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THE P.KK: OMATTA. TIHinSDAVV MARCH 31. 1010.
F.tAL ESTATE ,4tri
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NEAT COTTAOIV-FINE LO
CATION. Stlnml Ft-, lot 4'xl?'); newly fpril;
lit mspi flooring; 're irnm; city
titer anil arns; fine rlslwrn; Jon cash;
r-sianc pami! us rnt; e cwvnet, 2U17
Miami PI. A bargain.
$3,000 WILL PAY $37 PER MONTH
Two houses anil full lot on 8. SBth St.;
II '") cash, balance easy term. Looks ail
r cht. don't M T
NOWATA LANf AND TOT CO.. .
C4 N. Y. Life IfHiS. Bed JS.119.
FA IllI AKO KA.SCIl UU FOR SAMS
TOU can't beU th! 120 ecrrm (rood orch
ard land In beautiful Ozarks, nnar famous
hearth resort, fur IC; timber on unoered
land worth twice the amount. B. J. Hose
water. Lureka fcprlngs, Arlc.
FOR BAI.K 240 acres two miles from
good railroad town of l.OOO population; Rood
erhnnls and churches; 65 crp choice creek
bottom In cultivation; 2.S'0 penoh trees on
blah around, full of bloom now; rood well
and fin running water; a Rood 7-room
frama house; land not In cultivation is In
tlmb'rr pasture; peaches hl or should
nearly pay for farm. This will sell on
rieht; price 18,000. L. L.. Borter, Horatio,
BARGAINS In Arkansas Landn 1W ticres
four miles from Wmt ork. Ark.; lu acre
In cultivation; t-room house; 3 acres In
orchard, bearing; fine location for chicken
and fruit farm; prlca 14 per acre cash. W.
8. Peyton, Htdf a. Ark.
f'On S'ALK Tmproved half-section farm
S miles from Wapella. Bask. Oood frame
buildings; 17 per acre; also rveral other
form properties from 15 to 135 per acre.
Write for list. H. 6. Zllwg, Wapella, fciaak.
ALBFRTA -WHEAT LAND!.
Kor sale. tet Improved and raw wheal
lards up to 1iM.0i0 aciee en bloo la the
best part of Pouihern Alberta. HJ per acre
up. All ir.nulrlea prorrrt'y answered. Hen.
Of if on St lllnkler, 814 First SI.. Weil. Cal
vary, Alia. ( 1 '
1 COLORADO LAND FOR SALE!
Abtut 10.640 acrea of good land, mostly
smooth end rolling, fine sail, to be sold In
one bedy, IS to SO miles east of Denver on
the Union Paclflo R. K- aouth of Watklns,
l'.ennett and fclraubur;. Tula tract lies
. close to above towna. The land Is all
fenced and many time cross-fenced. Other
In provementa:- Hotises, - barns, sheds, cor
ra.a, private telephone, etc. Good alfalfa
and iiuy land; also springs and other walar
int;. Extra good- proposition for aub
ciiv;d!nc or colotilalntr. No agents nee ao
piy. Buy direct from owner, NOAli CAtt,
04 Cleuaim Place, Denver, Coio.
BUY COLORADO FRTJIT- LAMDS Ten
per cent down, balanoe five years or more;
one crop of apploa pay for land; bent noil
and water rights; lund adjoin town of
CeilareriVa, famous Delta county, Colorado;
five or ten-acre tracts give you an Income
from J3.Oi0 to 15,000. for life. cnd for 11
UK v.' W. H. COLLINS,
33 S. Lincoln Ave,, Denver, Colo.
HOMES IN SUNNY COLORADO I can
li.cate you on a good 8)-acre homestead;
good w:ater and close to railroad; also a
few fine rellnyuiBhmenta for Bale cheap;
tome Bnapa in deeded land. II. E. HuBton,
tiusar City, Colo. . .
FINEIAV IMPROVED FARMS,
$20 PER ACRE
Ml renttd, paying from 14 to 12 pe? cent
tent. B t aiflfa in the world. Easy
term. If not a reprcsen:eiS4l will, revuro
i ur depends. '" ' ' ,
NO .V ATA LAND AND LOT CO .'
K4 N. V. Llf Bldg. , 'Phone Red 10DJ.
A SNAPi if .-taken quick, l.7 acre, Im
proved ranch, Logan county, Kansas. T.
F. French. Winona, Kan.
FOK SALE BT OWNER.
Well Unpi hulf section In. Thoma
couniv. Kansas. AUdres Lock Box SUM,
Purceli. Okl. '
FOR PALIO or exchange 0M1 acres In
eastern part of Kills county. Kansas, near
Russell county line; good wheat and alfalfa
Und; pkntv of water; price $U.W) per acre;
w.ir income property In eastern Kansaj
or Missouri. O. A. Higgin. Stockton. Kan.
FOR P ALB 4(0-acre farm In eastern
Kansas; l.u0 acrea cultivation, balance pas
ture and mow land; ii-story, g-room house;
bain MlxTiO; cornrrlb, granary, workshop;
W fruit treeo; cistern; 3-room tenant house;
barn; well watered; 3'i miles Qtienemo,
Kun.; the best barguln In eastern Kansas;
JiJ per acre. J. . W. Watklns, Quenemo,
FOR SALE A fine lunch, a real bargain;
owner mtiM have the, money to aave him
solf on miother and larger Investment; you
have to act this week; do not write letters,
u"t busy if you want lo make S2.",000 to
iO,000 in six months, sure as you go against
the game; use the long distance telephone
and prepare to itiveeiU-aie on the jump;
r-'qultes llS.nfiO to JlXJOoO cash on contract,
to .'5.0QQ on .delivery of the deed
wi'iln 90 davs; balance terms; I per cent
Interest; price, S70.?"0; worth IIW.0'1; 4.70
ocrrs; 89 per cent the flneot farmlntt land,
balance rolling and rough; about l.tkiO acres
inrter the plow, fenced and croas-fenced,
gm,d ranch Iniprovem'snts; 11-room house,
sheds, wells, windmills and sprlnps. This
is a good plice to f rtn or aundlvldn Into
smaller firmi and sell out, or a splendid
ranch and location to live; six mllea Iron)
the buildings to a town, four mllea from
the nearest point of the land to a town.
