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THE HEE: OMAHA. THUItRDAY. APRIL 13. 1M9.'
OFFERED FOR SALE
SF.ND us your mull . ordere for drug;
freleht paid In $10 lots Myers-Dillon
prof Co.. Omaha, (1
FOR BALiP! or trade; Reynold' cabinet
grand upright piano. 1W0 8. 1th.
FOR BAIJS New and Id-hand billiard and
CI table. We lead the world In cheap
fixtures; eesy aymenta Hrunswlck
Balks Collenter, , log g. loth 8u
DRUGS at cut prices; freight paid on all
I0 orders; catalogue free. Sherman A
MeConnell Drug Co., Omaha, Neb.
' (18) 0g
THS OU TRUSTY Incubators. For low
special prices, freight prepaid 6Q days'
free trial; .Writs ths Old Trusty Incu
bator Co., Clay Center, Neb. US) 40
FOR BALK Soma four and five-ton stake
drays or would sail whole outfit. Andreas
lqck box 436, Bloux City. la. (16) M602
TENT8 AND -AWNINOS.
Order now before tha rush begins.
'Phone ua for estimates no charge.
Omaha Tent and Awning Co.
UTH AND HARNEY 8TB. DOUGLAS Mi
FOR SAIE Cash register, National,"
with tapa attachment. Addreas A 240. Bee.
"VVB HAVE on hand a. number of Ink
barrela which we .will aell at 60c each
They are fins for rain water or ashea
Call, at pressroom Baa Publishing Co.
, 06) 277
FOR BAUD Ons Am. Hoist and Derrick
Co., contractors hoisting engine. 616 Has
BODA fountains, new and secondhand;
monthly payments.' Derlght, lSli) Farnam.
ELKCTBIC -PIANOS. 4150. Baysdorrer, 16
Capitol Ave. .' (!) M'h Air
FOR BALEt-Npw roll top desk, letter and
rard file cabinet, office chairs, rugs and
Uemlngton .typewriter with desk. 7 New
York Life. Bldg. (16) M8l 16x
RKMINGTON typewriter No. r first clans,
630. People's Loan Co.. 1623 Farnam St.
' . . ...... (16)M39
TYPEWRITERS Any make, all prlcos,
easy terms: shipped anywhere; agents
wanted In unoccupied territory; write for
large bargain list and offer. R. F. Bwan
eon Co.. 11 8. 15th St., Omaha.
INCUBATORS for sale cheap. Apply to
Rxpressman's- Delivery- Co. 22nd and
Isard St., . ., (1)-M731 lSx
NEW Westinghmiae,' electnc desk fan,
twelve -Inches, 110 volts, for Bale, or will
exchange Tor Underwood typewriters. Ad
dress U 301. oare Bee.. -. . (IS) M9I9 Ux
am LOAt9 loose dirt free for hauling.
1619 Vinton St. - - ' v. (!) 9T 18x
JOHNSON INS., 41s"N. T- h- Tel. D. 1664.
., t,...- ; , . 1 . re)-
Dr. Katheryn Nick-Mas. 608' N. Y. l. Bldg.
Dr. Bowsef, 'over 1600 Farnam. Doug. M7Q,
- (B) M9M A2
D. O, BARNELL, Paxton Blk. Tel. Red T117.
H. A STUBJaEoV Atty. N. Y. I Tel. D. 3469.
PATKNT8 THAT PROTECT Three books
for Investors mailed on receipt of 6c poet
age. R. 8. and A. B. Lacey, rooms 29-31
Pacific Bldg, .-Washington, D. C. Estab
lished lSig. - - (17) 611
TUB SALVATION ARMY solicits castoff
elothlhgf In tacti "anything- -you do not
need. Wf collect, rapair and acll at 134
i. 11th St.T for cost of collection to the
wortiiy ivor. - Call 'vhoae-AHniglas Alii
and wagon" Will tall."-' r tl)-7b
OMAHA (Stammerers' Ins., Kamge Bldg.
BYRINGE8, rubber ' goods. ' by mair; cut
l-nces. eieiitt tor free catalogue. Myers
Dillon Drug Co.. Omaha tli 614
1U riJl',', treatment. Mme. Smith,
"622 8. 16lh, third floor.
A HOME for- women during confinement.
We find homes for babies where moth
ers cannot care for them. Babies
boarded. Mrs. Martha A. Lee, 403 Ban
croft St. 'Phone Douglas 19J1.
' (18) M436 May7x
WANTED The. acquaintance of refined
young. lady,- 22. years old. Address Y 159,
care Bee. " (IS) M145 16x
PRIVATE? -'home during confinement;
babies adopted. The Quod Samaritan San
itarium. )40 First Ave., Council Blufts.
HAIX'8 safes, new." M-hand... 1818 Farnam.
.. .... .- .. tw-6ia
VAP0B BATUS tVSVel
. men. If you want to get rid of your
rheumatism. Iurabag6, sciatica and other
chrente aliments, take the vapor baths and
massage treatments of Dr. and Mrs. K. B.
