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rHE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1014,
HEAL ESTATE LOANS.
MONEY on hand at lowest rate (or
loans On Nebraska (arms nntl Omaha, city
property In any amounts.
H W. BINDER.
City National Bank Bids.
HAnniSON MORTON. 9IC Om. Nat.
! GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Farmers Aro Inoreasins? Their Of-
s of Gash Wheat.
WANTKD City loans and warrants.
W. Farnarn Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St
FARM and city loans made promptly
Wm. McCormlck. 1201 Farnam. Red 2063.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska (arms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1018 OMAHA NATION A I Douglas J715
CITY and (arm loans. 5, 64. 6. J
Dumoni A Co.. 160-1 Farnnm. Omaha.
IIUAL ESTATK WANTKD.
Cottage (or my Dakpta (arm. D.
FOrTsALE QH EXC1IANOEJ-K. E.
WILL trade good roadster for small
mortgage or residence and put In soma
cash. Address O 405. care Bee.
EXPORT TRADE 18 SHUT OFF
Nothlnp; Less Than n Sharp Decline
in tiraln Price Will Iniincc
the Foreign Pnrchaaer
buy, sal! ur exchange land (or you
flfts California Pt
GOVERNMENT approved Investment
securities pr land (or auto, other prop
erty or land. Dour. 7042.
WANTED TO HUV.
WANTED to buy young Jersey tielfer.
Webster 1304. John Grant Pcgg.
WANTED TO KENT.
WANTED to rent. Threa or (our nicely
furnished rooms, complete (or house
keeping; must not necessarily, bo In pri
vate family, bu,t would prefer them so
Must be modern, clean, comfortable and
well heated. State phone number, address
and. amount of rental In answering. Ad
drcsa J-JSfiT. caro Bee.
OMAHA. Jan. 31. 19U.
Tho farmers ot thn country are goner
ally wen posted on the growing crops,
and thla fact was reflected not only yes
terday, but (or n;vcral previous days, by
the Increased offerings .of wheat (torn not
only Nebraska, but several other states,
nere u nas been said oil along mm
the surplus held was light. The Interior
holders o( this grain havo banked on the
posslbl.lty of a crop scare und a conse
quent sharp upturn In wheat both cash
and (utures. While wo are Just entering
too month of February and there Is a
likelihood o( m,ucb cooler weather, the
prospects at .the moment aro Ideal
throughout the winter wheat belt, and
there are few In the trade who are
friendly to that cereal In consequence.
The heads of some of the larger housos
aro advising their friends and customers
to act with camion on tho bull side o(
whe.tt at the present time, and It Is -well
ivnown mat wese people are always anx
ious to see' a bull movement, as o bull
market Insures a much larger trade with
sharp price fluctuations than a sinking
It Will doUbtlftKfl tflkn n ahnrn lnaa In
wheat to re-establish ansexbort trade
herp, as tho rec6nt advance shut off all
luislness between the United States and
importing nations. Interior millers are
taking only a small, lot of wheat at Chi
cago, fis It was said that they are. now
able, to secure ample supplies at their
mill doors. Another drawback to the
cash wheat situation Is the lock of de
mand for flour. Millers here report the
trade as confined to a fow small lots, and
this wholly on domestic account, as tho
forebtn bids too far away.
worn was quite active, but the market
waa heavv dtirlncr miifli nf thn rtfl v nnd
closed with Iobscs of 4Q4c. The cash
trado was small with nnleH lipre of unlv
50,000 bushels, and this In Itself was a
drawback to thtf position of the bulls. The
cash situation In all the markets was
quite dull and prlcos were lower. Crop
auviccs irom uuonos Ayreg were ravor
t4i961c; No. I white. 6Sj6S4c; No. 3. 0
OATS No. i white, 9c; No. i nvxfld.
Closing prices of futures:
WHEAT May. 8UiflJ64ci July. R4B
CORN .May, 6TTHISSC! J My, tuC.
RllTTKR Creamery. SSc: flrsn. 27ui
seconds, Kc; packing, no.
eggs First, hp; seconds, roc.
POUlrnv-Hens aJ springs. ISc.
NEW YORK ' GtSNrlllAI. JIAHICET
((notation nf Jlte flay no Virions
NEW YORK Jan. 31 FLOUR-Dull
spring Patents, ll.40sr4.CO: winter stralchts.
t.mM.; winter patents, 1.4W4.; sprm
clears. J4 0CO4.20; extra No. 1 winter. $3.53
Cl"5; extra No. i winter. $3.503.75; Kan.
ss strnlrhts. I4.CSJJ4.1S.
WHEAT-Bpot, rasy; No. 2 hanl winter.
sc, c, i. j.. 10 arrive; .no. z rea. it.u,
OMAHA LIYEJTOGK MARKET
Killing Cattle Fifteen to Quartci
Lower for the Week.
HOGS SLIGHTLY OFF FOR WEEK
Sheep (ienrraltr fifteen to lnnr
ter Lower Thnn Last Weeka
Close Knt l.nmlio Thirty (
Torly Out Lower.
tlVVi STOCK MARKET OF WEST
'Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion; Live Stock Comminution Merchants.
MARTIN PROS, ft CO., Exchange Bldg.
Notice Is hereby given that scaled pro
rnl will be received by the Board nt
Directors of the Farmers- Irrigation dl. able and that market was lower, whllo
....... ... , i. ' , - - w. uiuua i x.ivurjuui i uiurrs
uiuii. icui3iiJL, tut mo iiurcnaso of
$7$,500 of the six per cent serial bonds of
the district until 12 o"clock m. on the 3d
day of February. 1914. Bald.bondo ore
sued by authority of an act of the leg.
lslature of tha state of Nebraska ap
proved March 28. 1S33, session laws, lsyj.
chapter 70, and the nmendments thereto,
nnd nursuant to a vote of a maWltv of
the qualified electors of said district. The
board expressly reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids apd will in no event
sell an' of. said bonds (or less than
ninety-five (95) per cent ot the race
By order of the Beard of Directors.
VINCENT S. RAMSEY.
Secretary of tho Farmers Jirlgatlon Dis
trict. J 13-dZlt
-NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING Notice Is hereby given that the reg
ular annual meeting of the stockholders
of the South Platte Land company will
be held nt the office of said company at
T I 1 X V. . 4, ' 1 I . . . 1 1.
4th uay oi Aiarcn, a. u, vju.
C. It. MORRILL. President.
A. B. MINOR. Secretary.
Lincoln, Neb.. February 2, 1814.. Feb. 2, 30t.
PERSISTENT . ADVER
TISING ON THIS PAGE
has brought increased business
to many firms. V'ou have fal
lowed trie sign of success wher
ever you have prospered. Why
not follow tho successful lead
of the advertisers on this page?
Oats Were iCdMc lnwpr for tho dav.
and Uiey showed more strensth than
cash wheat was unchanged to He lower.
Cash corn was Uilia lower.
Cash oats were HStfc lower.
i no lonowing caBh saicn were reported
tbday; Wheat No. 2 hard winter: 2 cars,
84q; 5 cars, 83Hc. No. 3 hard winter: 2
ears, Sltfc; 10 cars, S3c. No grade: 1 car,
73c; No. 3 mixed. 4 care, 83c. Corn No. 2
white: 2 cars, 644c. No. 3 whltef 2 cars.
