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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1909)
TIIK BKE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, NOVKMHKU 4.
INOLE Tomb P.hode island H"ds ex-
large frnrmrt. ex.ra (food comni, taiU,
lrr and under color, t'tlllty, 81.80. Ki
hlbhlon and bredirK. $2 to Mrs. F. V.
Mcli.tyre, lied ak. iu. U 6.
WHITE LfKliorn. pine-bred cockerels,
pullets end runs for sale. B. O. Llrown,
HosK and Singie Cnmb Brown Lehnrns.
tl aaah; Whit Guineas. E. Dooley. Selma.
C. RIFF OrplriKton cockerels for .-sle:
food buff, larxn Hi and at bargain prices.
J. A. Lanel, Albion. Neb.
BOLRBON It d Turkey for sale. Mis.
D. W. Shlpp, Itell vlllt. Kan.
P.CFF Orpington cockerels.
A. H. Cure.
PHONE INU. A-liZQ for (rood printing.
Lyngstad Printing Co.. P5th Cspltul Avo.
HRAL, ESTATE DRALERI,
REED ABSTRACT CO., Est. IS08; prompt
service: get our prices. 1710 rarnam St.
GANGEHTAD, 404 Bee Bldg. Tel. D. 837.
PAYNE INV. CO.. first floor N. T. Life.
BENJAMIN R. E. CO.. 477 Branded Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST CO.
CHA9. E. WILLIAMSON. President.
CITY PROPKRTT FOB I ALE.
Nearly new seven-room liouxe, parti
modern, on Walnut Hill ear. large, full
lot with paving all paid, full cemented
basement, good cement walks: owner b av
ins; city and says sell at the sacrifice price
of ILftM); easy terms.
ON BEAUTIFCL. PRATT ST.
27flfi and 2707 Pratt wa have two new six
room cottages, modern except furnace,, but
plpe9 for same, and nicely arranged1;
finished In natural wood, built by day
work, full basement, large lot With fine
sbada; paving paid; these are cozy, well
millt cottages for the money; price only
PH1PPEN A EDWARDS.
' (0 Boston Store Bldg. Phone Doug. 22S2.
I have a big bargain in a new strictly
modern 6-room house In Iimson,; don't mis
thla. C. W. Underbill. 3.11 Hoard ot I raae.
houglas 1210 or Hainey 2177.
7-ROOM, NEW, MODERN
House. Large lot. In western part of city.
VERY EASY TERMS
Desirable neighborhood, and price Is right.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Butte 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.
AVE DARE YOU
To make a reasonable offer on fair busl-
aesa terms for
6-B.OOM HOUSE AND LOT.
No. 202 8. 20th Ave.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suit 4 N. Y. Life Bldg.
In Small Homes on Monthly
1978 A 5-room home newly painted, In
fine shape, at 1939 S. 21 Ht St.; only 8325
cash; balance 810 per month.
075 A gorid t-TOertVcbtUge ' and " nice
south front lot overlooking the Boutn
Central boulevard at 29v4 Boulevard Ave.,
1 4O0 cash.
81.060 A good E-room home, nice condl-
. tlon; mi 8. 21st St. 8400 cah, balance
11.150 for a dandy large. 4-room home and
CO-foot lot at it Boulevard Ave., between
South Omaha and west Hid car lines.
11260 A 6-room home and large lot front
Ing south on the South Central boulevard;
an Ideal location fur your home; tuuo cash;
yiO Boulevard Ave.
11.400 A dandy 4-room cottage; has water
sewer and toilet In the house; nice deep
lot; on 19th St. (boulevard), facing Bur
dette St.; cottage rented for 115 per
month; balance ill per month.
These are specially selected poor man
homes; start now with little money. We
will help you to own your own home.
ROBINSON & WOLF,
435 Pax ton Block.
y House and 3 Lots
7-room. 1-story house, on S large lota,
with shade and fruit treea, at 4th and
Mason ftta., I block from West 'Leaven
worth St. ear Una, fl.tuo. On reasonable
New House, Dundee
7-room modern. Just completed on Dav
enport street, a little east ot 40th St. Owner
and builder Uvea next door at 4701 Daven
port. tl.OoO. Payment plan.
Harrison & Morton,
Ul N. T. Life.
5-ROOM, NEW, MODERN
Except heat North part of the city. Near
car. l-ineiy mushed. A perfect home,
ttalaooe aay reasonable terms.
$250 CASH -
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite C4 N. Y. Life Bldg.
