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T7TE KEK: OMAITA. SATURDAY. MAY
HIV I'HltrKRIl CUH iALB.
C-ROOM, NEW, MODERN, I2.E00.
flood alie lot. south put of town; owner
hard up: hanc to ". bargain.
NoWATA I.AN'i AM lAJT CO..
Hunt KI4 N. V. ltf hldg. Red
, 5-KOOM COTTAGE
1 , 1 4 North 2th street, lot 64x120, east
front, room for ar.otlier cottage to be built
beside the one now on the Int. Thin I a
desirable location and the price la very low
considering tha lot alone la worth at leant
HASTINGS A HETDEN, 1614 Harney St.
3-Story Brick Business, $8,500
Wore room and flat above. At a very
In rental It brings $36 per annum. Can
make (rood term.
NOWATA LAND" AND LOT CO .
Sulto 624 N. Y. Life Bid. Red 1991.
8 ROOMS, WEST FARNAM, $3,200
All modern; eay walking distance; aurely
cheap at the price; term. .
NOWATA LA N I AND IVT CO..
624 New York I.lfe Bldg. Ran 199.
10-ROOM, REAL HOME, $6. 500.
Not rnerelv a house and lot. but 10 rooms
of real home, modern In every way; finely
located; large lot. fruit treea, lovely lawn,
garage, paved street; car at door. Owner
want to sell, and that'a the time to. buy.
NOWATA LAND AND IvOT CO ,
Unite 624 N. Y. Ufa Bldg. Red m.
n-ROOM house. 12 Half Ca. 112.60.
B room flat. 210 8. 2th Ave., $1$.
(i-room house. 7 ft. 17th Ave., J.Tt.
8-room house, mod., t1 Lake, $:.0
10-room house. 210 H. 2xth Ave., tin
J. H. PARROTTE. Board of Trade.
i r. Abstracts of Title.
ieuj x ituiiuu b( Bidg. Omaha
Hot water heat.
Close In. iftar Grace St.
Barn, lot 40x140.
Want to sell quick.
W. 11. GATES.
617 N. Y. Life. Tel. Doug. 12y.
; Choice Corner
!in Kountze Place
The 8. W. Cor. of 21st and Spencer Sts.,
nicely- terraced lot with paving and side
walk on both. streets, paving all paid. Price
for quick sale only $1,600. This is the best
bargain you will ever buy in this choice
'; HASTINGS & IIEYDEN, -
1614 Harney St.
t TO CLOSE AN ESTATE.
120- fool front by 1V0 foot deep on 24th
street, South Omaha, Neb. This property
Is renting for lis per month now and be
fore the decease- of the. owner the rents
wero $218 per month. Address V. II. p ul
ton,. County Judge Fillmore Co., Nebraska.
Rtislnes property,- well located, sure to
Inrrease In vnlue; now rent'd for $2,280 per
annum. rriee, sis.uiu.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite ti24 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red lm
W. U. JENSEN, builds home right; plan
fum!enJ. STJi tfpaldlng. Tel WeO. am
-ROOM hnu.e; strictly modern. 3327 De
catur St. Web. 1947.
FOR SALE OR TRADE -room
modern cottage, five blocks from postofflce,
one lot 0x1a0 feet, cement walks, in
Holdrege. Neb. Also 7-room house and one
lot in curtla, Pieb. Both In excellent lo
cation. Will sell cheap or consider a
trade. H. 8. Moorea, Lexington, Neb.
CORNER LOT ON CALIFORNIA ST.
Room for two hovses; one block from Far-
rtam car; $l,fi00.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
(24 New York Life Bldg. Red 1999.
. '. 7-Kooni Modern, $500
cash, balance very easy terms; on car line;
full lot; good house; one of them at $2,100.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red YJ9X
BV OWNER 6 rooms, modern, corner,
Bemla Park. No agents. Tolephone Har
nty . 139:.
OOPD INVK8TMEN1 SNAP
Meat markvt. Ir-ludlng all fixtures. ga
llha engine, compu.tug calea, kettle ant
smoke house. Six llvlna rarnis upstair
v. ill bring a tental of 140 sir montb
Owner has cleared to.OM annually l.
account of leavln gclty will sell for U.m
Call Douglaa 114 Board of Trade Liiig.
Lot 22xi. located r.ir lilfti ana Curaln.
DO YOU WANT TO SELL PART OF
-Write a description of It, buildings,
water, near what town. Make 70 words of
It all and send It to The Omaha Bee with
74 centa for each Insertion. People In Ne
braska have money and want larld. They
look to 1 ne Omaha Bee for real estate ot
tering And they get them in Tile Bee.
