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TIIK liV.Di OMAHA, SA'l IIJDA V, JAM All i , o.
FOR RENTAP'TS AND FLATS
M Isoelln nrnna,
(UjPE-IN a arinents, 3-r , n od it lint.
Nice location. I 1 p K. Murk & Co.,
12 Omaha Nat . P
AT. CI. ARK. ':4th end II irncy. 4 room
apartment. ( nil Harney M7.
MOVING AND ST0RAGE
GLOBE VAN & STORAGE
Stores moves, parks, ships. S-horso,
van and 2 men, $1 .'? wr hour; storage,
ti per month. Satisfaction guaranteed.
I. 43.TS sY T. 23".
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storigo mill mov
ing. 219 N. 11th St. Tel.
Douglas 394 or Harney
Separate, locked moms, for house
hold goods and pianos, moving, packing
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO
ST S lth St. n-ulas 41-73.
K V T I
Phone Douglas 2fcs for . omplete Ust of
vacant houses .nd np.-irtmcnts, :ilso for
storage, movtnst. 16th and jBcsjnSts.
T P T7h "VTTP ' moving
J-Hj-T'I-' nacklnc rtn.l siorage.
1207 Fsrnnm St. Douglas CI l.
MAOOARU Van Wuira K' Moving
packing. storage and hipping. D. 14:
FOR RENT-BUSINESS PROP'TY
MCXtERN store near postofflce; low rent.
Q. P. Stebbins. W10 Cb.cago.
WANTED TO RENT
l BlnrnlahFit llttusro I'lots.
LIST vour 6 and 8-room houses with im;
we have cllciils waiting. MACK (TllOS.
L. MGarry), 4:8 Kccllne Bidg. Tul.
Med 4;i44. ,
WANTED A Htoreroom capable of hold
Ins a L'O.oiiO stork of general merchan
rilse; building must be in n town of at
least 2,lM) people. Address Y IMS, liee.
4Jo N. THIRTY-EIGHTH AVENUE
Close to schools and cathedral; best
part of Omaha; 4 rooms down. 3 up.
Will finish 3d floor, build sleeping
porch or garage.
O'KEEFE REAL, ESTATE CO.
1016 Omaha Nat.'l. Doug. 2715.
F.venlngs Walnut 3K? or Colfax 1661.
rm. cottage bargain
West Farnuin district; all modern, in
fine condition, eust front lot on paved
treet; close to Leavenworth street car;
"4 block to school and adjacent to valua
ble property; lot 4.ixl.o. If you waul a
big bargain Tel. II 7165.
SEE THIS SURE!
Owner says sell this place now. It Is
the Cathedral district; has 7 rooms, is
modern, complete, with hot water heat
and small barn; large lot, near hchool,
stoics and car. 11 .in a bargain ul tne
price asked. Can be bought on pay
ments, or owner will take acant lot as
the first payment. Address 40J1 Charles
St. For price call.
CRE1GH, SONS & CO.,
Douglas 200. 60S Bee Bldg.
PRAIRIE l'AKK-206S Ames Ave. Street
paved and parked. 7 rooms and bath;
beautiful shade; wide lot and street.
JfiOO cash, $30 monthly, 6 per cent Inter
est. Will be sold for 1200 loss than actual
value to right party. B. J. Hcaaneil,
Phone Doug. 38P or Colfax 3511.
Np;W S-r. bunsaltvw to ba moved, $:60 S 'e
owner 30K Curtis Ave. Tel. Colrax 3027.
NEAR HANSCOM PARK
Living room across front of house;
cloak rloset wltii mirror door; dining
room with Dutch windows; kitchen;
oak finish; two bedrooms, bathroom
and gunroom on 2d floor; entirely mod
ern: Jnot completed; full basement;
corner lot faring east and south; lo
cated near Hanscom park in Crelgli
ton's First. iMO cash will handle this.
C. G. CARLBERG,
3J2 Brandels Theater Bldg.
blX-noO.M. modern bungalow finished In
oak, heaii) ceilings, bullt-ln bookcases,
plate rail, beautifully papered, large ce
ment basement, large fruit cellar and
coal bin. Rogers' furnace, east front
lot. 40x127; 1536 S. 25th St., phono D. MV1.
BARGAIN IN LOT
Located near boulevard, south of
Hanscom park, size S!xll.; room for
two or three cottages. Price, $7d. Call
Douglas 4! and have ua show you this
2.10 Omaha Xat. Bank Bids.
LOT BARGAIN 31st and Oak. f ac ng east
boulevard, 81x115, corner for $'75; see
me at once. Tebbens, 606 Om. Nat. Bit.
170 ACRES near Omaha for rent or li on
t-asy terma. -'ltf Lodge St. Tyicr lilo.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES
CITY MEN WANT FARMS.
Wa have several line Omaha homes
and Investment properties which can be
exchange for deairab.y located farms.
Might assume a reasonable amount of
encumbrance if necessary, if you con
template coining to Omaha or want to
transfer your Interests to a rapidly
growing metropolis, send us a full de
scription of what you have.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Doug. 17S1. 6th F'o'or Omaha Nat. Bank.
hdr'sTiTe or" trade.
The east half ifc of the northwest
Ouarter ',4) and the northwest quarter
C) of the northwest quarter and tho
northwest quarter '., or the northwest
quarter and the north half of
the southwest quarter ). section lfi,
township 71, range M, Union Co., Iowa,
lfi nil. east of Creston. P. J. McAvoy,
FIRST-CLASS six-room home, strict
ly modern, new. well built, oak fin
ish, price W.SW; nit a;. I.'.uno. Will
trade equity as first payment on
email farm. M to M, well located.
V. V. SHOLES CO.,
915 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
WANT a good farm in eastern Nebraska
or western Iowa of around 2a0 acres, in
exchange for cash and one of t, best
feneral farms and bearing orchards In
loridu. Good aoll. pure water, sp.endld
climate, churches, schools, many north
ern and western people. What have you
and what is it worth? Addreas Owner.
K 493. Bee.
fclX Weill located houses, located in dif
ferent parts of the cit.. consisting of 6,
4i and rooms rarli, rrnting for tl per
month. ill exchange for acreage or
good farm land in eastern N'eliraka or
weer- l'wa. ",l 'H?.7. Loan.
t,M Equity, H2.6W. E. T. lleydeo, UH
Harney I none luniylas !"
