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OFFERED FOR RENT
Hnin and (ollifn
SIX rooms, HfS Grnco St.. nearly new,
II nimifrn, oak finish firm floor, nicely
Six rnme. 121 N. 37th St., modern except
S-v n room. 1101 Spencer St., all nvxl
errr. $26 50
Seven rooms, 1456 Lothrop St. new. all
Elxht room. 2&41 Webitr Avt mlrn
'VPt heat. $16.
ln rooms, U38 a 30th St., alt modem
rKht rooms. 1404 B. th Bt . oak flnlch on
firy floor, complete n every way. This
mi-H he seen before you rent anything
f'lve rooms, $72 N. 30th St., modern ex-c-lpt
heat, new, IIS.
l.-'lvs rooms. 2T2J Sherman Ave, modern
except heat, $15.
Six rooms. 1122 Cuss Bt., new, all modedn,
one block-to osr, $37.60.
Six rooms. Kith and Dodge, suitable for
light manufacturing business, ail modern.
1614 Emmet Bt., 9 rooms, furnished com
plete, must rent at one. IV).
Flva rooms. 2o4 Pierce ft., modern ex
cept heat, lot 1S3 feet deep, $-.
Seven rooms, 626 S. tb, modern except
heat, barn, $26.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1814 Harney St.
SEVEN room, all modern; one block from
cer. ittsl Lafayette Ave., $J6 Tel., Harney
WILL, rent a portion of first floor and
all of basement In bullling at (14 Far
nam. This has trackage and In good
wholesale location. Inquire F. K. Jordon
aY. Co., (14 Farnam Bt
. . Offices.
FINE atore or office room, across from
F. D. WEAD. 1801 Farnam.
STOREROOM and basement In Snarga
block, & O.. 529 N. M'n. Hall. 4JS Raws'
Bldg., both phop .
OFFERED FOR SALE
BRAND NEW FULL SERPENTINE
SWELL. FRONT VlUARTERSA WED
GOLDEN OAK DRESSER AT LESS THAN
R. T. VKIl.MEHKEN, 1618 DO DOE.
BASE BURNER for sale. C10 Cass St-
Typewriters All Makes
Sold and Rented
Hflt Applied If Purchased
Mil the standard makes. Prices M
to H manufacturers'. Rent a ma
chine, test It If right buy It
Olivers. Underwoods, L. C. Smiths,
Remingtons, etc. Broad t years'
guarantee with each one sold.
Examine our stock or write for bar
gain list before buying.
B. F. Swanson Co.,
417 So. 16th Su, Omaha, . Neb.
EVERYTHING In typewriters; Just a
few of our bargains: Rebuilt No. 2 Smith
Premier, $fl; No. 3 Oliver. $35; No. Rem
Inton.v i'Xi; machines shipped on approval;
no deposit required.
TYPEWRITER EQUIPMENT CO.,
306 S. 12th St.
SECOND hand typewriters sold, repaired.
Central Typewriter Exchange. IM1 Farnam.
rtaatoa aad Other Maaleal laatrameata
FISHER PIANO, cost new $600. and
Pianola cost alone $3j0, and IS rolls music
Owner will take $1.'i0 for all or will sell sep
arately. Can lie seen at Piano-Player Co.,
Old Boston Store.
AT CUT .PRICES.
We save you from 60o to
Si-60 on every ton and give
Coal. He guarantee correct
rusnbl4tt's cut price
.; - Coal co.
DRI'UM at cut prices, freight paid OB a1
110.' orders; catalogue free, Shnrmaa A
ascCunneli Drug Co.. Omaha. Neb.
TRY a. C. Dimmock 4 Hons. South
Oiuana. for lumber.
GARLAND STOVES wae.
the famouM Garland stoves. Not being in
.uj higli rent district we can save you
money on stoves.
G. 11. MEYER. 2709 Leavenworth.
Hardware and Stove Dealer.
NEW steel 6-hole kitchen range complete,
hot and cold water connection, $16. Call
We) will sail two ouiiuis that bave been in
use at the atee building. They are eaoh
175 horsepower return tubular boilers. 7s
lncli diameter by Is feet long. They have
UN C. 1. tube t Inches by 13 feet. Work
ing pressure lau pounds per square Inch.
Host suriace m.ouu so,u
xzu square feet
i are very anxious
bvA I immediately an
gaiA If taken at once.
Host suriace is.vuu square leeu urate aroa
anxious to dispose of these
and will sell at a bar
THE WEE BUILDING COMPANY.
"th and Farnam bis. Omaha, Neb.
