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THE BEE: OMAHA, FliTDAY. JULY 30. im
city ropi:nrv pun a i.e.
((. or.ttnm rl
YOUR LAST CHANCE
To Buy a Lot in Summit
, or Levy s Addition
50 Lots on Easy Payments
;.Locnif6tt--between 29th nnd 30th streets, between Gold nnd
. ' Fred orick, streets. Take west side Hansoom Park car to 32d and
" (Jold streets,' Valk east to Boulevard, south (one block) to Elm,
- then 2i6t to. pounds. .
V- xY-',:al?. ADVANTAGES
ThetsO lota are close to schools, churches, car lines, Central
Boulevard, Ilanficom Park and twenty large labor employing in
' VustrietC . . :;. .
- .Choa'jWr than lota west of Benson having none of the city
." advantages. -
.H & absolutely ridiculous to sell these lots at such low prices
C. J)Ut w.e.w.ant to sell thein all the first day.
' .' Prices $250' and up $10.(M) down and $5.00 a month, h dis
.. counLj!or. i-adju-Kale isaturday, July 31, 1909, at 7 A. M. until
dark. Send for a. circular. ..J.
fx- ' ". ;;v ,: -.the. byron reed co., '
-r Phones-''hong. 297; A-3S34. ' 212 South 14th Street.
HOW DO-YOtI LIKE THESE
- TERMS t
TO')is2oO CASH, $5 TO $50
Tiililot near S.1d and Flnkney, 1125.
-Tlir lift, lirar "41nt and Camden Ave.,
Wry rlioUe Jots, liigh. alghtly location,
beautiful, vli w, two blocks south Mention
1. 1 t-ln e.n canter, arul Military A ve car linn,
i00 h 4.1a cAt.. V ir month. Will
build for ou after paying In small amount.
Uooxl i3-fjrfti . house, modern, lot 30x140
...ft.,; ulia'du. iwrirfunent walks, etc.; near
11th an Paul, if. 1:00. M00 rash..
Neat 5-room cottage, Kaa, clOHet, sewer,
full lot, permanent' walks, near 2Nth Ave.
Tnd I'ofiglasi J2.li0. ' '. .
Choice H-mnm" all modern residence, full
- Int.- nlcHy terraced; Inrxe shad trees; beat
location; ur 3.M anfl lJavenport, $3.7.r;0.
'Very dextrarile home place, 7 rooms,
tiinnVrn: frtll lof. south frnnti barn, shade,
"etc:; rhw to cur. A baiaain at il!,i60; easy
I'all und ee in fir easy terms as above
on thei. anil other piece offered at low
prl for nick : sale. ' - :
lU'NKKLL & McKITJHCK CO,.
4.: J lt.unun Hld. - 151 h and Harney Sts.
N'KW'il-rbnrn. phc afd"' one-half story
Iioumc, iliy ati, .'kIOT North 27th Ave.. Jutt
north o "oi't rftrpct and three blocks -ast
of Fin t 'inslm. l M); only $100 down and
moil lb ly. rny1 nt :thertaf ter, same as rent.
K?- 'viinit door north. Uemls, flrandrU)
Via." ' - '
West Farnam Lot
-fm 41 Ht.. "ie,i Iavenport, 50x125 ft.,
"'for K.UC; t ft above the street; new homes
J ll 'around rt.
x Harrison & Morton,
' ...... 't. i.tfi; Rl'ilk. Both. Tela.
VERY EASV TERMS
k-iiiunv.ouw, lu kuuiI liiipc. JjI'h cliau.
! ntte luuii t It.
2502 South 20th Ave.
NOWATA LAN l AND LOT CO.,
, . Unite f2 N. V. Life Blclg , Omaha, Neb.
' ' Thonu Red lrS.
2 six-room cottaajes and one five-room
. . cottnge .at 17th and X'astellar Bta., corner
lot 72x111 feet; houses newly painted and
papered inside and painted outside; prop,
erty In fine shape and rents for $o04; mak
t lug a, 12.b,cr. Cy-nt iuvestmeiit. Price 4,2uO,
W. R. Homan,
. , - J2 Board, of Trade.
'' CHEAPFJJT.'CODNEB IN OMAHA.
13Hxl82, cloaf ny excellent warehouse alia;
on car line; paving paid both streets. Snap
-ULQVER REALTY SYNDICATE). .
larga grounds, on Florence
r ..4 t boulevard. Price, $7,000. ."
P. O NIFXBEN CO.,
703 N. Y. L. Bldg. Both Phones.
A Prize-Winning- Story
Mrs. Brown's Luck.
Lleanore Meltnr, Malvern, la., duuKhler of
- Qeorga Mollor. Last teacher Mixa Potta.
