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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, MAY 30, 1010.
CITY PHOI'KMI'V MH ALB
SOUTHEAST corner 8th anil William,
elegant new 8-room houw, strictly modern
nd up-to-date; ' larim attic: full remerU
cellar; foUr hrrtronma, bath and sleeping
porch on oon'l fluor; reception hall, liv
ing room, dining room, den, kltrhen nd
lima pantry on flrat floor; oak finish;
rxtra toilet In baaement. See thla at once
do not delay, If you want something ele
gant, In flrat-claaa nrlghliorhood, cloee In,
you can't beat this If you look all day.
Tel. Douglas 4610.
FOR SALE At a real aacrtftce, a fine
home, 4 blocka from Union depot, one-half
block from car line; a modern 10-room
brick house, solidly built; two lota, on cor
ner; flna lawn and treea; good reaaon for
selling. Af'iress 8 2rU. nee.
The flneat vacant corner In the Weat
Farnam residence diatrlct, 102x110 feet, at
idth Ave. and Dodge St.. for $0,760.
HICKS REAL ESTATE CO..
219 Hoard of Trade Bldg.
IN VEST AO ATE THIS
Lot IkVllS. pavlnK paid, and a 7-room
hrtuae with hot water heat and the lot
wnrth 14W. la offered for Bale at $4.wi0.
Located on Capital Ave., juat weat of fctti
car line. See ua at once.
HAltWoOl) A. HARWOOD.
v1 4201. 416 Bee Bldg. A. 4203.
Duya Exl32 on tilth St., aouth of Cuming
8ft; U0 caan, naiance uuiiuing isbwhuuh
,ern"- D WEAD, 1S01 Farnam St.
New Cottage On
YOT'R OWN TERMS. 33D
ANI LARIMORB AVE.;
NEW 8-ROOM COTTAOK,
CORNER LOT. VERY
PLEASANT HOME. SEE
LB ABOUT THIS QUICK.
R H. Landeryou
422 Board of Trade.
Tel.: Doug. 2151; Ind. B 2131.
Buys 7-room house and barn In good con-
west sloe ot nanscom pnra, i
caaii, balance building and loan association
F. D. WEAD, 1801 Farnam St.
CTolce lots 4n different parts of city.
$L09 cash and DO cents per week.
W J. Dcrmody In
Tel D. 788.
Y. U Bldg.
1,N00 T-room modern house, except heat,
on South INth street, 2 blocks from car line.
$2,400 6-room house with bath, on 27th
and Campton Ave. i
Two beat corner lots on South 24th street,
good buBlneas or residence property, paving
and everything paid, ai ii.ow eacn. .
Melchior Leis & Son
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE.
194$ So. 20th St. Phone Douglas 3655.
Buys 17 beautiful lots In heart of Florence,
V. D. WEAD, 1801 Farnam 8t.
i.. . i
1300 down, balance monthly will buy a new.
all modem bungalow, hot water heat, til
rooms. 810 N. X. lAie, uougias isoo.
Here it Is!
Three south front lots, one of which Is
covered with fine fruit, one for gardening
and the third has a good 7-room cottage,
with city water, electric light, fine shade
trees; near Harney car; house vacant, im
mediate possession. Price only $2,2jO; easy
terms. This Is a snap.
PAYNE, BOSTW1CK ft SLATER,
Sole Agerts. 001 N. Y. Life Bldg.
FOR SALE Good sited lot In small
western town,. Nebraska; good location.
Cheap. E G24. Bee.
Two Lots Near Itauscom Park
One corner 65x182, inside 50x132. Both east
front. One block to
holn tnvotlier. Sti60.
car; wants to sell
NOWATA LAND LOT CO.,
C?4 N. Y. Life Bldg. Rod l!te.
A SNAP for a few days choice of two
firat class modern homes, Farnam district.
HiiihII cash payment. 'Phone Harney 2K8S.
New Brick Block
?. rKr,1?n0 pr0?flty,on fuU city ,ot
manent tenants: .rent, $1,860 per year;
price. iiT.otio.w. Thin is a elean and attrac
tlve Investment and the rents can be de
pended upon because of the close-in loca
Old House Large
2602 Poppleton Ave. Is a 9-room house,
well built and substantial, but needs paint
ing and some repairing. The ground Is
100x167 feet. 8 feet above the street and
covered with forest trees. Eastern owner
' will sell at $5.00t on easy terms. An Ideal
piace ror chtidivn.
joining the golf links ot the Field club,
beautiful view of the country, a com
pletely modern cottage finished in hard
vvoiKls, with 3 Igts; $4,000.
Extra Large Lot
66x315 feet, east front, on Florence boule
vard l30th St.), 2 blocks north of Fort St.,
parked roadway, good sidewalk, city water.
gas and electric light; surrounded by pretty
suburban homes; only H or 1 blocka from
street car, $1,100.
, Harrison & Morton
18 N. .Y. Life. Both 'Phones.
FINE NEW HOMES
On Easy Terms
4112 No.. 17th hi., k roqms, reception hall
ana bath, an moaern, new nouse, on beau-
!f.ui ront WOL'L,fc:v,KU
J .V " , i; .'""MclaM white oak Umber, hi. U. Wright,
with roncerete and cemented floor. A very
convenient, complete and artistic hoin
Don l rail tu see thla nouse. Price, only
4112 10. lith at., s rooms, rectption nan
and bath; all modern, 1H stories, full esst
front lot. full cellar, reception, hall, parlor.
dining (wiiu, kitchen and rear vestibule on
first lUuir, two large bed rooms, three large
eioata and complete bath room upstairs.
Price. I3.WM if sold soon. Terms made,
4110 loo. 17th Bt.. new bungalow, ft rooms
modern; large at l lo (could make two more
rooms) piped ror turnace ana registers in
fi X. .nT oi th? be..
used throughout. Full base-
ment. . W.juu; easy terms.
.,, II. k hi, nai K v.n m n, I
" ' ' " r
modern, East front lot. dose to car. if
you want a choice cottage on a beautiful
street in a good neighborhood don't fall to
see this one. K.suo. Can make terms.
Haleainan on the gmund or at branch
ofitce, toto and Hprague, eacn arternoon.
' MtlMER CHASE CO..
M bo.- 17th t)t. . Both phones.
Near Field club, new 4-room modern home
up to the jtilnut. Aak to see It at onue,
es price is eut rer quick sale; easy terms,
Call owner, Haraey J177.
REAL ESTATE '
CITT PROP-RTV run BALK.
