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THE KEF,: OMAHA. FRIDAY. JULY 1. 101O.
FAIlM AM IIAXII I. A It FOR IALB
fO and 100-aore tracts of smooth, fertile,
Irrigated land on the Costilla estate tn th
Fati Lula valley o( Colorado tan yat la
purchased at tiO an acre, ihl Include! a
perpetual water right. Lasy terma. Larg
est and moat attractive project aver de
veloped la Colorado! 5.000 acres In cultiva
tion thla year. Write (or Ire maps and
COriTILLA IRUIOATKD LAND CO.,
1M4 Champa tU, Denver, Colo.
Very fine ICO acres Irrigated lund near
Denver; good doll and directly on railroad
and motor line, surrounded by Improved
ftirma uf 6 and 10-aero fruit and Harden
tracts. All plowed and ruudy for water,
liave $10,000 equity, which might exchange
lor Rood Income property or merchandise.
Mortgage, long time and easy payments.
AddreKs owner, B. 11., 2018 Howard Bt, or
ca.il Douglas HtX.
TOO CAN STAY AT HOVIJB
And make Big Hooey
On dollar a month will make you par-,
owner In one of the greatest fruit, truok,
tiecan, orchard, resort, hotel and ganeral
high-class development propositions ever
Inauguiated la this state of phenomenal
opportunities. Send for proof of this state
itient and full particulars.
i. A. Hoilomon, Fresident Jacksonville, Fla.
We have torn of the beat land In the
state, below the frost line at attractive
price, bend for particulars. Eatero Land
Company, First National Lank Bldg.,
TOTMAN COUNTY, FLA.
Ten-acr terms for oily $JO0, one-third
cash, balance one and two years. We
guarantee Uie laud to be aa good aa any In
; the state. Natural flow-lug- well,. cvvl
drainage, home markets. Only 0 mllefc
from Falatka, Carraway etatton on the U
6. & F. Ky., In the center of the land. All
; of our farms are In easy walking distance
of station and poatofflce. River and rail.
way transportation facilities for truckers
and growera the best In the state. Finest
farming end residence section In Florida.
Oood schools, churches, etc. No malaria.
Write today for one of our beautiful il
lustrated prospectus and map.
1. Z. JONUU & CO..
M6-607 Atlantic National Rank Bldg.,
15.000 ACRES. "
A 8NAP FOR QUICK SALS.
Florida aet Coast. Everglades, All
muck land. Greatest bargain la the whole
atate. No brokers.
FRANK. L. BILLS A COMPANY,
2& Monroe St. Chicago.
IOWA CORtf LANDS.
240 acres improved, 16 per acre.
19 acres Improved, 5 per acre.
WO acres Improved, $70 per acre.
W acres Improved, $76 per acre.
100 acres improved, A0 per acre.
040 acrea improved, ji0 per acre.
80 acres Improved, W per acre.
240 acres Improved, $16 per acre.
ItiO acres improved, $06 per acre.
1H0 acres improved, $05 per acre.
147 acres Improved, $60 per acre.
The above farms are all within driving
distance of Kstherville and we will be glad
to give description and particulars In re
gard to any certain tract. Persona Pitcher
Land Co., Kstherville, la.
960 A-FARM, mostly good land, finely Im
proved, located about 15 miles S. W. of Des
Also 16,000 acrea east Panhandle, Tex.,
good corn land.
These lands belong to a bankrupt estate
and the U. S. district court has ordered
trustees to sell all together or any part
of thla iahd.
Write for full description.
Frank L. Hall, L. J. Klemm. A. F.
Brown, trustees, office with Corn Belt
Land & Loan Co., Des Moines, la.
FOR BALE Improved farm, 640 acrea,
COO tillable, MO level, fenced and crose
fenoed, watered with aprlnga and ponds,
eoma hay land, 800 pasture, no rock, 220
cultivated, 76 wheat, 26 apelts, IS barley,
n corn, cropa fine; balance feed; 4-room
atone house, atone barn, granary, room
for 1,000 bu., hen nouse, crib, cattle shed,
good well, mill, tank, brood house, full
act of implements, t horses, set of harness,
20 cattle, 1 brood aow, 800 chlckena, orch
ard, all kinds of fruit, telephone; black
oil, clay subsoil; buildings Insured;
miles to sohool and postoffice; price $13,000.
UU.kuQ cash, $2,800 5 years at per cent; U
mile to town, no agents. Writ owner.
A. P. CARLETON.
Grove County, Aiautliua. Kansas,
THINK ABOUT THIS.
If your farm pays you $20 an acre profit
and you could sell it for $130 per acre and
buy another for $06 that would produce
you the same profit, would you do It? Let
me tell you about an alralia farm near
Deerfield, Kan., at $6 per acre. Write
John 12. Lander, Deerfleld, Kan.
Z15 a or as; 126 miles south east of Kansas
City, 70 acres In cultivation. Box house:
good barn; out buildings and fine water and
grasa; large orohard of different varieties
of fruit. 8 miles to good trading point. Cloae
to school and churchy Price $2,600. Tola is
a money ' maker.
t03-t Sheldley Bldg.. Kanaaa City. Mo.
FINE CASS CO.. MISSOURI. FARM
460 acrea, one mile of railroad town, 3)
miles Kanaaa City; all In cultivation and
graaa; all rich, fine lying land; s-room
houae, barn and outbuildings; well fenced
and watered. If you want a bargain in a
well located grain and atock farm, you
can't beat It; only $66 per acre; good terma
on thla. -O.
W. CLARDT INV. CO.,
801 Commerce, Kansas City, Mo.
TIMBER and ranch land bargains In
South Missouri. Morris as Walker, Moun
tain View. Mo.
