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FLOW DA FARMS CHEAP
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fruit, vegKuauie. v.uui y. l-can
farm In r lonoa Dest ir,ci.nur die net
u yuu cOkiin i U " l'-r "VU"U''
a new tract of land In Columbia county.
p.,u, Hi ' " "
iranti on cahii or ea.y .inent ut P '
muntn and at $W p, i acie umi.r .'
pr.ee. v nave just .esuea a beau ,iui tt
pag book, snowing pictures of t.chls and
Jweillnas in our loa.ny a.l In ert.stio ool
oia. we will ma" ou n. book neo na
s-nd you such otner atlvei t smg mauer as
will give you a food Idea ot ,u, urupo -lion.
Our land m convcne.it 10 to laii
roarfs and we nave a moiin city ot .
people in our imdat. People h"u
noi ma cunnider our tract one ot ine vry
vtxi propositions in Florida. It la rndorawi
by .banners, coiigieHxmcn, farmers and me
t.oanl ot Trade. Columbia-!' lor.da Lena
to., 4 Tlmea Bldg., St. Lou.h. Mo.
Illinois.
DESIRE some choice . aqultlea In good,
well located land, having amall Incum
brance against; nave goou. clear property
-to ofler. Rueeell La eourd. 101 Callan
der Ave, l'eorla III.
tons.
rOR' F.XCItANGi: oood $500 atock dry
goods, ahota and groceries; what hava you
in clear land or iiicuin property f M. II.
Wlnnard, Wyoming, la.
4: ACRES of bottom land In Iowa, pear
Council muffs, pi ice, $76 per acre; will
take $15,0)0 In clear land or good merchan
dine. Also SJ acres In Hairiaun county;
will trade equity for something clear that
Is worth the money. Address 1). M. Rem
ington, Mondainin, la.
IOWA corn land la best lai.d; 110 acres
four mllea town, fair buildings. W.000; 153
acrea two miles town, fair buildings, ti.&OJ.
Write "4. Buffalo Center, la.
Kamaaa.
MO ACRES pasture, well fenced, plenty
water, In Barber county, Kansas, for rent,
sale or exchange; state what you have,
owner, K. a), l'ow. I.ila. Kan.
THE) CREAM O THE CREAM.
We have for sale six farm located In
eastern Kansas within 70 miles of Kansas
City; they are convenlunt to schools
churches, and good towna on main line of
railway; most of them are well Improved,
and 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 1100 to 250 per
acre. We will sell these farms at from fJn
to f per acre; M par acre will buy as
good a farm, with as good Improvements,
as can be bought In the above counties at
from 1125 to f;5Q per acre. Ho trade, but
lair terms. Act promptly.
UT. JOHN & PARK EH, Olathe, Kan.
. KANSAS
FINELY niPKOVED FABMS,
, $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
your expenses.
NOWATA IjAND AND LOT CO.,
24 N. Y. Life Bldg. 'Phone Red 19M.
POSSESSION 80-acre farm; well Im
proved; rich soil; ii acres In cultivation;
near good town In aoulheaat K annus; price,
2.6U0. Address owner, L. IX. ITIuley, Caney,
Kan.
7" Michigan.
MICHIGAN FARM BARGAINS.
Send -stamp for our catalogue. Gives
location, pricey owner'a address. Several
coulee farms In famous Michigan Fruit Belt.
CLOSTKRHOUSK & WOOLSTON, .
Urand Rapids, Mich.
Mlaaesotav.
FOR RALE My fin Improved farm of
1SS aorea, three miles from Montloello,
Minn.,, Improvements, soil and location all
good; price, o5 per acre; will sell with a
small payment down and easy terms qn the
remainder. C. W. Soeabe, Greene, la.
Mlaaaarl. ....
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II ACRES between tree's Summit and
Lone Jack, on rook road; well improved;
price, . $4,W0- Jcnn W. LuttrelU Indepen
dence, Mo. ,
FOR SALE In Camden county. Mo..
aplendld ranch tract, 620 acres; springs,
running stream; 60 aores Improved; clover
meadow; bottom land; blue stem grass;
free range. Also loO acres Joining famous
' 11a 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.
160-ACHE bottom farm; every acre till
able; 6-room house and other outbuildings;
15 acres under plow; fenced and cross
fenced; 6 acres hog pasture, fenced with
plank; 40 acres pasture, balance aaw tim
ber; plenty of water; want income prop
erty, merchandise or notes secured by first
mortgages on real estate; piles M per
acre. Address B..F. Clardy, Ethel, Mo.
