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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1913)
HIE Jthh: OMAHA, N KDNKhiUY, Im.v .lBbli -4,
OFFERED oil SALE.
RENT Remingtons, Monarchs anil Smith
JTemlers of their makers. Tlio Remington
Typewriter t'o. Telephone Douglas 1824.
Roilal credited If you purchase, and only
very newest and highest (trade, machines
f-ent out. Hates, three months for tS for
underntroke machines, or it per month
for latest model vlrlble writers.
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE
The up-to-the-minute satin stripe, ma
Jionany clothliiK cabinets of the Geo.
nrooks'store. These are Grand Rapids
Show Case Co.'a fixtures with their Im
proved three-piece extension parment
racks, all nickel plate. These fixtures
are as Rood as new and will be sold at a
tremendous sacrifice If boujrht before Jan
uary i, inn. Also cash register, safe and
Liarason's cash carrier air line system.
16th and Harney Sts.
8AFES Overstocked, second-hand, nil
makes. J. J. Dcrlght Safe Co., 1212 Farnam.
STATUTK8 FOIl PALE The Nebraska
Statutes as prepared by the code com
mission will bo ready for delivery about
January 15, 1914. Price fof ordinary bind
ing, $5. Hlhtd edition (1,000 copies), flexi
ble covers, flno paper, $6. Send orders
to this department with remittance.
Transportation" be paid by purchaser.
-Addison Walt, Secretary of State.
TOIl SAL.13 New and second-hand
carom and pocket billiard tables and
bowling alleys and accessories; bar fix
tures of all kinds; easy puymcnts. Tho
Urunswick-Dalko-Collcnder Co., 407-109 S.
fc fid Uuys Best Coal' for the money; try
ipu.vu Ui Wcb m Harmon & Wceth.
YOUNQ women coming to Omaha as
strangers aro Invited to visit tho Young
AVomen'a Christian association building
At 17th and St. Mary's Avo., where tlity
will bo directed to sultablo boarding
places or otherwlso assisted. Look for
our travelers aid at the Union station.
Anna Anderson. Mag'tlc treat, 418 Bee bldg
THE Salvation Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture, mag
nzlnes. We collect. We distribute. Phono
Uouglas 4115 and our wagon will call.
Call and inspect tho new home, 1110-1112-1114
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Corn Pit Takes the Center of the
WHEAT CLOSES A LITTLE LOWER
WenWnrnp. of the Yellow Cerent l're
rliltntr it Scare Anions; the
Louie mid nrlnjcn
OMAHA, Dec. 23, 1913.
The feature of the flays business on
tho Board of Trade yesterday was thu
corn market. Thn session ended with
James A. Patten taking In and paying for
440,000 bushels corn on December con
tracts through the house of Bartlctt
Krarler, of which tirm he Is a member.
The run of oars was upward of 1.000, and
when tho fact Is considered that the. price
of the December wns off only l'fcc, and
that It regained half of this before the
close, showed that the situation was not
wholly a bearish one. Enormous quanti
ties of the December future came on tho
market right from the Btart nnd that
month pulled down from 69-Hc to 6S"c,
but reacted and closed at 69c, compared
with a resting spot on Saturday of 69V4V
C9Sc. It would bo a difficult matter to
say as to tho open Interest In December
corn at Chicago, and It would also be
merely a guess to attempt to predict the
courso of values from this time until the
month of December hns passed out. Those
who are long December will bo obliged
to tako considerable low grade corn, ns
tho No. 3 will continue to bo delivered on
contracts as rapidly as It can be mado
ready at the penalty Imposed.
Cash wheat was He lower.
The weakness In corn was the signal
for general selling by longs In wheat, as
well as the putting out or Bhort lines,
and prices vere at one time '.MfSc below
the resting spots of yesterday. There
Nero at least half a dozen cables from
Buenos Ayrcs nnd all of them touched
on tho profcnhlo exportable surplus of
that country. One of them ppoko of the
ppor quality of. tlie wheat now being har
vested, while another suld that the wheat
is of good quality and that tho yield Is
better than looked for.
Cash corn wns unchanged to I4e lower,
with rt few early sales going He higher.
Oats sympathized with the other mar
kets nnd found a good demand on the
declines. Prices firmed up somo from
the bottom. Cash sales were 90.090 bu. ,
Cash oittn were unchanged tb Vo higher.
Thn advance of 10c In the price of hogs
at tho vnrds started provisions strong.
and there was fair commission house.
buying. The liquidation by longs In
January lard and ribs weakened the. sit
uation later. The closing was steady to
Massage. Miss Walton, r. 234, Neville blk.. Clearances were none of corn, 20,000
loth and Harney. Phone Douglas 4Z9T. bushels of oats and wheat and flour equal
Feature of the Trmllntr nnd Closing
Price on Itnnrtt of Trrtile.
CHICAGO. Dec. SB. -Widening of the
snow area In the winter crop belt proved
10 oo more or a nnndicnp today man
the wheat bulls could overcome. Closing
prices, though firm, wero ttfie to Sc
under Inst night. Com finished 'MTLe to
He up, oata varying from lie off to a
shade ndvance, and provisions Irregular,
strung out from 10c decline to a rise
Besides the bearish Influence of en
larged protection to fall-sown wheat, ca
bles wero against traders who were on
the lookout for signs of an upturn. Uus.
ln promised heavier shipments nnd there
were more favorable crop advices from
Australia, India and Argentina. An In
crease In the world's available supply to
tal acted also as a burden on the market.
Some encouragement for wheat buyeis
developed late In the day, millers being
reported as taking hold much more freely
than Is usual at tho end of tho calendar
year. The action of the flour manufac
turers was attributed In part to tho
dwindling of receipt In the northwest.
ljtlmnt. wero nt hand. too. that tho
amount of wheat tn sight for export from
the United States before JUiy l nexi
reaches only 46.000.000 bushels, compared
with 77.000,00) bushels a year ago.
Prospects or uciaycti marKouiiK uu i
Increased feeding as a result of stormy
weather lifted the price ot corn, i rom
taking by longs brought about a reaction.
I.nt nnf nf II to.llllf Vtlllll- OntS RllfferCd
from rather free selling that was charged
to a prominent siecuiaior. yincrito
trade did not assume such volume.
