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House anil (ottnges.
WALL PAPElfFa,n,l?rper nn
. Ing, glaxing. pictur
framing, Monsrn, 813 park Ave. H. ijseT
N. 2th St. Harney lyiru.
bath, gns. no
HOUSEHOLD GOODS packed. forT
wsrded; cheap freight rates, moving and
Storing. Expressmen's Delivery Co Tel
Douglss ?.'4. City office. 21S 8. 17th St.
Central. steam heal; all mod ; 7-r
pall, hathroom. basement. 220 s. 23d."
OMAHA EX I,
41G N. 17th.
CO., moving vans and
baggags del. D. Sjoi.
X-ROOM. modern house, choice
lion. 909 N. Hh StHarney i;i
modern, walking distance.
7-ROOM house. J4; S-roorn, $;i2. Mm
scorn park: moilern. Phone Harnev Dli.
in all parts of the oity.
Crelgh Sons ft Co.. Bee Bide.
2609 MAPLE 8 1.,
el't furnace. $20.
sea. Ins Rlngwnit. Brandels Th. Bldg.
2Mh St.. 8
433 Ramge. D. 7401
2127 IOUOLA8 8 rooms, modern except
neat, $:t0 per month. Tel. Douglas 158.
FOR RKNT All modern, newlv paper
ed, 6-room cottage. Webster 4232 Or call
01 3K8 Ames Ave.
$'-t 7 rooms. V
Hi. Webster li"
N. 27th; 3024 N. 27th,
FOR KEN T New 10-room modern
brick nou.se, 2632 Harney; ready Jan. 1
Hot water heat.
Inquire T. J. o'Krien. Henshaw hotel.
Phones. I. 1215, H-liM.
OMAHA Van ami storage Co. packs,
moves, atorcs household goods. Fireproof
storage. 801 8. lrtth. Branch 309 8. 17th,
Tel. Douglas 416.1. A-1335.
8-ROOM house, hot water heat, gas and
electrlcJlRht: shades. 2702 Bristol.
ft-ROOM modern cottage, ex, heat 2502
in. wenster 4:4c.
MOD. 6-room cottage; fine rep'r. H. 3844.
Four bedrooms, bath and toilet on see
ond floor; large family room, lining
room, buttery-kitchen, refrigerator room,
hall and vestibule on first floor; full
cement basement, with toilet; furnace
heat; everything first clans and strictly
modern. Located at 1511 Georgia Ave. See
the owner at 1508 Georgia Ave., or phona
H-KOUll house, modern except heau 14U
X. 24th St.. 120.
7-room house, modern except heat, 2313
Charles St., $19
rooms, 2d floor, 1108 N. 20th St. mod
ern except heat, 914.
B-room cottage, modern except heat 3934
N. 23d St., $20.
6-room house, modern except heat 1611
Corby St.. $19.
6-room, 1st floor. 1902 N. 26th fit. partly
-room. 2d floor, 1902 N. 26th St.. toilet
7-room house, modern except heat 2909
CHRIs'boYER, 22d and Cuming Sti
A I'OTlON SALE.
Big lot of diamonds, watches. Jewelry
and clothing will be sold at public auc
tion every eve., 6:30 p. m., until Mew
FRIEDMAN'S LOAN BANK,
13th and Douglas Sts.
FOR RENT A brick residence, 210
South Eleventh street, eleven large
rooms, two toilet rooms, barn, three
blocks southwest of depot, fine location
for home f jr railroad people. House open
for Inspection ail week. $75.00 per month.
Phone Douglas 672, Mrs. J. M. Metcalf.
12.14 South Tenth.
Eight-room house, 2921
A NINE-ROOM house at &Kti Hamilton
St. All modern excepting furnace. Lot
lOOxlJO. Barn. Large shade trees. Plenty
of room for garden and chickens. Rent
$25. Houte newly papered and painted
throughout. Chas. 11. Brown, Telephone
J io ux i as H2S.
Not More Than $25
for your choice of 2 modern homes.
ONE H block to Walnut Hill line, 8
room and hall, best furnace,
plumbing, all brick and cement
basement; families can use, In
dependent stairway and entrance.
OTHER One block to N. 24th line, full
two-story 7-room all modern.
New, compact, up-to-date.
O'KE-FK REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat'l. Doug, or A-2in2.
Evenings H. 2842 or H. &134.
FOR RENT 4 room
clflc St. $: a month.
cottago, 2216 Pa-
fOK RENT tour-room cottage on 2ta
Ave, Oetween Dodge and Douglas stree..
See Dexter L. Thomas. 411 Bee Bldg.
Stores and Offices.
WISH to sublet suite ef five rooms la
City Nstional Bank Bldg. Call D 412.
NEW store building with modern living
rooms upstairs; will oe ready Jan. 1, 1912.
Write or phone 1027 Grand Island, Neb.
J. E. Allam. Orand Island, Neb.
SHE naturally Is looking for a dessert
that needs but little preparation. Tell
her of Dalzeil's lee cream. If Mrs. A.
Von Krause, 3411 Amea Ave., will come to
The Bee office within three days we will
give her an order for a quart brick of
this tine Ice cream.
OFFEUED FOU SALE
PIANO, slightly used,
Segerstrom Piano Mltf.
Far nam Sts.
at a bargain.
Co., 19th and
ELECTRIC piano and music box re
pairing. Acme Machine Co., 3124 Lev'w'th.
LIGHT TOUCH MONARCH VISIBLH
for rent. THE MONARCH T YPE
WRITER CO.. 411 S. lath. Phone D 4UJ.
sale or rent; largest stock,
U. F. bwansun Co., 1314
SMITH PREMIERS, models No. or
No. 4, In excellent condition, rented three
months for u
SMITH PREMIER TYPTWRITER CO..
mil and Douglas.
