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THE REE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. APRIL 23. 190.
POULTRY AND EGGS
R C. R. 1. RED KOO for sale. Pen eggs,
31 5 per 18 Jr 100 : rrom Pna scoring
M te M ran 11 pr IS. f per ino. J. W.
Abraham. Valley. Neb. (U)-MM
r. KICK MINORCA ecss for setting.
II for 11 Tel. Harney aa. ll)-M2 M2x
IARVE PTO. CO., Job printing and calen
dar. 1Mb Cap. Am. Phono lad.
KKAL ESTATU DEALERS.
rtEKD ABSTRACT CO.. Eat. 1866; prompt
service; gl our prices. 1714 Farnam SU
. - . i
REAL. E8TATB TITLE-TRUST CO.
CHAS. aV WILLIAMSON. President.
PATNE INV.. CO.. first floor
N. T. U
BENJAMIN R. E.
CO., 477 Brandels Bldg.
A- DARLI NO,
Tela. D. 3034 or A-1IS22.
WALKl'P REAli ESTATE CO.. o Pexten
block. ' ' (1)-MW7 Mayll
'TV PROPERTY POR ALB
IMPROVED ACRE TRACTS
AT REDUCED PRICES
31. so for 3 ecrea. all under
motivation, 7 blocks from end
of car line in Florence, baa b
roQiri house, large barn, new
,-blfken iconp, cave,-good well,
oung fruit of all klnda. elec
trlo light In street. Immediate
Fneaeeslon.. Price good for a
ew days only. Investigate.
GKORUFj at CO.. Fsrnsm Bt.
Thone Doug. 7M.
. " . . . 191-707 23
One mile northwest poatofflca, S-room
modern house, now ready for occupancy;
lot 0x1Z7 ft.; paved street; t'W cash, bal
ance very eaaiy. Price only 3S.7SO.
F. P. WEAD, 1801 FARNAM ST.
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HOWE AND INVESTMENT.
Rerrptjnn hall, parlor, dining room and
kitcheik three' bedrooms and bath; strictly
modern, full .basement, large lot, room to
build another house; easy walking distance.
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
' 49(1 . Rr&ndeis Bldg.; Omaha, Neb.
... (l)-M743 23
AT -LAST! AT LAST!
Ti.ey see fmltmed, those four new. modern
houses at SRth and Marcy Sts. Now Is your
cltmcei to birr the awcllest home In Omaha.
Ixu.k these over and' make offer.
Iet ua show you t-lwv ewellest little S-room
cnttsge In BemlS". Park.. Price Just right.
Terms. " .. .
We have vacant lots In all parts of th
city. Csll for our list before buying.
Both 'Phons. . :. . 41 Bee Bldg.
(19) M736 23
!th and Farnam. - 4M Board of Trad Bldg.
On asth Ave.' between Poppleton Ave and
Woolworth Ave. we. have a new s-room
thoroughly modern home, finished In oak
throughout on first floor, large living room
with brlok ftre(lace. seats, etc.; 4 good bed
rooms and Tear sleeping porch, large, attic,
cistern In kitchen and laundry. Everything
of beat construction 47,750.
On Dwwey Ave., nesr S4th we have a new
7-room. ell modern ybouse. finished In quarter-sawed
oak on first floor; 4 rooms and
hsll downstairs and 3 good bedrooms and
bath on second; combtnstlon gas and elec
tric fixtures. ' A thoroughly well built
home. About 11,600 cash, balance monthly.
Near the above we have, another 7-room
house, same arrangement of rooms, thor
oughly modern, for It.").
Do you know that good desirable lots In
the Wee Farnam district are almost as
scarce at hens' teetht The trftaxlK ft. lot
faring east on 32d fit. between Mrs. Hor-
barh's anil Judge Kennedy's homes Is one
of the few good ones left. This Is the
cream of the Farnam district. Think we
ran make a price of 14,750 if sold this week.
The northwest- corner, of 19h and Web
ster St., one. ".room modern house, two -
rooni houses-and one 8-room house; lot
ieixlM ft., right in town;' rent for about 11.800
per year.. Price, $14.6flO.
Hix modern .brli k houses close In. rented
for more than $3.w0 per year. 131,000.
Three modern brfc'k houses on close in
corner, rented for fl,7H0. A big buy at
Two new v modern flats and three new
modern frame houses on good corner, rent
for It.KO. Price. t,J0.-
See ua for houses and lots In all parts of
ths city; .
Phone Dctig. 1610.
4M Board ofTrade Rldg.
(1 713 23
. If you Intend buying from two te ten
teres of land for a pleasant and profitable
euntry home near Omaha,-ask us about
he sis little farms ws are offering.
Lew prices, easy terms If you want, also
will set out and cultivate an orchard
'ree of charge en any tract you select.
