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CITT I'HOI'KHTV rK 9 ALB
5 OR 10
X. W. of Florence, close to the
Calhoun macadam road. Fine
place for fruit, raising chickens
or garden truck; good, high land.
Price, $175 an acre.
Terms: one-quarter cash, bal
Will take you out any time.
HASTINGS & IIEYPEX,
1614 Harney St.
AT REASONABLE PRICES
$2,500 For 4720 No. 3th St., In Cen
tral Park Addition; one block
from car line, having 6 room,
all modern except heat, full
basement, large attic, floored,
stairway to came, rooms all
large and pleasant; nice shade
trees; lot 50x127 feet. .Im
mediate possession. Owner on
premises. Will Know any time.
Investigate thin propoBltlon.
A few hundred dollar cash,
balance monthly, like rent.
2,,VO For a 7-room hoi.se. all mod
ern except heat, east front on
22d St., near Seward; lot 33i
140 feet; $600 cash, balance like
$2,600 For 2119 Grand Ave., nearly
new, 6-room modern cottage,
on paved street. In first-class
condition. A desirable home
for a small family.
$2,M0 For 2860 Mandereon St.. large
6-room house, on one floor, all
modern except heat, with
space for 3 large rooms above.
If desired; nearly new In ex
cellent condition; l- 50x128
fret. Reasonable term
$3,100 For choice 5-room modern cot
tage, new. on 17th, near
flprngue; east front lot, 40x12$
feet; very desirable.
$3,300 For 2217 Cuming St.. S-room
hfttise, modern except heat, on
car line; Immediate poesesslon.
$3,500 For 2432 Templeton St., well
constructed, 6-room modern
house, having hot water lieat(
laundry room In basement, all
on one floor; was built for a
home, and Just reduced from
$4,000 for quick sale; easy
terms. Place must be sold Im
mediately If gotten at this fig
ure, as nonresident owner
needs some money at once. In
vestigate. George & Co., Exclusive Agents,
lfiOl Farnam St. Doug. "56.
A REAL HOME IN
' KOUNTZE PLACE
The owner of a splendid 9-room house,
on a fine south-front corner lot on Emmet
street, ha found the liouso too small for
his use and authorizes ua to sell. It Is
splendidly constructed, completely modern
In appointment and finish. Has nice recep
tion hall, good sized parlor, large dining
room and kitchen on first floor. Spendld hot
water heating plant. The basement is di
vided with brick walls and the floors
cemented. The vary best of modern plumb
ing, with complete equipment, audi aa
water heaters and laundry apparatus.
On the second floor there are four nice
bed rooms and a large floored attic on
third floor. The bed rooms have oak floors
and the hocse Is beautifully decorated
throughout, 'fne price Is.
Inspection by . appointment only. If you
want as large a house aa this, don't fall to
see this property.
NORMS & MARTIN,
Phone Douglas 4270. 623 Bee Bldg.
12.500 For 5 acres In Florence
HelghtH, on Calhoun paved
road, affording a beautiful view
' In all directions. Thla price
has been reduced $SO0 for quick
sale and Is a desirable loca
tion for country home. In
vestigate. $3,400 For 1 acre and 7-room house,
located on corner N. .'0th St..
with room to build more
houses If desired. Beautiful
tract of ground, on car line.
. . near Fort Omaha. Investl
George & Co., Exclusive Agents,
1601 Farnam St. Doug. 756.
Creighton's First Add.
2334 Po. 84th fit. A strictly modern, 8
room house, with full cement cellar, good
furnace, coal bins, with side door en
trance first floor; large living room, din
ing room and kitchen second floor three
bedrooms and bath; gas and electric com
bination fixtures, house newly decorated
throughout, cement walks, east front, near
school, two blocks to car, price $3,350. Easy
terms. All ready to move right in. Buy
this property and save your rent money.
.Payne, Bostwick & Slater,
Pole Agents. 001 N. Y. Life Bldg.
Educate your boy or girl to save their
nickels by making the first payment for
them on one of our easy payment lots; $1.00
cash; balance CO cents per week.
W. J. Dermody Investment Co.,
R3tt New York Life Bldg.
Tel. D. 6108 or A 2033.
$100 Cash, $18 Per Month
will get you the neat 5-r. modern cot
tage at 2622 Corby St. See It and bring
In your $100. Price. $1,600.
689-91 Brandeis Bldg.
FOR A FEW DAYS I CAN SELL
Florence Boulevard Ixjts
Near Miller Park
" AT $800.
V. G. Ure, 604 Bee Building.
' ' 66x152
23d to 24th, OX BURT
Close in, for flats or small apartment
Paving paid. $4,600.
U'KEKFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1002-S-4 N. Y. Life. Doug, or A $152.
New house, hot water heat, hard wood
finish. large rooms and bath and hall,
with front and rear vestibules on first
floor; full cemented basement and large
attic, floored; city water and electric
light. Thla tfl at 4TJ and Wool worth Ave.,
Joining the County farm, which la used bv
the Field Club and the County hospital. It
Ik very sightly. Offered with $ lots for
$4,000, or with more ground at a higher
Harrison & Morton,
CITY PKOFKHTf roH BAt.B.
XEAT COTTAGE FINE LO
2021 Miami ft., lot 40x130; newly papered:
white maple flooring, large rooms; city
water and gas; fine cistern; P'lO csh
balance same as rent; see owner, 2017
Miami St. A bargain
SOME GOOD VALUES
$2 500-4.104 F.rsklne St.. a good 7-room, all
modern home, flrst-rlass repair, full
corner lot, south and east front,
shade and fruit trees. 2 blocks to
car. Owner leaving city.
