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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1912.
OFFERED FOR RENT
Haana and Cottages.
RENT DIRECT FROM
FIVB-ROOM cottags, newly papered
lio splendid repair; never been rented
'alwsys used as home; new bath recently
'Installed. The rooms are all large and
;pleasnt. Gas stove and sideboard go
with the house. Lot is 45x145. with nice
lawn and shade trees. Barn can besed
;f or storage. This nice little home will
noVbe vaoant Ions. Call and see It at
N. loth, then phone Web. 3850 for
6-ROOM, part modern house. Til Ulck-
ry St. 'Phone Red 7621.
VACANT October 1. strirtlv madam
'house, 7 rooms, 610 8. 36th Ave..; rent .
!:D. Mclver, Merriam Hotel.
! 674 S. 28th BT. 8 rooms comnletely mod
ern. Hall, m Ramge. D. 7(: A-4406,
EIGHT-ROCkM modern house, barn,
corner lot No. 1102 S. 32d St, 3S.
T'en-roora modern house; barn, cast
. front No. 1122 S. Sid St., JSC
. Nearly new; strictly modern 6-room
ffaeuse. IK N. S7th St, 3Qi
Five-room cottage. 1843 N. 21st St., SIS.
Six-roam house, modern except bath.
No. 1621 8. 29th St, 30. ...
Six-room house; convenient to car line,
'Ko. 967 N. 27th St, $18.
ALFRED C. KENNEDY.
? First National Bank Bldg. Doug. 722.
OIAGGARD VAN AND STORAGE CO..
Iipack, move, store and ship H. H. goods
sua pianos; no charge for return drive
to office. Doug. 1496 or B-248.
TTrtiiooq In " Part of the city.
iiUUirtJS crelgh. Sons 6 Co., Bee Bldg.
3663 Pacific St., 9 rms., all mod., 35.
1128 So. Kth St., 7 r., all mod.. 3d. "
.2M Capitol Ave., 7 r., all mod.. $27.50.,
S37 S. 26th Ave., 6 rms., all mod., 227.80.
2hZi Davenport, 6 rms., all mod., $27.50.
2S61 Bristol. 7 rms.. mod. x. heat. S26.
' 24 So. 20th, 6 r., city water. $20.
, 546 S. 24th Ave., 7-r., mod. ex. heat, $22.50
544 6. 2th Ave., 7 rms., all mod., $22.50.
2420 a 16th, 6-r., mod. ex. heat, $12.50.
m .No, 37th, 5 r.. city water, $15.
li'CAGCE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
1506 Dodge St.
8-ROOM modern house; $25.00 per
month. 3527 Charles St. Also S-room cot
tage, 8532 Hamilton St, $10 per month.
Tel. ID. 776 or D. 1017.
6-ROOM house, strictly modern, hot
water heat, at 21st and Take.
7-room, $17. 2708 Seward St. Doug. 1598.
TEN-ROOM, brick, modern. 2601 Capitol
'408 S. 24TH ST., 8-r. modern flat, $50.
f 410 8. 24th, 8-r. modern flat $50.
f 2210 8. 32d Ave., 8-r.. modern, $35.
1812 N. 25th St., 5-r., modern except
2610 Seward St., 6-r., partly moderr,
' 2915 Sherman Ave., 6-r., modern except
310-312 Brandels Theater.
EIGHT ROOM all modern houss, 4223
Douglas St., $25. 1
,.708 S. 16th St., 3 rooms, $10.
Four-room flats, 2815 Dewey Ave.,
modern except heat, $13.50. ,
Storeroom, 711 S. 27th St., $12.50.
Two-room flat, 709 S. 27th St, $6.
N. P. Dodge, Corner 15th and Harney.
2019 CALIFORNIA ST., 10-r., all mod.,
S610 Jones St., 9-r., all mod.. $30.
842 S. 22d. 7-r all mod., $32.50.
f 1131 N. 17th, S-r second floor, $12.
I 1008 S. 22d, 5-r., upstairs, all mod., $1S.
1109 S. 27th. 8-r mod. ex. heat, $20.
2811 Charles, 7-r., city water, sewer and
gas, $14. - -
3117 Ohio St., 6-r., mod. ex. heat, $17.
1608 Corby St., 6-r., mod. ex. heat, $17.50,
BIRKETT & TEBBENS,
V423 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas 4751.
CATHEDRAL district, S6?3 Burt, 10-r.,
modern, $50. Creigh, Sons & Co.
' THREE blocks from court house, 6
iroom cottage, modern except furnace. 709
i. 19th. Douglas 7158.
