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THE BEE: OMAITA, MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 1910
AND RANCH LA AD FOR SALS
REAL ESTATE LOANS
QARV1N BROH., Id floor N. Y. I.lfe. $VX
to flAO.OuO on Improved property. No delay.
IOWA FAUMf" ron SALE
I have om good low farms for sale,
call phon 11, or writ C. C. iirlgga, i'an
H ACIlKft, Wile from rood town. Flo
Alto county, ron-Merable tiling done, ha
house lx20, 1 Vs story, addition 12x14x14.
good cellar, barn S"x40, addition hog
house, 11x32; granery, two corn cribs, etc.
Good well and wind mill, good grove and
orchard, all fenced and croup fenced, at
$i8 per acre, fll.OuO can remain on farm
at 6 lr cent for t yean with optional
It W. lU'PSEL REAL MSTATE,
(Jt E. Locust St.. ' Des Molnea, la.
BUT A OOOI IOWA FARM IN THE
HKART OK TUB CORN BKLT
Do y t want to own a good farm In the
heart of the corn belt? If no coma to
Gowrle, la., and let via show you. Our
big list la Just out White for one If you
are Interested. Toura for business, Woodard
Land company, Uowrle, la.
Iowa corn land; deep black soil, all till
able; divided Into two farms and to be sold
as such; two good sets of Improvements;
all thoroughly ttld; one-half mlla from
amall town; six miles from county seat
town of 1.000 people; fu re-id sals; good rea
sons. Live agents write me at once for
the best anap In Iowa; good terms. A. F.
1'endle At Co., owners. Cedar Rapids, la.
FOR RALE S, 200 ACRE RANCH PAR
tlally irrigated In tiie Smith River val
ley of Montana, five miles west of White
Kulphur Springs, the county seat of
Meagher county. The Rlngllng Bros. I of
clrcua fame are now building a railroad
from the main lines of the St. Paul at
Dorsey, Mont,, to White Sulphur Springs,
and next year will build a $i")0.000 resort
hotel at the White Sulphur Springs. This
ranch consists of 1,600 acres of meadow
land through which the 8mith river run
and 1,620 acres of the finest winter wheat
berch land, two good set of houses, barns.
sreds. etc.. go with the ranch. Thl will
plow 78 per cent and will be the best ad
vertised section of Montana tnis ran and
land will advance very rapidly In thl sec
tion. Fo particulars write E. M. Allen.
Jollet in. '
9-ACRE fruit and dairy farm, Including
crop, stock and tools, i3.ouo; nair cash;
balance to suit. Address Owner, vjuist Lar
son, Muskegon, Mlcli., R, F. D. 6, B 75.
RED RIVER VALLEY SNAP.
$30 per acre Is the price, worth 140, but
to owner 1 willing to give a discount of
16 per oent If sold this week; 160 acres
of the best kind of land. In Polk county
near a good town of 70) people; 110 acres
now under cultivation, balance pasture and
timber; buildings valued at $1,000; farm
borders on fine lake with fish In It; soil
la black loam with clay subsoil.
Meeker County Baasaln.
140 per acre for .120 acres near Litchfield,
Bi miles west of Minneapolis, nearly all
Cultivated and In crop this year; will take
11,200 cash, balance on terms to suit This
Is a snap.
Dreeasen-Redman Co., (SOS Met Life Bldg.,
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
WANTEI'" City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith A Co.. 1320 Famam St.
1100 to $10,000 mad promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg., 18th and Famam.
always on hand" grid for gale
amount from $300 to $3,000.
BENSON & MYERS,
412 N.)Y. Life Bldg.
RAILWAY TIME CARD"
MONET TO LOAN-Payne Investment Co.
LOANS to home owners and home build-
era, with privilege of making partial pay
W. H. . THOMAS,
EOS First National Bank Bldg.
4.600 to $6,000 on homes In Omaha. O'Keefe
Real Estate Co., 1002 N. T. Life. Douglas
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
l. $ and 7-room house. If prices are right
we can sli your property tor you.
NOWATA LAND AND JJJT CO., .
Suite 628 N. Y. Life Bldg.
FOR MDSE will trade a fine home of ten
rcoms, all modern. In finest part of city,
location can't be beat, car line. Davementa.
shade, fruit cement walks, must be seen
to he appreciated; price, $,500. Cost more
to build. Olve oarticulara in first letter.
Stock not In excess of property. No agents.
n. 9, nee.
GOOD quarter section In Kit Cannon
oounty, Colorado, to exchange for livery
stock. Address C. P. Corcoran. Miller. S. D.
LUNCH counter and restaurant, together
with good business block In western Iowa
town; will consider well located land in
trade, 16.000. Write O. H. M., S37 New York
Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
WANT TO EXCHANGE IOWA FARM
FOR MERCHANDISE. .
400 ACRES, a-ood dwelling. 2 barn's 1 wind
mills, lots of woven wire fence, about five
mile to railroad, plenty good shade, small
amount timber, fine lay out for handling
stock, excellent pasture; mortgages $11,000.
win put In equity and some cash, either
general stock or hardware and Implements.
price 175 per acre. BOSSKRMAN BROS,
Chlcaare at NerCaweaiera
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Colorado-Chicago a 6 JO pm a l it pm
Chicago Special a 6:01 a 7.66 am
Pacific Coast-Chicago. ..a 00 m a 1:28 pm
lAtm Angeles Limited. ...a 11:00 pin a 12:20 pm
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OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Some Cattle Higher, Othert Lower for
HOGS ABE LOWEST OF TIIE YEAR
Fat Sheep Are Tea to
f'rnla Higher Thaa
Alt and Lambs, a
SOUTH OMAHA, July SO. 1910.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
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tl 21 140 7 M M 170 t t 0
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Six days this week.. ..12. KM
Same days last week ...2S.120
Same days 2 weeks ago.. 14.007
Bam days I weeks ao.. 11.213
Name days 4 weeks sgo..ll.fSt
Sam days last year....l6,6uS
The following table shows the receipts of
attle. hogs and sheeo at Houth Omaha tor
the year to date as compared lh last
year: 1910. lSH(i. Inc. Jec.
tt e 647.7SS E 0.032 8J.W
Hogs 1.277.2) 1,548, 71 271,411
Sheep 4&4.002 760,609 103,843
The follnii'inff thi shows the average
prices of hoes at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
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BVBLLtGTON 9TA tOth
9-ROOM, all modern: lot 71xlS6: naveri
street; concrete walka; near Field club and
Hanscom park. Clear; trade for Improved
iana even up or win assume. Price, 19,000.
