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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER-16, 1918.
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LOST FOUND REWARDS
OMAHA COUNCIL BLUFFsVsTREET
Peraons having loat sums articles
would do well to call at the offtcea of
the Omaha A Council Bluffs Street Rail
way companyno ascertain whet her, they
left It In the street car.
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erty west of 20th and east of 41st
streets. Part cash, part trade. W. Fr-nam-Smlth
& vCo., Douglas 5(4. 1320
FarnaVn St. . .
LOST Diamond ear screws between Well
ington Inn and Fifteenth and Harney
streets. Reward If returne&d to room
227, Wellington Inn.
hojse with buggy ran away
o'clock Monday evening. Flndr
please return to Frank Schultz, 68th and
L sts. Reward.
SPARE tire or
from 9 1 to 5.
rim of Dodge car. Call
Douglas S162 and receive
LOST Some time laat spring, two $50
Liberty- bonds of second Issue, numbers
3488742 and 349S743. Liberal reward.
Phone Douglas 8138.
LOST Folding purse containing $226 near
the Exchange drug store on
. Liberal reward If returned
I Capitol Ave.
DEATHS & FUNERACNOTICKS
. LARSON Albert O., at
Michigan. Saturday. Oct,
23 years. Mr. Larson Is survived by his
mother, Mrs. J. E. Larson: five sisters,
Mrs. J. J. Kerrgan. Mrs. It. H. Christ
lanson, Mrs. I. K. Petersen, Htlma.
Helen and Mildred of Omaha; one
brother, J. B. Larson, Jr., Camp Hum
FunerIfrom residence of his mother,
4501 No. Fourteenth street, Wednesday,
October 16. 19H, at 4 p. in., military
funeral. Interment Forest Lawn ceme
JKNSEN. Asltel. aged 3i years, died at
Ills home In Avery Sunday morning.
Funeral from the residence Tuesday at
3 p. in. Rev. C. 17. Wilson officiating.
Uurlal in Graccland Park cemetery. Mr
Jensen Is survived by his wife and
parent Mr. and Mr. P. C. Jensen of
Avery und two sisters, Mrs. Andiew
Fredetlcksen und Mrs. J. M. Jensen of
UUtJliES Eddie (I.. ago 41 years, Octo
ber IS. Services at residence of his sis
ter, MrsA, K. Klotx. 1809 Lothrop St.,
Thursday at 10 a. m. Interment Holy
Sepulchor , cemetery. Deceased Is sur
vived by his wife and two sons. Arthur
and Raymond; his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Selfert; one sister. Mrs. A.
K. KloU, and two brothers, Waller and
Ralph, all of Omaha,
: iToRThTlL Roy H., October 13. 191S,
ttga 23 years,
i Funeral from the residence of his
father, .1. W, Shorthlll, 4912 Douglas
street, Wednesday, October 16, 1918, at
2 o'clott p. m. Public service at Forest
i MAlXl?YJesse"7?arl, died Monday, Octo-ber-41,
nged S6 years.
Funeral servlco Wednesday, October
19, at the residence, 1617 Kvans street,
under the auspices of Capitol Lodg
J. No. t, A. F. & A. M. Interment For-x
. est Lawn' cemetery
LANOE Mrs. 1'auW M.. formerly Miss
Amelia Ellison, Oetobs14, 1918, ago
Funeral Wednesday at 2 . m. from
.Tohr.son & Swahson's chapel, 2204 Cum
ing street. Interment Forest Lawn.
LARlTlN ReJ, Wallace, age if years.
Funeral from the Cole-McKay Com
pany parlors, 2016 Farnam street, Tues-
day at 11 a. m. Friends welcome.
CARD OF THANKS.
" Wa wish to thank our many frleiuis and
neighbors, and especially the Mutual Live
5toclt Commission Company. Royal Arca
num, Knights and Ladles of Security, and
employes of th Union Stock Yards Co ,
for the sympathy and beautiful floral of
ferings during the sickness and death of
Mr. Raymond Bernard Mrs. Raymond
Bernard and. Kamlly, MrV Roy Bernard,
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bernard.
12 1918 age-" L'-J,- 1 LiittLtv yui uciuuua luihhiuih
OlllS ami Nllll, ttiwu icvcijjib,
reward. Colfax 2867.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS
7 " Hltlrtlis and Ueaths.
.. Births Guy and Clandia Davis, 2561
Jones street, loy; Henry and Dora Kal-
- hoon. 2828 Oak street, girl; George and
Kathcrlne Kllson, 1408 North Forty-first
street, boy; Severiir and Anna Nelson.
4219 Emmet street, girl; Clarence and
Kva Crelghton, 1107 South Fourteenth
treet, boy; Nelson and 'Clssarene Man
ning, 1S41 North Twanty-fourth street,
girl;.K.- O. and Dagmar Knutsen, 2814
-Mason street, boy; Richard and Amelia
Hykora. 6846 South -Twentieth street,
girl; Nlls and Agnes Nllseu, 110? South
Thirty-third , street, boy; Michael and
Mart Cahill, 4318 North Twenty-seventh
'treet, girl; Francis and Emma Shlvely.
: Larimore avemm, girl,
deaths Joseph Waslkoskl, 7 months,
' 4219 South' Thirty-ninth street; Rev. J.
W.- Larkln, 61, Wellington inn; Margaret
F, Odle, I, 2608 North Nineteenth street;
Orval Clark, 3. 2502 Y street; Baby Gore
lech, 23 days, 2010 Clark street; Rosarla
I'.occnport. months, 1141 North Seven
teenth street; Harry B. Mears. 2. 1231
South Eleventh street: William A. Green.
48, 1405 Jackson street; Myrtle Watson.
S, 1002 Grace street: L. S. Carr. 60, hos
pital; Anna M. Shanahan, 24, 3347 South
Seventeenth street; Salvator Boesor, 2,
1116 South Fourteenth street; Mrs. Minnie
Hhukert, 40, Thirteenth and Center
treet; Annayilarder, 31. hospital; Wil
liam Sauer, 2S. hospital; Herman 1.
Johnson, 2". hospital; Fanny Hlndley, 76,
hospital; Aksel .Jensen, 80, hospital;
Prank- Gandutis, 34, 6215 South Thlrty
firat street: Fred Fait, 25, 3016 Sprtnif
treat; Hugh Scanlon. 31, hospital; Alfred
Krelsman, 28, hrapltaT; Anton B. Ncpper.
