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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1903.
CITV PHOrKRTY FOR MI.E.
24th and Webster Avenue
13 BLOCKS NORTH OF KOUT STRKBT. '
There Are No Lots North That Compare
All lots have city water and
most of them.
This ground was bought at a
us to sell these lots so cheap.
Only 3 Blocks
Let us show you these lots before you buy elsewhere. If you
are not ready to build, buy one for an investment. They will
double in value as soon ns 24th street is paved and line extended
to Miller park. Don't wait. "Wo have sold just half the lots in this
addition since platting.
Hastings & Heyden
1704 Farnam Street. Bee Building.
LIST your property with Chris Boyer, 22d
and Cuming 8ts. (19)--272
1101 LAL.K STRKRT.
Beautiful new n-room anil bath, full
bricked basement, strictly modern except
furnace, two full sized lots, puved streeL,
permanent walks, block to car; soiling
account now a non-resident: $2,40u, 0i
cash, balance $!& -r month. Inquire 3101
La Ik, or 'phone Webster ld09 evenings.
TOU WANT A COTTAGE ALL NEW "
and ready for you, larger and better than
any other; ;flx40 feet; ceilings 10 feet high;
large windows, 5 nice bis rooms and bath,
hot and cold water; large attic (floored),
sheeting tight with tar paper, even under
the shingles; cellar cemented and cement
walks: on a pavrd street, too. 2.' Spauld-
tng. Price J,o. .bout $wjo cash, balance
cusy terms. Will rent for $23 per month If
,j ... i tji.....& y vnui u
IIOl HOIU ujr ui luun ju. i Hunt oi oo
N. U THIMBLE, owner, 'Jb'M Spaulding St."
CHRISTIAN preferred, to buy 10-room
modern home; close In; payments like
rent. Owner. iftl N. 22d.
(19) M100 18
KiCKl) AHSTBACT CO.. ft. IMS. Prompt
service. Get our prices. 1710 Farnam dt,
SPECIAL EASY PAYMENT
Knur rooms ar.d modern hath, brand new
house, all modern plumbing; east front
lot; lays high and beautiful; nothing like
It In the city for price and terms. Price
only J1.500; 10O cash and KS per month.
Located near Cuming and Boulevard.
Key at our office.
C. O. CARLBERO,
. Ill N. I. Life Bids.
, ' " (1D-M242 13
BEMI8 PARfC lot, 4Oxl07i east front, high
-nd sightly i location. Bargain at Jv0.
ner, 12H N. S4tli St. (13)-M:ai
--. $2,450 , v
Seven-room house, modern except fur
nace; nearly new; 2638 Capitol Ave.
FOR SALE Nest 7-room house, east-front
lot at 2oC 8. 30th Ave. 11,200. Requires
bout Mui cash, balance monthly. C. M.
Bschmsmn, 436 Puxlon Block.
FARM AND RANCH LAND r-OR SAL, If
GOOD FARMING LAND Near Denver,
Greeley district; wells 25 to 40 feet; abun
dance of moisture; general farming, ln
eluding corn raising; one crop pays for
NATIONAL INVESTMENT CO.,
6S3 Brtthdels Uldg. Omaha, Neb.
WHEN writing to advertisers, kindly men.
tlon The Bee.
FOB SALE BY
The. South Omaha
and Western Rail
ALONG THE .
Apply to B. A. McAllister.
U. P. K. R. Co.
U. S. National Bank Building,
S W. Corner 12th and
GARDEN OR TRUCK FARM.
8'X, 10 or 20 acres. Starr's place, south
west of city. Matt St., south of Grover;
Joins new lne Cut-Off, $3mT per acre;
terms to suit. J. A. Starr, H10 8. list St.
INFORMATION OF TRIPP COUNTY
The registration for the Tripp county land,
comprising I.OOO.OOO acres of f.rtlle lands,
will begin October and continue until
the 17th. This land Is even better than
the Rosebud, "Gregory county," which is
' now selling for from $J,Oi to $10.(VJ pe.
quarter. . .
sV nd ioc fcr map. land laws, prsldnt'
proclamation and other Information. Buy
your tlik.ila to Dallas, the only R. R.
town near the land. The Dallas Real
Estate Co., Dallas, 8. D . one of the old
est real estate firms In Tripp county.
TRIPP COCNTY OPENING Reglstrath n
in the Tripp county opining win u,'" m.-PiHTUk-VT file Ai'Mifi i
. .!,. lM-r k and end October li. 1 The Ifc.PARl MfcN r Uf At.KK I I,-
pHnlVg,.tr.lon poml W.I I be ,ir..a-) ture Office of the Secretary NVa,hlng
Srv. b. D.. the imiropun. of the Rosebud -fpteii.r 2 lVta. Notice No.
country, and only flvo miles from the Notice is hereby gtven that in- -ecre-iHiofv
to I opened. Will furnish so ' arv of Agriculture lias. under authority
date maps and all Information as to
(.peiving for ) centa. order ut once.
