Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, August 05, 1909, Page 10, Image 10
THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY. AUGUST 5. MOD. OFFERED FOR SALE itlr-llm.mmma f oa t I a ae d . Scholarship If you Intend taking a conr In business college, e ti about a scholarship. W will sell yon on at a saving to you. Ad disss O t&. car Bm. FOR RENT. For Pal and Furnished Room cards, lhe each. Corev A McKenne Printing Company, 111 8. 14th St Second Hand Boilers We will aell two boilers that have been in use at tha Be building. They are tac'i 176-horseprr return tubular boiler. 7S lnch diameter by 18 feet long. They have 188 C. I. tube, I Inches bylJ feet. Work ing presaur ISOpound per square Inch. Heat atirfaoa 11,008 square (ret. Grata area 32' aquara fee. We are vary anxious to dispone of these boilers Immediately and will aell at a bar gain. If taken at one. THE PEE BUILDING COMPANY. 17th and Farnam Si- Omaha, Neb. BALLOON and pararhute for ante. Price r.S. Good ahape. Address Box 221, Belle Fourcb. 8. D. For aula, a hot water ' heating plant good condition mod pew Inlaid linoleum for 'ore. Call at Leffexf. 409 Broadway Coundl Bluff a. SUITS a old up to Mn. gAXJS VOLLMER'9, 107 8. lth 8t. OSTEOPATHY JOHNSON. INS.. 411 N. T. I Tel. D. 1M Dr. Katberya Nicholas. 0I N. Y. U Bide PATENTS V. O. BARN ELL. paxtn Bile Tel. Red 7U7. HUFFMAN, $18 Nevllla Bldg.. Book free. WILLARD EDDT. registered practitioner In U. S. Patent Office. N. Y. L. Bldg. D. 964 SUITS aold 'ip to $.10. PALE $15. VOLLMERS. 107 S. 16th St. PERSONAL OMAHA Stammerers' Ins.. Ramge Bldg. THE SALVATION ARMY solicits castoff clothing; in fact, anything you do not need. We collect, repair and sell at 134 N. 11th St . for cost of collection to the worthy poor. Call pbona Douglas 4136 and wagon nlll call. DR. EOGERS; private confinement noma, 1S16 Martha St tel. Douglas 6230. HALL'S safes, few. Id-hand. 1818 Farnam. PRIVATE home during confinement; bablea adopted. Tbe Good Samaritan Sani tarium, 740 1st Ave., Council Lluffs. la. AT A fTNTYTTf! treatment. Mme. Smith, MluniJliU 522 g 16th St.. third floor. MASSAGE AND BATHS. Mineral batha, electric, vibrating and Swedish massage. 30$ Old Boston Store. MRS. AMES of Wash., D. C. manicuring, mass-age, 1724 Cap. Ave., parlor, basement. YOUNG WOMEN coming to Omaha as strangers are invited to visit the Young Women's Christian association. 17th and Howard Ste.. where they will be directed to suitable boarding places or otherwise as sisted. A deaconess representing the asso ciation meets traina at the Union station as travelers' aid. PROF. Q. K. DINJIAN, EXPERT MASSEUR, resturea health, makes you look nice and plump, removes nervousness, put your stomach, bowels, liver and kid neys In good order; Improves the blood cir culation by massage. Have you tried ltf Correct massage la especially conductive to good health. Call 405 B Bldg. D. 863. MAGNETIC treatment. Emmelin Brott, ZZ1S 6. 16th. Doug. 6LS6. PRIVATE confinement home. Mrs. Dr. King, 1324 N. 24th. Tel. Web. 3059. Ind. B-15&3. A. D. S. REMEDIES axe made from the elected formula or recipe of 12.000 cf the leading retail druggists of the United States. There axe forty-nine drug stores In Omaha who aell A. D. 8. remedines and very remedy la positively guaranteed to do all that la claimed for It Schaefer's stores are A. D. 8. Stores. PRINTING THE Quality Press, artlatlo commercial printers, have moved from 312 8. ISth to Ul$ Harney St Douglas 664L HOLLAND printing Co.. 110 8. 17th St ' CASTLEMAN Printing Co.. 1611 Cap. Ave, YAFFH Prlnttn Co, $07 Boston St Bldg. Thie Story Was to Win Howard Find $ PoitUi By Frances Byrne, 2tn South Tenth streeu Omaha. J. F. Byrne, father. Miss Fuller, teacher, Bancroft school, seventh A grade. Aged 12 y ears. WANTED Recent high school graduate lor clerical position; good opportunity for advancement. Howard Boadea and hta mother were itting together one evening talking of various things. "Son, have you found a place yet? You know It la not long before school closes and we can not nave you Idle," said the mother. "No. I have not, but I feel confident that X can get one easily. Professor said he would help me some," answered Howard. It wa not many days after this conver sation that Howard received his hlgn school diploma and proudly carried It home to his mother. After a day of receiving congratulations, for Howard wa liked by all, he set out In quest of work and found a place In a laundry office. He had been working here about a month. One evening