Changes In provisions wero emeu?
pork. Most of the buying came inrousu
Chicago closing prices:
"f ASS A OF. Swedish movement. 413
6J-DAV BLOOD HEM ED Y.
Bexten Pharmacy, 12th and Dodge.
"ffiTiFi(TPRTf! MASSAGE BATH
XJJ-U-IUX.LY.LVj nnlrrt Ulilir. Miss I
LAURA WILSON, bath, mass. P. 8751.
TurklsH bath, mass. Davldge blk. D. 6895.
bloc, mass., bath. 214 Balrd Bldg.. 17 &D.
MAGNETIC Trt., 1829 Vinton. D. 020.
MRS. SNYDER. Electric Trt. D. 4380.
MASSAGE, 109 8. 17th St Mrs. Steele.
ABSTRACTS OB" TITLE).
HEED Abstract Co., oldest abstract
yiYlce In Nebraska. 206 Brandels theater.
CITY PnOPEIlTY FOR SALE.
We Have Been
Told to Sell
two lots, nnd get tho cash within the
next three days at unheard of. prices;
J13J takes two lots, priced separately at
JSiiond IS5. This Is a cosh' price on each
lat;- J'oii may buy ono or all.
H;; H. Harper
" 1013-1014 City National Bank Bldg.
2030 Spring St.; 11 room house, gas and
water; good condition; 13H cash down,
balance monthly, same as rent. Web.7869.
TO BUY, SELL. OR RENT. FIRST SEE
JOHN W. ROBB1NS, 1802 FAHNAM ST.
KAU9T. A RANCH LANDS FOR SALE.
FOR $250 wo can locate you on 320 acres
sovornmont land: best ot soli and water
Jtrid close to main line R. R., and good
climate, J2S0 spays fare down and back
'from Omaha, filing fees, surveying, trans
portation on the ground, etc.
1126 City Nat. Bank Bldg., Omaha.
to 433.000 bushels
Liverpool closed unchanged on wheat
and unchnncced to '.4d lower on corn.
Primary wheat receipts were 1590,000
bushels and shlnments were J42.000 bush
els, against rocolpts last year of 1.400,000
oushels and shipments of 463.000 bushels.
Primary corn receipts were 2,311.000
bushels and shipments were 771.000 bush
els, against receipts last year of 1,365,00)
bushels and shipments of 663.000 bushels
Primary oats receipts' were 756.000 bush
els and shipments wero 628.000 bushels,
against recolpts last year of 9S3.060 bush
els nnd shipments or 677,000 bushels.
The following cash sates were reported:
Wheat No. 2 hard winter; 1 car. Sic; 2
cars, SOWc. No. 3 hard winter; , 1 car,
K2&C; 1 car, SU4c; Z cars, $0c; li cars.
wc. no. a spring: I car, siw. No,
spring: l car. 81c. No. 3 mixed: 3 cars.
81c. No. 3 durum: 1 car, Tfc Barley No
grade: l car, Jl.oo per cwt Ry No Z
Vt car, 6Sc. Oats No. 2 white: 1 car,
swc, etnndard: 1 car. 39c. No. 3 white:
G cars..3Sc. No. 4 white: 1 car, 3Sc; 3
cars, 37$ic. No grade: 1 car. 37lic: 1 car.
barley mixed). 9"4c. Corn No: 2 'white.
2 enrs, wc. No. 3 white: I car, 65c. No,
white: 1 car. 63Hc; 1 car, 63c: 1 car, 624c,
no. - yeuow: z cars. .c. no. 3 vci ow
3 cars. GiWc: l car, 63Mc; 1 .car.. 6314c;. 8
cars, 63c: 14 cars. G24c. No. i yellow:
3 cars. 62c:. 3 cars. filHo: 2 cars. 61c: 2 cars.
C0l4c; 2. cars, 60c. No. 2 tnlxed: 1 car (near
wnito), 64J4C no. 3 mixed: l car, GZlic
4 cars. 62c: 3 cars, fllc. No. 4 mixed: :
car, 61c: 4 cars, Wic, No grade: 2 cars,
Kd6c; 1 car,-55Wc; 1 cat. 55c."
. Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard.
tofi83c: No. 3 hard, 79HQ2Hc: No. 4
hard. -HWnoVic: No, 3 spring, 8lJSU4c:
No: "4 spring. TSfJSlc: No. 2 durum, 79VWJ
80c: Noj '3. durum, 78l4?179c. Corn, No. 2
white, 66HfT67o; No. 3 white, 6465c; No.
4 white, '61l4g63c: No. 2 yellow. 64HQ5c:
No. 3 yellow, 6206414c: No. 4 yellow, 69V6
62c; No. 2. 61M064Hc: No. 3. 6162V4c;
No. 4, ESeWHJc. Oats: No. 2 white, 39Mc;
standard, 39c: No. 3 white, 37ff3So; No.
4 white, 87H037&C. Barley: Malting. 560
CSc; No. 1 feed. 4418c. Rye, No. 2, 57Vi&'
DSc; No. 3, 57f6Sl4c.
St. Louis ,.
ISO-ACRE farm, Improved; price $2,500;
$."00 down; map free. Arthur, Mountain
FARMS FOR SALE $3.00 down, $3.00
1 monthly buys 40 acres good timber land;
I near .town, Texas county, Mo.; price $200;
I perfect title 1. B. Jorrell, Mt. Vernon,
FOR SALE 160 acres of land In Mer
rick county. Nebraska, one-halt mile
from- Clarks, described as follows: WVi
of nU' of section 12, township 14, range
6. and wVi of seU. Good improvements
and must be sold. J. J. Kecfc, 112 Ne-
praska SL, sioux city, la.
i No. 104 SO acres near town of Keystone;
I under ft good ditch: only $50 an aero;
,$1,000 cash and balance in ono to ten
years at 6 per cent. This Is easily worth
J10N per acre more than ts asked for It.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Ware Block. Omaha.
!" Nr.. A. 102 A sDlendld Irrigated 80 acres
In a prosperous Swedish neighborhood, 6
relies from Bayard, in Morrcll county,
feubject to Irrigation bonds due 10 to 20
years; equity at payaDie ji.ww casn
balance five annual Installments at :
PPpAYNi3 INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Ware Block. Omaha.
lllICAliO m.l AMI PROVISIONS
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET lrs
Artlclel Opsn.l lllth.l Luw. Close.l Ye
DOTil !1 ' W Wit 91
S714 SJ W MX 8J'
6ST Mi CSi C9S 69
6H 69S 69',i C9H 69Vi
41S 414 41U 41H 41N.