WE HAVE on band a number of Ink
barrels which we will sell at too eaoh. The,
are fine for rain water oi aahea. CaU ai
pressroom Bee Publishing Co.
FOR SALE New and Id-band blllard
and pool tables. We lead the world la
cheap bar fixtures, easy payments. Bruna-wtck-Balke
Cullender. 407 8. lOia Bt.
pnir. Publlo Market Special. K
KsKJAXJf . Best vaU, B Omaha. J
Partridge-Thompson Co., lmo Harney. D. UAl
MALL sales, new. Id-band, ill! rarnara.
Pn AT. "' good; Yukon egg or lump,
HARMON WEETH. Both phones.
" WORTH SEEING.
MUST SfcLL 3uv STOVES.
- Used only one season, for storage charge.
. Also furniture. HI J Dodge bt. Doug. 4.87.
' Cuiue early for your choice.
SAFES, uew and second-hand. U10 Farn.
FOR SALE A good self adding cash
register; will sell ou easy payments. Ad
dress P 471. Bee. ,
FOR SALE NATIONAL CASH RtOIS-
ir.it cut a f.
HLTESON OPTICAL CO..
'Hi B. 16th SU
FOR SALE Cheap, a lady's Krimmer
coat; good as new. Phone Webster 4s4i.
JOHNSON. INS.. til M. Y. L, Tel. D. 1M4
Dr. Katheryn Nlckolaa. tot K. Y. L. Bldg.
D u. BAHWELL. Paxlon B Tel iJsU iai.
HUFFMAN. JU NevUle Bldg. Book free.
H V1X c'"nd. made Into fall styles.
kk-huiai-se'a Hat Fcty.. 06 N. la.
STlUcTL private home during cooflae
nirni; ixcUnt cisra; baoira adovtuU;
trained nurse. Kll DaVtnporl St.
CORNS Vour corn er-mea out or your
n .f !1' "ck when iou
use Ovrn Jelly. liaiUea Drug Co. KW Far.
MAGNETIC ISrm .,
t- St.. third floor
JAMES V?T can lnurance money
by writing John or Charley.
irriiOME for my durtog confinement.
pe find beings for babtts hra luoibe.t
cannot care for them. Babirs boarawi
For terms. addr lira. Martha A. Lr a
naiicrofl Si.. Oiua'a. Nu fuua Doug
las 1KO. '
MRS. KITTEN HO USE. vibratory m,.
age and electric batiks. K. M i. fioo.-
Bwsioa store luag., 16: h ai.d luk.a-
LADIES wiahiug to obtain the latea
6rt-m cutting sysiem. Lean rutting. Can
Ul No Kith tit. 4 none. I Kiuglaa lull.
PRIVATE home during confinement,
babies for adoption; liooU Samaritan San
llorium, 740 li Ave.. Council Biuits. la.
DR. EOOEltS, pilvate eonflnemnt horns
Li Manha St lei Doi (las WJS.
THE famous Velvetlna Toilet Ooods. For
sale by all druggists or pnone Douglas 6601
THE SALVATION A KM Y solicits castoff
clothing; In fact, anything you d . not need
We collect, repair and sell at 134 N. 11th
St., for cost of collection to the worthy
p-or. Call phone Douglas 4ui and wagon
OMAHA temmrers Ins.. Kamge Bldg
MAON-TSTYC Treatments. Emmerils
Uroit, 1311 8. 16th St. Doug.
ANYONE knowing the preent wheie
abouts or James C. Ballard, who re!M-e1
In Douglas county in lrtT. or snv of his
relstlves. will please communicate wit-
H la. care Omaha Bee. Omaha. Neb.
Ic&',ft!.cVnfli5',,"n, home. Mr Dr. King,
U"4 N. 4th. TeL. Web. 166. Ind. B-IKA
ABLE-BODIED MEN BB
TWEEN THE AGES OF
AND 40. ABOVE t FT.- I
INCHES IN HEIGHT, AND
FOR PERMANENT POSI
TIONS AS CONDUCTORS
RESIDENTS OF OMAHA .
AND VICINtTX PRE
FERRED. APPLT FROM M TO U
A. M. AND 1 TO 4 P. M.
DAILY AT THE OFFICE
OF SUPERINTENDENT OF
TRANSP ORTATION, ID
FLOOR MERCHANTS NA
TIONAL BANK BUILDING.
OMAHA & COUNCIL
BLUFFS STREET RAILWAY
WTflS nd toupeea ror man. GRIFFITH.
"luo U and 14 Frenaer Blk.
WE RENT and repair all makes of sew
ing machines. 'Phones: Ind. A 1663; Doug.
lMsi. Neb. cycle Co., corner l&Lh and Har
manicuring and massage. 1724 Capitol Ave!
