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TF1E HEK: OMAHA. MONDAY. .TUNE 14. 1000.
I 1 1 f I I , , REAL ESTATE ITY PHOPURTY KOK SALE (Continued.) BEAUTIFUL CLIFTON HILL A HEAL HOME W want to convince you that u nt a you tan Home iu Omaha Just a little better than rrnt. Nowata Land and Lot Co., putt M4 N. Y. Life Hldg., Omaha, Neb. Phone Red FOR SALE A nine room house, all mndtrii conveniences, lorated nrar Han acom park-or will trade for six room cot tage in good location. Address. M 6t care $7'.n-Thlrd lot south of Ohio on Mth. t(10 pine lot tinr Field rluh. 61). 70 down. tin per. month. MiHarhron Realty Company. 11-24 Lake St. Phone Web. 1(151. IF VOTJ HAVE city property. I arms, ranfn landa or mer chandise to eil (,r trade, Hat them with me. It costs yeu nothing imlos I effect a sal W. W. Mttrthell. 332 Board of Trade Bldg BOl'L.VAIlI JIOI-SK. 2218 North !th 8. roins. moitern, only ,2,SO0 Thomas liret.nat.. Iioom 1 New York Life LOdg. LIST your benperfy with Chrl Boyer. Kd and Cumin Stg. (13) tut Farnam St Property p.'xl, ntai t.il, a loot. m ft. near 24th, brick building worth nearly the asking price, llfc.OuO. 1M ft. near 24th. brlt-k Improvement worth nearly 'he asKing prli. U.00u. 2i' It., ln.-lucca tlie 2 pieces above. Will fell the buildings and throw In the lots o - ll tlie lets aitd throw In the buildings 87 fl.. Improved, near 22d. iS,000. 22 fl. Ii or old I'. hV'bank. $13,000 Terms. 1.12 ft . ttaVl.klly an extension of Farnam a. l:ttii, .M a ft the' long way. 4-s;orv am! 1ikruc-nt brick block near city hall, tia.ou ' ' Harrison & Morton Dundee Home We have, for sale an eight-room, all rr.-xlorn houxe In good condition at 4927 Da. import rit., for Can make reason- able terms. Party In leaving the city and s ' ' It mut-t be aold at once. f A. R Tukeyfc Son t '. 444 Board pf Trade Bldg. Plione Douglas 2181. REAL ESTATE y A It M A.NU liA.MU LA.U FOR IALB ; Colorado. LAND for sale In Colorado within mllea of Julesburg, nice prattle, $10 per acre; ' down, balance ( years' time. Addraas 'llion.UH Coctnan4. Lincoln, Neb. 1, . WATCH US QROW! Itoutt Co., Cok) , Carey act, Irrigated lanyl, $X.i0 per acre. Cheap enuf? W. 8. Rip ley. Mh Paxion Block. Omaha, Neb. 30 FARMS 4 to :S0; also 1.000-acre ranch. James Pearson Wray, Colo. Iatna. Folt SALE 7 acres of land, I mllea south east of Council Bluffs, telephone D3K1-K. (2U)-Mi4t 14x Nebraska. 1 ,570' Aore Jmproveii llanch Joins the town of Basset t, 20 an acre; can divide and veil off one-half and have bal ance clrar. This la a snap. Auk for my Imt u fumui and ranches; also exchanges. : Mitchell, Board of Trade Bldg., Omaha, Neb. BEND or long list; rarms to $100 par .. 1.- , 0 1 1 i in j ti.. Dr.mici, ei khuci. diuii IV arm Dalxvts. FOR tALE-fiO,000 acia best wheat and flax land lit the northwea'., for further Infurmatlnn call or writ John J. Doyle, Wlshek. N. U a Mali JIM oak Dakota. FINE farm lands In Hand and adjoining counties, South Dakota. Hustling agents anted jay -. morrui, .mi palace mag.. Minneapolis, ftlliui. . tat) M747 JUX r - ,: X REAL ESTATE LOANS $100 TO IIO.OOO mad promptly. F. D. Wed, Wead Bldg., lSin and r arnam. (22) lt PRIVATE money to loan. J. H. Sherwood, 61e Urmndela tildg. - &l PAYNE. .EitSTWMCK & CO.. N. Y. Lit. Private money. $600 to $6,000; low rat. $300 TO $200,000 00 Improved property; no delay: UAKVIN BROS., 1604 Farnam St Good 6 .Farm Mortgages Always on hand and for sal amounts from $300 to $3,000. BENSON & MYERS, In FIVS -KK CENT MONET to loan on Omaha Business Property. 'IHOMAH BRENNAN, Room i. Now Vork Lit Bldg. LOWEST RATES Hernia, Brandels Bldg. M0 TO $6,000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keef Real Eetat CO., iwi x. i-e. uou, WANTED Cltv loans and warrant. W Farnam Bniith 4 Co.. 13iM Farnam St. MONET TO LOAN-Payne Insment Co. I MORTGAGE IRAN'S. I desire to announce to horn owner and home builder of th elite ef Omaha and South Omaha, that I am prepared to loan money on rcsidenoe property at th same rate that th building and loan associa tions pay Ihelr depositors for th us of th money they a.e loaning, thereby effect ing a savins' to borrow! of th x pauses of managing and maintaining building and loan association No commlslson is charged for making loans, only a nominal sum 1 re quired to cover th axpens ot recording mortgage and examining abstract of till. privilege grahted ; borrower to pay 10 par cent to 20 per cent of th principal on any interest dar. Interest payable semi annually, W. H. THOMAS. 60$ First National Bank Bldg. TeUphoae. Dooglao lets. Ind. A l4g. WANTED CI UT loaaa. Ptr Trut Co. 8 SCON D MORTGAGE loan negotiated. Apply Rooms 417-1 first Nat l Bank Bldg. ball Phone Douglas tZ u REAL ESTATE WANTED ' WE HAVE BUTKRJ tor a t-roora nous, a (-room house and a coupl of vacant lota. HOW ATA LAND AND LOT COM PAN T, Suit (24 N. T. Lit Blag- Omaha. Pboo Red 10. Opao Evening. U2 Oa WE hav customer waiting for 4. I and 7-roeru houa. If you want to sell call ua up and a man will investigate your property at one. Dean-Andrew Co., ill N. y. Dif Bldg. u STOVE REPAIRS NEW lurnacaai hot wkUr and hot air com- ( blnatloa beating. S and 4-hoi laundry hot water healers, mantle grata, gas tovs repaired, waaor fronts and flower vase. Omaha 8lv Repair Works. UOS 121 Douglas 8b Phones Ind. A-tU. Bell Wugla MA M WANTED-TO BUY LKPT price paid for second-hand furniture, iliptli cloture and shoe. Tel. I'oug. T.