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TTIE HKE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. APRIL 2. 1910.
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REAL ESTATE
it' ntori.nri for M.r..
(Continued
Suburban Homes
f'nish. 6 large room" and bath 8iil hull
nth front and
with rrnnt ann rear vwmdhiw m mii
(nor; full cemented basement and large
attic floored; citv water nrt elr-ctrlc
light.' This In at 42d and Wool worth Ave.,
Inlntng the Countv firm, which la ue.l bv
the F'eld flub nil the County hospital. It
I, verv sightlv. Offered with 1 Iota for
4 WO. or with more ground l a higher
price.
Harrison & Morton,
reai'TIFUi7k()i:xtze
PIaACE HUMK
16 500 for 1920 Lothrop St.
ew, well constructed, up-to-1ate,
m'm-rnnm m n d r n
l,ouse. f inl.h (1 In quartet-M-r4
oak first floor, birch
second floor. exceptionally fir.e
plumbing House built fur a
home last y'nr. und owner
leaving city only rrneon for
selling Price reduced .VK for
immediate sale. Part rash.
Iialanre on time nt 6 pw cent.
It will pav you to Investigate
this proposition If you want a
(rood home In the bent portion
of Kountze Place at a low
price.
George & Co., Exclusive Agents,
1601 Farnam Pt. Tl. Douglas 75.
food"
fli
REAL ESTATE
FARM Af RACM I, AMI FOB BAM!
( olora do-t en t la ned.
70 000 acres nf Irrigated land; 21 OHO acres
sold since last March. 160 00 an acre with
perpetual water right. Kasy terms. To
he advanced 110 00 an acre May 1. Tha
mo.t attractive Irrigated project ever de
veloped. I located In the San Lull valley
of Colorado.
......Tit i a inDiniTrn i avi ffi
No. 1634 Champa SStreet. Denver. Colo.
Iowa.
I
A.N Iowa farm for sale. Call 5 S. 2-lth
Ave
Kanaaa.
FOR SAI.K or exchange Sf.6 acres In
eastern part of Ellis county. Kansas, near
Russell county line; good wheat and alfalfa
l;ind; plenty of water; piles 117.50 per acre;
want income properlv In eastern Kansas
or Missouri. O. A. HigRlns, Stockton. Kan.
ATTRACTIVE APARTM BNT
house sm;
404 Park Ave. large l-rnom house In
f r,-., 1hs condition, with unfinished attic
on lot
;8'i.xl73 FEET
Ample room for large apartment house
vttliotit disturbing the residence. Paces
three Mree.te.
This location can't lie beat. Come and
ee us about this. The price is right.
HASTINGS HEYDEN.1614 HARNEY ST.
I ) U N DEE 1 1 OM E
CHEAP
HiOxlK ft. In the most sightly location
In Dundee; fine view In all directions: al
most new; 10-room house with hardwood
fin'!": hot water heat. etc. This Is one of
the best arranged and most comfortable
homes In Dundee, and Is offered for less
than cost as owners are about to leave
the citv. Price $7,750. Easy terms.
.J. II. DUMONT & SOX.
Pour. 690. lW Farnam St.
KANSAS
FINELY IMPROVED FAKMS
$20 PER ACRE
A'l rented, paying from 10 to It prf cent
rent. Best alfalfa In the world. Easy
terms. If not a represented,, will return
your expenses
M.vVATA LAND AND LOT CO..
174 N. Y. Ufa Bide. 'PhoBe Red
FOR SALE -A fine ranch, a real bargain;
owner must have the money to snve hltn
elf on another and larger Investment: vou
Ihnv a..t tHI week' Ho nut write letters.
Ret busy if you want to make $25,000 to
J.30.000 In six months, sure ns you go against
the game; tiss the long distance telephone
land prepare to investigate cn me tump;
I requires $15,000 to IM.OOO cash on contract,
$20.4)00 to JIK.OOO on delivery of the deed
I wlftiin 30 davs; balance terms; S per cent
; Interest: price. ;o.00; wortli $100,000; 4.7M
I acres; SO per cent the finest farming land.
balance rolling and rough; about 1.600 aores
under the plow, fenced and cross-fenced,
good ranch improvements; 11-room house,
sheds, wells, windmills and springs. This
Is a good place to farm or subdivide Into
smaller farms and sell out. or a splendid
ranch and location to live; six miles from
the buildings to a town, four miles from
the nearest point of the land to u town.
This ranch Is In the eastern part of Hodge
man county. Kansas, surrounded bv well
Improved farms and high prloed land; only
40 miles east of It you cannot buy land for
less than $40 to $0 per ncre. Do not hesi
tate, take action. Call Main 6224. Bell tele
phone, Kansas City, Mo., and ask for the
party who can talk business on this ranch,
or call Porter Young, Great Bend, Kan.
Creightons First Add.
2334 So. 34th St. A strictly modern. 6
room house, with full cement cellar, good
furnace, coal bins, with side door en
trance first floor; large living room, din
ing room ami kitchen second floor three
bedrooms and bath; gas and electric com
bination fixtures, house newly decorated
throughout, cement walks, east front, near
school, two block to car, price $.1,350. Ea9y
terms. All ready lo move right In. Ruy
this property and save your rent money.
Payne, Bostwiek & Slater.
Role Agents. 01 N. Y. Life Bldg.
FOR A FF.W DAYS I CAN SELL
EAST FRONT
Florence Boulevard Lots
Near Miller Park
.5xl6T.
AT J800.
V. (. Ure, 004 Bee Building.
It-ROOM house. Hanscom psrk district,
fine corner, lot 150x132. fine shade trees;
downstairs In uuarter-sawed oak. fine bath,
new furnace: everything In first-class re
r'r; splendid home for some one) If not
told by May 1 will rent. Inquire 1005 N.
V. Mfe. Phuue Dong. 2270.
FOP. SAIR BY OWNER.
Well Improved half section In Thomas
county, Kansas. Address Lock Bog 104,
PurcelL Okl.
