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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: OCTOBER 29, 1916.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS FARM AND RANCH LANDS
1 j 1
Now living in MINNE LUSA, and all
of them are living in their OWN HOME
Fifty more are building NOW.
In Minne Lusa because it is the prettiest
spot in Omaha, and because they have
nothing to wait for. Sewer, water, gas,
walks, grading, lighting system and
paving ALL there NOW then they
have splendid car service, beautiful
Miller Park and building restrictions
all around them. They know what
their surroundings will be.
Others have bought lots, there and will
build. ' .
Is knocking at YOUR door. We have
beautiful lots left with all improve
ments in, at
$550 to $850
And splendidly built homes for sale
from $3,250 to $5,000.
Let us sell your old home and lo
i cate"you in this beautiful district.
Come out today and look it over.
Chas. W. Martin & Co.
742 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
ATTRACTIONS OF COUNTRY LIFE
Are found in Fairacres. No other acre prop
erty near Omaha is protected by building re
ttrictiong. YOU MAY NOT WANT
A large lot. Here la a fine lot, nearly an acre,
big enough for a good house, large lawn, garden,
flowers and fruit.
It 1s a good investment. Buy and forget it
for five years. It is a good place for a home. No
better suburban property, and in the line of city's
May we show it to you?
GEORGE & COMPANY
Phone Douglas 756. 902 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
Two Pretty Homes
One in Dundee and the other in the Hanscom
Park District. 5011 Davenport, a six-room bungalow.
Large living room running clear across the front of
the house, then dining room, bedroom, kitchen and
bath on the first floor. These rooms all finished in
oak. Two bedrooms on the second floor. Full base
ment with best hot-air heating plant. The lot is large,
being 50x135, and in the very best part of Dundee.
Only a few hundred feet from the car line. The
owner of this house is moving to Chicago and must
, have the money out of his home. s
The other one is located on 81st St., a short dis
tance south of Hanscom Park. This is a full two
story house with a large hall, living room, dining room
and kitchen on the first floor. -A beautiful fireplace
in the living room. Two exceptionally large bed
rooms and bath on the second floor. The down
stairs is finished in the best of quarter-sawed oak. We
can sell this place for $4,200 and the unpaid install
: tnents of paving.
. If you are now a renter, let us show you one of
these beautiful homes.
A. P. TUKEY & SON
PHONE DOUGLAS 602. 1507-8 W. O. W. BLDG.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
. Maryland Lands.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
KABTBRN shore of Maryland; ntr front
farms, oysters, rralts, fish, ducks: fine
' climate; Level land; sjraw svryihlng ; bet
bargain In the union. Aek lr H lint rated
i -r'nf-r JUL JX Tl . PrttcaM Ana a. Md.
II' YOU ara thinking of a born In tho
Teuta tul( eoast country send for book
let, "Alcoa Dees Mean Opportunity,
Htiry Mack ay, ALgo Tax.
BRAND NEW BUNGALOW
NEVER OCCUPIED. ACTUALLY WORTH $3,650.
OFFERED TODAY FOR $3,275. '
$300 CASH, $28 MONTHLY, buys the above B-room bungalow;
frame and stucco, strictly modern and oak finished throughout. Size
24x36 with 8-foot porch. Living room 12x12, with beamed ceiling;
dining room 12x14, with panel walls and plate rail. Two good bed
rooms with closets and plenty of windows; tiled bath of good size.
Handy kitchen with all the built-in features. Full cement basement
and large floored attic. Rogers' guaranteed furnace and Kohler
?lumbing fixtures, pecorated throughout with high-grade paper. We
inish them complete, we sod the yard, put on screens, fumish water
meter and window shades. This is a well-built home, nothing but the
best of material used, and represents honest value for the price asked.
Located In a new addition where values are sure to increase.
Street now being paved. See it at 4228 Mason St.
CHAS. HORN, OWNER. WALNUT 3319.
