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C1TV fllUI'EHTY I' Oil IALE.
IJKMIS VAUK HOMES
Will handle -ronm cottage, all modern,
on paved street, handy to car, paving paid
In lull, Immediate possession, pi u p reduced
tO J,r,."l. 'CHUKf It' K'K to Ki ll this w ek.
SMi LA FAYETTE AVE.
Now cffered for mile fur fnt time; very
neat, modern hom"; 6 rooms and hall;
pl.nty of closet room; limit for a home,
and It'll good; excellent view; rinht. nandy
to rar; what mote do you want.' i'tlee Is
$4,uo0, and term are reasonable.
Clot One of the newest, up-to-date bunga
lows In hfsl part of liuridce; Jusi finished;
now ready for inspection; li very good
rooms; 6 bedrooms and plenty of Closit
loom; has larne living room, with fire
place; hardwood flnlsn, beamed ceilings,
lul. cement hHRement; is handy to car;
complete for $4.Mi0; H.OoO cash will handle.
GLOVER REALTY SYNDICATE,
Itoom.- a," N. Y. Life. Doug. J3.
KENTElfS AND 1NVESTOKS
I'ay M to m cash and 15 to $-' pet
month on a home or Investment property
and the rent saved or produced will noon
pay the purchase price. See un promptly
about the following:
s-mom, part modem, clone In. $2,300.
Id-room, name, paved sts. 4! ft lot, $'J,400.
a-room, same, on car Hue, 46 ft. lot, $J,600.
ii-room, same small cash pmyt., 1 1 , n0.
6-room,, same, lot 41x:), l'.hw.
These places are all In llrst class con
dition and rented to good advantaKe.
HUSSKLL & McKITHICK CO.,
4.2 UatiiKe HIdg. l.Mh and Harney.
REAL ESTATE i
'AIOI AMI llt.MM I.A.Ml roit BALE
CHOK'K relinquishment on Crow creek,
near new town of Hllggwdiile; I'M a res.
f ii. est soil, smooth luno. )4U am ia.1y
t rutii; d.-td. d land adjoining b Id at $.i
to $ti an hcih; retlii'iu-stimeiiis same Kl.id
land In I'llJolnlng section sold riciitly at
$10 acre; puhsliile to lit. Mate; to sell before
May 2.1, olfet nt $t:.0. invii'T leaving Colo
rado. VV. W. Lorimrr, (Jrover, Colo.
BL'Y FROM OWNER AND
New 6-room, lH-story cottage and ground
80x130. Una parlor, dining room, bedroom
and closet, kitchen with pump and sink,
large pantry, first floor; and two bedrooms
with large closets on second floor; good
cellar; high and sightly; ti blocks to car.
You can raise chickens and all your vege
tables on this ground besides all your own
fruit. Terms, $jo0 cash, $a per month.
New 5-room cottage, modern except heat;
lot tMxliJO, east front; bearing fruit trees; t
blocks to car. Built of best material and
best of workmanship. Has vestibule, parior,
large dining room, with bay; kitchen, with
hot and cold water and nice sink; two bed
rooms with large rttosets and all rooms have
double floors. There Is a colonnade between
parlor and dining room. Klegant bath room
fixtures. Mission electric light fixtures.
Large pantry In rear; polished floors; wide
front porch; large cemented cellar. If you
are looking for something that Is very nice
and up-to-date in every particular, look at
this one, Terms, $300 cash, 125 per month.
Near Deer 'It, ill, Colo., in the heart of
the rain belt, shallow water, fine soil. Also
deeded lands, town lo'.s. Deer Trail la the
coining towr, ot Colorado. .V, nibs i ait of
Denver, tanning land In tnls v.ciniiy pro
duces better crops than JiiO to lw lands
in the east, its up to you. Write us
today, ask iu stions. the iKer Trad Kealty
Co., Deer '11 all, Colo.
JUPITER GARDENS, FLORIDA.
Land near 1'nlln Uracil, Kia., that will
produce in actual profit toe fust year over
twice Its cost, 40 an acre (a dollar an acre
down and t dollar an acre per month).