LAND ft JjOT CO.,
68 New Tork Life Bidg.
Phon Red 1999.
THE SOUTHERN MINNESOTA VAL
LEY NEVER FAILS. I have a number of
good bargains In good improved farma at
M to (76 per acre If taken soon, but don't
delay, as the price Is aur to be raised.
Write at once to Geo. W. Bmithson, M-
. Mlssearl. ,
SOUTHWEST corner ot 34th and Dace.
tur, two 8-room house, clear. Want to
trade for good rental property closer In;
will put In some cash or assume. Nowata
Land and Lot Co., n New York life Bldg
165.00 1ER ACRE BUYS TH1 NORTH
EAST MISSOURI f ARM.
Farm contains 400 acres; will produce
from 40 to 60 bu. wheat per acre;, oats
thl year will make 76 bu., corn, 76 to 90
This year' crop on. about 200 acre will
b undoubtedly worth J6.0W. Will grow
iwo or inree cutungs-Di line prune grass.
a within I mile of Q., O. A K. C. R. R.
station, 7 mile from Qulncy. UL, and 26
mil soutn or lowa line. Bottom land.
uui no uveriiuw. ah reaay lor plow x
eept about 80 acre timber. Building on I
I own this farm and will loan two-
third or purchase money on the farm, if
desired, at i per cent Thl I on of
the richest and best producing spots of
ine Mississippi vajiey. Mo trailing prop-
oauwn win pe enieruuneo. Mile iMCNally,
A. W 111, lt.
twn THOUSAND acre of eorn, winter
wheat and alfalfa land for sale in large
and amall farm In Bhencan, Custer and
xiuiiaue ooumie. writ lor prloea. 1. . T.
vampueii, uieoiieia. en.
ruu bald-improved stock farm, ft
acres; muster county; close to station; $17
par eur. nw wau. BOX A. (JCOnt. NSb.
" A FARM HOME
2.M) acres, 1 mile from town. 40 acres al
falfa; 76 acres in cultivation; t acre fine
orchard; balance pasture and hay land.
Price Il4,0u0 on terms. Full Information on
.Ia M. THOMPSON,
Clark. Neb. .
, - -
DOUGLAS CO., 271 ACRES.
Wall Improved farm nine mile west of
eouin umana. several experienced farm
ers say there 1 no better farm In the
county. Second bottom land. Prloe 1126 per
acre, lernn, uajsmriii KJAl. ESTATE
CO.. 1016 N. T. LU Bldg., Omaha, Neb.,
1 , . .
A CHICAGO friend thinks all of Nebraska
titt purnea up ana win take S30 per acre
tor hi Improved 10-acre farm In Nance
county, near r uiierton. tie I only cared,
son't need money and can at well as not
glv terms. Land la all good, smoothpralrl
iana, is tencea ana cross-Iencd; good
frame house, large barn, wlndmUl; 20 acres
wneat. ou acres corn, w acres young orchard.
This land 1 only 123 miles from Omaha, I
strictly In th rain belt, ts worth twice the
price and I want $300 from the buyer for a
silvery at price staieo. Address C 474, Bee.
NEW MEXICO THE NEW STATE
Investigate its fertile Irrigated lands.
Others have mad fortune her, 80 can
you. We U no land. Writ us tor
facta fetat ImmlfraUoa Board, AJbu-
uerou , -aa.
FRUIT or chicken farm; 40 acres; high
and level; near R. R. town; new buildings;
easy terms, vrwnvr, i?ox cio, Benson. Neb.
PUBLIC land to be sold at auction, near
xa rteno, uti. enclose ti.w ror Map or
l-iat or Ltnaa net., any Ja.1 Keno bank.
Prank Mayer, Real Estate V Loant. Kl
400 acre fin prairie land northeast Okla
homa, fine location, near town, good water,
per acre, ukk dui lun ifrevcite. Ark,
7-ROOM house, lot 44x132. Modern exnent
heat. Price $3,000 clear. Want to trade for
house close In, worth up to $5,000. Will
pay- cash difference or assume. Nowata
Land and Lot Co., (53 New York Lit Bldg.
'Phone, Red 1998.
IF IT IS ANY KIND OF TRADE, SEE
A. B. LATHHOP. .
O. tOSe, 421 Be.
(12.800 equity In 21 acre Imoroved fin.
kota whea-rand to exchange for Omaha In
$77 Brandela Bldg. ' Douglas 2S9S.
Denver and California. a 4:10 pm
Puget Sound Express.. a 4:10 pm
Nebraska points a 1:20 am
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Northwest Express all:26 pm
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Lincoln Mall ... ,.b 1:20 pm
Nebraska Expre a 1:15 am
Lincoln Local a 7:26 p"
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Plattsmouth-Iows a 9:1S am
Bellevue-Plattsmouth ..aJ2:S0 pm
Colorado Limited all:26 pra
Chicago Speolal.n a 7:16 pm
Chicago Express a 4:20 pm
Chicago Fast Expr..a :20 pra
lowa Local a 1:16 am
Creston-Iowa Local a 1:30 pm
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Cattl. Hogs. Bheep.
Omaha Packing Co....
Swift and Company............
Cudahy Packing Co 13
rmour A Co
Cudahy from St. Paul
Other buyers $
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(b) Dalir except Sunday.
220 aorea North Dakota land, free of In
cumbrance, for good Omaha property.
Phon Harney 1336. .
all L-odera Safr. - 1.. vice (Wlrelaaa. eta.)
London-Pa ris- Hamburg
0. Wal4'AiiU,3pinMrnns7lvanla...Au(. U
Clnemnatl Aug. 20Kala. Aug. Vie. Sept. 1
uaiu-uriwa a la Cira HaMavnut,
Uaiabttrg eirsat. Nw.
