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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, JANUARY U. 1S17.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
r ROOMS. ALL MODERN. WEST.
Hot water hat. out front Nerer be
fore have w ben s,bt to offer any place
that will compare with tnis at tne un
heard-o( price. First flior flntahed in oak
haa flrtDlaoe. Barag In rear, full lot: pav
lot paid. One price to all. 13,960. J&00
casb, balance terms, t-au isousia
T RAVER BROTHERS,
819 Ftrat Nan Bank Mlda.
Near 28th and Harney
A -room, modern home with lot .Silt,
pavtn all paid and a varaffe. Price Just
reduced to $5,fi00 end It'i a bars-..!..
GLOVER & SPAIN,
ttous-laa !. l-0 City National
VbSTPARNAM. stucco, t-r., mod.ro. Lot
raloe. 14.006; bouso value, 44.444. All nr.
H.W 11 No, Uln Are. DOM 4441.
w ihi nranertr at the north w t cor
nftr of 21st and Y Sta. H conatets of
four 3-room otta7es. one 6-room pottair
end a storeroom. On pavd strwt, haa
cement walks and only a half block from
oar line. Buy this on the eay paymni
plan and the rent of the houses will make
the monthly payment. Property In this
nftlaTuborhod la retting more Talnable all
the time . Buy this today andmake some
CREIGH, SONS & CO..
608 Bee Bldg.
NORTH SIDE BARGAIN.
An attractive B-rocm story and a half
home Is just being completed. It haa a
larg lWtng room, dining room and kitch
en en the first floor and large bedrooms,
closet and bathroom on the second floor.
It Is modern In every respect The loca
tion Is Ideal, only a block from the car
and east front This place can be bought
m the easy payment plan. Phone Doug.
IBM il&y or Colfax 2492 evenings.
$21 PER MONTH
Will buy the best house for the money
In the north end of Omaha. rooms.
Lrlctly modern exoept heaL Only a few
feet to car line and in an eicellent neigh
borhood. House No. 2418 Larlroore. Price
IS.860. CJJ Tyler 60 and ask for Mr. Reed.
Hastings & Heyden,
1614 Harney 8L
$500 DOWN, BALANCE $35 A
OR LOT AS FIRST PAYMENT.
6-room, strictly modern home, located
at corner of Bemls Park. Full lot, paved
street, pavlnd all paid. Oak finish and
oak floors, priced $:t,llfl. Bargain figure.
TAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY
537 omahaJanaBarilBldg 1), 1781.
" KOUNTZE PLACE
Eight-room modern house, and a bar
gain at 8.860 Not a new house, bat In
repair and well built Large lot and
g trigs. Easy terms.
NORRIS & NORRIS,
40 Bee Bldg.
Phone Doggies ilTt.
This one for you B rooms and bath, oak
finish, strictly modern In every way.
Beautifully decorated; in fact ready to
move Into ; dandy east front lot ; two
blocks to Walnut Hill oar. A big bar
gain at $3,100. Terms artmoat to suit, or
lot taken as first payment,
10McCague Bldg. Tyler JIL.
BTrooM modern homo for $2,500, on Flor
.7 Omaha National Banfc Bldg. TV 15M.
dance for sale. A. V. Knlest tt.ll N. 11th.
FIELD CLUB HOME
A modern home with rooms and sleep
ing porch, oak finish, floors flnlahed for
rugs and every convenience; east front
lot 62x186 feet, block north of Wool
worth Ave. Boulevard, in the best part
of the Field club district Price $7,000.
The owner has moved and haa Instructed
us to sell this property. It la not for
rent The price is right, but any reason
able offer will be considered.
J. H. DUMONT & CO.
ie-ls Keeline Bldg. Phone Doug. 0.
854 Ohio street. A five-room cottage,
partly modern. Only $900. Very easy
$602 Pierce Five rooms. Modern but
furnace. Only a block from tho Cross
town car. $1,260.
Make an appointment with us to show
you these houses.
Either of them is worth $800 more than
we are asking.
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
P. 102. New First Nat. Bk. Bklg.
Largs Mvmg room, dmlng room, kitchen
on first floor; thres large bedrooms and
bath on second floor; oak finish and oak
floors; built-in bookcases and bullet; full
basement; guaranteed furnace; east front
lot; paved street; fins location. Pries
SCOTT AND HILL CO.,
Pom. 100. Oronnd Fir. McCasru. BldsT.
glX-ROOM. all-modern house. Walking
distance. Extra well finished and ar
ranged. A bargain at 12,860. $360 cash.
