Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1916)
THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1916.
FOR RENT Ap'ti' and Flat
' - - West 'JZZZ
IB BATED apts. In th Troy. 3009 Harney
. containing 4 roonii each; very Improve.
. raant. Bast of janitor service. Now
ready ior oocupuncy under lease to Ort
I&17. Call Janitor (or appointment and
Thoa. W. Hasten, agent, 107 McCague
-BOOM modern apartment in The Hud
Ma, WT 8. stth Ave., with heat and
janitor service. US Benaon ft Myera Co..
a' . umtnt wati. br. Bldg.
vcn i cnoice 6 -room steam -heated apart
wi r arnam at.
JOHN W. ROBBINS. 1802 FARNAM 8T.
COLDER WEATHER COMING.
We have a fine 4 -room . apartment In
Ivy; no fires to worry and fuss
over; no walki to sweep.;
think it over.
HI ATT COMPANY
848 Omaha Nat, Bk. Bldg. ,
1110 NO: 22D 4-r. mod flat; aieel range
u plate; kitchen cab.; water pd. $16,
RASP BROS., DOUO. 166.
-RM., STRICTLY mod. (lata. North 25th,
w.op montniy. uavis. zii n. zsth.
t and 4-r. apti., 24th and Harney. Har
' -W T-
ROOM apart men i all modern, 120 In sum
mer and ISO In winter. Including heat.
&ey. aowaro. nea W.&7.
ISTABROOK 4 roomaT $30. G. p. Stebbins,
BRICK flat (or rent, f 26 per month;
-. rooms, modern- Phone Doug. 152.
FOR RENT Buaines. Pr'fr'ty
FOR RENT Part ol storeroom at 1614 Far
. nam; suitable (or smalt line of merchan
dise In connection with cigars and news.
. 324 8. lflth St.
TWO modern stores near Postofflce. Low
rent O. P. Stebblns, , 1610 Chicago.
Offices and Desk Room.
6,000 $Q. FT.
'" 'Tn lone of the new high grade fireproof
office buildings. Most central location In
city. Will divide space If desired.
" Tyler' 1836. ,333 Rose Bldg.
THIRD FLOOR, 40x60, In central location,
suitable, for small manufacturing ..bust-
nea. Tel. Doug. .044.
DESIRABLE studio location In Wead bldg
. lain, aua jrarnara, ana in liaidrige bldg.
gutn and Farnam; rental reasonable.
' F. D. WEAD. Wead Bldg.
DEBIHAULC office rooms ;n in remodeled
Crounse Block, lis N. 16tb St. (opposite
- poatomcej, it to mo per montn. conrai
Toung. ii Brandels Theater Doug la
CHOICE office apace, Baird Bldg:. 17th and
Douglas. McCague Inv. Co.
iBARN forwent, 33 per month. . 1813 Chicago
St. Red 6762.
WANTED TO RENT.
Unfurnished Houses and Flats
WHAT have you for rent In tho way
of four, five and six-room modern
up-to-date apartments? J refer
ence will be given to those In better
districts of the city. Want fo deal
dlreot with owners. No agents. Tele
phone Douglas 101ft.
WaNTED ilsiing on cottages or houses' to
-, rent or Sell on eaar payments. Have eus-
v tomera waiting, inquire 411 Karbacb
Block. Douglas Ii 07. ,
IMMEDIATELY, 6 or 6 -room modern cot
tage or bungalow; rent must be reason'
able. Box 7185, Be.
: GALLAGHER A NELSON
will after your rentals. 844 Brandels
Bldg. Doug. 1881.
MOVING AND STORAGE
Separata looked room, for household
rood, and ptanoa,. -moving, packing and
- OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.
03 8. 18th St. ' Pouglaa .
Globe Van and Storage Co,
v For real moving service try us. Large
S-horse padded vans. Btorage, 1 month.
Satisfaction' guaranteed. We move you
QUICKER, CHEAPER "AND SAFER.
Phono Tyler 230 or Douglas 4338. ,
' GORDON VAN CO.
riREPBOOF WARCHOD8S. '
Puking, atorag. and mov
ing. -Ill N. 11th BU Phon
Douglas ZU, "
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
.. . .. STORAGE CO.
Careful attention given to orders for
moving, packing or storage, office at Kay
: mond Furniture Co., 1613 and 1616 How-
ard St Phone D. 6624.
, Phon Douglas 388 for complete
list of vacant bouses and apart
. ments. Also for storage, moving.
lth and Jackson Sts.
'KKnrrrrrivA Van and two men.
uogsMiA , $1.26 per hour.
Van and Storags Co., Moving, Packing.
storage and shipping. Phon Douglas 1408.
J. C. REED
Express Co. Moving,
packing and storage,
1207 Farnam St.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
Now 6 -room bungalow, modern, price
$2,600, with terms. Will rent $16 per
" ARCHER REALTY CO.,
(80 Brandels Bldg.
Investments, insuranc7 $400 m
. mmt an nrlo. $2,600. Selng 3 houses. I
. rooms each near high school and
Creigbton college. Also,. 6 and 8-room
bungalows, $200 down, and two S rooms,
$96 down, balance monthly.
CHAB. B. WILLIAMSON CO.