-;L PEST price paid for 2d-hand furniture, fovea clothing Wm. Rosenblatt. Tel. Lougl M01. s WK buy Jobloti of shoe. Address H. Mirks, 1S0S No TJd 1st. Phone Webatar 2W2. WANTED-A female coyote. Address. Rudolph Kovlgno. 1erchantsHotel. WANTED-TO RENT WE are getting Inqulrlea for well located houA-a. Must have aole agency. Nowata Land a'rd Lot Company, suite 634 N. Y. Life Bids. Phone Red Omaha, Neb. Up?nevenlngs. (Jb--3 WANTED SITUATIONS For high gtade men, call Umaha Y. M. C. A. POSITION fur summer by young lady. Address A 571. care Bee. LEGAL NOTICES Notice of Stockholders' Meeting. To the stockholders ul 'lHK MlbSOt'KI PACIFIC RAILWAY COM PAN i' ; , In conformity with me requirements of tlie ronstitutiuns and lans of the states ot Missouri, Kanxas and iNebiasKa and the by-laws ot the Company, 1UL AKk! iiEREBT NOTIFIED that by resolution ot the Board of Directors of Tho Mibsouii 1'aclfic Riiilway Company duly adopted at a mi t'tlng ut bald Board on toe &nh day ot May, A. D., linw, a 111 feting of the Block holders of The Missouri Pacific Railway Company has been called to be held at the office of tlie Company, Room 7uti Mmsouri Pacific Building, in the City of St. Louis. In the State of Missouri, on the sixth day of August, A. U. Ixjj, at nine o'clock In tnu lorenoun, ' U) tor the purpose of considering a Con tract and Articles of Consolidation bearing date the 2tn day of May, Iikij. nere-otoi-j made and entered into by and on behalf oi li.e Missouri Pacific Railway Company and tlie following named coi'toi atiuns by oraei i thth' respective Homos of Directors; The Kansas and Colorado Pacific Rail way Company, a coiisulldatca coipjiauou f the male of Kansas; l'he Central Branch Railway Company, 0 consolidated corporation of the Stale ot Kaunas: The Rooks Countv Railroad Company, a orpuralion of the State of Kansas; 1 ha Nevuria Bud Mllnlpn Kaiina) coin- pally, a corporation of the fciaie vi , 1 1 , 1 Nevada and Mlnden Railway company 01 ftansH. a corporation 01 in rum 01 Kansas; .. ki.j I'itv anrf Kouthwestern Kauwa.t Company of Missouri, a corporation of thti Male of Missouri; u' 1, n.n i'hv jnrt Southwestern naiiwa Company, a corporation ol th Btate of Kansas; f. lh Kurt Kc.tt f'pntrai rtauwajr v." " . . . ,t,A ,.f WanMBM- Company, a corporation 01 tn mai 01 Kansas; Th Kansas Bouinwetern v-vi- pany, a corporation or, me o 01 r."-, "d . ., , Th LeRoy and caney vaney r m i Railroad Company, a corporation 01 in State of Kansaa, u h.r..v,v ii i,r anv of said corporations' and The Miasouri Pacific Railway Company have agreed to consolidate in tn ni" mnA tn i 1 1 . I iiiutA the stock of the re spective companies making such consolida tion, and to form ana ram uuuti suant to the laws of the States of Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska a new, consolidated corporation, to be known aa The Missouri h-iyyric Railway company, troiXig, possessing and bringing under on min.imit all and singular th lines of railroad and other properties, real, personal and mixed, powers, rights, privileges. Im munities and franchises, belonging to any of th companies, making such consolida tion, upon the terms and conditions fixed and stated bv said Contract and Articles of Consolidation; (2) For the purpose of voting upon th question whether such Contract and Ar ticles of Consolidation, so made and en tered Into, shall be ratified, assented to, ap proved and adopted and such consolidation consummated or whether such Contract and Articles of Consolidation shall be re jected; 1 (a) TO constaer ana voie upon me iuhii tlo of -a resolution accepting . the provla Ions of Artlcl II of Chapter 12 of trie Re vised Statutes of the State of Missouri, lfSXt, and to authorise the ruing tnereor, all as required by Section numbered 1069 ot such Revised Statutes In the case of con solidatlon of railway corporations; and ill To take anv other action in ipe pre mil to transact any other business that mav properly com before the meeting. Snnh Contract and Articles or onsonaa tlon will be submitted to the meeting of th tn.-kholders so called for examination nd every stockholder attending will be fur nished with a printea copy inereor, ana at anv time before such meeting anv stock holder will te furnished with a printed copy of such Contract ana Articles or I'onso lldatinn upon application therefor during hue ness hours to the Assistant secretary of the Company, at the office of the Com pany In the city or st. iouis, Missouri. uatea. May win. iw- OKOROE J. OOfLD. President of The Missouri Paclflo Railway Company. A. H. CALEP. Secretary of Th Missouri Pacific Railway Company. r ' fltoA GOVERNMENT NOTICES PROTOSALS FOR CAVALRY AND AR tlllery Horse Chief Quartermaster' Office, ..Omaha, Nebraska, May 12, 1809. Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will be received at this office until 12 o'clock m., central standard time, June 16. ltut, and then opened, In th presence of attend ing bidders, for 2o0 cavalry horses; 60 artil lery horses, for delivery at Omaha. Neb., or other prominent railroad points. The animals to conform to specifications for cavalry and artillery horses. United States reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals or any part thereof. Par ticulars and blank for proposals will be furnished on application. Envelopes con taining proposals to be Indorsed "Proposals for Horaes, and addressed to Major D. E. McCarthy, Chief Quartermaster. M13-14-15-JU-1I-14 OFFICE CONSTRUCTING (JUARTER m aster, U. 8. Military Prison, Furl Leav enworth, Kansas, May 17, lsM Sealed pro posals, In triplicate, will be received at this offlc until 10 a. m., central time, Tuesday, Jun It, IhIV, and then opened, for furnish ing and Installing machinery and furnish ing building material for one power plant at l' tilted States military prison, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Plans and specifi cations will be furnished . by this office upon deposit of $10, which amount will bs refunded when plana and specif katlona are returned, or they may b seen at the fol lowing offices: Depot Quartermaster, Omaha, Neb.; Depot Quartermaster, St. Louis, Mo.; Depot Quartermaster, New York City, and Chief Quartermaster, Chi cago. Information furnished on applica tion. Envelopes containing proposals should be indorsed "Proposals for Power Plant" and addressed to MAJOR THOMAS H. BLAVENS. Constructing Quartermas ter. I'. S. Military Prison. Fort leaven worth Kan Mavl7-1K lt-2uJiin-l2-H RAILWAY TIME CARD UNION STATION 1U1U AMI MASON I alow Pacific Leave. Arrlv ..a 1:30 am all:40 pm . .a t;a pm a i uo pm i .M am ..a 4:10 pm a fi:u pna ..aU.6a pm a . pm Overland Limited.... Colorado Express AltanUo Exirea Oregon Expras Lo Angeles Limited. ast Mall... ..a 7 010 a 6:46 pm China and Japan Mall. .a 4.V piu a t it pin North Platte Local a t ii am a 4.4 pm Colo. Chicago Special.'. ..ali.10 am a 1:06 um Beatrice At .Stronisburg ' Local bl2:40pm b 1:40 pm Valley Local (motor via Lan Cut-Off; ,...K:00 am a J.4S pm Valley Loial (motor). ...a 6 iK pm a t.uO am Hastings-Superior b $16 pm b i-M put 'Local resnger not cxi led on triaiu No. $ and J. Cklraa at Nsrtkatttara, Chicago. Daylight .a 7:40 am all: pm Ttaln Cny Exprs a 7:46 am alt. JO pm Chicago Unocal al3.Ui pm a $ SO pm Sioux Cuv Local a iM pm all 00 am Denvr-Chlcago Ex..,. .a $10 pm a $ 28 pm ( hlcag bpa. lal a U pin a oo am Callfurnia-Chlcaao Ex a ( 06 pm a 31! pin Minnesota-Dakota Ex . a 7 00 pm a S:M am Twin -City Limited a ( 00 Din a 7:06 am Lo Angelea Limited... 10 pm all pm overland LUruited all 50 pm a 7:14 am NEBRASKA AND WYOMING DIVISION. Norfolk-Bonete:l a 7 60 am 10:Q pin Lincoln-Long Pin a T 50 am all U) am Norfolk-South Pl't...b 2:15 pm b 6 20 pm nasungs-superloi b i U pin - b 20 pn: Dead wood Hot Strings a let pm ill) pre Casper-Lander a $ 66 pm all 00 an-. Frwmont-Albiea bi Mpm b IJupu. RAILWAY TIME CARD 4 T Chicago, Reek Island at Paciae i EAST. Leave. Arrive Rocky Mountain Ltd . .a S 10 am all lift pm I lorn a Ixical a 4o am 4 4 : pm The Mountaineer nl Oim f !; tin, Iea Molnea Local a 4 U0 pm a:j ' ptn Iowa Local blO.30 am b 9 bS pm ChlcaRo-Eairrern Ex....a 4 40 pm n 1 1" pm Chicago-Neb. Ltd a t pm a ?:05 am WEST. The Mountaineer a 3.00 am a 735 am Chicago-Neb. Limited. tfor Lincoln) a :30 am a 5 47 pm Colo. Cel. Kx a l.fli pm a 3i pm Okl & Texas Exp. . . .a 4 lb pm a 100 pm Rocky Mountain Ltd.. all. U pm a 3 05 am tlllaol Central- Chicago Express .a 7 15 am a 1:45 pm Chicago Limited a :tw pm a 7:1a am Minn. -St. Paul fc.xp u 7:1 am Minn. -St. Paul L,td a 6 'W pm a 7:15 am Omahi-Ft. Dodi Locl.b :U pm bll.10 am Miaaonrl raciiic K. C. ft St. L. Exp. .....a I 00 am a 7:00 am K. C. St. L. a.xp...;..au:j6 pm a t.ov pn I Chicago Great watra St. Paul-Minneapolis 1.30 pro S:15 am St. Paul-Mlnneaopii . JO am pm Chicago Limited :10 pm ;! ana abash 1. Louis Express a (.30 pm a :2S am ti,. Louis lxcal tirom Council Ulullsi a $:0T IS all 15 Dm Etanberry Local (.Iron: Council Biuirsl o 6:00 pm 010:16 am Chicago, llllwaakr A Ut. Paul. Chicago Ac Colo, spec 7:36 am all:40 pm Cal k Ore. Lxpre....a S ou pm a i:2i pm overland L.imuea ui: pm a J:lu am Perry Local 0 o:u pin bll.iw am AEBIIEH ITA. 1BTJ1 WGBSTtH Chicago. St. Paul, UIiimioIIi A Uuiabl - Leavt. Arrive. Town City Passenger.. o v.u am b .M pm aioux City Passenger... b 2:w pm bll:6o am bioux City Local c k:fc am c Al pm tuitrion Uocil b 6:U piu b t:lu aui sliasoarl Pacific Auburn Local b $:60 pm bll:W am a Dally, b Daily except Sunuay. 