POR EXCILNGr5uacie in the best
Irrigated country; T-room concrete
brick house, well finished, other build
ings good, Co aires alfalfa, owner
wants well equipped garage in central
Neb. W. H. Smith. Wheatland. Wyo.
An 0-acre and 3"0-acre tract in cen
tral Florida for good Omaha property.
CHARLES E Wll.LlA.MSoN.
Ul Paxton BIcH-k.
Tel. Iooglas 2HI7.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
ESTABLISHED HOTEL BUSINESS
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Light Receipts Hare No Effect on
Local Exchange and Wheat
Drops One to Two Cents.
CORN IS ALSO A rOOR SELLER
Threp-Ptory ond busempnt. good brick bulldinR, tiOxt.12 ft.
In size, with C retail attire rooms and. Sd-room hotel and hotel
furniture and eouipment ittid Rood will in well-eHtablislied and
profitable hotel business; also S5-year lease on lot 6xl32 ft. at
low rental, without reappralsement. Location northwest corner
1 nth and Howard St., Omaha, in Bame block with City National
Bank 1'uildlng and Orpheun' Theater. Retail stores alone will
pay leasehold rental, taxes and Insurance. BCILPING, llOTKL
rUHNlTl KK AND UUS1NKSS AND LKASK ALL FOK $36,00t.
...i-. n :t;. -k.u "...
. -. 4 ! .
-An unusnal opportunity to make a business property Invest
ment and purchase a going, profitable business.
For Further Information Call Upon or Address
GEORGE & COMPANY
riione Douglas 756. Xntionnl Hank 1U(1. Omaba.
OMAHA. January 14, 101
Light receipts had no effect on the
local exchange to'ajr. The wheat mar
ket was verv weak, selling 1 In ! cent
tinder yesterday's prices.
' t orn was also a poor seller. Rome of
the better Kra lea sold at unchanged
I prices, but tho poorer grades Sold 2 cents
1 low er.
Oats were quoted 1 cent lower.
! ,!'e nd barley were practically un
changed. I Snow and cold weather hold receipts
(lark, although there are iminv cars of
grain reimrted coming to Omaha.
I Clearances were: Wheat and flour,
i equal to l,OM,(M0 bu.; corn, 4,000 bu.; oats.
i Liverpool dose: Wheat, l'jlfJd up;
' corn, Id higher. ,
I CARLOT RECEIPTS.
1 , Wheat. Corn. Oat.
i niraao ;; ;s 177
' Minneapolis . , ,
1 Inr.uth ... , .
I Omaha 4; g
1 St. Irfillls IK 134 (K
; W Innlpeg 141
These sales were reporieil tola :
1 Wheal: No. hard winter: I car. 1114;
it car. I1.U'; I car. l.llt; 1 car. 11.11. No.
'4 hard winter: i cars, $1.09; 2 2-h cars.
ll.OV 1 cur, $1.07. Sample: 1 car, $1.02; 1
car. $101; 1 ear. $1.00. No. 2 mixed: 1 car.
II. 1. No. 2 durum: 3-6 car, $1.12. No. 4
diiruin: .1-5 car. $l.no. Corn No. R white:
'1 car. 5c. No. 4 yellow: 1 car. fiT'c. No.
f ello-v: 1 car, Hdc; 2 cars, tifvc No.
I yellow: I car, (fie; 1 car. tV4c; 1 car. Wc.
(No. 4 m'xed: 2 cars tic. No. S mixed:
1 car. ft'.'kc; S cars, fee; 4 cars. Mc. No.
jts mixed: 2 cars. MV; 2 cars. flc; 1 cai-.
;Oc. Pnmple: 1 car, file: S cars, Oc: t ear,
Wc; I car. 5c: 1 car, 5tic; l car, (Jc.
ONti-Standard: 1 car, 44V No. white;
1 car, 4:t1c: 2 cars. 4.':1!c. Sample: 1 car.
4lr; 1 car, 41 V Rye-Sample; 2-S oar,
! Omaha Cash Prices-Wheat: No. 2 hard.
1 fl.l.Yti'1.17: No. 3 hard. H.lfW.M; No. 4
' 11. .11.. !.o4'rl .(; No. 2 spring. $l.14irl.l;
I No. 1 spring. II llo I. lfi; No. 2 durum. $1.11
' ' x o n d"'iiiv l KVill 12: samnlo.
I OcW$i.oi. Corn: No. S white, ffTHBc; No. i
I- Mille, h-.it;c: No. 6 white, M'nl';
1 Vo. white, :'HikV; No. S yellow, sti
Wc: Vo. 4 yellow, 7fM7Sc; No. & yellow, I
tcUMic; No. yellow. (C'ftfic; No. 3!
mixed. tfiHifitisc-: No. 4 mixed. (Wr(iWe;
No. 5 mixed, Ktiwo; No. mixed, Mrrf1
Wc; sample mixed, BTJflW. Onts: No. 2
white, 44'1i44c; standard. 441r44V;o: No.
S white, 4.1H'ii'4.1c; No. 4 white, 4.W43'4c.
Barley: Maltlnir. fiiVfr70c; No. 1 feed. 67W
62c Rye: No. 2, KlifrlKc; No. S, SOwiDlc.
Chlcagro closlna; prices, furnished The
Bee by Ixuran & Brvan, stock and rraln
brokers, 315 touth Sixteenth, Omaha:
l'ro Isnm Pork. i ivwt.iv. laid.
.'. S 11 pi 47'i; 1 ilvs. $10 urn 4u
E lower: receipts. 2. SI cases,
firsts; e; erd'nsry tlrsts. 2sr.v; at
mark, cases Included TTOIOa.
ItvfAl tIJ4 lUa.lpts. ... lars. market
P H'LTnT Alive, hliiher: fowls. l"c;
apiintra, l$Hc; turkeys, inc.
KW YORK il:Knt. MARKKT
qaetatlnn f the lr on Varloaa
NEW TORK. Jan. 14.-KUH'H-Stenrty.
W 1 1 HA T Pnot , Irremlar; No 1 rtiinim.
II 40; No t norihern. Ihilntlv, $1 4:tV;
No. 1 northern. Manitoba. H.4t f. o. b.
