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THE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, DECIfDEn 1, 190
OFFERED FOR RENT
M" "ml (tl(fi (onlliard
MODERN I roora house, 21 8. 35th Ave
Fhon Douglas 4SC7.
HOUSES. fists. Garvin Rros., 31 N. y. l.
1R19 N. ih ST.. 4 large roornii. pantrv
closet, city water, large cellar. norm
ooors and window .
P.EM1S. Brendels Blk
' MAOOARU Van A Storage c D 14J6.
I ack. store and ship houHehold goods.
HOUSES Peters Trust Co.. N. Y. Life Uldg
HOU8ES. Insurance. Rlngwalt, Darker Blk
Hrfis DO CO LAS: S-room. $27.50. John N.
Frenxer. both Phono.
WEST Farram District New home. Just
completed at toll Howard, on paved street,
lor $46; Phone Harney 2xJ5.
ONE new T-room all modem hon for
rent, $30. Inquire 26M Cass. Tel. Harney
LOYVE8T RENTS BEST HOUSES
8-r mod. choice, .Tfcl Jones, $17.0.
6-r., part mod.. 118 N. 2tnh, $lj.r,0.
6-r., mod., bargain, 15 Corbv, $15.
6- r., city water. 774 Hmoroft, $12.
7- r., city wator.-barn, 411 N. Isth Ave, $15.
5- r., city water, Rood, 22W N. 27th. $15
c4ty water, Close In, 2X14 Chicago, $15.
6- r., mod., 4130 Hamilton. $1. .
4-r., part mod.. 1314 S. 11th, $12.
4-r part mod., close In, R37 S. 24th, $12.
Russell & MtKiirli k Co.
432 Ramge Itldg. 15th and Harney.
4- room cottage, MS No. 2Kth Ave., $11.00,
5- room cottage, 3018 Ohio Ft.. $20. all mod.,
C. O. Oarlberg, 811 N. Y. Life Hid.
S-room cottage,, modern, except heat, 1014
rtcmtn zsri m. inquire ro:
i; cfty water.
FOR RENT 3 rooms; crtv water. 1K2S N.
17th St C. M. Rachmann, 43 Paxton Hlk.,
Tel., Zfi39. Res.. I), vm
71A Bancroft Pt., -r., city water, etc , $12.
n Rlnney St., -r., partly mod., $13.
IM2 Parker St., 5-r., mod, ex. furnace. $18.
221 A Grace, s-r., all modern, $L'0.
2218 Grace, R-r., str'etlv mod., $25.
22l! Orace. 8-r., partly mod., $1S.
1MB. N. lfth St., cottage. 4 rooms, barn,
city water, vacant 15th. $12.
W. a. SHRIVER.
102S Niw York Life Bldg.
MODERN sited office room onn. post
office, $5 per mo. Conrad Young. 1'H I'olge
. ' DESIRABLE single office, also suite oJ
offices. In Continental block.
ALFRED C. KENNEDY.
tOt Flrat National Hank Building.
Tel. Douglas 722.
1 STOREROOM and basement In Penrga
block, 8. O . 620 N. 24th. Hall. 433 Kamg.i
Bldg., both 'phones.
NEW Wore, 2219 Cummg. Tel. Web. 31TJ.
DESIRARLE storeroom. No,. 1113 North
S4th street, was occupud as a me.u m-irke:
for pver twenty years nnd In J-it the lo
cation for that line of busintar.. $-0.
ALFRED C. KENNEDY.
209 First National Tank Hulldintf.
Tel. Douclss 72S.
OFFERED FOR SALE
CHEAPEST PLACE for STOVES ANti
FURNITURE. Racket Ftors. 16 A Cumins
BARGAINS In second hand Furniture.
Bohweltaer. 1711 N. 24th St. W. 21D4: II. 1324
PTOVES, slightly used, sold reKardless of
cost. American Furniture Co.. 220 N. 16th.
BLIOHTLY used upvlgnt pianos for sale
t IMS Harney. C H. Thatcher Co. D. W19.
IVERS A POND planoT almost new;
cheap 10 McCagtie Blk.
PIANOS selected now Id THE BEN
KKTT, PIANO CLUBS will be held . fo
Christmas denvery tC'-acatrvot t .:- r-mr
; Typewriters. :
SECOND hand typewrltersNsold. . repaired
Central Typewriter Exchange, 1G07 Famam.
AT CUT PKICES
Wo save you from 50c to
II FUl nn (Yri' f.in tiH ulir
better coal. We guarantee correct weight.
llosenblatt's Cut Price Coal Co
, . 4
COAL 6 baskets, $1. Pry kindling, a load,
tl delivered,. Star Ice & Cul Co. L. HoJ.
DRUGS at cut prices; freight paid on all
$10 orders; catalogue free. Sherman 4i
McConnell Drug Co.. Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALE New and 2d-liand billiard
nd pool tables. We- lead the world In
cheap bar fixtures, easy payments. Bruns-wlck-Balke
Collender, 407 So. 10th St.
leg (or sale at
on leading business col
discount. Address P 606
HAVE on hand a number of Ink bar
reis which we will soil at 60c each. They
are fin fir rain water or ashes. Call at
pressroom Be Publlsing Co.
