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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1916.
FOR RENT HOUSES
t-ROOM new buncalow, all on one floor, all
modem, with email tsraae. ISO. 1210 B.
2&th Ave. Red 1881.
I37.S0 FINIS i-room houee, etrlctly mod-,
em. utn and Arbor. Teiepnone war, gaps
NEW J-r. home. Cathedral district, cloee to
car. Wrliht ft Lannury. D. its.
FOR RENT Reasonable, S room, sa and
water. 170J So. 16th.
WE HAVE WHAT TOU WANT.
HOUSES AND COTTAGES.
IR 04 Saratoga St. (choice eottars,
strictly modern li every respect es-
cept heat), reduced to... IH.00
!-R. Ill So. 4tth St. (very choice bua
lalow. flrst-class realdence '''tr
-R. Slit ' No.' ' Vo'th ' s'C" (choice hun
low with garage) .."V. I I
-R. 4111 Farnam St. (ood hel
houae In nrat-claee reelflenoe 41trlot)
7-RioVWo. "lith St. (very desirable de
. tached house In nrat-cleas residence lj
tricl) ;.R(61! So. 34 St. (a rood briok dwell
In, cloee to the buelneea center ot
South Omaha) 25
T-r ou So. S6th St. (brand new brick
dwelling), cloee In :111.0s
I.r1840 Charlee St. (with garage, bar
gain) J-R. 2008 Dewey Ave. (good brick dwell
ing, very close In, well arranged for
keeping roomers) $46.00
J-R S08 So. 30th St -i?i:0
WB HAVE OTHERS. SEE OUR COM
PLETE LIST BEFORE RENTING.
PORTER & SHOTWELL.
208 So. 17ttl St. Dong. 501S.
PAYN.E & SLATER CO.
"OMAHA'S RENTAL MEN."
HOUSES AND COTTAGES.
' MODERN EXCEPT HEAT,
l-r, 30 S. I'd St.. eat front, easy walk
ing distance; special price, 817.68.
l-r. 806 S. 18th St., newly decorated and
painted throughout, very close In, 886.
T-r. 8808 Reward St. good neighborhood,
10-r. 19)8 Douglas St.. dandy place to rent
out furnished rooms, $30.
6-r. 2680 Capitol Ave., new oak floors, new
lighting fixtures, new wall paper, $30.
t-r. 3118 Maple St, dandy cottage, $20.
-r. 3817 N. 80th St, three bedrooms and
sleeping porch, pleasant surroundings,
$-r. 2201 Grant St, 4 bedrooms, has Just
been newly decorated throughout, gar
J-r. 8863 Farnam St, will put In good
condition for responsible party, $60.
PAYNE & SLATER CO.,
610 Omaha Nat'I. Bldg. Phone Doug. 1010.
FOR RENT -
, 7 ROOMS, with sleeping porch and sun
room, mantel and grate, hardwood finish,
polished floors, tiled bath room and ev
ery convenience, Including garage; ex
ceptionally fine view: quiet neighborhood
I. H. DUMONT & CO, .
416-18 Keellne Bldg. Phone Dong. tDO,
7-R., house, strictly modern, 27th and Ames,
8 -room house, tBth and Jones Sta.,
trlctly modern, discount on rent It tt-ken
7 -room house, close In, close to school
and car line; nice neighborhood.
JOSEPH O'DOHSRTT ft SON,'
711 Keellne Bldg. Phone P. 1013.
$252220 Chicago, 8 rooms, modern.
$12.50 tor either of these houses; 1506 N.
20th, 4 rooms. Inside toilet; 1554 N.
20th 4 rooms, water paid; 2627 Hamil
ton, 6 rooms; 2221 California, 6 rooms;
' t24 N, 3 2d, 8 rooms; 845 8. 24th, s
Brandels Theater Bids'.
122.80 6-R., mod ex. heat, 818 N. 16th at
112.60 3-r., mod. ex. heat, 818 N. 18th St
126.00 S-r., mod. ex. heat, 818 N. 18th St
H. A. WOLF,
114 Ware Blk.
The Bee carried
47,840 MORE PAID Want Ads first It
months of 181$ than same period 1818.
This figure KXCBKD8 THE COM
81NC1D GAIN of the other two Omaha
papers by OVER 28,000 PAID ADS.
Reason: Better Results. Better Rataa.
. H2fi S. 31BT, with garage for two oars,
4118 N. 88th street, 5 rooms $12.
JOHN N. FRENZER, DOUGLAS 654.
CREIQH, BON8 ft CO. '
888 BBS) BLDG. DOUQ. SM.
FOR RENT Ap'ts and FUU
' NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
' JUST THE APARTMENT YOU'VE
BEEN WAITING FOR NOW COMPLETE
One of the best apartment houses In
the city, high class aud up-to-date, ready
for occupancy; equipped with Murphy-In-a-Door
beds in dressing rooms and
built-in chiffoniers; kitchens include built
in cabinets, elevated oven ranges, refrig
erators Iced from rear; large living rooms
with built-in bookcases, French doors; sun
parlors with tile floor; plate rail in dining
room; decorations In best taste; oak and
white enamel finislu ' elaborate lighting
fixtures; ourtaln and overdrapo rods; wall
safes; vacuum cleaning system; latest
plumbing fixtures; garbage incinerators;
gas drier In laundry ; beautiful lawn.