, stores aad Offices.
FOR RENT Offices In Pullman Bldg,,
next to Burlington station. Doug. 1616.
: DESIRABLE OFFICES, in Continental
, Half suite on second floor, $22.50. V'
Full suite on third floor, $30.00. ,
ALFRED C. KENNEDY.
209 First National Bank Bldg.
Telephone Douglas 722.
M'CAGUE BLDG., 15TH AND DODGE.
Attractive offices; moderate prices.
APPLY OMAHA LOAN AND BUILDING
$20-4234 Hamilton. Doug. 1598.
STORE ROOM or chop, IK Farnam;
steam heated; fronting alley: merchan
dise entrance; full glass front Hall, 43J
Ramge D. 7406. Ind A-4406.
OFFICE FOR RENT.
Fine rooms on the 2d floor of the
Wlthnell block. See us about these.
N. P. DODGE, Corner 15th and Harney.
WAREHOUSE or store, 1309 Howard
St., 8 stores, steam heat freight elevator.
N. P. DODGE, Corner 15th and Harney.
OFFERED FOR SALE
Baseburner, hotel range, vurn. t3S N. 24,
MASSAGE ratments. Fifteen years
.uakwauu experience. Twelve years
In Omaha. $2.00 hotels and resl'lcnces.
$100 at the office. Call D. Stil Res. D 3427.
I REAL ESTATE
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.
WANTED The addresa or Charles Mc
Coy and Wheeler McClure. who were em
ployed by J. J. Hurt 52d and L St.,
South Omaha. Neb., in October, 1907. O
YOUNG women coming to Omaha as
strangers are invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association building
at 17th and St Mary's Avs., where the
will be directed to suitable boarding
places, or otherwise assisted. Look tot
our travelers' aid at the Union station.
FREE treatment, diseases of woman
and children under professors' supervision
1 to 2:30 dally. Crelghton College of Medi
cine. 14th and Davenport,
63-DAY BLOOD REMEDY.
Bexten Pharmacy. 12th and Dodge.
Allen of Chicago. 1C9 3. 17th. 1st fl. D. 7665.
BATHS, Swedish massage, Mrs. Snyder,
No. 3, The Dunsany. 10th & Pierce. li.m
MAGNETIC hesling, over 710 a 16 1 a.
MASSAGE Expert treatment. Mrs.
aLaooauL 6teele 20s 8. Uth 8t. R. 3
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
Screenings, $1.60 per 100. Wagner, 801 N. 16
One Three-Room Bungalow
One Equr-Room Bungalow
- - v
Both new and attractive Inside and out
City water,' electric lights, cemented
rbasement and cement walks. Each
property has a good-slsed tot; also dandy
chicken house and yard, enclosed with a
high woven wire fence.
Either property can be bought on
small payment down, balance like rent.
The four-room bungalow is $1,750, the
three-room bungalow $1,500. They art
both ready to move Into. Close to good
car service, fine school, stores, etc.
SCOTT & HILL,
ENGLISH Toy Spaniel; beautiful house
pet; reasonable. Address, Kennels,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. i.
Wead, Wead Bldg., IStIt and Farnam.
OARV fW RRHS Loans, $600 and up.
"vuw imaha Nat
vat' I Ban.
CITY LOANS. Bemls-Cai lberg
Co., 810-$12 LrandeU Tneater Btuv
LOANS on farms and improved city
property, 6 pet. to 6 pet. ; no delay. 3. H.
Dumont & Son, 1603 Farnam rft, Omaha.
LARGE loans our specialty. Stull ttroi.
OMAHA homes. East Nebrsska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1016 Omaha Natl. Doug. 2151
MONKY to :aan on business or rei
dence propertlw, $1,000 to "0,00it. W. H.
THOMAS, 603 First Nat'l bank Bldg.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co
WANTEo City loans and warrants.
Vv. Farnam Smith & Co., lS2u Farnam at.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Eighty
acres in the best county in the state.
What have you 7 Address Room 626, Little
mag., Lincoln, Neb.
FOR SALE or trade. Newspaper and
Job printing plant. Courier, Minden, Neb.
FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR LAND
Splendid general mercantile business in
eastern Colorado; stock neariy new; will
Invoice about $8,000; did $50,000 cash busi
ness this year. Good live town and large
territory to draw from, write "
Omaha Daily Bee.
FARM LAND FOR AUTOMOBILE.
