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26th Ave. and Dewey
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A 12 Investment
This In a thrpp-story brick npartmpnt hoimo containing
nix "-room apart ments, renting; for $5.r.f'0 ra'h. Throe fi
roflin apartments, renting for $47.50, and three 5-rooni miirt
nients, renting for $42.50 parh. A total rental of $".i:oo a
year. In addition to this there arp. Janitor'a quarters In flip
basement and a Mriee hall formerly used as a reception hall,
which could h divided Into another apartment of three or
four rooms and bath, which would brlnre; It at leHHt $25.00
additional per month. The out of town owner has recently
given us the exclusive aRoncy for the sal of this property
for a few days only at a price far lens than the property could
be duplicated for. The eround Is 12Xxl2X, with streets on
three aides and private alley on the fourth side. The loca
tion Is close In, being only one block south of Harney and two
blocks from Farnam street. A district in which the lots
have more than doubled In value within the last two years.
Our price will surprise you, $45,000. There Is a tnortKuso
of $25,000 now against the property, which can bp p;tll off
or assumed. It draws 6, payable semi-annually. Uon"t
delay It will be sold this week.
TV LEU 1 536.
On All The Outlying Property
Of the Duf rene Estate
Terms, Cash or
Satisfactory Mortgage at 6
For One-Half the Price
On The Larger Prices
LIST CUT THIS OCT
corner 20th mid Cuming At. . .
lot 4S.7xltl; splendid t-roora modern houss
8J28 Hurt St.,
3.' Burt let
lot 4M.7xlul; -uod S-rooiu
WilOO ft., south front, on Hamilton,
and old house
3xl2 ft., B. W. corner 24th and Par
S"xl5 ft., east front, on Sherman Av
4S.4ixl5l ft.. N. W. coiner TJrt ana a urt. ,
4 A'xUl. next lot wet of above
.'-2xl"0. south front, on Hamilton St ., lust went of 42d Ht
fnal-4. wast front on 24th St.. oppo site Spaulding
UUJ4, west front, on t4tli BL. 1M (U outh of Laird
fcuxl24, east front, on tlst. 1U ft. so uth of Laird
Cox 132 ft., south front, on Seward. k4 0 ft. west of 3Mh FH
tvuxl'.'K ft., north front, on Kmmet, i ft. nt of SlBt Ave
' fxl.'S, north front, on Eraraet, I tt wat of tlMt Ave
4SI.', north front, en K.mmet, l'W ft. wpst of SlHt Ave
4 xlL'X. north front, on Kimnet. IV f t. north of 31t Ave
OixKl ft., north front, on Half-Char les. 102 ft. east of the Belt Line..
ftVxtil ft., north front, on HtUf-Charle s, Juhi rant of Llelt I.lnu rllil-of-wav
4xlL ft., south front, on Bedford Av e., :1 ft. east of .td St
4xiat ft., south front, on Hertford AV e.. Si ft. eaut of Xu !t
xl:'X ft., south front, on Hertford Av ., 1 ft. eat of SlHt Ave
Mixl.'K ft., south front, on Hertford AV e., M ft. east of .list Ave
trfixlis ft., south front, on Hertford A P.. W ft. east of Slut Ave
ftoxt-t) ft., an entire block between CI
Hlonrto. Will rut Into 28 lot
I a ilended proposition for a b
Rutiject to new
Kearlv 40 acres, flih and Urover, n
South Omaha Lots
4 lots on ZMh St.. Just north of "U;" each 40x1W ft. Price, each lot
aniiiH r.iiih from, on WanhlliEton. 1 ust west of 2i'.th rt
K of this property la prlcoU at I rom tt to i per cent lens thun ontl
narv val. e and there la no doubt tha t It will all be taken within a few
day's. Cut out this ad and look ovsr these barnains.
Out of 2S lots that we started
advertising two weeks ago we
have Just sold half of them. The
remaining 14 Include several
choice residence lots and several
very desirable sites for flat prop
erty. If you will go over this list
car fully and compare our prices
wih tboHC akrd for property lu
the Bituie location, you wiL find
that we are at least 25'c below
the general market.
Souiheast corner 19th & Pratt,
41x104, will divide $Buu
Northeast corner ltn and
South front on Locust between
ltsth and 19th $900
Southeast corner 20th and Lo-
throp, 66x124 $1,350
so fet east front on 10th.
north of AVIrt $1,9 50
1 esst front on Ifitn. south of
Southeast corner J4lh and
3 lots south aide of Cats at 32d.
each $ 1.250
1 lot' north side of ("bicntu at
S2d , $1,600
1 south front, east of 33d on
SoutuAest corner 32d and Cali
fornia. 60x60 $1,000
110 feet south front on Cali
fornia, between 33d and 3 4th
W'tiere the size is not giveu
it la a full lot.
A. P. Tukey & Son
Phone Doug. 502.
1S07-K W. O. W. Bldg.
it takes bui a minute of time to saw
dollar mm, yen read The Bee Want Ad
HI - DO.
opposite 42d Bt.i store building
ker . ...
.. 70 fl.
north of Pratt.
th and toth and Parker
a. ltequlres some rrartlnif.
pavlna on Parker.
o Improvi nients
K RELINK TU.IK5
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Kit UK PAH MS IN AltkANy.vA
INO.iwi acres of government land ci.cn
for homestead April tu, located alonit
and near tlu Missouri and North Ar
kansas railroad; Ideal for fruit. Kultry.
stock or general lartiiluu; some timber
W rite for partioul irs. J. C, Muitiiv
l. I'. A.. Pesk I,. llaiTlson. Arkansas.'
