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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES,
teThYkit Louie i.., Jrtbruray , 1919, age
Funt:ntl services from residence, ftfi2
Tuvker fist., Tuesday afternoon At 2:30.
Interment Forest Lawn.
IIEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertaker and emblamera, Tel, II.
iU. Office, 211 Farnam.
HULSE & RIEPEN
Pioneer Funeral Director.
701 8. Uth 81. Phone Doug. 1226.
STACK & FALCONER
Independent Undertaker. 3Sd-Far. H. 400.
H OFF M A N FUNERAl7Hb.MB '
Hoffman quality service coat lea.
!th and Dodge. Dougla 3901.
E. U DODDER "CO., Funeral" Directors.
V. L. Fero, Mgr., !2d and Cumins 3t.
Phone Cougln 677. Auto ambulance.
JOHN A GENTLEMAN,
Undertaker and Embalmer.
8411 Farnam St. Harney S92.
fonteneil. T P17 T "X A PHTfVV
JUULI XJ, Ul,JAlJiV
IS) 4 J'ouplos ft
Uih and Farnam. D. 3000.
151 Farnam. D. Hu.
MONUMENTS & CEMETERIES.
west Lawn cemetery.
Family lot on easy payments;
thoughtful service"; perpetual care; street
car lo entrance. Phon Walnut $20 or
Dougla 1129, and our auto will call fur
tHE laicst display of nunument tn
the United State. FRANK 8WOBODA,
121a 8. loth Phon Dougla 1872-6216.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS
BlrtTlft Andrew ami Frances Boris, 6333
South 33d St., boy; Walter and Edith Har
ris, hospital, girl: Nick and Mary Popa,
ol33 South 2Bth St., girl; Rips and Pallle
Nathon. 3K24 North 24th St., boy; Walter
and Salmii Larson. 429 Center St., girl;
Miko and Mary Cimino, 6707 North 36th
St., boy; ilulyeppe and Rnsaria Cerrano,
Itos Williams St., girl; Carl and Marie
Wells. 219 Lincoln Hlvd., girl; C. V. and
Florence Williams, MM Maple .St., girl;
John and (Jortrude Pedersen, 63d and Q
Sis., girl; Roy and Nell Adkins, 4005
North 29th St., boy; William and Flora
Foles. 3512 Fort St., girl: Ueorge and Luet
a Marklln, 2417 Maple St., boy; Frank and
Hnsle Swnboda, 1603 South 7th St., boy;
Stephen and Velcra Krklor, 40th and Ohio
St.. girl; John and Margaret Sexton, Itiv
ervifw Homo, boy; James and Theda
Uogue. 609 South 29th St., girl; William
:i ml Elthel ('lift, Blackstone Hotel, boy;
Preston and Dorothy MacAvoy, 4504 North
-7th St., girl: William and Rose Katzen
tein, 1615 Pratt St., girl: Victor and Moni
ca Lavrynowlcz; 6405 South 33d Ave., boy;
Partolett and Mable Yoder, hospital, girl;
Ailoiuh and Rosalie Skybynsky, 4402 33d
St., uirl; Joseph and Frances Igram, 4614
rlMUtll 34lh St., boy.
Dratlis Nora Skahlll, 23, hospital;
liintlie W Hnagland, 76, 610 North 48th
St.; Mary 15. Gross, 4S, hospital; Mary D.
u'NVat, 63, hospital; Bister Mary Helen,
i4, hospital: Baby Karasek, -1 day, hospi
tal; Puleshia Webb, 11, S021 Manderson
St.:el1on Fries, 60. 6119 South 26th St.;
, Laura N. Long, 2, 13th and B Sts., South
Side; Edward Tnmasjewlcz, 11 moa., 4407
Smith 27th St.; Elsie Raymond, 22, hospi
irtl. ' ..
lvriniis to wed were. Issued to the- fol
Name and Address Age
Inmes D, Earhart, Murray, Neb. ......25
.Mary 11. Rig he 1, Plattsmouth, Neb 21
Ward Triplett, Omaha .....23
Laura jollier, Omaha 19
lohn F. O'Neill, Omaha . 24
Ucrtrude Kennelly, Omaha ..24
Thomas Fox. Omaha 20
Frances Krimlofsky, Omaha 18
LOST, FOUND. REWARD.
LOST Sunday afternoon, between 4106
Dodge street and 112 No. 40th street,
string of graduate pearls, with platinum
' clasp, containing one diamond. Suitable
reward If returned to 113 No. 40th St.
Phone Harney 3616.
FO rTarTICLES LOST oo street cars, tele
phons Tyler 800. We are anxious to re
store lost article to rightful owner.
OMAHA & CO. BLUFFS ST. RY. CO.
LOST tBlack brooch, shape of Ivy leaf,
with diamond setting, between Port
land Apts. and Masonic Temple. Finder
call Apt. S, the Portland. Reward.
LOST In Sherman & McConnel's or
Mrandeis Stores bank small diamond
ring; reward. Call Webster 1916.
5 'ILL person who picked up white georg
ette crepe waist In Brandels rest room
call Tyler 1746; liberal reward.
LOST Black fox fun between Fontenelle
anw Union Station; reward. Apply Bur-
ysvHsn Aovertising uept.
Cos' A small black purse containing key
and small sum of money. Finder please
call Harney 636.
gfs.asn Advertising uept,
LOST Canadian government papers; valu
able to, owner only. Return to 215 South
1 th: reward.
LOST A cameo ring, Sunday Reward.
Call Harney 1858.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Furniture and Household Goods.
Unclaimed, refused freight that ' has
been on hand 60 days or over at the
Burlington freight station, near 8th and
Farnam streets, Tuesday, February 11,
Starts at 10 a. m. About 300 consign
ment of freight In car lot and non-car
lots will be sold at public auction above
date, consisting of lota of farm Imple
ments. 43 bbte. oil and paint, house
hold goods and new furniture, 400 lbs,
corn sugar, extra good Kabo piano, large
office safe, stock food and big "lot
groceries, bath and electric fixtures, oil
pump, trunks, big lot rock salt, new
delivery wagon body. In fact nearly
SHIELDS GENERAL FREIGHT AGENT
BETTER FURNITURE FOR YOUR HOME
It Is something always needed and
we have it always to please you. Now
is the time to supply your spring needs.
Our February Stock Reducing Sale,
should mean something to you. 25 per
cut to 50 per cent under-priced on me
dium and high-grade furniture. A-high-class
kitchen cabinet, $46.00 value, this
wfik, at 129.7s. See us for complete
uuttits. We pay the freight.
