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THE -'OMAHA DAILY BEE: THUllSDAY, A1AKCH '2$. 1007.
OFFERED FOR SALE
BlTKItwrN WILLIAMS CO., hft mixed
taint Sherman at McConnell Drug Co.
l ; W-94f
YR BALE Old etvle mahosany dreaser;
two gentleman's wheels; go-cart for
tains. 107 N. 13th St.
-.DARDKN and field needs, fruit packages,
. bee keepers- supplies, youniierman t"-a
Coanrll Bluffs. Is. 14r-28
! -i . , .
P Ridpeth's History of tne worm, II
lumes; lowest price on any encycio-
dla; monthly payments, western
Aaa'n, 641 Paxton Bin . Omans,
(18) MltM Ail
TWO-HORSKPOWnR. W volts, Thomp-
Y. son-Houston motor, food aa new, cheap.
I6 Capitol Ave. tl)-4l
Larson ft Co.,
book free. Bee Bide.
D. O. BARNF.IJU patent attorney and ma.
chine doslgner. Paxton Blk. Tel. Bed 7117.
17) 1S3 Ail
CITY STEAM LAUNDR Y-flhlrta pressed,
not Ironed. XU 8. 11th St, Tel. Doug. 254.
. PEWINO machine ren'ed, any make. 7Ro
per wees or xz.oo per month. Second
hand machine for sale, to 00 and no.
!" vjvmi iaa ana narney
M A PQIR costumes, Lleben, Tel. 411B. open
evenings. UaJ M
SYRINGES, rubber goods, by mall) cut
pri.es; aena ior tree catalogue. Myers
union Drug -o., umana. (is) 9of
ri r i Tm ALL, KINDS.
Kl h A I l f Buttons, Rut-hlng,
1 L. L T MHU Embroidery.
Dyeing and cleaning, sponging and shrink
Ing, only 4fi per yard. Baud for prtco list
flpouglas Block. Tat Douglas im
TTlATE CONFINEMENT HOME- Mrs.
Dr. King. 2018 N. 21st St. Tel. Dug. f69.
kTE defects corrected by glasses, fitted
r in tour home If desired: reasonable
' prices. Smith. Graduate Optician, feul
1 Lbio. 'Phone wsDsier uw.
Xt AKR ArtF,8wedl"n movement IM N.
AUVOOMXJuth room 8. second floor. I
(la j M4a7 As
IDE SALVATION ARMY solicits .caatoff
clothing; In fact, anything you do not
need: we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N.
nth Bt, ior cost ci collecting, 10 in
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 4W8 and
wagon ui naii. tun ua
1 LACE curtains nicely laundered, satisfac
" lion guaranteed; prices moderate. Phone
Douglas ilia. 1711 Jackson. US) 30
fk nvrTT"TTn treatment and bath. Km
UAUiv Smith. Us N. 14th, 2d Boor.
ARE you going to New York? I can save
you 20 per cent on your hotel bill at a first
claaa downtown hotel. Address m-bm, nee.
ADVERTISEMENT In this column sec
ond week of January answered . by
"Beatrice Kail." Will ahe please write
again and give same address? Letter
returned from areneral delivery.
(16) M698 2lx
RUPTURS CURED-W: no knife. Quick
Cur Rupture Co., Woodmen of the World
Duuoing. us tun BOM
FOR anything In the sewing machine Una
. go to f. Bi. loo. man s CO., ui4 cap. a?
JOHN CANE IS IN TOWNI
Now la the time to trim trees, trelllsea and
' grape vines; alao landscape gardening.
Tel. Red b4ti6. Kea. uui s. sstn Ave.
AINFUL bums, any aore or skin hurt
quickly healed by Satin akin cream, sc.
WE SEEK husband for refined Chrlettan
woman about 10. - Worth over HO.000.
MfMtieatead Club. Toledo. O.
tig) wm ax
BYIRON WATSON Five letters received.
Have written aa Instructed. A. w.
. 08-M437 Six
f" REAL ESTATE
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Mid City Lots
Sale every afternoon this week
bri the grounds. Do not be
no IaIa in trot a Tiottia in TriU
ioo iaie to gei a come m was
beautiful addition. Remem
ber the location 13th and
Blaine Sts. Take 13th St.
; ; M'CAGUE
Sole Agents, .
.1506 DODGE ST.
All modern, (-room cottage.
south front, nicely located, on
paved street, near car. In north
part of city; permanent walks,
shade trees, some fruit; very
desirable neighborhood. This
Is a very attractive home and
a bargain. Terms, one-half
BENSON & CARMICIIAEL
Hi Paxton Block.
BRICK BUSINESS CORNER, ANNUAL
BtMAU UK K0w; WILL NET 12Vs PER
J. i-.N T. $,0i cash, balance from rentals;
iuw (im interest.
. 232 Neville Block.
, (19) MJ42 Al
. $-40 00
Will buy you a home on Wirt street.
4-rooin house. lot 40XIS4. small fmlr
.J a 7 hi a ThU hou not
........ m miu wno tan use a
hammer and saw can make money by
inv hg thla now ' '
TLRRLL ft CO.. 17th and Kernam Sta
Business . Properties
40x6 on west side of lith, near Dodge, $2,200
i wo tun city lota, leas a small corner,
Uuioo Paclflo trackage available.
