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FOR RENT FURNISHED
Apnrtinent and IKww.
FURNISHED A PA KTMKNT.
MTU AM) LAN DON riU'RT.
Catering to people of refined J""'"'
Apartment is completely e-tull-ped foi
houwrkeertrs;; up-to-date and com-
IO,tb'C- IRAVER HUOS
ti. Doug, l't. w om. N"'- 1 "'
t.i evenlnES or sunaave
THREE rooms. 2717 1 ewey A ve .. Tl IK
WAYNE. built-in bed. c ;
walking distance; no car fare. !
Mrr.lf.hV. NEW No. . U '"u,,J '
in winter: leaae to Oct.. 191v "".JV. I
A- Hpvflen. 1M4
Ave,, The Wayne; I
a b.t-lnned "close Jn.
. - ..... fare: nicely furnlsneo:.
new No" 9. $27 summer. $ wirier;
lease, to October. Hastings "'
dent, 1WI Hiiwt Pt. ,
4-ROuM house. $1S month.
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RKNT Two all modern -rontn
houses on 34th St. nr Howard; easy
walking distance. For full Information
C" THE BTFflN REED CO..
Phone Douglas 2t7. 2'3 P. l'h t,
2i Douglas; modern. 8 room
1125 8. 3lat; modern, 8 room. $...
21 8. 41st; modern, 7 rooms, $23 Oil.
JOHN N. FRENZER. Douglas 6M.
8-R. houiie. Bleeping porcli; leio ciud
Pint. 9"H S. 3Mh Ave. Harney W.
KG It RENT Nice 5-room cottage, bath.
ii and electric llht. at 1412 Evans.
jjo per mo.
1615 ORANT ST. 7-r. com., modern, $
T. F. Hall. 433 Ramge Bldg, Doug. 74'X.
FOR RF.NT 7 rooms, new oak floor,
new plumbing; and electric llghte. 1304
South 2th St.. M 00. Benaon A Myere
ro.. 424 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg,
$EfcIRABLE 6-room cotUtge. modern ex
cept furnace. 6 8. lth Ave. Hlxea
bangh. D. 4m .
l-ROOM, strictly modern house. M08
8. 11th St. ,
15-2S1K Woolworth Ave.. 6 rooms.
$.11 ng a 26th Ava.. 6-room brick flat,
VTO7rt4 s. 31st. rooma. modern.
$ir, sons lod(re, 8 rooma, modern.
$.'i;iR n. 33d, 5 rooms, modern, very
$37.60 Field flub. 7 rooma, modern.
$40704 8. 24th. modern, 8-room flat.
Douglas 8362. 919-30 City National.
KOR GARDEN INO AND POULTRY.
-r., downtown, colored; $12. Also a
t and a 8 (like bungalow) and ACRE
GROUND. $rt and 87. Also S-r., Cali
fornia bungalow and acre, $14. Tel.
I). 2J07. Kvenlngs. Wal. .87.
HOU8K8 FOR RKNT.
CREIGH. SONS & CO.
608 BEE BLDG. DOUG. :.
FOR RENT AP'TS AND FLATS
CLOBK IN. located at 1222 Howard
St.; good location; walking dlatance;
no car fare; contiistlng of living room
with built-in bed: dining room with
built-in bed; good light kitchen; tile
t ROOMS WITH 6-ROOM. ACCOMMO
All outside rooms. well ventilated,
" beautifully decorated, choice lighting
. fixtures-.- Individual porches; IN FACT
everything to make It ono of the most
complete and up-to-date apartments In
the city. Will rent Apt. No. 3 for $11
. sum.. $.14 winter: apt No. 12 for 132. oO
sum., $:!8.M winter. Open todsy for in
spection. Janitor will show you through.
HAXTINOS & HEYDEN, .
IH14 Harney Bt. Douglas .
A FEW of - the very well arranged
"Dwlght Apartments'1 left. This la a
brand new building and la certainly
Ideal. Apartments ranging lrom 5 to I
CALKINS & CO..
Douglas 1313. Clt y Nafl Hank Bldg.
$ ROOMS. $25; close In. the Avalon, 'Mi
R. 2Xth; good light rooms; walking dint.,
no car fare; tills includes heat, water
and Jan. service. Janitor will show you
HASTINGS & HKVOEN. 1614 Hafney Bt.
i ROOMS. $.7.60, with built-in bed In liv
ing room, at 318 8. 27th THF, ROYAL,
close In, walking diHtance; NEW: Jani
tor will show vou throuich today.
Hastings A Heyden, '114 Harney St.
VKRY choice 4 or 5-room steam heated
eparunent. on West Karnam Ht.
JOHN W ROBBINS, !Sf2 KARNAM ST.
V1;RT choloa 4 or 6-room steam heated
apartment, on West Farnara St.
J OHN W. ROBBINS. U)2 FARNAM BT.
SiODERN 6-room apartmeut. Including
sleeping porch. WU located. Harney
FOR RENT-NEW FLAT.
4 rooms and bath; hard oral stove fur
nished. $17 per month. MS N. 16th St.
J. B. ROBINSON,
448 Bee Bldg. Doug. 8097.
4r6uK and 7-room apartment near P. O. ;
low rent. O. P. Stephens.
NORMA NDIfi APARTMENT Park Ave.
and Pacific, fine first floor apartment,
consisting of large reception hall, very
large living room, dining room, two big
bedrooms and bath, large kitchen, pan
try, closets, maid's room. One of the
best arranged apartments In the city.
Immediate possession. Price $50 per mo.
D. V. 8HOLES CO.,
I1MI City Nat l Bank Bldg. Doug. 48.
FIVE-ROOM steam heated apartment,
very desirable; the Chula Vint a, $oth
and Poppleton Ave.. Ml.iA. la Bran
dels Thester Bldg. Doug. 1671.
M I seel lane as-
MONTH FREE RENT.
$-r. and bath, apartment, brick; mod.
except heat; good neighborhood; $12.60.
D. E BUCK. 912 Omaha Nat. D. 6228.
eluding water and g
nd gas range.
21st Street. Douglas l6L
MOVING AND STORAGE
GLOBE VAN & STORAGE
Stores, moves, packs, ships; 8-horse
van and t men, $1.26 per hour; storage,
12 per month. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Doug las 4338 and Tyler 230.
