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"T3EATHS A FUNERAL NOTICES
STRICKLAND Lettle V., February 18.
1920, aged 13 years, at residence, 2310
" Cuming street. Wife of Dr. W. R,
Funeral Sunday. 1 p. m.. from Dod
der's Chapel, 23d nd Cuming "street.
- Interment Forest Lswn cemetery.
- Friends Incited. "
JlASON Mary,-E February 1, 120; age
44 years,--5l days. Belovsd wlf o(
H. C. Mason. , . ,
Funeral will b from Stack Fal
' oner Parlors, 33d and Farnam. Satur
'' day at 1:S0. Interment, Forest Lawn
cemetery. Friends are welcome.
SFdKINS George, aged 7 years. Fri
day, February 20, at his daughter's,
Mrs. B. D. Maxwell, residence.
Remains will be taken to Holienberg,
Kan., for burial, from Hulae & Blepen's
t'ndrrtaklng parlors, Saturdayr Febru
ary 21, st2oclock
WOODLAND Mrs; J. J died Thursday,
' February 19, 1920. , .
Funeral services saturaay, z p. m.
: at residence. Interment private.
CARD OF. THANKS.
Wl5 wish to sincerely thank our may
friends and relatives for their acts of
kindness during our late bereavement,
also (or the many besutiful floral offer
ings. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McColley and
t FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
; "INDEPENDENT UNDERTAKERS."
Thirty-third snd Farnam. Harney 64.
FRED E. FERO,
Funeral director. . -
i Lady Attendant. '
5Sd and Cuming 8ts. Phone Douglas
, 677. Auto ambulance.
" NEW, LOCATION
CROSBY'S NEW FUNKRAL HOM.K,
' 2013 WIRT ST.
Away from noise of busy streets.
PHQNB WEBSTER 47.
HEAFEY &, HEAFEY,
Undertakers and Embslmers.
Phone H. Si! 6. ' -Office 2611 Farnam.
HULSE & RIEPEN.
Pioneer Funeral Directors.'1
T01 South 16th St. Doug. 1066.
TAGGART & SON,,
-UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS.
qPphonc Doug. 714. -3216 Cuming St.
' DUFFY & JOHNSTON
Undertakers. 717 s. ith. T?ieris7g.
1x14 Douglas St. Douglas 8244.
. il. Henderson, 1619 Farnam. Douglas 1248.
JOHN BAT!, 18th and Farnam. D73000.
MONUMENTS & CEMETERIES.
THE largest display of monuments In
' the Unite States, FRANK SVOBODA,
"". 1216 S. 13th. Phone Douglas 1875-6216.
h ATTENTION ENGINEERS.
'. There will be an important meeting
of local 38, Saturday,. February 21, at
!.' I p. m. Hall at 16th and Capitol Ave.
I.- ' R. f. CLAY, President.
,V ' C. H. STACEY, Recording; Sec.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
!rBlrths Louis and Stella Danauskls, 6601
. South Thirty-third, girl; Ernest and Mary
Sherer. 6630 Blondo, girl; Talbert and Cly-
da Hayes, hospital, boy; J. Peter and
Metha Jesaen, hospital, girl; Louis and
Hose Scholnlck, 1139 North' Nineteenth,
girl;. Jameg and Martha Krlne Una, 3126
' Crebe. girl: t
..lyeaths Gaorge Frank Haney, 6, 4723
South Twenty-fourth; Beulah W. Byrd, 26,
6107 Florenc boulevard; Callle H. Howe,
68. hospital; Julia Kuzll, 37, 4411 South
Twenty-eighth; Mathilda Swanberg, 64,
8619 South Eighteenth: Monls Sher, ,63,
S604 Clvarles: Edith Charlotte Carlson, '19,
4524 Franklin; Andrew Jacobson, 41, 3118
"-".Clays Marv Cfbstello, 20, 1005 South Twen--lv.
second; Gustavo H. Knoell, 32, hospital;
W jiclbert D. Johnson, 62. 607 South Twenty
M fifth avenue; Charles B. Wright, 60. 87S0
Cuming: Stanley Larson, months. Jjospl-
2?"" ' ' "
I Th following persons
T lir,.... tn wed:
. Mam and Residence: I Age.
Roy Turner, Omaha 37
w Blanch Ray. Omaha 40
Nels Ohrlstensen, Audubon,"la 24
Rose Kytaun, Audubon, la 20
tr Charles W. Murphy. Omaha 31
y Eva B, Miller. Omaha. . 27
it Tho following building permits have
w been issucct; . ...
tf. Payn & Blater, frame dwellings a
follows: - 3371. 3363, 3411 and 3412 Pat-
, S. rick avenue." $3,600 each; 3380, S37t and
I 3372 Burdetto street. 13,600 ech; 3370
i Patrick avenue, 63,800c Tom Dennison,
rr 6141 Florene boulevard, dement chicken
4 house. $1,600; Fred Mengedoht,- 6344
"i Florenc boulevard, dwelling, $4,000.
Y LOST FOUND REWARDS.
h FOR ARTICLES kOST on street cars tel
, tj phone Tyler 800. We are anxious to ra
i store lost articles to rightful owners.
5 ' OMAHA COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RY.
LOST A Helta Gamma pin set with a
small diamond. Reward for return.
Katherlne H. Klefer, Rt. 3. Box. 1,
j ' Lincoln. Neb. i
'1 LOST Leather bag containing cigarette
sample and valuable papers. Finder
call T. A. Thompson, 914 N. 40th St.,
Wal. 115S. Reward. .
; SMALL open face gold ladles' watch, en
Ht vnvni Fi f. K. Reward for return. Al
bert Kdholm. Phone Douglas 1962.
. LOST OR STOLEN at 1607 South 26th
St., handbag Kindly return same to
- 1S16 Cass. Reward, j
LOST Bar pin, set with small dlamojros.
Tyler 3123. Reward. J
'"-LOST 4 pigs. E. H. Larseo. 473s Seward.
- Walnut t. -
'FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Furniture and Household Goods.
BEST BARGAINS IN OMAHA.
Solid oak Jacobean William and Mary
l-piec dlniirg room suite valued at $2"S
; to go at fl76. The suit consists of 4
chairs, leather seated; . an extension ta
ble and a very roomy buffet. Other
suites in same style. A William snd
- Mary, in walnut, $290 value, at $197.60.
A William and Mary, In mahogany, $400
value, at $:4.
STATE FURNITURE COMPANY,
Corner 14th and Dodge Streets,
' Opposite V. P. Headquarters, Omaha.
$23.60 stock of furniture to be sold; 300
stoves of all kinds, rugs, linoleum, phon
ographs, dufolds. tables, chairs, china
and kitchen cabinets, siressers, chiffon
. tors, beds, springs, mattresses, trunks,
suitcases, bedding, linen, etc. Open till
p. m. Credit if yon wish. " 183-4T
24th St. Web. 1C07.
OAK dining room chairs, osk. bxiffet, wax
finish: birch-mahogany dresser. solid
mahogany library table; all as good as
new; no dealers. Phone Webster 7054.
