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-1TT fHOPEHT V KOK LK.
. DodKfl and 30TH ST.. $6,600.
7-rrmm. sit modern. Iare. lot (L P5'"
Could build another houne fronting bouie-
Lor.ki Kk th right thin to .
-NOWATA LAND AN' ,,'.. ..J
feulte Hii N. X- "-''
44 Brandels ftldg.
Prcticttlly tho Same na Kent
fris-room all moilcrn houses, located at 27th
Chicago; esst ironis, '"'"
end ST.08 Chicago, M.100, I- cash.
balance 10 pwr month, wni.n inciuae
(errVt Yar.f will be fixed UP and every
thlnY'wlll be put In tiptop hP-
bran,! new and have never been occu
pied; or will rent for IK per month.
OE P. BEMIP. C. O. CARLBERQ.
4,i Urandels Bldg.
FA 1131 AHD HAMU LAJlfU FOR
i uavbJkk8 vVboVn timber.
In Sevier County. Arknn.a. J''1;
only 2 and 1 miles away; beat quality oak
and hickory; will cut over fc.OuO feet to
acre- soil Is rich black bottom land, will
raise 100 biwheU corn, a bale f, "on..
'the acre or top yield of every ...lUbl- c op
wlie.fi timber l cleared off. The land lies
high above overflow. If all smooth and
level, every acr. tillable when cleared.
This land will easily sell up to M an acre
when cleared and put In cultlvat on, but
will sell to quick purchaser for only 118 an
" acre, on term, to suit. Timber alone is
worth more than prtca asked for both tim
ber: title la Perfect;-wawn for MlHn la
that .land )a now owned Jointly by part lea
who wlari to liquidate. Great opportunity
for matt or company to take this over and
develop It. Very -few chance like this .left
In the country. Write me today for more
information. Address II. C. Farmelee, Box
444, Fort Hmlth. Ark.
BEACTIFrL OZARK RKGION OF AK
kansas; fertile valleys; rich mountain tops,
t-ood climate; flowing springs; 'arm" a"
size, all prices. W rite J. C. Mitchell
Co., Fayettevllle,. Ark.
ARKANSAS FARM, 1M ACRES;- 1?0 IN
cultivation; dwelling- houae, barn, orchard,
etc.; price 2,ut0; terms, or would trade for
town pmpertv or email Kansas or Okla
homa farm. Box 36, Searcy. Ark.
COME TO THE LAND OF FRUIT,
fine climate and pure water. a have
orchards, grain, timber and coal lands, in
five acre to twenty thousand acre tracts,
eome exchange. Write for price Hat. B.
F. Henry & Co.. Bentonvllle, Ark.
FOR SALE 45 acres, house barn and
spring; some fruit; good land; one mile
from Wlckes; a snap at 112.50 per acre.
10-acre .tracts, 915 acre; part cash, bal
ance monthly: get 'Wt. ,
RIDGWAY. Wlckes. Ark.
lfiO ACRES In Polk county, Arkansas;
fenced; 4-room houao, . barn, creek and
spring near house; orchard; 35 acres In
cultlvatlpn; wHI sell or. trade. D. PL. Frets.
80 ACRES Arkansas land 10 per acre; In
Arkansas county, about 8 miles from
frUutigart, about 4 miles from Goldman- no
buildings;- Darpain omen; no irwisa.
V. Hubbard, Erie, Kan.
480 ACRES of timber land. 200 acrea will
muko fine appe orchard; Incomo from the
atart; must sell quiiK.,. write mo iuuj
C. H. Butterfleld, Colton, Cal.
itANCHKS of all kind for -sale, from
lne aorea up to o.OuO acres, at the best bar
gains of any land offered In Colorado.
Write or call on The Rellly-Rex Real Es
tate Co., Kiowa, col.
ut-iT rti rhard n.i tarm land In Arkan
sas valley cioss to railroad and market for
iS per ort cash. VVauef right tor earn
at V.tt per acre iu twenty equal annual pay
ments. ...Thla ..land la going fast and will
dunuitj Its valmi in a. very t auori , jiime,
Write W. It. Stover, care of Uka' club,
Pueblo, Cdlo. ...
, ( Florida.
FLORIDA FARMING LANDS FOR
ale at I6 per acre in five-aura-tracts and
up. . Kasy payment.
The aoove land, of several thousand
inci were selected 'years ago by deputy
commissioner' of tha U. S. Uepariment of
Aarlcuiiure au the best lands in r mrlaa
a.nd which we have recently purchased.
Ihev are located on the ti. A. L, Ry..
25 to 45 miles ttouth of Jacksonville, In tne
Lawtey and Hlarka district, wnlcn are wen
aeitieu by. -thruty truck farnitra; with an
established market where noitneru com
iiUhsion men pay cash tor produce, early
aivawberrlea, : etc.
HirawueAv biuuments from this tmmedl
ate termor average between the 1st of
AprH anil las 1st ot May about U Armour
re iHteiaior cars per uy. In audition to
tiasvuturiea, iriire are stilpiiKmu ot varl
uuh kiiiti of veetabius, pocaioes, etc.
