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TTTF BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1909.
JOHNSON. INS., ill N. T. L. Tel. D. 1644.
P1 Katheryn Nlekola. tut N. T. U BM.
' D. p. BARN ELL, Faxton El. Tel RM 7117.
JlLTr,tf.AN.!'!Lvl;l Rldg.. Book fre
THE SALVATION ARMY solicit castoff
Clothing i In (act, anything you do not need.
AV collect, repair and sell at 134 N. Uth
ft, for cost of collection to the worthy
poor, - Call phone Douglas 4136 and wagon
MArtXETIf! treatment. Mm. Smith.
A HOME for women durlna- confinement.
We find home for babies here mother
canDot cara for them. Rabies boaroed
, For terms, addrees Mn. Martha A. Lee, 40.1
jianorort m., u man a, Neb. Phone Doug
OMAHA Stammerers' Ina Ramge Bldg.
rONBULT an experienced buyer In fur
nishing a house, planoe or dreea goods.
Address Mrs. L. V 1901 Fifth St., Flor
ence. , - -
HALL'S safes, new. Id-hand. 1111 Farnam.
PRIVATE home during confinement;
babies adopted. The Good Samaritan Hani-
Murium, 7W 1st Are., council uimis, is.
F DA EOGERA. prtvat confinement home.
' via Martha'!- Tel. Douglas 6W0.
Hot-En-Tot' Twins are coming.
WB will call for, clean and adjust your
phonograph for. $1.60.
JSRBRASKA CYCLE COMPANY,
Cof. lit h and Harney Doug. 1661.A-16M.
A FAMILY remedy for eery III; every
4n guaranteed to suit or your money re
funded. We refer-to A, I. 8. remedies at
UOHAEFER'S CUT PRICifl DRUO
MAGNETIC Treatments, Emmerlln
Brott, 2319 8. 16th St. Doug. 61M.
-fli Tunt rour piano. All this wek,
'" m-s-trk arngirgtntr1 Prion T.
1615 Farnam St.. Coral Piano Co.
PHONE 1ND. A-2620 for good printing
TJyogstadt Printing Co., 18th 4 Capitol Avs.
4 HOLLAND Printing Co., 110 S. lTlh St.
WATERS Printing Co.. 622 8. Uth St.
HYATT A LONQACRK, PRINTERS,
1T01 Leavenworth St. Tel. Doug. 2647.
RETJDABSTRACT CO., Est. ll; prompt
service; get our prices. 1710 Farnam St.
GAKGSSTAD. 404 Bee Bldg. Tel. D. 1367.
V PAYNE IN V. CO., first floor N. T. Life.
BENJAMIN h. E. CO.. 477 Brandels Bldg.
RWIj ESTATE) TITLE-TRUST CO,
JHA& E. WILLIAMSON. President.
CITY PBOPERTV FOR BALE).
I f I For sal. 100.000 light fed brick at 14 per
f li thousand! also 600.000 good Al hard brick
Vt $4.60 per thousand. Llvesey Brick Co.,
I taJ. and Bancroft St -. ...
(This Story Won Oyer Many
Others Last Week.
nOW THE BEE HELPED'
Nora White, Decatur,
White. Ninth grade.
Anderenn. Aged 1
KXI'luKlUNCKD aeamatxexs wanted for
alteration work. Leavenworth St.
"Papa," said Irene, running Into the
library, "Mrs. Brown has just started a
sewing clans to teach the girls practical
sewing. May I join?"
Mr. Dalton laughed. "Why, Irene it
would be money thrown away."
"No, it wouldn't, papa, and if you will
let me Join I promise to pay back every
Cent it costs you."
"I can't afford it," he said, laughing.
Iran left the room, but not hopelessly.
She knew she eould persuade her father
If she would promise to return the money
it cost him.
She was an ambitious girl and she wanted
to go to Omaha when she had graduated
from the sewing . school. There was not .
much chance of success in the small town
where she lived, but ah was confident eh
would succeed a a seamstress In a larger
And sh gained ner point as far as th
school was concerned, and after
months of hard work, we find her in
She first went to all the dress making
establishments in the city, and falling in
bar purpose there, sh repaired to the dry
goods stores. But the busy season was
over and no on needed a seamstress.
Eh was rooming at a chsap unpreten
tious house, and was eating almost noth
ing. In order to have the money last till
sb found a position.-
But ths day came when her small fund
was exhausted and sh was obliged to go
As sh walked to the depot sh thought
with a heavy heart of the remarks that
would be made on her failure, for every
one had ridiculed her idea. And in her
brave little heart sh would almost rather
have starved than b the talk of th
town when sh returned.
Sh sat down in th chair car beside an
old gentleman, who was reading an Omaha
H noticed her tearful, wistful eyes and .
inquired in a kind way If he might assist
Irene looked at him and saw he was a
kind gentleman and would sympathise
So sh related to him th events of th
last six months.
"You pooi child," he said. "I wish I
eould help you, but . Did you look
lu Ilia Be want adsT They have helped
m out of several dilemmas and also
helped lots of other people I know."
"NO I never thought of that," said Irene.
Eagerly fhg, glanced over th pag and
finally her eyes rested on the above ad.
Th Joy depicted on her face was In
describable. She then went to apply for th posi
tion, first thanking him kindly for th
great benefit sh had received by him.
The position was given her at onoe, and
It proved to be entirely satisfactory.
Now sh has her debt paid and is keep
lug a bank account. A happier girl Is not
to be found In this city. Her happiness
h owes entirely to The Bee.
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jU WON A PRIZE LAST WEEK, WRITE AGAIN
IF NOT, TRY IT OYER.
