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VIRM AM) MAM II I.AMJ FOR S4I.E
FOH 8ALE160 terra nine miles from
Morrison, 12 acres under cultivation, over
100 acres of timber and 40 of pasture, price
Includes lifvy crop of growing rye, Im
plements, 300 bushels 'oio. 97 seed nam.
1) bushels fed, rye, cattle, 8-room huuv,
burns, granary, etc ; price $3,700, or will
II land at $12 50 per acre. B. F. Butler,
Mt. Morrison, Colo
18. mo acres In Weld county, near U. P
It. R. and a short distance from the pres
ent Irrigated district; no mineral reserva
tion ar other restriction; the best proposi
tion on the mnrket for colonltatlon; can
lie retailed at h big profit, very low price
and essy termw. A. W. Harbour, 623 17th
tit., Denver, Colo.
I HAVE section of fine land In Cheyenne
rounty, price $12 an acre; water In 16 feet.
If you want a bargain, write C. Andrews,
box 68, Wild Horse, Colo.
BEST orchard and farm land In Arkan
sas valley close to railroad and market for
$15 per acre caah. Water rights for same
at $76 per acre In twenty equal annual pay
ments. This land Is going fast and will
1otihle Its value in a very short time.
Write W. R. Stover, care of Elks' club,
A COLORADO IRKIGATTOX
That will double In value In a few months.
You may Invest $40 up to not exceeding
$20,010; 125 bankers., lawyers, farmers and
Investors Interested now. They will rec
ommend It to you. We do all the worlr.
, No trouble to you. Made $100 ') f.ir stock
holders last year on $.11,000 Investment.
Send amount you want to Invest and take
1 1 days lo Investigate. Every cent re
funded on demand If not satisfied. Infer
ences: Dun. Bradstreet. I'nlted States
National Bank, Denver; lnternatlonnl
Trust Co., Denver. Wm. Hlerkamp, Jr., 210
Ideal Blilg., Denver, Colo.
' FLORIDA LANDS CHEAP
Would you Invest In a f. 10, 20 or 40-nere
fruit, vegetable, poultry, pecan or truck
farm In Florida's best agricultural district.
If you could get It for $7.60 per acre under
market price? We are Just opening new
tract In Columbia county, and while con
structing the campaign will sell a few
tracts on cash or easy paymnnta of $5 per
month. We have Jtmt Issued a beautiful
20-pagn book, showing pictures of fields and
dwelling In our locality, all In artistic col
ors. We will mall you this book free and
send you such other advertising matter as
will give you a good Idea of our proposition
Our Innd Is convenient to three railroads
and we have I .tike City, a modern county
eent of 6.000 people, In our midst. Teopla
who know Florida consider our tract one
of the very best. It Is Indorsed by bankers,
congressmen, farmers and the Board of
Trade. Trice, very low; easy buying plan;
write for maps and book giving truthful de
scription. Columbia-Florida Land Co., 419
Times Uldg., St. Louts, Mo.
WE CAN POINT the way to success In
Southern Idaho to you. We can show you
bow to double your money In a little while.
There are 240.000 acres on this tract; enough
for everybody. There Is room for you If
you come right now. Write to us; we will
rend a picture book; a beautiful book free
This Free Book Tells How
This book has a most exquisite art cover;
filled with pictures fit to frame; and the
Information In it has been examined with
tare. You can aurely use this book to
HILL & TAYLOR,
Twin Falls,, Idaho
FOR SALE SO acres fine land, plenty
water, 6-room house, large barn, all kinds
or outbuildings, apple orchard, small fruit,
p,000, half down balance to suit purchaser.
Near Westminister. Box 6, Westminster,
1,300 RICHEST corn acres on earth; lays
fierfect; finely Improved; twelve miles
loni Des Moines; 100 bushels per acre every
year, $126 per acre. Terms. J. F. Snoke,
J.)es Moines, Iowa.
OPPORTUNITY for a life stake; 18,000
acres rich alfalfa land In compact body;
no waste; mostly shallow water, 6 to 20 feel;
Includes towtiBite with county seat and
railroad; easy terms; 40 years time on bulk;
privilege of pre-payment or subdivision.
Fortune In this and easy to handle. 11. M.
King, Marlon, Kan.
100 ACRES valley land, all cultivated;
Will raise anything; 3 miles from live town;
T miles from county seat; all kinds of
fruit; It. F. It, and telephone; 9-room house,
with free gas for heat and lights; $100 per
year gas rental; cistern; 3 wells; barn;
carriage and tool houses; 2 poultry houses
and yards; $66 per acre; $3,000 can be carried
at 6 per cent. Address owner, Frank Lar
kln, Altouna. Kan.
$900 TAKF.6 equity In good productive
SO-acre farm, with 3-room house, fine barn,
20x40; good water; 60 acres under cultiva
tion, balance rough timber pasture; this la
a snap; mortgage Sl.tiOO. J. W. ilronston &
on, Uarnett, Kan. ,
ttHREE BARGAINS 480 acre. 4 miles
from Kavenna. Finney county; price only
12.400; will divide. And &0 acres, 2 miles
from Ravenne and $160 acres in Ellsworth
county; all three are good farm land; good
terms. John Herman, Kllsworth, Kan.
BARGAIN 150 acrea In Central Texas, nil
but 16 acres level black soli, verv rich. DO
acres In cultivation, everlasting water, 40
acres nei over ; on public road. 3H
muea 10 gooa mat set, close to good school.
good neighbors, 2,100 feet elevation: tlrv,
warm atmosphere: got well of asthma in
about two years; fine for throat and lung
irouui; many cnurcnes. 121 ureen ot. N.,
vt iciuiik jvauisaa
FOUR f'ne 6-acre tracts. Joining Bonner
fprlngs, and 160 acres good stock farm, H
mile from rock road. 15 miles from Kansas
City; $60 per acre. Phllo M. Clarke, Bonner
FOR SALE Vermillion Lake, north of
Puluth, elegant W-acre site on shore at
Joyce's Landing, west end of lake. Rail
road station five miles; a snap. Louis M.
Osborn, Virginia, Minn.
OZARK FARM HOME.
Let me know Juat what you want; will
look It up tor you and get you bottom
CHARLES F. ELMER, THAYER, MO.
CLAY COUNTY FARMS, near Liberty"
Mo. 60 acres, $40; li acres, 5; 40 acres,
$;j, 161 acres. $u; 140 acres, $36; 40 acres,
$67; 446 acres, tt. Frailer & McCoy,
SOUTH suburban acres for Investments.
Ws offer some extra good things out south
this week; 14 seres near Waldo, 5.00; 32
acres, Dodson, 7-room bouse, barn, poultry
houses, along three railroads, valuable
switch and garden land, $).0o0: 15 acres, 1
on Dodson electric, fine building tract,
forest trees, at station, J15.OJ0; :::;o acres.
21 miles south city limits, very choictt for
platting. $300 an acre; l(W-irr frm.
Wornall road. $16,000 ; 2 acre, nouse and
barn, $1,660 ; 26 cheaper furms; al.-o 6 and
10-acre tracts, on payments; anything you
want In suburban at lowest prices. r us
before buying. South Suburban Land Co.,
Martin City, Mo.
