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'nm 0MA1IA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1007.
OFFERED FOR SALE
HA IX' 8 safe, new, 2d-hand, UU Farnam.
PFmNn.H ATtfn at'TOMOmLF.S).
r Thomft Fiver. 40-H -P., full equipment;
coot V.7S0, now t)0.
If" Top Toledo, Type 7. tt and fu"
equipment; coat IS.7TiO. niw tl.ttfO.
1 Ito, used f" mll; cost Sl.ifA, now ll.nrta.
IK Rrt, toy and full equipment; cot 11,160,
now lion. '
t-XH Whit Steamer; coet t?.W), now 170.
1: Ford. 16-H.-P.; coet 11.150, now I70O.
t'one-VVaverlr Kleolrlc rnnahouts. 1400 tip.
IJER1GIIT AVTOMOPII.R COMPANt.
1818 Farnam 8L
FOR SALE Two National cssh rejtslera
one trial nd-ler; alio nicy line cf Wore
fixtures, f J lobe Land and Investment r,
Patterson Clock. O)-50
BEND us your msh order for drugs;
freight paid on 110 lota. Myers-DIUoo
brutf Co.. Omaha. (16)47
fFBW bargains in M-hsnd sods fountain;
1 monthly payments. Derlght, 1818 Farnam.
rrt BAT.E-Collectlor; of fine old violin,
. including 4 else Viola and 'Cello. Violin
Btudlo. 1U vvunneu cuuuing.
BHERWIN WILLIAMS CO., beet mixed
paint Sherman McConnell Drug Co.
FOR BALK Old atyle mahogany dreaier
two gentleman's wheels; go-cart for
twlna. 107 N. 12th Bt
(16 M242 SO
OARDEN and field seeds, fruit packages.
be keepers' guppllea. Younkerman Bed
, Co.; Council bluffs, la. Ur 28
8NAP Rldpath's Hlxtory of the World. I
volume ; lowest pric on any encyclo
pedia; monthly paymenta. Western News.
paper Ass'n, Ml Paxton Blk.. Omaha.
TWO-HORSEPOWER, BOO volta. Thomp-aon-Houeton
motor, good as new, cheap.
1620 Capitol Ave. (16) 419 29
FOR BALIS Jfciby carriage In flrst-o'ass
: condition; ruhbT tires and removable
hood. 112 North 26th St. (16)-M7 9x
FINE Singer sewing machine, cheap. 41R
N. 2Hd fit. (16I-W4 Al
A CLEAN M.000 stock of general mer
chandise at S6 cents on the. dollar; line
location; will bare closest Inspection;
owner moving away. Address Y 76, care
Omaha Bee. ! 571
. COAL Hood burning; 2 baskets Sic; 6 for II,
' delivered. Rosenblatt. Phone Dong. 412.
AUTOMOBILE- to trade for horses; a White
I steamer touring car. In good, first class
condition. Write me. W. 8. Balduff, 1520
'. .Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
p (16)-MG66 A4
THREE Becond-hnrd toot chests and I
coaster brake bicycles, cheap. 108 N. 16th
.Bt, (16)-62S A8x
STOT machines, all kinds; also silver plnt
Tiig and picture machine. Jarl, 712 S. 16th.
... (16) MR32 ASOX
MfLI.ET SEED. A. W. Wagner, m N. Tth.
. Larson Co., book free. Be Bldg.
D.-O. BA RNELL. patent attorney and ma
chine dosigner. Faxton Blk. Tel. Red 7117.
17) l.s3 All
CTTY STEAM LAUNDRY Shirts pressed,
not Ironed- 111 8. 111b 81 Tel. Doug. 264.
. (18) 964
BEWINO machine rented, any make, 76o
per week or 12.00 par month. Second
hand machine for sale, 16 00 and tip.
' Neb. Cycle Co., 16th and Harney
11 A "QUE costume. Lleben. Tel. 4115. Open
evenings. (18) 964
, BYRINQES. rubber goods, by mall: out
. , prices; send for free catalogue. Myers
, Dillon Drug (Co., Omaha. (Is) 066
P L E AT I N G Buiisn
Dyeing and cleaning, sponging and shrink
ing, only o par yard. Send for prtco list
k.ua atuupitt. v .
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
40 Doogla Block. Tel. Douglas 1936.
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME- Mr.
- Dr. King. 2018 N. Hat St. Tel. Doug. 9.
( A A (If. Swedish movement 410 N,
iVl ftDOA4JJJmh room j, ,eC0nd floor.
(18) M487 AS
CHE SALVATION ARMY solicit caatoff
clothing; In fact, anything you do not
needt w collect, repair and sell, at 114 N,
Lth St., for cost of collecting, to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phone Doug. 4135 and
wagon wui nati. uu) au
LACE curtain nicely laundered, satisfac
tion guaranteed; prt-oea moderate. Phone
Douglas 4tuS. 1711 Jackson. (18) 26a 30
Xf A nVTSYTTf! treatment and bath. lim.
