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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1915)
TIIK HKK: OMAHA, nATIUDAV, JUNE 1J15.
lMOl 8i- A17RTMESTS. KtsATS.
' 0- 7,-r, J!4 N. lMh Pi., mod. rx. hrat.
il;, nrt.r., m S. 27th Ate
JV(W;.r.. Mm Howard St., modem
'0--T., SW Bristol St., modern
t)'.i-,Vr., MS p. ?ith Ave., modern.
J.C r., 117 p. th St.. njmio'.n.
l.(0 .r., 4M6 Webter St., Dundee, new,
Kfr.fct 7-r.. Ton p. i,tn St.. modem. Janitor
M'lno-e-r.. 4.:4 Capitol Ave., modern, fine
MiO7-r., nv Arbor St , new, modern.
U S-r., 2"7 l'nrnnm St., modern.
f.OO-7-r . 518 8. Mth St., modern, hot lind
J eoid water. Janitor service.
Btf.OO-g-r.. 33j6 Harney St, mod., flmt-
OrX-iROK it mSll'ANV,
Tiione n. TfnV 9flecttv Nat Uk. TIM
T g. 27th, S-ronm, modern flat, ..
H17 Dewey. S itum, nodnra flat. t.
Bristol Ht . (tr mod. ex. heat. .X).
O. rAhliHBKH, 812 Hrand. The. Fid.
NEW. modern, fi-room bungalow, hard-
wood finish, built-in bookcases. )?
Wirt 8t. Douglas 68(78. Reasonsble.
I misfit Cralgh Bom tt Co.. Be Bldg
J. C. Reed
Exp. Co., moving,
packing A storage.
1W7 Farnam. fi. Ml.
Maggard's s ssf -fss
, OO" 0 tlmate for nov-
lug. packing, shipping. 1711 Webstar 8t
GlobeVan & Storage
8';. moves, iacjtg. ships; t-horse van
end 2 men
Satisfaction guar, D. 4SS8 A Ty. 110.
Vacmt houii and apartments; alto for
i to rune, moving. lth and Jsckson "ta.
SEF. the Ocr.'.rrl r'i.ririit, Eioies. FREE
Gordon Van Co.
i9 n. nth Pt.
Tel. D 394 or Wob. list
Nice Cool Office
Near the Elevator and Stairs
Electric Light Free
The Bee Building
f uperintendenfa Office. Room 103.
A nice office ta a good location,
make your business plans successful.
THE BEE BUILDING
THE BUILDING THAT
18 ALWAYS NEW"
furnishes lust such combinations.
Office Room 103.
STOREROOM N. B. corner ltith and Cali
fornia, Rex. Hotel Bldg. All modern 170
123 Bee Bldg. Douglas H83,
ALL sites. 13 per month bp. 507 Pulton.
Oaraare and Barns.
PARAGE 708 B. 3Hth fit. Hamev 73fiS.
WANTED TO BUY
Tale buys everything 2nd hand. Web. 4904.
OFFFICE furniture bought and sold. J.
C. Reed. 1207 Farnam. Doug-. 14
WANTED To buy good grooery and
meat fixtures for our new store. No. 83,
t 8137 Farnam. Tel. Basket Store Office,
WANTED To buy Jersey cow; rich
milker. Call Walnut 1828.
Slightly used high grade piano. IX Mil.
AUTOMOBlIiBS For other automobile
bargains see the "Automobile" classifi
cation. BUfilNi33 CHANCER lire, paying mil
linery stock and fixtures for trad on
account of owners sickness. Will bear
etilct investigation. What have you?
Address B, C. 1138. Bee.
ROAD CANDY OUTFIT, hamburger
counter, knife spindle and knives, large
chuck doth, violin, five match-vending
machine, two new pump guns, leg of
mutton leather case, buttercup cutter,
two auto side lamps, on H. & R. break
open. .22 revolvers, large Ever-ready
flashlight; will swap. Address 8. C. 1202.
, 31 CHEMICAL, fir extinguishers at less
than actual cost You make over 100
per cent profit on sales. Want camera,
typewriter . or repeating gun, valued at
1 t-H or money. Addr, E 6o3, Bee.
DRUMS Set of Lyon & Ilealy drums
and traps, to traae ror motorcycle.
diamond or what I may be offered. Ad
dress, S. C. 7M, care Bee.
"INDIAN" motorcycle and new side-ear;
late 1914 model, twin cylinder, two-
speed, complete electiio equipment 1915
Improved kick starter; new tires; all per
fect condition. Cost 1370. Want Ford or
light roadster; no other propositions con
sidered. Address S. C. 1072. Bm.
KODAK "Ansco" foldiiux pocket, slse
'. VAxVii: double lens, automatic shutter;
riainr. lowering and laterally shifting
front; like new; together with complete
outfit. Including new IS developing tank,
printing frame, tray, carrying caae, etc
want visible typewriter in good condi
tion. Address 8. O. lf. Bee.
1NE four-tliui door grocery shelf cab-
inet 7xS feet bv III inches deep, con
taining M feet of shelving, celling backed
and stained mahogany; for groceries.
Address 8. C. 1133. Bee.
OlsR steel-bound trunk, one leather nand
bag, one high-grade 17-jnwel watch, will
trade. It me hear from you. Address
8. C. 1129, Bee.
PAINTING and papering In exchange
for roll top desk. Address 8. C. JIM, Bee.
FAINTlNci Will exchange painting for
horse. 2624 Burt 8t
ROOMING house, 1222 Farnam Pt.. to
trade for an automobile. Drive up with
your car and make a quick deal.
REFRIGERATOR In good condition.
value about HO. What have you to
IradeT Address, 8. Cf. 11S5, Bee.
SKW1.NU machine Singer. Retail jrice
Jff.; good condition; drop head. Will
exchange. What have you? Address,
8. r. 1134, Jee. r
TWO-PASdENGER, high wheel, hard
tire auto. In good runing order; will
trade for parlor furntturo or gas stove.
If your furniture is worth 175, we can
trade. Address 8. C. 1110, Bee.
glLO Brand new low silo, 300-ton ca
pacity; nuver erected. Will exchomia
for first-clrss flve-pasengr car. AO-
dress 8. C. U3X, Bee.
TIN WORK Will swap tlnwork for -mall
110 alternating motor. 8. C. 1132, Bee.
wanted to nwap. n ny noi aaveruse
something that you no longer have any
uje for and get something you really
need? It coats you nothing to join the
Swappers' Club, and you will find it lots
nt fun ivinnlnr things. Writ Room lo4.
Bee Bldg., or phone Tyler 1000.
.I'iVrTLTl U . . Jlnl.. 1.1 . nH -. .
fur new 12-ltich Weslinghouse fan. Ad
drees 8. C. 113L Bee.