GORDON VAN CO.
Tacking, storage and mov
ing. 218. N. 11th St. Phone
Douglas 34 or blarney 1937.
OMAHA Truck. Van and Storage Co.,
moving packing, storae and ampplug.
Phone Douglas ZM for complete list of
vacant houses and apartments: alrfo for
moving. Pith snd Ja'Kaon Sta.
beparale, locked rxms, for household
gouua and pianos, moving, pack lug and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGES CO.,
ij B. Pith St. Douslss 419
J C ItEED EPf Co. Movmg.
V' packing and stores..
l't rinuin 01. louglss Sl-i!.
FOR RENT-BUSINESS PROFTY
k tores. o
Ml U 1. aiore room, very ueslisble. rtnt
.. . . r :
iJ. cass sl tONHAU YOUNG
tit Brsndels Thester. Douglaa lf.71.
6TOKB ROOMS st 1-111 Ksruam Sl
inos. r . nan, w namge Bldg. u. 7408,
IS 100 MORE THAN
THREE AND ONE-HALF
Our GUARANTEED DIVIDEND EARNING
STOCK pays 7 dividends, payable January 1
and July 1 each year. You participate with us in
the earnings of all our Apartment Houses, Hat?,
Additions, Farms, Mortgages and Contracts.
You can buy one or more shares now at $107.
This stock is guaranteed to pay 7 on par value,
but has always paid more.
"SAFETY FOR SAVERS."
Hastings & Heyden,
1614 HARNEY STREET.'
7 Rooms Modem
Only two blocks from the corner o"
40th and Kamam. Up-to-the-minute
square two-etory house, flnlahcd In the
finest of quarter-sawed oak. On full
lot. with the paving paid In full. Houve
la just newly decorated end In apple-pie
order. Here Is one of the most com
fortable homes we know of, in a loca
tion the equal of any In the city, at a
price for leaa than you could build a
house for. It's a snap. Act quickly.
fyler ir.3. Keellne Bldg.
Good Home Cheap
Nonresident owner has reduced the
price of hla homo to K"10. which con
sists of a good 2-story modern house,
located on an cunt and eeuth front cor
ner lot, with benullful shade trees, on
paved street. The house Is now vacant
and can be shown any time by ap
pointment. Location one block weat of
4th St. car line. Be sure nnd look this
up If (
If you are looking for a good nome
price In this locality, iteason-
GEORGE & COMPANY.
Tel. D. 7.SH. 902 City Nat. Ban kB Idg,
BUNGALOW EASY l'A YM"liNT
rrlce cut from $.1.0"0 to $2.M for quick
ante mm owner needs the money: five-
room and tiled bath, all modern and up-
to-date, oak floors and rinlali, tun 1 1 in
huffet. etc.: full cement basement and
guaranteed furnace: full lot, located
close to car line, near Teaf Institute
In fine neighborhood. This Is a sure
enough snap and will probably go this
BEDFORD. DOUGLAS JW92.
Five-room cottace. Just completed,
strictly all modern, oak finish,
furnace, elegant fixtures, full Cement
basement: esst front lot, 42x140; close
to school; splendid location, near Han
aro m park. Trice H.WO; $m0 cash, bal-r
C. G. CARLBERO,
' 31? Brnndels Th es ler Bldg.
" 8M CASH
Will buy a brand new all modern bun
galow, just finished, at $oth and How.
H. A. WOLF.
SU Wart Blk. Doug. XW8.
liVER ItEAIteone of my specifications?
I'hone Benson 122.
F. B. TRULLINOER.
W. U BELBT A SONS, INSURANC
BEAUTIFUL PRAIRIE PARK Z7 13
Ames Ave., 7 large rooms, bath and
sleeping porch, screens and storm sash
throughout; south front, fine shade ard
hedge. $100 cash and $40 monthly, from
responsible psrty. Keys at my resi
dence. B. J. Scsnnell, ?7n Fowler Avt.
Phones Doug. 8i8 or Colfax 3511.
CHOICE modern 7-room residence, H
block west, of Miller Park, worth $4,500;
considerably less will buy It. Very
R. H. LANDKRYOTT.
302 Neville Blk. Doug. 8766.
5WN A SWELL 10-ROOM HOME
This Is worth $12,000, hut owner Is go
ing to sacrlfio it at $8,760. House la oak
throughout and has beamed ceilings.
Paneled walls, book cases, and a dandy
combination sun room and sleeping
porcn. in tact, mere is not a nouse in
Omaha that will compare with this at
sucu a price. This place is located or
88th Avenue, a short distsnce north ol
Farnara St. This U new. When can you
see it T
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANT.
6th Floor Om, Nat. Bk. Bldg.. D. 1781. o
WHO WANS THIS?
8 OS No. 20th St. No caving taxes. lAr
inn, dining room and kitchen und 2 bed
rooms and bath on 1st floor. Attic
floored: full basement with furnace.
This place is nearly new. Did you ever
hear of a place of this kind In this loca
tion for $?,400. But owner wants $!
cash. Come quick, for it won't uait
ions at tnii nnee.
N VESTMENT COMPANT,
617 Om. Nat. Bank..
Six-room bungalow all modern. 410
IM. net. Tel. ownr. Co fsx 223.
FOR BALE Strictly modern. 11-room
house; hot water best; south front lot.
-rice. wi.i'JQ. fhone I 'ouglas mis.
NEAR HAPPY IIOLlXJW.
S rooms, modern, two lots, good barn:
non-resident owner says make price
iiih win cu 11. ret us.
F. D, WBAD. 810 8. 18th St.. Weed Bldg.
FOR SALE Strictly modern seven-room
nouse, neany new, f ield club district
faces eaat on the boulevard. Will set
cheap If taken at once. Buy direct from
owner. rnone tiarney T.yis.
SPECIAL SPRING BARGAIN
Latest style bungalow, 6 extra large
rooms, well arranged. oak finish,
beamed ceilings and other special fea
tures; cnoiee east rront lot. paved St
near ma ana Lira nts. mjd cssn, or
gooa tot win 00 tor iirst payment,
10 Mccone P Id k.
a.RDnll Til MfllTM JTW at M
SIOKY HOUSE, NEAR CAR. A SNAP
AT $3 400; REASONABLE PAYMENTS.
ur.awjn it CAKM1CHAEL,
DOUOIAS 172 U PAXTON BLK.
