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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1915)
HIE HF,K: OMAHA. TlllIUsDAY, KKITKMHKK V, 191 j.
llKAli I -STATE
l'(HM A RtSiCII 1,DI FOR S ALB I
A New American Country,
Only $i00 Buys Forty Acres of Rich and Fertile Land
Good Land Now $2-2, $35J, $5 Per Acre
10 to 20 per cent cash, and balance on easy monthly or annual payments
PRESIDENT WILSON SAID: ,
"Panama ! now on the main afreet. It will becom
densely populated. A thrifty and contented people will
go there and build up the country Inotcad of preying
upon It aa tha plratea of the world have done for four
. D. M. HAXLETT SAID:
The soil of the Iahtnua Is so fertile and the mnlstiiM
o b bun dan t that fruit and vegetables do not require one
tenth the cultivation there that they require here."
Hon. John Barrett said: "The climate is, contrary to the usual tradition, healthful and
There is no opportunity like Panama for a luture home or for an investment. This land
when developed will pay interest on $5,000 an acre. The UNITED STATES has spent million
to make Panama a great country, all of which heljw to make the land valuable.
The price of the land will never again be as low, or the terms as easy. We charge no in
terest on deferred payments. The tax is only two conts an acre. It is a chance- for a man of
moderate means as well as the investor. REMEMBER you get forty nereR of this lnd for the
prioe of ono acre in Nebraska, and it is as good as the best in the state.
Call or write at onco for literature free.
Homeseekers' Land Company, Sole Agents,
526 Bee Building, Omaha,
WANTED TO BUI
MV.JIIEXT prices for old clothing. D.4714.
MONKV TO LOAN
PKIVATE eetata money to loan on im
proved Omana property. Adarees K IM,
REAL ESTATES LOANS;
KAKM LOAMS, 6 PER CENT.
TOLAND & TRUMBULL. 448 Bee Bldg
'$iom TO ll.ouo made promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg.. 18th A Farnam Bta.
CITY and farm loans, 6, 6V4, per cent
J. H. Duniont Co.. 418 btate Bank.
A "For Sale" ad will turn second-hand
furniture Into cash.
WANTED-Good farm and city loana at
PliTKRa TRUST. CO.. 1622 Farnam.
CITY property. Large loana a specialty.
W. H. Thomas, 226 Slate Bank Bids.
KKAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
40 ACRES, western Nebraska; sell or
trade; naraware. tu t. xouug, rvun
REAL ESTATE LOANS
MONEY on hand Cot city and farm loan.
H. W. Binder, City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
n'KlcEB'fi REAL ESTATE CO..
1(01 Oma.ia National. Phone Douglas 2715.
SEK ua first tor farm loana in eastern
HCJ' CITY LOANS. C. O. r'arlberg. 810
u It Brsndnls Theater Bldg.
FARM A RAWCH LAfU FOB a A LB
Live Oak Colonies, none better. W. T.
Smith Co.. 18-14 City Nat. UK. D. 281.
WANT ET Good car for acres Colo
redo land, clear. Address L 131. Bee.
FACTS about our abundant harvests that
are no. destroyed by ttormj. FACTS
about the cattle business where summer
range costs less than 30 cents per bead.
FAvTa about Idaho climate, Idaho ad
vantage and disadvantages gladly fur
nlsi.ed by a Nebraska man with six
years of Idaho experience. Write. Visit
'lis on your way to exposition. K. X. Kite.
Hosweil, Idaho. o
Went to move to Omaha. Have nous
In East Dea Moines, new In 1900, good
barn, two good sneds, brick chicken
hotue (will leave tin chickens in It), all
three lots facing east, good location, two
bloc a irom car, not tuo cloe to town,
some improvements, will sell cheap for
cash, will mke arrangements fur pay
merits. Address U Hi. Bee.