6-ROOM, NEW, MODERN
In' north end of the city. Near oar, on
paved street; large lot.
ONLY $250 CASH
Balance to suit either monthly, quarterly,
emi-annuawy or annually.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite C24 N. Y. Life Bldg-.
IT MUST BE SOLD
What? A home among many flno houses,
Ix large rooms, large hall and bath. In a
fine neighborhood, finished In white oak
and birch, floored" attic, fine Itjrhtlng fi,
turee, all speilal taxes paid; you
N t better home for the monev; price.
KLOKU-HEADLEY INVESTMENT CO.,
Ul N. Y. Life Bid.
'Phones Douglas 1160 or A 3245.
ILVVE YOU GOT $400 T
AN OPPORTUNITY NOT
t7T3 Franklin St.. strictly
modern cottage of six rooms
and bath, pretty south front
lot. fruit aud shade lives; not
new house, but tn splendid
condition; can be bought at a
bargain and on very easy
tarsus; $40 down, balance same
as rent; street Is paved and
V ,R. H. LANDERYOU,
443 Board of Trade.
Tsl Coui'.ae Ha or Il(L A tlSL
CITY riiOI'KH'l FOIl SALE.
Near Mr. Josiyn's residence.
Harrison & Morton
HOUSES FOR SALE
TO BE MOVED
We receive sealed bids at my office
until 10 a. m.. iSiturrisy, November . I no.',
lor the sale of one or both of the houses.
lh or without foundations, at the soutn
rast corner of 2ih and Farnam ftn.,
houses to be removed. RlKht reserved to
reject any or all bids.
JOHN V. IIOHUknS, mi Farnam Ft.
HAVE YOU $500.00?
Owner Is anxious to sell his home, con
sisting of 8 rooms and hall; all modern,
rice couth front lot. In Rood nelgM'orlioiMl,
v. aiking distance; price (J. 700, .) down,
reasonable terms for balance. Ia I ih show
you this today.
SS1ILMEK& CHASE CO.,
;0 South 17th tit. Both phones.
FRED 8. 1IADKA.
417-413 First National Hank Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 231S.
2Sth Ave. and Dewey Ave., a cozy up-to-date
residence ot I rooms, lot 70xl2; suffi
cient room for further Improvements. Cost
pi ice at the value of toe Kroui.ii.
Von- Easy Tonus, $1,500
Dandy 5-room cutage, city water and gas;
sewer on rtreet; 1 blocks to car; newly pa
pered A smp and easy terms.
fiHOPEN, 8.0 PAXTON BLOCK. TEL.
DO COLAS 424tl.
8-ROOM HOUSE TWO LOTS
Fine lnrpe homo. 8 looms, with 4 bed
rooms, cltv r.afr end rlec. lights; two lots
on coiner; plenty of fruit and shade trees;
only one block to car and In a good neigh
borhood. Price, 1.1.000; T.00 cash, balance
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Fust Floor N. Y. L. Bldg.
Tel. Doug. 17M. A-lls.
per year on an investment of 13.750. Double
flat on paved street, with paving paid. Al
We have another good one at 2130 and
1132 North 2sth St., renting for IMH per
year. Owner wants an offer at once. Look
at It and tell us what you'll give for It.
K. W. KTOLTENtmKU.
436 B. of T. Bldg. Doug. 1510.
Secures Fine Home
We will sell you a fine, new 6-room house
at 23d and A Sis ! block from car line.
In fine neighborhood, for li)0 cash, 130
monthly and annually. House has t
good sized rooms, reception hall and out
side sleeping portico. First floor. Including
open stairway and floors, finished in oak.
Full cement block basement. Hue combina
tion fixtures, bath room, furnace, pantry
and linen closet, with drawers and snelves.
Cement walks all around and lawn sodded.
Buy this at once and pay your' rent
money on i
Your Own Home
Ed Johnston & Co.,
Phone Doug. 1236. Itil4 Farnam St.
Phone Doug. 1236. 1614 Farnam St.
In heart of city,
Harrison & Morton
MUST SELL BEFORE NOV. 6
Lot 60x130, facing two' streets, walking
distance from town; build yourself a homo
and an Investment $1, two.
GALLAGHER 6c NELSON,
490 Brandcta Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
ONLY $160 CASH,
will buy seven room house; good well
and pump; good cave; lot 50x160; needs
some repairs; one block to car line; Im
mediate possession. Price $1,000; worth
$1,260. Location 3021 8. 23d St.
OMAHA MUTUAL REALTY CO.,
Phone Doug. 2,4. 612-13 Paxton Blk.