In this territory you have the udvautaga
ot chuiuhiD, auhooia, teiepuoiie ana rutai
Adjoining our property la tha famous
HH4uron' spring ( great curative proper
ties. . Other , lands around this old spring
are heid at. n an acre. Fur Information
concerning mis great medicinal water,
write tne proprietor, W. K. Davis, Siarae,
t or. tho undersigned..
It nlihin one year rrom the date of pur
cbase your farm does not measure up to
reveentatlon, ail payments cheerfully re
wa are offering our lands for a short
time In blocka of five acres and up at lti
pir acre on easy payments.
k'or our 'buslneaa reputation reference
ef Jacksumvllle. . ,
laarnett National bank.
The Florida National bank.
lion.-John F. Horr, U. H. marshal.
treiaent Board of Trade. .
The mayor. - ' '
i . I i - Jacksonville, Fla.
FLOltlDA FABMS CHEAP
Wouid you Invest in n 5, 10, 20 or 40-acr
fruit, vegetable poultry, peoaii or truck
farm In Florida's best agricultural dim riot
it you could get It for 110 per acre under
the market price? We are just opvnlng up
a new tract of land In Columbia county,
Florida, and while constructing the cam
palgtx,, we will sell In this vicinity a few
tracts on cash or easy payments of IS ptr
month and at 10 per acr under th market
price. .We have Just issued a beautiful
P.,4 book,' allowing pictures ot field and
duellings in our locality all in artistic eol
ors. v will mall you this book tree and
Mm) you such, other advertising matter as
M.l give you a, good idea ot our proposi
tion. Our' land is convenient to two rail-
loads 'and we have a modern city ' of 6.0)0
pMHle Ui our miilnL People who know
Florida consider our tract one of the very
best propositions in Florida. It 1 endorsed
by bankers, congressmen, farmers and the
Board of Trade. Columbia-Florida . Land
Co., 34S Tinioa Bldg., Sit. Louis. Ho.
WHEAT. CORN, ALFALFA.
II C00 acres of Improved and unimproved
land, oonslMltg of choice quarters, halves
and sections located In Gove, Sheridan and
Logan eouutiva; all In good neighborhoods,
Iom) to towns and schools; price from lis
to 130 an acre; reasonable term; t crops
will pay fur this land; sometimes 1 crop
will du tt. -Writs for particulars or call
and o u. Marlln Land Company, 733
Kansaa Ave., Topeka, Kan.
FOK BALE OR EXCHANGE.
Two 1.0U0-acr trans near Waverly, Kan.
3?0 acres, 6 miles from Topeka; Improved,
lit) acres, 5 miles frotn Topeka; Improved.
;0 w, near Towner, Cslo.;, well Im
proved. Writs A. D. Jones A Co., U0 Kinsa Ave.
IF YOTT ARE liOOKINQ FOR A BAH
galn In Wentern Kansas lands write to the
Ureat Western Land and Immigration Com
pany, Sharon Springs. Kan.
FOR PA LIS tt8-ar farm In Coffey
county, Kansas: I miles east of Hartford;
10-ruom residence: large barn; 15-acrs or
chard, first class farm; price I15.0UO. Owner.
I.L ktrlghtuu. Cyffeyvilje. - Kan. !
FINELY IMFUQYED FA1?MS,
A:l rented, pi.ving frutu a, to 21
rent. Ft uifMil'a in tint world
terms. H mil as icpreaenied, will
yOU Xt.OrHK. .
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO,
43J i- Lite Liag. 'Phulie Red 1SJ.
FARM AM HAMIt I. AMI FUR SAME
A lli-ACRE farm fur sale In a good Ger
man sttlemnt, life miles from a good
chool and Cathollci church; price. SMI per
acre. Address J. E. Bobbins Ic Plant,
10.000.000 FKET Georgia timber and 1.R00
acres good land on Ity. 1'rlce tX.'m. Other
bargains. F. I Greene, Kit N'Nell Bldg .
10.0U0.Oii0 FEET Georgia timbfr and 1.6O0
IN CASS COUNTT, MO.,
The blirnMit bargain we have had to offer
for five years, 4N0 acres, located I mile from
railroad town, on rural route and phone
lines; good lxrg houae, 2 good barns; all
kinds of fruit; 20 acres apple orchard; 26
acrea timber; 3M acres as fine land as
you ever stuck a plow In; balance fine blue
grass land: good water; big bargain at
the price, i!0 per acre; time on part. , Jot
M. Wilson 6c Hon, ilarrlsonvllle. Mo.
FOR HALE In Camden county, Mla-
sourl; old soldiers, railroad men. laboring
men and others wanting to purchase land
on monthly or quarterly payments address
A. K. Jackson, Climax 8prlngs, Mo
BIGGEST land Bargain In Missouri 2,01)0
acres rolling timbered land In McDonald
county, on Kansas City Southern railway;
good location, well watered Dy springs,
Bplendld grazing, fruit, berry, truck and
poultry lands: must be sold right nor at
5 per acre; this land will subdivide nicly
Into 40-acre farms. If purchaser so destree;
title perfect; quick aclon necessary. Ad
dress, Commercial Club, Anderson, Mo.
