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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY. AUGUST 27. Lri4.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Foreigner Rapidly Gaining Control
of Wheat Market.
LXORTS ARE BEING KEPT QUIET
(ask hril oH far sjlpmeat
4krol la Mfcroadeal la ctcr
as Mirk as Possible 4e
Ats-14 Ball Preeeare.
OMAHA. All. V.. 114
Porlner are rapidly and mi r civ gain.
Ing complete control of the. wheat mar
ked Tne htivlna lor of the naat ten riava
ha demonstrated th fart that the specu
lators of Ihe old world believe that the
oar now waging la likely to be rontinued
Indefinitely ant that breadstuff am to
sen to a much higher level in ionp-
The foreign btirtni orders received ffo.tl
day to day are centered In not more than
mo hours. These huvlng order roine
dirert rrora me old world and are fairly
w;i scattered throughout the nallona now
engaged In the greatest war ever known.
Some of these purchase of wheat ate
purely ape ulstlve. but many of them are
man with the Idea of the grain being de
The n'imher of wheat hears, aa well aa
other pointa. are decreasing rlelly, whlie
Ihe number of bulla are Increasing.
We have hid an abnormally strong
wheal market of late, and at the close of
everv day there are many who ak the
nuesnon aa to the Identity of buyers
The felling haa been led by those having
Any export business In caah wheat that
fcas bean done of lais waa withheld from
h public aa It waa certain to become an
Infhienra and a bull help. There are
dally sataa of haid wheat to abroad
and It la siid that the money condition
favor the holders on thla aide of tha
water. The seaboard reported forty loada
of hard wheat aa sold to Franoe yeoter
day and in adiltlon to thla tha continent
T'lrchaecn acme rye.
There were no hedging aalea at the
koi thweit or In thla market, and tha of
fet'lngil were light In eonaeo,ttnre; The
producer of grain in all sections of the
country believes that the war will be a
long drawn out affair, and that there will
be but one cmnae for hreedetnf fa, and
ihet much higher pi-toes will be teen.
Vbeat off the Kngllah coaai waa firmly
held, and apot privet were generally Id
It waa a slesdy, itregular market In
r revisions yesterday, with lard occupying
he center of the atage aa far aa activity
waa concerned. !ong lines of Keptember
product waa a feature.
, Wheat a as ."fw higher.
ora waa 1'iVlWc higher
Ileporta confirm the alUe of daniaaa
to com crop due to - hoi westlier.
Through aectlops cf low. Ncbrnaka
ad Kanaaa thera hs leen Irrepara
ble 'damage to the crop, and the
rains of Die pat few dnya eervd more
to refresh paamrei than to aid tha grow
There waa good buying of deferred corn
futon a at thla market yeaterday. The
market waa a Wo affected by the profound
strength In wheat and by amaller offer
lng from th rountry.
The fcNtiit (Viimnd for oats fell down
aharply yeaterday, selea from here to go
abroad being reported at only M.COn biiah
ela There were rumors that much mora
business than thla haa been done.
Clearances of wheat and flour were not
T.lverpool closed: Wheat 8'fd higher,
corn Id higher.; prices nominal. ,
Primary wheat recelpla were 1.7M.0O9
bushels and shipments l,Ol,00l biiahela,
era I mt' receipts of 1.4HO.0UU huahela and
elilpments of 7 ld.fr) biiaiicla laat year.
Primary corn receipt, were I.3.14.0M
bualielH anJ shipments of 4n,(KPl huahela.
agalnat receipts of CO.flOO bushels and
shipments of M&.QDU biiahela laat year.
Primary oala recclpta were l.."V,00n
bjahela and ahlpmenla of 882,00 buehcln,
airalnst receipts of 1 .778,000 buahela and
hlpmenta of 1II,000 buahela laat year.
V hem. corn. oale Rye.
1W SS7 tt4
Theae aalet were reported toiiay: Wheat
No. 2 hard winter: 1 car, 11.01". No. t
hard winter: 1 car, tl.4; 1 car. II. ftj; 3
rart, C.01; 1 car, 11.00'; J cart, (Wo. llya:
N'o. 2: cart. M!. Oata No. .1 white: I
car, 4c; 14 care, 44"c: 1 cart, 44ie. No.
4 white: 4 cart. 44H". 3 cara, 44.io. No. t
lnlxftd: 1 car, 4SSc. No grade: 1 car, 44Vic;
2 cara, 44c. Corn No. 1 white: l car, 'He.
No. 1 yellow: i cara, "Sc. No. t yellow:
cara, T74c. No. & yellow: 1 car, 7714c;
1 car. 77c' No. yellow: 1 car. 77Uc; 4
cara, 77c. No. 1 mixed: 1 cara, 77c No.' 2
inlxed: 1 car. T7c. No. S mixed: 1 car (near
white'), TTMsc; 2 cara, Tfc. No. mixed:
1 car. 7V. . Pample: 1 car (white), 74c;
Omaha v'ash Prleee Wheat: Na. t hard,
Cl.nl'rt-I.cny. No. 3 hard, l-ol4: No. 4
hard, fMT.M,o: No. S spring. ;ifiv7'-: No.
aprng, HS'ii'; No. 4 spring, tovtuflasv.;
v'o. 2 durum. Str!c: No. 3 durum. i
( -Sc. Corn: No. 2 white. T?Hi7V: No. S
write. -777Wc: No. 4 whita. lS(;Tc; Na
I yellow. T7if7c: No. 3 yellow. iiV.4r7Wr:
No. 4 yellow. 77n77ic: No. 3 mixed, UW
T7: No. 3 mixed. 7HrT74c; .No. 4 mixed.