Three Monks, from pared road and close
o rar line and town. We will be pleased
o show tbem te you.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Fioer N. T. L. Rldg Tel. Doug. 1781,
. .-: '-In. A-11M.
LORENCE PRO PERTY
. 18 VERY CHEAP
7 indis bound to Increase In value very
vVe have seme geod bargains to offer In
I .scant aad Improved property.
Have aarerat Jarge jots lea we t-sn sell
or 1176 each On terms of
I r ts CASH,. 16 A MONTH
J None ever three' blocks from car line.
' See us at ones about them. A good way
'o get started to save tour money, at the
arne time get the advance in price.
'iATIK(li a HETUEN, 114 Harney St.
" ,'"' tl-l 13
:.v. WE 1LAVE
A NEW PRINTED LIST OF
. b0 HOMES
RANGING IN PRICE FROM
. :$i,ioa TO $7,500
that w. -wwnt everyone who la interested
m buy lag a heme te get and look over,
kvery house on the list Is good value.
CU at eur eftioe or telephone and ws will
ff.STf4 to you have one.
UATlNO MKYDEN. 1414 Harnev Bt.
. ' v- i ) a
lFW, T newts, very choice. Bern Is Pvk
a) sua, A 2U -Uj.Uict
CITY PROPKHTT MR SALB.
W Wnnt Money,
That's the Reason
We will sell you 2fi02 S
home of momi- 31.400
Ave a good ,
ttm N. JSIh-7 room, hern and crty wster,
Foiir-rtom house, loin T!xlJh. chicken
house, coal house. etr.-31..
And tlien we have the cutest, most
ger 5-room bungalow you ever m at li.fcO
M0 rash, balance $3 per month
NOWATA LAN II AND UVT CO..
Suite. K N. Y. Life HJdg.
Phone Red 1W. Omaha. .Neb.
Open evenings. (Wl-Mii K6.
R-ROOM Bt NOAI.OW.
Modern ex. heat, brand new.
l.erac lot; paved street.
NEAR REM IS PARK.
Price $2.&on. KaKv terras.
P. O. NIE1JEN.
703 N. T. I Bldg. Both phones.
WORTH LOOKING AT
2v) cash, tnkes a S-room. nearly ne
not far from good car line.
t-room house at 30th
buy a -room modern house with hot water
beat, near Corby and Sherman Ave.
$n rash takes this modern 6-room houaa,
near Burt and Boulevard.
for a BRANT NEW S-room house In Bemia
Park district, modern, oak finish, excep
tionally well built. Owner will occupy
suon If not sold.
Finest home In Hanscom Park neighbor
hood, 10 rooms and modern.
Make appointments to look at thesa.
DARLING & DARLING
ON BEAUTIFUL 80TH AVE.
Houea and full lot fronting east on tOth
St.. and west on 80th Ave. One of the best
nelahborhoods in the city. Room for flats.
Now offered by heirs and F. U. Wead, 1801
Farnam Bt. . (l)-64 U
$2,600 for new 6-room house
and about bh acres, on paved
road. Easy terms.
14,500 for new -story, t-room
houee and 6.7 acres near paved
road. Fine view.
11. W0 (or nearly ( acres unim
proved, lying high and sightly,
affording a beautiful view.
Several other choice tracts,
suitable for country homes, sll
on easy terms, at from 1250
per acre up.
GEORGE A CO, AGENTS.
1801 Farnam St. Phone Doug. 7Bt.
A OOZY HOME.
Eight-room house, strictly modern, 232S
Locust St; Ipt 40xl4N ; fine lawn, shrubbery,
fruit trees, bam, coal shed; block from
24th St. car. If you're looking for a good
home you can't beat It. Price, W.OOO. Graham-Peters
Realty Co., M2 New York LKe
Bldg., Omaha, Both Phones. UO M6M 23
Out of three only one left of modern, new
cottages, 18th near Vinton, $300 cash, bal
ance easy. F, D. Wead, 1801 Farnam St
South front, 60x125, at 61st and Underwood
Ave., Dundee; on grade, walks, water and
gaa and shade trees in; worth $000; Ownsr
win take casn.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO..
First Floor N. T. L. Bldg. TeL Doug. 17(0,
6-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE, k .
near 26th and Davenport Bt.
P. O. NIEL8EN,
70g N. T. Ufa Bldg. Both 'Phones.
(19 611 23
80 A, $200 an Acre
IVs miles from court house (Improved.)
Harrison & Morton,
1 Tl 23
John Morrison House
Large t-room house, diagonally across
from Rome Miller's J25.000 country home.
Grand Ave. and Florence boulevard. House
fronts south and east. In a setting of fine
old forest trees; beautiful outlook to the
east over Mrs. Levi Carter park, the Mis
souri liver valley and the Iowa hills. Mr,
Morrison has removed from the city, but
Is here temporarily and while here wishes
this property sold. Former price, 17,000
present price, 35.S0O. Act quickly. -
Harrison & Morton,
On Madison Ave., Just north of the Slier
man apartments; 46x127, 3900. Won't last
long. Uet busy.