ACREAGE 1 have for sale 1. lU. 1 .
6 and two 10-acre tracts. Prlrva rlirht
f none Doug. 1610. William Colfax,
ouiie run Keellne Hldg
UP-TO-DATE biingslow, 6 rooms
dsndy, onlv $2.mio.
W. II. GATE.
n Omsna Nat. Bk. Bldg. Iug. 124.
FIRE and toinado ins. Myrtle Deue', tiTl
mi. ruune i.iiiii ium attar it a. nv
FOR RENT SUBURBAN
CHOICE modern suburban tuii.nr.
acres of lend on Paved road near Ktnr.
noe. R. H. Lauderyoo, JU: Neville Blk
jT'lun Avwa.ae e'"a.
6rtK UK for acreage; have i.holce trso
north of Florence. R. II. Lenderyou, !0J
Neville Blk. Tel. Ioug. im.
Ixt 13, block I. Woods' Dare, South
front on isherwood Ave, tone blork
south of Lake Ht , hetween l".th and
Ifith Sts.l. s.me 41x1.11 ft. Price only
tM. loi b, block 1, Paddock Place j
tlocated on nurdette. between luih and
11th ta.), facing south. Trice only
$nU0; else Mxl.K ft. These lota have
sewer, city water and sidewalks and
sre within walking distance of U. I".
hope and now Ford factory. Act
quirk. Reasonable terms.
Payne & Slater Co.,
816 omahn Nst. Bank Bldg.
100 Beautiful Homes
are being planned for Minne I.uaa this
year. The most wonderful development
ever seen In Omaha wM take place,
there. YOU tan make money hy buying
a lot or two NOW on easy terms.
CHARLES W. MARTIN' at CO., Ownrs.
TrTitKK ' loot lots near FranKiln school
for ll.lo"1 a bargain. AN III aril sep
arately for $40. each.
GEORGE G. WALLACE. Keellne Hldg.
C'i .xiAtj, nt.ir aih St., ii or 44 I eel;
must he sold to close estate.
GR1MMF.L. 84 dm. Nst. Bk. Bldg.
WILL HUILO TO SUIT.
Have 16 first choice lots In t.eevsn
worlh Heights Add.; easy terms. Doug.
M. Carl E. Bolen. 814 Psxton Bldg!
OilCE lots, nearTith and Pine Sts.,"f. r
TKBBEN8. W. Omaha Nat. Bnnk.
Will You Build this Spring!
Do you want a well built Home?
Do you want a Home you can point
to with admiration to your frlendsr
Our facilities for buying material;
our experienced crew of carpenters,
give you the advantage of getting the
best for the least money.
We csn furnish you the best refer
ences SATISF1 ED CUSTOMERS.
Let ua help you work out your Ideas
and furnish you an estimate. Can help
you finauca the building of your home.
200 Omaha Nat l Bank Bldg.
Telephone Douglss 4 lei.
If you contemplate building a home
this spring, do not fall to see ua. We
have a list of choice vacant lots In both
north and west parts of the city.
A. P. TUKEY SON.
Tel. Doug. 502. 1J07-8 W. o. W. Bltfe.
TWO ARES, close In, $'; and" btRer
aereage, 3o to tsuu. no uaj.s. Pat
terson, Douglaa 2847.
FOR JtXCHANGk. Land clear of in
cumbrance, in Dundy countv, Nebraska,
for land In the Red River Valley of
Minnesota or North Dskota. Will as
sume. E. F. Andrus, 330 E mi I cot t Bldg.,
St. Paul, Minn.
Wi STUDEBAKER, electric starter,
lights, all good condition, for eaulty In
cottage. B. P. BOSTWiCK 4 SON, $00
UilOlCh. so acres, near town. Johnson
-o., tor gooa omsna property. CAMP
BELL 4 CRAIG. Keellne Bldg. D. 4.'3.
GOOD income and farm to exchange lor
ana in central tseoraaka. Toland at
Trumble, Bee Bldg.
CAN sell or exchange anything you have
to offer. C. J Canan. McCague Bldg.
NORTH DAKOTA farm to trade for new
automobile. H. I- Lyon, Glenwood, la.
HAVE buyers for Mud. N. side cottages,
bungalow, easy payments. Young man,
1 Om. Nat. Bank Bldg. Doui 147
WANTED To buy on montnly payments!
emeu aiure room, wun living rooms
above, in Central school district. Phone
FOR SALE BUSINESS PROPTY
ease tor Bale
$10 Square) Feet $$0.00.
The Bn Building Co.
WHAT he had to sell: An automobile,
a motorcycle, a summer oottags, a
Morris chair. And he sold 'hem
through THE BEE Want Ad ooluntoa.
WANTED TO RENT
laf aratisaed Heeaea and FIs
IJ IT NOW TODAY
Teiepnone ua a tuting of your vacant
house, store or fist. Thqs. L. MeGarry.
Keellne i-iing. Red 4M4
V ASTED-By young married couple un
furnished room with or without kitch
enette In modern apt. or home. Must
be in good neighborhood and exception
ally clexn. 812, Bee.
WANTED An empty bulliilng m a good
live town suitable for a restaurant. L
A. Murray, Arlon Is.. Box Mt.
WANTE1 Desk rooin, ultli phone w rv
lio, and use ot desk ar.d typewriter. P
Q. Box W7.
WANT ED Private" garage; atale priTe
per month and location. Address P O
Bo 8.V "
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
i ACRES'" an.nJoua.' South PT3e; fine
place, well Improved, fruit. ee. $4.MU.
W. T. UKAHAM. Bee Bldg.
Real Katete, Loams, Mortaaaes.
WE are ready at all Uuie to
make loa.ni oa flrst-daag city
property and eastern Nebraska
faring. Ratot on request
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.
112 So. 17th 8t
$ TO for loan on beat oWas city
rerldim-es in atitounie 3,i0 up; kIihi
farm loan Reaaonable comnilralona.
! ICTF.Ht TKi ?i tA-. rarnam t.
OMAHA lioniea. tAt NeDraaka fartna.
O KKKFK RKAL K8TATK CO
i$ Qm-.ba National. Thone Douglaa 171$.