STATE FURNITURE CO.,
SW, Corner 14th & Dodge Op. U. P, Bldg.
flJKSrrUBta. Runs, Household (joods.
Best prices at all times.
J. E. SILVERS,
620-21 Paxton Block.
Phone Red 62 or Harney 6787.
Another Big Sale of High Grade Fur
niture. Ruga and Dry Goods,
in My Auction House at -South
East Cor. ISth nd Web. Street.
iWuesday. February 12. Start at 10 a. m.
Watch the Papers.
JAMES L. DOWD. Auctioneer.
LklTlT oak dining room set consisting of
bioie and chair, china cabinet and
buffet, mahogany rocker and chair, also
cbiUl's writing desk. Call morning and
evenings. No second hand men. 128 3.
3th. Tel Harney 554.
A Complete 6-room Home of Good Furni
ture at 3008 Facific Street.
Thursday. February 13. Starts at 1 p. tn.
sled the paper for Details.
JAMES I.. DOWD, Auctioneer.
W i; M.y, sell and make desks, ear, show
' -, shelving, etc. Omaha Fixture
;-p; Co., uto and Dougiaa, D. J7!4.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Furniture and Household' Goods.
Furniture, ttovea, rugs, linoleum, Vic.
trolas, trunk, suitcases, bedding, linen.
Better goods for lew money. Credit It
you wish. Open eveninga, 1S3J-4T N. .4th,
Phone: Web. IKU7 .Web. 42.
FOil SALE Cooking range. Estate make,
used three months: t 'i 9 range for $39.
3140 S. 17th St. Tyle,r 1527;
Bl'FFET and china closet for sale cheap,
fall Harney (iSiO.
Pianos and Musical Instruments
IN ALL LANGUAGES,
RIALTO MUSIC SHOP,
1416, Douglas S;.
PIANO& for rent $4 per mo. A. Hoape Co
Typewriters and Supplies.
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING
NEW AND REBUILT
The most complete line of Typewriter
and Adding Machines west nf Chicago.
Can furnish any make at most any price
you desire to pay. We rent and 'epalr
all makes and will buy or trade for your
old machine. Every machine guaranteed
See us before you buy.
CENTRAL TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE.
(Established over 15 years.)
Dougiaa 4121. 1906 Farnam St.
REBUILTsold, rented, repaired. Carbon
paper, ribbon and supplies. tervlee
guaranteed. Try us. Phone Doug. 6031.
OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO.,
106 North 16th St.
WE buy, sell and exchange typewriters,
desks and office furn.ture. Midland of
fice Supply Co., 1404 Dodge St. Tel.
TYPEWRITERS all makes, sold, rented
THE W. N. LONG COMPANY.
11$ Farnam. Tel. D. 8969.
KENT an Oliver Typewriter, three month
for 86.00. Oliver Agency. 190S Farnam
We rent, repair, sell needle and part
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO..
15th nd Hhrney 8t Doug. 1663.
I will sell at puilio auction In built
for cash to the highest bidder, subject
to confirmation or rejection by the
referee In bankruptcy, the entire stock
of merchandise and store fixtures be
longing to the estate of Samuel Raphael,
bankrupt (Raphael' Department store),
of Wagner, S. D.
841,000 OF CLEAN, NEW MER. .
CHAND1SE. ' '
The sale will be1 held at the bankrupt's
tor building In Wagner, S. D., on
FEBRUARY 18, 1919
AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M.
The etock will Invoice about 841,000
and the fixture 13.600. The stock Is
made up almost entirely of new and
recently purchased merchandise, con
sisting of about 87,000 of shoes, J3.000
of groceries, 83.000 of overalls and
shirts, a heavy dry good stock, ladies'
ready-to-wear stock, fur coats, sheep
lined coats, men's suit and pants,
notions . and miscellaneous articles us
ually carried in a department store. I
The fixtures are up to date cash regis
ter, 12 show cases, computing scale,
safe, mirrors, etc.
JOHN H. RAUSCH,
Trustee in Bankruptcy.
BAILEY & VOORHEES,
SIOUX FALLS, S. D.
riPTXTlV 0LL RELIABLE PORT
UJA11N JV Non-Intoxicating.
Has the old spicy wine taste.
Put up in 16-gaI. kegs only. J1.25 per
gallon to dealers.
Pure apple cider 60 cent per gallon.
In 16 gallon kegs.
Good Old Romy for hot toddles 82
per gallon, -
Apricot cider 81 per gallon, 10 .gal
Above prices cash on delivery or for
check or money order sent with order.
Goods absolutely guaranteed first class.
SOLD BY PORTO BEVERAGE CO.
244414 Burt. Tel. Doug. 3462,
JVE accept Liberty bonds or cash, or give
terms on Edison- Diamond Disc or
Cylinder Phonographs, Vlctrolas and
Paths Phonographs; also Records and
New Home sewing machine. Write S.
E. Kemp. Blair, Neb., Dept. A.
No. 1 early Ohio potatoes In 2-bushel
sacks, delivered In 10-bushel lot or
mors to dealer or residences In Omaha,
81 per bushel. "Wire or write Aran L.
Hungerford, Crawford, Neb.
BURROUGHS ADDING .MACHINE nine
column visible. Wide carriage and
stand; perfect condition. Price complete
8185. Tb W. N. Long Company, 1916
FIVE THOUSAND tons country mixed
iron; also rubber and metals. J. Katel
man, 1126 S. 6th, Council Bluffs. PH. 650.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Mattresses made
over In new ticking at halt the price of
new ones. 1907 Cuming. Douglas 2407.
FOR SALE Protectograph check writer,
excellent condition. Bradford-Kennedy
Co., 370 Brandels Theater Bldg.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 81,150 contract,
discount for cash. Call Dougla 1088.
Evenings, Walnut 3329.
CABINET made oak counter, 12 ft.; 2
tailor tables office railing; 835. 2636
Dodge. Harney 6923.
FOR SALE Reed baby cab tn good- con
dition. Apt. No. 11, Ths Raleigh, 3011
FOR SALE OR TRADE Six cylinder
Saxon roadster, fine running order,
want team, harness and wagon. J. F.
Turner. Soil Company, Council Bluffs.
WANTED TO BUY.
We tay cash for
Liberty Bonds and Partly
' . Paid up Bonds.
N. W. Cor. 15th and Dodge.
. LIBERTY BONDS
WE BUY LIBERTY BONDS and re
ceipts for partly paid-up bonds; we pay
cash; no waiting; no red tape.
411 M'C AGUE BLDG.
Kith and Dodge Sts.
