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MAT 12, 1907.
REAL ESTATE .
Farm au nArri i.au ron silk
WK ITAVFJ a large number of eastern Ne
braska Improved farms for okI and ex-
Change; also mini' choice city property.
MC MKNKMY & IUKKU
J Res Bids- Tel. Doug 512.
FOR gALF-.0 acres. Kimball county. Ne-
hraaka. Iiii per term.
Bncli blo k, worth Mi.'", to trail for land.
P. C. CAUtWHJ,
2517 N BL. South Omaha. Neb.
(2m C73 12
FOR BAI.E Ten--acrs fruit farm, adjoin
ing Ant. land. Neb. O. C. Reed Fort
Crook. Neb. )-M& lax
LE Sherldsn county, Nebraska. J-
graxlng land. I- 60 per acra. 1. I.
r. M. Co.. Kaclne, Wis.
1MPROVK.I) farm In eastern Nebraska;
Sorpy an1 Douglas counties. B. J. Over
ton, Gretna. Neb. (30-M37s
JOOn lffi-acre farm In ont
f tics In South Dakota, $:.
exchange. Well eiirroun
V Address Owner, C 3u., can
)OD lffi-acre farm In ont of beat court-
Long time or
ICO acres IVz miles
from Oelricha, South
Dakota, on Elkhorn
railroad. Land 6mooth
and level, fine soil.
"Will trade for improv
ed city property. Ad
dress L 327 care Bee.
Home and Fortune
In the newly opened country of
fthe Big Horn Basin In Wyoming,
Tjust available this season for the
J first time. We are offering the
,T farmer who is seeklntr an ODPor-
tunlty cf his lifetime 'the great
chance of the year to seoure an ir
rigated farm at one-third the price
the same farm will bring In leas
than five years. We have some
thing like one hundred of these
places (40 to 160 acres), the very
best in that locality. Level,
smooth and a deep, rich soli.
Water never falling. These farms
will produce enough in two sea
sons (drouth, etc., of no conse
quence), and Increase in value un
1111 their selling price. If one
wanted to sell, will be something
wonderful. Just the locality for
wheat, oats, rye, alfalfa, potatoes,
melons, sugar beets, fruit and
vegetables. Right in the coal
Olds, as well as abundance of
wood for fuel. We offer both
deeded and Carey lands. Deeded
farms, $25 per acre, with per
petual water; Carey lauds, $8 5.50
per acre, also Including water
right. There is no Question about
the statement that It is the oppor
tunity of a lifetime to buy cheap
and muke a fortune. We run excur
sions over the Burlington route
every two weeks, the next three
being as follows: May 21, June 4
, and 1.. and that road makes the
exceedingly low rate of $20 for
the round trip from Omaha; $25
from Chicago. Send for book and
circulars, and get readr to go up
and see and be convinced.
519 N. T, Life Bldg.. Omaha,
el. Douglas 6350.
About 14 miles from railroad.
tracts of 2,000 to 4,500 acres.
V $1.-0 and $1.C0 per acre.
it cents per acre cash, balance on easy
fs "ftals land will scon be worth $2 per
sere end Is the best Investment you
can uiata for yourbeif or for your chK-
arCOTTO SIEMSSEN & CO.,
$21-22 N. Y. Life. Tel. Doug. S5S.
The Land of Sunshine.
J Have soma good I arjains in beautiful
Prjaos uluy ll lanci-t be suiitd.
hiicst part cf 1xj.
'. land u fKl f'jr rolling corn, ret ton.
-ri. r. av-xjr tauv-tliia fruit coui.try-t'uty
:;.w to Ij'Ow pr sere cheap railroad
rai.a i.eat exru.aluu May SaU Fur ar-Uiu-ar
KOBT. C. DHUE-EDOW.
N. X. L-Ls Bid. iiu)-UXi
FARM AD ltAS.CH I.A1DS FOR HUI
TFTXAS farm lands; 1 8M itm farming
lit l.) county, Turn, U r4 per e re.
B.ilid body only. Thin thou.and seres
fxrmlnir lend. Live ok county. T.x.i;
K TO per ncrf ; aolld bodr only. Chaa. B.
Mullaly, Ban Antonio. Tsx. CD m 12x
We are selling land in the gulf coast tvun
try at $JS per acta that will be worth i"0
wnhln a yesr. Ideal climate, plenty of
limner ana wa
rater, two and three crone
If you are considering the pur
of farm land, don t buy till you
have seen us. Lsnd sold on easy cay
menta. Bend for descriptive matter or go
with u next excursion date. May 21. We '
run a private tar and aerve meal. Kara,
i w. lrnwnvilh leian, and return
TEXAS LAND AND IMMIGRATION CO.,
M Bee Bldg. (20) MM 14
Join our next excursion
liaj n to FtIo, Tex., and buy
aome of the 8 neat land to be
found In the world. This
land will double In value be
fore twelve months, on croft
pays for the land. Writ or call
401 Be Bldg, Omaha.
No. 11 ISO-acre farm t miles from Pea
body, Marlon Co., Kan., 90 acres under cul
tivation, UO acres pasture, 10 acres meadow,
V acres alfalfa, her Dasture t-room house.
good barn, granary, chicken house, good
well and clMem, farm all (eneed and croaa
feneed. Good orchard. Price fc.OOO.
No. 18 IrtO-scre farm 2H miles from E2
blng, Vi miles from Peabody, Bitler Co.,
Kan.; 115 acres in cultivation, 45 acres
meadow; all can be cultivated; good house,
barn. 2 granaries, hog house, chicken house,
smoke house, 2 wells, windmill, tanks etc.
Uxl orchard. It acres of alfalfs hog pas
ture, all fenced and irosa-f enoed. Price
Is.OOO. Incumbrance $2,600, at 6 per cent.
Wont equity cash.
