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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1011').
Delays pay no profits --now is the time to buy Omaha Real Estate
MOVING AND STORAGE
Van and 8torats Co. Movlnff, packing,
torate and shipping. Phons Doug. 1416.
JP PlTTTn KvprssaCo. Moving.
. j. XVJCjJCjJJ packlni and storaia.
1107 rarnam St. Doudaa
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
GOOD HOME CHEAP
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT.
This is an eight-room 1-story
modern house with sleeping
porch. Not new, but welt built
and In good condition, located
on east front lot 63 ft. wide by
100 feet tn depth. In a good lo
cation, with fine shade trees In
front, on paved street, and of
fered for the first time at the
very low price of only f S.B&0.
Location 16th Ave, and How
It will pay you to Investigate
this proposition If Interested In
a good home at a low price In
this locality. Can rent for (60
GEORGE & COMPANY,
D. 756. 902 City Nat. Bk, Bldg.
STRICTLY modern, flYe-room bungalow,
large 60x116 east front lot, all sodded,
with Just enough shrubbery to make a
nice setting for this cozy bungalow
home. One block to car, a nice street,
level lot and best location. Decorated
throughout with high-grade papers and in
tasty designs; you cannot find a more In
vlting and homelike little bungalow. It will
not disappoint you. The lot would cost $700,
The house cannot be built for less than
3,600. making an actual value of $3,200.
For quick sale I can offer at only $2,686,
and can make you very easy terms, In
vestigate this quickly. See if my values
are not right. It's a real buy. This ad
will appear until Aug. 26. If not sold by
that time will be withdrawn. Phone Ben-
on 122 evenings. F. . rui linger.
13EMIS Park, new, strictly modern, e-room
house; oak finish, built-in bookcaies,
sleeping porch, full, light airy basement,
floored attic; 12-lnch foundation; house
built likewise; trees galore; an ideal
home. On easy terms. Walnut 2201.
161 It LINCOLN liLVD. 11 -room bouse,
strictly modern, with hot water heat.
f-R. cottage, all modern except beat; very
reasonable. Call owner. Harney 1148.
OFFER TURNED DOWN.
On this six-room, entirely
modern, two-sttry hcuse;
large living room; fireplace
In dining room; good kltch- 1
en, upstairs has three large
bedrooms and bath. Corner
lot, enough room for an
other house, 2301 North 22d
St. Cut r-r.ee, $3,000.
SCOTT AND HILL CO.
Doug. 1009. Ground Fir. McCague Bldg.
Price reduced rfoqulck gale to $2,600.
This Is a beautiful 6-room, all modern
bungalow, built and occupied as a home.
Very neat appearance. Lot 60 feet front,
shade trees, good yard, two blocks from
Grand Avenue car line. 4907 No. 38th
St. Open for inspection Saturday after
noon and Sunday.
FIRST TRUST COMPANY,
D. 1151. 303 So. 13th.
4237 Franklin St., (room brick house,
practically new; large living room, din
ing room, kitchen on first floor; two big
bed rooms and bath upstairs; all oak fin
ish and floors downstairs; large closets,
wardrobe with good drawers large enough
to hold skirts; nice lighting fixtures,
dandy place. Can make reasonable terms.
Give Immediate possession. Can be seen
D. V. SHOLES COMPANY,
91 6-16 City Nat'l Bank Bids. Doug. 41.
Five rooms, strictly modern, full base
ment, furnace heat, oak finish and oak
floors, nicely papered and latest lighting
fixtures. Located 3923 North 26th St.
Price $3,100. Terms.
NORR.IS & NORRIS.
400 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas 4270
'Vi Miller Park district, eight rooms; best
stucco ana irame, quarter-sawea oatt mir
ror doors, built for home. 1 travel, have
been transferred to Chicago. Sell for
$5,800; one-half cash. 2666 Laurel Ave.
Buy from owner, 6-r. modern house;
hot water heat, full lot, nice lawn and
shade; paved st,; terms. 2106 Grand Ave.
col rax 106b.
MODERN 6 room cottage; beautiful corner,
hedge, fruit, garage; $300 down, $20 month,
owner. Colfax 3666.
6-R., ALL mod. stucco bungalow and gar
age on full lot; 3 blocks to car line; $600
cast., balance line rent, uoug. zais,
FOR SALE 6-ROOM HOUSE, ALL MOD
ERN. LARGE GARAGE. WILL SELL
CHEAP. 1708 LAKE ST.
4209 Lake St., 6-room cottage, $1,460, for
lot or first payment on bungalow. Doug
ICOUNTZE PLACE restricted district resi
dence for sale, F V KnlesL 1616 N. 18tn.
