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CITY "noiT.HTV Foil SALE
Hanscom Park Dis ct
2309 So. 32d St.
This beautiful, all modern. NEW HOME
Is now ready for you. Mas 8 largo rooms;
hoi water heat; full basement, with laun
dry, la finished In oak and birch througn
out. Do nnt miss Dili opportunity If you want
fine home. Price. (...
Hastings & Heyden,
Splendid Values in
Kountze Place Homes
Omaha'. largest and most uniform resi
dence dlxti l.i w,icie all tlie streets aia
laved and many large aliade trees. A
splendid place to live.
1809 Emmet St,
A 7-room strictly midern horse, built t
years ago. Haa parlor, dining room, den
and kl'.cnen on the first floor; S bedrooma
and bath on the aecond floor; W ft. lot; on
paved street, all pakl.
1621 Binney St.,
An (-room, strictly all modern home; haa
reception hall, parlor, dining room, den
and kitchen, all finished In oak excepting
the kitchen and four bedtooms and atalr
to attic. Thla house la In one of the
choicest locations In the addition, being
clooe to car and stores, on paved street.
Owner la leaving the city, otherwise you
could not buy this noma at aucn a
price. House wua built 3 yeara ago.
1808 Spencer St.
Thla la a fine style house, strictly all
modern, on a 60-ft. south front lot. In a
fine locality: house has reception hall,
parlor, dining room and kitchen on the first
floor. All finished in oak, excepting
kitchen; aecond floor has 4 good bedrooms
and bath: also stair to large attic. This
house wua built i years ago and la In good
1920 Lothrop St,
This la a atrlctly all modern, new house,
hunt nf the very finest moterlal through
out. Located in one of the beat parta of
Kountze Place on a south front 60-ft. lot.
It ia no doubt one of the best bargains
ever offered in thla addition. House haa
4 rooms on the first floor ana t rooms on
the aecond rioor; hot water neat.; was duiii
lesa than 2 years ago for a home. The
price of thla property has been reduced
Xrom 10,600 to 5,!00 for quick aaie.
Hastings & Heyden,
1614 Hartley St.
riHK AND KAMOM LAUD FOB SAXs)
POR QUICK SALE.
One full section In famous Milestone
country In Bask., Canada, where crop fall"
ures ara unknown. Within one mile of
chool house. Will divide. No trade con
JAMES W. MARTIN. Owner. Joliet, Ill
" FOB SALEOR TRADE
m leaving Colorado and will
trade first class eastern Colo
rado unimproved lands for un
incumbered property in eastern
Nebraska or western Iowa.
Might take a going mercantile
business. Can suit my acreage to
your wants. Give particulars in
Dr. D. B. McMahan,
306 First National Bank Bldg.,
Tel., Tyler 1070.
Basalt; mild climate; pure water; in
midst of mountains; no wind nor dust;
good fishing; fresh eggs and milk; tent
sites free; cottages for famlllea cheap; no
organised cllyue to get your money. Get
out near to nature and get strong. Write
to Mayor, Basalt, Colo.
Very fine 1W) acres irrigated land near
Denver; good soil and directly on railroad
and motor line, surrounded by Improved
farma of 6 and lo-acre fruit and gurdtin
tracts. All plowed and ready lor water.
vi n v. tin ikMl fniiliv whlnh mlht iixchanaift
for rnn.i' inciinia Drouertv or mercnandiae. I
Mortgage long time fa y. .,i?!l'.enl,:
sfaUarOsMl VWIlQi, - - S.VAO iiunom a VI
U ACREa UH LKr8 OF Tuai n.atpB.M
miles northwest from Denver on C.
t 8. K. K. lo Boulder; choice farming
n.i! ft mlnutid irbin tiDencer station or
school, hourly interurban to Denver and
northern lowuli! DiCQty lrr Is ft tin n Wfttcf
I-EVUIU aLKU.va, v.u..
I I Ii..-. I wii i I . k II . -lllura Anl
W . 1 U. 1 - i ... w.w.muv,
orchard, grove, large shade trees around
bouse. Apply on premises uus, semper.
nar, tr r. u. owa ki, liimw,
A COLORADO LAND SACRIFICE,
(40 acrea (or (S.000 (S.000 down, balance
I v&ara' time, euual payments; compiialna
the old borne place of the Spere ranch
fine rolling anu second bottom land value
of lands aurruunding la M to (40 per aore
this land should sail for mure money the
price is for limnsdlate sale writ for plat
UA1GLLK REALTY COMPANY.
' Colorado Springs. Colo.
Wyoming. Nebraska end Kansas Land
(2t per sore buys from owner a tract of
level, unimproved land In irrigation district
(n the ban lius vauey.
Will arrange to snow at any time.
e us for full particulars.
4K ComtnoaiwaaUk Bldg.. Denver, Cola,
(COLORADO Property for Sale U-reoa
brick and atone residence at Golden, Colo,,
11 milea west of Danver; place has been
used for private noaruing nouaa, ia inoa-
era and a money maker; eaay terms to tee
Sight party, uvx zz. troiaeu. wuii.
HOW would you like to visit In Sunny
Southern Colorado at our expense? For
f all particulara address uie Vs eluon-Spelu
(nvesuuent CO., ooa iuvkt, neo.
" FLORIDA FARMS
PUT MAN COUNTY. FLA,
Ten-acr farma for only (). one-fhlrd
cash, balance ow and tc years. We
guarantee the iana to ue as gouc as any in
Uie elate. Natural flowing welia. gnni
draiuase, home markets. Only toilet
from Palatka. carraaay atatiou on the G
bl a F. Kv in the center ef the land. Au
vt our farms are in easy walking distanc
of station and poatoftice. Klver and rail
way tranaportatloa facilities fwr truckers
and gruweia the beat in the state. Finesl
e.rnrtinar (lid residence sacllon In Florida
Good schools, cburcbee, etc. No malaria.
Write today ror one or our oeautuui il
lustrated prospectus and map.