NEW bungalow; also 3-i. - and gardening:
your terms and price; Inv. with $400. rent,
S houses (flat cost $3,500). $2.600. IX 2107.
I860 CASH. $29.50 will buy one of the
nlaaeiest bunvalows on the market today
strictly modern, 6-r. and bth; oak. fin
ish: rooms all decorated; high grade fix
tures; furnace; full cement basement;
-dandy east front lot; 1 Mocks to car.
RASP BROS. Douglas 1668.
DOUBLE frame residence of 6 rooms each,
for $4,000; rental, $46per mo.; well lo
cated. W. H. GATES,
647 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 124.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
We have for sale on very easy terms a
splendid residence at 116 N. 33d St. This
house has eight rooms, all in fine con
dition. The lot is 60x143. V Is In .a very
desirable neighborhood and the price is
, $08 First National Bank Bldg.
BEAUTIFUL MODERN HOME AT
2033 MAPLE ST., $4,000.
WANTS CASH FOR THIS.
A BARGAIN FOR A THRIFT MAN.
INTER-STATE REALTY CO., " 'f
, 29-30 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
' Phone 8862.
... Come up or call up today.
MUST SELL CATHEDRAL DISTRICT.
Two new, modern homes, one 7 and one
t-room; oak and birch finish; all built
in features; very best material and work
manship, close In. Beat buy in Omaha.
Telephone OWNER, Douglas lftz.
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT -8-room, 3
baths, nearly new ; big discount, only
$6,260. Bee It. 323 N. 38th Ave.
WEST FARNAM -room. All modern cot
tag on Farnam. near 4 2d St.; Iq 60x133
Price 12.850. Doug 2332. ,
$618 LINCOLN BLV1 11-rcfcra house,
strictly modern, with hot water heat
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
15-Room House and Large Lot Lo
4219 North 24th Street, Omaha.
Will be sold at auction to the highest
. bidder on the premises.
Tuesday, Oct. 24th, at 2 p. m. Sharp.
This Is a well built modern house, just
one block south of the Ames ave. oar barn,
well located for a rooming house, easy
to rent, on car line, and will likely sell
at a grunt sacrifice.
Terms of sale, one-third of purchase
price rash, balance long time at low rate
This pro pert must sell on above data,
, and will likely go at a groat sacrifice.
The owner has placed the sale In charge
iDon't fail to attend this sale.
JAMES L. DOWD, Auctioneer.
3019 Larimore Ave.
2 -room house, only bultt two years. In
nne condition; full cemented basement.
Lot '40x133. Just the place for anyone
who wants to stop paying rent and own
a nice home of their own. Only 3100
casn, naiance, montniy. Price I1,S00.
Phone-Tylor 60 and auk for Mr. Olesiiig.
'isiuc open evenings ( mi .
HASTINGS & HEYDEN
1614 HARNEY ST.
PAY YOUR RENT
' ON THIS BARGAIN.
6650 IV 36th St., 4 rooms and bath,
electric light, good cellar, well and pump,
chicken house, cement walks and clone to
scrooi. rrice reduced to 11,876, 150 cash.
fta.ance 12 each month. If not sold this. I
week will rent.
P. J. TEBBINS,
B06 Omaha Nat. Bk. Phone D. 2182.
MY HOME FOR SALE.
Built only three years. Has three bed I
, rooms, sleeping porch and bath on the I
second floor; vestibule, large living I
room, aining room, Duue.-s pantry, kitch
en and rear entry on the first door; (ull
baseman t 60-foot lot. No. 3332 Walnut I
St. fnone Harney 6793.
MILLER PARK BUNGALOW.
6-rooms. Strictly modern bun low.
Oak finish and oak floors in three rooms,
balance hard pine. Built-in bookcase.
Colonade openings. Built-in fire place. On
pavea street, nan block irom car line.
Owner has bought , larger house and will
ing to sacrillce.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. D. 1781. 1
ia ana ex North Iftn street boil
4vard; two bouses, with $730.00 annual
.r'niai, largo 'ot. ciose in. want offer at I
$260 CASH, $27.60 per month, will buy
brand new, 6 -room bungalow, strictly
modern, paved street, close to car, a little
north of Kountze place. Price, $2,950.
win iane 101 as iirst payment.
RASP BROS. Douglas HPS.
FOR SALE By owner, house in north part
at sixty cents on the dollar; 7 rooms, all
modern and strictly up-to-date. Price.
M.760. win make terms. Box 6935. Be.
FOR SALE By owner, 7-room all modern
residence, Kountze Place, restricted dis
trict; owner wants to leave city. Phone
IEW 6-room strictly' modern bungalow, hot I
water neat, only $2,600. My $1,426 equity
iur ti, www, casn. UOirax
KObNTZh. fLACE rertrtctud district resi
dence, for sal. F V. Knlest. $616 N. llta.
FOR PALE 3 aero Improved.' Col. 1646
GOOD HOME CHEAP
8,600.00 buys a good 2-story, I -room
house, all modern, ail clear of encum
brance, located on northwest corner lot,
one block from 3 car lines, within walk
ing distance, near Park avenue and Leav-
1 enwofth, having birch finish "throughout.
Price reduced from -.$4,00,0 for immediate
saie. specialty gooa reasons ior selling.
Immediate possession. Investigate at once
If you are looking f0r a close-In horn at
a low price.
