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OFFERED FOR RENT
Famished lloaaekeeplaai It noma.
k FOR RENT Thre rooms, rang, modern.
WM IHMlg tt
POR RENT Nli"t housekeeping room.
good location, U N. 20th St.
FOR HKNT-Four try desirable room,
rcelaJn balk. gas, lwirlo light, hot and
1 water, big lot southeast front. Ill N.
FOR RENT Neatly furnished room, nice
for housekeeping. 2642 Dodge Bt.
TWO modern furnished rooms for light
housekeeping; private family, walking dis
tance; heat. nght, laundry free; (a per
week. tl 80. Wth Ave. Harney tUl.
FOR RENT Two large front rooms, bath
Saill HOOT, DD cull.. 4,1ml C7;iiv .
unfurnished housekeeping rwimi. 241 Capi
FOR RENT Nice housekeeping rooms,
references. 121 N. 21at be
roll RENT Thrso or four housekeeping
rooms, private family, lilt N. liilh St.
FOR RENT-TSre dandy rooms for
housekeeping. 1411 Chicago Ht.
FOR RENT Two- unfurnished rooms.
Unlit housekeeping, gas rang and shade.
."1 N. tvth hC
FOR RENT Nto room for light house
' keeping, also sleeping room, 07 B. llth Bt.--
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms lor
housekeeping. HK California.
"N FOR RENT Nice warm rooms for
ysAfoiisekeeplng. Uii Chicago Bt.
C ' FOR RIT.NT ITsuv ranma for lia-ht house.
keeping, 614 N. 17th Bt.
THREE nice rooms, furnished of unfur
nished, for housekeeping. Will Webstsr
FOR RENT Two rooms for housekeep
ing; laundry, gas,' heat and range. 367 Si.
NICKLT furnished apartmenU, walking
distance, southeast front. W4 80. 2tn bt.--
FOR RENT ISva tin rooms for house
keeping, no children. 418 8. Mth Ave.
FOR RENT Two modern, neatly fur
nished rooms, gas for cooking and light,
'phone and bath. 1714 Howard St.
FOR RENT Nlc targe room, good loca
tion, ttOg Leavenworth sSL
FOR RENT A couple nicely furnished
rooms to coupln wutioat 'children, private
family. t 8. Mth Ave.
1 NICE light housekeeping room and sleep
ing room. S2t B. rrm Ave
FOR RENT Two modem rooms, private
family, no children. 1816 Sherman Ave.
NICK housekeeping rooms, gas (or eook
lng. 401 Dodge.
FOR RENT Nice front "room for light
housekeeping, gas and stove furnished. 1717
Burt bt. '
FOR KENT TWO furnished rooms, gas
range, lights and heat free. 20 N. 18th
THBKR elegant rooms, modern, main
floor, walking distance. 120 N. 20th. No
sign ea house.
Beam ait Cettaaes.
rtoate, near park. 1507
South 28th St.
FOR RENT Twn t-room brick houses,
all newly remodeled, all modern, north part
of otty. . ' - -
A nloe -room eottaga, all modern ezoept
furnace, 4t0t Hamilton Ml. Ill
4-room apartment flat. 15M No. Utfc St,
rooms. iro Clark Bt. If.
C M. RACHMANtf. '
4.K ruiM plk. J
Office. R. tM. Re.. O. KM.
2 B- Mth Ave., f ram.) all mod., $30.
1121 8. Kith St., 7 rmi, all mod., 1.
M7 8. Mthr An.,'4 Tm:-, 'all rrrod.,' "
2t5 Decatur Bt., mis., w ad. ex. heat, S.
M23 Charles Bt., 7 rim., all mod., t'M.
HM Emmet Bt., 7 rms., md. ex. heat, 117. M.
8244 N. ltth Bt, rms.'md. ex. heat. $1.
2H1I Webster Ht, i rms., md. ex. heat, l&.
a31 Bpenrr Bt. 6 rtrig.,' md. ex. Meat, lift.
tin N. Wth Ave , 4 rms., city water, lit).
1210 8. loth Avs.. 4 rms., city water, lo.
16a N. 16th Bt, 7 rms., md. ex. heat. 111.
MCAOUE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Ham, Dodge St , Tel. Doug. ,418.
VMll Bt Mary's, 11 rooms, mod., W.
lit M. zm, 1 rooms, mod., t.
.1 1 a r..v,t 1 1 ... t ),
N. euth. I rooms, mod.. $25.
ISIQ Manderson, t rooms, barn, 113.(0.
Rlngwalt Bros.. Bruidela Theater Bldg.
- CHEAP RENT.
t-roora house, TO N. 81-1.......... io
e-roora house, tui N. sw.
J. H. VARROTTE Hoard of Trade.
KM DOUOIAS street, t rooms, 127.50.
UO AND POPPLETON AVE. Eight
room modern brick flat; on car line; ju to
good tenant Wright A Lasbury, UK 8.
lrtth 8t Phone D. lox.
-ROOM eottags; modem, except furnace;
beautiful lawn and trees. No. 204 South
Z2A Ave, Rent only M per no. Telepnoue
t ROOMS modern, food repairs. 2801 8.
24 Ave.. lX Teh Harney lttlu.
A BEAUTIFUL, t-roorn. All modern bung
alow; in excellent neighborhood; on car
line: reasonable rent lo sood tenant oi
Urand Ave. Phone Webatsr 7M.
NICE cosy eveo-rcom bouse, all mod
ern, excellent furnace. Right on the Mth
Bt ear Una, No. tm N. Mih It Wiu rent
for M or will sell oa easy terms. Til
Harney Mr. -
Om. Van A Storage Co. packs. moves, stores
household goods. Fireproof storage, lUi H.
lsth. Branch. M B. 17th. Tel. D. 41iO. A-UJo.
COTTAOB. 140S N. Kth Bt Tel. Harney M&4,
In all part
CreigU Sons 4k
of th city.
Co.. Be Bldg.