Benda. We also'gtvs face and scalp treatments.-
We get results. 230-234 Pnxton Blk.
Tsl. Dougloa 19a (18 bj$ May it
YOU NO 'WOMEN coming to Omaha as
strangers- (ire Invited to vli-lt the Yoiing
Women's (christian association, 17th nnd
Howard Bta, where they will be directed
to suitable boarding places or otherwise
assisted. - A deaconess representing ihe
ssaectatfon meets trslns at ths Union sta
tion as travelers' aid. - (lt)-26
MAONETTO K1"-IC vibratory. 1 S.
VVVriXTi lVlsth. room 3W. Fourth
Floor, Old Boston Store. (1S 9tS Ma12
MABRAOE-PROF. G K. D1NJIAN. EX
PERT MASSEUR. For ladlea and genile
men. It tired, languid.- lasy, from lack
of circulation which causes Indigestion,
constipation, torpid liver, rhsumalism and
chrorvlo troubles, try ,the Orisntal mas
sage. Thorough hand work. Face and
ecalp treatment; t years In Omaha at 406
Bee Bldg. Douglas 403s.
- 'l')-17 B,i,I
. POULTRY AND EGGS
8. C. B LEGHORN EOGti-ll per setting,
U per lw). O.'il. Deaver, Orleans, Neb.
(11) M6J6 23x
8. C. WHITE LEGHORN EUGS-Choice
standard bird stock, iieavy laying strain.
W per 100, M pr 60, U per 30.
Mia. W. L. McKenuey,
Palmer, Merrick ' County, Neb.
S. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS, free range;
egga Ir Jiatching. 1U per 15. H uO for 50,
li.ou for UH. liiilian Runner duik eggs, U
for tl-26; 60 for 14.60. Toulouse giwae egg.
So eaih.- Guaranteed frrati 'jnd fernl.
, Peter Brehin, Harvard. Neb,
. C. BLACK MINORCA eggs for setting.
II for Jl Tel. Harney UIS. (ll)MiS2 M2
R- C. R. I. RED EGOS for sale. Pen egga
11.66 prr 16. $8 per 100: from pens scor'ng
90 to U range fl per 16, 86 per luo. J. VV.
Abraham, Valley. Nob. (11) M2U
CHAMBERLAIN'S Original perfect dry
ct ii k feot I'ee this only snd ssve young
chickens. Blewsrt's Feed Store, Sol
Ageaca lit N. 16th Bt. (1D-UH41 May 1"
White Leghorn egga 86 per 100, at Mandy
Lee Farm. Tel. Florence 161.
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l.N't'UBATORS forSale ckeap. Apply to
Expressman's Delivery . Co.. KM snd
Isard Sla. - - - (in M731 lSx
JARVE PTQ. CO., Job printing and calen
dars. 16th Csp. Ave. Phone Ind. A-2W0.
- - (5) 615
MX A I,
REED ABBTKACT CO.. Est. I6; prompt
service, get etr pricea 1710 Farnam su
RE 4 L -;tAlK DEALERS.
REAL ESTATE TITl.E-TRUBT CO.
CH A3. K. WILLIAMSON. President.
PAYNE INV. CO.. first floor N' Y. L
BENJAMIN R. E. CO.. 1T7 Brandela Bldg.
WALKUP REAL ESTATE CO.. 60S PaxWn
block. (19)-MT,7 Mayl3
CITY PROPfEMTY FOR IALI,
One of the most high and sightly polnta In
the Immediate cream of West Farnam
district, cnneletlng of south snd east front
corner 110x187 fe-t. with fine shade, com
manding view, street psved on both sides,
wtlh perma-nent Walks; large two-story 12
room house, exceptionally well built; down
stairs finished in quarter sawed oak, large
rooms. This property never offered for
sale until this time. Owner decided to sell
nnd wants to make quick sale. Can he
seen any day. House cost $12.0no to HS.0U0
and It can be bought for a little over the
actual valuo of the ground. Bee us for
D. V. 8HOLEfl COMPANY.
Ill B. of Trade. Bldg. 16th snd Farnam 8ta
Tels. ; Douglas 49. Ind. A1C49.
BET. FIELD CLUB WEST FARNAM.
Houso completed 6 months ago; polished
floors, net and nobby; high and slghtly
1 block from car, 83,500; 8WX cash.
F. D. WE AD, 1801 FARNAM ST.
BRAND NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE
In Crelghton'e First addition, just com
pleted, all ready to move Into, strictly
modern, with combination fixtures, fin
ished floors, large living room, full
bricked cellar, with outside entrance; east
front on S4th St.. south of Martha. Price
l1.4fK; 600 to 31,000 down, balance on time.
Letua show you this property.
Payne, Bostwick & Co.
Bole Agents. Main Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
(19 101 14
ON CAR LINE STREET PAVED.
