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THE OMAIIA DAILY DEE: FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1007.
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OFFERED FOR RENT
IIoiiih ml Ctngre Continued.
TTfMTKVH ' rrt of th nty. i
UUUOLO c Ptr CO., U BM
R.
g.
(16 .
FOR RENT,
-room molorn house, hew furnace, north
part of city, $:.
4 momi In arartment house, city wstr,
ga. 1G23 N. lth Pt . 110.
C. M RACIIMANN.
4.T6 Paxton Block. (L)-4S71
NEW, 7 room, all mortem. f.00. I'd and
Brown. Telephone Maple 2&i. (IS) 434
HOUSES, Insurance. Rlngwalt Barker Btk,
18 939
FOR RENT J-ronm house, 12th and I Sta
W. ej. Frank, $21 Neville Blk. 'Phon
D ; (UD-222 6
Offices,
.flNB large rTtee room, ground1 floor, Ed
I ward Crelghton Inatltuta Bldg.. 210 8. lsth
5 St., opposite city hall. Inqulra building.
y i6-2
ROOM 4. Continental block, and large re
ception rom: very suitable for dentist's
or doctor's office; tower window. Roht
H. Bennett, agent. Room 11, Continental
Bllt (16 M1&0
FOR RENT Iek room In Pea office, city
hall building. 417 N. 26th Bt, South Omaha,
Apply to manager. (15) 134
Stores.
FOR RENT Tha beat located corner
atnra In Omaha, Farnam and 16th
treets. Board of Trade Bldg. See p.
M. Fhilben. Bchlltg Hotel. !) MZI
WIS FARNAM BT., new atore room, mod
ern front, rood basement. $16 per month.
GEORGE Y CO, 1601 Farnnm Ft.
(15)-M184
f" S 87th St., $9 00 per month.
20. Farnam 8t., $12.00 per month.
2S"0 Farnnm Pt., $20 0 per month.
N. P. DODOE tk CO., 1714 FARNAM ST.
(IS) S16
UNEQUALLED chance for druggist In
- block with grocery and meat market
Central, with fixture. Rent moderate.
Bent of chnnc for good rnan In beat
neighborhood.
Laundry rooma with TR-horae power boiler
to run Mini. Apply 220 N. 2Cd fit.
(li) M780
THREE aplemlld modern rooma on ground
floor: rent reaaonable. 1822 Farnam Pt.
(IB) M49
110$ No. lfcth St., near Nlenolae, rent $3)
Der month, llemla. Paxton Blk.
(15) M93S
OFFERED FOR SALE
Fenclnar.
ANCHOR and Iron fencing; wire fencing
0 per foot. 206 N. 17th Kt Tel. Red R14.
- (16)-M5
, Fnrnltare.
CONTENT8 of four-room flat for aala at
a flcr!flc, mutt aell at once. Inquire
or flat 2. Wrteht bloc. 18'h and Chlcaso
Eta. (10-M934
FOLDINO LOUNGE, muat be sold at
. once, lloom 613, Bee Uldg.
(la)-M271 llx
OAK FOLDING BEDS and other furni
ture, coiamenclng April 4. for three days
only. Addreaa L 42, Bee. (16) M194
FURNITURE for aale at once during day
at 2811 Browne; moving away.
. 16)-141 Sx
FOR 8ALE Furniture buslneas at a bar
gain. Owner leaving city. . 721 N. 16th 8c
. (16) M80 I
riaaea. Organa, Maatoal Imaf rameata.
THHj' smallest piano lu tha west at th
Chicago Furniture Co. We also have the
htgheat grade second hand furniture at
mall prices. 141$ Dodg St. Tel. Douglas
4iik7. (1)-M7bl A20
VINB Chlckerlng upright plahp, $; Singer
sewing mcrchlne, $8; halltree, VI: bookoase.
fa. Party leaving city, tia.is. x.
. - U6)-M2M I
FOR BALK A ' good Fmerson .upright
piano, at a sacrlflce. Apply 2418 Hamll-
TE3ER PL NO CHEAP FOR CASH. $1$
CAOUB 1ILIX1, CU M(K AT
two ORGANS ONE $5, ONE $38. $U
M'CAOUE BLDO. tUOMtSl A7
FOR BEST value poaalbla In high grade
. pianos, high grade tuning and repairing,
aee itusn & oerca tnano co., duv w. u. vv
IMdg. Tel. Doug. 6374. (16) MTTT A30
STOP ! !
And take notice of our special lint of
slightly used pianos and organ n. Everyone
fully guaranteed and a genuine Bargain.
7V to $1 per week will bring one to your
borne.
Kimball, roaewood case $ 75
Arlon. oottage upright T... 100
Chlckerlng aV Sons, roaewood case 125
B.nger, maiiogany caae 10
Opera Piano, oak case 17i
Voh Bona, cabinet grand 24
$700 Stelnway 4k Sons, only . god
bquare plaaoa and organs, all makes, $lft,
WJ ana up.
Call or writs for complete barsaln list,
We move, store, tune and repair pianos, la
our piano factory Coo oniy on In Ne
braska.
SCHM0LLER
MUELLER
PIANO CO.
&
1311 and 131$ Farnam St. -Telephone
Douglas Its.
(ID M871
traewrlttri $wlag Kmchlaea.
OJfB Pemlngton typewriter. No. 1 In good
. condition, for sals cheap. Call at Bs
gltw TirKwKl TJc-rt, good as new, $3S. Ml
ruua M-a. (16)
Mlaacllanaoaa.
8ECOND-HAND AUTOMOBILKA
l$0 Thomai Flyer, 40-H.-P., full euulpment
cost now
JSOo Pope Toledo, Type 7, top and full
equipment; coai aa, n, now ii,.ui
11H f(o. used W mile; coot II,. '6. now tl.OO
Uej Reo, top and full equipment; coat $1.36
nuw ivjv.
19"4 Whit Steamer; coat $2,500. now $7n0.
Idu4 Ford, 16-H.-P.; cost $1.1d0. now r.Xii.