No. 432 20-acrs farm 4 mile from Shen
nlngton, Monr.w Co., Wis.; (to seres under
cultivation, 17i acres of timber; all can be
cultivated when cleared; good bulldlne-a,
good well, etc. Price tS per acre Will ex
chanco for other land or good Income prop
erty not over 12,000.
No. BOO liiO-acre farm adjoining town of
Bonair. Howard Co.. Ia.: 125 acres under
cultivation, 16 acres of grove, good build
ings, g-ood well, windmill etc. Price tffl per
acrs; Incumbrance h.lU0. Mli exenange
equity for any valuable property, but pre
fer merchandise, groceries or naraware.
No. B09 JSC-acre farm I miles from Little
Sioux. Harrison Co., Ia.;; 275 acres under
cultivation, 45 acres of timothy, good build
ings, good well, etc. Price 170 per acre: in
cumbrance S13.40O Will exchange for small
farm cloee to town or land In Oklahoma
suitable for alfalfa or grain.
No. Ell 240-acre farm 12 miles from North
London. Marlon Co.. Missouri; DO acre un.
der cultivation. 80 acres or timber, rooa
house, barn, all necesaary outbuildings,
good water supply, etc. Price 2j0 per acra
No. L33 lfiO-acre farm B miles from Car
penter, Beadle Co., South Pakota: ! a' res
under cultivations all good, tillable, level
land no bulldlnsrs Price tli Tier acre; In
cumbrance $l,5o0. Want equity cash.
No. fi?!i-S4n-aore farm 2 mtlee from Bur-
well. Garfield Co.. Neb.: 70 acres under cul
tivation, good, buildings, well, elo. fries
223 per acre. Want cash.
No. K2R 2-Bcrs farm S mile from Bur
well, Garfield Co.. Neb.; 180 acres under cul
tivation. ! sores of arrove. a-ood house large
barn, machinery shed, granary, well and
windmill. Price per acre; Incumbrance
Jo.600. Want equity cash.
No. 5!-a0-acrs farm miles from Carries,
KevsPsha, Co., Neb.; TO acres under cul
tivation, 10 acre of grove, good orchard,
good house barn, etc. Pries 112.000. Will
exchange for merchandise, hardware or
smaller tract of land.
No. 82 220-acro farm I miles from Ken
nebec. Lvman Co.. frmth Dakota; 46 acres
under cultivation, nearly all rolllnar. tlllabla
land: no buidlngs. Price tit per sere; In
cumbrance tuou, all cash except tl.OOO.
We have hundreds of properties on our
list w hich we will mall Ire of charge to
Globe Land & Investment Co.
1S22 Farnam St.
"STRIKE WHEN THE IRON
18 AN OLD BATING. IT HOIXa GOOD
TODAY. THEKE WILL NEVER AGAIN
BE A TIME TO BUY LANDS SO CHEAP
REMEMBER THESE DATES TVTS-PAV8-MAI
21. JUNE 4 AND IS EX
Cl RSiriNB TO LYMAN COUNTY, BOUTH
DAKOTA: NEW COUNTRY. NEW TOVN,
WONDERFUL DEVEIiFM ENT THH
PAST YEAR. LANDS FROM S0O TO
S-) 0 PER ACREv
ON BAMJ& DATE" OO TO WlBKOOF.E.
INDIAN TERRITORY. BEAUTIFUL
OiiUNTRT. WtLL WATTTILD BY LIV
ISO STREAMS, TIM HER. PPLKNUID
BOII (JROW ALL K1NT9 OF CROPS.
Ht'NrRKI3 fF PEOPLE GINO ON
EVERY EXCURSION; (t'UNTRY FAST
PETTL1NO UP, VERY BEST OF IMAM'S,
I1I.ST CLIMATE. NLIVF-K EXCiSlVELY
HT NOR VERY COI.D. ONLY II
HOURS' PJDE FROM OMAHA. LANDS
SFJ.l. BJSAXilLT AT $10.00 TO t0O PER
WHITE US AT ONCE TOD AY-FOR IT.
LIUHATIII rAMt'MW.m. p-..i r n t-r
AND OTHEJt INFORMATION IK'N T
I"Kfa.T. IT WILL BUKiLY MAKES YOU
i.rtf.ri mo nut.
RAILROAD FARE.OVB FARE FOR
Bdl Vn TRIP. H.1'14 II 00
nrrrlAL RF.PRRSRNTATIVES BOUTH
DAKOTA AND INDIAN TIIOIITORY. NO
Ci3T TO YOU Txt Sr.K THE ItNIS, IF
YOU NOTIFY US IN ADVANCE OF
YOUR OOINO A1V CHEAP WriSTEIUN
NEBRASKA AND TlCAS LANDS.
THE PUTNAM CO.,
604 N. Y IJ H;.'
CADET TAYLOR, PRE
Vf. B. TAYLOR, e-EC
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCnNO
qu 1 ttnaster. Fort Croit. Nsb.. May 10,
laOV. Sealed proposals, in trlpni'a'.e. sub-
le.-t l Hie usual conditions, wlil be rs
eclved hers until 10 o clock a. m.. ccotrul
M-ndard time. May 27, 1A7. for bulljiug- a
port h, solarium ana m-ain4 various re-
lMUra Int-Judlna painting. varn:st:ina. etc
at the post hoapltal, Fort Crook. Ntb. Full
infjrnt'.oa will furntthed mud plans and
l.-io.'ails may b abo at the orhce of
tne cunuractlitc quartern ater, sort Crook
Neb. Prr.ioaais to le marked "Proposals
for Repairs to Hoitl. and addrcaawl to
Captain R- R Sli-glall. quartrinaatsr,
TlMKta infantry, cwuairudmg quarter-
luasier. Ui-l it-a m
FARM ASD RA5CII L4D9 FOR t Kl.K
Mlerel leasees Con tinned.
