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THE BEH: OMAHA. AVEDXESOAV, A PHIL 13. 1010.
CITY PKIIIKRII I'OH dil.K.
COZT little home, J038 Mm ml Kt ; lot 4ht
180; 8-rooms, fine lawn and shad tree;
aity water, can, fl.ww; can mak term.
South front lot on Lucas St.,
near Burnhnm, 50x128 feet; for
Bale on easy payments $3.00
down and $5.00 a month.
Tel. Harney 3070 ufter G P. M.
In Center of City Brick
building; firm-class shape; 14 rooms; strictly
modern; one-naif block off 16th bu In
come f tr-0 per month, Frlce IIjIH).
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO..
Suit 624 N. Y. Life B.dg. Red 1M.
I AM going iwir and my home of 7 nice
larc room In 'net class conditlou la for
ale. la,. Call 2j70 Hpa,ulding St.
FIELD CLUB OPI'ORTUX
1TIES If you want a good lot with a well-built,
l-room, modern house, not new, but In
excellent condition, near the Field Club,
then you want to look at. this one. Lot is
1(10x140 feet east front, on paved street,
with some fine shade trees ami lots of
ahruhbery. Just the place for mini" couple
who want a good home with rooms all on
one floor. The house Is too sma 1 for pres
ent owner, only reason for letting go.
Then we have a neat little B-room cottage
In same locality on splendid south front
lot, 70x112 feet, that can be sold for $3,000.
A splendid corner lot, 10x112 feet, facing
S streets. Would make excellent location
for apartment house. Ca'l us up about
E. W. Stoltenberg, salesman.
4S6 Board of Trade Bldg.
All modern, hot water heat, finished in
2 ACRES ON
Price 17.600. Look this up. IT CAN'T
P. 0. Nielsen & Ca,
703 N. T. L. Bldg.
For beautiful home. Highest view, best
homes on all aides, east front, new paving
paid. On North 88th Ave. Terms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1002-3-4 N. Y. Life. Doug, or A-2152.
1920 acrea of choice wheat land, best of
oil. Can all be cultivated. Located in
Kimball county, Nebraska; $12.50 per acre.
W. J. DERMODY INVEST-
Tel. D. 6108 or A 2033. 838 N. Y. L. Bldg.
2V4 miles northwest of Florence, close to
the Calhoun macadam road. S acrea is
open land, lies level, high and sightly. 16
. acres is In fine pasture, has large oak
trees. Can sell 10 acrea more adjoining or
can sell you 6 or 10 acres separately.
Hastings & Heyden, 1614 Harney St.
:.a REAL ESTATE
FARM AKO HANCII LAN U FOR SALE
120 ACRES SS cultivation; 1.800 Elberta
peach trees; JHM). 1,920 acres, black alfalfa
land; timbered; S9.9H0. Kobert Sessions,
BEAUTIFUL Osark region of Arkansas;
fertile valleys,- rich mountain tops, good
climate, flowing springs; farms all Blxes,
all prices. Write J. C. Mitchell & Co..
INSPECT AND YOU WILL BUY THIS
12,500 acres In southwest Ark., 7 miles city of
26,000; railroad station on land; Red River
valley; solid body; no richer farm land;
several improved farms on tract; hickory,
oak. ash timber. For quick sale, $7.50 per
acre; terms. Inspect and you will buy.
LEURAND W. JONES. Texarkana, Ark.
' Free homes in southern California, finest
land, now open for homestead; finest cli
mate, soil and water; this wont last long;
the chance of a lifetime; excursion May 3.
For full particulars and descriptive cata
logue call on or address John Maresb, Hotel
Boquet, .proaha, Neb..
HOMES In sunny Colorado. I can lo
cate you on a good 820-acre homestead;
good water and close to railroad; also a
few fine relinquishments for sale cheap;
some snaps In deeded land. H. E. Huston,
Sugar City, Colo.
COLORADO LAND FOR BALIS
Attut 10, 646 acres of good land, mostly
smooth sod rolling, floe soil, to be sold In
oe body, 16 to M mile east of Denver on
the Union Paclfio R. K. south of Watklns.
Dennett and Slrausburg. This tract lies
close to above towns. Tho land la all
fenced, and many times cros fenced. Other
Improvements: Houses, barns, sheds, cor
rals, private telephone, etc Good alfalfa
and nay land; also sprlngo and oihr water,
trigs. Extra good proposition for sub
dividing or colonising. No agents need ap
ply. Buy direct from owner, ftoAU CANM,
au04 Oiauaroi flace, Ixuiver, Colo.
DELAWARE FARMS, delightful climate,
productive soil, beat markets, the Ideal
farming country; we guarar.tee eatlxf action;
aend for free catalogue. McDaniel & Mc
Dantel, Dover. Del.