RENT an Oliver typewriter from th
Oliver Typewriter Co. Douglas 219.
FOR SALE Fireproof safe with double
doors and money drawer; also tiling cabi
net for of I lea use. CoUou lU-ynulds,
SAFES uvtriucKdU Willi itucuud-hand
sates, all tmea and makes; bargain.
American Supply, Co., lllu Farnam St
FOR SALE New and necoud-hand
csrom ana pocket billiard tables and
bowling alleys and accedsurles; bar tlx
turea of all kinds; easy payments The
Di-unswIck-Balke-Collunder Co., 4U-40
FOR SALE Two sciiolars.ups in the
Omaha Commercial coiltua and ine In
Boyles college. Business ol'-u'e. Omaha
Peanut, gum, match and post card
machines. Acme Machine Co., 3124
Coal lor stove or furnsce. Try
Harmon A Weeth. Webster MI.
iU SAFES, Dr.itlUHl. IMS Karnam rt
KINDLING. 4 load, il. Gross.
ELECTRIC piano and muslo roll re
pairing. Acme Machine Co., 3124 Leaven
FOR SALE Al a bargain: machinery In
small p aning mill at Benson. Telephone
U. 3-J-W. or addrek George Snell.
books, (liu each, phoi.o
A New Truss
NEW INVENTION. ACTION AND
!oes not spread the rupture open In
ternally as convex pads do. Write for
THE TYRRELL TRl'SS CO.
f,si Broadway, Nw Vuia CUy,
M-DAY BLOOD REMEDY.
0l hPH a r m 1--. l?tl, ar,d Dodre.
Massage, Rltlrnhoiise. S uTTti ifliostonliidT
YOUNG women coining to Omaha as
strangers are Invited to visit the Voting
Women's Christian association building
at Seventeenth and St. Mary's Ave.,
where they will be directed to suitable
boarding places or otherwise assisted.
Look for our travelers' aid at the L'nljt
Mix Lang, manicuring, vibratory mat-
sage treatments. R. 1. 2d floor. 1H08 Podga.
VK rent and repair all kinds ot sewing
machines, lnd. A-10H3. louglas 13.
NEBRASKA CTCLE CO.,
15th and Harney Sts.
TAHLKTH will bull.t. braoc
fOc. BELL DRUG CO.
TAKE instructions In massa,,..
Swedish movement cure. 401 Ware Blk.
MASSAGE Swedish movement; nothing
better for rheumatism: ladles. $1: aentle-
men, 11.60. Apt 2. liJ Farnam
MA(!'KTin treatment. K. Brott, ;m
. Jj- mh- 2J floor- n 6::a-
HAZEL LEAF FILE CONES Best
remedy for Itching, bleeding or protrud
ing piles; 50e postpaid; snmple fre. Sher
man & McConnell lrug Co.. Omaha.
LIEBKN. mask suits to hire. 1514 How'd
THE SALVATION A KM Y solicits cast
off clothing; In fact, anything vnu do pot
need. We collect, repair ana sell, at ISt
N. llth St.. for cost of collection, to the
worthy poor. Call 'phone Douglas 4Ui
and wagons will call.
MASSAGE tlR,h 'lt low
lUiitwauii treatment. Mm
Chicago. 109 8. 17th St.. 1st floor, p. 7tih
Mrs. Snyder, massage, electrical treat
ment. 3 Dunsany, 10th Pierce. D. 434U.
Dr. Burke, wumeu's diseases. 41 Doug. Ilk
rOl'Ll IVt A ND I'KT STOCK '
(Screenings, $1 8i pr lim. SVHgner, SOI N.
Ill ILDEttV 1NFOIIMA TIO.N.
Electric gas fixtures. Omaha Silver Ce.
Ideal Cement Stone Co., 17th and Cuming.
Fuchs. Son A Blind, painting, decorating.
ROOFING PAINT, building paper, plas
ter bosrd. Amer. Sup. Co., lis Nicholas.
Masonry con.. Jobber. Hea.lv. Web. 1J41.
city rnoriiiiiv to it ale.
Have YouGot $360?
THEN start the New Year right by
owning your own home. Ixok todav at
3303 MYRTLE AVE., right In Bemls I'ark,
corner lot, on two paved streets, a very
neat and substantial 6-rooin modern home,
ready to move right In. Pay the balance
like rent. It Isn't every day you can buy
a house like this for $3,600 cash, but you
can this house right now and on
easy terms. Oet a look at this house. If
it Is large enough for your family, you'll
. Glover Kealty Syndicate
1219-22 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Douglas 39AA.
GIVE yourse.lf a nice, new all modern,
8-rooni hou.e; 1 can give you your choice
of two of tho best In the city at abso
lute cost. Telephone Harney 60. Harry H.
Putnam, S140 Burt St.
HOUSE AND 10 LOTS.
Near Omaha car line and city school.
Good 6 room cottago and 10 good, high
lots. 1 or a home or investment notn-
Ing else like lt so near Omaha for near
the price. $2,200, $2o0 cash, balance like
H GEE REAL ESTATE CO.,
105 Pearl Street.
Council Bluffs, la.
THREE FINE LOTS on 14th Ave, and
Grand Ave. for sale at a bargain. Itsli
Uard St. Phone Red 4596.
Modern Suburban Home
FOR SALE. 69th and Center, with fif
teen acres choicest land and finest of im
provements. House Is modern through
out. 10 rooms and bath. Inquire Andrew
A. Furay. Phone Harney 1027. station a,
FARM A RANCH lAUrn FOK
'My knowledge of land on uncompleted
Grand Trunk can make you quick profits.
Frank Crawford. US Homer at.. Van
couver, or omaha.
TEN-ACRE farina accessible to Jackson
ville, Fla. Excellent for winter garden
ruck. Thirty dollars per acre; fifty cents
cash; fifty cents per month, write for
particulars. Jacksonville Heights liu
provement Company, Jacksonville, Fla.