0 Sun day only, d Dally except Saturday. Bt'KLIKUTON ITA IOTH MASON Borlingtom Leave. ...a 4:10 pm ..a 4:lu pin ,..a 4:10 pm ,.all:ou jji. Arrlv. Denver ft California.. Pugel Sound Kxp lilack Hills Norinwrol Kxp Nebraska points Lincoln Fast Mall... N'-braaka Express ... Lincoln Local Lincoln Local Sehuyler-Plattsmouth Plattamouth-lnwa ... a $:4fi pm a 6:10 pm a (:10 pm a i .ud am ..a :vi am a :lo pm b 1:10 Pm 12:16 Din .a:16Ju a (:10 pm u.w am .b 1:05 pin blo':aoivrn .1 iii am k u, .m Relievue-Plattsmouth ..al):80pra a (:56 pro Colorado l.inutea all:au pm a ( 'til Mm I Chicago Limited ..a 7:Zo am a 1 1 .is nm Chicago Express Chicago Flyer .. 'l?5pm !:Kfm o.jupin as. warn Iowa local a (1:16 am all :30 am St. Ixjula Kxpress a 4:40pm all 30am Kansas City ft St. Joe. .al0:46 pm a. 6:30 am Kansas City & St. Joe.. a 11:16 am a (:10pm Kansas city 4k St. Jo. .a 4:40 pm OCEAN STEAMSHIPS Now York to Havro-Parls 6 Days FRENCH LINE Comp&lnie Glnerale Transatlantique Qlgarrilo Twin Soraw and Express Slsamars. Naval offirere In command, wireless telegraphy, submarine safety bell signal system. La Barilla Jane 171 La larota July S La Lorraine J una 1411,4 Touraine Ju.y 15 La Pro ran ca July ljLa Brttajna July it Special On-Clas Cabin Sarvieo (II class) 1 $)40) to $)60 alternate Saturdays. Naw York-Bo' Smui rvi (one class cabin) only o anal tou, o r. H B. L NX W. B W. O. Weit .. Moore 1401 Parnam Street 191 Farnam Street lt National Bank Bock .... CllldlOD 1&24 Farnam Btraat M South lath Street CANADIAN PACIFIC usi hah rovm days at asa. Waiy SaUlag Btwa Moauaai, gub aa4 lUvarpooi. Two day on th beuufui 8c Lawranc river and too shortest ocean rout to Kit- rop. Nothing I oetter on th Atlantis tha t'.mmtuca Wireless on all steamer. on. first olaaa. $90 cend, g&u on elaaa cabin, aa. ask your ticket agent, or writ for aj trigs, rates and nooKlel. c. b. axxjaacnr, o. a B 3S South Clark St.. Ohicaro. LATE CITY BRIEFS Clock's Light Oos Oat After July 1 the big clock In th postofflce tower will cease to be Illuminated. The government has reached the conclusion that it cost too much to burn thirty-six gaa Jets up there Just lo illuminate the clock dials, that cannot be distinguished two blocks away. The gas cost of maintaining the clock la about $60 per month. In Company of Bad Grips Because he had two grips containing property that " f ' 1 evidently stolen, James Murray -of t.nia. uki., was arrested ounaay anernooi, MiBa Tr.ey ,e(, Tud4y mornn)r to by Detectives Donahue and Heltfeld. tend the postmasters' convention at Lin Murray is charged with drunkenness and coin. She returned Thursday evening and being a auspicious character. He said he " w" ln0 b'V mteUnH she ever at- . ... . tended. She was elected cnalrman of the uia noi anow w nere ne eecureu mo gripe, uoiorea vanrai ai J ail A "song . serv- Ice" of the old touthern negro variety wa held at the county Jail Sunday aft- ernoon by th colored women locked up . . . . there In the matron department. The women started to sing about $ o'clock nrt kept It up for hours, attracting attention from ne-inln llvlnar hlnrke uwav Physician Grows Snsolous Former c J . . xoniB ourgeon J . i-ugi-iey, wno re- ported to the police that his physician's grip waa stolen from the Dollca station av wwn. ago ouiniay, wiuia ne waa visit ing there, now thinks that hs has been aone. The grip was found Intact Sat- urday tn a small room in th Jail build. lng and 1 thought to have been hidden there by somebody who wanted to "put one over ' on "the doc." raoarai Dtotiv Leavs The post- office Inspectors and Pinkerton detectives forte called her to investigate tho Ovor- land M.-iil robbery, from Washington. Chi- cago and other outside points, have about all left the city. The indictment of tho . , , . , large, Saturday, has concluded the necessity for their service in Omaha un- til the trial. Th more imDortant wit- noaeo. h... W ...... ,.EaGU uyu lueir own recognisances, put the government will keep In constant touch with them until they are needed to testify before the I nited tits tea district court In the case. no H.o for Banks Henry Banks is a colorefl man living at 2209 North Twen ty-fifth street. Saturday afternoon he decided to make a little friendly call on hi wife, from whom he has been sepa rated ror some time. But Mrs. Banks waa "not at home" to him and told the police that "some big aiggah was gwine to shoot huh haid off." Not until Banks reany did open hostilities by way of try- lng to become reconciled to hi former .. . .. ... .. ' "'" " anion, anu men umcer nieaaerman took him to Jail on the charge of wife abuse, Sunday morning. uan aa uiiioiai toucii Within a hundred yard or the police station, Marcua Nelson of Superior was assaulted and robbed between 1$ and 1 o'clock Sat urday night by two young men, who have not been arrested. He told the police aft erward that h had been drinking and wa approached by two men, on of whom represented himself to be an officer and told Nelson he wguld have to go to Jail for being drunk. Th two then seised him and hauled him Into an alley west of Tenth street, between Dtdge' snd Douglas street. H waa robbed ef hi pockatbook, containing $16,- ioim old notes and receipts, his checkbook snd liver