140 ACRES, 46 miles from Minneapolis,
one mile from town; ltw acres under
cultivation; balance used for pasture;
can practically all be cultivated; heavy
soil, liooo set bulhllngn. consisting of s
roora Hi-use, laige barn, granary, corn
cribs, wliulmllla, etc.; tha land will pro
duce CO busbeia of torn per acre; tele
phone In bouaei country thlckiy settled:
complete set of machinery; Zl head of
slock, consisting of 11 cows, balanoe 1
and I year-olds; six good horses, ta hogs,
chlcten. one-t.alt of this year's crop and
everything on the farm goea at WO aa
acre, naif cash. (Schwab tiros., utta Fiy
mouth B.aa-. Minneapolis. Mum
MONTANA Irrigated lands best In tha
world (or wheal, oats, alialfa and stock;
close to town, ral.road. scliooia and
churches; $41.60 to $60 per acre on fifteen
years' lime; annual payments less than
rentals on middle west farina: write to.
day for particulars; illustrated pamphlet
and nuP free. Valier Farm bales com
pany. Boa lwl. Valior. Mont
FOR BALE 730 acres, 40 miles from 6t.
Louis on Iron Mountain raiiroad; depot;
Well fenced, $ dwellings, 1 bams, granary,
alio, engine house ana oilier outou-loings,
orchard, several never-fal.lng springs.
Make a good dairy or stock farm, h
lioifmann. Vlneland. Mo.
126 acres good fertile land in Central
Lafayette county .Missouri, i miles from
good town; 1 ro.m bilck house; a very
beau ll u countiy home; two barns; 10
acres of broken land; $1 per acre; terms
to suit purchaser; no trade: Lafayette
county Is third best county in Missouri.
J. F. Nicholson. Mayvlw, Mo.
ACRE. $4 ac,re cash, balance twenty
years. Corn, 90 bushels: wheat, 40
bushels aore. Rare opportuiay. Secure
home. Easy payments. O. Ptebbins
$36 PER acre for fine halt section stock
and grain farm; mlabt consider good
stock of hardware up to t,. Write
owner for descriptions. Route No. 4, Bux
tl. Cambridge, Neb.
Ranch For Sale
1.U0 acres In Keya Paha county. 14
miies from railroad, I miles from good
atnail town; acres under euitlat on;
fru acres la alfalla; 100 acres wore can
te seeded; all black loam with clay sub
soil, lays from level to rolling; good Im
provements; fine feed yard; well pro
lev led by natural tlmter. Plenty of good
si ring water. Price $JS per acre. A bar
gain. For particulars write.
O M ua ' '- - v-v i
"I V li MiU.U 04 kiul, ... A . m ...... ,
J miles from R. R. Price $s per acre. In
quire, sirs, u c. aiiunru, fvearuey, cb.
rOR SALE Beat large body hifh-arade
uMUum-prloed land In Nebraska; very
Ittite ij;ii required. C. bradls. VVaU
fcacA. hi so.
KK.U. KSTATK .
FARM A RXCII LDI FOR J
Hay Land Bargain
2,400 acres. Rock county, Nehraaka;
nearly all beat meadow land In state, 7
miles from town; some improvements; ar
f.Hj water; hy pays big Income; low
price, $35 an acre. The W. F. Shelton
Co., Agents fnlon Pacific Lands, Omaha
Nat l Hank Hid.. Omaha. Neb. o
00 BUSHELS WHEAT TO
Buy land In Cheyenne county, Nebraska,
where one crop pays for the land. Prlcee
: to $45 per acre. Oood terms. Write
tor actual crop statistic.
BENJLKY LAND CO.,
SIDNEY. NEB. o.
FOR SALE 240 A., 100 A. level bottom,
balance smooth, rolling and pasture
land; miles from a good railroad town.
10 rods from school; no improvement,
120 acres broke. Price 626. $1,000 down,
balance long time. & B. McKenty, Ana
ley, Neb. i o
RED LAKE county, Minn.. 130 acres level
prairie land; SO acres cultivated; bal
ance tlllabe; two miles from two cheesd
factories, well Improved district; price
for quick sale $30 per acre; lands In this
locality wonh $10 to $76 per acre, 800 acres
Sargent county. No. Dak., 250 acres cul
tivated; 00 acres tillable; balance fl.ie
pasture land, fenced; spring water; heavy
black soil: fair buildings; this la a bar
gain at $40 per acre. Reasonab.a terms;
I per cent Interest. D. J. McMahon, Com
merce Bldg.. 8L Paul. Minn.