' kl15HTT Ti) U)AN, for I yeara.
on Improved propertlea
PHOPKN CO., Ioug. 414.
.liOSl S4A t-'maha
Natl .. Hk. Hldg.
$100 TO $lo.00 made promfly. K. U. W
w eea t,ing..ltin cs r .... i pi..
klON EXon hand for oliy and farm ioana.
11. V. Binder. Oty N'allonal Hank Bldg.
ern la. Toland aV Trumbull. 448 Bee Bd
W. H. Thomaa
Lnme luaiyi a apeclaliy.
2.' ptateiianK mag.
'CTrV and farm loane. &, 6Si. per oenU
J. H. Pumont 'o.. 4I taie Hank.
Cc CITY LOAN 8, C. ti. Carlburg.
Q 2 tlrandem Theater Bldij.
cTT MONK. UABHiaoN & MORTON.
O i4 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
stocks and Bad,
$J.m) per cent well secured, pereon
aliy guaranteed farm mortgage for sale.
$;5'HiO Douglna Co., Neb., farm mort
gage bearing 6S per cnt Secured by
pmjierty worth $7,700; 17 inllos from
k,onn purchaae money mortgage, 10 years
optional. Secured on farm near Irving
ton. Nob., whlrh sold for $!2.O'0. Draws
A per cent, will discount to & per cent
J. H. Dumont & Co.,
41S-14 Keellne Bldir. 2-yl- n:
YoU CAN GET i O.N VUl'lt MONEY
HOME RUll.DEKeV PREFERRED
a part of remaining profits.
V merles n Security Co., Fiscal Agta..
S W. Cor. 17th and I'ouglaa Sts.. Oniwha.
il.rtTF Alt Mmort gage bearing 7 per c-nt,
seriu-rd bv property valued $ll."t. Tal
mage Iooml In v. Co.. W. Q. W. Bld.
Abslraels mt Till.
cheapest. Room 7, Patteismi lildg. V;sl
TlmJ I Title uUHisniee and Abetrsct
K fill IV Co- a modern abstract office.
805 3. 17th St. Tel. I. Mlj7. .
rVkd AUSTIIACT CO.. oldest abatiacl
office In Nebraska. W Brundela Tlica,
Truckage for Lcuhe.
Will Ichc tiackag-i. lots i:uixlf0, Union
fn.-iii. tracks on property, 11th snd
Norris & Norris.
m Bee Building. I'uone Douglas 4270.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
CAI .1 Ft )UN1A FARMS for sale. Write
fur list. K. 11. Wailo, Shawnee, Okl.
10 ACRKS. sll in trees, uppiee, etc., on
Lime Klin road, at lw pur acre.
DAY & 11LSS COMPANY.
123 Pearl Street, Council Bluffs, la.
60-ACRE farm near Council Bluffs In the
hills, 6-room house, suminci kitchen and
barn. Possession at unue. Prloe $16 per
DAY A HESS COMPANY.
123 Pearl ftreet. Council Bluffs, la.
IN DK..V1'. CO., MinSOUKi.
I have some line bargains in unproved
latins of ail sixes; price. $15 an acre
and up; timber land, that will make
good lamia worn cleared, in tracts of
i acres and up: price, $8 to $16 per
acre. 1 have Just ieturntd from down
lliero and feel sure the country will
tall or write for Dooaiei.
vv. h. FRANK..
21 Neville Blk., Omsha-
Ul.tK t.rans Aind 2J0 acres highly Itn
proved, nu miles south of Kansss City,
101 yards to shipping point on Frisco.
An ideal general purpose farm. Your
iiKILlrles are solicit!. Walter M.
Kuoop, Dwlght Blda-., Kaunas City,
Gitr.A i' HA KG A 1 N 8 $i down, $i monthly.
buys 4U avreri. good fruit ana poultry
land, near town, southern Missouri,
I'r.co only $.iu. Address Box son, Lx
celslor Bprlnga, Mo.
FOUR sections eastern Montana corn
belt land. Will sell for $6 to $13 per
acre. For terms and Information write
Sam'l O'Connell, Rosebud. Mont.
" Meltraalua 1 d a.
boLD to 0. ii. Weldner, Fremont, Neb.,
the lw acres ad ver lined last week.
Write blm for but opinion of Cheyenne
county. We have IM acres, well im
proved, level land, black soil, perfect
location; 70 acrea plowed: i mllea
from town and accredited high school.
We wont have it long at this price
$4,000, $.,800 cash; balance, for 6
yoais. No trades. Write Nugent de
lonupre, Lodtfe Pole, Neb-,
Al.l. THE TIME YOU WANT
Owner of $40 acres In Cedar county. 48
mhes from Sioux City; will make very
literal turma to first-class farmer who
can make a reasonable cash payment:
farm has about ISO acres In crop. Is well
Improved and close to town, Prtoa. $lu
an sere. What's the use of renting T
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANT.
omaha Nat l Bsnk Bldg.. Omaha.
46 IlUSHELS WHEAT LAND. PER
acre; Cheyenne Co., best small sruin
Co. In state, few snaps for early buy
ers. Live agents wanted. Wrllo Fuud
liigsland Inv. Co.. Sidney. Neb
3M ACftk'ti improved gram and stock
farm. $3u per sore, $3,0u cash; bal. 'V.
If not sold by March 1. will leaae; $670.
Hox p, , tirosen now, ieo
VERY SPLENDID 2.U4aire Nb. ranch.
bargain price; well located; highly im
proved. Kelyca at Glfford, 311 Ramge
WHAT have you to sell in farms an?
city property? Bee us.
F. T. .valker
A Co., 97 Omsha Nat.
Texas La a da.
A farmer cannot get a start In this
country and pay $1. to $juu per acre
for land, because keeping up hla In
terest takes a big share of what ha
makes; furthermore, he cannot hope to
see his land grow very much in value.
The time has passed for $30 to IM lend
In this country so thst ths real, wide
awake farmer has to look elsewhere
for such land. We have some A-l lend
In Western Texas, below the Panhan
die country, that affords wonderful op
portunities for the poor man. The coun
try In question has fertile soil, rainfall
haa averaged 37 inches per year for 16
years, tne climate is almost laeai, cool
In summer and mild in winter: the
water supply is unlimited and of the
very best quality. A great variety of
crops Is being successfully raised here.