Highest prices paid for
Partly paid up receipts and
WAR SAVINGS STAMP'S
Don't sell until you get our prices.
542 SECURITY I5LDG.
JENKINS. 706 South Uth, will pay best
price for old clothes, shoes, Job lot of
all kinds. Residence, Dougiaa 8032. Of
fice, Dougla S092.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks; used desks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed. 1201 Farnam. D. 6146
I ELITE FURNITURE CO.,
W pay best prices for furniture, rugs,
stoves, etc. All kinds of job lots. Doug-
ONE THOUSAND tons of country raised
Iron, also rubber and metals. J. Katel
man, 1125 So. ,th St. Phone 650, 4491.
WTE buy waste paper and pay good
' prices. Phone or write Omaha Paper
Stock Co. Dougla 16
WILL .nay cash for a good used standard
typewriter. Douglas S34j.
SECOND-HAND, fire-proof, safe. Address
Y-S37. Omaha Bee.-
L1BK.KTY losns bought. Ill South 15th.
Bath and Massage.
Hi Flshet, 879 Brand! Theater,
HEMSTITCHING. PLEATING. BUTTONS.
O U. VanArnaio Pleating Co..
SJ6-7 Paston Block. Phone Doug. S109
ACCOHDEO.M, side, knife, sunburst, box
pleating, covered buttons, all sties and
tyles; hemstitching, plcot edging, eye
let cut work, button holes, pennants.
IDEAL BUTTON AND PLEATING CO.
300-SOS Brown Bldg. Phone, D. I9S6.
AWNINGS AND PORCH FURNITURE.
Autu touring lent and camping supplle.
SCOTT-OMAHA TENT AWNING CO.
Baggage and Express.
Only Way" lT.
Omaha Transfer Co.
Brass and Iron Foundries.
7th and Martha Sts., Omaha, Neb.
Brass, bronze aluminum and machine
gray Iron castings.
Carpenters and Interior Decorators,
LESSARD & SON. 2021 Cuming. Ty. 1632.
FULL dress suits for rent, 109 N. 16th St.,
onposlte Postoffice. John Feldman.
KEL-PINE DANCING ACADEMY. , 2424
Fnrnam. Class and prlv. lessons. D. 70.
JAMES ALLAN. 312 Neville Blk. Evl
dence secured In all cases. Tyler 1136
Ethel Malthy, D. C 312 Bee Biag. D. 3072.
Dr. J . C. La n Ton cBaTrd Bld g D.8 4 6 1.
SP1 NOGRAPH, Dr7WwTraT5ith7Farnam:
SPECIAL SALAD for sale.
- Rlalto Delicatessen.
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 921 W. O. W. Bldg.
Tart's Dental Rr 30S Rose Bldg. D. 2186"
Fixtures and Wiring.
Til TT? IV T 1 Electric washing machines.
iuinviiUjiri,, ron, an( readlng
tamps. 2223 Cuming St. Douglas 8519.
HI. MS developed, rolls 10c: pack. 16c;
Ease Studio, Neville
IF you would like to learn photo finishing
apply at once. The Ilopson Co., 209 S.
DEVELOPING and printing. One-day
service. Photo Craft Shop. 1408 Farnam.
FILMS developed free. Mall orders so
llclted. THE ENSIGN CO.. 1007 Howard.
SILK flags, all slr.es, to order for church
es, clubs, etc. E. E. See, 119 No. 15th St.
WE MAKE up youy trappings into coals,
muffs, scarfs, mittens and caps. We
pay best market price for your raw furs.
ALASKA FUR CO.,
Northeast Corner 16th and Dougla.
COSTUMES of all ages from Adam and
Eve to the world war; costumes for
theatricals and masquerades; in a nut
shell, costumes for everything can be
leased at Thco. Lleben & Son, 1616
Howard St. Omaha.
T)T AMONTV3We p"? ,he De,t Prl
--..w., wlth privilege to buv
back at small profit. GROSS JEWELRY
CO.. 408 N. 16th. Red 6081.
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 Bee Bldg., Omaha.
DR. MABEL WESSON,
614 Brandeis Bldg.
T. 2960. H. 4741.
PATENTS procured, bought and old. In
ternational Patent Co., 683 Brandel.
Watera-Barnhart Ptg. Co,.jl4 S. 13th St
TRY our good meals at new Hungarian
Kosher restaurant. 316 S. 16th. upstairs.
Repairing and Painting.
PAPER HANGING, painting, plastering
and carpentering. All work guaranteed.
Dledrlcjt. P L. 216 S. 20th. Tailor. D. 2432.
BARGAINS 1312 Farnam. Q A Tpl7C!
J. J. Derlght Safe Co. Oar HiO
Omaha Towel Supply 207 S. lllh. D. 682.
WEDDING announcements and printing.
Dougiaa Printing Co. Tel. Douglas 644.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE THRIVING
Implement business and sheet metal
works, one or both. Average dally re
ceipts $125. Amount Invested $15,000.
Stock on consignment $7,000, City resi
dence $2,000, unincumbered. Will take
small farm near town as part payment,
balance to suit. Reason for selling lack
of help and a desire to retire. Lock Box
71, St. Paul, Neb.
FOR SALE Prosperous electrical supply
and wiring business In nearby town.
Books may be Inspected by any bona
fide prospective buyer. Present owner
has other Interests, cannot give suf
ficient time. This business will make
an energetic owner a profit of $360 per
month. For further information address
Box Y-345, Omaha Bee.
Broken Bow, Oklahoma offers more op
portunities for a business man to make
money than any western town. Over
3,000 laborers now employed and 1,000
more needed. Monthly pay roll $125,000.
Address Garland Adair, Sec Commercial
GENERAL store and filling station and
other buildings and large lot; situated
In the richest farming district of north
ern Colorado, For particulars address
A. L. McB -le,. Fort Collins, Colo., R.
F. D. 1, Box 118.
CANDY KITCHEN FOR SALE Stock and
fixtures invoicing about $3,300. In town
of 2,500. Next door to picture show.
Write to Hamburg Candy Kitchen, Ham
BUSINESS FOR SALE Doing over. $2,000
monthly and growing: doubled last year
$1,500 will handie. If you are a hustler
and mean business write for particulars.
A. D. Lee, Farmlngdale, S. D.
PICTURE, SHOW AND DANCE HALL in
best town In northern Nebraska. No
opposition. Clearing $250 monthly. Best
reason for selling. Address Box Y-341.
TWO-CHAIR barber shop for sale, fine
business; going west on account of poor
health in family. Address Box Y-311,
FOR SALE Good paying grocery busi
ness. Inquire 1242 So. 13th or call
IF YOU WISH to buy or sell any business
consult usi 542 SECURITIES BLDG. .
