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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: OCTOBER 22, 1916,
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
' PALM BEACH COUNTY
" SAFETY FIRST ; . ,v.;
v The man who -coined the slopan, "SAFETY FIRST," was a
fenius, so was the late H. M. FLAGLER, pioneer of the FLORIDA
AST COAST RAILROAD. After the terrible freeze in Florida in
1896 he sent his associate, MR. J. E. INGRAHAM, on a toar south
from ST. AUGUSTINE to find, if possible, a part of FLORIDA
'unaffected by the freeze, as the rest of the state was then as bar
ren as Vermont in February. Mr. Ingraham found PALM BEACH
COUNTY screen, luxuriant and beautiful. Citrus fruit trees were
not injured, even the fruit was uninjured. Since that time FLAG
LER and his associates have poured millions into the "SAFETY
FIRST" county of FLORIDA. Be a wise old owl and follow SUC
CESS for SAFETY.
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LAKE OKEECHOBEE that used to overflow and flood the
land is now under control. We have one of the finest systems of
canals and drainage in the world, pood roads, the finest climate
on the American continent, 366 growing days each year. These
are safety points for you, Mr. Fanner, Mr. Large or Small Investor,
to know, to place your spare money into properties where the
shrewdest men in the union have invested theirs. We will sell you
a truck farm, developed citrus fruit groves, colonization tracts
or cattle ranches. We will sell you a mansion or a bungalow.
Terms to satisfy the rich man or the man of moderate means.
CALL, WRITE OR PHONE for particulars and literature.
PARSON & SON
Agents, Palm Beach Farms Co.
' .vs Phone Douglas 7846. ' '
Special excursions first and third Tuesday in each month.
Bates furnished on application.
SUMMER RESORT IN PARK REGION OF
MINNESOTA FOR SALfiJ.
more than ones. Then t busy; Its the
. opportunity of a lifetime.
For good reasons the owners of one of
the finest summer resorts In the northern"
woods hag decided to place his property
on the market. This Is -not one of the
conventional summer resortsIt's vastly
different from the ordinary run of them.
Main dining room and cabins are of logs.
The location is an Island of .24 acres in
one of Minnesota's grandest deep-water
lakes. The boating and bathing are un
excelled; -there are bass grounds where
this gamsy fish Is caught in abundance,
together with pike, trout, erapples and
other varieties; the hunting in season Is
' great. Neai by the Mississippi has Its
source In Itasca State park, and about all
there Is a scenic grandeur that - fascinates
the eye, and furnishes a constant source
of delight Here one may Idle avay a
' summer In Idealistic simplicity, with' every,
appealing, sport at the command . of
visitors. The owner wants to- sell it, but
would take land In North Dakota or Mon
tana as part payment, Some one who
ouM buy J end convert it tntn a niuh prop
erty for a company of wealthy sportsmen
would make a tenetrlke.
For full particulars address .
J. 0. CHRYSLER ft SON, ,
Lake Park, la. -
1 HOW TO GET TO WEIR CREST FREE STREET CAR SERVICE
Arrangements have been made for free' car service for everybody to and from the sale. , See printed schedule below,
showing at what time the special free cars will leave. Come out to Weir Crest at whatever time suits you best. Watch for
free cars along the line. . - . ' , . ' - - ,
Leaves 16th and Capitol Ave. 5
16th and Cap. Ave.,
; Omaha r .
9;30 A. M.
11:30 A. M.
1 :30 P. M.
ht . .i. ,., .on
il IXliy U Lilt; I VaiO lUll V.V Mivut uu.. uxcwtu, vv " v r o 3 - or
CREST." If you miss the special free car, get on any regular car going to 66th and.Q Street . ,
OLD WEIR ESTATE
To Be Placed on the Market
! ' ." - .'- '
This great tract of ground has been owned by the Weir family for over thirty-four years. They have finally
decided to give you an opportunity to secure a part of this excellent garden soil. The ground is rolling. You will be
able to get just what you want an East slope, a South slope, a West slope, a North slope, a high location, or the
wonderful soil in the valleys. ' '
THE rLAN Or IS ALE ;
This land has been platted into 44 LARGE BLOCKS. Each block has been platted into lots. ' . , ;
OVER 1,900 LOTS TO SELECT FROM
, THE REASON FOR PLATTING INTO LOTS
1 We want to sell you exactly tlie amount of ground necessary to suit your plans. You know how much ground
you need, whether it be for truck gardening, chicken raising, keeping pigs and a cow, or a small tract of ground on
which you may build a home, where you are not required to pay rent. In later years this plan will make it easy for
you to make conveyances when selling part of your ground.