I2.2."i0 3th and Jackson, a very good 7-room
cottnge, all good rooms, modern ex
cept heat, full basement; JiO will
handle; rents for Ji2. Good home or
$3,000 KK. Ml. s PARK home, 6 rooms, all
modern, good value.
Will handle a very goon 9-room all modern
home, near 2,'ith and Hodge; large rooms,
very well arranged. Chance for you to get
a good clone-In home on very easy terms.
Price reduced to $5,800.
If you want a good home In a good lo
callly, we can make it worth your while
to Inspect 9-room, modern and up-to-date
home on Lincoln boulevard; oak finish, four
living rooms and five bed rooms; two fire
places; nicely decorated and well arranged;
laige lot, facing two boulevards and paved
street In rear, with garage, every conveni
ence. Price, v.im. its worth ;,&ou. L-o
YOU WANT TO SEE 1T7
Glover Realty Syndicate,
Ground Floor N. Y. Life. Doug. 3963.
Just listed for immediate sale,
dandy new modern 5-room cot
tage; large living room, splendid
location; west of Hanscom Park.
See this sure. BIG SNAP.
Price $3,150. ;
613N.Y.L. Doug. 1472
W. O. JENSEN, builds homes right; plans
furnished. 2721 Spalding. Tel Web. 3'm
Choice East Front Lot
In West Farnam district. If taken at once
this lot can be had at a vol v low prlca.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1999.
FARM AND HAACU LAND FOR SALE
YOU can't beat this 120 acrea good orch
ard land in beautiful Ozarks, near famous
health resort, for $600; timber on uncleared
land worth twice the amount. B. J. Rose
water, Eureka Springs, Ark.
FOR SALE 240 acres two miles from
good railroad town of 1.000 population; good
schools and churches; 66 acrea choice creek
bottom in cultivation;' 2,300 peach trees on
high ground, fil l of bloom now; good well
and fine running water; a good 7-room
frame house; land not In cultivation Is In
timber pasture; peaches this year should
nearly pay for farm. This will sell on
sight; price $3,000. L. L. Porter, Horatio,
BARGAINS In Arkansas Lands ICO acres
four mllea from West Fork, Ark.; 15 acres
In cultivation; 2-room house; 3 acres in
orchard, bearing; fine location for chicken
and fruit farm; price $4 per acre cash. W,
S. Pay ton, Ridge, Ar& r - ".
ALBERTA WHEAT LANDS.
For sale, best Improved' and raw wheat
lands up to 100,000 acres en bloc in tha
best part of Southern Alberta, $13 per acre
up. All inquiries promptly answered. Hen
derson & Winkler, 814 First St.. West. Cal
gary, Alt a.
COLORADO LAND FOR HALE)
Abe ut 20,640 acres of good land, mostly
smooth and rolling, fine soil, to be sold in
one body, 15 to 30 miles east of Denver on
the Union Pacific R. H. south of Waiklna.
Bennett ana Strausburg. This tract lies
close to above towns. The land la all
fenced and many times cross-fenced. Other
improvements: Houses, barns, sheds, cor
rals, private telephone, etc. Good alfalfa
and bay land; also springs and other water
ings. Extra good proposition for sub
dividing or colonizing. No agents need ap-
?ly. Buy direct from owner, NOAH CANN,
M Glebarm place, Denver, Colo.
BUY COLORADO FRUIT LANDS Ten
per cent down, balance five years or more;
one crop of apples pays for land; best soil
and water rights; land adjoins town of
Cedaredgo, famous Delta county, Colorado:
live or ten-acre tracts give you an Income
from $3,000 to $5,000 for life. Send for Il
REV. W. H. COLLINS,
33 S. Lincoln Ave., Denver, Colo.
HOMES IN SUNNY COLORADO I can
locute you on a good 320-acre homestead;
good water and close to railroad; also a
few fine relinquishments for sale cheap;
some snaps in deeded land. II. E. Huston,
Sugar City, Colo.
70.000 acres of Irrigated land; 21,000 acrea
sold since last March. $f0.00 an acre with
a perpetual water right. Easy terms. To
be advanced $10.00 an acre .May 1. The
most attractive irrigated project ever de
veloped. Is located in the San Luis valley
COSTILLA IRRIGATED LAND CO..
No. 1C34 Champa Street, Denver, Colo.
FINELY IMPROVED FARMS,
$20 PER ACRE
All rented, paying from 10 to 22 per rent
rent. Best alfalfa in the world. Easy
term. If not aa - represented, will return
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
(24 N..Y. Life Bids. 'Phone Red 1999.
FOR SALE BY OWNER.
Well Improved half section in Thomas
county, Kansas. Addrei Lock Box 204,
FOR SALE or exchange 656 acres In
eastern part of Ellis county, Kansas, near
Russell county line; good wheat and alfalfa
land; plenty of water; price $17.50 per acre;
want income property In eastern Kansas
or Missouri. O. A. Hlgglns, Stockton, Kan.