FOR RENT New, modern, brick, k-room
bouse; possession January 1. 4uo lsard St.,
1130 8. ISth St., 7 room and bath, fM.
! Pacific, bath. 121.
'tX Howard St. 117.60
(M B, lath St., 130.-'
fcat 8. loin st. .
ALF. C. KENNEDY.
' Tlnl Naounal Bank Bldg. Tel. Doug. 72.
FOR rFnT SUlT Grand Av Il v
Nice 4-room cottage, modern except heat.
Key next door. pnones: Doug. 1400;
Harney itIU. C. L. Vauo.
MODERN e-room bouse, 3710 Capitol Ave
Caal Harney 14t4.
FOR RENT Fine 7-room modern house,
on car line.
7-ROOM house, modern, walking dlstanoe,
fancy, beautiful. Turner Park. Cor. Dodge
and So. Central Boulevard. Inquire kill)
iKuge or un. Mcunue, county surveyor.
FERfUN Kxp. A Stciag. UU Cap. IX lUa
HOUICHOU) GOODS packed, forwarfled;
cheap freight rates; moving and storing,
txpressiueu Delivery Co. lei Douglas 44.
1CU Maple St., l-room. modern. 117.
NEW, I rooms, all modern except heat
IbOl 8. kMh Avs.. I bloca south of Central
boulevard and Vlntoa suhooi. 'lei. 'lyler iadl.
BRAND new, I rooms, tiled bath, oak
finished, laundry basement two blocks to
three oar line, nice waik down town. Act
utck If you want this fine home. 100 d.
mth Ave. Phone H. till.
FOR RENT -room house, all modern.
S07 B. 20th St.. for U0. Also 7-room, new
brick tial. a14 Dodge St., for 440. Call
e-KOOM. U0. KJO Burt. Harney I4M.
SPsriAI Eight rooms. West Farnam,
it. 4uth Hue one block off; I rooms and
I Hall, east front; decorate to suit.
I , w ir v-w k- mil. vstitk en
Y'Jl N. Y. L. Douglas or A-71M.
r Vlk A. gvxiaa, el, ir ea wu
C . . . . f..,lni( a.tn f t.i at, . i il k tt i it.
vlUU'iil iUII , g7i4aai avs v 'st iiiuuin.
ill bE BL1LDINU COMPANY.
OFFERED FOR SALE
BARE BURNER, steel range, gss range.
furniture and carpet chei. rt N. 14th.
STEEI. RANGE. hole, wood, heating
stove. Cheap for caeh. U XH. Bee.
BfT an I. C. Smith A Rroe. typewriter.
R. F. Bwanson Co., Distributers, UK Far
YOU can rent en Oliver typewriter with
otik stand. II monthly, from manufacturers,
most Interested In satisfaction given.
Oliver Typewriter Co., lu',,on1,.
MONARCH Tjpewrlter, perfect condi
tion, for vale cheap. 5a IVe Hide-.
FECONU-hand typewriters sold, repaired
Central Typewriter Exchange. ien7 Farnam.
Typewriters, all makes. H reg-nlar prices;
greatent bargains ever offered. B. F. He. an
ion Vo., 13U Farnam St.. Omaha.
FOR BALE New and second-hand bil
liard end pool tables. We lead the world
In cheap bar fixtures; eaey payments.
Krunswlck-Balke-Collender. 4wf S. ltfth 8t.
ONE) NATIONAL VACUUM CLEANING
with all the equipment such as:
l'fl ft. vacuum hose.
One 10-Inch carpet sweeper,
One. d-lnch rug aweeper,
One 12-lnc h wood and tile floor cleaner.
One 44-Inch upholstery cleaner.
One wall brush.
One detachable sweeper handle fits all
One extension wall brush handle,
One demonstrating glass,
Tools for engine.
Engine la a two-cylinder, marine type,
four-cycle. 7-hoiseuower. The outfit has
been In use for a short time only. We
traded It In on an automobile and will sell
for ITU). Cost SUM). Can sent a cut of the
outfit. If wanted. Inquire at The Oottberg
Auto Co.. W. ISth Kt., Columbus, Neb.
Pf"AT. Reeder Cooking; housewife's de-VyV-ilAJ
light C. A. W esterfield. D. 1W.
SAFES Overstocked with second-hand
safes, all sixes and makes; bargains. Amer
ican Supply Co. 1110 Farnam Bt
About 40 feet of IS-lnch diameter No. 10
gauge, galvanised pipe, with four 46-inob
elbows and T. This was used for ventilat
ing purposes, and pipe Is fen good condition.
The Bee Publishing Co., 17th and Farnam.
TRT our own mined Klnsas coal, M 75 ton.
Southern Coal Co.. zlst and Paul; Web. m4.
FOR BALE M.OUO flrst-clasa mortgage oa
Nebraska real estate. J. D. Isaak. Ameri
can Falls, Idaho.
WE HAVE on hand a number of Ink
barrel which we will sell for CO cents
each. They are fine for rain water or ashew
Call at press room. Be Publishing CO.
DRT kindling, tt per load delivered.
Webster 6s47; lnd. B-WoL
111 M take handsome black lynx fur set
latest style, like new; worth 145.00. Ad
dress H VIA Bee.
Alice Johnson, 106-1 Brandels Theater bldg.
KATHKRYN NIKOLAS, 4S4-4 Brandels
D. O. BARN ELL. Paxton Blk- Tel. id 7117.
Rheumatism and stomach trouble. Dr.
Margaret Hallotan, Neville bia. U. Iiot
DR. EOOER8, private confinement home,
lfilti Martha Bt., omana. Tel. Douglas
8TRICTY private horn for confinements;
excellent, car; babies for , adoption, till
Davenport. ' , -.'(
flAMr)Vlew Maternity home, private
uiuiiiii,,,,,, for women during confine
ment. Address Box 117, Florence. Tel. Flor
THE SALVATION ARMT solicit cast-off
clothing, In fact anything you do not need.