FOR SALE 400-acre farm in eastern
Kansas; ttlO acres cultivation, balance pas
ture and mow land; 2-atory, 8-room house;
barn 60xr.0; corncrlb. granary, workshop;
10 fruit trees; cistern; 8-room tenant house;
barn; well watered: SV miles Quenemo,
Kan.; the best bargain in eastern Kansas;
$.13 per acre. J. V. Watkins, Quenemo,
Kan.
rfai f:tatf
rnn ad ranch i.am mn ttt.n
(Continued )
Pferth Dakota.
ONLY PER ACRE
S.W0 acres wheat land. to 13 miles from
main line Northern Pacific R. R. In North I
Dakota. Good, smooth, tillable land, good
soil and subsoil; Just the same kind nf
land that others are RKTAIL1NU FOR $20
TO $25 per acre In the same neighborhood.
Anyone buying this land Is sure to make
a ffoflt, as It Is offered for lees than It
is worth and Is certain to advance. This I
land Is underlaid with coal, which adds to
Its value, but nothing Is added to the price
on that account, no I P WITH tS Tl'ES
DAY, APRIL R. If you don't want all of
the land YOi; CAN PICK WHAT YOC
WANT at $11 per acre Special rate from
Omaha and return next Tuesday, 2I S5.
Your expenses refunded If you buy.
J. II. DUMONT & SOX,
IfiOB Farnam St., Omaha.
SWAPS
(Continued )
WF.LL ESTABLISHED. OOOD PAYJNCI
Kusiness In souO Nebraska town; price.
$.I.OiiO; will trad., for Omaha Improved or
acres ner Omaha.
NOWATA LAND AND lA)T CO..
Suite 4 N. Y. Life Hlrtg. P.ed l?..
FOR FXCHANOK Improved farm In
eastern Nebraska for stock of general mer
chandise. Address Box 113 Central City.
Neb.
WE handle exchanges of properties of
merit. HARRY L. CI LVER. 809 !0 N. Y.
Life Bldg. 'Phone D. 716.
This is a One-Inch Ad.
To sell your home write a desorlpilor, ot
it In about r.O words and send It lo TUB
OMAHA 1IKK Classified Dept. together
w ith 73 cents for each day you wlsu li putt-.
kehed.
CLOSED carriage or street hack, landau
let style, but lltle used, made by Cunning
ham and sold new for $l.on0. Tills carriage
Is now worth $"00 In cash, but wo would
exchange It for horses or for vacant prop
erty or for western land. Johnson, Dan
forth Co.. S. W. Cor. 10th and Jones dts.
TAILORS
OKLAHOMA
Ye have 1M.0M acre ef ebol'e land t
select from, ranging In price from $6 t
$40 per acre. '1Mb land Is la the oil an (J
gas district and you might cat an oil well
with your land.
NOWATA LAUD AND LOT CO,
Vulte S4 New York Life Bldg
O. A. LINDQUEST CO.. X PAXTON BLK.
MAX MORRIS, $01 BROWN BLOCK.
BANK STATEMENT
IF you want a home In the great south
west, or If you want to Invest In a good
land proposition, see or write me. 1 have
the goods from town lots lo 10,000-acre
tracts In Oklahoma and Texas. K. L. Foa
ter, 3U Culbertson bldg., Oklahoma City,
Okl.
Oresjoa.
S30 ACRES GOVERNMENT LAND fRKK
Advantages of Oregon, a book of S2
pages, explaining what each of the 34 coun
ties Is best adapted for; also the amount
of government land open to homestead on
a map 21x21, showing all new towns ami
R. R., Including eastern and central Ore
gon and counties in different colors, drawn
down to Jan. 1, 1910; latest map In IT. 8. A.;
also gives homestead laws and cost of get
ting 320 or 160 aores, and a description of
the state of Oregon in general; mailtd for
2flc stamps or coin. Nunnlo & Kuney, 13
Hamilton Bldg., Portland. Ore.
SISTEK
Toung men's fashionable
tailor. 412-1 Paxtoa Bllc
RCFFNER TAILORING CO . JI4 S. 15th St.
vTt aIdoiWI Bd.?.ruB
SKILLED labor commenda high wage
and good craftsmanship justifies It. Bee
J. A. KERVAN, WS-510 Brandela Bldg.
'hXrRYMARTIN. R. 1. U. B. Bank BlttX.
TIRFQWQ Suits. Tuxedos, full dress
UllLOOO ,itgi .lightly used, bought
and sold. Feldman, $1$ N. 17th St. Doug
las 8128. A Z634.
DERBY WOOLEN MILLS
$15 and $18 Suits to Order
103 So. 15th St.
FARM LANDS FOR SALE New south
corn belt, north Louisiana and south Ar
kansas; tracts from 40 to 1,000 acres. . W.
R. Cavett, Shreveport, La.
Mexico.
FOR SALE or trade 10 acres, relinquish
ment, in Estancla valley, Torrance county.
New Mexico; deep soil; good level land;
12 to 15 feet to water; some Improvements;
H miles from wide-awake town: price
$1,000: would take stock. F. Wamock, Hoi-
I den, Mo.
NEAT COTTAGE FINE LO
CATION. :o;i Miami St.. lot 40x130; newly papered;
white maple flooring; large rooms; city
water unit gas; fine cistern; $300 cash:
balance same as rent; see owner, 2017
Mlnml .St. A bargain.
PRAIRIE PARK
Omaha's model
residence dis
trict, built on artistic and harmonious
lines, has .11 brand new houses. Small cash
payment and balance monthly.
PAXTON REAL ESTATE CO.
Uluaatrt.
FINK stock and grain farm of 1,840 acres,
coin, alfalfa, wheat land. In northeastern
Kansas. 110 miles west of St. Joseph, Mo.;
good buildings, abundant, never falling
spring water; near two good railroad
towns; $46 per acre; one-half cash, five
years' time on balance. Frank Stetson,
Victor Bldg., Kanaaa City, Mo.
FINE
NEW
COTTAGE
Just listed for immediate sale,
dandy new modem 5-room cot
tage; large living room, splendid
location; west of Hanscom Park.
