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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1909)
THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER 5. 1009.
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QOUTH OMAHA, as a rule, will net the shipper of Nebraska and Western. Iowa more
money for his hogs than any other market. But have you noticed that all fall South
Omaha has averaged more cents per hundred for hogs than any other western markets?
While South Omaha is not only actually paying more money for hogs, the shipper to that
market is receiving in addition the advantages of lower freight and lighter shrinkage.
Think this over, Mr. Shipper ITS THE MONEY YOU WANT.
ive Market for Cattle amd
The splendid condition of the South Omaha cattle and sheep market throughout this
year has been a matter of enthusiastic comment on the part of the shippers and traders. It
has an established reputation as a superior market for common and feeder grades of cattle
and sheep, but the increased demand which has developed for good killers and the best fat
kinds is furnishing at South Omaha an attractive market also for the very best grades of
fat cattle and sheep. The shipper need not be afraid to send his good cattle and sheep
to South Omaha. The packers want this stuff just as much at South Omaha as they
are wanted at Chicago and other markets.
The buying power of the South Omaha market is big enough and broad enough to
handle all classes of live stock, to as good advantage of shippers as any other market.
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Look over record of receipts of various markets and you will find that South Omaha
has made the highest percentage of gain in cattle receipts this year of any of the large
markets; the best in sheep and the best showing in hog receipts. South Omaha. is a pop
ular market with a lot of the western shippers.
When you come to the Corn Show
pay a visit also to the Stock Yards
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