JU&.U.riAlt-iBmlUlUgN,16U,i M floor.
.ARB you going to New TorkT I can save
you 10 per cent on your hotel bill at a first
cUls downtown hotel. Addrass N-Jos, Bee.
RUPTURE CURED-U0: no knife. QuIcU
, Cur Ruptur Co,, Woodmen of the World
Duiiaing. u Mi1 mi
FOR anything In the sewing machine line
go lo f. m. irioaman 4k to., lbi cap; Ave.
(U 144 All
titammerera injrututa. Ramg
JOtTM DNB IU IN TOW7C!
kA.?row I the time to trim trees, trellises and
(trap vine; also lanaecape garaening,
Jt Tel. Rfl bi. . Re. 1101 S. 26th Ave.
BYRON WATSON Five letter received.
- Have written a Instructed. A. W.
C18 M43T Six
PENNELL Millinery Co., KJ N. 16th St.
k (18) 7 June 38
THE healing household remedy, Satin skin
cream, srould always be fumdy. Sbc U
REAL ESTATE '
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
South Side Property
la a specialty with us, and
therefor having a big demand
for It w are forced to publish
thl request to thow willing to
ell to list their property wit
, BERKA& CO.,
Phone Douglas 7497.
938 N. Y. Lif.
rvn SAiE-tm um Maple St. atrletlv
,..H.i'ri 1 ... hnii.u t..ll
unrn. uua utuca, norm or tisnicm park
pived street, east froiit. lot 76xli0. kast
win wwnci iii mrn ! a. oargain
THOMAS lilt K.N N AN.
Rooiu 1 N. I. U Bldg
S frame hauaa on Mth street
near Leavenworth St.. city
water, gas, lot 60x148 ft., gross
annual rental 176.
QEOUOB CCW, U01 Fa-nim Ft.
V laundry, paved street, near three car
V !,!n!! inu"VJ; l ol8!"- 517 Hoard of
y . rMd Tel- Ioua'a 8-S. U!)-6M
Vf FOR HALE Two modern honsea i
CITT PBOPRltTV FOR S4I.R.
tS.800 For 44 feet, eonth front, on Fsrnam
atreet near Powell aarage. i neapest
lot east of I4th etrret on Farnam.
I4.25-1t1SJ B. front -on Capitol Are. and
l-rom house, renting for 1 2a per
K.onO-44inj next t corner of 14h and Dav
enport Bts., only 66 feet from new N.
W. freight depot. Cheapest closa In
property on the market.
HH.ftfA-pix stores and four flat at !9th and
Ksrnam Bts. and cottage on 2!th, 116
feet on Farnam by lLm on 2th. Al
ways rented at 12. 4M per year.
J14.0H0 P"ven stores and living rooms above
et iTth and St. Mary s, Ave. Monthly
See us at once about this.
I3S.10D We offer for the first time the BIJou
theater. Monthly rentals 11 besides
N. P. DODGE & CO.,,
1714 Farnam St
6-room cottage, city water
and gaa, 2411 N. 17th St.,
southwest corner 17th and
2611 Bristol St., all modern
6-room cottage, and full lot 60x
13 feet; nice shade trees, and
hear 24th car line; fronts south. ,
on paved street.
GEORGE ft CO.,
1601 Farnam St,
(1) M648 SO
LANDS ACRES AND CITY PROPERTY.
About 10,000 acres of land .near North
Platte 14 per acre.
Large frontage on North Sixteenth St.,
near Burt; Improved IjSO.ww.
Trackage and North Sixteenth frontag
Forty-four feet on Farnam St., near Twen-
Two lots corner Thlrty-lxth and Dodge
fits. only I2,0u0.
Forty-four feet on South Tenth St., near
Full corner lot, diagonally opposite new
Northwestern freight station 16,0u0.
South Omaha Pull lot on Twenty-fourth
St., near L 13.000.
Florence Block of twenty lots 11,500.
Five acres northeast of Benson II, 160.
Acres near Smith Omaha Won and 1260.
HENRY F. WYMAN,
1003 NEW YOHIC LIFE BLDQ.
U) M4bS iU
At a bargain. One of the
neatest 6-room house on th
market, with bath room,
good bedrooms,, with' closet, ,
electric light and gaa, ce
mented basement and cement
walks; fine porch, with ston
post; almost new and occu-
pled by owner. .. ..
McMENEMY & RLKER,
406 Bee Bldg.
TeL Doug. SIX
LIST your property for sale
r exchange with" 'MoMenemy ?
Rlker. 406 Be Bldg. Tel. "
' - 1 2S
FOR THIS WEEK
P. mod. house, good repair, near Bemla
Park, 12,800.00; eisy term.