This rsn'-h Is in tli eastern part of Hodge
man county, Kitifti. surrounded bv well
Immoved farms and hlKh priced land; only
4') miles cast of It you cannot buy land for
Its than $-10 to Si0 per acre, Do not hesi
tate, mkc action. Call Main 1221. Bell tele
phone, KartfyiK t'tty,- Mo., and ak for the
pHllV WM(I I'MIl tH)H lMjr,illt'tt Ull tttlS V&ncll,
or c;ill PortT Young, Ureat Bend, Kan.
FARM LANDS FOR SALE New aouih
coin belt north Louisiana and south Ar
kansas; tracts from 40 to l.two acres. W.
St Cavett. Mireveport, La.
FOR SALE or trade 1K0 acres, relinquish
ment. In K:aiici valley, Torrance county,
New Mexico; deep soil; good level land;
33 to IS feet to water; some Improvements;
lv miles from wide-awaka town; price
$l,oM); would lake slock. F. Warnock, liol
S.; rr Acre
ho acn s, 'i nilles southeast Chadwlek,
Mo.: li orits In cultivation; M can be culti
:ittd; f'totl "spring. ol-I log house and
ualilt-; i. fenced; Korne locks; good grias
land; fruit laud.
o I'tr Acre
2wJ acres, 4 miles from Branson, Mo.; S
nilles trom (iretna. Mo ; fci acre hv been
cuUivslfd. trvj atiie- cu.li be cuiiivat-d; $ a'-i
Tor lug houses; S eprmjjs; Improvement
These and other tracts bourht at fore
Icwnre saieu. If ticy don't uit you write
w lint mi want.
M'. 11. SAN FORD. Springfield. Vie.
k unrt sciiin faim of 1 2i0 aires,
elicit lui-d, in iioi-UiMern
'a ci of ft. JoNj-pii, Mo.;
- 'l..inil.ifit, ni'Ver fulling
two R"od ralili'H'i
n:.r-l ail c-'ifh. five
'Kh and s'.Kht
i VV. l.uttit-il,
o- da It y.
: (,,, .
FnM am max it vam ron fAi'K
M I.vob rl 1 1 1 r d..
$1W WILL buy 40 acre. $5 down. IS
monthly; kih1 Hirmlng and timbered land
In south liisiouri, have , In nds In ten roun
big list. Address W. B. William,
Mount Vernon, 111.
FOB SALK-15 down, m-inthly. bnya
W acres good timber land nr Kwn, Tron
county. Mlaxiurl; Trie. I'4fl: ti iwrfrt.
Address It. C Jarrell, Lhluradi tprings.
10 seres, 1?6 mile southeast of Kansas
City; V aorwa In cultivation, balance timber
and arrays, ;l--room house, tw pood barna,
fine water, on public road, mile to chool
and church; only i,20, part cash, balance
aey; no trade.
?03-5 Fhilloy ltlilj;.. Kansas City. Mo.
D. F. Thomas, Sales Agent. Warsaw, Mo.
Must be rold on account of owner
health; well Improved SiO-acre farm 7
mllea from towt ; price, I ;5 per acre; easy
term'i J. T. Campbell, L,ltchfleUI. Neb.
IJVN'D buyers will busy themselves If
they will only ask Leander Clark of Kear
ney, Neb., for farm he haa for sale.
Ranch in Nebraska
i KrO acrea. a complete ranch, plenty
water, all eonA bulldlncs; owner 1 making
big money on rattle, but wishes to move
to the cltv In order to eret better educa
tional facilities for his children; price,
$"'000; cut Into i'iertr sections; this land
will soon sell at $1.1 per acre.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite 624 N. T. Life Bldg. Red 19M.
640 acres land In Kimball county, all
prairie. In (mod aarlcuif.ire district, nearly
ell can be farmed. Wheat on adjoining
land made 30 bu. per acre. Price, IIO.UO
per acre If taken at once.
C. C. CAMPBELL,
Elm Creek, Neb.
41 BUSHELS WHEAT LAND,
125 PER ACRE.
We own and control 20.000 acrea of Chey
enne county, Nebraska' choicest farm
land, now on the market. The heaviest
crop yielding county In Nebraska for ten
I years, alfalfa also a leading: crop. Ask
I for folder and full particulars. Ag-ents
wanted everywhere. Write for our propo
sition at once. Railroad fare refunded If
thlrrs not as represented, fundlngsland
at bevei son, Sidney, Neb.
Wt bate 1K.W acrea ef choice' lan t
aelect from, ranging In prlca from t
tQ per acre. TM Utna la la the oil and
gas district ana yov uiigut st an oti weij
with your land.
NOWATA LAJJn AND LOT CO,
liulta iit New Vorlt Life Bldg
IF you want a home In the great south
west, or If you want to Invest In a good
land proposition, see or write me. I have
the goods from town lota to 10,000-acre
tracts In Oklahoma and Texas. E. L. Fos
ter, 311 Culbcrtson bldg., . Oklahoma City
S3 ACRES GOVERNMENT LAND FRKE
Advantages of Oregon, a book of 32
pagea, explaining what each of the 84 coun
ties Is best adapted for; also the amount
of government land open to homestead on
a map 21x28, showing all new towns and
K. R., Including eastern and central Ore
gon and counties In different colors, drawn
down to Jan. 1, 1910; latest map In U. 8. A.;
also Rives homestead laws and cost of get
ting 1:20 or 1 acres, and a description of
the state of Oregon In general; mailed for
2ftc atainpa or coin. Nunnio & Runey, 13
Hamilton Bid.. Portland. Ore.