. REAL ESTATE
CITl I'HIIPI'.HTV FOH AL1
Vacant Lots for Sale
44th and Capitol Ave., lot
Can be sold on payments.
Uth aad Burdett ts.,
lot 60x121 n.otn
20th and Laird 8U., cor
ner lot, 60x124 I K0
14th and Burdett, lot
4xl30; good lot for
20th and Dupont Bta., 1
good lota, each 60x115...$ (00
ttth A Hickory Bu., lot
Creigh, Sons & Co.
Tel. Doug. 200.
Cut Bee Bldg.
QIOICE TOWN PROPERTY
An Ideal home of three aorea, suitable for
truck farming; new 1-room houne, well at
the door, rood outbulldtrlTs. and barn with
loft and grain bins for six horses and two
Cows; truck patch and young orchard; al
falfa pasture, grove and yards, all fenced
with woven wire.
The above property Is situated on the
edge of a live, thriving town of 1,100 In
habitants, on direct line, 140 miles, from
Trice. 15,200. Terms, half cash, balance t
years at f per cent.
II. R. HUBBARD.
Room L 1124 Farnam St., Omaha.
110,000 HOME FOR
Owner leaving the city has decided to
sacrifice his home In order to make a
quick sale; rooms, modern, hardwood
finish, hot water heat, large barn, east
iront lot, permanent walks, pavement;
elos to street oar, park and Field club.
14,000 cash; balance easy,
j. H. DUMONT BON.
Phone Douglas 190. 1006 Farnam St.
New, Field Club
7-ROOM, Just completed,' faces east, be
tween park and Field club. Handsome
terior and convenient, and beautifully
finished interior. Beet of quartere-sawed
whit oak on first floor. 16,000, terms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1001 M. i. Llfs. Doug, or A-1162.
BOULEVARD HOUSE. 2241 North lth
St., 9-rooms. modern, only 11,500. Thomas
urennan. noom i, new xork Llfs Blag.
For sale, a hot water heatlna- olant.
good condition and new Inlaid linoleum for
otore. Call at Leffert's, 40 Broadway,
Neb. Father, JO
Teacher, A, E.
CITY FHOPKHTY I'OR g ALB.
KOUNTZE PlACE HOME
FOR LESS THAN YOU
COULD product: IT
2011 BINNEY STREET
Elffht enactnue ronrn. tint mrmimr fceat.
finest of plumbing, beautiful fixtures.
uarter-sawed oak finish, expensive and
rtlstlc decorations. . full basement.
cemented and plantered. laundry and every
convenience of a thoroughly equipped
omc. Plumbing and heatine- cost over
21.2iX). Honeptly built not for sale, but for
home. The owner wants to ue the
money for his business and offers this per
fect horn fort less than It actually cost
Location Is In keeDlns- with the house.
Finney street being one of the best In
Full lot. 60xU4: paved street, and all th
special taxes paid.
Tou need not build when such a house is
ready to move Into.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St.
WEST FARNAM DISTRICT
Beven-room house, with larr recentlon
hall; east front; paved street; strictly mod
ern; cellar cemented and brlcked-tip laun
dry room; built a little over one year.
11. W0 down, balance will carry on property.
Don't hesitate. You can't duplicate thin for
ine money, m.rto.
GRAHAM-PETERs REALTY CO..
22 New York Life Bldg. Both Phones.
' A real bargain In a practi
cally new 4-room cottage In
the south part of the city.
Modern except furnace. Owner
very anxious to sell; outs
price to 11.650.
The Byron Reed Co.,
Phones Doug. 297, A 2S34. 214 S. 14th St.
Northwest corner 4Sth and Butt fit
worth of bearing ,rult trees. Only
. tasy terms.
2 lots on 26th Av., Just off Spragu St
saou, easy terms.
4 lots. 47th and Chicago Sts.. 1450 each
Tour 'hole of 4 lots at 40th and Am.
W. L' SELBY,
436 Board of Trade Bldg.
HANSCOM PARK DISTRICT
FINE HOUSE, BEAUTIFUL
1302 GEORGIA AVE., $5,250
Do you want a nice house on beautiful
east front oorner lot, on a fin street of
houses? If so, don't fall to see this houne.
The lot Is 60x140 feet, nice terrace; both
streets paved and paving paid for. Nice
arrangement of rooms, hleh ceillnsra. Room
on rear of lot for brick flat. Tou can buy
this for 11.260 cash. Terms on balance.
HASTINGS A HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
OWNER LEAVING TOWN
WANTS TO SELL HOME
14.800 490 California St., I
room, two story house, strictly
modern, hsrd pine floors and
finish throughout. Mantle and
grata in reception hall, 4 bed
rooms on second floor. Re
cently reduced from 16.200 for
immedlat sal. Reasonable
NEW DUNDEE HOME ON
1022 Cuming St., 7. room and
reception hall, I story square
house. Full basement and
large attic Modern In every
xespect; oak finish; 4 bedrooms,
and bath on second floor.
- Stairway to attlo. Best com
bination fixtures. Lot 60x134
feet. Price, RjO.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
' 1601 Farnam 8t.
' EASY ENOUGH
NEW HOUSE $100 CASH
balance 117 per mo., neat cottage, Just com
pleted, 4 large rooms and reception hall,
floored attic with stairway and space for 2
rooms, city water, electric light, level lot
f0xl2& sinhtly location. 2 blocks from car.
tiO to li'jO cash and 110 to too per mo. for
following: 6-roorn cottage, closet, sewer,
water, gas, paved street, near 24th and
bame near 1'Sih and Dodge. 12,150. --room
house, gas. closet, sewer, shade.
permanent walks, lot MxluO, near Uth and
D-room cot tan full lot. near Kth and
Spragu Sts., ll.fcO.