LET'S TALK THIS OVER
ACRE PROPOSITION, IMPROVED
The owner of 3105 Redick Ave., will offer it for sale for
$4,500.00 on the fqllowing terms: $1,600.00 cash and $500.00 in
three years and $2,500.00 in five years at 6. Now listen to this:
I am a Real Estate Dealer and think I know values. I offered
$3,500.00 cash for the next improved acre east, which is a corner
and In alfalfa, and could not buy it. The acre for sale has a frame
building on it, 28x40, nearly new, and four large rooms and bath
downstairs no bath fixtures installed. There is an upstairs, only
floored, which could be made into three extra large rooms. There
is no city water, sewer or gas on place, but they are all in street
120 feet from acre. Electricity is installed and turned on; also
house piped for gas. It has a fine, extra-high ceiling, full base
ment, floor not cemented ; has fine furnace and soft water in laun
dry; also soft water in kitchen. It also has one of the very best
wells of water in city, bar none, and fine cistem and filter. The
east one-half of acre has two nice chicken houses with large runs,
There are all kinds of bearing fruit trees, moss ross bushes, lilacs,
pieplant, asparagus and large raspberry patch, three kinds of
grapes. The west one-half is for gardening. Entire acre- fenced
good. This house was built by owner for a home and you can see
for yourself it is well-built, and I will show you proof where all
improvements cost $3,485.00. Now this is a pretty place and only
ona and a half blocks from northeast comer of Miller Park. Car
line service four minutes, twenty-two minutes to center of city,
and the view alone is worth $1,000.00. You can see from Missouri
Valley to Lake Manawa. This proj trty will not be sold under
any other terms than above mentioned and will be open all day
today for inspection and will be taken off the market Monday
noon next if not sold.
70t4-S Keeline Bldg. Douglas 8373. Sunday: Walnut 2479.
Tat Aeahalt Top
For LOCKWOOD PAVINO
I, now being put In place making th.
Jiut a f.w month! aso tho fir.t building
Sit wai wld.
Now. ther. la no waiting. No more dU
airaaabla feature, on account of
, torn up .treota.
Coma out today and eecure ,your lot,
van though you may not want to
build your homa until aprlng.
' TAKE THB LOCKWOOD DRIVE,
00 writ on Farnam or Dodra afreet to
tld Ureal and then aouth.
Phono D. lOtl. Id Floor Keeline Bids.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
CALIFORNIA improved farms near Sacra-
- naumanla Writs for
memo, iof Bui, -
Hit. H. R. Waits, Shawn, Okl.
XULWBOiTcOUNTT, WW A J 00 -aero well-
Improved iarra urn w own . mi
Audubon; near school; Pan If h community;
1142 60 per acre; easy terms. A bargain
In Ona of tht richest counties of Iowa.
Shedd Investment Co., Fifth Floor. Ramge
iflNB Improved SO -acre farm, all tilled, no
waste lano, one mu irum vm.--.
W. Sow.be. Green, la.
H0-ACRE FARM. 46 MILES FROM
Minneapolis; I miles from two good rail
road towns; good set of buildings, consist
Ins of 7 -room house, large barn, granary,
corn cribs, machine shed, windmill, etc.
HO acres under cultivation; can practi
cally til be cultivated; no waste land;
excellent corn land; 10 head of oattls,
consisting of It cows, balance one and
two-year-olds, 6 borae. hogs, chickens
and complete sot of machinery every
thing on the place Including one-third
f this year's crop, goes at l0 per acre;
ov cash, all the time wanted on bal
ance. per cent Interest. Schwab Bros,,
lest Plymouth BMg., Minneapolis. Minn.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
SMALL MISSOURI FARM 110 cub and ft
monthly ; no interact or laxee; nigniy pro
duo live land; close to I big markets. Write
for photographs and full "information.
Munger, A-llt. N. I. Life Bldg.. Kansas
ORB) AT BARGAINS 16 down, 16 monthly.
buys 40 acres good fruit ana poultry iana.
near town, southern Missouri. Price only
200. Address Box 808, Excelsior Springs
1380 ACRES finest level prairie land near
Scdalla, Mo., divided Into farms to suit;
bai-Rnln. La Fore, 7261 Manchester, St.
Louts, Mo. (Owner).
CREAM OF THB DELTA PLANTATION.