WANT IOWA FARMS.
4S0 acres, Cass county. Mo., H6 per acre,
4K0 acres, Johnson county. Mo., v per
632 acres, Carroll county. Mo., 0 per
Will exchange on or al three for Iowa
farms; these are good farms; owntr lives
In Iowa. If you want to come Houth Is
G. W. C LARDY INV. CO.,
Kansaa City, Mo. 301 Commerce.
Positively the best 40 acres, 1-story 4-
room house, barn. well", -springs, iruit,
well fenced, rleeant soll.-.closo to rock
road, school and railroad market, Jackson
county; best farm; we have got to sell It;
price, ju.OflO; IS.000 In cash, balance terms.
A. D. White & Co., Indf pendence, Mo.
FOR quick sale, 3f0 acres on Gasconde
river, 6 per acre. James (Strickland, the
Ozark Land Man, Crocker, Mo.
LOOK here; fine farm, well Improved,
at Tribune, Pulaski county, Missouri, for
salo at only 130 per acre; half cash; balance
terms. Address Wm. M. Hess, Winnipeg,
111.000 6.000.000 feet saw timber, hemlock.
birch, maple, basswood and 5S5 acres of
good land less than 144 miles of city; 4
miles to railroad, good loaning rivad, driv
ing stream one-eighth of mile. Double your
money here. Investigate.' Maps, plats, es
timates furnished. Hobart Land Co.,, Mln
"A Piece of Land
in the West"
There are 'about ninety million people In
the United States. Do you know that about
nine million of them aie.i "looking. for a
little piece of land In tho west?" . ' -
Do you know what land hunger means?
Don't you know that In a few years there
will be no low priced farms, rio cheap
lands. A Platte valley farm near. North
Bend or Columbus or Grand Island or
Kearney i worth from 1100 to 1150 per.
acre today. Wiiat were they worth t,en or
fifteen years ago? . ,
In the NORTH PLATTW VALLEY we"
are selling farms at 13) to IjO per acre that
will be Just as good as those farther east.
There la no gamble, no risk. You can begin
now growing alfalfa and hogs and the man
who can grow- fat hogs 1 going to be inde
pendent In a few year. ' ' 1
We have 1S1 acres two miles from Llsco
on new line of V. P.,' S6 acres'under Irriga
tion, balance good hay land.. You can grow
alfalfa, corn, potatoes, sugar beets, oats,
garden stuff, fruit and with these chickens,
hogs, sheep and cattle. The Irrigated land
will be worth at least 1100 per acre In a
few years. Yours now for 137.60 per acre.
You can't find anything better.
"Manlessyand for Landless Man."-
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
S. E. Cor. 16th and Farnam.
WESTERN REAL ESTATE.
Farm and town property wher railroad
right-of-way la bought through. Kinkaid
homesteads. Dry land to coma under gov
ernment canal. Don't wait Address P. Ot
Box No. liil, Gerlng, Neb.
FARMS, Improved ' snd unimproved
rancnes. . j. jjisuner. u xveiu. Neb. -
FINE ADDITION PROPOSITION 160
acres adjoining a fast growing new town
in Northern Oklahoma for sale at reason
able price, on terms, for addition pur
poses. Here is something fine. Address
Box we, Tinea, OKI.
W have 100,000 acrea of choice land to
elect from, ranging In pries from 15 t
H0 per acre. This land Is In th oil and
gas district and you mlcht get an oil well
with ycur land.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suits 624 Nov Yo'-k Life Bldg.
OREGON 11,200 ACRES ' IN FAMOUS
wheat and feunchgraas region, IS; 320 acres
In Willamette Valley, 135. W. M. Sanders,
Jr., Sllverton, Ore.
ouu i ij uakui a JUA.JVU The rush Is on
for Stanley county land; several new lines
or railroad now building lu this county.
Buy now and double your money In the
next two years. Choice lands selling at
from 111 to 111 per acre. For maps and In
formation write tc. Fellnnd Realty Co., 6-U
Palace Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
WRITE for our booklet No. 65, describing
112 quarter sections, first-class land at 118.00
to 17.50 per acre. .State how many acres
you are In the market for. State Map and
Booklet No. 05 Free. F. J. Farrlngton &
Company, M New York Llf Bldg., Omaha,
Neb. i .
TALK ABOUT YOCU SNAPS! .
Hre 1 one that has got them all faded;
1W acres of prairie land two miles from
Troy, Grant county, South Dakota. This
Is rolling land, but the best of soil. It Is
worth 40o0, but for a short time I offer
It for !2.iX, MJ0 cash and the balance in
five years at 6 per cent. If you want a
snap, get out to se this quick. Address
Thomas R. Stevens. Troy. 8. D. '
WHAT we csn offer to a man with little
money: The best farma and ranches In
Lyman county.. Write for list. Clark &
Kentch, Reliance, S. D.