10 NET INVESTMENTS
$11,600 Huya the property at fcut and Dewey
Ave.; brand new. flats; rental 11.440
$10,000 Huya 4 brick houaca at 234 and Nich
olas Hta.; lot (bxt); rental 11.200 per
annum. Extra Hood Investment; no
possibility of any expenalvn Improve
ments In near future.
t 9,600 Buys the new property at S4th and
Lafayette Hts., In Bemts Park; en
tire corner; both streets paved; rental
11.200 per annum.
t 8,000 buys the southeast corner of 18th and
Cumin Sts.; fine corner to build on;
t 6,500 Huya four R-room cot-tapes on 17th
St.; lot 66x120, worm i,jW alone;
rental 1770 oer annum.
t 2,500 Uuys new, strictly modern S-room
cottage at 34th and seward sts..
Hernia Park; large lot. room to build
another cottage; rental $300.
f 1,600 Huya good partly modern cottage on
2.th St., Juat north or I'uming; warn
ing distance; rental $192 per annum.
$ 1.200 Huys good cottages on 27th Ave.;
large lot: walking distance; always
rented, $144 annually.
WltAY & STEVEN,
Douglas 3407. (10 Bee Bldg.
We have still thore brick flats for sale
14 blocks from South Omaha, bringing In
$su.00 per month. Never empty. Price re
duced to $i',500. Present mortgage $3,000,
and $,6u0 cash will handle it.
New 6-room cottage on Martha street, l
block west of Field Club, lot 50x125 feet.
Price only $2,000. Terms to good party.
Nearly new 7-room house, 321 a Seward St.,
V4 block to Harney car. Lot 60x128 feet.
This Is a bargain at $2,000. Terms.
7-room nice homes, between Leavenworth
and Field Club, prices ranging -from IJ.0O0
to $5,000. All new but one. Can make easy
terms on all of them. See ua before buy
ing. INTERNATIONAL LAND
210-12-14 Bee Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
Large 9-room house, fully modern;
large barn, woodshed, shade trees, lot
68x160; only two blocks from car
Goes for $3,600. 2613 Pierce St.
TP A T?T A f CMTTTI X- rr
n , xiiiviiiiiu w w.j
1320 Farnam St.
Tels.: Doug. 1064; Ind. A-1064.
CORNER 20TII AND MASON
Worth 60 per cent more; offered at
low figure of $4,000; 2 lots. 152 on
Mason; 98 on 20th.
20th Is newly paved. Great Western
tracks on the east. Cottage of 6 rooms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1003 N. Y. Life. Doug, or A 2162.
$300 Cash, Balance Easy
Eight-room house, two fine large lota
Plenty of shrubbery, fruit and fine lawn,
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO..
624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1999.
Situated 30th Ave. and Mason Sta.;
eleven rooms, fully modern; large
barn, east front, beautiful lawn; 99x
140 feet. Must be seen to be appre
ciated. Call us for an appointment.
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1320 Farnam St. ;
Tela.: Doug. 1064; Ind. A-1064. '
$150 Cash, $20 Per Month '
Brand new 7-room house, full lot, $2,800.
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO.,
624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red m.
HAVE you $1,000 that you would like to
have pay you 16 per Cent Instead of 4 per
cent to 6 per cent? See advertisement In
this column over address L 630, Bee.
8 rooms, reception hall and bath, strictly
modern, ail hardwood finish, large Bpacious
rooms, very conveniently arranged, tun
basement, 4 bed rooms, large attic, olose to
car. io.uchi for quick Bale; one-third cash.
NEAR NEW CATHEDRAL.
7-room house, modern except heat, on fine
corner lot, has fine shade trees, room lor
two more nousea on this lot. price reduced
to $2,760. Act Quickly If you want this.
New s-room nouse. south side, modern
except heat, piped for furnace, full lot.
south front, ready to move Into, close to
car. Owner will take $2,400 If sold soon.
1'nre room upstairs not finished,
SH1MER & CHASE CO..
City, Suburban, . Farm Property.
Fire, Tornado, Plate lilass Insurance.
Factory Site and Business Opportunities at
309 So. 17th St. Both phones.
Sacrifice Sale Close In
West Farnam. To get a little ready
money owner will sell at big sacrifice.
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO.,
Suite VH New York Life Bldg.
For 62x243 feet east front on Hana-
com park; all specials In and paid.
AV. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1320 Farnam St.
Tela.: Doug. 1064; Ind. A-1064.
We Can Offer You
Most any slse bouse on most any kind of
NOWATA I .AND & LOT CO..
624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 19.
STRICTLY modern. 6 large rooms, never
occupied, oak nnmti, large lot. tine view.
near car ana school a uanay home. Lo
cated bOltt and 5018 Webster tit., easy terms.
Owner there today from 2 to 4 o clock,
phone Harney 521.0.
FARM AND HAMU LA-NU FOR SALE
one body; depot on ground; also ,00U first
I Uerwvn. ill.
RIVERSIDE. Alberta's finest stock farm
of l.OiM acres, is for sale at a enau. For
particulars of this and other farm lands
write to me owner, w. j. Mcrtainara,
wesasaiwin. Aiuena. banana.
CANADA WHEAT LAND
BEAUTIFUL, LEVEL, RICH PRAIRIE
Located In well settled district, near sv
" ry nil.es north of Ui
k'n,,ed Bta,M boundary, in southeastern
Uaka,cl,ewan; will be sold cheap on easy
, in tr.r-ta in aiilt or In hnl....l.
I -.-- - - - -
, . vrw inw nrlt' a till nartlfiilAra ,,
C4 Endlcott Building, 6t. Paul, Minn.
routt count), Colorado; bargain la
ranche and relinquishments, homesteads,
water rights, uo a. raL, low; a good ua.
acre ranch, plenty of water, HaM Write
warn. Ft. Jk, n nisi, laouia, uoio.
LA ROB stock ranol. for sale-at a bar
I gain; ne ixaus cuuwaerea. wnus or call
tu A. U. PuUiaxa. Libert. Colo.,
PAMM AH 1 KAMI! LA.NU FOR SALE
Free homeateada. rolinuuiahmenta of Im
proved homesteads. cheaD deeded lands.
fruit and garden tracts.
5,ona acres at edre of Denver, comlna
under Irrigation. Colorado's Irrigated land
yields $300 to $700 per acre. Easy payments.
Get a cheap, good home la sunny Colo
rado. White for literature.
BS.CRETARY, LAND HEADQUARTERS,
nv empire Ulcig.. uenver. Colo.
STOCK AND GRAIN RANCH
No Equal in the mountains.