PRICES-Look atThese Prices-$20 to $96
ONLY THIRTY-THREE SLIGHTLY HIGHER AND A F ew LOTS AS LOW AS $10.
TERMS OF SALE
The lots will be sold on terms of $1 down and 60c a week. Contracts delivered on the ground. Remember that while you
are only required to pay 50c a week, you can pay as much more as you like. .
SALE OPENS TODAY
And continues until all lots are sold. Salesmen will meet you at the car line. Get off at 56th and Q streets, the Southeast
corner of the addition. n ; .
PHONE SOUTH 2447 AND HAVE OUR AUTOMOBILES TAKE YOU TO THE ADDITION. COME TODAY. WE SELL
DAY AND NIGHT ON THE GROUND. IF YOU CAN'T COME TODAY, COME TOMORROW.
II. H. HARPER & CO.
SALES AGENTS "
1013-1014 CITY NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE
assist, at the northwest corner of 18th
and Jones. This Is only one-half block
. from the Castle hotel and four blocks
from lth and Harney. Both streets and;
the alley are paved and the tax paid.
Trackage can be had both In alley and on
street. We are able to offer this property
at the remarkably low price of 127,500.
There Is not another trackage bargain like
this in the elty. Act quickly.
Tyler 1536. Rose Bldg.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
CALIFORNIA Improved farms for sale.
Easy payments, writ for list. E. R.
Waite, Shawnee, Okl.
GOVERNMENT homestead In Idaho. SI
months' residence seeures SS0 acrea; lo
cations, $100; elroulars free. Homestead
Bureau, Mountain Home, Idaho.
Times Each Day During Sale.
16th and Cap. Ave.,
, Omaha -
. ' 10:00 A.M."
Vioan noma troVa hut nrni fnr
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
100, Ub OR 480 icrei, food, level wheat
land In northeastern Colorado, cloao to
tht Nebraska lino, within I rollM of rati
road town, In a food location. Will Mil
on very eeey ttrmt, or take In tradt some
Omaha property or eastern Nebraska or
western Iowa land. Pries 10 par acre.
E. T. Hey den, 1014 Harney St., Id floor.
Phone Tyler 50.
CHOICE IOWA FARM.
11 acres, 1 i miles east of Council
Bluffs, la,, on White Pole road. About
SO acres hls-h, roMInf 40 acres of bot
tom. No overflow. M acres fine pas
ture. Houee )4tS0, cellar 10x14, fran
ary tOxtO, double corn crib, ahlnfla barn
0x00. Apply to
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
Pony, WO. 1O10 Omaha Nat. Bank Bids.
h1rtt-thbeb x x
GOOD seven -room modern houee. hall, liv
ing; room, library and dining room, all
finlahad In ttak; a nice arrangement,
kitchen and large basement bricked up
and cement floor, furnace heat, three
sleeping rooma and bath on 3d floor,
houae was well built and good aa new,
south front lot 80x134, with paved street,
good neighborhood, convenient to two car
lines and boulevard. Owner paid $4,000
all cash for this place year ago and for
certain reasons wants to sell and Is will
ing to lose some. If you want somehting
like this better see me soon.
W. H. GATES,
647 Omaha Nat Bank Bids.
, D. 1394, Web. J0SI.
80-AC RE IOWA FAR iM Three miles from
Hamburg, la. Rich, level land; small
house, stable, oorncrtb and orchard; close
to school; on well-kept main road; good
neighbors. Only $100 per acre. Posses
sion next spring. Land a little foul, but
food, rich soil.
HARRISON ft MORTON.
' US Omaha National Bank Bldg. .