220 acre. 6 miles southeast of Council
Bluffs, US acres In cultivation, 1"0 mors
acres can be cultivated, about 100 acres
good timber. T-room house, good barn, com
crib, granary, and other buildings, wind
mill, two wells, very cheap. If per acre,
eay terma to srres about six miles north,
west from Omaha postoffice. Large orchard
of all kinds of fruit, crapes and berries;
about 10 acres timber; some alfalfa and
timothy; two houses and all necessary
buildings; plenty of water. This Is a fine
fruit and grain farm; about two miles to
street oar. Very cheap. Price tT.OuO.
Wright & Lasbury
Tel Douglas 1E3.
04 6. Kth St.
(20) M5T1 ll
REAL ESTATE LOANS
tl.Ono.OCO TO LOAN on business and resi
dence property In Omaha; lowest rates;
Do daisy. Thomas Brennan. Room 1 N .T.
WANTED City loans end warranta. W.
Farnam Bmitb Co., likiO Farnnm St
MONET TO LOAN Payne. Investment Co.
P RIV ATE. MONET K. D. Wead. 1S20 Doug.
LOANS on Improved Omaha property.
OKtEfE R. i.. CO., 1001 N. T. Life Bldg.
1300 TO $30,000 TO LOAN at lowest rates; no
deiay. GARVIN BROS.. lftH FARNAM.
MONEY TO LOAN
GET OUR RATES ANT TERMS BEv
FORE ARRANGING Fi"R A LOAN ON
OMAHA REAL ESTATE.
(22) 640 12
BUILDINQ loans on residence property) 8
per cent. w. a. Melkle, Ramge Block.
LOWEST RATES Bemla, Paxton Block,
WANTED City loans. R. C. Peters A Co.
LOANS on Improved city property W. H.
i nomas, sue f irst Mationai Bank Bldg.
WANTED To buy cigar store with estab
lished trade; oowntown location preferred
Address W 299. Bea (25) M448 13x
REAL ESTATE WANTED
OR 7-ROOM modern residence, Bemls
park, Kountze Place or Hanscom park
district, 23,000, cash. Address O 2f. care
Bee. (23) M433 12
WE HAVE buyers for homes and Invest
ments. If you will sell at a bargain and
want quick sales, list your property with
us. rv. r. jjoage ft t-o., ifi4 nsmsm t.
5e liiag. (23 630 12
WANTED To bur. modern, up-to-date cot
taae In Bemls Park, at reasonable nrlce:
23,000 to K. sash, or better. If worth
the money. Address C 353. care Bee.
WANTED TO BORROW
WANTED To borrow, tl.600 on real estate
property, situated 2207 Harney, at 1 per
Ken 1 iniereau Aaaress a. zhk. care nee,
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To boy, second-hand furniture.
cook and heatina stoves, carpets, linole
ums, office furniture, old clothes and
shoes, pianos, feathers, bed pillows, quilts
snd all kinds of tools; or will buy the fur
niture of your house complete. Will buy
antique or mahogany furniture. The high
est prices paid. Call t right man. Tel
Douglas S971. (3)- 193 Myl7
CASH paid for .ld books. Crsnn-Foys Co,
212 8. 14th. 'Phone Douglas 1321.
FEATHER BEDS WANTED W cents per
pound paid for old feather beds; send
postal; will be In the city for one wee.
Address Y X cars Bee. (26 MU iilit
FOX TERRIER pup wanted. Will pay
cash. T. B. Lancaster, Bturgls, 8. D.
MODERN S-room cottage in good location.
Address M 2!i4, care Bee (251413 15x
WANTED, TO BUT For ensh. go d. pay
ing drug stock In hustling Nehraska town.
Address T 107. care Hoe. (20) M439 14x
MODERN cottage. 1100 down, 25 per
month; describe fully, state price and
terms when answering. Address B 31,
care Bee. (25) 16 12x
WISH to purchase good, profitable busi
ness Give aetalls; confidential. Address
H 207, care Bee. (25) 50 12x
WANTED TO BUY-Furnlture stock, 12.500
to 13, ; must be good. Address Y 102,
care Bee. (2S-626 12
WANTED to buy, meat market In country
town; give all Information In nrst letter.
Address B-362. care Bee
2t) M710 1.x
WANTED to buy. second-hand tent; must
be In good condition. E. B. High. 2437 S.
20th St. (26) 701 12 x
WANTED TO RENT
A young gentleman wants a room In
a strictly private family, where he can
have two meals a day. Anyone having
more than two such people about need not
answer. Address O. C. Swingley, Millard
hotel or telepuone Douglas H45.
WANTED By man. first class room, close
in. Address P rJ7, care Bee.
SMALL family want to rent or 10-room
modern bouse In good location. Address
M 211 Bes. (2hi-MJi 14
WANTED, TO RENT 8 to 10-room house.
wiiii urn pi.irrreu; no cnunren. Ad
dress P-SJ1. Bee. M6M iu
WE ARE turning away good tenants every
oay. um your vacant nouses with ua
N. P. Dodge A Co.. 1714 Farnam gt
WANTED -to t-room h.'uiie with yard.
within walking distance of Union depot.
Telephone Douglas A li) 6tS 12
WANTED, TO RENT A I or 8-room. mod
ern apartment. Address K-343. rare Bee.
( M0S2 Hx
POSITION WANTED A young printer
wants a position in a country office at
once. No bad babita About seven yeurs
of aaperienoa. Address Y 114. care Bee.
A YOUNO educated colored man. a veteri
nary grsduate. would like position with
s'.ockman to be of business and medical
assistance; best of references. John .
Shaw, 6747 Lafayette Avs., Chicago 111.
EXPERIENCED steno?raphrr; good refer
ences. Address F, Be Offloe. 10 I earl
St, Council Bluffs. UT M248 la
WHEN you write to advertisers remember
It takes but an extra stroke or two of
the pen to mention the fact that you saw
the ad In The Bea
WANTEJ-Pos1tlon in dry, goods or gen
eral mercbsndiae store by young man of
T years' sxiierle-iu-e; good reference, fur
nished. Address I 112. care Bee.
WANTED Poeltlon in genera) store; 1
vear experience la general merchandise.
