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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1916)
Til I. MM.: OMAHA, Wh'PN KNDAY, .IANTARY 1f. lllfi.
FOR RENTAP'TS AND FLATS
S.H DEWEY AVIi
NEW AND it-to-hate '
ONLY TWO l.KKT.
3 rooms with ft-room accommodation;
strictly modern, hss two built-in bods;
latest lighting fixtures; excellent loca
tion: n'eelv decorated; Individual
porches; 1t) to 4u.
H A STINGS A H ETDEN, V.HJIarney Pt.
FtjRNISHBn ro ms that offer every mod
ern convenience and comfort In private
families or boat-din houses of t ri hlh
eet class will b found in the Furnished
Room column ot To Bee. Pbona Tyler
RE A L EST AJ E-EXC HANGES
l' ACRES, Holt Oornt'y. Nebraska. Lavs
practically level, snn.ly loam anil, ran
all be cultivated. lrtce. lio per acre.
Eastern loiut. ll.tiM) duo In about 3 rmr.
6 per cent. What have you to offer for
equity? Address TJM, rare Hop.
r 1 1 ' H k X r J 1 A N U KHT a crea" I iT t 1 1 ebeei
Irrigated country; 7-rooin concrete
brick houw, will finished; other build
ings good; i acrea alfalfa; owner
wants well equipped garage In central
Neb. W. H Smith. Wheatland. Wyo.
I GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Bulls Dominate in Cash Wheat and
4-R.. aunft Harney. NKW. excollent loca
tion: has sun parlor, built-in bed; $.17.60
summer; $(2.50 winter; sublease.
HASTINGS HKYl'KN, 114 Harney St.
VERY choice 4 or 5-rootn steam-heated
apartment on West Farnam St. ,
JOHN W. ROBW1NS. 19Q2 FARNAM PT.
ST. n,AlRE, 21th and Harney, -ronm
apartment. Call Harney 47
17TH (Wr.. all
mod. apt.. I.1.V60.
, Dong. 1lin3
FIVE-ROOM ateam heated Bpnrtment.
very desirable, the Chills. Vista, 30th
and Popplrton Ave.. U2.b 322 Bran
den Theater Bldg. Pons. 1571.
WARM. COZY Al'AKTMKNT
Finn apartmimt of four mom; and
bath, nicely decorated; oak finish,
ateam heat, Janitor service. Everything
first-class. See It and you will take It.
SCOTT HILL CO.
cTXisiE-fN apartments, l-r., n od put heat,
Nice location. S'5. D. K. Buck Co.,
12 Omaha Nat. D. ?EC.
An 90-acre and acre tract In cen
tral Florida for good Omaha property.
CHARLES E. WILLIAMSON,
tn? Pa ton Block.
Tel. Douglas gl"7.
TWENTY acres fruit and alfalfa farm,
nearlv jnlns Grand Junction, Colo
Highly Improved. Price. 7.0"0. Clear.
What have you to offer for It? Address
G a.", care Bee. ?
7-ROOMS, strictly modern, Omaha real
ilence. Well located, practically new.
Want western land for my t-SVO equity.
Address M ?, careJRee o
FORTY acrea. lliinola land. Price. 3.n0i.
Clear. Will exchange f.r western land
Address F 371. care of Bee. o
CORN MARKET REMAINS FIRM.
fits, the close wss virtually at the lush
est point reached this season.
Corn was Inclined to draff, but the
strength of whent ftnallv acted as moie
than an offset for bearish Influences. A
good disl of notice wss taken, thoitch.
ef the fact that cxpoit bids were lower,
and tliMt the prespect was for decidedly
liu reascd receiple.
at showed independent strength
hipnliiff sub's amotip'ed to ti bush
els and thrc was continued talk the.t
ints were n In.i wide a discount as cot
patcd with cetn.
I'oik and ribs advanred, not wlthstsnd
ltir that hud throughout most of the
ilav wss tindi'r hav scllttm pressure
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
OMAHA. January IS, 19ni.
The local carfli t'.iaikct waa very bullish
fr, F ?" . B;-ncr81 "n,""be,ause of efforts that lard owners marl..
.Jl T hty nii '"' "arkeu , ,ke ,,rofi, investors were the he.s!
ft...... 1.7V . ",vl,V' "'r.?1 ' buyers of ribs The demand for pork
from 1 to : cents hmher. while oals n0-,tw flom phorta.
Minced from 1 to cents. C,caBo Cash Prices - Wheat No :
Ihe demand tor .veiyitunn was excel-lrrn nominal; No. .1 red. ft ln1 J7 No
...I. i wimiiu nave easily taacn care uni hr1 Jt ivvw -ikv N'n i i ti
1.2V Corn: No. 2 yellow, nominal. No
la about 1V0 smaller than both laat
week and two weeks Sffo, but is over
twice large aa for the same days a
Y" k - m ... Ci .4 ' w were 1 1 1 1 in a pwiimn ninimi
Fair Tuesday Ran Of Cattle Goei at! this morning, and sellers having learned
jesieniav tor tne rirst time in nays tnei
I there waa such a word as decline, were
, aiaiei Tor another lesson in prne-trim-I
mlng todav. Yesierdava trade was very
i uneven, opening steady on a few choice
TTAnC I light lambs snd closing a quarter lower.
XlUua Today packers started out to buy
! Istiihs on about the same basis as yes
terday s close, that Is liVf2,- telow yes-
Steady to Ten-Cent Higher
BIO DEMAND FOR ALL
OMAHA. January IS. 11.
MOHKIIX HOPSE 7 rooms, basement,
closets, pantry and bathroom; half
acre set to fruit; hot and cold ier ,1
over the house Phone Benson 620W.
MOVING AND STORAGE
"GLOBE VAN & STORAGE
Mores, moves, packs, ships. S-horse
vsn and I men. S1.2S per hour; storage,
U per month. Satisfaction guaranteed.
D.XJfc. T. 230.
Phone Pouslaa 2ss for complete list of
vacant houses And apartments; also for
tora ge. moving. 16th and Jackaoit Bta.
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage snd mov
ing. 21 N. Hth St. Tel.
I)ouglas 094 or Harney 1537.
Separate, locked rooms, for house
hold goods and pianos; moving, packing
'oa'h''va-N- AND 8TORAGKCO
g 8. 16th Bt; PnUBlaslfa
t ?, ii"i?rrl i-.xp Co., moving
J. Kj. LiiLlXJ P8Cmng and storage.
law Farnam St.
MAOOAKU van bioiagti
raeklng. storage and ahlppins.
FOR RENT-BUSINESS PROPTY
STORK. WEST FARNAM.
riean rent, corner. See Relchenberg
Bros.. 927 City Nat. Bldg. Tel. D
WILL remodel space, fti by t, for,,lot1A"
hall. 3d floor of Crounse Block. 119 N.
ISth St.. to suit tenant. CONRAD
VOPNO. Brwndetw Thea. Ioug.
SM ALL store room; very desirable; rent.
Buy this fine vacant corner lot for a
home or as an Investment. Price has
been reduced to sell this lot now. It Is
a hie bargain nmt to see the lot go to
the northwest corner of 00th and Isard
Sts. For price call
CREIGH, SONS & CO.,
Douglas 2"0. ."i0 Bee Bldg.
Real F.etate Loans, Mortgages,
WE tire ready at all times to
make loans on flrst-clags city
property and eastern Nebraska
farms. Rates cn request.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO..
212 S. 17th St.
TO 6 for loans on best class city
residences In amounts Si.000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PF.TKRS TRPST CO.. 1621' Farnam St.
OMAHA hoiuea. Kasl Neoraska farms.