'Ht SAI.i': or exch'itigK Fi"ir"ir.7il0( pre "
ferahly rlearl Control per cent I of
pio-perou Calif,. rtua I Jll 1 Cotnpnnv
owning, subdividing and farming w,th
oiiil'i. te ir.i. icn nl ricii i ui acres at
lliv'i "hi,-, r ,. l'.,,., i iy Iticlmies 21
res valuable marketable nursery stock
Kal.inoc ii crop for lure,, ho ,,.,,,
Jr. s'ectiwi largo piofita m lions, nurs
ery, fruit specialty and subdivision
Hubmlt, Owner. 217 Storv Hli' . U
Articles, I 'til
A UTTUK farm, tAA. Easy terms ciTb
fornia linporu carloads of chickens and
ejigs. Herss a chance for poultrymen.
My tcre tracts are just big enough
for chickens and arc close to town con
venloiices and market cent.. Writs
owner for full Information. P. B Ooas.
. "hsridan. riacereounty!CallfoinU. o
loH HAKIv-hi aMs. i-l." toVoi t Mot"
can- land ly K, rVr , . f,,or,
lest of mill, all In winter wheal; price
Jh. per acre, fl.iiuo rash. balan b)
eai'S if wanted, or will take crop pay.
mollis. .If Interested writ K T I or
ooijin. Kcrt1j'rKsii. Coins
i KKK UOVKHNMKNT T-A Mis
cloni'lo; line sell utl . IiiiihIo; uti
iisuhI ,,. ion unity official painhlci
..,, .MKcr itiimiiirHl ion
ment, I'lason Uhlw., Uenver.
one coin of iHirclniM.. ",,......
quired to secure a truck or chicken farm
sue. driv'nu distance from Jacksonville
I-In.; good fertile soil und I, lie guaran
teed; iiossessioti whenever ou like, and
pay fur land whenever ou like. J,, yens
or more if desired, not' mote liun 'fi
h i- Hihii 10 M'tes all, .to. I t one person
ally hank, city official, chamber of
commerce, or a in comm. t , ;, hk n,
in Jacksonville our rrf t. n, Wri'e
I'lllH lllBR, ,'il' k.-onv hi,. Height
loiprnveineiil n. J ii K-onvlllc, r'
ri'K SAI.I. 1" aii.s ot v. .i.TuT.. HU
fruit land and a big lot In a good town
In Palm Itraoh I'o , Kla . on rail and
water; alligator p.ar trees planted
and eared fur :i years, price fur all.
$'. -' per cent cash. 2 per cent p, r
month, no Interest. Ad'lri s Owner, Vi 1
Wtrlminsu r Bldg , Chicago, 111.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
I tilth Lund.
I-t me t'll vnu hnw to s;pt It Idh
Unit In fjil of It. snrt tie lend Isn't
rv hlxli-l rl' rth r t'limalic and
living oi'ditlnns .'tr rxrrt'rtit rr t rl:
tty uxivl ftr r-ofiklnc tlKlittitK and hat
tntr on Tunnv f-it in -rHui atiotial ntlvan
Inr'e mi' v ll- il
'Ihi'- n tn.TTiv I i fi ' ff I; imI --Irrt -SHt'il
an) not: lnlKtffi sil'st'le for all
Kitirtf of ffutntiiK. f',r Fle i hnp anrt on
r''Hijimtpp tf-rmf. So,-, rnlmnrf tnthly
I'i'ofitnlili'. I ill fclv conr l" t- inform"
Hi ll to nii fro" for thn nukinx
P.. A. SMITH.
Colntii.ntlon Inilnalrlnl Agent.
I iii' ti I'ai if c fitirm.
I: o;n I ,.io i i 1 1 l ic nMit iisrters.
I 1 1 1 1 'I ' .1 . c'. ' O
Innn I it rt ,t.
I I IM-TS
I r.OM I lTY
c n r x r 1 1.
iooit B-rootn house, r 1 1
tifrr-s"R ry liHrnn anil other
nutl'iill'ltnK". B'lout 6 acrrs
In alfalfa, 3 a'.res In fruit.
Tina l.i ml lnys as well as
Hie average land In the lo
cality mill ran all lie tultl
atil; nwmf very annlous
Price. $p0 Per Acre.
onkilh uical khtaik
VM-s Hinnilci" Tlirnlff Kl'ln.
Tel. Tjler l'r.t.
II miles southeast of Co. Bluffs. W
nrit iii I'liitiv ii tion, Home tlmlier, fair
Iniprovctnciit. price $K per acre; about
$l,ii cash, balance on easy tcrniH.
O'Ktrfe KN-al J-ta(e Co.,
J01S Omaha Nat. nk. El'lg-. Douir 2715.
M ll'lllUR tl I.UIIIJM,
CAN locate ten people on ;o-acre bome
sicails In southern Montana. Ixxatitis
fee ImO Address Farnswoi'th c ilucy,
I illlon, Mont.
MiniirKiin I. anils.
240 ACJilOfi, ib miles from Minneapolis,
near two jfood railroad towns; one-
half under cultivation, balance use for
issture and bay; ran pracllcaJly all
ciitlvaU'il: good soil, sood sot of
biilhliiiKs; this land will produce SO
biishHa of corn per ocre; country Is
thlctly settled; complete sot of ma
chinery ; Ti bead of stock, consisting
of 11 cows, bulance 1 and 2-year-olds;
4 Rood horses, nous, chickens and
evi-rylbliifc on the farm noes at too per
acre. Jinmcdlnto posst'ioilon can be had.
1028 riyinouth Hhlg . Mln neapolls. Minn.