K0 ACRES mile from good Iowa town, SO
miles from Omaha, all good and In wheat
and alfalfa; price, 1126 per acre; mtg.,
13,500. Will take Omaha property In ex
change for part.
TO LAND A T RUM BALL, 440 Bee Bldg.
I40-ACRE FARM, 46 MILES FROM
Minneapolis; I miles from two good rail
road towns; good set of buildings, consist
Ing of T-room house, large barn, granary,
corn cribs, machine shed, windmill, etc
160 acres under cultivation: can practi
cally all be cultivated; no waste land:
excellent corn land; 10 head of cattle,
consisting of 12 cows, balance one and
two-year-olds, I horses, hogs, chickens
and complete set of machinery every
thing on the place Including one-third
of this year's crop, goes at 160 per aore;
f6,000 cash, all the time wanted on bal
ance, 6 per cent Interest. Schwab Bros.,
1021 Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
WILD and Improved farms In bestfiinne
sou dairy district, C. Nlmerfrob Milaoa,
THREE ranch snaps In Montana that must
go quick; , 1,434 acres Custer Co,, 15 per
aore; 20 acres Rosebud Co., partly Irri
gated, fll per acre; 16,060 acres Big Horn
Co., solid body. Improved, 75 per cent til
lable, 113 per acre. Jno. A. Martin,
Aberdeen, S. D.
FIRST-CLASS farm lands In Montana for
settlers or Investors In any else tracts, on
most liberal payments.
J. D. BRYAN,
Cor. Sth Ave. and Pearl St.. Co. Bluffs. Ia,
Leaves 24th and N Sts. 5 Times
24th and N Street,
, South Omaha
6:20 P. M.
tVio anen'al rar heni-inff lnrcrn
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
FOR SALE 310 -aore wheat ranch, good
buildings, good well and fences; all cul
tivated land; price 135 pr acre. For par
ticulars address K. U, Fernsworth, Dillon,
TO THE FARMER AND STOCKMAN:
Do you want land that wilt produce
two crops a year ana more corn 10 cne
acre than Illinois, worth more a bushel;
hogs a sure shot also worth more; land
a fifth to a tenth the price of good land
In Illinois T West coast of Mexico; Ideal
climate, plenty rainfall, cheap labor, no
frost, no big storms. We have been there
for years and know the country like a
book. We can deliver large or small
tracts, farming or graalng land, at lowest
prices. Now is the time to buy land In
Mexico. We guarantee title of land sold
by us. Full particulars. Amos !. Yaeger,
uuymas, sonore. uexioo, or una, v
O'Brien, IU U a re h-Strong Bids.. Los An
SMALL MISSOURI F ARMI 16 eash and St
mnnthiv: no Interest or taxes; highly pro
ductive land; close to I big markets. Write
for photographs and full Information.
Monger, A-111. N. Y. Life Bldg., Kansas
QREAT BARGAINS $5 down, U monthly,
buve 40 acres rood' fruit and poultry land,
near town, southern Missouri. Price only
200. Address BOX 1QS, uxceisior springs,
1360 ACRES finest level prairie land near
Sedatla, Mo divided into farms to suit;
bargain. La Fore, 725 Manchester, St.
Louis, Mo. (Owner). 1
FARM For sale. HO acres; $16 per aore;
house, barn, orchard and spring ( easy
terms. J. B. cnrmiieon. waynesv.i.s, wo.
- Nebraska Lands.
1,666 acres .near Wood lake; cuts 409 tons
hay; running water; fair buildings;
fenced; this is In the big hay eouotr
and this ranch Is priced to sell; 112.69 per
Keen no Building
forty (640) acres of state school land In
LiOUp county. wnw owner, naii "
Ludwlck, 402 Qanter Bldg., Lincoln. Neb.
Ann "Ik onuu ww . -
from town of 2.600; two railroads;, well
improved, WV aWU, "WW awa. www
169 AND 20-ACRB Johnson county, wen,,
farms; well Improved. bargala la tea
prjvcd 10 In Sarpy county.
2i6 a. ma.