6-room cottage, best repair, city water.
gas. full lot. east front, near 27th and Bur-
6-i oom modern cottage, newly painted and
repaired, lot SOxlSO. near -flsth and Burt.
It-room house. 2 lots 100x120. larre shade
trees, brick walks, near 21st and Center.
7-room modern house, aood .condition.
large barn, shade and fruit trees, perma
nent walks, lot Mxl40, south front, finest
reauienoe locality, near 41d and Grant, JJ.600.
6-room cottage, city water, full level lot,
near Ulvervlew park, 1700.
RUSSELL & McKl TRICK CO.
412 Raing Bldg.
Uth and Harney.
1-ROOM bungalow; new: all modern: hot
water heat; fine lawn; garage, lot 60x160,
close to Country olub; must be seen to be
appreciated. Price exactly 13,160.
P. 0. NIELSEN & CO.,
701 N. T. L. Bldg. Both Phones.
Niee l-room. all modern exoept heat, lot
Hxl0, permanent aidewalk, cement steps
and walk in front yard, nice shade and
lawn, finely terraced, on 17th street be
tween Charles and beward Sts.
22d and Cuming Sts.
9 ROOMS, NEW
This fin house was built for a home 1
years ago. Ths owner has left the city and
wishes to sell at once. Haa full lot, beau
tiful lawn and fine shade and fruit trees,
alac a nice barn suitable for Barege, with
driveway from th front; furnace heat.
fine large reception nan, parlor,, back par
lor, dining room, large kltoheii, Uai ge but
ler's pantry and rear entry on first floor:
1 bed rooms and bath on second floor;
large floored attic. This Is a very ub-
xantially built house and is entirely mod
ern and complete in every way. All tne
nooma are nicely capered and it Is In fit at-
class condition. Fine south front lot, among
nice homes. Why build when you can buy
this house and fine lot much cheaper than
you can duplicate it? Se us about this
nlaca at onve.
HASTINUal V HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
$100 CASH, $15 MONTH
Near car line, school and church.
How much have you saved, paying rent.
fur last ten years!
Start Right, Now
Suite 624, N.
Y. Lit Bldg..
18 Per Cent Net
Tlda Is what you would call a real snap.
$9,000, $5,000 Cash
Balance I per cent. Let us tell you about
It. It is wartn wrue. .-owe'e i.sni m
Co.. Suit 6 4 N. Y. Llle Lla.., 'fuon 1
CITY PHOPKRTV FOH lltl
DO YOU WANT A HOME IN
IF SO LOOK THIS UP.
New, all modern, 6 room house,
oak finish o.i first floor, oak
floor on second floor, tile vesti
bule, fine outside sleeping room
on second floor, also screened
room on first, is plastered and
can be used as winter sun parlor.
Location sightly and desirable.
Just west of above we have al
most a duplicate, except larger.
BENSON & CARMICHAEL,
642 Paxton Block
FOR SALE Two newly box, ball alleys
In fine shape; very cheap for cash; would
sell separately. C. V. Parker, Arnolds
Park. la. .
C. H. HENDERSON.
211 Board of Trade. 'Phone Douglas 1168.
Omaha City Real Estate.
Keith County Land.
FOR quick returns, list your real eetate
for sal and exchange with me, no sale,
no pay. W. W. Mitchell, Board of Trade
Bldg., Omaha. Neb.
HOT WATER 1 1 EAT
In the fine, new, modern home at I4?4
Brown St.; 7 living rooms, small bs.rn, fin
south front lot, half block west of 2tth St.;
Brown St. Is E blocks north of Amos Ave.
House was built by carpenter-owner for a
home, but must be sold at once. Prloe re
duced to 13.600; reasonable terms; or small
property considered In exchange. Posses
sion at once. See a bargain at onee.
J. W. Rasp Co.
Corner Bxl32, with ft R. spur on two
sides and broad cavaa eTreet on other, near
weDsier street aepot. o,vw.
Harrison & Morton,
011 N. Y. Life Bldg.
900 acrta In Iwrenc Fork Creek valley.
ahAilt 10 ml li ennlk s-Aa. a' a-A .nA4
rj u a, aw saiatw ovuvii w sew j a ski lUHaui a.
Neb.) nearly all smooth, tillable land, good
soil; fine water; big soaking rain out there
last week; only is an acre.
HICKS REAL ESTATE 6o., Omaha, Neb.
Soiitji Omaha Home
Modern 7-room house; hot water heat
large, airy rooms, newly paved street
and garage. Call at 2R14 E. St., South
iwiana. or pnon noutn w.
FARM AND HANCli LAD FOR ALB
SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS Laugh at
this, 14 acres, on mile of station; 100
acres cultivated; all the place under fenoe;
4 good wells, good houses, barns and out
buildings; woods, pasture; no rock, no hills;
come see the corn that is on it nowi price.
210 per acre. Do you want a hornet Then
write ureen at ureen,. 14 ope. Art.'
S20 ACRES, Lincoln county,' Colo., for
lie or exen. lor city: income nrooertr.
Address Page, 406 Clapp, "Des Moines, 1
FOR SALE COLORADO SNAP.
220 acres of good prairie land in Logan
county, coio.; every loot tillable land;
miles from station; at 17 per acre; great
snap; will doubls In ons year, and must
be sold In the next 10 days: don't write,
but come and see, as this will bs sold to
the first man that looks at It. Morton &
Waldo, Sterling, Colo.