IS Till. HI-; a spot on eiulh you Clin chiI
your own? If not, buy a farm In the
Hed Klver valley, Minnesota. Wrlto
your went. Asnts wanted. J. K. Car
penter l,imd Co., ., CrookBton. !Hnn
Mlsaonrl l.a n ila.
IMi-ACHK liii in. Kent Co., Xk. ; 1 ml. vll
Ihko, i int. from Halem; highly Im
proved; fine liarn and silo, good bulld
InKH, meadow, wheat, plunty water; 110
cultlvii ted, all tllluble, price X per
W. 8. FRANK.
201 Neville lllock. Omaha.
UHKAT HA K'iAINeS 16 down, monthly,
buys 40 acres, Rood fruit and poultry
land, near town, southern Missouri.
1'iUe only $176. Address Box 8U8, Kx
relwlor Hpi-tntcx, Mo.
M lMlfit l.amlM.
fUi'lf upland Imp. farnm7 flO acre ui
wards. Corn, cotton, alfalfa, cattle,
boss; lurse and Hinall tracts; easy toinis,
nill.l climate. Ptebblns. 1H10 Chlcas;o. o
Of It 1!UG Montana booklet free; all about
our big crops, low priced fertile land:
easy terms; deal with owners. Western
Maies Kami A lev. Co., Helena, Mont.
I M1I.KS WEST OF QRUKLEY
TWO O'CLOCK P. M.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16.
SALE HELD IN O' MALLET-GALLAGHER
OI'ERA HOUSE. GREELEY,
Terms 10 per cent of purchase pries
rash day of sule. per cent March a,
IStti. balance and 7 years at S per cent
Interest. Abstract showing perfect title,
together with warranty deed delivered to
puvchaeci, March 2a. 191U, when posses
sion will be given.
LAND WILL BE SOLD
Tract No. 1 Containing 40 acres. Im
proved as follows: six-room, story and
Uilf house, bain for lti head of horses
with hay mow. granary Sxlti. cattle shed.
chicken house, hog house, well and wind
mill, '-'io acres under cultivation. 63 acres
in alfalfa. 10 acres pasture, balance
meadow, all fenced and croas to need.
Land lies level to gently rolling, soli
ttiiicK loam with clay sutisoii.
Tract No. 2 Containing ISf) acres. 89
actts under plow, balance In hay. Nearly
all tin.' iiiaiter ran be broken and prof
itably farmed. Fence on three sides. Land
lie- filing but not rough, soil black loam.
Tract No. 3 Containing S-'O acres, 'JUfi
acres under plow. 40 acrea alfalfa, bal
anc hen of pasture all fenced and cross
fenced. W ill cut this tract in two If
purchaser so wishes. Ivind Ilea mnstlv
lev.-l to genllv rolling, soil black loam
iih clay subsoil.
Tract No. i Homo place. nine-room
house, large barn ;i2x6. room for head
of horses and W tons of hay, equipped
with fork, u rii on ry and blacksmith shop
x.ij. coin cno ;en witn drive way. nog ,
house l:x??. two chicken houses, wash
house, roh houwe, dipping tanks and le- j
horning chutes, complete water system,
rtping witter to house and an stock ham.
i acres' under plow. ;Vi acres alfalfa. St)
.-rea of which is fenced hog tight, bal
ance imsturc l.aiul lies level to rollini;
except pasture. moII black loam.
Tract No. b t'ontalnlni; 2 acres, exira
good pasture except 'ii acres which Is
1 rai l No 6 Containing SO acres, verv
bet of past lire, all well fenced.
"he Heed family are goini? to Montana
Slid the shove laud will be sold regardless
A good school onn-hslf mils from rsnch.
SO t'OMK FORWARD ALL TR WHO
WISH THE EARTH.
For further lnformstion. Write
N KB R ARK A REALTY AUCTION CO.,
CENTRAL CITY. NF.B.
wikliam e. nrnr owner
Colonel M. A. Carraher,
M . Larson. Msnaner.
YIELDS $100 VVM ACRK.
North Platle valley, Nebraska,
lands last year paid to owners who
Iraaod them for sigar-beet raising
over A per acre basx.l on one-fiflh
c-f the crop snd the beet tops.
You can buy these diversified
farming lands at reasonable prices
and on exceptionally easy terms. Do
not lot this real opportunity pass,
bit ask me TODAY for rellabU In.
lurnuiiion about these lands.
R. A. SMITH.
Colonisation and Industrial Agent,
t'lilou Pacific System,
Room M'V o-.u Union i'acittc Head
quarters. OMAHA. NEBRASKA
Nn'IIUNH HI TTEK IN N. W. NEB
:.04ii acres, 40fi cultivated. So alfalfa,
well IikhI'iI. extensively Improved. I7
ht Owner desires to rellrs. Kelea h
oifford, 3V R.imse Bldg , Omaha. Neb
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
e It re ski l.enrfs.
L'l actrs of table Innd lolni'ic
h'nin. Highly lmiroei rile
t ' an
I-nl -tnto Co..
Mk Hlfla- T"!ir. ITI.'i
I lilt .SAI.I' l" im ii: two liillrf went of
I'lrfo, Ni-li,; vi'. linproverl :
err un.if.f c'llt ix1 1 1 ion, :to n r Hlfnlfa
vi h I'- rlor-r lnt rf t'l'ir iini tn pi
t ii o will t n k '
low f.i i i w
K X 4'.'1. U mm i .
( M ill T,
f til lleoln I fto'.
tji Ai'KKH, near I'n'm. 2 nul'" town,
reaily frir i-rnps. retilcd thin yni f " r
one thlrd ( lenr to on"r. I'cr aire. 4i
Hodgson Itraltv I'o. St a. f. Fiirifo.
N 1 1.