Including corn, wheat, alfalfa, cotton
kafflr corn, malse. f teiito, sudan grssa
etc. This Is not a desert country nor
a mountainous waste, but a fast de
veloping prairie country, with excellent
is 11 road facllltlea and fast growing
towns. Think of getting the price of
your land back in one year a crops.
This nss been done time and again
Why not get Into a country where you
ran raise good crops and see your land
go right up in price each vear? These
lands may he bought on a payment of
$6 to Is per acre down, balance eaay
yearly payments. Write or call for
descriptive metier. Come to our office
and see the ntspisy of products.
SCOTT & HILL CO.,
Doug. l'JUS. Ground Floor, McCague Bid.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
;S0-ACRM Imptoved farm, ' mllea from
MlnneniHilla, HX aoree under c'llvlvatlun,
balance meadow nn I paature: good aoll;
lo-rooin hcuee, barn and all other build
tngi that are nrede... achool houae oa
land; prl.-e, t-V per acre; one-nait raan;
or atlfaeil farm wltn full equipment of!
bora.a. cattle, machinery, etc. Will j
make very rvaaonattln price on peraonal
properly. Immediate i.eeaiion ran be
had. feichaab Broa.. 1.'8
Hutl.Hng. Mtnneapoha Minn.
CTFR Tt v ISi'ONkI.V-lUtii dairy anJ
general crup state In the union; aeltlere
anted: lauda for sale at low pik.ee oa
eay itrrnn. Ank tor DouKiei ii on ie-
t riitral lnd Uiant. Ricellenl 1
land fr atu.'k ralalng. If Intereated Id
fruit lauda ak (or booklet on app,e
orchaid. Adilreas Land and lnduatrlal
Iirpt.. buo Line Hallway, Minneapolis.
f level la ateaa.
HAYK OiJ A t.KKSt roK aALbf
Write a goo1 description of your land I
and send It to the Mo us. City (la. I Jour.
pal, "Iowa's Most Powerful NN ant Ad
Med um." Twenty-five words every Fri
day evening. Saturday morning and
very Saturday evening and Sunday for
one month, giving sixteen ads on twelve
different da for UlotW word. $4. or
6 words, $.
Lars-cat circulation of any Iowa news
paper, gov,xai reaucre oau in u..r a1 1
- - - '
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
FoR any and all kinds of ee roans located ,
Mr rmr line rail K. L&mi& '
116 Bi-andeis Theater IHdg. Do.if. S814.
FOR RENT-FARM LANDS
I- or Sale.
HARNESS Big Imrneaa sule, save '.HI
to 50 er cent; write today for my
Inn gain price. Mervin C. Van Derveer,
tv.-s s. 2m li St., South Hide, Omaha,
Nelv. Phone South 4'l0.
I FOR SAl.B One brown mare, 4 years
old, weUht about 1.1M) ins.; city broke,
slsu single wngou and harness. 1 401
Wirt St. Webster 41
Thirty-two milk wagons tor sow. cheap.
Johnson-Dniiforth Co., 18th and Clark.
HAY-$7.0p ton. A.
Wagner, liOl N. 18
Harness, fcadrflea anil Trsski.
IlXRNESsTADbLtih AND TItUNK-4.
we iiuikc tiicin ourbclcs and aull them
dlrert to the consumer. hy psy two
when vou ri
gel hlgh-aisdo goods at first cost?
Al.r ltKO t tmisii si j).,
1210 Ksrnam St., Omaha.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
CYCLE hatcher snd brooder for ele.
Flftv-egg else, has been used for a
number of successful hatches, lis ay,
cheap and irni'tical to operate. Cot
i. will sell for $V 111 N. 41st SI. Haiti-y
Vn"H ITE SPITZ I'TFriF-S. thoroushl.reT.
only $8 this week. Mas Gelsler Bird
Co b.17 Ksrnsm St.
" A Nl l -l Gooii liom for a house dog.
Coll Hurney I4.
MXD grain, ioo ls.. tuTi. Wagner, 801N 18
i.'l I 'CK i:NS for sale. Benson 61".
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
But we keep the price down. Have
$"..0"o stock, all standard makes aurli
as United States, Diamond, Good
rich, Flake, Ranlne, 4,om-Mlla Guar
anteed and others.
32x3 Vi l-80
32x4 ..IIS. 00
3U4 112. 60-114. 25-IU
37x4 Mt $20
Bom used tlrei at $8.
Come and see
write or phone
these bargains or
Duplex Tiro Co.
S13 Farnam SL
COME and look these ears over.
All sre In perfect condition and
we csn save you considerable
money on a car. Read them over:
Chevrolet Roadster $-0
Ford Roadsters 2W
Enger ".' good ss nsw,
1hi,'i Msxwell Touring.
IIIK. Maxwell Truck.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
itis BRAND new M'onTtor touring.... $73
1816 Ford touring, good shape , 80
1814 Studebsker-alx. touring too
11)13 (Jadlllao touring too
114 Ford del., closed; Ilk new.... teO
'lM Overland touring, self starter.. 374
auto Clearing Home, ifa Fa
rnnm. D. 3.3 10
BARGAIN IN A HEAL CAR.
IT'S A LEXINGTON.
Rutenber motor. Tlmken bearings
throughout, Warner transmission, elec.
trie lights snd starter, double Ignition,
csr In perfect condition. See owner,
V u M.latar Itnlio. 1113.
XTTf OWnBlLlTmTuraneo fire, theft lla-
hlltty and damage, aui niAii.MX.it,
ld.-IB Hy PHI I. IW'H'.I v-U.
l-li. P. Msxweil roHilater, electric lights.
self-stsrter, excellent condition; seen
f lee. E30 B. 2th, Harney liM.
GOOD eerornl-hHitd 1 ,'- pound Bulck
truck, $. NeorasKa huick auio to.,
U14 Farnam. Douglaa 731.
GOOD car rr.es p; easy payments; It will
lay you to look into tnis. uoirsx o.
Aato l.lvery and Garaes.
iidustrlRl Oarage Co.. 20th A Harney ft to.
Aalo Tlra aaa guppllee.
"AUTO tirtts llA'Lr PRlCd.
Homer Hill. 1611 Chicago Bt.
Aalo 8tegafriaa nasi saiallaat.