FOR SALE 400-acre farm In eastern
Kansas; 200 acres cultivation, balance pas
ture and mow land; 2-story, 8-roon. hou.ie;
barn 5ux50; corncrib, granary, workshop;
60 fruit trees; cistern; 3-room tenant house;
barn; well watered; 3Vs miles Qurnemo,
Kan.; the best bargain in eastern Kansas;
t'J per acre. J. W. Watklns, Quenemo,
FOR SALE A fine ranch, a real bargain;
owner must have the money to save him
self on another and lartter investment; you
have to act this week; do not write letters,
ftft busy if you want to make $2.t.0u0 to
VJD.00O in six months, sure as you gu against
the game; use the long distance telephone
and prepare to Investigate on the Jump;
rmlies $15,000 to $20,000 cash on contract,
$-D(M) to tiVOOO on delivery of th deed
wifjiln 30 days; balance terms; 6 per cent
Interest: price $,'0.!xj0; wortu SliiO.OiO; 1.720
acres; 80 per cent the finest farming land,
balance rolling and rough; about 1.600 acres
under the plow, fenced and croxs-f enced.
good ranch improvements: 11-rnom house,
sheds, wells, windmills and sprints. This
is a good place to firm or subdivide Inio
smaller farina and sell out, or a splendid
ranch and location to live; six mile from
the buildings to a town, four milea from
the nearest point of the land to a town.
This ranch Is In the eastern part of Hodge
man county, Kansas, surrounded bv well
improved farms and high priced land; only
4-t miles east of it you cannot buy land for
less than $40 t n0 per acre. Do not hexi
ate. take action. Call Main 6224. IV 1 1 tele
phone. Kansas City, Mo., and ask for the
party who can talk business on this ranch,
or call Porter Young, Great Bend. Kan.
FARM Al II 4. X U I.A.Mt roit SALE
FARM LANDS FOP. PALK New south
corn belt, north Louisiana and south Ar
kansas; tracts from 40 to 1,000 acres. W.
R. Cavett. Hhreveport. La.
FOR SALE or trade 1W acres, relinquish
ment. In rJstancia valley, Torrance county.
New Mexico; deep soil; good level land;
1 to 16 feet to water; some Improvements;
l4i miles from wide-awake town; prtoe
$1,000: would take stock. F. Warnock, Hol
FINE stock and grain farm of 1.210 acres,
coin, alfalfa, wheat lard. In northeastern
Kansas, 110 miles west of St. Joseph, Mo.'
good buildings, abundant, never foiling
spring water; near two giod railroad
towns; $45 per acre; one-half cash, five
years' time on balance. Frank Stetson,
Victor Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
$12 Per Acre
180 acres. 14 miles southeast Chadwlck,
Mo.; 35 acres in cultivation; 80 can be culti
vated; good spring, old log house and
stable; 2.) fenced; some rocks; good grass
land; fruit land.
1 Per Acre
200 acres, 4 miles from Branson, Mo.; B
miles from Gretna, Mo.; BE acres have been
cultivated, 90 acres enn be, cultivated; 2- sats
for log houses; 2 springs; Improvements
These and other tracts bought at fore
closure sales. If they don't suit you write
me what you want.
W. B. SAN FORD, Springfield, Mo.
41 ACRES, near Raytown, nigh and sight
ly; price, Ji0 per acre. John W. Lutiiell,
FOR SALE, at a bargain, 22 acres fine
Improved arm. for tobacco, fruit or dairy.
Inquire of M. Madren, Waldron, Mo.
440 ACRES, fine wblte oak timber; 30
acres in cultivation; log Improvement; fin
est of running water; worth $10 per acre;
for quick cash sale, $5 per acre, title per
fect. C. F. Robertson, 312 Boonville St.,
FRUIT AND POULTRY FARMS
In south Missouri, only $10 per acre, with
$20 caah and $10 per month; no Interest, no
taxes; 20,000 acres In 40 acres or more; 75
per cent level; best Investment on earth;
send $20 and receive contract for deed.
Osage Realty Company, Osceola, Mo.
$120 WILL buy 40 acres; $5 down, $5
monthly; good farming and timbered land
In south Missouri; have lands in ten coun
ties; big list. Address W. B. Williams,
Mount Vernon, 111.
FOR SALE $5 down. $5 monthly, buys
40 acres good timber land near town. Iron
county, Missouri; price $140; title perfect.
Address R. C. Jarrell, Eldorado Springs,
160 acres. 125 miles southeast of Kansas,
City; 100 acres in cultivation, balance timber
and grass; 3-room house, two good barns,
ftno water, on public road, mile to school
and church; only $2,200; part cash, balance
easy; no trade.
202-6 Sheidley Bldg.. Kansas Cltv, Mo.
D. F. Thomas, Sales Agent, Warsaw, Mo.
Must be sold on account of owner's
health; well Improved 320-acre farm 7Vt
mile from towt.; price, J.io per acre; easy
lermii. J. T. Campbell. Litchfield. Neb.
LAND buyeri will "busy tnemselves if
they will only ask Leander Clark of Kear
ney, Neb., for farms he has for sale.
WESTERN REAL ESTATE.
Farm and town property where railroad
right-of-way Is bought through. Kinkald
homesteads. Dry land to come under gov
ernment canal. Don't wait. Address P. O.
Box No. 151, Gerlng, Neb.
Ranch in Nebraska .
2.520 acres, a complete ranch, plenty
water, all good buildings; owner is making
big money on cattle, but wishes to move
to the city in order to get better educa
tional facilities for his children; price,
$30,000: rut Into quarter sections; this land
will soon sell at $26 per . acre.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite G24 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1999.
W nave 106.000 acrea of choice land t
elect from, ranging la price from $6 :
40 per acre. This land Is la the oil and
gaa district and you might get aa oil wU
with your land.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO,
Suite 624 Now York Lite 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 lot to 10,000-acre
tracts in Oklahoma and Texas. E. L. Fos
ter, 311 Culbertson bldg., Oklahoma City,
820 ACRES GOVERNMENT LAND FREE
Advantages of Oregon, a book of 32
pages, explaining what each of the 34 coun
ties Is best adapted for; also the amount
of government land open to homestead on
a map 21x28, showing all new towns and
R. R.. Including eastern and central Ore
gon and counties In different colors, drawn
down to Jan. 1. 1910; latest map In U. S. A.; :
also gives homestead laws and coat of get
ting 320 or 160 acres, and a description of
the state of Oregon In general; mailed for I
25c stamps or coin. Nunnio & Runey, 13 i
Hamilton Bids., Portland. Ore.