Snntti Dakota l.iutili,
lTs ACRES. I'nnioved. 1 1 vie county. S
htiiip If I
once. M. (J.
'lesits I. lit. tin
tVHKN von buy fsrm Intnl. pet It bet e
It has a flit ire. If j ou buy luxh i
priced I : i I yon tir" just trndlns dollars.!
so to speak. We have a Innd proposi
tion that oufcht to Interest every farmer,
seeking to better his condition our'
lands sell at I'O to 4i per acre, on rosy
terms. The soil Is rh h and fertile, the i
flimnte fine, the witter supfily pure and
plentiful, the r.ilnf.ill has always been
smple to Insure crops. 1" ntll s few
years ago there was no railroad through j
this sect Inn of the country, hut with;
now rapidly coining to the front, towns I
are springing up, and In a few years
these lands will double and treble tn
value. We have personally Investigated
this land, bought some of It ourselves,
and have the agency for a llmitd sup
ply. These lands are located In west
ern Texaa, below the Tanhanole. Cir
cular clvirg detailed information fur
nished upon application.
SCOTT & HILL COMPANY,
Iougla lOPO. M'fBgue Building
HJi Indian reservation fo open! 7So7io
acres for settlement. Wheat, fruit, gen
ersl farm lands, II. fin per acre. pcn
coming aummtr. Homes for lo.iofl. S"tid
llie at once for copies with reliable Infor
mation regarding this grent reulon We
natchie (VSash.l I'aily World, l'ept. 11.
IsroMwttt I, inula.
Vt'HfcK w I au.i uesi uau y anT
general crop s'ate In the union; settlers
wanted; lendt fur sale at low prloes on
sasy terms. Ask fur booklet 34 on Wis
consin Central I-and Crant. Excellent
lands for stock raisins If Interested la
fruit lands ak for booklet on app.s
orchards. Address Land and Industrial
Dept., aoo Line Railway, Mlnuaapolla
WISCONMIN clay loam "land wltliln drl
Ing distance of Huperior; attractle
tithes and terms; write for Information.
Farmers' I.nd and Cattle Co., twners,
Ht. f hiiI. Minn.
M lace I la u eon a.
HAVE YOU A f AHM t UH 8AL.E?
Write a Kod description of your land
and send ll to the Sioux City (la.) Jour
nal, "Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-five words every Frl.
day evening, Saturday morning and
vary Saturday evening and Sunday for
one month, giving sixteen ads on twelvs
different days fur 12; or 0 words. It, or
76 words, 16.
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper; fcOO.UX) readers dally In four graal
BUYERS Wlfif "
Farm land ads placed in these col
umns reae'i the kind of people all
over the west who have ample funds
with which to Invest in lands
Quality and quantity are both found
In THR BhlC'S country circulation.
Although the subscription rate la
higher, TUB BEE has a greater coun
try circulation dally and Sunduy than
Its nearest Omaha competitor. Hend In
your ad and reach some real buyers.
NOTICE TO FARMERS.
When in nesd of help of any kind
write, telephone or call on us.
CUNN1NUHAM LABOR AUKNCT.
Ill 8. Uth St. Omaha. Neb.
tAiiM land, D.kj per acre down, balance
,terms; state what you wmt; you deal
with owners. Covers' and Kellers' Ass'n,
Knickerbocker Hldg.. Denver. Colo.
FAHMi, acreage and city property for
sale and exchange. C. K. Combs, su
Hrandels Theater 'tldg. Pong. 3HHi.
OOIXJNIZATION lands, larga tiactsTFla..
Ala., Miss., Mo. and Ark. ill oat bar
gains, a. H. Htebhins, lt10 Chicago. o
FARM LAND FOR RENT
l&i ACRES Bennett county. South la
kota, tt acrea under cultivation, 1U acres
alfalfa, usral Improvements, Including
windmill. Less than mile to store,
postolflce. and school. Wishing to sell
household furniture, firm machinery,
slock, etc., purchaser gets one year
lease free with an option of 2 more at
IHIO per ye;r. Ait immediately as this
must be closed within ten days.
Look Box 2rti, Omaha, Neb.
FOR HEN r IHO-acre farm; general store
(has postoffleej, big chance for man
with family. Wtston. N. D.. I1.60U pays
rent and stock; Investigate. Postmaster,
liadlard. N. D.
proved Innd, S miles from Calhoun, Neb
ACRES, improved land. 3 miles from
Flair, Neb. Possession at once
Webster WHO. 27.fi Caldwell.
FARM LAND WANTED
WANTED To hear from owner of good
rami or unimproved land for sale. I .
c. Buckingham. Houston, Texas.
ANTED To hear from owner of farm
or unimproved land for sale at the right
price, A. K.. Box 1X7, Olney, III
HAVE cash buyers for lowi
i' a or eastern
Nebraska Improved farms.
W. K. CRAIO. 1317 City Nst. Tvlr .H2.
WANTHlv To hear direct from owner ot
farm or unimproved land for sale. O. K.
Hawley, Kuldwln. Wis.
WANTKiwKuinu; have 3,i'7 buyers; de
scribe your unsold property. ti24 Farm
ers' Exchange, Denver, Colo.
MUST SELL HARNESS.
$2,700 worth of double harness to close
out at a discount of one-third from reg
ular price; H.ouO worth of single har
nejis to close out at one-half regular
price. Harness shipped subject to in
spection. If not satisfied, money will
JOHNSON -DAN FORTH CO
IM.t-31-M N. Pith St., Near Clark' Rt.
HARNESS, SADDLES AND-"TRUNKS.
make llioiu ourlvea and suit them
direct to the consumer. W hy pay two
profits for Inferior goods whan you can
get high-grade goods at first coat
ALFRED CORNISH & CO..
l'-'U) Karnam St.. Omaha.