as he was looking over The Bo want ads his eye reated on th above ad. "Mother, thla la lust what I want," and he read: WANTED Recent high school graduate for clerical position; good opportunity for advancement Apply by letter. "Why, sou, how very glad I am that you found that. 1 always said that you should read The Be want ads If you wanted any thing," said Mrs. Boadea. The next morning Howard wrote to the company and aoon got an answer that ha should call for personal Interview. Howard pleased Mr. Edwards very much with his ready answer. So Mr. Edward, employed him at once. Howard set to work with a will, and hij employer put much trust In him. Howard worked here for a long time, advancing quickly, as the ad promised. ln time Howard became a prosperous business man and owes all of his success to that llule ad In The Omaha Daily Bee. which he declares Is the most reliable pap.- lu the west, always bringing results. i DID YOU JOIN THE FAMILY LAST WEU-vf TRY YOUR HAND. PRINTING (Continued ) PHONE TND. A-J for good printing Lyngstadt Printing Co. 16th 4k Capitol Ave. WATERS PRINTING CO.. Ml 8. 13th St SUITS sold tip to $V RALE $15 VOLLMER S, 1(17 8. lth St. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHERS Stenog., notary public. Hotel Loyal. Stenog., Hotel Hen haw, promot service SUITS sold up to $31, SALE $15. VOLLMERS. 107 S. NStta St. REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE DEALER. REED ABSTRACT CO.. Est. Msg; prompt service; get our prices. 1710 Farnam 8u GANGESTAD. 404 Bea Bldg. Tel. D. 3367. IrAYNE INV. CO.. first floor N. Y. Life. BENJAMIN R. E. CO.. 477 Brandels Bldg. REAL ESTATF TlTLK-TRlTST CO. CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON. President CITY PROPERTY FOR 1AI.B. SEVEN ROOM modern hour, near Twenty-sixth and Decatur. Will accept vacant lot a first payment. Balance by the month. P O. NIELSEN CO., 703 N. Y. Life Bldg. Both Phones. EIGHT ROOM BUNGALOW Oak finish, hot water heat, Urge grounds. , On Flor ence boulevard. Price (7,000 and cheap at that. P O. NIELSEN A CO , 703 N. Y. Life Bldg. Both 'Phones. LIST your property With Chris Boyer. Rd and Cuming 8ta 1D $500 Cash Balance In monthly install ments same as rent, will buy you a fine 4-room cottage and two large lots, with fruit, chicken sheds, etc. An Ideal home, located only short dis tance from Ames Ave. line. Price, $2,100. The Byron Reed Co., 212 South 14th. 'Phones: Doug. 297; A-3SS4. $600 CASH, 20 PCT. INVESTMENT 8-room, all modern house, near Bemle park, always rented; non-resident owner rays sell; makes a good home or a fine investment. GLOVER REALTY SYNDICATE. Shrewd Investors Will look Into this proposition Imme diately. On the 19th St. boulevard, within 10 minutes walk of the postofflce. Is a propertv which will be sold for $15,000 net, if bought now. This property, with four houses In per fect repair, on that valuation, Is earning over 12 PER CENT GROSS and could be made to pay considerably more. Owners wish to sell at once, as they have not the time to devote to a ren tal proposition. To avoid annoyance to present tenants, inspection of property by appointment with Geo. I). Perrine, Sole Agent, 516 Brandels Bldg. Farnam St. Lot, $600 60x128 feet, south side Farnam, third lot west of 14th St.; sewer, water, gas and curbing In street. Harrison & Morton, 913 N. Y. Life. Both Telephones. CHEAPEST LOT ON WEST FARNAM HILL. Forty-five feet north front on Dodge, between S8th ave and Sth St. Worth $50 per foot. Can offer for $1.70 cash. HICKS REAL ESTATE COMPANY, 219 Board of Trade Bldg. $425 BARGAIN South front lot at 27th and Maple, aewer, water ar.d permanent walks. $50 cash, bal ance monthly. F. C. BEST, 1008 N.' Y. Life. Yrr eulck returns, list your real estate for sale and exchange with me, no sale, no pay. W. W. Mitchell. Board of Trade Bldg.. Omaha. Neb. Bright a Prize Enough OF BEE STORY WRITERS REAL ESTATE CITY PROPERTY FOR ALH (.Continued.) BEST BARGAIN IN CITY Good 7-room modern house, nleely ter raced, level lot south front WVxlJO. shade trees; concrete walk, paved atreet, close to $ car lines; choicest residence locality; only $2,150; small amount down; balance monthly. Immediate possession. Partv maklna an offer on any ft these will get a barRsln. Read them carefully and see us at once. Attractive new fc-room modern cottage. full corner lot. high, beautiful location, only $2,500, on easy terms. 