Pope-Waverly Klec-trlc runabout. 1400 up.
DKRIGHT AUTOMOBILE COMPANY,
IMS Farnam 6t.
(16) MW
Butcher' refrigerators on hand, lioa Doug
, (16) M163 JSx
BiiND us your mah orders for drus
freight pal on $10 lota. Myers-Dllloo
, prui vo., umana. U6 4
HALL'S safes, new, 2d-hand. Ull Farnam.
(lb)
FEW bargatna In IJ-hand aotla foiintslna:
monthly paymenta. Derlght, 181$ Farnrn.
Uk SS
FOR SALE Two seta of blackamtT
tool, including S-h. p. Weber gaaolin
engine, miaiimg ana punaya; une -
f of woodwork (
i Armstrong, 62$
of woodwork tool and tock. C. C,
4th Bt., Council Bluff,
tli Ml!l yx
." GAS' AND FXECTRIO
' ; FIXTURES
WHOLESAIaE and retail
Ws furolah estimates. If you are goln
to build, write lor catalogue.
BUJIQESS-GBAUDEN CO.,
Ill (L Itth. 'Phone Doug 681.
(It) Jl$i
FOR gALE Two National cash reylatere,
oris tutal adder; alao ulc Hue tf atore
. flxturae. Ulobe Laud and lnveimnt Co.
Patttrkon illuuk. (16 6e
FOR BAL-Collect'oc of fins old violins."
Inoludiug Viola and 'Cello. Violin
fitUu.w, lit Witiiuell building.
(14) M783 AW
k 6HKRWIN WILLIAMS CO., beT mixed
$Uit bUTUi.a ioCuiu Drug Co.
OFFERED FOR SALE
Mleeella aeons Coalltstl.
GARDEN and field seeds, fruit parknge,
bee keeperV supplies. Younkermxn 8"ed
Co., Council BluTa. Ia. (18 ;nS
MILLET SEED. A. W. Wagner, fmi N. 1ith.
CHOICE CVRRANT PLANTS f r r. B.
C. Bnilth, 3K Corby St. lt lx Jlx
A CLFAN MAW tock of general mer
chandise at 5 renta on the doller: fine
"location; will bare rloaeat lnpecion;
owner moving away. Address Y 76. care
Omaha Bee. , (16)-571
COAT, Good burning; I bafkets 3Rc; 6 for II,
delivered. Rosenblatt. Phons Io:ig. 418.
tlt.J 614
BIXDT machines, all kinds; also silver plat
ing and picture machines, .larl, 71? 8 Wth.
1)-M2 A30x
ONE Bartholomew peanut roaster: good
aa new; will "ell for hnlf juice If Bold
Immediately. Write owner. Box 6, Bcotla,
Neb. (1 674 6x
FOR SALE Jewel gasoline Move; boy's
wneei. nearly new; early onio seed. DO'
la toes, inquire z&if Manacrmn,
(16)-M878 At
SNAP Rldnath's History of the World.
I'.neyclopaecila Brltannlra, international
Encyclopaedia: amiill monthly payment.
Webster's l.'nabrMged $10 Dictionary, full
leather, only H.?S. B. B. lioberts, Ml
Paxton Bldg.. Omiiha. (16) M814 A30
MEN'S Ramhler and boys' Ideal bicycles:
meven a rtn. vt incnoster snntgun and
complete htihtlng suit, very cheap. tilers,
2024 Webater. (16 MM1 8x
TREES, shrubs, rone, llascl Hell Nur-
eery, 24th and Plnkney. Tel. Web. TifA
. (ll)-lll Jl
PATENTS
D.
chine doslgner. Paxton Blk. Tef. Rod 7117.
117) 1SJ All
Larson t Co., book free. Bee-Bid
: m
17
PERSONAL
C1TT STEAM LAUNDRY Shirts preased.
v, Um ol. xei. uoug. 264.
' (18) 961
8EWINO machine rented, any make. TRo
Qr ii pw monio. second-
hand machlnea for aale, $6 oo and lip.
Neb. Cycle Co.. 16th and Harney
(18)-KI
rH,E.u?At,VATION ARMT aollclta caatoff
tiuiii.nB, m i act, anytning vou do B"t
need j we collect, repair and sell, at 114 N.
Lth St., 'or coat of collecting, to the
worthy poor. Call 'Phona Imug. 4135 and
wagon will nail. (M all
L E AT I N G Buumf; hing.
Dyeing and cleaning, Sponging and shrink
ing, only so Der yard. Bend for nrtan lut
and aamplea.
GOLDMAN PLEATING CO.,
to Douglas Block. Tel. Douglas mi
(IS) 05.
JOHN CANE IS IN TOWN!
Now is the time to trim trees, trellaes and
!et.r
rape vines; also landscape gardening.
Red 6405. Rea. 1101 3. Jnth Ave.
(18) M406 A26
BTR1NGE8, rubber goods, by mailt out
price; ena ror Tree catalogue. Myer
Dillon Drug Co.. Omaha, OH) &6
PRIVATE CONFINEMENT HOME-Mrs.
Dr. King. 2018 N. 81st St Tel. Doug. 8563.
(J8) 968
MA S!a CiV. Bodlsh movement. 410 If.
Mthi room 2, 8e001
second floor.
(18) Mll )3
MAGNETIO 'ment and bath. Mm
in nuituixv; Smith, in m imh a n.-m
'(18) U
ARE you going to New, York? I can savs
you ru per cent on your hotel bill at a riret
class downtown hotel. Address N-S6I. Bee.
(1&) M264
FOR anything In tha sewing machine Una
go to i'. jsk louman Co., 1014 cap. Ave.
(18) 246 All
OMAHA
Stammerers'
Institute. Ramgs
08-i6f
Blag.
PEMNELL Millinery Co., $ N. 19th St.
' (18) 678 June T
THE healing household remedy, Satin akla
cream, anouiq a:waya te hndy. stc. u
REAL ESTATE
CITY PHOFKRTY FOR IALB.