' OMAHA PILLOW CO. Mattresses made
evr In new tick, at hslf tho price of
' "nr Ig07 Cuming St Douglas 2467.
J,. We sell bow and near-new furniture,
'- - stove and rugsMt lowest prices; cash
or aymenis. ampr. eurn, eve r jo.
WILL e&xritire good household furaltur
at n hornn.e prices ir soia at otjoe,
Dons'ss 4959. 1421 Coming 8t .
8TEEL coal range, used but little, iho
, H" Blast with pipe. jolfax 82 69.
. 'P,ijk III
w -' 4324.
library table for. sale, .lis.
JS. - '
library table and rocker.
RD heater, dining table, plat rack.
ter JJU - -, .. - ; ?: , k
Furniture and Household Goads.
Citra high grade and staple furniture,
ruga, Vlctrola srd furnishings of Several
good homes, including the ller and Hll
Will he sold In my Auction House,
SOUTHEAST CORNER liTff AND
SATURDAY, FEB. 21. STARTS AT
1 P. M.
This la a big sale of good furniture,
Including one Vlctrola and a tot of rec
ords: five extra good 9x12 Wilton vel
vet ruga, eight good 9x11 Axmlnster
rugs snd several smaller rugs an
, sizes; one very expensive tapestry dav
enport, bookcase, two mahogany li
brary tables and three oak library
tables. Several beautiful pirturea. One
nearly new Jacobean oak William and
Mary dining room set, all perfectly
matched; three good oak dining room
. sets, complete; one beautiful, latest
style "Adam Period" bedroom snlte.
complete; six massive brass beds and
nine good Vornis Martin and tliree
Simmon a Dens, all Titled with springs
snd mattresses; several extra good
dressers in walnut, mshogany and oak;
one big lot of staple furniture In oak,
all kinds, including bedding and linens;
high .oven gas range, kitchen cab
inet, dishes and hundreds of articles
too numerous to mention.
JAMES L. DOWD, Auctioneer.
If you have anything to sell, call
Douglas n25, Tyler 966 or Colfax 1424.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
WE BUY. sell and exchange all makes of
pnonoirrapnh and record. We enn save
vou Ii0 to $100 on a phonograph. See
Us before you buy. Shlaes Phonograph
Co.. 1404 Dodge.,
A. HOSPE CO.
' art and music
Pianos for ren.
34.00 per month.
aptf, marimbas, instructions, re-
pairing. Phone Harney 2967,
Smith, 2761 Davenport St,
HAMILTON upright grand piano, excel
lent condition, walnut case, cheap. Web
BEAUTIFUL 1160 cabinet phonograph,
just like now.) only $75. South' 4436.
KINGSBURY piano, fine condition, rea
sonable. Webster 3321.
4 t Typewriters and Supplies.
ALL MAKES, bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sole agents for the CORONA.
Get our prices befors you buy. E,ve;
Central Typewriter Exc.
Doug 4121 1 8L(l5Fain;jn-
WE buy, sell and exchange all makes
of typewriters. Write for list. Midland
Office Supply Co.. 14H4 Dodge.
RENT an Oliver Typewriter, three months
for $B,00. Oliver Agency. 1906 Farnam
Store and Office Fixtures.
WK buy. sell ami make desks, .sufes, show
cases, shelving, etc. Omaha Fixture &
Supplv Co.. 11th and Douglas. P. 2724.
Lumber and Building Materials.
TRY H. M. KEVAN. 644 SOUTH SOTH ST
CREATOR'S popcorn machine, good condi
tion, electric movement, gasoline heat,
used lessthan year. Only $200 and will
pay freight. Address Box T-88, Omaha
JBee; 1 ;
FOR SALE Nine heavy tgasoline and
water) tanks One 6x'.10, 6,300 gal.; one
6x10, 2.100 gal.; one 6x4. 840 gal., and
6 smaller tanks. If interested write A.
A Lammers, Hartington, Neb.
OMAHA PILLOW CO. Feather mattresses
J made from your own feathers, summer
and winter sides. 1907 Cuming. D. '2467.
CHICKEN FEED, straw and, hay, sold at
Walnut Hill Feed Store; auto delivery
anywhere- In city. Walnut 1716.
FOR SALE Three gang I Oliver tractor
I plow, brand new, at a big discount.
I Wagner A Shaffer. Anita. Ia.
FIFTY sea f ford horses and mortarboats,
cheap. 2612 Capitol Ave. Harney 1490.
HAY $18 per ton. delivered. A. w"
Wagner, 801 No. 16th St. Douglas 1142.
LAWN mower, dress form, size. 38, also
hall rack. 1824 Clark.
size 14, reasonable.
Dougl as SI 17
DRY' KINDLING W:OOD. Acme Box Co.
LADIES'""set of Muskrat furs, $25. Har
WANTED TO BUY.
High prices for certain Issues this week.
W will help you make your Income tat
return. Strictly confidential
689 Securities Bldg fc
WE BUY baled waste paper, old, maga
zines and newspapers. State quantity
you ha'e on- hand. Write or phone for
prices. Omaha Paper Stock Co., loth
snd Mnrcy. Douglas 159. ,
LIBERTY BONDS BOUGHT.
MACK'S BOND HOUSE.
1421 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
Phone Tyler 3644.
New desks; used desks bought, sold and
traded. .1. C. Reed, 1207 Farnam. D. 6146.
WANTED Full revolving steam shovel,
three fourth dipper. Also dump
wagons Geo. M. King. 2513 High St..
Pes Moines. Ia.
Liberty Bonds Bought
v 610 World-Herald Bldg.
WILL buy second-hand clothing, - shoes
and furniture. Tyler 1598. A. Zavett.
706 North 16th St.
ACCORDEON, side, knife, sunburst, box
pleating, covered buttons, all sizes and
styles; hemstitcnlng, plcot, edglnjr, eye
let cut -work, button holes, pennants.
HEMSTITCHING, PLEATING, BUTTONS
u. v. van Arnam Pleating Co.
412-17 Paxton Blk. Phone Doug. S10
Baggage and Express.
Hartung's Transfer Co...
1211 HOWARD ST. TYLER 1676.
Trucks, any size, leased, or your haul-
ing contrscteq py Hour, day or year.
"The Only Way" DT,C2V8!
Omaha Transfer Co.
Brass and Iron Foundries.
27th and Martha Sts., Omaha. Neb. '
V Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine
gray Iron castings.
RRICKWORK CONTRACTED Estimates
glsdly given. August Bahrs, 1620 Burt,
Tel. Tyler 4870.
Carrie J. Burford. 620 Paxton Blk. R. 45S7
Clothing and Furs.
FULL dress suits for rent, 109 N. 16th St.
John Feldman. Phone S128.
EXPERIENCED Will alter or fix any
corset. Walnut 4407.
