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THE OMAIIA SUNDAY BEE JULY 'JG, !)14.
HIGIUCI.AS.H bilurimw obenlngs. Western
Ret, tt Pond Assn. 7&4 Om. Na. Pic Bide.
TO QUICKLY nell your business or real
estate, write Kennct-frck Oo.. Oma ha.
BUT, lease or Mil your theater, niachlns
and supplies through. Tfceater Lxchante
Co- 1406 Farnam Bt. DouglMlraJ.
WANTED An Idea. WTji can tptiik ot
some, simple thine to patent! Protect
your idea; they mar brine you wealth.
Write for "Needed Invntlons"and "llort
to Get Your "Patent and Your Money."
Randolph & Co., Patent Attorney,
"Washington, P. C.
YOl NO women commit toOmlha aa
strangers are invited to visit the Young1
Women'i Christian association building
at 17th St, ard St. Mary s Ava where they
will be directed to suitable boarding
places or otherwiso assisted. Look for
our travel em aid at the Union station.
POUITRY AND SUPPIAKS
Wn SALE OR TRADE llakery and
restaurant, only ono In town TOO; good
htulncsa owner leaving country. Care
(Box 73, Gravity, la
"WANTED To buy or lease, leaae pre
. ferred, picture show in city, not down
t6Vn. State fully location and term.
Address Y 319, Bee.
FINK modern bottling works for salo or
trude In Nebraska large city. Partlcu
lara address Kennebec Co., Omaha. Neb.
MONEY maktn? produce business for
sale. Snap. Not much money required
North Platte Produce Co., North Platte.
ONLY millinery More In town for sale,
Town 1,800. Uw expense. Fine deal.
Address, Hose Manley, Wynot. Neb.
NICE manufacturing business protected
by patent for sale or trade. Fine pros
pect. Address, Atlantic Mfr. Co.. Atlan
TRANSFER, hack and batrgnge llns for
sale. Average business $350 month, well
csiaruisned business, tt. nntevcii r rc
mont, Neb. .
FORTUNES being made in Calgary
oil fields. Our free market letter con
tains authentic Information. Write to
day. "We recommend Immediate reserva
tions. Jumbo Oil shares, now 10c, pur
value J1.00. Morgan-Knox Company,
Umltod, Bankers-Brokers, Calgary. Alberta.,
I DESIRE1 to Invest H0O.WO cash in sub
stantial enterprise combining safety
with good returns. Y 128. Bee.
"WANTED An office ina,nuger. who will
Invest $3,001), handle credits and col
lections In an established 150.000 corpora
tion. Investment secondary considera
tion, must bo bo competent to fill posi
tion. Investment desired to secure
permanent Interested associate. An op
portunity. Address O 833, Bee.
iFOK SALE General merchandise stock,
and building; small place, only store
good business and a moneymakor; post
office; stock and fixtures invoice W.E00,
building and several lots 12,00a No trades
nd don't answer if you haven't the cash
nnd mean business, write J. w. iiouwgs
worth. St, Michael. Neb.
A SUBSTANTIAL, corporation want re
liable party to establish office and man
age salesmen. Should pay 0,000 to J1S.O00
annually. $300 to $1,600 will finance busi
ness; you handle own money. Reter
nces exchanged. Sales Manager. 406
Fisher Bldg., Chicago. 111. oi
STEREOTYPE matrices make the best
and cheapest lining for poultry, house.
They are l.x lftohas, stronger and more
.inruhid than tannri frit and br&cllcally
AGENTS. Investigates 100 per cent profit;
season now oir; get Busy, unrcucn un
Saver Co., 2021 Cuming St. .
rrtnm cottSJZO on
hrnrt ot the Dine
Minneapolis for August and September,
located ono mile from good town by road
or water; abundance of wild fruit, food
fishing. Address Wells. 810 Security
Bank Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
M'ANTKD TO BUY
SLIGHTLY used piano. Web. 3723.
WANTED TO BUY-Garnge or automo
bile business or will buy half Interest
with a good partner. Call Doug. 310S
International Sales Co.
WANTED Control ut $10,000 or $13,000
bank, Central Neb. Enclose statement,
give price. Confidential, udd. M 331. Bee.
WANTED To buy a Vlctrolu: must lie
cheap; for cash. F. 324, Bee.
SO-room hotel In heart ot city,
Itooms 40 Bee Bldg.
Ji'OR SALE Coal yard in best and fast
est growing city in northwestern Iowa;
fine chance Tor young man with $1,600 to
$2,000 to combine coal ana cement work
business: would assist inexperienced man
to get started: good reason for selling.
Address Box 19. Fort Dodge, Iowa. o
IS YOUR gas bill too high? Then call In
an expert; examination. Free. Phono
WANTED Best wholesale proposition In
Omaha for a young man who can invest
from $3,000 to $5,000 and take an active
interest In same. P. O. Box 297. Omaha o
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Foreigners Continue to Take Wheat
in Liberal Fashion.
GULF TRADERS ARE BIG' BUYERS
Cnsh llnnillr.ru of Urnln Report tltnt
Much, Gmln in Colitis South,
While Ilnalneaa I Matt
In Other Onnrltrs.
OMAHA. July J5, 1H.
FnriiTMa-a ess... t.....i- f u'rtAflt
Mixed grain 11.40 h'drcd. Wagner. S01 N. 11. , a lKerai way In Chicago and pw-
.:. "'"" 1 ' " i cnaaes at other markets were also lib-
I eral. This uemand caused the July and
SUMMKIl ItKSdKTH i lmber to advance In price and, while
..(the highest Invelk tia nnt held, the
FURNISHED FIVE-, gains were ,Q4.c for July and September
beautiful lake In the : respectively, The deferred months werr
JW miles norm m mi vmc ana the weaknoss for tins waa
on less rust talk and the fact that these
reports are becoming stain.
Cash handlers havo teported big pur
chases at the gulf, but elsewhere the cash
trade was small. Kansas City grain men
claim that the acceptance on business
ent out of there Thursday night were
largest on tho crop. The heavy sales for
export made earlier In the season were
reflected by the Increased export clear
ances this week. It Is said by cash han
dlers that the clearances will exceed 10.-
000,009 bushels weekly before long.
j. iin wneai ruiurcfl snowing me most
strength yesterday doubtless carried tho
largest open interest and shorts fearing
that conditions may change for the worse
led in tho buying. There were reitera
tions irom tne northwest or tni wneai.
plant being too far advanced for any
great amount of damage to result from
oiaoK rust or any other cause. An opinion
of this kind came not only from B. W.
Snow, but also from Harvey Williams
and one or two other crop experts who
are now In the spring wheat belt. The
losses in the northwest from Diigni ana
black rust have, it Is believed, been
pretty well discounted and with heavy
offerings from the southwest, conditions
are llkelv to show at least a partial
The deferred ruiurea in corn were -uc
lower yesterday, while the near advanced
H.C. ualns tnrougnout me ueu aim in
creased offerings from longs were the
helps to bears. In addition to the rains
tmnperaturcs were lower, and there are
many reports thut tho corn has dcterl
nrntril rnnlillv nf Inte. A resale of Ar-
centlnn enrn nt New York was made at
Tic yesterday for JUiy snipmeiu. osn
aula i,m woe, muii ar i .1 1 1 , nu.
Oats were HOHc lower on tho Increased
mnvtwnt nt western markets.
Stop-loss selling in tho provision mar
ket was not only tho feature, but tho
factor nf the da v. These DrodUCtB enme
out through the scattered longs and there
was also considerable pressure ironi uuwi
large and small packers. The decllno of
10c In the price of hogs was a draw
back, and the recent hot spell caused a
letup in tlie demand ior casn meius.
wheat was 10 higher.
Corn was fto higher.
flAlH warn iinch.inerd to liC higher.
Clearances wero: Whoat and flour,
equal to 473,000 bushels; corn, 1.000 bush
els; oats, none.
Liverpool close: wneai, lu nigner,
ccrn, V4d higher. .
