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WANTED SITUATIONS
tofltUlliJJ
the r,r,r,; omaha. Wednesday, xoyemrkti o, ioin.
TOTNU man iirn pIhc to work for
fcoard anil room in private family while
attending colli e. Uoyles College. Moth
tihonee.
I'fiMI'KTh.NT stenographer, $11.60 per
ek; good refetem-e. telephone riarnejr
2:.
A IOKITIM aa bookkeeper; reference
furniihed. Address M. 81, UM.
TYI'KWKITINU.
82."i, Hep.
kny
kind. Will oil. 8.
OKKIi'K WORK An expert bookkeeper
and rapal'le of Inking full charge of office.
Addn io W 3-. (
OPF1CK position an assistant bookkeeper,
caxhier fir In Kny line of clerical work;
familiar with addrFBsograph, two yeara' ex
fierlenre; iinii.tlonable references. Ad
irra N liec.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
INDIAN I AN D SAI,E J.onn.000 ACIIK3
of unallotted land of the Five Civilized
Tribe In Oklahoma will be sold at public
auction to the highest bidder at the fol
lowing tlmeH and daces:
SKMINOIB NATION,
l'ldce of No. of Acre- Time of
r"onnty. of aula. tract, ace. beginning.
Seminole, Wewoka... B4 a.414 Nov. 21, 1910
( ItKKK NATION.
IS
inr,
247
4.X2
fw
125
4
82
134
18
s
62
m
473
279
24B Nov. 81. 1910
Nov. 21. 1910
4.M0 Nov. as. 1HI0
18,i0 Deo. 14. 1910
g ) 1 eo. 1H. 1MI
17.2"0 lec. 19, 1910
l.wfl Dee. 22. 1910
VW0 Dec, 23, 1910
, 1910
, 1910
S Nov. M
!tw Nov. 21
l.jno Nov. 25. 1910
2.2"iO Nov. 2t. 1910
8.2.10 Nov. 2. 1910
VKI Nov. 28, 1910
d.ftiO Nov. 3D, 1910
lO.OnO Iee. 2, 1910
6.2"0 Iec. 8, 1910
11. Dec. (, 191
a,) Dec. 12, 1910
1910
1910
, Pemlnol. Wewoka
Okfuskee, Okemah...
Okmulgee, Okmulgee.
WclntoHh, Kufala...
Hughes, Ilolilenvlll
Creek, Pepulpa
Tulsa, Tuiea
Wagoner. Wagoner.
CIIKUDKES NATION.
Washington, Martles-
vllle
Ottawa, Afton
Ropers, Claremore
Orsltt. Vinita
Delaware, (irove ....
Nowata, Nowata ....
Adair. Ftilwell
Periuoyah, Sallisaw...
Muskogee, Muskngeo
Cherokee, Tahlequah
Mayes. Pryor
C1J ICKAStA W NATION,
flradv. Chlrkaha. ...1,247 m.4MO Deo. 1,
Ftenhens. Inmcan .. .L412 12B.370 Dec. 7,
Jefferwon, Ryan 1,96 74.2-'4 Ieo. 14, 191
I.ove, Marietta 1.121 9.9"0 Dec 19. 1910
Carter, Ardniora ... .1.S1S 120,410 Ieo. 23. 19!
Murray, Hulphur .... 621 41. WOO I ec. 29, 1910
Oarvln, I'mils Valley.1.420 17.3 Jan. 3.191
McClaln. Rureell .... HHi 65.7) Jan. 9.1911
Rontotoc, Ada 1.144 76 000 Jan. 12, 1911
Johriecn. Tishomingo K7 W MO Jan. 17. 19)
Marshall, Madlll .... 491 29.000 Jan. 20, 1911
CHOCTAW NATION.
Bryan, Durant 757 32.000 Jan. W, 1911
Atoka, Atoka l,r 146. 2"0 Jan. 25, 1911
Coal. Coal Kate Sf.'t M,fi Jan. 80, 1911
IHt-hurg, McAleutar.1,290 212. 2 Feb. 1. 191
Hughes, Calvin 701 78,OfiO Feb. 8, 191
I.atlmer, Wllhurton.. r 1S.2"0 Feb. 11, 19J
iiHHKpn, titlger T2H
I 1 lore. Toteau BJS
Pushmataha, Antler frxt
Choctaw. Hugo 7f
McCurtaln. Idabel 1,110
Not more than 190 acres
iana in any nation shall be sold to any
nn person ami no person win t per
muteii to purchase more than 640 acre
f land other than agricultural; 26 per
cem or me purcns.se prica must Da paid
i ine lime oi purcnase. Daiance. wild
per cent, from data of sale aa follows: 26
per cent within 6 months and BO per cent
wnnin i months irom date of sale. Full
payment may be made at any time, after
wmcn oeea rrom the tribal chief or gov
rrnor and approved by the secretary of
ine interior will be oromntlv Issued. Im
mediately after approval of sale certificate
"i purcnase win issue ana the buyer al
towea immeniate possession of the land.
I-or Information apply to the Commie
noner to the Five Civilized Tribes tha
t rutrni MRies Indian Superintendent
union Agency, Muskogee, Oklahoma, or
tlie pf flees of the various District Indian
.ngnnia ur me commissioner or Indian Af-
lairs. Washington. U. C-, or tha superin
tendent of the Indian warehouse at 11th
ana t-tpuoi avenue. Omaha, Nebraska.
Usts of these lands have been
prepared by counties, showing terms of
sale, the description of th various tracts
and minimum price of sale. It will be
Impracticable to furnlalt each Inquirer all
of these list and It Is stiggeeted that per
sons desiring uch Information specify the
counijr or locality in wnicn n is inter
eeted.