A NEW BOOK, the "Underworld Sewer."
DV J l ft i WAuhhurn r.rl,.a II KA Ql wu
" w '.-'v.. ay v eya.w, uiu U JT
Swarts St McKelvey, 10 S. ISth St., be
tween uougias ana Dodge.
MME ALLEN. 107 North 17th. Electro.
Magnetic and Massage Treatment.
Arlene de Voy. Manicuring and massage.
520 S. ltith St. Flat 8. Phone D. 7086.
PHONK IND. A-iW for good print lag
Lyngsiadt Printing Co.. Uth Capitol Ave.
HTATT 4 LONOACRR. PRINTERS,
17UI Leavenworth Bt. Tel. Doug. M7.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
REED ABSTRACT CO., Est. lffig; prompt
service; gel our prices. 1710 Farnam BU
OANQESTAD. 404 Bee Bldg. Tel. D. MSL
PAYNE INV. CO.. first floor N. Y. Ufa
BENJAMIN H. B. CO., 477 BrandeU Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST CO.
-HAS. E. WILLIAMSON. President.
FOR quick return, list you? real estate
for sale and exchange with me, uo sal
no pay. W. W. Mitchell. Board at Trad"
Bldg.. Omaha Neb.
CIT1 PROPERTY rOR IALI
S ACRES IMPROVED AND ALL OF
New house, 4 large rooms; pump in
kitchen and cistern; well and t pump;
chicken house; all fenced, I wires; to
chickens; Jersey cow; 1 buggy; buggy har
ness; 40 bu. beets; 14 bu. potatoes; 00 ft.
chicken wire; 4,000 lbs. millet hay; 1800 in
surance 6 years, paid; cellar and cave;
barn and chicken coop; 60 fruit trees; 1
horse; Jersey calf, 1 year old; 1 wagon;
work harness; carrots and rutabagas; ISO
bu. corn; 00 grape vines; wheelbarrow;
potato fork and harrow.
$2,000 cash; balance t years at 6 per
Located 1 mile north of Krug Park.
N. P. Dodge & Co.,
Ever hear of an easier and better prop
osition than this? We will seU you a
choice lot in one of the best suburban
localities, two blocks from car, stores,
etc., and build a 4. 6 or 4-rootn modern
house to your order on a $75 or $100 cash
payment and balance In rental sums. If
the total cost is not less than that at
which you can build or buy elsewhere we
don't you to purchase. Come in at once
and figure with us.
RUSSELL & McKITRICK 00.,
433 . Raruge Bldg. 13th and Harney.
Seventh Prize Story.
HOW LILLIAN FOUND PROSPERITY
THROUGH A BEE WANT AD.
By Myrtle Jensen, 208 Isard street. Omaha.
Aged 12 years, seventh B of Webster
school. Teacher la Misa A. Hopper,
r ather is Mr. J. N. Jensen.
LEARN HA1RDRESS1NO while you
woik: classes to 7 p. m. The Parlors,
McCague block. Tel. Doug.
"There Lady Jane, I think your hair will
look pretty, dressed this way," said Lillian,
holding ber doll at arm's length and scruti
nizing her fair head.
"I never saw a child ao fond of primp
ing and fussing with hair as Lillian is."
remarked Mrs. Carmen to her sister.
Lillian had a great many dolls so she
had plenty of hair to arrange every day.
But one day, about six years afterward,
the Carman's met with serious rnlsfor
tunes which l'ft Mrs. Carman and Lillian
sad and forsaken In the depths of poverty.
Lillian tried to comfort her mother, but
to little avail, for Mra, Carmen had never
THE WRITER OF THIS STORY WAS AWARDED SEVENTH
PRIZE IN LAST WEEK'S CONTEST.
C ITY PROPER IV FOH SALE
Four large rooms and hall on first floor,
three hedroom upstairs, south front, one
block from boulevard and Harnev car. I73
Webster Ft. $4,600. subject to paving; Im
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
Doug. orAflM. 1001 N. T. Life Bldg.
2612 Corby St
u7w iivp-rwin cuiikko nuTTie, wpii mini,
with bnvth. sua and ettctrlo llRht omb!Tia
tlon fit t urea, ood cellar with furnace,
nict attic, wment walk, fence, aovth
fenn r rliH ffM 1 at 1 t k I
si win, ayi 1VU Will JT f.iM7, 1 1 BIMU HUB IfllMllll.
Sole Agents, Main Floor, N. Y. Life Bldg.
Two storv double holme, fullv modern.
built last year, rental $&0 per month; on
17 th close to Dodge St. Will take small
house in xchange. $t.500.
