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..TILE BEE.-. OMLUIA. FRIDAY. APRIL 15.. 1010.
CITT FHUPKHTV FOR SALE.
Get Busy Quick
" In Creighton's First Addition, No. 2334 South 34th'
St., a two-story, 6-roora house, with large living room,
dining room and kitchen on first floor, three bedrooms
and bath on second floor, cellar under entire house,
cementedT)ottom; good furnace, connected with hot water
tank, side entrance to basement; gas, electric light, com
bination fixtures with nice dome in dining room. Have
just completed decorating house throughout with beau
tiful patterns; east fronl with cement walks all around
house, lot 49x133, surrounded by beautiful new modern
homes. Ilpuse is vacant, can close deal on short notice;
price $3,400,' terms $500 or more down, balance monthly
on rental basis at 6 interest with privilege of paying
larger amounts at any time. , You cannot duplicate this
property for the money. .AYe expect some one to snap this
up at once. ......
Payne, Bostwick & Slater
Sole Agents, 601 N. Y. Life Bldg.
3 Till 5
The new, attractive, modem homes, at
1U1-1U3-1417-1421 and 1423 Plnkney 8t.; r.
6 and 7 rooms each, ail strictly modern,
$3,200 to $3,900
Hullt by day labor by the best workmen.
Selected material. Houses now being
papered. Nothing better. Nothing cheaper
In the north part of Omaha. If you want
a dandy home, ready to move right Into,
let us show you these. We know they will
Hastings & Heyden,
1814 Harney St.
ELEVEN rooms, modern; lot 60x136, good
barn, 1 block from 20th and 'Leavenworth.
A bargain at 13,600; half cash, will trade
1 for a business property In city. W-340,
TWO GOOD HOMES
AT RIGHT PRICES
13,900 and 4,S0O. respectively, for two
seven-room houses, with recep
tion hall, two stories, all mod
ern, having four bed rooms
each, built SVi years, In good
condition, one block from 24th
Pt car line, SO minutes' walk
from business center. Non
resident owner must sell and
anxious to consummate sale.
Corner lot, paved street. In
GEORGE & CO.,.
Agents. Doug. 75$. 1801 Farnam St.
West Farnam District
This property comprises a large res
idence and an east frontage at 39th
and Dodge Sts. Owner has moved
from Omaha and desires to make ini-
mediate sale. For particulars apply
The Byron Reed Co.,
Both .'phones. . "212. South 14th.
... GET THEM TOGETHER
Wo have customers for Improved prop
erties. If you have something to sell, list
It with us. We. want houses of $2,000 to
$6 COO value.
Payne Investment Company,
8. E. Cor. 15th1 aed Farnam.
Reception hall, parlor with elegant fire
place, dining room and kitchen, three bed
rooms and bath. Every room large and
airy, two stairways, heavy 2-lm:h oak
doors, downstairs all In oak. Fixtures are
the very best, south and east fronts on cor
ner lot 60x160. with both streets paved, lVa
block from No. 24th St. car. Owner very
anxious to sell and has made his price
MURK than right. Better Investigate at
THE ABBOTT REALTY CO.,
411-415 Brandels Bldg.
Cars K. liolon, Mgr. Doug. 3906.
" NORTH SIDE
6020 N. ISd St.: a very well built, entirely
modern house, having nice reception hall,
parlor, dining room and kitchen on first
floor; t bedrooms and bath room on second
floor. Full east front lot, 6.1x127 feet, on
nice street of homes, one block from car.
The owner has declued to sell this property
and some oue will get a bargain. The price
Is 13.460. Look It over at unre and make
NORM'S & MARTIN,
Doug. 4270; Web. 4.38. 023 Bee Bldg.
TWO desirable lots In Florence, two
blocks from Msln St. one block from
School bouoe. For particulars call owner.
J'Uone Harney .SI.
TWO BIG SNAPS
rooms, rnoderu except heat. In north
west poilttui of city; larealot, paved street,
concrete walks, shade ueas, aouth front,
large barn; elegant location, near car.
ELEVEN-ROOM. TWO LOTS.
Eleven-room, two lots (1 A), In southwest
part of town, near Hauscom perk and
boulevard; near cur. Luok at this puce
NOWATA LAMP AND LOT C.
Suite N. Y. 1 tie Uidg. ited liM.
GOOD 1NVKSTME.N1 5XAF
Meat market. Including all fixtures, gaso
line engine, computlug scales, kettle and
smuke house, tlx living rooms upstairs.
Will bring a rental of $40 per month.
Owner has clcartd 5.0W annually and on
account of leavin gcny will sell for MM
Lot Ki-xR. locutud ntir lath and Cuming.
Call Uouglaa i Hi Board of Trade Bldg.
- . 119 CASH-tl PER WEEK.
Will Leavenworth 1 Unix but d ng lots.
1UT21.AKF, M.J Lcavenuriu.
1'hone Harney tu.
In Center of City Brick
tml'dlng; first-class shtpe; 14 rooms; strictly
modern; one-half block off lib lib
wue lr month, t'rlce tl.'. OO. .