O'KKBKK HEAL ESTATE CO..
1018 Om.iha National. Phone Douglas 7T1.
"lioo TO "fiO.UW made prominlyr F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg.. luth & Fiirnam Bta.
.VIONKV on hand for city and tarin loans.
H. W. Binder. City National Hank Bldg.
t-i'i'Y properly, iarge loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas. 2. Btata Hnk Hid.
CJTY and larm loans, i, 6Mt, i per cenfc
J. H. Dumont A Co.. 41B State Hunk.
f'iTV'iruSs t- f! l'urllirir Slit,
12 Brandels Theater Bldg.
6 MONET .'"HARRISON MORTON.
Mtorka and Bonds.
t orti i eiimitie.l firm, selllna from un
rhaiiged lo I .-eni Itlghvr, ittul the sales
Were qulto heavy.
Rye and bailey reielpta were both good
and the demand was good. Kye sold
lrom 1 to 2 cenifl higher and bariey sold
al practically unchsnged prices.
ClearancvH of whci mi t Hour were
cq.ual to l.iiOl.oM bushels, corn, 171, 0UU
bushels; oats, X0 bushels.
Wheat at Liverpool closed I'v6-Hd
iiigner; corn, iincnHnged to Id lower.
I'rlmaiy wheat receipts were l.OIW.WO
bushels and shipments KI4.i' bushels.
gainst receipt a of 1. 1 ".,", bushels and
shipments of fsr.ftt) bushels last year.
i rimajy corn rei eipts were l.oii.ow
bushels and shipments 44 !. bushels,
against receipts of 2 2i,ii bushels and
shipments of WOi bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 74n.(n bush
els and shipments of 7"4.GX bushels.
against receipts of l,034.nm bushels anil
shipments of titi.oio bushels last year.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
Kansas Cltv .
St. Louis ....
.No. 3 hard
l IS; 3 chts
were reported today:
2 hard winter. 2 cars, II. 1.
winter, 1-ft car (Montana),
l iti; 2 cars, ll.la; A cars.
PNCLE SAM oh stock at a sacrifice of
ppni tt M nr. ndvprr nun nnr. in ' "
non-stockholders. 9 cents; I."i,0(i0 shares, jl;"-.?'
LV. T .1. fnush n Friuerton. Kan. :sciei.i
Abalraels ot Title.
:C2 ' Brand els Theater. IouglaaJ37L
MODERN store near postofflce; low rn.
Q. P. Btebblns, 1610 Chicago.
WANTED TO RENT
I nf nrnUhrd Honaes and Flata.
Vts SIK; weather bad lor moving,
.nevertheless we need more houses. Out
your vacant property on our list. Tbos.
I.. McOarry, Keellne Hldtf. RedJU44. ,
HOUSE West Farnam or Dundee, fiva
or more liedrooma; will lease 3 years;
responsible; no children. Address C olt.
VA EST FARNAM
Hullt about threw years, strictly mod
ern, located on a &0xl3i-foot lot; paved
street; one block of Farnam car line;
this is worth investigation. For addi
tional information call
h i. vtt-Fairfield co.,
2U0 Omalm Nat. Hank Bldg.
Near Clavkson Hospital
V rv well hullt. pressed brick, two
apartment imlldiiig; rented cheap at
t- a year. Price, IS.OuO; terms.
(i lover & Spain,
'HA-L-O CltyN'at. Doug. M2.
-UM. LOTTAGE BARGAIN
Vim.t Parnum district; all modern, in
fmo condition, cut front lot on paved
sireet: close to Leavenworth street car;
't block to school and adjacent to valua
l.l.j jirotM-rty; .ot 4;xl j. it you want a
blu' narKSln Tel. H 716
WHEN buying real estate have us com
pile your abstract. Ouarantee Abstract
Co.. Rm. 7, Patterson Blk. D. 2W7.
guarantee and Abstract
a modern abstract office.
m ft. 17th St. Tel. D. 64S7.
ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract
In Nebraska. 20 Brandels Thea.
FARM LOANS i eastern Neb., of -vost-crn
Iowa. Toland & Trumbull, 414 lico
Advertiser and customer profit by the
'Classified Ad" habit.
FARM "0 RANCH LANDS
1 14"i,: 4 cars. II 14. 3 cars. I1.1.V: 2 cars.
11.13; I car. ILL'S. No. 4 hard winter. 3-5
car (Montana). Il lti; 1 car, $1.13; cars,
$1 II; 4 ears. 11.10'k; S cars. $1.10; 2 3-a
cars, l.u; 1 car, ll.ns'; 2 cars, 11.0s; 2-5
car, 11.07. Sample, 1 car. $1 IN; 1 car. 11.04;
1 cur. 1103. No. 2 spring, 1 1 car (Mon
tana). 11.20. No. spring, 1 oar. $1.1(1; 1
car, ll.l.i; 1 car, Si . KSW. No. 4 spring. I
ear. II .00; No. 3 mixed, 1 car, II. In1?: 1
car, 11.15. No. 4 mixed, 1 car, 11.10. No.
2 durum. car, 11.1ft; 1 car. 1.14S. No. S
durum, 1 ear, 11.124; 1 cor. 11.12. No. 2
mixed durum, l car, $1.15. Parley: No. 3,
1 car, 70e. No. 1 feed. 1 car, Stc. Corn:
No. 3 white, 1 car, (?!c. No. 4 white, 4
cars, f7e; 3 cars. oc; 3 cars. 6tC. No.
S white, I car, Gfi'.c; 1 ear, ORc; 1 car,
4c; 1 car. 6.",c. No. fi white, 1 car, 6?e.
No. 4 yellow. l'4j ears, fiTc. No. 6 yel
low, 2 cars, MVo; 1 car, S4c. No. fi yellow,
1 car. r.21'. No. 3 mixed, 1 car. 6S4e. No.
4 mixed. 2'4 ears, 67c; 2 cars. vc; X cars,
iWc; i car, RiPac No. 5 mixed. 4 2-3 cars.
HTic; 1 car. liSc. No mlxeil, 1 car. Klr;
4 ears. fi24c; 1 car, fil'sc; 1 car. file.
Sample, 1 car. i74c; 4 cars, 00c: 1 car.
.Sy'e: 1 car. iwo; 1 ear. M Oats: No. 1
white, 3 ears. 4s No. 4 white, 1 car, 4fic;
1 car, 4Tic. Sample. 3 cars. 44c; 1 car,
4"He; 1-3 car. 4:!c. Rve: No. 2. 1 car,
9.14c; 1 ear, ?.V. No. 3. 1 car, !Dc. No. 4.
1 car. 90c.
Omaha Cssh rHces-Whest: No. 2 hard.
!1.1vil.l: No. 3 hard. I1.11iffl.1: No. 4
hard. $l.0(T?i 1.13: No. 2 spring. ll.lMrl.2tv.
No. 3 spring. ll.13fnl.1K; No. 2 durum, $1.1 4
3 durum, ll.ll'Vo 1.134: sample,
Corn: No. .1 white. Mr!c; No.
hlte. Mfitlc: No. 5 white, fi44'i,e; No.
i white, 61',c.V: No. 3 yellow. 470c: No.
4 vellow, fi7'ni74c; No. o vellow. Sji4ii4e;
No. 8 yellow, il44i4b1e.: No. 3 mixed. (W
SSMic; No. 4 mixed. fi0ff7c: No. 0 mixed,
MW(i4; No. 6 mixed, a4fi34; sample,
fi4fo74i oats: No. 2 white, 4r,VT47c;
standard. 4V,'T(44c: No. 3 white, 4riV?i4tic;
No. 4 white, 4ft4fiic. Barley: Malting,
fWWJc: No. 1 feed, Wdt'iSc. Rye: No. 2,
924'ii34c; No. 3. DKrfOIc.