KOUTH MISSOURI CATTLE AND SHEEP
RANCHES.
2.120 Taney county; Improved, watered;
$6; terms.
2,200 Christian county; improved; snap;
L400 Oregon county; unimproved; dandy;
i.sOO and 1.9C0 Carter county; $5.
10W) and 1.240 Taney county; 4
and 440 aud 1.4U0; 6.
All well watered, flu graas and snap
bargains.
OSAGE REALTT CO.. Osceola. Mo.
ORCHARD landa and cheap, on easy
terni.i. If interested write boutrt Mis
souri Land and Orchard Company, Doni
pnan. Mo.
FOR SALE on long time and easy terms;
4 unimproved 20-ncre tracta and 4 10
acre tracta, on good road. H mile to
school, I mllea to Blue Springs; price
t1 per acre. George Hughes. Blue
bpriags, Mo.
I CAN TELL YOU why good Improved
land sell in this beautiful climate at from
tlO to 115 an acre. Address Box 47. Ozark
"Teltraxaitat.
INSPECT AND YOU WILL BUY THIS
It UO acres In souihw.st Ark.. 1 mllea city of
, 26,0v0; raiiroad station on land; Ked River
valley; solid body; no richer farm land;
everal Improved farms on tract; hickory,
oak. ash timber. For quick sale, 17. U) per
acre; terms, inspect and you wlU buy.
LKGRAND W. JONES. Texarkana, Ark.
1 X-
WESTERN REAL ESTATB.
' Farm and town property where railroad
right-of-way is fcougiit through. Kir.kaid
homesteads. Dry land to coma unoer gov
romcnt canal. Imn't .wait Addreaa I'. O.
siux No. luX, Grlng. Neb.
FARMS, Improved and ummDroved
ranches.- F. J. D:ahner, O'Neill. Neb.
640 acres of good, level grus land, north
east Nebraska. Is clear of lncumbrnnce. If
old before May 1. will take fl.toO; o,i easy
terma, ( per cent deterred payments. Ad
dress Y 263, care Bee.
Oklaboaaa.
OKLAHOMA BARGAINS 40 acres
extra I'd bottom, two sets Improvements.
It. I0 per acre, beat county for corn,
wheat, oat! and alfalfa. Our list free.
Kaima 4J.0U0 to $I.U0il. Lefeurve ft Wood.
New Kl U. Okl.
110-ACim Oklahoma farm for sale or ex
clmiKe fur clly piwpvrty or busluew. Thus.
J. Harrison, fryor, Okl.
OICLAIIOMA
We have 100.000 acrts of choice land to
select from, ruidui in price rum i to
$o per acre. This land Is la the oil anl
cas district and you tulghi set au oil well
uh vcur Innd.
NOWATA IJtVD XD IX.T CO..
Sulla -4 New York Life Side.
Mart h Uuketa.
LA ROB and small Iraets of land for sale
In North lakoia and Montana. Missouri
Val:y Land .'o I'ickiiiaon. N. I
KX) IUPKOVKI FARIK.S FOR f4AI.K-s-)0
ill buy viie. balance half crop pnymenia
Wadorth Laud and 'l ree Co.. LariC'too.
N. 1 -
T:S THOT'SAKD acres' of homestead
land In fertile Vant county, N. D A
nap; $1$ per acre. Lyoa Laud and Loan
Co., 14obtli. N. IX
REAL ESTATE
FHIM Al) HAXll a, A .Ml FOR tAt.E
(Continued )
, Ohio.
BUSINESS FnCU'KKTY In FlndlaT. O.
for wetern land; property renla for Hi
per month; fine locution In one of the bent
towns In Ohio; will give you good trade.
Write for further particular. Chae. Stay
tnau. tort Dodge, la.
SoaKIa Dakota.
OR A NT COUNTY, B. D.. FARMS.
100 acre t miles from Troy; 120 acres
under plow; 20 acrea timothy, balance
meadow; all nice, level land; best of soil;
small houre and granary; fine farm. Price,
&.Z.0; 2.J,0 cash, balance at t per cent.
$20 acres miles from Troy, 130 acres
under plow, balance all tillable; Rood soil;
no buildings; a beauty. Price. $10,501); one
half cash and balance at 6 per cent.
SW acres 24 miles from Troy; 120 acres
under plow, 70 acres tame grans, 100 acres
fenced for pasture; all nice land and all
tillable; nice large house, good bam, gran
ary, etc.; nice grove trees; I wells, good
water, tin-barrel cistern; a beautiful home.
