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THH UKVr. OMAHA. FRIDAY. MAIICII 18, 1910.
MTT FHOFETIT V rOH BAI.R.
tt.trtln Bwiii wa have tl Iota toxin,
oh with two gnod l-ronm houae.
fin wall. ntstern and pump tn each
house, barn, rhlrken house, shade
and only A blocks to car, an op
portunity for a horre and to nuki
money, good Itrmt, good reasons
for s-ll!ng, aH quickly.
13 4YO Nenr and Wirt Kta.. elegant
new hour. 7 rooms and rc hall,
at riot ly modern, oraiant walks, oloa
to car, first time offered for sale,
and somebody la going to get a good
Birkctt & Tebbens,
422 Bra Bld(. Phones Doug. 4754. A 17M.
A FINE HOME
SULPHUR SPRINGS, $4,000
On Spencer street. Just east ef Rhermsrt
avenue, wa bava Jia Hated a very com
plete home. Uas ban built three years,
The btwmint la very fin with full, brick
foundation, cemented floor, laundry sink,
coal bine, ate. A vary rd furnace. Thf
flrat floor liaa larva screened front porch,
nlea reception hall, parlor, dining room
and kitchen. On tha sevnnd floor thero arc
three vary nice bedroama and bath room
Uond plumbing flxtiiion, Tha roam a on the
first rioor ara decoraud with expensive
paper, liaa alarm windows throughout and
screen complete for all window and doom.
Haok yard la fan cad; ha beautiful shade'
tree and fin lawn, cement walk, Tula
la ono-half block from oar and ha nlr
homes all around. Full lot, VMM fee.
This haa baan kept In tha vary baa; of
condition by th awnar and will make
flna homa for you. About ll.WO cash re
quired. NOliRIS & MARTIN,
Ioug1aa 477 ta lira Building.
GOOD BUILDING LOTS
$350 to $000
North front Ma on Webster Avis, be
tween fnh Ava., and S7th. Vkh city water,
1.160; with oity water and sidewalks, i7(i.
Hav ona on tha iiuiio street Juat west of
IHh for 1460. Terms, tlO cash; 110 per month.
nu4 for a flna lot on ZW 8t., Juat north oi
Brown, has cltv wafer.
I'OO for two rholc BO-foot lot on tfith Ava,
One-half block north of Fort St. Hava city
watar, aawar and gas.
SOO for two choice BO-foot lola on North
Vh St.. between larimore and Fowler.
Paving all paid. IT ava aawer, city watar
1.a for four oholeo lota on North th
PL, juat north of El) toon Ava., oloaa to
school and ear Una.
M'6 for a rholca lot on Purflfti Ava.,
feotween Mth and Kth Pta. Haa city watar,
ewor and sidewalks.
4141 for a largo lot an north ana Ave., Juat
outh of Hlnney St. Haul city wmtar, aawar,
r and biiok aldaa-lka.
Too will find that w alwxya hava tha
baat Ht of low prtoed lota thM can be bad
n cay payenanta.
HAHTINU A HBTDEN, ll Hmrnry 8t.
New Six-Eooin Homo, $2,550
Big Bargain, $550 Cash
TlacapGlon hall, parlor, living- room and
dlnlnn room, with bay window;, kitchen
pantry, three) bedroom and bath; brink
foundation: full cement b axemen t, ooal
blna, lanndry room and fumaoe Outside
an trance to basement. Cemrat wmlkB In
front af and around tha hansa. House
papered throufrhoat and naver haa been
occupied. RouUi front, lot SDxlM, threa
klocka from oar. Honn could not ba du
plicated for laaa than tt.aot. If you have
bean looking for a SNAP, loae no tlma
In 'phanlnc IW6.
ABBOTT RKALTT CO.,
CARL E. BOLEN, MGR.,
- 411-415 Brandela Bids.
The Western Real Estate Co.,
ROOM 411, KARBACH BIXXIK. COR.
1STH AND DOUGLAS BT8.
Thonea: Bell. Red 3607; Independent 3645.
We want offers an following:
l-room, modern but haat, 1S02 N. 2Sth St.
I- room, part modern, 1815 Brsklnu St. Price
17-raom. part modem, 1534 N. ISth St Price
II- Toom. part modern, ISfO N. Mth St. Price
l-rooni. 286 Plnkney St. Price I1.S0O.
-rcora, modern, 4S29 Capitol Ave. Price
E-roora, part modern, E304 Grand Ave. Price
C-room. part modern, Beneon, 820 N. Bur-
nam St Price $1,800.
0 N. 41jst Ave., l-room, part modern. Prioe
- v w tin, rm I v iuvuvi IS riHO
14 K. 43d St, 7 rooms, modern. Price $3,000.
.Vacant lot lots, Fairfax Add. Price $TO0.
Three lots near Krug Park. Price $200 each.
Two loti, Kth and Lake. Price $6T0 each.
Lot near 40th and Farnam; Price $3. M0.
Lot, Mth and Davenport Ste. Price $00.
Call and aea other bargains.
NORTH 38TH ST. HILL
Excellent ' locations, east fronts on 3Rth
St.; nothlnf better In Omaha; high and
wide view; $100 per ft.
W ft. east front, 88th Ave., treei, walks
and paving paid: $0 per front ft.
Cheap lot S blocks from above, SO ft .
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE 00.
1001 $-4 N. T. Hfe. Doug, or A-M53. .
FINE 9-ROOM HOME
S. W. COR. 22D & .LAKE
Thla has been a home for years and la a
well built house. The rooms are all large
and well finished throughout. The street
haa been paved on both sides. Owner has
decided tn make a very low price in order
to make a quick sale. A & or (-room cottage
will be taken In trade on the property.
There Is room on the rear end of the lot
for a .double br!:k flat-fronting on Lake
St. You can go direct to the house and
look through, or If you will call at out
office we will be pleased to ahow you
through the house.
HASTINGS at HEYDEN. 1A14 HARNEY ST
A Bee Want Ad
sold a sewing machine for a
man the other day
when he was not able to give
None of his acquaintances
wanted one, none of the
buyer's acquaintances had one.
There you are.
You have done your best when
! ; you use a Bee want ad.