HAVU YOU A FARM FOR 8 A LET
Write a good description of your land
and send It to the Sioux City, la.. Journal,
"Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad Me
dium.'' Twenty-five words every Friday
evening, Saturday morning and every
Saturday evening and Sunday morning
for one month, giving sixteen ads on
twelve different days tor $2; or CO words,
$4, or 76 words, $fl.
I-argont circulation of any Iowa news
pnper, 260,000 readers daily In four great
I can meet the requirements of home
seekers and Investors In small or large
tracts of lands and farms In Nebraska,
Minn., Dak., Montana. Attractive prices
and terms. City Income taken In ex
change. W, Q. Templeton. 8u3 Bee Bldg.
REAL ESTATE NORTH HIDE
BUNGALOW, 22D AND
New and modern, up-to-date in every
reepect Webster 4228 or Webster 953.
FULL TWO-STORY HOITSK
For aale by owner, Juat completed. For
more information pnona Webster r.ZiO.
A J.)andv New
All modern and
H block from car
line. In beautiful
new residence dis
$300 Cash and Balance to Suit
Telephone today, and If description
sounds good, we will send an auto
mobile to bring you to see it
Today Til II muk '
I 1 H 1 1 1 13 mniH, novo.
Phone Wal. 62 afte- : p. m
PRACTICALLY new 7-room up-to-date
house with garage. On one of the
nicest streets In Kountse Place. At a
big RHrriilce; can atiow you any time.
PAYNE INVH2JTMSNT COMPANY,
Fifth Floor Oman a Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Douglas IT 81 o
Last Lot Left
in Glendale Addition
On Florence Car Line
$1.00 Cash, $1.00 a Week
No Interest No Taxes.
Fine corner lot, one block to Paving,
cross street from new $o,000 home. Price
HASTINGS HEYPEV, 114 Harney Rt
FIELD CLUB DISTRICT.
Brand new. lust completed, large llv-
Inif room and dining room, built-in buf fet,
butler's pantry, oak finish: colonnade
opening with bookcase pedestala, fine
kitchen with maple floors. Three fine bed
rooms with dandy bath room uprtaira.
When you buy a home get one that Is
built rlrbt. These bunvalows were bu'lt
by day labor and will bear close Inspec
tion aa to kind of construction and ma
terials used. Can be bought on easy
terms if desired. Telephone office for
!."". rvt ill call for you.
SCOTT & I FILL CXftLPANY,
large living room, IS1S8. with beam
celling, fireplace, bookcases- coat closet
with mirror door off living room; dining
room luxK, beam celling and built-in cut
glass cabinet; kitchen with bullt-ln cabi
net; large butlers pantry with china
closet and closet for brooms, table
leaves, etc : large rear entry. On second
floor are I large bedrooms; bath with
til floor and latest up-to-date natures;
large attic. Full basement, with laun
dry, toilet, etc- This home Is finished
In beautiful quarter sawed white ok.
lias all necessary plugs for fans, Iron
and vacuum meaner. The lighting fu
ture are the very latest semi-indirect
design. Front and rear porches are built
of reinforced concrete. Vestibule has
tbe floor. Corner lot. Ixcated Uua Wal
nut BC Price s,U0; terms.
Norris & Norris
tut bte Bldg. i'hone Loula Ut.
R F.Ala fXTATF
FARM A HAS ("II l.AftDS FOR IUH
SIR THOMAS LIPTON RAID:
"For sure, large and permlnent return, not hint
equals a well manar.d tropical Plantation."
C. 11. KORBKS-I.IND8K riAll):
"There la nowhere In the world richer land than that
FRANK O. CARPENTER SAID:
"The Republic la hound to grow aa aon aa tta
sources and (treat opporturltls offered Investors and
colonial become generally known."
REAL ESTATE SOUTH HIDK
Get Into Your Own
Home This Fall
Here Is Your Opportunity
On tbe Easy Payment Plan.
I have a pretty 6-room, all modern
house S blocks from car tine and 2H
blocks to school, that I will sell for a
small first payment cash and the balanoe
like rent. .
This house Is finished In oak and pine,
furnace heat, full cement basement. The
lot is a large one.
Telephone about this.
Call Douglas 292t today.
Call Walnut 62 after 6:30 p. in.
Five rooms, strictly modern. oaX finish,
east front: beautiful lot 40x133; paved
street. Price, 2,IM); $4u0 cash, balanoe
HABT1N08 A HEYDEN, 1614 Harney St.
