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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1916.
FOR RENT Buine Pr'p'ty
Offieci and Desk Room.
DU0IRABLE office room in the remodeled
Cresnee Blcck. lit N. llth St. (oppoelte
' poetofftce). lit to 111 per month. Conrad
Young. Ill Brandli Thtttir. Doug. 1IT1.
111.51 l-r. flat, newly deeoreted. alt mod.
rn except heat. III! N- 10th St.
H. A. WOLF,
514 Ware Bit. Pom. Illl.
BILLIARD parlor: location 16th and How.
ard: bUMMBt Wright Laabury. D. 111.
WANTED TO RENT.
Unfurnished Houses snd Flats.
fWE HAVE PEOPLE WAITING.
For HOUSES to Rent, for QUICK re
eulta.' Ltet your proportion with -
; ARCHER REALTY CO.,
Douglas 14 10.
WANTED 100 HOUSES TO RENT.
BEAVERS, 700 Omaha Nat. Bit. Doug. 9459.
Furnished Houses and Flats.
WANTED Nlcsty furnished 9 or 8 -room
apartment tn Farnam or Dundee district;
trlctly modern. Call room 106, Fontenelle.
MOVING AND STORAGE
' Separata locked rooma (or houaehold
l-oode and piano.; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.
Ill S. llth St. Douglaa 4111.
Tan and two men
$1.11 per hour.
Van and Stores Co. Moving, packing1.
storage and shipping. Phone Doug. 1400.
FIDELITY servTcb" FREE
v Phone Douglaa 99 for complete
Met of vacant house and apart
' " meats: also for storage, moving.
r 16th and Jackson 8ta.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real moving service try Sis. Largo
i-horse padded vans. Storage, IS month.
Satisfaction guaranteed. We move you
QUICKER, CH B A PER AND SAFER.
Phone Tyler 210 or Douglas 4399.
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and mov
ing. Ill N. llth St Phono
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Careful attention given to orders for
-moving, packing or storage; office at Ray
mond Furniture Co.. Ifcll and Kit How
ard St. Phone T. R624.
J- ft T?1?U,T Express Co. Moving
J XXljfylJ packing and storage,
1207 Farnam St. Doutlaa .
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
We are offering a fine, well-built, all
modern home located In a good district
and handy to street car; on first floor are
four nice, largo rooms, consisting of liv
ing room, dining room, nice den or library,
with fireplace, and just the right stse
kitchen.- On the second floor are four
nice slsa bedrooms and fine, large bath
room. The house has a full, well-lighted
and ventilated basement, with an outside
entrance; large, beautiful south front lot,
with plenty of shade trees, flowers and
. shrubbery. Arrange to have us show you
this place If you ar looking for a good,
well-built, practical home.
. HIATT COMPANY,
' 146-7-9 Omaha Nat Bk. Btdg. Tyler 40.
WEST FARNAM ,
S-room house just north of Dodge St..
on DSd St., and 7 -room house Just south
of Farnam, on 98d. Both places up-to-date
in every particular. For further In
: formation sea
S08 First Nat Bk. Bldg. . .
' - New 7-r., sleeping porch, oaJk and birch
finish, buffet and book case, beam cell
ing, double floors mirror doors guar
! ant ted furnace, . Corbin hardware, best
1 material and workmanship throughout.
South front, close In, close to car. Best
buy In Omaha. Owner, Douglas 162.
COMPARE workmanship and materials In
my houses. There la a difference that
you caa find. F. 8. TRULLINGER.
builder of WELL BUILT HOMES.
9919 LINCOLN BLVD. 11 -room house,
strictly modern, with hot water beat.
NIFTY 7-room strictly modern home. Sac
rifice by owner. Don't fail to see inside.
1614 N; 41st.- - -
7-ROOM modern house; good neighborhood;
oak finish; price ta right Wai. 1377.
A UNIVERSITY HOME.
In the select North Side district, close
to the University of Omaha. We take
pride In offering this exceptionally fine
. home with south front lot.
The first floor la admirably laid out,
and contains a nice porch, vestibule, large
attractive living room with brick fire
place and bookcases ; hospitable dining
room; colonnade china cabinets, built-in
buffet dandy Pullman breakfast room
with china cupboards; large kitchen, qII
' built-in effects.
There ar three roomy bedrooms on
second floor, with plenty of closet room;
not hot stuffy rooms, but light and airy,
: with good wide stairway leading to them.
On bedroom Is the same stse as the llv-
: lng room and ha a pretty little fireplace
and double closets. In addition, there Is
a nice, large, linen closet. The bath has
all the latest plumbing, pedestal lavatory,
base tub; clothes chute, medicine cabinet,
etc. The woodwork In the house Is select
ed oak, with beautiful oak floors through
out. The doors are 1 in. one panel
birch. Brons hardware, tc. Th base
ment Is full, with fine laundry, laundry
Comfort and good taste Impress on In
every room and completely fulfills the
requirements of a real home. Shown any
time by appointment
' OSBORNE REALTY CO.
TOt-t Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg., Doug. 1474.
A REAL HOME.
In north nd; ono acre of ground;
, well built house of 9 rooms. There ,
are 4 rooms, with pantry, sewing
room, clothes presses and hall down-
stairs and 4 large bedrooms, hall
. and clothes presses upstairs; well
with pump and sink in kitchen;
large cistern; cement walks; city
water and sewer in street. Cherry,
apple and plum trees, raspberries ,
and grapes; block t car.
Trie I6,i00. ,
F. D. WJSAD, 110 8, 18th, Wead Bldg.
BUNGALOW JUST COMPLETED
Large living room, dining room and
kltchan on first floor; three large bed
Mi, and bath upetalra; oak unlah and
. oak floore throughout; bullt-ln bookcaeea
and bullet; full baaement; everything
complete and up-to-date. Located at
lOlil Nicholas St.; eaay tarma.