A BAROAIN-1&0 acres In central Texas,
aal but 15 acres level black soil, very rich;
W acrs In cultivation; everlmting water;
40 acres net over :). On public rosd, 24.
miles to good market, closo to good school,
good iieiKhbors, 1,100 feet elevation. Dry,
warm atmosphere. iet well cf uihmt In
about two years. Fins for throat and lung
trouble. Many churches. 121 Qreen St. N
FOR PALF:-Elghty-acrs lmprovert farm,
I miles from Eagle Lalie. at 140 per acre;
W acres ready for harvoatitig of truck e-op.
utner choice barga'na J. pehouthek. Eag e
WANTED to Trade 180 acres patented
Texas land, border !'. river. mile In
V a vs d roiMiiy, I mt:e from is lioad town,
valued at 15 jr acre, for a 4-cyltiuie- tour
ing automobile; must le in good condition
and of standard niak Address W F.
Cunningham. Midland, Tex.
BELL.OR TRADE 960 acres beM hTnofln
(ho Texas Panhandle In a bodv: every
Sire emooth; at a bargain; subject to
mortgaice 17 per acre. por cent, none due;
trado equity (r other land or cliv i.roo-
ert)-. write for pine and stats liadt
Ai. Jtiiis. iuiruin. hiu.
a. REAL ESTATE
FARM .U lU.MII ,AMl FOR SAIIS
RXCFPTIONAL Irrigation property In
t'tah, .fiO0 acres deeded land under reser
voir and canais already constructed : reser
voir rapacity for 40, acres; additional
land available; most prominent western Ir
rigation engineer shows profit of over mil
lion dollar to me made from this prop
erty: price lr.0.0(iO; IsO.ou) cash; reasonable
terms on balance; would consider part
trade In clear property. Joseph A. Simp
son 1723 Welton ft.. Denver, Colo.
Persistent Advertising Is the road to Big
REAL ESTATE WANTED
"WE HAVE BUYERS FOB
t. C and 1-room house. It prices are right
we can sell your property for you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suit S24 N. T. Life Bldg.
WANTED City loan and wrrnta, W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1220 Farnam 8U
LOANS to horn owner and home build
er, with privilege of making partial pay
ments emt-annually. ... ,
W. H. THOMAS.
603 First National Bank Bldg.
GARVIN BROS.. 11 N. T. Life. 1500 to
00.000 on Improved property. No delay.
t00 to 15,000 on hemes In Omaha. O'Keefs
Real F.itata Co., 1003 N. Y. LK. Douglas
MONET TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
FIVE PER CENT MONET
to loan on
Omaha business property.
Room 1. New York Life Bidg.
WANTED City loan. Peter Trust Co.
1100 to 110.000 mde promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wead Bldg.. lSth and Farnam. .
LOWEST RATES Bemis. Brandela Bldg.
1 of first Importance In making an Invest
ment. We have a number of good mort
gagea secured by Nebraska farms and
bearing 6 per cent Interest, which are of
fered to Investors. See our loan department
with reference to these.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Southeast Corner 15th and Farnam.
ONE of the finest fruit farms ever built;
20 acre large and amall fruit: modern
house; an Ideal home and a big money
maker. It Is worth y7,000. Do you want UT
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1999.
CLOSED carriage or street hack, landau
lt style, but title used, mad by Cunning
ham and sold new for 11.000. This carnage
la now worth 1600 In cash, but we would
exchange It for horses or for vacant prop
erty or for western land. Johnson. Dan-"
forth Co.. S. W. Cor. 10th and Jones Sis.
TO BUY, sell or trade, at a profit, see,
write or telephone
MacDONALD & BOYEK,
. ' 4S24 Brandels. .
IS.000. 117,000. 120,000.
115,000-117.000 hardware, want land.
Please give legal number In first letter.
' NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
fiulte 624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red M
You Want a Farm
the other fellow want city property or
took of goods. We want tne commission.
Bend us full description In first letter and
wo will get you a trad. ,
I ' NOWATA, LAND LOT CO..
., Eulia 624 N. Y. Life Bids. Had li.
. Two houses clear $4,000
Trade for land and assume a reasonable
amount.,. . ,
. NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.. -,624
N. Y. Llfe. Bldg. Red 1999.
';' " ' IF TOU HAVE '.'" , ,
Property to th amount of 15.000 to ex
change for a good moneymaklng business
write MIDLAND INVESTMENT CO.. 103-4
..,.; SOUTH OMAHA
KnraUkeA Room For Rent.. ...
NIClD . furnished room: hot and cold
water; centrally located. 2315 L
WAVERLY HOTEL. 2310 M St.; Am. plan;
bath; 11.25 day; weekly, 15 up; meals, 2ic.
O. A. LINQUEST CO.. 235 PAXTON BLK.
MAX MORRIS, 801 BROWN BLOCK.