watch. News and Gossip from Suburbs of Omaha What the Neighbors Are Doing and What They Propos to Do Entertainingly Bet Down by the Chroniclers for the Edification of Others Who Are Interested in the Doings of Their Fellowt. llorrsff. D. II. Christie ot Omaha was a Florence visitor Wednesday. Mis. Klmer Taylor returned from Shen andoah, la., Saturday. K. A. Snell hounht lot 5, block 82. of the Merchants National bank. The city council will open bids for the new paving Monday night. The volunteer fir department will meet Monday evening at the fire house. Newell Button and Huph Sutttf visited with Omaha friends Saturday evening Miss Anna Potter was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Iterson at Coffman Sunday The Modem Woodmen of America drill team gave a dance at Fascale s hall :jnt night Mrl: Charles Crelehton of Omaha was th guest of Florence friends on Friday evening. John Lubold sold to Mr. White of the Germanic insurance company, lota t and 7. block 6S. Rev. Amos, the new minister, will con duct the services at the PrpHbvtArlan ciiurch Sunday. Lucien Thompson la now working for the .NeorasKa .telephone company In tn 1- lorence office. Charles t l ost of Omaha w as the truest f L. K. Urlfnth at the Mandy Lee poul try iarni Saturday. Wllllum Thompson attended the encamp inent of the Omaha High uctiool cadets at Ashland this week. Mrs. John Drlsbin. Mr. Harry Brlshln and Mrs. Ross wete guesls of Mrs. John h.yler t riday afternoon. George Gamble has recovered from his recent Illness during which he lust six teen pounds In one week. Mr. and Mis. George Sorensen celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Sunday. About twenty-five guesta were present. The Florence Tribune was made the official paper of the city Monday night by unanimous vote of the mayor and council. Owing to the death of Harry Martin the Royal Neighbors of America. Violet camp, postponed their meeting until Monday evening. YIrB t," 1 .i . r- Tu I'lu. nf for. rati-n nf tlim fnr lha return nf lh hnHv nf llac-v Martin, her son. who was drowned In the river last Sunday. - w Nelson sold lots 1 and 2. block 72. to nr. Ramsey this week. lr. Ramsey will immediately start the erection ot tour or 1 I ' c 1 1 II U a IT V 1 1 Ti,. I'Uv.n,.. h... kail . n. .m 1 the Iee-Glass-Andreesen team at the nail park today. Next Sunday they will Dlav tne uennington team. Last week the Farmers' Btate bank made a change In Its directory by the addition of K. jl. Olmsted. F. T. Parker was elected cashier of the bank. The Fourth of July celebration commit tee has been Instructed not to have any thing on the program that will conflict with the laws of Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. McClure were guests at tne wedding of Sidney u Edholm and Alice Twiss In Omaha Wednesday. Mr. Ed- holm Is a brother ot Mrs. McClure. The school board will hold Its annual meeting at the school house on Monday evening, June 28. Two new members are to be elected, that many going out each year. The city treasurer' report presented to the council Monday night showed collec tions of IJ.SOs.So durimr the month of Mav The balance In the general fund June 1 was Jl.lUb.U Mrs. F. B. Nichols attended the memorial services of the Royal Neighbors of Amer ica In Omaha Sunday evening. But few- others attended, owing ' to the death of Marry Martin. Charles E. Ady of the National Life In surance company purchased lot 16, Flor ence neignts, this week, and will erect a handsome house this summer. He paid $3,200 for the property. John Krickson and family have iusi moved from Sioux Cltr. la., to Florence and are now occupying 'bne of Dave An drews' houses. Mr. and Mrs. Erlckson nave three pairs of twuis. Hugh Puttie, scoretarv of the school board, starts Monday to take tlie school census. He will also take the censua of the city at- the same time, havlnic been en puuuea Dy tne mayor ana council Monday evening. Miss Anna Dletrtck entertained Thurs day afternoon in honor of some of ihe grade graduates. Those present were Pauline Sorensen, Stacie Ketchmark, cieanor juorxan. liaiel Kelson and Mil area Allison. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Olmsted. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lubold. Mrs. I W. Reynolds and Willis uurber formed a theater party that en- Joyed "The Marriage of William Ashe" at the Boyd Tuesday evening. Mrs. E. L. Platx. Miss Alice Plat and juaster Kills Platx left for Lincoln Fr dav to visit Mr. Piatt' mother and sisters. Miss Alice Platx will remain for some time, ;n"e the others, with Miss Elizabeth Plats, will return Monday. The meeting of the Improvement club at the city hall Thursday evening drew out a capacity crowd to discuss the paving of Main street, and so lively was the meetlna that no other business was taken up. A nmtet Bffalnot fl.a n.ulni, ... u .. I 148 property holders. executive committee of the League of r ourm (.lass poatmasters J. A. Scott, manager f the Minne-Lusa Lumber company, was married Wednesday !.0,.Ml8S N".'6 ,ey'n'"01n ?f, coin. The ceremony took place in Lincoln nd the couple returned to Florence Fri- day. They will occupy the new house of Charles Baughman when completed. Mr. and Mrs. Newell Burton entertained firl ".' u "lr. rv " "eynoins, nr. and airs. . n. uimsiea. Mr. and Mrs. John I.ubold. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Suttle, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haskell, Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas. Messrs. Daniel Kelly, Charlea after the hlRh school graduation exercises l r-aacaie s hall. Last Wednesday evenlnar the rltv mar. shal arrested five men for having too many shoes In their possession nd trying to sell them. In the sffternoon these men entered McClure' store and while one en gaged the attention of Ihe clerks In the back end of the store the others made away with the shoes. Two of the men eSCSDed from the mai-nhal Th. tiiv. sentenced one of the mpn to'thlrtv 4ave in tn cun'y Jail and $10 and costs. -.Tony Minardi and llss Rosa Maxzerl of isy and in the ........ p, m i , v i luiiiu n. riiii ai r-nscaies hall that more than filler!' the hall non w were present to congrntulate the bride ,na. Partake of the refreshments. A lar.r " r"nnl ,ne music. ftir. an aire. Minardi ivIM live with the eroom parents, corner of Fifth and Wlllet stret It was tbe Isrccst and most luxurious ivoil- dlne; party Florence has ever entertained. The members and friends of the Pres. byterlsn church held a reception for the Rev. Mr. Amoa and wife at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Olmsted Monday even ing. An Impromptu moslcal program was given bv Mesdames Hnrtman and Rey nolds. Misses Van Svckel and Kmery. piano: Mendnmes Price and Selrt. solos, and Mr. Amos Cottrell. violin. A most enjoyable evening was spent by sll. Thoae present were Mr. and Mrs. Allison Mr. snd Mrs. llartman Rev. and Mrs. Amos. Mr. and Mrs. Olmsted. Mr. snd Mrs. Price, I "r. t-ievnoins. Mrs. cottreti. Mrs YodT lwi M.t"'!" M,H" KM'"?.V'n Svckel. Miss Anderson. Miss Mahle Allison. mis Mildred Allison. Mlas Curry, Mr. cariaon and Mr. Amos Cottrell. Irvlngton. Miss Bertha BrewMer spent Sunday with Mr. S. A. Bates. Mrs. Rooney and Miss Olson are visiting with Mrs. F. A. Knight. I Mls Nellie Rice la spending a few days with her friend. Miss Irene Petti. Miss Brelvlck of Council Bluffs Is spend ing few day with Mr. Knudsen Tbe Congregational church will hav children's day exercise this Sundav mom- inn Mr Chapman, the new elevator mn, I binding a reridence near the elevator office. Mies Klnvnun of Huron.' 8. TV, visited a few days last wrk with Mr. 8. A. Bate. The Christian Endeavor society of the Chritlian church will have an lc cieam and strawberry social June 18 at the home of D. C. Krati. The children's day eercl'es given at th Christian church last Sunday morning wer well attended. The Christian Fndeavor society of the Christian church Is preparing a program for the evening of July 4. While Klla Knight's nephew wns visiting her he was taken III with appendicitis. He was iakn to the hospital and underwent an operation. He Is getting along nicely. The paved road from Irvlngton to Benson Is closed, by order of the county commis sioners, until It Is treated to a coat of tar. It will then be like the paved road from Irvlngton west. Mlrses Elsie, Flliaheth and Carry Sand nan visited a few days with D. C. Krat. Misses Elsie and Elizabeth left Monday for Peru, where Kllxnbeth will attend school. Mls Carry left Wednesday for her home In Harbin, Neb. The memorial services given bv the Royal Neighbor In Woodmen hall were well at tended. The report showed only three deaths among their members since the camp was oinaniied seven years ago. L. A. .Maguey or Omaha delivered th addres of the evening. West Amhler. Mrs. L. McCoy Is keeping house for her sister. Mrs. Kd WlKh. during her visit In the cast. Mrs. Rov Fraxell and little aon have rum to St. Joseph. Mo., to be at the bedside of ne, iiniri, who nas open quite 111. Miss Moljeka Shearer and mother of East Ambler went lo Ashland Thursday to visit meir Drotner and son, Martin. A. J. Jackson of West Side Ic bulldlnir a new home at Fifty-second and Poppleton sirens wntcn ne win occupy after July 1. S. Hayes and family, with other relatives. formed a fishing party to Seymour lake me nrsi or the week and had good luck A little daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leeder on Saturday last, and one to Mr. and Mrs. Lois Waller on Friday. Miss Julia Faverty was the' guest last week of her friend Mrs. Words In South Omaha. She leturned home Monday morn ing. Mr. and Mrs. L. Steel and little son Robert left last week for a two week' visit with Mr. Steele's parent in western Nebraska. Gola Gantr and family hav had aa their guest this tk In Monmouth park, his sister. Mrs. W. Rider, and children, of Lander, Wyo. Mrs. Warren Oantg Ryder and children wfre guests of her friend of girlhood days, Mis. L. Mikesll Hennlng of Avenue C, Council Bluffs, Wednesday. Earl Henderson returned to