Chicago closing prices, furnished The
Bee by I,ogan Bryan, stock and grain
brokers. 315 South Sixteenth. Omaha:
SEW YORK ; EX KRAI, M (RKKT
4 vellow. 73"i744e- No. 4 white. T2.1i'
7T!t;r. Oats: No. 3 white. 44-a;,ic; stand
snl. My. Rve: No. ?, II f'4. Bat lev:
SLV Scd- Tlmothv, $.". ru7.7r. : clover, 1 eo
(BPLVi. Provisions- Pork IW ejiwifSViv .
lam m t!f n v nna, invNrtn
RPTTFR-FInn: ereamert ll'nWy.
POOS -Higher; receipts, 3,77S cases;
firsts, 3.V; ordinsrv firsts. 31r: at mark
cses Included, "4't7"u.
l'i)TATOV-lowrr. receipts. 27 rsrs;
Michigan. Wisconsin. Minnesota and 1
kota whites, ll.oinf .o:; Minnesota and Da
kota Chios, !M-fiil.f)
I'OFLTRY Alive blsher: fowls. 1c.
spring, 1m-; turkeys. He. 1 ;
Qaotalloas nt the Day oa Varloas i
. 1 Jan.
NEW YORK, Jan. 1 FLOPR Firm;
spring patents. $H lofu-1: winter natents.
Of,; winter straights, $.7rwrv !.
WHEAT Spot, strong. No. 1 durum
11 444; No. 1 northern. Duluth $1 4'4. and
No. 1 northern, Manitoba. l'. VV f o b.
New York. Futures, strong; Mnr ll.:f-
CORN Steady; No. -. yellow, s7'c, c. i.
f. New York.
OATS epot, Strong, No. 1 white. oi'.,4i'
1 1 AY Firm: No. t. I1.2?'Mi1.;5: No 1.
$1.1S; No. $, 11.00. !
HOPS 8tea.lv; stste, common to choh e. ;
1915 crop. lfink:: 114 crop, 6'ti9c; Pacirio
coast, 1915 etop, P1il5e; 1914 i-rop, SftlO.-. !
HIDLS-Fiim; Bogota. ;i'.ilc: Central I
receipts were: Cf.tt e.
Official M0n.l1 .- S.4M
Two days' totals 1...K.4
i Snme days last week . .H.372
' same 2 weeks ago V.y,
Sunie 3 weeks ago 11 CK
Ssnie 4 w eeks sko 7
I Same days last sr ... KV.9
1 1 vll
terday's market, and while sellers fought
'the decline, hu ers came near to csrry
1 lug their point. In a spot or two prices
were no more than a dime A wn, hilt
most ssles looked fully I5 below Mon
day's general market, snd In some In
stances a quarter reduction was quoted. I
Best light Mexicans brought $10.1, while
bulk went at Il0.j;ii o ; tth a few
hunches as hlsh as llOrt) Despite thai
early dullness a fair clearance was made '
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Trading More Circumscribed
Changes Result from Bear
AN EXCESS OF PESSIMISM
The follow ln I. .K.,- . It, a roelnlSlby lloon.
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the Omaha; ' the aged sheep dl
Live Stock market for the vear to date'ere Just moderate, but
a full 1i(Uh-
is coiupaicd with last ear:
(!,; pn In-
Cattle KZ: 4 R77 IS.4W
Hogs 20I.7M 131 i1 7 :t. I -
Sheep HCOOd l;ut,73
The following table shows the average
prices of hogs st. the Omaha live stoi
market for the last few days, with coin-
ne, one wss enrorcen in most cases
Pec. ) llesvv wethers at H.M were sleadv with
,estcrday, hut ewe values slumped I
everv rase, best here bringing i S... w ith
17.7:54 n pr'tty good sort st l',.7;.
1 ue strength of the feeder demand
1 was proven Ihis morning for the first 1
Mime In a week when the scant arrivals
! of feeding lamb sold at the blithest !
11. ip.;i. 11914
7 lol I OK, I I 14
J 01. CO T Ui
7 13 I 0 Oil
T 111 I I" 7 so, as
1. II is; 7 S
II 17 1717 911
Jan. J.1 $ 50V 1 sol
4.. 4f4 7 04
K I 41,:. nt - Ml m
& I . m a mm, m rmt m mmi m, a
I !( IN IS1 IW"
Jan. . .1 I at i ti 74 8 2h T o2l 6 0tM T s 1
(Jan. T..I 72i. T 00' 7 W T II 1 1
Jan. S..1 fii.4 90 7 Ml T 14, $ 191 1141,
j Jan. .. 1 5 90 I 0i T 11 09' 7 IT 1
Jan. 10.1 M 7 24, 03 T M S3
! Jan. II. T74 1 70 7 121 10 7 75 9 Is I
, Jan. U. fc!4 70 a 04 a n 7 7X 2 I
Jsn. 13. IKS te 7 Ml 7 K 7 73 I 14 I
, Jan. 14. 7 04 idim Tw 7 6 9 W ;
i.lan. 16. 9?4 7 9 11 7 111 15
i Jan. 17. t !Vi 6 fti 9 07I 7 i:- 13 7 W
I Jan. IS. 7 H 6 74 7 M, 6 04 1 7 71 3 44 1
tndav. Holiday I
city, 8c; country, 74
receipts. R.9 tubs:
America. 3ite. I
PROYISIONS-Poik. firm; mess. IJ0 00
MVSn: familv. $22 tic 24 l; short elesrs. .
$l..rjr23.i. Beef, firm: mess. $!H.5mr!7 .1111;
family, lis 001 -I9..V). Lard, strong; middle
West, $10.vr, to.'.lo.
LLATIIF.R Firm; hemlock firsts, 3:'
S4c; seconds. 3?(if.13c,
'Xc; soeclal, 9c
creamery extras, S3tfi34c
seconds, zaliC. I
fXiOS Steady; tecelpts. 9 071 cases;!
fresh gathered extra flue, 3kxc; extra
firsts, 4'(Air: firsts, 32 4 ft 3,1c; seconds,
.1 K11 12c. i
niKTCSK- Firm; receipts, :a boxes;!
state, wholo milk, held flats, specials se; j
average fancy, 17-Tio; current make, spe- 1
clals, 171441174-'; average fancy, Wtrf
IILTRY Dressed, strong; fresh
killed western chickens, lfi(nC7c: fowls,
i:tWn'lS'.c; turkeys, 2.vi2tc; Alive, unsettled.
lieceiins and disnusltlon of lis Slock
ttl II, m fni., C ....i. mtm-Am itmim. for I 13
twenty-four hours endlnn at 2 n. m. vcS- I
I prices of the season A psrt of a load
1911. 11911. 11911. 11911. of WyomliiKS rem hed 19 !0 w ith, a cut at
io, and other feeders sold as high as
9SA These prices are far hlaher than
I the best figures paid up to this time.
l ot It I as been so long since anv lamlo
of feeding weights were here that com
parisons sre out of the nocrtlon.
Quotation on sheep and Inmhs: I .stubs
good to choice. 10..V.! 10.K.S; Inmbs. fair to
roid. lli'.l'W) lO.X'i; lambs, clipped, t S 71K
yearlings, good to choice light. $ 7T,
9 00- earllngs. fslr lo choice heavy, J W
r3 50, wetheis, fair to cho'ce, 7 Avtf; sft,
ewes, good to choice, 1A (tmTii.S.1; ewes, fslr
10 -ood. I (V( 00
Rpresentstl e ssles.
