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REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
Buy An Acre
In Benson Gardens?
Equal to six or eis;ht city lots.
The nd vantages are many.
You will have pleuty of room for c gnnlon.
, You can grew all the vegetables you need.
You can have from 500 to 1,000 chickens,
i Your car fare is the same (5 cents).
You can have a cow and have fresh milk.
' You will have a better place for your children.
You can grow all the fruit you need.
You can reduce the high cost of living.
, You will har e better health.
You will have no city taxes to pay.
There are many other good rensons why you should buy
an aero in this beautiful Acreage Tract. Only $10.00 down,
$10.00 a month payments. The best savin ars account you can
have. Call and jret prices and literature telling more about it.
Hastings & Heyden
lbl4 HARNEY STREET .
On Paved Road
If you want one of the best located farms close to Omaha,
on a paved road, you bhould look over this farm, which we are
offering for Bale this week. The improvements consist of a
good 7-room house, a good barn room for 12 head of horses
and 12 head of cattle, besides a great deal of storage for hay;
a double corn crib; granary; hog and chicken houses; reservoir
for water, which is piped to the house und barn; about one-acre
in orchard. The buildings are located at a high point so you
can see into Omaha, South Omaha aud Benson.
This is one of the best laying farms in Douglas County,
just enough rolling for good drainage.
It is located on the "West Center road to Millard, on the
Cross road from Dodge to the Millard road; 11 miles from the
business district of Omaha, 6 miles from the City limits, only
1 mile from Milbrd. 30 minutes' auto ride from 16th and Far
liam Sts. A few thousand dollars payment will buy it this week;
the balance 4 to 9 years with 5 interest. The price will bo
made right. See us QUICK about it. Farms on West Dodge
the same distance iut are selling over $100 an acre higher thajn
the price asked for this one.
Hastings & Heyden
3(5U HARNEY STREET.
water free; close In,
team heated ; hot
, G. P. Stebblns.
MODERN 6 and S-room apartments; hot
water; Bleeping porches; $26 and $15. 1613
Farntabc ' n-rtaarata.
S8th and Dewey, new, nicely furnished,
has built-in bed; close In; $23 summer,
&8 8 r?th, nUely .irntshed. walking
dint.; first floor; summer 124, winter
HASTINGS A HEYDEN, 1014 Harney 8t
Br and Rooms.
Furnished Rooms that offer every mod
ern .onvtnlence and romfort In private
families or boarding houses of the high
est Haas will be found in the Furntxhed
Rooms column of The Bee. Phone Tyler
FARM AM ST.. 2S"7 Exceptionally nice I
rooms, with excellent home cooking, on '
Farnam car line. :
Board and Room. 2019 Douglas et.
Neatly furnished mis, quiet home, break
faet If preferred. 8408 St. Mary's Ave.
BOARD and rooms, 16 wk. 21 Douglas.
THE Chatham note! for gentlemea.
to permanent guests. 110 H. 12th.
BOARD at ROOMS. 240 St. Mary's Ave.
Farnam St., 2107 Nicely furnished rooms.
steam heated; close In. Douglaa 1713.
1 SPECIAL LOW RATG8
TO PERMANENT GUkMTR.
HOTEL 6ANFOKD, 11th and Farnam.
HOTEL HA RLE Y. 20th and Furnam.
til 8, 29TH Modern rooms by day or
week; too and up; Just off Farnam car
Una. Rates by the week.
Kooma and excellent boa id, CIS Bo. 1 Bt.
DAVENPORT. 201S-TWO OR THREE
NICELT FURNISHED FRONT HQUPB
DOUGLAS. 23 Furnished elegantly;
modern conveniences; catering to hlgn
flaas people only; rates reasons tle.
1LAROK room; strictly mod.-321 N. 25 :h.
JfcI KT, 1776 Neat furn. close to college
anil Duainess asinoi; rates reasonaDie.
tWANTED Roommate; good room; 1 p.'
m. call Douglas w. r. fehiman,
474 Harney. o
JKICkV. large furnished room for oni or
two reere -tal le nt'ee en: --rlva e f'm-
ry; breakfaat If desired. 1308 Web. H. S43.
Elegantly furn.. quiet home. UA Howard, j
fOK bufelncas people, neatly furnished:
hot and cold water, shower baths. 103
8. tbth Ave. 1
Single or en suite, hot and cold water; j
hower baths; eie. fur. aixj B. am. Ave.
4 NEWLY fu:nlhed rooms, single or
double; modern; m biocks from
the Hl(h school; $2 and up: board If
desired. 412 N. M St. Doug. g.'X
JPAKK Ave, 15. For rent, new and neatly
fumlahtd room; private home: ck.se in.
rxnuaaairiD or unfurnished.
140 AfsD $46.
flaven rooms, all modern: piano player,
rte. Paved street; half block to car.
ong. 6013. Webster 14f.
Heasea aad Cottages.
For $25 You Get
Fix tooms and halt all modern, east
mint, one Dio- k IN. 241
N. Zf th. CaJI us.
Ulti line. See It. Wis
O'Keefe Real Estate Co.,
' Hit Omaha Nat Dour !71S.-
VM No. t2d -r. flat, ateel range, gag
w, rumen niiim, w.ter :nid: III.
RA8P BR03. Doug. lX
10.. S-r.. garage. $ 0 H tl.4 7.7 N. Ml.
6-room cottage, modern except
heat. 4Mtt No. loth St.. H6.u0. Can give
carpenter work right along and apply
on rent. Call Web Lf r "
14 CVMINa 8T -r mod. Iooa 7 w'
T-R . modern. I7 Sew trd Tl iT 4 it.
i-ROOM. modern house, new; halfTlocs
to can ta w. Phone Walnut 216K
f-ROCjM house, mod., c nnv-in. T-1. D. 4.i.
Fl'H lUiNT-A oouee. o-r. and bath;
strictly mod . near car line, 1J0 a n
;w Franklin St. Tel. Walnut W.
HEAL ESTATE ACKEAGK
Hoasrs and Cottages.
BUILT 1 year. 7-room modem house,
close to car line; lot. 64x120; nice lawn,
shade, oak finish; any offer considered.
417 N.- 2llth. Web. MIS.
I-ROO.M cottage modern except heat.
fid 6411 N. 24th St Benson 8. Key
nt 6325 Florence Hlvd.. 8 blocks east.
6-ROOM cottage. 1U 8. ISth St.. $15. Water
; : 4-R. cottages, 8. SOth; large yard, sewer,
i 'er' h. 10 '"' 11 2 Harney 4708.
' 1147 Park Ave.. 7-r., mod.. 135. H."'i"l2.