Price, $U.3uO; one-half cash and balance at
per cent.
40 acres miles fiom Troy; 400 acres
under plow, SO acres tame grass, balance
pasture and hay land; 2-5 acres fenced; 12
acrea 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; $9.0U0 cash and balance at per cent.
Also have raw prairie landa for sal on
easy terms. Address.
THOMAS It. STEVENS.
Troy, 8. D.
DOUGLAS COL'NTT-320 acres mile
Armour, 2i0 crop, balance alfalfa and hay,
fair Imp.; Al farm, easy terma. 820 acres
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. 320 acres t miles Ar
mour. ZjO cultlv., new barn, fair house; a
genuine bargain In this. 1M acres, ail culti
vated, no buildings;- a bargain, near town.
15 other choice improved larms In Douglas
and Charles Mix counties, prices 40 to S70
per acre.
BRULB COUNTY 380 acres 2 miles
Pukwana, new hou(-e, other buildings good,
2,'iO cultivated, land the best 640 acres S
mile Pukwana, 110 crop, al! good, tillable
land, good set Improvements, at a bargain.
ItiO acres 4 miles Pukwana, well Improved,
one of the best snaps In county. 120 acres
2 miles town, well improved, a snap. 60
other Improved and unimproved places In
Brule and Buffalo counties, S20 up.- Have
nothing but the very choicest pieces of
land. Write for further Information and
Huts.
W. T. BARTLETT,
SOS Grain Exchange Bldg., Sioux City, la.
SOUTH DAKOTA LAND The rush is on
for Stanley county land; sevoral new lines
of railroad now . building in this county.
Huy now nd double your money in the
next two years. Choice lands selling at
from $12 to 118 per acre. For mans and In
formation write to Felland Realty Co., 6:'l
Palace Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
SOUTH DAKOTA LANDS.
- 840 acres, lvlns on the valley at the foot
of the Wesaington hills, with 15.000 worth
of Improvements, consisting of a good, new
bank barn 40x65, with plenty of room for
hay, cattle and horses: a good elcht-rnom
house, granary and corncrlb; artesian well
running through nog pasture; tuu acres ot
this land la as good land a there is In
Hand and Beadle counties, with Just
enoiiKh slODe to drain nicelv: the other
forty acres consists of twelve acres of Rood
natural timber, good high building spot
and fine pasture land; 400 acres of this
land is In cultivation and 200 acrea Is fine
hay meadow; level land and should be
cultivated; this land pnld 15 per cent Inter
est on the Investment for the last five
years; It can be bought for the small sum
of $42.50 per acre, on good terms; the place
has the advantages of rural free delivery
and telephone; this section Is .cither an In
vestment or a home for anyone to nannie,
with or without stock, as It Ilea tributary
to cheap pasture land; only six miles from
Wesslngton, and will bear close Inspection;
this is one of fifty or more bargains that
we can offer. Wesaington Valley Land Co.,
Wesaington. 8. D.
Texaa.
FOR SALE 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 7,680 acres',
all-fine land; -Joining the city-of Midland,
Tex., on T. P. R. R. ; part can be sold for
town loot balance for farms; already run
out In tracts from SO acres urt; all tillable;
the town la booming, and this can be
handled on 140.000 cash; will agree to give
deeds with each 0 tracta with separata
set of notes; 10 annual payments', a per
cent Intereat; can furnish blue print; write
me at once. Will Jennings, Italy, Tex.
FOR SALE Cheap land. In old Mexico
and Rio Grande vnlley, Texaa: any size
tract; adapted to sugar cane, cotton, fruits
and general agriculture; large acreage
timber, mineral oil and gracing; some Im
proved ranches. Address O. C. Hlllebrandt
Co., Lands, Loans and Investments, Browns-
vlllB. Tex.
IRRIGATED farm in Toyah valley: 160
acres In alfalfa, 40 acres ready for corn;
tnift is said to be the best farm in the
valley; will pay 20 per cent this year.
Write S. E. Washow. Saragosa, Texas.
Virginia.
WHY remain "where the climatic condi
tions are an much against you when you
can purchase the richest land, at lowest
prices, In 'he country of Manatee? A ten-
acre farm here will net as much as 1W
acres In tho north; delightful climate, no
drouths, convenient markets, abundant
laror, good schools; goods shipped from
tills county are sold .at highest prices In
northern markets; establish a fruit and
vegetable Iarm here and become Independ
ent; write for booklet J. W, White, Gen
eral industrial Agent, b. A. L. Railway,
Norioia. va.