Over Six Hundred Acres,
The Kelsey Farm,
Monona County. Castana, la.
Full particulars and terms.
Howard D. Gordon, Haxardville, Conn.
FOR SALE Land In northern central
Kanaas, In Solomon river valley: Improved
farms, ranches and raw land: pure soft
water and plenty 01 it; limber; good mar
kets and no crop failures; land at right
price for investments or homes. For de
scrtpttve circular and prices address A. W
Loomis, Minneapolis, Kan.
OUT THET OO TO HATNRS ANT)
MOTT. ADAMS AND HETTINOF.R
COUNTIES. NORTH DAKOTA, to buy our
low-prtced land and ses the big crops of
Dollar Wheat: new railroads building and
new towna, where new hotels and business
houses are needed. See Wm. H. Brown
Co., Haynes, Adams County, North Dakota,
tor maps and facts.
V. 8. GOVERNMENT LAND
OPENING UNDER CAREY ACT.
Conrad-Valler project. Montana. 70 000
acres of fine, grassy prairie under Irriga
lion, urawtng uctober 7. Must reg
ister for drawing before October 7. Can
register by mail. For Information and
blanks write W. M. WAYMAN. Valler,
Montana, or nau security sank mat., muv
Scott's Bluff Lands
While rain is badly needed her In the
corn belt, out In th valley ot th North
PlJ(t they are growing and harvesting
the finest crops you ever saw. Just think
of a man losing sleep over his corn crop when
he can go out Into the western part of
Nebraska, where he will control th water
make rain when th crop need It.
Every day of drouth in th corn belt
Is reducing the corn crop at least one
bushel to the acre. Isn't that a big price
to pay for lack of water T Every farmer
In Nebraska or Iowa would give
11000 PER ACRE FOR WATER
If he could today turn a fine stream onto
his cornfield. IT IS WATER THAT
MAKES THE CROP. W have sold since
May 4, 12.000 acres of Scott'a Bluff land
with an abundant water supply. People
have Invested about a million dollars In
that land with water to Inmre a crop.
Why not go out and look at it yourself?
W run an
EXCURSION EVERT TUESDAY.
Come in and aee us, write or telephone
at once, as the land Is selling rapidly.
PAVNE INVESTMENT CO.,
N. T. L. Bldg.. Omaha.
SARPY COUNTY FARM BARGAINS
100 acrea, 2 miles from Springfield, all
tillable, well Improved. This Is a good one
and a bargain at 1100 per acre: terms.
10 acres, 2H miles from Springfield, 60
acres in crop, balance oak timber, pas
ture; fair Improvements. A snap at 10
127 acrea, 7 miles south of Gretna; rolling
up land: 10 acrea In crop; fair Improve
ments, and the cheapest farm in the atate,
at 166 per acre.
These 41 all good farms and every one
a bargain. Call on or write Dean-Andrews
Co., 4 N Y. Life Bldg.. Omaha.
FARM FOR SALE, consisting of J.
acres, and one block In Amelia; this fsrm
Is well Improved, large two-story house
barns, cribs, granariea and all other kinds
of buildings, is well fenced, has four flow
ing wells, ftsfc. pond well stocked with
fish, all good "it torn land, farming land,
meadow, pastur and grove; thirty rods to
good creamery, twenty roda to school
house. Price, If sold at price, 1,500, with
WOCO cash. I had fixed this farm for my
home through life, but on account of poor
health will have to gn to the mountains
before Culd wrather. Come and se It or
writ O. C. Sauimous, Amelia, Neo.
FARM AND K tMH UKO FOK Al
A raw OF MITCHELL'S
1 600 acres farm and stock ranch, Knox
county, Nebraska; finely Improved; 1.00"
acres ood fsrm lsnd; 130 acres alfalfa;
well fenced. A bargain at an acre.
1.570 an. -a well improved bay and stock
ranch, Joining Nebraska county seat town,
cuts l.ouo tons hay. 130 an acre.
Two finely Improved Rock county, Ne
braska dairy farms of 4M) acres each; all
rich valley land. 130 an acre.
120 acres Improved Bufrslo county, Ne
braska, farm, Z2& acres in cultlvstlon,
worth 140; price, for quick sale. 1 an
Ask about these, for they are all bar
W. W. MITCHELL,
Board of Trade Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALE Fine 160-acr farm, good
buildings, fine water and windmill In An
telope Co.; price 1W. Address Owner, Box
41, Koute L Clearwater, Neb.
IRRIGATED land on the North Piatt
liver valley, watered from government
ditch; no drouth; no cop failures. Price,
irom ysv acre up. see u. m. looa, Bridge
NEBRASKA LAND CHEAP
We have a fine assortment of good land
In DEUEL and CHEYENNE counties. Ne
braska. Close to U. P. H. R. and good
towns, where crops cannot be beat. Wheat
Is making from 20 to 40 bushels per acre,
and all other crops are good. A nice, level
country with the very best of soil. We can
sell you these lands at from 116 to 126 per
acre, on good terms. One crop will pay for
the land. Let us show you tnls fins coun
try: w go every Tuesday. Writ us for
S. E. WAIT & CO.,
417 Be Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
IMPROVEMENTS on homestead for sale:
under government dl.ch; P.atte river, west
ern Nebraska. Sea E. M. Todd. Bridgeport.
SOUTH Dakota farm, ranch, mineral and
timber land for sale or trade. 1.800 acrea
part irrigated farm, line Improvement, one
mil flt ot uapid city in Kapld River
valley for sal or trade. Bargain. Tell 11.1
fully what you wish .o buy. sell or trade.