FOR SALE South Missouri farms near
St. I.outa markets; any slse; some good
bargains. Write, stating your wants. Free
list. NORVELL & BASS, SteelvtUe, Mo
READ THIS. HOMESEEKERS The
cheapest farm a in the United Slates today
are In the Osarks of Missouri, lovely cli
mate, close to good markets, St. Louis and
Kanaaa City; for hearth wealth, clover,
timothy, bluegraaa, timber, fine fruit, beau
tiful streams; fine fishing and hunting. If
you want to aea the cheapest and best
farms you ever saw priced in your Ufa for
the money, write for our list and be
shown. A. D. Roberta & Son, Rluhlamd, Mo
10,000 acres of choice hardwood timber
land for sale In the clover and fruit belt of
Bayfield county, Wis. Very productive soil
pure water, and where the rainfall is ample
to Insure good crops; will sell In tracts to
suit, wun small oown payment, Daiance on
aay terma. Zuel-Wood-Goff Co., Inc., Man
276 acres, beet, all tillable, black loam
soli; fine crop growing; high state of cul
tivation, never rented; all fenced; large,
Jileaaant house; barn and other buildings;
fine well, windmill; value of Improvements
82.600. Insurance. 83.000. Fine a rove aver.
greena. maplea, box elder and apple trees
- near house. Three mllea from finest county
seat In state; publlo parka, lakes, band
concerts, rural delivery and telenhnn.
Positively worth $80 per acre. Will not be
sold tor less next ran. uwner quits farm
ing. Quick sale, $68.60 with terms to suit.
No trade or triflers. Call or write at once.
jjrocK, uicnrieia, Minn,
83 60 PER ACRE
5,000 acres In Minnesota' a great clover
belt., price. 83.60 per acre; biggest bargain
in at ate.
123 Guaranty Bldg.. Minneapolis, Minn.
Mica las a.
IF BOLD AT ONCE.
IN aorta; good soil; apple orchard: 48
acres timber; 8-rooia houae; good bars;
M eorea; a sandy loam: T acres maple
and elm timber: two large apple orohards;
10-room houae; large frame barn.
Within four mllea market and main line
Cholee, 83,800; cash $700; balance easy
WATIND RBALTT CO
Best MO ain-e farm In Michigan black
eandy loam, l binge.; 1 mile from town. R,
ARBORUAST. Bloomfield. N. J. .... ..
FARM AXlt HAMII I.A.NO FOR SALE
OCEANA COUNTY FARMS.
JUST A eAAH'LW OF WHAT 1 HAVB
H-ACRIS farm, nice ti-room cottage, good
stone collar, good littlo mini, stone coal
house, (.tone chicken house, ling house.
Rood well ii rid cistern, li lame cherry
trees, & largo apple. Lots ot grapes,
giMiKchprrles, currants and fine ornamental
tre, flow its and shrubbery about the
l.uuse. A fine. ittl home. 4 mile from
railroad Hag station. Easy terms, 11,200.
lo acre, email house and barn, SuO fine
bearing peach, cherry, plum und apple,
good soil, right near beautiful Silver Lake,
whero bhick bass and pickerel fishing Is
always good, other cottages and school
adjoin. Kasy terms, $1,200.
Lti acres, (.ood o-room house, 100 bearing
fruit trees, lots of berries, grapes, etc. h
mile from beautiful Silver Lane. A fine
little home for anyone. Kasy terms, $1,200.
40 acres nice improved level land, no
building, 4 miles from station, heavy aod.
First crop of potatoes will pay for the
land. Easy tortus, $f$00.
0i acres, Do under cultivation, IB acres
hardwood timber, well fenced, 8 acres new
ly seeded. 1.200 fine growing fruit trees,
apple, peach, cherry, plum. New 7-room
house, stone cellar under w hole. New barn
for 14 head stock. Level, 3 mllea from Hart
on fine main traveled, graveled road.
Kasy terms, $3,000.
M acres, 7-room house, barn 30x.", 3c0
bearing ft tilt trees, apple, cherry, pench,
plum and pear. 70 acrea Improved. Flm
large creek crosses place, lo acres heavy
bottom land, 6 acres hardwood timber.
Clone to school. Kasy terms, fll.oUO.
Write for full lint and literature.
J. D. 8. HANSON,
SNAP Money-making country home,
stock, toola and crop complete; one of the
beBt 70-acre farms in the ataU. practically
level, lays about 2'-i miles from town, on
benutlful made road, cloaa neighbors,
schools and church. Thla farm borders on
a beautiful lake, an elegant spring brook
Hows across It. large new v-room field atons
residence, big basement or cellar, large
verandas; big. new barn, loom for 4 head
of hoi tea, a cows, also carriage and tool
room; lots of choice bearing fruit. This
fsrm la hlgr. class in every lespect and we
are making a great sacrifice when we offer
it. It mu.t bo sold quick and we will let
everything go in the way of machinery,
stock, etc. There is everything from a
pitchfork to aelf binders, all machinery la
practically hew, also wagon, currlage, har
nesses, 60 chickens, I cowl, 4 horses, hogs,
etc To quick buyer will make the price
Yi MOO; must have $1,200 cash, balance can be
paid in small yearly payments. Will give
possession and turn everything over to
buyer In 4S hours. If you are ready to
snap the biggest bargain on earth, don't
miss seeing this quick.
THE FRED PARR CO..
Box K. Plainwell. Mich.
THESE ARE WONDERS.
Read, Read and wonder. Practically a
gift; 240 acrea, lies like a garden; 175 acres
cultivated; balance In timber and pasture
on beautiful river; good house, IVi story,
good barn and other buildings. Buildings
carry $2,000 Insurance; farm all fenced and
cross-fenced; rural mall and telephone;
three miles to town, nine miles to railroad
town; 100 fine bearing apple trees and
other fruita. THE PRICE ITS $18 PER
ACRE. Think of it. There Is not another
tuich bargain in the world.
Eighty acres splendid land, 60 acrea cul
tivated, balance in fine hardwood timber;
7 miles to town; rural mall and telephone;
good house ard barn; A WONDERFUL
BARGAIN. Price, $1,760; $1,000 cash, balance
to suit you.
We are always the leaders In bargains,
Others try to follow.
Send for full particulars,
H. W. SAWYER,
THESE ARB WONDERS.