62cs 7 cars,' 62HC-, 4 cars, MS2c. No. 4
wnite: l car, Me. No. 2 yellow: 10 cars,
eWc, No. 8 yellow; 1 car, 60c; 4 cars,
eoiio; .8 cars, ooc; 3 cars, 59c; 6 cars, 5SV4o:
8 cars, 68c. No. 4 yellow. 1
car, ESlic; 2 cars. 67!4c; 1 car. D5V4c. No. 3
iiiiavu; 6 cura vnear wnuej, osmic; a
cars, &8c; 7 cars, B7Hc! 3 cars, 57c; 3
cars. 564c; 3 cars, 68Uc; 15 cars, 66c, No.
4 mixed: 1 car, 654c; 1 car, 51Ut: 4 earn,
64c: 2 cars, 65c. No grade, 1 car, 60c. Oata
Standard: I car, SSftc. No. 3 white: 4
cars. 37c. No. 4 white. cars. 26: e. No
grade! 1 ear, 36,lc.
Clearances: Wheat, ZC3.000 bushels;
eorn, t7,000 bushels; oats, 22,000 bushels.
Liverpool close; Wheat, d to Ud lower;
corn, & to Ud higher.
Primary wheat receipts were 7S0.000
bushels and shipments 4S5.000 bushels,
against receipts of 696,000 bushels and
shipments of 498,000 bushels last year.
Primary corn recelnts went (M9.0fln hnli.
ols and shipments 601,000 bushels, against
receipis oi i,zi3,vuu ousneis und shipments
of 1,021.000 bushels last year.
Timary oata receipts were 677,000 bush
els and Shipments 674.000 bushels;' aealnst
recolnts of 633,000 bushels and shtpments
of 620,000 bushels last year. '
RA IIi WAV TIME CARD.
UNION STATION Teuth & Mason.
CIiIcHko, nncli Island & 1'aotflc
Rotky Wountila Llmiud .
Cblcaca Local PMMnin ..
Cblu.sa U Eitrs ......
Chlcno Nlibt EipreM .....
Vtt UolD Locul l'M....
CBlci-WfU Umtted ....
Colorio A Calltcrnla Kx...
Okla. & Tuu Kiprou ..
lttcky Mounuic itaUtd..
Chicago ........ i...,..,... 63 207
Omaha ,.,,....,.110 142 19
Kansas City .,.,.. 82 . 104 fl
St. Louts 71 CO CS
Winnipeg : 64
. umana cash Prloes Wheat: No. 2
hard, SJCffiVJc; No, S hard. 204!4c: No
j iiiuu, iviumu; mo. a spring, B3ViU4c;
No. 4 spring, 82ip83e; No. 1 durum, 82
a,,nu. ,i nururo, BWITC (Jorill No.
White, b4MHMc; No. 3 white. 62(afi21ic:
. j;a am ii:oj tm i wime, siwj;ioo: xo. z yellow, Olw
.blO:om blOiUpa 61Hoj No. 3 yellow. SSSMSOWe; No7 4-vel-
.a:jOm tlljlpa low, 65fi58Uc; No. 2, 67S5!Hc: No. 3, M
.a 4 111 cm m. nil nm ritL. tin I no.cn. X-.i. 1. ..T
I 1. LnUiML. 1 Jill I. . 1 1 . wmr.
i:Jl pm sum ;m
n. 1:20 cm a 4i00 pm
.atlilfsoi Dim ui
isuwr: standard. S&Kc: No. 3 whttn.
37c; No. 4 white, S6c. Barley: malting,
68073c! No. 1 feed, 60055c. Rye: No, 2,
C7tj68c; No. 3, 56V4C57C.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Calllorula Mali ..
Oniaba ipru ..
Atlanta -Uoreu ..
Let AntelM Llmltd
i a l;0o am a nu pm
a 4:30 pm l am
........ ........ a lUtl poi
aii:t( am a ;v pa
DcaTtr ljpi:l(l klluto l Ml ui
Colorado Kiprtti ..a 4!u pm a 4:oj pW
Colorado bpetul . a:vl am ttliutao
San fraocl.co Limited ....alulJO am
ftcir.o Limited ...1J:JU am a J:Ji pm
Uunon-Wutitnton LlmltM..alu:M am a 4:1S Dm
North Hallt Local a U am a :u pm
UrnnU lulod uocal i: Pi al0:o am
MirooMbUrg I;CI bliiil uiu b pw
It. C it BU L. Kip a 1:09 am a 1:15 m
K. C. U BU L. tip alliU pu h i:10 pm
tt, u oi. niiit.,,tMij,H m a aisj put
v.uien)iro uruut reieru-
' Tla Cltr Llnilttd , a I: JO pm a 1:10
Twin Otr fiprem a :B0 am a 1:00 pm
CbUifU Cipro a IjtU pm a I:i pm
tuivuito, Aitiwuauu a: ot. rnul
Pacillo Ltnilied a 7: pu ;18 aa
CBWaCQ Dpruill s.-v pm
Uii francitco LlmlUa a M au
1 i-intnau unyilghl Spou ....a i:lu u
Manili Lgl .'..,.,..... o:w pu
Omaba-tit. Loula Elf......
IxM and xpr ,
itiinLcirj' Luval irom C U.
cuicuuu tti Aortiivvfatk-Tu
Tln Cltr Kxttn .........a tittl am
llaauta fionr ., ,b J Ma uta
bjuux Otr, LouU ,1 III) pa
Minima pom ucriu ........a Hit pm
Uaiota tuiprua .i . pm
i .a :00 om a tiu am
.a S:W aw a i:m pm
.. : pm, a l:U am
.a 7:0 am all:li pm
.w v.w pot oiuii aia
a ;U am
all II aw
IMnxr Special i Ji tin aJOam
carruii Lociu .,....... a iw i- K iVU m
liawMa bip(ei4 alitwua iiji-if pm
cnicit li... ....aw.wpt a i.u juu
rv).riuu twy. ........... vut. HlUiW
i;nit-au !" " put a tuupui
aau if ij
tv . r lu ii u
Uito4-kViuiiuiua Liru, .,,,a au pu
Lu AUaf.- uwutu .....u v.m u
Cbtdron Local ,... 1:30 aja
Linwla-llaua :! am a -jtv pm
Liaiuiui'Liuaa flaa ,a iu pm aiv:u pm
. 4iutiu(ifiviwr u put b tint pm
D..a.j.i. oprw ............ :w j,m a :ir put
Cuptr-Lanuvr i pu iO:m au
iui-oii " pu t, liw ru
Fenture of the Trading and Cloalns
Price on Board ot Trade.
CHICAGO. Jan. 21 Amule nrofactlnn
and ' moisture, iriven bv snow falls tnitnv
In the winter crop territory left the wheat
duiis ai a aisaavantage. xno marKet,
although steady nt tho close, was &iic
under last night Corn wound up with a
gain of He to 4c, oats a shade to He,
and provisions ranging from 24q off to
a rise of 324c
According to expdrts, the enow which
descended over tho greater part of the
winter wneai region lurmsnea exactly
what was needed to make the growth
condition all that cquld be desired. The
Immediate result was to send a majority
of speculators to the selling side, and
to enlarge ino country otrenngs or nara
winter grades, especially from the south-
the shipping demand here was slow and
export bids at the seaboard were out of
Resting commission orders which re
newfed buying at a moderate decline
'seemed to be based on signs of a heavy
reduction in stocKs naviiur taKen piacu
this week. On the other hand, arrivals
are expected to lncreaae'agaln in the next
Corn during most of tho ,day had an
upward slant. It was pointed out that
receipts here of the week were the small
est tor any corresponding time in flvo
years. Besides, the rough weather was
cold to be iiiceiy to interfere witn aneii
Ine and haullntr.. and to Increase the de
inand for' feed. Oats hardened in sym
pathy with corn; trading, however, was
ut a minimum,
Congestion developed In January pork
and broiiRht about a sauecro for dealer
who wore short or mat delivery, in tna
rest ot, the provision Hat, holders realised
freely, availing themselves of tho chance
OMAHA KENEIHIi MARKET.