Built 19U7; 8 rooms, cemented basement,
floored nttic; newly decorated; 1R19 N. 33d,
corner Seward; paving paid; 34,200. If not
aold this week will be leased at $35 per
month.. .. ..
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO-,
1001 N. Y.LIfe.. Doug, or A 2152. ,
OWNER LEAVING OMAHA
We offer for a few days fine 6-room
residence on Burt 8t., south front, modern,
good basement and walks. Owner has to
move onto homestead this month. Price
$3,000; $1,000 cash; balance same as rent; If
desired, furnishings. Including piano, will
be sold with the house for $400,
K2 Brandels Bldg.,
119) 108 18
East front on 32d St.. Jfst north of bodge
8t. One of the few choice lots left In
Omsha for sale. If sold this week we
think the owner will take 44.760.
3310 Dewey Ave. This Is a very neat T
room, .ll modern home, with 4 rooms and
hall on. first floor; 3 bed rooms and b(ith
on second. It only requires $1,000 ' to
16th and Farnam. 436 Board of Trade.
(19) 106 15
KOUNTZE PLACE HOME
1808 LOTHROP ST.
On this beautiful street of , fine new
homes, we offer a very attractive house
at a reasonable price, situated on full
south front lot, with nice terrace, which
will be sodded and put in good condition;
cement steps and walks, full basement,
cemented; beautiful oak finish and floors
on first floor; oak floors In all 4 bed rooms
on second floor. All rooms beautifully pa
pered. Satisfactory terms can be arranged
on this house. Look st it today.
HASTINGS & HEY DEN, 1614 Harney St.
(19) 933 14
Three and one-half a;res, $1.3)10.
Seven and one-fifth acres, $3)0.
One-fifth cash, balance five annual pay
Free abstract. Warranty deed.
Both In Keystone Park, Omaha greatest
One mile west of Benson.
We will be peased to show them to you.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor N. Y. Life Bldg. -
'Phones Douglas 1781. Independent A -1188.
(19) 930 14
LIST your property with Chrla Boyer, r4
and Cuming Sta 19) 2
11ANSCOM PAHIv HOME. -
2-story 7-room house, strlcilv modern;
large lot. all kinda of rrees and shrub
bery, lawn; lv blocks from West Leav
enworth car line; full size cement base
ment; will built house, fine home; south
HARWOOD & HARWOOD.
Both 'PnontA 416 Bee Bldg.
(I9 M146 15
OWNER LEA VINO CITY will sell home,
canslsllng of 9-room house, modern ex
cept heat; south front, good location and
neighborhood: near to church, school and
srrect car; good barn and permanent
walks: various kinds of frurt; lot 6xl27;
a pleasant place to live. If interested call
at 27:0 Decatur St. Owner will show
property. Or Tel. Webster 41S9 for price
and Urai. (lft M140 16
Elegant T-room home. tt section of the
city; oak finish and birch upstairs; you
cannot beat this In the city, $4,750. .
Practically new 6-room cottage; close in:
strictly modern; south front; nesr car;
easy terms. $2,800.
Modem 6-rooni house north part of town;
fine neighborhood: cloje to Sherman Ave.
Easy terma. $3,300.
Cannot duplicate this. High class T-room
home; Bemis Park; hot water heat; two
lots: on boulevard. $6,600.
HICKS REAL ESTATE COMPANY.
'Phone, Doug. 1169. 219 Board of Trade.
LAFAYETTE AVE. HOME,
4107 Ifayeite Ave.. $ rooms, oak finish,
mantel and grate, all modern, paved
street, one block to car. only 13.S0O.
Payne, Bostwick & Co.
Bole Agents. Main Floor N. Y. Ufa Bldg.
119) 108 14
Farnam St Property
Very choice corner near the city ball
with five-story brick and stone building.
Well rented and Income growing. $106.0u0.
Harrison & Morton,
TV REAL ESTATE
CITY PROPERTY FOR I ALU
SIXTY ACRK.S In El Reno, Okl.. tn blocks
frcm poetofflce, a town of 12.000. Rm k
Island Railroad Co. building shops; big
ttlng for an-Investor: price, t-'i3.ono-. No
wata Land and Ixjt Co.. Suite 6.'4. N. V.
Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb. 'Phone Red IM.
Open evenlrgs. (19) M916 18
2213 GEORGIA AVE.
Eight rooms, parlor, sitting room, dining
room, den and large kitchen; four bed
rooms on second floor; all modern: fine
comlltlon; shade, fruit, paved etree. on
car line; lot 40x160; only $3,400. Thlg la
the biggest snap on Georgia Ave. today.
Payne, Bostwick & Co.
Main Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
FOR QUICK ACTION.
$5.7.W Reception hell, psrlor, dining room,
kitchen, refrigerator room, 3 bedrooma
and alcove, full cement basement, laun
dry; L-she-i lot, 49x116, south front, 60x50
west froi Ck walking distance.