TtS7c. Oats: No. 1 white, - 4wW4.'-Vc;
otandard. 4o4i4u(i: No. -white, 44W4i-.c;
No. 4 white. 4't)44W'-. tarley: Malting,
Wlfci No. 1 feed, fsJ'OfiSc. ityt: MWI4c;
No. - U. .'iMHc. ,
(Mil tl.O 4.HI AMD PROVIalOXH
Fee I area of the Tradlnar and 4 losing;
' - I'rloea or- Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Aug. K.-Uoard of Trade
tnarkela. allected by the war, aoared to
.new blKh levels today, led bv wheat,
s.liloli ...loacd ic. lo tc over yesterday.
fl",m e-ivitnveJ r.e lt 2rl ohIs. m.1 lo
'i.s wiiiln Itroi'litiona were T'.a down In 11
t.?-..- higher " , I
Whi'.e fluctuations In wheat were spec-
ta; ilar the atory behind them waa simple .
-nuii.tlv. Hie Ixllef that the war tn-ana
' , .v Ti. "'""" ""T
ouoted. u Keying the alllva wcro prepared
for tmee year of the truKHl and nilli
ei wc-.'e b.iylnc wheat aaid to be for the
jP.rpoi-c of failnlj liig tiie foreign demand
for floiir. A cent l.uUe early
biouKhl out -oiialdrrable profit taking,
l',! )iiires were not lil.neituliy affecled
and atop loss ordera were uncovered
w'lilnii r; of the top and the price waa
b:J up on u mark el practii-Hlly bare of
AdvamN In torn, oata and provisions
i.i due muinlv lo Ihe war ax reflex led
1n wheat and the tone waa sliung. Coun
try olferuiKs of corn and oats were small
and the eaati rn shipping demand good.
'Crime waa eonie liquidation of Keptomber
hog prooucta. There waa a good demand
for January delivrrlee, and a fair one
Art'clel pu. I lllah. I T ow Close ITea'y.
. ept I J'cM! 1 10' t 04 I t fl&V 101
rec.. I MvAi 115 I OvV 111'.! 107
flay.! 1 IVetj 1 ;iS I H'a 1 1 H'i
! I uv I i I
.", au4! Kt !f
TSUI Vl'V 7;'V70-,(fi71
7M 73,' 4'i! 7Jx
fU,' 0"i! K I 30
5t',! 4 I kUI4J.'-t)'
W MV &3'. uii'B
Spt.'21 OO-Kll 21 S:"V rl ( 21 43 I 21 X
Jnn..i:-1 70-iS S 1SV 21 ii 22 i:V 21 6i
Mept I ( to I M 10 ! 10 10 1U
fict.. W U-121 10 27V 1" W I 10 Hi I 10 2'S
Jan.. 1 5;", JO 7i I 10 id) il 70-7:- 10 u
Pept. 12 '!- 12 2i' 12 60 12 e lj J7I,
mi.. I ii .. . u ju i i: it, i; it1,! 12 oo
.'ap-l II n I 11 87'.- 11 U I II S. U
WMLAT-t llh oricea No M, tl lH
fJllSU; No. 2 hard, tl 07Wrl1S;.
CORN No. 2 yellow, lii'jtjoc; No. 3
I'l TTtR-nrm: creameriea. 24"ttr. '
- tUG. 1'ucbanged; recelpla. lO.fcj cases;
at mark, raaee included, I7ac; ordinary
firsts. lMiJnc: f Irate, as.iiHc
PtTAToliK fcitads ; reeeipta, ii caia,
Jerae cobblera. bulk, So-Wc; Jersey -ob-tuert,
tacks, l-'1J"Cc, Mlnneaota, Ohloa.
PUIXTRY-Allva. firm, fowia. He;
New Vork General Market.
r'.i:TTER--Steady; recelpta. I0.fc. tubt;
rreimery extraa. llS-il'c; firata. MaWr,;
ee..nJs. a'vu'-W : proceaa exiiaa, i'ra
ledb-t. current inase. No. 3. -4
t-Cr;s-dtK(iy; .ti't. ll.KOw caat.
fresh Hihetffl axt-.iV extra
firsts. .H:7'r : firs! s, '' '; second.
Z:v:if. atale'. Pennsylvania an.l nearby
hennery whites, ?4 : elate. Pennsyl
vania and nearbv gathered wMln. 27ft
Xlc; atate, IVnnevh entrt nnd neat by hen
nery brown. ai.T0r': atate, lYnnrylvania
and nearbv gathered hroe. na and mlaed
IXlUtTRV-Pressed. quiet; weetern
chickens, broilers. l'a ; foe. la. 17r
17'c: turke,, 14'iMV.
OMA H dCM'RtL MARK FT.