SCOTT AND HILL CO.,
Doug. 1001. Ground Ft. McCague Bldg.
Five rooms, atrtotiy modern, full bas
menu furnace heat oak fmlsn and oak
f.oors, nicely papered and latent lighting
fixture Located 99S9 North Jttb St.
L'lic 3,10U Terms.
NORRIS & NORRIS.
400 Be Bldg. Phone Douglaa 4S10-
11.900 FOR A FIVE-ROOMED HOUSE
only been built a few years; all modern
except heat; 9160 down; balance 111
monthly. Located at 3110 Burdetta 8L
;ui Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg. Phone D. 61 II.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
A SACRIFICE SALE
93,79 BUNGALOW for I. ISO. On account
of leaving city will sacrifice our home;
a thoroughly modern, l-roora bungalow,
at 1811 Fowler Ave. Built for home, al
most new, and complete In every detail;
I1.1B0 cash required. Phone Colfax tool.
FOR SALE High-grade fivo-rMnTbungatow!
North Sid; hardwood floors throughout;
oak finish, living and dining room; bal
ance hard pin ; beamed ceilings, fir,
plao; full cement baaement; large at
tic; lot 48x180; half block from North
Hth St. Price 94,100; 91,000 cash. Col
1 BLK. TO SHERMAN AVE.
Brand-new bungalow; 9 dandy rooms
and bath; oak finish; modern; 8, front
lot; a -very classy little horn for only
11,169; terms to suit most anyone.
RASP BROS., OWNERS.
109 McCagu Bldg. Doug. 1069.
Cathedral district Haa 9 nice rooms
S down and 9 up; oak floors throughout.
It's a gem. Now being completed at 1100
Webster St Look It over.
WRIGHT & LASBURT. D. 181
KOUNTZE PLACE restricted district resi
dence for sal. F. V. Knlest, 1111 N. llth.
IF Interested In a small, cosy horn near
Omaha university, call Webster 748.
SNAP Business lot. 10th and Hamilton,
1680. Q. P. Btobblns, 1010 Chicago.
Oak floors throughout oak
finish In living and din
ing rooms, targe, light,
whit enamel bedrooms;
good location; restricted
addition. A bargain at
91.180. Easy terms.
BENSON ft CAR MICHAEL,
149 Paxton Block- Douglaa 1719.
INVESTMENTS, INSURANCE 9400 in
come on price, 93.800, being 1 houses. I
rooma each near high school and
Crelghtpn college. Also few bungalows.
9X00 down, and 9 rooms, 999 down, bal
CHA8. E. WILLIAMSON CO.
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR HOMES
WORTH THE MONET IN ALL PARTS
OF THE C1TT. LIST TOUR PROPER
TT WITH US FOR RESULTS.
O'NEIL'8 REAL ESTATE ft INS. AGCT.,
Brand aU Theater Bldg. Tyler 1094.
NICE home In Hanscom Park, close to
New St. Peter's church, new building.
Owner leaving city, must sell.
WRIGHT ft LASBURT. D. 151.
00x100 feet, 2880 S. 7th St. 91.400.
WE HAVE customers for new 9, 9 and
7-room houaes that oan be sold on eaay
terms. We sell on an average of two or
three a week on this basis. If you want
to sell, list with
THE BYRON REED CO.,
912 Bo. 17th.
Pays 9 per cent net on price of 918,000.
New, and nlc location.
W. H. GATES,
147 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Poug. 12,4.
Til DORCAS St., lot 40x111 1700
111! a. llth St., lot 100x110 11.100
BERKA KURIL. D. 1117. -
70 FEET, 10 rooma 1.000
II teet, 10th and Dodge , 10.000
II feet, cor. llth and Webeter 1,100
F. STEBBINS, lllo Chicago.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
THE BEST LOTS IN OMAHA
" PRICES AND TERMS. . " .
.. mi to mil '
110 Down. II Per Month.
Located cloae In, Welt Farnam dlatrlct;
near car line; .ewer, aldewalke, water and
gaa. They are real bargatna.
SHULER & CARY,
Douglas 8074. 204 Keellne Bldg.
After looking at MINNB LUBA 200 dlf
. ferent buyers dealded that It waa the best
' proposition on - the market and they
backed their judgment by buying lots
ir tou will com out today you will
understand why others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
742 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
2 dandy vacant lota, block to car
line; cut to 91,000 cash for quick sat.
CALKINS ft CO.,
Douglas 1111. City Nat. Bank Bldg.
MINNE LUSA Nlo lot on Titus Ave., near
- 14th St.;' can be bought at a bargain;
this lot must be sold; see me quick. C A.
GrlmmelL140 Om. Nat Bk. Bldg.
LOT Two blocks from Ames Ave. car ;
improvements In street, would consider
Ford. Colfax 1831.
A FEW FINE BUILDING LOTS left In
Druid HID, 12.00 down, 90o per Week.
Douglas 8301. r
9300 LOT. 9190. Act quick. TyKr 949-J.
CLOSE TO TRACKAGE.
Bancroft and 20th, either under or level
with viaduct; lot abutting on Burling
ton R. R.. 9690 to 91.000.
GEORGE G. WALLACE, 914 Keelln.
A GOOD lot for 76.00. 6' good lots for
- 976.00 each. Close to a car line. 91 down
and 80c per week. Box 9011, Omaha Bee.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
Close to Omaha
6.9 acres rich, 'level land, a short dis
tance from Benson, half mile to paved
road, stores and Benson Gardens Jitney
line. Only 9428 per acre. Small payment
- down,' balance monthly or quarterly.