320 acres, 5" miles from railroad, hi milt
from school, good soil, worth $25 per
acre, title clear. Will trade for gooa
automooiie ana 3,&w in casn. uwner a
criple and cannot farm, but wants a
car. Loup Land Co., Seneca,' Neb.
GOOD, new city property for running
stock of merchandise. G 750, Bee.
FOR EXCHANGE 75-barrel grist mill
and large brick residence, both at Ash
land, Neb.; will trade them together or
singly; stock of merchandise or Lincoln
property, preferred. Purchaser will have
to furnish power tor mill, otherwise it is
in good running order. J. H. Sneil, Lin
coln. House phone 6379; office phone B-
WANTED XO ltUY
Household gds, clohes & shyes. Doug. 3371
T fYF second-liana Household goods.
Tel. S. ,777.
DOT.GOFF 2d-hd. store Days biggest
prices for furniture, clothes, shoes. W. 1607
REAL ESTATE WANTED
TO sell your property list it with ths
O'NEIL R. E. & INS.. AGENCY.
-.- Tyler 1024. 1505 Farnam St
. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
Reed Abstract Co.,' oldest abstract ov
ice in Nebraska. 206 Brandels Theater.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE,
P $500 CASH buys my modern home, oak
finish, 4 bedrooms, Built-in DooKcase, fire
place, paneled wans, large iiooreu muc,
screens and storm windows, 50 ft, lot.
TTnuRfi onlv 2 years old. Located 2 blocks
to car. Dundee. Price $4,000. Call owner,
BARGAINS FOR CASH.
6-ROOM. modern- bungalow; hot water
heat; east front; large lot; all improve
ments In; near school, owner, H 748. Bee.
Balance like rent; has 5 rooms, all mod
ern except heat; full basement fun lot
and cement walks; one and one-half
blocks from car. 1
".TRAVER8 BROS., s
Contractors and Builders.
. 705 New Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
307 McCague Bldg.
BUY a home, $1.00 down. Shopen Co.
ON AND AFTER OCTOBER 1ST, 1912.
THE RATE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS
IN THIS CLASSIFICATION WILL BE
t CENTS A LINE EACH INSERTION. .
v ACREAGK FOR SALE.
A. R Tukey & Son
60 Acres Beautiful
Land West of Elm
We offer for a few days only, 60 acres
of land west of Elmwood Park and south
of Leavenworth St. Th1i is a part of the
late J. M. Woolworth homestead; 20 acres
have never been broken. About 40 acres
in alfalfa. Beautiful viewy overlooking
Fair Acres, Dundee and the whole valley
south of Elmwood Park. This would
make one of the finest additions ever
platted around Omaha, and the price at
which we can sell it to an individual or
syndicate Is only $275 per acre. The owner
wishes to seit it )n tone body and wants
practically all cash.
A. P.iTukey & Son
444-5Bd. of Trade Bldg, Phone Doug. 2187.
FARM RAKCH LAST!) FOR alb
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA.
Traversed by the
- Lands adapted to the widest rang of
crop.. All the money crops of the south
plentifully produced. For literature treat
Ing with this coming country, Its soil,
climate, cnuicli and school advantage,
. W. B. LEAHY DEPT. K..
General Passenger Agent.
FOR ' SALE 20-acres of apples a.id
prunes at New Plymouth, " Idaho. This
year's apple crop estimated at 3.000 boxes
goes with land. Small payment down,
long time on balance. w. E. Bail, Em
FOR SALE 200 acres, 70 miles east of
Chicago; good black land; 90 acres In
crop, balance woods and meadow; corn
growing now will make 60 bu. per acre;
oats threshed 61 bu.; 20 acres of onions
now growing will produce 700 bu. per tartr,
new buildings; H mile .school, 2 miles
town, 6 miles county seat; price, $60 per
acre If taken at once; ft cash, balance to
suit. No trade. I am owner. Lee M.
Ransbottom, Knox, Ind.
SALE of lease of 14 acres for 3 years
near Benson, 4 acres in .corn, balance
In hay. Also 2 head of horses, 2 wagons
and a buggy, 1 set of work harness and
1 set driving and about 20 chickens.
Phone Benson 714 W.
, HOUSEHOLD goods and ptana. 4032
(Cuming St '
. TYPEWRITER for rent. 3 months $5.
CENTRAL TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE.
RENT from the manufacturers direct,
! No. S Oliver typewriter, 3 months,- $100.
'Phone Douglas 2919. The Oliver Type
. writer company.
Electric pianos. Continental Nov. 119 N. IS.