ATTENTION, BUYER AND HOMK-
, Deal directly with the man who' owns
the ranch. No oommlsiilon to Real Entat
Agents. I have 160 acre of land suitable
for any kind of fruit, two miles from boat
lai dlng.i on the Columbia, and the railroad
station. Good schools. Twelve miles from
a town of 8.000 people. All fenced;-running
water on It; five acres cleared land 'ready
to plant In trees and balance easily cleared.
Uood house, small barn. The timber on the
balance of the place will pay for the clear
ing. About & acres of meadow land; and
It's a snap for the party wanting a good
fruit ranch. Price, 175 00 per acre; part
cash and balance easy payments. Address
Victor Marden. The Dalles, Ore.
ONLY $16 PEE ACRE
0.2(0 acres wheat land, 6 to 13 miles from
main line Northern Pacific R. R. In North
Dakota. Good, smooth, tillable land, good
soli and subsoil; just the same kind of
land that others are RETAILING FOR $20
TO $25 per acre In the same neighborhood.
Anyone buying this land Is sum to make
a profit, as It Is offered for less than It
Is worth and In certain to advance. This
land Is underlaid with coal, which adds to
Its value, ty.t nothing Is added to the price
on that &nunt. GO UP WITH US TUES
DAY, APRIL 5. If you don't" want all of
Ireland YOU CAN PICK WHAT YOU
WANT at $18 per acre. Special rate from
Omaha and return next Tuesday, $28,65.
Your expenses refunded If you buy.
J. II. DUMONT & SON,
1005 Farnam St., Omaha.
LYMAN county, S. D., lands, $10 to $22
per acre. . Write for maps, etc. F. A. Mar
tin, Oacoma, S. D.
FAPMER AND TENTERS Whv not
buy ICO or 320 acre in Stanley ccunty, South
.Dakota nt Ij to Jo per acre, or ilanti
county. $10 to $:a per acre. Jay P. MorrilH
Palace Bldg., Minneapolis.
acre of level land In the ratn belt
of the Gulf Coast country; three-fourths
prairie; a rich, sandy loam; well drained;
within 3 miles of a county seat town; less
than 6 miles to $ other railroad towns; be
tween 3 main lines of railroad and the best
bargain la the coast country.
Will sell on easy terms at per cent In
terest; wi'l not divide.
H1LA N D P. LOCKWOOD.
SOUTHWEST TEXAS BAROAIN 240
acres near T'aft, finen cotton truck soil;
$10 3M acres near Kinvlll, in proven
artesian beit, fine location; fine clay soil
well adapted for truck or fruit, $S. These
are bargains. Win. Ilenerman, Owner,
1.000 ACRES best oranpe. fig, alfalfa land,
I mint nn-4 in 1 venton rimtrli-l - Ml ftiilnviir.a.
M.OuO Improvements; ldial; only $i,0tM
! or real anaps. L. cupplnger, Houaton,
SO OiiO-AC RE ranch. Panhandle. Tex., on
R. H. ; 60 per cent farm laud; all flno pas
lure; fineiy watered; two Improvements;
all well fenced; i llrg on ranch; i0 per
acre; moitrtime $iJutA; will take $1W,ou0
gixnl K. C. income; this la worth the price,
cash. iSouthwcHtern land Co., Olathe, Kan.
CHOICE agricultural lands. $10 per acre;
alb lake alone property, three hours' rid
t:uin tvstn cities; any nie tiact; lii.c acres
t select from. Write owner, Harry C. A.
Johubou, Palace Lid., Minueapolia,
FOR Information aid lltersture on farm
lund ariii lirifiutetl f i ult lamia Idaho, Uri.
aon and v uM.-m.-ton c-itl on us. or write
u-i.i NevMi block. Uoial.a, Neo. bher
wood IniEiiUralioi. Co.; J. VV. Youu, local
NOV.', on ii.-a rrutb'i-s u. t huy. S e
ui-cit ioiuj I have ill land. L-arm?-r Ciaik,
ATTKN I i i.".
t: ' V 1 '. AM) Hi
s 1 ivl K!
W l-fli- l:
i,l Vi 11
-.I. ot furins In Orii.ii
.11 ,: aid m r 1 . a 1 1 1 : ,
l pi ! i--4 on ii :ll,'4,i n
r'.ll i: -'l 1 I. 11 K a 11 VI. i
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1 l '1 t j 1 1 . '.M
HEAL ESTATE FCH RENT
FOR RF.NT. ACRF, TRACT.
A rood JO-ecre farm, with three-room
hnue. barn and other c-utbiilMirgs, only
mile west of the end nf Florence car Una.
or onl' V, rental reduced to t ' per year.
OI'.ol'-CHC CO.. Farnam lt.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
IF TOU went to buy land at the rlaht
price, see the man that can sell It to you.
Leander Ciark. Kearney, jNeo.
FROM ownr. fetrlc'ly modern residence,
I or more room, large lot, location near
West Fsrnain, Harney, Douglas. Bemis or
Ilanscom park. Would consider doubie
bouse. Ulv full particulars. Addreaa H
WANTED TO BUT House and lot
within ( or II block of 24h and Ames
Ave. I can pay l"0 cash, US or tK) per
month nd uU every months until paid.
Address 2104 Ames Ave., or 'Phone Webster
WE IIAVE BUYERS FOIt
t, f and T-rooro house. If price are r'fihl
we can sell your property for you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
liulta S2i N. T. Life Bldg.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
UO.NET TO LOAN Payna Investment Co.
WANTED City loan. . Petars Trust Co.
1100 to ro.OOO made promptly. F. Dt Woa4
Wea Bldg.. tilth and Farnam.