HEAL ESTATE WKHT SIDE
A Beautiful West
Side Home $5,500
Balance in Payments to Suit.
This house Is located H block from
car line in one of the most beautifully
located home building sections of lha
There are T rooms, with living room,
dining room and sun room finished in
oak, and the balance In edge sawed hard
pine. There Is a full cemented basement,
lurnaoe heat and every modern con
venience 1m installed. The living room
has a beautiful brick fireplace.
This home is only a little over a year
I will be pleased to show you through
at Doug. 2926 Today.
Call Wal. 'S2 after 6:30 p. m.
BRAND NEW HANSCOM PARK HOMK
SIX rooms and sleeping porch. Owner
wants to get a small farm to live on,
preferably In eastern or central Ne
braska. PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Fifth Floor Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
8 Rooms, Modern
One-half block to car.
A Real Home
Reception hall, living room, dining room
and kitchen on 1st floor. Oood sleeping
rooms on second floor. Full cemented cel
lar with outside stairway. Oood furnace,
gas, hot water heater. House has just
Terms $500 Down
$50 Per Month.
American Security Co
i. U)U. 17th and Kougias t-t. .
REAL ESTATF: INVESTMENTS
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
Close In Bungalow
Five-room modern bungalow, with
WltAP III ftl. f rir- llffh ..
and all conveniences, in a food nilsh-
uoinoua, iiKDar in street car ana ;Knry
service and in easy walking diatanie.
Tenant has been in the huuae two years
ana wants to stay, but possession can
I oe had if wanted.
' who needs money. Ask us for prlue, terms
i and full Information.
I J. H. Dumont & Co.
P. mo. 41-H Btate Bank Bids-, o
run BAi.i!r-A orica nouse, luu reel ion
! and lb feet wide; S lots: 3 doors from
, business corner. Center of city. Mrs. tx
luiff, Hsrtlnfton. Neb.
NEW 5R(.OM BUNGALOW.
Equity of Jl.uuu to trade for good lot or
to cash. Phone Webster ilU.
A IIHAUTIFT'L, OOUNTRT HOMK.
A Union Pacific conductor now rone
Into Omaha Instead of Council Rlufa
and wants to dispose of his new home
across uis river, lie snigni eachangs It
for a home in Omaha. His property con
sists of a new 7-room. strictly modern,
up-to-date house, with furnace heat and
an acre of grapes full bearing. Tha lo
cation Is fine and only 4 biocas from tha
PAVK INVE8TMFNT COMPANY.
, Iou. 17U. frih Floor Omaha Nat'l Bank
i Bldg o.
BEE Kethaway for that farm. rior. S&
Laaaeil Hi aria.
WANTS A HOME IS OMAHA.
Ve have a fin modern home In Council
bluffs with an aore In grapes to es
chanre for a H.W preperty In Omaha.
PA Y NK INVKoTMKNT lOMI'ANf
Fifth Floir OiMaha Nnt'l Dsnk Ullg.
KKAI. F.STATF WKHT HIDK
Part of a Great Plan
New Addition to Dundee
Ready for Home
Builders and Investors
Saturday, September 11th
Grading is Completed Sewers all Laid
Water on Every Street
Gas Mains in Place Sidewalks Down
Paving Under Way
Ornamental Boulevard Lighting System
On Street Car, Close to Business Center of Omaha
Lincoln Highway, the Nation's Thorough
fare, Runs Through This Addition .
Paved Streets into the Center of Omnha
Your Own Auto Will Carry You Down
Town in 10 to 12 Minutes
Nearness to Happy Hollow, Omaha's
Residence Section, Increases the Value
Convenient to School and
Dundee Market Place
There is Big Advantage in Buying West
ward, the Direction of Omaha's Growth
Whether for Home or Invest
ment the New Addition to
Dundee Is Most Advantageous
Prices Low-Terms Easy
Make Your Selection Early
This la a practically new bungalow
type of house in one of the best locations
in this popular suburb. Has a In rite llvln
room across the entire front of tho house,
with attractive brick fireplace, built-in
bookcases nd largo dinlnu room, with
paneled walls, and one of the most con
venient kitchens we have over sei-n.