THE BYRON REED CO..
'Phone Doug 27. 312 So. 14th St.
IF TOU HAVB
City property, rarms. ranon lands or mer
chandise, to sell or trade, list them with
me. It costs you nothing unless I effect a
sale. W. W. Mltcheu, 433 BO. Td. bldi
LARGE new mod. fc-r. cottage, eer. lot
100x181. two blocks from car line; Imme
diate possession; get a bums on easy pay.
ments from the owner. Doug. 16S3 or even.
Ings Web. 461. 1 Mi
BOULEVARD HOUFB. 2243 North HHh It
rooms, modern, only 31600. Thomas
Brennan. room l New York Ufa Bldg.
Hanscom Park, new, modern dwellings.
I am building 1 block south of H'anacom
Park, facing east on 21st St. Will mske
low figure and easy payments. Call ms
CHARLE8 W. 1NDKRHILL.
331 Board of Trade Bldg. Tel. Doug 2210.
A Bl'SI NKtiS LOT
on Cuming St., only TOO.
P. O. NIELSEN.
N. Y. Life Bldg. Both 'Phones.
(19) 610 22
DON'T BE FOOLED.
These people wjio advertise as owners
and tell you that you caji save commission
by buying of the owner are trying to fool
you. WHO Bl'ILT OMAHA? Look at our
list; then compare ."owner a prices.
NOWATA lJt.ND A LOT CO..
Suite b4 N. V. Life Bldg .
'Phone Red Omaha. Neb.
Open Evenings. U Matt U
PETERS TRl'ST CO..
NEW YORK LIKE BLIM1
Ws want large luana on well located,
first class city property.
We can place large amounts at low rales.
Peters Trust Company.
New York Life Building
OWNER SAYS SELL
Fins six-room residence on Burt St. facing
the Boulevard, modern In every way, good
basement and walks The owner Is ohliged
to go on his homestead this week. Price,
S-.fku. Mm tash. lalsnre same as rent.
NATIONAL INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Uranueis Bldg , Omaha, Neb
$3,(100115 N. L'Sth Ave.
Just finished; 7 rooms, built In first
class manner; maple doors and blrrti fin
ish, cemented cellar with floor drain and
fine furnace: large floored attic; combina
tion light fllturei; cement walks sill nr
laid this rrk. This is a khowy house
and should be seen to be a pirerialed. In
quire V. !I7 Cap lul Ave or Trl. D. Vii No
commission added to price. (1 Miji At
CITT PROPERTY FOR SALB
BOITH FIDE HOME
at W Pine street.
Vestibule, reception ball, parlor, sitting
room, dining room and kitchen, lavatory on
first floor; 4 bed rooms and bath upetaira;
stairway in lioorea sine; not wiirr nmi.
bonae 'I year old; large baaement with sep
arate laundry room lathed and plastered,
outalde cellarwav; hmirn- la back plasteied.
oak flnieh and oak floora: lot soxlSO; paving
all paid for. An kleal home at less than
W. H. GATES. Role Agent.
117 N. T. Life. Phone D. 14.
1 19) ni 23
Acre lot Dundee and tvuntry club, on
Sightly ridge. F. D. Wead. lsVi Farnam St.
(l) 1S M
SPLENDID MODERN HOME
At low price, on La Fayette Ave., near 41st
HI., pnved and paid for. Houtn rrnni. nne
terri"e, Iswn. trees, cement walks. 7
rooms, laundry In basement, cistern,
beautiful locution, near car. Will pay
you to Investigate If you want a GOOD
home In deolrahle locMtlon. Tel. Herney
KleX OW Ml 23
REAL ESTATE, IjGaNS and Insurance
List your property with us for sale or
exchange. Walnut and Orchard Hills
Reslty Co.. 4010 Hamilton St 'Phones
Harney S7S; Ind.. B-U41 tit 1M
LIST your property with Chris Boyer. 22
aad Cuming Sts 19) 623
HO-ACRE homeetesds: cheap relinquish
ments. J. Berlins, Whitman, Neb.
HOMES IN BENSON Part cash; balance
same as rent. W. E. Tsrton. 228 S. Or
phanage Ave.. Bcnwn, Tel. Renoon Ml.
(19) m;w A30
FARM AND RANCH LASU FOR SALB
COLORADO IRRIGATED SNAP.
40 acres Joining townslte. twelve miles
from Denver; fruit and vegetable land;
lies beautifully; fine view of the moun
tains; Ideal for home or Investment This
will be sold at one-half Its present value
if at once.