Dancing Academies. . 1
17"l7T PTMTT School for Dancing. 2424
JVJiJ-iXlMj Farnam. D. 7860. Class
at 8: dancing; at p. m Monday, Thurs
day. Saturday; private lessons any time.
r. -n nnrtr-r . ' . T1 1. DUm m ,141
; - -
Dr. Bradbury. No palp. 921 W. O. W. Bldg.
PHIL WINCKLER, personal service, evl-
L dene secured In every case. Harney
JAMES ALLAN, 31 2 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured In all cases. Tyler 1136.
DRESSMAKING and alterations,
guaranteed. Webster 5565.
DRESSMAKING and alterations, work
guaranteed. Tyler 3979. '
DRESSMAKING and alteration work,
guaranteed. Douglas 6860.
DRESSMAKING and altering done. Doug
ELECTRIC beaters, $10.50; vacuum clean
ers. $37.50, Mola, wsshlng machine
Lalley-Wllson Electric Co.. 1307 Farnam
BEST electric vacuum sweepers for rant;
delivered. Webster 42$.
ELECTRIC Vacuum cleaner for rtot Call
RKDI-MADE GARAGES, wood or steel.
8end for circular. Redl-Mad Housing
Co.. 2211 Howard. Red 3657.
, HATS! HATS!.
Hats cleaned and blocked.
, Paxton Parlor,
WEAVING and old rugs remade.
14U : - '
FOR moving and haui. call Douglas
7115. Blue Line Transfer Co., 2063
HAULING All kinds;" "best service; best
rates. Tyler 19" , , r
Kodak Finishing and Enlarging.
FILMS developed; printing and enlarging.
Writ for prices. The Ensign Co.. 1607
hsrk si small profit. GROSS JEWELRY
Co., in:! N. 16th St. Doug. 6049.
W. C. FLATAL".
Jeweler Estsbllshed 1892.
Snth Floor. Securities Pldg.
DR MABEL WEfeSON.
til Baird Bldg., 17th and Douglas.
T. 2960. II. 4741.
Painting and Papcrhanging. -j
PAPERHANOINO, palming; estimates
free; that cost r.othtng and may save
you money. t Tyler 3766
INTERIOR varnishing, enameling; floors
rnfinlshed and waxed; wall paper
cleaned. Wal. 4821. .
PAINT'NQ, papering, free estimates. Call
uiorn.ngs or evenlum. Harney B740,
PAINT1.N(. paperhanglng and plastering.
Phone Walnut 4567.
PAINTING, paperhanglng and paper clean
ing. Douglas 6322.
PAPER HANGING. $6 room snd up. in
ciuillng paper and work. VValnut 4,998.
PATENTS Drocured. UoiiKht snd sold. In
tarnalioua) Patent Co., Gsj Brandels.
U. S. Printing Co.. 422 8. 16th St.
SAFES jTRDer?ght f
Vt's rent, repsir. sell needles and parts.
15th and Harney, Doug. 1973.'
THEATRICAL, historicsl snd masque cos
tumes for amateur theatricals and par
ties for rent at T. Lleben & Son. Omaha.
OMAHA Stationery Co., o07-! South 17th.
Pledrleit, P. L., L16 3. 201 h. Tailor. D. 2432.
M. K.EISEH, il)6 South 18th, D. 1187.
Omaha Towel Supply, 207 S. 11th. D. 628.
IVKDDIMlV announcements and printing.
Douslas Printing Co. Tel Douglss 644.
GAS stoves connected, $2. All Rinds of gas
vvori;. Prompt service. Harney 1619,
Would you like to represent us in your
district on our oil lauda and leases In
the heart of production in Nowata coun
ty. Okbhoma, snd connect with men
who understand, the business nd furnish
you all the necessary Information? If
so. address Box 83, Nowata, Okl.
FOR . SALE Wstabllsheu confectionery
business in good town, of 1,500. popula
tion. Good trade year round. Price
reasonable. Good reason for selling.
Address Y-9o7. Omaha Bee.
FOR SALE Cafe, nice place, doing good
business; will sell right; have good lo
cation. Good reason for selling. Party
that is Interested call and i see us or
write, Box 352. York. Neb. '
OCR business Js to buy and sell your busi
ness. QUICK SERVICE SELLING EXPERTS.
f.14 Brown Bldg
FOR quick sale. Furnishings m 17 room
hotel doing good business. Rent $55.00.
Box 71. Palmer, 'eb.
THE BEE will publish free a situation-'
wanted ad under this classification for
soldiers and sailors and marines who will
show their discharge papers at our
office In the lobby of, The Bee building.
Seventeenth and aFrnam.
MARR110D man wishes place on a farm.
nt house: would n(-efer close in. Write. !
P. O. 92. fllanco, Iowa. i
PAPER HANGING. furniture repairing, I
floors varnished, housaclcaning, shade
trees trimmed. Webster InOS.
HOUSECLEANING, floors polished, plain
painting, varnishing. Edward Corey. '
II Kill SCHOOL boy wants work on Sat
urdays; has grocery experience. Harney
TEMPORARY accounting by auditor.-In-
come tax computeu. wainui oot.
WaU'h the Domestic column of The
Bee. Lots of good places are always
advertised. Don't miss them.
. Laundry and Day Work.
EXPERIENCED colored woman wants
doywork; cleaning a specialty. Webster
4621. , J
RELIABLE colored woman wants day
work, cleaning or ironing. Webster 3020..
COLORED ivo"nian. perfect In cleaning,
45c hour. City reference. Colfax 49S4.
EXPERIENCED colored woman wants
laundry work by he day. Harney 686:1.
EXPiHBNCist laundress and kroner
wents day work; reference. Soutft 4461.
DATWORK for Wednesday, Thursday and
Brlday. Webster 2093, rafter 5 p. m.
LAUNDRY, Ironing, day work, expe-
rienced. References. South 4461.
DJaYWORK and cleaning; good worker;
colored womRn. Webster 4701.
FAMILY and bundle washing;
and delivered. Walnut 1214.
DAY WORK wanted by reliable lady.
References. - Webster 6004.
EXPERIENCED laundress wants day
work. Webster 3955. ' ' -
GENERAL hmisecleanlng and rough dry
laundry. Doug. 6037. f
COLORED woman wants day work. Call
I Annie, Webster 4760.
EXPERIENCED colored lady wants day
work. Webster 2524.
EXEPERIENCED colored lady wants day-
work. Webster 2524.
LAUNDRY, da,ywork; good references.
DqueIb s 9319.
LAUNDRY and cleaning; colored woman.
BUNDLE vfashlng called for, delivered.
BUNDLE washing called for; delivered.
EXPERIENCED lady wants day work.
Webster 6099. .
LAUNDRY work and cleaning. 40c hour.
Webster 6063. .
LAUNDRY work by the
BUNDLE washing called for. delivered.
Tyler 400. ' ; ,
COLORED woman wants day work. Doug-
EXPERIENCED colored lsundress "fy
WANTED Bundle; washing.. Webster
work and daywork. Harney
COLORED lady wants day work. Tyler 897.
CLEANING and dusting. Douglas 6950.
HELP WANTED MALE
Stores and Offices.