ATTENTION, BUYER AND HOME
SEEKER. Deal directly with the man who owns
the ranch. No commission to Real Estate
Agents. I have 160 acres of land suitable
for any kind of fruit, two miles from boat
lat ding, 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 Dlant In trees and balance easily cleared.
Gocd house, small barn. The timber on the
balance of the place will pay for tne clear
ing. About 5 acres of meadow land; and
it's a snap for the party wanting a good
fruit ranch. Price, $75.oO per acre; part
cash and balance easy payments. Address
Victor Marden, The Dalles, Ore. ,
LYMAN county. S. D.. lands, $10 to $2;
per acre. Write ror maps, etc. r. A. Mar- ,
tin. Oacoma, S. I).
' x . I
FOR Information ar.d literature on farm !
land and Irrigated fruit lands Idaho, Ore- I
gon and Washington call on us, or writs '
ua 332 Neville block, Omaha, Neb. Sher
wood Immisratloi. Co.; J. W. Young, local
Six Miles from U. P:
Grass is abundant each year, the buffalo
and gramma kind. Lies In Wyoming Just
beyond your own Nebraska s line. 450 acres
can be farmed. Only $10 per acre; $4 cash,
balance 1, 2, 3 years, 6 per cent. Write nuw
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1002-3-4 N. Y. Life. Omaha, Neb.
7.000 acres of level land in the rain belt
of the Gulf Coast country; three-fourths
prairie; a rich, sandy loam; well drained;
within 3 miles of a county seat town; leas
than 6 miles to 3 other railroad towns; be
tween 3 main lines of railroad and the best
bargain In the coast cowntry.
Will sell on easy terma at 6 per cent in
terest; will not divide.
HI LAND P. LOCK WOOD.
Are you Interested In TexasT If so. send
10 ce. is to put you on our mailing list. We
keep you posted on TexiiS and Texas land
bargains. Tesa Information Bureau, Dept.
C, Cameron. Tex.
SOUTHWEST TEXAS BAROAI.V 240
acres near Taft, finest cotton truck soil;
$30. 320 acre near KliiKsiHe. in proven
artesian belt, fine location; fine clay soil
well adapted for truck or fruit. $35. These
are barxalns. Wm. Henerman. Owner,
REAL ESTATE mitK
FARM AND HANOI I. AMI FOR BALK
1.000 ACRKS best orange, fig. alfalfa land,
Hoiiston-Clalveeton district; HOB cultivated ;
$.,.P"X) Improvements; Idsal; only $-0.00).
For real snaps, 1 Clipplnger, Houston,
S0 00O-ACIIB ranch. Panhandle. Tex., on
R. It.; 50 per cent farm land; all fine pas
ture; fineiy watered; two Improvements;
all well fenced; siding on ranch; $10 per
acre; mortgage $120.ou0; will take $150,010
good K. C. Income; this Is worth the price,
cash. Southwestern Land Co.. (Jiathe, Kan.
ATTENTION. BUYF-i". AND HOME
FEEKEHI We handle all kinds of farms In Oregon
and Washington; large and small tracts;
true descriptions and prices on application.
Oregon Lands Information Bureau. 60S
Board of Trade building, Portland, Ore.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
FOR RENT. ACRE TRACT.
A good 20-acre farm, with three-room
house, barn and other outbuildings, only
mile west of the end of Florence car line.
For quick rental reduced to $200 per vear.
GEORGE & -CO.. lflOl Farnam St.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
FROM own-r. Strictly modern residence,
t or more rooms, large lot, location near
West Farnam, Hurr.ey. Douglaa. Bemls or
Hnnscom park. Would consider double
house. Give lull particulars. Addreae U
WE HAVE BUYERS FOB
$. ( and 7-rooru houses. If prlcea are rlgbt
we can sell your property for you.
NOWATA UN'U AND LOT CO..
Suite 624 N. T. Life Bldg
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONET TO LOAN-Payn Investment Co.
WANTED City loans. Patera Trust Co.
$100 to $10000 made promptly. F. XX Wead.
Weal Bldg.. ISth and Farnam.
LOWEST RATEfr Bernta. Brandeis Bldg.
WANTED City loans and warrant.
Farnam Smith Co.. 1320 Farnam Su
tsoo to $5,?00 on bomea Id Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co.. lOut N. T. Life. Douglas
or A 2151
ITIVli PER CENT MONET
o ioan on
Omaha buslneas property.
Room 1. New York Life Vldg.
Are safe, pay good intercut, cause you no
worry. If you have money to loan, se us,
as we have on hand a number of good
mortgages, bearing 0 pr cent interest. We
have one of $2,400, another of $4,000, one" of
$8,600. and one at $S.100. These are secured
by good farms in the North Platte valley.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO..
Southeast Corner of 15th and Farnam.
LOANS to home owners and borne build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
W. H. THOMAS.
603 First National Bank Bldg.
OARVIN BROS.. $1$ N. T. Life, $500 ta
$200,k4 on improved property. ' No delay.
BRICK bldg., Lincoln paying $1,800 an
nually; price, $110,000 all clear. Owner will
exchange for clear land priced right. Give
full description firRt letter. Harry H. Cul
ver, 800-S10 N, Y. Life.
