow; native
steers, $, .wri;i..'rt; butchers. S.Y 4iM1.75; rnws
and heifers. 8 1 win'i SO; canners, $ 8.o
r.2o; stoi'kers and feeders. Si, .Xnu 7 M;
calves, jr, (Xl'ulO.flo; bulls, stags, etc.. So.
Hi ins Receipts S.onO; market lc to Ine
lower; heavv. fcs XSn .W: mixed. SR.WVirf.37i;
light. SsSMiiSO; bulk. SX 2Mi Vi
MIKKP Receipts, r; no prices.
at. I.nnls live stock Market.
ST IXH'TS. Pept. 2 TIOOS Receipts,
li',rm; lower; pigs and llirhts S7.7iVnA.iri;
mixed and butchers. SV'Mr.lIi; good
heavv, J.s 7Mif 00.
CATTDF. Receipts, .oon; steady: na
tive, liecf steers, S7 DiMrlo 8T; oowa ami
heifers. S6 004rf.K."; stockers and feeders.
S5."0rir7.all: southern, $i". OViiXOo; cows and
heifers, S40i"lii .W: native calves. SO.ooriD
1 1 00
SHKIOP-Recelpts, ri.roo; steady; natlva
muttons. Sl.flOlifi W; lambs, S7.00S77.7B.
at. Joaeph Lire, ftlork Market.
ST. JOSKPH, Sept. 22. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1,700 head; market slow; steers.
S7.O0n0.?5; rows and heifers, SI.0Offi9.00;
calves, WOOti 10.50.
H MIS Receipts, Son head: market dull.
RHF.KP AND LAMRS Receipts, 4,509
head; market slow; lambs. S7 00To7.60.
NEW YORK, Sept 22. COFTF.B Th
market was unsettled today owring to ap
prehension that delsv in arrival here of a,
steamer whlrh sailed from Brasll on Sep
tember S with M.000 bags of coffee for
New Tnrk would cause an advance lit
war risks. Coat and freight offers from
Rraall were a shade higher on Santos
grades, but business was very quiet and
local spot quotation, were unchanged,
with Rio 7s holding amund 6c, whllo
Santos 4s ranged from llTEpUVio, according;
New York Money Market.
KTTW YORK. Sept. 22 MERCANTILH
PAPITR 7 per cent.
STKRUNG EXCHANGE Firm; cables,
S4.V75U: demand. 4.rrt0.
81 LVKR Bar. KSc
OMAHA, Sept. 22. Rank clearings for
todav wero 2,!4fi,8424 and S2.ff70.8J7.SI for
the corresponding day last year.
LEATHER REPAIRING .
FENDERS COVERED AND
DENTS REMOVED FROM
Anything In Ieatiier or Fabric
That Can Ite Done.
The Holly Auto Trimming Go.
Oar Work Speaks for Itsslf.
IS Tsars With SranunoBd.
will reduce Inflamed, swollen
Joints, Sprains, Druiaet, Soft
Bunco?.; Hernia BoiU, Poll
Evil, Qulttor, Fistula, or
any unhealthy eore
Quickly at li la a potiUra anUA '
sl ftnnldde. riraMnt lowei doe.
not blister sailer bu td ags or re
not the hair, and yos eta work
tbs born. Si. 00 ftt beoU. Sdlr.
rL Book 7 K free.. "
ABSORBINB, JR.. snrJwpcle llalntnt for -nMiul.
gaaoeaa PaIdIuI. Swollrs VelM. Gollre. Wrna, Straliu.
Bnilica. atoft pals aas laAaraaailos. frica SI. 00 per bonis
st aaler or aAlirered. Will tall yea Bars 11 yos wrka,
Manufarturea onlr br
W.r.IUUNQ, P.O.r.,104Taml(IL,Bflnsll.l4, Matt.
With futur onIlmitd Id d ditto to tool
proflta and dlvldands now, the UNITKO
CIGAR BTCRErt reduction of (he par vlu
t tti Btock to flo pr Kare hai ntadn thi
Wsfiio ono of lh Duist delr&b)e lnvtmenti
rfrnd for trlot4 ropy of pc.al detalUd
roport Juat Itaucd hr ua ahowing pat, prcMnt
and probabla futura. KKEK oa rtquwi.
Att for circular No. ti N.
NOTHING TO HBlJe BUT 8ERVHT.
JONES & BAKER
Bank floor. St 8. I- Ralls St., b Broad St.
T!lrao New Verb.
rHrert piivata wlra to Naw York a Boaiuu.
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