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FOR FRI'IT nil farm piipnM. vr
In ahiin'lant and nater HrIki are pprptiil.
1 to $IM) pr a ere. SptuI fur frw (1'rlp-
Ive pnmphlrt. Idaho Irrigated Intiin Co.,
ain in Idaho
Improved Irrigated and Sub-Irrigated Ftock.
Dairy and Grain Farm $fiO prr Acre.
$10 Down and I5.5S annually to 1919.
tn Tracta of 40 Acres, SO Acrea or More.
71? Acrea or aub-divlalona of 117 acrex, 15
rrea or 240 acrea In the beautiful Wood
Klver valley. Finest aoll In Idaho. Every
acre level and tillable. Old water rights,
10-room houne, stable, mainery, railroad
two miles. Fine, hard highways, alfalfa and
(rain fields heavy. Exceptional range ad
vantages. Murroundlng values much higher.
Address, Box 83, Hurley, Idaho.
AD R. E. LOANS
bco to Gfo
PRIVATE MONEY NO DELAY.
Third Floor New York Life.
'Phone Douglas 952.
YOU must get rich. If you do get rich
at all, by using the same methods that
have mailit other men rich.
You can't make vour own efforts count
for enough to mer Het very far ahead of
ine Diggtut rellowa that you know; much
less of those you simply hear about.
FRANK RIFsLETT, ALBION, IDAHO,
for Information on how to make your
mioney earn most.
NINE TON ALFALFA
TO THE ACRE
You get this In the Twin Falls coun
try of southern Idaho. 240,000 acres
of the most fertile land that lies out
of doors. A smiling land, a land to
"MAKE GOOD" In, a land wherein to
make a beautiful home. . Write to
J. F. Stoltz. Secretary Twin Falls Com
mercial Club, Twin Falls, Idaho. Send
10 cents for the big book of views.
EASTERN MONTANA LAND.
Three aectlona of Dawaon county land In
one block at bargain if taken In the next
thirty daya. These are steam-plow sec
tions. Other lands at bargain prices. No
better time to buy lands than right now.
If you are looking for investment or a good
farm, writ George C. tiayward. Ulendlve
Z40-ACRB farm within 26 miles of Minne
apolis, six miles from the county seat; has
I'M acres under cultivation, balance timber
and pasture; all high land; price $1S per
ere; one-half cash, balance on easy terms;
land la situated on main traveled road, one
mile from school. Thla is a bargain and
will bear the most strict Inve.tigatlon.
For further particulars write M. 6. Kutliei
ford Co., Princeton. Minn.
Bee me about Minnesota farms of ail de
scriptions, 'they are priced nwnL
T1IK HUNKST L.SU MAS
IL T. HUi-LlS. WASECA. MINN.
200 acres, 12b miles suutneast of Kansait
City; S6 acres fine bottom land In cultiva
tion, balance four pastures; nicelv wat
ered, line two-story irame house'; good
tenant bouse, good barn, cribs, etc.; all
fenced witn wne and boaia; X mile to
town, school and cnurcb. f or quick sale
u per acre; nu trade.
202-206 Sheldiuy bidg., l.misas City. Mo.
LUbTfc.. I.lglity-aoie farm, $1,750; 1,000
boibs iinioer lajui, e.,j acre. Mcurath,
Mountain View, Mo.
Southeastern Missouri lands, best values
oui uiuiiey; gouu clops, iniut climate,
Hundred acre Current liver bottom furm,
fine land, no overflow; tweuty-lo hundred
Hundred thirty acre creek bottom farm,
mall improvements, fine open ranch; six
teen hundred dollaia.
Twenty acre good home; five hundred
Forty acre farm, springs, seven hundred
Eighty acre level farm; fourteen hun-
All these near county seat.'
;'1 acre stock and wram tarm, excellent
fiver bottom land, liood buildings, fine
white oak timber; loity-nve humued dol
lars. 4uu acre river bottom farm, all level,
good Improvements, aoout iou acres In cul
tivation, balance large tlinbur, mostly
white oak; twelve thousand dollars.
Write for lists and booklet desci iblng our
great bargains. ivnyOol Land Co., Doni
BEAUTIFUL Vernon county. Mo., faiun
for sale, 100 nillea south of ICan.ius City,
second largest livestock inaikcl in the
World, bcuutilu! Uyiut: country. ood land,
alee homes, no hillj, locky or swampy land,
fcn the corn belt ol Mioun tne ueil
farms lu the county, well improved, k'ooO
schools, churches and neighbors; beautiful
healthy climate, plenty of unit. iainn
from 40 acres up to tio hcivs. W ill k'uw
bushels corn, ii bushels u neat, it) ousheis
oats, t ton timothy nay i. r aciv. You
ran buy these well Improved larui for leu
than you can improve a farm out in the
western desert country. price $50 to
7 per acre. Try the Gulden Rule land
man. I will tret )ou r:j;lit. 1 have been
a farmer all my life, and I know i;ood land
when 1 see It. These farm are wortit
double the price ked for them. Addres
fc. N. Green. Nevada. XIo.