New York. Futures, easv; Mav. $!..
CORN-Spot, easy; No. i yellow. Sic
OATSPpot, firm; No. 3 white, M
HAY Quiet: No 1. II V(1 T:1,: No. 5,
1 07Hffl l; No. S. MWV; shlpnlna. "!tf
MOPS Quiet; state, common to choice,
1!15 crop. l2Sc: l14 rop. Wrc; Pacific
coast, IMS ciap, llfclRc; 1!'I4 crop, 'ul0-
MllEH-8teady; lloaota, antfSIc; Central
LEATHER nrm; hemlock firsts, 3;
34e: seconds. SMTtV.
PROVISIONS- Pork, firm: mess. i r1f
JftoO; family. KI.OutiTS.00; short clear. ti;0
(Ui l.00. Reef, Meady; mess, IIS Wu 17 Al;
family, lis iv IS ,o. lrd, easy; middle
west, $10 4.V11 10 .v..
TALI.OW rrni; city, Ic; country, 7Wj
fl4-; special. C
HI TTK.lt Sleazy; receipts, tuns;
creamery extras c2 secret. 33c; creamery
(hlsher scorltm, 34c; firsts, L'Sil32c; sec
KtKIS Firm; receipts. cases;
fresh sathered extra fine. Hfii37r; extra
firsts. 3V; firsts. X'-.'ii4c ; aeoondn. l
3?c; nearby hennery whiles, fine to fancy,
SiXfNlc; nearbv hennery browns. .Tfu"'.ic.
CHKESR-Steady; reclpts, I.4! pack,
asres; stale whole milk flats, held spe
cials ISc; average fancy. rWTr; cur
rent make specials, 17il74ic; averane run,
POCI.TRY-Alive. meady: western
chickens, liic; fowls, xr; turkeys,
dressed quiet: fresh killed chickens. irW
27c; fowls, 14-ii is V; turkeys, :4f.'i.c.
Kansas CHy 4; rain Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Jsn. 14. WHRAT-No.
;2 hard, I.15tft.; No a
1 Mav. $1.1ili; July, $I.MV
I SiNo. 2 mixed. 7oc;
I No. 8 white, 70'Jr.ie; ,-o. .1, w; ,m i
'yellow. 71c; No. 3. 7(c; May. .4V; July,
No. 3. ffiVflWV,.'
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Liberal Ran of Cattle Founds the.
Prices Down More Hogs
Than Last Tear.
HOGS PRICES ARE HIGHER
OMAHA. Janiury 14. 1WH
Receipts were: Catt e. itns-s. Sheep
.. 7. P.J
. . 107T1
Offlctal MnnlaV ...
K.stlmatn Frld.iy ..
Five das this week .::3
Sanio Hays last week ."! 3 vi
Same days 2wk a so. 10 077
Same n s i ka sko Is 3'U
Sania days 4 wka a Co 27.?'
Satno days last year 21. X
The followln table shows the receipts
or cattle, hoiis anil sheep at the Omaha
Live Htex-k market for the year to date
as compared with Inst, venr:
I'l'. fir. 'iv lec.
lla 1,7.!1 4I.ro 13.MS
1 lr.:.x:'4 lis,;it 47,hlt ....
Nheep 1iXl,tKl Il.s70 V..4"
The followlim table shown tie1 avenme
prices of hoRs at the nmnha IHe s:rk
market for the last few das, with comparisons-
.M. oi 7
Late. 11. Ilstt. 11914 IIHI3.I1!!-'. W
I 7 19! 1 Oil 7 I0 US
I 7 171 7 SI1 7 01 i
7 )' 7 13 S :
I 7 141 5 0l
Jan. 14. j
7 0.0 ,
I s u
S SKI 7 Ul
K. i 7 CI
7 ml 7 u
7 w' 7 14
$ wl 7 lti
K (. 7 24,
I 7 VJI
7 Ml 7 0i
S oil 7
s lfi '
i 3 7
17i 7 7
oA 7 7
I 1 a .1
it 1 s i" 1
I (I 4J
vli S !3
7:.' x l
7V S 3s
( S lx
Dividends payable January 1 and July 1 each
year See or write ua about it. You can buy one or
more shares now at $107 per share. Remember! This
stock is guaranteed to pay lco on par value, but has
always paid more.
Authorized Capital, $300,000.
Hastings & Heyden
1614 Harney Street.
Art'cle1 Opan. Hlrh.j l-ow. Close I Yes'y.
May. 1 2SSV,
July. 1 22W
Oats. I I
Jan.. IS 00
May. 19 624
Jan.. 10 90
Mav. 10 90-87
July. 11 02H
Jan.. 10 37H
May. 10 92-J17
July. 10 mt
Jtral KstMte Loans, Mortgages.
WIS are ready at all times to
make loans ou first-class city
property and eastern Nebraska
farms. Rates on request.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO..
212 S. 17th St.
t TO 6 for loans on best class olty
residences in amounts 12,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1622 Farnam St.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEKB REAL EST ATM CO..
101S Omaha National. Phone Douglas 271
1100 TO $10,000 made promtly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Bid., 18th & Farnam fits.
MONEY oif hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder, City National BankJBldj.
CITY proertV Large loans a specialty.
W. 11. Thomas. 2-' Stale Bank RldK.
FARM and city loans at lowest rates.
TOLAND & TJUJMBULL, 44S Ree I'.hia-o
CITY-and "farm loans, 6, f4, Per cent
J, H. Dumont ft Co., 411 State Bank.
ucr CITY LOANS, C. G. CaHberg. 310.
u 12 brande.s TheaterBjd.
6 MONEY. " HARRISON A MORTON".
Abstracts ot Title.
WHEN buying real estste have us com
pile your abstract. Gl'ARANTEE AB
STRACT CO., Rm. 7 1'attersoii Blk.
Doug. 2947! -
i ttiJti Title guarantee and Abstract
Co. a modern abstract office.
305 S. 17th St. Tel 1. 64:.
BEBU ABSTRACT CO. oldest abstract
offlca in Nebraska. Brandels U'nea.
