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TTTK BEE: OMATTA. WEDXTC5PAY, XOVEMflETt 1010.
4M R II I. AMI Fun S41.K
WrH for tr.y laige llli.trt9
lint of sladipftn ronnty fsrm. from
10 soras up to 4'J aoie. ell prices;
good llbersl t-nm See Madison
county befi.r buying Best all
around county In the (tat. Adresa
J. c). HiniVKR.
W Interest, la.
AMI RANCH L(MI FOR IALC
r.CTlON of Gregory county
kota) !nd for amir. This
1 blocks of Cmshs car Una. in Council
fluff, and walking dlstanra of Omaha.
Ths vary finest of t-arden lanil and can tie
cut Into city lot and aold ai.y time; 12.6VO
M amiC TK Alj K3TATE CO.,
14 I -ear I St , Council Bluffa.
GREAT SOUTII GEORGIA
THAVKItSEK PY THE
ATLANTA. HIKM1NOHAM &
lnds adsniahle to the widest ranpe of
rope: all the mona erop of the hmitn
I'lentlf'illy produeee' For literature treat
ing villi "thla comlnf roiinlry. Its Bull, cli
mate, church and pchool advantages, write
W. H. LKAHV.
On'l I'senger Aft. Uwpt. K. Atlanta, Cia
sectlon has lim
ber, running wter fed by springs, Iota of
hay; W acres broken; 1"0 ncrea can ba
plowed; all fenred; one-half mile from
Khcol. thrra miles from one relres.d town
and six miiea from another; good aoll and
the vnr beat all-around farming and stork
raising section In Oregory county, fioutrt
akota. ( nil on or wrlta to Charles Mllner,
eanir. Fairfax a. l.
WELL 1MPMOVEU ranch of aevin aeo
lions for sale by owner, in center of Oray
county, Teias; well watered; priced right.
Apply to H. H LovetU fauca. Tex.
M ACRE". LAND, cultivated.
I balsnre pastille, e-rooin house, large barn.
I chicken house, spring and trout brock on
! (.i in. ' mile from station, school on land.
11,8(10, easy terms. Tom Mason, Island
City State bank, Cumberland. Win.
IIAKlJWODLi timbered lake frontal
farm at a bargain, hg acres In folk county.
Wis., 60 mile from twin cities: heavy
clay loam soh; ha f mile lake frontage;
lots of liardn'ood saw timber, small clear
ing, old uuldlngs; fcoocl neighborhood; only
11. WO; on aeiy terms If latten at once
owner N. 8 , Hog A. Hi Croix Kails. Wla
LW acres choice land, 1.000 sores of It
n wheat; well looeted, wall Improved; 13.64
per aire; will exchange for smaller.
A fin plantation of nearly H,t) acres,
well located and well Improved; Louisiana.;
per acre; trade.
Modern 100-barrel flour mill and elevator.
tolng good business; central Kansas; MS,
at, and cash for ranch.
3J0 acres good wheat, etc., land, central
Kansas; 10 per acre; for rental.
I have some rhoioe farms and ranches
In eastern Kansas and western Missouri,
any ait and pr.ee you want; sumo will ex
change. When you wnnt to buy, sill or
txchange land, merchandise or anything
else of value, I would like to bear from
FRANK GEE, Lawrence Kan.
FOR HALE or exchange, a fins 160 aerea
of land 6 mile from the olty of Laramie,
In the Laramie valley, Wyoming. Fins a
silk, can all be Irrigated. Prloe tie par
acre. Will se'l or trade for land or prop
erty nearer home, or for merchandise. 1
can't go on tha farm. T. H. Millar, Olathe,
IJ9DIAN LAND PALE--! 000 AO? EH
of unallotted lend of the Five Civilised
Tribes In Oklahoma Will be rold at public
auction to the highest bidder at tha fol
lowing time and places:
I'laee of No. of Acre- Time of
Countv. of sule. tract. age. beginning,
eemlnola, Wewoka... f4 ;i.41S Nov. 21. 1:'10
245 Nov. r. 1!10
.?0 Nov. M. W0
4,nn Nov. 2.1. lh
1 Dec. 14. IS'10
li 0 Iec. 14. 1..0
170 Iec. 1. 1!0
l.fi0 Deo. 21. 110
J Dm. 23, 1910
I Nor. M. W0
JA0 Nov. 21. 1!10
1. fOO Nov. 28. 110
2. y Nov. 2i. 1910
6.2"0 Nov. Is, 1H10
i: Nov. 2. mo
Nov. ao. lino
W.iO Dec. 2, 1!'10
.i0 Dec. . 110
11.40 Deo. I. l'.'lO
S.mt lec. 12. 1910
HAVE TOU A FARM FOR 9ALB OR
TRADE? Or do you want to buy one?
