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12 x ' THE BEE: 6MAFf A. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 13. 192g ' ' , j
Classified Adtertisiig Rites
CLAflNirirn. Am ERTlHl.NO BATKA.
I Ho par line (count t words to Mil) 1 day
lae per line per day, I consecutive days
IM per (in per amy, t conracuuva uji
Ma par Una per day, SO coneocutlve day
Ko add taken for leea l-han a total of 3Se.
These rates fcpply alt her o the Dally
r Sunday Baa. All advertleementa ap
pear In botn morning and evening dally
paper for the one charge.
CONTRACT RATES ON
' Want ada accepted at the following: of-
WAIN OFriCE....17th and Farnam SleS-
South Side 3111 N f
Council Bluffs 16 Scott St.
IVANT ADS RECEIVED It PHONB AT
THE DEB will not be reaponalbla for
mora than one Incorrect Ineertlon of an
advertisement ordered for mors than one
CI.OSINO HOURS POR WANT ADS
Evening- Edition 11:41 A. M.
Morning Edition 9:00 P. M.
Sunday EUJtlon 1:00 P. M. Saturday
DEATH FUNERAL NOTICES.
WOLTERS Bertha C, aged 0. died at
her residence, 2324 Evans St., Monday
7:30 a. in. Funeral services will be held
at residence Wednesday 1 p. m. Dr.
.Wilson of the North Presbytsrlan church
Vlll officiate. Interment Prospect Hill
DEGREE OF HONOR MEMBERS.
: Grand Chief of Honor Florence T.
Owens will visit Washington lodge Thurs
day. Oct. 14. at A. O. U. W. hall, at S
p. m. Metiers of Importance will be dis
cussed. (Slater lodgers Invited. Mrs. Ag
ree MrArdle, C. of H. Mrs. Bridget Don
"STACK & FALCONER
- OMAHA'S BEST.
Thirty-third a n d- Farnam. Harney $45.
THULSE & RIEPEN
r PIONEER FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
TW South 16th Bt. Douglaa 122jj.
HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertaken and Embalmers.
- Phone H. 266,. Of flea 26U Farnam.
FOR AMBULANCE caU South 680. KorlskO
Funeral Home, 23d and O Sts.
TWTT A DUTAM Tontennella
lSlf Douglaa St.
JOHN BATH. 1M and Farnam. D. 3000.
X Henderson. 1619 Farnam. Douglaa 124.
Joe Batt, 1611 .California street, brick,
addition, to frame dwelling, 11,000.
E. X. Nielsen. 943-15 Cuming street,
brick building. 110.000. ,
W. B. Slma, 2143 South Forty-eighth
street, frame dwelling, $1,200.
. LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS.
PURSK containing Liberty bond and money
- amounting to 1200, belonging to Joseph
V. Flearl, In vicinity of Kountze park.
Finder please return to residence of Al
bert Miller, 3315 Sherman Ave. Reward.
Telephone Webster 48rl.
COST Somewhere between Turner Blvd.
and Rlvervlew drive, one S4x4 Miller
tire, on rim; finder please return to
Dr. E. C. Oreen, 09 Neville block. Doug
396$ and receive reward.
' FOR ARTICLES LOST on atreet cars telt
phona Tyler S00. We are anxloua to re
store lost articles to. rightful owners.
' OMAHA COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RT.
COST Blsck and white Llowellan setter
female puppy. Liberal rewareT" offered
for In formation or return of dog. Ar
' 'thur P. Oulou. 401 41st. Har. Zty.
COST Probably between 16th and" Harney
and King Fong restaurant, a platinum
' bar pin with diamond and two pearla.
" Call Walnut 2101. Liberal reward.
LOSTSTICK PIN WITH DIAMONDS
SET IN QUESTION MARK. CALL E.
, BTOOKHAM, TY. I71T OR WAL. 2561
'ANl KECElVia KBWAIIU.
STRAYED or atolen from 1304 North
Forty-second street, young Airedale male
dbg, answer! to nam of Rags. Walnut
LOST Ladlen' wrist watch, between 24th
'and Howard and 17th and Douglas. Sat
urday. Roward. Call Doug. 6960. Apt. C.
L08T Yaung green parrot, black bill and
: feet. 15 roward. Return to 4625 South
1st St . .
LOST In Lothrop school district, pair of
shell-rhumed spectacles. Reward. Web.
LOST Leather morocco folding photo
,cae. Ty. 122. XjOlllesple. Reward.
12)ST Fitch choker. Return for llberaf
reward. Harney 6258. ;
LOST Gold pearl bag, downtown district;
reward. South. 1115. I
. AT a meeting of the directors of the
.flranga Co-Op. Elevator Co., held at
aibbon, Neb.. September. 25, 120, It
was decided to receive sealed, bids on
the elevator together with all property
! of the company. AH bids must be re
' 'celved on or-before October 22, 120, aad
tha board reserves the right to accept
or reject any or all bids. Directors
v Orange Co-Op. Elevator Co. .
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
solicits . your old Clothing, furniture,
-magailnes. We collect. We distribute.
Phone Doug. 4135 and our wagon will
oafll. Call and Inspect our new home,
1110-1112-1114 Dodge St.
,.1RS. DVMOND, Swedlehi masseuse, former
' -iy of Solar Sanitarium, will give treat
roents In homes and at her home. D. 8994.
WANTED Children to board, good home,
- beet of care. Walnut 1273.
RENT Hoover vacuum, 41.25. Wal. 14T.
MASSAGE ;io North Seventeenth St.
SWEDISH Massage. 318 Neville Block.
Vol. Pino School for Dancings 2424
iXCrillie Farnam. Doug. 7850.
KEEP S HOTEL ROME.
W teach ball room and all kinds of
fancy dancing. D. 2581, or H. 2713.
FANCY 1)A NCI NO FOR CHILDREN.
SEASON, 120. KEEP'S. HOTEL ROME.
: '- Detectives.
PIPKIN'S ' NATIONAL DETECTIVE
-AGENCY, Incorporated. Douglaa 107.
v Arlington Blk., Omaha, Neb.
JAMES ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured In all cases. Tyler 1136.
RELIABLE Detective Bureau. Railway
Ex. Bldg. Doug. 2056. Night, Col. 465.