Waablngton.
DAIRYING PAYS.
And nowhere better than In Snohomish
county, Washington. But little freealng
or hot weather, no bad storms and small
grain, grass, roots and most frulta yield
great; no failures. Butter Soo per
lb. and higher. Our best dairymen have
money In plenty; 18 years ago 1 brought
cows here from Wisconsin and have done
dairying, ao talk confidently. I am now
selling real estate and many farma. Have
one of 155 acres, mostly bottom land,
near Inrffe condensery and good city;
water piped into buildings, now support
ing 40 cows. Price with tool and some
stock.. $15,500. Good terms. More big and
little. Write for particular.
J. A. BAKEH.
Room 3 Walsh Bldg , Everett. Wash.
Wyoming. ,
FOR SALE Ranch on Colorado and
Wyom.'nu line; consists of .600 acres of
grazing and hay land; ranch I now
slocked with cattle and sheep; will sell
ranch with or without atoclr. For further
particuiari apply to Harry Tathain. Jelin,
Wyo.
II Iscella neoas.
NOW, you Ree readers, get busy. See
what snaps I have in land. Leander Clark,
Kearney, Neb.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
t, $ and '-room houses. If prices are rleht
, csn sell your property for you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.
Suite tU N. T. Life lV.ig.
WANTED To hire, broken and planted
to corn, 40 acres at Fort Calhoun, Neb. Dr.
Ross, Tel. Webster 1192.
HAVE I10O00 to $3f.,000 to Invest In first
elass Income properly. Must be well lo
cated. 1'refer brick bundinT. E 241. care
Bee.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans and warranta. W,
Farnam riratih it Co.. Karnam St.
LOANS t heme owners and home build
ers, with privllete of making partial pay
ments semi-annually.
W. IL THOMAS.
101 First National Bank Bid.
OARVIN llltOS., Ill N. T. Life, 110 to
:-00 Cm en Improved property. No delay.
V tn l&.OvO on homaa in Omaha, O'Keefe
R.l Vtats Co.. 14 N. Y. Life. Douglat
er A-tlis.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Inrestment Co.
FIVE PIT CKNT MONET
te loan on - "
Oonaha- bonlneta rroperty.
THOMAS JIKKNNAN.
Room L New Yoik Lite B.da,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
tContlnued.)
WANTED City loana. Feers Truat Co.
$100 1o lio.ooe mult promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wad Dldg., 18th and Farnam.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Brandela Bldg.
SECURITY
Is of first Importance In making an Invest
ment. Wa have a numher nf Bond ninrl.
gages secured by Nebraska farms and
bearing i pvr cent Interest, which are of
fered lo Investors. Pee our loan department
witn reference to these. I
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
P"u theast Corn er lf.th ap dFa rn a
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Farm and Ranch Land.
2 ACRES, 6-R. htuse. 4Sth and Mander-
son.
4 acres. 7-R. houxe, 4fith and Harney.
23 acres, small Hous 40th and Boulevard.
F. D. WEAD, 1801 Farnam Ht.
SWAPS
ONE ot the finest ftutt farms ever built;
10 aerea large and amall fruit: modern
house; an Ideal home aud a big money
maker. It is worth 17,000. Do you want It 7
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
8ulte 624 N. Y. Ufa Bldg. Ked 1993.
CLOSED carriage or street hack, landau
let style, but lltle used, made by Cunning
ham and sold new for $1,004 This carriage
la now worth $000 In cash, but we would
exchange It for horses or for vacant prop
erty or for weatarn land. Johnson, Dan
forth Co.. 8. W. Cor. loth and Jones Sta,
IS.O00. 117,000. $20,000.
General merchandise.
115.000-117.000 hardware. wants land.
Please give legal number In first letter.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red lutt.
You Want a Barm
the other fellow wants city property or
stock ot goods. We want tne commission.
Bend us full description In first letter and
we will you a trade.
NOWATA LAND A LOT CO..
Cult 624 N. Y Life Bids. Ked 1J9H
WILL exchange good quarter section of
land In Kimball county, Nebraska, for ftve
pansenger car In good condition. Address
Y 258, care Bee.
Two bouses clear $4,000
Trade for land and assume a reasonable
amount.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1999.
WHAT have you got to trade for Colo
rado Irrigated lands under good reservoir
and ditch? A, C. White. Fort Morgan, Coio.