Make your wanta known through T14S
DL8 M01NE.S CAPITA! the want me
dium of loni Hates: 1 cent a word for
ach Inrertlnn. IS rent a line. 70 cents an
Inch. Circulation. 41.0M; largest of any
Iowa dally. Give ua a trial. Address The
Capital, Land l'rpt Des Molnea, la.
acres pasture, balance new land; price.
isu ATKKH In Andersot. county,
'a. balance net
ALFALFA land; farm landa In western
Kansas. I quote, sublect to previous sale,
B. W. 19-20-33, ahallow water alfalfa land,
at ISS per acre; miles from MeCue. N. E.
11-17-22. good wheat or broom oorn land. 111
PT acre, 4 miles from Manning, on Mo.
aa. O. D. Card. Scott City. Kan.
MKXICO I have for sals aevarai fin
tracta of tropical land and transportation
sapeclally suitable for fruit and atock rais
ing. C'heap on quick aale. IJv correanond
snt wanted. None uut responsible firm
or parties need answer References given
end required. Address J. Csrrla Kant
STIacontalpara, Vsr Mexico.
BARGAIN SO acre farm-. 4 mllea from
Warsaw, Mn ; .6 acres cultivated, balnnct
past. naar (ckoul and gi s) oh; arts
llA'j, tci iiih ( Address i. U. Owen,
W0 ACRE! 6 miles totown; good. levl,
well drained land; or. mail route and
(chool house on ona corner of the farm;
-room house, new; barn 30xri0; hog and
cow house, windmill, plenty water, about
acres timber. This I a good place price
at Vx pet Her-.
D. K. CtunCHER. Drexal. Mo.
MKSSOl P.l LAND for aale. 80 acres to
I.Owj acres; teitns and prices to suit pur
chaser. W'rlia for particulars. W. VI.
eXeven. Clinton, Hiry Co., Mo.
A SNAP It taken In 0 days-Fine valley.
40 acres, luipioved. In the heart of Casn
county. MiHsuurl. a mi:-s from county seat.
deal with ownrr; sae comm'salon. Add res
Box 76, K. F. U. No. 6, Harrison v I He. On
IMPROVCD ta.m. Central Missouri. 110
to i0 acre; esny terms; in I Id beautiful
climate, farm, fiuil, grasing lands: circular
from U. II. !akmun, Htciaia Mo.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Mcintosh. KMfaia ...
Delaware, tirove ....
Nowata. Nowata ....
t herokee, Tahleciuah
OrRdv. Chlckasha.... 1.247 K1.4V0 Dee. 1. 1H10
Btt-phens, luncan ...1.411 1I4.J70 Dec. 7. IKI'1
Jefferson, Ryan 1,0K 74.2WI Deo. 14, lt'10
Love, Marietta 1.121 4l.!i0 Dec. Id, 110
Carter, Ardmore ...,l,fl Il0,4i0 Deo. 23. li!0
Murray. Sulphur R24 41,W Dec. 29, 1910
Oarvln. Pauls Vally.l.4 17.10 Jan. . 1PU
Moc'laln. Purcall .... il .7) Jan. . 1911
Pontotoc. Ada 1,144 7.0"0 Jan. 11, 19U
Johnson, Ttahomlngo 8-17 K.VO Jaa. 17, 1911
Marshall, Madlll .... 44)1 29.0CO Jan. 20, lJll
Bryan. Durant 7T7 82,orio Jan. W,
Atoka, Atoka l.W 16 ) Jan. M. 1P11
Coal. Coalgats M.B00 Jan. 0, 1911
Pittsburg. MoAlMtar.l.tvO 112.20 Fsb. 1, 1!'H
ilughea. Calvin 701 71,000 Feb. , 19U
Latimer. Wllburton.. r
Hankcll. Stlger 728
I .ef lore. Poteau 63K
Pushmataha. Antlsra tm
Choctaw, Hugo TM
MeCurtaln. Idabel . .1.110
100 acres of
.30 Feb. 11, 1911
4.800 Feb. 13, 1911
a.Vim Feb. 1, 1911
7fv0"0 Feb. IS. 1911
4,0I1 Feb. U. 1911
H0.200 Feb. 25. 1911
RAILWAY TIME CARD"
Webstar Station lllh aad Wekater.