$12 3-ROOM bricks; MS range, sink,
toilet. A' snap. 1 blocks south of Vin
ton, on IKth R. 4R"2.
1734 8. 10TH 8T.
cept heat, 126.
rooms, modern ex
NEW 5-ROOM AND 8T.FTKPTNO PORCH
Walking distance, near good school, on
paved street. Hunt, $37 60.
AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANY.
17th and Douglas. Douglas Mil
3317 SEWARD ST., 1 rooms, modern, 143.
DUNDET5 All modern eight-room bouse,
near cars, water heat. Wal. X&-
TORRENT -7-room house, located at K14
Leavenworth. Rent $36. Webster 2f0.
7-K. modiTn house. Tel. Webster 26tt.
T-r. house, almost new, walking distance,
539 South 27th bt., all modern, call owner.
Thomas McCoy, Harney MA.
Van ana Storage
Ing, packing, shipping. 1711 Webster St.
MOD. house, g-r. hath. ra, electric light,
oak finish, 140. 613 N. 20th. Tel. H. ltl
8'CE the Central Furniture store a FHcs
J. C. Reed
Exp. Co., moving,
packing & storage.
12n1 Karnam. D. 14a.
FIDELITY KvTicfe FftEK
Phone Douglas 2S for complete list of
vacant houses and apartment;, also for
storage, moving, Mth and Jackson Hta
6torea, moves, packs, ships; S-horse van
and 1 men. 11.26 per hr.; storags $2 per
mo. Satisfaction guar. D. 4.J 4k Ty. tM.
HOUSCB "'fpfr'tlTot the olt
Gordon Van Co. 555
Q N. 11th Bt.
Tel V 394 or Har. IM.
GOOD auto sales reorn on Karnam St.
Very reasonable rci. lei. Doug. 40tl.
DANDY. 6-room cottage, modern, ex.
heat. 4002 N. $th St.. $16. Can alva
carpenter work right along and apply on
rem. au vveoster imi.
MOD. house, -r., bath, gae, electric light,
oak finish. 140. Vis N. 20th. Tel. H. 121.
$12 l-r-m, bricks, gaa ra-ge, sink, toilet.
A snap. Two bloaks aouth of Vinton, on
I Dth. K 4 02. Bee.
FoK RHNT or aale i-rwrn house, all
modern, beat of condition, lota of ahade,
nice yard, can be bousht on reasonable
terms or rent for 1. Inquire 6121 N, lod
8t. Phone Webater VfO.
tores and Offices.
BENSON New modern store. 11x24. beat
furnished, good location, suitable for
barber ahop, shoe store, etc., $1X60 a
month. Phone Benson 760W.
1216 MILITARY AVKNL'B
Oood store room with t-room flat above.
On Benson and Deaf Inst. lute car line,
good location for business. Low rental
to desirable tenant.
14S Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
WANTED TO DCV
OFFICK furniture bought and sold.
". I teed. 1K7 Kamani. Dour. 14.
Yale buys eterytr'ug 2nd hand. Web. tXM
H IQ11 EfT prices for "W clothing. I 14
WANTED TO RENT
TWO or three-room apartment, furnished
or unfurnished, close to Mil aad Far
nam. Addreaa ZXiA, Loe,
farm RitiH l.ns rnn kt.v.
Want to mute to Umaha. Have house
'a fcasl Das Moines, new In UMI, gMtl
barn, two good sned., br. k chWkea
bouee twill leave tue cliirkena In lit. a I
turre lota fating eat, good location, two
aiocaa Irom car, not tuo oloe to town.
Some iniprovenienis, will sell cheap lor
cah, will niae arrangiimata lor pay
euents. Address U (Ms. Ilea
WK handle everihina in Colorado reai
estate. Tell ua your wants, we w i
fill ihem. Irrigated randies a specialty.
M. J. Barton tt Co., Fowler, Colo.
WHEAT LA.ND for sale; U0 acieo, ood.
ciosn to railroad and town. Lauia V.
Buchanan, Blerl.iuj, Colo.
Call lor a ta.
Lire Oak Colonies, none better. W. T.
mitn Co., !S 14 City .Nut. Hr. l. Sift
46 miles from Minneapolis.
one mile from town; luO acres under
cultivation; balance uei for pasture;
can practically all he cultivated; heavy
soil; good set buildings, consisting of S-
rrlh wn.rt 'mil,. .1,- : ih. i.n,i u.'ii nr-
dncw W buaneis of com per acre: tele-
Phone In house; outitry thickly settled: i
complete set of machinery 27 head of.
stock consisting of U cows ba a ce 1
and 2-year-oldi , il aood norie. i hVa
JJi'it o? .hi. ".?i,.
ana everytning on tne rnrm goes at l1
Pr acre, half cash. Schwab Uroa.,
lymouth Wdg., Minneapolis. Minn. I
... . ' " . r
. . Ml.arl. 'celpta of 1.0H,(i0n hu., mud shipments of
GOOD HOMES In South MI.eourt. cheap ili,tu bu. last year.
.n ,?"i..it"";' J?.l9,-r ll" CAlt IAT RECEIPTS.
M" wa w T iinwva awu aa wbsm tivw'
1.M1ROVED aouth Missouri 40-a ere farm"
Sl,20i. Oood soil, roiids nnd schools cljae
to railroad town. Improved m acres, Sl.w).
We have aome choice unlniDroved lands
at $16 per. acre on eaay payments In tracts
of 10 acres up. People are retting rh-h ,
there. literature free. C. Merrlaiw Kills ;
It Benton. Kansas Cl'v, Kan. '
MONTANA Irrigated landa best In the
world for wheal, oats, alfalfa and stock;
elose to town, railroad, schools and
churches: 141.50 to 160 per sere on fifteen
ume; annual payments less than
rentals on middle went'f.rm.: wilie in.
day for particulars: Illustrated pamphlet
nd mtp free. Valler Farm Bales com
pany. Bog l if. Valler. Mont
OOOD CENTRAL NEBRASKA FARM.
Tor sale, or will trade for acreage or
Omaha property; 218 acres, nice level
hard land, fair Improvements, 30 acres
alfalfa. 15 feet to water. 1 milea to
county aeat town. Price, $70 per acre.
PAVNB INVESTMENT CO , i
T. 1781. jth Fl. Omaha. Nat. Bk. Bldg. o
FOR SALE Best large body high-grade
medium priced land In Nebraska; very
" money requires oraaiey, vvei
W. O. TEMPLETuN City property,
landa everywhere, farms, ranches, loans
and Inauranoe. Aak about my orchard
proi osklon. 60S Bee Bldg.