Primary wheat receipts were 2.G9.000 bu.
and shipments 1.433,000 .bu., against re
ceipts of 1,504,000 bu. and shipments of
702,000 bu. last year.
Primary corn receipts were 497,000 bu.
and shipments 3S0.000 bu., against receipts
of 533,000 bu. a'nd shipments of 365,000 bu,
last year. . ,
PHmarv nn rpcelnts were SIO.OOO bu.
and shipments 590,000 bu., against receipts
of 830,000 bu. and shipments ot k,uw ou.
Wheat. Corn. Oats. Rye.
wheat did muth to coot off entlmslasts
who Could see only on side to the mar
ket. In tho final dealings, especially,
seme, heed was given to assertion that the1
American rprlng crop was mnturing ahead
of the black rust niul that the harvest In
North Dakota would be ten days earlier
than In the year when the plague caused
.ponclt' ftReimrai j HOGS TWENTY OFF FOR WEEK
rin. Tradlnir nt no tlmo. however,
showed anything like the volume or ex-1 , , i-i.i-.- ,.- ,,. Week
rltemnit that was witnessed In the wheat ' ,'"mlm T'lrt Loner for the
mid linn Fifteen to n Quarter
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Best Kinds of Cattle Steady, Others
Lower for Week.
crowd. Hedging sales against tho now
orop mane oats relatively weax mrniin
out the session.
Not much influence of tho war talk waa
shown by provisions. The main element
of strength seemed to be the outlook fori
a diminished supply of cattle at tho prln-!
clpal centers next week
I.orrr.r YenrlliiB Fully
Fifty Could l.oiTcr.
SOUTH OMAHA. July . 19H.
LIVK STOCK MAUICET OP WEST
blllP live stock to Soutn Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful attention.
Live Stock Commission ,lercliaiit.
MAHTIN BROS. St ..CO.. Exchange Bldg,
A BEAUTIFUL. ANTIQUK KOSHWOOD
dresser. 3 suits of gentlemen's clothes,
fine quality, waist measure 40 Inches; 15
Jewcl watch, hunting casn. Will exchange
as part payment on vaaant lot or sell
outright. Address S. C. 1003. Bee.
Fully equipped, run less than 1,800 miles.
Will sell or trade for smaller car. Will
not conbldtr nny real rfstate offer. Ad
dross, S. C. 1I1C, Bee.
GOOD TYPEWRITER TO TRADE FOIt
anything that I can use or will sell for
cash. S. C. 1179. Omaha Bee.
PA TTTIVTS! Secured or fee returned.
search ot patent office records. How to
obtain a patent and what to invent, with
list of Inventions wanted and prices of
fered for inventions, sent free. Patents
advertised free. VICTOR J. EVANS &
CO., Washington, D. C o.
noomtnar Hona ror Sate.
4219 North 24th St Web. 8275, Buy from
owner; rooming or boarding house, 15
rooms, good location, at bargain.
LIVE STOCK FOB SALE.
WANTED ROADSTER AUTOMOBILE,
wide seat, standard mane; must do re
cent mo.dol, perfect condition; will pay
$350 to $400; describe tuny. Address e.
WILL, SELL TWO-SEATED HAND
made rubber tired buggy for $26. or
will swap ror carpenter or mason woric,
B. c 700, nee.
Horwi and Vesicles.
LARGEST stocJc ot delivery wagons In
the city; all kinds of blacksmith work,
painting and lettering. johnaoa-Danforth
Co.. new location. U20-31-33 N. 16th fit
"WAOON umbrellas. Wagner. 801 N. 16th,
DRUSE HOSPITAL ,
A hospital opened to meet the needs of
any cose; strictly modern building, all
conveniences; all outside rooms. 28th St.
and Dewey avo. TeL Harney 7399.
Piles, Fistula Cured
Dr. E. R. Tarry cures piles, fistula and
other rectal diseases without surgical
operation. Cure guaranteed ana no
money paid until cured. Write for book
on rectal diseases with testimonials. DR.
E. R. TARRY. 240 Bee Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN
NEED MONEY? See us. Quick service.
Half usual rate. RELIABLE CREDIT
'CO., 303 Paxton Block. Douglas 1411.
OFFERED FOR SALE
New & 2d hand furnlt'e, cash or terms,
reasonable. Amer. Furn. Co., 605 N. 16th.
SEVERAL van loads of furniture and
some pianos. Omaha Van and Storage
-o.. two no. ibin
LEAVING city. Oak dining room set
desk; sanitary cot and rug. Har. SS8S.
TYPEWRITERS sold: rented, repaired.
Central Typewriter Exchange, 307 S. 17th.
RENT Remingtons, Monarcha and Smith
Premiers of their makers. The Itemlnc-
ton Typewriter Co. Telephone Douglas
1284. Rental credited It you purchase, and
only very newest ana nignest grade ma.
chines sent out. Rates, threo months for
K for understroke machines or $3 per
montn ior latest rooaei visioie writers.
RENT An Oliver typewriter, s months
for $1. Tne ouvtr Typewriter Co. d. 231S.
All makes typewriters rented, sold, terms.
Butts Typewriter. 1805 Farnom. V. OOSL
GOOD upright piano, cheap, cash
terms. Tel. Harney 2502.
FOR SALE at a discount,' a full, un
limited scholarship In Boyles Business
college, umana: good for either abort
hand or business course. Apply at the
oiuce oi aiio umana uee.
20 Portable Gasoline Engines, made by
Jacob Jlaalich Co.. DeKalb. 111. All
: new and flno stock, sizes run from ltt to
12 II. Power. "Will sell at less than whole
sale prices, Write' for catalog and prices
toaay. ox mi, Lincoln. Jeo
OTTO Gus Engine. 21 horse nowor. rtnrwl
condition- Metzger Baking Co.. Mynster
ai.. wuuiicii uiuiin, 1ft.
2-hand mch. Gross V'recK Co. 21 &Paul
A NO. 1 BATH. TUB, BV teet. Trester
ueny vrecKing v;o. w. mun.
VAINTKR AND PAI'EUIIANQER CAN
rent G-room house, near 2oth and Maple
for several months in return ror worn
Work can be done at odd times. Refer
ences required. Address S. C. 1178. Heo.
WHITE SEW1NU JkiAOiiliNli l.n uuujj
running order; American cut glass water
set. elcht-dav clock, nearly new. to ex
change for anything that can be used In
tne House or Kitcneo. Aiuiresa s. iwi.
LADIES O SIZE WALTHAM WATCH.
17 lewels. adjusted, to exchango for good
guitar, banjo or clarinet. Auarcss s. u.
1002. Bee. ' .
LET me repair that house; will do all
mmentar work: anvthlm; of valuo taken
in exenange. Aaaress a. j. uee.
MOVING PICTURE FILMS FOR SALE
of a failed road show. Must sell. $10
per reel if taken at once Banners and
papers wltn eacn reel, b. I". ii7t. uce,
WANTED. FOR CASH. A GOOD MOV
mg picture maenme. wnai nave you
ror $4a Address 8. u. 121?
FOR BALE OR WILL TRADE, TUFTS
10-syruD soda fountain with counter, ror
a National casn register witn cnccK
printing davfee, Address S. C. 1172, Bee.
TtAKER. ELECTRIC. IN GOOD CONDI
tlon. for sane or exonange. .nana me an
orrer. Aaaress a. -t iuw, ttee.
920-ACRE IMPROVED RANCH. CLOSE
to Scott's Biuif. Neo. would accept
merchandise for part payment. $22 per
Twenty acres and two town lots In
Monto Christo, Tex., lower Rio Grande
valley: unlmnroved. rtice. Jl.DOO.
About two dozen roll caper printing
maohines: .a line macmne tor live mer
chants, will furnish one or all with ad.
as desired. Price each, $16, Will make a
special price on tne lot, or mora. Address,
HAVE PRACTICALLY NEW STAND
ard visible typewriter; will trade for
diamond, cut glass, iurmture or any
thing can use about the house. Ad
dresses, u. caro or uee.