SAFES, new and second-har.d. 1110 Farm
200 OVERCOATS SLIGHTLY USED,
bargain A B. SINGER. 416 N. loth.
SOME OF OUR BARGAINS
I good second hand organ. $16.00.
good second hand upright piano, Rose
wood cass. $66.00.
1 slightly used, upright Emersou piano,
J. MARSHALL SMITH CO.,
I 108-tlO S. 18th St. Opposite Court House.
EVERYTHING ln typewriters; Just
few of our bargains: Rebuilt No. 2 Smltn
Premier, $31; Ho. t Oliver. $:; No. Rem
ington, $33; machines snipped ou approval;
BO deposit required.
TYPS WRITER tQU'PMBNT CO..
tut 8. 12th St.
$5.00 C0AL Vh."vBo..
76 TARDS of genuine linoleum, practi
cally new, at a bargain. Leffert's Jewelry
btore. Council Bluffs, la.
The way the wind blows in
the Omaha want ad field
The Boe last weok made a gain of over 27
, . columns of paid want ads over the cor
responding week of last year.
Of course, Omaha is growing, but more
people are using Bee want ads, because they
are read in most every one of the 42,00 homes
reached by The Bee.
Our nearest Omaha competitor gained
but 16 columns, giving them credit for their
free help wanted, indecent advertisements,
clairvoyant and other frauds excluded from
The reason why Boe want ads bring such
tremendous returns is that The Bee goes to
the homes, where people really read the pa
pers. There are thousands of homes where
The Bee is the only paper ever admitted, be
cause self-respecting people want a clean
OFFERED FOR SALE
CO T, Public Market Special 4
Partridge-Thompson Co.. 110 Harney. T. M4
Vi t- will r-t ll t0 boilers that have been
In ue at Hie Bee building. They an each
175-hoi sepower return tubular boilers, 78
Inch diameter by IS fee long. They have.
li C. I. tube, t Inches by U feet. Work
ing pressure lsa Bounds par square Inch.
Heat nil tare, 1m, (M) square feet. Grute area
We are very anxious to dispose of these
boilers Immediately and will sell at a bar
gain If taken at once.
THE HKK Hl'I LDINQ COMPANY.
17th and Farnam fcts. Omaha, Nt'b.
COAL, by tha ion. Call Webster vT.
FOIl SALE A (rood, self-adding cash
register; will sell on easy payments. Ad
dress 1M7L care Hee.
HALL S safes, new, 2d-hand, 15.U Farna.n
! M-lnch roll top dosk.
1 67 Inch roll top derk.
t typewriter desk.
1 Remington typewriter.
2 bookkeeper di'Sks.
1 large wsll ease.
1 Universal adding machine.
1 fireproof safe.
4 Falrbank flo r scales.
4 four wheeled triK-ks.
1 d agraph machine.
CALL Ulft FARNAM ST.
WHO NEEDS a rainproof overcoat, sie
.In? Worn short time; will sell- cheap. Ad
dies, H. Ol Bee.
ONE-KARAT and 1-karat white dia
monds at a snap. Address J Ki2, Bee.
JOIU'SON INST., 41S N. Y. U Tel. D. 1MH.
Ir. Katbryn Nicholas. 603 N. A". L. Bldg.
) O. BA11NELL. Paxton Hlk. Tel. Red 7117.
HUFFMAN. SIS Neville Bids Book free.
Cr A T Andoverj Egg. Lump, $4 .80. R. 11
V.UJMJ Morehouse Co., W. $105. B.2246.
MAGNETIC s.Tsth s1
Private confinement home. Mrs. Dr. King.
1324 N. 24th. Tel., Web. 2553. Ind 1
JOHN CANK Is In town. Now Is th
time to trim treos. trelllpcs. grape vines,
lei Red 5704, Ind. A-1C4'J. lied 640S. 1S11
Cuming St.. U01 S. 2f.th Ave.
I'HIiKN Your corn comes out or your
LUliii O quai'ter comes back when you
use Corn Jelly. Haines Drug -Co.. 1610 Far.
f A ilTJTrTTP treatment. Mme. Smith,
iMAVJINti 1-A.V -22 s. jCtn Sl. lhlri fioor
PRIVATE HOME during confinement;
babies for adoption. Good Samaritan Sanl
lonuin, 7-10 1st Ave., Council Bluffs, la.
WE RENT and repair all makes of aew
l; g machln.s. 'Phones, Ind., A-l;63. DoUR.
1 i J. Neb. Cycle Co., corner lath and Har
ney. WILL expressman who hauled goods
from 3331 Burt (rear) Saturday, pleHsj
communicate at once with undersigned.
Compensation. Address F 689 Bee.
A HOME for women during confinement.
We find homes for babies where mothers
cannot care for them. Babies boarded.
For terms address Mrs. Martha A. Lee, 401
Bancroft St., Omaha. Neb. 'Phone Doug
TllE SALVATION ARMY solicits castof,'
clothing; In fact, anything you do not need.
We collect. ' repilr and sell at 134 N. '.1th
ft., for cost of collection to the worthy
p o. Call r'tono Douglas 136 and wagon
JAMES RUBY can get Insurance money
by writing John or Charley.
