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OFFERED FOR SALE
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KUT t G Km th Pru typewriter
T. mi Co.. DistnUitere. tsii Ker
bs in B(.
ECOND-ren1 typewriters enM repaired
tnlrai Typewriter F.srhane. let far Bam
Typewriter. All make regular prices;
ireet hwreatne ever offered B. F. twea-
on Co.. UK ramam St., Omaha.
M I see 1 1 ew ma.
FOR SALE New and second-hand b 1
llrd and tables. W lead lha wo-id
In rhi bar fxtures; caay rmn,l
I.rimswick-balk-Cuiiender. v, 8. 10th 8t-
About feet of 24-lnch diameter Nil
(ui. galsnlkd pip, with four Ail no a
e.oows and T. IhU an used for ventiisi
Ib( purpose, and pipe I In good condition
1 k Baa Publishing Co.. 17th and Far nam.
.AFKrl Overstocked with second-hand
safe, all see and mitn: berssina. Arr.er
I an But ply Co ill F ara am 81.
HARK real Radiant Home IVv .; ao
washing machine; cheap. 225 E 8t , Fouih
Omaha, Phone tvouth 7.
WE HAVB an hand a numbar of Ink
barrels which w a will aU for (0 rents
each. Thar ara f!na for rain water or ashes
Call at press rwein. Baa publishing Co.
TUT aur own mined- Kanaaa coal. M 75 ton
Southern Coal Cx, list and Paul: Wi Zstt
? i I'flAT. Reeder Cookir-g; hniiewif'a da-
DRY klndllnc 1 ear
Wabatar iMV; lad. B-&1U.
A Ilea Johnaaa, IM-I Brands T baa tar bid.
KATHERTN NIKOL-C8. U- BrandaU
D O. BARNKLL, Paitoa Blk- Tel. itod Til?
WILLAKU tl'DT. rag-.ataxad practilionar
In C B tk-ViDgJ r-anton bikR-jWl.
DR. EOGEFMb. prlvata confinement boma.
Uli UarLba Be, Omaiia. Tel. twus.aa A2
TRICTT prlvata seme for conflnaroanta;
excellent cue. feaiaa fur adupuvo. J
THE SALVATION ARMY aollclta caat-off
(lolhicc. la fact, any Wuo you do not aaad.
Wa collect, repair and aal at 114 N Uta
fet . for coat af collection, to lha worthy
poor. Cail pit ana Lioualaa 4U and wafou
wi.l ca4L .-
MRS. IHIDER baa opanad maaaaa par
lore la - Tba - I'onaanr. roam a. ivtti and
Mecca 8ta., m kara aba clvea aalt slow,
aadiab mofiniaot, vibrator and radiator
treatment. 'Poodo Red M
f ASWArtR fealment. Mra. Rt
JOS1K WABKBL'RN'8 book. 'The Under
world bewar." at ail book atoras. plica. I Lie.
PRIVATE HOME durtac confinement;
bablea (or adoption. Oood Samaritan Sani
tarium. 40 lat Ave.. Council Bluffa, la.
r ritv NaUonal Bank Hlili
H.K to announce t r at ha ha etuarcad
1 lua dental offioa. beirK now better than
ever eo,uippe to give the erellent dental
uniN fur which he la ao wall anown.
If your treu ,tre aenninve ana you wien
i mora detailt. knowledaa of tientle. mod
ern operative method!, aend atamp for tiia
look, "lha oanue Arc oi raimewneae in
(it) i YD View Maternity noma, prlvata
VJ 1WU' L - boene- f or women during con
finement. Addraaa bos 117, Florence- Tel
r iorenca 32. .
it 'TvrrTP V P'ir. etc., cured; bo knife;
IV VI XUA-aXj aook fre. German Doctor.
J0 Broadway, Council - Bluffa la.
tOl'KQ WOMEN coming to Omaha as
strangers are Invited to visit the Young
Women a Christian Association, building at
teveateonlu street aad M. Mary a avreua.
where they will be directed to auuatte
boarding rlacra or otherwise aaalnted Look
for our traveler a aid at ths Lolaa atatlaa.
PRIVATE maternity boma. Mra. Dr.
King llil Nortn 14th 8L W'eb.
TREATMENTS at hotela or residences
Neuroiathy. Swedish movement. Massage
and msgnetla cnironracUca. Pbona U-U7k
vVu'HlQ tou pea for mea. Griffith,
I 1 U 'd " FREN3tk:B ILOCK.
I "JcPERFLfOCS HAIR permanently ra-
moved, no Mia. no loss of time, no Injury
to the akin, work guaranteed, lady attend
ant. Ill MrCague tldg, l&th aud Dodge.
fs. II HI Mrs
owucaeiu.,lhait. u pi
'Matthew a, w Paxtun blk. D SJnV
UK BURKE "P1""- Dikwaaea of
aur. 1Mb Douglaa. Omaha. Call or wrlta.
treatment. Mm. Smith,
ia 8. lsth. third floor.
Dr. Kitten house, MC Old Boatow Stor. u
l.awr. eievaior eatranoa. Us S. lata. Opea
-i.dk I root a. m. to 11 p. as.
MASK SLITS to rent at LiEBE.V S.
U Thea, Ph. D. su.
U K RENT and repair all kinds of sew.
U.g mat In nee lnd A -13; Doug-las MA.
Nk.UrtASKA CYCLE COMPANY.
Lia and Hamcy )ta.
11 THS nA rnaaaaae. lu
J lodge, third floor, opp. post
cffice. Mmr. AUrn of Chlcagu. Doug. Ttea.
OMAHA atantmerar' Ina.. Ramga Uldg.
TABLETS will build,
auc BLLL DRUQ CO.
DR. MAROARET HALLORAN. TX
Neville ItiOH'k. leaves fur Unroln today.
