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THE BEE: OMAIIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1909.
OFFERED FOR SALE
EVKRTTHTW In typewriters; Just a
fe-A if our bargains: Rebuilt No. 2 Smith
, Premier. $31: No. 8 Oliver, $.G; No. Uem-
lngton, 13; machines shipped 6n approval;
no OTonlt reqinreft.
type writ i;rt ryiii'MENT co.,
I XH) 8. 12th St.
." aad Olber Maaleal laitrimratt
vflSHER rTANO, com new $.Vfl, and
Variola cost tHn M, and is roll, mimic,
Itrier will take $150 for all or will tell sp-
l uteiy. can te aero ai t-iano-piayer Co.,
n iiomon oiore.
CECILIA N. piano piaver. Bond m
new,' and 22 rolla of music, $110. Plays any
i)lno, makesmir plana worth- some-thing
to you. Money rciunaea ir not satisfactory.
PIANO- i'LAXER CO.,
OJU. Boston Stor..
UOf A T AT CUT PRICES.
1 A r I f We save you from 60c to
-inj on every ion nna give
better coal. - We guarantee- correct weights.
llosenblatt's Cut Price Coal Co.
OHt'oa at cut trices, freight paid on a!
110 orders; catalogue free. Sherman m
McCennnii Drug Co., Omaha. Neb.
TRY O. C. Dlmmock
Omaha, for lumbar.
A Sons. South
; GARLAND STOVES T.VnS X?
. tf'f lamous f4e.rls.nd stoves. Not being In
r. high rent district ' we can save you
' money tin move. .-;-.'
O. il. Mi:iKR. Lmvenworth.1"" "
Hardware and rttove Dealer.
WORTH PEEING, v , '
MUST HULL. 804 STOVES.' '
Used only oni season, for storage chart.
Also furniture. 14l:v Dodge St. Doug. 4. sr.
Com early fur your tliotce: 1
i - i i .. , . , i i
BAKES, new and second-hand. 1110 Farn
I Second-Hand Boilers
Wa will aell two bOi'l that have been In
: use at the Bee building. They are each
1 lnrj diameter by Hi feet long. They have
lv C- tunes a iiicmia uy is rewi. vvura
i li lt pressure ' If 'nftd per square Inch.
llt.it surface W.OOo aqnare feet. Urate aroa
3ZVj square feet' '' '
We are very anxious to dispose of these
boilers immediately and will sell at a bar
gum If taken at once;' .".' ;
TUB BKE BUfLDlKO COMPANT.
17 W and Farnam Bts. - Omaha. Neb.
IVK HAVE "on ' band -A Iftombef of Inlt
barrel which we will aell at Wo each. Tb
aro fine for rain water oi aeuea. Call at
preaaroom Bee Publishing Co.
FOR 8ALK New and Id-hand blllard
and pool tjvilea. We -lead tbe . world la
cheap bar aj nurea, aay paymenia. uruna
Wlck-Balke Collender. 401 8. lOih St.
Fubllo, Market rtpeclal, d-K
. Unit value in Omab
FA-trldge-Thompaon V 10 Harney. D. (642
HALL, 3 sates, pew. Id-hand. 181S Farnam.
rn AT. ,rs Koofl: fukon or lump,
y I6.W, best for price, try it.
HARMON St. WEtTH, Boib phones.
FOR SALE-A good self ' adding cash
yeglster; will sell on easy payments. Ad-
dims V 471. Bee.
FOR BALK NATIONAL CASH REGIS
TER CHKAP. T -
HUTESON OPTICAL CO.,
.113 8. 16th St.
BASE BITRNER for sale. S-'IO Cass Bt.
JOHNSON, INS.. 41 N. T, U Tel. V. 16M.
Dr. Katherrn Nlckolaa. (M N. T. L. UI1
O. BARN ELL. Pfcxton B), Te Ld 7Ui,
lUFKMAN, 1S Neville Bldg. Book free.
I ah. i) ;;
ABLE-BODIED MEN BK-
TWEEN THE AGES 0F 23
AND 40. ABOVE 6 FT.
INCHti IN JIEIGHT." AND
W E L If : . EECOMMENDED.
FOR rEItANENT POSI-'
TlONS' AST 'CONDUCTORS
AND MOTORMEN. -;( ' '
RESIDENTS ' OP OMAHA ' .
AND. -VICINITY - PRB5--
FERREdV,: ' '
"APPLY FROM I J TO U
A. M. AND I TO 4 P. M.
DAILY AT -THB OFFICB
TRANSP OB; T A T i O N, 3D
. FLOOR'.. UERCiioiiTSl NA- '
' TIONAL BANK BUILDING.
OMAHA & COUNCIL
BLUFFS STREET RAILWAY
. .; COMPANY, . -
cleaned. made Into fall-styles.
buiuiiarse'a ilat Jb oty.. 6Ui N. lb.