I-R. mod. house, paved street and walks.
good repair, 2,600.oo; easy terms.
7-R. house, city water, cistern, gas, perma
nent walks, 1621 bo. 22a bt.. pargain.
B-R. house, I lots, city water, gaa.
Sahler St.; 11.260.00; easv terms.
J. n. FARROTTE
634 Paxton Blk.
(19) M254 SO
711 SO. 17th STREET
T-room house, bath, hot water heat. Just
north of Leavenworth. Oround worth
the money. S3. 2-0.
THE BYRON REED CO.
PHONE DOUQ. 297. 212 SO. 14 ST,
5, 10 OR 15 ACRES
In fruit at 1360 per acre., west of city, near
Phone Douglas 1204. 617 N. Y, Life,
(19) 20 81
BRirK BUSINESS CORNER. ANNUAL
RENTAL OF 14,000; WILL NET 12 PER
CENT. 18,000 casn, balance irom rental
low rat interest.
232 Neville Block.
(14)) M3II Al
FARNAM ST. PROPERTY
Fult-lzed business lot, 66x133 to twenty
foot alley, on north aide Farnam. east of
Mth; Improved with three three-story brick
flats, paying a fair return on th invest
ment. Has a future, we think. Can offer
It for a short time at 121,000.
Harrison & Morton
; ' oso ks
BARGAIN IN COTTAGE
S81I Parker St., t rooms, city water, full
W. T. GRAHAM, BEE BLDO.
a) i a
On of th best lots in Dundee for 1700.00.
J. II. PARROTTE
IS4 Paxton Blk.
(19) MISS SO
For an S room modem home
near the Convent on 80th und
Burt Sts , and it is a bargain.
Lot SoxllS. nice shade trees.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO,
1001 N. Y. Life Bid
SJ.OOO for house. T rooms, nearly new, in
Kouiilae Place: every convenience.
12,K). new cottage, 6 rooms and bath, fine
baarment, with hot and cold water; ism
S-'.tmo. new house, modern, I room; will
be nnlslied in month.
l,'i for house, i room, city water, 381
3,ooj (or brick house, 9 rooms, cak finish
and modern, 1514 N. 19(h.
W. T. OKA HAM. BKE BLDO.
PIECE TO PLAT
Twenty acres, between 86th and 40th Bt.
saui n of Omaha Heights. W ill make 1j0
guoa lots. ew minutes walk to car I re.
The nearest acre tract in the murkt
and a great bargain at $.). Must be
taken al once. .
W. T. GRAHAM. LEE Il.DO.
' REAL ESTATE
CITT PROPERTY FOR ALB
THE KERR ABBTR ACT CO '8 AB
STRACTS OF TITLES are the safest.
You ere protected by a f is.oeo bond aralnst
loss by error. You don t buv a law stilt
when you buy a "Kerr" abstract. 1614
Harney; Tel. Doualas MJ7. (11)
FARM AXR RANCH UKD4 FOR f ALB
TOO ACRES ON" ARS1NIBOINR RIVER 2
miles west of Winnipeg. Thl Is a very
choice portion of land; mostly open level
prairie, well drained, deep black loam on
clay subsoil, within 1H miles main line
Canadian Northern railway, main line
Orand Trunk railway will be constructed
this year through this land; good timber
on the river front of this property and 76
acrea or good hs.y meadow. This Is a
snap at US per acre, on easy terms. Wm.
Pearson Ac Co., Ltd., l-ft Northern Rank
Bldg., Winnipeg, Canada. (20)
LATE9ST and moat up-to-date land and rail
way map of weatern Canada; send 10
cents In stamp to the publishers. 1
Kennedy Block, Portage Ave., Winnipeg,
jtianuooa.. KAi) .M t n
140-acr farm, well Improved and only two
mile from good Iowa town; smoothly
rolling land; half in tame gras. 1 76 per
acre; encumbrance 18,000. Will trade
equity for clear city property, or stock
lbu acres nnest kina of hottom land: no
overflow; two mUea from town of 2,6(4)
feopie; every acre tuiaoie; no Dulldings.
76 per acre; encumbrance ls.000. will
trade equity for clear city property or
mall stock of goods; or will trade both
of these farms together tor good or
ciear cuy property.
Writ for full particular.
LOVE OR1MK3. WOODBINE, IOWA.
(30) MS28 A4
HOMESEEKERS! Be careful. Locate
r.'Kfit. investigate our famous artesian
vaney. Dure crops, matchless climate.