No. A v. Price
19k fed ewes
1 fed lambs
H'. ted Is nibs
192 led Ismbs
227 fed lambs
South Dakota feeder lambs.
South Dskota feeder lambs.
337 fed lambs
240 fed lambs
C . M. St. P..
U a hush
Missouri Pacific ...
C. N. W east...
1 '. & N. W., west . . .
'., St. P.. M. O .
C, B. A Q., east....
('., It. & U . west...
C, ll. 1. P.. east.
C R I. & I'., west.
Chicago O. W
Cattle. Ilogs. Sheep. Hi
v. ;1 1
M) l.i ..
27 1 1
48 II 1
OMAHA (KMtRAL MARKET
Total receipts ..3ul
Morris Co i4 2,Hu3
Swift and Company... .l.lSo 2..107
cudnhy Packing co....l.53. 2.4MI
Armour V Co l.2n 4.4M
IJ. W. Murphy a,20
Lincoln fucking lo ...
S. Omaha Pacaing Co.
. H. Vansaut Oo
Heiiton. N ansant A L..
Artielel Open. I Hlgh.l Ixiw. Close. I Yea' y.
July. II 2244'
Corn. I j
1 MS1 1 24 1 31SA
i ziyTm 1 -
20 00 20 10
20 35-20I 20 .'16
10 974!H OT-10
H 15 11 ai
10 90 I 10 9241 10 RT4
May. Ill 20-17111 25-27I 11 15
Com.il.. 11.211, r.ASV PAYMENTS.
I'. Moc. .'II urandels Theater.
WHICH WOPLD YOIT RATHFR HAVE?
20 HKLOW ZKRO WKATHKK,
DISCOMFORT FROM COIJ5,
IXSSfc;S FROM FROZEN STOCK,
FARM OPERATIONS SUSPENDED,
WEATHER LIKE OCR 8PRINO,
MA KINO MONEY EVERY DAY
PLANTING PROFITABLE CHOI'S
OR HARVESTING OTHERS?
In Florida there Is rarely u day that
the f.rnipr ennnof turn til .l,n . i c.rt.irl
advantage. ! Kf at urea of Ihe
Below we quote a letter from a Prices on Il.Mird of Trade.
former Nebruskan. Head how lie U . fiilCAOO. Jnn. Pi Wheat soared
... . idav to a new htuh price record for
iunt,iu 4.1 r tAJiviiA. M'llli CrOP.
. .1 .ivcrnool.
1 nave just iinisnea planting six ,i,,. ,i uiih ihe Canadian itov
acrea of Irish potatoes for my extra '.inrnent buying at Winnipeg, was chlcrty
early crop. My hogs took first pre. , r..,p0nl,,,.. The market closed buoys nf.
mluni at the county fair, and my neigh. I ., p , :1, ,)p, higher st II 314. for Mii;
bor eat first premium 011 penviue hay."jrill(i 11.24V, f,- .1 1 1 1 v . Com gHlncd Vnl.o
, . . . . . , , ,,, , to c, and oils l'!4.e to I'.c. In pro-
The Irish potstoes referred to will ba vision the outcome varied from 15c de
harvested In March, and bring prices ,cine to a rise of 22'-c.
unknown to northern fanners, as Willi i.;xoopt for the" "transient setbacks,
also the larger plantings a month later, v.-hont wnB on the upgrade througlioiJ
The potato crop will he followed bytho session. The leading bull Interests
corn or other field crops, and this is, here achieved control ss soon almost as
frequently followed by a third crop. , trading had fnlrlv begun, and were ably
There is something green all the time, MBSHted bv the seaboard In taking the
and the delightful all-year-round ell-! aUrra off the market nu.l in puttlnft
mate makes farming most Interesting horta to rout. Reports of cold weather
as well as profitable. No one crop , dan1Rj, to the fall sown crop gave ai
country can compare with It. Oura are. , additional stimulus to buyers, and so.
res 1 farm, siorit ana trues, tanas. nllnn -tin u-nni ih.r receints both In fcho
4 IIICA4 4iUAI9J AM PROVISIONS
Trading; and Closing
An hdvunce In quotationa at
with enlarged acceptances
BEEF CUTSnibs: No. 1, 184c: No. 2, 1 '. 11. lwls
lG4c; No. 3. l4c. Loins: No. I, 204c, 1 1 luston a Co
No. 2, l.sc; No. a, 14c. Chucks: No. 1, !c,.,l. t Root & Co
No, J, fc-V; No. Z, iV- Hounds: No. 1, , Hull.i .
13ic; No. 2, 12 V: No- 3, llc. Plates: 1,. . Miisz '
No. 1, Wc; No. 2, 4e; No. i, 7c. Hoseiistock Bros. ......
I In lie inntr. vaiiioiinu Sunklst, .' o K.-ilogg
navels, Mh, .,! bux; California Sunkisi ( 1 theliiicr & l'egell
navels, 8s, j box; California Sunkiht n ,y Hamilton
navels, i.s, li", I2.su box; California Sun- ,-ullivan Bros.
klst navels, 112s, 12.75 box; California Sun- Rothschild Krebs
klst navels, 12i, $.).() box; California Sun- n. A Kan. Calf Co
kist navels, 150s, 2s, Ms, $3.uU box; Crf.ll- Christie
fornia Sunklst navels, l'Se. $.175 box; Roth
California Sunklst navels, 200s, 210s, 250s, Movers
$4 00 box. Ijcmona: Gulden Bowl, 30os, linnner Bros. ........
$5.00 box; Silver Cord. 3t)s. Htins, $4 50 box. John Harvey
Grapefruit: SHs, 4ii.s. Ms, $1.75 box: 4s, sits, eunls & I lands ...
14.00 box; extra fancy, all sixes, 14.26 box. Kline
Grapes: Malagas. IT.SiKfja no bbl. Hatmnas: Jensen A- Lungi-cn... .
Medium sue bunciies, ll.:vol.7 bunch; , other buyers t2i lilt.
medium sixe Jumboes, 2 oi'q'J.au bunch; 1 . , 1
regular slxo jumboes. I2.5oro2.75 buiu hii Totals 7 452 14 177 1 4 23S i
extra Urge Jumboes, luncfl.! bunch; catti K.R.pnim. I....1- Lm.m
n.mmnih lumho. ti um. -t ir. i.on.i, I L 1 TLB.-Racentg of cattle were mod -
. ... - , .- i"', iiiiih l v the offerlnaa nn v fal.v hnl
'demand from both local packers and out-
sinn outcners wss active and trading was
t. I.oals Lire atock Market.
JT. 1A-)PI. Mo Jsn l.-CATTLFr-Becelpts.
3.5( head: market stendy: na
tive beef steers, 17 5o9 50; vesrhnir steers
and heifers, H.5orh1.8"i: e-iws, 5.5o4(7.0t;
Htockers and feeders, "v0'r7.25: southern
steers, $5.4i 50; cows and heifers, $.il
y50: native calves, fg oo) lo.M.
H(X1 Receipts. 11,3no head; market
higher: pigs and lights. I.2W7 55; mixed
and butchers, $7.40f7.; good heavy,
17 5"T7 V
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, I.9M
head: market strona: vesrllnir wethers.
$s oiit.25; lambs, I.OO'irlO.75; ewes, It) .25 1
NEW YORK. Jan 1 -Trading today
wss more circumscribed and changes,
mainly to lower levels, resulted lanrety.
If not wholly, from liearish encroach
ment. Among the trading element there
seemed to be an excess of pessimism.