. FOR SALE Cheap, a $1,000 Windsor
'Electric Piano, orchestra attachment.
Can be seen at 119 No. 15th St.
$5.00 COAL It's good; try a ton. Best
for money. Web. 848. Harmon & Weeth.
FOR SALE New and second-hand
carom and pocket billiard tables and,
bowling aueys ana accessories; oar nx
, lures of all kinds; easy payments. The
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co.. 407-409 9.
WE WILL deliver during month of Sep
tember only, large load kindling wood,
$3.00. National Box Co. Harney 1476.
ARAT?AATM 'or some young law-CAIW-aAil
yer; 1 series of law
books of 12 volumes, 1 of 10 volumes. Law
Dictionary, Hale on Torts, Cooley on
Torts, Clark's Criminal Law Book; will
sell for $20, worth $45; good as new. A. J.
Knott, 4016 N. 26th St. web.
We have two of these, one at 18th and
Laird, the other at 22d and Fowler, both
being In fine locations. Downstairs fin
ished in oak, except kitchen; upstairs In
pine, with two panel birch doors. Both
bungalows are entirely modern, Just re
cently finished and are now ready to oc
cupy. The floor plan is excellent, having
good-sized vestibule, a fine den (or bed
room), large parlor, dining room and
kitchen, with pantry and entry-way
downstairs, two splendid sleeping rooms
and a very complete bathroom upstairs.
Fine cemented basement with coal bin,
laundry facilities and Al guaranteed fur
nace. The 18th and Laird St. bungalow
has beam celling, panelled walls and
plate rail, also built-in buffet In dining
room, with china cupboard and bookcase
in the pedestals between the dining room
and parlor. We are positive these bunga
lows will suit. They are offered for $3,5)0
Leach, on a small payment down, balance
about the same as rent.
SCOTT & HILL,
R307 McCague Bldg.
CADET suit, large size, good condition.
tafes: - all sizes and makes; bargains.
American Supply Co.. 1102-04 Farnam.
DESKS, safes, scales, show cases, shelv.
ing. etc.; see us first Omaha Fixture and
supply Co.. 414-16-1$ S. 12th. Doug. UH
1 11 I
Massage. Mrs. Rlttenhouse 308 Bostoa Bid.
VT A Q3 A rrPSwedisn movement Ap t
MABOAUi 1 Farnam. D.
iNNAH. MARKS "wfi f&
nam. Davidge Block' Apt 3: DotK. 862L
VITAL massage, vital bath. Uit. Anna
D. Fisher, 401 Ware block, 9 S,; 15th.
THE SALVATION ARMY soudts cost
oif clothing; in fact anything yxsri do no;
need. We collect repair and s!il at 13i
N. Uth St for cost of coUectsm, to the
worthy poor. 'Phone Douglas 4l2i an J
wagon will call.
Af SSAGE Expert treatment. Mrs.
MUSIC ART LANGUAGE; PUT AT top
of CLASSIFICATIONS .'. ... ETAON
DENTAL WORK under supervision of
proff3or. No charge except fkr material.
ureignton uouege 01 uenttstryv 210 8. 18th.
YW,lr 17 I was a hcaw Arinitr-
ajuukm-mul averaging . over quart
of whisky dally. Tried m.eny wavs to
leform, but without success Xintll I found
a certain easy method and "was cured in
three days. , Have since sa sd thousands
of other victims of liquor "habit. It can
b.) overcome with or wit out drinker's
knowledge. Interesting bork (tells how)
mailed, plain wrapper, frje, if you cut
tl 1 out and write to Edrpird Woods, 534
Slh Ave.. 153 A. New J York. .
TO BUY. SWLL OR RENT. FIRST SEE
JOHN W. ROBBINS. 1802 FARNAM ST.
320 acres In Edmunds county, South
712 Omaha National Bank Building
A most beautiful strictly modern
Hanscom Park 'v
most fashionable part, at a sacrifice.
Party going to California. $4,200, terms.
DR. WARD. Douglas 33.
,P. S. This place is marvelouslv m-ettv.
with ground in keeping with beauty of
bouse. . j ' . '
West Farnam Lot
East front. 50x160, alley, all specials
paid. $2,500. Terms.
WILL BUILD ON ABOV
$1,000 down on lot, balance $65 monthly,
for home to suit you to cost $4,500 to 4,000.
0'Keefe Real Estate Co.,
101S Omaha National. Phone Douglas 2715.
Evening: Harney 6134 or Harney 2842.