FOR BALK or exchange, a valuable
1. Will-acre ranch, in tne famous Keystone
district, with well-built modern house and
several smaller houses for help; all fenced
and croes-fenced and generally well im
proved. Owner desires to retire, and for a
iltilck sale will take $35.00 per acre, "tele
phone owner at Vb. 5729 or address
Farmer, K28 Decatur St.
PAYING $37 PER MONTH, 3,000.
Well lorated, practically walking dis
tance. Term. Might take good clear lot
a part payment.
NOWATA LAIS I AND LOT COMPANY,
Suite C24 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red ltt
FA KM A.U IIAltCll LA.NU rOH SALIt
FOR SALE 210 ecrea good bottom tim-
be i tami; will cut 4.0uO tret per acre; two
and one-naif miies trom lailioad town of
Usl peopie. tor i.u0 per acre. Souineru
Ittaity and 'trust Company, Ashdown, Ark.
(JET some cheap land in sunny Arkansas;
now is tne time, while It la cheap; can
aell (ill 20 acres at in uii acie, on pay
ments of 10 umn and $2 a bh; no taxes
until paid for; no in.eresi; in Una price
it Is niiiLii better than putting your money
In a sa.ings bank; kre-p your t-yo on Ar
kansas; things are coining uur way and
unceM are noma to advance laouily on
good lane; put in a few clolima and watcn
inem grow. Audi ess, sui ng w uat you
want, u. C. Ludalg, Secieti-y ot Mate,
J-ntie Hock. Alk.
ARKANSAS homes; new list Just out;
cheap noine. in Arkansas; write for It If
ou want a cheap home wneie you can
live easy and enjoy good health. O. la
Br.ggs, Klcn Mountain, Ark.
1.040 acres of tuco level bottom land for
aale; all under good fence; 250 aorea 111 good
statu of cultivation, balance in good pas
ture; three large barns; three good mow
wig machines; one good hay press; three
good rakta and plenty of farming tools to
cultivate the laud und lake care ot the
hay crop. Price $15 per acre; on-naif cash,
balance to suit purchaser.
bUl'TIIKKN REALTY AND TRUST CO.,
Aahdown, Little River County, Ark.
FOR SALE 200 arrea timber; 20 acres
Improved farm adjoining town; near schools
and c hurdiea and railroad atation. T. N.
oay. Devall'a Bluff, Ark.
HOMESTEADS and relinquishments, the
finest of land, will go out any time; this
land Is In the undtrflow district. Car
rie Kobliiaon, 2456 W. Hh Ave., Denver,
A GOOD quarter aectlon. subject to Irri
gation, eight mllea from Denver and near
railroad station, only $16 per acre. Addresa
the Commonwealth LanJ Co., Littleton.
BEST orchard and farm land In Arkan
.a valley eloae to railroad and market for
$15 per acre caah. Water rights or same
at $76 per acre In twenty equal annual pay.
menla. Thla land Is going fast
douDl its value In a very short tim.
Writ W. R. blover, car of Ei
FARM An HANtll I.VD FOR AI.E
vtin sir.r i an ipmi. fine farm and
! stork ranch; 125 acre In cultivation; fine
Improvement; ngnt at renroan, u-.
In Fremont county; water rights; all md
of machinery for farm. Including 13 head
of borne. 2 cows. 5-aere orchard, full neur-
Ing. Price $lb.(0; $2.6oO caan, balance (food
terms. Kotlenfteld ft Howard, Canon City.
FOR SALE 160 acres nine milea from
Morrison. 12 acre under cultivation; over
100 acre of timber and 40 of pasture; price
Include heavy crop of growing rye. Imp
menta, 3C0 bushels Colo. 37 seed oats, 100
bushels seed rye. cattle, t-room house
bains, granary, etc.; price $3,700 or will
sell land at $12 60 per acre. B. fc. Butler,
Mt. Morrison. Cole.
In Nile Irrigation district; small house and
barn, water next year; $26 per acre. Ad-
dra it. F. Beler. Fort Collins. Colo.
RANCHES of all kinds for sale, from 10
am a tin t. Root), at the best bargalans of
any land offered In Colorado. Write or
call on The Rellly-Rex ileal Estate Co.,
A Little Every
will surely bring ou good returns on your
We Have For Sale
some of the best level, rich land in the
San Joaquin Valley
lorated betwren Los Angeles and San
Francisco, close to town and railroads, that
we are offering In
on term of $7.i cash and the balance $10 a
month. Send for booklet.
HASTINGS & IIEYDEN,
1614 Harney St.
FOR SALE Calltornla If you are look
ing for an elegant house, with good Income,
and a chicken ranch suits you, here It Is; 5
minute walk from two churches, school,
postofflce and stores; one mile from steam
line depot, I1 miles from electric line;
and all for only $6,000. Write owner, H. K.
Babb. Cotatl, Cal.
