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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. APHTL 2fi. lf10.
FARM ASD MA.Nlll LVU FOH SAI.B
$f. UN'li ONLY $!
I HAVE K ACHES VIUQ1N TIMBER.
In Sevier County, Arkansas. Two railroads
only 2 and 3 miles away; best quality oak
and hickory; will cut over 5.O)0 feet to
acre; soil 1 rich black bottom land; will
raise 100 bushels corn, a bale of rotton to
'.he acre or top yield of every suitable crop
ithcn timber Is cleared off. The land lies
high above overflow. Iff all Kmooih and
level. Kvery acre tillable when cleared.
This land will easily sell up to m an acre
when cleared and put In cultivation, but
will sell to quick purchaser for only 116 an
acre, on terms to suit. Timber alone is
worth more than price asked for both tim
bers; title is perfect; reason for selling Is
that land is now owned Jointly by psrttei
who wish to liquidate. Great opportunity
for man or company to take thla over and
develop It. Very few chances like this left
in the country. Write me today for more
Information. Afldrem H. C. Farmelee. Box
44. Fort (Smith, Ark.
1'iO ACRES In polk county, Arkansas,
fenced; 4-room house, barn, creek and
spring near house; crchard; 3.j acres In
cultivation; will sell or trade. D. K. Freta.
ARKANSAS FARM, ICO ACRES; 1J0 IN
cultivation; dwelling house, barn, orchard,
etc.; prlc $2.oO0; terms, or would trade for
town property or small Kna. or Okla
homa farm. Box S. fcesrey, Ark.
FOR SALE 5 acres, house, barn and
spring; soim fruit; good land; one mllo
from Wlckes; a snap at 112.60 per acre.
Jv-ucre tracts, tit acre, part cash, bal
ance monthly; get a lift.
J'.IDUWAY. Wickes, Ark.
WKLL improved 2,1S0-aeie plantation In
Little iilver county. Aik., vaiu.d ul l'1..0
per acre; rents for fc per acre cash; good
terms. Rutlirf Sc Son, Wlnterset, Iowa.
" HF-ACTlKi r. OZARK REGION OF A II
l;arins; fertile v.illeys; rich mountain tops;
B.iod climate; flowing springs; farms all
kizp. n II prices. Writ J. C. Mitchell &
Co., Fayettcvllle, Ark.
SO ACRES Arkansas land $10 rer acre; In
Arkansas county, about 8 miles from
blutigart, about 4 miles from Goldman; no
buildings; bargain quirk; no trades. Thou.
I). Hubbard, Erie, Kan.
4S0 ACT.E3 of timber land, 200 acres will
make fine a;pie orchard; income from tlio
Marl; must sell quick. Write me today.
C. S. Butlerf icld Colton. Cal.
RANCHES of all kinds for sale, from
I , ui-re.1 up to o.Oirf) acres, at the best bar
gains of any land offered In Colorado.
W rite or call on The Kellly-Hcx Real Es
tate Co., Kiowa. Colo.
BEST orchard and farm land In Arkan
sas valley close to railroad and market for
$lh per acre cash. Water rights for same
at $Jtf per acre In twenty equal annual pay
ments. This land is going fast and will
double lis value In u very short time.
Write W. R. Stover, caro of Elks' club,
FLORIDA FARM1NO LANDS FOR
. tale at $16 per acre in five-acre tracts and
ip. Easy payments.
The above lands of several thousand
icres were selected years ago by deputy
commissioner of the U. 8. Department of
Agriculture aa the best lands in Florida
and which we have recently purchased.
They are located on the 8. A. L. Ry.,
15 to 45 miles south of Jacksonville, In the
Lawtey and Starke district, which are well
lettled by thrltty truck farmers; with an
wlabllshed mr.rket where northern com-ml.-slon
men pay cash for produce, early
liraw berries, etc.
Sirawberry snlpments from this immedi
ate territory average between the 1st of
April and the 1st of May about 12 Armour
refrigerator cars per day. in addition to
strawberries, there are liipmeiua of varl
bun kinds of vegetables, potatoes, etc.