E. Z. JONES CO.
(X-eOI AUsntlo National Bank Bldg.
We have some o( ths best land In the
n. lulus iha frost line at attractive
trios, band for particulara. Katero Land
C ouauy, Fual Nauunal bank Bldg,
16. 000 ACRES.
A SNAP FOR WU1CK SALS.
Florida aast Coast, Everglades. All
aurk laud. Ureataat bargain la the wliule
tau. Nu broken.
FRANK L. BILI COMPANY,
Jai Moai oa au. ClUcaa
FA It M AM)HA.tll I.AVD FOR IAI.E
F lorltln ( ontlacd.
TOU CAN ofAf AT HOM1B
And make 13 If Money
One dollar month will make you part
eaner In nne of the greateat fruit, true,
reran, orchard, resort, hotel and general
blgb-clsss development propositions evaf
lnauguiated In tins state of phenomenal
opportunities. Send for proof of tola Mtlf
tntnt and full panic jlaie.
A. Hollomon. President. Jark-onvllle Fit.
FARM AMI HAXII l.A.ND FOR I ALE
IOWA COKN LANDS.
t40 acres Improved, (Sfi per acre.
JH) acies Improved, (no per acre,
lttu acres improved, (70 per acre,
to acres Improved, 1.5 per acre.
10 acn-s Improved, iM per acre.
M0 acres Improved, Htf per acre.
tfi acres Improve.!, (so per acre.
24V acrea unproved, ft per acre.
1M acres Improved, .k per acre,
100 aires Improved, (05 per acre.
147 aciea improved, JiiO per acre.
The above farma are all within driving
distance of Esthervllle and we will be glad
to give description and particulars in re-
gsrd to any certain tract, reraons rucner
Lane; i.e., ismervnie, ia. I
(00 A-FARM. mostly good land, finely lm-
Dioved. located about 16 mllea . W. of De
Also 16.000 acrea east Panhandle. Tex..
4 good corn land.
A 1 1 STB TJ llMlug uciuin J aa vauni ui4 jr -. w I
and the V. S. district court haa ordered
Mi lie for full description.
lr..nli 1. 14 a II I. f k'lomm A
. . . . ..... . . . . Tl 1 I I
crown, rinitti. ynice wnu uiu n i
Land & Loan Co., Des Moines, la.
THINK ABOUT THIS.
If vour farm uavi you I'M an acre profit
and you could sell It for 130 per acre and
buy another for f6o that would produce
you the same profit, would you do it? Let
me tell you about' an alfalfa farm near
Lteerneld. Kan., at 165 per acre.
John hj. Lander, Ijeerflald. ICan.
FOR KALIS Improved farm, MO acrea
WO tillable. 00 level, fenovd and cross-
fenced, watered with springs and ponds.
some hay land. 800 pasture, nu rock. 29
cultivated, 75 wheat, io apelta. IS barley,
16 corn, cropa line; balance ieea; t-ioora
etone house, atone barn, granary, room
good well, mill. tank, brood house, full
eat of Implements. 1 horaea. aet of harness.
20 cattle, 1 brood sow, DUO chickens, orch
ard, all kinds of fruit, telephone: black
oil. clay subsoil; buildings insured; i
miles to acnooi and ooatollice; price iii.imi.
tlO.SbO cash, 12.) ft yeara at Pr cent; It
mllea to town, no agents. Write owner.
A. P. CAKLKTON.
Orove County, Alanthua. Kanaaa,
READ Thla. liomeaeekers The cheauest I
farms in the United States today are in
the Ozarka of Missouri; lovely climate;
" " . U 1.1. , I
sas ity; lur iiuumi, hiui, uover, i
timothy, blue grass, timber, fine frulta,
beautiful streams; fine fishing and bunt
ing. If you want to see the cheapest and
best farms you ever saw priced in your
life for the money write for our list and be
A. D. ROBERTS at SON. Richland. Mo.
READ THIS. HOMES EEJCER8 The
cheapest farma In the United States today
are In the Ozarks of Missouri, lovely 011-
mate. cloae to good markets. St. Louis and I
Kansas City; for health wealth, clover, I
timothy, bluegraxa, timber, fine fruit, beau-
ttful streams; fine fishing and hunting. It I
you want to see the cheapest ana best
tarms you ever saw pncea w iuut mm mr i
the . money, write for our list and be I
shown. A. a. Roberts & Son. Richland, Mo.
tig acres; US miles southeast of Kansas
City. 70 acres In cultivation. Box bouse:
good barn: out buildings and fins water and
grass; large orchard of different varieties
of fruit i miles to good trading point. Class
to school and church. Price 44,600. Thla U
a mossy maker.
M3-S Bheldley Bldg.. Kansas City. M&
WANT a farm in Johnson county Mo.?
Good farm near good town, school, church;
on telephone sand rural mail route: well
watered; smooth level land; buildings and
fences new; good growing crops of clover,
corn, blue grass, timothy aud oaU. Lowest
rate of tux: carry bis loan. S. B. Sturgls.
S. B. Sturgls,
FOlt'SALE South Missouri farms near
Bt. Louis markets: any slxe: some good
bargains. Write, stating your wants. Free
lint. wuuvtUi iiAaa, etee.viue, nao.
FINE CASH CO., MISSOURI, FARM
AA .i-r. mi a rv, it a nr r a il t-nu rl Inwn B I
miles Kansas City; all In cultivation and
grass; all rich, fine lying lano; . -room
graaa; an ncu, um iiui mmu, riwu)
hm.u h.rn una niithiillrllnns: wall fanoaa I
and watered. If you want a bargain in a
canbeat It; only (to par acre; good Urms
UU Ull-o w r.r.4rvr t rn.
wall located grain ana stock larm, you I
ii t , .a Jk. afiMie fu-m um.s i
tar. rw a s .a si i i a an w .
101 Commerce, Kansas City, Mo.
TIMBER and ranch land bargains la
South Missouri. Morris ft Walker, Moja
tain View. Mo.