(December . and return January t.
M J1WTIC Treatment. E. Rrott T3
MAUAMIU S 1Mb St Tel RM Mt
Lew W. Itaber, Printer
Mea Bldg. l-ntranc on Court.
MILLEr. a JAMIESON. Uli Doug la BL
PHONR IN D A-rO or good printing
Llngaiad Printing Co.. 16th and Capitol A v.
RIP'S HALL Ptg C t llh. !nd A-!l
AIITkirtS or T1TI.K.
Midland (Kiaraatee and Trust company,
bonded abstracters. 1714 rarnara St.
I'ETEK JENSEN, jr., Co. Tel. Doug. Z2
REAL klTATC DEALERS
HIED ABSTRACT CO . Et- lsUI prompt
scrvico; get our price. Ji brandels theater.
REAL ESTATE TITLE TRl'ST CO.. Ktf
teenth flour City Nationai bank Building.
IJkteu to what a prominent land owner in
Dakota says of llee Want Ads:
"That ad I run in The Bee
brought me 27inquiries and paid
C. A. JOHNSON,
Fairfax, S. D.
citt rnowtTV row mik
rcR home or n e stment an exceptional'
bargain ti Kt ail around improved i
cre wnhi t four mites of i oiitinl Hiuffs. ,
la. ree- hop) Would tke aa Omaha
residence aa wrt iy. K Ml. Bee.
SOMETHING FINE IN A
r6 Pratt St. new. i romi. trietty mod
ern and up-lo-datn (an ta bought. If
sold quickly. Ii.r I2.7SA r'ull lot on paved
street C nvenient to both Doda aad
4th . n't In-iulre M Pratt or
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
Entire M floor
I-R.. bath, M 000. 1730 Burt, ralf b'.ok of
I car lines, Harl, and Cummin. asphalt
ft Owner. 2214 Burt he Tel. Harney 1.4.
FOR 6LK-H T rooms, water, aewer,
toilet, etc.; nice trees aad ahrubbery. W
Houtli t.l BL
FOR FA LE- Two ka. lJJxlel. on aoutn
!-n t. near Vinton: all aperlal takes paid.
Wi.l veil as ot.e piece or diwde Whang
to eJI at aacnfke. Apply at U ttoutn
PIX-RtXiM mcdern rottage for sale on
ea-y terms by owner. Tin M.aml 8t.
FA MM AD HANCH USD rOB I1LI
FINE land ran be bought cheap. Some
government and relink Jlalin.eli la. beat
water In Arlsona ami the fineet i Umata.
A pie and otnrr fruits grow to perl eciion.
fur paru-ulars wrlta S Ulco Really Co.,
M-ACRK Improved farm. adaptaUle to
rlr'e. cotton, corn, alfalfa; good locality;
f!S per acre If eoid by Jan. 1st. Rare bar
gain. Furster Saunders Co., Pino Bluff,
FOR SALE At a btg bargain. A acres
of rich bottom land, above overflow. In
southwest Arkansas; about 4 OX) In cultiva
tion; w acres deadened and ready to take
in, good siorehuuae and atock of mvrclutn
diae on R. H- system; gin. mules, farming
Implements and corn ai.d bay a plenty.
Will sell for Ua r acre and give a bar
gain In tr.e personal property.
Want to sell all to one purchaaer. No
agents need apply. Address A. W. Milla.
Pine Bluff. Ark.
ARKANBAS FARili-Blg Uat apaclal
bargains: sent free. Wrlta today. Captaia
Higga. f'ayeuavtiie. Ara.
Orange Picking Time
Now in Full Force
Now is a good time of tba year to take a
trip to California. You no doubt have-i
mora time to go now than any other time
of the year. Everything Is ao much dif
ferent there than it la here that you will
enjoy your trip Immensely.
You Can Make Money
In Buying Cali
Because ther are ao many people going
there to live, which Increases tba value" of
W a ara offering the finest kind of level
valley land, close to towna and railroads
on very oaay terms, where you can grow
all kinds of fruits, including oranjrea, ail
klnda of vegetable and grain, aJx and
seven cuttings of aJfaifa, Next excursion
leaves Omaha, January Mo.
HASTINGS & HETDEN, MM Harney BC
FOR SALE Tv to per acre; caah.
batanoa luug term, lha iat ef the Mg
ranches to be colonised and la th greatest
Irrigation district In toe world, wnere each
land owner has equal ngnt to water and
It never gives out; ruih. level, sandy loam;
grow from I to 1 crops alfalfa yearly;
dairy products called for eacj day by la
tour big creameries; no land anywhere
near ao cheap, any where la djatrict; will
double in taiue In 1 year; Investigate
tn,s. Turlock Uardea Land Co., idodeato.
SAN JOSE Income Horn Orchard.
to.sU s a., adjoining lha city limit of
San Joee; assorted fruit ercnard. pay
MW par year; two good cow cottage; real
for M per monia; null and taab and aU
outbuiidiugs, -land aJjolniuu ewillng for
U,vju per a.; best pruuoaitloa In tha atafk.
J. M- NELSON. M N. 1st U Baa Joea
fCSfO0 down; 10 acre good level land. 4
mite from Merced; adapted to alfalfa,
fruit, ate; t mile from achuwi; aaiall aouse.
sheds, water right,
ti.w -uu down; tb acres good laval land,
4 tunes from Merced; adapted to alfalfa,
orchard, etc.; water ruhu
J. L. KL'&tELU Maread, CaX
WE offer tit following parcel of farm
land la the celebrated Fort tieorge and
Nechaco districts. These are all carefully
selected and at the choicest ot our
Lot l-iJ acres. Mud titer district, about
ten milea southwest of rort Oeorge,
eight milea from U. T. P. JC H., two
n.iles from aurvey of Victoria 4V Fort
Ueorge 1L R, cloe to transportation on
both naer aid Nechaco nun. Soil
black loam and silt, l'rlce -0 per acre;
el i-er acre cash, balance time. Entire
parcel or will divide.