Hlue print of the various counties show.
ing the location cr the land to he iaU
w III be furnished to applicants by the Com
missioner to the Five ClvllUed Tribes
upon me payment of l.oo each In the form
or nrart or poxtai money order. J. O.
nniuti r, oommiymoner to the Five Civil
lr.ed Tribes. Muskogee, Oklahoma, Octo-
oer iv. J!)iu. OrUo-iM N2-e-U
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Are Active and Prices Steady
to Shade Higher,
HOGS ARE TEN CENTS HIGHER
l.oral Killer Take rrartlcally Kvery.
thing; Offerral for lale Karrs
Are Irre-galar t Some
l.o w er.
SOUTH OMAHA.
Ilecelpte were:
OifliJai Monday.. ..
Estimate Tuesday
Neb., Nov. , 1910.
Cattle Hogs Sheep.
B.9..7
l.M
2 A
2.UM
26.WJ
6,996
Two days this week.. 7,icr;
Kama da last week. ., .22.W1
fcame day 2 weeks ago.. 21 hi
.ame day 3 weeks ago..29i
t-ame days 4 weeks ago. .26 79
ame days last year.... 17.027
.The..?ol,owlnS" thle shows
V mine nogs and sheen at
4 8X4
6.670
7,K
5.727
7.&
the receipts
South Omaha
31.79
67..
67.4l
lH.44!t
H8,342
17.306
or me year to date as compared with last
year. mm imu inM tun
I.OK1.S24 94X.992 112.6S2
J."K l.tW;.tH l.HH.94
"""I1 2-'iSJ.S43 1.9".2:i8 704.107
The following talle show the average
prices of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several day with comparisons:
261,905
1
1
44.XO0 Feb. 18, 1911
So . Feb. 18. 191
75.0110 Feb. IS. 191
48.9O0 Feb. 22, 1911
80.2110 Feb. .', 1911
oi agricultural
RAILWAY TIME CARD
41 Uur
Arrive.
all JO pro
a 6 46 pra
a 6:46 am
m 6:10 pm
8:30 pm
a 7:42 am
a 12:30 am
a 4:60 pm
a 8:20 pra
a 4:46 pin
aio so am
b 1:20 pm
b :30 am
o :M ani
1:26 pm
all: 8 pm
bU:0s pu
tWIOJf iTATlOSf Tenth
I nlem Paclflo
' Leave.
Ban. Fran. Overland I... a 8:15 am
i:hln and Japan F. M..a 4:10 pra
Atluntlo Express .
Oregon Express a 4:00 p in
Los Angeles Limited. ...al2:46 pm
Colorado Special all :4ft pin
Ienver Special .....a 6:47 am
Colorado Express a S:H) pm
Oregon-Wash. Umlted..ai2:60 pm
North Platte Local a 6:15 am
Orand Island Local a 6.30 pm
Lincoln Beatrice LooaL.bl2:40 pm
h lcage, Milnraake A at. Paal .
ovenairf limited all:0 pm a T:6t am
Kiii-v.aiiuu o cio am
Omaha-Savannah E1....0 7:15 am
Colo.-Cal. Ex a ( 00 pm
Colorado Bpeclal a 7:67 ant
lJerry-Omaha Local b 6:16 pm
Clcaaro A NarUwtittra
NORTHBOUND.
Twin City Expreaa a 7:60 am
Woux City Local a prn
Wtnn. Dakota Ex a 7:00 pro
Twitf City Ltd (ex Hat). a 1:46 pm
Twin City Ltd (ex Hat) U:M) pin
EASTBOUND.
Omaha Express a 7:00 am
Chicago Iocal al2:06 pm
Colorado-Chicago a 6:10 pm
Chicago BpeclaJ a 6:02 pm
3'Kcifio Coat-C'hicaco...a 6 06 pio
Los Angeles Limited.. ..a 1:60 pm
Overland Limited all:4S pm
Denver Kpeoial al2:40 am
Carroll Local a t.M pm
Fast Uall... a 1:30 pm
WESTBOUNO.
tJncoln-Chadron a 7:60 am
iN'orfolk-Dallaa a 7:60 am
lxng I'lne-So. Platte. ,.b 115 pm
llaatlnga-Huperlor b S 15 pm
leadwood-llot bprings a 1:66 pm
Caair-Lander a 1:66 pm
Fremont-Albion b t.M pm
Chicago, Hock Islam 4k I'aelfl.
EAST.
!Bocky Mountain Ltd..all:8S am
Cliicago Iay Ki press.. a 8 46 am
Chicago Local Pass....bl0.16 am
Des jdotnea Local I'aas.a 4:00 pm
Chicago Express a 4:40 pm
Chicago Limited. a i.UM pm
WEST. .
Phi -Neb. Ltd., IJncoiw a 1 20 am
4'olo. 4k Cat Exp a 1:25 pm
Okl. & Texaa Expreaaa 130 pm
ltocky alountaln Ltd...al0.&o pm
4 kleag fireat Hitcra-
10:W pm
a i z pm
15 am
7:S0 am
f:W am
12:18 am
1:28 pm
128 pm
7:66 am
1:28 pm
12:30 pm
7:46 am
(81 am
lo uo am
1 86 pm
all:00 am
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b 6:80 pm
b 6:20 pm
a 6:.0 pm
11:00 am
a l uo pm
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a 4 30 pm
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47 pm
4 0 pm
a 1 :a pm
12 ;S0 am
.a 6 43 pm
a 8:30 pra
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.a 4 30 om
.a 7:30 am
Chicago Limited ....
Twin City Limited..
Twin City Express..,
Chicago Express....
atiasti
Omaha-8t Ixuls Ex
lall and Expreaa
fctaub'y Ld Uioin C.B.).b 1:00 pm
MUutarl t'auJflc
K. C. A St. L. Ex a 1:10 am
K. C. av UU L. Ex., ex
cept baturday aU:U pm
K. C. & Su L. Ex.
Saturday only.., 12:00 pm
llltaala f'aral
Chi. ago Expreaa a 7 00 am
Chicago Limned a I 00 pm
Wiuu. t. 1'aui Express. b 7 :o0 am
idiun.-tt. Paul Limited. a 6 uu pm
T.61 am
1:30 pm
a 1.4 pm
am
all:16 pm
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t.U am
160 pm
1:46 pm
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a (.00 am
Uiwa
Barllaatoi
lenver A California.