THE LAND OF SUNSHINE.
We are offering 10, 2t and 40-acre tract
and upwards located In Columbia county
near Lake City, Florida, 60 miles west of
Jacksonville and only 0 miles from St
Augustlue. This property Is Intersected
by three railroads of national refutation.
which furnish the beat of services at
reasonable rates to all markets of th
The climate is ideal, mne farms are
now being worked in our tract with
exceptionally good results. Own one of
our farms, investigate our offer. Small
cash payments and easy terms.
IX) w rates uauy. iiuxeis good until
ROBT. C. DRUESEDOW 4s CO.,
$00 Omaha National Bank Bldg.,
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Traversed by the
ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM & ATLAN
Lands adaptable to the widest range of
crops. All tne money crops or tne south
plentifully produced. For literature treat
ing wuu tnis coming uuumijr, us soil,
climate, church and school advantages,
W. H. LEAHY. DEPT. K,
General Passenger Agent.
FOR SALE Chicken ranch, SV4 acres
plenty of fruit and peaches; good build'
Ings: location central Illinois; for par
tlculars writ Laurens. Iowa, uout S.
166 ACRES; 10 mile from Red Cloud
25 acres alfalfa; loo acres cultivation:
good Improvements. Price, xs.uoo. 320
acres; 7 mile to Bladen; 200 acres culti
vation: 30 acres alfalfa; 120 acres pas
ture; good Improvements. 18,0UU; good
terms. Write at once. Carpenter & Son,
Red Cloud. Neb.
THE easiest way to find a buyer for
your farm Is to lnert a small want ad
In the Dea Moines Cbpltal. Largest cir
culation In the state of Iowa, 43,0u0 dally.
The Capital la read by and believed In by
the slaudpatters of Iowa, who simply ie-
fue to permit any other paper in their
homes. Ratey 1 cent a wold a day; ;i.ii
per line per month; count rU ordinary
words to the line. Address Vet Itluuic
Capital, Des Mmue. la-
1.920 ACRE RANCH.
Wheeler county. Neb., about miles
from county seat, said to be dark sandy
loam with clay subsoil, much" of It suit
able for funning. 4 room house, barn
3240, ahunuance of water. Will take
Improved pioperty for H,i) or IIO000, in
pait payment. Price $l.'.0uper acre,
M GEE REAL ESTATU CO.,
105 Pearl Street.
Council Bluffs. Ia.
CLIMATE. HEALTH, SOIL. WATETl,
crops and profits sure. Fruit and alfalfa.
Government Irrigation. Considering coat
and profit, we offer tbe best 011 the mar
ket. Come ail right. Hartshorn ofc Co.,
Carlsbad. New Mexico.
va ACRES. In
Dskota, for sale.
Lyman county, South
Address D 963. Bee.
RUSK COUNTY, WIS., cut-over hard
wood lands; wholesale prices; any sized
trs.'t; clay loam soil; In dairy and clover
belt; good markets, school and churches,
easy terms. Write for msps and in
formation. Arnin Hardwood iuinber
Cenipany, Grand Rapids, W la.
KtRM A lltMII I IMH KOH MIK
Sarpy Ca 150 Acres
Best Bargain Noar Omaha.
$100 PER ACRE: ADVANCES TO $125
IF NOT SOLD BY JANl'ARY I.
One-half alley land, with gradual
slope, one-half upland, gently rolling.
The soil Is Al. tlood Improvement con
sisting of good, lartie, well built seven
room house: gorj barn for fourteen head
with hay mow for forty tons: good or
chard, numerous other buildings. Ijivs
within three and one-half miles of Pa
pllllon and within seven and one-half
miles cf South Onitthn, the great live
stock market and handy to other towns;
choice location and a good producing
If you want the best bargain near
Omaha thwr make It your business to
see me on this Tuesday If possible, be
fore the advance.
By all means, bring wife If necessary.
(One-half cash by March 1 )
OR1N S. MERRILL COMPANY.
Rooms 1213-1214 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
HALL CO I. NT V FA KM.
90-ACRE dairy faim. all new buildings,
bringing owner $o. per year. Only
lil.wo. A snap. Write Dill fc Huston,
Wrand Island. Neb.
FOR SALE Good laim tracts: S00 acre
diked tiovland, MO acres upland all thor
oughly drained. Will furnish teed for 400
head cattle. Land especially adapted to
uairylng and accessible to good inarkeL
Uood water. Huuse and barn Just com
pleted costing $i,wu. Bounded on two
Ides by county road. Ono . mile from
school and postoftlce. Lies suitable to
subdlvldn Into small tracts If so desired.
Price, lou per .rcre. Part casn; term
on balance; no commissions, ii mieresieu
correspond Immediately with owner, Ueo.
W. Warren, vice president Astoria na
tional bunk, Astoria, Orecon.
SEND for description of beautiful S0-
acre farm at $100 an acre. NO TRADlNti.
V. H. Graham. Cuero, lex.
fi'OH SALE Oil EXCHANGE
Omaha Home for Land
Entirely modern; reception hall, parlor,
librarv, dining-room, kitchen, beu-room
downstairs; 2 stairways lead up to 3 bed
rooms with closets, complete bath with
new Wolff fixtures, ua anu eieciricny.
Full slaed, cemented nasemcm, ones.
foundation. New American furnace, l-uu
lot, allev, south front, iu large line msp.e
trees, half block to best car service, 1
block to public school, close to an
churches and paroc.al schools. Encum
brance $2,100. owner preiers nuiirau o.,
Neb., or other good western land. Ad
dress, W iwl. Bee.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED Cltv loans and warrants. YV.
Farnam Smith A Co.. 1330 Farnam St
OMAHA Property and Nebraska Lands.