Lot J acres. Fort Ueorge district. IV
miles from 1 T. P. It. R. and Eraser
river aud tuilea from Fort George, tioil
excellent. A snap for some one who
wants a small farm near Port tleorge,
river and railroad Price 112 per acre; 13
rash. 1 alance on time.
Lot XtiM acres, Nechaco valley, about 25
miles west of Fort George, within half
mile main line O. T. 1. K. 1C, V, mile
of froniaae on Nechaco river A choice
location. I rice i0 per acre; Li cash, bal
lot o acrea. Fort George distnet. one
mile of river frontage on the beautiful
FTaaer. Gently rolling country. Fertile
oil. Close to U. T. P. K. It. Price lit)
lr sere; (3 cash; ba.anre on lime. Will
Lot -4iO acrea. Punchow I M.k a district.
lying nddvkay let een aurteys of G. T
P 1c R. and Victoria Fort Gvorge R.
IC tiiHHl soil, latge meadow, borders on
beautiful lake: ti ler acre cash, balance
on tune. Wi.l divide.
GRAND THI NK PACIFIC LAND
J. C. HI TtsoN. Pree .
XU New York Ufe Bldg.
O. J. M'MAMs CO.
tilling Agents in Iowa. Council bluffs, la
REAL ESTATE I
FARM AU H AX II I. A L IDH SAIK!
PIXTKKN S'irreeslve veare of f croi a
tuake n.rtreaetvrn t (piradu a neat iaila
the bet f.fferrnc hef- re n wtnrn and
home buyers trxla'. I'me adxanctia. bat
cn rep still for the lanu. Write i-
H. Keinhardt, flerllng. Colo.
GARDEN BPOl rtr ARAPAHOB
Now Is the time to get readv and b iv a
e bo l re g-arden tract for next sprng, have
a choice lot to eolect from, rnie good
bargains In ranches, chicken ra.ni boa. Call
on The i R Harrs Realty Co. tls Ma:n
BU. Littleton. Colo.
Tv-acra tract, ar part, plenty of fruit,
ala suitable fur chicken rauttt. a bargua.
If taken at ones; clos to car line Ca.l or
phune Roland A Hoffman. Real Leiala
TOR SALE How la this: A lot tftxlet
feet In a progreeslve lty. and 4 acres
farming lan1, al for t"J. on terms "f fl
iSLh and I monthly Address. P. L.
Tbomae, tX River ria J. Columbus. G
Florida Tou cajinot luee an any well
selected property in r Ion da. but ara sura
of quick and substantia; profits We have
many good properties fur colonisation,
(run and vegetable lands and unproved
(arms. Pope A North. Ml Atlantic National
bank Bklg , Jacksonville. Fla.
107. CW acres very best black aandy proline
land In southern Florida. Owner offer
larg tracts very cheap. For particular
addresa Owner, Sn Chamber Commerce,
FOR SALE Beet MO-acre Uck grain
farm In state; H. R. station, stor and
levator oa farm; gravel road; will bear
rtoeeat Investigation. Price iiuu.4Uw. M. A.
brock. Ctssna Park. Ill
FOR SALE Or exchange a splendid E
acre wheat farm In Manitoba' most fav
ored district, near town and school. What
have you to offer? V. JL. Ferguson, L
FOR SALE Corn farms; tu acres In Bu
reau county, Illinois. 11 LI 50; K acrea, Ogla
county, lv. O. A, Hotoomb. Aurora, lii.
I ACRES FINE PRAIRIE LAND.
Situated m le from a good county snt
tawn In North Dakota. Every foot tillable;
will trade In a town dwelling to amount
af ILIVe to ItWk Address Lock Box 211.
New Albln. la.
440 ACRES, I mi. town. New six room
house; barn, sheds. 140 plowed, balance
fenced pasture, all smooth, tillable. Rural
route, telephone. Good road, goll, neigh
bors. Crippled with sciatica, cause for
selling. LS per acre; time if wanted- E,
W. Albright, Brewster, Kan.
DRESS your fac In a mile. It won't
catch cold. Now the time to "wap"
farms, ranches, city property or mdae.
'Hot " bargain for "cold" day. Price and
describe your propottuons. R. B. Wads
worth. Garden City, Kan.
CRAWFORD county. Kansas. Farms;
13) aires Improved; bargain, tloXr); easy
terms, at) and lttu, also i. 1 and 14 acre
fruit and poultry. For particular write
Geo. W". Btrickier. Glraxd, Kan.
1. TEN mile from Emporia; l. culti
vated; house i rooms, one two rooms: good
barn; alfalfa, clover, timber; school twenty
rods; V- J. T. Burton, Emporia. Kan.
179 ACRES alfalfa grain and stock farm,
rich bottom land, one mile Cherokee
county, Kansaa; offered short time, 146
per acre. Act quick. E. J. Votaw. Wichita,
MR. RENTER Bargain In west central
Kansas. Nice 1st) acres improved, t mile
station; easy term; li.em. JJu acrea raw
land. $1.1x0. Ed. Ew.ng. Dighton, Kan.
IbO ACRES, well Improved, adjoin R. It
town in southern K antes. Alfalfa, corn,
wheat, stock and fcruil farm. Prluo J).'A;
bwat ot term. - W.-4 Carier. Steaiiug, Kan.
I Ai ACRErf. solid tract. 4 seta improve
ments; t miiea town, beet soil, cant be
duplicated In state, $18. best terms, Kansas-Colorado
Investment Co., Scott City.
