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THE HKE: OMAHA, MONDAY, J ONE 27, 1910.
REAL to. ATE
PARK AND IIANCII LA. l FOR IALB
TOU CAN STAT AT HOME
And make llig Money
On dollar a montn Kill make you part
owner In one of the greatest fruit, truoK,
Iet-an, orchard, resort, hotel and general
hlgh-cisss development proposition ever
Inaugurated iu this state ot phenomenal
opportunities. Send (or proof of ihla siaie
ineiil and full particulars.
J. A. Holloraon, President, Jacksonville, Fla.
We Guarantee 7 Net
1 iih Twin Falls Tract. TliK LA HO
EST IKKlUATlON TRACT IN THE
WOULD, is peopled with a lot pf good
citizens. Tiiey Deed money lor SEED,
implements, iiome building. We guar
uniee 7 per vent net on all money you
can lend. Security approved. Write
to us about this.
foinierly of Omaha,
FILER, TWLN FALLo COUNTY,
2 MILES of Council Llutrs, all good new
lanu. well improved; ubout 2 acres bear
ing fruit; Improvements would cost about
82.o00 or more; non-resident owner says
sell for $3,000, one-third cash, balance, long
time at per cent.
McGEE HEAL ESTATE CO.,
U 1'eHrl St.,
Council Bluffs, la,
IUCII valley land, not subject to over
flow; 6-room house, good barn, 6 acres
bearing fruit, nice yard, set with ever
gieens and shrubbery on main road, level
all the way to city; 4 miles east of Council
Hluffs and 1V4 miles from car line; school
across the road; small store building on
ilia "ini."! wiicia uwnn la-i vi - ("vu wu.
ness If he cares to. Look at it; you'll Bay
it Is worth the money at 14.200.
McGEE REAL ESTATE CO.,
14 Pearl St.,
FOR SALE Improved farm, 640 acres,
600 tillable, 600 level, fenced and cross-
fenced, watered with sorliiKS and ponds.
Home bay land, 300 pasture, no rock. 220
cultivated, 7a wheat, 26 spelts, 16 barley,
76 corn, crops fine: balance teed; 4-room
stone house, stone burn, granary, room
for 1,000 bu., ben house, crib, cattle shed,
good well, mill, tank, brood bouse, full
set of Implements, 2 horses, set ot harness.
20 cattle, l brood sow. 300 cmcaens, orcn
ard, all kinds of fruit, telephone; black
soil, clay subsoil: buildings Insured; 2
miles to school and Dostofflce: price $13,000.
$10,800 cash, $2,200 6 years at 6 per cent; 12
miles to town, no agents. Write owner.
A. P. CARLETON,
Grove County. Alan thus. Kansas.
FINE CASS CO.". MISSOURI. FARM
400 acres, oue mile of railroad town, 35
miles Kansas City; all in cultivation and
grass; all rich, fine lying land; 8-room
house, barn and outbuildings: well fenced
and watered. It ycu want a bargain In a
well located grain and stock farm, you
can't beat It; only $65 per acre; good terms
Q. W. C LARDY INV. CO..
101 Commerce, Kansas City, Mo.
TIMBER and ranch land bargains In
South Missouri. Morris as Walker, Moun
tain View. Mo.
It acres; 12s miles southeast ot Kansas
City. 70 acres in cultivation, aox house;
good barn; out buildings and fine water and
grass; large orcnara or. aiiierem varieties
of fruit, t inlles to good trading point. Close
to school and church, price $3,500. This 4s
a money maker.
203-5 Sheldley Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.
, .. Klchlgaa.
No, 120 acres, cleared, small house and
barn, some fruit, near town, fins fruit load.
No. 140 acres, cleared, good house and
' earn, plenty or irult, level, good soli, $1.20.
No. 8200 acres, rich loam soil, level, 4
inlles Muskegon, slty 30,000; $12 per acre, U
, (the EVANS-HOLT CO.. Fremont, Mich.
40 ACRES, $200.
HALF CASH. BALANCE 13 TEARS,
The land Is situated cot far from Bay
City, Michigan, and adapted for farms,
graslng or fruit. Perfect titles, and will
bear close inspection. The above price and
terms are made to close an estate quick.
if vnn want iiiiir nuira amid vi.nr ontinn I
(n now, with $1 per acre, aud balance to
be paid whoa deeds are returned.
BRADFORD & COMPANY,
' 84 Adams tit., Chicago.
THESE ARB WONDERS.
READ. READ and wonder. Praatlcallv a
gift; 240 acres; lies like a garden; 175 aores
cultivated; balance on timber and pasture
on ueauuiui river; good nouse. ivi story;
good barn and other buildups. Bulldlnej
carry $2,WM) Insurance; farm all fenced and
cross fenced; rural mall and telephone;
three miles to town, nine miles to railroad
town; 100 fine bearing apple trees and other
fruits. THE PH1CE-4TS $18 PER ACRE.
Think ot lu Thure is not auother such bar-
iiatn- lu the woild.
W acrea SDlendio. land. 60 aores cultivated
balance in flue hardwood timber: 7 miles to
town; rural mall and telephone; good house
ana Darn; a wurut,ui ul UAKUAIM.
Pi Ice $1,753, $1,000 caah, balance to suit you.
We are always the leaders la bargains;
vuivn try to XOIIOW.
bend for full particulars,
H. W. SAWYER,
FORCED BALE An excellent 60-acre
lerm, an smootn ana level, no swamp or
wet land, very nroduutive: with success
fully grown corn, clover, wheat, vegetables
, and fruit; 6-ruom house; beautiful shade;
i large barn, poultry house, tool house, etc.:
I also plenty of choice bearing fruit. Thla Is
. a real larut and one that will make money
, for any live man. It is on main road.
close neighbors, schools, etc.; only about
10 minutes' walk from the biggest lake lu
. Aiicmgan wneie there Is sood boating, flah.
, lug or bathing. This farm must be sold
quick and we therefore make the price
, i,tw; woe-nun casn, oaiance to sun Duyer.
' 11. C. DivEd. bog U, Martin. Mich.
V LAND FOR SALE.
' Write me today.
E. F. FREMONT. NEWAYGO CO.. MICH.
SNAP Money-making country home
: stock, tools and crop complete; one of the
1 best 70-acre farms lu the state, practically
level, lays auoui tvt uiuci trom town, on
beautiful made road, close neighbors.
schools and church. This farm borders on
a beautiful lake, an elegant spring brook
flows across it, large new 8-rooiu field stoue
residence, big baeemeut or cellar, large
verandas; big, new barn, room for 4 bead
of hoi sea. 8 cows, also carriage and tool
room; lota of choice bearing fruit. Thla
farm is high clasa In every i aspect and we
Bi-A mulftriir . wrfcat aiL,rifti!A arnn wr nff..
ll. It juusl bs sold quick and we will let
everything go in the way of machinery,
i .tn. it tn. There Is avarvthlnc from a
pitchfork to self binders, all machinery is
I uractlcally new, also wagon, carriage, liar-
nesses. 60 chickens. 6 cows, 4 horses, bogs,
- - - . . ".
nv jo utile uuyer will uioi kum urii'Ai
$3,a00; must have $1,200 cash, balance can be
paid In email yearly payments. Will give
possession and turn everything over to
buyer in 48 bours. If you are ready to
snap the biggest bargain on earth, don't
miiis acting tins quick.