WELL ESTABLISHED. GOOD PAYING
Business in 8.000 Nebraska town; price.
$3,000; will . trade for Omaha Improved or
acres near Omaha. i
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg. . Red 1999.
FOR EXCHANGE Improved farm in
eastern Nebraska for stock of general merchandise.-
Address Box 216 Central City,
Neb. '' '
WE handle exchanges of properties of
merit. HARRY L. CULVER, 809-810 N. Y.
Life Bldg. .Phone D. 7865.
FOR SALB Or trade, one Dempster hy
draulic well machine and one Truess' bor
ing machine, both in good condition. Ad
dress P. O. Box 650, Blair, Neb. -
Yon Want a Farm
the other fellow wanta city property or
stock of goods. We wan: tne commission.
Send us full description In first letter and
we will get you a trade.
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldz. Red 1999.
WANTED Sjr'j UA DONS
WANTED Position as meat cutter by
single man experienced and of good habits.
Can furnish best of reference. Address
Nick Madden, Great Bend, Kan.
WANTED By young man. place to worn
for hourd while Mndin. lnv!eV enllegA
When you want what you want when you
want It. say so through The Bee Want
" iiT 7
wear longer and
ride easier than
others. They are
put on exclusively
We do "Wagon
ing and General
Wli B! IM"
S. W. Corner
10th and Jones Streets.
Phone Douglas 337
O. A. UNDQUEIT CO., PS PAXTOK BLK.
MAX MORRIS. X", BROWN BLOCK.
Teung man'a fashionable
tailor. 411-1$ Paxtos Blk.
RUFFNER TAILORING CO . 824 S. 15th St.
V. iAtJVIlLiN Theater Building.
FKILLED labor commands high wage
and good craftsmanship Justifies It. Fee
J. A. KERVAN. bod-ilO Brandeis Bldg.
"llARRY MARTIN. R. 19. u7s. Bank BldT
Til? TT"CJ5lVG Suits, Tuxedos, full dress
J, ikiiiu Suit
slightly used, bought
216 N. 17th St. Doug-
and sold. Fcldman,
las S12S. A 2G3U.
DERBY WOOLEN MILLS
$15 and $18 Suits to Order
101 So. 15th BL
T II K OLD
Suits to order.
Sioux City and Omaha. Still sticking to
Sioux City, where other Omahans have
failed. See me :.t 10 N. lGlh St., opposite
WANTED TO BUY
F.EST prices for furniture and stoves. D.
1556; A-4353. N. Y. Repair Shop, 1117 Dodge.
QUICK Second-hand henrso. Must be
fine. Send photograph; give lowest cash
price. Address Y 235, care Bee.
BEST price psld for second-hand furni
ture, carpet, clothing and auoea. 11
I buy, sell and exchange secondhand
goods, Sol. ROSENBERG, lul S. 14th. D. 6K8i
BALTIMORE 2d-hand store pays best price
for 2d-hand furniture, clothes, etc. D. 42U.
Second band clothing, party, afternooa
grease. Jolin Feldman. D 312$. Iiid. A-M4.
GOOD PRICE for ssccod-hand clothes,
boa and furniture. ktCLNER. Doug. b40L
BEST price paid for furniture and stoves.
Tel. D. 1556. A-4363. N. Y. Repair shop,
BEST PRICES paid for second-hand fur
niture, carpet, stoves, clothe, hoe. Tel.
NEB. FURNITURE CO. pay best prices
for household goodr. 520 N. 16th. Red 8713.
WANTED To buy, second-hand Incuba
tors, hot air preferred. 'Phone Douglas
JUST opening business; best price paid for
furniture, stoves, etc. Douglas 1560, A-43o3.
6 or 8-room cottage In good location.
P. O. Nielsen, 70S N. Y. Life Bldg.
WANTED TO RENT
We Are Getting Numerous Calls
for house, all sizes. List with u.
NOWATA LAND LOT CO..
624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1999.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Real estate transfers for March 31, 1910,
furnished bv the Midland Guarantee and
Trust company, bonded abstracters, 1714
Farnam St. Tel. Douglas 266.
H. Olson and wife to A. D. Avers, lot
3 and 4. block 23. Halcyon Heights... 60)
South Omaha Land Co. to Nel J.
Skeaman. lot 7. block 139. South
Julia I. Havemeyer to McCague In
vestment Co.. lot 8. block 48. and
L. M. Groin to L. G. Leslie lot 1.
block 90. Dundee Place 1,000
McCasue Investment Co. to Harry
White, lot 8, block 48, city, and strip 80,300
George r . Morion et al. to M.
(Jeesmnn nMUX ft. of elOO ft. of lot
16, Bartletf add 4,200
I. Mai'Dnnald to- Thomas SDellman.
lots 11 and 12, block 8, Bedford Place t,6
M. K. Brown to R. E. Wlnkelman,
lot 8, biock 1, Koster's add.. 350
I. S. Leavitt and wife to O. M. Drew,
lot 3, block 110. Dundee Place 2
J. E. Smith to H. C. Jonnson, 42 ft.
of lot S, block 1, Patrick's 3d Sara
M. O. Headley and wife to E. A. Tait,
lot 6, block 2, Olencoe Place 625
L. A. Christiansen and wife to E. N.
Kenney, lot 7, Rustln's add 1
E. N. Kenney to B. Chi Dtlansen, saxa 1
Hastings Heyuen to Kinma Brug-
mann, e45 ft. of lot 12, block 19, Cen
tral Park J0
George P. Healy and wife to Lora
Power, lots 11, 12 and 13, block 15,
Bedford Place 1
James D. Standlsh and wife to K. W.