GEORGE AND COMPANY
Phone D. HI. 108 City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
, ''-. , POH SALE.
Thla 8-room modern houie
at 808 Forest Ave., Juat a
atep from th. depota, w.
comld.r tha beat bargain ,
"""Full price. 88.800! 11,800 down
bal. long time at low rate.
Bpeclal chance for R. ft. man
or atreet car man.
INTER-STATE REALTY CO..
28-80 City Nat. Bank Bldg. ,
Call up or come up today.
new Bungalow v
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT I
LARGE living, room -with built-in book
cases, -dining room with plate rati and
paneled walls, kitchen, two bedrooms and
bath all on one floor. Oak 'finish and
oaa floors; large attic; full basement;
guaranteed rurnace; large south front lot.
close to, car, school, stores and park. Will
call for you and show you this bunga
low, rnone us tor appointment.
SCOTT AND HILL CO.,
Douglas 1009. Oround Floor MoCague Bldg.
, FIVE ROOMS NEW
All modern In every detail; living and
dining room all oak finish, with built-in
bookcases; pantry with elaborate cup
boards; Icebox room; full basement with
noor drain; shades; electric fixtures and
screens; ail rurnished. This Is a real bar
ffain at 19 7 fin tr.flfl o..h A.
term? to suit. Others ask as much
$3,260. Located at 1616 Deer Park Blvd
vet us snow you mis week.
70$ Omaha Nat. Bk.
6 8 $6.
FIELD CLUB DISTRICT.
7 rooms; strictly modern,- nearly new
i.uni; ivuaiea on ,uin t. a living room.
dining room and kitchen on first floor,
iuur uoaroomi ana Dam on second. Fin
ished In oak throughout. Has built-in
fireplace, book cases; 1st 60x166, east
front on paved street. Owner wants to
sell immediately. See this and make us
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Qmaha Nat'l Bank Bldg, V. 1781.
WE HAVK BUYERS POR HOUKS
WORTH TH K MONEY IN ALL PARTI
V. IK Ui'il. L.IST VOUR PROHIblt-
ti with ui rK hk.sui.t9.
NEIL'S HKAI. KSTATbl INS. AOCy.,
""i"". ' "w'w n-n nrier 1014.
New bungalow, rooms, all on one floor:
atrlctly modorn; on very easy terms; close
in locaiea iziv no. stn Ave. Tel.- Red
FIVE NICE ROOMS, SOUTH FRONT.
1200 Down, 818 a Mo. Price. 11.700.
Has water, sewer, gas, electric light, toilet,
paved streets and paid for. Better get
OSBORNE, 701 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1474.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
LARGE 60-FOOT LOTS.
$100 TO 1176.
In city limits; one block to ear line; I
pavea street oy tne property.
ONK DOLLAR DOWN,
60 CENTS PER WEEK.
There are fifty of themt they will not I
last very long. Phone us for particulars.
DHULc.lt A CART.
Phone t. G074. S04 Keetlne Bldg.
OWNER must sell east front lot en Fon te
nsile Blvd., In Clairmont Will sell at
sacrl See prtoe If taken at one. Call
Douglas 17 88,
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AFTER looking at M1NNK lA'SA 300 dif
ferent buyers decided that It was the best
proposition on , lb market and they
backnd their Judgment by buying lots.
If YOU will come out trdty you will
understand why others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO..
Tyler Ut. I
742 Omaha Nat, Bank Bldg.
Beautiful Building Lots
We have a few choice lots left in Wa
verly Park, on Fantenelle ' Boulevard.
Phone Tyler 50 and ask for Mr. (losing.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN
1614 HARNEY ST.
A FINE place for chicken raising, garden
Ing or fruit trees and berry bushes: II
good lots; one block from car line and
close to school. Price, ?0; l dow;
and SOc per week on each lot. Box 7047,
Mflw. . ,.i I
REAL ESTATE Suburban
TART YOITR HOMfeJ IN BENSON!
BUT THIS LOT.
110.00 down and 110.00 per month; prce
200.00; also 60x128; located on Locust
St., between Clark and Bumham, not far
from school and car line, ueo H. Wright
nee oin. umini.
New 5-Room Cottage
With One Acre
Located within one block of Main street,
paved road and Benson Gardens Jitney
nne. use eiectric ngnin. band la level
and has the richest kind of soil. Would
make an Ideal place for raising chickens
have a garden and some (rult. Only 6c
carrare nowniown. win sen on payment
down of 9286 and the balance about the
same as rent. It ts ready to move Into
at once. Frtone Tyler 60. Office open
vvnings I (in .
HASTINGS & HEYDEN
' 1614 HARNEY ST.
v Beautiful 8-Room
All Modern Residence
For, Sale or For Rent
This house is on a large corner lot
on car line. The immense double
living room, clear across front of
house, is finished in oak and has a
large fireplace, built-in seats, book
cases, etc. The dining room also is
finished in oak and has south and
east windows, besides there is a
large and well arranged kitchen with
ice box room, pantry, etc.
On-the second floor, there are 3
large bed rooms,, the bath room,
with shower and a fine large sun
room or sleeping porch.
The (louse is heated by furnace,
located in big basement.