SHULER & CARY,
Fhoo. J. 5074. 204 Keeline Bldg.
THE GREATEST GAIN 88,718
In paid want-ads over mad. by any
Omaha paper, la tho record of TUB
OMAHA BEE for 1916.
BEST RESULTS liOWEST RATE
MW bungalow; also 3-1. and gardening;
your term, and pr ; In,, with 1404, rant
I bOdaos coat S...U.J. .a.pww. u. st.t,
VivE rooms, new. oak finish, fully daoo
rated. all modern, etc.. 13,760; 1894 oaak.
balance monthly. Colfax 7816.
HOUSES In all parts of the city.
CREtlOH, SONS CO., 608 Boa Bldg.
REAL ESTATE B'nest Pr'pty
A. P. TUKEY & SON.
610 First National Bank Bldg.
176,664. Income 12 per cent; one year ont
very fine location; mortgage 826,004 and
will accept 120,000 In trad.; balanoe
cash or negotiable paoera.
CALKINS eY CO.,
Douglas 1818. City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Corner, skat In. two baaaia, aasaaj
rut 1710. Price, 16,604.
a. P. HOST WICK ft SON.
aw Ba Bids. Tyler 1644.
14 Keeline Bldg. Doug. Irli.
HEAL ESTATE Bargains.
a. P. 3TKBB1N8. ltlt Chleaco RL
BUY from owner. Lot 60x161, main car Una.
Persistence is the Cardinal Virtue
Give your Want Ad a chance to
stake good. Ron it in The Bee.
REAL ESTATE Investment
Close to 24th St. This Is a well
constructed, well-ii-ranged apart
ment house in excellent condition,
netting a substantial income on th
purchase price and In the line of
Omaha's growth, where land values
are In o reining rapidly. There is ad
ditional ground which can be im
proved which goes with this prop
erty and It Is something worthy of
prompt Investigation, as the prti-e
and income are attractive.
George & Company,
D. TM. 108 City Nat. Bk. Bid.
HOMB BUIl.Dt.R3 participating 7 per rent
preferred shares now $1 ill ach will soon
bo exhausted when guaranteed 7 per cnt
non partial pa ting shares will be author'
iscd. Ordura received by mail or in per
son. AMERICAN SECrRITT CO., Pis. Agents.,
17th and Douglas Sts,, Omaha, Neb.
FURNJ.TUHE, pianos, Ind. notes as security.
$40 4-mo. H. H. gda., total cost, $350;
$40 Indorsed notes, total cost, $1.41.
Smaller, larger am'ts., proportionate rata
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCllCTT.
Organised by Omaha Business Men.
482 Rose Bldg.. lth and Karnaro. Ty. 441
RESIDENCE to trads; what havs you?
City property for autos.
Two good rooming houses cheap.
. Call on us If you have anything for sale
WATTS, 63T fax tor. Block,
BARGAIN Leaving city. sell or trade,
nearly new 8 -room house, strictly mod
ern, hardwood floors, all Improvements
In; tot 60x110; garage, $i,n0; $600 cash,
balance time. Call owner, I. Smith, Room
606, Castle hotel.
240 ACRES Improved, (or sale or trads for
smaller farm adjoining town with good
school. Equity $16,000, or trade for good
business. Address owenr, Brunswick, Neb..
Route 3, bo 87.
HAVS two UO-aore farms and one Hcrs
farm, eastern Nebraska, to trads for olty
ARCHER REALTY CO,
A 11 -ROOM rooming house (or sale or ss
change tor equity In lots or house and lot,
or good car; good location. Call Doug
las btti after 6 p. m.
WB have some good homes and rental prop
erties (or Neb or la. land. Edward t.
Wlllisros Co.. Omaha Nat'f Bank Bldg
TRADES TRADES TRADES.
Farms, Cattle, Ranches, New Apart
ments, Flats, etc. ABBOTT, 4 Patterson
FOR sale or exchange for modern home.
6-r, house. 1H lots. Small payment down,
balance like rent. Harney 41 73.
WANTBD To sell or exchange my equity
In lot 261, Weatmoorland addition. Phone
Ranch s -ctallst, sell or trade ranches for
city property E. Franta, 176 Brandef Bldg.
LOT, close to car line, valued at $.100; trade
for light car. Inquire 4118 N. H8th Ave.
mso-m" wnila Ave. apt for aalTfHrade;
Watts, 637 Paxton block.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
THB GREATEST GAIN 68.718
In paid want-ads ever made by any
Omaha paper, is ths record of THIS
OMAHA BKE for 1916.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATB
AFTER looking at M1NNB LUSA, 300 dif
ferent buyers decided that it was the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their judgment by buying lots.