O ICEEFE REAL LSIAII4 t-.
1018 New Omaha Nat'l Bank Building.
FARM LOANS near Omaha; do coram le
sion; optional payments; cheap money.
Orln S. Merrill, 13 City Jai i uana cms.
HEAIi ESTATE IX)ANS
MONEY to loans on business or resi
dence properties, $1,000 to $Mo,ou. W. li.
THOMAS. 603 First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
to $10,000 made promptly. F.
Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam.
LOW RATES. BEMIS-CARLBERU CO
$10-812 Biandels Theater Bldg,
OARVIN 11ROS Lans. ,uU0 and up
LARGE LOAN'S, municipal bonds, mort
gages bought and sold. 8TULL DfiOS.
WANTED City loans. Psters Trust Co.
WANTED TO Buy
Id-hand goods, Kleser, 1020 Center. D. 6661.
WANTED Second-hand sate; give
nanse maker, height, width, depth,
weight and price, F. O. B. Omaha. D
The key to success In business la tbe
Judicious and persistent use of newspaper
WANTED TO RENT
TWO furnished rooms for llgut house
keeping, on or near Ams Ave. Address,
Foard, 4212 Camden Ave.
WANTED luniuuu as iiousekeuper by
respectuble middle-aged lady. Prefer
home with children. Also experienced a
nurse. Address Mrs.' Marie Turner, gen
eral delivery, Council Bluffs. Ia.
ACCOUNTANT and bookkeeper, first
class, open for Immediate engagement;
prefer above, but would accept a sales
man's position; married; age, HO yrs. ;
good personality and an Impressive and
forceful speaker; any reasonable tialary
considered. Call Harney Wob and arrange
SITUATION wanted A mauager of
general ktore, country town; eyperlenoed.
O CIS, Bee.
WASHING and curtains done. T. H. 641M
WANTED Situation as repairer or
driver of automobile. Graduate and Is
thoroughly competent. Beet of reference.
H. L. Barr. 424 N. 17th St.
evenings and Saturdays:
Address L 743. Bee.
THHEa, young muies, piano player and
singer, want po.it. un in picture show, ex
POSITION wanted oy competent lady
sienoai apner; reference as to ability.
MUST HAVE WOKK
Toung man nerds work for board and
room. Phone Douglas 44.
lUUlNli i I!!I1 touilkS
tender; experienced. 8
Will IE lady desires ieauy places of
day work; neat, conscientious; does not
uisuppointment engagement. Pnone it.
While woman uesiree uay wora; neat
i'eU D. J4u.
lOl NO I any wants position as stenog
raphei ; small wages to start; best ot rtt-
erences. W en. Wio.
middle aged Indy desires
housekeeper for widower
taiiiily. C 994, Bee.
MH. Ht'SBAND, if you are looking for
something to take home for an extra fine
dessert, step Into Daizell's. If 3. J.
Cuslck. 3017 Meredith Ave., will come to
The Bee office wltuln three days we will
give him an order fur a quart brick of
U. Is fine Ice cream.
LIVE STOCK MAUHKT OF
Snip your stock to South Omaha; save
mlleuge and shrinkage, your consign
ment receive prompt aid careful atten
tion. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. Byera Bros. & Co. sttong and responsible.
Omaha w Denver,
Gieat Vv est. Com. Co
Vv7 hTh M 1 I II A BON just handie sheepT
VV. F. PENNY CO.. iS Each. Bldg.
TAtHl BHOS. hanuie cati .e. nogs, sneep,
"clay. Robinson tc Co.. Excn. Bldg.
Interstate Co. Baiter -. suits amp to us.
t UIHO.v Cum. Co. 222 Exchange Bldg.
Bl'RKE-RI' 'KLY CO.. 1 fcxcti. Bldg,
L. i:. ROBERTS CO.. 'lit Kxcn. Bidgl
t ot at Jones Com
Co.. biineii ot htisUer.
Com. Co.. 4iJ rxrbange
Deposit proceeds of siitpmeuta In Stock
Yard Nat I oank. Only bank at yards.
Martin Bros. Co., us-4 Exon. Blug.
OMAHA. THE GRAIN MARKET.
Kebraska-luwa Grain Co., Brandti.
WEEKS GRAIN CO.. g
consignments solicited, v
THE OMAHA BEE
prints clean news and clean ad
tiO V F. K N M E N T N O T I C 1 : S.
GOV F ill" N M E N F"s A l.K 1 N I I A N L A N I ","
Absolute Title Given -the tinalloted
Isn.ls of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Na
tions of the Five Civilised Tribe In Ok
lahoma and not Including the coal snd
timber segregation, will be sold at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder at th
following terms, times and places at not
less than the minimum price stated In
the advertisement: Orady county. Chlck-
asha, (sS tracts, S7,"0 acre, November
I, 4. Stephens county, Duncan, (
trscts, S9.J00 acres. November; 6, 7 S;
Jefferson conntv, Ryan, 70J tracts, 4i.40tf
seres. November . H. 11; love county,
Marietta, 8T.4 tracts, 7B.600 acre. Novem
ber 13, 14, 15, 16; Carter county. Ardmore.
1.17S tracts, 93..fl0 acres, November 17, IS.
20. 21. 22. 23; Murray county, Sulphur, M
tracts, 2C.0U0 acres. November 24. 26; Gar
vin county, Paul Valley, t.T tracts. :t)
acres. November 17. 2s. 29; McClain
county, Purcell, I4 tracts. 14.000 acres.
December l, I; Pontotoc county, Ada, b9
tracts. 4J,;' acres, December i, 6, 8;
Johnson countv, Tishomingo, DM tracts,
39.200 acres December ".. s, 9; Marshall
county, Madlll. 179 tracts. 1S.60J sore",
December 11; Bryan couniy. Durant, 60s
tracts, 2t., ll acres, December IX 13; Atoka
X-ounty, Atoka. tracts. 124.000 acres.