Cash, - balance ' on payments; 9-room
house, furnace, stationary tubs In laun
dry, cellar, modern, lot 40x124, located In
Field Club district. Price only $3,600. Big
, BEMIS-CARLBERG CO. v
310 312 Brandels Theater.
THE eaairst way to find a buyer rot
your farm is to Insert a small' want ad
in the Dea Moines Capital. Largest cir
culation In the state of Iowa, 48.000 dally.
The Capital Is read by and believed la by
tue standpatters of Iowa, who simply re
fuse to permit any other paper In their
homes. Kates, 1 cent a word a day; $1.21
per line per month; count six ordinary
words to the line. Address Dea Motuot
Capital. Des Moines, la.
33 ACRES, 24 miles from postoff ice,
main road. 7-room house, shed barn;
well, spring and timber. Cheap for
cash, terms if wanted. W. F. Patton,
R. F. D. No. fi. Council Bluffs.
FOR SALE 2t8-cre form, Big Sioux
Valley, northwest Iowa, 3 miles from
town. Fine buildings. ' Prize home
place. $130 per acre, Address, F. A.
Keen. Beloit, Iowa.
FOR 8ALE160 acres good tarm land:
40 acres broke, balance ail tillable; I
miles from Dallas and $ miles from
Coiome. Price, $10 per acre, payable
$1,500 cash.' $.',509 March 1. 1913;
March 1, 1917. Address Box U.. Daila4
FOR SALE Welt improved 160-acre
creek bottom farm; one mile Coffeyvllle;
population 13,000: $75 acre. List free. J.
K. Beatty, Coffeyvllle, Kan.
REAL ESTATE I
FAR M A KACH I.4NDS FOR SAI.Ej
686 ACRE farm for sale In Knox Co.
Neb. Owner of said farm operating It
himself, but living in Iowa, therfore
desires to sell said farm. Can be sold
as one or can be divided In two good
farms, one consisting of 326 acres, 10 acres
in cultivation, balance ' In pasture, all
well fenced and an abundance of water
the year round; balance of St acres, good
set of Improvement, splendid feed lots,
140 acres In cultivation. SO acres of tame
grass, balance In pasture and hay land.
win an grow airaira; all well fenced an
abundance of running water the year
round. Purchaser can buy 150 head of
high grade cattle, the same amount of
nogs, complete set of horses and Imple
ments if they so desire, or can buy the
pisce wunout. will carry i2,tw on lanu
at the rate of 6 per cent for five or ten
years. This place In considered to be
the best farm of Its site In that country.
For further information apply to owner,
Soren Olesen. Route 3, Walnut la.
219 ACRES In Douglas , Co., 14 miles
from Omaha, 9 miles from Irvlngtonr
gently rolling and bottom land, well Im
proved. W. H. Thomas. 508 First Nat'l
Bank Bldg., Omaha.
40-BL'SHEL WHEAT LAND, $25 TO $35
Wt have for sale over 90,000 acres of
Cheyenne county, Nebraska's choicest
(arm land, where the crop yields for 12
years, including 1910 and 1911 average
with the best In the state. Alfalfa, also
a leading crop. Better soil, water and
climate cannot be found. Write for full
Information. Agents wanted everywhere.
FL'NDiNOSLAND INVESTMENT CO.,
AM going to Germany and will sell
my 80-acre farm; good, Improved; with
nice grove, adjoining Gothenburg, Neb.;
fine town, with German Lutheran, Eng
lish churches and high school; on the U.
P. railroad; all level land; best deep
black alfalfa soli; cheap at $125 per acre.
Want offer; easy terms; encumbrance,
$6,000. Write soon for description or
come and see the farm. This farm is
leased to March 1, 1913. Address Box 144,
830 ACRES hay land on Elkhorn river.
Depot in center of land. Can be used for
general purposes. Well Improved Posses
sion this fall. Must sell In ten days.
Price $G0 per acre one-third cash, five
and ten years on deferred payments at
5 per vent. Apply to M. Lyons, Emmet
OKLAHOMA, ARKANSAS AND
LOUISIANA FARMS FOR SAIJS.
Farms for sale in 40-acre tracts and up;
easy terms; write for literature, on statt
desired: we are owners, not agents; we
have 15.000 acres in Oklahoma, 10,000 acres
In Arkansas and 4.000 acres of rich Red
river bottom land In Louisiana; tenants
wanted who can farm 820 acres or more
of our lunds In Louisiana; agents wanted
Address Alien St Hart, 308 Commerce
Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
A CHOICE quarter section, two and
one-half miles from county seat; lays
1'ivel, Is good soli and has large grove:
ninety acres In cultivation. This culti
vated land Is all sown to winter wheat
and will let the crop go with the place If
nld within the next thirty days. Price.
