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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1909)
llTT rnorr.nn tor mal
31st and Davenport
1; - $5,500
A rtNE HOI'S B, ENTIRELY MODERN
AND COMPLETE IN EVERT WAT. 0i
finish end floor laundry tub. Room!
beantTfully papered. Four bedroom. NIc
lot. Paved street. -Close In. A splendid lo
ration, Owner muM aell ihl month.. Corn
In and w will giv you detain. J
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Hastings & Hey den,
1(14 -Harney St. Conaarvatlv Bldg.
NEW aypwtm s-trroUy modern house, beat
location in city,, easy terms.
NOWATA LAND AND tOT CO., .
Sulfa 24 N. T. Ufa Bldg.
Phone Red lm Omaha, Neb.
83.&s-7 rooms', all modern, tot 80x130; bant;
Just few- doors wnl of 24th nri Corby.
t3,W 7 room, all modern, nice lawn, near
24th and Spalding flfs.
GALLAOIIEU & NELSON
490 Brandels Bliig.. Omaha. Neb
.. :- 18MUi II
... . $2,450
'. -.Bu-r-A.'.flm). T-room- all- mod
ern house, clone to 24th and
Amea. Th -hoties-i la only I
yeara old and la In excellent
condition. Owner la now . a
- traveling- man and la anxious
The Byron Reed Co.,
'fhofta poug. ft.
'212 S 14th.
(19J-111 IS '
Nearly new double brick flat, modem,
hardwood .flnlih downstairs, fine location
will aell for 1,W0 below value. Addreaa
P W2, Be. ;- v- (19) M130 lSx .
We have eome fine lota, north part of cltjr,
oltse to car, very 'cheap,- $1M to $400.
WRIGHT II LABLURY, 604 B. lath St.
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Must Be Sold
A 7-roota- modern beus, lot 40x150 feet,
hot water heat, cement basement, first
claaa repair; one block to car line; houae
been built- four yeara, 13,600. For further
particular inquire of
W. -,U DERMODY INT. CO.,
tag-'N. T.. Uf Bldg. , ... .-.
Tela. Doug, 6108. or A-Jora.
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t 'tvrottm'' cottage; half-acre land,
garden and fruit, barn and chicken
house: Mfch and nightly. Price f 2,000.
JOHN N. HASKELW ' V
914 N. Y. Life Bldg.
(19)-M90B 1 '
BARQAIN-Nrne-room houea newly
papered, painted, cement walks, lot DOxlM,
twelve'-annde trees, walking distance; one
and one-half block from South Tweoty
foxirth street line... 2W Pierce Tel. Red
Stilt, iff , U)-Mi34 IB
Look! - Listenl
FOR- f-w day only we offer the full two
story and attic house, T rooms and bath,
at 2 Decatur Bt., for 12,400.00. Phona ua
for permission to look through the houae.
McCAGUE INVESTMENT CO.
Doug., 415; ; , ? $JLS&T-1U
IF YOU MAVB
city property, farms, ranch lsnda or mer
chandise to sell or trade, list them with ma.
li costs you nothing unless I affect a sale,
W. V. Mitchell. Board of Trade Bldg.
'- -- - U til
ISO! to.' "89fn Ave.. 6 room home for you.
Price and term tp suit you. We want
to --ll. ' '
Nf'vVATA LAND & LOT CO., "
Sullil 64 N. "Y. Life Bldg. Omaha, Neb,
r'.. V-l. 'Phone Red 1999.
; : ".jPFTERS TRUST CO..
NEW YORK LIFE BLDG.
vva itant large loans on well located,
Ilii. clara city property.
WstcsA pi larwe amounts at low rata.
, .!...- Paver Trust Company,
, . . Maw York Lit Building.
, . , , iWj-JuS May 11
LARGE, new, mod. S-r. cottage; corner lot,
ltuxi; H blocks. .from car line; Imrnt
uiate possesslun. Qet a boms on easy
payments rruin the owner Doug. 16M or
j.eiiliii-ii Web. 411. (It) 23
Lin I uur prupMly WU Chrl Unyur. 2Jd
nd Curr.ing ciis. tl VU
cbK'bTLot Btarr part of bhkkman
AVE., "very ,t heap. -- Desirable iota in
Kountse Place; surprisingly low prlcea.
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO.,
6jlte 24 N. Y. 'Lte Bldg. . Omaha. Neb.
, Phone Red 1.
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FOR 8ALE--J,-rgnm cottHgt-, modorp except
furnace. 140 N,. 26th 81.; large oorner lot,
i.uth,t corner &th and Char,lea Bis
Price U0UU W, H. Or)ffllh. 3bi3 Chicago
6t. Tel. louglas liS. U9)-M997 M
f REAL ESTATE
at ark Ajfu autu c.iu ro balb
COLORADO lKRlilATED BNAP.
49 acre Joining - lownskia,, iwwlv mile
from Denv.r. fruit anil vegetabia Uaiit
lias beaatifully; tuia view of ute moan
' tela; ideal lor boins.ar lnveitment. This
will be aold at ona-balt its jrsaent vsius
U at pace. .
NATIONAL INVESTMENT CO,
tea ttrajsitaM Kldgu, Oeaaba, Neb.