Send draft or money order, l.oan A
Young, Gregory, S. V. (2u) M2.2 13x
, .i- a,.nih mima land
. ----- 1 , . 1 1 4 C( a (ssa AA n yrinill
this aud Join our excursion up there next
month. OH r- rsnaeie fi
Advertise In "Hio Bee It goe into the
homes of those yo are trying to reach.
CITY TROPKR1V FUH BALE.
TO $375 EACH
$10 A MONTH
new cement walks in front of
very low figure, which enables
From Car Line
FA KM AM ltA:Ckl l.l.NUS FOR SALE
PUBLIC LAND OPENING
150, (TO acres of rich Irrigated land. In the
f.den Valley of southern Wyoming; per
pelual . water 1 1 1; t : t -h lurnlHtiea settlers
under Carey act ol congress. The great
est opportunity ever ottered eltUi lis of
the Culled Estates by thn federal govern
ment and -tale ot Wyoming to own a
rich Irrigated farm. Cheap ra e excur
sions. For full particulars write or see
the Gloliu Land una Investment Co., .di
8. 18th Ht., Omaha. Neb. IH0) M915
- NEB It A SKA-CO LOR ADO LANDS.
100,000 acres of western Nebraska, and east
ern Colorndo improved and vinitnproved
lands at to $16 per acre; any siac traot.
1-lr.e crops. Write or come and see us.
Globe Land and Investment Co.. 412 A.
lblh St., Omaha. (M)-ili
REAL ESTATE LOANS
OANB on Improved Omaha property.
O'Keefe R, . Co., 1001 N. Y. Life Bid.
FIV PER CENT
money to loan on
, Omaha bushiest, property.
Room 1, New York Life Bldg.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
f arnam bmiin uo., u iarnam St.
WANTED City loans.
Peters Trust Co.
PAYNE. BOSTW1CK 4 CO.. N. Y. Life.
Private money, Mo to 15,000. Low rate.
I MONEY TO BUILD.
600 to IJOO.OOO at current rates.
W. H. THOMAS, m Jb'lrst Nat. Bank Bldg.
$100 TO $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
weaa mag., mn ana Farnam. IBS) as
PRIVATE MONEY NO DELAY.
GARVIN BROS., 1MH FARNAM.
LOWEST RATES Bemls.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
. () a4
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEST prices for 2d-hnnd furniture, car-
pets, clothes and shoes, lei. uougias
i-Hr pets, stoves, clothing, shoes. Tel. Red
640 . t zo)mi
MANAGER 8ules and office manager de
sires position with responsible concern
where thorough experience and ability
to hire, tram ana profitably handle of
flee men or traveling salesmen is re
quired. Experienced In manufacturing
and Jobbing business. Familiar with
methods of the largest and most progres
sive concerns. Age, 3-; well educated:
full of schemes, determination anc
knows how to systcmtlze; moderate sal
ary to start. Address H147 Bee.
(27) M119 13x
TEACHHTR desires position as governess
city or country. Address, L-150, care Bee,
l.O aiais lax
WE have In stock (no delay) repairs for
every make of furnace, steam or hot water
heater, water fronts.
OMAHA STOVE REPAIR WORKS.
1206-OS Douglas St.
Telephones: Bell, Doug. WO; Ind., ASU21
The Twentieth Century Farmer
Goes to the Llvo stock Mn,
I". 8. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUL
turn. Office of ih Secretary, Washing
lngton, 1). I'., September n, i:ni. Notice No
IS. Notice Is hereby given thut the Secte
tary of Agriculture has, under authority
conferreU by luw. Issued rule 1. revision i.
(tl. A. 1. Order IK), to prevent the spread
of scablesvin cattle. This order, which will
becomu t-ff.ctive October 1. 1:. revokes
rule 2. revision 1, bearing dule of March
2J, li7. and etfective April la, !:;, as
amendid, und re-estubllshes the quarantine
over the area therein siecltied with the
excepticn of the fallowing inentloned rdiin
ties and parts of the counties from which,
by this latest brder, the quarantine Is re
moved; In the stale of N'Tth Dakota, the
counties of Williams. Ward. Mclean,
Wells, Eddy, Foster. Stutsman, Kidder,
Burleigh, Kmnions. Unuan and Mcintosh;
In the state of Oklalumii, the county of
Woodward and those portlona of tho coun
ties of Woods and Ellis which were for
merly included In Woodward coiiiny, terri
tory of Oklahoma; in the state of Colorado,
the counties of Boulder. Jetferson, Denver.
lViugliiM, Teller. Custer, the remainder of
I. ui uner and Preim nt counties, that pait
of Arapahoe county lying west of a line
extending due south from the southeast
corner of Ienver county to the Douglas
county line, and those portions of the
cnuuties of El I'aso, Puehln, Huerfano and
1. as Animas lyin west of the ehrlith guide
meridian west. Copies .f rule 2, revision
2, may be obtained from the chief of the
lluruu of Animal Industry, whose address
Ih Washington. 1. C. JAMES WILSON,
Secretary of Agriculture.