JJS ACRES wheat, corn and alfalfa land,
southern Kansas; 4 mile county aeat. W
acres whaat. 3 acrea alfalfa; well Im
proved. Price L. L Kiscr, El Dorado,
400 ACRE grain and stock farm; Im
proved; 1 milea market; JO acres bottom
and upland crop land: tpr'ngs, well and
river. MS. Special, lielder at Hotrur, Slu
UO ACRES. Ptutsman Co . N. D., clear,
for good residence, ciear. In Dew Moinea.
Price of laud tM per acre.
0 acre, well Improved, ffi miles from
Winnipeg. Manitoba, for Income. Price.
136 per acre: mtg.. M.SOU ecjulty. Lock Box
i6. Spirit Laka, la.
TOR SALE Louisiana orange and fig
trees are money ma Here
Will sell you I acrea of fertile land with
100 orange and fig tree bearing In 1 year
for ld. tM monthly payments; will culti
vate and take rare of trees and pay tax
for 1 years; no Interest: title guaranteed;
treea till aaason In this section have netted
from lb to 110; Inducements on larger
tract. For further particular addresa A.
J. Godard. Abbeville. La.
FOR RALK li.fXd acres of unimproved
fruit and farm lands in eight towDship
In Lake. Osceola and Mason counties. Mich
igan; formerly hard wood timber lands;
ituated In well settled country; title per
fect, abstract furnished. Re presents lives
at Land bhow and at Hotel New (southern,
where samples of soil and products
ara shown. U. W. Marsa, owner. Maa
Best AO-acre farm in Mich.; black sandy
loam; 14 bidgs; 1 mile from tows; net
I early earnings la.irtu. H- Arbogaat, Kloom
Laid. N. J.
M0 OPEN MINNESOTA PRAIRIE at 115.
Terms: IHUo hardware and Implements
and Ss.Gut bu-ldink for farm to match In
torn belt box It. Adrian. Minn.
I"OR SALE BT THE OWNER-W seres
In Mower county, li nn; well improved, all
tillable. 1 miles to loan, ha f nulc to school.
1 miles to lowa l.n. l'rlce. fit p-r acra
Seth A. Cheney. Grand M.aduw. Minn
FORECLOSURE8ALP. OF LAND-We
have over li 'OB acres Minnesota land to
effer at forecloaura prices, about one-ha.f
value; literal terms, part or w hole; g ran J I
eooortunny for retailer L. W. Tav or
Soo.. Nat Ger.-Amer. bank Bidg,
FOR SALE Best cut-over land In north
ern Minnesota and Wisconsin; lili per acrs
and up. farm, timber and Iron land. John
VI A. Ciueuy, lu pauadia b.d , Duluta,
t i n PER ACHE buy i acres richest
Nueces river Irrigation land, southwest
Texas; Investment or colonization: f :&.')
development. Part cash, forced sale rai
est opportunity. Wire or uuie linmout
ately, Jes F. Wolfe. Trustee, iute N. FUyrea
bt, rvau Autouio, Tex
ORANGE orchards near Houston ar big
Investments. Our five-acre orchards are
sold on easy monthly pmeni. Ti.e AUin
Japanese Nurseries adjoin and U r ex
perls develop and care for oar uirhards
three years. Write today for Hi .nitrated
orange booklet. Federal Land invaal
menl Co, Houston. Tex.
ARE ou seeking Independence? Then
come locate wun us on a ten-acre farm,
cioaw to Houston. Tex.. In ti e ha. my guif
coast couiitxy. you are c'oae to markets
and cau get rich by raising winter garden
truck, aad by developing a fig aud orange
orchard, wnh certain yearly income, set
rial hundred of us l.ave funned an "laws
colony" anil are farming here, you can
buy a farm among ua for !-i a month
Write me today for particulars. G
li.iftn.an. Manvrl, Jxx,
'ARM A It HIM H Li.Ml roR MlK
POUT () CX)NN0K, TEXAS.
Thr sar len spot of the aouih. F.ne win
ter and umm.'r cllinate, ery best in
ruilural and fruit lknd. AU close to rail
road. One year crop will par for land.
Price $3 to M per acre. One-third cash.
WAUNEll tt WILLIAMS,
441 Be Bidg. Omaha. Neb.
ST' IV Ion't go a step further than
iHj'.glaa Co . doan in the bea mf ol Ourkt.
Raise anything, corn. to i buheia -er
are. an olner crotw in troiwrtion. cheao
et gi-d lan i on earth; $ to lo i er acre.
Kre Irformaiton. Gioba Krai Lstat Co.,
Ko-ACRK valley stock farm near leta
non. Mo ; wcil Improved, aoixl siit. W-acie
fit-iil. lu-acr pasure. seeral s;rmi;. fit.
Terms no trade. Ed C, l'aumann, 4"4
Bixn villa tt . b;ringf ield. Mo.
FR SALE T acres splendid Vernon
IV (Mo I slock and grain farm; every acre
s"'od. plenty of water. Price, lot) Jver d-re,
as a-i'-d a ti.o Iowa land and far better
climate Write for better demerit lion. K.
L. purgecin, Owner. OUie, Kan.
Ml&SOURI LANDS ror aa:. M acres ta
I ks acrea; terms and prices to suit pur
chaser. Write for particulars. W. M.
btevens. Clinton. Henry Co.. Mo,
BARGAIN eo-acra farm; 4 mile from
Waraaw, Mo; 2& acrea cultivated, balance
paMure; near school and church; price
I ! '.-'. terms aasy. Address T. O. Owen.
Oaark Lsuid Co., 40
10 ACRES g miles to town: pood, level,
well drained land; en mall rout and
school bouse on one corner pf the farm;
1-room nous, new; barn Hx); hog and
cow house; windmill, plenty water, about
t acres timber. Ibis Is a good place, priced
at Ma per acre.