HAVE $1,600 INTEREST IN $2,C00 8TOCK
of new queensware and groceries now
In wholesale house In St. Louis. Mo., the
balance, $600, to be paid when goods are
ordered shipped. What havo you to trado
ror my interest in tnis stocK; new goods,
no 01a uxiures. Aaaress 1 iihv, nee.
ONE NEW 4-H. P. TEAM PORTABLE
I. II. C. Gasoline Engine. One doctor's
Burglcal chair, second-hand, but In good
condition. What have you to offer In
cash or trade for either.' Box 77, Ltn
coin. Neb. '
LADIES' WATCH, 20-YEAR GOLD
filled case: worth $10; never used and
. 1 1 llf I, I ....... ' . ,
iiko new. will iiaua i.ur ttiiiiiit,. au
dress S, C. 1183.
WANT A LATE MODEL TWIN MOTOR
cycle have 215 rolls latest popular and
classical 88-note player music which cost
$300 and Is In perfect condition which will
swap ror good machine, or what? Ad
dress 8. C. 1182.
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER LAT.
est model, two-color ribbon, back-snacer,
stencil cutter, etc., used less than six
montns. irst oner or m takes It. A 1
areas . c, un. v
Open. I High. J
75,' 7S 1
09 I ls
I 990 I
I 99i f
11 72 I 11 82
11 35 I 11 35
S3 I St
I 22 70 '
10 I 30 I
82 I S 87 I
90 I S I
MH Official Wednesday
814 Oillolal Thursday.
72 - Estimate Saturday
t ati.e. Hogs. 8hep
. . t.Wl .: 1S.642
. . 3.TW 9.321
... 1.W5 7,303
. l.ss ,m
. so4 7,r?
. . 100 S.6"0
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Business is Apparent.
REPORTS STILL IRREGULAR
the way of desirable feeders met wllh
erj ready sale
Lambs, good to choice, $7.7W.10, lambs. I
wVr& 6rtldual Improvement in
n no, yenriiiiRS, fair to goon,
yearungs, reedcrs, ..tirr.4u; wetners,
good to cholrc, $S.404f6.fiO; wethers, fair
to good, $8.O0f.4''; wethets, feelers, $t.l)
04. SO; ewos, good to choice. li.OOfrl.Tt;
owes, fair to good, tl.3HM.00. ewes, feed
Chi en bo I.lvr .Stork .Market.
CHICAGO. July J7. CATTLE-RccolptJ,
lOit bend, market steady, beeves, $7.7W
io.ni; sieera, js.4WS.oft, sloclters nna feed
Another Prospcrons Venr on Forms
Virtually Assured.' IJespltiv
llrporta of DnniniP to
Grnln nml Corn.
ers. W.WMI8.00; cows and tieirer.',
!.S6. calves. $?.7S((11.2S i
HCOS-Receipts, 9.000 head. Market NEW YORK. Jul
weak, bulk of sales, $U5aS9J; light. i SO . tomorrow will anv:
''K'ii. plBS. $, MfSM. l,u,lni. .Ituntlnn I.
SIIKKI AND I, A .MILS Heco 11 S. "u" ' .".7"- i
I 11 30
Firmness prevailed during the rest ot
the day, with tho closo Wfle net higher.
Hedging against pressure from tho now
crop mado oata relatively weak and price
changes were unimportant.
Provisions remained quiet despite tho
war talk, but the market showed some
firmness with corn and hogs.
EGGS Steady; receipts. 10,217 cases' at
mark, cases Included, 16Q'lS4c; ordinary
firsts, 17'4ifjfl8c; firsts, 18W19c.
BUTTER Higher; creameries, 210
POULTRY Alive, tower; springs, lSfJ
21c; fowls, 134c
POTATOES Higher; receipt 12 cars;
Arkansas, Kansas and Oklahoma, MtjfrV,
home-grown. KMJtl.Ort per suck
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat No. 2
red, 841Sc, No 2 hard, SIHSRV. No
S northern, 93iiOm', No. 2 spring, li.'ff
93HC. Com: No. 2 yellow. 74ft "iVjc. No.
8 yellow. 7:ii74i4c. Oats: No 3 white.
36Vi&87c; ntnndnrd. Si'.ic. Rye No. 2,
67iSSc. Hnrlc 49Jf6fic. Timothy: 14.0!
6.W. Clover: $10 IXVfl'n.W. l'orl. $i2.To.
Lard: $9.80. Ribs. SH.Wgl2.0i.
OMA1LV (S EN Kit 4 L MAItKF.T.
Sll llUVIUlhl. MO.,1.. 1131''.
27 ,Samo days last week.. 7,312
35S EVtme days 2 wks. ago. 6,(Ma
. Same dAys 3 wks. ngo.U.4'6
-.. Same days 4 wks. aso.ll.4S9
o mu Tho following table mows the teefipts
r3 ' f cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
I Omaha live stock market for the year to
date as compared with last year:
19U. 1911 Inc.
Cattle 4S1.475 4R7.35S ..
Hogs 1.519.4SS l.CMS,S78 . ..
Sheep 1.2Jl,fi.V) 1.04S,4eO K.W
Improvement In the
i nnnnrcnt at a tlmo
... .11.4 n .1 ImHii.
10M' i Earliniri tr 1 nctlvl y Is 'cuMomaV v" Considerable
lO.itis , jearllngs. $i Wvgo.W: lambs. $.00.0&. ; irregularity ntlll (ihnra;torUcs xeports
rroni tho leading tenters, yet iavorai
Influences piedoiulnatc. While complaints
an- heard or damage to tne gram mm
t. I. mil 1.1 vn Slop
ST. 13U1S. July
T i M . iimivn urri rireis, i nn,i cotton crops, annthr prosperous year on
.5ia(0. cows and hellers. KWU'J.M: M -k-i ,i,e farms Is virtually assured. Enhance-
' "" J?"- tS-OWTW. aoutjihin ,nenl ()f vhIwj In iron and steel Is a
steers, trmoffiSSR. cows and heifers. M.f'," r'lr.v nf itr fnndlllnna In that trade,
Tho following table shows the range of
rices for hogs at the South Omaha 1 )
took market for tho lost few days with
tit. LOUIS ....
These cosh sales tfero reported today:
Wheat No. 2 hard wlntor: 1 car. T7W5;
1 car. 7714c: 10 cars. 77c; 2 cars. 76c;
cars, 76Hc No. 3 hard winter: l car,
5 cars, 78c; 1 car, 76c; 6 cars, 76V1C. Corn
No. 1 white: 4 cars. 75Hc No. 2 white:
1 car. Tuftc No. 3 white: 3 cars, 75c. No.
r white: l car, nc. no. i yeiiuw; o tmn,
70c. No. 2 yellow; 3 cars. 70c; 1 car. ?c.
No. S yellow: 4 cars, ttftic; 1 car, ravic
No". 4 yellow: 1 car, eac. no. i yeuow: i
car, U9Uc; 1 car, Wc. No. 6 yellow: 1 car,
C8V4C No. 1 mixed: 2 cars (near white).
72o; 5 cars, 69Vic; 2 cars, 69c. No.
mixed: 1 car (near white), TIMc; 1 car,
6914c; 4 cars, 69c. No. 3 mixed: 1 car, JPHc.
No. 3 flint: 1 car (sweet). 64c No. S
mixed: 1 car, 68ct No. 6 mixed: 1 car, 714c.
Kamplo mixed: 1 car, 68o; 1 cat, 07c; 1 car,
6Gc; 1 car. 64c. Rye-No. 3: 1 car, 60c.
Oats no. 3 wnue: 10 earn, .irv. j
34V4C: No. 4 white: 1 car. 34Hcr 7 care,
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: jno. x nam.