Location, 116-17 N. 32d. There are two
four room apartments with 5-room accom
modation, and two (-room accommodations
left Make your choice today. Agent
will show you through.
, Omaha's Largest Rental Agency,
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN,
1614 Harney. Tyler 60.
PAXTON COURT Beautiful 6-rooro flat
with ball t-in bed; new; has range, refrig
erator, window shades, curtain rods; clone
In, walking distance. 205 Pmxton Court,
between 25th Ave. and 26th, Douglas and
Farnam. $36. Omaha's largest rental
agency. Hastings & Hoyden, 1 814 Harney.
FOR RENT Dundee five-room apartment
W. L. BELBT ft SONS,
BIGHT-ROOM modern brick flat In fine
condition. 2712 Jaofcson St. Inquire Wal-FORTX-FIVE.
8 AN1 4-RU. Apta., The Sterling.
Tnlfft Co. D. 1161.
1814 Burt, 4 rs., new, mod. Apt, winter, $35.
. RINOWALT BROS.,
Brandels Theater iBIdg.
MOST modern, up-to-date brick flat In city.
Hot water heat 2623 Cass St D. 8691.
714 SOUTH 16TH ST.'
8 rooms. In good condition, brand new
plumbing In bath room. Special winter
PAYNE & SLATER CO,
oi v umant in an. tHdg.
5-ROOM modern apartment at 420 8. 56 th
Ave. Private basement, - heat and Jani
tor service. 840.
- BENSON & MYERS CO.,
... wiiaua wai. nana HWI,
4-BOOM flat, electrlo light, water paid. $18
8618 Marcy SI.
Brand new rooms and sun parlor,
beam ceiling in dining room, tile bath,
new wall paper, new gas stove, new re
frigerator, everything spotlessly clean.
Heat water and Janitor service furnished.
PAYNE ft SLATER CO.,
618 Omaha Nat'I Bldg. Phone Doug. 1016.
-ROOM flat lor rent $25 pifmontnToios
In. Phona Dour;. 162.
NO COAL BILLS!
NO WATER BILLS!
NO SNOW SHOVELING!
Rent a cosy apartment in the CAR
LTLK, 626 8. 18th St, 4 rooms and tile
bath, second floor, no carfare; 36 sum
mer, 842.80 winter.
PATNE ft SLATER CO.,
61$ Omaha Nat'I Bldg. Phone Doug. 1016.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
FOR SALIC Brown water spaniel pups;
duck retrievers, fine type; photos free.
V. Randall, Atlantic, Iowa.
TOUNO and old chickens, dressed or un
dressed, delivered. Col. 3232.
DAMAGED screenings, 11.50 a hundred,
W. Wagnw. 801 N. llth.
Persistence Is the Cardinal Virtue
in Advertising. .
FOR RENT Businew Pr'p'ty
FOR SALE OR RENT A new store room
26x80 feet, fire proof, located on Main
street in Grey boll, Wyo. For particulars
address Lock Box 11, Greybull, Wyo.
FINK room. 714 So. 16th St.; will put in
first-class condition for good tenant; spe
cial rate. PAYNE ft SLATER CO., 616
Omaha National Bldg.
STORK ROOM at 1807 Farnam St T. r.
Hall, 433 Ramge. D. 7406.
MODERN store, 16th St. near postofflce;
low rent O. P. Stebblns.
Offices and Desk Room.
DESIRABLE studio location In Wead Bldg.,
18th and Farnam, and In Baldrige Bldg.,
30th and Farnam; rental reasonable.
F. D. WEAD, Wead Bldg.
DESIRABLE office rooms In the remodeled
Crounse block. 118 N. 16tb St (opposite
postofflce), $10 to $16 per month. Conrad
Young, 333 Brandels Theater. Doug. 1571.
CHOICE office space. Baird Bldg., ITtb and
Douglas. McCague Inv. Co.
426 S. 26TH AVE., $18.
3808 Leavenworth, $17.60.
4134 Hamilton, and 4 living rooms, $20.
321$ Cuming. $27.60.
3306 Cuming, office and yard and scales,
suitable for coal and feed store, $40.
Tyler 1536. 333 Rose Bldg.
WANTED TO RENT.
Unfurnished Houses and Flats.
WE want more houses and apartments to
rent The fact that we have practically
cleaned out our big list Is conclusive proof
of the efficiency of our rental system. If
you want to keep your places rented see
Payne ft Slater Co., "Omaha's Rental
Men." 616 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1016.
WANTED Listing on cottages or nouses to
rent or sell on easy payments. Have cus
tomers waHlng, Inquire 413 Karbacb
Block. Douglas 340T,
GALLAGHER ft NELSON
will look after your rentals. 644 Brandels
Bldg. Doug. 3388.
MOVING AND STORAGE
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and mov-
lng. 31$ N. llth St Phons
Dong las 28 4.
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Careful attention given to orders for
moving, pocking or storage. Office at Ray
mond Furniture Co., 1618 and 1616 How
ard fit Phons D. 8684,
FIDELITY 8RB FREE
Phons Douglas 388 for complete
list of vacant houses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving.