Immediate possession given on fust pay
ment. You may piunt your crop Oct. I,
1HI0. Crops farmed winti r und suinm-'i-.
Free Insi ructions by expert farmer. First
ytar'B profit Irotn IOu to $.00 per acre.
W U i ..: H T RANSPOK i'A'1 iO in .
A shell road from your door to Enst Cnant
railway station, u miles ilistant. in4trs
transportation easy; ulso water transput-. a
titn. Hut times from Atlantic ocean
and glut stream; but 1? link's north oi
Palm l.eacn America s greatest winter re
sort; but US to 5 hours oy Iruit express
from the bignest tuarkets in the United
States. Jupiter Uaruens positively are situ
ated BELOW THE FROST LINK.
Climate healthful; morlullty rale hulf
that of largo cities. Lamia dry and drained
at ell seasons. Schools, chui'cnes, near
neighbors and pleasant surroundings. Certi
fied abstract furnished purchasers showing
good title free from all Incumbrances.
Company absolutely responsible. Write to.
literature at once. THE JCl'ITEU l.AND
Co. Lands near Jupiter, Flu. General ul flues
MercHimle Library lildg., Cincinnati, o. ;
Floridu offices, Jupiter, j-'la.
l-'AltM AM) lf li I. AM) FOH !1F.
C ont.nueil )
VACANT school lands jet on the plains
of lun for seltlers. goid land, good
water, in a co-intry that imisis coin anil
hugs; fee W.I a section, hall down, baluuce
whn settler Is en Innu. Aildivss i. W.
Hague, Silgo, 'J ex.
County commlsslonei s of Marlon county
have Issued an orficiul booklet of con
servative information which will be Bent
free to all. Address M. M. Proctor. Countv
Commissioner, 1'edro, Marion Countv. Fla.
IV YOIT Uunl f lrti.ti.' all cili,,,, ap.v.
lands in soijthern stub s, tlie drainage of
the everglades, of Florida, fruit and truck
iikis ot Alabama and Mississippi, gulf
ast, Texas and reclamation ol the oit-
rful fertile alluvial lands ot Louisiana
send 2n cents for one veur's suoscriutlim
Gulf Slates Farmer, New Oilcans.
Six-room atrlctly modern 1V4 story cot
tage; hot water heat; oak finish and maple
floors; colonnade between hall and parlor;
cement walks; terraced lawn; chicken
house- and run; wide east and south porch;
lVfe blocks to car, cement walka all the way;
high and nightly. In the fine residence part
of Henson. Price reduced from H.00O to
effect quick sale. Terms very reasonable.
W. E. YAHTON,
228 SOUTH ORPHANAGE AVE., BENSON.
PHONE BENSON 5S1.
Northwst Corner Thirty-seventh and
Mason streets, room to build three houses;
paved street, cement walk. Price, 12,600.
PAYNE, BOSTWICK & SLATER,
Sixth Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
For The Land's Sake
Here are three lots, all kinds of trun,
shade, gardening, small barn, chicken
house, besides a good, 7-room dwelling,
with city water ana electric light; In good
repair, three and one-half blocks from Har
ney car line; price, S2,2uO; $l,uu0 cash, bal
ance monthly; Just like rent; house vacant;
ready to move In.
PAYNE, BOSTWICK & SLATER,
Sixth Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
Mode,i lu-iwu,.i nout.., ju.ti vo.t.p.eted, on
the llnest rvsiuuiice sireei m u tsi ai nam
ulstrict. Owing to clunge of business, ne
cessitating owner's ausence irom city, can
offer this home tor quick sale,
HICKS REAL ESTATE CO., 219 Bd. Trade.
LOT, 66x112, small house. 2Sth Ave. and
FOR SALE BY OWNER.
NKAJt 24TH AND FOK'f STS.
2-story square house, new, t rooms and
bath, large living room with fireplace and
beamed ceiling; oak linlili down and yellow
pine up; an oag ikhus; stiow-r bath,
ucreens, large porch screened In; corner lot,
cement wains and basement; furnace;
klicnen cabinet built In; strictly first-class:
must cell before June 1. Call for further
iwuoulars. C. 11. Ktmlngioii. Douglas
DO YOU WANT TO SELL PART OV
Write a description of It. building.
water, near wnat town. Make 70 words of
It all and send U to The Omaha Bee wltn
72 cents for eucn Insertion. People In Ne
braska have money and want land. They
loon to 'in Gniaua bee fur rtai estate oi
lerings. And tuny ei them lu Tue Ua.
