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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUTTED AY, JANFARY 30, 1913.
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AND SAVE YOUR ENERGY,
says.,DR. Cyril G. Hopkins,
soil expert at the Illinois Experiment
Station, than continue farming on the
plan of taking from and not putting
4 back into the soil those things which
are absolutely essential to perma
nent, successful agriculture.
And he proves this statement. But
he does more. Alter showing with
irrefutable facts just why the pre
vailing American method, of farm
ing is ruinous, he demonstrates how
you can make your farm yield from
30 to 40 more bushels per acre.
It's all in a series of articles entitled
The Farm That
Won't Wear Out
Now appearing in The Country
This Week's Issue On Sale Today
The Homesteader's Gamble H &
week's issue. It is by W. J. Harsha, a Colorado home
steader, and it tells the whole homcsteading proposition
from A to Z. Mr. Harsha has been through the mill
and he says that a man who stakes a homestead and
hasn't die two G's gumption and grit had better
quit. He says further that a homesteader will stand a
better chance of succeeding if he has $1000 in cash.
AWordWith the Women, few"
tlewoman" a farmer's wife, a inothcr, a good house-
keeper and an intelligent woman all rolled into one writes
an article that is full of helpful ideas and sensible advice. This
week her subject is Farm Children's Clothing. This issue also
contains: Using The Kitchen's Left-Overs (a substantial way of
reducing the cbsfbf living); Netb Simple Furniture (showing that
economy, beauty and utility may be combined; From Tough to
Tender (meaty suggestions in the full'sense of the word).
And. IWrW AH TIipsa Fpahiroc T1?'? soU2tion f thc farm !abor Problcm
mavij a vMhut vu Dy waiter V. V
1 II .1 1 T ! .
, Wochlke; Spring Plants In the Greenhouse, thc keynote of
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legislation, poultry, crops and thc markct,.and a page of pertinent editorial comment
For Sale at Any News-Sternd or Buy of Any SATURDAY EVENING POST Boy
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more than 200,o E"R,G NELSON, 1618 Gapitol Avenue, Omaha, Neb.
ROADS' AGENCIES SEPARATED
Union Pacifio and Southern Pacific
Give Up Joint Agencies.
WILL CREATE NEW OFFICES
So Change o Mr jtlarir In the Union
l'aclflo Family In TliU City for
dome Time To .(null
' Court' Ortlrr.
In response to the decree of the United
States supreme court next Sunday the
segrecutlon of the merger of the Union
and Southern Pacific roads will have
been made complete. This U the Juror
matlqh that cornea from New York and
la received at the Union Pacific head,
quarters In thla city. .
After next Sunday at no place In tho
United States, or eUewhere, will the two
Pacific roads maintain Joint agencies.
One Dose Relieves
rpe'a Cold Compound Cure Colds
aad Grippe in Few Hour
Tastes Nice Acta Gently.
Tou can aurely end Grippe and 'break
up the moat severe cpld either In head,
chest, back, stomach or llraba by taking
a dose of Pape's Cold Compound every
two hours until three consecutive dose
It promptly relieves tho, moat miserable
headache, dullness, head and noie stuffed
lip, feverishness, sneezing, aorV throat,
mucous catarrhal dischargee, running of
the nose, soreness, stiffness and rheuma
Take this wonderful Compound as di
rected, without Interference with your
usual duties and with the kuowledge tiiot
there Is nothing elsei In' the World, which
'will euro your cold or end Grippe misery
as promptly and without any other as
sistance or bad after-effects as a S-cent
package of Papa's Cold Compound, which
any druggist can supply accept: no sub-Mltuta-contaJns
no quinine belongs tn
very noma. Tastes nlc,-AdvertUemnt.
Wlgris 011 all -window, will bo changed, nij
Will nil ..ilun.ll.U - . ..