CORN and 'alfalfa land in Dickinson Co.,
Kan.' Write for price. James Hneersn,
Solomon, Kan. - Ut-Ml3u Mx
'"' GOOD CHEAP LAND.
$3.90 per acre; o0 acrea Banner County,
Neb.. r-i.-b; ll.ab.UJ easily balance $ years,
$'.40.00 each yesr. 4 per vent Intsrsst. J. (J.
ltONE, 813 Bhugart Council Bluff,
bell phone Sil-na ' (20 MTU llx
SEND for long list. Fgrm t to $100
per acre. . BEMJS, Prandei Bldg.
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FAMOUS CAMAI pRAIRlK-Rlch. black
soil, abundant rainfall, natid clunats: atfe
for map of northwest. Oo. M. Resd,
Orangovlll. Idaho. , 120; M841 Jl
ORDOON farms, oity ana suburtaaa home.
; parties coming to Oregon might get soma
information that will be a help to thsra
tn elsctlng a home. Thirty year of
' rontlnuat resldvnce in th W llismtrtts
vallsy might enable us to alv you some
Information that 'would save you soma
rkoney.. L)lst -otf Inters to Everett &
MeCVeod. - Rosas fcue HothchtM - bids..
REAL ESTATE '
'ARM AND HAHH UNO FOR tAt.ll
- (Continued,) 7. "
Snake River Vailey- f win Falls Country
y IDAHO IRRIGATION COMPANY'S PROJECT.
.'. Engmeering.and Construction Work by
J. G. "White & Company, Incorporated.
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50,000 Acres Will Be Opened by Dravving
Under the Supervision of the Idaho v
. 'State Land Board
JUNE 8, 1909
Registration Will Open June 1st,
Closes June 7 1909
: IT WILL PAY,YOU-TO:C0ME TO SHOSHONE, tDAHO,
. G . B. HURTT,
Mgr. Land Sales Dept,Y.J'p
49830 acie of upland prairie, blaWk andy
soil, near Caney, Kan., price 120 per acre.
487 700 acre of agricultural land tn one
body; some la leased for oil and gas and
some Is not; located miles southwest
of Nowata: price tli per acre, ..-
479230 acie of extra good farm land, lo
cated near warm, on I.; ) acre or tni
la aa rich as you will find, 30 acre has
some draw In it; land raised 00 bu. of
corn and oata to th acre; 70 acres la
leased for oil and gs and I paying )
per acre advanced- royalty; big bargain
at J2o per sere. . . .... ,. j
1891,040 acre of rich valley land, all
smooth and paxt of same Is In a htgh state
of cultivation; this land IS located within
three mile of WatOva, ' Okl.; and six
mile from Nowata, Okl.,' 800" acres Of
it la practically fn oas body and 240-acre
1 located three miles south; the land la
well worth t3S per sore; an exceptionally
good bargain at 129 per. acre.'.
We have land in Nowata Co5. In any' slTe
tract you may desire from" if acVes up at
price ranging ' from HQ 'to-$36 jrer" acrei
There ara 400 .flowing, oil- wfells. 'fh No-,
wata Co. Natural gas'ls sold at ic .per
1.0U0 cubic feat. ., You .might get an oil
well with your lard. .
The Oklahoma ft. Cherokee Central R. R.
can and west through this 'County Is a
certainty. Land will probably double In
value within two year. . Xou. can't Afford,
'to miss this opportunity. Ask -Mo- Pac,
ticket agent about Tow rafes to Nowata.
Come In and aee. u or write.; .
. NOWATA LANl AND tot .0.. . ,
..Suit. 424 N.jf. Uf Bldg.,
Phone Red 1999. " Omaha, Neb.
Open evenings.. ...... .v: (t-MTU U.
.'. . Jtk DakataV''" '"'
(HNEV' farm Jands In Hand amd adjoining
counties, South Dakota. Hustling agents
. wanted. - Jay P.- Morrill, 612 Palace Bldg
Minneapolis, Minn,"" : - ' (S)?? J1B4
WHAT California . oould glvs yotf 'iwenty
year ago, . Texas Southern Oult ' Coast
offer you now. Two-year-old Satauma
Orange Oroves are now being developed,
M0 per aoj. Vegetables between-rowa
giva Immediate Income. You hold title.
W do all work always, giving you cash
ehar crops Dso., mo, 19iL.i9U, VA sere
yearly; I8i3. mtfJHs, 4"5 asra- yearly; 19M,
1917, . 19U, W0 . acre yearly ; .1919 . to Wii,
200 ter acre yearly thereafter halt
profits annually. Yeu can buy. on acre
or upwards. - No lnr tnwstment.--plan la
exlstsnce. Only limited- smsuct- for sal.
Com quick if "you- want - your share.
BUrling Improvement Co.. Duluth, Minn.
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FOR BALE Land, 13.440 acres; every
square foot flits levttl prairie farming
land; 100-per- cwnts agricultural; located
in the Midland-country t it the southern
plains of w-sf Texsei- wr acre , W.S0
per acre cash payment, the balance 8 an
nual payments. per cent Interest. Write
us lor run aesenpnon. w. j. Mnran ft
Co., Midland. Texas.
Now Open to Entry
under the Carey Act .at. Wheatland. .Wyo.