Let us writ you. Miller & James, Meade,
ivan. uu; Af
IMPROVED farms In eastern Nebraska;
earpy ana uougias counties, a. j. over
ton, Gretna, Neb. (20) M878
FOR SALE Section land. Kimball county,
all level, tillable and cloae In; price $6.60
per aero, casn, Balance y years at
s per cent, ivimoaii Land Co., Kimball,
eo. (20) M330 Alx
WRITE Townsend Realtr Co.. Fremont.
iteu. r arms tuiu lanai ror sate or iracie
lor ciear town property or merchandise,
(30) MJoO AJdX
FOR S ALIO 7 quarter sections of land In
Brown county, a. L. ; will sell together
or separately, uoutn Dakota-western
Land Co., 207-1 Toy Bldg., Sioux City, la.
. (20) M44S A4
714-ACRB stock and grain farm, near Fair?
fax, S. D. Price, 120,000. Owner will con
sider an eastern Nebraska or Iowa farm
a part payment if rightly priced.
W. & FRANK.
.421 Neville Blk., Omaha.
(20) M658 U
OILMORE REAL ESTATE CO.. 1419 Doug
las Bt., umana, jscd., 'f none uougias ,
general agent w. u. eoasn Lana io.(
owuer of large tracts near Dal hart. Tex.
the choicest In the Panhandle. Agent
wanted In every county. Next excursion
March 19. ' Bleeping car berth free. Call
or writ lor xuii inrormation..
.... . . C-MS7I
Eend for map of Texas, showing nw
railway and location or famous Braso
Valley lands, the richest grain bcl
lands In the United Statea. and where
blizzards are unknown. - Price, 110.00 to
1S. 00 per acre. Illustrated list free.
HI LAND P. LOCKWOOD.
486. San Antonio. Tex.
(20) M6SS A3
TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO LAND.
Have some rare bargains in Texaa an
Mew Mexico tana. v to S7.au an aero
Go and see for yourself; low railroad
rites, for particulars aaaress.
ROBERT C. DRUESEDOW,
S09 New York Life Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
Irrigated farms, 88 miles from Yellowstone
Rational parK, on park road. First-clans
oil; 136 per acre, with perpetual water
nirni. Easy term.
619 N. Y. Life. Omaha.
FOR SALE 500 farms, stock ranche
Kansas, Missouri or Texas. Before yo
buy. sell or exchange write for our Us
giving full description, location and
price. We can suit you in quantity.
quality and price., tr. H. Humphrey,
Fort Scott. Kansas. (20) M606 II
80-acre farm one mile from city limits; on
Center Bt. roan, e-room nouse, good hern,
milk house, well and windmill, fruit.
Beautiful location. Price, 16,000. This Is
snap. See tt now. r. V. Sholes Corn-
no Hoaru 01 TTaae. Tel. Dougr
" (30) M7 30
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
and Raneh Land.
FOR RENTV-6-cr tract of land In Ben
son (without house), suitable for garden
ing -or raising potatoes. Will rent till
January 1, 16, for I2v if taken immedi
ately. Address K 338, car Be.
(2D 468 X
FARM FOR RENT.
Splendid farm, 211 acres, for rent, six miles
from, Omaha; possession given at once.
Apply to H. S. Sturgeon, 440 Board of Trade
Bldg., Omaha, Neb. Tel. Douglas 1610.
146 ACRES one mil north of Florence.
,-Three-room house, well, windmill, watnr
in house, large barn. About 60 acre un
der cultivation. Also good pasture.
Rental, filS per annum.
, N. P. DODGE & CO., 1714 FARNAM ST.
FOR RENT 40 ACRES OF FARM LAND,
WITH HOUSE, BARN AND SMALL
PASTURE, ABOUT ONE MILE SOUTH
THE PUTNAM CO.. 604 N. Y. LIFE BI.DO.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
11.000,000 TO LOAN on bualneaa and real
denoe property In Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thorns Brennan, Kuom 1. N.
T. Lit. (32) 669
LOWEST RATES Bemla. Paxton Block.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
PRIVATE MONEY F, D. Wead. 1520 Doug.
. . (22)-72
GARVIN BROS.. I6O4 Farnam. I and SVt,
per vut loans on real ttate; no delay.
Sl.AuO.OOO TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest rates:
no delay. Thomas Brrnnan. R. 1. N. If.
WANTED City loans and warants. W.
Farnam Smith It Co.. 13t) Farnam St.
LOWEST RATES Bemla, Paxton Block.
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters Co.,
LOANS on- Improved city property.
Thomas. SOS First N
aiional Bank Bldg.
BUILDING loans on residence property; I
per cent. W. B. Melkle. Ramge Blk.
LTNTON LOAN & INV. CQL"
LOANS ON REAL ESTATE
at 4JS and I per mat
'Phone no. 2904
Real estate loans
FOR SALn-OIlt edge farm loans, lands
uniter ditch and reservoir to net Investor
I to 7 per cent; twenty years loaning ex-
Ferienee; reference furnished. H. ' N.
Jnebaiger, cashier First National bank,
juleetiurg, Colo. (22) M0 II
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED Rest house and lot that 11.600
rash or less can buy; state sis of house
and lot. price and location. Address
E Pee. (29) M 440 lf,x
WANTED TO BUY
CASH for old books. Stacy, 816 S. 18th.