Puget rSuund Expreaa
Jvl.rafka polula ...
piaik H;ll
lJiicolii Mall
S;irtbwest Expreaa .
ebianka points
iebiM.ah Express ...
iJiu-uiti IamaI
IJ.iiuiti ).o'al ,
r huylrr-Plat turnout h
1 'lt tsuiou ! h-lawa
Jsrlrvurt-plt iamoulh
iU'iorudo Llmued ....
4'iiit'Miia hpt-ltit .....
fChtcAKO Expiess ....
M. ko t ml Express, .a o0 pm
ioi lo ii a t it am
4'reatoa la.. Local. .....a 1 30 piu
H. Lful Epiva l...a 4 JO put
Iv. (. 4a et. Joveph aiO 4a pra
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Date. I mo. llW9.lr),iI907.1908.1905.194.
Cot.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov,
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7 9144
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7 66 S 72
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7 74 6 H
9"i 7 70 6 87
7 701 6 79
7 W I 7 7(j,
2 7 78
6 691 I 02
6 l 6 OA
6 t8 4 10
I 6 07
6 S2
6 391 5 9S
6 16 6 M 4 87
4 90 1 6 99i 4 831 4 91
4 751 01i 4 SI j 4 92
4 92 4 92
4 841 4 M
4 90 1 4 M
4 U.'l 4
4 88: 4 90
4 89
Sunday.
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Lnlon Ktock Yards, South Omaha, for
twenty-four houra ending at 8 p. m. Tues
day: RECEIPTS-CARS.
,, , . Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. TI-.
C M. St P 1 1
MlBsourl Panlflo
Union Pacific 29
C. ft N. W., east 1
C. N. W west 15
C, St. P., M. & O.... 2
C, B. A Q.. east
O., B. A y., west.... 20
C, H. I. &. p., east... 1
Illinois Central
Total receipt 72
Omaha racking Co
Swift A Co
Curlahy Packing Co
Armour & Co
W. B. Vanant Co
Benton, Vansant A Lush
Hill A Son
F, B. Lewis
Huston A Co
J. B. Hoot A Co
J. H. Bulla
L. F. Husi
L. Wolf
McCreary A Carev
H. Wertheimer
H. F. Hamilton
Lehmer Bros
Lee Rothschild
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co
C. Kline
Other buyers..
S
3 9
2 8 1
7
1
4 8
9 I
2 2 1
1
33 25 15
-HEAD.
Lttle. Hogs. Sheep.
195 476
8f8 67 LSM
541 673 HtiO
202 1.0S1 6J
S
m
H
20
50
24
1
132
IS
12
4
10
262 .... 7.191
ui nn n the supply whs meager, sold up
as hlKh as lx.4.
late trade was dull and lower than the
eany market, closing saies appearing little,
f any, higher than those 01 yesterdHV. It
Is needless to add. of course, that t.xiay s
Improvement Just about oflsfts yester.iay a
r : . "o '"at current salf-a are fullv as
iMsn ss those noted at
representative sales:
last week s clone.
A t.
. .3M
. r.i
,.va
. M7
.XII
..0
..tja
..141
. .!.'4
..SH
..J17
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T ,
7 Ho
T 16
7 ss
7 5
1 '
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7 to
7
7 Ml
T S
7 S
61.
31.
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71.
4.
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a.
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. .21
. .241
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. .all
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. ::n
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.-7
Pr.
7
"0
05
$ in
)0
I )
1 1
I la
I lt
8 24
:
I 36
4 40
BHttr-ine situation In tne sheep barn
this morning was void of good leatures.
Suppliea were light, but tne demand trom
all quarters was very slack and sellers
who obtained steady prices were tne excep
tion and not tne rule. Almost everything
nan to sell at lower figures and even at
liberal reductions, offerings dm not seem
to be very attractive. The general Inter
est taken in the election ton ay accounntl
tor a poor attendance of feeder buyers,
while the slumpy appearance of eastern
mutton trade doubtless caused much of
the stagnancy In the lat stock branch of
the market.
Feeder strings, If they sold at all, had
to move at figures the cheapest of the sea
son, but regular price margins were Ig
nored and declines are not quotable. Feed
ing lamb had to be rood ones to Dass the
16 mark and ppe-weea were hardly salable
at any price. Feeder sheep met with a few
scattered Inquiries and sold more readily
than thin lamb offerings.
Fat sheeD and lambs found an outlet
that was more accommodating, but nono
the less sluggish. Sales carried lower fig
ures all along the line, good fat lambs sell
ing around tfi.16. and wethers of toppy
quality bringing 13.lv') and less. Fat ewes
would have to be prime to reach 1360. A
few shipments of fed natives were Included
In the run and brought small premium
over similar quality grass offerings.
uuotatlons on trans stock: uooa to
choice lambs. Iti.OOi'nti.S.".: fair to good lambs.
tu.764iti.00; feeding lambs. !3.26rut.50; handy
weight yearlings, t-4.7irtio.15: heavy year
lings. 14 26(ii4.'75: feeder yearlings. 14.15
4.90; good to choice wethers, tI.6Xii4.00; fair
to good wethers, J3.2rv 3.50; feeding weth
ers, t.i.lijg3.f0; breeding ewts. t:ii&'"'4.76;
fat ewes. 13.2fi5'3.60: feeding ewes. 12.26it
s w; canners, l lrg2 2&.
No.
135 Idaho ewes and wethers
02 Idaho lambs
17.2.-..
Iks.
TO-ii,.
forn.j
t2.2.'i;
Iales: Anchor brand, new, 30 1-lb
In boxes, per bo. Uwj, bulk. In
boxes, per lb., 7c. Figs: New Cah
1. 12 12-os. pkgs. X7c, .M 12-ok pk..