. :a coal
AT, Andover, Egg. and Lumpv$3.B0
1 M It ,U,,r.l..ji... , 'rt . ir 'dim
- J w V. --. w. , ... UJUU
STRICTLY private home during confine.
menls; excellent care; cables adupiudl
uainea num . uiuiwn bu
rVllfKM your-corn comes out or your
VAJXV17 quarter cornea back when you
r .. ' '
MME. ALLEN of Chicago, .salt glow
magnetic and ,;natiig3 Jreaunenu. 2v7 N
inn oi.- ......
li I nxTPTTfl treatment
fliauwtJiiv uj Bt
JAM Ed RUB Y, can get insurance money
oy wriung jojm or v'xv'c .
A HOME for women during confinement.
We find homes for babies where luoiberl
cannot eara for them. Bablrs boarde1.
For terms, address Mrs. Martha A. Lee, Ut
Hancrofl bL, Omatta, Neb. I'liooe loug
. laa 1K1L
1MR3. . RlTTKNUOUaK. vibratory mas
V;e and electric bulha. R. im 4tU flour
Ola Boston eitore Blag., Itiih and Douglas.
LAUlt.3 wlslitrui : to obtain the la'ee
4tfa cutting systvm. Learn cutting. Call
a.y.'.o. iiotn fau -none. uugiajt ivu
PRIVATE home during confinement
babies fer aAupuon; Good tiaaiarilan fcan-
lioaum, 14V ui Ave.. Cuuncu BiuXls. la.
DK LOUER8, private eontlaement boiae.
Liu Marina al iL ivuaLS UM.
THE famous Vntvetlnsj Toilet Goods. For
ale by all aruggtsie or ptioue Dougiaa Wui.
TUG SALVATION ARMT aoUclU castoff
clothing; in laoi. anyiiung you dtf uot Seed.
We collect, repair ana mil at 1S4 N. llta
St.. for cc4 of collection to the worthy
poor. Call phw4e Dougiaa 4U and wagon
itTTnc and toupee tor men. GRIFFITH.
Vi.U u aPO 14 Frenser Elk.
' JUAONKTIC .- Treatment Kmmerlla
Brott.. til at. urn bl uoui. suit,
. L - 1 '
XtKfif.tB - knowing the present where.
aouts ut JittM C. Ballvrd. who resided
In! Douglas couaur -In 17. or any of hi
relVivcfc. will pleaae . cuiumunicate wnt
II 52a, ui Omaiia Bee. Omaha. Neb.
Private cmn:'i-mvr-nome. it. King
U--4 . titu.. Ttw Vo.-Iju4. Inu.- li-it
OMAHA Stammerers' Ina.. Kamge BVIf
IlKLFN AMK.9 of Washington. D. C.
manicuring and massage. 1724 Capitol Ave.
(SI AT Andover. Kirs; and Lump $.R0
Tl. t245. .
WE RFNT and repair sll mflV of sew-
ln machines. 'I'hones: Ind. A Vf3: Doug.
IfiaS. Neb. Cycle Co.. corner lith and Har-
Arlene de VoT. Manicuring and massage.
520 R Ifilh Sl Flat 8. Phone D. 7CSSl
WILL A. H. Lvell, Columbus. Mont-.
plr-are call room 4"H Millard hotel. Cosme
ramon. Crawford, Neb x
PHONE IND. A-S for lorn) orlntlna
Lyngstadt Printing Co, Uih A Capitol Ave,
HYATT LONUACRE. PRINTERS,
llvt leaven worth Ht. Tel. J King. 'jhi.
RE Al KHTATB DUUCHS.
REED ABSTRACT COl, Kai. prompt
servlie; get our pricea, 17l Farn a to Bt.
OANGKSTAD. 404 Bee Bids. TeL D. IMu
PATNR INV. CO first floor N. T. Life,
BENJAMIN R. K. CU, 477 Brand e Is Eldg.
RlUIi ESTATE TTTI JT-XRCUT CO.
.HA8. K. -WILLLAMUli. PreaUlent.
It'll quick returns. Its-: your real extais
.'or sale and exohaoge with rae, no aaln,
i ..i pj. W. W. MI'chell. Board of Trade
ludg.. Omaha Neb.
. CITY PROPERTY FOR SAI.R
Dr, H. P. Jensen's
lOn 28th Street and Harney
Owing to Dr. Jensen's -removal to Cali
fornia, he wants to dispose of his elegant
home, the ground being 132 feet on 28th by
132 feet on Harney, all special and paving
taxes being paid. The house consists pf
12 large and elegantly finished rooms, I
baths, electric Unlit and gas, with combina
tion fixtures; furnace. The whole house
and place In excellent condition. The house
has recently been overhauled and painted
outside. The building cost tll.000 and could
not be built for the same money now. The
price, if taken at once. Is only $12. W0.
For further Information apply to
208 Old Boston Store Bldg.
Tel. Douglas 3709.
FOR QUICK SALE
Six-room modern cottage, nice bath room,
good reception hall, lot 50x150 feet, with
nice lawn and fruit, for $3,SO0. Part cash,
balance easy pay men tB. Located at 4212
Tel. : D. BIOS or A 2033. S36 N. Y. L. Bldg,
Neat, almost new,' good neighborhood.