We collect, repair and sell at 134 N. 11th
St., for cost of collection, to the worthy
poor. Call phone Douglas 4146 and wagons
MRS. SNYDER has opsned manage par
lors In The Dunsany, room I, 10th and
Pierce fits., where she gives salt glow,
Besdtsh movement vlbraior and radiator
treatment 'Phone Red 41M0.
JOB1E WASHBURN'S book. "Th Under
world 8ewer," at all book stores. Price, 41.60.
PRIVATE HOME during confinement;
babies for adoption. Oood Hamarltan Sani
tarium, 740 1st Ave.. Council Bluffs, la.
YOUNQ WOMEN coming to Omaha as
strangers are Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian Association building at
Seventeenth street and ft. Mary' avenue,
where they will be directed to suitable
boarding places or otherwise assisted.' Look
tor our traveler's old at th Union station.
MASK? BUITS to rent at LIEBEN'S.
TJTTTJTTTRV. P"e. to., cured; no knife;
liUrlU IVTj book rM German Dootora,
420 Broadway, Council Bluffs, la.
TlAT'tltl Salt glow and massage, 1606
Dodge, third floor, opp. post
office. Mme. Allen of Chicago. Doug. 76t&
WTHCi nd toupes for men. Griffith.
VV 1UO in .nd 14 FRENZER BLOCK
renr uuut o aiaxav i'' re
moved, no pain, no loss of time, no Injury
. .IflH anirb .iL.r.nt.. ' luH 1 a . .
....... - I.LI , . 1 1 T tl UAIO ....... .1
ant. 110 McCague Bldg., liith and Dodge.
treatment. Mme. Smith.
Mi 8. lath, third floor.
E. I.. LOVEJOY repairs sewlnx manhinea
and warrants them. 2301 N. list Web. 461.
o- n;r,:!an Oriental
l IU1. liujiou g
randels Then. Ph. O. tel.
OMAHA stammerer' Ins., Ramg Bldg.
TABLETS will build,
50c. BELL DRUO CO.
MWJKFTIfi Treatment E. Brott. 721
.VU.MLllt 8. 18th Bt. Tel. Red 4008.
1)1? 1HIRKF Specialist Disease of
our. ISth A DougUa, umaha. Call or writ.
VIBRATO It Y MASSAGE
Dr. Rlttenhouse. 306 Old Boston Store, 4th
fioor. elevator entrance, U0 H. 14th. Open
Sundays from I a n. to II p. m.
Cn-UpVipa ,rom combings. 11.60. Mr. S.
OW Utiles Matnee.-,, ioH Paxton block.
PRIVATE maternity home. Mr. Dr.
King. Illt4 North 14th St Web. 1!I.
TREATMENTS at hotels or reeldences
Neuropathy, Swedish movement. Massag
ana niaKnenu vmrupimuuce. rnonc tt-liiX
f ASS A.(iEtr'atm''nt- Mrs- Steele, 111
B. l.Ul Bt., Zd 111
floor, room 6.
WE RFJNT and repair all kinds of sew
ing machines, ind A-looi; Douglas ItitU.
NEBRASKA CYCLE COMPANY,
l&th and Harney St.
POULTRY & PET STOCK
BONNIE VIEW White Wyandotte and
Bourbon Red Turkeys. Mrs. N. W. Bur
ba 11 k. Bonn! View Poultry Yards, New
8. C. W. and 8. and R. C. Brown leghorn
cockerels for sale cheap. Barker tiros.,
BUFF Orpington cockerel 11 each.
PURE BRED 8. C. Rhode Island Reds
(exclusively). VV cockerels of the well
known "Cottage Place" strains for sale at
U and 13 apiece, or I or I for to. hens and
pullets at II. SO each. Oeorg W. Dixon,
Cottage Place, Watartown, 8. V.
MAMMOTH Brans Turkey Toms. 1110;
hens, U jo; pairs ami trios. Thorougnrvd
Tolouae g -.. either sex. 12. Mlas K
Sclilinllcr, Nebraska City, Neb,
POULTRY PET STOCK
DUCK! Duck! Yes. Buff Orpinpton
great Inyers For prices, etc., writ
Clarloda Dik k Farin, i'lartnda, la
BAKU A INS now In all verities OrHna
tons. Wyandottea, leghorns. R. I. iterta,
Rm ks. Minorca, dm ks. g'-ese. turkeys,
William Koell A Co., box W. Hampton, la.
Lew V. Raber, Printer J.'Io"
Pe Bldg. Entrance on Court.
MILLER ft JAM1KSON. 1212 Douglas St
PHONE IN'D A-JS3 for good printing
Lyngatad Pilnting Co., 16th and Capitol Av.
RIES-HALL Ptg. C. 10 S. lth. Ind. A -I'M.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
Midland Guarantee and Trust company,
bonded abstracters, 1714 Farnam Bt.
PETER JESSKN, Jr. Co. Tel. Doug, m
REAL ESTATE DEALKRS
REED ABSTRACT CO., Est. lS.W;prnmpt
ervlce; get our prices. Brandels theater.
REAL ESTATE TITLE TRt T CO.. Fif
teenth floor City National Bank Building,
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE
4 brand new, strictly modprn. 5-room cot
tages; nicely located; on paved street; con
venient to two car lines and payinut big
per cent on the Investment Trice IlLOuO;
only 14.0(4 cah required.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
rhones Doug. 178L A-11S8.
3 choice lots between Mot and f.:M Sts.,
on Izard In a block where a number of
fine new homes have been built the last
two years; fine, high, . sightly location;
owner will make a price of 11.400 on these
two lots if sold by January 1; will make
terms: city Water to each lot.
HASTINUS & HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
960 A. $60 an Acre
B,rpy County (All level.).
Harrison 8c Morton
700 ft. Trackage, 10 M
FRONTS ON PACIFIC STREET.
Harrison & Morton.