$66.00 per acre; easy terms. F. J. Dishner,
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
Ship live tock to South Omaha, Save
nlleafe and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
Live Stock Commission Merchants,
BYERS BROS. & CO. Strong, reliable.
CLIFTON Com. Co . SfJ Exchange Bldg.
Knyder-Malone-Coffman Co.. 16 Ex. BldgT
LAVERTY BROS.. 139 Sxcuang Bldg.
Martin Bros, ft Co., Exchange Bldg.
TAFT BUCKING TREACHERY
Chautauqua Speaker Sayi President's
Fight is Against Prejudice Only.
ROOSEVELT THE CAUSE OF IT
.i 1 , ., "
People. Know Situation Better Xorv
and Roosevelt Followers Go Back
to Republican Standard .
Write for our Minnesota booklet "C;"
DAY & NIGHT REALTY CO..
103 Bankers Life Bldg.,
v Lincoln. Neb.
IfflU KAT.tf 141 U.. fin.
grazing land', fenced three wires; dwell-
nir fl ml il 1 1 hll i 1 1 f I T. tra 1 , M ( naAa ...... U
' . w.-k,od , .vv uvi w-i vail uq
larmed: plenty water. Six miles north
Ta,. J r- .. x it . .
Also 51 higo grade Hereford cows and
onlVMt tWn rsecistcytvwt ).VaBf.nli. Ki i ,
Cattie'not tor sale separately. For further
jjtuuuui&rs auaresB v.. w, ttogera, fiu
t LT O Xt 4Vt t n ml '
uoiv, iic.o., iuvn du
CAREY LANDS OPEN TO ENTRY-
Vis II or Mnntana nmift TPi
payments. Irrigation system practically
rnmrilMMl h'nrtv 1 nnu.anil ...p..
gated this year. Grain yields double dry
tarm crops. Write (Jliuton, Hunt s Co.,
bo& i, vaiier, Montana.
, Aorta Dakota.
NORTH DAtfOTA T.vnM
deeded quarters must be sold In SO days.
ror xurtner information write Dakota
Bauare Deal Land Co., Minot, N. D.
FOR SALE Eighty acres lolnlnar dlv nt
Gregory; t5 acres broke, with growing
crop; nigh school building two blocks
from this land; this land grows fine al
falfa; am moving away to take charge
of an institute and will offer this at a
bargain. Dr. E. T. Spencer Gregory, H. D.
FOR HALE-160 acres of fine land lo.
cated 4'4- miles from Holt, Minn., Mar
shall Co.. destined to be the uxiltn arnt
of Minnesota; along high graded road.
m:iiuui jiuuse vii uliiu, bu acres DroKe, alt
tillable, black loam clay subsoil. Prir
WAX). Terms. Merchants State Bank.
CHEAP patented state school lands.
South Texas, 1 an acre cash, balance
ten years. For all particulars write F.
A. Coonable, trustee, 484 Commercial
Bank Bid),., Houston, Tex. -
"Prejudice created by Theodore Roose
velt's treacherous conduct is the only
difficulty which must be faced by1 Presi
dent Taft Just now," said Dr. 3. Everlst
Cathell, Chautauqua lecturer, who has
Just finished a seven-day western tour.
Dr. Cathell for fifteen years was pastor
of the St. Pau's Episcopal church at Des
Moines. He is In Omaha waiting to start
on another long tour. " ' , '
"This nation' can have nothing but hu
man beings for presidential material, and
there are no perfect men," continued Dr.
Cathell. "However, in "my opinion,
William Howard Taft more nearly fulfills
the highest Ideal of American statesman
ship than any other man tn public life
today. He is merely in a political tangle
made by Roosevelt, but he will surely ex
tricate himself. Roosevelt had the world
at his feet Just before the national con
vention at Chicago, but he lost his mln1
and then his reputation, and when he
found himself stripped he attempted to
drag President Taft down with him.
"My only objection to Woodrow Wilson
as presidential material Is that he Is Inex
perienced In public work, despite his term
In the governor's office.
"Any way the fight Is settled, however,
I am sure that the American nation will
survive the election. The prosperity of
the country was never so indifferent to a
presidential campaign as It is now, and
with bumper crops staring us In the face
from all parts of the country the political
kettle's boiling causes but small worry.