10.000 acrea of cholue hardwood timber
land for aaie In the clover and fruit belt of
Bavflald county. Wis. Very productive soil.
Dura water, and where the rainfall is ample
lo insure good crops; will sell lu tracts to
!"!!'. ."i'i'Tl!, feK! n,',".
I csas jr (di iua, autav- s wwuvs wea s
175 acres, best, all tills ble. blaok loam
soil: tine eroo growing; high state of cul
tivation, never remea; an tencea; targe.
pleasant house; barn and other buildings;
fihe wen, wuiamin; value oi improvements,
U-iMO. Insurance, (8,000. Fine grove ever
I u mun m m&nleji hm IHr and aDDla trees!
near house. Three miles from finest county
seat in state; . public parka, lakes, band
concerts, rural delivery and telephone.
Positively worth (M) per acre. Will not be
aold for leas next fail, owuer quits iarm-
ing. Quick sale, (68.60 with terms to suit.
Nu trade or tritlers. Call or write at onca
Brock, Litchfield, Minn.
la. BO PER ACRE
K ana acres In Minnesota s great clover
belt., price, (3.&0 per acre; biggest bargain
ecu WAR BROS.,
123 Guaranty Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
SO ACRES. (J04l
HALF CASH. BALANCE U TEARS.
The land la art ua tad not far from Bay
City. Michigan, and adapted for farms
graslng or fruit. Perfect titles, and will
bear dose Inspection. The above price and
terma are made tw eloae an estate aulok.
If you want a 40 or loore send your option
In now. with (1 per tore, axd balance (e
be paid wnn seeds ays ratumeo.
F RADFORD v"cOMPANT,
(4 Adams Coloago.
FORCED SAI "i-An excellent bt-eera
iarm, au immui suu . , uv swamp or
et iana. sry productive; witn success -
illy grown corn, clover, wheal, vegetables
and fruit: (-room bouse: beautiful ahada
large barn, poultry bouse, tool house, eta:
also plenty of choice bearing fruit. This is
a real farm and one that will make money
for any uvs man. it is on mara road.
eioae nelghoora, aehoola. etc.; oniy about
10 inlnulee mala from the biggest laks in
Michigan where there is gooa boating, fish'
ina or bathing. Thia farm must bs sold
quick and me therefore make the price
(1,400; oue-naii caan. naianxe to suit Buyer.
H c. bos a., alai un. Mica.
WRITE ME ABOUT MICHIGAN
I am farming near Baldwin. Lake county.
Michigan, i came here from Indiana four
years ago and am well satisfied with this
country" I know"' ofVome-rgainl'lS Si.
vicinity that can be had for cash. If you
sometuing to suit you bere or at least
try to, and it mill coat you nothing if I
don't. I have no circulars or liters t uie, so
make your watts plain In your letter and
I will describe to you what 1 can find, then
you citn come and see It if interested.
W. A. ELLIOTT.
STOP AND THINK!
WB are on the ground and have theT T. 4.- A f
first opportunity to buy land at low prices. JTaYnC lU VeStnient LO.
We eave the rent of big offices in Chlease 1 viiiiivit vv"
and give our customers the benefit of low
pries. We beve farms snd unimproved
land, summer resort properly, cottages Jor
sale and rent near a bssutiful chain of
lakea, three mllea from town. The beat
bargains ta Michigan. Write for booklet,
o, D. THOMPSON, NEWAYGO, MICH,
FARM AND MACH LAM D TOR SAM
FOR P ALB an acres, two miles from ona
of Michigan's finest villages; 7 room house,
barn SOmO. windmill that furnishes house
and barn with water, outbuildings, spine
orchard, peara. cherries, plume, grapes;
( acres timber; 40 rod to echool; aoll
dark loam, corn planted, oata aown, all
cropa ate now piantea; span norwi, t
cows, chickens, hay, corn, potatoes; au
Implements necessary to carry on a farm;
telephone R. 4 U.l close lo creamery; mica-
ly settled neighborhood; 12,800, (tflO down;
to appreciate this Is to see it; 14 acrea on
the tmnks of beautiful body of water; Ilea
on the edge or Deaulirui vuisge; room
house, barn 40x44. Icehouse; all Kinds of
fruit; fine shade surrounds the house; this
Is worth seeing; (2,600, j00 down.
GEO. BRIDGES. Bangor, alien.
LAND FOH HALE.
Write me today.
E. r. FREMONT. NEWAYGO CO.
Rest firtft acre farm In Michigan black
sandy loam. If bldga. : 1 mile from town. P.
ARHOKUAST. Hloomfield. N. J.
SNAP Moner-msklna country home.
toek. tools and crou complete; one of the
best 70-acre tarma In the atate, practically
level, lays about IVi miles from town, on
beautiful made road, cloae neighbors.
schools and church. Thla farm borders on
a baautiful lake, an
elegant spring prooa
flows aaroaa It. lara-e naw B-room fluid atone
residence, big basement or csnar. large
reran a as: oig. new De.ru, iwra mt
f tti.raea. a aswa aieo oarrissw ana iooi
roomi lota at choice Hearing fruit. Tola
farm la high oleee In every lespect and we
are making a great aaorlfloa whan we oner
It. It must oe bom quica ana - win
everything go .in tne way ui
sr - - wsws . , - T, . I . .
pttcbrora. v mmu ainaere, au '":"'"-
tto. TO ukk buyer will make the price
M.sO; must Lave iLakJ cash, balance i oan be
pad la amaU yearly payments. Will give
nam IB M
r - r. - . ,i.hiB over ta
buyer la 4 hours. If you ara ready ta
nap the biggest bargain oa eaxu. aoa t
BUM seeing una quica.
THE FRED PARR CO.. .
Box & Plalnwell. Mloh.
THESE ARB WONDERS.