Itl'TTKR-No. 1, I-lb.. arton. Mc. No
1, -lh. tuba. 3'.
rUKKSK Imported Kwlas. 4or; Ameri
can Kwlas, ;t; blo-k Swlee, Jo; twins,
17'ic; datrlee. UV; triplets. He; Young
Amerlcaa, l!c; blue label brick. :tn; llm
butger. '-lb., lc; 1-b., 20r; .Sew Vol k
white. lc; imported Fiench Itoquefort,
I r irii - i rout . jic; I4.rge rrappieM, nw
iik. saimon. uqw. jiauoui, !: c.nannei
catfish, loc; pike. 17c; pickerel, 10c.
roUl.THY Hrotlera. 2ir; liena. 12.:
Corks, Mc; dncka, o; gevse. (; lurkeys
1f.-; plegons. per doaen. ! : ducks. lull
feathered. K ;. geese, full feathered, 8t ;
tquaba. No. 1, l.Si; No ?. .i"c
. FIF:i:F (TT.Un I ribs 20l -: No i
flV'; No. . IV.-; No. Kchuck. 13 ; No. a,
I24c; No. S, ll',c; No. 1 loin. 2J'ic; No. 2,
IM,; No. 3. 14v; No. 1 platea, 1-; No. t,
; No. II lV,c: No. 1 round, ltiVjc; No. 2,
tc; No. S, Ti4.
MlrJI T.M.ANKl'B - cougar walnut datea,
tl .'." per Imx. Iinies, 11. u ner basket
t'rackerjack, l'!60 tier caae. rrenkerja- li.
fer half r-ae, ll.TS. ' 'hei kers, tTW pr-r
cue. i heckora. per half caao, IL'h.
Kanaaa City liraln and TrOTlslona.
KANSAH (1TY. Aug. K-WHBAT-No.
2 hard. ll.norl No. 2 red, ll.0W1.0i;
HeptemU:r, l.0"'i; te ember, ll.OS'i; May,
COI'.N No. 2 mixed, 7V ; No 2 white.
JW-; Septcmhet, 7l,ir; Perember, TO'ilT
lOHcr Mav. 74iV74'4C.
OATS-No. 2 white, i7J47V4c: No. !
HI TTTr-.lt -Creamery. flrala. 'V;
aeconda, i4c; i.acking, ilc.
KIX18 Klrsta, Z'jr.; seconds. 17'c.
r'OI.'IniY-llenx, Wic; brollera, 1f.4c
Mlnaeaaolta Cirmln Market.
W II r.VT (September dvanied rapidly
to tl 1714 and I ecembcr to 11 14- today.
IIARI.RY .VSf.lPc ,
HR ANIK! 60.
COIlN-.V'i). 8 yellow, 7itMc, No. 3 whit.
II. I.onla Vraln Market.
ST. lyO'TlH. Aug 2,-WHKAT-N. '
reel, lt0iilfl.il; No. 2 hard, I1.o7tfl.l0; Beip
teniber. $1 W; December. Il.tlS.
CVIRN-No 2, !?Vs No. a white, tic;
Heotemher, FJr.; fember. 7Jc.
OATS-Nol 2, 4rr4o; No. 3 white, 60c.
Liverpool tirmln Market.
t.IVmPOOt Aug. K.-WHUAT-Rpot,
firm; No. 1 Manitoba. id;" No I, da 114,
l'VtureB, firm; October, f IHd; Ieoember,
('URN Spot, nominal; American mixed,
st. ruturea, nrrn; reptemner, ea d.
rillCAGO LITK UTOCK M.tRKKT
(attle Ktroa to lligber lloga Five
t Ten Lower.
CHICAfiO. Aug. 26-CATTI-K-Recelpta.
1S.0H0 head: market strong to 10c higher:
beevea, I'. TOti lo.ff.; ateer. tt.arr.40; atock-
era and feeders, 3Ti.3Mrli.10; cowa and helf
ere, 3S.yi3.2S; calves. I7.5ft8-ll.00.
HOOS-llecelptt, 2TI.00O head; market Mf
inc lower: bulk of aalea. Jk.Mj.IS: light.
SUPIVdft.S?: mixed. IH.6MfO.32H; heavy, (H.4&
rough, W 46 H . : pigs, lU.KrirS.M.
HltKKH ANU I.AM I1H Reoeipta, Ji.000
head: market steady to I0o lower: sh'-ep.
M.WWii.Sii: yearllnga, KI.70ti.7O; latnl, ii.25
Kanaaa City Lire atock Market. ,
KANHAK CITT. Aug. -28.-CATTI.FJ-R-
Cfipta. H.iOU head: market atrornr: tirlinc
fed afeera, Sft.fc'tild SO; dreased beef eteera.
37.7fi'b9.M; weetern eteera, WWft.(i0; stock-
era anil reeuei-a. r.ott.Zi: bulla.
.7K; calves. o.?iixolo.50.
IIODH- Recelpla. 7,000 head; market
lower; bulk, )x.WK0.ir: heavy, t9.l'.i- ;
packers and butchers, 8.309.35; light.
W 'llSlft; pigs l7.7oti A. .
CHEEP ANt UAMBS-Recelpts. .(W0
head; market Weak; lambs. 7.rf(-7.70;
yearllnga, 3f.7Mi.ai: wethera. I5.K1.7S:
HI. Loala I.lTe atok Market.