Siavtj ACRES, 47 In river botton, that pays
Interest on M) per acre; M) acres upland
In cultivation; lu) In pasture, balunce Um
ber; 3 seta improvements: school and church
11 farm; public road; It. F, D. $15 per
acre; worth mors. Ulankenshlp & Ross,
136 per acre buys a well Improved farm
of 616 acre In Texas county. Missouri, ten
miles east of Cabool; Just us good aa nnv
1100 land In Nebraska; might lake half In
unimproved or cheap Improved land In Ne
braska or Kanoaa. Lathrop & Tobln, 4 Jl
0-ACRE farm at only $1,100 on $200 down,
four mlhs from county seal In Polk
county. Wis., only 66 miles from twin cities.
Write at once to C. L., Lock Box "A," St.
CruU Falls, Wis.
"' REAL ESTATE
FA KM AMJ HAX.M t.ANI) FOIl SALE
WESTERN REAL ESTATE.
Farm ana lown property where railroad
right-of-way is bougnt ihruugn. Ktnkaid
bun.eaivads. Dry laud to come unor go,
trouienl canai. Don I watt. Address P. U.
box ru. tel. Uerlijg, titty.
FOR SALE WO-acre farm, well Improved,
near county scat of Thurston county, Ne
braska. Address Box S, Vender, Neb.
FORTY - FIVE-HUSH EL WHEAT LAND.
!?i I'KK ACRK.
We own and control 20.000 sres of Chey
enne county, Neoraska s. ' choicest farm
land now on the market; the heaviest crop
yielding county In Nebraska for ten years;
ulfalfa also a lending crop; ask for folders
and full particulars; agents wanted every
whet; write for our proposition at once;
railroad fares refunded If things not as
lepresented. Fundingslar.d At Soverson,
Hillcrest, 100 acres, $5,200; cash rent
Midway, su acres, beautiful home, $400
Ann Grove, 320 acres, 11,200. Easy terms.
J. T. CAMPBKLU
14-ACHE tract, containing lake covering
three acres; lake lias black bass, sunfish,
catfish In same; with 11-room house, hard
J I mi finish downstairs, cellar underneath
large enough for furnace; this property
can be platted and cut up into 14 full lota
with east front, 10 with west fronts, 10 with
south fronts, providing It Is made an addi
tion to the city; lots 60 feet wide by 60
f.f t deep; price If taken soon, $3,600 cash.
Address C. L. I., Box 157, Seneca, Neb.
A UARGA1N IN GOOD UNIMPROVED
I have flvo quarters of good unim
proved grass land in north central Ne
braska. Will sell either one or all on
a busts of $1,000.00 per quarter.
Terms, 15 per cent cash and 25 per
cent sixty days; balance, three years;
Interest, 6 per cent. Write Y 328,
FOR SALK Ranch In northwest Ne
braska; a great bargain. Phil Stimmcl, 300
DeUraw Uldg., Kansas City, Mo.
FARM LANDS IN NEW MEXICO Im
proved and unimproved farm and orchard
lands, with water for Irrigation, in beet
part of New Mexico; large or small tracts
to suit purchaser at very low prices; mar
kets are the best and lands very produc
tive; splendid opporunltles for industrious
colonics,; we have large tracts of land for
farming and stock raising at prices from
$2 to ii per acre; a splendid climate,
healthy and invigorating. Write for full
Information to Geddis, Moffett & Co.,
Santa Fc, N. M.
$10,000 BUYS 40 acres of fine oil land In
the Cody's Bluff oil field, near Nawaha,
Ok). This property has six wells on It In
operation now; title clear. If you want a
safe Investment and a good Income for life,
now is your time. Write the Stllwell
Land Co., Stllwell, Okl.
100 ACRES In cultivation; 40 acres pas
ture; 3-1 oom house; stable; granary; well
with good water; windmill! good soli; 3
milea of Hunter; $0,600; $1,600 down, time on
balance. Bargains In farms and school
leases; circulars free. A. J. llasklnc, Hun
FOR SALE SO-acre addition to Henry
etta, Okl., cheap. Hcnryetta Is on the
main line of 'Frisco and Missouri, Okla
homa & Gulf railroads; 17 coal mines,
operating with monthly payroll of 185,000.
Unlimited aupply of natural gas at 3 cents
per 1,000 for manufacturing purposes. New
oil fields now being opened up. The beat
of farming land and plenty of oak timber.
This must be sold quick, as option runs
out and price will be raised.' Address
Henryeita Investment Co., Henrietta, Okl.
TALK ABOUT YOUR SNAPS!
Here ia one that haa got them all faded;
ICO acres of prairie land two miles from
Troy, Urant county. South Dakota. This
la rolling land, but the best of soil. It la
worth $4,000, but for a short time I offor
It for $2,M0, $MK) cash and the balance in
five years at 8 per cent. If you want a
snap, get out to see this quick. Addresa
Thomas It, Stevens, Troy, S. D.
SOUTH DAKOTA LAND The rush Is on
for Stanley countv lamli aevnral new lines
of railroad now bu.ldlng in this county.
ouy now ana double your money in the
next two years. Choice lauds selling at
from $12 to $18 per acre. For maps and in
formation write to Felland K<y Co.. 6.1
Palace Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
FOR SALE By owner, 1G0 acres unim
proved land, 2 miles from town. For price
ami terms write J. II. Quirk, Hlghmore,
SOUTH DAKOTA LAND.
A fine half section for sale at moderate
price. Wm. C. Notmeyer, Pierre, S. D.
VACANT school land yet on the plains of
Texas for settlers: good land, good water.
In a country that raises corn and hogs;
fees $26 a section, half down, balance when
settler Is on land. Address T. v. Hague,
COME to Edna, county seat of Jackson
county, the best coast country In Texas;
excellent deep, rich soil; fine water; Uea:tny
climate; good schools and fine oeooie:
abundance of ramlall; plenty ot timber; no
cactus; no marsh; the buy will pay for the
land after the first payment is made. 2.000
acres of hog wallow land; 1,873 acres black.
smooth prairie; u acres, 32U acres, nl
acres. 640 acres, but) acres, 2,670 acres; all
fine pruirle; high and well drained; al
falfa, corn and cotton; land from $22.50 to
$.to per acre for the cream; 6 years' time at
6 per cent; one-fourth cash. For maps
and full Information address, Scott &
pierce. Junction City, Kan.; iiidna, Tex., or
201 HlckB Bldg., San Antonio, Tex.
BUY TEXAS LAND DIRECT FROM
OWNFK. COOL SUMM Kits, WARM
WINTERS, GULF BREEZES.
Will sell you ua fine b'rek land as there
Is In Illinois and more productive for $23
per acre, unimproved, In Jackson county,
No agent's commissions, no red tape, buy
ycur own ticket, come direct, buy direct
and save Intermediate men's commissions.
Tracts in sizes and terms to suit pur
chaser. S. G. DRUSHEL. ECna, Texas.
BARGAIN-8.000 acrfs Black Valley land
In the rain belt near Uvalde. From the
owner for $12 per acre. Addrtes C. O.
Bvrd. Uvalde, Texas.
FOR SALE Eighty-acre, improved, farm;
three miles from Eagle Lake; $40 per acre;
35 acres ready for harvesting of truck
crop. Other choice bargains. J. Pehoushek,
Eagle Lake, Texas.
TEXAS RANCHES FOR TRADE.
ICOOO-acie lai.ch in Nacogdoches county;
90 per cent tillable; price per acre, $10.
40,000-acre ranch in Val Verde county;
fine stock ranch; price per acre, $5.
