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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1918.
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DEATHS & FUNERAL NOTICES
FUNERAL services for Mrs. Mildred
Louise Garlow, only daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George J. S. Collins of 423 South
Slat St will be held at the Collins resi
dence at 2 p. m., Thursday, the 17th
Inst., Rt. Rev. Arthur L. Williams.
Episcopal bishop of Nebraska, will con
duct the burial service. Sergeant
Lawrence T. Garlow, husband of the de
ceaaed, is with the 311th center tank
corps In Franco. His mother. Mrs. M.
T. Qarlow, has arrived from Meade,
Kan., for the funeral. Grand Island pa-
. pera please coiiy.
: ROACH Mrs. Mary Irene, age 25 years,
October 18. Services at family residence,
2420 Tompleton, Sunday, 2 p. m., Rev.
P. A. Flanagan officiating. Interment
Holy Sepulcher cemtery. Deceased is
survived by her husband, R. S. Roach,
two children; her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. F. Costello, one sister. Miss Helen, all
of Omaha; a brother, Walter, Grand
Island, a brother of Chicago and a
brother. Emmet, In his country's serv
ice In France.
JENSEN, Askel, aged 31 years, died at
his home In Avery Sunday morning.
Funeral from the residence Tuesday at
S p. m. Rev. C. C. Wilson officiating.
Burial In Graceland Park cemetery. Mr.
1 Jensen Is survived by his wife and
parenta. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Jensen of
Avery and two sisters, Mrs. Andrew
Frederlcksen and Mrs. J. M. Jensen of
HUGHES Eddie G age 44 years, Octo-
ber 15. Services at residence of his sis
' ter, Mrs. A. X. Klotz. 1809 Lothrop St.,
Thursday at 10 a. m. Interment Holy
Sepulcher cemetery. ' Deceased Is sur
vived by his wife and two sons, Arthur
and Raymond; hla parents, Mr. and
Mra. John Selfert: one sister, Mrs. A.
E. Klotz, and two brothers, Walter and
Ralph, all of Omaha.
ROIWT Mary P., only daughter of Mr.
- and Mrs. W. D. Routt 3002 South 24th
street, died at the home Wednesday eve
' nlng, aged 28 years. An out-door fu
" neral service will be held from the resi
dence Saturday at 2 p. m., Rev. Fred
Ellis officiating. Burial In Graceland
STUN Bessie L., aged 14 years Octber 17.
Services at family residence, 2227 South
16th St. Sunday, 2 p. m. Interment
Bohemian National cemetery. Deceased
Is survived by her beloved parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank J. Tun, one sister and
GROUBE Margaret A., wife of Jerry J.
Oroube, at local hospital Wednesday,
October 16. 1918.
Funeral from Crosby parlors, 2511 N.
24th St., Sunday. Oct. 20- 1918, at 2 p.
m. Interment West Lawn cemetery. Fu
NERNESS Edna B., daughter of C. C.
Nerness, Thursday, October 17 aged 25
'-Funeral serlvces at Hulse & Rlepen's
chapel, 701 6. 16th street, Saturday,
October 19, at 1 p. m. Interment, For
est Lawn cemetery.
THOLIN Rudolph,, aged 72 years. He
Is survived besides his wife, by one
daughter. Mrs. T. J. Bruner.
Funeral Saturday morning from John
A. Gentleman's Mortuary at 9:30 a. m.
to St Cecilia'! church, 10 a. m. Inter-
ment, Holy Sepulcher cemetery.
SMITH Sergt. Thomas H., ofi Camp
Qrecnleaf, Georgia, Oct. 12, 1918, aged
Funeral services from Bralley & Dor
rance'a chapel Saturday, October 19, at
4 p. m. Public and military services at
Forest Lawn cemetery at 4:30 p. m.
SCHUPP Mrs. Hannah, age 49 years. Sur
vived by her husband, John B. ; three
daughters, four sons, two sisters, one
Funeral Saturday afternoon at 2 p. m.,
from residence, 2206 South 11th St. In
terment Holy 8epulcher cemetery.
HARVEY Margaret, aged 23 years.
Remains will be shipped from the
Heafey A Heafey chapel, 26th and Far
nam, this evening at 6 p. m. to Es
canaba, Mich., where burial will take
EFFENBERGER Frank J., age 34 yeara
. October 17. Servlcea at Hoffmann fu
neral home, Sunday at 4 p. m. Inter
ment Holy Sepulcher cemetery. De
ceased Is survived by hla beloved wife,
Hedwlg, and four children.
, HELLER Leopold, agej1 17.
Funeral services from the residence of
So Bergman, 325 South 27th street, at
4:30 p. m., Saturday. Interment Mil
waukee, Sunday. Please omit (lowers,
LARK1N Rev. J. Wallace, age 64 yeara.
Vomeral from the Cole-McKay Com
pany parlors, 2616 Farnam street, Tues
day at 11 a. m. Friends welcome.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS
Births Floyd and Marie Farlow, 2741
South Sixteenth street, boy; C. J. and
Daisy Meyer, 2012 North Eighteenth
treet, boy; Samuel land Verna Mercurlo,
1021 South Twentieth street, girl; Joshua
and Peggia Fergusson, 1112 Webster
treet, boy; Chester and Edna Inman, 51X
Bouth Twenty-fourth street, boy; Albert
and Valvort Skow, 5212 Center atreet,
boy; Frank and Stephanie Kotlarx, 4405
South Twentieth street, girl;. James and
Susie Hansen, R. F. D. No. 6, Box 121,
- boy; Ted and Marie Mllbourn. hospital,
girl; Peter and Lillian Bumyarten, 2509
Washington street, girl.
Deaths Marie Valter, 44, 3626 Monroe
street; Thomas Clark, 42, 4226 North Sev
enteenth street: Ida Totoro, 2, 608 Pop
pleton avenue; Thomas G. Hasell, 59, 3919
South Twenty-fifth street; Minnie D.
Booth, 39, Irvvlngton. Neb.; Katie A.