NATIONAL INVESTMENT CO.,
182 Brandels Bldg., Omaha. Nab.
('JO j 269
Can von raise EIGHT CROPS OF AI-
FALFA yearly and sell It for $1150 a ton?
Also TWO CROI"S OF CORN 7 Can you
raise orangfr, lemons and other eemltrop'
leal fruits? NOl But you can In the
Bonora. Mexico, on main line of 8. P. Ry.,
fronting west on Gulf of California. Flue
climate, good markets at hand, paying big
prices. 4UXOU0 acres under Irrigation.
If you want to buy this land at $25 per
acre In five yearlv payments Including per
petual water right, ACT NOW, and Join
NEBRASKA- AND IOWA COLONY.
Excursion Mav 4. Write for particulars.
Hackett-Stillman Land Co., Agts.
121-22 N. T. Life, Omaha, Neb. Doug. S972.
() Mi4Z 1
Best Irrigated Lands In ths West
.... ars in the
SCOTT'S BLUFF COUNTRT,
Famous North Platte Valley
. - '4
April 27, 1909
Thirty thousand acres of fertile
land In a splendid climate, watered
by one of the biggest irrigation sys
tems in the country. No Nebraska
land of equal area will support mors
Men from the South Platte country
and Greeley, Colo., eay the advan
tages of the North Platte are super
ior and the prices are one-fourth to
one-third. Read again; think.
Irrigated lands advance steadily to
3.100 and $600 per acre; they never go
back. Think once more; act
TVESDAT. APRIL 27. we begin the sale
of the Famous Trl-Btate land at Soott's
Bluff, Neb. This land, which Is owned by
the Tr1-8tate I-and company, of which Mr.
U. A. Cud ah y la president, is under the
one of the largest irrigation systems In the
west. It Is half again as large as the Im
mense government Pathfinder canal.
The Tri-State Land company has practi
cally first water right out of the North
Platte river, and for an immense amount
This magnificent body of land at Scott's
Bluff represents ths
Best There is in Irri
The two big canals, the Government and
the Tri-State. represent a combined cost
of nearly 34,000,000. This is evidence of the
value of the lands. The prices at present
Prices and Terms
These Tri-State lands lie so perfectly
that a flat price has been made on the en
tire tract.. We will sell uncultivated land at
370 per acre; cultivated land at w per acre.
No more than IdO acres will be sold to
any one purchaser. Speculators not wanted;
this Isnd is for homeseekers, who will
move onto the land and improve It, or Im
prove and rent It.
ONLY ONE-FIFTH CASH, balance in
Bine annual payments; first payment due
two years after date of purchase. These
are the famous I'nlon Psciflc terms, which
have been so popular with homesetkeis.
To the first twenty buyers, or until J.ono
acres is sold a discount of 35 iter acre will
be made on the purchase price, on condi
tion that the purchaser improves it this
year by building a house and barn cost
ing not less than tl.iMI.
Paid-up water rigni rrom the best canal
ever consirucled goes with each acre.
For further particulars, sea or writs
Payne Investment Co.
General Colonisation Agents,
New York Life Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
(Or any of its associate agents, i
FARM FOR SALE
luO acres Improved farm. 16 miles out,
one mile to ststlon; good orchard; lots of
fruit; wo'th W.tiiiu. Will take 3t,Sou, If
ran sell at once; 32,5oO rash, balance long
lime; possession at once.
J. H. SHERWOOD,
613 Brandela Bldg.
FARM AXn HACH LAU FOR SAI.B
1,720 Acres North Platto
Fsrmlng. erasing and hav hind; one mile
wster (runt; f.6u an acre. A baraain.
(40 Acres Republican Valley
All fenced; 500 acres good farm land; 1S0
acres in crop; fis an acre.
1G0 Aerea Deuel County
Unimproved, as fine as anything In ths
ite, IIS an acre.'
160 Acres Unimproved Land
Joining tho town of Otis. Crlo.. could be
sold out In small sctesge, tl OHO.
Fine Improved Farm
Nesr Newport. Rock cout.ty, nil fine land,
worth $4. Goes for . an acre. If aold
W. W. MITCHELL,
Board of Trade Bldg. Omaha, Nb.
IS BARGAIN DAY
We have a farm of about 160 acres within
4 miles of two large towns. In the southeast
part of Washington county. The farm Is
fenced and has a good deal of fruit
planted on it, but the buildings, although
comfortable, are not new. Almost all the
soil Is black loam and raises large crops.
The price Is low snd It would be a grand
investment for any man.
J. A. Langan & Son.
'Phone Doug. 1569.
im N T. Life Bldg.
120) M 883 IS
BELIEVE WE HAVE THE BEST.
KANCH IH N rj 15 rLA BKA.
l.tMlO acres, two big lakes, running
and everything that YOU want
ranch; price, J18 per acre.
Open evenings. ,
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bid.
Phone Red W.