READ, READ and wonder. Praotloally a
gift; 240 acres; Ilea like a garden; 176 acres
cultivated; balance on timber and pasture
on beautiful river; good houae, ltt atory;
good barn and other buildings. Buildings
carry $2,t00 lnaurance; farm all fenced and
cross fenced; rural mall and telephone;
three mllea to town, nine mllea to railroad
town; 100 fine bearing apple treea and other
fruits. THE PKlCE-aT b $18 PER ACRE.
Think of It. There ia not another such bar
gain in the world.
0 acrea aplendid land, 60 acres cultivated,
balance In fine hardwood timber; 7 mllea to
town; rural mail and telephone; good house
and barn: a WONDERFUL BARGAIN.
Price $1,700, $1,000 caah, balance to suit you.
We are always the leaders In bar galas;
others try to follow.
bend for full particulars,
H. W. SAWYER,
i NEWAYGO, MICHIGAN.
FOR SALE 60 acrea, two miles from one
of Michigan's finest villages; 7 room house,
barn 30x40, windmill that furnishes house
and barn with water, outbuildings, apple
orchard, pears, cherries, plums, grapes;
6 acres timber; 40 rods to school; soil
dark loam, corn planted, oats sown, all
crops are now planted; span horses, 2
cows, chickens, hay, corn, potatoes; all
Implements necessary to carry on a farm;
telephone R. 4 D. ; close to creamery; thick
ly settled neighborhood; $2,800, $600 down;
to appreciate this Is to see It; 14 acres on
the banks of beautiful body of water; Ilea
on the edge of beautiful village; ii room
house, barn 40x44, Icehouse; all kinds of
fruit; fine shade surrounds the house; this
Is worth seeing; $2,500, $u00 down.
GEO. BRIDGES, Bangor, Mich.
WRITE ME ABOUT MICHIGAN
I am farming near Baldwin, Lake county.
Michigan. 1 came here from Indiana four
years ago and am well satisfied with this
country, i Know ot some Dargains in tois
vicinity that can be had for cash. If you
will write me and tell me what you want
and how much ytfu can buy, I will find
something to suit you here or at least
try to, and It will cost you nothing If 1
don't. I have no circulars or literature, so
make your wants plain In your letter and
I will describe to you what 1 can find, then
you can come and sea It If Interested.
' W. A. t,LL,lUll,
FORCED SALE An excellent 60-aore
farm, all smooth and level, no swamp or
wat land, very productive; with success
fully grown corn, clover, wheat, vegetables
and fruit; 6-room house; beautiful shade;
large barn, poultry house, tool house, etc;
also plenty of choice bearing fruit. Thla Is
a real farm and one that will make money
for any live man. It la on main road,
close neighbors, schools, etc.; only about
10 minutes' walk from the biggest lake in
Michigan where there is good boating, fish
ing or bathing. This farm must be sold
quick and we therefore make the price
$1,460; one-half cash, balance to suit buyer.
U. C. DEES. Bos E, Martin. Mich.
40 ACRES. 8200.
HALF CASH. BALANCE 13 YEARS.
Tha land la situated not far 'from Bay
City, Mlohlgan, and adapted for farina
erasing or fruit Perfeot titles, and will
bear close lnapeotlon. The above pries and
terma are made to cloae an estate quick.
If you want a 40 or more send your option
In now, with $1 per aore. and balance to
be paid when deeds are returned.
BRADFORD & COMPANY,
64 Adams St.. Chicago.
STOP AND THINK!
WE are on the ground and havs the
first opportunity to buy land at low prices.
We save the rent of big offices in Chicago
and give our cuatomers the benefit of low
prices. We have farms and unimproved
land, summer resort property, cottages for
tale and rent near a beautiful chain of
lakes, three miles from town. The best
bargains in Michigan. Write for booklet,
b. U. THOMPSON, NEWAYGO, MICH
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No. 120 acres, cleared, small house and
barn, some fruit, near town, fins fruit
No. ! 40 acres, cleared, good house and
vara, premy oi iruu, level, good soil, 11.260,
Vrt 9 Bruu .Uk t ... i 1 1 i
miles, Muskegon, city, 35,000; $18 per acre.
v. i miv 'luwu, naiance easy terms.
THE EVANS-HOLT CO., Fremont, Mich.
. A SNAP.
80 ACRES FRUIT. VEGETABLE! AND
In renter of Michigan; near county Seat and
railroad town and tine lake: 100 apple trees,
108 peach treea, 700 email fruit; ralaes 408
bushels of potatoes to an acre: good soil:
clear title; only 8300; $20 down. $10 per
-"" luiercar, or ju on xor cash:
must sell; might throw In cow or 40 chick-
OWNER. R. 403. us Dearborn 3L. Chicago.
No. 1-20 acres, clear, email house and
$1 0(3l near town, itns fruit land.
No. 840 aore cleared, good houae and
tarn, plenty of fruit, level, good soil. 81 2L
No. 8 !0 acrea rich loam toll. leveL 4
miles Muakegon. city 25.0u; 612 per acre; Q
per acre down, balance easy terma
THE EVANS-HOLT CO.. Fromont. Mich.
LAND FOR HALE.
Write me today.
E, F. FREMONT, NEWAYGO CO.. MICH.
FAftM AKlt H A M II LAM) KOR"Al.F.
FOR HALtV-4,720 acre In Jefferaoa
eounty, Montana, at $10 per acre, on easy
terma. Thla tract la locate J Ihi miles front
town of Whitehall, a thrifty Utile city on
the N. P. and C, M. A bt P. coast Una;
t out acrea of thla tract la under irrigation;
mater rights from the Jefferson river.
About l,M acres bottom land, about 71 per
rent of thia tract Is tillsbie, balance suit
able for pasture. This tract la located in
the famoua Montana apple bell and la a
IS, 000 acres, Meagher county, Musselshell
valley, Montana. $17 per acre; easy terms;
located on C, M. St. P. R. U . 3 mllea
from iwo good towns; at least SO per sent
of this tract la aukable 'or farming. A
good proposition to cut up Into small farms;
1.000 to 6,000 acrea can be Irrigated; many
springe furnlaa abundance of water the
MARX YN k STUART LAND CO..