North side of town, two blocks to N, 24th
street car line.
Very easy terms. Worth fully fl.EOt.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Close to School
$65 to $200
We have some good lota left In Lincoln
Heights addition, on -Made. Blnney and
wirt, between ibtn and 4nd streets, that
we are still offering on the very easy
$5 DOWN, $5 A MONTH.
no interestno TAXES
If we ran only get you to go out to look
over this addition, wo are sure you will
say these are the best bargains offered in
Omaha, today at Such low pricea and easy
terms. Get the savings habit and buy one
of these, lots, you cannot lose, Def Insti
tute car una oniy a lew Diocka u uieaa
Call us up by phone and we will have
one of our salesmen go out and show you
uio unsold iota.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney Street . Conservative Bldg.
FOR SALE New. modern 8-rooms. Bemls
park district. 3.3 Reward St. Built this
myseir. you can save FW by buying this
now. Phone Web. 5R4V and I will meet you
at house. A, E. Bwanson. builder ' and
A MOST COMPLETE HOME
For- tG.SOO Reception hall, parlor with
stationary bookcaxes and firenlace. dining-
room, den and kitchen, large pi.ntry and
reirigerator- room, downstairs al-ririlshed
In oak; five bedrooms and bath second
floor, floored attic, full basement, laun
dry, vegetable room and everything com-
pieie. turn uiiw, east rront? crelghton
First addition; ail new homes.
GALLAGIIER & NELSON,
490 Brandels Bldg.
We are offering a practically new 7-
rooin house .in the West Farnam district,
near Turner Park; elegantly finished In
oak and birch; nice, large rvomw; strictly
modern; fine neignoornood ; an special
taxes paid. It is the best property offered
for the money in Omaha. Price I4.U50.
. KLOKE-HE ADL Y .
- Phones Douav 1150. A S245.
801-1 N. Y. L.- Bldg.
Field. Club or,
On Slat St., near Pacific St., we are of
fering a splendid 8-room, thoroughly mod:
ern home, finished In best of oak. Has
beautiful reception hall, parlor, library,
dining room and kitchen,, with fine pan
tries, 4 bedrooms and bath. Hon water
heat. Lot 50x150 ft. on paved street Only
S block to car. Price $6,600. (275)
On 35th Ave., a splendid g-room, thor
oughly modern home, finished In fine quarter-sawed
oak on first floor. Large living
room, dining room, etc.; 4 bedrooms and
bath; sleeping porch; large attic; lot 50 ft.
on paved street. (177) ,
On Wool worth Ave., near SSth Ave., a
good T-roora, all modern - house, soutl)
front lot on parked street Only 43.5o.
434 B. of T. Bldg.
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT
For $3.b00 ou can buy a comparatively
new square house, seven rooms and re
ception hail; splendid interior arrangement;
thoroughly modern; full basement; east
front; corner lot; paved street; one block
to car. Can sell this property on reason
SHIMER & CHAPE CO.
SOS S. 17th St.. Op. Court House.
INVESTMENT Two 8t Louis flat,
built 1 year, monthly rental :'J2; corner
lot. paving paid in full both streets. f!r-
class location; RKiGEST SNAP IN
'M AHA. la Could r.sadle with $3,VM
cash. GLOVER REALTY e NDiCAltL,
I , .v.ui.d ttubi, is. Y. Laic.
CITY PROPKRT V FOR iAI-H
We still have a few choice building lots left all large sized,
50x132 feet that we are selling at the extremely low prieefof
$150 to $200, on terms of
$1 Down, 50c Per Week
These lots are high and sightly, close to a new $25,000 school
house. Twenty minutes' ride down town. Between Fifty -first
and Fifty-fourth and Poppjeton and Center streets.
This is your last opportunity to get such large size lots close
I in at these prices and terms.
Call at our office for plat.
and show the lots.
Office open evenings.
W, L Dermody
Tel. D. 5108 or A-2033.
A HALF ACRE
As a rule you can't buy a whole half acre
close In on terms of
$10 Cash, $10 a Month
but that Is how we are selling this addi
tion, at low prices, too, only
$325 to $400 Each
You can't put your savings In a better
rtoposltlon. West of the Fort, oniy sis
blocks from Florence car line, and about
the same distance from Ames avenue line.
You can raise enough to go a long ways
towards paying the grocery bill. There la
big money in squabs and poultry. Prob
ably you could get a half acre adjoining to
Come and let us talk the proposition over.
We can show you these pieces at any
HASTINGS A HEYDEN, 1314 Harney St.
NINE ROOMS, MODERN 4
except heat; lot fronts two streets; can
build another house on other end of lot.
$2,500 ONLY $500 CASH,
Balance at 6 per cent for five years, or
monthly payments to suit. What do you
think of that?
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Five rooms and bath, good reception
hall, all modern, located at S15 N. 42d St.
13,750; part cash and balance easy pay-
W. J. DERMODY
INVESTMENT CO., x
Tel. : D. 6108 or A 2033. 836 N. Y. L. Bldg.
