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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1916)
Exceedtog by over
2,0Q0 FAIB Adls
THE COMBINED GAIN
of the other two Omaha
papers for this same period
m the first ten months of 1916
than in same period of 1915.
THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1916.
I 1 150
(FOR RENT HOUSES
DECEMBER 1, All modern l-room bouse,
aewly decorated, hardwood floors up aud
downstair, full cement basement, Bond
furnace. 8808 Burt. Apply H. B. Bojrlea.
Douglas las, or Harney a...
NBW cottace 1tb three larre rooms, sewer,
tas and water. 1010 Charles St. Bee D.
L. Thomas, en nee mag.
7-ROOM modern toouse; full basement;
nnlehed attic. 1111 Bapie mu
ltlt GRANT 8T. T-r., conm.. modern, 125.
T. F. HajLMRam Bids', Pout. t40t
6-ROOM house, newly decorated, $18. ?18
N. 33d St. Tel. warney ....
SEVEN-ROOM cottage, modern, except heat
mi N. zetn gu
5724 N. S8TH Ave.-
rooms, all modern.
709 Georgia avenue. It rooms, modern,
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
Pout, n it. 101 Omaha Natl. Bank Bids.
OROOM new bungalow, all on one floor, all
modern, with small garage. MO. 1811 -
86th Ave. Red 1881.
Rn ITT MR s-roem house, strictly mod
em. 11th and Arbor. Tslephone Har; 8868
NEW 7-r. home. Cathedral district, close to
car. wngnt at ieoury. "
FOR RENT Reasonable; t rooms, gsa and
water. 1T08 Bo. 18th.
1880 8. 10TH 8 rooms, modern except heat.
WE HAVE WHAT TOU WANT.
HOUSES AND ' COTTAGES, ;
8-r 8401 Parker St. $18.
8-r., 811 Martha St., 118.50.
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT.
S-r.,. 2804 Saratoga St, reduced to 111.'
-r 2818 No. S7th St (for colored), 111.
-r 283! So. 8th St, 112.80.
8-r 8807 No. 80th St, 188. ,
8-r., 118 So. 44th St. 186.
8-r 4118 Farnam, $38.
l-r '1814 Laird, with garage, $85.
8-r., 1323 So. 8th, $40. .,.
7-r., 4612 So. SJd, $26.
7- r., 816 So. SSth (brand new), $86.
8- r., 1848 Charles, with garage, $21. ;
$-r 2608 Dewey Ave. (ctoae In), lw. "
r6-r 203 Bo. 80th (strictly - modern flat
close In), $36.
WB HAVE OTHERS. SEE OTJR COM
PLETE LIST BEFORE RENTING. :
PORTER & SHOTWELL,
203 So. 17th St DoW MI.
HOUSES AND FLATS FOR RENT.' V
4,00--r-r., 1822 dTarit; strwt, modern ex
g.oo 5-r., 384 North 20th rtwet, modern
except heat, " ' '
5,00 8-r., 1S07 Locust treet, modern.
0.00 8-r., 1TO3 Pratt itreet, modern. '
O.oo 10-r., 214 South 30th street, modern.
2.50 -r fi30 Park avenue, modern flat.
OO-i-j-r,, 8423 L.aurei avenue, new, muu-
era, stucco bungalow.
00 7-r., 3621. California gtreet, new and
modern,, very desirable.
0 t-r. Apt, 37th and Jacknon treet,
Harold, No. 3.
00 g-r.;t 147 North 32d avenue, modern,
OfilORGEJ 'AND' COMPANY, '"
Phoije, Dounlaa 7B6. 902 OHy Nat, Ban J
, Building. t ,
2518 Seward St., 7-r., all mod. Hew house. 2
3514 Seward St., 6-r., all mod. new house 14
1834 N. Hist, St., -r mod. ex. heat W
1609 Lothrop St., ft, rms., all mod...... 17
1508 Ohio St., 6 rmu., part mod... v.... 18
2603 Chicago St., 3 rms., part mod.,., t
. B1RKETT ft COMPANY,
423 Bee Bldg. Dougian t33.
WE want more houses and apartments to
rent. The fact that we have practically
cleaned out our big list la conclusive proof
of the efficiency ot our rental, service. ..If
you want to keep your places rented see
Payne ,ft Slater Co., ."Omaha's Rental
Men, 61 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Douglas 1010. ' i ' - i- '
The Bee carried
47,840 MORE PAID Want Ads tint II
months of 1816 than same period 1811.
This figure EXCEEDS THE COM.
LINED GAIN of the other two Omaha
papers by OVER 30,001 PAID ADS.
Re-son: Better Results. Better Ratal.
i COTTAGE. BARGAIN. . . ,
, 830 South 23d St
Dandy 6-room cottage, all on one floor,
modern except heat east front, easy
walking distance. .Special rate, I16.S0.
PAYNE & SLATER CO., -616
Omaha Nat'l Bank. Phone Dong. 1018.
$12.80 3-r., mod. ex. heat 818 N. 16th St
$38 l-r mod. bungalow, 623 s. jttn et.