6,400-acre ranch in Roberts county; this
Is one of the finest email ranch proposi
tions in Texas; land sellng around it at $20
per acre; price per acre, $12.60.
10.000-acre ranch at bargain at $33 per
4 000 acres In Dimmit county; price per
All the above properties are to exchange
for rental property. Farms and ranches of
a I kinds in Texas and Oklahoma to trade
for income properties or stock of merchan
dise. J. t. cody, Oklahoma City, Okl.
FOR SALE OR KXCHANOE-Flne Cen
tral Texas farm. Andrew Miller, R. R. 6,
$250 DOWN takes so acres of fine hard
maple land; 10 acra chopped off; good rlav
soil, fine spring, set of log buildings and
Iota of coidwood; 4 miles to good railroad
lown In Polk county, Wis. Price, $1,M0, on
cry liberal terms. Address Owner, O. C,
Lock Box A. St. Croix Falls. Wis.
WHY REMAIN where the climatic con
ditions are so much against you, when you
can purchase the richest land, at lowest
pricen. in the county of Manntee? A ten-
ucre farm here will net as much aa 100
acres in the north. Delightful climate, no
drouths, convenient markets. abundant
labor, good schools. Goods shlpied from
Jhis cou;ity are sold at highest prices In
northern markets. Kstabllso a fruit and
vegetable furm here and become indepen
dent. Write for booklet. J. W. White, gen
eral Industrial agent. S. A. L. Hallway,
FARM AMI H A f II I. A Ml FOR HAI.K
CHEAP FAItM LANDS
In western Nebraska and Colorado. Write
NEBRASKA LA:D COMPANY.
do you want to pell part ok
Write a description of It. buildings,
water, near what ton. Make 70 words of
It all and send it to The Omaha Bee with
72 cents for each Insertion. People In Ne
braska have money and want land. They
look to The Omaha Bee for real estate of
ferings And they get them In The Hee.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
GARVIN BROS.. Sd floor N. Y. Life. $.)
to $100,000 on Improved property. No delay.
WANTED City loans and warrant. W.
Farnam SmlOi & Co., 1220 Farnam 81
$600 to $6,000 on homes la Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Kstata Co.. 1001 N. Y. Life. lougla
a t per cent are safe and sure. We have
some good ones on the best of Nebraska
' PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
8. E. Cor. 16th and Farnam, Omaha.
WANTED City loam. Peters Trust Co.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead BlUg.. 18th and Farnam.
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha business property.
THOMAS H REN NAN,
Room 1. New York Life Bidg.
LOANS to noms owners and home build
era, with privilege of aklng partial pay.
W. H. THOMAS.
MS First National Bank Bldg.
MONEY. TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
LOWEST RATES Bemis. Brandels Bldg.
always on hand and ' for sale
amounts from 300 to $3,000.
BENSON & MYERS,
412 N. Y. Life Bldg;.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
I, C and '-room bouses. It prlcea are right
wa can sell your property for you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO,
Suit 624 N. Y. Life Bldg.
PARTIES wishing to buy or trade for
large tracts of dry, Improved or unim
proved land, irrigated, improved or unim
proved land, lands where rehervoir sites
can bo developed and the land put under
a good ditch" that will furnish an abund-
ai.ee of water, correspond with A. C.
White, Fort Morgan, Colo.
BUSINESS corner lot on 16th St. clear
and some caah to trade for house and
large grounds. Don't care how far out,
but must be close to car.
lf6 acres highly improved, all In culti
vation. $100 per acre Clear; trade for in
come property and assume reasonable
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO..
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bid-. Red 1999.
WHAT have you got to trade for Colo
rado irrigated lands under good reservoir
and ditch? A. C. White, Fort Morgan, Colo.
A slightly used Chalmers-Detroit 6-pas-senger
touring car, fully equipped with top,
wind shield, speedometer, large lamps, etc.
Will exchange for only Omaha property.
Address E 622, care Bee.
You Want a farm
the other fellow wants city property or
stock of goods. We want to commission.
Bend us full description In Hist letter aal
we will get you a trade.
NOWATA LAND A LOT CO..
Suite 824 N. Y. Ufa bids. Red INS.
I HAVE several fine pieces of land that
I want to trade for merchandise stocks of
goods. A. C. White, Fort Morgan, Colo.
CLEAR lot $800 and $2,000 cash for good
rental property In Omaha.
NOWATA LAND ot LOT CO.,
Suite 24 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1999.
CLOSE!) carriage or street back, landau
let atyle, but lltlo used, made by Cunning
ham and sold new for $1,000. This carriage
Is now worth $GO0 In caah, but we would
exchange It for norses or for vacant prop
erty or for western land. Johnson, Dan
forth Co., 8. W. Cor. 10th and Jonea St a.
I HAVE some new hardware stocks;
never been placed on shelves, ranging In
price from $1,600 to $6,000.00; also stocks of
groceries, queensware, etc., ranging in
price from $1,000.00 to $6,000.00. What have
you to trade?
Call on or address R. D. Lloyd at 318 West
7th St., York, Nebraska.
700 ACRES rich valley land, seven miles
aouth of St. Joseph, Mo.; 200 acres In fall
wheat; no better prospect In the state; 100
acres for corn, balance choice timber and
PBSturo land; tenant improvements; price
W.090; mortgage, $20,000. three years at 6
per cent. J. R. Adklns, First Nat'l Bnnk
uiag., uouncu esiurts, la.
. " .. .'ri.i " ie w
building worth $4,500; Merrick county; both
for good land. 809 N. Y. Life Bldg.
G. A. LINQUEST CO.. 235 PAXTON BLK.
MAX MORRIS. 301 BROWN BLOCK.
V. TAUCHEN. Krug Theater Bldg.
WANTED TO BORROW
WANTED To borrow. $10,000 on $26,000
brick business blck for S years, with priv
ilege of ten at 8 per cent Interest. Address
Ulpley Bros., Filer Idaho.
WANTED TO BUY
BEST PRICE paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothing and shoes. 'Prions
SECOND-HAND cloth ng. party, afternoon
cresses John Faldman. I). 3L28 o- Ind. A-2634.
WANTED 8.000 feather beds. Write or
'phone D. 1C60. Metropolitan Feather Co.,
80S N. 20th.
KKISER pays best for furniture, eto.
Antiquo furniture cheap. 1020 Center. D. 666'i
HIGHEST prices paid for scrap motals
and rubbers. A. B. Alpirn. Omaha, Neb.
DO YOU WANT TO SELL PART OF
Write a description of It, buildings,
water, near what town. Make 70 worda of
It all and send it to The Omaha Bee with
72 cents for each insertion. People In Ne
braska have money and want land. They
look to The Omaha Hee for real estate of
ferings. And they get them in The Bee.
I WANT to buy 6-room modern cottage
direct from owner. Will pay up to 33.600
casn. Aaaress a Bee.
WANTED TO RENT
We Are Getting Numerous Calls
For Housei of All Sizes. List With Ua
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.
U4 N. Y. Life Bldg Phone Red 1&
WANTED Modern suite ot two or three
rooms (unfurnished preferred), and board
in private family, by gentleman and 15-year-uld
daughter. Add let 11. May, 1So3
TWO modern unfurnished rooms by
'oung woman employed during day; walk
ing distance preferred; references. Address
N 6St, Bee.