60 6-ox. pkgs .. O00. Figs: Turkish
per lb., He.
i-ciuwn. pr ir , ltk-; o-crown
uulnrrs: p.r box. II
EU IOTA B L E S Pot s t oea : Earlv Ohio. In
sacks. ..r bu , 90c; lea and Wlscons.n.
white stock, per bu., ftornsoc. Sweet Pota
toes: Virginia, per bhl , 12. so. Onions'
Iowa, small red and yellow, per In 2c
Indiana white, per lb. ; Spanish, per
crate. 11. 25. Oarllc: Extra fancv. white,
per lb., IfK-; red, per lb.. Ibe. Egg plant:
l-ncy 1 lortila. per dox., J1 0. Cclcrv:
Mlchlaan. ler doicn bunches. 'Xk. Uuta
bnEas: per lb., H,c. Cucumbers. Hot
house. Uj and 2 dox , per box. $1 Z,
HOME GROWN VEGETABLES Cab
bage: New, per lb., lc. Tomatoes: per
basket, 7f. String and Wax Beans: Per
market basket, 75c. Lettuce: Extra fanes
leaf, per do.. 45c. Parsley: Fanov home
grown, per dozen bunches, 30c. Turnips
Per market basket, 3,'. Carrots: Per
, marsei nasket. 4c. Beets: per market
oasnet. Stic.
MISCELLANEOUS-Walnuts: Block, per
M., 2c; Cal.fornla No. 1. per lb. lSc: Cali
fornia No. 2. per lb., 15c. Hlckorv Nuts:
lrge, per lb., 4c; small, per lb., 5c. Cocoa
nuts; Per sack. 15. SO; per do., firm. Honev:
New, 24 frames, 13,65. Cider: New York
. nan ddi., xa.fo; per bbl., 16.75.
ler-bliMid at 2'c to iiUc. Considerable
activity Is also noted In 1 e:is wools, witu
hi'Hvy sbIcs on tlaht monihs at ii.'o u u-c
on a scoured hnsis. '1 lie pulled Wool mar
ket is well snld up, while the foreign
product is qu it.
HKATIIEn IN Til hi CHAIN HKI.T
ladleatlone
I
luteal Baesirltlea.
Quotations furnished by Burns, Brlnker
t Co., 449 New Omaha Nat l bank building:
. . . iipo wsrrania s Dr oent
124.
cent
2.26A 2,163 10.516
Totals
VV 1 1 l.IiJ Ttmrm - . V. . ...... n J .. .
election day run of cattle and the usual
Minor IllUiirerent treria fi 1 rminH H,r..
piles included scarcely any good to ohotoe
7"",, oeeves, but anything at all d
uauie in tnia line MmaH ..1 ,u
iair demand on the part of the dress beef
r f nd urlce '"led fully steady with
: "nu ,n some cases a trifle bet
xncre wa not i.iuch rang beef on
sa e, but for the most part buyers paid
fully yesterdays figures for anything that
they could use and the trade wa through
.i: j lorenoon.
Ill, UflmUUI TOP hlltnh.. ml ,.r.ir . n
what broader than on yesterday and partly
lor inis reason and partly owing to the
minnii oiierinas tne market raiviv
active as far as It went and nrinea ateadv
tO a atiada belter than 1
f or veal calves continues mnit with
particular change In prices, whlla the
"" vajue is a little lower for bull..
'Time Liiera was not a .r.u 1 h.oi .p
uvity in stockers and feeders, the demand
"SV0, and the tone 10 the trade some-
nir.ier ior ail decent offerings. Yard
traders were all free hovers n antidilu
tion Of an Imoroved liammiJ !... In .t,.
week and gootf stuff of all weights found
1fel' outlet at stronger prices. On th
yiuer nana mere wa llttl disposition to
take on the medium and common stuff
and trade was rather slow on an v thins- of
Ol L tl. 1. 1. , 7 , , 7.
m... o wvn iirners are meeiine- with
much better lnoulrv than last wi
snd values are fully 10i5o higher than
nitTy w"ie inn miouie ot last week.
uuotauons on natlva euilla- cinnA in
.iioiue oeei steers .Wu7 ; fair to good
1:4 bicvii, o . ix -11 . i : common ta rale
steers, 14. 2tthv. 25; good to choice cows and
irii.-in, ri.oitis.w; iair to "oa cow and
heifers. 13. 401 4 00: cnmn.i 1- r.i. .
and heifer. 12.753.40; good to choice atock.
er and feeders, 14.605.75; fair to good
locker and feeders 14.004.60; common
to fair Blockers and feeders. 13 or., (9 an.
took helfera. IS OCru 2f- vui A ul
7 ui- hn. .;.. r. '.,r;. 4
' " ' " " b.wbw, ri., V ' J . ilk
siuuiaiiuna on range cattle: Choice to
nine Deeves, .vujnJ.76; good to choloe
eeves. 16.40iu6.00: fair to anoH I...... u u
wviiiuiuu iu Lair ueeves, U.7vi2 4 40'
good to choice heifers, 4.0O5.00; good to
K"Sx XT." Z:"..'0 "ooa .
Tv.w,v.irv vmiuu C.lU'a.eW
Kcpreaeatatlve sales:
BEEF HTTTlT.Ra
No, A. jr. No. A.
7 4 14 11 11U1 u
11--- 12U4 6 76 44 liKi .ale
4JO W 0.
9
II
4
1.. ......
I
9
1J
1
l.
1
1
I .......
8
. 14
.... 474
.... Ml
... JOM
... ia
... M
... lit
... Ill
. 4M
474
...1040
...1460
...U
... 710
1.
11...,
I...,
4...
11...,
!...,
11...,
I 20
1 X
I 16
1 46
I 16
1 44
I 44
1 70
HEIFERS.
1 Co u
1 45 4
BULLS.
1 R 1
IM I
I 66 1
I 66 1
CALVES.
...... 7
116
HI
m
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lii
474
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1?J4
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STOCKERS
4 m i 40
6 64 I 45
4 tul 4 0U
1 71i 4 DO
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WE.STEKNS NEBRASKA
AND
4 .