BAHOA1N IN FARM
For M days epeclnl bar.; tin ImmeOiat.
tonseulon If dealied. J. T. Campbe.i.
Jtchfleld. Nb. .
4-fO-ACRE ell Improved Greeley countv
farm; all good land. $..2.50 an aero for i;uitk
sale. Rat-y term.
3.600-acio Improved Nebraska stock ranch,
S miles; running water; bit) acres valley;
plenty hay, $14,400. 1 advertlxe only bar
gains. W. W. MITCHELL,
Board of Trad Bidg.. Oi.ial.d. Neb.
Would you buy 160 acres level second bot
tom land with black soli, 60 miles from
Omaha, at $."& per acre. If you believed It
would double In prlc In $ to $ years? If
so ask us tor description. $3,750 cash re
quired. J. H. DUMONT & SON, .
Fkon: Douglas 60. 160$ Farnaai fit.
FARM AKU RANCH LAND FOIt AI.B
Nebraska 4 nn tin aed.
HA I i IAIN 10-acre tract suitable for
poiiliry; large ,barn and outbiilldlng?i; all
new; HiriMl) fruit, farm Implements, cow.
poultry, 3 Incubators and broodo-s; two
mllen norlhweot of Ilenson. $:t,0((0. Tel.
Henson No trades.
FOIt 8AI,E i acres nmooth fertile land
hardly two miles from town, In Nebraska,
on main line of railroad; good productive
soil; tan he cropped flrnt season. Price
light. Terms right. Address, Ixek Box 6,
A 920-ACRE ranch for sale near Alliance,
Neb.; nearly all corn land. O. F. Wyland.
WEII Improved 480-acre Greeley county,
Neb., farm; the best bargain In the state;
only I32.0O an acre; ask nbnnt thla.
W. W. MITCHELU,
Board of Trade Itldg.
Farm Bargains Near
160 acrea good land, highly improved,
mostly level, very cheap.
160 acrea rolling land, highly Improved; no
better location. Priced to sell.
20-acre tract, fifteen minutes' walk of In-
terurban car line, 12,000.00 takea It.
40-acre fruit farm, well Improved.
for price and terms.
103-acre farm, fifteen miles of Omaha,
and one-half mile small town;
improvements. Price for short time, 190.
ISO-acre valley farm, well improved, good
land; 20 acres alfalfa. Price, quick sale,
1(10 acres ently rolling land; all tillable ex
cept 6 acres timber; fair Improvements.
A rar bargain at 175 per acre.
220 acres table land, all tillable, good, very
choice farm, good Improvements; only
two and one-half miles to town. Price,
1140 per acre.
C. R. Combs
Rooms SOT and 811 Brandeis Theater Bidg.,
Phone D. 3918.
A 920-ACRE ranch for sale near Alliance,
Neb. Nearly all corn land. O. P. Wyland,
tlght; two uouses, wells, spring, five-ton
scale, snop, lour mules, lour horses, six
cows, seventy-five hogs, tools. Price, S14.000.
Three smaller farms rent or sell. Owner.
William ilarlck, Clifford. Okl.
A BAKGAIN Bogtie River Valley Com
merclal apple orchard, 22 acres, close to
town, ,t0. Terms. Rlggs-Lucas Lrftnd
company, urant Pass, Ore.
ADVANTAGES OF OREGON.
32-page book explaining what each
of the 34 counties Is adapted for;
giveB amount of government land open
to homestead In each county; map at
tached 21x28, showing new railroad
and towns, including eastern and cen
tral Oregon In different colors; Issued
March 1, 1910; latest map in U. S.;
gives homestead and desert claim
laws, how to secure' 32 0 or 160 acres
free; also general description of Ore
gon. Mailed 25c. Nlmmo & Runey,
313 Hamilton Bidg., Portland, Ore.
THE IDEAL HOME" OF 640 ACRES,
situated lu the Big Sioux valley, four miles
south of Castlewood, the county seat of
Hamlin county, South Dakota, tuyeres of
deep black loam, under yearly cultivation;
leO acres lit pasture and 100 In the beautiful
spring-fed Lake Florence, with Its sylvan
scenes and sparkling walera, deep and pure
and filled with fisb and game in season
and nearby Is the home, tuurteen-rooni
house, large barn, two aranarles, chicken
house, hog bouse and woven wire pasture,
corn- silo, machine house, small bain and
numerous small buildings, all In good con
dition, with windmill, three wells and ci
tern, ail surrounded by a beautiful grove
Price, $,0uu, on good terms, by M. J. Rus
sell, Castlewood. S. D.
FARMS IN THE CORN BELT
An Improved quarter section In Gregory
county, A. D., 4V miles from Burke, 6V
miles from Gregory; ail fenced; small set
of improvements; 80 acres under cultiva
tion, puce $40 per acre.