LOWEST RATESEml. Erandc! Bldg.
WANTED City Joans and warrant,
raruam Kmlth Co.. 1UU Farnam 8-
FI VK I'EK CENT MONET
o ioan on
Omaha busfriese property.'
Room 1, New York Life V'idg.
Are safe, pay good Interest, cause you no
worry. If you have money to loan, so? us,
as we have on hand a number of good
mortgsRea, bearing 8 p-r cent Interest. We
have one of 12.400. another of 14.000, one of
Vi.w0, and- one at These are secured
by gxiod farms In the North Platte valley.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Southeast Corner of 15th and Farnam.
feet) to S, W0 on boiml In Omaha. O'Keefa
Real Folate Co.. lOui N. T. Lit. Douglas
r A liU.
LOANS to home owners and home build
er, with privilege of making partial pay
W. H. THOMAS.
603 First National Bank Bldf?.
GARVIN BROS.. SIS N. T. Life, 50 ta
1200, on Improved property. No delay.
TO THOSE THAT KNOW the futur of
the northwest: I have four dwelling houses
in Rheridan, Wyo., comparatively new; in
come $S0 per month: will trade for land
In Nebraska north of the Platte and eat
of Norfolk, or will make an attractive
cash nrice. Reason: I have other Interests
In Nebraska. Addresa C. F. Bukey 1DO0
16th 8t., Denver, Colo.
BRICK bldff., Lincoln paying IS.800 an
nually: nrlce. 1110.000 all clear. Owner will
exchange for clear land priced right. Give
full description first letter. Harry H. Cul
ver, 809-810 N. Y. Life.
FOR BALE! Or trade, one Dempster hy
draulic weli machine and one Trueas' bor
ing machine, both in good condition. Ad
dress P. O. Box 600, Blair, Neb.
You Want a Farm
the other fellow wants city property or
stock of goods. We want me commission.
Bend u? full description In first letter and
we will get you a trade.
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO.,
' Suite U4 N. Y. Life Bids. Red 1399.
O. A. LINDQUEST CO.. Si PAXTOK ELK.
MAX MORRIS. Wt BROWN BLOCK.
Young ' men's fashionable
tailor. 418-1 Paxtoa Elk.
RUFFNER TAILORING! CO.. $24 S. I5th St.
SKILLED labor .command high wages
snd good craftsmanship Justifies it. See
J. A. KERVAN, 608-610 Brandeis-Bldg.
HARRY MARTIN", R. 19. U. 8. Bank Bldf.
riTJTTQQTr'Q Suits, Tuxedos, full dress
JJXVXljkOJ-iO suite, slightly used, boucht
and sold. Fcldman. 216 N. 17th BU Doug
la 3123. A 2638.
DERBY WOOLEN MILLS
$15 and $13 Suits to Order
101 So. Utb St.
Bulls to order.
Sioux City and Omaha. Still sticking to
Bioux City, .where other Omahans have
failed, bee ma U 10 N. lCh St.. opposite
WANTED TO RENT
We Are Getting Numerous Calls
for houses, all sires. List with us.
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO..
C4 N. Y. Life Bide ted' l&'S.
Rubber Tires wear
longer and ride
easier tban others,
They are put on
exclusively by "us.
We do wagon re
pairing, pa i n ting
and general black
Watch us grow.
w la m
5. V. Corner
ICth f.ui Jc:::3 Clrcets.
PLor.3 Bc-'-las 237
WANTED TO CUY
BEST prli e pnld f"f eeeop.d bani (urn),
tore, -'p:a luthlng and ido.a 11
I bur, !l eyehanea secondhand
goods. Pol. HOSKNBIt.HU. Ivi 3. 14th. D. tssj
BALTIMORR fd hand store rays best rrien
for Id-hand furniture, cl.itlieit. etc. IK
Fecon'i band clothing, party, aflernooa
gressea. John Feldman. D illi. Ind. A-.'iia
GOOD TRICK for ccnl-hamj clothe
hoe and furniture. mUltK. Doug. Hot
BEST prlre paid for furniture and stoves.
Tel. I). bV.. . A-4:M. N. Y. Repair shop.
ONE INCH. 72 CENTS
This is a One-Icch Ad.
To sell your home write a description nt
It In about KO words slid send It to THH
OMAHA BEK Classified Dept., together
twin i-tiita tor each day you wish It pub
lished. ' BEST PRICES paid for second-hand fur
niture, carpets, stoves, clothes, shoes. Tel.
D. 181. ! t,;- -
NEH. FI RNITFRE CO. ray best prices
for household goodf. 620 N. 16th. Bed 8713.
WANTED To buy, second-hand Incuba
tors, hot air prefirred. 'Phone Douglas
Jl'ST opening business; best price paid for
furniture, stoves, etc. Douglas 15V), A-43.
6 or -room
P. O. Nielsen,
cottage In irood location.
70J N. Y. Life Bldg.
WANTED Position s meat cutter by
single man xperieneed and of good hablta.
Can furnish best of reference. Address
Nick Madden, Oreat Bend, Kan.
CHAUFFEUR, private family; good ref
erences can be iflven In or out of town.
Can handle any kind of car. Address A S3,
WANTED By young man. place to worn
for board w!i)e attending P.oyle collg
A GOOD paying restaurant for rent cheap
to rlpht party, If taken at once. Inquire
IXH Farnanv .