Some old buildings renting for about
$&00.a year; two blocks from M. E.
bidho new building, $9,000
x, near Paxton hotel, $6,200
txiK, with old building In Auditorium
oiocx, - 14,000
$2x132 on Farnam. near old Vnlon pa
ino, heacViuartera, B. ft M. trackage
in rear. Bume old buildings. $4,200
Harrison & Morton,
09) 411 17
ten SAI.E-Two modem houses and large
win), uni diock nonn or niniconi park'
pitvcd atteet. eaat front, lot liilW. Laat.
era owner wm aru ai a iaraln
nuuut 1 M. A. i. Xlldg
4 J. . U9)-l
rrrr rnnpiuTT for si.e
ions Bo. loth Ava. House haa
twelve roorcs, large reception
hall, parlor with fine mantel,
largo living room, a dining
mom 11x31 and kitchen with
cistern pump at sink and Urge
cupboarda. etc.; Ave good bed
rooms And large storeroom;
toilet rooms on ft rat and second
floors, laundry In basement,
good furnace, two claterna;
ground la 100 ft east front with
fine ahade trees; large bafn;
street la paved with asphalt;
cement walka. Owner very
anxloua to dispose of house
within 80 days. Price, tll.m
1324 8o. 85th St., new -room,
house; fine reception hall with
pillars, large living room, very
pleasant dining room, kitchen
with rear vestibule, 4 good bed
rooms, linen closet, bath room,
etc, double floors up and down
stairs, house finished In quarter-sawed
oak down stairs;
very fine combination gaa and
electric light fixtures, full
basement with laundry; ce
ment steps and cement walk
around house; sightly east
front lot; street to be paved
this spring. Owner very anx
ious to sell before April 15.
rrice, $5,500. Owner lives In
bouse and will show you
Look at these.
The Bvron Reed Co.
Phone Doug. S7.
HI So. 14th St
AND FRUIT FARM
North of Benson orphan
age, on good road and near
the Brandels home, 10 acres,
7tt of which Is bearing fruit
apples, cherries, plums,
grapes), etc. Over $900 worth
of fruit sold Uat year; haa
good 7-room house; barn,
cribs, etc; beautKul, sightly
location and a big bargain at
W. FARNAM SMITH & COJ
09) 427 28
7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE
nearly new, 2089 Marcy St Hard pine, oiled I
finish. Everything first claaa. Owner lav
Ing city and wants to sell. Street paved.
Very fine neighborhood. Prioe $4,000.
Sea this and make us an offer.
D. V. SHOLES COMPANY,
n0 Board of Trade. '
CD l 27
THEY. ARE GOING
and select od of the cholos
east, west or double fronts. In
the highest, finest snd most
beautiful location of all subur
ban sites for a desirable home.
What so much enhances a
home as a beautiful landaoaps
view! No city taxes. You get
all of these advantages In buy
ing a lot in blocks 17 and IS,
Halcyon Heights, only two
blocks soutn ot Military Ave.
car line, on Lynn An., Ben
son. Price. $250 to 1650. Term
to suit your convenience.
WB WILL BB ON THE GROUND
FnrtM to k -rnMnunnw iw-J
ERNOON, OR AT ANY OTH1CK
HOUR BY SPECIAL APPOINT-1
MENT. TEL. DOUO. 867.
Russell & McKitrick Co.,
433-24 Ramge Bldg., 16th aad Harney Sts.
Mflna foe house. 1 ronm. Mrlv .
-r- . : . . ' "
12.HB0. new cottage. I rooms and bath. Una
casement, wua nui snu coia water; JM2
$ 600, new house, modern, rooms; will
be nnisnea in a montn.
xi.uoo ior nouse, s rooms, city watsr, 8811
$t,ooa i for brickjouse, 9 rms, oak finish
ana mooern. ioi rx. mo. .
W. 1. UKAHAM, BEE BLDG
ON SOUTII 20TH ST.
Nine rooms, east front, city
water, porcelain bath, good
cistern, sewer, paved street;
all Improvements paid.' Well
arranged; good repair. Prioe
P,KEEFE REAL ESTATE OO.Uqo Cash-, Balance Monthly
1001 N. Y. Life Bldg.
FARNAM ST. PROPERTY
Full-slsed business lot. 16x132 to twenty
foot alley, on north side Farnam, east ot
24th; Improved with three three-story brick
nats. paying a rair return on th !...
ment Has a future, we think.
It for a short Urns at $21,000.
Harrison & Morton
NEAR 813T AND MARCY.
NKW T nuuua MODERN
Cash or Terms. -ADDRESS
C 916. BEE.
, iihi. -
THK KERR AHSTK ACT Co. a AB
STRACT OF TITLES are the safest
You sie protected by a $10,000 bond against
loss by errora You don t buy a law suit
whtn you buy a "Kerr" abstract 1M
, Harney. Tel. Douglae $487. (19)
BARGAIN IN COTTAGE
8616 Parker It.. I rooms, city water, full
W. T. QRAHAM. Btr -
'"REAL ESTATE " '
CITY PBOrF-HTr FOR tALR.