CHAUFFEUR Now employed, wishes a
change; good reasons; refrnce. Address,
MAtf with fifteen yearr experience In
expert accounting, organliatlon and cost
keepli g. at present special accountant fur
latRe western corporation, desires to locate
In Omaha. Forty years of age, married
and well acquainted In Omaha. Only high
class offer considered. Address C 637. Bee.
A CAREFUL driver wants position as
chauffeur; drive any kind of car except
White Steamer. Phone 1!.S, Council Bluffs.
NOTICE OF SALF. OF IRRIGATION Dis
trict bonds To ill whom it may concern;
Notice la hereby given that the Board of
Directors of the Kimball Irrigation District
has declared Its intention to sell and will
sell the entire Issue of the bonds of said
district heretofore aulhorlaed to be lued
by said board and by the electors of said
district, to-wtt: The sunt of Two Hundred
and Fltty Thousand (3i0,000) Dollars or any
part of said Issue, at the office of said
board on the corner of First and Chestnut
Streets In Kimball, County of Kimball and
State of Neb-aska. on Saturday, May 14.
1910, at the hour of 12:00 o'clock noon. Healed
proposals will te received by the board at
Its said office for the purchase of said
bonds until the day and hour named above,
at which time the said board will open
the proposa's and award the purchase of
the bonds to the highest responsible bidder
or bidders, the board, however, reserving
the right to reject any and all bids. No
bonds can be aold by said board at les
than ninety-five (96-t) per cent of their
face value. The said bonds are payable
In from ten to twenty years a.id bear six
per cent interest, payable semi-annually;
both Interest and principal being payable
Irom assessments levied upon all the real
estate In said district. All bids must be
accompanied by certified check, payable to
the order of the Kimball Irrigation District
for not let.8 than two (2Jfc) per cent of the
amount of the bid, said cneck to be re
tained by the district as liquidated damages
in case the bid which said check accom
panies shall be accepted by the board and
the bidder shall refuse or fall to carry out
his bid. By order of th Boatd of D. rector J.
THE KIMBALL IRRIGATION DISTRICT,
by I. 8. Walker, President. Attest: Fred
R. Morgan, Secretary. A21d 21t
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE IS
hereby given that sealed proposals for
building and furnishing an addition to the
Verdlgre school house In accordance with
plans and specifications to be furnished by
the Board of Education will he received by
the Board of Education of School District
No. 83 of Knox county, Nebraska, at the
office of Harry A. Walker in the town of
Verdicre Nehraska. on or before May 1,
1910. Each bid must be accompanied by a
certified check for $500. The board reserves
the right to reject any or all bids. The
plans and specifications are now on file In
the office of said Harry A. Walker, where
they may be Inspected. Harry A. Walker,
secretary. May 1 d7t
Office of tho Kansas City and Omaha Rail
way Company, Fairfield, Neb.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Notloe Is hereby given that, pursuant to
the bylaws of the Company, the annual
meeting of the stockholders of The Kansas
Cltv and Omaha Railway Company will be
held in the office of the company, at Fair
field. Nebraska, at .eleven (11) o'clock
A. M.. Wednesday, May 18th, 1910, for the
purpose of electing directors for the ensu
ing year, and for tho transaction of such
other business as may legally come before
W. P. Dl'RKER,
April 21st, 1910. Secretary.
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
Quartermaster, Cheyenne, Wyoming, April
27, 1910. Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will
be received at this office until 9:30 a. m.,
montaln time, Thursday, May 12, 1910, at
which time they will be opened In public,
for grading and the construction of side
walks, gravel roads, drains, culverts, cross
ings, etc., at Fort D. A. Russell, Wyoming.
Estimated quantities as follows, viz.: 101.463
square feet sidewalks, 484 lineal feet stone
and brick crossings, 1,600 square feet of
concrete crossings, 25,500 lineal feet of con
crete curb and gutter, 18,238 square yards
of gravel roads, 86,019 cublo yards of fill.
Plans and specifications for the Inspection
of bidders are on file in this office, also
the office of the Chief Quartermaster, De
partment of the Missouri, Omaha, Ne
braska, and the office of the Chief Quar
termaster, Department of the Colorado,
Denver, Colorado. Proposal blanks and
General Instructions v to Bidders may be
had upon application to this office. The
government reserves the right to reject or
accept any or all bids or any part thereof.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
Indorsed "Proposals for construction, etc..
Roads. Walks, etc. Fort D. A. Russell.
Wyoming, to be opened May 12, 1910," and
addressed to V. K. Hart, Captain, 15th
Infantry. A. Q. M., U. a. A.. In charge of
Construction, Roonj 3, Keefe Hall, Chey
enue, Wyoming. A29-30M2-3-10-11
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE.
Omaha, Nebraska, April 28 1910. Sealed pro
posals. In triplicate, will be received here
until 10 a. m., central standard time. May
28. 1910, for furnishing oats, bran, hay,
straw, hard wood or soft wood, smithing
coal and mineral oil during the period from
July 1, 1910. to August 31, 1910, nt Dale
Creek, Wyoming, for use at the Camp of
Instruction and Maneuver at Pole Moun
tain, Wyoming. United States reserves
right to reject or accept any or all pro
posals or any part thereof. Information
furnished on application here. Envelopes
containing proposals should be marked
"Proposals for Fuel, Forage and OU" and
addressed to Major D. E. McCarthy, C.
Q. M. A30-M2-3-25-26-27.
sUl Models Safety Devlcts (Wireless, eta).
Pcnniyl't. Mar 11.11 m DruUchland May 28
Ural Waldoran Mar It, "Prw. Lincoln .. Jun 1
K. Aug. Vic... Mar 21Ocana Juna
Bluechar May 25'Amrica June 4
RUi-Carltnn a la Carta reataurant.
fHamburi direct. Xaw.
Hamburg-American Z.lne, 4 B'way, M. T.
ot local Ants
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle, Hogs, Kherp and Lambs
. Reported Lower.
CHICAGO, April 30. CATTLE Receipts
estimated at aoo neaa; market steady;
Deeves, sa. iwae.iv; lexas sieers, 4. b(3).i
western steers, $5.004:1 6.80; stockers and feed
era, $3.80eLi6.75; cows and heifers, 2.if0y7.&0;
calves. t lO'gs.DU.
HOGS Receipts estimated at 6,000 head
market steady; light. $9,2509.65: mixed.
$9. 25 :9. 62'; heavy, $9.259.60; rough, $9.25
v.w; good 10 cnoice heavy. iiMO.tO; pigs,
$8.90-09.45; bulk of sales, $9,414(9.56.
bHKKl' a.nd um bh Receipts estimated
at 500 head; market steady; native, 14.&O1
8.25; western, $6.00(8.26; yearlings, $7.2u
.mi; lain os. native, ,. ,,(ii-0; western,
St. Louis Live Stork Market.
ST. LOUIS. April 30. CATTLE Receipt
800 head, Including 300 Texans; market
steady; natlvo beef steers, $22.214.171.124; cows
and helrers, .3o(ip.U0; stockers and feed
ers, $4.00'u6.25; Texas and Indian steers,
$4.60t&8.0O; cows and heifers. $3.00416 60;
calves in carload lots, it.uoiu.il. u.
HOGS Receipts 1.600 head; market 6c
lower; plgB and lights, $K.OOir9.60: packers,
$:.35u9.6o; butchers and best heavy, fd.&Oiii
St. Joseph Lite Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. April 30. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 100 head; market steady; steera. $6.00
'tis. to; cows and heifers, I4.0UU7.E0; calves,
HOGS Reolpts, 1,600 head: market
steady; top, 1.50; bulk of sales, $.25j9.40.