Here Is an oportunlty; seise It; dissolving
a partnership; 600 acres, all fenced, of
which 200 acres are cultivated; very richest
soil; 100 acres mort can be cultivated; 66
acres of that rich timothy meadow, with
numerous springs; it acres in finest grow
ing grain ana potato crops; excellent home
buildings, with largest Al barn, worth $4,0u0
alone; the finest saw, tie and post timber,
worth $3,600 easy; all Implements, tools,
eta; location unsurpassable; 2 hours from
Uenver. miles to railroad; this place is
a sacrifice and must be hold; price $8,600,
only $,0u0 down, balance 2 years at e per
cent; immediate possession; unusual sacri
fice. Charles F. Lelmer, 1043 Champa,
CHOICE relinquishment - on Crow creek.
near new town of Bllgg&dale; 1J0 acres,
finest soil, smooth land, 140 acres ready
for corn; deeded land adjoining held at 1:0
to $25 an acre; relinquishments tame kind
land In adjoining section sold recently at
$10 acre; possible to Irrigate; to sell before
May ua, oner at 24oO. owner leaving Colo
rado. W. W. Loriiner, Urovcr, Colo.
Near Deer Trail, Coin., in the heart ot
the rain belt, shallow water, fine soil. Also
deeded lands, town lots. Deer Trail is the
coming town of Colorado, bn miles east of
Denver, f arming land In this vicinity pro
duces better crops than $50 to $100 lands
in the east, its up to you. write us
today, ask Questions. The Deer Trail Realty
Co., Deer Trail, Cola.
FOR SALE 80 acres fine farm land In
Weld county, Colorado; pries $1,000; terms,
$200 cash, balance on 8 years' time at 6
per cent. This Is a big snap. Stanley M.
Harrows, it4l Champa St., Denver, Colo,
FOR SALE-J20 acres In the corn belt of
southwestern Iowa. Half level and slopes
back to the other half, which Is gently
rolling. One of the best farms in this part
of Iowa and ought to be quick sale at this
reduced price. There are $5,000 of Improve
ments, fine water, 4 miles to town on
main line of C. B. & Q. Price $125 per acre
now. Address, Y-371, care Bee.
FIFTEEN ACRES, $1,000.
One mile of car line, Council Bluffs,
about half suttablo for fruit and garden,
balance pasture; new land: no buildings,
but very nice building site; well protected
by hills on north and west; $2&o cash, bnl
ance to suit at 6 per cent.
M'GEE REAL ESTATE CO.,
14 Pearl St., Council Bluffs.
FOR SALE Best Indiana bargain; 240
acres cass county, Indiana, 4 miles from
tj i i a i 1 .i 1 i
wf M VGillQl , A(V BVIW I6,l, Uf UlftUK
soil, well ditched; balance timber, well set
in Diuegrana; large lu-room brick residence.
modern; all outhouses; barn poor; two
acres orchard; two deep wells; near school
and church: telephone and dally mall; very
desirable place; for short time only $72 per
acre, cox w, ivoKomo. inu.
FOR SALE 85 acres first class farm
land; located 1ft miles from city limits of
South Bend; no trade considered. Address
uapp fc xaggart, Bouth ttena. ind.
FOR SALE 160 acres, six miles frcm
Garden City, Kan.; 100 acres broken; price,
$10 per acre; will trade for good city prop-i
erty. Address Box 625, Hastings, Neb.
HAVE short option on 10.000 acres of the
most fertile land in Mexico; will raise corn,
sugar cane, rice, oranges, nearly every
thing; river flowing through property for
five miles; double In value shortly; will
bear closest Investigation; want party to
rurnlsn nan oi purcnase money. Address
H. N. Nichols, 124S Marquette Bldg., Chi
LAND AGENTS LISTEN
Better land values can be had in Minne
sota today than in any other Bection of
the country. Farmers are flocking here as
We wish to form connections with com
petent and reliable men to handle propo
sitions that will make big profits and sat
isfy your clients. Things moving faat. Let
us get Into communication at once concern
ing both our wholesale and retail propo
sitions, we nave the lands, nave naa years
of experience ana can deliver the goods.
ELWOOD BROS., CROOKSTON. MINN,
FOR SALE Nice Quarter: 80 acres broke.
i acres good hay land; nice grove. SA miles
from Benson, Minn. County seat town of
,100 population.- Land la worth 130.00 per
acre. Will take in a good five-passenger
auto as part payment. Address James
uaouus, oioux r ans, o. u.
FOR SALE Michigan farms. No. 1. 10
acres, cleared; small house and barn; some
iruit, near town; una iruii iana; il.uuv.
xso. s. u aores, cleared good house and
barn; plenty oi irult; level, good sou: fl.ua
no. , aw acres, ricn loaut sou; level; 4
mnea aiusKeaon. city jo.vw; tu per acre: si
per acre oown, Daiance easy itrnia.
MO. e. io acres; wu ciearea; good build
lnas: tine lake tront: 160 acres beech and
uapie Umber; $M acre. Otners. Catalogue
ana list irte. ine juvaus-nou co., Fre
FOR SALE 0 acres on lake; 100 rods of
lake frontage; this lies in sight or a beau
tlful village; lake has fine eandy shores,
anoras line nsning, Darning; m acres um
ber land; la good for ail kinds of train
aa well as fruit: this lays on two main
roads, tu a. u., teiepnono line; l,aoo, 600
down: zu acres in the eage ot a village
(-room cottage, large barn, outmjlldings,
apple orchard of large, bearing trees: auli
Is a dark loam and a sandy loam, good
tor ail Kinas oi crops as wen aa fruit:
91.IW, f-W UWWII,
uuu. urn uut-ts, uanger, Mich.
FOR SALE Just on the Market and Will
Sell at a Bargain A fine Michigan fruit
ana general purpose larm oi is acres; lo
cated near Fennvllle, In the heart of west
ern Allegan county fruit belt; only 60 rods
irom tne i-ere juarqueite nr. station; store,
postofflce, church and fine school; best of
soli; large orchard, good buildings, pure
water, etc.; price oniy aj.buu; half down,
balance to suit . For particulars address
W. L. Bleu man. tennvuie, Mich.
FOR SALE Perfectly eautpped noultrv
farm, 20 acres; sure crop; not affected by
frost, flood or drought; successful business
( years; finest Chicago trade; Investigate
details; III health. K. H. Wets, bouth
FOR SALE 200 acres good land: good
country, good neighbors; 15 acres rough
In timber, balance rolling to level; 28 acres
timothy, 16 clover. V) pasture. m hog pas
ture, ffi corn. 20 oats; S-room house and
tenant house, shed barn, graiairy (1,000
bu.), S other outbuildings; never falling
water; land advancing t!0 a year; tele
phone, R. r . D. : per acre, or will price
stock, crops, and give possession; 40 miles
from Kansas City, 5 miles Odessa, on C. &
A. R. R. J. W. Oray. Odessa, Mo.
FOR SALE A good ten acres; buildings
some fruit; miles south of bk Joseph.