J. F. WILCOX, Council Bluffs, la.; larg
est greenhouse In west; beautiful flowers
for any occasion shipped anywhere In U. 8.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO IN-
Good Florida Everglade land In 10-a ere
tracts. Terms. $19 down and 110 Der month
Hee' F." A. Melnbrihk. Bailey hotel, 9th and
rarnam, between o and 8 p. m.
FOR EXCHANGaWlood $9 600 stock drv
foods, shoes and groceries; what have you
In oh-ar-lund or Income property? M. II.
Wlnnard, Wyoming, la.
IOWA corn land Is best land; 1M acre.
four miles town, fair building. $t.00O- 155
seres two miles town, fair buildings. $8,500.
Write "S. 8.." Buffalo Center. Ia.
498 ACRKS of bottom land In Iowa, near
Council Hluffs; price, $7& per acre; will
' take $16,000 In clear land or good merchan
dise. Also W) acres In Harrison county;
will trade equity for something clear that
Is worth the money. Address D. M. Rem-
. Ington. Mondamln, Ia.
' . KANSAS
FINELY IMPROVED FARMS,
$20 PER ACRE
All rented, paying -from 10 to 22 per rent
rent. Best alfalta In the world Easy
terms. If not as represented, will return
Nowata land and lot co
C24 N. Y. Life Bldg. 'Phone Red lr.
POSKSION W-acre farm; well Im
prove.!; nth soil; fci acres In cultivation;
near good town In southesnt Kanea; price,
$2.U Address owner, D. R, Finley, Caney,
FARM AM HK.it it I.AAU FOR SALF.
Ku- . omlair.
S30 ACRKS pntjre. well fenced, plenty
water, in Barber county. Kansas, for rent,
rhle or exchange; state what you have
Owner. It. S. Few, l.ila. Kan.
TI1K CitKAM OF THE CREAM.
We hnve tor File six farme located In
eastern Kansas within 70 mllee of Kansas
City; they are convenient lo school
chinches, and goid town on main line of
railway; mot of them are well Improved,
and "lghtiy location. In rlchneiia of anil
they are ennui to the best landn in Juckson
county. Minsourl of Johnson county, Kan
KMX, which soil at from 1100 to 2TO per
l-rH W u U 1 1 Bfl tH... farm. . e
j to $.",5 per acre; $.'.5 per acre will buy aa
ft ion a rnrm, with an (rood improvement,
mm ran he houijiit In the above counties at
from !lif. to fn.0 per acre. .o trade, but
fHir trnn. Act promptly.
ST. JOHN PARK 11. Olnthe. Kan.
DESIRE some choice equities In good,
nell located land, having small Incum
brance atjuinst; have goou, clear property
to otter. Russell Le Sourd, 101 Callen
iler Aie l'eorla, 111.
FOR SALE -My fine Improved farm of
!S!S acres, three miles from Mont'.cello,
Minn., improvements, soil and. location all
gooa; price, per acre; will sell with a
small payment down and easy terms on the
remainder. C. W. Hoesbc, fireene, la.
10 ACP.F.S between Iee s Summit and
Lone Jack, on rock road; well Improved;
price, 84.0W). John W. Luttrell. Indepen
FOR SALE on long time and easy terms;
4 unimproved 20-acre tracts and 4 10
acre tracts, , on good road. H mile to
school, 3 miles to Blue Springs; price
e5 per acre. Ueorge Hughes, Blue
hOH KALE In Camden county. Mo.,
splendid ranch tract, 620 acres; springs,
running stream; to acres Improved; clover
meadow; bottom land; blue stem grass;
free range. Also ItiO acres Joining famous
Ha Ha Tonka park, and many other tracts,
small and large, amounting to 10,000 acres.
Price, terms, address A. It. Jackson, Cli
max Springs, Mo.
100-ACRE bottom farm; every acre till
able; 6-room house and other outbuildings;
3o acres under plow; fenced and cross
fenced; 6 acres hog pasture, fenced with
plank; 40 acres pasture, balance saw tim
ber; plenty of water; want income prop
erty, merchandise or notes secured by first
mortgages on real estate; price $0 per
acre. Address B. Clardy. Ethel, Mo.
ORCHARD lands and cheap, on easy
terms. If Interested write Mouth Mls
url Land and Orchard Company, Doni
SOUTH MISSOURI CATTLE AND SHEEP
2,120 Taney county; improved, watered;
lo; terms. '
$13 30 Chri8tlan county; rmproved; snap;
1.400 Oregon county; unimproved; dandy;
2,300 and 1.900 Carter county; $5.
2.W and 1,240 Taney county; $4.
6h0 and 440 and 1,400; $5.
All well watered, fine graas and snap
OS AGE REALTY CO.. Osceola, Mo.
$5.95 PER ACRE
640 acres In central Nebraska, about
one-half good cultivation land, balance
pasture land; five and one-half miles
from railroad. $2.4fi4 cash, balance. $L334
may run six years.
J- G- BONE.
312 Shugart Blk.. Council Bluffs, la.
NEBRASKA LAND CHEAP.