IF YOU will come out today you will
understand why tho others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.
742 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 187.
kbAt t-SIAlE Suimroan
ACREAGE AND SMALL FARMS.
A fin. list within ton mil. radlua of
16th arid Farnam. Somo special bargains,
GEORGE Q. WALLACE, 614 Keellno Bldg.
START TOLIK HUMS IN BENSON I
BUT THIS LOT.
$14.44 down and 614.44 per month; price
1204.40: also, 60x114; located on Locust
St,, between Clark and Burnham, not far
from school and oar Una Geo. B. Wright,
Be. office. Omaha.
EXCELLENT BUILDING SITE
Large lot on TJodge St., near 4Sd; aw
residences on all aides. Will sell at bar
Cain on reasonable terras or wlU build to
Call owner. Walnut 1684.
See me for good bargains In residence
and vacant property. Good locations, C
A. Grtmmel, 649 Omaha Nat Bank.
SEVERAL lots, building restriction. $$,
600. 0Q. Adjoining Happy Hollow cirois.
1400.00 to $1,000.00.
W. U flRLBT r SONS. Doug JRIfl.
A DUNDEE lot bargain, near school and car
line. Write Box 9832, Bee.
$250 ACRE, acreage sold; 2 tracts left at
We havs a large number of small houses
with $ to 4 rooms, ranging In price from
$600 to $1,300. oil full slsed lots, which
we can sell at your own terms.
SOUTH OMAHA INVESTMENT CO.,
4926 S. $4th St Phone Sooth 1247.
Real Estate. Loans, Mortgages,
Serving our Investors for 10
O years without a loss Is our rec
ord In handling first tuortgages on pro
ductive Nebraska farms Our loans run
In amounts from $600 to $26,000. We
collect all interest and principal free ui
KLOKE INVESTMENT COMPANT,
$46 Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
CITY and farm loans promptly made.
Rates, 6, 6Vi. and I per cant. Reasonable
UNITED STATES TRUST CO,
1. South 17th. Omaha. Neb.
THS GREATEST C1AIN 41,786
In paid want-ads ever mads by any
OMAHA BEE for 1416.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATS
S PER CENT to 6 per cent on best claaa city
reeldencea in amount 62,000 up; also
(arm loans. Reasonable commission.
PETERS Tl'JST CO.. 1822 Farnam St
13.000 HORTQAOE bearing 6 par cent
seral'Snn.; secured by property values at
611,000. Tatmage-Loomis Inv. Co., W. o.
FARM and city loans. 6-6 4 and 6 per cent.
W. H. Thomas, Keeline Bldg. Doug, ig,
euoPBN a co private honbt.
OMAHA homea. East NebraaL farms.
O'KKKFE REAL E8TATB CO.,
1014 Omaha Nat l. Pho.i. Doug. 8716.
HONEY HARRISON A MORTON.
O 914 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. We also buy good farm mart
gs ges Kloke Inv. Co.. Omaha.
REAL ESTATE LOANS WANTED.
THOS. L. McGARRY,
KEELINE BLDG. TEL, RED 4344.
RELIABLE Insurance. See O'Nell s Real
Estate and Insurance Agency, 632-6 Bran
dels Theater. Tel. Tyler 1024.
REAL ESTATE loans, 6 per cent.
D. B. BUCK ft CO. $12 Omaha Nat Bank.
MONEY on band for
farm loans. H. W, Binder, City
National Bank mag.
CITY and farm loans, lowest rates.
B. B. LOUGEB, Inc.. 63$ Keeline Bldg.
CITY and farm loans, 6, 6H and 6 per cent.
t. H. Dumont Co.. 414 Keeline Bldg.
$160 to $10,000 made promptly. F D. Weed,
Wead Blilg., Uth and Farnam Sts.
n A DVTW PRHQ Omaha
UiUV T 111
Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Stocks and Bonds.
FOR SALE 100 shares American Tete
grapbone tor $260.00, 16.000 Unci tens
Oil for $100.00, 200 Afterthought Copper
for $S0-0. A, L. sDslbeL Little Rock, Atk.
Abstracts of Title.
T.arr Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co..
AVCH o6 A 17th St., ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding and Ins, Co
KEKD ABSTRACT CO.. oldest abstract of.
gee In Nbrsska. $06 Brand wis TbsaUt
GAIXACHER & N-LSON.