December 14, la, l, is, 19; t:oal eounty,
Coalnate. 609 tracts, 64,600 acres, Decem
ber 20, 21, 22; Hughes county, Calvin 437
trscts. 50.700 acres, December 26, 27; Pitts
burg countv, McAlester, 1.6.0 tracts, 167,
100 acret.. December 2S, 29. 30, 1111; Janu
ary 1, 2; Haskell couniy, S'.lgler. 41$
tracts, 20.10 acres. January 3, 4: Latimer
oounty, Wllburton. 191 tracts, 16.0HO acres.
January 6; Lcfloie county, Puteau, 2; J
trncts, 21.SIX) acres, January C; Pushma
taha couniy. Antlers, 641 tracts,
acres, January 8, 9, 10; Choctaw county,
Hugo, 6M tracts, Si.&nO acres. January 11,
12, 1,1; McCurtaln county. Idabell. 77
tracts, 64,600 acres, January to. 16, 17, 18.
1912. Not mure than li.u acres :f agri
cultural and 640 acres of other lands will
be sold to one person In any one nation.
minimum valuation of $.s.oo or more per
acre. Terms are m per cent at tne lime
of sale, 25 per cent In iwwlve monihs.
snd 6( per rent In two years, with per
cent Interest, payments must be made
In the form of draft or t-erttrtcd check,
payable to J. G. Wright, commissioner.
Cpon full payment being made at any
time deed will Issue. Immediately after
approval of sale otntificale of purchase
will Issue and possession be given, but
cutting of timber or drilling or mining
for minerals thereon will not be per
prlce. Right Is reserved to reject any or
all bids. For Information apply to the
Commissioner to the Five Civilised Tribes.
Muskogee, Oklahoma, or any of the Dis
trict Agents as to lands within their re
spective districts. Lists of these lands
have been prepared by counties, showing
the terms of sale, the description of the
various tracts and minimum price, lt
will be Impracticable to furnish each In
quirer sll ot these lists, and It la sug
gested that persons desiring such Infor
mation specify the locality In which they
are interested. Blue prints of the various
counties, showing the location of the land
to be sold, will be furnished upon appli
cation to the undersigned upon the pay
ment ot $0.;t for each county In the
form of draft or postal money order.
J. G. WRIGHT, Commissioner to the
Five Civilised Tribes, Muskogee, Okla
homa. August L 1911-
Stockholders Meeting of The Union
Notice Is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of The Union
Land Company for the election of five
directors and the transaction of such
other business as may legally coma be
fore the meeting, will be held at the
office of the General Solicitor, Union
Paclflo Headquarleia Ilulldlng, lSth and
Dodge streets, Omaha, Nebraska, on
Monday, the sth oay of January, 1913,
at 10 o'clock A. M.
The stock transfer books will be closed
10 days previous to the meeting.
New York City, N. T., Dec. M. 1911.
Notice Is hereby given that the An
nual Meeting of the Stockholders of the
Omaha Oas Company will be held' at the
office ot the Company, 1609 Howard St.,
at 10:30 a, m., Monday, January 1, 1912,
for the election of Directors tor the en
suing year, and for the transaction of
such other business aa may come before
FKANK T. HAMILTON.
GEORGE W. CLABAUUH.
Omaha, Dec. 15, 1911. Becretury.
1) 22d lOt
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Bee Building company will be held
at the office of said company, Omaha,
Nebraska, at 4 o'clock p. m. Tuesday,
January It, 1912. for the election ot tne
board of directors for the ensuing year,
and for the transaction of such other
business aa may properly come before
By ordor of the president
N. K FE1L. Secretary.
Office of LEE-GLASS-ANDHKESEN
HARDWARE COMPANY. Omaha, Ne
braska, December , 1911. Notice Is hereby
given to the stockholders of Lee-Glass-
Andreesen Hardware company that the
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
company will be held at the office ot
said oompany, corner ot Ninth and Har
ney streets, in the city of Omaha, In the
state of Nebraska, on Tuesday, January
A. D.. 1912.. at i o'clock p. m.. for the
purpose of electing a hoard of directors
for the company to serve during the ensu
ing year, and to transact such other
business as may be presented at sucti
meeting. Attest: W. M. Glass, Secre
tary ; U. 3. Lee. President -
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Carroll Local a 7:Oo am
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The Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.
Especially attractive tour of
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HaiidtM'Noti Al Hon, (Jon. Agent,
15 Ho. La Hallo St., Chicago.
Or Any Steamship Agency.
TWO IDEAL CRUISES
thf ivnnr n
TTi NoT.ll,1l...(rrom Ksw Tori)
III? Feb. II T, ltl8rroin San VraDclsco)
w J ii paiatiai cruising sic-sioer.
.Ill VICTORIA LUISEV
Itinerary Inelndo Madeira
Spain, Italr. India, Ceylon,
PI rails Hrttlementa, Java,
Philippines, 4:hlita Japan,
Sandwich Islands and erlaod
Amerleaa Tour, lalaod excurtuon and
opTioNAiiiTnTj iw nvm
TOVUS U4 DAYS IN JAP AM
Coat Including sll necssaary
sxpe&KM Aboard od sabore
Dnratlon of Cm 1 see
IIO Days Kneh
Sen for lUuitraUi BooiUt.
150 W. BandolDh Street.
Chlcasro, HI or Looal Agent.
t'learlntr House Hank "tatenient.
NEW YOIUv. Dec. 23. Tho atatemenl
of the clearing house banks for the week
how that the banks hold lX,ft47,90u re
serve in excess ot legal requirements.