BUYER for paper house, $250; traveling
salesman, established line, Nebraska
territory. $160 with bonus and expenses;
traveling salesman, prefer automobile
accessory experience, strongest house in
the west, salary $150 to $200 or over
with . commission and bxpenses; young
man to develop Into executive position,
some, knowledge of accounting, $175 to
$200: ledger clerk, coal firm, $150:
young man 18 to 20 years for clerical
position under sales maoager with ex
cellent chance to develop Into sales po
sition later, $100.
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND ASS'N.
Originators of the Reference Business,
736 First Na. Bank Building.
GROWING corporation has opening for
. experienced young man capable of ren
. dcrlng efficient service and assumlnc
, cashier responsibility. Investment of
$2,000 required. An exceptional oppor
tunity is offered to right man. ! Reply
fully as to experience. For Interview.
All replies held confidential. Address
''Box T-95, Omaha Bee,
AUTO salesman, city, must have eip
Grocer?' salesman, capable of manag
ing an office, $300-6350.
Pricing elerk. $125; office clerk, $101).
THE MARTI CO.. 1126 W, O, W. Bldg.
WANTED Experienced man for hardware
- and Implement store; must be a good
salesman. Steady work and good sal
ary. Write Ous Linn. Kimball. Neb.
BOOKKEEPERS. $200, $17jT $165. $150,
WATTS SKf. CO., 113$ 1st Nat. Bank.
HELV WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
WANTKIJ Young man. experienced in
general wholesale hardware, as assist
ant buyei Pleas glv us your ags,
experience, salary expected and refer
ences. Address Y-973. Oiaaha Bee.
WANTED At once, two young ladlos to
fold and mall letters; temporary post
lion Guy LmUhiJ66j Farnam St.
DRUG CLERK and all-arouml man coun
try: salary open; neat In dress.
COM'!.. REV. CO.. 1616 City NatjBanh.
Professions and Trades
WANTED Two good llnul.vpe operators
for night situations in The Hee compos
ing room. Wire Superintend nl, 'I he
Bee, in. a ha, Neb.
for railroad work; steady
employment; desirjable lo
cations and modern shops;
free transportation Apply
Eugene Duval, C. F. & P. A.,
C., M. &'St. P,R. R., Railway
Exchange Bldg., 15th and
Harney Sts. '
BIG demand for barbers: complete course
In few weeks: call, write or phona for
catalogue. Doug. 7777. Moler Barber
College, 110 So. 14th St. Estab. 1893.
EXPERIENCED furniture finisher. Apply
to Mr. Sill.
H. R. BOJVEM. CO., WAREHOUSE,
Corner 8th and Farnam Sts.
PRINTER wanted. Must be all-round
printer, especially good at Job work;
steady job, wire State Publishing com
pany, Pierre. S. D.
WANTED First class woodworkers to
work on tvuck wheels only. Apply st
once. Truck and Tractor Corporation,
PAINTERS and paperhange wanted: top
wages and steady work for mechanics.
Saline Paint snd Paper Co.. Salina, Kan.
MEN wanted: Railway mail clerks, 1110
month; list positions free. Franklin In
stltute. Dept. 228 B. Rochester! N. Y.
PRESSMAN, can have steady Job, must be
able to do color work Wire Stats Publish
ing company, Pierre. S. 1. v
PRINTER WANTED Two-thlrder can
have steady job. Wire State Publishing
Company. Pierre, S. D.
LEARN ACTUAL AUTO REPAIR, VUL
CANIZING LOS ANGELES Y. M. C.
A. Auto School.
WANTED First class ladies tailor, a good
wage i for right man. L. Lleff, 3129
BARBER wanted: best pay In Omaha.
Apply to foreman, barber shop, Omaha
GOOD tailor whnted, $35 to $40 per week.
2022 No. 24th St. Webster 3320.
WANTED Gordon feeders. Apply Reea
Printing Co., 10th and Harney.
Salesmen and Solicitors
SALESPEOPLE wanted for following de
partments: Muslin underwear, linen
dept.. ribbon dept., notion dept., hosiery,
stationery snd also 'experienced sales
people for shoe dept. Apply to Supt,
, Bl"RGKS. NASH CO.
Representative to wholesale lowest
priced.automobile tires and tubes on the
MR. GREGORY, MONDAY,
men as salesmen in
braska to travel with manager. Experi
ence not necessary. Pay every day.
Good income and permanent position.
Apply K. R. McClellan, Room 203 Far
nam Bldtr., corner 13th and Farnam Sts.,
Oniahii. Neb. -
WANTE D State distributor to handle the
new V-D Spark Plug. Splendid oppor
tunity for a live salesman to build up a
profitable, permanent business. Write
for particulars. The Viktry Sales Co.,
::89-:i91 Fifth St., Milwaukee, Wis.
We want an experienced specialty
salesman, choice of territory. Excellent
income, permanent connoction, splendid
future. Call Room 3, Wead Bldg., Hth
and Farnam Sts.
SALESMEN We want a few more young,
men to join our club in scientific sales
manship. Complete training $25; posi
llons furnished free. Box Y-963 Bee.
WANTED Salesman experienced in
general wholesale hardware, to travel
two weeks trip in Eastern South Dakota.
A ddress Y-973, Omaha Bee.
WANTED Experienced salesman for re
tail Mali paper dept.; state experience
and !ic!:.ry wanted. Rudge & Guenzel
Co.. Lincoln. Neb. '
SALESMEN WANTED High grade stock
and bond salesmen by reliable concern,
.excellent proposition by the right party.
V 784 Omaha Bee.
MAN with car to solicit subscriptions;
'references' required; salary offer. Write
Earl R. Foster, Wallace's Farmer, Des
RELIABLE salesmen to sell stock Tn a
dividend-paying company. See P. H.
Dearmont, 228 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
WANTED Ladies to" learn barber trade.
TRI-CITY BARBER COLLEGE,
Special rates and inducements.
HIGH sebcol boy over 17, with experience,
to drive Hudson sedan, mornings and
evening:.. Saturdays and Sundays, Must
live in the neighborhood of 38th and
Farnam. or have a motorcycle or bi
cycle. Call Douglas 6832, or Harney
TWO clean cut Bohemian boys over 17
years for work in our sample room. An
opportunity for the right boys to become
expert trunk and. shade makers. Apply
at once. M. E. Smith & Co., Ninth and
.Office Boy Wanted
Apply to City Editor Bee
17th and Farnam.
BRIGHT boy, over 16, for, buyouts. Good
chance for boy who is anxious to work
Into something worth while. M. E.
Smith & Co.. 9th and Farnam.
OFFICE boy wanted. Apply, United
States Trust Co.. 1612 Farnam.
BOY, about 18, to work poster depart-
ment. Phone Douglas 8684.
WANTED Two bell bovs at Blackstone
. hotel. Call Harney 945.
married experienced farm manager, to
take caro of good farm In Cent. Neb.;
best of wages to right party; references
. required. J. F. Hermsen, David City,
WANTED Handy all-round man for
house cleaning, steady employment,
good wages. Apply, employes entrance.