7-room modern house, full Int. south front shsde, permanent walks, large barn. tool house, fences, etc., close to car, in best part of Clifton Hill. $2,650. Your own terms. Good 8-room house, partly modern, lot 30x140, large shade trees, permanent walks. valuable location On N. ltxn ft., walking distance, 12.S.V); fiso cash; bal. $26 per mo. eat 5-room cottage, partly modem, run lot. close In. $4,150. small amount down; balance same as rent Double apartment of 12 rooms each, all modern, lot 60x180. fronting on 2 streets, pavement, shade, etc. Plenty of space for additional cottages, flats or apartment; valuable location on Sherman Ave.; big bargain at is.wo; any reasonable terms. RUSSELL & McKITRICK CO., 432 Ramge Bldg. lMh and Harney. $3,500 Bargain In a new, modern, six-room house, well located In Dundee district; can be sold on reasonable terms; a bargat 1 and an attractive property for some one not wanting a larger house. Benson & Carmichael 842 Paxton Block. On Easy Terms Brand new, 8-room cottage, modern ex cept heat, on the north part of th city, all ready to move Into. Price $2,550. Come In and we will show It to you. Payne, Bostwick & Co. Sole Agent. Main Floor, N. Y. Life. BRICK HOME $1,800 One block from car line. Less than half the cost to build house. Full Lot, Easy Terms NOWATA LAND & LOT CO. Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg., 'I hone Red 1999. Omaha, Neb. Three Building Lots. In the south part of town we have three fine building lots, adjoining three new cot tages Jmt completed. Price: $43, $450 and $500. Come In and get plats of these lots. They are very cheap and In first-class neighborhood. Payne, Bostwick&Co, Sole Agents, Main Floor. N. Y. Life. DUNDEE RESIDENCE $2,750 CASH Balance monthly, for a prac tically new 10-roum strictly modern home, exceptionally well built, large reception hall and living room, finished in selected quarter sawed white oak, dining room and den first floor and five large bed rooms second floor, finished in birch; best of plumbing, full bste ment. hot water heat, sightly, lot 100x135 feet, affording an extensive view of the sur rounding country. Price, $7,750. George & Co., 1601 Farnam St. Walnut Hill Home One of the prettiest homes In Walnut Hill is to be sold during the next thirty days. It contains 7 good rooms, strictly modern, with beautiful shade und lawn, paved street, south front one block fiom car. We can show the property any day and It will speak for Itself. Price $4,700. Payne, Bostwick&Co. Main Floor. New York Life Bldg. House Bargain Near the Field Club . v .... ..... . ii j win .wsi i iii cj r 7-room modern house, built 4 years, for $.1,200; east front on 35th Ave. between the riu uuu usli icl ana j-ieavenworm t. Lot 60x124 ft., has shade trees and snlenirf view. Number 1020 So. 35th Ave. Act quickly. Harrison & Morton, 918 N. Y. Life Bldg. Both telephones. NEW DUNDEE HOME ON EASY TERMS 6022 Cuming 8U 7 rooms and reception hall, t-etory, full basement and large attic, mod ern In every respect, selected oak finish first floor, hard pine finish and 4 bed rooms and bath on second, stairway to . attic conveniently arranged, best combination fixtures, well built, Immediate possession, lot 60x136 ft. Price, $4,360; terms very reasonable. See us about this. 100 ft frontage can be secured If desired. George & Co., 1601 Farnam St. Phone Douglaa 761 TO BE SOLD CHEAP Party leaving city, t-room house. 4 rooms and hall on first floor, 4 bedrooms and bath on second floor, laundry and dry room in d semen t; strictly modern; 60-root lot; nice lawn and shade; cement walks; paved street. For particulars, apply at house, 446 Farnam St., or W. G. SHRIVE R, 1023 New York Life Bldg. New House BEAUTIFUL SHADE TREES On Florence Boulevard, t 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, oak finish and many up-to-date fea tures. Price $7,000. House open. Harrison & Morton, 913 N. Y. Life. Both Telephones. Boulevard Lot $1,200 $1,200 South of Hanscom park In Creighton'a 1st add., a beautiful building site for a home In one of Omaha s new and rapidly develop ing districts; size 47x120, water, sewer, gas and permanent sidewalk. No paving tax against this lot, as boulevard is maintained by city. This price i for a few day only. See us at once. Benson & Myers Co., 412 N. Y. Life Bldg. $1,200 $1,200 41st and Davenport Among that bunch of good new homes. A full lot near the corner. soxlX feet, 4 feat above grade; street being paved now $2,000. Harrison & Morton, 13 N. T. Uf Both Telephone. REAL ESTATE rARM AND RANCH LAND FOH iAI CALIFORNIA FRUIT LANDS We own and offer for sale, in ten. twenty, and forty acre tracts, eighteen hundred acres of the best Fruit Lands in California. This tract is seven miles south of Madera, the countv seat of Madera county, and seventeen miles northwest of Fresno, one of the greatest fruit shipping points in the world. It is about two miles from Sati Joaquin river, and in the heart of the great San Joaquin Valley, famous the world over for the richness of its soil, and the oppor tunities it offers men of moderate means to acquire a competence within, a few years on a small investment. The soil is a rich alluvium, and the water proposition is all that could be desired. 