400 acres land of which 176 in cultiva
tion; finely fenced; best Improved place
on Sunflower river; Improvements, 6
room residence, newly papored; house,
front and back galleries screened; com
mlsHftry, fine dug well water; variety
b.tautlful flowers and shrubs; good or
chard; barn, two-story, 54x96 feet; also
another barn about 30x34 feet; blacksmith
shop, 1 good tenant houses, 12 cotton
houses, cowshed, garage etc.; land cream
of delta; no better: long -"dlatanre tele
phone; dally R. F. D. mall; tee delivered
by motor truck; a bargain. For full par
ticulars and price write O. Robinson, own
er, lndtanoia, Mies.
THURSDAY, NOV. 9, 2 P. M.
CUSTER COUNTY LAND
440-acre farm and ranch. 200 acres
under plow, Ilea level to gently rolling;
balance rolling hay and pasture ; fair
set of Improvements. For full Informa
REALTY AUCTION CO.,
Cantral City. Nab.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Improved 145-acre Loup Vallty Farm
In Platte County, Neb., will be aold at
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8, AT 2 P. M.
Farm Is I miles southeast of Genoa and
B miles southwest of Monroe, Neb.; very
easy terms.' This Is a good, well Improved
If Interested, write Dowd Auction Co.,
Omaha. Neb., for further information,
JAMES L. DOWD, Auctioneer.
VALLEY COUNTY FARM
THURSDAY. NOV. 11, 2. P. M. .
AT ORD, NEBRASKA.
560 acres well Improved 3H miles of
Orii, 2S0 acres under plow, 80 acre al
falfa, balance hay and pasture. For full
NEBRASKA AUCTION CO.,
Central City, Neb.
BALK OR RBNT, highly' Improved stock,
grain and delry farm; 1,11 acres; famous
Judith Basin, I miles Icwlsten, where
one crop pays for the land; first payment
S, 000, or smaller farm, balance long time
i per cent, or rent term years. C. F.
Taylor, Lewlntown, Montana. j
kTrST-CLA8Sf a rro lands in Montana for
settler or Investor! In any else t recta, on
most liberal payments.
J. D. BRYAN,
Corner Sth Ave. and Pearl St..
Council Bluffs, la.
FOR SALE. StO-aere wheat ranch, good
. buildings, good well and fence; all cul
tivated land; price S6 per acre. For par
ticulars address B, Q. Farneworth, Dillon,
UPPER WISCONSIN Beet dairy and gen
eral erop state In the union. Sett ten
wanted; lands tor sale at low prloea oa
easy terms; eieellent landa for took
raising. Aak for booklet II en Wlaoousta
Central Land Grant j elate aarao wanted.
If Interested In fruit lands, oak fur book
let Apple Orchards, Address Land Com
nfcnttT Soo fcaoiwn. Mtaaea polks, Mtea
FOR SALE 330 acres unimproved land, 7
miles from Newport. Neb.; 160 acres of
meadow, cuts 180 tons of hay, balance
farm and pasture. Priced at 16,400, en
cumbrance, $3,1)00, runs S years at I per
rent, balance cash. Address Box 137, Baa
(40 ACRKS, Al land, well Improved and
good location In Kimball county; clear.
Will con elder Omaha property or farm
down this way.
FOR Nebraska and Iowa farms, state what
you want, we have it W. T. Smith Co.,
14 City Nut Bank Bldg , Omaha.
160 AND K0-ACUK JoDneon county, Neb.,
farms; well Improved. bargain la itm
proved 10 In Sarpy county.
in a uta.
131.000 BUYS 1.3K0 acres Improved land II
miles from Sidney, Neb. Michael V.
Ruddy, Albion. Neb.
CAN sell or exchange any lands you have to
offer. C. J, Canan, UrCague Bldg.
SKND your name today. Receive offers
from land ownere, agents, everywhere.
United Realty Associates, Jollet, III.
FARM LAND WANTED
FARMS WANTRI) Have ?,0e buyers: de
scribe your unsold property. 311 Farmers'
Etchange, Denver, Colo:
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
DAMAGED WHEAT, 11.60 a hundred. ST
v. nagner, w inn.