$4.00 PER ACRE
640 acres, western Nebraska, In a very de
slrable community; small creek on the sec
tion; $1,447 cash; $1,113 may run 7 years. P.
O. Box 173. Council Bluffs, la. '
46-BUSHEL WHEAT LAND,
$25 PER ACRE.
We own and control 20,000 acres of Chey
enne county, Nebraska's choicest farm land
now on the market. The heaviest crop
yielding county In Nebraska for ten years;
alfalfa also a leading crop. Ask for folders
and full particulars. Agents wanted every
where. Write for our proposition at once
Railroad faxes refunded if things not as
(represented. Fundingsland & Severson
Sidney, Neb. -
Persistent advertising Is the road to Big
Must r-s sold on account of owner
health; well improved 820-aor farm vi
miles from town; price, $26 per acre; easy
Urma. J. T. Camnbell. Litchfield. Neb,
WESTERN REAL ESTATE.
Farm and town property where railroad
right-of-way is bought through. Klnkaid
homesteads. Dry land to come under gov
ernment canal. Don't wait. Address P. Q.
Box No. liU Uerlng, Nab.
FARMS, Improved and unimproved
ranches. F. J. Dlshner. O'Neill. Neb.
SALE OF GOOD LANDS
TO BE HELD IN OMAHA
ON MAY 3,
at 3 p. m. Every acre must, and will be
sold to the highest bidder, regardless of
price. 4,078 acres of good unimproved raw
land. Located In Valverde county, Texas,
close to town on main line of Southern
Pacific railroad. Will sell In tracts of 60
acres and up to suit purchaser. Terms,
$1.60 per acre cash, balance long time. Call
or write for circulars, maps and full par
ticulars. This Is a chance for you to buy good
land at your own price. Write today.
8. E. WAIT & CO. (Trustees.)
617 Bee Bldg.
LAND buyers will busy themselves If they
will only auk Leander Clark of Kearney,
Neb., for farms he has for sale.
FOR SALE 320 acrea of land In western
Nebraska at U.3UU cash for one month.
Those not ready to buy need not write.
A. T. CLARK.
General Delivery, Denver, Colo.
LARGE and small tracts of land for sale
In North Dakota and Montana. Missouri
Valley Land Co., Dickinson, N. D.
100 IMPROVED FARMS FOR SALE-$M0
will buy one, balance half crop paymenta.
Wadsworth Land and Tree Co., Langdonj
TEN THOUSAND acres of homestead
land In fertile Ward county. N. D. A
snap; $13 per acre. Lyon Land and Iji.i,
Co.. Bowbells. N. D.
KIVR TO TS!N thnllHMnH mwm U
tea tied land in Ward county. North Da
kota, $13: a snap. Lyon Land and Loan
Co., Bowbells, N. D.
OKLAHOMA BARGAINS 400 arrea
extra 2d bottom, two sets improvements.
i.u per acre, nest county for corn,
wheat, oats and alfalfa. Our list free.
Farms $3,000 to $$,000. Lefebrve t Wood.
New Kirk, Okl.
BUY IRRIGATED LAND.
Best Investment on the market; choice
deeded lands under the Belle Fourcho proj
ect; we can sell as low as $20 per acre;
write for particulars.
C. M. RICH. W4 Bee Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
I HAVE for quick sale a fine H section
seven miles from Midland, 115 acres In nice
growing wheat, land all under fence and
cross fence; small house and barn; will
sell this land at $23 Der acre. tnoin4in.
crop and new diro and mower, good wagon
and other farm machinery; will carry
bark $2,500 at 7 per cent Interest. Coma
quick if you want this snap. Hudson Land
Afirucj, hiuiiiki, a. u.
WRITE for big. new list of South Da
seta and Minnesota lands to exchange foi
srnrrni merchandise, hardware, cattle, In-
"". giv jun particulars. llaalltt
Land Agncy, Marlon, 8. D.
. REAL ESTATE
"1 AX1 H II I.A.Mt FOR AI.F.
Month Dakota Coatlnaed.
IKTGLAS COUNTY 32 nrres n.ilo
Armour. 2fl crop, balance alfalfa and hay,
fair imp.; Al farm, easy terms. 3J0 acres
H miles Armour, one of the very best Im
proved farms In countyJand perfect, loo
acres tame grass, balance crop cultivation,
fine grove, orchard; this la one of the best
bargains In county. 320 acres 8 miles Ar
mour. 2TiO cultlv., new barn, fair houe; a
genuine bareain In this. 100 acres, all culti
vated, no buildings: a bargain, near town.
15 other rhoice Improved farms In Douglas
and Charles Mix counties, prices $40 to $70
BRULE COU.NTY-SS acres 24 miles
Pukwana, new house, other buildings good.
2fr0 cultivated, land the best. 640 acres 4
mile Pukwana. 110 crop, all good, tillable
land, good set Improvements, at a bargain.