No cheep on i-ale.
Stork In lht.
Receipts of live stock at the five prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 96
8t Joseph 1W
Kansas City I'M
St. Louis k
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE, April SOi-FLOUR-Mar-ket
WHEAT No. 1 northern, $1.101.11; No.
1 twvrthern. fl ("'(ilA44; July, $1.U3'.
C)KN '! tl iSc.
HA RLE Y Su mples, KftCSc.
Peoria tiraln Mnrket.
PEORIA. III.. April 80 -CORN-Higher;
No. 2 yellow, 6Vu60c; No. i yellow, fcsc;
No. 8. 6ac; No. 4. 6Hc: no grade, ibn.ic.
OATS Steady ; No. 2 white standard,
12V; N. I white, 41 4 0 42c, No. i wUll.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Some Kinds of Cattle Steady for the
Week, Other. Lower.
HOGS STRONG TO FIVE HIGHER
No ftherp or Lambs Today, bat Prices
for the Week Are Any" here
from Steady to Fifteen
SOUTH OMAHA. Nel.. April 30. 1910.
Cattle. Hogs. Bheeo.
.. 4.634 2,716 324
.. 6.043 8.170 1.211
.. 6.415 4.4 8 086
.. 3.41 6.027 l.tl
.. 907 2.9i 7,6
Official Wednesday ....
Six days this week. ...19.410 21.613 26.6!6
Same davs last week ....22.262 33,121 I'. 626
Same days 2 weeks ago.. 20.610 61.066 29.462
Same days 3 weeks ago.. 10.9X6 3644 22.64H
Same days 4 weeks ago.. 15.148 36. "36 3S,3H
Same days last year ...17,661 61.664 19.293
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and aheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, compared with last
year: 1910. 19U9 Inc. Dec.
Cattle 333,869 3tX".,7.S6 2S,0-3
Hogs 725.716 931,272 2.r57
Sheep 500.HIS 653.8i7 I3."62
The following table shows the average
prices of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days with comparisons:
Date . I 1910. 1909. 1908 19i7. 1906. 11905. 1904.
01 HI 6
H4 7 01
I 6 33
It IV M
I 7 Ou
s aii a -Jit IK 3'
I & 2K: 81 1 6 261 6 2 4
9 211 I', 92
t M El, 1 41 1
6 3S 6 34 i 5 16 4 75
9 04t 96 6 2fi
9 OhV 7 08
12 7 01
Receipts and disposition or live stock at
the Union Stock Yards. South Omaha, Neb.,
for twenty-four hours ending at 3 p. m.
Cattle. Hogs, li r s.
C, M. & St. P 4
Missouri Pacific 1
Union Pacific 9
C. & N. W east 1
C. & N. W., west 3 13
C, St. P.. M. & 0 3
C, B. & Q., east 1
C, B. & Q.. west 9 1
Illinois Central 2
Total receipts 2 43 1
Omaha Packing Co
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour & Co
There were no fresh receipts of cattle
today of any consequence, only two cars
being reported In. For the week the re
ceipts have been fairly libera;, showing a
total of 19,400 head, which is about 2,800
head smaller than for last week, but close
to 2,000 head larger than for the same
week last year.
A feature of the market has been the
very good demand for light cattle. Cattle
of this description have sold very freely
throughout the week, prices showing com
paratively little change as compared with
last week's close. On the other hand,
heavy cattle have been neglected, not only
here, but at every other market point,
buyers discriminating very strongly against
them and taking them as It were only
under protest. As a result of the poor
demand for heavy cattle, prices nave shown
more or less weakness and are at the pres
ent time 1016c lower than one week ago.
Unfavorable weather conditions, retarding
the growth of pasturage, have contributed
to the making of a dull feeder market.
Business In that kind of cattle has been
more or less limited at all market points
with no activity to speak of anywhere. The
feeling, especially during the latter part of
the week, tvas a little easier, especially on
medium to heavier kinds of feeders and
the market as a whole might be called
anywhere from weak to 25c lower than
one week ago, depending upon weight and
Quotations on cattle: oood to choice corn-
fed steers, $7.2j7.75; fair to good cornfed
steers, $6.75(87.26; common to fair cornfed
steers, $0. 10 6.10, good to choice cows ana
heifers. 6.(Ka7.00: fair to good cows and
heifers, IS.OO'ijt.OO; common to fair cows and
heifers. $2.75iu5.00: good to choice stockers
and feeders. 16.008.75; fair to good stockers
and feeders, 15.0u3.tf.00; common to rair
stockers and feeders. $4.00it6.00: stock heif
ers, $3.754.86; veal calves, $4.258.26; bulls,
Megs, etc., .75!t'6.25.
HOGS Bulk of sales In the hog yards to
day produced a s.ightly hiflicr aveiage than
yesicraay, Dut the market, as a wnoie,
was hardly better tnnn tuny steady, some
nickel higher business was done, but the
kind of hogs wanted at this advance were
good butchers, and buyers were discrim
inating. Order buyers were rainy active
and purchased about a dozen loads on out
side account. Total supply was light, as
usual, and with movement reasonably ac
tive, everything was sold in good season.
A large share of receipts went at $9.1011.
9.20, as compared with yesterday's bulk of
J0.0wa9i.20. Tops remained In the same
notch as yesterday and the previous day,
Total supply this week shows a sharp
decrease as compared with the run last
week or the same week last year. The fea
ture of the trade Is doubtless, responsible
for the better prices paid, but on the other
hand, It has not sharpened demand. Move
ment has been very slow on most days.
and In spite of a larger shipping outlet, a
good part of each morning has been used
in effecting a clearance. Oood light lots
have been especially favored By order buy
ers and are selling pretty close to good
butchers. The net advance in values over
last week's close Is Just about 10jfl5c.
No. Av. 8h. Pr. No. At. Bh. Pr.
48 187 ... I 00 74 299 100 9 15
I ir ... 00
40 8 18
90 22a 40 w (VI
so 2:u so on
. 244 80 8 IS
. .243 ... 8 IS
.142 120 IS
..264 200 IS
..276 80 8 IB
..J76 80 17
. 245 2W t 17
..128 ... 8 17
..262 40 17
...271 80 8 17
..278 80 8 17
..2C1 200 8 2
.2:.4 160 8 20
..240 ... $ 20
...2K8 140 8 20
..277 SO 20
..230 ... 8 20
84 204 ... e 05
11 ls ... tuts
61) 0 320 8 05
(7 2!l 120 10
61 23 W 9 10
71 22 ... 111
68 iii 40 10
4 IX K ( 10
an tn leo 10
81 198 SO II)
24 !S4 ... 10
... 9 124
ISO 8 12
40 8 IZVfc
21 80 8 20
. . .-274
80 8 20
40 8 20
80 8 25
40 8 !5
.. 8 a
..'.' !IK) 8 l!Vi
231 80 8 12
Ui 240 8 12
21S 120 13
SHEEP Nothing was received In the way
of sheep and lambs today and prices re
mained nominally sreany
A Mile from a slow, halting trade during
the last five days, pirtiy induced by east
ern weakness and partly by a threatened
general strike of packing house employes,
the week's market, has presentfd no very
new features. About a third of the week's
offerings showed up on Monday and the
une to trade was very dull and the trend
of prices lower. The well-finished kinds
did not suffer much of a decline, but the
ordinary run ot fair to medium grades
had to yield under bearish pressure and
sold all the way from a dimo to a quarter
Since Monday the supply has been light,
demand limited and prices generally steady.