In ihls territory you have the udvantage
Of churches, schools, telephones and rural
Adjoining our property is the famous
Ilelluron (Spring of great curative proper
ties. Other lands around this old spring
re held at $100 an acre. For Information
concerning this great medicinal water,
write the proprietor. W. E. Davis, Starke,
Fia., or the undersigned.
If within one year from the tfato of pur
chaseyour farm does not measure up to
ii presentation, all payments cheerfully re
lunded. We are offering our lands for a short
time In blocks o( five acres and up at $18
per acre on easy payments.
For our business reputation references
Barnett Natiunal bank.
The Florida National bank.
Hun. John F. Ilorr. IT. s. marshal.
President Board of Trade
10,000,000 FEET Georgia timber and 1,500
acres good land on Ry. Price $2o.5O0. Other
jnrgains. F. L. Greene, U'd N'Nell Bldg ,
10.000,000 FEET Georgia timber and 1,500
A 112-ACRE farn for sale In a good Ger
man settlement. Ut miles from a good
chool and Cathtllc church; price $50 per
sere. Address J. E. Kobbtns Ice Plant,
WHEAT. CORN? ALFALFA.
12,000 acres of Improved and unimproved
land, consisting uf choice quarters, halves
and sections located in Gove, Sheridan and
Logan counties; all in goud neighborhoods,
close, to towns and schools; price from $15
to $30 an acre; reasonable terms; 2 crops
will pay for this land; sometimes 1 crop
will do It. Write (or particulars or call
and see us. Marlin Land Company, 733
Kansas Ave., Tupeka, Kan.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
Two l.OUO-acra tracts near Waverly, Kan.
I'M acrea, 6 miles from Topeka; Improved.
1U) acres, 6 miles from Topeka; Improved.
iW acres, near Towuer, Colo.; well Im
proved. Write A. D. Jonea A Co., 600 Kansas Ave.
FOR SALE Cheyenne Co., Kan., 100
acres, good soil, no buildings, $1,200. J. I.
Case Threshing Machine Co., Racine, Wis.
FINELY IMPROVED FARMS,
$20 PER ACRE
All rented, paying from 10 to 22 per cent
rent. Best alfalfa In tha world. Easv
terms. If not as represented, will return
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
iU N. Y. Life Bldg. Phono Red WJt.
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FORAbTr
tain In Western Kansas lands write to the
Great Western Land and Immigration Com
pany, Sharon Springs, Kan.
FOR SALE 22S-acre farm m Coffev
county, Kansas; 1 miles east of Hartford;
10-room residence; 'arge barn; 15-acre or
chard; first class farm; price $15,000. Owner
L. I. Brtghtun, Coffeyville, Kan.
FOR quick sale, 3S0 acres on Gasronde
river, $5 per acre. James Strickland, the
dark 1-and Man, Crocker. Mo.
in cass county, mo..
The biggest bargain we have had to offer
for five years, 480 acres, located 1 mile from
railroad town, on rural routa and phone
lines; good large house. I good barns; all
kinds of fruit; 20 acres apple orchard; 25
acrea timber; 320 acres aa fine land as
you ever stuck a plow in; balance fine blue
grass land: good water; big bargain at
the price, $t)0 per acre; time on part. Jot
M. W'IIkod 4k Son, Harrisonvllle, Mo.
FOR SALE In Camden county, Mis
souri; old soldiers, railroad men, laboring
men and others wanting to purchase land
on monthly or quarterly payments address
A. K. Jackson. Climax Springs, Mo.
WANT IOWA FARMS.
4J4) acres. Cass county, Mo., $45 per acre.
4h0 acres, Johnson county. Mo., $45 per
sere, cash. , .
ksi acies, Carroll county, Mo.. 50 per
Will exchange one or all threa for Iowa
farms; thctse are good farms; owner lives
In Iowa. If you want to come south 1
U. W. CfARDY INV. CO..
Kansas City. Mo. 301 Commerce.
Positively the beet 40 acres. I-story 4
rooin houke, barn, wells, .springs, fruit,
well fenced, tlegant soil, close to rock
road, school and railroad market. Jackon
county: best farm; a have got to sell It;
puce, U ow 3.0ii0 In cash, balance terms.