41i 4Hi 40N 41 407s
20 50 DO 60 20 42H 2J 43 M 53
20 85 20 90 2&W 20 S7H 20 8215
10 6214 10 65 10 62H 10 65 10 65
10 97H 11 00 10 97H U 00 10 97V4
10 75 10 T,M 10 75 1 10 77H 10 77H
11 0714 11 10 11 Co 11 07li 11 07'A
Advance Begun Late Lait Week
RAIL SHARES SHOW HEAVINESS
VnhlitKtii rloptiients .Inkr
Dcriultr Improvement In l'rrllnK
After I.inr Period f
Prom I ni I mu,
NEW YORK. Dec 33. The advance In
stocks, which began lato litst week, was
checktd today. After a further rise early
In the session, led by Reading.. Southern
Pacific nnd Amalgamated, thn market
developed a yielding tendency, which
eventually carried peck the popular
stocks to yesterday's close or twdow New
York Central, Baltimore & Ohio. Mis
souri Pacific. Canadian Pacific and
Western I'nlon showed heaviness. Mis
souri Pacific dropped to SII4. a new low
Sentiment was hopeful. The stock mar
ket In the lnat fow days has, made thn
best performance of several months. De
velopments nt Washington, In connection
with currency legislation and tho handling
of the trust question, made a definite
Improvement In feeling after a long period
The pause was due largely to realising.
The inirkct wns freed from pressure
from abroad. A better feolltur existed In
London and there was 11 fair demand
from abroad for the metnl stocks. Amal
gamated made a good showing In tho
early trading and a better tone was re
ported from the copper metal markot,
with increased sales to both foreign nnd
Declaration of nn Initial dividend of 2
per cent on Central Leather had little,
effoct, having been discounted in the
recent advance of tho stock.
Dealings In -bonds expanded, but tho
movements were uncertain. Totnl sales,
par value, $2,600,000.
t'nlted States bonds wero unchanged on
NUtntoer of rales ana leading quotation
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2
red, KHiiilPoHc; No. 3 red, 92lttOl4c; No.
2 hard, SSlMiSPo; No. 3 hard, SSlic; No. 2
northern, S!Xi90c; No. 3 northern. SSc; No.
2 spring, 89090c: No, 3 spring. 89c. Corn:
New: No. 2 yellow, 694ci No. 3, 64i4BCc;
No. 3 white. 66S6e; No. 3 yellow, 64fl6c
Oats: No. 2, 40c; No. 2 white. 43c: No. 8
white. S9V440lic; standard. 40V4ff41c.
CHEESE Steady; daisies, 15iifKc;
twins, 15W15Hc: Americans, i5?4sriGc;
long horns. 15iffilCc.
POTATOES Lower; receipts, 20 cars:
Mlchlcnn. Minnesota and Wisconsin, red,
630X530; Michigan, Minnesota and Wiscon
sin, white, Mi'uwe.
POULTRY Alive, higher; springs, uc;
fowls, 13c: turkeys, 18c: dressed, 22c.
BUTTER Higher; croamerlcs, 2236c.
ROCIS Unsettled: receipts. 3.670 cases;
at mark, cases Included, 65T31l4c: ordi
nary rirsts, 2SH0;29ic; nrsts, wsc.
NEW YORK GENBllAL MARKET
on stocks were:
66 991 252
33 250 37
29 15H v 18
62 43 14
All markets will bo .closed Thursday,
December 25, Christmas day.
Liverpool (irnln Mnrket,
LIVERPOOL, Dec. 23. WHKAT-Spot.
steady; No. 1 Manitoba, 7s No. 2,
6s llUd: No. 3. 6s 10Hd; No. 2 red 'west
ern winter, 7s 4Hd; futures steady;
March 7s lWd; May, 7s ld.
CORN Spot, quiet; American. 6s 7d;
La 1 Plata, futures steady; January, 6s
d; February, Es 2d.
of the Day on Various
NEW YORK. Dec 23.-FLOUR Slow;
spring patents, $4.434.60; winter straights,
$4.154.25; winter liatents, $4.4034.65;
spring clears, $4.0004.20; extra No. 1 win-'
ter, $3.56Q3.75; extra No. 2 winter, $3.36
WHEAT Spot, Irregular; No. 2 red.
9954c, nominal, elovator, domestic, and
$1.01, f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern, Du
luth, 9SHc, f. o. b. afloat. Futures quiet
and efisy; December, 96ic; May, 87!c.
CORN-Spot. steady; new. No. 3 yel
low, 74V4c, c. 1. f., to arrive.
OATS Spot, dull; standard white. 45
46ije No. 3, 4544c; fancy clipped
HOPS Quiet: 'state, common to choice,
1913, 404Sc; 1912. 20623c; Paclflo coast 1913.
23627c: 1912. 22S24C
HAYt- Dull; standard, $1.00: No. 1,
41.02Hei.0Gi No.- 2, 90fiS6c; No. 3, k083c.
mijEis steady; Bogota, rJiwtwuftc;
Central America, 29d.
I'ttTKULiKUftl steady: rcrineov now
York bulk. S5.25: barrels. $8.75: casks.
$11.23. ' '
WOOL St end v: domeatlo fleece. XX
LEATHER Firm: hem ock f rsts. 29
31c: seconds, 2S29c.
i-ituviaiuNS pork, steady: mess,
(S23.75; family, .$24,6007.00; short clears,
$20.2522.00. Beef, steady; mess, JlS.OOft
18.60; family, J19.00jj20.00. Cut meats,
quiet; pickled bellies, 10 to 14 pounds,
112.5CiU13.25; pickled hams, $13.50. Lard,
quiet: middle west, $10.701D.SO; refined,
steady: continent, $11.30; South America.