SVrtlCTLYi prrtat' home for'confme
ments; excellent care; babies adopted;
trained nurse. 518 Davenport. 1
WTOSan1 toupees for men. GRIFFITH,
" 1KJ,Jli and 14 FRENZER BLK.
THE fitmous Velvctlr.a Toilet Goods. For
sale by all druggists or phone Douglas tGOl
Arlene da Vo. Manicuring and massage.
(20 t-1 Vilh Hi. Flat 8. Phone D. 7SS6.
MME. ALLEN of Chicago, salt glow,
magnetic and tnassuge treatments, 207 N.
DR. L'QGERS' private confinement home.
1ft 1: Marina St. D. Ci-U
Masnua Suits ' rent ' liebmn's,
iuctsqut. ouilS t,iu Howard. D. 4Ui
OMAHA Stammerers' Ins.. Ramg Bldg.
PASSENGERS who saw man fall from
street car at 20th and Vinton streets,
Thanksgiving day, between 12 and 1 o'clock,
will confer a favor by informing Carl Nlel
son, Tel. Douglas 5836.'
WHO will donate an organ (small) for
gospel work in the women s department of
county Jail. Mrs. Mary Laird, supt. of gos
pel work. Tel. Webster 2401.
WANTED Albert W. Newman by J. G.
Beeler, North 1'iatte, Neb.
MASSAGE AND BATHS.
R-308 Old Boston Store Bldg., 4th floor.
120 So. 16th St. Stairway on Douglas St.
JOME WASHBURN'S new book, the
"Underworld S(wr," sold at all book
stores, price, 11, io.
Is a drugleas cure for lost physical vigor.
Consult Dr. Margarlte Halloran. 22 Ne
ville block. Tel. Doug. 7761. Under super
vision of M. D.
t-i.OO PER MONTH, secures a high grade
Piano In THE BENNETT PIANO CLUB.
Join now, select your Piano. -
EXTRA fin single comb Rhode Inland
R-U cockerels for sal; early hatched. D.
11. Stru'liers. Craig, Nb.
Kcrenlr.gs. tffiO 100 lbs Wagner. 801 N. 16th.
M. B. TURKEYS for sa!; eggs In season,
ttrs. W. N. Preston. .Sorth Loup, Neb.
Use tT-NEED-A Poultry Tonlo for M
days; if your egg Increase does not twice
ray for your tonic. y-ur money will be re
funded. D. E. Johnson Co., Omaha. Neb.
FOR SALE-Cholce 8. C. Buff Orping
ton cocks, cockerels, hfns snd pullets.
Toulouse geese, sre prlxe winners, St a bar
gain. Peter A. Drehm, Harvard. Neb.
'PHONE JND. A-N20 for good printing
Lyngstad Printing Co.. Ifith A Capitol Ave.
REAL KSTATB DEAI.RttW.
REED ABSTRACT CO.. Est. IS.", promp.
service; get our prices. 1710 Fsrtiat.i St.
GANG EST AD, 404 Bee Bldg. Tel. D $rf
"ATNK INV. CO.. first floor N. T. Life.
BENJAMIN R. E. CO.. 477 Brande!, Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TITLE-TRUST CO.
'.'HAS 10. WILLIAMSON. Piesldent.
REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE LOANS
E. H. Ambler, 312-20 Barker Blk. D. 736.
CITY PltOPF.RTV Fl AI,B.
We want to present a few
facts concerning this addition
for your consideration.
1ST. It is located about four blocks north
of Kountxe Place, on higher pround t' an
anything east of 24th St. or north of Cum
2ND. It Is within 15 to 20 minutes' ride
of the heart of the cltv on the Sh-rman
Ave. line, one of the best lines in Omaha.
3D. Each lot Is of aood size and is sup
plied wltn fejcr, water and cement walk
at no extra cost. v
4TM. Out of ISO lots originally for s;il'?
we have but about W left, but there are all
uniformly good or.ci. IVies not this Fplen
dld record indicate the desirability of own
ing one of these lots?
5TH. The new university at 2lth and
Pratt Sts (four blocks west and two south)
and the extensive imprciX-cmenis undtr way
at Levi Carter park (about a half mlie
east) are bound to increase vuluts in this
0T1I. Fifty good, substantial dwelling
now ln the addit on arm many moie In sight
for spring. You'll not be lonesome If you
buy In this addition.
7TH. Prices $f,75 up. Terms one-fifth
down, balance on monthly payments. Don't
wait until another advance in prices comes.
Take advantage of present prices and buy
now. You will make money by doing so.
Call at our off, re and let us show you
thee lots, or ph.-ne us for plat giving
prices of unsold lots.
Shimer & Chase Co.,
809 South 17th St.
Opposite Court House.
Clo'se In Home
2718 Howard St. A good 8-room house
with bath, gas, hot and cold water, fur
nace, mantel and grate; south front, with
paved street; annual rental $3'!0. This prop
erty Is to be sold at a sacrifice within the
next ten days; price only $2,560.
Payne, Bostwick & Co.
Sole Agents. Main Floor N. Y. Life.