FOR SALE
' On 80th Ave., near Pacific.,
13-room house, reception hall,
parlor, back parlor and li
brary, large dlnlna; room 16x28,
five bed rooms and large store
room; lot 100 feet front; owner
anxious to sell, wants offer.
The Bvron Reed Co.,
'Phona Dtmglas 97,
211 8. 14th St.
(1) M188 I
Buy Acres
In Florence Heights
We are offering this desirable
urburban property, which Is '
located about 7 blocks N. W.
from tha snd of the street car
line in Florence, In tracts of
from 8 to 10 acres, at prices
ranging from $240 to $300 per
acre, according to location.
Florence Heights Is an Ideal
place for suburban homes,
commanding - a magnificent
view of the river, lakea, cities
and surrounding country, and
affords its cltlsens the advan
tage of a So street car fare to
and from pmaua. eleotrlc light,
telephone aervlce to Omaha
without extra charge, excellent
school, t grades, and free de
livery of goods from Florenca
stores.
Call at our - office and get ,
plats showing prices and de
tailed information regarding
this property and then look at
It at once, aa several of the
beat sites are still "unsold.
Terms,. h cash, balance at
per cent.
GEORGE A CO.. 1801 FARNAM ST.,
Exclusive Agents.
1)-108 I
CITY LOTS, Vo EACH
West of Fort Omaha and 'Sfith St , whole
acre lot, each one equal to & cliy lota You
ran uuy in ior on payments, lei.
W T. GRAHAM, 604 BEE3 BLDG.
(19)-1S0 t
SOUTH SIDE HOME
1934 8. 15th Bt, 6-room new houae, modem
exct-pt heat, very pleaaanl and quiet place
for IWing, cluse to car and u to tuwn.
Krnts fur $M. Well worth the prtco, $i,27&.
Vl N. Y. Lite. Phone Doug 747.
n;)-C7 1
FOR RENT OR BALE 7-room house, Urge,
airy rooma, freaiily papered, Jui clenuad'
trtctly modern, hot Witter heat, c'ail In
iornoon ana look u ovrr. t. : II owe.
r.iw u. cv., Duuia iiiajie. tiyi sua S
FOR BALE Two modern Mouses snd larxs
baro. one blm k Forth of H-ii'ix ,j,n park;
paved atreet. east front. lot '.ixljci. Lest-
iu owner will 11 at a barxala
THOMAS VRRNNAN."
xuuoi 1 M, I. J. bldg .
tU-U
REAL ESTATE
CITT PROPERTY FOR gALE.
(Continued.)
Good Home Cneao
Close In
H.600 for 719 8. th Ave., well
built 8-room modern house, ex
cellent condition throughout,
oak finish first floor, large
kitchen, up-to-date In every re
spect, built for a home, nearly
new, only H blook from street
car and ten minutes'., walk .
from 16th and Howard Sts.
Owner offered $46 per month
rent. Bee it at once, but do not
bother occupants without ar
ranging with us.
GEORGE CO., 1601 FARNAM ST.
0 107 4
TRACKAGE LEASE
FOB SALE
We have a four-year lease
on good trackage property,
clone In, for sale at a reaaoa
able price.
PAYNE, i BOSTWICK & CO.,
Sixth Floor N. T. Life Bldg.
0) M1IW 10
ANOTHER BARGAIN
We have sold the N. B. corner of 20th
and Mandmreon St a and now offer the 8.
11 corner, 140 feet On Manderaon, 80 feet on
20th 8t Boulevard and 80 feet on 19th St,
only $1,500, Just the place to build 4 bouses.
J. n. DUMONT & SON,
806-4 N. Y. Mf Bldg.
(19)-41i S
THIS "WILL GO QUICK
2436 Franklin, a 7-room house, south
front, cement cellar, gas, city
water, bath, permanent walks,
front and side, paved street, pave
ment paid. It wftl tak. $1,200 to
handle this. If looking for a home
let us show this.
TURRELL & CO.,
17th and Farnam.
TEL. DOUG. 1129.
(19) M24S I
V'r1 cunTn'g st ""pr'oe
$2, SOU.
Kajry terms.
City Savings Bank, 16th and Douglas.
. (1M-Z18
" $2400.00
Eight-room house, modern except
furnace, on Cuming street car line,
pavement paid, has barn, now
rented for $26, good for a home or
an Investment
TURRELL & CO.,
17th and Farnam.
TEL. DOUG. 11.
C8) M248 I
Close in Cottage
and Large Lot
64 feet, aast front on 26th
Bt between 'Harney and Bt
Mary's Ave., only 10 blocks
from Bennett's; all paving and
special taxes paid; some good
shade trees. On the rear - of
the lot la a 8-room old oot
. tags with modern conven
iences. Including furnace.
Rental value aa It stands $300
per year. This la a splendid
place for - a row - of bricks.
Tha ground vacant Is worth
$60 per foot, or $3,800. Can
sell cottage and all for $3,800.
Best Residence Lots
Call for a plat of block 1.
Bulphur Springs addition;
lots $560 to $600, on bluff tract
exposition grounds; nothing
else so good at the prloe.
Harrison & Morton
811 N. T. Ufa.
Tel. $11
(19)-22S 4
Two Sold; Two Left
We have sold to an Investor two of
the four 6-room houues In Bemig Park I
district, advertised last week. The
other two are modern, except, furnace,
east fronts, on car line, paved street,
permanent walks. Prices, $2,800 and
$2,260. They are good values at these
prices. Terms cash, but we can secure
loans for purchasers, If desired.
- ' ' r
J. II. DUMONT & SON, v
805-6 N. Y. Life Bldg.
(1B)-J24
FARNAM ST. PROPERTY
Full-slsed business lot 84x131 to twenty-
foot alley, on north side Farnam, east of
14th; Improved with three three-story brick
fiats, paying a fair return on tha Invest
ment. Hss a future, ws think. Can offer
It for a short time at $21,000.