Bret referencea. Addrtas Y 111 cars
Bee. (27-6Sf Ux
MAX with Urge experience as manager
and superintendent In building and en
tractlne buelnrse Wants pfis'tlon Ad
drvas fc-lU, Bee. U-)-M0 Ux
CORPORATIONS wishing to do buelnees
In Oklahoma can hare their bus'nese at
tended to and "resident representation"
for 110 a year. Brokers' Agency, Outhrle,
TOfNCJ man. aed 21 years, desires posi
tion colisctinsr. A hustler, and can fur
nish first class referencea and bond. Ad
dress V 237. care bee.
(?: Ml IZX
WANTFD Position as hesd miller. Ad
dress F-ls. Bee. (J7) M92 1X
RKAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Mary E. Hsls et al. to Claude tu
Combs, psrt tax 101 . iw nw
sec. S4-16-12 1 "
Joseph W. Teters to Trueman H.
Harris, lots 1 ana X, diocb a. unum
. Kate 1'eale to same, same
Virginia Niles et si. to C. Oeorge
Carlberg, lots 1, 4 anti a, Drncn : 101s
t. srd 7. block 2; w50 ft lot 4, block
t. Paj-ker s Add
Alfred Holden Byles to Olive H Psrt
rldrs. lot 22, block 12. West End ...
Jossph E. Byrne and wife to Edward
C Leuneiai, lox a, diocs b, wain
Robert O. Fink, county treasurer, to
Phlllpp Handschuh. tarn lot 7. sec.
Charles Flnley to Msry Bmlth, lot
12, block 11. t-ara roresi a
Elmer 8. Dundy to Carleton B. 8hep-
ard, wTl ft lot t and wri n nt oi
T, block 19. Kountse Place tOO
Kountxe Memorial church to John
H. Harte, part lots 1 and 4, block a.
John Edward Marsh t al. to James
A. Davis, lot , Diock 1, warms
Mary E. Bridenbecker to James L.
Walklnsbaw, nVi lot w, coniana
Walter J. Green snd wife to John J.
Krias, lot 9. block 1. Drexel's Sub.. 100
Wilson T. Graham to Henry F. Bwan-
son. lot 61, sub block A. Reservoir
The everlasting ques
tlon. will it be a Carriage
or a Buggy this summer
We tave never put out a finer
line of Vehicles nor so many of
them at this season of the year.
The man with a Swell Turnout
will be in the swim this summer.
There never wss a greater craze
for swell equippages. We have
always furnished the best ones
that are driven in Omaha and we
ship many of them out of town.
One of our swellent broughams
went to Sheridan last week, and
we are getting orders for less Im
posing turnouts all the time.
We are giving a better price on
Harness and Vehicles than any
firm in town.
Pon't take oar word
come in and price the goods.
We repair either the Carriage or
' Eighteenth and Harney.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
l!UOJ STAT10X-TESTH AXD MARCT.
Overland Limited a t:6s am a 1:18 pro
The China and Japan '
Past Mall a 4:15 pm a 1:10 pm
Colo. & eatlf. Ex a 4:15 pm a 9:20 pm
California A Ore. Ex.. .a 4:25 pm a 1:10 pm
Los Angeles Limited.... al2:0C pm a!0:4t pin
...a B5 am a 1:00 pm
...a 7:46 am a 7:44 am
Colorado Special ,.
North Platte Local.
...a 1:10 am a 4:60 pm
. d m :ou pm du: pm
Chli-aa-o, Rock lalaait 4t PaeiSe.
Chicago Limited a 2:15 am a 7:10 am
Iowa Local a 7:00 am a4:t0pm
Chicago Mail a 2:46 pm
Iowa Locnl bl2:06 pm b 2:65 pm
Chicago (Eastern Ex.). .a 6:06 pm a 1:35 pm
Chicago (Iowa Lmtd ). .a 6:35 pm al2:2S pm
Rocky Mountain Lmtd.. a 7:t0 am a 2:06 am
Colo. A Cal. Express... a 1:60 pm a 4:60 pm
Okl. & Texas Express. .a 4:40 pm al2:06 pin
Lincoln. Falrbury and
Belevue a 1:60 pm al0:10 an
Chicago A Korthwesterm.
Cedar Rapids Pass a 7:05 am a f :05 pm
Twin City Express..
.a 7:60 am ald.Wi pm
.a 1:00 am all :1s vtn
Chicago Daylight ....
Sioux City Local
Sioux City Local
Twin City Limited...
Overland Limited ...
Los Angeles Limited
. .ail.CO am a 2:45 pm
..a S.M pm a t 35 am
...a 4:32 pm a I:n0 am
a 2:45 pm
..a 6:60 pm a 7:30 am
a 2.-00 pm
...a 8:22 pm a am
...a 8:28 pm a 7:05 am
...a 1:3 pm a 81 am
...a 7.4H am a 10 55 am
...b 7:40 am s!0 35 am
...a 2:00 pm a 6 06 pm
...a 2:00 pm a i:0i pm
...b 2:00 pm b 5:06 pm
...b f "2 pm bl2:&o pm
..a 1:60 pm al2:36 pm
St. Louis Express
.a :20 pm a 8:20 am
St. Louis Local (from
Council Bluffs a 1:66 am al0:20 pre
Stanberry local (from
Conncll Bluff:) b 1:00 pm b 11:30 am
CUlraso, Milwaukee St. Pawl.
Chi. A Colo. Special a 7:63 am a 7:20 am
California A Ore. Exp.. a 1:46 pm a 2:10 pm
Overland Limited ...f...a 1:36 pm a 2:30 am
Dea Moines ft Cedar
Eaplds Local b 1:45 am bll :00 pm
Chicago Express a 8 00 am a 8:48 pm
Minn. A St. Paul Exp.. .b i.OO am a 1:16 pm
Chicago Limited a f 00 pm a 7:30 sin
Minn. St. Paul Lmtd. .a 1:30 pm a 2:30 am
Chicago Great W esters
6t. Psul & Minneapolis.. 1.30 pm
11 :53 pm
fct. Psul A Minneapolis
7 45 am
1 40 pm
2 .JO pm
Chicago Express ......