Com west; make money in land. Rep
resentatives wanted, farmers preferred.
Farrar it Jepsen, Rapid City, . D.
I HAVE. 160-acr farm for sale or
trade In Gregory county, 8. D. Writ
owner for Information. C. L. Hangen,
Lucas, S. D.
FOR SALE Well lm Droved 640-acre farm
In on solid section. 1X acres of which Is
in fin state of cultivation; all fenced and
cross fenced; good house, barn and gran
aries and oorn cribs; largs caul sheds,
stook scales, artesian well, etc.; can all
be cultivated; price 188 per acre. For
terms and particulars address or call on
McCUllen Land Co., Miller. S. D.
NICE, smooth, well lmDroved farms In
Nodaway county, Missouri; price, 166 to
11O0 per acre; just as good as you can buy
in western Iowa or eastern Nebraska at
1100 to 1176. Smith Hlnes, Hopkins, Mo.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
1100 to 110.000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wead hldg., utn ana rarnam.
1500 to 13,000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keef
Real Usial CO., iwu 1. iit. uoug. 01
MONET TO LOAN Payne Invesment Co.
FIVES PER CENT MONET
to loan on
Omaha Business Property.
' THOMAS BRENNAN.
Room L Nv York LU Bldg.
GARVIN BROS., Ill N. T. Life. 1600 10
$200,000 on improved property. No delay.
"WANTED City loans and warrants. W,
Farnam Smith Co., 1820 Farnam Hi.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
PATNE. BOSTWICK CO., N. T. Lit
Private money, 15W to !b.ouo; low rat.
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotiated.
Apply Rooms 417-11 First Nat l fciauk Ulug,
Bell 'Phone, Douglas 2311.
LOWEST RATES Bemla. Brandels Bldg.
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED Several carloads of fresh milk
cows or springers. Dealers In stats, 1st us
hear from you. Alamlto Sanitary Dairy
Co., 1112 Farnam BL
BEST price paid for Id-hand furniture,
stoves, clothing. W. Rosenblatt. Tel. D. 6401.
BEST price paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothes and shoes. Tsl. Doug.
WANTED Befor sohoot commence, th
best house 14.000 or 14,600 win buy In
Kountse Place, or Hanscom Place, or such
a neighborhood. F. D. WEAD, 1801 Farnam,
BALTIMORE Sd-hand store pays best
prloe Id-hand f urnltura clothes, eta D. 4166.
CHAUFFEUR wants position th private
rarniiy; u years experience; nonesi, sooer.
tc. Address D Be.
.WANTED By young man, place to work
for board while attending Boylea college.
CHAUFFEUR wants position driving
tourists on southern or eastern, tours: hare
driven In two Ulldden tours and other long
trips. Address a avi, isee.
When writing to advertisers remember it
only takes a stroke or two Of th pen to
mention th fact that you saw the ad In
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
To the stockholders of the Omaha Southern
ou are hereby notified that by resolu
tions of th Board of Directors of Omaha
Southern Railway Company, duly adopied
at a meeting of said board an the 17th day
of August, 1909, a special meeting of ths
stockholders ot Omaha Southern Railway
Company has been called to be held at the
general officea and principal business of-
rice or sain company, ai in onic 01 J. a.
Wtear, at the southeast corner of Fifieenm
street and i-arnam atreet. In the city
Omaha. Nebraska, on th 23d day of Ooto
ber, l.vi, at V o cIock in the lorenoon, for
the following purposes:
(1.) To consider the sale, conveyance
and transfer by this Company of tha whole
and every part of Its line of railroad and
branohea, constructed or to be constructed
together with all the real estate and other
aetels and property, real, personal or
nnxel, rlgnts, privileges, franchises, powers
and Immunities of this company, and all
Interests therein, to The Missouri Pacific
Railway Company, a consolidated corpora
tlon of the (States of M.ssourl, Kansas and
NebraskaT loriiied unucr a certain Con
tract and Articles of Consolidation dated
the Suit day of May, imu; and to deter
mine whether such aale. conveyance and
transfer, and the terms thereof, shall be
consented to, ra lined, assented to, approved
and adopted; ana
ii.) 11 11 snau oe aeierminea Dy tne
stockholders that such sale, conveyance
and tranaler be consented to, ratified, as
ernud to, approved and adopted, then to
authorise and direct th proper officers of
this company fr"m time to time to execut
and deliver any and all deeds and other
instruments or wna.ever nature, and to
take all further or other action. neoeBuarv
or proper to carry such sale, conveyance
and tiansrer ruuy into eirect; and
it To ratify and confirm all action
taken and authorised by the Board of Dl
rectors of this Company, and lo taks any
other action In the premises, and to trans
act any other business that may properly
come Ovroro ine meeting.
For trie DurDose of this meetlnc th
stock transfer Looks ot this Company will
be closed at the close of business on th
12th day of October, 1X)9, snd remain closed
until the opening of business on the Ztn
day or October, I'M.
Dated August 17, 1909.
8. B. SCHUYLER
Provident ot Omaha Southern Hallway
F W. '.RLAVD.
Ketivtary of Omaha Southern Railway
NOTTCE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
To th Stockholders of Omaha Belt Rail
You are hereby notified that by resolu
tions of the Board of Directors of the
Omaha Belt Railway Company, duly
adopted at a meeting of said Board oft the
17th day of August, 190k. a special meeting
of th stockholders of Omaha Belt Rallwav
Company has been called to be held at the
general offices and principal business office
of said company, at the office of C. E.