FOR SA LE OR TRADEJ SO acrea under
Ptock Yard.. Grand Island. Neb., second
largest horse .oarket In the world. Will I
consMer a trade for horses and cattle
cultivation, hair mile north of Un0n
Price SlM per acre. Write to A. Bartunek,
nwuir .- ii. 1 v i ro , leo.
UPPER WISCONSIN Beat dairy and
general crop state In the union; settler
wanted; lands for sale at low prices on
easy terms. Ask for booklet 34 on Wiscon
sin Central Land Grant. Excellent landa
for atock raising. If Interested In fruit
lands ask for booklet on apple orchards.
Address Land and Industrial Depart., Boo
Line Railway. Minneapolis Minn
FOR SALE We offer selected hardwood
ridge cut-over landa, ail aUed tracts, at
right prices and easy terms; soil clay suit
loam; excellent dairy and farming region;
land convenient to railroad In growing
settlements; good markets for all pro
ducts. Write for map and Information.
John Aipln Lumber Company, Grand
Rapids, Wis.. Sawmill Office at Atlanta,
Rush County. Wisconsin.
HAV8 YOU A FARM FOR SALEt
Write a good description of your land
ar.d 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 daya tor 2; or 0 words,
14, or 76 words, $4.
largest circulation of any Iowa news
psper, 2U1.0UO reader dally In four great
REAIi ESTATE LOANS
$1M TO ll.uuu made promptly. F. U.
W'ead. Wead Bldg.. IMh A Farnam Bts.
CITY and farm loans, 6, 6tt, 6 per oenl
j. m. uumont at Co.. 41 State bank.
A "For hale" ad will turn aecnnd-li.nil
furniture Into cash.
V ANTED Oood fann and city loans at
PETBRH TRUST CO., KM Farnam.
FARMS and cltv loans at lowest i.t.
TO LAND TRUMBULL, 44 Bee Bldg.
OMAHA homes. Kant Nebraska farms.
- ' I IT IT W L 3 IT . T A . C
1011 Omaha Natlo-ial. Phone Douglas 271$,
ijin a i on nana or city and farm loans.
n. Dinger, iiy national Mank Blag.
CITY pMperty. Large loans a specialty.
w. ii. i nomas -am wta'e uanK Hldg.
SEE us first tor farm loans in eastern
Neb. Unit yd Htates Trust Co.. Omaha.
KC CITT LOANS C. O. Carlberg. lie
u 12 Brandels Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE FOR EXCHANGE
KO-ACnE Improved farm near Hebron.
Neb., for sale or trade for smnll farm.
Address T. H. Adam. Hebron. Neb.
WILL trade or apply on same an I tOO
atock of millinery In good condition for
small acreage farm. Answer. Y 7. Bee.
FOR MALE or trade, the fl. M. H of Bee.
32. Township It. range 12, Perkins Co.,
fliuth Dakota; this Is a good quarter lo
cated In the Antelope valley. Address
C !' Kellv Tvler, Minn.
Trading. Real value. 607 Paxton Blk
FOR HALE or trade. 4-roum house; moT.
ern except heat, 2611 N. 18th.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
Bemis Park Home
Owner writes, sell this place now.
Price hag been reduced to make a quick
sale. You can buy on payments. Ad
dress 1612 Lafayette Ave.; 1 blocks to
car. House la modern, rooms, south
front, large lot, street paved. It la a
fine buy at the present price. Be sure
to see this place today If you want a
Creigh, Sons & Co.
Douglaa X. 608 Bee Bldg.
We have a very clasay, new, 6-room
bungalow, 24x40, that la up-to-date In
r u m, nul f .a 1. nl.K -.! nab fliui.a-
full basement; large attic; located f73
N. 14 in St., wnere all homes are new
homes and where many homes are being
bul.t. We will make terms to salt pur-
Norris & Norris
400 Bee Bldg.
Phone Douglas 4270.
All on one floor. Oak floors and flnlah,
Duut-in pooacases ana ounei.
Corner lot, 4,-xlJO. one block to car.
CALL WEB. 156.
IX'K SALE r rent. -r. house, mud.; 1
blk. frcm Miller park and school. 6721
N. ath Ave, fnone owner. Weh. Mir?
Bee Want Ada sroduce Results.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Cash Wheat Holds Its Own and
Sales Are at Fntctically Un
LAU0H AT THE FROST REPORTS
11.04 No I velvet chaff: 1 cars. 1 01.
OMAHA September 21. WK. No. I velvet chaff: 1 cars. 11 01. Rye
Cah wheat waa steady flay and sold . No. 4: 1 car. Mc. Sample: 1 car. c.
.t .ract.eily .ik lin. a pi leva. Receipis ' Parley Sample: 1 car liol. 3Sc. torn
of wh.at were it. t very Heavy, but lliere , No. I white: 6 cars, OR v No. 1 whl'ei
wu m i.i.iiv arliva ri, .!..
Com was a Irllie weak and waa quoted
.in. liHiiaeti lo .i' lower. i here waa
pretty good amount of corn rere.vtd. but
.lie uciiutnu ivr this ceival was rattier
Ihe demand for oata was good and the
receliila were light, data sold unchanged
to 'v lower.
Tim rye and liarley markets remained
has auflered no damaaa aa a reeulL
Clearancea wwre; Wheat and flour
cqu.il to 4.0OU bu.; com, 2i,tM bu.; oata,
Liverpool spot: Wheat, Id higher to
Id lower; corn. VdfHd lower.
. i"-v "'"iii"
bu ahlpmenta. 11.(W bu.. against
- receipts or t pu., and ahlpmenta oi
U-MT.1" last year.
' iriniar, corn rcc. lpta were H9f.,0W b.. ;
and Milpmenta 44.0i. W. against receipts
... O - ) , , k.. .. W 1 . J . .
, ' - uMiuiirui. vi .-..."
"r- . ...
Primary oats receipts were 1.114.000 bu..
3 I u t li 751
KK.lli KHTATF NORTH SIDE
KOtNTK PItCK HOME.
Take advantnae of th opportunity to
buy a fine modern up-to-date home In a
1 fgh class neighborhood on very reaon-
able terms and at a tig sao Irice. This
Pioperty villi net you 10 per rent on the
investment aa a rental properly.
I'AV.Mi l.wtsrMhNl t.u..
5th Floor Omaha Nat. JBank Illdg.
RKAIj ESTATE SOITTII SIDE
$100 CASH "
Balance 120 ner month. llvlnar rnnm.
dlnlnc room bedroom, kitchen and pantry
on first lloor, atnliway to large floored
attli- with Complete ba:hnom. gas, city
water, electric lights, sewer, cement baeai
n:ent and walka. one hlock to car, co-ner
lo: 60x1211, located 1201 8. 61st. Price (l.M).