Great Britain's proposed stringent block
sde and affairs In Mexico were cited ss
the chief reasons for this state of
Disappointment wss expressed, also, at
the failure of the January boom to mater
lallie. The local market has taken large
! amounts of American securities from Eu
rope since the beginning of the year, and
.this has acted as s deterrent to the usual
'January re-Investment demand. Ralls.
I with a few exceptions, show backward
ness despite excellent earnings; and spe
U'laltles, aside from a few of the closely
held and high priced issues, yield more
easily to pressure.
Mercantile marines were again the
dominant feature, the turnover In com
mon and preferred shares completely
dwarfing dealings In former recognlxed
leaders. Marine common made the new
record of 334 on Its advance of IV but
the prefrrre.i stock fell under weight of
profit taking, declining IS to 92V,, or .1
under Its record price of Monday.
I lilted States Steel, in which the trad
ing was smallest of any lor weeks, de
clined to 954. or a mere frsrtton over
Its recent minimum. The selling seemed
to bo based on Increasing doubts of an
early dividend resumption. Bethlehem
Steel wss extremely variable, at one time
railing U to 475, but closing at 493. a net
gain of & points.
Sugar shares and fertilisers moved tn
higher quotations, obviously In conse
quence of manipulation. Lnlted States
Industrial Alcohol featured the erratic
dealings of the final hour, making an
extreme gain of 9'V, to the net record
of 1454. Ihe rloaing was Irregular, with
partial recoveries lrom lowest prices.
Total Sales of stocks were Wo.OOO shares.
Bonds were Inclined to ease off with
Increased activity In Anglo French 5s.
Total sales of bonds par value amounted
1 nltcd States bonds were unchanged on
Kansas City I.lre "lock Market,
KANSAS CITY, Mo Jan. 11. CATTLE
Receipts, 12.000 head: market steady;
prime fed steers, $9..'vf9.2fi; dressed beef
steers. $7.10il.50: western steers. $rt
Miami t opper
MIOM'iirt. K. T. pit.
National I Md
Nevada 0ppr ,
Nw lorlt Central
,N. V . N. II H
I'ailtl,. Irl a- Tel
t'ulln.a.n I'aiar car...
hay I'on. Copper
Hepuhllo Iron 4 tftesl.
hnuilini Hallwar ....
I HiudshaUvr Company .
9 50; stnekers and feeders, In.uiiAiti.OO; bulls, i Tains cnmpanr
$5frtrir). calves, $ti5(VfilO.
HOGS Receipts. 17.000 head, market
higher; hulk of sales. $7.UW7.:t5; heavy.
I; .0)T.4.S; packers and butchers. !7.15o
7. so; lights, $T.0f47.S; pigs. n.4OH.90.
SHEEP AND LA M BS--Receipts, 9.000
ineso: marset strong; ismns, i" I'wiiu in;
yearllncs, s.2.4iS.50; wethesr, IZ.ovii-n.i o;
twos. i 5rttt) 7.23.
4 hlrato Live Block Market.
CHICAGO, Jan. 1'. CATTLE Re
ceipts, ft.nuo head- market weak; nstlve
beef steers. $H.ri'u) ;o: western steers,
$;.Hifi9.2fi; cows and heifers, $3.StH(.4ii,
! calves. $7.2iViJlO 50.
j HOGS Receipts, 2."i,f41 hesd : mark4
I fairly active at 2v shove yesterdays
sverHge; bulk of sales, t7.20-jt7.u5; light,
i 7.00'ij7.50; mixed. r.lW7.ti."i; heavy, $7.10
(iiT ".: rough. ;.10t(7 2r.; pIks. $5 7MP..
SHEEP AND LA M B8 Receipts, 1S.000
head; msrket steady; wethers, $7.25tfi
i 7.75: lambs, $9 2. 10.76.
stuffed, walnuts, $1.35 box. Figs: New
10-12 or., 95c box. Nuts: No. 1 peanuts,
raw, 64c lb.; No. 1 peanuts, roasted, 5c i
lb.; peanuts. Jumbo, 94c lb.; peanuts.
Jumbo, roasted. 94o lb.; English wal
nuts. No. 1, 164c lb.; English walnuts,!
No. 2, 134c lb.; filberts, 15c lb.: pecans,'
124c lb.; pecsns. Jumbos, 174c lb.; Bra-1
ills. Pic lb.; mixed nuts, 15c Ih. I
i r . . . ... ."r. . . , . . . i. . ...
v r..r. i iir.n rnmiwii: vviuie siock, j ncer Is s.'lllng at a
$1 20 bu ; western Nehraaka, $1.10 bu. i In stnekers and
brisk right from the start at oricos
strong to lic hlKher than Monday.
Cows and heifers shared in the general
advance and. in fact, anything at all use-
iui in tne way or Killing slock round a
ready sale at the stronger prices. Bulk
of the fair to aood l.ubu to 1. 350-pound
ranse of li.bOutf 25.
feeders the demand
Moai City live "toek Market.
SIOPX CITY, la.. Jan. 19.-T ATTLK
Receipts, 2,000 bead: market steedy: na
tive steers. $5 ."Ah 7. 90; butchers, $5.00fli.6O;
cows and heifers, $4.3.Vn 25: cannera, $.1.75
M 50; stoekers and feeders, $5.2ftr7.25;
bulls. 15 2'e6.35.
M HIS Receipts, 12.000 head; "market irtff
2t"c hlKher; heavy, $7.354t7.45: mixed, $7.2-Vr(
7.3.": llsht. 6 9Viir7.r.: bulk. $7.1517.43.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 700
hesd; market steady; ewes, $5.25 i 7.00.
t nlou raclfh-
t'nlnn Parlflr prg
I nltM iwalna HtMl
I . S. Htl ptil
I lah fotiper
W'vstarn In Inn
Weattnsho.ia Klsctrio ...
Watssh II pM
Intrmatlonal Marina pf,1.
Total aaltsi for tha dar. MO,onn shares.
Number of salea and leauing quotations
S.IOtl 14 7 37
I, 4 4
1.900 Tl 74 J1H
WW la lf.V 1.',
14. SW ill l lio.
imn n t .,
l.ln US ll Ul
WO 11(4 Hk4 'I"'
1 us m
I. no 171 ism lv-'i
l,;i S4Ti M"
l.no U ais to
t.ue M ll't cl'i
lb Wi VI 0:
root rn n
mo im l.ii',
in iih 14 1 ",
at re sr .
1.100 IJ7 17 V, J,.,
400 si m
4n.rO Sa SH4 ,.
o 1IT IHS U7,
8 000 rs 74
1.1m i w.
ft, MM . as ;i
400 410 4T 47i
I.HM m (114 31 4
to M . XiW M'
on stocks wcrti as
.. 9. (Ml
Sweet potatoes: $,i.no bbl.; Jersey, hamp- continues vigorous and movement unuaii-
ers, gi.ib hamper; soutnern. Hampers, l.50lally llljeral for this time of year, prices
hamper. Onions: Red, 3c lb.; yellow, 24c j being strong to a shade higher all around
lb.; Spanish, II.K5 crate. Cucumbers: 2.00;Siid Ihe moderate fresh supply changed
riox. Cauliflower: 13 00 crate. Cabbage: : Imnds In good season.
14o Ih. lettuce: Head. 11.00 dos.; leaf, 4ic Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
dos. Celery: Jumbo, 90c aox. Parsley: 50c beeves, $:.2.r!t.75; fair to good beeves,
dos. Radishes: 50o dos. Brussel sprouts: $7.50.10; comuion to fair beeves, $.Mi4
20,- lb. New beets. rarMit, turnips. 50c T.eO; good to choice heifers, $'1.267.00;
dox. Old beets, carrots, turnips, ruta- goou 10 choice cows, Bj.iti,ju; lair
baaoes. 14c lb.
