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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1910.
OFFERED FOR RENT .
jf Monaekeealag Room
8l?Mi?4nd double ronmi for gentlemen:
xc ,rA board. 2214 Douglas.
710 South ISth. Furnished rooms with
Iiom cooking; rate reasonable.
NICF.BT light housekeeping rooma: mod.
j'rn, does In. No.. liKh.
) SOUTH parlor, with or without board:
mm...... Dill TV.aaul. aa '
i lttit. et
av., board and room;
room and board; modern.
Til) and room, 2228 Dodge at. Red
FIRST, class room and board, near 14th
street car Una. ' IS par. week, 8VS4 N. 22d st.
1 MODERN furnished room with or with
out Doara. iiiw ixjugias.
TWO modern- housekeeping rooms,
ttth St. r ,
THRKE. furnished rooms for light house
keeping; man and wife; 111. 8414 Webster
DESIRABLE rooma for light housekeep-
, Ing; also other rooms. 211 N. 13th 6t
THREE rooms, unfurnished, parlor floor;
uuurrnwyinj. lavage -tot.
1 ' ." " .
. ApsrlmeslssiL Flats.
e Leo ant a. 4 a so. vroom apartments,
treblow Turin. W.w.t ... ' . I
RVANTnV nmht.m mr vA rnnm. m.
C e 11 latO 1 iMtn.h.at' MtvtA Hat, mA
uwn not ana cold water; wall bed. safe,
. gas stove, retrla-eretor: tanltor earvica. Tha
uunier. aota aad DOdg. Tea Douglas UU.
Two high-grade, 8-room. modern flats
hardwood, ample rooms: alwavs nlca order:
..mors, nooaea gas ran;e, iree not water all
year, ateam heat; walking distance. Sum-
.... ., wniier mure. I
cquai auy ai wsv more Aererences required.
modern . apartment.
FURNISHED ' bnnxatow. "Seymour lake.
f, week. Ralston Lumber Co. Phone lnd.
ace ane Caaejee.
S-ROOM, Modern.' partly furnished, an la
mer or longer, m KM jacaaon.
HOUSES. Iha. Rlnrwalt, Brahdel Tb. Bldg
Houses, flats., CUrVln Broa id floor N. T. Li
-ropm, modern. brlcH, house, north part
oi cny, ia .
4-room apartment,, qlty -water, 112.
l-room apartment. .1917 Clark. Iia
8-room aparfrnent,' newly . papered. 1U
wiara, ... r.
-room apartWent.-1821. North 17th, $9.
I ll Bur
7 . f aT
siur a ouiiaing. uiarx hi., sai
I-roofU abartioebt fop colored DeoDla.
DUIh rv,, .... . - -
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C. M. HACHltAKN- 438 Paxtnn R1U
Phoneal Otllce R-aM. Residence D. 60M.
112.00. One large 2-room apartment first
f lKr home,' modem, - good nelKhborhood,
block to ear and, store. Apply W. O. Men-
aie. is.im- et., .-a at. Doug. iim.
MrT-triiM uaitdtj- ' . . .
.PE?N H,USE-2412 Burt; I bed rooma
and bath upstairs; I rooma and large re-
ceptlon hall downstairs, . . H. B. Boylee,
WISH to rant our rtoma la West Farram j
district; eight rooms, strictly modern t ak
timsh, hot water heat, east front, large!
porcn.' rnoiwu. svzo.
NICE t-room house for rant; modern ex
cept heat 4iM Cuming street. 'Phone. Har
ney , fit V
I.TfOflM innrf.in full Infra fin.
grapes, garden, cblckea bouse, trees. Iisi
rowier Ave.; wok at It. -i.
- NOWATA LAND LOT CO.,
'8 -New- oMr Life- Blag.-
' Phone Red im.
NINE-ROOM Woftern detached brick. Ult
Fnerwooa aval mu. rattaraoo. iw sar
rism et.-' . .
-ROOM modern, B. tld Ave.; good cond
tlon. nw. lei, tlarney Uoa.
vratgn Bona Co., & Bldg.
BPJICK HOUSE, KU Dw ay avenue, f
roclus, modern. Mover Sta. Co., UU Far-
IWol t-room modern, very nice, beauti
fully located, newly renovated. 7W a). 17th.
Webster aswr-,' fi'-
Inquire WH Burt. S'
FOR RENT Just completed, I elegant I- FOR SALE New set - of New. Interna
room, sWl enodern brick house. They hav tlonal encyclopedia for sale cheap. L. iw,
rooms wur an extra room on tn id floor I
provided with bathroom, besides a neat
room for storage. Xhas house are beauti
fully finished la quarter-sawed oak, latest
nickel piuniDing. with toilet In basement;
tferfect tteiua;. right In the heart of the
cuy. ee mem; n. w, corner sum ana .uaren
port bts... ouuoalt high school. C. M. Bach
- an,4iW paxton Bloeky-g: el. Had UMl Heal-
house for rent,
nowata. land, and lot co
Bulla 824 N. X. Ml Bldg. . Red 1W.
( 3?VAJfC 12.fUo' !' ?,'"'
fllriuxJM houat, .good repair, 2642 Lav
A-ritoiii ii nu h. mnnrn ftl'lA rh im mn. ftiA
ii 8rrir'ullrj'iu'uJ. very fine, S
i '. M5t., Benson. lbS.i..v ..
-riv'1ullJu'UM. very fine, Xi Main
:AfIro. Colored People
K , . i t-room nibtlern bottiifc-e, IS).
NiiW ATA Mvli i v i r rT rn
861 Naw .Yuk LUV Mg. . Phone" lUcf 1399.
8-liooms, lLarge' Lot, $12.50
' Ono ,hJncL ..llafrt;);;, J:ar, water on both
NOWATA LAVD .AND 1 LOt CO..
60S New Yors: Life Bldg1.- Phone Red 1999.
FOR ' It EXT Am about to mov In my
nvw house, 4620 Florence Boulevard; will
itiit' ltlv"; preuent . strictly, modern, 7-room
lenldcuce, too. Florence Boulevard. Thla
lb one or tne cnoiceat homes in North
Oinai,;' ifiiunda are lx400 fe
feet, with about
1 - 1'ai lkla.hade trees lUptk to the Ames
Ave. vr; auto barn 20x21. Telephone Vm.