27, hospital; Edna XM. Gross, 22. 3104
South ,ThlrteentrstrsUK; Luolla O. Walk
er, 7, 1711 South Elfthteenth street;
James R. Saunders, 30, 2022 Ohio street:
Stella Anderson, 28, 3713 Saratoga street;
.Mario M. Brannm, 7. Millard. Neb.; An
tonla Pcsek 28. 1407 Southj Fiftenth
street: Samuel Sutter, 29.MU North
Twentieth street; Regnal K. Saunders,
.23. Jefferson Barracks; Joseph Lodoger,
29, 1435 South Fourteenth streetf John E,
Qulnn, 25, 4225 Farnsm street.
v Permltt to wed have been Issued to the
Name and Residence. Age
Percy P. Sml'h. Des Moines, la :I7
Ethel Stone. Dea Moines. Ia 21
. Lo'bio P. Bowman, Omaha 46
ttochelle Campbell. Council Bluffs, la.. 33
Glen Bockhackcr. Omaha 23
L'velyn Johnson, Omaha 13
Robert F. Bush. Wlnterset, la 6J
N-era M. Armstrong, Wlnterset la.... 35
Monroe Cheeks, Omafca 38
' Beulah Banks, Omaha 27
JohJf" R.' Kelly. Bancroft, Neb. . . .a-verJl
. Na S. Pottof, Burlington. Ia... over 18
Livingston Falrbank. Chicago, HL.over 21
Miriam P. Boyce. Omaha over 18
Games Dortch. Omaha 19
; Minnie Pete, Omaha 19
"T1 NOTICJJ TO SHR1NERS.
Complying wltk the order of the city
health department prohibiting' large In
door meetings. Tangier temple ' has ln
' , definitely postponed until furttier notice
the reception and dancln, party which
was to be held at Masonic temple,
W Thursday evenim?TOctober 17. Henry H,
Krugert Potentate. "
MONUMENTS & CEMETERIES.
m-pot i a w ic nttr avmuathetic aervlce
v'th sudden sorrow; perpetual care; no
assessments; lota on tasy terms. W. 820.
. fHa larg-st display of monumenta In the
United . States. FRANK SWOBODA.
' IJisja S 13th. Phone Douglas 1879-6216
. HtJLSE & RIEPEN
Pioneer Funeral Directors
101 Sa. lStrTSt. Phone Doug. 122
HOFFMAN FUNERAL ROME.
Bnffmsn mtnllty service rosts less
' S4tk and Dodga. Douglas 1901.
iTACiy & FALCONER
' Independent tVndertakers. $3d-Far.
ff. U-Fere. Mgr., 23d and Cumlngs Sta
Vhons Douglas 77. auio amouianc.
ihlamer 1411 Farnem fit Har. 391
TT?PT T A PUT fiM
if Doustaj St ' Duueiaa 8244.
LOST Brown fur neck piece, made by
Aulabaugh. Libertl reward. Telephone
LOST A bunch of keys; reward. Otto
Llnde caro of the Union Outfitting
LOST 19-jewel Howard watch; honest
Tinder return to P. A. Grlswold, Flatlron
LOST Gladstone bag on Calhoun road
jrTTrth of Florence; reward. R. G.
' Smith, 1725 Howard St. v
SPARE tire or rim of Dodge car Finder
please call Douglas 3162 and receive reward.
LOST A bunch
of keys near
LOST A bank book (34224) of Conserva
tive Bldg and Loan. Call Walnut 1090
Furniture and Household Goods.
STARTLING tjALfc OK STANDARD
VALUES IN FURNITURE.
The State FurrJturo company Is this
week offering Behie startling bargains
on standard values In furniture. If you
, are in need of a new dresser, on exten
sion table, dining room chairs, parlor
piece, furniture, heating or cooking
stove, our prices this week will surely
convince you of superior values for the
low dollar. We make a specialty uf
complete home outfits, also hotels and
rooming houses.! Railroad fares re
funded to out-of-town buyers within 60
'miles of Omaha on purchase of JJ0 or
STATE FURNITURE CO.
14th and Dodge Sts. Opp. U. P. Bldg
furnTturb a har"dvvarb bargains
Beds, springs, mattresses dressers
chiffoniers, tables, chairs, china and
kitchen cablnels. ruga and linoleum,
trunks and suit cases, gas stoves and Ice
boxes, full lines screen wire poultry net
ting, garden tools. 1839-47 North 24th
St. Tel Web 1607. Open till 9 p m
JcTC"AL"TRUTFr"FOR BA RGA1NS Full
line of furniture, gas and coal oil stoves
rugs, baby carriages, trunks, etc. Loyal
Kurn. Co.. 223 N 16th
OAK folding bed with iung glass, in per
fect condition. Harney 634.
WANTED TO BUY.
WE buy waste paper and pay good prices
Phone or write Omaha Paper Stock Co
HOOVERIZE! Save 25 per cent by buy
Ing clothing and furnishings from D B
Gross, corner lfrth and Chicago.
TRIVATE ttahles for parties at Holmes'
AWNINGS AND PORCH FURNITURE
Auto touring tents and camping supplies.
SCOTT-OMAHA TENT & AWNING CO
Brass and Iron Foundries.
27th and Martha Sts.. Omaha. Neb.
Brass, bronze aluminum and machine
gray Iron castings.
ACCORDEO.V, side, knife, sunburst, box
pleating, covered buttons all sizes and
styles; hemstitching, plcot edging, eye
let cut work, but ton holes, pennants
IDEAL BUTTON AND PLEATING CO.,
300-308 Brown Bldg.. Phone D. 1936.
hemstitch'ing, Flea ting, buttons
G U. VanArnam Pleating Co..
S36-7 Paxton Block Phone Doug. 3109
Douglas 31 2X. ,
Baggage and Express
THE ONLY WAYDoug'lnnsB295B
TH EOMA II A TR ANSFER CO.'
REPnr.LIC AUTO EXPRESS COMPANY
oil! haul everything for you. Packages
ls than-20 lbs., 15 cents, tf. 7453
AUWOOD; livestock and general hauling.
Telephone Walnut 3073
Dr. J C. Lawrence, Balid Bldg. D. 8461
SP1NOGRAPH. "DrEdwards. 24th, Farnam
FULL dress suits for rent. 109 N 16th St.,
opposite Postoftcp John Feldman.
JATiFeS ALLAN. 312
dence secured in nJ
Neville Blk. Evi
cases. Tyler 1136.
Fixtures and Wirng.
$10 WILL buy a square 10-ft extension,
ns new; big bargain.