BUTTER No. 1, Mb cartons, 31ct No.
1. 60-lb.' tubs. 23c.
CHEESE impohted Swiss. :oe; Ameri
can Swiss. 24c: block Hwlss. 22c: twins,
20c; daisies, 20a; triplets, 20c; Young
Americas, zic; blue label brioK, lotto:
1 mlarlrAi AIL ' OA-. X . Ulik
iniiuoi htJi. 4-IU,, fAJt CW lUin vv
KISH-Whlte. 13c; trout, 17c; large crap-
pies, uc; opanisn macKtrol, luc; snaa roe,
per pair, 40c: salmon. 10c: halibut, llo:
buffalo, 9c; bullheads, 13c; channel cat
fish. 15c; pike, 15o; pickerel. 12c
POULTRY-Brollem, J4.0S6.0O per dox.J
hens, 15c; cocks, 12c; ducks, 18c; geqse,
16c; turkeys, 23c; pigeons, per dor., 31.20!
ducks, full feathered. 124c; geese, full
leathered, lie; squabs. No. 1, 11.60; No.
REEF CUTS-No. 1 ribs. 17icj No. 2,
lS4c: Ntf. 3, wic. No. l loins, iWc: No.
2. 174c; No. 3, 15c. No. 1 chucks, HUc;
no. z, lv-ftc; no. j, juvic. rso. i rounas
l4c; Io. 2, lZc: No. 3. 1340. No. 1
plateB. 9c: No. 2. SUc: No. 3. 8c.
Wholesalo prices ot beet cuts effective
ton ay in umana are as follows:
ui vtittii&cat cu'injr nit nnvm,
extra fancy Bunklsp 00, UC, 160, 176, 200
and 260 sizes, S3.00; 250 slzo, 32.60) 288 sice.
52.40; S2( size, 32.23; rrorlda. V, and 123
lzes, 3.001 150, 176, 200 and 216 sizes, 32.60;
251 size, 32.40; 2XS and 324 sizes, h'&l
Florida Kumauats. cer box. 25c ' AnDlesl
Extra fancy Washington Jonathans, per
box, 32.23: White Winter Pearmalns, per
uoi, iancy wnive winter 1'car-
mains, per box, 32.00; fancy Idaho Black
Twigs, per box. 32.C0: fancy Idaho Bald
wins, per box, 32.00; fancy Idaho York
Imperials, par box, 32.U)t fancy Idaho
Walbridges, per box, 31.85; fancy Idaho
Willow Twigs, per box. $1,851 funcy Idaho
Smith Cider, per box, )l,S5; extra fanoy
iciano Nonnern spy, ureeninss or Kings,
per box, F-00; extra funcy Idaho Ram
bos, pfcr box. 32.26; extra fancy Ben Bavin,
per bix. $1.05; fancy Ben Davis, per box,
31.60; cholco Ben Davis, per box, $1.40;
Ben Davis, per bbl 31.5J; York Imperials,
per bbl.. 310: Mlnklers. per bbl.. 14.60.
Lemons: Extra fancy Bunidst, ZOOa and
SGOa. ner box. KM: extra cliuice Red Ball.
300s and 260s, per box, $7.50. Urapes; Extra
fancy Emperors, per crate, 32.25; Earl's
Lmperoris, per bbl., 34.00; Imported Mal
agas, extra fancy, ii.w; iancy, tv.ao; extra
cnoice, b.w; cnoicc, v-m- urapeiruit:
Extra fancy Florida, aes, tisn: 40s and oos,
4J,la): OfBi MB UUU OVa, ta.U (AllUQi riCB
rer box. $2.75; Uqll and Bugle, per bUl
rru.u..v.v:.:v.5t2!a his a sned by upturn ,n the pr,ce of
ArUclel Open. Hlgh-I Low. Close.l Yes'y,
OUULINUTON STATXOA Teuiu uua
ptnut Llmiud ......
Ijuw.- ami kallioruia.
iligwl bwuiiU ;jipica..
.lnncii lillla i.
..... ........ a fetUu am
a t.tu pm :m vm
4:i0 vu tiwui
u a ouv pm
...v pu a t:4 pu
Liu pu a i;i4 ,ut
....... ,,.U1: put a 5:oo act
... V.M UI a 919
93 934 92U !K?a
b$H S W SSVi.
664 6i C6i C6U
65U fiVa OS b57
35 S5i 39T
394 J4 3li 304
2165 21 8) 21 60 21 674
11174 1U74 1110 11124
11214 U30 11 i5 11274
11 62H 11 Vi 11 624 R 674
i It 75 I 11 75 11 115 11 70
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 rod.
VZ 9546 WVic; No. S red, 9l344c; No, 2 hard,
Ancoiu UK..I tliliiw b :uu 1 WSTJIHC; i0. s naru, nu. . .i wmi
tKuunr-j'iJiiu"uii' .......u Jiw pm pivuv m
i-iu.nwutn-ioa urn am a :w mm
iliivur iBtwuwM.M ........m.v yu a a.tv pu
Cbiuau kpociai ajliiam allv pu
ljttiivvr spociai i tu,N pu ,.
uiunii (" a law pu la. h yi- 6ua62c. Barley. 60a75c. Heeds;
P6icko fa p.. VinTkv. I3.75ac.2j; clover. 311.7SH14.25.
Provisions: J'orK, f.to; laru, tw.ssti
ntfTTER Lower; creameries, 2I224c.
EUUB Lower; receipia, o.iao cases at
irm 'KMArwyie: no. i nonnern. nraajVkC.
I MO. S SPrinS. "TJ'llWW, uptiilS. TO7
i iyp. corn: no. a. wudic: nu, a wnite,
654066c; No. 3 yellow, 61062c. Oats; No,
13 white, 3S4Ve; stanaaru, vc. ttye
,..b a:U bm nii;uu
tit, L. ft K. C. lipoUal l;M pu a
k C a. jopb ........tii pm a tint tuu
Ik. ti It BU Jowpu a au a f.ui pu
Uncola'ltn"ia" .........a -M put nMV4
Uailf. V I VS.If M. HUM!,
wisusTER'STttKarr station Pit.
tecoth ana "Webater.
lHtoaocrl. Paelfto -
trillt Cltr Putoir,u,..,..b.J;J pm bl0:ti am
... .....o am b t:so pm
i-nui, inouiulu u:
Twin CUt Pauair .
Bloux Cltr BiprtM .,
etotx cur psamoiw
Caurwi Local ........
..,.b (.IS am
,....b tiS& pm
o 3:2a am
.,..t tMt PU
a M pm
b a.w am
mark, cases included, Jiirac, ordinary
firsts. 27tmc; firsts, ac
POULTRY All vo higher; springs, 144c;
fowls. i4H0i turaeys, iw
PHRK8E-Unsettled; daisies, niieiSc
twins, iTUffHHc; Americana, 1744l8c
long horns. itik.
potatoes HlKher; receipts. 30 cars
Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin red
Sfc; white, 65tri0c.