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104
FEEDERS.
inn
1047
U7
HI
1U4
1 f
44
4 4
4 44
4 04
4 00
4 14
4 M
4 44
1 44
1 76
4 M
4 00
1 44
4 44
4 40
4 46
4 44
4 44
28 cow es4
20 cow bo
feeders. .1150
86 feeders.. 5i3
22 heifers... 570
22 cows 795
12 heifers... 648
T feeders.. 1202
1 40
1 26
6 00
4 50
5 60
3 10
8 46
F. Stafford Neb.
4 25 4 feeders.
69 cs.&hfrs.
6 feeders.,
11 cow
11 calve..,
83 cow
17 cow
9)0
421
9N)
313
792
712
4 00
4 60
5 90
4 86
1 66
I 36
7&0
S30
9
u CO 938 1 65 6 heifers.
C lilltsiin Ni'aI.
29 feeder.. 6V4 4 40 6 helfera.
7 calve... 448 4 35
Slitter J. PII,i7.mM k-ak
10 feeder.. 923 1 60 143 feeders.. A
J. 11. lAlirhrv M.I.
I feeder.. 604 1 90 i feeder. . 7(n
Sueenev Km, w ....... i
127 feeders, m 11. Lx.
83 yearllnga (J2 4 76 17 cows..."' 931
J. A. l.OVMtt VV u . .r.. I .. u
13 yearlings 62 4 75 17 com....'. 9S1
6 COWS 9L'4 4 fkl 1? ... :1
72cwshfsk.3 4 20 S3 feeder.. 771
68 feeders.. hJ8 4 86 6 feeders., wm
I (MO Hlljtit V.
44 feeder.. 10.3 6 00 ateei s. ...1206
4 80 40 cow tei
4 Oj 18 cow Hill
8 80
E. MillawWyo.
6 00 6 sows 1064 4 24
2 80
L. Budd Wyo.
6 00 i cows 434 4 96
II. McCarl . D.
48 leedara. . kUi .
68 eowa..... 9.'4
11 cow 9m
4 feeder.. 1070
4 cows Iu-)
II"
10 fediu-s..l0jO
H.
I 86
4 U
4 00
4 40
4 00
4 71
4 00
4 00
1 70
4 80
4 00
4 85
4 06
1 W
81 5
791
850
4 26
4 36
4 71
to
levels
reeders.. 7-4 4 40 17 helfera.
teeners.. 9,57 4 bi( 14 feeders.
4 cowa &A2 1 10
Oua IV . Kr a rk
Cw SU S 15 ttcahei..
ll I 11 ' lw ,1 IT. II r., V 1.
" '.. 2-'T 6 a 6 calv'ea.;,
ueiicrs... IMI 1 kl
liOtiSHua- V.I.,.. .-...-I., l.i.i.
tiioruii.g as the reauit of a light up
piy aud re.iably active demand. The
aavaiice waa mostly a Oluie. bulk cf offer
ings uiovlng to the value wlthm two hour
arir the opening.
Packer' uiueia were the main support
. . usual, local killer taknuf
practleallv everyti.ing n Mi.. Heavies
sold around tieW.'wL a. .,,,Mr. ith
yesterday lower spread ot t, af.a7.80 on
welghta Ideoiuua welxht tnlxed
44.W ajid biir, and light bugs.
lard
brought
352 Idaho lambs
129 Idaho ewes
174 Idaho lambs, feeder..
5hl Idaho lambs
28 Idaho lambs
604 Idaho lambs
124 Idaho lambs
Av.
. 10S
,. 63
. 03
. 94
. 52
. 74
. 77
. 77
70
143 Idaho yearling and wethers 14
2 Wyoming ewes 104
4S2 Wyoming yearlings 85
11 feeders, ewes 100
310 Wyoming lambs, feeders..... 64
2r0 Wyoming lambs, feeder 63
248 Wyoming ewe, culls 87
2S0 Wyoming ewes, feeder 88
2S0 Wyo. lambs, feeders, cull.. 42
404 Wyoming lambs, feeders 49
609 Wyoming yearlings, feeders. 79
272 Wyoming yearlings, feeder. 78
86
60
61
66
79
63
53
86
62
216 Wyoming ewe, feeders..
391 Wyoming lambs, feeder
154 Utah lambs, feeder
411 Utah ewes, feeders
130 Utah ewes, culls
277 Utah lambs, feeders
197 Utah lambs, feeder
300 Utah ewes, feeders
222 Utah lambs, feeders, culls..
Pr.
3 60
6 85
5 S5
2 V,
6 00
6 40
40
6 40
5 60
4 20
8 40
4 00
8
6 40
6 40
2 25
8 00
4 25
4 90
4 00
4 15
1 75
4 5
6 00
2 75
2 00
6 00
5 00
2 75
3 80
t "r ot Omaha f, Itis
t Ity of Omaha 4, 11
t'ltr of Oniaiia 4. 1WS
Cltf National Wdj (a, 1939.,
I'olorailo Tl. Co. 7 per cent..
Columbua, Neb., Klec. U. 6a
CudalU' Parking Co. 6a. 1:4
Itrolt fnltart Rr Ia. l!ix.
Kalrniont Craamery lat O 4
Herman Flra Inauranc Oo. ..
naray, iveb. (munlc.) 5a
Kmiaas City R. U . nntea, 1512..
Kanaaa O. A B. 7 per tt. pfd. Wichita
Inwa Portland Cement at 4a
Lincoln Tel. (a, 193i
Ions Bell buniber 6s, till
Nanc. coonty, N.h., war.. 4 par rent
Michigan State Tel. 6a, 134
Omana Water Ba, IMl ""
Omaha Water Id ptd
Omaha C. B. St. R7. pfd B per"ea'nt
Omana A C. B. 8t. Ity. 4. 128....