BT. It'IS. Aug. ! -CATTLB-Re.
celpta 8, WO head: market higher: native
beef steers, 37.MXifl0.M; cowa and heifers
xr. nttiv m; atockera ami feeders. rs.'KHi
7.W: aouthern ateera, jl.iHpn.nn-, cowa and
I. cirert, t.winjiw; nwtlva calves,
II. 00. .
HOOf Recelpla. m head; market
Bteady: plga and lights, 7.(W1i0..rVt; mixed
nd butcher. tf.OOnj-3.40;. aiod heavy, t.l.'i
tiHKKP AND IMBS Receipts 4.400
head; market steady; native muttons, W.JO
lift 00; lambs, IJ.(wa7.M. -
lone City Mtl atoek Market.
PIIOI'X (TTY, la. Aug. J6.-CATTIJ'-JUceliils.
70U heaaj; market alow; native
ateera, H.2H 25; butchera, 35.7MW W; cowa
and helfcra. ttvvn.(0: oannera, H006 8;
atockera and feedera, - tt.tW?.40; bulla,
atags. etc., t3.4Otn.0O.
11UO.S Receipts, .M head; no tone;
heavy, .ntial; mixed. t.7fi80; light.
i.t.t?tl 70: bulk of aalea. .;otiS.7l.
HHKKP AND LAMBH- Recelpta, 1,300
bead; niaruet ateady: no quotations.
' Bt. Joeepk LlTO Btoek Market.
ST. JOSKPH. Aug. .-CATTI.E-Re-
reipla, 2.H00 head; market ateady; eteera
7toIIOSO; cowa and heifera. J4.iB.W
calves, tt flftSlO M.
IIOUS-Recelpta, 3.0M head; market tc to
10c lower: bulk of aalea. fcvs.4m.l0.
81IEEH AND , LA MBM-Receipt a. 3.740
head; market alow; lambs, J,.iu ,.o.
NKW TORK, Aug. X.lt waa repoiled
n coffee tradu clrclea louav that rapid
,,,ogr.-as had been made In evening up ot
old commltiuenia ln the formatinn of
the liqulduting committee and that the
inurket was fuVy prepared for suc-b Sep.
tember nottcea aa mla-ht be iseuej tomor
row. Nil predlotlona were ventured, how
ever, a to when the exchange might be re
opened for bualneaa and the a put. situation
apiwared to be without any muterlai
vhanire. flnmi little bualncsa waa again
icpoitrd In the cost and freight market
nd well described coffeea are aaid to
unve sold at alight advance, but uuota
ttona romlimlly unchanged at TVo for Rio
" and l."f. for tantoa 4s. Today'a rat-lea
from Kraxll reported clearances of 0.000
tali Ne Orle.ina and Increaaed recalpta
at rianto Taulo. registered, and that cof
fee la again beginning to leave from the
York Money Market,
NEW YORK. Aug. W.-COMMKRCIAli
BTK.RL.lSc. KXCIIANGB Nominal: for
cablet, K.tt&O'BO.oiliO; for demand, $i04
flLiVER Har, otVic.
ttanoraled Appleaiaad Urled Frnlta
NKW YORK. Aug. 24 KVAf "ORATKD
imit'li KRI IT-Prunea. fair; aorlcota,
dull and eeav: peaches, quiet, but fliin;
Dry Gooda Market.
NEW YORK. Aug. -lemaiid for
bleached and brown cottons ahowed aignt
of reviving today. Hheels and pillow
taaea weie in steady demand. Worsted
IVKRPOOI, Aug. 3e,-COTTON-ttpot
n good demand at unchanged pike.
Rank I lenrlna.
OMAHA. Aug. at -Hank rjearinga for
Omaha tcslay were .1,0.'.1,041.87. and for the
corresponding day laat year t2.7lsi.IV 77.
NKW YORK, Aug. ai.-Sl'O AR-Raw,
Iteady; molasaet. Idle; centrifugal, 1
London nllyer Market. a
I.ONPON. ' Aug. 36 -SILVKn-Bar,
ateady at d per ounce.
T. I.OCIS, Aug. ,JL-MKTAL-Iad:
Firm- at l.7i. spelter: Higlter at
The Be Want Adx Are the Beat Businesa
nUini 1TVT CrtrV yiDVrTI
Cattle Receipts Moderate and Prices
on All Kindt Steady.
H0CS SLOW, .BARELY STEADY
ftfcrea Strong and Fat l.anahe ateady
to Ten eata Higher aed trtlre
Feedera In Demand at
SOCTIf OMAHA, Aug. -. 1
orrn lal . Monday a
Official - Tueslay i .fiiO
F.ttlmate W diic?day.. !.(
Throe d a this week..l.ws
fame days IhM week...l4.r4
ftttlt days 2 w ks ago.. -.1.1:11 '
fanie daa 3 wks ago.. MCI
" me dsys 4 w ks ago. .to.Olii .
Hame days laat year...l!..Wt
The followltis Iwl.le ,.!. Ihe rei-einlal
of ..attle. hoea and sheep at the Houth
Omnna live aior-k market for the year to
flgte. aa compared with last year:
1914. 11', Inc. t'r.
Cattle .V.I.7U :c.m ST. 1W
"oils l.a,1: l.i.2.2M 1S2,4.iS
MhP i.iwi.AKt i..w).;no ie,is .......
The following table shows tha priret
Tot hoga at the South Omaha live atock
market for, the Iat few dayg, with torn
patln.int - Pa it
IS I I 1: 7 aO1 T 1
t 13 T S3 7l 7
3 13 7 7 371 T :' 7 4M
10.1 3 t
hi 91 J 1 7 41
ii.i 02; 3 1:
If. 3 7Vi 7 tj
13. 3 " 7 jt
7 21! 7 K-l! 7 M
3 04, 7 Hi 7 M
12, li 1
3 i i . 05'
3 lJi7 1!