There! is a large porch with brftk
pillars at the front of the house and
a large porch at the rear. The
grounds are beautifully kept and at
tne rear ot the lot is a garage which
can be heated; this garage will hold
Be sure to see this.
Owner wants to sell or
will lease for a year.
For price and terms of
sale or for rental price call
E. P. WRIGHT,
, At Douglas 2926 between 8 A. M.
and 5:30 P. M. daily and in evenings
aiter :ou r. jh. call Walnut bey.
flETHAWAY has I, 4. 6, tn and m-aoM
impr. tract, lor city proparty. Flo, S3S.
KOUM ra.ld.noa. South Stdo. S1..0.;. ,10
...a. oaianc. i. par inoi'.tl. pout. silt.
Within eight of Omaha'a edce. 20oi1.
from station on main R. R. ; beautiful alte
lor nome. feeding, fruit of truck farming.
A bargaltf. For particulars eea
OEOROE O. WALLACE, 614 Keeling Bldg.
Only a taw traota left: ahaaont and
beat acreage property near th. cltv Prlp..
and terma very reasonable. C. R. COMBS,
118 Bramtela Theater Bldg. D. ItU.
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
I TRACKAGE Fine site on B. & SJ., 06x164;
can be bought at a bargain. C. A. Urlm
mel, 84$ Oro. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Phone D.
REAL ESTATE Investments
A GILT EDGE ,
Owner leaving for Florida and has
Instructed us to sell at sacrifice his two
handsome properties. AH modern, each
having eight rooms. Hardwood floors
throughout. Hot water heatlna. Com
bination gas and electric fixtures. Large
closets to esch bedroom. Annual rental.
$900 gross. A good, safe twelve per
cent (12 per cent) investment. To bB
sold, together, $7,600 for both. Apply
PARSON St SON,
B&8 Brandels Bldg.
Phone Douglas 7646. '
Two Double Brick Buildings
2913-2915 Dodge Street
Well-built double brick bulldinirs In a
good location. Hat 6 rooms on each side.
Strictly all modern in every way; first
class condition. Renting for $840 per
year. Owner has made the price $8,000
for quick sale on terms of about $4,000
cash. Look the bulldinss over' on tho
outside and If you are Interested, we .will
be pleased to show you through.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN
1614 HARNEY ST.
Bast of 24th, South Side, paved alley:
good 7-room modern brick residence; hot
water hoat; ground alone worth the price.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3M2. 919-20 City National.
A. P. TUKEY & SON.
Phone Doug. 602. 1607-8, W. O. W. Bldg.
FATHER TIMK has hlg hand on your shouN
tier. You need a aiuir, a savings account.
Ilttlo money well Invested. Home
Builders guarantees 7 per cent, cash divi
dends, payable Jan, 1st and July 1st. Tog
can begin any time with any amount. The
plan of InveHln.tJiit la simple.
HUMAi UU1LDEKH, Inc.,
17th and Douglas Sts.
Double brick Ht. Louis flat within roiu
blocks of ltith and iiarney: oloss in: bmr.
CALKINS A CO..
Douglas 1818. Cltv National Bank,
Keeling Bldg Doug
REAL ESTATE B'neaa Pr'ty
INCOME protertynear Ford plant
Owner. Harney asfit
Persistence la the Cardinal Virtue
REAL ESTATE WANTED
We have customers for lot of medium
price, around 91,000, I.lsi your lot with
V. SHOLF.S CO..
91S City Nat.
WANTEiv i. i and e-romed busa that
oan te sold for $100 easa, balance $16
per month, give complete description drat
W. FARNAM SMITH & Ctj
ll Karnsm 8t Tel. Doug. 164-
I HAVK several parlies wanting to ex
change Omaha property for acreage. Call
W. 8 FRANK.
Ifll Nvlll Bldg . Omaha. Neb.
Wo have buyers for your property.
INTKR-STATK REALTY CO..
OJt-30 City Nat. Bldg. Doug. $661.
FOR SALKS F. D.'Wead. 310 llttTst.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Real Estate, Lands. Etc
EIGHTY-ACRE FARM FOR CITY
Located 6 miles north of Blair. Neb.,
we have a fine $0-acre tract of land whirh
we ran exchange for a moderately priced
home. In the clly of Omaha.
If you are Interested In getting a good
piece of land, let us know what you have
HI ATT COMPANY,
4,mnI Nl. Bank. Tyler 60.
FORD car and rooming house to exchange ;
together tor lots or equity in house or lot.
Call Dg. after p. m. Bos 7080,
Ouob lot, desirable location, will take used
ITnria as l.urt navmanl tVak.ua AAi I
Hattuh specialist, sell or trade ranchesor
ciiy property k rranta. nTR urandeis Bid
CAN sell or oxchango anything you have to
orier. U. J. Canan, McCague Bldg.
TRADBS- TRA1ES TRADES.""
Farms. Cattle Ranches, New Apart
ments, Flats, etc. ABHOTT, 4 Patterson
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
Ve are ready at all times to
make loans on first-class city
property and eastern Nebras
ka farms. Rates on renuest.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
Hi houth 17th St.
PER CENT to tj per cent on best class city
residences In amounts $2,000 up. slso
larm loans, neaaonauie commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO.. 1622 Farnam St.