1.7 teres, almost adjoining the above,
all level, rich garden land, for 9460 an
9 acre, atl in alfalfa; high, sightly
land, close to, the other two pieces, at 9426
per acre. '
a 9.44 acres level land. Haa running
water, some trees, in the same locality,
for 1878 per acre.
This land is all advancing rapidly. Be
sure to look over some of these places ss
soon aa possible. Call at our office or
phone Tyler 80, and one of our salesmen
, with automobile will show you this land.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, .
1014 HARNEY ST. PHONE TYLER 80.
Go out to Lynnwoed today and see the
beautiful lots w ar selling from 9460 to
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
Phone Dong. 919 1607-9 W. O. W. Bldg.
MX ART YOUR HOMa, IN BblNSONl
BUT THIS LOT!
919.09 down and lio.oo per month; price
9299.00; 80x129; located on Locust
St., between Clark and bum ham, vol
far from school and oar Una, Geo, R.
Wright Bee offlo. Omaha.
. VACANT BARGAINS.
93,000 Two full lot on the northeast cor
ner of lind and Webster. Ground 100
xl36. Immediately across ths street
- east from the Arthur Cooley home.
This Is restricted district and is only
on block from th car line. Only
on houae can be built on th two
lot. Not another location of equal
.- sis In Dundee will compare with it
for the money.
93,600 Southwest corn if of 81st and Cali
fornia, 78x160 ft. of greund. East
front, on top of th hill. Only on
block from th car line. Cement
walk and paving on both tide and
all Improvements paid for in full.
This la an unusual op'ortunlty to
get clone to the car lint' and yet be
tn one of the finest , district in
Punde. Be It today.
. Tyler 1111. Rcae Bldg., llth and Farnam.
Omaha is today one of the most prosperous cities in the country;
bank clearings are climbing higher each week ; wholesale and retail
business is growing faster than ever before in the history of the city.
New skyscrapers are going up all around us. .
Can you watch these developments going on each day and ques
tion what the profit will be in Omaha Real Estate? Values are in
creasing daily NOW is the time to buy.
Look over the offers on this page and then go and see some of
them. "Go out and look Saturday." '
REAL ESTATE Suburban
DUNDEE BRICK AND STUCCO
The beet value In all Dundee. I room,
and aleeplng porch, attractive Inatde and
out with all bullt-ln featurea; extra large
fireplace. Haa living room, dining room,
kitchen, den and breakfaat room on the
firat floor. Full lot, handy to car, paving
tax., all paid. Muat be aold at once at
thie low price.
GLOVER & SPAIN.
Douglaa llll. ' Ill-It City National.
, DUNDEE LOTS.
Two highly desirable building lots
In Dundee, located at 61st and Cum
ing. These lots are nicely terraced
and have a north and east front.
Blse 93x199. Price 99,000.
F. D. WEAD. 919 So. 18th. Wead Bldg.
A "peach'' of a houae, located on Podge
St. between llth and 4ltb 8ta., practically
new, atrlctly mod., living room, with fire
place, dining room and kitchen on firat
floor; four badrooma and bath on second.
Let ua ahow you thle.
D. V. SHOLES CO..
Ill City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 41.
Six rooma and aleeplng porch; modern
In every way; firat claaa repair; choice
location: Immediate poaaeaaton; for ahort
time will make price of 14,000. Terma.
Call owner, Doug. 48:1 or Walnut 1071.
10x160 SOUTHEAST corner lot, on Lincoln
Highway, In' Happy Hollow; eheapeol lot
offered. Wal. 1177.
I-ROOM bungalow in Dundee, all atucco,
for eale by owner. 14,760; brand new; 1300
caah, balance like rent. Box 4711, Bee.
i-ROOH reeldenee, South Side, 11,100; ISO
caah. balance 111 per month. Doug. III6.
WEST DODGE STREET.
This ia located only 6lA miles
west of 1.6th street and yi of aj
mile from the Lincoln High- .
way and has a . good 2-story
7-room house, barn 30x36 and
corncrib 24x32, all built a few
years ago; 2 wells. Has about
10 acres in pasture; t'i acres in
alfalfa; 154 acres in grapes; Vi
acres in orchard, all bearing, and
the balance under cultivation.
. Price $675 per acre. Owner
on premises glad to show prop
erty at any time. Call us up
about this, as 40-acre tracts as
, close in as this are difficult to
GEORGE AND COMPANY,
Douglaa 761. 101 City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
v Level Acre
$675.00 5 $10.00Down
Only M block macadam road, fre Jit
ney, running water across rear, east front.
Balance payable 910 00 per month. Ask
for Mr. Manvllle. Tyler 80.
HASTINGS HEYDEN, 1814 HARNEY ST.
Jut listed, 17 acres Just west of Fair
acres, nice laying land. Owner haa de
cided to put this on the market for 30
days only. If Interested see us at onos.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Omaha National Bk, Bldg. Dour 1"81.
90 ACRES, 31 miles from Umaha, 9100.00
par acre; term; some exchange. Archer
, Realty, bbp aranaeis mag.
6-A. Blk. In t"airacres; new BrowneU Hall
dtatrlct. 1 J. J. uanan. ncuaiui ms.
REAL ESTATE Exchanges
WANTED To exchange desirable residence
properties In Grand Island and Nebraska
lands, all clear, well secured first mort
gages and cash, for a good brick busi
ness property In a growing and well
established city tn Nebraska. U. S. Land
and Loan Company, Box 604, Grand
BEE WANT ADS GAINED 1S.590 MORE
PAID ADS than any other Omaha news
paper gained In first seven, months 1919.
Good result at less
cost Is th reason why.
12-R. mod. residence; paving paid; want
l-r. mod. bungalow as first payment; bal
ance easy terms. Morgen. Doug. 4171.