H. A. WOLF,
514 Ware Blk. Dong. 8068.
7 nooMS. modern. 3002 Mason. $26..
. 6-room house, 1720 N; 26th, only $12.
mi ... .1... ln-Mlnv ..ft
JOHN W. ROBBINS, 180i FARNAM 8T.
, HOUSES FOR RENT.
CREIOH, SONS CO.
BED BLDG. DODO. 811.
Bee Want Ads Produce Results.
FOR RENT -Ap'U and FUta
NEW AND BEAUTIFUIi
JTJST THE APARTMENT YOU'VE -BEEN
WAITING FOR NOW COMPLETE
One of the beat apartment houaea In
v the qity, high class and up-to-date, ready
tor occupancy; equipped with Huxphy-In-a-Door
beds in dressing rooms and
built-in chiffonier; kitchens include built
in cabinets, elevated oven ranges, refrig
erators Iced from rear; large living rooms
with bsii'.-tn bookcases, French doors; sun
parlors with tile floor; plate rail In dining
room; decorations in best taste; oak and
white enamel finish; elaborate lighting
fixtures; curtain and overdrape rods; wall
safes; vacuum cleaning system; latest
plumbing fixtures; garbage Incinerators;
gas drier In laundry; beautiful lawn.
Location, 115-17 N. 33d. There are two
four room apartments with 6-room accom
modation, and two t-room accommodations
left. Make your choice today. Agent
will show you through. 1
Omaha's Largest Rental Agency. '
HASTINGS ft HVYDEN,
1614 Harney. Tyler 60.
EIGHT-ROOM modern brick flat In line con
dition, 2713 Jackson St. Inquire Wal. 3084.
AND 4-RM. Apts., The Sterling. First
Trust, Co. D. 116L
THREE dandy rooms, part modern, close in.
ill t-none weoster 2378.
6-ROOM modern apartment at 420 8. Sbth
Ave. Private basement, heat and Jani
tor service. 40.
BENSON & MYERS CO.,
424 Omaha Nat, Bank Bldg.
-SOLID COMFORT :
Brand new 0 rooms and " sun parlor,
neam ceiling In dining room, tlw ht,
new wall paper, new gas stove, new re
frigerator, everything spotlessly clean.
Heat, water and Jn.nl tor service furnished.
PAYNE A SLATER CO., t
416 Omaha Nat'l Bldg. Phone Doug. 1018.
t-ROOM flat for rent, 2S per month, close
In. Phone Dour;, 162.
FOR RENT Business Pry ty
FOR SALE OR RENT A new store room
35x80 feet, fire proof, located on Main
. street In Greybull, Wyo. For particulars
address Leek Box 11, Qreybull, Wyo.
STORE-ROOM sTt 180T Farnam St T. F.
Hall, 433 Ramge. I. 7406.
MODERN store, 14th St., near pos toff Ice;
low rent Q. P. Btebbtng.
Offices and Desk Room.
DESIRABLE studio location In Wead Bldg.
18th and Farnam, and in Baldrlge Bldg.,
30tn and Farnam; rental reasonable.
F. D. WEAD. Wead Bldg.
DESIRABLE office rooms In the remodeled
Crounse block, IIS N. 16tb St (opposite
postofflen). 110 to 116 per month. Conrad
' Young, are JBranaeis Tneater. iJoug.
CHOICE office space. Balrd Bldg., 17th and
FOR RENT Buine Pr'p'ty
428 S. 1STH AVE., $1$.
880) Leavenworth, $17.80.
4184 Hamilton, and 4 Irvine rooms, $80.
1)11 Cumtnt, $31.81.
Z808 Cumins, offlca and yard and scales,
suitable for eoal and feed store. $40.
Tyler 1688. 888 Rose Bldf.
BRAND hew, strlotly up-to-the-mlnote tar
ages In the rear of St. Qoorso Apartments,
. 81st Ave. and Dodga. Prices. $4 and $8
a month. See us. PATNS & SLATER
CO., $18 Omaha Nat'l Bid,.
WANTED TO RENT.
Unfurnished Houses and Flats.
WANTED Listing on cottages or houses to
rant or sell on easy payments. Have oua.
tamers waiting. Inquire 418 Karbach
Block. Douglas $407.
GALLAGHER 4 NELSON
will look after your rentals. 141 Brandels
Bldg. Doug. 8881.
Furnished Houses and Flats.
WANTED Furnished, heated, S, or 4-room
apartment or good rurnisneo nousei uioeti
In. J. A. Rumford. Douglas 898.
WANTED Houses, stores and apartments
tor our rental department. N. P. Dodge ft
Co., Harney St. at 16th. Telephone Doug.
MOVING AND STORAGE
GORDON VAN COTTT
Packing, storage and mov
rag. Ill N. Utb St. Phone
TdETROPOLITAN van and
rjarefnl attention given to orders for
. moving, paaklng or storage. Office at Ray
mond Furniture Co., 1618 and 1616 How
ard 8t Phone D. 1684.