See this sure. BIG SNAP.
Price $3,150.
ERNEST SWEET
613 N. Y. L.
Doug. 1472
Choice East Front Lot
in West Farnam district. If taken at once
this lot can be had at a very low price.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite G24 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1909
REAL ESTATE
VA KM AND HA.NC1I LAXIl FOR SALE
Arkansas.
YOI' can't beat this 1M scree good orch
ard land In beauiiful Osarks, near famous
healih resort, for $500; timber on uncleared
land worth twice the amount. B. J. Rose
water. Kureka Springs, Ark.
FOR SALE 240 acres two miles from
good railroad town of 1.000 population; good
schools and churches; 65 acres choice creel:
bottom In cultivation; 2,300 peach treee on
high ground, fu.l of bloom now; good well
and fine running water; a good i-rootn
frame house; land not In cultivation is in
timber pasture; peaches this year should
nearly pay for farm. This will sell on
uglit; price $3,0n0. L. L. 1'orter, Horatio
Ark.
BARGAINS In Arkansas Lands 100 acres
four miles from West'Fork, Ark.; 16 acres
In cultivation; 2-room house; 8 acres In
orchard, bearing; fine location for chicken
and fruit farm: price $4 per acre cash. W.
8. 1'ayton. lUdge, Ark.
' CHEAP LAND.
$12 Per Acre
100 acres, 1 miles southeast ChadwIeV,
Mo.; 33 acres In cultivation; M oan be cultt
v&ied; good spring, old log house and
stahle;"2n fenced; some rocks; good trass
land; fruit land.
$6 Per Acre
200 acres, 4 miles from Branson, Ho.: 5
miles from Gretna, Mo.; (5 acres have been
cultivated, 80 acres can be cultivated; $ sets
for log houses; 2 springs; improvement
poor.
These and other tracts bought at fore
closure sales. If they don't suit you write
me what you want.
W. B. SAN FORD, Springfield, Mo.
IRMEN
$15
T H K OLD
RELIABLE.
Suits to order.
Sioux City and Omaha. Still sticking to
Sioux City, where other Omahana have
failed, bee me t 100 N. 16th St.. opposite
postofflce.
ATTENTION, BUYER AND HOME
SEEKER. Deal dlre.-tly with the man who nwna
the ranch. No commission to Real Estate
Agenta. I have 160 acres of land suitable
ror any Kind ot rruit, two miles rrom boat
lai dlng, on the Columbia, and the railroad
station. Good schools. Twelve miles from
a town of 8.000 people. All fenced; running
water on it; five acres cleared land ready
to plant In trees and balance easily cleared.
Mood house, small barn. The timber on the
balance of the place will pay for the clear
ing. About 5 acres of meadow land; and
it's a snap for the party wanting a good
fruit ranch. Price, $75.00 per acre; part
cash and balance eaav payments. Address
Victor Marden. The Dalles, Ore.
WANTED TO BUY
oath Dakota.
LYMAN county. 8. D., lands, 810 to $
per acre. Write for maps, etc. F. A. Mar
tin, Oacoma, S. D.
BEST prices for furniture and stoves. D.
1556; A-4363. N. Y. Repair Shop, 1117 Dodge.
No. tr.
RETORT OF THE CONDITION
of the
$sjTF,n T 4TES ATIOVL HAM K,
st Omahs. In the state of Nebraska, at
close of business. March 81. 110.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts $ 8.,"20.3SS .V)
Oserdrafts secured
and unsecured 72.41:3.34
t. bonds to secttre
rlrculstlon 4."0000.0
lT. S bonds to secure
I'. S. deposits iso.flnAOfl
Ponds, securities, etc. 723.eno.00
Hankina house 8K).O0n.O0
Due from national
banks tnot reserve
agents) $ 614.M20&
Due from state and
private hanks and
bankers, tmt com-
panles and savings
banks
Due from approved
reserve agents
Checks and other
cash items
Exchanges for clear
ing house
Notes of other na
tional hanks
Fractional paper cur
rency, nickels and
cents
Lawful Money Reserve
In Bank, vlt:
Specie HI. 374 00
Legal tender notes.., SOft.onOoa-- 3.122.t)47..V)
Redemption fund with
1". S. treasurer tR
per cent of circula
tion! a. boo. oo
Due from V. S. treas
urer W.500.90
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
PROPOSALS FOR CAVALRY. ART1L
lery and Saddle Horses: Office of the
Quartermaster. Kansas City. Mo. March
80. 1IM0. Keeled proposals. In triplicate,
will be received at this office until 11
o'clock A. M.. April 30. 110. and then opened
In the presence of attending bidders for
furn shlng W0 Cavalry Horses, I Artil
lery Horses and Saddle Horace for
Mountain Batteries, for delivery at Kansas
Cltv? Mo., or other prominent railroad
points. The United States reserves the
right to accept or reject any or all bids or
anv part thereof. Blank forms end all
Information can be hadli upon application
to this office. Envelopes containing pro
posals to be marked "Proposals for
Horses." and addressed to "t"ptan Klrby
Walker. Quartermaster." A-l-2-4-5 -W-29
21,47.
1.116.142 27
,6!7.74
1S1.S2S.H
20 000 00
SL'5.78
$13.87.T59.J4
MOO.OnftOn
800. 000. 00
100,OM.S5
t50,000fl0
Total
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid In.
SuidIus fund
Undivided profits, less
expenses and taxes
paid
National bank notes
outstanding ,
Due to other national
banks $J.S77,1M.!
Due to state and pri
vate hanks and
bankers 2,422.065.72
Individual deposits
subject to check.... 5,224. We.75
Demand certificates
of deposit 86,S7T!
Time certificate of
deposit . a5 sm an
Certified checks 17 K46 s I
Cashier's checks out
standing 14M61.96
United States deposits 83.328.84
Deposits U. S. dis
bursing officers $6,671. 6-
Reserved for taxes...