There Is also a beautiful bedroom and a
frood sized room containing tollft and
avatory on the first floor. On the sec
ond floor there are three unusually good
fixed bedrooms and a complete bath room.
Finish of this home Is unusually wood, as
it was built by the present owners with
no Intention of ever offering; It for sale.
Full basement under entlrti house, with
floor drain. Flrst-clRsi heatlnir plant
and separata rooms for coal and vege
tables. Lot la fcOxias, snd there are fine,
birse shade trees In front of the prop
erty. You better call us today and make
an appointment to see this fine place.
It Is only one-half block from the car
line In either direction.
State Bank Bl! Tyler 1H3.
REAL. ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
Tel. Doug. 2926 To
day and We'll Send
an Auto After You
If you would ilk to own a horn In a
nice, new home-bulldlng sectiun, don't
fall to answer this ad today..
Tel. Doug. 2926 and
We'll Send an
Auto for You
After 6:30 P. M.
Call Wal. 682
And w will bring you out and show you
over our highly devuloped addition and
tell you all abuut how we furnish financial
assistance to veople whoa only way of
securing a home Is to pay as they earn.
Water, Trees, Walks,
Cement Curbs nil in an-1
Street car line right by
this tract, nnd the streets
are all houlevarded.
Don't mta this opportunity to start a
noma. Telephone now.
Nearly new 7-room home. large ra
ce pi Ion hall and open stalrwsy, living
room, dining room, den and kitchen, oti
finish; Id floor has t large bedrooms and
large sleeping porch; all modem; full ce
mented basement; east front lot t0xl24 ft.
B.-autiful location, among"! nw homes.
I'll-. H ; ii,2 cnxh, baln!ir moinhlv.
HAHTlMld k. UtVUtX. 1011 Harney, Bt.
KKAI. KRTATK WF.NT RIDK
m City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Jf you do not see anything that suits
you In tha wsy of Furnished Rooms you
can call st Iloom NH, pee Bldg., and ask
for I ho Free Furnished Room bureau
and W. Will irlarflw . tm . .
, - ..... m ' . m man
class roondng or boarding house In any
HaKr tl.a lt.i "
fai I tnv tuy.
tores and Office.
Small Jioom on tho Court
For Rent Now.
120 8q. Ft, $11.00.
Water and Electric Light, Free.
Superintendent, Room 103.
11 US IN EMS CHANCES
17th Street Exposure
9x20 ft fl8.00
Partitioned for private office and
Inquire of Superintendent,
Office for Rent
On Beautiful Court
216 8q. Ft, with water fig. 00
Auk the Superintendent,
CHICAGO LIVK STOCK MARKET
Cattle "Weak Iloaa rirsa Bkeeg.
w.'AiiC' Bftptl. -CATTIJt-Racelpt.
head; market, weak; native be
cattle, $rt.lO01O.il&; westt-rn steers, 16 7it
li"w?oa be,,e"- 300 falves.
iloJ-Rocelp, so ooo head; market
firm. unchsriKil to to hlaher; bulk of
f7-8' 'i?hl WW-: miied.
t,.JtijS.io; heavy W.GofH.00; rough. W.l
HHKF.P AND I.A M R-R.oelpt., I,0u0
head; insrket wrak; wtbers. K. 504l w
ewes, $3.&,4o.4u; lambs. KKiKJu.
kloas (tty Mr Rtoek Market.
BIOl'X CITV. la.. Hept. I.-CATTLK-Receluts.
2 4 ai hemt ' m.rli.1 4.
l'lo lower; native steers. J.7t4iS4 enws
aid heifers, $i.0ia.7B; csmiers, 9a.6o4j-i ?b
tockers and feeders, KWirito: calves
11. I 1J ltAiolr.1. A'ttfA I. I.
Kt'Oe lower; heavy, H.7.Vr7.60: mixed. MM
wt.iu; ngni, .J-U9w; ouia or sales. Ia40
HIKKP AND LAMHS-Rscelnts, 100
head; market steady; iambs, 7.6WlXk
t. Joaepa Live gloek Market.
8T. JOSKPH. Bept. CATTLB Re
ceipts. !,;uu hesd: market steady to loo
lower; steers. $7.u.f; cow and heifers
H 'i"i W; calves. lo.U'tf 10.00.