V. TAUCHEN, Krug Theater Bldg.
WANTED TO BUY
BEST PRICE paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothing and (hoes. 'Phone
(SECOND-HAND clothing, party, afternoon
retses John Feldman, D. Slid or Ind. A-263&.
BEST PRICES paid for 2d-hand furni
ture, carpet, stoves clothes, shoes. D. 6821.
WANTED-o,000 feather beds. Write or
'phone D. 7503, Metropolitan Feather Co.,
Ml N. 20th.
KEISER' pays best for furniture, etc.
Antique furniture cheap. 1020 Center. D. S-itSi
WANTED A small bakery and restaur
ant, country town preferred. S. E. Her
tford. Nellgh. Neb. -
WANTED TO RENT
We Are Getting Numerous Calls
For Houses of All Sixes. List With Us.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
124 N. Y. Life Bldg. Pbona Red 1999.
JAPANESE chauffeur wanted position.
Cuit drive and repair any gasoline car.
Uood reference. Address U l-i Bee.
YOUNG man' going to school would like
a good place to work for board and lodging
between school hours. John Landers, car
024 N. 16th.
WANTED A location for practice of
medicine and drug store, by experienced
and reliable physician In Nebraska, In a
town of 500 to 1,000 preferred. Address .Dr.
Conaway, Thompson, Neb.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER OFFICE.-r
Omaha, Nch., March 21, 110. Sealed pro
posals. In triplicate, will be received here
and by the quartermaster at tha posts
named herein, until 10 a. m., central
standard time, April II. 1910, for furnishing
mineral oil and gasoline during the fiscal
year ending Juue 10, lull, at Omaha and
Forts Omaha and Robinson, Nebraska;
Fort Dea Moines, lows. Forts Riley and
Leavenworth, Ksnsas: Forts D. A. Rus
sell snd Mackenzie, Wyoming and : Fort
Meade, 8. D. United States reserves right
to reject or accept any or all propoHals
or any port thereof. - Information furnlahed
on application here, or to quartermaster
at the stations named. Envelopes contain
ing proposals should be marked "Proposals
for Mineral oil or linsoiine. ana aaaressea
to Major D. E. M'CAKTHY. C. Q. M.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICII
Omaha, Neb., March 23, 1910. Sealed
Drooonals. In triplicate, will be received
here and by QiiM.riermi;ters at th' posts
nnmed herein, until 10 a. m.. c;nlral stan
dard time, April 23. 1910, for furnishing
Oats.' Bran, Hsy and Straw during the
uerlod from July 1. 1!0. to -r.pteinliT 0.
1H10. at Ornnha, and Firts CrooK, Omahs
and Rohlneon. Nebranka; Forts Leaveu-
Horili and Rllcy. Kamsas; Forts D. A
Rusoell and Mackenxie. Wyoming-, rort
Des Moltiis. lews, and Fort Meaiii.-, South
Dakota. United Stales reatrcrs right tj
relect or accept any or all propeals or any
part thereof. Information funiihhed on ap
plication here or to (juerlermantei s al ala
tlors immed. Enveioiies containing pro
poral uliould be maiked "ProposKia for
roi'kge.' and addreaned to MAJUH D. E
McCAitTHV. C. Q M
OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, 'A PHIL 20, 1910.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Keal estate transfers for April 19. 110.
f'iriiUhed bv th Midland Guarantee and
Trust company, bonded abstracters. 1.14
Farnam street, telephone Douglas 2Sx:
F. H. Tucker, mayor to w. K. wan,
lot 1, block 47, Florence
r. A. Fwlng to Rj A. Kwlng. lot S.
K. R Dundy, Jr...
Frank Panek and. wife to Joseph
Kavan. lot 10. block 10, 1st add to
George F. Hchwart to W. H. Mathala,
lot , block A, Mulford Gross
man's ub a.....;
F. K. Johfison nd wife to C. L.
Thomason; lot I, block 1J, Central
Park s.....: i
Reserve Realty Co.: to C. L. Thorn
ason. lot . block IS. Central Park..
Reserve Realty Co. to F. K. Johnson,
lot V.- block 1 Central Park
R. A. McCrone to I). F. Ifferty
snd wife lot' J. block F. Prospect
R. F. Btrelti and wlf to J. B. Wil
liams, lols 14 to 18, block 7. Saun
ders & Hlmebaugh's Highland Park
M. Niedzelskl and .husband to C. Ite
wold and wife, lot 14, block Hit.
South Omaha 1.100
M. J. Crelghtort to J. A. Rogers, lot
4. block , Kelby Plane
Klslnoro Place Co. to Jitfnes 8. Pal
mer, lot 19, block 3, Dundee Place
J. E. Bowling . and husband to T.
H. Matter, ctl3 feet of s',. . lot 49,
Ralston TownslUa. . Co. to Rosalie
Wally, lot 8, block 2, Ralston.
G. A. Benson to K. A. Benson; lot
U to IK. block 7, Brlgg Place
B. G. Benson et al. to E. A. Benson,
lots 11 to 18, block 7, Brlggs Place..