Pianos and Musical Instrum.nts.
dinning. Nroom table. 1030 South 2sth st.1 PILES fistula and other rectal dis
eases cured without surgical oper
ation. Cure guaranteed. Write for
book on rectal diseases with testi
monials. DR. E. R. TARRY,
240 ee Bldg., Omaha.
The Best Place to Buy
Good Used Pianos.
All used instruments are thor
oughly overhauled in our com
pletely equipped repair depart
ment, making it possible for us
to guarantee used players, pianos
and organs the same as new high
A partial list of bargains on
hand today, This list changes
constantly. Write or phone us
for the one you prefere. Will
make comfortable terms.
Stultz & Bauer piano, rose
wood .7 $175
.Cable Nelson piano, oak.... $285
Kingsburypiano, walnut $185
Macey & Camp piano, oak.. $225
Berrywood piano, oak. ...... .$175
Pianos For Rent
,'At lowest prices: special rates
to those who rent for the season.
-Six months' rent allowed if pur
chased. Piano Tuning
Done by experts and guaran
teed by us. Charges reasonable.
Special price for yearly contract.
Call or phone for particulars.
A HOSPE CO.,
Established-4874. 1513 Douglas St.
Hoxrn Hnlhrnrcipn PIAN0
OF THE VJUtUIallbCll PLAYER.
A. HOSPE 4 CO., 131 Douglas have pianos
to rent at 13.50 per month, or will sell
on easy terms
We rent, lepalr, sell needles and parts
of all sewing machines.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
15th and Harney Stav Doug. 1662.
Store and Office Fixtures.
TEN cars used lumber, 625 and up per M
New roofing, J1.25 to $1 75. Doors, $2
up. Electrlct motors and machinery. H
Gross Lumber and Wrecking Co., 21st
and Paul afreets, Omaha.
WE buy. sell and make desks, safes, show
cases, shelving, etc. Omaha Fixture A
Supply Co. 11th (and Douglas. D. 2724.
FOR SALE Hardware stock anJ fixtures
(astern Nebraska Address Box 463
ONE 60-inch roll-top office, desk and ch:
less than half cost. Fhone Har. 383.
Typewriters and Supplies.
TYPEWRITERS, all makes, sold, rented
THE W. N. LONG) COMPANY.
1915 Farnam. TeL D. 3969.
ADDING MACHINES, all makes' bought
rented and sold.
CENTRAL TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
1905 FARNAM ST.
WE BUY, sell or exchange typewriters;
guar, typewriters 110 and up Write for
list. Midland Typewriter Co., 1404 Dodge.
RENT an Oliver Typewriter, three months
for 16.00. Oliver Agency, 1905 Farnam
8treet. City. 4
ONE (-column Burroughs adding machine
for sale at a bargain.
1005 FARNAM ST.
Lumber and Building Material
SAIDSTONE Blocks for sale. Phone
Douglas 34. r
FOR SALE 200 shares American Tele
graphone stock for J 176 00, and l'J"0
shares Sammies Oil for 1185.00. and luCO
Hoffmsn Oil A Refining for $100.00. A.
L. Delbel, Boatmens Bank Building, Hi.
FOR SALE 20 car loads of cabbage. Mar
ket price all tba time. Writs or wire
Howard Kubolera. Bog 108. Kimball.
Oil AHA PILLOW CO. Feathers staauKd.
renovated and made up In new feather
proof ticking 197 Cuming Doug 2467.
INDIAN MOTORCYCLE In good condi
tion; -speed 1917 model. 3019 R St.
POTATOES for sale In car lots. Write, or
i wire Hlostrum Bros.. Marcus, la.
WILL trade for a house and lot. or sell
fr rash, about 4.00t pairs of men's
ladles' and children's shoes: must act
quick. C. C Broome. It North Main
6t Council Bluffs. , , - s,
TAT TPITTKr Electric washing machines.
L' AilVllX electric Irons and reading
lamps. j!223 Cuming St. Douglas 2519
KEEPS, HuTEL ROME private leesuns
Phone Douglas 25I or Harney 2792.
HEIP WANTED M.ALE.
Stores and Offices.
GOVERNMENT needs hundred clerks for
Income tax, customs'. Internal revenue.
Examinations soon. Salary $1,200-2,000.
Experience unnecessary. For free par
ticulars regarding examinations, write
J. C. Lonard, formei '"Mvi! Service
Examiner) 2525 Kenois Bldg., Washington.
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper for large
wholesale house; glvA reference and ex
perlence. All replies confidential. Box
45S1, Omaha Bee.
WANTED Two mala stenographers for
government position out of city, big
wages. U. 8. Department of Labor, 1118
Farnam St. Call for Mr. Colin.
BOOKKEEPERS, $150, $135, $125, $100;
stenographer and secretary, $125;
stenographer and clerk, $100.
WATTS REF. CO., 1138 1st Nat'l Bk.
BOOKKEEPER, small office, uptown,
$125. Western Reference & Bond Assn.
FLORIST WANTED Good wages at Hen
derson the Florist, 1519 Farnam St.
Professions and Trades.
Apply in person to the
superintendent of trans
portation, second floor,
- Bank Bldg., Omaha..
OMAHA & COUNCIL
RAILWAY CO. -
PRINTER WANTED Fur foreinauship
county seat paper in town of 2,000; two
mej-on juli in five years; well equip
ped office; start right manat $24, more
when "shown." Till all first letter or
phone. J. P. O'Furey, HartiiiKton, Neb.
Dr. Bradbury No pain. 921 W.O.iy. Bldg
Tafl's Denial Jims..' 30? Rose Bldg. D.21S6
FILM developed, rolls 10c; packs, 15c:
one-day service. Kasa Studio, Neville
OmVha Towel "Supply 2"075. 11th. D. 582.
Waters - Ba r n h h r t i ' t ir Co .7" 4 1 4S 1 3th St
at W. A. PIKL'S, lSlh and Farnam.
TWO barbwrs wanted1 at once; $20 guar
antee and 6ii tier cent over :); good
for an nvsragu of $M per week for
first class man. Address A. (". l'eters,
-411 Norfolk av., Norfolk. Neb.
WANTED Forehian for packing house
construction, carpenter and general re
pair work: furnlfch references. Box Y
712. Omaha, Hee.
s-HOOJI bouse, 270S Seward St.; 6-rooni
flat, 1604 N. 24th St., good condition.
$lt. Red 6S2.
THREE trimmers fr tops and general
automobile lvork. Thomas F. .English.
WANTED Upholsterer fur furniture de
partment liox 41405 Hee.