NOWATA LAND A I Art' CO..
. . tune b N. V. Life Uidg. Hii lSt,
CITY PROI'KRIi FOR HALE.
FIELD CLUB OPPORTUN
ITIES If you want a good lot with a well-built,
S-room, modern house, not new, but In
excellent condition, near the Field Club,
then you want to look at this one. Lot is
100x140 feet east front, on paved street,
with soma fine shade trees and lots of
shrubbery. Just the place for some couple
who want a good home with rooms all on
one floor. The house is too small for pres
ent owner, only reason for letting go.
Then we have a neat little 5-room cottage
In same locality on splendid south front
lot, 70x112 feet, that can be sold for 13,000.
A splendid corner lot, 140x112 feet, facing
8 streets. Would make excellent location
for apartment house. Call us up about
E. W. Stoltenberg, salesman. '
436 Board of Trade Bldg.
Brand new square house, 6 rooms and re
ception hall, finished In oak, now ready for
occupancy, maple - floors, south front lot,
60-foo tfrontage. cemented cellar, excellent
furnace, gas and electric light, nicely pa
pered, located at the northwest corner of
27th Ave. and Chicago St. Price dirt cheap,
only $500 cash, balance a trifle more than
480 Brandels Bldg. Both 'Phones.
GOOD BUILDING LOTS
Located on Webster Ave.,' between 25th
Ave. and 21th Bt. Have city water and
cemetit sidewalks. . , ;
Terms, J 10 cash and tit a mqnth. '
'HASTINGS & IEEYDEN,
1614 Harney St.
We have listed a good, seven-room
honse, oak finish first floor, hot air
furnace; house In good condition,
cement walks and shade trees. Make
us an offer. For further particulars
CREIGH, SONS & CO.,
Tel. Doug. 200. . 608 Bee Bldg.
$3,260 Six rooms and reception hall, new
house, hard wood finish, 2 blocks
from car line. 2 stories and cemented
collar, lot 60x100. good barn, 4380 La
fayette Ave., near school, churches;
strictly modern in every respect.
GEO. P. BEMtS. C. a. CARLBERQ.
4X0 Brandels Bldg.
COZT little home, 1025 Miami St.; lot 40x
M0; (-rooms, fine lawn and shade trees;
ttty water, gas, H,8umj can make terras.
CAN YOU BEAT THIS!
$75 Cash, $15 Per Month
Five-room cottage, newly repaired, city
water, sewer, closet, gas. concrete walks;
lot 37x105 ft; cloee in. Only $1,660.
Neat 5-room cottage, full lot, ffalt, out
building, etc.; a very attractive suburban
home, near 47th and Franklin, for oniy
Choice new 6-room modern house, full lot.
fine location. Prlca reduced to $2,800 for
We have more Ilka these. Call and let us
start you on owning your home.
RUSSELL & McKITRICK CO.,
432 Ramge Bldg. loth and Harney.
I ROOM. NEW, MODERN.
balance very easy. Paved street, concrete
walks; large lot; fine neighborhood; two
blocks to car.
6-ROOM MODERN EXCEPT HEAT.
2M cash, balance a trifle more than rent
New paved street, southeast fronl; near
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
634 N. Y. Ufa Bldg. 'Phone. Red 1993.
' IN BENSON
South front lot on Lucaa St.,
near Burnham, 50x128 feet; for
sale on easy payments $5.00
down and $5.00 a month.
Tel. Harney 3070 after 6 P. M.
! AM going away and my home of 1 Bice
large rooms In first claaa condition la tot
sale. B.M Call 2270 bpauldlng Bt.
We have one of the most sightly located
lots In Dundee that we can veil for $;',,
orated on Nicholas Bt.. between tlst and
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
114 Harnny St.
Ope Acre Fruit Farm.
right In town: nice house, chicken-house
electric light In street; on street car line
you never saw us cual. Price $2.1JW.
NOWATA LAND A LOT CO.,
Eulie t4 N. Y. Life Uldg. Is Red 139.
CITY PHUPKRT1 FOR BALE.
5 TO 10
Two mtleg west of Florence, just op
posite level concrete road.
Fine tracts for fruit, garden truck
or poultry. Good, high land.
Price $150 to $165 an acre.
Terms, M cash, balance 1. 2 and 3
Will take you out any time.
318 N. Y. Life. 'Phone Doug. .952.
FARM A.tD RANCH LAXD FOR IALH
130 ACRES 35 cultivation; 1.300 Elberta
peach trees; $S50. 1.920 acres, black alfslfa
land; timbered; $,90. Robert Sessions,
DfTllTTllPTTf. motam nf irlr.n...'
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ITI 111. f.ll. , . . 1 1 HIUUIIIAlll .VfO, I. JM
climate, flowing springs; farms all sixes,
all prices. Write J. C. Mitchell & Co.,
Free homes In -southern California, finest
and, 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 Maresh, Hotel
Boquet, Omaha, Neb.
BRITISH COLUMBIA FARM LANDS.