CONSTRUCTING QUARTERMASTER'S
office. Fort Des Moines. Iowa. March
24. 1910. Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will
he received here until 8 p. m.. standard
time. April 28. 110. and then opened, for
resurfacing certain macadam roads at Fort
Des Moines, Iowa approximately 44 0X1
square yards Blank forms, plans and speci
fications and full Information obtained at
this office. A deposit of $5 required for
drawings and specifications; depof't will be
refunded on return of drawings here. The
United States reserves the right to reject
or accept all proposals or any part thereof.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
Indorsed "Proposals for resurfacing roads
and addressed Constructing Quartermaster
Fort Des Moines. Iowa. M SO A I 2 i2 23 26
PRINTING Office Ch'ef Quartermaster
Omaha. Nebraska. March 5. 1910 Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, for furnishing such
printing and materials therefor as tnav be
required by Headquarters Department of
the Missouri. Omsha. Nebraska, during the
fiscal year ending June 80, 3911. will be
received here until 10 a. m.. April 6, 1910,
and then opened. Information furnished on
application. Knvclopes containing propo
sls should be endorsed "Proposals for
Printing." and addressed to Ms lor D. E.
McCsrthv, C. Q. M. M 7 8-9 a 1-2-4
RAILWAY TIME CARD
CNIOlf. STATION Teath alasoau
11,617.960 n
10,748.57
QUICK -Second-hand hearse. Must be
fine. Send photograph; give lowest cash
price. Address Y 23S, care Bee.
WANTED A good saddle horse, not over
9 years old, sound and safe; no etumbler;
give description of your horse and w here It
oan be seien. Address K 546, Bee.
Total $13,878,759.34
State of Nebraska. County of Douglas ss:
I, W. E. Rhoadea. cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true to the best ofrny
knowledge and belief.
W. E. RHOADES. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
1st day of April, 1910.
O. H. YATES. Notary Public.
Correct Attest:
A. MILLARD,
C. E. YOST.
THOS. A. FRY.
Directors
SPECIAL bargain in quarter eeotlon of
land. 12 miles north of Kimball, S. D. The
land Is fenced and all first-class, tillable
land. Price, $27.50 per acre. Will carry
$2,500.00 against the land nt 6 per cent. C.
F. Krueger. Kimball, S. D.
Tesae.
TEXAS.
Are you Interested in Texaa? If so. send
10 cents to put you on our mailing list. We
keep you posted on Texas and Texas land
bargains. Texas Information Bureau, Dept.
C, Cameron, Tex.
SOTj'THWEST TEXAS BARQAIN-S40
eras near Taft, finest cotton truck soil;
$.10. 330 acres near Kingsvllle, in proven
artesian belt, fine location; flno clay aoll
well adapted for truck or fruit, $35. These
are bargains. Win. Henerman, Owner,
Odem. Tex.
41 ACRES, near Raytown. high and sight
ly; price, $3f0 per acre. John W. Luttrell,
Independence, Mo.
FOR SALE, at a bargain, 21 acres fine
improved 'arm. for tobaoco, fruit or dairy.
Inquire of M. Madren, Waldron, Mo.
440 ACRES, fine white oak timber; 30
acres In cultivation; log improvement; fin
est of running water; worth $10 per acre,
for quick cash sale, $5 per acre, title per
fect. C. V. Robertson, 313 Boonvllle St.,
Springfield, Mo.
FRUIT AND POULTRY FARMS
In south Missouri, only $10 per acre, with
$20 cash and $10 per month; no interest, no
taxes; 20,000 acrea in 40 acres or more; 75
per cent level; best investment on earth;
send $20 and receive contract for deed.
Gauge Realty Company, Osceola, Mo.
$120 WILL buy 40 acres; $5 down, $5
monthly; good farming and timbered land
In south Missouri; have lands In ten coun
ties; big list. Address W. B. Williams,
Mount Vernon, 111.
FOR SALE $5 down, $a monthly, buys
40 acres good timber land near town. Iron
county, Missouri; price $140; title perfect.
Address R. C. Jarrell, Eldorado Springs,
Ui.
IN MISSOURI.
160 acres, 125 miles southeast of Kansas
City; loo acrea In cultivation, balance timber
and grass; 8-room house, two good barns,
fine water, on public road, mile to school
and church: only $2,200; part cash, balance
vaty; no trade.
GEORGE KUMPF,
C0S-5 Sheldley Bldg., Kansas Clt Mo.
1. F. Thomas, Sales Agent, Warsaw, Mo.
4Caaa4lau
ALBERTA WHEAT LANDS.
For sale, test improved and raw wheat
lards up to 100,0110 acres en bloo In the
best part of Southern Alberta. 813 per acre
up. All inquiries promptly anawered. Hen
derson & Minkler, kl4 First bt.. West, Cal
v.aiy. Alt.
eloraee.
COLORADO LAND FOR SALE
BY OWNER.
Atrut 50.640 acres of good land, mostly
smooth and rolling, fine toll, to be sold In
ene body, 15 to 50 miles east of Denver on
tn Union Paclfio K. R. south of Welkins,
Bennett ana birausburg. This tract lies
does to aboie towns. The land ia all
fenced aim many times cross-fenced. Other
improvements: Houses, barns, anedi, cor
rals, pilvate telephone, etc. Good alfalfa
and bay Und; also springs and other water
ings. Extra good proposition for sub
dividing or colonising. No agents need ap
ply. Buy direct from owner, NOAH CAN.N,
Lo4 tilanarm i'lace, Denver. Colo.
BUY COLORADO FRUIT LANDS Ten
per cent down, balance five years or more;
one crop of apples paya for land; best soil
and water rights; land adjoins town of
Cedaredge, famous Delia county, Colorado;
;tve or ten-acre tracts give you an income
from $3,000 to $o,0UU for life, bend for il
lustrated booklet.
REV. W. II . COLLINS,
88 S. Lincoln Ave., Denver, Cola
HOMES IN SUNNY COLORADO I can
locate ou on a good 8J0-avre homestead,
good water and close to railroad; also a
few fine relinquishments for sale cheap;
Come enapa in deeded land. ti. U. Huston,
uaar City, Cole.