WANTED Two irtat" cutter-,, "Apply
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Professions and Trades.
NOW A WAR
LEARN LOCAL AND
Good salary paid while learning. Per
manent positions open; excellent oppor
tunity for advancement; get Into essen
tial war winning work.
APPLY TO C. F. LAMBERT,
NEBRASKA TELEPHONE CO..
1807 DOjUGLAS ST.
' 725 GIRLS
' WANTED "
Fof packing and labeling
Full or half day work.
12th & DAVENPORT
Household and Domestic.
WANTED By a young man, a house
keeper, a lady without children pre
ferred. Not much worl: to do. but
must be neat and clean. If $ou live
in the city, give phone number. Tri
flers save your stamps. Box 11655, Oma
WANTED Experienced maid No. 2 Col
bert apariment; :;9th and Farnam; two
In family. Mrs. Edward Hayden. Phone
WHITE girl wanted for domestic work,
two in family. Must go home nights:
high wages Colfax 451. 2S68 Vane
Salesmen and Solicitors. ,
WANTED Salesmen lo appirint per
manent retail ngenctes for extra high
grade, desirable line of talking ma
chines in Nebraska and western Iowa;
sales guaranteed with agreement to take
back unsold machines; high Viressure
men. accustomed to largo profits can
make an exceptionally satlsfiury and
permanent aonnoction. See l.usk or
v Detrick Thursday and Friday, Hotel
WANTED Girl ti go to school and assist
with housework, best of wages; no
washing or cleaning. EInrney 4924.
two. Mu't be neat and good cook.
Thone Doug. 1940 or Harney. 6848.
COMPETENT girl for general housework.
Two In family. Good wages. No wash
ing. Walnut S303.
WANTED A good glrj for general house
work, congenial surroundings. Call Har-
references. Mrs XV 3. Ilynes. Harney
WANTED A boy over 17 lo barn trunk
and case making. Frellng it Steltile.
ISO 3 Farnam St
Dledrlck, P. L. 216 S 20th. "Tailor, T. 2432.
DT A M ONITiQ VV(i pfly the 1est p"0
UlXl.lJlJJiJ kMi privilege to buv
back at small profit. GROSS JEWELRY
CO.. 402 N 1 tith. Red 60S1.
DR. MABEL WESSON.
614 Brandels Bldg.
T. 2960. H. 4741.
BARGAINS 1212 Farnam.
J. J. Deright Safe Co.
PATENTS procured, bought and sold,
ternatlonal Patent Co.. 683 Brandels.
STURGES & STURGES. U. S. and foreign
Patents and trademarks. 330 Bee Bldg
WEDDING announcements and printing"
DmiTlas Printing Co T! Doueias 644
MUST SELL at once at a sacrifice. Ga
rage bringing a good business, repair
ing and storace. For prica and terms
ca.ll Doutr. 2832.
CONFECTIONERY, fruit, soda fountain
and Ice cream business for sale; In
voice of stock and fixtures, $1,500; must
be sold at once on account of death of
owner. Oscar Bloom, administrator,
THREE-chalr barber shop for sale; god
proposition for a barber wanting to lo
cate. Write C. C. Neighbors. Pierce.
FOR SALE 400 pairs of ladies' shoes:
Oxfords and Pumps, the Maxine make.
Must sell for cash. Address G. Wlblemo,
Parker, S. D.
HAND laundry with five-room bungalow,
In connection, doing good business.
Owner in draft, full particulars. Tel.
PARTNER WANTED for established
cigar, soft drink and billiard pariorN
SiTLATlON WANTED Age S; 7 years'
experience as adjuster for an insur
ance company. Salary, $175. J. N. An
derson, 2016 J St., University Place.
EXPEKIENCEDmechanic, ail around
truck driver and floor man desires po
sition. Phone Webster 2493. Call after
6 p. m.
EXP. bookkeeper, married and draft ex
empt, desires permanent position.
Box 3506, Omaha Bee.
STEAM fitter wants Job In northern Iowa,
has had 5 years' experience In heating
and plumbing. Box Y 709, Omahft Bge.
MANICURIST wishes position or space In
barber shop. Harney 6371.
.. DoiTKlns 4301.
PLAIN and fancy sewing. Webster 2463.
LADY wishes day work. Call Web. 2551
Laundry and Day Work.
4.AUNDRESS wants Mondays. Thursdays.
f and Fridays qjK: also lace curtains
WELL experienced colored lady wants
day k and laundry. Webster 1302.
LAUND.. V work or cleaning wanted by
colored girl. Call Webster 3293
FIRST CLASS col. laundress, good ret
BUNDLES carefully laundered,
deliver. Web. 4283.
REL. col. woman wants day work. Web
LACE CURTAINS and bundles neatly
laundered. Harney 3922.
FIRST class laundress wants day work.
Call Webster 2438.
HELP WANTED MALE.
S.ores and Offices.
for large office, good opportunity for
energetic man, will pay good salary to
start. Please state experience when
BOX 4589. OMAHA BEE.
WANTED Experienced clothing and fur
nishing man and also oneXexperlencd
' dry gcod.i man, out of Immediate draft.
Answer with references, agj and salary
wanted Good salary and I permanent
positions t rlnht en. Lewenberg and
Buck. Albion. NeB.
FOR hank pes Hons see the Walters o.,
j 1421 First Kat'l Bank Bldg. .Tyler .
ents and Canvassers.
SALESMEN Only old line company is
suing new unrestricted full legal reserve
disability policies at popular prices,
paying agent large Initial commission
and liberal perpetual renewals. Re
sources three-MUarter million. Classes
AA to D written. Business men buy
quick in preference to assessment
''Business men's association" policies of
higli priced old line policies. General
and district agencies open. Esclusive
territory. Real contract. Employers
Indemnity Corporation, Kansas City.
WANTED Driver for Ford Grocery truck;
(hall not Ue In draft. Apply in person
after 7 p. m. 26lh and Blonelo Sts.
EX P E rTkNC ED truck "driver Vanted-Ap
ply Cudahy Plg. Co.. Uth nnd .Tones St.
. WE WILL FAY GOOD WAGES
FOR MEI AND STRONG BOYS
FRED KRUG PRODUCTS CO.
OMAHA ALFALFA MILLING
WANTED .Men 19 to 60 years old for
general - yard work, steady work for
good men. Apply timekeeper. Union
Stock Yards Co.. South Omaha.
BE a detective. Excellent opportunity:
good pay; travel Write C. T. Ludwlg.