Texas State Land
$1.00 to $400 an Acre
School Lands In Different Counties. More
Than l.OnO.oOO Acres to Be Sold
Before June 30.
One-fortieth cash and balance In 40 years.
You can buy SM acres of the beat, pay 332
cash and no more for 40 years, but 3 per
cent tntereet on the balance. As good land
aa Kansas, Missouri or Illinois at I If) per
acre, end better climate. Write us for
further Information. Inclose c for reply.
INVESTOR PUBLISHING CO., Amarillo,
Texas. C)-M7.3 26x
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C. '
Prince Rupert Terminus of Grand Trunk
Pacific. First official auction sale of lots
eammences May 26 at Vancouver, B. C.
jrerms, quarter cash. For maps, -etc., write
C. D. Rand, Agent for Government and
Railway, Vancouver. B. C. (40) M27 26x
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans.,
Peters Trust Co.
SECOND MORTGAGE loans' "negotiated.
Apply Room 417-13 First Narrijank Bldg.
Bell -phone Douglas 2318. !) J3
loans and warrants. W.
A Co.. l?J0 Farnam St,
PRIVATE money to loan.
(13 Brandela Bldg.
J. H". Sherwood.
PATNE. BOSTWICK CO., N. Y. Life.
Private money; 36U to 35,000; ow rate.
MONEY TO BUILD.
3500 to 3700,000 at current rates,
H. THOMAS, fc First Nat l Bank Bids.
LOWEST RATES Bemls.
1100 TO 3W.0C0 made promptly. F.
Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
te loan on
Omaha Business Property.
Raom L New York Life Bldg.
300 to 1300,000, lowest rates.
Gvrvln Bros.. 1604 Farnam.
ffrOO TO 18.000 on bomee In Omaha. O' Keefe
Real Estate Co., 1001 N. Y. Life. Doug,
or A-2153. (23) 07
MONEY TO LOAN-
Payne Investment Co.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS for a 6-room house, a
t-room house snd s couple of vacant lota
NOWATA LAND AND IX3T COMPANY.
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha.
'Phone Red Vm. Open Evenings.
NEW furnaces, hot water and hot air com
bination heating, 2 and 4-hole laundry
hot water heaters, mantle grates, gaa
stoves repaired, water fronts and flowet
vases. Omaha Stove Repair works. 1208
1208 Douglas St. 'Pkiones' Ind. A-3&J1;
Ben. uousias woo.
WANTED TO 6UY
HIGHEST prices for secondhand furniture,
carpets, clothes and shoes. Tel. Doug. 3V71.
BEST price paid for secondhand furniture,
carpets, stoves, clothing, shoes. Tel. Doug.
6401. (26) 641
The Practical Auctioneer. 343
N. T. Life
STANDARD upright piano,
WANTED To buy laying hens. Inquire
W. 11. Thomas, Brandeia Stores.
- (Jo) 702 24
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED to rent May 1. 6 or -rbom mod
ern house. Must be In good neighbor
hood. Will lHFe for year. References.
No children. Slate terms. Y 162. Bee.
WANTED 3 furnished rooms. May 1. Ixth
rop school district. L. H. Vorce. 1824 Bln
ney 81. 2B 3u2 23
WHEN writing to advertisers, kindly men
tion The Bee.
WANTED By a Filipino boy a place to
work for board while attending Hoyles'
Business college Beat of recommenda
tions. Address Fermm Gamo, Crawford,
Neb. (27)-M3kl6 2&X
BUNDLE washing to take home. 'Phone
Webster 131 (J) M530 23
WANTED A position in a furniture store;
had 8 years experience and can give
good references. Address H 314, care Bee.
JAPANESE wsnts situation as rook,
waiter, porter and bouse cleaning. Write
please, H. N. 411 N. 26th Si.. South
Omaha, ' (21 11677 23x
WHEN you write to advertlaeia, remem
ber that it takes but an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention (he fact that
)ou saw the ad In The Bee.
OFFICE OK CONSTRUCTING gL ARTER-
master. Cheyenne, Wyo., Marcn 24. us..
Scaled proposals In trlplicste will be re
ceived at this office until I to a. in., moun
tain time. Ssturday. April M, lwe. at which
time they will be opened In public, for fur
nishing all labor and material required In
the construction and remodeling of an slec
trlo lighting system at Fort l A. Russell,
wyo.. Including the loitowing uems: i.
Constructing primary, sectinoary, service.
transmission and alreet ngm lines, rumisii
ing and Installing cut-outa and street lamp
brackets and Installing transformers, re
moving part and remodeling part of the
old line. 2. Furnishing all Tungston lamps.
switchboards and all apparatus for sub
station. 3. Furnlshlitg all Watt meters and
transformers. 4. Installing Interior conduit
wiring and arc lamps for electric lighting
cavalry drill hall. 6. Construction of a
building for transformer sub-station, all In
accordance with plsns and specifications
prepared In the office of the quartermaster
general, I'nlted States army. Plans and
specifications are on file In this office and
In the office of chief quartermaster, De
partment of the Missouri. Omaha, Neb.;
chief quartermaster, Department of Colo
rado, Denver, Colo.; chief quartermaster.