60 acres, grain land; good buildings, well
ana windmill. Price S4.oua
10 acres, close to interurban station; good
buildings; partly trulted. price iz.bW.
- IV acres dlreotly on the Interurban rail
way, J' miles from tit. Joseph; good build'
Uigs, good soil, well fruited. Price 17,000.
Natural timber land lying directly on tilt
banks of St. Joseph river, lust across the
road from Interurban station. Will sell In
parcels to suit purchaser. This Is a fine
place for summer, tenuis 4k Plxley, Hu
LAFAYETTE COUNTY. MISSOURI.
169 acres, good 7-room house and other
outbuildings; t-aere orchard; all fenced
and cross fenced; about 80 acres bluegrasa
and clover; 80 acres In cultivation; good
well, windmill; four miles from May view.
Price $78 per acre.
WESTERN REAL K.ST ATE CO..
4U Karbaco Bldg.
FARM AXD HA1SC11 LAND FOR iAIE
FOR PALE 10. 20 or 30 acres choice fruit
land In Hitter Root Valley, Montana; under
fen.-e; 17 acres orchard; B. K. V. I. Co.
water right; houae, barn. Ice houae, other
buildings; attractive prices. Address Chas,
A. Carney, Corvallis, Mont.
Best 200 acre farm In Dodge county, Ne-
braaka. Modern Improvements; valued at
$1&,000.00. Houae has twelve rooms, two
stories and basement; sewer, water, patn
rooms, telephones, and register dial for
each room, and furnace, and also four fire
places. There Is an artesian well, with a
water flow of 1.000 gallons per minute.
Best fence In state on the farm. Will sell
all or sub divide. Have , option for one
week. Trice less than $100 rer acre. Wire
or write at ouce. Ueorge Falconer, Fre
46 BUSHELS WHEAT LAND.
$25 PER ACRE.
We own and control I0.0U0 acres of Choy.
enne county, Nebraska s cnoicest rarin
land now on the market. The heaviest
crop-yielding county in Nebraaka for ten
yearn; airaira also a leading crop; aaic ior
folder and full particulara; agents wanted
everywhere; write for our proposition at
once. Railroad fares rerundea ir tnings
not as represented. Fundlngsland & Sever
son, Sidney, Neb.
WANTED To buy bargains In cheap
Northwestern Nebraska lands In quarter
or half Bectlon lots only, Holt, Rock.
Brown, Keya Paha. Kimball. Dawes or
Banner counties preferred. Send full de
scription with lowest price.
W; L Selby
436 Board Of Trade Bldg.
$4,000 will buy H section of land t mill
south of Benkelman, county seat of Dundy;
Ijood soli, level road and close to . water.
Itox iui. Alb4a. Nab. Owner.
Korttt . Dakota.
FOR SALE A fine quarter, 24 miles
from Coteau; 120 acres under, cultivation;
here Is a good chance for someone to get a
farm, as the terms are easy; $3,W0; noth
ing cheap about this but the price. Lyon
Land and Loan Co., Bowbella, N. D.
FOR SALE Section of fine Dickey oounty,
North Dakota, land four miles from mar
ket: one-half under cultivation and now In
crop, balance now being broken up and
will be seeded to flax; share ot crop goes
to purchaser; 'owner must sell at once;
Drice low and terms reasonable, the biggest
snap on the market 111 Dakota land. Write
or call on xouker ti ferry, jiaienaaie.
25,000 ACRES choice North Dakota farm
lands for sale;' any alxe tracts. Write for
booklet with full description. ALFALFA
VALLEY LAND CO.. Towner, N. D.
FOR SALE A number of very good lm
Droved grain farms: rich black loam soil.
clay subsoil; well adapted for raising
wheat, flax, oats and altalla. xi. Ii. Tucker,
Courtenay, M. JJ.
DETAILED Information Furnished con'
earning Oregort and Washington. I am con'
stantly traveling through both states i
amlng fruit and farm land Investments.
Albertson Co., 286 Oak St., Portland, Ore.
FOR SALE 160-acre farm, U under cultl
vatlon; located SVs miles from good town on
M. & St. L. Ky in Walworth county, S. v,
f rice sa,uuu; terms, uniy reason ior selling
have located lift he south. B. 11. Bundy,
Houston, Texas. 908 Chronicle Bldg.
COME to Walworth county In the
famous Blue Blanket valley, where you
can buy the finest land in Mouth Dakota
at prices worth the money not boom
prices, several, thousand acres to select
irom on mujui ihe C, M. tit P. road
from Chicago- tw the Vaclflo coast. Act
auick. Prices are going higher every day,
Write for booklet and map. W. B. Myler,
Btlby, b. D. -
FOR SALS 320 acres: every acre tillable;
deep black soil: jiear town; price, 125 per
acre. rank Masnek, Jllmoati, o. u.
FOR SALE Altolma stork farm: 18,000
aores in one body. SO m.ie of Austin,
miles of Leander, eight good residences,
eight farms,, plenty of grass and water;
loo.ooo coras of wood on tana ana gooa
roads; 18 per acre, one-third cash. Other
large tracts at all prices. Box 664, W in
ternet, la '
BARGAINS IN TEXAS LANDS.
Tou are missing the best opportunities In
the United States today it you don't get in
touch with the bargains in the Texas rain
belt (Houston District. Next fall and
winter will be a. record-breaker In the sale
of these lands. We have the choicest list
of these bargains from 5 to 15 per acre,
ln all sized tracts from zoo to Zb.ouo acres,
Send for our.i list free. Address W. P.
ROSS & CO., First National Bank Bldg.,
1260 WILL secure option on 1.000 acres for
60 days. The biggest bargain In Texas
(rain belt). Only 18 pnr acre. Ureatest
activity In property adjoining this, where
large tract will be developed and sold this
tan at sat to .) per acre, rnis i,wv can
be turned at same prices. Best opportuniry
of the year for agent or buyer to make
handsome prom on small amount caan,
AddIv to owners for fullest particulara
C. S. Treadwell, 107 Dearborn St. Cochran
& McCluer Land Co., Chicago, 11L
FINE bearing peach orchard; Texas fruit
belt; trade Nebraska. U. P. Ntebblns.
S10 PER ACRE and up buys good farm
lands, frequently with Improvements, In
Virginia. Fine climate, water, markets and
society. send for aeaumui illustrated
Damnhiet. farm lists, rates, etc F. H
Labaume, A. & I. Agunt, N. & W. Ry., Box
110, Roanoke. Va.
FOR SALE 140 acres of land, 1 miles
from Eaale river. Vilas county. Wisconsin:
7 acres plowed; one-half mile lake frontage;
on town road; rous 01 ience; cheap and
on easy terms. Write Orant Lawton,
Antlgo. Wis. .