New, I rooms, modern, oak finish on
first floor, oak floors and birch enameled
on second floor, full lot and fine" location;
special price. C. W. Underhlil, 331 Hoard
of Trade, Douglas 2210 or Harney 2177.
Home at a bargain if taken at once.
Located 6110 Underwood Ave. Phone, 1),
41 11 or H. 4402.
4201 LAFAYETTE AVE.,
Think of buying a 6 room house with
hall, modern except heat, beautiful corner
lot, 50x10 with plenty of shade trees on a
tine street and in a neighborhood of good
homea for $2,760. Sounds rather unusual
and is an unusually good proposition. See
It and be convinced, we nave exclusive
sale of thla property.
SHIM KK aY CHASE CO..
909 So. 17th St. Opposite Court House
No. 1508 Spencer St. Has reception room,
parlor, dining room and kitchen on first
floor. All finished In oak excepting the
kitchen, S bed rooms and bath on second
floor. Fine piumning and heating, ful
cellar, cemented. Large south front lot.
The location Is very desirable. All home
ownVrs In the vicinity.
Hastings & Heyden, lt14 Harney St
I WANT an offer on lot 2. block 20. origi
nal plat of the city of Omaha, with two
houses. 1909 ana mi cauiornia street. Lou
New York Life Huudlng.
10 A, $7,500
NEAR L. AND CD ST.
Harrison & Morton
New Brick House, Near Joslyn's
A very complete and artistic house of 9
rooms, with the mot up-to-date test urea.
arse living room, utitside sleeping room.
in that newest part of West
district. '1st Ave., Juki north of Davenport.
HARRISON MORTON, ,
lit N. Y. Life. Both telephones.
A chute building lot. "Hillsdale. $10
cash. $1 a week. Prices $100 to $JU0; no In
terest, nv taxes. Ke ua
HASTINGS HEYDEN. 1(14 Harnsy St.
BUILT BY DAY LALOR
NOW COMPLETED that Bungalow
house at Georgia Ave. and Hickory St.,
one block of Htmcutn park; full two
stories and attic fin. shed; four nice bed
rooms; oak finish tirst floor; large living
room; bookcases bunt In; nice dining room
with oak plate rail and panelled. Lot
6t)xl5i) east front paving paid. &ee the
house and rou will appreciate the value.
Would consider smallei house or good lot
In exchange. OPPORTUNITY IS HFRK
to get a good huuie at actual cost. CfcU'
BLbY GLOVER REALTY"
Ground Floor. N. Y. Life.
BEMI4 PARK New house. looms and
large reception hall, oak finish, hot water
beating, nice jouth front lot; snap at $a.50a
TKKsld. OLOVH REALTY aiNDl
CATV. Grosua Flour. H. V- Life.
FOR quick returns, l!at rear real aetata
for sale aud exenaoge wita ane. ee eat.
r pay- w W Mi'.eeeU, aea ( Trad
fe.dg.-t Osbeaa, Nea
CITY PHOI'KHli FOH AI.
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. TWO BRICK RESIDENCE
New B room modern brick cottage, sli
2TxM. parlor, dining room, kitchen and two
bed rooms, reception hall, batn room and
pantry, basement, furnsce hest. large lot
with fine Inrge shade trees; close to street
car line and car be'n. A fine and cheap
home for a street car man. Price if sold
In the next l.i days. 8400 without furnace,
or iJ.DiiO with furnace. Located on Oak
PRESSED BHICK, FULL
-room modern, furnace heat, nicely deco-
rated, on pnved street; located In best part !
(f the city on North 39th, lot worth alone
$350. Price for a short time only, $4,500.
W. W. MITCHELL,
Board of Trade Building. Omaha. Neb.
1,200 A. $25 An A.
NEAR CRAWFORD. NEB
Harrison & Morton
HAN8COM PARK HOMF.-4 looms,
nearly new. all modern, with iIOT WATlcil
HEATING, paving paid Owner k-avlnf
city; will take i.uiQ. TERMS. OLoVKIt
REALTY SYNDICATE. Ground F.oor. N
I N V KSTM ENT Two St. Louis flats,
built 1 year, monthly rental !0J; corner
!ol. paving paid III full bo to steels, first
ciass location; BlGOEsT SNAP IN
. AiaHA; t'.'..' Could hsadle with I.1..V4
cash. GLOVER REALTY SYNDICATE.