Iepartment of the Iaikes, Chicago, 111.;
depot quartermaster, St. Louis, Me., and
quartermaster. Fort Leavenworth, Kan.
The government reserves the right to ac
cept or reject any or all bids or any part
thereof. Envelopes containing proposals
should be endorsed "Proposals for Re
modeling Electric Light System at Fort D.
A Russell. Wyo," snd addressed to Cap
tain V. K. Hart. Fifteenth Infantry, act
ing quartermaster, I'nlted States army, In
charge of construction, room 3, Keefe hall,
Cheyenne. Wyo. M26-i7-2-80A23-t3
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QVARTF.R
master. Fort Iavenworth, Kansas, April
a. lis. Pealed propoeels. In triplicate, sub
ject to the usual conditions, will be received
here until 11 m rontral time. May 20,
190". end then opened In the presence of
sttendina bidders for the construction of a
two-comDanv barracka. Includlne- plumbing
steam lientlnr .lrlnir and tnstallina elec
tric lighting fixtures; one stable, including
plumbing. Installing- Interior conduit, wiring
snd fixtures for electric lighting: one gun
sned. one wireless telearaoh station, tnciuu
Ing plumbing snd electric wiring, and one
stable guard and shop. Including electric
wiring. Full Information and blank forms
of proposals furnished upon sppllcatlon to
mis omce. i'lnne snn speemcaiions my
be seen here, alsi In offices of Chief Qusr
termsatere at fhinavn nmuhs end Denver
Depot Quartermasters at Philadelphia and
St. Irfiule. Quartermaster at Columbus Bar
racks and Master Builders' Exchange at
Kansss City, Mo. Cnlted States reserves
the rla-ht to reject snv or all proposals or
any parts thereof. Envelopes to he in
dorsed 'Proposals for Public Buildings and
addressed to Captain Wm. D. lavts. yusr
CHIEF QCARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha.' Nebraska. April 21. 1903. Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, will be received
here and by Quartermasters at posts
named herein until 10 a. m.. central stand
ard time. Mav a. 1900. for furnishing l.OUD.ouO
pounds bituminous coal during the remainder
of the fiscal year ending June 30, 1S"9, at
Fort Des Moines, Iowa. Proposals for -delivery
at other planes will not be enter
tained. United States reserves the right to
reject or accept any or all proposals or any
part thereof. Information furnished on ap
plication here or to Quartermasters at the
stations fiamed. Envelopes containing pro
posals should be marked "Proposals for
Fuel." and addressed to Major D. K. Mc
Carthy, C. Q. M. A23-M1
OFFICE OF CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
master. Fort uotigias. t'tan. March 24.
1909. Sealed proposals. In triplicate, subject
to the usual conditions, will be received at
this office until 10 o'clock a. m. April 23.
1B09, and then opened in the presence of at
tending bidders, for constructing, plumb
ing, heating., electric wiring, etc., for two
double barracks, one band barracks and
one ordnance storenouse at Fort Douglas,
(Ttan. inrormanon rurmsnea on applica
tion. Envelopes containing bids to be
marked froposaie ror I'uono Buildings'
snd addressed to "Captain T. R. Harker
Quartermaster. 1Mb Infantry. Constructing
Uuariermasier, ron uousrtas, uran.
PROPOSALS FOR 8HOETNO ANIMAIaV-
ornee Depot Q. M., Omaha Neb.. April 20.
1909. Sealed proposals for shoeing animals
at Q. M. Depot, Omaha, Nebraska, during
iiscai year oegmning juty l. lsnjt. will be re
celved here until 10 a.m.. May 20, 1909. and
men opened. - Information furnished on ap
plication. Rnvelnpexi containing proposals
should be Indorsed "Proposals for Shoeing
Minimis. inn anaressea in enptatn J. L.
ri i r ts, Quartermaster U. R. Armv..
: f. - X2S-24-2-M17-l-l
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 8 EA LED
proposals will be received by the Ne
braska State Board of Publio 1,ands and
Buildings at the office of George C. Jun
kln, secretary of state, stats house, Lin
coln, Nebraska, on Tuesday, May 11. 1909,
until 11 o'clock a. m., for the construction
of a live stock Judging coliseum (pavilion)
176 feet long by 200 feet wide, on the Ne
braska State Fair grounds, near Lincoln.
Plans, specifications and details can be
seen at the offices of the secretary of
state and the State Board of Agriculture in
the state house, Lincoln; and also at the
office of The Twentieth Century Farmer.