,16th and Jackson Sta
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos, moving: packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
108 8. 16th St Douglas 416$.
Globe Vaij and Storage Co.
For real moving aerr ee cry us. Large
8-horse padded vans. Storage, $1 month.
Satisfaction guaranteed, we move you
QUICKER, CHEAPER AND SAFER.
Phons Tyler 280 or Douglas 4338.
Van and Storage Co., Moving, Packing,
Storage and shipping. Phone Doug. 1488.
packing and storage.
HOT Farnam St
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Field Club ,
Practically new 7 -room house, center
hall with large living room on one side,
' fireplace at the end, dining room and
kitchen en the opposite side on first floor.
Garage connected with the house. Second
floor has large sleeping porch off stair
way landing and three nice bedrooms fin
ished In white enamel, with mahogany
doors, nice bath. Full basement, furnace
heat Oak floors throughout oak finish
downstairs. 36,760. Want an offer.
D. V. Sholea Co.,
816 City Nat Bk. Bldg. Doug. 40.
New stucco home for sale by owner,
containing a big living room and dining
room, finished in oak; a very complete
kitchen and on the second floor three bed
rooms, finished in white enamel, with ma
hogany finished doors. The floors are
oak throughout, combination stairway,
guaranteed high grade furnace, highest
grade fixtures, hardware, etc This house
la worth $6,760, but for this month price
reduced to $5,200. Open today for In
spection. Located at 3668 Cass St; or
during week call Douglas 1474.
NEW 5tROOM( BUNGALOW
HANSCW PARK DISTRICT
Large living room, dining room, kitchen,
two bed rooms and bath, all on one floor;
oak finish and oak floors; built-in book
cases; large attic; full basement ; lot
60x133, south front, on paved street One
block from park.
SCOTT & HILL CO.,
Doug. 1009. Ground Floor McCague Bldg.
7 ROOMS, ALL MODERN, WEST
Hot water heat, east front Never
before have we been able to offer any
place that will compare with this at this
unheard of price. First floor finished In
oak, has fireplace, garage in rear, full
lot; paving paid. One price to all, $3,260;
$500 aiash, balanre terms. Call Doug Ian
6S8( for appointment This bi the first
time this bus been offered and wilt be
sold this week.
706 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
6-room, strictly modern borne, living
room, dining room and kitchen on the
first floor; 3 bd rooms and bath on second
floor; built-in fireplace, garage for two
cars, on paved street; one block from
Farnam car line. Will sell on terms or
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
637 OMAHA NAT..BK. BLDG. D. 1781.
WEST FARNAM D 1ST RICT 8-room, I
baths, nearly new; big discount, only
16,360. See It. 828 N. 38th Avs.
$618 LINCOLN BLVD ll-room bouse,
strictly modern, with hot water heat
ONLY $100 CASH, BALANCE
We can sell you a dandy little 8 -room
cottage on a payment of $100 and the
balance only $7 per month more than the
rent It now brings. Buy this as an Invest
ment and you will have It paid for before
you know It. The street is paved and the
paving Is paid. This location Is excellent
being only 2 blocks from the 24th St car.
EDWARD F. WILLIAMS CO.,
D. 420. 801 Omaha Nat'I. Bank Bldg.
A five-room, strictly modern bungalow,
wtth bath. It Is finished in oak, up-to-date,
built-in features and lighting fix
ture! ; full basement, large attic. Located
at mt North 2tb St. Price. $3,169: easy
NORRIS & NORRIS, .
400 Bes Building. Phone Doug. 4 270.
Nice, new, 6-room bungalow; electric
lights, good cellar, fine well .and pump,
cement walks, school handy. Will sell
for $1,676, on very easy terms, to good
party 6660 N. 36th St.; key at office.
Don't lose out on this bargain.
P. J. TEBBENS CO.,
60S Omaha Nat'I Bk. Bldg. Phone D. 2183.
3720 N. 21st Street '
Only a half block to Kountze park; s
fine 7 -room home, strictly modern; can be
had for $2,460, with only $200 cash; bal
ance $22 per month. This Is a bargain.
Call Tyler 60 and ask for Mr. Gieslng.
Hastings & Heyden,
NEARLY new bungalow of 6 rooms7oak
finish throughout: built In effects. On car
Una, owner leaving city, will take any
reasonable offer; come out and look this
over. 4446 Bedford Ave,
KOUNTZE PLACE restricted district rest
donee for sale. A. V. Knlest. 3616 N. 18th,
FOR SALE J acres Improvedr CoirT64&T
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
NEW HANSCOM PARK .
Piva laras rooms and bath, all on on,
floor, all tbo bullt-ta features, also Prom-h
doors, large attic with nine windows.
Pull, deep, cement basement; lot 50x100.
Only one-half block to Han.com park and
car, 2 blocks to Park school. This Is a
beauty and th, pries U right. Investigate
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
101-1 Omaha Nat'I Bk Bldg. Douglas KT4.
WIS HAVR TUTTF.RS FOR HOMES
IVOHTH THE MONK? IN ALL PARTS
OF TUB CITY. LIST TOUR PROPERTY
WITH US TO RESULTS,
O'NEILL'S REAL ESTATE INS. AONCT..