WESTINGHOUBlfl EUOCTRIC COOK
STOVE, with coffee percolator, egg
boiler, hot plates and other attachments;
also electric room heater; value, 100. Ex
change for VI'trola, typewriter, book
cases or office furniture, what have you?
Address 8. O. 1110, Bee.
FARM t RANCH LAMUS FOR ALB
HAVE TOU A FARM FOB BALEt
Write a good description of your land
and send it to the Sioux Cltr, la.. Journal,
' Iowa a Most Powerful Want Ad Me
dium." Twenty-five words every Friday
evening, Saturday morning and Avery
Paturday evening and tiunday morning
for one month, giving sixteen a Is on
twelve different days for 12; or (0 words.
4; or 71 words, ta.
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper, K4,0u0 readers dally In four great
PMALL MlHriOUKl FARM
to cash and to monthly, no Interest or
laaes; highly productive land, close to
three big markets; write for pnotostaplis
and full information. Munger. K. l.l, N.
FAHM A KIM II 1, l KR P1.R
LET us tell ton about f'ls TSVar-re slock
fsrm In MnnmiM i'n , lon, t."T '" en
sere. An do-erre fsrm 1 miles of Wood
line, In., pilre Hi) per Hfie. Write us
Til State Biirlj Rldq.
o-acre fnrtu. nbout 7 miles north of
Mlsnurl Vnllev. t.
Tuendiiy, June ii;., at 2 p. m. hrp.
We will ecll at puili- auction to the
highest liMer on the farm about 7
miles north of Missouri Valley, la., the
tot hsif of southwest quarter of section
7, township mnne 4J, Harrison
Well Improved. About 7n acres In cul
tivation. Mouse, barn, well and wind
mill. Now rented for cash.
Terms: H.ono cash ns soon a title Is
examiner) and found merchantable, and
balance March 1. 1S1K; $ to be paid on
date of sale to show Kood faith, to be
held by auctioneer until title Is found
F.aatern loan. fSOu, runs four yea is at
t per cent, fun bo assumed.
For further Information nddre.ss) auc
tioneer or owner.
Eric Johnson, owner. Missouri Val
Jnmes t.. Howrl. sutloneeir for Dowd
Auction Co.. Omaha
BF.TTER than money In the bank, 3 good
farms In Pottawattamie county, Iowa,
711 Slate Bank.
Lire Osk Colonies, none better. W. T.
Pmlth Co . S13-14 City Vst. Bk. n. Ml
Matclilcps Culifornia Bargain.
This 100-aore farm will yield a
tfi.oOO Income this year; must b
sold to protect other Investments.
No land la Sutter oounty more
productive. Near towns, schools,
churches, railroads; among fine
Nebraska neighbors; 6 acres In
alfalfa, 2o oats, t figs; fine nursery,
with l.OuO peach seedlings; wal
nuts, pecans, figs, quinces, oranges
and 24,000 grape cuttings;, all Irri
gating ilUi'l'e, canals, drains,
boxes and gtee in; land leveled
and checked nothing left undone;
fenced and cross-fenced; best of
water. Price only t'-XX) per acre
rost very mu'h more. Will divide.
If rerulrcd. For particulars, write
City Nal'l Bank Bldg., Omaha. Neb. o
BEST 3.200-ACRE CATTLE RANCH IN
To exchange for a firsl-class Iowa or
Nebraska farm. Don't offer any poor
stuff. The ranch la well improved, big
house and barn and good fencing. Has
the very best quality of tthort grass pas
ture, wheat-grass hay and lots of it.
Plenty of good water. Not a foot of
sand all good, hard land with about a
half section In cultivation.
PAYNB INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Ware Block. Omaha.
Omaha Nat l Bank H!dp. Omaha
After June 29th.
CHOICE NEBRASKA CORN FARM.
1W acres, ft miles from Friend, beet of
black soil, lies well, Is all plow land and
la In a very prosperous neighborhood.
Place in well fenced, mostly with 40-inch
woven wire. Improvements: Fine 7-room
2-story house, hard pine finish; extra
large barn with ml! feeding mangers.
Water piped from cement cistern, !ii-horse
power gasoline etiginc, alfalfa cuopper,
corn shelter and grinder, elevator, etc.
A big new silo and cutter, cement milk
house, chicken house, coal house, etc.
Price 1125 per acre.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Ware Block. Omaha
Omaha Nat l Bank Bldg. Omaha.
After June 2tth.
CHOICE IRRIGATED STOCK FARM.
166 acres, 6 miles from liershey, Keith
County, Nebraska, on L P. it. R. 66
acres alfalfa. 20 acres wheat, 10 acres
corn, 16 acres hog pasture, 16 acres hay
meadow;- balance pasture -with running
water. All irrigated with paid up water
right. In Paxton-Hershey Canal. A
mighty fine hog and cattle ranch.
Price 1100 per acre.
PAYNB INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Ware Block. Omaha.
Omaha Nat l Bank Fildg. Omaha,
After June 29th.
to. 30 first-clues section adjoining Kimball
county, belonging to Illinois heirs, Is
offered for sale for less than half of
aotual value; firm, dark, sandy loam.
Not less than 12,000 cash, balance easy.
Mr. Landbnyer look into) this before too
late. Compare this with any lands for
quality and price. In Weld county, Colo
rado, on Kimball, Nob., oounty line.
Write If Interested. C. J. Can an, 610 Mc
Cague Budg., Omaha.
FREE lumber with ervery sale. Land near
Spokane raising fruit, grain, vegetables,
stock. Free booklet. Consolidated Land
Co., Elk. Spokane Co., Wash.
REAlLESTATK--FOR ex change
I HAVE good California land, close In,
to exchange for high-class Omaha Im
proved property or a good astern Ne
braska farm. Also have improved prop
erty near Los Angeles to trade. Send
particulars in first letter of what you
have. Address K 619, care Bee. o
TO EXCHANGE for land or city Prop
erty, 6-10-Xc store In a good Colorado
town. Must get out on aocount of sick
ness. Address Y-6HK, Bee.
7-r. mod. ex. heat, near 27th and Maple
Hts. ; will give good trade for auto, or
have trackage lot at 20th and Center
Bts. for auto. 1W McCagua Bldg., Omaha
. FARMS WANTED
LIST real estate and rental with DON
EL80N R. E. CO.. 301 Om. Nat l Bank.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
FARM LOANS, 15 PER CENT
TOLA N D ft TRUMBULL. 448 Bee bldg.
$100 TO 110,000 made promptly, if. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam Pta
CITY and farm loans, S, 6H. t per cent
J. H. Dumont & Co., 416 Stat Ban.
WANTED Good farm and city loans at
PETERS TRUST CO.. I62J Farnam.