Harrison & Morton
aa K8
Williamson Co. u-fctB&l?
(18)-M0
VACANT
Weet front on 25th Ave., near
Spencer, nicely terraced, perm,
aneot walka, city water and
sewer, 800.
Also east front same loca
tion, facing two streets, $ii:
terms $j0 cssh, balance $10
month; per cent.
Bouth front on Fowler Av
toxins, weat of Florence boule
vard. 8&M.
Seven acres near Itth and
Urand Ave., will make 82 full
lots. 82..
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
U20 Farnam 8C
Pouglaa losi.
(l-Mlaa I
. REAL ESTATE
CITT PROPfCSITT FOR 8AIB
(Continued.)
BIG SNAP
Ten-room modern houaa; rents for
$40 per month; 1701 Dodge St.; a Une
corner lot, 45x85. Price $1,900. See
tia at once. Don't bother tenants, we
will show you through.
J. KENDIS & SON,
641 Paxton Block. Tel. Douglas 6477.
(19) 158 6
GOOD HOMES
149 N. Slat Avs., one of the
' prettiest streets In the Wert
Farnam district, corner lot.
both streets paved and all
paid for, practically new
8-room house, beautifully fin
ished, built by. owner for a
home,
2318 Mason St., 8-room house,
all modern except heat, easy
walking distance, only $3,160.
S-room cottage home, with
hard oil finish, porcelain bath,
toilet and wash basin, city wa
ter, nearly new; price, $1,160;
$300 cash, the balance monthly.
This Is a bargain.
2C32 S. 9th St., 9-room house,
all modern except furnace,
with a 60-foot lot, well lo
cated, one block from Farnam
car.
8840 Beward St. good t-story
9-room house, hard oil finish,
all' modern except furnace,
mantel and gratej bam, fine
shade, screens and storm sash,
permanent walks; only $2,800.
PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO.,
Sixth Floor N. Y. Ufa Bldg.
(1 219
HOME CLOSE IN
3634 Caldwell, 6-room house, and bath,
modern except heat lot 60x127, south
front lawn, shade and fruit trees,
grape arbor, barn, paved street,
everything a ' home needs.
TURRELL & CO., '
17th and Farnam.
TEL, DOUG. 1129.
(1S)-M244 (
ON 25TII ST., NEAR DAVEN-
PORT ST.
f
A neat 4-room cottage, gas,
city water, sewer, closet, east
front This Is a fine property,
would be a good location for
Rats. Price, $2,000 quick sale.
O'Keefe Real Estate Co.,
1001 N. T. I Bldg. "Phone D $151
09)-228 7
$250 AND UP
DON'T BUY A LOT UNTIL YOU SEE
' One of those finest of all sub- " '
urban building sites; over 40
choloe lota from which to
select; only S blocks south of
Benson business center and
Military Ave. car line. Wa
can make terms to suit Call
. or .'phone Douglas 857 and we
. will meet you on the ground.
Russell & McKitrick Co.,
Bole Agnnta,
433-4 Ramge Bldg.,
Fifteenth and Harney Bis.
(19)-isf
Big Snap for Quick Sal
Lot on 85th and Blondo, east front. 77x
120. 8750. Also lots fronting north and
south on Blondo, between 26th and 27th, $10
per front loot -rnone uougiaa 6W.
tta.oi.iB, rax ion biock.
09) U.
ACREAGE BARGAIN
SI Kta over 1$ acres, only $1,800, with small
nous neeoing some repairs; a acres) renced
In pasture; balance la very best soli.
10 to 16 aorea, only 7 block from South
Omaha car line; 8&0 per acre.
I. CONNER.
232 Nov Ills Blk.
08)-M24
$4500.00
Two 11 -room houses, entirely mod
ern, large lot .east front, three
blocks from oar, rented for 126
each, always occupied. A splendid
Investment Sea us about this.
TURRELL & CO.,
17th and Farnam.
TEL. DOUO. 1129.
(19) M247
2106 LAKE ST.
T rooms, good barn, fine
chicken house and buggy shsd.
nice shade, lot 84x150. Price
$2,800.
O'Keefe Real Estate Co.,
1001 N. T. L, Bldg.
'Phona D 2153.
(19) 226
HOUSE. FOR BALK,
24x30. $ rooma, modern, oak flniah, 1 year
old: lot 50xli: $3,200; one-half cash. 84
Webater Bt D. Olaon. (13) zn 7x
FOR SALE.
Nsw. modern, up-to-date house, n
West Farnam car line, choice location
quick poaseaaslon. ror particulara see
Hicks, 439 Board of Trade Bldg.
OS too
EAfiT PATMENTB. '
(-room modern house: furnsce; good
waias; pavea street; wainui itui; z,ouo
eaay terms.
8-room all modern houae; good repair. $413
TanKiin atreet. frice, IjM cash.
balance eaay.
7-room houaa. full lot paved street, $1,(00;
$juw casn, balance monthly,
J. H. PARROTTE.
(!) M907 A4
FOUR-ROOM house for sale or trad for
or 7-roura houae. inquire lul No. 34th Bt
IAS) al t bs A a
ACRE PATCHES, $300
Buy something worth while. Aa aci-a lot.
eaual to Ave cltr lota. sih St.. west nt
lori uinana, otny suu casn ana. Only to
for sal. Tel. Douglas 15o.
W. T. URAIiAM, fH BEE BLDO.
0)-l I
WHEN you writ to advertlaera ramember
M take but an extra atroka or two of the
pen to mention the fact that you saw itm
m u iu ce
REAL ESTATE
FARM ARR RANCH LAHUI FOR ALB
ICawaas,
HOMESEEKFR8! Be eereful. Looats
right lnveetlaate our famoua arteatan
Valley. Sure crops, matchless climate.
Let ug write you. Miller 4k Jamea. Meade,
Kan. Uu 36 Ale
Mexico.