PALM BEACH COUNTY
The man who coined the slogan, "SAFETY FIRST," was a
genius, so was the late H. M. FLAGLER, pioneer of the FLORIDA
EAST COAST RAILROAD. After the terrible freeze in Florida in
1895 he sent his associate, MR. J. E. INGRAHAM, on a tour south
from St. AUGUSTINE to find, if possible, a part of FLORIDA
unaffected by the freeze, as the rest of the state wa8 then as bar
ren as Vermont in February. Mr. Ingraham found PALM BEACH
COUNTY green, 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
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, good roads, the finest climate
on the American continent, 365 growing days each year. These
are safety points for you, Mr. Farmer, Mr. Large or Small in
vestor, to know to place your spare money into properties where tne
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, lerms
to satisfy the rich man or the man of moderate means.
CALL, WRITE OR PHONE for particulars and literature.
PARSONS & SON
652 Brandeis Bldg.
Agents, Palm Beach Farms Co.
Phone Douglas 7846.
Special excursions first and third Tuesday in each month.
Rates furnished on application.
Don't Neglect the ;
Thousands of accessories have been sold,
for every part of the car, but a very important
part has been overlooked, at least no successful
OILER has been invented until this wonderful
G. L. W.
came to fill a long-felt want.
There is more friction-bearing surface '
in a set of auto springs than in all the rest
of the car. Springs are exposed and quickly
rust, the result is squeaking and jerking.
Stiff, dry, inactive springs mean hard rid
ing, broken spring leaves and the necessity
of shock absorbers. Well lubricated springs
take the bumps out of the road, save tires
, and frame, and make riding a comfort and
pleasure. The action of springs is intended
to be smooth. To accomplish this, they must
25c The G.L.W. Oiler 25c
Is a simple little device that is attached to the
top leaf of the springs and is almost invisible.
By its position and mechanical perfection
the vibration of the car in transit keeps a con
stant flow of oil, just enough to keep the spring
lubricated, thereby eliminating all squeaks and
rust and increasing the easy riding facilities of
the car. ,
Over 100,000 sold in the last six months.
Ask Your Dealer.
COUNTY AGENTS WANTED.
PHONE DOUGLAS 3217
882 Brandeis Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
Guy L. Smith
USED CAR BARGAINS
1 Interstate Touring Car $200
2 Interstate Touring Car 400
' 3Winton Touring Car 250
4 Franklin Touring Car 175
5 Moline Touring Car 350
6 Baker Electric Coupe 50
7 Jackson Touring Car 350
8 Pierce Limousine 500
9 Chalmers Touring Car 400
10 Cadillac Touring Car 750
11 Hupmobile Touring Car 550
12 Franklin Touring Car 650
13 Marion Touring Car 200
Guy L. Smith
2563 Farnam Street Douglas 1970.
Auto Livery andGaraa;a.
EXPERT ."uto repairing, "..rvlc. car 1
wr nadir." Omaha Oaraaa. 1910 Harnw
- 8L Tjrlar ill.
' Automobiles for Hire.
FORD for rant. You may driv. It. I chars.
br mil.. Dous. nil. Bvaalnf. D. it'l
VALUES IN USED CARS
Our experience and good judgment
in buying used cars, coupled with
our expert repairing and overhauling
facilities, enables us to offer the pur
chaser a car of exceptional valu t
very low prices.
Below are listed some of these
thoroughly overhauled cai Every
one In good running (londition:
1 Oakland Speedster. .$325
1913 5-Pas. gtudebaker 125
5-Pas. Studebaker, self-
Jeffrey Special Racer. 300
Baker Electric 300
Waverly Electric 300 1
S. O, S. MOTOR CO.
W. M. SW ANSON, Mgr. TYLER 717.
2404-6 Leavenworth St.
VALUES IN USED CARS
Our xpr.enc and good judgment In
pert repairing and overhauling facilities,
enables m to offer the purchaser a ear
of exceptional value at very low prices.
1 Oakland Speedster . .$325
1913 5-Pas. Studerbaker 125
5 Pas. Studerbaker, self
5-Pas. Krit 250
1915 Ford, 5-Pas 235
Baker Electric 300
Waverly Electric 300
S. O. S. MOTOR CO.,
240-e Leavenworth St Tyler 717.