L1SA11AN REALTY CO.
701 N. Y. Life Bldg. Phone Doug. 1569
Lot , (.27 acres, 3,B4.M. 400 cash.
balance $lu0 anually. The prettiest UlUe sub
urban home in the county. Fine for a fruit
and chicken farm. Only one mile to Benson
and close to paved roads into Omaha .Buy
It now and get ready to move onto It
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Ground Flour. New York Life Building.
Phone Doug. 1781 or A 1188.
8 Rooms, $5,500
BRAND NEW, modern; 4 nice bedrooms,
floored attic, oak and hard pine finish,
oak and maple floors, fine basement, extra
toilet, light and airy throughout, corner
lot on parked and paved streets, 1 block
to car. WORTH INVESTIGATING.
TAf A T lyTT-nReal Estate
vv ii-fivujr (
87&-7 Brandela Bldg:
Dundee, 75 Feet
Lot and a half (75 feet), $1,000. N. and E.
front on water main. A sightly building
spot In Dundee.
W. L Selby,
48 Board of Trade Bldg.
A choice building lot, "Hillsdale." $1.00
cash, 11 a week. Prices $100 to $a; no in
terest, no taxes. See us.
HASTINGS at HF.YDEN. 1614 Harney St
Neat, almost new, good neighborhood.
North side of town, two blocks to N. 24th
street car line.
Very easy terms. Worth fully $1,600.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. V. Life Bldg.
PARKER STREET HOMES
We offer for sale the corner of 28th and
Parker, 60 feet frontage by 1284, two 7
room houses, one G-rooin cottage, all mod
ern except furnace, paved street. We want
offer on above described. Call or address
GRAHAM-PETERS REALTY CO.,
922 N. Y. Life Bldg. Both 'Phones.
INVESTMENT Two St Louis flats,
built 1 year, monthly rental $102; corner
lot. paving paid in full both st-eets, first
class location; BIGGEST SNAP IN
tiM AHA: $8,600. Could handle with $8,500
cash. GLOVER REALTY SYNDICATE.
iuund Floor. N. Y. Life.
We have ust been Instructed by owner,
who has left city permanently, to sell
his modern home on Manderson St., just
west of 24th St. This Is an 8-room modern
house, located In fine neighborhood, near
car. Lot H0xl28, fine trees sna paving paid
In full. This property should bring $6,000.
Will be sold to firat customer offering
14. 0. Let us take you out at once to seo
Doug. 1472. 613 N. Y. L. Bldg.
New t-room mod. cottage, walking dis
tance; paving paid In full; $2,600. Big snap
and ihould sell at once.
618 N. Y. L.
B room cottage, near 24th and Ames; south
fiont lot, 20x100; nice shade trees; blk.
from car; nice little home; $L4j0.
near 84th and Ames. 46x124: paved street;
good neighborhood; snap for you; $400.
Dcug. U7Z. l$ N. Y. L.
FOR SALE First mortgage. $3,100, due In
one year, 6 per c.nt: give small discount.
,79 Brandels Bldg. Doug. 417L
seen such life before.
"Olt, the humiliation of it all," she
would . say when her old-time friend re
fused to recognise her when they met.
"Ion't mind that, mother," Lillian
replied just wait until we get back to
the old life again."
One day Lillian entered the room with
a copy of the Bee.
"Look at this Another," she said, point
ing to the above advertisement.
"May I apply mother? Oh please, may
IT I'm sure it will be pleasant work and
you know I'm to learn while I work."
The next day Lillian went to the par
lors. She received the place.
Now, after an elapse of another six
yesrs. we find Lillian In a high-grade
establishment of her own. Moreover, It
la the largest in the city and she can now
amply provide for ber mother and her
"And all any success due to that little
Bee warn ad." she aays, when she and
her mother talk It over.
OMAHA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1900.
C ITY PRorKH I Y FOR 1LR
FIVE mom cement block house, modem
except heat; tiled bathroom and vestibule;
full cement cellar, cem.nt walks. Must be
eold. Corner 47th and Military Ave. Will
sell on easy terms.
P. O. NEILSEN & CO.,
708 N. T. Life Bldg. Both 'Phones.
3432 Franklin St
New bungalow with five nice living
rooms, with mission finish, nice bath room,
pantry, closets, attic, gpod cellar, all ready
to move right In. Price, $2,750, Easy
Payne, Bostwick & Co.
Sole Agents. Muln Floor N. Y. Life.