K. C. St. L. Exp..
K. C. c at. L. Exp.
..a :00 am a t:S0 are
..all:15 pm a S:2S pin
..a 2:00 pm all 40 am
a 4:16 pm
Des Moines Local .1
BIRLIXGTOX STATIOK IOTH ex MASOX
..a 4 if pm a l pm
..a 4:10 pm a I j0 pm
Denver A California
Northwest Special ...
a 4 10 pm a I iu pm
all:!0 pm a 7:1' am
....a 2:14 am a 7:46 pm
a 8.10 am a 7:46 pm
a 66 am
....b 2:00 pm al2:01 pm
a 7: Dm
Northwest fc-x press
Nebiaa.a Liiwl ..
Lincoln Fust Mall.
Ft. Crook Flattsin'th.b 2:60 pm blO:28 am
Plattsmouth a 7:60 pio a 8:10 am
Ienver Limited a 7:10 sin
Bellevue A Pac June .a 3 SO am a 1:60 pm
Chicago Erpiese ....
St. Ixiuis Express
Kansas Cltv-Pt. Joe.
a 7:25 am a 7:26 pm
a 2 45 pm a I 66 pm
a 8 65 pm a 7 26 pm
a I 15 am alO f.3 pm
a 4:45 pm all :20 am
al" 46 pm a :45 am
Kanaas 'ltv-8l. Joe ul:15 am
f .10 pm
Kansas City-St. Joe a 4:46 pm
WEBSTER STATIOS-ltUh A WEBSTER
Chirac, St. Peel. Mlaaeaoolls
Twin City Passenger. ..b SX) sm b I 10 pm
Eloux City Pasenger... 2:00 pm HI JOtm
Knerson Local b I 46 pm h t 10 am
Emerson Local ...o 8:46 am C I 50 pm
Ixv al vta Weeping
Wat r a 8:06 am a 8 20 pm
Fail City Local ..a 8 64 pm sil:60 pn
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, d Dally
except Saturday, s Sunday only, s Dally
Office hours, 8 -on to f SO a. m.. 12tt to 2 20
p m. Telephone Harney M.
OMAHA VETERINARY HOSPITAL
ZSIO Ma. ea Street, Oaaaha, Hea.
II. L. RtmacclottI, D. V. S. Deputy Stat
and City Veterinarian, Food Inspector.
Chief Surgeon. I). C- Scott, D. V, O-. 11
TRADE CONDITIONS IN OMAHA
Uniform Reports from All JobWi f Con
tinued Eetvy Trad,
PRICES HOLD FIRM AND FEW ADVANCE
Mere Faverafcls Weather mm Reaalt
mmt laaleatloas far Barnaer
Craps wf All Grata Caasa
Prosperous trade conditions enjoyed this
spring by all large wholesale Jobbers of
Omaha were continued In Increased volume
during the last week and Jobbers uniformly
report sales of gr'it quantity for the flrat
part of May. Weather conditions have
ctwsod to play an Important part In the
trade, although they have had the effect
of curtailing the number of visitors to
are now enjoying their largest trade of
the year snd are unable to lane even a
few days off to mske a visit to the central
Jobbing points. ,
Indications are for bumper crops In all
grains throughout this state and It Is be
lieved that the reports of damage to Kan
sas crops have been greatly exaggerated.
This means that the trade of the ersulng
year will be of satisfactory volume, and
even In excess of that of many previous
years. Farmers are elated over crop pros
pects snd are now buy tilling the soil and
planting of all kinO, resulting In an In
creased demand for harvesting machinery
this fall, but dullness In some linos of
trade during the present period of spring
Frost has damaged crops of small fntlts
In msnv parts of the state, but this will
hot materially afrct the local wholesale
market, as little Nebraska fruits f-nd their
way to this market In the ahape of canned
goods, dealers aepenaing mostly n r mm
nuuolles of these commodities from west
ern or southern points, precipitation In
the form of snow during the last ten dsys
has msde the soil exceedingly receptive for
spring cultivation and rspld rrowth snd
firosperts are entertained tor anotnrr
afge corn crop, insuring plenty of work
for Nebraska canneries snd a good mar
ket for the manufactured product In
Omaha this summer, although s'ockg ars In
good position at the present time.
Congestion of trafno has caused much
concern by dealers In some lines of trade,
hut the principal complaint Is because of
aeiayed shipments. tars are apparently
more plentirul at the present time tnan at
any time this sprlrg, but shipments from
all eastern points are retarded because of
the Inability cf railroad companies to han
dle the Immense volume of freight toward
Hardware Jobbers report that shipments
of goods from Chicago and Minneapolis
are sometimes in transit for eight or ten
days, when they should be transported In
at least three or four days. This condition
has caused hardship, both to the wholesale
merchants and the consumers, who have
been utterly unable to supply the domands
of customers for many staple lines of
goods. This Is an Indication that freight
Is very badly congested on western roads,
with little prospect of Improvement in con
ditions. Hardware jobbers report thst wire cloth
and poultry netting continue very scarce
and with no Immediate Indications of relief
In this resiied from eastern manufacturers.
There is continued heavy demand for all
lilies of sporting goods, golf, base ball,
lawn tennis and firearms, such as has not
been witnessed for many yeara, but the
aernana ns been accommodated by nier
cnanis nsvlng anticipated such conditions
lam fall, wnen heavy stocks were laid In.
and the predictions at that time have been
more than Justified by the present trade.
Business ot hardware Jobbers has been
unusually heavy during the last week
and collections are in good position. There
have been sharp advances In prices on
several small lines, but few changes In
prices for the staple lines. Strap and key
hinges advanced 10 per cent during the
period under review. All varieties ot wojd
stock advanced from 26 to 40 per cent
and sheet sine advanced 60 cents per loO
pounds. The general market tone Is Arm
and other advances are anticipated.