H(M-Relpls. hesd; msritet
nn light stesdy to So lower; others pittite
lo.r; top, f.7&; bulk of sales. .7iwr7s
HIIEHl- A.VD UAMbg-Rcelpts, tiuj
head; market dull; lamb. .uo&a.aO.
' llv etoek ta Slakl. v
Reoalpta of llv stock at the flva prln
clpal western markets:
tattle. Hoes 8he"
Htoiix City J. 4 ooo o
t'luVago ....n.'io jn.oo l0ia
Bt. Ijoula , ,jta) i.loo
kansaa City T 4.i 14 01
Houili Omaha 1,7W 7.6.0 U.WU
n0 4i,nu 83.400
RKAI, KHTATR ACKKACiK
Is the Best Time
To Buy Acres
Aorvs near Omnhn hnvo alwnyp. proven to ho the beat kinl
rf investnient in the pnst anil will continue to he the best in
vestment in t;lu future. To satisfy yourself, ak anyone vrho
1 now- antl their advice will be TO HUV Af'HKS.
Acres near Omaha never will be cheaper and us sure as
Omaha continues to grow. Acreage will increase in vain".
Acres Out Benson Way
Are the most desirjhie acres offered for sale close to Omaha,
that are cloe to paved road, schools and car line.
Repaying Military Avenue
Will make a good paved road nil the way to Benson (lurdens
Acres, located on West Main Street, Benson, only a short dis
tance from the ond of car lino.
KKMKMHKli, YOU CAN BUY AN ACKM in this beauti
ful Addition in terms of
$10 Down, Then $10 a Month
Half Acres $10 Cash, $7.50 a Month
Our eaUmon with automobiloH are ready to take you out.
Miy time you call at our office, or phone Uouglas IGOCj and
l-iako an appointment.
Hastings & Heyden
1614 HARNEY STREET.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Good Cattlo Command About Steady
Price Limbi Ten to Fifteen
HOGS STEADY TO TEN LOWER
Qmtha, Hptmhr ft. UH&.
1AO!nl m eaimsaA . r1 1l...a Bksa.
....m rwr-twi. v I'll IV. I 'li'T ' i
Official MonOsr K.M ti.T M.W
Ofil(al 1'uwsuay 7, US t.ft SM.ms
Kstlmate Wednesday.. I.TM0 Jl.tHW
Three days this week tt.m 1.W7 m7,l?H
Ham ilaya Inst wwk..i!.lM 1107 VXi.V
Hame days I aenks sso 1MT ll.lTffc 74.4
Same days 1 weeks so 17 177 l.7 .)
Kame days i weeks Mr.) 14, 1.1 4.1!
Same days last yrar..U,Kl MUX
The followlns- table shows tha receipts
nf ..a.. , i . l.
X" ivV- ami anm-i i
Oman ltw . l.
. . v pun i. nar h.i tor vn rw
to date aa compared with last year;
. . JFIO. IIIV,
Cattle Si8.4i9 IMo.W 140.W
os 1KM15 .72K.2.W
I,t4u,6l 1.76H.7W 71.W0
The followtntr table shows tits averace
prices for hots at the Omaha live stock
market for the last few day a with corn
Date, j 1P1S. ll4,Hill.HH.tln,!l10. ISO.
A Us. 21
a uu. au
( i i
I Ml 7 M
Itaoelnta and disposition of live stock at
the t'nlon stork yards, Omaha, for twenty-four
hours ending at 1 p. m. yostor-
Cattle. I logs. Hhoep.I I's" s.
C. M. A St. P 7 1
Missouri Psrlflc... 1
I'nlon I-ar4t'lu 7 34
C. A N. W., eah.. 11 7 1 1
C. A N. W., west.. (H M I .,
C, Ht. P., M. A U... 2 16
('., H. A ti., east I
.'., H. A Q., west....lM U 14 11
C. It, 1. A P., east. H
IlllnoU Central 8 4 1
Chicago O. W ! .. 1
Total receipts ...193 li lift II
Cattle, lloga. 8baep.
Morris A Co 17 l,&-f 1,471
fwlft A Co 1.41 l.faX B.84S
Cudahy Packing Co LIU 1.M4 H.M8
Armour A Co 77 1 4,217
8ch warts A Co if
J. W. Murphy l.wei
Lincoln Packing Co I 74
Ho. Omaha Packing Co. 11
K. Packing Co 110
W. H. Vansant Co &
lienton, Vansant A L.. 4
litil A Hon tt
V. B. Lsiwis 1W
Huston A Co 161 .....