Shorn stock is metlng with the better in
qnliy and the spread between wooled and
shorn lias narrowed somewhat as a result.
Handy weight lambs, weighing from 70 to
SO pounds are still favorites, with kll'ers
ami neavv grades meeting wtin snarp uis
crimination. A spread of $8.K.Vy9.15 has
been taking most of the shorn offerings of
good quality, with good wooled la inns sen.
ina from SH.35 to tJ.nfi. according to weight.
Closing sales range Irom steady to 16c
lower than a week ago. with heavy wooled
and rneil um c asses snowing I lie lull ae
cllne. T'.iere have been very few sheep or
yearling! on sale.
Curreni'. prices on shorn lambs are Just
about 7io less and prices on shorn sheep
around 50c less than values on similar
quality of wooled shipments. The roiiowing
quotations apply to the latter class of
stock; good to choice lambs, S9.35'jf.7i;
fair to good lambs, $9.(XKu9.36; good light
yearlings. $8.15-X.5o; good Heavy yearlings.
17.768.15; good to choice wethers. $7.6fl
I SO; fair to good wetnr tl.&OiuI-ao; good
lo choice wea. $7.t0&.00; fair to good
Kansas City l.ln Block Market.
KANSAS CITY, April 80. CATTLE Re
ceipts 100 heed, no southerns; market
steady; native steers. Vi.4wlt8 26; southern
steers, $6 "0'97.t0; souinern cows. $J.7ij 2;
native cows and heifers. 4 60B7 60; .stock
era and feeder. $4 606.70; bulls, $56ua;
calves. $6.008.75; we, em sterrs, 7 76,
western cows. $4 2060
UOUS-rltAXWou 1,000 b-l. M-kat
steady: bulk of sales, $9 2Vu9.40; heavy,
$ 3Mu9.rO, packers and butchers, S9.JOj9 4;
OMAHA UK.HKIIAI. MARKETS.
Staple and Fancy Produce Prlrra Far
alahed by flayers nnrt Wholesalers.
BUTTER-Creamery, No. 1. delivered to
the irtail trado in l-io. curtons, Jn-; No. L
111 60-lb. tubs, 2;i.; No. 2, In 1-lb. cartons,
Sic; In 60-lb. tubs, 27c; packing stock, solid
pack, l'.'V, diury, 111 mMo. tubs, 2uu. Market
changes every Tuesday.
CHEESE Tains, 16Vc; young America,
17V; daisy, 17c; llmburger, lso No.
1 brick. lc; No. 2, 16c; domestlo block
Swiss, 22c; Imported Swiss, 30c.
POULTRY Dressed broilers, $9.00 dor ;
for storage, $6o0; for fresn springs, 20c;
hens, 18c; cocks, 12e; ducks, 20c; geese,
15c; turkeys, 26c; pigeons, per dos., $1.20;
homer squabs. $400 per dos.; fancy squabs,
$3.50 per dos.; No. 1, $3.00 per dos. Alive:
Broilers, from 1W to 1 lbs., 4oc: '.H to 2
lbs., 30c; hens, 16c; old loosters, luc; young
roosters, 16c; ducks, full feathered. 14c;
geese, full feathered, 9c; turkeys, lsc,
guinea fowls, 26c each; pigeons, 75c per dot.;
homers, $3.00 per dos.; squabs. No. 1, UOi
per dot.; No. 2. 60o.
Fle-H tall rrosen) Pickerel. c; whlteflsh,
18o; pike, 10c; trout, 13c; large crapples,
HxJJlSc; Spanish mackerel, 18c; eel, 18c; had
dock, 13c; flounflers, 12o. Fresh catfish,
18c; trout, 13c; buffalo, 8c; halibut, 9c; white
perch. 8c; whlteflsh, 15c; yellow perch, 9c;
bullheads, 12c; white bass, 17c; roeshsds,
$1.00 each; shadroes, per pair, 60c; frog logs,
30c per dot.
BEEF CUTS Ribs. K. 1, 17c; No. 2,
14c; No. 3, 13Vic; lotr. Ko. 1, l'Jc; No. 2,
16c; No. 3, 14c; chucR No. 1, 9'c; No. 2,
9c; No. 3, S'ac; round. No. 1, UHc; No. 2,
11c; No. 8, 10"4)Cj plate, No. L 7c; No. 2.
7ViC; No. 3. 7c.
STRAWBERRIES Tennessro and Louis
iana. 24-qt. cases, per case, $4.26; 2-pt.
cases, per case. $2.00.
ORANGES California Cnmella and Pro
ducer brands Redland Navels, 80-96-112
sizes, per box. $2.S6; 126 site, per box, $3;
150-17-200-216-2riO sizes, per bx, $;i.6. other
brands from Riverside and other districts
ter box, $2.8T.fc3.00; 80-96-112 sixes, per box,
$2.&0tf2.75; Havana, Mediterranean Sweets
126-112 sizes, per box, $2.76; l.' and smaller
sixes, per box, $3.00. .
LEMONS Limonlera. extra fancy. 300
360 sizes, $5.50; choice, 300-360 sizes, per box
$4.50; 240 size, 50c per box loss.
BANANAS Fancy select, per bunch, $2.26
2.50; Jumbo, bunch, $2. 7 3.76.
GRAPE FHUIT Florida, 46 size. $4.60;
64-64-80 sizes, per box, S3.
APPLES Ben Davis, per bbl., $3 2V
California funcy, W. W. Pfarmains, per
box, $2.10; California, extra fancy W. V.
Pearmalns. Red Wood brand, per box
$2.26; extra fancy Iowa Jonathans, per boi.)
CRANBERRIES Jersey, fresh stock, per
DATES Anchor brand, new, 30 1-lb.
pkgs. In box. per box, $2.
1 1GH California. .Oc size, 80c.
IRISH POTATOES Wisconsin and na
tive, per bu., 4O-(i50c; Colorado, per bu., 50c
SEED SW EET POTATOES Kansas, per
CABBAGE New California and southern,
per lb., 4c.
ONIONS Texas crystal wax, per crate,
$2; yellow, per crate, $1.75.
OLD VEGETABLES Parsnips, carrots,
beets, turnips, In sacks, per l., 2c.
GARLIC Extra fancy, whit J, per lb.,
Vic: red. per lb.. 16c.
NEW SOUTHERN VEGETABLES.
RADISHES Per doz. bunches. 45c.
TURNIPS Per dot. bunches, 60c.
CARROTS Per dot. bunches, 60c.
SHALLOTTS Per doz. bunches, 60c.
PARSLEY Per dot. bunches, 50c.
BEETS Per doz. bunches, 60c.
. SPINACH Per bu., 12 lbs.. $1.00.
EGG PLANT Fancy Florida, dot., $1.60
TOMATOES Fancy Florida or Cuba,
per 6-bsk. crate, $2.26; choice, $1.75.
STRING AND WAX BEANS Per ham
per, about 25 lbs., $5.00(g.00.
GREEN PEAS Per hamper, $2.50.
CUCUMBERS Hot house, per dot., $1,500
2.00; Texas, per doz., 76c.
HOME GROWN VEGETABLES.
RADISHES Extra fancy home grown,
per doz. bunches, 35c.