THE FRED PARR CO..
Bos E. PlaJuwelL.Mlcb,
IF SOLD AT ONCE '
IN acres; good soli; apple orchard; 40
acres timber; 8-room house; good barn;
82 acres; a sandy loam; T acres maple
and aim timber; two large apple orchards;
10-rooin house; large frame barn.
Within four miles market and mala line
$3,200; cash 1700; balance easy
WA.YLAND REALTY CO..
I . Way I and. Mich.
- A SNAP.
30 ACRES FRUIT. VEGETABLE AND
In ranter nf Alichluan: near countv aeat and
railroad town and fine lake: 100 aDule tree,
luo peach trees, 7u0 small fruit; raises 40t
bushels of potatoes to an acre; good soil;
clear title; only 3300; $J0 down, 310 per
month, without interest, or 3-w on lor rtash:
roust sell; might throw in cow (T 40 chick
(OWNER. R. 403, 115 Dearborn s)t, Chlcaj
FARM A.NP HAX.1I LA.HU FOR SALE
FOR ALFVt.7 aero In Jefferson
county, Montana, at 110 per acre, en essy
trnns. Thla tract la located 2Vj miles from
town of Whitehall, a tnnfty l.ttle city on
the N. P. and C, M. A St. I'. coast line;
2.0HQ acres of thla tract Is under Irrigation;
water nitrite from the Jetterson river.
Abou' 1.2ml acres bottom land, about 71 per
cert of thla tract la tillable, balance suit
able for pait ii re. Thla tract is located in
the famous Montana apple bait and Is a
13.000 acres. Mnihe county. Musselshell
valley, Montana. $17 per acre; easy terms;
located on C. M. & Hi. P. R. II.. JV8 miles
from two good towns; at least 80 per vent
or thla tract is sul:able 'or farming. A
good proposition to cut ap Into small farm;
4.000 to 6.0"0 acres can be Irrigated; many
Prlngs furnish abundance of water the
MARTYN STUART LAND CO.,
Aberdeen. 8. 1).,
And IS Palace yidg.. Minneapolis.
DID YOU EVER
hear of tho Sidney draw in
Cheyenne county, the best land
in western Nebraska; Y2 section
7 miles from Railroad, $15 per
acre, if taken immediately. You
can stand on one corner and see
every part of it. 13 497, Dee.
LOTS FOR FIFTY
CENTS A WEEK
8ee N. P. Dodge A Company's advertise
ment In this paper of lots for sale In
South Omaha for $1.00 down and GO cents
a WKek, without Interest or taxes.
BARGAIN In Platte Valley Irrigated
FarmI Extra good 160 acres; must be sold
quick. 60 acres alfalfa, 80 acres best wheat
grass meadow lu the country; 30 acres to
other crops. $85 per acre. Write quick for
terms and further Information to Bug No.
101 tiering, Neb,
160 acres unimproved prairie land. AH
level, good land. In good neighborhood. 8
miles northeast of O'Neill. Ibis Is a bar
gain. Price $25 per acre.
Sarpy County Snap
A beautiful home, hlahly ImDroved. 160
seres, fine land; 10 miles to Omaha, 6 miles
to South Omaha stock yards. Price if
sold quick, $100 per acre.
C R Combs,
I Room 16 Old U. 6. Nat Bid.. 12th and
iiroatn rnone, u. JftlS.
THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITY.
Land in the Mouse River loop, where
crop failure Is unknown. Hon. J. J. Hill
says this land is all worth $100 per acre,
and he knows. Will rent and tav 10 ner
cent on Investment. What Is your money
earning? The finest Dralrle land In the
world. Write me for list. It is free.
K. K. GO WIN. Gienburn. N. D.
To be sold at Dublio auction. June X. 1810.
A 8-stor.v. modern. 60-room. brick hotel
bunding in city of 6,000, Stillwater. OkL
Best located property in city. Stillwater
Is center of lnterurban system now build
ing, has other good railroad facilities, has
state agricultural school; city is growing
rapidly. This hotel has best business In the
city, out the proprietor must sell on so
count of poor health. Will sell furniture
and building on day of sale with privilege
oi leasing it nuiicung itsen does not roll.
Inquiries concerning this property and
terms of sale will be promptly answered
py me unaersigned.
johim juust, Sr.. Stillwater. OkL
BUY farm lands now. Ther are dallv In.
creasing in value. There la a limited amount
or lanu, out no limit to tne future popula
tion. The Pacific Northwest Is the present
land of opportunity. We have a fine assort
ment of farms, some of which will suit
you. Write us today, stating your require
ments, and we will mail you full particulars
free. The Card Realty & lav. Co.. 628
lienry Bldg., Portland, Ore.
IRRIGATED FRUIT LANDS,
Rogue River Valley,
Declared by government experts to be the
most perfect fruit belt In the world: errand
sweepstakes prize; Spokane Natloral Apple
show; has received the highest prices ever
paid tor fruit In the New York and Lon
don markets; orchards now producing over
fi.uuu net per acre.
irrigated orchard tracts on payment plan.
ranging In price from $225 per acre for un-
developed lanu to vou per aero lor devel
SOUTH DAKOTA CORN AND ALFALFA
The rush is on for Stanley countv: buv
lands near the new railroad and double
your money in the next year; 20,000 acres
to select from; $10 to $18 per acre. Call or
write r euana tteaity Company, 631 Palace
ttiug., Minneapolis, Minn.
ICO acres. 7 miles from Watertown. !
miles from Foley, beautiful slightly roll
ing land, free from pond, creeks, gravel
or stone, 155 acres Into, crop, 6 acres nav.
no buildings, for a quick sale $52.50 per
acre, cash down to a $2,600 mortgage now
on the land, 6 per cent, purchaser gets
one-third crop delivered.
bfA acres, all prairie, no imorovementa.
400 acres good farm land, 160 rough pasture
ikuu, xx iiiiiea irom waieriown, s miles
irom otner towns, u s wortn 3b per acre,
we are offering it for $25 for a aulck sale.
cash down to a $3,800 mortgage now on
the land at 6 per cent.
If you are on the market for a bargain
In land you ahould lose no time In seeing
these. Address Walklln & Bushey, Water-
town, ouuut xjuaoia.
FOR SALE 820 acres: every sere tillable!
seep black soil; near town; price, $36 per
acre, a ran anuow, auuoaii, a. u.
TWO TEXAS FARMS FOR RALJB.
131 acres. 100 In cultivation, alfalfa, eora
and potatoes; three miles from the town
ot Wharton; on the Colorado river; no
uvvniv1! w iiiiiea irum nousion.