$12.44 compound barely steady,
BUTTER Firm; receipts, 8,210 tubs;
creamery extras. 3UWJf37i4a: firsts. 2S4iSlo:
held extras, iW33c; nrsts, Z7.tt&3lc; proc
ess extras, 24J25c; factory, current make,
CHEESE Firm: receints. 1.203 boxes:
state, wiiole milk, held, coloreta specials,
fflSHc: fresh colored specials, 16c; white,! Western Mtrjland ,
16ffl6V4c; average fancy, 151416Hc. i w."lfnV Ur"0,.
i-.utrH steauy; receipts, li.zw cases;
fresh gathered extras, 3Gc; extra firsts,
34Wf35c: firsts. 3333V'ac: refrigerator.
fancy. SOc; firsts, 23fi29V4c; nearby hen
nery whites, 4-oc45c; gathered whites. 4uc:
European fresh, 27"31c.
POULTRY Dressed, firm; fresh killed
western chickens, 13&'24c; fowls, 120184c;
WANTKU TO BUY
RACHMAN will treat you right; best
prices for furn., clothes, shoes. W. 6143.
HIGHEST prices paid for men's cast
off clothes and shoes. Doug. 8017.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED Two furnished rooms, steam
heated with privilege of light housekeep
ing. Address N 271. Bee.
LIVE STOCK MARKET Of WEST
Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful attention.
REAIi ESTATE LOANS
J100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wad. Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam.
CITY LOANS. Bemls-Carlberg Co.,
310-312 Brandels Theater building.
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
Ci AT?VTN TTCDS Loans. $500 and up.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
XV. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam 8t
CITY and farm loans. Lowest rates.
No delay. J. II. Dumont & Co., 1003 Far
1 nam St., Omaha.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W ,H. ThomaB. 228 State Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1610 OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglas 2715.
' FIVE per cent farm loans; optional
'payments. Wm. McCormlck, 1201 Farnam.
LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros.
HARRISON & MORTON. 916 Om. Nat.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE R. E.
WANT larger Income Omaha home,
Iowa farms and mortgages up to J 100,0 X).
Can divide to suit deal. See me or write,
w, uuniAn, itoiei j 10 me, umana.
CLEAR building lot in South Omaha
in Swift Placo addition, worth $260, for
a dlainona. Aaaress u iu. uee.
HAVE 3 Rood building lots In the West
, Farnam district worth $5,000; exchange
lior lanu in uaancr ur nuuutiu u., .ion,
HASTINGS & HEYDEN. 1614 Harney St,
Ptrstitent Advertising is ttiu Road to
Llvo Stuck. CommUslon Merchants
MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg.
LIVE STOCK KOIt SALE
Horses anil Vehicles.
NEW and aecond-nand wagons for. sale.
25th Ave. and Leavenworth St,
Notice Is hereby given to the stock
hnMers of Lee-uIa&s-Andreesen Hard
waro company that the' annual meeting
of the stockholders or me company
will bo held at tho offices of said com
cany, corner of Ninth and Harney
streets. In the 'city of Omaha, In the
state of Nebraska, on Tuesday, January
1 A II.. laili U W f wwv f iUI LI1H
mlrrjose of electing a board of directors
for me uii" v ........ n ...u
iulng year, and to transact such other
business aa may bo presented at such
meeting. J- LBB, President.
J. CLARKE COIT, secretary.
D 13-d JOt.
An alttnutrd Copper
Amerlriin ned Sur.
Amrrlctn (.kn ptd 1.600
An erlran Cr A Koundrr.. (0
An-er cn nation oil.. ..
Anietloo Ire BecurlllM..
An.erlcn Lcomotlre . .
Amer. Kmeltlng & IIP!..
American Tel. A Tel.,..
Anaconda Mlnlnc Co....
Atlantle Coaat Una
llrooklyn llaild Trantlt..
Cherepeake A Ohio
Chlcajto, Great Weatern,
Chi.. Mil. & St. ihuIi.
Chlcairo A Northwcalern.
Colorado Fuel & Iron...
!elawar & Hudaon
Denver A Itlo Grande..
Dlatlllera' Securltlea ...
Krle, lit pfd
Brie, 2d pfd
Oieat Northern, pM
Oreat Northern Ore ctfu.
Internatlunnl Paper ....
International Pump ....
Karuaa lly Southern....
Ixiulavllle & Nashville..
M.. Bt. P. & H. K. M.
Mlimurl, Kan. ft Tex.,
NM'l. 11. of M., Sd. pfd.
New York Central
New York. Ont, A W..
Nirfolk & WV.Ua-n
Northern Paclflo .,
PHDle'a C1b ..
Preaaed Steel Car
Pullman Talace Car,...
Itrpubllc Iron A Steel..
nrpuDiic iron ft Bleu.
Ilepubllc I. e 8 pfd.. J0O
Itock laland Co 900
Hock laland CO., pfd.... 1,000
St. L. & P. K.. !d pfd
Htaboard Air Line JO0
Seaboard A. L. pfd o
Sloa.-Sheffleld H. & I
Southern Pacific .CO0
8outhern Ttallwar 2.HO0
Southern Jtallwajr pfd... 100
Tenneeiee Copper 700
I'nlon I'Beino jj ;
I'nlon Pacific, pfd
t'nlled Statea llealty
united KtBtea Itubber...
United Slatea Steel
Unite Htatca steel pfd..
Utah Copper ..
Va, -Carolina Chemical ..
Halea. ltlth ln. Clo
j,soo 7su n 72s
600 ii U
1,500 1S1U USV4
m K 3T
11. (kw joh
1,400 MU U'.i
HOLIDAY WINES AND LIQUORS
AT OUT-RATE PRIOES
Leading Brands of Whiskies, 8 yrs. old,
Rock and Rye, ....
California Port and Sherry, .
Three Star Cognac Brandy, .
Mankato Club Rye or Bourbon
QUART . .
23c and 39c
8ix Years Old,
Opposite P. O. Douglas 1889 109-11 Nortfi 16th St.
Wo Deliver to All Parts of tho City. "Tho Houso That Savus You Monoy"
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady to a Little Stronger in
HOGS SLOW, TEN CENTS LOWER
n Very Light
I'nt 'Sliccp ninl l.nutlia
Supply Ileum nil Cooil
l'rlvm I'lftrrn ti Twenty
SOUTH OMAHA, Doc. 23. 1913.