SEWING, silks, velvets, skirts, jackets re
lined, remodeled. Reasonable. H. 6804.
Painting and Decorating.
3PAINTING. papering, reasonable prtcea.
House painting specialty. Frank Kull
selc Webster 3025. or Wal. 1427.
PAPERHANGING and painting. Walnut
Painting, papering, plastering. Wal. 4567;
Hemstitching and Pleating.
1 1CCORDION. side, knife, sunburst box
pleating, covered buttons, all alses and
styles; hemstitching, plcot edging, eye
let out work, buttonholes, pennants.
Ideal Button and Pleating Co., SOS
i Brown Blk. Douglas 1836.
Top Notch Shop Hemstitching, braiding,
beading, all kinds pleating. Doug. toil.
Room 33. Douglas Blk., 15th and Dodge.
TAMES W. MARTIN, Patent Attorney,
1716 Dodge St. Patent your Invention
and Bell U toa. manufacturer.
j Miscellaneous Announcements.
Wa rent, repair, sell needles and parts.
loth and Harney. Douglaa H7S.
TT A HfriXtnG We pay tha best
UllXJn UJ price wlth privilege
to buy back at small profit. GROSS
JEWELRY CO., 403 N. 16th St, Doug-
VRRHAfiKA Vulca Patch BXtm Agency,
411- So. 24th; distributors for Vulca
Patcfc. Parker lightning Auto Polish,
Bear Non-Skid Emergency 'Chalnsi or- I
der by null, VI
7th and Martha Sta.. Omahm. Neb.
Brass, bronse. aluminum and machine
Xray iron castings.
SAFETY raxor blades aharpened, new ra
zors, rasor . bladea sold. Omaha Raxor
Sharpening in., lozz uooes- ive .- iv.
3MAHA PILLOW CO. Feather" mattress
ea made from your own feathers, aum
mer A winter sides. HOT Cuming. D. 3467.
35LL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can ba
purchased at Rlalto Drug 6tore, 16'h
nd-iJougla Bts.. umana. iseo.
HATS cleaned and blocked while yon wait.
at)Paxton Hat Works, 1607 H Farnam
' st Work guaranteed. P. 6939.
FILMS developed: printing and enlarging
Writ for prtcea.-- Tha Ensign Co., 1607
DENTISTRY exchanged fj Liberty bon'ls,
raca value. ir. seeor, I'll? isi .at 1 hk.
$fDDTNG announcements and printing.
aulta Printing Co. Tel Douglas 614.
outx itolook l mom:: arc to wear oor it aav frqA
AFTEKl MX HUSBAND S i LACK FROCK COAT w.,
AND WE THAT HE I d A . ti THI tivATTERNOON WEAR A BLACK V
-bDREtCO PROPER wJgy 5 i C3j ..- ' EXE AL U X ifS
FULL dresn suits and tuxedos for rent
v 109 N. 16th St., John Feldman. 1). 312$.
CORSETS mad to order.
OMAHA WELDIMO CO. "Tha Careful
Weldere." 15tb and Jackson. D. 4387.
RENT Hoover vacuum,-11.25. Wal. .1047.
CfA "PITQ BARGAINS. 12th & Farnam.
OAf XjO j, j. bright Safe Co.
QKT our figures on roofs.
Ready Roofing Co.. 803 (
MATTRESSES rfmade, springa rep. H. 7163
Dr. Bradbury. No pain. 21 W. O. W. Bldg.
Omaha Towel Supply. 207 P. 11th. D. 523.
WEAVING, old ruga remado. Tyler 1433.
WILL trada good coal range with water
back fos. typewriter, phonograph or
what have you? Webster 2471. 2004 N.
' FOR SALE.
Furniture and Household Goods.
BEAUTIFUL brand new mahogany cane
parlor aulte. wW sacrltto as I m
leaving city. Call Wal
al. 3801, auk for
WE BUY old and new furniture. Wa pay
brat price. Eureka Furniture Co., Web.
5206. 1417 North 24th.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
A. HOSPE CO. nhd,nm8uslc
Pianos for rent, 14 per iqonth. '
DRUMS, traps, marimbas. Instructions, re
pairing. Phono Harney 29C7. Geo. A.
Smith 2761 Davenport St.
MAHOGANY player piano, very reasonable
If taken this ween, uouglaa 3066.
WILT, sacrifice 1200 phonograph.
Typewriters and Supplies.
ALL MAKES, bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sole agenta f the CORONA.
Get cur prloa before' you buy. , Every
Central Typewriter Exc.
uouglaa Slip. lvii Farnam.
ALL MAKES, Typewriter Co.. "all makes."
:or s istn at. Tyler hk.
No. 5 UNDERWOOD, 1st class condition.
342.50. 1404 Undue St.
PROTECTOGRAPHS, F. & E.'; bargains.
320 Neville Bldg.
Lumber and Building Material.
WILL sacrifice 3286 Vlctrola phonograph
lor lisp ; Bargain, uouglaa sots.
UNION PACIFIC! UNCLAIMED BAGGAGE
AT VKION PASSENGER STATION
TUESDAY AND WEDNESBAT,- OC
TOBER 12 AND 13.
STARTS AT 10 A. M. EACH DAY.
Consisting of about 1,400 trunks, grips,
telescopes and packager iof unclaimed
bag gag and goods thai have been lost
on the train, together with their eon
tents, will be said one parcel at a time
to the highest bidder on above dales.
GEO. L. ALLEY. GENERAL BAGGAGE
JAMES L. DOWD CO.. AUCTIONEERS
1-TON Fairbanke No. 4 standard
acale, 3x3 foot platform, also
28-lnch Buffalo Forge Co. exhaust
fan. Inquire at Omaha Bee office,
17th and Farnam St. Phone Tyler,
QLAS3 FOR SALE.
SIZES 5x7. 6x8, 8x10, BEST GRADE;
CAN BE USED FOR HOT HOUSES.
WIRELESS SETS. ETC.
LARGE drill press with electric motor,
complete with singles and tooK Flre
stone Tire & Rubber Co., 2ii6 Farnam.
LADY sells handsome Fur Coat, 375; also
3 other French eeal coats, never wor.-.,
sacrifice. Hotel Harloy, 20th and Far
nam. Mrs. McNamara. Suite 111.