Omaha Oaa, Sa, i17
Omaha Oaa 4a, 1914 !!!"!"
fabat Brewing Co., common..'.'.'.'"""'
I'nlon Stock Tarda atock
St. Louis, city, 4a. "
101 3
loss
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Are for Warmer Tonight
This trinity.
.... OMAHA. Nov. 8, 19i0
Light snows are fa.ling in .w Voik Citv
and Iluffalo this nmrning, with ligitit
rams at inner points In the ea.-tei 11 slares
and generally unsettled wemher prevalN
thiouKiiout that t-cctum. Kains wie nulte
general on the Pacific slope within the
last twenty-four hours, and are lalllng
at points in California. Oregon and Idaho,
this morn ng. Generally fair weather pre
vails In nil other portions of the country
although considerable cloudiness is shown
on the eastern Horsy mountain slope and
In the upper valleys and lake region Gen
erally warmer w.ather prevails In ail ec
J',!." ,exvFV " temperatures are some
what lower In the upper valleys f rot 1 the
Missouri onst to the Mississippi river The
weather will continue fair In tins vlclnty
totight and Wednesday, with warmer " ,
nesday Prouu'y slighUy warmer Wed-
1Q1A IfkVi liLAA sm-o
lowest last night .14' V T,i '
I'recipltauon no -U0 J,
Normal temperature for today. 41 de
grees " "
13 wefiniTesV ,n prec'plU,lon "'"c- Mrch L
1 oV'lnches corr'sPndlnK Period in 1909,
3 7V' nches" V co,I"espondln" Period In 1908.
L. A. TvnLSH. LoCa Forecaater.
London stork Market.
Closing stock quotations were
Consols, money ..7 11-18 Mo Kan. A Tna.. 1S4
do arrm.nt 79 15-16 New York Central.. .
Anial. (oppar 72V, Norfolk A wstern.'l03
?" , ' Pfd '.i
At:!ll";r; I" Ontario - Weatrn.. 44
ao pfd 111471 p.n.i..-i. '
. ,..,. "in...iii nana Mines
t atuillan Pacific . . . 2' 1 Rcsdlni
.nesapeaae a- (into.. SB-T, Southern Railway
hi. tlreat Western.. 2414 do pfd .
Chi., Mil. Bt. r..lJ1il Snulh.rn
stock. Futures, essv; lecember, Ss l"Nid;
Msv. 6s l!d; Msv, is llSd.
'"UN-'N'ot. quiet; Amer ran mixed. 4f
7'.-d. Futures, dull; January, nominal.
Felruar, 4s 3Sd.
Rank C leerlaaa.
OMAHA. Nov. 4 -Hank clearings for to
day were U.;ils.:! 51 ami f,,r the corre-ipond-ing
dale last year e-'.090..S2.
CHAMPION THIEF IN PRISON
Poath Dakota Mnmrateader Who
Itol.heU All Ills Nelahbora Itrarra
Indeterminate trateare,
SIOUX FALLS, S. I).. Nov. 8 -(s;peclaJ)-Olficers
have arrived here with James
Vyskclal. a Tripp county homesteader.
' " in serve an inaetermlnate
of two years In the; Sioux Falls
nary ior grand larceny. The
unusual one. the Prisoner
first sign of kidney
a serious mala ly.
trouble and avoid
hlmstif
koto.
Vyskcial,
tery when
sentence
penltcn-
case Is an
having proved
the champion thief of South Da-
.........
Wool market.
BOSTON, Nov. 8 WOOL Activltv in the
rnd' v"11"1 c"nued. wlTh eity sales
r,nc.V"lu?" rane-'n- higher. Fine sta ."
with & ? mV",.S at 660 t0 X-oured!
F eeces ".S S? 'ST ha"-b""l. common!
hatr !re ,'" flrmer. with Ohio and
half-blood held at 30o. and Wisconsin quar-
Pe Fleers
Denver A Rio O..
do pfd
Krie
do 1st pfd
Orand Trunk
Illinois Onh-al ..
Loulevllle A Nash
SILVKK-Har,
MO.N IKY 4',2'iH
Paclflo
.. liV, Union Paclflo
.. 34i4 do pfd ..
77P. 8. Steel...,
. . ton, do pfd
,. 71v,Wahah .......
. . do pfd
:.1T9 Sinlh 4a ....
steady at 2fi'.d per ounce.
per cent.
, 79V4
:
614
l'S
1x14,
K..V,
KSV,
lit
J4
v,
to
flhPv,ral J!f, dlr"nt ln ,n'' Ppn nwirket
r."i,.rl ,b!!l8..ls 41 P?r r'r'; for three
unio, lwuvi per cent.
months'
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. H.-U-1IE1T-S,
red, western winter, no
steady; No. 2
at the government land lot
l.OOO.OiRX) acres of tha .... 1
Itosebud Indian reservaUon In Tripp county
were disposed of under the lottery plan
was fortunate enough to draw No. 14
which gave him sixteenth choice of making
ocltctlon of a 100 acre farm In the vast
tract opened to settlement.
I'urtng the last ummer other home
steader living within a radius of seveiral
miles of his homestead at frequent Inter
vals missed such property as could not be
e-eoi unaer cover. Suspicion finally was
directed toward Vyskclal, with the result
that complaint was made to the county
authorities.
A search warrant was secured ...
11 ana ins deputies visited hi home
and made a searcli of his premise. Hid
den about his sheds, barn and other places
was loot of all kinds which lie had stolen
neignoors. The loot ranged al
the way from farming Implement to th
-manes! articles, and was
quantity to have started
GENERAL UPRISING IS
PLANNED IN HONDURAS
V4 lilesnrrad Movement for nt,nii..,.
of Pre. Men! Davllla la
Imminent.