FAUX AND HAKC11 LA.M) FOR 8AI.E
THREE thousand four hundred and
eighty-five acres of land located in the
famous St. Francis valley, along the Si
Fiancla river, lu Butler county, Mo., and
Clay county, Ark. Timber estimated as
Cypress, 6.000,000; red gum, 6,000,000; Oak
(65 per cent white), 6.00.w0; elm, ash, etc.,
l.UOO.OUO; hickory, l,0U0,0o0; Tupelo guin, 4,uuo,
0U0. Will sell any or part ot timber witiiout
Eighty million three hundred and elglitv-
three thousand feet virgin timber, well
located; estimated as follows:
White oak, ti.TOT.lM); red oak, 3.353,000;
white, ash, 20,121,000; cypress, 20,l21,uuu; red
gum, 10.0U0.0ou; cottonwood, 15,tc:o,2o0; other
kinds, 6,03u,&0. On both railway and water
We sell farm and timber lands. Write
lor price list today.
Barron-Lily Land & Development Co.,
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. MoNaniara,
esasktwtn. Alberta. Canada.
FLORIDA LANDS 100.000 acres fine
southern Florida lands for sale at a bar
gain. George T. Hedges is Co., Cedar Rap
FLORIDA LANDS Ask about our south
ern Florida lands; now is the lime to buy.
tsen i. xanner, cedur Itapids. la.
FOR SALE Florida's frostless belt; 1.000
acres dry vegetable land, richest marl
soil; earliest trucjtlng section; ,000 this
winter on it) acres tomatoes; near Miami;
guarantee to rent every 'acre lor fla per
year. G. L. Miller, Box 685, Miami Fla.
FOR BALE-How Is this? A lot DOxlW
freet in a progressive city and 40 acres
farming land all lor 1200; on terms of $10
cash, $10 monthly witiiout Interest. Address
F. L. Thomas, 13260 Hiver road, Columbus,
S5.000 BUYS 40-acre Illinois fruit farm:
B.0O0 apple, peach and pear trees in full
bearing; tine house, beautitui maple grove;
joins railroad town. J. T. Bradley, Alma,
FOR SALE 10, 20, 30, 40 and 80-acre
farms; well improved, to miles from Chi
cago. Frank L. Faiey, Valparaiso, Ind.
15 ACltEh $1,000.
About one mile trom street car line,
Council Biuffs, about one-half good garden
and fruit land, balance pasture, excellent
road to city, nice building sue on east end
of place, protected on north and west by
hills, no buildings. This Is a cheap place,
$250 cash will handle it. .
11. G. M'GEE REAL ESTATE CO.
14 Pearl tit., Council Bluffs.
IOWA LANDS, HOWARD COUNTY,
320 acres within a mlie of station, 5H
miles from county seat, a very well im
proved half and good land, price, $75 per
acre, eay terms.
320 acres, tour miles from a good town,
all good land, fine grove, fine buildings,
splendid water, good black loam with
clay sub-soil. Price, $,0 per acre.
240 acres; very fine farm, good Improve
ments, good arove, good oi chard, price
$6ii per acre.
240 acres, one mile from station, some
small Improvements, good land, a snap
at $o0 per acre.
For further Information, write,
ED. M. HUNT.
Fourth and Pierce Sis. Sioux City, la.
STOCK and grain faim for sale, consist
ing of 374 acies, with good improvements,
located halt mile of good town; price, $Ni
per acre. Address Lock Box 06, Itedficld,
FOR SALE Farms In the garden spot of
Maryland, Harford county; several fine
stock and gram farms, JUO to 500 acres;
good buildings, water, fences, fruit, roads,
M-liools, chuiches, neighbors, railroads and
health. Write for prices, particulars and
terms. Harford Real Estate Afjency, Bel
FOR SALE 1,200 acres, well fenced, set
In grass, stocked with game; good springs,
good pasture, tine shade, walnut, niul
beny, white oak, hickory, elm; n"ar navl
gubla river and large creek; good fishing
i nd hunting, other lands lu largo or smnii
tracts. Correspondence invited. W. a Pope,
Jelferson City, Mo.