Oruund Floor. N. Y Life. ,
FA RSI AMU Iti.NCII i.A.MI FOH S A LK
In addition to the raw lands we have
bn sdiirg in the Scott's Bluff country
we have some farms there that are mai-vellous-ly
productive We soid one Im
proved farm for $lj0 per ac:e. We have
another Just as fertile for only $135 per
Do you wonder why those western farms
sell for such prices? This one we now
offer produced thls,year 102 bushels of oats
to the acre. It produced this year S7:-
bushels of wheat to the acre, and the beets
which are now being dug will go 26 tons
to the acre. The records for last year
show up Just as well. The farm has 2O0
acres end is only 2' miles from town. The
new line of the I'nlon Pacific locates A
station Just a mile from the west line of
the farm. Splendid water rights po with
the land. It Is Ideal for location, for pro
duction and a great bargain.
Yoii ought to go out with us on our next
You will see some marvellous country
producing crops that will astonish you.
ou will see country developing rapidly
and that Is sure to he Nebraska s garden
spol. Money Invested there will grow like
Ask ua about It at once.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
New York Life Building.
FOR SALE. '
Quarter section ot good level divide
land In Dundy county. Address Lock Box
24, Waunela, Neb.
BARGAIN IN AN EIGHTY.
We have Just listed whit we roi s'der a
rare bargain In an tO-acre farm only a
mike ana a half i.om isuellou; ai. , .iey
land, fair improvements, conxhaititf of
house, barn, corn crib and granary,- cow
shed, shade and sorne fruit, 8 acres alfalfa.
10 acres pasture, balance cultivated; an
Ideal little place for a home, and only $7o
per acre for a limited time. Possession
March 1, 1910. An ou witnin a mite oi tins
sold recently at better than $100 per acre.
If this Interests you see The D. A. Lynch
Land Co., Shelton, Neb., also office at
Gibbon, Neb. .No trade considered.
FARM BARGAIN Must be sold on ac
count of owner b mialth; well improved
S2U-acre farm, seven and a quarter miles
from town; price, 35 per acre; easy terms.
I. T, Campbell, Lichfield, Neb.
LAND 12 sections, 7.f90 acres, solid body.
Joining the city of Midland on the south
ern plains oi west icxaa, tai me enu oi
main business street) will agree to deed In
sO-acre tracts, 10 years' time. 6 per cent
tnteiest. Wholesale deal; write us for full
description and particulars. W. J. Moran
Co. (Owners), Midland. Texas.
This Is the storV of our irrigated land In
the Rio Grande valley of Texas. Following
Is the very lowest estimate, some ot tne
land will more than double this income:
Planting one acre for six years, per
annum t 4.60
Cultivation and labor (.00
Harvesting and hauling 30.00
Manufacturing, $1.60 per ton W OO
Forty tons, yielding s.OuO pounds of
sugar, at 4c $320. W
Deducting cost $108.60
Profit per acre $213.50
Will sell you land that will do this year
In and year out for $7S to $150 per acre.
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO..
24 N. Y. Life Bldg.
FOR SALE Eleven 80-sere relinquish
ments under Carey act; all within 3 miles
town of Downey, Idaho, on main line O. S.
L. Ry.; $46 per acre; $1,000 cash on each 80.
balance nine annual payments; good soil
for fruit or general farming; water right
first claim on Portneuf river; buyers must
reside 30 days during 1S10; owners obliged
to sell. W. H. Eldrldge. Twin Falls, Idaho.
2704 and 2708 Chicago
H 'J' 'H li .'Li : li; -'a ;
f ' j"- m, ,,.r - - - " ' " :
2704 Chicago; reception hall, parlor, dining room and kitchen
down stairs, three bed rooms and bath room up stairs; thoroughly
modern plumbing, excellent furnace; gas and electric light; down
taira finished in oak, maple floors, price only $4,300 500 cash,
balance a trifle more than rent. Now ready for occupancy.
2708 Chicago; living room across entire front of house; dining
room and kitchen on first floor, otherwise same description as 2704
Chicago. Price $4,100 $500 cash, balance practically the same as
Houses open for Inspection.
C. G. CARLBERG
Oil N. Y. LIlc Dldfl.
f ARM AND HAM II LAN II FOR HAI.K
Land $5 Per 'Acre
No. 2W 1.3J0 acres timber anil grazing
lsnd on Illinois river. In Adair county.