IlocalpU. wore; .CntUa. IIdrj, Micop,
4,700 10li 100 100H
2D0 1!JH HMi lti'i
too 29 i a
S)0 1301 12SH
(00 tl i
1!S UU H.I
2? ii SiU
H iS irj
ii 4i 4U
1(0 Vt 103H
700 1I0. 119(4
11,900 2 Hi
loi M lot
Dee, 22. 7 COHf
Stockholders' nieetlns of Tho Union
Land company; Notice 1; hereby given
that the annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of The Union Land company for th
election of five directors and the trans
action of such other business as may
legally come before the meeting will bo
held at room 1103. Union Pacific head
quarters building, 15th and Dodge BU.,
Omaha, Nebraska, on Monday, the 12th
day of January, 1914, at 10 o'clock, a. m.
The stock transfer books will be closed
ten days previous to the meeting. Alex
Millar, secretary, New York City. N. Y.
Dec. 19. 190 DlT-diOt
The annual meeting ot the stockholders
of the HASTINGS AND NORTHWKHT.
EHN IU.IL.UOAD COMPANY, for the
election of seven directors and the trans
action of such other buslnees as may
lawfully come before the meeting, will
be held at the office of A. Jj. llohler,
corner of Fifteenth and Dodge Streets,
Omaha. Nebraska, on Monday. January
1 6th, 1914, at 11 o'clock A M.
T, M. ORR, Becretarr.
, Minneapolis drain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. 23.-"WHEAT-No.
1 hard. 87'Mt97Hc; No. 1 northern, Si
Mltc: No. 2 northern. 82?tfi64Kc: No. a
S(IT4(S82HC;; December, 83Sc; May. 870S7HC
F'tAJUJi eecona clears, z.w; rancy
BAR L.KY 64 87 C,
CORN No. 3 yellow, C9V490c.
OATS No. 3 white, 3CH1I.36HC
St. I.oula (Ifiirrnl Market.
ST. LOUIS. Dec. 23. Wl I EAT No. 2
red, 93S96V4C! No. 3 hard. 80fi3V4c; Decem
ber. ts8c; May, 91Wfi91Nc.
CORN No. 2, 68c; No. 2 white, 6S9c;
December, 68c; May, 714c
OATS No. 2, 40c: No. 2 white, 4142c;
December, 40'4c; May, 42J4c.
NEW YORK. Dec. 23. M ETAL8 Lead.
quiet; tt.9504.05: In London. 17 15s. Spel
ter, quiet; te.l&SG.Zo; In Ixindon. 21 10s.
Copper, Hteady; December, offered at
114.S74; January, offered at J14.00; Feb
ruary and March, offered at $14.25; elec
trolytic, $14.37H4fl4.W: lake, 115.0015.00.
nominal; casting, 14.00fil4.12W. Tin quiet;
spot and December, J3C.CWM.S0; January,
j86.75fl36.D0: February, J36.75S06.8G; March,
J34.SjfJ37.12V4. Antimony dull; Cookson's,
J7.45A7.60. Iron, quiet and unchanged,
ST. LOIM8, Dec, 23. METALS Lead,
quiet. Spelter, quiet. $5.006.10.
London markets closed as follows:
Copper quiet' spot, 161 6s: futures, 61 15s.
Tit', quiet; spot, 167 7s 6d; futures, 116)
5a, Iron, Cleveland warrants. Ms lifcd.
Oils mill Ilnaln.
NEW YORK. Dec. 23.-COTTONHSEn
OIL Steady; prime summer yellow, J6.69
bid: December. J6.63; March, $6.98; May,
SAVANNAH. Oa., Dec. 23. TURPEN
TINE Finn, 4214c; sales, 4SC bhls,; re
ceipts, 56S bbls.; shipments, 127 bbl.;
ktocks. w,.u UDl.
IIOSIN Firm, sales. 3.nsi ddis. re-
ceplts, 5,y6 bbls.; shipments, 1.073 bbls;
stocks, 166.128 bbls. Quote. A, 11, C. D,
K. F. J3.70: u, a.iu'aa.io: 11. wewt
3.76; I. J3.g.Vf3.00: K, Jt.404.45; M. $5.26
6.35; N. $6.33; WO, $6.76; WW, 17.00.
Iloatnn Stuck Harkrt,
BOSTON. Dec. 22. Closing quotations
on stocks were:
Allouei tJVlNtvada con UK
Amal Poppr ....... IMiNlplaalng Mlua ... 1
jT Z. L B -H North Butle M
C'al. Aril ( North Laaa 1V.
C x HMla HI 014 Dominion 49
Centennial . 14Owola ,. 73
Wheeling A Lake Erie
J. , V".n : 7.100 7!4 724
Total Ml., (or th. day, e,00 anarea"
x,ew York M"y Market.
centr rin.if. M.rV " rale- .3 Pr
loans. stendV: ..i.?. "r.S6"1'
ninety day- and 'six "m"onTn.,'S 4
ceMtBRCANTILE PAPER -6H6
wtiZltm. dCma", M S5S0' Commerclal
4krcVlJn-Bar' c; Mexican dollars.
qpslng quotations on bonds today were
V. e. ref. 2. rc... J'K. C. Bo. ref. U.. WU
do ooupon 97V4U 8. b. 4. 1S1 . Hu
U. H. 3. rr lOtJapaJ 4H, fj"
..aoeoupon WK u A N. unl. U... D2U
r ;tm. K. It T. tat 4a,. wit
do coupon 100 M. K. tt T. lat siu
Panama la couoon.-lOO jV. " !!'
kn.mm A. f C.I .... -.' . 1
.? ii' """. ratine 4n.
A. T. T. ct. 4a. M o conr. 6.. '
Am. Tobawo 6a.. ..lit N. II. n t .
Armour A Co. 4'4a.. 9V4N. V, c. r. IWa it
Z1 do deh. 4a...".. a
"KK. V. N. H. ft (.
W4 CT. 3H
SLNi W.Ut ..
do cr. 4a joju
JO No. ll(c 4. iu
,i d"3' .
.'v ... n. u nor. ..... n.u
Two days this week. R.2VS
Samo days last wekvlt.'.iS7
Samo days 2 wks. iikq. 7,XU
Samo days 3 wks. ugo.ll.H
Hams days 4 wks. ago. 6,181
Burnt, days Inst venr.. 3.505
Tho roliowing taoio snows me recciii'
ot cattle, hogs and sheep at the Boutf
Omaha livo stock market for the year to
date as compare! with last year:
1013. 1912. Inc. Dec
Cnttlo 948,603 1,000,493 Bl.RW
Hogs ., 2,497,627 2,846,0Ti3 345.VO
Sheep 3,173,394 2,917.149 256,243 ......