El Bendor Apt. Hotel, 48th and Dodge
POSITIONS, locations, etc., for doctors,
dentists, druggists, veterinarians, nurses.
F. V. Knlest. 212 Bee Bldg.. Omaha.
WANTED Experienced porter.
Alleys, 1807 Farnam st.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
STENOGRAPHER, packing house, South
Side,' $100: stenographer, insurance
office, $86; secretary to executive of
large Insurance company, $100 to $125;
stenogtspher, public service corporation,
$100; stenographer, law firm, $85; book
keeper and stenographer for financier
and extensive property owoer, $100 to
start; general office clork, publishing
firm, $75; general office assistant, with
some stenography, for tire firm, $85.
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND. ASS'N.
(Originators ofthe Reference Business)
736 First National Bank Bldg.
APPLY SUPT., BALCONY,
STENOGRAPHERS, $76 to $125; P
Comptometer operators, $70-$75-$S5.
Bookkecer snd txplst, $86-$0.
THE MARTI CO.. 11J6 W. O. AV. B I d
RTHViir.n APti:RS r.o m li"2Sl tvpit
155 tn 9100; P. B. X. operators, $60 to
IK: office clerk, $Wt.
WATTS REF. CO., 1138 1st Nat. Bank,
Stores and Offices.
APPLY TO MR. KENNA.
MORRIS & CO.
OFFICE riirit, no experience necessary.
$65; office clerk and comptometer opr.,
$)6: typist and clerk. $100.
BUSINESS MEN'S REFERENCE ASSN.
917-18 W. O. W. Bldg.
TYPISTS Pleasant work snd oppor
tunities for advancement, hours 8:30 to
6:16: 1 hour for lunch: 1 o'clock Sat-
Prday, Apply 803 Farnam St,
Competent stenagrapher and cor
respondent. Mr. Bryant, Room 735,
Fon ten eH Hotel.
WANTED Name's girls, women.- wishing
government office positions; $1 140 year.
Answer Immediately, Y-936. Omaha
fRIVATK SECRETARY ConTpcteTTt
stenographer and correspondent. Applv
Mr. Bryant, Room 735 Fontenelle h"tei.
EX PE RIKNC ED STE NOG RAPHE R.
Good wages. apply at once.
' CARPENTERPAPTjRL CO. '
EXPERIENCED , cashicrvante"d,"erina -nent
position. Washington Market. 1407
STRXOO R AMI ERwan ted7oT genera f of
fice work. Douglas 25 or 712 1st Nat'l.
TWO general clerks. Apply Braadslreet
corner is in ana Farnam streets, 2d
OFFICE f?M wanted Call Mr. Stepanek,
Prrvfefiainne and TV,)-
EXPERIENCED hair dresser, one with
following preferred. Guaranteed salary
and 25 per cent. Daisy Beauty Shop,
nm. p. JiatTQ 510g.
TWO practical nurses for general d"uty at
CH?C? ..'!0,P"!- call Harney 652.
jiArssiKNtisD Chocolate dipper. i A. B.
5W6.e.t Shop,l 6th .and Jackson. '
Household and Domestic
WHITE girl or woman for general house"
work: references; plain " cooking, and no
upstairs work. 6122 Burt St. Phone
, Walnut 238.
WANTED Reliable girl for general house
work, tn family of three; no children.
Mrs. r. E. Adams, 529 No. 40th St. Wal
nut 2336. '
WANTED A competent girl or woman
for general housework on farm, with
small family. Mrs. John Burgess, Fllley.
WANTED Competent woman for general
housework: no laundry; good wages
Mrs. If. C. Nicholson. Phone Walnut
COMPETENT girl for general housework.
Laundress kept. Mrs. K. H. Patterson,
: U'7 No. 40th St. Call Harney 387.
WANTED A girl for general housework:
no objection to colored; top wages. Call
Dr. Anderson. Council Bluffs, 810.
FOR .LAUNDRESSES, DAY WOMEK,
ETC., LOOK IN THE SITUATION COL
IJMNl OF Till! BEE. .
MAID wanted for general housework,
three In family, good wages. Walnut
COMPETENT girl for general lusework.
.Mrs. Arter, 3526 Harney. Call Harney
COMPETENT girl; must be good cook";
salary, is per weeK; references. Harney
GIRL for general housework, 3 In
family. No wnshlns. I f: 1 1 .Tn.l,nn fir
WANTED A girl for general housework;
iv . " ,. ... Luunui, itnillUl III".
CHAS. L. FISH Piano tuner, violin and
piano teacher. Colfax 4907.
Saleswomen and Solicitors.
DO YOU WANT
No profession today offers better op
portunities for good salaries and steady
employment than local or long distance
The work Is fascinating, pleasant,
healthful surroundings, annual vaca
tions with full pay, sick and accident
benefit! without cost to employes.
No experience necessary, substantial
weekly pay while In training. Rapid
Parents Invited to Investigate work
C. F. LAMBERT,
611 New Telephone Building,
mth and Douglas Streets.
SALESPEOPLE wanted for following de
partments: Muslin underwear, linen
dept., ribbon dept., notion dept., hpstery,
stationery and also experienced sales
plepls for shoe dept. Apply to Supt.,
' Balcony. t
WANTED Lady who has had years of ex
perience with collections; none other
need apply; good position. Room. 321,
Rees, Wilkinson BldgA
SALESLADIES wanted for millinery dept.;
v steady position, good salary, all day or
part time. Orkln Bros.,' Conant Hotel
. Bldg.. 16th street.
25 EXPERIENCED salesladies for various
departments. Permanent position and
best of salaries paid. Apply to Super
intendent. BURGESS-NASH CO.
BARCLEY corsets, complete line: silk
and knitted underwear; guaranteed
hosery. Salesladies make $5 a day and
up. Walnut 2813.
Hotels and Restaurants.
APPLY SUPT.. BALCONY.
TO WAIT TABLES
IN CRICKET ROOM. i
SHORT HOURS, GOOD PAY. i
APPLY SUPT., BALCONY.
NEAT colored woman wanted to wash
silver and glasses at soda fountain.
Steady pusttion. Phelps Hot, 1708 Doug
las. NEAT ?irls wanted to serve at soda tables,
full or short time; steady work, rood
pay. Apply Soda Cashier, Brandeis
COLORED girl wanted for diet kitchen
work, county hospital; $30 month, room,
board and laundry. Call Harney $62.
NEAT girl wanted to serve luncheon;
Steady position;, good pay. Pholpa Hut,
DIET kitchen, maid wanted. Salary $60
muni li. ii.i li -J m'l.
CAFE cashier wanted Apply to Steward
THE 'BIG SISTERS will help any girl or
woman needing assistance during the
present emergency. Telephone Harney
6734 day or evening, or Tyler 113$ In the
KXPKRIKNCkD bindery girls wantcdT
oinaha Printing Co.,' 1301 Farnam St.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
WOMEN vAND GIRLS.
STEADY WORK AND GOOD WAGES.
GORDON LAWLESS CO..