"I have traveled all over the west dur
ing the last three months, and while at
first I found a mad, Irrational "bully-boy'
sentiment for Roosevelt, toward the latter
part of my trip I discovered that a deep
seated reaction had set In and both the
people and press were turning from
Roosevelt to Taft. The 'bull moosers,' I
think, are already heartily sick of their
adventure In politics, as the people now
understand the real situation much better
than they did when the convention at
Chicago gave the nomination to Taft.'
Persistent Advertising Is tne Road to
The Persistent and Judicious L'se of
Newspaper Advertising is the Road to
Iowa News Note.
LENOX Work on the new Burlington
depot at Len started the last week.
The building will be of brick veneered
with face brick and will be 64x22.
PRESCOTT The Prescott Argus print
ing plant has been old by Editor Booth
to Earl Howard of Maryvllie,. Mo.,, who
has moved to Prescott and will take
charge of the plant. Mr. Booth expects
to locate at Elliott.
CRESTON Miss Beatrice Armitage and
Ralph Deraluff of this city were united
In marriage Friday evening by the Rev.
George Kortelllng, pastor of the Presby
terian church. Miss Armitage has been
stenographer for her father, County At
torney Armitage, for the last four years,
CRESTON The August term of district
court closed Saturday afternoon. Al
Ballinger, charged with assault and bat
tery on his wife, pleaded guilty and was
sentenced to one year In the reformatory
at Anamosa. This was the limit 'the law
allows for this offense. In sentencing
him Judge Maxwell told Mm he thought
It ought to be for forty years, but as the
law only allowed one year he was getting
CRESTON-J. M. Turner of this city
has on exhibit in one of the business
houses a stalk of corn twelve and one
half feet tall after being cut off four
Inches at the roots. The first ear is
seven feet from the. ground and measures
seventeen .inches in length. This stalk
is one from a patch grown on a vacant
lot in the city and Mr. Turner says the
whole patch averages about the sumo
height. The corn was planted aftor
May 20. .
0R0ZC0 HAY BE PRISONER
Six Insurrecto Leaders Held by
1 United States Troops.
DRIVE REBELS FROM EL TIGRE
Mndero Refers In Mesne ve to Con
Kress to American Claims for
Indemnity Followtaa the
Battle of Jnarea.
EL PASO. Tex., Sep 17. Six prisoners
are held by I'nited States troops at Pre
sidio, Tex., opposite OJlnaga. Mex., where
General Trucy Aubert arrived today with
1.600 federal troops. '
Among the prisoners are si) et the ad
visors and principal leaders of General
Paecual Orosco, Jr., the rebel commander-in-chief.
It Is suspected that the person
glvlpg his name as Colonel Pablo G.
Oroico, a distant relative of the rebel
leader, Is the, rebel leader himself.
Among the prisoners positively identi
fied, according to reports to General E.
ZSteever, are Colonel Pascual Orosoo,
father of the. rebel general; Colonel Jose
Cordova, General Oroico s private secre
tary and chief adviser, and Colonel Cris
tobal Caballero, an adviser to the rebel
The rebels routed by federal troops
are moving from east and west along the
border towards vJuars. Mex., opposite
this point, according to advices received
tonight by General Steever.
Federate Rernntnr El Ttstre.
DOUGLAS, Arls., Sept. 1T.-EI Tlgre
one of the richest mining camps In north
ern Mextao, was retaken' by federals at
o'clock this afternoon after having
been in the hands of the rebel band of
Inez Salaxar for two days.
, Telephone communication with the
camp was restored Just as the federal
troops were moving in and Superintendent
L. H. Rudrow telephoned that the rebels
were still in sight, going over the hills.
Not a shot was fired In the recapture of
A hundred federwls, chiefly Yaqtil In
dians, marched Into the town and the
small band of rebels that had remained
to await the reply to the demand for
ilOO.000 ransom took to the hills. Several
hundred additional federals are encamped
in the vicinity of the town.
The rebels are reported to have taken
with them $J0,tl00 worth of gold and silver
News of the relief of El Tlgre was re
ceived here with much rejoicing. There
had been disquieting rumors all day of
mistreatment of Americans by rebels. .
i Madera Heads Message.
MEXICO CITY, Sept. lT.-But one re
ference to relations between Mexico and
the United Statps was made by . Presi
dent Madero In his message tonight to
congress and- that was In connection with
the American claims for idemnlty grow
ing out of the battle of J Hares in 1011
The reason for their remaining unsettled,
lie . informed congress, lay In the exag
Regarding the 120,000,000 war loan made
In June he all that $18,000,000 of the
loan already hnd been expended.