TRffir7rV.!Kft a flurum. Hf&'&c. Corn: No
No. 4 white, 73W74Vfec; No. 2 yellow, 694fi
70c; No. 3 yellow, eawawc; imo. yeuow,
6SHS9c; No. 2 mixed, 6939tte; No. 3
mw iJlUflffiUc.' No. 4 mixed. 67trC8!ie.
Oats: No. 2 white, 8440350; standard.
34V4-iTS4ic; No. 3 whtto, 341i34Vic: No. 4
white. 344c. Barley: MulUng. 4783c;
No. 1 feed. 40046c. Rye: No. 2. 6OQ0V4o;
No. 3, 69VVS60C
CHICAGO fJHAIN AND PROVISIONS
1914. I191S.'12.'1H I""' IUXO-IWS;
S 6i H
Jul I8. I 73
751 7 111 J
8 7i 7 24, S3
8 71 7 20 27
6 321 8 891 7 711
!-,; 7 75 0 II
R 7S 7 Ml
c r.rJ t l 6 18
I 6 7 661 15
I 7 61 3J
8 44 6 42
8 741 7 20, 6 32 S 33 1 M lri
V 7 16, 6 30 8 2l' 7 671 J
8 C5 I 6 64 8 2oi . .6 6 43
S 76l 7 1M I 88; J rb Jj
I ii S ST, 6 40
!SC - 6 27'? JT! 7163
WILL SWAP ONE IRON TANK 11 FT.
8 In. by 6ft. x 6 ft . Address S C 1223.
Features nf the Trading: nnd Closing:
Prices on Hoard nf Trade.
CHICAGO. July 25. Frantic buying of
tvhont tnitnv resulted from the war scare.
Tim avitamflnt hnwi.vflr. wnjt chlefW
confined to a few minutes' at the start
when reports that Servia would yield had
nut eiirflnlent tlmn tn take effect. After
an advance- that on some sales almost
tnnrhi .in n bushel, the market closed
unsettled at a rise of lttU4o to lHWlHc
net. Corn rinlshca VtVio aDove iasi nism
and oats o off to l-16o up. Provisions,
ns a rule, scored a gain that varied from
6c to 174c m , . . , .
It seemed as if every wheat trader In
the wheat pit had orders to buy at the
first tap ot the boll. The possibility of
the United Btates being yot called on to
supply brcadstuffs to Europe on a scale
never before equalled kept most of the at
tention of the pit even after the news
came that the worst of the crisis between
Servia and Austria appeared to be at an
end. . . . .
Flattening out or export aemana ior
BUTTER No. 1. 1-Ib. cartoons. 27c: No.
L W-lb. tubs. 27c.
CHEESE Imported Swiss, 2Sc; Amer
ican Swiss, 24c; block Swiss. 22c; twins,
17c; daisies, l"Hc; triplets. 17Hc; Young
Americas, 19c; bluo label brick, 17Ho; Urn
burger, 2-lb ISc; 1-lb , 20c; New York
F18H-White, 16c: trout. 15c. Inrso crop
pies. 12c Spanish mackerel, 16c; shad ro,
per pair, 50c; salmon, IGo; halibut, lie;
buffalo, SUc cimiini'i catfish, lbc, pike,
13c: blckercl. 9c.
POULTRY Hrollers. 20s: hens. 12c:
cocks, 8Hc ducks, So; geese, fc; turkeys.
15c; pigeons, per down, 90o; ducks, rull
feathered, be: geese, full feathered, 8c;
squabs, No. 1, $1.60; No. 2, 60c
UEEF CUTS Ribs. No. 1. 1SC; ISO. z,
17Wo; No. 3. 15c. llns, No. 1. 21c; No.
2, ISHc; No. 3, 16?ic Chucks. No. 1. 12c;
no. 2, no; No. 3, lOMiC nounus, SSO. 1,
l?4c; No. 2. 16c; No 3. HViC Plates. No.
1, SJ4o; No. 2, 8c; No. S, 7c
The following fruit and vegetable prices
ore quoted by tho Glllnsky Fruit com
pany; FRUITS Oranges: Extra fancy Glen
dora Valencia, 96s, n:, 126s. 150s, 176s,
200s and 250s. $3.75 por box; Red Rail
Valonclns, all sixes, $3.6u por box. LeniV4
ons: Extra lancy Golden uowi, aws, aww.
$7.00 per box; fancy Silver Cord. SOOh, SCOs,
$8.60 per lox. Grapefruit: Extra fancy.
64s, $4.60 per box; extra f"cr, 46s, $4.00
per box; extra rancy, aes, 3.w per oox;
Indian River, 64s and Ms, $5.00 per box.
Apples: wnlsaps, $2.60 per box; uueness,
$4.0O4.60 per barrel.
CALIFORNIA FKU1TH reaches: iax-
tra fancy Placer Co. Elbertas or Craw-
roras, bbc per nox; w uox lots, uttc per
box; 100 box lots or more. 80c per box.
Pears; California Mountain Hartlett, full
box, $2.25 per box; 10 box lots. $2.20 per
box', 25 box lots or more, ir uox.
Plums. Diamond. $1.60 per crate. Grant,
$1.50 per crate; Wickscs. I.&i per erate;
6-crate lots. 10c less; 10-crate lot;.. .Go
less. Apricots: Wenachce, Washington,
for shipment next Thursday, per crulo.
$1.50: 6-crate lots, $1.45! 10-crnte lots, $1.60.
CANTALOUPES Arizona. stundards
$3.00 per crato; Jumbos, $2.60 per crate;
PonyB, $2.50 per crate.
VEGETABLES Cabbage, 24c per lb.;
California onions, 4c per lb.: peppers, 50c
por basket; fancy tomatoes, 60o per crate;
cucumbers, hothouse. 2 doz. basket. 75 Por
basket; new beets, carrots, turnips, 25a per
dor.; celery, Allen., sse per uoz. ; celery,
Denver, large Jumbo, $1.00 per doe.; head
lettuce, o0c41.60 per doz.; leaf lettuce,
40c per doz.; onions, home-grown, 15c per
doz.; radishes, 60c per doz.; garlic, Italian,
20c per lb.; horseradishes, $1.60 per coso;
shellod popcorn, 4o per lb.; asparagus,
home-grown, market price about 30o per
doz.; potatoes, new, $l.Wol.lu per
CAULIFLOWER - Home-gorwn, $1.01
BANANAS $1.76fty.60 per bunch.
NUTS Baited peanuts. $1.50 per case;
No. 1 California walnuts. ISHc per lb.;
pecans. 12tic per lb.; filberts, 15o per lb.;
almonds, 20c per lb.; popcorn, Jc per lb.
MISCELLANEOUS Sugar walnut
dates, $1.25 pr box; limes, $1.75 per
basket; crnckerjack, $3.50 per casfl;
checkers, $3.60 per case; crackerjack, per
half case, $1.75; checkers, per half case,
Corn nnd "Wheat Ilealon II til let I n .
Corn und wheat region bulletin of the
Unltod States Department of Agriculture,
weather bureau, at Omaha, for the twenty-four
hours ending at 8 ii. m.. 75th
meridian time, Saturday, July 25, 1911:
High. Low. fall.
Ashland, Neb. . 95
CATTLE Receipts of cattle were so
light this morning as to uo oi nu
soquenco whatever. For the V"0
receipts have been quite libera . amount
ing to U.345 head, which Is the largest
since three weoks ago, and larger than a
year ago by about 1,300 head.
The good to choice cornfed beeves ami
the best grassers remained about steady
.ii ih. nook hut Hie medium kinds had a
lower tendency both cornfeds and grass
ers being lW25c lower for tho week.
Very lew cornfed cows und heifers are
arriving on the market, but what few
thero are have been steady an tne ween.
n .1... ..thai. I, mi, I the fair to medium
kinds if cows nnd heifers are 2&lf40c
lower than the high tlmo last week.