THIS QUESTION BEFORE
In case of business depression, which we
hope will not come, but In case It ehould
Which property would depreciate In value
the moat, according to present rrlcea In
the West Farnam district at $50 to 175 a
front foot, or in Kountie Place, where yon
can buy equally as good property, and
where as many, if not more, of Omaha
best business men have tholr homes, and
where we are offering choice lots from II
to 26 a front foot; ask any business man
or loan company.
KOVNTZE PLACE to reached by t car
lines, the DO DOE, NORTH 24TH ST. and
SHERMAN AVE.; hns good. WIDE.
PAVED STREETS, SEWER, WATER.
OAS. PERMANENT SIDEWALKS. OOOD
CHVRCHE8 and SCHOOLS, LARGE
SHADE TREES, and only a short distance
to the business center; no hills or hollowi
LOOK OVER THIS LIST OF PRICES:
ALL LOTS 50x124 FEET
On Locust St.. between 18th and Nth,
outh fronts $ o
On Blnney St.. between 16th and 24th,
only 3 left.. l.060
On Wirt St., between 16th and 24th,
only I left, at 1.150
On Spencer St., between 16th and 24th,
north fronts. $950: south fronts l.ouu
On Lothrop St.. between 16th and 24th,
north fronts, $750; south fronts 850
On Emmet St.. between 16th and 24th,
taoo to 900
I On Plnkney St., between 16th and 24th,
MM to 70
Call for new book of KounUe Place
Homes, with plat and price list. You bet
ter make your selection before the advance
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1704 Farnam St, Bee Bldg.
(19J 438 27
At a bargain. One of the
neatest 6-room houses on the
market, with bath room, t
good bedrooms, with closets,
electric lights and gas, ce
mented basement and cement
walks; Ana porch, with stone
poets; almost new and occu
pied by owner.
McMENEMY & RIKER,
406 Be Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 511
(19) 429 29
LIST your property for sale
or exchange with McMenemy
& Rlker, 406 Be Bldg. Tel.
' (13)-4 29
FOR THIS WEEK
g-R. mod. house, good repair, near Bemla
Park, xx,3U0.uu; easy terms. .
$-R. mod. house, paved street and walks.
good repair, i,0Vtf.uu; easy lernis.
7-R. house, city water, cistern, gas, perma
nent walks, vna ho. zzo. m., oargain.
-R. house! t lots, city water, gas.
- Sahler St. I $1,Z50.00; easy terms.
J. II. PARROTTE
614 Paxton Blk,
. (19) M264 80
40x66 on west side of 12th, near Dodge. $2,200
Two full city lots, less a smalt
corner. Union Pacific, trackage
available. Some old buildings
renting for about $500 a year;
two blocks from M. 3. Smith
I 44x66, near Paxton hotel. $4,200
22X133, with Old DuilQing in AUO
xzxiu on rnam, near oia union
Pacific headauartera. B. & M.
trackage In rear. Borne old
I Hnrrkon ft Mnrtnn.
i . .w. . w .
91$ N. Y. LIFE.
(19) M44 28
For an 8 room modern house
near the Convent on Stth and
Burt fits , and It is a bargain.
Lot 60x126, nice shade trees.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1001 N. X. Lire Bldg.
(19) M4CJ 80
4 rooms, full lot close to school, city
water, located in omana v lew.
PETERSON BROS., 623 Bee Bldg.
. (19) Mtts 29
LANDS ACRE8 AND CITY PROPERTY.
About 10.000 acres of land near North
Platte $4 per acre.
Large frontage on North Sixteenth 8t,
near Burt; Improved 620,000.
Trackage and North Sixteenth frontage
Forty-four feet on Farnam St., near Twen
I tv-seoona s.snu.
iwo tuts corner iniriy-sixm ana uoage
Sts. only II. (MX
Forty-four feet on South Tenth St, near
Jackson $4, too.
Full corner lot diagonally opposite new
Northwestern rreignt station IIS.IVO.
South Omaha Full lot on Twenty-fourth
bt., near u j.uuo.
Florence Block of twenty lota II.EhO.
Five acres northeast of Benson $1,250.
Acres near Houtn umaha xi.io and $o.
Mi.aiii r. w i m an,
1008 NEW YORK LIFE BLDO,
(1K M156 SI
biisr vri T.iviwn
I 436 Nicholas St.. has two lots, a 9-room,
moaern nouse, iiviiiy oi grauna ior gar.
sen. larse chicken park and chicken
house, a good barn; within two blocks of
street car. and tents for $30. We are able
to sell this (or $3.5u0. It Is worth more
money. Bee it
TUB'S ELL ft CO., 17th and Farnam.
PIECE TO PLAT
T.tit imi between MTh mnA lotK at.
south of Omaha Halgt.Ts. Will make lui
good kits, few mluuies' walk to car I'ne.
Tne nearest acre tract on the mrk.-t
and a great bargain st $6,900. Must be
taken . at once.
W. T. GMAHAM. BEE BT.DO.
UJ 424 a
' REAL ESTATE '
CITY rttors-HTY FOR iAI.E.
30 S. 15th St., 9-room house,
city water, sewer and gas,
permanent sidewalks, on lot
44x156 feet; IDPO caah, balance
monthly. Lower floor la now
rented for l!S per month.