Separate locked rooms for houaehotd
goods and pianos, moving; packing and
OMASA VAN AMD STORAGE CO.,
Ill S. Uth St Douglas lilt.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
- For real moTtng wnw. try us. Large
8 -horse padded vans. Storage, $3 month.
Satisfaction guaranteed. We move you
' QUICKER. CHEAPER AND SAFER.
Phon Tyler 2B0 or Douglas 4331.
FIDELITY sramcB FREE
v Phone Douglas 2S8 for eomplete,
list ot vacant houses and apart-
ments. Also for storage, moTlng
lfth and Jackson Sts.
. Van and two men.
$1.16 per hour.
Van and Storan Co.. Moving. Packing.
Storage and ahlpplng. Phone Doug. 1481.
T r Pi7T?Fl Express and Moving.
0. J. REjCjXJ packing and storage.
1807 Farnam St ' Douglas 1841.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
.Field Club a
Practically new 7-room house, center
hall with large living room on one side,
fireplace at the end, dining room and
kitchen on the opposite side on firet floor.
Oarage connected with the bouse. Second
floor has large sleeping porch off stair
way landing and three nice bedrooms fin
ished In white enamel, with mahogany
doors, nice bath.1 Full basement, furnace
.heat.' Oak floors throughout oak finish
downstairs. 16,750. Want an offer.
i D. V. Sholes Co.,
811 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Dong. 40.
NEW 5-ROOM BUNGALOW
: HANSCOM 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
(0x131, south front, on paved street. One
' block from park,
SCOTT & HILL CO.,
Doug. 1001. Ground Floor MeCague Bldg.
76X88, with i houses, southwest corner 25th
Ave. and Podge, for JB.ooo,
) , W, H. OATBS,
647 Omaha Nat, Bk. Bldg. - D. 1294.
WBST FARNAM DISTRICT -room. I
baths, nearly new; big discount, only
ll.lfts. See It SIS N. 88th Ave.
LIST property with us today. We may sell
It tomorrow. Inter-State Realty Co., Dong.
1618 LINCOLN BLVD 11 -room house.
strictly modern, with hot water heat.
. Douglas Ull. 1
, i NEW BUNGALOW. ,
' A five-room, strictly modern bungalow,
with bath. It Is finished in oak, up-to-date,
built-in features and lighting fix
tures; -full basement, large attic Located
at 112! North 26th SL Price, ts.UQ; sy
NORRIS & NORRIS,
400 Bee Building. Phone Doug. 470.
NEARLY new bungalow of 6 rooms, oak
finish throughout; built In effects, On car
line, owner leaving city, will take any
reasonable offer; come out and look this
over, 4464 Bedford Ave.
KOUNTZE PLACE restricted district resl
dence for sale. A. V. Knlest, 616 N. 18th.
FOR SALE OR TRADE -rm. modern
house, reasonable. . Call Colfax H6.
Small Cash Payment .
: Balance Monthly, Like Rent.
Located within walking distance. Brand
new (-room and sun room, all on one
floor; Very complete and ready for oc
cupancy; strictly all modern, with oak
finish, bookcase, colonnade opening be
tween living room and dining; handy
kitchen with pantry; full cemented base
ment with guaranteed furnace' and
laundry place; a well built house and
priced right, located at 1210 8. 35th Ave.
(on the Cross Town car line). For fur
ther information call owner, Red 1181.
bli Paxton Block.
A REAL BARGAIN IF TAKEN
WALKING DISTANCE TO
DEPOTS AND WHOLESALE
; ; '. . DISTRICT.
131S South 8th St, 7 rooms, strictly
modern, built about 4 years; lot 60x120
feet; paved street, paving all paid; two
blocks from Farnam car, Price reduced
1800. . .- ,
Anyone wanting a home conveniently
located to the depots and wholesale dis
trict and close to good car Una can buy
one of the best bargains offered at this
time. Party leaving the city and wants
to sell at once. v.
HIATT COMPANY, ,
346 Omaha National Bank. Tyler 00.
Modern two-story home; living room
across entire front; vestibule, dining
room, kitchen, butler's pantry and refrig
erator room ; three bedrooms, sun room
and bath on 2d floor. Floored attic on
3d. House almost new; garage; lot
62x128. Choice of Field Club district
lfe.2tt0.00. Owner. Box K362, Omaha Bee
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
FOUR new apartments. Income 11.800 a
year: for quick deal 81,500. A. O. Jensen,
J308 S. Jlst. ..
NEW FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE.
Thoroughly modern; hardwood floors;'
corner lot, 64x128; additional ground oan
be had for gardening; sidewalk, sewer,
water and gas; close in and a bargain at
$2,360; $160 cash required.
SHULER & CARY,
204 Keelius BMg. - Phone D. 674.
All building material Is going up. We
have several brand new bun pa lows of
6-r and bath; oak finish, strictly modern;
choice lots; prices. (MOO to $8,200, terms.
$106 to $300 cash, balance monthly or
will take lot as first payment. Let us
how you some bargains.
108 MeCague Bldg. J Doug. 1663.
WB HAVE BUTBRB FOR HOMB8
WORTH TH MONET IN ALL PARTS
OF THK CITY. L18T TOUR PROPERTY
WITH US FO RESULTS.