I WANT an offer on lot 1. block 2a origi
nal plat of the city of Omaha, with two
houses, 1909 and 1811 California street. Lot
New York Life Building. ,
OUR CALIFORNIA FRUIT
LANDS ADVANCE FROM'
$60 TO $75 AN ACRE
Better make up your mind quick If you
want to get In at the old price. All this
land will go at 1100 an acre before long.
Remember this Is all level, rich valley
land, only 2H miles from town and 1 main
ltnes of railroad, between Los Angelea and
San Francisco. Located In the famous San
Joaquin Valley. t .
$50 DOWN, $10 A MONTH
Is all It takes now to buy 10 acres, and If
you haven't the 50 to pay down we will
make the first payment a little less, but
we want you to be sure to get a pleoe of
this land before the advance in price. Send
for 'our booklet telling all about It.
Hastings & hetden, wh Harney st.
MODERN COTTAGE FOR RENT.
Six nice rooms, large lot, shade trees, one
block from car line, all modern, located at
4212 Lafayette Ave. 125 per month.
W. J. DERMODY INVESTMENT CO..
Tel. : D. 5108 or A 2033. 36 N. Y. L. Bldg.
Farnam St. Property
12 ft. near Merch. Nat. bank, 125.000.
2i ft. near old V. & bank, $15,500.
24 ft. near 22d, improved, $17,000.
bt ft near 21st, $42,000, improved.
M ft. east of 20th. $75,000.
56.4 ft. cor. 20th, $42,000. 1
Harrison 8c Morton
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT
9 ROOMS, $5,750
S47 North 41st Street. This fine house
built less than one year ago. In a location
that s one of the best, is a fine propo
sition for anyone wanting as large a house,
has full basement cemented, laundry sink,
good furnace. On the first floor nice re
ception hall, with fine open stairway, par
lor, dining room, norary ana ancnen, an
finished In fine oak, with oak- floors and
beautifully decorated walla. On the
second floor there are 4 nice bed-rooms,
with good closdts and bath room, stairway
to large floored attic. $2 000 cash required,
and the balance about $40 a month. See
us about this today. -Hastings
at Hayden, 1614 Harney Street.
24TH AND SARATOGA
7-r. house, strtotly modern, with large lot
on corner; fruit and shade trees; paved
street, on car line. Price $3,830; one-half
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
First Floor, N. Y. 1 Bldg.
Tela.. Doug. I78L A 11S8.
A choice building lot "Hillsdale." $1.00
cash. $1 a week. Prices $100 to $200; no in
terest, no taxes. See us. '
HASTINGS 4k HEYDEN. U14 Harney Bt
BEMI8 PARK New house. 8 rooms and
large reception hall, oak finish, hot water
heating, nice south front lot; snap at$5.5u0.
TERMS. GLOVER REALTY SYNDI
CATE. Ground Floor. N. Y. Ufa
HANSCOM PARK HOME 0 rooms,
nearly new. all modern, with HOT WATER
HEATING, paving paid. Owner leaving
city; will take $6,500. TERMS. GLOVER
REALTY SYNDICATE. Ground Floor, N.
WHEN writing i4 advertisers, kindly
.. i.uu The Bee.- ...
REAL ESTATE "
CITT I-kUPKHiT fOM At.fi.
Our salesman will take you out
836 NU. Y. L. Bldg.
FARM AND hAKCH l.AAUTOR UIB
LAND BUYERS' GUIDE
Explains everything about Irrigation, re
liable from, unreliable water supply; how
to properly select; what to buy and what
not to buy; It s free. Write today. -
SfO.OOO acres of choice lands In south
eastern Idaho now open to homesteaders:
have good climate, good .water,' in a land
of grass and g&tne, close to market. This
land is not cornered In any way; ousts you
nothing,- except what you pay Uncle Sam;
our clicular contains full Information and
description, and tells you how to get Borne
of this land. It will be sent to any address
on receipt of 25 cents. Western Home
seekers' association, Idaho Falls,- Idaho.
FOR SALE Good Improved 168 acre
farm, $ miles from Moorhead and 1 mile
from Preparation, Iowa; a bargain and
money maker, at $50 an acre. Write owner,
iv. r. nunaani, jnoorneaa, lowa.
71 e Sir Mica. '
CHEYENNE COUNTY WHEAT LAND.
45 bushels wheat land, $20 an acre. The
purest and richest of soil and heaviest
crop yielding county In Nebraska for years.
Write lor fun particulars. Agents wanted
everywhere for our proposition at once.
FUNDINSLAiND & SEVERSON,,
Land Brokers. Sidney. Neb.
FARM BARGAIN Must be sold on ac
count of owner's health; well . Improved
820-acre farm, seven and a quarter miles
from town; price, $3' per acre; easy: "term.
J. T. Campbell, Litchfield, Neb. - -
REAL ESTATE LOANS-
LOANS to home owners and -hears build
ers. -with privilege of making partial pay
ments semi-annually. No , commission. - '
W. H. THOMAS. ' v
tat First National- bank Bjdg.