Tlie roliowing table shows in range oi
prices for hogs at the South Omaha live
stock markot for tho last fow days, with
Date. 1913. 1912.19ll tltfl0.l09.l9O8.l0?'
7 1SI 6 961 7 681
7 121 6 98 7 41
7 14 6 90 7 38
7 09 6 00
7 02 5 00
7 061 6 91
7 nil rt m
7 12 6 0:.
I 6 02
7 161 5 97)
I b 32 4 71
8 231 6 38
8 00 o 37
8 14 6 SO
8 25 5 34
8 31 6 32
8 291 C 361 4 33
8 0a 6 3l
8 03 6 361441
Turkeys for Yourl Ol
Christmas Dinner V2v
Fresh Dressed Spring Chickens, 13ic
AVe have just recoived one car-
loud of livo gcoso and ducks,
which wo will dross to your order
for your Christinas dinner at
lowest prices in tho city.
Choice Steer Pot Iioast, 10C
Choico Pork Loins, weighing from 7 to
8 pounds 12Ii2lJ
No. 1 Skinned Hams 16C
Lamb Logs 11 C
Sugar Cured Bacon 15C
From 8 to 9 p. m., 3-lb. pail lard. . .30c
From 9 to 10 p. m., pork chops lie
AUBN BROS. WK01S8AB OHOOBBT STOOJC 600 TO 76o ON DOLLAR
We Advise Our Oustomsra to stook up While Onr stock is Complete.
heb ash a raw fbioes
A, 13. C. Jtman assorted candles per
ib. at loo
A. II. C, assorted Teas, special. . .390
A. II. & 33o nnd 60c Brado ripe olives
,t 33e and 28 o
A. n. C. ItrRcst queen olives, 16-oz.
bottle, at 34o
Atchlaon stn. 4a
do cr. 4a )..
do cr. Ca.
A. C, I., lat 4a..
Dal. .ft Ohio 4a....
llrook. Tr. cr. 4a..
Can. ot Oa. 8...
On. of...HUW..IAm6p;nn; cr. JMi'mj;' 2
Cn, Leather (a r.nn. con 4. i
LTie. A Ohio 4a. MUJtaadlns irn. 4a.... :;
Chlcaro A A. SU. '. m" rf . i.r'
V.. B, OE V. j. n m.
tg 4l TO
8. W. e la ttiL
4a UUS. 1 I. .ii V .
C M & H P o 4Via..lmSo. pac. col! 4a"" isu
c. it. i. ft p. c. 4... 4.3 d. cr ia .
a 'h. r "ft ; iii.: I a.s,0 i,""L l
r i. u . i . -r:
r1D'A,";,c,,'.4J -!7''Unlon "'e
I). It. a. ttt. it. (I d0 cr. 4a
'. ':", " Ml, do lat ft ref.
' p i. 4. iiu i' h. bi.i i. :xz
i' TIMV.-C. Chfm Sa, !
do cr. 4. Mr. D. . Tlli'W'al). ha A tt. Ab U
III. cn Irt r. 4a. M W.atern Md. 4a. " T5
i??1"' 4M-- 7SVi'at Kite, cr it. Im
Jntr. M. M. 4H..l Wla. Central Vs." I uk
, 'Hid. "Offered.
Quolallona furnlahed hj Ilurna, tlrlnker A Co
4IS Ooulm National bank butldlni: '
1M. M 103. n
CATTIjE HecolDts wero llsht nltaln to-
day, which wim fortunate, us tho de
mand, as usiiul during tho holiday week,
was none too brisk. Am It was, packors
all wanted a fow of. the better grades of
killers and such stuff as would come un
der that heud commanded good, strong
prices. The best boef nuro som up as
high as 1S.2G. On tho other hand, tho less
desirable kinds were slow and no batter
than steady. The medium kinds or cows
were dull and hard to move even at
Tlicre were no stocaors or iceiinrs oi
any consequence, and for that reason
linn prices wero muintuinrti. tho coun
try demand Ik limited and no grout num
ber of cattlo is wanted.
Quotations on cattle: uood to choice
beef steere, t7.90G8.fiO; fair to good beot
..AAa nnmmnn ... fnll. 111. A F .lup. Ift ftfjf
7.C0; iair to choice yearlings, iS.Km.W-,
good to cnoico corntea neuers, jo.iohk.io;
good to choico grass heifers, T6.60itp7.00;
good to choice cows, 16.OOQXI.7S; fair to
good grades, t-Sjyu.uj; common to iair
grades, (4.25SC.SS; good to choico stock,
ers and feeders, to. 8307.60: fair to good
stockcrs and feodcrs, J6.ags.83, common
to fair Btockers ana feeders, I5.75f0.'.:
stock cows and heifers, t4.oOQti.G0; veal
calves. IG.0Oifl0.0O; bulls, stags, etc., J4 W
HOGS Supptleh wore fairly nfoderate,
about 101 cars, or 7,400 head, being re
ported In. For the two days the total
is 10,814, about 11, WO head smaller than
last week and nearly 1,000 hvud short of
tho corresponding days u ycur ago.
Trade opened out rather slow this
morning, but shippers nnd tix'CtilatorH
bought a few loads during thu early
rounds that looked to bo nearly steady.
Packers, however, were very bearish and
they opened out bidding prices that wero
all of a dime lower. Balesmcn were not
looking for any such market as this
"und they fought tho decline hard, but
after holding off for about two hourH
they finally started to cut loose at the
Bulk of the heavies and butchers sold
nt l7.CO37.ri0, with tho big end of the
lights moving at a range of 17.3037.45.
The best price paid was $7.70, Just the
same as Monday's top.
Trade, which was very dull nt all times.
became extremely slow at the close and
prices paid late In tho forenoon looked
to bo weaker even tluiu at the oienlng.
it was late In the day before anything
like a clcaranco was made.
