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HIE OMAHA SlTp.Y HHK: NOVKMKKH 24. 1012.
3-A ir- Nebraska Nebraska. Nebraska CASH FOR KEARNEY SCHOOL Superintendent Manuel Asks for Biff Sam for Biennium. HOWARD GOES 10 HEW YORK Hope Expreard Aailltor-Elrct "Will I lie rVnmcd an lniuruarr Exrca Utc Commlttre la Place of Retiring Offlelni. (Prom a Staff Correspondent) LINCOLN. Neb.. Nor. 23.&(Speclal Superintendent C. B. Manuel of tlio stato Industrial school at Kearney thinks that 1153,000 should bs appropriated to operate that Institution for the neat two yearn. The amount allowed by tho 1SU legisla ture was $115,700 and It la report wl that there will bo a deficit, The superintendent wants $LS00 mora for salaries, 11.500 mors for employes tv aces. $3,000 more for malntalnanws $39,000 more for repairs and Improvements. $5,000 more for miscellaneous supplies and $1,000 for a band equipment Here Is the estimate tn detail: Salaries $10,200 Kmployea wages 27,o00 Malntainanco 3,000 Repairs, Improvements. ... 20,000 Band equipment Miscellaneous 3,000 $12,000 32.000 W,W0 E0,J0 1,000 8,000 Total $115,000 $163,000 Epidemic nt Wceplnic Wnler, A serious epidemic of diphtheria is feared ,by the stato department of health In the neighborhood about Weeping Water, following the report that several cases had broken out In one farmer's family. One case has already resulted fa tally. State Health Inspector Wilson visited Cass county Thursday and mado on especial examination of the Weeping Water neighborhood situation. Tho house In question was placed under strict quarantine. Members of the same family living In tho vicinity aro reported as having contracted tho disease In a less mttllcTlflnt farm. Ilotvnnl Leaves for Knst. Stntn Auditor Tlnrtnti and bin successor. Auditor-elect W. B. Howard, will leave next week for New York City to attend a meeting of tho executlvo commltteo of the National Association of insurance Commissioners on December 2. Mr. Bar ton Is a member of that committee, and as Nebraska has Important insurance matters pending at this tlmp an effort will be made to have Mr. Howard ap pointed to fill the vacancy on the ex ecutlvo committee which will result when the present auditor turns over to his suc cessor tho keys to his office In January. Because of Mr. Howard's knowledge of Insurance matters generally it is thought that the effort to keep Nebraska on tho executive committee will probably bear fruit. Tho executlvo committee has a large in shaping the work of tho asso ciation. Lincoln SoclullntH Active. Lincoln socialists showed surprising ac tivity for this season of tho political year today when they announced a com- commissioner hero tn next May on a plat form demanding Immediate public own trshlp of public utilities. No party denominations aro allowed to but the flva commissioners reeelvlnir tho highest votu will bo declared elected, Tho socialists propose to advance thrlr ticket as a municipal ownership propo sition and to center tho voting strength Df their party on the five commissioners both at the primary anil thq election. Welton Found Not Guilty. Albert D. Welton, Greenwood banker, was found not guilty today on twelvo counts of the federal Indictment against him by a Jury here, which disagreed on the six remaining counts. Tho counts upon which tho Jury failed to agree wero those charging embezzlement and making jfalse entries In the bank's books. The case has been on trial for three ' weeks, United States District Attorney Frank Howell of Omaha, with Assistant 1-ano of U:l? city, prosecuting. Welton had an Imposing array of attorneys and a delegation of no small size composed or. his relatives and Greenwood friends were naltanriDiii,. linrtnf inn irfnl ThA fpdfim prosecuting officers here, havo not yet Indicated when an effort will bo made to secure a new trial on the six counts left up In the air by tho failure of the Jury to agree. Confer on Phone Value. Another conference relating to physical valuation, allowance for depreciation and similar matters took place Saturday at the office of the state railway commis sion between members of that body and E. H. Morsman, Jr.,, attorney for tho Ne braska Telephone company. The application of - the city of McCook