FOR BARGAINS In timber tracts and
cut-over lands, better write us today;
nothing better In the country. Grimmer
Land Co., Marinette. Wis.
LAND FOR THE LANDLESS
To the homseeker or Investor: Why not In
vest In Marathon county Improved farm and
cut-over landsT Healthful climate, produc
tive soli and best ot markets. Our out
over lands can be bought from $10 to l-'O
fier acre; $3 down on an acre and balance
n yearly payments. Write us now for
particulars. Make known your wants. Ad
dress The Edgar Realty Co.. Edgar, Wla
CHEAP FARM LANDS.
In western Nebraaka and Colorado, Writ
NEBRASKA LAND COMPANY,
HOMESTEAD and high-class cheap
lands. We can locate you on IM acres of
excellent homestead land In Oregon, Wash
ington. Montana or Canada. We can sell
you good wheat or fruit land at from 88
per acre up, with terms. Acme Homestead
and Realty Co., Room 8, Sherwood Bldg.,
610 Riverside Ave.. Spokane- Wash.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
OARVIN BROS., Sd floor N. Y. Life. $508
to $100.00) on Improved property. Ut delay.
WANT ED City loan. Peters Trust Co,
always on band and (or sals
amounts from ftOO to $3,000.
BENSON & MYEKS,
411 N. Y. Life Bldg.
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam arr.ttn ta Co.. uzv remain Bt.
MONEY TO LOAN-Pajrus Investment Co.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
tlOO to 110,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wtad Bldg., lMh and samara.
t O0 to 15.000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Katate Co.. 1V0S N. Y. Lite. Douglas
FIVE' PER CENT MONKT
to loan on
Omaha business property.
Room I. New York Lite Bldg.
IRAN'S to hnma nwnara and home build
ers, with privilege ot maklug partial pay
W. II. TUUUAS, -
(OS First National bank Bldg.
LOWEST RATES Bemia. Brandels Bldg.
FIVE PER CENT BONDS for sale. In
mounts from (20 to 16.000; we oaah them
any time. American bate Deposit Vaults,
lib 8. 17th. Bee Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
I. and 7-room houses. If prices are right
we can sell your property for you.
- (iUWATA LANU AND LOT CO..
Bulte 62 N. V. Ufa Bldg.
WB HAVE on har.J a number of Ink
barrels which we will sell for 60 cents each.
iney are tine for rain water or ashes. Call
at press room. Bee Publishing Co.
DO YOU WANT TO SELL PART Or
Writ a description ot IL bulldlnga
water, near what town. Make 70 words of
It all and send it to The Omaha Bee with
71 cents for each Insertion. People In Ne
braska Dave money and want land. The
look to The Omaha Bee fur real estate of
ferings. And thtv get them lo The U.
CONFECTIONERY that tileases every
body can be had at the
No. 24th St., South Omaha.
A REAL treasure house where you'll find
pleasing variety of appropriate Kift giv
ing things. Visit us and see display. Ja-
cobson & Furen Co., 2404 N St., So. Omaha.
The old reliable famltv LIQUOR dealer.
N. E. Cor. 26th and N. Sts.
YOU won't find a better store for millin
ery than the Ryan, where satisfaction Is
assured. 619 No. 24th St. South Omaha.
WANTED A S-nnri ailtn In MKhann fnr
iurm iana or gooa income town property.
Write and deacrihA what vml hav with
exchange price. Address Y a 74, care Bee.
NINE rooms, strictly modern: large' lot:
new; clear. Price, 87,000. Trade for land.
PLEASE give full description in first let
ter. NOWATA LAND & LOT CO., 828 N.
Y. Life Bldg., Red 1999.
Two-story, brick business block, two
stores, rooming house and basement all
rented, rrice, 8AJ.000. Will trade for land.
NOWATA LAND A LOT CO.
624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1999.
WE HAVE 83.000 of an eauity In a fine
section ot land nine miles from Lodge
Pole, Neb., that we will trade for the same
amount of Income residence DroDertv elur
of all Incumbrance. Price of land Is $12.60
per acre, it win take 82.MW cash besides to
handle this and there la 82.600 can run
three years. Tate & Barlow. Lodira Pole.
Three-story brick, business building, well
rented, clear. Trade for good land.
NOWATA LAND tt LOT CO..
624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1909.
FOR SALE OH EXf;HAVOn-1) arrea
rich, black soil: 1.15 acres smooth and till
able. No Improvements. About H miles
from McCook. Neb. 84.000. Want
clear Omaha residence.
We have some choice eastern ftalnreriA
lands at from 87 to 210 ner acre: worth
60 per cent more money now and will soon
double in value.
WESTERN. UNITED REALTY CO..
338-39 Paxton Block. Omaha. Neb.
WILL EXCHANflR new 4-cvllnder tour.
Ing car. best make. 21.360. for citv vacant
or resideneje property; will assume some in-
aeDteaness. Tel. Douglas 6768.
FOR exchange, 80-acre Farm near Kear
ney, Neb., for stock of groceries In east
ern Neb. Address Y 375. care of Bee.
HAVE good, smooth land, under the
Morgan and other ditches near Ft. Mor
gan, Colo., to trade for South Dakota
land. Write me. A. C. White. '304 Main
St., Ft. Morgan. Colo.
Stock Ranch Wanted
Western grazing and hay land; will trade
In 160 acres fine Iowa land and a brick
store building In a good Iowa town; will
take a large tract If good and price Is
right. Write or call. C. W. Underbill, 401
a. 4Zd St., umana.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
FOUR 2-atory and "basement modern
brick flats; property In fine condition, well
located; commanding good rental; extra
land for additional nats; valued, 830,000.
Owner will consider, choice Improved
farm or good, raw land at its valuev
Parties Interested give full particulars in
J. H. JOHNSON, 678 Brandels.
FURNISHED hotel and 17 lots In boom
ing So. Dakota town; hotel doing fine busi
ness. Owner wil sacrifice for cash or take part
land. Bal. back on place.
NOWATA LAND 4V LOT CO..
Suite 624, New York Life Bldg.
Phone Red 1999. Omaha, Neb.
$800 lot In Dundee for cottage.
'Vj0 lot in Hanscom Park for cottage.
$700 lot In Hanscom Park for cottage.
81.600 lot in Hanscom Park for house.
$3,D00, 8-room modern, excellent repair for
A-No. 1 building lot.
84,600, 7-room modern, new, Hanscom Park
for good lots or land.
86,600, 7-room, modern, new, near Crelgh
ton College for small farm.
Wray & Steven
610 Bee Bldg. Tel. Douglas 3407.
100 ACRES good land six miles from
Plalnvlew. Neb. For particulars address
Lock Box 726. Harlan, la.