OKORGE A CO.,
1001 Farnam St.
SOUTH SIDE HOME
1W4 Po. 16th St.. S-room new house, mod
em except heat, very pleaannt and quiet
p'ace for living: easy walking cllsiance,
cNse to car; rente for $ per month;
well worth the price. I-.Z7&.
Phone Doug. 74J7. 93R N. Y. Life.
On of the beat lota In Dundee for $700.00.
J. II. PARROTTE
614 Paxton Blk.
(19) M25S JO
FOR 3ALE On East Maple St strictly
modern 7-room nouse, run oasement.
laundry, paved street, near three car
lines. Inauire J. H. Olseen. 217 Hoard of
Trade mug. Tel. uoumaa s. waj osj
FARM AIR RANCH UNUI FOR t ALB
Will Profit by Writing
G. C. CHESTEJl & CO.,
Okotoka, Alberta, Canada.
All kinds of real estate and commission
bualneas transacted; farm and ranch lands
LAST MOUNTAIN VALLEY LANDS The
heart of the great wheat plains of
Saskatchewan, produced In 1M6, AM bush
el of wheat to the acre, (government re-
fiortj. We own thousands of acres of this
and, all personally selected. Write us
for maps, descriptive matter, etc., or, bet
ter still, send 15 cents lor our handflome
Illustrated souvenir and the 20th Century
Atlas of Canada. Wm. Pearson & Co.,
Ltd., m Northern Bank Blag., Winnipeg,
$40-acre farm, well Improved and only two
miiea irom gooa luwa town: amootiilv
rolling land; half in tame grass. $75 per
acre; encumbrance $8,ouO. Will trade
eoulty for clear city property, or stock
1 16g acieb finest kind of bottom land: no
overnow; iwo niyes irom town or z,tKio
people; every acre tillable; no buildings
(li per acre; encumbrance $6,0no. Will
trade equity for clear city property or
small atock of goods; or will tiade both
of these farms together for goods or
ciear ciiy property.
Write for full Particular.
LOVE St GRIMES. WOODBINE, IOWA
IZUJ Ad&ai A4
HOMEEEKKER8! Be careful. Locate
right. Investigate our famoua arteaian
' valley. Bur crops, matchless climate.
Let us write you. Miller James. Meade,
FOR SALE 640 acres of Improved farmln
tana in Banner county. Kebraska.
Terms: $5 per acre; $1,6U0 cash, balanoe
nine annual payments; per cent interest
"MI U Ul .1 V LM L'T T A f ' H I ' II V V I'll
CW) M826 28
IMPROVED farms In eastern Nebraaka
Harpy and Douglas counties. B. J. Over
.ton, uretna, rseo. () Mols
FOR 8ALE-8ectlon land. Kimball county
sou acres farm land, balance rolling; ft.50
acre, write ua aooui weaiern land. Jvlm
ball lAna CO., KJinball, Neb.
WRITE Townsend .Realty Co., Fremont,
iNeD. f arms ana lands ior sale or trade
lor clear town property or merchandise.
(20) M3u0 AJbX
20-acre farm one mile from city limits, on
center Bt. road, tt-room house, good barn,
milk house, well and windmill, fruit.
Beautiful location. Price, $6,ouo. This lit
a snap. See It now. D. V. tiholes Com
pany. 1V Board of Trade. Tel. Doug
laa 49. (20) M454 23
FOR SALE 7 quarter sections of land In
tirown county, b. u. ; win aen together
or separately. South Dakota- Western
Land Co., 2Ui-$ Toy Bldg., Sioux City, la.
(20) M446 A4
GILMORE REAL ESTATE CO.. 1419 Doug.
laa Bt., omana, rseD., pnone uougiaa 2bt,
general agents W. B. Soaah Land Co.,
owners of large tracts near Dalhart, Tex.,
the choicest In the Panhandle. Agent
wanted In every county. Next excursion
March 19. Sleeping car berths free. Call
or write tor full Information.
Send for map of Texas, showing new
railways ana location or rainous tjraios
Valley lands, the rlchrst grain bole
lands in the United States, and where
I bll ztarda are unknown. Price, $10.00 to
III. ou per acre, mustraten net rree.
HI LAND P. LOCKWOOD.
414, Ban Antonio, Tex.
(20) M69S A3
TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO LAND.
Have I'iim rare bargains in Texas and
New Mexico land, Xa to 17.50 an aero.
Oo and see for yourself; low railroad
rttea. For particulars address.
ROBERT C. DHL'ESKDOW,
$09 New York Life Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
THE BIO HORN BASIN OP-
PORTUNITY OF THE
The ONE TIME to get high-class, deeded
Irrigated farms at two-thirds of their
real value and on reasonable terms.
A few Irrigated farms on the National
Park road. Id miles from Cody. Wyo.,
and within walking distance of the gov
ernment's big reservoir. A fine place for
sunmmer home and an unequaled invest
ment proposition. We have the sale of
these farms In ISO-acre tracts or larger.