I li 7 3 11
14 7 17' 24'
3 , 7 171 3 20!
at a a i a. m -
171 3 U
1! 8 n;
04. 7 27
041 7 fe
7 (13- 8 lOl 7 If ) S 6l 7 63
A Ug. . jK.
4, I 1U tl M; 7 S1
7 10 S 70l 7 711 .14
8 X"7 12i 8 K7 7 o) 38
Rajelpu and deposition of live ttock
. ? J. till' ","r bo"r ""1I"H at 3 o cl k
k .' i RI JKIPTB CARK
Cattle. Hoga. Sheep.
. M." AS St.- P........
C. N: W., east
t:. K. W.,: weet.....
C.,. Bt. P.. M. O....
C. H. Q , eaat:....
J..H-A Q., weal.....
C.,;lt..l. A l. eaat..
Dlfi POSITION- ,EAI.
CatlJe. Hogs. Hheep.
.twin- A Co
Cndahy lacking ,Co....
Armour & Co
Hchwtrtx A Co....
J. W, Murphy
Mnooln Parking . Co....
Kay Parkin Co...
Omaha L. Cp .
W. II. Vansant Co
Beritdri, Vansant A U
F. ; B. Iewta
Huston at Co
J. R. Root A Co..'
.1. If. Bulla-
Mct'reary A Kellogg.,
w erthelmer' A legen..
H. K. Hamilton
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co...
Haker.-Jonea A H.
Inwd A Kief fer
' Tiilala ..'
....S.7K1 3,707 32.6AS
rATTI.K Uerelpts were quite moderate,
only 117 cars all told being reportedin the
yards. For the three oays tn'.a week re
celpta are very large ga compared with
recant weeka, belnu; In fact double the re
ceipts for the corresponding period two
and: three weeka ago. Aa compared with
a year ago there la a falling oft of only
a few hundred head.
-There was a very fair demand for beef
teere, and the market aa a result waa
generally steady with yesterday. Among
the offerings today were yearlings good
enough to bring 310.10, with some heavy
rattle good enough to bring better than
$10 (10. .
Cows and heifers were In active demand
and the market fully ateady. In fact, if
anything, the feeling was a little stronger
In spots than yesterday.
A few of the best feedera were firm
nd In active demand. On tha other
hand', there are a good .many medium
gradea ot feedera and atnrkea atlll In the
rtands of speculators, and the feeling on
that kind of cuttle Is weak, with the trade
low and at the best no more than steady
with yesterday. -
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
tornfed beeves, $.6o10.10; fair to good
coinfed beeves, 3-ixti(i.50-, common to
fair corn Ced beeves, $7.iu4 7B; good to
Choice range steers. In. it a . 00; fair to
good range steers, 37fi()76o; good to
choice grass heifers, $ MW7.78; good to
choice. grass cows, lift's;. 23; fair to
good trades. I&o0j6.2fi; common to fair
trades. 33.tufii.jO; good to choice atock
era and feeders, ti.74).3o. ralr to good
atockera and feedera. 3r.(KijT.75; common
to fair atockera and feeders, ti'o7.00;
stick cows and heifers, 3S.Z47.3; stock
rah as, uMilS.M;v veal calves. 37.0UV
li'.X; bulls, stags, etc., SLTbOT.W
' N Kbit ASK A.
3 r-edert.. 453 6 Is) 1 bull...
ti feeders.. W m 1 bull...
1 calf.' 100 in 50 1 bull...
16 steers. ...14T3 7 70 steers.
I rows ll id
1 feedera.. 7-'1
20 feeders. .10:44
3 cowa MS
1ft feeders.. 311
1 bull lMi
11 feeders.. MO
6 heifera... !
3 cowa IJ'S
10 ht Iters.
1 hull vro
I calves... 4.M
3 calves... He)
Jl feeders.. l:i4
14 heifera... I7
18 cowa h78
1 ateera.. ..114
7 feed era.. 11 4i
H steers ...146S
3 ateera ... 103 60
T cowa 4 1
3 feedera.. 1U 7 00
13 etreis....UitiO .".
47 atei-is.... JI 40
1 steer U4i a 7:,
32 ateera.... !) t '
1 steer lOisi li 30
6s feedera.. 1M T 15
Jt leedcrs.. M7 3 So
ai ateera.... .;
II) feedei a. .V1
( vows Hi.Vi k-i
:& feeders.. lvC
3 feeders.. 11 ."
I ktal. UMO
10 ieeuera.. K
12 feeders.. 7ti0
i feedera.. L'4
!4 feeders.. lf"40
3 heifers ...
1 steer ti
1 cow hew
ti cs hfrs.10i.'
i cow r-)
S feeders.. luW
7 0-1 1 cow K
i 10 4 cows..... 1017
7 o J heifer.. ..1S30 7 60
IS cows 1(M3 U
1 bull 1XV i 0
heifers... 4MI 7 00
3 feeders.. lOia! 7 A
t cowa M
Pstin Land and LJve Stock Company.