NEW ORT.KANS. Nov. .-A general up
rising In Honduras, with all of the old
enemies of President I'avllla participating
In the movement for his overthrow. Is Im
mlnent. according to advices brought hers
last night by pnspengcrs on the steamer
Orleanlnn from Celba and Puerto Cortei
These arrivals say the revolutionary
spirit Is spreading throughout the little
republic and Vhile the people generslly do
not sympathise with the action of General
Valladares, the revolutionary governor of
Amapala. they are willing to again pain
to Manuel Honllla. who many believe to be
making preparations to revive his revolu
tion against I'avllla.
As an Indication of th preparation that
re going forward for a concerted move
ment against p-v111a, General Medlnu
former commandant at Celba, ha gone to
iniapaia 10 consult Valladares and has
been Joined there by General Ij,r and
no were prominent In the
cent ivicaraguan revolution.
re
late
411
He
sufficient ln
general etore.
lleiametbylenetetramlne
Is the name of a German chemical, one
of the most valuable Ingredient of
Foley' Kidney Remedy. Hexamothylene
tetramine Is recognised by medical text
book and authorities a a uric acid ol
vent and antiseptic for the urine. Take
Foley' Kidney Remedy promptly at the
Aldermaa Steaaland' Will.
MAMSO.V. Wis.. Nov. .-The will nf
Halllo -Stenslatld. alderman
city and twice consul for Norway and
Nil Milar. .4 . V.
v" "'" s Knighted uva.l
'-s ago by King Haaken, was filed
probate today and disposes of an estate
eiw.uw. ur tins aum 110.500 Is given to
f ! t n . ...,i.n . .
" '""c enterpnse fjno.OOO and
Madison Public enterprises Jsno.ooO xnl
Stensland s native pailsh Is given kroner
or 5fiO with whloh to pay off a debt.
"In I
for
1 01
ine
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS
C L ARK'S o?iVt" CRUISE
reb. 41, $400 ' up for 71 dav. Shore
trips. ALL l.NCl.l'DKH. Ruund World
lour. Jan. 2r; Trans-.Slberlan Tour. Mar
14; ltiviera-ltnly, Jan. and Kelt.; ItO Tours
to " Kurope. Specifv nrocran, dAslre.l
nas a.
flam Bt.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
d for Cattle and Sheep Weak
I logs Lower.
CHICAGO, Nov. 8. CATTLE Receipts.
7.000 head. Market weak. Beeves. t4.y,l
7.60; Texas steers, 84.104i6.6O: western steers,
84.1og.76; stockers and feeders, $3.3516.70;
cow and heifers. 82. 2606.40; calves, tl.Wii
iaai.
HOGS Receipt, 20,000 head. Market 6c
lower for heavy, others 10c to HOo lower
than yesterday's average. Lla-hts. 87.75
8.16; mixed, 87.0068.56; heavy, $7.408.3;
rougli. 87.4Oiii7.ti0; pigs. 87.60(a8.aO. Bulk ot
sales. 87.86iU8.15.
SHEEP AND LAMBS ReceiDts. S3.000
head. Market weak to 10a lower. Natives
82.0rj'4.20; westerns, 82.6Sot4.20; yettrling.
84.&o.40; native lambs. 4.76Q&60.
Kanaaa City LIT Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. i. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 14,000 head, including 300 southerns.
Market steady to etrong; closed weak.
Dreseed beet and export steers, 86.0O&7.26:
fair to good, 84.76ai.00; western steers, 84.00
456.78; stockers and feeders. 13.60(25.26:
southerns steers, 3.76V6.26; southern cows,
8!!.76i(i4.oO; native cows, S3.004i6.00; native
heifers. 83.66yS.00; bulls, 83.60ij4.26; .calve,
84.00lj.oa
HOGS Receipts, 6,000 head. Market
steady to 60 lower. Bulk of sales, &.W(i
40. Heavy, 8.o&4!8.SO; peckers and butch
ers, S8.2.a8.44; light, 88 .30W8.45.
SHiSEH ANU LAMllJi Keceints 7 000
head. Market steady. Lambs, 85.2?T(i6.&0;
ytarllngs 84.26(&6.00; wethers, 83.764c4.26;
ewes. J3.lMi4.0O: stockers and feeders. 1:1 oft
&4.2o.
You'll find Your QppoHuniiv in fie NewWeU
When Horace Greeley said :
Go West Young Man
" I:
"nTweft time the wonderful Possibilities of that
marvelous country known
ns
St. I.onls Live Stoek Market.
ST. LOUIS. NOV. 8. CATTT.Fi-Recelnta
6.100 head. Including 8,700 Texans. Market
steady to lOo higher. Native shipping and
export steers, 87.037.76; dressed beef and
butcher steers, 86. 507. 60; steers under 1,000
1 os., ts.wiro.ou stockers and feeders .13 nut
., mm aum neuera, j, (iii.w; canners
82.764f3.25; bulls. 83.26((f6.00; calves, IS.O.OO
"' aim niuian steer, .tiO(tfY.UU; cows
ana neuera, J.ibak4.2b.
HOtia Receipts. 6.700 head. Market
steaay, figs ana lights, 4S.1&U8.66: packers.
lyu8.46: butchera and best hvv In sik.r
-.-w
a. w.
feHEEP AND T.AM KM R aeal nt a 1 HWk
neaa. Aiarxei steaay. native motions n 7n
414.15; lambs, 85.60uti.7S; cull and bucks. 82 60
w, aivunci a, a.mFV. fo.
St. Joseph Lire Stoex Market.
BT. JOSEPH. Mo.. Nn, uittt.
Receipt. 2.500 head; market weak to lOo
tuner; sreers. t.wa l.dl: cowa and heir.r.
82.6a660; calves, 83.00O41.85. '
HOU3 KoceiPU. 4.0UO heaut! n,rl.l
steady to to lower: toD. 88.42: bulk of
8.0lra8 46. '
BHKKP AND I..4MRS- Recetnta One
head; market steady; lamb, 84.KX&4J.G0.
Stock Is Sight.