MEXICAN HACIENDA 126.000 acres; five
railroad stations on property; produces
annually $ia.ihii) worth of corn. bealila
tobacco, jcniquen and sugar cane; 4.s0
feet above aea level; land absolutely
froatle; store privilege rente for $l6.0u0
per annum; the greatest propoalUon;
rlce $4 per acre. gold. Charles B.
iullaly, Ban Antonio, Tex.
(20) M76J 6x
Nebraska.
WRITE Townsend Realty Co., Fremont
Neb. Farma and lands for sals or trad
for clear town property or merchandise.
(20) MKO A26x
FOTl SALE Fine Cass county Improved
farm, 2:"0 acree, $W per acre. La Chapelle
& Bell, Ashland, Neb. (20) Mi38 6x
IMPROVED farma In eaatern Nebraska;
Sarpy and Douglas counties. B. J. Over
ton, Gretna. Neb. (20) M878
FOR SALE 640 acres of Improved farming
land In Banner county, Nebraska. Teritia:
86 per acre; $l.ano caah, balance nine an
nual payment; per cent Inter it
W. H. BOUSFIELD AUBURN, NEB.
() MIU9 (X
oath Dakota.
740-ACRB stock and grain farm, near Fair
fax, 8. D. Price, $20,000. Owner will con
alder an eastern Nebraska or Iowa farm
as part payment If rightly priced.
W. S. FRANK,
821 Neville Blk., Omaha.
(30) 223
Tase.
TEXAS AND NEW MEXICO LAND.
Have some rare barsalna In Texas tind
New Mexico iana, a io .cx an aoie.
Go and see for yourself; low railroad
rates. For particular address.
ROBERT C. DRUE8EDOW,
I0 New York Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
(20) M35$
Go to Texaa and see wheat and alfalfa
equal to the best. Sixty cars of landseekers
passed through Kansaa City In one day.
Aa the crops grow larger the prices ad
vance. Owners a re expecting a big Increase
in May aa reports from all over the country
snow mat sucn a rush of landseekers as
was never known will be seen at that time.
Join our next big excuralon April ltith and
buy early and reap the benefit. Call or
write for facts about this country becoming
noted for Its productiveness snd healthful
climate, we are exclusive agents lor large
tracta in uaiiam ana Bnerman counties,
the choicest In the panhandle. Agent
wanted In every county In Nebraska and
western Iowa. Write for terma. Ullmore
Real Estate Co.. 1419 Douelas St Phone
Douglls 244, Omaha, Neb..
(30 M934
Wyoming:.
MAKE Inquiry concerning Big Horn Basin
cheap irrigated lanoa.
The Stewart Leavenworth Co.,
619 K T. Life. Bldg.
Telephone Douglas &&0. Omaha.
(20) 7
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Farm ssd Rsseh Land.
FOR RKNT-6-ecre tract of land In Ben
son (without house), suitable for garden
Ing or raising potatoee. Will rent till
January 1, Mutt, lor Js 11 taken immedi
ately. Aaaress k vm, cars Bee.
(2U-488 X
FARM FOR RENT.
Splendid farm, 211 acres, for rent six miles
from Omaha; possession given at once.
Apply to H. B. Sturgeon, 440 Board of Trade
ttidg., umana, pieo. Tel. uougiaa I610.
(21) M90S
146 ACRES one mile north of Florence.
Three-room houae, well, windmill, water
in house, large barn. About 80 .acree un
der cultivation. Also good pasture.
Itantav -': per annum.
N. pTdODQK CO., 1714 FARNAM ST.
(21) 618
FOR RENT W ACRES OF FARM LAND.
WITH MUUBK, BAKJV AINU SMALL
PASTURE, ABOUT ONE MILK SOUTH
TUB PUTNAM CO.. 604 N. T. LIFE BLDO.
(3D -M310
IMPROVED farm for rent, KO acres, five
miles irom uooaiana, enerman county,
Kansas: nice, smooth, level land, best of
soil, all under fence, good two-story
7-room nouse, gooa Darns ana other out
buildings, two wind mills, nice orchard,
90 acres under cultivation. Owner wants
one-third crop snd $60 for the pasture.
FITZQERALD-DERMODT COMPANY,
8J4 New York Life Bldg.,
Omaha, Neb.
(21) M1S4 8
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$1,000,000 TO LOAN on business and real.
aence property in Omaha: lowest rates
no delay. Thomas Brennan, Room 1, N.
I. LIII. (22) fl
LOWEST RATES Bemla. Paxton Block.
tSi)-Tf
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
PRIVATE MONET F. D. Wead. 1530 Doug.
(ZZ-
$400, $1,000 and $1,600 to loan at 6 per cent
aiso otner amounts; no oeiay. c. u. carl
berg. 911 M. Y. Life Bldg. (22) M938
GARVIN BROS., 1804 Farnam. I and By
per cent mans on real estate; no aeisy.
(23) 988
WANTED City loan and wsrants. W.
f arnam Smith 4k Co., lXJU Farnam Bt.
; 22)-3
LOWEST RATES Bemla, Paxton Block.
(S) a7
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters & Co,
lay s.i
LOANS on Improved Wty property. W. H.
inomaa, sua f irst Mauonai Bank f.iag.
(22)-870
BUILDINO loans on residence property;
per cent W. B. Melkle, Ramge Blk.
2D-M569
UNION LOAN A INVEST. CO. I $10 Bee
Loans on Real Estate, Bldg.
at 4V and i per cent 'Phone Doug 94.
(22)-M AM
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy, second-hand furniture,
cook and beating stovaa. ca rests, unole
ums. office furniture, old clothe knd
shoes, plsnos, festhera, bed plllpws. quilts
ana ail ainaa of tools: or win buy the fur
niiure of your house complete. Will buy
antique or mahogany furniture. The hlkh
est prices paid. Call the right man. Tel
Doug. iiil. ()-) All
CASH for old books. Btacy, 814 8. 18tb.
(3b)-MWI A8X
Blx-room modern cottasa on naved street
aouth Iart preferred. Caah deal. Address
. a fiee. (25) Mltie 7X
WANTED, TO BUY Horse and Concord
huggy; will pay cash and part groceries
lor same. Address N lu, Bes.