Room flOl, Bee Building, Omaha. Each bid
must be made to the Board of Public
Lands and Buildings and be accompanied
by a certified check, payable to the order
of said board, for two (2) per cent of the
bid. as a guarantee that a contract will
be entered into. In case of the acceptance
of the bid. The board reserves the. right
to reject any and all bids. All proposals
must be made fully in accordance with the
blank form hereto attached to the specifi
cations. GEORGE C. JUNKIN. Secretary
Board of Publio Lands and Buildings.
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via Navrw te Paris, the tjlty BesutifuL
Fast Trains to All Continental Points.
Gtgaarlc twin screw express steamers sail
every Thursday. 10 A. M. Tbev are modern won
ders, with all coavenlences asd luxuries of most
palatial hotels, on even grander scale. Passen
ger elevators, roof cafes, orchestras, famous
cuisine, gymnasium, dally newspaper, elegant
suites, provide greatest comfort. N aval officers,
man-o'-war discipline, wireless telsgraphy, sub
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lor absolute safety.
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Wsskiy Bailing Betweea Montreal, Qaebss
Two days on ths beautiful St. Lawrence
liver and the shortest ocesn routs to Eu
rope. Nothing; setter on the Atlantic than our
Empresses. Wireless on all steamers.
First olaaa, 9M seeond, $50! one class
Ask your ticket sgent, or write for sail
ings, rates and booklet.
O. U. aSKJAJUaT, s. A,
for Peace Now
Colonel Who Rebelled Against Gov
ernor Fears He May Be
Reliable reports from Arlington hotel in
Hot Springs. Ark., where Colonel Charles
a Fanning. Is quartered, are to the effect
that Colonel Canning Is about ready to
sue for peace with Governor Shallenberger.
. The insurrection started by Colonel Fan
ning, so the reports Indicate, has fallen
flat and that the colonel, fearing the conse
quences of his Insubordination, is snxious
for a clean pardon from the commander-in-chief
of the army. It is reported that he
has or will shortly open negotiations with
CHILD SAVING FUND GROWS
Over Twenty-Two Tboasand Dollars
Still to Be Haloed Before
First f May.
Subscriptions to date, to the new home
for the 'Child Saving Institute total 36-',-844.91,
leaving a balance of 322,155.09 tu be
raised by the first of May. vThe Urge sin
gle subscriptions not yet announced is the
result of the Harding Bridge Whist party,
the sum being 3U5. The list of new gifts
Is as follows:
Previously acknowledged jji
iiaraing s onuge wiuai party
Cliarlcs Harding ,.
V. J. Kimball tk Co
Horace (1. Burt and Anna B. Burt..
John W. Bobbins ,
Louis Charles Nash
W. S. Btiggs ,
Mrs. Fred Judson (Wednesday Lit
B. W. Jewett
8. H. Buffet A Son
H. M. Hardin, Gretna, Neb
E. C. Bennett
Jennie R. Orr
J. H. Crowley
R. J. Spoerln
H. F. Brown
Theodore Grlnss, Harvard, Nob....
W. K. Shelton Land Agency
F. B. Davison
William H. Houser
Mr. snd Mts. R. Tdoley. Central
E. D. Hlgglns
Mrs. Kstlierlne Cosgrove
Chris V. Jensen, Blair. Neb
Mrs. R. G. Thomas ,
Mrs. J. C. Bishop
C. Shay. Seattle. Wash...-
H. D. Dobbins. Spokane, Wash
John V. Glllesole
Press A Morrison
A. r. Wilbur
O. E. Hague
Carl R Iuterwssser
W. A. Montgomery
O. Harrv N. Fltchett
A. O. Meyers
A. A. Alnsworth
Fred W. Clssna
P. A. Bothwell
F.thelda A. Van Noy
May A. Bu'ltvan
W. C. R. Thompson
Mre K. Archer
Irms E. risvld
TOUls H Base
Blanrhe R. Parker
A I. Ewlng
Rav E. Smith
W. O. Johnson
Mrs. W. B. Mason. Benson
A friend .
George W. Fltchett
Balance to raise 822.156.09.
Limit of time. May 1.
During the spring every one would be
benefited by taking Foley's Kidney Rem
edy. It furnishes a needed tonic te ths
kidneys sfter ths extra strain of wlntsi,
and It purifies the blood by stltnulstlng
ths kidneys, snd causing them eliminate
ths Impurities from It FV ley's Kidney
Remedy Impart a new life snd vigor. Pleas
ant to take. Sold by all druggists.
WAY CAR SEARCHES FRUItHL
Detectives of Railroad Find Stolen
Goods in Cabooses at Night.