FARM AMD RANCH LANDS
J0 ACRES; rood Improvements, farm for
sale or trade. Write August Krejel,
Golden City, Mo., owner.
no YOC WANT TO JOIN OCR EX
Cl'RSION TO SUNNY FIHtlDA
Ti liAV. Till" F.H 1HTKENTI I .'
tiur destination la "VEKO,, ON TIU-:
ivoIAa i.ir..t Nl KAIT t ()AT.
THE IAALlSli OF AMERICA." No
mailer wneiinr you want to nuy lain
or Just wsnt to ao for an outing,
will le pii'ased to have you take ad
vantage of tne cheap rales and go with
ua ve can neip i mase your tnp a
pleasant one. You are under no ob.iga
tion to us we want your company.
Heddins Heddinn. 31.1 Brandeis The
ater Bldg., for particulars and rates o
100 FEET ON 24T11 STREET
Will sell or give long time leuse on
favorable terms. Located right for a
sure advance in value.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
919-20 City National. Doug. 3962.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Traalac an Cloatac
Prices on Board of Timae.
CHICAGO, Jan. 14. Rising tempera
f that tended to dissipate fears of
weather damage to the winter crop
I ,i ich to do today with brlnning
in. . a setback In the price of wheat.
The outcome was a nervous close at f
c to V'Uc net decline, with May, $1,274
and Julv, $1.2V Corn lost Wka to
14c; oat's, V'l4c to and provisions,
10c to 16c. . .
Setbacks In the value of wheat begsn
when an official forecast Indicated the
worst of the cold wave had been en
countered and a gradual Improvement
In conditions woi.ld follow.
Better weatl eased corn aa well
aa wheat. Reports that corn waa being
bought to come here from Kansaa City
tended further to put the bears at a dla
advantaiie. ... .
Oats gave way In sympathy with other
cereals. Eastern demand was only mod
Free realizing- bv holders pulled down
provisions. The chief Incentive to sell
ins: was the lowering of prices on grain
'"fhlcago Cash Prices Whent: No. 2 red.
nominal: No. :l red. Il.21fil.264; No. 2
hard, 1.2;!4til.23S: No. I hard. V-V
1.20. Corn: No. 2 vellow, nominal; No. 4
vellow. 72V74e; No. 4 white, 72r74c.
bats: No. 'J while, WaV": standard, 48
MiHSUc. Rve, No. 2, Uti'MiMiC. Rarley, (WW
i. rr.1 .1... .uiAii. TV- nlnvAr fill III!
IIS . Pd'U. 1 liiiui'iji, .F.wfc... ,u . ww....,
tAT9 No. 2 white, 45(f f.4c ; No. 2
mm?TTK:n'reamei-y. Xlc; firsts, nic;
seconds, .'c; packers. 19o.
KOOS Firsts, :";c: seconds. 20c.
POCLTRY-llens. IV; turkeys. I.e.
Minneapolis CJraln Markel.
MTNNEAIML1S. Jan. 14.-WI1KAT
"y. II 2Vul 2.-.4: x,July. I1.544H i.SJS;
No. 1 hard, $1,304; No. 1 n";h,;';"i 11
MHii: No. 2 northern. $l.21Vu l.i4;. No.
CORN No. S yellow, it.i.4c.
OATS No. ;i white. 4r4i'''4c.
FLA X-2. 3.'.'ii'.'.:ii'.
St. Lonls Oraln Market.
ST. LOl-IS. Jan. 13-WHF.AT-No. 2
red S1.32(tfl.a3; No. 3 hard, nominal; May,
a. m.-..., 'O.l llllv II IM.
'IVVt- jw.,7r-7- 2 white.
fi;re: May. 784c; July. 'S'c
OATS No. 2, 4rilf)4c; No.
May. 4H4c; July, twin
I.lierpnol Oraln MarHet.
LIVERPOOL, Jan. 14.-WHEAT-BpoJ,
No 1 Manitoba. i:is 84d: No. 2, Via d:
No! S. 13s 4d; No. 2 hard winter, new. Us
'"coRN Spot. American mixed, new. 10s
St. Lonla tiraln Market.
BT. UOV1Z. Jan. 14.-WHEAT-No. 2
red $1 S04; No. 2 hard, 11.21.
CORN-No. 2, 744c: No.. 2 whl l. Jjjo.
OATS-No. 2. VcW.l No. 2 white.
xnrtxr vnnK. Jan. l.-t.irrm-inBin
further soatterlnpr uu uauon -
r rs tit-4 hviihir '
the market for coffee future-
,hae,er fifffi1" rovUnf wari1.
pea" buying. "Reports that freight rates
Pr" iJ;..n t Scandinavian counti l s
. . i . .1 . inntnrrow. uiv"if j
u.in. .innHv the market, while
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
A GOOI little stocK iarm lour tunes
from Blair, reo., ail gooa uonom ianu
will saciifico tor casii. R. Martin.
Little Falls. Minn.
FOR BALE Best large body of high
grade, meldum priced land in Nebraska;
very little money required. C. Bradley.
Wolbach. Neb. o
IT IS warm in the oxarks. Farms all
sties. Will grow anything- Write for
W. 8. FRANK. 21 Neville Block.
SALE OR TRADE.
Irrigated truck farm. Rio Oranda
Valley, Texas; 40 acres, all under cul
tlvstlon. Good Improvements, t-S City
Nat l bank Bldg.
Py greater returns on the amount In
vested than any other business enter
The paper shell pecan, grown at
OCEAN SPRINGS on the MISSIS
SIPPI Gulf Coast, is the fineet NUT
grown anywhere; they will average
42 to th pound and bring the grower
FORTY CBNTS TER POUND.
Pecan trees are long lived, living for
a hundred years and more, and In
crease in value with age. A pecan
orchard will not only provide you with
a home in a delightful and healthful
climate, but produea you a SAKE and
RELIARLE Income for yourself and
children. It is the best form of In
surance that can be bought and the
lowest In cost-it Is a OUARANTEH
against becoming a mortgage on un
of the nut from our own nurseries for
the asklnp. All of our orchards are
Planted from trees taken from our omn
nurseries. of the SCCCESS and
STUART variety, the best and most
prolific of the soft shell pecans. Our
WW PRICES will surprise you and
the terms-EASY MONTHLY PAY
MENTS without Intercut, will prove
attractive. Our liberal contract, cov
ering ACCILBNT, SICKNESS, ISS
OF EMPLOYMENT or DEATH will
meet with your approval. A liberal
discount will be made for all rash.