"Hone by expe lis ;
years' experience Tn Omaha: work guar
DUI'LltX-tires last lunger, are strooser
and more durable; ax$yfc, $4.60. U
Farnam St. Douglas 4X78.
$100 reviard fir inaKiieto we csn't repair.
Coils repaired, baysdorfer, 310 N. 18th.
Free wTITter storage when cars are paint
ed snd repaired. Johnaon-Danfort h t'q
Omal.a Radiator Ren Co.. K. 36 FsTr. D Hf L
Fire. Theft, Liability and Property
Damage at Lowest Bates.
KILLY. ELLIS A THOMPSON,
13-11 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 3818.
MOTORCYCLES AND BICXCLES
HAliLEV-DAVllJou.V 6tOT6KC YCLES.
Barssln In used machines.
"The Motoicyule Man.'' f,u Ia
" xotic"CF sTRifoLDEiar
Notice Is hereby slven lhat ths regular
annual meeting of the Stockholders of the
OUTII PiJTTE LAND COMPANY will
be hold at tne omce or said Company,
Room 7ol First Nsilonal Bank building
IJncoln, Nebraska, st 11 o'clock a. m, oa
tJie Iirai, uny u. w-n . a. u., :fis.
Lincoln, Nebrsska. rebruarjr lac, 1811
C. Jl. MORRIIJ PreeideoC
W. W. TURNER, Secretary.
OMAHA LIYEJTOGK MARKET
Cuttle Market is Fully Ten Centt
Higher Than At the Close of
HOGS ALSO ABOUT TElJ HIGHER
OMAHA, Fehruary U !!.
Peeelpts were; Cattle. Itoita Hhee'
rueiai Monday .SS
rjllma(e TueaiUy 8.4 14.
Twa davat hla week..M.,R
Same dava laat woek. lo.svt
Smne diva week aao U.l..
2"m" 'J") ' eeka ago ir.'M
Some daya 4 weeks a no lu
allo nva last tenr..cM
The following table shows the rex-elpts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha market for the year to date as
coitiprtd with last yar:
... 118. 1I fne. Peo.
ttle !o,.iK7 l;i4 IM 71.734
,lo(: 714 HOT 4U4 Rh4 JU.14S
rheep S7,U .?
The following table shows the average
prices of hogs at the Omaha live stock
market for the last few daya, with torn-
Mats' h1V '1914. Ilflll. 1 !1 2 ltSll.'llIO.,
Feh. . T iT' Ml 8 40 I IV.1 1 811 8 47
10..' 7 T.l mi i ii t nl l vi t Ml 8 44
M.I T 77 I I 401 I 41' 1 Ml I 7 211 8 M
671 I 13
8I I 871
( Ml I N
mu 8 8 T7
o; 8 2
7 Ml 8 Oil 7 Oil 8 7
t ft! 8 141
8 011 t Ml 7 -
8 141 7 i 8 04
'; 1 J
US' I .'.! 8 42
M. axi a :vi
n. 5i. ' iiwi itx
T wi w i mi -
Feb. Si. I 1 K I i in
10' O" 7 Oil 8 80
I 8 12! 01' 7 0l 01
Feb. S3. 1 8 11 M ft' I
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
Union Stock YsnK Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ending st $ p. m. yes
., st. it st. r
Missouri Psclfle,... 8
Union Psclfle (SO
C. N. W esst. ...17
N. W.. west.,. M
C., St. P., M. A O.. 81
., H. V Q., esst.,.. 8
'., B. A J., west.... M
C.. R. I. eaat. 11
C. R. A P.. west. ..
HMnola Central 8
Chicago Gt. West... 4
Total receipts. . .871
DISIV31TION -H KAD.
. S J I'O 1.14
swift A comnan
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour A Co
Srhwsrts A Co
J W. Murphv
Lincoln Pscklng Co,... 2
f'orr Packing Co.
W. B. Vansant Cn 1HO
Benton, Vansant A L-. 10
Hill A Son 4M
F. R. Iwls 1
Huston A Co 4
J. 1. Root A Co 1M
I. If. Bulla 2
I F. Huas 1
Roaenstnck Bros 74
F. tl. Kellogg W
Wetthelruer A legen... 140
H. F. Hamilton M
Rothschild A Krebs.... 11
Mo. A Ksn. Calf Co
Gianni. erg 3
Banner Bros 1(1
John llsrvey. ,.. 8f4
Dennis ft Francis Jt
Jensen A Lungren 84
Other buyers (28
CAriLE -Receipts were
today, only 267 cars being reported In.
The receipts for the two days are quite
moderate and, aa the demand has been
vrry good, the market was strong to a
little higher again this morning. For
the two days It Is safe to quote the mar
ket around loo higher than last week's
close. Trade was resaonshly active at
the firmer prices and the big end of the
offerings changed hands In good season.
Quotations on cat lis; Good to choice
beeves, $7.8tvN.40: fair to good beevea,
$1.35417. 80;. common to fair beeves, M.6"
7.66; good to choice heifers, IVi Xm 7.00;
good to choice eows, $6.n4t 80; fair to
good nows, 6.X00: common to fslr
cows, $4.86'(fC; good tol choice feeders,
$7.1&t7.l.O; fair to good feednrs. tA.lWi.li
common to fair feeders, $.VmG4.76; good
to choice stoekers, $7.0tf7.lif; stock heif
ers, $u.rt7.6; stock cows, $6. 60;
stock calves, $.Kn8.00; veal enlves, $.!,
Hlt;; bulls, stag, etc, $6.0Otr.iO.
...imj I SO
... BJ0 1 13
, ..lmo 7 )
...IOTA 7 M
...11M 7 M
... 121,1 1th
...1 n) T K
. ..liC At
...um r t
... 744 1 40
...11 T 10
...ID 7 Tt
...ItH 7 M
...UM I OS
...IW4 t II
); I is
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
',11 I N. I
toil 7 71
1140 4 M ' I
101 4 Oft I
1IM ISO 10
1I 6 0
COWB AND HEIFERS.
1077 8 71 M
11 7 4
,1108 $ 80
100 i 3
,IM I 40
.nieo $ oo
88 1 88
la 6 M 1 14A8 $ M
1IM I Tl 1 14M 6 00
8a?0 I is 1 list $ II
1100 I 84 1 .UU I 80
81T T II 16.