RIVERSIDE, Alberta's finest stock farm
of 1.000 acres. Is for sale at a snap. For
particulars of this and other farm lands
write to the owner, W. J. McNamara,
Wesasklwln, Alberta. Canada.
FOR SALE 8,000-aere, personally selected
colonization tract near Arcandla. Fla.
Nothing better in the atate. Citrus and
trucking lands. $4 per acre. Favorable
terms. Dlxon-Burgess Co., Waterloo, la.
FOR SALE 16,000-acre tract In Central
Arkansas, on two trunk lines of R. It.,
Including townsite and 30 buildings, and
26,000 acres in south Missouri Ozarks. 2
miles of FrlKca R. R. ; fine colonization
tracts; $5 an acre for eitlter; on easy terms.
Send for full particulars today to F. 11.
Pelts. 519 Reliance Bldg-. Kansas City, Mo.
FOR SALE One section, 640 acres. $5
per acre; 100 mile Si. Louis; Pulaski
county. Mo.; good land; on river; fine tim
ber; terms, $30u down, $1)00 year. Address W.
B. Williams, Mt. Vernon, 111.
FOR SALE 160-acre nicely situated, well
drained corner farm; house and barn;
northwest of Kingsville, Johnson county.
Mo,. 46 miles from Kansas City; $60 an
acre; easy terms. Address Box 146, Syca
FOR SALE Ir. Camden county, Missouri,
old soldiers, railroad men, Isboiinc men
and others wanting to purchase land on
monthly or quarterly payments, address A.
R. Jackson, Climax Springs, Mo.
CASS county poultry farms, 40, S5. 15, 7,
6. 3-acre tracts; some well Improved; clone
to Hari'iBonvtlle; terms, from $100 to $600
rest like rent; fln 100 aorea corn, alfalfa
anu riovera lnna; a-room nouse; Darn; or
chard; 1 mile of town; $8,500; carry loan
J6.0UU. Jamea Patrick, owner, Harrison
28 ACRES, between Raytown and Leeds,
on rock road. All In blue grass; price,
$?00 per acre. John W. Luttrell, Independ
1,300 RICHEST corn acres on earth; lays
perfect; finely improved; twelve miles
from Des Moines; 100 bushels per acre every
year, $125 per acre. Terms. J. F. Snoke,
Des Moines. Iowa.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 160 acres, well
Improved, good soil, 3V miles from New
market, la.; for cash or trade; equity $12,000
on dry goods or groceries. Price $126 per
acre. E. 11. Landers, Shenandoah, la.
POSSESSION-S0-acre farm, well Im
proved; rich soil; 55 acres In cultivation,
near good town in southeast Kansas; price
2.mw. Address owner, D. R. Finley, Caney,
SOME choice bottom farms for sale
246 acre, 12 mile touth of Ylchltn. on tha
Cowskln, Just hits corner of pasture; no
waste land; two sets of Improvements; good
house of 10 rooma: cold and hot water in
house: hath, closets: bam. cribs and other
: buildings; oad orchard: one 80 hog tight;
5-room house, barn, granaries, other build
lng; this choice 2(6-acre farm can be
bought for $20,.Vi0 If sold by June 1. 320
ncre. 2 mile west of Peck. Kan.: cnolce
bottom land; good 9-room house, barn, other
buildings; $W,:i00. !20 acres. 2 miles from
Clearwater. Kan.; one of the best half aec
tiona In the vallev; price ;.X,000 for 30
days. H. C. Ciimmings, Clearwater. Kan.
80 ACRES nice, level, black land; house,
barn; v.eii watered; l mile rrorn school; a
bargain; price $2,250 cash. 160 acres in cul-
uvuon; no improvements; gooa Diacic
land; $.17.50 pr acre; half cash, balance 6
year. 6 per cent: we Dav 1 a II road tare to
I all purchasers; write for list. Southeast
naiiaaa j.,anu 10., uennis, wan.
EIGHTY acres, well Improved by the old
man. fine orchard, good timber, aoll sandy
loam, clay subsoil bottom: 35 acre cultl -
vated: balance timber, pasture and meadow.
One farm team, 13 head cattle, farm ma
chinery. Price. $4,600; $2,000 down, balance
on long time. This beautiful home must be
sold. Summer homes, fine lake frontage,
dairy farms, stock farms. Write me your
ants. A. W. Simmons, Forest Lake,
Washington County, Minn.
vLARGE frame hotel all complete
and running. Faulkton, 8. D , $7,000.
uo-acre farm, close to Swanvlll, Minn.,
finn buildings. JJ.5US.
l'iu acres, partly Improved, fair buildings,
Gjuntsburg, Wis., $2,000.
room modern frame dwelling. $ lota,
Minneapolis, Minn., $3,100; many other bar
gains, too numerous to list. Write ua.