Everybody reads Bee want ads.
f ITT rHOPr.nTV rOH Uaf.K.
Iealraole l-room. all modern house, full
lot; fruit and shade, oholne looation. on
l tide, only tt.TM for quick lo. Ray
(4od d-rom. tnodern cottagn, nlcelv
terraced lot. nave.l street, well alluattd
nesr rth and I'avanport heduced to
1 i"'". Terms to suit.
RUSSELL & MpKITRICK CO.,
4X3 Ramge Rldg. llth and Harnay.
l.AROK oorner lot with T-ronm cottage.
cloa In, southwest cornar of ff.tli and
Charles Kta.j lot Is (ISVxlJO and is parked
about nine feet atra all anundi there la
room enough for two or three more hnuaea
on this lot faclrjf Charlee ft.) both streets
are tiaved and concrete aldewalks; fine
location for brick houeea or flat. Uaa
owner, W. H. Grlffllh. 2fJl Chitiago St.
Take tha West Hide Park car and look
at those five new cottages now being com
pleted on $5th St. between Martha and
Arbor, In Crelghton'a Klrat Addition.
These are modern and up-to-date, artistic
ally arranged and well built, oak and
maple floors, sanitary plumbing, large
attics and basements. Price. $2.fc"A 100
down, balance like rent. These houses are
all open Friday ar.il we Invite your In.ipec
Payne, Bostwick & Slater, .
Pole Agents, Ml N. Y. Life BIdg.
FARM AlfU n A ISC 11 I. AM fOH SALB
AND LAND SALE.
CHICAGO TO CALIFORNIA. $2S.M
Excursion train leaves March I7ta.
Rlcliest Caufarnia eucalyptus lloioer land
and early fruit lands, ah to be sold at
this stupendous sale. Great chance to get
a fortune budding fruit farm or timber
tract at low prtcea In Kern county. The
most wenderful proposition aver put to tns
people gulng to California. Writs today
for free beri.h reservation, full excursion
particulars, and free book to Porter Land
Co., 132 Orand Ave., Relnbeok, la.
ALBERTA WHEAT LANDS.
For sale, best Improved and raw wheat
lands up to KM.000 acres so bioo In the
bast pai l oi Southern Albsrta, $U per acre
up. All inquiries promptly answered. Hen
derson Sc. Iwiinkler, Ml Irst tit., West Cal
taiy. Ait a.
COLORADO IRRIGATED LAND.
IX AC REM HACIUF10iai.
I have M0 acres of fine land ona mils
from Brighton, county aeat of Adams
county. IX acres under ditch and In cul
tivation; flna alfalfa land; a sood portion
of balanoe coming under ahon, balanae ail
fine corn land. This land for quick sale
I will offer for short time at V par sore,
one-third down, balance five yearly pay
ments. If you want good land at one-half
I la real value, buy this aulck.
C. C. COLE. Urigoton, Colo.
FOR SALE Fruit lands at farm prices.
In ths Arkansas VaHey, between Canon
City and Pueblo, Colo., from $7.60 to $26
per acre. A fortune to be made In buy
ing large tracts and retailing. Orchards In
Canon City, at the entrance of Royal Gorge
are valued at ISO to $1,500 per acre. Come
aut and be convinced. Sam Brown, Jr., aV
Son, 324 Central Block, Pueblo, Colo., or
(13 Main 8t, Canon City, Colo.
70.000 acres of Irrlgatadjand; 71,009 acres
sold since last March. $50.00 an acre with
a perpetual water right Easy terms. To
be advanced $10.00 an acre May 1st. The
most attractive Irrigated, project ever de
veloped. Is located In tha tian Luis Valley
of Colorado. .
COSTILLA IRRIGATED LAND CO.,
No. 1S34 Champa Street, Denver, Colo.
AND A FLORIDA FRUIT OR
TRUCK FARM. IS YOURS
Own a Drofltable fruit CiT troelr fa rrr tn
Florida's best farm district and pay for It
with little monthly Bavlngs. By Intensive
farming, with no previous experience, you
can make It yield as much as $3,000 a year.
This prolific land will grow from three to
five crops each year, with a profit of from
$100 to $x00 an acre. Land will raise sweet
Potatoes, Irish potatoes, Bermudas, celery,
lettuce, cabbage, tobacco, tomatoes. n.
nuts, pecans, strawberries, oranges, figs.
ctpra, nur, oats, conon, com, sugar cane
besides being Ideal for stock, dairying,
bece and poultry. Near big markets; three
railroads; eight minutes from Lake Cltv;
j1 miles from Jacksonville In the estab
lished profit belt. Climate Is fine, water
pure health, freah air and sunshine
abound; beautiful lakes, fishing and hunt
ing galore. This Is one of the few in
stances in which good land can still be
procured at a low price. Lake Cltv Board
of Trade, mayor, bankers, congressmen
and farmers will vouch for our statements
regarding this beautiful land. The price of
this land Is $25 per acre, but this allot
ment will be sold at $15 per aere, cash or
little monthly payments. It can t last long
at that price. Write now for maps and a
truthful and honest report about thla land
and Its possibilities. Columbia-Florida
Land Co., 349 Times BIdg.. St. Louts, Mo.
FOR SALE Florida Colonisation lands.
57.000 a., transportation; 20,000 ready for
w .000 a., transportation; In flowing well
as.OCO a., all ready for plow; best Invest
ment In state.
50.000 a., on two railroads; very fine lo.
26,KK a., east coast, timber and land; pro
fit In these properties. J. H. Jones, Or
FOR SALE In Du Page county eight
f.iiniK. vtcanl and nproved. from S4 to
U acres each; prices from $100 to $500 per
acre. Tracta near Wheaton for subdivi
sion. Blocks and vacant lots. Newton E
Matter, Wheaton Real Estate Information
bureau, WbuRton, 1.1.
REAL ESTATE '
FABM A.ID n.A( II XANO FOR MLE
llllaols ( oatlaaed.
FOR SA1J0 Great Hn Jcaauln valley
Cal . 4,000 acres, 0 per aora, l.00 acre
tracts; write for particulars. It F. Stwuk
ton Co.. klaywood. III.
FOR SALF: 807 seres 4 mile from
state cspltol building at Jackson. Mis..