Nearly all black oak timber, will make
from two to four railroad ties to the tree;
some whUe oak uw timber; some while
pine, lit to 24 Inches In diameter and m to
liio feet high. to 4"0 a-is of tins land
can be cumvaAed; about iiU acres now under
cultiv ation. n n miles of estvllle. and
new railroad now building within three
nilles of land.' The hnhtfr alone ought to
pay more than we ask for the land.' Prlct
v., per acre.
No. bi 3.620 acres tlmoer and grass land
In Cherokee and Adair counties at 15 per
No. 645 130 acres timber land within threa
miles of Prggs. Cherokee county, at to per
No. 375 0 acres of good upland prairie;
CO acres In cultivation; good black soil; a
fine chince for oil; thi ee-fouiins mile of
tne city limits of Nowata. Price, H) per
No. 439 1 AO acres of best giade creek bot
tom land; 13o acres in cultivation. Good
house, barn and outbuildings; two miles
from Nowata county seat. Price. $40 per
acre. You mir.ht Re! an oil well with tins
and. Let us snow you.
P. S. We have inu.i-oO acres of land to
choose from. You had better go a:id looit
It over. You niuy mis a got 1 thing If you
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite fi.'4 N. Y. Life Btrig.
OH. WHAT A SNAP 4 acres In the
famous Mill Creek valley 20 miles from
'loptka, Run.; $50 per acre. C, A. Phillips,
Last call on Keystone Park, Florida's
most fimous fruit and veg table colony.
We have less than thre doxen of the
choice ten-acre tracts left. Du. you want
one? A greit many sold In this territory
and every man who has visaed the col
ony pronounces It one of the greatest op
portunities ever offered In that stute.
While they last at the uniform price of
?25 an acre on terms of $1 an acre cash and
50 cents a month.
Tampa Bay Land Co
Temple Court Bldg., Chicago. III.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
LOANS to home owners -and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
ments semi-annually. No commission.
W. 11. THOMAS.
503 First National Bank Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., 13th and Farnam.
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated.
Apply Rooms 417-13 First National Bank
Bldg. Bell phone Douglas 231 S.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha Business Property.
Room 1. New York Llfa Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN Pa 1 e Inv. stment Co.
WANTED City loans. Petera Trust Co.
WANTED City loana and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam St
PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO., N. T. Life.
Private money, $500 to $5,0iO; low rate.
$500 to $5,000 on homes in Omaha. O' Keefe
Real Estate Co., 1001 N. Y Life. Doug, or
LOWEST RATES Bemlf Brandela Bldg.
GARVIN BROS.. S18 N. Y. Life. $500 to
$200,000 on Improved prerty. NO delay.
6 FARM and city loans optional pay
ment; no delay. I. Gtbbesnaen. Omaha.
REAL ESTATE" WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
5. ( and 7-room houses.- - U prices are right
we can sell your property for you.
NOWATA LA N D AND LOT CO.,
Suite (24 N. T.iLlfc) Bldg.
I : v
FOR SALE or exchange-For clear land,
stock of clothing, located In eastern Ne
braska. Will Invoice about $10,000. For
particulars address J. R- Collins. 423 Main
street. Fremont Neb.
HIGH grade piano for good resldenoe lot
Will pay difference. Bee, Y 17.
FOR EXCHANGE Good improved land
In southeast Kansas. H. McAnulthy, 601
L St.. Lincoln Neb.
WANTED By young mau. place to work
for board while attending: Boyles collage,
. LADY with several years' business trala-
in desires Dosition eelllui either in city
or will travel. AI rsfereccea. Address
W 507. care Bee.
Coal and Wood v. oSTmSS:
DRY GOODS MAN and shoe man. either
capable of managing department, want po
sitions In western state. Nothing less than
$104 per month considered. Address it. it
R., 420 8. 26th, Omaha, Neb.
WANTED TO BUY
BEST price paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothing and shoes. Tel. D ug
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEST prices for Mmlture. etc
BELL'S Furn. Store, 1401 Dodge. Red .!).
RALTIMORK Id-hsnd store pays kst
price td-hand furniture, clothes, etc. D. IW
CONSTRCCT1NO QCARTERM ASTF.U S
Office. Fort Meade, S. D. . November 1.