$1600 MORTGAGE, bearing 7 per cent semi
ann.; secured by property valued at $4200
Taimage-Looniis jbv. co., w. o. w. Bldg.
OMAHA homes. Kast Nebraska farma
UttfcWrHi KiUAL EST ATE LO.,
1016 Omaha Nat'l. Phone Douglas 2716
FAKM and city loans, &-6H and 6 per cent.
y. m. i nomas, Kwollne mag., voug. 1818.
UONUV HAKR1SON & MORTON
11 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bid.
MONEV to loan on Improved farina and
rancbee. we also buy good farm tnort
gage. Kloke Inv. Co., Omaha.
DON'T PAY IN INSTALLMENTS.
PAY IN !, I, 4 or S YEARS. BE8T PLAN
BHOPKN CO., KKiSLlNEj BLDQ.
"REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTtm
THOS. L. McQAKRY.
KEKLINE BLDG. TEL. RKD 4344.
MOD to $10,000 made promptly. F .O. Wead.
weaq mag., 18lb and Farnam Sta.
KSTATal loana, 0 per ci
D. E. BUCK & CO.,
91 Omaha Nat. ttank.
CITY and furm loans. 5, 6, 6 per osnL
j. M.uumont uo.. ib Keellne Bldg,
PKR CENT and 6 per cent money. Totand 1
Trumbull. 448 Bue Bldg. Douglas 6707.
V, T. GRAHAM.
v MONEY on hand for city
farm loans. H. W. Binder,
National Bonk Bldg.
Nar. Bank Bldg.
Stocks and Bonds.
KOR SALE or trade. 63,000 shares of Uncle I
Sum Ull Stock, at five cents oer share:
hotel, picture show, roadster, bungalow, or I
wnat nave your box 7122. Bes,
Abstracts of Title.
IT aw Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co..
XV.CIX r$ot 8, 17th St.. ground 'floor. I
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. (
REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract of-
flee In .Nebraska. 206 Branoeis Theater.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
160, 240 OR 480 acres good level wheat i
land In northeastern Colorado, close to !
the Nebraska line, within 2 miles of rail
road; town. In a good location. Will sell
on very easy tnrnu, or take in trade some
Omaha properly or eastern Nebraska or
western lowa land. Price fl-'O per acre,
u. f . Hoyden, 1B14 Harney St.. lid floor.
i-none Tyler ow.
PALM BEACH COUNTY.
The banner crop lands of Florida. Ten
million dollars suent on drainage canals
and Improvements, Best and safest landa
in tho union for truck growing or citrus
fruit groves. 366 growing days a yean no
winter here, all sunshine. For prices and
terms pnone or write
A. PARSONS A SON.
Phone Doug. 7846. 062 Brandels Bldg.
240-ACRE FARM, 46 MILES FROM
Minneapolis; 3 miles from two good rail
road towns; good sot of buildings, consist
ing of 7-room house, large Darn, granary,
corn cribs, machine shed, windmill, etc.
leo acres unaar cultivation; can prautl-
cally all be cultivated; no waats land:
excellent corn land; 10 head of cattle,
consisting of 18 cows, balance one and
two-year-oias, a norses, nogs, chickens
and complete set or machinery every-
thing on the place including one-third
of this year's crop, goes at 160 per acre:
$6,000 cash, all the time wanted on bal
ance. 0 per cent interest. Schwab Bros.,
loss riymoutn mag., Minneapolis, Minn.
SMALL MISSOURI FARM $10 cash and $6
monthly: no interest or taxos; highly nro-
ductive'land; close to 8 big markets. Writs
for photographs ana full Information.
Munger, A-110, N. Y. Life Bldg., Kansas
OREAT BARGAINS IE down, l monthly,
buys 40 acres good fruit and poultry land,
near town, southern Missouri. Price only
2Q), Address vox bob, uxceisior springs,
FIRST-CLASS farm lands In Montana for
settlers or investors in any size tracts,
most liberal payments.
J. D. BRYAN,
Or. 6th Ave. and Pearl Ht., Co. Bluffs, la.
VALUABLE 160-ACRE FARM IN
Merrick County, Neb., Owned by a
N D.a... ia;:ii k. cij .
on-Resident will be Sold at
Saturday, Oct. 21st, at 2 P. M
Hale takes place on the farm, 7 miles
straight wwit of Central City and 8 miles
due south or Archer, Neb.
Farm Is all in cultivation, good soil;
rents for two-fifths of grain.
Will be sold on reasonable terms. AH
out-of-town buyers are r(Uostd to meet
James L. Dowd ut the Hotel Hays, Cen
tral .City, Neb., Saturday noon, Hpt. 21st.
uinner win oe lurnisusa ana
free transportation to the farm.
This Is a good farm and will likely go I
at a sacrifice. Be sure and come.
For further information address Dowd ,
Auction Co,., Omaha, Neb.
J AM KB L. DOWD. AUCTIONEER.
WHY PAY$iM PER ACRE?
When you can buy Just as good land, bet
ter located, better Improved, In a country I
with a mild and healthful climate, close to I
Kansas City, the best market west of Chi
cago. All slxed farms, at from $26 to $80
per acre, and on good terms. Write today
for state map, literature and list. B. a.
Walt, Blue Mound, KaiT.