160 In cultivation. 160 virgin timber. 200
switch cane: an Ideal dairy farm or splen
did Investment: 137 airs; half cash. U.
U Tabor, iiarlvllle. III.
FOR SALE Modern chicken farm. 34
acres; bulldlnci, yards, Incubators, etc;
to handle 10.0W or more chickens; all kind
hade and fruit trees; good house, furnace
heat; lonatetl near Aurora, on main auto
meblte road. Ssrrlfioe price. $11000. W. L.
MoParren. n Fox St., Aurora, III.
FOR SALE IS acrea, $l.r.00; 1C0 acrea,
$(.600; good soil and linproveniente; fruH,
timber! 00o fare, 14 Mitsner. Valparaiso,
FOR SALE. KENT AND EXCHANGE
A few poultry, truck ond grain
farms; bargains; scr.ie with stork and
tools. Newton Uroa., Knox, Indiana.
FINELY IMPROVED FARMS,
$20 PER ACRE
All rented, paying Trom 10 to 32 per cent
rent. Best alfalfa In. the world. Easy
terms. If not ss represented, will return
NOiVATA LAND AND LOT CO..
$14 S. T. Life BIdg. "Phone Red 1J93.
FOR SALE-80 acrei. fine buildings;
fruit; $4,000, down $uu, balance to ault.
40 acres, good bonne and barns, near
our town; $1.I0; down $400, balance to uli.
44 aores, fine buildings, fruit; $2,340;
down $600, balance IM monthly. Pryor,
FOR SALE Desirable farm, 37 acres,
convenient to railway atatlon, suitable for
fruit dairying or poultry farming; good
buildings; U-aut stream; $2,000. J. C. Bis
hop. Dowsglac, Mich., R. D. No. 3.
100 IMPROVED farms In central Minne
sota; all sices; cheap prices; easv terms;
always a good title; write for land list No.
49; mention this paper. C. D. BAKER,
Fergus Falls, Minn.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE, for SO
acres of Minnesota land, well located, a
complete rug works, with modern ma
chinery; coat $2,200. C. Racine, Cedar
FOR SALB Land and Improved farms.
Best Southeast Missouri land and farms,
forty to 600 acres; from $16 to $4$ per acre;
easy terms. Write and tell us what you
want. We can suit you. Booklet free. F.
Oram Realty Co., Neelyvllle. Mo.
FOR SALE 1,000 acres prairie land In
Mississippi; apiary, 600 colonies; suitable
for alfalfa, corn and cotton; 160 acres In
Johnson grass hsy; place will earn $5,000
to $8,000 annually; looated Immediately on
trunk line railroad; well stocked and im
proved. Address Walter Weaver, Colum
LA ROM tracts of 1,000 to 20,000 acres
suitable for eolunlxatlon or a good invest
ment; located in South Mississippi on tha
Gulf af Mexico. This Is excellent land for
raising early truck and tbe famous paper
hell pecans; fine transportation facilities;
price $6 to $7.&tt per acre; terras. Enter
prise Lumber Co., P. O. Box 467, Gulfport,
FIVE) acres of orchard, $400 per acre;
tended for threa years; no Interest; no
taxes; no water assessments. Write' today.
Clarke Fork Orchard Co., Laurel, Mont.
FOR SALE 33,000 acres In tracts of 140
acres for sale In the famous Musselshell
valley, Montana. -Write ' for olrculars.
Munger-Corry Land Co., Shawmut, Mont
FARM RANCH BARGAINS
2,800 ACRES Improved Nebraska farm
ranch land, In square block; fenced and
cross-fenced; sheds, barn, fi-room house
In good condition, 2 wells; Ideal location, 'i
miles from railroad station, 6 miles from
county seat, Sheridan county; will sell on
time, $10,000 cash or security; act quick;
biggest snap In Western Nebraska. Call or
write George Caldwell, Rushville, Neb.
A GOOD BUY.
Account of change In plans, owner offers
half section of the fajnous Keystone Ger
man colony, Keith county. Neb.: abeut CO
acres under ditch, abundant water supply;
iuu acres ror dry farming, balance good pas
ture; small stream fed by springs; very
fine stock proposition; more pasture can
be had If desired; a good buy at $32.50.
. PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Telephones: Douglas 17S1; A-1188.
HALF SECTION Kimball county land, a
bargain; some Improvements. Address Y
221, care Bee.
BARGAIN SARPY- CO. FARM-124-ecre
farm; beet bargain in Sarpy Co.;
70 acres good corn land, balance 55 acres
mora rugged, but large timber and good
pasture land; fair Improvements, 4-room
house, barn, etc.; only $41.70 per acre, or
$5,176; only $1,875 cash, f800 In year, bal
ance $2,600 to suit. This Is a chance to gat
a snap. No bottom land In this. Should
sell this week; possession given; 26 miles
from Ho. Omaha market; 8ta miles to town.
Come at once If you mean business. Orln
S. Merrill, 3412 N St., South Omaha.
Must be sold on account of owner's
health; well Improved 320-acre farm 7Vi
miles from town; price, $35 per acre; easy
terms. J. T. Campbell, Litchfield, Neb.
FOR SALE Forced sale, 500 acres, mile
out; fine dairy farm; fenced; buildings;
$4,000; best stone quarry and sand pit in
Nebraska, netting big money; buildings;
this town growing fust; land worth $50
per acre; $12,000, half cash; terms. Ad
dress Owner, J. G. Hoye, Sidney, Neb.
$1 acres, adjoins station on main line Bur
lington, only 46 minutes' ride from Omaha;
almost level; will soon sell for town lota
Big sm.p at $5,100.
613 N. Y. L. BLDG., OMAHA. NEB.
The eyes of the world are turned towards
Where every farmer has a bank account.
Buy North Dakota land now while it is
cheap. Prices advancing by bounds.
We are offering bargains in small and
large tracts. Easy terms or crop payment.
Good markets and schools. Telephone and
rural delivery si:ce.
Write r Lets.
C. H. GILMORE & CO.,
BARTON, NORTH DAKOTA.
OUT THEY GO.
Get out of the ctowdnd cities and go
to Mandan, Morton county. North Da
kota, and buy land, only $25 per acre
for choice land, and raise dollar wheat,
two-dallar flux. oats, huy and .live stock!