J. H. Itoot A Co 107
J. If. Bulla It
U V. Muss 2
Ilosenstock Bros 6
H. ti. Kellogg 123
Werthelmnr A legen... 1
H. V. Hamilton 144
Hulllvan Bros 2 ,
rtothschild A Krebs.... It '
Mo. u Kan. Calf Co.... M
Baker, Jones A Hmlth.. 143
Tanner Bros M
John Harvey ti
1 ennls A Francis 71
tithcr buyers 1.060 1,7
Totals 7,045 g.706 S.K
CA'11 UJThe run today wu only
moderate, M cars being reported Hi.
1 his, howsver, makes the total for the
three dsys this week i.71 head, which
la slightly larger than Isst week and
larger than any similar period silica the
beginning of the range season. As coin
pared with a year ao there la a gain
of about 4, OUJ head.
The market on tha best beef cattle
ope nod up shout steady with yesterday.
Uuod rornfed yearling sold up to f.76,
with the best range besvss as high as
$.tU. Ijpss desirable kinds of oattle were
slow snd week, but that has been the
condition racttcally every dsy for some
time back and still the market as a
whole is not very much different from
what it was a week ago.
ows and heifers were slow and dull,
with prices auy where from steady to
quite a little lower on some of tha
medium to pretty decent kinds of klliera
The best feeder cattle were In good
demand at stesdy prices, but common
and inferior kinds were slow and weak
to possibly a little lowsr.
Quotations on cattle: Oood to 'choice
fed yeari.ngs, t.oue.7S; fair to good
yearlings, l.iAw, ui.nion to fair led
yearlings. 7Ji7.7; good to choice heavy
beeves, fs uuuv.M; fair to good cornfed
beeves. $s.Jwi M); common to fair corn
fed beevea, .7u(.X; prims grass beeves,
U I0q o; good to cholt-e grass beeves,
7,. Ou; fair to good grass beeves,
7 '7 a); common to fair graas bsvea
Huo(j7Jb, good to choice graas heifers,
in wjiW.uO; good to clioice grass cows,
(i U; fair to good cows, 6 JfcJiaW;
isommon to fair oows, M.Wa.; good
to chulos feeders, fi-twii , fair to good
feeders. M.7a7 . good to choice Blockers,
rnttj-tift; fair to good Blockers, taTutf
sa; eommoa to fair siock era, t6.60iua.6u,
stock heifers. 6.74.76; stork oows,
o binaW, etock calves. Rain ; veal
ralvea fl. !&); bulla, stag, etc.,
BTEBBS AND IfEirERA.
Ne. Fr. Me. Aa .
l . nn
UF.AI, KSTATF ACHE AGE
Close to Pavement
$10 Cash, $7.50 a Month.
At Uenfton, ( blocks to ear line, lust eft
nf Jitney line, close to school and stores:
high and sightly; equal to three lot.
HA8T1NU8 A 1IEVDEN. 114 Harney .
14 1114 t o
i steeis....ll0 IK. R atsera,...14M Ton
i steer.... 11 4S 7 3f. 3i stoers. ...L0 U
b steers.... Ma Ui 10 steers. ...k.W .V.
13 st ears. . Xu S 66
steers .....UI70 7
HOL'Tll LA KOTA
40 rows fcitt 6 U)
il KJS Supplies were not m large as
on Tuvalay, but were heaveter than for
any day last wmk, some 14 cars, or
7,U0 heail making up the day's arrivals.