Also 85 acres, 85 in cultivation, corn; ad'
Joining the above place; V of mile to i
railroad switch; party can get immediate
possession; will take $00 per acre for one
or Dotn piacea. write to the owner. A.
Norton. Wharton, Tex. Terms.
YOU OUGHT TO KNOW ABOUT IT.
J,1 . county seat In the center of the Rio
Grande Valley and Irrigation; has railroad,
canals, new court house, good bank.
school, brick business houses; Chapln needs
people xo oeveiop its great resources
they're rich enough to make you rich. Ask
I rui UIM "
CHAP1N TOWN8ITB COMPANY,
WANTED Anvona Interoatrrl In Wona
or loyati valley lands. West Texas, to
write me and l win send free literature
aiaggie c aw ley. Marietta, O.
VIRGINIA FRUIT FARM,
326 AfRRrt tli un
Two-storv house: 11
3 porches: ample outbuildings; apple
orchard of 600 Albemarle plpulns. wine
faps and other blgh-prlced varieties; the
trees are 13 years old. and beinar Iwatj1 in
the great fruit belt ot Aibemarle county
they are hardy and thrifty, and will yield
a lifelong income; IV. miles to railroad
atatlon; surrounded by good neighbors. If
taken ai urn-, ouiy ae.suu; part cash, bal
ance on easy terms. For further details,
see page 14, "Strout's Farm Catalosue No.
30, Second tuition." It describes other
rare uar.ama irom sa an acre up In Vlr-
gtnia, Maryland and the south. Cony fraa.
Station 7. E. , A. btrout. Union Bank
Bldg., Pittsburg, Pa.
When you have anything to aell or trade
advertise It In The Bee Want Add columns
n1 Mt au, rMUlt ,
FARM AMD HA.XII 1. A .Ml FOI1 9ALK
SO-acre Improved farm for ll.fSOO. This
farm has 20 acres cleared free of stumps
and under cultivation; land Is luvel; good
clay loam soli, clay subsoil; no stone; his
90 acres ot heavy hardwood timber such
aa sugar maple, oak, bass wood and birch,
no underbrush In the timber; balance of
land easy to clear. 'Ihls farm borders on
a beautiful lake with good fishing. It hits
a new frame house with seven rooms all
complete ready to move Into; and a new
stable, 16x16. Farm la located sis miles
from Cumberland and three miles irotn
Barronett; In a well settled farming coun
try; Germans and Americans; on main
traveled road, near schools, churches and
creamery. There Is timber enough on this
farm that when sold will pay the Interest
no. taxes lor five years, irrmi I.W cash.
balance on time to suit purchaser. We
Iso own another 60 of unimproved land
that loins this farm In case you want more
land. Send for our special list of other
farms and timber land we own. also our
book on northwestern Wisconsin. We are
located In Barron county, 78 miles north
east of St. Paul. Address VVIrcotisln Col
onisation Co., Cumberland. Wis.
tOU CAN BUY LAND FOB $10 A MONTH
good land at from IS to $20 an acre.
In Vilas and Oneida counties, Wisconsin.
We charge no Interest, We par the taxes.
Insurance clause in the contrnct.
BEST OPPORTUNITY IN THE COUNTRY
for man of moderate means to
OWN A FARM AND BE INDEPENDENT
Write for map and book to Dept. 3
F. BAM BORN CO., Kagle River. Mrla.
CAN locate Dartles on desirable timber.
fruit, agricultural and crazing lands. In
California. Oregon and Washington. Special
government land list, with laws, sent to
all interested parties. West American Land
and Timber Co.. Sacramento, CaL. 719V4 K
HAVE YOU A FARM FOR 8AI.R OR
TRADE T Or do you want to buy one?
Make your want known throus-h TMR tiles
MOINES CAPITAL, the want medium of
iowa. nates: l cent a word ror each Inser
tion, 6 cents a line. 70 cents an Inch. Cir
culation, 4LO0O. lamest of any Iowa dallv.
Give us a trial. Address The Capital, Land
1-rpt., uea Moines, iowa.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
GARVIN BROS.. 3d floor N. Y. Life. $500
to 3100,000 tin improved property. No delay.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
Farnam Smith & Co., 1220 Farnam St.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
always on hand and for Bale
amounts from $300 to $3,000.
BENSON & MYERS,
412 N. Y. Life Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
wend Bldg.,- lxth and Farnam.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Brandels Bids,
COAT and PANTS to order. $20: Derfect
III. MaOtAKIH I -W llvSUIM , 304 S. lljth."
$500 to $5,000 on homes in Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co., 1003 N. Y. Life. Douglas
SECOND morteraees negotiated. 526 New
Omaha National Bank Bldg. Doug. 4334.
LOANS to home owners and home build
ers, with prlvileite of making partial pay.
W. H. THOMAS,
603 First National Bank Bldg-
REAL ESTATE WANTE D
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
6 and 7-room houses. If prices are right
we can sen your property lor you.
JSOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 628 N. Y. Lite Bldg.
WANTED Good rental property, $1,600 to
$3,000, for choice vacant lot or lots, one-
third to one-half the value, balance spot
cash. Ulve particulars of property offered.
Address s, nee.
FOR RENT Five room modern. 23d
D streets. Phone D. 6073.
WE can trade anything, anywhere.
LATHROP & TO BIN.
D. 20C6. 421 Bee.
WE will trade our equity of $1,200 we
have In a fine quarter of land northwest
irom ijodge pole for either a Chalmers
Oakland, Velle, Overland or E. M. F. four-
cylinder automobile; car must be prac
tically new; no others need answer this
ad. Tate & Barlow, Lodge Pole, Neb.
Double apartement house, strictly mod
em, close-in. Good Income payer. Price
$10,000, nitge. $2,500. Want land. Might take
an automobile. Don t need rain to make
this pay. Nowata Land & Lot Co., 624
N. y. cire viag., umana, Neo. Phone
9 rooms, all modern: easy walking dig
tance; price $5,000; mortgage $1,250; give
legal numbers in first letter, it saves time.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
624 N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
Phone Red 199.
MISFIT tailored suits $35 and $40 values
at $16. see A. Kubensteln. zil S. 14th SL
O. A. LINQUIST CO., 235 PAXTON ELK.
FOR evening functions full dress Is the
rule, and to get It made right see Ed Thlel
Tailor, 718 s. 16th St.
WANTED TO BUY
BEST PRICE paid for second-hand
furniture, carpets, doming ana shoes.
Phone Douglas 3a 11.
SECOND-HAND clothing; party, after.
noon dresses. John Feldman, D. 3128. A-2636.
BEST prices for 2d-hand clothing. D. 3440.
Safes One large and one medium slse
safe, state slse and price. M 280 Bee.
BEST nrloes for BROKEN WATCHES,
Old Gold. etc. NATHAN, ill B. IZtQ St.
DUPLICATING business; state price and
full particulars. Address X 801, Bee.
WANTED TO RENT
We Are Getting Numerous Calla
For Houses of All Sites. List With Us.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
(24 N. Y. Life Bldg. Phone Red 1999.
BOARD and rooms In modern house for
man, woman and child. Phone Doug. 1963.