LETTUCE Extra fancy leaf, per dot.,
45c; head lettuce In hampers, $1.75.
PARSLEY Fancy home grown, per doz.
bunches, 40c. .
RHUBARB Per doz. bunches, 45c.
ASPARAGUS Per dot. bunches, 75e.
GREEN ONIONS Per doz. bunches, 25c.
HORSERADISH 2 dot. in case, $1.90.
WALNUTS Black, per lb., 2c; Califor
nia, No. 1, per lb., 17c; California, No. 2
soft, per lb., 14c.
HICKORY J u rs L,arge, per lb., 4c;
small, per lb., 6c.
cocoaim CIS fer sack, s&.uu; per dos.,
St. Lonla General Mnrket.
ST. LOUIS, April 30. WHEAT-Cash un
changed; track, No. 2 red, Jl.lV,f 1.12V; No.
2 hard, $1.09(el.l4. Futures higher; May,
$1.07'4; July, l.tn.
CORN casn lower; track, mo. z. 63:ft63c;
No. 2 white. 66Hc Futures higher: May.
61ffl614;c; July. 63(c.
OA i s casn lower; iracK, xno. t, 4zc; no.
2 white, 44c. Futures firm; May, 40c; July,
RYE Nominal, iiKtf'.ow.
FLOUR Unchanged: red winter patents.
$5.S0ft5.70; eiftra fancy and straight, $l.70
5.20; hard winter clears, $3.66&3.90.
SEED Timothy. $3.003.60.
BRAN Firmer; sacked, cast track, $l.0i
HAY Unchanged, timothy. I14.50ffl8.50:
prairie. J12.00fi 14.00.
HEMP TWINE "C.
PROVISIONS Perk, higher; lobhlne.
$21.76. Lard, higher; prime steam, $12.40-1
12.60. Dry salt meats (boxed), lower; extra
shorts, $13.87'4; clear ribs. $13.87A; short
clears, $14,124. Bacon (boxed), lower; extra
shorts, $14.12S: clear ribs, $14.124; cho.-t
POULTRY (juiet; cnickens. 16c; springs.
23c; turkeys, 17c; ducks. 13c; geese, vc.
BUTTER Steady ; creamery, 24(jj,29c.
EGGS Steady, 19c.
Flour, bbls 9.200 3.900
Wheat, bu 17.900 Vi.VY)
Corn, bu 94.700 40.ro0
Oats, bu 87,200 23,300
NEW YORK, April 30 COTTON-Market
opened steady at an advance of 4 points
on May, Dut generally w points lower In
response to week-end realising and disap
pointing rabies. The same people who
took up cotton on May contracts yester
day appear In the ring as buyers of May
arid JUiy, nowever. ana wnue general busi
ness was quiet, May aold up to a net ad
vance of 11 points and the new crop to a
net gain of lt2 points during the early
Cotton futures opened steady; May, 14.75c;
July, 14.60c; August, 14.0ic; September 13.04c;
October, 12.64c; November, 12.45c, bid; De
cember, 12.45c; January, 12.41c; March,
12 31c, bid.
LIVERPOOL, April 30. COTTON Spot In
limited demand: prices 1 point higher;
American mlddllsg fair, 8.39d; good mid
dling, 8.09d; m'ldllng, 7.96d; low middling,
78,rd; good otJ"i'.jy. 7.59d; ordinary, 7.34d.
The sales of U13 day were 4.000 bales, of
which 300 wei- f-'- speculation and export
and Included 300 American.
ST. LOUIS. April 30. COTTON Un
changed; middling, 141ic: sales. 106 bales;
receipts. 9"9 hales; shipments, 1,0::0 bales;
stock, 35,879 bales.
Minneapolis Griln Mnrket.
MINNEAPOLIS, April 30. WHEAT
May, $106; July. I107; September, $1.00H;
rash: No. 1 hard. $1.10; No. 1 northern,
$1.04Vfl.O9'4!; No. 2 northern, $1.06Htjl.0i"7;
No. 3, H.0831.06.
KIAX-'lie at $2.57.
CORN No. 3, vellow, 55f(C64c.
OATS No. 3. white, 0S638T,c.
RYE No. 2, 7173c.
BRAN In 1 pound ecks, $18.yvgl.S.2.V
FLOUR First patents (In wood f. o. b.
Minneapolis), .Y20'(iT.40: sorond patentb,
$6.0u&u.a; Second clears. f2.80'o3.10.
Oils and Rosin.
SAVANNAH, Ga.. April 30 -TURPENTINE
Nominal: last sales, 60c; receipts,
bbls.; shipments, 1,247 bbls.; stocks, 4,214
ROSIN Firm; sales, 2,641 bbls.; receipts,
l.M bbls.; shipments. 464 bhls.; stock, i9.4'W
bbls.; B, $3.90; D, $4 30; K. $4.00; F. 84 85;
O. $4.90; H. $5 06; I, f5 15; K, V' 40: M, $5.00;
N. $.'".66; W. !.. $5.75; W. W.. $5.90.
OIL CITY, Pa., April :. ml, credit nai
a rices. $1.33; runs, 118,056 bbls.; average,
151.432 bbls.; shipments. 253,530 bhls ; aver
age, 228,286 bbls.
Liverpool Grain and Provisions.
LIVERPOOL. April 50 -WHKAT-Hpot
dull; No. 2 red western winter, no stock.
Futures dull; May, 7s 344; Jul. 7s 3d;
October. 7s 4d.
CORN Spot quiet; new American mixed
northern. 6s 2H-d: old Amerlcsn mixed, 5s
64d. Futures nominal.
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA, April JO. -HAY No. 1. $9 00; No.
2. $8.00; packing, $5 00. Straw: Wheat. $6 CO;
rye and oats. $7.00 Alfalfa. $12 00 The
supply of poor bay is much heavier than
Palath firnln Market.
DULUTH. April WI.-WHEAT-Msv, $1 0T;
Julv, $1084; No. 1 northern, $1074; No. 2
lurthern, $106; May, fl.07S
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MAK
Wheat Tails to Advance at the f"
ing- with No Bad Newt. ;
CLOSING PRICES SOME HID"
Corn Is Dnll nnd Unchanged, Yin,
Ko naylns; Drmnnd In Ev,
denre Cash tnff Is ''
With Whenl ti.,,Nt, n .,1.4 maa nnl J' I
tlve and trading was light. Receipts r
tilltie fht ami .1 1- '(
There wan nothing new developed ln J (i
wheat situation. Value were some .
" ne opening, but buvlng became gen
later and closing price's were some hljhf
than yesterday. I
t orn was dull and unchanged values r
In narrow range throughout the day.
wiieiiNg were light, but no b"'r,g
mand was in evidence. I'.-ish sVtVC V1'
was in evidence. Cash
steady and unchanged t' ret
Primary wheat r.r.im. nnn sbl
and shipments were 249.000 bu., against .
celpls last year of 274,000 bu. and shlpmM
of 187.000 bu. r w
Primary corn receipts were 276,(00 ) -and
shipments wers 499.000 bu., against tc
celpts flist year of 295,0(4 bu. and sh.
ments of 566.000 bu.
Clearances were 11,000 bu. of com,
bu. of oats and wheat and flour equal ,
Liverpool closed VI lower to high ,
on wneat ana nominal on com.
Local range of options:
Artlclos. Open.l HIsD.. Low. Clo. !' ,,
Omnha Cash Prlcea.