14 T 40
10 I is
8 st i
1U Ml 4,
v w . l,lL' 1 "
STOCK ERS AND FEEDERS.
T? 4 I M It 448 g ttv
mt in 017 $ n
am t as is ill 7 00
hn 1 K 11 S74 T 11
lms 7 to 17 ion T M
OM 7 s rt Tl T 44
84T T 60 81 wt T I
HOGS Receipts of hogs ware mod
erate as oomnered with most recent
Tuesdsys, only about 20U cars, or 14.800
head, showing up. Total for the two
days of 27.413 head Is 4,000 smaller than
a week ago and more than S.ooo short
of two weeks ago, but better then 1,000
larger than for the same days last yesr.
Uualitv or today s receipts, while net
ter than yesterday, was not aa good
ss usual for a Tuesday and with liberal
shipping orders weighty hogs that bad
anv pretentions to Quality were bought
resdlly on rirat rounds at prices mat
looked all of 10016c higher. As high as
$8.K6 was paid for choice heavies, and
bulk of the shipper purchases was made
at $S.lu?je.2n. these prices being me High
est psid since last octoDer.
With packers It wss a slower prop
osition. Opening rounds were very dull
so far as they were concerned and few
bids wers put out. tter on, nowever,
the heavy shtopor uuyins forced kli r
to get In, and while their first bids were
little higher nothing moved until offers
had been raised to a Kuiao nigner oasis.
At no time did lae market become
very active, but in the end the bulk of
the hoss sold at the advance named
However, if sellers had visions of get-
Una away from the usual weak close
on life stuff they were disappointed. One
Dusker had never raised bis bids ui
much better than a ateady basis. He
naturally failed to get anything early
and towards ths close, when he was the
only man Itfft In the field, the market
died out entirely. Sellers refused at first
to accept the sharp reduction asked, and
later found that buyers had quit and
left the yards. At noon mere were still
a good many hogs in the pens, the num
ber being variously esumaiea at irora
twenty to thlrty-fiva loads.
Hulk ot tne nogs movea at xa.uuoa.io.
rlth ouite a few ngnts unaer tne nui,
n4 tous at $1.26. Average cost went
above $4,000 for the first ume In over
Ss. AT4 ga. tt. N. At. ga. rt.
rr in ... is M nl m so
iig in loo 1 oo as ist ... let
17 HU St 6 10 80 141 ... I lit
ti arr ... 614 rr u ... $ it
II MT ... IN SI Ml ... IB
at stl 88 181 U. ssl ... 6 81
811 EF.P Supplies were very moderate.
the estimate c ailing for only twenty-nine
ears, or T.OuO head. So rar this week re
ceipts have been 22, (WI head, as agalnat
20. Obi last week, ll.aia two weeks ago,
and 31.00 during the earn days of last
As was the case yesterday, the lamb
market opened out very alow. One three
car string of Mexican lambs sold at $!100
early, the price being the same aa waa
paid for lambs from the same feed lot
yesterday, put ss a general thing pack
ers made bids at a l reduction, giving
reports of a hesvv run snd lower price
at Chicago as the reason for wsntlng
to "Inks off."
Hellers were In no hurry to mske so Wg
a concession . having In mind the wsy
prices finally strengthened up yesterda.
Today It proved to I a different story,
however, and after holding until nesrly
midday salesmen found bids onlv a little
Iwtter than they were esrly. and finally
cut loose st shout loc lower prices. Out
side the one early sale no Mexicans sold
over $10 8ft, while fed weaterna failed to
best $iiinO. the bunch that brought this
price being a rut from the same string
ss thne that landed st $10 8ft yesterday.
W'lte a few lambs sold downward from
$iu.7 and some that had a fat top. but
were nn the whole unfinished were till
unsold at noon.
Ewea were In Isrger supply than on
Mondav. and as a general thing prices
slumped along with lambs. It took a real
5ood kind to ring $7.i6, and bulk of the
eeent to good stuff sold tinder $7.50
No feeders of consequence were offered
up to noon, the few lots lhat changed
hands being Just small packages.
Quotations on sheep snd lambs: Lambs,
good to choice, $lu7Mrll.fl0; lamba, fair
to rood. $10 4w 11.7V lambs, clipped $0ii
ITS 76; yearlings, fslr to choice light,
K5M76; yearlings, fslr to choice heavv,
$1 W,ii.3f.; wethers, fslr to choice, $7.;J
tj.0; ewes, good to choice, t7.8nlj"?fn;
ewes, fair to good. K..ltri.Si. .
No. Wt. Pr.
4." fed lambs 7S 1 70
l fed lamba M 10 80
97 fed Inmbs so 0 Oil
0 fed lambs JO K"
Kt fed eeea 101 f en
78 Mexican lambs 89 U on
MIICAfJO MVS STOCK MAftKKT
I ledr t !llr liners
I IlKiat llltkrr Ihees Weak,
1 CIUCAOO, Feh. $3 -CATTHC-Re-
ceipta. 4.M0 head: market steady to
, atr.mg. Native hi
weatem aiMr. Sri
beef steers, 8s.kVfr8.0A;
7 MTS. 10; stoekers and
I feedera. $.4r7.70: eows and heifers. 83.
"TifihlH-.1 1-m -..-v..
I A?,. ' J,' ? t;2: Jnr'"t
e'i."ia nun i"u inn n i iieer : niiiK m BiBajeast.
$s 2MiH.R0; gM. r.W8.4: mixed, 88.1 Off
heavy, $8..IJ866; rough.
r i"w an
SHEEP AND IvVMB"-ReeelrU 18.000
hesd; market week, lambs lOfffl- lower;
wethers, $7.9tMr8.S6; lambs, $S.7r(ni.ao.
Kanaaa City Live (Meek Market.
KANSAS CtTT. Feb. .-CATTT.-Recelpta,
8.600 head: market strong;
prime fed steers. $H 8nff,00; dre sod beef
steers, $7.flor.40; western steers. $.7M
$8 40; stoekers and feeders, $O.001r7.7&;
bulla. $"i .4i60; calves, $ MveMO.76.
HoOS-Beeelpts, 14.000 head: market,
higher: bulk of sales. $800f8.80; heavy.