CANUTE OLSON R. E. CO.
223 Andrews Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
FOR SALE Ranch In northwest Ne
braska; a rteat bargain. Phil Htimmel, 300
DeGraw Bdg.. Kansas City, Mo.
45 BUSHEIS WHEAT LAND,
$25 PER ACRE.
We own and control 30.000 acree of Chey
enne county. Nebraska's choicest farm
land, now- on the market. The heaviest
croo-yleldliig county in Nebraska for ten
yeara: alfalfa also a leading crop; ask for
foldera and foil Particulars; agents wanted
everywhere; write for our preposition at
once. Railroad fares refunded if thinga not
aa represented. Fundingaiand aV Severeon.
FARM A.M) MAX H I.AMU FOII SAt.B
Nebraska Coat I a tied.
FOR SALB Seventeen hundred aorea fine
farm land in Itox Hutte county, all fenced;
ISO acre. In cultivation; new ham and 7
room house, worth over $.1.0; school house
on tha Innd; 'phone; two wella and wind
mills: 117.60 per acre, half cash, per cent
on balance; all smooth and itood aoll. Al
liance Land Co., Alliance, Neo.
CHOICE unimproved farm land. 3J0 acres
perfectly level, 11 miles northeast of O'Neill;
good blark soli; will rut over 4i0 tons of
hay annually; best of farm or alfalfa land;
stlmol house on land; price $30 an acre.
160 acre, slightly rolling, 9 miles north
east of O'Neill; good soil; cuts an abun
dance of hay, and Is every foot farm land.
Price $25 an acre.
C. M. DALY. O'Neill. Neb.
2,520 ACRES, complete ranch; dipping
vat. dehorning chute: all building in good
shape, owner making good moncv; family
wauls to move to city. Price. $:)0,0ii0. Might
take some clear city property as part pay
ment. NOWATA e.AND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red liW.I.
$3.93 PER ACRE
640 acre in central Nebraska, about one
half good cultivation land, bslance pasture
land, five and one-half mllea from railroad.
$2.4R4 cash; balance. $1,334, may run six
J. G. BONE.
31S Shugard Blk., Council Bluffs, la.
Hlllcrest, 160 acres, 14.200; oaah rent
Midway, 80 acres, beautiful home, $4.80.
Asu Grove, $20 acres. $1L200. Easy terms.
J. T. CAMPBELL,
FOR TRADE- acres of hand In Keith
Co., for cltv proprety.
C. M. BACHMANN.
436-37 Paxton Block.
FOR SALE Patented farm. aJ.tolnlng
Willard, N. M., on north and south; Ir
rigation assured for next year; Willard Is
at Junction of A., T. & S. F. and New
Mexico Central railroad; this farm will
bring from $10,000 to 115.000 Inside of five
years; owner must seek lower altitude;
price very reasonable. John T. Kelly, Wil
lard, N. M.
440 acres pasture land, good oil pros
pects; $7.60 acre; in fee. John T. Blair &.
Co., Tulsa Okl.
RANCH FOR SALE
For sale Ul.ituo-arre ranch, S. W. Texas;
hi agricultural, balance graatng; all fenced,
8t,000 aores wolf proof fence; several ranch
houses; stock water: price $5.25 per acre;
this price Includes 17,000 sheep, 4,500 cattle,
800 horses; a genuine business proportion,
a bargain; value of stock will advance
with the season; takea prompt action at
this price. Jacob Bozarth, Okmulgee, Okl.
FOR SALE 320 acres of good, level lnnd
at $26.00 per acre, on reasonable terms.
Address Box 15 Plghmore, S. D.
FOR SALE 320-sere improved farm,
Brookings Co., 8. D., only five miles from
city of Brookings. Price, $o6.00 per aero.
A snap. Write for full particulars. Lock
Box 447, Estelline, S. D.
TEXAS SCHOOL LANDS Over 1.000.000
acres for sale by the state. You can buy
640 acres et $2 an acre, pay $32 cash, bal
ance after 40 years; fine farming and fruit
land and healthy climate. For further
information aend to postage. Investor Pub.
Co., Dept. B, San Antonio, Texas.
100 ACRES of good land, $1,600; Investi
gate this bargain; $500 cash, balance eany
terms; must sell at a sacrifice. Box 333,
CHEAP FARM LANDS.
In western Nebraska and Colorado. Writ
NEBRASKA LAlfD COMPANT.
DO TOU WANT TO SELL PART OF
Write a description of It, buildings,
water, near what town. Make 70 worda of
it all and send It- to The Omaha Bee with
72 cents for each Insertion. People In Ne
braska have money and want land. They
look to The Omaha Bee for real estate cf
tarings. And they get them ,in The Bee.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
GARVIN BROS., Sd floor N. Y. Life. $500
to $100,000 on improved property. No delay.
