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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1910.
FMMM ASf HANOI I A FOR BAIR
An Empire at Auction
Where One Crop Pays
For the Land
C M. GRUENTHER, Trustee
. Will sell 210 KIT CARSON COUNTY FARMS at BUR
LINGTON, COLORADO, June 23d, 1910.
'And $400.00 in 30 days is the highest amount of cash
required to buy any 1G0 acre tract. This is a FORCED
SALE. You can count on bargains.
Special train on the Rock Island from Omaha June
21st. Low fares. Any Rock Island excursion ticket
good on this train. You can buy to Denver, Colo
rado Springs or any western point, and stop off at Bur
lington for this sale.
Make the price of many vacation trips by buying a
Bummer excursion ticket west, stop at Burlington for this
sale and then spend a week or a month in the mountains.
Write or telephone for particulars.
G M. GRUENTHER, Trustee
Tel. Tyler 1070 Room 307 First National Bank Bldg
FOR 8ALF,-$1,E00 will buy a nlc farm o(
113 acre; DO acres In cultivation; rich creek
bottom; good i-room house, 1 tenant house;
wire fence; II wells, fine water; mile to
good town; rural delivery.. Thla Is a good
chance for a man to get a good home. If
you will get busy you can get lu H. P.
Bailey, Monticello, Ark.
12,000 ACRES CANADIAN LANDS.
Fine tract wheat land, ateam plow propo
sition. In central Saskatchewan; finest
quality; will bear closest Inspection; write
tor particulars and terms. John P. Wadge,
. real estate, Dtb tit., Brandon, Manltoua,
MR. FARMER or Investor, If you are
interested In buying or at least Investigat
ing good farm lands at from $16 to $2u an
acre, that will grow from at to 80 bushels
of winter wheat to the acre or good corn,
call on or write the owner; buy direct and
save commission. P. id. MorUon, (Sterling,
IN COLORADO FOR $10 TO $30 PER
ACHE.-, EASY TERMS.
I can sell you a good level land with
a good soil, better water at 20 to 70 feet;
better markets, better ollmate, better as
surance of good, full crops every year, than
you can buy in Wash., Ore., Idaho, Mont.,
N. D., 8. D., or Alberta, for lea than $ai
to U per acre. Any size tracts. Write me
now. it. 6. Johnson. Limon, Colo..
We still have a few thousand acres of
Florida Everglade lands, which are selling
at $1 per acre down and $1 per acre per
month. Thia land will nofiltlvalv nit ha
old out in a few weeks; If you are in-
xerestea act quick. Kvergiaae iand Sales
Co., ttU Holland Bldg., tit. Louis, Mo.
THE drained lands of "The New Flor
ida" are the richest In the world. We offer
our own land In tract and on easy term
to suit; also manager for the Flor
ida Fruit Land Co., which are the orig
inator of the famous auction distribution
Bult t2. Palace Bldg., Minneapolis Minn.
FOR 8ALE-$50 down, $6 monthly, buy
1 10 acre rich garden, fruit and poultry
I land, near Alma, 111., Marlon County, has
1 2-room frame house, chicken house, 4
acre cleared; nicely situated on Okaw
I river, about 05 miles from St. Louis, on
I Illinois Central railway; "snap"; $400. J.
B. Jarrell, Mount Vernon, 111.
Fina rich level Illinois land, convenient
to St. Loui market and bear good local
town and shipping point; all In cultiva
tion:" fine for truck, fruit and brrla
poultry and country home; near large
canning lauiury bjiu aiong tne new McKln
ley electric line, now building to St Louis
price for 10 acre, $7&o and up; term liuu
cash and $10 per montn; can show Una
property any afternoon leaving office at
1 o cioca p. m. ana return at :au p. ul
Coma prepared to go and ee the land.
& II. MORTON & CO., Land AgouU,
Room S17, lot Chestnut tit. tic Loui.
' IMPROVED FARMS SO MILES FROM
I 80acre ot clay loam soil, S mile from
town; 4a acre cultivated, balance i pas
ture, ail fenced; new e-room house with
cellar, furnace heal, new barn, 26x30x1s,
with addition 14x20, full length; cement
floor and manger, coi iK crib, hen house,
windmill and excellent water. The land 1
new and the building are new. It's a snap
at hiWi icasonauie leniw.