Let ua give you full particulars.
Call, write or phone
W. T. SMITH CO.
D. 1. City National Rank Bldg.
Thirty-two milk wagons for sale, cheap.
Johnson-Danforth Co.. ltth and Clark.
HoKSE and light psring wagon for sale
cheap. 6;i7 N. 11th St.
HORSE and wagon for sale. Tyler 1US.
HAY-I7.W ton. A. W. Wagner. 801 N. 11
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
MXD grain. 100 lbs. $1.76. Wagner, 801 N.1S.
WHENEVER you are considering sell
ing or buying a used car and you want
full value for your money or you want
people who are willing to pay for what
ther are getting you will have no re
gret if you buy or advertise through
the used car column of The Bo. Phone
11914 Hupmoblle coupe, elec. equip. $7W
1 )Jlj Monitor tourinK. brand new.... 76
11914 tf-cyl.nder Mudebaker touring. 660
1 191B llolller, 8-cyllnder touring S"0
11914 Oakland touring 4J4
1 Melz roadster lot
Auto Cleanna House, :'2'i Farnam. D. $310.
FOR SALE My Detroit electric, old
model, but In excellent condition, prac
tically new batteries. Price $fjU. W. A.
Mautrr. Council Bluffs, la
WILL take car on my 8 room modern
residence, 8. 32d Ave., Omaha. Owner,
Ho. 341. A. I. Flnlav. So. Side.
AUTOMOBILE & general Insurance fire.
theft, liability, etc. ART THATCHER.
1217-18 City Nat. I . wil.
In good condition; very
cheap. Call Douglas
BARGAIN'S 'n fllirhtly used and demon
strating tires. Zuiebel, 2018 Farnam.
I . 4ST8.
Ifono-I H truck i'V N'ebraaks Rol -k Serv-
j ice Station. 1914 Farnam. TelDotig. 721.
CO., Douclae 7819
UPPER WISCONSIN- Beat catry ,nd I
smi in me un:in: nettlera
wanted: lands tor ,., t olv prj,.,., on
easy terms. Ask for booklet ." i on Wis
consin Central Lard Grant. Excellent
lands for stocs raising. If lr,erest In
fruit lands nk for Ix.oklet ou air e or
chards. Address Land and industrial
Dept.. Soo Lin Railway. Minneapolis,
In r 'i' b'd . , 'n yo d condition. Box
126. Keneaw. Neb.
Aata Livery and t.aracea.
were, mu . u...... u An.arlcun
beins attracten irom uouui
norti to the gulf by the high rates be
Fng pa?d on' shipments of cotton to
hT'market opened at a dedln, of
6 to points, hut fully recovered the
loss with May selling up from .. 0.- to
7.1io and July from 7 2o to 72ic. The
market closed net iinchunk-cd to I poll is
higher. Sales. 17 760 hag;: .""ff,- ??
February. 6.99c; March. k;, April. ..lit..
Mav 7 16c; June. 7.20c; Jul). i.i.c.
AiiKUBt, 7.30c: September, 7.1's-; October,
740n7 November. 7.4f.c; Dceii.lar l.Wc.
Spot, siea.iy ; m '. . '
4 84o. Cost and rretgni siiuai.on
reported unsettled with Santos 4s quoted
at about .Uu.20c. Enkllsh re"1'"-.. .
The official caniea rii -
of 75 to 1 rels in tne iirazinan iiir'-
Ith Rio excnanne on uuimini, v. ........
I . . i i.. Ht.i.'Li tnrket.
KANSAS CITT. Jan. 1 4 . C A TTLE R
celpts, 000 head; market steady to stronir.
primo fed steem. $8.60r,i.2r,; dressed beef
L. . m h.,1- western steers. $'!..Vf
8.50; southern steers. KOO.OO; cows, $4 .00
r7.A); heifers. M.O0.0O: stopkera and
feeders. Iii.0lK.lt) puns, so.uu'ieu.u",
IK'iTaRecelpts, 7,000 head; market 6c
to 10c higher; hulk of salea $b'7 20,
heavv $7.16f7.2fi; peckers and butchers.
$7 040: llSfht. WW26; plBS $H2iKa.
SHEW AIN1' uims" L awsMnift
1 1 . ..i,t atrnm: lamba. $9 7TW0.76,
yeirlinia. $8.204,0.26; wether. JWgj
ewes, l8.GOgn.26; Blockers and feeders, $0.00
St. Lanls Llva Stork Market.
RT IOUTH. Mo.. Jan. 14. CATTLE
Receipts. 760 head; nstlve beer steers,
$7 50.Mi; vearllna- steers, sn.ix-n ..'. -"
and heifers, $S.rktt9.; stockers snd feed
ers. $6.00tfr7.2V. southern steers. ti.i(l.60,
cows and heifers, H.w'jv-"; nnt7 .a.-r.,
$s.0W0 W ....... rVt
HOGS iieceipts, u. "r"l:r
tower; plus and 11hts, $8.2fn7 X,; mixed
nd butchers, i.."'(ii.u".
tOrl:f- . .. T .ua ti,.lr... 1 ift
market sleadv: yearling wethers. I''f
j.2.'.; lambs, I'J.Ofvii IQ-tt; ewes, $t..J.Vrt i.'S.
biosi 1 r " - " -
SIOUX CITY. la.. Jan. 14 "A TTLE
Receipts. 1,000 head: market steady: na
tive steere. $S.2T48.0; butchers. $.-,.40ril.10;
stockers and feeders. t!,.2Mn.X.
lltXIS Receipts. S.ViO head: market
16c, to 40p. higher; heavy, $7.hVa7.30; mixed,
fi 9f.ti7.10; light. $S.7r.j1.9&: bulk of salea,
MKKP AND LA MRS Receipts, 2n0
t. .?o.etli I.tve Stoik Market.
BT JOSFiPlI. Mo., Jan. 14. CATTLE
Receipts, 800 head; market, steady; steers,
$7 oocoO.tnl; cows and helfera, M-Ooyfl.M);
ua Res. $8 0fii7l9.75.
HOGS Receipts. 6.000 head: market Ml
10o higher; top, $7.30; bulk of sales, $7.ft
feBHEKP AND LAMBS Receipts, 4,0.
head; market steady; lambs, $l0.(ii lu.7u.