8TH AND DODGE.
BRIGHT glr! over 17 for beginner In filing
work: must have fair education and
willing to learn. M. E. Smith & Co., 9th
and Fa '"nam. -
WANTED 3 meat wrappers, also one
packer for tho wholesale dept. Wash
ington lMaH(eL 1407 1ouRlas.
WRAPPER in shipping dept. Apply Mr.
Mtepanek, between 11 and 1. Dresner
Bros.. 2217 Farnam.
2217 Farnam St.
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladles and boysto learn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
t: strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St.
Trl-Clly Barber College.
DAY SCHOOL. NIGHT SCHOOL.
BOYLKS COLLEGE. .
Complete courses In accountancy, ma
chine bookkeeping, comptometry, short
hand . and typewriting, railroad and
wireless telegraphy, civil service, and all
EnRlish and commercial branches,' Write,
call or pli'H.e Douglas 1565 for large Illus
trated catalogue. Address
. BOYLKS COLLEGE,
I Boyles Building, Omaha, Neb.
WANTED Mathematics teacher In hig'h
school, good salary; for particulars wire
or telephone superintendent of school,
Van San I School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
, Douglas 6890.
ANNIE E. GLASGOW, voice and p'.ano.
603 Karbach Blk. Studio phone.-Douglas
1081. 209 South 16th: St. i -
FOR RENT ROOMS.
ATTRACTIVE FRONT ROOM, NEWLY
FURNISHED, STRICTLY MODERN,
PRIVATE HOME. EXCELLENT LO
CATION. FARNAM CAR LINE; GAR
AGE IF DESIRED. HARNEY 5042.
PHONE? THE WANT AD DEPARTMENT.
TYLER 1000, AND ASK ABOUT OUR
BIG ROOM LIST PRINTED EVERY
WEEK FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUR
READERS AND ADVERTISERS,
623 SOUTH 24TH ' ST. Very attractive
room, modern home, suitable for 1 or 2
gentlemen, twin beds, hot ( and cold
water in room, walking ' distanoe.
FOR RENT Clean, well furnished room
for gentleman only, In modern home; lo
cation, north; one block to car llnfe.
Webster 3280. '
CLAIRMONT INN. 17TH AND JACKSON.
Rooms for permanent and transient
guests, especially equipped for gentle
men. ' N
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT
Nice comfortable south room, private
modern'home; reasonable. ' 1130 S. 31 St.
2556 HARNEY Comfortable southwest
room, modern conveniences; walking
NICE front room, modern, private home,
prood loeatien, Harney line. Walnut
CATHOLIC young lady to share room;
breakfast is desired. Walnut 3917.
FOR COLORED Furnished, large room.
Reasonable. Webster 1377.
WARM, modern, private room, walking
distance, uougias bibo.
2407 CAPITOL AVE. Modern sleeping
room for rent.
FURNISHED south front room, modern.
1921 Dodge. Nice front room, suitable
1049 PARK AVE. Nicely furnished house
keeping apartment, everything furnished.
FOR COLORED 4 furnished
reasonable. Hartley 7146.
TWO rooms, gas and everything furnished.
Board and Rooms.
424 PARK AVE.
W'ALKING DISTANCE, SOUTH ROOM
WITH MEALS: SUITABLE FOR 2
GENTLEMEN; TWIN BEDS, NICE AND
COZY; ALL CONVENIENCES. HAR
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM WITH
BOARD. NEW BUNGALOW, HOME
PRIVILEGES EXCELLENT LOCA
TION. HARNEY CAR LINE. WEB
539 SOUTH 27TH ST, Room and board
in private home, everything modern.
Two gentlemen preferred.
TABLE BOARDERS WANTED.
COOKING. 23D AND O STS.
PLEASANT room with board, private
modern home on car line. Webster 2378,
PLEASANT room, strictly modern, board
optional. Farnam line. Tyler 2535.
BOARD and room for 2 gentlemen. 1814
North isth St. Webster 6068. -
BOARD and room in private home. Web
TWO unfurnished modern housekeeping
rooms, private home; Catholics pre
ferred. Webster 3027.
1STII AND DODGE STS.
Two a::d three-room apartments com
pletely furnished. Hotel service. Tyler
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT Seven-room house. 4534
North 40th, $20. W. J. Hooper, 6028
-South Twenty-fifth. Phone, South 3137.
LIST your property for rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY,
Realtors. Tyler 729.
FOR RENT Business Property.
Garage and Barns.
RKDI-MADE GARAGES, wood or steel.
Send for circular. Redl-Made Housing
Co.. 2211 Howard. Red 3657.
WANTED TO RENT.
Unfurnished Apartments & Houses
Wanted to Rent.
Three, four or five-room cottage; any
location considered; family of three;
does not' have to be modern: will pay
$20 to $35: will lease. Phone Tyler 1.000,
I Mr. Dillingham, or Box T-32, Bee.
WANTED TO RENT Or will lease for
year or longer, modern home, from five
to eight rooms. No children. Will give
place same care as owner. Colfax 1830.
RESPONSIBLE party will lease for one
year, 6 or 6-room, modern home, will
give place same care as owner. Tyler
Furnisheed Apartments and Houses
WANTED TO RENT Furnished 10 to 12-
room house suitable for roomers. Refer
ences given. Address Box Y-974, Omaha
TRAVELING salesman wants room, close
In; write full particulars: references
given. Address Box 966, Bee.
MOVING 'AND STORAGE.
STORAGE. MOVING, PACKING,
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS."
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
16th and Jackson Sts. Doug. 288.
Globe Van, Transfer
and Storage Co.
For real service In hauling or storage
call Tyler 230 or Doug. 4338. Auto or
. MOVING. PACKING. STORAGE.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
806 South 16th. Doug. 4163;
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Orfned by H. R. Bow?n Co. Ty. 3400.
UNION TRANSFER CO.
jET us estimate your moving, packing
and storage. 1605 Davenport. Doug. 2909.
OMAHA EXPRESS CO.
, Furniture, piano moving and storage.
HIT cnicngo yt. f none uougias i.i.
MOVING All kinds of hauling, early and
late. Douglas 6511., ;
REAL" ESTATE IMPROVED.
Omaha Real Estate and Investments.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
421 Paxlon Blk. '1'hone Tyler 4$80.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
OMAHA Real ErttHti-Viid Investments.
J. J. MULVIHILL,
200 Brandeis Thent. Doug. 94.
WC bavo cash buyers for West Farnam
' and Dundee homes. 'Phone Douglas
6074 and we will call nod Inspect your
property. Shuler A Carv.
For good homes on '"g'lroTeriili '
OSBORNE REALTY CO..
430 Bee Bldy. Tyler 496.
4638 FRANKLIN, 4-room house, t lota;
fine for garden; $200 cash. $15 per mo.
-?' "'e I'ldg., Doug. 200.
J. B. ROBINSON, heal Estate and Invest
ments. 442 Bee Bldg.. Douglas 09T.