Nice emooth land, deep soil, all under
Irrigation. A No. 1 alfalfa ground. Whi-at
makes 50 buahela per acre, other grains
in like proportion. These farms ate for
sale at $.!5 per acre. Including a oei petual
water right and terms of $10 per sere
(i-ms of 110 tier icri
Tf you ever thought
a.ln.'thlns ' of It now
us. It Is the chsnce
aown, Dainnce easy,
of the Big Horn Ba
and come and see
of a lifetime. Next excursion April $
over Burlington route.
Stewart -Leavenworth Co.,
Sole Omaha Agents,
(19 N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Tel. Douglas 6X0.
(20) 865 27
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Fans aad Raaeb La ad.
FOR RENTV-e-acre tract of land In Ben
son (without house), suitable lor garden
ing or raising potatoes. Will teot till
January 1. liMi, (or Ua it taken Immedi
ately. Address U care Bee.
(2U (61 X
FARM FOR KENT.
Splendid farm, 11 acis, for rent six miles
from Omaha; poiuiesaion given at once.
Apply to H. a. Sturgeun, 440 Board of Trade
lilAg, Ouoaka, Neb. Tel. Douglas UiO.
rOH BENT 40 ACRES OF FARM LAND,
Willi HOUSE. BARN AND 8MA1.L
PASTURE, ABOUT ONE MILE SOUTH
THE PUTNAM CO.. $04 N. T. LIFE BLDG.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Farm mn4 Ranch I ad-Cotlaed.
1 ACRES miles from pooffire, on Cen-
ter Pt. road; 6-room house, burn, gran
ary $3 per acre.
UtUKUU & tu., iji rarnam ii
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$1,000,000. TO LOAN on bualneaa and resi
dence property in Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas lirennan. Room 1, N.
Y. Life. i22)-69
LOWEST RATES Bemls. Paxton Block.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Inveatment Co.
GARVIN BROS.. 1604 Farnam. I and $H
per cent loana on real estate; no demy.
PRIVATE MONEY F. D. Wead, 1520 Doug.
$1.09,000 TO I1AN on business and resi
dence property in Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas 13 re n nan. K. 1, N. Y.
WANTED City loans and waranta. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam at.
LOWEST BATES Bemls, Paxton Block.
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters A Co.
LOANB on Improved city property. W. IL
Thomas, 605 First rtatlonal lianK ninr.
BL'ILDINO l"ans on residence property; $
per cent W. B. Melkle. Kamge hik.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED Best house and lot that $2,600
cnRh or less can buy; state sue of house
nml lot, price and location. Address
E 91ft, Bee. (23) M440 80x
WANTED TO BORROW
WANT to borrow, $4,000, on first-class
business property; Income over $"'. Ad
dress II 921, Bee, (24) M451 29x
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED The following tinner's tools
second-hand: one 36 or 42-Inch squaring
ahears; one 30-lnch tin folder, 1 Inch sejim
and less; one medium sized thick edge
purring machine and stand: one No.
Waugh'a circle Bhears. 3 to 20-inch circle.
Address The York Novelty Mfg. Co., York
INeD. (2o) M331 2MC
CASH for old books. Stacy, 816 8. isth.
() Mtfl AOX
WANTED To buy. second-hand furniture.
cook and heating stoves, carpets, linole
ums. ofilC3 furniture, old clothes 4nd
shoes, pianos, feathers, bed pillows, quilts
and all kinds of tools; or win buy the fur
niture of your house complete. WIlLouy
antique or mahogany furniture. The high
est prices paid. Call the right man. Tel.
Doug. 3S7L (26)-0 A17
CASH paid for old books. Crsne-Foye Co.,
an b. i4in. fhone Douglas isa.
I WANT to buy flats close In. Must be
new and cheap. State location and price
in first letter. Address K 923. care Bee.
(26) M462 SO
I WANT to buy a barber shop. Olve full
particulars in nrsl letter. Adnress
care Bee. (25) M 457 A3
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Room a
tad board by young man
in private faml
1101 Park Ave.
n private family ;llaiincoiii park vicinity,
(24) 245 30
WANTED To rent small house, within ten
blocks either way from 40th and Hamll
ton Bia. Aaaresa F vou, care uee.
(2liJ M300 Al
WANTED Bv 1st of Mav. aood 9 or 10
room house in vicinity of Hanscom park,
Address K-906, care Bee. (26) M32 A2X
WANTED Between ADrll 10th and loth
. or 7-roorn midvrn house. Address N 909,
Bee, (ZB) s ztsx
WANTED To rent by man and wife,
6 to 7-room. modern house. In good loea
tlon, furnished or unfurnished: furnished
preferred. P. H. Johnson, Dept Mgr
Ha den Bros. (26) M373 23
DAT WOMEN furnished frea of charge.
Telephone Douglas 1UA. U')-Mo
YOUNO man desires position evenings, 6 to
11, as stock, cash or record clerk, cashier
or bookkeeper; excellent references; quick,
uccurale, reliable. Address 11 w. uee.