IF YOU HAVE
Property to the amount of $3,000 to ex
change for a good mrmeymaklng business
write MIDLAND INVESTMENT CO., 103-4
McCague Bldg.
SOUTH OMAHA
Famished Hooma For Rent..
NICE furnished room; hot and cold
-water; centrally located. 2316 I.
WAVERLY HOTEL, 2310 M St.; Am. plan;
bath; $1.25 day; weekly, $5 up; meals, 25c.
Offered for Sale.
FOR SALE Barber shop; call or address
James Turner, 412V4 N. 2Bth, South Omaha.
Hedn Wanted.
WANTED Lady cook. Kline Hotel, 106
N. 24th St
TAILORS
G. A. LINQUEST CO.. 235 PAXTON BLK.
MAX MORRI8. Ml BROWN BLOCK.
V. TAUCHEN. Krug Theater Bldg.
WANTED TO BUY
BEST PRICE paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothing and shoes. 'Phone
Douglas, 3P71.','.". " . ': .' " '
SECOND-HAND elotblng. party, afternoon
dresaea. John Feldman, D. lias or Ind. A-263S.
I BUY, sell and exchange second-hand
goods. Sol Rosenberg. 103 & 14th. Doug. 5886.
KEISER pays best for furniture, - etc
Antique furniture cheap. 1020 Center. D. 6663.
WANTED TO RENT
We Are Getting Numerous Calls
For Houses of All Sixes. List With Us.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
(24 N. Y. Life Bldg. Phone Red 199.
too Late to classify
WANTED: 10 good salesmen immedi
ately on educational proposition, small
salary and good commission. Commence
work at once and win De sieaay traveling
for six montha at least. Unmarried men
best. Salary and commission will be bet
ter than $125 per month. You must be a
hustler, willing to work, hard, and be
able to submit tne nigneat reierencea ana
furnish surety bond.
BESIDES BEING A GOOD SALESMAN
PRICKER MEN QUALIFIED AS
PRINCIPALS OF SCHOOLS.
FIRST GRADE TEACHERS (male).
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES (over 22)
BUSINESS COLLEGE GRADUATES.
REMEMBER YOU MUST BE A SALES
MAN.
Read this ad carefully. It Is not play
but hard work we want. If you can qual
ify and are willing to travel continuously
fur six months making small towns see
Mr. A. C. Hoff, Hotel Home, Tuesday
night, 7 to p. m.
OMAIIA FARMS.
One mile southwest of Dundee, 90 acrea,
on Leavenworth road, no Improvements,
hiKh srrounda. 8250 per acre. Terms.
Nine mllea west of South Omaha, less
than mllo to U. P. market town and paved
road to Omaha, 270 acres, well improved,
orchard, maple grove, $126 per acre.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1002-8-4 N. Y. Life. Douglas or A 2152.
1903 Stoddard-Dayton Touring Car,
with too and full equipment: uaed
but little $2,300
19U9 Stoddard-Dayton Roadster, with
top and full qulpment; used but
- little, fine condition 2.000
1907 Stoddard-Dayton Roadster, with
top and full equipment, good con
dition 1,200
19US Stoddard-Dayton Touring Car, 7
paaauiifcer, full equipment, over
hauled 1.600
Waverly Electric, without battory.. 1.T0
With battery SjO
Reo Touring Car, 2-cyllnder, 1906
mcdel 400
1907 Stoddard Dayton, with touring car
body and limousine body; all In
good condition 2,000
DEK1GHT AUTOMOBILE CO..
1818 Harney St.
WRITE for our booklet No. 65. describing
112 quarter sections, flrst-claas land at $18.00
to t-"7 50 per a-re. State how many acrea
you are in the market for. State Map and
Booklet No. 65 Free. F. J. Farringlon A
Company, 406 New York Life Bldg., Omaha,
Neb.
FOR SALE One 7-room modern house,
with barn; a bargain at $2,800. A. W. Bock,
ton N. &th St., Ssuth Omaha.
AUTOS
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER OFFICE.