A. D. White Co., Independence,
F4HM Al l A 4 II l,Al FOn t.K
LOOK here: fine farm, well improved,
at Tribune. I'nlaskl county. Missouri, for
sale at only 1.10 per acre; half cash; balance
terms. Address Wm. M. Hess. Winnipeg,
BIGGEST land Bargain In Mlasourl l.flOO
acres rolling timbered land In McDonald
county, on Kansas City Southern railway;
tsnod location, well watered by springs,
splendid grazing, fruit, berry, truck and
poultry lands; must be sold rlgnt nnf at
to per acre; this land will subdivide nicely
Into 40-aere farms. If purchaser so deslrea;
title perfect; quick uclon necessary. Ad
dress, Commercial Club, Anderson. Mo.
$11.000 S.ono.000 feet saw timber, hemlock,
birch, maple, basswood and 6S acres of
good land less. than 140 miles of city; 4
miles to railroad, good logKtrig road, driv
ing stream one-eighth of mile. Double your
money here. Investigate. Maps, plats, es
timates furnished. Hobart Land Co., Min
Hlllrresf, 1C0 ai res. fci.fciO; cash rent.
Mldw.iy, fcO acres, beautiful home, J4.S00.
jnti Grove. 320 acres. 111. 200. Easy terms.
J. T. CAMPBELL,,
FOR SALF-VeII Improved, hire laying.
160 acres of land four miles of Holdfege In
I'help county, Nebraska, worth ,Jl)0. Will
sell at $75 per acre. Herrlck & Spencer, Col
lege View, Neb. . ,
WESTERN REAL ESTATE,
"arm and town property where railroad
right-of-way is bought through. Kinkald
homesteads Dry land to come undsr gov.
err men t canal. Don't wait. Address P. (X
Cos No. lnl, Gerlng, Neb.
FARMS, improved end unimproved
ranches. F. J. Dishner. O'Neill. Neb.
Are you Interested In Irrigator! Ne
braska lands? Send or call for a copy
of the Land Owner. Full of pictures
and particulars. It is free.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
S. E. Corner 10th and Farnam,
OMAHA, NEB. .
FARM near Omaha, 12 mllee west, close
to paved road, Rood house and other im
provements; 1:71 acres, $126 per acre; terms.
Write or phono
O'KEKFK REAL ESTATE CO.,
1002-3-4 N. V. Life. Doug, or A-2152.
FINE ADDITION PROPOS1TION-160
acres Adjoining a fast growing new town
In Northern Oklnhoma for sale at reason
able price, on tirms, for addition pur
poses. Here Is something fine. Address
Box 90S. Tulsa, Okl.
OREGON 3, tOO ACRES IN FAMOUS
wheat and bunchgrass region, $8; 320 acres
In Willamette Valley, $35. W. M. banders,
Jr., Bllverton, Ore.
A BARGAIN 150 acres In central Texas,
all but 15 acres level black soil, very rich;
SO acres In cultivation; everlasting water;
40 acres net over $500. On public road, SM
miles to good market, close to good school,
good neighbors, 2,100 feet elevation. Dry,
warm atmosphere. Get well of asthma in
about two years. Fine for throat and lung
trouble. Many churches. 121 Green St. N.,
FOR SALE--Eighty-acre Improved farm,
3 miles from Eagle Lake, at $40 per acre;
35 acres ready for harvesting of truck crop.
Other choice bargains. J. Pehoushek, Eagle
WANTED to Trade ISO acres patented
Texas land, border Pecos river, H inila in
Vaivetdi county ; 6 miles from tailroad town,
valued at $15 per acre, for a 4-eylinuer tour
ing automobile; must be in good condition
and of standard make. Addresa W. F.
Cunningham, Midland, Tex.
SELL OR TRADE-MO acrea best land In
tho Texas Panhandle In a body; every
acre smooth; at a bargain; subject to
mortgage $7 per acre, 6 per cent, none due;
trade equity for other land or city prop
erty. Write for price and state trade. H.
M. King, Marlon. Kan.
SOUTH DAKOTA LAND Tha rush la on
for Stanley county land; aev-ral new lines
of lallroad now building in this county
Buy now and double your money In the
next two years. Choice lands selling at
from $12 to $18 per acre. For maps and in
formation write t Felland Realty Co., 6.T
Palace Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
TALK ABOUT YOUR SNAPS!