OAl.UMHIEK A NELSON.
490 BrandiMa Bldg., Omaha Neb.
THEY MUST GO
It's your chance to buy two south front
lots. 100x136 feet, at 6tst and Underwood
Ave.. Dundee, for $1,409 cash; sidewalks,
water and shade trees in; two blocks
from school and club and on csr lino.
No prettier location for a home. Make us
a cash offer today.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
-First Floor N. Y, Life Bldg.
'Phones Douglas 1781, Independent A-1188.
LARGE new mod. 5-r. cottage, cor. lot
100x128, two blocks from ear line; Imme
diate possession; get a home oh easy pay
ments from the owner. Doug. 1663 or even
Ings Web. 4661. 19) M496
REAL ESTATE, IXAN8 and Insurance
List your property with us for sale or
exchange. Walnut and Orchard Hills
Realty Cr.. 4010 Hamilton 8U 'Phones
Harney 8766; Ind.. B-1842. , (19 tot
S4t7 orand Ave., 2 acres, mostly fruit; 6
room nouse ana about 4 acres south of
F. D. WEAD, 1801 FARNAM 8T.
. (19)-864 11
BARGAIN If taken at once 7-room house
and cottage; both all modern. Owner
leaving cily. 2419 Caldwell St.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Figure your rent receiDts. BuoDose vou had
paid that amount on a home of your own?
ni too laie yei.
Look at 2602 8. 20th Ave, rooms, good
home and a good Investment at $1,400.
i-n. zoin, rooms, two-story, barn, big
trees and outhouses; you can't begin to
duplicate It for $1,800.
Four rooms, chicken house, coal house, etc.,
two lots 79x120, only $1,200.
Btven rooms, . modern, paved street, fruit
wees, snaae trees, lot 40x93, JL',500; or will
give you 100 feet front for 83.260.
Well located building lot on Wirt St., only
This Is surely a snap, and tlicn we will loan
you the money to build.
And we have lots more of them. Come In,
you are surriy welcome.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite. (24. N. Y. Life Bldg.,
'Phone P.ed 1999. Open evenings.
5 ACRES IMPROVED
WEST DODGE STREET
New 8-room bungalow, strictly all mod
ern, good barn, 150 assorted fruit trees. 2
years oia; a lo-year-nid apple and cherry
trees; other small fruit; choice location;
M mile from Dodge macadam rood. Haa
own water works system In the house from
winuuuii; win lane new e or 7-room house-1
in gooa location in trada.
HA8T1NG8 ft -HEYDEN. 1614 Harney HI
- (19) 934 14
IF YOU HAVE
City property, farma. ranch lands or mer
chandise to sell or trade, list them with
me. It costs you nothing unless I effect a
sale. W. W. Mitchell. 83$ Bd. Td. bldg.
BOULEVARD HOUSE. $248 North 19th Bt
9 rooms, modern, only $2,600. Thomas
Brennan, room I New York Life Bldg.
NEW. 7 rooms, very choice, Bern Is Part
district. C. M. Rich, 320 N. Y. Life.
D 3023, A 3233. (19)-M969
HOMES IN BENSON Psrt cash; balance
same as rent. W. E. Yarton, 228 8. Or
phanage Ave., Benson. Tel. Benson 681.
(19) M799 A30
6-ROOM modern cottage, on car line and
within walking- distance; hot water heat.
bath, electric lights: bargain; will take
pitxt casn and balance monthly payments.
Call Sunday or after 6 p. m. during week.
2626 avenport. 'Phone ouglaa 4387.
WHEN you write to advertisers, kindly
mention the fact that you aaw the id
In The Be.
FARM AND RANCH LAND FOR S ALB
FARM AND FRUIT LAND.
Denver-Qreeley district, under irrigation;
augar beets, alfalfa, general farming and
fruit raising; low price, easy payment .
National Investment Co., 682 BrandeU
Bldg., Cmaha. Tel. Doujlas 6691. (20) 667
HAVE four oholce Missouri farms In ex
cellent neighborhood, within 25 miles of
Kansas City; prices low. Kelly ft Kelly,
Topeka, Kan. (30) M961 17x
For (HO-Acre Homesteads-
In western Nebraska; 160-acre homesteads
In South Dakota; deeded lands cheap.
PURDY ft BAIR1).
937 NEW YORK LIFE, OMAHA.
- (20) 9H6 14x
Every Day is
460 acres In Brown county within five
mtl- of railroad atatlon; 120 acres In cul
tivation. 10 acres timber. 6 acres bearing
young orchard, balance in hay and pasture;
6-room house, large barn, granary, two
turncribs, wells with windmills and tanks;
"n Is all fenced and cross-fenced. Price,
8J6 per acre on terms covering five years;
part payment can be made In Income prop
erty. There Is no sand on this place.