I. K. C BUTCHER, Draxel, Mo.
GRAZING, farming, timber and fruit
lands in south Missouri From UM to Li
OZARK LAND CO.. 403 SEE BLDG.
laid with sine and
Webb City. Mo.
4o-acre farm, undar-
fc ACRiCS AND 4 ACRES IN GOOU
old Cass county; & miies from Kansas City;
bolli well Improved; fla b.ack limestone
land; bargain; choice, pu per acre; gooti
terms. E. V. Burden, Garueu City, Mo.
IMPROVED farm ot about KG acrw la
Colfax county. Nebraska, all good level
land, new building, ft, acre m wheat,
lay closa to town. U. P. R. R. runs
throush the farm. Pries, M per acre
would take soma city property. L N
Hammond, 121 Board of Trad a
100 acres Kimball county Nebraska,
4 mile from good railway ;atlon. all good
farm land, some improvements. Fur quick
sale. $14 per acre, it cash. bal. 1, 2 and 1
Warner & Williams,
442 Be Bidg.
KLICKITAT APPLE LAND
0 acrea only I00.W per sere.
Address L. D. Oaken. Gaaton. ore.
FOR SALE Cheap, 10 acrea good land,
about X acres slashed; rood well, new
pump and shed; for !&0; V mile to Sheri
dan dock; Li minutes ride to Bremerton,
Addrwa Box i'.i, Bremerton, Wash.
Five acres of good aider land- partly
cleared, near good road; good new house
and chicken house; 0 laying hens, duck
and a lot of p:geona; two miles from good
new town, near boat landing; ten miles
frcm city of 4u,0M people. ' Price, rj0; 12A)
down, balance 10 per month. fcee Mr.
Morrison, Dm Bond 8t-,' Everett. W ash.
TWO e-a.tr tracts, frorbne on I-ake Che
lan. Wash.; 2-year-old winter apple, fin
oil. fins lake, fln cUmate. fin fishing
and boating: low pr!ce 5 close an estate
Address W. U. Norrta 4tSi lih Ave.. N
E.. Seattle, or G. P. Bennett, Lakeside.
10 ACRES CLOfE TO SPOICANE.
On electric line, suhlrrjfnted. near 2750
land. Chesp. Part cash balance t years.
H. T. ROBERTS. Box liSS. Spokane, Wash.
COME TO VI LAB COUNTT. WISCONSIN.
Good land cheap and oa very easv terms
form I'O to II an ac-a. 40 acrea for
$10 DOWN AND 10 A MONTH.
No Interest, ro taxes, insurance clause In
th contract. Fert.le oil, plenty of rain,
good roada. good markela. good schools ani
Bend for map and book to Dept O. F
SANBORN CO.. Eagle River. Wis.
FOR SALE Cheap, good Improved farm,
M.uvu, half down, baiancs easy terms. Gso.
lvaa. Mauston. Wit.. R. 4.
BEST land In Wisconsin; any alsed tract;
wholesale prices. Grimmer Land Co., Mart,
iniv-acre farm, stock machinery and all for
tSJOO. small payment down; u acre under
plow; new modern seven-room bouse; two
miles from Mauston. Wis; act quick. Ad
drwa R. M. GRIMSRL'D. Westby. Wis.
TO exchange 130 acres good level farm
Isnd. Oneida county. Wisconsin; rear
i all road and town; country rapidly settling
up and prloes advancing; price ti.tVs). clear;
want good, sound young registered Perch,
eron or Belgian sialion. lo weigh no less
thsn LSuO pounds and a aura foal getter.
Address Lock box luL Rbinelander la.
There are thousands oi people In Iowa
that want to buy farma Improved and un
improved In eel i led and unsettled districts
The way to best reach them is through ths
classified pages ot THE DE3 MolNES
CAPITAL. Average circu.aUon last momn
44 44 ropiea. Pubilthed for twenty yefcra at
pes Mo'nes. la., bv Lafe Young.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans aud warrants. W.
FarLain emila Co . IZJO Farnam bu
WANTED City loans. Peter Trust Co
CiOO to ( 000 on Omaha homes. O'Keefe
P.eAl Estate Co., His N. Y. Lit. Doug:a
lltn to r.0"V mads promptly. F D
Wead. Wead Bidg , 1Mb and faxnam.
GARVIN IKOS.. Id floor N. Y. Life V.v4
to tiui'.uuO on impioved property. No dt,y.
u,w RATE8 BEMIS-CARLBERG CO..
Brandeia Theater li.dg.
I . , . , . u . . . . .
I I-OAK3 owners and home bu.ld.
I r- 'ln Privilege of making partial pay.
W. H THOMAS.
US First National fcar.k Blig.
MuNEY TO LOAN-Payne lovesiment Co.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE fcave CASH BUTERS for GOciD bus
t.es and lesldence properties. WE CAN
BELL your pioperty If worth th money.
ONKILU REAL EaTAIfc. AGENCY.
Tel. Tyler l'4. In I. A-Iil
11m6 Farr.am street Oma.'.a.
(12 North Juri street -"J'U Omaha.
IF TOU have any bind of business or
properties to trade for fcouih Missouri land
see uuK Land Co.. 4ul B b.dg. omana.
WE exchang properties of merit H H.
Culver, til-kil N. Y. Life. Douglas 7fei.
CNE braud cew No. TO Colt acetlen
gas machine aiid ga range lo tiad tut
good iiOiL cow or chickens. Graad
Ave- I'hone Web. 4TV4.
Wi.l pay I pr cent for a hn of ! to
11 ii, fr.r a v.r l.iv r. . I hi'mI, M-.inl V
i I improved and unimproved up tu l-'Jom. Ad
I dies M Jt.. Lee.