WANTED To buy, second-hand furniture.
cook ana heating stove, carpet, linole
ums, offlra furniture, old clothes and
shoes, pianos, feathers, bed pillows, quilts
and all kinds of tools; or will buy the fur
niture of your house complete. Will buy
antique or mahogany furniture. The high
est prices paid. Call the right man. Tel.
Doug. 8971. (26)-fl60 A17
CASH paid for old books. Crre-Foy Co.,
sis rs i4ii. i con uougia 1x21.
WANT to buy flats close in. Must b
new and cheap. State location and price
In first letter. Address K 9.13. care Ree.
(26) M462 30
I WANT to buy a barber shop. Give full
particulars in nrst letter. Aciareis j-s-s,
car Bee. (26) M467 A3
WANTED TO BUT A good 6 or 7 room
movable house. Call 2621 Blnney street.
' (25) M52 81 X
WANTED TO BUY Four or five work
horses, weight about 1.2O0 lbs. J. I,
Kemp, 2612 Leavenworth St. 'Phone
Douglas m. (25) 607 ApS
WANTED, TO BUY Horse and Concord
buggy; will pay caah and part groceries
for same. Address N 10, Bee. -v
WANTED, to buy, driving horse, sound,
city broke. TeL Douglas lira or km m.
(25r- M641 A4x
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Room and board by young man
In private family; llanscom parx vicinity.
1101 Park Ave. (2J OA 30
WANTED To rent small house, within ten
blocks either way from 40tn ana tiamu
ton St. Address F 9u2, care Bee.
(26) M300 Al
WANTED Bv 1st of May. good 9 or 10
room house in vicinity or jiansoom parte.
Address K.-IMI, care aee. (;) kisjb aji
MAN and wife want two ar three furnished
rooms, housekeeping; distance no object;
state price, full particulars, or no en-
ewer. N 96, Bee. (20) Mow 81
DESK room !n Be or N. Y. L. Bldgs. Ad
dress O 927, car Bee. (26) 60S 31x
WANTED To rent, with expectation of
buying, good house for a home;, willing
to paySM to fo per month. Addrces D 1,
care Bee. (261613 81 x
WANTED Furnished room In private
family, between 26th and 40th, near Far
nam, by young man. Address L s, nee,
(2) M669 lx
WILL furnlsii nlce apartments for taking
cars of small building. J 6, care Ree.
(2) M631 lx
WANTED Two furnished or unfurnished
rooms; light housekeeping; mother and
son. Address M 9, Bee. (26) M670 lx
DAY WOMEN furnished free of charge.
'telephone uougia uu. (z) Mw
POSITION wanted by strictly flrt class
meat cutter, sober and reliable, capable
of taking charge. Address M 925, car
Be. (37) M593 31
POSITION a cashier by young lady of
expenenoa. Address f yzs, care nee.
(27) 1 A3x
WANTED Position by young man. college
education, good habits, seven years' cler
ical work In lobbing house; gilt-edg ref
erence. Address B za. care Hee.
WANTED Employment evenings. E 2, Be.
YOUNG married man, thoroughly comp.
tent bookkeeper and stenographer, desires
position with wholesale or manufacturing
firm; thoroughly competent. Address F
8, Bee. (27) Six
NOTICE-NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that th Keith and Lincoln counties Irrl
gatlon District will receive sealed proposals
for the purchase of the sixty-six hundred
($0,600.00) dollars remaining of the bond Is
sue of said district un to the hour of ten
o'clock a. m. on April second, 1907, at the
ofllce of the secretary of the Irrigation Dis
trict in the Village of Sutherlaud. In Lin
cold County, Nebraska. Said bonds are in
the denominations of one hundred ($100.00)
dollars each and bear Interest at the rata
of six percentum per annum payable semi
annually on the first -inys of March and
Beptember of each and every year begin
ning with the first day of September, 1906.
These bonds are of three series and ten of
them are due on th first day of March,
117; thirty-nine of them due on the first
day cf March, ISIS: seventeen of them are
due on the first day of March. I!i20. The
sealed proposal may be for the whole of
said bonds or for any portion thereof, and
such bids will be opened Immediately after
the hour of ten o'clock a. m. on the said
second day of April, 1907. The board re
serves the right to reject any and all bids.
Dated thla eighth day of March. 1907.
JAMES SHOUP, Secretary.
PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES
Deparunent of the Interior, Ofllce of In
dian Affairs. Washington, D. C. February
15, 1907. beaied proposals, plainly marked
on the outside of the envelope, "Proposals
for Rubber Goods, Boots and Shops," etc.,
as the case may be, and addressed to the
"Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washing
ton, D. C." will be received at the Indian
office until S o'clock p. m. of Thursday,
April 11, 1U07, and then opened, for furnisn
Ing the Indian service with rubber goods,
boots and shoes, hardware and medical
supplies. Sealed proposals, plainly marked
on the outside of the envelope, "Proposal
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 S o'clock p. in. of Tuesday,
April 16, 11)07, and then opened, for furnish
ing the Indian service with enameled ware,
lamps, furniture, bedding, stoves, agricul
tural Implements, paints, oils, glass, tin
ware, wagons, harness, 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 neressary Information
for bidders will be furnished on application
to the Indian office, Washington. D. C. ;
the U. 6. Indian warehouses at New York
City, Chicago, UL; St. 1-ouls, Mo., and
Omaha, Neb. The department reserves the
right to reject any and all bids, or any part
of any bid. F. E. LEU PP. Commissioner.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha. Nebraska. March i, 1907. Sealed
proposals, in triplicate, will be received here
and by Quartermasters at the post named
herels, until 10 a. m., central standard time,
April 1, li.7, for furnishing wood, oual and
charcoal, during th fiscal year ending June
30, l','S. at Omaha Q. M. Dei-ot, Forts Crook,
Omaha and Robirisun, Nebraska; Forts
Leavenworth and Riley, Kansas; Forts D.
A. Rusaell and Mackenzie, Wyoming; Fort
Des Moines. Iowa, and Fort Meade. South
Dakota. Proposals for delivery at other
places win oe entertainea. cnlted btate re
surves right to reject or accept any or all
proposals or any part thereof. Information
furnished on application here, or to Quar
termasters at the stations named. Envel
opes containing proposals should be marked
t ropohHis r ui, ami
Major THOMAS CitL'SE. C.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
United Stale Reclamation Service. Wash
ington. D. ('., March 22, li'7 S- led pro
posals will be received at the ottice of the
United Slates ft tarnation Service, Belle
Fourche, South Dakota, until S o'clock o.
m. April 8ti. 1907, for the construction of
about 66 miles of lateral ditches with struc
tures. Involving approximately 646,0u0 cubic
yards of excavation, 1.960 cubic yards of
concrete and 110,'no feet b. m. of lumber,
In connection with the Flrlle Fourche proj
ect. South Dakota. Ilans, specifications
and proxsal blanks may h obtained from
the United Statea Reclamation Service.
Washington, D. C. ; Crawford, Nebraska, or
ruurcnr, oou-.n iuaoia. james rtj -
MAN CRUSHED BY ELEVATOR
ThomM llertlk, WorktDai t Armovr'i,
round Dead b Fit
MANNER OF ACCIDENT IS NOT KNOWN
First Knowledge of -Death Come t
Light Wheat Car Is Raise
4 Revels Crashed
Thomas Menlk, Twenty-third and S
streets, cam to his death by a supposed
accident .t Armour & Co.'s packing plant
Ftlday' morning. He was an elevator con
ductor, and had been employed but a short
time. He was found by hi fellow work
men under the elevator In the pit of th
shaft. He cam to th plant at opening
time and had unlocked the elevator. Then
It appeared he had gone down a flight of
stairs and entered the shaft under th
elevator. It Is unknown what his object
was, but It la thought he was attempting
some light repair. Whll ther In som un.
accountable way th elevator descended to
the bottom of th shaft, forcing him down
and crushing th lit out of him by the
Ther wer no witnesses to th accident
to be found and th only reason for us
peettng ther was some on under th ele
vator at the tlm of th discovery was th
cable had slacked.
When th heavy elevator was raised to
th first floor the ghastly discovery of the
crushed form was made. On of th cross
pieces under th floor caught the man
across th hips and th other had settled
directly on his throat. His chest was flat
tened and this pressure had forced the blood
Into tho capillaries of his face until It was
turgid and almost black. Around his
throat was- the bloodless streak where the
cross-piece had settled. Strangely enough
no bones wer broken.
Leaves Wife and Son.
Th man was an Austrian and leaves m
wife and on son. He also had a brother.
His body lies at Brewer's undertaking par
lors and an Inquest was in progress Friday
Th men ar somewhat divided as to th
reason for th elevator descending. Either
he may have pulled th rope which handles
the clutch from beneath, expecting to bring
the elevator down so that he might take It
from th pit and In. so doing failed In his
calculation of getting from under tt In
CHIEF. QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
umana, eo., Marcn 1. iwi. d' y'
posals, in triplicate, will be received her
and by th Quartermaster at th posxs
named herein, until 10 a. m., central svana-
ard time, April 1, 1907, for furnishing min
eral oil during the fiscal year ending June
30, 1908, at Fort Robinson, Nebraska; Fort
Des Moines, Iowa; Fort Leavenworth. Kan
sas; Fort Mackensie, Wyoming, and Fort
Meade South Dakota. Proposals for de
livery at other than the above named sta
tion nl 1 1 not ha entertained. The United
States reserves right to reject or accept
any or all proposals or any pari tnereor.