80 acres S miles from good town; DO acres
cultivated; clay loam soil, balance is fenced
in pasture; joins the above eu; good ft-room
house, with cellar, barn KtxJti. cement
floors, com crib, granary, hen house, wind
! mill and fine water: b acres fenced wun
woven wire. Price, $40 per acre.
DALY A UcLEOD,
701 Palaca Bldg., Minneapolis.
SLAUGHTER LAND SALE:.
Unequaled Opportunity; Easy terma
Washburn County. Wisconsin.
163 acre unimproved land, JtUj.
1M act uiiluiproved land, JS.ju.
296 acre unproved laud, U lu.
DUO acres Improved land, $9.60.
W acre linprovsd land, $14.50.
loO acre unimproved land, $9.75.
luO acre partly Improved land. $11.50.
IM acres partly Improved land, tU.au.
10 acre partly Improved land, U. ij.
440 acre Improved land, $U.ii.
o acre uuiicproved laud, tw.60.
Large tract ot wlrn land at sacrifice
price. Ws handle nolhiug but snap. If
. ou want to sell your farm at Its value
write us. If you want to buy a larm at ,
, its value, write us. We want live reyre
; sentailv4 everywhere.
Minnesota-Montana Ranch Co.,
tut Court block. St. Paul. Minn.
, BEAUTIFUL UO-ACRB FARM AT
prloe of Improvements; good soil, level, 70
.u .u ..vftr, - ..w v. wwu (1111 Ull
and pasture; living water In pasture, bor
der on nice lake; fine, new, 7-roora house,
root house, machine shed, wagon sued, eta,
all in flrt-cluM repair; good well, less
than half mils to school and church, t
mile to store and creamery, eVj miles to
North JUranah, Minn., on Northern Pa
cific; 0 miles north of twin cities. Price,
l hoo cash, or $1,000 cash, balance long
time. No greater value u ever offered
in a farm anywhere. Mrs. Sadie Fuller,
l.ue Mum ou raui, imn.
12-ACRB FRUIT FARM.
mile from Crystal Bay stalloni four
room house, barn MxM, full concrete base
ment. 0-fout poultry house, well. M apple
tree. 1 sore strawberries, IV aarea rasp
berries, plums, acres cultivated, I acres
pasture; borders on small lake; good gar
den and fruit land. Only $J.W6
i. M. Levies 11 tlh bt. Mlnnsapolia.
225-ACRE well Improved Blue Earth
lto acres Improved farm, Pipestone Co.
343 acres Pine county, cut-over land.
Above farms for merchandise.
8,0U0 harness and shoe slock.
117,000 stock of general merchandise and
lo-iooiu furnished, modern solid brick.
10-room Individual brick to trade for
All new Lake Harriet modern house, easy
List your merchandise stocks, city and
land with us. We make exchanges -no
matter where located.
C. P. Carlson-Atlas Land Co.,
Ulobe Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
$7,000 FARM for $S,lo0; a delightful home
with 140 acres fine land; good soil, level,
fenced and cross-fenced; 96 acres In crop,
36 acres fine hardwood timber and pas
ture; 10 acres meadow; splendid tt-room
house, well finished and decorated; pantry,
stone, foundation, cemented cellar, double
xioor, iwo porcues, mie wi w&wuv, coming into bearing mis year; siore, can
Urge granary, macnlne shed, wagon shed, Qm factory, three residences, mules, lin
corncrlb, chicken home, otuer buildings; Diements, etc., go with tne place; a chance
all well painted and in first class repair; lifetime to the right party, as owner
two pumps, boii waier, ew nuu u
around houue; U. F. D. and telephone; near
kchool; one of the most beauillul places
to ba louna anywnere: wur aims iroiu
North Blanch, Chisago county, Minn.; 40
miles north of Twin Cities: half cash. Mrs.
Sadie Fuller, im Laurel Ave.; tit. Paul,
inn APREfl eood black loam soil, clay
auu-soll, four miles southeast of Bronson,
Minn.; good buildings; 40 acres fenced In J' " llroaag and comes right up to Sin
pasture, balance plow land and a snap at a new city or uuo population.