19t9. Pealed proposals, In triplicate, will be
received at this office, until 10 A. M .
mountain time, December . 1909. and then
opened, for constructing one double set
of quarters for two company officers and
four cavalry stables, and for Installing
plumbing, heating, electric wiring and elec
tric lighting fixtures In buildings specified,
and for the construction of roads, side
walks, gutters and drains. Plans and speci
fications may be seen by Intending bidders
at the offices of the Chief Quartermaster,
Department of the Missouri. Omaha. Neb.;
Department of the Colorado, Denver,
Colo.; Department of the Lakes, Chlcngo,
III.; Department of Dakota, St. Paul,
Minn., and this office, at which latter place
all Information may be obtained on ap
plication. A deposit of $10,110. to Insure re
turn. Is required before plans are sent on
Individual application. The United States
reserves the right to reject any or all bids
or to accept any part of a bid that may
be advantageous to the government. Kn
velopes containing proposals should be en
dorsed "Proposals for Public Buildings and
Other Improvements" and addressed to the
constructing quartermaster, tort Mesne,
8. l). Novi-4-&-ueci-i.
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
quartermaster, uneyenne, yoming, Oc
tober. 6, 1909. Sealed proposals In trip
licate, will be received at this office until
9:.4l a. tn.. mountain time. Friday, No
vember 5, 19"9. and then opened in public
for furnishing all material and labor re-
3ulred for constructing an "Independent
utlet Sewer, for Sewer System,'" at Fort
l A. Russell. Wyoming, (estimated quanti
ties. 9432 lineal fevt of 12-inch sewer pip?;
twentv-slx manholes). Plans and speclfl
cations for the Inspection of bidders are
on file In this office, and in the office
of the Chief Quartermaster, Department
of the Missouri, Omaha, Nebraska; Chief
Quartermaster. Department of Colorado,
Denver, Colorado, and In the office of the
Sicretarv of the Builders' exchange. St.
Paul, Minnesota. Ttie government reserves
the right to accept or reject ny or ail
bids or any part thereof. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be indorsed Pro
posals for Independent Outlet Sewer to be
Constructed at fort u. a. Husseu, Wyom
ing." and addressed to Captain V. K. Hart
IMh Infantry. Ac'lng Quartermaster. U. S.
A.. Room 3, Keefe, Hall. Cheyenne, Wyom
ing. O. U-U-U-14. N. 1 4.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTERS OFFICE
Omaha, Nebraska. Nov. 2, 1909. Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, will be received
here and by Quartermasters at the posts
named herein, until 10 a. m., central stan
aid time, December 2, 1909, for furnishing
Shelled Corn during fiscal year ending June
80. 1910, at Omaha U. M. Depot. Fort
Crcok, Omaha and Robinson, Nebraska;
Forts Leavenworth and Riley, Kansas;
Fort Mackenzie, Wyoming, and Fort Des
Moines, Iowa, Proposals for delivery at
other places will not be entertained
United Slates reserves right to reject or
accept any or all proposals or any part
thereof. Information furnished on applica
tion here or to Quartermasters at the sta
tions named. Envelopes containing pro
posals should be marked Proposals fo
Forage," and addressed to Major D. E
M'CARTHY, C. Q. M. N-2-3-4-29-30 Dl
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Frank Rouse and wife to Mary J.
Young, lot 10 and north H lot 11.
block 9, Halcyon Heights $ 1,450
Same to Olga A. Wolf. lot 12 and
south V lot 11, block 9. same l.4ao
McCague Investment Co. to Jacob
Marks, north 44 feet lot 2. block 7.
E. V. Smith's addition 3,000
Joseph Miteria and wife to Joseph
SeuiDak and wife, north Vk lot 9.
block 63. South Omaha 1,000
Charlotte Bauer and husband to F. G.
Leeder and wife, lot 13, Arlington.. 1,800
B. J. Newlon and wife to Joseph Poi
ze r, part lot 33, Hlmebaugh Place.,
A. T. Holt and wife to C. C. Chofa,
lot 18, block . Cloverdale
C. C. Chofa to 11. M. Christie, same..
H. M. Christie, et al., to Emelia
Florell, part lot 46, Glue's addition..
Same to A. T. Llndqulst, part same..
Fannie Bufrue and husband to Mary
E. Murphy, lot 1, Pruyn'a subdivis
W. H. Cary and wife to Minnie G-T
Smiley, lot 35, block 8, Grant Plac.
Elga P. Johnson to B. F. Bohrert, "'
west 75 feet lot 89, Elllstone. "ar
Elizabeth Kountze Real Estate Co.
to Jennie M. kttrader. lot 7. Mock -
27. Kountae place 1,600
Hastings A Heyden to G. P. Lee,
west 30 feet lota 22 and east 10 feet
lot 21. block 2. Collier Place 400
Solomon Brodkey and wife to E. M.