Here la one that has got them all faded;
ICO acres of prairie land two miles from
Troy. Grant county. South Dakota. This
is rolling land, but the best of soil. It Is
worth $4,000, but for a short time I offer
it for $2,S00, $600 cash and the balance in
five years at 6 per cent. If you want a
Knap, get out to see this quick. Address
Thomas R. Stevens, Troy, S. 1).
FOR SALE Four relinquishments, 8
miles from R. R. town; good water. J. C.
Nccker, Creston, S. I.
EXCEPTIONAL Irrigation property In
Utah, 9,500 acres deeded land under reser
voir and canals already constructed; reser
voir capacity for 40,000 acres; additional
land available; most prominent western ir
rigation engineer shows profit of over mil
lion dollars to me made from this prop
erty; price $250,000; $80,000 cash; reasonable
terms on balance; would consider part
trade In clear property. Joseph A. Simp
son 172S Welton St., Denver. Colo.
CHEAP FARM LANDS.
In western Nebraska and Colorado. Write
NEBRASKA LAND COMPANY.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
6 Farm Mortgages
Secured by the best of Nebraska farms.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
S. E. Corner loth and Farnam,
GARVIN BROS.. 3d floor) N. Y. Life. 1500
to $1K).000 on Improved property. No delay.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1220 Farnam St.
1600 to $6,OU0 on homes In Omaha. O'Keefs
Real Estate Co., 1003 N. Y. Ufa. Douglaj
or A -Ilil.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
Wesd Bldi,'., 18th and Farna'nv
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha business property.
Room 1. New York Lit Bidg.
LOANS to home owners and home build'
em. with privilege of making partial pay.
,M , W. H. THOMAS.
603 First National Bank Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co.
w.KSjrRATES-Bemls. Brandals Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
6. ( and 7-room bouses. If prices ar right
wa can aell your property for you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.
ulte Si NY. Life B!4
You Want a Farra
the other fellow wants city property ar
stock of goods. We want ins commission,
tend us Ml description la first. UUee aa
ma will you a trade.
NOWATA LAND LOT CO..
Cuii n. y. ur k4 uaa.
TO EXCHANGE for land of equal value
without incutnbr nice, $'.0"0 slock of new
staple. General merchandise. Shultl &
strong, Pilger, Neb.
CLEAR lot 1S00 and 12 010 rash for rood
ifiiiui pruprny in vimana.
NOWATA LANK & LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. V. Life Bldg. Red
TO BUY, sell or trade, at a profit, see,
write or telephone
MacDONALD & I30YEK,
4X2 Hi raide!a.
CLOSEO carriage or street hack, landau
let style, but title used, made by Cunning
ham and sold new for $l.OU0. This carriage
la now worth UAH) In cash, but we would
exchange It for Dorses or for vacant prop
erty or for western land. Johnson. Dan
forth Co., 8. W. Cor. 10th ard Jones Sts,
WANTED To sell for caKh or trade for
western land, two cottages In Omaha,
Neb. Would accept S. l. land, or good
black soil In western Neb. or eastern
Colo. Land must be smooth and no sand.
C. F. Krueger. Kimball, S. !.
A slightly used Chalmers-Detroit 5-pas-senger
touring car. fully equipped with top,
wind shield, speedometer, large lamps, etc.
Will exchange for only Omaha property.
Addresa E 522, care Bee.
FOR EXCHANGE S-room, all modern
house, closet, bath, furnace; facing state
capltol building, Lincoln, Neb. Flve-mlnute
car service; price, $10,000; will take $5,000 In
trade, balance on time. Herrlck & Spencer,
College View. Neb.
O. A. LINQUEST CO., 236 PAXTON BLK.
MAX MORRIS, 801 BROWN BLOCK.
V. TAUCHKN. Krus; Theater Bldg.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED Safes, one large and one me
dium size safe; state size and price. Ad
dress H 525, Bee.
BEST PRICE paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothing and shoes. 'Phone
SECOND-HAND clothing, party, afternoon
areeaea. John Fsldman, D. tun or lnd. A-2CM.
WANTED 5,000 feather beds. Write or
'phone D. 7503, Metropolitan Feather Co.,
Ml N. 20th.