$x.N4i,86: packers and butchers. $8.0M
..!: ngtit, XT J'tix.2n; pirs, gHsotii an,
SHEEP AND I-A MRS Receipts, (800
ket lower; lambs, 10 Sr-ff 10 80;
t.$MrlO.00; wethers, $7 7a;
I. I.oals Live Blork Market
BT. ' IX1UIB. Fob. M.-CATTIJ-Rs-celpts.
3.800 head: market hlgner: native
beef steers, $7.6fI1.0; yearling steers and
heifers, $t6Otrv.60; eows. $6.6nj,7.0O: stoek
ers and feeders, $o..Vfr7.60; Texas and In
dian steers. $6 $Mr8 00; cows and heifers.
$4Hrn00; native calves. $.0Hn0.7
HOtJB Receipts, 8,100 head; market
higher: pigs and tights, $AOir8.80; mixed
and butchers, $8.30 66; good heavy, $8.60
SHEEP AND LAMBB Recetpta. l,00
head: market steady; yearling wethers.
88 OvVitlO.00; lamba, $W.aQni 60; ewes. la.oO
8low City Live BtirOk Market. '
SIOUX CITY. Is.. Feb. !?. CATTLPJ
Receipts, 8.6H0 head: market 10c higher:
native steers, $7 JMI 10: butchers. $A.00i
7.0O; cows and' heifers, $fi.3fft.R6; stoekers
and feeders, M7(M7.46: calves. $6.6007.71;
bulls, stsgs. etc., IfvilM.W.
HOIS Receipts. Ifl.oiO head; market 10e
higher, heavy. K 06ti.Z6 ; mixed. $7 W
8 06; light, $7 W.8'l; bulk of sales. $7.86
SHEEP AND LA M BS Receipts, 1,000
head: market, steady; ewes, $8.60; lambs,
Bt. Jeaepk Live, Block Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Fob. 13. CATTLE Re-
eelpts. 2,200 head; market higher: steers,
$7.f(fe.26; eows and heifers, $4.0048.60;
HOGS Receipts. 8,o hesd: market
higher; top. $8.36; bulk of sales. $8.06 J
ail HEP AND amhs neceipts o.oon
head; market slow; lambs. $10.JOtfll.l0.
Leadoa Blaok Market.
INNDON. Feh. 13. American securities
on the stock market were lifeless owing
to the American holiday.
SILVER Bar. 3vd per ounce. .
MONEY-41i4i per cent.
DISCOUNT RATES Short bills and
three months, 6 per cent.
IX)NlON. Fen. xx.. Tne Ton owing wers
tihe London closing prlcee. with their
equivalents In New York;
onaon. is. iork.
'onsols. for money 6x4
British 4 war loan 87 Vh
Baltimore A Ohio Ho'
"anadlan Pacifln TTMs
Chicago Great Western 13
Chesapeake A Ohio.... 644
Clil., Milwaukee A PL raul. t
Denver A Rio Grande
Hrle 1st pfd 64V
Irand Trunk 18
Illinois Central V 4
I,ouiavllle A Nsshvllls 0374
Missouri. Kansas A Texas.. e
New York Central .110
Norfolk A Western lttH
Ontario A Wee tarn-..-. tw
Reading 81 4
Southern Railway . I1W
Southern Panino ......1'H'4
Union Paclflo ....1H4
United States Steel 87
D Beers lfl"4
La sal tea i irltlea.
Quota (teas n slsks 4 W . Brisk a r.
44 Omaas Mattoaal beak swIMIsg.
nraes IM. aavaa.
p a rw.. pro. ex-eiv
44 er .
lot 1 II
Haatrlee Q usem ' f east sre..,,
Fairmont Omimft, T mmr eaat mii..
irmoat rYeaaverr , era, ex-Jult die,
F rmoat C m . 8 per ea a4 seer.,
(koorh Mill, a 88., T see sent pti B. ,
Llnrola Tel. A Tal. mnm 1 mmr eaat.,
M'aiatala States Tl. A Tal
Omaha C. . St. Rr., pf4 ,.,
Omaha SC.. Rr, A ., sea
ftmaria I Q 6 81. Ky.. eest ,
Paters -111 Co.. eM
T'aiae ainrk TaMa t s. a. ei-drr...,
wmtat Fni1 Oil Os...
rvnndee Realty 0a. 1M ,
ChUajo Kr-. Berleo A, 188T
Ilatoa, Tax.. 44a. INI
Maoola Tel. A Tal. la, 14
Kanaaa 1tr. Mo., grhoela 4a
rimala WaJar WU 4Ha. IX I
Omaha C. B. ex. Re, ta. IMS
Omaha, Oas 4a, HIT
ParlflR O . ta. JS4J
KeS CI 4. Nab., 4m, IN
rVvlft a cm ta
Wlrtitla Cut Btoak TaeOs 8a. 1M.
Llrorwaol Gravis Market.
LIVERPOOL Feb. . WHEAT flnot.
ateady: No. 1 hard winter. Us 3d: choice
hard winters. 14s 8Vrd) No. I red western'
winter. Us 10d.
CORN Spot, steady; American mixed,
new. lla 3d.
LIVERPOOL, Feb. 22. COTTON S not .
quiet and steady; good middling, $.0ud;
middling, 7 7d; low middling, LiZd; sales,
SUFFRAGE BAZAR IS
PLANNED FOR MARCH
A suffrage baser Is being planned by
the Omaha Suffrage association to be
held about March 18. at some down-town
location. Cakes, oandles, pies and other
goodies, fancy work, rag rugs end a sale
of parcel post packages are expected to
bring enough money Into the euffrage
coffers to fill Its pledge of $50 to the
state fund. A committee composed ef
Mesdames W. H. Hstteroth. O. W. Co
veil, Herbert McCoy, Thomas Brown,
Sherman Felt. & A. Capea and Thor Jor
genson, met at the home of Mrs. Mo
Coy Monday afternoon to plan the do-
JAMES H. MACOMBER TO
FILE FOR DISTRICT JUDGE
James H. Macoraber, Omaha lawyer,
last night dispatched ta the secretary of
state by express a petition to havo his
name placed on the non-partisan ballot
for district Judge. Mr. Macomher'a pe
tition will be the first for dlMnnt ,,
for this district to be orlUU'! t.'X
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