(27) 811 27X
WANTED Position as saleslady; compe
tent to take charge of any departmen
Address 718 S. :'i)th St. (27 3&S 28
SITUATION WANTED By strictly first
class bukcr. Neat and sober, 15 years'
experience. Married. 11. Smith. 1K.3 t
St (K)-370 ax
PROPOSAL8 FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES
Department of the Interior, omce of in
dian Affairs. Washington, D. C, February
10, 1907. bealed proposal, plainly marked
on the outside of the envelope, 'Proposals
for Rubber (ioods. Boots and Shoes, etc.,
as the case may be, and addressed to the
"Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washing
ton, D. C" will be received at the Indian
ofllce until 1 o'clock p. m. of ThurBdny,
April 11. 1907, and then opened, for furnlxh
lng the Indian service with rubber goods,
boots and allocs, hardware and medical
supplies. Scaled proposals, plainly marked
on the outaldu of the envelope, "Proposals
for Enameled Ware, Furniture," etc., as
the case may be, and addressed to the
"Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washing
ton. D. C," will be received at tl.e Indian
office until 2 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday,
April 16, la07, and then opened, for furnish
ing the Indian service with enameled ware,
lumps, furniture, bedding, stoves, agricul
tural Implements, paints, oils, glnns, tin
ware, wagons, harnexs, leather, shoe find
ings, saddlery, etc., school supplies, and a
long list of miscellaneous articles. Bids
must be made out on government blanks.
Schedules giving all necessary Information
fur bidders will be furnished on application
to the Indian olflce. Washington. D. C;
the U. S. Indian warehouses at New York
City, Chicago. III.; St. I.ouls, Mo., snd
Omaha, Neb. The department reserves the
right to reject any and all bids, or any part
of any bid. F. E. LEL'PP, Commissioner.
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER.
master. Fort Robinson. Nebraska, Feb
ruary -8. 1!W7. Seuled proposals. In tripli
cate, subject to the usual conditions, will
be received here until 11' m., western stan
dard time, March 30, lbo7, for the con
struction, proper, of one set field ofllcers'
quarters, two double sets captains' quar
ters, one double set lieutenants' quar
ters, one ten-set bachelors officers' quar
tern, two double cavalry barracks, two
double staUle guard and shop bulldinga,
fuur cavalry stables and one veterinary
stable at Fort Robinson, Nebraaka. Bid
ders are required to suumu wun me
' Proposals samples of the bricks they pr
I " 'r'n , l!,.d-bacB-
frloes for each different kind. Plans mi
ders are required to submit with their
be seen In ollice of chief quartermaster,
Denver, Colo., and In office of the con
structing quartermaster, Fort Iavin
worth. Kan. Full Information furniahed
upon application to this office. Proposals
to be marked "Proposals for Construction
of New Bulldinga." and addressed to the
undersigned. Captain Leon S. Boudiex,
V. 8. MILTART PRISON. FORT LEA V
envrorth, Kan., March 26. 1907. Sealed pro
posals for furnishing wood, coal, charcoal,
forage. straw and mln-rol oil, required
here during year commencing July 1. 1K07,
will be received until 10 a. m. Apill 25,
19u7, and then publicly opened. Information
furnished on application. Envelopes should
be Indorsed, "Proposals for Fuel and For
age" and addresed. Captain C A. Martin,
Q, M. M3-!7-S-29-Aa-24
ALLAN LIME OCEAN STEAMSHIPS
UVWPOOU GLASGOW, LONDON, HAVK1
N. alatm.r YlrTURIAN and VIKQ1MAM,
tr1pl-lcra lurbln. sod Tl N181A.N, Cult'
SICAN snd IONIAN, twlo-arrtw. R.m.mber, sur
Hlllufi sr Wklr from MoNTHEAU puaUi dowa
lum pictunMqua st. Lawrac kir sr darliabt.
Aceomoifxl.UutM unaurp.aMd- Hum: Saloou lou.OS
and upwarda. aacood vabiu $40.u0 an4 upwarda. Oua
tlmm (1Mb Bia.ru.ra. iu o aad apvarda.
A CUldfANY. 114 Jatkaoa kvttl., Chloag.
PARR SITE DEAL FATAL BLOW
Recent Transaction Knockout to AnU
Herder in kftn Flaoe.
SENTIMENT FOR ONE CITY IS GROWING
Passaae of the Lee Bill Tends to In
crease Faith In Carrying the
Proposition at the
With the passage by the legislature of
Representative Lee s consolidation bill each
Ide to the controversy In South Omaha
akea occasion to express satisfaction. A
small delegation of the antl-annexationlsts
was In Lincoln Tuesday to keep watch ot
proceedings and It has returned rather
Jubilant over the final form of the bill.
This bill, aa known, submits the proposi
tion to a vote of the people of South Omaha
and Omaha on demand of ten per cent of
the voters by petition. Morgan Heafey,
one of the antl-annexationlsts, said:
That is what we want We will defeat
the proposition In an election." .
On the opposite aide I here was . quite as
much assurance expressed. One man said:
It Is plain to me that South Omaha will
be ready for annexation within two years.
The sentiment Is equally divided at present.
All It needs Is for the people to watch the
way things are going at present in city
affairs to bring them to a decision. I
would permit my name to appear if I were
not connected with a business whose -policy
has been opposed to annexation. I de
clared at the close of the last municipal
campaign that this would be the last set of
olficlals the city would elect. I believe It
more than ever now."
C. E. Scarr said the vote of annexation
will be a large one.