You can buy land on payments. Good land
Is advancing in price and Tarm products
are high. Two new railroads are building
In this district. Get maps and facts from
Wm. H. Brown, Mandun, North Dakota,
or 131 I-aSalle St., Chicago. Illinois.
FOR SAI.ECheap, Irrigated lands In
tracts of lfiO acres to luu.uuo acres; also
grazing lands. Address, W. J. Cashln,
Evanston, V,ryo. '
tVe hava 100.(00 acrea of ehol-e land ta
elect from, ranging In price from $6 ta
$40 par acta. Thla land la In tha oil and
gaa district and you might gat an oil well
alih your land.
NOWATA LAND AND I.OT CO..
oulte t4 Nam York LKe Blag
FOR SALE Alfalfa farms, near $6.Ou0.O00
packing plants now building In Oklahoma
City. Writs Khuler, the Land Man, Okla
homa City, Okt
FARM AM, ..,t.. -A.,., KOR S A l.K
FOR SALE Florida land, at Orange
Mills, within 3H miles of Hastings, con
ceded to be the best farming district In
Florida and fatnoua for Irl.wh potatoes.;
can raise all kinds of vegetables; railrosj
station on ground; near beautiful (it.
Jolini tiver; arteslsn wells; adjoining Im
proved land selling for $150 to $300 per
cre. Price. 136 per acre, easy terms.
Write P. O. Bog 434, Daytbn, O.
FOR SALE Coos bay, Oregon's deep sea
harbor, now stands at tha head of '.he Met
of northwest opportunities Billions of fiat
of standing timber, mills, shipbuilding
planta and factories In operation and others
going up; 4K) square miles underlaid with
cnal; lumber St the manufacturer's price;
water transportation; excellent dairy, fruit
and garden land partly developed and
awaiting settlers; grass green the year
round. Truly a cow heaven. Equab'e and
delightful climate. Write for free booklet.
Hecretary Chamber of Commerce, Marsh
FOR SALE Million acres Texas school
land tar tale b ythe stats, $150 to $5 per
acre; only one-fortieth cash. 40 years'
on balanoe, $ per cent Interest; good ag
ricultural lands; some don't require resi
dence. Hend fiO cents for 1910 Book of In
structions, new state luw and description
of lunds. J. J. Snyder, School Land Lo
cator, ait Congress Ave., Austin, Texas.
Reference. Austin National Bank.
FOR FA LE Putnam. Texas on main
line of Texas & Paclflo R. P..; Ideal loca
tion for winter homes; best mineral water
In America; buy lots now; double money In
year. Write us Immediately for Illustrated
booklet and prices. Putnam Land and
Development Co., Fort Worth, Tex.
FOR SALE Farms and timber lands.
Improved and unimproved. $5 an acre and
up; rich land; heavy crops; healthy cli
mate) and happy fanners; colonial homes;
catalogue free, n T Wiillm A no.. 21
I N. 8th St., Richmond. Vfc
FOR SALE 105 acres, 26 of which are
in orange and grapefruit trees seven years
old, 00 aores of celery and vegetable land,
and balance In pine. Seven-room modern
houe In midst of grove and with neoessary
outhouses. Three miles from city of
Bradentown, Fla., and connected therewith
with hard murl roads. Only ona mile from
shipping station. J. W. White. Gen. Ind.
Aft, S. A. L. Ry, Norfolk. Va.
FOR SALE A location on Sarasota bay.
one and one-eighth mile water front, com
prising about 300 acres with modern mag
nificent homes and cottages. Accessible to
rail and water transpsrtation. Unoxcel'ed
for winter residence and the location not
surpassed In Florida. J. W. White Gen.
Ind. Aft. 9. A. L. Ky., Norfolk, a.
FOR SALE Small farms, easy terms, In
Virginia. Homes for millions on land on
which common sense farming will produce
phenemal yields of corn, wheat, tobacco,
alfalfa, oats, hay, etc.; truck, dairy,
and poultry farming pay handsome
profits; plenty of sunshine and rain;
no extremes , of weather; land here
will double In ' value In three yeara.
Send for booklet D, Chamber of Com
merece, Lynchburg. Va.
FOR SALE Small farms In sunny Vir
ginia In Piedmont section; common sense
farming Is producing wonderful yields; big
money In truck, dairy and poultry farm
ing; near markets;' finest fruit lands In
America; no cero weather or torrid sum
mer; abundance of rainfall; noted for
health; splendid educational facilities.
Send far booklet D, Chamber of Com
merce, Lynchburg, Va.
FOR Information and literature on farm
land and Irrigated fruit lands Idaho, Ore
gon and Washington o&ll on us, or write
us 332 Neville block, Omaha, Neb. Sher
wood Immigration CO.; J. W. Young, local
320 ACRES good, . level wheat land near
Othello; end ot C. M. A St. P. division;
ready for aowingFebruarys fenced; terms.
J. C. Macauley, natton, Wash.
i.-trf a -.
land In Vilas and
Oneida counties.,, wis. 40-acre tracts for
from $500 to VJiU,. on terms of $100 a year
or $10 a .month.-r, fro interest, no taxes, and
with an insurance iclause tn the contract.
We hava a few good log houses left which
we sell at cost on terms to suit. Writs for
book and maps to Dept 6, G. F. Sanborn
Co., Eagle River, Wis.
CHOICE agricultural lands, $10 per acre;
also lake shore property, three hours' ride
from twin cities) any size tract. 15.000 acres
to select from. Writ owner, Harry C. A.
Johnson. 226 falaae BIdg., Minneapolis,
Have you heard any or the land lectures
now being delivered at Lecture hall every
Tuesday and Friday evening?
These lectures should have a particular
Interest for all ' those desiring to better
their conditions. .
The subject Is) first: "Shall Wa Fortify
Against Future Need." Second: "How Can
This Be Done with Least Trouble and Ex
pense to Ourselves?"