. 1. Klerstrad. .
HOUSEHOLD GOODS packed, forwarded
cbeap.fvalghi rilw; movina and atoriag.
l.nwn,.ni Delivery Cq.el. Doug. k
2213 Mason St., .'r.. all mod.. 835.
1U B..22d.. Bt.u a-r, mod. ex. heat, 'JJ&.
a.iUj,gnt oi., B-r.. an mod., x.'ti.60.
2.oS Huhler tt., 6-r.,' c w.. gaa and toilet,
ici .So. 34U." W.TKr.; all mod.. 125.
22 Chicago St., I t., p. w. and gaa, 12.
jiiu oo. sin tn.. t-r., c. w., gas,
'Indicate water paid by owner.
423 Be Bldg. Phot es. Doug. 4V54. A-1764.
NEW alx-rootw .brick houae,
Ktvft- REX T Modern houae, 12a.
2.'(A tt. , Key first door aouth.
A modern. 8-room eottajp., 1403 So. 17th
EC Open -nana trom I u 4.- 828.M and
aster... , -. j
- Wl So. .424 J rooms, HA - .
Kred B. Hadra. but l. X. U Bldg.
... . .. .... i
IJ08 B. fttn bL, rooms modem.
Isara at., rooma modern.
-Kill bt, 6 rooms modern.
GALLAGHER & NELSON, ' ;
40 Rradela. Bldg. . . Omaha, Nab.
" FOR RENT.
KlyE-ROiijj cottage, modern except
fuinic. fcll Reea bL Phon Douglaa
TOR BENT-Offlce rooma 218 and 220;
n..cwHa office, located la northwest cor
ner tt building- i n larger room la partl
VneJ au- A to afford two private offlcea
nd la provided with I
TliU niakes. a good combination of
ro.m and ha been occupied by inaurance
8-R. part mod . 120 8. 2Slb Av.. 120. .
T-r. mod., choice. 2M0 N. 22d. $20.
-trt , nW..TO CaM wall, 130.
RI SriELL M'KITKICK CO.,
iii JLauwa Blua. 16ih aud liaiuAk
OFFERED FOR RENT .
Hoaee aad Cottaaea cn tlaae.
SMALL COTTAGE, conveniently located
f "M North l&th St., near busmen center,
,1 Per month. Key next door north.
OMAHA Van A Storaee Co.. Back, mora
lora household goods; storehouse. 11 Jo-14 N.
Ittb; office, K . Ulh lit. T-4. Douglaa UW
FOR TIF. NT Elrht.ronm fnndara hauaa.
Ill 8. Sth Are, 'phone Douglas tu7.
SIX-ROOM cottage. 2210 Burt St
fttaree aad Offices. . .
STORB ROOM FOR RENT.
Southeast corner lth and Douala Sta..
Room x70 feet. Possession given about
September 1, 1910.
CITT NATIONAL BANK.
FOR RENT Offlca rooma. 211 and K0; de
sirable suite of offices on third floor, with
north and west exposure, rooma are par
titioned. A wide corridor extends around
the attractive court to these offices, af-
toraing easy access to this place of busi
ness. Rent for aulte 862.
THE BEE BUILDING COMPANT.
WELL LIGHTED stora. Us 109, Ms sV ltut
Carter Bheet Metal Works
4LARQB cleasenl iotv and east front
lurtie. wm Harney.
office. Corner 18th and Harney. aV
We offer for rent the one
story and basement . brick store
room at 914 Faraam.- This prop-
erty. has trackage facilities in
rear. Apply .
BEE BUILDING CO.,
17th and Farnam.
Unequalled Opportunity Orooary aad
meat market, with fixture complete; m
equal. llaarit Block. Apply, t2U ti. JM
DESK room for rent In City National
Bsnk Bldg. Stenographer and use of pboue.
OFFERED FOB SALE
FOR : SALE Household -furniture.
quire at 2221 Lincoln Boulevard.
LARGE quarter aawed oak aldeboard :
2jt iu; aii for half. H. U. Rairden, 4101
FOR BALfV Hnuaehnld roods for I rooms.
Inqulrre U 8. 23d. St., Council Bluff a, or
can ina. Vbz-x.
ltaeleal laatrasaeata. ' '
EXTRA fins Edison Dnonoaraph. cabinet
ana cnoice records; good as new, iv la
NEARLY new Blat aonrano buffet sax
aphone, sliver plated; low pitch and latest
system or Keys; win be sold cheap tor oaan.
i. . w., aa Brandala Bldg.
-. ... nM-rttew. ..'
BUT an L. ,C. Smith A Bros. True writer
B.' F. Bwaneon Co Distributers, iw
rarnain HL . .
Typewriters for Rent1
UK Farnam St., Omaha. -
REMEMBER It take but a few atrokea
" vuw pth w mnn3 mat ,ruu saw ina aa.
in Tbtr Bee. The advertiser wants to know,
of the pen to state that you saw the "ad.
SECOND-hand typewriters sold, renalred.
Central Typewriter Exchange. 1307 Farnam.
. Mlsctcllaueoaa. ,
FOR SALE New ana aaoond-hand hllll.ra
and pool tables. We lead tha world In chaap
Balke-Collender, 40 k 1Mb H.
WD HA Vis on band a number af ia
oarreia wnicn we win sen tor M cents each
Tbey are fine for rain water o ashes. .Call
ai preaa room. sea x UBUsmng WO.
FOR SALE o. 000 shares Uncle. Sam mil
stock,' transferable on company book fo
kw casn. a. 44. avaiDsi. fierce Audg ait.
UOUIB.. M0.O. ...
About 40 feet of Inch diameter No. M
gauge, galvanised pipe, with four -lnoa
elbows and X. This was) used for ventlla.
Ing purposes, and pipe la In good condition,
Tba Be Publlahlns Co.. 17th and Furnas.
SAFES Overstocked with second-hand
aiea, an usee etna - manes; bargalna.