Ask for G. T. Preston.
WANTED By young man, large room,
south exposure, with running water
private bath. Walking distance. State loca
tion ana price. Aaaress x ni, uee.
WANTED dressmaking to do by the day,
Prices reasonable. Address, A -401, nee.
TRAINED NURSE will care for mentall
defective or crippled children. Box 827,
all afegera Safety Devloes (Wireless, eta.1
Pres. Lincoln. Jlr4IAM psnnsjrltanls ..July
AnMTlks July 1 VtaMlanS July
praa. Urant......luly U Kali n Aui. Vie Juljr
Cincinnati July tt Praa. Lincoln ..Aug.
Klti-farlion a la Carts hiurni.
KHimburi dlracu N;.
Hamburg-American Line, 46 Broadway, N.
H er irfocat stiiiu,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
proposals will be received by the city
clerk of the city of O'Neill, Nebraska until
eiKht M o'clock p. m. on Wednesday, the
W.h day of July. 1910. for furnishing mate
rlnl and constructing a complete sanltnry
sewer system for the city of O'Neill. Ne
braska. In accordance with the plans and
spei-lflcHtions on file In the office of the
city clerk. O'Neill. Nebraska, and In Uie
ofilce of the engineers, OmuhA. .Nebraska.
Each bid to bi accompanied by a certi
fied check of five hundred ($!. 00) dollars.
Any one desiring a set of plans and spec
ifications for personal use, may obtain the
same by application of the engineers and a
payment of five ($5.00) dollars per set.
1 he city reserves the ritrni to reject any
nd nil hid a. O. F, P.IOLIX, Mayor.
M, J. Hammond. City Clerk.
The Consolidated Engineering Co., Ens-l
ee is, 640 Bee Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
r"ORT MEADE, S. D., JUNE 20TH, 1910.
healed proposals, In triplicate, will bo re
ceived here until 10 a. in., mountain tlmo.
uly 20th, lllio, for constructing Concrete
)am, Spillway, Valve Chamber. eA:., In
niiectlon with the Fort Meade, S. D,
ater system. Plans and specifications
ay be seen at the offices of Chief tjuar
t master. Department of the Missouri.
maha. Neb.; Department ot the Colorado,
enver, Colo.; Department of the lakes.
hlcago. 111.; Department of Dakota, St.
an I. Minn., and this office, nt which lat
er plsce all information may he obtained
on application. A deposit of 810.00 to insure
eturn is requirea before plans arc sent on
Individual application. Envelopes contain
ing propoHals should lie endorsed
Proposals for Dam and addressed to the
RAILWAY TIME CARD
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Om.-St, Louis Ex(..a 6:30 p. m . a :25 a. m.
Man ana express. .a i;o a. m. ail;15 p. m,
btanberry Loo'l (from
Council Bluffs.... b 5:00 p. m. bl0:15 p. m.
Chicago, AinwauM.ee v St. Paul-
Overland Llmltea .... all. 43 pm 7.68 am
Omaha-Chicago Express. b 1.1s am 8.30 am
Uuiaha-bavaniia Ex c "..la am 8.30 am
Colo-Calif Express a 6.uo pu 3.25 pin
Colorado Special a 7.62 ain 11. bin
Perry-Omana Local o o.io pui Ji-0i pm
Chicago Expieas ....
Cuioago Limited ....
.a 7:00 am 2:45 pm
.a 6:00 pm a 7:45 am
iiinn.-ou Paul Ex..
.0 7:00 am
Miuu.-bt. Paul Ltd..
..a 6:00 piu
a 7:46 am
b 11:33 am
uuiatia-ij'U Dodge Loc.b 4:15 pin
Omaha Express .a 7:00 am
Clucago iocai al2:00 pm
a 3:2 pm
a 3:28 pm
a 1:65 am
u 3:28 pin
Coioiado-cuivago a o:2V xm
w'nicaau bueoiai ,....... -a :v 111a
Pacuiu Coasi-Cgu;ago..a .u0 pm
iua AUgeiea J,niiieu... a s.tsi pal
Denver Special ..,
ail:4o pin a 7: am
al3:40 uu a 0:33 am
a : pui a 9:60 am
Fast Alau ...
a 8.2b pm
Twin City E.yress a 7:50 am al0:20 pm
bloux Cuy J-wcai a 3:4a pm a t;& pm
Minn, sc Daaoia ix....a 7:uu piu a 9:i5 am
Xwiu City Limited a :w yui a 7:30 am
Llncoln-Chadron - a 1 :aw am
all :00 am
Norfotk-Lonesioel a TUN am
a 6:30 pm
Lahi t iiiu-oo. 'iatte....b 2:10 pm
Hastings-Superior b 2:15 pm
o o:4 pin
Deadwuod-uot bprings.a 2:5u pin u 6:20 pm
Casuer-iauuer a 3:w pin all:oo am
k'remunl-Aiuion ...D 8:30 pm b 1;35 pm
BURLINGTON VTA. IOTH AlASO.V
Barllngton . ,
Denver and California. .a 4:10 pm a 8:45 pm
Puget souna express.. .a 4:10 pm a 6:10 pm
..as:2uam a e:io pm
..a 4:10 pm a 6:10 pm
..all:25pm a 7:00 am
..a 8:20 am a 6:10 pni
..a 8:15 -m a 6:10 pm
Loncoln Mall ....1
-- ) 8:08 am
... a 7:25 pm a 7:50 pm
...b 8:05 pm bl0:20 am
,..a9:18am a 8:50am
,.a 12:30 pm a 2:40 pm
,..all:2o pra a 7:00 am
..a 7:16 pm all. :06 pm
a 4:30 pm a 8:56 pm
Chicago Fast Express.. .a 6:20 pm a 8:00 am
Iowa Local.. a 9:15 am al0:30am
Cieston-lowa Local a 2:30 pm el0:80am
St. L.ouls Express a:wpm au:a,rt
K. C. and Su joepn....aiu:o pm a:s:-uta
K. C. and SU Joseph. ...a 9:15 am a 6;W sir,
K. C. and oU josepn....a .w pui
WEBSTER STATION Flfteeatst and
b 1 :60 pra bl3 :10 pm
Paul, Minneapolis tr
Bloux City Express b 2:00 pra bll:43am
Omaha Local o 6:20 pm
Kloux City Passenger b 9:Z0 pm
Twin City Passenger. ...b 8:30 am
Sioux Cltv Local C 8:35 am
Emerson Local b 6:65 pm b 9:10 am
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle, heep and Lambs Steady Hog
CHICAGO, June 15. CATTLE -Receipts
estimated at 1.000 head: n.arket steady
beeves. 15.Ktt8.X: Texas steers, $5.40tri'7.15
western steers. 85.30(h7.&0: stockers and
feeders, 3.75,iif.sr,; cows aud heifers, tlWit
6.75: calves. 8tOUil.60.