CHIEF QUARTERMASTERS OFFICE
Omaha, Neb., March 1, la 10. Sealed pro
posals, In triplicate, will be received here
and by Quartermaster at the poata named
herein, until IV a..m., central standard
time. April 1, 1910, for furnishing Wood,
Coal and Charcoal during the fiscal year
ending June iw, 1911. at Oman q.m. Depot;
FortB Crook, Omaha and Robinson, Ne
braska; Forts Leavenworth and Riley,
Kansas; Forts I), A. Russell and Mac
kenzie, Wyoming; Fort Dea Molnea, Iowa,
and Fort Meade, South Dakota. Proposal
for delivery at other places will not be en
tertained. United Statea reeerves right to
rejaut or accept anj-r All proposals or any
part thereof. - Information furnished . on
application here or to Quartermasters at
amUons named. ,, Envelope containing
proposals should be marked "Proposals for
Fuel," and addressed to Major D. H. MC
CARTHY. C. Q. M. . Ml--3--K-Si
U. S. MILITARY PRISON, FORT LEAV
enworth. Kan.. March 1, 1)0. sealed
proposala far turmmilng bituminous and
antnracite coal, smithing coal, charcoal,
wood, gasoline and mineral oil, required
during me year commencing July 1, lSl'J,
will be received nere unui w a, m., Apru
1, 1910, and then opened. Information fur
nished on application, captain . w. van
Duyne, Q. M. . Mi-3-4-5-30-81.
Real estate transfers for March 80, 1W,
furn)lshed by the- Midland Ouarantea and
Trust company, bonded abstracters, 1714
Farnam Btreet. 'ren-pnono xougias wo;
William L. Parker 'and wife to Leul
. ntniina Int 14 block II. Bedford
" Place .. .r.....'. .......$ tOOO
The United ReaL' Estate- and Trust
company to Julia; djalley, lot 1: block
IS. Kountze Place
A. L. Reed and IM W. Foster, exec
utors, to John HiiMivy, W44 feet lots
13. 14 and 16, Wlt'hJ subdlv,
William W. Eastuiun to Bamuel Gold
ware, eSO feet luJ. and i, block $,.
B. H. Post and wl?f to St. Bernard s
churoh of Benson, jot zi ana H,
block 18. Halcvon TKiKhtS
E. E. Carroll and JL. Carroll to Lyla
D. Tobb, wh lot 1", Patrick ara
toira add. -other consideration and....
The 'Michigan Mutual Life Insurance
company to Lola Vincent, lot
4, block 10, Reed's J
Dundee Realty company to James A.
Brown, lots I and 0, block sti, Dun
jdee Plate 'jli.i.:
A. L. Reed and wife to Selwyn
Dohei-ty, lot 14, block 11, Patriok's
2d, other conuideratlon and
George Parks and 'wife to Fred Arm
bruscer, lot 7, block Hoctor Ter
F. M. Heberllng and wife to E. J.
Palmer, tot 13 and sft lot 14, block $2,
Halcyon Heights ....-
John F. Coad and wlfa to the Coad
Real Eatate company, lot I and nl
feet lot 8, block e. tiouth Omaha....
Boulevard Park , improvement com
pany to Shlmer & Chase company,'
lot 8 and f-u feot lot 7, block a, i
Boulevard . Pa.rk, .other consideration
- and. ., , i. .......
Shjlmer & Chaoe pompany to A. H.
Olmstead. lot 8 end s30 feet lot 1,
block 9, Boulevard Park
Frank A. Furay, county treasurer, to
E. H. Batch, lot 1, 2 and 3, block 8,
Alamo Plan .....r.
E. E. Balch and liUBband to the By
ron Red company,.. lots 1, 2 and 8,
block 6. Alamo Piaza
3. P. liocker and A. K Becker et al.
to S. J. Ryan, lot 2S. Stewart Plaos..
S. J. Ryan and. wife to Maggie J.
B. W. Khowiet and wife to A. N.
Olover and wife, lots 25 and 26, block
4, Monmouth Park
T.-- ,1 ... I T7I l).BiU., . ,,UA..tfe rt V T
Mahoney and 6. 5. Smyth, lots 1 and
2. block 10. subfllv. of block 30, Al
bright's Cholcn .2
Z. Cuddington et al. to Arthur East,
same, other consideration and
The fctate National bank of Cleve
land, O., to bamviel Levlne. lot 1S3,
E. M. French and husband to Joseph
Orailano, eS7 feet of s44 feet lot 8,
block 2&1, Omaha I
Haatings & Iieydnn to' C. J. m ile
lon, lots IS and 17, replat o. jlock
--8, Collier Placet..... '.
Ralston TownBite company to P. Stolt
enberg and Frank Utoltenberg, lot
29, block 6. Ital.ston
Ralston Townslte company to Wil
liam G. Boe-tlcher, lots 83 and 34,
E. L. ip'ayre and wife -to P. A. Haskell,
lot 19. block 117, Florence
Grove-Wharton Construction company
to Omaha Lumber and Coal com
pany, lot 1. block S, ana other lots,
ncock's 1st, other consideration
Emll Gall and wife to Caroline Buseh,
lot 7, block 8, and other land, Cot
S. tl. Hrrarster and wife to Albert
Erdmar. part of t;ixiot 6 84-18-11
Omaha aredepjslt and Trust com'
pauy to HaUnKS & lleyden, lots IS
and 16. Ames' add
C. F Hastings and wife to Frank A.
Pa -non and wife; lot 7, block i, Kul-
George P; llulst to Union Investment
company, lot 8. block 8, and other
lots, llulat'a add
U-lpn Mai-on to M. C. MoClurg, lot
17. Cain Place
A. A. AUienon el si. to C. F. Luellen,
lot 10. block 2, person & Berry's
The Midway Investment company to.
('. F. Luellen, loin 8, 7, 8. It, 11 and ki,
block i. Persons & Berry's
Jacob Slulurg and wife to A. Hlnger
and wile, part lot 8. bkiek 14, city....
A. It- Far dim and wife et al. to Wil
liam Turner, lot 0. Clifton Place,
oilier i'oiiiiierauon and
AH Uodava 6fty Dlces (Wireless. tc
irt W lit'.. . .April !r'.oc'.nntl As'U it
h.l AugMo. .rll I iiir.t Al-1 it
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you. want H, biiy o tiii fcujli 1 ha Boa Want
Ad I'vlamna, . . '
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Three, Bousing Heetin ty Republi
cans Quicken Interest.