Fourteen years old. Sf-venth grade.
CslKL for general houseworki a ones;
110 washing. St.
. .. "ChJIdrenj come here," said Mrs. Brown. '
"I have received a telegram telling me that
..grandma is very ill, and I must conTo at
nee. Thore Is no one to keep house an-l
take care of you, u I don't know what J
"Tafeo us along," said both tha children.
"No, I couldn't do that; you are both In
school, and If J should take you along you
.would annoy grandma and be in the way."
Mrs. Frown was to leava tha next morn
ing and she was worried sick about tha
children and her mother.
William, tha oldest child, remembered
" that one of hi friend's mother had adver
' tleed in Tha Bee for a girl, ao ha told his
. mother about It.
. "I never had thought of that," aald Mra.
Brottu. "I will telephone right away t
- . Tha -Be of flea and have them put In an
. Tha above ad was put in Tha Baa at once.
That nignt fine looking young girl
. came to the houte,. which proved to be a
good cook ai d housekeeper.
Mra. Brown left In tha morning and
- found her mother a little better when aha
" Mra. Brown owes her thar.ks to Tha Boa
advertising page for the prompt attention
: fctid tha good it doaa.
"" Tha Omaha Bea has been" kept In tha
Brown fao.tly aver afterwarda.
' .--.f-f '
V.V.'e.OAN'yOU WRITE A
.. ; , suppose
REAL ESTATE .
city riioi'Kiirv run sale.
H'ontln jed -
Brick house, full lot.
Lt than half the cost to build the house.
Enty terms; better look this up.
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO..
8ulte 624 N. Y. Life Ulug.
'Phone lied 1st. Omaha, Neb.
BOITLKVARD HOt;SK. K Nrrih mm St..
I rooms modern, only U.600. . Thomas
Bran an. Hoom 1 Nw York Lit Bide
WE are sole agents for tha following:
Five rooms, partly modern, 4541 N 24th
Klx rooms, modern, 4313 Seward St., $10.
Hix rooms, modern except heat, 123 N.
37th St., $18.
Six rooms, modern, TMO Fowler Ave., $30.
fclx roonm, modern, 2215 Lake St., $27.50.
Six rooms, modern, 3032 Meredith Ave.,
Seven rooms, modern, hot water heat, 609
S. 2th Ave., $45.
Seven rooms, modern, 2206 N. 21st St.,
' Mx rooms, modern, 255 Harney St., $35.
Four and 5-room apartments, 6 minutes'
walk from postofflce, oak finish, elegantly
decorated, steam heat, Janitor service, tile
bath room, window shades and curtain
rods, $40 to $05. Will ahow ' you through
HASTINGS & HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St,
BEAUTIFUL SHADE TREES
On Florence Boulevard, 1 blocks north of
Ames Ave.; large lot 78 feet- east front In
setting; -of native forest trees. House Just
completed; has hot water heat, large living
room, obk iitnsn and many up-to-aata lea-
tures. f'tce $7,000. House open.
Harrison & Morton,
913 N. Y. Life, r
$4,150 TO $3,800
For laixo coiner lot, with cottage, 7
rooms and bath room, located southwest
rorner ot 2ili and C harles ts;' plenty of
room for me or three more bouses. If
you want tins property act quickly. W.
H. Urlfflth. Owner, 2523 Chicago bt. Tel.
West Farnam District
Built by day labor, 7 rooms, hall, parlor
dining room, kitchen downstairs; 3 bed
rooms ana aatn up; oak and hard pine fin
lah; combination fixtures: hot water heat:
full cemented basement; laundry; large
iuv; permanent walks;- l1 bloka to Far
nam cur; close to scbooia and churches.
TERMS. $5,200. ,
$75-77-79 Brandeia 'Bldg. Douglas 189$.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY
. FOR 3 ALE WITH VS. .
P. O. NIF.LSEN Jb CO., ,
703 N. Y. L. Bldg. Both Phonea.
STORV LIKE THIS!
CITY 1-UOI'n.HIV IUH SAI.K.
2T K(V)T KRHNTAGK.
On 2ih St., biwn Kim nnd OaK FtI
II lmrro ements in Hrwt and Jairl for.
Thle would make a fin- location (or a
few brick flati and would he cheap at
tin pr foot, but owner needs money at
onip and will consider any reasonable of
' O. Kylander, 832 N. T. Life.
7-Room, All Modern
Hot water heat; a new two-story square
house, lera than a year old. all nice large
.rooms; fine full haeenient; barn: fine full
south frnnt lot: half block from 34th Ft.
a little north of Ame Ave. This Is easily
worth $4 OJO, but It must be sold at once:
will submit offer of $.1,500; on reasonable
terms; might consider smaller property In
exchange; don't fall to Investigate this
J. RASP CO.,
SEVEN-ROOM ALL MODERN.