Aberdeen, 8. D.,
And 80S Palace yidg.. Allnneapolla
Never Mind the
Weather Is riollehtfiil nut In lh Knott's
Bluff countrv. Wn have another car load
of land seekers out there now investigat
ing conditions of soil, water, crops and
It is Your Turn Next
Arn Vnlt nnntitiail .a lpplirall.,n ? t vm
lmmm, Knw 1 - 1 , . .1 . . i i r . ........
' ii. mo win id utiri nave .vuu uvn
Been crops growing under Irrigation? If you
A nn, 1- I.. . ... .. ..
mi nnuw, lei ua snow you. vju Willi us
Tuesday, July 5.
Scott's Hluff Is not sn fur from Otunha
In fact, that irrigated land la the nearest
Irrigated tract to the Missouri river mar
kets. The Investor In Scott's Bluff lands
SAVES ENOUGH ON FREIGHT RATE
TO PAY GOOD INTEREST ON II 16
Why go Into' Idaho, into the mountains, or
to the Pacific coast for irrigated land,
when you can find just as fertile, Just as
abundant water supply In "America's Val
ley ot me iNiie,"
AN ABUNDANT WATER
Makes the Scott's lilnff nrnnnsittlnn at
tractive, but all we ask of the man In
terested Is that he take a look at the
country, water supply and crops. Make
your pians inoyv. vve are closing put our
Scott's Hluff listings very rapidly.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
S. E. Corner 15th and Farnam Sts.
"Manless Land for Landless Man."
DID YOU EVER
hear of the Sidney draw in
Cheyenne county, the best land
in western Nebraska; section
7 miles from railroad. 415 t)er
acre, if taken immediately. You
can stand on one corner and see
every part of it. B 497, Bee.
Sarpy County Snap
A beautiful home, highly Improved. 1C0
acres, fine land: 10 miles to Omaha, 6 miles
to South Omuha stock yards. Price If
sold quick, $160 per acre.
C. R Combs.
Room 15 Old U. 8. Nat. Bldg.. 12th and
iiii mono, aj. Kug.
iron ma ri,' pw ' nn,. a . . , .
. ' J " "CI . LO.I 111 ui IW
acres In Valley county, Nebraska, located
wiu uu Arcaaia. Mouse, Darn
and good steel tower windmill with my
share of the crop price. $50 per acre. Ad
dress. L. Werner. M)7 KYiater UmH T . a n i
. , . V" l.
180 acres unimproved prairie land. All
level, good land. In good neighborhood. $
miles northeast of O'Neill. This is a bar
gain. Price $26 per acre.
C. F. McKENNA.
BARGAIN In Platte Valley Irrigated
Farm I Extra good 180 acres; must be sold
quick. 60 acree alfalfa, 80 acres best wheat
grass meadow lu the country; SO acres to
other crops. 885 per acre. Write quick for
terms and further Information to Box No.
lol tiering. Neb.
MUST SELL FARM 320-acre, 200 culti
vated, 100-acre best bottom and alfalfa
lanri n n H nn...lvh(h mil. . . -
, ,,it,a m LUWU, aja
per acre. Worth $60. Stocks Land Co.,
North Dakota Farm
Excursion July 5th
Closing out large tract fine agricultural
land, underlaid with coal, Stark Co., N. L..
near Northern Paciflo R. K., $11 to $20 per
acre; easy terms. Prices 83 to $6 per acre
less than adjoining lands. Crop prospects
In Stark county are fine thla year. Plenty
bf rain. Write for map and full informa
tion. Excursion 1st and 3d Tuesday each
month while this land lasts. Your ex
penses paid If you buy.
J. H. Dumont . & Son,
1G06 Farnam St., Omaha.
THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITT.
Land In the Mouse River loop, where
erop failure Is unknown. Hon. J. J. Hill
says this land is ail worth $100 per aote,
and he knows. Will rent and pay 80 per
cent on Investment What is your money
earning T Tha finest prairie land in the
world. Write me for list. It Is free.
K. E. GOWIN, Olenburn. N. U.
2,820-acre grain and stock farm, best part
of North Dakota; 1,600 acres cultivated and
in crop, about COO acres more can be
cropped; 840 acres fine timber, 200 acres
fine hay meadow; balance first-class pas
ture; excellent set of buildings. Improve,
ments valued at $10,000; house, barn and
all pastures piped with running water;
twelve miles fence; located on small lake;
new air line. Fargo to Mlnot, under con
struction, crosses part of land; some of
land adjoins new township; If purchased
before harvest half crop goes with land
on paying for seed used; equipment may
be purchased If desired; owner has ranched
here for twenty-five years and wishes to
retire; land has been farmed only few
yeara and grows excellent crops. Price
$00,000, and a snap at that Don't bother
me If you are not able to handle this;
could sell a dozen times to lightweights;
terms on -part E. B. MoCutcheon, Mlnot.
To be sold at public auction, June 28, 1810
A 8-story, modern, 60-room, brick hotel
building In city of 6,000, Stillwater. OkL
Best located property tn city. Stillwater
Is center of interurban system now build
ing, has other good railroad facilities, has
atate agricultural school; city is growing
rapidly. Thla hotel has best business in the
city, but the proprietor must sell on so
count of poor health. Will sell furniture
and building on day of sale with privilege
of leasing If building itself does not elL
Inquiries concerning this property and
terms of sale will be promptly answered
by the undersigned.
JOHN YOUMT. Sr., tlllwater. OkL
FOR SALE 640-aci-e Improved t.nd Irri
gated ranch, located In southern Wyoming.
completely fenced, with flrat cla-si house
and all necessary outbuildings; irrigation
stream direct from government timber re
serve. Independent of all water companies;
no charge for water, rights perpetual;
owner must sell at once and will sacrifice
on reasonable terms. Address A. B. Land,
628 Unity Bldg., Chicago, 111.
When you havs anything to still or trad
advertise It In The Bee Want Add columns
and get quick result. j
FARM AM) HAM II UMI FOR Bt.R
ALUEHTA WHEAT FARM.