Hamburg-A '"riuaa uai, 46 oi-wadway, X,
sr icoai Agent. .
TWO good residence lots In lliriver.ltv
Place. Lincoln. Will exchange for real es
tate In lowa, live stook or automobile.
Kills 4k Holland. Box 14, Dea Molnea, la.
HAVE a good piece of residence nronertv
that I would like to exchange for land.
WANTED TO BORROW
FOR SALE Gilt edire first mortnr. 1
per cent bonds. Address O 492 Bee.
WANTED TO BUY
BEST Price for BROKEN WATCHES.
Old Gold, etc. NATHAN. U 8. 13th St.
BEST PRICE paid for second-hand fur
niture, carpets, clothing and shoes. 'Phon
Wanted to Buy
W hav several client for I to 8-room
houses; w want them from owner only.
Act quick. Phon Douglas 4378 or call al
1710 Farnam St.. Bee Building.
BEST prlcee for Id-hand clothing. IX 4440.
I HAVE $1,100 second mortgage on first
class Omaha property and CASH to $6,500
ror a line nome. rreier to deal with
owner. F 487, Bee.
WANTED Ice cream soda back bar.
ft. long. Address C. 26, Bee.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO RENT
W want a number of small house at
once, from $10 to $16 per month rental; we
nav client waiting.
'Phon Deuglaa 4379. tTlOFarnam St
We Are Getting Numerous Calls
For Houses of All Sizes. List with Us.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
624 N. Y. Life Bidg. 'Phone Red 1999.
FURNISHED house by family of three
adults; west arnam or Field club district
give description and rent asked. D 474, Bee.
BOY. 14 year old. would like nio.
ui summer, flea mtj.
BY young man with five veam nnmm..
elal and banking experience with a reliable
una. v ary nasi 01 seierence. Li 613. Bee.
A riKjM L.X successful (tmin with
lice ana stocKroam facilities desires tn
itlirmnni manuiaciurer in thl territory
wwnfi, m maraueti a a. fhi,
FOR SALE 10,000 ACRES.
of choice agricultural lands In the famous
White River valley ot Lyman oounty. We
bave had an abundance ot rainfall, and
there is no pise where you could make
a more profitably Investment than In this
famous valley.- We want some good live
agents. Liberal eomnilaslona paid. Write for
run particulars, uuaiay HcheKer Land Co..
,'... a Ik
FOR SALE BY OWNER 200 ACRES
Yankton Co., . 8. D.. 2Vt miles south nf
(jay villa; a-roorn house, large barn, corn
rrlba, arteelan well; 1-a acre has excel
lent crops on, .balance tn hay and pasture.
a oeauiuui nam ana a real value, .'.. 00.
y owner, io, h.imunda t'o., B. D.. un.
Improved. 4 mtles from station; rich black
team, all tillable. -'( 00. a bargain.
My owner,, loO, Gregory Co., 8. D., $
miles north or tioneateoi, s. u.; everlasting
spring, good water; 0 acres tillable, bal
ance hay aca pasture. 41 a 60, anap. Che.
fchepherdson. uayvlll. S, D.
RAILWAY TIME CARD-
INION BTATION Teata aa llaeaa,
A GOOD South Dakota relinquishment:
K4 acres, all level, plowable land; 4 miles
rrora 'nurtttio; some improvements; bargain.
vviiiiam iwuinaon, ixorioix.
HAVE YOU A FARM FOR 8ALB OR
TRADE? Or 4e you want to buy one?
Vase yuur want known through TUB DEg
lliilMS CAPITAL, the want medium f(
Iowa: Rates: 1 cent a word lor eacn Inser
tion, 1 cents a .Ine. T cents an Inch. Cir
culation, 41.00; lamest of any Iowa daily.
Olve us a trial. Address The Capital, Lead
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Caloa Paelf l Leave Arrive
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uoa Augeies Limited. .12:46 a. m.
Denver fcpecTal 1:47 a. m.
Colorado Mpecial. 11:48 p. m.
Colorado Exursea 1:60 B. m.
Chicago-Portland Sp'l.U:W p. to.
Vast Mall (mall and
express only) 1:80 a, m.
North Platte Local.... 1:16 a. ra.
Grand Island Looal.... 6:20 D. m.
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OMAHA ttEXERAL MARKETS.
fttaple aad Fancy Prodaoe 1'rlees Far.
laheil by llayers aad tVaoleealere.
BUTTER Creamery, No. 1, delivered to
the retail trade in l ib. cartons, aoc; No. 1,
In 20-lb. tubs, zvc; ro. z, in i-io. cartons.
27c; No. 2, In tW-lt. tubs, in'nc; packing
stock. Bona psca, wyiq; aairy, iu w-io. tuos,
22c. Market cnangea every Tuesday.
CHEESHTwins, r,c; young Americas,
19c; daisy, 11c; triplets, -So; Umberger, loc;
No. 1 brick, lie- lmportea bwiss. sue; ao
mestlc Swiss. 23c; block Swiss, iic
POUTRY Dreasea Droller. 23e; ben.
16o; cocks, 100; ducks, 18c; geese, lac; tur
keys, c; pigeous, per 001., ei.au; -nomer
squabs, per do., $4.00; fancy squabs, per
dos.. $3.60; No. 1. per do.. $Xu0. Alive:
Broilers, ine; nens, uo; 011 roosters, vc; old
ducks, full feathered, 11c; geese, full feath
ered, 10c; turkeyj, 18c; guinea fowls, 20c
each; pigeon, per do., boo; homers, per
do., $3.00 squab, no. 1. per 00-i., No.
oer do., tuu. -
FISH tall froren) Pickerel, 12c; white-
tlsh. 14c; pike, 16c; trout, loo; large crap
pies, 20c; Spanish mackerel. 18o; eel, lbc;
haddock, 12c; flounders, 13c; green catfish,
18o; buffalo, $o; halibut, 10c; white perch,
8c; bullheads, 14o; roe shad, $1.00 each;
shad roes, per wu, uus.,
loc: salmon, loo.