BENSON MEYERS CO.. 424" Om. Nat'l.
in excellent neiiiliborTiood, on
paved street, paving paid; five
large light rooms on one floor,
linely finished jn oak and enamel,
with oak floors'; extra large living
room, with fireplace; full cement
ed basement. A classy place in
fide -and out, ami real value at
$7,800. Shown by appointment.
Call Mr. Benson, Walnut 1580,
evenings, lyler 3.i40. da vs.
HOUSES FOR SALET"
. EASY TERMS
One S-room close in modern, except
One 8-room close In, modern, hot wa
ter heat, $4,000. -
One 8-room nesr Fontenelle psrk, hot
water heat, corner lot, shade and. fruit
One 4-room near Fontenelle Park,
modern except heat, I2.S00.
S. S. & R. E. Montgomery,
Douglas 1313. Walnut
AN IDEAL HOME
tn KounUo park, facing the park; 6
rooms and every modern convenience.
Will bft sold at a sacrifice price, owner
leaving- the city. A snap for some one,
Shown by Appointment only.
J. H. CARSE,
Douglas 3575. 410 Bee- Bldg.
BIG INVESTMENT BARGAIN.
Price reduced from 13.100 to 13.300
for quick sale. Owner leaving city;
possessicn in 4R hours; 5-room modern
cottage, lot, 50x150, one block . to oar
nnd school. House rents for $30. $400
cash- is all you need, balance $33 per
month. . - .
Webster 4150, Tyler :7JM.
$'.'.50(1 "WILI. IIANDLEfTinS.
Strictly modern K-room house, recep
tion hall, living room, dining room, but
ler's pantry, kitchen, 4 bedrooms, clos
ets, largo attic, full cement basement,
stationary tubs, floor drain, south front,
lai-fte corner lot, paving paid. Webster
1 46 4.
Mitchell Investment Co.
Twenty-fourth and Ames. Phone Col
fax 217. ,
Offers personal and experienced serv
ice In the management of property.
either as rectal or saies agents.
FIVE-ROOM modern cottnge, close to car
and school, $1,900. $;150 cash, balance
$25 per month.
Webster 4150. Tyler 2724.
M1LL10R PARK bungalow; 5 rooms' and
bath; all oak finish; floors guarter
sawed; fireplace. French doors, fete; 2
years old; east front; big snap for cash
at $5,500. Douglas 1734.
4848 KRSKIN STREET; 7 rooms strictly
modern, good condition, oak down stains,
hot water heat, 2 full lots, garage, shed,
chicken house, bearing fruit; shrubbery,
one block to car. Phone, Walnut 3718.
By owner, 7-room modern house for sale.
2 blocks west Minna Lusa addition, 31st
Ave. and Titus St. 3 lots. All kinds
of fruit and shrubbery. Price $6,800.
. Colfax 746.
ALL mod. 5-r. bungalow, east front, cor.
lot, close to car line and school; ready
to move In. $5,000 $1,600 cash. D.
Ti34, days ; Col. 18J5; nl g ht
A FEW homes and lots for sale in Park
wood Addition; a safe place for invest
ment. Norrls & Norrls. Doug. 4270.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
322 BRANDEIS THEATER. D 1751.
ONE acre with 3-room house; good base
, ment and attic, built 2 years, best of
ground for garden. Colfax 2539.
MINNE LUSA . homes and lots offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money.
'Phone Tyler 187.
TWENTY-FIFTH and Blondo. southeast
corner, with 3 cottages. Douglas 4474.
South part of town, two fine lots, with
beautiful shade trees; 5-roora house,
good shape, modern except heat: large
chicken house, chicken yard and pens
for small chickens. A dandy place,
worth U"." money, A $1,000 will handle.
D. V. SHOLES CO.
915-17 City Nat'l. Bk. Bldg.
MODERN house, 7 rooms and bath, oak
downstairs, oak floors and finish up
stairs; large lot, 6 blocks from 24th
and Leavenworth. 1 block from Cross
town car line. Call South 4549.
SEVEN-ROOM, strictly modern. with
garage; make offer, for its going to be
sold. 4744 S. 15th. Tel. South 3966.
HERE It is - ,
Just what you have bee looking
for. The opportunity to buy a
brand new bungalow for the un
usually small cash payment of $450
and the balance monthly. This
home is strictly modern with
Kragstone stucco finish, oak floors
throughout, full cemented base
ment,' etc. Immediate possession.
Call me and I will show you it to
day. Mr. Grant, Wal. 5373, even
ing, or Doug. 7412.
FOR SALE Good 6-rooin cottage and 1
dandy lots; large barn, chicken house,
cistern, shade trees; a genuine bargain
at $1,600 with discount for all cash.
Morearty & Conboy,
640 Bee Bldg.
Douglas 3841. Webster 6156.
We Havo Property for Rent or Sale,
i AMERICAN SECURITY CO.
N. W. Cor 18th and Dndgg. Doug. 6013.
LIST your houses .nd lots for quick sale
with Hasting & Heyden, realtors. 1614
Harney street. Phone' Tyler 6'J.
nd Insures. 280 Bee Bids. Douglas 633.
LIST your property for quick sale with
Morearty & Conboy. D. 3841.
REAL ESTATE-Business Property.
' Three-story and basement brick
building 66x83 ft.; in wholesale district.
Price $25,000; reasonable terms; Income
$3,300; expenses light as tenants pay
for heat and light.
DUMONT & CO.
418 Keeline Bldg. Phone Doug. 690.
Bee Want Ads are the Best Busi
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
HARNEY STREET ,
Southeast corner lot 73xTC7 ft., lo
cated on Harney street, lias a good i
story and attic 9-room house which
could be rented for $100 per month.
This is 111" first time this property
has been offered for salo and can be
bought for' $30,000, half cash, balance
carried on first mortgage at 6 f er cent,
three to five years.
GEORGE & COMPANY
Tyler 3024. 902 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
24th Street Corner ,
Brick Store Building
Price $13,500; two good, ten
ants at $135.00 per month. A real
investment. No expenses except
taxes and insurance.
GLOVER & SPAIN .
5860. 918-20 City National.
Three-story brick building, full cor
ner lot In wholcsalo dlstrii t. Possession
DUMONT 4V CO.
1S Keeline Bid. 1'hone Uouf. (90.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE,
INCOME FOR LAND. "
Ws have 11 houses listed In Omaha.
Owner wants land.
B. S. tc R. K. MONTGOMERY.
219 City National.
REAL ESTATE, UNIMPROVED.
CUMING Near 29'th St., 14x125; must bii
sold to clean tn estate. C. A. Grlmmel,
149 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldr
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
BUY from owner, 6-room house, 2 lota,
dandy place to raise chickens. Walnut
4 ACRES In Council Bluffs. One mile
from Omaha car Una. Kloh, el).drained
and level. Can be bought ''for 11,400.
Terms, M cash; balance to suit buyer.
McOeo REAL ESTATE CO..
106 Pearl St. Council Bluffs, la.
DUNDEE BRICK HOME
Fine location, immediate pos
session; oak floors and oak. finish
all over house; good shade trees;
brick nnd stucco construction,
("an sell this home for $6.00 less
than you can build the house.