1511 Frederick St
Brand new 6-room cottage, with parlor,
dining room and kitchen, two nice bed
rooms, with bath between; nickel plumb
ing, medicine cabinet beautiful combina
tion electric light fixtures, good cellar, nice
attic, cement walks nil around house; all
ready to occupy; good location, high and
sightly. Price, $2,700. Easy terms.
Sole Agents, Main Floor N. Y. Life.
A "close In" cottage, with 6
nice, large, sunny rooms, only
10 minutes' walk from post
office; modern except fur
nace: large south front lot
60x135; paved street.
The Byron Reed Co.,
Phones: Doug. 297; A 3834. 212 S. 14th.
1509 Frederick St,
Brand new bungalow, five nice living
rooms, parlor and dining room, mission fin
ish, with mission electric combination fix
tures, two bed rooms and bath room.
Floors all finished for rugs, good cellar,
large attic, cement walks all around house,
sodded lawn, all ready to occupy. Price,
$2,660; $500 to $400 down, balance monthly.
Sole Agents, Main Floor N. Y. Life.
New 8-room brick and-oement house, very
very fine. West of Joslyn's. Price, $10,000.
Harrison & Morton,
13 N. Y. Life Bldg.
for a nice building lot' In the south part
of the city on Frederick St.. between loth
ma Aoin ciis., wun city waier, Kas, cement
walks, on grade, a splendid place to
build a cottage home. It's a bargain.
Sole Agents. Main Floor, N. Y. Life Bldg.
SIX-ROOM HOUSE, $2,300
Good location; one of the best built
houses in Omaha; plenty of shade and
shrubbery; large barn; convenient to car
line; owner leaving city and will sacrifice;
place Is worth at least J.V000.
SIX-ROOM HOUSE, $1,400
In soutnern part of town, owner wants
to sell at once.
NOWATA LAND. LOT CO.. -Eulte
824 New York Life Bldg.
. NINE ROOMS, MODERN .,
except heat; lot fronts two streets; can
build another house on other end of lot.
$2,500 ONLY $500 CAS1I,
Balance at 6 per cent for five years, or
monthly payments to suit. What, doj you
think of that!
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Farnam St Property
133 feet, near 24th $36,000.
110 feet, near 23d. $260 a foot.
24 feet, near 22d. improved, $17,000.
87 feet, near 2isv, $42,000 (improved).
90 feet, east of 20th, $75,000.
6.4 feet, corner 20th. $42,000.
Harrison 3c Morton
2719 Sprague St.
Extra large, five-room new cottage with
larfcM baih room, gns and electric light,
large cellar with sink, hot and cold water
connection, room enough on second floor
to linUh three nice chambers, house beauti
fully decorated, full size screens, good
iawn, permanent walks, out side cellarway,
some fruit and shade, price $2,000. Easy
teims, immediate possession.
Payne, Bostwick & Co.,
Solo Agents, Main Floor, N. L. Life Bldg.
N. W. CORNER '
22D AND CALIFORNIA
Being 80 feet aouth front on California,
and 82 ft. east front on 22d street, with pav
ing a.l la.d on 22J street. Oround alone
worth from $4,000 to $4,600. House has
tight large rooms with steam heating plait.
Alt i txjai, are nicely decorated and in guod
condlt oii, close lo Creighton college and
High chool. Income from ' rooms now Is
$ui a month, besides the owner has the
use of imo other rooms. This is a bargain
and offered at the above price for only a
Hasiinga & Heden. 1014 Harney Street.
3517 Jackson Street
Good U-room house with bath, hot and
cold water, on grade, fine shade and fruit,
paved street, cement walks, excellent
neighborhood. Owner leaving city and will
sell property for $500. Here is a bar
gain. Payne, Bostwick &Coe,
Koie Agents, Main Floor N. Y. Life.
A good, safe, sure Income-bearing prop
erly; no gingrrbreud about It; not show
properly pajirg over Is per cent net and
Kill incrraaa n value. Can be bought for
$J,i00; 0.00j cash and S4.000 lung as you want
ll to run at $ per cent.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
tunc S24 N. T. Life Bldg.
HANSCOM PARK HOME rooms
nearly new, all nr.oUein. with HOT WATLK
HEAT1NO, paving paid. Owner leaving
city; will take $j,MU. TERMS. OLOVLK
REALTY SYNDICATE. Ground Flour. N.
BEMId PARK New house. 1 rooms and
large rcccpiloa hall, oak fuiisn, hot water
heating. n.ce bouih from lot; snap at $6 oou,
1KHMH. GLOVER REALTY tiul
CATE. Ground Floor. N. Y. Life.
OWNER leaving town and wishes to
sell his fine 6-room bungalow All modern,
hot wau-r heat, cement walks, gaiage.