H75 Westnver Ride. Kansas ritv Mo
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
WANTED Young ladies to learn how to
operate Comptometers and Burroughs
Calculating and bookkeeping machines
A good position absolutely guaranteed
to every graduate. Time required to
complete course. 6 weeks to 3 months
Day and evening classes. Call and see
us or '-lephote Douglas "415 for par
ticulars. DWORAK SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING,
Second Floor Wead Bldg..
I S$h Ond Farnam Sts.
GOVERNMENT needs 12.000 women clerks.
Omaha examinations November 2 Sal
ary $1,200 Experience unnecessary.
Women desiring government positions
write for free particulars. J C. Leon
ard (former civil servic examiner),
625 Kenois Building, Washington.
K B. X. operator, $C5-$70.
Billing clerk, $65.
THE MARTI COMPANY,
1126 W. O. WBldg.
OMAHA CHAMBER OF "COMMERCE
Women's Employment Bureau.
Services free to employer and em
ployee. 'Phone your wants to Mrs
Walker. Tyler 1234.
GIRL to work in engineering otfice; must
be willing to leaivn some bookkeeping
and typist work; excellent opportunity
for right girl. Box 3627. Omaha Bee.
GOVERNMENT appointing thousands of
girls, women. $1,100 year. ,Offlce work
Examinations description fret this of
fice. Box Y-706. Omaha Bee. .
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper . for large
-wholesale house; give reference and ex'
perlence. All replies confidential. Box
, 4581. OmattftBe.
For 'Hank positions see the Walters Co.,
14?4 First Nat l Bank. Bldg.. Tyler 480
BKPR.. $100; stenns.. $65-$75-$X5-$100; P.
, P. X & clerical. $65; office elks.. $65-75.
Co-OnerattveJtefCo.,1015 City Nat. Bk.
STENOGRAPHERS, $100, $90. $85, $75.
WATTS REF. CO., 1138 1st Nat'l Bk.
STENOGRAPHER-end clerk. $90. West
ern Reference Sr Bond Ass'n.
Professions and Trades.
WANTED AT ONCE.
i(t power sewing machine operators to
work on CO-ZEE radiator and hood
covers Steady - employment. Exper
ienced operators ran cars $16 to $20
per week. Apply to torelady,
OXf AHA AUTCJ TOP CO..
, :o-ii so. i6th st.
STENOGRAPHER and private secretary,
nine years' experience; wants perma
nent position. Box. 3702 Omaha Bee.
work ; good
maid for general house
wages. Telephone Harney
WANTED Experienced white cook and
second maid; good wages, references re
quired Ht.JRegis Apt 209. Harney 70.
WANTED A competent cook, and also a
second maid. -206 S. 32d Ave. Harney
VATE? A girl for general housework;
no washing. CaJ Harney 1 342.
WANTED A girl for general housework.
'"all Harney 388.
WANTED At once, an experienced second
maid. Mrs. Fred Hamilton. 60S S. 58th.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnished room, walking
distance, American lamllv Call Web
ster 6938. 1128 N 19th St.
NICELY furnished housek
also sleeping rooms,
Tyler 1216-W. 624
FOR RENTi-Nlcs furnished room near
town, reasonable. 416 South 23th St.
NICELY furnished rm In private home
for gentleman; reerenccs; phone Har
FURNISHED front rooui on sesond floor.
In a modern brick flat. 640 North !4th
CLEAN, warm beautifully furnished room
In private home, near car lino. Harney
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
TWO nicely furnished rooms in modern
home: prices right." 2545 Capitol Ave.
GRAND HOTEL 520 S. 13th, new maivT
agement. nice, clean rooms, $2 up s week.
NEWLY furnished modern rooms from
$3 up 659 8 26th Ave. '
TWO nicely furnished rooms In private
home, steam heat. Douglas 9384.
3016 California; pleasant modern room,
ladies or couple employed. Harney 3649.
HEATED rooms. $2.50 week. Apartments
with kitchenette. Ogden hotel, Coun. B.
TWO modern rooms for housekeeping;
heat, gas furnished; $5 week. Harney
TWO modern furnished housekeeping
rooms. 1510 South 26th St. Tyler
HEATED rooms in Crelghton Blk., 15th
and Douglas Sts.
D. 5342. WORLD REALTY CO.
APT. No. 10, Coronado. elegantly furnish
ed, reference required. Douglas 4733.
MY a-room, east front, modern residence
at 1326 South 30th Mo. for rent fur
nished. For appointment call F. E.
Alexander. Bnckstono Hotel.
NEW elegantly furnished modern house;
garage: phone at once, Wa)nut 2560.
6107 California street.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
6 rooms, llu5 Georgia Ave., $12.50.
5-room flat, 516 South 13th St., $17.50
BENSON & MiERS Co..
424 Ornaha Nat'lBank Bldg. J)oug 716.
3568 CASS ST. Double" gTrage," finsiT 5l
Tyler 1536. 333 Jifcurlties Bldg.
fiot'SE 2614 DeweyAvyT. fYooms, mod
cru. Moycr Stationery Co 1611 Farnam
6014 UNDERWOOD AVE.. 9 rms., gar. $50
2568 Douglas St., rooming bouse... $33
JOHN N. FR E N Z E li. Douglas 654.
$20 PER MONTH, five-room cottage, 1621
Mandersoti St.; modem except furnace;
remodeled, with new porch, newly palnt
, ed and papered; new plumbing, electric
lights and gas. Call for key at 3802
North 17th St.
6 rooms, 4040 Charles St. modern, $25.
7-room 939 Nosth 26th St., $30.
BENSON & MYERS CO., Realtors,
424 Omaha Nat l. Bank Bldg. Doug. 716.
6-KOOM modern home, oak floors down
stairs, garage, good location. Call
Doug. 2410 or Colfax 366".
BUNGALOW CITY, six-room bungalov.,
oak finish, large, lof, $1:7.56. Harney
SEVEN-ROOM house, modern, fine floors,
fine furnace, coal range, warm, heery.
clean, fine location. Inquire 712 Park
Ave. Harney 1241.
NEAR 31ST & HARNEY.
- PRICE ONLY $4,650. i
Dandy six-room, oak finish, strictly
modern home, oak floors throughout,
good sleeping porch, floored attic, full
brick foundation, built about five years,
newly paintod snd decorated; Immedi
ate possession; about $1,200 dnwtf and
balanco $36 per month, Located at 605
S. list St. Call
OSBORNE RFALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 49J.
HIGHTKS'D cash pries paid for sqaltlet
iin resiaence property or acreage, uu
V & Hoover, 454 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
FOR propeiy In Dundee, Happy Hollow
and Falracres call GEORGB AND COM.