RlV.tHVlM nuwt.r- Mil.. tf aala An
easy term by owner, tlx Miami St
toilet, etc.; nine tree aud aQrubosy. ul
fceuia list 8U
FOR BALE Two lots. 19x140. em aouta
Mth 8t near Vlntoai all special tsuies pais.
Will aeli as an piece or divide. Willing
to sell at aau-iflee. Apply at ais auxu
700 FT, TRACKAGE, 10TH ST.
Fronts paved St. t track in rear.
HARRISON & MORTON.
g-R.. bath. 14.000. 31') Burt, halt block of
I car lines, Harney and Cumming; asphalt
st owner, 2216 Burt M. Tel. Harney ZilHi.
FARM AND RANCH LAND FOR BALE)
ARKANSAS FARMS Big list; special
bargains; sent free. Writ today. Captain
Klggs, ayettevltte. Ark.' 1
FOR BALE 170 to 180 per acre: U cash.
balance long term; th last of tn big
ranohes to be colonised and In the created!
irrigation district In th world, where each
land owner nas equal right to water and
It never gives out; rich, level, sandy loam;
Srows from 6 to t crops alfalfa yearly
airy product called for eaca day by th
four big creameries; no land anywhere
near so cheap, any wher In district; will
double In value in 1 years; Investigate
this. Turlock Garden Land Co.. Modesto,
CHANCE OF A LIFETIME TO SECURE
a 1 to 5-acr home at Hayward at low
piioe and on easy terms; we are closing up
the Horry W. Meek estate and buyu.s must
act qulokly; the electric from Oakland runs
to the tract every 20 minutes; b. p. and
Western Pacifio runs through the lands;
only U minute to San Franc, sco; one crop
win more tnan pay lor tn land.
Beans produce xuoo per acre; peas, (ear
liest tn the state) InOO per acre; garlic. liOO:
tomatoes. $130; cherries and apricots, from
i'A0 to litui; local buyers have purchased
over 1100,000 worth In last 00 days; they
know It value; only about so acre of th
subdivision left. Come out at once; free
information; electrio cars stops at our door.
ROBINSON & OUNN1NO,
General Agents for land of Meek estate,
(33 Castro St Hayward, Cal.
SUBDIVIDE Have 155 a ore of choicest
lsnd In Banta Crus mountains, I miles from
Santa Crus, I miles from Olonwood; HO
acres cleared, balance In timber and or
chard; county road runs through land;
deep rich soil; price $35 per acre; can b
subdivided In small tracts at Lot) par acre.
Jobn Dubula, Saata Crux, Cai.
.J ttWt norn 1A &ah tr,A lural l.tt A
mile from Merced; adapted to alfalfa,
fruit, etc.; 1 mile from school; small house,
sheds, . water right.
11.200 H0O down: 10 acres good level land,
4 miles from Merced; adapted to alfalfa,
orchards, stc ; water right
J. S. RUSSELL. Merced, Cal.
A HOME with an income chean 240
acres, miles from Auburn: good house, i
rooms furniture, barn, sheds, farming
IooIk, 2 wagons, harneax, 10 milch cows,
10 acres bearing orchard and grapes, 60
seres grain iana, ao natural meadows, o
alfalfa, balance paature; I living apringa;
all under ditch; fineat climate on earth;
I miles to R. H. shipping. Price $o,u00, 11.000
canh, balance t per cent. R. E. Lee, Heal
Estate Broker. E. Auburn, Cal.
SAN JOSE Income Horn Orchard.
I6.500 6 a., adjoining the city limits of
Fan Jose; assorted fruit orchard, pays
I-hjO per year; two good new cottages: rent
for .i0 par month; null and tank and sll
outbuildings; laud adjoining sailing for
ll.uuo per a. : best proposition in the state.
J. M. NELSON. 24 N.- 1st bt, San Jose.
GARDEN SPOT OF ARAPAHOE
Now la the time to set ready and buy a
a choice lot to select from. Some good
on The J. R. Harris Realty Co.. iUK Main
bt, Littleton. Colo.
7H-acre tract, or part, plenty of .fruit;
also suitable for chicken ranch; a bargain,
if taken at once; elose to car line. Call or
'phone Roland 4k Hoffman, Real Estate.
FOR BALE How la this: A lot (0x140
feat In a progressive city, and 40 acre
farming land, all for $2U0, on terms of 410
ca.h and $19 monthly. Address, F. L.
Thomas. 2200 River road. Columbus, Oa.
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
TRAVERSED BY THE
Land adapted to the widest rang of
crops, all the money crops of the Kouttj
filentl fully produced. For literature treat
ng with Uiia coming country, It soil, cli
mate, church and school advantages, write
W. H. LEAHY.
Oen'l Paasenvar Agt. Dept. v. Atlanta. Oa.
AS YOU read this ad. so will thouianda
read yuur want ad If li Ls 4a 'Ue Use.
FARM AMI HIM II I. AMI FOR 4I.K
Florida Y'ui cannot lo.e on any well
selected property In Florida, but nre oure
of quick and substantial profits. We have
many good properties for colonisation,
fruit and vegetehl lands and Improved
farms. I ope A North, in Atlantic' National
Bank Bldg . Jacksonville. Fla.
FOR KALE ,tn9 acres In Cheyenne f"o
Colorado; H level. S gently, rolling; ad
joins two towns. U. P. R. R. frcntac; Vj
surveyed for Irrigation; awn my own water
rights; all alfalfa, wheat and potato land;
shallow water; country settling fast; IWj
acres valley land; great ranch or colonis
ing proportion; all fenced and crtesfenoed;
greatest bargain In eastern Colorado, at
110 for Quick rale; liberal terms, low In
tercet Inquire owner. Jas. U. Bailey,
In la van. III.
FOR SALE Or exchange splendid
ere wheat farm In Manitoba's most fav
ored district near town and school. What
ft..,.. ....I. . r.ff.r W II r.r.nn 1 1
FOR SALE Best ROO-acre stock grain
farm in state; R, R. station, store nd
elevator on farm; gravel road; will bear
closest Investigation. Price I1U0.O0O. M. A.