A rare opportunity to buy a new up-to-date,
close-In bungalow, among aew
homes; large living room, dining room,
kltohen and sunroom on first floor; French
doors from dining room to built-in book
cases and buffet; oak finish and oak
floors throughout; three large bedrooms
and bath on second floor. East front
lot; paved street; located at 632 8. 32d
SCOTT AND HILL CO.
Pong. IQOt. Ground Fir. McCague Bldg.
6 LIVING ROOMS
And bath. New. All modern, mostly
ak finish. Strictly modern. Good
garage. Corner lot, in beautiful Leaven
worth Heights. Price only $3,950, worth
much more. Terms cr lot or new auto
taken aa part payment.
101 McCague Bldg.
FOR SALE By owner, my fine home, lo
cated at 4213 S. 23d St., only a block and
half north of high school; 4 Urge rooms
on first floor; 3 bedrooms and bath on
second floor; all modern, with hot water
plant; splendid shade and fruit trees; also
a garage. Price 13,750. Tel. South 2711.
BIG SOUTH SIDE BARGAIN.
All modern 7-room house, good condi
tion; large lot, on car line. Owner, 2212
G Bt, South Side. Phone South 1349.
NICE home In Hanscom Park, close to new
St. Peter's church, now building. Owner
leaving city; must sell.
WRIGHT A LASBURY. D. 182.
T-ROOM house, modern except heat; ce
ment walks and garage; good lot; cheap
at $2,800. 4744 S. 13th St. Douglas 381t.
2308 So. 16 6-r. mod.
1401 So 11 lot SftilOt.
1116 a tt St. 10. ft. lot D. 6IIT.
VACANT LOTS CHEAP.
Tour own time to pay for them. $8
down and $6 a month. Twelve sightly
lots near 33d and Emmet streets. $200
each. Three full lots, fenced In, Omaha
Heights, $360 for all three. Vacant lots
f where you want them. And on time pay
L'7' DEXTKR T, THDM1N.
412 BEE BUILDING.
persistent Advertising la the Road
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
INVESTMENT AND HOME
8 -room strictly modern home;
fronts en Cass street i then have a
flat building with two eight-room
apartments facing on 27th street;
room to build either another dwell
ing or flat. It Is three blocks
to St. John's church and parochial
school and Crelghton university.
$10,000 will buy this corner.
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
644 Brandels Bldg. Omaha, Neb,
LIVING ROOM 12x18.
Brand new, strictly modern, up-to-date
bungalow; 6 large living rooms; mostly
finished in oak; cant front lot; 2 blks.
to car; ask to see this. Price only $3,260.
Terms, or lot taken as first payment.
106 McCa gue Bid g-.
Oak floor, throughout, oak
finish In living and din.
luff rooma, Urge. light,
whit, enamel bedrooms;
good location ; restricted
addition. A bargain at
3,160. Easy terms.
BENSON & CARMICHAKL,
642 Paxton Block. DouKlas 1723.
WE HAVE BUTKR3 FOR HOMES
WORTH THE HONEY IN ALL PARTS
OP THE CITY. LIST YOUR PROPER.
TY WITH US FOR RESULTS.
O'NEIL'8 REAL ESTATE INS. AOCY..
Branasls Theater Bldg. Tyler 1011.
INVESTMENTS AND INSURANCE 1(00
rent, 3 houses, "walking distance to P. O.
for $2,600, (house coat S3, .00). Couple
bungalow., $300 and balance easy. Also
S r. bouse. 9S and $9 per month.
CHAS. B. WILLIAMSON CO.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
On A Corner
Fully Developed Boulevard
New Paving Paid
On Car Line
Both Only $700
$10 Cash, $10 a Month
No, we can't sell them separately. They
are on grade. Call us early If you want
a real buy. Office open evenings, 7 until
f p. m.
HASTINGS & HEYDJSN, 1614 Harney St.
VACANT PROP BRTT.
76-foot lot fronting Bern 1b park; fine
location for residence or apartment house.
LOT IN EVANSTON ADDITION 50 feet
wide; fronts east; desirable location. Bar
gain; terms, Phone owner. Web. 1889.
DO YOU EXPECT TO BUILD
Buy this vacant lot and
save money. East front,
faring Kountze Park, on
2UI, near Evens, 91,160.
Can arrange terms.
. HIATT CO.,
245-7-S Omaha Nat'l Bk Bldg. Tyler 00.
t dandy vacant lota, H block to ear
line; cut to i,000 cash for quick sale.
CALKINS & CO.,
Douglas 1313, City Natl. Bank Bldg.