1C0 acres, one mile from town, Tripp
county; price $39 per acre.
A halt section, 1 miles from Witten-.
price t-ia per acre.
A half section 4 miles from Carter; prlc,
t"0 per acre.
- A nice half, section 8 miles from Dallas
$ miles from Colomb; price $36 per acre.
T. r . HARRINUTUN,
Bell 1342 Iowa bidg., bloux City, la.
MO MOV MAKING 400-a ore corn farm out
from Mioux Falls; nine-room house, two
ttorie. hardwood finish; barn M by 46;
other buildings; large grove, orchard with
xpples. black walnut trees; all can be cul
tivated: fenced and cross fenced: telephone;
lurul mail; $10 per acre under price for
nu'.ck aale; cropa never were better. Write
me at once. R, A. Bllvlus, owner, Slour
halls, . D.
DEEDED frontier lands, relinquishments
town property, business chances and detail
Inioi n.utiou regarding the (Handing Rock
Indian reservation. Reference, Mcintosh
hlate Bank, address Great Western Land
& Loan Co., Mcintosh, t. D.
SECTION of Gregor county, South Da
noia. iuiiu ior sale. This section baa um
ber. running water fed by springs, lots of
nay, ui acres broken, ISO acres can
plowed, all fenced, -one-half mils from
cnuol, thi us miles from one railroad town
and six miles from another; good soil and
tnu very beat all around farming and atock
ralhing av-ctlon In Gregory county, 8outu
Dakota. Call on or writs to Charles Miliie
o tier, Kan lax, 6. D.
DOUBLE YOUR MONEY.
Do you want to buy a good toenails? W
have It Juaj fresa from um government.
Willi perfect lulu. 1M lots now surveyed
and kbotii M of them sold with about M
bu;:li,4 now completed in the town on a
rainoud ti n; ha six tl-illy trains, wltn ex
cellent tvivice 'l ln.i lownsil Includes iv
ocira : the very nest et second bottom
land Cmu ,i,noer for parks and also
a (li e -U'k'.i. ,,t water tunning liuougli it;
f:nu i i'i-u.tiai. (ji- aimo4t all kinds of oust
"e-fc. f- ;:lll V a U4HK. hotel ana eivwi
A grand i.-i'ti'o if cold In i.iiny day, ad
drita I'om-.i l-.i.i I in Co.. i'oweil
BUii.c . ou.uy. S. D.
tVHI i'AV HIGH RENT?
Mr. Fanner, ,.oni to aoutu Dakota; stop
paying lfii nuts; own your own farm;
spi-nd Uw uioney fur your improvement!,
tost you are palng in Iowa In man rani.
v own twenty quarters of laud her
that van sell you lor $ to $3u per acre
uu term uu can't oeat; $l,vd to UmM duua
balancu uu payioenu at 6 per cent.
Come here before the snap ie all gont
For full Information writ Dixon Bro ,
or Bask Of aeueca. FaU lount, a. O.
FAtlM AND HAXII LAND FOR BALE
FOR 8AI.E S0 aorea In Laaatle county,
Texaa, In artesian belt. New railroad con
structed within mile land. .Station 2 '-4
miles. Address Owner, P. O. Box CTI.
L.EKS, TEX. New town In GUsmock
county, center 25,U)0 acres flnent farming
land, now being colonized; no Irrigation;
best of soil; Ideal climate; altitude 2.3uu
fevt; pure water; best class people from old
suites settling and developing; opening,
mvi-cantile firms. Townslte ajid land sales
men wanted. Lee-Noriia Co., Les, Tex.
TEXAS School Lands Several hundred
thousand acres coming on market monthly
as ranchmen's lease expires, for sale by
state, tl to Jo per acre; terms, one-fortieth
down, bahtnee forty years; good farming
and fruit lands, fend 8c postage for fur
ther Information. Journal Publishing Com
pany, Houston, Tex.
SO ACRES LEVEL, LAND, 36 cultivated,
balance pasture, 8-room house, largeebarn,
chicken house, spring and trout brook on
farm, I miles from station, school on land.
11.800, easy terms. Tom O. Mason, Island
City State bank, Cumberland, Wis.
10,000 ACRES JUST OPENED.
Carey Act lands at Wheatland. Wyo.
Obtain a home now that's aura to .produce
and double in value before paid for. Plenty
or water now on tne land. Also selling
choicest farm lands In Iowa colony, near
Cheyenne. Ureat alfalfa and grain cropa
grown here every year. Healthiest climate,
purest water, good markets. For excursion
rates, valuable maps, laws, write Hartung
Land Co., Special btate Agents, Cheyenne,
fiAVR YOU A FARM FOR BALB Ott
TRADE T Or do you want te buy one?
MsKe your want known through THE Di4
MOINE" CAPITAL, the want medium ot
Iowa: Rates: I cent a word for each Inser
tion. I cenis a me. 70 cents an inch. Cir
culation. 41.000; largest of any Iowa dally.