C3E)-MS71
CASH paid for old books. Crare-Foye Co,
111 sv uta. rnona Douglas isa.
(26) 4a
WANTED Second-hand gasoline engine,
to s-hora power; alao double acting
plunger pump, inquire Paul Myer, Klec
incian, uranaeis Htnre. (Zn) w t
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Board and room by young mar
rled ooupls: can furmsh own room; give
terms. Adores IT (, care nee.
()-M174 ix
WE HAVB an average of a dosen calls
dally from people wanting to rent houses
If yours la vacant or likely to be liat It
for rent with our rental department
prompt and courteous attention to all
business IntruRted to 11. Continental
Kealty Co.,- 21-IH) U. B. Nat 1 Bank UUig.
'fhone Jougiaa tbut. (OT Mun 10
BUITB of three rooms, with hosrd for tw
business men and wives. Must be first
class location and good pieal. Non
i her need apply. Addr K 41, Pee.
V4)-UIj4 10
WANTED -TO RENT
(Continued.)
mooM modern rottnge, by man and wlfo.
Adtlree P 80, Bee. M M 3 tx
WANTED t or -room noime; not particu
lar about distance. Address C M. Hee.
() MU8t
WANTED SITUATIONS
WANTEXV-Employment evenings E I. Pee.
(27) 63 4x
TOl'NG man with seven yars' experience
In clerical and stenographic work, good
correspondent, seek poeltlnn In whole
Sale house, where energy and ability will
be appreciated; capable of handling cor
respondence In collection and credit de
partmental now employed as steno
grapher; first class references. Addres
A $2, Bee. ($7) Ml.) Ex
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
ROPOSALS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES
lepartiTent of the Interior. Office of ln-
tan A IT ire, Washington. I. C. February
16, I97. tenled proposala, plainly marked
on the outside of the envelope, "Proposals
for Rubber Qood. Boots and Shoe,'1 eto-..
s the case msy be, and addressed to the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Wanhlns-
ton, D. C." will be received at the Indian
office until 1 o'clock p. m of Thursday,
April 11, 107, and then opened, for furnish
ing the Indian service witn rubber goods,
boots and shoes, hardware and medical
sunnlles. Pealed DroDOls. nlslnlv marked
on the outside of the envelope, "Proposals
for Knatueiea ware, furniture," etc., as
the case may be, and . sd'l reused to the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Washing
ton. D. C," will be received at tl.e Indian
office until 8 o'clock p. m. of Tuesday,
Dril 18. 1WI. snd then opened, for furnish.
ng the Indian service with enameled ware,
lamps, furnlturs, bedding, stoves, agricul
tural implements, paints, oils, glass, tin
wars, wagons, harness, leather, shoe find
ings, saddlery, etc., school supplies, and a
long list of miscellaneous articles. Bids
must be mads out on government blanks.
Bchedules giving all necesenry information
for bidders will be furnished on application
to the inaian omee, Washington. D. C. !
the U. B. Indian warehouses nt New Tork
Cltv, Chicago, 111.; Bt. Louis, Mo., and
Omaha, Neb. The department reserves ths
right to reject any and al bids, or any part
l U.U. ft. AM. A , ..I'llllll'r. - l .
M19-dlTt
PROPOSALS FOR BEEF, CORN, ORO
cerles. etc. Denartmant of the Interior.
Office of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C
Marcn s, 1U07. Sealed proposala, plainly
marked on tha outside of the envelope.
"Propoaals for Beef, Corn," etc, a the
case m, be, and address to the "Commis
sioner or Indian Affairs, Washington, u.
C" will be received at the Indian office
until I o'clock p. m. of Tuesday. April 23.
19C7, and then opened, for furnishing ths
ndlan service with rolled barley, beef.
mutton, corn, salt, coffee, sugar, tea, soap,
Daklng powder and other grocerlea. Bin
must be made out on government blanks.
Schedules giving all necessary lnformstlon
or oioaers will be furnished on application
tne Indian omce, Washington, U. u,;in
S. Indian warehmiaea at New York
lty. Chlcaa-o. III.: Rt. Lnula. Mo.: Omaha,
Neb., and Ban Francisco, Cal.; the Commis
sary of Subsistence, U. 8. A., at Cheyenne,
Wyo.; the Quartermaater, U. S. A., Seattle,
wasn., and the postmasters at Tucson,
Portland, Bpokane and Taeoma. The De
partment reserves the right to reject any
and all bids or any part of any bid. F. E.
Mupp, commissioner. ai-oihi
SEALED PROPOSAL WILL BH Re
ceived at office of Treasurer Battls Moun
tain Sanitarium. N. H. D. V. 8.. Hot
Springs. 8. D.. until 12 o'clock m.. April 14.
1907, and then opened, for construction of
cement walks, curbing, etc., and gravel
walka In accordance with Instructions and
specifications, coplrs of which, with blank
proposals and other Information, may be
had upon application to W. A. Tucker,
Treasurer, A 6-7 10
LEGAL NOTICES
TO CONTRACTORS PLANS AND BPECI-
fl cations can be seen at the office of archi
tect, 8. P. Hart, Carroll, la., for th remod
eling and enlarging a brick block at same
place. Bide wanted at onoe. A. L. WRIOHT,
Carroll, la. A 4-6-8
RAILWAY TIME CARD
IHION STATION TENTH AND MARCY
t'nloa Paclfla.
Xeave. Arrive.
Overland Limited a 9:56 am a 8:18 pm
The China and Japan
Fast Mall a 4:15 pm a 6:10 pm
Colo. 4k Calif. Ex a 4-16 pm a 9:30 pm
California A Ore. Ex. ..a 4:26 pm a 6:10 pm
1.0s Angeies limited. n.aU:(X pm aiu:w pm
Fast Mall a 1:56 am a 6:00 pm
Colorado Special a 7:46 am a 7:44 am
North Platte Local a 8:10 am a 4:50 pm
Beatrice Local b $:00 pm b!3:45 pm
Chicago, Rock lalaad Paolflo.