After looking at MINNE LTJSA 300 dif
ferent buyer decided that It was the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their Judgment by buying lots.
If YOU will come out today you will
understand why others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO..
' Tyler 187.
HI Omaha Natl. Bank Bldg.
A FEW FINH BUILDING LOTS left In
Druid Hill, $2.00 down, 60o per week.
A GOOD lot tor 176.00. 6 good lota for
$76.00 each. Cloae to a car line. $1 down
and 00c per week. Boa 5030, Omaha Bee.
KfcAL ta 1 t, Suburban
Go out to Lynnwt ttd today and see the
beautiful lots we are selling from 1460 to
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
Phone Doug, m 1507-8 W. O. W. Bldg.
ttTAHT VOUK HUMID IN BUNSON I
BUT THIS LOT I
down end Hu.oo pr month; prlcv
260.(i0: sue, 60zf28; located on Locust
St., between Clark and Bufobam, rot
far from school and car Hoe. Geo. H
Wright. B office. Omaha
FOR SALE Ten fine residence lots, ce
ment sidewalks, near cur line In Bennon,
at low prices; terms to suit purchaners.
Telephone 8. R. Rush, Douglas 3504, Wal
11.100 South front on
Izard, just 100 feet east of
El st. Ore of the best ly
ing lot In the addition.
Overlooking Happy Hollow
and Falrticres. Slie of
ground 0x135. Paved street.
Only four short blocks from
the car line.
13,100 Noithcast corner
of 61(1 and Webster. 100x
186. Surrounded by fine
homes and only one block
from car line. Only one
house can be built on the
two lots. This Is by far the
best location to be had In
Pundne for a fine home at
anywhere near the price.
$3, tOO South wast corner
of 61st and California,
ground 76x150. with thn
paving paid In fulL This '
fine lot Is only one block
from the car line and Is
one of the beat east front
locations to be bad Id the
These are by far the best
bargains In lacant property
that you will find In all
Omaha. Terms can be ar
ranged If desired.
Trier MSI. HI Boat Bldg.. 10th Varum.
Ten years from today, yea, five years from todny, men will be
saying, "I wish I had bought that property at $20 a foot thnt was
offered me a few years ago; it sold yesterday for Sixty-five Dollars
There are people today, those who invest their money for gain,
who are skeptical of real estate values in a growing city like
Omaha, just as some people were ten and five years ago.
Meanwhile others bought and made big profit.
Read the advertisements on this page and make a personal In
vestigation of those which sound interesting. "Go out and look
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
An Acre and House
$50 Cash, $10 A Month ,
Only four blocks to car line. House will
need some repairs; two rooms, well. Land
slopes to the east. Ideal for poultry and
fruit. This place is out Florence way.
Office open evenings, 7 until 9 p. m.
HASTINGS & HETDEN, 1614 Harney St.
FOR SALE Thoroughly modern hom in
Pun dee; living room, sun parlor, dining
room, kitchen and maid's room on first
floor; 2 bedrooms, steeping porch and
bath on second floor; good garage. This
home Is new and very attractively ar
ranged, near car line. Can be bought on
reasonable terms. Inquire of owner, 40J1
Chicago. Walnut 2652.
DUNDEE Sea ma for good bargains tn resi
dence and vacant property; good lora
tlons. C. A- Grimmel, sift Om. Nat. Bnk.
6 ACRES, 6Sd and Grover; most sightly;
$2,600; acres on car, 11,000. and IS00 lots
south of Dundee. D. 2947.
6-ROOM bungalow tn Dundee, all stucco,
for sale by owner, $3,760; brand new;
$60 cash, $40 par month. Box 4768, Bee.
IMPROVED FLORENCE ACREAGE.
About I acres with house, barn and
fruit, fronting on 1 0th street a little north
of Mlnne Luea addition. Price $7,600 on
easy terms. Pine for subdivision or close-in
gardening and fruit growing,
JOHN W. BOBBINS. 1S02 FARNAM ST.
Close In and well Improved, consisting
of a good 6-room house, barn and other
outbuildings; 1 acres In grapes, 1 acre in
berries, S acres in alfalfa; located In the
north part of Omaha, about one mile
from city ear line. An unusual barguli
at $6,600. Easy terms.
SHULER & CART.
D. 6074. 104 Keellne Bldg.
6-A. Blk. In Falracres; new Brownell Hall
district C. J. Canan. McCague Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Exchanges
1,000 acres In seven tracts and cash for
eastern Nebraska farm. '
Movie show In Missouri, money maker;
will consider city Income, some cash.