MISCELLANEOT'R Cider: Nehawka.
$:1.26 keg. Honey: Comb (24 sectional, $.1.75
case; Airline, 24 slx-ox. tumblers, 1.90
case. Popcorn: No. 1 rice, 4c lb.; 40 1-lh.
packages, 12.50 case: Nebraska white,
owing to quality, 24r34c lb Cornpops:
Kornettes. $125 case: 4 case, $l.t!5. Check
ers, Crackerjnck. Chums: $1.50 case; 4
rHses. 11.75 Snlted peanuts: $1.25 can.
lloresradish: II 75 case-
to good. cows, 6.2ha. 75; common
to fair cows, 4 00(36.00; good to choloe
feeders. 16.h5W7.d5; fair to good feeders,
$H.404i 90; common to fair feeders, $6.6o$
4.411; good to choice Blockers. 7.(xyt7.;
fair to good stoekers, ri :tbj)7.00; common
to lair stoekers 5.vntr6.&r,; stock heifers,
..7.Vii.75: Hock cows, $4.75442$: stock
calves, $0507 60; veal calves. i.0WS&o;
bulls, stags, etc.. $4 75.25
l UKlUIiTUN 'S 1ST;
toomti, largo living room, corner lot,
j'.M 01111 leted, ft 1 icily modern, full 1
1 ... m in. nt. sun pnrlor 011 2d tloor, elo
('.Hiit lixtuies, hood neighborhood, close
10 kciiooi: inc. 11, 11 111 mi Arbor and ,'i.ilh
L u. CAJILBEUU,
312 HianJ. is Thealer Blilg.
i 1 ' Y ).s EASY TEKMS.
N c vuli sell you a splendid S-room
iiicierii house, with garage, only one
'lo. K lrom ; iclrt club and two from
It iiii-coin ra.k, nr. u payment of IJOi
...sh. balance $.';J per month ; puving uud I
ml luxes paid. uu cun t go wrung on!
' ' PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
1 lung, 1,1. Mli Floor Omaha Nat. Hk.-o 1
,;u Ai'HK- Dear Omaha lor lent or a I, on
laay l-rm :51S Duoge St. Ty.ar bli.
have cleared up our timber operations
and are offering our lands In falr-slsed
tracts in order to cloae the affairs
of the company, and when It cornea
to naming prices we have no compel!
tlon. Inquiries wilt bo promptly answered.
BENSON & CARM1C1IAEL.
642 Paxton Block.
FKH'HErt won't He; neither will I. ZU
acre-, Pipestone Co.. Minn.. $27.60u;
17.500 cash. $16,000 nine years at 6 ier
rent; balance to suit. M. L. Baldwin,
IT IS warm In the Or.arks. Farms all
s'x.s. W ill grow anything. Write for
W. s FRA N K. ?Q1 Neville Block.
A PECAN orchard at Ocean Springs will
provide a self-supporting home, pro
ducing a steady and handsome income,
and can be purchased on easy payments.
W. T. SMITH CO..
P. 219. City Nations V Bsn W Bldg.
Pi 1' Slu To $lu
1 er limnth of your pare money in
.MINNE LI SA lot. HEAL ESTATE '
is ihe FOl'NDATlON of all wealth, j
1 1 cant get awiy from you. uud if
you buy 111 a well located new addi- I
lim, you will not only ave bul MAhH 1
CHARLES W. MXHTIN & CO., 1
nWN E RS. -
A GOOD little stack larm four miles
from Blair, Neh., all good bottom Land
will sacrifice for ca.sh. H. Martin.
Little Falls. Minn.
Kansas III) tirala ana Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Jsn. lS.-WHEAT-No.
2 bard. 1.1'd1.5; No. 3 red. $1.21l.r5,
Mav. 11.224; July, 11.17.
CORN-No. 2 mixed, 70c: No. f white.
70c; No. 2 yellow. 71'?r7t4c; May, 7.".''i
7fcc: July. 754iWS.c.
OATS No. 2 white. 4Mp49c; No. 2 mixed,
BCTTETt Creamery, 31c; firsts, 29c;
seconds, 27o; packing, 19o.
l-XKi! Firsts, .; seconds, 20c.
lDl'LTRY Hens, 14c; turkeys,
northwest and southwest were on the
decrease. The biggest rush to buy wheat
earns dining the last hour or trading,
snd accompanied news that the Csnadlan
government was a purchuser at Winni
peg. Despite liberal sales to reallzo pro-
.. mmm. ! Futures opened steady: January
HORSES LIVESTOCK-VEH CLES" " J'y.
For Male. I The cotton market closed stesdy st a
, I .1 ... 1 1 ... , v. 1 .. t , 1 a
settllnK up my es- ,",- '
I 1,1 VEKPOOL, Jan. 1 9. COTTON Spot ,
steady; good middling, s.tiOd: middling
NEW YORK. Jsn. II. COTTON Spot
middling uplands, 12.50c; sales, 300
BARGAIN for cani; settling up my es
tate; a span of 2.7ou Ihs., tV-year-old
mules, a span ol 2, lM lbs. 4-year-old
mines; also 2,7')1 lbs. spun of IVreheron
mares In foal by Hig Jumbo Jack. Call
at barnln rear of J24S.24th St.
Thirty-! wo milk wagons (or sale, cheap.
Johnson-Danforth Co.. 16th and Clark.
IIAY-17.60 ton. A. W. Wagner. SOI N. It
Wanted. WILL trade forty horsepower, lsifi model
Spsuldlng tourjig car for horses, cat
tle or sheep. Address H S13, Bee,
LOT BARGAIN ;il!,t uud Oak, facing east
boulevurd. Mxll.i. collier for I.'j; see
nie at once. Tebbens, i 4in. Nt. Bk.
iCIlE, Improved, afur 11 a.m. Col. iix.J
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
FINE six-aiui'tmriil terrace, lielter
renter than tho average apartment
house; 5 big rooms, oak (iuish, slnctlv
modem and up-tcdate, bring in I2.5&0
per year; up-keep very litht. I'rice
l;2.jJ. It is a BARi'iAIN; well located.
D. V. SHOLKS CO.
li-l City Nat. Hk. Bldg. Doug. 43.
Wlaconslu Laada. I
"UPPER WISCO.SIN'Besr-7a ,ry and
general crop slat in the unn .. settlers'
wanted; I anus for sale at low prices oa
easy terms. Ask for booklet S4 on Wis
consin Central Lai.d Grant. Excellent
lands for stock raising. If interested la
fruit lands uk for booklet on apple or
chards. Address Land and Industrial
Dept., Soo Line Railway, atlunaapoli.
UTOMOBILESrfOF 1 SALE
1914 Ford touring, exc condition $225
1913 Metx roadster 150
I'jlrt Monitor touring, brand new 6.
I'.'H i-iylinder Sludebaker touring... 6.4)
1913 Ford coupe rf)
1114 Oakland touring, fine condition.. 42J
AUTO CLEA1UNU HOUSE.
Doub1hs WW. 2.1 Farnam.
RKDI'CB TIRE EXPENSE.
Duplex tires are good for 2.0U) to i.Dnn
miles' service; cost 2 to 5. Send us two
old discarded tires, or write and ask
' OWDt PLEX TIRE COMPANY.
Sf.lR Farnani St Omaha. Neb
1.000-LH. truck 125 Nebraska Bulck""
Servbe Station. 1914 Farnajn.
Phone Douglas Til.