S. lU 1 dt
confei red by law, Isbued an umemlinert
described ns amendment 2 to rule 3. re
, Tls.cn 1, IB. A I. order 14ei, to prevent
I the spread of scabies In slie-p. Thlsemend
i merit, wlucli becomes eff.cuve Senteinher
lelebfes from quuii.nlir.e the states
fl",ul -'cmrXtn 1 1 1 1 K ""1111 HIIU OI
kiiiu east ok ine siissouri river.
Copies of amendment 2 to rul I. revision
1. may he ohta:iitd from tlu chief nf t.t
Bureau if Aidmsl ln'l'itrv. v. hi is- ntdre
U Washington. 1). C. J.VME4 WILj-LN,
Secrelaiy of Agriculture. BeptlJ Dlt
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND
The followlag proposed aaaeadmeni to
tae constitution ef tke State of Nebraska,
as brreinaltsr set torth la fall. Is sub
mlttea to the electors of tae State of Je
nrs.sk a, to be Toted npoa at tae g-eaeral
election to be held Tuesday, Xovember SrS,
V. D. 1SOS.
A JOINT RESOLUTION to amend Section
two 12), four (4i, five (6i. sis 16) and
thirteen (U, of Article six (t), of the
Constitution of the Slate of Nebraska,
relating to Judicial Towers.
Be it Keeolved by the IiCgtalatoxo of the
State of Nebraska)
Section 1. Amendment proposed. That
Section two (-') of Article six (Hi, of the
Constitution of the State of Nebraska, be
amended to read as follows:
Section 2. - (Supreme court; Judges i
Jarlsdictlom.) The Supreme Court shall
consist of seven (') Judaesj and a majority
of all elected and qualified Judges shall be
necessary to constitute a quorum or pro
nounce a decision. The supreme Court
shall have jurisdiction In all cases relating
to the revenue, civil cases In which the
state Is a party, mandamus, quo warranto,
habeas corpus, and such appellate Juris
diction as may be provided by law.
Section I. (Amendment proposed-) That
Section four (4) of Article six (t), of the
Constitution of the State of Nebraska, be
amended to read as follows:
Section 4. (Supreme court. Judges,
election, term, resilience. i ilic Judges of
the Supieme Court shall be elected by the
electors of the state at large; and their
term of office, except as hereinafter pre
vided, shall be six years. And said Supreme
Court Judges shall, during their terra of
office, reside at the place where the court
Section 1. (Amendment proposed. That
Section live ib) of Arncie six (t) of the)
Constitution ot the State ot Nebraska be
amended to read as follows:
Section 6. (Supremo court, tadges.
election, term; ehief tastloe.J That at
the general elrctlun to be held in the state
of Nebraska In the year lboy, and each six
years thereafter, there shall be eleoted three
u) tuuut s ot trie supreme court, wno shun
hold their office for thfc period of six yearn;
that at the general election to be held In
the state of Nebraska in the year 1411. and
each six years thei after. Here shall be
elected three :l) Judges of the Supremo
Court, who shall bold their office for the
period of six years; and ot the general elec
tion to be held in the state of Nebraska it
the year 1D1S, and each six years thereafter.
thero shall be elected a Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court, who shall hold his office
for the period of six yeais. Provided, that
the member of the Supreme Court whose
teim of office expires In January, 1W. shall
be Chief Justice of the bupreuie Court dur
Inc that time until the expiration of hi
tolm of office. And. provided further, that
upon the adoption of theso amendments by
the electors of the Stale, the Governor
shall. Immediately upon Issuing tne procla
nialion declaring said amendments adopted,
appoint four (4) Judges of the Supreme
court, two tz) oi wnoiu snail te appointed
to hold kaid office until tuelr successors
Shall he elected at the general election In
liHD, and have qualified, tmd the other two
shall hold their oflice until their suc
cessors shall he elected at the general elec
iion held In 1H11, am; :.nve qualified.
Section 4. (Amendment proposed.) That
Section six (0) of Article six (bj, of the
Constitution of the State of -CeUrnska, be
amended to read as follows:
Section . (Chief Justice.) The Chief
Justice shall serve as such during all the
term for which he was elected. He shall
preside at all terms of the-iiupreme Court,
and in his absence the Judges present shall
select one of their number to preside tempo
Section 5. (Amonament proyosea.) Tnst
Section thirteen (13). of Article lx ((, of
the Constitution of Nebraska, be amended
to read as follows:
Section 13. (judges, salaries.) That
Judges of the Sutreme Court shall each
receive a salary ot 4,uiiir, and the Judges of
the Uistrlct Court snail ean receive i
salary of $3,000 per annum, payable quar
Approved April 8. 1907.