100,000 acres near Fort Oeorge on Orand
Trunk 'Pacific. Rich soil. Ideal climate;
small or large blocks; on easy terms. The
Mercantile Trust ' Co., Ltd., Vancouver,
B. C. ' ,
COLORADO LAND FOR SALS
At tit M.6M acres of good land, mostly
smooth and rolling, fine soli, to be sold In
ene body, IS to M miles east of Denver on
the Union Pacific H. R. south of Watklns,
Bennett and BU-ausburg. This tract Ilea
close to above towns. The land la all
fenced and many times croafc-fenced. Other
improvements! Houses, . barsa, aheds, cor
rals, private telephone, eta. Good alfalfa
and bay land; also springs and other water
ings. Extra good proposition for sub
dividing or colonising. No afteata need ap
ply. Buy direct from owner. MOAtt CAN.N,
Lw4 Olabarm Place. Denver. Colo.
I OWN about 9,000 acres of the choicest
Kiowa county, Colorado, land, which must
be sold within sixty days; the best bargain
In Colorado. Fred K. Hodgson, Fergus
DELAWARE FARMS, delightful climate,
productive soil, best markets, the Ideal
(arming country; we guarantee satisfaction;
end for free catalogue. McDanlel A Mc
Daniel, Dover, Del.
J. F. WTLCOX, Council Bluffs, la,; larg
est greenhouse In west; beautiful flowers
for any occasion shipped anywhere In U. 8.
FLORIDA FARMS CHEAP
Would you Invest In a t, 10. 20 or 40-are
fruit, vegetable, . poultry, pecan or truck
farm in Florida's best agricultural district
If you could get It for $10 per acre under
the market price? we are just opening up
a new tract of land In Columbia county,
Florida, and while constructing the cam
paign, we will sell In this vicinity a few
tracts on cash or easy payments of $5 per
month and at $10 per acre under the market
price. We have just Issued a beautiful 20
page book, showing pictures of fields and
dwellings In our locality, all in artistic col
ors. We will mall you this book free and
send you such other advertising matter as
win give you a good idea oi our propor
tion. Our land Is convenient to two rail
roads and we have a modern city of 6.000
people In our midst. People who know
Florida consider our tract one of the very
best propositions in Florida. It Is endorsed
by hankers, congressmen, rarmcrs and tne
Board of Trade. Columbia-Florida Land
Co., 349 Times Bldg., St. Louis, Mo.
FOR EXCHANGE Good $9,500 atock dry
goods, shoes and groceries;-what have you
in clear land or income property T M. ti.
Wlnnard, Wyoming, la.
IOWA corn land Is best land; 110 acres
four miles town, fair buildings. $3,000: lfio
acres two miles town, fair buildings, $8,503.
Write "S. & Buffalo Center, la.
498 ACRES of bottom land In Iowa, near
Council Bluffs; price, $75 per acre; will
take $16,000 In clear land or good merchan
dise. Also 80 acres In Harrison county;
will trade equity for something clear that
Is worth the money. Address D. M. Rem
ington, Mondamln, la.
FINELY IMPROVED FARMS,
$20 PER ACRE
All rented, paying from 10 to 22 per cent
rent.- Best alfalfa In the world. Easy
terms. If not as represented, will return
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
624 N. Y. Life Bldg. 'Phone Red 19IO.
POSSESSION 80-acre farm; well Im
proved; rich soil; 65 acres In cultivation;
near good town In southeast Kansas; price,
12. MM). Address owner, D. R. Flnley, Caney,
620 ACRES pasture, well fenced, plenty
water, In Barber county, Kansas, for rent,
sale or exchange; state what you have.
Owner. R. S. Few. l.ila. Kan.
$20 ACRES. In Mead county, Kansas, all
In cultivation, quarter ciop goes with land,
soli A No. 1; price. $30; will take Omaha
residence up to $4,000.
415 Bee Building.
THE CREAM OF THE CREAM.
We have for sale six farms located In
eastern Kanitas within 70 miles of Kansas
City; they are convenient to schools
churches, and good towns on main line of
railway; most of them are well Improved,
arid sightly locations. In richness of soil
they are equal to the best lands In Jackson
county. Missouri of Johnson county. Kan
sas, which sell at from $100 to $2&0 per
acre. We will sell tbeae farms at from t'ia
to $55 per aero; $T per acre will buy as
good a farm, with as good Improvements,
as can be bought In the above counties at
from $125 to $150 per acre. No trade, but
fair terms. Act promptly.
ST. J6HN oc PARKtSK. Olathe, Kan.
DESIRE aome choice equities In good,
well located land, having small Incum
brance against; have good, clear property
to offer. Bunnell Le tiourd, 101 Callan
der Ave., Peoria, 111.
FOR SALE My fine Improved farm of
ISsVa acrea. three miles from Montioello,
Minn., improvements, soil and location all
good; price, $i.5 per acre; will sell with a
sniull payment down and easy terms on the
remainder. C. W. Woeabc, Greene, la.
