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F. H. Drake,
j-nooM, WAI,KI.0 DISTANCE.
West Farnam district mo, lei n except
nea.L ; lot 4ixll.i; pi ice. $.-.Tl. t-asy terms
NOWATA UNI) AM' Ulf TO .
Hull e.4 N. Y. Lif Bldg. hed. 1:9V
'.V. U. JE.V'EN. biillda homes rleht; plan
fuiniined. iJl Kpalduig. I el Web
o jTuom cott a ( i
Ml CaUlK'ell ., a tieal and well built ' .
cniiage of 5 rooms. iilcll all modern, in- Kl Ht S A LK I niprov eil mock, grain and
chiding a furnace; aoinh-fiont loi, noxloT ft. i chicken farina; close C hicago. C. H. Mar
Tt.ere la loom to loilld another coitase lie- 'pai ai,-o, Ind
a de the one already built. I he on.r , ,
anxlotia to aell it once and will be pleased : Idak.
lo aliow you thiough anv eening. as be1
Uvea theie, or vie will mow you tnrougn
any time during the day.
HASTINGS & 11KYDKX,
1(114 llatney J-l.
1U-;ST 110MK BAKGAIN3
UN EASIEST TEH MS
A vety pretty new home. t-rooin inodern,
full lot, high, slKhtly location, convenient
lo car, n. w. pai t of city; owner nays eell
it ones and reduce price lo J,MJ0.
ihoice k-room murjciu bourne, full lot,
In'Ke Mhsde ami im.,
rear ;d antl laenport. !.7j".
i)ood 6-rooin cnttaiie, closet, aewcr, water,
H.hoo; ui cash, 1d per mo.
JiLSSELL & McKlTKICK CO.,1
4-2 i;u m,,. ,-,1, jp,j :
RW BUK- Ulh and llai ney.
Buy a nearly new, all modern 6 room
house, near Crelguton college; house!
only three years old. aouth front lot,
close to two good car lines. Price re
duced from $3,000 to $2,700. Owner
leaving tovn and must sell.
J. W. HASP CU.,
680-81 Brandefs Bldg.
Doug. 1653; A-2653.
On and ona-half acres. unimproved
south front, high and sightly location; i'M
cash, fS monthly.
. PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Ttilrd Floor. Ware Klock.
liaise Chickens and Garden.
We have an Ideal property for this pur
pose located at S418 Patrick Ave., three lots,
south front, lota ot fruit, plenty of garden
room, fine shade, chicken house, with a
good on-atory, 6-room house, city water,
electrle light. In good repair. Price reduced
to $2,200. See ua quick.
Tayne, Bostwick & Slater,
Sole Agents. - v 601 Ji. Y. Life Bldg.
fl-room, new bungalow with oak floora,
eleotrlo light, everything right up-to-date,
2340 So. 3oth St. Price $2,650, small pay
ment down, balance monthly.
Payne, Bostwick & Slater,
Bole Agents, 601 N. Y. Life Bldg.
South front lot on Lucas St.,
near Burnham, 50xl2S feet; for
sale on easy payments $5.U0
down and $5.00 a month.
Tel. Harney 3070 after 6 P. 31.
Jflth: ehort distance south of Farnam;
one of the best flat locations In Omaha,, or
will aell single lot.
3SHvCrilcano, large east front lot. paved
street, concrete walks; very cheap.
Z corner lots, concrete walks, shade trees,
a genuine snap at $6o0.
On Davenport, large lot on grade, $660;
can't equal it for the price.
Nowata Land & Lot Co., Suit (24 N. T.
Life Bldg. Ked luw.
SIS N. T. Life.
LOTS IN FLORENCE
East slope, high ground, fine view, large
lots, within 2 blocks of street car. only 1300
each, $10 cash, 110 a mouth. Have some :l
blocks from car for $175 each, ii cash, 5
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St.
FOR SALE New modern up-to-date 7
room bouse, best you ever saw for the
money, 12.600; 100 cash and S25 a month.
W. R. Homan, 226 Board of Trade.
FARM AND HAMCIt UNU FOR IALS9
76.000 acres of Irrigated land; 21.000 acres
old alnce last March. SjO.OO an acre with
a perpetual water right. Easy terms. To
tie advanced 110.00 sin acre May 1. The
moat attractive Irrigated project ever de
veloped, la located in the aau Luis valley
COSTILLA IRRIGATED LAND CO.,
Ka. ltttt Champa. Street, Denver, Colo.
320-A CUE mountain ranch; 100 acres ir
rigated; ten-room house, hot and cold
water; daily mail; telephone; large open
ange fur mock. ,.ioo. How aid 1. Russell.
Fort Collins. Colo.
440 a., well Improved, on Moffat road, li
in. from P. O.; lo a. In timothy, some native
bay; aw a. timber; fine pasture; would han
dle. 100 head slock; adjudicated water rigm;
attractive buildings; 1 in. of trout stream
through ranch; good resort location; fullv
equipped with implements, tools, etc. ; tele
phone; five head atock. Price, for all.
111,500. part cash, balance easy terms. Box
s, Tabernash, Colo.
FOR SALE Fruit lands at farm prices tn
Arkansas Valley, between Canon City antl
rueuio, cuio., ironi ii.mi to ijj per acre. A
fortune to be made in buying large tracts
and retailing. Orchards In Canon City, at
I he entrance of Royal Uorge. are valued
at S260 to ll.oOO per acre. Come out and be
convinced. Sam Brown. Jr., A Hon., 3'4
Central Block. Pueblo, Colo., or U Maiu
St., Canon City. Colo.
tXJLOKAtKl LAND FOR BALM
ANut S0.64O acres of good land, mostly
smooth and rolling, floe soil, to b aold In
oe body, 1 to fti miles east or Denver on
ta Union Paclfio H. R. south of Waialna
. Bennett and oirausburg. xals tract Ilea
close to above towns. The land ta alt
need ana many times cross-fncd. Other
Improvements: House, barns, boa, cor-
, raU, private talapuon. etc Good alfalfa
and bay laud; suae spring and other water
ings. Sxlr good proposition for sub
dividing or colonising. No agenta nd ap
piy. Buy direct from owner. No Ait CANx,
we Oieunrui Piaue. Duvr, tJulo.