WANTED TO BUY
HKST rrx-e pa.i tor Id hand fjmlltire
cwi ) n. i-ii-'Mrm and , Tel l tJ.L
i FPCND-HAND cl '"ltig,
n.m d ' J ;hn l-euln.an.
ll;tN afe. itoond l-.nni n-t thn 1
ipr. w e. i in.-- e h:h A'!.i' lvk
l'"i l- Mrna. N. ( , till Friday eveotna.
I it. . r
WANTED TO RENT
WANTP.!'- R,im and tvsrd In a private
family bv yonn ladv Adires G Hee.
engaged at once.
practical nurs can
YOUNG man delrs place to work f"r
i poarn sno r..m in private rs:iry wnue
attending conege. Lo tes College,
YOUNG nan. ae-i V. just arrived from'
I'encer. wfie -:ri-ii piocerv c.eik
or bran''h tlt i'h'Uie ojterator, ex perien'ed.
Will cvn.ticer oii.cr p.'i-ltions. WvU-ier ItL
Yt'l'N'S lady wants Iosition as first
cla's piano piayei ; (it.od s.nger; best
ifcretns. t l:ce
I WOULD like a lositlon as crpntor In
somo Urise t.(flte hjilllng or store
Addrevs r N OSrd. rH., South Omaha, or
rail Auto. Ill'
Stockholders' meeting of ths Union. Land
Nome is hereby tlven that the annual
meeting of the t .ck hoidei of the I nion
Land company, for the election of five
lilitctors and the transaction of such other
business as may bna.ly come lfore the
meeting, wl ! he held at tbe office of tne
tsuicltor. Union Pacific HeaJ-
Uulidini. Ninth and Farnam
streets. Omaha. N-bruska. on Mor.aav. in.
Vth day f Jan.iary. 1S-1L at 10 o clock a. m.
The stock transfer books will be closed
10 day previous to the tneetinK
ALEX. MILLAR, .-ecretary.
New York City. N. V., Dec. 1, lmo
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING - OFFICE
of Lee-G.aaa-Andreesen Hardware corn-
ipany, u mx 1 .Nehraska. L'ecember . la;0
! Nome is hereby aiven to the stockholders
oi i.e-.iBa-.nree!-en iiardware Com
pany that li e annual meeting of the stock
holders of the company will (,e held at the
office of lha taid company, coiner of Ninth
and Harney street, in the city of Omaha,
m the state ot Nebraska, oa Tuesday, Janu
ary. 10. A. D., 111. at 1 o'clock p. ro... for
the purpose of ceding a bvard of directors
for the company to serve during the en
suing year, and to transact such other
business as may b presented at such meet,
in H. J. LEE. President.
Attest: W. H. GLASS. Secretary.
The annual meeting of the stockholder
of The c::i Omaha and Wextern Rail
road Company, for the election of seven
directors and the transaction of ruch
other bu?ines as may come before the
meeting, will be held at the office of A. L.
Mohler, corner of Ninth and Farnam
streets. Omaha. Nebraska, on Wednesday,
the eleventh day of Januarv, A. I iil
at 11 o'clock A. M. T. M. OKIL
RAILWAY TIME CARD
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! MAYNARD. Neb . I c. z Scial I r
Will air. W aiis of hmul.a aid Hit
I Iorone Emory of IJncoln Were n.nrned fit
ii'ior. Mi la..'
the resid-iice c.f U.e
' Ln.e s gnnJ drents, Mr. and Mrs W. It.
DISCUSSES COMMISSION PLAN
Judge Brn & Baker Explain! Fault
FRLSLXT FORM IS EXPENSIVE
Speaker tbswr Hww Ceiiwwilaalww
Plaw Woald Reweflt Omaha Vy
Redwelw the 5laaoer wf
Judpe Pen S. Kakr spoke to the South
west ImiirvM anient cluh Wednesday nlfht
st its hall. Twerty-fotirth and Leaven
worth streets, on t'n cviiunission P'n cf
"I b-llev that the commission plan of
j municipal government." he said. has
j many advantage and Important ad
vantage over our present plan ot taty
government. In the first place the eom
nil'smner plan would be a cheaper means
and a more effe-4ive one of running our
city. We would pel mort under th.it plan
for our money than we ar now getting.
I he-'leve that under our present system (I
am not crttlcUiuii anyone In connection
with our present city government It the
system you underwtand) the city has to
many employes doing t'o little work.
Under the commissioner tan w could lect
five pooJ buslnes men to carry on our
cily business for us and do It mor ef
fectively than any council we could pos
sibly elect, headed by tha best mayor w
could elect. Each of those five men would
bs assigned to a department of tha city
yovernmenL Each would bs reponlbl
for his part of the city business. I don t
I ih..- i. ..... ii. . .. l.n,tum
. " - "
1 don't believe In the people voting upon
every little thing. But when It get down
to a city. I believe the peopl should have
the right to say what they want and what
they want to pay for It. Under tb present
plan of government when th end of the
year come around, what has become ot
the money? Nobody know; nobody ask
for an accounting If we had tha Com
mission plan when tha end of the year
cornea round a ad we reallie that more
money ha been paid out for treet light
ing or for paving than we think was
necessary we can go to the commissioner
who baa made that hi business and ask
for an explanation. If that explanation la
not satisfactory we hav tha recall.
Now in that mailer of th recall we
would have t be a littl careful, W s ara
but human. We ar liable to let ourselves
b prejudiced or soma faction Influence
u through prejudice or political reasons
to recall a man purely for thos reasons.
Therefore. I am In favor of a recall which
w ould take a number, possibly S3S per cent
of the total number of voters. That may
t too much. Probably that per cent should
obtain only for the first year th commis
sioner I in office In order to allow politi
cal, or any other kind of prejudice, tim
to die out. The J believe, the per cent
should be lowered to. aay 2S per cent, so
that If a commissioner is not doing hi duty
ha could be recalled without effort on th
part of tha people being prohibitive.