Read. Read and wonder. PTacttcally a
gtft; 840 acrea, Ilea like a garden; 17 aoree
cultivated; balance in Umber and pasture
on beautirui river: aooa nouse. in story.
good barn and other bulldlnga. Buildings
carry $2,000 Insurance; farm all fonoed and
cTOsa-fenood; rural mail and telephone;
three mllea to town, nine mllea to railroad
town; 100 fine bearing apple tree and
other frulta. THE PRICE ITS lis PER
ACRE. Think of 1L There la not another
auoh bargain In the world.
Eighty acres splendid land, H acre Cul
tivated, balance in fine hardwood timber;
T miles to town; rural mall and telephone;
aood house ana barn: A wunuisbill
BAROA1N. Price, tLTOO; (1.000 cash, balance
to suit you.
we are always the leacssa ia oargama,
ethers try to follow.
Bend lor full particulars.
H. W. 8AWTKR,
IF SOLD AT ONCE.
A - - - Mil anil annltt n,lllsMi
a, -aoA hm-
K acrea: a sandy loam: T aorae maple
Oi.JI ilUIUCl. . " W JM m-WW MWMMU,
jo-room house; large frame barn.
Within four miles market ana mala line
Cboloe, 13, ZOO; cash 1790; oalanoa
WATLAND REALTY CO,
AGRF.3 FRiJIT, VEGETABLE AMD
In canter of Michigan; near county seat and
railroad town and fine lake: 10V apple trees.
loo peach trees, 700 email fruit; raises 40t
bushels of potatoes to an acre; good soil;
clear title; -only SSOO; (24 down, $10 per
month, without interest, or (30 off for cash;
must sen; nugm uarow io cow or ew cnica
OWNER. R. 403. US Dearboui Chicago.
No. 120 acres, cleared, email house and
barn, . some fruit, near town, line fruit
land. U.000. . .
No. 40 acres, ' cleared, good nouse and
barn, plenty oi fruit, level, good aoli, fl.250.
No. g zoo acres, rich loam soil, level
miles. Muskegon, city. So.OuO: tl2 per acre.
1 per acre down, balance easy terms.
TUXl EVANS-HOLT CO., Fremont, Mloh.
FOR 8ALEt-4,7i acres tn Jeftarsos)
county, Montana, at 110 per acre, on easy
terms. This traot U located IV mUes frotsi
town of Whitehall, a thrifty little city oo
the N. P. and C, M. 4k St. P. coast Hoe;
s.ttuo acres oi u Tract is unoer irrigation;
waiter rlabu from tha Joffereon river.
About 1.200 acres bottom land, about 7S per
cent of this traot la tillable, balance suit-
able for pasture. Thla tract is iooated la
iamoua aaontaaa appie oeit ana is a
U,00s acrea Meagher county, Musselshell
alley, Montana. (17 par acra; easy terms;
located OO C M.
from two good towns; at least M per cent
v um tract is auitaeia or farming, a
sn r inn irayr sa 1 1 1 : an i aa r-r rAr-mms? a
jood f? iSSSa-SSS
I'Smi. rVnitbd J"1,
MA1V1XN Jfc ITl'UART LAJ.D CO,
Aberdeen, a, D
And (Jb Palaoa Ulg-. Muuiaapoua,
There Arc Dry Spots
" over Nebraska and the west.
means poor cnc.pe. Last year there were
too many wet spots. Now oat In tha
I Scott's Bluff Country
where the water suddIv Is abundant, there
I Is no complaint about wet weather. Irri-
ration farming Is the most sure, tha most
Irrigation la crop Insurance,
In Irrigated country you irrigate the
sou; in tne ram belt you "irritate" your
mind trying to regulate tha weather.
irrigation Is the bond; th. crop U your
Tn-t..tn ,v- .,i .
Irrigation Is tha co-operation of man and
Irrigation Is A draft on Providence paid
In ninety days.
Irrigation begets ambition, arouses en
thusiasm, creates energy.
Irrigation Is' agricultural optimism.
Test These Things
Go .With Us on Our Next Ex
cursion to the Scott's Bluff
I . m . .
I OUlltl Y A UCOUit V. U Ul V J..
Prove Our Statements
The famous "Payne Special" leaves the
i.i.A.w.. -i w. p. an. rv
take you at once to the headgatea of the
Trl-Siate canal, show you the method of
handling the water supply, the canal.
sluiceway for cleaning out the Band, the
drops, laterals and the crops growing where
" f tl.U trip. W. show land
by automobiles and get you back to Omaha
There is a limit
it limit Is not far
tnl,-w .h.t vmi will
,oaaT, ,m" you wl"
ak for a copy of
Land Owner. You will find It good read
lng as well as good advertising.
8. E. Cor 15th and Far nam, Omaha, Neb.
"To Put Landless Man on Manleas Laod.
FOR BALE Improved stock farm,
acrea; Custer county: oioae to station;
per acre; no trades. Bog JL. Oooato, Nab,
THE BKE;J)MAUA. SATUKDAV, JULY 9. 1910.
M HAKCH l.tJTI) rOR SALE
160 acres I luiks north oi ..i.iu. Ant.ion.
Co., .Neb. Snial set of impruvements; go
acres in corn, 40 seres in wheat, balance
PRICE $13 PER ACRE.
129 acres, Fillmore Co.. Neh. Fair set nf
mprovements. All In cultivation: 1 milea to
FKICK l!t5 PER ACHE3.
4S0 acres In Boone Co., Neb.; S20 acrea un
der cultivation. Good Improvements; 6
miles to Cedar Rapids.
PRICE. 60. PER ACRE.
610 acres, mllea from Potter, Cheyenne
ritRb lib 1'isn Ai:itu.
Western Real Estate Co.,
411 Karbach Block, Omaha.
Sarpy County Snap
A Leau'iful home, highly Improved. ISt
toe, tine land; 10 miles lu Oinana, miles
to Suutu Omaha atoca yarda Piiv U
sold MUKk. 41uu per acre).
C. R Combs,
R. om Mli-ll-bratiaets 't heater Bldg.
'Phone L. 2lo.