Brock, Cissna Park. Ill
FOR SALE Com farms; SM acres In Bu
reau county, Illinois. IU2.R0; K acres. Ogle
county, 180. O. A. Holcomb. Aurora, 111.
1(10 ACRES FINE PRAIRIE LAND.
Bltuated miles from a good county seat
town In North Dakota. Every foot tillable;
will trade In a town dwelling to amount
of $1,MJ0 to $2,000. Address Lock Box 211.
New Albln. la.
19 ACRES In Anderson county, Kan.; 10
acres pasture, balance new land; price, $14
per acre. Neal-Bowman Land Co., Uarnett,
ALFALFA land; farm lands In western
Kansas. 1 quote, subject te previous sale,
8. W. 19-20-81, fhallow water alfalra land,
at. $25 per acre; 31. miles from McCu..N. E.
11-17-32, good wheat or broom corn land. 111
per acre; 6 miles from Manning on Mo.
Pac. a. D. Card, Scott Oity, Kaa.
FOR SALE 12,000 aore of unimproved
fruit and farm lands In eight townships
In Lake, Osceola nd Mason counties, Mich
igan; formerly hard wood timber lands;
situated in well settled country; title per
fect; abstract furnished. Representatives
at Land Show and at Hotel New Southern,
where samples of soil and products
are shown. H. W. Marsh, Owner, Man
MICHIGAN FARMS IN FRUIT BELT.
No. L 40-A., all cleared, log house, tram
barn, nice creek, $660.
No. 2. 40-A.. IS seres cleared, new house,
level, good loll, I70O
No. 8. 40 acres, alt cleared, bulldingi, 4
mile town, 200 peach, other fruit, 11.060.
No. 4, 80-A., 6 acres cleared, balance cut
over, house, fine stream, $1,000.
No. 6, 40-A., unimproved, I mile town,
good land. 1400.
No. . 40-A., unimproved, level, can b
easily cleared, $3u0.
No. T, BO-A., unimproved, : level, heavy
black land. $1,000.
No. a. 170-A., unimproved, level, heavy
black soil. $1,500.
All on easv terms, others. Hst fre.
THE EYAN8-HOLT CO., Fremont Mich.
Beet COO-arr farm in Mich,; black sandy
loam; 14 bldga; 1 mil from town; net
yearly earnings 16.000. R. Arbogaat. Bloom,
field, N. J.
MISSISSIPPI LAND iThousands of acres
of the very best of farm and timber land
for sale In Wilkinson county, Mississippi!
at from $& to $20 per acre,., , Wilkinson
county 1 In the healthiest, part of this
country, with a climate unsurpassed; ail
kinds of crop can be gro$v,here. and
horses, mules, cattle, hoKS And poultry
can be raised very pmtliAhly. Hav
tracwrrom 10 to io.wkj acM one body;
I can r furnish Splendid;. prBpeltle , for
colonization at very low price: Also, fin
tln ber tracts. If you nt'. lartcf' In.' any
n . - na... .1. i. at. I. . l n . . ! -1 . .. .
Vlll.l t - V. B.C-.Q, ' " II, 1,11 l(,nl.ll (
I can furnish It. If Interested, call 'on or
writ to O. A. Wettlln, real estate agent,
and county director of th Mississippi
Lhnd Development Association, n Woodvllle,
FORECLOSURB SALE OF LAND W
have over 16,000 acre Minnesota land to
offer, at foreclosure prices; about one-hair
value; liberal terms; part or whole: grand
opportunity for retailer. E. W. Taylor A
Son.. Nat Qer.-Amer. Bank Bldg., St Paul,
FOR SALE BY THE OWNER-lf-3 acres
In Mower county, Minn.; welt improved, all
tillable; I miles to town, half mils to school,
12 miles to Iowa I.ne. Price, $70 per acre,
Beth A. Cheney, Grand Meadow, Minn,
FOR BALE Best cut-over land In north
ern Minnesota and Wisconsin; $2.75 per acre
and up: farm, timber and Iron lanjds. John
Q. A. Crosby, 205 Palladia Bldg.. Duluth,
840 OPEN MINNESOTA PRAIRIE at $16.
Term: 112,000 hardware and Implements
and 18.000 building for farm to match la
corn belt Box 14. Adrian, Minn...
180 ACRES $ mile to town; good, level.
Well drained land; on mall route and
school house on on corner of the farm;
7-room house, new: barn 10x00; hog and
cow house; windmill, plenty water, about
I acres timber. This 1 a good place, priced
at $05 per acre.
D. E. CRUTCHER, Drexel. Mo.
OZARK LANDS. Oiark Land Co.. 403
Q RAZING, farming, timber and fruit
land in south Missouri. From $8.60 to $i&
OZARK LAND CO.. 403 BEB BLDO.
BARGAIN 50-acr farm: 4 mile from
Warsaw, Mo.; 26 acre cultivated, balane
paature; near school and churchy price
$l,0uo; terms easy. , Address T. U. Owen,
Warsaw, Mo. . .
MISSOURI LANDS tor sale, M acre to
1,000 acres; terms and prices to suit pur
chaser. Writ for particulars. W. M.
Stsvens. Clinton, Henry Co., Mo.
M0 ACRiCS AND 400 ACRES IN OOOU
old Cass county; 60 miles from Kansas City;
both well improved; .fine black limestone
land; bargain; choice, t5 per acre; good
terms. E. V. Burdett, Oaroeu City, Mo.
HALF INTEREST. 40-acr farm, under
laid with si no and lead. T. Chapman,
Webb City. Mo.
Nm .. ,a.
IMPROVED farm of about MO acre in
Colfax county. Nebraska, all good level
land, new buildings, 60 acres in wheat
lays close to town. U. P. R. R. runs
through the farm. Price, H0 per acre,
would take Soma city property. I. N.