Otve us a trial. Address The Capital, Lau4
Dept.. Des Moines, Iowa.
GILLETTE blades resharper.ed, 26c dozen
lBo half dozen, 2Vo each. Mail them to
Hawey & Co., Box 70i. umana, .'itu.
$3,500 Stock General Merchan
dise. 35 mllesfrom railroad, $50 a day business,
located on 960-acre well Improved ranch.
Sell stock at cost and rent ranch with
bldgs. for $3,000 a year. Take good residence
in exchange to $3,000. Want to retire.
$3,500 stock hardware, store buildings and
realdence for a good, little farm near town.
A VERY FINE LARGE RESIDENCE,
strictly modern and In one of the best res
idence districts. Want a good farm well
Strictly modern, nearly new, 8-room res
idence, close in, want small farm near
480 ACRES IMPROVED western Ne
braska land. Every foot smooth farm land.
Want Omaha residence.
W. W. MITCHELL,
Board of Trade Bidg., Omaha, Keb.
SMALL atock groceries to exchange for
South Dakota land. J. H. Parrotte, Board
of Trade Bidg.
FOR anything worth $15,000, my finely Im
proved farm on the Nor'.h Platte Valley.
Address the owner, Ralph J. Pugsley, 1522
Georgia Ave., Omaha.
Real eertate In the Gulf Coast. Coun
try of Texas 400 acres fine orange
and fig and vegetable land, all
prairie, well drained, 8 miles south
west of Houston, Tex.: 1.200 acres timber
and, 40 miles northeast of Houston. Thla
fine level land and will arrow all kind
of crops adapted to the south. There Is
S.000,000 feet of saw timber ready to cut on
this land. The timber alone is worth more
than we ask for the land.
A fine 10-room house, with basement and
umace: 10 large lots, with oranae flu.
banana and fine shade trees. This Is a
dandy for a home or investment for anyone
wno wants a lovely nome in a gwd climate.
Price, $63,000; mortgage. $20,000. Will trade
equity for Income property in Denver,
Kansas City or Omaha.
J. G. HOLfl .INGiSWORTH, OWNER,
FOR a quick exchange and easv terms
see Shopen, 620 Paxton, block. Tel. D. 4246.
I WILL exchange Kimball onuntv Ne
braska land, Illinois land. Michigan land.
Iowa house, Ohio house, Indiana house and
other property for live stock, merchandise,
diamonds or currency. Everything an
swered; no patents; describe offers. L. G.
Powell, Manchester. Tenn.
PHAETON or harness for phono, run or
piano. M-12, Bee.
FOR SALE Oil EXCHANGE.
16 GOOD LIVERY HORSES.
SET DOOULE HARNESS.
10 TOP BUGGIES, 2 RUNABOUTS.
SURREYS, 2 FOUR-SEATED WAGONS.
CUTTERS, 1 HEARSE.
ROBES AND BLANKETS.
I Just sold my barn and have to give pos
osssion September 4. Tins stock will all be
Sold at auction September 8 unless you
trade me something for.it before that date.
V ill sell or trade any part of the slock.
Want about an even deal. Worth the money
Address BOX 176, DUNLAP. IOWA.
ROOMS, all modern, nearly new; lot 100
xl35; price, $6,0u0; clear. Want to trade for
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
658 New York Life lildg. Phone Red 1999.
$7,000 Gilt edged securities paying over
10 per cent annually. Will trade for Omaha
Improved and assume.
, NOWATA LAND & LOT CO.
658 New York Life Bidg.
'Phone Red W.
TO EXCHANGE for merchandise, hard
ware or linplemeuts. 320 acres unimproved,
good, smooth land, black soli, M miles
southeast of Wichita and 3V miles from
market. Address 11. C. Whaleii, Box 414
ISO acres, Merrick county, Nebraska, for
merchandlce. Price $20,000.
lw acres Polk county, ior hardware. Price
2?7-ai-re Iowa farm, for merchandise.
Price $100 per acre.
$umo business block, for cheap Innd.
4 fine residences and $10,000 cash, for good
o-io acres. Irrigated, $M0 por acre, for good
640 acres, Seward county, Nebraska, $100,
10 sections eastern Colorado, $13 per acre,
$u.UM business block
Denver, for eastern
'i acrea near Overton,
acre, for merchandise.
-veo., J100 ner
Write for my bli; exchange list
O. M. WVCKOFF, 1105 O St!, Lincoln, Neh.
W hav several real farms, srowlnil
cropa, rented to good tenants, within forty
miles of Omaha, that we ran trad foi
Omaha property. Nowata Land and Loi
' . k.,8 New ork Life Bidg. Phone Ra
We exchange prop-., ties of merit. H M
Culver, iu4U N. I. Lit. Douxiaa ;4
7-ROOM HOI'PB and lurge lot, one block
from car line In Council Hluffs, la.; clear;
price, $1,000. Will trade for clear land.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
668 New York Life I3kig. "Phone Hed 1!9.
OFFERED FOR SALE
BARE burner, large alze, nearly new. Call
26ot Spuldln, St.