J. A. LANGAN & SON,
Douglas 1669. 708 N. Y. Life Bldg
FOR SALE, cheap. Improved quarter North
Dakota. 3 miles from Slierwood, In fa
moua Mouse river loop. J. W. Crandall
care Ioyal hotel, Omaha, Neb.
TUESDAY. April $0.
A very low round trip and ons-way rate to
Nowata. We want 18 for special car
I .anil 610 to $26 per acre; 4,600 oil wella In
Nowata county. So better Inveetment on
the face of the earth. Ask Missouri pa
cific Railroad agent for rates. Nowata
1-aod and 1-ot Co, Bull .'4 N Y. i.f9
Bldg, Omaha. Neb. 'Phone Red
Open evenlnga (2u) Ml 19
Farm An rn i..wn for si.k
10.000 ACRES of land now open to entry
undnr the Carey Act at Wheatland. Wyo.
Write us for full Information, how to
get some Of these land. We will locale
you and look after your interests care
fully. This Is a splendid section, the anil
Is rich; It Is a great slfatfa. whe.it, oat,
hsrley. sugar bec and potato country.
Fruit docs well. The land Is ready to
plow. Building materials are -cheap, fuel
Is abundant. We have railroad, school
and church facilities and the beat of
neighbors. This Is a dulry country. You
can get rich farming here. We want you
to have our full descriptive Illustrated
circular at once, free for the asking.
Write; we want to hear from you. In
Oulre of J. R. Ms son, Immigration Agt.,
Wheatland. Wyo. (20
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
SECOND MORTGAGE loana negotiated.
Apply Room 417-18 First Nat l Bank Bldg.
Bell 'phone Douglaa 2318. (22) 629
WANTED City losns and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith ft Co.. 13J0 Farnam St.
If you need a reasonsble loan on well Im
proved Omaha real estate, I can enter
tain your application, at 6 or 6 per cent
Interest, according to location or grade of
property; no delay, and privilege la given
for repayment before maturity.
I. Slbbernsen, KW Old Boston Store Bldg.
PRIVATE money to loan. I. H. Sherwood.
616 Brandela Bldg. (22) 631
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Brandels Bldg.
PAYNE, BOSTWICK ft CO.. N. T. Life.
Private money; $W0 to $5,000; low rate.
$100 TO $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam. '.22) 628
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
te loan on
Omsha Business Property.
Reom L New York Life Bldg.
$600 TO $6,000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co., 1001 N. Y. Life. Doug,
or A-2162. (22)-6I7
MONEY TO BUILD.
$500 to 8200,000 at current rates. .
W. H. THOMAS, 60$ First Nat l Bank Bldg.
$500 to $ 000,000, lowest rates, no delsy.
Garvin Bros., 1604 Farnam. (22) 636
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS for a 6-room house, a
6-room house and a couple of vacant lots.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT COMPANY.
' Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.. Omaha.
'Phone Red 1999.. Open Evenings.
NEW furnaces, hot water and hot air com
bination heating, 3 and 4-hola laundry
hot water heaters, mantle grates, gas
stoves repaired, water- fronts and flower
vsses. Omaha Stove Repair works, 1206.
1208 Douglaa St. 'faonea Ind. A-S621;
Bell, Douglas 960. 349
WANTED TO BUY
FOUR -or 6-room. furnished cottage or flat
Address C 36. Bee. (26) M149 17x
HIGHEST prices for secondhand furniture,
carpets, clothes and shoes. Tel. Doug. 3971.
BEST price paid for secondhand furniture,
carpets, stoves, clothing, shoes. Tel. Doug.
$401. i (26)-641
The Practical Auctioneer. 843 N. Y. Life.
YOUNG ATTORNEY wants-position with
established law firm. Well educated. C
276, care Bee. (37)-rMS5 lSx
WANTED Position by fine penman who
can furafbh references. Address N-319,
care Bee. (27) M990 16x
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
master, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, April
12, 19U0. Sealed proposals, in triplicate, sub
ject to the usual conditions, will be re
ceived here until 11 a. m., Muy 10, 1909, and
then opened In the presence of attending
bidders, for the construction of a new brick
story on Engineers' Barrack, Building No.
46, at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, and for
making the consequent additions to the
heating and electric lighting systems. Full
Information and blank forms of proposals
furnished on application , to this office.
Plans and specifications may be seen here,
also in offices of Chief Quartermasters at
Chicago, Omaha and Denver, Depot Quar
termasters at Philadelphia and St. Louis,
Quartermaster at Columbus Barracks,
Ohio, and Master Builders' Exchange, Kan
sas City, Missouri. United States reserves
the right to accept or reject any or all
proposals or any part thereof. Envelopes
to be endorsed "Proposals Construction
New Brick Story on Engineers' Barrack"
and addressed to Captain William D. Davis,
Quartermaster. All-U-14-16 M8-9
rrt, ITnrt Meade. South Dak,,,, u V
18. 1909 Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will
be received at this office until 10 a, m
mountain time, April 19, 19u9, and then
openea, iwr ii wu.uutuuii, complete, of
approximately twenty-seven miles of barbed
wlp. f.ni-fl around the Kort Lt.. u .... . .