ON K i-yesi-oi'i niare. wt. l,4ut; one i-year-old
niare, w t. l.;o; best farm team
In the country. Also one 9-month-old
mare colt. One sot of double harness,
almost new. Forest Farm. 1 miles esi
? mile aou-.h of Benson, .'all Benson
INTELLlijKN'f and permatenl advertia
lug will "sell" any salable real estate,
and tiie largest number of prospective
buyers can is reached through th
Real Estate and Want-Ad Oulde to all
of c.reater Omaha THE BEE.
Koit SA I.K BiiHid sow and a thoroui;lw
bred Chester hlte hoar, good cow and
calf. A. A. Linstroin, Saipv county.
Tel South L"l
ONE pall oi t,oi'd young mares. Ihs.
one big nail mules. I a v hit citv. Mis.
Nelson. I ft 4 California
BAY pacing male, weighs 1.1 .i Tbs. i-'
I .ea iiiih or! h. Cull 1 Koig i7
ONE email scale. 1 spring wagon, 1 lufu-
ber wagon. 1.'! S. ban St.
LA Kit E. young, black Uin. 4124 Sara
toga St Colfax 24-1.
1 lloltl., d ars old. weiuhl 1. Na
Skow. 221.1 N. 'h St
HORSE snd llgltl delivery n(nn for
ale. Wohstor 2-VK
HAY-I7 0O ton. A. W. Wagner. 101 N. II
lili'KKK "Win. lay (.irpiiiH tons hih
fTKH'KKK "Win-lay (.irpina tons hih
winner anil layf r: won fir.t. hi"
otnl". "i third prisfs: niv "Holden Puff"
snl 'Lily Whit"" Orplnp'ons are I est
v inter biver breed I. why rht' k snd thk.
for f.st-hm Wiilnut ;T7J. MricKf r,
4it and ' tia'-les streets
l,iS fur h;t'hinir. !ll eTra" frw"st "
tings from rc t n of prire winners.
er-Sp.'ins!cd Umiihurir, rr.nst he;ci
tiful, and us- th" ynr xpj.inrt Call
and hfr l.nuTcl Ave T'-l I'd !"t'l
M').VI.Y In rcickens. tile fnr Johns n s
fre cntMloe, J v. i j 1 1 y Know How,
.1.... ..... ..... . 1 ,,1.1 T.... t
IIIC ,i'-III-, I rn 1 I llfll ) 111-
;uliiii"t. t. M .loi.nson Co., Ciay Cen
HI S't ;i,K ' "M r HUck-"Mlii'o--' a'.-ock. t . T-f
liiif? Ori'tnttnt, hns; nnllets ,uiu fn-'
tin ejef.; rivi.otifthle. Sjoii Second Ac..
c ouncii i iiiii t-. ill. j i-v
jl'ST reclel small shipment ' Chin
anatlei, p. f,,r singer.
M A. X CKISI.P R IJliU CO , litIT Karnii'-.
t KI'I N' i 1 1 1. chickens, wht'e or buff;
eettlnir f; nl"! fekln rt:n-l( ckks,
II. 1'hniie South -''X
.S ' V hlt: Ixctioi'ii h.iti hlng re.:.' Hnil
cnclieteln. t'tlfnx 1:V'A
I INK. while, inimiini'ih duck?
I'i ItK brd Huff Orpinston nenn, lie a In.
I lot 'AN .rks. 3& NT
17th. (.iTrfiix :(1T.'.
VXD grain. lOu lh.. il.7b. Wagner. SUlN.ll
A 1.' T fl CI.EARINO HOTS K.
largest dealers in used automobiles
wtrtt of Chicago.
lf14 Htevens-Duryes. six-cylinder tour
ing. This rar Is Jest like new, at a
i:nti Monitor Touring elec, equipped,
brand new $'.jn
1!H Oakland touring.
Hill Studebaker. 6-ryl
elec. equipped 4J."i
.. touring fine
1314 King roadster, elec. equipped
1914 Krlt touring
1!14 Kord del. car. enclosed body,
fine condition 350
1113 Stevens-Duryea, model X, tour,
fine condition 4"")
1012 Csdlllac touring, Mec. equipped aZn
1911 Cadillac, touring, elec. enulnped
In fine condition 673
1913 Overland, tour., elec. equipped 37T'
1!I Dode touring, very fine cond. njil
191.1 Klanders touring, good shape.. 2f0
1910 Stoddard Dayton, 4-pass., very
fine condition o)0
1913 Locomobile, touring, good con
1912 Peerless touring, fine condition SO)
1913 lexlngton touring 27r
1912 Oakland touring, good shape 27.7
1913 Kord delivery car, open body,
good shape 2oi
1913 Klssel-Kar. speedster, very
good condition and fust 6.YI
1912 .tevrns-Duryca, 6-cyl., touring,
fine condition G2.7
1913 Apperson, tour., good condition 43
1912 Stoddard Dayton, touring, good
condition throughout 4."0
1912 Chalmers tour., fine condition 3u0
1915 Argo, roadster, in good con
1914 Cadillac touring. In fine con
1913 Studebaker (25) touring, good
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE,
largest dealers in used automobiles
west of Chicago.
2209 Farnam street, Doug. 3310.
Caryl H. Strauaer, Mogy Bersteln,
TWO REAL CAR
Both ln excellent condition. Can buy
at . price that will surprise you.
Xeb. Buick Auto Co.,
1!H Karnam St.
Phone Doug. 721.
Enger "8," practically new,
2 mi Maxwell touring cars, slightly
used, at a bargain.
1915 Ford, self-starter, slip covers food
as new bargain.