A OOOD farm for sale In Antelope Co., I
miles west of Nelljrh; 4 miles east of I
Clearwater, Nab,; good Improvements; H40
acres. HO acres broke, rest In pasture and
hayiand ; mile to school ; $70 per
acre; 84,600 encumbrance; reat caeh. Ad
dress owner, Hox M, Fort Calhoun, Neb.
CHOICE Indian farms for sals.) Write' 6.
W. Ilolin.a Han tee. Neb.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
t.ti(f ai:r .neat Wood iaKe, cuts 40 ions
hay; running water; fair buildings:
fanoed; tbls It In th big hay country
and ibis ranch Is priced to sell, $U.6o per
160 AND ho-Ai'HK .tontisun vuuniy. Smb
farm; well Improved. A bargain In Ira
prjtid &o in Sarpy county
it a nth
FOR SALE F.r lit per sere, cash, my im
proved 300 acres adjoining Ericson, Neb
W A Olive. Indlanola la
FINK quarter valley land, Chnyenne Co..
Nebraska; good soil. W, 8. Ripley, 8704
California St.. Omaha.
FOR Nfbiaaka and Iowa farms, state what
you want, we havn It W T. Smith Co..
914 City NM Bunk Rlriir . Omaha
SALE OR FX OH A NO K 40 acres rich, level
isno in ine mo orande valley. South
Texas. Some Imnrnvtmonri AH i ..iti.
"Vation and under Irrigation. Two crone of
corn each sen Hon, average 76 bu. Alfalfa
cut about eight times a year. All kinds of
truck grown during the winter months,
and in the heart of lha best ettrus fruit
lands on the main line R. R. Two miles
from a good town of 1,600 people, with
a fine graded school roailnr tlfi ftflrt i-ni
In achooi district, and only $100 per acre
Oan you beat tt T J, M Lemons, Coaldale,
tPPtR WlsctiNSlw beit dairy sniTgenT
ci -np iM in tea anion. Set iters
wanted: lands for sale, at low prices
easy terms; sxcallent land for slock
raising. Ask for booklet $6 on Wlsoousin
Central Land Grant; stata acres wasted.
If in urea red la fruit lands, ask fur book
let on Apple Orchards. Address Land Cera
rolssloner Soo Ritlwy. UtnniMpolls. Ulna.
Horses Live Stock-Vf hirUa
FOR SALE Black
FINE family horse and buggy. 281$ N. 30th.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
JUST received, new anlpment of brltht rej
Japanese Ooldrtsh. Bpeclal, prlea, tbo eaaa.
Mai Oeisl.r Bird Co.
DMA(ltlD WHKAT if a'hundfed. A. W.
wanner. N. urh.
Pedlireed Anaora kitten.;
I KINK Knrlleh bull pup for .ale. 1661 Cum-
inr. tiaruey 3018.
Who's setting the pace nowT
In the first nine months of 1616
THE BEK gained 4J.906 Paid Ads.
KaCKEDING the COMBINED GAIN of.
the other two Omaha Dansra for aamJ
period by more than
20,000 PAID ADS.
Good Results. Uood Rates. Oood Service.
1916 OVERLAND TOURING. ..$450
91S OVERLAND TOURING... 350
mj BUllK. 1UUK1NG .... J00
1914 FORD-TOURING 200
42047 Farnam St. Doug. 3290.
Drive cars to 2047 Farnam mt ' a.b e.
Mr. Farrar. Fords wsnted In exchange for
v.ciwuui anu ir(or cars.
Bring in Your Ford
We Will Take It in on
A New Maxwell
C. W. Francis Auto Co.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
IlOt Farnam Mt. Douglas J3IU.
1010 Chalmers Roadster,
11 Paige Touring. ' v
1018 Dodge Touring.
1010 Moon Touring.
Firs, Theft and Liability at lowest rates.
Bldg. 'oitg. iitt.
13-14 City Nat. Bk.
FOR SALE Oakland touring car. ,ln good
cunaiuon; electrically equipped, $300,
Ueorge W, Cappers. Kearney. Neb., State
OUR REPAIR WORK WILL BATITtoiT
a.iv m Din n.iib x ,
Mlt Harney St, Doug. IB 40.
CRO88TOWN OARAGE. 3l6 P "MthSt
Doug. 444S. Ws buy OLD CARS. Parts
ior nup v, uigsmooue, unevroiet, Apper
WE will trad you a new Pord tor your aid
INDUSTRIAL OARAOE CO..
80th and Harny. Doug. 1161
AUTO for sale. 2-pans.
running order, $160.
CORD tires lor Fords. 80x8, $8.86; 39x8tt,
111.45. Zwlebel Bros. D. 4171. 8618
&-PA8SENUER louring car, electric lights
ana starter; splendid condition; $360.
Phone Miller, Doug. 1707,
Auto Livery and Garagei.
EXPERT auto repairing, "service car al
ways reauy.-' umaha Oarage, 2010 Harney
oi. lyier odb,
Automobiles for Hire.
FORD for rent. You may drive it 1 oharge
by mile. Doug. 3682. Evening. D. 8676.
Auto Tirci ana Supplies.
DON'T throw away old tires. We maka one
.new tire from 3 c.d - ns and save you 60
per oent. 8 In 1 uloanlslng Co.. 1611 Dev.
en port St.. Omaha. Nb. Douglas 8: 14.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
STROM BERO SERVICE STATION.