FOR SALE Fin summer resort hotel,
with barroom; excellent oportunity for a
bustler; also nw, spacious dancing pavil
ion attached; large water frontage and
beautiful oak grove with plenty of land
surrounding th whol plac; best business
proposition aver offered; prlc very low.
Jos. 8. Haas, Waucooda, III.
FOR SALE MS acres In Leo County,
Florida, citrus fruit Uad for Slock of gen
oral merchandise. Writ John Duncan,
! REAL ESTATE !
f HIM AM) IcVXIl I.AMJ (OH MIKjFAHM A Mi 11 I.U n I.AM. I-OR at IK
Illinois I onltnnfH.
FOIL AI.I. ls--r.fi lirfUf, I 1 lots In Wi!- ,
on ? f iL-ii i uit. ii., ami up;
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pi uv t'int-riif, liu.Jd location. M'-mi line ri rn- ,
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(.filing: 11 tiaiftaui; a." x r acie. .i it. rAii.LI and nutsiur, I nave to.
rui ,e i-iuoiu house nil I tie shore ot e' in oanny toti.n. i-uum i mi.uu, cie'icc
h 1 ik ijiku, ft I Mule 1 1 1 011 luce, nicely ! ue' ueu: inua 11 kiii u lo t.u pi r net e . ui.
located (r i"iiiiimer 1 tideM.e. II.. "W. Jos. j1"""" "le ' i-i-'ifc, ii.wan.i iiiui n.c ia..
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' unutr (.'liiiaL.Oii. PaiMLv' parkuie land
aiid liinoei ianj. beaut. fill gruxes
or limner. i lie lai in ooinrs on
j nea in 1 1 nl lAkcr; this Kould luaUe an Ideal
si. miner home lor I mcagu people; ran g.ve
lnnnpu:ale poyrBion ol on ei of build
inxn, n.ce notice of een room; two
sn.ail hank carnh. anil ipce orcharU. Will
ell for ln ci v low juice of tii.ijou. U. M.
nvi Klkhai t. ind.
..,, SA I : - Ii riaaied farms and i anches i
'south of .-nake river and Lirtineau valley,
Boulnein loalio, from JtU to I) per acre;
i fine fruit and alfalfa country; also In-
formation lor homestead and desert en-
' tilts. Harry VVatklns, Ho 11
, IT.iR SAI.K 1SM acres farm, timber.
and mineral land in ht. Uouia county,
Minnesota; timber aluno woiili more than
I ttie price, only $4.50 p( r acre; half cash,
liaiame eagy paymenla. Wnla Alfred
Johnaou. Creston, la.
FOR 5AI.E-iii,.,e bargains; 240 acres
Casa coiiniy. Minnesota, Kit! acre; ltiti
ar f fcheI nla1 couiuy. Kan., K50 acre;
I'v acrea cneyenne county, naneas, acn;.
fcjfect titles. I'uil patticulars on applica
tion. K. M. Uettesworih, Cedar Kaplds, la.
h'tili SAl.K-tienulne Kansas bargains:
Xi, 1-IO-;(7, Sherman county. $.o0 acie;
also HWt) IW-l-T, Cheyenne county. acre.
Perfect titles. II. Uettesworth, Cellar llap
FOR HALE 23.0HO acres Kansas land at
$10 per acre; the ues colonisation proposi
tion in the t'nited States, or to hold as an
Investment; 6.000 to 10.000 acrea aubirrigated
alfalfa land can be retailed at $20 per acre
In one year; no trades. Address K. K.
Spurgeon, Olathe, Kan.
FOR .VALK Choice quarters in alfalfa In
the famous "Shallow Water Valley" of N.
Finney Co., Kan., for sale In number to
suit purchaser. For Information and prices
address 11. C Hopper, Garden City, Kan.
FINELY IMPROVED FARMS,
$20 PER ACRE
All rented, paying fiom 10 to 22 per cent
rent. Best alfalfa in the world. Easy terms.
If not as represented, will return your
XOWATA INI A. LOT CO.,
024 N. Y. Life Bldg. "Phone, Red 1999.
We are offering for sale a limited number
ot 10-acte peach orchards of bearing age
In the famous Koshkonong Peach District
of Missouri. These orchards are located In
the very heart of the Koshkonong peach
belt, lt miles from the railroad station.
Each ten acres contains about 1,600 El
berta Peach Trees of full bearing age. The
trees are now in bud and If given proper
care and cultivation will yield a heavy crop
this season. W are offering these orchard
tracts at a very low price and on easy
terms. Write for free Illustrated literature,
price, terms, eic. Midland Farm and Land
Co., 02 Fleming Bldg., Des Moines, la.
FOR SALE Land and Improved farms.
Best southeast Missouri land and
farms, forty to BOO acres; from $15 to $45
per acie; easy terms. Write and tell us
what you want. We can suit you. Booklet
free. F. Grum Realty Co., Neelyvllle, Mo.
GALATA, Mont., Land Land Land I
have several well improved ranches for sale
(deeded land), fenceu, houses, barns, partly
irrigated, raising the finest kind of alfalfa,
com, all kinds of grain and vegetables;
limber on pari of fauns; a beauluul river
running through the land, a splendid place
for small game and fishing; it Is Ideal farm
land. In an ideal climate, in tne finest state
tn the union. Land in any aize tract you
want. Prices from 10 to lo per acre. Good
relinquishments for sale, close to town. Lois
for sale at price3 thai will be doubled In a
very short while, and In a town the grow
ing of which is phenomenal. Still some
good homesteads left within ten mllea of
town. Write me for particulars. The T. D.