Lot UlxlJO feet. Houso only one year old
Price ouly $,U). rart t'ajih.
P. 0. NEILSEN & CO.,
703 N. T. Life Bldg. Both 'Phones.
REAL state for rale; 1'10-acre farm,
partly improved; good log building, good
meadow and small stream water running
through land Price $J"iO; eaay terms.
Thia is a snap. J. D. Martin, Staples, alma.
I WANT an offer on lot t block 20. origi
nal plat of the city of Omana. with two
houses. If and toll California street. Lot,
New Yuik Life Building.
FARM AKU HtM II LAND FOR
SCOTT'S BLUFF SPUDS
are yielding big on Irrigated lands. On our first trip. Mav 4. we sold elchtv acres
to a hustling young man from A lsnis county. He got busv at once, broke out the
land, planted part of it In potatoes. Now he Is harvesting from that smi ground
Over 200 Bushels to the Acre
That shows what good soil and plenty of water will do. Thst man will pay '
for his land In two yesrs snd make a good living besides.
NOW Is a good time to dfmonstrate what that land will do. Take no one's word
for Its n odurtlvlty go and see. They are galling In the crops, harvesting thi
spuds, fligglug beets, threshing the grain. Ea'lrst thing In the world to prove to
your own satisfaction what we have told so of en In our advertising.
A BIG CROWD WENT OUT THIS WEEK
They will be back this evening, full of enthusiasm. EVERY MAN BL'T ONB
bought on the trip two weeks ago. The land are going fast at this rate. To ac
commodate the people who are anxious to go we run a
Special Excursion Tuesday, October 19.
Whv not go out with us? If you have any notion at kll of Investing In Irri
gated lands you will never have a better opportunity never get better soil so near
the eastern markets never find a more bcu'itlfu; water supply never see a more
beautiful country never enjoy a more salubrious climate. Conditions are ideal.
After seeing the country you will not wonder at our selling
$1,500,000 Worth Since May 4 "
It la a record to be proud of, because every man who has bought is sure to
make money on his Investment. It is not speculation it Is like buying government
All we ask Is that you go out and see what we offer In the Scott's Bluff Coun
tryAmerica's Valley of the Nile.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Land Merchants. New York Life Bldg.
land buyers' guide
Explains everything about Irrigation, re
liable from unreliable water supply; how
to property select; what to buy and what
not lo bujS It's free. Write today.
FOR SALE A bargain; 400 acres, nicely
Improved; every foot rich and tillable. In
southwest Missouri, for HO per ..re; no
agents. Lock Box 883, Lamar, Mo.
LAND 12 sections, 7,630 acres, In a solid
body; Joining the city of Midland, on the
southern plains of West Texas, at the end
of the main business street; will agree to
deed In 80-acre tracts 10 years' time, i per
cent Interest, wholesale deal; write us for
full description and particulars. W. J.
Moran 4 Co., Owners, Midland, Tex.
CHEYENNE COUNTY WHEAT LAND.
43 bushels wheat land, $20 an acre. The
purest and richest of soil and heaviest
orop yielding county in Nebraska for years.
Write for full particulars. Agents wanted
everywhere for our proposition at once.
FUNDIN3LAND A fSEVERSON,.
Land Brokers, Sidney, Neb.
Land $5 Per Acre
No. 2991,320 acres timber and gracing
land, on Illinois rlvei, in Adair county;
nearly all black oak timber, will make
from two to four railroad ties Vo the tree;
some white oak saw - timber; aom white
pine, 14 to 24 inches in diameter and W to
100 feet high; SOO to 400 acres of thia land
can be cultivated; About 00 acres now
under cultivation; ten miles of Westvllle,
and new railroad now building within three
miles of land; the Umber alone ought to
pay more than we ask for the land. Price,
No. 642 1,620 acres timber and grass land
In Cherokee and Adair counties, at td per
No. 645130 acres timber land within three
miles of Peggs, Cherokee county, at 16 per
Can you beat these offerings?
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite (24 N. Y. Life Bldg.
9.17( acres of pasture land In a body,
miles from R. R. town. 16 per cent farming
land, balance hilly pasture land, some
valuable timber land on part of It. Well
watered and located in Tolso county. Price
14 60 per acre, will take up to (10,000 In
trade, balance easy terms.
Extra good level l-acre farm, four miles
N. W. of Springfield, Neb. Nicely Im
proved. Price 1110 per acre. Terms.
Improved SO, of extra good land. 314
miles S. W. of Springfield, Neb. Price
$D per acre.
13.OU0 wil buy a nicely Improved 10-acre
tract three blocks from Millard, Neb.,
postoffice. Fenced hog tight and plenty
rit. wire or phone
FRANK GRAHAM. PAPILLION. Neb.