UEiir CUTS Rib: No. 1, I6H0; No. J,
l4o: No. J. 8c Loin: N. 1, iio; No. 2,
14c; No. 8, lOHe. Cnux: No, 1. Ho: No. 2,
su,c: No. 3. 6H0. itounu: no, 1, umc; no.
2. 8H0; No. t, Ho. Plat; No. 1. 7c; No. 2.
JVfc; No. 8, 4?tc.
fruits oranges: uaiiromia uameu
brand Redland Valencies, 100 sise, per box,
$4.00; 12t slse, per box. $4.60; 160 sire, per
hox. 16.00: Havana Mediterranean sweets.
200-214 slses, per box, $4.00. Lemons: Llmon-
lera. extra lancy, suu size, per oox, ;
tM size, per box, $8.60; choice 800 size, per
box, $7.60; sw alse, per dox, i.w; Z4U ixe.
too nar box less: Sunset brand, par box,
$7.60. Bananas: Fancy select, per bunoh.
Jumbo, bunch. $2.7633.76. Canta
Inuoes: California. 64 slie. $4.60; 46 standards,
ta.uu. Plums: Cailfornia, red, per 4-baaket
crate, ll.W. uiue frunes: x-er crate, ti.oo.
Peaches: California, per 20-lb. oox, fic
Texaa vellow frees, per 4-baaket crate. 76c
per e-busket crate, $19. Pears: California
Bartlett, per box, -43.16; In lots, per box,
$2.36. Apples: Home grown In bbls., $4.00
4.60; new Oregon in boxes, $1.76. Water
melons: Texas, 10 per id. uates: Ancnor
brand, new, 30 l-lo. packagea In box, per
box w oo.
VEGETABLES Irish Potatoes: Wlscon
sin and native, per bu., 60c. New Potatoes
In sacks, per bu., voc. Cabbage: New cau
fornla and southern, per lb., o. Onions
Yellow, tn sacks, per lb., 4c; bpanlsh, per
crate, $1.76. uarnc: mxtra rancy, wnite, per
lb., loc; red, per lb., 160. .fcgg fiant: r'ancy
Florida, per dos.. ai.6faii.uu. lomatoes: Ten
nessee, per 4-basket crate, 65c. String and
Wax Beans: Per hamper, -about go-lbs., $1.60
market baskets. 76c. Cucumbers: Hot house
and home grown, per dox., 75o. Celery: Mlch-
lnxan. ier dos., bunches. &o.
uuMU urvj y v e.ijci Aouis naa
lahea: Extra fancy home grown, per dos.
bunches. 20c. Lettuce: Extra fancy leaf, per
dos.. SOe. Parsley: Fancy home grown, per
dos. bunches, sue. xtnunarp: rer ao. Dun
ehes, 46c. Green Onlone: Per do, bunches,
26a Turnips: Per market basket, 40c,-Car
rets: Per market basket, fcoc. Beets: Per
market basket, 60c.
MJSCELLANEXJUS Wslnuts: Black, per
lb.. 2c; California No. 1, per lb., 17c; Cali
fornia No. 2, per lb., 14c. Hiukorynula: Large
per lb., 4c; small, per lb., fro. Cocoanut: Per
sack, $6.00; per do., 46c Honey; New, 24
8)tu Leal Geaeral Market.
ST. LOUIS. July 80. WHEAT Futures,
Weak; July, 8c; September, $100; De
cember, ll.ua; cash- lower; track, No. 2 red,
IKKUi Qb: no. 1 nara, 41 oitf l.Ub.
CoRN Futures higher; September, Ke
pecemoer, oc; caen nigner; track. No.
66Wc: No. 1 white, 66V,e.
OATS Futures, higher; September, 254o
ieeemDer, .-c; cssn weaa; iraca. No.
16c: No, 1 wl.it. 41'041'ac,
RYE Nominal, 2e.
F1AUR Steady; red winter patents, 161$
gjo.fco; extra rancy ana straight, $4.3ufi6.00
hard winter clear. $S.4vtta!0.
SEED Timothy. $6.00fi.6O.
BRAN Quiet; Backed east track, $1.00
HAT Steady; timothy, $l$.S08.6O
prairie, eis ui-trn vr.
iron rnN TIES 81c.
BAGGING 17 l-lc.
PROVISIONS Pom, lower; lohbln
153 60 Lard, lower; prim steam, $11 U'rtU ai.
Dry aalt meet, ateady; boxed extra short
$11.00, clear ribs, $11.00, short clears. $14.
Flour, bbls tX ( 01
Wheat, bu I68.U110 g) 000
Corn, bu 6 CuO 2l,ui0
Oat, bu 7,J 4,wu
Dates. I UH0v 190.1908,19O7.19O6.l0641OO4.
e I ( 481 t 611 ft 10
K 2 62
ft 4 K, 6 47
1 851 631 6 6Sl
6 W, o"l 6 W
8 87 1 4 44 6 6S
46 15 61
A IfJ 041 16 60
7 40 24 8 06 $ 7l
Receipt and disposition of live stoca
the Union Stock Yards, eoutn -"""'-.
eb., for twenty-four hours ending at
clock p. m.. July SO, 1910:
-Cattle.Hogs.Sheep.H r .
2,427 . . 4
CATTLE Receipts of cattle today were
nsignlflcant. as usual on a Saturday, ana
there was practically no market tor the
week receipts have Deen very jiDerai, Al
though not quite up to the record made
last wek, last week' receipts having been
the heaviest ot the year to date, as was
the case last week receipts have consisted
largely of range stock, but still there ha
been a very liberal sprinkling of cornfed.
Good run steers have commanded tuny
steady price-throughout the week, but the
to between kinds, or. to put It In another
way, the common to medium kinds, have
old uneven, although no great amount of
change I noticeable! at the close of the
week a compared with one week ago. On
the other hand, the- week ha been very
disastrous for th seller of cornfed cattle.