SHEEP In many respects trade was
very much like that on the first day of
tho week, as the receipt a were little, If
any, different ixti to slxo and prices on
killers showed an advance of lbtj'Xa all
along the lino. In tho matter of re
ceipts a larger proportion of them wero
killers and the supply of feeder offerings
was rather light. There, was another
scarcity of right good lambs and sheep,
resulting In the packers being good com
petitors for anything at all decent In the
way of fat offerings and most everything
being dlspoeed of at a comparatively
curly hour. Chicago reported another
light run and prices advancing 10316c,
indicating that the general shortage In
the receipts and tho meager supply of
choice grades of all killers Is still re
sponsible for the rising tendency to
values. Reports from the eastern trade
In droned mutton Is none too good,
31 Ibn. bent Bugnr 91.00
A. II. C Corn, best In the market, llo
n-lb. can Allen Ilron best tomatoeH 10a
A. It. C. S5o grade of Fruit, oherrtoit,
red raspberries peaches, npplein 33o
Pineapple aprlcotn and pearn 20c &
:5a grade fruits lOo and ISo
1610 Harney St.
Phone D. 2793.
Co-operative Buying and Low Expenses Enable
Us to Make the Following Prices:
Turkeys, alive or dressed (BOO votes M. & M. Contest with each turkey). UP
Chloken, fancy ronrtln, per pound
Roosters, per pdund..
Pork llnast, young shoulder, per pound
I'orK nones, per pounu
Ilutterlne best grade per lb at.
Naplcn Walnuts, por lb
l'uro pork nausagn, per in
Huy your Chrlstmns poultry here nnd you don't run chances as to iuuilty
FRED BONNESS CO.
008 S. 10th St. Storo Xo. 2. Phone Doug. -1070.
(17.00; heifers, tC.50S.75: stockcrs And
feeders, 15.&0(r7.2; bulls, 15.0037.00; calves,
110n.S-Ilerclpts, 15,000 head; stoady;
bulk, $7.46Y7,76: heavy, 7.0O7,80i packers
and feeders, 7.COK7,S0i light, 17.457.75,
H11HI2P AND kAMn&-Ilocclpts, 10.000
heud; 15c to Z'c higher; lambs, 17.40ft'
ROO; yearlings. I5.fi0fl7.00; wethers, $4,601(1
6..V); ewes, $4.2.r.4.65.
CIIIOAKO I.1VM 8TOC1C MAIUCI3T
Cattle. S ten lly to Htroniw IIurs
Ntcmty to fthndr llluhrr.
CIIICAOO, Dec. S3. CATTLE Receipts,
4,000 head; steady to strong; breves (6.70'
4l7.90;' Texas steers, W.704P7.75: western
steers. $0.007,76; stockcrs and feeders,
15.00&7.C0: cows and heifers, S3.3S.S0;
IIOaS-Rocclpts, 25,000 head; steady to
n shade higher; hulk of sales, I7.G57.80;
light. I7.3SW7.70: mixed, r7.45ifJ7.tS; heavy;
n.457.83; rough, 17.46&7.G5; pigs, W.WP
8MBKP AND LiAMnS-Rccelpts, 15,000
head, mostly 10c to 20c higher; native
and Western, 14.406.85; yearlings, ICROfli
7.00; lambs, native and wostorn, U.t0Sp
Sioux City 1,1 vn Stock ainrket.
SIOUX CITV. la.. Dec. 23.-OATTW3-Reoelpts,
W0 head; market steady; native
steers, f0.25ij7.76: cows and heifers, tf.OG
l.25; ranners, )3.7C4(4.2R; Blockers and
feeders, W.3.WIC.0O; calves, ?S.00Ji9.76; hulle,
stfigs etc., 15.10Q4.25.
HOas Receipts, 3,000 head: market to
to 10c lower: heavy. tf.&OM.CO; mixed.
17.42l4tW.50; light, J7.W7.42H: bulk of
SHEEP AND' IMH8-necclpts. 600
head; no tone; fed muttons. S5.6ft36.00:
X'JffiSfSi ( K)5.00; owes, J4.0OO4.50; lambs
rv.nnr nana C. ('. ttUOutncr
Eaat Dutte C M II Shannon , ..,
Olroui Consolidated 71 Huperlor . .,
Oranbr Vn. . . ' Tamarack ....
nna Canine. . V. 8. 8. P
lale Roralle Copptr IS do pfd ,,, 4144.
Kerr Ike . 4 7-ltl'tah Consolidated . t
Ijtkt ropper . . IHUIM IXipper IX. ., 4i'i
La, fall, popper.. I s-uwinoni . 1
Miami Copper XiHWOIrerlne
ft 41. tO
Iloi Dutte N'.b.. CI. Houae Si, ltj.
neatrlre Wcter Worke 6Hl. 11,.
('ud.hr Picking Co. (a. 114
(Illfornls. utile or. liar. 4a. 1985.. 1
Pel Mnlnra. la . Elec, It. 1S58 KU
Deere ft ttj.. pfd
El I'ajo. Tex., Bewer tie, 1V51 )oj
Fairmont creamery p. c. guar ludU
rilrmont Creamery 7 p. c. pfd looii
Inter. Itapld Tr. Si. iK i;u
Kioaaa City School 4a, 1U ii;
K. CM. O. Ilr. lat ta. 1M1.... M
Angele Ity. le. 1M0 tt
Uncoln O. ft E. lat Se. 1(41 to
City of Omani 4V,. 1141 it'A
Omaha Bt. Ry. ts. 1114 f
Omihi ft C II. Ht. Ity. la. 4
Omalia A t ti. Ht. lly. common.... (S
Omaha ft t. u. K. & n U
lakland. cal.. Mu. 1m. U. 1M... 102.M 1M.M
Sloui City Htoek Yirda ta, 1M0 01 tl
Wate of Colored, Kund. a. 11 17.17 !.
Haundere-Kennedr Uldg. ( p. e. pfd M ' too
San Krinclaco, Oil.. U. 1I20-19CI... Ko IM 11
.il-v-liy n. (T Ia uo pru tl M
Union Stock Yardi atock..
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
St. bonis Lire. Htock .Market,
.SI tOyiS. Dec. 23 CATTLE Receipts,
3,000 head: lOo to ltc higher; native bee
steers, $7.5009.75; cows and heifers, tt.Wf)
8.50: stockers and feeders. is.flfifcr.Mt!
which Is usual at this tlmo of tho year, southern steers. J5.75fi7.00; cows and
when poultry for the holiday season J'ej'ers' .OOfjC.oo; native calves, J6.00
comes so much Into competition with live 1 12.00.
biock ot nil Kinas.