Omaha. .Neb., March 21. 1910. Sealed pro
posals. In triplicate, will be received here
and by the quartermaster at the posts
named heieln, until 10 a. rn., cent:al
standard time, April 21. 1910, for furnishing
mineral oil and gasoline during the fiscal
year ending June au, 1D11. at Omaha and
Forts Omaha and Ribinxon. Nebraska;
Fort Dea Moines, Iowa. Furls Riley and
LtavenwoMh. Kaniae: Forts D. A. Rus
sell and Mackensle, Wyoming and Fort
Maade, a Li. Untied Slates reserves right
to teject or accept any or all proposals
or any part thereof. Information furnished
on application here, or to quartermaster
at the stations named. Envelopes contain
ing propoaals should be marked "Pnipusajs
fur Mineral Oil or Gasoline." and addressed
te Major D. 1C M'CAKTH Y, C. y. M.
mi-sav-u-u-a
. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Real estate transfers for April IS WU,
fuinuhea by tne Muliaud Guarantee ami
trust company, bonaea ausu actera, im
rtinnm street, le.. Lxmaiaa 2Jt:
N. A. KcKtry and husuaml to KUa
Cusick, etu.i 8u teet of north 70 leet
ot lot L. blocs. , Hlunn's $4 add...$ 1,250
McCaaue Investment company tn
Annie Gerber. lot s, block lit, city, vs.im
W. w. Vvenquest to C. E. Wenquest,
st of norm l.D feet of wft of e
ot lot 4. iisgan's I
F. V. Morgan and husband to
Holmrs-Adkins Co., west 60 feet of
lot 6. block U5, Kountse Place 4,600
Raiston Townslte company to F.
Ke.ohiavek. lot 32. block 24, Rals
ton Ralston Townslte company to Chanea
Ili-lohlavek. lot 24, biock 12, Ralston 175
Ralston Tuwnsite company to Anton
Belohlavek, lot 41, block 23, and lots
1 and 8. block 24. Kalaton 1
II. L. Denton and husband to James
Pauisen, east 6 feet of lot 6, block
1. West Knd 8.0W
Joseph F. Murphy and wife to Ed
Sealer, lots 20 and 21, block 1, soutn
Omaha View 226
A. R. Nelhart and wife to William
Jaaperaon, lot 5, block 1, Himebaugh
& Patterson's sub 750
S. M. Owyer to John P. Kehoe, rot
15, block i, Patrick's 2d 760
Dundee Realty company to It M.
averts, lot 17, Block go, uunaee .
Place 600
R. G. Stroble and wife te F. 8. Hotch-
kitis, east 83 feet of lot 10, block 5,
Read's 3d L"&0
Ida V. Tl.den and husband to Otto
A. Weiss, kit 3, block 8, Exchange
Plare i 376
The Marble Savings bank to William
A. Gordon, lots and 7, block 228,
city 1 4,250
E. Ohman to Tlllle Loftman, lot 8,
block 1. Curtla & Stone's 1
O. T. Banner and wife to V. E.
Hughes part nwV of ne',4 sec. 6-16-13
500
Joseph Rtelger arid wife to Ed C.
Hchtndler and wife, wVi lot B, block
4. Credit Fonder 1,700
M. A. Danbaugh to Nettle Peterson,
lot 3. block 3. Marysvllle 3,760
John E. George to A. O. Schelglcr,
lots 80 and 81. Sullivan's 300
Joseph V. Kasper and wife to
MateJ Krajeoek, west 33 feet or
east 99 feet of lot 4, block 11, S. E.
Rogers' 1
Reed Bros, to Bertha A. Kruger,
lot 8, block 3, replat of Durant
Place 450
C. K. Sweet to C. H. Sweet, lot 13,
replat of block 3, Bemls Park 1
S. D. Bangs and wife to Stella Riv
ers, lots 1 and 2, block lo, Summit
add 600
S. A.' Broadwell, et al., referees, to
John Rebensee, lot 1, block 130, Flor
ence : 146
Stephen D. Bangs and wife to Anton
Welsxhowieskl, lot 16, block 14, Sum
mit add 325
J. E. Wakefield and wife to S. E.
I Springer, lot 12, block 49, South
Omnha 800
R. Hansen and wife to M. Gladys
Morrill, lot 18. block 102. Dundee
Place 9C0
Grove-Wharton Construction company
to Rasmus Hansen, lot 19, block
102. Dundee Place 3.600
Carl Jensen to J. Armbrust, east 32
feet of lot 9, block 25. Wilcox' 2d
add 2,000
M. J. Mllitgan to M. Bell, lot 1, block
33. Ambler Place
The Westland Realty company to
Reuben W. Elton, lot 20, Howes' add. 8,000
The Westland Realty company to
R. W. Elton, east 8 3-10 feet Jot 19,
Hawes' -.
73
B. E. Wilcox and wife to William
B. Long, south 78 feet lots 2, 3 and
4, block 24. Walnut Hill 10,000
R. K. Bell and wife to A. W. Jones,
lot 10. block 81. Albright's Choice...