FOR Oregon, California and Idaho lands,
mines and timber addrses Cleraenta-Baslsr
Ileulty C.i.. Oracta Pass. Ore.
120 ACRES; leHd bolt, Missouri; 474 acres
stock farm. In Mlnsouri; 200 seollons, Texas,
J. O. Hardy, Lcsloge, Mo.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
LOANS to home owners and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
ments semi-annually. No commission.
A yVf. H. THOMAS.
US First National bank Bldg.
F1VB PER CENT MONBY
to loan on
Omaha Business Property.
Room 1. New York Ute Bldg.
J0 to t.i.000 on homes in Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co- l'XJl N. Y. Life. Doug.
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne lnveament Co.
1100 tn tin, 000 made promptly. T. D. Vfead,
Weed hl.:g . lath and Fa ream.
WANTED City loans. Paterg .Trust Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam einith 4 Co.. 13M tiraao t
PAYNE. BOSTWICK CO. N. Y. Life
Private money. toOO to fe.080, low rata.
SECOND MOKTOAUE loans negotiated.
Apply I' m: mi 417-1S I-'irst r.t I bank Bldg
Lieil 'Phone. Douglas lilt.
LOWEWT RATUS-Bemls. Brandels Bldg.
GARVIN BROS.. Ill N. T. Life K4 lo
t2ou.0uu on Improved property. No delay.
FARM LOANS ( and 't per cent optional
payments.: no delay. L fcilBBERXfiEN.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
t, ( and 7-rooru houses; If prices are right
we can fell your property lor you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite (24 N. Y Bldg.
WANTED 17.000. private loan, first clasa
real estate (ranch) security, five years, 7
per cent, full particulars, description, etc.
Address Lock Box Us. Mayvllle, N- l.
WANTED Becondhsnd platform scales;
large enough to weigh tOu or 600 lbs. 231
W. B'aay. Co. Bluffs.
WANTED TO BUY
, BE8T price paid for second-hand furol.
mie. carpets, clothes and aaoea. 11. Doug.
BEST prle paH for M-hand furniture,
stoves, clothing. TV. Roseobiaic TeL D. ML
HIGHEST price for furniture, ete,
BELL'S Furn. Store, lets Dodge. Red 16-1.
WANT Id band ahos and clothes. D. l.sS.
J fAUM A!D HAMII I. l FOR l.K
BALTIMORE Id-hand store pays best
price 1-liaud furniture, clothes, etc D. 420a.
WANTED to buy, houses, vacant lots;
have cuHluinrrs wanting. Inquire 411 Kar
WANTED TO BUY
We have buyers fur 4, 6 and
6-rorim cottages; let us know
If you want to aelL
R. H. LANDER YOU,
443 Board of Trade.
Tels. Doug. 151., Ind. 2161.
WANTED Completely furnished house
or apartment; Immediate possession; two In
family; no children. Olve full particulars.
Address F 64d, Be.
WANTED Room and board, with bath
room, by married couple; must be first
class and walking distance. Price from
ISO to t& per mouth; references required.
P. O. Box 525, Omaha.
WANTED By young man, place to work
for board while attending Boyles college.
WANTBD Position tn clothing and gents'
furnishings, or as manager of general
store, by young man, 28 years old, married,
11 years expeilence; speak Scandinavian.
Open for position between now and Janu
ary 1. Best of reference. Address Y-7,
LADY with several years' businssa train
ing desires position selling either in city
or will travel. Ai reference. Address
W 607. care Bee.
YOUNO Japanese boy wishes situation,
house work. T. OsakL 2521 N St., South
Omaha. Neb. '
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OB'FICE
Omaha, Nebraska, October 14, VJOJ. Sealed
proposals, in triplicate, will be received here
and by Quartermaster at th post named
herein, until 10 a. m., central standard time,
November L 1909, for furnishing Hay, dur
ing the period from November 16, 1909. to
June 10, 1910. at Fort Riley, Kansas. Pro
posals for delivery at other places will not
be entertained. United States reserves right
to reject or accept any or all proposals, or
Any part thereof. Information furnished on
application here or to Quartermaster at sta
tion named. Envelopes containing proposals
should be marked "Proposals for Forage,"
and addressed to Major D. E. MCCARTHY,
C. Q. M. OIB-M-M
NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR STATE PRINT
INO. Bids will be received by th State Print
ing Board at the office of the Secretary
of State at Lincoln. Nebraska, on or be
fore Monday, October 25. 1909, for printing
1,000 copies, volume 86 to 94, Inclusive, Su
preme Court Reports; and 2,000 copies jws
of Nebraska, relating to railroads and
other common carriers.