THbl BKK will publish free a situation
wanted ad under this classification for
soldiers, sailors and marines who will
show their discharge papers at our
office tn the lobby of tho Bee building.
Hpventeeemh and Farnam.
BUSINESS MAN with plenty of original
ity, Initiative and personality, good at
figures, good typist, A-l salesman with
general business education, open for posi
tion in western Nebraska, Colorado, Wy
oming or Montana, bank, real estate,
manufacturing or any good going busi
ness with posibilitlrs considered. Ad
dress Box B-?(i, Omaha Bee.
CARABLK man, 45, experienced in office,
ba n k, farm loans and securlt ies ; ac
quainted throughout Nebraska and
western Iowa; wants permanent con
- nection with responsible house. Ad-
dreMH, Box Y-3H, Omaha Bee.
PISCRARORD SOl7ll ER wants position
an auto driver or repair man. Phone,
South 4H5. Fort Crook road, Soulh
Side. J. H. Keenan. (
DISCHARGED soldier would like work
of any kind; have had some electrical
experience. Call Harney 213 or Writu
Box B-ll, Omaha, Bee.
FAINTING, paper gleaning, odd jobs, Web
JhlAN and wif would lik janitor work.
Call Web. &S91
CARPENTER work by day and jobs,
prices reasonable: satisfaction guar
anteed. Doulas 4379.
VI . AST E kTn uTT'ATt ' I i TN I i, cement and
mason work properly doge. Phone Wal
STENlMS RAINIER, bookkeeper, aged ii;
5 years' experience. Room 634, Casrle
A JAPANESE wishes to get a job, for
house . work. Experienced, Phone II.
POSITION as lanltor, bv experienced fire
man. CAM Webster1 123U.
CARPENTERING and general repairing
WIDOW Aged :15, unincumbered, wants
position as housekeeper. with full
chance, out of city. Address A-96, Oma
GOOD girl wishes housework whero laun
rt ryJ sd o n e. Webster 2pni.
COMPETENT dressmaking and remodel
ing. Red 6657.
STENOGRAPHER desires position. Fhono.
Tyler 1979 -W.
Dressmak'g, cteHiting, pressing, liar. 692S.
Laundry and Day Work.
EXPERIENCED colored lady wants bundle
washing by day or week. Wen. 1720.
COLORED liuiy wants cleaning by day
Ilmlls. carefully laundered. Call & del.
CURTAsi laundered. 2614 Dodge. Harney
1180. w ' '
BUNDLE WASHING and day work. Tyler
LAC.NDRESS wants Monday and Tuesday
, work. Webster 6557.
Rel. lady wts. Ironing, liny w'k. Web. 6!!X.
Stored and Offices.
WANT EI) An cxpt-ritmctd assistant ware
huusfi foreman capable of handling men
pud tiiking complete charge of a small
general wholesale hardware warehouse.
In reply adviso the hardware wholtwalo
bouses thu t j nu have had experience,
with the length of time you have been
with each firm, the salary you received,
your hkv education, give references,
also state salary you would expert to
begin with. Address Box Y-343. Oma
SOLDIERS AND SAILORS
The Bee will publish your situation
wanted tula rHKE of charge. Just bring
your discharge papers lo our office In
the lobby of the Bee building, 17th and
' Farnam. A star will ba placed in each
ad to Indicate your service in the army,
navy or murines. Bring them In
GOVERNMENT will hold railway lntill
clerk examinations In Omaha March 15;
t!)2 month; experience unnecessary; nien
IS or over desiring clerkships write for
free particulars. J. I,. Leonard (former
civil service examiner), 018 Kenols
SALESMAN, with auto.
Salesman, sal. and com,
11J6 W. O. W. Bldg. v
THE MARTI COMPANY1,
WANTED Two live, wide-awake sales
men on the most up-to-date proposition.
Quick returns and no investment on
your part. Names furnished to steady
workers. Apply, 312 Balrd Bldg., Mr.
STENOGRAPHER, beginner, to act as
clerk and assistant to superintendent of
manufacturing plant; excellent oppor
tunity for bright young man; salary $65
to 175, Western Reference & Bond'
BECOME Railway Mail Clorks. $92
month. Sample examination questions
free. Franklin Institute. ' Dept. 230 M.,
Rochester. N. Y.
WANTED An experienced grocery clerk.
Apply Washington Market, 140JDouglas.
TRAVELING salesman, grocery specialty,
$150. Western Reference & Bond Ass'n.
SHUTING clerk, wholesale, $136-1150.
iv.vtin kkk ;o., 1138 1st Nat'l. Bank.
Professions and Trades.
YOUNG MAN STENOGRAPHER.
MUST BE ACCURATE. SAL
ARY TO START $85.
CERTIFIED PUBLIC AC
COUNTANT. GOOD OPENING
WITH LARGE ACCOUNTING
605 BEE BUILDING.
JOB PRINTER APPRENTICE WANTED.
Want to correspond with young man who
has working knowledge of job printing
and press work to go Into nearby coun
try town. Good opportunity to learn the
linotype machine and newspaper, busi
ness in general. ; Address B 80, care
MEN WANTED to learn the tire repair
.and retreading trade in one of the most
up-to-date repair .shops. Three weeks
tuition $25. Clyde Eller, instructor, form
erly with National Auto Training School,
NATIONAL TIRE SHOP
17th and Capitol Ave.
WANTED Bushelman to do ladles' and
men's repairing, pressing and dry clean-
m ing. We use Hoffman pressing machine.
Good wages. Steady employment. The
Model Clothes Shop, Hardin, Montana.
WANTED Harness man to work in shop
and hardware store. Steady job. State
wages wanted. Don't write unless you
can give good references In first letter.
P. O. Beaulieu, Winner, S. D.
BKAKEMEN, firemen, $150-J200 morthly;
experience unnecessary; must study
easy, necessary Instruction; send stamp
for requirements. Railway Association.
Address Box T-332, Omaha Bee.
WANTED AT ONCE First-class watch
maker for railroad and general watch
work; good salary for able and com
petent man. Geo. Gerner, Jeweler, 411
Broadway, Council Bluffs.
BOOKBINDERS and stock cutter wanted,
experienced on loose leef work. Will do
well to communicate with us. Nelson
Loose Leaf Corporation, 2425 Leaven
WANTED First class barber, $20 guar
antee; good over money; steady job.
J. C. Morgan, Seward. Neb.
WANTED Jeweler to work in shop;
steady work and good wages. Chas. G.