Knnaaa City Grain nnA I'rotlaloua
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 31. WHEAT
Cash. No. 2 hard. J!SSS4c; No, 2 red.
corn wo, s mixea, o. ,
M 01 -,
Of riclnl Mondav
uuicini tucsaay ...
7iv. ., . ... iu hi live; so. i reu, Official Prlilnv
nominal, elevator domestic; No. 1 north-1 Estimate ssturda'v
em Duluth. 31.112. f. o. b afToat; No. 1 IU,n" sauirdaj ,
nonnern AiAnitnim. xi.uix r. n n. nrioni
Futures were easy.. closing Uc net lower.
HOPS Quiet; state, common to choice.
IMS crop, 40043c; 1912 crop. 2ftB25e; Pa
rlflo coast, 19tS crop, 23927c; 1912 crop.
22ff24c. ' H
HIDES-Steady; Bogoto. 314Bs:4c: Ceh.
tral America. Ooc.
PETROLEUM Steady! refined. New
York, bulk. $J.?S: barrels. 33.75; cases.
WOOL Steady; domestic fleece. XX
CORNSpot ea': new, No, 3 yellow,
70Hc, o. I. i. to arrive .
OATS-Spot, dun; standard white. 44H
45c; No. 2, 440444c; tnncS' clipped white.
hay Barely steady; atandam. Sv$
1.061 No, 1, 974011.00: No. 2, WOOoc; No,
LEATHER-Flrm; hernlook firsts. 30c;
PROVISIONS Pork steady: mess,
$23.00i&2t.OO; family. $24.O&20.00: short
e'ear, 320.2Stfjp22.O0. Beef, quiet: mess,
318.0OO1S.60; family. $l9.00fio,00. Cut meats,
steady: pickled bellies, 10 to 14 pounds,
SI2.254n3.60i pickled hams. 114.00. Lard,
steady; middle west, 3lO.8tKftlO.90; refined,
nlilet; continent, 311.00; South America,
311 23; compound, dull, S.374-C24.
TALLOW Steady; city, 6Ho asked: spe
cial. 7c: country, Cilfi-'Vic,
BUTTER Unsettled ; receipts, 4,3331
tubs; creamery extras. 26f:64c; firsts,
I64274c: creamery, held extras, 2548
264o: process extras, 2342ic factory,
current make, firsts, 214B22c
CHEESE Steady ; receipts, 7 boxes;
state wtiolo milk, held specials, 139
184c: state whole milk, held average
fancy, 174'17?ic; stato whole milk, held
fresh specials, 1740174c; state whole
m'lk. held average fancy, 17c.
EGOS Unsettled: rccolpts, 6,653 cases;
fresh gathered extras, 3lft Jic; extra firsts.
3J433c: firsts. 3245133c; refrigerator
firsts, 30c: nearby hennery whites, fine
to fancy, large, 38iT40e; nearby hennery,
gathered whites. 3SS03C
POULTRY Alive dull: western chick
ens. 134c; fowls, lSHWc; turkoyB, 18c.
Dressed dull; fresh Killed western chick
ens, l6t24o; fowls, 15lSc: turkeys, 1SJJ23C.
SOmi OMAHA. Jan. SI, WM-
rtwelpts weroi Cattls Hngi eh-r.
Six days this week... IS SM 60,310 65.11
Same days last week .20.471 67,604 62.310
Same days 2 toks ago. .31.333 M.SSj 28,896
Snmo day 3 wks ao .19.711 63,2:2 R1.ST.4
Same taya.4 wks agp..lJ,07S 4079 34,673
Same days last year...l6,97!i 76.2TS 50.7M
The fotlonlnc table shows the receipt
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha five mock market for the year to
date as compared with Inst year:
1914 wta. inc. Drf
Cattle S2.S7.! 81,091 1.223
Hogs 251,870 2S0.5S4 20.KU
Bhicp SJJ.S30 207,663 18.682
The following table shows the range ot
prices for hogs ut the South Omaha live
stock market for thA last few days, with
Notes From Omaha's Busy Suburbs
Uata 114. iM.I.,1 It 11.01 HU.OlMJ.0IW.
134' 7 W
I W 7 23
7 241 6 Oil 7 '.8 8 41 S 06) 2
.' ..! . v. ..... .
I 5 951 7 t01 8 3l 01 S
x . . .' u.' r a .iai a f,l M 9
IU 7H 0 0014 W
8 IlCi 7 2.11 6 941 7 Wl S 20f I
1 7 SO 7 951 7 501 8 0 06) 4 31
8 2.?i & 90 7 4A1 7 Wl Wl -8
1941 7 M 5' 9l 7 49 8 02 6 92 4 27
, 0.18 07417 3315 831 t I 04 .5 Ml 4 00
l 20. 8 W4 7 ail oil 7 BIT 1 0 HI 4 13
. 31. . 7 32 6 0j 7 47 S I 4 17
39.U0; Bell and Cherry, per bbl., $5.60! late
red, per dol, o.a; ititnniii, per doi ij.w
nxtrnm Jumbo, uer bbl.. 311.00,
Itlvor Early Ohio, per bu., 31.00; Rurala
br Bur banks, per bu,, 85c; Idaho RuraU,
per bu., $S0c Sweet potatqes; Per hamper.
$1,25, Cabbage: Holland seed, per lb., to;
red, per lb., SOc. Onions: Ohio, large Red
Ujoue, per i.. xvtc; apanisn, per crate,
31.60. Tomatoes: California, per 4-basket
MISCEliLANEOUS-Callfornla figs, 1
ll-oz. pkgs., 85c: to 6-oz. pkgs.. 12.00: Cali
fornia black figs. 12 12-oz. pkga., $1.00,' T-
crown imported figs, peu id., ic; a-crown
Imported figs, per lb., 13ct 7-crown pulled
flea (boxes welKhlng about E lbs.). DOn: 5-
cruwn pulled figs (boxes weighing about
6 lbs.), 7oc; v-crown puuea rigs (boxes
weighing 10 ox.), Per doz., $1.25. Drome
dary brand dates, pkg., 33,00; Anchor
brand dates, pkg., 82.25; Hallowe'en date,
per in.. TVtc iarnips, per id., xc. uar
rots. ner lb.. 2c Beets, per lb.. 2c Tur
nips, per lb., 2c Rutabagas, per lb.. 14c
uauiornm jumuo eviery, per anz uc.
Michigan celery, per doz,, S5c Cider, per
keg, 13.3; per halt bbl., $5.78,. rihallots,
por do?., Wc. Parsley, per doz., 40c
Radlshen, per doz., 60c. Head lettuce, per
doz., 31.00. Home-grown leaf lettuce, per
doz. 40c. C-reen peppers, per basKet, 60c
Wax or green beans, per hamnar, 36.00.
Hot house cucumbers, per doz., 31.60SI.OO.
(.auiitiower, per crate. Venetian
garlic, per lb.. 124c Eggplant, per doz.,
(2.00. Horseradish (2 doz. bottles In case),
per case. $2.00. Walnuts, No. 1 soft shell,
per lb., 19c Medium pecans, per lb., 134c
rccans, jumoo. per ioc uiant pecans,
Louisiana paper shell, per lb., 25c. Fil
berts, per lb,. 15c. Drake almonds, par
lb., 18c; paper shell, 23c Brazils, per IU
18c; largo washed, per lb., 19c Black
walnuts, per lb., 24c Peanuts, raw, No.