The subjects are handled In a masterly
manner by Hon. T. J. Van Horn, who points
out an open road to a prosperous future
for the poor as well as the man of mod
erate means. You cannot afford to miss It
Come and. hear him. Free cigars and free
Come, let us reason together. Room 8,
upstairs, 1406 Farnam St., Lyle D. Tabb,
FOR SALE Idaho and Oregon yellow
filne limber land; also farm and ranch
and. Lucas Land company. Meadows,
Hogs Have Reached
and that means an added value to every
acre of land in Nebraska. Who is paying
for the pork roasts and pork chops?
The merchant, the preacher, the lawyer,
the clerks, the laborers, the carpenters, the
mechanics. Who Is hit the hardest? The
man who can least afford It, who is work
ing for someone else.
Who is making the money? Who Is
reaping the benefit'.' The farmer, of
course. Does It not occur to you, Mr. Con
sumer, that now Is a good time to get hold
of a piece of. land and raise your own pork,
and your own bread, your own potatoes
and cabbage and other vegetables?
Don't you know that the high prices of
provisions is sending lund higher every
day? Get a piece of land, and GET IT
If you have a piece of city property
which you are waiting to sell, do not wait
any longer. Come In and see us and we
will discuss a plan for selling your city
property and finding you a good farm in
the North Platte Valley.
We have some farms In the Platte
Valley, "America's Valley of the Nile,"
that will make a man a comfortable living
and grow in' value not less than $5 per
year for the next ten years.
BIS A PRODUCER, NOT A CONSUMER.
Don't spend every cent you make In buy
ing grub, but begin NOW to produce the
stuff ottler people want and must have.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO,.
S. K. Corner 15th and Farnam Hts.
"Manless Ind for
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONEY TO LOAN Payna Investment Co.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. D. Wood.
Wead BIdg.. tain and Farnam.
LOWEST RATES Bemu. Brandela Bid
WANTED City toons and warranto. W.
rarnam Smith A Co., IXa) Farnam bu
REAL ESTATF LOANS
FIVK T.K f'KNT MONET
o !oan on
Omaha business property.
THOMAS B KEN NAN.
Room 1. New York Life mdg.
OARVIN BROS.. Jl N. T. Life, $V ta
fTOO.W on Improved property. No delay.
$600 ta $t.0n0 nn homes In Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Fstate Co.. lOeJ N. Y. Life. Douglas
or A ll&X.
I.OANS to home owners and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
W. H. THOMAS.
503 First National Bank BIdg.
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
$, and T-room nouses. If prices are right
wo can sell your property for ynu.
NOWATA 1 AND AND LOT CO..
Suite 434 N. Y. Life BIdg.
FROM owner. Strictly modern resldenoe,
I or more rooms, large lot location near
West Farnam, Harney, Douglas, Bemla or
Hanscoin park. Would consider double
heuse. Give full particulars. Address M
At T I. I V TIC K 1 nl nmnMtV
ranches and small farms for sals or trade
for eastern properties and collections, w
H. Purdy, Broker, Greeley, Cola.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of exchanging
property. HARRY H. CULVER, Suite ftW
and 810. N. Y. Life BIdg.. Omaha.
$3,300 equity tn good lnoome property In
eastern Nebraska town for olaar western
land or will take touring oar In first clasa
shape part payment. Address Y 314 Boa.
O. A. LINIKJUEST CO.. CU PAXTON BLK.
MAX MORRIS. 301 BROWN BLOCK.
QTQrnTf,'Pr Young men's faahlenabla
01,;3J-ii-a- tailor. 411-16 Paxton Blk.
RUFFNER TAILORING CO.. 4 & 15th st
V TATTHTTRM Sult" a u- Kru
V. iii.UllLtiilN theater Building.
SKILLED labor oommands high wages
and good craftsmanship Justifies it Sea
J. A. KERVAN, 08-510 Brandela BIdg.
HARRY MARTIN, R. . U. 8. Bank B14U.
WANTED TO BUY
BALTIMORE 2d -hand store pays best prioe
for 2d -hand furniture, clothes, etc D. 4240.
BEST price pstd for second-hand furni
ture, carpeta, clothing and aheea, 'lal
Second hand clothing, party, afternoon
dresses. John Feldman. D 312S. Ind. A-JMt
SECOND-HAND roll-top oak desk, about
48 to 62-lnch size. E. B. Cannon, Tabor, Ia.
GOOD PRICE for aeccnd-hanu clotna,
ahoas and furniture. HttLNER. Daug. 6l
JUST opening business; highest price
paid for furniture and stoves. D. 155.
A-4358. Now York Repair shop, 1117 Dodge,
BE8T PRICES paid for serond-hand fur
niture, carpets, stoves, olothes. shoes. Tel.
kARXHD second-hand safe. Phone Douglas
wTC ANTED-Used shelving. Address A. A.
Miller, Soutli Omaha, 'Phone South 600.
WANTED TO RENT
CENTRALLY lscated reemlng house or
furnished flat Might buy if price 1b right.
Nowata Land and Lot Co.,
624 New York Life Gldg. Tol Red 199$.
We Are Getting Numerous Calla
for houses, all sizes. List with us.
. Nowata land a lot co..
tmi m. x. oiag. ttea 1SW,
WANTED to root modern, well fur-
rlehed house, one year or longer, from May
Address G. W. Updike, . 70S Brandela
RANTED By young man. place to work
for board while attending lioyles' college
WANTED-, Position as office assistant to
physician and surgeon. One year's hospital
experience in St. Luke's, Chicago. Best of
references. Phone Harney 150S.
LADY Unexperienced, would like position
as stenoeranher. JC. v. R siso Meredith
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Real estate transfers for March 17, 1910,
furnished by the Midland Guarantee and
Trust company, bonded abstracters, 1714
Farnam St. Tel. Doug. 2865:
Frederick R. Walter and wife to Car
rie M. Wilson, undivided half of
West 66 ft of south 148 ft. of lot
11, block 1, Park Place $ 1
John Strlbbllng and wife to James
Strlbbllng and wife, w of lot 193,
Florence ... 2,500
Ralston Townslte Co. to Anna Suydl,
lot 13, block 9. Ralston 175
John B. Ruth and wife to David C.
Dodds, lots 4 and 6, block 98, Dun
Otto T. llaschke to Louise F.