FOR SALE By owner, Canada wheat
lands. Thirteen farms In 100 and 240-acre
lots, ready to break and seed. Near Win
nipeg, id an.; best market; first crop pays
for tiie laud; all near railroads. Must sell
quick to hold contract. Write Hernial)
Kiel v Hie. Pella. lo.
A BARGAIN Form of 113 80-100 acres of
good sandy loam land, 40 acres of orchard
in S of mile of railroad station. Situated
In Solano County, California; good well
of water, with farming Implements. Price
$,000. Addiess Box 511. Dixon. Cal.
FOR SALE Montana land; 5.2S2 acressTx
miles from Lavlna and six miles from
Broadview, and one nulo from the state ex
periiiiental station; 85 per cent tillable: will
sell for $14.50 per acre. W. O. Bock, New
Atom. J a.
1'OH SALE--l.i.0K) acus south Texas, .VOi
aens In high siate -t cultivation, a. I undi r
fence. n Houses, oili- r buildings, 20 art, si m
weils. u-rlgntf taiiy ci -op.-, p.enty tain for
late ciopn; sale cheap: siinul tnsn puv
nifiit, bauince easy lime. '1 he bi-i-t proposi
tion in the state. Frank Bowks, Lubbock.
Hillcrest, 100 acres, $5,200; cash rent.
Midway, SO acres, beautiful home, $4,S00.
Ash Grove, 320 acres, $11,200; easy terms.
J. T. CAMPBELL.
ROUTT county, Colorado; bargains in
ranches and relinquishments, homesteads,
water rights, 3M u. rel., $'0; a good luo
acre ranch, plenty of water, $2.2uo. Write
me. N. A. Wright, Yampa. Colo.
LARGE slock ranch for sale at a bar
gain; no trade considered. Write or call
i. a A. Q. Putnam. Elbert. Colo.
, Ct)IX)RAI0 LANDS
Free homettteads, relinquishments of Im
proved homesteads, clurap deeded lands,
fruit and garden tracts.
55.000 acres at edge of Ienverr coming
andep Irrigation. Colorado's Irrigated land
yields $3oe to $."0u per acre. Easy payments.
Get a cheap, gofl home In sunny Colo
rado. While for literature.
oECHKTAKY. LAND HEADQUARTERS,
iiu tuwlre Bldg., Denver, Colo.
CHANCE to get a good home. 64 0er.
relinquishment, 4W) acres, partly level, im
provements cost $1.IM). This la a bargain,
fu,500. 640 acres relinquishment, ttj good
level land, bal, hills, but makes good pas
ture, $i5v. 32u acres hay land, this Is good
aim oni) iv per acre. Auuiess O. Gallagly
Johnston, Neb. '
$4,000 will buy H section of land 1 miles
south of Benkehr.an, county seat of Dundy;
tood soil, level road and close to water.
uk iiMn. jveo. owner.
DO YOU WANT TO SELL PART OF
Write a description ol u. buildings, w.ter,
near what town. Make. i0 woius of It ail
and send It to The Omaha lie" with it
tinti for each insertion. People in Ne
braska nave money and waul land. Tney
look to 1 lie Omaha Hee for real estate oi
ltiiags. And tuey get tiiem in '1 lie Bee.
CHEAP FARM LANDS.
In western rsebraska and Coioiado. Write
NEBRASKA LAND COMPANY,
CAN locale parties on desirablo Umber,
fruit, UMiicultuial and glazing lands, in
Calitortiiu, Oregon und Washington; spe
cial guvei liiuenl land list, with laws, sent
to all interested parties. West American
Land A: Timber Co., lv St., Sacra
DO YOU WANT TO SELt. PART Of
Write a description oi It, buildings,
water, near wnat lotwi. Make TO words of
It all and rend It to Tlie Omaha Bee with
'it cents for eacn insertion. 1'eopie in Ne
braska have money and want land. Tney
look, i. 'a lie Omaha Bee for real estate oi-
ferings. And they get them in Tne Bee.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
GARVIN' BROS., 3d floor N. Y. Life. $.100
to $100,000 on Improved property. No delay.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Fariiam Smith & Co., 1220 Farnaiu St.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Invcstmtnt Co.