31 f.-eC ... . iS 3 00 feedera... Kt i r)
fce.ivia .. kM 3 0"
V. V. Mill, Nebraaka.
13 cows 10J S 7j 12 ow KTJ i
K. t. Banghn, Wyoming.
&e sleei-a 771 i 4ti steers 776 COO
14 cowa...... 70.. i it'
W. K. r-hepherd. Nebraaka
I heiier 'J r ; lu ifci a . . 11 js t )
3 heifers.. U2H '.
H7.SU 1 .4 II'S t 71
K'M .T7 :,4S I T "
iA i-.' M 11' "
21 OS1 !"0.l!SJ
1K1 :").; a. ......... .ion
I7,4 ij,4ij I 1 .'.". rr. 11 10
M.I ( 1-1
la.f -1 7-77
ll a.u- - t-iI
11 R-3pU i 77 ' g o
ro.i ; ;m lit
i 8 7 W. 3
i Ne. i ra s
' f- Homalnphaueen. Nebraska
F. M-I-adden. Nebraska.
II com rv . if) .1 r-owi )
3 cowa 77S 30 4 cowa inr.j
.lames Flattery. Nebraaka.
11 feeders... 11 11 75 2 heifera.... V)
Ben Wrirht, Nebraska. .
...: i HO 4 steers l.TSii
L. Doyle, Nebraska
1.1 cowa . oo
8. Nl'-holson. Nebraska.
.1044 7 10 feeders... -s
. !.i; tl 8" .M feeders... fefi
... M07 in
.... 77 M
20 . .
?a . .
BTfcKRS ANIJ HEIFERS.
I lu steers.
I Nn. At. Pr
7r t ro
r4 10 io
i ? S 5 ir.
1010 t 71
I m S 7!
1 n:. s M
.V lint t M
i i III.. ( no
4 II! t ;-o
t a j
.. . 1S
. . . 1 1 an
10 m no
140 in no
STOCK r Mrt AND FEKPFRF
I Vt V. i 47 t TO
14 y f Ml F.1 7 04 I
i "7 w vet 7 I
ii .... iii tn
HOtJU Trier was a lather moderate
run on hand Hgetn Ihia morning, about'
134 cara or Str) head being reported In. :
For th three dys the run totals 2I.0M
head, being a gain cf more than .V0 1
over last week, an I about the snme num
ber heavier thun for the correapondlru?
(erlod of last year.
All other markets were tepcrted na
ojienlng dull, and In splto of the fact
that the local supply waa far from heavy,
buyers were verv alow In starting out. i
First bids made were all of a nickel .
lower bjt aa the -cllera were asking
stronger prices nnthlnir waa done for
some littlo time. Things dragged alon 1
until towards 11 o'clock, when with offere
almost ateady vlth Tuesday sellers finally I
liegan to cut loose slowly, and In spite 1
of the beariehnena of the buyera managed !
to land the big end of the supply nt
prices that were anywhere irom ateady
Ui a thaxle lower.
From this time on the market moved 1
along sluggishly wlthuot showing much
change until tows Ma the close, when !
with twenty-five or more loada still un-
sold values weakened, and bids dropped
back to their early level, that la a flat
nickel lower tl.an Tuesday.
At thla trade, which had been very
slow all morning, came almost to a stand- .
still. A few sellers cssherl In as soon aa
prices began to allp, but most of them I
held" on for a return to the earlier I
figures. Instead of regaining wht they
had lost however, bids If anything be
came weaker still, who wing In some In- 1
atances a decline of fully iVfj'lOc. The I
market failed to show any life after this
time, and while buyers were gradually
cleaning up tn balance ot the aupply at
their own figures, there wen several
loada atlll unsold at mid-day.
Taking the trade all the way through,
pricea are anywhere from stendv to a
nickel lower, and 'n the caee of some
of the closing aalea M10c lower. The
average market Is Just a shade lower
than Tuesday. The nig- end of the sales
landed ' at .38.7a, with a fair sprinkling
around 38.80, and some of the later ones
at 38.70, and bolow. The few hogs bought
early by shiaers were, fully steady, and
In the, rase of tops a nickel higher, the
hlgfh price reaching 39.10 today.
I 10 .
II. . ..
took , a
rnorrilr.s- compared with the formor days
or the week ana were light avalnst a
week ago and a year ago. The eupptv
amounted to only aome lS.yoO head, hulf of
mem coin ft feedera. Oenerairy speaking
quality waa a little off In comparison
with Monday s and Tueaday'a supplies,
though there were one or two strlntra of
Iftmba In allht today which belonged to
the same flocks as some on aale yeater
day. Tha-lamb market presented an active
appearance contrasted with the firat two
days of the week and the result was verv
few lambs were unsold after 10:36 o'clock
a complete clearance being fairly early
at pricea fully ateady to a dime higher.
In some cases the aort was a little heavier
than yesterday, but in others it was
Jn the neighborhood of fifteen rara
made up the aged sheep supply and with
the exception of about half a dozen rara
everything was en the feeder on'er. being
moail yewes. .Mutton waa quota My strong,
being alow to move earlv, but artlvo
later on In the forenoon. Nothing rhulra
was on sale. The ewes sold around tS.lVXir
6 lf and some wethers were good enough
to bring to 50. No yearlings were In siKht.