Nebraska.
NINE THOUSAND ACRES
FOR COLONIZATION
The owner will sell 0,000 aores
to a hustler who oan colonize.
Land in Western Nebraska.
Terms easy; prio $10 per acre.
Will sell on contract .with rea
sonable payment down and let
you work yourself out. Address
P. E. McKillip, 704 North 50th
St., Omaha. Telephone Harnev
3767.
1,000 ACRES best orange, fig, alfalfa land,
Houston-Galveston district; 800 cultivated:
$20,000 Improvements; Ideal; only $50,000.
For real snaps. L. Cllpplnger, Houston,
Tex.
10 030-AC RE ranch. Panhandle. Tex., on
R. B,; B0 per ceit farm land; all fine pas
ture; flneiy watered: two Improvements;
all well fenced; siding on ranch; $10 per
aore; mortgage $120,000; will take $150,000
good K. C. Income; this is worth the price,
cash. Southwestern Land Co., Olathe, Kan.
f47asklaartea.
FOR Information ar.d literature on farm
land and irrigated fruit lands Idaho, Ore
gon and Washington call on us. or write
us 333 Neville block. Omaha, Neb. Sher
wood Immigration Co.; J. W. Young, local
manager.
Bf lacellaneons.
ATTENTION. BUYER. AND HOME
SEEKER! We handle all kinds ot farms In Oregon
and Washington; large and small tracts;
true descriptions and prices on application.
Oregon Lends Information Bureau. 06
Board of Trade building, Portland, Ore.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS FOB
i. 6 and 7-room houses. If prices are right
we can sell your property for you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
6ulte 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.
BEST price pivtd for eecond-hand furni
ture, carpets, .lothlrrc and sboea, 'lei
Doug. U7L
I buy, sell and exchange secondhand
goods, Sol. ROSENBERG, 103 S. 14th. D. cS4
BALTIMORE 2d-hand store pays best price
for Id-hand furniture, clothes, etc. D. 42S4.
Eecon'j ha rid clothing, party, afternoon
resses. John Feldman. D 312S. Ind. A-2&IL
GOOD PRICE! for secend-band clothe,
shoes and furniture. aULNER. Dong. 1401
BEST price paid for furniture and stoves.
Tel. D. 1666. A-4363. N. Y. Repair ebop,
1117 Dodge.
BEST PRICES paid tor second-hand fur
niture, carpets, stovea. clothes, shoes. Tel.
D. $831.
NEB. FURNITURE CO. psys best prices
for household gondr. 620 N. lth. Red 3713.
WANTED TO RENT
We Are Getting Numerous Calls
for houses, all sizes. List wTth us.
NOWATA LAND & IXT CO..
24 NT. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1391.
wanted Situations
WANTED Position as meat cutter by
single man experienced and of good habits.
Can furnish best of reference. Address
Nick Madden, Great Bend, Kan.
WANTED By young man. place to work
for board while nttendinj Koylee' coilega
JAPANESE wants position as chauffeur;
competent. Address G 643. Bee.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
WANTED Improved or small Income
property from owner for cash, must be
bargain; give price and location. Address
M 648, Bee.
WANTED to buy 5 or 20 acres, Im
proved or vacant, close In, for cash.
Direct from owner. Address H-544. care
Bee,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONEY TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
$100 tct $10,000 made promptly. T. D. Weae.
Weaa Bldg.. Utb and Farnam.
LO WEST RATEb Bemts. Brandela Bldg.
MORTGAGE INVESTMENTS
Are safe, pay good Interest, cause you no
worry. If you have money to loan, see us,
as we have on hand a number of good
mortgages, bearing 6 per cent Interest. We
have one of $2,400, another of $4,000. one of
$H,600. and one at $S.lti0. These are secured
by good farms In the North Platte valley.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Southeast Corner of 15th and Farnam.
WANTED City loans end warranta W.
farnam Smith Co,. V3U Farnam 6u
45 BUSHELS WHEAT LAND.
$25 PER ACRE.
We own and control 20.000 acres of Chev
enne county, Nebraska's choicest farm
land, now on the market. The heaviest
crop yielding county in Nebraska for ten
years, alfalfa also a leading crop. Ask
for folder and full particulars. Agents
wanted everywhere. Write for our prepo
sition at once. Railroad fares refunded If
things not as represented. Fundtngsland
A Severson, Sidney. Neb.
FARM BARGAIN.
Must be sold on account of owner's
health; well improved SW-acre farm 7'4
miles from town; price, Kit per acre; easy
terms. J. T. Campbell. Litchfield. Neb.
1.ANI) buyers will busy themselves If
they will only ask Leander Clark of Kear
ney, Neb., for farms ha has for sale.
WESTERN REAL ESTATE.
Farm and town property where railroad
right-of-way la bought through. Klnkald
homeateads. Dry land to come under gov
ernment canal. Don't wait. Addreea P. O.
Bex No. 151, Gerlng, Neb.
Ranch iu Nebraska
2 520 acrea, a complete ranch, plenty
water, all good bulldliiKk; owner la making
oig money on cattle, but wishes to move
to the citv In order to get better educa
tional facilities for his children; price
$J0W; cut Into quarter sections; thle land
will soon sell st $5 per acre.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO
Suite 621 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 19M.
500 to tS.OOt on bomee In Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Relate Co.. 1008 N. Y. Life. Douglas
r A lilt
FIVE 1'EK CENT MONET
roan oo
Omaha business property.
THOMAS BRENNAN.
Room l. New York Life Bldg.
LOANS to home owners and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
meets semi-annually.
W. H. THOMAS.
603 First National Bank Bldg.
GARVIN BROS.. $18 N. T.
i24s),v9 on improved (ropertf.'
Life. $60 ta
No delay.
SWAPS
BRICK bldg. Lincoln paying $S.8O0 an
nually; price, $110,000 all clear. Owner will
exchange for clear land priced right. Give
full description first letter. Harry H. Cul
ver. K-$10 N. Y. Llfa
You Want a Farm
the ether fellow wants city property or
stock of goods. We want tne commission.