N. M. Benson to E. A. Benson, same..
L. H. Down and husband to N.
Bump, lota 12 and 13, block 1, Pot
J. W. Zwabel and wife to Anna
Dworak, lot 7 and n lot 16, block 9,
A. B. Prior and wlfa to S. P. Barnes,
lot 11. block 21, Benson
II. J. Grove and wife to C. Anderson,
lot 9, block , Crelghton Heights....
First National bank to the National
Land Co., lot li, Barkalow Place...
W. 8. Curtis and wife to C. L.
Gears, lot 12, blpck 10, Clifton Hill..
II . J. Grove and wife to William Mo
Keown. lot 2ii. block 4. Halcyon
Heights v 2,800
j no .National lina uo. to is. Hand
bertf, lot 16, Barkalow Place 176
II. P. Uergo and husband to the
School District 'of Omaha, lots 15
and 18. blook .15, Hitchcock' 1st..., .5J0
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Ban Fran. Ov'rl'd Ltd. 4 16 a. m.
Chi. ft Jap. F'st Mall. 4:10 p. m.
Oregon Express 4.09 p. m.
Oregon-Wash. Ltd 11:40 p. m.
Denver Special C:47 a. m.
Colorado Special ......11:48 p. ro.
Golorado Express 1:60 p.m.
North Plsts Local 8:16 a. re
Grand Island Local.... :W P- m.
Llncoln-Bsut. Local. ..12:41 p. in.
Val. tt On. City Lei... U:4iu-m.
11:30 p. m
1:46 p. m.
1:46 a. m.
1:40 p. in,
U:30 a. m,
T:'l a. m.
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4:45 p. in,
18: JO a. m.
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Chicago' Express ........a 7:09 am : a 1.(6 pra
Chicago Limited. a t:W put a 1:4a urn
Minn.-iit. Paul, lix,,,. 1:00 am
Mlnu.-at. 'Paul Lffl. a 6:00 pm a i:46 ant
U:naha-Ft. Dot Locb 4.U. pru bU:M aw
Chleaswi UoU. taa a raolflo
Rocky Mountain Lt(.....a 1:40 am
Iowa Local !..
Chicago Day Express.. a 6:69 am
Des Moines Loear. ......a 4:00 pm
Iowa Local..:.:...:. t10:3i am
Chicago-JUaaiora Exp... a 4:40 pin
Chlcago-Nebraaga Ltd. a :u "
lor Lincoln. ...... ......a 1:28 am
Coiw. aitd Cal. Lxp.,,...a 1: pm
Okla. and Texas lDxp. ..a : pm
Hocky Mountain Ltd... al0:4to yu
a 4:W pm
b :U pis
a Id put
a .Ui aui
a 1:47 pis
' s 4:111 pis
a l:M pm
a tvtm ma
Omaha . Kxprea.,,.......a J.uO am aU:J9 an
Chicago. i.ocal,.,.'.,T. aiKM pru a :' pta
lAiioruuo-vuicsgit a :w pin
a M pm
a I JDi a is
a l:U pis
a 1:4 sui
' a k:U au
a luis iiui
a i:Jt put
a :l ant
a l:w au
ali:oo a rs
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u k.M pm
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U I M Via
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Clilcago bi)ei:l.(.v....,..,...a :M pia
tUltBHU KCl 41... W.VW h l
Pacific Coal-(i,if ag6...a .uo pm
Los Angelva xuiiiu....a 9.1u piu
utwianu utmusa,. ,au:a pm
Deliver byocuy... ais;w aui
tar roll luiiai .'. . J... :v vu
Twin City Express a ;ix am
Hloux City Local.... ....a 3:4 pm
Mlnu. -4fe Dakoni Kxp...a i;w piu
iwiu City Limited a :W uui
Llncoln-Cliadrort ...a i ;W am
Norfolk-fcoDSteli a 70 sxn
Long Plne-bu. Platts...b l:l pm
Hasiings-iSuperlbi b 2:ia pin
Deadwood-hoi epgs.....a 4:b pm
Carper-Lander a l.oO pm
rtuiout-Albion o :w pm
K. C. and 6L L. Ex. ...a 1:40 am
K. C and iC L Ex.
(Iv Sac 11 . IX.. all: 15 pm
IblcattU, illlkVaaUe. St. Paul
'".;.' Laairs. Arrlva,
Ovtrland Limited ail: pm a l;'J0 am
Clnialia-Cl)iv!olbXi....a i :u am a :3V am
Colorado: hpeciAL. .a M am aliiaa pm
Colo.-Callfoinia iixp..,..a :tw put a t:A pm
Pcrry-umana iyPcaj...v..o :i niu,. U:U ym
tuivmiu brrut . ttuii : ,
Chicago- Limit. .......a 1:0 pm '
I win City LuilKUwii, ;u pisj- M am
Chicago ikxpia.'........ .......... s t:4i pm
lwin City aupraart...a itJ am' :isi ym
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Orraha-St. Loui Exp. .a l:M pm a 1:2 am
Mali and Expraaa a -4f am U:i pis
btanberry Local (front
Council lilutt, b fi;00 pm L10;15 am
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Darlla.toa . Lsars. Arrlvs,
Denver and California.. a :H pm a 1:41pm
Puaet Bound Epro...a 4;; pm , a ;1G um
Nebraska poluU..-...i....a k:W am a 0:10 pm
Black Hills at.iupm a 1.10 pra
Northwest Expr. aU:2opm a 7:00 am
Nebraaka poiuis,.,.. a S.JO am aS.Wpm
Lincoln msu. " v
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b t -.m am
a 7:50 pm
b 10:00 am
a 9:60 am
Nebraska biiitm. s tia
Lincoln Local,.,. vv.""