FOR SALE 204x132; faces three atreeta;
near new Ford building; splendid manu
facturing sit. , Address B-4U, Bes.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'ty
. FOR SALE,
Corner lot, 40x70 feet, at street car
tranifer point, with new one-story and
basement double brick store. Income nov
91,140 per year; will be 91,300 after June
1, 1I1B. Th leases run nearly four years;
tenant pay for repairs. Price 912.000;
J. H. DUMONT A CO.,
410-19 Keellne Bldg. Phone D. 990.
REAL ESTATE Investments
NO MAN ever got rich on a salary. You
can invest a small or large sum with
Horn Builders, and you ar guaranteed
7 per cent on your investment. Shares
now 91.90 each. Safe, profitable invest
ment No speculation..
HOME BUILDERS, INC..
mh nd Douglas. Phon Doug. 6011.
WM. COLFAX, 700 KeeTin Bldg.
Real estate, city property, large ranches
RjEALjSTATE Other Cities
ARB you looking for an almost modern
house and a few acres, Just the right
distance from town? If so, writ E. W.
Frans, Plattamouth, Neb,
U A., alghtiy, 62d and O'rover, 11.000; i
A. on paved St., 12,000; A., 6ld and
Pacific, 12,000 ca,h. Doug. :I47.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, 9 and 9-room houses that
can be sold for 9100 cash, balance 818
per month; flv complete description first
W, FARNAM SMITH & CO.
1220 Farnsm St. Tel. Doug. 1064.
OUR specialty handling property for out-of-town
GALLAGHER A NELSON. Omaha, Neb;
wTnTED 100 HOUSES TO BENT,"
BEAVERS. 760 Omaha Nat. Bk. Doug. 2460.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
HAVE buyer for small houaes and lota, In
North Omaha. Writ 9992. Be. '
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
NOW 1 the proper time for your birds to
ahed feathers. "Song and Moulting Food."
18c psr box, Is what hs needu now. Max
Uclsler Bird Co.
Real Estate, Loans. Mortgages.
I PER CENT to I per cent on beat claaa city
reetdencea In amounta 11.000 up; alao farm
loan.. Reaennable oommlaelone.
PETERS TRUST CO., llll Farnam St.
IIOO ilontOAOB, bearing 7 per "cent eml
ann. ; eeoured by property valued at 12.60.
Talmage-Loomla lnv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
SHOPEN & COM PANT,
OMAHA homee. Eaet Nebreska farms.
O'KEEPE REAL ESTATE CO..
toil OmahaNaL fnone Douglaa tin
MONET to loan on Improved farme and
ranchee. We- alao buy good farm mort
gagee. Kloke lnv. Co.. Omaha.
REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED.
THOS. L. McOARRT.
JCEBLtNB BLDO. TEL. RED lltl.
REAL ESTATE- loane. I per cent. S.i
D. E. BUCK 4 CO..
Ill Omaha Nat. Bank.
7. T GRAHAM,
CITT and farm loane, 6, IS, I per rent.
J. H. Dumont ft C.,41l K.elln. Bldg.
MONET' onhand for eHy" and "
farm loana. H. W. Binder, City
National Bank Btdg.
Natl. Bank Bldg.
FARM and city loans, 9-9H and 9 per cent
W. H. Thomas. Keellne Bldg. Doug. 1048.
5f MONEY HARRISON A MORTON
piU 910 Omaha Nafl Bank Bldg.
FARM loans. 9 and 9 per cent. T), 9707,
Toland A Trumbull, 449 Bee Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sts.
Abstracts of Title.
f2i iQior,f on Abstract Co. We can bring
VJUdiaUL-CC down your abstract on
short notice. R, 7, Patterson Bldg. D. 9947.
Vavi Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co..
JYtJrr 06 S. 17th St.. ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED-ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract of-
fire In Nebraska. 100 Brandels Theater.
FARM AND RAISCH LANDS
160 ACRES, well Improved farm; 1.000 bear
ing fruit trees; 91,600; easy terms; 120
acres, well Improved bottom farm ; 90
acre; terms. Jones, Pettlgrew, Ark.
FARM For sale; 100 acre; lot loam soil,
uncultivated; 17 miles east of Forest
City, Ark.; price 930 per acr. Slsn P.
Trotter, Rtverton. III.
COLORADO land excursion postponed on ac
count of strike. Make inquiry. Netha
way, Florence, Neb.
160 IOWA FARMS for sal Qr-iohang,-Tn
Madtaon and Union County, la., from 960
to 9126 per acre. Writ th F. 1 Jone
Land Co., Creston, Iowa.
40, 80 OR 180 ACRES GOOD, HEAVY
soil, well settled part of Todd county,
Minn., good roads, schools and churches;
price $16 to 920 per acr; terms 91.00 per
acre cash, balance $4.00 per acre a year;
8,000 acre to aelect from. AgenW wanted;
' will make a low railroad rat to lnspsat.
. Schwab Bro., 10SS Plymouth Bldg.. Min
neapolis, Minn. '
FOR SALE or trad for land or liv stock,
a 40-acre dslry farm; close to town. All
fenced, good Improvements, at 933 an
acre. Address owner, Box 99, Willow
River, Minn. 1
FOR SALE or trade, 100 acr blu grass
stock and grain farm; 76 miles north
east of Kansas City In Livingston county,
Mlasourl. every acre good. Well Improved.
Want cheaper land, more or less acres
up to 910,000. Writ owner' for descrip
tion. Ham Gravatt, Bos 224, Drumwright,
AN HONEST AD
Men ask us, "If your land Is as good
as you say It Is. why Is It so cheap?"