3,200; hk cash, balance 4 year at per
cent. Address UW coiuhidus avb., jninne
FOR SALE Farm, 7W acre, ( mile Pen
dleton, Mo.; over 200 acre cultivated; about
100 aorea In crop; balance merchantable
timber, all fenced; an ideal stock-raising
farm; l.ouv i-year-oia iruu trees; new tt
room house, all necessary buildings, In beat
condition; $16 per acre; easy terms; trade
not considered. Address Theodore juengst.
2302A Farrar St.. tiL Louis, Mo.
" oDPortunlty to Invest in timber in sums
FOR SALE 2U3-acre valley farm; all ffcm $w "P- Interest guaranteed and pro
good, tillable land; no rock, no overflow; portlonate share of profit. Best of se
120 acres In cultivation; good 6-room frame curlty. Saffer than Blocks or bonds and
house and outbuildings; cistern, well and much more profitable. For complete ln
ponds; family orchard; dally mall; 1 mile formation and details address American
to scnooi, cnurcn anu irauiut point; ( miles
to rauroaa; w miiee to ot. ioui. frlce,
$25 acre. Norvell aV Bass. Steelville. Mo.
FOR SALE We have some reolal bar.
gains in small farms; also one or two bar-
gain in larger iarms; iiz-acro larm at
$12.50 per acre; so-acre farm, new five-
room nouse, never uccuieu; one oi the
ninKt beautiful farm in tills countv: .i n..,.
on solid rock road, three mile east of
De Soto. De Soto Land Co., De Bo to
FOR SALE Only $3 per acre; no better
stock farm or colonisation tract in Mi.
scurl; 3,400 acres. 2X1 cultivated; wire
fence, spring water, 1 dwellings, stock
Bcales and barns; numerous other build
ings: large lot merchantable hardwood
timber; 110 mile from St. Loui.
IRON COUNTV REALTY CO.. Ironton,
FOR SALE Ozark fruit farm, by owner.
Address A- w. iiussey, tturnhani. Mo,
We are getting out our new Hat of
Bcone County prairie farm for sale; send
us your address and ws will forward vou
one of them; investigate thla section it
ycu are nunting tne best.
STURGEON REALTY CO., Sturgeon. Mo.
FOR BALE 70 acres; new 4-room frame
nouse witn line cenar, smokehouse, wood
shed, btrn. cattleshed, toolshed, henhouse,
cistern, two large ponds, concrete porch
and walk; 30 acres in pasture. 10 In wheat.
10 meadow. 12 In clover, 6 alfalfa, balance
in corn; an nog wire rencea; orchard; easy
payments, airs. w. i. uotuoo, tit. cialr.
FOR SALE 72-aere farm, near Floris
sant. Mo.; ha good house, fine barn, all
bind nf fruit .raiiM at. tm nl,t..na
fine well and a good apring; at $176 per
acre. c. KU&uu Clayton, Mo.
TIMBER and ranch land bargain In
South Missouri. Morris x Walker, Moun
tain view, juo.
FOR SALE 1.000 acre strlotly farm land,
good steam plow proposition. In Montana!
$13.60 per acre; $6.60 cash, all the time
needed on the balance, per cent. Who
lake thla Utile block of land and doubles
his money In 13 month? ,U0 acres, east-
em Montana, strictly steam plow propoal-
tlon. $14 par aore. one-third down, balance
four annual payment after thla fall, 0
acres. Dunn county. N. D.. everv acre
farm land. $12 iwr aore. worth iJO. imo
acres, Campbell county, B. !., $11 per
Aiua tHiuiiuiiB in ivuun oounty, n, u.t
76 per cent plow, 110. per acre; good
terma meen sections, eastern Montana,
$14.60. L6u0 acres lu Billings, N. D.. $.fA
Sixteen sections in Dunn. N. 1).. vi v
choice, $14.76; one-third cash, balance good
r ntjl muua m jaercer
county, N. u., lis per ai
FOR SALE At $11 per acre, a fine ES.0OQ
acre tract on the Milwaukee extension In
the Musselshell Valley, Montana, one-third
cash, balance in three or four suual an
nual payments, A great deal of this land
is neiu at iron ;i, a4 to per
iw. ;.iil VilT kV?. T.Vi,.. .