WANTED City loana ana warrant. W.
Farnain Smith & Co.. 1220 Farnam St.
SW0 to t&.ttW on home In Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co.. 1001 N. Y. Life. Douglas
WANTED City loana. Peiers Trust Co.
The United Statea circuit court has au
thorized me to Issue $210,000 of receiver's
certificates bearing 6 per cent secured by a
first lien on property worth $1,000.0000. I am
offering a limited number In denomina
tions of $100, $500 and $1,000 to net the pur
chaser 8Hi per cent.
LYSL.E I. ABBOTT. RECEIVER,
Telephone A 1324. 40$ Ware Block, Omaha.
$100 to $10,000 mad promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wead Bldg.. 15th and Farnam.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to loan oa
Omaha business property.
Room 1. New York Life Bidg.
LOANS to Dome owners and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
W. H. THOMAS.
01 First National Bank Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
LOWEST RATES Bemla Brandela Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
I WANT Information about a good grain
or stock farm for sale. I know of over i nnn
buyers, willing to pay your price. I can tell
you how to find them. Write me about It
and let's se if we can close up a deal. Ad
dre at once, Arthur Capper, Dept. 25,
TVE HAVE BUYEKS FOU
f. I and 7-room houses. If prices are right
we can aell your property for you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO,
Suite 124 N. Y. Life Bldg
BUSINESS BLOCK, PAYING $2,400
1 per year. Corner, S-story with basement.
1 Price $JO.0O0. Will take half value In good
land, balance on low rate of Interest.
i NOWATA LAND AND U)T COMPANY.
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red U9.
BUSINESS corner lot on 16th St. clear
and some caah to trade for house and
large grounds. Don't care iiow far out,
but must be close to car.
156 acres highly Improved, all In culti
vation. $100 per acre Clear; trade for in
come property and assume reasonable
NOWATA LAND A LOT CO...
Suite 24 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red IK.
QUARTER aectlon of Holt county raw
land for stock of clothing and furnishing
gooda. Address V 337, care of Bee.
You Want a farm
the ether fellow wants city property er
stork ( gooda We want tne commlssloa,
end u full description la first letter as
e will you a trad.
NOWATA LAND A LOT CO..
gull (M N. T Life bids Bad 1Mb.
$2,000 CASH and clear lot worth about
$M. Want good rental property.
NOWATA LAND AND l.oT COMPANY.
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 19.
FOR EXCHANE-$3.500 Lincoln house,
9 rooms for stock of clothing and fur
nishing goods. Address Y 338, care of Bee.
Martin Rubin, Rra. 1 old U. 8, Ba. Bldg.
a. A. LINQUEBT CO.. Kit PAXTON BLK.
MAX MORKI8. Mt BROWN BLOCK.
V. TAUCHEN. Kru Theater Bldg.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED to buy about 100-acre farm In
eastern Nebraska or western Iowa. Give
location, description and term. Address
N 564, Bee.
BEST PRICJB paid for aecond-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothing and shoes. 'Phone
HIGHEST prices paid for scrap metals
and rubbers. A. B. Alplrn. Omaha, Neb.
KEISER pay beat for furniture, etc.
Antique furniture cheap. 1020 Center. D. tL
WANTED 6,000 feather beds. Write or
'phone D. 1C60. Metropolitan Feather Co.
103 N. 20th.
WANTED TO BUY
5 OR 6-ROOM HOUSE TO MOVE
Will move at once.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
624, New York Life Bldg. Red lie.
1 Horses and Mules.
We wish to purchase several servloeably
sound, good work teams; will pay top
prices. Apply at 903 New York Lite Bldg.,
WANTED. TO BUY-Secpnd-hand aoda
fountain. Call at 131$ Douglas St.
WANTED TO RENT
We Are Getting Numerous Call
For Houses of All Sizes. List With Ua
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
B4 N. Y. Ufa Bldg. Phone Red 19a
WANTED Board and room In private
illy by couple; husband travels most .of
time; excellent references. Address L
A FIRST-CLAPS steward chef, colored,
a tnorotigli caterer; take charge of club,
hotel, cafo or wealthy family; a good buyer
and manager and economical; good Chicago
references; understand handling help. Ad
dr8 W. T. Fuller, 2754 Lake 6t.
- LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE O SALE OF IRRIGATION DIB.
trlct bonds To ail whom it may concern;
Notice la hereby given mat the Board of
Directora oi the Kimball irrigation District
has declared ita intention to sell and will
sell the enure Issue of tne bonds of said
district heretofore authorized to be isaued
by said board and by the electors of said
uistrict, to-wit: The sunt ot Two Hundred
and Finy Thousand (JiiO.OOOJ Dollars or any
part of said issue, at the office of said
toard on the corner of Firii. aQ Chestnut
Btreets 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 Le received by tne Doaru at
Its said office for the purchase of said
bonds until the day and hour namea abovu.
at which time the said board will open
tne rjrouosaia ami awa.nl the Durchase of
the bonds to the highest responsible bidder
cr bidders, the board, however, reserving
the right to reject any and all bids. No
bonda can be sold by aaid board at less
than ninety-five ('.'6)1) per cant ot their
face value. The said bonds are payable
In from ten to twenty years a.id bear six
per cent Interest, payable semi-annually;
both Interest and principal being payable
trom assessments levied upon all the real
estate In said district. Ail bids must be
accompanied by certified check, payable to
the order of the Kimball Irrigation District
for not lees than two (2) per cent of tha
amount of the bid, said cneck 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
ihe bidder shall refuse or fall to carry out
l.ls bid. By order of the Boaid of Director.
THE KIMBALL IRRIGATION DISTRICT,
by I. S. Walker, President. Attest: Fred
It. Morgau, Secretary. ,A21d 21 1
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE IS
hereby 11 that sealed proposals ror
rnlshing an addition to xne
house In accordance with
i- atlona to be furnished by
. nation will be received by
ucatlon of School District
county, Nebraska, at the
A. Walker In the town of
"ka, on or before May 15.
muft be accompanied by a
(or $500. The board reserves
.elect any or all bids. The
Dlans and specifications are now on file in
the office of said Harry A. Walker, where
they may be inspected. Harry A. Walker,
NOTICE TO PLUMBERS.
Sealed proposal will be received by the
School Board of Shelby, Neb., May 25, for
furnishing all material and labor neces
sary and putting In a steam heating plant
In 'their new school building. Plans and
specification may be aeen at Mr. John
Latenser's office, architect. Omaha, Neh.,
or at the School Board. CHARLES KRUM
BACH, Secretary. M7d3t
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
quartermaster, Cheyenne, Wyoming, May
3, 1910. Sealed proposals in triplicate, will
be received at thla office until 9:30 a. m..
Mountain Time, Monday, May 23, 1910, at
which time they will be opened In public,
for the conatructlon, plumbing, wiring for
electric motors and lights, electric fixtures,
furnishing and installation of laundry ma
chinery and equipment, boiler, feed pump,
etc., for one U) Laundry, Plana No. 234-B,
Fort D. A. Russell, Wyoming. Plans and
specifications for the Inspection of bidders
are on file in this office, also the offices
of the chief Quartermaster, Department of
the Lakes, Chicago. Illinois; Chief Quarter
master, Department of the Missouri,
Omaha, Nebraska; Chief Quartermaster,
Department of the Colorado, Denver, Colo
rado, and the Secretary of the Builders
Exchange, 8t. Paul, Minnesota. Proposal
blanks and General Instructions to Blddera
may be had upon application to thla office.
Th. iinvernmenr reserve the right to re-
I Ject or accept any or all bids or any part
I thereor. r.nveiope communis iiijwh
! should be. indorsed "Proposala for Laundry,
I c-A 11 a nuaanit Wvnmlnn. tn be otened
! May 23." 1910." and addressed to V. K. Hart,
Captain l .th Infantry, Acting yuaner-
aster. United Sattes Army, In charge of
Construction, Room 3, Keefe Han, t ney
enne. Wyoming. M5-6-7-9-20-21
Office. Fort Des Molne. la.. May 3. 1910
Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will b re
ceived here until 3 p. m., standard time,
June 3. 1910. and then opend for the in
stallation of a Steam Heating Plant in the
Hospital at Fort De Moines, la. Blank
r.a nlan. Rneclf icat ion and full infor
mation obtained at live office. A depos.t
of $1 required for each et of plana. En
...lonu cnntalnlna crooosals should be In
dorsed "Proprtsals for Steam Heating Plant
i". iinsnltal" and addressed Con-
structlng Quartermaster, Fort Des Moines.
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Res! estate transfer for Mnv 6. '"I0-
furnished hv the Midland Guarantee find
Trust company, bonde.1 abstractor, 1.14 J-ar-
nam strert. Telephone Douglas 2-"i:
K. R. Hume and wife to M. Edward,
lot 13. block 4 Crolghton HlKhl. ..4 1
M. W. Richmond to .1. Valentine and
wife, lot . block 4. Crelghion Heights . 1
A. Hickman and wife to L. M. Parsley,
pHrt lot 4. block 123 2 -00
C. Anderson and wife to John Ntuhl,
part lot 1, block 2. Onkdalc 3,iO
N. J. Hlldlng and wife to F. Strom
berg, lot 22. block 14. Bedford Place. 37.