Lincoln Local a 7:26 pm
Bchuyler-nausniouin ..a .w pm
uintmnoutb-iowa a 9:1s am
Rellevue-Plattsmouth ..all:3Vpm a 2:40 nm
Colorado Limited...- ajl: pm a 7:09 am
Chicago Special a.':15arn all:0ipm
Chicago Express.... a 4:20 piu aJ:i, p,u
Chicago Past ttptass...a (i:30pm a 1:09 am
Iowa Local ......a :! am al0:30am
Creston-lowa Local a 1:30 pm S10:30aro
g I .null ttxpresa.
..a 4:jo pm all:45 am
K. C. and Bu dosoph.
K.' C. aua bu Joseph.
K. C. tt St. Joseph...
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Omaha Local. ...........
Floux City Passenger..
Twin City Paaaanger..
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tOPYRIQHT. 1910, BIT
"Are you thinking of staying up until 4
O'clock t6 sea the comet?" Inquired Dottle,
innocently enough.. 1 ,"
I absently glanced at the clock. Ten
o'clock. . .; , '' . , ' V ;' " '
"No,, the present bright, particular star
suits me," I, repjled, quit easily and oft
hand, a it were, . wi- - -
"I should think 'you'd favor! the harvest
moon," she mused, as calmly.
"No. The moon's a dead planet, and who
care for a' dead one?" I demanded..
"When other see the comet coming they
all clear out," she continued, In that same
Innocent tone, But I believe you said you
weren't Interested In the comet?"
"I don't follow' tho trail," I remarked,
vaguely. ' .
"I see you don't," she answered. "That's
where the -Trapper Scout differed . from
you; Speaking of western trappers, how's
Jeffries .getting on In his training? I sup
pose he Is In the pink of condition. It 1
strange that these fighters are never In
the ' green or the violet of condition. I
suppose his helpers sre In the black and
blue of condition?"
"I'm surprised to hear you discuss such
rough stuff!" I exclaimed In reproving
tones.' "Tha Idea of a perfect lady dis
cussing . tho preparations for abating a
"How Inconsistent," she cried. "You
look up hints on big hats and such mat
ter of feminine Interest on tha plea that
you want to be informed ao you can dis
cuss matters intelligently with me. So I
Under the Spreading Chestnut Tree Tnm EnZ?Zl Ma8
A colored man. who was muoh worried
by the attentions paid to. his wife by a
man of th sama color, went to tha Judge
and told him all about It. Tha magistrate
advised him to begin at once proceedings
for a divorce.
"But I don't want a divorce," protested
tho complainant; "I want an injunction."
There i a theatrical manager In New
York who, In hi early day, piloted a
email circus through th villages of tha
"At that time." he says. "I was featur
ing an Italian a 'Ulanclalit, tha Strong
Man from Rome.', Ona day, traveling from
Kama City to Omaha in a day coach, th
strong man and myself were stated Just
ahead of a tall man with side whlHker.
Whether or not the man overheard our
conversation, I am unable to say; but after
a time h leaned over and tapped my com
panion on tha shoulder, aaylng, "Excuse
me, sir, but are you not Blanclalil, the
"Blanclalil admitted th soft Impeach
ment. " 'I it true that you can lift two and a
half ton in harness?
" 'I can.'
" 'And put up five hundred pound with
on arm?" -'
" 'Ye.' '
" 'Then, concluded th man with the
sld whiskers, 'would you kindly rals this
car window for ineT "
"Darling," h breathed rapturously, "I
swear by this great trev-whose spreading
branches bear . witness to my sincerity I
swear that I have never loved before."
The girl smiled faintly and observed:
"You always ay- uch appropriate
thing, George. This 1 a chestnut tree."
"Tommy," the schoolms'sm asksd, "why
are you scratching 'your head?'
"Cause nobody else know Just where it
lichee.". ; ....... .. . .
At th International Sunday School con
ventional I.ouUvllu, In answer. to the roll
cull of slates, Uis repot u ere varbaily
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THE NEW YORKVEWINB TELEGRAM (HEW YORK HERALD
'BY WALTER A. SINCLAIR.
' "TO ADORE."
repay the compliment by . studying up on
matters that are handled with gloves. Also
"I don't see that comet, yet," I admitted.
"Oh, ' you will in time," she smiled.