Stork la Mt.
rtecelpts of live stock at the five prln
rlnsl western markets:
C"1 Cattle. IIoks. Sheep
rim.!,. ;:4, 11 '"I Ji.'"'
U.n.M. i'ltv " 7.0K1
Sioux City !.'!
St. Louis 7o
CATTLI- -Receipts were somewhat I
more liberal to.lav owlnif to the moilerat
inir weather In the west and the attrac
tiveness of prevailing prices. lUHvrt
front outside markets, however, were not
very encotiraginir and all classes ot buy
ers started In bidding lower figures. Utile
were In many esses as much as 2'ic lower
than )esterday, but bulk of the trariin
up to noon on both beef steers and ro
stuff waa st prices that were around HMD
1.V lower than Thursday. Quality was1
somewhat better than usual and bulk of j
the fair to good cattle sold around $7. bow
In stockers and feeders business was
very quiet and for the most iwirt prices
showed no particular change aa compared
quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves, $H.2f4fK.76; fair to good beeves,
$7.M)4i.10; common to fslr beeves, il.iif
7.4"; good to choice boifera, $i.2&a'i-00;
uood to diode, cows, $b.7o4fu60; fair
to good, cows, Jo 2tVii).7!. common
to fair cows, 14.000.00. good to choice
feeders, ItkhAm 7.4h ; lair to good feeders.
;.4tK(Hl.S0; common to fair feeders, $R &o-
6.4U; good to choice stockers. $7.00!r7.tio;
fair to good stockers. $i.3fu'7.00; common
to tslr stockers $A.6mrri.3r'; stock belfers.
$V.7.1.7.".; stock cows, $4.7bltl26; stock
c.slcs, $.r.i(U'7 W: veal calves. ll.OufcUW;
bulla. stiiKS. etc.. tl.7Mli.26.
No. At. Pr. No. s. r.
M 1.114 7 It U. 1011 1 it
) 1171 7 M
HOGS Just a fair Fridav run showed
up, 111 rivals footing up something like
l.M cars, or ll.uw head. The flvo dus
siipply amounts to 0O.AO4 head, being
.':UM smaller than last week, and shoui.
l.OiHi short of two weeks ago, but larger
then a year ago by 14. mm head.
Shippers had very urgent orders, and
started out right from the Jump buying
aood butchers and heavies, and soma of
the beat lights at prices that were 1M
:0c, hikI In spots as much as 26a higher
than yesterday. Majority of their hogs
were hoiiKht at fi.wul.J). some selling
as high as 17.30.
Reports of a probable weakness in
prices at Chicago led packers to try to
bug hogs at steady figures. They wera
no against an unusually bullish bunch
of salesmen, however, and soon rsised
their hands to a lc hinder Imsls. Even
a dime advance could not move the hoiis,
thouuh, and before much was done kill
ers had to fall In line with shippers, and
they llnallv filled the htg end of their
ordera at IMO'c. higher figures. Packer
trade, while slow on first rounds de
veloped a fair tlegree of activity later,
and a fair clearance waa made in good
season. A couple of late trains carry
ing upwards of twenty loads found the
early strength practically all gone, and
were met with bins that were very little
more than steady with yesterday in
most cases. There were also a few of
the early hogs left at this time, al
though most of them had been cleaned
up. When the last trains arrived moat
huyera had filled their orders and left
the yards, and last rounds were nearly
devoid of competition. Prices paid for
what hogs sold on the close showed that
nearly all the early advance had Isen
lost, and at noon there were still sev-
eral loads In first hands on which hov
ers were bidding about steady with
Bulk of the sales landed at $7.00fit7.20.
with tops at 17.30. Averuge cost today
was the highest since October, slthouxh
tops fell a nickel short of the November
high mark. Current values show a 4k,
5ne ndvance over last week's cloae and
are fully DOc nhnvp this tfine a year 111,-0.
NEW YORK ST0CK MARKET
Unsettlemcat Caused by Ac.te Con
ditions in Mexico Dis
pelled. MUNITIONS SHAJXES GAIN
NEW YORK, Jan. 14.-Tb unaettle
ment created yesterday y acute condi
tions In Mexico was considerably dispelled
t'iay in consequence of assurances from
vsh!nrton and other official assurances
ror a tlmo. however, shares of compan
ies operating In Mexico were under se
lirr". rr",r",n'' but moved forward In the
final hour, Mexican Petroleum maklns
nil extreme gain of 4' points a. 114
and American Smelting 2 at ir.;.
Shares of monitions i nmpnnles rcco, -erert.
some huoysntlv. from low pr're
of the m d week. Crucible Sterl leading
ttio rl,.c W(n , overnight na n of 9 t
to i.;v Concurrent strength was n'mu-
by l.ethlehem Steel. wh'ch advanced
.a points to .S sod save color to. ..i.na
that Intereaia M tliat romps it v h:ul
i'lred a lsre hliv k of t'rnc'ble.
other utmin mt.l net, re war issues -clmle.l
Italdwtn and American l.ocom.'
Ile. Studeliaker. Amerx aa Car. l"Tfs"l
Steel Cur, Lackawanna, Steel. Gr s
Northern Ore. Colonuto Fuel and h
Motors. Thets was morn manlpulntl" I
some of t lie h nil pr.ce.l war prod'.i
peeHltie.i. notalilv American -IVntlnets.
International Nickel and m-d
S:ates Industrial Alcohol, the latter sror
j" ew record 0:1 its gain cf ,y to
Mercantile Marine stocks and bonds
were the aln.net and viost sobs antlal.
the stock rlsirg In -i and .he 4',
per cent bonds one po!.ir to ! .. both
new records. I Callus. n .Marine bonds
cniistluitetl the real leatiir of the -nnd
iiiaikct and str.nuthcned the b.-llef that
events are shaplns trwnrit 11 r.ettlement
of differences Iwtween opposlns; Inter
ests In the company.
Asliic trotn tlie strength of M.ir nes. the
Isind market was Iricjulur. Totsl sal's,
par value. SR. It a,,ee.
United States iHiniln were uivhanged
Number of sates and leti'liig quotations
on stocks were as follows:
llt-'. Hith. Iw. tin.