WU1CIC shIs 6-hole steel range. Mason &
Davis, with water back. 2106 So. 34ih St.
MUST sell Immediately one gas stove, one
kitchen range, gits rudixtor, walnut dresser,
two dining tubles and other household
goods. Cull before Tuendny. 1913 St. Mary's
WRITING disk, gold leaf parlor suite.
FurnlHlilngs used only short time; good as
new. MasBlve brans beds, box springs, hair
matrenses. mahogany leather rockors, ped
evtal dining' table, library table, daven
port, oriental und domestic rugs, portieres,
bric-a-brac, Imported paintings, piano, mir
rors. Call at once at Chicago St.
STOVES and Furniture, 205 S. 26tli Ave.
ROUND table, chairs, sideboard, china
closest, steel range, base burner, gas range,
carpet and many other furniture. M9 N. 24th.
FOR sale cheap, parties moving Into
smaller quarters. Iron beds, dressers, rock
ers, book cases, davenport and rugs. Phone
Douglas 4912. 2025 Dodge St.
FOR SALE CHEAP Four-hole cook
stove, In good condition. 2354 S. 34th St.
Tel. 'Harney 799.
North 16th St.
furniture for Bale. 1424
A GAS range, combined bookcase and
writing desk and Axmlnster rug. Tel. Doug.
NEARLY new Faultless Malleable range,
used about a year, cheap at $23.00. Harney
COMPLETE set of office furniture,
desk, chairs, rug, etc K-6, uee.
NEW $tfi range, used only a few months,
will sell lor $Ji, if taken at once. Harney
DINING room, living room, bedroom,
kitchen furniture, rugs, refrigerator; 6x7
camera; very reasonable price. 2235 Howard
PARTY leaving city will sacrifice Baby
Grand piano for sale. Care of Bee, M 214.
HIGH grade Emerson piano,
BUY an L C. 8rulth 4k Bros. Typewriter.
U. V. Bwaosoa Co Distributers, UU
i- vriiMin l.
Typewriters for BentL&
1118 Farnam St.. Omaha.
BECOND-hand typewriters sold, repaired.
Central Typewriter Exchange. 1607 Farnam.
DRUGS at cut prices; freight paid on all
$10 orders; catalogue free. Ghermaa A
McConnell Drug Co.. Omaha, Neb.
FOR BALE New ana secuna-hand btiltare
and pool tables. Wo lead the world la ct:j
bar fixtures; easy payments. Bruoswlcx-llalke-Collender,
40f 1$. lOtb t.
SAFES Overstooxed with second-han-l
safes, all rites and makes; bargain
American Supply Co.. U10 Kurcnm St.
BARCLAY SiHters, leaving on their south
ern theatrical tour, must dispose of two
bluck lynx sets of magnificent large Russian
shawl, with beautiful rug muff; elegantly
trimmed with head and tails and lined with
shirred satin; worn about four times on the
stage; cost $80 each, sell for $20 each. Will
send one or both C. O. D., with privilege of
inspection at their expense. Address their
manager, Maui ay Llebers, 25 East 14th St.,
New York City.
$15 BABY CARRIAGE, nearly new, $8.
Inquire Harney 2348.
HIGH school cadet suit, in good condi
tion, cheap. Call Harney 2395.
FOR SALE Show
cases, tables, plate
wire screens, trucks
glass case, partition
and other goods.
Inquire the A. F.
A BROOK'S 18-ft. faunch, made of cy
press, and has all brass hardware. Is
equipped with a 6V4 H. P. motor, A-No. 1
condition. Good reason for selling. Address
W. J. Wolenberg cigar store, 136 So. lltn
St., Lincoln, Neb.
ALMOST new. $45 bicycle at a bargain
if taken at once. Inquire at Johnson's
Restaurant, Benson, Neb.
' STONY & CLARK Piano or will ex
change for cement work, carpeuter work
or painting and paper hanging. G. II.
Harr, 4th floor, Old Boston Store.
If you have anything to sell or trad
advertise it in Bee Want Ad col
umns and get quick, results.
WE HAVE on band a number of Ink
barrels which we will sell for 60 cents each.
Tbsy are fine for rain water o- ashes. Ca.l
at preas room. Be Publishing Co.
About 40 feet of t Inch diameter No. X
gauge, galvanised pip, with four 46-lnoa
elbows and T. This was used for ventilat
ing purposea. and pip is in good condition.
Tb Bee Publishing Co.. lTtb snd Faroam,
HALL'S sates, new. 2d-nand. Isli Farnaoa.
VACUUM cleaners. $16 to $26. 1117 Farnam.
Filters, filter repairs. 1310 Howard. D391X.
CASH register, $2f.. Tel. Harney 4046.
Kathryn Nikolas, SM-4) Brandel Theater.