- . OUU I fl
Dakota, military reservation. In accordance
with plans and specifications which may be
had upon application to this office. Bids
are wanted for both concrete and wooden
posta. A deposit of $10, to insure return
is required oefore plans are sent on In
dividual application. The United States re
serves the right to reject any or all bids
or to accept any part of a bid that may be
advantageoua to the government. En
velopes containing proposals should he en
dorsed "Proposals for Fence" and addressed
lo the Constructing Quartermaster, Fort
Meade. South Dakota. M22-23-24-26 A16-16
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha, Nebraska, April 10, 1M4. Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, will be received
here and by Quartermaster -at the post
named herein, until 10 a. m., central stand
ard time. May 10, 19"9, for furnishing outs,
hay and straw during the period from
June 1 to June 30, 19u9, at Fort D. A.
Russell, Wyoming. Pruposais for delivery
at other places will noi be entertained.
United States reserves the right to reject
or accept any or all proposals or any part
thereof. Information furnished on applica
tion here or to Quartermaster at station
named. Envelopes containing proposals
should be marked "Proposals for Forsga,"
and addressed to Major D. E. McCARTHT
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Matthew F. Martin and wife to
the Allisnibra Heal Estate com
pany, lots J and 8. Mock 70.
Alhamhra Real Estate. company
to Matthew F. Mai tin. lot 8 and
wS of lot 7, block !. Omaha...
Edward E. t.e Bean and wife to
W. A. Graves, lots 21 and 22.
block H. Kaunders ft Hlme
Arthur S. Peck to Security Land
snd Trut companv, n8 feet of
lota 16 and 16, block 94. Dun
dee First German Presbvterlan church
of Omaha to L. O. iMdge. n36
feel of s7 2 feet of lot 4, block
Litclmla Carlisle and husband to
Mabel Brown, lot 17, Washington
Anna Eggleston snd husband to
Thomas E. Eggleston. lot $.
block 8. Shelby's addition
Byron R. Hastings, trustee, to
John If. Kehoe and wife, lot 12,
replat of block 3, Military addi
tion National Bank of Commerce to
WllllHin A. Roeck. lot 1, block
0. Prospect Place
Oscar A. Carlson to Slgrld Carl
son, half Interest In eM, of lot
16 and w4 lot 17. block 1,
Peter Peterson and wife to Joseph
llalne, lot 8, block 12, Brown
John ,1. O'Connor and wife to
Charles P. Hupp, lot 6, block 68,
Charles E. Campbell and wife to
Lydla A. Bevlngton. s40 feet of
lot 9. block 47. South Omaha....
Virginia C. Hanscom to Edward
A. Cudnhy, lots 6 and 6, and
H of lots 7 and 8. block 109.
United Real Estate and Trust com
pany to H. M. Johnson, lot 4,
block 223, Kountse Place ....... .
Alfred L. Slater to Edward Mar
tin. w42 feet of lot U, block 6.
Edward T. Heyden and wife to Ds-
. vlrt J Traill, lots 9 and 10, block
Dora M. Oisen to Ida B. Falcon
bery, 39 feet of el 19 feet of lot
16, Pelham Place
Anna Kohra to Frank Dworak, lot
1, block 7, Brown Park
Luther M. Kuhns et al. to Bertha
C. Plxton, lots 11 and 13. block
4. Kilby Place.
Olive Hamilton to A. F. Rap, s4
of lot 21, Glenwood Heights....
C. L. Beals to Thomas Herd and
wife, lots 13 and 14. block 16,
Housel & Stebbtnn' addition
Thomas J. Knox and wife to Au
gusta J. Johnson, lots 24. 26 and
26, block 13T. Rose Hill
Zelda Robinson to Joseph B. Rob
inson and Harry A. Wolf, s44
feet of nfcS feet of lot 8, block
Albert H. Olmstead to Robert B.
Olmstead, lot 26. block 2, Clark
Dora M. Olsen to Ira M. Horton,
n28 feet of lot 16 (except wl5
feet) and el 19 feet of lot 17. Pel
ham . Place 1
Florence F. Craig and husband to
Walter M. Chrlslensen. lots 83
and 34. block 6, Lake View
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Local b 12:40 pm b 1:40 pra
Valley Local (motor,
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Local passengers not carried on trains
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Chicago Local all: 30 am a 8:28 pm
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Chicago Express a 7:15 am a 8:46 pm
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm a 8:80 am
Minn. -St. Paul Express b 7:16 am
Minn. -St. Paul Limited. a 6:00 pm a 8:30 am
Omaha-Ft. Dodge L'cal.a 4:1$ pm all:30 am
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Nebraska points ,.
Lincoln Fast Mall
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St. Louis Express
Karsas City ft St. Joe.