TWO hrlsht. Intelligent young mm desire
evening work; anything; fust on snv type
writer; reporter! best of references; work
guaranteed, t) 5:2. Bee.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
t.MON 8TATI Tentk and Mason.
$100 to $10,000 mado promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., lMn und Farnam.
IVtft to 11 000 on linn-tew iii Omaha. O'iveefe
Real Kslute Co., 1003 N. Y. Life. Douia
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Brandeis Bldg.
F1VL PER CeLnT MONEY
to load on
Omaha business property.
Room 1. New York Life Bldg.
LOANS to homo owners and home build
ers, wltn privilege of making partial pay
W. 11. THOMAS,
503 First National Bank Bldg.
FIVE PER CENT BONDS for sale, In
amounts from $20 to $5,000; we cash them
any time. American sale Deposit Vaults,
16 S. 17th. Bee Bldg. '
REAL ESTATE WANTED
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WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
6, 6 and 7-room houses. If prices are light
we can sell your property tor you.
, NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 626 N. Y. Lite Blag.
The old i-euabiu la.n.i LiciUOR dealer.
N. E. Cor. 20H1 aim in Sls.-
LATEST styles, good materials and low
prices is poprttarlziug the Kyan Millinery
store, 6U iN. 2lth St., South omaha.
WEDDING presents can be purchased at
an . advantage at tue jNoveliy Store, N.
24th St., ,Sou,t.h omalia.
WEDDING . GIFTS You'll find the best
collection ot appropriate gut imiigs at our
flu re, either In jcweliy, cut giaus or silver
ware, jacobson 6l V uren Co., in in St.,
Souin Omaha. ,
l-KOUM modern home, excellent location,
for good western laud. H bis, ca.ro Hev.
100 ACRES of raw land In Wheeler
county to trade for city property.
CHltlS. BOxER, 22d ana cuimug Sts.
$20,000 HALF Interest In coal mine to ex
change for clieap wuu land. Box 324, Des
MISFIT tailored suits $35 and $40 values
at $15. See A. Kubensteiu, ZlXrt S. 14th Si..
Martin & Rubin, Km. 21 old U. S. Bk. Bldg.
NO MATTEK what occasion you want
clothes tor you get real tailor service Irom
Ed Thlel, Tlit S. lUth.
i' tT v O i iV iiitmlu i;i)mtliini7 In iini
Jli T'lV 1 x . '-vim -'t w.ia
line. We wunt you to know that our leather
got urt are just a -eprtsciiieu. Jjtri us
irove it. Alfred Cornish & Son, 1210
WANTED TO BUY
BEST PRICE paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clouiUig and shoes. 'Piioat
HIGHEST prices paid for scrap metal
and rubbers. A. B. A'phn. Omaha, Neb.
WANTED TO BUY
6 OK 6-ROOM HOUSE TO MOVE
Will move at once.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
024 New Yori. Life Bldg. Red lb).
WANTED 5,000 FEATHER BEDS. Write
cr telephone Douglus louO. METROPOLI
TAN FEATHER CO., Su3 N. 20th.
Best prk-es for BROKEN WATCHES,
Old Uold, etc, NATHAN, 211 So. 13th St.
WANTED TO BORROW
WANTED TO BORROW-$100 or $500 for
I year. Will pay 10 per cent Interest. Ad
dress. 11-576. Bee.
WANTED TO RENT
"We Are Getting Numerous Calls
For Houses of AH Sizes. List With Us.
NOWATA UNU AND LOT CO.,
624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Phone Red lHHil.
ORCHARD FOR SALE.