the university at Lincoln Monday, after a pleasant visit of four days with his grandparenta, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Culbertson of Grand Island have been the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Lou Frazell, and family, the last two weeks. They returned home Thursday. Mr. and Mr. Lou Fraxelle and little daughter, Wlllodene, went to Grand Island Thursday for a four days' visit with the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Culbert son. Miss Myrtle Blake will leave Monday evening for a months vacation on the Paclflo coast. She will be the gust most of the time of her oldest sister, Mr. A. M. Olespn. Frank Davie's Sundav school class of young women gave a succes-ful literary anl musical entei tainment at Uoodmen hall on Saturday evening and netted a neat sum for the benefit of tho Southwest church. Heals school Is Jubilant over the news that the Board of Education has promised them the addition of four new rooms to moir uuiinirg. inis win relieve the con- aesieu condition. Jdrs George Armstrong went to Buffalo, N. Y., Monday on a month' visit with relatives. Miss Gertrude, her daughter, will tay with her aunt, Mrs. Adams, at Bemla park, during her absence. ( The Ladies' Aid society, which was to have met at Mrs. Coglirer's Thursday. June 17, has been positioned to June i4 owing to commencement week and so many other events the coming week. Mr. and Mis. Kd Walnh left the last of the week for Detroit, Mich., to attend tbe national convention of the Woodmen of tht World. They will visit some time In the east with relatives. Miss Virginia White, principal of Beat's school, and Miss Wallace, eighth grade teacher, have sent out very fine programs for commencement exercises, which will be held at the building on June 16 at g p. m. The claxa color are nlle green and pink. There are oeventeen graduates, nine boys and eight girls. They will present the fol lowing program. Processional, "Pilgrim's Chorus;" song a, "The Blue Danube;" (b), "The Three Chaffers;" address, Dr. Davidson; solo, Miss Arnold; synopsis of "A Midsummer Night's Dream," Juel Jack son; class play "Midsummer Night's Dream," Shakespeare. Dramatis Personal Theseus. Duke of Athens, Edward Schuett Egeus. father of Hermia, Jerome Knrlxke; Lysander, In love with Hermia. Margaret Grose; Demetrius. In love with Hermia; Sophia Hbener; Phllostrate, master of the revels to Tt.eseus. Julia Faverty; Qutnct. a carpenter, Byron Ganti; Snug, a Joiner, Albert Jorgenson; Bottom, a weaver Harry Pederson; Flute, a bellows mender, Alfred Johnson; Snout, a tinker, Vladimer Koriske; traveling, a tailor. Floyd Hens man; Hlppolyt. queen of the A mason, betrother to Theseus. Sarah Glvens; Her mia. daughter to Egeus. in love with Ly sander. Haxel Toye; Helena. In love with Demetrius. Carrie Wlsler; Oheron, king of the fairies, Lyle Jackson: Tltania. queen of the faltles. Serena Jensen: Puck, or Robin Goodfellow, Nell Rvan; Peablosrom, t onweb. Moth. Mustardseed, fairies, Llllle Glvens and others. Dssiee. . Norman Dow i at home from Bellevua and la III. The Dundee school closes on Tuesday of this week. Mrs. John Ross, Jr., ha returned from a trip to Excelsior Springs, Mo. Children's day will be observed In the Dundee Sunday school this morning. The graduating exercises of the Dundee school will be held Tuesday evening at the Dundee hall. W. A. Taylor of Chappell, Neb., wa the guest during the week of Mr. and Mr. J. W. Trebllcock. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Edgerly moved into their new home at Fifty-first and Cuming btreets last week. Miss Jennie Fuller of Fullerton, Neb., Is the guest for a few weeks of her aunt. Mrs. W. S. Curtis. The Alternate Card olub heid an evening meeting lasi night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Douglas. Mrs. Miles Oreenleaf and Infant son are spending a few weeks at the home of Mr. ana airs, it u. need. Miss Louise Hunter and Mr. Stuart Hunter of Nevada, la., were her for the ioouh- uiara wedding. Esther Wenterf ield gave a large hll dren's party at her home on Fiftieth ave nue Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. George and Mr. and Mis. Clement Chase dined at lha Country club last Saturday evening. Mrs. S. It. Rush and children are at home again after an absence of several weeks In Arkansas and other point. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Shephard entertained at the Field club last Saturday evening In honor of several guests from Kansas City. Mabel Henrickson, daughter of Mr. ;ind Mrs. John P. Henrickson. graduated with honor at the Bellevue Normal school on June 1 Dundee graduate of the high school this year ar: Mlfse Louise Curtl. Zella Beebe. Lucy llarte, Jennie Peter and Har riett Sweesy. Mrs. E. It. Hume entertained at luncheon on Tuesday and was entertained herself at luncheon Saturday by Mr. Eduard Johnson of Omaha. Paul Johnson, who took part In both the musical and oratorical exercises at th closing of Bellevue for the year, Is at horn for the summer vacation. For Mr. and Mr. Kitchen of Atlanta. Ga . and Mr. and Mr. E. A Benson, Mr. and Mrs W. L. Selby entertained at din ner at Happy Hollow club last Saturday. A. G. Elick gave a stag dinner at Happy Hollow club Wednesday evening, th most Important part of the menu being roasted pig that Mr. Elllck won In a golf match. Cover were laid for ten. Dundee people having supper lsst Sun day at Happy Hollow were: Mr. and Mrs. W. B. T. Belt, with guests; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. George, Mr. and Mr. Frank Car- mlchael. Dr. and Mre. li. w. Lmere, sais. Henry C. Van GIson and Mr. ana oar. E. K. Klmberly. Ou-of-town guests visiting In Dunde over th lodds-v nisra weaairg rr: Mrs. Henrv of Prlncevl 1. ill.; Mrs. r-s- telle Avery, Miss lngersoll, Miss Robinson and Mr. Silas Wlllard of Oalesburg, 111 : Miss Huntington of lost Rapids, la , ao Messrs. William and Wlllard Lamp. Thursday evening, at the home ot cv. and Mrs. J. J. Lampe occurred the wed ding of Mr Lampe s daught. Mlaa Cor-jiaii- Wlllard n Analln r. Hod da HV. J. J. Lampe officiating. Ofeen and whit were effectively used In the decoration throughout the room, and a reception fol lowed the ceremony, miss ixhiibo mm, sister of the brld. was maid of honor, Miiinn tiitdda brother of th groom, was best man, and th ribbon bearer were Mis Constance Hurlhurt, Mis IHrothy Dodds, Master Claire Dodds and Master Bruc McCulloch. The ring wa carried by Ml Adeline McCulloch. Mr. and Mrs. Podd have gone for an eastern wedding Journey of threa week. v Benson. Miss MM Nevln 1 visiting In Lin coln. Mrs Horw of Omaha visited friend on Tuesday. Charle Sprague 1 recovering from ro cent tllnes. Carl Llljenetolp has returned from th tat university. A son wa born to Mr. and Mr. A. B. Rice last Sunday. A son was born to Mr. and Mr. Frank Vail on Tuesday. Wlllard Chamber of Omaha wa a caller in I3PHSOI1 xueeaay. The Misses McDowell of Omaha wer Sunday guests here. Albert Brogan has returned from th university at Lincoln. Miss Elsie Baker of Omaha visited rela tives here Wednesday. Joseph Mason of Pittsburg Is a guest at Dr. E. A. Mason' home. Miss Marie and Ella Schneider returned Monday from Bennington. Dr. K. A. Maaon and family are visiting relatives in Newport, Neb. Mrs. A. C. Thomas has returned from a short visit in St. Joseph, Mo. Mr. Frank Loom! of Blair, Neb., spent last week with local relatives. Sidney Johnson returned Sunday from a snort visit in vuourn, iru. Mr. Godfrey of Riverside, Cal., visited at Dr. Hall s home last week Miss M. E. Simmons has returned after a year's sojourn tn California. Mrs. A. B. Ruth gave a Kensington Wednesday for Omaha guests. France Smiley of Shelton, la., I visitor at th C. E. Clapp horn. Th local Knights and Ladlea of Secur ity give a dance next Thursday. Mrs. W. H. Loechner entertained at high flv party Tuesday evening. Dav Washburn ha accepted a position wnn tn nen leiepnone company. Miss Nora Trotter wa a guest of friend in Omaha several day of tha week. Miss May Patterson of Papllllon spent part oi th week at th Speedl horn. C. A. Bryant of Fort Dodge. Ia., visited at th Raber horn part of tha week. Lawrence Nelson Is confined at th Methodls. hospital with lung abscesses. Miss Hilda Turner of Emerson, Neb., 1 a anieat nf her elatei Mrr Fred Ralatair. Mis Llda Rewey of Denver t a guet at th horn of her brother, J. L. Rewey. Mr. and Mr. Charles Looml left v- iar1 a v frit a t An Hava' visit In f'rkl nr s I r Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tost of Council Bluff visited at the Hodder home Monday. The Presbyterian Ladle' Aid society met Wednesday with Mrs. D. E. smith. Walter Schroeder of Sohuyler. Neb., visited at the William Butler noma Sun day. Mr. and Mr. H A. Searson have re- turned rrom a snort visit in urana is land. Gorton Roth ha returned from th re cent conclave of Yeomen held at Minn spoils. Mr. and Mm. Joe Neal of Kennard, Neb., are rural s of the latter s sister, Mrs. ft o. wuirr. Mr. snd Mrs. J. C. Peterson entertained Thursday in honor of their wedding an niversary. ' The I. O. O. F. of Benson hold memorial services at Mount Hope cemetery this afternoon. John Deer Plow comnanv talesmen hav been receiving Instruction on Implement in tne neia on me junn usvia property last week. BETTER GO hFISHING While the " fishing's fine! There's one so long a-w&lUng to grab your hook and line Among the Minnesota Northern Pacific Railway Thourands of beautiful lakes abounding in game fish easily reached by convenient train service. Those who get their requests j i m , 1U UOiUlQ IU9 DUO ItB are tUX gOUS will receive a copy of Minne sota Lakes" a work of art to make the angler's mouth water. Well Illustrated, with oover in handsome colors, it desoribes the various outing spots, lakes, hotels and rates, how reaohed. kinds of fish. eto. Address A. l. CLELAND, Gen. Paaa. Agent Nortbern raoino Kail way. bt. raul. mm., or E. D. ROCKWELL. Dlitrlct PasaeDger Agent lit Century Bids.. 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