SURE and safe Investment, city warrants
to pay you 10 per cent Interest, xioa,
2300 and $1,000 amounts. E. a. Solomon
517 Karbach Bldg. Douglas 6262.
MULTIGRAPH, complete with type and
other accessories. Jlotor-drrven. rira.
stone Tire & Rubber Co., 2666 Farnam.
WE buy, sell safes, make desks, show
cases, etc. umaha Fixture ft supply Co.,
S. W. Cor. 11th and Douglas.. D. 2 724.
DIAMOND for sale cheap. Blue white
stone, clean cut. weight about aix-tentns
carat. R-63, Omaha Bee.
CLEVELAND tractor,- fine condition, rea
sonable. 3533 No. 69th. Walnut 3342.
SEVERAL office desks and chairs, good
eonartion. r&6 Farnam St. ri. 120.
TAUPE FOX SE.T FOR SALE. DG. 2787.
2D-HAND lumber, 1828 N. 21st. Web. 469.
GOOD plush coat. Walnut 3638.
BABY buggy, $7. Colfax' 8427.
WANTED TO BUY.
WANTED TO BUY
Good 1-ton or Hi-ton motor truck In
gcod condition for cash. Address Box
R-22, Omaha Bee.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks; used desks bought, snld and
traded. J. C. Reeq, 1207 Farnam. D. 6116.
WILL buy second. hand clothing, shoes and
furniture. Ty. 2598. A. Zavett. 706 N. 16.
LIBERTY bonds bought. X acka Jlond
House. 1431 First Nat'I. Bk. Bldg.
Watch the Domestic column of The
Bee. Lota of good places are always
advertised. Don't miss them. .
Laundry and Day Work
BUNDLE washing called for or discount
If del. Roughdry or finished. Web. 151
DAY work, laundry, cleaning, ex$.
DAY work, bundls washing; experienced.
SMALL bundle washings wanted. Harney
IRONING, cleaning, day vwork. Webster
2222. N v
pLEANING. all kind, ironing, day work,
experienced, colored. Tyler 1739.
COLORED girl wants half days by the
week. Web. 4505.
DAY WORK, bundle washing. Webat.-r
LAUNDRESS wanta Mon., Tues. S. 6 1 .
DAY work, house cleaning. Harney 5129.
DAY work wanted, experienced. Web 16,
DAY work, cleaning,- experienced. H. 6945.
DA Y work wsnted,whlt lady. D S338
BUNDLE washing. Websterjs'e.
DAY work. Tyler" 41J. 7
HELP WANTED MALE.
Stores and Offices.
v Young Man Wanted
Eighteen years or older for outside ad
vertising work. Prefer young man llvltig
at home. Splendid future. Apply
. MR. DILLINGHAM,, OMAHA BEE.
WANTED Office clerks, cashiers and
bookkeepers to enroll In our evening"!
classes mw lorming in ntgner accviuiit-
Ing, auditing and business administra
tion, is. rare opportunity to receive In
dividual Instruction by experts. Our
training will fit you for better paying
position. Call end see us. , Dworsk
School of Accounting, Second floor Wead.
Bldg.,18th and Farnam. .
BOOKKEEPER to take full charge, 1135
- 1150; cashier, 3165-1176; candy sales
EMPLOYMENT SPEC! AL.1STH.
THE MARTI CO.. 1126 W. O. W. BIdC.
MEN quick -with figures to do tabu'atlnE
work during election. Apply J. A.
Rawllngs,' Editorial Rooms.. World-
STENOGRAPHERS. Illf.. $125, $100; price
clerk, $125; cashier, $160.
WATTS REF. CO.. 912 1st Nat. Bank.
WANTED 2 experienced office clerks.
Cudahy Packing Co.; 14th and Jones Sts.
Professions and Trades.
A tinner and furnace man to taUe
charge of ahop. Salary depends on
ability. Courtrlght Hardware Co., Fre
YOUNG men. study law. Eve. downtown
sessions. Unlver. of Omaha Law Dept.
Thorough course;- nominal tuition. Sec
404 Omaha National Bldg.
BUSHELMANr wanted" In first class cloth
ing store; will pay good salary. The
. Magees' Clothing Co., Sterling. Colo.
CARD PRINTER WANTED. "APPLY
PHILIPS DEPT. STORE7 24TH AND
O STS., SO. SIDE. .
WANTED First class auto trimmer. Coll
seum Motor company,- Casper. Wyoming.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE,
110 So. 14TH ST. CATALOG FREE.
WANTED Mechanical drafts-nen,, Reflnitc
Co., 1023 Harney. Ty. 2866.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
WANTED Experienced tire sales
men with executive ability, capable
of beirig promoted to manager pf
branch stores. State briefly ybur
experience, whether married or
single, what part of the country
you are most familiar with, sal
ary wanted and volume of business
secured for last, or present ein-
' rJoycrs; also the class of trade.
Only tried and producing sales
men need appljv Box Y-1296,
' Omaha Bee,
SALESMEN WANTED By established
firm with selling experience to sell and
demonstrate our line of Farm Tools. Our
product Is sold largely through and
with the cooperation of tha hardware
or Implement dealer. Our 'men spend
part of their tlmo working with the
dealer and part of their time canvass
ing the farmer district. Jor this work
men wflh ears preferred, although not
absolutely essential. This Is a .commis
sion proposition that will pay and pay
well the man who Is not afraid of work.
The o,ther kind and "advance grab
bers" need not apply.' Write, giving
fall details In first. letter. Prairie du
, Chlen Tool Co., Prairie du Chlen, W)s.
WANTED Salesman, by long established
automobile distributor, handling two best
known and advertised automobile. Per
manent position, wltr a chance of mak
ing an assured Income. Absolute confi
dence respected. . Answer, giving' age,
whether married or single, experience in
selling and if any tn the iutomoblle busi
ness, also references and salary desired.
If you feel that you haven't It In, you
to make good, do not waste your time
and our time by answering this ad, as
we are looking for only a hlgh-cluss
man and producer. Box 0-49, Omaha
Bee. v .
Young Man Wanted
Eighteen years or older for nutsldo
advertising work. Prefer yiung man
living at home. Splendid opporlrlty to
learn advertising and salesmanship: Ap
ply Mr. Dillingham, Omaha Bee.