Information furnished on application here,
or rr Onori.rmiBtM. nt the stations nfcmw.
Envelopea containing proposals should b
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uiHrnpu rniui'nmi 1 1 u iruiiriai v.,.,
addressed to Major THOMAS CRUSE. C,
Q. M. MJ-4-6-6-I9-80
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
United State Reclamation Service, Wash
ington, D. C March 14. 1807. Sealed wo
poHals will be received at th oinc of th
United States Reclamation Benrlce, Craw
ford, Nebraska, until 2 o'clock p. m., Jun
6 1907. for building the Pathfinder Dike,
sltuatnrl about fortv-flv miles southwest
of Casper, Wyo.. and Involving about 170,000
cublo yard or eartn excavation ana snout
16.000 cubic yards of riprap. Particulars
miv be obtained at the offices of th U. S,
Reclamation Service, at vystin'r.s'ton, p, c.,
Crawford Neb., and Casper, Wyo. Jam
Rudolph Garfield. Secretary.
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EnERjiAL evidence of miEniiAL poison
Whenever a sore or n1cr refnsM to teal, it Is a sure slgri of a diseased
TOfidiiion of the blood. The sore itself is simply an outside evidence of
some internal poison, and the only way to cure it is to remove the deep
underlying; cause. Sores and Ulcers originate usually from a retention in
the system of bodily waste matters and impurities. These should pass off
through the natural avenues of waste, but because of a sluggish condition of
the different members they are retained in the system to be taken up by the
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TJIE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., A TLAKTA, OA
time, or someone might hay com to th
floor above and finding th elevator un
locked pulled the rop and caused the ele
vator to descend. If thla .theory la true,
considerable mystery attache to the death.
It Is thought they may have heard Merslk
cry as th elevator descended and took
fright and concealed the knowledge, or
someone might hav reached Into th shaft
and given th rope a yank and gone on,
thinking It a good Joke on th elevator
operator to And hi elevator at th bottom
of th shaft.
So far nothing has come to light to sug
gest anything bat a death of unusual acci
dent. 'AWNBROKER BEFORE COURT
Dealer Most Answer for Advancing
Money on Revolver Belongc-Ina-
to th Array.
The hearing' In the cans of Harry dross,
pawnbroker at 618 North Sixteenth street
for buying government property, was held
before United States Commissioner Ander
son Friday morning. The special offense
charged against Gross Is that of receiving
In pawn, and advancing 85 thereon, a regu
lation army revolver. . It was shown In the
evidence th pistol was on of three that
had been stolen from Company B of th
Signal corps at Fort Omaha and hod been
pawned to Gross by a party claiming to be
a Ban Francisco refuges and telegraph
Whll Harry Gross was named as th de
fendant In the case, It was ascertained
from th evidence that th pistol had been
received by David Gross, a brother of th
defendant and clerk In the store. Harry
Gross personally - had no knowledge that
the pistol had been bought by hi estab
lishment and, In fact, he knew nothing
whatever about the transaction and bad
never seen the pistol until it was produced
In court Friday morning. His brother had
kept th matter from him, preferring to
suffer th loss personally than to inform
Th gun was recovered from th pawn
shop by Lioutenant Carleton of th Thir
tieth Infantry and was turned over to him
without protest by David Gross, who claims
to be wholly Ignorant of. the fact that the
pistol was a government weapon.
Commissioner Anderson will decide the
matter at 10 o'clock Saturday morning.
BURLINGTON PLAN BLESSING
Method of Letting; Cars Go Off Its Own
Lin Proves Boon to
"Th new arrangement of , th Burlington
road In permitting cars to go off Its own
lines to help th farmers of Nebraska In
clearing up th grain of the state Is prov
ing a blessing," said W. W. Johnson, as
sistant general freight agent of th Burling
ton, who returned Thursday from a trip In
th stat. "The road Is hauling all th
grain It can get cars for and ther Is a
big tonnage ahead. Grain 1 not th only
commodity we ar hauling, for th live
stock- movement is about normal for this
season of the year.
"Th Burlington, is mors of a corn road
than a wheat road and consequently we
hav -not much to figure on for th com
ing year, exoept that the ground Is' In ex
cellent condition, a the corn has not yet
been planted. . W also had large move
ments of machinery and farm Implements,
probably more than a year ago, which Is
also another good token of prosperity,"
While the railroads are not saying much
about th rat bill which Is now before
the legislature, It Is known they are hard
at work opposing It. Kansas did not pass
any laws reducing freight rates and the
railroads voluntarily reduced grain rates
In Missouri 16 per cent before the legis
lature got busy and was driven home by a
smallpox scar at th capital.