for a reduction of rates wis under con sideration at the same tlmo and this figured, in the discussion. Tho Bell com pany claims an annual depreciation of 8V4 per cent, based on the value of tho material and labor going Into the prop erty. This, however, does not Include ndminlstratalon expense. Tho stato ap praisers estimates ' the annual deprecia tion at 6.27 per cent Attorney Morsman and the commission were able to agree on some points but , on others he disagreed with 6ommlsslonor Hall. Chairman Wlnnett 'said the com mission would probably require the stock holders to make good any past depresla J tlon but would allow tho company to earn enough In the future, to maintain a de- Different kinds of telephone construc tion last for varying periods, roles havo a life of from twelve to twenty-five years. Overhead cables average twenty two years and tho underground work Is estimated as having a probable llfo of fifty years: Illrertory of Stnte Ortrniilantlons. The secretaries of M Nebraska soci eties and nscoclatlons, fraternal, labor, religious, civic, social, benevolent, phil anthropic, commercial, trade, political or other organizations having a state-wldo 'leld for membership, are Invited to send at once to Director A. E. Sheldon, lecls latlvo .reference bureau, Lincoln, data for publication In the forthcoming leg tslatlve blue book, covorlng tho follow ing points. Name 'of organization. Nature and object Date of first organization In Nebraska. Total membership In Nebraska. Value of property held In Nebraska (If known). Officers of stato organization. A circular letter asking for this Infor mation Is being mailed to tho secretaries of all such organizations so far as known, but It Is feared some will bo missed as no published list Is In exist ence covorlng all state-wide organizations of whatever nature. It Is a matter of great convenience to persons Interested In Nebraska subjects to have at hand a complete list of all such societies with nddress of their chief officers. It Is hoped that each stato sec retary of any society, order, church, as sociation or other organization In Ne braska will at once mall this Information md thereby Insure It placo In tho forth coming blue book. State llnyn I'lilnlnrn, Another carload vof potatoes raised at Hemlngford, Box Butto county, has been bought by tho Stato Board of Purchase and Supplies, to be delivered at tho Bo atrlco Instltuto for fceblo minded. Tho prlco Is 47 cents, f, o. b., Beatrice, Two carloads wero recently bought for etato penitentiary uso at 45 cents a bushel. The difference In prlco Is at tributed to tho difference In cost of transportation. Wills Disposing of Oapt.Enyart Estate May Be Set Aside NEBRASKA CITY, Nov. -(Special.) Shortly after the death of tho late Cap tain L. Enyart, his brother Albert F. Enyart filed n, will which had been loft at tho Farmers' hank for him, In which It left to him tho bulk of tho estate of his brother In Nebraska, Colorado, Kansas. Missouri and Texas. Tho estate of tho deseased Is estimated to bo something like $1,000,000. Kast evening another will which had been drawn In Keith county. In Septem ber of this year, was filed, It havlnr been left In a bank up In that county and It leaves all of IiIb Interests In n 2.R40- ncro ranch In Keith county ,to Charles Gates of St. Joseph, Isadore Frollch of Kansas City, Mrs. John W. Black of Birch Tree, Mo.; Logan Simpson of Tecumseh, Logan Crooner of .Pattenburg, Mo., and John J. Enyart of Stamburg. Mo. In addition to these two wills the deceased left a deed to his stepson Logan Enyart, for 010 acres of land In Custer county, Nebraska, also ono for his wlfo and stepdaughter. There aro a largo number of relatives who wore not remembered and they aro talking of con testing tho wills. They aro simple wills and drawn by the deceased In the pros- onto of witnesses and without anyWorm- allty. Tho attorneys have advised the heirs that they can set aside tho wills and the widow that she can elect to tako her one-half of tho estate. It may be there will bo much litigation grow out of the settlement of the estate or Its division. Captain Enyart camo to this state and settled here, havlng-but CO centi on his arrival, having served In tho civil war, and he has made all of his money by shrewd speculations In cattlo and land and was tho chief stock ov?ner In three banks and tho owner of large tracts of lands In Nebraska, Colorado, Texas, Kan sas and Missouri at tho time of his death. He also had somo land in Douglas, Lan caster and Oico counties. STATE POULTRY SHOW WILL BE HELD AT GRAND ISLAND GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Nov. 23.