HARNEY STREET LOTS
BETWEEN 29TII- AVE. AND
We are offering 40-foot lots on Harney St.
with paving all uald. cement sidewalks.
sewer, watet, gas, for $2,0u0. Tha location
is very desirable, being within 1 block ol
Farnam St., car line and Central boule
vard. Ground lies high and sightly. This
Ih the cheapest, desirable close-in property
that you can buy.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St.
LISTEN 1 !
$2,360 for new 5-r. modern cottage on 37th
and Ames Ave. You can't beat It. Ask for
LOOK AT THIS ONE.
1628 S. 27th, t rms. ; mod.; furnace heat;
( yrs. old: east front: lawn: large barn:
$-1,000. A No. 1 house.
NORTH SIDE BUNGALOW.
Brand new: 6 rms.: mod.: mission oak
finish; priced low; very easy terms; muBt
sell. See It and make offer.
IIAltWOOD & IIARWOOD,
A 4203. 416 Bee Bldg. Red 4204.
3909 North 18th St
Six rooms and reception hall In Boule
vard park, thoroughly modern, almost new,
splerdid arrangement of rooms, nicely pa
pered, good neighborhood, good lot, con
venient to Sherman Ave. line, 16 to 20 min
utes' ride down town. Price, $3,350. S.-e us
about tills. We can arrange satisfactory
Shimer, & Chase Co.,
30a South 17th Street.
Opposite Court Housj.
TWO CORNER LOTS "
First class Improvements all around
them. City water, sewer, gas; near car;
vOxloi feet each
VERY EASY TERMS
NOWATA LAND ft LOT CO..
624 N. Y. Life.
Fine inside corner lot and brick
building, in first-class condition and
always rented to choice tenants.
MIDLAND INV. CO.,
McCague Bid if.
Phones, D. 1162. A-2656.
FOR quick returns list your real estate
for vale and exchange with me; no sale,
no pay. W. W. Mitchell. Board of Tradt
Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
$T,000 cash and $4,000 at 6 per cent, long
time, will buy one of best located rental
properties ln Omaha. Always rented; Its
location Insures prompt paying tenants.
pays $1,332 Annually
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO.,
Suite 624. New York Life Bldg.
1 WANT an offer on tot 2. block 20. origi
nal pial of the city of Otnana. with two
liousfs. 1MM and tfll Califorrta street, lot,
New York Life liui'dlng.
30th and Blnney Sts.,
$2,800. Easy terms.
On Dodge and 30th St. car line, diago
nally across from the new Omaha
View school house; high and sightly; 6
rooms, furnace, cemented cellar, laundry,
electricity; thoroughly modern and elegant.
4-TS Ramge Bldg. Both 'Phones
GOOD BUY-4-apartment new brick St,
Louis flat; Hanscom park district. Harney
NEW HOMES-KOfNTZIC PLACE.
2121-23 Lolhrop St.
Just competed, two houses, six rooms
ei(h; attic, full bakement, oak, brick and
pine finish; plastered laundry room, rear
roof jx.rch. oak floors, latest design ln
arrangement; full lots, near Itih Ktreet
car, fine neighborhood. To good parties
ll.tflO cash. balnc $.M) per month. Includ
ing Interest. Your choice at $4 250. Call
owner, Webster 2612.
2f EVANS St.. T rooms, new, modern,
oak and pine finish; near Omaha unlver
sily$3.7ii0. Call W-3ia.
t97-S PACIFIC, $-roora bricks, strictly
modern, excellent condition. $40.
BENSON ft MYERS CO..
Thou Douglas let. 4JJ N. Y. Life Bldg.
CITT PKOPEBTY rOH SALR.
' FOR SALE BY
U. P. R. R. CO.
TO UK HEMOVEI)
IX SIXTY PAYS
and lean-to. on lot 2, block 2, Jefferls' re
plat. No. I S Starr houses, t rooms each and
lem-to, also outbul ding, on lots 23 and
24. block 6. U. P. subdivision.
No. 3 Umatuni house. 4 rooms end hall,
outbul dings, on lot 22. block 6, U. P. sub
division. No. 4 Huss house, KxK, barn and out
buildings, on lot 3. block 6, IT. P. sub
No. 6 Churchwell house, 5 rooms and
pantry, on lot 6. block 6. V. P. subdivision.
No. 6 Andnrson house. 6 rooms and
pantry, 2 sheds, on lot 8. bock 6, U. P.
No. 7 Shllham. 1-room house, on lot 11,
block 6. U. P. subdivision.
Xo. H Newvllle Terrace nnd shed, on lot
10. bloi:k 1. U. P. subdlvinlon.
No. Nichols house, m stories, op lot
5. block J. U. P. Subdivision.
No. 10 Peflev house. 24 stories, barn,
on lot 17, block 2. U. P. subdivision.
No. 11 Kracker house. 3 rooms, h im and
shds. on taxlot 6. In sec. 1.V14N-13E.
No. 12 Pll ar house, 3 rooms, on taxlot
4. In sec. 1B-14N-13E.
No. 13. Kostel house. 2 rooms, garret and
lean-to. on taxlot F-l, ln sw cor. sec.