C. (i. OARLBEIMJ,
112 Brandels Theater Bldg.
FOR BALE Two acres In fruit, apples,
plums, peaches herrlef, currants.
fooebvirles raapberrlea. rhubarb; 700
araie vines In full biarlna New.
stilctly modern 6-room house, full base-
m f fm wm'coldr -ml 1 co
P ' ?h. TuT!. S
'" part p'3 ment. i hone Benson W.
REAL ESTATE WEST SIDE
116 So. 42d rt
A modern home with a modern
price end moiiern terms.
7 looms finished In oak and white
Large lot, on paved street and
H hlock to car.
2 Vacant Ixta
Ave. and Jackson Street.
Each Lot MilI4
Paving all paid.
W. II. OAT1CS
!4T Omaha Nat. Bank Bldk.
EQUITY In fine lot, Crelghton 2nd addi
tion: pd.ewalk. water, tewer. gna and
elect i la llg n. block to street car. Ad
diers J Its, Bee.
FOR CASIf-6-ROOM llOUHE
Fine location. 2767 Webater; ancrlflce for
quick rale. See C. Thoracn. 143 N. lath St.
REAIj ESTATE SITBt'RBAN
south of Pod Re St., west of 4ith St. and
cast of C2d St..
AND IS NOW HEADY
And Offered for Sale
with water, sewer, gaa, sidewalks, curb
ing, paving, boulevard, lighting system
and all graded ready for bullufng.
assure the future of the neighborhood.
Look at the Location
Near a good school, close to car line,
only 16 minutes' ride to business center.
You Can't Make a Mistake
If you buy In this addition because It la
In the best part of Omaha, where values
are sure to advance.
Don't Mife This Opportunity
t r. anme nf theae choice lots at the
present IXjW PR1CMS and EASY TERMS.'
of only l-io caan, oaiance mommy pay
ments. How to Get There
Take any West Farnam. Dundee car,
and get off at 4tb and Dodge Bts.
Select your lota now. Do not delay.
George & Company
Phone D. 768. 101 City Nat. Bank Illdg.
New Dundee home of aeven rooms,
strictly modern and up-to-date In every
way; oak flnisn. mirror aoor, Dooacases,
etc. You will be surprised to see what
fine, large, well arranged rooms. Never
been occupied. Choice 60-foot lot, paved
street. Here la Dundee s biggest bargain.
Do you nt It? Hee
Vttj McCaaue Uouglaa 1663.
DUNDEE HOME BEAUTI FLO. LOCA
Must he sacrificed on account of sick
ness. The one chance to buy desirable
property on your own terma. If Interested
address K. 141. Bee, fu appointment.
New e-rooin house, modern. Will take
lot aa pari Pay.
Vacant lot, M0. The only lot In Dun
dee on paved street for such money.
FHh-I) C. SHIELDS.
I oinrll lllaffo.
Near Council Bluffs. 1 miles to paved
street on Lincoln Highway, for a 4Ulck
sale 1226 per acre.
V S. FRANK,
201 Neville Block.
FOR Sale 46 Improved acrea
Kin ley HI. Mrs. Pallas.
See Nethaway for thai farm. Florenc 22.
REAL ESTATE MISCELLANEOUS
LOT for aale In Lenox Add. lion. Owner.
FUl.CEl) IX) sp:ll
A strictly modern house, nearly new; I
jonis down, oak finish, and 1 roomt,
bath and sleeping porch up. This prop
erty Is wail located on the boulevard and
will lie sold for H Will be pleated
lo ahow you through.
V. S. FRANK,
101 Neville Block.
NEW 6-Ki)iJM i.i'.vllALO A'.
Equity of ll.ua) to trade for good lot or
IMw cash. Phone Webater 4134.
Kimi City 1 1
fit l, ul 101 64 1
Sales reported today: Wheat No. 1
hard winter: i cars. 11 03; 1 car, II 0?';
I1! cars $1.02: car. II OlS; 1H cars,
$IC0. No 4 hard winter; 1 car. fcV; 1
ar. c; S cars, 7o; 4 cars. V; 1 car,
V: S car, Mr. Sample: 1 car, velvet
chaff. Wo; I car. ; N car, KV; 1 car,
J7i-; 1 car, Pc; 1 cers, hot, (c; car. c.
No 2 spring: I car. 11.04. No. 4 mired:
. car. 11.01. No. 1 velvet chaff: car.
I cara. w-. no. M yellow: o nil fly.
No. yellow: 1 rare gjc. No. 3 mm.
Z.."T7 ;,.'!" e aao.
c; 6 car. !4o: cars. M'e. No. 4
white: I cars. SJV: 1 car, 4Vac; 1 car.
Mr. No. 4 ml ied; 1 ar, o. rampl: 1
is' Sir: I h i' her'' ": ' mr, hot 11c.
Omaha Cash Prloea Wheat: No. 1
turkey $1 v 10"; No. J t'irk. y. $1 "1
viji. . Vr . Ki,i.. J!k.'n.iL,. Nn
i whlta. ir.vvutiiio ; No. wdlte, AiVtO1";
o J v,ow v-i,i6.c: No 1 yellow.
:f7c: No 4 rellow. fiiiffte: No t yel-
ow, Wv-iiHHc; No. yellow. iff.i4; No.'
1 m xed. t)rmc: No. 1 mixed. ..VjSt4c;
iN o. nnxru. wii'm , i-o. a mum,
g.Uo; No mixed. BMiWc. s: No I
white. JiHOTiV: stannaru. niiskc; in..
I white. 8:..;3c: No 4 white. VfMy.
Harley : Mnltlna. i'Vyc; No. 1 feed, t-xtf
4Sc. Rye: No, !. ..Wc; No. I. Mtf
t 1,1. .1 . . . . U , . . ...
I'liUatio ii.,Mli.u ...ua. lurnialieil 1 lie
t1m ft.u 1 M. llri'.n at iii-k anil .rain
brokers. SI. K.i Sixteenth atrret, O-naha.
Artii lel Open. lilith 1.
Hept.! 1 tn
1 OlSl 1 OH,
70 7lA 71'i
b IMS A i
671 6;Va 61
Maj .lo7 u'
ii issl i2 rrn' u f
14 1)71 14 va
7 S7V4 1 OS
8 8-4jl.. 160
7 7.7 V9J,
S 17S 11.1
Chicago Oaah Prices Wheat : No. 1 red.
tl .Out) 1.13; No. 1 red, 11 f1 ill. Oil; No. 4
red. 1101fjl.o; No. 2 hard. ll.10ttl.12V
Corn: No. 2 yellow, 73 U'"4i,c: others
nominal. Oata: No. t white, l.iw.,M',c;
standard. 3Htc. Rye: No. 2, Wc. Harley:
6o(i Heeds: Timothy. 6.6dti 00; clover,
Il2wfl7U0. Provisions: I-ork, 11131; lard,
$K.0VJue.; rrlis, t7.WHii8.2A.