Will traria tmn I, da In 0..lh,,..
amuiiion ior aimuan county lane: will pay
difference in cask. IL N, Vy. M A
FAItM AM) 11AN II l.AMI FOR SAI.K
Nebraska f ontlanrd,
What is Land Worth?
CXt wtft PArn In nit In X.r, Kr-n eti 1 Line r M . t
Illinois Is nelltiur at H) to $1.V per nc o
dptlmlptle people my It will ro hiKhiT.
The average yield of ccrn pi r nolo on this
iann i h i nan DMsneis to tn ncre.
r -n a. c. i k. ...... i i ...... en w. . . . . i. . i .. . . .
the acre $J5 per acre. Compare this with
Scott s Bluff
One Scott's Uluff farmer who has 2'"S
acres of alfalfa Bays lie NIOTS over $:!.'
-er acre for his crop. Another tells of a
NKT of $100 per acre for hl potatoes.
Kunar beets produce from Ij to 23 tons p"r
acre and the price Is fixed at $." per l.in.
TaklnK the low figure as an aver.iKe, It Is
three times as profitable as corn growing.
Oats under Irrigation will produce double
the crop raised In the corn belt.
Do you doubt these Htatements? Go with
ut on our
Tuesday, June 14.
Take no man's word for these statements,
but go and piove for yourself. We si'nt out
M people on the "Payne Special" this week
and they are "being shown." We will have
another carload next Tueiday. Mak your
plans now to go. Ask for a copy of the
"Land Owner" or "They hay."
Payne Investment Co.
Southeast Corner 15th and Farnam.
"Manless Land for
Large tract of land in Hettinger, Kid
der, Burleigh, Mercer and Hturk counties,
also tracts In .Sweet Grass, Yellowstone
and Custer counties, Montuia, and Sas
katcehwan. We have the lunds, own the
kinds and can deliver.
E. C. Williams, Temple Court, Minneapolis.
6.000 TO 20.000-ACRB tracts of Montana
and western North Dakota lands tor sale
I at f re m $7.60 15 pur acre.
123 Guaranty Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
Wo havo-several fine Quarters, half sec
tions and section In Billings and Bow
man counties that ve can sell on reason
able terms, located near good towns and
railroad. This land Is from 75 to ! per
cent tillable and the best of soli. Write
for lists and prices.
DALY & M LEOD,
702 Palace Bldg., Almieapolls, Minn.
FOR SALE 320 acres; every acre tillable;
teen black soil: near town; price. U-t par
acre. Frank MaJbek, KimuaU. S. D.
SOUTH DAKOTA CORN AND ALFALFA
Th rush la on for Stanley county: buy
lands near the new railroad and double
your money In the next year; 20,000 acres
to select from; $10 to Hi per acre. Call or
write Felland Beany company, ixh t-aiac
Bldg.., Minneapolis, Minn.
I HAVE 320 acres of land near Carter.
South Dakota; must sell soon; good specu
lating land, w rite lor iniormauon to ii.
Hafner, Butte, Neb.
ORCHARD FOR SALE.
1.000-ACHE orchard in northern Tennes-
. nnA nf tbA finest orchards in tha
united States; thousands of fruit trees
cannot attend to it and 1 ODiigea o sell;
lve long t,me or take part In trade.
Union Saving bank, Eau
TEXAS GULF COAST LAND,
w. ara now selling the Wilder ranch,
which Join the Taft; one of the best tract
of land in the Gulf Coast It Is located on
We offer this in any sizo tracts at from
i?, to 1&0 per acre. Oet our booklets; find
OUt aOOUt UIO JWJi
" ., . 091 KriirltV Bank.
run, MONEY IN TIMBER,
iri.k.. innria in Pacific northwest are
going up rapidly and steadily. Large in-
crease m value every year due to rapid
increase, demand and decreased supply,
Buyers making big profits. Heretofore
.niLaiiats could operate. Wo offer
Timber CO.. tienry iag., dcullio, nuu,
rwu.iP FARM LANDS.