WHEAT No. 3 hard, ll.OtVifl.024; No. ' .
hard, 9kcf$1.00; No. 4 hard, Nxuc; rejectet '
hard. 80Hi:jc; so. 2 spring, $l.olal.08; No. ."
spring, Wc??1.00; No. 4 spring, tuc; No
2 durum, 84tn85c; No. 3 durum, k-VflMc.
CORN No. 2 white, 604c; No. 8 white,
5VatiOc; No. 4 white, Wibo.c; No. 2 color.
out:ivc; ro. s color, bNuosc; No. 4 color
M'tttjec: No. 2 yellow. R7fa.i7V.o: No. 3 vol-
low, blra!nr; No. 4 yellow, b2)f4'c; No. 2,
01c; ro. j. ohvauic; ISO. 4. WouJi'i no grade,
OATS Standard. 3!4ff40c; No. 3 white,
394c; No. 4 white, 3.S4m39c; No. 3 yellow,
M4jj39c; No. 4 yellow, "((j'38c; No. 3 mixed,
38vc; No. 4 mixed, 37;c.
HARLEY No. 4, 4mu6Uc; No. 1 feed, 463
48c; rejected, 44S46c.
RYE No. 2, i4gi6c; No. 3, 7&g'74c.
CHICAGO GRAI.H AMD PROVISIONS
Features of the Trading; and Closing;
Prices on Board of Trade,
CHICAGO. April 30. Hessian flies and
el,, iicn ougs ueul the imagination of
wheat speculators lute in tne sestuon to
aay and excluded from attention reports of
rain in the southwest and stories tnat for
eigners had been liberal sellers In the Cnl
cutjo mat net. 1 1 lce, alter an, early oecllne,
closed firm at a shade to advance.
Corn finished to 41310 higher. Oats,
unchanged to Vsl4c lower and provisions,
10c to 26c higher.
Notwithstanding the strength of wheat In
the final dealings, the weak period was of
longer duration than on yesterday and the
net gain waa small. News regarding rain
today was somewhat discounted because
the showors were said to be scattered and
not of the best variety. Announcements by
railroads that recent crop damage narra
tives had been exaggerated, especially as
to the effects of cold snaps, were more than
offset by seemingly countless advices by
wire and mail reiterating details aa to f y
and bug Invasion. September wheat opened
,c to 4c lower at $1.01 to $1,014, touched
$1.00. advanced to $1.017t and closed at
21.01 V6 1.01.
Prospect of continued light receipts was
the chief reason cited for the strength in
corn. July opened 4e lower to 4c higher
at 61o to 61V, sold up to 62V and closed
firm within a shade of the top. Cash corn
was steady, with offerings light and de
mand fair. No. 2 yellow sold r'. 614)62c.
Oats were active. July opened unchanged
to c lower at 4ite to 40V and closed un
settled at 40V. after touching 4OVff404e.
Purchases said to be for a large local
speculator now on tho Pacific coast put
provisions higher, offerings being limited.
July pork cosed 2oc up, July lard, 124c,
and July ribs, 15c.
Lending futures ranged as follows:
Artlcles.l Open. High. I Low. I Close. Yes'y.
1 1 014(i4
I 58 I
1 1 OR'41 1 08',
1 02 1 (M4 1 03
1 001 1 0l 1 014
41 41414l 414
40 I 40 4
38 1 SWity , 39'J 39
21 6741 21 30
21 85 I 21 60
21 8741 21 06
21 624! 21 40
21 86 I 21 60
21 86 21 00
12 324 12 471 12 324 1! 474! 12 25
12 16 I 12 30 1 12 15 I 12 2.4 ll 1-4
12 10 12 2,4 12 10 i 12 271 12 Oi
12 20 12 2241 1! 174! 12 22 12 124
11 974 12 15 111 97 12 16 I 11 97
11 96 j 12 124l H M t 12 1241 11 92
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Steady ; winter patents, rt.OOgi
5.20; winter straights, $4.iri42&: spring
straights, $4.55Sj4.76; bakers, $4.006.00.
RYE No. 2. 774c.
BARLEY Feed or mixing, 44 50c; fair to
choice malting, 571i4o.
SEEDS Flax, No. 1 southwestern. $2.t24;
No. 1 northwestern, $2,404. Timothy, $4.40.
PROVISIONS Mess pork, per bbl., $21. .5
22.00. Lard, per 100 Ins.. 12.67. Short
ribs, sides (loose), $12 12ftfl 12.87. Shot t
clear sides (boxed), $13.6kb 13.76.
Total clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 261,000 bu. Primary receipts were
22.000 bu., compured with 214,000 bu. tho
OMAHA, April 3. 1'fli j
Lack of any strloua news chrckedl'J J
advance In wheat at the opening. I, J
market was fairly well supported later.
some shorts covered, giving c.nsing fit Pf I
a slight advance for the week s trail', I
the market had a good tone and fu "V i
corresponding day a year ugo.
Estimated rece.pta lor Monday: Wheat,
9 cars; corn. 60 cars; oats, 131 cars; hogs,
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat, No. 2 red.
21.08Vfrl.10; No. 3 red, $ I .OWu 1.09 ; No. 2
hard, $1.0M1.094: No- a hard, $1.04frl 09;
No. 1 northern, $1.04'ul 0fi. Corn, No 2 rash,
68V359V; No. 3 cash, 674158c; No. 2 white.
6u5c; No. 2 yel.ow, 6162c. Oats, No. t
white, 42 '3434c; No. 3 white. 40fr420
No 4 white, 4o'fl41V4c; standard, 4244!42n,
BUTTER Easy; creameries, 254284
dairies. 22(1 264c
KGOS Steady, at mark, cases Included.
17411 194c; receipts, 20,910 cases; firsts,
194c; prime firsts, 204c.
CIIEESfcl Sirady, daisies, 14lRc; twins,
1443144c; young Americas, 14t144c; long
horns. 1441; 14 V-
POTATOES Firm; choice to fancy, fWj
Soc; fair to good. 254i27c.
POULTRY Easy; turkeys, 16c; chickens,
17c; spnngH, 17c.
VEAIiStesdy ; 60 to 60-lb. weights, fftlr;
60 to 86-lb. weights, 9frT0c; 86 to 110-lb.
Chicago Receipts Wheat. 15 cars; corn,
42 cars; oats, 130 cars. Estimated Tumor- A
row Wheat, 9 cars; corn, 60 cars; oats, 111
Kansas City (irnln and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, April 80. WH EAT Un
changed; No. 2 hard, 11.0701.11; No. 8. $102
(frl 09; No. 2 red, fl.06gl.10; No 3, $1.02.08.
CORN Unchanged to V higher;
mixed, C24fr3r; No. 3. 6flfo614c;
white. C2Vfr63c; No. 3, 62g3e.
OATS Unchanged to lo higher;
White. .vflioc; fin. I mixed, 40f42o.
HAY Unchanged; choir tlmothv. $14 00)1'
14.50; choice prairie, $11.0otfll 26; choice al-.'T
fala. $16 60S IT 60. ' '
BUTTER Unchanged; creamery, extrs
28c; flrsta, 26c; seconds, 24c; packing stoit
EOGE lOo lower; current receipts. nV
eases, $5.35; miscellaneous eases. $5 10;
southerns, $4.90; storage packed, $5 70.
Wheat, bushels fcOl 3-'.'
Oirn. bushels ifnoo Mm
Oats, bushels 1.00 11 00
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