Alice Johnson. Mt- Brandeia Tbealer Bldf
JOHN T)N rOX. t3 Branded Theetef
Massage treatment, nervous debility. Dr.
Margarlte Halloran, 22C Neville Blk. D. 7761.
In the School and College
Jam'r A. Healy of Einmett. St. Clair Co
Mich., desires Information regarding his
brother, AuMln or Auxtle Healy. Anyone
knowlna biro nl aaaa Infikmi x A. w--'
HO YD HARVEY.
Your brother and sisters are anxious to
hear from you. You or your friends should
write to A. M. Harvey, Topeka, Kan.
SUPERFLUOUS hair, warts and mobs
permanently removed by electricity; con
sultation free and confidential; all work
guur.inteed. Miss Allcnder, 024 Bee Bidg.
' JOIN Morand'H Dancing school; opening
night. Friday. September 2, 8 p. m. and
cave $2 on the price of your ticket. Tel.
Kwitrriaisfrom combings, $1.60. Mrs. .
knym.u.j Mathews, $04 Neville blk. D 62SS.
MRS. EGGERS. private confinement
home. 1S16 Martha St., Omaha, Neb. Tele
phone Douglua 621)0.
MASSAGE AND BATHS
Dr. Rlttenhouce, Room SOS old boston Stor
Bidg.. 4th floor, elevator entrance. 120 S. 16th.
MAHOGANY upright piano lor aula; cost
new $X tCASH; NEED MONEY; leaving
town; no reasonable offer refused. Address
U. M. B., General Delivery. Omaha.
WE rent and repair all kinds of sewing
machines, lnd. A-lt3. Doug. 166$.
NEBRASKA CYCLE COMPANY,
16th and Harney t.
STRICTLY private home for confine
nieuta; excellent care; babiea for adoption,
2018 Davenport St
r?nhhpr (iOnl4 l-1" ,ln ot Rubber
Order A Mo fhr dkuu CO..
ervic. -"ieicuer 17th & FarnBm,
treatment. Mme. Smith,
$22 S. 16th. Third Floor.
TOTJNO WOMEN coming to Omaha as
stranger are invited to visit the Young
Women Christian association building at
seventeenth St. and 8U Mary' Ave., where
they will b directed to suitable boarding
places or otherwise assisted. Look for our
traveler' alo at tb Udioo station.
from combings, $L TU
THE SALVATION ARMY solicits cast-off
elotbing. in fact, anything you do not need.
Wo collect, repair and sell at 134 N. Ula
St.. for cost of collection, to tb worthy
roor. Call 'pbone Douglas 413$ and wagons
HINDOO TABLETS will build,
strengthen tOt. BELL DRUG CO.
ClIAHA Stammerers' Ins.. Ramge Bidg.
wwjv; and toupee for roes. Urirnth,
V IVJiJ u M- M fRENZKH BLOCK.
MME. ALLEN of Chicago, baths, sail
glow and massage. 1606 Dodge St., oppo
site postofflce id floor. Tel. Doug. 7665.
HYGIENIC MASHAGE and specialty.
Refined patronage. Phone H. 5491.
PRIVATE HOME during confinement;
babies for adoption. Good Samaritan sani
tarium. 7 1st Ave.. Council Bluffs. Is.
JOSIE WASHBURN'S book. "The Under
world Hewer," at all book stores; price $1.50.
GROW new hair by using Mme. Frayer's
Adellght Hair Food. Megcath Stationery
Treatment. E. Brott, 2M4
8. 16th at. Tel. D. TWS.
PTT .TT.Si cured without operation or pain.
riuaonti Maxwell. 624 Bee Bidg. D. 14:14.
HYGIENIC MASSAGE TREATMENT
Rational, effective. Prompt aotlon In Dys
pepsia, Constipation, Neuralgia, Rheuma
tism, Nervousness. Investigate. Particu
lars free. 2ii37 Capitol Ave. Harney 5491.
D. O. BARN ELL. Paxton Blk. Tel. Red 7U7.
WILLARD EDDY, registered practitioner
tn U. S. Pat. office. $18 Paxton Blk: R. 2991.
The Key to the Situation Bee Want Ads
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Real estate transfers for AugURt 27, 11)10,
furnished by the Midland Guarantee and
Trust Co., bonded abtracters, 1714 Farnam
St. Tel. Doug. 2S65.
Edward Howe and wife to Orlando Mc
Connaughey, lot 6, block 135, city
South Omaha $3,500
William F. McFarland and wife to ..
Anna Byrne, lot 2, block 6, Lincoln
The Shtill Land Co. to Hastings &
Heyden, n5-inch width of lot 8, block
2, Shull a 3d add
Charles H. De Waal and wife to J.
Fred Smith, n37Vi ft. lot 8, block 11,
Adam M. Kurtx and wife to Ina F.
Taylor, lot 1, block 3, Mayne's add..