(89-91 Brandeia Bldg. Doug 1653. A 1653.
Get Out of the Rut
Every Dollar in Rent is Lost
BOHTH FRONT, KM and Lafayette Ave.;
T rooms: modern; parlor, dining room,
kitchen, bedroom and bath downstairs; 3
bedrooms up; hardwood finish; nicely dec
orated; cistern; larga lot; shrubbery and
trees; paved street; H block to car.
876-77 Brandeia Bldg. Douglaa 2S98.
LIST your property with Chris Boyer, 22d
and Cuming 81a (l aOt
8-Room cottage near 27th and
Burdette. I'rce, $1,400. Terma.
P. O. NIELSEN CO..
703 N. Y. L. Bldg. Both Phones.
FINE noma, In good repair; four lots;
8-room house. Address, Box 851, Loup City,
for quick returns. Hat your real eatats
for sale and exchange with me, no aale,
no pay. W. W. Mitchell, Board of Trade
Bldg . Omaha. Nab.
FARM AfljD HA.C1I LAND FOR ALB
IOWA CORN AND ALFALFA FARMS.
320-acre Improved farm, 4 miles from
town, $S5 per acre.
lHO-acroi Improved farm, 4 miles from
town, $f5 per acre.
120-acre Improved farm, i miles from
tow n, $75 per acre.
500-arre Improved farm, 1 mile from
town, $"7.50 per acre.
8R-arre improved farm, 3 mllei from
town, $' per acre.
320-acre unimproved farm, 4 mllea from
town, $40 per acre.
160-acre unimproved farm, 4 mllea from
tow n, $40 per acre.
160-acre unimproved farm, 4 mllea from
town, $40 per acre.
fiOO-acre unimproved farm, 8 mllea from
town, $40 per acre.
750-arre unimproved farm, halt mite from
town, $T.O per acre.
Cut this out and write to
II. L. CRAVEN & CO., Onawa, Ia.
For' sale cheap, stock and grain farm.
1.000 acrea at $20 per acre. Well Improved.
150 miles northwest of Omaha. Want to
deal directly with buyer. Might take
part In a stock of merchnrttne. Addresa
K, Omaha. Bee, 15 Scott St., Council Bluffs,
Idaho Carey Act Lands. '
Now open for entry In the choicest
agricultural section of the northwest.
Tha Snake River Valley, Southern Idaho.
State Government SuDervlalon.
For free Information on Irrigated Lands
write U. il. llurtt. Bouie. Idaho.
GOOD New Mexico lands, $? to $10 per
acre, in tracts or 4,000 to 200.000 acres
Water for Irrigation. Raise all kinds of
frraln and fruit. Also Irrigated farms In
Colorado, and safe money-making Irriga
tion projects. The Hagudorn Investment
company, 1818 Tremont St., Denver, Colo,
?0 ACRES well Improved Und. Red
River Valley, Minnesota. Nothing better
on earth, $43.00 per acre. F. J. McMahon
Kndlcott, St. Paul. Minn.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN 4 acres
near Harrlsburg. Banner county. Neb.;
practically all level. Wrlta A. E. Lind
strom, Yankton, S. D.
Improved Buffalo' county farm, 220. acrea
in cultivation: balance meadow and pas
ture; a bargain, $35 an acre.
480 acres Improved Rock county dairy
farm: this la a ood one and Improve
ments fine; price $34 an acre.
800 acres choice level wheat land that
win grow as much wheat to tha acre as
any $100 land. Price $15 an acre.
W. W. MITCHELL,
Board of Trade Bldg.,
Omaha. Neb. ..
One Firm Produced 2,442,478
Sold 2,117,482 Bbls. in June
in Nowata Co.
4891.040 aores of rich valley land, all
smooin ana part ol same is In a high
atate of cultivation; this land is located
within three miles of Watova, Okl., and
six miles from Nowata, Okl ; a.000 acres
of It Is practically In one body and 240
acres Is located three miles soutn; the
land Is well worth $25 an acre; an excep
tionally good bargain at $20 per acre.
.We have land In Nowata Co., In any sixa
tract you may desire from 6 acrea up at
prices ranging from $10 to $? per acre.
There are 4.500 flowing oil wells In No
wata Co. Natural gas Is sold at 2c per
l.Ofci ruble f.-et. You might get an oil well
with your land.
Average rainfall In Nowata counry. 38
inches per annum; average from March 1
to October 1. 24 Inches, and distributed lust
Ooort water la found from 20 to 40 feet.
Find Nowata county on your map.