EAST.
Chicago Limited a 3:15 am a 7:10 am
Iowa Local a 7:00 am a 4:30 pm
Chlcasro Mail a $:45 pm
Iowa Local blZ:( pm n :t pm
Chicago (Eastern mx)...a b:i pm a i:so pm
cntcago (iowa j-mtn 1. .a e:ai pm an.io pm
WEST.
Rocky Mountain Lmtd..a 7:20 am a $:05 am
Colo. Cal. Expresa...a 1:50 pm a 4:60 pm
Okl. A Texas Express. .a 4:40 pm a!2:06 pm
Lincoln. Falrburv and
Bellevue a 4 .60 pm al0:10 am
Wabash.
St Louis Express a 6:30 pm a 8:30 am
Bt. iuis Local (from
Council Bluffs) a 9:15 am a 10:30 pm
Btanberry Local (from
council Bluffs) Dtwpm oil warn
Chicago Great Weeterm.
Bt. Paul A Minneapolis.. 8:30 pm 7:10 am
Bt. Paul & Minneapolis.. 7:46 am 11:50 pm
Chlcaao Limited 8-40 rm 9:00 am
Chicago Express 7:45 am 11:60 pm
Chicago Express 8:30 pm a:supm
Chicago A Narthveeetern
Cedar Rapids Pass a 7:06 am a 6:06 pm
Twin city express a i:u am aio:w pm
Chicago Daylight a 8:00 am aJl:15 pm
Chicago Local all :80 am a 8:46 pm
Bioux City Local ...
Carroll local
Sioux City Local
Chicago Express ...
.a $:50 pm a 9:36 am
..a 4:82 pm a 9:60 am
a 3:46 pm
.a 6:60 pm a 7:90 am
Fast Man
Fast Mall
Twin City Limited..
a 2:00 pm
..a 8:23 pm a 8:30 am
..a 8:28 tim a 7:6 am
Overland limited....
..a 8:38 pm a 9:81 arm
Norfolk-Bonesteel ..
a 7:40 am aiu so am
Llncoln-Chadron b 7:40 am alO Si am
Deadwood-Llncoln a 3:00 pm a 5:06 pro
Casper-Bhonslioni a 8:00 pm a 6:06 pm
Hsatings-duperlor b3:U)pm b 6:05 pm
Fremont-Albion D o.tc pm. du:w pm
Mlsourl Paelflc,
K. C. St L. Fxprees.a 9:00 sm a 6:80 am
K. C. & Bt. L. impress. all :1a pm H D pm
Nebraska Local a 3:00 pm all 40 am
Dea Moines Local a 4:16 pm
Illlaola Central,
Chicago Express a 8:00 am a $:46 prn
Minn. A Bt- Paul Ex....b 8:00 am a 8:16 pin
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm a 7:30 am
Minn. & Bt. Paul Ltd. ..a 8:30 pm a 7:30 am
Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paal.
Chi. and Colo. Special.. a 7:65 am a 7:80 am
California and Ore. Ex. a 6 ii pm a $.lu piu
Overland Limited a 8 .36 pm a 9.30 am
De Molnea A Cedar
Rapid Local D 6:46 am DUWpm
BinLlNOTON STATION IOTH MASON
Borlington.
Leave.
..a 4:10 pm
...a 4:10 pm
,..a 4:10 pm
Arrive,
a 8:3u pm
a 3:30 pm
Denver A California.
Black Hills
Northwest Special ..
Northwest Express ..
a 3:30 pm
a 7 :10 am
iil:iu pm
Nehraaka Expreaa ...
..a s.10 am a 7:46 pm
Nebraska Local
Lincoln Local
Lincoln last Mall...
Unco In Looal
..a k:i am a 7:o pm
a 9 :ufc are
.,b 2:00 pm al2:dl pm
a i:su pm
n. Crook A Plattam'th.b 8:60 Din blO 36 am
Plattsmouth a 7:60 p. n a 8:10 am
Denver Limited 7:10 am
Bellavue at Pao. Juno.. a 8:30 am a 1:64 pm
Chicago Special a 7:25 am a 7:25 am
Chicago Li press a $45 pm a $:66 pm
Chicago Hr a $:06 pm a 7:26 pm
Iowa Ixcal a 9:16 am alO 53 pm
Bt Louis Express a 4:45 pm all SO ani
Kansas City-Bt. Joe a 10 45 pin a 6:46 am
Kansas Clty-bt. Joe a 9:18 am a 6.10 pm
Kanaas City-Bt. Joe a 4:46 pm
WEBSTER STATION-16th ft WEBSTER
Chicago, St. Paal, Minneapolis 4k
Omaha.
Twin City Paaaanger...b 6 80 am b 9:10 pm
Pioux City Paaaengr...a S :0 pm all:iiam
tmrrson Local b 6:6 pm b 9.10 am
tmerson Local ..- c 8-6 am c 8:00 pm
Mlasonrl PaelSc
Local via Weeping
Water a 8:08 am a 8:60 pm
Fall City Local a 8 :6ft pm all:24) pm
a Dal) jr. b Dally except Sunday, d 1aI1v
except Baturday. alunday wily. Daily
cpt Monday.
OIL FOUND OYER THE RIVER
thooTtrj LesdsCit Cnenist to Vats .
Official IrjTeKtigstisii.
LAND SAID TO BE BOUGHT BY OIL KINQ
Tract oat Which Petroleaas is Pa
Reported to Have Fallea
lata the Teataeles of
Rockefeller.
Is Omaha In an oil belt and It It possible
that the Illuminating and heating problems
of this section may be revolutionised be
fore long?
This question Is being seriously asked,
for It Is believed oil has been discovered
about four miles south of Council Bluffs
and near the river. An uncouth Individual
with a bottle of murky liquid called on
City Chemist Klrschbrsun Thursday morn
ing and asked to have the contents of th
bottle tested. The stranger Was exceedingly
reticent about his errand and wished his
business with the chemist to be aa quiet as
possible.