20 acres of this land in Peaches, Apricots, Prunes, Raisins, Figs or Olives, will net you more money each year, than 160 acres of the best farm land in Nebraska. $125.00 per acre; one-fifth-cash, balance in semi-annual installments without interest. DEXTER & BRADLEY 413 BEE BUILDING. REAL ESTATE CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE Idaho Carey Act Lands. (Continued tow Pen or ntry In the choicest ' agricultural section of the northwest Tx--iTT,-icjrpTn A rrT7 Tb Snake River Valley, Southern Idaho. lVrjoLlLfAiti State Government Supervision. We have a beautiful 8-room house In the For 'r '",ormatlon on Irrigated Lands south side of the city that owner will cor- write l. o. Murtt Boise, loeho. sider part cash, balance In good raw land. Colordo GALLAGHER & NELSON, " 490 Brandels Bldg., Omaha. Neb. LAND IN COLORADO. -JUST A MINUTE" th5nio5ntPa?i,rc11R8 r"1 ot Denver Bear Please take time to notice a real bar- j.g 50 to $12 50 AN ACRE gain in a home; 6 rooms, all modern in . .. "' . . . . ' . . eVery way. on a fine paved street, close 1 A" Eood' rlch' 'fv" '.d.tn to the new university site, lot 40x147. L"' he" you can Improved farms house ia brand new, never been occupied. ?' " . " a crPg; One crop will pay Will consider $3,250 for a quick hale. If ror the ,and- Can Be" ln Interested call up owner, Doug. 1653; even- QUARTER. HALF OR FULL SECTIONS, lng, Webster 4661. This land will surely double ln a short J. W. RASP CO. lime. 89-91 Brandels Bldg. Doug. 1653 A-2663. HASTINGS A HEYDEN 1614 Harney St. Omaha, Neb. $4,250 1 GOOD LAND CHEAP. 160 acres In Kimball county, Neb., .'our miles south of Dlx; every acre can be culti " vated; $10 per acre. J. G. BONE. 312 Shugart. Blk. A very attractive, new. all modern, six- 'Phone 814 Bell.. Council Bluffs, la. room house, has all modern fixtures, tlie bath room, oak finish, clothes shute. out- ,J nV. ',-,"aCt ... , . improved farm, 4 miles from town, $t5 side screened sleeping room, also screened per acre. in dining room, finely constructed, de- i0-acre well Improved farm, 4 miles slrably located ln first-class neighborhood, from town. $ti5 per acre. close to car; terms reasonable. 120-acre Improved farm, 2 mile from town, $75 per acre. 600-acre improved farm, 1 mile from town, $67.60 per acre. SS-acre Improved farm, S miles from town, 1-1 m 4 $65 per acre. Benson & Larmicnael .p'x0"4 far,n 4 m"" from , . 160-acre unimproved farm, miles from 642 Faxton Block. town m per acre "lNroomTlrand new. modern ex-1 ' Damper! W & J$ hlf ment down, balance like rent. t0 Pr Tf writ , P. 0. NIELSEN & CO., H. L. CRAVEN de CO.. Onawa, Ia 703 N. Y. Life Bldg. Both Phones. . Missouri. (t0 ..f 7 ...1 $20-ACRE bottom farm ln Barton coun- Jhl nOU X eariV Mo ; improvements; here is a bar- iJfJJJ J- Q1 A J arln; prie,- $.V per acre; on easv term, in- On a cash investment of $10,600, balance vestors Realty Co. Aurora. Mo. ( per cent; ( flat on close In corner. Owner " might consider a good farm clear for ""K"' first payment. W. L. Selby, 436 B. of T. GOOD New Mexico lands, $2 to $10 per Bldg. (229.) cre- ln tracts of 4.000 to 200.000 acres. Water for Irrigation. Raise all kinds of A"rRTT'i grain and fruit. Also Irrigated farms In .At.TvrjO Colorado, and safe money-making irriga te acres $2.2A 100 cash. tlon projects. The Hagadorn Investment Balance easy montfy payments. Loca- Company. 1616 Tremont St. Denver. Colo. tlon Ideal; oniy 1 mile from Benson, close to paved road and ln a rapidly developing ortb Dakota, neighborhood. PAYNE INVESTMENT CO., ovr thbt go to hatnes and Flr.7 Floor N Y L Bids: MOTT. ADAMS AND HETTINGER Ir!i 17S1 11M COUNTIES. NORTH DAKOTA, to buy our Tel. Doug. 1781. A 1IM. low-priced land and see the big crops of NINE-ROOM .11 modern house. In ex- KS'K a'ndTu.lne'.s ?oV aVn. h'dVno'J fa'.'. tTthM roVnMcT." "" Nnh D Located In the best residence district -n ror ""pl and tacts' the city. (oath Dakota. P. O. NTELSEN & CO., SOUTH Dakota farm, ranch, mineral and -m xr im. rk Ph.... timber land for sale or trade. 