MISFIT tailored ults-3S and $40 values
at $16. See A. Rubensteln. 2Us a. 14tn St
Martin Rubin, R. 21 old U. B. Bk. Bldg.
Q, A. LINQUIST CO., 236 PAXTON BLK.
FOR BUSINESS wear the new sack suit
but don't fall to patronize Ed. Thlel, Fine
Tailoring, Tia Bo. ititn t.
REAL cow hide leather suit cases at
$5.00. Every one guaranteed, other leather
goods etc., at equal values. Bee Alfred
Cornish & Son, 1210 1'arnam.
WANTED TO BORROW
WANTED TO BORROW 4)400 or SK foff
I year. Will pay hi per cnt lotcrtsu Ad-
A II H-tl
uiraa, ' ' o. gsssa
WANTED TO BUY
BEST PRICE paid for second-hand
furniture, carpets, clothing and shoes.
Phone Douglas 8V7L
WANTED 6,000 FEATHER BEDS. Write
it telephone Douglas I860. HEi'HUrULI
TAN FEATHER CO.. 80S N. toth.
Best Drloes for BROKEN WATCHES.
Old Oold. etc. NATHAN. 211 Bo. IStb Bk
I WANT to buy a 6-room cottsge not
mora than 12.600: not colored district, and
ran pay cash fur satisfactory property. W
SECOND-HAND clothing! party, after-
noon dresses. John Feldman, D, 812H, A-2ti.t8.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED to rent, from Ootoaee first.
b rauDoiisible rarty no children modern
houae In Weat Farnam or Field stub dis
trict, with at least tour bed rooms, not
Including aiaia rooma aaaress it sjs.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Prices Are Nominally Steady
at Friday's Figures.
HOGS ARE Al SHADE LOWER
mall Net Decllae la Valaea far tfce
Week, Da ta a Llaeral Re
ceipts Ah eep Are Nom
SOUTH OMAHA, May 2ft, 1910.
Catt'.e. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday ...
Official Tuesday ..
S.30S 4. ."4
11, V s.em
Official Friday ....
8X dnva 1 ki. l k Avf
Same days last week....R3
game days 1 weeks ago.18.4K3
game days weeks ago.18.8rtl
game days 4 weeks ago.19,4)
bame days last year.. ..17.006
ine following tablo shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
the year to date, compared with last year:
loi. . ivu lni. Dec.
i3.0M HSS244 17.814
" 8SS. 1.137.819 fMH'
8neD ba.2M OJ7 601 13.atS
The following table shows the average
prices of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days with comparisons:
.Dt I 10. lO.Il08.1807.18O8.lOS.l.
0l I 8 84 I ll 8 20 8 0t
44HI 7 0Z 8 I
8 2SI S l
8 8 8 l
I 8 24
6 23 8 291
8 191 S 281
8 22 8 17
7 101 8 14
T 141 8 ll
7 64 8 20
7 02 6 2S
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock yards, South Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ending at t p. m., yes
C, M. & St. P. Ry 2
Union Pacific Ry 12
C. & N. W. Ry., east 1
C. & N. W. Ry., weat 34
C. St, P., M. & O. Ry 1
C, B. & y. Ky., east 1
C, B. & Q. Ry., west 12
C. O. W. Ry....
Total receipts 66
Omaha Packing Co
Swift and Comnanv
Cudahy Packing Co
irmour ft CO
CATTLE As usual on a Saturday, there
was nothing of any consequence on sale
In the way of beef cattle and the market
waa nominally steady wltn yesterday.
Prices have been- very Irregular all week,
partly owing to the uneven distribution
ot the receipts and partly owing to the
fact that eastern markets were reported
very unsatisfactory. Both local dressed
peer men and eastern buyers showed a
strong preference throughout the week for
the heavy and well finished cattle, and aa
compared with a week ago, these do not
show more than a IO441I60 decline. On the
other hand, all classes of buyers have been
very bearish on the general run of medium
and pretty good steers and values show a
drop ot fully 25Zr36o for the week.
in cows and heifers the market has been
largely Influenced by the liberal receipts
of Texas cattle at other points. Strictly
good to choice fat kinds have commanded
a ready sale right along at prices very little
lower than a week ago, ana tne same noma
true as to tne tnin and common graaes.
The In-between kinds have suffered a de
cline of fully 2S35o and have been very
slow ana indifferent sellers throughout,
Veal calves have been In good request
right along at fully steady prices, but
there haa been a 104126c drop in Quotations
for bulls, staas and rouah stook a-enerally.
In Blockers-and feeders the volume ot
business haa been small. The recent heavy
decline lb prices has naturally stimulated
buying to some extent and the strictly
good to choice light grades ot steers and
heifers nave eoia to gooa aavantage rignt
along. The ordinary run of Blockers and
feeders have ahown little chai.ge In values,
with the trade quiet from tart to finish.
A good clearance haa been made for the
(Juotatlons on cattle Good to choice
cornfed steers. 87.36477.M: fair to good corn'
fed steers, u.7utai.o; common 10 lair corn
ted steers, 86.606. 60: good to choice cows
and heifers. 86.0oiii6.76: fair to good cows
and heifers, $4. 71x36. 75; comon to fair
cowa asid heifers, $2.76j4.60: rood to choice
stockers and feeders, .uMr.a; fair to
arood atockera and feeders. 84. i64i5. 40; com
mon to fair stockers and feeders, 83.600
4.76; stock belters, h.vdu.io; veai caivea.
$3.767.6U; bulla, stags, ate, i.wtfn.a.
HOGS Recently developed strength in
provisions has been a potent factor in
stiffening up values for hogs the last few
days, and although the week's receipts
have been liberal, closing prices are only
a shade lower than a week ago. The trade
opened out rather Quiet this morning, but
when the trade once opened out it waa
active and the big bulk of the receipts sold
in short order. Prices were pretty close
ta 10a h gher than yesterday ail around.
the popular figure being i.4u, as against
$9.25&9.30 yesterday. The narrow spread in
prices is at least partly due to the fact
that the quality ot the hogs has been very
good this week and extremes of weight are
fare. Alter inn Ulgnu uiuen jibu uocn
practically all filled, the market softened
a little and some of the late sollera had to
rrent shaded figures.
Notwithstanding the liberal supplies of
hogs this week ana tne rather aun ana un
WANTED TO RENT
We Are Getting Numerous Calls
For Houses of All Sites. List With Ua
nowata Land and lot co..
824 N. Y. Life Bldg. Phone Red IMS.
WANTED, to rent. 8 or 4-room modern
flat, in walking distance, or cottage, 6 or
6 rooms, from July 1. II., Postoftlce Box
EXPERIENCED steno., gen. office assist
ant, cauable of taking charge of office or
dept. Address u, uee otnee, council uiuiis.