Grenzebaeh, Lincoln, Neb.
TAILOR First class, all around man.
Good pay, steady job. Heffley's Tailors,
138 North 11th street, Lincoln, Neb.
WANTED Upholsterer for furniture de
partment. Box 41406. Bee.
WANTED A good coat maker at once.
Henry Oteon. Aurora. Neb.
WANTED Experienced soda man. Brown
Drug Co., 'Sheridan, Wyo.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
Real moneyfor live men. Article has
thousands of friends. Strictly commis
sion. W. E. SHETTLEMORE,
GENERAL SALES MANAGER.
220 South 13th St.
CHICAGO COMPANY WITH ESTAB
LISH Kl) OMAHA BRANCH, PKSIRKS
A HIGH CLASS SALESMAN. PRKKEK
MAN WITH ADDING M ACH INK, CASH
REGISTER OH OTHKll SPECIALTY
EXPERIENCE FOR NEBRASKA TER
RITORY. GROWING COMPANY; OP-
I'ORTl'NITY FOR QUALIFIED MAN.
STATU SALARY EXPECTED TO)
START. ADDRESS BOX Y-342, OMA
HA BEE. I
GOVERNMENT railivajT mull ctorL ex- i
aminntion (mains and females) March f
15. Sppclsl full, cotnplele preparation j
only 111), by our expert former Kovern- i
ment examiner. Knroll today or write
forNfre particulars. "R. M. C. Pat
terson Civil Service School, Rochester,
Traveler, acquainted with school sup
plies. Woks and stationery lines. Ad
dress Mnx n-Kl, Omaha Ben.
STOCK SALESMEN This Is a raws op
portunity for a few Rood men to make
blsr moii'-y. ItcfermicfH. 1012 First Nat.
Bank lildg., ask for Mr. Mills.
HELP WANTED MALE.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
WANTED 3 )r four first class salesmen
fo plumbing and heating line for Ne
braska and Iowa territory. Men who
served their country during war pre
ferred. Apply by letter, stating ex
perience and salary wanted. Address
ii-lu, iruiaim rtcc.
SELL GENERAL PERSHING'S STORY
of the American army in Franco, with
color Illustrations; sells at sight; profit
60 to 100 per cent; send 25c for sample.
Heraig & McLean, Inc., World Tower
Bldg., New York.
WANTED Boml salesmen, who are look
ing for a change without loss of in
come. AVe have just the proposition
and no money required. Act quick.
See Mr. Becker, S12 Uaird Hldg.
WANTED Experienced salesmen to sell
nursery stock. B. E. Fields & Son.
Fremont, Neb. Phone 62.
Agents and Canvassers.
AGENTS WANTED Memorial Life of
Roosevelt; America's War For Hu
manity, each 12 00. 20 per cent com
mission to agents. Ford automobile
given free for 90 days' best record sales.
Send 20 cents for each outfit. F. B.
Dlckerson Co., Detroit, Mich.
CM!i"OMlNTETE HISTORY OF THE
WAR," contains Genenil Pershing's own
story and peace supplement. Best terms
with premiums, t'rmup shipment.. Out
fit free. Nichols Co., Nuverville, III.
To co-operate with us in selling our
well Improved Southern Minnesota farm
this season on easy terms. Write us for
booklets and pat-ticiilsrs. The Sonncsyn
Land Co., St. James, Minn.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
WANTED Young ladies lo learn how to
operate Comptometers and Burroughs
calculating and bookkeeping machines.
A good position absolutely guaranteed to
every graduate. Time required to com
plete course, 6 weeks to 3 months. Day
and evening classes. Cull and see us or
telephone Douglas 7415 for particulars.
DWORAK SCHOOL OP ACCOUNTING.
Second Floor Wead Bldg.,
18th and Farnam Sts.
STENOGRAPH EK, splendid future, $100.
Stenographer, small office. $50.
Office clerk, $0. , ,
Discount clerk, $70-$75.
THE MARTI COMPANY,
112C W. O. W. Bldg.
STENOGRAPHER, insurance office, $H5;
stenographer, beginner will do, $00;
ledger clerk and tvpist, $5-$75.
BUSINESS MEN'S REFERENCE ASS'N.
1307 W. O. W. Bldg.
STENOG. and Diet, opr., $90; ateno., $N6;
offleo clerk; $50; steno. and bkkpr., $80.
WATTS REP. CO., 1138 1st Nat'l. Bank.
WANTED Girl meat wrappers. Apply
Washington Market, 1407 Douglas.
STENOGRAPHER and billing clerk, $75.
4 Western Reference , Bond Ass'n.
Professions and Trades.
FOR STEADY WORK
In various departments of the Snow
White Bakery. This is a modern, sani
tary and fireproof building with plenty
of good light and good air, where the
conditions surrounding the work are
made as pleasant as possible.
Snow White cafeteria serves good,
hot lunches every noon for as little
as 12 cents.
Good girls and women Vho are able
and willing to work always make good
money here. Beginners Btart at $10
per week and are ald more just as
rapidly as they learn and earn more.
Our week's work ends at 12:30 Sat
Apply to Mrs. Emory In employment
office, second floor, middle Of block.
ITEN BISCUIT CO.
SNOW WHITE BAKERIES,
i Capitol Avenue 12th to 13th Sts.
Has a few vacancies for young ladles
to learn Ions distance telephone, oper
ating. 'Tho work Is Interesting, the sur
roundings are pleasant. A gooL-4alary
is paid while learning. If you are In
terested In getting Into a real business
where your prospects for advancement
will not be affected by after-the-war
conditions call and see
MISS GRACE COX
1120 TELEPHONE BLD.
19th AND DOUGLAS.
NEAT YOUNG WOMAN ABOUT
25 FOR BOOKKEEPER,
STENOGRAPHER AND CASH
IER. MUST BE EXPERIENC
ED. GOOD SALARY. FINE
60S BEE BUILDING.
Liberal pay while learning and fre
quent Jncrease in salary.
Work la clean, pleasant and Inter
esting. MEALS AT COST
YOUNG WOMEN 17 YEARS
OF AGB OR OVER.
APPLY TO C F. LAMBERT.
NEBRASKA TELEPHONE CO.,
613 New Telephone Bldg.'
19th and Douglas.
SEWLN'G girls wanted. Apply at Lleben's,
lul4 Howard St.
Hotels and Restaurants.
WANTED Woman cook at Soulh Side
hotel.- Call South 07
Household and Domestic.