1,800 acres. 703 N. T. Life Bldg. Both Phones. part lrrieaud farm, fln(s improvements, one .... . , . ' , . . . mile east of Rapid City In Rapid River fZ trm A 5 MwVnrtiZ; valle5r for or rae BargalrT. Tell us for sale bv owner. Mrs. A. P.. Mccandless. fully m,h,t yo(J wgh tQ buy M or trmd() Nemaha. Neb. Come west; make money In land. Rep- reaentatlves wanted, farmers preferred. (J1rt nnfl Farrar & Jepsen. Rapid City. 8. D. ' . Nebraska. Will buy the southeast corner of 18th and Dodge Bte.. 66x132. with two brick houses TJTT'CT' TT'iTJAf P IDf TM and one frame house, renting for l.tM per X5t.rl f Alt.M nAKlrAlM year. This corner is bound to be worth In the east part of the state, well Im- much more money ln a very few years. If proved 160-aere rich valley farm, 2 miles you are looking for a close-in investment from town of 2.000; wheat went 30 bushels, which cannot help but enhance in value, corn will make 60. Price, $75 an acre, easy investigate thla. teim' . yjXCHELj Payne, BOStwick CO., Board of Trade Bldg.. Omaha. Sole Agenta. Main Floor, N. Y. Life. .f ppj CRE" Four sectlona gracing land, 14 miles 4 f rrt lmT T,r irATT north of Hershey, on U. .P. R. R., in Lin- 1 SZ. Nr I III YIJIJ co,n county. Nebraska; 9 mllea north of XJ fO lll-X XV A J J piatte river. $2 60 per acre. One of 0e best close rental proportiee t SELBY In Omaha; tt.OOO cash, balance t per cent Tarli -v.. m. Don t miss it 436 Board of Trade Bldg. NOWATA LAND AND loT CO., SUIT8 up , w ALE ru! Suite 624 N. V Life Bldg VOLLMER S. 107 S. 16th St. 'rhone Red 13W. OMAHA, NEB r BOULEVARD HOI SK. K4S North lth Hl. RF1I ETATF I fllW I room modern, only $2,500 Thomas ncAU 1 I 6 S?Anl Brennau, Room 1 New York Uf Bldg. ,10J to ue.000 made promptly. F. D. Weed, Weed Bldg.. 1Mb, and Farnam. . , -. $500 TO $6,000 oa homes In Omaha. O'Kaefe REAL ESTATE Real Estate Co.. 1001 N. Y. L1X. Doug, or FARM AND RA-XH LAND FOB ALB A.-UU. .. FIVE PER CUNT MONEY Omaha business Property. FOR SALE Some fin farms 80 to 330 THOMAS BR EN NAN", acrea. in southeast Kansas; good soil; fair Room L New York IAX Rldg. improvements; plentv water; at low price and on reasonable terms. Long Bros . Fre- MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co. donia. Kaa. - . OARVIN BROS., til N. Y. Llf. $M t Ml. I2O0.00W oa Improved property. So delay. 8- ACRES well Improved Und. Red WANTED City loan and warrant. W. River Valley. Minnesota. Nothing betiar Farun Bmlth C,. 1Z20 Faroam s)t on earth. $0.40 per er. F. J. C AbO . , ; REAL ESTATE FARM D HtMH I.Af FOR 1.E OMAHA, NEBRASKA. REAL ESTATE LOANS tContinued.) PAYNE. BOSTWICK A CO., N. T. Llf Private money. $O0 to $o 000; low rat 8KCOVD MORTGAGE loans negotiated. Apply Rooms 417-18 Flrt Net I Bank Uldg. Fell Phone Douglas Hit. LOWEST RATES Berols, Brandels Bldg. SLITS sold up to $W. SALR $15. Vt LL.M Kit s. l7 S. 16th St. WANTED-T0 BUY BEST price paid for second-hand furni ture, carpets, clothe ana aboes. lei. uou. ML BEST price paid for 2d-hsnd furniture, stoves, clothing. W. Rosenblatt. Tel. l. 6'l. WANTED TO BUY A barn witliln moving distance of Fortletn and Podge sts.. apply at 4203 Dodge St., after 6 p. m. BALTIMORE 2d-hnnd store pays best price 2d-hand furniture, clothes, etc. D. 4266. SUITS sold up to $). SALE $15. VOLLMER S. 107 S. 16th St. WANTED TO RENT WANTED Three or four room modern cottage nice neighborhood near car. Good references. Address H-1S1, care Bee. GENTLEMAN desires room, with board. In North Omaha: Kountze place preferred; state terms. Address, P 274, Ree. SUITS sold up to $). SALE $1S. VOLLMER S, 107 S. 16th St. WANTEDSITUATIONS JAPANESE boy wants a position at gen eral housework or porter. Address 411 N. 26th St., So. Omaha. Tel. South IMS. WANTED Situation, bv young man of 25; good habits; am employed but wish to change. Would like a place In general store. Am willing worker; speak low Ger man; can play band Instrument. Address L box 342, Sioux Center, la. BOOKKEEPER Competent man desires position. Experienced In wholesale lines; capable of filling position as bookkeeper or csshler; good references. Address Y-3t3, care Omaha Bee. SHOE SALESMAN AND CARD WRITER Young man desires position. General merchandise preferred. Both wholesale and retail experience. References given. Ad dress box 715, David City, Neb. SUITS sold up to $.10. SALE $15. VOLLMER S, 107 S. 16th St. When writing to advertisers remember It only takes a stroke or two of the