O'NEILL'S REAL B8TATB A INS. AONCT
Brandels Theater Bldg. Tyler 1084.
INVESTMENTS. INSURANCE $400 Income
on prtee, $2,600, being S houses, 6 rooms
each, near high school and Cralghton
college. Also & and 6-room bungalows,
$200 down, and two J -room, $06 down,
CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON CO
NEW bungalow; also t-i. and gardening;
your terms and price; In v. with $400, rent.
S nouses coat, fj.ovuj. ?j,duv. u, ivi,
FIVE rooms, new, oak finish, fully deco
rated, all modern, etc., $2,760; $200 see a,
balanoe monthly, Colfax 1UK.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
A.FTBR looking at MIN'NB LUSA. 300 dif
ferent buyers decided that It eras the best
proposition on the market and they
. backed their Judgment by biflna lots.
IF TOU will come out today you will
understand why others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
Ht- Omaha Nat. Bk, Bldg. Tyler 187,
CUMING STREET. ;
In order to close an estate, I offer at a
very low price 44 or 22 feet near 29th St.
You cannot lose on this proposition. See
me for price and terms.
C, A. GRIM MEL, 849 Om. Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
OWNEJR must se.i east front lot on Fonts
nolle Blvd., in Clatrmont WW sell tt
sacrifice price It 'taken at onoo. Call
Douglas 1722. '
Improved and unimproved in one to
ten acre tracts, on or near Bellevue oar
line. Best of school facilities.
C. R. COMBS,
Phono Doug.. 3910. B09 Brandels Theater.,
SO-FT. LOT, $102.:
Fine lots-to select from, $1 cash; SOo
Week. Box 8181, Bee.
BARGAINS IN RESIDENCE LOTS.
Block east Ft. Omaha, east front, 1400.
East Dundee, paved St, corner, $780.
Fontenelle Blvd., comer,' I860. . i
GBOROBO. WALLACE, -8 1 4 Keeltne Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
Fine, High Location ,
1.7 Acres Benson Acres
Priced for Quick Sale
Near macadam road; east and south
slope; lays fine; all in alfalfa. . Easy terras.
Hastings & Heyden,
1614 Harney St, ' -
START TOUR HOME IN BENSON 1
BUY THIS LOT.
I1J9.00 down snd $10.00 per month; price
$800,00; slit; 60x128; located on Locust
SL, between Clark and Burnham, not far
from school and car line. Ooo, R Wright,
Be office. Omaha.
DUNDKB BAB GAIN.
DON'T PASS THIS UP.
7 -room, brand new home In Dundee,
within one-half block of street car line;
living room running the full length of
house with fireplace and bookcase; 4
' bedrooms, Including combination sleeping
room and sun room upstairs, and tile
. bath; oak floors and oak finish down
stairs and white enamel ind oak floors
upstairs. On paved street, paving paid.
If sold at . once owner willing to take
just what house and lot cost to be
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
637 Omaha Nat. Bank Bid. Dong. 1781.
NE rHA WAY has 8, 4, 8, 10 and l38-acr
lmpr. tracts for city property. Flo. 189.
(.ROOM residence. South Side. Ii ; HQ
oasb. balance $16 par month. Dong. Ull.
WEIR CREST GARDEN
This beautiful garden tract Is near th
Interurban car line. 600 feet long and
242 feet wide. Reasonable price and
H. H. HARPER & COMPANY,
1013-14 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Telephone Douglas 2696.
REAL ESTATE Investment
Best Buy on 'Harney Street
For a very few days we can offer 70x120
on Harney St., near 34th, with Improve
ments, rental at $2,fi40 a year. The price Is
$40,000; mortgage, $26,000, at i per cent,
and It takes $14,000 cash to handle. Thin
property is located in line for a quick
and substantial increase In value, and in
the meantime the rentals pay ? safe re
turn on the investment. Quick action
required if you want this.;
Glover & Spain,
Douglas 3M8. 81,-20 City National.
At P. TUKET & SON.
Phone Dou. 808. 1607-8 W, Q. W. Bldg.
FOR HA LB.
Doubl. brisk St. Louis flat, wltbtn roar
Dtocks of 18th and Hantay; eloso la; bar.
sin prlca. ,
CALKINS al CO..
Ooualaa 1118. Cltr National
. Corner, clos. In, two houaas, annual
rant 1710. Prlca, 16,600.
a v. BostwicK a sow.
100 Be. Bids, Trior lilt.
Kvsltna Blda iKraa.
FARM LAND WANTED
WANTED Karma and unimproved farm,
fruit and stock lands. Consolidated Farm
Agency, Idarbrldge Bldg., New York.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Real Estate, Lands, Etc
HAVK" twolOo-acrsTranuS and one lU-aari
farm, eastern Nebraska, to trade tor olty
ARCH BR REALTY CO.
880 Brandels Bldg.
WANT $30,800 to $80,000 stock general
merrhsndise ; will exchange for same
$18,000 to 88MOO 8 per cent income
property and spot cash for balance.