Mleenarl f-4 ft c
(hlraajo. St. Pawl,
6loux City Express
Omaha Iot al
tiloux City Passenger..,
Twin City Psxsenger...
Ploux City Local
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Mtin rNi o 1 1 a A
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
lnOO to le.oo) on Omaha homes. O'Keef
Real Estate Co., 101t N. I. Life. Doug, or
WANTICD-Clty loans. Peters Trust Os
GARVIN 11ROS.. Id floor N. T. Life. 100
to 1KO.000 on improved property. No delav.
LOANS to home owner and horn build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
W. H THOMAS.
01 First National Bank Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
1100 to tlO.OUO made promptly. F.
Wead, Waad Bldg., ISth and Farnam.
WANTED City loan and warrants. Vf,
Farnam Bmlth i Co.. U20 Farnam 8t
REAL ESTATE WANTED
IF your property Is for colored people,
rent or ssle. list with the Horns Investment
Co.. 101 8. 14th tL Have tenants waiting.
I nutlr I lOUSjS-l 1411.
FOR TRA1E One-halt section Improved
land near Kwlng. Neb., for general dry
gondii or Implement stock. V. D. Dear
durff, David City. Neb.
P(1H SALE or will TRADE for a 6-pae-
senger. 1910. Buick or Reo auto, a good
cement block outfit. Including two cement
block machines wtlh plate, quarter yard
Batch cube, mixer, S-horse power gasoline
engine. moldings and racks complete.
Price, 11.080. Address Scenic City Land &
Loan Co., Iowa Falls, la.
one person and no pnrson will be per
mitted to purohase more than 640 acres
of land other than agricultural; 26 per
cent of the purchase price must be paid
at the time of nnrchaae. halruire. with (I
per cent, from date of aale as follow: 25
per cent within months and M per cent
within Ik months from dnte of aale. Full
payment may he made at any time, after
which deed from the tribal chief or gov
ernor and approved by the secretary of
the Interior will be promptly Issued. Im
mediately after approval of sal certificate
of purchase will Unite and th buyer al
lowed Immediate possession of tha land.
For Information applv to the Commis
sioner to th Five Civilized Tribes the
I nlted r?tHte Indian Hiinerintendent,
Colon Agency, Muskogea, Oklahoma, or
the offices of tha various District Indian
Agents or the Commissioner of Indian Af
fair. Washington, D. C, or tha uperin
tendent of the Indian warehouse at 11th
and Capitol avenue. Omaha, Nebraska.
List of thee lands have been
prepared by oountisa, showing terms of
(ale, the description of the various tracts
gnd minimum prices of sals. It will bs
Impracticable to furnish each Inquirer all
of these Huts and It is suggested that per
sona desiring such Information specify tha
county or locality in which hs 1 Inter
ested. Blue prints of the various counties show
ing tha location of the land to ba sold
will be furnished to applicants by the Com
mlsnioner to the Five Civilized Tribes
upon th payment of 11.00 each In the form
or draft or postal money order. J. O.