pen to mention the fact that you saw the ad In The Bee, LEGAL NOTICES Notice of Stockholders Meeting;. To the stockholders or THE MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY: . In coformity with the requirements of the Constitutions and laws of the states of Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska and the by-laws of the Company. VOU AKU HEREBY NOTIFIED that by resolution of the Board of Directors of The Missouri Pacfic Railway Company duty adopted at a meeting of said Board on the 29 in day ot May, A. D., li(09, a meeting of the stork holder of The Missouri Pacific Railway Company has been called to be held at th office of the Company, Room 706 Missuuri Pacific Building. In the City of St. Louis, in the State of Missouri, un the sixtn day of August, A. D. 1909, at nine o'clock ln the lorenuon. I (1 For the purpose of considering a Con tract and Articles of Consolidation bearing date the 29th dav of Alav. liKb. heretoloic made and entered into by and on behalf of The Misouri Pad tic Hailway company and the following named corporations by order or inetr respective lioard ot uirectors: The Kansas and Uuiorado Pacific Rail way Company, a consolidated corporation of the State of Kansas; The Contral Branch Railway Company, u consolidated corporation of the Stale of iiansas; v The Rooks County Railroad Company, a corporation or the iState ot Kansas; The Nevada and Minden Railway Com pany, a corporation of the Stale of Mis souri; Nevada and Minden Railway Company ot Kansas, a corporation of the State ot Kansas; - Kansas City and Southwestern Railway Company of Missouri, a corporation ot the State ot Missouri; Kansas city and Southewestern Railway Company, a corporation of the State of Kansas; The Fort Scott Central Railway Com pany, a consolidated corporation of the Slate of Kansas; , Kanopolls and Kansas Central Railway Company, a corporation of the State of Kansas; Thb Kansas Southwestern Railway Com pany, a corporation of the Stale of Kaiii.s, and The LeRoy and Caney Valley Air Line Railroad Company, a corporation ot tbe Slate of Kansas. (2) For the purpose o( voting upon the question whether such Contract and Ar ticles of Consolidation, so made and en tered Into, shall be ratified, absented to, ap proved and adopted and ouch c onsolidation consummated or whether sui-h Contract and Article of Consolidation jliall be re jected : (3) To consider and vote upon the adop tion of a resolution accepting the provi sions of Article II of Chapter J2 of the Re vised Statues of the State of Missouri, 1S99, and to authorize the filrng thereof, all as required by Section numbered 10u9 of such Revised Statties in the case of con solidation of railway corporations; and whereby all or any 6f said corporations and The Missouri Pacific Railway Company have agreed to consolidate ln the whole, and to consolidate the stock of the re spective companies making such consolida tion, and to form and make under and pur suant, to the law of the States of Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska, a new, consolidated corporation, to be known as The Missouri Pacific Railway Company, owning, con trolling, possessing 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 franchises, belonging to any of the companies makliiR such consolida tion, upon the terms and conditions fixed and stated by said Contract and Articles of Consolidation: (4) To take any other action in the pre mise, and to transact any other business that may properly corhe before the meet ing. Such Contract and A nicies of Consolida tion will be submitted t.i the meeting of the stockholders so called for examination and every stockholder attending will be furnished with a printed copy thereof, and at any time before such meeting any stock holder will be furnished with a printed copy of such Contract and Articles of Con solidation upon application therefor during business hours to the Assistant Secretary of the Company, at the office of the Com pany In the Cliy of St. Louis. Misbouri. Dated May 29th. 190). GEORGE J. COULD, President of The Missouri Pacific Railway Company. A. H. CALEF, Secretary of The Missouri Pacific Railway Company. J2toA( NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received by the State Board of Public Lands and Build ings, at the office of Geo. C. Junkln. Sec retary of State. State Capitol, Lincoln, Nebraska, on the 1st day of September, 1909, until 12 o'clclock, noon, for the erec tion and construction of the following buildings: One fireproof