Write us for full Information, how to
get some it thesa lands. We wilt locato
you and look after -your interest' care-
, fully. This I a splendid section, th soil
Is rich; it is a great !t!fa. wneat. oata,
barley, augar beet and potato - country.
Fruit does well. Tha (and is ready to
plow. Building material -anai cheap;, fual
is abundant, We '.hae 1 railroad, school
and - church facilities and tha best of
neighbors. This Is -a dairy country.- You
can get rich farming- her. W want you
to have our full descrlptlvs Illustrated
circular. t ones, -free for the asking.
Write we want to- bear from yauu In
quire of J. R. Mason. Immigration Art.,
Wheatland. Wyo. (20)
;.",V I;"?,' ft -' "
Acres of Land
Iiyou have $100.00 or $10,000.00 to invest it will pay
yyu to investigate this propoBition. YOU WILL BE
GUAJlAiiTEEl) UNCONDITIONALLY A PROFIT
OF 100 ON YOUR INVESTMENT IN THREE
YEARS. This" is a gilt edge, 5onservative, safe in
vestment for Which we court the most thorough in-vestigation.-lWe
only need $15,000.00 and when this
amount i$ secured this unusual opportunity will be
gone.; You will neyer again have an opportunity like
tht so. act at ono. Best of bank references furn-lshed.-
Ad4ri8S.JL 365 Bee.
FARM AXD PIACH LA ISO FOR tALB
FOR 8 A LE 80,000 acres best wheat and
flax land in the northwest; for further
Information call or write John J. Doyla,
Wlshek, N. D. (20) M619 Jlix
. . Mlacellaaeoas.
A SURE CROP FARM
Nothing sure but Irrigated
. Land. We have it Colorado,
western Nebraska, Wyoming.
Take your choice. See our land
at Denver's door; one of the
great Irrigated tracts. Special
rates every day. Write us.
THE WORLD INVESTMENT
, 801-4 N. T. Life Bldg. Omaha Neb. .
(20) M9U7 ear
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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
80 ACRES near Elmwood Park; t mil
. w4t of Dostofflce; 14 per acre.
O'KEEFK- REAL ESTATE CO., ' 1
' 100) N. I. Lit. Doug, or A 2152.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTfiDr-Cltjr loans. Peter Truet Co.
BECOND MORTOAOE loan negotiated.
Apply Room 417-18 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Bell 'phone Douglas 2218. .... (22) 824
WANTED" CUr loan and warrant. W,
AS... H.u . u .... .u sv vv. Jiiw.. .WWII! I. .
PAYNEi BOSTWICK CO .-' n;' t. Life.
Private money, ioM to 86)00; -;Ww Mt,
PRIVATE money to loan: I. ft. nerwood.
61 Brandel Bldg. , (22) (at
REAL estate - purehase money, mortgagca
and contracts bought. Antelopa Inv. Co..
Old Boston Btor Bldg. (22 827
$00 TO $300,000 on Improved property: no
delay. QARVIN BROS.. W04 Farnam St.
MONEY TO BUILD.
..W32..'S 2W.OOO st current Tates.
W. H. THOMAS. 608 First Nat l Bank Bldg.
- - .4 (22)-328
$100 TD $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wad Bldg., 18th and Farnam. (22)-3M
LOWEST. RATES Bemas, Btaadels Bldg.
. TVE PER CENT MONET .
to loan on '
Omaha Business Property.
Room L New York. LJfs Bldg. .
$509 TO $8,000 (n home in Omaha. O' Reefs
Real Estate Co., 1001 N, Y. Life. Doug.
A-21S1. v (22)-838
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS for a 8-room house,
8-room house and a coup of vacant lot.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT COMPANY.
Suit 624 N. Y. Ufa Bldg., Omaha.
'Phone Red ISM. Open Evening
WIIJ. pay spot cssh for T-room house,
modern In every respect. In western part
of city. If price Is right.
NOWATA LAND AND IT CO..
Hulte 24 N. Y. Life Bldg..
Phone Red-lSta Omaha; Neb.
' Open Evenings.
(231 M914 18
WANTED TO BORROW
FOR PALE Mortgage, $520, 7 per cent;
double security, Omaha city property,
maker reliable snd prompt. Address
Y-817, care Omaha Bee.
(24) M938 18x
NEW furnaces; hot water and hot air com
bination heating, I and 4-hole laundry
hot water heaters, mantis arste. gaa
stovea repaired, water fronts and flower
vases. Omaha Stove Repair Works, 1
l?-a Douglas St, 'Phones Ind. A-8KJ1. ftell
Douglas tr S38
WANTED TO BUY
BEST prlc paid fr secondhand furniture,
carpets, clothe and shoes. . Tel. Doug. 3;L
BEST price paid for id-hand furniture,
carpets, stovea, clothing, shoos. Tel. Doug.
STANDARD upright pianos. Phnn Web
ster 872ft. (25)-M63t
BEST price paid for Id-hand furniture,
clothes, shoes, sto. Tsl. Douglas 4:'64.
(26) Ml May 8
HOUSES and vacant lota. Western Real
Estats Co., Room 411 Karbach Ink. Red
A-3C45. ;) 51 'x
WANTED TO RENT
WE are getting Inquiries for well located
houses. Must have sols strency. Nowata
Land A Lot Co.. suite 6-'4 N. Y. Life
Bldg. 'Phone Ited A3M... Omaha, Neb.