OEOROE W. WILLIAMS, 160$ Jackson It.
Carburetors my specialty. Red 4143.
$100 reward for magneto ws can't repair.
Coils repaired. Baysdorfer. 310 N. 1ltb.
NEB. Auto Radiator
Repair Service at. J
lltb St D. 7801.
prices right. 811 8
Motorcycles and Bicycies
Harley - davidbon motorcycles. Bar
gains In used machines. Victor Roos, "Th.
aintarf-vnia w.n " etds tv.hWnnh
FOR BALK Harley-Davldaon motorcycle.
good condition, new paint, $00, Apply
Janitor, Ekard Court Apt,, $17 8. 81st.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Joseph Kopecky and wife to Jacob
Slegl and wife, V street, 860 feet
west of Thirty-tilth street, south
side. 60x120 1 82.400
Homestead company to Anton Janak,
Jackson street, South Omaha, 800
feet west of Thirty-fifth street.
south Side, 40x134-.' 826
Homestead company to Anton Janak,
Jackson street. South Omaha, 160
feet west of Thirty-fifth street,
south side. 40x134 226
Caroline L. Poppleton, trustee, to Ire-
naoua Shuler et al., Cass street, 340
fset west of Forty-fourth street,
south sides 40x188 1
Caroline L. Poppleton, truste, to Ire-
naeus Shuler st si., Cass street. 260
feet west of Forty-fourth street.
south side, 40x128 I
Caroline L. Poppleton, trustee, to Ire-
naeus Shuler et al., Cass street, 820
feet west 'of Forty-fourth street.
south si do, Irregular, approximately
Harry Fischer and wife to ICdward E.
Lee st al.. urowne street, .100 feet
east of Twenty-sixth street, south
sld., 60x122. 43 j 1
Belle Lynn and husband to Diuglao
GREATEST REAL ESTATE
.$250 to $500 Sacrifice
Five, six and seven-room bungalows with
the very latest built-in features, including book
case, buffets, sun rooms, fire places, French
doors between various rooms; also breakfast
rooms and sleeping porches. Full cemented base
ments with floor drains and coal bins; guaran
teed furnaces. These bungalows are located in ,
the choicest districts, near car, school, churches, "
stores and parks. Built strictly by day labor.
Prices ranging from $3,200 to $5,500. Ask your
self this question ; Why not buy a home ar)d save ,
rent bills? ' , '
We also have three elegant apartment house f
sites cheap. We are closing out some choice resi
dent lots at reduced prices. We will be glad to
show you these at any time. Phone for appoint-' '
ment. ' , , -
Scott & Hill Company
Ground Floor McCague Bldg. Douglas 1009. '
After 6 p. m. call Colfax 1886 or Harney 6563.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
County Consumers' leaitue. S atreet.
foot euat of Thirty-eighth street,
north side, 60x1 86 t
Charles Baker and wife to Douglas
County Consumers' league, ftpen
cer atreet. lf0 feel east of Thirty
seventh street, south side, 40x00.... 1
P. J. Flynn and wife to nn Reln
srhrelbnr. Twenty-ninth street, 160
feet north of Leavenworth, west side,
Nicholas B. Snyder and wife to Han
nah Hammer, Firestone boulevard,
117 feet north of Fort street, west
side. 60x136 1,160
Lena B. Cole and husband to Mary H.,
Bumner, Thirty-fifth street, 70 feet
south of Dodge- street, west side,
Fred W. Kioll and wife to Mat.
thou Budny et si,, Twenty-fifth
street, 100 feet south of Caste la r,
west side, 47.6x168 8,000
Mary K. Sumner to Lena B. Cole, Thirty-sixth
street, 1S4 feet south of
Davenport street, east, 66x128 1
O. C. Redlck and wife to Emma Pease,
Parker street, 96 feet west of Twen
ty-nlnth street, south side, 70s
Frank Brantsel and wife to Jessie B.
Turner, Fifteenth street, J20 feet
north of Ames avenue, east side,
Harlan A. tioott and wife to Michael
Btmar et a)., Eleventh street, 186 ;
feet north of Dorcas street, west
Nora O. Stewart and husband to
Rasp Bros,, southeast corner Forty
fifth and Blnney streets, 01x181.... i
Barker company to Delbert M. Sloan,
Lafayette avenue, 16 feet eaat of
Thirty-third street, 47.6x180 1
Nellie Holmes to Clvtra A. Hoyden,
northeast corner Twenty-second and
Iarimore streets, 60x188 1.800
Agatha H. Homan and hueband to Er-
neat O. Bugh, Fourteenth street, 81
feet south of Pacific street, east
side, 61xU0 600
W. H. Evans and wife to Harold W.
Oraham, Twenty-fifth street, 200 '
feet south of Spragus atreet, west
UNCLE SAM STUDIES
OMAHA WATER PIPES
Government Bureau of Stand
ards Sends 'Man to Probe
Cause of Electrolysis,
VAGRANT "JUICE" JUMPS
E. R. Shepard of the government
bureau of standards, Washington, D.
G, will be in Omaha for about a
month, making a survey of local con
ditions with respect to the effect of
electrolysis in water pipes.