cottage building for girls and one fireproof cottage building for buys to be erected on the grounds of the Insti tute for Feeble-Minded. Beatrice. Neb. One fireproof cottage building to be erected on the grounds of the Hospital for Insane, at Ingleside, near Hastings. Neb. One brick barn building to be erected on the grounds of the Boys' Industrial School, Kearney, Neb. Plans and specifications for the various buildings can be seen at the office of. the Secretary of State, State Capitol Build ing, Lincoln, Nebraska, or at the offices of the superintendents of the various institu tions, or at the office of Geo. A. Kerlinghof, Architect, Rooms 001-4 Security Mutual Life Building. Lincoln. Neb.' Plans and specifications for private use may be secured from the architect by mak ing a deposit of $,000 for each building, of which $26 00 will be returned to the de positor upon receipt of the pUns and speclficationa at his office in good order. Each bid must be accompanied with a certified check on some bank doing busi ness in Nebraska In the sum of 1 per cnl of bid. for the purpose as provided under paragraph No. 19, page 3, of the technical speclficationa. Bids must be made out on bidding sheets furnished by the architect. Bids made out o'herwise will not be considered. The Board of Public Lands and Build ings reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive defects in sa'ne AldlOt LEGAL NOTICES tColl'.'ilJKd. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. THE Koi'K SPRINGS NATIONAL BANK will reiehe bids for the materials ant" ronsti uctton of a three-ntory hilck ha'iV and office bulMin. 2.".xl0n feet. In accord ance with plans fltid specif k-attona on fll st Ihelr banking ffioe, or at the office of William Ptihols. architect. Cheyenne. Wyo nming. All bids to be sealed and submitted o'clock a m Ainjust 12. l;Kf.. and to be ac- conipnnd nv ceitttled cneck tn ine amount of $J.6. Privilege reserved to reject an and all bids. ltot'K SPRINGS NATION AI l N l GOVERNMENT NOTICES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR office of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C. July 7, 1MH. Sealed proposal for ietting District No. 1, in th Crew Creek Indian Reservation, South Dakota, for grszlng purposes, either under a less 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 . vm, and will be Im mediately thereafter opt ned In th pres ence of such bidders as may attend. Maps showing the location of th- district and all necessary information may be obtained on application to the superintendent of the Crow Creek Indian School. Crow Creek, South Dakota. R. Q. Valentine. Commis sioner. JLd26t DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERToit. office of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C, . Sealed proposals for letting District No. 2, In the, Cheyenne River In dian Reservation. South Dakota, for gts Ing purposes, either under a lease or by permit, will be received at the office of the Commissioner of Indian Affalra, Wash ington, D. C, until 2 o'clock p. m , on Monday, August 30, 1909. and will be imme diately thereafter opened ln the presenoe of such bidders as may attend. Maps showing the location of the districts and all necessary Information may be obtained on application to the Superintendent of the Cheyenne River Indian achool. Cheyenne River Agency, South Dakota. R. G. Val entine, Commissioner. Jy21da0t DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR office of Indian Affairs. Washington D. C. . Sealed proposals for let ling f razing privileges on the Blackfeet Indian leservatlon. Montana, under the permit system, will be received at the office of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Wash ing. D. C. until 2 o'clock, p m . on Mon day. Aucust ;. 1?09, and will be Immed iately thereafter opened ln the presence of such bidders ss msy attend. Maps showing the location of the reservation ,snd all necehsary Information may be ob- imnrn on application to the Superintendent of the Blackfeet Indian achool, Browning, Mont. R. G. Valentine, Commissioner. J'21d30t departmf:nt of the interior. Office of Indian Affalra. Washington, Ij. C, July 7, L109. Sealed proposals for letting District No. 1 In the Red Lake Indian Res ervation, Minnesota, for grazing purposi. cither under a lease or by permit, will be received at the office of Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C. until 2 o'clock p. ni on Monday. August !. 