Kuschmer, SO, 1657 North Seventeenth
treet; C. E. Won, 25, 602SV& South
Twenty-fifth; Mra. Frances Pokorny, '30,
1831 South Eighteenth atreet; Virgil Han
Is, 21, 6003 South Twenty-third atreet;
John J. O'Keefe. 37, 3623 South Twenty
sixth street; Mrs. Augusta J. Babcock,
75, 6300 South Twenty-fourth street;
Mary P. Routt, 26, 3902 South Twenty
fourth street; Elmer Byers,- 4, Twenty
eighth and Harrison streets; Alfred Ira,
23, Fort Riley; Rosa Purpura, 40, 2806
Dinner atreet; Clarence B. Magulness, 30,
1772 California street; Margaret Harney,
22, hospital; William Mencke, 33, 3024
King street; Mrs. M! L. Collins Garlow,
22, 423 South Thirty-first street; Carrie
Bidwell. 30, 956 South Forty-eighth street;
Margaret Coulton, 24, 2129 Lake street:
' Elisabeth - Cunningham, 36, 1258 South
Fifteenth street; Lyman Sherman. 23,
Camp Dodge; John McCabe, 19, 1810 Chi
cago street; Mabel Penney, 33, hospital;
Roy Shorthlll, 22, 4818 Douglas street;
Clyde C. Folts. 37, 1735 South Twenty
ninth atreet; Merrell Cowman, 25, 1616
California street; Daisy Dismant, 85. 2220
Bouth Twenty-seventh street: Louise A.
Miller. 24. Fremont, Neb. : Mrs. A. Clem
entine Nodgard. 20, 628 North Seventeenth
street; Margaret E. Hennlng, 23, 1721
I.ake atreet; Charles Klegen, 26, 4605
. MARRIAGE LICENSES
NOTICE TO SHRINERS.
Complying with the order of the city
health department prohibiting large In
door meetings, Tangier temple has In
definitely postponed until further notice
the reception and dancing party which
waa to be held at Masonlo temple,
Thursday evening, October 17. Henry H.
. SPECIAL NOTICE.
On account of the influenza epidemic,
Vesta Chapter No. 6, Order of the Eastern
Star, will have no meetings until the regu
lar meeting In November.
MINNIE G. KENDRICK.
WEST LAWN CEMETERY"
Family lota on easy payments.
Thoughtful service. Perpetual care of
lots and graves free. Street car to en
trance. In case of Immediate need tele
phone Walnut 820 or Douglas 829 and
our automobile calls for you.
WEST LAWN CEMETERY
58th and Center. Office I6th Harney.
THa largest display of monuments In the
United States. FRANK SWOBODA,
121626 8 13th. PhonePonaiss 1872-6216
FUNERAL DIRECTORS. "
HULSE & RIEPEN
Pioneer Funeral Directors
101 So. 16th St. Phone Doug. 1226
HOFFMAN FUNERAL HOME.
Hoffman quality service costs less
14th and Dodge. Douglas 3901.
STACK & FALCONER
Independent Undertakers. 33d-Far. H. 4llt'
S E DODDER CO., Funeral Directors
F. L. Fero. Mgr., 23d and Cumlngs Sts
Phone Douglas 677. Auto ambulance.
JOHN A. GENTLEMAN, undertaker and
emblamer 3411 Farnam St. Har 398
ZZ. LEE L. LARMON
1814 Douglas St. Douglas 8244.
BATH Careful Florist. 1804 Farnam St
"Iar6n8., A. DONAGHUE
Flowers shipped everywhere. Ex. paid.
L Henderson. 1619 Farnam. D 1248.
LOST FOUND REWARDS
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS STREET
Persons having lost some articles
would do well to call at the offices of
the Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Rail
way company to ascertain whether they
left It In the street car.
Many articles each day are turned In
and the company Is anxious to restore
them to the rightful owners.
REWARD Lost Tuesday on atreet car:
Brown leather pocketbook, also Science
and Health book week ago. Call Wal
LOST Two white horses; one large, one
small. Please notify A. Baudo. Walnut
LOST Brown fur neck piece, made by
Aulabaugh. Llbertl reward. Telephone
LOST Near 42d and Cuming, Tuesday,
glasses In case, shell rims, gold bows.
Return 4210 Nicholas street. Reward.
LOST A buiTch of keys; reward. Otto
Llnde care of the Unlqn Outfitting
SPARE tire or rim of Dodge car. Call
from 9 to 5. Douglas 3162 and receive
KEY LOST Bunch of keys. Call Doug
las 2292. Reward.
LOST Gold stickpin. Phone Douglas 1209.
LOST Bunch of keys. Call Douglas 7360.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Furniture and Household Goods.
STARTLING SALE OF STANDARD
VALUES IN FURNITURE.
The State Furniture company Is this
week offering some startling bargains
on -standard values In furniture. If you
are In need of a new dresser, an exten
sion table, dining room chairs, parlor
piece, furniture, heating or cooking
stove, our prices this week will surely
convince you of superior valuea for the
low dollar. We make a specialty of
complete home outfits, also hotels and
rooming houses. Railroad tares re
funded to out-of-town buyers within 60
miles of Omaha on purchase of 120 or
STATE FURNITURE CO.
14th and Dodge Sts. Opp. U. P. Bldg.
FURNITURE & HARDWARE BARGAINS
Beds, springs, mattresses dressers,
chiffoniers, tables, chairs, china and
kitchen cabinets, ruga and linoleum,
trunka 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 9p.m.
WANTED To sell at real bargain a stock
ot new and second hand furniture and
household goods, also the building, on
account of sickness. Address P. O.
Box 334. Plattsmouth, Neb. ,
ACTUAL TRUTH FOR BARGAINS Full
line of furniture, gas and coal oil stoves,
rugs, baby carriages, trunks, etc. Loyal
, Furn. Co.. 223 N. 16th
FOR SALE A Quick Meal steel range,
220; also a child's reed sulky, 33. 2606
210 WILL buy a square 10-ft extension
dinning room table. 1030 South 28th St.
FOR SALE Majestlo steel range; nearly
new. Colfax 2204.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
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 prefer. Will
make comfortable terms.