In western Nebraska and Colorado. Writ
NEBRASKA LAND COMPANT,
CAN locate parties on desirable timber,
fruit, agricultural and grazing lands. In
California. Oregon ana w asnniKion. oueciiu
government una list, wnn laws, sent to
all Interested parties. West American Land
and Timber Co., Sacramento, Cal., 714! K
REAL ESTATE LOANS
GARVIN BROS.. Id floor N. T. Life. $000
lo $100,00) on Improved property. No delay.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
r amain Smith Co.. U4 Farnam SL
MONET TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
$100 to $10,000 mad promptly. F. D. Wsad,
Wead Bldg.. l&th and Farnam.
to U.000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Ctk. 1UUS N. Y. LU. Dougia
LOW BIST RATES Be ml. Brandela Bldg.
FIVE PER CENT BONDS for sal, la
amount from UQ to $6,000; w cash thm
any time. American bale ueuoait vauiia,
tie 8. 17th. Bee Bldg.
SECOND mortgage negotiated, bid Nw
Omaha National Bank Bldg. Doug. 4334.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYEES FOB
1 and T-room houaea. If price ar rlgbt
w can sell your property (or you.
nu W AIA UA.NU AINU 1.U1 I.VA.
Suite C3U N. Y. Life bid
SUITABLE GIFT things ar
fru. XTVivtil Ktnrn
ttth ft N St. Pouttj Omaha,
llnw about vnur eyes? If they bother
yeu let our expert optician tell you what he
tninaa aooui inem, am iiiibi ui
aminatlons, Jacobson Furvn Co., Z4C4 N
street, South Omaha.
fx axclusivs styles In fine milliner
smart, clever effects, call at the Uyan
I store, pis moriu x weniy-ouriu stroet.
.. . . , -
FOn EXCHANGE oo acre, miles from.
a town pf l,0u4 people, ill) I
plow, y wells. on4 wimimniv i-
m1 Stables, piuat all tillable and. sur-
Booa roerj;i,ndM or Bi)ght fake merclian-
diss and buildings, tor ehulty. What have
you o Mien Address Tpa A'm county
tnyesiraeiii uo., touglon,
tlKOfia n h'lll lniil In lr4. ..r
I i....: ti . no " ...m
land $0 to til per sure, up to $J0.i5; v. Hi
pay cash difference or assume. Nowala
liid & Lot Co.. Suit tzi N. V. Life bldg.
MISFIT tailor. 1 ults $& and $W value
t Hi. tie A. Itubensteln. mv 8. 14th tit.
U. A, UNgUlST CO.. 235 PAXIoN BUi.
FOR BUSINKSd wear the now sack suit
but don't lull to pationlxe Kd. TlHei, kin
TaiiorliiK. il bo. Jtitli at.
MISFIT tailored f.uits-;i5 and $40 values
at .- bee A. Kubensieln, Zll'i b. 14th St.
WANTKU TO BOKKOW-JWI or SMO fo
1 )wr. Vt ill pay lu ir cent luleteai. Ad
dress. H-e.fc. Ha.
WANTED to borrow money on farms, 1st
nioriguaes on southwest Iowa farms, or
northeast Neoraaka farms. Address A 7iR,
WANTED TO BUY
BEST PRICE paid for second-hand
furniture, carpets, clothing and shoe.
Phone Douglaa &7L
SECOND-HAND clothing; party, after
noon dresses. John Felummi. D. iilil. A-2631,
At 2Sth and DmlRo Sis., ul oi.ee.
THE BYKON REED CO.,
BOTH 'PHONES. 212 8. 14TH.
Best prices tor BltOKUN WAlCllts,
Old Gold. etc. .NATHAN. zll Ho. 13th au
WANTED 6,000 FEATHER HEDS. Writ
r.r telephone Douglas IbW. MhiTKOP OLA
TAN r'KATlIKK CO.. fctU N. llh.
BEST prlei-r fur IM-hanJ clothing. D. 3440.
WANTED TO RENT
We Are Getting Numerous Calls
For Houses of All dines. List With Us.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
U4 N. V. Lite lUug. pnone Ked iDt
WANTED To rent modern suite of two
or three rooms tunf urmshed preterred;
with board, wiiniii easy walking distance.
Atluiess D tC, Beu.
SITUATION WANTED as chauffeur, by
competent japunese; good reference. S 73i,
A GIRL nearly 17 and another nearly 16
want places to work tor wnges. inquire oi
matron at cniiu caving iiiMiuuie. xei.