PANY, 902-1! City Nat. Bk. Dour T6.
PRICE ONLY $5,750.
SeveJ rooms and bath, oak finish,
sleeping porch, fireplace, bookcases, buf
fet, etc. Full brick foundation, dandy
double garage, built for home and
priced at least $1,000 less than It would
cost to duplicate.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 OmahaXat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 496.
MODERN HOME WITH
SIX LOTS, $4,300.
Near 24th and Deer Pork Boulevard
We have Just listed this property, which
consists of a two-story square frame
house, modern, furnace heat, electric
light, chicken house; conveniently lo
cated for garden and chicken raising.
Owner very anxious to mako quick deal
at this reduced price and It's a bargain.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
919-20 City Nat'l.
Dandy 6-room strictly modern home
In fins repair; located on one of the
prettiest streets in this district; large
living room, dining room, pantry and
kitchen first floor; 3 large bedroorns
and bath second floor; nicely decorated;
beautiful ffxtures; full basement; furn
ace heat: new garage: nice lawn; trees
and shrubbery; 2 blocks to 2 car lines;
close to public and parochial schools.
Price $4,500 on reasonable terms.
J. L. HIATT CO.,
QAflF1RKT NATIONAL PHONE Q
SWllAXK BLDG. TYLER OO
BUY A REAL SNAP.
TRICE ONLY $2,750.
Seven rooms ami bath, dandy brick
house, furnace, elec. light, fireplace; two
choice east front lots, high and sightly
location; can bfr handled with $250 down
and $25 per month. Grab this bargain.
- OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg Tyler 46.
FOR SALE by owner One 8-room mod
ern house; paved street: lot 14't ft front
by 125 ft. deep; $2,500. One f.-ruom
modern cottage. lt 50x130, $2,500. One
4-room partly moilern cottage, lot POx
130, $125". Address 2S24 Grand Ave.,
or cnllNVfux. 752.
REAL .ESTATE SUBURBAN.
RiiAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
FOlt-EXCHANGE 160. $20 or 40, Irrw
proved land, 3 miles from railroad town
In Nebraska; want merchandise or city
property: $12.60 per acre. Address IL
C. McCready, 617 Spruos St, Qulney, 111.
COM. . II
l, Irrw Vy J
town II I
r city II J
ms il II :
Real Estate, Loans & Mortgages
6 PER CENT mortgages, secured, bf
E. H. LOUGEE. INC.,
638 Keellns Bldg.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
CH and 6 per cent; farm loans fof
March 1 closing 64 per cent J. H,
Dumont & Co., 418 Keellns Bldf.
No Delay Closing Loans.
W. T. GRAHAM.
$04 Be Bldg. Doug. Kit.
OMAHA HOMES EAST. NEB. FARM'S
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Onytia Nat. Bk Bldg. Douf. 1715.
$100 to $10,000 m'aDE promptly. F." "51
Wead, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY
Wl1Thomas&Son. Keeline Bldg
SHOPEN & COMPANY Doug. 42JI.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
Our next excursion to McGehes, Ark.
W, S. FRANK. .201 NEVILLE BLK.
SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY; irrlga'ed farms!
fine climate; good markets; two rail
roads: no crop falluers. Land will pro.
duce anything In grain, corn, beans, al-
lalfa, cantalopes, sugar beats or fruit;
priced from $200 to $300 per aore; for
particulars write or see Carl Johnson,
o565 California St., Omaha, Neb., or
Chas. Dahlqulst, Hlllmar, Turlock. Cal.
80-ACRliS, irrigated; 14 miles from Den
ver, one-half mile to elevator, beet
dump and railroad station; In the heart
of one i! the oldest, most highly de
veloped Irrigated d4strlots In this coun
try; 4-room bungalow houre, shed, barn
nnd bunk bouse; 30 lacres fins stand al
falfa cutting 6 tons per acre: balance
wheat land raising 45 bushels this year;
ine chocolate loam with clay sub-soil;
oroek cuts one corner affording running
water year round; price reasonable and
terms to suit; Immediate possession If
desired; ask $2,000 cash, balance 10 an
nual payments, 6 per cent, owned and
fni .ol.' l.u Clil.... TIO. . n 4 rr......
v.i.iLnBu 4 111. OUU A1UBI..,
company, 701-S Ideal Bldg, Denver,
10 ACRES, Irrigated, Improved, large
room nouse, furnace heat and firs place;
45 acres alfalfa, balance all In beans
this year, now ready to follow wltli
fall wheat; plenty Irrigation water;
well loyated, 20 miles from Denver; 2-s
miles to gwd town, railroad , shipping
point, elevator and beet dump. The
prlco la reasonable. Immediate pot
session; 10 annual payments; 6 per cent.
Charles O., El wood. Owner, 701-8 Ideal
Bldg., Denver, Colo.
WANTED Chambermaid at the Brown
Ants.. 508 N 21st St. Red 8950,
WANTED A good general girl. Mis. A.
!.. Williams 31jS. 31st st
M'.AT GIRL for general housework. Calf
16 YEARS OLD OR OLDER. APPLY
TO MANAGER SKINNER MFG. CO.,
14TH AND JACKSON.
Hotels ajid Restaurants.
CHAMBERMAID, $30 PER MONTH.
ROOM AND BOARD. APPLY TO
WANTED WHITE JANITRESSES. AT
TRACTIVE HOURS. APPLY ROOM
825. W. O. W. BLDG.
Chicken pickers at once; we pay 6
cents per head.
MISSOURI VALLEY ICE & COLD ST'GE
Missouri Valley, Ia.
Male or Female.
GOVERNMENT heeds hundreds clerks for
Income tax, customs, Internal revenue.
Examinations soon. Salary $1,200-2,000.
Experience unnecessary. For free par
ticulars regarding examinations, write
R. E. Terry,, (former Civil Service Ex
aminer) 2525 Columbian XBldg., Wash
Mn and women In shoe department.
SUPERINTENDENT OF BRANDEIS
U S. GOVERNMENT wants thousands of
clerks; men, women; $1,100 a year. Ex
aminations coming to Omaha; candi
dates coached free Franklin Institute.
Dept. 231 H, Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED Men, ladles and b oys learn
barber trade; big demaad: wages while
learning;'strlctly modern. Call or write
1402 Dodge St. TrUCity Barber College
MOI.ER Barber College wants young men
and ladie to learn the barber trade.
Call er write for free catalogue. 110
S 1 4th St., Omaha. Neb.