WANTED City loans and warrant. W,
Farnam Smith & Co., 1.130 Farnam St
CITY property. Large loans a sperlslty.
W. H. Thomas. 228 State Bank Bldg
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City National Bank Bldg.
CMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
. O'KEEFK REAL E3TATB CO..
lOlf Omaha National. Phone Douglas I71B.
SEE us first for farm loans in eastern
Neb. United States Trust C.. Omaha.
fi CITY LOANS. C. G. Ca.-iberg.
" tl0-12 Brandels Theater Bldg.
PILES. FISTULA CURED.
Dr. E. R. Tarry cures piles, fistula and
other rectal diseases without surgical
operation. Cure guaranteed and no
money paid until cured. Writ foe book
or rectal diseases with testimonial. DK.
K. R. TARRY. 240 Bee Bldg.
RUPTURE cured in few days without
pain. Cal! or write Dr. Wray. Sot Be
Bldg., Omaha. Established 1'4. o
REAL. ESTATE WEST BIDE
$4,000, Easy Terms
Owner must sacrifice new house near
Omaha university; fine location, with
lane shade trees; first floor ha living
room, sun room or library, dining room
and kitchen, nicely decorated and oak
finish; second floor. 8 bedrooms and
sleeping porch; everything modern, paved
street, and near oar; t&v cash will han
dle. Real bargain.
Glover & Spain
1 20 City National.
Direct from the Battle Arena.
Real War Photos
Rest of Tbcui All.
UKAL ESTATE ACREAGE
Suburban Acres in
Von, no douM, have 'lroatnl, a Ihnusands of otliors have
ilri'amcd. of sonn tlay rr tiring li-oni activo work anil thereafter
living on your income.
You will ntltr.it tuat Jim are not .iceutnnlatinjr vi.ry rapidly,
but the longing is daily growing stronger to W iudein-ndent or'
the fchop, store or offioe. Hie man working for wages or a
salary is more or less of ;i pLivp. He is so dependent ujon h'n
pay cheek; he is so busy mnhin-i a living that he hadn't tin.e
Are you in that elasT And haven't you often pictured the
time when you eouhl get a small tract of lnnd ami live over
again the pleasant days of the old fannf Have you ami your
wife planned some tlay to get away from the constant grind of
the city ? Have you not thought seriously of getting out where
your children could have more room, where you could grow
fruit, chickens, keep a cow and
family would need?
Kaising clnktren on the eitv streets is quite a problem.
Most, of us prefer children with punburned faces rather than
Benson (Hardens is a beautiful tract of land, rolling, fer
tile, conveniently located and in line with Omaha's future
Benson Hardens is favorably situated, being just West of
Benson, on pave! road and close to ear. You can hold your
city job and live in the country; you e;m have country living
with city privileges.
Benson Gardens means that with een a small amount of
money you can have a little farm; you can hegin NOW to ac
cumulate for the rainy day. You may begin TODAY building
that Home vou and vour wife hope to have in your old age.
$10.00 DOWN$10.00 A MONTH,
is all it takes to make a start to own One-Acre in Benson (Jar
dens. We will take you out in one of cur automobiles any time,
during the day, evenings or Sundays; or, you can go direct to
the addition by walking 6 blocks west on Main street from the
end of Benson car line; or take Jitney that makes connection
Hastings & Heyden
1(5 14 HARNEY STREET.
7 Acres Improved
Owner Is leaving the city and has listed
his property with us for quick sale. House
has 6 rooms on first floor. 1 on second
floor; 31 acres In seven-year-old grapes:
lVj acres In cherries, apples, plums and
strawberries; 2 acres In alfalfa. It Is lo
cated close to Main St, paved road. Also
has 300 chickens. 100 ducks, horse and
cow; some machinery and wagons. If vou
want one of the best located suburbsn
properties you should look this over.
Hastings & Heyden
JB14 HARNEY ST.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
My Fine Home
Am leaving city for California and offer
for sale my 7-room house, modern In
every respect- House on ground is 2x40
ft., with large front and bask porch, all
screened l also storm sash for porch and
house; vestibule with closet and mirror
door; living room across the front of the
house, 18x20 ft., with fireplace bricked to
celling; beamed ceilings in living room
and dining room; built-in bookcases and
buffet; dining room haa paneled wains
coting of quarter-sawed oak and U 18x13
ft.; sun room Is 12x11 ft., and is in quartet-sawed
whit oak, and ha two French
doors of bevel plate glaaa leading into
the living room; kitchen 1 of large six
with all up-to-date convenience; pantry
and rear entry; a modern bath on first
and second floor; three large bedrooms
with closets on second floor, finished lit
oak. with mahogany and whit enamel
finish: large storeroom: full cemented
basement with heavy brick foundation.
Lot Is 44x519 ft., being larger than four
ordinary city lots.
A. R. Thatcher
6T3 Florence Blvd. Phone Webster 72.
At a bargain. 6 large rooms, strictly
modern, finished In oak, all of the latest
built-in fes turns; wall are decorated;
yard sodded, fine location, close to car
and school. Call the owner and mak
arrangement to see this fin horn. At
your own terms.
C. E. Musgrove
HOUSE AND t I-OTH ,0OX
Within 8 blocks of Miller Park, t-rocm
cottage and a fine corner lot, 100-lU.
coverM witn snaa ana rruit. just what
you have been looking for.
PAYNB INVESTMENT COMPANY,
BARGAIN BY OWNER
A beautiful 8-room, strictly modern
home, in splendid condition; good locu
tion; lgantly finished insld; as good a
new; large lot; cistern. Prlo 88,700. Call
UVJ Wirt Phone Web. 19M after a. m.
REAL ESTATE SOUTH BIDE
South Side Snap
For the man who wants a real bargain
In a house, he will get It In buying this
houso at 1321 8. Drtth St. A C-roooi modern
except heat house, In good repair, large
M-roo( lot, on paved street and near
stores, cho'il and car. The owner of
this house neads money and will sacri
fice for a quick sale. Better se it today.
Creigh, Sons & Co.
608 Be Bldg.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
Nifty Dundee Bungalow
Ea-and new, T-r. and bath, oak finish,
strictly modern and i.p-to-date in every
way; choice lot. sodded, paved atreat
Price exceptionally low; terms. Ask to
10C McCagu Bldg. Douglaa 1&A.
UNGAIW, new, modern, south front;
82.5U0; 7th and Dorcas. Patterson, D-2X.7.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
C I- NET HA WAX for trades. Tel. Flor
LIT a too kla giant.