BALL'S aafaa, new. Id-hand, uu Farnaot.
DRUGS at cut prices; freight bald on an
HO orders; catalogue free, Sharmaa A
Mcvonneu urui vu., uiuot, tNeo.
VACUUM cleaners. Hi to 124. U17 Farnam.
Filter, filter repairs.' 1210 Howard, D3B12.
! O. BARNKLL, Paxton Blk. Tel. Red 7117.
WILLARD EDDY; rea-tatared orae-M tinner
in U. S. Pat. office, 618 Paxton Blk. R. 21.
.Kathryn Nikolas, 834-6. Brandeis Theater,
j Alio Johnson. tot-( Brandela TbaaUr Bid.
JOHN DB FOX. tit Brandels Theater.
Messaa-e treatment, nervous debility. Ttr.
Margarita HaJloran. 128 Nevill.BUt, D. 71SL
SwitriPfifrom comblriga, It .50. Mr. 8.
MESSAGE AND BATIIS
I Dr. Rlttenhouae, Room308 Old Boston "Store
Bldg.. 4th floor, elevator entrance, 120 S. 16th.
Rubber Goods hDZJZ JuV:!
Order n A f al-,al. DRUG CO..
.-.v.vuw 17th A Farnam.
MRS. EGQERS ' hrlvata tnrin.m...
home, 1614 Martha St.. Omaha, Neb. TL
HINDOO TABLETS wfll build, brae.
strengthen. Ilk. BELL pRUQ CO.
. . 1 r"'
r l'MTy,Ti,! treatment. Mm.
r A r XTTTVTVT C lrMfrntit Krm. m uv
. --- f tuur.
TOTJNO WOMEN coming t Omaha aa
stranger are invited to visit the Toune
Women's Christian association bulLdin .
Bvnteenth SL and St Mary's Ave., where
they will be directed to suitable boarding
Wavelet-e aid at the Union station.
MAHOGANY upright Dlano lor aala: .
new 1.126 (CASH): NEED MONET;- leavln
town; no reasonable offer refused. Addree
U. at. B-, Ueueral DeUvery. Omaha.
WE rent and repair all klnda of eewlna
machlnea. Ind. A-lWs. Doug. 1661.
16th and Harney St.'
THK BALVATION ARMT so lid La u.f-rf
clothing. In fact, anything you do not need.
We collect, repair ana aeu at 144 N. Uth
8U, for coat f ollactlon, to tb worthy
rour. Call 'pboaaf Dul 411 aa wg
wtU alL v ..
W abater IU4.
from combing. L TL
STRICTLY private horn for. confine
mente; excellent car; babUa for adoption.
Bua uavenpon bl
OMAHA atammrr Ina. Raang Bldg.
MMB. ALLEN ot Chicago,' bath, aall
glow and maaaag. lie iwdg St., on po
lite poatofflc. 8d floor. TeL "Doug. 788.
KILL TnOSE ROACUES
NOT POISON! NO ODOR!
We guarantee to rid your placa, large
pr email, ot tnes peeta in twelve daya.
pay 'When satisfied. Magi Roack
PRIVATE HOMB durlna aonflwamaati
ablee for adoption. Good Xamarttan beat-
larluta. lea tal Ava. CouncU Bluffa. la.
JOS1E WASHBURN'S book. 'Tha Undr-
vcrld bawar." at ail book eioi! prloe 11.60.
MAflNETIfl Treatment. E. Brott, f24
PIIj'USI ur without operation or pain.
ur. Maxwell. 124 Bee
Bldg. D. 1424
WANTED nlca lady, not over SO. as wife
for married man. that has lost wife. Must
be good woman, able to take car of three
cl lldren. Party lives southern part of
Iowa. Address Q 190, Ree.
LEW W. RABER, Printer
Be Bldg. Eotranc on Court.
RIK8-HALL Ptg. Co.. 10 8. 14th. lnd.
MILLER ac JAM1ESON. 1212 Douc.
'PHONB tND. A-2S3I fot good printing.
Lyngaud iintln CoM lh i Capfiol Ava
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
GUARANTEE A oat r a at Co M2S rarnaxa.
PETER JBSSEN. JR., Tel. DaugU XsM.
JULIA 6CHMIDT. publto atenographer.
I2S Brandela. Douglas 4M7.
Public stenographer, 6S2S4 Brandela. D. 4937,
REAL B9TATB DEALERS.
- REED ABSTRACT CO., Eat, 1IH prompt
ervloe; get our price. Kt Brandela theater.
BENJAMIN R. B. CO 477 Brandela Bldg.
REAL ESTATE TITLE TRUST
ll-2 C.ty Natl. Bank Building.
CANADIAN at LOCAL RE ALT T.
1710 Farnam (Be Bldg.) D. 4I7.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
i ACRE WITH
1411 Patrick Ave., a good 7-room house,
with electric llcht and cltv water: all on
one floor; small barn; chicken house; lots
oi iruit; one lot tor gardening; fine anade;
thb blocks from Harney car line; three lota
all fenced; can be bought for 12,250, on easy
terms. -Owner will take a vacant lot as
part payment. Immediate poaaeaslon. List us
snow you mis property at one.
Payne, Bostwick & Slater
Sol Agents, 6th Floor N. T. Ufa Bldg.
BUY FROM OWNER.
t-room cottage, modern except heat, cor
ner lot, paved street. Just a nice little
home. Close to car and school, 2tj0ti North
New 6 living rooma, modern In every wny
cottage, in aouth part of the city, close to
car. and school, for Immediate possession,
24U6 South 17th atreet.
660 N. T. Life Bldg. Douglaa 4334.
Place Home at
Owner leaving city and will consider 16,050
for new, well-constructed up-to-dat
7-room, 2-atory modern house, finished in
beat grade of quarter-aawed oak and birch,
with fine plumbing, hot water heat, full
basement, full attlo, complete in every de
tail. Located In beat portion of Kounta
Place. Thla price Is much less than place
cost last year, and must be sold at once If
gotten at thla figure. Investigate.