Emerson Piano, Eby $165
Kingsbury Piano, Walnut 185
Cable & Son Piano. Walnut.... 175
Schmoeller & Mueller, Walnut,
nearly new 165
Kingsbury Piano, Walnut 190
Wagner Piano, Oak 185
Geo. Steck Piano, Rosewood... 170
Strope Piano, Ebony 160
Kimball Piano, Mahogany 200
Segerstrom Piano, Oak, nearly
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
teedby us. Charges reasonable.
Special price for yearly contract.
Call or phone for particulars.
A. HOSPE CO.,
Established 1874. 1513 Douglas St.
ofthe Gulbransen piano.
FOR SALE Beautiful upright piano, oak
finish, cost about 2400; will sell for less
than one-half its cost We have one
piano too many. Inquire at 1114 Lo
- Permits to ' wed have been Issued to(
Name and Residence. Age.
James Connolly, Omaha 14
Winnie Rabena, Omaha 27
Edward" C. Jorgensen, Omaha 20
Frances H. Coyne. Omaha... 19
Clarence I Matthews, umana ,
,ula V. McCartney, Oman....
, ' , W..M fin,., IT
Vose Drucker. Omaha........ 25
Mwln W Pearson Omaha.,... 21
?Hn If aamuftlaon. Omaha....,,,,,, 19
Lee Marshall, Rushvllle. Ind... J4 i
Julia Fera Pool. Omaha it
A. HOSPE & CO., 151 Douglaa have ptanoa
to rent at 12.50 per month, or will aell
on easy terms. '
Store and Office Fixtures.
f .. '.t
TEN cars used lumber. 125 and up per M.
New rooting, 11.25 to 31.75. Doors. 12
Up. Electrlct motors and machinery. H.
Gross Lumber and Wrecking Co, 21st
and Paul streets. Omaha.
WE buy. selfand make desks, safes, show
caaea. shelving, etc. Omaha Fixture tt
Supply Co. 11th and Douglas. D. 2724.
FOR SALKsflardware stock and fixtures
(astern Nebraska. Address Box 482.
ONE 60-inch roll-top office desk and chair,
less than halt cost. Phone Har. 38 J.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Typewriters and Supplies.
TYPEWRITERS, all makes, sold, rented
THE W. N. LONG COMPANY.
115 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. Writs for
list. Midland Typewriter Co.. 1404 Dodge.
RENT an Oliver Typewriter, three months
for 16,00. Oliver Agency, 1905, Farnam
ONE 9-column Burroughs adding machine
for sale at a bargain.
1905 FARNAM ST.
We rent, lepair, sell needles and parts
of all sewing machines.
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO.,
15th and Harney Sta, Doug. 1662.
Two coal mines In Centervllle district;
must be sold at once owing to the death
of the senior partner. V. S. McKee, Cen
tervllle, la. '
FOR SALE 20 car loads of cabbage. Mar.
ket price all the time. Write or wire
Howard Kubolera, Box 108. Kimball,
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feathers steamed,
renovated and made up In new feather
proof ticking. 1907 Cuming Doug. 2467.
FIRE proof cabinet, Burroughs adding
machine, oak desk, two small electric
motors. Douglas 169.
STOCK of military lockets and other
style lockets at a sacrifice. Doug. 169.
INDIAN MOTORCYCLE in good condi
tion: 3-speed 1917 model 3019 R St
POTATOES for sale In car lots. Write or
wire SJostrum Bros., Marcus. la.
WILL trade for a house and lot, or sell
for cash, about 4.000 pairs of men's,
ladles' and children's shoes; must act
quick. C. C. Broome, 14 North Main
St.. Council Bluffs, la.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks; used desKs bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed, 1201 Farnam. D. 6146
VV Ei uu; n.aic jjarci auu J,a.J strut, Vi
Phone or write Omaha Paper Stock Co.
has just returned and
will give you the same
good service that be gave In the past.
Help win the warr Sell your old cloths,
shoes, rugs tools, trunks and buy W. S.
S. Will call. Res. D. 8032, office D. 8092.
HOOVERIZE! Save 25 per cent by buy
ing clothing and furnishings from D. B.
Gross, corner 16th and Chicago.
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.
ACCORDEON, side, knife, sunburst, box
pleating, covered buttons all sizes and
styles; hemstitching, picot edging, eye
let cut work, button holes, pennants.
IDEAL BUTTON AND PLEATING CO.,
300-308 Brown Bldg.. Phone D. 1936.
HEMSTITCHING, PLEATING. BUTTONS.
G. U. VanArnam Pleating Co.,
336-7 Paxton Block. Phone Doug. 3109
TWO-CHAIR . barber shop and house, in
good shspe, poor health, McClelland, la.
Only shop. W. R. Johnson, proprietor.
Rooming Houses for Sale.
7-ROOM flat, close in, full of roomers.
Will sell cheap on account of sickness.
LARGE furnished rooming house close
In; electric lights, heat furnished. Call
SITUATION WANTED Age 48; 7 years'
experience as adjuster for an Insur
ance company. Salary, 1175. J. N. An
derson, 2016 J St., University Place.
BANK POSITION WANTED by young
married man thoroughly experienced In
business and banking. Address Box
Y 714. Omaha Bee.
ENGINEER nd superintendent of plantv.
on hydro-electrlo power development,
invites correspondence with those hav
ing vacancies demanding first-class
electrical and mechanical ability. Nine
years' varied experience In electrical and
erlated fields, four years as manager.
Technical education; excellent refer
ences. Address Box Y 715, Omaha Bee.
olX years' valuation and 12 years' account
ing experience, and now employed in as
sistant comptroller's office U. P. Ry.;
feel competent to handle any bookkeep
ing position; good reasons for desiring
change. Age 47. Box 3801 Omaha Bee.
' Teamsters and Chauffers.
CHAUFFEUR, single, white, private resi
dence, Omaha suburb. State driving and
mechanical experience and wages want
ed with board and room. Any age If
qualified. Address Box 8786, Omaha Bee
WANTED Two retail hardware salesmen
with experience; must be live wires;
permanent position with good prospects
for the right men. Address Hardy Fur
niture company, Lincoln, Neb.