STENOGRAPHER. years N. Y. City
office experience, open for position; capable
of taking charge 01 department, yvuareaa
M. Bee office. Council Bluffs.
Family washing, neatly done, rough dry
or bundles. 'Phone wetiaier M,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
proposals win do received wy tne euy
clerk of the city of O'Neill, Nebraska,
until eight 18) o'clock p. m. on Tuesday,
the 14th day ot June, 1910, for furnishing
material and constructing a complete San
itnrv Hewer System for the city of O'Neill.
Nebraska, In accordance with the plana
and specifications on file in the office ot
the city clerk, O'Neill. Nebraska, and in
the t.:flc of the engineers, Omaha, Ne
Estimated cost, $14,600.00.
Each bid to be accompanied by a certi
fied check of five hundred ($600.00) dollars.
Anyone desiring a set ot plans and
anacificattons for personal use mar ob
tain the same by application to the engi
neers and a payment of five ($6.00) per set
The elty reserves the right to reject any
and a 1 bias.
O. F. BIGLIN. Mayor.
p A t fl ("Murk
THE CONSOLIDATED ENGINEERING
CO.. Englneeis, 640 Bea Bldg., Omaha,
AU 114 esa sUfety Sartaas Wireless, at)
London-Pa rls- Hamburg
rraa Orutl Joe 6 I am.lOeal Walleraae Jane M
:li,Un.tl., Jul lUtSaU'B AS VU..Jun
HraerlaU...,,JM l'leaar Jn
K I...I.I.4 ,...,. Uilleitaclaa4 Jtilf I
taita-CtiUaa a a Lrw aHtaacaoi.
I IUbi tr elrwt. Na.
Hamburg-American Line. -46 Broadway, N
1 or bvcai Aavnt.
satisfactory tone to the trade during V
iiv nun of the week, the stii-iiglii U -
veioped during the last two dn s has b.
rnmidnrib e slid ins w ciueve wiiu
ir.in henlthv umlertoiie to the trade
prices are In very nearly the same notcnes
us they were al the close of iast week.
IlepTesentauva sales: -
Ki A. ft. Ne. a. M. rr. 2
14 US i t M f M M J
i il at 1 J w r
U ts. liu k U t 4'J
M M "
kit ... M tl I
M Vo lto I HI 4v
44 MI , II K '
W I, ... 14.., 1 !)
74 tit ... Jtuj N t a I
II 1M ... Il.a 4XK..I....XI 1W 4S ,
74 Ill (lltt H. Kl )
I ut ... int. si. a4 ' i w '
11 Ml M S; W Kl fcO ( 44
11 ! IHt) W M M I W
41 141 IK) I ITVa HI ... 40
II 1U M list M IW 4)
Kl iui M llvt U Ill l la
1 tr 1M ! 1 Ill 140 I W
4 Ui W I1 W IM t 4
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n iii m iw 4 tu r
u 111 it wii ...itta
;j 1U ll I 4 1 trl 11 t 4JVt
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.. 141 W I 44 i 110 ... 46
tl td W I
SHKLP Nothing of consequence was re
ceived In the way ot sheep ur lambs today
and the market remained nominally sleauy.
For the week the trade lias presented uo
especially new features. Laatein mutton
puces were slumpy at tno opening and local
Vulues uroppeu 10 luwci irwia un viaasea
of slock 011 Monday. More activity to the Wgt
demand during the laat tow uaya has ru- J
suited in soiuo little improvement, but kill- I
ers are still buying very sparingly and f
closing sales snow up a Utile loer tnau 1
weea ago. lieat nnnuy weigni snoru laint
aro not lur from steauy, tups being sure. 7 1
quotable at KVotl, but tlio ordinary run ,
ln-betwecn olferinge show oeoili.es of 10
8il- .. .... ... ' .
Sheep, wewicra i'punu, iiatq aiao ocen
scarce, out tneir noaence mi tieen
missed. Big muttons are unpopular tvitu
killers gt this time ot the year and nj
effort is made by buyers to enouuiage the
marketing 01 stoca ot . mis unaci lotion.
Strictly choice fed wethers on the handy- ,
weight order woviu pruuauiy sen around A
86 60 and ewes ot good quality nave beeu T
. . . - - - .w. ... . 1 r ..... I...
selling xrom to. w iu e.iu, price
buying some ( the best ewes hero this
uiiotatlons on ti& stock: flood to cliolci
lambs, $7.8(iQ8.60; fair to KOuii lUinb.-,
4J I.8&; good to choice wethers, tin . u . , '
fair to gooa wemere, eou-y-o. iu, ku-. i
choice ewes, $4.SOa'6.26; fair to goou .
$4. 064(4. 90.
4 HICAUO LIVE STOCK MARK UT
Cattle, Din 1 id t.ainbe Reported
gteady Ho Market lllaher.
CHICAGO, May 28. CATTLE Receipts,
estimated ' at 2Uu head; market steady;
beeves, $6 G0ru'3.u; Texas steers. $&.00ti.;
western ateera, $&.7&ij7.60: stockers and feed
ers, $3.i"'tf.40; cows and heiters, 2.;0ai.0);
calves, $6.76y.0O. '
I COOS Receipts estimated at 5.000 J
head; market, ttfic nigner; ugni, xu.w
tjfl.674; mixed, $9.40raM.V0; heavy, $M.3J
3.67H; rough, $8,3Mi.4; good to choice
heavy. $ft.4.v.9.70; pigs, $.l&r.6o; bulk of
9HEEP AND LAMBS Receipts estimate
at 1,000 head; market steady; native, 8S.60 .
6 60; western. $8.60cnfe.6; yearlings, $.
7.60; lambs, native, $A.2&b'$.80; western, $-.?
Kansas Cltr Live Block Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., May 28. -CATTLE
Receipts S00 head; including 100 southerns;
market steady; native steers, $6.08.10;
southern steers, $4. 40187.); southern cows,
83.60(Q.40; bulls, $3.60.00; western cows,
HOGS Receipts 1.600 head; market KfflOa
higher; bulk of sales, $t.464.66; heavy, $9.60
67H'. packers an! butchers, $S.4f.'fi.6;
light, $9.80iBS.46; ptgs, W.DOtf.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts none;
market steady; muttons, $4.omu.60; lambs,
$7.008.78; fed western wethers and year
lings, $4.2M)fi.26;fed western ewes, 84.0OS6.60.
Bt. Louis Live Stork Market.
ST. LOUIS, May 28. CATTLE Receipts,
100 head; no Texans; market steady. Na
tive beef steers, $6.75Q8.60; cows and helf
,ers.$3.60(u8.00; stockers and feeders, $1.00,9
6.26; Texas and Indian steers, $4.7.V&.00;
cows and heifers, $3.0u6.60; calves In car
load lots. $4.00a8.25.