$10 to $10,000 made promptly. F, Lv Wead,
Weed BIJg.. 18th and Farnam. ' V . ,
riVB PER CENT MONK I, .
to loan on
Omaha Business Property. ''
THOMAS BKEN N AN.
Room L New York Life Bldg.
$500 to $S,000 on homes la Omaha. O'Keefe
Real balate Cu.. )WU N. Y. LUe. Doug, uf
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne lavearaaat Co.
WANTED City loans. Patera Trua do,
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam binltb et Co.. Ulb b arcana at
PAYNE. BOSTWICK CO.." N. Y. Lift
r rival money, to N.UW; low rata. -
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated.
Apply Rooms 417-18 First Nat t uaua ttidg.
Bell 'Phone, Dougiaa (lit..
LOWEST RATES Bamia. Braadela Bldg.
GARVIN BROS., US N. T. Life.. $M0 U
taw.uuu on improved property. No delay.
E FARM and ctty loans; optional pay
ments; no delay. I Slbbernsen. Old
iioston btore bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUSTERS FOR
$, S and 7-roora houses. If prices are right
we cau sell your property tor you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT . CO..
Suite 624 N. Y. U' Bldg.
When writing to advertisere remember
it otiiy takes a stroke or two of the pen
lo mention tbe fact that you saw the ad
in The Bee. ' "
International Correspondence School
course In automobile, gas and marine en
gineering. What have you? 011 N. 14th St
WANTED TO BUY
BEST price paid for second-hand furnl.
ture Carpets, ulotbee and shoes. Tel. Doug.
BEST price part for Id-hand furniture,
stoves, clothing. W. Rosenblatt Tel. D. K0L
HIGHEST prlcee foV furniture, ete.
BELL' it Furn. Store, 1406 Dodge. Red S&iL
WANT 2d-hand shoes and clothes. D. 8785.
BALTIMORE 8d-hand store pays best
price 2-hand furniture, clothes, eto. D. 4-itU
WANTED to buy, houses, vaqant , lots;
have customers wanting. Inquire 411 Kar
bach Block. ...
WANTED TO RENT
- Cottage or unfurnished housekeeping
rooms; i or 4 blocks from corner 40ih and
Dodge. Tel. Harney 3313.
YOUNG COUPLE would like to locate in
a private home situated east of 30th and
between Leavenworth and Cuming Sts. If
you have a spare room and would care to
ooaro us, please address Lock Box 1165
WANTED By young nuu, place to work
for board while attending Buyles collage,
LADY with aeveral years buslnaas train
ing desires posiliyn sellint either In city
or will travel. Al references, , Address
W 607. rare Be a
POSITION by mech. eng. . Gas. steam or
electric preferred. Address F W. Bee.
COAL AND WOOD 01
"Web. 8105, Ind. B-2246. , ',
REMEMBER it only takes a s'roxe or
two of tho pen to mention the fact that
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Heirs of Cornelia 8. Bennett to Cor
nelia R. Dotip, lot 4 and ft feet
lot t, RH'i W
J. II. Koplels to Mary Majewlo. lot
7. block . Hlllcrest
W. F. MeFarland and wife 7-lary
C. Cottrel, nVs sw4 w swy. 9-18-1S
W. R. Wall and wife to Olof Llnd
berg, lot 4, block 254. Florence
Lucy C. Conk to Andrew Strand, lot
0. block 1TO, South Omaha
Henry Danner and wife to R. H.
Landeryou, lot 12, Luke A Temple
ton's Alexander Morrison to Emily Mor
rison, lot 4, block 35, Kountse
C. K. Minor and wife to O. T. Mor
ton, lots 1 to 6, block 41, Ambler Pic.
. J. Firestone and wife to H. C.
Dunn, lot 15. Firestone sub
W. F. Mack and wife to E. W. Gun-
ther, lot 17. block $. Wise A Par
emele's add 1,450
J. C. Robinson and wife to Elkhorn
Drainage district, right-of-way over
swK nw4 14. and seS4 ne 15-16-13..
Eva Williams to same, same, ne4
Josephine Zeiss and husband to same,
same, nH 18-16-10
Q. M. Cowles and wife to same,
A. J. Parsons and wife to same,
ne!4 nwW, 13-16-0 .
William Thompson to Vame, nw4
t same, swvi
nw, 18-16-10 ,
A. E. Burke and wife
Andrew Wlcklund and wife to same,
nH ne4, 13-16-10
William Powers and wife to same,
hwVi. aw4, 8-16-10....;
F. F. Relchart and wife to same, nwK
and e nwtt, 7-16-10
J. F. Oberg and wife to same, neVi
Josephine Zeiss and husband to same,
ae, 7-16-10. i
J. C. Robinson and wife to same, se4
O. E. Hasen, guardian, to same,
seH eeH. 18-16-10
F. C. Welch and wife et al to 8. and
Jennie Blda, lots 8 and 0, block ,
M. L. Woolfson and wife to Joseph
Breltschnelder, lot 12, and nH
lot 11, block 14, Kountse 3d add
Winter Byles to J. W. Elwood, part
sH block S, Hhinn's 3d add
Latham Davis to T. J. O'Neill, lot
16, block S, Van Camp's add
Hastings & Heyden to W. G. Poul-
son, lot 7, block 2, Collier Place....