FOR SALE For 111 per acre, cash, my lm
proved 290 acres adjoining Bricsoa, Nob.
w. A. uuve, inaianoia is
FOR Nebraska and Iowa farms, state what
you want, we nave u. . . biuiih ww,
914 City Nat Bank Bids.. Omaha
FOR SALE $16 cash will buy my Improved
Xw acres enjoining mnstsuii, inv. , ,-
Olive, inaianoia,' iowa
CAN sell or exchange any lands you have to
oner. u. J. uanan, aii-v nu" mu.
North Dakota Lands.
FARMS for sale or exchange In the Red
niMv allV! nrieea ranalns from $26 to
, $86 per acre, near good towns; best lands
In the woria ana rapmiy mcrwuni iu
price. Write or call on Morgan ft Schul
ttaete, Grand Forks. N. P.
TWENTY ACRES OF LAND Unincum
bered, located In the famous John Day
district, near the Columbia river In Ore
gon. Title perfect; value $60 per acre;
will sell or exchange for clear Omaha lot,
or what have you. Box 7178, Bee.
Each Day During the Sale.
24th and N Street,
bflnnprs savin IT. "TO WETR
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
IMPROVED rolling- pralrU iarmn near Illi
nois Central, 110 tor nd upward; more
corn per acre, bettr prices than Ne
braaka, O. P. Stebblna.
IV YOU are thinking of a horn In the
Texas gulf coaat country, aend for book
let, "Aigoa Ioe Mean Opportunity."
Henry Mackay, Algoa, Tex.
110 A. aaatern Tex., adjoining town; early
vegetables and fruit district; 1& acre.
Oreat bargain. O. P. Stebblna, 1610 Chi.
made in wood products. Follow
ing prices per cord now prevailing
f. o. b. cars: Hard Maple, $4.00;
Kilnwood, $2.50; Balsam Pulpwood,
$4.50; Hemlock, $4.00; Spruce, $8.00.
We are owner of good farms close to
railroad towns. Good shipping facilities.
We have Improved farms In TAYLOR,
Lincoln, Lanfllade. Price and Marathon
'counties. Price, 11,000 up, 10 years to
pay. Interest rate, 0 pet Railroad fare
refunded to buyers. Thai are REAL
FARMS, with clearing, buildings, well,
Wo sell horses, wagons, ctn., to farmers
on liberal terms. Wa sometimes take In
desirable property In part payment, taking
a mortgage back for the balance.
We also own good soli, well located,
unimproved lud. THIS IB A REGION
WHERE! WORK WINS. Abundant rain
fall. Clmy soil. , Immense crops of tim
othy, clover, rye, oats, barley, buckwheat,
potatoes, etc Many creeks and streams.
Pure, delicious water. A natural dairy
country, .A cow makes from M0 to 190
BE FROM MISSOURI. Sea for your
Stf. Our references this paper, any
bank In Wisconsin and a host of satisfied
customers. WRITS TODAY for FRBB
lists and literature.
Realty Company (Not Inc.),
Address all correspondence to
84J Marquette Building,
Agent wanted in every town
UPPSR WUOONI1M Bmi dalr? ,Dd
ml OTop .tat. In th anion, ttlrt
winM; land, for Ml. at low prions oa
Mar torau: oao.ll.nt lanaa for otooh
rauina. oak for oookl.t It on Wlaooiiala
Cntral Lanf Qranlt otato norm natot
If InUrotM In fruit lanoa, aak for bMk
lot oo Appl Oreharda Addroaa Land Oom
anlaalon.r Boo Railway, MtnnMpolla. Iltna.
FOR SALE 110 acra hardwood timber land
In Bawy.r Co., Wla., nar railroad; aood
oil; If aold thla tall, tao p.r aor.. Writ,
owner, H. A. Nolaon, Haywartf, Wla.
SEND your name today. Rooetve offera
from land ownera. apenta, ev.rywh.ra
UNITED REALTY ASSOCIATES,
FARM LAND WANTED
FARMS WANTED Have 7,000 buyers; de
scribe your unsold property. 110 Farmers'
Exchange, Denver, Colo.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
JUST received, new shipment of bright red
Japanese Goldfish. Special, price, !6o each.