Movie shows Iowa, Nebraska fur sale
and exchange; live bargains; act quick.
Farms, city property for sale or ex
change. Property close In, great Investment
411 Rose Bldg.
Phone Tyler 24R7.
Owner wishes to sell his fine little fruit
and chicken ranch. Has all kinds of
bearing fruit. Is nicely located on 8. 44th
St. Good 6-room house, old barn and other
outbuildings; good well and cistern; price
$3,000. Will take a small cottage or va
cant lot as first payment, balance easy
terms. Buy this. It will make your liv
ing. W. S. FRANK,
201 Neville Blk.
100-ACRE farm In Idaho, good black soil.
Irrigated, good water right, 20 acres In al
falfa, all level and under cultivation, all
fenced, on main road, 2 miles from new,
fast growing town, fine school. Nearly new
three-room house, pantry, closet, large
new granary, stable for 8 horsfls, chlrken
house, shed, cellar, well with new pump,
best of water, cheap coal, mine clo,
wood at mountains for hauling. Will ell
for $66 per acre or trade for a home in
or close to city. Abstract and a warranty
deed. $1,200 mortgage. Call on owner,
Mrs. Shaw, 847 S. 29th St., Omaha.
WANTED To exchange dealrartie relJer''
properties In Grand Island, and NubmsKa
lands all clear, well secured first mort
gages and cash, for a good brick irjsl
ness property In a growing and weil es
tablished olty in Nebraska. U. 8. Land
and Loan Company. Bos 604 Grand
BEE Want-Ads GAINED 19,699 MORE
PAID ADS than any other Omaha news
paper gained in first seven months 19U.
Good results at lees
cost la the reason why.
A 1-16TH lt.terest In an Improved 0-acre
farm In Nemaha co.. Neb., subject to a
life estate, to exchange for diamonds. Ad
dress L. Crocker, Beatrice. Neb.
12-R. mod. residence; paving paid; want
6-r. mod. bungalow as first payment; bal
ance easy terms. Morgan, uoug.
HOTEL and furniture at Dallas, H. D ;
, exchange D (707 Toland at Trumbull
LOT for sale or will trade for lata model
auto. Call WolpaDouglas 2740.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
We are looking for a good 6 or
7-room house in the Field Club dis
trict. Hiatt Company,
245 Omaha Nat. Bk. Tyler 60.
WANTED 4, 6 and 6-roomed houses that
;an be sold for $104 cash; balance $16
per month: give complete description first
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1320 Farnam St. Tel. Doug. 1064
Wo are looking for a good 7 ,
or 8-room, all modern hfuan In
ihe Cathedral district. Will pay
1' HIATT COMPANY,
215Omiiha Nat. Dk. Tyl-r fiO.
WANTtho best lot 1 can buy In Cln!rmont
Addition fnr the money. WhHt have you?
State price and description in answering
Box 6161, Omaha Bee,
We have clients with cnh who are look
ing for good flrstclaee, clone-In Invest
24 6 Omaha Nat. Bk. Tyler 60
HAVE buyers for small houses and lots In
North Omaha. Write 6062, Bee.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'ty
"iii-i tzitlii. i".- thret- direst,
near new l-'ord but. dime . sWcntlid manU
fvt-lurliiK ilt Aildon U-411, lies.
Motorcycles and Bicycles
HARLET-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLED. Bar
gains in used machines. Victor Roos, "The
Motorcycle Man," 2703 Leavenworth.
BEE Want-Ada GAINED 19.599 MORE
PAID ADS than any other Omaha news
paper gained in first seven months 1916.
Oood results at less
cost is the reason why
REAL ESTATE Investments
$ new flats paying an annual
Income of $2,622.00. These
buildings are all separate, mak
ing each apartment have all
outside rooms. Alt east fronts.
Only 10 blocks from the post
office and In a very desirable
residence section. This Is the
beat investment on our list,
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
1607-8 W. O. W. Bldg. Douglas 601.
IDLE money is a menace make it work for
you. HOME BUILDERS guarantiee 7 per
cent, has always paid more. A safe, prof
itable Investment, no speculation. Ask us
HOME BUILDERS, INC..
l7th and Douglas Sta Phone Dg. 661.
Southwest corner 24th and Chicago, 4
modern houses; rental $1,160 per year;
GEOKGB O. WALLACE, 614 Keellne.
WM. COLFAX. 7u Keellne Bldg.