1 ACRES between ?.ee'a Summit and
Ions Jack, on rock road; well Improved;
price. $4. WO. Jchn W. Luttrcll. lcdepen
FOR SALE on long time and easy terms;
4 unimproved 20-arre tracts- and 4 10
scre tracts, on good road. H mile to
school, t mlies to Blue Springs; price
F16 per acre. George Hughes, . Blue
FARM AND IIAMH I.AU FOR HALF,
M I saon r $ C on 1 1 a a e a .
FOR SALE In Camdon rounty. Mo.,
splendid ranch tract, 620 acres; springs,
running stream: tiO acres Improved; clover
meadow: bottom land; blue stem graes;
free ranre. Also ISO arres Joining famous
Ha Ha Tonka park, and manv other tracts,
small and large, amounting to 10.000 acres.
Price, terms, address. A. K. Jackson, Cli
max Springs, Mo.
1W-ACRE bottom farm; every acre till
able; 6-room hotie and other outbuildings;
3ft acres under plow; fenced and cross
fenced; S acres hog pasture, fenced with
plank; 40 acres pasture, balance saw tim
ber; plenty of water; want Income prop
erty, merchandise or, notes secured bv first
mortgages on real estate; price $60 ' per
acre. Address H. F. Clardy, Ethel. Mo.
SOUTH MISSOURI CATTLE AND SHEEP
J.U'O Taney county; Improved, watered;
2.200 Christian county-t Improved; snap;
1,400 Oregon county; unimproved; dandy;
2.300 and 1.900 Carter county; $5.
2.000 and 1,240 Taney county; $4.
60 and 440 and 1.400; $C.
All well watered, fine grass and snap
OSAGE REALTY, CO., Osceola, Mo.
ORCHARD lands and cheap, on easy
terms If interested write South Mis
souri Land and Orchard Company, Doni
' FARM 'BARGAIN.
Most re sold on account ef owner's
health; well Improved 120-acre farm 7H
tnllea from town; price, $36 per acre; eaay
terms. J. T. Campbell, Litchfield. Neb.
WESTERN REAL ESTATE.
Farm and town property where railroad
right-of-way is bought through. Klnkald
homesteads. Dry land to coma under gov
ernment canal. Don't wait Address P. a
Box No. lnl, Ueiing, Neb.
FARMS, Improved and unimproved
ranches. , F. J. Dlshner, O'Neill. Neb.
INSPECT AND YOtT WILT, RTTV THIS
12.600 acres In southwest Ark., 7 miles city of
,uw; rauroaa station on land; Red River
valley; solid, body; no richer farm land;
several Improved farms on tract; hickory,
oak. ash. timber.- For quick sale, $7.60 per
acre; terms. Inspect and you will buy,
LEGRAND W. JONES, Texarkana. Ark.
SALE OF GOOD LANDS
TO BE HELD IN OMAHA
ON MAY 3,
at 2 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,
$1.50 per acre cash, balance long time. Call
or write! for circulars, mapa and full par
ticulars. 1 - ,
This Is a rhance for you to buy good
land at your own price. Write today.
- S. E. WArr & CO. (Trustees.)
17 Bee Bldg.
LARGE and small tracts of land for sale
In North Dakota and Montana. Missouri
Valley Land Co., Dickinson, N. D.
100 IMPROVED FAJtMS FOR RALE $500
will buy one, balanee half crop payments.
Wadsworth Land and fl'ree Co., Langdon,
. TEN THOUSAND acres of homestead
land In fertile Ward county, N. D. A
snap; $13 per acre. Lyon Land and Loan
Co.. Bowbells, N. I).
STUTSMAN CO., N. D.. SECTION.
For sale, an extra fine smooth section,
well located; heavy black soil, $30 per acre.
No trades. W. W." Eberhardt, Mankato,
Minn. -t-.a bit
OKLAHOMA. BARGAINS 400 acres
extra 2d bottom, two 'Sets Improvements,
$62.60 per acre. Best county for corn,
wheat, cats and" alfalfa; Our list free.
Farms $3,000 -to' $8)000. Lefebrve & Wood,
new turn, urn.
110-ACRE Oklahoma farm for sale or ex
change for city property or business. Thos.
J. Harrison, Pryor,.,)kl. ...
tAuAiiuinA mat, cucuiara inn price
list on farms, sent ton request.
S IS T . tTAtl . . n I . . . .
IraStout, 'Gushing, Old.
We have 100,000 acres of choice land to
select from, ranging In price from $5 to
$40 per acre. This land la In the oil and
gas district and you might get an oil well
with your land. '
NOWATA, LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624. New York Life Bldg.
GRANT COUNTS'. S." D., FARM 3.
160 acres a miles from Troy; 120 acres
under plow; 20 . arres timothy, balance
meadow; all nice, 'level land; best of soil;
small house and granary; fine farm. Price,
$5,2f0; $2,250 cash, balance at 6 per cent.
820 acres-2 miles from Troy, 120 acres
under plow, balance all tillable; good soli;
no buildings; a beauty. Price, $10,500; one
half cash and balance at 6 per cent.
320 acres 2tt 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; 2 wells, good
water, 66-barrel cistern; a beautiful home.
Price, $13,300; one-half cash and balance at
t per cent.