I. Geo. C. Junkln. Secretary of State, of
the State of Nebraska, do hereby certify
that the foregoing proposed amendment to
tne constitution ot the state oi jNODrasaa
Is a true and -orrect copy of the original
enrolled and ont.robaed bill, ts passed uy thn
1 mrtieth aesklon of tho legislature of the
State of Nebraska, as auixurs from said
original bill on file in this office, and that
said proposed amendment !s submitted to
the qualified voters of the State of Ne
braska for their adoption or rejection at
the general election to be held on Tuesday
the 3rd any or November. A. u. 1H0S.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the
State of Nebraska Done at Lincoln, this
l&th day of July, in tho year of our Lord
One Thousand Nine Hundred and Klaht.
and ot the Independence of the United
States the One Hundred and Thirty-third,
ana ot this State the f orty-second.
GEO. C. JUNKI.V,
(Seal.) Secretary ot State.
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND
The following proposed amendtent to
the constitution oi the state of Nabraska,
as hereinafter set forth la full. Is sub'
mitted to the electors or tne State of Ne
braska, to be Toted upon at the general
election to bo hold Tuesday, Vorembei 3rd,
A- O. 1908.
A JOINT RESOLUTION to propose an
Amendment to Section 9, Article s, ot the
Constitution of the State of Nebraska.
8a it Resolved and Enacted by tho legis
lature of tho State of Nebraska i
Section 1. (Amendment.) That at the
general election for state and legisiativu
oflicers to be held on the Tuesday succeed
ing the first Monday In November, lfogj the
following provision be proposed und sub
mitted to the electors of the state ns an
amendment to Section 9, Article 8, of the
Constitution of the Stale of Nebraska:
Section 8. ( ducational runds, Invest
ment.) All funds bemusing to the mate
for educational purposes, the interest and
Income whereof only are '.o be used, ehall
be deemed trust funds held by the state,
and the state shall supply all losses thereof
that may In any manner accrue, so that
the same shall remain forever Inviolate
and undiminished; and shall not be Invested
or loaned except on United States or state
securities, or registered school district bonds
of this state, and such other securities as
:he legislature may from time to time
direct. And such funds, with the Interest
and Income thereof, are hereby solemnly
pledged for the purpose for widen they are
granted and set apart, and shall not be
transferred to any other fund for other
Section 2. (Ballots; Adoption.) That
at said election In the year iyu6, on tho
ballot of each elector voting thereat, tt.ere
Shall be printed or written the words: "For
proposed amendment to the Constitution
with reference to the !jvr3tment of the
permanent school fund," and "Against said
proposed amendment to the Constitution
with reference to the investment of the
permanent school fund." And if a majority
of all voters at said election shall be tor
such amendment the same shall be deemed
to be adopted.
Approved April 6, 1007.
1, Oeo. C. Junkln, Secretory of State, of
the State of Nebraska, do hereby certifv
that tho foregoing proposed amendment to
the Constitution ot the State o Nebraska
Is a t:ur and correct copy of tne original
tnrollei ' and engrossed bill, as passed by
the Thirtieth session of the legislature of
the State of Nebraska, as appears from
said original bill on file In this office, and
that said proposed amendment Is submitted
to the qualified voters of the State of Ne
braska for their adoption or rejection at tht
general election to he held on Tuesday, the
rd day of November, A. D. 19c8.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the
State of Nebraska. Done at Lincoln, this
10th day of July, In the year of our Lord
Oni Thousand Nine Hundred and Eight,
and of the Independence of the United
States the One Hundred and Thirty-third,
and of thla State the Forty-second.
GBO. C. JUNKIN.
(Seal.) Secretary of State.
OFFICE OF THE SIOUX CITY AND
WESTERN RAlLVAV COMPANY.
Omaha, Nebraska. August t, ilsA
To the Sto kholders:
Notice Is l.ereby alven, that' tbt annual
meeting ot the s toe holders of The Sioux
City and Western Railway company will
be held at the office of the company in
South Sioux City, Nebraska, at tea (hj
o'clock a. m.. on Thursday, October 15, luue,
lo elect directors (or the ensuing year and
to net upon the question of selling the
rsibuad property and franchise of this com
psny to the Chicago, Burlington quincy
pallrnad eomoany, the railroad and prop
erty aforesaid being now under lease to
said company, and for the transaction et
such other business as may legally come
before the meeting.
By order of the Board of Director.
W. P. DL'RKEE,
THE OMAHA DEE
LEGAL NOTICE UNION PACIFIC RAIL
WAY Company Auction. 1 he lollowing
unclaimed basrege will he s-jJ at public
auction at and 1424 Dodge stre.t.
Omahs, Neb., commencing 7 p. m., Tues
day, Octoter 6, likiS. and continuing at tne
same hour each day until all has been
sold: Sample trunks, marked J. K. J . W.
11 ; painted canvas trunks. Mrs. M Kicn-
rrdon, M. H. Mot'own. Tom Curtln. J. .
Whltton, George Meyer. R. C. BrodericK.
H. M. Jeffrey, Wllllsm Dunbar. Grover
Warner: xink trunk, marked Mlsa Mar,ret
Rainbow, Mis. Itelle Rescorder, Kred
Wampole. It. Melntyre. William r eanern.
Miss Lottie Jeter. Cecil Broking. Mrs.