WANTED Thirty laborers at once. Good
wages. Long job. Report at 27th and
Whltmore ave.. Minne Lusa Addition
WE WILL PAY GOOD "WAGES
FOR MEN AND STRONG BOYS
I BOTTLING DEPARTMENT,
FRED KRUG PRODUCTS CO.
OMAHA ALFALFA MILLING
EXPERIENCED mechanic, all around
truck driver and floor man desires po
sltlon. Phone Webster 2498. Call after
6 p. m.
MANICURIST wishes position or space in
barber shop, Harney 6371.
PRACTICAL nursing; confinement cases
EXP. Dressmaking and alteration work
done. Douglas 4901.
PLAIN and fancy sewing. Webster 2462
LADY wishes dyy work. Call Web. 2551
Laundry and Day Work.
CURTAINS laundered, work guar. H. 1130.
BUNDLES carefully laundered. Call and
deliver. Web. 4283.
REL. col. woman wants day work. Web
LACE CURTAINS and bundles neatly
laundered. Harney 3922.
WANTED Day work. Harney 6829.
HELP WANTED MALE.
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. Leonard, (former Civil Service
Examiner) 2525 Kenois Bldg., Washing
GARAGE SUPERINTENDENT WANTED
by necessary industry operating about
20 cars and trucks; steady position for
a man who can reduce operating costs
and keep cars in good condttlon. Please
give, in detail, education, experience and
salary expected; also reierencs. Aa
dress Box 5068, Omaha Bee.
BOOKKEEPER and assistant office man
ager, 2125; manager, rental department,
3150; general offtce man, 12o; stenon
rapher and bookkeeper, small office.
$100; traveling salesman, staple line,
1150;. Western Reference & Bond Ass'n.
BOOKKEEPER and credit, 1135 to 1150;
Bookkeeper, out of town, 1150.
WATTS REF. CO., 113S 1st Nat'l. Bank
FOR bank positions see the Walters Co.,
1424 First Nafl Bank Bldg. Tyler 480
Professions and Trades.
PRIVATE ttables for parties at Holmes'.
Baggage and Express
THE ONLY WAYSf
THE OMAHA TRANSFER CO.
REPUBLIC AUTO EXPRESS COMPANY
. will haul everything for you. Packages
less than 20 lbs., 15 cents. D. 7453.
ARWOOD; live stock and general hauling.
Telephone Walnut 3073.
Dr. J. C. Lawrence, Balrd Bldg. D. 8461.
SPINOGRAPH, Dr. Edwards. 24th, Farnam
FULL dress suits for rent 109 N. 16th St.,
opposite Postofflee. John Feldman.
JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evl-
aence secured in all cases. Tyler 1136.
Fixtures and Wiring.
rT TpT'T'Vr Electric washing machines.
AUAXV11N electric Irons and reading
lamps. 2223 Cuming St Douglaa 2519.
KEEPS, HOTEL ROME private lessons.
Phone Dougla's 2581 or Harney 2792.
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 921 W.O.W. Bldg.
Taft'a Dental Rma 808 Rose Bldg.D.218
FILM developed, rolls 10c; packs, 15c;
one-day service. Kase Studio, Neville
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 8. 11th. D. 682.
Waters-Barnhart Pt. Co., 414 S. 18th St.
PILES fistula and other rectal dis
eases cured without surgical oper
ation. Cure guaranteed. Write for
book on rectal diseases with testi
DR. E. R. TARRY.
240- "ee Bldg., Omaha.
Dledrlck, P. L. 216 8 20th. Tailor. D. 2432.
VLfXlUKJlVlJOnitti privilege to buy
back at small profit GROSS JEWELRY
CO., 402 N. 16th. Red 6081.
DR. MABEL WESSON.
614 Brandels Bldg.
T. 2960. H. 4741. '
BARGAINS. 1212 Farnam. Q A iT'lVG
J. J. Deright Safe Co. tAP LiO
PATENTS procured, bought and sold. In
ternational Patent Co, 683 Brandels. D.
STURGES & STURGES. U. S. and foreign
patents and trademarks. 330 Bee Bldg
WEDDING announcements and printing.
Douglas Printing Co Tel. Douglas 644
New stock In new building. This stock
must be sold for the estate. Is located
between Beatrice and Pawnee City on
the Rock Island R. R. New two-story
brick building with built-in shelving and
counters. Reasonable rent; stock Is new.
having been purchased within the past
18 months; will Invoice about 310,000;
must be cash. No trades. Alden Merc.
Co., Lewlston, or D. S. Dalby, Beatrice,
Partner at once with some cash, in
Omaha's largest tire and tire repair
business. Must b first class bookkeeper.
3408, Omaha Bee.
RESTAURANT OPPORTUNITY Large,
handsome, well established, best equip
ped in Omaha, worth 110,000; will sacri
fice, sale or exchange; splendid business
chance. Inquire Thomas O'Neill, 632
CLUB HOUSE Centrally located; mostly
furnished; occupied by eight young .men
who want housekeeper; must be good
cook. Imperial company, 534 Bee Bldg.
. Tel. Douglas 1616.
THREE-chair barber shop for sale; good
proposition for a barber wanting to lo
cate. Write C C Neighbors. Pierce.
FOR SALE 400 pairs of ladles' shoes;
Oxfords and Pumps, the Maxine make.
Must sell for cash. Address G. Wlblemo,
Parker, S. D.
PROTECT OUR SONS IN
" CHANCE TO DO
IF YOU CAN'T FIGHT
THE TJNITED STATES GOVERN
MENT MUST HAVE FOUR HUNDRED
LABORERS FOR THE ORDNANCE
DEPARTMENT AT NEVILLE IS
LAND NEAR PITTSBURGH, PA.
Free meals while enroute.
Steam heated quarteri.
Good sanitary beds (atngle.)
Hospital and Medical attention, FREE
Board, reasonable, Cafeteria Plan,
APPLY UNITED STATES
1118 Farnam Street
Apply in person to the
superintendent of trans
portation, second floor,
Bank Bldg., Omaha.
OMAHA & COUNCIL
TWO barbers wanted at once; $20 guar
antee and 60 per cent over 130; good
for an average of 130 per week for
first class man. Address A. C. Peters.