Ciiooii jjo y m Litre (, iui iui uuui v ,
Antique furniture cheap. 1020 Center. D. bw2.
iri 'air o A m -m nav tfi (VsA
to $15,000. Must be modern and well lo
cated. Give full particulars. Address E 258,
WANTED TO RENT
YOUNG couple wants front room, with
board, In private family, where there are
no other roomers or boarders. Address
J 526, Bee.
We Are Getting Numerous Calls
For Houses of All Sizes. List With Us.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
U4 N. Y. Life Bldg. Phone Red lm
A FURNISHED house or apartment from
June 20. Address H 244, Bee.
7 OR 8-room house: modern conveniences;
West Farnam district; want possession by
May 15. Call Harney 3233.
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
master. Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, April
2, li'io. -sealed proposals, in triplicate, sub
Ject to the usual conditions, will be received
nere until 11 a. m., central time, May 24,
1910, and then opened in the presence of at
tending Didders, ror construction, plumb
ing, heating, wiring and fixtures of the
following buildlnits: Two sets field offi
cers' quarters, two double sets company
oiricers quarters, throe four-set ortlcers
quarters.. Full Information and blank forms
nr proposal furnished on application to this
office. Plans and . specifications may be
seen here, also in offices Chief Quarter
masters at omana, .Denver and St. Paul;
Depot Quartermaster. St. Louis. and
Quartermaster's Office, Searritt Arcade,
Kansas City, Mo. The United States re
serves the right to accept or reject any or
all proposals. Proposals should be enclosed
in sealed envelopes, endorsed Proposals
for Public ButldlliKS." and addressed to
Captain Wm. D. Davis, Quartermaster, U.
b. a. , r ort jeavenwortn, Kansas.
office. Fort Des Moines. Iowa. March
24, 1910. Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will
oe receivea nere until g p. m., standard
time, April 28, 1910, and then opened, for
resurfacing certain macadam roads at Fort
Des Moines, Iowa approximately 44.000
square yard.. Blank forms, plans and speci
fications and full Information obtained at
this office, A deposit of $5 required for
drawings and specifications; deposit will be
refunded on return of drawings here. The
United States reserves the right to reject
or accept all proposals or any part thereof.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
Indorsed "Proposals for resurfacing roads
and addressed Constructing Quartermaster
on Des Moines, lowa. M30A1 2 22 23 26
NOTICE OF SALE OF IRRIGATION Dis
trict bonds To all whom It may concern;
Notice is hereby given that the Board of
Directors of the Kimball Irrigation District
has declared its intention to sell and will
sell the entire Issue of the bonds of said
district heretofore authorized to be issued
by said board and by the electors of said
district, to-wlt: The sum of Two Hundred
and Fifty Thousand ($250,000) Dollars or any
part of said issue, at the office of said
board on the corner of First and Chestnut
Streets 'in Kimball, County of Kimball and
State of Nebraska, on Saturday, May 14,
1910, at the hour of 12:00 o'clock noon. Sealed
proposals will be received by the board at
Its said office for the purchase of said
bonds until the day and hour named above,
at which time the said board will open
the proposals and award the purchase of
the bonds to the highest responsible bidder
or bidders, the board, however, reserving
the right to reject any and all bids. No
bonds can be sold by said board at less
than ninety-five (95) per cent of their
face value. The , said bonds are payable
in from ten to twenty years and bear six
per cent Interest, payable semi-annually;
both Interest and principal being payable
from assessments levied upon all the real
estate In said district. All bids must be
accompanied by certified check, payable to
the order of the Kimball Irrigation District
for not less than two (2Jt) per cent of the
amount of the bid. said check to be re
tained by the district as liquidated damages
in case the bid which said check accom
panies shall be accepted by the board and
the bidder shall refuse or fall to carry out
his bid. By order of ths Boaid of D. rectors.
THE KIMBALL IRRIGATION DISTRICT,
by I. S. Walker, President. Attest: Fred
R. Morgan, Secretary. A21d 2it
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K. C. and St. Joseph. ...a 4:30 pm
WEBSTER STATION Fifteenth and
Auburn Liocal b 3:50 pm bl2:10pm
Ch Ira urn, St. Paol, Minneapolis A
Sioux City Express b 3:00 pm bll:46 am
Omaha Local c 6:20 pm
Sioux City Passenger.... b9:20pra
Twin City Passenger.... b 6:30 am
Sioux City Local c 8:35 am
sUI Modern Safety SstIcss (Wireless, ate.)