..... .v. nuivinpiiic uii'nm, in cucii city
whore 0110 uKunt In tho past lias haiulltHl
the business or both roads that uncut
must kIvo up the business of one of Im
compunles and cast his lot with tho
other. This will apply even here In
Omaha. The tmme of the Southern P.i
cUlc Will go orf tho windows of tho
building .nt Fourteenth and Fariium
streets, tvo Union Pacific holdtnn U
fort. In the ovent the Southern Pacific
desires to do business hero It "will ,hav
to hunt another location and appoint tin
agent. . '
Thc separation of the business of 'the
two Pacific roads upplles not only to the
passenger, but to the freight traffic as
In a number of tiie largo 'cities where
Joint agencies have been established. It Is
understood that tho agents will elect to
remain with the Union Pacific, but at
this time neither road Is ready to give
out thc names of the appointees. It Is
expected that the appointments will be
made na early as Haturdav in-nnw imt
Monday morning when the offices open
for business, all of the new men may be
at their desks.
Just, how msny new positions will be
oreutcd' by the order Is not given out, but
It Is known that there will be many.
Heretofore Joint agencies huve been
bron maintained In Omaha, Chicago,
iinveiana, I'ltlsliurKli. St. IAuls. Kansas
City. Denver, Salt I-uke City," San Fran
cisco and scores of other cities.
The separation of the traffic offices Is
as far as the two Pacltlo roads wll have
gono In the dissolution of the merger on
the date namod by -the court.
Tle final disposition of the property
cannot fcisettled for some weeks. Ac
cording to New York advices. It may be
months before It can bo determined
whether the Union Pacific will take over
the old Central Pacific from Ogden to
San Krancl.ro, r.nd the numerous
branches In Cullfornln. Tho order of the
court y the Union Pacjflr "may" do
this, bur does not compel the Southern
Pnclflo stockholders to let go.
For tho present, at least, there will be
no ahanges in the Union Pacltlo family
In this city. Titles will remain the same,
though some ot the officials arc expected
to take on greater authority. Until ths
problem of the disposition of the old
Central Paclfia and Its brandies lias
been settled, tho authority of the Union
Pacltlo officials will not be cither cur
tailed or extended.
URE, SMITH AND HOWELL
ARE FIXING UP A SLATE
Messrs. Wllllum O. Ure, county and
city treasurer; Ilobcrt Smith, clerk ot
tho district court, and U. Beecher Howell,
member of the Water board and water
commissioner for the city of Omaha,
have determined not to let the charter
commission primary election go to the
socialists or nny one else by default.
They have placed In the frleld a number
of candidates and are having circulated
petltlonns for signers In -order to get
their slate on tho ballot. The prospective
candidates will look after the official
and political Interests of the framers of
Neal Drink Habit
Treatment a Success
The Xenl Institute ot Omaha Ilaa
Successfully Treated Mofo Than,
n "Thousand Drinking Men and
Women and HeMoretl Them to
The Neal Drink Habit Treatment
la a harmless, vegetable remedy
that never falls to remove tho
craving and necessity tor drink In
three days, without tho use ot
painful, dangerous hypodermic In
jections. This should Interest all of you
men and womeu who have been
drinking too' much during the year
1913. if you do not drink your
self, but are wives and mothers ot
drinking men, It Is your' duty to
help them take treatment and be
gin the New Year right sober. It
you realUo your own condition do
not postpone taking treatment un
til you commit some act, while un
der the Influence of liquor, that
will ruin your lite.
If you cannot stop drinking call
at the Omaha Neal Institute. 1502
South Tenth 8t, and Investigate
the Neal Drink and Drug Habit
Treatment, or write or phono
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Tns Original VawTork aad Z.ondoa
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Plan to be here, rain or shine along
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depeuds largely on good light. Incandescent
Gas Light is nearest daylight and is therefore
best adapted for home lighting.
The Reflex Light
is a convenient and most desirable light for
almost iuy room in the home. It supplies
the ideal light to read by, sew or work by.
t gives more and betjter light than any other
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Use Incandescent Gas
Light and Be Satisfied
I We have many styles, at a wide range pf prices.
Call at our store, or send for a representative.
Omaha Gas Co.
Tel. Doug. 605.
1509 Howard St.
Self-Fitting Emergency Overshoe for Hones.
Prerents slipping or balling when streets or roads are ley
or slippery. SAVES keeplag y our horse rough shod.aa ths
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