WANTED People to join club for mov
ing picture acting; experience unneces
sary. Kcl-Pine Academy, 2424 Farnam.
Douelas 75S0. ,
Intensive training ior office workers.
Courses in Bookkeeping, Shorthand.
Stenotypy. Typewriting. Railroad and
Wireless Telegraphy. Comptometry, Ma.
cblne. Bookkeeping and all English
branches Students admitted any day
Telephone Douglas 1565.
18th and Harney Sts. Omaha, Neb."
; "n ..
reliable auto school.
Best electrical and self-starter courses
Easily learned. No books. Free catalog
National Auto School. 2814 North 20tb
St. Omaha. Neb
Van Sant School of Business.
Bpy and Evening Schools,
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
LEARN Mosher shorthand snd typewrTf
vlng. Day and night classes Omaha
Shorthand Celleg-. Bee Bldg D 6621.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms for
men only. Bath and phone service.
Can have board at same place If de
sired. Phone Red 451 or call 814
SANITARY modern rooms for men only
$2.50 per week. Sunshine spartments,
609 N 17th St. J. B Robinson. 442 Bee
Bldg Douglas 8097.
lfil JONES ST.. five large, most deslr
able room In strictly modern boms, easy
walking distance; reasonable. Red $121.
8-ROOM modern house, ur would rent
first floor; new furnace; garaga If de
slred. 2215 Burt.
2631 HARNEY St., 8-r. ull mod, house;
newly repaired, In A-l shape, $36.
2721 Hamilton, 5-r. mod. cot. garage,
RASP BROS., 210 Keeline. Tyler 721.
FOR 'RENT House, garage and barn for
rent; house funrished or unfurnished;
basement, barn, holds ten horses. Garago
hold two cars. 1507 Yates St.
LIST yeur property for rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY
IN ALL FARTS OF THE
CRE1GH SONS & CO.. Be
FOR RENT APARTMENTS.
MODERN brick flat. 7 rooms and bath.
817 Park ave. Web. 814.
PETERS RUST CO.,,
Specialists In Apartment management.
PAYNE & SLATER COMPANY,
Omaha's Rental Agents,
616 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. D. 1016.
FOR RENT Business Property.
FOR RENT A steam heated store room,
22x46; full basement; $25 a month. 10th
STORE, 16th St., near I'. O., $50. G. P.
Stebblns, 1610 Chicago. "
Office and Desk Room.
TO SUB-LET Suite of offices In First
Nati bank Bldg., formerly occupied by
Great Western Accident Insurance Co.
680 Brandeis Theater Bldg" Phone
Douglas 64 44.
TWO completely furnished office rooms
with use of phone, typewriter and pri
vate office with roll top desks; reason
able rent to the right party for about
six months'. Box 3697. Omaha Boe.
THE BEE building has offices that will
please you. Better Investigate. Key
stone Investment Co, Tyler 131.
WANTED TO RENT.
THIS WILL HELP YOU REDUCE THE
COST OF LIVING.
Widower with 3-year-old boy wants
to turn his strictly modern bungalow.
Miller Park District, completely furnish
ed In every detail, over to a mlddje
aged couple who will furnish room and
' board for himself nnd boy; will also pay
something additional for board. Don't
reply unless you like children and can
give good references. Phone Mr. Jamie
son, Colfax 2759.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
FIDELITY STORAGE CO.
I6TH AND JACKSON DOUG. 28$.
STORAGE MOVING. PACKING.
- FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF ALL VACANT
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving packing
and storing call Tyler 230 or Douglas
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, parking and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
806 ST 16th. Douglas 4161
LARGE moving vans: careful men. Fur
niture pack., stoorage. 1117 Chicago
J. C. REED
' 12JU Farnam St
Express Co., Moving
Packing and Storage
Web 2743 Doug 6146
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
Nice B-rooni fcungalow, oak finish,
south front, block from car; 46th snd
Marcy Sts. Terms $500 cash, balance
$35 per month.'
Benson & Carmichael,
$42 Paxton Block Douglas 1722.
CATHEDRAL-WEST FARNAM DISTRICT
356 N. 41ST 8T
Seven rooms and bath, strictly modern;
choice east front large lot. worth $5,000,
but owner will sacrifice for $4,260!ll
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Tyler 496.
LOT with all Improvements, on paved
street; good district; $396 to $495; $5
down; $6 per month, Cougias, $074, .
Nearly new, 5 rooms and bath, strict
ly modern, part oak finish paving snd
all taxes paid, $2,350; $500 cash, balance
monthly. Phone D. 2182.
NEW, 7-room, oak finish large lotT
double garage: price $6,750; terms.
6137 North 21th St. NORRIS A NOR
RIS. Douglas 4270.
MINNE LI SA homes and lots offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money
Phone Tyler 187
NEAR HANSCOM PARK
We are offering for sals this six
room strictly modern house, three rooms
on first floor and three rooms on sec
ond. Oak finish downstairs excepting
kitchen. Upstairs finished In hard pine.
Bath room, white enameled. Full ce
ment basement. TWs' Is an Ideal horns
and can be bought for less than could
be built for now. gee us for terms.
. REALTORS. V
JJ7Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1781.
iT52ls7T5"TH " aveS f rooms, finished"" in
oak. East front, paed street. Price,
3.750 ; $1,000 down.
C. G. CARLBERG,
312 BRANDEIS TH. BLDG
DON'T miss the public auction of spacious
modern nome, situated In one of Oma
ha's most pleasant residence districts,
2 blocks from Bancroft school, 10th St.
car line anil Rivervlew park. 2763 S.
9th St., at 4 p. m., sharp, Thursday,'
Oct. 17. 1918 I. C. Gallup, Auctioneer.
Sale positive regardless of weather.
, A BARGAIN.
4 rooms and bath cottage close fo
car; fine shape; 2 full lots, $1,850; $100
down and balance $18 per month.
WE SELL, rent Insure and make loans
on city property, north.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO.,
24th and "Ames Ave. Col. 217.
FOR SALE 7-room house, small barn,
on car line, 4 blocks to school. Price
right and easy terms. Phone Walnut
824 before 8 y m. or r.ftcr 6 p. m.
HOUSES, COTTAGES & APARTMENS
PORTER & SIIOTWELL,
202 S 17th St Douglas 6013.
W FARNAM SMITH & CO..
Real Estate and Insurance.