1J0J and will be Immediately thereafter opened In the presence of such bidders as mar ai ten 1. Maps showing the location of the district and all necessary Information nir. y be obtained on application to the superin tendent of the Red Lake Indian School, lttil Lake, Minnesota. R. G. Valen'tne. Commissioner. Jyld26t REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Mary D. Dean to lsidor Sommer, sis feet lot 2. and n49 feet lot 3, block 6, Hedick s eub $ M. T. Martin to Lottie F. Bruen'.ng. lot 21, block s, Dundee Place B. R. Hastings, trustee, to Clara Jeffries, lots 1 and 2. block 6, Mili tary add Hattie Keplin and husband to Prank' Wilcox. n26 feet lot ly, block 2, Idlewlld add J. B. Llchtenwallner and wife to Nora Flanagan, lot 17. block 2. Avon dale park George Gunla and wi e to Josef Chudy. lot 5. block 2. Lew's add Moiningslde Land Co. to P. J. Mce han, lot 580, Morntngside J. F. .Badgerow and wife to Goldle M. Cachelln. e72 feet lots 1, 2, 3, block 2. Smithfleld Goldle M. Cachelln to Maude C. Badgerow, same Mary K. Uourke et al. to Carrie Mc Gill. part sublot 1, taxlot 36. 15-li-l.l Elizabeth Dufrene to Nils Cleve. w46 feel of e5 feet of sublot 1, taxlot 6, M:' ly Woolfson' and wife to Andrew Larsrin. a 2," feet of e4 lot 63, hartsnan's add Louise f'oxworthy and husband to H. E. VKoueli, lots 16, 16, 17. block I. Saunters & Himebaugh's add to Walnut Viill State National Bank of Cleveland 'to G. N. KlngAjots 172 and 173. Lenox Same to Ella M. King, lots 174 and li5. same Ella M. King et al. to E. A. Hub- und. a4 lots 176 and 177. same Charles Gardiner to T. G. Gardiner n40 feet lot 12. block 1. Horbach's 2d B. R. Hastings and wife to Nora Dwyer, s',j s' lots 11 and 12. block 1, sub. of J. P. Redirk's add... H. N. Jensen and wife to Isabella P. Kennedy, part lot 29, block 3, Park Place J. F. Miles and wife to John Sti'tt! lot 21. block 8. Albright s Annex. and lot 3. block 1. O'Nell s sub John -Ktltt and wife to J. J. BiTne same ) G. Storz and wife to Frank Sett, "lot 6, Storz sub Alfred Wyman to H. N. Jensen, part lot 29, block 2. Park Place J. F. Coffey and wife to W. C. Kuehn, e's lot 7, block t, Marsh S. V. Firestone and wife to C J Lyon, lot 62. 72. 73. Firestone sub.i W. A. .Chapman and wire to W. J. and G. R. Chapman, lot 2, block 9 Druid Hill , W. F. Wapplch and wife to Zelda Robinson, lot 7, block 4, Patrick's Mike Shapiro and wife to Hieme Sorrln, part sublot 2, taxlot 39 10-15-13 G. B. Dandy to Mary D. "Dean," sis feet lot 2 and n(9 feet lot 3, block 6, Redlck's sub J. J. Byrne, guardian, to J. F. 'Miies' lot 21, block 8, Albright' Annex, and" lot 3, block 1, O'Neil's sub 7,000 700 t60 4.00ft TO) 171 1 1 90D 4i.tf i 1,100 2,100 120 1J0 1 2..W) $800 l.SVl' 1 3.' 400 600 5o5 1 400 1 1,250 1 1,360 Total g John L. Spltzbart and wife to H A Jewell, part lots 6 and 7, block i Parker's addition . R. C. Moore and wife to wiil'la'm Fleming, lot 3. Allen's sub ) S C. Christiansen and wife to Alice Meleen. lots 9 and 10, block t. Mili tary addition Anna U. Kelsey and husband ' to" Er nest E. Crane, lot 141. Fairfax ltij John Ross, Jr.. and wife to Ellen B. Mabaugh, lot 14, block S, Dundee Place JV, l Pe,n and' 'wife "to "Filt'i Dohse, nw'i net; 8-16-12 4 non Josephine S. Peters to J. C. Kin dred, lot 7. block 71, Florence 1 P. H. Dillon and wife to Persls Sturges and wife, w4 lot 4, block S, Shinn'a 2d Shinier & Chase company to William Haas, east 40 feet lot 3, block 12. Boulevard park A. H. Held ami wife et al to Eliza beth H. Bartllt.g. lot S. block 18. Dwlght & Lyman's addition, and property in Grand Island 1 Sarah Berlin and husband to Thomas Healy, west 2.1 feet east 60 feet lot 1. block 79. South Omaha B.500 Wilson T Graham and wife to Annie F. Jenkins, lot 8, block 1, Penman Place 4V) Sheriff to George Seletos. s4 lot 4. block 1. Shiill's addition I.28J William E. Weekley to Mary Har rier, lots 16 and 17, Weekley's ad dition tot P. F. Petersen and wife to .lor gen Michaelsen, lots 12 and 18. Hholea' sut) 1.839 George H. Payne and wife to Se curity Land and Trust companv, sou'h 40 feet, north W feet lots 13 14 and 15. block 2. Redlck pai k 1 Boulevard Park Improvement com pany to Shinier & Chase company, tast 40 feet lot I. block 12. Boule vard park II S Cailson to L. E. Holland, lot i4. Firestone's sub Ellen H. Slabauxli and husband "to J. P Havens, loi 16, block 98. pun J dee Flare J C. F. Hastings ami wife to S. Grace 'ady. west 10 feet lot 2 and east 30 feet lot 3. block 3. Sulphur Spring J,y Total 65i I Persistent Advertising is the Road to Big Returns. Th Be Reach AJl C1m.