Represent prompt pay Insurance com
panion. $44 Brandwls Bide Omaha, Neb.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
FOR SALrt 160 a. furrti. Irrlguted land
under best ditch in tiunty. Abundance
of water. Address owner, Box 71, R. 1,
A I w nod . Co(o.
PALM BEACH COUNTY -We "have the
record crop truck, garden and citrus fruit
land in the United States- Buy land on
fasy terms front A. 1'itrsons ft Son. 661
Hrttndels Bldg. Phone Douglas 7146.
Not A personally conducted excursion
to the Sunny South leavm Omaha Janu
ary 16; already some of Omaha's leading
business men have Joined us. Make your
reservation ear) -.
RAISE ALFALFA IN "FLORIDA (Natal
Hay) this winter. First cutting, $0 days;
$60 to $60 annually on $60 land. 1.1
Paxton Blk. Vfslout 2661 evenings),
SO ACRES of good land for good build
ings, good orchard and berries, mile
from Onawa, la. ; old people can't take
rare of It. Write or sue J. D. Dean,
BARGAIN 420-acre stock farm, 46 miles
from Minneapolis; about '110 acres under
cultivation, balance meadow and pasture
land; will cut several hundred tons good
quality hay; fair set buildings; good soil;
an excellent farm for stock; $16 per acre;
oae-half cash Schwab Bros. 102$ Ply.
mouth Bldg., Mluneapolls. Minn.
SMALL MISSOURI FARM $10 cash and $4
monthly; no interest or taxes; highly pro
ductive land; close to $ big markets.
Write for photographs and full Informa
tion. Munger, A-11 9, N. T. Ufa Bldg.,
Kansas City, Mo.
NEAR SOUTH OMAHA.
240 seres: Best orop-growing land In
the state. Corn making 76 bushels to
acre; .460 tons alfalfa raised on place
this year. This Is all valley land, all level
and tillable except a few acres around
buildings and feed lots. Modern house,
good barn, large sheep barn, corncrlb, hog
houses and all necessary buildings for
cattle, hog and sheep feeding. Water
piped to all buildings and feed lots. Fins
blue graas pasture. AH heavy black loam
soil. Located near grade and high schools
and only one-half mile from Inter urban
oar line. For price and terms Inquire of
C R- Combs, 600 Brandels Theater Bldg..
Omaha, Neb l'hone Doug. $016.
WE FTAVB a sec. of choice land near
Columbus, Neb., fairly well Improved,
that we can sell at a great bargain and
excellent terms to good, well recommended
farmer. (No speculators need apply.)
Owner Is tired of renting this place and
will give a good man a good bargain.
Don't delay your Inquiry If you are the
man described above.
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
129-30 City Nail. Bldg.
STOP renting; come to 'Maxwell, buy a
farm on terms easy as rent; graslng and
farm land, $6 to $16 per acre; choice hay
and alfalfa land on the famous Platte
valley, $60 to $76 per acre. Car fare
returned If land misrepresented. F. R.
Finch. Maxwell. Neb.
240 ACRES, Kimball county, wheat land, at
$12.00 per ac; all tillable; good loca
tion. Buy this If you want a real snap.
J. H. CAMPBELL A SON.
CAN sell or exchange any land you have to
ever. C J Csnan. Hccague wag.
FOR SALE Best large body high grade
medium priced land in Nebraska; very
little money required. C. Bradley, Wol
20 ACRES In Plattsmouth, Neb., well Im
proved, by owner, B. F. Crook, Platts
L0OO-A. FARM for sale or trade. D. 6707,
A. W. Toland ft Co- 44$ Bee Bldg.
1016 5 pass. Chalmers with winter top.
1016 6 pass. Overland, like new, priced
1916 Oldsmoblle roadster.
1916 6 cyl-, 6 pass. National
1914 $ pass. White "30,"
1914 6-cyl., 6 paw. Oakland.
1913 6-cyl. 6 pass. Premier.
1913 6-cyi., 6 pass. Franklin.
1910 4-cyl 6 pass. Chalmers, fine for a
2806 FARNAM ST.
FOR SALE SEVERAL ELECTRIC CARS,
LIGHT DELIVERY TYPE, BODIES IN
FAIR CONDITION, MOTORS AND BAT
TERIES IN GOOD SHAPE. WILL SELL
AT ANY REASONABLE FIGURE. AD
DRESS, THE FLE1SH MANN COMPANV,
427 PLUM STREET. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
2209 Farnam St Douglas 3310.
1916 Chevrolet $260
1916 Meta 260
1915 Cadillac "8."
THE GREATEST GAIN 58,788
In paid want-ads ever made by any
Omaha paper, is the record of THE
OMAHA BEE for 1016.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATB
1 WILL show you how to buy thebesLauto.
mobile on earth for the money; laoo to
$500 lens than Inferior cars are selling, and
Ctvti you 1X5 off fartory print. Write R. W.