1H0 acrea 4 miles Pukwana, well Improved,
one of the best snaps In county. 120 acres
3 miles town, well improved, a snap. 60
other Improved and unimproved places In
Brule and Buffalo counties, $20 up. Have
nothing but the very choicest pieces of
land. Write for further Information and
W. T. BARTLETT,
300 Grain Exchange Bldg., Sioux City, la.
SOUTH DAKOTA LANDS.
640 acres, lying on the valley at the fit
of the Wesalngton hills, with $5,000 worth
of improvements, consisting of a good, new
bank ham 4hx65, with plenty of room for
hay. cattle and horses; n good eight-room
house, granary and corncrlb; artesian well,
running through hog pasture; COO acres of
this land Is as good land tin there Is In
Hand and Beadle counties, with Juvt
mough slope to drain nicely; the other
forty acres oomilMs of twelve acres of good
natural timber, good high building spot
and fine pasture land; 400 acres of this
land is In cultivation and 200 acres Is fine
hay meadow; level land and should bo
cultivated; this land paid 15 per cent Inter
est on the Investment for the Inst five
years; It can be bought for the small sunt
of $42.60 per acre, on good terms; the place
has the advantages of rural free delivery
and telephone; this section is either an In
vestment or a home for anvone to handle,
with or without stock, as It lies tributary
to cheap pasture land; only six miles from
Wesslngton, and will bear close Inspection;
this Is one of fifty or more bargains, thit
we can offer. Wesslngton Valley Land Co.,
W esxlngton, S. D.
GRANT COUNTY. 8. D.. FARMS.
180 acres 3 miles from Troy;: 120 acres
under plow; 20 acres timothy, balance
meadow; all nice, level land; best of soil;
small house and gTanary; fine farm. Price,
$o.2"0; $2,260 cash, balance at 6 per cent.
320 acrea 2M miles from Troy, 120 acres
under plow, balance all tillable; good soil;
no buildings; a beauty. Price, $10,600; one
half cash and balance at 6 per cent.
820 acres 2V4 miles from Troy; 120 acres
under plow, 70 acres tame grass, 100 acres
fenced for pasture; all nice land and all
tillable; nice large house, good barn, gran
ary, etc.; nice grove trees; 3 wells, good
water, 65-barrel cistern; a beautiful home.
Price, $13,300; one-half cash and balance at
6 per cent.
660 acres 6 miles from Troy; 400 acrea
under plow. 80 acres tame grass, balance
pasture and hay land; 21.5 acres fenced; 13
acres grove; fine large house, large barn,
granary and other buildings; well of good
water, windmill, tank, etc.; to own this
farm means to be happy. Price, $40 per
acre; $9,000 cash and balance at 6 per cent.
Also have raw prairie lands for sale on
easy terms. Address,
THOMAS R. STEVENS,
Troy, S. D.
SOUTH DAKOTA LAND The rush Is on
for Stanley county land; several new lines
of railroad now building In this county.
Buy now and double your money In the
next two years. Choice lands selling at
from $12 to $18 per acre. For maps and in
formation write to Felland Realty Co., 6H1
Palace Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn. .
320 Acres Government Land Free
Advantages of Oregon, a book of 32
pages, explaining what each of the 84
counties is best adapted for, also the
amount of government land open to home
stead; a map, 21x28, showing all new towns
on railroad. Including eastern and central
Oregon and counties In different - colors
drawn to January 1, 1910; last map In U.
8. A. Also gives homestead laws and cost
of getting 820 or 160 acres and a description
of the state of Oregon In general; mailed
for 26c stamps or, coin. Ntmmo & Runey,
13 Hamilton Bldg.,' Portland. Ore. 1
FOR SALE At a bargain, an Oklahoma
farm, In the richest agricultural portion
of state. For particulars address Geo. J.
Martin, Amarlllo, Tex.
FOR SALE Cheap land, In old Mexico
and Rio Grande valley, Texas; any size
tract; adapted to sugar cane, cotton, fruits
and general agriculture; large acreage
timber, mineral oil and grazing; some im
proved ranches. Address O. C. Hillehrandt
Co., Lands, Loans and Investments, Browns
IRRIGATED farm in Tovah vallev: 160
acres In alfalfa, 40 acres ready for corn;
mis is sata to De the best farm In the
valley: will dbv 20 ner cent thla vear.
Write S. E. Washow, Saragosa, Texas.
SPECIAL fine nroDosltlon of 7.f0 seres:
all fine land; Joining the city of Midland,
Tex., on T. P. R. R.; part can be sold for
town lots; balance for farms: already run
out In tracts from 80 acres up; all tillable;
the town is booming, and this can be
handled on $40,000 cash; will agree to give
aeeaa witn each Ml tracts with separate
set of notes; 10 annual payments. 6 ner
cent Interest; can furnish blue print; write
me at once. Will Jennings, Italy, Tex.
- - ' .iivHini. pull VV
list on farais, sent on request.