The leeder trade waa almllar to that
on the former rtays of tho week, the de
mand being atill keen at good, btrons;
piioea for the iwst feeding lambs avail
able and fully rteady on the common
kinda. There was alxo a good inquiry for
t-reil nn ewea and aa a fairly good supply
was on hand ouite a few sold for that
purpose. Feedlntr iambs changed hands
at MjTT.i.'o, ai'tordlng to weight and
Quotations on ratrge shrep and lambs:
Lam be, good to rholre. 3"-r-W.T0; lambs,
fslr to good. 3T SOW-W; lambs, feeders.
,&7Mj7.2G; yearlings, good to choice. 3V75
yearllnga. fair to go.d, f3.5Uio.7;;
yearlings, feedera. 3.W-a ;.'; wethers,
good to choir. 3.V7HIO.90: wethers. Isir to
good. Io.a0fio.7i; m. thera, feeders. 34 4G
4 SO; ewes, good to choice. loxio 4o : sire,
fslr to good, 3t .9C?J3.!S; owes, feeders. $3 iO
Idaho feeiler lanba
t-' Idaho feeder iamba
1 .9 yomliig lambs
207 Wyoming lamba
Sio Idaho lHir.ba
. .. 7
7 4 l
7 w r-
T 60 f
b Idaho lamtv
: Idaho lambs
17 Klahj lambs
IfT Idaho lainbs
If Idaho lamba
lbl Idaho lambs
14S Idaho lamb?
Hit Idaho lamba
ill Idaho lamba
Ma Idaho lamia
I'M Idaho lamba
1HI Idnhu lariba
4 Idaho lamba
1K Idaho lambs
1M Idaho feeder Ismbe..
Jy Wyomlac feedrr lambs...
4 M'yomlns feder lamba...
71 Wyoming feeder lamba...
Wyoming feeder lamba...
KM Idaho feeder lambs
Is! Idaho feeder lambs ,
11 Idaho lambs
1H Idaho lambs
l Idaho lambs
1"4 Idaho Ismbs
H Wyoming ewes
4 Wyoming emea
1!:4 Wyoming felp lambs.,..
MS Wyoming ee.ler lambs
lUTVyonlng reder lambs....
i.T N'oinii.a freler laiui....
i.D Wyuming feeder Umlu
I 3C T V
t Is l
IH T kjr
I v. .. - v.w
Garments All Authentic New Styles in Every Wanted Fur and Both the Manufac
turers' and Our Own Guarantee.
Make a small deposit on Furs now and we will hold them for you till called for. To
buy now means a big saving. Act quickly.
Fur Coats $25.00. S35.00, to $250.00
With off low marked price.
Fur Muffs $2.95, $5.00 up to $100.00
AVith 2ro reduction for this sale.
The choicest assortment of fine Fur (iarmouts we have ever shown is now hero for
your inspection and selection.
Our Annual August Sale cf Sample Tailored Suits continues three more days, Thurs-,
day Friday and Saturday. -
new Fall IVjillinery Styles
Most Attractively Priced.
Jf you want a hat to finish out
the season or for early fall wear,
here's your opportunity.
Trimmed Hats Like cut and sev
eral other cleverly trimmed styles;
special for Thursday, your choice,
$1.50 Silk Velvet Shapes Black
and colors, minor defect, new fall
blocks; on sale now 98c
Milan K(lK VHve-t Shapes, $1.60.
A shipment of classy black silk velvet
shapeR. with milan edge Just received
and will be placed on sale Thursday
Try Hayden'fl First It Always Pays.
fleiv Fall Goods
At Specially Attractive
Prices in the Big Do
Cotton BlankfHs, Wool Blan
ket, California Blankets, Auto
ltobes, Bath Robes, Bed
Spreads broadest assortment
ever shown, bought early;
priced low. Wash Dress Fab
rics and Linens at 20 to 50
! Than Usual Retail Prices.
15 POUNDS BEST
aemerabr This ia Cans, JTot Beat
4S-lb. sacks best high grade Diamond
11 Flour nothing finer for bread,
pies or cakes, rack 31.18
10 bars Heat-'hlm-AU or Diamond C
Soap for B5o
3 cans Oil Hardines 36o
8 Ihs. best -Rolled White D reek fa ft
Oatmeal 9 So
Advo Jell for dessart nothing like it.
Tall cans Alaska Salmon loo
H-os. cans Condensed Milk TiO
4 Ihs. best No. 1 Jiand Picked Navy
Bean a 86a
The best Domestic Macaroni, Vermi
celli or Spaghetti, pkg 7Vo
g A TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST
For the war to end; money waiting for a change in financial conditions; money waiting
for bargains should be kept in Investments with "the worry left out."
Our offerings are of this class "the worry left out" kind. They don't pay the highest
rate of Interest, but they assure the return of your principal.
We own and offer:
910,000 Lincoln City Warrant, payable In 4 to 6 months, denominations $100, interest 0 per
cent if held until due. We cash them any day before due and pay 4 per cent interest tor
time held. Where else can you keep jour money so safely and get It any time, with ft
fair rate of Interest for every day Invested? We have sold such warrants for over 1
years and no Investor ever lost a cent of principal or Interest or waited one day for hit
$ 4,000 First Mortgage Farm Loan, due March 1st next, interest 5 per cent, secured by 160
acres in Otoe county that sold for $2U,"00.