Hlckok and wife, lot 21, block 95,
Dundee Place 850
William 8. Heaton to William A.
Haberstroh, lots 9 and 10, block 3,
Brlggs' Place 500
Merriam & Holmquist Co. to Missouri
Pacific Railway Co., part of 8w4
of se4, 3-16-13 6,000
A. R. Pardun and wife to William
Turner, lot 9. Clifton Place 200
Alfred Thomas and wife to Carl J.
Nclaon, lot 23, block 8, Creighton's
1st add 750
Fred S. Hadra and wife to Hllbert
Omel, lot 8, block 1, Jlltchcock a 1st
add. .. 1
F. Wedmore to H. Hansen, n43 ft. of
lots 4. 6 and 6. block 9, Baker Place. 2.025
M. Peck and husband to A. T. Nel
man, lot 8, block 131, South Omaha. 2.000
Rose E. Ralph and husband to A. B.
Cain and wife, lot 12. block 3,
Drake's add 3.100
A. T. Ayers and wife to Hilda Olson,
e'i of lot 6, block 7, Isaac & Selden's
A. L. Reed and Frank W. Foster,
executors, to A. Llndholm and Oscar
Olson, olO ft. of lots 13, 14 and 15,
Wlnche's subd 6.0
A. Llndholm and wife to Oscar Olson,
PROPOSALS FOR CAVALRY, ARTIL
lery and Saddle HorscH: Office of the
Quartermaster, Kansas City, Mo.. March
Lo, l'JIO. Sealed proposals, In triplicate,
will be received at this office until 11
o'clock A. M.. April 30, 1910. and then opened
In the presence of attending bidders for
furn shlng 300 Cavalry Horses, liS Artil
lery Horses and 2.1 Saddle Horses for
Mountain Batteries, for delivery at Kansas
City? Mo., or other prominent railroad
points. The L'nltfd States reserves the
right to accept or reject any or all bid or
any part thereof. Blank forms and nil
Information can be hadh upon application
ti this office. Envelopes containing pro
posals to be marked "Proposals for
llorss." and addressed to "Capta n Klrby
Walker, Quartermaster." A -1-2-4-5-28-29
hayshed-war department. OF-
i flee of the Constructing Quartermaster,
; Fort Crook, Nebraska, March 14, 1910.
i Sealed proposals, .in triplicate, will be re-
celved at this office until 11 a. m., April 4,
i 1910, and then publicly opened, for the
construction of one Hayshed at Fort Crook,
Nebraska. Certified check or surety com
pany's guarantee for 10 per cent of bid
must accompany each proposal. Proposals
' must be made on the forms to be obtained
at this office. Plana and specifications may
1 be seen by intending bidders at the office
of the Chief Quartermaster, Department of
the Miosouri, Omaha, Nebraska, and at
tills office. Necessary blank forms and full
Information furnished upon application
here. The I'nited States reserves the right
to reject any or all bids. Envelope con
taining proposals must be indorsed "Pro
poritla for Haysiied, Fott Crook, Nebraska,"
and addressed to First Lieutenant G. H.
I White, Constructing Quartermaster.
CONSTRUCTING QUARTET-MASTER H
I office. Fort Des Moines, Iowa, March
. 24, 1910. Sealled proposals, In triplicate, w ill
1 be received here until $ p. ni.. standard
time. April 28, 1910, and then opened, for
I r surfacing certain macadam roads at Fort
Des Moines, Iowa approximately 44.0u0
square yards. Blank forms, plans and sped
j ficatlons and full Information obtained at
j this office. A deposit of $6 required for
drawings and specifications; deposit will be
I refunded on return of drawings here. The
: I'nited Slates reserves the right to reject
I or accept all proposal or any part thereof.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
indorsed "Proposals for resurfacing roads
and addressed Constructing Quartermaster
- Fort Des Moines. Iowa. MlOAl 2 22 23 26
When you want what you want when
.you want It, ay so through Tha Be Want
Ad column. - .
PRINTING off ice Chief Quartermsster
Omaha. Nebraska. March 5. 1910 Scaled
proposals, In triplicate, fur furnishing such
printing and niaierlals therefor as tuav be
required by lleadquartei s Department of
the Missouri, Omaha, Nebraska, during the
fiscal year ending June 30, mil. will be
received here until 10 a. m . April 8. 1910.
nd then opened. Information furnished on
application. Envelope containing propni
als should he endorsed "Proposals for
Printing." and addressed to Major IV K.
McCarthy. C. Q. M. M 7 9 a 1-2-4
RAILWAY TIME CARD
V NIOS ITTIU. Teatk and Blase,
Pan Fran. OVrld Ltd,
Chi. 4V Jap. Fst Mall,
$ 16 a. in.
4. ID p. in.
M 30 p. in,
1:46 p m.
k:45 a in.
$: P. 0
8:40 p. nt,
12 : 0 a. m.
T:f a. m.
00 p. ra.
4:46 P. 10.
10:30 a. nk
:M p. m.
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Oregon' Express 4 00 p in.
Oregon-Wash. Ltd 12:40 p.m.
Denver Special 6 47 a. m.
Colorado Special 114p. m.
Colorado Express i 60 p. rr.
North Plate Local 8 15 a. to
Grand Island Local.... 6 X9 p. to.
Lincoln-Beat. Local. ..12:41 p. in.
Val. Cen. City Ix;l .. 11:41 p m.