Williams Real Estate Co., Galala, Mont.
LANDS for sale In the rich Membres
valley, bat gains in deeded lands, relinquish
homestead and desert claims; also cattle
and ranches for sale. It won't pay you
to locate elsewhere until you Investigate
what wo have. Write for booklet. It will
li teirst you. Address Deming Heal Estate
Commission & Purchasing Co., Deming.
r arm "bargain.
Must be aold on account of owner'a
heaitn; well Improved nzo-acr farm 1
mllea from town, price, per acre; easy
Urma. J. X. CampDeli, Lucnfleld. Neb.
LAND buyers will busy themselves if
tbey will only ask Leander Clark ot Kear
ney. MeD., lor lariua he lias for sale.
FOR SALE Quarter-section of good un
improved land, 14 miles west of Alliance,
on main road. Owner, Virgil Smith, Alli
WESTERN REAL ESTATE.
Farm and town property where railroad
right-of-way is bought through. Kiukaid
homesteads. Dry land to coma under gov
ernment canai. Don't walu Address P. O.
Box Iw. l&l, tiering, Neb.
300 acres good pasture, good running
water and good shaue. First farm west
of Flurence, north side of C. St. P. M. A O.
CARL F. S. SORENSON,
'Phone Florence 410.
MAKE yourself Independent. An Oregon
apple orchard tract ot 6 or 10 acres will do
it. We aell exceptionally tin apple land
planted to standard commercial apple trees
tor 1260 per acre. One-fifth down, balance
2 per cent a month until paid. This land
has a deep loam aoil, in rain belt, needing
no Irrigation. On R. It., school, church,
stores, nee mail delivery and all conveni
ences. Write for booklet, facts, location,
eic. Oregon Apple Orchard Co., Port
OKLAHOMA map. circulars and price
list on farms, sent on ieques'..
Ira Stout, Cushing, Old.
W have lOU.O'JO acre of choice land to
select from, rangina" in price from $6 to
$40 per acre. This land Is in the oil and
gas district and you might get an oil well
with cur land.
NOW ATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suit 24 New York Lif Bldg.
FOR SALE-Souih Dakota lands. li to
$40 per acre, near town. For booklefT map
and prices on the most, best and cheapest
addres L. L- iiagaman, Pukwar.a, Brule
county, S. D.
SOUTH DAKOTA LAND Th rush is on
for Stanley county land; aeevral new line
of railroad now building In th1 county.
Buy now and double your money tn th
next two years Choice land selling at
from $12 to $1$ per acre. For maps and In
formation writ to Felland Really Co., Ul
False B.dg , altnntapelie, Minn.
ath iMWoli Innltnnfil.
FOR ft ALU . u nr tti.e of m lirm
section iatn. ta urefcui Co., a. ia,
iiik iun, kudu l'ui.iihA i i r ,n,(iti
mead ilox 21, 01. 11,41 it.-?. i.
SKM for hot ot lunu.- ,. .... m,;
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n oei. I.au.l u ,,. uci.um ..1 ..nut i.ni
in imi ei.:4 tuiut. t' ui inloi ui. 1 1 ion wnlr.
lluohun Land Agcn. j, Mm;.iiio. o. I .
KJlt SA1.K I'anliami.e steers and laml; I
IfinHs lit im.l. u.....u t. I'll ..
;i.rti .,.r,. J,, ,. . 1
good I h i tn latins. J cash, iiami.ee payalut.
one-half Hie giaui clop vari. u pel itiu.
Will acci pi lasli payment ai nny time
Sleera as tollows; l.isv 4 una .1 ) ear-ol'iu.
l.uW as, I.lou zk. All dciniined and Iiiku
grade. V . A. Losun Land Co , Armilio,
, vu .
OH A Nil K and fiLr niciiaio. i.av lnim.nu i
pioins. iicmo are tne Ihk money cropa.
run liearina riK end inantte orcnaids eaiu
annually j.t hi .iij an acie. You can
participate In the oik pioli.N made
j.'p, ui ..miiKv iniiiisiiy niuiuui i.'aiii((
unu mange indusi
I'hrougn the medium of the Ac, e-llond s I
Itmiid oy the Ualveslon-lloin'tyii 1.1.. I :n - ;
ban Laud Co. ou cm become, pari ow net
in n co-opeiatie fi; and otanye Kiowinii
company owning ;,uiin acies ot choice Iim
ard orange land, j ne company is ciiiIivhi
niK and planting tre and will callier
and market tne etops. I lie Acre-minus
are nbsolutely fafe. .ml your p to tup, win
be large, the company is compustd uf tne
leattmg biiMnes in.u anu ouuhei.s ul
Texas. Write lotiay for iianusome lilua
trated book explainn.i cinirw pian. u s !r.e.
An.tncan Loan .Muit,,uc v. u., 0i Aiuei
lean Bank BidK., lioua.oii, Ivx.
M1LL1UX acres 'icxas f.choui laud tu;
sale by Hie stale; Sl.M to V per an.-, umy
one-furtteth cash, 40 years uii Ualuitce; 3
per cenl tnttiw.si.; (,uou Hricuttui at laud,
borne dont requiic i tsiueti. t , iciiu tiu cetua
tot lttlO book oi liiNlructlung, -Sew eta-e
Law and description of lauds. J. J. Snyder,
fecnooi i.auil i.ma.oi, uol Loiifcii.s.-t aic,
Austin, itx. Ketereuces, Aunlin Aai. bank.
FOR SALF. If you want a good slock
farm in went Texas, iieur.y l,0uO acres, write
J M. Hai till, Ala no-, Tex.