660 acres 5 miles from Troy; 400 acres
under plow, 30 acres tame grass, balance
pasture and hay land; 25 acres fenced; 12
acres grove; fine large house, large barn,
granary and other buildings; well of good
water, windmill, task- etc.; to own this
farm means to be happy. Price, $40 per
acre; $9,000 cash and balance at t per cent.
Also have raw prairie lands for sale on
easy terms. Address,
THOMAS K. STEVENS,
Troy, 8. D.
DOUGLAS COUNTT-320 acres H mile
Armour, 260 crop, balance alfalfa and hay,
fair imp.; Al farm, easy terms. 320 acre
8 miles Armour. -one of the very best Im
proved farms In county,' land perfect, 100
acres tame grass, balance crop cultivation,
fine grove, orchard; this Is one of the best
bargains In county. 820 acres t miles Ar
mour. 250 culttv., new barn, fair house; a
genuine bargain In this. 160 acres, all culti
vated, no buildings; a bargain, near town.
16 other choice Improved farms In Douglas
and Charles Mix counties, prices $40 to $70
BRULE COUNTY 3K0 acres 2H miles
Pukwana, new house, other buildings good,
2:0 cultivated, land the best. C40 acres H
mile Pukwana. 110 crop, all good, tillable
land, good set improvements, at a bargain.
lt acres 4 miles Pukwana, well Improved,
one of the best snaps in county. 120 acrea
2 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,
S05 Grain Exchange Bldg., Sioux City. Ia.
SOUTH DAKOTA LANDS.
640 acres, lying on the valley at the foot
of the Wesslnuton hills, with 5,000 worth
of improvement!!, consisting of a good, new
bank barn 40x65, Willi plenty of room for
hay, cattle and horses; a good eluht-room
houre, granary and corncrib; artesian well,
running through hog pasture; euO acres of
this land Is as good land as there Is in
Hand and llradle countlea, with Just
enough slope to drain nicely; the other
forty acres conslkts of twelve acres of Rood
natural timber, good hlsh building spot
and fine pasture land; 400 acres of this
land la In cultivation and 200 acres Is fine
hay meadow; level land and should be
cultivated; this land paid 15 per cent Inter
est on the investment for the last five
year; It can be bought for the small rum
of $42.50 per acre, on good terms; the pluce
has the advaniagea of rural free delivery
and telephone; this section is cither an In
vestment or a home for anyone to handle,
with or without stock, as It lies tributary
to cheep pasture land; only six miles from
Wcasingion, and will bear cloae inspection;
trlH is one of fifty or more barpulns tht
ae can offer. Weesington Valley Land Co..
WcEsuiglu'i, 8. D.
BUY IRRIGATED LAND.
Best investment on the market, choice
flreded lands under the IMie Koitrehe pru
tct, we can sell as low as $2) per acre;
rite for pnrticilare.
C. M. RICH, &4I Boe Bldg . Omaha, Neb.
FARM A.M HtMil l,AM FOR SAI.F.
oata Dakota .('tlaaed.
I HAVE for quick sale a fin H section
spven miles from Midland, 115 acres in nice
growing wheat, land all under fence and
cross lence; small house and barn; will
sell . this land at $22 per acre. Including
crop and new disc and mower, good wagon
and other farm machinery; will carry
bark $2,500 at 7 per rent Interest. Como
quick If you want this snap. Hudson Land
Agency, Midland, S. D.
WRITE for big. new list of South Da
kota and Minnesota lands to exchange for
general merchandise, hardware, cattle. In
come; give full particulars, llaalltt'a
Land Agency, Marlon, 8. D.
SOUTH DAKOTA LAND The rush Is on
for Stanley county laud; 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 $IH per acre. For maps and In
formation write to Felland Realty Co., 6.11
Palace Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
FOR HALE At a bargain, an Oklahoma
farm. In the richest agricultural portion
of state. For particulars address Geo. J.
Martin, Amarlllo, Tex.
SPECIAL fine proposition of 7,6M acres;
ail fine land; Joining the city of Midland,
Tex., on T. P. R. It.; 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,OUO cash; will agree to give
deeds with each M) tracts with separate
set of notes; 10 annual payments, per
cent Interest; can furnish blue print: write
me at once. Will Jennings, Italy, 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 graxlng; some Im
proved ranches. Address O. O. Hillebrandt
Co., Lands, Loans and Investments, Browns
BUSINESS PROPERTY In Flndlay, O..
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
man, Fort Dodge, la.
WHY remain where the climatic condi
tions are so much against you whnn you
can purchase the richest land, at lowest
prices, in the country of Manatee? A ten
acre farm here will net as much as 100
acres In the north; delightful climate, no
drouths, convenient markets, abundant
labor, good schools; goods shipped from
this county are sold at highest prices In
northern markets; establish a fruit and
vegetable farm here and become Independ
ent; write for booklet. J. W. White, Gen
eral Industrial Agent, S. A. L. Railway,
And nowhere better than in Snohomish
county, Washington. But little freexing
or hot weather, no bad storms and small
grain, grass, roots and most fruits yield
great; no failures. Butter 30c per
lb. and higher. Our best dairymen have
money In plenty; 18 years ago I 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, $16,600. Good terms. More bis and
little. Write for particulars.