AUTOMOBILE MUTUAL IN8URANCB
CO . Douclaa 519
low middling, 7.87d. Sales, 12.0
Minneapolis (irala Market
.MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. Jan.
W HEAT May, $i 3f-S'u 1 3o'.; July.
ihl.2V No 2 liMrd. Il.iif.,; No 1
ern. fl.314t'1.33; No. 2 northern
KM PR Fancy patents higher; quoted
at I7.1H; otlier grad.a unchaiiKCd.
BRAN $I7.WW9 50.
IJiKX-No. 3 vellow, 74T7e.
OATS-No. 3 white. 44c.
FLAXSEED $2. 37''rj 2 41V..
.100 9 tn
. 1 Ih 1
4 ; 11
ft 90 ft
ft to 10
ft 76 10
4 M 10
ft t II
I 4 10
ft in I
ft Ml 1
ft 1 1
4SJI 7 il
I Mil 9 00
STOCK ERS AND
S30 ft M .
IHH ft 40
HSU ft M
M.I ( (ft
771 T '
9(.T 7 10
2I 7 40
ft 40 1
at. .Inseph Live- 9tvk Market.
ST. JOPF.PH. Mo.. Jan. 1S.-CATTLP1-Jle.-wlpts,
1.900 head; market stesdy:
steers, 7.00ijl.t0 ; cows and heifers, 4.ih
1.50; calves, lS.OOtte.75.
HOGS-Receipts, Hl.Oro hesd; market
higher' top, 17.46; bulk of sales, $7.10r(r7 40.
SHEEP AND LAM BS Receipts, l.btiO
head; market steady; lambs, tl0.uOtrl0.Cu.
(off re Market.
NEW YORK, Jan. 11 -OFFEF-Th
col fee market was quiet today and fluc
tuations correspondingly narrow. There
appeared to be scattered covering at the
tart, ami after opening one point lower
to ono point hlulier, March sold at 6.99a
and July at 7.1Sc, or about one to two
points net higher. There was very little
denisnd, however, and prices Ister eased
off under ll'iuldatlou, with March selling
st 6. and July at 7.15c. The close waa
one to three point!, net lower. Sulea, 9.700
bags. January, We; February, 67c;
March. 6 95c; April. .99c; May, 74c;
June, 7.09c; July, 7.14c; August. 7.19c;
.Septemlier, 7.25c; October, 7.3uc; Novetn
I ber, 7.35c: December, 7.40c. Spot coffee,
j easier; Rio 7s, 74c; Santos 4s. Vic.
I It was rumored todav the cost and
freight situation was easier, and that
Santos 4s had been offered here as low
ss s.kOc. subject to confirmation. The of
ficial cables reported a decline of 3-l6d In
the rate of Rio exchange on London, with
sn advance of 75 rets In the Rio market,
while Santos waa unchanged.
Alaaka OnlS ,
Amarlraii Meet Sugar
Antarlran H. A H...
Am. S. IL PM ...
Am. Hi(ar Haflnlns Vf.
Amarlran Tel. A. Tfl 7U0 1374
Anaronda, foppar T.ftHO fts
Atehlann l.'iOO pn,
hMln lmmntln 17. IW 10
lialtlrnora a Ohio 2. 0 S
lixhlahsm Sl 1,1x0 49)
Hrooklrn lUphl Tr loo 97
4'sllinrnia I'.irolaum .... S.fen U4
' t snanisn I'nirie l.usi l,H
tviursl loaihsr ll."o ftn'
I hrsspeaka A Ohio l,7no 4V
I 4 -llli w .). W 90J1 144
l-Miim, M Ht. r....; ftOO 01
fhl.aso N. W
t hiro. r. I. a p. Br.. 4 am 1714
fhtno 4'npper S.7IHI &4
einrailo Ku.l a Iran 2.100 4T
. Ourlhle KmI 11,400 4
' I'nr t It O. pM
i Klatlllas.' Kacurlllaa .... ft.im 474
Kris 10.000 41 (i
nenrml Flectrle 100 170V4,
lrl Nonhrn pfd IKS
lr.l No. Or rlla l.l 4HS
fitiMnhetm Riploratlon.. l.ioo 9x14
Illinois Ontral 7WW 1074
Inlsrhomush loo. Corp.. I.nra) 1914
Inaplrstton copper lO.ino 4
Inlarnsttnnal llnrraMsr... 3m lies
Kanaas Hr Houlharn.... t.Oni) I04,
Ihi(h Valler $4nn
loulavill a Nashrlllo.... 31 14
Mailrms Potrolouni ft.7uo ul
u, ' j
Loadoa Stock Market.
LONDON. Jan. 19. American securi
ties barely moved after a fractionally
lower opening. Several bonds changed
hands st steady prleea.
SILVER Bar. 24d per ounce.
MONEY 44144 per cent.
DISCOUNT RATES Short bills. B41
54 per cent; three months, 54UJ'4 per
cars, or 20,500
hardly up to
Kvaporateri pples and Dried Frails
! NEW YORK, Jan. 18 EVAIfiRATED
APPLES-Dull fancy, t'tfi'i'-e; chohe, 7'4
474o; PlillH'. l'4''l-4c.
I DHIi;) PRPITS- Prunes, riuint; (11II-
foriilas, I'tll'.i': oregons. ilWt;. Aprl
I cots. ipiK I; i h.iice, I0.s-: extra choice,
H'fllPc; fancy. )2c. Pearlies, steudv;
choice. 54c; .xtra choice, 64c; fancy,
I f,4o Raisins, stesdy; loose muscstels,
i 74'iT14c; ctiolcs to fancy seeded,
HOGS Receipts of 2M
bead, while lllieriil. were
expectations, as It was trceiy predicted
yesterday that 3i) cars or mote would
pul loan appearance today. Total for
tliu two days is 32.493 head, being 2iu)
l.i.ir t . n lu.. u' ,.. L, 4 F4I. h.avllir
I than two weeks ago, and almost three
'limes ss Isrge for the same days a year
Sliipiiers had verv liesvy orders, snd
were buying hogs right and left as soon
us the market opened. They paid fully
!ic higher prices for anything thst suttsd
Industrial Garage CoT
20 Harney His
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Aato Repairing" aad Palallac.
Liverpool (irala Market.
LIVERPOOL. Jsn. 19. -WHEAT Sin,.;, j
.o. 1 Maiiiiui'S, lis 110: tn o. z, 1:1s 94d
No. 3. ILs ii'jd. No 2 hard winter, new
CORN -Spot, Ainerlcsn. mixed.
i P S lvl.
Fl.ol I; inter patents. 47s VI.
HOPS In Muidoii: Paiilic cuaat
.w re w a rd for magneto we can t repair
Colls repaired. Haysdorfer. 210 N. 19th!
1HEK winter storage when cars are
painted and repaired. Johuaon-Dauforth
Omalin Hadlator Hep. Co. 2o. Far. I).
A Ho Tires and kappllea.
REBUILT. $2.iw TO $5 00
DUO TIKE CO.. 16!l Chicago St
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
WANTED To Bl' Y.
Good houne from owner for cash; give
(mi tl, ulum. Address E 51C. llee.
HOMER plKi-om. about 65 birds. W hat -
naeyou tojrsue r iienaon ijb.
U.P I'xiii l'a u 41.7. awoer. Mii N i.
tl.lttl-c. I IM VIPSU.N MOTOR.' YCLr.a
taigniii in used .nuvhln.s. Victor Hoo.
"T' v Motuic) 1 ! Mill." ,'.dj leavcuwui 111.
M. I.oals Grata Market.
ST. MH'IS. Jan. I. WH EAT No. 2
red. 11.32th 1.36 : No. i hard, nominal. Mav.