17,712 ACRES, solid body. Cochran coun
ty, Texas, $10 per acre; S40.0W cash, bal
ance long time; will accept trade up to
$7u.000. Dilllard Marshall Land Co., Lub
FOR SALE Colonization proposition,
tt.OOO acres in a solid body; culuver lands;
near Houston. Tex. Fine fruit, truck, po-
ato and colton lands. Price 17.30 per acre.
John S. Akin, Houston, Tex.
FO"R SALE Historic Virginia estate. 710
acres fertile land; abundant water, timber
boundary; colonial brick dwelling; modern
equipment; glorious views; perfect environ
ment; station near; University of Virginia
6 miles. Price StS.OOO. Illustrated circular.
Free register describing 200 select proper
ties. H. W. Hilleary & Co., Charlottesville,
FOR Information and literature on farm
land and Irrigated fruit lands Iduho. Ore
gon and Washington call on us, or writ
us 332 Neville block. Omaha. Neb. Sher
wood Immigration Co.; J. W. Young, local
POULTRY. Dairy or Fruit Ranches. We
huve anything In the line of ranches, im
proved or unimproved, from SbO per, acre
up, on easy terms, on fine roud, close in,
fine water, on R. F. D., route. Phone ser
vice; fine soil and level, good market, can
furnish buyer with work. James A. O'Xell
FOR SALE Ranch on Colorado and
Wyoming line, consists of 9,600 acres of
grazing and hay land; ranch is now
stocked with cattle and sheep; will gell
ranch wun or witnout stock. For fur
ther particulars apply :o Harry Tat ham
REAL ESTATE WANTED
AVE HAVE BUYERS FOR
5 6 and 7-room houses. If prices are right
we can sell your property for you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.
w must have property listed: we hav
buyers if you want to sell; call us and
man will call. J. W. DEAN & Cu.. 626
New York Life. Phone Douglas 4294.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
ON GOOD NEBRASKA FARMS. BEAR
ING SIX PER CENT. THEY ARE SAFE
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
S. E. Cor. l.ith and Farnam.
WANTED City loans and warrante. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1220 Farnam St.
LOANS to home owners and home build
era, with privilege of making partial pay
W. 1 i. THOMAS.
603 First National Bank Bldg.
I GARVIN BROS.. 31H N. Y. Life, .300 to
$2Ot),000 on Improved property. No delay.
SuOO to $6,000 on homes in Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co., 1003 N. Y. Life, Douglas
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha business property.
Room 1. New York Life Bldg.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F
Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
LOWEST RATES Bemis. Krandeis Bldg.
FIVE 1'KR CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha business property.
THOMAS BKENN AN.
Room 1. New York Lite Bldg.
II.6-ACRQ FARM, adjoining one of th
best towns In Nebraska, una large modern
hous and two smaller ones; orchard.
grove; residences are alt In corporate limit
of town. Barn, chicken house, hog house,
all with city water. Everything mat can
be found on the best Improved farm. Will
lake part income-bearing properly. Prlc
:J,000. Nowata Land & Lot Co., Suit 64
N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1399.
TO EXCHANGE HW acres very choice
Greeley county, Neb.; 100 acres cultivation;
$2.MI acre; mortgage. J.oou; long time ror
stock goods or Income properly. Matner A
Co., Cedar Rapids, ia.
WELL ESTABLISHED. GOOD PAYING
Business In ft. 000 Nebraska town; price,
$3,0U0; will trad for Omaha improved or
acres near Omaha.
ROW7 ATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
8ult 624 N. Y. Lif Bldg. Red 1999.
CLOSED carriage or street hack, landau
let style, but title used, made by Cunning
ham and sold new tor II Out). This carriage
is row worth $600 In cash, but we would
xenang It for horses or for vacant prop
erty or for wetrn land. Johnson, Dan
forth Co.. S. VV. Cor. 10th and Jones Sts.
You Want a Farm
ih other fellow wants city property or
stock ot goods. We want tn commission.
Bend us full description In 111 si Idler and
w will you a trad.
NOWATA LAND A LOT CO.
Bull 624 N. Y. Lit Bldg. Kd 199.
WB handle exchanges of properties of
m.rlt HARRY H. CULVER, sW-Slu N.
Lif Bldg: 'I'hon D. 7M.
TWV. niifr an low fm-.n tn
O'unli.i Hi" tvatils I" ell llie f ni Thno
are 1 11 acre.. ;i, mid ."i miles fnun lime
kiiimI Iuwiim; II K. 1 1. r.nd plionc. mile u
kcIiii.iI splcmli.l In nil : itnml ft-r. Iinnye. itli
ci-IIht Hini well, l-.nn for K h 'is.s, Kiamn v.
i ornci th, tctm, roinN; timoihy iul blue
giawt pa ! lire; kimmI oiclmul inl biiimII
Hull nine for oini'U ie ll'.'" per acie
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max jimtr.is, r.in i.ikiw n hi.uck.
Milts tUs up. Krug
1 neater Lluildlng.
m' l.'tCVl.'Sl Suits, Tuxedos, full dte'J
il-jOOl.O ,uj, adgtilly usid, boiignl
and fold. K' Id man. ia 1.II1 si. luu
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isuip jnMlfns it. .ee
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HKtf'1' PRICK paid fur second-hand fuinl
tnre, carpels, cloihing and shoes. Phone.
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goods. ;ol Kosenocig, H'l s. 14th. Doug. .'.vo.
HALT1MORR 2.1-liand store pays best price
for 2d-liaiid liirniture. clothes, etc. 1 . 42bo.
SKi't N'D-I IAN I clothing, tarty, afternoon
drors s John Feldman, l. iU or Intl. a-'-'imi..