Send us full description in first letter and
we whl get you a trade.
NOWATA LAND LOT CO .
Suite 24 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1W.
FOR SALE Or trade, one Dempster hy
draulic well machine and one Truees' bor
ing machine, both In good condition. Ad
dress P. O. Boa 6, Blair, Neb.
av-a
n
fi
Rubber Tires
wear longer
andride easier
than others.
They are put
on exclusive
ly by us.
We do wagon
repairing and
paint i ng and
general black
smith work.
WATCH
US GROW
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Johnson-
Danforth Co.,
S. W. Corner
10th and Jones Streets.
Phone Douglas 337
Real estate transfers for April 1.
furnished by the Midland Guarantee
Trust company, bonded abstracters,
Farnam Kt. Tel. Douglas 2866.
A. C. McCague to McCague Invest
ment Co., lot 23, block t. and other
lota, all In Albright's Choice $
C. C. Downs and huaband et al. to
Jennie Patrick, lot 3. block 101,
Dundee Place
The Byron Reed Co. to Hugh D. Foy,
lots 18, 19 and M. block 8, Heed's 6to.
Hugn D. Foy and wife to Grace S.
Montgomery, same
P. N. Nelson and husband to M. Rip
pel, lot 7, block 4. Cottage fark
A. L. Heed and wife to Chicago, Bur
lington & yulncy R. R. co., part lot
3, block , city
A. L. Reed and wife to same
A. j. Reed and wife to same, lots 1,
2, 3 and 4, block 122, and other land,
city
Julius A. Perkins et al., trustees, to
Marie R. Johnson and huaband
H. HI. Jordan and wife to Chicago,
Burlington A Qulncy R. K. Co., part
lot 6, block 126, and other land, city
D. Macreld to '1 homes F. Lee, s33 ft.
of wi lot . block 128. c:ty
E. M. Shahan to Chicago, Burlington
A Qulncy R. K. Co., lot 2, block 221,
city
Elisabeth M. Mhahan to same, lot 4
and psrt of lot 8, block 221, city
E. M. Shahan to Chicago, Burlington
A Qulncy R. R. Co., lots 7 and 8,
block 223, city
Same to same. Lots 7 and 8, block 222,
city
F. H. Blake and wife to E. M. Sha
han, lots 7 and 8, block 222, city
T. V. Lee to Chicago, Burlington A
Qulncy R. R. Co., sd3 ft. of w Vs of
lot 6, block 12."), city
C. M. Cobb and husband to Josephine
V. Fink, lot 6, block 4, Eckerman
Dace
Rosa Baler and husband to J. G.
Fink, e!4 of lot 6, blocn 4. Ecker
man Plac?
E. F. Bralley, sheriff, to William G.
Ure. lot 14. block 9, L. V. Kmith's
add
William G. Ure to the McCague In
vestment Co., same
M T. Doran and husband to L. B.
Scott, lot 4, block 33, Kountse t'lace
F. M. Penney and wife to Alfred
Thomas, part of tax lot 12, 21-15-13. .
Anton Vldlak and wife to John Vid
lak, lot 8. block 3, Arbor Place
A. f. Rasp to Trona Groves, lot 15,
block 1, Curtis at Stones aad
John Vldlak, Jr., to John Vldlak, lot 3,
block 3, Arbor Place
H. B. Smith and wife to Elmer Auker
man, lots 17 and 18. 1 Mnttiin Place..
F. W. Van Busklrk and wife to Al
bert F. Rasp, lot 15, block 1, Curtis
A Stone's add
A. Frankle to K. V. Wahl, n33 ft. of
lot 10, block 8, McCormlck's add....
E. M. Slater and wife to C. C. Lander
you, S20 it. of lot 8 and nltf ft. of
block 10, Crelghton's 1st add
Meyer Tatele and wife to Charles H.
W. BauermelHter and Louis J. Pas
cal, e81 ft. of tax lot 23, nw1 of swV,
22-15-13
John Sheahan and wife to Frank .1.
Flxa and Frances M. Kixa, nVj of
tt'H of lot 25, Kountze's 2d add
Creigh Sons Co. to Slegfleld Wadum
and Edna Wadum, w2 8-12 ft. of lot
11 and eS 4-12 ft. of lot 12, block '..
Bedford Place
Edwin F. Bralley, sheriff, to Sarah
Morgan, lot 8, block 7, Hitchcock's
1st add
M. Hoover to J. H. De Long, S2 ft. of
lot 2 and n68 ft. of lot 3, block 24,
West Omaha
James Daly and wife lo Mathpw
Gahlon, lot 6, block 1, West Side
H. G. Jordan and wife to Cnlcago,
Burlington A Qulncy R. R. Co., lot
6, block 125, city
George H. Payne and wife to H. B.
Boyles. lot 1 and e7 ft. of lot 2, block
1, Avondale Park
Same to same, w23 ft. of lot and elO
ft. of lot 3. block 1, Avondale Park..
Jacob Katelman and wife to Byron
A. Simpson, w82 ft. of e64i4 ft. of
slOO ft. of lot 4, Johnson's add
Brattleborg Savings bank to Peter
Bloom, lots 8 and 7, block 11, Popple
ton Park
It B. Zimman and William F. Girke
and wife to Lillian P. Eddy, sS4 of
lot 7, Orlffln & Isaac's add
A. F. Rasp to J. W. Rasp, r8S.825 ft.
of n1 of 2fit)4 ft. of lot 6i, Gels' add.
F. H. Pierce and wife to C. L. Ander
son and wife, w35 ft. of lots 1 and 2.
block "I." Shlnn's add
M. C. Cuming and husband to Harry
G. Jordan, lot 6, block 125. city
A. J. Partridge to Harry G. Jordan.
'n1 of v.M ft. of lot 6. block 125. rltv
1510,
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600
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2 0
270
1
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100
375
1
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376
8,000
2,660
13.6S4
1,930
too
400
2,350
10
1
1
4.5O0
1
3,160
1
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2
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Ban Fran. Ov'rl'd Ltd. t 16 a. iln.