WRIGHT, Commissioner to the Five Civil
ised Tribes. Muskogee, Oklahoma. Octo
ber 10, 1910. Oct2-29 N2-6-9-12
Rest estate tranefera for November L
furnished by the Midland Guarantee and
Trust company, bonded abstracters, 1714
Farnam street. Telephone Douglas 2RAK:
Thomas D. Todd and wife to Kllxa
beth Nelson, lot g and wVs of lot 9.
block 3, Waterloo tl,0M
Charles W. Haller to Anna Miller, nl
feet of lot 12. block 4, William Hage
dnrn'a addition 11
Bertha Bush to Anna C. Millar, s'j.
of lot 13. block 4, Hagedorn addi
Guy C. McKenrie lo Rhoda E. Lear,
part of ne' of swV of neVi, 4-16-13... 2
Fiank T. Walker to John Kruper, lot
11. block 20, Koiintie plaeo 7.600
NorrlH A Martin to Adel Kramer, lot
3. block !, Norwood addition 8.T0
Conservative Savings and Ioan asso
ciation to W. J. Hoffman and wife,
lot 16, block L Portland Plaoe 1
Mary A. Morrisey and husband to
Nellie Herberger, lots 10 and 11,
block IS, Walnut Hill 1
Margaret J. Mortality to John Flynn,
trustee, lota It and 14, block I, Lo
gan Place, and other propsrty 1
Albert H. Olmstead to Bsrtha Condlt.
e43 fast of lots t and I, block 1,
Boulevard Park 2,900
A. L. Read et al, to Harold Thomsen.
st foot of lot 11, block 4, Drake's
Coad Real Betats company to Thomas
lloalty company, ell feet of of
lot , block 140, city J
fpli TIaa 4 ivin4 i.
lilt) J-0J tu JJIIXIV
paper that appeals to in
telligence; not to an appe
tite for scandal and eenst-
laft Will Recommend Higher Rate on
READING MATTF.R IS UNCHANGED
Newspapers Set Affsctea Arsg
Ilaal la bnt Three Hand red Miles
Con pa red with Kleven Ilnadred
for Otber Periodicals.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 1 President Tart
and Postmaster General Hitchcock reached
an agreement today on the recommenda
tion the former will make tc congress re
garding a change In the second-class post
age rates a affecting magailnes and other
Mr. Taft will recommend that the maga
zines be required to pay the present rate
of 1 rent a pound on all rending matter
and a much higher rate, to be determined
later, on the advertising pages. Kach mag
azine will be required to send a copy of
Its current Issue to the post office depart
ment each week or month, as ths case
Trier ths publication will bs dissected,
the reading matter and the advertising sec
tions will bs weighed separately and the
amount of poetags oomputed by tha num
ber of magazine sent out.
Newspaper will not be affected. The
average haul of tha newspaper la but 300
miles, while the average haul of the mag
azine Is l.luO inlle.
The hauling of magazines In the mall hm
proved cosily to the government, and both
the president and the postmnster general
l-''nt rme for 1 ttcr pont ine mul hopes to
eMoumeml it before he leaves the Whl'p
House. He hopes nNo to back up his rec
immcndiition with figures mid rstimates
which will show ti nt letter p Mage st this
:ate will yield a profit to the government.
The esiabllshmrnt of the proposed new
rates us to m.tirnzltie. the president he
ieves. w ill do mi ch to bring about the
penny postane pirn. At the same time he
thinks the magazines will be compelled to
pay only their Just shsre In the postal ex
penses. Ths president I determined to push hi
plan for placing second and thlrd-cla
pot masters under the civil service. II
will make the recommendation to congress
In his forthcoming message and hopes for
BARBER HAS DISAPPEARED
Wichita Men Writes In Wife front
Denver that He I Held Prisoner
In Illah Rnlldlng.
DKNYFIt. Oct. 31.-Detectives of IWi
ver. Wtchlt.'i, Kan , and Hutchinson, Kan.,
are searching for Judd T. Williams, a bar
ber, whose mysterious dlssppearance. fol
lowed by a h'III more mysterious letter to
his wife at Wichita, has cauaod hi rela
tive to think he I a prisoner In Denver.
Williams, who Is the eon of a retired
Baptist minister living near Wichita, left
that olty October 17 for Hutchinson. Sev
eral day later Mr Williams received a
lettsr postmarked '"Five Points Station.