-(Spo-clal.) Secretary A. H. Smith of tho Ne braska State Poultry association an nounces that the twenty-eighth annual exhibition of tho aseoclatlon will bo held in Grnnd Island January 10 to 21. In making this announcement the secretary says: , "At this cjrly date the prospects were never better for a record-breaking expo sition. Tho premium lists ore nearly ready for tho printer. If poultry fanciers and breeders do not receive one In due time they should nddre&B me at Lincoln, Neb, "Especial emphaeis should be placed on tho fact that tho association pays liberal I cosh premiums and pays on the closing day of the exposition." A LAUNDRY That fulfils its promises makes mis takes, yes, but makes every wrong right. THAT HELPS YOU in giving you wearable linens. No rough edges and laundered RIGHT. KING ALFALFAjMNT BURNS Several Buildings nt Nebraska City Destroyed Early Today. LOSS HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND Machinery nml I.nrge Stock at Keed In Wnrehouae In Total Lo In surance, In Rtuhty Hion annd Dollars. NEBRASKA CITY. Neb.. Nov. 23. (Speclal Telegram.)-Tho King alfalfa plant was burned this morning at 4 o'clock, entailing a loss of $150,00) with about $S0,XX) Insurance. The flro otlg tnated In the main building In some un explalnablo manner and when tho fire was discovered tho eutlro plant proper was a mass of flames and as a gale pre vailed at the time It was difficult for tho firemen to arrest It and they had to devote their energies to raving tho Bur lington roundhouse, residences and other buildings south of tha big plant. Plant Completely Destroyed. Ono after another of the big buildings fell a prey to the flames and when the walls began to fall none of tho firemen would Ventura near, so Intcnso wai the heat The cntlro plant with machin ery was completely destroyed, with a largo Btock of hay and feed which filled the warehouse. This 'plant .was tho famous Argo starch plant, which .fgurcd so prominently In tho , . . ... . , . .uum jiunnu campaign, in wnicn tne laio . J. Sterling Morton mado this part of the stato famous In his speeches, "In the I shadow of tho starch works." Tho trust I dismantled tho buildings and they were J purchused by local capitalists, who have J been operating un alfalfa feed plant with ' big bucccss. It was ono of the largest Industries of tho city. The company con templates rebuilding as soon as It con adjust matters. NOTES FROM NEBRASKA CIHY AND OTOE COUNTY NEBRASKA CITY, Nov. 23.Tho board of city commissioners havo Instructed tho city attorney to Investigate the tele phone merger nt this placo and protect tho Interests of tho peoplo In any way ho may deem proper. Tho two Bystems have been merged hero and tho Independ ent Bystem Is to be dropped and the Bell system, of central energy, to bo used only. Tho "cut-over" will bo mado Jn about ten days and then wo will have out ono system and ono phone. Tho lat ter fact pleases all of tlio business men and a major portion of tho peoplo, be cause the two phones In each placo were a nulsanco and all disliked them. Delia Brown has filed a suit In the district court praying for a divorce from her husband, Jcsso W. Brown, on tlie grounds of being an Inebriate and non support. She asks for the care and custody of tholr minor daughter. They wero married In this city on December 10. 