Chicago, lieelk la Inn a Taol
Rocky Mountain Lt6....a 7:41 am
Chicago Day Express.. a 6 6S am
Des Moines l.ocar a 4:00 pm
Iowa Local bll):Al tn
Chicago-Eastern Exp.. .a 4 40 pm
Chicago-Nebraska Ltd a 6. OS pm
for Lincoln a $:2S am
Coio. and Cal. Exp 1:26 pin
Okla. and Texas Exp... a 8:30 pm
Booty Mountain Ltd...al0:4ti pta
, , Leave.
Chicago Expresa a 7:00 am
Chicago Limited a 0:00 pm
M inn.-; it. Paul Kxp....b 7:00 am
Minn. -St. Paul Ltd a b.tM pm
O nuha-Ft Dodge Loc.b 4:15 pin
Cleloagei Jt North vr-attr
Omaha Express a 7:00 are
Chicago iocai ili:iii nm-
a 4:30 pru
alZ to pro
b 9:65 pa
a :0: am
a 8:17 p o
a 4 pta
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Colorado-Chlcago a i:2u pm
Pacific Coast-Chicago.. . i.Os pm
Lo Angel Limited. ...a l:lu pm
Overland Limited all:4o pm
Denver Special a!2:4i am
Carroll Local a :M pm
Twin City Express a 7:60 am
Sioux City Local a 4:4 pm
Minn. & Dakota Kxp...a V.oo pu
'l'wlo City Limited a 9:00 pm
Lir.coln-Chadron a 7:50 am
Norfolk-Bonstell a 7:60 am
Long Fine-So. Platte... b 2:15 pm
Hastings-superior b ii.lo pm
Dead wood-Hot Spga a 3:56 pm
Casper-Lander a 1.65 pm
Fremont-Albion b ii.M pui
K. C. and St. L. Ex....a :40 am a $:JS am
K. C. and St L. lix.
(lv Sat 12 p. m all:13 pm a 6.30 pm
Chlcatru, alilwaalte St. Paal
Overland Limited all:41 nra
Omaha-Chicago Exp.. ..a 7:15 am
Colorado Special a 7:67 am
Colo. -California Exp a :00 piu
Perry-Omaha Local b 6:15 pm
Chicago Great Wester
Chicago LlmlUci a 5:0$ pm
Twin City Limited a 1:30 pm
Twin City Expresa a 8.00 am
a 1:00 am
a 9:30 am
a 8:26 pm
a 8:00 am
a 3:4i pm
a 9:0 pm
a 9:25 am
Oraaba-St. l-oul Exp. .a 6:30 pm
Mall and Express a 7: JO am
Stanberry Local (from
Council Bluff?) b 6:00 pm
Dl'lltlNCTOS BTATlOiiTeath aa
Denver and California,
puget Sound Expre..
Chicago Fat Express .
St. Louis Express
K. C. and St. Joseph...
K. C. and St. Joseph...
K. C. & St. JOBeoh
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a 4:10 pn
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WEBSTER TAT10P Fifteenth
Auburn Local b:50pm bl?10pn
Chlcagro, St. l'aol. Minneapolis
Kloux City Express b 2:00 pm bll :45 am
Omaha Local cG:20pm
eioux City Passenger b 9:20 pm
Twin City Passenger b 6:30 am
gioux City Local e t'3f am
Six Memorable Days at Sea
New York to Hovr-Prls
Twin Berew Express Steamora typifying la
every appointment the height of ocean luxury,
sail Thursdays, 10 A. M. Trains direct to Pans or
and safety wlreless.snbinarlne bell system.
La Lorrnlne, Apr 7 La Lorraine, May S
La Provence. Apr 14 La Savole, May "12
La Touralne. Apr 21La Provence. Mtiy 19
Additional sailings at 2d cabin price al
ternate Snturdav by popular one class
stear.iera $4S to $62. B0.
J. B. BZTROLDS, 1303 rarnam Bt.
W. . EUUl, agl. aa. m a..
H. O. SHIELDS, 1C01 Parnam St.
LOTTOS NEEBE, Flrat National Bank.
All Modem Safety Device tWireless. etc.)
London-Pa ris- Hamburg
Kl'n A Vie. Apr. !Amirlk Apr; t)
i . U noon .I'res. Ornt....My 4
niu.chr '. Apr. 21 Hfnrnrlv.nl. ..M.y 11
Frw. Lincoln... Apr !J ."lira! W.ld.iiee.M.r 1
Clncinnail Apr. 21
hm-i.iuui. s Cart RnUur.nt.
H.mbur direct N.w.
Tonri.t ll.pl. lor Trip, g'.rywn.r
Hamburg-American line, 45 B'way, . T.
or local Agent
BLESSING'S NUPTIALS BLESSED
Nevada Mining; Engineer and Brook
lyn (ilrl Meet In Omaua
Thursday to Marry.
While Gay P. Hlesslng, a mining engi
neer, traveled eact to Omaha, another train
headed In the oppoclte direction was bring
ing hither MIks Ella (iarland of Brooklyn,
N. Y. The two had chosen Omaha an a
good half-way meeting place for their wed
ding. Asked If he had ever been married and
divorced, Blessing admitted the charge, but
produced a copy of a decree which shuwed
that the divorce wa granted In Jai.uary
last year. The former Mrs. Blessing got
the decree on the ground of non-suppoi t.
There Is no cough medicine so popular
as Foley's Honey and Tar. It never falls
to cure coughs, colds, croup and bron
chitis. For sale by all druggists.
J. C. STUBBS 0M SAD MISSION
Take Body of Ma Daoahler from
Keno to Chicago for
Traffic Manager John C. Htubbs of t'ie
Union Pacific parsed through Omaha
early Thursday morning on a special tra:n
bearing the body of hi daughter, Beulah,
the divorced wife of John Sunderland, a
democratlo national committeeman from
Nevada. The young woman tiled In" Reno,
Nev., Saturday and her body wa taken to
Chicago, the family home, for burial.