Wagar. at the southeast corner of Uth
street and Farnam street. In th city of
Omaha. Nebraska, on the Urd day of Octo
ber, IK, at nine o'clock In th forenoon,
for the following purposes:
(1) To consider the sale, conveyance and
transfer by this Company of th whole and
every part of Its line of railroad and
branches, constructed or to be constructed,
together with sll the real estate and other
asset and property, real, personal or
mixed, rights, privileges. frsnohlscs,
powers and Immunities of this Company,
end all Interests therein, to Th Missouri
Paolflo Railway Company, a consolidated
corporation of the states of Missouri. Kan
sas and Nebraska, formed under a certain
Contract and Artlclea ot Consolidation
dated th ttth day of Mny. lo: and to
determine whether such sale, conveyance
and transfer, and the terms thereof, shall
be consented to. ratified, assented to, ap
proved nnd adnpted; and,
(J) If It Bhall be determined hy the
stockholders that such sale, conveyance
and transfer be corsented to, ratified, as-
srnted to, approved and adopted, then to
uthor'.ie and direct the proper officers or
tills Lu.nL.nuV from time to time to ex
ecute end deliver any and all deeds and
other instruments of whatever nature, nnd
to take all further 01 other action, neces
sary or proper to earry such sale, oonvey
nee and transfer fully into etieci; ana.
m To ratify ard confirm till actien
taken and authorised by the Board of Di
rectors of this Company, and to take any
other actloo In the premises, and to
transact any other business that may prop-
rly come bcfoi the meeting.
For th DUi Dose of this meeting the stock
transfer books of this Company will b
closed at the close of business on the J2th
ay of October. 1909, nnd remain closed
mil the opening Of business on me Sftn
day of October, 1909.
Dated August Uth, 1909.
C. S. CLARKE,
President of Omaha Belt Railway Com-
nany. F. W. 1RLAND,
Secretary of Omaha Belt Railway Com
pany. AUgl UII
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
'o the Stockholders of the Nebraska soutn-
ern Ra'lway Company:
Y.i 11 are herebv notified that by resolu
tion of th Board of Directors ot Th Ne-
raska Southern Railway Company, duly
dot) led at a meeting of said board on the
Uth day of August. 1908, a speolal meeting
of the stockholders of Th Nebraska South
ern Hallway company haa been called to
be held at the general offices and principal
business oiric or said company at in ot
flce of C. E. Wagar, at the southeast oor-
sr of Fifteenth street and arnam street,
In the city of Omaha, Nebraska, on ths 23d
ay of ootober. mv. at o oioca in in
forenoon, for the following purposes:
(1). To consider the ale, conveyance
and transfer by this Company of th whole
and every -part of its line of railroad and
orancnes, constructed or 10 o oonstruoira,
together with all th real estate and other
sets and property, real, personal or
mixed, rights, privileges, franchises, powers
and Immunities of tnls Company, and all
Interests therein, to The Missouri Pacific
Railway Company, a consolidated corpora
tion of th States of Missouri, Kansas and
Nebraska, formed under a eertain contract
nd Articles of Consolidation dated the 2Vth
day of May, 1909; and to determine whether
sucn sal, conveyance and transfer, and
th terms thereof, shall b consented to,
ratified, assented to. approved and adopted:
a) It i: shall be determined by th
stockholders that such sale, conveyance
and transfer be consented to. ratified, as
sented to, approved and adopted, then to
authorise and direct th proper officers of
this 00111 nany from time to time to exeouta
and deliver any and all deeds and other In
struments of whatever nature, and to take
an runner or omer acuen. necessary or
proper to earry such sal, conveyance and
iransrer tuny into errect; ana
(2.) To ratify and confirm all action
taken and authorized by th Board of Dl
reotors of this company, and to tak any
Other action In the premises, and to trans
act any other business' that may properly
oom before th meeting.
For the purpose of this meeting th stock
transfer books of this Company will be
closed at the close of business on the 11th
day of October. 1909, and remain closed
until the opening of business on the 2uth
aay or uoiooer, ltus.
Dated August 17, 1900.
Prssldent of Th Nebraska Southern Rail
F. W. IRTJIND.
Secretary of Th Nebraska Southern Rail
way Company. Alld21t
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
, A. Howard and wife to E. P.
Stoltcnbarg. lot L block 1. Haloyon
Heights 1 1.000
Michael Massara and wit to Fanni
H. Perry. eU of lot 16. Mayfiald. 1.200
C. H. Brlggs and wife to LueUa U.
McLaughlin. Dart taxlot 12. U-16-11. 1(00
Ralston Townsit Co. to Myrtle
Tlsor. lot 24. block 1. Ralston 200
Maximilian Rampacek and . wife to
W. b.. Auchmuty. lot 16. Blooa- 1.
Creighton 1st 666
Frank Rtpa to Frank Krecek. lot 21.
block 2. Kountu 1th 150
H. A. Tukey and wife to Alphonso
Howard, lot 11. Tukey's sub 100
J. B. Ford, trustee, to F. D. Weed,
two tracts In block 12. West Omaha 1.126
Edward Dowllng and Wife to Himan
Goldstein, lot I, block 41, Omaha..
Hastings Heyden to D. L. Sonaff-
nlt. lot 13. block 2. Collier Place... . 476
Bam to Matti J. Lighten, lot 21,
blook 7, Monmouth Park 426
A. B. Rice and wife to C. A. Eriok-
son. lots. I. 1. 19. 20. block L Mili
tary add . 1.600
u. hi. Buttertieid and wire to Peter
Boioilk. lot 4, block t. Summit add. 1000
0. f. Thiebana and wire to c. c.