No. A. Xh. Tr. 1: At V Pf.
1,4 TH Ml KS 14 11.1 1'Jil M
k 1S1 . ...-! m 516 341) 7 Ifl
41 ..! ISO 1 l 2 IM 1.0 7 Hi
7:. si ... 7 is .i mi ... 111
70 X ... T 12', 3 .,, 7 16
71 Joo ... T 1r, si) i'.i.l ... 7 1JU,
7ti 20 ... 7 tn r.t :t ... 7 to
III Hi ... 7 SO
41 1M ... OS U ISt . . t 75
Industrial Oarage Co.. M A Harney Sts.
Anio Henalrlaai and Palatlog.
51 1 seel la aeons.
$!0u reasrd for magneto we can't repair.
Colls repaired. Bsysdorfer, 210 N. 18th.
FREE winter storage when cars are
painted and repaired. Johnson-Lanfortn
Omaha Radiator Rsp. Co. 2038 Far. I. MOl
HAVE YOU A FARM FOR DALE?
Writ a good description ot your land
and send It to th Sioux City ('a Jour
nal. "Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-five words every Fri
day evening, Saturday momintt and
every Saturday evening and Sunday for
one month, giving sixteen ads on wlvi
aiiiereni aas lor 91, or so words, $4, of
lb words. W.
IargeKt circulation of any Iowa news
paper; KAias) rds tlal y ks lour grr4
Aoto Tirea an4 Snppllrs.
HJCBUILT. $2 00 TO $5.00.
DUO TIRE CO.. Mil Chicago 81
66.3011 ty.vio 2t;. 4t)
bargain in used machines. Victor Kooa
m. 14 u nasi -.. - -
NEW YORK, Jsn. 14. SCO A IV No
change was reported in raw sugar today
and prices were steadily held at 4 S3o to
4 62c for centrifugal. $.fc to S.7&0 for
molasses and for Cuba, cost and
freight. Futures were flrj". Influenced
by the steadiness of raws, and. ae offer
inga were light, pricea advanced moder
ately, closing 3 to 7 points higher. Kebru
sry sold st 3.40c, closing st X4lo; March,
3 41c to 8.40c, closing at 3.45c; April. 3.4:tc,
closing at 8 48c: Msy, 3 64c. tn I one, closing
at S.EfcX; July, 8.64o to 3.fc, closing at 3.64c.
NEW TURK, Jan. 14. MFTA LR-I-ead".
IB W Spelter, not o.unte1. Copier: Finn:
electrolytic, $?4 0m'.'4 2S. Iron, steady and
unchanged. Tin. quiet at $41 00 bid.
London market not receird.
LIVER!)! Jan. 14.-4 .VrTON - Spot,
easier- good middling. :fJd: mldilllns.
loi low n04dlUg. TM. Satea, $.
SHEEP A good Frldsv run. the ac
cumulation of the last two days, put In
an appearance this morning, estimated
supplies tiring lorty-eigm cars, or u.iw
head. Tho total for the week to date of
4,407 head is more than 3,0.10 short of
last week and 9.000 smaller than a year
ago, altlinuuh heavier than two weeks
ago by I6.0110 head.
Hit vers apparently had need of every
thing here and despite the fact that
prices were so high yesterday a freu
movement started In good season at gen
erally steady pricea Best lambs brought
110.76 again today, while hulk sold upward
from $10.40. several hunches of good
weighty liiiiilm touch'ng $10 tf.
Most everything waa cleaned up by II
o'clock, although at noon there were a
few loads of welifhty Ismbs still unsold.
Prices nre fullv 7 higher thsn a week
ago . when hulk wss selling downward
from ?to no and tops brought $10.06.
A fsir supple of ewes was Included In
the day's receipts, but most everythlntf
sold In Thursday's notches. Rest here
asaln reached $7 15. while hulk of the
rood stuff went st 7.n ana netier. as
Im the esse of lambs, aged sheep and
yearlings are around 7Vt up, as compare!
wl'h last Friday.
Feeder supply was most too scant to he
worthy of mention again today. Early
In the week a fair amount of half fat
stuff was taken out for finishing and
shesrlng but since Tuesday there ha
been hardly anything here In the feeder
Quotations on sheen and lambs: Lambs,
good to choice. SI0it"170 7i: Ininhs. fair to
good, $10 .IVnMO.W: lambs, clipped. In (v
$60; yearlings, good to cho'ce light, f 7o
m 76: vesrlinss. fair to choice lieavv.
7MVrr50; wethers, fair to cholca. 17 nrxf)
7.76; ewes, good to choice, $S.0(u7.1j;
ewes, fair to good. $fi.O0i6.9O.
42 fed ewea
714 Colorado ewes
?2S Mexican ewes
217 Colorado lambs
6'S fed lambs
'M fed lambs
H Mexican lambs ,
Son fed lamba
77 fed lambs
40 fed lamhs ,
4f9 fed lambs ,
421 fed lambs
American Meet Susar. ..
American lnniiintlvo ..
Amortcsa S a H
Am. r M Din
Am. Hiinsr Rerinlns ...
Amerli-sn Tel. a Tol...
BoiSwtn Iv-omotlve ...
lultlmnro tlMo. ......
ltrooklTn Rspld Tr
Caltfnrnl Potrnlouni ..
I'btupMta a DM
rtiLoso, M. St. P ..
inilmait N. W
t'hl.'asn. H I. T. Hy
Onlnrada FMI A Iron..
i ruoipi twaoi
Donver a P. O. pfd
ni.tlllara' s.irttlaa ...
Omt Nnnharn pM
Ileaat No. Oro ell
Inlarhoeoush t'se. Corp..
K'inasa t'ttir Houtbors....
yillrllle e Nashville. .
Mlsannrl. K. T. pfd....
Now York .'antral
N. Y., N. H H
Norfolk a Weotara
Parlflo Tol. Tol
Pullman rauna Car
Pay Ona. Coppor
Hopublla lnis Si Stool.,..
Soul horn Parlflo
eltudohaker tvmpany ....
Too a 1 roppor
t'nlon rselrlo ptd........
t'nltad Htstos Rlool
tr. . gtool pM
Wsstlnrhnnoo IVtaotrio ...