Receipts of llv stock at U flvo prin
cipal wes'eru markets:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Sioux City t'O T.00 lno
Chicago " 23.0W Xi.oiu
Kansas City l.K 4.0U0 l.
l. Iiuls 4.IKI 7.4O0
to, tu Omaha VjO ;,4flo u.i
REAL EST AT F ACREAGE
grow all the garden stuff your!
REAL ESTATE BUT! TTRBAW
HAPPY HOLLOW was laid out by a
HAPPY HOLLOW. Is the development of
an Idea and Is com
plete. HAPPY HOLLOW represents eomething
more than stake on
HAPPY HOLLOW hss everything In
There is no watting.
HAPPY HOLLOW Is ready for tho horn
owner, with no tedi
ous delays for water,
gas, sewer, etc.
HAPPY HOLLOW la the highest class
residence section of
Omaha. The class of
homes built ther
HAPPY HOLLOW ha building restric
tion which protect
you and your neigh
bor to your mutual
HAPPY HOLLOW Is close to the busi
ness center, twenty
minute from Six
teenth and Harney
HAPPY HOLLOW I north of Dodge
Ht, west of B2d and
In the natural direc
tion of Omaha's
HAPPY HOLLOW lots, with very im
provement mad, are
not a high-priced a
many of the lota of
fered In undeveloped
sections, where every
thing must be done
and the lot owner
foots the bill. Buy In
today and you may
begin building tomor
row. HAPPY HOLLOW, because complete, ha
oause beautiful, be
cause eonvenlent, will
appeal to you If you
go and a. That is
what w want you to
do, and do It soon.
Th term of sal and
payment are easy .
A an investment or
for a home ther Is
nothing In Omaha
better than HAPPY
George & Company
0t City National Bank Bldg.
Phone Doug. 7M.
CHICAGO LIVID STOCK MARKET
Cattle (Heady Hog Weak fthecp
l.OuO head: market steady; native beef
sixers. fiU&aefiO; western steers, 17. 104 v.'!;
ws and heifers, t8.2&.M; calves, 87.00x9
HOGS Receipts, 23,000 head; market
weak at 10c advance; bulk, 87.6t4l7.t)6;
llfcht, 87.60tf7.6: mixed, 87.464.U; heavy,
tf.r.kO; rough, 87.207.86; pigs, 8.tC)
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 10.000
head; market firm; sheep, tf.7Cf(8.sO;
lambs. 7.0mU.H; springs, 87.2&10.60
NEW YORK, July 26. -July notice
estimated at about 76,000 bag were re
ported to be out In the coffee market
hr today, and early fluctuation w ere
Irregular After opening unchanged to
2 point higher In sympathy with steady
Braslllar. cables, prices eased off t A net
los oC l't. point under watering liqui
dation. Most of tljs wss In the way of
switching from July to later deliveries and
after it appeared lliut lhi notice had
been taken care nf the market firmed tp,
with the close lfrlo points net higher.
Sale, Including rwltche. 87,000 bags.
June. 6. Hue- July, (.97c; August, 413c; Sep-
l...nl.p . 7 A.- n.i,n,uv ASIA. K' . ... V. .. -
" . , w,..., ... . "V . , ' 1 . , IIVTCIIIUVI,
9.81c; Decembr. H.Wc; January, g.Mc; FVb-
riiai y, -i.bic; .nan- ii, o.l''; April, sshc;
May, l.Kc. Spot, quiet, Rio No. 7, 7Hc;
Santo No. 4. 9Hc. Coat and freight
offers were reports untiianged. Mllreis
pilots were unchanged while th rat of
Rio exchange on London was fed
Oasaka Hay Market.
ntfiUl .liln. K PRimiV 11 A V
Choice upland aon here), U 00qyi8 60:
no. i tnone nerei, iiiokmi; no. x, 88. flu
10.00; No. t. 80000. Choio midland
(none here), tlloOVli 00; No. 1 (none here),
rSOntfU M: No. I. t 00410 00; No 8, 88 00
i non lowiana inon nere), new
le w; imo. l. w.WNiyiom; No. 2, 7.00n..x)i
n 1 K (Mrfl OA
STRAW Chnirm wheal 1m niif.ul.t- -
ir.vii.b-iv.M 1 i.i - -...j
- - - . r v. ut-himiu lur any
thing but No. 1 and cholo old; rhole
oia. lit w, .to. I, li.W!TIJ.W, NO. 8, 89.0r
Kvaporate4 Apvlrs Urled Fralt
NFW YORK, June 24 EVA PORATFD
liHlKI' FRUITS- Prunes, firm. Apri
cots ana peaches quiet Raisins, steady.
OMAHA UYEJTOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Lifht and Trade it
Active at Steady Pricet Sheep
Ten to Fifteen Up.
HOGS ARE riVE CENTS HIGHER
SOUTH OMAHA, June 2t. ml.
Receipts a ere :
Official Tuesday. ...
Kstlninte r'rida) ...
Cattle. Hogs Sheep.
4.01& .713 .7W
Five riajs Ibis cvk..lx.4r7
nme dm a Isst aeek. .17.7M
Runic dn s 2 weeks sko 17 1
Ha me days 3 weeks are
Same dnys 4 weeks sko 2".11
Same days lnt vear. .Il.tt
The following table shows
or tattle, hogs and sheep a
Jmaha live stock i3irkut for
date, as compared Vvlth last
Cattle 4K.7M 394.243
Hogs l.Jwo.14 1.:t21',t;i
Sheep t. 012.712 l.lKi.41
The following table slums
price fo- boas st the South
stock nikiket for the last fe
r days, with
ate. IHlf.. .1914. 'lulu 1912 IK'll . 11910 -llSw?
8 00) 8 Ml
8 Olj 8 00
t lb 8 40
CATTLI4 Itecelpts were small as usual
on a Friday, but th total for the wek
la the largest since four weeks ego and
larger tnsn a year ago ny over i.iw
head. The demand was better than usual
a Friday, and everything In sight
changed hands In a ver short time.
Prices paid were fully steady with yes-
terdsv. Th beet beeve her were good
enoUk.ii to bring ts.10. Cow and heifer
commanded good steady prices, and the
same wss true of feeder stock.
Uuotatlon on cattle: Oood to rholoe
yenrllngs. 8S.7."ti9 ; good to choice corn-
fed beeves. a9.Mi4).i6; fair to good rovn-
fed tieeves. tx.Jii) l: common to flr
cornfed beovi-e, t7.Xfw.30; gon.1 to choice
neirers, 87.60ys.oo; good to choice cows,
M ,W7.t0; fair to good rows. 86 7fi.76:
common to fair cows, 84.flnfr.l7!i' gmid to
choice stnckrrs and feeder. 7.aW8iO;
fair to good stock ers and feeders, 87.004?