Brsndel. Theater Bldg. Tyler 10X4.
NEW FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE.
Thoroughly modern; .hardwood floors;
corner lot, 64x128; additional ground can
be had for gardening; sidewalk, awwer.
water and gas; close In and a bargain at
$2,380; $180 cash required.
SHULER & CARY,
204 Keellne Bldg. Phone D. 6074,
$3,200 $800 CASH.
Buys a brand new bungalow of 5 large
rooms (living rooms are 12x17), oak fminh,
strictly modern and up-to-date: hand
somely decorated; choice east front lot;
3 blocks to car. Don't let this opportunity
pass without' notice.
RASP BROS.. 108 McCague Bldg. D. 1853.
INVESTMENTS, INSURANCES $400 Income
on price, $3,600, being 3 houses, 6 rooms
each, near high school and Cretghton
college. Also 6 and (-room bungalows,
$200 down, and two 3-room, $86 down,
CHAS. &. WILLIAMSON CO.
NEW bungalow; also 8-k snd gardening;
your terms and price; Inv wiLh $400. rent,
3 houses cost $3,600). $2,600. D. 2107.
FIVE rooms, new, oak finish, fully deco
rated, all modern, etc., $2,760; $200 cash,
balance monthly. Colfax lilt
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AFTER looking at M1NNK LUSA. 300 dlf
ferent buyers decided that It was the best
proposition - on the market and they
backed their Judgment by buying lots.
IP TOU will come out today you will
understand why others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
742 Omaha Na Bk. Bldg. Tyler 187.
In order to cose an estate, I offer at a
very low price 44 or 22 feet near 29tb St.
Yott cannot lose on this proposition. See
me for price and terms.
C. A. ORIMMEL. 84 Om, Nat l Bk, Bldg,
6 lota for only S900. Close In. 1ft
blocks from Harnsy car line.
j W. H. QATEfi,
D. 1294. 647 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.
OWNER must se.l .mat front lot on Ponta
Ull. Blvd., Ill Clalrmont Will sell at
aacrlflce prtc. It taa.o at one. Call
Improved and unimproved In on. to
ten -acre tracts, on or near Bellevuo ear
Una. Boat of school facilities
, O. R. COMBS, !
Phono Doug. s,16. 809 Brandels Theater.
60-FT. LOT. 1102.
Fine lots to select from, $1 oash, &0o a
week. Box 1181, Bee.
BARGAINS IN RESIDENCE LOTS.
Block east Ft Omaha, east front, $400.
East Dundee, paved St. corner, $760,
Fontenelle Blvd., corner," $850. :
GEORGE a. WALLACE, 614 Keellne Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
START TOUR HOME IN BENSON
BUT THIS LOT.
S1..0 down and $19.00 per month; prtoe
H0. 00; slat C9iU; Irosted oh Locust
81. between Clark and Burnham, not far
from school and ear Una. Oao ft. Wright.
Bee office. Omaha.
NETHAWAY has I. 4, $, 20 and t$-aore
tmnr. tracts for city property. Plo. 22$.
I-ROOM residence. South Side. i.ot; 0
cash, balance $1$ per month. Poug. $$$$
One Acre in Fruit
Situated only half block from paved
road and free jitney service; has running
water on the back end the year round;
set dut in all kinds of large and small
fruit, which will be ready to bear In a
short time. Prire $760; terms $10 down
and $10 per , month. : Call Tyler 60 and
ask for Mr. Reed.
Hastings & Heyden,
11 Harney Street.
REAL ESTATE Investment
KARNAM STREET '
245 Omaha Nat'I Bank.
A. P. TUKET SON,
Phone Doug. 502. 1&07-8 W. O. W. Bldg.
FOR HA LB.
Doable brick St. Louts flat, within four
olocfca of l$tn and Harney; close In; bar
CALKINS a CO..
Douglas 1811 . Cltv National Bank.
DESIRE to meet three young men. not
afraid of herd knocks, having a few
thousand ' dollars cash, to join me in or
ganizing a farm and Uvs stock com
pany In Nebraska. For particulars ad
drcsH Box 8414, Bee.
Corner,' close In, two houses, annual
rent $720. Pries, $6,600.
8. P. B09TWICK A BON.
100 Bee Bldg. Tyler 1600.
(01 Kellne Bids XHwjg. 117$.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Real Estate, Lands, Etc
HAVE two lfio-acre farms and on lo-acre
farm, eastern Nebraska, to trade for olty
ARCHER REALTY CO.,
6 0 Brandels Bldg.
A IS-ROOM rooming house for sale or ex
change for equity In lots or house and lot.
or good car; good location. Call Doug
las 696 after li p. tn
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Real Estate, Lands, Etc.
WE have some good homes and rental prop
erties for Neb. or - la. land. Kdwttrd R
Williams Co., Omaha Nat'I Bank Bldg.
Ranch specialist, sell or trsde ranches for
city property. B. K'rs.nta. Brand is Bldg.
yOR SALS OR TRAD
good barn. 3620 8. 12lh. Tyler 2670-W.