FOR 8ALE leariy acres in Cedar Val
ley, una luiie from Ceuar ipius, Neo.:
good lium. Adnress Kira. Alice It. Toung,
cedar ivapias, XMeDruska,
TEN THOUSAND acres of corn, winter
wneal and auaifa lanu for saie in large
unu email farina ui oiierman, ouster ana
uurfaio counties, vv rite lor pries. J. i'.
camppell, Litunileld, Neb.
MUST sacrifice lVk sections of the beat
plow lanu in Kimuali county. AdUress T.
Omaha Bee, Council Bluiis, la.
BARGAIN Ul Platte Vahey iri.aaied
Fa rial fcitra good liw acrea; uju lm uij
llUica. (O acivs allalla, SO aciea wheal
grass meadow lu the coubiiy, U acrea tu
utner ciutw. per acie. xriie tiuiua lor
terms aod further IntuimaUou to Boa Na
Ul Ocring, Neb.
180 acres unlmproveu uraltle land. Alt
level, good lanu, in good nelgn ournood. I
mile uormeaat of O'NauL iais u a bar-
saui. Tice (a per acre.
C. '. kcKbNNA,
FOR SALE Wanua Long headed con
servative men and women looking for anu
capaoio or. leuogiiizuig a life tune oppor
tunity to write tor five buuK, "ine Apple
tiing," written by 11. a. 'iruukon, Uie Apple
iving oi ins world. Telia how you can par
ticipate in the enormous profits bains
reaped by apple growers In tbs famous
Rogue River valley, without leaving your
present position or residence. Address
Rogue River Commercial Orchard Com
pany, Dept. W. MedXord, Oregun.
ALBERTA WHEAT FARM.
(20 acres of finest Alberta wheat land In
the famous Saskatchewan valley, about six
miles from tue growing town of Vegrevllie
and between the main lines of Canadian
Northern railway anu Oi-ana Trunk Paci
fic, aud omy a lew mllea (rom bum. Land
In this vicinity produces from o0 to W busn-
els of wheat to the acre and loll bushels of
oata, and la rapidly increasing in value. One
crop will more than pay lor land. Will take
(13. per acre lor quick sale. Aosoluta gov
ernment title. This is a great bargain and
will make lu' mousy, 'mere is vuly one
crop of tana; Deter get in wiuie it is cheap.
C. . nootn, vox ao4, foiuaun. ore.
LEARN about the country through which
Hill Is building to toe coast; aiso aoout toe
land receatiy purchased by ou Paul capi
talists. Vale is we key city of tola oig
country. BUDscrioe tooay xor oriauu, vaia,
ore., at i.ov per year.
IRRIGATED FRUIT LAN Da.
Rogue River V alley,
Declared by government experts to be the
niMl Mrtart f l il it halt in th wnrM- .nnil
sweepatakes prix; stpokane National AApl I
show; bas received uie highest prices ever I
paid xor iruit m ins xnew.sors ana Lon
don markets; orchards now producing ovsr
i,tiu0 net per acre.
Irrigated ercuara txacts on payment plan,
ranglug m prion trout (& per acre for un
developed laud to (but per acre for devet
pea vrcaaras. ...
. ttearora, Oregon.
(50.000 IRRIGATION PROPOSITION.
X,two acres locally located contiguous to
government and private irrigation projects
will be soia to maiviausi or syndicate ror
subdivision, or for selling tracts. (60,00
will swing uie oeai. lari oi lanu already
under Irrigation, produces heavily In al
lium, onions, potatoes, etc. Low altitude:
long sunshiny season. Nelgnoorlng lands
selling lrom 2v to toOO per acre. Chance
to make (Aiu,vuu. ror particulars aaoreas
D. O. Liveiy, North Portland. Ore.
BUY fartn lands now; they are dally in-
creasing In - value. There is a limited
amount of land, but no limit to tha future
population.- The pacific Northwest is the stream an act iroin government timoer re
oreaent lnd of ouoonunity. Wa hi?t a I ,,rve. Independent of all water Cumpaales;
1U uit you. Wnta us today, stating your
particulars free. The Card Realty A lav.
Co.. usury Bldg., Portland, Ore.
To be sold at pubao auotton, June n. UM.
A (-story, moaern. (0-roon, brlok hotel
building in city of (,000, Stillwater, OkL
Best located property in city. Stillwater
is center of Interurban system now build-
in, has other good railroad facilities, haa
l state agricultural scnooi; city ia growing
rapidly. This hotel haa best business in ths
etty. but tne proprietor must sell on so-
count of poor health. Will sell furniture
and building on day of sale with privilege
f leasing it ooiiaing itseu noes not soli.
Inquiries . concerning this property and
tarms oi saia win ue promptly answered
by the unaersigneu.
dOttM iwuiii, nr., uuwaier. uaj.
lJ20-acre grain and stock farm, best part
of North Daaota 1.600 acres cultivated and
In r.m ahullt ti i . cr.. niAn (-An ha
I cropped: . 140 acrea fine Umber, too acres
fine bay meaaow; balance urat-ciass pas-
ture; excellent set ot buiiainga. improve-
I new air line. Fargo to Mlnot. under con-
iUVUUsf TsslUVU (mis eAV,wr, liuuav, W ai ptuu
I structlon, crosses, part of land; some of
Un,t diin n.w iownshin: if Durchaaad
I kfars harvest half crou aoea with land
An navln, ftr mmi1 liaAd: saulnmant ni.v
i be nurchaaed if desired: owner haa ranched
here tor twenty-live years auu wisaea to
retire: land has been i armed only raw
yeara and grows excellent cropa Price
(60,000, and a snap at that. Don't bother
ms if you are not able to handle this;
could sell a dosen tlmee to lightweights;
terms on part. tn. B. atcuutcueon, aiinot.
WHEN answerlrg advertisements In Ths
Bse Want Ad columns, kindly mention the
fact mat you saw the aa. in hi aee.