.---GEORGE V. CO., .1001 -Farnam 1st,
: Two New Cqttages
S334 and 3338 Taylor St., Just completed;
each ha t nloe living room, bath, combina
tion light, good cellar, attic, cement walka,
60-foot lot, on block to car. Price 12.060
ach; on vary easy terms. Ready to occupy,
Let us show them to you right away.
Payne, Bostwick 8? Slater
Sol Agents, 6th Floor N. Y. Life Bldg.
PRAIRIE PARK TriT.
first clasa In every respect Small cash
payment, balance monthly. Agent at 27UI
Fowler Ave. Paxton Real Batata Company,
D. 198, Web. 351L
8-ROOM CAPITOL AVE.
Clos In, full lot, paved street, concrete
walks,, brana new, lateat atyie, atrlctly
modern; 6u0 cash, balance very easy.
NOWATA LAND et LOT CO..
858 New York Llf Bldg. Tel. Red 189.
PRAIRIE PARK Artlatlo homea and
beautiful vacant tot for small cash pay
ment ana nsiano mommy. Agent on
premises. 2703 Fowler Ave. Paxton Real
Estate Co., Doug. 308, Web. 3511. .
CLOSE-IN DOUBLE BRICK
CHOICE HOME OR
. B. E. corner 29th and Jack
on Sts., on house of 7 rooms,
fronting Jackson St.; on
house of 7 rooms fronting 29th
St.; both modern In every de
tail; must be seen to be ap
preciated; just being com
pleted; new and up to date;
if you are looking for a close
. tn home and investment com
bined do not fall to see this;
key at office.
R. H. Landeryou,
442 Board of Trade.
Tel. Dong. 2151; Ind. A 2161.
1300 CASH, BALANCE VERY EASY
EIGHT rooma, modern, 2 large lota, fine
lawn, . shrubbery, fruit, shad trees, grape
arbor, concrete walk. You will Ilk It.
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO.
M N. Y. L. Bldg. Phon Red 1999
Georgia Ave. Home
A good modern hous of 3 room, near
2Hth and Mason street for sal at 84,000.
Will show you the property any tlm.
Pay ner Bostwick & Slater
616 N. T. Lit Bldg.
for a 6-room bouse, corner lot 42x118
good location; bouse new, but not
W. II. GATES,
64 4 N. Y. Life. 'Ph. Doug. 1294.
N. W. Cor. 35th Ave. and Pacific
Lot 60x124, southeast front; look at It;
can pe oougni ai very iow iirice.
NOWATA LAND LOT CO.,
858 New York Life Bldg. TeL Had 1.
Good Cottage for Larger House
Want to exchange nlc modern 8-room
cottage on paved street, for T or 8-room
modern house; good neighborhood. Will pay
Payne Investment Company.
Entire 3d Floor Ware Block.
8. .. Corner 16th and Farnam St.
Phone Doug. 17U. A-1U8.
OUR SPECIALTY RENTING and
SELLING heme to COLORED PEOPLK.
Tenanta waiting; list your property with
Horn Investment Co.. XU4 N. 24th Weo.
1668. Ind. B 2244.
8-Room, West Farnam St.
Large lot, ahrubhery, fruit, fine lawn,
modern. S.5"0, 1600 caxh, balance very eaay.
NOWATA I .AND AND LOT CO.,
8u8 New York Life Bldg, Phou Red 1W.
CITY I'ROI'KRlt rOK SALE.
GROUND FLOOR SPACE.
There In a large pac J1"' ott the court
on ground floor that will be remodeled
to suit satisfactory tenant. Thla location
la rear Farnam street, convenient to main
entrance of building.
Looking before renting.
Don't rent before looking.
THE BKE BUILDINO COMPANT.
R. W. Raker, Supt 17th and Karnam.
FOR RENT Office Ml, court room,
near elevator, 13x14. Thla room would be
desirable aa small real estate office. 111.00
per month. The Be Publishing company.
FARM AND HAAfll LA.Ml FOR SALE
A OR EAT BARGAIN.
ARKANSAS FRUIT AND STOCK FARM
2V0 acres. I miles from Waldron, & acres
In cultivation, I acrea In meadow; 4 acres
In apple orchard, also other fruits; good
t-room house, smoke house, barn and out
buildings, fine well of good water. All
land not tilled la covered with good pine
and oak timber. This Is h fine fruit and
stock farm; the range cannot be beaten In
the country, stock water In abundance.
This place csn be bought now for 11,000
and Is a bargain. Terms to suit. Write or
call on John D. Baker, Waldron-Scott Co.,
SELF-SUPPORTING HOMES In the glor
ious fruit district southern British Colum
bia for 10 cash and 110 monthly, without
Interest. Annual profits, 1600 to 11.000 per
acre. Orchard, garden, poultry; scenery,
hunting, fishing, boating; delightful, warm
climate; church, school, poetofflce, store,
big sawmill; dally trains; close to markets;
unlimited demand for products. Writ
quick for maps, photos, free Information.
West-Kootenay Fruit Lands Co., Dept. D.,
Drawer 1QS7, Nelson, British Columbia.
A FINE 10-ACRE PEACH ORCHARD In
Ontario, Cel., value 15,000, to trade for good
Minnesota property about aame value; con
sider Dakota or Sioux Falls. Several fine
California orange groves, from 110,000 up.
Sale and trades. Have one called the finest
place in aouthern California, price 1120,000.
Beautiful property will Pay big returna
alao. If you have eastern property to
trade for aouthern California, send deacrtp
tlon. Tradea effected anywhere. Faithful
peraonal attention given to your1 matters.
Insurance, sales, tradea, rentals. Invest
ments, etc References furnished. James
M. Van Deusen, 208 Braley Bldg., Pasadena,
Government lands in Southern
California; well water 30 to 60
feet deep; cheap water for irri
gation; near railroad; great op
portunity to get a good farm
cheap. Call on or address .
420 So. 15th St. Omaha, Neb.
Acres 16 mile northeast of Denver,
fair improvements, all fenced. Under the
High Lin Canal in the Antero District. A
bargain. For particular write William
Hlnes, Dew III, la.
I Have 1.000 acres ot Improved and unim
proved land for sal at from 110 to 125 an
acre, w'lthln from one to ten mile of town;
all good tillage; write me for particulars.