HOGS Keceints. estimated at ts.ouu neao
market 6ril0c higher; light, $9.404f9.75
mixed, $9.30(9.66; heavy, $9.009.&6: rough
$9.00ij9.&6; good to choice heavy, $9.15c9.55
pigs, iH.zuiy. iu; duik oi saies, s.idiuv.uo.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, estl
mated at 1.600 head: market steady; native,
$3.00,(16.70; western, $3. 2fj.it 15; yearlings, $5.50
tii50; lambs, native. st-iow'-Jo; western,
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, June 25. CATTLE Re
celpti). 300 head. Including 200 southerns;
market steady; native steers, $5.204i8.25;
southern steers, $3.&0(((6.7u; southern cows,
$2.76&5.00; native cows and heifers, $2.75
7.25; stockers and feeders, $3.6Ot.0O; bulls,
$3.75(35.80; calves, $4.008.00; western steers,
$0.0o,uS.0O; western cows, $3.25U.00.
HOGS Receipts, 2,000 head; market 6
10c higher; bulk of sales, $9.259.50; heavy,
$0.25(19.36; packers and butchers, $9.35
9.46; light, $9.409.50; pigs. $8.759.10.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 200 head;
market steady; muttons, $4.00n.00; lambs.
$b.OOiil7.60; fed wethers and yearlings, $4-0
8.00; western ewes, $4 00uv4.75.
St. l.ouls Live Stork Market.
ST. LOUIS. June 25. C ITTLE Receipts,
600 head, Including MI Texana; market
steady; native beef steers, $5.75(8.00; cows
and heifers. $4.2.:4t7.25; stockers and feeders,
$4 254141.00; Texas and Indian steers, $4.40(0;
7.25; cows and heifers, $3.50uo.75; calves
In carload lou, $6.60(68.25.
HOGS Receipts, 1.M00 head: market Mt
10c higher; pigs and lights, 8n.0Oti9.70, pack
ers. $0.369.65; butchers and best heavy,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 6.000
head; market steady; native muiteos, $4.00
(J4.60; lambs, $6.60(07.15. .
0JIA11A LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle of All Kinds Show Sharp De
cline for Week.
HOGS ABE LOWER FOR THE WEEK
Sheep and Lambs in Very I.ari lie
celpt and Trreaty-Flve to Fifty
Cents Lower Than They
Were Last Week.
SOUTH OMAHA, Neb., 0ne 25. 1910.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
,. 3,t7' 6,iw7 6.o3st
UUK'lHl i uesday
ll,2i6 a.01 J
14. .ft 6.1I6
Ol fiolal Friday
Six days this week 17,142 65,175 25.441
eame days last Week. . . .15,104 47.541 is,"
Same das 2 weeks ago. .1.I.&U Mt.Ui K.fS'
Same days 3 weeks ago..l3,!;2 4.),iv1 13,498
Same days 4 weeks ago. .16.414 bo.. 144 la.0,7
aame aays last year 11,203 50,ii( 14, i
lhe following tible shows the receipts of
cut tin, hogs and sheep at couth Oinana for
me year to date, compared with l:)st year:
llX !. Inc. Dec.
Cattle 402.508 4.Cl.b.vi 22.923
Hogs 1,0i,mj lSoZ.MV 23,214
Sheep 600,023 eo4,2o4 10,824
lhe following tajie anows tne average
prices of Iioks ai fcoutn Omaha for the
last several oays, with compurlaons:
Date. I 1.10. lU8.l08.19iJi'.19t.. 1906. 1904.
9 3tj 61 601 6 841 6 361 6 10 4 $
9 85fel 1 68 6 64 8SI 6 821 4 84
9 21 J 7 Ik! 6 63 6 9l ) 6 30 4 93
9 2!,f 7 61 t 671 I 97 ( 39f 4 93
I 7 831 6 84 6 93 6 48 t 13
9 411 1 6 toi 911 8 oi 6 151
7 63 I 8 8 3 6 10)
8 40S 7 631 I 6 89 3 s 101
9 10WI 7 6s 16 771 6 911 6 331 6 13
9 14 7 4oi 6 8 1 6 jo) 6 lo a
9 24 1 7 401 6 92 S 83 16 201 6 12
I 9 20'8 7 4 6 8i 6 St 6 35 1 6 lb
Keceluia and dlmioaitton of live stock at
the union stock 1 arris, couth omana, for
twenty-tour hours ending at 3 o'clock p. m.
june 25, luiO;
Cattle. Hogs. II r s.
C, M. & St. P
Missouri Pacific ,
C. fc et. W.. east
C. & N. W., west
C, St. P., M. & O
C, B. &. g., east
C, B. dt U., west
C, it. 1. at P., east
Illinois Central ,
Chicago Great Western..
Total receipts 3
Omaha Packing Co.. 1,118
owiit and uoniDanv 1.837
Cudahy Packing Co 1,jo
Armour & Co l,o21
Murphy shippers 120
otner puyers 15
Totals 16 6,931
LAiijj-ijici, tocie no tiebli lecui.M
louuy oi. any vonseuueuce. Hie uiaiaet -
ug pra.tica.iy 0.1 e of supplies.
A'Oi- me wei.a leceluia i.vo ucen large a.
cumpui'eu wuii piev.ous eeks aim a yeal
oo. Una jias been tne case not oni nei,
out at ail ouier 001111s as wen. At 1110
aauie U1110 tiie couimutd not weather urn
leuuceu me consunipuuii ui meal suppi.c
to sucn au extent as to causo a aeveie
tailing oti I11 tuo demand lor live uiui.
as a result, prices wiucn began ureaainB
ouaiy at some points last wees, nave con
tinued uown hiu very rapiuiy tins week,
il has, 111 lact, been the most uisasnous
uieak experiencea in the came maraet tor
a long tune.
ine best beef steers, that Is good to
choice grades of cornieds. have suffered
the least utcllne, but still they are xoOimv
lower tuan last weeg. Pretty decent kinds
of cattle, that is, fair to good kinds, are
Willoo lower, with common grassers $1.00
Cows and heifers have suffered along
with other kinds of cattle, good cornfeds
being arounu ouc lower, wltn grassers as
much as $1.00 lower.
Mockers and feeders have been In mod
erate demand, the local market being In
jured especially by continued dry weather 1
as well as by the break in fat cattle. Whllo
the best fleshy feeders are per hups not
over 2u4i60c lower, stock cattle are as much
as $1.00 lower than the early part of last
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
corn-fed steers, $7.258.00; fair to good corn-
red steers, $8.507.26; common to fair corn
fed steers, $5.00(40.60; good to choice cows
and heifers, $5.25ii.76; fair to good cows,
and heifers, $3.805.25; common to fair cows
ana neuers, xz.vtxjs.su; gooa to cnoice Block
ers and feeders, $4.50iy5.W; fair to good
stockers and feeders, $4.00&4.5O; common to
fair stockers and feeders, $3.504.00; stock
heifers. 93.60014.25; veal calves, m.wgb'i.do;
bulls, stags, etc., $3.5(KS6.76.