IraStout, Gushing, Ok.l
W have 100.000 acres of choice land to
select from, ranging In Dries from 15 to
$40 per acre. This land Is In the oil and
gas aistrict ana you might get an oil well
with your laud.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suit 624 New York Life Bldg.
110-ACRE Oklahoma farm for sale or
change for city property or business. Thos.
J. Harrison, Pryor, Okl.
BUSINESS - PROPERTY In rinitUv r
for western land; property rents for $15
per month; fine location In one of the best
towns In Ohio; will give you good trade.
Write for further particulars. Chas. Stay-
auii, run iuui;e, ia.
WITT Mn.Dln K ... . V. -, . 1
- mvj uiulh you wnwi you
can purchase the richest land, at lowest
prices. In the country of Manatee? A ten
acre farm here will net aa much an nn
acres In the north: delightful r-iimoi. nn
drouths, convenient markets. abundant
laror, good schools; goods shipped from
.,. iwwHj .19 wiu i iHsjiieBi prices In
northern markets; establish a fruit and
u7.l.hl. fa m. K n . . I j ,
ul u,pll I. .... 1. 1 T ur , 1 , , . . .
v. vuvmcw . . . v 11110, gen
eral Industrial Agent, S. A. L. P.allway,
And nowhere better than In Snohomish
county. Washington. But little freezing
or hot weather, no bad storms and small
grain, grass, roots and most rrults yield
great; no failures. Butter too per
lb. and higher. Our best dairymen have
money in plenty; 18 years ago 1 brought
cows here from Wisconsin and have done
dairying, so talk confidently. I am now
selling real estate and many farms. Have
one of 165 acres, mostly bottom land,
near large condensery and good city;
water piped Into buildings, now support
ing 40 cows. Price with tools and some
stock, $15,600. Good terms. More big and
little. Write for- particulars.
J. A. BAKER,
Room S Walsh Bldg., Everett. Wash.
W rout a sr.
6M ACRES, I miles from ons station and
4 miles from another, on Union Paclfio
main line; all first class land; $15 per acre,
one-third cash, balance annual payments,
8 per cent. Address M 231, Bee.
FOR SALE Ranch on Colorado and
Wyoming line; consists of $.600 acres of
grasing and hay land; ranch Is now
stocked with cattle and sheep; will sell
ranch with or without stock. For further
particulars apply to Harry Tatham, Jclru,
ra .vREAL EATE
fAIIM.A.Mt it AMM 1,4 Ml FOR SALE
Wntn In Continued.
l ACRES, finest kind of inlgaled land,
half mile from station; in native hay; best
water right; will make a bargain price and
give good terms. Address L 2;K. Bee.
240 ACRKS; Joins townslte on main line
of Union Pacific; perfect laying land and
best of soil; $22.60 per acre; M acres one mile
from 210, school section laxs between two
Will sell the IL'O acres at $22..) per acre, one
third cash, and asvlgn the school leas. Ad
dress N 232. Bee.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
6. I and i-room houses. If prices are right
we can sell your property for you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.
tfults 624 N. Y. Lifs B!dg.
IF YOU want to buy land at the right
Lrlce see the man that can sell It to you
eander Clark, Kearney, Neb.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans and warrante. TV.
Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St.
LOANS to horn owners and home build
era, with privilege of making partial pay
W. H. THOMAS,
603 First National Bank Bldg.
GARVIN BROS.. 318 N. Y. Life, $500 to
$200,000 on improved property. No delay.
$600 to $5,000 on homes In Omaha. O'Kerfe
Real Estate Co., 1003 N. Y. Life. Douglas
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to losn on
Omaha business property.
Room 1. New York Life Bldg.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. V. Wead,
Wead Bldg., ISth and Farnam.
LOWEST RATES Bemia. Brandels Rldg.
WE handle exchanges of properties of
merit. HARRY H. CULVER, 809-810 N. Y.
Life Bldg. 'Phone D. 7865.
WILL TRADE 320 acres of land In Chase
county, Neb., for residence property In
Omaha; property must be modern and In
desirable location. Land lays smooth and
level; the very best of soli; no finer land
in the state. Address, P. O. Box 372, Weep
ing Water, Neb.
TO EXCHANGE for stock general mer
chandise. KJO-acre Improved farm. Adams
county, North Dakota, or 320 acres Stuts
man county, North Dakota. Lock Box
761, Jamestown, N. D.
$8,000. $17,000. $20,000.
$16,O0O-$17.O00 hardware, wants land.
Please give legal numbers In first letter.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1999.
ONE of the finest fruit farms ever built;
20 acres large and small fruit; modern
house; an Ideal home and a big money
maker. It is worth $7,000. Do you want It?
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1999.
CLOSED carriage or street hack, landau
let style, but title used, made by Cunning
ham and sold new for $1,000. This carriage
Is now worth $500 in cash, but we would
exchange It for horses or for vacant prop
erty or for western land. Johnson, Dan
forth Co.. a W. Cor. 10th and Jonea Sts.