1. per b.,.7c; luinbo, per lb.. 8c; roasted.
per lb.. 4c Shell bark hickory nuts, per
lb., 4c White rlco popcorn, per lb., 40.
wnocKers, per iuu-iu. cubo, j.ui; per pa
pkg. case, $1,7$. Cocoanuts. per sack,
37.00. Chestnuts, Imported Italian. pr
lb., 10c; sack or bbl. lots, 9c Honey,
white clover, zi-section case, per cats.
Minneapolis drain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Jan. 31.
ttMTtl ft T XTn 1 htaMJ 61m V Y HK.al..u
M llUAa"r"1Vi X IIUIUI VtV a au. J I1U1 tlMiril.
974000c; No, 3 northern, 844087q; No. 3
wheat, K4v4c; way, 83704c; July,
FLOUR Fanoy patents. $4.60: other
CORN-No. 3 yellow, 570674c
OATB No. 3 whtte, 36Va0364c.
Omalin Ifnr MnrUrt.
PRAIRIE HAY No. 1 choice upland,
$10310.50; extra. In light bales, $11; No.
2. 19010; No. 3, 1709; No. 1 choice mid
land, 39O10; No. 2 choice midland. S3. 9;
No. 3, 3708; No. 1 choice lowland, 1708;
No. 2. 3607; No. S. H06. '
BTRAW-Choice oat or rye. 1606.60;
choice wheat, $4.6006.
ALFALFA Choice pea-green variety.
ill. no. i, uwvuuwi no. t, tiWu flo,
tit. Lonta acncrnl Starket.
rt LOUIS. Jan. Jl.-WIIEAT-No.
red, 94060; No. 2 hard, 854089c; May.
Uo: July. 85Ufl6c.
CORN-No 2. 634064c; No. 2 white, 6S4
frtoc aiay, wsc; juiy, ctjic.
OAT8-N0. 2. 40c; No. 2 white, 41c; Muy,
CATTLE T hero were ho cattle In sight
this morning of any consequence, but the
receipts lor tne week nave Doon verjr
liberal, showing a considerable gain over
a year ago. .
Beet steers at tne beginning ot tne
week wero stronger, but commencing
with Tuesday the inarkut eased ott qulto
rapidly and at the close ot the week
prices are uxtrftc tower, xne uecune nas
been me most sevpre 011 tne mcoium
grades, but uven good cattle are lower.
The slump has been due apparently to
unseasonable weather prevu;flng during
the greater part of tho time nt eastern
points, which has reduced tho demand
ror meat prouuction pr an Hints, ai me
same time tho liberal receipts have given
acKers an opportunity to bear me mar
ket. The report of three boatloads of
Argentina beef on the way to New York
may have contributed otnewhat to the
Cowh and heifers wore in liberal re
celnt and as tulces nt this nolnt were
Very heavy to begin with, the market
steadily declined, closing around 23a
lower tpan met week.
Stock cattle and feeders were In light
supply all week and as there waa a rea
sonably good demand price wero strong,
being It anything a little higher than last
quotations on cattio: uood to choice
beef steers, SS.:5j,75', fair to good beet
steers, 37.S0O8.25; common to fair beet
steers, 38.7S7.B0t good to choice corn-fed
heifers, $0.7507 75; good to choice cows,
W.fraiw, rair to gooa groom, j.wyti.ou;
common to fair grades, 4,0i)OJ.40; jrood
to choice Blockers and feederu, $7,C0fl8.O0j
fair to good stockers and feeders, 87.23(1'
7,60; common to fair Blockers and feed
ers, w. ISO. is 10c k cows ana n fillers,
35.60O6.75'. stock calves, fJ 60O8.25; veal
calves. $8.00010.251 bulls, stags, etc.. 15.60
Huun-itecniua who iikiii even tur a
Baturdiy, only about 82 cars, or 5,900
head, being received. Total supplies for
the weak feet up 60,330, almost S.ooo larger
than a week ago, but a shortage of 16,000
as compared with the same week last
Tirade avbb slow In getting started this
morning, as sellers were asking an ad
vance of nearly 10c, but buyer would
not meet tho figures asked, and In the
end the bulk of the desirable offerings
sold at prices that were generatly Ca
higher. Tho market on light hogs, which
has bacn In Poor shapa ull Week, was, If
anything,, worse than usual this morning.
Buyers simply Ignored the underweight
hogs, no matter how good the quality,
knit n to n. late hour in the forenoon
packers refused to even bid on anything
light, and snippers were very cttreiui
ol,n,if tnklnir hnld if til 3111. In the end.
ihtr. aaemorf In hn nothlnc else to do.
sellers wero forced to cut loose. Prloes
paid for the light and light mixed hogs
hm nnt innk in anv tnta to be better than
steady, and soma salesmen quoted them
as slightly lower. , 1M1
Bulk of tho sales was quoted at S3.10O
8.35. and tops reached 38.424, twlng 74o
hicrhot ilmn veMprilnv. and only 2Vio be
low the high mark at the close of last
tirird tndnv are lust a shade lower
than a week ago. During the first four
days ot tne woeK wiq ireuu m mo. mar
ket was downward, but a good sliaro of
tho decline has been regained during the
last two days, and values today are no
more than weak, to at the outsldo 5c
lower than last Saturday. .Light hog;
have been In poor demand all week, and
on the first three or four day the bulk
Alls. Mabel Falrbass and William
iachs were married Tuesday.
Mrs. 15, W. Uramllsh has been visiting
rricnds out In the state this week.
Mlrs t'ta Pliant has been confined to
tho house this week with the Brio.
Mrs. O. U Blacitmond entertained Mon
lay evening in honor of her birthday.
Mr, Ward Smith has been attending
tho lectures at Lincoln tho past week.
Miss Alvlnn llarsch and Mlts Rose
Roettger spent Wednesday and Thursday
Mrs. Jacob Weber and Mrs. V. B.
Nlcholt. vlsltel with Omaha friends Tues
Dr. and Mrs W. H. Ro were guests
of Dr. and Mrs. W. II, M.ck In Omahu,
MIks Anna llarsch loit Monday morning
for Hanover. Kan., where nhe will Visit
with rolatlves for tome llrr.n
The social club of the ' Odd Fellows'
lodge is planning a big nlasqucrndo ball
on rit. Valentino uay at its nan.
Mr. and Mrs. McClellond hove moved
from tho Rich farm Oakdale" to Orand
Island, wher they will make their home.
Tbe Douglas County Sunday school con
vcntlon will be held In Fontonelle hall
on Friday and Saturday, tobruary 13
Prof. A. A. Wirt, father of Asa A.
Wirt, editor of tho Florence Trlbilrt. died
at his home in Omara Thursday and was
Mr. nnd Mr. 1.. Richards who for
merly lived here, ore spending a few
weeks visiting friends, spending this
week with Mr, nnd Mr. Bo'.ln.
Hugh Suttle. William A. Scott, J. 11.
Crouch, William Zlmmor Charlos Kessler
and E. 1.. Plats formed a, party that
visited the South Omaha aerla of Kagles
Mr. and Mrs, Bolln left Saturday for
their form nt Hay Springs, Neb., on ac
count of Mrs. Uolln's health. 8he re
cently visited Excelsior Springs, but was
not much benefited.
A new business concern was formed
by Florence men this week, the Western
Freight Rate Bervlce company. It.. I
Plats and O. L. Hlackmbnd are In uctlve
charge, with R. H. Olmsted us attorney.
For the sixth tlmo In as many month?
tlilavoa hrnkn Into the dehot Of tllO
Northwestern on .Wednesday night. They
took tno typewriter anu a ic)v iierpymn
belongings of the agent, Mr. Whlttaker.