The best heavy western feeders have
nvnrv ,inv nnd nre tiosslbly
a little higher, with other kinds generally
Quotations on cettle. Good to choice
boof steers, t9.25fff9.76; fair to good bof
steers, $8.760fl.; common to fair boef
steers, $7-754jS.76; choice to fancy cornfed
heifers, $8.00iW00; good to choice heifers,
J7MVW7.. enod to choice cows. $6.5007-40;
fnlr m enoil erodes. $5.5O(fT6.60; cnminon to
fnlr irrnilrs. I3 75(m.60: good to choice
stockcrs nnd feeders, $7.75(ff8.35; fair to
. . .. . ,,,1M TJ .
goou Btocaers uuu iruuei, n.wui.i",
common to fair stockcrs and feedern, $6.25
7.00: stock cows nnd heirerp, r'jfT.w;
stock calves, f.wos.ou; veai caives. i.urt$
10.60; bulls, stags, etc . $o.257.63.
HOGS Thero was a llbernl Saturday
run in sight this morning, about 133 cars,
or 8.600 head being received. The total for
6.5i: native ralvcs, $ 00ft 10.50 r,..,ir ,ni.n.. I. nrnnounced and
HOGS Receltits. l.flM) head: niul am! ... ,. a wnlilnr
WW- u,..v;,,,.MVH,rher"- "itUudo on thi' part o flri: goolls .ner-Wi..-.
Rood .hoayy. $?.Oi):U0, , -,nl,(a u nnir.1 Them have been active
i,.,i .iVir'.i m..,.iV. ,ViV,?mL: openings ot men's wear, yet new busl-
(M ro um ,e.1 - o&:rX U nlUl,0!, " liiess Is below that of a year ago, leather
N60. lambs. J, O.X8..60. ! show a Impiovement. lnteiest In mdne-
wi ii,. h(.i, m ., ' iary utrnir.i lias centcrcn cnimy on wr
, ? ,.'".V",. Iv.lopments In foielgn exchange, whleli
ST. JOSEPH, July JR. CATTLE Re- i h.. .ivnr.,i i,rnlv Hvlstlne cond
celpls, 100 head. Market, sternly, steers, 1 Hons nio abnormal inasmuch ns It Is logl-
W5TO.60; oovi anil Heifer. H.iX)ff9.2fi. i oni in ...ci n .ir,iintnr (rhdentrv n ex-"
calves, $5,3040.00. . . ch.tuRp nt this season of tho year.
HOGS RfCdipts. l.(A) head. Market I Yimnit offirinl forplitn commerce re-
sienuy, duik hi saies,
SHEEP AND LA MISS None on sac.
Market stcnd . Inmbs, $7 a.'U.oa
Knusnn City I.lvr Stock Mnrkrt.
KANSAS CITY. July 25. CATTLE Re-
celnts. 100 head: prime fnl steers. f9.2&fi
9 90: dri'.uod beef steers, f7.9iCl9.25; west
ern steem. $..60U().K); ntockers and feed-
en. lU01i.50, calves, $6.0.(U:0..
HOGS R.celpts. 0i) head, market,
higher, bulk, $S 70Ji.80; heavy, t8.SOfi8.R5;
rackets nnd butchers. $S.7fjt.1.SS: lights.
$S.JM8.b0. plus, $s.wns,7r..
SHEEP AND l.AMRS rie-rlpts, 2V)
head: lambs, t" 47.90: yearlings, iA.MHl
6.70. wethers, $1. 756.50, ov.es, $4.Wf4.W).
rir York Miiu- .llnrkel.
tut us for June Indicate that the balance
or trade Is still aKiiniot tins counirv. uu
tho other lmn'l, this nation s credit po
sition abroad Is likely to be strengthened
In tho future by a heavy outgo of grain.
Cummcroliil failures this tvecfc are 3o2,
ncalnst 29S last vear.
lIlt.WISTUKUT'S TIIAI1F. REVIEW
3lleil Aspect Arc Presented by the
NEW YORK, July 2I.-Uradstrct's to
morrow will say:
Trnde reports present mixed aspects,
without, however, detracting from opU-
i.tlallp .Inl.innlitfl n B tfl f fill llUSlneSS. In
NEW YORK. July IS. MONEY- N'om-1 duatrlal employment has Improved, eol-
Inal: no loans. Time loans strong., sixty
doys, 3ffCl per cent; ninety days, SUSf.lW
per cent; six months, 484U Per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER l'.l6
STERLING EXCHANGE Firm; sixty
day bills. $4.8550; demand, $1.8150; com
marclnl bills, $1.84.
SILVER liar, Mie: Mexican dollars.
BONDS Government, strong; railroad,
lections appear to' be better, money is
mote artivv, mo general jeeuiiK i i
the worst has been seen In tho lumber
Industry, wool Is active, railroads In the
southwest lire carrying nn enlarged traf
fic and somo western sections and lines
denote sustained Improvement. AN thai
the general tenor of roports reflects either
midsummer inlet or a continuance of
u.nuti ini huvtnir nt frenuent Intervals.
exceptions to this characterization beln
1 , . .... ,i.A ..nPt 1. ii'b, Mnrmrpr
Cloning nuotntlor.s on bonds today were ; i,it,., i Mrnl nnllclnatlons ns to crons
as follows: i.im to bo harvested are being shaded
U B. rrt. it. tn... JiU 8. dtb. i, 19.11. Jli cmof j,. because of reports ot block rust
dn couion 101 L N. .ml. it.... M UJaS?SJ!l ,u. w.w .nMn
V. H. it, in .WS'iM. K. A T. lit 4i J iiusinesK uiiui ...i " i. .l.i S
do coupon v HiHMo. Pctric fv. it . i, , .lulv 23 were reported ns 2i Klnta(:i,i
lnni It coupon.. tWnN. Y. V. . S Mdllnst year; wheat exports. United Btates
Amr. a. ( mo do deb. n 'ntld Canada, 7.739.755 bushels, ngnlnst
Am. Cotton Oil r . 9ltN. Y. c. i,n. t43 107U ! 3.r9I.t3t bushels last year".
A. T. T. ct. 4H. ft N. Y. Bltii 10 i ' '
Am. Hmtltln (...10JUN'. J. Hy. adj. it.. k!i 4TOCICS AND BONDS.
MW .. . T,-x-
J7, I lieVieiT OI Uirniuii
I'liniKtr Diirlnix le Day.
Am. Tobacco 0.
Armour A Co. 4H.
Alclilnon sen it...
do cv. it. 190"
a. r i. tit. i".-
Hal A Ohio . .
do CV. i'it
nth Ktrrl t. tt ..
llrook. Tr. ct. Ii
Ou. uf Oi it .. .
On. Ithr In ..
Oip. a Ohio Vt.
do cv. 4i.
T. II. Q. 1 it.
do gen. 4i
c. a. w. 4... .
C M & S 1 cv I'll .lOtSo. I'c cv.
do (tn, ln IMS. aa rri. .. .
C. II 1. 1. t. 4105 Bo. lUllwav in.
do Iff. 4a.
c. & n. w. am
10a n. v . N. II
1 CV. M ...
imN. V. cv.
m ko. rieiric it .
ron uo ....'. . ..
HSx'O. H. U. nt. it.
Mil'tr. T. T t.
U 1'rnn. cv. m. lVlt. ti
3 -no con.
101 'Rir Con.'
13 i. bii m. nun . si I direct renecuon in nuromm; """""" ii:
j4H. L. 4 S. r. 4s. , cessions hore. Canadian Pacific was most
MUSI. L rt W. c 4i f: I ,.i .rr.,4 Inr.liiE 2H nt the OUt-
J set. while Northern Pacific "II almost aj
?'H mii'-h. Slncl also was extensively dealt
in, largo blocks changing; hands at a . one.
H. m sSi NEW VORK. Juiy 23.-Europe wis
I. . t" again the primary factor In today's local
....:.. lis hiurket operations, the aotijl-nrrilcU- e-or-l.
4. .. ISH dltlons on all foreign exchanges .finding
HUH. A. L id), tt.
tt'iio. licit Tel.