You Want a Farmr
the other fellow wants city property or
stock of goods. We want tne commission.
Bend us full description In first letter and
w will get you a trade.
NOWATA LAND A LOT CO..
Sulto 624 N. Y Life Bldg. Red 199s.
JAPANESE CHAUFFEUR wants posl
tlon; can drive and repair any gasoline car;
good references. Address 8 217, Bee.
WANTED TO BUY
BEST PRICES paid for second-hand fur
niture, carpets, stove, clothes, shoes. Phone
BEST PRICE paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothing and shoes. Phone.
I BUY, sell and exchange second-bsnd
goods. Sol Rosenberg, 103 S. 14th. Doug. 6885.
SECOND-HAND clothing, party, afternoon
dresses John Feldman, D. 3128 or Ind. A-2638.
GOOD PRICE for second-hand clothes,
shoes and furniture. 8ELNER, Doug. 640L
WANTED TO RENT
THREE or four nice modern unfurnished
rooms, not close In. . Address, J-228, Bee.
TRAVELING man. away four davs each
week, desires room and board for himself
and wifo In palvate family, Hanscom park I
district. Willing , to pay for. modern ac- !
comodatlona In congenial home. G 347,
We Are Getting Numerous Calls
For Houses of All Sixes, List With Us.
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Real estate transfers for April 12. fur
nivhed by the Midland Guarantee flnd Trust
company, hooded abstracters. 17 at i'arnam
street. Telephone Douglas 2yb.
Ae1 K. SesHie.1t and wife to William
R. Lind, lot 13, E. V. Smith s uhdlv.$ 3,500
John W. Shanahan and wife to Edith
Hansen, lot 25 and n'A lot 24. block
2. ForeFt Hill 1
John A. Crelghton Real Estate and
Trust company to Joseph Komba
and wife, lot 3. block 1. Creigh-
ton's 1st add 300
Arthur D. Andons to O. 8. Remington,
lot 2. block 10. Myers. Richards c
Tlldon's add 2.S9O
S. M. Johnson and husband to tu,
Whwlir. lot 5. block 15. Kountxe
J. M. Olson to O. F. Davis company, .
w29t4 feet lot 11 and etot feet lot
12. block 7. Bedford Place. 700
M. C. Easley to Eva Easley, lot 8,
block 8, Bowers' add 1
Kenwood Realty company to Pedar
Nlelson. lots 284. 25. 286 and 287.
G. Buckholx to John J. Chrlstnnsen
.nd wife, lot 21. block 2. Baker
Elizabeth Kountze Real Estate com
pany to Grace T. Ross. elO feet lot '
7. block 22. Kountze Place 250
P. Stewart to K. A. Stewart. w37 feet
s.rm feet lot 6. block 4. B. V. Smith s
add .' 1
S. Doherty and wife to S. Miller, lots
1 and X Wohler's Place 400
A. B. Woodford and wife to William
P. Johnson and wife. wV4 lot 18,
Mayne's add 400
Edwin F. Brailey, sheriff, to Conserv-
atlve Savings and Loan association,
lot 15, block 1, Portland Place 251
I. J. Corey and husband to C. J.
Thurman. n364 feet sSO feet lots 12
and 13, Sunnyslde 4,750
E. West and husband to C. P. Sccord,
lot 8, block 2, Lake View 2,500
S. C. Gorham and wife to . R. W.
Bryant, lot 10. block L Becher C,
Frederick's add 2,500
E. E. Balch and wife to Charles A.
Burdick, lot 3, block 9, Summit 2
John H. Levy and wife to Charles A.
Burdick, same , 300
E. L. Tower to Jessie E. Robertson,
lot IS, block 4. West End 1
M. M. Robertson to J. H. Robertson, ..
lot 14. block 4. West End..... 1
S. L. Burdick and husband to Ed T.
Heyden, lots 3 and 4. block JO, . 1
Summit '. 1,800
John P. Finley and wife to Aaron
Wilson, lot 7, block 1, West End.... 17,000
8. H. Reed to Benson Land company,
lot 10. block 5. Brlges' Place 830
John T. Hopkins and wife to Benson
l.and company, lot 10 and ev6 lot 11.
block 5, Brlgga' Place . 1
W. D. Williams and wife to A. Scha-
lek. part lot 40, Rees' Place 6.000
William H. Clarkson and wife to G.
A. Courtright, part lot 3, block 2,
Parker's add S.600
Anton Wahlby and wife to A. H.
Friday, lot 4, block 7, Hawthorne.. 8,400
A. Schalek and wifo to W. D. Wil
liams, lots 15 and 16, block 2, Boule
vard Terrace 3,300
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Some Things You Want to Know
Thomas Jefferson was born at Shad
wcll, Va., on April 13, 1741. Tomorrow will
he celebrated as the 167th anniversary of
that event. In the state of Alabama the
day Is a legal holiday, but elsewhere it Is
printed In red only 011 the calendar of
thoco 'who call themselves democrats. In
many cities these will gather about ban
quet boards to extol the virtues of tho
founder and patron saint of their party, the
while indulging In rosy dreams of victory
In the coming elections.