1903. Miss Sue Andreason, daughter of Aridy Andreason of tho Otoe Lumber company of this city,' has secured tho position of leading lady with ono of tho largest dramatic companies In Now York City and appears In tho leading roll with tho company Monday evening when a new theator at that placo Is opened and the seats for the opening night sold for from v?5 to $W) each. and tho boxes nt $300. Miss Andraeson has been on tho stago but three years and has rapidly advanced. Judge Blschof has had under advise ment for somo time tho claim of R, A. Clevo, against the estate of Mary A. Cleve, for $2,000 for moneys which ho had leaned her at various times after he divorced her and tho Judge decided that an he had taken no evidence of the debt from the deceased It was not a legal claim against her estate. Her estate all goes to her nlecos, who aro nonresidents. Store closed all of Thankgiving Day Wo've so much to be thankful for that w foel the Thanksgiving spirit of Old New England welling up within us. We feel thankful for tho confident e the pub lic seems to havo In us. Wo feel thankful that our methods seem to warrant It. Wo fell thankful toward thoso who favor u und toward those who labor with us so much so that we want and havo decided to, keep this store closed on Thursday. So, please buy your quality clothes before 6 P. M. Wednesday. Leading them alL all the way Our Great Mid-Season SALE OF QUALITY ' Suits and Overcoats j Leads the bargain giving f by many, many paces By common consont, In Uio nmttor of stylo, our garments tiro nsslfrnod to tho for wnnl rank nml In tho matter of values this storo Iookb buck upon Ub -nearest com petitor nml womlorrt why theru la such n ki botwoon first nml1 second place. It docs scum that other stores could more nearly equal tho valuos thls storo offors but, that Is perhaps tho very reason why this particular snlo Iquds them n'l, nil tho way. Regardless of the fnct that this sab has been In progress n.wcck or more there still remains n fine assortment but thou, nothing romarkablo about that when you consldor that this Is tho bigg, st clothing storo in town, having at' all times tho grcntest nssortmontH un 1 iib n consoquenco having nt salo tlmo a vast amount of small lots. Hotter buy ono of thoso honestly reduced garments. Regular $40, $35, $30 Suits and Overcoats for . .$23 r Regular $25 Suits and Overcoats for $16 Regular $20 and $18 Suits and Overcoats for. .$11 Regular $15 and $12.50 Suits and Overcoats for. .$9 Rogular $10 Suits and Overcoats for .$6 O.MAIIA'S ONLY MODERN CLOTHING STORE F.S.K1NO, PR to. THE HOME QUMllY CLOTHES A3.PECK SEC TRIAS. TOM FINLEN IS AFTER broken'bow P0ST0FFICE BROKEN BOW, Neb., Nov, 23.-Spe-clal.) Tom Klnlen, a prominent cttlzon of this place, is the flrt democrat In Broken Bow to actually get Into the race for o federal appointment Mr. Flnlen has conceived tho Idoa that the post offlco needs a good democrat at the helm and Is therefore circulating a petition on his own behalf. This petition Is prac tically signed by everybody, democrat and republican alike, and It Is about as long as the liberty polo In the center of the city square. The slight drawback to tho arrangement however, Is that Mr. Haumont, the present Incumbent, has Just entered upon another term of office, and under the civil service rules haa nearly four years yet to serve, so that Mr. Flnlen, In caso hls petition should rroelvo favorable attention, will have somo tlmo to wait. NEBRASKA BOY IS ' KILLED IN SHANGHAI PALISADE, Neb., Nov. 23.-(Bpeclal,)-Mr. and Mrs. Henry Willis of this place received news Tuesday of tho death of their son, Nathan E. Willis, who was serving In the United States navy at Shanghai, China. The Information was In the form of a telegram from Admiral Nicholson, commander of the Asiatic squadron, asking Instructions relative to the disposition of the body. Tlio parents of the deceased havo ordered it sent hero. No definite Information was received In the telegram, but It Is reported that he was killed ashore In Shanghai by a for eign man-o'-warsman. Deceased was 1 years old and would have completed his third year In the service next May. OMAHA'S QUALITY LAUNDRY (oppdfei Douglas 2560 NORFOLK MAN TO HAVE FOURTEENTH OPERATION NORFOLK, Neb., Nov, 23.-Clty Cleric Ed Harter will go to the hospital tomor row for his fourteenth serious surgical operation. An ulcer of the stomach Is believed to be tho trouble. He has had nlno operations on one leg which was am putated twenty years ago when a friend accidentally shot him, has had part of Is stomach removed, his appendix re moved and an operation for hernia. Job for Paul Thompaon. GRAND ISLAND, Neb.. Nov. 23.