South Omaha Investment Co. to Peter
O'Mallcv. lot 3. block 134. McGavock
Peter OMallev to Rlchnril O'Keeffo.. 10
A. McGavoch to Richard (VK'-effe.
lots 21 and 23, McGavock O Kcef to 200
John D. Wear to C. llenrlcksen, lot
17, block 4. Ambler Mac 101
P. N. Winter and wife to C. llen
rlcksen. lot 16, Mock 4. Ambler
John (. No and wife to W. T. De-n-ney,
part of section 34-1'i-i:! 1.12."
M. Tracy to K. H. Brown. lot 9.
block . Begley Park 2
The N. R. E and Tr. Co to Stefan
Spell and wife, part of lot 1. block
1, Kouiitzo's Mh add
C. L. Behm and husband to Adopli
Mlchka, part lots 12 nud 13, block 12,
Konnlze M 2.00
Reserve Realty Co. to II. S. Mnson.
lots 17 and IS. block 16. Hitchcock
A. A. Palm and wife to F. W. Ebener,
Jr., lot 14. block 2. Sheridan Place ... 500
Ed A. Kelhy and wife et Ml. to Wil
liam P. Kelhy. part lot 10. block 20.
Hanscom Place 2.300
F. J. Thomaa and husband to H. A.
Techev. -lots, 22 and 23, Harlem Lane. 30
L. R. Menu et al. to H. A. Techey,
Hasting & Heyden to Z. M. Green,
lot 26 and 27, Renlat of block I.
("at til pa. Place 20
Elizabeth Kountze Real Estate Co. to
K. Itenck and Florence Henck. lot
21. Forest Hill Park 1.250
A. Stratniann and husband to B. A.
Shurtleff, lota 9 mid 10, Humboldt
F. A. Furay, county treasurer, to Con
tinental Truat Co., lot 1. block 4,
M. M. Beck to N. B. Mcintosh, lot
24 block 17. Halcyon. Height 3.3.V)
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Oregon Express 4:00 p. m. 6:30 p. m.
Or-gon-Waali. Ltd 12:40 p. m. 8:40 p. m.
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Colorado Special 11:48 p. m. 7:43 a. m.
Colorado Express .... 2.50 p. m. 8 00 p. m.
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Minn. Dakota Ex. ...a 7:00 pm a 9:15 am
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Norfolk-Boneatee'i a 7:50 am al0:4j pm
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Chicago-Eastern Exp...a 4i40 pm a 1:1a pm
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for Lincoln a 8:25 am a 5:47 pm
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Chlcaco Great Western
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, 1 -
It is hard to tell where Insurgency be
gin and where It ends. Over In the United
States senate the little hand of Insurgents
who are following Cummins, La Follette
ft Co. are a consistent lot. Not to In the
Not long ago, it may be remembered,
there wa a fight In the house to deprive
Speaker Cannon of his membership on the
rules committee. On that occasion Repre
sentative A. J. Gardner of Maitsachusett
left a sick bed to go to the house 10 Join
the Insurgents in their record breaking long
distance session. Gardner has r weak heart
and he has been known to risk hi health
on mote than one occasion for a cause In
which he was Interested.
When Massachusetts was fighting to de
termine whether It would send to the na
tional convention a delegation plodged to
Taft or an uninatructed one. Gardener
Jumped Into the fight agmlnst his distin
guished father-ln-law, Henry Cabot Iodge,
and Insisted on and won a Taft delegation.
At that time his physicians told him he
might bn carried out of the convention hall
on a shutter. That did not bother Gardner.
He bad a fight on hand.
When the Insurgents unexpectedly
launched their fight on the rule Gardner
was In bed. He went to the Capitol and
he remained there for nearly forty-eight
hours. He paid for the exertion by remain
ing In bed until well, Gardner heard that
the - admla-lstratlon railroad bill was In
danger. Disregarding his do-tor's orders,
he went to the capltol. He shook hands with
th Insurgents all round and then proceeded
to vote -with the regulars all day. Gardner,
It must be known, only Insurgee when the
rules are under discussion. He hobbled
around like an aged cripple. From the
house he went to Johas Hopkins University
Brightside and His
BY LAFAYETTE PARKS.
"Here's a man that tried to get a di
vorce because his wife never had his din
ner ready on time," begins Brlghtslde, the
household pride sauntering In to render
the usual anvil solo.
"A skirt that's slow In coming across
with the eats doesn't deserve a husband,"
growls Son, feeling for a match.
"Well, the judge didn't give a decree to
him on that ground," comments Father.
"That gink either has dyspepsia or his
block Is solid Ivory to say nix on a deal
like that," protests Son. "When It gets
so the dames can hand out the grub when
ever they get good and ready what rights
will us men have left 7 The hook for a
Judge like that, says your little Willie."