London-Pa ris- Hamburg
a Pre. Grant,... May 4,
o Pnnjlnl... Hay 11
o Oral. Wald.raw May II
Dluccher Mar t3
IXMitsehland May M
a Proa. Lincoln ..Jcne I
Octant June 1
b K. Aus. Vic ..May zi
(W Riti-Oarlton a
la Cane Raataurant.
CJ miiiDurf uimk mi ."
Hamburg-American Xilse, 4B B'way, V. T.
or local Aareats
SCANDINAVIAN-AMEBIC AN LINE
10,000 Ton Twln-rVrw meaner
Tilwr lit i
Norway, Sweden and Denmark
Oicar II April Ml He'lHg 01aY May 84
C F. Tletgen May S Oa-r II June t
Pnlted States ....May HC. . Tletnen ...Juna II
All Steamers ttrcolpped tith Wireless,
trit cabin, 175 upward; con-' eaMn. M0.. A. V
JOHNSOn c CO., 1U Waal Klnila 8u Chicago,
OR TO LOU iH'AOBHTS.
D e s troy s H o m e ,
V; of Newly weds
. c .)'('.' . ...
Explosion' Tears House to Pieces, but
Bride and Groom Escape
Jealous Woman Arrested.
FRAIRISCITT, la., April .-Th pala,
tial home ot J ease A. Quick was com
pletely demolished at midnight last night
by a charge of dynamite which had been
placed under the front porch, directly be
neath the sleeping apartments of Dr. Alex:
ander A. Hall and his young wife, formerly
Miss Myrtle Quick, whom he had just mar
ried. Miss Mary Gutherie ot Carthage, III., was
arrested, suspected of having set off the
charge. It Is understood here that the two
were former students at Wettmer college,
Nevada, Mo., and that they were at one
time engaged to be married. None of the
occupants of the house were injured, al
though the magnificent home was com
pletely torn to pieces, i It was valued at
Boy Wears Girl's
Togs, is Arrested
Youth Caught While Changing Dis
guise May Have Criminal
PHOENIX, Aria.. April 15. While on his
way to the penitentiary with a condemned
murdere rtoday, Deputy Sheriff Riley of
Yuma found a youth giving the name of
Harry Clalrborne In trie act of changing
from women's to man's attire at Marlopa
The boy, who said he was 17 years old,,
had a full feminine outfit in a suit case,
Including a blonde wig and high heeled
shoes, and declared he had made his way
from his home In Wichita, Kan., disguised
as a girl. Ililey said the Los Angeles
police had notified Arisona officers that a
youth answering 'the description of Clai
borne was wanted in that city for murder.
BURLINGTON BRIDGE IS
BURNED AT GRAND ISLAND
Span Over Platte niver Entirely
Destroyed by Fire Tralaa
GRAND ISLAND, Neb.. April 25-(Speclal)
The Turlington br.dgaover the Platte river
between this city and Omaha was de
stroyed by fire this afternoon. The fire, It
is believed, originating from spar Irs from a
passing engine dropping out of the fire
box. It is a wooden structure spanning
the broad river where it Is one stream and
is about 3,0.10 fret long. At the local of
fices of the Burlington It is stated that the
ml ire bridge is going.
Traffic wll be detoured from Aurora
to Central City hence via I'nlon Pacific to
Grand Island until a now bridge can be
built. The same bridge loat a considerable
section by fire about four years ago after
which the structure was considerably short
ened by means of long fills at both ends.
In the abdominal region is prevented by the
use of Dr. King's New Life I'. lis. tha pain
less purifiers. 25c. For sale by Beaton
WHEN YOU GET
here, i have a
J0 ft FOR YOU?
The Boss of the
BY AMEBE MAN.
It was raining outside and the external
gloom was repeated in the Boss' counte
nance as he glowered over his livening
The Boss' wife sat across the table from
him sewing, and yawning at Indiscreet in
tervals Indiscreet . because, if there was
one thing the; Boss disliked more than be
ing bored himself it was seeing his wife
In low spirits.