-(Bpe clal.) Paul Thompson, secretary of the Young Men's Democratic club. It is an nounced here, will be appointed deputy flro warden by Governor-elect Morehead, Mr. Thompson has been deputy clerk of the district court for the last few years and Is regarded as a competent, indus trious and reliable man, giving tho clou est attention to his duties. GRAND ISLAND PASSES NEW SALOON ORDINANCE GRAND ISLAND. Neb., Nov. 23.-(8)e-clal.) An ordlnanco over which thoro has boon sharp contention for tho last seven months, was placed on final passage by tho city council by a voto of 0 to i It provides that no license for tho salo of liquor shall hereafter bo granted to any dealer not ablo to show a lease directly from tho owner of tho building or that ho owns tho bulldln.g himself. Through tho Casscll Realty company and tho In dependent Realty company of Omaha, and through other agents of brewers, over half tho saloons of tho city havo leases from tho second party, Thcro has been quite a contest between somo of tho re tailers and some of tho wholesale agents over tho matter and, dcspltu tho fact that It was said to bo only n more direct appli cation of tho Gibson law, owners of build ings occupied by Baloons and thoso saloon men who wero under obligations to tho brewing- companies filed protests ngu-luHt tho passing of tho ordinance to no avail. TWO GOLDEN WEDDINGS IN NEBRASKA CITY NEBRASKA CITY, Nov. 23.-(Speclol.) William P. Rcdflold and wife Thursday celebrated their golden wedding anni versary surrounded by their children and some 300 friends and relatives. They were married In this county and havo since mado It their home. A few years ngo they left the farm, west of tho city, and camo hero to muko tholr homo. They are both woll pretvrvod people. Today was tho fiftieth wedding anni versary of Mr. atjd Mrs. Charles A. Simon. They wero married at Madison, O., and camo to this city In 1S71 nml havo slnco mndo their homo hero. Mr, Simon was a member of Compsny K, Sixty ninth regiment of Indiana volunteers. Tramps Burn Bam and Rob Stores FLORIS, la., Nov. 23. Three tramps set flro to u barn at the home of Thomas Daughcrty hero last night and whllo most of tho citizens wero out fighting tho flames, robbed tho Florls drug storo and Stnr restaurant Tho amount of loot Is' not known. Two horses wero con sumed In tho fire. COUNTERFEIT COIN AND MOULDS CAPTURED PHILADELPHIA, Nov.. 23,-Hundrcds of counterfeit half dollars and a com plete set of moulds, homlcals and Imple ments for making bogus money wero seised by secret servtco agents lait night In a raid on n house In this city. Alex ander Garnlor and his wife, May, wore arrested charged with counterfeiting, and four other persons found in thu house aro being hold by tho pollco as wltucrtiea. rrlie book worth a dollar to tthre best each week. Moll yours to Daffyflill Editor, The Bee. See The Bundoy Bee for prise winners. XjABT WEEK'S WINNERS. 1 Xoulae Rocoo, 4632 Cuming street, a Nathan UHller, 3420 Charles street. 3 Suth Pennington, iluoolu. W. A. I'ahl. 2503 Pratt Street-Did tho republl-con Roosevelt because, ho wad too progressive? Dr. V. McDonough, City Hull If a cow becamo Bossto and gives but-tcr milk, shouldn't tho dairy Inspector? Or would ho havo tho city hall It away? If an old woman becamo Impertinent to tho county commissioners, would Peto El-sasscr? Or would O'Connor hava tho Harto to Lynch Peto7 Or, what Is Best? Helen Mupen, 210C Lake Strcot If Lillian burled four husbands, would Ethel Barrymoro? If sho wero told to hurry, would Ellen Terry? Nathan Miller, 2420 Charles Strcet-lf the Rocky mountains reached near tho sky, would tho sky ecrap-cr? W. A. Whlsenand, 271G Shirley Strect- If your mother took tho right sldo of tho walk when sho should take the left, would you call Omaha? Georgo H. Hclntre, 4023 Humllton Street If Omaha was made tho base ball mag nate town, who would Tip 0Nolll7 Blanche Johnson, 2&3I Cass Street It tho Greeks wore called to war, would they Balkan (balk on) going? ' A. L. Clement, Norfolk If Solomon was a wlso man, Is Budwelser? If Chance leaves tho Cubs, whero will Ch'cago? If I am too bashful to ask her will Vincent Astor? L. It Smith, 2183 Mandcrson street If someonu should yell "Geo!" 