A number of the vounc Doonlo of Fair-
vmw and Ponca gave nn enjoyablo dan
cing patty at Ponca Saturday evening.
liur.ers orchestra lurnisiieu mo music
and a delightful time was had by those
Out of respect for the memory of Mrs.
King, wlfo of Councilman King, the
cquncll adjourned lost Monday without
IrnmnrllTir hualnoaa. Thev will meet
Monday, at which time tho ordinance for
tito $:g.ooo bond issue win coma up.
The Commercial cluh has gotten out
a nent booklet giving Information aboiit
Florence nnd showing many ot tne
stores anJ residences. Five hundred of
these booklets wero given away at the
stato firemen's convention nt Columbus
Commenclmr Sunday every Sunday aft-
nrnnnn thn Methodists will hold services
at the Odd Fellows' hall commencing at
3 o'clock, This afternoon Rev. Charles
W. MoCaaklll of tho Hans com Park
Methodist Episcopal church of Omaha
The Omaha Symphony orchestra will
give a concert at tho Eagles' hall on
Thursday ovenlng In celebration of the
first anniversary of the' onenlng of the
building. The concert lasts for one hour
and danclns the rest of the evening wilt
commit tno event.
Knud Larscn has void h i farm, four
and one-half miles north of Florence to
T. K. Stevens, the consideration being
$16,000, Mr. Larson will move to tho San
T.uia vaiiav in uaurornia. wnere ne win
nut under cultivation the 200 acres of
Irrigated land ho recently bought.
nus Peterson ot McClelland. la., has
bauKht the Kelhv farm north of town.
Tho farm consist of 1574 acres and thp
nricA Data was uji.rxi ner acre, or ssi.uuu.
Harry Dodds, who has been living on the
fartp, will remove to O'Neill, Neb., and
Mr. Peterson will move onto tho place
and make it his home.
XlnAtir thn nuanlraa of thn Florence
council of the Knights and Lad es of se
curity, Edwin Leon Puis bf Omaha will
road the "Man .from Home," by Rooth
Tarltlngton, at the EagleH hall on Thes
day, February 10, After a short program
tno canvas win uo removrai irum hip
floor and Uio. rest, ot tno cvomng spent
Tho Ponca Improvement club held Its
bi-monthly meeting Friday evening. AfUr
tho business session tne committee pre
sented an interesting program. John
Wuerth spoke on raising colts, nnd Joseph
Samiand told his experiences in tne cul
tivation ot blackberries; Jerry Richards
arid John Gould gava vocal numbers, Miss
D-Mim and Ki I'rltehnnl aaiig n iitiei.
Mls Hali-verk nnd Master Clmr.oJi
llalvecek gave orgtn duots, Mrs. John
Wuerth spoke on woman suftinge and
an open discussion ensued. The discus
sion will be continued next Friday.
Curtis has returned from New
ot the lights landed at $8 00 and below.
Values braced up a little on Friday, but
the sales aro sun iiuiiquib
BHEBP Nothing In tho way of ahosp
and lambs arrived at tho yards this
morning, which is often the case on thn
last day of tno ween. , , .
An excessive supply of sheop and lambs
j..i tv,. iii nnrf unseaHohablv warm
weather generally were tho reasons for
a big slump In values. The receipts for
the woek amount to some 55,116 heart
eomporod with 52,310 last week and 30.61
. . . . b n tree m nn II sal
markots w-era also liberally uPPlJeo, re
sultlnx In a aubatantlal price decline at
a"l point" On the whole, the offerings
here wero much the same as last week,
with a fairly large percentage nf warmed
up grades of both sheen and lambs still
ShOWing UP III HIV livniiw .
JiVtT. ..iu nt Vio Iambi at the close of
tho week sold on a basis ot )?40c lower
than a week ago. while what mutton of
f rings were on salo showed a-decline of
ica'i. fnr tin. week.
fin r 1 ,1 n v ni hel neon iiim'i w.
.1,,,. in lnmha were made around
$7.60O'J.0, as compared witn a rangeo
$7 S7.65 at the close ot this week. The
majority of the ewes a week ago brought
prices arpunu e'.'";. " .,v.v-
week's close shdws sales ranging from
$6;i06.2S. Wethers and yearlings con
tlnued In very limited supply all . tbe
week. Among the high safes were some
tu.J nn in X.B0. Ih btlnS tll
Srghest'prlclpald: tor ewes since MayM
last year, wnen .v
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lam 04.
food to choice. iSKAS
good, jj.wff ,ii ""j""V jr-i-J
Z?",.ne,Va ' ,...h."yUood to choice
tKMiws.so: wethers, fair to gooa, a.w
w u . - - .1.1.. mm ,
i.lo: ewes, aooa a wuui.. ..--..-
ewe, fair to good. $1.5005.15,
CHICAGO LIVE bTOCIC MARKKT
Cottle Steady Hou Slronp;
irirAno T.n sl. CATTLE Receipts,
too head: market steady; beeves, 36.60
9S0; Ti.a eteers. SC.OOOfl.OO; western
atoxra. 16.4M18.00: stockers and feeders,
13.4008,10; cows and heifers, 13.6008.60
HOOB Receipts. 6.000 head; market
strong, 10016c higher; bulk, 38.400.;
light, 38.20O8.t5i mixed. $8.3008.60; heavy,
18.26O800' rough. 3S.2i58.85; pigs, 34600
'SHEEP Receipts, 1,000 head; market
steady; native, 11.80OS.00; western, !.90O
6.00; yearlings, 35.8&O7.00; lambs active,
$6,85000; western, $6.95p8.10.
Knnaaa City Lire Btoek Market,
KANSAS C1TV, Jan. 31, CATTLE Re
ceipt 100 head; market, steady: prime
fed steers, IS.60O9.25, dressed beef steers,
$7,2508.60; western steers, $6.7508.60; south
ern steers, $6.2508.25; cows, $1.2507.60; helf.
rs, $6.7601.76; stockers and feeders. $6,600
8.25: bullst iS.fW7.75; calves, $6.60011.00.
HtXlS Rocelpts, 11,000 head, market
steady to ,10a higher, quality poor; bulk of
sales. $8.2u06-424; heavy, 38.3508.45; pack
ers and butchers, S8.350&424; UBht, 38.160
8.35, pigs, $6.7307 75.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, none;
market, 6teady, lambs, $7.257.90; yew-
D. U Johnston spent part ot Idst Week
In Des Moines.
Mrs. J, T. Kennedy has gone 'to Now
York for a visit.
Mrs. W. V. Slabaugh entertained at
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Itlcbel, Jr., enter
tained at dinner Wednesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Drew entertained
eight guest at dinner last i riany.
Mrs. A. K. llrysdrt of Fullertnn, Neb.,
I the guest of Mrs. W, M. Spence.
E, A. Benson left Tuesday for Po'atlia.
Fla.. to Visit his Sons, Ileti and Oram.
Mrs. Charles Miller of Denver Is the
guest of her mother, Mrs, Mary- 13,
Miss Helen ltnrtc entertained Monday
at brld.cn for her guest, Miss Ruth Mann
Mr. nnd Mr. V. R. Cook antl daughter,
R'eanor.spcnt P few days last woek In
Mrs. Philip Potter entertained -at, auc
tion bridge Tuesday afternoon, In honor
nf Miss Hetli Vnlll.