7.60; common to fair Blockers and feed
ers, K.ahnn.OO: stork heifer. t&.7Wr7.;
stock cows. t&SftU.30. stork calves, t.0
1.00; veal ealtes, IsOOfflOOn; fat bull,
tags, etc.. tb.2Mif7.26.
HOiJS Receipts were only fair, eom
110 cars, or 7.4U0 head showing up. Ths
total for the week to date I &X.279 head,
being lt.orio lamer tan last week, t.60u
heavier thsn two weeks a,?o, and a gain
of nearly 7,000 ns compared vlth Ut
seme week last year
Advices from other markets war of an
encouraging nature and shipiiers bought
freely, taking nearly a third of the re
ceipts at pr.ces that were strong, to In
a good ninny esse to higher. Hulk of
their purchases was mad at t7.4O417.t0,
quite a showing landing at th latter
figure, Willi h was the day's top.
First p.tcl-.-r sales were about tc higher,
and they bought the big end of their
drove at figures that were no more
than a good nickel higher. Toward the
close, however, hard competition boosted
values tu a fully f,rrIOc higher basis, and
some of th very last sale looked nesrly
a dime up. Trade was very active after
It was one started, and practically
everything had been sold before 10 o'clock.
Tint genertl market wa a big nickel
higher. Bulk of all the sales wsa made
at I7.8f47.4F., with tops at 87.EO, th name
as yesterday's best price. Quits a
sprinkling nf heavy hogs sold below the
bulk, as ha been the caae every day for
nearly a month. Values have now re
covered all th decline of th earlier part
of the week and are fully steady. If not
a little stronger that at last week'a close.
BHKEP Receipt were, comparatively
speaking, very liberal for a Friday, some
thing like thirty-one cars, or 9.400 head,
being reported In. Th flv da ye' total
of W.200 head I a gain of mora than
Jfi.COO over last week, nearly seven time
laigrr than two week ago and almost
to.ouo heavier than laat year. Thl week's
liberal supply has rut down the year'
decrease over a third, and th receipt
for th year to date ar now only 42,t7
head short of 1914.
In spit of th fact that lamb supplies
continue to be very generous a compared
with th recent run value ar slowly
regaining last week'a drop and today
wont up another 10jri6c, bulk of the of
fering again selling at on price, f9.M.
Thla I th highest price reached lnce
Tveaday of last week, when the bulk
moved at tlO, and is 4c above th top
laat Friday. In view of th fact that
the lamb received during the last coupl
of days ar considered by most traders
to be of better quality than last week's
offerings, price are not quoted as any
more than 80f40o higher for the week,
nd soma sheepmen do not vsn concede
that much advance. Culls and thrown
outs, which are scarce ss sorts are light,
are selling largely at 87.00ji7.J5, regard
less of whether they go to a packer or
There was a fair prlkllng of aged
beep In today's supply and they sold at
generally firm prices. Sheep have shown
no tendency to follow th advance ot
lambs, and while they are going at grind
firm price current value ar very liltla
stronger than th figure paid at last
weak close. Two lead of ewes sold
today at tft.K. a high a ha been paid
thla week, and yearlings moved at 17.60,
which also equals the week's top. Weth
ers moved st 86. which has been th
wtek outside price for anything except
a few head.
Quotation on Sheep and Lambs
I-ambs. good to choice r.76iJj.W): lambs,
fair to good, t7.0uw7.7i; lambs, soring!
tii.0009.90; yearlings, fair to choice. 80.60
ti7.60; wether fair to choice, ari.OQgfk 26-
wee. good to choice, 84.764183.86; ewes
fair to good, 84.0f-a-4.7ii.
Kaasa City Llv Itsek Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. June 25.-CATTLI0
Receipts. 1,000 hesd: market steady:
prim fed steers. SO KXtftttu; dressed beef
leers, 87.9'if9.00; western steers, flJuti
; southern steers, 87.0OQfl.7n; cowb, 84 60
j7.70; heifers. t7.0OS9.26; stockers and
feeders. 30.26b4.2o; bulls, t-0otC7.&0; calves
Id Mil 10. W.
HOUft- Receipts. 4.000 head, market
trong; bulk, t7.6.Vfr7.tj,; heavy, t7.6f4i?.6M;
prckera and butchers, 17.6017.86; light
t7.MxUT.iTf4; pigs, t7.0urS7.60.
SHEKP AND IAMBS-Receipts, I.OuO
head; market steady; lambs, tT.MKHU ;
yearlings, 3.MVliti,J0; wethers, f.0rj.ou:
Ml. I.oals I. It Btork Market.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., June 25.-CATTLE-Recelpts,
600 head; market steady; native
beef steers. 87.60li4).4o; yearlings, steers
and heifers. 88.ou4r9.40; cow, in.ooyi.bo;
stackers and feeder. 3.00Mi.2f: southern
steers. g ll &: roi and heifers, M.OUjji
8.60: native calves, HOUvi 10.00.
IIOOS- Receipts. 4.100 head: market
higher; pigs and lights, t8.6onr7.97H; mixed
and butchers, !7.76r7.97H; good heavy.
SHEKP AND LAMBS Receipt. 1,4)
head; market steady to 2So higher; clipped
nstive muttons, 3&.00&6.26; rlipped lamb
87.60ft8.60; spring lambs, t7.60ul0.2S.
Us Cltr Llv Stark Market.
frTIOUX CITY. Ia., Jun 36. CJA TT I.R-.
Receipt. 6u0 head; market steady; natlv
teers. t8.0ij.26; butcher, t5.7TnfjS.OU
bulls, stags, ate, 6.o0tjj7.oo.
HoOS-Receipts 7,ou) head; market 60
higher: heavy. 87 36-87.66; mixed. t7
7.36; Ught. rw.; bulk of sales, tl.f
SHEEP AND LAMRS TW.Ir.1. un
t. Jok Llv Stock Market.
BT. JOSEPH, Jun . CATTLE H.
eelpis, tu9 head; market strong; steers.
t8 0uU16; cows and heifers, RMjll.li;
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.040
head; market stronger; lamb. 8t.v1kM.lia,
NEW YORK, Jun t6. METAIJ&-Iad.
offered at 8f.0. Copper, dull; eluctrolytlc,
IX&U'jOJo. Iron tady and unuhanged.
Tin. firm but quiet; spot. 841 60 bid. At
Ixuidon: Spot copper, 81 as; futures,
i.Ki los: electrolytic. 94 10a. Spot tin,
1171: futures. 1W. Antimony, li127.
Lead. i,it 7s td. r-pelWr, 91.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Trade in All Qraint is Exceptionally
Light on the Omaha
NO FOREIGN DEMAND NOW
OMAHA. June 2... 1913.