Bushnell. lot 61. Drexel add 60
Anna Wilson to Clara Crowe, lot 1,
block ill, Omaha 26.600
Fiorcnc Co. to J. A, Holtsman, lot
29, Florence Heights 600
W. A. Carter and wife to Alice C.
Howell, lot U, block i, Hanscom
L. E. Falconbury and wife to Sarah
12. Andrews, lot 1, block G, Snlnn s
John A. Cavers and wife to Harry V.
tsurkiey. lots n and so. May field.... I 4.900
rneodor vols and wuc to John A.
Cavers, same 4.000
John '. Morlarty to Theodore Thorin,
lot 21. block 18, and lot 23, block 17,
Orchard Hill 200
Heirs of John B. Furay to McCagu
investment company, lot 14, block 1.
Lowe's subdlv six)
Homestead company to Clarence R.
way. lots 117 and 111. Homestead.... 20
Parkway Real Estate company to
Henry Sorensen, wo feel lot 22,
block B, Saunders tt Himsbaugh's
Samuel S. Uilllsple and wit to same.
w40 feet lot 22. block B, sama 100
M. R. Webster to John B. Phlppea. .
nlOSH feet lots 1 and 4. block 1. Re-
dlck Park 1.000
pame to same, sio feet same
i. R. Conkling and wife to Theodore
Vols, lot 27 and 10, May field 2.000
George N. Peck and wife to Robert
H. Lord, wuO feet lot I, block 7. For
est Hill s.M0
llome Terrace company to William
J. Peterson, lot 6, block 1. Horn
paxmn rteai r.state company to Hans
xs. Jensen, lots 71. 74. 76 and 80. Key
stone Psrk 2,600
amcnaei rronx. jr., to Micnaei r ronk.
sr.. lots 1 and 1, block 1, Riverside
PhKsumpslo Saving bank to James
Neville, sublot 12 of lot 1, Capitol
Elisabeth M. Bhahan to Frederick H.
lilake, lots 1. t, 24 and 27, block U,
Thoirrfs J. O Neil and wife to Christ
lluntsen, lot 24, block 21, Albright
N. P. Dodge, Jr., and wife to R. B.
Howell, lot 1 taxlot 6, section 28-16-12
Charlea W. Lyman and wit to Amos
Snyder, lot 12. block 6, D wig lit 4k
Lyman's add (76
Lucy Mimons st al. to Peter Firyg. lot
6 and nVi lot 1, block 141, South
John w. Fitzgerald and wife to Allen
T. Oow, lot 14. block 1. Boulevard
stat isationai pang of Cleveland to
Mary Kel teller, Hots Si and It, Lenox
CEMF.NT WAI,K-WAI1 DTPARTMKXT,
olfU-e of the constructing utist terrnasier.
Fort Crook. Nrtunka, Aimuxl 24. l:v.
Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will be re
ceived at t'il office tun II 11 00 a. m., Sep
tember 22. 1W. and then publicly opened,
for th coiiHti urtion of lt.MD square feet.
more or ess. of rment w alks at r ort
Crook. Nebraska. Certified cheek or Surely
Oompany s guarantre for aMno must ac
company cneh rid. iroponais musi p
made on the forms to be obinlned at this
office. Plans and specifications r,"V b
sen hv Intrndln bMd-re at the office of
the Chief yuerierniester. Department of th
Missouri, Ojcata, ,el)., ana at mis omen.
Necessary blhtik form and full Inform
ation furnished upon apptlratlun her.
Certified check for 16.00 lo guarantee re
turn on or before September Zl. iw. win r
required befor plans and speclflratlons will
be sent to prospective bidders. Th United
States reserves the right to reject any or
all bids. Envelopes containing proposals
must be Indorsed "Proposals for Cement
Walks, Fort Crook, Neb.." and addressed
to Captain .IOSETH F. OOM N. construct
ing quartermaster. A. 14-26-24-27 S. 21-21
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
Quartermnster. Cheyenne, Wyoming, Au
gust 11th. 19t Sealed proposals, in triple
cam, will be received at this office until
9:90 a. m , mountain time, Monday, August
th. 1900, and then opened In publto, for
Construction of Steel Fences for ."orrals
at Fort D. A. Russell, Wyoming, and for
the necessary grading oonnected therewith.
Price for each to be stated separately.
Blank forms, plan and specifications and
full Information will be given on applica
tion at this office. Plana and speolftoatlon
will also be on file In the offle of: Chief
Quartet master. Department of Colorado,
Denver, Colorado; Chief Quartermaster,
Department of th Missouri, Omaha, Ne
braska, and In tha office of th secretary
of Builders' Exchange, St. Paul, Minn. Ths
Government reserved th right to accept
or reject any or all bids or any part there
of. Envelopes containing proposals should
be Ituiursed Proposals for Steel Fences
at Fort D. A. Russell, Wyoming," and ad-
rcRsed to Captain V. K. Hart. 16th In
fantry, Acting Quartermaster, U. S. Army,
Room 8, Keefe HaJI, Cheyenne, Wyoming.
CHIKF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE-"
umana, Nebraska, August 24, iisj.
Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will be re
ceived here until 10 a. m., central standard
time. September 4, 1909. for furnishing
Wood, Dots and Hay at Military Tourna
ment Grounds, Des 'Moines. Iowa, during
the period from September 10 to October L
190!l, and at Fort Omaha, Nebraska, during
the period from September 25 to October
proposals lor delivery at outer
aces will not b entertained. United
Stales reserves rght to reject or accept
any or all proposals or any part thereof.
Information furnished on application her.