"When'a the funeral?" he Inquired caus
tically. "What funeral?" Innocently asked the
"I don't know whether It's yours or
mine. I guess from your expression it's
your own. But perhaps you're only dt-bat-ins;
your favorite ralnyday topic of what
sort of woman I'm going to marry when
you die. To Bet your mind at rest, I'll tell
you. I'm still hesitating between three
peaches -1 have on my waiting list, but 1
don't know yet which my first choice is
going to be."
"Silly!" said the Boss' wife, and conde
scended to no further reply.
The Boss' grouch worried her.
"Don't you fetJ well, dear?" she Inquired,
with more solicitude than tact.
"Yes, I feel well and I don't want a
glass of water and I refuse to bo fanned!"
snapped her peevish lord. And then, be
cause he felt a little ashamed, he added:
Say, frozen face, cheer up! Suppose wt,
call up Bill Winters and his wife and ask
them to come over and have a game of
"All right," his wife acquiesced, and hur
ried to the telephone.
When she came back her face was a
study In expressions ranging from Incred
ulity to disgust.
"They're not at home, and the maid says
she doesn't expect them back till Monday.
She says they've gono to Lakewood for
the week-end. Lakewood! I don't believe
It! How do you suppose they can go to
Lakewood on his salary?"
"I suppose they go by train," answered
the Boss mildly.
"Oh, no! I'm sure they motored." Jeered
Mrs. "Bill" Winters' bosom friend. "They
must have taken one of the cars. But
seriously, my dear, how do you suppose he
can afford to take his wife to an expensive
place like that when you, who make twice
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ll-Vs l i tSkiOm lH MER ACROSS YrtM-UiJfJ. V
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aSfWC? "PIANTED THOSE TREES, h) I A J
(ffflnfj PUG THAI DITCH AND fflJl JtoJ f W
-iUM"Ji (jrTmmeomll those Htwdr N!rW''f "JZL T'T
kuA-rl itV psri j A WA jM X I
U,"a,r.UTr V X . f MA a
hT ""i NEED RAIN Bou: 1 HAVE I tllv-
Animal Fats and Petroleum Preparations
Applications that will penetrate the pores
of the scalp are efficacious to use when
the hair Is thin or when It begins to fall,
and as grease has potent qualities for such
purpose it Is usually resorted to, especially
when age begins to thin locks about the
temples, the part of the scalp where
women's hair is first to show evidence of
Lanollne is an excellent food for the
scalp. It Is more than a tonic, or strictly
speaking it not a tonic, for It nourishes the
scalp by feeding the tissues. Lanollne Is a
natural food, too, as It Is a product of
mutton, a fat that Is found near the root
of the wool. Lanollne can be bought In
tubes at any drug store, and must be mas
saged Into the bald or thin portions of the
scalp every night for several months. Its
action will be slow, but it Is almost always
Animal fats are more approved for hair
treatment than Is petroleum In the opinion
of many experts. Yet petroleum, which in
cludes vaxeline, is undoubtedly good, and
Is absorbed. The theory that the pores are
clogged by it Is an error, and the fact that
it is quickly taken up by the tissues Is
one reason for its value. ' On the other
hand, there Is no doubt that bear's grease,
lard freshly tried and marrow are favor
ably and are not disfiguring In effect when
put on with Judlrlous care, parting the
hair often and rubbing the application with
the finger tips on tha line of tho scalp laid
bare for the purpose.
Beef marrow pomade Is easily made and
'mm JMAt m
nil tl, at THE SEW TDM tVfjmg TatBS (NEW V0RK HEMLO COX
TOE BcSS'WfFC TOOK UPYOUJi
fifths op the picrvee.'
twice as much money, have to stay cooped
up all the year In this little flat except for
a measly two weeks' vacation!"
Of course, If the Boss' wife had been
contemplating a tour around the world she
had adopted the one sure means of accom
plishing her purpose.
Tho Boss' eyes flashed. His chest swelled.
"I guess I can afford to take my wife
anywhere she wants to go!" he remarked
majestically. "How would you like to take
a run down to Ocean Bay and come home
on an early tialn Monday?"
"Lovely!" exclaimed the Boss' wife,
ecstatically. "Do you really mean it?"
The Boss nodded.