This Is a decrease of 12,924,000 In the pro.
purtlonate cash reserve as eompured with
last week. 1 lie statement loiiows:
I1.8."7, 092.000 Iir,31)i.Ull0
315. DO.;. OciO 8,742,000
, 1,707, luO.188) 2S,0i.l,uu0
Net deposits ,
Excesa lawTl reserve 12.M7.3uO i.924,Of0
Ranks' cash reserve In vaults. . .1330.640.000
Trust companies casti reserve in
Aggregate rash reserve $398,938,000
Trust companies reserve with clearing
house members carrying 25 per rent cah
Actual Condition. Amount.
Iegal tenders 82. 000.0-0
Net deposits 1,1 iu.8I4,ucm
rcti atlon w,mi,ui.ic
Excesa lawfl reserve H,188,:tUI)
nka' cash reserve In vaults. . .336,223,000
Trust comuanles casn reserve In
Aggregate cash reserve $.197,9E2,000
Trust companies' reserve with clearing
house members carrying 25 per cent casn
reserve. 8r.ci.837, 000.
Summary ot state Danns ami trust
companies In Greater New York not re
porting to the New x'ork clearing house.:
jtlliuuill. ocri ITann.
fxians illil,7ji.8w 61,782.900
Specie W,7I.j,8oO "iiif.JiKI
uai tenners imh.iw -.,.pvu
Total deposits ecci,9uv,-w
New York Prodnre Market.
NEW YORK, Deo. 23. BUTTER
Barely steady; receipts, 4.39 tubs
creamery spccluis. 4c; extras, :io
81c: creamery held specials, sen;: extras,
8:iiir.c: first. 32ii3lc; seconds. Sotiillc
thirds, xiigvc:; siaie aairy iuun, iiiiwbi,
8.Vu37c; gcicjd tu prime, Oi34c; process
til iLhaTj r inn ; rt ceipis, hi vuxrm.
Weekly exports, 250 boxes. State, whole
milk under grades, lSH'ttluc.
EGGS Unsettled; receipts, B.92B case
fresh gathered extras, 2810c; extra first
m.i!i3lc: first. KVn'Mi-: seconds. 294i:r:
thirds and poorer. ..Jl'c; stale, fennsyi
vunia and nearby hc-nery white, fumy
new laid, 4cl4t4 ; state, I'ennsylvanla and
nearbv, selected whites, fair to good, 40-.
46c; atate, Pennsylvania aim neuruy
henery brown, fancy large new laid. 4oc
POULTRY Alive, dull and lower; west
ern chickens, )KrUc, fowls, 12411a.1 ; tur
keys, 14c; dressed firmer; western chick
ens, tuioc; luwis, biiioc, turaeys, u'sjioc
Chlrigo I'rodare Market.
CHICAGO, Dec. 28. BUTTER Steady
creameries. 2t,' 86e ; dairies, 2V0J1C.
EtMls Weak; receipts. 1.841 cases; a
mark, esses Included. l27c; firsts, 23'd
2ac: nr ine firsts, Sflu'.-sc.
CHEESE Steady; daisies, IHUtfl IfiV.c:
twins, WuMc; young Amerlcua, ltiVatf
l.c: lona horns. I0V.41 Itc.
I'tiTATOEH Steady; choice to fancy,
dfi'iiUKc: fair to good. boiiKuo.
POULTRY Easy; turkeys, 14t(17c
chickens, l'Kuloyic, springs, 10c.
VEAL Steady, 71illc.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPtKJL, Dec. 23. W HEAT Spot
nomlnsi; Nm. 1, x ana 1. maiutoDa, un
quoted; futures, quiet; March, 7a 3d
Mav. 7a 2'od.
CORN' Spot, steady; American mixed
6a cS'l; futurea, dull; January, 6a 8d
February, 5s scl.
Ill r Goods Market,
NEW YORK. Dec. 23 -DRY GOODS
The cotton good market clewed with
sMghtly firmer tone. A fair demand foi
linens Is reported with supplies Ugh
Yarns are easy. Homers ot burlap are
KAII.W V TIME CAIIM.
X V sS (.1J.V. sW J '
firmer on all spot goods.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
iKillinrr Cattle for Week Thirty to
HOGS LOWER THAN LAST WEEK
nt l.aniti Fifteen tenia
Than Last Week, vttth
Sheep Only Mrons; In
I, It He lllaher.
SOCTH OMAHA. Dee, 23, 1911.
Lceeli Is were: Cattle.
Ortlclal Mond iv 4 .!.''
official Tuesday 3 1 12.'.!"i
Oiticial ednesdav. . . 2,.'i'J lJ.Jii
tifriclul Thursday 2.IM K.i--
official Frtdav i.ii V1..H
Eailiiiate Satoiday KM 6.700
SU d:iys this week. ...13.77 r.J.twO 27.l"7
fame l a iat week...77.Mii M.42 MM
Ssmo dsya 2 weeks aao 2'.I4. t"ti.f s,:u
Same days 3 week ago 12.1''.' .14,7.1 2u.vi
Same dits 4 weeks ago 2.;..1.! 4l.(, 4:i. x.7
Seine days last yesr lii.S.'i S:t,44i 24,'i0
The followln tsbln shows the ("eeeliiis
of cattle, hogs and shm-p t Sooth Omaha
for the year to dato as eompured with last
year: lull. vmo VM'J. Vt.