Write for particulars. Box 481, Kullerton,
A t t-ROOM rooming house for sale or ex
change for equity In lots or house and lot,
or good oar; good location. Call Doug
las 6895 after 8 p m.
HARRISON county, Iowa, 80 scree, $12,000.
Saunders county, Neb., 180 acres, $US,600.
Will take Omaha property part payment
JOHISKN. FKKNZER, over 111 Bo. 18th.
WE have some good homes and rental prop
erties for Neb. or la. land. Bdward f.
Williams Co., Omaha Nafl Bank Bldg
Ranch specialist, sell or trade ranches for
city Property B. Franta. $78 Brandsls Bldg.
OOOD lot, dMlrVl"elocaUon, will take used
' Ford ss part payment. Webster 4348.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4, 5 and -roomed houses that
can be sold for $100 cash; balanoe $18
per month; give complete description first
W FARNAM SMITH & CO..
1820 Farnam. Tel. Doug. 1014. ;
WB have buyers for your property
INTKR-STATK REALTY CO..
Mt-80 City Nat'l Bldg. Doug. 8881.
WANTED Listings of real estate In Omaha
for sale. N. P. Dodge A Co., Harney BL,
at 16th. Telephone Doug. 888.
60S acres, Brown county land. Neb,, to trade
for general mdse. or hardware stock. Ad
dress Y 688, Bee. ,
LIST your 8 and 8-room houses with us.
WB HULL THEM. OSBORNE REALTY
CO., Doug. 1474.
POR SALES F. D. Wead. 810 a 18th Sft.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
CITY and farm loans promptly made. Rates,
8, h and .8 per cent. Reasonable com
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
' h 81S South 17th, Omaha, Neb,
S PER CENT to 8 per cent on best class olty
residences Is, amounts $2,000 up; Also
' farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
' PETERS TRUST CO., 1828 Farnam St.
$1,800 MORTGAGE bearing 7 per cent seml-
ann. ; secured by property valued at 84.000.
Talmage-Loomls In v. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
REAL ESTATE loans, $ per cent is
D. B. BUCK CO.,
18 Omaha Nat. Bank, t '
. T. GRAHAM,
OMAtA homes East Nebraska farms, (
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1018 Omaha Nat'l. Phone Doug. 8718.
FARM and city loans. B-fitfc and 8 per cent
W. H. Thomas, Keollne Bldg. Doug.. 1048.
07 MONEY HARRISON A MORTON
S ? 818 Omaha Nat'l. 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 1. 8, 4 or 8 YEARS. BEST PLAN,
BHQPEN A CO.. KBELINB BLDQw
REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED.
THOS. L. McQARRY,
KE KLINE BLPO. TEL. RED 4844.
t PER CENT and 6 per cent money. Tolan3
A Trumbull, 448 Bee Bldg. Douglas 6707,
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., 19th and Farnam Sts.
MONEY on hand for city and
farm loans. H. W. Binder, City
National Bank Bldg.
Nat'l Bank Bldg.
GlTY and farm loans, S, $, per cent
J. H. Dumont a Co.. 418 Keel In e Bldg.
Abstracts of Title.
tfarrp Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
XVCII . 806 S. 17th St., ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract of
fice In Nebraska. 206 Brandels Theater.
M. T. BRKNNAN. over 20 yre. exp. in Doug
las Col titles. 324 Brandels Theater.
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE, pianos, Ind. notes as security.
$40 6 -mo H. H. gds., total cost, 88.60.
$40' " Indorsed notes, total cost, $8,60.
Smaller, larger ara'ts, proportionate rats.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
Organised by Omaha Business Men,
433 Rose Bldg., 16th and Farnam. Ty. 666.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
FINE Iowa farms, close to Omaha, all sizes,
priced right. See us first. W. T. Smith
Co.. 014 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.. Omaha.
PALM BEACH COUNTY We have the
record crop truck, garden and citrus fruit
land In the United States. Buy land on
I easy terms from A. Parsons a Son, 601
Brandels Bdlg. Phone, Doug. 7848.
Note A personally conducted excursion
tt the Sunny South leaves Omaha Jan
uary 2d; already some of Omaha's lead
ing bustnes men have Joined us. Make
your rervalloo early.
SMALL MISSOURI FARM $10 cash and $6
monthly; no Interest or taxes; highly pro
ductive land; close to 8 big markets.
Write for photographs and full Informa
tion. Munger, A-118, N. T. Life Build
Kansas City, Mo.
LAST CALL IF YOU WANT
, POSSESSION NEXT MARCH.
NEBRASKA FARM NEAR
tftO ftores, 8 miles, from Florence, 1-8
mile from paved road. Good land, poor
Improvements; about 100 acres cultivated,
including 15 acres alfalfa; balance tl in
hered pasture with running water. Price
$110 per acrfl, $7,000 cash, balance 6 and
10 years at 6 par cent.
Thle farm will produce as much per
arre as hlgh-prtced farms near Omaha.
The crop this dry year shows what the
We have a good tenant waiting to
take It at $5 for the plow land and alfalfa
and $2 for the timber. After Nov. 80 It
can only be sold subject to lease for next
year. This farm is cheaper than any
land nar it, and we can show how It can
be made worth 40 per cent more with
very little expense.