I believe In tha commission plan of city
government not altogether because It would
eliminate graft, but because I think It
would put tha government oa a purely
business basis. Omaha could have five
good business men at I,0ijO or J7.000 a year,
and hava a batter government and a
cheaper government than we ar having
now, or aver hava had.
Ther would be fewer employes of th
city. Tou walk Into ths city hall now
and yon will see more men Idle by 50 par
cent than you will In the hoys,. Under
lha commissioner plan there would be none
of tlieso political hangers on. Tba people
hould get together and 1st the legislature
know what we want."
For Many Romances
Party of Weit Point Cadeti Acci
dentally Meet Bery of Montana
Oirli at White Home.
WASHINGTON, Dae. 29 When a party
of West Point cadets, piloted by Senator
Dick of Ohio, and a bevy of Montana
school girls, chaperoned by Senator Carter,
met at tha executive offices of tha White
House today there were many who pre
dicted the beginning of a number of ro
mances. Tbe mac ting was entirely accidental. Both
senators had brought tbeir charges to tb
Whit Houa to shake hands with th presi
dent. There was a delay, and during ths
wait in tha reception room. Introduction
were In order and trhen at last It was an
nounced that the president was ready to
receive his callers, th cadets and young
women had just about forgotten ths ob
ject of their visit They reluctantly aald
good-by. filed in to th president of
fice and later took their several way
frcm tha Whits House-
THIEVES DROP THEIR BOOTY
WHEN SURPRISED AT WORK
Drey Overcoats While K sacral aa- frwaa
Store of FxnII llsrnslelw
May Bs Bar.
Two burglar, who had broken Into ths
grocery ator of Emll Hornsteln at 1C!4 8t
Mary avenue, were surprised last night
J'ist as they were making their exit, by J.
W. Headly. janitor of the hterllng apart
ments above ths store. The thieves dropped
their booty, which they had In a sack, also
their overcoat, and fled.
Headly at once notified the police and
Detectives Ring and Alurphy and Officer
Triasher made a hurried trip to th place
Tne mi.k foun(J to conllln . , '
... . , ,
numter of cigar. totcco. chewing gum.
was evident, from the overcoata. that th
thieves were either small men or boy.
High srbwul bladewl Held Meetlas;
to Preps re for (aril ttlaffs
Mr. Anderson, who Is al the head of the
debating- department at the Omaha High
arhool, called a meeting of tbe debating
a-piad Wednesday morning at the Young
Men a Christian association building. Only
eight men of the t'juad were present. They
were: George Grimes. Fred Rypins. Ed
win Landale. Waldo Mhlllington. Harold
Landeryou. Edwin Alderwon. Phillip John
son and Lewi Pratt. Each debater gave
what he prepared on th Income tax ques
tion, which 1 to be tbe queatloa for the
first debate. They also decided to hold
tbe preliminaries for the debate between
the freshmen of the Omaha High school
and the Council Bluffa High school on
j Monday. January 1. The real debate will
j ho held about February L. A lartie number
of promUIng freshmen have entered their
' name for the preliminaries of this debate.
a. Averhiil. A. Loomls. R.
Cotter. G. Kennedy. K. Laity
I Loonus. F
L. Itoff, K. Norton. G. Paxton, C. Neltb,
II Carroll, M Jacobs. W. Cooper, C. Uuw
lon and J. Hraterfleld.
Dinner for Mrs. Barry
on Stage at Orpheum
Player of Mate Penuation Tender
Her Dinner on Her Twenty
The mala members ef this week
Orpheum bill were the hot at a late din
ner last rt!M on the Orpheum sre 1st
honnr of Mra. .lltnmle Bsti'. it bcin the
occason of her twenty-eif hth blrthdsv
Mrs. Barry Is a men her of tb cottipanv
that so well presents .Mr. Barry's rmwl
skit. "At Hensfoot Corrers "
The dinner was a urrrtse to It recipient.
." was loM to ao down to th stsse tn a
hurry; ths.t a prise ficht ws tHrt bld
there. Instead of the supposed "mil!" Mrs
Harry found a well-laden table, around
which were seated all the merrher ef tha
cnmany and cniploves of t?ie theater tn
the number of about fifty, A large p.ctur
of the guest of honor w.i then thrown nn
the back canvas and she was welcomed
William Rock of Hock and Fulton per
formed very capably tbe dutie f tonst
mastrr. Mr. Harry was fu-wt called oa
and thanked the eomiwny with tears in
her eyes for giving her the happiest day
of her life. After Mra Jiarry th other
artiste who play to amuse the public did
a few turn for the:r own entertainment
Joe Stump waa asked for a (tump speech,
but responded with some well rendered
numbers on the piano. Miss Barbara
Pchaefer of Witt's Rose of Klldar aang.
Howard Bros, put their best effort Ints
a l'.ttle comic ke;ch and the other mem
ber of the company followed Just as read
ily and ably with their share of th even
WIFE RETALIATES ON SPOUSE
Both Mr. and Mrs. Ilewry Poo re lr
Now Accused of nigaaay la
lOAN. la. Dec. .- Special.) Mr.
Henry Poore. who formerly resided on tha
farm southeast of Logan, waa arrested
by Sheriff Rock last Friday evening at
Council Bluffs and brought before Justice
O. L. Case of Logan on the charge of
bigamy. Information being filed by br
husband, Henry Poor. Mr. Poor waived
examination and was held to answer to
th grand Jury.
Th! evening Henry Poor ws arrested
by C. F. Peckenpaugh and brought before
Justice O. L. Case on the charge of bigamy
as a result of proceeding being Insti
tuted by hi wife. Following the example
of Mr. Poore. Mr. Poore waived pr
llmlnary hearing and held to answer
to the grand Jury.