J. A. BAKER,
Room S Walsh Bldg., Everett, Wash.
FOR SALE Ranch on Colorado and
Wyoming line; consists of 9,500 acres of.
graxlng 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, Jelm,
Wyo. . . ,
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
6, 6 and '-room houses. If prices are right
we can sell your property for you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite 624 N. Y. Llfa B'dg.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans and i warranto. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1220 Farnam St.
LOANS to home owners and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
W. H. THOMAS.
603 First National Bank Bldg
GARVIN BROS., SIR N. Y. Life, $600 to
$200,000 on Improved property. No delay.
$500 to $5,000 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. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., ISth and Farnam.
LOWEST RATES Bemls. Brandels Bldg.
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 soil; no finer land
In the state. Address, P. O. Box 372, Weep
ing Water, Neb.
TO EXCHANGE Improved Oklahoma
farm for stock- merchandise. Box 278,
IF YOU want good Kansas farms for
your flats, residence or other Income prop
erty list with us.
LATHROP & TOBIN,
415 Bee Building. -
$8,000. $17,000. $20,000.
$15,000 $17,000 hardware, wants Jand.
Please give legal numbers In first letter.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 19.
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?
vnWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1X9.
CLOSED carriage or street back, landau
let style, hut lule used, made by Cunning
ham and sold new for $1,000. This carriage
Is now worth $CO0 In cash, but we would
exchange It for horses or for vacant prop
erty or for western land, Johnson, Dun
forth Co., 8. W. Cor. 10th and Jones Sts.
FIRST CLASS FARM
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
I have 320-acre farm, level and all In high
stale of cultivation; 6 acres beautiful grova.
9-room house, with, hard wood floor; gxmd
well, cistern, garden, small fruit, beautiful
Lawn. Large, new barn for stock and hay;
granary, hog hoiftie, chicken house, car
riage shed; everything In first class con
dition. Buildings palmed. It s a picture of
a rruKlern farm "Homo Sweet Home"
Located In Dakota, one and ono-half miles
from a town of 2.010. Price $75 an acre.
Clear of Incumbrance. . Arn moving to
Omaha, and want to take a nice, modern
little home as part payment. What have
you that's clear? Call Monday, Room 40,
Rmn-r Hotel, Omaha. George W. Bowder.
You Want a larm
the other fellow wants city property er
stock of goods. We want me commission,
rend us full description in first letter end
ae will it' you a trade.
NOWATA LAND LOT CO.
Suite 624 N. Y Life Bids. Red I
WE handle exchanges of properties of
merit HARRY 11. CULVER. WJ-M0 N. Y.
Life Bldg. 'Phone D 76.
COAL AND TIMBER
land for rale or exchange for good Income
pmperiy. A. 1. Lrysuu, Union Bio.
IRRIGATED farm In Toyah valley; 160
acres In alfalfa, 40 acres ready for corn;
this la said to be the best farm In the
valley; will pay 20 per cent this year.
Write 8. K. Washuw. Saragosa, Texas.
O. A. LIN QUEST CO., 2.3 FAXTON Pl.K.
MAX MORRIS. 301 BROWN BLOCK.
HARRY MARTIN. R. 1. U. a Bank Bldg.
V. TAUCHEN, Krug Theater Bjdir
WANTED TO BUY
IIVTST PRICK paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothing and shoes. 'Phone
SECOND-HAND clothing, rarty, afternoon
dreseee. John r'eldman, D. tU or Ind. A-2t.
BEST PRICE paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothing and shoes. Phone.
I BltT, sell and exchange eecond-hand
goods. Sol Rosenberg, 103 8. 14th. Doug. 6386.
KE1SER pays beet for furniture, etc.
Antique furniture cheap. 1020 Center. D. 6-a.
WANTED-6.000 feather beds. Write or
phone D. 7503, Metropolitan Feather Co.,
801 N. 20th.
BEST PRICES paid for Id-hand furni
ture, carpets, stoves, clothes, shoes. D. 621.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED To lease a good hotel fur
nished, or take the management; can fur
nish all the help; best of references;
years' experience. C. M. D., General De
livery, Council Bluffs.
We Are Getting Numerous Calln
For Houses of All Sizes. List With Us.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
$24 N. Y. Lite Bldg. Phone Red ltW9i
WISH to rent or lease five or six-room
cottage. Must be modern and In good
residence district. Address. W-21S Bee.
A CLEAN, energetic young man, with
two years' experience as head clerk to sales
and traffic mju.igoi' of litifce manufactur
ing company desires position in advancing
route of similar character. References. Ad
dress B 2i0, care line.
J?1 ESTATE TRANSFERS
Real estate trannfers for April 11. laio,
furniHhed by the Midland Guarantee and
Trust company, bonded abstracters, L14
Farnam St. Tel. Douglas 28tio:
S. P. Bostwick and wife to U. S.
Hutchinon, lot 18 and w9 ft. of lot 17.