Reed, Apt. B. 520 fl. 13th St. Omaha.
1 7-paas. 6 cyl. Franklin $260.00
1 0 oyL Franklin, speedster 260.00
1 slngls cyl motorcycle 16.00
TELL ft B1NKLEY,
1118 Harney St Doug. 1641.
Cash rebate on your auto Insuranos pol
icy if your car Is equipped with
Phone Douglas 3217, 864 Brandels Bldg.
S.OJ3. MOTOR CO. ffiE!
2406 Leavenworth and
Fireproof storage, $6 per month. Day and
night service. Phons Tyles 717.
REBUILT high and low tension magnetoea,
magneto parts and magneto repairs. Mat
toz. 1426 South 16th. Tyler 1113-J.
CBOSSTOWN GARAGE, 316 S. 24th St
Douglas 4442. farts ror tiup zu, Apper
son, Oldsmoblle, L H, C. truck, eta Used
USED CARS AT REAL PRICES
C W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
Douglas 862 MH-ll Farnam St
FOR SALE My ISIS Overland touring. Just
overhauled and rerinisned. Must sacrifice,
as leaving city. Call D. 6661 after 6 p. m.
BAXL and roller bearings all makes of cars,
good as new at half the price. Mat to x,
1426 Bouth 16th. Tyler 111S-J.
CORD" tires" "for Fords, ' 3 0 x37$$. S ; 20l'i
$11,-6. Zwlebel Bros. 1. 4676. 1U Far
WE will trade you a new t uii tar yuur
INDUSTRIAL OARAGE CO
20th and Hsrner. Di-isia till.
FOR SALE Owing to my lrav::..? fltty, Ttj
1016 Overland coupe m for sale, obeap,
cash or payments, Address Apt 801,
FIRST reasonable cash Offer lakes my 1016
Maxwell touring car, just like new. Call
Tyler 1816 after 6 p. m.
13ERTSCHY "Kan -Fix-It" Ho uth east oor
ner 20th and Harney Sts. Douglas 7298.
FRANKLIN ..-passenger, good shape, $100T
ON1S l.fiOO-lb. Bulck truck. He. Blnler. Ill
WANTKI Laut model Blx-cyllndsr roadster
or spoedster. Box 9408, Bee.
Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT r uto repalrlog, "service "car al
waya ready." Omaba Oarag., 8016 Har
ney Bt. Trier 666.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
THB DUN';iT" Auto Rf7yalrand BaTvaVe
Co. W. buy jonk cars. 910 N. 28d. Tel.
$166 reward for magneto we can't repalrT
Colls repaired. Baysdorfer, 210 N. 18tn.
MSB. Antn Radiator R.I) sir Sarrics, and
vrlcwi right, 216 S. nth Bt. D. 1144.
Auto Tires and Supplies.
1 AT V PRICE.
Below Is a partial list sc oar I la 1 vul
16x3 ,...$$.00 $4x4 ....I 0.41
S0x3.,. 6.60 Iki.lt... 11.16
$2x4 .... $.$$ $6x4.... 11.00
2 IN 1 VULCANIZING CO..
1614-1$ Daswapsrt Douglas 2914.
Dr. 8L It Tarry evrea piles, fistula and
othtr rectal diseases wttbewt surgtoal
opera tloa. Cure guaranteed aa4 ps money
paid until cured. Writ) for book on rec
tal diseases with tssUmoniala. DR. IL R.
TARRY. 340 Bee Bldg., Oinaha. Nek.
THE Salvation Army Industrial home so
liclts your old clothing, furniture, maga
zines. Wo collect We distribute. Phone
Doug. 4136 and our wagon will call. Call
and inspect our new home, 111Q-1113-1114
PROFESSIONAL masseur would like s tvw
patrons to treat at their homes. For
ippolntmenla write Oale Otlroy. 3407 Oapt
Itol Ave. or General Del.
ST A ATS INSTITUTE, 1601 Harney; mue
oular massage; baths of all kinds. Open
from 0 a. m. to 0 p. m. Doug. WT.
THB ORBATBST OAIN 4I.T18
Omaha paper, Is the record of THB
OMAHA BEE for 1016.
BEST RESULTS LOWEST RATE
SulpTii7r7steam and euralyyptus baths for
chronic diseases; extra attendant for ladles
and gtntlemen.4(tl-l Rose Bldg. Ty. 2363.