FLORIDA We have million a at acres of
Florida timber, cut ovec-xrm and colonl
xation landa. Before purotiaslng send for
Florida Real Estate Journal. Big bargains,
nlc homea; we can ault .you. National
Realty Agency, Jacksonville, Fla.
Write for my large Illustrated
list of Madison county farms, from
20 acres up to 840 acres, all prices,
good liberal term. See Madison
county before buying. Best all
around county in the state. Address
J. Q. BHRIVER,
For bargains In Iowa farm land, writ
or 'call on Iowa Land credit company,
Mason city, la.
MUST SELL AT ONCE A bar rain on
four and a half acre of good land, 34th Pt.
and Ave I. 8.000 good cement blocks. Canh.
Henry Smith, 2805 W. Bdwy., Council Bluffs.
8e m about Minnesota farm of all de
scription, t ney are priced ngni.
THE HONEST LAND MAN
H. T. BULL1S,. WA8JSCA. MINN.
240-ACRE farm within 25 miles of Minne
apolis, six mile from the county seat; ha
120 acrea under cultivation, balance timber
and pasture; all high land; price $16 par
acre; one-half cash, balance on easy terms;
land la situated on main traveled road, one
mil irom acnooi. mis is a bargain and
111 bear the most strict Investigation
For further particular write M. 8. Ruther
ford ft co., rnnceton, Minn.
(AiuisRO' cnoice ierui terms in a
sure crop country ar the only kind to buy.
Try the man who sells them. Norman
Horn, Appieton, Minnesota.' .
200 acres. 1 2ft mlin imtirh.til nt Vnaa
i.iiy; 8t acre fin bottom land la cultlv
tlon. balance four nasturea: nlcelv wat.
red, fin two-atory frame house; good.
leiiam nuuse, gooa Darn, onus, etc.: ail
fenced with wire and board; 1 mile to
town, achool and church.' Ifor mili-W aalti
t- tier aure; no traae.
203-206 Bheldley Bldg., Kansa City, Mo.
BEAUTIFUL Vernon county, Mo., farm
ior aai, iw miles soutn ot Kansa city,
second largest livestock market In the
world. Beautiful laying country, good land,
nice homes, no hilly, rocky or swsmpy land,
In the corn belt of Missouri. The best
farms In the county, well Improved, aood
schools, churches and neighbors; beautiful
healthy climate, plenty of fruit. Farms
from 40 acre up to 840 acres. Will grow 60
bushels corn, 25 bushels wheat, 80 bushels
oats, 2 ton timothy nay per acre. You
can buy these well Unproved farms for less
than you can Improve a farm out In the
western deaert country. Price 1&0 to
870 per acre. Try the Oolden Rule land
man. I will treat you right. , I hav been
a farmer all my life, and 1 know good land
when I see It. These farms are worth
double the price asked for them. Address
K. k. ureen, Nevada, mo.
EASTERN MONTANA LAND.
Three aeuilona of Dawaon county land In
one block at a bargain If taken In the next
thirty day. Thee ar (team-plow sec
Uona. Other landa at bargain prlcea. No
better time to buy landa than rlarht now
If you ar looking for Investment or a good
i arm, wrn ueorge c. tiaywara, uiendlve.
BARGAIN IN FARM
For 88 days. Special bargain. Immediate
poaseaalon if desired. J. T. Campbell.
THBJ IDEAL HOME" OF 840 ACRES.
situated In tb Big filoux valley, four miles
south of Castlewood, the county seat of
tiamlin county, ttouth Dakota, 440 acrea of
deep black loam, under yearly cultivation
1U0 acre In paature and VM in the beautiful
aprlng-fed Lake Florence, with It aylvau
ernes and sparkling water, deep end pur
"i tinea wiui i uu ana game in aeaaon,
and nearby Is the home, a fourteen-room
house, large barn, two granaries, chicken
nouse, nog nous end woven wlra nastura.
corn silo, mac til n houae, small barn and
numerous small Duildinga, all In good cn
dltloa, with windmill, three wella aad eta
tern, all surrounded by a beautiful grove.
!.-i . . t it. . . . . ... J . .... , . .... '
. v.vw, uu iuuu iviiuii vg aa. rf, t US'
all. Castlewood. ti. D.
F ARM AND HAMC'H LAND FUR SALE
(oath Dakota- oattaard.
SECTION of Oiegory county. South Da
kota, land for sale. x This section hss tim
ber, running water fed by springs, lots of
hay, (M aires broken, l.sO acres can be
plowed, all fenced, one-halt mile from
school, three mile from on railroad town
and alx miles from another; good soil and
the veiy best all around farming and stock,
raising section In Oregory county. South
Dakota. Call on or writ to Charlea Milner,
owner, Fairfax, 8. D.
DOUBLE YOUR MONEY.
Do vou want to buv a enori townaltat Wa
have It Just fresh from tne government,
with perfect title. 1J0 lots now survevaH
and about 30 of them sold with about JO
Duiaings now completed in the town on a
railroad that has six daltv trains, wltn .
cellent service. This townsite Includea litO
acre of the very beet of second bottom
land with fine timber for parka and also
a fine stream of water running through It;
fine openings for almost all kinds of busi
ness, especially a bank, hotel and elevator.
A grand nargain n sola In thirty days. Ad
ares poweu Land 4k Loan Co., P
Stsnley county, H. D.
FARMS IN THE CORN BELT
An Improved quarter section In Orerorr
county, S. D., 4Vt miles from Burke. 6
mllea from Oregory; all fenced; amali set
of Improvements; 80 acres under cultiva
tion. Price 140 per acre.
1H0 acrea, one mile from town, TrlDD
county; price 39 per acre.
A half aectlon. 2 mllea from Wltten;
price IIS per acre.
A half section 4 mile from Carter; price
130 per acre.
A nice half aectlon t miles from Dallas.
t miles from Colomb; price 135 per acre.
T. f. HARKi(UTUN,
Bell 1342 Iowa Bldg., Sioux City, la.