GOOn lot, dwiiirmbie location! .Make used
Ford as part payment. W ..outer 4X41.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
This Is a S -story brick building. In es
tablished retail district, with stores be
low and flats abov. Located only 1
blocks from 16th and Harney Sts , on a
lot 601 3a ft. All rented under lease to
good tenants for $M10 per your. Price
only $26,000, desirable terms. Pays nearly
10 per cent net on purchase price.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Phone p. JSI. $08 City Nat l Bk. Bldg.
INCOME property "near Ford vianCl4th Bt.
Owner. Harney IS 64.
WANTED 4. 6 and -roomed houses' that
can be sold for flvo cash; bslano, Ilk
per month; five complete description first
W FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1J20 rarnam. Tel. Dour 1044.
LIST your property for results with
OSBORNE RKALTV CO.. Douglas 1474
WK have buyers for ynur property
INTI5B-STATK RKALTV CO..
H.0 qty Nat'I Bldt, Pout. Mil.
FOB BALKS F. D. Wead. 310 8 18th Sr.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
CITT and farm loan, promptly made. Rites.
6. 6 and t per oont. Reasonable com
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
til South lHb. Omaha. Neb.'
Scrvin our investors for 30
O years without loss is our rec
ord in handling first mortgages on pro
ductive Nebraska farms. Our loans run
In amounts from $500 to 126,000. We
collect all Interest and principal free of
KLOKE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
$46 Omaha Nat, Bk. Bldg., Omaha Neb.
I PIER CENT to $ per cent on beat class city
residences In amounts $2,000 up: also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO., 18.12 Farnam St
$1,600 MORTGAGE bearing 7 per cent semi
ann. : secured by property valued at $4,000.
Talmage-Loomlfl Inv. Co.. W. O. W. Bldg.
RBAXs' ESTATE loans, 6 per osat Is
D. B. BUCK A CO.,
$18 Omaha Nat Bank
W T. GRAHAM,
OMAHA homes East Nebraska farms.
O'KKEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
101$ Omaha Nat'I. Phone Doug. $71$.
FARM and city loans, 6-6 Si and 6 per cent,
W. H. Thomas, Keelins Bldg. Doug.. 114$.
"not MONEY HARRISON A MORTON
00 fu Omaha Nat'I. Bank Bldg.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. We also buy good farm mort
gages. Kloke Inv. Co., Omaha.
DON'T PAY IN INSTALLMENTS,
PAY IN $, 8, 4 or 6 YEARS. BEST PLAN.
8HOPEN t CO KaSKLUBBLDO.
ftEA-L ESTATE LOANS WANTED.
THOS. L. McOARRY,
it RELINK BLDG, TEL. RED U.
6 PER CENT and 6 per "cent moneyT"Toland
Trumbull, 448 Bee Bldg. Douglas 4707.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg.. 13th and Farnam Sts.t
MONEY on hand for cfty and
fsrm loans. H. W. Binder. City
National Bank Bldg.
Nat'I Bank Bldg.
CITY and farm loans, S, 6H. $ P
J. H. Dumont A Co., 41$ Koellns Bldg.
Abstracts of Title.
Title, Guarantee and Abstract' Co.,
806 S. 17th St.. ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstraot of
floe In Nebraska. 20$ Brandels Theater.
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE, pianos, Ind. notes as security.
S40 fl-mo H. H. gds., total cost, 13 60.
$40 " Indorsed notes, total cost, $a,0.
Smaller, larger am'ts, proportionate rats.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
Organised by Omaha Business Men,
48$ Rose Bldg.. llh and Farnam. Ty. $61.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
FINE Iowa farms, close to Omaha, all sizes,
priced right. Seo us first. W. T.. Smith
Co.; 114 City Nat'I Bank Bldg., Omaha.
PALM BEACH COUNTY We have the
rflcord crop truck, garden and citrus fruit
land In the United States. Buy land on
easy terms from A. Parsons St Son, $62
Brandels Bdlg. Phone, Doug. 7846.
Note A personally conducted eicunrion
t( the Sunny South leaves Omaha Jan
uary 2d: already some of Omaha's lead
ing busines men have joined us. Make
Sour reservation early.
SMALL MISSOURI FARM $10 cash and $ft
monthly; no interest or taxes; highly pro-'
ductlvs land; close to 3 big markets.
Write for photographs and full informa
tion. Monger. A-11 1, N. T. Ufa Bulld-
V Kansas City, Mo.
TWO SNAPS: 80 acres, highly improved.
Rest crop-producing land for miles
around; close in; $160 per acre. U0
acres 4 miles from good town; Improved;
nearly all tn cultivation; $100 per acre;
worth $125 per acre. 80's, 160's, $20'i,
sections, and large ranches all over cen
tral Nebraska at $10 to $60 per acre.
Write for full Information. J, W,, Mo
haffey, Doniphan, Neb
FOR BALE 66 acres H mile from depot;
30 acres In alfalfa, rest plow land. S
room bungalow, stable, hay-shed, gran
ery, henhouse, sheds, workshop, cave, 1
wells, good water, land lays level; black
soli, fonced. G. H. Stoohborger, owner,
Elm Creek, Nub.
320 acres choice land in good location.