Watnafi B pfa
3 4 0
11 7l tl.t",
XI. IIS) 10,'
I HI in;
t; ni 1 1.1
l.v 45 i
10 1 .'a
100 , 1' I
1,2a) 1711. 17.
f'O li'44, l!la 1:'l,
DO I .S4
jno 1(T'4 lo.
4.44W 47 V,
U.t) ll lli'
1.3110 u;, is,',
l.enn 74 . n
4 4 rc.'la
t.t)) KIJU, 10!
f.700 Uk' I :t 7 a M7:
1 too 'Pk
11. TOO i
10.S.O 457 S
Intornatlsnal Marino pft. 47 4o-
tiiicr;o l.ivB xTopk mrki:t
tattle Wrak Hogs Weak sheep
nilCAOO. Jan. 14.-CATTL-Recelpts,
JO.Onn head; market wak; native beef
stesrs, pi bfrntt so: western" steers, $A.W1(
30; rows and heifers, $3.30.(i60; calves,
Ij, xisi Receipts. 30,000 head: market
weak lc to iV- under yesterday's average-
bulk of fales. $rt -.7 ST-; light. $675
ttl.JO; mixed. $n Hi.iT.40: heavy. $6.00) 7 40;
rounli. ia7.ii'; pigs $:i.5tri.70.
SHKKP AND LAMH8-Recelpts. 10 0V
kad: market firm: wethers. $. W7.a,
K SoVa Jamat 4a.4un71e.so.
Total aalao for th day. 7M.6) abarea
BBADSTREKrit TR ADR ltBVIBW
Good Rnslaess, Plenty of Money and
NEW TORK, Jan. 14 -Bradatreet's to
morrow will say:
Good business, plenty of money, high
prices, activity In Industries, Improved
collections. Increased wnges. oolj weather,
anticipations of extraordinary activity
the coming aprlng and scarcity of numer
ous klnda of materlala feature this
week's report. Cold weather over a wide
area has hampered trade In some Interior
regions of the southwest, likewise de
luyed railway operations and mall de
liveries, but In the larger sense the me
teorological conditions have acted as an
additional tonic to final distribution.
In consequence heavyweight goods have
moved from the handa of retail dealers
In full volume, and. aided by sea sons 1
rlearance aales, stocks have been fur
ther reduced. Hales of dry goods for fu
ture delivery are exceptionally heavy,
perhaps the heaviest noted In this ses
son for three vears hack, and feara of
deficient supplies from mills sliesdy
backward In making deliveries are very
general. Industry In general is employed
to full rapacity. steel mills are
sold six to seven month forwsrd.
prices continue to sosr, mills sre not
hooking fsr ahead at current nrlces and
wagea are at a record high nolnt.
Weekly bunk clearings. 4.777,6i),000.
New York Money Market.
NTCW TORK. Jsr. I.. MERCANTILE
PAPKR 3P por cent.
STERLING KXCII A NOT - Sixty - dav
bills. J4.7HJ: demand. $4.76 VI; cshles,
14.77'i. Francs: Ormand. S J; e-he,
$, M'4. Marks: Temand. 7'rc; rabies.
7C"';e. Kronen: Ieniand, 1?c- cables.
V'Uc. Glhlera: Drnv.nd, 44c; chlea. 4'c.
Llres: Demand. S6.76: cables. M.75. Rou
bles: Tiemsnd, S0c: cables, 304c.
HII.VLR-llar. 7c; Mexican dollars,
RON OS Government, steady; railroad.
TIME LOANS Steady: sixty and
ninety days, ;Vl3i per cent: six months,
2 per cent.
CALL MONEY Steady: highest. I per
cent; lowest. 1 ner cent: ruling rate,
1, per cent; last loan. 2 per cent; clos
ing bid, 1 per cent; offered st i pev
Clnstnw quotations on bonds today were
H Mo Par (. lie,
t K. V. C deh ... ir
ItlliX y (ty 4'- 1 Miv
tn) N. V. sisi" 4U...i.;i.
T. N. It. it
V er 5a. res
V. ft. la. res
An coupon .. ..
V 8. 4a. res
Panama ta eounoo
Am Hmal'ara Se. .
.11') rr. 4a
.11 It No Parlllr 4a
A. T. a T. r. 4l. . .l-'7 0. 8. I, rr. 4t ...
Armour a t o. 4'..o. . ra-. T. T '
Atohlaon sen. 4a .. tv ponn. on,. 4Ua...
Hal. A Ohio 4a...... '? do sen. 4lia..
On. Poelfle la. 0 aHni sen. 4'....
Chea. A Ohio 4ia . fi-vag. K a w p r. ..
C n Q I. 4a "'-So. Par. rt. it
C M S f 4'..1"'"V to 4
C R t P. r l. Rullwav a...
:. S. rot. 4Va. :. .'t nlon Pontic 4i. . .
1 . oo rr. 4o
7'l'4r. S. uhhe- U
IM '.f. H. Steal la
Waraah (a. ...
)"Woot. ) olos 4l..
t'aWeot. "-.' r L.
1 ' Anxlo Fronrk ia
n a b. o ret.
Frtr sen 4a
r.on. Klorlrlr .W. .
Ot. No. l' 4Va
111 Ten. ref 4a..
K . C So. ret. ..
I N uni. la
M K T. Irt U
.) -. i.
Rank 4 learlngs.
OMAHA. Jan. le -Pank eringt r
Omaha today ver $.7.lioJ M).4. anl f ei h
corresponding day last veer $3 !W.70.7".
NEW TORK. Jan. 14-COFFEE-Fu-tures
closed unchanaed to I points higher.
Sales. 17,7uO bags. January. llr: Fet.ru
srv, 99c; March. 7 06c; April, 7.11e; May.
7.16c; June, 7 Jnc; Julv, 7.36c; August. 7 J0c;
, . L. . , . . . n T .1 W. ' K.'AVni.
'her. 7 11x:: December. 7.j0c. Spot, stead-':
1 " a. . n .. 4d a 1 f r. mt b n ,1
ilo is, . c n . --r . .
freight situation was reported unsettle.!,
with Santos 4s Quoted at about t IHi t
fMc. English credits. Cable rcprte4 de
clines of 75 to 10$ rets in the RraxlHan
markets, with Rio exchsnge on London
Advertiser and custorresr profit hy thn
"Claaalfled AtT hsbit.
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