431 Norfolk ave., Norfolk, Neb.
WANTED 7 or 8 men for corn picking,
good corn, will pay 7 cents. G. A.
Sweet, Valley, Neb.
WANTED Upholsterer for furniture de
partment. Box 41405 Bee.
WANTED Two meat cutters. Apply
Salesmen and Solicitors-
STOCK SALESMEN WANTED.
Here is what you are looking for.
The stock Issue of a refining and' pro
ducing company already marking oil.
Can show wonderful Investment opp.;
should net you 1100 to 1500 a week.
Approved by capital Issues committee.
Choice territory in Iowa open. Shortage
supply of oil makes selling easy. Not
wild cat. Insurance salesmen will do
well to consider. For further particulars
address Financial Manager, Box 462,
Council Bluffs. .
WANTED A COLLECTOR FOR THE
UNION OUTFITTING CO., 16TH AND
WANTED A boy over 17 to learn trunk
and caae making. Freling A Stelnle.
1803 Farnam 8t.
WANTED A boy with wheel. John H.
Bath, Florist, 1801 Farnam St .--
First-class Janitor for a fine apart
ment; exceptionally nlce quarters, with
light, heat, water and phone furnished;
good wages; permanent position. Apply
.T T. HTATT COMPANY.
AAA FIRST NATIONAL PHONE
JW BANK BUILDING. TYLER
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WANTED Ladles to learn barber trade.
Special rates and Inducements.
TRI-CITY BARBER COLLEGE,
1402 Douglss St,
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, la.
WOMEN for janltress work evenings or
nights, 640 First Nat'l Bunk Hldg.
NEAT girl to operate elevator, 540 First
Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Male or Female.
GOVERNMENT needs hundreds clerks for
Income tax, customs, Internal revenue.
Examinations soon. Salary 11,200-2,000.
Experience unnecessary. For free par
ticulars regarding examinations, write
R. E. Terry, (former Civil Service Ex
aminer) 2625 Columbian Bldg., Washington.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
120 A six-room modern house, 4244 Pat
rick Ave. Call Walnut 2K69.
5-KOOM partly modern cottage; also barn.
931 North 2tith it.
8 ROOMS, newly decorated, modern, except
heat, barn. - 2111 Grant St. Web. 366.
6-ROUM house for rent, 3821 N. 36th Ave.,
115 per month. Call Webster 8:162.
SEVEN-ROOM house, modern, fine floors,
fine furnace, coal range, warm, cheery,
clean, fine location. Inquire 712 Park
Ave. Harney 1241.
212 SOUTH 34th ST.. modern, 8 rooms.
Saunders 560 Saunders-Kennedy Bldg.
7-ROOM house, all modern, 23 H atreet.
Call South 124.
2602 CHICAGO 6 rms.. mod. ex. ht. 19
4515 Bedford Ave., 5 rms., all mod.', 226
815 S. 25th St., 3 rms., part mod., 1 8
B1RKETT & COMPANY,
250 Bee Bldg Douglaa 633.
FOK RENT House, garage and barn for
rent; house furnished or unfurnished;
basement, barn, holds ten horses. Garage
hold two cars. 1507 Yates St.
2631 HARNEY ST., 8-r., all mod. house;
newly repaired, in Al shape, 135.
2721 Hamilton, 6-r. mod. cot , gar.. 118.
RASP BROS., 210 Keellne. Tyler 721
LIST your property for rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY,
Realtors. Tyler 729.
Men and women In shoe department.
SUPERINTENDENT OF BRANDEIS
Strong man, steady work all the year
OMAHA PAPER STOK CO.,
18th and Marcy.
wanted nrlver for lleht Ford delivery
truck, middle-aged man preferred. Must
know the city thorougniy. no not ap
ply unless you can furnish satisfactory
Omaha Wall Paper Co., 1113-15
WANTED Men 19 to 60 years old
general yard work, steady work
good men. Apply timekeeper. Un
Stock Yards Co., South Omana
BE a detective. Excellent opportunity
good pay; travel. Write C. T. tuaw
875 Westover Bldg.. Kansas City. Mo
LABORERS wanted; 40 to 45c. H. Gross
T.umher and wrecking uo.. iisi iu
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
-, Mii?n vnnn. lariips to learn how to
operate Comptometers and Burroughs
Calculating and booltKeeping maenmes.
A good position absolutely guaranteed
to every graduate, ume icviuucu iv
nnmnlrta PnlirHA. R WApkS tO 3 mOnttlB
nav and evening classes. Call and see
us or telephoie Douglas 7415 for par
DWORAK SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING.
Second Floor Wead Bldg.,
18th and Farnam sts
GOVERNMENT needs 12,000 women clerks.
- .. . ., XT U O Gal.
Omaha examinations uveuiuei .
ary 11,200. Experience unnecessary
Women desiring government posltloni
write for free particulars. J. C. Leon
ard (former civil service examiner)
625 Kenois Buitaing, v asiunKiuii.
KMPi.nvF.RSJ OF WOMEN WORKERS
whether members of the OMAHA
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE or not, are
asked to make use of our Women s .m
ninvtnerit Bureau. Phone your require.
ments to Mrs. Walker. Tyler 1234
wiMTRn romnetent bookkeeper: on
capable of handling a full set of books
UNION OUTFITTING CO.,
16TH AND JACKSON.
uEin hnnkiceener. 1100: stenographer, law
experience, 1100; dictaphone operator,
175; typist, 165; stenograpner ana ciern
J85 Westerti Reference & Bond Ass'n
Stenographer, South Omaha, 178.
Multigraph Opr., 160-170.
THE MARTI COMPANY.
1126 W. O. W. mag.
STENOS., 185-190; bookkeepers, $85-1100
f..r,ici ik5.75- file clerks. 140-155.
Co-Opera'tlve Ref. Co., 1016 City Nat. Bk
Stenographers, 1100, 190, 185, 175, $66
Bookkeepers, iiuu; uompi. upr o.