J. H. DUMONT & CO.,
416418 Keeline J?!. Phone Douglas 890.
TWOBNAPS: 80 acresT hlghly'lmprovod.
Best crop-producing land for miles
around; close In; $180 per acre. 160
acres 4 miles from good town; Improved;
nearly all In cultivation; $100 per acre;
worth $126 per acre. AO's, ISO's, 820's,
sections, and large ranches all over een
tral Nebraska at $1 0 to $60 per acre.
Write for full information, J. W. Mo
haffey, Doniphan, Neb.
KIMBALL COUNTY. '
820 acres choice land In good location.
Will give clear deed for two first erops.
T. H. CAMPBELL A SONS,
FOR-SALBAn extra goo 40 -aero farm,
improved, 1 miles southwest of Leshara,
Nfb. Write C. L. Timmons, Leshara, Neb.
6 ACRES, well Improved, two blocks to
high nchool, Tecumseb, Neb. Htewart, 318
8. 17th St
CAN sell or exchange any lands you have to
of for. C J. Canan, MeCague &ldg.
Persistence Is the Cardinal Virtue
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
UPPRR WISCONSIN Best dairy and gen
eral crop sta te In the union. Settlers
wanted; lands for sale at low prlc oa
easy terms; excellent lands for siock
raising. Ask for booklet $6 on WL.:jnsln
Central Land Grant; state acres wanted.
If Interested in fruit lands, ask for book
ltit on Apple Orchards. Address Land Cora
mleeloner Soo Rallwav, Minneapolis. Minn.
320 ACRES Well Improved, one mile small
town. Price $6,000. Terms to suit. Owner
has other business. Write. Box 82, Lost
Call or write for my free book describ
ing good corn and alfalfa land In oast
Texas for $38 per acre.
W. 8. FRANK,
201 Neville Blk.
WB SELL FARMfC CAN SELL YOURS.
Absolutely no commission. Write today
for our co-operative guarantee plan. In
terstate Farm Exchange, 816 iUxohange
Bank Bldg., Spokane, Wash.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
FOR SAYjC-Brown water spaniel pups;
duck retrievers, fine type; photos free.
V. Randall, Atlantic, Iowa.
DAMAGED screenings! $1.60 a hundred. A-
W. Wagner, 801 N. iota.
WHITE French poodle. Call Red 4148, Coun
Horses Live Stock -Vehicles
ONE pair sound mules, 2,400 lbs.. 6 and 7
years old; price right. E. K. Moser, 8881
Farnam. Douglas 7208. .
FOR SAL E Good work boras, or trade.
Call Tyler 8234. .
USED CAR DEPARTMENT.
Phono D. $16$. J047 Farnam SL
11816 Overland, S-peaa.
81816 Overland, 6-pass.
11814 Overland, 6 -pass. -I
1117 Overland Roadster.
11911 Hupp, 6-pess. :; '
1 1614 Ford, 6-paas,
These oars are In first Qiaos condition
and at prices of $188 and up.
f Cars Demonstrated.
List "' furnlsbsd to out-of-town pur
CROSSTOWN GARAGE. S16 8. 14th. t. 444$.
Parts for Hnn "80." Flanders "10." Olds-
mobile. Apperson, I. 11. C, truck. Kissel
Ear, Oakland "80.'
8501 Farnam St Douila, 1118.
1818 Saxon Roadster, saortnos.
1818 Steams-Knight "I." 11,888.
1,18 Maxw.ll Tourlna, 1380.
1818 Btearns-Knlht "8," 11,858.
' Who's settlns the par. nowr
' In the first tsn months of ml ;
THE BEE aalnel 47,840 Paid Ada.
EXCKKDINO the COMBINED OAIN at
the other two Omaha paper (or earn,
period by more than ,
80.000 PAID ADS.
Good Results. Oood Ratoa Good Barrios.
' fire, Then and Uablllty at lowest rate.
KII.LT. BLLIS THOMPSON,
118-14 CUT Nat. Bk, Blda. Dour 8811.
DON'T throw await old Urea. We make one
new tire from two old one. and save you
0 per oent 8-ln-l Vnlcanlslna Co., 1811
JDavenport8t.. Omaha. Hob, Doaalas 8814.
WB will trade roi) a now Ford for your
old one. . i
INDUSTRIAL OARAOB CO..
80th and Harney. Douslaa ItSL
USED CARS AT REAL PRICES.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
Doulas 883. ' 8818-18 Farnam St
HUDSON 84 Seven passenger touring oar
with detachable Berlin body. Harry O.
Steel. 818 Ramge Bldg. Phono Douglas
8183 or Harney 80T8.
CORD Urea for Fords, 80x3, 18.88; SOiSH.
11.88. Zwlebol Broa D. 4878. till ray
S70.S. MOTOR COT
OUR REPAIR WORK WILL SATISFT TOO.
TELL , B1NKLET.
llHarney St. !i:JLL
FOR SALE Ford roadster; good rendition,
new tlrftB, rheap. D. 4808, 8041 Harney BL
COUPELET body for Ford chassis, 140.00.