F. Let ana. middle k lot 2. block
119. Omaha 35,482
John A. Creighton Real Estate &
Trust Co. to D. V. Sholes Building
Co., lot 2, block 6; lot 5. block 5; lot
7, block 1, Crelghton'a second addi
tion Same to same, lot 8, block 3, same...
D. V. Sholes Building Co. to L. F.
Schonlau. lot 7. block 1. same
Same to J. M. Keely, lot 2, block 5,
Same to W. C. Frazer, lot 6, block 3.
William Heyden to James Stears, lot
6, block 2, Hastings & Heyden's ad
W. M. Adams, et al., to Zelda Robin
son, lots 11. 12, 13 and 14, block 13,
Summit addition ,
D. R. Bentz to J. R. Gift, lot 8,
block 23, Boyd's addition
Elizabeth Klrschbaum to Margaret
Brown, lot 7, block 8, Hammond
Julie Fisher to Max Meyer, lot .
block 4 .and lot 6. block 8, Bogga &
Hill's second addition; west H lot (,
block 123, Omaha
Margaret B. Silver and husband to
N. C. Hallenborg, lot M, block 1.
Patrick Land Co. to O. H. Potinder,
lots 1 to 4. block 120. Dundee Place..
Commercial National Bank to C. L.
Thomas, lot 15, block 4, Bedford
NOTICE OF SALE OF EL7SCTIUC LIGHT
PLANT By virtue ot resolution of the
undersigned Board of Directors, the Cl.ad
ron Electrlo Light at Power Company will
sell at public- auction to the highest bidder,
for cash, on TUESDAY, NOVKMBER. 18.
1W9, AT 10 o'clock a. m., AT THE OKKICB
Of SAID COKPORATION, CORN EH SEC
OND AND EUAN BTRKICT8. CHADRON.
NEBRASKA, all the property of the said
Chadron Electrlo Light el Power Company,
as a going concern, and oonsisting of Lot
I, In Block 4. City of Chadron. Nebraska,
and power house thereon, Its coal bouses
and office and power house furniture and
I fixtures, and supplies on hand, and per
sonal nropcriy oi every rnaracter; also all
Its contracts for street lighting and sale ot
light and power to cltlxens or Chadron, and
all Its customers, its franchise, sil us poles,
wires, lines, dynamos, transformers, en
gines and machinery ot every description,
all Its street lights, and other lib-Ins, wher
ever located and on hand. This property la
In mott prosperous and perfect condition
since Its opening; the service Is perfect and
the demand for light and power, from it
present and prospective customers. Is
greater than its present enlarged capacity;
an Increase of the plant and Its capacity la
actually needed at this time. An entirely
sufficient reason fur this sale will be given
to any Inquiring purchaser.
Dated. October 14. 1W.
J. F. MuTE.
BY HON L. SOOVEL
RAILWAY TIME CARD
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Portland Special lUUpm a 5.46 pm
Colorado flpeclai a 1 4 am a 145 am
North Platte Local a 8 li am a 4:45 pm
Colorado Express 3 50 pm a I 00 pm
Grand Island Local a 8 tt pm al0 30am
Lincoln-Beatrice Loral.. bit. 40 Dm b 1.20 pm
Valparaiso and Cuntrai
Cuy bit 44 pm b 1 JO pm
hlraae t.reat Weetere.
CMcngo Limited ..
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Colorado-Chicago a4 0rein a 130am
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Omaha-Chlca.o Special a t. 02 pm 1 7:Wni
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Limited :iopm ai.. pm
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Fast l,ocal Cedar
Twin City and Dakota
Daylight a 7:45 am am-upm
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L Omaha all OOam
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Norfolk-Boncsteel a 7 50 am alO Mpm
Lincoln-Long line a 7 50 am elpooam
Norfolk-South Platte. . .b 2:15 pm b 6 20 pin
Hastlngs-Superloi b 1:15 pm b 5:20 pm
Dead wood-Hot Springs, a i.6.'i pm si:20p,n
Cssper-Lander a 8:55 pm all:0 am
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K. C. and St. L Ex..-. a ;00 am a 7:00am