14. T. 14. N. It. 13 E.
Will consider bids on any or all of the
For further Information Inquire of
J. A. GRIFFITH,
Land Coram 'r -U. P. R. R. Co.
S. W. Cor. 12tb and Farnam Sts..
1919 Emmet Street
NEW KOUNTZE PLACE
A Sblendld modern home ln one of the
nicest blocks In Kountie Place. Fine houses
all around; house has large reception hall,
parlor, dining room, large butler s pantry
and vestibule on first floor. Four fine bed
rooms and bathroom second floor; large
floored attic; oak finish on first floor; oak
floors on first floor and also ln All Bed
rooms: oak columns between reception hall
and parlor; and between parlor and dining
room; large porch ten feet wide; tine tignt
Ing fixtures; full basement; street paved;
cement walks; full lot. This will make
you a good home and the owner will ar
Norris & Martin,
Phone Doug. 4270. 623 Bee Bldg.
This la a strictly first-class modern
home, beautifully located, with fine south
and west viewV and the Happy Hollow club.
This house has 7 rooms and reception
hall; parlor, dining room and kitchen on
first floor, oak finish; beautiful oak stair
way leading from reception hall; also stair
way from kitchen. Second floor has 4
large bedrooms and bathroom finished In
quarter sawed yellow pine; best of plumb
ing and heating throughout: , can arrange
good terms on this place. Better see It at
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1611 Harney St.
Six Rooms arid Hall
Brand Dew, thoroughly modern, large
rooms, eabt front lot. desirable neighbor
hood, north part. Price, $3,ii0; w down,
balance practically same as rent.
Shimer & Chase Co.,
30i South 17th Street.
Oi;otie Court House.
NEW 7 ROOMS MODERN
Modern.' uu-to-the-minute. large lot. One
of the choicest locations ln the western
part of the city. In order to settle partner
ship quickly, will be sold at a very low
VERY EASY TERMS
NOWATA LAND & LOT Co ,
Suite 624 New York Life Bldg.
SIX rooms, new, modern; hot water
heat; walking distance. 2236 Howard.
FARM AND RANCH LAND FOR SALE
GOOD, well improved 80-acre farm; price,
$87.60 per acre; six miles southeast of Coun
cil Bluffs, R. F. D. No. 1, Dumfries, la.
'Phone Ind. 9041-M. D. W. Weaver.
TWO Missouri farms for sale or will
trade for property ln Omaha or vicinity.
2796 Decatur St.. Omaha.
140 ACRES. 80 acres fenced. 60 acres In
cultivation, 4-room house; lots of running
water; R. F. D. by door; lots or fruit; barn
and outhouses. Can be sold on easy terms;
$15 per acre.
160 acres. 80 ceres In cultivation; plenty
of water; t-room house, 2.000 fruit trees;
M acres fenced: barn and outbuildings;
can be sold at $20 per acre; down.
Also have 160 acres. 60 acres In cultiva
tion, 10 acres In strawberries, 10 acres In
meadow; t-room house; lots of water; 4
miles s. w. of Anderson, McDonald county,
Mo. I have other snaps. Call on me.
GEORGE W. MITCHELL. Anderson, Mo.
. A Cass County
At Your Own Price
To settle a partnership we will sell to
the highest bidder, on easy terms, a splen
did farm, m miles southeast of Ashland,
Neb., comprising 406 acres, which must be
sold before January 20, 1910. For descrip
tion and full particular write,
CASHIER NEBRASKA NATIONAL BANK
CAREY ACT! CAREY ACT!
DECEMBER 20, 1909.
WYOMING IRRIGATED LAND for t37M.
PER ACRE ON TEN YEARS' TIME
AND UNDER THE CAREY ACT.
Only six miles from Wheatland, Wyo.
All ditches and reservoirs all complete and
water all ready for the land. We have
only a few thousand acres.
THINK OF IT!
Write lodsy for FREE 1LLUSTRAED
BOOKLET containing map and full Infor
mation. Remember the date, December 20.
Special train leaves Omaha December 14.
Call on us at our booth at the Corn Show.
THE NORTH LARAMIE LAND CO.,
ABBOTT REALTY CO.,
411 BRANDE1S BLDG.. OMAHA.
AT $45 PER ACRE
We will sell you a 330-acre Improved
farm In eastern Nebraska, two miles of
a good, live town and best market. If you
will look at this land you will agree that
It Is very cheap. Selling at this low price
ln order to settle a partnership quickly.
VERY EASY TERMS
NOWATA LAND & LOT Co,
fcuite 624 New Yoik Llf Bldg.
FARM Al HAN4I4 I.AM FOR 1.R
WHAT'S YOUR BEST CASH OFFER
For two fine sections of farming land In
Kimball county, Nebraska, t and T miles
northeast of Kimball, the county et
sections 27 and IS, tr 16, rang 65. Here
Is a chance to get In right. Address D. F,
Bowman, over 611 West Grand Av., Des
We have ICO 000 acres of choice land to
select from, ranging In price from $6 to
$40 per aore. This land is In the oil snd
gas district and you might get an oil wetf
with your land.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite 624 New York Llf Bldg.
1A0-ACRE for sale n.ar Comanche. Okl.
110 acres broke, good Improvements, plenty
of wcod. $30 acre. Write owner. Rout 1.