The honest answer Is. Speculators picked
up this land years ago and have not im
proved It. Ths cattlemen also, who have
the run of this land free,' have dis
couraged settlers from coming in and
locating. Now the speculator Is ready to
sell at a fair price, and the cattlemen
are well fixed and th country 1 now
ready and open for settlers, men who will
farm this land aa It should be. and they
will make as much. If not mor money,
all things considered, as back east on
the high priced land. Just think of it,
our small grain Is making 12 to 99 bu.
this year at 91.28 per, and w have a very
fine stand of corn, and yet this ha been
the driest year for twenty years. When
you can buy land that will produce as
this Is doing, with hogging It In meth
ods, don't you think it a good Investment?
Heavy blank loara soil, with clay subsoil,
only $16 to 936 an acre. Ws rats alfalfa
and all other grass and grain that Is
raised in th east. No purer water, and
plenty of It; good schools, churches, mar
kets, telephones; a good class of people.
County fair and Chautauqua and lyceum
annually, and Grant, the county seat. Is
a good, growing town, with el ec trio light
and water works. This Is an honest ad, be
honest with yourself and com and see
If there Is such a thing as an honest
real estate man. Agent wanted In
every county. Dave Shuter Co.. Grant. Neb,
No. 16 Madison county, ltIO acres,
miles from town, flu improvements,
fenced and cross fenced. 140 aores under
cultivation, balance pasture and alfalfa.
Priced right, will mak terms.
W. T. SMITH CO.
914 City Nat'l. Bank Bldg.. Omaha, Neb.
160 AND BO-ACRE Johnson county, Neb
farms; well improved. A bargain tn Im
proved 80 In Sarpy Co.
219 B. 17th.
FINE Brown county, Nebraska, ranch to
trade for good lumber yard -or hardware,
or both combined; fin water, grass and
hay; extra good Improvements; well
stocked with cattle, horses and machinery.
Address Y-660, Be.
LAND NEAR OMAHA FOR SALE.
' 661 A., very choice land, just N. W.
Benson. Belong to bank. Must sell, A
bargain. See me for prtoe and terms.
J. A. ABBOTT, 4 Fat tenon Blk., City.
DOUGLAS COUNTY FARM.
200-acre farm, close to Waterloo, nearly
all In cultivation. Priced right.
WRIGHT A LA8BURY, D. 102.
FARM for sal by owner; choice 2:0-acre
farm; N. E. Neb,; fine Improvements;
terms to suit. Address Y, 681 Be
160 ACRES 1 mile from town; level, best
of soil; good Improvements. Prlo 9126.
W. T. Smith Co., i 014 City NatBkBldg.
TOWN farm. 260 a., alfalfa valley land", ad
joining Hers hey. Neb., at 99. Write D.
C. Patterson, Omaha. Neb. .
29 ACRES of good farm land near Omaha
Price I rigbL 8. P. Boat wick Bon, 900
Bos Bldg. . ,
New Mexico Land.
BARGAINS In producing deeded lands In
New Mexico. Inquire at once of John N.
Karn, U. S. Commissioner, Des Moines,
New Mexico. '
UPPER WISCONSIN Best dairy and gen
ral crop state in th union. Bottlers
wanted; lands for sal at low prices on
asy tsrms; excellent lands for stoca
raising. Ask for booklet 96 on Wisconsin
Central Land Grant; atat aores wanted.
If Interested In fruit lands, ask for book
let on Apple Orchard. Address Land Com
missioner Boo Railway. Minneapolis, Minn.
GTiiteratur and maps on the cheapest
good land In United State. i
BAKER A TILLOTSON,
16th and Douglaa Sts Omaha. Doug. 1199.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
South Dakota Lands.
DAIRY FOR SALIC Two miles from town.
900 sore deeded land, 49 cows, 90 horses,
milking machine, oreem separator, wagons,
farm machinery, aut delivery truck.
First class trad. Must sail becaua owner
Is with militia on Mexican border. Writ.
Cold Brook Dairy. Hot Springs, South Dak.
ACRE AOS to 6-A. tract an oar tin.
Eaay terma C R. Combs, 911 Brand)
Tha. Bldg. Doug. 9919.
Hort68-Lioj Stock- Vehicles
WB ARB going to close out our anttr stock
or wagons, teaming gears and harness at
below manufacturers' oost; com In at
one and these bargain; nothing re
served. W have wagons and harness
to suit your particular need. Doa t you
think you had better look?
1629-31-99 North 10th BL
FOR SALE Good, gentle horse, buggy and
harness, cheap, 1689 Kansas Av or
ciill Colfax 3014.
TEAM wagon and harness for sal. . J.
Psaslngcr, Harney 9999.
HORSES, harness, wagon and surrey. Col
Wagon umbrellas, 91-00. Wagner, 801 N. 19th.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
AT YOUR PRICE.
1919 Willy Knight, almost new.
1816 Ovrland Blx-89 T, almost w.
1918 Overland 99 T, altghtly Used.
1816 Overland T9 roadster, almost new,
1618 Overland T9 touring, almost new.
1916 Maxwell light flv.
1016 singer Six Touring, slightly used.
1818 Col Colonial Coup.
1116 Overland, cheap,
1919 Chalmers, cheap.
1816 Partln Palmer, cheap,
1618 Overland, qulok for cash.
Pop Hartford Racar, quick for cash.
1916 Ford, opa delivery.
Most of th ears listed har starter
and electric light. Prices from 9100 up,
, 2047 Farnam St. Doug. 9290,,
BEFORE you buy look tuess car and prices
over. It will pay you well:
Chalmers Roadster ,
9 Over lands .,,,.,,,.,,,,.,..,,
CadlUao ... 189
9 Fords ..
Chevrolet Roadster 969
1916 Indian Motorcycle, good a nw. 179
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO..