Real ?tate, olty property, large ranches
Real Estate Loans and Mortgages,
We. are ready at all times to
make loans on first class city
property and eastern Nebras-
ka farms. Rates on request.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
212 South 17th St.
MONET TO LOAN ON
Apartment bouaea, doubla brlok bousM.
alnal, bouaea, bualDeaa property and farm
laoda at 6 per cent, I per cent pr et,
W. H. THOMAS,
121 Keellne Bldej Dontlaa IM8.
13 000 MORTQAQB, bearing 6 Si per oent
aeml ann. i secured by property valued at
111,000, Talmage-Loomla Inv. Co.. W. O.
6 P&R CUNT to 6 per cent on beat olaaa olty
reatden'iea In atnounta $1,000 up; alao
farm loans. Reaaonable commissions,
PffTKRB TUl.'HT CO.. 18 Farnam Bt
REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED.
THOS. L. McOARRT.
KEEI.INE BLDG. TBL. RED 4144.
BHOPEN ft COMPANY,
OMAHA homes. Eaat Nebraska farms.
O KEHEE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1010 Omaha NatL Phone Douglaa 171a,
Real Estate, Insurance, Bonds.
UAI.LAGHER & NELSON,
644 Bramlois Dtdg.
MONEY to loan on Improved farma and
ranchee. We also buy good farm mort
gages. Kloke Inv. Co., Omaha.
REAL ESTATE loans. 6 per oent Be
D. E. BUCK & CO.,
01 a Omaha Natl. Bank.
W. T. GRAHAM.
CITY and farm loana, 6, 64i, 0 per cent
J. H. Dumont & Co.. 410 Keellne Bldg.
MONEY on band for city and
farm loans. H. W. Binder, City
National Bank Bldg.
C rf MONEY HARRISON ft MORTON,
O pit. me Omaha Natl. Bank Bldg.
$1U3 to $10,000 made promptly. P. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg. 16th and Farnam fits.
Stocks and Bonds.
For suit Snap; five shares, par value
$&0 each, of the Capital Stock of the West
ern Land & Cattle Co. of Omaha; make
me an offer. U. E. Townsend, Brockton,
Abstracts ot Title.
down your abstract on
short notice. R. 7, Patterson Bldg. D. $647.
IS Title, Guarantee and Abstraot Co.,
XVClI soft 8. i;th St., ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstraot Of
fice in Nebraska. 206 Brandels Theater.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
FOR HALE 3,481 acres choice farm land,
situated In Fraser River Valley, British
Columbia, about 120 mites South of Port
Geurgo; about 600 acres prairie and
meadow, balance covered with light
growth poplar easily cleared; soil rich
dark clay loam, subsoil - clay; Ideal con
ditions for mixed farming; wagon road
runs through property, 4 miles from rail
way. Price $10.00 per acre. Quarter cash,
balance to arrange. John Stlnson, Room
'416 Crown Bldg., Vancouver, B. C.
Colorado land excursions, expenses paid.
C. L. Nethaway, Florence, Neb. Florence UM.
260 IOWA FARMS for sale or exchange, In
Madison and Union County, la., from $60
to $125 per acre. Write the F. L. Jones
Land Co., Ores ton. Iowa.
0, 80 OR 160 ACRES GOOD, HEAVY
soil, well settled part of Todd county,
Minn., good roads, schools and churchns;
price $16 to $29 per acre; terms $1.00 per
acre cash, balance $4.00 per acre a year;
6,000 acris to Belect from. Agents wanted;
will make a low railroad rate to Inspect,
Kr-hwab llrnN, 1028 Plymouth Bldg., Min
FARMS FOR SALE.
Most attractive irrigated farms In full
cultivation In Montana on main line R. U.,
bust markets, schools and living condi
tions, to be sold on long terms and at
attractive prices. Call, write or phone for
BEAVERHEAD LAND CO.,
1217-1$ City Nat. Bk. Bldg.,
Douglas 3601. Omaha,
FARM NEAR OMAHA.
14S acrl with cheap Improvements;
about 100 acres cultivated Including 16
arrea alfalfa, balance Umbered pasture
with running water. PRICE ONLT $110
per aore. Terms. $1,000 cash. $8,000 cash
March 1st, balance 6 and 10 years at 6
per cent. A rolling upland farm In good
condition; 12 miles from Omaha Postofflce,
I 'ji miles from railroad station and the
cheapest land near this unlimited market,
J. H. DUMONT & CO.
416-18 Keellne Bldg. Omaha.
$105 per acre buys an improved south
east Neb., corn, winter wheat and stock
farm of IflO acres; convenient to good
town, a bargain for some one, no trades
considered. Writ owner for particulars.
Box 4$ 2 8, Bee.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
DOUGLAS COUNTY FARM.
X00-acre farm close to Waterloo, nearly
all In cultivation. Priced right.