Chemist Klrschbrsun found th bottle
contained crude petroleum oil of ordinary
quality, snd so advised the stranger, who
appeared nervous and elated. Th man
would not give his name, but after much
cajoling aald the oil seeped Into a cellar he
was digging not far from th river and
about four miles from Council Bluffs and
nearly a mile from a limestone hill. The
stranger's left srm was crippled and h had
the appearance of an ordinary laborer. He
said he Would now get an option on th
property where ha found th oil.
That Rockefeller Deal.
In view of a recent land deal In the sec
tion referred to by this man his discovery
Is doubly Interesting. It has been reported
that a syndicate in which John D. Rocke
feller was Interested had bought a large
tract of land near Omaha on th Iowa
side of the liver.
In the bluffs along the Burlington tracks v
between Omaha and Bellevue may be seen
small, deserted coal mine which was
worked years ago, but abandoned on ao
oount of tM poor quality of th coal
found. The Nebraska geological report
shows that there Is a geological strip ex
tending from Kansas through southeastern
Nebraska and up through this territory.
City Chemist Klrachbraun said he has
found in Platte river sand used In Omaha
chunks of ooal that showed a water action
of years. Coal was struck last year at
Peru, which Is near tha river.
Chemist Klrschbrsun does not believe
that oil In any quantity would be found
where th sample he examined was dis
covered, but does hold that the presence
of oil seeping through the earth in the
manner referred to Is a reasonable Indica
tion that there may be flows under the
Iowa bluffs.
FISHBACK WANTS CALDWELL
play Coanty Rtatesrnaa Asks Governor
to Appolat Friend State
Oil Inspector.
"I wish, and I believe the Bell company
wishes now, that my bill for telephone
connections at city limits had not been
defeated In the legislature of 1905." said
former Representative Fish back of Clay
county, who cam to Omaha with a load
of cattle Thursday. "I thought then, and
I think now, . this measure would have
been fair to the Bell people, as well as our
little country companies. Furthermore, I
am sure It would have saved you people
In Omaha from a dual system,.,. If that
measure had passed I think Omaha would
not have had two companies doing busi
ness here.
T am glad to see the legislature enacting
some of the reform legislation It hss. My
friend, Caldwell, and I were called radi
cals in th "esslons of 1U03 and 1906, and yet
w were not as radical as th results of '
this session Indicate these men are.
'I have been to Lincoln and conveyed
to Governor Bheldon th wishes of our
people for the appointment of Mr. Caldwell
as state oil Inspector. I hope ha will see
fit to make the appointment. Caldwell la
of the Bheldon reform forces and the gov
ernor could do no better than nam hint
for th place.
"I am gratified to see the terminal taxa
tion law enacted. I opposed that bill la
two sessions, but I view It from a different
standpoint now."
MISSOURI MAN ENDS LIFE
Myer Wilson ot Kansas City Shoot
Illsaself on Street Thar
day Morning;.
KANSAS CITT, April 8.-Myer Wilson,
aged 23 years, son of II. I. Wilson, a promi
nent business man, shot himself In th
head as he stood on the corner of Eleventh
and Walnut streets. In ths business center,
this morning, while a half dosen spectators
looked on, unable to Interfere. When thy
reached ths scene a moment later Wilson
was dsad. No cauao is known.
Wilson left a card reading, "I've lived
long enough." His parents said he was
despondent owing to ill health. Young
Wilson spent a yesr at Yale, The family
lived at Louisville, Ky., before coming to
Kansas Cltv.
Farewell lor Conanl General.
NEW YORK, April 4.-T0 Sir Percy San
derson, retiring Hrltlnh consul general at
this port, the British Bchools' and Univer
sities' club gavs ' a farewell dinner at
Delmonlco's last night and presented an ad
dreaa, beautifully lUuminaU-d and bound la
red morocco. Sir Percy ha been a mem
ber of the club almost from Its foundation
and has served as its president. Ths mem
bers, in bidding him goodby, expressed not
only their appreciation of his work as con
sul gensral, but their regret at the loss
of a tried and faithful friend. Sir Percy
made a graceful farewell speech. Other
speakers were Bishop Potter and Rear Ad
miral Coghlan.
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
8 MPRitl" Lino of th Atiantto
Nothing better afloat tnan our new ax
press steamers, Lmpress of Britain and
kmpresa of Ireland (14.M) tons), Quabeo to
Liverpool In six days; leas than four dsy
St sea. Buperlor accommodation available.
Comfort elegance and safety. Baud, for
Uluatrsted booklet sod sailing 1 1 art .
c. u. BEsfjAMur, aea, , a. ourk
Street, Chicago, IU.
ITrenph Lino
Competent Ciniral0
TratuattanHqvt
Cigantlo, Elegant, Fast Lavlathaas
VorKr- Tarl$ 6 7oy
LA PROVES, CK, new twin acrew Over, peasen.
ger elevator, gymnasium, rool cafe. This and th
other Twin gciew Steamer have daily newapep.
era, orchealia. wirelra vtera aud aianv other
Innovation oa board, both for af ciy aud comfort
I Savol April
La Tourrala April IS
a La Oaseoga April S0
La Preveaoo .....April US
La Lorraine ,, May g
SLa atretsga 4
181'k.Cl.Lb tiira 4irtura. gitrM StaaaMva
U ot aniir ataamar at ehaap a-eont Uai rtaT
Na.al oajrar1 aian-ot-var at iplm. fonpanr
vaatltMile traloa. Havra-Parta, tK, hoar. aUt(
eour.oient eoaaaeOsa ar tur all aalat aa
th Coalmen!.
For plana, raaarratloa an4 full In format Ian call
a. lalavnoaa. or write t tfc lolloala aa-nt :
I it rrnm at
narr? m. Hooraa, taw varaam Bl. ; J, a. feaynoia.
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