TEALWS NAME WATCHW0I1D
Qneenaa's Pnaltlon Assailed Cr
poralna Overture Mad t
Brigs: by Democrats
Three rousing republican meetings war
held last night In South Omaha at each of
which the attendance was unusually large.
Indicating a quickened Interest In the af
fairs of the campaign. P. J. Tratnor was
the nam which has become the watch
word of the campaign and when It was
proposed as the next mayor of South
Omaha the audience cheered In the old,
hearty way as In the times when political
debate was the joy of the hour.
The democratic position on the occupa
tion tax was well aired. W. It. Queens n
has nailed his causa to the occupation tax
kite and promises to repeal all the exist
ing means of taxing the corporations by
royalties and put all this on an occupation
tax basis. At present all the public service
corporations are paying royalties with the
exception of the Omaha .V Council Bluffs
Street Railway company. It was agreed
by contract with the company that the ef
fect of the royalty would b suspended
for three years provided that the company
would extend Its lines, notably to West L
street, To undo this means that West L
street will be robbed of a car line, which
ts even now being constructed, Thl will
not be a pleasant prospect for that" ec-
tlon of the city nor hardly an Inducement
to the residents to vote away their Im
provement by electing the democrats.
It was further shown that last summer
when the occupation tax was Introduced
br John Larsen all the democrats voted
against It from the start. Now that owing
to a divided council a compromise was
made which withholds the occupation tax
for three years the democrats have slipped
over to th other side of tha fence, as
The meeting- places last nlarht were at
Thirty-sixth and Jefferson, 4101 X afreet
and Twenty-sixth and Q streets. All the
candidates were present and came back
Ores-tares to Jobn Brtgrgs.
The democrats, when thoy are in Brown
Park, which ta the great Bohemian section
of South Omaha, have made repeated
promise. In case tha democrats win that
John Briggs is to be retained; but when
they are outside of Brown Park it is quite
another aspirant who Is given preference.
Th democrats want to retain the vote of
tha Bohemians by this promise, but they
have practically served notice on John
Briggs that he is to be ousted with th
election of a democratic ticket. Within
tha last few days a delegation qualified
to speak for the party offered Briggs the
position of chief of the fire department
left vacant by the death of the date David
Garratt, well knowing that he would e
the. Intent of the offer which means that
he will have to vacate the position ef
chief -of police. He replied to the offer
that he would aocept no other position
than that which he holds at the hands of
anyone, , much ' less a democratic ..board.
The Bohemians of Brown Park will under
stand, therefore, that promises mad to
them are for their votes and not for. ful
Trainee's Labor Rterd.
- SOUTH OMAHA. March 29.-TO tha
editor of The Ee: A democratic paper
prints an article Insinuating that Mr. P,
J. Tralnor, candidate for mayor on - th
republican ticket, is not friendly to labor,
A organiser of th Amerioan Federation
of Labor, I am in a position to know the
record ' of Mr. Tralnor on the labor move
mem te, and desire to state that during his
twenty-'three years' residence here Mr,
Tralnor has always been a friend of or-
ganlied labor, and never In a single In
stance was any act of his injurious to th
best interests of the working-men of South
Omaha. JAMES KOTERA.
Organiser, American Federation of Labor.
Pat Crowes' Democrat t
The democrats held a meeting, at Moll-
ner hall last night, at which the main
attraction was the only original Pat Crowe,
posing as part of the sideshow. He could
not be prevailed upon to deliver a speech
although asked and seemed more Inclined
to the lin of refreshments provided,
Resolutions for Re vy Ralph Llvera,
At . the meeting of the South Omaha
Central Labor union on Monday evening
the following resolution was unanimously
Whereas,' Rev. Ralph W, Livers, for
merly fraternal delegate to the South
Omaha Central Labor union from the Min
isterial union of this city, owing- to the
state of his health' Is compelled to change
his location, and,
. Whereas, Thie central body. In the re
moval of Bro. Liver will lose a loyal
supporter, and the city a good and useful
citizen, who has always devoted his time
and energy for the uplifting and better
ment of the common people; therefore,
be It .-:".'.
Resolved, That this body extend to Bro.
Livers their best wishes for his return
to good health, and wish him Godspeed
wherever he may be; and be it further
Reeolved, ' That a copy of this resolu
tion be forwarded to Bro. Livers and also
be spread upon the minutes of this meet
ing. - Miss Kate Cleary Wins.
The hamrock diamond ring contest is
closed, with Kate Cleary in the lead by
a very few votes. The winner will be
queen of the Shamrock ball, which is to
be given at Rnshlng's hall tonight. The
ring will be presented as part of the pro
gram. H. C. Murphy and H. B. Fleharty
will deliver addresses during the early
psrt of th evening. These addreaa will
be followed by tha ball. Miss Cleary had
12.628 votes and Miss Sophia Robert 12,289.
Magic City Goeelo.
Mrs. O. F. Newlns of San Bernardino,
Csl.. Is vlsting with her sister, Mrs. J. K.
Mrs. Jean MocDowell Roberta entertained
the Flfl club Monday evening at her new
James Hasburgh has gone on a visit to
Armour, H. D., to sea his slater, Mr.
Mra. F. Glass and daughter. AdiTll. have
returned from a three-months' vtalt In Cal
ifornia and Old Mexico.
John Harrison, for many years night
clerk at the Greer hotel, died yesterday at
tne South Omaha hospital.
2 KTORZ BOTTLED BEER We deliver
-t Stors Bottled Beer promptly to residences
I In Vouth Omaha at the prices you for
merly paid, broderlck & Maelowsky., 2-01
j til. 1'hone eoutn is.u.