Kansas City ft St. Joe.
Kansas City ft St. Joe.
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Bloux Citv Paaaenarer. ..b 3:00 Dm
Saux City Local r 8:45 am
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Auburn Local b $:60 pm bll:80 am
a Daily, b Dally except Sunday. bun
day only, d Dally except Saturday-
VAST XXPXZSS SUKTICB
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Kronprlui Win. ..April U k. Wm. Sa lir a ..April ft
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Mais April 15 Breslaa April a
On-iaenau April MlKitarfusrat Mar I
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ailing at It A. M.
F Irana April IT N tar M. ,
K Albert April M baruaraaaa Mat I
ai alla at Alglara. '
Zforth Oarmaa X.loj Travelers' Cheeks.
Oalrtchs ft Ce Agents, Broadway, at. Y
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Corn Show Makes
for Better Boys
as Well as Grain
Influence of National Exposition Ha$
. Reformed at Least One
Besides Inspiring the country to grow bet
ter corn, the National Ourti. exposition Is
the cause of Kansas growing better boys.
Bradford Miller, president of the Shaw
nee county corn contest, who was an ex
hibitor In Omaha last year and will be
again this year. Is authority for the state
ment thnt the Interest In the corn grow
ing for the National Corn exposition has
already Improved the moral status of
Shawnee county boys )and completely re
formed one hoy who had a reputation bad
enough for an older person.
This boy was sent to the reformatory
for a number of offenses and an effort
made In that way to check his fast career.
While In the reformatory he got a copy of
the National Corn exposition premium list
and told his Instructors he knew ho could
produce corn which would win prizes at the
big Omaha show.
They decided to pnrote him to a fnrmer
and give him jn opportunity to cultivate
some corn for the exposition.
He haa his ground ready and twenty ears
of high class seed. He's known In the
neighborhood where he Is living as a
"corn crank." and though hut 15 years of
age. Is reading all the books he can secure
about practical scientific farming.
The exposition management has scut him
Prof. Holden's book, "Successful Farming,"
and that of Prof, M. L. Bowman on
TWO JUDGES GET TOGETHER,
SUTTON GIVING DAY A LIFT
Jaryman Being; Questioned Before
Jnd (re Satton Haa Doubt A boat
Lawyer Being; Handsome.
Two judges got together and expedited
matters In district court Wednesday morn
ing. While Judge Day was charging the
jury In the suit of Mrs. Clara Faus against
J. B. Cross for selling her husband llyuqr.
Judge Sutton was Impaneling a jury which
will sit under Judge Day in a will case.
It Is the appeal in the matter of the will
left by Mrs. Mary A. Gray, who died at
Waterloo, November 8, 1907. She left nearly
all her property to her sister. Mrs. Electa
A. Teal, and other heirs contested probate
In county court, but Judge Leslie ruled
against them. J. C. Wharton and B. O.
Burbank represent the appellants and Mc
Ol I ton ft Gaines and T. A. Holllnter are
counsel for Mrs. Teal.
General Wharton, examining Jurors, ap
peared much exercised lest veniremen know
Holllster. "Which Is Holllsterr asked one
"That handsome fellow there," answered
The Juryman aurveyed Holllster critically.
"I ! voted for him," he declared, "but T
couldn't call him, that."
Mrs-. Gray's estate Is worth $7,000.
SUNDAY SCHOOLS AID FUND
Chnreh Organisations Promote Col
lection for New Chi la Sav
A magto lantern show by the Hanscom
Park Best Ever club,, composed of Robert
Buckingham, A. D. Cloyd, Frederick Carey,
Chauncey Davidson, John Davidson, Edwin
Hlnrlcks, Albert Nuelson, Erwln Nuelson,
Willie Denney and Clarence Adams, netted
$5.60 tot tho building fund of the Child
A committee of boys, living In the west
ern part of Omaha, collected funds by
selling bricks for the foundation to. the
new building, and Ray Millard, Wyman
Robbing, Edward Crofoot and Donald Hall
turned in $22.75.
Sunday schools are also taking an active
Interest In the work, and the following
sums have been turned In:
North Presbyterian Sunday school. $
First Presbyterian Sunday school.
First Baptist Sunday school. South
Mrs. Strqker's Methodist Episcopal
Sunday school, South Omaha
Additional subscriptions reported Tues
Previously acknowledged $47,067.95
W. C Sunderland... '20O.OO
ir. r. b. uwen
Dr. 8. H. Smith
Dr. Robert Olimore
George ft Co
Peters Trust company
H. K. Rurket
North Presbyterian 8unday school.
J. C. Bufflngton
C. H. Lane ,
Collected by five boys for the brick
IRufus Park, Jessie Park Barlow..
Mrs. George L. Fisher
First Presbyterian Sunday school.