EXPERIENCED white girl for general
housework, family of two In six room
Dundee home, satisfactory wages, ref
erences required. A good home for the
riitht girl, must apply at once. Walnut
VANTHUt-A girl that is a good ceok and
housekeeper, for the farm; good wages;
must, send reference with first letter;
farm cirl preferred. Mrs. J. M. Latimer,
WANTED Girl to assist with housework;
small house; no laundry work or cook
ng; very good wages. Phone Harney
..jii). 11)9 South 42d 8t
WANTED Ilousekeaier for widower and
son located one-half mile from town.
Address John U. Johnson, Bruno, Neb.
WANTED An elderly or middle-aged
lady to do light housework, small fam
ily, noy Finch, phone South 2178.
NEAT girl for general housework; small
family; plain cooking; no washing; good
wages and nice room. Walnut 465.
WANTED -A young white girl to assist
wtlh hdusework and care of children-,
good home. Walnut 1621.
WANTED Competent cook and general
work, where second girl is kept, Mrs
A. . W, Gordon 3S11 Jackson.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Household and Domestic.
WANTED A competent second maid. Ap
ply Mrs. L. C. Nash. 380? Burt St.
Phone Walnut SI 3.
WANTED A reliable maid for second
work. Apply at 106 South 32d Ave.,
WANTED White woman to help Willi
washing on Saturday morning at 810
WANTED An experienced cook, $13 per
week. Walnut Mrs. John L. Ken
nedy. WANTED A white girl for general house
work . Pbo nHa rJTSJSOJJJo Jt hAye;
COMPETENT white cook; gooft wanes;
references. Walnut 99. 3So Hurt St.
WANTED, at once, an experienced whito
cook. Call Harney 4"ti0.
COM PET il N'lTvTi i IT E G 1 K L toft general
bouse work. Mrs. If, Tukoy, TVal. 145.
GOOD girl for general housework, good
pay. Call Douglas HOW,
GOOD home for girl from out of town
attending school in family of three in
'Dundee. Call Walnut 1755.
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladles and boys to learn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
learning: strictly modern. Call or write
1103 Dodge St. Trl-Clty Barber College.
Phone D. 2147.
MEN, women, boys and Kills can esrn
from $3 to $5 per day during your lets
tiro time; it can be done anywhere; fer.
particulars write to Box B-37, Omaha
HOLER Barber College wants young men
and ladles to learn ths barber trade.
Call or wrlte(or free catalogue. 110
S. 14th St., Omaha. Ni-b.
WANTBb couple without children io
work on farm. For particulars wrilo
to Arthur K. Graw, "Washington, NVr.
DAY SCHOOL. NIGHT SCHOOL.
Students are admitted at any time.
Complete courses in accountancy, 'ma
chine bookkeeping, uomptomelry, short
hand and typewriting, stenotypy, rail
road and wireless telegraphy, civil serv
ice and all Kngllsli and commercial
branches. Write, call or phone DouR'as
1,165 for large Illustrated catalogue.
Boyles Building, Omaha, Neb.
STOP worhTTearn a trade; fit yourself for
the future; no book work; quick and
easy; fres catalog. National Auto
Training Ass'n, 2814 N. 20th. Omaha,
Van Sant School of Business.
Pay and Evening Schools.
2:o Omaha National Bank Bldg.
LEARN Mosuer shorthand and typewrit
ing. Day and night classes. Omaha
Shorthand College Bee Bldg.. D 6528.
FOR KENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT III private home, one to
three nicely furnished rooms; tile bath
on same floor; can accommodate one or
more gentlemen; breakfast if desired.
3 UNFURNISHED, heated rooms.
813 North 19th St.
HEATER rooms, J2.50 week; apartments
with kitchenette. Odgen Hotel, Council
FOR RENT FURNISHED
A TWO room furnished cottage apartment.
Rent reasonable. Inquire Sunday or
evenings after 7. 2322 Harney St.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
EXCELLENT nine room modern house,
SIX-ROOM HOUSE, part modern, 180S
Miami street SI 2 50
Five-room and bath, -cottage, 1803 Mi
ami street 15.0l
Phone Webster 6892.
IN ALL PARTS OP THE CITT.
UtEIUHSONS & CO.. Bee.
PETERS TRUST CO.,
specialists m Apartment management.
LIST your property for rent or sale with
Realtors. Tyler 72.
Rooming Houses For Rent.
PAYNfcl & SLATER COMPANY,
Omaha's Rental Agents.
61 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldk. D. 1016.
407 SO. 2"TH AVE., 9 rms.. J45.
1918 Capitol Ave., 10 rms., 150.
Tyler 153S. 833 Securities Bldg.
2305 Leavenworth, flat, 5 rooms $20
2568 Douglas street, 9 rooms 33
JOHN N. FRENZKR, Doug. 664.
. BIRKETT & CO.
Cars of property and Insurance 650
Bee Bldg. Douglas 632.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS.
$15 Four rooms and bath.Bemls Dark:
tenant looks after furnace heating four
otner apartments. Webster 2342.
S-ROOMS and sun room, semi-basement
apt.; team heated, modern, $22.60.
Maple Court, 1816 Maple Btreet. Bed 682.
7-R Stm. Heated flat, 708 N. 16th St. T.954
FOR RENT Business Property.
AUTO SHOW ROOM OR
2674-2576 Harney Street. New store
building, space 44x6. One story with
full basement. Will remodel front to
make fine display room.
Nebraska and Wyoming Invest
ment Company, x
32! Brandeis Theater. Douglas 1571.
Private office, reasonable. Sol Karbach
Block, 16th & Douglas street A. A. Patz
man, 301 Karbach Block.
$115 per mo., 116 S. 15th St.. 20x60 ft.,
full basement, steam heat.
D. 6342. WORLD REALTY CO.
MODERN store, ICth St.. near postoffice.
low rent. G P. Stebblns. 1610 Chicago.
702 Rnd 706 North 16ih Street, Web. 3314.
Garages and Barns.
Auto repair shop, 102 South 10th St.,
this building can be rented with or with
out partial equipment. Call Mr. Rlchen
berg, Douglas 27. The Byron Reed Co.
16TII AND JACKSON. DOIK1. 288.
STORAGE MOVING. PACKING.
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF ALL VaCaNI
HOUSES AND APARTMEVTS.
AND STORAGE CO.
For real service in hauling or storage
caM Tyler 230 or D. 4338, auto or
Separate locked rooms for houfehold
goods and piano: moving, pack!" a of
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE) CO.
806 8 16'h. Pougl'l 161-
WE haul furniture, light and heavy
hauling. Live stock hauling a specialty.
CALDWELL TRANS. CO.