Chi. A Jap. F at Mail. 4:10 p. to.
Atlantic Express
Oregon Express 4 00 p. m.
Oregon-Wash. Ltd 18:40 p.m.
Denver Bpeclai 6 47 a. m.
Colorado Special 11:4$ p. m.
(olorado Expreas 1:60 p. in.
North Plate Local 815a.ro
Orand Island Local.... :2 p. in.
Lincoln-Beat. Local... 13:41 p. ta.
Val. A Ceo. City lx:l ..11:41 p. m.
A Tactile
Arrive.
11:30 p. m.
1:4a p. m.
:4f a. tn.
t:M p. m.
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a t:47 pm
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a 3 45 pm
a 7:45 am
a 7:45 am
bU:8 am
Chicago, neesv litaue
BAST.
Rocky Mountain Lie. ...a 1:40 am
Iowa Local
Chicago Day Express, .a 8:68 am
Des Moines Locai a 4:00 pm
Iowa Local bl8:3!t mob
Chicago-Eastern Exp. ..a 4-40 pm
Chicago-Nebraska Ltd a 6:08 pm
WEST.
Chicago-Nebraska Ltd.
for Lincoln a 8:25 am
Colo, and Cal. Exp a 1:25 pta
Okie, and Texas Exp. ..a 3. SO pm
Hocmv Mountain Ltdr:..al0:4G pm
Illinois Central
Leave. Chicago Express a 7:00 am
Chicago Limited a 0 00 pm
Mtnn.-:it. Paul Exp b 7.'-0 am
Minn. -St. Paul Ltd a 6:00 pm
O nahi-Ft Dodge Loc.b 4:16 pm
CiSlcage Jt nerlanemtra .
EASTDOUND.
Omaha Express a 1:00 am alI:3S am
Chicago Local alZ.W pro a 3:88 pro
Colorado-Chicago a 6.30 pm a 8:28 pm
Chicago Special a 6:00 pm a 7:65 era
Pacific Coast-Chicago.. .a 4.0o pm a 1:28 pm
Lot Angelea Limited. ...a 1 :lu pm all:20 pm
Overland Limited all. 45 pm a 7:46 am
Denver Special .,ali:40 am a 6:31 aiu
I'arroil Local a 4:30 pm a 8:66 am
cast Mail a 3:35 pru
NORTHBOUND.
Twin City Express a 7:60 am a)0:20 pm
6loux City Local a 3:46 prn a 3:28 p.d
Mlnu. A Dakota Exp. ..a 7:00 pm a :16 am
Twin City Limited a 8:00 pm a 7:30 aia
WEai'BOCND.
Llccoln-Chadron a 7:50 am all 00 am
Norfolk-Bonatell a 7:50 am e 10:45 pm
Long Pine-So. Platte. ..b 2:16 pm 6 20 pm
Hastings-superior b 2:le pm b 6:20 pm
Deadwood-liot Spcs a 8:5 piu a 6:20 pm
Casper-Lander a t-H pm all:0t) 4m
Fremont-Albion r...b i.W pm 0 1:35 pm
Hlaaesrl raciiie
IC. C. and St. L. Ex.,
V r mnA fi T . IT
(lv Eat. 12 p. m a11:15 pm a 6:30 pm
CblcaBYU. llilnaskn at St. Paal .
Leave Arrlv
lOvtrland Limited all:43 om a 8:00 am
'Omaha-Cbicngo Exp. ...a 7:15 am a 9:30 am
Colorado Hpeciai a 7:t( am all:? pm
Colo. -California Exp a 6:00 piu a j:25 pm
Perry-Omaha Local b 6:15 pm bll:06 pm
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Volume of Trade Large and Making
Steady Gaim.
LAfeoit SITUATION A ' FACTOR
a 8:40 am a 1:3 am
....a 6:08 pm
....a 8:3u pm
....a 8.00 am
Chlcaae Great Western-
Chicago Limited
Twin City Limited.
Chicago Express....
Twin City Express.
Wabaia
Omaha-SL Ixmla Exp.. a 6:30 pm
Mail and Express a 7:80 am
ci.nh.iTV Local ifiom
Council Bluffs) b 5:00 pm bl0;15 am
niJRLIJTO! ITXTIOfl Tent
Uasua.
a '8:00 am
a s:t pio
a t:uu pm
a 8:24 am
alias pa
Barllagtoa
Denver and California.
Puget Sound Express..
Nebraska points
Black Hills
Northwest Express
Nebraska points
Lincoln Mall
Nebraska Express.
Lincoln Locsl
Lincoln Local
Bchuyler-Plattsmouth .
Plattsmoitth-Iowa
Bellevue-Plattsmouth .
Colorado Limited
Chicago Special
Chicago ?'";;
Chicago East Expiesa..
Iowa Local..... ........ ...
Creston-Iowa Local....
St. Louis Express.......
K C. and St. Joseph...
K C. and 8t. Joseph...
H- c. A St. Joseph
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.a 4:10 pm
a 4:;0 pm
.a 6:20 arc
.a 4:10 pm
.all . 2:. pm
,a 8 20 am
b 1.20 pm
.a 8:15 am
.a 7:25 pm
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.a 6:30 pm
.a 9:15 am
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a 3:45 pm
a 6:10 pra
a 6:10 pm
a 6:10 pm
a 7:00 am
a 6:10 pm
a 12:15 pm
a 6:10 pm
b 9:03 am
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San Francisco
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Omaha
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Detroit
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Seattle
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Milwaukee
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Syracuse
Augusta. Ga
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Springfield, Mass.
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C klahonia City
Jacksonville. Fla..
Portlrnd. Me
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Little Rock
Knoxvllle
Wheeling, W.
Charleston. S.
Chattanooga
Lincoln, Neb
Wilmington. Del..