Trade in all grains was exceptionally
!lht today and the receipts were very
liiclit. es(.rclHllv .f whest and oats There
as no wheat sold on the floor today and
t lie u.arket ana uuoleii nominally ll-'
Corn to quoted V4jr lower. The de
mand whs faltlv good for tlie commer
lsl Kiailcs. hut there were not many
The s's of o.tls were unimportant and
there - not mui h demand for that
eiea! on H.e decline. Oals were quoted
Imporlrr sre out of the market of the
United btates. This Is s condition that
Is llkelv to cnuse sleepless nights for
those it ho hat e rontem,Maled good
li'iMn.ns on firiin account at higher
price' Th" his cash handhe'S of ahest
itre nii niRMnn snv i-oinnilt ments for new
crop wheat for future delivery, as they
figure that with onlv one buyer abroad to
d'-pend tn the seller will have little to
ssy as t-i tie price.
Clesrsnces were: Wheal and flour,
euunl to 61K,ti bu.; corn. !"".i.0tv) bn. ; oats,
Liverpool close: Wheal, unchanged to
2S higher; corn, unchanged to 1c lower.
Primary a heal receipts were ."IMl.noO bu.
and shipments st,noo bu., against receipts
ol SW.nw bu. and shipments of 1.106.0UO bu.
Is si year.
Primary coin receipts were 79.0il bu.
snd shipments 8R3.000 ini.. sgslnst re efpts
of i'fi.vna bu. snd shipments of M.1.0- bu.
Primary oats receipts were 4Ht5,Ono hu.
nd shipments 84,nnQ hu.. sgalnsl receipts
ol 818.000 bu. and shipments of 7.0a bu.
Wheat. Com. Oals
Mli.m aolls ....
Ktnsas City ....
16 lit 96
.... 8 i.1 8
.... 34 It 1
.... 82 ol 12
These sales were reported today: Corn
No. 2 white: 1 rar. T2c. No. 1 yellow;
I car, 71Vc. .No. 2 yellow: 4 cars. 7i'c;
1 car. 71c. No. t yellow: 8 csrs. 71c. No.
1 mixed: t car. 70c. No. 3 mixed: I cars.
No. mixed: 2 cars. c: 1 car.
c; 1 car. iWWc. Snmule: 1 car. 87c.
Onts-No. 8 white: 1 car. 44li No. 4
white: 1 csr. 43ttc. Sample: 3 cars. 43c.
Omaha Csh Prices Wheat : No. 2
turkey, tl.jnfil.tl; No. I turkey, tl 19'di 30;
No. 1 hard, tl 18411.19: No. 1 hard. 1.17?
1 18; No. 4 hard. tl.lW1.18: No. t spring.
tl.0743a.1T: No. 2 dunltn. Il.lltil.lt: No. i
durum, tl .KMglt.ll. Corn: No. t white.
TlVtrTtr: No. t white. nV1r71c; No. 4
white, 7107Hc; No. 5 white, 70)71Vc:
No. whit. 70vfr71c; No. 2 yellow, 71 1
71o: No. 8 yellow. TOXtrric; No. 4 yellow.
70ntlTOV, No. 6 yellow, 7U70V: No.
yellow. 894JT0Uc; No. t mixed, 970c;
No t mixed. MHV4jc; No. 4 mixed.
t9ftMtr; No. t mixed. 8Vfittc; No.
mixed. CftVtitpMc. Oats: No. J white, 4Ti
i46c; standard. 444rr46n: No. t white.
44i,rf44Hc; No. 4 white. 434ti'43'4ji Barley:
Malting. fe.'Ti64c; No. I feed. 14t2o. Rye:
No. t, i.ottl or: No. 3. ti.ttwri.t.
CHICAUO OH4IM A!tD rBOVISIONS
Feat area of the Tradlagf aad Claalac
Price oi Baaird of Trad.
CHICAGO, June 26. Liberal export
ale of flour today helped to put back
bone In the price of wheat. Quotations
olosed strong at c to lfec advance.
Com Wound up with a gain of Vo to
TrT and cats, unchanged to HTJNc
higher. In provision th outcome varied
from 7tc decline to a rise of 2V&Cc.
Unexpected strength In the Liverpool
market hnd given a moderate degree of
confidence to the wheat bulls, and value
had resKnded with an upward swing at
the outset. On the upturn, better condi
tions for the iliiinestic harvest south
west led to rather free selling and to a
consequent setback. This weakness was
soon offset, though. ty advices to a
milling authority thst regardless of giod
weather now the crop movement from
the winter belt could not be otherwise
thsn late, the shinning hsvlna been much
delayed In a big stretch from Oklahoma
to southern Indiana. It was when the
effect of this news was beginning to
wear off that the market wa stimulated
by the announcement of foreign govern
ment purchasing of flour.
Estimates that world shipments of
wheat were 2,04,000 bushels under the
wttekly requirements of Importing coun
tries attracted notice. The total for th
present week was figured as being
roundly. 6.000,000 huhela less than for
the corresponding time a year ago. In
terest wss also taken In th Kansas
stat crop report. Indicating a yield ma
terially under last year's.
In corn, the Kansas stat report, making
the crop condition onlv 6 per cent of
normal, had a bullish Influence. At first,
however, favorable weather tended for
a wlill to Indue a lower range.
0t trailed corn. Saboard Inquiry
appeared to have little more life.
Provisions held within a narrow range.
Th main feature was free oovering by
trsders who had been short of pork.
Closing prices on option:
Artlo.iel Open. I lllgh. Low. CToe. Yes'y
1 03i 1 mJ 1 ffflV. I 04 J I 03'
1 OlVil 1 02 1 00V, 1 02V 1 01
TtTsI 72S 7S 7TA4
! 73 I 71H 73 72H
44W 43S 44 44
rv w-h r, u st
1 70 141 80 I M 70 1 76 18 76
17 It 17 2Hl 17 124 17 17V 17 16
K ,7vJ 30 9 80 374
8 6 J 9 671 S7Vj Itb
10 10 36 10 80 I 10 86 10 KH
10 00 10 IB I 10 67Vil 10 t 10 624
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 1 rd,
f1 '' ?'JLhard ,l i!0' t;orn: No- 1 yi
low, 74'4)'rr7R,c: others nominal. Oats:
No. I white, 47'tt'4,c; sUmiard, i84Vic
Rye: Nominal. Barley: f.tp71e. Reeda:
Timothy, 16 0(fl7.0(; clover, t8.0l3.26.
IjZ'ltl"? J,,r" ,,6-7i lard. 9.17. ribs,
89 TMrlO 2,
BUTTER Steady ; creamery. 23fW7c.