HOGS Light and llglit mixed grades sold
at prices pietty close to a iiicaei higner
In both divisions this morning, out heavy
hogs were neglected and had to move at
quotably steady figures, the market clos
ing weak on all classes of stock.
llecclpts were light as compared wim
early runs this week and quality ranged
from rough and extra heavies to smooth
lights, the latter kind ot hogs selling at or
near the top of the list. Both packers and
shippers bought freely and movement was
fairly active until late rounds, when the
market developed an easier tone.
Heavy nogs commanded so.iwvs.io, wun
extreme heavies as low as $9.00. Mixed
lots went around $3.2(Xi(0.30, according to
quality, and lights ranged from $9.30u9.40,
which was tne nignest price paia. a large
share of recelpets changed hands at $9.16
The week In the hog yards has been one
of heavy receipts and widening prices.
Lights hogs are closing just about steady
with a week ago, while heavies are fully
a dime lower. Demand has been broad and
active on most days and, while shippers
have not bought very freely, practically
everything has sold on the day of arrival.
No. Av. 8a. Pr. No. At. 8h. Pr.
AD HOGS 68 270 128 9 28
(4 355 ... 9 00 it 984 160 1 25
80 341 240 9 00 76 220 80 9 27V6
43 113 320 9 OS 68 M 160 9 2Tht
44 MS 820 9 10 87 233 ... 8 11
t 245 40 9 Httj 77 124 120 9 37
47 205 4U0 9 16 71 134 140 9 SO
70 263 W I 16 47 261 40 4 80
40. m 40 8 18 44 224 ... 9 30
(1 2,8 10 14 72 2u ... 9 80
64 280 280 8 15 64 230 ... 9 40
(3 279 110 8 15 64 264 IN I
44 244 120 9 16 61 148. 120 9 10
64 2n6 140 8 16 46 2oo 40 9 30
43 241 60 9 17 64 267 SO 80
60 279 tOO 9 20 47 Ui 60 9 30
47 241 240 9 20 83 240 6 9 M
9 2M 40 9 20 46 224 1W 110
63 244 60 I 20 87 16! 140 9 80
1 270 ... 9 20 49 17 120 9 10
64 279 ... 9 20 10 232 40 9 40
6 264 120 20 47 230 120 9 80
68 2D8 80 8 20 44 242 80 9 SO
44 246 40 9 20 44 246 120 6 SO
67 24 60 8 20 64 260 40 9 SO
63 274 80 8 20 86 240 80 9 30
48 276 ... 9 20 44 234 40 3 80
2 247 80 8 t2tt 61 216 80 9 10
71 247 140 9 2Z' 74 24 M 6 30
42 274 40 9 22Ve 4 241 320 8 40
63 2 140 8 22V, 62 248 ... 8 SO
64 K ... 8 224 44 244 40 6 SO
72 215 80 3 22V 71 234 40 6 82V8
64 241 ... 3 26 71 241 160 3 S2Vt
64 267 160 8 23 44 226 10 3 36
60 2c6 40 9 16 46 343 160 6 36
7 !." 80 3 26 64 3a0 40 8 S6
128 21 820 9 23 74 2,2 820 8 68
63 2b4 60 9 28 76 ...21S 44 3 36
U 261 40 3 23 76 ...233 ... 3 18
4 341 320 9 16 42 123 40 8 16
64 141 40 3 Si 87.. .till 800 3 36
63 224 ... 1 23 40 237 60 6 88 .
60 24 40 9 16 64 240 40 8 16
71 224 10 8 28 86 10 ... 8 18
10 2-'0 SO 8 26 11 220 40 6 St
61 228 140 9 25 49 230 ... 8 33
60 261 60 3 25 78 2vt 40 8 15
66 204 ... 8 36 10 224 40 3 36
4 261 80 6 25 16 2V4 140 3 14
M 261 ... 3 25 60 212 80 9 87V6
61. ...... .293 ... 8 26 40 S16 ... 8 48
44 8 120 8 36 32 144 120 3 40
SHEEP There was nothing on sale today
In the way of sheep or lambs and the mar
ket remained nominally steady.
in most respects the trade lately has been
much the same as it was last week. De
mand has beerl very dull from the opening,
killers' orders seasonably small and the
trend of prices lower. Receipts have been
liberal, the bulk consisting of range sheep
and quality on an average nas oeen none
Trade has been uneven, of course, and
any positive decline Is hardly quotable,
in a aeneral way. ewes, wethers and year
lings are selling about 25&50c lower than at
last week's close, really good grass weth
ers moving around $4.65. Not many year
lings have been coming, but something
strictly choice that would break well
would Drobably command $5.76 or better
The Droporllon of spring lambs has been
relatively small, but eastern markets have
been getting more springers man tney
rould conveniently handle and local trade
has suffered sccrdlngly. Prices are all of
2I&50C lower tnar a wee a ago ana inquiry
is decidedly backward at this decline.
Feeder trsde Is beginning to show more
activity a ad oiienngs mat are suitable
for feedlot and pasture are selling on much
the same basis aa fair quality killing Hock.
nt. Joseph Live Bt.M'lc Market.
ST. JOSEPH, June 25. CATTLE Re
cepits, lou hean; market steady; steers, fc.i5
Hli.1'6. cows and nelleis, s3.aiKub.ow, caiten,
ItCKlS Receipts, 1.000 head; market
steady to stiong; top, 89 45; bulk ot saies,
fso sheep on sale; market uuotabl)
steady; lambs, $7.(o i.,5.
Mock In glaht.
Receipts of live stock at the five princl-
pal western markets yesterday:
, Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha loo i.mh .9
.-t. josepn..... ha) 2.tJ
Kanas city 3w ..000 &v
at. lyOUlH IIUU l.MIU S.WAI
inlcau l.uuw ii,tw l.oJO
Total receipts 2.000 19,000 1,723
OMAHA UG.MKIUL MAHKKT.
Staple aud Fancy Produce Prices Far
alaaed by Bayers and Wholesalers.
BUTTER Creamery, No. 1, delivered to
the retail traue, in l-lo. cartons, 3vc, .no. i.
In 26-ib. tuos, 38V3C; No. 3. in l-lb. cartons,
3.c, In W)-io. iuos. 2tac; packing slock, noud
pack, 20c; dairy. In bO-10. tuns, 2ju. Mar
ket changes every Tuesday.
CHElvaiv 1 wins, lie; young Americas,
18c; uaisy, l.c; triplets, liftc; luuoerger,
lfrc; No. 1 briuH, 11c; No. 3, 14c; iuipo,ied
POULTRY Dressed broilers, SOc; hens,
16c; cocks, Uvic; uucks, lc; geese, loc; tur
keys, 3bc; pigeons, per Oos., 6160; homer
squabs, 34.OV per 00.; fancy squabs, 3.6v
per dos.; No. 1, $3.uu per uos. Alive: Broil
ers, from I' 10 iv los., lc; IV, to 3 lbs.,
lc; hens, Lvc; olu roosters. 7c; ducks, lull
feathered, Ic; geese, lull leathered, 10c; tur
keys, lbc; guinea low l, 200 each; pigeons,
io per uox.; homers, 84.0V per dox.; squaos,
i0. 1, 82. uu per dos.; No. 2, 60c.
r'lari tan iroseiw-pickerel. 10c; white
fUh, 14c; pike, Uc; trout, 14c; large crap
pies, 16uliic; Spanish mackerei, lsc; eel, lou;
haddock, 13c; tloundeis, lie; green catfish,
lsc; buffalo, 6c; nan out, 11c; white percn,
9c; bullheaus, ltc; white cat, lsc; roes 11 ad,
61 each; shadroes, per pair, 60c; frog logs,
30c per dos.