2218 Farnam. Douglas 999.
nr., Theft and Liability at loweal rate.
KILLT. ELLIS THOMPSON,
111-14 City Nat'l Bank Bldg. Doug. llll.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
,209 Farnam. Douglaa 1919.
, . Ford Roadster ........9176
Cole Touring 660
Overland Touring ..A...... 276
J Bulck B 98 Roadster 496
BEE WANT.ADB GAINED 19.669 MORE
PAID ADS than any other Omaha new,
paper gained in first seven months 1919.
Good results at less
cost Is the reason why.
FOR BALE Inter, State auto truck; 60
horsepower, at a saerlflee. Call Benson
221, r at ts.lt N. 89th Ave.
WILL sell my Dodg touring car at a
bargain; driven less than three month;
must have the money to meat an obllga-
tlon. Box 6471, Bee.
USED CAR BARGAINS AT
MURPHY-O'BRIEN AUTO CO,,
1814-19-19 Farnam St.
1 SOUTH BEND lathe, 13-Inch swing, 8-ft.
bed, full equipment, 9300.
Regal under lung, 9210 cash.
Cron town Garage, 919 B, 24th. D. 4441.
WB will trad you a new Ford for your old
INDUSTRIAL OARAGE CO.,
90th and Harney. Doug. 9261.
FOR SALE On Ford delivery body and
twin motorcycle. 9619 Charles St.
Automobiles Win ted.
Ford touring car and som cash for 1914
Overland. Ask for Mr, Farrar, 2047 Far
Auto Storage and Oarages.
DON'T throw away old tire. W mak on
new tire from 9 old ones and sav you 90
per cent. 2 In 1 Vulcanising Co., 1614 Dav
enport lit., umana, woo, uougiaa in.
EXPERT auto repairing, "servloe car al
ways ready." Omaha Garag, 9010 Harny
at. Tyier bo.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
9100 reward for magneto w oan't repair.
Coll repaired. BayadorfT, 910 N. 19th.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service and
price right. 919 8. 19th St. P. 7990.
Auto Tires and Supplies.
96,000 STOCK of Pennsylvania tires, guar
anteed 4,000 miles, for sale at reduced
prices by Duo Tire Co., 1911 Chicago.
SEE us for bargains In standard make.
Expert tir repairing. Zwlebel Bro., 1919
Motorcycles and Bicycles
HARLBY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES. Bar
gains tn used machines. Victor Root, "Ths
Motorcycle Msn," 2709 Leavenworth.
NEARLY new 989 girl's bicycle, 929. Phone
W I n ut 1689. b im
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Caroline A. Lundberg and tiueband to
Lenter O, Bratton. Cuming atreet.
100 feet eaet of Flfty-flrefe? atreet,
north aide, 10x111 1
Emllle B. Davla to Haatlnga eV Hey
d.n, Webeter avenue, 141.1 feet weat
of Twenty-fifth avenue, nouth .Ida,
Joeaph Clrh and wife to John Sta
roatka, northwaat corner Forty-third
and J atroeio. II l-lxlll 1,101
Frank Prelalnger and wife to Tomaa
Danak, Nineteenth atreet. 111 feet
aouth of U etreeu weat aide, 10x110 1,111
Cralgh, Bona Co. to Smith Brink
company, Do roe. atreet, 11.7 feet
eaat of Twenty.flrat atreet, north
aide, lixlii Twenty-tint etr..t, II
f.et north of Oorcaa atreet, eaat aide,
Ir.na.ua Shuler et al. to Patriok J.
Mawe, Forty-Mcond atreet, 10 feet
eouth ot Page atreet, eaat aide, eOx
Irena.ua Shuler et al. to Patrick J.
Mawe, Forty-aeeond atreet. 40 feet .
aouth of Page atreet, eaat aide, 40x
Thomaa Tlghe to George Seater, Madl
' aon atreet, South Omaha, 417 feet
w..t of Tw.nty-aavruth atreet, north
aide, I acrea 1,100
John Schmiarer and wife to William
W. Crane, aoutheeat corner Sixteenth ,
.treat and Sherwood avenue, Irregu
lar, approximately 120x140 1
Lulu N. Jerome tti Jamea Hutchlnaon.
Twenty-fifth atreet, 1)1 feet aouth ot
Sprague, 41x100 1,110
Joaephlne M. Forney to Maud Forney,
l.ucee etreet, B.naon, II feet eaat of
Halcyon avenue, Irregular, approxi
mately 14x11 1
Winter Byle. to W. V. Worley, Crown
Point avenue, IT0 feet weet of
Twenty-fifth avenue, north Bide, 4lx
Emma N. Wlemer and huaband to Da
vid B. Buck, Franklin street, .10
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
""feet w7t of "Thirty-eighth itraet.
south side, 60x180 9
Kdtlh Mlchaelli. administratrix, to
John Pollto, Twelth street. 284 feet
south of Pierce street, west aide,
Msrte Benak and husband to Rosa
Hrbek, Nineteenth strwet. 100 feet
north of O street, east side. 90x130.. 1
Walynty Bojanskl to Andrew Sobcayk,
southeast corner Thirtieth and Vin
ton trts. 44il)4 9,979
Oak C. Radlek and wife to Btta A.
Winn. Leavoawerth afreet. 44 feet
west of Fifty-third street north slds,
Michael Shannon and wife to Bruno
Butkewtoa and wife, T street, 280
feet west o( Forty-Moond street,
north lid. -90x190 1.160
George W. Garloch and wife to An
tonta Jensen, Hamilton street 90
teet east of Thirty-fourth trt,
north aid. 40x78 9,609
Four Doctors Puzzled,
Fifth Says Smallpox
An extraordinary case ot smallpox
is that of Dahl Baxter, a young man
employed by the weather bureau at
the Drexel (arm observation station.