Csllle l.lMi.74 1.2I1..V.9 D4.57!l
Hogs 2..Vt2,4l9 l.stii.Ofil 4H",Si;T
Sheep 2.9.iJ.i'M 2,9ti4,T'.l U,TXi
The following taole shows the avernue
prices paid for hogs at South tmiiihti lor
ihe last tew days, with comparisons:
Date I lull. pun. Isosi 1 lVi .iisssi.uyw
Dec. 14ennrai"l iTf "
Deo. I'i.i t 7 Ky) Oi'l bil 1 e 111 4 M
Deo. i OO'.l 7 M It 1 6 30 4 2.11 I 4 7l
Dec. li. j 7 M 8 i 34 4 T( ,sl
Dee. II.. I 6 9S 1 8 31, U 4 40 1811 4 81
Dec. 1. & 9.t 7 67 16 81 4 84! 9 4 84
I ec. W ( 1 si 8 2(i I 4 ti 1N 4 90
Dec. 21. li 04 V 7 bs g 2i 0 3S 4 8J OtM 4 SS
I 'ec. 22. 01 7 W 8 os 5 :i4 I f U HI
Dee. 2:t. ft M7n 7 l 8 M ft ,1tl 4 44 4 9J
lteccipis and disposition of live slock
nt the Colon Stock Yards, South Omaha,
for tho twenty-four hours ending nt 4
h i lock yesterday:
Cattle. Hog. Sheep
C M. A BL P.. 14 1
Wabash , I r.
Union Paclflo 11
C. N. W, east 1 10
C. N. W., west 19 2
C, St. P. M. & 0 1 i
C, II. & W.. eaat 7
C, H. & y.. west 18 ,.
.'., R. 1. t P., east IS,.
C R. 1. A P.. west 1 ,.
Illinois Central I ,,
C. G. W 4
Total receipts 3 99 I
DISPOSITION HEA D.
t . Cattle. Hogs Sheep.
omsna l acaing co...
Swift and Company..
Ctldahy Packing Co.
Armour & Co
J. W. Murphv
Cllne & Christie
, . 1 1 82
' L9U2 'm
43 t,m m
CATTLE There were no cattle of any
consequence nere today to make a mar
ket. For tho week receipts foot up 13,787
neaci. being only about one-half ot last
week s receipts and only about 1,000 head
larger than Thanksgiving week. As com
pared with the run a year ago there has
been a fslllhg off In the receipts ot over
Under the combined Influence of a good
demand and light receipts prices on beef
cattle have shown steady upward move.
ent this week and at the close are 30v
400 mgiier man the close of last week
II In all. It has been a good healthy
trade and one that has been entirely sat
isfactory to the selling interests, lt will
understood from this that last week's
ecllne whs pretty much wiped nut and
that cattle are very nearly, If not quite,
as high as they have been any time so
far thin season, lt would he well for
the country to understand that the de
mnd at holiday time In never very
large and hence It will be well If mod
erate receipts were to continue next week.
not only hers, but at ail market points.
cows ana neirers nave experienced prac
tlcally the same advance as have beef
teers. so that what was said In regard
to the steer trade would apply equally as
well to that kind ot cattle.
The demand for strictly desirable feed-
era has been very good all this week and
prices have been well maintained, being
bout aa nigh as any time during the
lie season. The common and medium
grades of feeders, on the other hand,
ave not been in any too gooa aemand
nd they are generally a little lower than
quotations on cattle:
(iooct to choice beef steers. 10.78 00:
fair to good beet si ears, o0u4.75; com-
non to fair beer steers, 4.nuo. ,:r, gooa
to choice heifers. 84.7Mifi.HO: good to
choice cows, 84. 2541 5. 26; fair to good cows,
t3.75!ti4.t5; common to fair rows, 2.7rf
i.av: good tu choice Blockers and feeders,
$r..49ifr!.oO; fair lo good Blockers and feed-
rs, 4.no1i6.40; common to lair Blockers
nd feeders. IH.MKcl4.NO; stonk heifers. 83 50
CM. 60; veal ralves, t.1.60ui7.50; bulls, stags.
etc., 83 25 tl 5. 2D.
HOGS The market for hogs was a
saggy affair, weakness being due to un
favorable wires irom tne esst. some imie
business was transacted early at figures
steady or very nearly so, but the de
mand larked life and values worked
lower, showing Dtlfioc losses toward the
close ot the session. None of the regular
buyers took very much interest In the
trade and movement dragged along to a
Packers provided an outlet for the big
bulk of a moderate supply, but It was al
most midday before the yards were com
pletely cleared, out ot an estimate 01
ninety-six loads shippers and speculators
selected less than a half dosen loads,
lack outside demand rinding an explana
tion In the proximity of Christmas.
Spreads between the various weights
were fully as wide ae thoee In force re
cently, heavies bringing the high prices
and bacon grades selling at the low fig
ures. The best heavies on sale moved at
16.15, a nickel under yesterday top ,ana
Tke Best Known Office Building in Omaha,
There is great advantage in being in a
building which people can find easily. No
building in Omaha, or as a matter of fact, in tho
entire west, is a3 well known as
The Bee Building
Every man, woman and child in Omaha
knows where it is and everyone who has ever
been hero knows how to find it. This is only one
of tho many advantages in having an office in
THE BEE BUILDING
Boon 330 Is a choice corner office having a north and west exposure,
making this space attractive at any aeaauu ot the year, on account
of good light and ventilation. We will arrange this space, 19x29,
suitable fur tenant, and there being a vault in the room. It affords
xtra protection for valuables. Rent, per iiiuntu MO-Od
Kooix. 418 Has a south and west exposure which makae a well lighted
office, 13HX29V feet In else. We are only asking 7 80 a square foot
for this space which Is very cheap rent, considering location and all
conveniences furulsned by The lie Uuildlug. Price, per month, yiS.C
boom 61 a Don't pa for desk room space when you ran rent a private
office for tho same amount This room is 8x14, has a large window
on tho court, affording plenty of light and veutilatlwn. Price per
Cctiiil 40 Slxe 9x19-8, having a frame lnd glass partition across center
of room making two good aised office with every convenience, and
the rental piK ouly, per month 918.09
Room 401 This room la located near the elevator and has a total of 8
syuare feet of floor space. This 1 a very Ceslrable email office and
location is convenient. Rental, per month.. 6U7.69
Be cm 407 Is llxl$tt feet and
Rental price, per u. until ...