Raschke, lots 364, 353 and 856, Ken
Kenwood Realty Co. to O. T. Raschke,
lots 354 and 356, Kenwood 285
James E. Riley to John B. Riley, lot
21. J. E. Riley's sub 2
Josephine Lowry to John Trench, lot
3, block 9, Clifton Hill 2,000
Thomas J. O'Nell and wife to A. F.
Beavers, sw of sec. 10-14-12 30,000
Wilson F. Graham and wife to Harold
Gifford, lot 19, block 1, Moea' sub. 300
James W. Murphy to John Casey, let
13, block 91, South Omaha 1,700
L. H. Davis to Anna M. Howe, lot
6, Kelley's add 1,100
The Cox Realty company to John
W. Rockow, east two-thirds lots A
and B. . Kellom's 26,000
Sherman It Cox to John W. Rockow,
Jacob Vollmer and wife to H. D.
Brown, lot 5, block 4, Patterson
Ed J. Cornish and wife to city of
Omaha, part of neVi and sw!4 of
ne4 of nw of sec. 1-15-13 1
I. Friedman and wife to George
Dwyer, south 22 ft. lot 4, block 122,
city ) 12,500
A. L. Patrick and wife to George
Dwyer, lot 32, except east 40 ft.
block 6 3,603
Western Furnace and Foundry com
pany to Interstate Investment com
pany, lots 13, 14, 15 and other lots,
Mock 3. East Omaha 1,600
W. H. Ahtnanson and wife to John
O. Drlscoll, east 19 ft. of north 88 ft.
lot 27 and other lots, Luke & Tern
pleton's add 2,176
Frank Kubln and wife to Marie
Heahels. lots 8 and 9, block 4, Potter
& Cobb's add 1,500
C. Landen and wife to John T. Wolfe,
lot 17. block 6. Shrlver Place 1
C. J. Boyd and wife to Gale Beck
wlth, lot 10. block 8, Clifton Hill.... 2,600
I. Smith and wife to Charles F.
French, lots 8 and 9, Remington's
E. R. Hume and wife to H. P. Bergo,
lot 21. Kempton Heights 200
H. I'. Bergo to Martha Snell, same... 1.8U0
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET.
1NG OF THE PAFICIC EXPRESS COM.
The stockholders of the above named
company having failed to hold their annual
n ej-ting, notice is hereby given that I, the
undersigned president of said company
hava. pursuant to tha by-laws of said com
pany, called a mealing ot tha stockholders
of said company, to be held at the general
office of said company. No. 1401 Harney
street in the city of Omaha, state of Ne
braska, at 11 o'clock a. m. on Monday
March 28, 1910, for the election of direc
tors and tha transaction of such other
business as may comt before the meeting
and you are notified that such meeting
will be held at sue'.i tlma and plaee for
said purpoaas. JAMES EGGLE3TON,
President the Paclflo Express Company.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS We have
4K0.O00 yards exceptionally fine machine and
fi ratio work to sublet tn Wyoming. Hur-
lingtun transportation. For further particu
lar adnresa MacArthur rtrotners company,
Tliermopolls or Wollon, Wyo. Mltklit.
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
Ounrtarn aster. I hevenne, Wyoming,
March 14, 1H0. Sealed proposal. In tripli
cate, will be received at this office until
80 A. M. We-lnes'ley. April li 1910, at
which tlma they will be opened In public,
for tha construction, plumiilng. wiring (
electric motors and lights, electric fixtures,
furnishing and Installation of laundry ma
chinery and equipment, boiler, fe,l pump,
etc., for one (I) Loundry. Plans No. 34-H,
Fort D. A. Russell, Wyoming. Plans and
specifications for the Inspection of bidder
are on file In this office, aluj the offlceH
of the Chief quartermaster, Departirie.it
of tha Lakes, Chicago, Illinois; Chief
Quartermaster, Department of ths Mlnso irl,
Omaha, Nebraska; Chief (juartermaatar.
Department of the Colorado, Denver, Colo
raro; Depot Quartermaster, Si. Louis, Mis
souri, and the Secretsry of the Builders'
Exchange. St. Paul, Minnesota. Proposal
blanks and General Instructions to Bidders
may be had upon application to this office.
The Government reserves the right to ra-
iect any or ail bids or any part thereof.
)t.velopea containing proposals should be
Indorsed "Proposals for Laundry, Fort D.
A. Russell, Wyoming, to be opened April
IX 1?10." and addressed to V. K. Hart,
Captain 16th Infantry, Acting quarter
master, U. S. A., In charge of Construction,
Room 8, Keefo Hall, Cheyenne. Wyoming.
OFFICE OF TUB CONSTRUCTING
Quarterma'tor, Cheyenne, Wyoming. Feb
ruary 19, 11. Sealed proposals In tripli
cate, will be received at this office, until
9:30 A. M., Mountam Time, Monday, March
$1, 1910, at which time they will be opened
In public, for the construction, etc., of the
following publlo buildings at Fort D. A.
Russell, Wyoming, vis: (1) For construc
tion, plumbing, beating, electrlo wiring and
eleotrio fixtures, for two (J) Quarters for
Field Offioers, Plans No. 2.S6-A; 12) for con
struction only of two tf) Band Stands.
Plans No. 64-B. Plans and specification
for the Inspection of bidders, are on file
In this office, al-o the offlcu of the Chief
Quartermaster, Department of ths Colo
rado, Denver, Colorado, office of the Chief
Quartermaster. Department of tha Missouri,
Omaha, Nebrsnka, and the office of th
Secretary ef tha Builders' Exchange, Ht.
Paul, Minnesota. Proposed blanks and
General Instructions to Bidders may be
had unon application to this offloe. The
Government reserve the rlRht to reject or
accept any or all bids or any part thereof.
Envelopes containing propose! should bi
Indorsed "Proposals for construction, etc.,
of publlo buildings, Fort 1). A. Russell
Wyoming, to be opened March 21, W0.'1
and addressed to V. K. Hsrt, Captain loth
Infantry, Acting Qusrtermaster, IT. S. A..
In charge of Construction, Room 3, Keefa
Hall. Cheyenne, Wyoming.