HOOD PRICK for scconil-h.ind clolhes,
shoes and furniture. SKLNKIl, Doug. 6101.
JL'ST starling business; second-hand fur
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1560. A-4X3. Call Lieben. 1117 Dodge St.
A STRONG capable man and wife want
work on a farm. Scpor, 5I!4 N. 27th St.
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624 N. Y. Lite Bldg. Phone Red 1.
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private famllv. Separate rooms. Conven
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NOTICE- TO KIDDKRS NOTICE IS
hereby given that the citv council of
Hebron. Nebraska, will receive bids until
2 o'clock p. m.. Tuesday, April 19, 1910 for
the sale ofr the following bonds and securi
ties. Issued and to be issued by said citv:
Jli'.OOO.Oi) water extension bonds, dated No
vember 1st, 1909. bearing 5 per cent Interest,
payable semi-annually, in denominations of
$1,000 each, due In 20 years, but redeemable
al any time after five years. $4.S0O sewer
svstein bonds ,for sewer drainage, dnted
November 1st, -liKifl., , bearing 5 per cent In
terest, pavable semi-annually, In denomina
tions of $100.00 tuh. 'due In 10 years, but
redeemable at an time after five years.
110.000 electric light' bonds, dated April 1st,
1H10. bearing 6 W cent Interest, payable
seml-annuully.' in - denominations of JfiOO.O)
each, due In 20 years, but redeemable at
any time after five years. Bids will be
received for - any portion or all of the
bonds, according lo denominal Ions as heroin
specified. City reserves the rl?lit to reject
anv and all bids. Dated this 29th day of
March. 1910. O. P. J1K.S.S, City Clerk. C.
M. SMITH, Mayor. ' Apr7-D3t
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS-
Real estate transfers for April 7. 1910.
furnished by the Midland Guarantee and
Trust company, bonded abstractors, 1714
Farnam street. Telephone. Douglas 28iia:
Mary Petersen to Ella Petersen, et
al. lots 10 and 11, block 7, Spring
Lake nark $ 1
a'M - L. Miller to K. A. Rose, s'j, of lots
i 1 n"d 2. block S, Spring Iake park..
Kenwood Realty company to Aim
Starky, lot 214. Kenwood 105
S. M. Gwver to M. lycvlnson, lot 14,
block 7, Patrick's 2d 7.V)
First National hank to the National
Land company, lots 1 and 2, In re
plat of block 10, Bemis park 200
Boulevard Park Improvement com
pany to Shlmer & Chase company,
lot lti and north 30 feet of lot la,
block 8. Boulevard park
Hastings & Heyden to H. L. Swan,
lot 19. replat, block 1. Catalpa Place
The National Bank of Commerce to
L. N. Tapp, lot 18, bloik 2, Cotner
William H. Clark and wife to M. C.
Hunter, lota 4 and 35. Kountsn Place 1,200
John Bromer to Lena Bromer, undi
vided lots 14. 15, Kl and 17. Kep
ton Heights 1
H. M. McDowell to George A. Mon
roe, lot 9 and west 46 feet lot 10.
bh k 10. Slilnn's addition
Elsmore Place company to John M.
Kellv. lot 12. block 4. Grant Place..
A. Strand and wife to S. Simnnsun.
lot . block i:t0. South Omaha
M. V. Solomon to K. B. Solomon.
nw'. of nv' of sei of sec. 6-15-11..
K. M. Nelsen and wife to B. Dris-
coll. lots 4 and 6. block 1. Boyd's..
Joseph Kiinel et al to Vaclav I".
Kuncl. lot 5. block 7ii. Soulh Omaha
Carolin L. Poppleton et al. trustees.
to Charles T. Cullen. north 60 feet
of lots 1 and 2. laud other prop-
rtv). block 26, Poppleton park
James Holmes to Mary Mayer, s'i
lot 1. s,t. lot 2 and lot 10, block 67,
The. Piairle Trust company lo L M.
Scott, lots 15 and 16, block lfi. Hitch
B I. Hesse to Anna Schaeffer, east
tf) feet of lots 11 and 12. block 2.
Hanscnm Place, and other property
A. Jordan to Evelyn Jackson, lot
Frank A. Furay. county treasurer,
to Charle Battelle. lots 19. 20. 21 and
22. block a, We.-t Cuming
John F. Sturgeon and wife to Lee B.
Van Camp, lot 18. block 6. Crelgh
tons 1st addition -
Charles A. Swanaon and wife to M.
.1. Edwards, lot 4. block 2. Stevens'
S. Rector to Albert King, lot 14. block
Sri Kountze Place
John D. Shields to M. C. McNamara
et al. south 100 reel or lot u. uiauj
G M. Matsen and wife to . Ol
sen, lot 4. block 9. Omaha Heights..
Rose Kul.Jensky and husband to
aron Weinstein. sVi lot 3 and
lot 4. block 12. Kouutzrt 3d
O C. Olsen and wife to George .
Medltck. lot 4. block 9. Omaha
H N Way and wife to Ellen Dalton.
lots' X and 3 block 10. Crelghton h
C Honors and wife to John L. War
ren, part lot 10, block 1. Campbell s
P E. Safford tu C. A. Chase, lot a.
block 9. Hawthorne
All Modem afty Dvlo (Wireless, ste.)
Biurher. Apr. 21
SA M Pr. Orent Uli I
Apr. XI IPenneylvenie ...Hay 11
Ar. W Jl.raf Wa Iterate. Mas It
lAiasrlka Apr. au jhaia n su 10. ii
RHI Carlton laCarle Heelauraot.
IHanburg direct. .
Blta Carlton la Cart BaaUaranC
Haevkurg 4 1 rase eaa.Nee.
ambarg-Anterloaa Liu, 4S B'way, SI. T.