MONfCT MAKING 400-acre corn farm out
from Sioux Falls; nine-room house, two
stories, hardwood finish; barn 36 by 48;
other buildings; large grove, orchard with
apple, black walnut trees; all can be cul
tivated; fenced and crosa fenced; telephone;
rural mall; 110 per acre under price toj
quick sale; crops never were better. Writ
me at once. R. A. SlIvluS. owner. Sioux
Falls. 8. D.
WHY PAY HIGH RENTT
Mr. Farmer, come to South Dakota: atop
paying high rents; own your own farm;
spend the money for your improvements
mat you are paying in lowa in high rent.
we own twenty auartera or land her
that wa can sell you for 126 to 130 per acre
on terms you can't beat; 11,00 to 81.500 down,
paianca on paymenta at per cent.
come here before tne snapa are an jrone.
For full Information write Dixon Bros..
or Bank of Seneca, Faulk county, S. D.
400 ACRES i fine prairie land, northeast
Oklahoma, fine location, good water, near
town; o per acre. uawau, urnveiie,
6MI ACRES. 800 level: 200 crop. 100 hog-
tight; two houses, wells, spring, five-ton
scale, ahop, four mules, four horses, six
cows, seventy-five hogs, tools. Price, 114,000.
Three smaller farms rent or sell. Owner,
William JKarick, Clifford, Okl.
SO ACRES LEVEL LAND. 26 cultivated.
balance pasture, 6-room houae, large barn.
chicken house.' spring and trout brook on
farm, i miles from station, school on land.
11.800, eaey terms. Tom O. Mason, Island
City Stat bank, Cumberland, Wis.
80,000 ACRES JUST OPENED.
Carey Act lands at Wheatland. Wyo.
Obtain a home now that's sure to produce
and double in value before paid for. Plenty
of water now on the land. Alno selling
cholceat farm lands in Iowa colony, near
Cheyenne. Oreat alfalfa and grain crop
gTdwn here every year. Heaithleat climate,
Durest water, good marketa. For excursion
ratea, vaiuaoie maps, laws, write riartung
L,ana co., cpeciai mate Agents, uneyenne,
HA VT1 YOU A FARM. FOR 8ALB OR
TRADE T Or do you want t buy one?
Maae yuiir want known through THE DK4
MOINES CAPITAL, th want medium of
Iowa: Bat: 1 cent a word for each Inser
tion, I cent a .In, 70 cents an Inch.- Cir
culation. 41.000: laraest of any lowa dally.
Olv us a trial. Address Tb capital. Lao
Dept.. De Moinea, Jowa.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
LOANS to horn owner and home build
era, with privilege ot making partial pay
W. H. THOMAS.
601 First National Bank Bid;.
4.600 to 86,000 on home In Omaha. O'Keefa
neai aetata CO., loul ti. X. Life. Douglas
OARVIN BROS.. Id floor N. Y. Life. 8608
to siui.wu on improved property. Mo delay.
WANTED City loan, reters Trut Co.
WANTED City loan and warrant. W.
ernara emiin at tjo., mi f arnam tit.
1100 to 810,000 made oromDtlr. F. D. Weed.
Wesa Bldg., isth and Farnam.
MONEY TO LOAN Payna Investment Co.
IF IT 18 ANY KIND OF TRADE, !
A. B. LATUROP.
D. 1061 ' 421 B,
GOOD Iowa and Mlnneaota land to ex.
change for general merchandise and hard-
war stocks; many bargains. The Mercan
tile Adjustment Co.. Guthrie Center. la.
820 acre North Dakota, land, free of u-
tuniDranoe, tor guou uuaha properly,
Pboo Harney 1236.
FOR SALE On easy terms, hotel bual
ness In growing town In northeastern "Wvo.
ming; will take horaes or cattl In part
payment, a oargain. eoroera at ivoonan.
We exchanae nronertlea of merit, u M
Culver, 812-812 N. y. Life. Douglaa 7A
ONE Of th laraest and moat modern
brick and til Wants In northeastern Ne
braska; free of Incumbrance; must go this
month; everything first class, with a ca
pacity of 4J0.000 brick: plant cost 877,000.
Owner has maae big money, but has lost
his health. This month it can be ex
changed for clear, raw Or Improved land
in jseorasKa, uoiorado or south Dakota.
Harry it. culver, 812 N. x. Life.
. , j . . . . " ' .ixiv i uiii. . . v ii. via. K.in.
large grounds, modern every respect, II
rooms, brick. Price 130,000, clear. Trada
for improved land. Will take mortgage
back on place If desired. ,
NOWATA LAND LOT CO.
858 N. Y. L. Bldg. Phone Red 19
WANTED" 0 BUY
BE81 PRICE Dald for second-hand fur
nlture. carpet, clothing and shoes. 'Phone
BEST price for Id-hand clothing. D. 1440.
BEST prices for BROKEN WATCHES.
Old Oold, etc NATHAN, 211 8- Uth St.
WE want two cars good baled oat
straw. Omaha Crockery Co., oroaha,
WANTED TO RENT
We Are Getting Numerous Calls
For Houses of All 8Uw. Llat with Ue.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
614 N. Y. Uf Bldg. 'Phon Red 1988.
DAT WOMEN FURNISHED frse of
charge, Telephone Douglas 1112 and A-2UL
WANTED Position aa a cook or house
keeper In good home; German lady; child
Of 10. Address L . ue
SITUATION WANTED Young lady thor.
oua-lilv exnerlencd in office work. Operate
a typewriter and P. B. X. board. Address
LADY WANTS SITUATION as house
keeper in western .-veDranxa or Wyoming
Ranch preiarrea. Age to. Aoareaa tv ivo,
rWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
0a Dull re Yea.
Things You Want
The attitude of th German state toward I
It laboring clauses Is psternallstlo to a
aegree almost impossible for an American
to comiwehend. Thla system of paternal
ism si the outgrowth of feudalism, autoo-
the Roman law. In Its present form, the
paternanatio rare or tne laboring cihspcs
is distinctively Prussian In origin and
Bismarck based the present German In
dustrial system upon the precedent of the
so-called Prussian Common law. The
common law was promulgated by King
Frederick William II on July 1. 1791, a date
which aynchronlxes with tne cuniax oi
the French reign of terror. This law pro
claimed "It Is the duty of the state to
provide for the sustenance and support
of those of It subjects who cannot obtain
subsistence for themselves. Work adapted
n ft V. nl p .Ir.n.t h srtft fannMttfl Shfl.ll be
supplied to those who lack means anil
opportunity of earning a living for them
selves and those dependent upon them.