BOLL , WEEVIL IN EVIDENCE
Government Expert Snys Pest Will
Be Aetlve la Sooth This
BATON ROUGE. La.. March .-The cot
ton boll weevlll will be unusually active
and destructive this year, according to a
report by Dr. W. D. Hunter, In charge of
the boll weevil Investigation for the United
States Department of Agriculture. He says
the conditions throughout the last winter
have been favorable for the hibernation of
the boll weevil. The two critical conditions
for hibernation, temperature and dryness,
have been ss favorable as they probably
ever will be.
The mild winter and spring Is having the
effect of causing an unusually early emer
The . conditions Indicate clearly that
weevils will be unusually abundant In the
cotton fields and that great damage Is to
be expected. Boms conditions that may
occur will have the effect of counteracting
the natural result from th present condi
tions. For Instsnce, dry weather during
Jun and July, after the cotton plants are
well stsrted, will scrvs to caeck the insect.
GOVERNMENT RESTS ITS CASE
ssseate Form tireater Part
Evldeae la Salt Aaalnst
Standard OH Company.
CHICAGO, March S. At the cloae of th
morning cession of th federal court today
tho government attorneys announced that
they rted their case against th Standard
OH company of Indiana, on trial for alleged
receiving of lebates from th Chicago ft
Alton railroad on shipments of oil.
The greater part of the evidence pre
sented by th government ha been of a
documentary character tending to show
that th oil company shipped 1,096 cars of
oil from Whiting. Ind.. and Chappcll, 111.,
to St. Louis, paying only one-third of ths
regular tariff rate. Mora than 14,000 pieces
of documentary evldenc have been pre
sented by th government. Tt oil eoin
pany will begin it defense on Monday.
It is nature s blood purifier, made entirely
of vegetable matter, known to be specifics
for all blood diseases and disorders. S. S. S.
goes down to the very bottom of the
trouble, and removes the poison and im
pure matter, so that the sore is no longer
fed with impurities, but is nourished and
cleansed with a stream of healthv. rich
COAST STATES CO-OPERATE
GoYernor Willisc that Militia Ehonld Jttn
in Artillery Uaueiifers.
POSTS UNAELE TO ACCOMMODATE AU
Chief of Artillery laggeiti that States
Provide for Some Companies
Near United State
WASHINGTON, March 29.-So far a th
attendance of stats militia at the Joint
encampments this summer Is concerned.
General Murray, chief of artillery. Is now
assured by th responses received by th --y
governors and adjutant generals of . the
states having militia organizations that
this novel project Is sure to be a great
success. A number of th states now wish
to combine their annual militia encamp
ments with the Joint drills, which will com
pletely swamp the resources of the coast
artillery In the matter of providing for th
reception- cf the millthimen. The governor
of California has Just notified the War de
partment of the acceptance of th Invita
tion to the Joint drills and has asked that
provision - be made for the participation
of the fifty-two military companies in the
Assignment of Companies.
Th War department hS proposed to en
tartaln only thirty-seven companies, at th
outside, to be disposed of as follows:
Six at Fort Rosecrans. six at Fort Mllcy,
eighteen at Fort Wtnneld Scott and seven
at Fort Baker, , General Murray today
wrote th governor of California proposing
that th fifteen additional companies b
encamped by th state at Its own expense
in the neighborhood of the three posts
named, when they will be given an oppor
tunity to take some part In the Joint move
ments of the regulars and ths military.
Hs also sent a similar communication to
ths governor of Connecticut, which state
asked him to provide for thirty-nine com
panies, whereas h had accommodations
for but fourteen companies. The post com
manders In Connecticut and California' wlfl
b Instructed to prepare programs for th
Joint drills that will afford ample employ
ment' for the surplus militia coropanloa If
they care to accept the suggestion to en
camp near th post.
The governor of Texaa, upon being In
formed that, owing to the absence of army
po.-ts on the coac of Texas, the depart
ment could not include Txa lfi Its Invita
tion, ha- c&ered to slow the Texas militia
to go Into another state to secure the
benefit, of Joint drills with, the regulars.
Last fall's gulf cyclone, having made all
the seaooast defenses In Louisiana and
Alabama uninhabitable for any considera
ble number of men, and the nearest forts
In Florida being too distant, ths chief of
artillery was obliged to decline the gov
TORNADO FATAL IN TEXAS
Small Child Is Killed and Mast '
Blown from Road and
FORT WORTH, Tex., March 29. Meager
details reached here today of a tornala
which passed over Cook county, Texas,
last bight A small child was killed by
flying wreckage. Ths tornado passed from
southwest to northeast, causing much dam
age at Midway, Nuenster and Myra.
Charles Tune was driving on a road when
the storm struck htm. His team was
blown Into a field and Tuna's leg was torn
off by the wreckage. The house of August
Fields at Wolf Ridge was blown down and
Mrs. Fields was painfully hurt. Th home
of Nathan Piatt was demolished.
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