I l . . ii... in.i I,, nil inn inter-
C. . fi rf. 4H.
D. A It. 0. rrt. r,
DU, SrcurltlM Ii.
l ao cn. li. . -.J i nniurooi ui iwwn i t,U.
iliiT.n.1 co. er .... J Points, with a number of new low wcor'
ll',!1"" i'. I.. ...iuui ; uusinesn in um r"f .
Bowfhlrd Av. adj. u.. 789; ler than nt any previous "easlon or uv n
"H week, being augmenion uy ""'""
mm Ings,' A rally before the end of the first
hour maieriBiij- itui-
tttlnlon Pnoltlo li
iw no cv. tt
V. B. Kubbrr Cl
10i4U. B. HUI It
100fcV..C. Chra. 6i...
WHIMIII lit ci
the week Is 48. E11 head, about 100 larger ( Ktls cv. it, wr n
than a week ago, but over l.ouo smaller I do i'n. n
than for tho same week last year. Rfi. 0n. Electric s
l.r. .1, Ir. ,1.1. .!, ,l. tit. NO, lit 4UW
III. rn. ( It... in WlUlh lit Ci in:' ouuniuni.... ""-----.- . ii
crease of a little over 13MIM beau ns ,".'. Mit. Ui . . wtwtttern Union iui tin t a comp ote reversal, wun some
ng period I k. c. flo. mt. is. li wit- Eltc. cv. it. , it gains. Another gold shipment to ift"s
I0.') half-hour materially
,J ! Substantial support soon hrousnr. sdoih-
compared with the corresponolr
of last vesr.
Considering tho fact that receipts were
so large, and after yesterday's mean
closo tinde opened out In very fair shape
today, and when all buyers started bid
ding prices that were just about steady
with yesterday's average It did not take
salesmen long to decide to cash their
holdings at steady to In some cases
slightly stronger figures. Owing to lh
bullishness of some sellers the movement j
was a littler dull lit spots, but as a general
WILL SWAP 1-TQN LIGHT TRUCK,
new,, overhauled. Address 9 0 1198.
WILL EXCHANGE A GOOD MOTOR
cycle business, built up, and a good
paying business. "What have you In ex
change, or sell for. cash and terms at a
reasonable price? Address S. C 1174, Bee.
$0,000 FOR $4,000 8-R. MOD. HOUSE, TWO
lots, all kinds of fruit, chicken house,
tool house,, will trade for brnperty that
I 'can reach down town by G a. m. Prop
erty is located, in Benson, one and one
half blocks from car line, three blocks
from school, on grade and al homes
owned near It. A. S. Carter, Phone Har
$1,800 HOUSE AND LOT AT MARENGO,
la.," for western Neb. lancj. S. C. 1188,
lilgn graue piantni.
$100 PAID UP NORTHWESTERN DEN
tal Supply Co. stock, Yha,t have you?
S. C . 11S9. .
WHAT HAVE TOUTO TRADE FOR
2 city blocks, unimproved. In Michigan
town. Lake Huron share. Deep water
harbor and railroad. Also 47 acres on
lake front suitable for summer cottages.
Address S. p. 1187. Bee.
FO iTsA LE New and second-hand carom
and pocket billiard tables and bowling
alleys and accessories) has fixtures of
all Kinds: easy payments. The Brunswick-Balke-Collender
Co., 4OT-409 8. 10th St.
WANT an offer on a 1909 Twin Indian
motorcycle, good running order: ono
tire new this summer, one last fall: lias
clutch. Buying a new Indian. Call W,
6i!9 for demonstration.
THE Salvation Army Industrial home so
licits your old clothing, furniture, mag
azines, we collect We distribute. Phone
Douglas 4135 and our wagon will call.
Call and Inspect our new home, Hio-im-Ull
LXPERIENCED teachur will take a few
boys and girls, ages 5 to $. as private
day pupils at his residence, beginning
Sept. 15; might take two or three to board
In the family. Inquire Rev, John Wll
llam Jones. 116 8. 29th St.. Omaha.
SISTERS, why suffer woman's ills? My
remedy Is effective an! healthful. Di
rections, etc, with remedy ,by express,
$2 prepaid. Mrs. Baker. 4132 N 17th.
9-R. MOD HOUSE. HANSCOM PARK;
large lot; big maples; shrubbery: large
brick garage; paved st. Cash price, $4,000.
Might, trade my. $2,200 equity. Address
S. C. 1190.
I AM WILLING TO "SWAP" ANV
specified, amount that seems fair as a
monthly remuneration for a place to li e
in a private home. Seems unusual that
in a city the size of Omaha a man In
position" to give the very best of refer
ences finds It such a hard proposition to
locate an acceptable boarding place.
Prefer a Catholic home, but that Is not
absolutely necessary". Would like Field
club or West Farnam district or Dundee.
Know of a half dozen bachelors who aro
Just as anxious as I to make a like
"swap." Addresslfl. C 1193. BcC;
RING, DIAMOND. $100. and clear lot in
West Omaha near Elmwood park. Price
ir,b, or both ror, good auto, . Address b,
C. 1194. -Bee. "
. LOT FOR PIANO.
near Elmwood Pars:, ' clear worth $185.
Address 8. C. 1196. Bee.-.iW' i
MAKE OFIfKIt. UIAUUND tU.NU, TlrV
lany tei. men ua. wnat nave, you,
Address 8. C 1195,, Bee.
WANT TO TRADE MV UP-TO-DATE
stock of shoes and business In Omaha
for city property or land of equnl value,
or might assume small mortgage; will In
voice at cost price about $3,500. What
have you? Address S. C 1208, care Bee.
GOOD AUTOMOBILE TO EXCHANGE
for western land. AaaresB a. u. ji,
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE FOR
t700 equity In G-room now, modern, cot
tage, leaving balance of $1,9j0 to pay at
$25 por month. Address S. C. 13)0, Bee.
WILL EXCHANGE MY HALF-CARET
dlanmond ring for outside lot. clear or
for good piano. Address a C. 1197. Bee.
... L . ' ' ' .
Auburn. Neb... W
OTken Bow, Nb 91
Columbus, Neb. 91
Culbertson, Nb. 89
Fnlrbury, Neb.. 97
Fairmont. Neb. 91
Or. Island, Nb.. 9.
Hartlngfn, Nb. 97
Hastings, Neb.. 9:1
Holdrege, Neb. 94
Lincoln, Neb... 92
No. Platte, Nb 92
Onkdale, Neb.. 93
Omaha, Neb.... 10
Tekamah, Neb. 92
Valentine, Nb. 91
Mloux uity, ia.
iiiiiig irnui; was miriy nveiy, ami prac- Ts.ns
tlcnliy everything was sold In good sea- j ppCCG
u0,n: u , a , LKM tender
..i.iiv mi utu nuii'n tvttn uiuun ni fo.itnff,
8.65, with h sprinkling as high aa $3.60,
those llgurcs being about the same as on
Friday. Tops i cached $8.75, a nickel be
low yesterday's extreme high price. Tho
market has been In more or less satis
factory shape all week, from the sellers'
standpoint, the general trend of values
being downward, and today's prices are
Just about 20c lower than nt tho closo
of lost week. Tops are only a dime lower,
Cloni-lnir House llnnW .Stnteiueiit,
NEW YORK. July 25.-The statement
of the actual condition of clnnrlng house
banks and trust companies for the week
shows that they hold ?Jfl,173,?W reserve In
excess of legal requirements. This Is an
Increase of $4,062,000 from last week.
Tho statement follows:
Net deposits 1,95S.815,000 14,084,000
Circulation 41.734,000 '153,000
ExccKb lawful reserve 26.173,750 4.C62.00O
Banks' cash reserve In vaults.... 393,610,000
Trust companies' cash reserve In
Aggregate cash reserve $167,879,000
Trust comoanles' reserve with clearing
house mumbcrs carrying 25 per cent crtali
but this Is dun to the fact Hint ahlnnlntr I reserve. $767,239,000.
hogi remained firm during the early part Summary of state banks and trust com
of tho week whon killers wero dropping panics In Gruater New York, not Included
every day. This has meant a wldenlnu ! 'n clearing hcuse statement:
of the rango from a 20o spread on last i . , , , . .jPJfGfPfjS.