A few weeks sgo he went on his
vacation, taking a trip to Virginia.
While he was there he began to feel
sick. When he started for Omaha he
was quite ill. Arriving in Chicago, he
went to a physician there, who was
unable to diagnose his trouble.
He continued his journey and when
he arrived in Omaha the skin of his
face and arms was peeling off. He
went to three different doctors here
in an effort to find out what his mal
ady was, but none of them diagnosed
it. Finally he went to a fourth ana
this one said he had smallpox.
He was removed to the city conta
gious disease hospital, where he is
A. C. Storz Administrator
Of His Wife's Estate
Arthur C. Stori, automobile deal
er, has been appointed administrator
of the estate of his late wife, Clara,
who was killed in an automobile ac
cident at Council Bluffs June 8. The
machine -driven by Mrs. Stors was
struck by a Rock Island train. The
petition asking Stors's appointment
asierts that cause for damage action
exists against the railway. Heirs
mentioned beside the husband are
Thomas Hart, Omaha, the father;
Carrie M, Hart, mother; Henry Hart,
brother, of Chicago; Frank Hart,
brother, and Nellie Hart, sister, both
of Omaha. Nellie, the younger sis
ter, wss seriously injured in the
imashup. ; 1
Hew lo Cm Colda.
Avoid expoeur. and drafta. Bat right.
Take Dr. King's New Dlacovory, It kill, and
deatroya th. eold g.rma, All drugglata.
The Secret the
By E. Alexander Powell
Author .1 "The End ,1 the Trail." Tight!., la Fl.nd.r.," The Road te Olery," "Vlv. I.
France," .tc. Copyrighted. ISIS, by E. Al.xand.r Powell.
Lieutenant Jarvla Mope reporte flndlnge
on the Invention of Dr, Ralph Burke. On
the trial trip ot the Inventor's boat a Jap
anee. helper 1. aurprlaed In the act of .xam
Inlng the meehanlem. Attempt t. burglar
laa Burke', laaoratory fall., lat.r b
daught.r Clee find, him murdared In his
bedroom.' Cleo Bella her father', books; ah.
flnds a net. from whleh ah. learna th.y
contain Mor.t formula. Olga Ivanoff and
Gerald Uorton. aple. In eearch af formula,
attempt to capture Cleo. Hop. ruehe. to her
aid. Hope and Cleo oacape and attend ball
at Mra. Delmar'a, whoae nephew haa two
ml..lng hooka. Mahlin, a apy, attempts t.
ataal book.. Hop. and Clao Uk. boat tor
an laland. Attar a vlol.nt Bterm Hope and
Cleo arrive on atrange laland and dleoover
man they hunt la there, Mahlin and Jap
an... alas reach the laland. Thay aecape
from Hope, but return and dynamite the
ohaek. Hope and Cleo manage to reach
SandBboro, wher. Dr. Owen hee one ot the
booke. He arrange, to meet Hope at the
hotel with book. Morton poBaa aa Hope
and hut for an earthquake would have poe
aeaaed the volume. Cleo I. "aptured by
Morton and taken t. oabln m the mountain.,
a., th.M buuik, Inr which they Boaroh.
'Fortunately .he gets not. t. Hop., who,
t with Hook, atari, t. reecue. Aa he ereeee.
churn en swinging oable Mahlin ataalB up
and cbope at cable with an ax. Hook ap
' pears In time to aave Hope. He reaohe.
the ether aide and la greeted by Cleo; sha
Bweara har love to him. They are followed
by Mahlin and Jap, who attempt to aionep
Cleo. the .wing. h.raelf over th. canyon.
Olga and Morton are daahed to earth in an
aeroplane. Hope and Cleo re pulled from
.ulokaaad. by Hook and a grapevine Mah
lin and Sateuma are called before the Black
Council. On the track f another hook,
thay Ind the owner haa loot It. Hop. re
ceive, a letter demand!, hi. marring, to a
girl whs claims ha eomproralaod har. H.
la forced to comply by Cleo. Accidentally
ha learna It la a plot t. rop. him In. H. le
lat.r eummoned to Waahlngton. Morton
and Olga are eared tor by a rancher, wh.
warns them agalnet Carlllo the bandit.
Thav venture tea far from the ranch and
are captured by the outlaws. Carlllo .Iter.
' Morton his freedom lor ransom, via. .mi.
I one of the hooka In th. cabin. She kllle
I Carlllo and eaoapea, but Morton tabeB the
book from her and nee.. Hope learna inai
1,1m I. h. deuarhter and heir of ChWln
Montgomery, Oerald Morton'n uncle. He
nod. her in aaoramenio. uiga
m tt, hie Mem.' wher. aha confront, him.
An attempt to kill him end. In har death
at hie hands. Cleo la kidnaped from th.
hot.l, while Hop. la away.
(Continued Fran, Yesterday.)
Upon reaching Ignacio, Hook as
rertained. after considerable Question'
ing, that there was indeed a Greek
fisherman named Vlasto who lived
i with his wife in a small shack on
'the beach, several miles from the
town. Landing at tne rickety nttie
wharf and crossing the strip of sandy
beach on which nets were drying, he
approached the miserable dwelling.
The tiny doorstep was shaded by
vines, and seated under them was a
girl. A pale and pitifully wasted girl,
but at a sisrht of her Hook gave a
ihout of joy. It was Cleo. For a mo
ment she stared at him as though he
had been a stranger; then the light of
recognition showed in her great, tired
eyet, tnd with a sob of relief and hap
piness she threw both arms around
his neck, like a child who had been
lost and found.
By dint of careful questioning he
waa able to gradually piece together
the strange story of her diiappear-
ance. for twenty-tour noun atter
Mahlin's departure she had waited,
without food or water, for his return.