1320 Farnam St. Douglas 1064.
BARGAIN'S In homes. Investments, prop
erties and acreage near Omaha. Harri
son & Morton. 916 Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg
FI) WEAD SELLS REAL ESTATE
REAL ESTATE-Business Property
MCAGUE INVESTMENT CO
Income, Business and Trackage Specialists
15th and Dodge Sts. Douglas 415
$150 BUV'S 10 lots with good-chance for
oil. t oll Red 7401 613 Psxion Block
BUSINESS property and Investments. -A
P TUKEY & SON, -
420 First National Bank Bldg.
WE WILL buy your home or business
property and pay cash.
H. A WOLFE CO..
Elertrle BMk -.. Tyler 88
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
ACREAGE tracts, $1 down, $1 weekly
S. W. Field club; high and sightly; rich
soil: $295 and up; new add.: Introductory
offer; no taxes; no Interest till Jan. 1,
1920. The Byron Reed Co. D. 297. 1612
REAL .ESTATE SUBURBAN.
$420 WILL HANDLE.
Just outside of Benson. Level garden
ground with best of soil; can give jvery
good terms on two acres across street.
Furnace with electric lights; practically
new house; corner. Just what you want
HASTINGS A HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St. Thone Tyler J.
Have some new pressed brick Omaha
business property, wtll exchange for
ranch or farm.
S. S. & R. E. Montgomery,
213 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
OTHER so and 160-acre tracts, smooth
land, good soli, good water rights, on
terms so easy the crops-wlll pay fo
the land; 10 annual payments, ws own
these lands and offer them for sals to
farmers desiring good land which they
can buy on terms permitting them to
pay for the land and Improve It from
the proceeds of ths crops as they go
along. Call or write, Chicago Ttltls
and Trust company, 701-8 Ideal Bldg..
Denver, Colo. Several thousand acres
to select from.
t0 ACRES, Irrigated, fins -wheat landl
under cultivation, but without build
ings; one mile to elevator and railroad
shipping station; 20 miles to Denver;
ample Irrigation water; easy terms; one.
tenth cash, balance 10 annual pay
ments; note location, close to Denver
with Its big markets snd stock yards;
nearby schools, churches, - towns, etc.
Owned and tor sale by Chicago Title
and Trust company, 701-1 Ideal Bldg.,
160 OR 320 ACRES non-Irrigated, cheaper
wheat land; clay loam soil; smooth
land; price $25 to $40 per acre; IS
miles of Denver, close to small town
and elevator and shipping station; 10
annual payments. Chicago Title and
Trust company, 701-8 Ideal Bldg., Den
80 ACRES, Irrigated, Improved, 14 miles
Denver, 12 acres alfalfa, balance smooth,
land; good water rights; small three
room houses 60 acres Irrigated, 2ft acres
non-irrlgated; $1,600 cash down pay
ment; balance 10 annual payments.
Charles O. Elwood. 701-8 Ideal Bldf..
SELL OR TRADE, what havs yout F, It
Schley, Council Bluffs, la.
SELL OR TRADE, what have you? F, H.
Scnley, Council Bluffs, Ia.
' 243 ACRES 243
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, I ML
On the abovadate. on the premises,
we will sell at publlo auction to ths
highest bidder regardless of pries ths
following described real estate: Ths
, northwest quarter and the north half of
the southwest quarter of section four,
township fifteen north, range four, der
rick county, Nebraska, containing 241
acres more or less according to gov
ernment survey; located I miles east
and 6.i miles north of Clarks, and 3
miles west and 2 hi miles north of
Havens. Terms: 15 per cent of ths
purchase prlco cash day sale,! owners
will carry an amount up to f 141,000, to
be secured by a flint mortgage on the
above described land, for a perlod'of
five years, bearing interest at the rats
of 6 per cent annually, balance March
1, 1919, when possession will be given.
Good and sufficient abstract of tltls
with warranty deed delivered to pur
chaser day of settlement. Improve-
1 ments: Good five-room house with
large pantry' and well In kitchen Well
sheltered by nice large trees; barn for
14 head of horses, and 3 or 4 tons of
hay, cattle shed 2448. corn crib, gran
ary, good well and windmill. 60 acres
of extra good meadow, 70 acres of as
good a pasture as there is In Nebraska,
8 acres of which is fenced hog tight;
balance of 123 acres under plow; soli
all good black loaru which lies level
and well drained. An a No. 1 grain
and Stock farm, and you make ths
price. Fbr further Information, ad
dress, Nebraska Realty Auction Co.
Central City, Neb., M. F. Wood, J. M.
Hpney, Fremont. Neb., Owners
"40 ACRES7CL0SE IN.
GOOD 40 ACRES well Improved, situ
ated near Dodge street road; In, good
state of cultivation; crops will show for
themselves; Improvements worth con
siderable money, practically new six
room houso besides large pantry, trunk.,
room and four clothes closets, hallway
and good large cellar (double floorsjind
double doors): barn, garage, clirraen.
house, hog house, also small chicken
house, cow barn; orchard of spples,
plums, gooseberries, grapes snd cur
rants: six acres of good alfalfa, flvs
acres of pasture, balance under cultiva
tion. MORE THAN WORTH THE).
MONEY; within IVi miles of Omaha
acre tracts Do nqfc let It slip by. Only
$325 per acre-, $3,000 to $7,000 wlll
handle, balance 5 years.
Remember to buy some government
bonds; also have numerous other farms.
ORIN S. MERRILL CO.,
1015- 1016 City Nfl Bank Bldg.
HB-af farm, Sarpy county, cholcs lo
satlon: small, but lmost new and ex
ceedingly good Improvements; four-room
house, barn, caltluhed. Ice house, gar
age, two good wells and tanks, soma
timber. Rood soil. In fact, 2D scdes
native-hay. that, and what is under
cultivation 35 acres, lays fairly good,
balance exceedingly rough. Would matte
a dandy DAIRY FARM; Vandy tq
school and on mall routs and milk
route GOOD VALUE, only $12,000;
$3,000 to $7,000 by March 1, balance '
long time. t
Remember to buy asms government
bonds. Alsi have orber farms. j.
ORIN K MERRILL CO:
1016- 1016 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
FARMS AND RANCHES
We have several very attractive prop
erties for sale la Dawes. Keys Paha and
Brown counties. These are plsoes that
we have personally Inspected, and srs
recommended as being good buys, v Send
for list and photos stating as to your
GOOD Omaha Income property for clear warns mokb inv. .o.. uimih. '
western land or eastern Nebraska farm 160 ACRES, Improved, close in. paved rosdl
Mr, Pease, til Brandels Xnttter Bldg. Nllaon, 422 Securities Bldf.
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