Receipt of live tock at th flvo principal
western markets yesterday
Cattle
Bouth Omah4.... i,isi0
St. Joseph 8.600
Kansas City..... 14.010
St. Louis 6.I0O
Chicago 7,0tf
Hogs. Sheep
Z.OIW . 8,000
2,000
7.01 H)
1.4O0
83,000
Total
OMAHA
WHOLBAl(l
..30,400 n,700 43,400
I-RICES.
BUTTER Crsainarv. Nn s x.K m
the retail trade in 1-lb.
In 80-lb. tub. 81c: No. 8. In i.'ih ;,.V?
80c; packing stock, solid Dark '2nle-
ln 80-lb. tub. OiiUa. Uirk.t ,v,.il
every Tuesday.
cuitsid Twin. 17(B17Hc: Touna a.-.
cas, l8Sc: dalaiea. 1,u.7iIki- tnr.i.t. u..
Umburger, loo; No. 1 Luck, lo-ls; unl
ported Swls. 82c; domesuo bwU. J4c-
block Swiss, 22c.
POL'LTRr Dressed broll.ra a ..
8r00 dos.; over 8 lbs., 14c; hens, 15c; cocks'
loVjC; ducks, lSc; geese. lc: turkeva
pigeons, per do., tVM; homer squabs per
dus., 84 00; fancy squabs, per do.. IS 60- Kv
per doi.. HoO. Alive: Broilers, 16c; over
lbs.. Vac; hens, lie: old roosiera
ducks, , full feathered, llcj geeue. full feath
ered. 10c; turkeys, lc; guinea fowls 80c
each; pigeons, per do., 40c; homers." per
doa., 83 uu; s.juttha. No. L per do., 8L60
No. 8. per do.. 60c '
FISH (all frozen) Plrkerat n.
fish, lSc: pike, 16c; trout. 14c: larr'a r..T
pies, 20c; Spanish mackerel, 15c; eel l&c
haddock, 18o; flounders, 13c; green catfish'
j wa aoau, iu.w cai:u si au l ike
hoc; rrog leg, per do.. 60c
halibut. 10c.
JifcKr CUTS Rib
um 1. aaino. io. 1 rounu, vc: IMo. 2 roiin.l
;; No. i round. 7Vc. No. 1 plat !'
o 2 plate, Se- No, 3 p!ate. 6'.c. '
FRUITS, ETC.-Orange: California V.t.
encias, giwd ixea, ir box. J6.S0; is, .j,.
per box. 8600. Lemons: Llmonlera
ancy. 300 sue. per box. 8i.flo: lu-.i .1.. r.Ji
box. 88.0O: choice. Sou a I . iMr hfiv a-7 tj.
iViO i.e. per box. 87.60; 240 size 60.1 r,', kJ
ess, Katianaa: Fancy select. ne h,ln..v.
82 26472 60; Jumbo, bunch, $2.75 3.71 I'eara-'
iew xora rveuar, per bbl., $4 60; Californ a
Winter Neilla, per box. 82.8S. Ar.i.i-.-
lume grown, cooking, ner 1.1. 1 It '-..1, t..
Missouri Jonathan, per bbl., $4.76; Missouri
en uavis, per bbl.. 3 W; Missouri Wine.
saps, per bhl.. KW; Missouri Uano. i-r
bl.. 83.10: other variellea r...w Kl.l li ....
New York Greenina- and linlitain i.l- i.v.i '
84 60; Colorado Jorjaliian. ler box tl 7f!'
.'alifornia Clravenstein. err box ui- n.
fornla rielleflower. per box. 11 mi- w.k.
nglon tlrimes Golden and Jonathan, extra
anev, U to la oiaes. per biix. 12 26. ir. i.
ailfomla Emperor. rer crate. 11 Co- 1
cord, Michigan and New York, per 8-lb
basket, am-; New York Catawba, per 6-lb
basket. h-; Malaga. 0 to 46 lbs., aroaa
keg. 8o OOiu ia. Cranberrlea: l'er
4 60; per bbl.. to 75: Jeracv i,,r r.1.1 ....'
V isounata Jbell and bugle brand, per bbl.'
Per Hair
saluion, Uc;
loin and chucks.
Thousands followed his advice; they wanted to build homes and make a greater nation so in t Hp
face of innumerable dzmculties, thev made their wa y and after long, toilsome I f ounS success
indepeS S JT
There is Room for Millions Mo
re
So that we may again repeat Horace Greeley'a advice
Go West Young Man Where There s a
Chance to make Good
The wilderness has been fitted for further development and the young man with brains, brawn
fnTe 1 a Mtle hCre f " WmSelf and his than in er
PaaaBtavl J
The Western Land-Products Exhibit
to he held in Omaha January 18 to 28, 1911
dokgefy11016 WCSt Undei" rf' thUS CnabHng 70U t0 666 f0F yUrBelf What its PP10 aic
rado WvoTTf!?11 Tb? vadlUP4by ther,riche8t d mos Promising communities in the states of Colo
rado, Wyoming Utah, Idaho, Montana, Oragon, Washington and California, and they will be in chareo
of men who will be anxious to answer all your questions and to discuss your particular case
The Omaha Bee and
The Twentieth Century Farmer
wish to convince the people about the wonderful possibilities of the west, and they are backing up the Western Land
Products Exhibit because they realize that an exhibit of this kind will show people more of the reaHru h about this won
derful section than any amount of pure talk; and their real interest in the Upbuilding of th npi Su! to the fact"
that they realize that it is upon the west that Omaha must depend for its future progress and grcataes "
te r ! -
"row With It
'tfyrt
Land information bureau
Bo marir of our readerg have written tis from time to time, asking u for reliable Information
a to aoll. climate and value of land In localities In which they were thinking of locating
or buying for Inveetment, that we have decided to eatablUh a Land Information Bureau.
Thla bureau will make Investigations and gather data, so that It will be able to either
answer inquiries direct, or give parties wanting Information the names of reliable persons to
whom they can write.
When writing, address. Land
Omaha, Neb.
Information Bureau, The Twentieth Century Farmer,
r rrryfl
mi
Go Wen mnd
Grow With II