Annie KinaMo, Walter Campbell, Alex
Krlarsn. Ray Emerson. I', isiiapryi, ti. r.
Wallace. Vlncrng I.ucito. It. f.. stai-oro.
Charles Helscher. Mrs. K A. Cris, Mary
Stuart. Con KTandt. Carlo Monriit, Airs.
Cenna Finch, James Koulentes, J. A. Hell
burg Mattle Fogel. Muncle lymenm, Mrs.
Thursla Melien.gger. Duncan Nellscin.
Pau Ma oney. Jank Miinanc; sirniner
trtink. marked John Petree; russet trunk,
marked William Rebesock. G. A. Baxter;
chent, marked Frank Armstrong; boxes.
marked J. M. Howell. M nsytor. njurau.
Mirlc, Steve Salnovlc. uenrge i.ey. nirs.
Muv Baynard. A. C. Mntor: suit caes.
marked F. Kroop. J. 8 Hamilton. "";
rjt.. Fred Fllson, Cliarles l.onglv. r . H.
Hartman. J. E. Grant. S. E. PeiksrsH.
Arthur Patarl. Miss M. face ,1r m.
Hooner. Frank Dolton. J. H. Morrison.
Fran Meyers, H. A. I'owell: canvss teie
scone. marked It. C. Morbouse. John
Gabel. Ygnaclo Coto. Karl Bsylor. A. 1.
Cord. B. l. couins. n. j. '
Hughes, J. D. Mayo. H. D. Carpenter. C.
C. Hroslns. Charles Raymond. J.
Shoolbv. C. If. Jenkins. ''Z;"r'"
John Murphy, C. a. uranosun, r-
Pchnffer. H. P. Johnson. A. "-ejr'er.
Peterson. Harry Swansm, John Rpjjfrts,
K J KMin; russei rrip. raii-u
M.-.n Miss Alma Robert. J. W. else;
veils, marked A. Peniff: hnmpcr. mprked
O. Kaneks; aleo 1.000 pieces nf m'scellpn
eous articles consisting of guns, bundles,
blankets, valises, tvunks. toxe. chests
watches and musicm in.ir"mM,,..
marked. A. TRAYNOR. Genfrj nite
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
W. H. Becker and wife to fcecuni
Land and TruBl Co., lot &4. ivessione
South Omaha Land Co. to Peter A.
Johnson, lot 6. b uck l. bo. ontana.. t"v
Oiimha Safe Deposit and Trust Co. to
Kunrne Hoff, lots , i, anil s, uioca .t,
Wilcox Hdditloll "00
John W. Roblilns and wife to John K.
Hughes, part of lots 4i ana is, uioch,
fi. Jerome Park 2
Margaret T. McCarthy to Mrs. Maude
A. Wlllen, lOl II, OIOCK ,., flKUIUiirj ot
Mlnahan's 1st addition to So. Omaha. 300
George E. Butler and wife to John C.
Vtszarl, lot 1(, Diock I, csaunocis .
HimebaugrTs addition to Walnut Hill. l.fcO
Frank Case to Maggie Case, lots 6, ., 8
9 and 10, O'Briens addition 1
L. Curry Wolfe to George T. Schnets,
lot 1!. block 13. Clifton Hill addition.. S-'iO
Jens Hansen and Iurentlne Hansen
to Uoxunna Paulsen, lot lf. block
"A," Saunders & Hlmebaugh's addi
Mary R. Morris to Aareua W. Chad
wick, S. 21 feet lot ltl, block 8, West
End addition 0
George L. Miller and wife to Clarence
w. Chadwick, Vi of lot 9. Dlock 8,
West End addition...., TA
Paul Nelson and wife to Anna C.
Hlrold. lot 9, block 39. in So. Omaha. 500
Executor's deed, Alfred H. Bromell to
Robert Anderson, S. 46q feet, block
1, Shlnn's addition 2.400
Lizzie P. Spencer and husband to
William H. Esterduy. lots 23 and 24,
Block 13, Omaha View
Frank Geaaelmun to William D.
Cock, lot 3, block 24, Kountze
James I. Cook to Andrew J. Espy
eMi lot 3 and w'fc lot 4, block 7,
Hillnlde No. 1 addition
Andrew J. Espy and wife to James
K. Miller eS lot 3 and lot 4,
block 7, Hillsidi) No. 1 addition...