Specifications for same can be found on
file in the office of the Secretary of State.
All bids must be accompanied by a bond
equal in amount to the probable cost of
the work bid upon. The Board reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
Lincoln. Nebraska, Oct. 11. 1909.
8TATE PRINTING BOARD.
By H. Q. Thomas.
OctlS D6t Secretary of the Board.
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FROM NET YORK
JAN. IS aad FEB. 10
FROM NEW YORK
Alee Yachting Tears by New Tvia-Sorev
"NENBICE- tareegh the Viet ladles
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Nevada' Law Facilitate the Sep
aration of the Weary
It you are tired ol your wife, relates
Munsey's Magaalne, send her out to Reno,
Nev., and after the divorce you will get a
bill something like this:
Railroad fare, Reno and return, with
sleeping car, meals, eta f too
Six and one-half months' residence:
House rent, seven months, at 140 2W)
Servant, seven months, at $40 290
Household bills, six and one-half
months, at J 100 jm
Attorney's fees and costs 660
In 1907 $80 out of every 100,000 married
cltlganj of Nevada paid th prlo, th high
est percentage of divorces of any state In
Speaking ot divorce In general, th writer
"Practically 1.000,000 divorce have been
granted In tb United States within th
last twenty years. Th exact number for
th years from 1887 to 190$, Inclusive, I
945.626, as against 12,132,044 marriage. Bo
far as new marriages are concerned, there
fore, there has been nearly on divorce
for every thirteen wedding ceremonies. And
out of this appalling total, 208,126 divorces,
or not quit one In four, have been Issued
on grounds of cruelty. Only on cause baa
been more productive desertion and th
total ot decrees based upon that charge Is
367,602. This ratio has held good In Ne
vada, and undoubtedly holds there substan
After describing many Incident In Reno
divorce court history, he asks:
"Is there much ot this seeking of dlvorc
In order to marry someone elseT
"It 1 probably th explanation of seven
application out of every ten filed tn Reno."
There are all sorts and conditions of
womsn in th Reno dlvorc oolony; but
with th exception of the. few who live In
th hotel by the river, and of those who
serve In th dinning room, they do their
own marketing, whatever their class. That
la part of th program.
"Ah," said on of them, after sh had
alighted from her motor ear and slipped
Into my place In th grocery store. "What
nice cherries. Let me have a bos, please.
And some aprlcota and artichokes. And,
oh, yes om chops and lettuoe. And will
you send them up to the house, plcaseT"
The pusxled clerk scratched his head with
his pencil and asked what house sh meant.
"Why, to my house, of course! Surely
you know where I live! And I'm so glad
I've come to Reno! I think Its climate la
lovely. I've been here three months now,
and I'm ao much In love with th place I'm
going to buy the house I'm in and spend
th rest of my life here. No. (It Mordan
street, you know. Oobd morning!" '
So they go from place to plac. It Is Irh
portant. you' see, that as many people
should know of their stay, ot Its length
and breadth, a will be required to estab
lish citizenship within th law. They all
find the climate as productive a eourc of
conversation as the weather Is with us.
Even the highly respectable wit of a dis
tinguished constituent ot the selfsame
Pennsylvania senator was not above swear
ing before a Jury that she had fallen vic
tim to the climate of Reno, would make
investments there and Intended to live ther
all the rest of her life. Perhaps th others
mean more of It than she appeared to, for
within ten days after that declaration to
her peers she had packed every bag and
parcel of her belongings and left th ell
mate of Reno to be only a sweet memory
In her life.
An old-fashioned man who wanted te
hire a team for the afternoon saw a nice
pair of bays which lie thought he would
like to drive.
"Can't let you have them," said th
llvervman. "They are wedding horses.''
"What's that?" asked th innocent pleas
"Horses that won't shy at old shoes and
showers of rice. Some horse seem preju
diced against matrimony. Anyhow they
lose their temper if they happen to be hit
by any of the good luck emblems that are
fired after a bridal couple and run away If
they get half a chance. Every livery stable,
however, keeps to or more horses who
take a more cheerful view of the wedded
stste. The may be literally pelted with
old shoes without resenting It. Thoee bay
are that kind. They are slated to head a
wedding proeesslun tonight and are resting
up for the Job." New York Sun.
Naval Hsrbor Cent pie ted.
DOVER. England. Oct. 15. Th naval
harbor, which has been in course of con
struction here for eleven years and has
eoat about $J0.00u.0uo, was formally opened
today by the prince of Wales. The harbor
comprise an area of nearly 700 acre.
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