NORTH DAKOTA FARM
EXCURSION. JULY 19.
Closing out larse tract fine agricultural
land, underlaid with coal. Stark Co., N. D.,
near Northern Pacific R. K.. (11 to (4) per
acre; eaay terma. Prices, (3 to (6 per acre
less man adjoining lands, crop prospeota
in Btark county are fine this year. . Plenty
of rain. Write for dud and full in forma
tlon. Excursions 1st and 3d Tueaday each
paia II you buy
J. H. DUMONT A SON,
1606 Fsrnam St., Omaha.
oiais uiericai and 8tenographlo
BOOKKEEPER. Ins. office. (75.
(urincui il. ....r,.. r... i. sca
or r icrj clerk and typist, ins. or
EXPERIENCED bank clerk, (60.
EXPERIENCED collector. (uO.
WESTERN REF. & BOND AtiS'N., INC.,
763-4 Omaha N.t.-Bank Bid,.' E.t. ( Yrs.)
Land In the - Mouse River loon, where
erop failure la unknown. Hon. J. J. Hill
says tnis land to all wortn iue per aore.
ana be knowa Will rent and pay so per
the I sent on Investment. Wbat is your money
I earning r tne lineal praine iana u
dl In lbs
world, write me for list. It is rres.
K. B. GO WIN. Oienbum. N. IX
TWO TEXAS FARMS FOR BALL
Ul acrea lot In cultivation, alfalfa.
ami nolatoas: thraa miles front the taws
ef W barton; on the Colorado river SB
overflow; 44 miles from Houston.
Also acres, as la cultivation, corn; ad
joining the above olacs: 4a of mile to a
railroad switch: early oan gat Immediate
(00 bosscmsIob ; will take (Ml per acre for one
(17 I or both piaeea. write to tne owner,
I Mortoa. Yi karlaa, Tex. Ternsv
FARM AMI ItA.NCH LAMi rOK SAL
TO ZAVALLA COUNTY. Tb.AA
Ha ass a novice to farming.
A man offered him the uee
of SO acres of land without
charge for one year fur ib-
clearing and plowing.
He planted X acres of onions
according to the directions
given him by his neJchKnrs.
HIS CLEARED 110,000 NET PROFIT
FROM THE 20 ACHES. OH MJN ACRE.
IN ONE SfcAbON.
lie tnen offered to buy the
land at 41. an acre, but the
on per wouldn't sell.
I HAVE 10.000 ACRES OF THE
kAlli. LAND JUol' ALONUSlUli
AT ONLY (16.00 AN ACRiS.
But It must be sold in one
body. Real estate men of
long experience pronounce It
THE BEST TRACT IN TEXAS."
It must be aold at once, and
1S. Ow is cost price.
Naturally thla ia a wholesale proposltton.
'1 liia land can be readily re-aold in
small tracts from M to $T6 per acre and
If the buyer nlahea, I will undertake
The land I offer you la In the
artesian belt and Is the best N
opportunity you will ever nave to buy.
For particulars address
W. B. MURRAY, 407 COMMERCE BLDfJ.,
KANSAS CM I. WlbbOURl.
A CANADIAN WENT
TOU OUUHT TO KNOW ABOUT IT.
It s a county seat In the ceotsr of the Rio
Grande Valley and Irrigation; baa railroad.
canala. new court house, goon Dans,
school, brick buainess houses: Chapln needs
people to develop Ita greet resource;
tny re ncn euougn to maae yvu rwu. ah
us tor booklet "il."
tnArln iOV.N81Tia (.ujarani,
BS-anre Imnroved farm for tl.fttt. This
farm has HO acres cleared free of stumps
snd under cultivation; land ta level; good
clay loam aoll. ciay subsoil; no atone; haa
Ui acres of heavy hardwood timber auoh
as sugar maple, oak, baaswood end birch.
no uiiiierbruali in ine timuer; paiance oi
land easy to clear. Thla farm borders on
a beautiful lake with good fishing, it has
a new frame house with aeven rooms nil
complete ready to move into; and a new
stable, HxM. Farm is locatdd bis miles
irotn cumberiana ana uiree nines lrom
Barronett; in a well settled farming coun
try; Germans and Americans; on main
traveled load, near schools, ciiurches and
.-reamery. There is timber enough ou this
that when aold will pay the Interest
ixes for five years. Terms (200 cash. I
balance on time to suit purcbaaer. We
also own another 80 of Uulmproved land
that Joins this farm in caae you want mora
.and. bend for our special list of other
terms and timber land we own, also our
book on northwestern Wisconsin. We are
located In Barron county. 7( miles north-
eaat of ht. Paul. Addresa Wlsconaln Cot-
ealaatlon Co., Cumberland, Wis.
YOU CAN BUl LAND FOR (10
a month, good .land, at from (8 to (20 per
acre in Vilas and Oneida counties. Wis
We charge no Interest. We pay the taxea.
Inaurance clause In the contract- Best op-
portunlty In the country lui- the man of
moderate means to own a farm and be in-
dependent. Write for map and book Q
U. F. SANBORN CO.
Eagle River. Wis.
TOU CAN BUY LAND FOR (19 A MONTH
good land at from (8 to (30 an acre.
io Vilas and Oneida -counties, Wisconsin,
We charge no interest We pay the taxea
Insurance clause in the contract.
BEST OPPORTUNITY IN THE COUNTRY
for man of moderate means to
OWN A FARM AND BE INDEPENDENT
Write lor map and book to Dept. s
0. F. VAN BO KM CO.. Kagle River. Wis.
CHOICE VIRGINIA FARMS.
ALONG THE CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO
RAILWAY Aii LOW AS (10 PER ACRE:
rich soil, mild winters, uearby eastern mar
kets. For bandsome Illustrated booklet.
COUNTRY LIFE IN VIRGINIA" (100
oases), and low. twice a month excursion
rates. Address u. a. wau neai estate
Agent, C. ft
o. Railway, Boa m u. kiou-
VIRGINIA FRUIT FARM.