The president declared the revolution
practically was ended and ascribed the
spread of the belief that the government
was weak to a few persona whose
ambitions were unsatisfied In the revolu
tion against Diaz and to certain news
papers which he alleged. had "given false
and exaggerated news."
'Fire' In Glcnwood Store,
GLEN WOOD, la., Sept. 17.-(8pecll )
The Johnson-Harding Jewelry store was
damaged to the extent of It. 000 last
evening during a hard rainstorm by fire
resulting from the Ignition of gas from a
leaking pipe between, the basement and
first floor. Ine damage to fixtures, glass
and stock Is fully covered by Insurance.
, Said to Be Cause of .
KANSAS CITY. Sept. 17.-Forage poison
ing and not cerehro-splnal meningitis is
the disease that has caused such an
enormous loss of horses in Kansas. Thin
is Indicated by results obtuined Iy the
research laboratory of the Kansas uni
Forage poisoning is not contagious the
experts my and the problem now becomes
one of rational feeding and treatment..' ' .
The university specialists say that , the
symptoms of the diseases are similar,
but post mortem examinations of thr
spinal fluids of the horses that have died
with the plague fall td show evidence
of meningitis. j , .
BURLINGTON. la.. Sept. ).-F.ve
horses have died near Burlington in Des
Moines county of tho strange disease
which has taken off thousands of anlmalf
In Nebraska and Kansas. Kt'.ck raisers
are much alarmed over the appearance
of the disease.
Brown Writes to
Taft of Nebraska
CONFERENCE SUSPENDS I
PASTOR LYLES OF LOGAN
BOON E. la., Sept. 17. (Special. )-Th e
committee which has been investigating
the case of Rev. C. S. Lyles, pastor" tt
the Methodist Episcopal church at Logan,
during the present session of the Des
Moines annual conference, reported late
this afternoon. Most of the charges are
sustained and the defendant is found
guilty of "high Imprudence and unmlnis
terlal conduct." The accused minister
has been suspended from the ministry fir
one year, The committee was practically
unanimous In its decision.
The attorneys for- the defendant Imme
diately served notice of appeal and Rev,
Mr. Lyles will not receive appointment
until the case Is cleared up. Ths trial
cost the conference over 1135, and a col
lection was taken to defray the expense.
Maa-nolla Gets Meettas
' LOGAN, Ia., Sept.vlT. (Special.) Latter
Day Saints' campmeeting closes at Ma
nolta this evening, '.svt the business meet
ing-yesterday afternoon It was decided to
hold the reunion at Magnolia next year.
the citizens, of Magnolia were voted a
resolution of thanks for their co-operation
In making the .meetings a success. Reso
lutions were also passed thanking Joseph
Smith, president of the church, for his
kindly ' greetings "arid expressed a hope
that his life ni ght be prolonged for enn
tlnuous usefulness. "'BRICJS
BEVERLY, Mass., Sept. 17,-Presldent
Taft will discuss the political situation in
New York state and the ticket the repub
lican convention Is to name there at s
conference of several hours tn New York
City September S4.
The president is not expected to deter
mine upon a man to head the republican
ticket in New York. There have been
reports in Beverly that he favored Sec
retary of War Henry L. Stlmaon. The
president, it I known, would be pleased
to see the name of his secretary of war
at the head of the New York ticket.
The president told visitors today there
was no ground for the report that .Comp
troller of the Treasury Lawrence O. Mur
ray would be asked to. resign. Mr. 'Taft
said he considered Mr. Murray an effi
cient comptroller and did not believe that
he had displayed any activity Ii politics,
The president, received a letter from
Senator Brown of Nebraska tonight an
nouncing that the republican orgsntzatlon
there Intended to resort to the courts to
take antl-Tsit (lectors off .the state
Men Accaeed of Larceny.
LOGAN, la., Sept. l7.-(8perlal.)-ln-dicted
for larceny, In Jail here And await
ing trial, with the district court of Harri
son county In session, are, among the
serious conditions now confronting ..Jo
seph Moore, George Russell and Charles
Wrinkle, charged with larceny. Moore
and Russell are married men and the
three are said to be over years of ags.
About the middle of last month, these
three men were up ' for beefing a fat
steer In the pasture of John Young, a
rich bachelor of Modale. Theye were let
go on their own recognizance, but when
the matter was brought up by county
offictnls before the grand Jury Moore and
Russell were taken into custody at Blair,
Neb., and Wrlnkje at Corning, Mo., and)
returned to Logan Sunday evening by j
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