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Topika
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Sacramento
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Rockford. Ill
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j GOVERNMENT NOTICES
i HATSHED WAR DEPA RTMKN'T, OF-
flee of the Constructing Quartermaater,
Fort Crook, Nebraska. March It. 1910.
Healed proposals. In triplicate, will be re
ceived at thla office until U a. m., April 4,
1910, and then publicly opened, for the
construction of one Hayehed at Fort Crook,
Nebraska. Certified check or surety com
pany's guarantee for 10 per cent of bid
must accompany each proposal. Proposals
must be made on the forma to be obtained
at this office. Plans and specifications may
be seen by Intending bidders at the office
of the Chief Quartermaater. Department of
the Missouri. Omaha. Nebraska, and at
this office. Necessary blank forms and full
Information furnished upon application
here. The United States reserves the right
to reject any or all bids. Envelopes con
taining proposals must be Indorsed "Pro
posals for Hayshed. Fort Crook, Nebraeka."
and addressed to First Lieutenant G. H.
Whits. Conatructing Quartermaster.
M14-16-16-17-A1-3
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JOHNSON CO., Wait Ktnrlo St. Cbkaio,
OR TO LOCAL AGENTS
(From Chicsgo Inter-Ocean)
Lake City Census F.n nmera t ore.
LAKE CITY, la., April 1. (Speiial.)
The following census enumerators have
been appointed to take the census In this
county:
Butler township, John Relners; Calhoun
sna Jackson, D. D. Hammond: Cedar.
Henry Crowder: Center. A W. F.Iibaugli ;
Kim Grove. Alta Delong; Lake city town
ship and town. Kalph Hutchison; Lake
Creek. Laura Hamilton: Lincoln, M. J.
Hogobooni; Manaon. Harry Hdirader;
Heading. C. A. Pates: ' Sherman, Mrs. N,
V. Lockle; Twin Lakes, John Kriek: Hock
well Citv, Ira Dougherty: I'nlou. Wilbur
Safely; Williams, o. A. Mullen, Jr.
Guy Rankin of Fort Dodge, supervisor
of the census for this dlstrlrt, reports
that no one' has yet applied to take the
census in Garfield township.
tNot included in totals because containing
other Items than clearings.
Not Included In totals because compari
sons are incomplete.
BRA DSTIt I5KT8' BKVIKW OF TR ATf!
Retail Trade Better, Bat Jobbing? Not
Ho flood m Year A no.
NKW CORK, April 1 Bradstreet's to
morrow will say:
Trade reports are rather more Irregular,
with distribution rather less active than
In the preceding two weeks. Ketsll trad
so far has been better than a year ago.
but from many centers reports are of th
volume of Jobbing trade not being up to
expectations, for which high prices and In
dustrial unrest are assigned as reasons.
In the Industries diverse movement are
shown. Pending settlement of wages, sev
eral hundred thousand coal miners are re
ported stopping work. In the cotton goods
trade the curtailment movement has made
further progress.
Recent reductions of prices by Jobbers
have brought out varying responses. The
northern cotton mill curtailment Is con
siderable, though leRS marked than the
southern, because of different goods pro
duced, (in the other hand, a favorable de
velopment so far as purchasing power U
concerned Is the granting of higher wages
to 300 0(i0 railroad emplojes.
Business failures for the week ending
with March 31 In the Cnited Mtatea were
2M!i. against 231 Inst week. 204 In the like
week of 19(0. 247 In 190 137 In 1W7 and 161
In 1M06.
Wheat. Including flour, exports from the
Cnited States and Canada for the week
ending Match 31 aggregate 1.744.275 husheja.
aralnst 1.6.18.678 bushels last week and 1.413..
5H:t this week last yesr. For the thirty-nine
werks ending March 81 exports are 115.2CiS.374
bushels, against 145.514 455 bushels In the
corresponding period last yesr.
Corn exports for the week are 1,068.351
bushels, against 881.675 bushels laat week
and 1.102.244 bushels In 1909. For the thirty
nine weeks ending Msrrh 31 coin exports
are 22,734.852 bushels, against 24 822 Ots)
bushels last year.
dominations by I'rrsldeat.
WAHHINOTON. April l.-Nomlnallone
sent to the sennie late today by the nresi.
dent Included the following: V
Receive- of r.i-b"c moneys, John It Du
ne n. Springfield. Mo.
To be postmaster Bt Burlington, la., Wil
liam W. Copeliaiid.
Tfo Killed laj Htrerl Uael.
HERRIN, III., April 1 -In a duel In the
streeta here laat night. Special Office!
Robert Hilton was killed by Otis Kearney,
who died later. Kearney resisted a nest.
When you warn what you want when
you want it, say so through The Bee Waal
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Notices nf Waste Advances la Maay
l.lnea rromlae Better Kntare
Favorable Reporte Com freim
the Flelshed Trades.
NKW TORT, April 1 - It. O. Dun Co.
eekly review of trade tomorrow will say.
While the trsde development is Irregular,
revealing diversified conditions In different
sections of the country, the volume, as a
whole, is so large and makes such steadv
gains over last yesr, that there can be no
question as to Its substantial character.
The labor situation Is much leee acute
and notices of wage advances by railroad'
and leading Industries promise much f 'f
the future. The Influence of previous un
certainties was mostly fe In the specu
lative markets.
In the finished branches of Iron and steel
predictions are made that shipments In
March will exceed the best previous rec
ords. New business comes forward In well
sustained volume and the fact that prices
remain stationary Is attributed to the
largely Increased capacity of the mills.
Kxport business In the rails has been a
feuture. recent sales for shipments abroad
aggregating no less than TO.OUO tons. Con
ditions In pig iron remain very much mixed
with a further sagging of prices in ait
dltectlons.
REPORT OF THE CI. K A RING HOI SK
Transactions nf the Associated Banks
foe? the Week.
NEW TORK, April 1. Bradstreet's bank
clearings report for the week ended March
31 shows an aggregate of 82 850.4lo.00i'. as
against 3.lM).58.t,(iO0 last week and W.787,
4M1,0ik) In the corresponding week lust year.
Following is a list of the cities:
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