I t TTKR Higher; creamery, HAIc.
EGGS Higher; tecelpts, K.42 cae; at
maik, cases included lKfU2.li-; ordinary
lln-tg 25k!: flrats. 23924c.
POTATOKR I.oer; receipts. 21 cara;
" tc Igan and Wisconsin, while. 31)43c;
Mnnesota Ohloa. Jui3Ho.
POIJL.I RY Alive, steady; fowls, 14c;
(Mil AtlO 4'nAIN AMI PnlIO"
Featarea of Trading and Closing
Prices on Board f Trade.
CHICAOO, Sept. 21.-Eacellent weather
for threshing had a good deal to do today
with making wheat averuge lower in
price. Tile markel closed unsettled at
4c decline to half cent advance, wltu
1 'eoeiuber, KSc, and May, IHi'ac. Corn
flnlHhed half cent off to 'ic up. oata
vhi)iiik from S down to a gain of a
sliHile, and provisions at a rise of Kn17o
l'ciiastent selling of December wheat
wna Indulged In under the leadership of
ono of the largest houses on 'chanxe.
The chief Incentive for th.a bearish op
eration appeared to be the outlook for a
more liberal movement of wheat from
first handa throughout the entire bell.
In thia connection especial stress waa
laid upon tiio favorable conditions for
tliienlilng In the northwest, where all
available machines are sa.d to be finding
brisk employment. The course of prices,
however, wna by no meana a constant de
cline, several moderate hulKea taking
place owing largely to a decrease of tha
vlNllile supply in Hreat liritaln and be
cause of foreign buying of future here,
ilosalp that Canadian tariff nbstaclea to
free shipment Into the Hulled tltatea
mliiht soon he removed cut aome figure
as a handicap to the wheat bulla here.
On the other hand, a ruling that delivery
of No. 1 velvet chaff with dockage would
not acceptable on ordinary Chicago con
tracts had a tightening effect on the
September option In particular.
Corn prices at the out act were not
respon-ilve to newa of froata last night
or to predictions of more tonight. Dam
age talk waa discredited. loiter, the mar
ket advanced on account of reports show
ing freezing temperature precalllng In
Iowa and Nebraska, but the upturn in
values was afterward offset to a con
siderable extent by liberal selling on the
part of speculators. Oats, although firm
early, weakened In the end aa a result
of low priced offerings from the north
west. Widespread falling off In receipts gf
nogs gave a decided lift to the provision
market. Resides, export demand waa said
to have become much better than has
been the rule of late.
NBW YORK UEKERAL MARKKT
4notatons of Iks Day aa Varloaa
NEW YORK, Hept. 21.-FUWR Steady,
spring patents, K.K .70; winter patents.
,Si,TA: w'"tr tralghts. I4.amda.li.
WIlt.AT Hpot, unsettled; No. 2 red and
No. 2 haid. II .23 c. I. f. Now York: No.
1 northern, Duluth. 11 00, and No. 1
northern. Manitoba. S7-) o. I. f. Buffalo,
t utures. unchanged. September, ILPi.
i-TjjeiN Hpot. steady; No. 2 yellow, KJo,
UA18 ripot. easier; No. I white, 404.
No lliw""' N "'l6;
HOPS Steady. f4tate. mmmnn n
rnuice. iu, a-xumc; 114, Wide
oonsf, 1W6. 14plic; 1914. Uaj-llc.
tHiilsu.- mil -mini... T i".iei;
kTdcV1!, ? 4,iiilL; cinc
Hli-M Firm; Bogota, 3CU31c;
ii Ri inenca, nc.
l,athkk-Frm; hemlock first S2U
ITc- per olds SlMSao.
PROVI8IONB-Pork, ateady; mesa, 216.00
fMn.in: family. H9.ot5 on- .K,ir
Jl-iOhWlSbO Ueef oulet; " meaa. 17.(Of
Unpi family, ri6ol.M. Ird, firm;
I iuuii wrM., ts.duua.j. Taiiuw, ateady;
eitv. Moi6'4c; country, 6?6c431o- spe
HITTTF.R Firm; rwelpts, 14 617 tubs;
creamety extras. nKHc; flraU, 14VM
W"e- seconds. 22H-24c.
KOOS fltea-ly; receipts. 16.W cases:
freh gathered, extra fine, rustic: extra
firsts 2816; firsts, 2u27Hc; seconds.
CHEKSF-Bteady; receipts. 7.082 boxes;
state whole milk. fr-sh flats, specials.
1444fi1Rc; average fancy, 14W
POlTI.TRY-l.ive. strong; western ehl -k-ens,
broilers, .; fowls, l7VtIKc; tur
keys, 16c; dressed, quiet; prices nominal.
K"aa CM- ''e'n im4 Prnrlrtnn.
KANSAB CITY, Mo . Sent. 21. WHEAT
-Vo. 2 hard. ll.CKVn 1 .10; Ko 2 red. 11 lUtf
1 V; HfO'fnotr, 11.00; December, HW -
7, hi. TV - .
CORN-NO. 2 mixed, o"7c; No. 2 white,
8c; iieptemtwr, 4Vic; Deoember, 61'ac:
OATS Vo 2 white, a8'-37'o; No. 1
Ml 'TTE H Creamery. I7c: firsts. Hn-
second', l-'c: parking. 19V o.
K"0 Firsts 23o; seconds. 19c.
POl'LTRY-Hens. 12c; roosters, to;
Mreawolta Orala Markrl
MINNXAPOIJ8, Sept. 21. WKBAT
Hepterreer, Hc; Deoember, 04c; No. 1
hard, 1 0tl; No. 1 northern, r7sic4U.eH4.
KItI H Unci anged.
P YK Mf"e.
CX.'PiN No. 1 yellow 7IHV72o.
OATH N . I white, ISHtpaac,
FLAX 11 6rl I.
It. La-ale Orala Marfccl.
TiOnif, Bept. Tl. YvHEAT N. I
red, tllHOfl lO- No. t hard, tl.ll; Beptem-
ner. i 10; lanmier. oc.
50RN-Jo I 7ii4; No. t whlta, 71ttc;
September, 71c; December. 63V4C.
OI and Itoala.
WAVANNAH. Oa., 8ept. 2L-TVRPKN-TTVF5
Firm, "74:-; salea. 247 barrels;
receipts, IdO barrels; shipments, JUu bar
rens: stocks. 11, XU barrels.