1 MO-acre orchard In northern Tennessee.
one of the finest orchards in the United
States, thorns tula of lruit trees coming
imo Hearing inis year; More, canning lau
lory, three residences, mules, implements,
tic, go with the place; a chance of a life
time to the right prty. as owner cannot
attend to it and is obliged to sell; will
give long time or take part In trade, If
necessary. Union Savings Bank, Eau
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OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
Cjuartermaster, Cheyenne, Wyoming, May
14, 1010. Sealed proposals in triplicate, will
Do received at this ornce until :ju a. m.
mountain time, Wednesday, June H, 1910,
at which time they will be opened in pub
lic, for the construction, heating, etc., of
tlie following public buildings at f ort u,
A. Russell, Wyoming, via: (1) For con
struction, plumbing, heating, electric wir
ing and electric fixtures, for one (1) quar
ters for' four civilian employes, pians, io.
)2-P;; (2) for construction, plumbing, elec
tric wiring and electric fixtures, for one (1)
ouattermaster'B stable, plans No. 13D-L and
two (2) stables, plans No. 130-Q; 13) for
construction, electric wiring ana electric
fixtures for one U) double stable guard
and shop building, plans No. 30-y; (4) for
construction onlv.' for one (1) wagon shed.
plans No. 60-H; (5) for the installation of
steam heating systems completo and alter
ations In construction of Barracks Nob. 35,
3il. 37, Sit, 40, 41, 42. 43 and 44, post plans.
platiB No. 2-W3, and officers' quarters
Nos. 2!) and 30, post plans. Plans and
specifications for the Inspection of bidders
are on file In this office, also the of flees of
the Chief Quartermaster, Department of
the Missouri, Omaha, Nebraska; Chief
yuartermaster. Department of the Colo
rado, Denver, Colorado; Depot yuarter
master, St. Louis, Missouri; Constructing
yuartermaster. Fort Leavenworth, Kan
sas, and the Secretary of the Builders' Ex
change, Sb, Paul, Minnesota. Proposal
blanks and general Instructions to bidders
may be had upon application to this office.
The government reserves the right to re
ject or accept any or all bids or any part
thereof. Envelopes containing proposals
should be indorsed "Proposals for the con
struction, etc., of public buildings at Fort
H, A. Russell. Wyoming, to be opened
June 8, 1M0," and addressed to V. K. Hart,
Captain Fifteenth lnfuntry, A. y. M., U. 8.
A., In charge of the construction, Room 9
Keete hall, Cheyenne, Wyoming.
M-17-18-19-20 J 6-7.
FAMILY WASHING neatly done: rough,
dry or bundles. 'Phone Webster 5127.
WANTED Steady situation In drug store,
7 months' experience; 18 years old. Hubert
R. Kaempfer. Rising City, Neb.
SITUATION a chauffeur: private owner
preferred; does not drink or smoke cigar
ettes. 'Phone Webster 1545.
PROPOSALS FOR ELECTRICAL WORK
Fort Mackenzie, Wyoming, May 12, 1:110.
Sealed proposals In triplicate will bo re
ceived here until 2 p. m.. mountain llm'.
June 1st, 1S10, for remodeling the street
lighting system and building a suti-statio.it
at this pist. Plans ai.d specif Icatlons o
file at office of the-Chief yuartermaster,
Department of the Colorado, Denver, Colo i
Chief yuartermaster. Department of tho
Missouri, Omaha, Nebr., and tho Builders'
Exchange, St. Paul, Minn., or same may
be obtained from this office upon the de
poFit of $5 to Insure their safe return.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
Indorsed "Proposals for Electrical Work"
and addressed to the Constructing Quartern-aster,
Fort Mackenslc, Wyoming.
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tion and prosperous community. A great
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full particulars. R. L. Slaughter, Austin,
FOR SALE 175 acres rich Caney Valley
land for sale; 116 In corn, 40 In timber;
on railroad, station close; county seat i
miles; flue climate; will grow anything;
church, school privilege, good markets; In
fe.t developing country. If Inteiesied d
drt.se the owner, J. M. Cockrell, Wbarloa.
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Brightside and His Boy
"When the Ghosts Should Walk,"
Their Latest Tabloid Sketch.