The funeral of Mrs. Johanna Oillln will
be held Thursday at a. us., at tu. Mary s
church. The burial will be lu bl. Mary's
STORZ BOTTLED BEER "phone your
ordr for btors Bottled leer to us. We
drlivtr any place in Hon! h Omaha promptly.
Mtni. prices as formerly. Mmdeiiok &
ftianiownky, fcol Q til. 'Phone Koulh l.iL
John Domnu was fined $40 and costs
yesieiday afternoon by JuOe Calianan t-.tr
nwa.ill coiiiMiittea on Jw.".ii iienurr Mon
day Might, lie puld the line.
TKl.l.I'HCNV; Po. ( and have a cane of
Jetirr's ljui-i 1 i.t liwi ot-live-ed at your
renl.lrlice. Hl-.MiV. J. ifcllfc-K.
MOP.Z liOTI l l l T'Kr.R-Prlvst fam.
ily liaaalu r-uuili omai.a supplied pi urnpily
by in at euro prlres as formerly. 'Phone
your eriie I'rivterlcK Mlowkv (retail
dealer!, l J St. 'Phone .outh 10.11.
Th church board of the African Metre
ewltet churt-h hss urended th ptor,
Itev. A. Wsaner, for alied offense aanlnM
the character of one ot the-women of the
South Omaha Camp No. 10'. Modern
Woodmen eif America, have procured Rui-h-ln
s ball and will hold a smoker and en
tertainment there April 7 In honor or
Head Consul A. R. Talhot of Lincoln, the
uest of th evening, other (rood spesner
ave been aecured. Refreshment will be
Handy Man Silent
In Insurance Case
Buckley Rcfusei to Say How Much
He Was Paid, But Records Show
NEW TORK, March J9.-Wllllam H.
Buckley, for years the handy man at Al
bany of th fire Insurance companies,
stepped down from the witness stand to
day with a sigh of relief. Superintendent
Hotchklss of the state insurance depart
ment, after four days' grilling, had an
nounced that he was through with him as
a witness. The superintendent's next step
ill be an attempt to bring about his dis
barment as lawyer on the strength of
the evidence brought out at the hearing.
Juat before the session adjourned Mr.
Hotchklss demanded that the witness tell
blm how much he got from the Insurance
companies. Buckley was silent as usual.
'The records show," said Mr. Hotchklss,
answering the question himself, "that you
received about $100,009 from the Insurance
companies in the years you represented
During the day Darwin P. Klngsley,
president of the Now Tork Life Insurance
company, appearing as a witness, swore
that Buckley - asked him to pay him
$3,000 In 1908, with which to buy at $300
each the votes of six members of the state
senate, It was also shown that as late
as September 1, 1S0J, the New York Board
of Fire Underwriters raised $T00 to be
spent In connection with legislation at Al
bany. Mr. Klngsley ' appearance as a witness
gave the first direct life Insurance tinge
to the Inquiry. There had been vague evi
dence of Buoklty's activity In this line
previously, but Mr. Klngsley's statements
were straight from the shoulder.
Prairie Fire in Brown County Does
Heary Damage to Those Who
Are in Path.
AINSWORTH. Neb., March 0.-(Spsjclal
Telegram.) The prairie fire which raged
In the southern part of Brown county all
day yesterday and last night was extin
guished this morning about ' 8 ' o'clock,
when the wind changed suddenly from the
south to the north. The fire started thirty
miles southeast of Ainsworth early in the
morning and, at o'clock in the evening
had reached .a point two mles east And
south' of here. At least fifty miles) '."of
range was burned over and everything lit
the path of the flames was swept away.
Reports sent' in today show that many
ranchers, suffered the loss of buildings.
Among these were: Mrs. Fisher, all out
buildings. Including a barn and five head
of horses; Ed, Jay, all outbuildings and 2,000
trees, all his barns and Implements; Frank
Crawford, house, furniture and all out
buildings; M. R. Nichols, house, barn and
all outbuildings; Lew Irwin, all outbuild
ings; Charles Lyons, all outbuildings; P.
J. Murphy, $00 tons of hay and fifteen
acres of timber; Mrs. Nolte, barn and all
It 1 estimated that at least 3,000 . tons
of hay were lost and miles and miles of
range destroyed. Another fire is raging
twenty miles southwest of here tonight,
but telephone communication with the fire
one Is cut off.
Hurt on Last Run
S. F. Bailey Gets Crashed Foot on
Eve of Quitting Railroad
NORFOLK. Neb., MUrch 1 80 (Special
Telegram.) S. F. Bailey, a Minneapolis &
Omaha brakeman who- lives at H28 North
Twentieth street, Omaha, and whose
parents reside In Sioux City, suffered a
badly crushed foot here tonight on his
last trip at railroading. Running ahead
of the engine to make a switch he was
caught and run down. The ankle bones
were badly broken. "Ain't it strange,"
he said, as he smoked a cigarette while
the physician probed his injuries, that
I would get caught on the last trip?"
FIRE TAKES 0LD LANDMARK
Inlon Pacific Storehesae at Colum
bus Destroyed by Fire from
COLUMBUS, Neb., March, 80. (Special
Telegram.) Fire starting ffom a spark
from a paaslng tocomottv at S:30 lat even
ing totally destroyed the Union Pacific
storehouse in the wesi end of the yards
here. This building had a hole burned in
the roof a week ago and the high wind
carried a spark to that portion of the
building. For a while the entire north
western residence portion of the city was
threatened and one other fire was started
from the burning storehouse. The building
was filled with stores and machinery and
the loss Is between t,00n end 8.000. This
building Is one of the landmarks of
Columbus, as it was the original Union
Pacific depot, built in lfW, having been
movd to its present location about two
MRS. JOE JEFFERSON SUED
Widow of Fimon actor Chanced
with Libel and False Imprison
ment by J. W. Morrlnaey,
NEW TORK, March SO Mrs. Surah A.