Roy L. Alley to A. C. Groves, 40 ft.
oi lots 86, 87 and 88. Firestone sub....
Aelois Hart and wife to Ida A. Miller,
lot 4, block U6, village ot Dundee
NOTICE TO DELINQUENTS NOTICE IS
hereby given that the rental, upon the
lease contract to the following described
school hinds In Douglas county, Nebraska,
as set opposite the name or the Homer,
thereof, is delinquent and If the amount
which is due In not paid within sixty days
from the date of this notice said contract
will be declared forfeited by the Board of
Educational Land and Funds and auld for
feiture will be entered of record in the
manner provided by law.
Fr. awV ne4 sw4 sec. 16, tp. 16, r. 13, Ida
A. Jorgenson, August 23, 1910.
E. 11. COW LBS,
Commissioner Public Lands and Buildings.
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BATTLE 0F OSAWATOMIE
Scene of the Most Memorable Con
test In Border War About t
The field of the battle of osawatorale, tp be
dedicated this month by Theodora Roose
velt, Is not large. Neither were the fdrces
that struggled against one another t$iere
on August 90, 1856., But the battle they
fought was the most memorable of the
Captain John Brown, Dr. W. W. Upde
graff and Captain Cllne commanded the
defense and General John W. Reld was
In charge of the 400 Mlssourians who were
the invaders. After crossing the Marala
des Cygncs at Bundy's ford, four miles
northwest of Osawatomle, the Invaders ap
proached the little pioneer town about day
light. Martin White, a preacher, acted as
guide. Frederick Brown, son of John
Brown, had planned to return to Lawrence
that day. On his way to a neighbor's home
he met Reld and White with a Btnall ad
.."Good morning, boys; are you going to
Lawrence today?" Bald Brown, as he
"Why, I know you," replied White, and
taking deliberate aim with his rifle, he
shot the son of the abolitionist Reader
dead In the road. This wus shortly before
sunrise. The word went rapidly around
town and reached John Brown half a mile
from town. With Cllno and Updegraff, he
collected the men aB best ne could. Learn
ing that Reld had a cannon with him, the
defenders decided to abandon the block
house and Brown and his "army" forty
one men in all took up their position In
the timber along the river, on the south
side, facing south. Brown had seventeen
men on the right. Updegraff had ten men
In the center. Cllne had fourteen men on
the lsft. In the Emigrant Aid company's
mill, further to the left, there was "Pap"
Austin, an ex-regular soldier, equipped with
a rifle carrying an ounce ball
When the free Btate forces were being
arranged in the timber, the Mlssourians
wera passing within 600 yards of (hem.
Holmes, a volunteer, advanced toward the
top of the hill southwest of the town to
reconnolter, and finding the enemy close,
fired, v wounding un invader. Holmes then
retreated to the free state lines and was
pursued by the Invaders, who. formed a
line along the high ground where the John
Brown monument now stands. Then they
fired three guns, said to be a slKtial for the
Brown forr-es to surrender. Hut Brown had
no such Idea, and If he understood the
meaning of the signal, hn gave his troops
no Intimation that he did. Hu had given
strict orders to his troops not to fire a shot
until he had given the order to fire. But
th sound of three shots was too much for
the volunteers und believing that the battle
had begun, they commenced firing. Jukuu
Brown was one of the first to fire.
The first attack, which was made on the
right wing of the free state troops, wu
portlally repulsed. Then the Mlhsotirlans
brought up their solitary cannon und placed
It In a position ubout 400 yards from the
timber where Brown's men were stationed.
The gun was loaded with grape but did no
harm, the marksmanship being poor. Dur
ing this time the Free State men kept mov
ing east and returning fire of the enemy.
Finally the attackers got disgusted with the
cannon, dismounted and made a charge Into
the timber. Then the main body of the
Free State men, having gallantly held their
own against ten times their number for an
hour, were compelled to .urrender or
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A lady on South 25th Ave., says:
"You rented my furnished rooms quickly.
"I am giving you another want ad this lnornin"."
These ads are wonderful
Getter of whatever you
iUai tr urt
treat Moat of them escaped across th
Morals des Cygnes, some going In a sma
boat while others swam.
The Invaders went on Into OsawatomU
and commenced to pillage and burn It. At
the house In the town, with three ot foul
xoeptlons, were burned. The Invader lefl
town with twelve covered wagons tw
filled with men who had felt Brown's lead,
and most of the others, filled with tin
property of Osawatomle cltixena, made Into
plunder by the ruffians.
As the Mlssourians approached the town In
lh morning, David It, Garrison and Georgfl
Cutter, who had apent the night In the
Carr home west of (kwwatomle, attempted
to escape to th woods of the Pottawatomie
and carry the alarm to the town. They
were pursued and Garrison was killed and
Cutting wounded and left for dead.
The Invader took seven freo state pris
oner with them, two of whom thoy shot.