Office Tyler 679. Res. Douglas I31.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
CLOSE IN BARGAIN
PRICE ONLY $3,6P0
Six rooms and bath, strictly modern;
high and sightly location near 26th and
Chicago streets. $T10 down will handle.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
658 Om. Natl. Bank Bldg.
A SPLENDID 11 -room
Nilssun, 1S2 Securities Bids,
REAL ESTATE IMPRO ED.
8 ROOMS, CLOSE IN,
ntfiftly modern lioin on
Turner hlvd., Just north of Far nam St.,
faohitr Turner prk. Oak throughout,
Kood basement funiHoe heat. Owner is
leaving t'ity ami lms put au exceptionally
low prk'e for (juiik side. A f.n homo
and tlio price is surely right.
J. L. HIATT CO.,
QflA FIRST NATIONAL PHONB flO
HANK liLDll. TYLKR UO
FARNAM CAR LINE
505 SO. 31ST STREET
Six rooms find s.pnpinjr porch, oal;
finish, oak floors throughout, noatlye
dfporated and painted, new guaranteed
furnace, j. orated whero values am In
creasing rapidly. Trice only $5,000,
House vacant: kev at our offiv.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
658 Omaha Nat. Tik. iimr.
Tyler 4 S5
NEAR DUNDEE, $3,500
Almost new b.ungalow, u rooms and
bath, oak finish, strictly modern: lot
f.Oxli'iO; laiffe chicken house; fruit trees.
Hurry if you want this.
P. J. TKHRKNS CO., 605 Omaha Nat. UK.
Just listed, the niftiest 5-room buntra
low in Minne I-una, consisting of 0
rooms all on one flooti; Iiur living room
with fire place; dining room with built
in bookea.sea; 2 bedrooms and bath on
first floor; house entirely finished with
oak floors and whito enamel f iulhh ;
built-in features la kitchen; full cement
basement; furnace heat; larae floored
altlc; south front on pawd street. Men
hiph and Htphtly. tuilt for a home.
I'rioed at $u,hUQ; could not bo duplicated
today for less than $ti.f,na,
S37 Omaha National Bunk Hldg. T). 1781.
5 acres, high and sightly, lies beau
tifully, with 8-room, strictly modern
hotixe; hot water heat; all In excellent
Khnpe, including garage, rhleken house
and all kinds of fruit and shrubs; close
1 to car; fine place fro bring up your chil
dren, do your own gardening. Big op
portunity tonake. some money on ad
vance of land In this location.
' D. V. SHOLES CO.,
915 City National Bank.
Balance $16 per month, for a good 6
room cottage, modern except heat,
near zfith and Seward Ms.
H, A, Wolf Co.,
DANDY 5-room cottage modern except
heat; In finest repair; 60xl38-ft. lot.
near Ames Ave. car; $150 cash, or a lot
or auto taken in exehange. Rasp Bros.,
212 Keeline Bldg. Tyler 751.
MEW. 7-rooin, oak finish; largo lot; dou
ble garage; price $6,750; terms. 6137
North 24th St. NORRIS & NORRIS.
FOR WALE By owner, 6-room cottage, all
modern, good garden plot, small fruit
rherry trees, good location. Price $2,750.
4707 Franklin St.. phone Walnut 3SB3.
$2,600. Store building, 3 living rooms in
rear-.nll modern, good location. C. A.
Grimmel phone D. 1615.
MINNE LUSA homes and lots offer the
best opportunity to In' est your money.
Thone Tyler 187.
YOUNG & DOHERTY.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
322 BRANDEIS THEATER. D. 1571.
FOR SALE by owner. 5 room, all modern
buiiKSluw. JS00 cash, balance $20 month.
Just acrops the street from Field Club,
6 rooms, stone block and stucco, corner
lot; 3 dandy bedrooms; fireplace; beau
tifully finished. Price $6,000. Terms.
Do not disturb tenants, but call Tyler
50 and asfc for Jdr. Reed.
Hastings & Heyden,
FOR SALE Six-room modern house, fire
place. Garage, trees. Field club district.
C. D. ARMSTRONG
Douglas 1280. 325 Securities Bldg.
FOR RENT AND SALli
HOUSES, COTTAGES & APARTMENTS.
AMERICAN SECURITY CO..
101 S. 17th St Doueias 6(ll
Elegant home of fifteen rooms. partly
furnished, in fine condition, a very
large yard of a little over three acres
with lots of shade trees and shrubbery,
must be seen to be appreciated. Owner
will lease It for two year or longer at
$100.00 per month.
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.
Dougla 664. 1320 Farnam St.
Flv room atucco, oak floors throughout
oak and white enamel finish. Fine lo
cation. Price 4,600 or terms.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL
Doug. 1722. 642 Paxtori Block.
6-ROOM house, 1 lots, fruit, etc., $2,800;
on terms; nice location. Call Mr.
INTER-STATE REALTY CO..
1516 City National. Doug. 6236.
WE SELL, rent, Insure and make loans
on city property, north.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO..
24th and Ames Ave. Col. 217
BARGAINS In homes. Investments. Dior
ertle and acresge near Omaha. Han"-s-m
& Morton. 816 Omaha Nat. UK. B'dg.
REAL ESTATE-Business Property
BUSINESS property and Investments.
A. P. TUKEY & SON.
420 First National Bank Hldg
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
DOUBLE brick flat, close-in : large lot.
This property is located where value
are Increasing rapidly.
GEORGE F. JONES, REALTOR,
926 City Nat'l. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1946.
REA-. ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
1,20 ACRES IN BLAINE COUNTY, Ne
braska. Good improvements. Owner will
trade for 80 to 160 acre farm In eastern
F. M. MICHAEL CO.,
610 Electric Bldg.. Omaha, Neb.
ON IS ACRH IN BKNSON, five blocks from
ear. Young fruit. New 4-room house.
Want 5 to 7 room house near car. Two
acres adjoining. Reasonable. Benson
FOR SALE OR F.XCHANOK Good busi
ness corner to trade for western land;
will assume. , I'hone Colfax 8058. E.
M. Morgan, 1S0S Sahler 8'.
I WILL TRACK my eit.y property for
.land to raise wheat for the boys who
'won the war. Call Colfax 3237.
REAL EjSTAfE, UNIMPROVED.
16 SIGHTLY LOTS
Between 30th and 3Slh, fronting south
on Davenport, $1,050 to $4,000. Come
In and get a selection.
HARRISON & MORTON
91 Omaha National. n. 814.
LOTS on SSIh Ave. and Plnkney St, $5o0
to $S0O. T RAVER BROS.,
Doug. CtSfi. Silt First National Bauk.