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.lira ui iiueni aiupiis wneai mini in
the famous Maskatt-hewan valley, about six
" niuvwiig low 11 UL trxivouw
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.... ... , n c ii me muni iinrs 1.11 lauaoiMii
iSoithcin railway ana tirand 'intuit laci
llc, and oiny a tew inlli-s lroin boln. Land
111 this vicinity produces from dO to M) liu.-n-eis
ut n 11cm to the ane una loo ouoiicls u(
uatH, and la rapidly Increasing in vaiue. One
ciop win more than pay for und. Will take
1 per ucit lor uulcK. saic. Aosoiute gov.
eminent lilltt TIi.a I. .1 cua t -... ,,. .,,!
villi make tug monr . 'ilieie is only one
crop of lana; iieter get In wnne it Is cheap.
C. F. lioutn, Box 3,4, IVilimid, Ore.
IRKIUATKU FRUIT LAMii,
Rogue River Valley.
Declared by government experts to be the
nictt perfect Irult belt in the world: srnnd
saeepalaKus prize: buokane National Annla
ahow; has received the highest prlcea ever
I'aiu tor nun 111 me isaw xurK and Lon
don markets; orchards now producing over
$l,ouO iiel per aore.
irrigated iMcliard tracts on payment Dim
ranging In price Iroui yui per acre for un
oewlopeu Una to toou per aero lor davtl
$..0,000 IRRIGATION PROPOSITION.
2.0UU acres locally located contiguous to
government und private irrigation projects
win 00 boiu to liiuiviuual or syndicate for
buhdlvlblon or for selling tracts. $o0,ou0
will swing the deul. Pall ot lana alreuuy
under Irrigation. Produces heavily lu al
taltu, onions, potatoes, etc. Low altitude;
long sunshiny season. NeiKhtiorlnK lands
selling from $200 to 600 per acre. Chance
10 maae -w,uw. for particulars address
D. o. Lively, North Portland, Ore.
FOR SALE Wanted Long headed con
servative melt and women looking for and
capable of recogtilzink a life time oppor
tunity to write tor tree book, "The Apple
King," written by 11. ii. Tronson, the Apple
King of the World. Telia how you can par
ticipate in tho enormous profits being
reaped by apple growers in the famous
Rogue River vulley, without leaving your
present position or reHldence. Address
Hogue River .Commercial Orchard Com
pany, Dept. 10, Medford, Oregon.
BUY farm lands now; they are dally In
creasing in value. There la a limited
amount of land, but no liiiill to the future
population. The Pacific Northwest ia the
present land of opportunity. We have a
tine I ssortment of farms, some of which
will suit you. Write us today, stating your
requirements, and we will mall you full
particulars free. The Card Really & lay.
Co., 625 Henry Bldg., Portland, Ore.-
BUY farm lands now. They are dally In
creasing In value. Tnere is a limited amount
of land, but no limit to the future popula
tion. The Pacific Northwest ia the present
land of opportunity. We have a fine assort
ment oi larma, some of which will suit
you. Write us today, stating your require
ments, and we will mall you full particulars
free, 'xne Card Realty & lav. Co.. 2
Henry Blug., Portland. Ore
SOUTH DAKOTA CORN AND ALFALFA
The rush Is on tor oianley county; buy
lauus near the new railroad auu double
your money in tne uext year; 2o,u00 acres
to ael.ct tioru; $lu to $18 per acre. Call or
write Folland Realty company, Ul Palace
Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
lbO acres, I luiies iruui vvatertown, 2
tunes Hum Foley, ueauutul siiguuy roll
lug land, free Horn pond, cieeas, gravel
or alone, 1m acres into crop, a acrea nay,
no uuuuiuga, lor. a quica saie .d0 pel
acre, cash down to a aoo0 mortgage now
uu the land, a per oeui, mruiucr gu
oue-uurd ciop ueiivered.
uui acies, aii piairiu, no improvements,
too acrea good lann land, 100 rougn pasture
laud, U miles from Water town, u miles
Hum 3 other towns, it's worm m per acre,
we are vtteriug it for $2a tor a quica sale,
vaaii down to a' $4,600 mortgage now uu
the land at per cent
If you are on the market for a bargain
In laud )uu suouid lose uu tune in seeing
tnese. Auuress Walkiin Busuey, Water,
town, bouia Dakota.
a canadian w ent
to za valla' County, texas.
He was a novice to tanning,
A man Offered lllm the use
of 20 acrea of land without
charge tor one year for the
clearing and plowing.
lie planted 20 acres of onions
according to the directions
given him by his neignoora.
HE CLEARED 10,0uo NET PROFIT
FROM THE 20 ACRES, OR $i00 AN ACRE,
IN ONE SEASON.
lie then offered to buy the
land at $luO an acre, but the
owner wouldn't sell.
1 HAVE 10,000 ACRES OF THE
SAME LAND JL'ST ALONOSiDE
AT ONLY $16.00 AN ACRE.
But it muBt be sold in one
body. Real estate men of
long experience pronounce It
"THE BEST TRACT IN TEXAS."
It must be sold at once, and
$15.00 la cost price.
Naturally this is a wholesale proposition.
This land can be readily re-sold in
small tracts trom $30 to $76 per acre and
if tne buyer wishes, I will undertake
The land I offer you Is In tha
artesian belt and Is the best
opportunity you will ever have to buy.
t or particulars address
W. B. MURRAY, 407 COMMERCE BLDQ.,
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI.
TWO TEXAS FAKMS FOR oALB.
131 acres, lot in cultivation, alfalfa, corn
and potatoes; three miles from the town
of Wharton; on the Colorado river; no
overflow; Sb miles from Houston,
Also j acres, 66 In cultivation, corn; ad
joining the above place; of mile to a
railroad switch; party can get 'immediate
possession; will take $60 per acre for one
or both places. Write to the owner, A. A.
Norton, Wharton, Tex. Terms.
YOU OUGHT TO KNOW ABOUT IT.
It's a county seat in the center ot the Rio
Grande Valley and irrigation; has railroad,
canals, new court house, good bank,
school, brick business houses; Chapln needs
people to develop its great resource:
they're rich enough to make you rich. Asa
us for booklet "B."
CHAP1N TOWNSITE COMPANY.