Denver" and dated October 86. In which
Williams said that ha was being kept a
prisoner; he did not know where, except
that it was up in a high building; hs was
kept unconscious moat of the time, he ex
plained. He did not know who his captors
were or whv they kept him prisoner. lie
got the letter away, he explained, by drop-
(From a Staff Correspondent
WAMIINUION. Nov. 1. 4 Special Telegram.)-Kuial
carriers appointed today ate
Iowa Carson, route J. Perry F. Turner,
carrier; no substitute. 1 tling. route 1,
.ici.oias li. Kicippor. earner; no unbar
tute. l'altput. loute 1, Ai'rfiiKt Dio-cii-berv.
(Sinn; no substitute. r oi t Dodge,
route 4, t.eotge W. Ml Her. carrier; no nm
stitute, route 6. ltcoie tioiansoit. cainor,
Nrls Uornnson. suoMlt.it. I jtrciiwood,
route 2. William 1, Asiilou, carrier; no
substitute. Mount Ayr. none 1, timer
Poore taller; Not a V. Tyti'l. substitute.
Murray. roje 2. .Miles S. Illack. carrier;
Arthur r. Hales, substitute. Norwalk.
route 1, II . Courtney, carrier; no sub
stitute. Itemliiant route 1. Miner toir
o k, i-arrler; no substitute. .
South Dakota- agoer, route 1. .lens
Jensen, carrier; William Jensen, substitute.
On the recommendation of Congressman
llubhatd. Dr. K. W. Slraton haa been
appointed pension examining sirgeon at
rAheldon, la., Ice Dr. . K. Miller, deceased.
believe It has entered largely Into the deficit I l'ng I out of tha window. Tha Denver
shown each year in the Poatoffice depart
ment. This deficit has been largely re
duced during the pant year, a saving of
11 1.000.0(10 having been reported as a result
of economies put into effect by Mr. Hitch
cock, The adoption of a now i-ate for the
magazines. Mr. Hitchcock believes, will en
tirely wipe out ths deficit and put the
postal establishment on a tulI tustaliilnK
President Taft Is looking forward to a
police have no clue.
tlrlffin Hents tt'Krlly.
1'TICA. N. Y., Nov. 1. Con O Kelly. who
hns aspirations to meet Jack Johnson, was
otlt-Kenersled bv Hank Griffin of Cali
fornia here tonight 'n a ten-round go.
Griffin knocked ' Kelly down In the third
round and opened i deep gash over his
right eye a moment later with a savage
jnb. Griffin proved the better fighter, but
O' Kelly's exira weight enabled lilin to stav
until the finish.
A rin v orders
Captain K. M. Iteeve is
the Twenty-ninth to the
c aptain William H Waldron is trans
ferred from the Twenty-third to the
i wsnty-riitit h Infantry.
First lieutenant Marlborough Churchill.
First field artillery, will proceed to f"n
Francisco for temporary duly, pnndlng the
sailing of a transport for the Philippines,
when he will Join his battery.
First IJoutenant Samuel T. Mackall.
Mgliteenth Infantry, after being relieved
aa aide-de-camp, will Join his station.
Pecond Lieutenant Robert C. F. Goetx.
Third cavalry. Is relieved from duty at
Fort Bum Houston and will proceed to
Fort Wingate for dut-.
Captain Harttnan U Hutler. coast artil
lery corps, Is placed on the unasslgned
First Lieutenant Chester U. Snow, coast
artillery corps. Is assigned to duty with
the Seventeenth company.
First Lieutenant Howard 11. Smalley,
Second cavalry. Is assigned to the Klghth
Leaves of absence: M ljor Charles Will
cox, medical corps, two months; Ftrt
Lieutenant Charles W. Cttllen. medical
reserve corps, extended one month; First
Lieutenant George F. Hailry, Second cav
alry, to Jsnuarv 1; First Lieutenant Wil
liam T. Carpenter, coast artillery corps,
" K fccnange ptupvruc of merit. H
'uiver. l-l.il X. Y. Life. Douglas 7 Sue.
HALF INTKRKRT, 40-acr farm under
laid with sine and lead. T. Chapman,
Webb City. ito.
V.0 ACHKS AN 1 409 ACRES IN GOOD
Id Cass county; tv miles from Kansas City;
both well improved , fine black limestone
land; bargain; choice tile per acre; good
tsrros. kl. Y. Burden. Garden City, Mo.