'would Omaha? If a strango ship should steam up tho Missouri river, would you call It a Man a'wa'? , If you sprlnklo tho lawn when the Bun Is shining, would tho faucet? L. R, Anderson, Grand Island, Neb. Somo say Teddy Is loud, but Isn't Harry Lauder? Thomas Burt, 2215 California Strcet lf you mlRscd a car on Q street, would It bo a mlscuo? Georgo Kohaut, Dorchester If a plcklo will dill, will a daffydll? Ernest Meyers, South Omaha I am the boob that put tho Jam In Jamaica. Wills ItNsiioolor, 181C Chicago Bfreet If tho Rome hotel Is magnificent, Is tho Ilor Grand? H. II. Cook, 210 Cedar 8treet-If Mayor Dahlman were pitched from a bucking broncho, Aiulu Jack Ryder? t Mis, M, A. Bextcn, 2K9 Capitol Aveinin If a man stays out luto his wlfo roasts him; If a woman stays out lato will tho flrclcss cooker? At a called meeting of tho cabinet It was doefded to go fishing If tho president Woodrow Wilson. Miss Emma IClotz, 2516 Charles If a girl refused to flirt with her sweethcurt, would the berry upoon? If paupers tiro poor Is Governor Aid-rich. I fnnVi.Kfv to SleeD Nervous headache, Irrlt.billtT.de.pondencyarc d SrfjS nerve force. Los. of sleep will quickly run you down. Neurasthenia will folio jr. You can build up your nerve forces with WaOTtov'a Qaft Nervine It U . nerve food and tonlo of tiln.r, J g on the nerve centers in - m and body. Unequaled for insomnia, ncxvuua "JL nervous dyspepsia, falling r memory and all neurasthenic 5 conditlous. It gives o de- i lightful consciousness of per- I feet health. Try It. ! WARNER'S SAFE COOK BOOK riritcoof toot if - It .m tr M tlf UUUnHt E3 WB .runt! EACH FOB A PURPOSE B 1- Kklnoy and Ut (Uuedr J 2 - III. -uomUc Remwlr I 3- DUImIM Kimxlr 4- Ailhm Reracdr PUlJ lllllloa.oti. ; i BOLD I1T Att DKlOOISTS YTrlta for a free ampl glrlnsr the number OI rem to 7 ausirra va Warners Sue Kmi Oct,!. - Rocht tr ic smnjf ui ed to . JloCo.. 0 htUr, N. Y. I mm mm t-mmi 38 Biggest Stock and Grain Farm Bar gain in the Corn Belt of 0 ACRES You are heroin offered tho Ideal farm for thoroughbred stock and gen eral farii.lnir, located In tho garden spot of tho middle west, richest soil in the world, producing tho best that la raised In this locality. l'ABTUIUO Thoro aro 36 acres of th(s farm of tho flneat quality blue grnsH and olovor upon which cattlo havo been feeding continuously sinco early March, and aro still feeding In thoso lato days of Novembor. This stock has re ceived their cntlro living from ihls rich pasture, having been maintained In prlmo condition and aro now ready for tho butcher'si block. Tho great productiveness of this pasture Is duo to a flowing well which kept tho samo in first clans condition all during the dry weather of last Hummer tut woll an tho summer before tho wator from this flowing well having boon controlled nnd distributed In such a way ai to benefit most of tho pasturo, when other pimturos throughout tho whole country woro dry and burned, and tho owners forced to feed tholr stock. Tills water flows abundantly tho year round (never freoslng In winter, and alwnya cool and fronh In aummor) hut whon not wanted can bo switched by means of piping to suit tho farmer. . ,, Alongsldo of tills pasture, and-ndjneent to tho feed yardu, in a fifteen aero tract of alfalfa sown hls paat year, and of u splendid stand. OOIIN 200 acres of this magnificent farm Is In corn, now mostly gathered and going hotter than CD bushels per aero. There Is no hotter corn land In all tho corn country than Is found on this farm, a good crop of which Is always assured, bocause every foot of It Is black, rich, fertllo soil, with no hard-pan, alkali, sand nor rock, noth ing hut clean, black valley noil, from' fifteen to thirty feet deop. AVI IK AT 0C acres of this groat valley form In In winter wheat, which wo havo every reason to expect will nvorago 40 bushels por acre. HA LAND 40 Acres outsldo of that abovo described is hay land, of tho' best qual ity In tho world timothy, rod clover and wild hay which haa cut a mam moth crop this year and Is now on tho ground to speak for Itself. VKHY 1115HT OV UU'ROVBMKNTB Buildings, Orchard, Feed Yards, etc., covering about 10 acros. Two Hots of Improvement! tho main place having a large and elegant 11 room house, modern In evory respect, bath, toilet, furnace, etc Size 30x40, built on atono foundation. Cistern of 