I am here to say that It will be formid
able enough to make those who are op
posed to the measure hustle for all they
are worth. They do not want to go to
3. J. Breen said:
"A great dissatisfaction prevails at pres
ent In South Omaha. I believe It would be
unsafe to submit the matter to a vote, If
the Identity of the city were to be pre
served. The eastsidera and the westslders
are all In favor of annexation. The laat
park site deal has made numerous votes
A. C. Pancoast said the liquor element
was now on the point of raising a tangible
objection to longer existence of South
Fre Flonr for Chinese,
new YORK. March 27. Through an ap
peal of the Christian Herald to E. H. liar,
rlman, president of the Union Pacific, and
Marvin HiMihltt nresldent of the Chicago
& Northwestern, a consltcnment of 1,000 tons
of flour purchased In Mlnneapolla for the
Chinese famine sufferers will be trans
ported to San Francisco without charge to
the relief fund. When Mr. Harrlman and
Mr. Huhsltt were aun led to they an
nounced that they would donate the
IN PRIZES . TO
' THOSE WHO GUESS
WILL BE SOLD THIS
Every Lanpher Hat Dealer will give
you free a blank to make your guess
you pay nothing and are aaked to buy
NOTICE-NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN
that the Keith and Lincoln counties Irrl
gallon District will receive sealed proposals
for the purchase of tha sixty-six hundred
($6,600.00) dollars remaining of the bond Is
sue of said district up to the hour of ten
o'clock a. m. on April second, 1907, at the
ofllce of the secretary of the Irrigation Die
trict in tne village or butneriand: in LAn
coin County. Nebiaska. Said bonds are In
the denominations of one hundred t$10o.0o)
dollars each and bear Interest at the rate
of six percentum per annum payable semi
annually on the Aral days of March and
September oi each and every year begin
nlug with the first day of September, 1906.
ihese Donas are or tnree series and ten o
them are due on the first day of March,
11)17; thirty-nine of them due on the first
day of March, 1X.S; seventeen of them are
due on the first day of March. 1V20. The
sealed proposals may be for the whole of
said bonds or tor any portion thereof, and
such bids will be opened Immediately after
the hour ot ten o'clock a. m. on the said
second day of April, li07. Tha board re.
serves the right to reject any and all bids.
Dated this eighth day of March, 1907.
JAMES 6HOUP. Secretary.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Elijah Brown to Amel L. Zwlebel,
sou nw, Sl-16-10 $ 8,000
B. I. Dupont de Nemours Powder Co.
to E. 1. Dupont de Nemours Powder
Co., part l-lS-ia
Viola M. and Alioe K. Hopkins to
Uottlub Lena, north 26 feet, south
60 feet, north loo feet lots i and 9.
block 1, Jetter's add. South Omaha..
Frank .11. Parsons to E. E. Koecheg
and wife, lot 6, Campbell s sub
Daniel C. Callahan to Jennie Calla
han, north SO feet lota 1 and $ and
lot 3, block 12, Omaha View
Uurgaiol B. Brown to C. J. Balrd,
lots 9 and 10, block "I," Lowe's add.,
Robert O. Fink, county treasurer, to
Benjamin Davis, lots 9 and 10, block
"I." Lcwe's add
Ribert O. Fink, county treasurer, to
Char l- John llarmes, lot 89, block
11. Orchard Hill
Ri bert O. Fink, county treasurer, to
Security Investment Co., lots 7, la,
16 and 18, block 433, Grand view
Ribert O. Fink, courtfy treasurer, to
Patterson ljinu Co.. lots H. IS, W,
20 and 31. block 2, Hlinebaugh and
Robert O. Fink, county treasurer, to
Security investment Co., lots 1, 2,
8 and 6, block 2, and lot 19, block 16,
Saunders and Himebaugh'a Highland
Robert O. Fink, county treasurer, to
Frank B. Bryant, lot 8, bkek 5.
Robert O. Fink, county treasurer, to
Thomas A. Crelgh, trustee, lot 68,
William C. Kuehn and wife to Ellen
A. McNamara, aouth H lot ft, block
12. b null second add
Fred D. Wead and wife to Mary and
Ellen Crotty. west 4 lot 9, block
4, Shlnn s add
Cynthia F. Allen to Luclla Allen, lot
IX block 11. Hanacom Place $.660
Ignac Perlna and wile to John
Rybenaky, north Vs lot T, block 11,
Brown Park, South Omaha
Fred Tex and wife to Michael The 1 1
and wife, part iwl, nwv. section
William R. Anthony and wife to
Michael Thell and wife, lota 21, 23
and 23. Spring Valley add
Cheoley D. Layton and wife to Isabella
lluruesty, block 8. Latylon's add.
C. D. Layton to Isabella Hardesty,
lot 2, l-ai ton's add. South Omaha...
The Westland Realty Co. to Amanda
U. Smith. M 4, Parkland Plac....
Mike Thell and wife to William R.
Anthony, lot 9 snd north lot 10,
Spring Valley add. and other lots...
John W McDonald, sherlfT. to Hugh
McCaffrey, lots 4, 9 and 10, block 1,
Windsor Terrace and other lots....
You cannot hve healthy chil
dren by improper feeding. Let
them be reared on good, healthy,
nourishing food like
WHEAT FLAKE CEIXIIY
to make them a nation of phys
ical and mental workers. Its the
best food for growing children,
the feeble and the aged.