Open evenings. i (; M713
FAMILY washing wanted; alt work guar
anteed. Call W, 4472.' (27) M 142 24
WANTED Position aa stenogVaphor; three
years' practical experience;' age, 22. I
deslra to advance with growing western
firm. Referencea furnished, Adrlrnsn Y
908. csre Pee. 77 M113 19x
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
master. Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Apitl
21, 19u9. Sealed proponals. In triplicate,, sub
ject to the usual conditions, will be. received
here until 11 a. m., central' time, Miijl 20.
1W79, and then opened In the presence of
attending bidders fur the construction, of a
two-company barracks. Including plurnhlng,
steam heating, wiring and installing -electric
lighting fixtures; on stable, including
plumbing, installing Interior conduit, wiring
and fixtures for electric lighting; one gun
fhed, one wireless telegraph station. Includ
ing plumbing and electric wiring, and one
stable gunrd and shop, Including electric
wiring. Full Information and hlmik forms
of proposals furnished upon application to
thla office. Plans and specif Icatlona ma
be seen here, also In offices of Chief Quar
termasters at Chlcsgo, Omaha nd Denver,
Depot Quartermasters at Fliiladelphta and
St. IrfiulB, Quartermaster at Columbus Bar-
racks and Master Builders' Exchange at
Kansas city, Mo. United States reserve
the right to reject anv or all proposals or
any parts thereof. Envaloues to be In
dorsed Proposals for Public Buildings and
addressed to Captain Wm. D. Davis, Quar
ermuster. . A23-23-4-26Mls-19
NOTICE OF SALE OF LOTS IN POWJSLL
Townslte, Wyoming.- United States Land
Office, Lander, Wyoming, May 8, l!.
Notice Is hereby given that on the 26ili
day of May, 191 at the town, of Powell,
Wyoming.- -beginning at 10 a. nu of that
day and continuing thereafter from day to
day as long ss ruay be necessary, we will
offer at public outcry- to .the highest, bidder
for canh. at not less than the appraised
value thereof, all of blocks 1, 2, 17, 18, and
all the lots In blocks 19, M, T, 30. 3H, 44, 46,
4fi, 47, 60, 61 and &! In the townslte of
Powell, Wyoming, as shown upon the ap
proved plat thereof. Blocks. 1 snd 2 will, be
old -together as one traot, Tha purchase
price must be paid In cash to Hie receiver be
fore t o'clock on the day the bid Is accepted.
All partle are Warned under the.' penalty
named in Section 2373 U-, 8. Rev. ' Btat.,
against any combination- oractlon tending
to hinder or :mburrasa the sale of said
lots or prevent free competition between
bidder. ' WUllam T'Adum. Register.
Robert R." Heron, Receiver.
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CHIEF - QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,
Omaha, Nebraska, May 15, 1909 Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, will be .received
here and by quartermagMM at the posts
named herein, until 10 a m., central stan
dard time,- June 14 199,i'r furnishing oats,
hran. hav and straw, during- the period
from August 1, 1909, to, teutember. 30. 1909
at urnana .. quarierrnasiflr , aopoi,- -rorts
Crook,. Omaba and 'RiUunson, NebraakA;
Fqrts ,.leven worth anil -..'Hlley, Kansas;
FortIXiA. Russell and. MBckensle, Wyo
ming; Fort Des Moines, Iowa, and Fort
Meade,. South-. Dakota. . ftsoposals for "de
livery at other ---placee-nirtll ;rwt he enter
tained. - United States reserves the right
to reject or accept any w all proposals oi
any part-thereof, -t in f damn t ion furnished
on ' application here or-!o quartermasters
at stations- named, Knvrtnpes -corttalning
proposal should be marked "Proposals for
Forage." and addressed -to MAJOR D. E.
M'CARTHY, Chief Quartermaster.
M 15-17-18 J10-U-12
OFFICE OON8TR17GTINO'' QUARTER-1
master. US; Milttsry -vrlsr.fi, Fort Leav
enworth, Kansas, May lVltttti.'-Bealed pro
posals. In trtpllcate, will be received at this
office until lo a. m.. central time, Tuesday,
June 15, 19141, and then opwited, fur furnish
ing and-Installing machinery gnd furnish
ing building material for pnqp twwer plant
at United States military. , prison, - Kort
Leavenworth, Kansas. Plans and specifi
cations will be furnished by .this office
upon deposit of tlo. which -amount will be
refunded when plans and specifications gre
returned,, or they--may he neon at the fol
lowing offices: Depot Quartermaster,
Omaha, Neb.; Depot Quartermaster, St.
Louis, Mo.; Depot Quartermaster, New
York City, and Chief Quartermaster, Chi
cago. Information furnished on applica
tion. Envelopes Containing ' - proposals
shoutd be Indorsed '"Proposals' for Power
Plant'' and addressed to MAJOR THOMAS
H. SLAV ENS, Constructing Quartermas
ter. U. S. Military Prison,. Fort Leaven
worth Kan. Mayl7-18-19-20Junel2-14
OFFICE OF THE X)N9TRDCT!NO
Quartermaster, Fort Leavenworth, Kan
sas. May 13. 19rt9. Sealed proposals. In trip
licate, will be received here until 11 a. m.