BY LAFAYETTE PARKS. '
"A physician who has Investigated the
subject says there are 3,000 varieties of
superstitious beliefs in this country," be
gins Brlghtslde, as wIhb Willie floats in
for the evening confab. "
"I believe In some signs myself," answers
Son, with a sly wink at the ceiling, fishing
a cigarette out of his case. "For Instance,
when a gink makes a signal of distress and
I know he has the kelt, that means good
luck to me."
"Forty-five per cent of the population
believes In some of the many supersti
tions," continues Father. "Personally, I
don't have much faith In any of them."
"There are a lot of hoodoos, at that,"
puts In Son, "and It takes a wise guy to
sidestep 'em. Whenever I Bee a croas-eyed
darkey coming up the street with a razor
In each hand It certainly looks like trou
ble to muh. I don't take any chances
I beat It. He may be an entire stranger
to me and as peaceful as a Harlem goat,
but with those zlgsag lamps not for your
"I suppose the various signs were origi
nally conceived by some lucky or unlucky
event that happened In conjunction with a
specific incident," Huggcsts Father.
"Like rubbing the bump on a hunchback
before going to tho races to bring good
luck," lemarks Son. "The first piker that
tried that stunt probably cashed In a ticket
worth a couple of bucks. Rut I'd like lo
have the price of a pack of cigarettes for
every sucker that's gone broke on It since.
Papa's boy would slave no more this sum
mer. It's a good sign when It works,
"Your mother, as another example,"
Father , says, "will never walk under a
"Probably some skirt back before the
flood walked under one and got a pot of
paint dropped on her lid, spoiling a seven
dollar bonnet," remarks Son. "Leave it
to the dames to pass on a hard-luck taie
like that until the last Little Rrlghteyes
"The women, according to this physician,
place more reliance In signs and dreams
than men," asserts Father.
"They're on the Job with the Gypsy's
warnings, all right," admits Son. "If a
little peach sleeps on a slab of brunette
wedding cake she gets a hunch that the
first dark-haired boy that comes by is
there Willi a marriage license In his mitt
and the first month's rent money In his
The Oldest Iiihnliltnnt.
He feebly shook his wise, old head;
His heavy coat came not amiss;
Ho shivered as he faintly snld:
"DldHt ever know a May like this?"
T. E. II.
Anrlc-r! t urnl Advances.
Now Is tho happy seed time;
Heboid each tiny row.
But soon It will bo weed time,
And "whack" will go the hoe.
-T. E. M.
Jeans. The trouble is she thlnkt. It s
strong she gets peevldsh If the chap doesn't
fall for the sign."
"1 know a married man," relates Father,
"who never falls to tell the klird of
weather a day ahead ' by the coffee
"1 know a married man," adds. Son,
"who makes the weather by the brand of
coffee wifle hajids him In the morning. If
it's a bit muddy he tints up the atmosphere
in his cosey flat until it looks like a thun
der and lightning storm on the equator.
When the drink Is weiik hubby starts a
frosty breeze that would frcese ice on a
July day. They're almost superstitious
enough to find grounds lor divorce at the
bottom ot a ten-cent pot of Java."
"Here s a man that has found a sure
cure for toothache," Father resumes. "He
says if you pick your teeth with a splinter
taken from a tree struck by lightning
you'll never be troubled."
"Let him tell ' that to a guy running
down Broadway at 2 a. m., holding his
Jaw with one hand and his hat with the
other, looking for an all-night dentist,"
Son suggests. "While I'm not supersti
tious, it looks to me like a sure sign of
"Why do people fear ghosts walking only
at night?" queries Father.
"Tlie only way the ghost can throw a
scare Into mull," Son declares, "is by not
walking on puy dv."
(Copyright, 1910, by the X. Y. Herald Co.)
Summer Play Aprons for Small Children
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sleeves, and with fascinating Mother Ooose and Kate fli-eenaaay pictures on Hit: front, liig pocketH, too, In wlib-li to hf", f
chocolate creams, j,ebble.s, hop toa Is and other special treasures of tlio day. s4, ,
Another kind of apion, of blue linen, with gay red and blue Ruuslun embroidery and a cratelalne pocket baa; Is deVEhtfvU,
A design, more dressy, with ruffle at the foot and ribbon Uea over tlie shouldor, will be lilted by small meUa.
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