STOCK SALESMEN Write me at once
and I will put you onto a good Indus
trial proposition with plant nearlng
completion that has more good talking
points than anything I have ever work
ed on. I am cleaning up on this and
want some of the Old Guard to Join
me. M. J. Scanlon, P. O. Box 1304, Sau
TRAVELING salesman; candy line, west
ern Iowa; established trade; headquar
ters In Omaha: salary open.
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND ASSN.,
1306- First National Bank Bldg.
SPECIALTY salesmen In silverware, rugs
and blankets; - can use couple or good
men. out-of-town work. C F. Adams
Co., 623 South 16th St.
Hotels and Restaurants.
MESS HOUSE COOK, WHITE.
"P. K. RAJJCH.
SEE JOSEPH BARKER '
207-11 S. 19TH ST.
PAN WASHERS WANTED.
TeamsterVand Chauffeurs. '
' Wanted at once; best of wages to
willing worker; must know city well.
- Gordon-Lawless Co.,
tth and Dodge Sts.
OF BRIGHT BOYS
FOR OFFICE WORK. .
GOOD PAY AND OPPORTUN
ITY. APPLY OFFICE.
SWIFT & CO.
- SO. SIDE. OMAHA. NEB.
WANTED Delivery boy with wheel Alex
ander Drug Co., 17th and Fa-nan:-
WANTED, ' ,
ABOUT 16 YEARS OF AGE
FOR BANK WORK.
, CALL SOUTH 4780
OR DOUG. 226.
WANTED Messenger boy; light work;
hours,, about 5 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. In
quire Journal-Stockman Co.. Stock Yards.
hVANTBD Messens-er boy. llrht work.
hours s a. m. to 3:30 p. m. Inquire.,!
Journal Stockman, stock yards.
ERRAND boy wanted. See Mr. Tully,
Midwest Electric, 1207 Harney.
BOY towf)rk at soda fountain after school.
Beaton Drug Co.
BELL boy wanted. Hotel Keen.
v, " WANTED.
APPLY SUPT. ON BALCONY.
WANTED STEADY MAN TO WORK ON
"WAGON GATHERING WASTE PAPER.
8TEADY WORK. APPLY OMAHA PA
PER STOCK CO., ,18TH AND MARCI.
WANTED Broom makers, open shop, best
wages and conditions. Apply at Free
man Broom Works, South 6th and Pa
cific Bis. '-
WANTED Chicken pickers for scalding
poultry. Apply Swift & Company, Bert
rlce. Neb.- , ,
Wanted window trimmer! phil
ips DEPARTMENT STORE, SO. SIDE.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Stores and Offices.
WANTED Young 'ady students to enroll
In our short courses In stenography,
typewriting, operation of comptometer
and higher accounting. Day and nlgl t
classes. Individual Instruction. Position
secured for every graduate. Call and
see .us or telephone. Douglas 7415.
DwdRAKV SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING,
Second floor WeaiH Bldg., 18th & Farnam.
STENOGRAPHER, produce firm, $125;
bookkeeper" and stenographer, small up
town office, J100L $125; typist, bank,
$S0; filing clerk, 86; Burroughs Post
ing Machine Operator, $100.
WESTERN REFERENCE & BOND ASSN.,
1306 First National Bank Bldg.
GJRLS to take course In shorthand, type
writing, bookkeeping, etc.; personal in
struction enables you to finish quickly;
poslUofcg furnished. .Call Doug. 7774.'
WANTED Reliable cashier who Is quick
at figures and willing worker. Salary $30
'per week, i Call In person only. Milder
Grocery- Co , 24th and N streets.
BEAUTIFUL Apt., 8 rooms and bath, com
pletely furnished, walking distance, west
$96. References. Dg. 1734.
STENOGRAPHER wanted. Must b ex
perienced. Some bookkeeping. Address
Box X-301. Omaha Bee.
YOUNG lady to woik lnpreecrlptlon dept.
- 'Sherman McConnel Drug Co.. 16th an.l
Professions and Trades.
YOUNG WOMEN, .
Does Pleasant Work Interest JYou?
If you are between 16 and, 30
you can be a telephone operator.
Good wages are paid while
learning. . ;
,. Increase in pay is made at fre
Annual vacati6ns with pay.
' Continuation of salary while sick
depending os length of service.
Cool and cheerful rest rooms.
Meals' furnished at' cost
'Apply to '
- MRS.'MORRIS, '
Employment Secretary,. .
Room 616, ;
New Tele'phone Building,
Nineteenth and TJouglas Streets.
Young Women ,
16 to 25 Years
We have a few positions in our
( LONG DISTANCE operating de
partment, which must be filled by
capable young women. If you have
an eighth grade, or, better still, a
High School education, see MISS
BELL, within the next few days at
318 Telephone Building
and Telegraph Co.
WANTEti Ladles' clotrfes ironers. StantU
ara t.aunary. ziva ;u.
MACHINE glrle wanted at once,
ard Laundry. 2403 No. 24th.
Saleswomen and Solicitors.
Store demonstrator by iai-gcst dis
tributer In city. Salary and car fare
Must be live wires. Give experience and
telephone number In letter. Write B6x
X.82, Omaha Bee.
TRAVELING salesman, retail IT""rM
trade; road experience not required; Ege I
WESTERN'rEFERENCE & BOND ASSN.
1306 First National Bank BW.
Household, and Domestic.
COMPETENT girl for general housework,
must be experienced and a good cook,
laundress kept; pay good wages. -Address
Box X 67. Omaha Bee,
WANTED Experienced second girl by P.
D. Smith. St. Edward, Neb.; two In fam.
II y. No laundry. Wages $50 njonth and
, railroad fare. l
WANTED A good girl for general house
work; 3 In family, no -children goad
pay and goo home to right party. Call
WANTED White girl for general house
work. 3 tn family, small house, laund
ress kept, good wages. Call Wal. 4568.
EXPERIENCED , NURSE FOR 2-YEAR-
OLl CHILD! EFKKKNCES na
QUIRED: MRS. uUEUER, HAR.693.
EXPERIENCED alrl, no washing, good
part three adults. Htandlnavtan pre
. erard. 6001 Izard St. Walnut 3611.
SEE J1CG3 AND MAGGIE IN FULL
PAGE OF COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BEE
AND TONIGHT OU
' WEAR TUL.L ORCS J
120 av Int-l Piaruag
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Household and Domestic.