The practice ef cclebratlns tho birth
days of eminent men was Inaugurated early
in the history of the republic, being copied
from tho English custom - of making tho
king's birthday the principal patriotic fes
tival of the political year. Mr. Jefferson
himself particularly disapproved of this
practice, as it was offensive to his ex
tremely democratic notions, smacking of
the hated monarchy. Whllo he was presi
dent, a political friend asked him: "Mr,
President, what Is the date of your birth?
Wo wish to celebrate it fittingly." The
author of the Declaration of Independence
replied: "For that reason 1 decline to en
lighten you, nothing could he more dis
tasteful to nip than what you propose, and.
when you address me, I shall be ohllRcd
if you will omit tho 'mister. ' " Nobody
In America is afraid of monarchy Just
now, and no ono Is enough of a democrat
to object to tho aristocrat. c title of "mis
ter," therefore Jefferson's wishes are dis
regarded and his birthday Is celebrated
regularly, as It has been ever since tho
great man died, at the ago of S3, on July
Only six Americans are remembered
habitually and annually by tho celebra
tion of a special day In their honor. Wash
ington's birthday Is a legal holiday In all
of the states and territories and Is cele
brated In every part of the world wherever
there are two or three Americans gathered
together. Lincoln's birthday is a legal
holiday in twenty-two states. It comes
more nearly than any other to approaching
the national character of the Washington
birthday celebration, and It Is observed
even In those states where it Is not yet
legally set aside as a holiday. For many
years this day was claimed exclusively by
the republican party, but In lata years it
has lost its purely political character and
has become more national In scope. One
of the seceding confederate states, Florida,
has made It a legal' holiday, and It Is cele
brated In the schools In nearly all of tho
Andrew Jackson has a day sacred to hU
memory, although it Is the anniversary of
the battle of New Orleans and not his
birthday. January 8 is known as Jackson
day. Is a legal holiday in Louisiana, is the
occasion of great social festivities In
Tennessee and Is a rallying day for the
democratic party In the remainder of the
The birthday of Jefferson Davla Is a
legal holiday In eight states, as Is that of
Robert E. Lee in seven states. Of course
the celebration of these days Is confined
wholly to the south. Jefferson Davis day
is celebrated as Confederate Memorial day
and has, the same significance at the south
that Decoration day has at the north.
Jefferson's birthday, then, is one of the
two red letter days of the democratic
party. Jackson day banquets and Jeffer
son day banquets ara regular features of
the democratic year. On these occasions
the' party leaders call attention to the
principles of the fathers and urge harmony
In the next election. It has been 'said,
with soma degree of truth, that the demo
cratic party always Is united on Jefferson
day and Jackson day and on no other
. Although the celebration of his birthday
has been appropriated by a political party,
Thomas Jefferson belongs to all Ameri
cans. Among all the leaders of the revo
lution, Jefferson was the most revolution
ary, for he advocated not alone the over
throw of British dominion, but also the
reform of British institutions. His tastes
were catholic and his Industry was stu
pendous. He left behind him a mass of
manuscript, ' which reveals in the most
minute detail every act of his public life.
He made a careful note of every action,
he kept copies of every letter he wrote
and took notes on the conversations of all
his associates. The physical labor In
volved in his letter writing of Itself was
enough to appall an ordinary man. He
found that letters copied on wet tissue
paper were liable to fade. So he invented
what he called a "polygraph," now known
as the pantograph, which draftsmen use
to copy drawings to scale. This huge cop
per frame was fitted with two quill pens,
one of which h held In his stiff right
hand, . writing painfully. The other mada
the same marks on another sheet of pa
PARALYZED GIRL NEVER OUT
OF HOME BUT FOUR TIMES
Selntn Ohlfs, Sow ltf Years of Ae,
Will Exhibit Fancy Work nt As
sociated Charities Basaar.
Selma Ohlfs Is 29 years of age and has
never been out of her home but three or
four times since she was a small child.
At the age ot 5 she suffered an illness
which left her paralysed as to her lower
limbs, shutttlng her out of school and keep
ing her from Indulging In the pleasures ot
Miss Ohlfs learned to read and write
through tho viHits of other children who
called on her on their way to and from
school. Later she learned to do fancy
work by assiduous study In the small cot
tage where she and her aged mother have
lived for years and which they are for
tunate enough to own.
"In spite of her great handicap, MIks
Ohlfs Is one of the most lovable and cheer
ful girls In Omaha," said Miss Jonts of the
Associated Charities. "She does wonderful
work with her needle and In an artistic
way, and she furnishes an examplo of
grit, cleverness and determination that
should prove an Inspiration to other shut
ins, when her story Is known."