The business of Omaha Implement deal
ers has been rather qulst during the last
week, but this condition was expected,
owing to the time of the year, as the sell
ing; season has not advanced sufficiently to
warrant the receipt of many second or
ders. Corn planters have been In good de
mand owing to the more favorable seeding
weather experienced for some time pant
and some few second orders have been re
ceived from Nebraska dealers. Buggies
are being sold In greater quantities than
Is usual st this time of the year, but the
wagon trade has been very dull and little
Improvement Is hoped for In this line for
several months. Weather conditions have
not. apparently, affected the general trade
in Implements ar.a recent snows have
caused increased activity among farmers,
which will result in later business of good
character. Weather and general crop con
ditions have more effect upon the imple
ment trade than upon any other whole
sale Jobbers, and optimistic opinions are
generally entertained by local Jobbers as
to tne tail ouainess. mere are prospects
for much larger crops In Nebraska snd
Kansas, which will result in increased de-j
mand for harvesting machinery. Gi-neral
prosperous conditions among farmers are
quickly noticed by Implement Jobbers ow
ing to an apparent disposition of farmers
to Invest more heavily in expensive farm
and vehicle trade will. It Is -believed,
machinery and vehicles when crops have , grocery Jobbers, sustamea a seveie i"
been good. The present season is deemed a,t wednesdnv by the collapse of. a Pr
more favorable In this respect and the dull- ; lon of their six-story wsrehouse at Ninth
n... nn mnrin,.A In h lmnl.nu.nl V V The llinu tO bllild-
duration. and temporarily demorallied the buxlness
lobbers report that there has been I of this large firm. A new eight-story ware
nce In prices on any of the staplo ' bouse will be erected on the site of the ae
rlng the last week, although the I moliehed hulldlng and the firm will t i i
general tendency of the market is very
firm ana small anvances In some lines are i activity or tne maraei w.n. .
exceedingly probable within a few montha I Turpentine is down 2c lower tnan a
A feature of the trade of local wholesale week ago. and oil (linseed) has advanced
Arms is that the business during the month twice during the week, a rent at a time,
of March was much greater in volume making it 2 cents hlsher. There is a S" a -than
that during the April, or so far dur-1 demand for plate glass and glass or an
ing the month of May. Retail merchants Vinds for bu ding rrrs. ,'aTa
Stocked up heavily during the warm Is there a .call for arl .glass 1 Ir, 'Omaha on
weather had last March and. as a result. I account of the activity In residence build
V?.-.1' f0L'".Tmrv.J2n:!:"Jal!r".?,"l,nfhe'dn,r ma-Vet has shown Increased
largest. The demand for oxfords con
strong and a few second orders are
received. The trsde in rubber goods is
practically over for this sesson, snd it
was not of large slie st any time during
treme drouth prevailed for many weeks
during the spring. Even with these un
favorable weather conditions prevailing
this spring ths trade in rubber lines wss
much heavier than during; ths correspond
ing period of 1W. Collections have been' H-.00 L.IYB STOClfc MARKRT
v.r rmA mnA much Imnmvemen. In Hil.llULAUO '
respect Is shown since the first of May.
Merchants are discounting their bills with
their Initial orders and financial conditions
are regarded as extremely favorable. Job
bers are congratulating themselves on the
large business dons this spring, even with
unfavorable weather, and sometimes won
der what the business would have been
If the weather had been perfect.
The fresh fruit and vegetable market
has been very strong during the last week.
with prices generally well sustained owing
to the backward weather prevailing over
new" eo -
modltles have made their appearance "
the market for the first time this year
and several articles of primarily winter
sale have been closed out. Strawberries,
which are still obtained in greatest quan
tities from Arkansas, have been very
scarce and not even In sufficient supply to
accommodate the local demand. Prices
will be slightly higher on berries and
JiePin, CHINA. PHILIPPINES,
HONOLULU and AUSTRALIA
b? the Moral Mall Wmimh of the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Tt futert setwvKien to th Orient. Bixwrsi Mfi
v tb " wt.rieja of tiiBft," U da., thdira. t
VtUlOl Ue-r ed frtoh8ti. T " IfcitAU, ' " A Vi-t
' titsd "MiaatAsa!'' irurld mm Mocpt itilly cm9
trit. avrrriiLi om tm wtt Am pmrnmngtin nuijti ihm
from Vaimmmitv tn Yokohama. Kob
SI2kaSBvl. feseaAftlMai. liOwAlf H" lUM. JtiiUUi.
BimprtMa Castiia Mr Al Mobtewctt Jun IT
AuiisiM Jipi EmprvM of Jpa Jutr I
ICiuarwi ot ludia Juat ilrur July 21
I torn T&acoAVaY to Xuolmla uA BjAasj,
Mir4 Mar MioiU July II
Wraiisl Jtib I. Mior Aug. II
lr rates. lAformatic o4 Itioraiura arply u
Am 0. UUW, Um'l ArtwSUa Cktuk BU,
Submit piers snd speclrUatlone for m'dsrn
school building, four rooms first floor,
two rooms and one reception room sccna
floor; basement for steam heating: build
ing to be of brick acd not to cist over
81'.u00 complete. Oscar Juhnson, Secretary
echuol Board. Shlcaiey. Neb. ni!2Jll
lO ORAIUNQ CONTRACrrORS I NDER
signed want rrmA graled at Holy Bepul
cher cemetery, In this city. Call at,d eve
prnlo at P. C. Unity , trtaurer of cem
etery, Li 0 llth ot., city. Uii-lte
WE have left 48,000 shares of
VV our allotmcAt of 100,000
shares of Bertha, Consolidated
Gold Mining Co., at 15 cents
No reicrvaJioiYS on the
stock will be iven. but
cept 10 payments on
Cons. 25c stock,
204 Neville Dldg.
vegetables of all kinds are very scarce
with the possible exception of lettuce snd
radishes. New potatoes are becoming more
plentirul, coming principally from Texas
and Louisiana, but old potatoes are higher
In price and of poor quality.