OI local Agauta
MILLERS LAND ON SlSDELAIt
Cnntillon Nine Bats Around, But
Score Close at that.
SIGHT TO SEVEN FINAL ACCOUNT
lulled tn tlnrllna Hill In
I Kimrlh llnlriap Minneapolis Men
' afe, II lit t.ame ;es tu
j If Hanson, the tow-headed youth fiom
a.-ro ihe Missouri, had started the game
! al Vinton park Thursday afternoon the
chances nrc thai Pa Itoni ke's pets would
; h:t hung h game on ('amnion's Millers.
s it w.is. Manager Fox had his horseshoe
in ih wioiig pocket and sent In Slndelar
for the curt.tin-ia'ser. and the long boy
I was not there with the winning toss. At
lth.it. the game was rlose and the Minne
apolis pctsons oniy oral us oy ou ion-ij
i-ciirc. The final teckonlng Indicated the
;.-tto.-t had S tallies, while Omaha, had 7.
f.iiidila.1- started, but had a haid Inning
iliat lather shook his nerve. That was
th" fourth, when all the Millers batted
around. Before iliat the big six-footer al
lo..il only one tally and but two hits. He
was a little wild and, hit two and passed
Hul that had fourth siaited off with Fer
ris fc.'Uing on first by an error of Agnew's,
slealiiiK second and going to third on a
wild pilch. Collins. the next man up.
fanned, sjid Slndelar hit Lynch. Chase
walked, filling the bases, and when the
taw -honed youth gave Johnson a base on
halls Ferris was forced across the plate.
Sage cracked a single over second and
brought In Lynch. Oyler lifted a light one
over short and scored Chase and Johnson.
Altizcr looked over two or three of Sinde
lar's offering and then choose one that
netted him two baps. Scliipke booted Pick
ering's grounder and Ferris, on his second
time up, hoisted a Mvo-sacker over second
and brought In Oyler and Pickering. Only
one was gone after the little by-play was
over and Slndelar was yanked. Hanson
took tho mound and Collins and Lynch flew
out to Graham.
After Hanson got his bearings there was
little to il for the Millers. He fanned six
and In the five innings he pitched allowed
but one hit and no scores. He had all kinds
of speed and was there with an excellent
The omaha players appeared belter In
this game than at any time this season and
at times showed real brilliancy In pulling
off their plays. Schlpke ioked exceedingly
good to the fans and covered the ground
around the third station in a manner that
brought forth applause. He was there with
a batting eye and landed for two singles
and a double.
Old man Pickering of the Millers didn't
look old. Judging from the manner in which
he handled that center garden. It was use
less to land anything out there. In the fifth
he robbed Schlpke of a two-bagger, at leasl,
when he made a running one-handed catch
of a hard fly.
Potts, who was so erratic in Wednesday's
game, came out of It on Thursday and
played an errorless game. He got five put
outs and otherwise behaved himself on his
Job with credit.
Tomorrow the Omaha team will line up
against the South Omaha Country club
nine. The score;
A B. R. H. PO. A. E.
King, cf 2 110 0 0
Fox. 2b 4 112 2 0
Graham. If 3 2 2 3 0 0
Welsh, rf 4 1 0 0 0 0
Agnew, lb 5 1 2 10 1 2
Schlpke, 3b r, 0 3 0 2 1
('adman, c 8 0 0 7 2 0
Potts, ss 4 1 0 5 2 0
Slndelar, p 1 0 0 0 2 0
Hanson, p 3 0 2 0 0 0
llolienbeck 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 35 7 11 27 11 3
AB. R. II. PO. A. E.
Ovler. ss 4 12 12 0
Altizer. lb 3 1 1 1:1 0 0
Pickering, cf 5 0 0 3 0 0
Ferris, 3b 5 1 1 2 1 1
Collins, 2b 3 10 12 1
Lynch, c S 1 1 3 1 0
Chase, if 3 113 0 1
Johnson, rf S 1 0 I 0 o
Sage, p 8 1 2 o 2 0
Noel, p .r 1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 33 8 S 27 8 3
Batted for Potts in the ninth.
1 0 0 0 0 ) 4 0 27
Hits 2 10 0 112 1 3-11
...0 1 07000008
...0 2 1 4 100008
Schipke. Hanson, Oyler.
Three-base hit: Agnew.
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
master. Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. April
7 1910. Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will
i,'e received here until 11 a. m.. Central time.
Hay 2. 1910. and then opened for furnishing
and delivering In good condition F. O, B.
Cars. Fort Leavenworth. Kansas. Railway
Supplies consisting of Rails. AnRle Bars,
Ties Etc.. and a Track Scale. Full Infor
mation and blank forms of proposals rur
nlshed upon application. United States re
serves the right to accept or reject any or
all proposals. Envelopes to be Indorsed
"Proposals for Railway Supplies" and ad
dressed to Captain Wm. 1 . Davis, yuarter
master. Fort Leavenworth, Kxn98.aJ:n.2!,.30
An effect long striven
for and first attained
j by Corliss, Coon Sc
Co. The utmost in
style and wear.
At All High Class Furnishers
Corliss, Coon it Co., Makers
l i ," .---- '!-v---':---';j
6.M 2"' 3 Heights
6"0i ior ; t: i
,"! 25c !
1 I r jl
.!. : '
i : ;
v3h ... ..rr-
First base on balls. I iff Stndtlai
Munson. 1; off Sag. 2. otf Noel,
bv pitched lisl : Hv Sindela..
out: B Smd.'lsr. 2; by Unison
S:ige 2. by Noel, 1. Left on bases.