Ihe Oklahoma A Cherokee Central R. R.
east and WjHt throuifh tills county Is a
certainty. Land will probably double In
vaiue witnin two years, you can t arrorrt to
mine thl opportunity. AskMo. Pac. ticket
agent about low rates to Nowata. Come
In and see us or write
NOWATA LAND LOT CO..
Suits 824 N. Y. Lift Bldg.
Phono R.?d lit Omaha. Neb
M lace 1 lsua
WE taava extra good aoil at 8350 PER
ACRE and up In CHEYENNE, BANKER
and KIMBALL counties, Nebraska.
ii extra gooa son ai 9-J r'rJrt
. V "nil"! . lllliw UK u&.i TLn.
This is coming under Irrigation.
W have virt m ciA Ks.il tic n l- t
ACRE and up In EASTERN SOUTH DA
KOTA. NOW, but not much later. For informa
tion and particulars, addrete
103 4 MrCague Bldg. Omaha. Neb.
1'liuua Doug. Ui2, AJtil
FARM A.Nu lt l l.lU FOR A LB
40 ACRES unimproved timber land.
Laclede Co., Mo.. $.Ki; terms. $10 down, $6
per month.IIolt Realty C'o.. lebanon. Mo.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
$10 ta $1 0,009 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Vi ad Bldg.. Uth and Farnam.
15.19 TO $5,000 on homes In Omaha. O Keef e
Real Estate Co.. 1001 N. Y. Ufa. Doug, or
riVH PER CENT MONKY
to lorn on
Omaha Business Properly.
Room 1. New Vork Life Rldg.
REAL estate purchase money, mortgages
nd contracts bought. Antelope Investment
company, old Boston Store Bldg.
OARVIN BROS.. 0$ N. T. Life. $509 to
$100,000 on Improved property. No delay.
WANTED-City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith Co.. 1320 Farnam St.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loana. Peters Truat Co.
PAYNK. ROSTWICK CO., N. Y. Life
Private money, $uO0 to $5,000; low rata,
SECOND MORTGAGE loana negotiated.
Apply Rooms 417-18 First Nat l Bank Bldg
Bell Phona Douglaa $311
LOWEST RATES Berala, Brandeia Bldg.
WANTED to buy for cash, retail lumber
yard, doing good business. In central Ne
braska; will make quick deal for good
proposition. Addres Y 537, care Omaha
olea In old line companies. The Putnam
company, 504 New Vork Life.
WAWTBTl 1 lar.a mnft' with o .,1 m-j m
book capacity. Addrexs M 271. Bee.
WANTED to Ruy. id-hand motor buggy
In good condition. Chas. B. Kastncr, Coun
cil Bluffs. la. H. F. D., No. 6.
SECOND-HAND underfeed furnace. J. R,
Salisbury, Tel. Web. 1468 or 2287.
BEST price paid for second-band furni
ture, carpets, clothes ana shoes. Tel. Doug.
BEST price paid for 2d-hand furniture,
stoves, clothing. W. Rosenblatt, Tel. D. 5401.
BALTIMORE 2d-hand store pays best
price 2d-hand furniture, clothea. eto. D. 42u6.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED Desk room for local agent,
stenographer. Addresa or 'phona Room 612,
i j .......... ... ii ... .1
WANTED One or two furnished or tin
furnished rooms, with board, with nice
quiet family, by married couple. Address
F 179, Bee, or phone Harney 4741.
Notice of Stockholders Meeting;.
To the stockholders or THE MISSOURI
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY:
In coformlty with the requirements ot
the Constitutions and laws of the Btates
of Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska and the
by-laws of the Company, . YOU ARlS
HEREBY NOTIFIED that by resolution of
the Board of Directors of The Missouri
Pacflc Railway Company duly adopted at
a meeting of said Board on the 29th day of
May, A. L., IMO. a meeting of the stock
holders of The Missouri Pacific Railway
Company has been called to be held at the
office of the Company, Room 708 Missouri
Pacing Building. In the City ot St. Louis,
In tha State of Missouri, on the sixtn day
of August, A. D. 1909, at nine o'clock In the
(1) For the purpose of considering a Con
tract and Articles of Consolidation bearing
data the 2th day of May, l'.Hfcr, heretofore
niade and entered. Into by and on behalf of
The Misourl Paclflo RaUuay Company and
the following named -co pot atlona by order
ui meir respective Byrd ot Directors:
The Kansas and Csrfado Paeifia Rail
way Company, a conuoiitjated corporation
of the Stale of Kansas;
The Central Branch Railway Company, a
consolidated- corporation of the Slate of
The Rooks County Railroad Company, a
corporation of the Stale of Kan;
Tha Nevada and Mtnden Railway. Com
pany, a corporation ot the esiaAa or alia
Nevada and Mlnden Railway Company of
rw.ani.as, a corporation of the Sial oi
Kansas City and Southwestern Railway
Company of Miosourt, a corporation ol Ihu
State of Missouri:
Kansas City and Southewestern Railway
Company, a corporation of the State of
The Fort Scott Central Railway Com
pany, a consolidated corporation of .tha
oiaie oi ivansas;
KanoDolls and Kansas Central Railwav
Company, a corporation ot the State ot
The Kansas Southwestern Railway Com.
pany, a corporation of the Stale of Kansas,
and . -
The LeRoy and Can Valley Air Line
Railroad Company, a corporation ot the
mute oi ivansas.