HOGS Receipts, 8,000 head; market lOo
higher: pigs and lights, $8.76(9.66; packers
and best heavies, $9.60(714.70; butchers, $8.46(9
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 100 head:
market steady ;' native fnuttone, $4.505.7&;
lambs, $7.6098.76. 1
St. Joseph Live Stock 'Market.
ST. ' JOSEPH. May 28. CATTLE! Re
ceipts, 100 head; market, steady; steers, 86.78
uv7 "5; cows and heifers, 83.60ty7.2a; calves.
84.OOif7.60. ' 1
Hous Receipts, l.mio head: market 60
higher; top, 9.67Vi; bulk ot sales, $9.46.60.
too sneep on saie.
OMAHA GENKilAL MARKET.
Staple and Fancy Produce Prices Far
nlshed by Bayers and Wholeaalera.
BUTTER streamer v i 1 4.li-..i
tne retail traae. in l.ih ...ri.,r,. k: rt 1
In 60-lb. tuos, ac; No. , in l-lo. cartons,
etc; In 0-io. tubs, tie; packing siock, soud
pack, 2oVic; oairy, ui 00-lb. tuus, lUu. Mar
net changes every 'luesday.
CHEhibiJ Twins, imj young Amerrii,
17cj daisy, ll0; triplets, 16Vc; Uinbirtlv,
18c; No. 1 buck, luc; No. 2, lae; domest u
bwlss. 22c; Whole owlaa. itz; imported
POULlRY-Dressed broilers. $9.00 doi.j
tor storage, o.uu; ior trean spiings, 200;
hens, 18c, cocks, 12c; ducks, 2Uu; geesea,
lac; turkeys, Wc; pigeons, pr uu.. 1.20;
homer squabs, 84.00 pit dus.; tanuy squaus,
83.MI per uos.i mo. i, li.uv uer uo. auvu:
Broilers, from 1 to 1V iba., 40c; 1 to
lbs., 25c; hens, lac; old lousins, Hro; young
roosters, loc; ducks, full feathered, i.4t:
geese, full feathered, loc: turkeys. Uo:
guinea fowls, 2oo each; pigeons, IKw per
uua.) nuuiars, ao.vw per aoa, squaus, mo, l
$2.00 per dos.: No. $, 60c
FISH (all frosen) Pickerel, 10c; wnlteflah.
16c; pike, 14c; trout, lto; large orapples,
latU'lSu; Spanish mackerel, 18c; eel, ltfc; hau
dock, 13c; flounders, Uo. Green catXiah.
Kn ....... l'jrt. ..... 1 A a . -..,
white perch, 8c; wultefis. itxi; yeifcw
perch, 9c; bullheads, 12c; white bass, Wc;
roeshads. 81.00 each: shadroaa uer u.r
6O0; frog legs, 80c per dos. '
ueex uuia xtiusi jno. 1. lie: ua. 1 iiiu..
iu. Mviii., v, , Avi no. j, live:
No. 8. 8 c Round: No. . 'tin:' ii J
JH05 No. $, Jc- -
FRUITS Strawberries. Missouri. 24-n
cases, per case, $2.7&44.00. Oranges. Call
farnia L'anella arid Producer hrn,,.i. u.
land navels, bO-V6 slses, per oox, $3 126
slse, per box, $8.26; 160 sise. $8.60; 17t) ard
smaller slses, per box, $4. Olner brands
from Riverside and other districts, per box
$8.003.60; HO-96-112 slses, per box. $2.76; Ha
vana Mediterranean Sweets, 126-112 sise,
per box, 83; 160 and smaller sixes, per box
$3.26. Lemons, Llmonlera, extra fancy, juw
-869 sises, au.&v; enoioe, iuu-mu sizes, per
box, $4 76; 240 else, 60c per box leas, ba
nanas, funcy select, per bunch, ti.ZQl.M-
Jumbo, bunch, 82.7i4jJ.76. Urare fruit.
Florida, 46-b4-ii4-80 sues, per box, is. Pine,
annlea. Cuban. 30-36-42 slses, $3.j0: Florida
24-30-36-42 slses, $4. 26. Apples, Ben Day I,
per bbl., $t.26, California fancy W. tll'jr
pearmalns, per oox, ., t-aiiiornia exit
fancy, Peariiiulns, Red Wood brands, per
box. $2 25; extra fancy Iowa Jonathans, per
tbl.. $6. Cherries, California, pr JO-lb.
1-lb. pkgs. in dox, per u. igs, Cali
fornia, 10c slse, 80c.
VkiiircTABLEB Irish potatoes. wi.-
sin and native, per bj tiO-rfWo; Colorado,
per OU., 00c ; iti" yvv-.w., ,ii nacKS por
lb., 2c. Beed sweet potatoes. Kansas, per
ki.i 1 Cabbase, new California . n.i
southern, per lb., SHC. Onions, 'lexas crys
tal wax, per crate, $1.90; yellow, pur crate,
$1.86. Old vegetables: Parsnips, carrots.
7 . . In ..-I,. - IK u .. ..... '
beets, iu'"i. " auruo,
extra fancy, white, per lb., 17c; rod. per
icir.W SOUTHERN VEGETAnT.ir.Bt
Radishes: Per doa, bunches, . 35c. Turnips- s'
per doa bunches, 46c. Carrots: per dux.
bunches, two. ramey; rer ana bunches.
60c. Beets; rer aos. punches, too. Spinach:
per bu., 1 10a., wo. tg plenr4Kancy
Florida, per dot.. $l.B0tjj.u6. Tuint.ies:
Fancy Florida or Cuba, per 8-bbk. crate,
1i. 76; choice, 82.26. airing and wax beans:
'r hamper, about 26 lbs., $3.00. Qreen
peas: Per hamper, $2 60. Cacumuers: 4 lot
house, per dos., $1.01.26; Texas, per f,i
7o; per bu. box, $2 Ma. T
HOME GROWN VEOETABLLS -Radishes:
Extra fancy home grown, per
doa bunches, 20c. Lettuce; Extra fanoy
leaf, per doa, 400; head lettuce, per doa.,
76o. Parsley: Fancy home grown,, per dos.
bunches, 400. Rhubarb: Per dos. bunches,
46c Asparagus: Per doa bunches, 76c.
Ureen onions; per doa bunehes, 26c.
MISCELLANEOUS Horaoradlah: Two
uiani 1 wa
aua in oase, tu.u. vyainuts: niac-K, per,
sc; caiiroriua, no. 1, per in., 17c; ua
No. 2, per lb., 14c Hickory auta:
per lb., 4c; small, per lb., ic C'ucoanuui
rer saua, sa.w; per am., sea
Omaha Har Market.
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