Th packer- a usual claim that there
ought to be a spread of more than $1 per
hundred between -ransre or grass Deei ana
cornfeds. As the range In prices at the)
becinnlnv of the laaek was considerably
greater than this , buyers have hammered
prices on eornfedsj severely at an marxet
points. - Chicago report a break of 60750
in prices, while th market her I safely
60c lower than one week ago on cornfed
steers. It takes right good cattl at th
present time to bring. $7.60, and It I
question If there are .any cattle In thl sec
tion or tne country" ac tne present uun
good enough to bring very much above
that price. ' . -
VerV few cornfed Cow and neuer are
coming to market at the present time, the
supply consisting largely of grassers. The
week started out dull and unevenly lower.
but later on In the week showed some 1m
provement, so that at the close quotations
are about the same as at the close of last
week. It should be understood that com
mon grade and canner are telling about
as low as any time this season
Stockera and feeder have sold very well
all the week owing to the fact that a good
outlook for th corn crop has stimulated
feeder buying, and as a result prices have
been strong throughout the week, and may
be quoted around 16&20c higher than last
Quotation on native cattle: Good to
choice beef teers. $. 80317. 50; fair to good
beef steers, '1H.00S. SO; common to fair beef
steers, $4.766.00; good to choice cow and
heifers, $4.766.76; fala to good cow and
heifers. $3. D0u4. 76; common to fair cows
and heifers, $2.60&3.60; good to choice stock
era and feeder, xo.txxgb.bu; tair to good
Blocker and feeder. $4.25g'&.00; common to
fair stockers and feeders. 33.604j4.25; stock
heifers, $2. 753.86; veal calve. 13,6o&f.oo;
bulla, stage, etc.. $3.00B.00.
Quotation on range cattle: Good to
choice beeves, ' $6.4OS0.00; fair to good
beeves, $4.60116.15; common to fair beeves,
13.60Q4.40; good to eholee row. jl.wtM.w
fair to good grades. J3.Z64J3.7o; canners and
cutters, $2.60(u3.25; good to choice feeders
$4.76fi6.40; fair to good feeders. 14.00(84. 80;
common to fair feeders, t3.0tm3.vn.
Quotations on s-rnss ttock: uod to choice
a nibs. $6.637.00; fair to good lambs. $6.00
&8.60; feeding lamb. $o.60p.10; handy
weight yearling. $6 O01t-6.6O: heavy year
ling. $4.60$4.tt; feeding yearlings, $4,403
6.00; good to choice wether. I3.85spt.26
fair to good wethers. $3.603.36; feeding
wether. 13.404T3.K-. fat ewes. I2.76ii3.7a:
reeding ewes. S2.3biSl.25.
Ke. . Tt. Na. . r.
$ ISO 4 71 ' 1 M0 I 40
HOGS Only the most expressive term
were used In describing the hog market
again today. No two salesmen sold their
begs In th same notches yesterday, quality
considered, and a basis of comparison was
lacking., It wn another choppy, uneven
market In both division, with th seal
of price sharply lower. Traders who sold
out early yesterday were morally certain
that values were all of 25340c lower, while
others who took their punishment at yes
terday' eke ventured feeble opinions of
jMt2aa declines, as compared with y eater
day average trade, duik or today sal
appeared to d rignt arouna a quarter
Trade opened in halting rasnion, a might
be expected, but after movement wa
finally started, a fair degree of activity
resulted, the big end or a liberal supply
going to the scale In good season. Ship
pers bought cautiously ana demand for
heavies and rougn pecxing grade wa no
good from any aourc.
He I ec tea ta con noge orougni as much as
$8.20, which waa top price, and bulk of good
light rangea rrom sv.Ytxn-s.uu. Mixed moved
around $7.60, with good light mixed at $7.65
C'7.76. Market for heavy hog wa de
moralised, with prlcee ever changing. Good
heavies orougni (.,'. tu, out it was a
pretty hard taak to sell the rougher kinds
at $7.26. Bulk was scattered and the range
fully a wide a It wa yesterday.
For th week receipt have been liberal,
quality mixed and net declines largest In
many months. Current sales aro ot only
tbfl&c lower than those of teat Saturday,
but are alo th lowest paid thus far this
SHEEP Practically nothing In the way of
sheep and lambs arrived for the open mar
ket today, the one load that was received
going direct to a packer. 1
Trade during the week has been featured
by liberal receipts, a very fair demand for
fat stock and a broad cutlet for feeders.
Supplies were made up almost wholly of
ranae shipments, but the proportion of
lambs was much larger than recently, while
thin and half fat sorts were aln generous.
Fat lambs met with the popular demand
at the opening and brought prices some
higher than those of the previous week
Since Tuecday, however, the trend ot values
has been lower snd most ot the early ad
vance has been lost. Heat lamhs moved at
87.26'u760 11D till mld.weelt. whlie It would
sue strictly choice quality to onng i.w
rot aneen have been lively sellers at an
times.. Current Quotations on aood wethers
and ewes show net advances of 10tj-25c for
the week, Montana closing at $4.1a. r""JJ'
fat ewes on sale have been bringing $3.75.
Handy weight yearlings were wanted at
tS.ir.4io.40, but nothing choice ha been
comlne to trv out the nrlce Hat.
Feeder trsde has been almost riawiess
from a salesman's viewpoint. Speculative
and country lnaulrles have been easily
ample and week's close Is finding the
feeder department bsre or -stock or any
kind. Small advances have been scored,
feeder lambs selling- as high as 1B.20 and
feeder yearlings bringing $6.00. Late trade
In feeder lambs anneared weak, however.
so thnt a very good quality may be had for
CHICAGO LIVB STOCK MAIIKET
Shlnner Find Steady Market for
Cattle and Bheep.
YHICACO. Julv 30. CATTLE Receipts
1.000 head; market, steady; beeves, $4,704
8 20: Texas ateern. 13.50((i5.60: western steers,
$4.754t.0. stockers and feeder, $4.00a.;
cows and heifers, $2.0CKS7.20.
HOGS Receipts, 14,000 head; mamet,
ink dull 6c lower than earlier: llgnt,
$8.3iii.70: mixed. $7.95a.50; heavy, 2!.6o
8.36; rough, $7.657.90: good to choice heavy,
$7.80W.4i); pigs, $8.40Sj.95; bulk of sale)
SHEEP AND LiAMBM rteceiiun, .
head; market, steady; native, xz.7ixB4.8u,
..i.rn 15 ft, Mi- vearllnss. t4.wW6.Vo;
native lambs, $1.507.60; western, $4.76W.6u.