1914 Ford touring, good shape.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
221 Farnam. Douglas 8T..r
ISiHi DOUUK touring tvx
1911) Monitor touring, brand new
Kissel Kar speedster, fast, a bargain.
1914 Ford delivery enclosed body l.vsi
Overland touring, electric equipped.. H?3
1913 Cadillac touring, perfect I'i7
Auto Clra rl n g House. 2-Vt Karnam. D. ;wi I
WHEN YOU PLAN TO SELL THAT
REAL ESTATE WHAT?
List your property tn THE
BEE'S Big House, Horn and Real
Estate Guide. Buyers nf real es
tate are exacting usually. Valua
must b there, and apparent. Vrlca
should ba an inducement, but
roaks the information definite
and you will get responses from
persons really Interested in vour
offer. If you run It In THH BEHL
FOR SALE 7-passenger. 1913 model Win
ton Six, electric starter and lighting
system; In perfect condition; Silverton
cord tires al. around; will sell dirt
cheap If taken at once. L. Helm. 16th
and Howard Bts. Douglas 4S1.
i PASSENGER. 40 horsepower, 1914 uiod
el Jackson, with self starter and elec
tric lighta, newly painted, new top and
thoroughly overhauled. Will trade for
city property or farm land.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN. 1M4 Harney St.
USED C A IIS. We buy for cash. We carry
50 or more in stock. Industrial Oar
age. 10th snd Harney.
BRUSH auto truck, in good running or
der, for sale cheap. Phone Web. 7121.
SNAPS In used Fords at 1113 Farnam.'
4ata I.lvery nnd C,arnaea.
LARltE. new garune. rent reasonable.
1210 Wirt. Webster 2iic?.
Auto Itepnlrlng and Palming
$100 reward 1.'T magneto we can't repair!
Colls repaired. Haysdorfer. HO N 18th.
KEH. Autu Radiator Repair Service., anil
prices rnrnt. zix s lvtn St. n. 7S90.
JOE MURPHY Auto rrparlng. 112 S. 17th
St. Tyler 2P7, night. Red S794
Omaha Radiator Rep Co..
1 3s rar. D. L
oo Tires and Supplies.
Xl4 TIRES. Willi tuo.es. complete.
Standard brand, guaranteed. Ili.mi.
2."'1 Farnam. 1 . 478.
DUPLEX TIRE CO. DEPT. B.
REBUILT. $2. TO $5.00.
Uo TIRE CO. lrill Chicago St
Kleetrlc A toiuoblis.
Walter Anderson, exp't rep g electrics &
batteries. Storage. ?2Sf Karnam. D. 4317.
et t seel la seuus.
Fire. Theft. Liability and Property
Damage at Lowest Rates.
KILLY. ELLIS THOMPSON.
113-14 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. Mi.
MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES
l..lot.i.l-1'AV mooN SIO'IOUCVCLKS.
Bargutn In used machines. Vlu'.or Rooa
1ho Motoicycle Maiu'' '!.C Lenvcuworiu.
AUSTRIANS WILL SUBSTITUTE
TO MEET DRUG SHORTAGE
(Correspondence of The Associated Press !
VIENNA, Feb. 2 To meet the serious
shortage of certain drugs and medicines
the Pharmacological institute has been
conducting investigation Into the produc
tion of proper substitutes. The Drug
gists' Wochenscbrift publishes a long list
of successful "Ersats" medicines already
produced, among them being a synthetic
form of morphia, a substitute for glf
cerlne snd bromide to take the place of
Iodine as a skin disinfectant
EDISON'S GREATEST MARVEL
Discovery and Wonderful Develop
ment of the Incandescent
FIFTEEN MONTHS OF TOIL
t.dlsrn h.i wrrcicht.
int., 1 he ill-, at
White Way Is r,,, tin- createst. It Is
1 1 en ;oi c
not vi'h'iut reason that
iilehrntlon of Kii'.i-on day. on October
.1. this year. tna::cy snVxposition
of the Wl.ll.le'.u of ill' anu' irent lighting,
for once a vear the nrrnt nnny of r!i"- .
trl-al workers slorify their leader with;
hit-'li Jinks. I
Kdisoti dny was not a coniuiemoral ion I
of the Inventor s birth, l-ut "f the anni
versary of the first successful attempt
t; nuke a carbon filament glow Inside
of a el its bulb by running a current of
ilr. trh Ity through It. That whs cm Oc
tober 21. 17. nnd the story of the devcl
rpmont of the Incandescent lipht after
that experimental triumph is fully as
wondeful ni thr experiment was. though
that Itself was the culmination of tifteen
months of continuous toil. j
The filament he used then was simply
a scnin of paper which he bad baked
In an oven till all Its elements had passed
away excepting its carbon frame work.
n till all Its elements bad Passed
for tills was before he had discovered
the availability of raibonized bamboo.
After I's discovery the latter substance
was used for r.hout ten years in making
filaments for commercial lamps. This
was followed by the "squirted'' filament
employing carbonized cellulose m one
form or another.
mini' irie iiicia.uzcu carunn ilia-;
... . I . . : I , : 1 -
ment. then the nrrssed tumrsten
ment and finally the special form of
drawn tungsten wire used in modern
Edifon Mazda lamps. Working: down from
a consumption of four or five watts of
electrical energy per cnndlepower In Edi
son carbon filament lamps to the stand-I
I nrd a, few years ago of 3.10 watts per
randlepower. the Mazda lamp has brought ,
tuts down In about five years to about
one watt; while In the large sizes of
Mazda gaa-flllcd lamps, the reduction in
current consumption has reached the
low level of nearly a half watt per
First Kx perlnients.