Saturday to a difference of 45o letwcen I-oans and Investments.toi8.0nl.irt) $5.SB4.000
gains. Another gold enipmcni ,
was attended by u further advance In
exchange Tho closing Was Irr'sTulnr.
Number ol "sales and leading quotations"
nn hiocks were w
the top and bottom prices on Friday.
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m.
No. of 'Temp. Rain-
District. Stations. High. Low. fall.
Columbus. O .... lb
Louisville, Ky... 22
Indla'polts, Ind.. 13
Chicago, III 24
St. Louis, Mo.... 18
Dps Moines, la.. 24
Kan. City. Mo.. 32
Omaha. Neb 17
The undersigned tniBtce In bankruptcy
of the estate ot James D. Rose, bank
rupt, will, on the 29th day ot July, at the
hour of 11 o'clock a, m , cell to the high
cut bidder for cash, the stock of goods
and fixtures of sutd James D. Rose, con
sisting ot hardware, furniture, undertak
ing goods and hurness. Said sale will bo
held in the store formerly occupied bv
ihA said James D. Rose. In Lrfinir Pln
. . . . . i . . . . , ...... i r . . v. . . "fT my i i . ,
NeD. Any iniurmauon as lo stocK or sale '"'J'. "w p-iiciiiuri, iv7iui"vi-. uctciu
Warm weather continues In the corn
and wheat region. Good rains were quite
general In the Chicago and Columbus
districts, and lighter and scattered show
ers occurred In other districts. A fall of
1.30 Inches occurred at Dixon. III.
L. A. WELSH.
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
Kansas ("Itr Grnln nnd Provisions,
KANSAS CITY. July 26,-WHEAT-No.
2 hard. 78S2o; No. 2 red, 78V479MiC;
.40 i M.
64 . .
to. . . ,
M. . . .
can be had by writing Arthur Gaines.
trustee, care of McGllton, Gaines A Smith,
1001 City National Bank Bldg Omaha,
Neb. The stock can be seen before date
ot sale by calling on J. S. Davidson of
Long Pine. ARTHUR GAINES,
Trustee In Bankruptcy of the Estate of
James D. Rote. JulylS DIOt
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S BALK,
Notice is hereby given that on Friday.
July 31st. A D 1911, at 1:30 p. in. on said
day at Gregory, South Dakota, I will of
fer for sale tn bulk at public vendue to
the highest bidder for cash In hand the
entire stock of general merchandise, com
posed of dry goods, clothing, hats and
caps, boots and shoes, groceries, queens
ware and other merchandise. This Is a
nice, clean stock, invoicing nearly 111..
For further information address the un
dersigned at Fairfax. 8. D.
CHARLES A. DAVIS.
Trustee of the Estate of Butler Brothers,
CORN No. 2 mixed, 72c; No. 2 white.
7R'879Uc: September. 6Si8Hc; Decem
OATS-No. 2 white. 38Hc. No. 2 mixed,
BUTTER-Creainery. 23c. firsts. 21c;
seconds, 18c; packing stock, 17c.
EGGS Firsts, 19c; seconds. Hr.
POULTRY Hens, lie; broilers. Wc.
St. I.uui Grn'n Mnrkrt,
ST. LOUI3. July 25.-WHEAT-No. 3
red, 83?rS4c; No. 2 hard, KHfSSc; July,
MWc; September. R3i'83Hc
CORN-No. 2, 74c; No. 2 white, 78c;
July. 74c; September. 7tMc.
OATS No. 2. S6Vic; No. 2 white. I7Q8c;
July, S6ttc; September, 34c
See real estate columns for bargains
200 6 43
40 I 60
120 I (0
10 I 60
.240 130 6 CO
.234 200 60
....211 40 I 10
...366 120 6 60
. . .240 M X 60
....337 203 6 60
....364 13) I 60
....262 ... M
. ..300 160 t 60
. .tU 120 I 60
....242 120 8 60
....316 130 tt(l
. 261 164 3 60
...276 120 3 (0
... HI . . 10
. . SOU M I 60
....227 m 3 60
. .264 40 I 64
260 240 I 60
...277 ... I to
....'lit ... f 60
..211 . 3 tO
.247 .. 3 60
... 261 i:o 8 60
. 286 120 64
360 40 I 64
....286 34 I E3li
....526 44 8 JUL
....363 44 IlJVi
....Ml SOO t 62V4
....383 30 8 S2U
... 804 ... I 62i
... 237 120 8 62W
....312 tl) mil
.. til 40 8 UM
..: Iw 8 mu
21 44 8 6JU
. . 360 . . 8 Ell
364 . I 62Vi
. 2S2 40 8 12
378 . 6 624
363 I I24
282 160 8 t!H
.370 .. 6 US
.260 8 83H
. ,233 6 83(
283 80 6 K
. 3 3 (2H
70 . .
72 . .
66 . ..
78 . .
Av. Bh. Pr
.247 VM 3 624
297 40 8 DU
130 8 lUi
... 8 62lt.
160 8 624
40 I U
210 8 66
360 I U
364 130 8 6S
278 80 8 (6
60 8 65
SO 8 65
K0 8 66
10 3 66
60 8 61
I Gold 42.737,100 524,tOO
ICuriency and banknotes 9.ROS.7CO 100,800
i Total deposits liGZ.avJJi i.Vii.:)0
I luteal Srenr;tle.
' Quotations furnished by Burns. Brlnker
St i o 449 Omaha Natlopal Bank build
j HTOCKB Hid. Ailed.
I rv.l.Mnn firm r.ltll Cn 20 .. ..
! Dr & Co. pld J14
I Xilrmont Crcunerr r'd. 7- 94
Klrmonl Cruimorr Our. C M
Illinois Tnctlon pfd 4
Or.-.ha f. Bt R. ptd itli
Omihd a u. n. nr- urmuv
..370 130 IU
80 I 66
44 8 61
40 8 65
... 8 66
200 8 ii
40 8 63
212 110 8 6C
.269 124 8 674
261 ... 3 674
227 .8 674
4 40 8 674
242 30 6 I7U
.336 114 8 10
.304 160 8 6)
.313 84 8 C4
XI . . CO
.220 . . I ffl
.291 . . 8 64
.249 80 3 64
110 8 f4
... 3 CO
.20 84 3 80
244 44 8 en
. I 61
4 I -,
40 3 Ci
io 8 es
. 8 76
80 8 It
. 8 76
Omh KlfC. I A. I'ow., pw 78
Srltt Co 104
Vnlnn Htock Tdt.. Omiht 91
Pincrun. Xb.. Ii. 1333 4
Cltr Nl". Danli llldg. 6t
cnlrto, Mil. a Bt. r. 44. 2014.... M
LViuncIl Dlutla On . I'.lsr. tl, 1021. H
Hi cdee I v. Wirrmti 7 n 144
Dundmi Itnllj- Co. (, 1023 100 I
(lfiint. Nob.. Wntar tt. Ml 103 102 3: I
Kin Cltr.. Mn., Tsi hllli 7i 99 100
1 Nurtharn rulflo 4Ha. 3017 964 1: I
Omihi Elc. I.', t I'ow. 8. 1J31....9I 9541
Otnalu Oat it, 1117 06 934
Cllr of Omaha 44i, 1941 1014 Ui
rily of Omaha la, t9!8 934, 99.03 1
Oinalu h C. II. tl. II). 6a, 1938... 944 t'7
.Puftt Siiuni) Tr. U. & I'ow It. 1919.144 li '
Rcrlt,n"r, Nb., tt, lit) 99 100 '
Pitt Lllia Cllr !cli. It, 1933 96 r,v '
Kslft 4V Ts. 6a. 1944 Kta4 ; 1
I' B. HmtKInc s net. Si. 1918 98 9Hi
Wn Neb., Bch. Dli. 6a :i 100
Aroalanmatfd Copn" ...