MISS NASHTbRUGMAN scientific masseuse
and lath.103Karbach Blkjted a?!.
RUin UKlaujpceaifuny treated without e
surgical eperstton. Call or write Dr
Frank IL Wray, $0$ Bee Bldg.
DR. BUR KB,
OMAHA'S MEN'S SPUrCIALIST.
21$ CROUNSE BLK OPPOSITE P0- aaal
MISSES LILLY AND GOULD Bath, mas
saga 1318 Farnam 8t Phons Doug. 1410
LliElXAWEBSTER," masseuse. 611 Paxton
Blk., 10 a. m. to 8 pm. Red2400.
YOUNG- couple with no children want baby
to board. Tel. Web. 6211.
SCIENTIFIC massage, 620 Bee Bldg. Phone
WANT to adopt or raise a small baby.
G. L. G. of New Orleans: Communicate with
HI at ones,
Manicuring and mass. 1622 Farnam. Rm. 10.
REAL ESTATE J'RANSFERS
Magic City Realty Co. to Ye f rosin la
Taslrh, Thirtieth street aevenly f-et
South of (J street, east stde, 80x60. 2 600
Fred Vornkahl to James Dolan, Parker
street, 100 feet east of Forty-eighth
street, north side, 100x160 160
Sarah L. Powell to A. W. Powell. Thlr.
ty-flfth street 236 feet south of
Leavenworth, west side 40x126.... 1
Julia Johnson and husband to Abe
Romberg, Cass street, 100 root east
of Thlrty-aUth street north side,
Margaret M. Burke to William J.
Travers, Dewey avenue, 190 feet
west of Twenty-sixth street, north
aide. 08x120 1
The Khull Land Co. to John M. Kemp
Twenty-fifth street 360 feet north of
Woolworth avenue, east side, 60x120;
Twenty-fifth street 1&0 feet south of
Poppleton avenue, east Bid, 60x126. 2,000
Harvey Menard to Anton Nejdl, Second
street 166 feet north of Grovec
street west side, 60x118 212
F. J. McShane, Jr., sheriff, to Hattle
M. Williams, Grant street, 106 feet
east of Thirtieth street, sooth side,
26x124 . S00
Notice Is hereby given that the annual
meeting of ths stockholders of the Omaha
Gas Company will be held at the office of
the Company, 1600 Howard Bt, at 10:30 a
m., Monday, January 16th, 1017, for ths
election of Directors for ths ensuing year,
and for the transaction of such other busi
ness as may come before the meeting.
FRANK T. HAMILTON, 'resident.
GEO. W. C LAB A UGH, Secretary.
The annual meeting of ths stockholders of
The Bee Building Company will be held st
the office of that comoany at Omaha st 4
o'clock P. M. on Tuesday, January 16, 1017,
for the purpose of electing directors for ths
onauiria vear and the transaction of sneh
other business as may properly corns before
By order of the President,
N. P. i'filL, Secretary.
L. Reel, Railroad
Contractor, Passes Away
Word was received by relatives of
the death Monday morning of Joseph
L. Reel of Oklahoma City, Oki Mr.
Reel was widely known in this sec
tion of the country as a railroad con
tractor, lie had charge of the grad
ing of the Sioux City & Northwest
ern and did similar work on the Mis
souri Pacific in and around Omaha.
He is survived by four sons, John
of Omaha, William of Sioux City,
Frank of Oklahoma City and Sam
uel of Boise, and two daughters, Mrs.
Alice Simpson of Oakland, Cat, and
Mrs. Emma Spatlen of Chanute, Kan.
He is also survived by ten grandchil
dren and three great grandchildren,
mostly of Omaha. At the time of his
death he was 80 years of age. He was
a member of the Grand Army of the
Republic. Burial will be in the fam
ily lot at Sioux City.
Benson Rifle Club Ends
Shoot With Medal Awards
Priies were awarded the winners in
a six months' tournament completed
by the Benson Rifle club Tuesday
evening at its range.
George Stoltcnberg, the winner of
numerous rifle matches in this local
ity, donated three medals last
uilv. He shot throughout the tourna-
I fiicrit, easily leading the club, but
I at 'he last shoot, Tuesday evening, he
ritvlrcw irom the contest, allowing
ca- 'i nan to step up a notch on the
score book. However, he was awarded
j si'vrr loving cup as leader. Scores
Omii-k gtnttonberg, silver crop. 2844
C. L. Carlson, gold mada I. 2481
Frank Under, silver medal. 2424
Proo Daley, bronze medal 24113
City to Move Against All
Who Fail to Clear Walks
City Commissioner Jardine notes
that many property owners and ten
ants have failed to clear their side
walks of ice which formed from the
recent snow. He adds that during
the last week this ice has been in a
condition which made removal easy.