At last the darkness, thirst and hunger
had their effect on nerves already
overstrained; her habitual coolness
deserted her and she gave way to the
hysteria of blind, unreasoning fear.
During the long hours of her impris
onment she had discovered in the
floor of the storehouse a trap-door,
which had evidently been overlooked
by Mahlin, and this she raised, in
tending to use it as a last resort. At
last, when her highly strung nerves
were at the breaking point, she heard
Injuries to Infant
The mother in the County hospital.
believed to be insane, the 18-month-old
daughter in the Child Saving In
stitute, and the 5-months-old son in
the County hospital with his little
head battered and bruited from de-.
batable causes this is the state of
affairs existing in the family of Peter
vasgroviwicn, Deing mvesiigaiea oy
the South Side police in connection
with juvenile authorities.
Troubles in the home caused South
Side officers to enter the residence ',
at 2920 S street. The mother was
found suffering with a broken thumb,
while the infant of S months was suf
fering from a number of lacerations '
and bruises on the head. According ,
to Probation Officer Miller, the father
asserts his wife is insane and declares
that while temporarily mentally un
balanced she grabbed the little one by
the feet and bumped its head against
the wall. The mother, on the other .
hand, declares the father kicked the
tot while it was lying on the floor.
The case of the mother will be of- :
cially taken before the Insanity com
mission. The father, deprived of his
wife and two children, is going (bout ;
his work on the South Side. '
Wants an Accordion to
Take Back to the Heathen
Who has an accordion thatil1
muster up music enough to Interest '
the heathens of Hindustan?
Appeals galore have been made to
Probation Officer Miller by the Rev.
F. C. Ald'ich of Shenandoah, la., a
returned missionary from India, an
nouncing his plans to return and ex- -pressing
the wish for an accordion.
The missionary will return to Hin
dustan within a few days. No funds
are provided by the church for pur-.
chase of musical instruments and Rev.
Aldrich believes an accordion will as
'sist in his endeavors to show the
heathen the light.
Holdup Man and Accomplices
Arrested by the Police
John Doyle of Chicago and Ella
Brown and Nellie Daniels, 205 North
Eleventh street, were arrested and
charged with holding up and rob
bing J. Goniales at Tenth street and
Capitol avenue Thursday night.
Doyle did the work, but the women
accompanied him and took the re
volver with which he threatened his
victim, the police said. Gonzales lost
$10 and a watch. Doyle confessed
when he was taken to police head
. a motor car stop at the end of the
wharf and the sound of men rapidly
annrnarhino1 . Mv. ..mi.. .n.i.....
that they might be friends instead of ,
cucuuca, aim icrruiea at tne tnought
that MahHn u,.a -i. -,.!.. ...
put his unspoken threat, she hurried.
" ner eomt lna hat, kicked
off her slippers, and lowering herself
silently through the trop-dooor Into
the water, struck off In the darkness
in wnai sne supposed ta be the direc
tion of the shore, But she lost her
bearinw her itMnird, alUJ k i
with a cry for help, she lost conscious-
ice., vv inn, aner many days, she re
turned tn a realive.lMM - A. -I
. . . ---"" w liunga, .no
was in bed, evidently In a fliherman'i
hut, tended by an old Greek fisherman
and his wife. The shock of her abduc
tion, her fear of Mahlin and Satauma,
and her narrow escape by drowning,
...u icemicu in . long ana alarming
nervous hr,.V.nu,H f,.m .lj.u -l :
- .., it icii ana
was gradually recovering.
r-,"rJ r,,t out her" Ml
den." aaiil HmI, l. i I i 7.
her Itnrv. "anil Im
back to town." y
And to this plan she made no ob.
lection. Only once, Indeed, did she
ask a question. . .
"Tarviar" ah. t. l- . ,,
has be misted me?"
the lootenant'i been almost erasy
with grief " Miss Cleo," the old tailor
answered limply. And with that she
The nffifM.t !.! f r.
, , .-. w. .i. uurxei in
vention had surpassed Hope's, greatest
expectation!. It had done everything
.lie. uc net. Claimed lor It.
"We are entirely tatltfied, Mr,
Hope, the chairman of the commis- ;
sion had tnlrl him "T ah.M .u-
secretary of the navy tonight urging
mat eicya ne taKen immediately to ac
quire the rights for the government
Once our submarinei are fitted with
this apparatus, our coasts and har
bors will be virtually immune from
And now with the submarine run
ning awash as it sped back to Mare
Island, Hope stood .on the deck be
side the conning tour, staring out
across the water of the bay turned
momentarily crimson by the setting
sun. The secret of the submarine
had been found at last. , It had proved
an unqualified success. The accept
ance by the government was virtually
assured. He had' accomplished his
million and would doubtless receive
commendstion and promotion. But
of what avail was it atl now? With
Cleo gone his success was not worth
having. Tears blinded him at the
thought of how, had she been alive,
they would have rejoiced together.
So engrossed was he in his melan
choly thoughts that he failed to ob
serve the dingy power, boat which
ran alnmreirle aa .lie m!,Min. .Uw.
red down to approach its moorings.
sunaing in ine item was nook, wav- ;
ing his hat delightfully. He had evi
dently come out to offer congratula
tions. But, as the fishing boat came
closer, he stepped sside and the
young officer, looking down with
staring, incredulous eyes, saw, seated
in the stern amid a pile of pillows a
girl, white and fragile as a flower,
who smiled up at him happily. For
a moment he continued to ttare as .
though his eyes deceived him. Then,
with a great cry of love and happi
ness, he sprang to the deck of the
fishing boat and gathered her into
his arms. ' , '
, ; THE END. W'S'
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