!': Minneapolis. 4 Stolen bases
Ctaham. uvler. Ferris. Time: 1 4
ti; bv 1
W elch. :
v I in- 1
Delayed by Wreck
Baggage of Flayers So Badly Smashed
that Game at Louisville is
l.oriSVll.l.K. Ky April fi-.Ra;n In
railioad wreck or disaster, which more than
once has interfered with base ball training,
overtook a major league team today, with
the second division of the Boston National
leagtw club, piloted by John Dovey. as the
At Saxton, Ky.. the Louisville Nash
ville train on which the team was enroiil
from Knoxville. Tenn.. to Louisville ran
Into an open switch early today. None of
the players was Injured, according to re
ports reaching I ere, hut their base hall
paraphernalia and baggage was so hadiy
smashed that Mr. Dovey telegraphed to
Ijoulsville cancelling today's gamf between
bis team and the Louisville American as
OF OFFICERS AT FT. CROOK
hoots Are Planned In V arloat Sec
tions of Xrlahhorlna;
Several members of the Omaha Gun club
were entertained al Fort Crook Wednesday
afternoon by the Officers club. A shool
was held, In which over 1,200 targets were
trapped and some good scores were made.
Those who were present were Ftank
Parmelce, C. A. Lewis. George Rogers. C.
II. Young. J. W. Hill, A. R. Keellne. M.
V. Sharp, William Marsh and 11. C. Town
send of the Omaha Gun club; S. A.
Tucker and VV. A. Brown, crack shot of
the Sioux City club. Afier viewing dress
parade and listening to a band concert
the guests were entertained at the officers'
The Omaha Gun club will hold a shoot
at Its grounds at Cotirtland Beach nexl
Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
The firs, annual tournament of the Har
vard Gun club will be held at Harvard
April 12 and 13. It is not probable that
any of the Omaha shooters will compete
In this tourney, hut the entry list prom
ises to be a large one.
The Beaver Crossing Gun club will hold
its second annual sboot at Beaver Cross
ing April 19 and 20. It Is expected that at
least three or four members of the Omaha
club will enter the contests. The added
cash prizes amount to $200.
The Atlantic Gun club will hold a shool
April IS and 19 and a number of Omahans
are expected to take part.
Will Wrestle nllli Sonth llninLa
Coon try Clnh Team Friday.
The work out at the Vinton stieet park
Thursday morning looked better than any
that has been held for some time. Th
Omaha bunch Is a little sore at the wsv
the game went Wednesday and it will try
and redeem itself in the last game to be
played against the Millers.
Word was received fiom Kane, the regu
lar first sacker for the Omaha, saying
that he was readv to report al anv time.
Transportation will be wired to him at
once and It is expected he will arrive In
the city some time next week. He Bavs
that he has finished the treatment with the
doctors at Pittsburg and fels like a new
man. He thinks he will be In shape to
play his regular game at the first station
when he once more dons the uniform.
The Rourkes will line up against ihe
South Omaha Country club Friday after
noon at a:K0 at Vinton street park. The
teams will oppose each other in the fol
. . D. Kennedy
. . Cavanaugh
Graham. . . .
. . . Second
Gondlng. Cadman. Catch
Keeiey, Sanders. ..Pitch .
Patton, Rindelar.. Pitch .
Hovee. Hanson Pitch .
Klingr Case Ends,
Johnny is Happy
Message from Murphy Orders Player
to Report at Indianapolis "Just
Watch Me," He Says.
KANSAS CITY, April 7. At last the case
of John G. Kling, the catcher of the Chi
cago National league base ball club, ap
pears to be at an end. Today Kllng re
ceived a message from Charles V( Mur
phy ordering the player to report at In
dianapolis on April 6 or 7. It will be Im
possible for Klinr; to leave iters tomor
row, but he said tonight he would tele
graph Murphy he would Join the team in
Columbus. April 10.
"It's a great day for me," said Kling to
night. "I'm happier now than I've been any
day since I caught the final game in the
championship series In New York In Oc
"Can 1 come back? say, that question
makes me laugh. I know that I shall be
able to regain my old form within ten
days after 1 Join the squad. By April 20
I'll be doing the heavy end of the catch
ing for the team. Just vatch me come."
HAPPY HOLLOW FOR TOURkEY
(lull Will Be Keleeted If Links Are
Heady for Play lu Jnne.
Happy Hollow will have the first refusal
of the privilege of entertaining the Ne
braska Golf association In June. Since
Us organisation the tournament of the as
sociation has been held alternately at the
lent chid and country club, but th s vear
Happy Hollow has asked for the honor.
A committee from the association will go
over the Happy Hollow links and decide
whether they will be available by June
fur the big tournament.
Tennis Tonrney Xrar End.
NEW YORK, April 7 Two games in the
national amateur court tennis tournament
were decided today at the Racquet and
Tennis club. Joshua Crane of Boston won
by default from T. A. Havemyer of the
meal club and Mayne Whitney, a home
player, defeated Dr. J. A. Mtskey of Phila
delphia throe set to none. Crane, who has
won more court tennis honors than anv
man in America except Jay Gould, ihe
champion, will meet Whitney tomoirow and
the winner of this match will play Jay Gouid
Saturday for championship honors.
( lose shave for Davenport.
IOWA CITY, la.. April 7-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Scoring three runs in the ninth, the
Davenport Three-I league club defeated th
Iowa varsity this afternoon. S to 7, In th
initial of night practice game here. Eight
errois by the visitors slmost gsv th gam
to the student. Davenport tried nut five
pitchers, every one of whom was pounded
hard, the varsity netting ten hits lo thir
teen by the visitors.
Roller and Mahmnat Meet Tonight.
KANSAS CITV. April 7 -Dr. B F.
Roller of Seattle, and Mahmout. tha Turk
ish champion, will enage in a wrestling
malrh at Convention hall tonight. Roller
is th favorite In Ih betting.
When you want what you waat wir, you
want 11. say so through The Bee Want
Has Journeyed 21.000 Miles and Hm
4,000 More Miles
Yet to Go.