F-21 23-24-25 M-18-1
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE IS
hereby given that sealed bid will be re
ceived by the Board of District No. 4J,
Osmond, Pierce County, Nebraska, for the
erection of a publlo school building In said
district. Plans and specifications may be
seen at the office of B. S. Leodom. Osmond,
Nebraska, or at the office of J. R. Smith,
architect, 806 Gsnter block, Lincoln, Ne
braska. All bids to be In by Friday,
March 25, 1310. Board reserves right to re
ject any and all bids. Signed. B. S. LEE
DOM. President, GEORGE SENIFT. Sec
RAILWAY TIME CARD
lNIUN f rATION Tentn and lltisa.
Balosi Pool f I a
Ban Fran. Ov'rl'd Ltd.
Chi. A Jap. F'st MaU.
$11 a. m.
4:10 p. m.
11:30 p. m.
6i46 p. m.
t:4S a. m.
1:30 p. in.
s:40 p. nj.
13:99 a. ro,
:M p. m.
4:45 p. us,
10:a a. ta.
1:30 p. in.
I M 9. in.
Oregon Express .,
Denver Special ,
Colorado Express ....
North Plato Local....
Grand Island Local...
VaL A Can. City Lei-
. 4.09 p. m.
11:41 p. tn.
, $ :69 p. m,
, $16a. m
, $: p. m.
.11:41 p. Id.
,13:41 p. ta.
Chicago, Hock Islaue A Paelflo
Rocky Mountain Ltd. ...a 1:40 am aI0:30 pra
Iowa Local a 4:30 pm
Chicago Day Express.. a 6:88 am
Des Moines Looai a 4:00 pin' all:W pro
Iowa Local bl0:M am b 9:66 pra
Cfalcago-Eastara Exp.. .a 4-40 pm a i:l pra
Chicago-Nebraska Ltd. a 0:08 pm a 8:02 am
for Lincoln a 8:25 am a i:47 pn
Colo, and Cal. Exp a 1:26 pa a 4:30 pro
Okla. and Tetas Exp.. .a :K ptd ' a 1:60 pm
Rocky Mountain Ltd...al0:40 pm a 1:2s as
C lease A NortSi vreatera .
Omaha Express u 1:00
Chicago Local aU:tx
Colorado-Chicago a t:zv
aU:3$ a is
a $:xs pra
CDicago bpeclat a :W
Pacific Coast-Uhlcago...a t:6
les Limited. ...a :ll
Loi Angeies juimuea
a t:u aa
.in $ w
Fast Mail a-
Twin City Kxpreaa a J:W
Sioux City Local... a :4
MInu. A Dakota Kxp...a J;W
i'win City Limited. a 9:00
Llccoln-Chadron a 7:50
Nortolk-Bonatelt A J:6u
Long Ploe-ao. platte.. .b 3:16
Hastings-superior b 8:15
Deadweed-Hot bpgs a $:3
Cavper-Landsr a (.16
Fremont-Albion ,..b 6:40
am al0:30 pn
pw a M p-i
pm a am
ta a ata
all .-09 ara
b :jv pm
a 6, hi pm
Leave. ' Arrive.
Chicago Express a 7:00 am a 9.46 pro
Chicago Limited a 1:00 pm a 1:46 am
Minii.-bt. Paul Exp....b 7:00 am
Minn.-St Paul Ltd i i:l pm a 'i :46 am
Ouuha-Ft Dodge Loc.b 4:16 pm bU:3 am
K. C. and St. L. Ex. ...a 3:40 am a :3I ara
K. C. and bt L ffix.
tlv Sat 12 p. m ..all:I6 pm a 6:30 pm
lUicouu, Alilwookoo A St. Panl
Overland Limited aU:43 pm a 1:00 am
Gmaha-Cbtcago nlap....a 1:1a am a 9:80 am
Colorado tipecial..., a 7:ti am aU:33 pro
Colo.-cauioima asp a t.vu pm a put
Perry-Omaba Local b 6:1ft pw bll.ui pa
Chloage Great W eater it
Chicago Limit a 1:0$ pm
i'win City Limited a :m pa a .o am
Chicago aixproaa t:ii
Twin City ikxprooa a :eo am a V:ou us
Omaha-St Louis Exp.. a 4:30 pro a 1:26 am
Mail and Express a 1m tun alia Ia
btanberiy Local ilrora
Council Blurrsj b 6:00 pm bl0:li am
WEBSTER STATION Flfteastta and
Caieago, Ml. P
Eloux City Express b 3.00 pm bll.Uam
Umaha Local 0 11:3) pm
'-' u i:w nm
'iwln City Paaoeimer
bioux uy i-oci
Uarllagton Leuva. Arrlv
Denver and California. .a 4:10 pm a 3 4i pre
Puget Bound Express. ..a 4:10 pm a:Kipui
Nebraska points a 8:20 are aG:10pm
lilaok HlUa a 4:10 pm a 6.10 pm
Northwest Express all:2jpm a 7:00 am
Nebraska poiuis a S.JO am ab:l0pru
Lincoln Mail bl.Zupm aU lipio
Nebraska Kxpreaa i:unni a 6 :10 pm
Lincoln lxical b B:os am
Lincoln Local a 7:26 pm a 7. W pin
BChuylei-Platlamoutb ..b 3.03 pm bl0:-'0iiin
Plattamouth-luwa a 0:18 am a :60 am
bellevue-PiuttsmoutU ,.aU:30piu a 2:40 pm
Colorado Limited all:26pm a 7:00 am
Chicago Special a; :1a am allOopm
w v nrvll .........a i:iMuni '. .
l, 1,!.. B " r - -.w. jiii
Chicago Fast Lxptes...a C.JO pin a 8:00 am
Iowa Local..... r.ia am aiu:30am
Creston-lowa Local a.30pm al0:20m
c. . i K.TDrcsA a 4:30 Dm all-,,
K.' C. and St. Joseph. .. .al0:45 pm a 0:46 am
K. C. and ot. juaapu....a . am a 4:10 pro
K. C. & St. Joseph...... 4. SO pin -
All Modern Safety Bevloes (Wireless, ate.)
London-Pa ris- Hamburg
Pretoria, April t, 11 a. at. Pres. Llnrola, April 11
Ksls'a Am Vic. April II 'lnrlnnall April ti
Orel ill'w... April l Amerlke April lo
Bluecher April 111 Pree. Urant Mar 4
Klu-Carlton a la carta Reetearan!