Envelopes containing proposals should b
marked rroposais for wood, uats ana
Hay." and addressed to Maior D. R Mo-
CARTHT, C. Q. M. A 2A-2A-27 8 1-1-1.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
UNION gTATIOH IOTH MAgtf
6 00 pm
oregvn st Washington
Limited 1:00 am 6:46 am
Los Angeles Limited.. 12:66 pm 1:60 pm
Portland Special lx:o& pin 1:60 pm
Fast Mail :30 am 6:46 pm
China it Japan Mail. 4:00 pm 6 46 pm -
Colorado special..... U:W pm 7:10 an
tlieatiice at fltromeburg
Local 12:40 pm 1:20 Pm
North Platte Local... 6:29 pm 10.80 am
Local passenaers not carried on Over
land Limited. "Dally, taily exoept Sun
day, Lstioagfo nortavr stern-
Omaha-Chicago Bpe'L.a :U1 pm a 7:40 am
Colorado-Chicago a 1:20 pm a 1:21 pm
Pacific Coast-Chicago.. a 6:06 pm a i n pm
Chicago Daylight Spe'l.a 7:40 am all:36pm
Omaha-Chicago Local.. al2:06 am aU:H pm
Los Angeles - Portland
Limited a 9:io pm all 3a pm
Overland Limited ,....aU:b0 pm a 7:16 am
Fast Mall a 1:04 am
Fast Local, Cedar
Hap da-Omaha a 1:6 Dm
Omaha-Carrol- t,ocal...a 1:46 pm a 1:30 am
Twin City and Dakota
Daylight a 7:46 am aiu:J0 pm
Minnesota and Dakota. a 7 00 pm
Twin City Limited ....a 1:00 pm a 7:06 am
Bloux city Local a s:a pm a s:n pm
Omaha a f :w am
omaha an:uo am y
Norfolk-Bonestoel a 7:60 am al0; pm
Llnooln-Long Pin ....a 7:60 am all:0 ana
Norfolk-South Piau...D l.w pm Dswpra
Hastings-Superior b 1:16 pm b 6:20 pm
Deadwood-HOt Springs. a 1:55 pm a 1:20 pm
Caapor-Lander a 1:56 pm all 00 am
Fremont-AiDion ..os:supm ui:piar
Chlcaso, Koelc Island A. i'aelfla-
Rocky Mountain Ltd. ...a 1:10 am ali o! pm
Iowa Looal a 6:40 am a 4:S0 pm
The Mountaineer a 7:42 am a 1:53 ant
Des Molnss looai a :w pm au:su pin
owa Local biu:st am D :M pm
Chicago-Eastern Ex. ...a 4:40 pm a 1:10 pm
Chicago-Nebraska Ltd. a 1:0 pm a 1:06 am
Th Mountaineer..., a 1:00 am a 7:36 am
for Lincoln) a :a am a b:t pm
Colo, and Cat. Ex a 1:20 pm a 4:80 pro
Okla. and Texas Ex. ...a 4:40 pm a 1:00 pm
Rocky Mountain uo..,tu:ii vn a l.u am
Chicago Ureal Westerw '
Chicago Limited a 1:11 am a 1:99 pm
Twin City Liimuaa ....a s:is am a s:w pm
a 1:00 pm
Twin City Express
a 1:00 pm a 1:00 am
Cklcaaro, Milveaaaes, se at. rani
Chicago and Co'o. Spec. a 7 26 am all: 40 pm
Cal. and Oregon Gx.6 1:00 pm a 1:15 pm
Overland Limited all:48 pm a 7:16 am
...b 1:1 pm bU:U am
...a 7:15 am a 1:46 pm
...a 1:00 pm a 7:111 am
...b 7:16 am
Chicago Express. ...
Mlnn.-Hi. paui -xp.
....a 4 00 pm a 7 15am
Omaha-Ft. Dodg Loo.b 4:16 pm bU:10 am
St. Louis Ex a 1:10 pm a 1:25 am
6t. Louis Local (from
Council Bluffs) a 1:00 am au:u pm
gtanusrry Local (from
Council Fiurrs) o o:uu pm dio:ib am
K. C. and Hi. u Ex a t:0v am a 7.-00 am
K. C. and St. L. Ex. (lv.
Sat. 12 p. m all: 16 pm a 6:60 pm
BURLINGTON STA IOTH BfASOlf
. Leave. Arrive.
enver and California. ..a 4:10 pm a l.ii pm
Pugtt Sound Ex.,
4:10 pm a 1:10 pm
Lincoln Fast Mall....
..a 4:14 pm a 1:10 pm
,.a 1:20 am a 1:10 pm
,.b 1:20 pra al2:16 pm
..a 1:1 am a6:10pm
.. b t:ul am
..a 7:26 pm a 7:60 pm
,.b 1:06 pm - bl0: am
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,.al2 30 pm a 2:40 pm
..all .64 pm a 7:06 am
..a 7 2B am all: 36 pm
..a 4:20 pm a 1:66 pm
,..a 180 pm a 1:00 am
..a li am all:9Iam
Colorado Limited ....
St. Louis Kx.
a 4:M pm all'M am
Kansas City and St. Jo. al0.46pm a 1:46 am
Kansas City and St. Jo. a t:U am a 1:10 pm
Kansas City snd St. Jo. 4:40 pm
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Sioux City Express b 2:00 pm bll:46 am
Omaha Loral c 1:20 pm
Sioux City Paasejiger.... btMPm
Twin City Passenger. ...b 1:30 am
Hloux City Loral c I B am
Fmerson Local b 1:66 pm b 1:11 am
Auburn Local b 1:60 pm bll:20 am
b Dally except Sunday. 0 Sua-
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SAILING JANUARY 20.1910
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