William Lehmer and wife, et al. to
William Byrne, lot 6. and wW lot
5. block 1, 2d addition to Corrigan
ltnce addition to South Omaha
Mav B. Kounlze and husband, et al
to Mary H. Upjohn, lot 16, Kountze
Executors of Charles E. Perkins,
deceased, et al. to William F. Mc
Fnrlnnd, 38 acres In neti sec. 8-15-13
and other property 1
Jennie E. Peters and husband tot
Jesse B. Thompson, n?8 ft. lot 2,
block 48. South Omaha 1150
Martha M. Cndv (widow) et al. to
Henry A. Housker. lot 1J, diock
Joseph W. Risbet and wife to Jus
B. Hansen, lot 7. block 1. Crawford
addition to Elkhorn
Joseph Vojir nnrt wife to Charles Sps
lek and wife, lot 21, ' lTTock 2,
KrtunlKp'll Fifth add
Robert P.. McGregor and wife to
Emma K. Warfield, lot 17, block 13,
Clifton Hill W
Robert H. McGregor and wire to
Emms K. Warnelil. sud tor s or lax
lot 1, 21-15-1H rr 1
Bascom H. Rohlson and wife to Fan
nie L. Henrv. wit", feet lot 7. and e22
feet lot S, block 5, Reed's First add.. 1
Bascom H. lloblsnn and l' to Fan
nie L. Henry. w:'5 feet lot 5, blov-k 12,
Reed's First add 1
Ilert Means to Karlo B. Brown, lots
11 and 12, block 2, sun nf block IW.
Albright's Choice add to 8outh
Meliora W. Falrcblld and husband to
Anna Smvel, lot 7, block 1, Oakhurst
Park sdd 1.2t'9
Solomon J. Firestone and wife to ,
Frank J. Ogle, 'ot V.'. Firestone sub
tn Ellistono Park Place add 190
Anderson C. Aug ani wife to Edward
O'Neill, lot 3, bloek 8, Poppleton
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EASIER LOT FOR THE FARMER
Better Economic, Sanitary and Social
TASK BEFORE THE COMMISSION
President Roosevelt's Effort to eere
Greater Meossiro of Coi-fort, R
ward aod Happiness for
Tillers of (he oll.
Reserved for the closing days of his ad
ministration. President Roosevelt hn pro
mulgated a policy that perhaps will arouse
greater erjthus'asm and meet with less op
position than any measure that has mr.rked
his eight years in office.
The plan to lend a helping hand tn the
farmer, to give h!m a greater measure of
comfort, reward and hnpplnefs than he
now enjoys. Is so thoroughly Just that It
Is hard to see how any opposition could be
Something has been done for almost every
other class. Protective tariff laws have
given their help to the manufacturer; help
has been extended to laboring men In their
fights for Justice, as In the case where
Mr. Roosevelt espoused the cause ot the
striking coal miners; merchants have had
their Interests advanced by a host of new
laws against Improper combinations and In
favor of better facilities for transporta
tion. Alone of all the great classes .that
make for the future of the nation, the
farmer has been Ignored In the distribu
tion of proper aid.
The farmer Is naturally Independent. Per
haps In some degrree this accounts for the
lack of Btatutes designed to assist him.
But as a liberal contributor to the gov
ernment, and as a prime factor In the ra
tion's very existence, the man with the
hoe 1ms a fair claim to the backing of
Uncle Sam. lie Is asking no more than ia
justly coming to him. Hence the whole
people welcome a movement which perhaps
will help to straighten a little that bent
bacJt which Markham so wonderfully de
scribed lni his famous poem, "Tho Man
The Roosevelt plan Is directed to the
production of better economic, sanitary nnd
Work for the- Commission,
The commission which he had named to
Investigate Is empowered to go Into the
matter most thoroughly and make recom
mendations. When tliese have been pre
sented legislation will be enacted that Is
hoped to be the means of making the farm
er's lot so much happier that there will be
more of an Incentive to take up and slick
to this kind of work.
The men picked to serve on the commis
sion n present exact knowledge of the sub
ject, and should be able to give Inspired
service. They include Prof. L. II. Bailey
of the New York College of Agriculture,
Henry Wallace of Des Moines, la.; Presi
dent Kenyon L. Bmterfleld of the Mafsa
chusetts Agricultural college, Oifford Pln
chot of the United Stutea forest reserve,
and Walter H. Page, editor, of New York.
Prof. Bailey is chairman, and his asso
ciates completfs a well balanced body
whose findlnKt ought to be respected and
swiftly enacted Into measures that will af
ford relief. '
The point that the members of the com
mittee have been naked by Mr. Rooseve't
to keep strongly tn mind is not that the
farmers are not comfortable, for a large
percentage of them, In fact, are better off
than ever before. But the great thought Is
that they are not progressing In propor
tion to the remainder of the country; they
are not getting their full share. A way
must be found to bring them nearer to It.
It takes skill to be a farmer, and the
best farmer ought to be the son of a
farmer. Knowing the land from boyhood
Its capabilities, and the kind of care It
needs, the boy raised on a farm ought to
Interstate Inixustrial Exposition
and New Mexico Territorial Fair
Sept. 29 to Oct. 10
Come and sec the prosperous
Santa Fe Southwest where water
The U. S. Government is spend
ing millions of dollars to get a
permanent water supply for semi
It means new millions of acres
made tillable and fit for homes.
A national event, worth crossing
a continent to see
A great exposition of Southwest
farmSt ranches, mines and indus
tries. Indians, too, and cowboys
U. S. Cavalry.
Low round-trip excursion rates to
Attractive side-trips to U. S. reclamation
projecti and Orand
Canyon of Arizona.