Mrs. O. I Hart enme home from the
hospital the first of the wnek and Is
Mrs. George Kacerly enttirtnlned the
Thimble club Tuesday afternoon. Twenty-
nve woman were preecnt
Thn Lnillea' Aid ancletv ot tho Dundee
church will meet FrlJay with Mrs, W,
p, warnr, wib cass street.
Miss Luollii and Miss June Rrnwn at-
ended tho Taetbold-Chapman wedding In
Lincoln during tho last week,
Mrs. Philip Potter spent Wednesday In
iattsmotith. nnd Thursday In Lincoln, at
tending missionary meetings,
Mrs, Clinton M ller entertained at the
second of a series of brldga luncheons
Wednesday. Cover were laid for twelvo.
Mrs. 13. A. Beardsley entertained at
luncheon Tuesday, followed by auction
bridge. About thirty Women were
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. D. nrown of Salt Lake
City, on route to New York, spent a
few nays me last yreeit wun r, nnu mix.
Wi J. ureene.
t a MIIIa. nt llalrn Nith.. nnd
Mrs. Breckenrldgo of Tekamah. spent part
of Inst week with tnoir protnors, mo
Dr. Mnrsaret KooiiIr und Mrs. 0. u.
Oulnter entertained tho members of a
French class at a luncneon 'inursauy at
the home of Mrs. Qulntcr,
Ml mil' Chrlat'unann. nresldent of
the Hawthorne society of tho Omaha
ifliih arlinnl nntertalned the teachern nnd
new officers of the society at her home
In Falracres, Wednesday.
The. funnrnl nf Wllllntn E. Manner. Who
died Tuesday at his home. 4S15 Capitol
nvunue, after a long UJnoss. was held
Thursday nfternoon, with Interment In
Forest Lnwn cemetery,
Thai fllnarnl nf llltln Itfttan RllOadeS.
wim rtUrf Mnnd.iv n.ftnr an Illness fit three
weeks, was held iTiaay niternoon inim
ner nomc isin v.ub bkhiu. tii.vt.uvii.
was at Forest Iawn oemotery.
Mrs. F. W. Slabaugh ontertalned at
luncheon Thursday for Miss . Georgia
P.iiArmn. whoa enEaiement to t red
nrlrk Wllllnm Kavaer of Omaha, -has
been announced, Cover were laid tor
twelve. ' '
Mr. Henry C. Van (lleson, Dr. and Mrs,
it rt Tmen,. nr. and Mrs. J. M. Barns'
ter, Judge and Mrs. A. C. Troun and
Mm TiYnnlt Mevers wera KUeStS of Dr.
and Mrs. II. B, Davis at a beautifully np-
no nted dinner Wednesday evening,
In honor ot the birthday anniversary ot
bridge party lat Ssturdai'' evening, when
her' guests were: Dr. anrt Mrs. Charles
Pn lard, Dr. and Mrs. Rodney1 TMlSs. Dr.
and Mrs. John Potts, Dr. and Mrs, Alex
Youna. Df. and sira is, L. unusres. ur,
and Mrs, A, O. Stokes. Dr. nnd Mrs. Al
fred Schalck, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice (Ipod
body. Senator nnd Mrs, Norrts Brown
and Mrs. Henry C. Van Olesorti
and Mrs. Clyde Stultz, havo bean 111 the
last twu weeks with malarial fever and
Ueorsc Moran and brldo returned to
their new homo nt Crelghton, Neb,
Wednesday, after a week visit with rela
MIss-UjIs Andersen, one Of the teachers
of the Oakdale school on West center
street, spent the week-end wun ner
mother nt Schuyler.
Mrs. M. Turner.OrmBby of Walnut Hill
pnld a farewell visit to ner old neighbors
here Wednesday, a shCleaVes Monday
lor her childhood's homo t'Fpstoria, O.,
where eha will reside permanently.
.Mrs. Frank Heusman. superintendent of
tho mothers' department, entertained tho
local West Side Women's Chr.st.ah union
at her now homo on Forty-sixth and
Center, Thursday. Rov. E. A. Smith of
Leflcr Memorial church, and Mrs. A,
I.ong of Fort Omaha, tvero guests ot
The" Ucnaon Woman's club met at tho
home of Mr. R. 8. Beasjey last Thuts
The Independent Order :Of Vikings, are
planning a ball and festival for the even
ing ot February 28. t
..Mrs. A. Rurmelater entertained at an
elaborate luncheon TucsdajT In honor ot
hei1 seventieth birthday, "
The funeral services of Simon Tlsar,
who died in Benson on Tuesday, were
held In Omaha on Thursday morning.
Mrs. R. s. Beasley entertained at her
home, tor h ir Sunday school class ot girls
and Mr. Hodders' young men's class.
Tho' regular meeting ot the fire de
partment will be held Mbnday evenlntc
nt tho Modern Woodmen of America hall.
' A. F. Wyantt Is suing tho Omaha Street
railway, for $3,300 damages for the death
of Conductor George West, a brother-in-law.
,Mr, and Mrs. A. D. Ryan of Blackfppt.
Ida., and Mrs. Harry Getty of. Ilea
Molne. la. have been gdests at tho
J. S. Marshall home.
Mrs. S. K. Longacre and Miss Merle
LongAcre or Fremont, and Mr. Moran of
Schuyler, Neb., were truest last week at
tho I. W. Longaoro home.
Mi, ami Mrs. John Mbraan. who have
been guests of thn latter'a parents. Mr
and Mrs. Campboll, have returned to
their home in Pennsylvania.
Mr, and Mrs. A. L, Ewlng entertained
on Sunday, in honor ot tho joint birth
day anniversary of H. Nellsen, A. L.
Kwing and William Tiieomue.
Mrs. F. D. McCray entertained at
lunch on Sunday for Miss Mary Roth
ot Tekamah. Miss Merle Longacre ot Fre
mont, and Miss Carrie Crossett.
The news of the death of II. M. Mc-
.1.11111a aw r ui v iriinii., vuiu, um .nunai;
23 waa rornlved hern this week. Mr. Mc
Qlnnla and family formerly resided here.
Rov. Nawton Mettler. who resides In
Benaon. and Is nastor of thn Irvlntrton
Congregatlonar church, has resigned and
win preacn nis raroweu sermon tnera
At the last cltv council mnctlns tho
city clerk's report showed a list at build
ings being thlrly-sfcvcTj frame resldonces
and seven business nouses wun an ag
gregate cost ot 1106,900 during the last
The funeral servlcea of Peter Johnson.
who died on Tuesday, from a long Ill
ness, waS held at the late homo on Thurs
day nnd the body shipped to St. Ed
ward, Neb., for burial.
Among the Benson residents who have
gone to warmer climates last week are
Harry Reed, who has, gpnokfor .a month'
trip to California, and C, C, Williams,
who has gone on a trip through the
Mrs. 8. A. Davis will tin hostess to tha
Presbyterian Ladle' Aid aoctoty and
Mrs. E. C. Hodder to the Methodist
on Wednesday Mru. "C, Ti. Olesoh to
the Augustana Lutheran, and Mrs. Tutt'o
fo the Baptist soc'aty on Thursday, Mrs.
O, H. Brooks of Koystohe park entertains
the Good. Tlmrs' club and Mrs'. Herman
Wulff, ,me Tuesday Afternoon cluh on
Tuesday of next we.ek, r ,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Said were visitors
hero tho last week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. R. Propst pf Mynard
spent unursuay evening nere.