Hammond, 332 Board of Trade.
WE own and offer for sale North Ia
kota farm lands at attractive prices. The
Northern Trading Co., Cassation. N, D.
KLICKITAT APPLE LAND,
go acres only luOOO per acre.
Address L. D. Oakes. Gaston, Ore.
160 ACRES ALL EQUIPPED, $1,200.
Income .6 besides produce consumed
by owner's family; 69 acres Ullage;, juicy
paature for II cows; l.UuO cds. hard wood
can b marketed in Center at $5 per cord;
orchard produces 10 bbls, In season; at
tractive 7-room painted house with spring
water; big batn, wagon shed, poultry and
sugar houses; owner, having other busl
nena, will sacra fice for o.H.'k sale and will
Include pair horses, I cows, sugar-makini
and farming equipment for only ll.Mo, part
cath; heres splendid chance for a man
with a little money lo gel out Into God s
country, be happy, independent, meks
money and keep his family In comfort ana
plenty; read all the retails of this and an
other of 47 acres for $M page IV, ' b trout
illll' 111, J ..WW. Jk.
A. htruut. Station ii Union bank, bldg..
Persistent Advertising 1 th Road to
FIRM AND RAXIt I 4 Ml r OR I B
POUT OVONXEK, TEXAS
The Oarden pot of the south. Fin win.
tcr nd rummer climate, very best agri
cultural and fruit land. AM clos to rail
road. One year" rrop will pay for land.
Price $-4 to $. per acre. One-Uilrd cash.
WARNER & W1LL1AAIS,
442 Bee iUdg. Oman. Neb
CHEAP RANCH-Ureat bargain; l.OCO
acits, near Foisoni, N. M.; b-rooin ranch
house, outbuildings, fruit trees; acres
can be put in uitalta ana Undated; U
kpr.ngs. natural shelter for cattle; control
J.owu acres in iwstuie, mile fence; 4lv
per acre, half tash. 1'. 11. pence, w nite
WELL IMPROVED lanrh of seven tac
tions lor bale by owner, In center of Gray
eovnty, Texas; well vate.eo, priced rigak
Apply to 1L 11. Lovetu Paiupa. Tex.
FOR SALE Clieap, 10 acres good land,
about 2 acres slashed; good well, new
pump and shed; for W.U; V mile to Shell
dun dock; li minutes' ride to Bremerton.
Address Box 6.6, Bremerton, Wash.
Five acrve of good alder land, partly
cleared, near good road; good new house
and chicken house; w laying hns, ducks
and a lot of pigeons, two miles from good
new town, near boat landing; ten miles
ft cm city of 40.OH0 people. l'tli-e, $.; ju
down, balance $10 per month. See Air.
Morrison, 2U Bond St., Everett Wash.
TVO 6-acre tracts, fronting on Lake Che.
Ian, Wash.; 2- ear-old winter apples, fine
soil, fine lake, fine climate, fine fishing
and boatinu, low juice to close an estate.
Addrexs W. 11. Noi l Is, 4761 12th Ave., N.
E.. Seattle, or C. P. Bennett. Lakeside,
COME TO VILAS COUNTY, WISCONSIN.
Good iand cheap and on very esy term
form $10 to $16 an acre. 40 acre for
$10 DOWN AND $10 A MONTH.
No Interest no taxes, insurance clause In
the contract. Fertile soil, plenty ot rain,
good roads, good markets, good schools and
Send for man and book to Dent. 2. O. F.
SANBORN CO., Eagle River, Wis.
DANDY LAKE FRONT DAIRY FARM:
U acres; only 3 miles from Centurla, Polk
county. Wis.; excellent soil, hardwood tim
ber; 26 acres under cultivation; good frame
house, log barn, small fruit and slmil
trees; quarter mile frontage on boautlful
lake with fine beach; only $2,2oO,.on easy
terms. Owner, O. E. C, Box A, St. Crolg
80 ACRES LEVEL LAND, 25 cultivated.
balance pasture, 6-room house, largn barn,
chicken house, spring and trout brook on
farm; 2 miles from station, school on land.
$1,600, easy terms. Tom O. Mason. Island
City State bank, Cumberland, Wis.
JOO-sor farm, stock machinery and all fnr
$3.f00; small payment down; 00 acres under
piow; new moaern seven-room house; two
miles from Mauston. Wis.: act auick. Ad
dress R. M. GR1MSRUD, Westby. Wis.
FOR SALE Cheap, good Improved farm.
f 1,000; half down, balance easy term. Geo.
ves. Mauston, Wis., R. 6.
TO exchange 130 acres good level farm
land, Oneida county, Wisconsin; near
railroad and town; country rapidly settling
up ana price advancing; price 41, sod, clear;
want good, sound voving registered Perch-
eron or Belgian slallon, to weigh no less
than J.S'JU pounds and a sure foal getter.
Address Lock Box 603. Rhlnelander, Wis.
BEST land In Wisconsin: anv sired trnnt:
wholesale prices. Grimmer Land Co.. Marl.
EIGHTY acres choice Irrigated land. nH
se1. 17-47-92, located near Worland, Wyo
unaer itanover canai; price, ti& per acre,
sub.lect to previous sale. C. F. Robertson,
Worjgnd, .vyo , . ...... . . . . - .,
u . , i . . ,. ,
'Miscellaneous. ' -'
$5 A MONTH BUYS
A 10 ACRE FRUIT FARM
In th established gulf coast country that
ran be made to produce 6,0U0 a year.
rrunaaie oirer the most in the entire
south for Investor or settler. Good land
hot white sand: fine markets: located on
trunk railroads; rainfall plentiful; no Ir
rigation needed; water pure; climate
healthful; winters Ideal; not a new thing,
but has been successful for eighteen, years.
The present price of this fruit farm land
Is low and its value Is rapidly Increasing.
jno otner mnu proposition anywhere orfera
th investor or settler guch remarkable op
portunity tor so lime money as 1-rultdale.