I wloat t'oaaty Grand Jsry.
CRESTON, la-. Dec. 22. (bpsctal.) -Judge
Thomas Maxwell. who succeeds
Judge Towner to th bench In this dis
trict, will open tils first term sf court
her January (. Th most Important cas
coming up and lha on that will exdt
unusual Interest la tha contest ever the
mulct petition which has just been brought.
Th following grand Jurors bav been
summoned to appear: A. E. Otis. L. Hitch
cock. II. 8. Peny, Robert Smith, A. R.
Stoner, Barney Sheridan, Frank Harrs.
Frank Warrick. E. G. Pv-ttigrow. C. A.
Culver, George Shannon and Ad'.ey Cook.
Tha petit jurors are; F. I. Carter. Ji.
Mackey. M. D. Ussoa, W. A. Berry. J. T.
Stver, Lwis McKlmpaon, John Hart, Roy
Hubble. P. A. KJpllnger. W. Ia Stiles, W.
a Tracey, E. M. Mills. C. H. Lalnlngr,
O. M. Mclntyre. W. T. Griffith. K. M.
Jordan, i. A. Nord. J..W. HlHery. Mont.
Anderson, F. E. Wlinmer, T4 R, Moor. J.
A. Wolf. C. E. S!aug"h(er and U. li. Comp
toa. Isws News Mate.
BAXTER The German Reformed church,
a mile eaat of here. aa totally droyed .
by firs esrly Tuesday morning. Tne loss
Is I7.5w. partly Insured.
CRErtTON Lula KirkpatrirV, a former
Create girl, ha been granted a" rilrorc
from her husband. Grocer Kirkpatrlck. oa
the ground of non-aupport, at Wichita,
Kan. - x..-
CORNING While returning a Ilk a load
of coal from Carbon, la.. J. H Child, aged
lit year, was killed. Il I believed, by fall
ing from the waguu and being kicked by .
one of the horse.
CARROLL The Carroll Herald, which
ha been owned and edited by J. B. Hun
gerford for twenty-five years, ha been
old to W. C. baul, who will lake posses
sion January L The paper ! a valuable
CRESTON Mr. Ellen Berg en sen. SI
year of age. 1 dead at the home of a
daughter, Mrs. Frank O Dell, In Highland
township, ch had bt-en an invalid for
soma time. Funeral service are to be held
at La mo pi, la. Mra. llcrgenseo's former
FORT DODGE Dr. Emil Lund I to
come from CenlervHIe. K. 1 . to accept tha
pastorale' of the First Swedish Lutheran
church In thla city, lis Is a man of aixty
years, widely experienced hi the ehurch.
The church lies been without a pastor
since last April.
HARLAN A. C. Wilson, one of th most
prominnrit prohibitionist In th state, died
at his home in th a city yesterday, lie was
afflicted with cancer of the brain. He had
several times been a candidate for various
'.ate offices. Ha had len a resident of
thl county for forty year.
CRESTON Just enough water Is left la
Burom t lake to last Crtston until March,
according to statements made by off eta!
tif th water company, lu order to belli
out the Burlington ha ordered all of the
freiKht engines to lake water at other
points and passenger engines to lake only
What la absolutely necessary here. . vV'sier
cars ara being overhauled arid the com
pany may even start hauling all ef its own
water. The school board may be asked te
ro-operabe by taking steps to prevent the
heavy waste of water tn th public schools.
MARHAIXTOWN-Mr. and Mrs. Alonso
D. Frederick, who were married at Madi
son, Wis , fifty years a no today, and who
later lived for many years near Kearney.
Neb., today celebrated the fiftieth anniver
sary of the wedding Many relative and
friends attended the reception.
CRESTON Mr. H.ck. wife of Georr
Hicks, former thief of pollc here, fell
through a cellar door left Cen by an em
ploye of the ga company who bad railed t
read the meter and sustained aerlou in
juries which may prove fatal, owing to
the ill health sne has nulfered for the pas:
FORT IOIGE-H. M Rnhrer. a lira
nnan for the llllno's Ortral. was kilted in
stantly th.s morning near Tars when he
bent to couple nie tats and the drawbars
carne together, crushing I is head. Lohrer
waa t2 years of k'c and unmarried, lie
was born near Barnuni, v. here hi survv
Ing relatives live.
GRISWOLIs In the annua) oratorical
rouir.t held by the nirh school last week
the following contistan's won In the dif
ferent clasaes. Oratorical. Fred Gerlach;
humorous. Ovpay Alrxander; dramatta
Hazel Forsyth. G pay Alexander waa
rhoaen to represent the school at lh slat
FORT IKIXJE Willis F. Rich, youngest
son of E. II Rich, cashier of the First
National bank. U now lotinng the country
with the l'niiceton G'.ee club, which I
s tiring slxnal succass. Last tear this ver
satile youns- man was a member of the
celebrated Triangle club of this university.
He 1 also a star athlete at Princeton.
CRFJiTON Harry Randall of Hneuldlng
sustained a fractured skull when be suppxd
from a load of cob and fell directly under
tb wheels of a heavy farm wescw. The
wheel eboved his head aside instead ol
pasalng over it. thus saving him from In
stant dVath. He has been resting ess If
s nee the accident and II la hoped that ha
FORT DO I G E P. M. Joloe, the I-ata
Mill ex-banker. Indicted on over f fty
counts for misappropriation of fund, will
not te tr.ed at the at-ecial session of court
arranged for his caae. to convene next
Week in Fort I lodge. Joice ia too ill at hi
hi Paul home to undergo I lie trial at this
Hue. it is aiated. The case will come up
now at the readier June term.
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