Ui ACRES (4.400.
Two-story bouse; U rooms and basement;
t porches: ample outbuildings; apple
.Mh..rf r.f Slut llh.m,rU niunlna win.
taps and otbar high-priced varieties; the
trees are u years oiu. ana oeuig locatea id
the great fruit belt of Albemarle county
ihY ara naray ana unity, ana win rieia
a llfeioug income; tvi mues to railroad
station; eurruuuaea ct gouu aeiguuors. u
'" , , v."-. -
r ace ou easy terms. or turtner details, i
see page , atrout a Farm catalogue No.
W, Second Edition." It describes other I
rare Bargains troin to an acre up in vir-
aluia. Maryland and the south. Copy free.
Station ). B. A. Strout. Union Bank
Bldg.. Pittsburg, fa.
FOR BALE 640-acra improved and lrrl
gated ranch, located in southern Wyoming,
comDlstely fenced, with first class house
I and all . necessary outbuildings; irrigation
iT cC.eff or
owner must sell
II st nnn and will SMrlli,'.
0- r Iunch.pn.
fcdi Unity Bldg., Chicago, iU.
HAVE YOU A FAxUa FOVs SALE OR
Trjliu? or do you want to buy onst
Make your want known uiiougn THE DES
MOlNaSS CAPITAL, tue want medium of
Iowa. It lea; 1 cent a wora tor aoa inser
tion, cents a line, itt ceuia an inoo. Clr-
cuiadon. 41.00U. larasal of any lowa daily.
Give us a trial. Address Tl Capital, Land
Dept.. Des aumiea. lowa.
. REAL ESTATE LOANS
GARVIN BROS.. d floor N. Y. Life, (MM
to (1M),0U on improvea proparty. jhw oeiar.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
WANTED City loans and warranto. W.
Fsrnam bmlUi as Co.. HM Faruaia MU
MONEY TO IX) AN Pay ue Investment Co.
lisa to 110.000 made promptly. V. D. Wead,
W sua oiug.. joui mv --
.rjw i. a.ooo un homes In Omaha. O'Keete
Real instate tu.. aw '
- . - . - Wi. ft., ill.,-
wK V'rlvUV of mating partial pay
W. H. THOMAS.
K First Nation? Manfc Bids-
REAL ESTATE WANTE D
,WE HAVE BUYERS FOB
(. I and 7-room bouses. If prices ara right
we can sen your property ior iu
NOWATA LA.NL NU l-ui
Suite 1M N. Y. Lite Bldg.
WANTED Good rantn. property, (1.600 to
t ami far ehoica vacaiM mt or lots, one-
third to one-nan tne vaius, iiuv ti
cash. Give particulars property otiereu.
Address m an, siee
il arras land In El Paso county. Colo
rado, all fenced, every Inch of It tillable;
well settled all arouna It- v-iear. x-rica
(2.600. Want 8-room house, norm eno pre
ferred, will assume a reaauuauis mkum-
. NOWATA LANU AL liOl v,v.,
66 New York Uf Bldg.
Phone Red 1U.
aia 1PRES extra level land, closa to rail
road. In Box Butte county, Nebraska; will
exchange for merchandise; price. M per
acre: wui carry e.wi w.
K"a NOWATA LOT 4k LAND CO..
SulU U New York Lit. Bid.. lUd
Nine-room bouse nearly new. Will put In
trada anvthuK. anywhere.
I A THItOl' St TOU1N.
aulumobl. f0r Ralston lots. L. Howard,
MISFIT tailored suits O and (40 values
st (la. ee A. nuosoatsin.
Q. A- LINQCI8T CO (38 PAXTON BLK.
fX)R evening functions full dress Is the
rula. snd to get It made right see k4 Tblel
lallor. tig si. Mia au j
ncc nf f h h cf nhlichfTIPnr i- K'y Mint
Ui IUU aitllUIUWumvM C.in 1
BY AMERE MI.
The Boss of the Estsbllshmcnt ass ex
pecting a distinguished visitor a gentle
man of the old school, brought up In the
mint bed of southern luxury, whom It was
the Bos' purpose to treat with much
honor and even more liquid refreshment.
So, when early In the afternoon of the
anticipated call his wife opened the door
to what seemed sn lnipersonullon of the
bartenders' danta Clous, she could not re
st lain a started exclamation,
"What on earth have you got In all those
bundles?" she asked aa she relieved the
Boss of some of the tottering treasures as,
with a algh, he depoKlted the others on the
dining room table.
"Limes," said her lord, holding up a pa
per bag; "mint," he auard, discovering a
carelessly wrapped peonage from which
the tips of a bundle of that fragrant herb
protruded. "Tills is Angostura; over there
are Marlschtno cherries, while those bot
tles contain the finest Scotch and rye and
gin you can buy tn New York City. I guess
I can give the colonel anything he calls
for, from an old-fashioned cocktail to a
pousse cafe. Including all the mint Juleps
and gin rlckeys he can drink."
Doubtfully the 'Boss' wife surveyed the
mighty battalion of bottles arrayed befoio
"It's so warm, dear," she said, "that
maybe the colonel might not care for any
of those heating drinks. Did you," sho
added, hesitatingly, "did you order any
The Boss looked at Ms wife for a brief
moment nd then, like Lord Ronald, "h
laughed a laugh of merry scorn."
"Beer!" he snorted contemptuously.
"Beer I Why, I wouldn't Insult a Kentucky
gentleman, much less a Kentucky colonel,
by offering him beer!" And then he added
bltlngly: "Don't you know that a southern
gentleman never takes anything stronger
than buttermilk or sarsaparllla?"
Perceiving the posltlveness of the Boss'
mood, his wife said no more. But a few
moments later she stole from the room,
and when she returned she wore her best
afternoon costume and a triumphant smile.