(JRE'CXK county. Missouri land. I have
lmprovTii laiurs tor sale; writs for printed
list. K S. Grter, Stafford. Mo.
FOR "al Cheap Good farm: 1M acres;
all under cultivation; small buildings; 1
Briilea wat of Mauley. Clay county, Minn.
Address Box 4, Muskoda. Minn.
DOUBLES brick apartment house, 1
roorfi. each vell located. Will axohangs
for land or vacant lots.
HB NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
tM Naw York Ufa liuildlng,
Phone Red 19M. A-1721.
$(50 A MONTH
We have a double frame hous on 2th
St., between Farnam and Leavenworth,
renting for 8H0 . per month. Tliere Is a
li.UK loan against the property. Will trade
our equity for a single house or for vacant
lot Make us ome proposition.
A. P. Tl.'KKY 4k BON,
Tel. D. 2181. 444-446 Bd. of Trade Bldg.
THRhb high class Improved northwest
Vlissouil farms for sale: corn, clover and
bluu glass land, yo" choice, 176 per acre.
Writ for particulars. Pael I. Meek,
owner. P. O. box 307. Chllllcutne. Mo.
DM; of the finest residence In Omaha;
beautiful In every respect; leaving city and
will exchange my equity of 18.000 for clear
land. Address P Mi, Bs.
S?0 ACRKS, clay soil, well timbered, with
baid wood: located near this oity; a big
bargain. Price. 115 per acra P. R. Thlel
nian. M Cloud. Mlua.
I WILL sell D acre very fertile land
with buildings. . m mile from Choklo,
Kteven Coutity, Minneinta, for 110,000. F.
H. Kavanagh. Owner, Dresden, N. D.
CHOICE FARM LANDS In Rook and
Ptpeatona counties, Minnesota. US to IDS
per acre; easy terms. Address
KNGEUKUTKON LAND CO.. Jasper. Minn.
FOR 8 A LB Th
8. H of ths B. W
gain nt K.i: per ai rs.
Ked Hlver alley
8. B. i of
4 of 12-1S2-41,
Rosenberg, Foxhoms, Minn.
11, and th
a flno bar
This Is In the famous
of Minnesota 1( R,
FARMS AND RANCHES FOR BALE.
1040 teres well equipped ranch, alx miles
from railroad town in Nebrarka. IIS per
acre. I,r00 acres school land givaii In fie.
V. Ill tak UO.OuO to li:,000 Omaha propsrty
a port pay.
THIS NOWATA LAND A LOT CO.,
4:- New Tork Life Bldg
Phones. A-1721 snd Red 1999.
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
iQuertermaeter, Fort 4?rook. Nebraska, Oct.
Jo. 1810. Sealed proposala. In triplicate, for
the construction of a reservoir and well
at Fort Crook, Neoraska, will be received
nt thla office until 11 a. m., Nov. 4, 1910. and
then publicly opened. A guarantee of 10
per cent of the amount of the proposnl
must accompany each bid. Plana and
specification may be seen at this office
only. Blank forms and Information fur
nished upon application here. Proposals
should be Indorsed "Proposals for Con
struction of Reservoir snd Well," snd ad
dressed to Second Lieutenant A. W. Lane,
Constructing (quartermaster. A. W. Lane,
Second Lieutenant. Fourth Infantry, Con
structing Quartermaster. 021-22-14-25-N-i!-3
RAILWAY TIME CARD
CNIOX T ATI O.I Teath aad Marry
Fan. Fran. Overland L. a ,:1K am all:) pm
China and Japan F. M. a 4:10 pm a 5:46 pm
Atlantic F.x press a 1:45 am
Oregon Express a 4:W pm a 5:10 pm
Los Angeles I Jmited. . . ,al2:46 pm a 8:30 pm
Colorado SpeclHl all:4S pm a 7:42 am
Denver bpeclal a 6:47 am a!2:30 am
Colorado Lxpres a s:K0 pm a 4:60 pm
Oregon-Wash. Limited.. al2:S0 pm a 8:20 pm
North Platte Local a S:lb am a 4:4fi nm
Grand Island Local a 5:S0 pm al0:80 am
Lincoln Beatrice Local. .bl2 40 pm b 1:20 pm
You 11 find your opportunity
in the new west
f.'ov fv 'V IK f: : ft - . a- i'K? W. JIM
Daniel Webster s mistake
Newlv fmnroved l'vi acre farm.
trade for tt.OiiO stock clothing or shoes. ; Omaha-Savannah
lF per acre, good ternia on balano. J. Cj.