Edison practically begnn Ills experi
ments ln electric: lighting In September.
1S7K. Just previously to this he had re-1 Is quoted at $110 an ounce. A yesr sg
turned from a visit to a Connecticut j false teeth were Just old false teeth and
factory, where an electric are lamp was j meant nothing further than that, but lo
used, which concentrated his thoughts on j day they are the equivalent of retl
the subject of lighting by electricity, and i money. Gold Is worth only $20 an ounce,
he determined to tackle the problem. therefore platinum is worth more than
Edison has said: "In those days it was ! live times as much as this traditionally
easy to sec what electric lighting needed J valuable metal. And the platinum doe
-It wanted to be subdivided. The lights not glitter, either; In fact, it doesn t even
were too bright and too big. What we ishine.
wanted was little lights and to distribute I All over the country dentists, jeweler
them to people's houses like gas." and manufacturers of false teeth are ad-
Of the two systems before him. the vol- veitlsing for plates and sets, of'erlng to
taio arc and the Incandescent, Edison I pay the hiKhest cash prices for each. A
chose the latter as the practical one for j short time ago it was not unusual to se
ttle Fubdiviaion of electric lighting Into numerous sets of old false teeth in the
little units. The discovery of the proper pawnshops, but no more. Thev hsve
substance and method for securing the been sold and the pawnbrokers made a
Incandescence proved the stickler. The tidy profit, for they only paid from 5
almost boundless scope of his Investlga- cents to 10 cents a plate for them then,
tions. which is so characteristically epl- False teeth are a good Investment, and
tomized in his remark. "We tried varl-lthe longer the war last, the higher
oua things," la evidenced in some measure
by the patent records.
The substances that were experimented
with Included electric arc light carbon
(made into paste and rolled into threads),
cotton thread, vulcanized fiber. Jute,
palm fiber, grasses, carbonised flax,
threads msde of lamp black and tar,
charcoal, hemp, soft paper, fish line, va
rious combinations of paper and tar
linen, cardboard, celluloid, box wood!
cocoanut hair and shell, shavings from
hickory, bay wood, rosewood snd a thou
sand or more other varieties of wood.
The practical filament was finally found
ln the fiber growing Just under the out
side hard surface of a certain variety of
Stirring Scenes In Laboratory.
Commenting on the atirrtmr
the laboratory at the time of the discov
ery, Mr. Edison says: "We sat and
looked, and the lamp continued to burn,
snd the longer It burned the more fasci
nated we were. None of us eonM
bed, and there was no sleep for over
forty hours. We sat and Just watched It
with anxiety and growing elation.
"It couldn't be nut on the m.rii.t
course, but it showed unmistakably that
r.t-iii.ciiy coum ne used for incandescent
lighting. I spent about $40,000 ln bring
ing the investigation up to that point;
and yet, in a way. this was only the be
ginning. A little later we placed several
hundred paper filament lamps on the
market. Although people liked them T
Knew we could do better
So I heran
,,, t it... -
...... Vu ngm aina or carbon. Men they were released at the shoulder
were sent all over the world to collect ' Joints and remained hanging when the
grasses and fibres that looked promising. ' trapper caught the rabbit by the hlnd
They brought back several hundred, and ' Quarters and started for home. When
out of the lot I selected a certain kind of ! h returned the weather had moderated
bamboo that grows in Japan. We made I and the prisoners had been released,
filaments out of that for nine years." I A first-rate example of "the unusual "
In regard to Installing his first central
nmiii'ii, ine niu i cari street station In
Now ork City, he has said. "You can
not Imagine how hard It was. There was
nothing that we could buy or that any
body could make for us. There were no
high-speed engines, and the manufactur
ers said they were impossible."
VYatchln mt m Safe Distance.
Mr. Porter of the old Porter-Allon v..
gine company, built for Edison hi. fit
high-speed engine of 1M horsepower and
7U0 revolutions a minute, fidlson savs
"We set the mat bine up In the old "hon
and as we had some idea of X 1
ba.men - ti . v, , T 7 8
le vahe an l ran u l"e thro-
!w u . ?i AT 0U8h a wln'
fo work" it WOOd!,he1, Where w 1,100(1
It ran. oh. yes. It ran Every time it
turned over It shook the firmament and
tried to lift the whole hill with It.
loneo nown to Jj0 revolutions. If
satisfactorily and everybody said: 'Wnv
how beautifully it runs, and how prac-
tical such an engine is.' Now. don't you
know 1 knew they would say that? Didn t!
you ever find out that trying to do the'
impossible make -.bout half thl impossl-i
hie stem easy?" !
While thl. work was going on in the!
shop underground mains were being laid
in New York. "During this period " says'
Edison. -I used to sleep nights on piles !
of pipe ln the station." Finally, the great !
day for trying out the system arrived. I
-We started one engine and all was well.)
and we had uoO ohms resistance. Then t
we started another engine and threw
them In parallel. Of all the clrcu.'es since
Adsm wss born, we bad the worst then.
-One engine would stop and the other
would run up to about 1.000 revolutions.
Then they would see-saw. When the elr.
cus began, the gang bolted and kent run.
- ' - --
nU.i f a. AA..-.I- V. I I . . -.