11.364 : July. $1.2IV
C4RN No. 2, 754e; No. I white, 764c;
May. 77V; J"'. "'7''-
OATSNo. i. 4744fic; No. : white, SO'e.
nil aad Rosla.
SAVANNAH. Oa . Jan. 11 TURPEN
TINE Firm al &o'c: sales, 77 bbls. ; re
c ll'ls, 113 bbls ; shipments, 24 bbls.;
stocks, 22,666 bbls.
PosiN-Firm; sales, l.lsl bbls.; re
ielpta. I.OMW. 1, bis.; shipnienis. 4.J1 bhl. ;
stoi k. li"..:--1 bills, (quotations: A. B 1'
I and E. $.'. F and G, 1, 4..; II $5 :m. I,
$..."-'.; H. ..:; Al. I'l.n, N. $..",; WG, $7. In
U , 7 .7 ...
tio in. buylnt a good share of their hogs
nl ir.lWii 3t), and paying as high as 17 3o
,i,ii several occasions.
it whs a ery slow deal on early rounds
!ho far as puckers were concerned. Owing
10 a wreck at the entrance of one of
t. clinics unloading whs s little de
llayed. snd buyers were apparently wail
ing until the big end of the day's sr.-
rivals waa in Ihe pens before starting
They certainly msde up for Inst time,
though, when they finally did gel going.
Flisl offers of i0o higher prices were re
fused In nearly every case, and as every
thing was In th sellers' favor puckers
were soon scrambling to get hogs al a
l.V advance lng before the close as
much hh 2Mc higher wss psld in msny
Instances, and 111 spots Ilk-lit hogs were
as much ss s quarter up. Figuring on the
boKs that were fold early at no more
tiian loo hlKher I rices, of which there
were few, the wen. ral market was 10(ti25c
hit-tier than Monday.
The unevenncMs ot the market brought
a wider spread in the bulk, the big end
of today's offerings moving st l7.0fi7.25,
with a good allowing aa high as 17. JO.
NEW YORK. Jan. 1. METAI iMd
$5.90. Spelter not quoted. Popper, firm;
electrolytic, $24.0024.60. Iron, steady and
unchanged. Tin quiet. 141. On hid.
At Mindnn: Spot copper. aV&u 5n; futures
H5 10a; electrolytic. 115. Spot tin, 1:173
l"s; futures, 174 10s. Antimony. 125.
I.ead. i.."J 17a 6d. Spelter, a1.
OMAHA. Jan. 17. Bank clearings for
Omaha today were $3,4.4T),273.0I and for tha
corresponding day last year, $2,921,548.57.
NKV YORK. Jan. 19.-8UOAR Raw,
firm; centrifugal, 4.3Mf4.61c; molasses.
3..T6ir3.4e. Refined steady. Futures opened
firm today on continued support from
trade Interests and buying by commission
houses. At noon prices were I to I
points net higher.
Dry Goods Market.
IM R. WHEAT GROWER
jrr wiu a.t tov to nrrmMATi
; IacrnOsW rW rWarfjjissss, Sttml Strmm.
NEW YORK. Jsn. 19..-DRY CkJOHH wxa-jasfsrnaf ygaiitssi and muiat faissmf
Cf!li!m. KTA1 ""J1 .yirl" Wr" f.'r.m. t0d".y' I1- ' 9ar mad st traai 9 W ft par Ww.h.1
with trsde in cloths more quiet In the tk.. 1 b,m .. .T TT
gray goods division. Finished goods were '"T?, ' "" la Toe-a aa asattla.
In steady demand and woolen fabrics , fW a4HUy' eras is SMmally assaum
were active In dress goods and men's 1 rln4nTam Wasat." sag for year losisa lease
wear. n will mii mall saaipie for Ifta: er 10 Ins. br Psr-
aaa Tmrnt far 11 a T. A. ICoOU. Taa Hlaa.
!Sew York Money Market. ! atem Whoa Kaa. Vseaoar. WaaMaa-ioa.
.r.W lOKH, jsn. 19. MERCANTILE
PAPER S-f)34 per 1 ent
STERLING EXt.'HANGE Sixty-day
bills, 14 714; demand, 14.764: cables. 4.u.
SILVER Bar. 5tr; Mexican dollars.
BONDS Govern ment, steady: railroad.
MoN KY Time losns. essy; sixty snd
ninety days. 24'n'24 per cent; six months.
Per rent. all money, steady; high, It Is sn unnecessary risk. Use tha safe
1 per win, low, .-.j icr cm; ruling 1
rate. 14 per rent: last loan. 14 per rent; antiseptic and germicide. Absorblna, Jr.,
..n.l-.u l.l l. . n rt , -...1 - t IT
per " cent. I"'1 k,lla rm quickly and surely with-
Cloalng quotations on bonds today were j out any poslbllty of harmful results.
I lliaun U ft IUIC IIT-I LfaTI, IIWII" (OIDOIIUUV, 11111
Don't Use Dangerous
V 9 r.f. ts.
0. K r
0. g. 4a. rai
Pans ma fta coupon..
A T T. r. 4a
Armour g f'o. 4 '-a
AO hlann san 4s
Hal. Ohla a
.'n Paelfle 1st .
4-hea 'Mo 4Wa.
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m e r 4,s
t C H
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On ilwlrtr Sa..
lit So. lal 4V,a.
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. 114 No Pontic 4a
..Ill do la
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4Pae. T T fta....
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9'1'. headlnc aao. 4a.. .
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Ii.i WaljN.h lal ba
V4i.Wc. I mnn 4a ..
HS Kirc. rv. It
Autio-Freiu ti 5o ..
there Is no danger whatever If the chil
dren get hold of the bottle. It retains its
germicidal powers even when diluted one
I''.'" ' .... . v,... ......
ana us ami.ieptic iwwen one part ad-
, sorblne Jr., to 200 parts water.
The germicidal properties of Absorbine,
I Jr., htive been tested and proven both in
7-.M, laboratory and actual practice. Detailed
''tl'a ! laboratory reports mailed upon request.
!iu.; j Use Absorbine, Jr., wherever a liniment
or u ki rinli iue la Indicated; to reduce
spruliis, wrenches and swollen veins,
Ko A b Pr No A BS. Pr.
71 lk .. 4 M ... ft Jt4
91 174 . 7 "10 at Il ... t
au 3P4 40 7 10 4.i 117 ... T 1 i
k I. I . 7 Xi M ...... X4 tSTy)
JO Il ... 7 3ft as vn ... t i
IS m ... 7 ) lit ... T 'J
HI 1 HEP Sheep and lamb supplies were
about the same ss Monday's, some fifty
four rais. or 13,n head being reported
In. The two days' total of Jb',3.!2 head
J. A. PEASE IS BRITISH
LONDON. Jsn. Pi.-Premler Asqulth
announced in the House of Commons to
day the apo!ntmenl of JoHcph A. Pease,
former president of tha Board of Educa
tion and one time chief liberal whip In
the house, a postmaster general, succeed
ing Herbert Samuel, who recently was
made home secretary.
to heal cuts, bruises and sores.
Absorbine, Jr.. 11.00 snd IJ.Oo per bottle
at druggists or postpaid.
A liberal trial bottle postpaid for 10c
W. F. YOUNG. P. D. F..
104 Temple St., Springfield, Mass.
(J7 JM Our tiiet aas-iaaas ea a
y I s ri . il ajruaaft?, taria
f J dustiio. rituas roars' axs-l
Jr I .,, without 11 to loaa. For
g I sola is taouu ot tUSXSt up.
Amertoaa somrlxy Oa,
I I ttt I1U aM. iaafta. fta.
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