Cooper. Osceola, la.
FOR HALTS OR EXCHANGE w0 acre
choice farm land; will exchange for somo
good business opening such as general
merchandise, farm Implements, etc.; price
25 per acre. F. M. Joslin, FredertoR, S. D.
1 ACRE farm. Nebraaka. clear; three
lots V. i Farnam dlfcUli-i, rltir. Ux
change either for Improved Omaha prop
erty. Th Nowata Land 4b Iit Co., 668 N.
Y. Life Bldg. Phones, Red 1K9 and A-1721.
We have an equity of 14,500 In a (Ins
half-section, 6S mile from Lodge Pole,
Neb., 3 mile from Sunol, on the IT. P.
R. R., that we will trade for either a
hardware or general stock of merchandise;
nothing but first-class stock will bs
Ta'tIis" BARLOW. LODGE POLE. NEB.
r.iii"MiA acre of rich black corn land In
iivvt'o KASTKRN OKLAHOMA for
aale. trade or rent. Write
ALLHX & HART, Owners.
lot Commerce Bldg , Kansas City, Mo.,
or I laieinore, Oklahoma.
pries paid for
Tel. D. tan.
C i .. John Fsidmao.
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One day in 1843, while addressing the United States senate, he pictured that porticm of ooontry, which we know
today to be fall of natural resources, many being already developed, as being nothing more than a burden to the nation,
then in her infancy. The following is his description of this wonderful section:
"What do you want of the vast and worthless area; that region of savages and wild beasts, of deoerta,
of shifting sands and whirling wind, of dust, of cactus and prairie dogs? To what use could we ever hope
to put those great deserts and those endless mountain ranges, impenetrable and covered to their very base
with eternal snow? What can we ever do with the western coast, a coast 3,000 miles, rockbound, cheerless
THE bt price paid for broken watohea I Rocky Mountain Ltd. .al2:88 am
and old gold. Nathan, 1 8. 13th. 'Chicago Day Kxpress..a 6:4ft am
i ibiceo Loual Pass.... blO :S6 am
WANTED TO RENT
WHT PAY HIGH IlF.NTT
Mr. Farmer, coma to South Dakota: stop
paying high rents; own your own farm;
apnd tha money for your Improvements
trial you are paying in Iowa in high rent,
s own twenty quarters of land hra that
w ran aell you for yii to 130 per acrs on
Itnui you can't beat; II 000 to 11. Mm down,
balance on paymeuts at per cent. Con-.
tier before the snaps are all gona For
full Infoi matlon writ Dixon Hio. or Bank
at tisueca, Faulk county, 4. D.
Des Moines 1-ocal Pass a 4 00 pm
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COUPLE wishes a clean, modern, large WEST. t
loom, with closet, near car iin or walk.- i Chi. -Neb. Ltd., Lincoln a 8:20 am
lng distance, auout li per month; refer- j Colo. Cal. F.xp a 1:25 pm
ences slven. Uoe. ! Ok). A Texas Kxpress.a 8:30 pm
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ll'ivrmi in r.nl hv vnnnr counle 1 or
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em and clone in. iiererences exenanseu;
private family preferred. Address M-U,
dee. at one.
DOCBLK TOUR MONET
C3 you want to buy a good townsite? Ws
hv It Juji fresh from ths govurnmint,
WItB prrfeot title. 120 lot now surveed snd
about 3i' of them sold with about iO build
ings now completed in the town on a rail
lod that Ian ii dally tia'tis. witn
orient service. Tills towns: is Includes 14
acre of th very best of st.Vnd bottom
and with fins timber for paks and
a fine stiram or water runuin
Fins op tulips lur simost
TOUNO man d sat re placs to work tor
board and room In private family whlls
attending collsga Boy is Colirga Both
WANTED Position; experienced nurse;
best doctors' references. City address. Mrs.