Max Oelsler Bird Co. .
3-YWAR-Or.IJ Alrdale dog, registered prlss
winner Chicago Dog show, house-broke,
for sale reasonable. Call South J1J.
DAMAOtiO WHEAT $1.26 a hundred. A. W.
Wanner, N01 N. llth
R. I. HENS, 76o and $1. 1137 Franklin
Phone Webster 683t.
; SOMETHING NEW,
50 PER CENT SAVING TO YOU
We mean by "I In 1' tires that for
each pair of old tires you send us, we
manufacture for you a tire not duplicated
on the market. Through our secret process
of selecting, tearing down, rebuilding and
steam vulcanising together, we have added
from onethlrd to one-half more material
and strength than your tire originally had.
The TREAD will be much HEAVIER,
' riving great resistance against puncture;
the side walls much thicker, eliminating
rim cuts and blowouts, practically getting
away from these dreaded defects you
luxvs experienced In tires In ths -past.
Bend us your discard tires and have
them made Into miles of continued serv
ice at one-half saving to you.
- We have on hand now a good line of
steond-hand tires and tubes, at nrlces less
than half. It will be well worth your
time to give a call before you buy your
tires for winter. Below Is a partial list
of our "i In 1" tires;
Price Pries Pries
With With ' With
'.., - Two Old One No
81se. Tires. Tire. . Tires.
10x1'.,..;... $6.10 $1.00 $0,60
$0x1 A 0.60 7.10 :. 7.S2
83x8 7.60 1.83 I 18
13x4 1.60 : 0.64 : , 10.60
88x4 1.26 10.10 H.13
14x4 0.60 10.70 ll.no
!6x4H 11.16 11.68 18.91
86x4 11.60 11.04 14.68
17x4H 18.00 11.64 16.08
17x6 ....V.. 14.80 16.06 17.71
7 IN r VULCANIZING CO.,
1610-11 Davenport St, Douglas 1114.
CROSSTOWN GARAGE, i6 & 24th St.
Doug. 4441. We buy OLD CARS. Parts
(or Hup 10, Oldsmoblls, Chevrolet, Appsr
aon. WD will trade yon new Ford lor root old
INDUSTRIAL OARAOB CO
10th and Harney. Doug. 6161.
tT-PAHSENGER .touring car, ele'ctrio llffhts
and starter; splendid condition; $360.
Phone Miller, Douglas 1707.
AUTO, for sale. 8-pass. roadster, 1st class
running order, $160. 4010 No. 34th St.
CORD tires for Fords, 80x1, $8.66; 10x1.
111.06. Zwlebel Bros. D. 4878. 1618
Fa mam Bt.
MITCHELL truck for sale. 600 B. 20th St.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Mary E. M. Semld and husband to
Joe H. Klrchner, southwest corner
Brown and Rlggs streets, Benson,
60x186; northwest corner Brown and
McCague streets, Benson, 60x116...$ 1
State National Bank of Cleveland, O.,
to Henry K. Wulf, Thirty-third ave
nue, 60 feet north of Fort Omaha
avenue, 47x127.6 110
Stats National Bank of Cleveland, O.,
to Henry F. Wulf, northwest corner
, Thirty-third and Fort Omaha ave
nues, 60x127.6 210
Mary J. MrHhane to Thomas McHhane,
Thirty-fifth street, 100 feet south of
Cass street, eastlde, 60x1 16 j Thirty
fifth street, 60 feet south of Cass
street, east side, 60x136 1
Margaret M. McShane to Thomas Mc
Shane, southeast comer Thirty-fifth
and Cass streets, 60x130 , 1
George A Co. to Jessie A. Blake, Cass
street, 180 feel west of Fifty-second
street, north side, 70x136 1,600
draoe Grant to Anton Jensen, Spald
ing street, 100 feet east of Thirtieth
street, south side, 60x126 1
Irenaeus Bhuler st al. to Luther H.
Helnbaogh, Forty-third street, 43
feet south of Wakeley street, west t
side, 44x100 1
Irenaeus Bhuler et al. to Luther H.