He will instruct the sidewalk depart
ment to proceed against those who
have failed to observe the law on this
8loan's Liniment applied to a sore, cut,
wonnd or bruise, prevents infection and
blood poison. 25ct All druggists. Adv.
MAD BOAR CANNOT
KEEP TEXAN AWAY
Dad Dornblazer Swore He
Would Oo to Omaha in Spite
of All tho Hogs.
HE'S WITH FARMERS' UNION
An attack, made upon him by a
vicious boar in his hog lots down in
TeNas. could nol keep O. V Dorn
blazer from attending the convention
of the Nebraska Farmers' Educational
and Co-Operative State Union in
Mr. Dornblarer is national organ
izer for the union. He is 75 years
old. has been married fifty-six years,
and has been a booster of the Farm
ers' union ever since its inception.
Hut during his talk to the 750 dele
gates gathered in the Auditorium he
limped slightly in proceeding back
and forth over the stage. Down in
Texas the swine still have a little of
the fighting blood of the old Texas
wild hog in them, so when 'Dad"
Dornblaier stepped into his hog lot
the other day. the old boar popped
up his bristles and made for him. In
the melee the old gentleman got
horned a little by the big ivory tusks,
and then severely wrenched his knee
in leaping over a fence to get clear.
But he rubbed the knee faithfully
with liniment from the topmost shelf
in the kitchen, and swore he would
go to Omaha in spite of all the hogs
Farmer la Goat.
So here he was Wednesday morn
ing, declaring in loud tones that the
dealer gets the farmer going and com.
ing, and that the only remedy is or
ganization and that organization
through the Farmer' union. He de
clared the fanner is the greatest pro
ducer of weallh in the United States,
pointed out that the government said
so in its reports, "and then," he said,
"after telling us we are the greatest
producers of wealth, they turned
around and passed a federal farm loan
act to loan money to the farmers,
thereby showing clearly that we don't
get all we produce, or we wouldn't
need this help."
The Clay Center Farmer's union
orchestra is here with a half dozen or
more pieces, and music abounded
when the convention opened.
W. F. Baxter of Omaha delivered
the address of welcome and H. C
E wood of Creighton responded.
C. S. Bassett of Atlanta, Ga., na
tional president of the Farmers'
union, made the convention a co-operation
talk just before the noon hour.
Growth in Omaha.
State President Gustafson in his
address in the afternoon showed
something of the growth of the ex
change in Omaha where goods are
dispensed to the farmers. He showed
that during IV 15 the business (lone
bv the exchanue amounted to $J00.-
000, and during 1916 it reached the
$1,000,000 mark. In the single item
of binder twine alone, he said, 2,250,
000 pounds were sold in 1915 and 4,-
7UO.U0O pounds in 1916.
He reviewed the growth of the or
ganization, showing that in 1911 the
first local was organized in the state;
that in December, 1913, the state
union was organized, with 245 locals
and 5,000 membeis; that in 1914
there were 460 locals, with 11,000
members; that January 1, 1916, there
were 731 locals, with 20,000 members,
and that at present there are 1,024
locals in the state, with a total mem
bership of 30,000; that in 1915 there
were eleven counties organized; that
January 1, 1916, tl ere were eighteen
counties organized, and tnat at pres
ent there are thirty-four counties or
On the subject of schools and edu
cation President Gustafson said:
"The farmer does not demand special
privileges. We are only demanding
that we may spend our own money
to educate our children, and we re
sent all attempts made by the 'boss
educators' to say how and where our
children shall be educated. If every
farmer in Nebraska only knew what
the program of these 'boss educators'
is and what the results would be if
their program is carried through
they would surely get busy at once
and do all in their power to block
The farmers arc here for a three
days' session. About 750 attended
the opening session in the morning
and it is expected that nearly 1,500
delegates will be present before the
close of the convention.
Embargo On Grain to
Seaboard Points Lifted
Omaha railroad freight officials arc
advised that the embargo on ship
ments to Boston and New York has
been lifted, particularly as applied to
grain. It is reported several large
freighters have arrived at these ports
and are taking on loads for England,
Norway and Sweden. The embargo,
however, probably will be replaced
before the end of another week.