M. D. Huston to T. M. Farris. lot 8.
Park View 4,000
Anna Dwelley to Viola G. Vest, lot
11, block 1, Moe's sub 1500
United Real Estate and Trust Co., to
Hannah Sawyer, lot 8, block 81,
J. C. Brown and wife to Mary D. Me
Shane, lot 24, block 8, Hawthorne..
Kate Begley to Crelghton University,
8 acres In sw4 ne4 3-14-13
Same to same, lots 10 and 11, block 8,
Frank Hobllt to Walter Puterbaugh,
sublot 10. lot 2. Capital add .'.
Sheriff to Provident Loan and Trust
Co.. lot 1. block 1. Kountse 4th
County treasurer to N. P. Dodge, Jr.,
lot 38. block 5, Paddock Place
Byron R. Hastings, trustee, to Rose
Miller, lots 1 and 2, replat of block
8, Military add t 826
Julienne Knaack to Frank A. Royce,
47H feet or lot 12 and S47H feet of
e25 feet of lot 1L block G. Lowe's.. 8.300
Omaha Mercantile Co. to Jennie A.
Carlson et al. tV lot 2, block 9,
Solomon J. Firestone and wife to F.
J. Ogle, lot 81, Firestone's sub......
Mary H. Hoke to E. R. Hume, lots
L 4 and 10, Rosalind Place
Martha C. Berry to Luclnda A. Farth,
lot 8, block 20, Halcyon Heights....
F. C. Welch and wife et al. to Al
bert and Anna Nlklovskl, lots 1 and
8. block 8. Hill crest
Jan Pleska to Vaclav Zadlna, lot 56,
suiiivan s add i
Meliora W. Fairfield and husband to
Allen Koch, lot 2. block 2. Oak
J. J. Jones to William D. McHugh,
lot 1. block 12, Park Forest
Ralston Townslte Co. to Clara Mar
cos, lot 8, block 20, Ralston
Mary Bocke to Mary Meehan, se por
tion lot 13, block 8, Logan Place..,- 2,000
H. M. ChrlBtle to A. C. Swayse. lot
20, Christie Place 150
Samuel L. Dllle and wife to Jo
seph R. Bremner. . lot 27, block 13, ' '
Clifton Hill 8,100
Bertha Kline to Abraham Romm et
al., part lot 120, Nelson's add 8,500
F. U. Uoddard to E. A. Baird, lot 2,
block 4, sub. of John I Redtck'a add 3,000
Florence Co. to M. H. Compton, lots
16, 17, 18, 19, 20, Rust & Ryerson's. 1
Ida M. Street to Laura W. Dodge,
lot, 22, 2d add to West Side ... 1
Elmer II. Packard and wife to Flor
ence Co., tract In Florence Heights,
near Calhoun road 1
Ida M. Street to Laura W. Dodge,
lots 16, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 2d add to
West Side 1
NOTICE OF SALE OF ELECTRIC LIGHT
PLANT By virtue of resolution of tho
undersigned Board of Directors, the Chad
ron Electric Light Alt Power Company will
sell at public auction to the highest bidder,
for cash, on TUESDAY. NOVEMBER, 16.
1W9, AT 10 o'clock a. m., AT THE OFFICE
OF SAID CORPORATION, CORNER SEC
OND AND EGAN STREETS. CHADRON,
NEBRASKA, all the property of the said
Chadron Electric Light ft Power company.
as a going concern, and consisting of Lot
, In Block 4. City of Chadron, Nebraska,
and power house thereon, its coal houses
and office and power house furniture and
fixtures, and supplies on hand, and per
sonal property of every character; also all
Its contracts for street lighting and sale of
light and power to cltisena of Chadron, and
all Its customers, its franchise, all lta poles,
wires, lines, dynamos, transformers, en
gines and machinery of every description
all Its street lights, and other lights, wher
ever located and on hand. This property Is
in molt prosperous and perfect condition
since Its opening; the sen ice Is perfect and
the demand for light and power, from Its
present and prospective customers, la
greater than its present enlarged capacity
an Increase of the plant and Its capacity is
actually needed at this time. An entirely
sufficient reason for this sale will be given
to any inquiring purchaser.
Dated, October 14, lwt.
. J. F. MOTE.
BYRON L. SCOVEL,
A PAPER FOR THE HOME
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH
CHANGE IIS JUNIOR W. C. T. U.
Amendment to Constitution One of Big
THEN BOYS .OVER TO T. W. C. T. IT.
Proposed Aseeadmeat Has 4a Da wltk
the Age Llaalt far Members
f tlta Loyal Temper
a ace Leglea.
One of the most Important Issues to come
bsfore the convention of the National
Women's Christian Temperance union dur
ing Its session In Omaha is a proposed
amendment to It constitution Involving the
Junior branches of the union, the Loyal
Temperance Legion and the Young
Women's Christian Temperance union.