Helnbaugh, southwest corner Forty
third and Wakely streets, 43x100... 1
William H. Smalls to Frank W. Ho
dek, Forty-fifth street, 100 feet
south of Miami street, west side, (Ox
Frank E. Rlbbel and wife to E. P,
Howell, Thirty-second street, 160.0
feet south of Pacific street, west
side, 60x171 1
National Land company to Robert W.
Barrett, Twenty -elirhth street, 174
feet west of Walnut street, north -side,
John Btrnad and wife to Frank B.
Honsa. northwest corner Tenth and
Hugo streets, 130x194 , (00
Ella J. Butler and husband to William
K. Bniett, Thirty-seventh street, ISO
feet north of Bedford avenue, 40x
Used Car Dept.
1916 Overland $460
1915 Overland 350
1914 Overland '. . . . ; . . . 300
1915 Studebaker-6 400'
1914 Cole Coupe. '. 400'
1912 Cadillac 350
1913 Buick 300
1911 Hupmobile 175
1914 Ford '.. 200
2047 FARNAM ST.
LARGEST DEALERS IN
WEST OF CHICAGO
Chevrolet touring, lflt model, run 100
1911 Moon touring, slx-eyllnder, t
nearly new, big reduction off of list,
il u Dodge touring, nearly near to be
Herff-Brooks. slx-cyllnder touring, run
very little, 1910 $460
Pullman touring, 1110 model, run very
1911 Chevrolet touring, like new.... $66
1914 -Hudson Six, fifty-four touring,
fine condition , 060
1114 Hudson Coupe, beautiful car.... 760
Overland touring, 1916 model, run
very little $96
Overland touring, 1914 model, perfect
condition .....'. $46
Maxwell roadster, 1016 model, run
very little 160
1014 Mitchell, slx-cyllnder touring,
five-passenger, fine shape..,,,.... 640
Pullman, slxicyllnder touring, tiptop
shape , 660
1914-Mtdland, slx-cyllnder touring,
lata model, new $86
King roadster, 1014 model, new tires,
fine condition... , $90
Oakland touring, run very little 1014
Chalmers roadster, 1911 model, like f
new, sacrifice. '
Mitchell, six -cylinder touring, run very 1
little , $60
Stearns touring thirty-sixty, excellent
Buick roadster, very fast., 136
Chalmers touring, model thirty -six, -
fine shape. $60
Peerless limousine, original cost $7,000,
fine shape..... 100
Det roller touring, late model run very
Overland touring, late model, fine
Elmore touring, thoroughly over
Veils touring, 1916 model, light six, ,
like new 660
Velio touring, four-cylinder, excellent
condition r... 160
Stoddard Dayton touring, fine shape
Molina dreadnought touring, run very
little , ,.,.,460
Apperson touring, late model, fine con
dition , ma
WHEN MOTOR BUYING, PAT U8 A VISIT.
1I0 rarnara St. Tali Doualaa ill.
Caryl H- Strauaar, Hoar Baraataln,
Op,n Bundara. - Opan BvenlnfaV
WE CAN USE TWENTY LIGHT
CAKS. IP YOU CARE TO EX
CHANGE YOUR CAR FOR A
NEW ONE, THIS IS YOUR
III0-I-4 FARNAM BT.
SELF-STARTED FORD CAR.
An electric self-starter, as good as
new; been used only short tlms;
ws can aell for about half ths ortgl
SAMPLE-HART MOTOR CO.,
s Who's setting ths pace now f .
In the first nine months of 1016
THE BEB gained 42.006 Paid Ads.
KXCEEDINO the COMBINED OAIN of
the other two Omaha papers for same
Vriod by more than ,
10,000 PAID ADS.
Good Results, Oood Rates, Oood Service,
Drive oars to 8047 Parnam St. Ask for
Mr. Farrar, Fords wanted In exchange for
Overlands and larger ears.
HARLET-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES. Bar
gains In used machines. Victor Roos, "The
Motorcycle Man," IT0I Leavenworth. .
TO BEE WANT AM
jnu. ...... t
6021 . 1
Hundreds of other answers have been palled for and delivered during
the last week. It is reasonable to suppose that all the above people hav.
supplied their wants therefore did not
r tir .Al l
oee VY am as M.re
Bring in Your Ford
We Will Take It in on
A New Maxwell
C W. Francis Auto Co.