ROSIN F rm; sales, l,i7 barrels; re
cliits. 4 barrels; siilpmenLs 1 Hit' bar
rels: storks. H4. 74fl barrels. Quotations:
A. it. C D and H ti '."' '; F. and II.
Wo3 ; I. l4.-ffV-4.lu; K, II r; M, R
ai.HH N. Hei; WU. 1. 70; WW. ..&.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET,
Good Cattle Steady and Others Slow
to Lower Sheep Show but
HOGS FIVE TO TEN CENTS UP
OMAHA. September SI. 1916.
Hecelpta were: Cattle. Hots. Pheep.
OMcal Mnndav .... 17.1
Futlninte Tnemlay .. K.7n
KBme days 'at week 167
a. l: H7..W
11 oJ M.V16
b. 'ld M.JC2
Same I weeks ago.. 14 1-2
Hame daya last year 22.HK
The following table ahowe te recelpta
of cattle, hose and aheer at tha Omaha
live stock market for the year to date as
compared with last ye:
I'lir. iit inc.
7W.3R0 Ht.f40 1Mi4
la.lml 1.7H1.HW JK7.174
114AM 1.J7U710 A2
n,i. ka. rkm.h. iiva .tn,k
i""rfcet for the last Tew daya with coin-
, -,7' rTTT. .....
""-- ', "":J.Z11 .. 7 ' ' ! " ,
U I 72
7 Mi 24 7 I4i I T declared lest week by the Oenerai Motoie
T Taj 1 21 Toll I 01 comiany tu demonstrated bv their s.-n-T
N; I f 1 Ml 171 T 7 nalkmal course today. New records w. ro
I H HI I (a l;
I aaj 1 1 J 12
1 Sh t 7 O! 7 W
!' W I
I ml I rat
I Ml 7 711 I Wl T 01
in: 1 ml il tit
1 T 9J
I Cent. 11' 1 W
fept. 141 Pl t Iftl I 1 4 M ; T 7 M
t'p- IS' ! !1! ! "J! ! ! i S S ! S
Pent. 171 T7'-l I 42!
7 l I 211 1 1 W
I Hept. Ill 644l 2..
i oil 1 101 1 m i
tiii iti a 7il 1 ?
Kent. ni :i,i
1 061 1 l 4I 1 TV 1 IT .
Kept 21 71 l 60 I 41 K
471 I U i
CATTl.U-Heeelpt were very liberal
la n ioi.r, n cars urinK rei"'n . m.
The official recount yesterday showed a
a . ...... ... . .
l '. came, ine iari oy .
run on record at thia point. The total
for the two days loots up 2K.KX1 head.
whlrh Is nearly 1000 larger than for the
same daya last year.
The market opened with good beef
steers In very fslr demand at prloea that
were steady at yemcrday a decline. Me
dium kinds were slow to a Utile lower.
Cows and heifers were very slow and
weak, the lenden.-y still being downward.
Ihe beet atoi keis and f. euers were In
demend this morning and sold quite fie' ly
at about ateady prices. On the other
liana medium klnus and common kinds,
which were in Istge receipt both yester
ilav and today, were very alow and still
lower. With that kind of cattle it wa
not so mui h matter of price aa finding
a buyer, for the reason that every one
eaema to want good to choice feeders,
with no one looking for medium to com
Quotations on cattle: Oood to choice
fed yearl iiKS. W.O-HrtV.Kft: fair to good fed
yearlings, a,W).(I0; common to fair ten
yearlings. ID 6tig.fi0;
ood to choice heavy
eevaa. t lanna NA : fmr to soort comf
beeves iliJKhfi1 00: mmmnn to fair corn-
fed beeves. KUMifH.Sl): ""imt grass beeves.
l00ih.66; aooa to CTiolce grass beeves
17.4o4i8.00; fair lo good graea beeves, tg.st
ti7.4; common to fair graaa heevea, ti.W
t- f-on,l to choice grasa helgera, i
7.26; good to choice graes cows. !!.lllfr.3r.;
fair to good cows. 5.2fU(.l)6: common to
fslr cowe. t ft-KI-' X; prime feeding
steers, 17.7"m ; good to choice feeders,
7 75.fi'". "&: kood to choice feeders n.lOit
7.76: fulr to good feeders. iiotl7.o; com
mon to fair feed i. is. WKutt. wood to
chi Ire stoi kei s 17 7MiS 35: lair to good
stockers, l-i.76tlf7.76; common to fair
tockers. W.fO.7S: stock heifers. U3
7.36: tock cows, 13.6tli.'.6: stork raKe.
l-'i 60iN.fM: venl calves, lft.00t10.00; bulls,
slags, etc.. $5.01Nfri.
ifotlH Recelpta were nearly twice as
1. 1 mm v.at.r V Knt mi ihmt ware Verv
V. . . -1 .. .. a ?(il
lead putting In ai-pea a tea. Total fr
the two days la 6.641 head, being 1,300
smaller than a week ago ana a little
over half aa large aa two weeks ago, but
a few head larger than for the same
daya last year. Thia la the smallest Mjii
iay and Tuesday run since the middle of
Rlilpper trade opened fairly active and
s-enersllv m .lime hlsher. There Were
practically no choice loada of lluhta here.
the best offered brlnglna 17. . Anything
real good and weighing i pounds or ! sj
....i.T . a ...llw b (lit ml.til
beat that, owing to the ecarcliy of Lent
hoga ahlppera bought several bunches nf
mixed butchers that were on the light
order, and values -on these kinds also
looked pretty close to a dime higher,
Packers were a little alow In getting
atsrteil aKaln todav but they. too. put
up their drove on a somewhat higher
baals. Values were uneven, and while
mixed huge thst ran II ha on w-hh-h
packers and snippers came into crnniwu
other, did not ;SgSn EtfZ "Y"". i5 U
vanca. As waa the case yesterday paf-aer M(ulelkr Co. M.aon i44S ll H Jn
1rad waa more or less i drsggy. but a XwiuMM c..tjwr t'oo m ffi-4 6i4
nretty fair clearance had been made by I
iu o clock, only a lew ounrnea uenia
In first handa at that time.
Oencral trade waa fully 610o higher.
A good share of the parking hogs sold at
I... f.v.iii no lih anrlnkllna of heavies
n ia id i- mnt m fair iinwintf of shin-
ninr nurcliaaea on un to the top.
ilvi,.l- l elms nf alieeo and lambs
continue to swell gradually and today
set a new record for the yar. when l'W
cars, or 46.0W head, were estimated. Tho
largest run of the year up to this time
waa last Monday, when about 44,W head
were movived. Total for the two days
of kl 174 head la almost 4.000 smaller than
a week ago, but with that exception la
the largest of tha year, being 7.700 heavier
than two week ago, and about MX head
larger than for the same daya laat year.