V . I-v . "natwas
the matter? Wy. it was those Porter
governors By connecting .11 the gov-
:!i-t; were 1 1 nn 1 1
h" wn to th-
lii.-tlon In tl,"
m vi led on in f-e
t rrercn lahcrntoiie
I Mbctrio co'iiT'1"1 11
' lie ll! Ilttf e Xllct : .1 II
of tie lle'lfl'I
I lotpe cTp. Oi'
1 t-i 'ni,U'ove CT
:i:i'l lighting rm-
S-'ll' Mtf '1 III1. C 1 -
..'.,, ' I'f
j i C' i n:vl c:i
, ! i thi w or It of
2 I ib-ve'o..-
' terhtlinl ."-Ml! ir"'!n
stentiy e-e. t i
brncrs ei r i r i "
tiori. f!f .w f ii a'v c;
t it y e t 1 y 1 r:ii c l
Jjlnrrrlnir I rrpf 1
X pi I llllcnt.'l ! i' n. ! '
nietit New i ork H.
BIG PRICE FOR STORE TEETH
lot tiff llolnrs i;aicrl onahl tor
thr IMattnnm fins they
Have vnu any od (
t icked H v. a j in an ol s
s of fa No t'P h
..re c utiei :it -
If you l ave, now is the time to i -r
them out of ret ire.nrr.t . for ll'.cy are c t
Root! as t'nited .States cold in ni'
today, ntul many dentli;t will anrt y
t'H.v y.ui around j.1 crnts t plate or $! i
f t for them. Contrary to the g-neil
belief, the teeth are nvor used avain.
nor ir the rubier plate In d'unand. but in
each tooth is a very small emount of
''"""' '"' m demand jus
lit I resent. Tho v nr. of coin sc. is th'
In each falpe tooth of n:oi inaimfa?
turcrs there are two small litiniini wire
pins, perhaps one-sixteenth of an inch in
thickness and leas t'ran n ipinrter of nn
inch in lensth. The plm arc worth ai-
, proximately 2 cents each, or 4 cents far
the tooth, and are what the purchnseist
of old false teeth tre after. The older the
' iretn too more aiuanie iney are
: 'n the gord old cays the platinum wa
! ""ed mor' fr'ely than ln lat0 'pS'S- Thli
metal, containing a 20 ner cent lrldl im
nlloy to harden It, Is used because of the
high resistance It offers to nearly all
chemical action and the hrat in prepar
ing the teeth ln the plates.
One year ago tcday the price of ilnt
Inum, probably the most valuable m"tnl
ln the world ln general n.ae, was about
f40 to $15 an ounce. Tractlcally the en
tire world's supply conies from the Ural
mountains in Russia, and on account of
tho war this supply lias been to all pur
poses shut off entirely. The other place
where the metal is found produce only a
m nor amount and are unable to fill th"
market demand. Hence, the price today
inum and the false teeth prices will soar.
TALL TALE FROM THE TIMBER
A Truthful Indiana Trapper
Spring Prise Nature Story
of the Season.
There comes from the Courier-Journal's
resident correspondent at Seymour, Ind ,
an interesting story.
A trapper entered an Implement shed
on a farm ln the lowlands and was sur
prised to find five minks, six rabbits end
a weasel 'hanging by L.eir forefeet to
the steel beam of a plow. The shed
was partly filled with water. The nl.
j mals had sought safety from the flood.
tnetr common distress prevented the csr
nlvores from eating the rodents. Like
the lion and the lamb which lay down
side by side without the lamb being on
the Inside, the minks and the weasel
stood up with the rabbits and placed
their forefeet on the plow oeam to keep
their heads above the water. Not one
of them crawled up on the plow handles.
It was agreed, perhaps, that they should
share alike in the benefits of the beam.
The minks did not take advantage of
their ability to crowd the rabbits off of
their higher part of the plow.
The weather was cold. The feet of
the animals froze to the beam! Tha
trapper decided to take home a rabbit
and return for the rest of the fellow
sufferers. Rut so tie-hti,. --v.
! hit'. fArcli ... .... .. .
.i i'"'-M iu me steei tnst
w"'L'n "'ways is news. The most le-
mitrkablo feature of the story was, how.
ever, slighted. Mink pelts are worth
from $2 to $2 r each. So there was at
least $10 worth of mlnlc fur In sight when
the trapper was content to carry homo
a two-legged rabbit and reiin-r,
other day to get the minks.
The Utter confidence of the trapper In
" cohesive qualities of a plow beam and
i a d0IPn m,nk f,'Ft under ,ho Influence of
i . " tt,m'"ature rr gen length
i l"-"'t'l. l't us say. he should find
conV,n"'t turn for the pelts-is
T" n,r; "
minks and the rabbits, by common im-
P'. Panted their wet foet on the beam
n(i tnoii 8tl" unt11 y fro" to It.
The Mature of an unusual story
be It said to whom it may concern-
'should be. in the language of the local
I room, -developed." ln other respects the
' story from Seymour Is above criticism as
a tall tale fr.om tho timber. Louisville
ONLY EXPENSIVE WATCHES
RPPAIRPn IM PlaCmtAI
hLrAltttU IN ULASGOW
(Correspondence of the Associated Press )
jr ASOOW- Feb. .-Because ne.r'y
ry av,"l"ble lllcl mechanic has been
C"M l'Pn l worl nn ,nijn"lon snd
f'" fr U" mc" "l ,he frPnt' Io h!
.t m,""'" wa,r""ak''" snnounce that
7 ' " n0' V"" Pir watches
d l8se' ',d of ""1l v"'u
ihrn on,v t,t two months' notice.
HUNDRED TURN OUT FOR
TRACK AT CALIFORNIA
T'nivcrMty of California's rlnder trsrV
l.i in fr'st , ts shape, the interior being
."j'lim vtiui nrw
coven d with new turf. A total of D'
candidates reported to Coach Welter
Christie. Th. annual meet with Lel.nl
Stanford U scheduled for April 11
nnors t"(riif i :ii- 'ii
mnde to behai c
All this work i rd
oritinnl i- tit f i-- Inv
IlKhilni! field ll'iv beli-
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