A MAID for general housework; no laun
dry work. Mrat John MIMop, jr., 303
Willow Ave., Council Bluffs. Tel. 817.
WANTED White reliable cook; references
required. Mrs. Arthur atorx, 315 So.
64th St.,-Walnut 3216. S
WHITE maid for general housework. No
laundry. Pleasant room ana bath. 370
Jones St. Har. 672.
WANTED White girl for general house
. work. Mrs. F. L. Devereux, 1706 bo.
32 Ave., Harney 670.
EXPERIENCED WHITE MAID FOR
V GENERAL HOUSEWORK. MRS. ROED-
ER. HAR. 693,
COSIPESNT girl for general housework.
Mrs. Arter. 3536 Harney St. Phone Har
ney 68 8.
WANTED Maid; no laundry; references.
Mrs. W. J. Hynes, 433 South 38th St..
WANTED A maid for general housework.
2 m family; small apartment. Apply
626S. 31st. Apt. 2.
WANTEl) Experienced girl for general
nouseworkf no laundry. Mr. Pancoast,
4810 Davenport, Wal. 164.
COOK WANTED. GOOD WAGES. MRS
A. W. GORDON. 3611 JACKSON. HAR
WANTED White second maid. Mrs. C
W. Hamilton, 1112 Park Ave. Har. 2891.
WANTED A white girl ,for second work.
I eiepnone iiar. o.
EXPERIENCED second girl wanted; goodT1643 NORTH 16th St., nicely furnished
wages. N. B. Ppdlke, 3614 Jackson.
WANTED) Experienced white second girl.
at rsL v. u.tt ost ora.6 3 5a;,3 7th;
EXPERIENCED child nurse. Mrs. K1. II
PaUerson.J27 No. 40th St. Har. 38 1.
GIRL for general housework. Wal. 897.
. Hotels and Restaurants. .
WHITE woman to washdlshes. Apply
Housekeeper, Omaha Club, 20U and
GIRLS Wanted to watt on table it sda
fountain. Good pay. Beaton Drug Co.
WANTED PANTRY GIRLS. APPLY
PLEASANT, profoitable work In your
, spare time for particulars write Box
Y-1299. Omaha Bee, 742 Market, San
DIG SISTERS ASSOCIATION for tha
benefit cf business Kir Is. 663 Bee Bldg
Dou glas '66 9 2.
WANTED wTSll scrub woman. Apply
housekeeper, Omaha Athletic Club.
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladles and boys to learn
barber trade; big demand; wages while
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St. Trl-Clty Barber College.
WANTED Experienced man or wo'man
to work in confectionery, Ice cream and
luncheonette place. Write at once - for
nosition.y u. L. 1'eck, Neola, la.
ids are best business
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL.
Complete courses In accountancy, machine
bookkeeping, comptometry. snortnand
and typewriting, railroad and wireless
telegraphy, civil service and all Eng
lish and commercial branches. Write,
call or phone Douglas 1665 for large
Illustrated catalog. Address
Boyles Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
Van Sant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg
Ten retail stores In Nebraska.
Over 400 successful stores In operation.
Several in Omaha and vicinity.
Our commodities are used every meal
every day In the -ear, by. every family
in the land. '
One buying power for aH stores.
Commodities and methods of mer
chandising standardising everywhere.
Expert advertising and sales promo
tion. A permanent business with operating
cost and balance sheets showing results
-It will cost you $5,000 to open one of
our store nd become part of our
Interview by appointment with Merle
MacFarland, Hotel H1U, room 912.
CAFE AND ICE CREAM PARLOR, Best
In Iowa county seat of 2,500, ion River to
River autoriioblle highway. No competi
tion to speak of. Only 1 other small
cafe. Good equipment, Including soda
fountain, cigar and candy cases, lunch
counter. Ice King refrigerator and elec
tric .piano. Living rooms upstairs.
Will sell for $1,800. Invoice small
stock. Reason for selling other 'busl
ness. Address Box 246, Oxford, Neb.
GOOI opening for shoe store, after Jan
uaryT," 1921. Splendid location, brick
building. modern front, fine display
room, 22x80, built for exclusive shoe
store,' with ladders and shelving com
plete. Rent only $30 per month. This
has been Thayer county' leading shoe
an established value for the Jjade. 6
VI Hn.ftri1. ITehron. Neb. "
FOR SALE Printing and office -supply
- business In town of 25,000 In Iowa, i
magazine Intertype, Miehle press, Kelly
press, two Jobbers, one with Miller feed
er, folding machine and other machinery.
Good business, alway made money. Part
time to the right party. Manager wants
to specialize In one branch of business
Write H. V. Mercer, Ottumwa, la.
FOR SALE Drue store, best location In
state. 30 years of business by same man.
Extra" good deal to right party. fart
cash down, balance on time. Good rea
son for selling. No trades. R. M. Splits,
FOR SALE Or trade, a general mer
chandise store, bulldlns and dwelling,
in a good live little town and a cash
business in the wheat belt tn north
eastern eoTorado. W. R. Stewart, Wig
g 1 ns, Colo.
$25,000 buys foundry and machine ahop,
real estate; machinery equipment -and
stock, in good thriving city, half cash.
Box Y-1298. Omaha Bee.
DOMESTIC burner, 609 No. 16th St.;
makes gas from oil and air; simplest,
best and cheapest on the market; burn
ers and territory for sale.
FOR SALE Restaurant doing good busi
ness; a bargain for cash. 2422 Leav
enworth. MAKE m- an offer on 35 share preferrei
stock In Omaha Refining Co., paying
S per cent. Box X-56, Omaha Bee.
FOR SALEI Bulk apples, car lots. Wlck
ham Berry Farm. Salem. Neb.
TO GET In or out of business. see LEWIS
ft Co., 411 Mccsgue mag.
FOR RENT Two-story brlek momlnlf
house tn best hotel town on Burlington
In central Nebraska. Modern except heat
Will lease for one, two or three years
Inquire Box 97, Bartley, Neb.-
ATTRACTIVE S-room flat, "modern, close
In, $50 a month. $1,200 for quick sale.
212 No. 24th. Douglaa 4669.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
- Furnished Rooms.
PHONE THE WANT AD DEPARTMENT.