Write for big book showing panoramla
views. Agents wanted.
FRUITDALE) DEVELOPMENT CO..
647423 Chestnut St., St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED TO BUY
There are thousands ol people In Iowa
that want to buy farms Improved and un
improved In settled and unsettled districts.
The way to best reach them la through the
classified pages of THE DES MOINES
CAPITAL. Average circulation last month
44,445 copies. Published for twenty years at
uei dioines, ia., oy laie ioung.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
trX) to 16.000 on Omaha homes. O'Keete
Real Estate CO., 1016 N. Y. Life. Douglas
or A -2161.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam St
1100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
GARVIN BROS.. 2d floor N. Y. Life. 1601
to $1U0,0u0 on Improved property. No delay.
LOANS to home owners and horn build.
rs, with privilege of making partial pay
W. 11. THOMAS.
(03 First National Bank Bldg.
LOW RATES. BEM1S-CARLBERO CO.,
110-312 Brandels Theater !dg.
MONEY TO LOAN Payn Investment Co.
WANTED City loan. Peter Trust Co.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE hav CASH BUYERS for GOOD bus
iness and residence properties. WE CAN
BEI.L your property If worth the money.
O'NEIL'8 REAL EST AT hi AGENCY.
Tel. Tyler 1024. - lnd. A-I3U.
16j6 Farnam street, Omaha.
611 North 21tli street South Omaha,
IF YOU have any kind of business or
properties to trade for South Missouri land
see osark Land Co., 403 Bee Bldg, Omaha.
WE exchange properties ot merit H. II.
Culver, 12-i3 N. Y. Llle. Douglas 7M&,
ONE brand new No. 70 Colt's acetylene
gas machine and gas rang to trade for
good hoga, cows or chicken. 4uw Urand
Av. Phoii Web. 4714.
320 acres fine land to exchange for a
stock of general merchandise. Address y
272, care Bee.
GENERAL merchandise business tn a
good town to exchange for good land. Good
business. Address Y Z73, care Bee.
ENGINE, thrashing machlns. eorn shel
ter, and saw mill In cood running order;
will trade or sell for canh cheap. J. W.
Engelke, owner, Miaaourl Valley, la.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR
Omaha property, good luo-aore farm In
Western Missouri; new 7-room house, SuO
ach treed, 42 aore In wheat Address
WANTED TO BUY
REST price paid for 2d-hand furniture,
carpets, olothlng and shoes. Tel. D. 3il.
SUUOND-H AND clothing; party after
j,Vuu, dreafita, JuLU it 'fcitfiilau. L). iLD; A-xi.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED -l to I furnished rooms. Mlt
able for l'Kbt lumsoki ein. lv oung
couple; must be close in; best references.
Address G 54. Bee.
YOU Ml lady stenographer, experience
goon penman; piier country n. t-1
N. A. lndianola, l.t.
YOI'NG man wishes lo secure osltln
with reliable real estate comtmny Chance
to learn btmlnesm and advance. Experi
enced. Address V-I7L care Bee.
SITl'ATlON wnntetl. Refined American
woman as housekeeper for widower with
out children. Will ltav oity. Address F
rHoronAW vim paper for the
PUBLIC PRINTING AMI BINDING
SKALKD 1'Hi.il'OSALS will be received un
til January lti, liil, at lO M a'clock a. tn.,
lor furnishing the PAPER for th PUB
LIC PRINTING and BINDING for the
year ending the 2!Hli vt February, 1H12, the
said proposals to be opened before and the
award of contracts to be made by the
Joint Committee on Printing to the lowest
ami best bidder tor the interests of the
Government, the committee renervlng to
itself the right to reject any and all bids,
as Its judgment of the boat Interests of the
Government may dictate.
Detailed schedules of the description,
quantity, and quality of the paper required
accompanied by samfle and blank pro
posals, nnrt Kivnng the regulations with
which bidders must comply, ran be ob
tained by addressing Sam I B. lHmnelly,
Public Printer. WsshintUon, It, C
The contracts will be entered Into for
supplying such quantities of aer as may
be needed and no mTe.
The approximate estimated quantities set
forth In detail in the schudule comprise:
140,000 reams machine-finish printing
ItS.OOO leaiiia machine-finish printing
3S.00 reams slued anil super-calendered
while or tinted printing aper,
various sixes. .
1,3iK reams antique machine-finish
S.OeO reams wove iiiHclilne-f Inlsh print
4.8H0 reams white writing paper, loft
dried, various sises and weights.
6.260 reams colored writing paper, loft
dried, various Rises and weight.
610.000 pounds whit writing paper, ma
chine dried, various nixes and
40.000 pounds tablet writing paper.
SO.OoO pounds white writing paper, water
marked V S M O.
8,000 reams cover paper, Varlou sizes
IOO.OoO pounds loft-dried linen map paper.
640,000 iHiumln superfine (slngl and double)
coated book paper.
470.000 pound man! la paper, various sises
1,000 pounds plated bullet patch, varlou
345,000 pounds bond paper, varlou color,
ices and weights
20,000 pounds blue bond paper,
marked U 8 M O.
350,000 pounds safety bond paper,
marked II S M O.
I.ooo pounds parchment deed.
115.0U0 sheets cardboard, various
6,ew,000 pounds brltdol board for
lf.ono pounds superfine brlstnl board.
WKt.oto pounds colored hi Istol board.
140.00ft pound manlla tag board.
7,i"0 reams first-class ledged paper
wove, various colors, sixes, and
4,000 reams second-class ledger paper,
white or blue, wove, various lacs
It") reams tissue pnpe. (extra nper.
K reams blotting piper, any standard
1,030 reams marble, comb, and lining
paper, various sixes.
526 ream typewriter paper, varlou
sixes and weights.
55 ream letter paper.
3,000 pou mi b white paraffin paper, 24x31
3,000 heets parchment, 15x21 inches.