The first car of Cuban pineapples has ar
rived ana the pines are 01 gooa quality.
Florida grape fruit la out of the market,
as Is Florida celery, but oranges of the
navel varieties are In plentiful supply of
the finest quality. Some blood oranges are
on the market and fine Florida tomatoes
are selling at lower prices than la usual
at this time of the year.
The sugar market has continued strong
during the last week, but with no material
change In prices. Raws are anciea princi
pally by the acute Cubsn situation where
many centrals have stopped operations on
account of the continued drouth and re
fined sugars tend toward hilrher prices
since the sharp advance recentlv at Ban
Francisco of 2oc per hundred. The Cali
fornia advance wss due to strlnr.nt con
ditions with regard to the local and Ha
waiian crops and will not affect the terri
tory east of Colorado, according to the
opinions -of prominent sugar authorities.
Backward spring weather ' hss affecteed
the cheese market by retarding pasturage
and prices are generally firmer. October
stock is In great demand and dealers sn
ticlpate slightly higher prices on the new
iiiju. . .,,,.iiv heavv for this
..irf f the vear and prices have held
Jitrong for the beat., gradea.
Canned gooos eno ibii.
creaicr demand on the approach of warmer
weather and canned meats are yery strong,
with several slight sdvances in "rices.
paxton uaiiaajner. mr
(ng and stock will amount to about M.0M
1 1 . . r. .1- .rr,nniiiel the buKlness
! larger part than ever in the commercial
ine con-e mu. - and Kreaates were freely bought by noma
better grades, aitnougn m. v" " , ",u T and American buyers. During the four re
still slightly wesker. Qan'" main g days ofttte sales 44 120 bales will
poorer stock have been .""i"'' i be offered. Following are the sales I. d
ened market .with the result that Stall: New South Wales, 1.800 bales;
been some decline In prices, which wuia lode's d ; greasles. MSflsM;
probably go evejj flower I r It were not for g tuo bales; scoured. IS 2dUlslJ5;
the fact the Br1,1,7,,.i'r?me , ?S1 greasy. Mi 2d. Victoria. 1.700 bales;
been a heavy speculative factor in the , uh it ,,. Bdftla4d.
usually The dnir market has shown in"eas-o
S I sctivlty during the last week and a number
, HnJ'of stanle articles have been advanced In
od. is "ire Cod1ne advanced 25c per ounce;
ods is ' . -r iLr ner pound vanilla
a v.,. nr nnupd
F?JL.r .3 "noe-l roIr SSc to W Tier pound:
beans advanced from 25c to 60c per pound:
- 1 .(..., mni advanced He per
.""," ,.naer root advanced He per
pound; cod liver oil Is a trifle ea-ler. while
: ouinlre bi" been declined In price lc per
!".!" ' t. 1. .. . whole, however, the
'market is very Aim. with prospects of fur
I ther sdvances during the spring months.
id Sheep Steady Hoss five
CTTTCAOO. May 1
2r0 hesd: market steady; beeves . 84
S45- cows, tl SOa-t 86; heifers. I2.wij6 o.
bull's. tlVtt re Ives. 24.2T4 00; good to
frlmi steers. 4- 46; poor to rnedlum.
U f6 3; stockers and feeders. 22.8036
HOOB-Receipt-. 7 ( had : tjisirket 5c
hiaher- 11ht. $4086: mixed. t4f82H.
1 Pln.' Jiii". t-u.. w...h if. lf,-a SO: Pigs.
nesw. o.iin, htii - - ,1 . .
,M'fl45: fod to choice heavy, litw
1 1 tlS TV,!, V UHfun'e
celpts, 1 son
hesd: market steady; na ives.
western. 24 60O.t0; yfarllnRS pi .-f7..
Umbs. t.0a 70; western. 86.&uSS 75.
Kaa.se City Live Stock Market.
viK-eia PITY Msy 11 CATTLE R
.NeCadVmarkert unchanged; choice
export and dressed beef steers. IS 2f
fair to good 84 : western fed st-rs
t4X'aS60; stockers and feeders.
uthem steers, 14 0-6.60, cows, 23
ntiva cows 22 76u6o0; native helfera. t376
Receipts for the week were 82 200 head
HOGS-Recel.ts 6,000 head: market
strong to 5c higher: top. 36.': bulk of
sales. IS.46&S50; hesvy. t 4.,i6.46: Packers.
Js 4 'Vfci; lights. 4Sa.62V: pigs. Xti
ith Kerelr.t. for the week. 67.u9 head.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. """'j
ma-rket nominally steadv; Ismbs. PI""",
ewes and yesrltngs. 88 60S. 76; western fed
yearlings Sa.tfc'al.OO; western fed sheep,
240U.0; fed ewes. t4.0U&S.0O
Mew York Live Stork Market.
NEW YORK, May 11.-BEEVE8- Re
ceipts. 1.43u head, all consigned to slsugh
terers and exporters; nothing doing: feel
ing stesdy. Liverpool and London cables
reported live cattle, steady: retrig.rator
beef firm at c per lb.; exports. fJi cattle
and 6 quarters of beef.
CALVES Receipts. 14 head; market fuel
ing weak on expected heavy receipts Mon
dsy; medium vesls sold at K.Cv: dressed
calves In moderste supply end alout suady;
city dressed veuia, aUSsc per lb.; country
dressed. jr.. , , .
lPxiB-Herelrts. 2.746 hesd, all for slaugh
ters market noniinslly steady.