U) For the purpose of voting upon the
question whether such Contract and Ar
ticles of Consolidation, bo made and en
tered Into, ahall be ratified, assented to, ap
proved and adopted and such consolidation
consummated or whether such Contract
and Articles of Consolidation ahall be re
jected: (.3) To consider and vote upon the adop
tion of a resolution accepting the provi
sions of Article 11 of Chapter 12 of the Re
vised' Statues of the State of NLbdourl,
lssy, and to authorise the fil?ng thereof,
all aa required by Section numbered 1059 of
such Revised Statues in tha case' ot con
solidation of railway corporations; and
whereby all or any of said corporations
and The Missouri Paclflo Railway Company
have agreed to consolidate In the whole,
and to consolidate tha stock of the re
spective companies making such consolida
tion, and to form and make under and pur
suant to the laws of the States ot Mbtsourl,
Kansas and Nebraska, a new, consolidated
corporation, to be known as The Missouri
Pacific Railway Company, owning, con
trolling, posseMsing and bringing under one
management all and singular the lines of
railroad and other properties, real .personal
and mixed, powers, rights, privileges, Im
munities and franchise, belonging to any
of the companies makinr such consolida
tion, upon the terms and conditions fixed
and atated by said Contract aad Articles of
(4) To take any other action In the pre
misea, and to transact any other business
that may properly come before the meet
ing. Such Contract and Articles of Consolida
tion will be submitted to the mee!iu i,r
the stockholders so called for examination I
ann every aiofKiwihier - attending will be
furnished with a printed copy thereof, and
at any time before such meeting any stock
holder will he furnished with a printed
copy of audi Contract and Articles of Con
solidation upon application thereor during
business hours to the Asnlntant Secretary
of the Company, at the of five of the Com
pany In the Cliy of St. Louis. Missouri.
Dated May 29th, lfw.
OF.OROE J. GOl'LD,
President of The Missouri Pacific Railway
A. H. CALEF.
Secretary of The Missouri Paclfin Railway
ADVERTISE IN THE
BEST IN THE WEST
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
office of Indian Affairs, YVaaliiiiglou
D. C, July 7. l.M. Sealed propoxate for
letting District No. 1, in ihe Crow Creek
Indian Reservation, South Dakota, for
grazing purposes, either under a lease or
by permit, will be received at the office of
tha Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Wash
ington. D. C. until 2 o'clock p. m., on
Monday, August 9, 1M, and will be im
mediately thereafter cptned In the pres
ence of such bidders as may attend. Mapa
showing the location of th district and
all necessary information mtv be obtained
on application to the superintendent of the
Crow Creek Indian School. Crow Creek
South Dakota. R. Q. Valentine, Co-nm a'
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. OF
flee of Indian Affairs. Washington. D C.
Sealed proposal, for letting Districts Noa.
till and A. In the Crow Indian Reserva
tion. Montana, for gtasing puiposea. either
under a laase or by permit, will a. received
at the office of the Commissioner of In
dttn Affairs. Washington, D. C . until t
o'clock p. m.. on Monday, August 2. I!1.
and will be Immediately thereafter opened
In the presence of such bidders as may at
tend. Maps showing the location of tha
districts and all necessary Information
may ba obtained on application to tha
superintendent ot the Crow Indian School,
t'tow Agency, Montana. R. O. VALEN
TINE Acting Commissioner. Jy3 Ujot
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
office of Indian Affairs. Washington,
D. C, . Staled proposals for letting
District No. 2, in tho Cheyenne River In
dian Reservation. South Dakota, for grat
ing purposes. fUJier under a leaae or by
permit, will be received at the office of the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Wash
ington, D. C , until 2 o'clock p. m., on
Monday. August SO. lUCN, and will be imme
diately thereafter opened In the prenence
of such bidders as may attend. Slaps
showing the location of the districts and
all necessary Information may be obtained
on application to the Superintendent of the
Chevenne River Indian school. Cheyenne
River Agency. South Dakota. R. O. Val
entine, Commissioner. Jy21d30t
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Office of Jmliun Affairs. WashlnKion. D.