Wrrmntetm Blvm 3IMttn.
Iii fnllslors lilt Ko Cawjiilllsr..
Bate, Bpeedy ud Foil tire Cure for
Curb, Bf lint. Bwsasr, Oipntl Xock,
Btrilasd Tendou, roandir, Wist
fuffi, ascl all UmeaiM from Sfarla,
jUsimb ind ethir Way turners.
Dues all akla dltiuM er rarailtca.
Tkruth, Slpbthtrls. Kemorii tU
Snathes from ilerst tr OitUt,
crery bottle ot CaueUVBaWm told la
Vfamated to irtre i.ti.ltloii. Trir. . ia
p.r bottle. Bou lr urugtlste. orient by ix.
fireu, oharrea tula, with 1MII dlrecuoni for
ti aee. r8end for deterlptlrs clroulwi.
tetUinonUU, eto. ftddrett
The Ltwrtnee-Wllllamt Co., Clinltnd, 0.
The packers this morning paid prices
anywhere from 17,30 to 1S.00 for what
lambs were here, tho latter figure being
top and the highest point touched In two
weeks. The fat ewes ranged from (4.25
to 14.80 and some wothcru went to the
packers at 5.00. The early transactions
also Included a bunch of feeder lambs at
Tho feeder trade was light and prices
were steady to strong with yesterday.
Demand showed no material change and
as most everything changed hands read,
lly a seasonable clearance was effected.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
good to choice, t7.60ftS.10; lambs, fair to
good, J6.7.W7-W; lambs, rulli. 5.G0frtJ.00;
feeder Iambs, (C.06.75; yearlings, light,
J6.50fi7.00; yearlings, heavy, 16.00(86.60;
feeder yearlings, J5.0Of6.60; wethers, good
to choice, 13.501jo.7Vi wethers, fair to good,
JC.00ii(6.60; ewes, good to choice, (4-6.00;
ewes, fair to good, St.2SiM.60; feeder ewes,
1,1 vr Htock In Hlirht.
Receipts of live stock at tho six prln
clpul western markets;
Hloux City 900 3,000 MO
Kansas City 6.6TD 15.0U0 10.000
Ht. IxiUls 3.00) 9,300 4,000
Chicago 4,tx) a.twi is.iwo
Couth Omaha 2,m 7.400 4,430
St. Joseph 1.300 9.300 1.000
Total receipts, 26.600 09,00 S5.200
Kalian City Live- HtocL Market.
KANSAS CITY. Doe, 2S.-CATTl.E-Ra-retpts.
6,601 head; ateady to 15c higher;
prime fed steers. 16.5ftap.00; drrsseed beef
steers, n OOJfS 3.V, western steers, (6.000
7.60; tjouthrrn steers, fi.&ffy'; s,, cpwe, (4,40
IIOOS Receints. 9 Srtfl ,.,!. lo, t.l. .
pigs nnd llKhts. (6 76i7.S5; mixed and
butchers. (7.66fl7.90: a-ood havv n tf.ra
SHEEP AND UlltlR-TUo.lnt. jwt
tVr'm li0 h.,?h.er' ntt've muttons,
(3.7566.00; lambs, (5.25f8.l5.
8t. Joapnli 1,1 vp Stock Market.
ST. 'JOSEPH, Dec. 23. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 1.300 head: market, itcuiriv .
IS.OOi'j.O); cows and heifers. (4.50flg.60:
calves. (4.Mn9.75. " w
HOas Receipts, 8,300 head; markot.
steady to 5s lower: ton. I7.KV. imiir
sales. (7.C037.7S. '
HllKWI AND IjAMHS-Recelpts. 1.000
heay market 16c to 25c higher; lambs,
NEW YOTK, Dec, 23.-COTTON-IM-turea
closed steady; December, 12.15c;
January, ll.SSc; March, 12.23c: May, 12.19o,
July, 12.20c. Spot quiet; middling, 12.60c'
gulf, 12.85c. Market very steady at a net
advance of IS toZJ points.
WVERPOOL., Deo. 23.-COTTON Spot,
good business done: medium fair, 7.47d:
rood middling, 7.18d; middling. 6.9id:
low middling, 6.67d; good ordinary, 6.00d;
sales, 12,000 bales.
Kvatiornted Apples nnd Dried Fruits.
NEW YORIC, Dec. J3.-FJVAPOnATBD
DRIED FUl'ITB-Prunes. quiet and
steady, Apricots, firm. Peaches, firm,
but Inactive, Raisins, quiet.
NEW YORK, Dec, 23. SUOAR-Raw,
barely steady; muscovado, 2.&tfr3.73c,
rentrlfugal, 3.12i3.23, molasses sugar,
2.3762 4', refined, quiet.
You Can't Cut Out
A BOO BPAVINA'CrorTUOBOOQUPIN,
will clean them off permanently,
and you vfotlc the horse tame time.
Does not blister or remove the
hair. $2.00 per bottle, delivered.
Will tell you more if you write.
Boole 4 K free. ABSORBING JR..
the antiseptic liniment for mankind,
reduce! Varicose Veins, Ruptured
If luclta or tlctmcnti. Salaried Clinds, Gchrce.
Wees. Cysts. Allan Pl ookkly. Price SUOO and 12.0
a bottle it dretrlits ol drUrcied. Msnlacturcd only by
W. F. YOUNS, P. 0. F.. 104 Tsmplt SL.Sprlngfleld, Mat.
Now they are high, by using
and make th btgitest proflta of the year.
This trreitest tonic and dlgsatlva keepi
hana Uytng when acaTs am irorth moat.
SatUwtiea Ciiraateea er Meaey Back
tt Beld oa Uucey Back GosruUa by
8732 O. CmtlBTENSBBT
MONEY IIM GRAIN
110 bun rata er call! oa 10,000 bushels ot wb.al
r oo nu Ko further risk. A morement it l treta
arte ilree you i chinei to tiki 100 1 do. IIW: Is
ttoo, etc Write lor partltolira. Kinase Broker
Me Co.. Desk J. Vies oca Bids.. Kaaaae City. Urn.
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