But the Boss, absorbed In the preparation
I of his liquid reception committee, did not
Then the distinguished visitor was an
nounced. And tho Boss, sparring for an
opportunity to utter the only familiar quo
tation that ,never grows stale, forgot that
there were such feeble-minded creatures as
women in the world. .
'What'll you have?", he asked finally
when a conversational Interstice presented
Itself. "Don't you think a mint Julep would
reach the spot?" he added Ingratiatingly.
"No," answered the Kentuoky colonel,
languidly, "I never drink mint Juleps. I
know that the confession stamps roe as a
mere stepson of my native soli, but it is a
"How about gin rickey?" Inquired the
Boss, with undiminished ardor.
'I have never touched one!" answered
the honored guest. And then he added by
way of propitiation: "I know that for
years I have enjoyed the ' unmerited repu
tation as the National Bacchus. If I were
a younger man I might live up to It, but
my digestion being as it is, 1 prefer not to
deserve mv laurels-or. to b. rl..lr.ll
iuuuilb, suuuiu my mj vine leaves.
I "What do you say to a cocktail 7" ner-
..rtHH the Bass, still snilmmlv hn.nlt.KI.
OMAHA PUBLIC LEBEAEY AND
Nineteenth and Harney Streets.
Christian. Uncooked Foods
Farmer. Boston Cook Book....
Chafing Dish Possibilities
What to Have for Dinner
Fox. Blue Grass Cook Book....
Green. How to Cook Fish
One Thousand Simple Soups.,
Harland. 966 Cakes and Cookies.
Lincoln. Boston School
(66 Breakfast Dishes ....
Macfadden. Physical Culture Cook
Mitchell. Flreless Cook Book O (713.2
New York Cake Book O 3608
Rorer. My Best 260 Recipes O (636
Bachse. How to Cook for the 81ck.O (694
Williams., Chemistry of Cookery... O 3689
A Practical Poet.
The poet wrote about a man
Who struggled 'neath misfortune's ban;
w no taoorea eariy, laDorea late,
I Tet had to knuckle down to fata
I T mnil.r. 1I1a i.w Via WMti.hl
,. work wa ur. t0 cora. to nau.ht.
The poem went the weary round,
But not a purchaser It found.
The poet, tho.ugh, knew what to do,
And added on a line or two
That never yet were known to fall,
A check came by return of mall,
What were the lines havs you not
Bo good they carried all ths rest?
They showed the man had missed success
And met with failure and distress,
Because he never deemed It wise.
As other men, to advertise.
J. J. O'CONNELL.
PILING IT UP.
lesgot insomnls snd cant
"Well. weDf To be fkprtrsd of
Tils tlocp Is bad enough, but to
havs tosomnin. too poor.tdlcrr
. mr .
Gin Hltkejs and lU-rr.
but showing a decided lessening of confi
dence In his po-ver to pleas.
"I'll have to say no," the honored vlslt"r
answered, and then he turned eagerly to
the Boss' wife:
"How Is your estimable father?'" he In
quired politely, "lias he completed Ilia
Interesting monograph on 'The History of
Cremation' which he contemplated on my
last visit to the north? You know," he
added, turning explanatorily to the Boss,
"Nick and I were boys together."
Just here the Boss' w ife launched up in a
five-minute monologue, half h'j:nTous and
half admiring, of her father's contemplated
"I fear," she ended, "that the general
public Is not quite so interested as father
thinks In the newer methods of being con
sumed." "Say!" Interrupted the Bor, " "cnn.uinaa'
Is good. And, by tho way. Colonel, what
will you consume? Do you know whnt I
think Is the most expressive line In thu
English language? It'a nhen the An.lt-nt
Mariner exclaims: 'Water, water every
where, and not a drop to drink!"
The Colonel rmllcJ spprovlnsly the
DOTrULLYlfTrlE BOSS I
UIFE Slf2VBV0 THE '
quotation from tils beloved English
Not so tho Boss' wife, who burst forth
with indignation: "Ancient Mariner, In
deed! I suppose that's poetic license for
Then with a smile of discriminating hos
pitality she turned to their guest.
"I know what you want!" she exclaimed,
"a nice, long. Ice-cold glass of beer!"
"How did you guess It?" the Colonel
And then, as the hostess hustled away
ha said to the dismayed Boss: "You know
I spent five years In Germany studying
the piano and I learned there to prefer
lager beer to anything else on earth.'' '
"Where did you get the beer?" the Boss
Inquired f his spouse after their guest had
"Why." exclaimed the lady, with un
usual diplomacy, "don't you remember you
told me to telephone for it? I never could
have 'thought of It otherwise."
And the Boss smiled fatuously, being
onca more at peace with himself and all
(Copyright, 1M0, by the N. Y. Herald Co.)
Sliced cucumbers, dressed.
The Omaha Bee.
Bread and butter.
Cold tongue, sliced, with
Salad of string beans,
Rice custards, cold, with
Tea, Iced or hot. Milk.
Cream of rice soup.
Lamb cutlets, tomato
Cauliflower, drawn butter.
Salad of head lettuce.
Many a' fellow has Jumped from the fry
ing pan Into ths fire under the Impression
that the fire was out.
Many a man doesn't recognize an oppor
tunity unless It comes up and slaps him on
Some men are so constituted that when
they are not giving themselves away they
are being sold.
Just because fools and little children tell
the truth Is no reason why they should
monopolise the conversation.
The fact that there are sermons In stones
shouldn't Influence a woman to wear ber
diamonds to church.
A woman may have a mind about clothe,
but seldom about hats.
Love your neighbors. You can always
get more out of them that way.
When a woman' weeps she wonders why
there Isn't a second deluge.
The men who thinks seriously of marriage
Is likely to remain a bachelor.
It Is necessary to strike the average man
below the belt if you want to reach bis
Every young girl thinks she is competent
to write a book called "Advice to Parents.''
It Is probably ths uncertainty of the fu
ture that prompts women to cry at wel
dings and funerals.
The only reason some man are not glut
tons Is because they are dyspeptics.
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