K. C. and St. L. Ex. Ilv.
Sat. 12 p. m ,....all:Lpm a & ou pm
Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paol
Overland Limited all 15 am a 7:05 am
Overland Special a 3:6o sm a 1:30am
Chicago-Omaha Special. a 7:2 am a 9:30 am
Colo.-Calllornla l-.x a :w pm sj:.jpin
Perry-Omaha Local b 6:15 pm bll.Ojpm
Chicago, Reck Island 4c Pacific
Rocky Mountain L'l'd. .al2:40 am alO 30 pm
Iowa local a 6.40 am a 4.30 pm
Chicago Day Express. ..a 7:42 am
Des Moines Local a t w pm aii:twpm
Iowa Local b 10: 36 am b 9:65 pm
Chicago-Eastern Ex a 4.40 pm a 1:1 pin
Chicago-Nebraska Ltd..a:0pm a :06 am
for Lincoln .....a 8:30 am a 6:47 pin
Colo, and Cal. Ex a 1:20 pin a 4 30 pin
Okla. And Texas Ex.. ..a 4:0o pm a 1:00 pm
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Nebraska points a 8:20 am ati:10pm
Black Hills a 4:10 pm a 4:10 pm
Northwest Ex all :30 pm a 7:10 am
Nebraska points a 8:20 am a 8:10 pm
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Plattsmouth-Iowa a 9:18 am a 8:60 am
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Chicago Ex. a 4:20 pm a 3:66 pm
Chicago Fast Ex a 6:30 pm a 8:00 am
Iowa Local a t.ia am ali:4& am
St. Louis Ex a 4:6 pm all:45 am
Kansas City St St. Joe.al0:46 pm a 6:45 am
Kansas City & St. Joe. .a 9:16 am a 6:10 pm
Kansas City et pi. joe. a :: pm
WEBSTER STA 15TH et WEBSTER
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Chicago, St. Paal, Minneapolis 4k
Bloux'Clty Express. ...b 2:00 pm bll:4B am
Omaha Local -c i: pm
Sioux City Passenger. b ;20 pm
Twin city. r"asserger....p :w am
Sioux City Local c 8:35 am
Emerson Local b 3:55 pm bll:30 am
a Dally, b Daily except Sunday, c Bun
day only, d Dally except Saturday.
Omaha-Carroll Local. ..a 1:4 pro a :w am
Cruises dc Luxe
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SHADES OF NIGHT HELD UP
Phenomenon of isnnrr In PlnlantX
Kxtolled by Southern
The famous "white nights" of the north
are a most surprising phenomenon to the
visitor from southern climes. It Is a weird
experience, declares Mr. A. M. Scott, to sit
tor the first time upon a veranda at mid
night and read a newspaper, or to walk
home from a restaurant at 1 o'clock In the
morning and to see people still gossiping
at the promenades under a bright, clear
A spirit of rest and peace ta over all
the earth. .The sky is bright, not with
the fiery brilliancy of noon, but with a
tender, gentle radiance. The colors of
the landscape have become softened, but
not blended. There are no shadows save
for a week or two In June, when the bright
northern sky at midnight projects faint,
ghostlike shadows toward the south. The
sun Just dips below the horizon and no
more. There la no division between the
sunset and the dawn; the same rosy flush
atrves for both.
Summer In Finland Is, In fact, ona long
day. Never a star Is to be seen, and when
the first faint star glimmers In the south
It Is a sign that the summer Is past and
that the autumn frosts have arrived.
The long light has a marvelous effect
upon vegetation, forcing its growth at hot
house pace. Ttoe "white nights" account
both for the suddenness of the burgeoning
and for the intensity of the heat. Land
and water haa no time to cool. Oile cannot
fall to be struck with the enormous size of
the foliage upon the oak and hawthorn
trees as compared to that to which we
are accustomed. HotanU have explained
this as being due to the larger supply of
light. It has sometimes been suggested
that we may hasten the hurvesta by the
use of artificial lights. Nature herself
does this fur the Finnish farmer. Youth's
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Phep A Bros.. I4J1 POTlflo Ave.
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Buffalo, N'. Y.
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F.lllcott Sauare News Stsnd.
Empire News Stand, Jackson A Dearborn,
Chicago Newspsier Ag'y. 178 Madison.
Grand Pacl.'lc Hotel.
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Colorado Springs, Colo.
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Colo. Wholesale Newspaper Agency.
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Black Hills News Co. .
Franklin News Co. .
Denver, Colo.' .
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Brown Palsce Hotel.
Des Moines, la
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Dominion Cigar A News Stores Co.
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Excelsior Springs, Mo.
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T. Marks, 836 Central Ave.
Fort Pitt News Co..
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Hot Springs, 8. D. '
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Amos News Co.. 711 80. Olive.
M. B. Halllday. .
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trunk Muiiern, Grand Ave and 3d 6.
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N mullet Hotel.
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Cleveland News Boom, 101 W. 7th St
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