Jefferon. widow of Joseph Jefferson, Is the
defendant in two suit, begun here today
by James W. Morrlssey, an actor. In which
damages aggregating 10,000 tre asked.
One suit alleged false Imprisonment; the
other alleges libel and slander.
Morrlssey charges that Mrs. Jefferson
accused him of using the name of the
"Joseph Jefferson Monument association,"
to collect funds llleicftlly. He was arrested
some time ago on this complaint, but was
Eailae tihavct Ailomul.51e.
HOLLKF.OK. Keb., March 30 (Kpcatal )
Both V. M. Wilkinson, an automobile
driver, and a pansenger. narrowly errand
(rath near the cl'y bf Axtell j-fcatei day. as
they were levlr.g that place ta c(,me to
this city. They had rounded a turn in t'n
rov.d and wr cronnlng tb rullruad track
when an engine, running 'Hht." crashed
Into the car, taking th radiator and the
front of the auto almost completely off.
Fortunately, the. way they were struck,
nothing more serious than a plll from the r
automobile occurred, but a men fraction
of a second more would have meant that f
both men would have met Instantanemn f
death. According to the story of th drive, f
the engine's speed was about forty nil?
per hour, while the speed of tha car wa
not more than fifteen miles.
Sox Co fe Fort Worth.
FORT WORTH, Tex.. March SO.-Tha
Chicago American league tram, through It
representative. Ted Sulllvsn, Is, It Is said,
Shout to close a deal with the Mineral
Wells club for trelrlng grounds here. The
long jRunt to California this sprlnsr. It Is
declared, hss resulted In elsclni h ma
jority of the players out of condition.
Jsultir Girl Take Content.
Miss Julia Qulmby, captain of the girls'
Junior bsnket ball team at the high school,
did some star playing Tuesday ronht, when
the Senlnts and Juniors met In the hth
school gymnasium. The lower class was
too much for the seniors and the game
was won by a score of 14 to 7. The Jun
ior had things their own way from th
start and the first half ended 10 to t. Nel
lie Wood also did r-ome piaylng thai at
tracted attention. Despite the score, th
game was Interesting and exciting and was
much appreciated by those who were pre,
M.rl Hu.h (up)..
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...0.... Fniutl IV. I
..O.I O ..MUM Eher
..P r (rpl Julia Qiilmby
, f IF HM-rlel rarms!
Dnee for Horn and Ltng,
SYDNEY, N. S. W., March SO.-Another
date has been set for th fight between
"Tommy" Burns, the Canadian pugilist,
and "Bill" Ling, heavywelirht champion of
Australia, for the Australian title. The '
date announced today Is April IS. Th fight
was originally scheduled tor March $8 and
subsequently postponed to April 20.
sjw ftwlmratnar RK"jnreI.
NEW YORK. March 80.-Th New York
Athletic club swimming team defeated the
team of the City club In a MO-yard reiay
race tonight, establishing a new American
amateur record. Th time wa 6 minute
7 seconds. The old record was & minutes
9i seconds, made by the Illinois Athletlo
club In Chicago Inst year.
When you want what you want when
you want It, say so through Th Bee Want
Ad columns. '
My little heart
Gives such ftsrt.
When CamfMl't Souj
And there's the man
Thst brine the can
That holdi tbe soup
you don't ay
that Campbell's Soups
are better than the
money the grocer re
turns the money.
You cannot . lose any
thing by trying these pala
table and wholesome soups.
But if you now expend two
or three times their price- ,
in money and time and '
trouble to obtain no bet
ter soups, you certainly
lose a good deal. You can
prove all this by
' fc-v f . wftof' v fjv
This is the favorite among all
our 21 kinds. .And it is the
finest-flavored and most nour
ishing tomato soup made. But '
any Campbell's Soup will con
21 kinds 10c a can
Just add hot water,
bring to a boil,
Plenty of sensible
augsestioni for you in
Boole. Just write ui
Com r an v
Camden N J
An itilialstloa for
Croaoien la boon to Aathmailo.
Ik not m mar rtoclW to brH is
remmly for Hmm ol th br.Ui!ni oigJ
M k th MmsrtT Int U"1 tl""" 1 .
-j-esoirne cum brii um sir. i
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-llti ama.1 1 ti LliiiSA. T
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ALL PRUOal3Ta 1,1' 1 ,! VT
nripllT BooiL I, . r-fi' i
Vape-Creaelena tja, i J j w-e 4
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After a ten years' oil of winter- i
green, as comopundeil jn D. T. 1. Tre
scrlptlon, has so thoroughly, so absolutely
proven its merit for rho diseases, that . ,
we have arranged wlt'ii the D. O. D.
Laboratories of Chlcaj o for a special
offer on a 26-cent trial bottle.
We ourselves became' convinced years
ago. Cure after cure and' the testimony of
the world's leading i skin specialists
showed us that the wa1 to cure the sklnS
Is through the skin; :liot, however, by
means of a ralve, wh-ch always cIoks
the outer skin, but wi h a penetrating .
11,1,11,1 ivw, in tha Inner skin, killing
the gorma while soothing the healthy
vlm-A everybody, fur t'i
nn tit lo be enough lo how the way to
the cure, and at any rfc'- the llou'd- the
lntatit It 1 applied will, cake away that
Itch yes, Jast ae oa " the wash !
applied the akin Is soothe- anj refreshed.
Hhernmn JL Mc'oiim-ll ,rug Co.. l'lj
and I'odge bts.', Owl I'ru, Co.. 16l a-4
1 lv r -
' :; Look for the ' ltSviW'
label ' I
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The M cf Winter, teert Compound.
D. I. 1). Prenrrlptlon. .penetrates while
soothing the skin; and al 25-cent tt,T
a good ied trlnl bottledIs now ofl tea,
besides the $1.00 bottlea, n orderitfo""-
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