C, July 7, ls9. Sealed proposals for lnitlnc1
Dintrict No. 1 In tha It. d Luke Indian Res-i
ervation. Minnesota, for grafting purpose;, I
eUli.r under a lease or by permit, will b -i
received at the office or Commlss oner of ,
Indian Affairs, Washington. D. C, until 4
I o ti.K-k p. m on Monday. August 9, l!.
and will be Immediately thereafter opened
in the presence of such bidders as may ai
ten 1. Maps showing the location of the
district and all necessary Information may
be obtained on application to the superin
tendent of the Red 1-ake Indian School,
K' d Luke. Minnesota. K. G. Valen'ina,
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
office of Indian Affairs, Washington.
D. C, . Staled proposals for letilng
grailng privileges on the Biackfeet Indian
Resor ation, Montana, under the permit
system, will ba received at the office of
the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Wash
ing, D. C, until 2 o'clock, p. m., on Mon
day, August 110. l'.iO.i, and will be Immed
iately theieafter opened In tha presence
of such bidders as may attend. Maps
showing the location of the reservation
and all necessary Information may be ob
tained on application to the Superintendent
of the Ulackfeet Indian school, Browning,
Mont. R. O. Valentine, Commissioner.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
UNION STATION -lOTll AND MASON
Chlrago A Northwestern
Omaha-Chicago Spe'l...a 8:02 pm a 7:40 am
Colorado-Chicago a 6:20 pm a 3 28 pm
laciflo Coast-Chicago, a 6:00 pm a 3:24 pm
Chicago Daylight Spe'l.a 7:40 am all:.!o pm
Omaha-Chicago Local. .al2:06 am all:35 pm
Limited - a 9:10 pm al2:35 pm
Overland Limited all. 50 pm a 7:15 am
Fast Mall.. a 9:04 am
Fast Local, Cedar
Rapids-Omaha a 3:35 pm
Omaha-Carroll Local. ..a 3:45 pm a 9:30 am
NORTHWESTERN LINK NORTH.
Twin City and 1 axota
Daylight a. 7:45 am al0:20 pm
Minnesota and Dakota.. a 7:00 pm
Twin City Limited tin pin a 7:05 am
Sioux Cliy Local a $.45 pin a 1:2$ pin
Omaha a 9:30 am
Omaha all -.00 am
NORTHWESTERN LINE WEST.
Norfolk-Uoneateel a i :50 am a 10: 80 pm
Lincoln-Long Pine ....a 7:50 am all:00 am
Norfolk-South Platter.. ,b 0:15 pm b 6:20 pm
Hastings-Superior o 2:1j pm b 5:20 pro
Dead wood Hot Springs a 8:55 pm a 6:20 pm
Casper-Lander a 3:65 pm a 11:00 am
Fremont-Albion b 6.30 pm b 1:35 pm
Overland Limited aT SOam all :40 pm
Colorado Express a 3 50 pm a 6:00 pm
Atlantic Express , a 9:20 am.
Oregon Express a 4:10 pm at:00pm
Los Angeies Limited. ...a!2 56 pm a 8:50 pm
Fast Mali a 7:20 am a 6:45 pm
China and Japan Mall.. .a 4:00 pm a 6:46 pm
North Platte Lccal a 8:16 am a 4:46 pin
Colo. Chicago Special.... al2:10 am a 7:05 am
Beatrice & 6tromsburg
Local bl2:40 pm 1-40 pm
Valley Local (motor via
Lane Cut-Off) al0:00am a $ :45 pm
Valley Local (motor).... a 5:90 pm a 9:00 am
Hastlngs-Suatrlor b 1:11 pm b5:20pra
Chicago, Rock Island A Paolflo .
Rocky Mountain Lto ...a 8:10 am all:06 pm
Iowa Local a 6:40 am a 4:80 pm
The Mountaineer a 7:12 am a 2:55 am
Des Moines Local a 4:00 pro a 12 30 pm
Iowa Local bl0.36 am b 9:65 pm
Chicago-Eastern Ex a 4:40 pm al:10 pm
Chicago-Nebraska Ltd. a 8:08 pm a 9:05 am
Tha Mountaineer a 4:08 am a 7:85 am
(for .Lincoln) ......a 8:30 am
Co'o. and Cal. Ex a 1:20 pin
Okla. and Texas Ex a 4:40 pin
Rocky Mountain Ltd..all:12 pm
a 1:00 pm
a 3:0j am
Chicago Great Westers
St. Paul-Minneapolis..... 8:30 pm 8:15 am
St. Paul-Minneapolis 7:30 am 11:20 pm
Chicago Limited 8:1 pm - 9:16 am
I hit-ago, MIlTvaakee St. Pawl
Chicago and Colo- Spec a 7:35 am all:40 pm
Cal. and Oregon Ex. ...a 8:00 pm a 3:26 pm
Overland Limited all 48 pm a 7:15 am
Perry Local b 6:15 pro bll:56 am
Chicago Express a 7:16 am a 8:46 pm
Chicago Limited a6:0upm a 7:1 am
Minn.-St. Paul Exp b 7:16 am
Minn. -St. Paul Ltd a 6:00 pm a 7:15 am
Omaha-Ft. Dodge Local. b 4:14 pm 011:34 am
St. Loula Ex a . 30 pin a9:2taro
St. Louis Local (from
Council Bluff a) a$:0ba,m all:U pm
Stanbarry Local (from
Council Bluffs) b 6:00 pm blO.16 am
K. C. and L. Ex. a, 9:00 am 7:00 era
K. C. and St. L. Ex all:16 pm a t 50 pm
'Local pabsengers not carriua on traiua
Nos. 1 and 2.