E J. Dodd. Comanche, Okl.
$73.00 WILL locate you on 160 acre of
choice productive land In western Oregon;
price $2.50 per acre at time of securing
title. Call or write, 413 Karbach block.
TEXAS homes anl Investments.
FERGUSON A WRIGHT.
Doug. 1834. 807 N. Y. Llf4 Bldg.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$00 to $6,000 on homes ln Omaha. O Keefc
Real Estate Co.. 1001 N. Y. Life. DoUK. or
IA)ANS to home owners and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
ments semi-annually, ' No commission.
W. H. THOMAS,
603 First National Bank Bldg.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha Business Property.
Room 1. New York Life Bldg:
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith A Co., 1320 Farnam St.
GARVIN BROS.. S18 N. Y. Life. VJX to
$200,000 on Improved property. No delay.
6 FARM and city loans; optional pay
ment; no delay. I. Slbbernsen, Omaha.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated.
Apply Rooms 417-18 First National Bank
Bldg. Bell phone Douglas 2318.
PAYNE, BOSTWICK CO.. N. Y. Life.
Private money, $o00 to $5,000; low rate.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Brandels Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
ViPiKt Infra a r.A kmos.. XJ 1.- W
buyers. 411 Karbach Blk, Bed 3607. A-3G46.
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
6, t snd 7-room houses. If prices are right
we can Feu your property ror you,
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO,
Suit 624 tl. T. Life Bldg.
itiuti graue piano icr good residence lot.
Will pay difference. Bee, Y 17.
FOR SALE or trade. ' 40-acre. well Im.
provd farm, forty rods from court house
of Pocahontas. Price, $6,000. Quarter ln
Liasoia preierrea in. c. isieisen, Poca
hontas. Ia. L. B. 265.
FOR SALE or trade. Section. Lincoln
county, Nebraska land. ' Address Jay M.
niiey, Lawrence, jseo. I
WANTED TO BUY
OVIST r. 14 . , . - ,
- - "- umrw u. scvVJUU-UHn 1 VJ Til 1 -
ture. carpets, clothing and shoes. Tel. Duug
HIGHEST prices for furniture, etc.
BELL'S Furn. 6 tote, 1406 Dodge. Red K13J.
BAI.TIMnKP M.hmJ ..nr. ...
price 2d-hand furniture, clothes etc. O. 4266.
ITIirhest nrtres tnr nM h,nL.H n. n ... v.
old gold. etc. M. Nathan, 211 8. 13th.
HIGH grade pianos. Phone Webster 871.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED at one by party of 3. for I
or i months suite of furnished rooms
wnn Doara in private family. Location
must be good. Willing to pay llueia.ly
LADY with several years' business train
ing desires position selling either ln city
or will travel. Al references. Address
W. 507, care Bee,
CorI And Wood R H- Morehouse Co..
WANTED By young man. place to worn
for board while attending Boyles collars.
WANTED Position as stenographer bv
experienced telegraph operator, 21 years
old; railroad work preferred. Address if
94. care Bee.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE.
Omaha, Nebraska, Nov. 2. 1909. Sealed
proposals, ln triplicate, will be received
here and by Quartermasters at the posts
named herein, until 10 a. m., central stand
ard time. December 1, 1SHB, for furnishing
Shelled Corn during fiscal year ending June
90, 1910, at Omaha Q. M. Depot. Forts
Crook, Omaha and Robinson, Nebraska;
rorts leavenwortn ana Miley, Kansas;
Fort Mackensle, Wyoming, and Fort Des
Moines, Iowa. Proposals for delivery at
other places will not be entertained.
United States renrves right to reject or
accept any or all proposals or any part
inereoi. iniormation lurmnneo on applica
tion here or to Quartermasters at the sta
tions named. Envelopes containing pro
posals should be marked "Proposals fo'
Forage," and addressed to Major D. E.
M'CARTHY, C. Q. M. N-2-$-4-2-30 Dl
oriice. Fort Meade, S. L , November 1,
190S. Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will be
received at this office, until 10 A. M.,
mountain time, December 6, 1909, and .then
opened, for constructing on double net
of quarters for two company officers and
four cavalry staoles, and for Installing
plumbing, heating, electric wiring and eleo
trio 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 1-akea, Chicago',
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 tlO.OQ, 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 tha government. En
velopes sontalnlng proposals should be en
dorsed "Proposals fur Public Buildings snd
Other Improvements" and addressed to the
constructing quartermaster. Fort Meade,
8 D. ; Nov2-4-5-Decl-$.
WKEKLT SAII.nVog BITWttN MONTRgAU
QUfcbKU AND UVKKPOGI.
Nothing bcttsr oa the Atlantis tban our Emprewae,
C. I. btNJAMlN, o. A.
1)1 so. CUrk St.. Chicago. II L
vtixx TwBLrTl "sjsam
M.MM U U CBU1SI U
O THE- O
R I E N
itinuu; . i uays, fw up, including
shore excursions, etc. Cruises around thu
world: Tours t Europe, rraak O. mrk
Tlni Mg, Tora. W. B. Book, 16a
a kasw wwiis.
THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET1NV
Notice Is hereby given, that a special
meeting of the stockholders of The Mis
souri Pacific Railway Company will be
held at the principal office of said Com
pany, Jn the Missouri Pacific Building. No.
" Market Street, In the City of St. Louis,
Missouri, on Tuesday, the loth day of
January, 1110. at nine o'clock In the fore
noon of that day, to consider and act upon
the following propositions:
(a) To adopt a code of by-laws for the
(b) To rafify. assent to and approve a
certain Indenture of lease bearing date the
l.'.th day of July. 1909, by and between
Boonvllle, St. Louis A- Southern Railway
Cotnpaay, a corporation of the State of
Missouri, and this Company and authorised
on behalf of this Company at a meeting ef
the Board of Directors, held on the 16th
day of August, 1909.
tc) To ratify, assent to and approve the
purchase by this Company of the whole or
any part of the railroads and other prop
erty, and franchises of all or any of the
following named railroad companies:
Carthage and Western Railway Company,
Joplln and Western llanway t-ompany, St.
Louis. Oak Hill and Carondelet Railway
Company, Sedalla. Warsaw snd South
western Railway Company, The Kansas
City Northwestern Railroad Company, The
Nebraska Southern Railway Company,
Omaha Belt Railway Company, Omaha
Southern Railway Company, Pacific Rail
way Company In Nebraska, The Pueblo
and State Line Railroad Company, and
Kansas and Arkansas Valley Railway.
td) For the purpose of refunding uml'-r-lying
mortgage bonds and equipment obli
gations of the Company and for other cor
porate purposes, to consent to, concur in
and authorise an Increase of the bonded
Indebtedness of The Missouri Pacific Rail
way Company, by the amount of $175.0"oonn
by the Issue of Gold Bonds of the Com
pany, limited ln the aggregate to the
principal amount of $176,000,000 at any one
time outstanding, to bear Interest at a rate
or rates not to exceed five per cent per
annum, payable semi-annually, and all or
any part of such bonds, as the Board ot
Directors may determine, to be convertible
at the option of the holders and registered
ewnsrs thereof into stock of the Hallway
Company upon such terms and otherwise
as the Board of Directors may determine;
and to consent to, concur In and authorise
the exeoution and delivery of a mortgage
and deed of trust on and of the whole or
part of the railroads and other property
and franchises of this Company whether
now owned or hereafter acquired, to secure
such Issue of bonds by this Company, and
to consider and act upon the foitn and
terms of such mortgage.
(e To consent to and authorise the pur
chase by this Company from time to time
of not to exceed $25,000,000 par value of the
bonds of the St. Louis, iron Mountain and
Southern Railway Company,
(f) To ratify the proceedings of the
Board of Directors theretofore taken In
and about the matters aforesaid, including
the authorization ot said bonds and mort
gage and deed of trust and the use to be
made of said nonus, ana to consider and
act upon such other business as may
properly be transacted at the meeting.
the stoca iransier dooks oi tne company
will be closed at S P. M. on the 7th, day
of January, 1910, and will remain closed
until 10 A. M. on the 19th day of January,
Dated. New York, November 17th, 1909.
By order of the Board of Directors.
GEORGE J. OOULD, President.
A. H. CALEF, Secretary.
Nov 18 to Jan IS
Nine Times as
Many Women as
Men Ask Divorce
And Yet Against Thirty Fleas for
Separation Are 163 Licenses
Up Eros; down Erls.
Eros will be remembered: Er s was the1
mythological goddess of discord who first
threw the golden apple and started the
feminine Olympians into the row which
finally resulted in the Judgment of Paris
and the Trojan war.
Eros is triumphing-over Erls ln Douglas
county, for there were 162 licenses to wed
during the month of November and only
thirty decrees of divorce were handed
down by the Judges of district court on the
It doth appear perverse that Eros was a
man and Eris a woman. (Certainly the
was "no lady"). For of tne thirty decrees
of divorce the ratio Is 27 to 3 ln favor of
womankind. Twenty-seven wives told their
woes to the court and only three husbands
had complaints to make.
'Perhaps- men are longer suffering," sug
gests Colonel IL H. Claiborne of tho office
of the clerk of district court.
To turn to a happier theme: One hundred
and sixty blushing grooms-to-be entered
the office of License' Clerk Charles Furuy
during the month and seoured permits to
wed. The total number of licenses Issued
was 164, the other two being blushing
brides-to-be, whose future husbands could
not get away to marry them that morning,
but could ln the afternoon.
Douglas county leads the van, having 102
of the brides to Its credit. Twenty were
from Nebraska outside this county, twen
ty-six came from the prairies of Iowa and
sixteen were scattering.
Last Panic Cost
Senator Aldrich Makes This Statement
in Address at Banquet of
NEW YORK, Nov. tO.-Nelson W. Aldrich.
United States senator from Rhode Island
and chairman of the national, monetary
commission, said tonight that the panic of
1907, cost the United States more than $2,-
000,000,000. He made this declaration as he
addressed members of the Economic club
of New York, which was holding its an
nual bi-nquet, with the monetary commis
sion and Ambassadors Henry White and
David Jayne Hill as the guests of honor.