VIRGINIA FRUIT FARM.
828 ACRES $6,600.
Two-story house; 18 rooms and basement;
8 porches; ample outbuildings; apple
orchard of 800 Albemarle pippins, wins
sapa and other high-priced varieties; the
trees are 18 years old, and being located la
the great fruit belt ot Albemarle county
they are hardy and thrifty, and will yield
a lifelong income; 8Vs miles to railroad
station; surrounded by good neighbors. If
taken at once, only $4.6o0; part cash, bal
ance ou easy terms. For further details,
see page 24, "Strout's Farm Catalogue No.
to, becond Edition." It describes other
rare bargalna from $S an acre up in Vir
ginia, Maryland and the south. Copy free.
Station Ktrfs. E. A. btrout, Uniou Bank
Bldg., Pittsburg, Pa.
' CHOICE VIRGINIA FARMS.
ALONG THE CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO
RAILWAY AS LOW AS $10 PER ACRE;
rich soil, mild winters, nearby eastern mar
kets. For handsome illustrated booklet,
"COUNTRY LIFE IN VIRGINIA" (100
pages), and low, twice a month excursion
rates. Address G. B. WALL, Real Estate
Agent, C. & O. Railway, Box M U, Rich
TWO TEXAS FARMS FOR SALE.
131 acres, 100 in cultivation, alfalfa, corn,
and potatoes; three miles from the town
of Wharton, on the Colorado river; no
overflow; 05 miles from Houston.
Also 86 seres, hi in cultivation, corn; ad
Joining the above place, three-fourths
of a mile to a railroad switch; party can
get immediate possession; will take $n0
per acre for one or both places. Write to
the owner, A. A. Norton, Wharton, Tex.
YOU CAN BUY LAND FOR $10
a month, good land, at from $8 to $20 per
acre In Vilas and Oneida counties, Wis
consin. - We charge no Interest We pay the taxes.
Insurance clause in the contract Best op
portunity In the country for the man ot
moderate meana to own a farm and be in
dependent Write for map and book to
O. F. SANBORN CO., Eagle River, Wis.
When you have anything to sell or trade
advertise It In The Bee Want Add columns
and gst quick results, t . ,
FARM AM MAX II LiMI FOR 8AI.F.
PO-acre improved farm for $l.00. This
farm has M acres cleared free of stumps
and under cultivation; land la level; good
clay loam soil, clny aubnotl; no atone; has
10 acrea ut heavy hardwood timber auch
aa auKar maple, oak, basswnod and birch,
no underbrush In the timber; balance of
land easy to clear. Thla farm borders on
a beautiful lake with good fishing. It has
a new irame houso with seven rooms nil
complete ready to move Into; and a new
stable, lfix2. Farm is located eix miles
from Cumberland and three miles from
Barronett; in a well settled, farming coun
try; Germans and Americans; on main
traveled load, near schools, churches and
creamery. 1'here In limber enough on this
(arm that when sold will pay the Interest
and taxes fur five years. Terms $.'00 cash,
balance. on time lo suit purchaser. v
also own another fcO of unimproved land
that Joins this lann in vase you want more
land, bend for our special list of Olber
farms and timber land we own. also our
book ou northwestern Wisconsin. We are
located In Barron county, 78 miles north
tast of St. Paul. Address Wisconsin Col
onisation Co.. Cumberland. Wis.
YOU CAN BUY LAND FOR $10 A MONTI!
good land at from $3 to $20 an acre,
In Vilas and Oneida countiea. Wisconsin,
We charge no Interest We pay the taxes.
Insurance clause In the contract.
BEST OPPORTUNITY IN THE COUNTRY
for man of moderate means to
OWN A FARM AND BE INDEPENDENT
Wllte for man and hook tn Dent. 1
O. F. SANBORN CO.. Eagle River. Wis.
HAVE YOU A l.'ini. vnv. rat.it n
TRADE? or do you want to buy one I
your want known through THE DES
MOINES CAPITAL, the want medium of
lowu. Rates: l cent a word for each inser
tion, 8 cents a line, 70 cents an Inch. Cir
culation, 41.000. largest of any Iowa dailv.
Give us a trial. Address The Capital, Land
Dept.. Dca Moines, Iowa.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
GARVIN BROS., 2d floor N. Y. Life. tM
to $100,000 on improved property. No delay.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
rarnum bmiin & Co., 1220 Farnam St
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Weed,
Wead Bldg.. lAth and Farnam.
$009 to $o.000 on homea in Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co., 1002 N. Y. Life. Douglaa
or A- 2152.
SUITS that Fold for $30, at $16.
VOLLMER'S, 107 So. 16th.
LOANS to home ownera and home build
era, with privilege ot making partial pay
W. H. THOMA8,
603 First Nations,' ank Bldg
REAL ESTATE WANTE D
AVE HAVE BUYEKS FOK
t, 8 and 7-room houses. If prices are right
we can sell your property fur you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 620 N. Y. Life Bldg.
ry ai a uui reniat prupeny, ti,ow w
$3,000, tor choico vacant lot or lots, one-
.tilrri tn nnu.liu i . 1. ualn, I . a I u rw A n, 1 1
cash. Give particulars of property offered.
Address M 2K7, Bee. .
WE can trade any tiling, anywhere.
LATHROP At TOB1N.
D. 2058. 421 Baa
WE will tiade our equity of $1,200 we
have in a flue quarter of land northwest
trom Lodge Pole for either a Chalmers,
Oakland, Velie, Overland or E. M. F. tour
cylinder automobile; car must be prac
tically new; no otliers need answer tnls
ad. Tate & Barlow, 'Lodge Pole, Neb.
Double apartment house, strictly mod
ern, ciose-in. Good income payer. Price
$10,000, mtge. $2,500. Want land. Might take
an automublle. Don't need rain to make
this pay. Nowata Land & Lot Co., 24
N. Y. Life Blug-. Omaha, Neb. Pboue
8 rooms, all modern; easy walking distance;-
price $5,000; mortgage $1,20; give
legal numbers in first letter, it saves time,
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
624 N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Phone Red 188.
SUITS that sold for $30, at $15.