Kansas City Llve stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. July 30. -C ATTLE Re-
.ir.ta inn hand, including- 1W souinenia
manket eteaay: aressea ucn m -
steers, $6,2647.80; latr to gooo, i.rjuj'o.vu,
western steers, $4.0036.80; tocker and
feeder, $2.&0i&6.2&; southern steer. $3.60
5.00: southern cow. $2.&OfS3.7&; native cows.
$2.264.75; native heifers. $3.008.60, bulls,
$2.60a3.75; calves, $4.007.50.
HOGS Keceipts, z,twi neaa; niaum iu
200 lower; bulk of sales, 18.0xg.4o; heavy,
$7.0ra8.00; packers and butchers, $8.004,8.40;
light, $S.304.4o. , 1
SHEEP AND . LAMUH neceipis.
head; mark steady; lambs, fts.iawi.w;
yearlings, $4.00(66.00: wethers, $3.76ftf4.j&;
ewes, 83.26Q4.ou; stockers ana iwocrs,
CBiis m mm must -S-::
Movement of Winter Wheat is rail
ing- Off and Prices Are Up.
FOREIGN HEWS CAUSES . EISE
Report Rasalaa hlpment Are Fall
lag Off Caaaea Ralllaa Tendency
la Wkrat Price- Psrrlatft
Are of Good Character,
OMAHA. July SO, 1910.
Ther wer no cablea, it being a holiday
at Liverpool. European crop new Is bull
ish, with estimated Russian shipment
With the movement of winter wheat de
creasing, hedging sales are lighter and In
vestment buying Is of better character.
Corn showed better tone. although
weather conditions over the belt are more
favorable. Price hav had a good decline
from recent high levels and hort sellers
are more cautious.
Wheat showed better ton and acted
strong. The Impression prevails that the
country novement will be much lighter
from now on, and outside markets, are
showing up firm and higher. With a ood
active cash demand and lighter receipts,
price could easily advance from present
Corn Prices ruled hlrher throughout the
day on general buying by shorts, who were
ran inclined to bo short over sunuay.
Traders were Ignoring better weather con
ditions and forced value up from the
close yesterday. Receipts are good, but cash
demand 1 active, offering being easily ab
Primary wheat receipts were 1,603,000 bu.,
and shipments were hTfi.OOO bu5 against re
ceipts last year of 1.222.000 bu., and ship
ments of 812.0u0 bu.
Primary corn receipts were 443,000 bu..
find shipments were 2M.O0O bu.; against re
ceipts last year of 476,000 bu., and ship1
ments of 403,000 bu
Clearance wer 6,000 bu. of corn, none of
oats and wheat and flour equal to 46,000 bu.
local range of option:
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St. Loala Live Stork Market.
KT. IX)IIIS. Julv SO. CATTLE Receipts,
1,600 head. Including 1,200 Texans; market
ateady; native beef sUer. $5.76(&8.25; cow
and nelters, $3.57. uo; stocaers and feed
ers, $3.25iS,60; Texas and Indian steer,
$4.00e7.00; cow and heifers, $3.606.26;
calves In car load lots, $604i9.00.
HOGS Receipt. 4.000 head; market lower;
nlira and lights. $S.004t 00: packers. tX.WU
8.80; butchers and best heavy, $8.3698.75.
sHKbir" AND JUAM03 tteceipta, iuu nciu,
market steady; native mutton, $3.7&4.26;
. St. Joaepa I.lve Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. July 80.-CATTLK-Recelpt
100 head; market, steady; steers, t4.60ti7.2o;
cow and heifers, $2.766.00; calve, $3.25(0
HOGS Receipt 6.600 head; market, 100
to 20c lower; top $8.46; bulk of sales, $8.00
SHEEP AND LAMBS None on sale;
market unchanged; lamb. $6.607.10.
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
Omaha Cash Price.
WHEAT. No. S hard, 874'"q'4c; No. 3
hard, 9ii4r98o; No. 4 hard, 82'tr90c; rejected
hard, 82r(nOo; No. S spring, 7C 1.00; No. 3
spring, 807c; No. 4 spring, 86920.
CORN No. 2 white, H34'tf34c; No. t
White. 62iQ34o; No. 4 white, SKri-fc; No. 2
yellow, 61ic; No. I yellow, 80-VtiW14o; No.
4 yellow, 64iHc: No. 2, Wic; Mo. 3. 604
604c; No. 4. 684e94c; no grade. 4&50c.
OATS Standard, 37ig374c; No. 3 white,
S6437c; No. 4 white, 354'(0364c; No. 1 yel
low, 854364c; No. 4 yellow, 84364o.
BARLEY No. 1 feed, 63(&55c, new; re
RYE No. 2, 7375c. new; No. S, 7173c,
Wheat Corn. Oats
Cash quotation wer follows;
FIAJIIR Kssv; winter patents, $.v!.vtT5...0;
winter straights, $4 3O..7-5.J0; spring straights,
$62.VmR.4o; bakers, $4.15.80.
11VK-No. 2, 7747fc.
BARLEY Feed or mixing, &0$je; fair te
choice malting, (S01i7o.
REEDS Flax, No. 1 southwestern,
No. 1 northwestern. $115. Timothy, $6.01.
Clover. $12. W. ' ...
PROVISIONS-Pork, mess, Mil.. $24.00
4724.35. Lard, per 100 lbs. $11,614. Short
riha. sides loeV $ll.374ll.62Vii '""l
clear sides (boxed), $11.7.V 12.00.
Total clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 460.000 bu. Trlmsry receipts wer
1.5(2.000 bu.. compnrcd with 1.22J,50i bu. th
corresponding day a year ago.
Estimated receipts for MondnyV Wheat,
601 cars; corn, 181 car; oats, 172 ear; hogs,
Chlcnso Cash Prices Wh'il: No. t red
$1.0X11 044; N 8 red. $l.02tM.01; ' No. 1
hard. $1.03ffM.0IV, N- S hard, $1.025JI.O: No.