May -fl. 1909, and then opened for oonstruct-
ln. fit ti lln.nl n a , n r main. A an.1 in..,.
1.116 lineal feet sewers t snd 8-Inch, tsh
lineal feet drains 4. 6 and 12-Inch, and for
two fire hydrants. Full '; information and
blank forms of proposal furnished' on ap
plication. Plan and specifications may be
seen here, also In office of Chief Quarter
master, Omaha, and Master Builders' Ex
changa. ', Kansas City. Missouri, United
States Teservcs the right to aecept or reject
any or all proposals or any parts thereof.
Envelope to be marked "Proposal for
Water Mains, Sewers, etc, ' and addressed
to Captain Wm D. Davis. Quartermaster.
PROPOSALS FOR SHOE1NO ANIMALS
ortlce Depot-Q: M., Omaha Neb.,-April i,
1909. Sealed proposals for shoeing animal
at Q. M. Depot. Omaha. Nebraska; during
fiscal year, beginning July 1. 1519. will be re
ceived here until 10 a.m., Mav 20, 1, and
then opened. Information'' furnished" on ap
plication. Envelopes containing proposals
should be indorsed- ' 'Proposals-for Shoetng
Animals,' and addressed to Captain J... L,
HIN'ES.. Quartermaster U. S. Army.
NOTICE TO. CONTRACTORS NOTICE
Is hereby given that sealed bids wilt be
received by the Board of Commissioners
at th South Dakota State Soldiers' Home
at Hot Springs, South Dakota, at tha office
of the commandant of said hum on-or
before the first' day of Juns. 19u9, -at
I o'clock in the afternoon, for the erection
of a atone and brick smokestack for thu
Stale Soldiers' Home, accoid.ng to plans
and specifications prepared by Joss(ib
Swartx, architect, Sioux 'alia, &D.
, ALSO --, .
For the furnishings and setting of thre
new boiler and high pressure- work for
the South Dakota Slate SoldUrs' . Home at
Hot Springs. South Dakota, according lo
pians and speclficationa prepared by- Ben.
Cowler, chief engineer., Bids will tie re
ceived for steel s.ack according to specifi
cations separately. Blda can be mads In
lump sum for the whole amount of tha
work except for the brick or stsel 'smoke
stack, which, must be a separate bid. All
bids .roust be accompanied by a certified
check eqjal to 10 per cent ot the amount
of the bid. The board reserves the right
to re.lrct any and all bids. Plans snd
specifications can, be seen and examined
at this office of the coipmandant or at
the office of Th Omaha Bee, Omaha,
Nsb.; flioux City Journal, Sioux City, la.;
Sioux Fair Argus Leader. Bloux Fall.
S. D. Dated this 7th day of May, 1909. by
order of ths Board of Commissioners. J.
OEDDiU. Commandant. .MUUlSt
TOR A IX THE NEWS THE
REST IN THE WEST '
REAL ESTATE" TRANSFERS
Elisabeth Kountte Real Estate Co.,
to C. C. Sundhlad. lots 8 and X.
1st add to Forest Hill
8. J. Swlngholm and wife to M.
Msthlesen. lot 1. Oak Hill
J. J. "wlnaholm and wife to same,
lot 4. block 12, Psrk Forest
Homestead Co. to Vac Suchy., lot 4B1,
Matilda A. Hell and husband to Mary
C. Hofeldt. lots 8 to 8. block 8,
Sailings' add. to Flkhorn
William loyg and wife to the Ryron
Reed Co.. lot , block 6. Patrick
add .....!....-. ......
H. 8. Hoover and wife to A. F.. An
derson, 10 acres In ne4 ne4 3H-15-I2.
Michael McDermott to J W. Cooper,
lot I. block 18, Omaha View
L H. Hart and wlf to J. l Barta,
n2 feet e0 feet, lot 2, block 7,
F. L. Smith and wife to J. A. Lynch,
e49 feet lot 9. block 12, Beml Park.
Laurence Mlnot ft al. trustees, to
McCsgue Investment Co., lota 18 and
IS. block A. Bedford Place
Home Terrace Co. to Minnie M. And
erson, lot 8, block 11, Home Ter
Emll Wehlstrom and wife 'to J. P.
Crelghton, part lot 1, block 1 De
Nora Bond Godfrey to N. L. Orubbs,
efil feet lots 17 and 18, block 112,
F. J. Morinrty and wife to Margaret
M. McKenna, lot 16. 17. 18. 19. ),
John Kruger to E. -Uw. 1ot 10 and
11, block 2, Saunders A Hlmebaugh s
Tressa A. Mnravec and husband to
Silas A. Robblna, lot 10. block 14,
Myers, Richards A Tllden' add....
John T. Hale to Ella Otlmore, part
ae 14 neH 86-18-8
Anders Oleson to George Smith, lot
IT. block 2. West Side .'.
John F. Smith and wife to William
8. Curtis, lot 12, block 10. Clifton Hill
Elisabeth L. Johnson and husband to
same; lot 4. Frederick's
Michael Qulnlan et al to Annie Quin
tan, lots 9 and 10, block 4, Mathew s
Mary A. Dee et al. to Rrldget Shan
ahan. lot 4. block 6. Bowery Hill....