1'hone Douglas 1313 or Walnut
Vt'o specialize In iitimloa homes.
C. B. STUHT CO..
912-14 City National. Douglss 97T.
FOR SALK 2 good lots, East Omaha.
For sale cheap It bought for cash. Call
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
FOUR OR S-ROOM COT
TAGE, ANY LOCATION, PAY
$200 TO $500 DOWN, TREFER
ONE WITH GOOD LOT;,'
STATE PRICE, LOCATION,
ETC. BOX T-32, BEE:
WB HAVE served the Omaha puhllo In
buying and selling real estate for over
36 years. We have many calls now for
homes. List your property with us. Ws
will serve you to your best Interests.
McCague Investment Co.
WILL pay cash for good six OB seven
room home. Must be well located snd
priced right Reply giving full de
scription. Box T-8, Omaha Bee.
To buv or sdl Omaha Real Estate see
fowler & Mcdonald
1120 City Nat'l. Bank Bldg. Doug. 14'.'.
Wei havo buyers waiting. List with
HOWARD WILLIAMS CO..
S03 Omaha National Bk. Bldg.
LIST your property wtlh
458 Omaha Nat'l Bank. Doug. 7024.
WK HAVE cash buyers for Cottages and
bungalows nicely located. Shrlver, 1047
9 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. D. 1638.
WILL buy a few. good contracts, second
mortgages, or mech., liens. Chaa, L.
Pease. 211 Brandeis Thenter Bldg.
REAL ESTATE and all kinds of Insurance.
HERMANSEN & CO.
748 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
WE have the customers and can sell your
property; list with John W. Bobbins,
581 Brandeis theater. D. 639. '
WANTED Property in north part at
town. Call or write. S, Levins. 1701 N.
24th St. Web. 4314.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
. - PRIVATE MONEY.
SHOPEN & COMPANY. Doug. 422$.
MONEY to lend on Improved Real Estate.
Interest payable semi-annually. W. H.
THOMAS & SON, 228 Keeline Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST. NEB. FARMS,
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1016 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Don. iTU.
$100 to $10,000 made promutly,
F. D. WEAD, Wead Bldg. 810 B. 18th Bt.
D. E. BUCK. Loans. 423 Omaha Nat.
Stocks and Bands.
Wanted $2,000 loan on $3,000 frater
nal insurance policy. Man wishing to
make loan is beneficiary. Face of policy
will come to beneficiary upon death of
insured, who Is 61 years old and In poor
health. Will arrange matters so that
entire $3,000 will be paid to note bolder
upon death of Insured, and will keep
up premiums in insurance. Chance to
make from $500 to $1,000 In short tins.
Address Bee, Box M-3.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
, FOR SALE
POSSESSION -CAN BE GIVEN
MARCH 1. 320 ACRES WITH
IN FOUR MILES OF PEETZ,
COLO.,' ONE MILE TO
SCHOOL, CEMENT BLOCK
$8,000. FIFTY ACRES IN
WHEAT GOES WITH LAND,
100 ACRES FARM LAND
READY FOR SPRING CROP.
ENTIRE HALF SECTION
1 LEVEL FARM LAND. LAND
JOINING OLD FOR $100 PER
ACRE; PRICE, $75 PER ACRE
IF SOLD BEFORE MARCH I.
LAND WILL CARRY BACK
$14,000 IN FIRST MORTGAGE
AT 6 PER CENT INTEREST.
THIS IS THE BEST BUY IN
LOGAN COUNTY, IT WILL
PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE.
Shipman Land Company,
Colorado Land For Sale
Five thousand acres twenty miles
south of Matheson. Colo.; all tillable;
2,000 acres under' cultivation, 3,000
prairie; sandy loam soil, watered with
. windmill; three good sets of Improve
ments, worth! from $7,000 to $10,000
each. Crops are corn, wheat, rye, beans
and potatoes. Well fenced in sections
and half sections; school house on tho
ranch; five telephones, store, rural mail
delivery. Price $20 to $50 per acre; half
cash, terms on balance. .This Is a resl
farm, lays Ideal. Wll". sell all or any
part from 160 acres up. T'lco according
. to number of acres under cultivation
and Improvements. U. A. Robinson,
Colortdo Springs. Colo. 1124 N. Tejon St.
BARGAINS In farms near Haxtum, Colo.
160 acres, one mile southeast of Haxtum,
Improved; 30 acres In alialfa, 65 acres in
wheat, 30 acres n pasture; $126 an acre.
820 acres, extra well Improved, 3 miles
east and 3 miles north of HaTttum; BO
acres in wheat; prlca $110 an acre. 160
acres, 12 miles north of Tlaxtum, at $37
per acre, that is a good buy, 320 acres,
that $3,000 will handle, with about half
in wheat, good improvements; good
terms; poseehsion March . Henry Kor
ean, Hastiugs, Neb. Rural Phone 6931
W". FOR SALE Section eastern Colorado
com and wheat land. 120-a. cultivation,
all fenced, good 3-room houe, barn
room for 12 horses. 10 cows; 10-a. hog
pasture, good water, 7 miles town.
Owner, C. F. Matthws, Galatea, Colo.
Those that want to buy farms and
randies, both dry and Irrigated lands,
also city property, call or write for
lists of same. W. L. Irwin, 1410 Stout
St.. Denver, Colo. j .
LAND! LAND! See or write me befora
buying. I have some real bargains. Box
289 does it. Holyoke. Colo.
SALE Feb. 26, 40 acres 12 miles south
of Council Bluffs, kuown as part of
Sect. 2, Township 73, Range 44, Mills
Co, Terms not less than $1,000 cash.
Tho balance 6 remain at 6 per cent
Interest Improvements. I horse snd
hay barn combined and corn crib;
3 horses. 1 brown marc, 12 yrs. old:
1 bay horse,. 7 yrs.; 1 black mare,
yrs.; 3 cows, all milking, 2 fresh and
, 1 heifer and calf 4 months old; 1 Mc
cormick self-binder, 1 wagon, 1 mower,
1 May rake, 1 harrow, 1 disc harrow, 1
walking ploW, 1 corn planter, 1 com
grinder, 1 cream separator. Empire; 100
b'jshels of corn, 6 tons of wild hay, 3
tons alfalfa hay, 12 doz. chickens,
household goons of all descriptions.
Terms ns usual.
LUDWIG HARNISH, Owen.
Otto Applenjulst, Auct.
Chss. Konegmacher, ('jerk.
FINE STOCK AND GRAIN FARM
400 acres Franklin county; good 9
room rwiee; 2 largo barns: other splen
did outi uiidlngs; 5 miles town; on main
rod;-R. F. D. Telephono. Bacritlc
price $100 per acre. Com at one.
Frank Mansfield. Ottawa, Kansas.
30.000 acres choice raw or improvod Lfn
coin Co., Colo, lands. Bargains. Kasy
terms. Sea J, Is Maurer, Arriba. Colo
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