WATTS REF. CO., 1138 1st Nat'l. Bank
EXPERIENCED bookkeeper for large
wholesale house; give reierence mu
perlence. All replies confidential. Box
4581, omana iee.
GOVERNMENT appointing thousands of
girls, women, si.mu year, umce wi.
Examinations description free thia of
fice. Box Y-706. umana nee.
For bank positions see the Walters Co.,
1424 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.. Tyler 480
Professions and Trades.,
NOW A WAR
LEARN LOCAL AND
Good salary paid while learning. Per
manant nnnlHnns nnen: excellent oppor
tunlty for advancement; get into essen
tial war winning work.
APPLY TO C. F. LAMBERT,
NEBRASKA TELEPHONE CO.,
1807 DOUGLAS ST.
WANTED AT ONCE.
40 power- sewing machine operators to
work on CO-ZEE radiator and hood
covers Steady employment. Exper
ienced operators can earn 116 to 120
per week. Apply to forelady,
OMAHA AUTO TOP CO
709-11 So. 15th St.
WANTED Seamstress for plain sewing.
steady work, good pay, 2907 Leavenworth.
Household and Domestic. -
WHITE girl wanted for domestic work.
two In family. Must go home nights;
high wages. Colfax 4051. 2868 Vane
WANTED Young girl . to assist with
housework In small, new house. No
washing; good wages. Phone Harney
4599. 109 S. 42d st.
WANTED AT ONCE Girl for general
housework, no washing, small family,
best wages. 3311 Woolworth ave.
WANTED A competent white cook; good
wages; small family. Telephone Harney
1038: 122 South 39th St.
WANTED A competent cook, and also a
second maid. 206 S. 82d Ave. Harney
WHITE gtrl wanted for general house
work, small family. Call Harney 2546.
WANTED A girl for. general housework.
Call Harney 3ss.
WANTED At once, an experienced second
maid. Mrs. Fred Hamilton, 608 8. 38th.
WANTED Chambermaid at the Brown
Acts., 608 N. 21st St Red 8950.
WANTED A girl for general housework.
Mrs. Arthur Giuou. Harney 362.
WANTED A good general girl, Mra. A.
L. Williams. 315 S. 31st st
NEAT GIRL for general housework. Call
1 YEARS OLD OR OLDER. APPLY
TO MANAGER SKINNER MFG. CO
14TH AND JACKSON,
WANTED Young man or woman for bot
tle washer. Apply to Miss Ogle at
warehouse and laboratory, 609-11 South
12th St. SHERMAN & M'CONNELL
U 8. GOVERNMENT wants thousands of
clerks; men, women; 11,100 a year. Ex
aminations coming to Omaha; candi
dates coached free Franklin Institute.
Dept. 231 H. Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED Men, ladies a"nd b oya learn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
learning: strictly modern. Call or write
1402 Dodge St. Trl-CIty Barber College
Phone D. 2147.
WANTED Night fry cook. A good steady
place. Good wages. Man or woman.
Phone or write at once. Brunswick
Restaurant, Fremont Neb.
MOLER Barber College wants young men
and ladle a to learn the barber trade.
Call or write for free catalogue. 110
S 14th St., Omaha. Neb.
WANTED People to join club for mov
ing picture acting; experience unneces
sary. Kel-Plne Academy, 2424 Farnam.
Intensive training for offioe workers.
Courses In Bookkeeping, Shorthand,
Stenotypy, Typewriting, Railroad and
Wireless Telegraphy, Comptomety, Ma
chine Bookkeeping, and all English
branches. Students admitted any day
Telephone Douglas 1565.
18th and Harney Sta. Omaha, Neb.
RELIABLE AUTO SCHOOL.
Best electrical and self-starter courses
Easily learned. No books. Free catalog.
National Auto School, 2814 North 20th
St. Omaha, Neb.
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
LEARN Mosher shorthand and typewrit
ing. Day and night classes. Omaha
Shorthand Colleg. Bee Bldg.. D. 6528.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms for
men only. Bath and phone service.
Can have board at .same place If dte
slred. Phone Red 4516 or call 914
SANITARY modern rooms for men only
$2.50 per week. Sunshine apartments,
609 N. 17th St J. B. Robinson, 442 Bee
Bldg. Douglas 8097.
FOR RENT Room suitable for two gen
tlemen, board If desired. Phone Tyler
2516 JONES ST., fine large, most desir
able room In strictly modern home, easy
walking distance; reasonable. Red 4124.
HEATED furnished room with laundry;
good home; $2 a week and up; walking
distance. 838 South 22d St.
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
CRE1GH SONS & CO.. !e
FOR RENT APARTMENTS.
MODERN brick flat, 7 rooms and bath.
817 Park nve. )'eb. 814.
PETERS TRUST CO.,
Specialists In Apartment management.
ARE YOU YOUR OWN JANITOR?
THERE'S NO NEED TO BE. KENT AN
THE PORTLAND, 29th ave. and
Leavenworth, Apt. No. 1, 6 rms., with
two large bedrooms, which allows th
tenant all the comforts of a real homo.
First floor, east and south exposure, 3
THE UINTAH, 29th ave. and Leaven
worth Apt. No. 16, 5 rms. with two
large bedrooms, second floor, south and
JANITOR WILL SHOW YOU.
Payne & Slater Co.,
616 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1016
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
Nearly new, 6 rooms and batb, atrteta
lv modern; part oak finish; paving anoj
all taxes paid. 12.350. 1500 cash, balance
monthly. Tebblna, Phone D. 3181.
NEW, 7-room, oak finish. large lot,
double garage: price 16.76; terms.
6137 North 24th St NORRIS A NOB
R1S. Douglas 4270
FOR SALE OR RENT At attractive
price, convenient 6-room bungalow, Col
MINNE LUSA homes and lota offer the
best opportunity to invest your money.
Phone Tyler 187
YOUNG & DOHERTY.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
122 BRANDEIS THEATER. DO. Tt
33RD AND MASON.
$1,000 DOWN AND
$40 A MONTH.