The free rtate men who escaped reassem
bled at a log house north of the river and
the next day removed to tho south side
where they began the building of another
The loss of the Mlssourians was not gen
erally known. Reld said that It was two
killed and a few wounded. Six free state
men were killed as a result of the Invasion.
Frederick Brown and Gnrrtson before th
battle, George Partridge and T. P. Power
during tho batUo and William Williams
and Charley Kelser after the battl. on tho
John Brown did not hope to win against
such odds. But he did hope to make a
show of defense and he did. Reld never
met retribution for hi wanton attack on
a defenseless town. Kansas City Times.
NOVELTIES IN WALKING STICKS
W - - a v . .
Modera Conveniences In
Th newest thing In walking sticks la
known as the traveler's cane. this
being a Jointed tick that cn he taken
apart and packed In email compass to be
conveniently carried In a trunk or suit
case. The Joints ar very nloely made,
e that when set Up the can 1 tho same
s a solid stlok and the Joints invisible.
The traveler sane Is made tn lancewood
and In rattan and with a hook or with a
capped top, either styl to be found in a
variety of forms.
The great majority of all the cane sold
ar still, as they have always been, round,
but there ar sold number of oane of
other shapes to men who want omethlng
different. Thus there are square cane
and canes with tb stick triangular and
canes six-sided and lght-ldd. la various
weights and wood there would be found
canes In the unusual shapes In mor
than a score of styles, a number that might
be extended Indefinitely by variation In
th atyle of handle or In th mountings.
In pimento or in anakewood, two woods
oomlng from Central and South America,
thee odd shaped canes ar usually mad
and among thm the triangular can 1
Just now preferred.
There are men who buy a nw can
every month and may com to hav a great
collection of canes, though men who buy
many canes are mor likely to glv many
of them away and so keep on hand but a
reasonable number for the varloua de
mands of tlm pr occasion. Th man of
fashion is likely to carry a cane of darker
wood and heavier weight in winter and a4
cane of lighter weight and color In suni
mer, and he may cany one style of cane
In the morning, another in the afternoon
and still another In the evenlg.
Men seek all these varieties of canes
not only for . nove.ty's sake and to get
away from the coniinonpluce and con
ventional. but they may buy new cam,!,
for ther beauty; fine canes are made of
fine wood and beautifully finished, and
silver or gold handles or caps may bo
beautifully chased or etched or other
wise elegantly finished.
Besides pimento Hill UnilkjlU'nnil anA
lancewood and rattan, canes are made of
partridge wood und of malaoca and of
colcasslan walnut and of many other fin
woods In all sorts of shades In color. Jlht
and dark, Including woods straight gruSTed
and of beautiful markings. The handles
and caps are also to be found In almost .
endless variety. , $J
Many fine canes are now shod with
ferrule tips of horn Instead of nielal, th
horn ferrule being lighter, making a
better balanced can and selug noiseless
nen it touches the sidewalk. A novelty J
In can heads la of llver made hollow "
for use as a clgaret caae. the cover fitting
snugly and forming, closed, a continuous
pan oi me handle. These handles
aiso made with an additional
ment for matches.
There are many handsome canes that
are comparatively Inexpensive, or you may
pay $100 for a walking stick 'with a solid
gold header hook. On rare occasions inor
costly cane are made with Jeweled capo
or handles. Canes are often bought for
gifts and they are ofter carried for pur
pose of protection as well as for style.- In
a large stock there would be found can
in hundreds of varieties, and to such a
ioin new ei.vies ie constantly
added.. New York Sun.
It I Colby's Xrit Move.
The other day Secretary t'ohurn Kot a let
fro"' " , "'"V of Waterloo la
editor of the Kimball's Dairy Farmer. i"o'Ev
has just made a trip through Kansas and
fv0.'.'!4",1. l" '' '' K""l natured f n
NMtn the Kansas secretary, for lue two ar
great Mends. .So lie wrote:
"It la so dry In Kansas that the flshaa
are sticking their head, down nto the
bottom of the streams in the hone of fl,,?i
ng some moisture, and the people a e in.
Inir them up like radishes" 11
When they try that kind of Jokes on
Secretary Coburn they act ..tJ.!
..I.. . ... . viiniHi,
l is orten necessary l reducing their s z
o halve or quarter them whleli ..i 8
if their hardness. YiZ . ' "n"""'"
oi tneir Hardness, reijulrea
i.-.-.i ajiu Hardened saws slniilur i,. ,i.
used for sawlnz -,i. I'.'"' . to "'
u .. - - meir
" ' "-' anunaanca
re.pHt cotlonwood."KaII "im?"1 U,.
lo move, as Ciihurn', P.
"The story I. h. p. " J" ,
the pulling ,,p of the ,.hl.Viko radlXe. i
a mutter of fact, the fiah miiJ.i. a"
th. ground five or six feet rtetweUl.,0f
semi-weekly shower, the sun cure, fhe,t','
such a way that they make fen,"I Jf . '". ,n
are more durable UMJfi1
purpose they are very popular. I:, J J
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