The fat lamb trade opened in good sea
son on about a steady basis, early sales
of good lamha being made at 11.2S, the
same price aa waa paid bot-i yesterday
and Friday for the bulk of good to choioa
killing lamba. . .
Trading continued on the game basis
until practically all the fat lamba had
been cleaned up. A good clearance waa
made well before noon.
Tha greatest Interest centered In the
feeding lamb trade again today, and
prices again held about ateady. A good
tiercentsM-a nf the desirable lamba brouarht
H. I""".', wnn oi course inio uown w
' W OO and under. Breeding ewes were
t.KVuk.20, with of courae some down to
In good supply, but the demand wag very
broad, ana ine strong tone mat naa ma
tured the market ln this class waa again
very prominent. Bulk of the aged breed
ing stock is going at IS.aWH 00, with aome
salea even higher than that, while year
ling ewea eel a new high mark today,
selling at 17.76. Oood black face ewe
lamba outsold anything In the barn, a
bunch halna taken by a breeder buyer at
6v7&. Yearling wettiera, either for killers
or feeders, have been very scarce, al
though one load sold today as high a
Fat aheeo offerings were again limited
almost entirely to ewes snd after those
su. table for breedera had been picked oik,
tiie supply at the disposal of packers waa
very limited. More tnan one aaie was re
ported aus high aa 16-16, which Is sua high
as haa been paid for aome time, and the
market waa quotably ateady.
Quotations on sheep and lamba: Lamba,
goid to choice, 11 6ff4t26; lambs, fair to
good. H.00iu 10: lamba, feedi.ra. t7.7.ij
126; yearllnga. fair tn choice. IS. 764160;
vaarlfinrs leeders. 16 OauI 00: wethers.
fa I to choice. Ij.00ift..i0; ewea, good to
u.oi; ewes, rair to good. t.ev
feedere. $4 60tf.6.
tllllAt.O 1.IVK STOCK MARKET
CHICAOO, Sept. 21. CATTLE Re
ceipt. 1.000 head; market weak; native
beef cattle, ! 00010.30; western steers,
td.&fil.Kl: cows and hellers, 12.O(i6.30;
c-alveo. 1T.004J 10.76.
HOOS Receipts. 10.000 head; market
strong; mostly 10c Mglier; bulk, W.'0-7.i;
light. i7.16i.16; mixed. M.cul.OS; heavy,
fTiOu7-4o; rough, 16. 1U i. 60; pig. ta.Htf
WP AND. iaMR.-t-Rao.lpt., 17
head; market firm: wethers, 16X471.00;
ewea. tXWQCJA; lamba. ll.-LQe.80.
Kaaaas Cltv ,' toek Markrl.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Pont. 21 CATTLE
Receipt a, 16,000 hssd; market weak:
prime fed ateera, t 6njl0.00, dreaaed beef
steer t7.iC4yJ.40; western siee s b.ut 7j;
Stockers and feeders. ll.Ojagd.OO; bulla,
16'O"i'i0: lalvea. t W10 0.
HOOH Recelits, 7.60 Ohead; market
hiaher; bulk. M.r"J07 76; havy l764f7 60;
rankers and butchers. t1764l7.H; light,
1 1"-". 70; pig. 1126a7.a.
SHEEP AND LAMlift-Recelpte. 17.004
bead; market strong; lamb. 17.76424 16;
yearllna. t' 7'B4.60. wethers, ti.2V4l4.26;
Live Stork la gtgkt.
Receipts of lle stock at the five prin
cipal weatern markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hues Sheen.
South Omaha 17 1.148 n.ri
t-l-r x i ity 2.a
Kansas ity lD.uul
M. IjuIs 6,100
17 0 '
Total recelpU SI.OjO 11,146
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Half a Score of Specialties Exercise
Sway at Session.
ARE DIVIDED INTO GROUTS
..N';W;.YORK'' --alf a ore of
aie. laities nnn iw-ii abMiiuie swdy ov. r
I. .dm nmrk.it, whi n a.oi'ha hmrtn.nm
acieoi.'ii a lnvniiiii-nl lun.. l,i,n
3M.4 or leaitlonary. Ihe Mieciulilea were more
4.S.OW j cearl iiniued Into eeverai Kroinw -M.,4
, motor stocks, whlrh le.l u nihr. i.th
as to artivlty an i extent of gain, ahar. e
oi coin-a.,U s niaKliig motor supplies iuiJ
sharea of concerns manufaciuring mi.n.-
; tioiia and electrical equipment,
I i'o I hew) iilhv be H.i.,.-o the Sou .i-
' an.i several other l eu. , wh-i..
. "'l,,n Pv In. reaaed rnoriiiounly hj
rem of the war
I t-'iue.i males hteel, not generally
...... nn m wwr iMur, iiui nerivintf iiirg..'
Indirect beneilt from the foreign conflict,
was the omy o.d-Ume fanrorlie to k.ep
! with ine active movemeiii, aitnounn
i Ki.inlnn no actual AllVNJllMlf In ,i , . ,-. i . , , t
.allies. In lactate..! w. .u..n nn.i.
alhlent piseur, cioeln at 7ti, or 4 point
, uimer yeeiernay a close.
; That ajtomoulle slocna stilt remnln un-
der the apell of the 6u per cent dividend
rmido by many of these laauea. In. lU'lniK
Oenrr.il Muior, which SiOied an extreme
gain oi M points t.t , later ylel IIiik
points; Wlliys-uverland. 12 to hi: Stude-
baker common inH nr.l.m,i a. -.... n.
i at 144V anil llv. rrsDet ttvaiv: Maiw-m
Motors first prel.TreU, 1 to 14. and the
eeron.l ireferreu. hi, to si I nprefi-
""" recorded bv cVuri-
J. i wnicn adiled 1 at ; 4: Weattng-
4 house 4-4 at 13. and Bethleliem Pteel,
. I li at 7.
In addition Maxwell common rose 6
to MS, Ooodrl. h, 1 to 72; Ueneral Elec
tric, 4a to 74V American Car and
Foundry, 8W to 74H. and lk)a-Anierlran
Mugar, ( to 110. Realising or profit taking
i , , - --------
' f!!?. J?,Ut -h"
i if-iMnp sTn tn nr r fr t n a ash nt t K j
, ., .i . " ,a...
; rn -.......u .