The state is bound to take such, measures
as will prevent the destitution of Its sub
ject, and check excessive extravagance."
Thus, more than a century ago, Prussia
nledvxl itaalf as a state to afford support
to every suject of the Prussian crown.
Thl legislation amounted to very inn
mor than a declaration of principle, since
little was done to make It effective. Fol
lowing the second French revolution ot
1830, some effort was mad to carry out
these principles. But It wa not until BIs
nmh mimM in pomnlpte control of German
affairs that any systematic and honest
effort was made to redeem tnia promise
of the state to Its subject the promlas
to abolish hunger.
In 1884 In A peech.on the subject ot in
dustrial Insurance, th Iron Chancellor pro
claimed the doctrine of the right to work.
He aid: "Give the working man work a
long a h la healthy, asaure him care
when he la lck. Insure him maintenance
when he la bid. Was not the right to work
openly proclaimed at the time of the pub
lication of the common law i i n
tablisned In all our social arrangements,
that the man who come before his fellow
i..n. an aava 'I am healthy, I de
sire to work, but can find no work,' la en
titled to say also: 'Give me worn, ana
v, th. state la bound to give him that
work?" The Blamarcklan policies then In-
-.wi hitve become a part of the fun
damental law of Germany and hnve had
even more' to do with the shap rg of mole n
German Institutions than Blsmarck s great
political triumph-he unification of the
empire with cement or oioou nu ......
In some respect the working classes m
Germany are less favored than workmen
.i ii. Cn via nri or America. They have
in cuiii .-... .
less leisure, fewer amusements, end a
mailer amount of money to spend iur
...i... .ni..i.tnmint or living expense,
yet there enter Into their lives none of the
degradation and misery seen in .......
nor the wastefulness and discontent so
si, in A marina-
t rrtr to ahow the extremely low scale
of living In Germany, a statement w w
pared by a frugal, calculating factory work-
a,..- Inotnarl rf DftlUK J Hlf4i v.
gge'rated economy, a selection wa made
" . . . 11411a nhftUsl fn
that 1' conceded to oe
Income and expenses of the average toiler.
Thousands of families in in
plre actually live and nequlre competence
upon a smaller stipend than this.
The weekly Income of the head of the
..-.il..' i. a49; tha aarnlnits of his wife
end children .are 83.S3; and the Income de
rived from keeping a. young man lodger,
60 cents! total, 110.26. The weekly spend-
Ings. Including everything, .mou.,. - .
. " . . r-oiniBtin. on this basis.
total oi fi.i. u
his annual Income Is 1633 and his expendi
ture IW2.48, leaving a prom oi
t - live within such a narrow
margin there must be no foolish or un
necessary .pending. Amusement, play a
comparatively .mall part In the live, of the
German working peopie. aim .
v. n.nv confined to Sundays, as
a rule they In for few games. Foot ball.
l.ii A.V.ai have lit VIA &.l
cricket and case pan mi-.." -
.....i..,i..ik.m. A. case 1. cited where
a final game between rival club, of two
manttfacturlnK towna was aVl-..u --slxty-flv-
people: - In England or America
ueh a gam would nave Drougni -
. anrtH. Theater and mualc
hall, are lea. numerou. In proportion to the
population than In other countries.
.i .. in inrfimtriMl town, are alway.
owned and 6perated by the municipalities,
Wearing Gloves is the Best ' ' ' :
If I were to be asked the one sovereign
way of keeping the hands white in warm
weather I would say "by wearing leather or
kid gloves." and I mean 4t, despite tne ti
f knowing the average gin win
i But vou cannot expos the skin
T.,tn and warmer sun without
paying for it either by burning or freckling,
and once the glove nam; is .v
will cease to seem a nlusance.
It ) a mistake to think that all glove.
re heating, n cnamui-
-,v.i e veilow. a half le too large, are
worn enough air will penetrate to prevent
the .kin from heating, anu ai me
time It will be prptected and even be grow-
In point of fact, the more a girl will wear
glovea the prettier her hands win De. jn
all houaework. while gardening, and at
night they soften and refine the kln.
urk.r. mm nt nlaht they do not cause
discomfort if large enough and holes are
punched through the paims ior vcuuiauuu.
An external application nightly undoubt
edly Improves the texture of the skin and
one of tho best happen. alo to be inex
pensive. Finger, and to the wrist, are
thoroughly ' moistened wnn sweev wu"im
.ii .n.i then aa much Franco chalk, powd-
Vlt . .- --
ered, as .can be made to adhere Is put on,
nally drawing on gloves. A wees; ot mis
ill wonderfully Improve th hands' condi
tion. . h
vvh.n iha backs' of hands are freckled
h.v mav be rubbed well at night with a
cream md of one dram each of citrine
ointment and sweet almond on, six aiams
of .permacettl ointment and three drops of
rose essence. It Is better that a enemist
should mi thl. a no metal should touch
It, and an amateur I. not apt to have
proper utensils. To use, It lit rubbsd tho
roughly, after which gloves sre worn, it
may ' also fee used during th day if the
akin 1. to be protected by glovea.
Going In bathing gives opportunity for
i sunlight to injure tne nanas, tor giove.
n cannot be worn with comfort. Pro
tection may be given by copious applica
tions of grease, ueing vaseun or coia
cream, filling the nails aa well as the arms.
Over lb grease la rubbed powdered mug
nesla. so thick a make a paste, than
more (re.se is put on, ending with a dust
ing of powder, mgklng a finish not un
sightly. Thl. will .laud th action of .alt water
and these place are visited by the work
ing classes to a limited extent only on
Saturday. nd hindaya.- Contrary, to the
general'' Impression, the German laborers
do not spend much money for drink. Th
older men cannot nfford It. id they set a
Hood example for the' younger ones. 'If any
one amusement were-designed a. being
particularly, characteristic of the German
woiklng cIhsspp, It would be dancing.