14c; No. 3, loc. Loins: No. 1, jc; No. 3,
14o; No. t, 12c. Cnuck; No. L va; No. 2
6VSC; No. 3, 8c. Round: No. 1, Ua No. i
llvc; No. 8, 1040. Plato: No. l, 7ko; No. 3.
4c; No. 3. 'Ao.
. FUiJ5r0!;anCB; California Camilla
brand Hedland navels, 80 sixe, per box, $3W
lvo else, per box, $3.35; ui size, per box!
$4.00; 160 slse, 34.25; 178 and Binaller sixes,
per box. 91.50. Havana Mediterranean
sweets. 126-112 sires, per box. $3.00; 124 and
loo sixes, per box, 83.25&3.00; extra fancy
Mediterranean sweets, per box, $j.50"u3.7o;
Valenclas, 96-112-126 sizes, - 34.50; . 10 and
smaller sixes, .io. 1-einotis: IJmoriera,
extra fancy, 300-300 sixes. 85o9.oO; choice,
SvO-300 sixes, per box, $3.00iij8.60; 240 sixe, 5oc
per box less.. Bananas: r'ancy select, per
ounch, $2.25fu2.5o; Jumbo, bunch, 32.758.7o.
Pineapples: Florida, :40-j6 sues, $.1.00; 42-48
sixes, $2.75?j3.00. Cantaloupes: California,
54 slse, $J.oo; 45 standards, $j.60. Cherries'
California, per 10-lb. box, $1.75. Apricots:
California, per 4-basket crate, $1.50. Plums:
California, red, per 4-basket crate, $1.40.
Peaches: California, per 20-lb. box, $1 10;
triumph, per box, 31.25. Watermelons:
Texas, 2c per lb. Dates: Anchor brand,
new, 30 1-lb. packages, In box, per box, $2.00.
VEGETABLES Potatoes: Irish, Wiscon
sin and native, per bu., 50iatioc. new. In
sacks, per bu., $1.10. Cabbage: New Cali
fornia and southern, per lo., 3c. Onions:
Texas crystal wax, per crate, $2.00; yellow,
per crate, $1.75. Garlic: Extra fancy, white,
per lb., 15c; red, per lb., 10c. Egg Plant:
r'ancy Florida, per dox., $1.5041 2. w. Toma
toes: Texas, per 4-basket crate, $1.35. Beans:
String and wax, per hamper, about 25 lbs.,
$2.60; market baskets, $1.00. Cucumbers
Hot house, per dox., 604lc; Texas, per
bu. box, $1.75.
HOME-GROWN VEGETABLES Rad
ishes: Extra fancy home-grown, per doz
bunches, 20c. Lettuce: Exira fancy leaf,
per dox., 30c. Parsley: Fancy home-grown,
per dos. bunches, 80c. Rhubarb: per dox.
bunches, 46c. Asparagus: Per dox. bunches,
46fg50c. Onions: Green, per doz. bunches
25c. Turnips: Per market basket, 60c. Car
rots: per market basket. 50&75c. Beets: Per
market basket, 65(&75e. Spinach: Per bushel,
12 lbs., SOc. Peas: Green, per market bas
MISCELLANEOUS Walnuts: Black, per
lb., 2c; California, No. 1, per lb., 17c; Cali
fornia, No. 2, per lb., 14c.
HICKORY - NUTS Large, per lb., 4c
small, per lb., 6c. Cocoanuts; Per sack. $5.00:
per doz., 65c.
St. Lonls General Market.
ST. LOUIS. June 28. WHEAT fmImf.. '
Y. . W .. . 1 . . I . . (ifM. .. . c . 1 . '
iiiit.i , ,uj, mi7hu, ovpiemoer, vivic cash
steady; tracK, No. 2 red, $1.00U1.04; No. 2
CORN Futures, hlaher: Julv. flftv sun.
tember, BO'tc. Cash, steady; track. No. 2.
61Wc; No. 2 white, 65H&150.
gats futures, rirm; July, 37Hc; Septem
ber, 'Slc. Cash, firm; track, No. 2, 3?c:
No. 2 white. 41V4C
RYE Lower at 73c.
FLOUR Steady : red winter Datents IS on
46.35; extra fancy and straight, $4,504(4.95:
hard winter clears, $3501 3.90.
sued nmotny, 83.00r43.65.
BRAN Firm; Backed, east track, 8587c.
HAY Lower; timothy. $14.00(B17.50: Dral
HEMP TWINE 7c
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged: lobhlnir.
$24.25. Lard, higher; prime steam, $11.9714ii
12.LV8. Dry salt meats, lower; boxed extra
short, $14.26; clear ribs. 314. 25 1 snort clears.
$14.50. Bacon, lower; boxed extra short,
$15.76; clear ribs, $15.75; short clears, $16.00.
ruuiiiKr-uncnanged; chickens. 12c:
springs, 19&23c; turkeys, 17c; ducks, 9c;
BUTTER Steady; creamery. ZVaVc.
EGGS Steady at 15c.
Flour, bbls 4,900 4,600
Wheat, bu 9.000 38.000
Corn, bu 37,000 22.000
Oats, bu 13,000 29,000
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. June 25. WHEAT July,
92'ic; September, 92iC; December, 9o4,o.
Wheat Kl4c lower; No. 2, 9Sc!(($1.05; No.
3, 91Ca$1.02; No. 2 red,-93(ft96c; No. S. &8(&93o.
CORN juiy, o')c; sepiemoer, osc; De
cember, 64Vc. Cash: Unchanged to Vic
lower: No. 2 mixed, 81Vi01Vc; No. 3, 69H
61c; No. 2 white, 6565c; No. 3, 65c.
OATS Unchanged ; No. 2 white, 5W39c:
RYE No .2. 68fJ70c.
itH.i .j, aVia r.flil,. aiaan.
tholce prairie, Ill.lStTni.t.
BHTTEIV creamery, extras, 26c; firsts.
24c; seconds, 22c; packing stock, 20Ve.
EGGS Firsts, $5.15; seconds, $3.90; current
rorelpts, new cases, $4.30; miscellaneous,
Wheat, bu 68,000 40,000
Corn, bu 64.000 49.000
Oats, bu ..uuo 4,000
to divide this room
with a prominent well established firm
of coal dealers.
Facing Farnam Street
on the ground floor
The best location in Omaha for many lines of business
is opposite the Couri House and next to the City Hall.