Auto JJverw andjGaragea.
EXPERT auto" repairing "service oar al
ways ready." Omaha Oarage, 1010 Harney
St. Tyler 688.
C1ARACIE for rent at 3080 California. Phone
Automobiles for Hire.
FORD for rent. Tou may drive It. t charge
by mile, Doug. 8688, Evenings. Tyler 1881.
STROM BE RO SERVICE STATION."
OEOROR W. WILLIAMS, 1601 Jackson BL
Carburetors my speolalty. Red 4148.
Tloo reward for magneto we can't repair.
Colls repaired. Baysdorfer, 810 N.18th.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Service, and
prices right. 818 S. 18th 8'. D, 7810.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES. Bar.
gains In used machlnea. Victor Roos, "Ths
Motoroycle Man." 3708 Leavenworth.
Persistence Is the Cardinal Virtue In
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
The United Real Estate and Trust
company to Oscar A. Peterson,
Manderwon street, 800 feet east of
Thirty-fourth avenue, south side,
Fred A. Bailey to Charles W. Bailey,
Arthur street, Benson, 200 feet west
of Erwln svenue, north side, 60x
One day's rent fronrthat room,
now vacant, will pay for an
attractive ad f or several days
in the Omah'a Bee.
Mr. Addison will
help you write
. your ad if you
Phone Tyler 1000 Today
SOUTH SIDE LAD IS
BORHED TO DEATH
Spills Oil On His Coat, Which
Catches Fire from Sparks
ONLY CHILDEEN AT HOME
Ethan Allen May, 5-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. May, 362S R
street, .died yesterday morning at 5
o'clock at the South Side hospital
from burns iutained when his clothes
caught fire before the family heating;
stove Thursday afternoon. The little
lad made a brave fight for life. De
spite his intense pain he wal con
scious to the last.
The parents were not at home at
the time. Two older sisters and a
brother, Georgie, aged 12; Margaret,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Annte Koykendall and b unhand to ,
Minnie Msrtea, Valley stmt, 1T0 f
feet east of Thlrty-sswond ib.i,
north side, 80H88 0f
Tda L. Be hip pore! t, st a)., to John T.
Senior, Browne street. 800 fest west .
of Forty -third street, north lids,
60x123 . -
Mary Birmingham to Minna Se ner
mann and husband SeTsntesnth
strest, 174 feet south of Clark street,
west side, 864xHQ 1.100
Carroll R. Belden and wife to DIJ
Reed. Belden, Ntohola street, 186 '
feet west of Fiftieth treet, north
side, 85x188 X
Mary A. Lerch and huibsvnd to Oeerte
A. Sickles, Tenth strost, 18 toot
south of Martha strost. west side.
REPORT Of CONDITION OF THK
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK,
at Omaha, In the Stats of Nebraska, ot the
olose of BuelneM or November IT, 1118, :
Loans and discounts ...I .1,178.146.88
U. S. Bonds: ' '
U. 8. Bonds de
posited to saonre
value) 868,000.00 .
U. S. Bonds
pledged to secure ,i
U. 8, deposits, .
(par value) ..... 10,000.00
TolalU.S. Bonds...,.,.,.. 118,000.00
Bonds, securities., etc.:
Bonds other than
U. S. Bonds '
pledged to secure tr
postal savings do.
posits .j. ...... ..887.000,00
' than 0. B Bonds
(not Including ( i.;
stocks), owned, - .
Total bonde, securities, ete 06,031.11
Subscription to stock of Federal
Reserve Bank, less Amount
Value of banking house....... 1 41.008.10
Net amount due .
rsserro agents.. 1,0,I47.II
Net amount doe - - . v:
from other books
and bankers ... 1,688.841.84
clearing boost .. 806,868. Tl
Other cheeks on
banks In earns
city as report
ing bank 4,131.14
and other cash
Fractional cur- ,
snd cents ..... 607.84
Notes of other
National Banks, . 10,160.00 '
notes 10,000.00 :
Lawful ressrvo In
vault and with - f
Bank 014,117,16 .
with U. 8. !
Treasurer 1,600.00 4.177,048.47
Total. . , . lUitTMlMI
Capital stock paid lit 600.000.00
Surplus fond t : 600,000.00
Undivided profits. 8611-868. Tl . ..
taxes paid 10.804.78- 601.161.83
Circulating notes outstanding.. 60,000.00
Due to banks
and bankers ..11,141.141.11
to check .... 8,000.410.07
deposit due In i
less than 80
Certified checks. 140,861.88
Cashier's eheok ; t
outstanding .. 164,761.81 ,
deposits 71,104.04 .
Postal Savings i
of deposit, pay
able, after 30 -
days or more.. 888,367.63 10,483.683.78
Total J..... 11,678.836.86
State of Nebraska, County of Douglas ss:
I, F. P. Hamilton, cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true to the best ot my
knowledge and belief.
F. P. HAMILTON. Cashier.
Subscrlbfd Rnd sworn to before mo this
33d day of November, 1816.