John W. McDonald, sheriff, to Mary
K. Hawley, part taxlot 14, 20-16-18..
Frank R. Heft to Thomas J. Crum-
1 tnel, lot 2, Van Buren Place
Caroline L. Pnppleton et al. to A. T.
Elmer, lot 17, block 8, Sulphur
I. 8. White and wife to Pearl Dally,
e 72 feet lot 10, Swetnam' sub ....
Herman Klsasser and wlf to Wil
liam Oernandt, lot 8. block 13, Rog
ers' Improvement Assn add
J. L. Brandt, executor, to William
D. Klrkland. lots 8 and 4, block 2,
Anna E. Cain and husband to Chrls
tlanna Harmon, lot 2, block 8, For
Joseph 8. Holm to Frank Howard,
lot 13. block 4. Brings Place
Thorwald Christiansen and . wife to
Mnry E. Wlclna. lot 17, block It
John Au Crelghton Real Estate and
Trust Co. t Martha J. Hnyer, wl2
feet of eV, lot 6. block 44, Omaha....
Portsmouth Savings bank to Mar
garet Ryan, n lot 11, block 2", 8. E.
Rogers add . v
Peter Anderson to Thomas J. O'Nell,
lot 16, block 448. and lot 1, 2, 3,
4, block 443. Grandvlew
B. C. Fowler and wife to George
1 napman, lot 23, block 2, Pruyn
W. L. Selpy and wife to T. J. O'Nell,
lot 6, block 2, Dworak's.
Fred Haas and wife to Perter Wer-
blcky, lot 22, 8ullivan'....
Theophel Vandenbogaerde to Jim
Vondrak and wife, lot 4, block 3,
City of Omaha to Rotes Daly, part
n alley adjoining lot 3, block 11,.
Improvement Assn. add
Thomas F. Hall and wife lo Jsmea
Cook, Jr., n33 feet lot W, Hall Place
Harry Poley and. wife to same, same.
Charles O. Larson to A. I Lott, Jr.,
lot 2, block I, Sulphur Springs
JE. R. Kendricka to Fay P. Marshall,
lot 11, Fort View
Zelda Robinson to Albert Koppen
haver. lot 6. block 8, Kountse 4th
1 supplementary add
North fiermait f.Ioyd
Large, Fast and Luxurious Twin-Screw
Express and Passenger Steamship
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EipraM salllngi Tuesdaya st 19 A. M.
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Tln-Scra 8aillna Tburs-lsri at 10 A. st.
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Brsmen Juns iiPrisdrlch D. Or., Juns 17
Oeorg Wasblng-ton sails Juir 117, tons.
ISest and Laraest otrman Ship afloat. Starr in
novation known to tha an Ipbullder's art.
OIBRAZiTAJt STAFZ.S-1 OEHOA
Medltarranaan Balllnxs Baiurday at 11 A. St.
K. Lriilae May 2Z K. Albert Juns
Prlnaasa Iran Juna it Berlin Inaw) Juna M
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First cabin, 174 upward: ascon caMa. il t
A. M. JOHNSON A CO., Ut B. Htntm St., CklsasV
lit r to Loaal Assnla.
Prayer to Help
Eev, Charles Savidge Sayt He. Will
Accept Appointment as
Encouragement , baa . been, received from
Mrs. Duhlman and Rev. C. V, Bavldg by
th mayor on hi plan to appolht a chaplain
for the city council chamber, . and Mr.
Dahtman now says that he will name some
n. truster for the place, providing th
chaplaln-to-be- will agree to be on hand at
the session of th council a regularly a
ha la at church.
' Rev. Mr. Bavldg was asked If he woull
sect t the appointment of chaplain and
Intimated that he would, though he aaid
he was not. seeking th place.
"If the word of God can do any good
anywhere It certainly ought to do gnod tn
the council chamber," raid Rev. Mr.
Bavldge, "and If every session waa opened
with a word of prayer, and, If th tlm
would permit,- with a verse of scripture, I
knew there would be no crooked work
Thief in Church
Employe of Trinity Cathedral Routs
Contribution Box Robber, Who
Flashes a Rerolrer.
' a man h tried to rob tne contribution
box at Trinity cathedral. Eighteenth and
Capitol avenue, met with an obstacle in the
person of Sexton Olsen, who discovered th
sacrjegtou thief Just as be was breaking
Into the box. - Seeing that the sexton ob
served lilm, th man draw a revolver and
backed toward th door. H escaped be
fore the polio er notified. Th attempt
-Aa America Silas;
is th great king of cures, Dr. King's New
Discovery, the quick, safe, sura cough and
cold remedy. So and 91.00. for sale by
UK. MILAN HUilE HvUM MAM
a ' '
Omaha Missionary Talks Interest
ingly ot Work ia that Kingdom.
GREAT PROGRESS BEING MADE
Medleal Vork lahlbk Stay Progress
( aaallfkox Cares Other
Diseases Appeal Strongly .
ta th Natlvea.
- f MVMM
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"Our . wnrlt there la not nnlv totnrh
Christianity, but to train the nation In
moaern waysr- and I helleve we are doing
It successfully.-a evidenced bv' th estab
lishment of schools and hospitals by the
government. Before th advent of the mls
tlonarie . geni .there by. th Presbyterian
church forty yar ago there waa no sycli
thing a a school o a hospital in the king
dom of BlgmV' (aid Dr. J., W.. McKean, a
medical' tnisaionarv who has lust returned
to the United States from Slam on a year's
vacation. Dr. McKean and. wife are visit
ing at th horn of Mr. McKean' sister.