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a Dally, b Dslly except Sunday, e Bnn
dsy only, d Daily xcej t Saturday. Dally
follow natursly In his father's footster
and take the farm when his sire r""s
But under present conditions, with the
man of aarlculture getting less thin his
Just dnerts, the boy hs not the proper
encouragement to follow his calling, and
wherever his means p,rmd th father edu
cates Ids son to oth.-r things, believing that
In almost any other line there is a greater
chance to amass that wealth which Is es
sential to a purchase of the world's com
forts. Mnch to I. earn.
Sometimes It Is the fanners fault that
conditions are not better Me 1ns never
learned how to get tho fullest return from
his land. Not less than .tW farmers In
the south, for example, have lutcly ad
mitted that they have much to learn about
farming, anil are Improving their products
In c.utintity and quality by adopting meth
ods recommended by Dr. Knapp.
But !t Is not alone to the crops that the
Attention of thn commission must be di
rected. The farmer nnd his family, the
nun, woman and children of agriculture
also need attention.
Many of the farm houses of the nation
ate old and poorly built. A large per
centage of them went up before the las
of sanitation hud come to be understood
as they are now, aud In caaes of lately
built farm houses the great cost of build
ing along modern lines In Isolated districts
fur from the points where nintcrlnl nnd
labor can be tlusply obtained has had tho
effect of forcing farmers to follow th"
lines that long s'neo should hnve been
The farmer must have a better lions'
for himself and his family. The commis
sion must decide, on u proper model, and
then It must tell how the cost of building
it enn be reduced to a minimum, so as to
be wtlliln the reach of all. Then, too, his
facilities for education and for social in
tercourse must be Increased.
Living alone has kept many agrlculture-
IslB from developing as they should.
Something In the very life begets tenden
cies to taciturnity. The farmer is con
stantly next to nature. In his long hours
of tiling- the soil he gets so used to be
lng alone that he comes to like It, and
thus gradually weans himself from that
freouent contact wlih his fi How man
which is the Very basis of development.
The farmer's facilities for selling hi
crops, for buying his materials inn iui
borrowing when he needs to, need to be
Correcting Lnjost Conditions.
At the nresent time the farmer Is
largely at the lercy of the commission
merchant In the marketing ot his foods,
und he Is also in the power of the rail
road. Cases are frequent where magnifi
cent crops have failed to bring their Just
rewards to their creators because exces
sive freight charges, often discrimina
tory, have eaten up not only the profit
but . often left the sender In the debt of
Recent railroad legislation has been
directed toward correcting this coijilition
and the divelopment of the trolley sys
tem of delivering the production of the
farms has His.) become a factor. Parma
adjacent to the big cities eventually will
send the bulk of their crops Into town
on ewtfily moving freight trolleys at
big saving, and the movement to Improve
the waterways also points to a cheaper
means ot currying the crops.
The big rates of interest that have put
many a farmer In the hands of the man
who holds the mortgage on his farm have
gut to come tumbling down, and the
system of borrowing for business pur
poses be done more on the line of the
way accommodation Is handled in the
marts of trade In the cities.
Moreover, a way ought to be found by
raising the profits of farming to make It
possible for him to find more leisure for
his children, so that they could develop
in other directions.- Many a boy learns
to hale farming before he gets lmlf way
to manlmod because of the excessive
hours of work that his father bus been
compelled to exact of him.
In theory that life of the farmer should
be Ideal. He lives a life In the open,
next to nature. Ills farm Is his own, bis
crops are In his own ground; It remains
only for his own skill and industry to
produce them and reap the rewards. He
ought to be Independent, a virtual mon
arch, catering to those needs of the world
that nothing can ever abolish.
Fact has been found to differ from the
Ideal In this matter, however, and the
farmer faces a constant battle. Uncle
Bum has done well to get behind him, and
the nation will back every effort to give
him deserved help. Brooklyn Eagle.
BUNCO MEN OF OTHER LANDS
Smooth Work of Mexicans In Neparat
Inir People from Their
"Don't get It Into your mind that all the
cunning bunko games played on credulous
people, to separate them from their hsr.k
rolls are engineered by sharpers of the
Anglo-Saxon race," said Mr. George L.
Maroney, a New Orleans lawyer.
"Just to the south of us. In the sister
republic acrnsH the Bio Grande, as smooth
specimens of the swindling tribe ore to
be found as anywhere exist. I have myself
been done in a small way In the city of
Mexico by bavin! purchased birds of the
most gorgeous coloring, only to discover
later that the vender had neatly assisted
nature by using a paint brush to enhance
the iffU'ndor of his feathered stock. That
Is the reason you will see a Mexican bird
pedller during a rain take off hi coat and
cover Ills cages, preferring to take a wt't
tlng himself to having the paint washed
oft the birds. They even apply lnt to the
flowers they sell to admiring strangers.
"There are also big scamps down there
who operate on a s.-.ile ot magnitude, as a
certain New Orleans capitalist can testify.
About a year ago this New Orleans man
was approached by a very serene, elegantly
dressed and fiije looking Mexican, who bore
good letters of Introduction. In ehxpient
tones the visitor told- of a large tract of
land In the state of Coahulla that could
be bought for one-fourth Its real value.