Miss Margaret Wlntrlnger of Bvanston,
III., general secretary of the Loyal Tem
perance Legion, Is among the earlier com
ers for the convention, but declines to dis
cuss the proposed amendment until repre
sentatives of both factions arrive to present
their arguments. Miss Wlntrlnger baa,
however, prepared a printed statement of
facta gathered In her capacity as' director
of the young people's work, which will
be distributed when the delegates arrive.
The proposed amendment has to do with
establishing an age limit for members
of the Loyal Temperance Legion, which
Includes both boys and girls, and now has
state organisations in fourteen states. The
new plan would graduate these Juniors into
the Young Women's Christian Temperance
union, which is av training claaa for the
The opposition to the amendment claims
the new plan would turn the boys out
when the age limit is reached, because, be
ing boys, thy are not eligible to member
ship ln.theyoung women's organisation.'
Statistics presented in Miss Wlntrlnger's
circular tend to Indicate that that would
be the case. Under the present plan boys
and girls of all ages are given systematic
training in this organisation, which In
cludes many branches, and it is so arranged
as to hold them until they become young
men and women.
Mtss Wlntrlnger expressed disappoint
ment that the children's street parade,
which had been planned for next Saturday,
was given up. She will, however, conduct
the children's program Thursday evening
of next week, when diploma for completed
work will be granted to about 100 young
Suit to Seize
Joslyn Home is
Ready for Trial
Action to Dispossess Owner of Castle
and Estate Now Up to Dis
The litigation to oust George A. Joslyn
from possession of the land on which his
castle" stands Is ready 'or trial on Its
merits In district court. The action of last
July was the overruling of a demurrer
filed for the defendant." 11 was In this de
cision that Judge Troup held that the rule
In Shelley's case did not apply here.
The defendant has now filed his answer
to the separate, but exactly similar suits
of Gladys E. KlpUngar and Clinton Joy
Butphen. Tho general denial Is made that
DaWltt Charles Sutphen and his son,
Charles DeWltt Sutphen, ' respectively
grandfather And father of the plaintiffs,
did not got only an undivided life-time
interest in the property, one-half to each.
but that they acquired title In fee simple
and could accordingly sell the land legally
to Mr. Joslyn. ,
Mrs. Sutphen, wife of the grandfather,
made a will and devised the property to her
husband and son. The plaintiffs claim that
Juila-e Troun's ruling' Interprets the will
The same case was fought over In 1893,
but did not progress so far as this. The
rier.nriant'x answer objects to what Is
called the reopening of. the matter.
Foley's Honey and Tar clears the air
passages, stops the irritation In the throat,
soothes the inflamed membranes, and tbe
most obstinate cough "disappears. sore
Inflamed lungs are healed and strength
ened, and the cold Is expelled from the
system. Refuse any but the genuine In
the yellow package. Sold by au druggists.
LOW FARE PET.T,0N FILED
Paper Asking for Cbeaper Street Car
Tickets Coatatas Names of
A final round-up of the petitions calling
for the operation of the referendum law
on the ordinance to reduce street car
fares has been made and the petitions have
been brought together and filed In the
office of the city clerk. There are 5,!6
names on the petitions, whfch Is almost
200 more than required by law. .
That the names are those of legal voters,
residing at the places set down opposite
their names, is certified to by the ten men
who circulated the petitions. They are W.
Glllan, F. M. Law, E. I. Morrow, Lee
A. Weast, A. R. Eccles, W. R. Zlnk, C.
H. Kroger, W. M. Carson, U. G. iEggles
ton and H. P. Nelson.
The petition filed with the city clerk
Monday afternoon by John C. Wharton, In
opposition to the proposition for reduced
fare contains 1,267 names, among which
It Is claimed there are the names of ninety-
eight employes of the street railway com
Coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough
are promptly cured by Chamberlain'
Really values will go up in the spring
They are commencing to increase now. This is due to the
rapid growth of the city. About $0,000,000 in new buildings right
down town and nearly one thousand new homes is the' record for
this year. ,
This shows that Omaha is coming to the front and the man
who invests his money now in either a home or investment will get
the advantage of the raise in value.
A very little money down and the balance like rent will buy
you a home at the previilmg prices.
"Thursday's Bee will have a large list of homes in the real
estate columns that can be bought on the eusy payment plan.
AVatch for it.
Thursday Is Hoixiq Day
GOOD UNTIL NOVEMBER 1.
Those Who on Account of Strike
Were Unable to Call at the "
Radium Institute Are
Given Another ,
Free treatment until November flrit. Is
the order Issued by the Chief of Staff at
the Radium Institute, at .1628 Farnam,
Omaha's greatest Medical and Surgical
Institute. Embodying all the best methods
of all schools of medicine the course of
treatment at the Institute Includes the use
of the most wonderful of all healing and
curing agents, the Radium System.