Will give clar deed for two first crops.
T. H. CAMPBELL A SONS,
CORN, WHEAT AND SPUDS.
EXTRA EXTRA BARGAINS , IN
FARM LANDS near Omaha, but will not
advertise today on account of enow.
ORIN S. MERRILL COMPANY,
N. E. Cor. 23d and M Sts., South Omaha.
MUST sacrifice; leaving; 160-acre furm,$a0
acre; 8 miles, Naper. Boyd county, Ne
braska; all tillable; hayland; stock farm;
unlmprovf-d, $1,000 cash; bal. time, Own
er, I Smith, Hotel Castle.
$40 ACRE relinquishment located 12 miles
from Valentine, Neb. Improved; prlcj,
$1,000.00 for a Bhort time only. Address
box 444, Valentine, Neb.
FOR SALE Best large body high grade
medium priced land in Nebraska ; very
little money required. C. Bradley. Wol
FOR SALE An extra good 40-aere farm,
improved, 2 miles southwest of Leshara,
Neb. Write C. L. Tlmmons, Leshara, Neb,
SACRIFICE sale. 640 seres, BhertdanCo!7
Nfb., $6 per acre. Act quick, must sell.
Write H. rl, uainn, wanna, Kan.
I ACRES, well Improved, two blocks to
high school, Tecuruaeh, Neb. Stewart, 21$
8. 17th St.
CAN sell or exchange any lands you have to
offer. C. J. Canan, McCague Bldg.
UPPER WISCONSIN Bnst dairy and gen
eral crop state in the union. Settlers
wanted; lands for sale at low prices ot
easy terms; excellent lands for stock
raising. Ask for booklet 36 on Wisconsin
Central Land Grant; state acres wanted.
If Interested In frnlt lands, ask for book
let on Apple Orchards. Address Land Com
misBlonsr Hoo Railway. Minneapolis. Minn.
320 ACRES Well Improved, one mllo small
town. Price $5,000. Terms to suit. Owner
has other business. Write, Box 92, Lost
Springs. Wyo i
FARM AND RANCH JANDS
Call or write for my tree book describ
ing good corn and alfalfa iaud In east
Tvxaa for $:'6 per acre.
W. S. FRANK.
SOI Neville Blk.
WE SElX" KARMSi CAN SELL YOURS.
Absolutely no commission. Write today
for our co-operative guarantee plan. In
temtate Farm Exchange. 21$ Exchange
ltank Bldg,vSpokane; Wash
Horses Live Stock -Vehicles
FOR BALE Oood work horse, or trade.
(il Tyler saa.
USED CAR DEPARTMENT.
Phone D. $2$$. S04T Farnam St
1 1$1& Overland. $-psss.
2 IB 16 Overland, a-paas.
11914 Overland, 5-paas.
11917 Overland Roadster
11911 Hupp, ft-psa,
11914 Ford. S-paas.
These cars are In first class condition
snd at prices of $136 and up.
List furnished to out-of-town par-
A.UTO CLEARING HOUSE
2300 Farnam St. Douglas $310.
1916 Saxon Roadster aacrtAce.
1916 Steams-Knight "4." $1,360.
11 Maxwell Touring. $S60.
191ti Stearns-Knlght "$," $1',SS0.
Who's setting the pact, now?
In the first ten months of itl$
THE BBK gained 47,940 Paid Ads.
EXCEEDING the COMBINED GAIN of
the other two Omaha paper for earot
period by more than ,
$0,000 PAID ADS.
Good Results. Good Rato. Uood Servioa.
Fire, Theft and Liability at lowest rates
KILLY, ELLIS A THOMPSON.
915-14 City Nat. Bk Bldg. Doug. $S1.
DON'T throw away old tires. Ws make one
new tire fro it. two old ones and savs you
$0 per cent. 3 Jin -I Vulcanising Co., 1$1$
Davenport St Omaha. Neh Douglas $$1$,
CROHBTOWN OARAGK, "SU S. "$4th. b.t44i
Parts for Hup "10," Flanders "10," Olds
motillR. Apperson. I. H. C. truck. Kissel
Kar, Oakland "10." ,
WE will trade you a now Ford for your
INDUSTRIAL OARAGE CO., '
10th and Harnsy. Douglas MSI.
USED CARS AT REAL PRICES.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
Douglas 863. iait-l$Fsriiam St
CORD tires for Fords. $0x3. $$.$$; lOxl'C
$11,45. Zwlebsl Bros. D. i$T$. 161$ Far
S.O.S; MOTOR CO. oS3SS
OUR REPAIR WORK WILL SATISFY TOU.
Ilia Harass SI. Pont, lit.
Auto LWcry snd Gsrsges.
EXPERT auto repalrlm. "aarrlM ear al
ways raadr." Omaha Qarafa, 1011 Harass
St. Trier III.
Automobiles for Hire.
FORD for rent. You mar drtra It I charts
by roil,. Doui, lf. Kssnlnga. Trlar Ull.
Auto Repairing and Psinting.
STROM BF.Ha SERVICE STATION.
OBOROB W. WILLIAM, 1IM Jackson It
Carburetors my specialty. Bed 1141.
Ildfl "reward for masneto we caa't repair.