KH1S Lower: receipts, 19,625 cases; at
mark, cases includud. lix17c; ordinary
firsts. lMJ18'4r; firsts. ItiTwtf 17c.
POTATOES Ixiwer; new, reoelpU. M
cars; Arkansas and Oklahoma Tri
umphs, sscked. sfsft-titc: Virginia Cob
tilers, tl.awtjl.90; old, receipts. 10 cars;
Michigan and Wisconsin, while Ufl2oc.
POULTRY-Allve lower; fowls, 14'14Hc;
OMAHA GBKKRAL MARKET.
BUTTER No. 1, lib cartons, tic; No.
1 ao-ib. tubs, ttc.
CHKESE-lmnorted Swiss. 82c: Amer
ican Swiss, 26c: block Swiss, 22c; twina
18Wo:rdaieie, l.Hc; triplet. 17Sc; Young
America 18c; blue label brick, lc; llm
burger, I-lb., 2nc; New York white, Uc;
Imported French Roquefort, 40c.
FISH Trout, 14c; large crapples, 14c;
halibut, 13c; chsnnel catfish. 14c: herring.
7c: codfish, 14c; mackerel, 16c; salmon. Uc.
SWF.rrr POTA TO ES K ansaa, 2 7 bbl.
Wholesale prices of beef cuts effective
April 28 ere as follows:
liBHTF CUTS-Rlbs: No. X, 18c; No. t,
18c: No. t. 1V. Ixlns: No. L Bo4i';
No. 2. tOWc; No. 3. 19c. Chucks: No. 1,
11V; No. I. HVc, No. t, 11c. Rounds:
No, 1, 16,c; No. 1, lSo; No. 8, 14e. PlaUs:
No. 1. 9,c; No. 2. '4C; No. I. 9c
POULTRY Broilers. 20o; ap .ug chick
ens, 17c; hens, 14c: rocks. 8VkC7 roostws.
8Sc; stag. aWc; ducks. 16c; gees. k-,
turkeys, I3l6c; pigeons, per dos., uOc:
Jwcka full feathered, 10c; tteev full
eathered. 8c; squaba, No. 1. tl.vO; No. t,
Fruit and vegetable price furnished by
Ollllnskl Fruit company:
FRUITS Orange: California Valen
ciaa. 100s, U: S60s, U 76 per box;
lfiOs and smallor, 84 per boa. Lemons:
Extra fancy Golden bowl. 800, friOa. tt
pee box: extra fancy Southland Beauties,
Os, . V Per box: fancy Silver Cord,
, Mo. 84t0 per bog; fancy J us trite,
,joa, 3eu, 4 60 per box. Grapefruit: Cele
brated Chase brand 46s, tits) per box;
64s, t per box. ilueappiea: Extra fancy
Cuban, 34a 80s, . V-M per box; extra
fancy Fioridaa 14. to. . tt per box.
tsFctduou fruits: Plums and apricots,
11.69 pr box; peach J a 136 per boa
Home-grown cherries; Twenty-four-auart
eases, 12 per caae. Bananas: Me
dium Ms. 83 to 1116 per bunch; Jumuw
fruit Changuli.ola and Port Limon, 4c
per )h. Cantalouiws: Pony 84-orate, 83
per crate; ponv 64 rats, tJ 60 per crate;
standard 46-'rate, t3.60 per crate. Lognn
berries: California, 82 66 per crate. Red
rsiberries: W ashlngton, 83 Per rrat.
VEtiE T A UIJC44 Southern cal bags, Jie
par lb.; hsad lettuce, tl per dos ; leaf
lttuo. f per dosen; peppers, 60c per
basket- tnnntoe- 11 15 per rrste: onions,
cvslsl wsv 'llfornl. tl.M per rrste;
Texps vellcw. 8I.2S pi r crste; rhubarb.
3i to 4i i-r lb, celery, tl. per tmt.l
wsm and si -en besns, 81 baeket; crum
bers. tl !er basket. Potatoes: . Minne
sota while. 7V- per bu. New fotatoes.
2'n per llv: 8-bair lots or more. 2c per lb
NUTS No. 1 I'.illfornla walnuts, ISc lb.;
filberts. I.ic per lb.: Braslls. 12'V per
lli ; pecan. l-',c per lb." sugnr walnut
dales, tl fa I'" box; almonds, 5e pr lb.
M1SCKLLA N KOI H- Crackei jack. tn ri
per esse: rnse, tl.it; rhecknrs, tXRO per
case. case, 11.76 rAsnuts, No. 1 raw,
per ib : roasted, s per lb. Jumbo,
roasted. 1V per h. ; raw. 8c per lb.- As
paragus: Market prbe. Honey, 84.'
Wholesale prices cf beef cuts: No. 1
r;hs, 1kc; No. i rlbi. p'e: No. t ribs,
iS'c; No. 1 loins. 20A,c; No. 2 loins, JOc;
No 8 loins, 19-V; No. 1 chucks, Uo No.
I chucks, 1lV,e; No. 1 chucks, 11c; No. I
round, IS'ac; No. t round. lfc: No. 1 round,
14,c; No. 1 plates. !,c: No. 1 plktes,
90; No. 1 pistes, V.
HRW lliRK liEKKAL MARKET
Quotations of the Iay aa Various
Com mod 1 1 1.
NEW YORK. June 2.V PfiOUR Mar
ket unsettled: winter pstenta. ti..V?ii.76.
winter strnlirMs. t-'i ii 40, ' Kansas
WHEAT Stsit market firm; No. t red.
tl 27. and No. t hard. 11.30, c. 1. f., New
Vork. export billed: No. 1 northern. lu
lulh. and No. I northern, Manitoba,
1.33it, r. I. f . Buffalo. Futures, steady,
Jul v. tl. loo.
cilRN Spot market firm; No. 1 yellow,
8fiiv. prompt ehiiimeni.
I1ATS-ipot, steady; stAPdard. 64c; No. 3
white, iViUc; fancy clipped white. S4x
HAY Firm: No. 1. 31 .SfM .VV,; No. 2,
ll.lftdl 17V.: shlplng, iVtjX1.00.
HOPS ijulet : stato enmmon to choice,
1!14, lOulTt.; Pacific toast. 1914. lOtfl';
HIDES-Firm; Bogota, tic; Central
LKATHKH Firm; hemlock firsts. Stci
PROVISioNS-iI'ork. steady: me.
tl8nutil9H0: family, t3.0fi2S 00; short
r'eara. tl9.6'ilj'.'1.6(i. lleef. steady; mess.
tiHOOy-lHW; family. t19.rXlT-'0.50. LArd,
ensy; middle west, f.. :o.ui.
TALIajw steaiiy; city, Mc; wantry.
t'afiHV: seiial. Wc.