BLHLLXGTON BTA. lOTU A MA SO
.a 4.10 pm a 3.4a pm
.a 4:10 in a 8.10 pm
Denver and California...
Puget Sound Ex
Lincoln Fast Mall....
a :iu pm a :10 pm
all. 50 pm a 7:05 am
a $.20 am a 8:10 pm
. h 1 :2ll til n a IV IX ...
.a 9:15 am a 8:10 pin
':2fi urn a 7 Ml i.m
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Piiit iKiiioiK li-iowa. ....
b 3 C."i nm l.lfl JO
a 9:1S am ' a 8:50 am
Y.i llevue-Plattamouth ..al3:0 nm
a 2 40 pm
a 7 .06 am
a 3 55 pm
a 8 00 am
all .to am
all 30 am
a 6 45 am
a 6:10 pm
Colorado l.iinuwl all:58pm
ftiiCiko Ltt. a7:-;irn
Chicago Ex a 4 20 pin
Chicago Flyer x 6 38 pin
Iowa Local :....a9:15am
St. Louis Ex a 4:40 pm
Kansaa City and St. Jo.al0:46 pm
Kansas City and St.' Jo. a 9:15 am
Kansaa City and Si. Jo. a 4:40 pm
WEBSTER STA 15TII A WUBSTKR
Paul, Minneapolis Jt
filoux City Express b 2:0o pm bll'45 am
Omaha Local c 6:20 pm
Sioux City Passenger... ', b 9:20 pm
Twin City Pai finger... b 6:30 am
Sioux Cliy Local c 8.35 ain
Emerson Local b 6 56 ptn b 9:10 am
Auburn Local b 3:50 pm bll 90 am
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, o Sun
day only, d Daily except baiuiday.
1MAA a-OUJ 1)AT AT 63a.
Weeij 8UU Between aloauaaX uutu
T days on ine Muiilui Si Lawreoe
titer aud the aliarlset oceaa rout la htj
ropa. Nothing aotter on the Atlantic than lu
LuipiesiMi VVIreleaa on all steaoiera,
first olaaa, seceaa, gtii ae -'
a your t:cket sxent. or write far aj
Ua. raiea a. d onokiet
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8J3 Dwata Clark St Chicago
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SAILING JANUARY 20,1910
Cost in ortly400andupfor 73 days
Crutit Dipt Whit S4.rLint,NY,rnfttr;fo
J.oy Rider Bland
Caught by Police
Man Who Smashed A. D. Brandeis'
Car ii Finally Overhauled and
Harry Bland, the chauffeur who Is alleged
to have wrecked the big automobile belong
ing to A. D. lliandels Tuesday niornlnj,
wus caught near Sixteenth and Leaven
nvrth atreets about 10 o'clock Thursday
morning and is now confined In the city
Hand Is supposed to have stolon the ma
chine from the Electric gaiae on Farnam
h.i et and taken out a crowd of friends
on a ' Joy" rule. The machine was found
c.i.ly TueHday morning a. total wreck near
a tch phone pole in Rlvervlew park.
Since his "Joy" ride Bland Is thought to
have been In hiding at his home at 701
South Sixteenth street. Officers have- been
watering that place afid this morning saw
him ihu i' his home.
Auto Runs Down
a Messenger Boy
Accident at Sixteenth and Davenport
Wednesday Evening Reported
to the Police.
John Nugent, a messenger boy, was run
down by an automobile Wednesday even
ing about 8 o'clock, while riding on his
bicycle at the corner of Sixteenth and Dav
enport streets. The auto, Nugent olalins,
was running nearly fifteen miles an hour,
and, coming dow n" Davenport street, bore
down upon him from the rear, destroying
his wheel and injuring one of his legs
Nugent took the number of the machine,
which was "5402 Neb." and notified the po
lice station. A complaint will be filed
against the owner of the machine bearing
that number. Nugent declares there were
six or eight people In the car, and that
Instead of stopping to help him, tha driver
turned on more speed and ran away.