TYLER 1000. AND ASK BOUT OUR
BIG ROOM LIST -PRINTED EVERY
WEEK FOR THE BENEFIT OF OUI
READERS AND ADVERTISERS
TWO ' pleasant connecting front rooms,
suitable for 2 or 3 gentle.nen or couple
emplnved; hot and cold water In rooms.
328 So. 26th St., Dg. 8976.
FURNISHED room In private home for
girl, who can have privilege of using
kitchen and dining room. Close In. Rea
sonable. Har. 7177,
I THINK l AnTa M S' .
FOR RENT ROOMS.
SINGLE and double, rooms or men only;
running hot and cold water; steam heat,
walking distance. Brown Apta., 508 N.
21st. Douglas 6644.
EXCEPTIONALLY nice room, 16x20; pri
vate family; modern. 2 car lines; walk
ing distance. 2305 Cass. Doug. 7433.
LARGE front rootn, modern home 4212
Douglas. Will rent to two ladles Ret-
trence. wal. 2022.
2611 DEWEY XVE. Nicely furnished
large front room, gentlemen only. Tji'.r
4268; I i "
FURNISHED room In beautiful private,
modern home, one-half block to Farnam
car line. $25 month. Wal. 877.
WELL-FURNISHED room for gentlemen,
West Farnam, nar car line. Refer
ences. Har. 3620.
LARGE room opposite park, beautiful W.
Farnam district; walking distance, 116
So. 31st Ayb. '
618 'NORTH 4l!st Ave., nicely furnished
room, private home; gentlemen.
VERY large room for 2 or 3 atudents;
walking distance. 628 So. 26th St., Dg.
-1IL V -
1529 PARK Ave., nicely furnished room,
newly decorated, on car line. .H. 2210.
WELL furnished rooih . for gentleman.
Near car line, West Farnam. Har. 3 i20.
2212 DOUGLAS; walking distance; large
room for 2 gentlemen; good heat.
rooms. Reasonable. Webster $02.
NICELY furnished room for one or two
gentl emen. y References. , So.' 3 78 0.
LARGE front room In private home; gen-
tlemen preferred. .Tyler 2205.
2 FURNISHED rooms for rent; working
couple preferred. Har. 3729.
TWO sleeping rooms, strictly modern. In
private home. Web. 2870. a .
526 SOUTH 25TH AVE.. FURNISHED
ONE large room with kitchenette, run
ning water. 2606 Douglas. ,.
4."03 AMES AVETlilcely furnished room.
Colfax 613. '
SLEEPING rooms; walking distance. Har.
I OK 2 elegant rooms, modern. Web. C39.
SINGLE room. 623 So.16th; Apt. 16.
SLEEPING room wl thperch. It. 3576.
2 BEAUTIFUL rooms. Call Ty. 1490.
SINGLE sleeping room. Doug. 8144;
MODERN sleeping-rooms. Dg. 7077;
HOUSEKEEPING rooms to respectable
people. Walking distance. 1717 Burt
St. Doug. 8144.
SINGLE housekeeping r4fns wjth bath.
Walking distance, for couple employed.
STRICTLY modern heated and furnished
1 room, large closet. References. 3012
Chicago. V- 1
SUITE of light housekeeping , rooms
; Steam heated. 623 KO;M6th S-:., Apt: 16
1643 N. 16TH, ST., turnlshed rooms for
light housekeeping. Websters02. -
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING ROC MS. 719
NORTH 19TH ST. TYLER 4328.
813 S. 23D 2 light housekeeping, rooms;
no objection to children.
MODERN rooms for light housekeeping.
1720 Dodge St. Dg. 7077.
SINGLE housekeeping rooms. Har. 6295.
Board and Rooms.
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT.
Room with breakfast and dinner,
private home; references required. Call
Harney tl06. v
1642 No. 18th.- Bedroom, parlor, private
residence for 1 or 2 gentlemen em
. ployed. Breakfast If desired Call Wet
for 2 gentlemen.
Board and room
Harney car line.
BEMIS PARK Rooms Ar nursej, also for
gentkmen. Board If desired. Wal. 72 S.
COMFY room and breakfast for 2 ladies
' or. gents employed. Col. 4381.
TWO large rooms. 623 N. 17th St.
FOR RENT HOUSE?;
MODERN duplex, partly furnished, four
rooms and sunroom. Adults on'y. $4(1
month. 8820 Norths 29th St., 'take F'or
enoe car. 1
FOR RENT Seven-room house to party
l.uylng furniture. Complete for house
keeping. Wal. 2646.
OWNER GOING TO
and will rent his 9-room, mod., hot
water heated home, for immediate
possession. Extra toilet and lava
tory on first floor, complete bath
on second. Garage Clifton Hill
district. References required.
m rTT?T S. ODATM
vjxjvy y jui.iv x ui jniit ,
vv nty iai i DanK. ug. se3.
8-ROOM; modern except furnace, all on
one floor, $36., T706 Q St. Douglas 3556
or Tyler 1910. ;
FIVE rooms, modern except heat, $30
month. 528 No. 82nd. Douglas 3393.
FOR RENT APTS AND FLATo.
Dodge, at 18th Street
Tyler 4200 .
Omaha's Newest and FinesT-Ex-'
elusive Apartment Hotel.
Reservations Filed For
COMPLETELY) furnished two and three
room apartments. Walking distance.
Brown Apartments, 508 North Twenty
BEAUTIFUL apartment, 3 rooms and bath,
completely furnished, walking distance,
west; $95; references; Douglas 1734.
3-ROOM apartment with 5-room accom
modatlons. Furniture for sale. Ty. 3250.
lrCv apartment, close in. block from car;
puriiiiuro lor yic. x jicr jag.
FURNISHED apartments in the Black
stone. Harney 946. ,
Beautiful 5-room apartment,
newly decorated, south and east
exposure, extra large rooms, heat,
water and janitor service included
in Apt. 3, Portland, Park avenue
and- Leavenworth St.. possession
immediately, rental $90 per month.
Payne & Carnaby Co.,
616 Omaha Nafl Bk. Bldg. Dg. 1016.
FOR RENT Business Property.
DESK space for rent; includes ste
nographic and. tele'phAne service.
MATTSON & SMAILS, .
1213 City National Bank Bldg.
OFFICE space. 536 Bee Bldg. Doug. 3254.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned ty 11. R. Xtowctt Co, Tyler 1400.