Bee Business Office.
1 Ki t sniff taniiiil from $.1.93 downward.
Pig rfferlnes were very scarce and m
chsniie )n price developed.
Compered with a week net the market
ihows small declines of 5'10e. On most
clays prices waered ahoot tho $c level,
Ihe demand lirnik' reasonably active, wltii
receipts moderate except on Tuesday and
W'eilnrsria. 'I hese two clays claimed run
of over 12.000 head, mostly averages un
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81 1.11 ... 8 00
SHEEP Only two loadH " sheep wera
received, rut tney were nuiea nire- 10 s.
pucker, nml as estei dny s clearance III
all branches of the trade was complete,
values remained nominal.
Moderate receipts during the week had
some little buiiisii inrmencn upon tne
mnrket and prices are closing about Io
higher on fat lambs, while fat sheep are
strong to a llttlo higher In spots, as com
pared with quotations a week ago. The
advance In lamhs applies especially to
the good to choice grades, medium stint
showing verv alight Improvement. Strictly
choice liimbs touched $8 00 on two or
three occasions lately and anything sell
ing below lii.iiO was not very respectable.
Toppy corn-feds were usually favored lit
packing circles as pititnp, nign grane
animals are always popular with the
Matured muttons acted creditably front
start to finish, but there were times when
values were poorly tested, owing to
meager supply. Extra good wethers car-'
rvlnn a fairly large sort of fa sold un
as high an $4.10, and fat ewes ranged from
$:s.(l downward. Spread In ewea rernalned
very wide, cull and prime quality siock
selling fullv $1.00 apart. There were oniy
a few bends of yearlings on sale during1
the week and the trade held up In food
Conditions in the Teeder market were
about the same an usual. Country de.
mend proved active but limited, while
offerings were scarce. The week a pur
chase of feeders, according to packers
tabs, amounts to about 8.O0O head.
1,1 VB STOCK MARKRT
Demand for Cattle and Sheen Strangf
' !loKa Higher.
CHICAGO, Dec. 23. CATTLE Receipt
estimated at 300 head; market strong;
beeves, $4.8ii.90; Texas steers, $4.20tii&.76;
western steers. $4.6Oub.S0: stockerB snd
feeders, 3.2f8 6.i; rows and heifers, 82.0U
$ ft0; ralves, 85 OHtjl.25.
HOOH Receipts, estimated at J3,0o0
head; market steady to fx; up; light, 8ft.i
titi.15; mixed. 8.".90ii'VSO; heavy, $.ViV7i.W;
rough, $5 9t8ii41.05; good to choice heavy,
$tl.0cV,i.35; pigs, 64.5O8J5.70; bulk ot sales,
SHEEP AND LAMPS Receipts es
timated at 8,000 head; market, strong;
native. 2 rnk-,,4.10: western, 62.764.10:
yearlings, $4.2iU5.3fi; lambs, native, 6400
fell. SO; western, 84.25fi4i.25.
Kansas Cllr M "lock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Den. 23. (TATTLE Re
ceipts head. Including fifty Southerns;
market, stead v; dressed beef and export
steers, I8.50lill.86; fair to good, $.86ij.60;
western steers, 64.5Oir7.00; Blockers and
feeders,1 84.OtKb41.00; southern steers, 6C6y
8.50; southern cows. 83.00(34.50; native cows,
I2.7r.tlfi 25 native heifers. $4.00rufi.00;; bulls,
$3.4i.mYO0; calves, $4.00477.00.
HOGS Receipts, 8.500 head: market 5o
lower; bulk of sales, $6 8tii4l.20; heavy.
8cl.ir)f(iH.22V8; pookers and butchers, t.WJ
6.221.: lights. $B.7tJ4.l&; pigs, $4.T-t.. V
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, none;
market steady; muttons, 84.rrfiifnl.20; year
lings, $4.00(66.00; wethers, $3,254(8.76; ewes,
tl.ooii&tVO; Blockers and feeders, $2.26'J
St. Louis Live Stock Market.
ST. JXUI9, Pee. 2.1. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 200 head. Including 100 Texans;
market steady; native shipping and ex
Port Bteers, $n.01,i"9.86; dressed beef anil
butcher steers, $5.2M(8.00; steers under
1,000 pounds. 84.00c(8.b5; Blockers and feed
ers, $3,004)0 00; cows and heifers, W-Mt
7. 00; canners, $l.i(3.00; bulls, 63.7&IU&25;
8.'8fIVrF8, 1.geUUT?.e.U, J d J6.gs ftlBU AII11U8II "mtli
$4.OVtf7.0U; cows and heifers, $4.Ui7.00.
HOGS Receipts, 8,800 head; market
strong to 60 higher; pigs and lights, $6ft
Ol2Ci; mixed and butchers, $u.tft4u4.3S;
good heavy, $C.204jiJ.S5.
It. Joseph LIT Stock Market. .
BT. JOBEPH, Mo., Dec. 83. CATTLE
Receipts, 100 head; market, steady ; steers.
$4.60ti.25; cows 1 and hellers, $2.860.60;
calves, $4.00u 7. 25.
HOGS Receipts, 4,600 head; market,
steady to 5c lower; top, $6.30; bulk ot
took In RlHht.
Receipts of live stock at the five prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
cattle, iiogs. eneen.
South Omaha 100 6,700
St. Joseph 100 4.500
Kansaa City 8.500
St. Louis 200 8.20O
Chicago a00 13,000
Omaha liar Market.
OMAHA, Dee. 23,-HAY-No. 1. $12.00;
No. t, 810.50; cosrse. 89.00; packing stork,
$7.00; alfalfa, $14.(8). Straw: Wneat, $6.(8);
rye and oats, $4.60. ' )
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