WRIOHT 4 LASBURY. D. 75$.
FOR SALE The northeast quarter of sec
tion eight, township thirteen, rsnge seven,
In Merrick county, Nebraska. Prt-e 1)16 per
acre. J. R. Collins, Owner, 'lib I Farnam
St., Omaha, Neb.
LAND NEAR OMAHA FOR SALE.
66 A. very choioe land Just N. W.
Benson. Belongs to bank; must sell
bargain. Set me for price and terms,
J. A. ABBOTT, 4 Patterson Blk.. City,
160 AC, well improved, one mile of county
seat town, eaat Nebraska, 1126.
THOS. W. CAMPBELL,
80 ACRES, 21 miles from Omaha, $100 00
per acre; terms; some exchunge. Archer
Hi-allt, 580 lira n rtriii Bldg.
80 ACIIKH Average (i0 buahels corn, one
mile (o Twunutoh; must be sold; easy
terms. Stewart, 216 Ho. 17th.
$0 ACRES of good farm land near Omaha.
Price Is right. S. P. Bostwlck Son, 100
CHEAP FARMS Any stie. easy terms. In
the beautiful Otarka of Dent county. Mo.
W. B Frank. 201 Neville Blo.'k. Omaha
New York Lands.
NEW YORK FARMS FOR HALE.
Here we go. I am ready. Are you?
Buyer, sun Is setting on your chance
to buy cheap land.
20 cows, lt0 acres Alfalfa land, build
ings worth $6,000. Price $3fl per aore.
They coBt lens, produce more; here Is
10 cows. $2 acres level alfalfa land,
8-room house, basement, barn, $80 per
To be assured satisfaction and value re
ceived buy this.
20 cows. ISO acres; village 40 rods;
buildings worth $4,600. Price $46 per
acre. R. R. fare one way to purchaser.
Writs for photos. E. Munson, 2428 8.
Ballna St., Syracuse, N. Y.
CLIMATE enjoyable every moment; no
devastating storms. High producing
farm; reasonable. Parker, Canyonvllle,
UPPER WISCONSIN Best" dairy and gen
eral crop state tn the union. Settlers
wanted; lands for sale at low prices on
easy terms; excellent lands for stock
raising. Ask for booklet 86 on Wisconsin
Central Land Grant; state acres wanted.
If Interested tn fruit lands, ask for book
let on Apple Orchards. Address Land Com
missioner Soo Railway, Minneapolis, Minn.
GET literature and maps on the cheapest
good land In United States.
BAKER ft TILLOTSON,
16th and Douglas Sta.. Omaha. Doug. 1 1 li.
ARE YOU GOING TO BUY LANDT
If so. get a copy of our Journal first
It has lands, city property and stocks
of goods advertised from nearly every
state. So that you can find Just what
you wian in its columns. tcstabllinea
19 years, reaching 78.000 readers. Sen-i
6o for one year's subscription, or $1 Xor
FARM AND REAL ESTATE JOURNAL,
ACREAGE to 6-A. tracts on car line.
Easy terms. C. R. Combs, 811 Brandels
Thea. Bldg. Doug. S91S. '
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
MUST sell at once, one team of mules,
good condition; one good wagon, one
set of harness, used about one year;
goods of a bankrupt farmer. See George
W. Pratt, Trustee, SOB Keellne Building.
Phone D. 8867.
YOUNG mules; span of black mare mules,
16 hands high; weight, 2,860. D. C. Loner
gan, Phone Florence 1643.
FOR SALE Young registered saddle mare,
gal ted. Price reasonable. Call Wal. 2B80.
Wagon umbrellas, $1.00. Wagner. $01 N. 16th.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
ITR K8H aquatla plants for your fisn globs.
20o. Will koep fl.h hoallhy. MAX
OKrSLERBIR P CO.
THOROUGHBRED Kolglan bares for aala.
Phon. Walnut 1160.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
BEFORE you buy look these cars and prices
over. It will pay you well:
2 Overlands 4
Chevrolet Roadster 260
1816 Indian Motorcycle, good as new. 176
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
1216 Farnam. Douglas 689.
X WANT a Ford and $260 cash for 1916
Overland, flve-paas., almost new. Mr.
WILLYS OVERLAND, INC.,
2047 Farnam St. Douglas 3290.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
2209 Farnam. Douglaa 3310.
Ford Roadster $176
Cole Touring 650
Overland Touring 276.
Buick B 36 Roadster. . 426
Cross-Town Oarage, 816 S. 24th. D."'444X
Ford roadster, $160.00.
Midland speedster, $200.00.