VOLLMER'S, 107 So. 16th.
640 ACRES extra level land, close to rail
road, in Box Butte county, Nebraska; will
exchange for merchandise; rice, 8d0 per
acre; will carry $4,000. A. JR. Thompson,
MISFIT tailored suits $36 and $40 values
at $15. See A. Rubensteln, 211! 8. 14th St
O. A. LINQUIST CO.. 235 PAXTON BLK.
FOR evening functions full dress is the
rule, and to get it made right see Ed Thiel
Tailor, 718 S. 16th tit.
WANTED TO BUY
BEST PRICE paid for second-hand
furniture, carpets, clothing and sboaa
Phone Douglas S97L
Safes One large and one medium slse
safe, atate size and price. M 280 Bee.
SUITS that sold for $30, at $15.
VOLLMER'S. 107 So. 16th.
BEST prlcea for BROKEN WATCHES,
Old Gold, etc. NATHAN, 211 8. 13th St
WANTED Easy riding wheeled chair;
street use; will rent or buy. A. J. Caughey,
925 N. '23d St., South Omaha.
WANTED TO RENT
We Are Getting Numerous Calls
For Houses of All Sizes. List With Us.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
24 N. Y. Life Bldg. Phone Red 1999.
SUITS that sold up to $30. at $15.
VOLLMER'S, 107 So. 16th.
EXPERIENCED stenographer wants desk
room In exchange for work. Address Y 34,
WANTED Position With a furniture
store as cabinet maker, experienced and
can give best ot references. Address
Omaha Bee. S 520.
COLORED man and wife want work In
family. Addren P 600. Bee.
CHIEF QITARTERM ASTER'S OFFICE.
Omaha, Neb., July 1. 1910. Sealed-proposals,
in triplicate, will be received here
and by quartermasters at the posts named
herein, until 10 a. m., central standard
time, August 1, 1910, for furnishing oata.
bran, hay and straw during the period
from October 1, 1910, to June 30, 1911. at
Omaha, and Forts Crook, Omaha and Rob
inson, Nebraska; Forts Leavenworth and
Riley, Kansas; Forts D. A. Russell and
Mackenzie, Wyoming; Fort Des Moines.
Iowa, and Fort Meade, South Dakota.
United States reserves right to reject or
accept any or all proposals or any part
thereof. Information furnished on appli
cation here or to quartermasters at sta
tions named. Envelopes containing pro
posals should be marked "Proposals for
Forage," and addressed to Lt Col. D. E.
McCarthy, C. Q..M.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
proposals will bo received by the city
clerk of the city of O'Neill, Nebraska until
eight 8) o'clock p. m. on Wednesday, the
13th day ot July, loiu, ror rurntsnmg mate
rial and constructing a complete sanitary
sewer system for tne city or o rein. Ne
braska. In accordance with the plans and
specifications on file In the office of the
city clerk. O'Neill, Nebraska, and in Ihe
office of the engineers, , Omaha, Nebraska.
Each bid bt accompanied by a certl.
fled check of five hundred ($V)0.0u) dollars. .
Any one desiring a set of plana and apeo-
Ificatlona for personal uae, may obtain the
same by application of the engineers and a
pavment of five ($5.00) dollsrs per set
The city reserves the right to reject any
and an bids. o. v. muuirs. Mayor.
H. J. Hammond. City Clerk.
The Consolidated Engineering Co., Engl
neers, 640 Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
. . J2 d-7l
The Tired Business
By WALTER A. SINCLAIR
"What do you think about the sane
Fourth?" aiiked Friend Wife.
"I'm just craxy about It," said tha Tired
Business Man. "Or elao It's the heat, I
don't know. Behove me, an examining
board ot patriotic small boys or, at least
'rHotlo email boys would probably find
that the so-called sane Fourth was suf
fering from stupldorous melancholia and
ought to be confined to England and other
foreign asylums for the unpatriotic. Any
schoolboy who's up on American history
and geography will tell you that Paris, by
Its rsycr, Is the only place to spend a Seine
"Still, when the saving of fingers and
toes is computed, we'll find that this
Fourth was not so painful 'lu the extreme.'
It may be a disappointment for the boy
who holds onto the handle of a lighted
skyrocket, looking for directions on the
handle, but think what a relief lt will be
to the many aviators who now clutter our
skies and who 'feared to lake their bi
planes out for an aerial rump, fearing some
roguish person would uttvmpt a little by
playing like shooting a screccher through
the front wing. The conquest ot the air
marked the doom of aerial fireworks, be
cause we can't ufford to spare ambulance
surgeons from their usual work of tying
up late sites of hands to hurry around with
dustpans scraping promising aviators off
the spot X where tiny struck after the
flying machine was punctured.
"Along about July fifth each year a
national movement is started for a sane
Fourth. The nation is in a receptive mood
for such a proposition at that time.
The only opponents of the cause can't
hear the arguments anyway, because their
heads are usually dune up In bandages,
which also prevent their talking against
the movement for conserving fingers and
eyes. The movement flourishes grandly
during the winter months and continues to
occasionally simmer and alzs until about
the first of July, when the relatives of the
sane Fourth begin to notice queej and fa
miliar symptoms. Along about the third
of July all neighbors are talking about the
eccentric actions of the patient and by
morning the Fourth Is usually raving again.
"It breaks out of Its straltjacket, over
powers the guard and disappears Into the
woods, reappearing In the cities to startle
Stooping and Stretching While
A woman who has reduced her weight
fifteen pounds this summer said Bhe did
lt by gardening. "I've taken off all the
soft flesh and I expect to be a sylph soon,"
"Easy? Oh, no. I would not have lost
flesh If the work had been easy. You see,
I dress the part and I do really work. 1
don't have the gardener fetch and carry,
nor do the fussy details. 1 get right down
and grub; and that 1b one way I have
Improved my waist line and made my body
supple. At first I was stiff after working.
But I kept on, and I'm repaid now. My
complexion is Improved, too. That Is be
cause I've perspired and thrown off Im
punities that otherwise would nave stayed
to make my skin muddy. I'm a strong be
liever In the efficacy of perspiration for
promoting a clear complexion.