A Dangerons Wound
Is rendered antiseptic by Bucklen's Arnica
Salve; the healing wonder for aores, burns,
piles, ecsema and salt rheum. 25c. Sold
by Beaton Drug Co.
When You' Buy Your Ticket East
Specify ThalT It Shall Read Via ;
New York Central Lines
From Chicago th Choic of Two Roat '
Lake Shore or Michigan Central
From St. Lout . .
THE BIG FOUR ROUTE
These routes are by the shores of the Great Lakes,
Niagara Falls, Mohawk River and Hudson River or
Berkshire Hills. . , . .
Land you IN the city of New York at Grand Central
Station and in Boston at the South Terminal Station.
COOL SCENIC WATER LEVEL
insuring comfortable riding by day and sleep at night.
Reduced rates advertised by local lines from Oman .
. or other points to New York, Boston and other Eastern
resorts are good via our lines, with liberal stop-over
privileges at Niagara Falls and other points, and
option of boat trips by Great Lakes or Hudson River .
without extra charge.
Ask the ticket agent with whom you discuss your
Eastern trip, or
For literature, time-table or other Information, '
WARRKN J. LYNCIl,
Pawsengeir Traffic Manager,
Low Faires (East
Round Trips From Omaha to
Atlantic City, N. J... $40.70
Asfcury Park, N. J.. . .$40.35
Boston, Mass .$40.60
Concord, N. H $40.35
Detroit, Mich. $25.00
These are only a few of
mer tourist fares on sale daily to many resorts in the east
MILWAUKEE &' ST. PAUL
Long limit summer tourist fares to Wisconsin, Mich
igan, New York Stateew England and Canadiau resorts.
Let us plan your trip' and arrange all the details. Infor
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F. A. NAB II, Tickets, 1524 Farnam St.,
General Western Agent Omah, Neb.
UNION PACIFIC RIGHT-OF-WAY
Important Suit Will Be Settled in
State Courts. '
FOUR HUNDRED FEET IN WIDTH
Kffort to KstaMlsh Validity ot
Title tirona nt of Cn Com
Ins 1 p from North
The heniin. In th eas of the T'nlurt
Pacific Railroad company against ,W. M.
Ciiiinlnahatn. K"' U. Tabor, aa trustee of
the estate of George W. Stewart, bankrupt,
sml the city of North Platte, which was
set for North Platte-, has been dismissed
by JudKO V. H. Mnnger for want of Juris
diction and without prejudice to complain
ant. The quest Inn arose as lo the right of tha
Ttilon Pacific through a portion of tha
city of North Platte under Its right-of-way
as granted by congress. This act gave to
the railroad company a TlRht-ot-way of 409
feet, 200 feet on each lde of Its tracks.
It appeared that the defendant had en
tered upon the poiwsslon of a frMn of
this right-of-way arid llad so occupied
for twenty years as Individual and claimed
the rlt;ht of contlnnoim posjesKlon. Ths
premises had been transferred by Tabor
to Cunningham, and It was shown by tha
evidence that Ilia land. In controversy la
situated OB a pari of tha right-of-way.
The defendants claimed that tha land wag
not being used by tho railroad company.
While Judge Monger sustains., fhs, plea of
Cunningham lis at the samo time, decide
that the railroad company liu the right of
The amount in controversy being lesa
than 82.000, the value of the land being
about SiOO, Juilge Munger directs that tha
case be dismissed from the federal court
for want of Jtirixdlctkin.
The case w 111 therefore have to ba fought
out In tho atate courts. The Important
feature of the decision Is (he affirmation
of the title of the railroad company to Its
400 feet of right-of-way, which haa been
similarly decided In the United State cir
cuit court of appeal in other case involv
ing trespass on the rtglits-of-way of rail
roads. Delay in :sm.-nsacing Treatment for a
slight Irregularity that could have been
cured quickly by Foley' Kidney Remedy
may result In serious kidney disease.
Foley' Kidney Remedy build up the worn
out tissues and strengthen then organ.
Sold by all druggist.
Mt. Clemens, the Mineral Bath City,
Is reached without change of cars only by
tha Grand Trunk Railway System through
Time tables and a beautiful descriptive
pamphlet will be mailed free on application
to W. S. Cookson, A. Q. P. A., 1 Adam
If you have anything to aell or trade
and want qutuk action, advertise It In
The bee Want Ad column.
Montreal, Que. . . , . .$35.00
New York City. . , . ... .$40.50
Quebec, Que; .$38.00
Portland, Me. , . . ; . .$42.35
Toronto, Ont, ........ $30.60
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