1 northern spring, $1.24ffrl.r . 3 northern
spring. $1.11X91.20; No. 1 spin's. Sl.ludTl.17.
Corn: No. 2 csah, fo'e; No. X cash, W
M'4c; No. 2 white, USVtW-ir: No. 8 white.
4'frCV,ic: No. 2 yellow, fio'f; No. I
yellow, 64',--f:iUe. Onls: No. 2 white, new,
3S4c; old. 3mj4c; No. t white, new, 7',374i-;
old, 3a33c; No. 4 white, new S7e; old,
S7g,S4N standard, 3SQWV4o; oIJ, SO-iTiWic
CHEESE Steady; dalea. lb'41il544l
twins, 14'3'irc; young Americas,, liViwiWw
long horns. 15c.
POTATOES steady; cliolc to fancy, TOO
72c; fair to good, C6&67c. . . .
POULTRY Easy; turkeys, 20c; ehlekens,
14c; srrings 17o.
VEAL Steady; 60 to 80 lb. Win. 8ffS4:
60 to 85 lb. wta. 04U4c; Si to 110 tlx wis. JO
Carlot Receipts Wheat, SIS cars: eorn.
801 cars; oats, 229 cars. Estimated Tomor
row Wheat, 601 cars; corn, 181 crj oats,
Quotation, lurr.lshed by Samuel Dura;
Jr.. 633 Nw Tork Life building. Omaha;
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Quotation , of the Day on Various
NHJW YORK, July 80. FLOUR Quiet and
without Quotable chance: spring patents.
$5.75ti.l5; winter straights, $4.&0ft4.66; winter
patents, $4.76i6.lo; spring clears, 44 5!xa4.eo;
winter extras,. No. 1. u.iui-w; winter ex
tras. No. 2, i3.60ii3.65; Kansas straights.
$4.855.15. Rye flour, steady; fair to good,
$4.10(3 4.35; choice to fancy, $4. 40C4. 60.
CORNiMEAD wuiet; tine wnite ana yei-
.'Uiis Nominal; no. a western, boo, i. o.
b. New York, old.
BARLEY Nominal; malting-. &372c, e. I.
WHEAT-Spot market firm; No. I red,
$1.071.08, elevator, to arrive, o. L f., and
$1.0!. f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern, $1.&4,
f. o. b. i There wa a quiet market In wheat,
but price were very steady on covering by
shorts land on reports of smaller country
offerings in the southwest, closing un
changed to 4o higher. September, $1,08(9
1.064, closed at $1.06; December closed at
CORN 'Spot msrket firm; No. S, 73c, nom
inal, elevator, domestic basis, to arrive, c.
1. f. The option market wa firmer for July
on covering by belated shorts, closing 4o
net lower for September and nominal for
other option. July, 7&76c; September
closed at 724c. Receipts, 3,876 bu.
OATS Spot market ateady; mixed, 26 to
32 lbs., nominal; natural white, 24 to 32 lbs.,
4u44Uc; clipped white, 84 to 42 lb., tjvic.
Receipt, 63,375 bu.
HAY-Steady; prime, $1.80; No. 1, $1.26;
No. 2. $1,164(1.20; No. S, $1.001.06.
HOPS gulet; state, common- to choice,
1900, 2023c; 1908, nominal. Paclflo coast,
1900, &q 16c: 1908, nominal.. .
HIDES Quiet; Central America, 20 21c;
Bogota, 204't214o. .
LEATHEli Easy; hemlocks, firsts, 214J
20c; seconds, 21i&33c; thirds, UG20c'. rejects,
PRO VaSIONS Pork, steady; mess, $25.60
0 26.00; family, $28.0u2.&O; ahort clears,
K4.0O&25.75. Beef, ateady; mess, $1 5.0016.00;
family. $19,004 18.60; beef hams, $22.0iu 24.00.
Cut meats, steady; pickled bellies, 10 to 14
lbs., $16.&Oif 19.00; pickled hams, $1.001.60.
Lard, steady; middle-west, prime, $11,709
11.10; refined, easy; continent, $12.46; South
America, $13.26; compound, $9.60,10.00.
TALLOW steady; prima city, bhds, 7c;
OlDii Cotton seed, easy; prim crude,
outheast, nominal; prim summer, yellow,
$3.7610.00; September, tS77'y8.b0; October,
$7.6.Vu7.68; November, $701fi7.03; December,
$4.86.86. Petroleum, ateady; refined. New
,r-i. kt.1. a?3r.. rAlMA,1 K'.a Vn.ir hi.lU
IQr&i UUiri., fl.VU, (ciiiicu, . ' " . v . n , wu.n,
14.16: Philadelphia, bbls., $7.66; Philadelphia.
bulk, $4.16. Turpentine, quiet; machine
WOOL Eat y; domestic fleece, XX Ohio,
ROSIN Steady; strained, common, to
RIOE Steady; domestic, $43oi Patna,
MOLASSES Steady; New Orleans, open
BUTTE 14 rirm; receipt s.ww; creamery
specials, 28fc2c; extras, ivn28c; stats
dairy, common to finest, t2a-274c.
CHEESK Hteaay; gtate wnoie mux, spe
cials, 14i&16c; state whole milk, fancy,
144o; atat whole milk, average prime, 13
fil4c; aklma, full to apeclul, 3'A12o,
EGOS State, Pennsylvania and nearby
hennery, white, 28&33o; state, Pennsylvania
and nearby gathered white, 2ftc; state.
Pennsylvania and nearby hennery, brown,
26i&27c; state. Pennsylvania and nearby
fathered brown. 222(26c.
POULTRY Alive, nominally unchanged;
dressed quiet; western broilers, 17$18c;
fowls, 173184c; turkey. 1619a
Mlaepn!t Orala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 80 WHEAT July.
$1,174; September, $1.UH9L11H: December
11 Kii: cash. No. 1 hard, $1,304: .No. 1
northern, $1.18fifl.l94; No. 1 northern, $1,149
1.18: No. $ northern, $1.12g'l.l4.