WESTERN UNION BUSY WEST
Will Eitfnd Facilities and Chiefs
Look Over Ground.
J. C. NELSON WITH THEM ON T0UB
Meet Brook. Hall sal Cook
Goea Over Territory i See
Where Improvement I to
J. C Nelson, superintendent of the West
ern I'nlon Telegraph company, has Just re
turned from a trip of several day through
the southern part of his district, comprle
ing Oklahoma and Kansas, meeting the
new high officials of his company, who)
were passing through that ectlon of tb
The principals of the parly were Ti. J.
Hall, chairman of the executive oommtttee;
B. Brooks, general manager, both of New
York, and T. P. Coolt, general superintend-,
ent at Chicago. Mr. Hall Is also vice presi
dent of the American Telephone and Tele
The object of the trip was to perfect a
closed co-operation and traffic arrangement
In the wet between the Western TTnloB
and Bell Telephone aystems, the Idea being
to develop the service so that at any time
of the day or night, from any telephone, a
message can be Bent to any part of the
world y the Joint use of telephone, tele
graph and cable wires, and an answer re
ceived promptly at the sending point with
out the neceselty of the ender moving
from his office or hi home, the (tender to
have the coat of the service collected at the
end of the month when the telephone In
strument rental Is paid.
Mr. Hall and Mr. Brook both emphasised
on the trip that the telephone and tele
graph companies will continue In the fu
ture, as In the past. e pa rate and distinct
Mr. Nelson will leave next week for Chi
cago and New York for a further confer
ence with higher officials of the company
regarding the above and various other mat
ters, but say he expect that Mr. Hall. 4
Mr. Brooks and Mr. Cook will visit Omaba ,
soon In order to complete detAtin of the '
traffic arrangement described with the Ne
braska Telephone company and also with
the view of personally looking Into the
general telegraph situation at Omaha and
Its tributary territory and to arrange for
needed Improvements and extension.
Open at 5 A. M.
Concession is Made by Postmaster
Thomas to Business Houses from
. April 1 to November 1.
Uncle Sam. In the person of Postmaster
Thomas, will have his' postoffice open
every morning at 5 o'clock, from April 1
to November 1. This concession I made for
the accommodation of business houses that
want to get their mall aa early In the
day as possible. It will be available for
those only having lock boxes.
Postmaster Thomas does not promise to
bo on hand himself, at that unseemly hour,
but will have his big front doors open.
Watch for the Comet.
The Red Dragon of the sky. Watch the
children for spring cough and cold. Care
ful mothers keep Foley's Honey and Tar
In the house. It is the best and safest
prevention and cure for croup where the
need I urgent and Immediate relief a vital
necessity. Contains no opiate or harmful
drugs. F-efvise substitute. For sal by
UNIONS ASK APPOINTMENT
OF EXPERT ON COURT HOUSE
Want Inspector of Steel Construction
Pot On, hot Conntf Board ,
Seems to Object.
The Board of County Commissioner, sit
ting Thursday In committee of the whole,
heard an appeal from Andrew J. Donahoe,
president of Central Labor Union, and other
trades union members for the appointment
of a special Inspector of steel construction
on the court house building.
The committee did not take formal action,
but three members Commissioners Plckard,
Bedford and Grant expressed themselves
as opposed to the proposition, which la
therefore likely to be voted down.
Fred Brunlng came to bat with his un
failing motion to refer to a committee and
delay action. Commissioner Trainor was
not present. John I.atenser, architect of
the building, was at the meeting.
Before the committee of the 'whole sat,
a regular meeting of the board was held, It
being the last day of the month. Pay rolls
wero approved and a number of claims
A resolution was approved appointing
Albert A. Maxwell Justice of the peace In
Benson precinct, to fill a vacancy. A
score of residents of the neighborhood had
petitioned for Mr. Maxwell' appointment
VERDANT INNOCENTS IN COURT
Two Young Sailor Lad Ignorant of
Vernacular and Thereby Gala
Discharge from Jadgre.
"Are you 'vags'? asked Judge Crawford
of Phillip McCauley and Roy Trowbridge,
two young men who appeared before him
charged with being vagrant. '
'"I don't know whether we are 'vgs or
not," answered McCauley. "We came from
St. Joveph and have Just enlisted In the
navy, and we don't know what 'vags' are.
We could not rind anything In the exam
ination that would make us think we art
vags', but maybe we are, and will find It
out after we get on the bounding main."
"Oun't you know what a vagrant UT"
asked the Judge.
"No lr," answered the twain.
"Well, such Innocence Is an indication
that the United Plate may teach you
something and rather than take a chanc
on spoiling the career of two probable ad
mirals, I will let you go."
And at that every on In the court room
had to admire the earnest innocence of
the youths. ...
BANK CLEARINGS STILL GAtoN.
dhow Nearly glK.OOO.OOO More fa'' j
Y W ft. I , ff
' ' " ' - - " m iMmn nun
Month la lfl.
Omaha' bank clearings are continually
on the Jump, a I shown by a comparison
of the total for the month of Msrrh this
year with In same period a year ago,
which shows a remarkable Increase of $17.
(91,940.46. The total amount of clearings for
the month Just end.-d amounts to $R9.K1,
m.32. while the figures for March, 1909. :
were $7l.76S,302 St. The bank clearings for
the week ending March XI were $K0tt,
$19 49, and for the corresponding period a 1
year ago were 13.811.$99.11