Baltimore Park .$2,003
James Kozak and wife to Joseph
Kugler, e42 ft. of Rl40 ft. of lot i2.
Barker's Allotment 1,25
Charles R. Sherman and wife et al.
to Alfred D. Fouler et al., sub. lot 20,
block 3, Capitol add 40.000
H. C. Rich to Charles H. Cherry, lot
25, block 2, Clark Redick'a add 775
E. Nordin and wife to I. Kyhl, siO ft.
of lot 7, block 2, Mcintosh's subd.... 3,500
C. L. Poppleton, trustee, et al. to Ida
Sharp et al., lot 8, block 28, Popple
ton Park 3.0U0
Boulevard Park Improvement Co. to
F. A. Chase, n20 ft. of lot 10 and s20
ft. of lot 11, block 8, Boulevard Park 1
Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy Rail
road Co. to Chicago, St. Paul, Min
neapolis Railway Co., part of lot 2,
block "H," city, and other land 372
Home Terrace Co. to A. W. Oakley,
lot 28, block 3, Home Terrace 275
Josephine Plcka to Paulina Lungpaul,
lot 2. block 12, Brown Park 1
Paulina Lungpaul to Josephine Plcka,
C. H. Brown and husband et al. to
McCague Investment Co., lot 8, block
164, city 46,126
Kenwood Realty Co. to Edna L. Kel
logg, lot 392, Kenwood 86
Thede B. Reed and husband to John
H. Martin, lot 12, block 2, Drake's
Charles Miller and wife to Frit'x Mul- '
ler, part lot 1, Morrison's add 3,500
State National bank of Cleveland,
Ohio, to Henry Schrelner, lots - 16o .
and 167, Lenox 10
Carl Thorson and Wife to C. P. Wesln,
lot 9, replat block, 7, Bemls Park
Frank M. Keatley and wife to Mary
A. Klebba, e'-i of lot 9 and all of lot
10, block "E," Prospect Place i 2,300
William R. Morand and wife, to B. . ,
Schlank. e40 ft. of woO ft. of eH of
lots 1 and 2, block 1, Boggs & Hill's '
2d add 750
Lizzie C. Brown and husband to 11. C,
Blackstoue. s40 ft. of lot 7, block 7,
Boulevard Park 1
Hastings & Heyden to Mary Egan, lot
15, block 9, Patrick's 2d add 2,650
G. Nicotera et al. to John Zltnlk, eft
of lot 8, block 1, Shull's add 1,500
A. W. Jones and wife to James H.
Artherton and wife, lot 11. block 145,
South Omaha 7t0
Thomas Spellman and wife to Chris
M. Pullman, lot 12, block 8, Bedford
G. F. Klsasser and wife to Maggie
Heater, all of block 31, Ambler Pace 3,200
P. Nelsen and wife to William P.
Johnson and wife, lots 19 and 20,
block 6, Baker Place 1,800
P. NelBen to William P. Johnson, lot
21, block 6, Baker Place 1
K. Parker and husband to Frank F.
Retrhardt, wM, of of nei,, 31-16-13 2.850
PROPOSALS FOR PUBLIC BUILDING.
Fort Mackenzie, Wyoming, March 14th,
1910. Sealed Proposals In triplicate will be
received until 2 P. M., mountain
time, April 18th, 1910, for the Con
struction and Klectrlo Wiring of a
Reinforced Concrete Root House, Plan 195.
Plans and Specifications on file at Office
of Chief Quartermaster, Department of the
Missouri, Omaha, Neb.. Chief Quarter
master, Department of the Colorado, Den
ver, Colo., Builders' Exchange, St. Paul,
Minn., and the American Contractor, Chi
cago, III. Or the same may be had from
this office upon deposit of five ($5.00) dol
lars, which will be promptly refunded
upon their safe return. Envelopes contain
ing proposals should be Indorsed, "Propo
sals for Root-House," and addressed to the
Constructing Quartermaster, Fort Mac
kenzie. Wvo. Meh-21-22-23-24. A-15-18
Maximum Steamship Luxury
Six Days New York-Paris
Elegant modern expreas steamers leave New
York for Havre, Thursdays 10 A. M. Express
train connections for Paris and all continental
points. Passengers have the comforts of famous
hotels superior cuisine, palatial suites, mag
nirlcent salons, orchestras, gymnasium, eleva
tors, roof gardens, dally paper and every
desired luxury. Naval olliceru: man-o'-war dis
cipline. Safety Is amply provided for by wilO
Vets and submarine bell tlgnalst
La Touralne, April 21
La Lorraine, May 5
La Savole ....May 12
La Provence, May 19
La Touralne, May 26
La Lorraine, June 2
Addition! alllan at td cabin price alternate
Saturday! by popuitr one cltis cabin itaain
4i to IC2.W.
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K. O. BHIBI.DB, 1601 Farnam St.
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an ruta Ave. mw rora oity.
ROW OVER GARBAGE JOULES
Wording- of Cards Arouses Ire of
Housekeepers Who Tay.