'.'What do I do? I get up at 7 o'clock
nd take a cup of hot water, sipping lt
just as hot as I can drink. Then I put on
Just as few undergarments as I can, a
khaki skirt and a thick flannel waist You
see my arms and neck can't burn or
freckle through the flannel, and as I do all
I can to perspire, I need proteetlqn from
chill. No thin waists when gardening. My
hair Is dona at the back of my head, using
no cushions, and I put on a wide brim
black sailor hat held on with a wide elas
tic. My hands are protected either by
leather or rubber gloves.
"It Is about 8 o'clock when I get out
of doors, because I drink a cup of coffee
Daily Health Hint
Whenever the nervous woman feels that
she Is losing her sleep, she will do well to
drop every other consideration and give
herself to the task of re-establishing nor
mal rest, says Dr. McComb in Harper's
Bazar. While sleep Itself is still a good
deal of a mystery, we know that at least
that the activity of the brain cells Is in
sleep largely reduced and for the most part
Is occupied in absorbing nourishment from
the blood, and so creating a new supply of
energy for the waking hours.
A Hard Moment.
"Well, Jim," said Blngleton, as he
proudly showed off his first-born, "what
do you think of that for a kid?"
"He's some kid, all right, all right," re
turned Jim, unemotionally.
"Think he looks like me, old man?" per
"Hm! Well-er-ah-hum-well, BUI, I-well
old pal, to tell you the truth, I'm afraid he
does!" replied the embarrassed Jim. Har
POOR OLD PUBLIC
"SiiM herrrce h hag madJ
miccs m the ttgte,
"Notoriety ty, doeWt'UB
THI Friend Wife that
Ile l Just CrT
About a Sane Fourth
the natives. Tou seldom hear of an Inaana
Fourth being captured until the morning
of the fifth, when it is traced by a series
or ruins, sijulbs, burned out fireworks,
ruined clothes and miscellaneous fingers
"I wonder how Ihe Mayor Gaynors and
the college professors and high browed,
editors passed the Fourth of July In their
Jovlul youth. Do you suppose that they
arose on the morning ot the Fourth lata
as ever, dressed carefully and took down
their histories to rend the Declaration ot
Independence, followed by a careful scrut
iny of the constitution, which wss then
still Intact? Did they follow this up with
a game of croquet, march after the bahd to
the rlcnlo grove, where the town orator
spouted some Inflammatory guff, and then
rlbk their lives eating watermelon and pie?
Of course they didn't handle iJynamlta
crackers, for they weren't Invented then.
But lt occurs to me that toy cannons onca
exploded quite as harmfully as they
do now. I wonder! Still, I'm glad to know
that the Fourth Is to be safe and sane and
that only one of two little boys will be
"What two little boys?" gasped Friend
"Either Mrs. Jeffries' little boy.'Jlmmle'
or Mrs. Johnson's little boy 'Jsck,' " said
the Tired Bui-lness Man. '
Gardening Will Reduce Flesh
and eat a slice of toast. It you want ta
lose flesh you've got to cut out a meal In
the morning. There Is no objection to tak
ing orange Juice, but many other fresh
fruits are fattening.
"From the time I go out until I coma in,
about 10 or a little later, I grub. I stand
when weeding and lean from my waist In
stead of bending my knees. I couldn't do
this at first, but now it Is easy. Inciden
tally It should be said I wear corsets while
working, but they are light weight, soft
"You Bee, whether standing or sitting,
by working in the soil endless muscles are
being used and cords are stretched. I
twist my body when sitting, In order to
reach another weed. That stretch Is good
for me. Hoeing and raking affect the
arms and the chest, making the first
shapely and broadening the latter. Indeed,
there Isn't a part of the work which isn't
beneficial, If only for the reason that all
tfie time I perspire.
"Instantly on coming indoors I take oft
all clothing and have a warm bath, rub
bing down afterward with alcohol. I get
Into a fresh set of clothes, and that la the
end of violent exercise for the day. I
walk, of course, but not as work; but I
don't eat a lot of candy and I do try to be
reasonable about my diet. It's a cure, I
assure you, and you don't need a large
patch of land to work In. Quite a small
"garden will keep a person busy If she
takes care of It alone."
0MAMA PUBLIC LIBKAEY AND
Nineteenth and Harney Streets.
Baldwin Picture Making for Pleasure
and Proflt-O 2483.2.
Burroughs Camping and Tramping with,
Roosevelt O 4394.
Buxton Fishing and Shooting O 4668.
Filippl Ruwemorl, an Account of the
Expedition ot the Duke of the Abrussi
Ellis Sketching from Nature Q "644.
Finley American Birds M 3666.22.
Hanks Camp Kits and Camp Life
Lehmann The Complete Oarsman
Mlltoun The Automoblllst Abroad
- Myers Complete Lawn Tennis Player
Penfleld Holland Bkelchee L 8040.1
JPresbrey Motoring Abroad L 9582. a
Richard Through the Yukon and Alaska,
-L 5067.2. j
Stack Wild Fiowera Every Child tehould
Thompson A Woman Tenderfoot L 4T7a,
Turner Aerial Navigation of Today
Whlgman How to Play Oolf O 4667.
White The Pass-L 497L
The man or woman who knows the ln.
est meaning of affection is no fair weather
friend. He or she do not mind knowing;
the inner troubles and flahta ih.ir Amr
ones encounter, and they are tha heat at
consolers to the sufferer who tries so bard
to "face It out." Their Idea of lov ia
typified In the following beautiful lines by
ina u. u. Mocn;
Keep Not for Me.
Keep not for me the brave, bright face you
The world a tace that must not bear a,
But rather let me see the tired eyes, the
The lips unatrung, with corners drooping
Ah, let me gase away the pain, whon none
uui a limy lev.
To those leaa dear your noble largeea-i
Junt your grief for me.
Ina O. C. Kloch In Succeeak
"To learn to swim," I told her, .
"Assuredly one ought."
"But If one learn," quota she. "one mayn't
Continue to be taught" T. E. M,
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