Mrs. F. B. Holbrook, who has been
111 for some tlmo, has not been so well
Mrs, I Mullhnlm of Millard, was the
guest of P. J. Trabcr's tamlly the, first,
ot the week,
Miss Marie Carlsen left Sunday evening
tor her duties at Lincoln, after a month's
visit with rolatlves here.
Mrs. Will Johnson of West SIdo waa
operated on at a hospital Monday, for
gall stones and has been very 111 Blnce,
Elmer and Walter Stultz, sons of Mr.
Mrs. E. Mead of Omaha was chlllne
pn Ralston friend Thursday afternoon.
Charles E. Taylor of Waukomls, Okl.,
spent a few days visiting hi sltcr, Mrs.
It. T.. Propst.
Mames, W. Polln was an Omaha visitor
Thursday nfternoon,' spending tho day
with his nephew, C. IS. Taylor, before his
Tho Howard Stove Works reopened
last week after being closed for several
weeks. Tho opening of this factory
brtngit nullo n number of new people- to
11., Ma tit fin w.fhti.. t fKiWR HA! ntva.
St. Louis lvtc Stock Mnrket."
rt. lotus. Jan. 31 CATTLE Rocelnts
150 head: market, steady; natlvo beef
in.r. sr.Mrrs.2S: mwi and heifers. $4,250
8.60; stacker and feeder. $6.0007.60; south
ern steers, WMKB"-!1'; cow aim uuitcia,
$4.COO.00; calves, $6.00010.60.
HOas iteccipts z.ow neaa; marnei, 00
hlrh.r! nlira .mil lltzhta. S6.60Oi3.66'. mixed
and butchers, J8.4608.68; good heavi'. tf.SS
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts none;
market, steady; muttons, 15.00O5.50i lambs,
Ht. Joaepli Live Stock Mnrket.
ST. JOKEPII, Jan. 31. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 100 head; market steady; steers,
$7.0009.001 cows and heifers, 34.OOOS.60;
HOUB llcceipis, ii,iA neau, iiiurnoi
steady to strong; top, $8.40; bulk, $8,050
HHKEP AND LAMBS Receipts, none;
steady: Iambs, S7.00O7.60.
Sioux City Lte stock' Mnrket.
RfOUX CITY. la.. Jan. 21.-CATTLE-
Recelnts, 100 head! no quotations.
TinnH TterfOnts. 2.600 head: market
Steady; heavy, 38.20OS.23; mlxel. S.t5J
8 20; light, 1S.10O8.15; bulk ot sales, 38.100
HIIKKI' anu LAMUO iieceipis, 1UU
head; no quotation.
Live Stock in Slight.
Recelnts of live stock at the six prin
cipal western markets: ,
LBlllB. ttuftn. uiaui':
St. Joseph.. ....
nulet: nrlees omlar: mlddllna fair. 7.67d:
good middling, 7.33d) middling, T.oOd; low
middling, 6.79d;' good ordinary, 6.03d; ordi
nary, 6,wa; waies, s.wu uate.
Quotation! rurnlihtiS by Burni. Brlnktr a Co.,
Ut umasa Mailooal Usk bulldlon
.. , . t. "U- Ai.
ADiruMB i. r. us., i, iHiiihi, if too
Amtrictn i:an im , ih
Uotrd o' Trad, com !M
Cudahr 1'aoklBg Co., I: list...,.,.. 100H
Cdtr C07, Nati.. Sett, OH. ta, )tr, (
Dtra ts Co., (Id.i JTT
Uunita. Nt., &. liti in,, ir
Fairmont Crrorjr 7 par east ptl,. l
llarrla t'.. To.. H. HM...,..,..,. Jt
llyilraullo Prt Urick, pM...,..i. S44
Iowa Hy. k U. It, m
l.lngoln Ott A Kite, lat la, 1141., to
Clly of Omtht, 4ljt, IStl 10
oiniha f c n. it. fir., it, iiil.. 144
omiba I. C. It. 81. Hr.. ptd..., 114
Otpsna ki. w. row., rie.,.. 11
Itl a 11. v. ii.ii
Packtrf Kat. Bk, Blk., 8, Omaha. Ill
t'uitt Bound T. Lt. a K (, lilt.,.. UK
Updlkt Oram, . coin...........
uhion Htk. vdt. em
nockr Mt. Fuel Co......
Spokan 4 tn'd Emp. 1U 11. St, !:.
Sloua Cltr It'fc Mi HM..,.,.,
SloUx Cltr Stk, Ydi. old ,
Toptka nr. lit It, lN4,...i mi
Dry dooda Marlcet.
NEW YORK. Jan. 31.-DRY GOODS
Cotton goods steady, Caiiton flan
nels have been priced for fall on a busts
about -24 per cent-higher than a year
ago, corporation staple areas gooos win
bo qpenen on aionaay, unit gooas wero
in moderate demand-
NKW YORK, Jan. Si.-MBTALB The
metal markets were quiet and practic
ally nominal, Copper, tlrm. Lake, nomi
nal, Electrolytic, $14.76014.874: castings,
JU.J740UU4, iron, unchanged.
HT, LOU 13, Jan. ah M hVi'ALB Lead,
dull at 4.05 spelter, ste-idy nt 83.20.
CHICAGO NEBRASKA FLYtR
TO BE EXTENDED WESTWARD
FA1RBURY, Neb"., Feb. :,-8peclaU-Rock
Island triln No. 13 nnd 14. kpown
as tho Chlcago-Netjraska flyer, will ha ex
tended from Omaha to Lincoln on 'a new
time card that will go Into effect on" tho
Nebraska division, Sunday. February S.
Trainmaster W. W. Cnmoron of this city
Is In Topeka, helping the officials ot the
second district In preparing a new
schedule. These trains Were taken out .of
service Qctbbcr 16 after dpcrallns a num
ber pf ye,ars.
Totals 776 20,900 1,100
Oil nnd lloaln.
vtnur vnnif. "Jan. 31. COTTONSEED'
Oil Quiet; prims summer yellow, 37.07
7.20; Idarch. (7.18; May, $7.38; July, 7.67.
TURPENTINE Firm; machine barrels,
SAVANNAH, Jam St TURPENTINE
Firm. 48c. Sales, 29 bbls.j receipts. 67
bbls.; shipments. 41 bbls.; stocks, 23,858
bbROSIN Firm. Sale, 1,387 bbls.: re
ceipts. 1.213 bbls.; shipments, 1,473 bbls.;
stocks, 102.495 bl.ls. quote: A, B, C, D,
e v. a, ii, S3.9740i.oo; i, d-ioi k, $us;
Mirw YORK. Jan. 31. COFFEE Mar
ket opened steady, unchanged to 6' point
higher today. Later price eased off un
der largo Brazilian receipts and closed
barely steady, 3 to 6 points lower. Sales,
11,750 bags. March. 9.18c. May. 9.4lc; July.
92c: September, 9.78c. October, 9.84c; De
cember. 9.95c. Spot, quiet; Rio No. 7,
94o; Santos No. 4. 124c Mild, dull; Cor
dova, 13016c, nominal.
rt no rated Apple nod Dried Frnlls
tjicw YORK. Jan. 31.-EVAPORATED
DHUU raui i i uiiKB, nitm, s'u
cot, quiet but firm. Peaches, quiet.
NEW YORK. Jan. SL-COTTON-Fu.
lures ciuteu Biciwii i ....,, . inaj,
12.09c; July. 12.03o; October, 11.60c. Spot
oulct; middling, u.w. guir, i4.uoc.
LIVERPOOL, Jan. 31 COTTON-flpot,
gtB. k agal
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