MANY KICKS ARE COMING IN
Authorities Admit that the WnriU
Ins la Bad and Hope to Watla
faclorlly straighten Oat
There appears to be a small African In
the city garbage ordinance after all. His
head Is Just beginning to show and some
puzzled householders are evincing a dis
position to hit It.
The trouble arises ovr the wording of
the lines relating to charges, which at
tracted no attention at the time the ordi
nance was adopted and licenses Issued. On
the cards Issued by the health office for
the Information of householders dealing
with the garbage contractor It Is set out
that the contractors are to collect 10 ou
15 cents, as the case may be, for empty
ing cans of less than twenty gal
lons." with higher amounts for cans of
"less" than thirty or fifty gallons. So, If
a can contains only two gallons and Is
emptied by the collector the charge la the
same as If It contained nineteen gallons.
Several kicks have already been made to
the health commissioner's office, but the
difficulty has been straightened out without
any lawsuits up to date.
Word I as Is Bad.
Dr. Connell and his assistants admit (hut
a better wording would have beon "tnn
gallons or less," but they also exp
view that householders need not
garbage cans emptied until they are full
provided the stuff Is kept tightly confined.
Rome kicking has also arisen and com
plaints have followed that the collectors
are not as prompt as they might be In
gathering garbage when notified. The con
tractors defend themselves against this
charge with the statement that, as the sys
tem Is new. It will steadily Improve In this
particular. Under the old plan they went
everywhere, while under the new plan they
must have notice to call. ' "
Still at His Work
Will Make Detailed Report ofHii
Findings After He Returns
Dr. Leon L. Lumsden of the marine hos
pital service, who Is making. an Investiga
tion of the health conditions In Omaha,
with special reference to the rnsens why
typhoid fever should prevail at certain
seasons nf the year, has about completed
his house-to-house canvass. ' ' ,
This canvass was made tinder the guid
ance of Sanitary Inspector Claude Bossle
of Health Commissioner Connell'a staff,
and Is the first of Its kind ever attempted
In this section' of the country.' Before start
ing out. Dr. Lumsden made a list of more
than 100 Omaha' homes wherein t typhoid
fever had been reported since It first ap
peared last December. Every place so re
ported was visited by the maiMne hospital
expert and the local Inspector. When the
purpose of their visit was explained the
people interviewed willingly gave all the
Information they were aaked for. This
covered' two Score' or more of questions,
going to every possible element that could
have any bearing on the general question.
When Dr. Lumsden gets his data completed
and In shape for publication, probably after
his return to Washington, ;te will be able
to set out Just how many cases of typhoid
originated elcewhere and came to Omaha
and how many can propel ly be credited to
local conditions. -
As Uncle Sam's Investigators go about
their business In the most thorough man
ner, and always test carefully their find
ings before making them public. Dr. Lums
den's report need not be expected for some
time. He promises, however. It will be
made dust as soon- as possible, end will
carry such recommendations aa his pains
taking Investigation, extending over a
month or more, may lead him to make
for the avoUance of typhoid epidemics In
t i l
A Bloody Affair
Is lung hemorrhage. Stop It and cure week
lungs, coughs and colds with Dr. Kins
New Discovery. 60c and $1.00. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co. '
Over Market Space
City Market Master Has Sold Space
and Retailers and Commission
Men Don't Like It.
War Is threatened between the Retail
Grocers' association and City Marketmas
Mr. Kllllan secured the Indorsement of
the city council for a proposal to auction
off the sidewalk space within the. limits of
ficially designated on. Eleventh and Jack
son streets for market purposes. Hucksters
and market gardeners bought these spaces
at an average price of $10 and the city will
thus get some Income from this eource,
probably several hundred dollars In the
course of a year.
When the spaces on the sidewalks were
sold the grocers' agent protested and com
mission men also thought they had a kick
coming, but Mr. Kllllan stood pat and soon
the test will' come. wHen 'the gardeners be
gin to bring In their stuff for sale.
Then enters another source of worry for
the marketmaster. Eleventh street Is to be
repaved and workmen are now tearing up
the old pavement, preparatory to putting
down the new. Mr. Kllllan fears the street
will be blocked' to use just at the time
when his tenants will want to take posses
sion. He has taken the matter up with
City Engineer Craig and so far as pos
sible the engineer's office will co-operate
to have the new pavement rushed to com
pletion. The loss! Kleea ef Goad Health.
The restorative power of aound sleep can
not be over estimated and any ailment
that prevent It la a menace to health.
J. It. Southers, Eau Claire, Wis., says:
"For a long time I have been unable to
sleep soundly nights, because of pains
across my back and soreness of my kid
neys. My appetite was very poor and my
general condition was much run down. I
have been taking Foley Kidney Pill but,,
a ahort time and now deep as sound as
rock. I eat and enjoy my. meals, and my
general condition I greatly Improved. I
can honeitly recommend Foley' Kldniy
Flli as I knew tuey have cured ma" For
ale by U druggists.
Kpaaish Parliament llsolvd.
MADRID. April 14,-Klng -Alfonso today
- - - . ji.-miiii nrllamtnt The
iirw Parliament wl 1 be elected la Way
and will assemble June 16.
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