American beet Butar ...
American t-. & It...
Amerlean a n. rta..
Ainer. Busar Itednlnj. .
Ainarlrau T. I T .,,
Ilroeklyn luplil Tr
California I'ttrnleum ....
riieaapraks 1 Ohio
Chlraa-o (I. VW
tiiicato. m. v $1 r ...
Chicago ft N W
rhino Copoer -.
Colorado I'ual IroJ....
Colorado & Bouthern
Denver & Klo UnrnJe...
Denver a U. O. pfd
Ilcnrral Hlectrto ..-."f
Oreat Northern pfd.... .
flreat Northern Om ctfa.
llllnola Central ,
Interhorouah Met. pfd ..
lneplrailon Couoer .
tnterna'lnnat tlarvnlcr .
Kanean Cltv flouVhern . .
IhUh Valley .
I.iulivllle tr Naahvlll..
Meiloan I etroleum .. .
tlleaourl. K. T
New York Central
V.. N. It H
Norfolk Ic W"Urn.,...,
rullman ralare Car....
, . . i'., fo-n-r
I llepui I' Iron Slei'l.
1 lol liliiil Co
I Uix". ltaid i":. Pfd
Bt. t.. AS V 2d pfd
rmi hen '"rifle
lou'htrn Hallwir .
) Tniif are Conner ..
fnlnn f"ttl- rM
"lii'A ".lea tenl
IT. R. Hll pfd
V'lwiH rfd ,
Bslea. Illah. l- Clo
too :v vni n
234 ::. 4
' .ltd 1194 J19a 11W
;-ll 257 226' 331
I.6CO 10 Ml 5'
3.S00' 814 M
8,104 73 78 784
604 W4 1S
il.641 17i 7Hi Tl
1.704 314 35 3. .
1 .Wi '45i 4li .'6V
200 144 10
1SU 12 li
. P6; 9 U Wi
mi i3i J n
33 Vi S8' 34
1 3 21
400 244 ?W J
' 50O 1454 1ISH 14
l.SfO 12Ui 1U4 K04
30J S9?i 294 "
1.O01 63 M !
M0 lit .111 11
900 624 l'i
. . 164
iftO 1M4 104- 1"4
300 3"4 JN,
W jri . in J-
804 f0"i 614 8'i
1.4-.0 Sii r4 !'
fOO r2 114 11"
3,101 104 9 10's
100 JSJ 132 131
303 4Si 43 t:K
3,600 (4 H f3l
2,301 . 6Ji 614 t:'.
440 1044 103l lt,
6,701 10S 101 104
1.600 1004 108'i lOOli
'04 34 rov
1614 16J 11
Total aalea tar the day, 313,404 eoarri.
BI I LEP Thero wen no nhecp worth
mentioning reported In the yards this
mornlnK, but for the week the receipts
have been the largest since March, a
total of M.434 head being; leported In, as
against 3s,471 for the corresponding week
01 mn year.
OMAHA. Julv 23. Hank rlourlntr fnrlnn stocks Vtvxr
Omaha today were $2,OM,OS3.34 and for i Aliouea
the correspondlnsr day Inst i-enr 12.4M.. I Amal. Copper .
i fillt.10 Thft ntlllltnlrv nt IhA nl.u,ln,,. ' A. 7.. H
the week nnd the oorrcipondlng week 'l,,T trlt'".'.'.
1 last yeur Is as follows: ! ' S'u ....
I.. . Lust Year. This Year ! J.Jniennlal
I 2.942,037. 81 .I'cpper Itange C
2,444, 819.ro ! Kaat not'- C M..
2 fiW.r.20.12 j Tranklln
2.O0S.743.37 1 Oranby Con
")7T7R4i1 ' Ureeno lanama ..
i'rTrf, ' l'"K Coppef . ..
Jlr,20j.929.i5 1,, copper -..
I Miami Capper ...
. Mohan k
Ilnxtnn SloeW li.rket.
IloSTON, July S. CIosIhk quotations
NEW YORK. July 2T..-COFI'EE-An
easier tone appeared in the coffee mar
. ii Nevada Con.
. WHNIplasIni Mlora
. 114 Xurlh . llutta .. .
. 44 North Ijike
. 6irt0ld Dominion ..
.40i OtceOla ,.
. 17 Qulncy
. 944uperlor . ..,
a Superior B.
. 344U. S. H It. & M ,
1S4 do pM
. M.Pnh Con
. till r'.k Capper Co...
. 45 Hulls ti Uupeilor.
Oliinhr. liny Mnrket.
ket today as a result of the unsettled po- OMAHA. July 23.-HA" -Choice upland
lltical conditions abroad, Costa and and inlotand. tll.:Ojjl2,00; No. 1,
freight offers and moderute aolllnir by I ll.Wj No. 2. SJ.fOfllOCO; No. 2. 21 (OixV.
At the same time that receipts have ,)0 f,".1: , lower
leen very large the demand on the part! ''0 ,
of packers also has been very good so , S?" IE,
that the market has remained In
The opening was five to
and final prices showed
points net decline. Kales.
I ItJ. hnL'fl illlnllt liulf uu-lll,.. T.,1..
healthy condition throughout. It wa Im-, f ' & 8 "v ' emwr, h.ztc-. oc
posalbfe. however, to maintain steady ftE.'- ,.f,,iV", L41 aV,eC!'?.bcr"
prices regardless of how good a demand I ? "r' Jnuar. 8.61c: March, 8.73c: May.
there might be. as other market points ' fi,r b"t ?of,',(:e ("1"' "'f No- " s,c
were breaking badly and they carried the, 8nl011 so- "'ac.
market at this point down with them, i
Thus lambs during the first half of the Cotton ainrket.
week sold off about 30 cents as compared' NEW YORK, July 28. COTTON Fu-
witn tne close or tne previous wepk niir. i tures closed steady; July. 12.26c. August.
lng the latter part of the week prices
remainea stationary, ana ine mantel be
came quite active under free buying on
the part of tho packers. Ewes also weak,
er.ed, becoming IMjir.c lower, so that It
took pretty good westerns to bring H.754j
4.SS. Nn aged wethers of consequence
were received, but yearlings sold fully
60c lower as compared with last week.
Feeders wero In good demand through
out the week, but packers bought up the
nrrlvnli nn inmlv HiMt It Hid nn! lnv.
v.rv mnrh for the reeder hnvetrs. Thn APPLES Quiet.
feeling on that class of stuff was steady DRIEH FRUITS Prunes, steady. Apr!
thioughout the week, and everything In cots and peaches, quiet. Raisins, dull,
12.10c. October. 12.11c. December. 12.31c
January. 1219c; March, 12.26c; Mny, 12.48c.
Spot quirt; middling, 13.2Cc; gulf, IJ.Wc.
LIVERPOOL, Julv 35.-COTTON-.!pot.
eakler; good middling. 7.7&d; middling.
T.Cd; low middling, S.79d. Males, 3.0)
Rvaporntnl Apples nnd Dried I'rulfa
NEW YORK. July 23. EVAPORATED
Straw: Choice wheat, J3.witri;j; choice
oat or rvc. t00f. SO Alfaun: CTiolce,
I1V.OO014.0O. No. 1. JlJ-OrtflSO); No. 2. Jll.OO
Onsfed &ar Stores
Peiiaetlon of far valna to J 1 0.00 roatea
It poiilMe for larfo and email tuveitpre
to buy anl ImM Hill atork, It la. the
fiealiet Imluatrlal luvrHnrot ot the time
We havr rrlnteJ an ettinnMlre review af
Its poiilblltilea, Toil'' f on. reootat..
Send for rireular No, -l-X.
JONES & BAKER
Bank floor. 30 H. SaJlo St . JJ Ilroad St
Cblcaxo. .Veil- York-
IHrrct frirole arlra to ,Vir Vorl Dot let
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