BUTTER Lower: rex'elpta, 10.9S tmS;
creamery, extras, (!B score). 28'ac; cream
ery, higher scoring. 2.Mi29Vc; Irst. t
t)'27vc: seconds, a4irjhc.
.i)S-leailv: rei-eipts. is.om case;
freah gathered, extra. tTK!3c; xtra
firsts. 20Vtt21c; firsts. 19tf20c; sMnnd.
17H-S18Hc; nearbjr hennry, whftea, flna
to fsncy, S4dl2ic; nearby hennery, brown.
CHEE8K Firm; rei-eipia, n,oo dot:
state whole milk, freah. twin and flat,
special, 1.Vffli'..c; average fancy, l&o.
loi;LTRY Alive steady; wwtni
chickens, broilers. Io; fowls, ISo; tur-
kevs, llvV-'c Dressed, dull nd wean:
western froxen roasting chicken. tt
22c; fresh fowls. Iced. UViXtfMHo; fresh
turkeys. Icel, 17'til7o.
Mlnaeapoll Orala Market.
UINNKA1VIJH. June JR. WHBAT-
July. I1.2UV: September, II. 0314: N. X
hard. II. JW; No. 1 northern. .4T1.3stt
No. 2 northern. ll-aPHOU?-FtlUR
U nchanged ; hUmenta, MA44
RYIO-tl 11T1.12. ! '
OORN-No. t yellow. 7mJ7a, '
OAT8-N0. 9 whit. 4S4434e.
FLAX-ll 6f 'i 1 .94C.
Kaasaa City CSrala aad Prorl.taa.
KANSAS CITY. June 2S. WHBAT-t
No. 2 bard. II.KifM 2: No. t red, fJ1.II;
Jnlv. 1Sc: September. 9r,c.
CORN No. t mixed. 74c; No. 1 white.
7Mi7G: No. 3 vellow. 76Hc: No. I. 74Mf
76c: July. 71B71Uc; Bentemher, 7P4ie.
OATS No. 2 white, 7c; No. t mixed,
BITTER Creamery. r7e; flrata, Kc;
seconds. 2fe: packing stork. 19c.
EGOS Firsts. 17c; seconds, 124c.
gt. Loals Orala Market J
PT LOUIS. June JR. WHEAT -No. 2
red. new. I1.1flfM.ll: No. t hard, nominal;
July. 90c Beotember. 99c.
CORN-No. t. 74r; No. 2 whit. 7V:
Julv. 74 V: Peptember, 71871t.
OATS-Vo. 2. 48'i; No. I whtt. 48'-
MrtrsMl Grata Market.
LIVERPOOU June tB-WfTRAT-No.
1 Msnltoba. lis 4d; No. t. 11 Id; No. 3,
lis; No. t northern Duluth, 11 Id; No. 2.
hsrd winter, 11 2d.
corn Spot, American mixed, new,
t'ottaa Market. j
NEW YORK. Jun 26. CTTON Spot,
quiet; middling uplands, 9.46c. Sale, 1
Cotton future opened steady! July,
.I3c; October, t.tfo; December, t.Stc; Jan
uary, 10.01c; March. 10.2DC '
Th cotton market closed firm, last
prices being from 6 to 8 nolnt net lower.
Cotton future closed firm: Julv. .24c;
October. l.o: December, 9.81c; January,
lO.oip. March 10.26c.
LIVERIHIOL, June . COTTON-pot
easier: good middling. I.IOd: mlddlln.
6.. '0.1; low middling, 4.74d; sales, H.00O
1 . I
oil aad Real a. 1
NEW YORK, Jun M.--TTJRPS7NTIND
Market quiet, machine barrels, 43c.
ROSIN 'Market quiet.
SAVANNAH, Ol, June t5.-TC1TPEN-TINE
Market steady. &.?; sale, 14
bbls. ; receipts, 610 hla; shipment. 25a
bbls.: slock. 21.90 bbls.
ROSIN-Ftrm: sale. 1,9X1 bbls.: re
ceipts, 1.830 bbls.; shipment. S,4 bbl ;
stovk. 87,901 bbl. Quotations: A. B.
t3.0MI3.10: C, D. 13.15: E. 13.10; T. 11.40;
O. t3.4fi: II, I. 13 60; K, T90 M, 84 8fj K,
15.40; WO, td3ftl.40: WW, 8e.4aU4.7JS.
liesdss gtook Market.
IX1NDON, Jun IB. The American ec
tlon of the stock exchange ws Inactive,
with th exception of Canadian Pacifln
and United States Steel. Th closing was
SILVER Bar. 23 is-1d per anno.
HONKY 14 per cent.
DISCOUNT RATE Short bill. t per
cent; three months, 44 per ceut.
NEW YORK. June 28 8UOAR Baw,
steady; centrifugal, 4.SOf;4-H0c; mo!as.
4.0.'f(i4.Uc. Futures were moderately
activ and price were slitrhUy lowsr.
Ther tis Money
turn Millars Till tl B!f Prtiltt iij mht
Ylik lt,e U!J..i W .1 u:m
ii iu wiussi s.aj is1 aug.
Thar' money mill
lug tour la mail
Westain town and
rural conuii ..lea.
Th Burr Oak Mill
st eiava to Co., of
Burr Oak, Kansas,
ar that they
cleared twenty-8 ,e
dollar th first R
month with a 2ft
Fermi "Midget "
Marvel mill, nsda
Amrr'fia.'l MJil Company, oi Owensboro! ten
tucky. Vou See the coat of marketing th
uuur trum iu uig nun is so nign uiat iu
mail mill Is an ahsolut) necessity In alrooil
very Western Wallly. This local BMeatily,
Ooupled with tha Invention ot thla -
lt0ntetnd Rker near MM
rot within tha reach of wlde-awaka. red
luoded men of limited means tbls opportunity
Of a lUetlm togetlntoajid jnsUegutxl.sieaJj
tnoney put of tha mllllnlr bualu
Tha Midget" Msrvel solves th eommumt
tnlll problem, making a It does, according 10
alia, lav to 60 bsrrels Bueat patent flour idn
-commaudliig th local market and fx- miles
around at a good pro tit to th miller.
The most remarkable flour mill every bnllt
-a whole big roller flour mill all condensed
Into on case, previous milling experience
not nvcosktrr. A money-maker from ths
Iery start Many already la your state,
.very prugreaalv small town and conununlti
must bsv one. Th aide-awak man get 11
and make th money. Are you he? The
Em!. .""l Story .of a Wouderful Floui
il.,tr,.,.H,T,,f' ejumate. aUJ. You'll wnl
.NUdgol' Marvel awl a aat It Quick. W riu
A.nato.Amrl8i Mid C.,ao. ..
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