Although his wages are low and his en
tertainments frw, the conditions which
surround - the German laborer Ii. 'hit work
are mnre satisfactory ...than those encom
pit: stnff the hlKher-prlcod worker of othr
nations. Esch factory must have a, set of
rules In a conspicuous place In each de
partment. These regulations .are legally
binding on both employer and employe,
but before they are posted opportunity
must be given to adult workers. 1q express
any objection they may have tothenv
Among the obligations of. the employer
Is the understanding that they must ar
range and maintain the working appliance,
machinery and tools In such a way as to
protect the operators from danger, to llf
and health, so far .as the nature nf the
business will allow, provision must he
made for sufficient light, air, apace and
ventilation, and for the removal of all dirt
arising fro the work. One commendable
protection Is that broad gargways must be
provided, and all dangerous piece, pf ma
chinery shielded by barriers. . The aisle
of all factories must be kept clear. ' and
gangways are never seen filled with heap
of half finished articles, a Is customary
in England and Arhertca. . '
Ankle from havliiH nor room, Herman
factory employes' are well, provided with
sanitary washing and dreaslng . Accom
modations. The workmen are more
cleanly and more careful In their habit,
than British or Americana. They usually
change their clothing before and after
work, and private lockers are provided for
them. Khower bath, with hot and cold
water are required by law.. There are a!so
dining rooms, where the laborer may hav
their food heated. Each of these factory
dining rooms probably will have a library
and a piano, and may be usrd for meet
ings, games or for choir practice, .
' Th. TV .1 f a r a lnt1tilt ( fir!v an Y.
tension of the Idea developed by the fac
tory dining room. This Is a large build
ing, surrounded by attractive grotirMs.
which contains a large festival hall suited
for all sorts of social functions, committee
meetings or rehearsals pt choral .ocletie..
One large room la used M a kindergarten
and handwork school. Similar rooms ar
devoted to giving manual training to hoy.
and cooking lesson, to stria.
Under the same roof are modern baths,
the showers being free, and hot baths,
costing only 6 cents. There 1. also a mod
em steam laundry, which does all the work
for the family of any working man for
10 cents a week. The "Welfare Institute
originated with the municipality, but th
private firm, of Germany ar how begin
ning to support it. and the liberal spirit
It represents is destined to- play an Im
portant part In German Industrial life.
The worklngman'. obllgatpr-. Insurance
law provides that each firm establish a
fund, to which the employer contribute
one-third and the working people" two
thirds, the rate of contribution-being 8V
per cent of the wages earned. The benefit
are sick pay for members for twertty-l
week to the extent of half the average
waa-es. Including medical attendance, drug
and free hospital service.
A half rate Is made .to the families of an
members. The scheme Includes a pro
vision for, funeral expenses, .and an allow
ance for widow and orphan, o that pro
tection Is made against almost any con
tingency that might arise tn the lives of
the worker. .
There 1 also a compulsory savings bank,
to which all the people in the factor must
contribute. Married men deposit S per
cent of their wages, and unmarried men 10
per cent, unless they have mothers or
sister dependent upon thro, In which case
they pay the aame aa If they had wive.
Each laborer must .allow hi. . savings to
accumulate untn they . hive reached th
sum of $n00; after that he 1 free to ue
hi. wages as he pleases This, nest egg
can only be disturbed, for the purchase of
a house or for furnishing a house in case ojj
marriage. Six per cent interest 1. paid ot
all deposits In piee'e.' compulsory iavtngi
bank. . . .' ' .
BT FBESSSUQ XARKXIf.
to Keep Hands .White
for some Ume, but will com off easily la
warm, fresh water, with soap.
, MARGARET MIXTER.
. For poultry -game, orange salad will
be found particularly delieiou. Tart, Juloy
orange, should be alieed and the seed re
moved. Arrange In a salad dish with or
without lettuce and dress with lemon juice,
salad oil a sprinkling of.ealt and a desk)
of cayenne. .'.
A Morribl Heath
re.ult. from decaying lungs. Cur Cough.
and Weak Lungs" with Dr. Klpg . New
Discovery. 60c and 81.00. For le b
Beaton Drug Co, . .
I erslstent Advertising is .the Road to
Big Returns. '
United Hlates of America, District of N
traska. unialm Division, as.:
Whereas, A lfbel has been 'filed In the
district court of the United States for the
District of Nebraska.. Umaha division, on
the Uth day of August, 110, by F, 8.
Howell, United Stat attorney for the
diatriot ot Nebraska on behalf of the aaM
l ilted NtRte, . is. lllii.A'it, avalnst tme
hundred and fifty thoiui..nd (mure or leas)
Ice cream cones, - and praying .the usual
process and monition of th court, that el
persons Interested In said one hundred sn
fifty thousand (more or less) ice erean
cones may be cited to appear and answei
the premtnee, and that all due proceeding)
being had the alJ.prie hundred and flft
thousand (more or lens) ice ortam oonea
may be decreed to be. seized for conf lsca
tlon and condemnation, and that the sarin;
may be condemned at being adulterated It
violation of and within the meaning of thi
act of congress of June i 1MS, and thai
th .am may be disposed of by dcetruo
tlon or tale aa the court may direct.
Therefore, lo pui.iiahce of said' mont
tlon, under the aru) . of aaW court, to mi
dliected and delivered on the Uth day a
August. 1U10, I do hereby give notice gen
erally untu all. peraona. having or pretend
ing to have any right, title or interest 41
said one hundred and fifty thousand (mop
or less) ice cieam cones, to appear befon
the eald court, m th city of Omaha. In sail
district, on th 12iB day of KertUmber, 3S1
next (If it be a court day, or else on thi
next court day thereafter),', at, 10 o'clock ll
tin- forenoon ct said day. then and then
to answer the suld libel and lo maae knowi
their allrgutluns In that behalf. Dated a
O-miha, In said dlHiiut.'' this 17th day o
AUKuxt. l'MO. Wm. P. Warner. II. H. Mai
alial for th District of Nebraska.
A IS to el Is
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