For the first three days of the week re
ceipts amounted to 18.727 head, being
4,7110 larger than a week agot end twlt-w
as large as for the same period last
year, but ovtr 3,600 smaller than two
In a great many repecU today's
market aa Just a repetition of Tues
day's. Shippers paid good study prices
for desirable lights and In some cases
quoted values a little stronger on thenc
kinds. They filled out their droves wllii
mixed hogs at prices thst were uneven
and generally a little lower. Best lights
sold as high as 17.66, which has been the
top all week, and la only a nickel under
the best price that baa beat paid this
The trade In heary hogs closed a fist
dime lower, and at noon a few loads
which were still unsold were going beg
ging even on this basla There was a
sprinkling of sales as low aa &.36. with
lha bulk of the packer purchases landing
around ia.WiH.H0. and a scattering of sales
on up to 17.66, the top,
SHEEP Today's run. while not so
large as earlier In tha week, turned out
to be another liberal one, 116 cars, or
about Il.Ou) head, showing up. Total for
the three days la the largest for the first
half of any wsrk slnco Isst October. Ho
far this week 107,176 head have been re
ceived, aa against lOu.anii last week, 74.144
two weeks ago and (tt,627 a year ago. It
is hardly necessary to mention that the
run here today was larger than at any
other point and that the week's total la
heavier than at any other market In the
Prnspocts werd very good for another
break In fat lambs this morning and
feeder buyers insisted on lower prices
again today. The result was that trade
was very slow In getting started, and up
to a late hour In the forenoon only a few
lambs had been oaahed. These sales In
cluded good feeders at W.2.36 and
few fat lambs at Is. 16.
The market dragged along throusTh the
tMtst part of the forenoon before enough
lambs were sold to make a market. In
the end sellers were forced to concede
16o decline on tha bulk of tha fat lambs,
most of the good ones selling around 68.16.
lesirabla feeders were unable to beat
tills figure and showed Just about as
much decline aa the fat stuff. A string
of breeding ewes al t&sn looked steady.
It was nearly a steady deal In. aged
sheep. Best ewea here, which war on
the weighty order, brought 6.S.
Kaaaaa City Mr Itacls Marks.
KANSAS CITT. Bept. S. CATTLE-Ba-ctlpts,
7.600 head: market steady: prima
fed steera, t.6ut;'10.1O; dressed beef steers.
t7.voi.40; western steers, 6e.6OQf.0O;
ktorkers and feeders, 16 WX&4.60S bul.s, 6a. 1G
(ri.K; naives, WbOfclO.W.
HOflH Receipts, 4,800 heda- market
lower: bulk of sales, 7. 0fxrr7.it: heavy.
rO.4j7.40; packers and butohera, 17.
86; IlKht, t7.Ux-aT.8C: I'lm, trt.7tVa7.G0.
HMEcJI' AND LJtMBB-Receins. 14.000
head; market lower; lambs. $s.0OftaM:
yearlings, t 40ty6.76; wethers, ft.6utii.
t. Loals Llv I tor It Msrkei
BT. IXWI, Hept. . CATTLE Re
ceipts, n.fcio; market lower; native beef
teers, t7.6CirlO.25; yearling steers and
hellers, 68.MViiin.OD: Cows, 6.0O8.OO; stack
ers and feeders, 6t.(iiti.X; southern
steers. lo.lTxflS.x.'.; cows and heifers, 64.00
(jit M: native calves, 6i.UtKUll.U.
IIOOB-Kneel pta 8.500 head; market,
lower; llgf and llkhts, 6i.7itl.lS; rolled
and butchers, I7.tayg8.16; good heavy, 67. lo
8HKEP AND LAMBS Receipts, lino
head; market ateady: lambs, t7.60frt.6O;
sheep and ewes. t0.6t?7.i0.
Elgan Lad Pleads
Guilty, Paroled and
is Sent Away
Adolph Elgan, 11-year-old son of Police
Commissioner Krank Elgan. pleaded
guilty yesterday morning to setting sev
eral fires to the buildings of the Iowa
Telephone company at Councl! Bluffs and
was sentenced to the Eldora reform
school until ha attains the age of tl
years. The lad was then paroled to his
Mr. Elgan this afternoon took his
son to Bt. Louis, where he will live with
his aunt a sister of Mrs. Elgan. II will
be permitted to remain In St. Louis as
long aa his behavior is (ood. In case It
is not tha state fir marshal will demand
his return and that ha serve out his sen
tence at Eldora,
For a week young Elgan created a
furore In Council Bluffs by firing the
telephone buildings. Several thousand dol
lars In property was damaged and so
frequent were the fires that mothers re
fused to allow their daughter to remain
at their work. Young Elgan alao made
an effort to burn tha home of btg father.
Apartments, flats. Houses and cottages
an be ranted quickly and cheaply Vy a
Bee 'Tor Bent."
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