6-room brand new bungalow located
across the street from small park;
living room, dining room with built
in buffet, plate rail and paneled walla;
Board reasonable, Cafterla Plan.
blnatLon sun room and sleeping room;
oak floors throughout; oak finish In liv
ing room, dining room; balance fin
ished in white enamel; large lot on
boulevard, no pavlvng. This is brand
new. If looking for close-in, nifty
bungalow don't fall to aee thia.
537 Omaha Nat Bank. Bldg. P, 1781.
2352 S. 35TH AVE. 5 rooms, finished" In
oak; east front paved atreet. Price,
$3,750; $1,000 down.
C. G. CARLBERG,
312 BRANDEIS THE A. BLDG.
PAYNE & SLATER COMPANY,
Omaha's Rental Agents,
616 Omaha Nat'l Bit. Bldg. D. 1016.
BIRKETT & CO.
Care of property and Insurance. 250
Bee Bldg. Doug. 633.
FOR RENT Business Property.
FOR RENT A steam heated store room
22x46; full basement; $25 a month. 10th
STORE, 16th St, near P. O., 150. G. P.
Steblilns, 1610 Chicago.
Office and Desk Room.
TWO completely furnished office rooms
with use of phone, typewriter and pri
vate office with roll top desks; reason
able ren: to the right party for about
six months. Box 3697. Omaha Bee.
THE BEE building has oflices that will
please you. Better investigate. Key
stone Investment Co., Tyler 131.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT A farm with every
thing furnished by a young man of 35
years, with farming and gas tractor ex
perience. Military exempt; best of
references; state terms in first letter.
Box Y 713, Omaha Bee.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
FIDELITY STORAGE CO
16TH AND JACKSON. DOUG. 283.
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
CLEAN, warm, beautifully furnished room
in private home, near car line. Har
FIELD CLUB DISTRICT Beautiful fur
nished modern rooms, private home;
board dptlonal. Harney 4C04.
FRONT room, well furnished, walking
distance: 13.50 a week. Harney 6407.
NICE room in private home, 615 Park
Ave. Harney 5614.
NICELY furnished room In private home
for gentleman; references. Phone Har
NICELY furnished, warm room for 2
young ladles, with breakfast Call Tyler
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
806 S. 16th. Douglas 4163.
OMAHA EXPRESS CO.
LARGE moving vans; careful men. Fur
niture pack., etoorage. 1117 Chicago
Jf1 7? FTTH EPre!is Co., Moving.
. J. lVLLU Packing and Storage.
1207 Farnam St. Web. 2743. Doug. 6146
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
DESIRABLE home for business women, in
private home, three blocks from two
car lines. Phone Tyler 2289J.
2124 DOUGLAS St., front room, nicely
furnished, steam heat, plenty of hot wa
ter. Special rates for two in room.
TWO nicely furnished rooms In modern
home; prices right. 2545 Capitol Ave.
GRAND HOTEL 520 S. 13th, new man
agement, nice, clean rooms, 12 up a week.
NEWLY furnished modern rooms from
12 up. 669 S. 26th Ave.
ATTRACTIVE large south room to lady
employed. 3024 Pacific. Harney 1003.
3016 California; pleasant modern room,
ladles or couple employed. Harney 3649.
THREE furnished housekeeping rooms,
modern. 810 South 27th St
Board and Room.
COZY rooms, home cooking on car line,
In widow's family; references. Webster
HEATED rooms, 2.60 week. Apartments
with kitchenette. Ogden hotel, Coun. B.
HEATED rooms in Creighton Blk., 16th
and Douglaa Sts.
D. 6342. WORTJD REALTY ftO.
TWO front unfurnished rooms, steam heat.
MY 8-r.iom, east front, modern residence
at 1326 South 30th Ave. for rent fur
nished. For appointment call F. E.
Alexander, Biackstone Hotel.
NEW elegantly furnished modern house;
garage; phone at once. Walnut 2660.
6107 California street.
SEVEN-room house with garage; West
Harney, near 39th Ave.; large rooms,
nicely furnished. Call Harney 670.
FOR RENT Seven-room furnished cot
tage: modern. 2219 Larlmore avenue.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
5 rooms, 1105 Georgia Ave., $12.50.
5-room flat. 616 South 13th St., 117.60
BENSON & MYERS CO.,
424 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. Doug. 746.
FOR RENT Pleasant cottage, sightly lo
cation, three lota, two blocks to Far
nam car; gas, electric light and water
in the house. Rent reasonable to re
sponsible persons. Call Walnut 1355.
3568 CASS ST. Double garage, 7 rms., $50.
Tyler 1536. 333 Securities Bldg.
6014 UNDERWOOD AVE., 9 rms., gar. $50
2568 Douglas St., rooming house... ,133
JOHN N. FRENZER. Douglas 654.
( rooms. 4040 Charles St. modern, 125.
7-room 939 North 26th St., 130.
BENSON & MYERS CO., Realtora.
424 Omaha Nat'l. Bank Bldg. Doug. 746.
5-ROOM house, 2708 Seward St., 6-room
flat, 1604 N. 24th St., gooa concnuon,
114. Red 682.
BUNGALOW .City, six-room bungalow,
nofe Inl.h. l.rvA Int S9 7&0 Hnr.
1902 SPENCER Elegant 8-room house.
hot water heat, garage. Call Webster
LOT with all Improvements, on paved
street; good district; $395 to 1495; 15
down: 15 per month. Douglas 5074.
Must Be Sold.
7 Rooms, Modern, $4,500.
7-room, strictly modern home, on
Davenport St., near 35th St.; oak finish;
built-in features; full basement; furnace
heat; south front, paving paid; property
in fine repair. Owner has left city and
has cut price fo $4,500; house alone
worth the money; now vacant; Immedi
J. L. HIATT CO.,
900 FIRST NATIONAL
Almost new and In fine condition;
frame with stucco. trim; southeast front
corner lot; oak woodwork and floors;
5 rooms, all large and airy and bath;
$650 cash and balance monthly. See
this before you buy.
333 Securities Bldg.
IT'S WORTH more, but I'll sell for $5,000.
Location, Hanscom park district, near
Windsor school; large rooms. If you
want to buy a home, and know values
take a look. Harney 1341 for appointment
Nice 6-room bungalow, oak finish,
south front, block from car; 46th and
Marcy Sts. Terms 1500 cash, balance
135 per month.