George L. Hill
First Baptlat Sunday school, South
Standard Electric company
Ed 6 Dyball
Hanscom Park Boys' Best Ever
Mrs. Stryker'a Methodist Episcopal
Sunday school, Boulh Omaha.... 6.00
Dundee Grocery compsny .)
Thomas Dunkln 1 00
J. J. Donahue 5 00
C. E. Addis 8 oo
Mrs. John H. Harte 4 00
Margaret Solomon ;.6o
Alma Solomon 2.50
Gladya Solomon ; j &o
Edwin Solomon 2.60
Guy D. Solomon 1 oil
Mrs. T. J. Beats 1 00
Balance to raise
SEVERAL OMAHANS MAY BUY
LOTS IN HOLDREGE PLACE
Judge Salllvaa Is Negotiating; for
Part of Property Opposite
. Hanscone Park.
Negotiations are pending between a
number Of Omaha buyers and the Gate
City Land and Investment company, own
ers of the G. W, Holdrege residence and
lota In Windsor Plac, and the present week
may see It divided Into set era) pieces for
Judg J. J. 8ulltvan has signified lila In
tention of taking tsvo lots opposite Han
scom park and erecting on them a new res
idence to coat a considerable sum.
Mrs. Harriet II. Heller will take two lots
If the property Is divided satisfactorily
and erect on them aeveral good houses.
The old Holdrege home will be sold, but
a buyer' has not been located as yet. Mr.
Holdrege haa not made known his plans
for buying a home and may spend some
time on his ranch, making It hla home tem
porarily. Thomas H. Mattera. head of the Gate City
Land and Investment company. Is in South
Dakota, where he haa extensive land hold
ings, and desls for (he property will not
be closed until hla return.
A Total Eclipse
of the functions of stomach, liver, kid
neye and bosels. la quickly disposed of
with Electric Bl iters. 60c, For sals ''by
Beaton Drug- O
PROBLEM OF UNEMPLOYED v "
BEFORE FIFTY-TWO SOCIETIES
Proposition W III .tie Dlsenaaed by 41
lien) Charfts . Oraanlsalloas of.
V Two ,( Itlrs. ...
"The Problem of tin l'nemplo ed ' lha
subject for the meeting Friday of thaAs.,
soclatcd Charities of.- Omaha ndSoutl
Oninhn and nffillnt.-d 1 rgsnlx4fns. ol
which there are ftftj 4wtT m -all. ' Tfi
monthly conferences have been' gtvwln
In Interest snd attcildance until fl0 n
large room Is needed Iti accommodate tlicm.
Frldsy's conference. will be held at 3 p. m.
In the city council chamber. John 3. ,Ryder,.
will present a paper .dialing w)th.,tha.
problem In Ms general, aspects and C. C.
Bclden will lefcd the dlwusslop. Several .
other prominent business runn who arc sr..
tlvcly Interested Will e alsof 44ika part In
the program. - v '
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IN A FEW liAYS
-iiaa miiaiarT ..yy . ...
My life is devoted to lhn prartlr of my '
specialty, which Is the curing of Ruptnre.
1 do not- resort to dishonest methods to ln-
duce a patient to place hlms.-lf under my
dui anuuiu nae 10 nave 'every rup
tured person as patit-nts If thry wHl m
to me on a strictly professional basis. -aU'
though M I iiave lo offer any Inducement
other than my ability, skill and success
ful experience, I prefer' to have thm go "'
to someone cine. Any' ruptured person Is -Invited
to wing his physician with him
wnon he visits my consultation rooms. It
Is a pleasure for me to explain my methods
to the doctur who can comprehend and ap- '
predate them. Then I can snow their
prai-itcal applicaltonand treatment of hla
patient a case. .1 do not claim oy won-. :'
derful or aecret method, but I. have orig
inated more successful ideas for the cure
of rupture without a surgical operstio!)
than i have ever adopted from others. The
best treatment is none loo good, no matter
whether It is a mild or complicity case.
Io not become a victim of neglect. Dk .
CIDEI . . ;..''.
Your health, strength and 'freedom from
worry can be secured only by doing your
part; that Is, to come here where I can.
give you personal professional servirs. I
wish lo Impreas upon your mind that I
have a cure or rupture without resorting -to
a surgical operatkin. I am . the-fmlv
reputable physician In this line of work
who suststns a high hsnk rating that will '
take such cases for treatment upon a guar- -.
antee to cure.- You -may deptwlt Jhe money
in a hank In your nwn tmme. and whm'n .
you are Rtin,1 a cure-Jias town -mads yen",
then Instruct the bark to pay the monsv
to me. Hy doing this you are absolutely
rr-rlaln of a cure of It will eoM you. noh-' '
Ing. If I wis not perfectly iir of my
Work I could not do luiNlneas In this wsy
very long, but Instead have been doing siy
for II years, and adopted this plan hecauss '
so many have been swindled by quacks and
fakirs, fall or write to
FRANK M. WRAY, M. O..
Bolt aoa, Bee id.-, Omaha, .
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