Mr. H. 8. Ckmpbell, 83 Blxth avenue.
Twenty ,ear ago Dr. McKean, then a
practicing physician n Omaha, which he
till call his home, as when back here l'x
yeari ago he voted there, went to Slam a
medical missionary under the Presby
terian Board of Missions. Thl I hi third
vacation inc entering that . work. . HI
daughter; Miss Kate McKean, Is a student
tn tha Council niuffa uivh ain.w.
coming .to Cquncll Blutfti'sh hs made'
nor nom- witn ner annt. Mr. Campbell.
MlB McJCegn 'wa horn In ha eltu f en.
nmaf. Slam,, whe're her parent, hav bean
stationed .for tbe last twenty years, and
last Saturday was their first - tneettns In
laryear. Drt McKean ion, who was also
oorn.n 01am, is a tudent at Wooster (O.)
university, and a married daughter, born
In the United Btate. lives in Aririun xn.i,
Dr. and Mr. McKean vlltd their Son and
married daughter on" their way'to'Coundl
. . Ixtytla Days' Trip.
Dr. ind Mr McKean war Ian mnniha
and alx day In mnklna- th. n, ,. e..
- ( - - - j--' . " . j , , ...it
Chlenmal, Blm, to the United States.
t-hlenmal I nearly. 7od miles fr.m
Bangkok, the CAD lift I of Riflm. - nH thu
journey 'ha to be made by water, as theie
ar no raJUrrjajriB jn that far-off countrj
which I virtually on the other side, of the"
glob. Prom--Bangkok Dr. McKesn an-l
wlf Wok the Mediterranean route home.
-..T. i"iB uy steamer to Singapore, from
there to Ceylon' and -then -tn ai.ri .-.
from there through the Sues canal to Port
wnere the steamer wa taken, -to
Naples. Itay. and from niSara A r-a-.
v v , m
New York; They left their. home in.Chleng-
mai on reoruary 18 and reached New York
on April tt. ., . ... .. ,
"Slam. Is- becoming an enlightened na
tion," said Dr. McKean, "and while the
growth of Christianity la slow It I healthy.
It ha always, until recently, been a nation
of gamblers, but th king, who. although
Buddhist. 1 an enlightened man, ha
banihed gambling, and thl means a loss
of many million of revenue to the nv.m.
ment from thl ource. Thl we naturally
consider a great tep In th right dlieotlon.
within the last five years alavery ha been
abolished. Thl Was accomplished gradu
ally. Th royal family, the nobles and th.
wealthy pcqple maintain numerous polyg -
mou wive, but the common people do not
practice polygamy. The neoDle of flim
are Buddhists. The king of Slam I today
ine only .reigning monarch who I a Budd
hlt, but he la liberal minded and appreci
ate th work of the missionaries In hi
country. He fully realise that the mis
sionaries ara there f of the good of his
people, and not for graft."
Medical Work Appeal to' Natives.
. Dr. McKean ha lately Interested himself
in the condition of the- lepers, who are
numerous In that country. Recently,
through this office of- the king brother,
Prince Damreng, who Is mjmster of the
interior and the real power, the doctor
ay, behind the throne, the missionaries
at Chlenmal wer .granted an Island aa an
asylum for leper. While home on hi
vacation Dr, McKean expect to secure
fund for erecting the necessary buildings
on thl island. "Once we 'get this work
under way the wealthy men of Slam will
iralntaln It," aald Dr. McKean.
"The medical work of the missionaries
ha always trongly appealed to the pe.ple
of Slam," said Dr. McKean. "We estab
lish hospitals in every town where we
locate. We -also build schools and churches.
In Chlenmal we have a church membership
of about 1,500. Smallpox has always been
terrible acoarge 1" that country and It
wipe out entire villages and communities.
Th vaccination work we are doing Is
remedying thl great evil to a lat-ge extent.
About four- yeArs yrfio, findirg It very diffi
cult to secure sufficient and proper vaccine,
All of which bad to be obtained from this
ccui.try, l started a vaccine laboratory In
Chlenmal. Tbanatlve ar Instructed how
to administer it, and they go out through
the eountry vaccinating the children, re
turning to me' every month' for. furtneri in
struction. In the laat four years by. this
method w hav vacvlrated over 25.0UO
people. ,. .
"Malaria I another -great trouble m that
country, but 'when the missionaries im
ported large quantities of quinine the king
and thu - government at once realized the
beteflt to b secured from It and now
th government ha quinine on sale In
very town and jitnlel in th kingdom. "
wnere ur. McKean and hi wife are 10
atsd there are but a, few EuroDeana. Kns
Ushmeit who are. engaged in.-the business
of exporting teak' wood, which Is pne of ths
most valuable tJirnmodttles of that country
In Bangkok, however, . rners ; is a , large
. . 1.W1P ! V. L, I , 111, 111 11, V, IUUI.LI
Bluff for several weeks before going east.