Fire and theft Insurance on new Fords.
KILLT, ELLIS A THOMPSON,
818-14 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 281.
Must sell all our second-hand automo
biles within 80 days. We have several
makes and are giving better values than
1629-31-33 N. Ifith St,
BEE Want-Ada , GAINED 19,699 MORE
I'AID ADS than any other Omaha news
paper gained in ft rut seven munths, 1919,
Good results at less
cost Is the reason why.
USED CAR BARGAINS AT
MURPHY-O'BRIEN AUTO CO.,
1814-16-18 Farnam St.
A O ENTLEM AN motoring from the east
to 'Frisco, has become weary of the trip
ana will sell his new roadster at great
sacrifice. Soe It at Ream Bros.' garage,
209 N. 15th Hi.
WE will trade you a new Ford for your old
INDUSTRIAL GARAGE CO.,
20th and Harney. Doug. 6261.
FOR 8ALE Cadillac apeedster; Just over
hauled and In fine running condition.
Prioe $296. Phone Douglas iB81. Harold
Schoelkops, 618 Paxton Blk
DANDY Hudson spfdntnr, Junt overhauled;
fine condition; first $200 take ft. 221ti
Farnam St. Douglati BE3. Mr, Hellen.
6- PAS SENG E R W hi t7fi fc tffc a7terand
lights in good condition. Phone Webster
GOOD Ford touring car; flrHl $175 takes It.
2216 Farnam St. Douglas 853. Mr. Hollen.
I 1'AKKKNOKH, $0 h. p. auto; $300; cash
or payments. Zlll Leavenworth Ht.
7-PAHHENUKR 'louring car. Webster IMf
Auto Tires and Supplies-
SEfi us for bargains In standard makes
Expert tire repairing. Zwtebcl Bros., 161$
S E Bs f in Sunday's" "Be'e"Te"lTing "iiu" about
our big tire sale. Duo Tlrs Co., 1611 Chi
WANTED Hupmobllts, 20 and 22's; must
be priced right; state condition. Address
Box 691, Ida Grove. It.
WANTED Ford, 1911, a:iy condition; state
lowest rash price, Address "Ford," ISIS
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Auto Livery and Garages.
DON'T throw away old tires. We make one
new tire from 9 old ones and save you 10
per cent. 2 In 1 Vulcanising Co,, 1618 Dav
enport St., Omaha, Neb. Douglas 8914.
EXPERT auto repairing, "service car al
ways ready." Omaha Garage, 2010 Harney
Bt. Tyler 65$.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we can't repair.
Colls repaired. Baysdorfer, 110 N. 18th.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service and
prices rignt. Ill a. ittn Bt, L. 7910.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Carle ton R cTisman and wife to
Pearls Lacy Shelly t al.. Canton
street, 126.4 feet east of Central
boulevard, north side, 40.8x128,8..$ 650
Nathan Somberg and wife to Jennie
Adtr, northwest corner Sixteenth
street and Amos avenue, iJglSS.. 1
W t M lamPS inj t h tM-rj Little,
"east' side' or ")ak street, hetwin
Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets,
Charles W. Martin and wife to Ed
gar F. Henderson, Newport street,
174 fset west of Twenty-fifth ave
nue, south side, 44x110
Lyda B. Martin and husband to Retta
B. Johnaon, southwest corner Forty
eighth and Farnam streets, $1x161 6,000
Cssslus H. Meek and wife to Jalla
Chanter, northeast corner Forty
second and Paolflo streets, 41x11,. 1
Nathan Horn berg and wife to Isa
dor Shafer, Twenty-fifth avenue,
100 feet south of Pierce street, west
side, $6x192 1
William O. Norrls to Lute M. Savage,
walnut street, 60 bet west of Thirty-third
street, north aide, 60x133,.
Hedwtg A. Mortenson et al. to Charles
Keck, Charles street, 100 feet east
of Thirty-fifth street, north side,
Augusta Anderson and husband to
Scott A Hill company, Webster
street, $15 feet east of Thirty -St I th
street, north side, 10x144 1
Mary L. Griffith and husband to An
drew Murphy, Fifty-first avenue,
176 feet north of Farnam street,
west side. 60x186 10,009
Annie L. Llebman and husband t
Everett Strimpts, Twenty-ninth
street, II feet south of Nicholas
street, west side, 82x108 I
Charles M. Lamb and wife to Emma
Pease, Twenty-third street, 67 H
feet north of Mason street, east
side, 8844X6SH 1
Harry V. Peterson and wife to Philip
Lawlnson, Twenty-second street, 66
feet south of Clark street, west side,
Jalla Cramer and husband to Casslus
H. Mock, Forty-eighth street, 240
feet north of Miami street, wast
side. 40x106.4 1
Spot of About
in Fairacrei is hard to get W have on lot of
that siza, well located, right among the handome
homes, well-kept and park-like lawni. For quick
ale it ia
Offered for $2,750
There ia a brisk inquiry for property in that
direction. Fairacrea ia a recognized beauty spot,
conditions are ideal, situation charming.