It is very seldom that it is possible for yon to get one of
the ground floor rooms in
THE BEE BUILDING
The entrance U Just weal of the mala entrance of tbs
building; it has aa entrance from tag court as well. The
building- furnishes heat, light, water and Janitor service.
The building Is fire-proof and there la a large brick vault,
o you can cut out your Insurance expense. The room will
be remodeled and redecorated to suit the tenant. The
apace can be arranged to give tenant 1,860 square feet if
If this is the best location for you, now is the tiras
to grasp the opportunity, and apply at once. v
Apply to R. W. BAKER. Supt, Bee Business Office.
CRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
No General Raini ai Yet in th Sprinf?
CORN BELT IS NOW RELIEVED
Weatern Nebraska is Glvra 0sf
one losklag Wheal Opens
Lower on rroflt Taking
Yalnre Are Firmer.
OMAHA, June IS. 1910.
No general rains ss yet In the spring
wneat belt. Only lighter scattered showers
and prospects are lor mora dry weather
Damaging reports are very numerous, the
most serious coining from South Dakota.
Present damage by the drouth estimiled
11 0111 16 to 60 per cent.
The corn belt has been relieved of the
extreme dry conditions, particularly In Ne
braska. Showers were fmrly general In the
western portion of the state. A more active
cash demand Is evident and prices firm.
heat opened slightly lower oil proper
taking s.Ues. Later reports from the noriii
wext were more bullish than ever, and
values tinned up and closed well -over yes
terday's close. ,
Corn held firm again, with the strength In
w heat. Weather conditions, are some Im
proved, but prospects are not good for
any material relief from the present dry
weather. . -
Primary wheat receipts were trCOOO bush
els and shipments were 13.000 busheis.
against receipts last year of 218,0ir0 buahcia
and shipments ot 400.000 bushels.
Primary coin receipts were "W.OOO bush
els and shipments were 663.000 bushels,
against receipts I ant year of 435,000 huslieis
and shipments of 418,000 bushel.-i.
Clearances were 142,000 bushels of rorn,
none of oats and wheat and flour equal to
Liverpool closed xyv4cl higher on wheat
and id higher on corn.
Local range of options:
Artlcles.l Open.) High. Low. Close. Yes y.
90141 tl tO I
nasi o so-Mil
fZ M 65'i
60 , 66 V, 58
87 ST'i S7
Omabt Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. t hard, 9lff98c; No. S hard,
9K(i94c; No. 4 hard, JtrKffMc; No. 2 spring,
9,u(c; No. S spring, lj-j.(c; No... S durum,
77tu7(ic; No. 3 durum, 7(770.
CORN No. 2 white, Wo: Nd. 3 white,
62tt2vic; No. 4 wliite, tMiHl'.ic; No. 2 yel
low, 6iyu58c: No. $ yellow. 57,j8c; No. 4
yellow, 6W(j56V4c; No. 2, 57V4c; No. 3, 57W
67vc; No. 4, w(a661c; 110 grade, 404flSc.
OATS Standard, 37v4c; No. 3 Wnlte, S6S
f(37c; No. 4 white, StkiiTOVic; No. 3 yellow,
i6(&"36c; No. 4 yellow, 83:5'40.
BARLEY No. 4, 444j4(-c; No. 1 feed. 4'."9
44o ; rejected, 3941 c.
RYE No. 2, 7iv?3c; No. , 60710.
Wheat, Corn. Oats.
XEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
Quotations of the Day on Various
NEW YORK, June 25.-FLOUR Firm,
with a quiet trade; spring patents, 5.(Ao,
6.50; winter straignts, H 0i o; winter
patents, 34.5Orj6.O0; spring clears, $4.154J'4.40;
winter extras, No. 1, $3.16(33.00; winter ex
tras. No. 2, $3.30(33.65; Kansas strains.
V4.uxu4.85. Iteceipis, 31,732 bu.; shipments,
3,495 bu. Rye Hour, quiet; lair to goon,
i.iy(4.40; choice to fanoy, $4.45171.30.
CORNMEAL Steadyl line wiuie and yel
low, 31.juul.3u; coarse, $1.25ial30; kiln dried,
WHEAT Spot market steady; No. X red,
$1.0C, nominal, c. i. f. - to arrive, elevator;
No. 1 northern, $1.214, nominal, f. o. o. to
arrive, option maraet was nervous, de
clining early on reports of rain In the
Dakotas and scattered showers elsewhere,
advanced sharply on predictions of fair
wealher over Sunday, but lost part of the
gam under realizing and closed at "o net
advance. July, $l.66ejlv, .closing at
1I.06'; September, $l.u8tol-04Vi. closed at
1.04V; December closed at $1,064. Ship
ments, 21,376 bu.
CORN Spot market firm; No. 2, 6914c,'
nominal, elevator, domestic basis, to ar
rive; export No. 2, 69c, nominal, f. o. b.
to arrive. Option market was without
transactions, closing unchanged to Vo net
higher. July closed at 6o-V; September
closed at Kr4c; December closed at bic.
Receipts, 26,728 bu.
DATS Spot market firm; mixed oats, 26
to 32 pounds, nominal; natural white, 26
to 32 pounds, 44Si&47c; clipped white, 34 to
42 pounds, 40&49C. Receipts, 20,206 bu.
HAY Steady; prime, $1.16; No. 2, $1.00
1.06; No. 8, 85(U0c.
HOPS Steaoy; state, common to choice,
19oo, 214) 24c; I008, nominal; Pacific coast,
HIDES Quiet; Central America, 22':;
LEATHER Dull; hemlock firsts. 25
27c; seconds, 22&24c; thirds, 19322c; rejected,
PROVISIONS Pork, steady; mens, $26.00
(625.50; family, $26.0utf 26bo; short clear,
824.5026.00. Cut meats, quiet; pickled
billies, 1 Oto 14 pounds, $li(U18c; pickled
hams, $10.0oig'16.50. Laid, easy; middle
western, prime, $12.35(8 12.45; refined, steady;
continent, $13.20; South America, $14.00;
TALLOW Dull; prime city, hhds., 6Hc;
RICE Sieady; domestic, 2345c; Patna,
POULTRY Alive, dull; western broilers,
22c; fowls, 16c; turkeys, 101314c. Dressed,
firm; western broilers, .4(3250; fowls, 144
18c; turkeys, 15ijl8c.
BUTTER Steady; creamery specials, 2814
528ViiC; extras, 27c.
Liverpool Grain and Provisions.
LIVERPOOL, June 25. WHEAT Spot,
dull; No. 2 red western winter, no stock.
Futures, quiet; July, 6s6d; October,
6s84d: December, s 9d.
CORN Spot, firm; old American mixed,
6s 4d; old American mixed, via Galveston,
6s2ld; new kiln dried, 6s. Futures, dull;
July, nominal; September, 4s 6S1.
Omaha Hay Market.
OMAHA, June 25 -HAT-No: 1. $9.00; No.
2. $7.60; packing, $4.60; new, $10.00. Straw:
Wheat, $6.00; rye and oats, $7.00. Alfalfa.
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