10 ctnts a package.
For islt by all Groeei
NEBRASKA FR0M DAY TO DAY
Ctaalait aad Cartons Features at Ufa
la a Mapldly Growing?
Bo far Wall street flurry haa had no
effect on Nebraska securities, Otoe county
selling 8? per cent bonds to the stats
school fund at par.
Commercial travelers who expect to
build a new theater In Hastings are tak
ing the 20,000 population movement as seri
ously as do the preachers.
A package of money stolen from the
Butte postofflce last year was found In a
woodshed last week. The thief was evi
dently more scared than converted.
The Orand Island Independent notes tha
fact that In 1S71 -the local Immigration
society was organised. In those days Hall
county was considered the "corn limit" In
Scott's Bluff potato raisers ar.e going
ahead with preparations for a new crop
In a way which demonstrates that western
Nebraska no longer fears the prestige of
the Colorado product.
Is Charlie an Expert? And now comes
Charlie Pool and says: "The much talked
of 'hugless waits' would be about as popu
lar as a 'beerlees lunch' at a Dutoh picnic"
How does Mr. Pool knowT
Editor In Training The Enterprise man
took advantage of the J-cent rate and went
to Merna on 48 last Saturday, expecting to
take 42 for Broken Bow, and soon learned
that It would not be In Merna until 10
o'clock, when he concluded he had no bus
iness In Broken Bow that time of night
and took shanks' team and reached An
selmo In two hours. He Is the champion
walker of this precinct. Ansclmo Corre
spondent Broken Bow Chief.
Charles Cleveland was exhibiting what
might be called a freak of nature last Sat
urday. It was a kernel of corn with two
well developed and thrifty looking sprouts
about a half lnoh long, the root being about
two and a half Inches long. Mr. Cleveland
found It In his seed corn testing box. There
were other grains from the same ear, but
none of them bore two sprouts. Hs has
tested a great deal of corn and this Is the
first "twin" he ever found. Crelghton Cor.
respondent Bloomfleld Monitor.
Business at Sweetwater How Is this for
Sweetwater T . Mr. Andrew Hoffgaard In
forms us there was shipped from that
point a car of cattle and. a. car of flour
and feed on Sunday, two cars of cattle ni
one of hogs on Monday, four cars of csttle
on Tuesday and four cars of grain during
the latter part of the wek thirteen cars
of outgoing freight In one week. The
Sweetwater people are keeping tab on the
amount of business In and out of that
place In order to reinforce their demands
for a depot and better facilities for ship
ping. Ravenna Correspondent Kearney
Hunting In Haokberry Osceola has a few
nlmrods who have written their names
with an Indelible pencil on the history of
the state of Hackberry and also made a
few footprints on the sands of time In the
vicinity of Will Mickey's homestead. Hav
ing heard that Hackberry Is rich In coon
and other fur bearing animals the first
squad of the first platoon of the horns
guards went forth to Investigate. Colonel
West, recently of Shelby had command of
the squad, which consisted of Jule Ludden,
Jimmy Farrla and the two Foxes, Frank
and Burrell. They marched In column of
fours, route step, until they arrived In tha
coon country, when the practiced eyes of
Colonel West soon discovered a flock ot
coon trscks leading to the base of a large
tree at the top of which was a bole where
the coons played hide-and-seek with tha
hunter. A council of twar decided that
Colonel West should ascend the tree and
smoke the coons out, but owing to atmos
pheric conditions which prevail at regular
Intervals in Hackberry It was found that
smoke wouldn't travel downward. At this
Juncture Colonel West conceived a strat
agem the like of which was scarcely
equalled by the crafty Ulysses In his de
vice of a wooden horse by the use of which
the Greeks captured Troy, nor by any
other wooden device which tha wooden
heads have evolved all down through tha
ages. He took- off his hunting blouse,
which Is a three-quarter cross between a
gunny trick and a yellow Journal, and tied
the neck of It shut and stretched It across
the hole, and then by blowing a few whiffs
of cigar smoke In below he bagged the
whole bevy of coons. Imagine the con
sternation that prevailed the next moment
when the sack was opened snd found to
contain a few timber squirrels and a passel
of bats. P. B. These returns are not offi
cial. Osceola Record.
FATAL DYNAMITE EXPLOSION
Shipped ae "Pereneelon Caps," Bxplaw
alve Takes Lives ot Th'ee
ATLANTA, Ga., March 27. As the resur
ot the explosion of eight cans of dynamite
In a freight car standing near the South
ern railway freight depot on Peters street
today, two negroes were killed, one was
fatally Injured and several other persons,
whites and negroes, were more or less
WILLIAM SMITH. '
Walter Pullen, white; head out.
Pink Moore, negro; eyes blowu out; will
The car in which the dynamite was lo
cated was demolished, three other freight
cara were wrecked and considerable dam
age was dons to tha freight depot. The
dynamite Is reported to have been shipped
from the Dupont Powder company to Its
branch In Atlanta and was declared to
have been shipped aa "perousslon caps."
Tha cause of tha explosion has not been
fixed. It is said to have followed the open
ing of the car.
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