Bradley Plowa run alone. Be Sperling
A- Triplett, 817 BKDadway;. ' - , . ,
Strong Healtky Worhen
If a Wem1 strons aad healthy in wOrasnly way, motbV
rbood mean o her but little tuferin. Th trouble lie,
ia tb iget that: the maoy womea suffer iront weskness and
disoata of tha distinctly feminine orfanisra and ar unntted
for saothsrbood. This can be remedied. Itr
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescripiioa
Car tp waakaassa and disorder erf women.
It aoU direetly on tba delicate and Important
organ oonaarned fas aaotbarhood, making then ... ,
kaakaya tros'tf vigoroas, visit and elaatio.
"Parorit Prasoription" baoishe tb indisposition of tit '
period of expectancy aad aaks baby' advent cay and
glosast painl. It quicken and vitalizas lit Uminin.
arf sets, aad insure heal t by end robust baby. Thousand of women luvg . , ,
tssnaed ta it msrvslous ariu.i
ft MAket Wtsk W omn Strong. ft Makei SJck Wtmicn yelf.
Hoaaat draiSist da not offer substitute, aad url them urusn van as "ius '
' a good.". Aooapt ao taeret not tram ia plc of tbit u4-erei remedy.- It
eontaia aot'fc droe of alaohol and not a rain. of habit-iorrtiinf vf igjuttfla r'
drag. ! para giycari aatraci of healin, aatira Amancan root. " " ""''
Quality At Any Sacrifice
pt : ;v if.::.
$ PMAHA.NEB. :-;-V.
JesAfc.asg- t. ' I-
$1.75'ppr saclt j
At all grocers
UPDIKB MlLLlNQ pOMrANT OJCAHA.
BIG FIND FOR IOWA SCHOOLS
Over Million and Half Will Be Spent
by New Board.-
I0WANS WANT . CUM HATCHERY
Ask Appropriation from riingrrss to
Establish tine on Mississippi to
Furnish Shells to Ilntton
(Ft-nm a Staff Corresponde'it.') '
DES MOINES, la,, . MAy t7:("9t,e-lal.)
Over one and -one-Iialf milium tdilUrg per
yrar win ue expenusu fjy ne-new. iinsrfciai
board recently seloctAd b the- new Board
of Education to marm go' uff Hirer at the three'
educational Instltuflbfls'' of fowa. There I
an annual enrollment' at these schools of
about 6.0110 students, all told. . It has been
Charged that there lias bnen , extravagance
under the old style of rrianagemeht by sep
arate trustees for eafh ar,HooI and, tha new
board will assume, Jt duUca .with,, a firm
determination to make' tmsHles principle
count-at. evury turn.
Navigation of Pes Volnes.
Major Meigs of the gpvernmenA survey
service 1 making a Uiunch trip jlown the
De .Moines .rlveras a, -rolimlnary .survey
to"mako' m-oiiimendatlons an to feasibility
Of dredgihg' It for nHVlht'tTn. Cltlsens of
cities and towns along tne .river are not
overlooking' the opportunity' to .Impress
upon the mind of the government official
that the cities along the river arc alive.
He Is being greeted by ' reception, commit
tees at everv bend of the river.
Plan Iowa Corn Show.
Thursdry of this esk1 there will be a
Joint meeting In Des' M-olnes of Vhe execu
tive committees of the Towa State' Da Irv
association arid the""' Iowa. ' Corn Growers'
aasncHtlon for the purfose of formulating
plp.ns for the merger of the- dairy, and corn
shows lliis. winter, nnjiklpg ,tUe show that Is
to be he)d in the new eqileseum one-qf t-he
lm-gest of the kind ever held In the United
Clam Hatchery 4n lant, -
towans are -watching -'wilB cphldflrable
Interest the approprlatlojis of orp-frc for
the iclam hatchery on .the MiHilslppi river
In Muscatine county. Thla government
station will have In connection with It an
experiment station. ' .' The .'development of
clams Is desired to 'furnish shell for the
manufacture of pearl buttons,
. Teachers' Institutes rlauued.
State Superintendent of Puhlia Instruc
tion Join P; Rlggs has l-e-'ucd art announce.
ment of the dates uT'.the county teachers'
Institutes to. be Iveld thro turhbut t lie slrUe.
During the next few months there will be
Institutes in practically. . all the county
seals of the state." : : : ' ; n". 1. .
t orients 'Oo to Farm.
It Is said th; three-fourths of .the. grad
uates from the Sluts' Agrh ultural college
at Ames ' this year have expressed their
Intention of going upon farms to make their
living nd Ihere' applying practical!- the
principles; of arlvani'ed' ' Sgtlcillture rthey
have' learned In the college. . . .... ' '
Brlggs- Boal y to He Aethrneil. ;
The body of Ansel Jrlggs, the first gov
ernor of Iowa, which- now Meg-in a firao
tlcaUy unmarked grate In OmfthH, ' wllf be
removed soon to Andrew JacksOn county,
for final interment by tho side of other
members of his family.nd a auitabla mon
ument erected. An appropriation wa mad
for thl purpose by the last leglslatura.
The- transfer will be under the direction
of Representative J". "IV . EJH ."of Jackson
county. It Is expected to make the re
Interment one of state-wide'' significance.
Governor B. F.' Carroll will be aakdt wlla
others, tomaks addresasa nn thai acj-iaaIiMi.
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