(SRAL.) B. B. WOOD,
FRANK P. HAMILTON,
G. SAM ROGERS,
' . Directors.
aged 11, and Frankie, aged 8, were in
the loom. Georgie tore off alt the
burning clothes, but the flames had
already burned the lad. Doctors Al
len and Frikke were called in imme
diately and ordered the boy to the
Goes After Oil.
"Ethan went after a gallon of coal
oil at 2:30 o'clock," lfr. May, father
of the boy, said. "In some way coal
oil slopped over bit' overcoat and
when he sat down before the heating
stove to warm up on his return,
sparks from the open grate set fire
to his clothes. Georgie tore oS his
clothes as soon as she could." f 1
Little Ethan had just started to
school. Because the mother was to
be away from home the children had
been told to stay at home. Georgie
had charge of them and sent her
brother after the cc.-.l oil All were
pupils of the Corrigan school.
Deputy Coroner Bernard Larkin
took charge of the body. It is prob
able that an inquest will be waived.
Lost Work, Wife,
- Reason and Now
Loses Damage Suit
A verdict for the defendant was
returned by the jury in the United
States district court in the case of
William Livingstone, who was suing
the,Omaha railroad for $50,000. , The
jury -was out leas than two hours.
The defendant claimed that because
of injuries received in 1902 by bump- ,
ing his head against the steps of an "
engine he became mentally and physi
cally incapacitated and as a resulr
lost his reason for long periods of -t
time. He also asserts that because
of his injuries his wife left him. -
Omaha Anti-Suffs .
Go to Washington '
Omaha delegates to the national
anti-suffrage convention which opens
in Washington, D. C, December 7,
are the local president, Mrs. Edward ;
Porter Peck; the secretary, Mrs. Wil
liam Archibald Smith; Mrs. Harvey
, Newbranch, Mrs, John Lee Web
ster, Mrs. Helen Arion Lewis, Mrs.
J. W. Griffith and Mrs, F. G. Kellogg r.
of South Side.
Mrs. John D. Haskell of Wakefield, '
Mrs. George Butterfield of Norfolk
and Miss Maude May of Fremont
will also attend. yj,
More than 1,000 delegates are ex
pected. ' They estimate 10,000,000
women are opposed to suffrage, for
their sex. Organized five years ago,
there is now an enrollment of 350,000
members, ' -
New Industry Here Grows
Fast to Large Proportions -
Less than two years ago Sunderland' tt'
Brothers' company started a new
industry in Omaha, which has already
grown to large volume. It is a na-, '--,
tion-wide mail order business in
andirons and other fireplace goods, t ,
Among large individual orders re- -cently
received by the Sunderland
company is one for complete hearth
outfits for five fireplaces in new
mansion at York, Pa.; a similar sale
to an owner at Dayton, O., and daily
shipments to patrons in the Atlantic '
and eastern states, with correspond
ing results from other parts of the
Sunderland Brothers carry very
extensive assortment stock of fire
place goods and hive become one of,
the largest national distributers in
that line of business. . ,
U. P. Stations Will Be
Treated to Coat of Paint
Interiors of stationa along the
Union Pacific are going to be dressed '"
up. The order to get busy has gone
out and the city office here is due to
be renovated, overhauled and redec- .
orated. The Omaha office, however,
may have to wait until spring before
it is put in more presentable shape, n
t Recently Ben Winchell, traffic di- .
rector of the Harriman lines, passed
over the Union Pacific, east bound
from the Pacific coast. He stopped .,:
off to take a look at depots on the
journey. Interiors did not please
him. He found too many of them
dirty and begrimmed with the smoke
and bad odor of ages past Reaching : m
New York the order came back to do ;
something and do it quick. As a re-
suit the painters have more work on
their hands. v ...
Marathon Marvel Uses 1 ."
Oranges and Hot Lemonade "
A few days ago Sidney Hatch, a
nationally known Marathon runner,
uncovered a new set of rules for nour
ishment during his all-night, record- o
breaking road run from Milwaukee to
The only nourishment, either liquid "
or solid, taken by Hatch during four-
teen hours and fifty minutes of run
ninp in which he covered 95.7 miles,
was orange juice and hot lemonade. 1
He ate nothing solid between 6 '!
o'clock in the evening, when he took '
three pieces of toast before his start, 'f
which he made at 8 o'clock, and at -r
noon the' neit day, when he ate a .
chicken dinner, He made only three ,E
stops, totalling altogether twenty and
one-half minutes, while covering the
distance, and each time drank either
hot lemonade or orange juice. . -
Farm is Involved in
Insurance Company's Suit f,
In a bill of complaint filed this
morning in the clerk's office of the J
United States district court the ,
Aetna Life linsurance company of i
Hartford, Conn., is seeking to recover .
$6,000 which it claims to have ad- f
vaawed Mr. i and Mrs. Charles S.
Starmer of Douglas county on farm '
land. The insurance company claims
that the defendants made no effort ,v
to pay the interest and ask for a fore- ''
closure on the property. . .-!
Perslstenre Is tbe . Cardinal Virtue la Ll'
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