Word has reached Omaha that the
congestion at New Orleans and Gal
veston is pretty well cleared up and
that of each' of these ports there is
considerable elevator space available
for grain. As a result large ship
ments are going south over the Mis
souri Pacific and Rock Island.
Butler Studies Geography
While Confined in Hospital
J. P. Butler, city gas commissioner,
is taking advantage of his con
valescent period at St. Catherine's
hospital, by studying the geography
of the world. Colonel Heafey sent a
book of European geography.
One of the ambitions of Mr. But
ler's life was to know the rivers,
mountains, countries, cities, lakes,
seas, and other divisions of mundane
lanl and water.
Now he believes he could stand at
the head of any geography class. Mr.
Butler suffered a compound fracture
of a leg several months ago. He ex
pects to be able to return home within
a few weeks.
Newspaper Woman Named
As State Food Inspector
Marie O'Donnell Weekes, editor
and owner of the Norfolk Press, has
received the appointment of state
food inspector. The Omaha Wom
an's club petitioned Governor Neville
to appoint a woman on the food in
NEW PRESIDENT OF THE
JtASBi IksD7car Cow
Rabbi Frederick Colin of Omaha
was elected president of the Nebraska
State Association of Charities and
Corrections at the annual meeting,
which closed at the Undell hotel in
Lincoln Tuesday. Father Stenson and
K. F. Sehreiber, also of Omaha, were
elected first vice president and secre
tary. Mrs. C. H. Dietrich of Has
tings is second vice president and
Miss Mary Fuller of Beatrice treas
urer. Three new members named on the
executive committee are Dr. J. H.
Mayhew and Judge Lincoln Frost of
Lincoln and Mrs. Hugh La Master of
Custodial farms for Nebraska was
the most important subject discussed
at the conference. Resolutions ask
ing the state legislature to pass a
hill providing for the establishment
of such farms were adopted. W. H.
Whittakcr, superintendent of the
workhouse at Washington, D. C, was
the chief speaker.
Among those who attended the con
ference from Omaha were Miss Es
ther Johnson, Mrs. F. H. Cole, Mrs.
C. W. Hayes, "Gus" Miller, K. F.
Sehreiber, T. F. Sturgess and E. D.
Is Charged With
Charged with having defrauded the
Standard Scales company of $500,
Marion C Carrot, a former salesman
for the concern, has been bound over
to the district court on a charge of
embezzlement under bonds in the
sum of $580. The alleged offense
took place last April when Carroll is
said to have aold several seta of scales
to farmers without having turned in
the money. Jacob Baar, manager of
the concern, swore to the complaint
Clark Austin, a negro, who shot
and killed Cecil Smith, another negro,
on January 6, has been bound over
on a, charge of first degree murder.
Dodder Leaves Estate
Worth Fifty Thousand
Edward Lanning Dodder, the well
known Omaha undertaker and lodge
man who took his own life last week,
leaves a $50,000 estate.
Petitions for a special administrator
and for the probate of th will have
been filed with the county court by
A. S. Churchill, the family attorney.
The widow, Delia Dodder, who is
to have the bull; of the. estate, asks
to be appointed special administratrix.
The late undertaker owned real
estate in Omaha value! at $15,000 and
in other states worth $20,00. His per
sonal property is estimated at $15,000.
Though the widow receives all of
the estate, with th exception of
$1,000 left to a 21-ycar-old daughter,
Lucile Dodder, two minor children,
Eloise, 5 years old, and Edward, 2
years old, are also named : heirs
in the etition.
It is set forth that Mr. Dodder at
the time of his death had outstanding
accounts of $336, as well as $3,000 in
the bank, in the undertaking establish
ment's .lame, and tha' it is "decidedly
best for all that the business be kept
going, at least for the present."
Farmers Subscrioe to
Federal Farm Loan Bank
Farmers of Nebraska and vicinity
not only expect to benefit by the new
Omaha federal farm loan bank, but
are anxious to insure its success by
purchasing stock in 'he institution.
Hundreds of letters are pouring in
upon Collector of Internal Revenue
Loom is from farmers subscribing for
small blocks of the $750,000 of
Two more thousand-dollar sales
were recorded yesterday, when
Charles L. Deuel and Blanch Deuel
each subscribed for $1,000 of the
issue. Both are of this city.
Salesman Killed by Train
Will Be Buried Thursday
Fnneral services for Fred A. Max-
field, 2224 Sherman avenue, who was
killed by a train in Council Bluffs
Monday, will be held Thursday aft
ernoon it 2:30 at Hoffman s funeral
home. Interment will be in Prospect
; I wish to announce
that I am now th only "
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