Pell. Uea. Del-
EXPERIENCED young laily
clerical position. Csn fnrnlsli t.i
references. Address K 3;u). i:ee.
rrs. especially a Dsi.k. Iiolrl and
Stanly county. S. D.
In order Uiat the advertiser may
best results for money Invested, he must
reach the truer by the moat direct and rs-
n!!lm? ih,"V,n "' 1 'lble channel. Th 3es is that channel,
all kinds of bus
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1'owed land si Loan Co . Po
"TUB IDEAL IIOV1C OF t.40 ACRKS. ' CHIEF QCARTERMATKR .-4 OI'FICF
Situated in the Rig Sioux valley, four mile j Omaha, Neb.. Nneniler 1. I'.'I J. bealed
south of Cnstlewood. the county seat of propuaal. in triplicate, will b received
Ilaiulin county, houtli Dakota: 440 acre of here and h quartermasters at the i-osts
sleep black Imiii under earlv cultivation, 'named herein until 10 a. m., central stand-
lug acre in pasture and iX' In the eeauti ' ' " "me. i iffmwr t. lmu. ror furnish, ng
ful sprliig-frd Ike Fiuience. with Its I r-liellet Corn during th f seal year endlni;
:r. deep I '''"e 30. tun. at r o
lvan scn and ararkilnc watsrs. deep i
and purs anJ llwl with fis.i and gam lo
season, and nearby la lit l.uiiiv. a 14 room
, Uum. larg barn, two grai.artea. chlcaen
' suum, hog noue and W'wcn-wire pasture
rem silo, risch.ne house. oiail barn and
aumeroua aciall huildlnga, all In guod coo
Aiiioii. Mltli wiodrmll. three wells and cis
tern, all aurrounded by a beautiful grovs.
Pries. IJ6.0U4, on avd term, by M. J. Bus
ssli. Cssilewud. H. p.
Tbs K.ey to ths Situatwa Ras Want Ada.
urta frook. Omuhi and
Riblnson. Nebraska; Forts Leawnworth
and Riley, Kansas, and Fort Mackenxie,
Wyoming. Proposala for dellverv at other
places will not he entertained. Tinted
States reserve right to reject or accept
any or all proposal or ny tart thereof.
Information f imished on application here,
or to tvuartermaatpra at th stations
named. Kiiveioocs containing proposal
should be marked "Proposals for Forage."
snd addressed to IJtuieuarit Colonel I . R
UcCAHTHV, C. Q 31 Nl 1-4 -M 34 33
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The Western hand-Products Exhibit
to be held in Omaha January 18 to 28, 1911
Will show what use has been made of this worthless(?) area, and what the possibilities are for its future. In 1909 Nebraska's
cereal crop alone was valued at $165,970,000. In this same year this state produced $4,914,000 worth of potatoes and $13,
650,000 worth of hay. In 1909 there were thousands of settlers in the irrigated "potions of Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho,
Montana, Oregon and Washington, who received as high as $1,500 and $2,000 clear profit from a single acre of ground. This
exhibit will consist of real live exhibits that will show you what others have done and the man in charge will be full of in
formation as to the localities awaiting thousands who may have the same opportunities as those who have gone before.
The Omaha Bee and
Twentieth Century Farmer
wish to convince the people about the wonderful posibilitiei of the west, ami they are backing up the Western Ijand
Produets Exhibit because they realize that an exhibit of this kind will show people more of the real truth about this won
derful section than any amount of pure talk; and their real interest in the upbuilding of this empire is due to the fact
that they realize that it is upou the west that Omaha must depend for its future progress and greatness.
i 4-V Grow With II
in sjsVai i i I C35E5S3S
Land information bureau
So many ef our rt-aders bave wrlttt n tig from time to time, auking us for reliable Information
at to aoll, climate and value of land Id localitieg In which they were thinking of locatlog
oi buylDg for Investment, that we have decided to establish a Land Information Bureau.
Thla bureau will make Investigations anl gather data, so that It will be able to either
answer Inquiries direct, or give parties wanting information the names of reliable persona to
whom they ran writ.
When writing, address. Land Information Bureau, Ths Twentieth Century Farmer.
Oi West and
lirow With It
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