Again I absent-mindedly glanced at the
clock and received the vague Impression
that it was 10 o'clock.
"Of course, if you prefer," she persisted,
"I oould talk about Reno"
"Not bo soon!" I faltered. "Not- when
they consider calling it Deo-reno."
given by the various state chairmen. When
the Lone Stsr state was called, a brawny
specimen ot southern manhood stepped out
Into tho aisle and with exceeding pride
"Wa represent the great state of Texas.
Tha'flrst white woman born Iti Texas Is
Btlll living she now has i population of
over three millions."
There was a pause of bewilderment for a
moment, and then a volca from the gal
lery rang out clear and distlnot:
"Send that woman out to Wyoming we
"That' right," said tho teacher encour
agingly to the very small boy who was la
boriously learning his A B C's. "Now,
what come after Q?"
A tescher in a New England grammar
school founl the subjoined facts In a com
position on Longfellow, tke poet, written
by a 15-year-old girl:
"Henry W. Longfellow was born in Port
land, Mains, while hi parents were travel
ing in Bar op. Ha had many fast friends,
among whom tha fastest were Phoebe and
A lie Cary."
A school taaoher Instructed a pupil to
purchssa a grammar, and received, next
day, this not from tha child's mother;
"I do not desire for Lulu shall lugsg In
grammar, a. I prefer her to Ingage la use
ful atudle and can learn her how to spoke
and writ properly myself. I have went
throgh two grammars myself and I cant
say they did me no good, i prefer her In
gage In gorman and drawing and vocal
music on th piano."
"What' thla r her about Casey r' asked
McQlnnl. ' .
"He's been trying (o asphyxlat himself,"
"O'wsnl What did h do?"
' "He lit every gas Jet In the houss and
sat diwn and waited."
! Two young women went to th matinee.
COJ. M RlghH Rcred.
Helpful Hints on How to Hurl
Them from the House.
"You dofi't Ilka th mention of parting?':
she .fluerlsd. , Thpn, befor any onstruolo
could be placed on her words aha contln-,
ued: "What state is Ileno in?" r '
"At least not in tha stata ot Matrimony,
I retorted, gruffly.
"It's, In tha Rooky range, Isn't it?" aha 1
asked. i "' "J
"No. )t's on the Runny slop beyond tbV
Rockies," said I, proud of my geographical
knowledge. It's in the Blerras." '
"See errors in spouse and sue" ha in
terrupted, i.:.- -..--.
"Suit Is always getting in th court,":
I offered. 1
"So Is Allle," sho suggested. ...
"Alimony?". I guessed. At that moment-
there was the sound ot a loud "clump!"
a a pair of shoe hit tha floor In another
room. ; - '
"Father is dropping a hint, t mur
mured. ' . .: ..
"Two of them," she smiled. "Why am
I Ilka a key?" she asked, carelessly laying
one hand on the knob of the nearest door.
"You'ro something to adore," I olvd.:,y
"Fine!" she cried. "Maybe you can guas
another: Why are you Ilka that clock?":
"Because I hava a bright face?" I ha
arded. She shook her head. "Becausa Tu
so modest I hold my hands before my
face? No? Well' I glva up. Why am I
like tha clock?" y ... ; '
"It doesn't go," she giggled. I looked at
tho clock. Still 10. i . :
I departed. ; t
(Copyright, 1910, by N. T. Herald Co.)
They could not get seats together
were told at the box offloe that each could
have an end seat, center aisle, in 'adjoin
ing rows,' and most likely somebody who,
cams along and had a chair next to oa
of them would obligingly change seats
Near the close of the first act. One of t-hs,
young women timidly whispered to a heavy,
middle-aged man at her side, who had ben '
sitting stiffly and looking straight ahead:
"Are you alone, lr?"
The man burled one side of bit fac la
his program and breathed:
The wife of a literary man of tha Indiana. ,
school, who hsd tsken up chicken rmls'nsj ;
as a side issue, was telling of th poof,
success sh had with a brood of lva!
chickens, fhey seemed to b doing all,
right for r. few days, she said, and then. '
one after another, they all died in th coos.
"What did you feed them?"; asksd th I
wife of a frmer neighbor. -. A
"Feed them?" exclaimed' th . author' ,
helpmate. "I didn't feed them; I thought
a healthy young pullet ilka that should 1
hve milk enough for her chicks." .,,,
"There wa on man whose llf wa per
fect,". aid th Sunday, school 'teach.fi.
"What on of you can tell me who' ilf
was?" ( '., '':
Little Mary Jane' hand went up and th
teacher rodded to hr. . , oS,
"He wa mamma' flrt husband," bi
aid. ' ' - ' . , .)
landing before hi drcrsrr after coming
horn rather late from th club, he picked i
up hi hair brush when h reached for hk1
hand mirror. Ha held It before hi fees
for a moment and then aald to himself; ,, "
"Great Scott, old man, you need .
have!". .. ' '
"No man can serve two masters," so
th priest to on of hi partuhlooer. V"
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