In case where more than one thousand
reams are called for proposals will be re
ceived for one thousand reams or more.
By direction of the Joint Commute on
SAM'L B. DONNELLY.
Washington, D. C, December 14, 1910.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING - OFF1CB
of Lee-Glass-Andreesen Hardware com
pany, Omaha, Nebraska, December I, 11)10.
Notice ls hereby given to the stockholders
of Lee-Glaas-Andreeeen Hardware Com
pany that the annual meeting of th stock
holders of the company will be held at th
office of the said company, corner of Ninth
and Harney streets, in the city of Omaha,
In th stat of Nebraska, on Tuesday, Janu
ary, 10, A. D.. inn, at I o'clock p. m., for
the purpose of electing a board of directors
for the company to serve during th en
suing year, and to transact such other
business as may b presented at such meat
lng. H. J. LEE. President
Attest: W. H. GLASS. Secretary.
Stockholders' meeting of th Union Land
Notice ls hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of th Union
Land company, for the election of five
director and th transaction of such other
business as may legally come before th
meeting, will be held at th office of th
General Solloltor, Union Paclfla Head
quarter Building, Ninth and Farnam
streets, Omaha, Nebraska, on Monday, th
Dth day of January, 1H11, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Th stock transfer book will be closed
10 day previous to the meeting.
ALEX. MILLAR, Secretary.
. Nw York City, N. Y Dec. 18. 1910.
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d CLAIK, Tims Bldf., M. T.
John Weems Defeats
Churchmen in Suit
Action to Enforce Payment of Note
Given ai Subicnption to Metho
dit Chnrch Reiiited.
FULLERTON. Neb.. Dec. 20.-8peolal.)-An
udjourned session of district' court con
vened here last week with Judge Thorns
of Columbus on the bench, to try the case
of the Trustees of the Methodist Episcopal
church against John Weems. to recover
IMO, a subscription to the new church fund.
Mr. Weems claimed the subscription was
conditional on the church being built for
a certain amount and according to certain
plans and specifications and to be com
pleted by a specified time. Afterward th
amount was raised, th plans changed and
the tlm extended, o h had asked fnr
his nam to be strlrken fmm the sub
scription list. Th Jury decided m favor of
the defendant and th church will appeal
Owing to the prominence of the parties
and th question Involved, gregt Interest
wa manifested throughout the trial and
th court room was peeked every day.
County Attorney Shields and Attorney J.
M. Stewart of Lincoln represented the
trustee and Senator Kemp and th firm
of Trutchfleld ana Rose represented tjk de
fendant. . :ii..L -
"Frats" Abolished in"
Board of Education Says drgantza
tiom Promote Exclusive and Un- ,
democratic Clan Distinctions.
nOCHKBTER, N. Y., Dec. JD.i-Tha Wm
of Education today formally, abolished the
five fraternities and five sororities In th
high school on the ground that they
"promote exclusive and undemocratic class
distinction, fix prematura and artificial
social standards, detract seriously from
th regular work of the school and stimu
late extravagant habits and Involve a
burdensome expense." Fraternities have
existed In the Rochester High school since
1S79. - . . .
SCHENECTADY. N. Y.. feo. 20. Secre
tary Richard F. Yate of the Grand Inter
Fraternity Council of the United Stat
laid tonight that th action of the Ro
chester authorities was not unexpected. 114
also said arrangements undoubtedly would
be mad to continue the organisation Is
some other form, despite th board' ruling.
GUERRA PUTS ATTACK ON LIFE.
AT DOOR OF ADMINISTRATION
General Asaerta, a Private Cltisea,
11 Will Devsis Faergles 4a
HAVANA, Dec. 20.-MJor General Pino
Guerra today publishes a manifesto in
which, by implication, he charge the Ad
ministration with responsibility fnr hit
recent attempted assassination. tt rayl
Ms own conduct since he was placed li
command of tlie army wa actuated eolel
by a high sense of duty and declare that
hereafter as a private citlxen h wjll devot
all hi energies to th advancement of th
best Interests of his beloved Cuba.
(From a Btaff Correspondent
WA3HN10TON, Deo. 20. (Hpertal Tele
gram.) Army orders: IJeutenant Colonel
John B. Mallory, Eleventh Infantry, ls de
tailed to fill a vacancy In th inspeotoi
general' department, vie Lieutenant Colo
nel Francl H. French, Inspector general,
who Is assigned to th Eleventh Infantry.
Colonel Mallory will proooed . to Kan An
tonio. Teaas, and report to th command
ing general, Department of Texas, for duly
as inspector general of that department.
Captain Emit J. Huebschr, Porto Rico
regiment of infantry, will proceed to
Washington at once and report to liriga
dler General Earliest A. Carllngtnn, in
spector general, president of the army re
tiring board, for examination.
Captain Michael J. 1-enlhan, Twenty
fifth Infantry, now In this city on leave
of absence, will report In parson to the
president of the army war colleg for
First Lieutenant Douglas rotts, Eight
eenth Infantry, will proceed to Fort Leav
enworth and report about January 15 to
Brigadier General Ramsey D. Pott for
appointment and duty.
Leaves of absence: Captain James M.
Love, jr.. Fifteenth Infantry, seven days'
extension; First Lieutenant Waller K. Wil
son, coast artillery corps, sixtesii days;
First Lieutenant Frank K. Kidman.
Twelfth cavalry, two months' extension;
First lieutenant Norton E. Wood, Sixth
field artillery, ten days' extension..
Nebraska tlar Creek, Cass county,
Mrs. France Sayles, vice VI. E. Kauf
Iowa Hocking, Monro county, William
(i. Hodge, vice J. T. Cobley, . removed;
Stacyvllla. Mitchell county, Mrs. Kdlth
Bpensley. vice TilU-y Rascoin, resigned.
riouth Dakota -Kflnlun, Roberts eounty,
Ellas Munsun, vice N. O. licit, resigned.
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