Colls rapalred. Bay.oorf.r, ill N. Uth
NEB. ' Auto Radiator Repair Senrtce, and
pricse rlfht. " B- D. Tilt.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
BARLEY-DA VlbsON MOTORCYCLES. Bar
gains In used macntnaa. victor Hoea, 1U
Motorcycle Man." 1711 Leavenworth.
penitence is the Cardinal Vlrtua In
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
John Bales to Moses Kanousa, Dav
enport street, 160 feet west of Twen
ty-elghth avenue, north aids, 85x141. $ 1
Lloyd N. Osborne and wife to Lloyd
Kllgore, Corby street, 60 feet east
of Forty -third street, south side,
60x120; Corby street, 100 feet west
of Forty-second street, north side, i
Earl W, Bnowden to Robert A. Mc
Cague, California street, 150 feet
east of Forty -third street, south
a)4e, 60x123.$ 1
Lois B. Johnston and husband to
Anna C, Leavens, Cass street, 8). 6
feet esst of Fifty -second street,
south side, 60x1 J a 1
Albert V. Dresner and wife to Blanche
V. McCoy, southwest corner Twen-ty-fifth
and Jones streets, l$z0,... 4,(00
M F. Ekeroth and wife to C Blair
rloover, et sL, Seward street, $0
feet east of Thlrtyf onrth , street,
north side, 40x13$ 1
Oeorge J. Palenaky and wife to Mar- 1
gftreth K, Brostrup, Lafayette Ave.,
1 47.2 feet east of Thirty-second
street, north aids, 4txl30 1
L. C. UlbKon and wife to Method
J, Hrnband and wife, L street .
40 feet east of Forty-fourth street, '
north side, 110x140 . . . . 1,100
Up in Price Along
With Other Staples
Saurkraut has advanced more than
100 per cent in price since early sum
mer... Six months ago dealers quoted
prices ranging from $8.75 to $14 a
barrel for future delivery. The prices
today range from $20 to $30 a barrel,
"I played in good luck when I or
dered three barrels last summer at a
price of about $9 a barrel. 1 have
just received the kraut," remarked a
north side grocer as he looked at
the prize packages on the wall
"I want to tell you about potatoes,
if you have a minute to spare, and
just show you where the grocer is
placed," he continued.
"Last year I put in about 500 bush
els of potatoes and they kept O. K.
This season I was afraid to put them
in, for fear they would spoil. There
is something different about the po
tatoes this season. Guess they didn't
plant them deep enough. At the pres
ent wholesale prices of potatoes I
don't care to take a chance on put
ting in a large stock."
No Danger of Fuel
Famine, Say Dealers
While there is no great surplus on
hand, stocks of coal in storage in
Omaha are such that little fear of
shortage is felt. When the Omahans
awoke this morning and found the
ground covered with snow, they
looked over their coal bins and then,
if the quantities were low, got in com
munication with the dealers.
Dealers report that the morning
orders were tar in excess of any mor
ning in the last -ix weeks. All day
long teams that could be pressed into
service have been delivering coal.
The supply, with the exception of
hard coal and that for steam plants,
is said to be about up to the normal,
large quantities having been shipped
in during the last two weeks. Unless
the unforseen occurs, dealers say
there is no danger of any fuel famine.
Dr. King's New Life rills.
Regular bowfll movement I, eseantlal to
your health. Take Dr. Klnfs New Life
Pllle and have a dally. movement. 25c. All
Persistence le the Cardinal Virtue In
COLORED FOLKS ARE
Man in the Pulpit Rivets Atten
tion of Congregation He
Uses Big Words.
DEVOUT FAITH MANIFEST
By A. R. GROH.
Last Sunday I went to a colored
church, or rather to a church com
posed of "colored" people.
No, I ani not going to try and make
you laugh with a lot of ridiculous
nesses in darkey dialect. I saw noth
That little "colored" congregation
throbbed with interest, ardor and
Every man and woman sat with
eyes on the minister. They hung on
every word of his discourse. They
voiced their approval. "Yes, sir,"
"that's right," 'amen," "have mercy,
Lord," were frequently heard from
the audience as the minicter drove
home point titer point.
True, the preacher showed a predi
lection for polysyllable words and
high-sounding phrases. He said "the
7th proximo instead of th: simpler
"December 7," he brought in ''the
psychological situation" several times
and he spoke of "Napoleon, that
great mediaeval hero." But these are
not important. ,
A Sunday Type.
The important thing is that his
sermon was a model of clear logic
and every point was understood by
the congregation. He spoke in the
vigorous "Billy" Sunday style. He
smote the pulpit, he struck out with
his hands, he mopped the perspira
tion from his forehead.