After years of patient endeavor and long
struggling the discoverer of Radium fin- .
ally gave to the world a substance which,
properly used, is employed with mlracu- ,
loua results In medical practloe and surg
ery. The substance Is worlh a small for
tune even In the minutest particles and
Its curative and healing powers are In
keeping with lta worth.
The only Radium Institute in Western
America Is located here in Omaha and 10
you Is given the opportunity of receiving
treatment absolutely free until November
1. Can you afford, if you are a sufferer,
to let pass an opportunity1 like tbja of re
ccelvlng free (medicines , excepted), 'a
course of treatment that only a -.-few
months ago it was hecesary ta ' go to
Europe to receive T
Remember, the specialists, cannot car
every disease and do not claim to be able
to do so, but any disease popularly known
as being curable arid a great many here
tofore thought to have been incurable are
overcome 'by the marvelous. Radium
System. . - . ,. ' ,
These men are long experienced-. In the
treatment and cure of chronic and nerv
ous diseases, such as rheumatism,', asth
ma, catarrh, goiter,' gall-stones, epllepay,
chronic stomach, kidney and - liver dis
eases, nervous diseases and diseases, of
men and women, and with the added ad
vantage of the use of the wonderful cura
tive Radium System, their equipment for
battling diseases Is without an equal In.
Western America. -i, .-, ......
The Radium Medical ami Surgical In
stltute is permanently located In the Pat
terson block, 1428 Farnam street, Omaha.'
A FAT WOMAN
Fat people have to get Into clothes that
are designed for people of normal physique.
The men wear dress suits and look like
comlo pictures. The women wear low
necked dresses to their evident humilia
tion. This Is why it la often said that
a fat woman hates society. - Fat is as ,.
much the mistake of poor health aa any
thing else. The things that make fat.
should be making good blood, bone and '
nerves. The secret Is that the digestive .
machinery Is out of gear. The Juices make y
fat in too large quantities. This fat im
pedes circulation, cramps the heart, sup-r
presses the liver, crowds the lungs and '.
Interferes wtth the stomach. Marmola.
Tablets are harmfess. -They are taken after
each meal. They help digest that meal as
nature intended It should be digested.
They remove the fat already made at Ute
rate of from 12 lo 15 ounces a day and
they leave no flabby skin or wrinkles.
They are sold wherever drugs are sold,
or In the same category with harmful
patent fat reducers. They contain Mar
mola, Cascara Aromatic nd Peppermint
water. If you do not care to call upon
your druggist, send 76 cts. to The Marmola .
Company,. Dept 6?3, Detroit,-Mtch., -and
they will send you a large, full slxe case
by return mall in plain package postage
CLASX'I 13TK AOTTUAJb 0UW
mm l-sb. 8 to April 19 . 0PW
TO THE ORIEIlT
By SU . Grosser Xurfuerst
Scrantr-tbrM dari. Including twnty-tour imjt in
ttrvt sad th Holy tnd (with tld trip t
Khartoum) coaling only 4(M.M ant up, inclutluf
hor aacuraiona. bpaclai taaturaa: Itadaira, Cadia, '
Ravllla. Alalars. Malt. Conitantlnopla, Atuans, 1
Homa, ttaa klviara. alt. Tlcaale soog li M, v
In Kuropa, to Ineluda uaaaton play, ate.
CRUISE AROUND THE, WORLD
r-b. 8 A few vacancies yet. Similar
Cruise Oct 16, '10, and Feb. 4 '11. $060 up.
Fine series Bnrope-Oberammsrgau Tout -,-
$370 up. Send for programs (please apecliy).
KHANS. V. tibAKHi -iimas aiuf,,. niw iwa.,
w. K. BOCK..ia4 rarnaa it-. Urn, Mas. -
CANADIAN PACIFIO . - , :
WEEKLY fAIMNOS BgTWtSI MflNTftKAia
QUEBtiC AND LIVEkrOOU
Nvtslnc setter ea aa Atlaaus than eor Eaw
Wulaa ea sll etaamora
C I bKNJAHIN. a.-A. '
SU so. Clark S.. Cktaa go, - lit
GOVERNMENT NOTICES " " :.
DEPOT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,.
OMAHA. Neb., Sept. 22, 1W. Sealed pro-' -posals.
in triplicate, will be reci-lvcd until
10 a. m. Qctouer 22, VXH, and then opened
In public, for construction, electric wiring ,.
and plumbing for quartermaster's stable at
Omaha depot. Blank forms, plana, speci
fications and full infoi maiiim obtained at
this office. The 1'. s. reserves the right
to reject or accept all proposals or any
part thereof. Envelopes containing pro
posals should be endorsud ''Proposals for
Quartermaster's Stable," and addressed to
Captain John L. Hines; Quartermaster. '
-. 622-23-24,-26,019-20 -
D. C. SC0TT7D.V.S.
(Successor to Dr. H. L. Ramaeoiottl.)
ASglSTABTT STATB TWaanf tstiis,
OfXlea aaa Koayltal, SSI ataaea .,
Calla Promptly Answered at All Hours,
Tbems OffUo Haraey et-7. ),.,
r If If aifMk. VUiUM BSj