Haaabvra- alrecu New.
TKA VgL&Kf CHBCKS ISSUED.
Teanet bapc lor Tripe gerirbera,
Bamburg-Aaiairioaa 1.1ns, 4S 'way, If. T.
4s looal etgsnta.
Crown Prince Opens
Exhibit in Berlin )
Ambassador and Mrs. Hill and Mc,7
Persons Trominent in German T
Society Attend. V
BERLIN, March 17. -Crown Prince Fred
erick Wlllkun today opened the American
Art exhibition. Ho came with a largo staff
to the galleries of tha Royal Academy,
where several hundred persons distin
guished In the official, artistic and social
life of Berlin awaited the prior view by
royalty before having their own enjoyment
of tha pictures. American Ambassador
Hill and all the other members of the
American embassy, except Secretary Ira lu
M. Laughlln, who has been called home by
the death of a brother, were present, with
their wives. Others attending the opening
were American Consul General Thackara.
Chancellor von Bethemann-Hollweg, Prln
oeos Frederick Leopold of Prussia, Min
isters Trott Zu Pols Mydow and Delbruock.
Colonel Ernest von Etiel, formerly military
attache at Washington, and Pr. Theodore
Lewald, German commissioner general to
the Pt. Louts exposition.
Ths crown prince pa'sed through the gal
leries leisurely, examining each of the KY
numbers and frequently remarking on tho
technique, beauty or Interest Inspired by
the subjects. He said he wished he could
take several of the pictures home with
him. He spent some moments in conversa
tion with Abrnafsador and Mrs. Hill, and
also took occasion to thank Hugo Relsln
ger of New York for Ms work In arranging
the exhibition. Oarl Mclcher's portrait of
Theodore Roosevelt appeared to have espe
cial Interest for the crown prince, who
stood before It a long time. The group of
Whistler's works also held Ms close atten
Demand for Rabies ,
New Orleans Will Import Another
Carload of Infants from
NEW ORLEANS, March 17. The deman 1
for babies here has reached such propor
tions that . It Is feared there Will be a
serious shortage In the supply. A carload
of babies from tha New York. Foundling
and Orphan asylum was given away here
last week. Many Women clamored for
babies In vain, and so numerous ara the
applications that tho Institution has de
cided to send another carload of infants to
DISCOUNT RATE IS ADVANCED
Directors of Bank of England Raise
MlnJmom front Tareo to
Four Per Coat.
LONDON, March 17. Ths directors of tha
Dank of England at their weekly meeting
today raised tha minimum rata of dis
count from I to 4 per' cent This action -was
caused by tho 'continued foreign demands
for gold, which seriously depleted ths
ths bank's reserves. There are now nearly
$26,000,000 lower than at ths same time laat
year and further withdrawals of the metal
necessitated measures to lnoreaee tha
bank's holding. '
For some time India has been drawing
heavily sn the vallable supplies of gold
and considerable sums are still wanted to
move tho large cropa., In addition, to. this
demand there Is a large number-of foreign
Issues, Including a big delivery of American
bonds In exohange for British gold, to be
provided for. Forthcoming Internal mone
tary requirements atso demand the build
ing up of tho reserve.
It, Is quite usual for the bank rate to bo
advanced at this time of the year. No
doubt one of the chief causes therefor is
ths government's failure to collect taxes.
This made money so plentiful that it
weakened continental exohange on London
and made It easier for foreign marktta to
take gold from this center,
Annl versa ry at Departare of Brltlsa
Troops Observed with F.lab
BOSTON, Maroh IT. Evaouatlon rViy, the
184th anniversary of tho departure of 12,000
British troops Under General William Howe
from ths shores of South Boston, was cele
brated elaborately In that' section ot tha
city today. A large military, and civic
parade was ths spectacular feature of the
celebration. Richmond Pearson Hobson,
representative In congress from Alabama,
and General Isaac Sherwood were expected
guests of honor.
Evacuation day was observed with ap
propriato exercises in other parts off Til -ton
by fraternal organisations,' clubs and
Content Work a Shni Itann.
YANKTON, S. D., March 17. (Special.) J
This clty'k biggest Industry, tho Western '
Portland cement works, haa suddenly shut
down, after a visit of President W. W.
Planklnton of Milwaukee and other offi
cials, all of whom reside in Milwaukee.
Ths reason given Is that the method of
making the cement Is to be changed from
the "wet" to the "dry" process, something
contemplated for years, as wet cement
cannot be made in competition with tho
dry, although It is a much- better cement.
There are various rumors afloat, ono of
which Is that the plant, which cost about
$1,000,000 In the twenty years It has been
operated, has been sold to the Atlas cement
people, who were hers last year, ostensibly
looking for a site, and whloh took bit?
options on chalkrock land. Tho officials
absolutely refuse to say anything;
Missouri Rising at IMerre.
PIERRE, 8. D., March 17. (Special Tele
gram.) The Missouri river shows a stage
of about thirteen feet rise this morning
and Is yet slowly rising. The lower por
tions of Fort Pierre aro- flooded, hut not
enough to do any great amount of damage.
A report from Forest Cltv thla "morning
says the Missouri Is falling, while the
Little Bend river Is at a standstill. Prob
ably there will be another foot" rlso here
before the highest point Is reached.
Six Memorable Days at Sea
Maw York to HavrParla
Compagnia GeWrala .
Twin Straw press ate mar typifying la
every appointment ths haictit ot ocean luxury,
sail Tbure Jay a, 10 A. M. Ttaloi dlract to Pari or
other continental points. Every pro vlatoaf.. Wm
fork aod safety wireless, obmerlne ball aratero.
La Toaraloe, March 24 La I'rovenoe. April 14
LaSavoie. March 31 La Touralne, April 21
La Lorraine, April 7 La Lorraine. Mar 3
Additional salllnga at 2nd cabin price al tarn ata
Saturdays by popular ooa class cabin steamers
$43 lo to2.S0.
J. B. BtST-aTOLSg. I64M Varnam .
W. K. OOat, Age, O, a. Sj Bt. . Br.
X. a. SHIC1DS, . rarnajn at
LOUra Kgu, Mr, national Bank.
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