Foreign exchange lost some of the pre
vious day's stability, an Increaaed off..r
Ing of lndon bt s contrlhutlng to that
change. Nevertheless Uie belief prevails
that the foreign loan la working to a aat
Isfactory conclualon. Indlcatlotai of
further btialnesa Improvement and Balti
more Ohio August returns showing a
net gain of IKH.uo were among the few
Honda were Irregular with a moderate
Increase of foreliin aelllng. Total sales,
par value, aggregated M,ftVi.4).
t'nited Ktatea bonds were unchanged
Numher of sales and leading quotation
on stocks todsy were:
HK ITIn. Lm. Clms.
LKe .4 tt s: '4
A hot a OoM
Amvrloaa Beet gaswr. ...
Amsrlaaa Ijnoemollve ....
Amr an 8. ft
Amsriisn g. s R. pfd....
Am. ffucr Rcftnlnc ,
Aaiwioaa Tel. Tsl
naldwln lommoiirs ....
Pa tlmnra St otila.
H o- klin VtaeM Tranell. .
r-allfomtw ivireleura ....
'nBdln Plrlfla ,
Chlr.,.) U W
Chlraco, M. Ht. P....
(tiliwan N. W
f'hlrsn. R. I. P
iVntorailQ Tvm a- Iron....
Iieiwf Illo OranAs pfd
ni.ttllnre- Merurltlaa ....
4H 4 4 .!
Vk al-k any
tl'a ei H
M 7 ITS
KS1 M 11
l.i"f no-4 1H lixt
ee iu u ru
. l."i-4 U7
1.1 " inj'k 1111
M..ei 'i HIV
1. 1) II
I. UK) 1M
14. 100 4fV.
' 41nerfll RlMlrla
t.im 1144 1.1-. 174
"rest NertSira !"....
SIM 1I0'4 1I9H V
llCV 4 V 4I i'
jio lo ini loiii
1.40O 1"4 Hi -0i
2.soe s mt m
too 0T 107 101
lo Mvi IS
im lim 14 -, 144 '4
I lli-H lltUj V
OM Nn. Or rlfti.
Intrtiemuh Ciwi. Corp.
Kinwi l"ltT goulhsra...
Mural ropsar ...........
1 MneoaH, K. T. H4.
T TT"". VZL"7.
N.w York rntral
N. T , H. li. H
4 , M
i) l'l 111',
1.400 lot 1M
7in i:v. 91
, rariris Mall .
t'a irio Tal. 4V Tsl
Pullman 1-alsrw Tar
Par Coo. Copper
l.aio ie Iran in 4
ye tt i' n
l.fiw 1M 1-0V4 1'0'4
14.n0 ir.H'4 t--i l'l
I'sloa 1-ncirio pM ...
l'nll4 nam i-teal..
p H. Hil pld
,t in r.oso iw4
1.7O0 M4 r
oo 1114 11-4 1HV4
tMW en"i 44 M
l.'."o 'l 74
HI. ir4 li ii.'".
"0 i "7 "4 47S4
l'tah i oppor
I Wtera Unloo
I WeadnatioMo Dlactrlo
Oonaiwl M'tors 1 400 140 zt7Vi IU
Total salos for tho aay, sio.se oiuirM.
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK. Bept 11. MERCANTILE
PAPF.R-l'atWH per cent.
FOREION KXCH A NtlE-JIt e r 1 I n g :
Blxty-day h'lls, 14.1760; demand, 14.71;
cab'ea. 14.71&0. ,
KILVER Bar, 41.o; Mexican dollar.
BONT)') Oovarnment, ateady; railroad,
TVMELOANf- Steady: alxty days, SU
per cent: ninety daya. J4 Pr cent; si
months. 1 per cent. . . ,
CALL MONEY-Stesdy; high. 1 per
cent; low, IK per cent; ruling rate. W
per cent; laat loan. 1 per cent; closing
bid. 1 per cent; offered at 1 per cent.
UCyKDOS, Sept. 21. American securttlea
on the atock market were only occa
sionally dealt In and closed uncertain.
A few enli bonds were marketed.
PII.VFR Bar. 2S1d per ounce.
MONET m"M per cent.
DISCOUNT RATES Short bill". 444
per cent; three mouths, 4 U-l944 por
OMAHA, Sept. II. Bank rlearlnga for
Omaha today were 12.le0.14.dg and for the
corresponding day laat year, 12,146,342.24.
Ml f onts live fttnrk Market.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Bept. 21 CATTLE
Receipts. 6,109 heed; market lower; native
beef atrera. I7.6o10 Kf.; yearllnga. ateera
and heifers. 18.6ontlO.00: cows l.04f-3.00;
tockers snd feeders. H(Ttl': soutir-rn
steers. 6 2'ul.86; cows and heifers, 14.00(9
t.6o- native calves, l-.0Oall.60.
HOOS Receipts, .70 Ohead; market
steady; pigs and Hants, 16.75&7.1G; mixed
and butcfiere. 17 .66tf.6; good heavy, 17.lt
BHEFP AND LAMBS Recelnta 1 WO
head; market ateadv; lamba, tl.00O8.6i';
alieep and ewea. 16.009jff.7S.
aioww rite- Live Stoek garVn,
SIOUX CITT. Ia.. Bept. 2L-CATTLB
Reoelpta. 2,20 Ohead: market firm; cows
snd heifers. 14 )!.; cannera la.60tM.76;
stockers and feeders, 16.7oKr7.2S; calves,
6. 7,i; bulls, aiaas, etc.. I4.l0$6 25.
HUUS tteceipta. s.ow neaa; maraet ivn
higher; heavy. t7.Mrfj-7.40; mixed. n.
7oo; light, lo.404J4.tO; bulk of sales, tfcfcrj
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1.0X1
head; market aUady; owes, 14.006.40,
at. .!- h I Ive Stack Market.
ST. JOSEPH Sept. n. CATTLE Re-
oalves, o WJUiu w
HCMJS ReoelDtS. 1.600 bskad: market
gtrona to Us higher.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1061
jieed: market tea.'y: lambs, ild' q
Reduce Strain ed. fkffy Anklet
L-vpkacarhia. Pofl tviL tuxuU
Boils, SweJUats; Step Laxaeneig
I 1 and alUyi paiu. Hrait Sore. CuU,
Ikwaea, Boot uiale. 1 it ga
ANTttE'TIC AKD CRtClDE
Doe not blister or rcmovi the
hair and horo can be workod. Pleaaast to use.
fZ. 00 bottle, dslirtred. Describe e-our case
..! AW 1 . l ar m
0) i or special instrucuons ana ooox a jv iree.
AB&ORBINE. JR.. aarlmbi lalaasi M aarldag so-
iualoa 1-mlaM. gaiaaa. IwuMaa Vuml Milk Laa.
4a CaMsaetraaat aair a taw araso rmYLATc taaa aseaV
areas. IMoo 11 par kawla at iflefi mt aiB.aioa,
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