TRAINMEN MUST BE HONEST
System t seal ky I sins Pacllle Catches
Robbers and orbvrstera Tries
It, l.aadtnB Tralamea
First Ttate. '
Searching cabooses at ' unexpected mo
ments by railway detectives has largvtl?
rliminated the looting of trains by con
ductors and hrakemen and railroad secret
service men are now Id turn their atten
tion to landing several gangs of profes
sional thieves who are at work on western
lines. . ' '
When the L'nlon Taclflc agents searched
a caboose near Grand Island last week
they found the boxes under the scats flllott
with bolts of silk. It was' the first estch
In a long time and ths agents are not ready
to make tn names In the affair known, .
but are satisfied with the working of the.
system which has eliminated " dishonest
trsinmen who get on the pay rolls now
snd then. ......
Not many train crews are now under sus
picion and usually It Is not the crew, but
one dishonest brakeman or 'conductor who.
Is willing to take a chance.
Hoard (a booses at "light. .
During the year and a half ths detectives
liave been boarding trains , at many sta
tions, and at all hours of the day or night,
they have foend some valuable goals ' in
the freight train cabooses, including shoes,
silks, sllverwsre, tobacco, cigars and every
thing which could be taken from, merchan
The Northwestern followed the -system
of the I'nlon Pacific and several trainmen
have been caught with the goods In the
cabooses. But the system has maije it, a
difficult thing for trsinmen to loot cars..-
As a result of the vigilance of the fnion
Pacific the road has had fewer complaints
of shortages In shipments than ever be
fore. The requirement pnt In force by the
western clssslflcstlon committee compelling
shippers of shoes And other first class
freight to use ceroent-coated nslls or wire
staples with seals has also made it diffi
cult to break open the boxes or for ship
ping departments of wholesale houses o
loot the esses before shipment snd thon.
have merchants force the railroads to pay
for shortages. ;
POLICE WILLING TO WAIVE
INCREASE FOR FULL WORK
Snrh Is the Resalt of the Investiga
tions Made by Chief Dea-
Chief of Police Donahue says the replies
he has received from the letters sent out
to members of the force Indicate that most
of the mm will sgree to waive the salary
raise accorded them by the new charter.
This they will probably do In preference to
the forced necessity of giving all the men
a forced vacation of sixty days or In lsy
Ing off thirty or thirty-five men. If the
tax collections sre good this fall and. more
than 90 per cent of the police fund ' Is
available It may then be possible to give
the men an Increase in pay,, pro rata, the
last montlr or two of the. year.
Fire Chief Salter has not yet figured out
matters In his department gnd does not
know whether it will bo necessary , to cut
down hla force on account if the Increase
pay. However, the chief says he does not
seo how It would be possible to get along.
with a smaller force of fire J lghfers.
WORK TWO HUNDRED YEARS
Illlaola Central Paeener . Ageats
Hove Long; Terms ! '
These men have worked fer the Illinois
Central Railway company 217 years: H. J.
Phelps. Dubuque; Sam North, Omaha; B.
E. Nichols. 8loux City; Homer Gray, Bt.
Paul; Victor E. I .a bee, Omaha; D. L. Hyde.
F. U Croxler. J. F. Jackson, Dubuque; J.
F. Byers, Sioux City, and W. L. Buckley.
Passenger agents of the road held a meet
ing in Waterloo. Wednesday. The Omaha
delegation returned Thursday and declared
they were feeling young, but realised they
were getting old fast. They figured up
the length of time they had each worked
for the company and It totaled 217 years,
an averag-e of twenty-one years. "Victor
Labee of Omaha has been in the'employ' of
the mmpany twenty-nine years, and B. K.
Nichols of Sioux City, thirty-seven years.'
A trael Mistake
is to neglect a cold or-cough. Dr. King's
New Discovery cures them and prevents
consumption. '50c And fl.OO. For sate by
Beaton Drug Co.
IS STOCK YARDSA RAILROAD?
Jodge Kennedy Will Rale Friday
Mornlnsr I'pon Point Developed
. la Damage Salt.
In the damage suit brought by Mrs. Oleha
Swanaon against the Union Block Tarda
company Judge Kennedy 'Will be called
upon to rule Friday whether or not that
company Is a railroad. The federal court
says it la. '
The suit Is for 310.000 for the death c-f
Mrs. Swanson's husband, Attorneys Murphy
snd GiUer representing the ' jilalntirt, and
R. W. Breckenrldge the defendant. The
Stock Vards company, of courso, has trains
being operated for II. but whether It ckn
be held a railroad or not is up to the court
to decide In his Instructions to the jury, and
the whole case will turn on this point. , .
Supports boys trousers
and stockings without
Freedom of circulation
and quick nets in dress
For boys in knee trrr g.
era. Made for girls also.
Dealer replace all defec
tivc pair. .
Bold by Leading Clotking
and Department House.
II not, write
Kazoo Suspender Co.
When yoo toy Gel Medal floor
be sore It Is Wasbborn-Croeby'e Oel4
Medal Floor. This is laaortaa4.
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