A YOUNG widow who is an expert
bookkeeper and stenograpner desires piuce
where to work part o tne day only. Best
leteienre furnished. Address, bee, S bos.
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
Notice Is hereby given that Notice to
Bidders Is being published In the Crete
Videlte-Ilerald of Crete, Nebraska, which
nrovldes tor the submitting of bids to the
City of Crete, Salino County, Nebraska,
for the purpose of furnishing all material
and labor for the building and constructing
of a eewer system in ana ior eaiu- city,
ha Id system Is to be a Sanitary Sewer
System, constructed, built and combined
with a Storm Sewer. The estimated cost
of same Is $40,000. Time for presenting
and filing bios expires on the 20th day of
June, 1910, at 2 o'clock p. m. All bids filed
will be openeu june aim, iviv, i p. in.
K-r nlaiis and specification and other
details and conditions apply to either of the
AINXUIN uncLiLiA, mayor,
F. A. NOVAK, City Clerk,
PA Edaulst, special engineer, sja rsew
' . . . r , . H .1 , .. 1 K.T
York Lite flUliuiiig, wuiaun, .icuiMim,
FORT DES MOINES, IOWA, JUNE 4, 1910.
Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will be re
until Sn. m.. standard time,
limo 20. 1'HO. for suDDly and Installation of
pews and fixtures nr-rost wnapei, suujeuv
to the usual conditions. Full Information
furnished on application. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be maritea .pro
posals lor Chapel Furniture," and ad
dressed to Constructing Quartermaster,
Fort Des Moines, Iowa.
Six Memorable Days at Sea
New York to Havr-Parl
k Compagnio Generale iv
Twin Bnrew Express Steamers typifying; In
..nninim.ni th height o( ocean luxury.
ail Thursdays, 10 A. M. Trains direct to Pari or
othercontinental points. Every provlslonforcom
fort and aafety wireless.aubmarinebeUeyatem.
La Provence June lil La Provence.. July 7
La Lorraine June 2S La Touralne, July 14
La Savole..June SO I LaLorraine, July zi
Additional iniiiiin nt d cabin nrlces al
ternate Saturday by popular one class
steamers $45 to $62.60.
J. B. REYNOLDS. 1603 Tarnam St.
W. E. BOOK, Art. C, M. ft) Bt, F. By.
H. O. SHIELDS. 1601 Tarn am St.
LOUIS NEESE, rirat Hatlonal Bank.
All Modern Safety SSTloss (Wlrele. etal
Oral Walders..Jun I 'Pres. Lincoln July
lHil,'n Aua.Vlo. June Zo tAmerlka July a
Blimcher June liPrea Grant July 13
Deutachland July 2, 'Cincinnati July 18
tKlta-Carlton a la carte aeataurani.
Hamburg direct. Nsw.
Hamburg-American Line, 45 Broadway, N.
x., or Local Agents.
MISS NAN DORSEY RETURNS
Delea-at from Visiting- IT arses Asso
ciation is Back from National
N arses' Convention.
Miss Nan Dorsey of the Visiting Nurse
association lia returned from New York,
where h attended the national conven
tlon of trained nurses. Over 800 delegate
were registered and at the memorial meet
lng marking the fiftieth anniversary of
the opening of nurses' training schools In
the United States 8,000 nurses were present.
The day was also the ninety-first birthday
anniversary of Flora ice Nightingale and
the assembled nurses sent her a long telo-
gram of congratulation.
DIVORCE BUSNESS IS WANING
Numb of Petitions and Decrees In
District Court Falls Voder
Last Year's Record,
Divorce petitions and decrees In district
court are many fewer in number than at
this time last year, The lengthening of
the time required to establish reeldenoe has
kept out of th state and consequently out
of the oourts many people of the kind who
formerly came to Omaha to live her only
until a divorce had been obtained.
Glad $o Reoosaasamd Them,
Mr, 13, Weakley. Kokomo, Ind., says
'After taking Foley Kidney Pills, th se
vere backache left me, my kidneys became
stronger, the secretions natural and my
bladder na longer pained me. I am glad to
recommend Foley Kidney Pills." In a yel
low package. Sold by all druggists.
When you want what yoq want whsn
you want It, say so through The Be Want
Tliarles Edwards. 7M South Thirty-eight
avenue, frame. $2,&i; O. L. Wuhlford.