The Water board and public ser
vice companies are sharing the ex
pense of this investigation. For years,
leaks in water pipes have been traced
to the action of vagrant electricity
jumping from street car track rails
to water pipes and back from the
pipes to rails in vicinity of the power
house. The damage is done at points
where the current leaves the pipes to
get back to the raits and thence into
the power house.
As the city grows this problem be
comes more serious. It was believed
that the findings of the government
expert, who is now on the ground,
will oner some practical method of
dealing with the situation.
Mr. Shepard is working in tenrpor''
ary quarters fitted for him in the base
ment of the Nebraska Telephone corn
Has Not Been Located
What has happened to C. O. Chap
man, traveling salesman and Omahan,
who disappeared June 13 in his tour
ing car? Both he and his machine
have vanished as completely as
though the earth opened and swal-l
Police of several states have hunted
him. Detectives loafed about his
former haunts with the hope of see
ing him. Business houses with whom
he used to deal were carefully
watched. Garages throughout the
country were scoured in search for
the vanished car. Hotel clerks got so
many descriptions of the missing man
that they couldn't forget him. Scout
ing parties went up hills and down
valleys. But all was futile. Not a
trace of him, dead or alive, was
Another Live Stock
Record is Smashed
Another record for the Omaha live
stock market was established when
yesterday's cattle receipts brought the
total for the last four days up to 52,
275 head, the largest on record for
any similar period and greater by
16.000 than for the same period a
Another record was established
Wednesday when shipments to the
country amounted to 416 cars of
feeders. The heaviest shipment previ
ous was on October 13, 1915. when
378 cars were sent to the country.
WOMAN WINS THE
C. H. King W1U Pay Former
Five Dollars a Month.
ALSO $2,000 IMMEDIATELY
. The aftermath and closing chapter
of the Gardner-King divorce suit and .
legal battlea is recorded with the fil
ing of a stipulation by Charles H.
King of Lot Angeles, president of
the Omaha ' Wool and Storage com- '
pany and a former Omahan, in which
he agrees to pay $25 a month toward
the support of Leslie King., jr., his,
The sum Is to be paid to Mrs.
Dorothy Gardner King of Chicago,
divorced wife of Leslie L. King, until
July 14, 1934, when, young King wilj
be 21 years old. The child is 3 years
old at the present time1. . v
According to the stipulation Mr.
King is to settle immediately a judg
ment of $2,000 obtained by his former
daughter-in-law when she sued him
for the amount for household .roods
alleged to have been turned ovet t&
him by his son. It is agreed that the
lurmcr umiu.n is to dismiss me ap
peal to the state supreme court
which was made when Mrs. Doroiuy
Gardner King obtained the'judgn.cir.
The latter also waives the payinci.i
of $725 unpaid maintenance for tut
child. , '
The Kings were married in 191
and during the summer of the tol
jowing year the husband brought ar
injunction suit against his mothcr-di-law,
iMrs. Levi P, Gardner of Chi
cago, seeking to .restrain her from
remaining at his home'. ,v .
Later Leslie L. King filed suit fur
divorce, but his wife filed a cross
petition and obtained a decree, al
leging among other things that her
husband struck her while they were
in a berth on a train during 'their .
honeymoon trip to the Pacific coast.
Modern Version of;
"The Star-Spangied ,
Banner to Bp-Siing '
For the first time since its organi
zation the Mendelssohn choir will
ant hold a Monday 'night rehearsal
next Monday night. - '
For seven years - every scheduled
Monday night rehearsal was held. It
was a closed rule that could not be
broken. But next Monday night the
Ellis Opera, company sings "Carmen"
in Omaha and the closed rule prompt
ly went by the boards. ;
Thomas J. Kellv. director of the
choir, made the announcement of the
cancelled rehearsal and called a soe- i
cial rehearsal of the women members
of the organization for 4 o'clock Sun
Flans for the annual spring concert
of the Mendelssohn choir are now '
being evolved by the management,
which is in communication with two
of the1 country's famous symphony
orchestras for the event. The con
cert will be held either in February
This year it will be arranged to
have the orchestra accompany the
choir on several numbers, including
the Hallelujah chorus from Handel's r
Messiah. The choir will also sing
the famous motet by Gounod entitled
"By Babylon'j Waves" and will eive i
the modern version of the "Star Span
gled Banner" as accepted by the Na
tional Educational ' association alter
its introduction at Chicago by Thoni",
as J. Kelly.
Man is Found Dead,
May Have Frozen
Joe Herink was found dead on t'e
floor of a second-story room at 502i
South Twenty-fifth street, South Side
at 11:30 yesterday morning. y
Considerable mystery iurrouluto
the case, as first investigations failed
to reveal any cause of the death. A
window was wide open, which led to
the suggestion that he might have
frozen to death. v ":
Herink has only been in' the South
Side about two or three weeks, dur
ing which time. he was not employed.
He retired early Wednesday evening
and it is believed he probably -fell
out of his bed onto the floor, where
his lifeless body was found. He was
about 50 years of age. .
Haw to Cur. t'alda.
Avoid exposure and draft. Eat rlcnf
Tak. Dr. Klna'a Naw Pl.oov.ry. It kllla
and destroys th cold farm: All drug.
Powered by Open ONI