And from that momr-nt till midnight frills
were frantically pressed, buttons sewed on,
hats and gowns gone over, quite as If the
lady were to be away six months instead of
Next morning found the Boss of the es
tablishment and his wife speeding on a fast
express to Ocean Hay.
The Boss' wife unpacked. The Boss did
what they all do while their wives unpack.
When ho returned, In the course or half
Is excellent when a depleted system causes
thinness of the hair. To secure marrow
beef bones are bought and their contents
dug out and put to melt In porcelain or
agate. When llquldfied the fat Is strained
and to every gill a teaspoonful of olive oil
is added as well as two drops of oil of
lavender or other perfumed oil. When cold
KISS STARR. W0B THE. THC.rUR3
ALTHOUGH THE.DAV WAS MOT
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YES. IT IS
BUT 1YE A
ICS. 1 DO
LIVE IN THE CITyM
IN A HOT FLAT ? 1
U CAN GET OUT
cR IN THE
ALL DAY! AT
MIGHT. Tl RED
OUT. I SLEEP
.LIKE A BABc
EACH DAY. 1 PlAtf
M GOING TO DO.
RAIN OR SHINE,
Y0L WILL FIND ME
BUSY AT SOME-THIN
NOW. WE'Ll GO OVft
To THE HOUSE IT
ii A LITTLE TOO HOT
L Vvi 1 1 1- r t n
CHORE S ?
fcET AT EMI
GIVE THE OLD
V . s
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an hour, his eyes wore an expression of
"Talk about Jersey lightning!" he ob
served cryptically. "It s not in It with tho
stuff they have downstairs!" And 28 cents
Dinner time arrived, and with the indis
cretion rommon to those not Inured to tha
American plan, the Boss and his wife or
dered everything from clams to Cam
ombert, and consequently lost all further
Interest In the table d'hotes during; their
stay In Ocean Bay.
After dinner they sallied forth to view
the splendors of the resort.
They pounded the board walk for hours,
paying summer resort prices for familiar
Coney Island delights. They rode In a
rolling chair and were photographed in
one, the Boss' wife complacently taking up
four-fifths of the picture, the Boss shrink
ing miserably away from the limelight.
They did everything foolish and expensive
that could possibly be done, and when
they returned to the hotel they were bored.
Next morning the Boss, submitting to
tho ministrations of the hotel manicure,
inquired anxiously for new points of in
terest. "Have you rode in the roller chairs?"
asked the young woman, polishing vigor
ously. The Boss nodded.
"Did you have your picture took? Did
you see the billion dollar pier?"
To each of these Inquiries the Boss gave
"You're from New York, aren't you?"
continued the candid and very peroxide
person. "Well, you'll know better next
timel It beats me how people that can
live In Now York City will leave their
happy homes for thlsl"
The boss thought she was right.
"Let's take the next train home and get
a decent. Juicy, large, rare steak! sugr
gested the boss to his wife.
"I've wanted to go back ever since
awful dinner!" replied his helpmeet. And
"These week-end Jaunta are Just what a
tired business man needs," remarked the
boss of the establishment to the confirmed
married man next day. "I Induced my
wife to take a little trip over Sunday and
we had the time of our lives!"
Nourish Thin Hair
the marrow hardens, unless It has been
coukd in the process of melting. This
should be rubbed Into the scalp every night
for several months.
Kresh leaf lard, tried out at home,
strained and perfumed, Is a health giving
I am frequently asked If kerosene Is a
nourishing hair tonlo, and will say that on
the basis of its being a petroleum
product It will undoubtedly feed the tis
sues, but its odor Is ho unpleasant that It Is
not worth whllo using the oil when other
tonics equally efficacious and not disagree
able are to be secured. Vaseline, either
red or white, Is excellent.
MA HQ A RET MIXTEH.
Fads for Woman.
A working set called the college gradu
ate consists of apron, dust rap and deep
cuffs. They are fashioned from handker
chiefs in various slses, colors pink snd
white, blue and white and lavender and
The apron is pointed at ths lower edgi
and trimmed with a pretty border, and th
cap Is shirred In a way that a ruffle ol
points Is created to encircle the face. Th
detp cuffs are pointed and are edged wltl
a p aln hem. The entire jet costs onl
W cents and is ready to h
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