Drawn for The Bee by McMantu.
Copyright 1920 International News Setviea.
MOVING AND STORACtE.
FIDELITY A&fiVA5 CO.
STORAGE, MOVING. PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS.
FREE RENTAD SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
16th and 4ackson Sts. Douglas 238.
MOVING, PACKING. 8TORAGE.
Separate lorkeo rooms for househo.d
goods and pianos, moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
iQt South 16th. . Doug. 4162.
, GLOBE VAN, TRANSFER AND
For real service. In hauling or stor
age, call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4333.
Auto cr wagon service.
v UNION TRANSFER CO.
Let us estimate your moving, packl.ii;
and storage. 1605 Davenport. Doug. 2908.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
FERRETS for sale, write' H. R. PecS.
601 8outheaa 6th St.. Pes Molnea. la.
PEKINESE SPANIEL FOR SALE. TY.
BIRDS. 2915 S. 17th St.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
' For Sale.
GOVERNMENT and farm harness "arid
- leather collars, 36 per cent discount.
Wrltexfor free price list. Desk No. 3,
- Mid West Harness, 706 No. 16th St.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE.
Buy a Guy L. Smith
Used Car .
We always have a few first-class
used cars which are real bargains.
Each, is guaranteed and with a
real service behind it. Call Doug
las 1970 any time for description
of cars and prices?
We are showing 2 1920 Hudson tour
ing cars which have been slightly used
here In Omaha. The owners turned
them in on enclosed models and they
are excellent automobile bargains at the
price we ask. If you. ara going to get
a high grade car this is a chance to
save some money.
'Guy U Smith,
s FORDS, BUICKS, DODGES, i
NEW-AND USED CARS.
CASH OR TIME.
WINTER TOPS. FORD BODIES.
GOLDSTRUM AUTO SALES CO.,
1318 HARNEY BT.' TYLER T14.
We have some splendid 1919
,Ncwly painted Fords for sale, cash,
or terms. Try one and you'll buy
it. . '
Drive It Yourself Co.,
J314 Howard St.' Doug. 3622
GOOD cara tno and less; '16 Stearns
Knight. '17 King Eight, '18 Chalmers
Six, 'JS Saxon Six, '19 Overland, '17,
Aljea, '16 Ford, three Chevrolet. '17, 'U
and '19, Knger Six roadster. Overland
locdster, '17 Patterson Six. Don't fall
to see these. Some as low ns $150.
Tr.iwver Auto Co.. 2210 Farnam.
Two Dandy Buys
One late D 46 Bulek touring.
- One Dodge touring. Both clrs at a
Jsargain. See them at the
1C30 Vinton St.i Phone Tyler 35S7
WE SAVE YOU
$3 out of every $10 on auto ;nsurance.
Phone Douglas 776. JI12 Peteri Trust
Bldg. Continental Inv. Co.
$35 WILL rent space for vour car until
March 1, 1931, at 150VMarcy St. Har
tung Transfer Co.t Tyler 1976. "
SOME bargains in used Ford r-ars. Mo
Caffrey Motor Co. The Handy Ford
Service Station. 15th and Jackson. Doug.
DICKSON &: Newman build garages,
driveways, sidewalks and do general re
palr work. Phone South 2794 rSo!1761.
DO ycu want a good automobile at a bar
grain price? All makes aud sizes. Terms
orcash;CallMr. Jones. JJouglaa 618.
FORDS. DODGES, BUTCK FOR SALE OR
TRADR. . EASY TERMS. CALL 8. 399.
JOURKEUTOJJO701S. 24th St.
5-PASSENGER touring, good tires, new
top, new paint, fine'runnlng orrler, $250,
See it at 422 S. !5th. Aveek days.
WANTED r-For spot caalC 100 .teed cars
quick action; no delay. Auto .Exchange
Co.. 2I--59 Farnam St. Douglas S036
UTHE DIXIE FLYER,
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY.
OAKLAND Sensible Six.
&pth Harney Sts.
WE have 60 .good used cars to select
from. All prices.
MEEKS AUTO CO..T02S Farnam 1
SEVEN -PASSENGER Reo 6, 6 new tires;
oflglnal finish, like new. Har. 6256 or
WILL sacrifice Stearns Knight roadster.
Many extras. Perfect condition. Dg 7464.
FORD sedan, fine condition; starter gird
extras; only 9650. Deug. 6749.
I OR salecheap, 1914 For'dexpreas truck,
good tires. Call South 4436.
Tires and Supplies.
NEW TIRES, FIRST-CLASS.
;fS I 32x3H....... .$14.93
30x3 '4 11.95 I S3x4 ........ 20.93
3(ix4 20.95 I 24x4 , 20.95
Goodrich Guaranteed Ford Tubes. $2.60.
KAIMAN TIRE JOBBERS. 1723 CUMING.
NEW TIRES, 60 PER CENT DISCOUNT.
0x3 $ 9.75 itxK $19.23
80x34 11.90- 334 4 19.60
32x3 ft 14.90 I 34x4 20.00
Mall orders filled.
STANDARD TIRE CO., 410 N. 16TH ST.
" VS&t) TIRES-
30x3. $5.00; S0i3H. $6.00.
All sixes In proportion. Look over OUT
rebutlts. Open Sundays. Tyler 2986.
- - SAVItJlO TIRES. ,
90t N. 16th St. Keystone Tire Shop.
DETROIT electric car". So. 3 126.
WRITE for our list cf guaranteed rebuilt
motorcycles. Victor IL Roos. Dept. It.
Omaha. Nebraska. $
SIX-ROOM farm shack and barn and 17
acres, 21st street and Weber.
F. D. WEAD,
310 So. 18th. Tylei 151.
FyR SALE A paradise In southern Calt
'fomla, 4 acre, $15,000. P. O. Box 617,
640 ACRES IMPROVED AND 320
ACRES UNIMPROVED LAND
FOR SALE. EASTERN COLO
RADO: WANT STOCK
MERCHANDISE AS PART
- PAYMENT. C. V. NELSON,
.3012 DAVENPORT.- OMAHA,
t A KT,-." 11 k lin A TXT
$20 acres ehol.-e level Mack loam, soil
100 per cent tillable; 40 t.crea winter
wheat goes with place. No buildings
no better land to be found. Located,
Kiowa Co., north half BM-tlon S9-19-41.
rIX miles inmnrMV diihhj.ii .tanv, v,,,...