Benson & Carmichael,
643 Paxton Block. Douglas 1722.
$300 DOWN, $25 MONTH
Just listed a 5-roo"m strictly modern
bungalow except heat near the Miller
Park school on 28th avenue; five rooms
and bath all Mi one floor; large lot
40x120; pine fTnish: this property has
been reduced in price to 12,400 and is
well worth the money.
637 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. D. 1781.
CLASSY NEW 5 ROOMS.
All modern, full lot 50x120, oak floors
and finish, fine bath, best of furnaces,
dandy basement , clos8 to car and
schools, locatd 4301 Ohio street Can
you beat this for 13,100 with 1300 down
and 125 per month. Call me this eve
ning at Colfax 1243.
FOR SALE by owner One 8-room mod
ern house; paved street; lot 140 ft front
by 125 'ft deep; 12,500. One 5-room
modern cottage, lot 60x130, $2,800. One
4-room partly modern cottage, lot 60x
130. $1250. Address 3824 Grand Ave..
or call Colfax, 752.
:352 S. 35TH AVE. 5 rooms, finished in
oak: east front paved street. Price,
$3,750; 11,000 down.
C. G. CARLBERG,
312 BRANDEIS THEA. BLDG.
40x66, with 9-room house, on 24th
St., just south of Leavenworth, only
11,800. JOHN W. ROBUINS, 1802 FAR
Five Roomsv Fireplace.
Price, $4,250; $500 Cash.
A very coxy bungalow, never occu
pied; well arranged; large Hying room,
with fireplace; oak finish throughout;
Excellent value and terms easy.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 3962. 919-20 City National.
3114 SOUTH 32D AVE.
Modern, 6 rooms, large finished at
tic, full basement, oak finish, east
front, paved street, on car line, II
you want a good home place, come
out and look at this bargain. I built
this for a home, but as I have moved
on the farm will sell right Owner
will be at the house Sunday. Buy di
rect and you get commission. Price
4 rooms and bath cottage cloae to
car; fine shape; 2 full lots. 11,860; 1100
down and balance 118 per month.
WE SELL, rent Insure and make loans
on city, property, north.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO.,
24th and Ames Ave. Col. 21T.
FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES, COTTAGES & APARIMENS.
PORTER & SHOTWELL,
!02 S. 17th St. Douglas 5011.
F. D. WEAD SELLS REAL ESTATE
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO..
Real Estate and Insurance.
1320 Farnam St. Douglaa 1064,
BARGAINS In homes. Investments, prop
ertiea and acreage near Omaha. Harri
son & Morton, 916 Omaha Nat Bk. Bid
REAL ESTATE-Business Property
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO.
Income, Business and Trackage Specialist,
16th and Dodge Sts. Douglaa 411.
1150 BUYS 10 lots with good chance for
oil. Call Red 7401. 613 Paxton Block.
BUSINESS property and Investment.
A. P. TUKEY A SON,
420 First National Bank Bldg.
WE WILL buy your home or business
property and pay caah.
II. A. WOLFE CO.,
Electric Bldg Tyler 11.
x.EAL E&TATE EXCHANGES.
FOR EXCHANGE All of the flour and
corn milling machinery, complete with
belts, shafts, hangers, spouting and all
accessories, Barnard & Lease make,
and new, for a complete 126-barrel
flour mill and 80-barrel corn mill. We
want western Nebraska or Kansas or
eastern Colorado or southern South Da
kota, term and grazing land for this.
Just the thing for some live town with
out a mill or some live business man to
take a hold of. Write ua. The Geneva
Milling Co., Geneva, Neb.
FOR EXCHANGE 160, 320 or 140, Im
proved land, 8 miles from" railroad town
In Nebraska; want merchandise er city
property; 112.60 per acre. Address H.
C. WcCready, 617 Spruce St, Quincy, 111.
WILL exchange equity In house and lot
for good light touring or chummy car.
Telephone Douglas 6002.
ACREAGE and farms for exchange. In-
ter-State Realty Co. Doug. 6236.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
ACREAGE tracts, 11 down, 11 weekly.
B. w. Field club; high and sightly; rich
soil; 1295 and up; new add.; introductory
offer; no taxes; no Interest till Jan. 1,
1920. The Byron Reed Co. D. 297, 1(11
7 ACRES, well Improved, just outside city
Imits. tor particulars call South 2607,
REAL .ESTATE SUBURB AN.-
A FIVE-ROOM cottage, strictly modern.
fine brick garage; $500 cash. Call Ben
HOUSE WITH ONE
Here Is a chance for person that
wants to do a little fixing up for himself
and make a good home. House la about
14x22 on a cement block foundation, but
needs finishing up. Located 1 blocks '
from Main St paved road weat of Ben
son. Terms, 1150 cash, $12.50 per
month, including interest
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 HARNEY ST. PHONE TYLER It.
Have some new pressed brick Omaha)
business property, will exchange for
ranch or farm.
S. S. & R. E. Montgomery,
213 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
FOR property In Dundee, Happy Hollow
and Falracres call GEORGE AND COM
PANY, 802-12 City Nat. Bk. Doug. 761,
GOOD Omaha Income proplrty for clear
western land or eastern Nebraska) farm.
Mr. Pease, 211 Brandels Theater Bldf.
HIGHTEST cash price paid for equities
In residence property or acreage. White
& Hoover. 454 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bide,
6-ROOM house, NEW with garage. Call
17 ACRES, CLOSE IN.
17 acres, with good improvements, en
and one-half miles from Omaha, city
limits, one-halt mile, from paved road,
one mile from street car. Price 111.009.
A nice place for a home and a good buy
aa an investment. Let ua show it to you.
J. H. DUMONT&CO.,
416-418 Keellne Bldg. Phone Doug:- ttt.
LIVE STOCK VEHICLES.
15 SMALL pigs. 5 weeks old. Tel. Col-
rax 3ftii. forest uwn Dairy.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
WHEAT screenings 12.60 per hundred dC
A? w. naggner, avi ft. lstfc. D. lit.
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