120 barrels capacity, atone wator tank mipplled' wlth-wlnd-111III and piped to all buildings. ' Tho barn Is two ntorloH high, 30x60, with shed 12x30, granary In barn 10x40, harness room and other conveniences, Hog barn Is 30x60, ono atory, all divided In pons and breeding com partitionist other outbuildings such as chicken houses, wood houses, all conveniently arrungod. I.OOATION This placo commando the grandest vlow In the ontlro Missouri valley, overlooking tho beautiful city of Blair on Its uouth. within a ten minutes' wulk from the poatofflco, und on Its eaat is a pleasant and far reaching view of Iowa, any ono of sovon towns being visible to tho naked eyo on a uleaivday, and obJoctH plainly discernible with a floldglass In any of tueso tOWIl H To tho north atrotches tho rich and beautiful valleys and low IiIUh of tho Missouri for miles and nvllcs, with a similar view, on the west, SKCONI) BUT OP IMl'ItOVKMKNTS FOH TKNANT Consists of a good four room houso, barn 16x30, with shed 12x16, crib ' 12x110, two wolls and other Improvements, PIiHNTY OF FRUIT Bosldea all of tho other Improvements enumerated, thlB farm has one of tho finest orchards In eastern Nebraska, consisting mostly of winter apples, 1C0 In number; Wlncsaps, Jonathans, Ben Davis, Duchess, North western Greening, Urlmou Uoldon and several other varieties. 70 cherry trees, 12 pears, DO pouches, 100 plums, all of tho best varieties. Small fruit consist of grapes, raspberries, blackberries and other var ieties. OTIIKR ADVANTAGES With this farm one secureH practically all of the benefits and ad vantages ofa modern city, for, owing to Its close proximity to Ulalr, elec tricity or gafcan bo had at nominal cost. Content walks ore orderod laid within thrco hundred yards of your door. And besides, your family can enjoy all the benefits of the schools, churches and collego, tho latter bolng under the supervision of the state University, giving your children the advantage of any, or all the different branches of education without leaving home and without the expense of taking training In tlio larger cities away from' home environments. Blair nun extra good railroad facilities with Its two lines of railways, only 26 miles from Omuha, the third largest atock and grain market In the world. .... . .. All of theso advantages aro to be had without the expense of city taxeM, as tills farm la just outside tho city limits. PRICES AND TERMS This model farm and homo can bo hadtf-taken Immediately, for $135 por avre, and would bo cheup at 1160, Ono 30 uoro tract adjoining this farm, sold for $333.33 an aero, and annthor tract of 106 acres Just acrosH the road Is held at $300 por acre, an offer of $250 having been refused, and for a 10-acre strip tiff thlH farm wo havo a Btandlng offer of $300 per acre. Lund all about thin placo being held at much higher prices. A 40-acro tract wus cut up In 6-acro tracts and sold at $260 por aero four yeara ago, and Is now selling from $400 to $1,000 por acre. Mr. Stockman, Ranchman, or thoroughbred hog man, or large farmer, you who know tho ndvantago of a location; this farm is without doubt the best bargain wo havo ovor been ablo to offer at any price, and we want you to know that this Is no Idle real ostato talk, hut the plain unvarnish ed facts concerning this great fanr.'. No written description can do this placo justice . . . . x JitHt to show you our good faith and conviction In what we have said, we ask you, If In doubt, to wire or phone any bank In Blair at our expense and ascertain our standing and reputation. A look at this property, crops and all, will convince any man that this farm 1b everything, If not more than what wo clulm for it, Kor an Ideal home, or for an Investment, Hie above proposition can not bo equuled. This land will oaally be worth $200 per acre within three years, and anyone with tho money to swing it, cannot mako a better in vestment. . . . , It can be bought on tho best of terms If taken soon. Call, wire, phono or wrlto us. Wo also havo Home very choice forties, eighties, hundred and twenties and quarters ut bargain prices for December and January sales. THE DIXON REAL ESTATE CO., BLAIR, NEBRASKA. A little Bee want ad does the business. Everybody reads Bee want ads