"The battle of life is not to the
strong," he said, "nor the race to the
swift, but the victory is to him that
is faithful to the end faithful, faith
ful, faithful." (Cries of "amen," "that's
right," "yes, yes."). Some folks
think if they drop 10 cents in the
collection box they have done their
duty. We don't need money in the
church as much as we need Christian
fidelity. There's too much 10-cent
Then there was a prayer by one of
the men of the congregation, a won
derful prayer. Starting out very
slowly, hesitatingly, at though he
couldn't find words, he rose soon to
an ecstasy of pleading. Then, in the
unconscious eloquence of his appeal,
his clear voice flowed naturally into
a chant, a song of prayer in which
a flood of words rushed rhythmically
into unstudied , music. This contin
ued, perhaps, five minutes and then
the prayer was brought quickly to a
How were they dressed? ' All of
them at least as well as myself. Some
of the younger ones were dressed in
the height of fashion. An industrious,
thrifty, sober-minded class of colored
people, the kind that make one be
lieve in the future of the ex-slave
race. ' ' ' -
They had a natural politeness, too,
The .presence of a white man in the
congregation was apparently not no
ticed. Nobody stared at me. When
I sat down one of the brethren
brought me a hymn book. That was
all the notice they took of me. Would
we be quite so tactful if a colored
brother came in and sat down among
The average . Caucasian church
goer can learn much from the "coir
ored" church, H would do your pas
tor good to have even one-tenth as
much appreciation voiced for his ser
mons as was voiced for the sermon
of the colored preacher not neces
sarily "right out in meeting" but af
ter the meeting, anyway. i .
Mrs. McGee Granted
Divorce From Hugh
Following a bitterly fought suit in
Judge Leslie's court, Mrs. Mary
Cayton-Casey-McGee was granted a
divorce decree from Hugh McGee.
The McGee's property, consisting of
a house and lot, was awarded to the
plaintiff. , .
McGee denied that he was the
worthless character as alleged by his
spouse, who allowed, though, that
her husband was a "pretty good sort"
when - in a normal condition, but a
"regular devil" when he had a few
under his belt. ,
The defendant created a sensation
in the court room when, in the midst
of a cross-examination, he pointed
his finger at his step-daughter a
grown woman, who was sitting be
side her mother and declared that
she and "Old Casey," one of his wife's
former husbands, were the causes of
the divorce proceedings.
The1 husband's attorney accused
Mrs. McGee of being " an adept at
getting divorces." .
Takes Three-Day Layoff,
Pals Aver Wedding Bells
George Powers, 3508 Jackson street,
pilot on a parcels post wagon, has re
turned to his work after an absence
of three days.
No more did he enter the postofflce
than a score of his co-workers
swooped down upon him to extend
congratulations and felicitations, and
a couple of the facetiously inclined
offered condolence:. Powers' pals ac
cused him of having fallen from the
blessed state of celibacy to become
a benedict. Powers made haste to
deny the allegations, but his pals aver
they have the inside dope that Powers
took a quiet sneak over into Iowa,
where he had the knot tied hard and
fast. Powers continues to insist his
three-day layoff was merely a vaca
tion, but his arguments fail to make
any impression around the postofflce
To Sing at the Orpheum
Madame Chilson-Ohrman, the dis
tinguished prima donna soprano,
has been booked to appear at the
Orpheum week of December 3. Ma
dame Chilson-Ohrman is a pupil of
Jean dc Reszke. Until a year ago
she confined her work to concert and
opera She sang with the Opera
Comique, Paris, and the Covent Gar
den company, London, and made
several tours with the New York
Symphony orchestra and the Chi
cago Symphony orchestra. Her
voice has attracted distinct attention
for its remarkable clarity and sweet
le el tie
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' Heal Often When All Else Fails.
When baby is distressed, restless and
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Sea, and they burned and itched making
im restless and fretful, and they caused
him loss of sleep. His clothing-seemed to
makethebuming-worse and the eruptions
became larger and looked like boils.
This trouble lasted about five weeks.
"I then got Cuticura Soap and Oint
ment. The Ointment seemed to soothe
him, and I used one large sited box of ,
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Cuticura Soap when he was healed." :
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N.D., March 27, 1916.
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It U BMittry tn order to treat bMl- -aohei
properly to understand the aunm
which produce th affection" hji Dr. J. W.
Ray.oIBlookton, Aia. Oootinulng, he isyi,
Phyilelaat cannot even begin the treat
ment ol ft dlieaso without knowing what
oauiei glva rise to It, and we mutt remem
ber that headache li to be treated accord
ing to the tame rule. We mnet not only be
particular to give a remedy Intended to
counteract the came whtoh produces the
headache, bat we must also give a remedy
to relieve the pain until the oaase of the
trouble has been removed. To answer this
purpose, antt-kamnta tablets will be found
a most convenient and satisfactory remedy.
One tablet every one to three hoars give
eomfort and rest In the most severe casei
of headache, neuralgia and particularly the
headaches ot women."
When we hare a patient subject to regular
attack! ot slok headache, we should caution
him to keep his bowels regular, tor which
nothing Is better than "Aotolds," and when
he feels the least sign ol an oncoming et .
tack, he should take two A-K TabletsTBucb
patients should always be Instructed to ,
carry a tew antl-kamnia tablets, so as to
have them4-ready tor Instant use. Tneea
tablets are prompt In action and can be
depended on to produce relief tn s very
tew minutes. Ask for A-K Tablets. ,
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A COLD IN 0KE DAY
Ttv" WEEKS' BREAK.!
iUF'tvcuui rank is";
Persistence is the
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matter how good
be in other re
spects, is must be
run frequently and
constantly to be
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