South Thirty-third, frame. U.-; Union Pa
ctflo Railroad company, foundatioo for of
JRMjVHOHiS BE.EM 1LU'
I WISH HE
THEM WEL D
BUY AM AUTO
hJJf he iri old misep,
HE'S MO GOOD
ON EARTH --
i'll call and
See him and
UN C LP
COPYRIGHT. 19ia BY THE NEW
A Few Items
I saw an exquisite frock recently In con-
blnatlon of black lace and Ivory white
chiffon cloth. It made me think of the
possibilities two black lace scarfs have.
The entire (own was of white, j with a
panel overdress In black lace.
Now with two scarfs at a woman s dis
posal the first could be cut in two evenly
and arranged to fall from the bust, one
strip on either side of the center front, the
border coming at the lower edge. The strip
In the back would be single and longer
than those in the front A Jet belt could be
added and the panels held down at inter
vals with small Jet ornaments. The lace cut
from the second scarf could form the
The newest neck ruff Is so slmplo to
contruct that any person who can sew can
safely duplicate It.
The effect Is flat rather than round, and
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- Camp Life.
"Home ain't nothing like
this," sings the camper, and
The cull of nature sounds
loud In the ears of man, and
he hies himself away to where
he can commune with Mother
Nature, all undisturbed by the
artificialities of life.
About the first thing he
mlHses Is the big chair Into
which he Is wont to sink his
Weary bones at the end of the
day's grind. Then he misses
the array of white linen, glis
tening glass and other little
Items of comfort In the dining
room. And after dinner the
glow of the reading lamp Is
not there. When bedtime
comes ha rolls himself Into an
unaccustomed blanket, and
tries to make himself think he
likes It, It Is not worth while
to tecount what happens dur
ing the night. When morning
dawns, no glittering white tub.
filled with limpid water, lurei
him to shak off his drowsl
nuss In Its tempting depths.
It's about this time that he
lifts his voice moat positively
In the challenge, "Homo ain't
nothln' like this,"
Next time Nature calls him,
he answers over the tele
phone. A feeling
If the aviators who expect to
soar above Omaha next month
should in any way get tangled
up with some of the political
pooms that will be rampant
about that time
' ust suppose what might
The. Bumble Dee hopes the
airship men will com fully
protected and prepared for real
Bumble Bee stings are !
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of Interest to the Women Folks
one of the prettiest as well a the most
practical models In this style is of black
and white malln.i.
Knife pleated frills five or seven inches
wide , used three rows, the white coming
between the two black. ',
All are the some width and are headed
with a twist of black rlobon velvet which
forms ties or may ha let flowing as pre
ferred. This accessory will harmonize with
any color dress, but, of course, these ruffs
are worn to match the. shade of the gown if
Lovely scarfs are fashioned from the
Persian bordered chiffons and marquis
ettes combined with marlbou.
The tores known as natural and the
white feathery stuff combine prettily with
the fragile fabrics.
In using the printed materials only a
border of the marlbou is necessary for
OMAHA, JUNE 10, 1910.
Three-Cornered Match Is
Scheduled for Grand
Island Next Month.
BUMBLE BEE AND
Our Own Pet Little Avia
tor Will Be on the Job
In Good Shape.
It pleases the editor of The
ISLAND, Neb., June
Bumble Doe to be able
10. (By Union Paclflo
Freight.) As neutral ground,
this thriving city was selected
for the grand wrestling match
between the Jlmltes and the
Aahtonltes, the winner to be
nounce that this peper's own
aviator, Prof. Hlflyer,
on the job when the
begin to soar above
Prof. Hlflyer, it will
called, holds the
record of being the
challenged by the Bryanltes.
It looks now as If the match
were going to be worth while.
who ever stepped out
loon at the altitude of
mile and landed safely.
of oonfldenoe per
camp of the Jlmltes;
as If their champion,
He bos promised that
recount his experiences
as he is by extract
readers of this paper. He also
Issues a sweeping challenge to
and essence of rye and
malse, has more strength than
can possibly come to the
leader of the Aahtonltes, who
any or all of the coming alr-
shlppors to duplicate
to rely on plain cold
The merry snort
water for his sustenance.