Undoubtedly there is substantial future value
in this property.'
Ask about this, but do not delay.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Douglas 756. 002 City Natl Bank Bldg.
Saturday, August 19,
At 2 P. M. Sharp.
Owner Must Sell
Home all Modern.
5 rooms and bath, full attic, full
basement, garage, room (or 3 cars.
Inspect the property and re
member the date.
Saturday, August 19, at 2 p. m.
Location, 4810 Grant St.
For information call Walnut 2676
or Douglas 2341.
North Staters to
Come to Den Show
By Motor Car Route
Monday night the business men
and farmers up and down the line of
the M. & O. railway will be enter
tained at Ak-Sar-Ben den. They will
not come by rail, however. They are
to come by automobile. They could
not get the special train when they
wanted it last week, so they have de
cided not to take it at all.
John A. Swanson, in his big auto
mobile drove Secretary "Dad"
Weaver and Governor Charles Black
of Ak-Sar-Ben all over that country
Thursday. They talked with the busi
ness men in Blair, Herman, Tekamah,
Craig, Oakland, Lyons and Decatur.
Thus they arranged the program for
next Monday night, and secured the
promise that 100 or more automobiles
will come to Omaha from these places
for the entertainment and initiation.
The autos from the northern towns
are to assemble after a fashion at Te
kamah, and from there they are to
drive in a body to Blair. The autos
from the towns farther down the road
are to assemble at Blair, where they
will wait for the caravan from the
Then there shall be a mighty honk
ing of horns and the great body of
autos will move in a mass upon Oma
ha. At Florence the visitors are to
be met by the Ak-Sar-Ben reception
Dahlman Asks All
to Become Horse
Race Fans Again
Mayor Dahlman has issued the fol
lowing proclamation, urging all to at
tend the opening of the Great West
ern Circuit races here next Tuesday.
"On Tuesday afternoon, August 22, ,
at 2 o'clock, the Omaha Driving club
opens a five-day session at its
grounds at Carter take, Omaha, be
ing in the Great Western Circuit,
which includes Cleveland, Detroit,
Peoria, Galesburg and Burlington. T
Many out-of-town horsemen will be
present and take part in the races, v
and many horses of note have been
entered. This promises to be one of
the largest meets ever held in the
west and Omaha should show her
appreciation and interest by attending
these races, therefore, '
"I, James C, Dahlman, mayor of
Omaha, do hereby urge and request "
the business men and commercial
interests to close their offices and
places of business on the afternoon of
Tuesday, August 22, that their em
ployes may have an opportunity to
attend these races.
"JAMES C. DAHLMAN, Mayor."
Waiter at Hotel '
Overcome by Heat '
George Lipman, colored waiter in f
the grill room at the Henshaw hotel
was overcome by the heat about 2 '
o'clock and was hastened to his home, "
where his condition is announced as
quite seriouj. ' ,
Father Wants Property
to Go to Six Children ,
Charles Erirkson, aged 78, Nebraska
pioneer, appeared before County
Judge Crawford to answer an applica- !
tion of his daughter, Mrs. Nellie Nel- (
son of Fremont, asking that Peter A. 5
Edquist be appointed guardian of his .
estate. The daughter alleges that the
aged father is incompetent to handle
his property, valued at about $5,000.
The pioneer declared that the object !
of the legal action by the daughter is ;
to secure possession of his will which
makes her the sole legatee. He as
serts that he wishes his property
equally divided between the six children.
Sport Coat is Taken
from the Clothes Line
Some young woman with an eye for
finery is supposed to have taken a
ladies' sport coat with collar and cuffs
of a fancy striped material from the
clothes line at the rear of the home
of Mrs. S. F. Woodbridge, 1045 South
H. C. Woodward and J. B. 6sten
of the State hotel were easy pickings
for two negro women who met them
at Thirteenth and Capitol avenue and
while talking to them took $40 from
Woodward and $52 from Osten.
One Hundred From Omaha
Make Trip to Nebraska City
Traveling in a special car over the
Missouri Pacific, 100 Omahans de
parted early in the morning for Ne
braska City to attend Omaha dav at
the homecoming week in tUat city.
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