Miss Ohlfs will be present In her wheel
chair, her only means of locomotion, when
the Associated Charities bsxaar opens next
Friday in the rotunda of the Bee building.
Because of her affliction, she has been
compelled to sell her work through the
help of the Associated Charity bureau.
Now atia will be able to offer It for sale
express steamers lesvetNew York every Thurs-
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per. Tho pens had lo be trimmed frc
queuily end both of them must be kept
Inked. Jeff, rson wrote thousands ot let
ters with mis unxvleldly machine.
When ho died it js fouud he had
written his own epitaph and it Is now
carved (,11 tho stone which marks his
tomb; "Here was b'nled Thomas Jeffer
son, author (.f tho Declaration of Inde
pendence f tho statutes or Virginia for
Religious Freedom, and Futhcr of tho L'nl
erslty of Virginia" There Is not a Word
to show that ha was twice president of
tho Tnlted Mates, that ho uns vice presi
dent uml secretary of slate, that he was
governor of Virginia, or that ho had been
honored in many ways by tho peopla of
his state and of tho new nation which h
had helped lo bring into existence.
No mention is made, on that bit of stono
of tho fnc-t that It was Jefferson who J
tallied tho abolition 0f tho laws of prlimV
Kcnituro and entail In land tutuiies, thua
tiohlng mora than a century uro In Amer
ica tho problems which are bringing 011
starvation and revolution in England to
day. There Is not a word to say that tho
man hurled thorn was ho who, as the
head of an Infunt republic In the new
world, went across seas and broke the
power of tho Batbary pirates to whom
Europe had paid tribute for centuries.
Thcro la no word to tell that It was he
who opened up (he great west by the pur
chase of Louisiana, and th dispatch of the
Lewis and Clark expedition to Oregon.
There Ik nothing to say that thsf man
burled thorn was he who drafted a charter
for the first republic of France, or that
It was he who led the fight against the
alien and sedition laws which sought to
throttlo and dostroy fra institutions in the
very beginning of the history of the
nation. Nor Is there a word to tell that
It was Jefferson who wrote the Kentucky
resolution, which put Into words a doctrine
that, years afterward, was to drmch th
lund he loved with the blood of brethren.
That epitaph doss not record the fact
that the man burled beneath It was the
Thomas Jefferson who Invented the plow
now used by every civilised tiller of the
oil, nor that it was he who laid the
foundation for the scleaie of meteorolog
now of such incalculable benefit to man '
kind. Nor Is there a word about th dos
ens of perfectly useless mechanical Inven
Hons upoh which he wasted money ant
time. But that otone might truthfully a
that J It'erson was the father of t.ta l.lci
which resulted In the Invention of th-
reaper. He wrote long letter! outlir 'np
his Idea to a blacksmith In Virgin' t ania.
McCormick. That blacksmith1 son, Cyru:
McCormlck, perfected, the mechanics!
reaper and, tut Jefferson predicted, It rev
olutlonlzed agricultural Ufa In all the civ
Nor does that epitaph hint of the bltte
quarrels which kept his lite !n turmoil, th
political plots and counterplots, the wt
of wits with his great adversary, Hamilton,
and the compromises which they made j
part 6f the written and unwritten law o
the federal government. The capital .1
the United States la at Washington be
cause Jefforson drove a sharp poll Ilea
bargain. The states of Ohio, Indiana, n:
nols and others of tho northwest terjltor
are a leg icy from another political plot o
Politician, Inventor, amateur scientist, lln
gulKt, fiddler, mathematician, he wa
above everything else the great democratic
statesman who believed sincerely and ab
olu-tely In the people and their right to rub
themselves. Yet he was, himself,' of ttv
aristocracy and not even In his most vio
lent democratic days would he wholly for
get his birth and social atatlon. In his old
age the party which he had founded raised
up a leader from among th people, Andrew
Jackson, and no man waa mora afraid than
the aged Jefferson.
When he was S3 years old Thomas Jeffer
son wrote the Declaration of Independence,
being selected as chairman of the com
mittee because he was young and had taken
no part In the congressional quarrels and
Jealousies. Ha wrote, with words of flr
that great declaration of human rights and
indictment of monarchic government. Con
gress struck out the anti-slavery portions
of the document, but It was adopted prac
tically as Jefferson wrote it and thus.tha
United States of America came Into exist
ence as a free nation.
Many men In his day did not agree with
Jefferson, and many believed him to ba a
demagogue. Many men still hold these
views. Others, then and now, hail him as
the great apostle of true political democ
racy. But all men must agree that ha was
one of the ablest and greatest of the able
and great generation which Ushered th
great republic Into the council of the na
tions. Tomorrow Bate Ball Writers.
herself, and I anticipating a wonderfu
experience. Arrangements have been madi
to bring her to the Bee building Fidaj
and Saturday In the city automobi one
to take her home In the evening. 1
The Lowest Rate of
the Season fo
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