Thus, the Jlmlte look for an
easy victory In the first bout.
bubbly water end
green; a smooth bit
will happen when
ment, and a mad dash.
Then comes a brutal police
man, and three lovely young
men and three young women
who are not qule so lovely, are
lar.ded In Jail, Names are sup
pressed out of respect for
Police Judge lectures the
young folks, and fines them
each $100; one pays, one ap
The young women hurry off
to Mayor Jim, and he pardons
What's the answer?
It's a gay life, all right.
the Bryanltes enter for the
second round Isn't so easy to
dope out The Bryanltes are
sticking pretty close to the
water diet, also, but the Jlm
ltes fear they have something
sleeves, to be sprung
last moment, and are
what It may be.
kind of a paramount
will serve the Bryanltes this
time, and with the peerless
Leader far away In furrln
parts, Brother Charley Is th
one to be watched,
thing Is absolutely
The famous declara
tion of Ashton the Plrst-and
Last Is uppermost In the
minds of all, He saldi
''Make your platform what
you will) I'll run on It,'1
He more than made good on
this boast, by running on two.
This record still stands, but
the Jlmltti are wilting to bet
their man can tie It, at least.
Pa Kourke says that In the
future no mercy will be shown
to any team of tribe tackles.
He has gone along with the
losing game as far as courtesy
calls for, and from this time
on he proposes to bo even as a
That's the stuff, Pa, Don't
let these home roasters kid
you Into dropping any more
games, Go right out and win
'em straight, and you'll find
the readers of The Bumble Uoe
at the grounds every afternoon
the team Is In town, pulllr.g
hard for you and the boys.
Tom Blackburn says he feels
lonesome; he's filed as an as
pirant for congress on the re
publican ticket, and doesn't
like the Idea of making the
race all by himself.
Won't somebody please come
out and act as pacemaker for
Bumble Bee stltiga ar al
ways the best.
WISH HE Wi"ss
DEAD -EH I
IT'LL BE A
OPENED MY EYES
TO VOU "GO! ftHD
.NEVER DARKEN MY
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good effect, while when a solid color forms
the foundation a third strip must be added
through the center of the scarf. Other
wise the little wrap may look skimpy and
Another pretty, idea In scarfs Is to place
two different colors over each other and
then edge all around with the marlbou.
The "umbrella" Is the newest fad in
shoulder shaws. These are circular in
shape and of a generous size, though ex
tremely light in weight because the wool
Is fine and the design of the crochet Is
light and lacy. They are serviceable as a
light protection for the shoulders when
staying In the mountains or strolling on
They come in black, white, cardinal and
the chinchilla grays, at $3.60 each, but
orders will be taken for any color com
binations. NO. 190.
Charley Saunders will havo
the nose-counting Job finished
pretty soon. Some folks won
der what Charley is going to
do next. Ho knows.
Bill Burgess went to Excel
sior Springs last week for a
short stay. It Isn't true that
he Is keeping an eye on Bill.
Cole. They're not rivals,
A. E. Cady was on our
streets during the week. A.
of a bal
E. lias seen a heap since he
was In Omaha last time, but
nothing that looks better to
I.Ira than Nebraska,
Y(. Editor had the pleasure
of shaking hands with Hoc
Blxby of the State Journal
during the week. Loo looks
like his column of Dally Drift
-always bright and cheerful.
Como again. Doc.
Al Mohler is spending a ( .
good deal of ttmo, traveling
around these days. Al says
he's mostly Interested In look
ing for now thing's to put Into
the building lie Is going to
have put up at Fifteenth and
Read The Bumble Bee.
Over in Iowa.
The Bumble Bee violates no
confidence In telling Its read
ers that It wasn't disap
pointed at the autcome of the
primaries lu Iowa. It Is ap
parent that both sides to a
mighty pretty flgbt are
pleased. The "progressives"
are pleased because they got
such a big vote, and th
"standpatters" are pleased be
cause they got a bigger.
So let it ride. ,
A good deal Is being said
abonl water Just now that
ought to have been said seven
years ago. But hindsight al- ,
way did beat foresight.
Bumble lie sting are al- i fl
ways tns beat. '
Getting Busy. U
Knot of well known ri'i- m
sen are een consulting M rf 1 ','
days. Wonder ti t has aM al'
thing to do With politics.
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