USED CARS AT REAL
1114 Interstate. 7-paasenger good con
1914 Abbott-Detroit. 7-paitenger, elec
tric light and starter, $200.
1114 Ford touring, just overhauled, 1266.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
Douglas 861. I2U-1I Farnam Bt.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
J 101 Farnam St. Douglas 1110.
111 Overland Touring f40Q
1914 Dodge Touring , 625
1916 Chevrolet Touring 400
Hudson Coupe, lata model, sacrifice.
Who's setting the pace now?
' In the first nine months of 1914
' THB BEE gained 41,906 Paid Ads.
KXCEEDINQ the COMBINED GAIN of
the other two Omaha papers for same
period tor more than
90,006 PAID ADS.
Qood Results. Good Rates. Oood Service.
Fir, Theft and Llabilltr al lowaat rate.
KII.LT, ELLIS THOMPSON,
lt-l City Wat. Bk. Bldr. riout. m.
lilt KTBBRO 6-eyllndr, 10 h. p.. lt2-ln.
wheel baaa. New Urea. EXCELLENT
CONDITION. Call Harney 1486 after 0
p. m. Will d.monatrata.
CROSSTOWN GARAQE, 115 S. 24th St.
Dour 4441. we buy OLD UAKa. Parts
for Hup 20, Oldsmoblle, Chevrolet. Apper
WS will trad, yon aew Ford tor your old
INDUSTRIAL QARAOa CO..
10th and Harney. Pony. SIS1.
ONR PACKARD eloaed laundaulet body, for
aal. at bargain. R c. Smith, 1014 Far
nam St. Phone Doug. 8fiP7.
CORD tire, for rorda, lOil, J S; lOxlU.
111.41. Zwt.b.1 Broa. D. 4471. Kit
OUR REPAIR WORK WILL SATISFT TOU.
till Harney t Dour 1840.
MT Cole coupe for Bale, A-l condition. Call
Mr. Flrnery. care Wellington inn. '
Auto Repairing and Painting.
STROMBERO SERVICE STATION.
OrOBQB W. WILLIAMS, 1001 Jaokaon St.
Carburetor, my .peclalty. Bed 4141,
1100 reward for magneto wo can't repair.
Coll. repaired. Bayadorfer. 110 N. 18th.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service aol
price, right. 1 a 10th St D. IIM.
Motorcycle and Bicyciea
In used motorcycles. Overstocked and we
are going to move them. Don't miss this
Harley-Davtdson Twin 9 6B.no
Harley-Davtdaon Twin 70. 00
Harley-Davldson Twin 76.00
Other Harley-Davldeon's up to .... 175.00
Tale 2 -speed with elds car complete 125.00
Indians, Excelsiors and other makes are
going in this sale at ridiculously low
prices. Now is the time to buy.
"THE CYCLE MAN"
27th and Leavenworth Sts. Omaha.
HAR LET-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES. Bar
gains In used machines. Victor Rooe. "The
Motorcycle Han," ?01 Leavenworth.
GOOD bicycle, bargain (or cash. E. L. Fitch,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
F. J. McShane, Jr.. sheriff, to Omaha
Loan and Building company. F
street, 60 feet weet of Twenty
eighth street, north side, COxffO $
F, J. McShane, Jr., sheriff, to Omaha
Loan and Building association, Ames
avenue, 900 feet west of Forty-second
street, north Side. 60x126; north
west corner Forty-second and Ames
avenue, 60x126; Ames avenue, luO
(eat east of Thirty-fourth avenue,
south side, 60x110; Ames avenue, 60
feet west of Forty -second street,
north side, 100x116, undivided 4-6 ....
Lewis E. Smith and wife to Joseph
Vodek st aL, southwest corner
Twenty-fourth and BL Mary's ave
nue. Irregular, approximately 141.6k
John F. Flack and wife to Walter J.
Bell, Sprague street, 110.7 feet west
of Forty-fourth street, south side.
John D. Howe to Herman H. Auer
bach, Twenty-third street, Itt feet
south of Clark street, east side. ISix
140 ..i I
Edward Wledeburg and wife to Ro
land D. Shields. Decatur street, 460
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