Aa he emphasized the necessity for a
change ln the monetary system of this
country. Senator Aldrich said:
"The disastrous results of that crisis
(the panic of 1907) can never be completely
measured Its destructive Influence were
'elt throughout the world, and the United
States escaped only by yie narrowest
margin, a total collapse of all credit and
the wholesale destruction ot all values."
J. Plerpont Morgan was among the 1,300
persons present at the banquet. Ambas
sadors White and Hill spoke briefly.
Uee Want Ads are DusineB Boosters.
"WHY KANSAS CITY GREW"
Real Eatat Man Will Tell What
Made KanvlIIe Outstrip
"Reasons wny Kansas City has grown
faster than Omaha," will be the subject
of a talk by Arthur Chase at a meeting
of tha Real Estate exchange at noon
W. H. Thomas Is to speak on the es
timation of cubic contents and commercial
value of buildings.
Members of the exchange wishing to
call special attention to matters on the
bulletin can do so by consulting W. L.
A PI rasa at tsrprlM
(uuows tne ursi fiose. or ir. Kings New
Life Pills, the painless regulators that
strengthen you. Guaranteed. 25c. For sale
by Beaton Drug Co.
CHANGES IN COMMERCE LAW
Administration Will Work for Gen
eral Revision of Act.
CONFERENCES AT WHITE HOUSE
President, Commissioner l.ane anil
Senator t'nminlna Discuss Rill
Drafted tr the Attor
WASHINGTON. Nov. 30. Following a
lengthy conference at the White house to
day It was said tonight that the adminis
tration will exert all Its Influence towarl
securing a comprehensive revision of th
Interstate Commerce law by the Incoming
congress. A rough draft of the proposed
amendments to the law was submitted by
Attorney General WleVrrsham and while
this was considered In all Its details no de
cision n-lth respect to It was reached.
Tne president bad ns his advisers the
attorney general. Commissioner Lane of the
Interstate Commere commission and Sen
ators Elklns and Cummins.
Frank B. Kellogg, the . speclnl "trust
buster" of the Department of Justice and
Secretaries Wilson and Dickinson also gave
their views briefly.
Floor Lender Not Selected.
While the president has not yet mad
his selection of the men In the two houses
of congress who will bo entrusted with the
task of putting the legislation through,
there are said to be a large number of can
didates anxious for the honor of appear
ing as champions of the White house.
Senator Elklnstoday renewed his sug
gestions that the best way to encourage
Amerlcnn shipping would be to enact a
law giving a reduction ot 5 per cent In
customs duties on all Imported goods
brought Into the United States In Amer
"This would not only build up Amer
ican shipping, but would be a reduction
downward In duties," said Senator Elklns.
The president Is preparing his recom
mendations favoring ship subsidy legisla
tion and Senator Elklns wished . to lay
his project- before him before that 'para
graph of the message to congress was
Call from Labor Lender.
Recommendations looking toward the
Improvement of "the condition of the labor
ing man which It Is desired the president
Incorporate In his annual message to con
gress vera urged upon President Taft
today by a delegation of labor leaders
headed by Samuel Gompers. John .Mitch
ell, Jaaies O'Connell and Frank Morrison
accompanied Mr. Gompers to tho Whit
Foremost of the subjects considered was
the Issuance of Injunctions by federal
Judges, particularly as they app'.y to per
sonal liberty and their use ln the settle
ment of disputes between employers and
employes. , .
The president has practically decided
that his message to congress will make
no recommendations regarding the Sher
man act. His decision, which Is a decided
change from his Intentions of a few
weeks ago. Is largely based upon the
fact that there are pending ln the supreme
court and on their way to that tribunal
a number of Important cases Involving In
terpretation of the act.
H feels, he says, that apeclflc recom
mendations from him at this time might
be construed as an attempt to Influence
the court. ,
HILL EXHIBIT CAR SUNDAY
Great Northern Will Se(f Its torn
Show Display at Thirteenth
Great Northern exhibit cars for the Corn
show will be sidetracked at Thirteenth and
Jones streets during the exposition and will
be open to the public during the regular
hours of the show. The cars are due In
Omaha Sunday, December 5. One Is at
present on exhibition In ii,a and the other
has been making a tour of Nebraska,
E. C Leedy, the Great Northern repre
sentative In charge of the railroad ex
hibit at the show, Is now looking after
the Installation of the exhibit. He is stop
ping at the Henshaw.
Cut Glaus FRENZER ISth and Dodge.
E. L. Tower. 3010 Chicago, frame dwell.
Ing. $2,500; L. Sabro, 114 North Ninth,
brick addition to store,' $1,000; Petro
fa scaie. 4ici turning, ii.ow.
On Both His Legs Scratched Until
It Bled Lasted Nearly Two Years
in Spite of Doctor's Prescription
-and Neighbors' Advice.
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who gave me a pro-
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y ay or so but arter
N f ' wards it would be still
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of this salve I tried several other rem
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advised using sulphur and lard but it
was all fruitless.
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for some Cutioura Soap, Cuticura Oint
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cured, after suffering for nearly two
years. I shall be glad to write to any
one who may be Interested in my cure.
Carl Haldeman. Marshall, Wis., Octotwr
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