FLOUR First patents (In wood,
Minneapolln). $6.7Ofl4.00; second
totuao.Ni: flret clears, $4.804.60;
FLAX Closed at $2.44.
CORN No. 8 yellow, OtQiSo. .
OATS No. 3 white, 40-tlc.
IISE-No. S. 72iii;4c
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Feature of the Trading; and Closing;
Price oa Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, July 80. Crowded galleries on
the Board of Trade today wero puzzled and
disappointed. The spectators had gathered
In the hope of seeing a wildly excited mar
ket, the finish of a supposed "corner" in
the July wheat option.
Today waa the last day when Delivery
of the grain could be made and there had
been much gossip that the exchange of this
might make sensational action to foil audac
ious spectators. Instead of a whirl of busi
ness aad In place of rapidly mounting quo
tations, onlookers witnessed a humdrum
Saturday session and actually met a de
cline of 8c In wheat for July. Other op
tion were unchanged to He up. Corn, ex
cept for July, finished 14c to T40 higher,
and oats, o f.o 14c The wlndup In provis
ions was Irregular 174c decline to 20c ad
Total transaction . In July wheat today
aggregated not more than 600,000 bushel,
most of It In small lots, none higher than
26,000 bushels. If any extraordinary short
age had to be settled, It wa done outside
of the trading pit and without spectacular
accompaniment. The fact was that the con
cern which wa popularly credited with be
ing most in a pinch for July wheat was
the principal source of supply for purchas
At th loWest point of the day the price
was 6c below last night' level. The
range ws from $1,034 to $1,084, with th
close weak at $1.05 to $1.064c.
September fluctuated between $1.02io and
$1.03 and $1.04, closing Ho to He up, at
$1,034 to $1.03H.
Many dealer who have recently been sell
ers of corn took the opposite side of the
market today. September varied from 62c to
6440 and closed strong at 64o to 644o, a
net gain of 14c to lHc. July advanced only
4c. The cash msrket was firm. No. 2 yel
low closed at 62 40 to 63c.
Offerings of oat wer light. September
wa high, and low points for the session
were S7Ho and 86c, with the last sales
at 37Vo and 37He, a rise of Ho to 4c, com
pared with last night.
The close left pork 74c lower to 20c
Bcatiie Craaroary, pt4...
btatrloa Creamery, com..
City National Bank Bids.
City ot omana 4a, lilt
luiumoua klxi. Lt. k. ItM
Cudahy racking Co. 6a, 1184
801 2294iina f'r 'Oaurano. . ,
nouMon waior w.
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Kaoaas Oaa a Klsa. I par eant I4..
Kanaaa City, Max. Orlant, pM....
Lincoln TraaUen Co. 4 par eant. ,tM
Mania Co 4 Ha,
Nat. City Ilk. N. Y
Kab. Tal. atock t par oant.
New York. City ot 4V4a 1967
Omaha Water Co, 4a, 144..
Omaba Oaa 4a, 1117
Omaha Kiao. Unt aa, IMI ,
Omaha Klaa. Lght p(4 6 par eant
Omafc a U. B. at Kr pit I par ml
Omaha C. B. 8t, Hf. la, ml
raelllo T. T, la, 111 M
ttu lnauraua Co. It
Centtla. CUT of, 6a, 1IM... M
Tii-Cltr Hr. a U Co. at. Ittl. ........ Mt
TlOawaiar 4a. nil (Guar. H. Hogart aa, 100
Union Stock Yardt so. oniaha tt
Waal. PacUla la M
OMAHA, July 31. Bank clearing far t
day wer $2.139.4U.i7. and for the eorre
pinding date last year $1,741,496.. . Th
clearing for the week were aa follows:
' - ' 1909. ' L410. '
.."$ !,3M.34 M' $ 'S,64u,u44.(i3
. m4 ,
Cotton Market. '.
NEW YORK, July SO.-COTTON-Future
closed firm; closing bids: August, 16.1Kc;
September, 14.12c; October, 13.60c; Novem
ber, 13.60c; December, 13.60c; January, 13 4:V;
February, 13.43c; March, 13.47c; May, 13. w.
Spot cloned quiet; 10 point decline; mid
dling uplands, 16.26c: gulf, 16.60c; sales none.
ST. LOUIS, July Sa-COTTON Julet;
middling, 16c; sales, none; receipts, 1.128
bales; shipments, 296 bales; stock, 8,41
NEW YORK, July 80.-St7OAR-.Raw,
steady; muscovado, 89 test, 1.86c; centrif
ugal, 6 test, 4.36c; molasses sugar, 89 test,
8.61c; refined steady; crushed, 6.86c; granu
lated, 6.16c; powdered, 6.26c,
8T. LOUIS. July aWWOOL Higher; ter.
rltory and western mediums, 18Si4c; fine
mediums. 17620c; fin 13J17o
Rent an Office
a. ' . j .'-'
Heart of Omaha
t. o. b.
ptaaka Hav Market.
OMAHA. July . HAY No. t upland.
IH.VO; No. 8 upland, JU OU; packing. ou.
Straw: Wheat. tl"l: rya Jisi oat. $8.08.
Nf tY t'X'A
There is some available space for rent at the
present time. '
Room 623 Located on top floor, facing court, trttb. 870
quare feat, Including vault, which reota (or $23 per month.
Ground Floor Office Just off court, which clrei aasy
access from Farnam street This space will be remodeled to
; Rooms Available August 1st
Room 017 Court room, 8x14. . Rent for f 10.00 per
Room 540 East front, 11x19, good light. 23.G0
Room 04 One ot the best suites of offices In the city.
In the corner of the building facing 17th and Farnam. ,
This space is divided into three rooms with tiled partition,
giving a total of 670 square feet, and Is fitted with large
vault Rent, $00.00 per month.
Rooms 218 and 220 -Nice suite offices located In north
west corner of building. The larger room is partitioned
as to afford two private offices and reception room, and ia
provided with vault This makes a good combination of. rooms
and has been occupied by insurance company; may be rented
for $32.00 per month. . ,'
The Bee Building Co.
R. XV. BAKER. Supt.
17th and Farnam
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