WKST Farnam building lots as low as
8395: $10 down, $5 per month; all ini
provemenls. Dougla 6074.
Bl'i OAKI'KN LOTS.
$1.00 IIOWN, $1 00 A WKEK
buys fine garden trai:t, 41x132; only two
blotks from West Center car line and
one .blor k lo paved street; high and
slghtlv; hlaili soli; prices $295 nnd $;I40.
THK BYRON REEK CO.,
1",12 Farnam. Douglas 297.
LOT 15, Block 8, Thomasen & Uooa Add.
32d and Valley fU. Web. S314.
FCRHALK New (i-rooni bungalow, good
location. K. M. " Morgan, 1S08 Sahler
t. i'li'iim Colfax 3ti.i,
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
IN DUNDlJli NEIOHBOBHOOD.
' Am building en ettractlve 6-rooro,
home, wlih built-in oak buffet, book
cases, etc. The rooms ere good ilinl
and house Is etrlctly modern; peved
street: full lot; oak finish end floor:
Just one block to cr t'en be bought
for $5,250; $500 cssh end bslsnee on
monthly panient. rbon llarnoy
DUNDEE HOME OR
1 rooms, modern one block from caf.
Full lot: easy terms.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
919 City National.
THREE up-to-date medium priced resi
dences, also some choice vacant lot. K,
Nilsson. 4'.': .securities Hing.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
W have cash buyers for well located
bungalow and residence worth the
tnonev. For quick result list with us,
O'NEIL'S R. K. & INS. AGENCY.
.632-B Brandels Theater Bldg.
Tcl. Tyler 1024.
LIST jour bargain with us V waul
homes. Investment and acreage. Phone
Dougla 415. We will send our sales
man for a personal Inspection. McCague
LIST-your property for sale with J B.
Robinson fur quick sales. 443 Be Bldg.
Phone Doug. 8097.
SHOPF.N COMPANY. Doug. 4228.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. l' D.
Wead, Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam.
Real Estate. Loans & Mortgages.
CONVERT giat Installment loan on your
IIOIIIO J IIU tb DtlOIRIII llt.Viai vBn.
and avoid those monthly payments.
E. II. I.OUOKK, INC. Ml Keeline Hldg.
FARM LOANS Unlimited Tlmea-Amortl-
zatlon plan If desired. No commission
charged. A. 3. Love, Jr., 209 W. O. W.
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
64 and per cent; loan for March 1,
t per cent. Dumont & Co., Keeline Bd
No Delay Closing Loan.
W. X. GRAHAM.
604 Bee Bldg. Doug. 16.1J.
OMAHA HOMES EAST. NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE KICAL ESTATE CO
LOANS" ONClTY PROPERTY." "
VV. H, Thomas & Son., Keeline ldg.
WE BUY and sell Liberty Bonds Mack'
Bond House. -14:1 First Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Stocks and Bonds.
ASHLAND, WYOMING OIL CO. hn pro
ducing wells on three aide of their
property. In Big Horn Basin, Wyoming;
good producing wells, as close as 2i'0
feet of their line, stock now selling $1(1
per share. Fer full information, writ
Ashland, Wyoming Oil Co., Ashland,
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our new home seekers round-trip rat
to tha Mississippi river valley In soulli
eflst Arkansas. This inelurles sleeper,
note! bills, etc. "We want only men who
are interested In buying land nnd :ite
able to pay one-fourth cash. Hulamei
long time at fi per cent. We will enow
you land when cleared will produce hm
Kood crops as any of Nebraska's best.
Our prfre is 40 an acre. They are clear
ing It for about $!' an acre. There is
no rock and very little sand. It Is well
drained and nearly level. If interested,
prepare to leave Omaha With us Tues
day evening, February 18, but you must
let mo know In advance so proper r
rangements can bo made,
W. S. FRANK,
205 Neville Tllk.
Our neit excursion to McGehee, Arlc.
W. 8. FRANK. 201 NEVILLE BLK.
Grain, Mixed Farming. Ranching.
Any Acreage. Values Right. Easy
Terms. Write us for what you want.;
We have It. THIJRBER & CAMERON,
46 Canada Life Building, Calgary, AU
MUST BE SOLD BY
MARCH FIRST, 1919.
The Production of This
Will Pay for It in
No. 1 ISO acres, loo, acres broke,
fenced, good well and small Improve
ments at $r.5 per acre. Carry S2.u') f .r
five years at 7 per(cent; h'i miles fron
Ns. ! 320 acres 2 miles from mar
ket, 165 acres under cultivation: fair
Improvements. This Is a real bargain
at $55 per acre. Will carry $10,000 at
6 per cent for five years.
No. S Excellent quarter, 45 acn
broke, no Improvements;' four milia
from market; Ji5 per acre; carry $2,0("i.
No. 4 Another fine fluarter. raw;
five mile from county seat; $6S par
acre; carry $1,500.
No. ( 480 acres, raw; has a good
hedge post fence; five miles from county
seat; school acros the road. A real
bargain at $5T.60; currle $10,200.
No. t A nicely Improved 820-acrs
farm, 4 miles from county seat: 2'n
acres under cultivation. Price $75 per
acre; carries $7,000.
Look up the record of Phillips county,
Colorado, and you will readily under
stand why these are rare bargains. Thev
are put on the market at a sacrifice
In order to clean up by March firs!.
To land any of these bargains, wire uj
CHOICE Imp. or raw quarter, half sec,
or larger, Lincoln Co., bargains; essy
terms. J L. Maurer. Arriba. Colo.
THE GOLDEN BELT
Located I mile Colby, counly aeii,
Rork Island, Union Pacific railways,
perfect trait of land, smooth, level,
rich, productive, finely located, ur
rounded by fine wheat farms, well tm
proved, In one solid body, reliable
tractor proposition; house, barn, silo,
granary, sheds, corrals, wells, windmills,
excellent water; 1.000 a. cultivation,
750 a. fine wheat, 200 a. barley, 400 s.
wheat. 100 a. barley goe with al.
Price $42.50 per a. Terms, per cent
What you doln' down ther, Sal?
Kelln de bar. I sees you, John,
Siraddled all out, cross stove
Pipe El Bow.
MOSES T. BANTA,
Beloit, Kan., and
O-Acre home Southeastern Kansai1, well
Improved; black land; will exchange for
8. 8 R. E. MONTGOMKBT.
213 City Nsfl Bank Bldg. Omaha. Nefc.
FoR BALE All kinds ofTsrms In north
east Kansas, fiend Tor printed Hv
Silas D. Warner, J27S4 Caimnorciai
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