,- I wlah to aall my colamboa " alaotrla I
paattancar oouim. Car haa raoMitljr Nw ra
palntad and aattartaa ovarbaalad. ' Ala
i bar. m.rcury chargtaf plaat. Will aall
' for oaah or on Mm. - Iflfkt eoaaldar
. trad.. ' : v. '
, WILI.ARD t. EtOBFORD. f
Phon. Doaalaa lata.
. fin, Th.ft aad Liability al towaat raU
KILLT, BIXII THOMPSON,
11-14 City Nat Bk. Bldi. Qou. 1111.
1101 Parnam Bt DouilaJ 111,.
1111 Ov.rl.nd Tourlnf .149
111! Dodt. Tourlnt. , Ill
'1114 Chavrol.t Tourlnf 40,
Hudaon Coup., lata modal, aacrlflea.
ONB ua.d two-ton truok, 4fi0; ona oaad
ona-ton truck, 1900; on. uaad Franklla
roadatar, 9100. ThM truck, ara la flrat
elau ahap. and real barv.lna. . Aodraw
Murphy 4 Son. 14th and Jaekaon.
FOR SALB Float of thr.. Pl.ro. Arrow, I
ton truck, r coal, dump bodlMt aao T
montha: condition auarantMd. Fnd.rlolt
P. Lulh.r Co.. Chloaao, HI.
INTERNATIONAL truck for sale, In good
condition. Will aell cheap. No- se for
It. William Peperlcorn, Flererw, Neb.
UUIt HSTAin WUHI WILL BATISFT TOU.
tilt Harney it boug. 1140.
Auto Livery and Oirtgg. 1
EXPERT auto repairing, "service oar mU
ways ready." Omaha Oarags,. S010 Harney
St. Tyler BOO.
yon RMNT Uarage suitable for storage or
repair ahop; will arcommodate 11 cars or I
trucks. Harney 600. . r
WELL built barn, suitable for any also ear.
14U Vinton. Harney B7.
Automobiles for Hire. '
FORD for rent. Ton may drive It I charge
by mile. Doug. 0011. Evenings. O. MTfl.
Auto Tires and Supplies, -DON'T
throw away old tires. Ws make erne
new tire from t eld nee and save yon If
per oent I In 1 Vulcanising Co., Uli Dnv
enport St.. Omaha. Neb. Douglas It 11
Auto Repairing and Painting
STROMBKRO SERVICE STATIOlC
OEOROB W. WILLIAMS, 1101 Jackson St.
r.""'101 .m. "Plalty. Red 4141.
1 100 rewsrd for magneto we can't revnlr.
Colls repaired. Baysdcrfer. 0 M. lltk.
Keb. Auto Radiator Repair Sendee aaX
prices right. 110 S. llth St D. tlOt.
Motorcycles and Bicycles
Two-speed Twin Tale, with side oar.. $115
Twin Harley-Davldson OS
Twin' Harley-Davldson , TS
Twin Harley-Davldson. ... 00
Twin Harley-Davldson..... . IflO
Twin Indian.,.,,. 100
Twin Indian 115
Twin Excelsior... lit
.Twin Excelsior, two-speed.,......,,,. Ill
And a score of other exceptional bar
gains. Don't fall to see them.
Victor H. Roos . ,
THE MOTORCYCLE MAN,
1701 Leavenworth Street.
"Help wanted male"
Stores and Offices.
IF ACTUALLY QUALIFIED
FOR EXECUTIVE, BALKS, ACCOUNT
INO. STENOGRAPHIC, , COMMERCIAL
or BANKING POSITION, oarrylna aal.ry
petwaan 1600 and I3.&00, ooraraunloata wttb .
underaltfned eounael, who will negotlat.
atrlctly confldanttal pratiiatnariea for aucta
poaltlona. . ,
F. L. SPENCE, PRES.
CO-OPBRATIV1C REFKRKNCK CO.,
. 101t-ll City National Bank Blrti.
.. , 4
' SC 44.
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