Price, $36.00 per aero; 3,U0 down, J
$1,000 March 1. 1921, $l.00 March 1.
naianco im-ha-hm,,-, a-.
sell all or part. Adjoining farm has
corn making 60 bus. por sere this year.
Write or wire, r.wner, Fred W. Hunt,
160 ACRES Burlington, Colo.. $500 down or
w 111 take Oma h aro perty Coif a x 4 1 82.
Prices ranging from $2S to $100 per t
I want 250 practical farmers who are
willing to Invest and farm these lands.
Will sell any amount To reliable parties,
from 10 to 25.000 acres, on liberal terms.
J. R. Andrews
$20 AN ACRE.
16!) RICH clay loam acres, no eand, only
2H miles from good Pine county. iMnn.,
towav on new Soo line, 95 miles frtm St.
Paul, 10 acres under cultlvntlo.1, bal
ance, very light brush, easily cleared.
x good log home and barn, on state trunk
highway. Must ll at onco an.l wlll
sacrifice at only $20 an acre, y, cash,
balance to suit. This la a big anup and
It will pay you well to come at on,
J. V.. Pi rt. owner, 606 Globe llldg. Ml?
4,000 ACRES Box Butte county farm land,
$25 to $116 an acre in half smtlon lota.
S. S. AND R. K. MONTGOMERY.
21S City National Bank Bidg
LANDOLOOY special number Just out con
taining 1920 facts of clover land In
Marinetto county, Wisconsin. If for a
home or as an investment you era
thinking of buying good farm lands
where farmers grow rich, send at om-o
for this special number of J.andoli py. It
Is free on request. Address Hkirimote
hlrhle Land Co,, 433 Skidraore-Klehle
Bldg.. Marinette, Wis.
Real Estate Loans
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rates. Private loan boo'hs. Harry
Malashock, 1614 Dodge. D. 6611 Ea. 1894.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB FARMS,
O'KEBFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 2115.
$100 to 910,000 made promptly.
F. D. WEAD, Wead Bldg.310 S. 18th St.
" PR IV ATE" MONEY.
BHOPEN &COMPAN Y.poug.
r'ROMPT serf-Ice, reasonable rates, private
money. Garvin Bros. 345 Omaha Nat.
To buy or sell Omaha Real Estite ses
FOWLER & M 'DONALD
1120Clty Nat Bk. Bldg pouflaa 1426.
YOU WANT TO SELL THAT HOUSRf
Want quick action? Just try ua. Call
OSBORNE REALTY CO., 430 Bee Bldg.
W. G. SHRIVERr.lTATiJ
1047-9 Omaha Nat. Bk.Bldg. Doug. 1636.
HAVE buyers with $600 cash down. Llsf
Tflth us. R. F. Clary Co.. 2404-6 Amea
Ave.,No)rth Omaha Realtors. Col. 176.
HAVE Inquiries for homes; do you wa.it
to sell your property? List I w'th C
A. Grlmmel. Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg;
WILL pay caSh for desirable building lot
In any part of city If priced right. Ad
dress Box X-105, Omaha Bee.
LIST your home with' me or 1' you are
looking for house see me. Frank J.
Panowlch. 635 Paxton Bllt -.
WANT homes In colored neighborhood.
Benjamin & Frankenberg. Doug. 722
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
AMOS GRANT CO,,
Joug. 8380. S30-4-6-8 Brandeis Theater
24 ACRES IMPROVED
Graham-Peiers Realty Co.,
(29 Omaha Nat'I Bank Bldg., Omaha, Neb
Douglaa 693. Ev-'nlngs. Walnut1103.
WE HAVE an unusually well located pice
of trackage at 7th - and Lavenwnrtli,
81x132, tracks on both sides. At rich!
price Alfred Thomas. .0l First Nat l
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
HAVE EASTERN COLORADO
LAND, WILL EXCHANGE
FOR STOCK MERCHANDISE
IN GOOD LOCATION. ACT
PROMPTLY: W. L. QUIRX,
PATHFINDER HOTEL, FRE
FOR EXCHANGE -SW4 "Of Sec. 24 an
NVi of NWi of Sec. 25-106-41, Murrn
county, Mlrln. Trice, $75.00 ir acre
Mortgage, $9,500.00 at 6 per cent. Wan
registered Herefi-ord cattle. Give fui!
particulars in first letter. Address A
C. Taylor. Harlowton, Mont.
t ' V
REAL ESTATE OTHER CITIES '
90 ACRES lake shore, rich soil, 30 cleared:
7-room house, barn, orchard, near lowi
and school. $4,200; $500 cash. Get nei
land list. Tom O. Mason, Cumberland
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
$11,004 Brick flat near high school, tw
apartments, six and seven rooms. Rented
at $120 per month.
$12.500 Two apartment brlck flat,
rooms each, near Turner Park and Far
nam street. Rental $150 per month.
$15.000 Four apartment brick flat, flv
rooms each, near 24th and Howard
f?ep rental at $140 per menth.
$16,000 Four apartment brick flat near
high' school. Lot 60x120. Mdnthlj
$21.000 Close lit, three apartment brick
flat; high class. Monthly rental, $222.50.
Figure the net -Income yourself; the re
turns are good and the investments saf.
Terms can be arranged.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
91S-29 City National,
WALSH-ELMER cl Realtors. Real
Estate, Investment, Insurance, Rent
als. Tyler 1626. 33$ Securities Bldg.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
HALF BLOCK TO CAR LINE.
DEAL WITH OWNER.
2 NEW HOUSED
Two-story, 6 rooms ancf batii,
complete in every detail and ready
for immediate occupancy, in our
new DUNDEE district, which you
can Lwv cn terms' rvf
$1,500 Cash $125 Per Mo.
If You Want
abrand new, modem home of flic
best type of construction and high
est grade interior, woodwork fin
ished in quality oak and enamel
work, which you fan buy on near
ly a rent basis, let us. show you
one of these fine hoirics.
Located in 50th St. ami 50th
Ave., near Farnam. Trice $12,
500 each. , .
MATTSON & SMAILS,
1214 City Nat'I Bank Doug-. 8102
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