6")
283
800
300
W. E. Sage to It K. Bell, same
Nellie Kerby' to Garvin Bros., lots 10
and 11. bloek 1, Ames' Place
S. H. McKlnley And husband to L.
Wl'cox. lot 8. Colfax sub
C. M. Lansing to Charles Welnfleld.
lots 10,-u and 12. biock 3, Portland
Place -
. 4,000
220
Kenwood Realty company to Barbara
Klrchner. lots lis and 1S9. Kenwood
John H. Butler and wife to Joseph
K. Musgrare, lots 1 and Z, block 7,
Bovd's t.
500
H. Friedman to Harry Bernstein, lot
6. GodfrevV ,
8,000
Joseph E. Mtwigrave and wife to John
H. Butler, lots 16 and 17, block 4,
Pruvn Park"' .r.:. '.'.'. 2
S. -T. and AE.'Flretone to A. M.
Floher. par lt 1F. Chnrlsen Heights 4"
S. J 'nd- A K. Firestone to A. M.
Fisher. Jnti-157 and -part of lot 158.
Chnrlsen Heights .... 91
F. ft. Paroflns to O. H. Bullard. lot
7, block SV Boyd's....;.. , 1
LEGAL NOTICES
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION.
State of- Nebraska. Office of Auditor of
Public Accounts, Lincoln, Feb. 1. 1910. It is
hereby certified that the Penn Mutual Life
Insurance company of Philadelphia, In the
State of Pennsylvania, has complied with
the lnsuranoe law of this state, applicable
to such companies, and is therefore author
ised to continue the business of Ufa Insur
ance in this state for the current year,
ending January 31, 1911.
Summary 'ot. report filed for the 'year
ending December 31. 1909:
r INCOME.
Premiuma ...... .....$17,296,864.48
All other sources.. 6.371,219.81
Total
f 22.668.0S4.39
DISBURSEMENTS.
Paid policy holders. 10,327.8-I4.88
All other payments 4,059,859.84
Total 14.387,704.72
Admitted aaaets .... $108,786,753.16
LIABILITIES.
Net reserve ". $87,650,772.00
Net policy claims.. 681,9a. 78
All other liabilities 16,198.624.46 $104,331,221.24
Surplus beyond cap
ital atock and
other liabilities.... 4,456,531.91 4.465.631.91
Total $108,786,763.15
. Witness my hand and the - seal of the
auditor of public accounts the day and
year first above written.
(Heal.) ., SILAS R. BARTON,
i -Auditor of Public Accounts.
C. B. PIERCK, Deputy.
C. Z. Gould, General Agent, 620 Bee Bldr.
Special A Kent K. W. Foster, Bernard
Kohn, C T, Tlatt, C. D. Braun.
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WORN. DONE. COME.
HEKt, I flAVt A
JOfl FOP YOU :
YES, JAKE.
A MAN
THI WORLD
HAS GOT
TO HUSTLE
ALL OF THE
ITIME! ITS
Jhustle.hus
TLE, HUSTLE
JA
I WE MUST WAKE HI
UP JAKE. DO MOT
LET HIM SEE ME!
AFTER WE WAKE
HIM WE MUST TRY
TO GET HIM Or'HlM
FEET. LETS StfAKEW
lznnn Akin ooikir
WWVir r We- I1(I1IJ i
HIM To HIS senses;
fforou ARE THE. ONE.'
(J EH? TAKE THAT'
.tOrtlUCiKT.
The Boss of the
BY A MERE MANN.
The Boss of the Establishment was ob
viously excited. So was his wife. So was
everybody else in town.
From which alt wise fans will infer that
the only day In the year had arrived, when
the most blase city in the world. New
Tork, throws Its hat in the air and Its
dignity to the winds with the mighty
shout:
"Play ball!" J"
"We must get there" early and' avoid the
crowd," the Boss announced at about the
time that 40,000 other, citizens made the
tamo astute observation.
The Boss' eyea sparkled In joyous an
ticipation of a great game.
Ills wife shared his ebullient mood;
partly, perhaps, because she, too, was a
fan, but mostly because her Chantecler
hat and her new gray suit formed. In her
eyes at least, an irresistible combination.
On other occasions they seemed equally
oharralng to the Boss, but on that day,
as they Journeyed in .a packed elevated
train to the Polo ground, . It was all one
to him whether an Egyptian mummy or
Venus herself sat beside him. - Neither
would have been . more or less to him
than an Ignorant female person, whom It
was the part of the masculine wisdom to
enlighten on the fine points of the na
tional game.