It would be worth some day less than
ll.ooD.ixjO and oould now be had for tho
beggarly amount of 2fi0,0n0. All this und
much more, and ns an evidence of good
faith the New Orleans man was asked to
go In person to aee the property.
"He listened, and, listening, fell. To be
brief, he went, saw the tract which was
finer and bigger than many a principality,
and considered It dirt cheap at the price
asked. The seller only asked llft.ono cash
and this the other party put up in asso
ciation with a couple of friends, who were
let In on the good thing. It was the
grandest speculation of their Uvea.
"Today three sorrowing and revengeful
New Orleans men are hunting the world
over for a wily greaser, tawny of akin and
fluent of speech, who, In the absence of the
real owr-er in Europe, sold them one of the
richest estates in the land of the Monte
tumas. The titles which he delivered them,
as they subsequently found, were forgeries
that called fur some barren mountainous
sections that wouldn't bring five cents un
acre." Baltimore American.
By using the various departments of The
Bee Want Ad Pages you get best result
at least expense.
Malar: I'rlse Lobster.
One of the largest lobsters taken In
Maine waters In recent years wss caught
near Blddeford Pool Isst wevkt. It weighed
tin en and one-half pounds. As compared
with the lobsters iisniilty s-"n (I Is wns a
gl.int. Msriv H. Avi-r. rcsiMcr cf probate
in turK eu'in: . n. w tMe pi-.- wmi rain
ing traps Mi A i will have "t specimen
set up. Various cstlmutrs ns to the prb-
sti!" e nr the vei.-i n were Kivru rv
fishermen and others around the prol
me give it a his i.p'rvm that i he l"istrr
nsr Mom ' to t) v- his old. .
SMILES THAT WON'T COME OFF
Isn on n linnker's Door tlrlun not
Appreclntlnn anil nn Ki
Berlenre. tin the door lending lnt- t'"C irlvstn
office of the treasurer of one of the
Hertford banking Institutions tiny he
seen by all comers a plain while card,
on which are these tan words, ' Keep
Ask the treasttifr the significance of
the placard, and he will say slirply:
JiV-t keep sttillHiij Ti nt makes every
thing easy. That's what snille.i are
for. A good. untVign-xI. sincere smlln
Is a veritubla bstterlng-rsm to knock
hard things out of the nay. Vponietlmes
I smile out loud, all to myself, when I
rim against anything hard: and the Invi
tation Is out lo whoever enters my door.
take It thnt people will smile as they
read the card, and I want them to con
tinue the act while In here!"
He tells of n vlltor mho came t see
him last winter, a Scotchman, who had
served In India In the army. "My dear
sir," snld the visitor, "I am greeting
thnt legend heartllv. Many yours ago,
when the plastic was raging. 1 wns
in Calcutta. nrd sick. The hospitals
were full, and with other rat lent a I was
lying In n shed, n very sick man. On
each side of me a poor chap b;td died,
when a man came around with one of
the doclots to measure the bodies. As
they finished the Second fellow's meas
urement, they liokrd nt me. nnd the man
said: 'Threw of "cm boh.'!'?' and V hipped
out his tspe niensure nt my side. In
spite nf all effort. 1 could only stnrc. To
snve my life I couldn't spenk or move.
All 1 could do was to smile, and I just
smiled. Instead of the measuring l:n I
was given better attention, and recovered.
The smllo did it! That's right! 'Keep smIN
lng.' "Hartford Times.
Is Not to be Feared
Tho mother who has the foresight
to keep a bottle or two of Wakefield's
Blackberry Balsam In the house ready
for sudden attacks of Cholera Infan
tum or Diarrhoea has no real fear of
The thousands of babies (as well as
adults) who die -each year from sum
mer bowel troubles could be saved If
this excellent. remedy were kept la
the bouse where It could be reached
when the trouble first appears.
. Wakefield's Blackberry Balsam has
been used In hundreds of thousands
of cases In both babies and adults la -the
past 62 years with nothing but
most farorable results. It Is positive
and quick In Its action yet It Is harm
less and does not constipate the bow
els. It simply checks the trouble and puts
the stomach and bowels back In thei?
calural state. A full size bottle costs
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life of a baby or some other member
of your family. Can you afford to let
another day go by without a bottle or
two of this remedy on hand?
Read this letter:
Last summer one of my neighbors came
running to my house and asked for a
horse to go for a doctor, saying his baby
had Cholera Infantum, and be was afraid
It would not live till he could get a doc
tor.. I said "Wakefield's Blackberry Bal
aam will cure tho child, and I have soma
here." He asked me to go to his house
with a bottle while be went for the doc
tor. I did so and found the child very
alck. I gave It one-half teaapoonful, and
In a half-hour gave It another dose. Then
we waited for the doctor. The doctor said
the Balsam was irood, and to continue It.
The child soon yegan to Improve, and
In a few days was as well as ever.
JAdPUR M. LA KB,
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