SHEEP AND LA MHS-Receipts. 4 12
bead; market about steady; sheep, nominal;
lambs, all clipped, 7-8wa1.75; no spring
It. J.wsk IJve Stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. May 11 CATTLE
Receipts. Si head, market steady; natives.
t o 26; eows and heifers. ti.bui'4.i6;
lockers and feeders. S3 76tr4 SO.
liutjd itevvlpta, i.M head, maiaet filOc
higher; top, 26.62H; bulk of sales, 84 409
SHEEP AND LAMRS Receipts, none
lambs, tS.26.flS. 66; yearlings, 26.0oy.&0.
. Slaox City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, May U. (Special Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipt a, o head; mar
ket steady; beeves, t4.6n4i6.75; cows, bulls
and mixed, 13 .4oi&4.; cockers ana leeaers,
j 63 gftM 00; calves and yearlings, t3.404i4.30.
1 rlUUS rteceipia, neao; maraev 99
higher, selling at ti.a.u; duik 01 saies,
Stock la Staht
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
Cuttle. H"gs. Sheep.
,. 81 8.3X0 463
,. 200 6.010
,. 20 6.0O ...
. Si 4.3X2
.. t 3"0
.. 2u0 7.0u0 1.600
,..UH 3J.3S3 LW3
Sioux City ...
St. Joseph ....
LONDON. May 11 WOOL A good selec
tion, consisting of 12.178 bales, was offered
at the wool auction sales today. Competi
tion was strong and prices remained firm.
Fine cross breds were in active request
lUd. West Australia. L2u0 balia, scoured.
,lldijrls6d; gressy, 7dS'ls Id. New Zealand,
6.104 bales; scoured, Is drls HVjd; greasy,
l8dls2d. Cape of Good Hope and Natal,
X0 bales; scoured. Is ldjjls 6d; greasy, fcid
ST. LOUIS. May 11. WOOL Steady:
medium grsdes combing and clothing, 2 J
ilk-; light fine. 2i'u-21c; heavy nne, lfil7c;
NEW YORK. Msy ll.-OOTTON-pot
closed quiet; middling uplands. 11.90c; mid.
dllng gulf, 12.16c; sales, 25 bales.
LIVERPOOL, May 11. COTTON Spot In
fair H.manil' ririres 3 nolnts higher: Ameri
can middling fair. 7.86d; good rnldiiilng,
78!d: middling, 67M; low middling. 4d;.
good ordinary, 6.idd; oriinsry, ui. i no
sales of the day were 8,0 bales, of which
6'i0 were for speculation and export, and In
cluded 7.200 American. Receipts, LOjO bales.
including TW American.
ST. IXUIfl. May 11. COTTON Steady;
middling, llc; aales. 6V) bales; recelpis,
167 bales; shipments, 491 bales; stock, 27,147
NEW ORLEANS, May 11 COTTON
Spot market closed stesdy; sales, 425 bales;
low ordinary, 6Tc. nominal; ordinary, 7c,
nominal; low middling. l'Sc; middling.
lll-16c; good middling, 12 8-lAc; middling
fair. 131-16. Receipts, 2,009 bales; stock,
Imr and Molasses.
NEW YORK, Miy 11. SUGAR Raw
Arm; fair refining, 2.27c; centrifugal, l
test. 2 67e; molasses sugar. 2. 12c; refined.
Arm; No. s. 4.60c; No, 7, 4.46c: So. . 4 40o;
No. , 4.26c; No. 10, 4.25o; No. 11. 4.20c;
No. 12. 4.16c: No. 12. 4 10c; No. 14. 4.06c;
eonfectloners1 A. 6.20c; crusnod. t.60o;
powdered. 6.00c; granulated, 4.80c; cubes,
MijLASSES Steady; New Orleans, open
kettle, good to choice. 27&3tc.
NEW ORLEANS. May 11. SUO.VR
Steady; open kettle centrifugal. I i i 3 J ;
centrifugal yellows, Td6 4c; seconds,
MOLAbSES Quiet; new syrup, 20 0 240.
NEW YORK. May 11. COFFEE Market
for futures opened steady at unchanged
prices to a decline of 10 points In response
to dlsapDoln tins' French cables, with con
tinued heavy recelpis and European selling.
There was enough local buying to sustain
prices around the opening figures and the
market cloaed quiei. net unchanged to 10
points lower. Sales were reported of 10.600
bags. Including May at t.6oc; July at 6.4ucl
September. 6 Jou6 36c; December, 6.2mo ana
March, t.40r; spot coffee, quiet. No. 2 Rio,
6V; Santos Nu. 4, 7"c, mlid coffee, quist;
Cordova, try Unc
oils and Rosin.
NEW YORK, May 11. OILS Cottonseed,
strong; prime crude, f. o. b. mills, nominal,
petroleum, steady; reAn"d New York, ta (w;
Phllsdrlphla and Baltimore, t8.16; Phlla
delphla and Baltimore In bulk. 64.70. Tur
pentine, quiet. 87fr77ye.
KOHiis firm; airaiiiea common to iwl
NW: .. ..
OIL. t ITT, pa., stay u-ititrtnimer.
ROSIN Firm; quite: A. B. C. 84 27fl4 40;
D. 84.45; E. 34 ; F. 3 i;i4.7:.; O, 84 7l4 Hu;
H, M 72"a45, I. 14.76; K. ti 25; M. ti tvj
t.85; W. O., It 0; W. VV.. ti 6"4iS 70.
Whisky r rkl.
PEORIA. May 11. WHISKY Market
steady at 81 .24.
6T. LOUI3. May 11 -WHISKY-Markat
steady on basis of 81 34 fr high wines.
4HiCAG. May 11. WHISKY Market
steady at 11.29.
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEDO. May it SEEDS Clover, cash,
18 80; October, iftV'; December, 87 (; March,
17.10. Alalae, T.?u. Timothy. U.
PARIS. May 11 Prices on the Bourse
today were heavier at the close. Kun.n4
imperial 4- closet al 7i36 and Russia)
Unds of lis4 at t.
)ERLIN. May 11. -Prices oo the Bourse
ttalay were weaker on ye.terdy's New
York advices with the threatened lockout
In the building Uadcs, and Ui. rising yriie
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