All the way to the grounds the Boss ex
pounded and explained to his own intense
satisfaction.
"I guess I never told you that I was the
crackerjack player on our high school
team," he . observed with a swelling chest.
"At one time I even thought of becoming
a professional I had so many offers from
major league managers."
Of course the Boss pointed out all the
great players as his wlfa eat In rapt ob
servance of the practice stunts.
"Ah-h-h!" and a great sigh of satisfac
tion - went up from 40,000 throats, followed
by a mightier hush, as the home team
loped out on the field.
And the game was on!
; The visitors went out In one, two, three
STUNNING
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HE S GOT A LEtfl
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MY! WE CAN'T
LEAVE HIM TrirW
IN THAT CON
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HAVE "TO TAKE
.HIM HOME !
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WELL'. WELL!
THAT I'j THE
THANKS WE
..GET FOR
BRINGING
HIM HOME!
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Establishment
He
rLioe : slide n Cr:-'i yfiRicKco
Trie Boss' uiirc
order, and the Idols of Coogan's Bluff
pranced in far their half of the Inning.
The first man up hit the ball a mlg'hty
awat.
"Gracious!" shrilled a high feminine
voice, "but that was a corking three
jsacker! Slide!" shrieked the lady fair.
"Slide! Slide!! Slide!!!" as the runner
plowed his vay feet foremost ahead of the
ball to third base.
The Boas turned In amazement to see
what women In his vicinity was so skilled
In the fine points and slang of base ball
and so Infatuated with the game.
And as he turned he beheld a creature
with dancing eyes and cheeks stlU flam
ing with excitement sink to her seat with
sudden pained consciousness of the at
tention she had attracted.
It waa the Boss' Wife.
"Say!" he exclaimed, "why don't you
get out on the tilamond? Maybe you
could give the umpire a few points on the
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AGAIN! IVE GOT
YOUR HAT. JAKE:
WEJJr JUST KEEP
RIGHT ON WITH
HIM'. HE WILL
SOBER UP SOON.
IF HE DOESN'T
WE'LL TAKE HIM'
All THE WAY,
lUUJ
IF IT HADN'T BEEN
ME. fiOOONESS KNOWS.
HE'D BE IN THE LOCKUP
NOW SHE DIDN'T
Mf HE SEEMED TO TAK
HLR SPITE OUT'ON ,
j AKE ! SHE 'A VEM
(fSUPPOSE SHE
WAS excited:
JAKE PACK TO
HIS CHORES, faiortO-
M hum '
Gives His Wife a Few Pointers
on Base Ball Ethic3.
.1 "I hTl 1
.3 itv v
Mo
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STRIkEI
game! And here you let me explain tatngil
to you as If you'd never seen a base bal
game before! May I auk where you ac
quired ' this Intimate technical knowledge
of the sport? You talk Ilka the widow of
a dozen league mnnagersl' '
The Boss' Wife laughed. "Why, don't
you know my brother Jim made the team
at college?" she asked. "I used to go to
all the games and watch the boys prac
tice, too.".,, , ., . ,, , .., ., ..
Really," he observed, oondesaendlngly,
"you seem to have a pretty fair under
standing of the game for a woman."
As the words left bis llpa a foul ball
soared into the grand stand directly over ,
the Boss. i
Instantly he leaped to his feet. HlJ
arms shot up there was a sharp sniacU
aa the ball struck bis bare hands and then
incomprehensible' fatality It rolled un
der the seat amid a storm of derisive yells
from the other fans.
"Hey, there, butter fingers!"
"Oh, you Mike Donlln!"
"Say, Bo, you've got it all over Kllng!"
The Boss face burned under the fire of
taunts. Ills wife glared fiercely, first in
one direction and then another, seekingv
to cow the leerers with her most Intlml-
dating glance.
"You're Just a littla bit out of praotloe,
aren't you, dear?" asked hie wife, tact
fully. "But I could Just see by the waj
you Jumped up you must have been a
wonderful player when you were In train
ing. By the way, there's something that
Jim never could make me understand.
What Is a fielder' choice?"
And forthwith tbe Boss forgot his hu
miliation and In hie favorite role of fam
ily oracle explained things for half an
hour.
"I went to the base' ball game yest'r
day," remarked the Bosh to the Con
firmed Married Man next morning, "and
foolishly took my wife along. She doesn't
iinHnaiDnit invihim about the sport and
the result waa my afternoon off way
sponea.
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