.in. Miikulee. an Austtian lnnt-(1lnni
I walktr. si lived In Omaha Wednesday nignt
: after walking from Lincoln. Ills pertometet
! teg stetvd fifty-nine miles for the rta s
' Mukuler Is under contract with an Au
Irian publishing conrei n to cov et 2.'vfli
miles in five years. He bus been al the
task four yeats and two month and has
covered 21.000 miles.
He started from Croatia. Austria. Febru
ary 5. If, and walked ihtough pan of
Furore, South Africa. South America and
Is now doing th United States His Insinu
lions ate to visit the capital of all rv
In the union and have the governor put tits
great seal of the slate In a book he carries
He slatted without a cent and has lo earn
his way by selling souvenir mds. Th
traveler Is -nineteen dav s ah.-ad of Ins
schedule now. If he carries out the cundl
tlons of the contract he will receive $10.'.
leff Flays Ball
to Get Into Trim
Pugilist Begins Training with Vim
Boxing Bout Scheduled
LOS ANGELES. Aprjl 7. -Two hour of
base ball, a row on the San Lortnro i.vei.
and a fast hand ball game in the after
noon completed James J. Jeffries' piogism
on the second day ot his training.
The pioH)sed mcnnliig Jaunt ovet tin
mountains roads was abandoned until lo
morrow, when It will li. made a regu.ar
feature of the dally training grind. Ihe
boxing will begin Friday afternoon.
Jeffries and his trainers expressed much
satisfaction tonight al the lesult of his
first day's work. The trainers said ln
fighter probably t educed nil weight two
or three pounds during the daj.
AMONG THE LOCAL BOWLERS
Mela Brothers nnel Bike Fighting
Out Championship Honors of
in me iiisv nail, or i.,ie names
. iii.iiijniiiaiiijj in..iirn .vein uei.fin
the Mets Bros, of th Omaha Bowling
league and th Omaha Bicycles of th
Comrnercial league on Frarisco's alleys last
night, th former won by 209 pins. The Mets
bunch shot one of the best games evr
played in the city, getting the nice total of
2.893 pins. Blskeney rolled high score
snd total, getting 669 pins or an average of
22. The Bicycles started th fireworks
w ith the big total of 9M. but ' rould not
stand the pace, getting l the second game
and dropping to 831 th last gam, whtl
Mets Bros, got stronger as the game ad
vanced, getting 923. 941. 1.026. The last asms
! was a beautiful exhibition of classy bowl
ing, three men getting over the 200 mark,
while low man had 188. These game were
played against new Dayton pins, snd It is
generally conceded by ten pin bowlers that
Dayton pins are hard to score against
The balance of th series of thi games
will be played later on ih Metropolian
t'ptclal match game:
1st. 2d. 3d. Total
Totals 9J3 944 1.026
3d. Total. Ave
1.19 490 IMt
Hull 196 IMS
Solomon 191 172
Hlnrichs 183 189
Gllbreath 1S4 179
Zai p 200 19,".
Totals 962 S91 ST.l 2,4
The Sunkists wnn three games fiom the
Bungalows last night on the basement al
leys. Moran had all high honors, with
Zii for single game and 661 for totals. To
night Te-Be-Ces aid West Sides, tears.
MAN EY'S SUNKISTS.
1st. 2d. 3d. Tolal.
laird 144 . 163 195 601
Griffith 14ti 192 lf.9 497
Moran 204 215 232 AM
Totals 494 510 S8'. 1.6SD
Totals 426 430 4lfi 1,275
Maney's Sunkists won two games from
-Morton's X Y '. last night on th base
ment alleys. The first gam was a ti and
the X Y Zh won on the roll-off. Moran had
high honors, with 202 for slngl gams an
bJS for totals. Score:
1st. 2d. 3d. Total
l.sird 145 H9 159 463
Griffith 157 179 146 41
Mo rau ... 169 2tf 176 ftlfi
X Y Z.
540 479 1,4)10
2d. Id. Total.
147 1 38 - 443
169 145 449
1,3 14K 40
Totals 461 4.'9 431 1,871
Company K from Fort Crook won two
games of th natch from th Stelltngs
lust I ighl. Score:
1st. 2d. 3d. Tclal.
MeConnell ' MM 14r) 4.15
Decker 200 126 1 601
Pennell 140 1,4 12 44k
Turner Ii)7 1J8 1 10 44A
Smith 177 14, 129 4C,
Tolaia K."2 723 721 2.2;
1st. 2d. 3o. Total
Tomas 162 no i: 414
V ollstedt 12 ISO i;o 4V
Zeeck 121 125 146 m
Koli 161 111 149 Ait
Walters )Ki 150 124 4V
Totala 793 627 7iii 2 ls
In the Mercantile league last night the
Omaha Gas company team and th Capitol
Boilers played a double-header In which
the gas company team won fiv game qui
of six. Bland shot high man in both series.
OMAHA GAS COMPANY.
Totals 465 667
. 1st. 2d.
Y, unger 166 14a
Nippell 1 160
Dean 161 10
Totals 466 466 4U
OMAHA GAS COMPANY. .
1st. Id. Sd. Tots)
McDonald 16 167 150 41-c
Ritchie 149 163 161 46:
Bland 16i 314 176 Hot
Totals 481 W4
Younger 177 144
Nippell 121 130
Dean 124 179
' Sd. Tola
Totals 423 446 4S "l t
In tho weekly contest between the
i L ' mrtA ' M n -! ' . . ' , . .
- -"'- n 1. 1 . uvm 1 1 , r
Brandels stores, th former won ch gam
no lui.i ioi,a. uayinafeKir was man.
rolling a pretty game of Lo9 pins. 8cor:
Sd. Tots i
MORLEY'S 8TA PW.
Boy Its ..
& 44 2 1,J?
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