"I don't believe there are very many
women who are late with their meals,"
Brlghtslde declares, coming to the rescue
of the fair sex with his wonted enthu
"It all depends on how a chap starts
out with 'em," Son asserts, as though he
had trained many a mate to the marital
harness. "The first time a meal Is late
If hubby growls and shows his teeth the
chances are she won't try to sting him
again. You've got to throw a scare Into
'em," he adds conclusively.
'While I am a champion of system, be
lieving It should reign in the home as
well as In th office, there must b9 times
when a wife's daily program may be In
terrupted," protests Father.
"If I were head of the house she'd have
to change her program then," Son an
nounces. "These hangover suppers of
canned aalmon and cold potatoes get my
goat. They spread the near-food out on a
fancy platter, sprinkle a bunch of spinach
on It, call It a la francalse and bring It
on quick, thinking they can get away
"Some of tl.e cold dishes women prepare
are real tasty," argues Father. "A thrifty
housewife can make left-over food most
"The married gazabo that will fill up
on a frost-bitten layout of Junk line that
deserves to be henpecked," Son asserts.
"It little wlfle once finds she can sidestep
the full-course dinner you can bet a $2
hat she'll be found rubbering in the de
partment store show windows near 0
"Sklnby played a good one on
Milltonbucka, the jeweler"
"Bought an enpagemcnt ring on
the strength of the girl's name, and
then forgot to propo.
J- r kln d Mucc.fh a T4HT- honors
hospital. In Baltimore. He fights and lets
the doctor look out for him afterward.
"All tip!" It Is the voice of Champ
Clark, minority leader of the houe.
"Sit Mill!" Again It Is the voice of th
big Mlourian. who I as certain that he
is going to be the next speaker of the house
an the Inaurgent are certain that "i'nclo
Joe" Cannon I an undesirable poison
Talk about democratic harmony. There
never was so much harmony In the wor'.d
as that now being displayed by the demo
cratic member of the house, with the vivid
picture of a democratic house ever be
fore their eye and a desire to do the bid
ing of their leader In order that there
may be no cause for handling out poor
committee chairmanship in the Sixty
"We have heard a lot of talk about
Champ Clark and hi Inability to lead hi
men," declared a prominent democrat to
duy. "The fact of the matter Is that
Champ never had a chance to lead until
qulto recently. It I a fine thing to lead
when your leader la leading you some
where, but when you have been a minority
party for so many long, weary year the
leader gets tired of leading and the fol
lowers Ret tired of being led. Now things
are different. We are on the high road to
"Thanks to the Insurgents, we have been
able to put a few things over the plate at
this session, and, Instead of being hope
less every time we vote, there is now th
delightful uncertainly and a olosemess
about the votes which Is faolnating. Hence,
when a division la called for and Champ
Clark gives the order "All up,' we Jump
to our feet as though we were on a spring
released by Champ. Confidentially there
many not be the same unanimity of opinion
after Champ has passed out the chairman
ships and disappointed a few hopefuls."
"Sidestepping W 1 f i e a
Canned (Suppers," Their
Latest Tabloid Sketch.
TNGCVWTY TO Ta THESE
o'clock afternoons Instead of staying la
her flat Juggling pots and pans ever th
In these days of high prices It Is a clevee
woman who can use up th odds and ends
of food that must accumulate In every
home," Is Father's belief.
"Let her feed 'em to Fldo," suggests Son.
"Not being a hi man sausage machine, I
bar the grocery store bric-a-brac. Soma
skirts will spill a can of tomatoes over m
bunch of bacon rinds, stir In a slab of
stale bread, label the combination 'pigeon
foot potpte,' and coax hubby to put it
behind his belt. That's the kind of a
dame who usually lands In the suffragett
army," scornfully raps Son.
"It takes considerable ingenuity to da
those things," Is Father's praise for the
"Queenb with all that class are siire too
good to hold down a regular Job as chief
grub artist In a Harlem flat," retorts
Son. "They ought to work in oh assistants
to Prof. Smootho, vaudevilles popular
prince of lugglers, who tukes live rabbits
out of hla hat and scrambles omelettes on
his shirt front without Die aid of cold
storage hen fruit."
"Are city huNbamls always at home
promptly on the dinner hour?" queries
Father, with a sudilen Inspiration of Jus
tice to the condemned Kcnller sex.
"When hubby has the price of a real
feed In his JeaiiH ntul he gets a hunch th
missus is due to hand him the Icy eats,
It's up to him to beat It for his favorite
restaurant." admit Son. "Cruel words
may sting when he does land home, but
never so deep as having to pry open a
bunch of canned goods and eating a hand
out on the kitchen table."
(Copyright, l'JIO, by N. Y. Herald Co.)
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prescribe tn time they will find that car- A
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Sinle hacks a bridge whist cluli
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Stays home and leads in simp: Ufa
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