5.000 First Mortgage Iammi cm Flats inside property valued by owner at $15,000, with rental
value above $100 per month; Insured for $11,000; interest 6 per cent, time 5 years, tax
free. 1,.K0 First Mortgage UonoN, part of $37,000 loan on inside business property valued at
above $80,000: bonds in denomination of $100 and $500; $1,000 of this loan matures
every six months, thus reducing the principal and making the remaining bonds stronger
from year to year; insurance $00,000; interest i'a Per cent semi-annually; free from
1,000 First Mortgage Loan, payable in one year. Interest G per cent, semi-annually, tax-free:
insurance $2,100; a corner with ti-rooiu residence valued at $3,500. This loan will save
the Investor about $20 taxes next spring, besides paying him $60 interest for the year.
I.OtK) Firat Mortgage Inan on 3 acres adjoining a town In this county; house, barn and
other Improvements, nearly new; valued by owner at $4,000; interest 6 per cent semi
8tK -First Mortgage Loan on S acres with good G-room house, hog pens, alfalfa and other
Improvements, nearly new; valued by owner at $4,000; near Lincoln; loan rung 3 years
at 6 per cent. eml-annually, tax-free, and carries $1,300 insurance with it.
4(K) First Mortgage1 Loan on 5 acres with nice cottage, barn and other Improvements, near
Lincoln, valued by owner at $2,300 up; loan 2 years, 6 per cent, semi-annually, tax-free
J50 First Mortgage lxan on 2-story modern dwelling on paved street, valued by owner at
, sj.duu; 111 surra tor ,vu"; toaa runs j years at t per cent, semi-annually, tax-free
avjo.OOO School and ttty Itomls of Lincoln, Geneva, Beatrice, Milford, Adams, iioldrege and
other places in Nebraska: denominations of $100. $500 and $1,000, Interest 4 to 5 per
cent. Such bonds do not depend for their safety upon any individual or institution but
are paid from taxes, which must be paid. We cash them any day before due for a com
mission of 1 month's interest and have been doing so for over 16 years.
If you have $100 or more which you desire to keep saMy. buy investments with "the worry
left out." Over 10,000 others have bought our bonds and warrants, why not you?
W. E. BARKLEY, Pros.
LINC OLN SAFE DEPOSIT CO LINCOLN, NED.
Several Hundred Sample Garments
Sent us ly llio MPiuifapturers for comparison and
spleotion of our winter stocks; on stile at 2hrc Less Than
Usual Retail Prices; vhicli means 40 to 50rc less than
.irarments of like quality could ho retailed for if purchases
were made since the stiff advance in makers' prices on
fur garments. See these splendid special values dis
played on second floor Thursday.
Unequaled Linen Values
Hemstitched or hemmed Table Cloths, full size, assorted,
$1.75 values, each $1.00
Pure linen Huckaback Towels; also large bath towels;
3.9c values, each 25c
Huckaback Toweling for fancy towel"., pure flax, values
to 75c, yard , , 5QC
Uiihemmed Pattern Table Cloths. German silver bleached
worth $2.98 each $1.98
PURE CANE GRANULATED SUGAR for $1.00
6 lbs. choice Japan Rice
Corn Flakes, pkic
The bent Soda Crackers, lb.
1-lb. rans Assorted Soups..
The best Tea Slftinns. lb.. .
McLaren's Peanut Hutter, lb.
irolUa-n Santos Coffee, lb. ..
. . .74o
Put TJd Tour Bartlett Tsars
Weak Kxtra fancy Waahinaton
Itartlett Pears, bushel boxes,. $1.78
Zztra Fane? Colorado Bartlett Bears
Huahel boxes, per hox Cl.SS
The Bast Oraamary Batter, carton or
bulk. lb. 33o
Fancy Creamery Butter, lb 39a
Uood Dairy Table Butter, lb S5o
The best strictly fresh, guaranteed
Kirirs. per doxen B4o
business via the "Business
ar ril? - .'1 Bat " rvfaa, . mm
isa . : J. . -a -A-.il n
Fur Sets $5 00, $10 00 up to $200 00
With 2ocr reduction in this Nile.
Fur Scarfs $2.95, S5.00 up to $100.00
With discount for three days.
Special Sale of
Boys' Blouse Waists
and Shirts Thursday
Bojrs' 50c Blouse Waists
Madras chambrays, sat-,
eens, percales, with mili
tary collars, button cuffs,
plain colors or stripes,
light,, medium or dark,
Hoys' Bloune Waists All new
est styles and bent fabrics, to
I. 00 values; on sale Thurs
Men' and Boys' shlrt-H Manu
facturer's samples, made to
sell boys to $1.00, men's to
$1.50; all styles and good col
ors; at, choice 40
Many other rousing specials
In Furnishing Goods Thursday.
F"'' Vr Wisconsin Cheese, lb. iOc
..r,, n bi noi conrroued bv the
gutter trust. Try Haydens firit. it
TBB TBOZTAB&B aUBKZT TOIL
lo lbs. new Potatoes to the peck. 98o
i. ,bl tr"h Apples to the peck, a So
New Cabbas-e, lb u0
Ked or Yellow Onions, lb - aUj
4 bunches fresh Beets or Carrots. So
Yesh Turnips, lb , 8c
I.arite market basket Cucumbers Vj
Large market basket Ripe Tomatoes
, tor i6o
Irse market basket CsntaliupeH 30c
Fancy Sweet Corn, per dosen . 7s
Fancy Rip Tomatoes, lb SVie
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