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THK BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 0. 1916.
FOR RENT-AP'TS AND FLATS
KM choice 4 or fr-ronm team heatd
apartment, on Wwt Farnam St.
JOHN W. HOHP1N S.I t K A I tNAM ST.
eIlKI;N 7-r. apartment, ln lulling heau
tlful east un room, in West t-'arnam
d'strlct.fo'' rnt, Harney 1 W: o
ROOM Apt., heated. Janitor service,
m 15. Call Rad ia-1.
FIVE-ROOM ateara heated apartment,
vary desirable, tha Chula Vista, am
end Popplston Av ., Ml 60. 13 Bru
aeta Theater Bldg. Doug. 1571.
MONTH ritKE RKNT.
S-room and bath apartment, hrtrk,
mod. hut heat: beat netahborhood. $12.60
at US. fall for npixMntment to see them.
t. K Bri'K.. ."li OMAHA NAT. PP. ta
7-Ro6m, strain heated, H.".; near post
office. O P. Stehhlns. 1lrt Chicago.
WARM. COZY APARTMENT.
Kite apartment of four rooms and
hath, nicely deem-ated, oak finish,
itenm heat. Janitor service; every
thing first class. Pee It and you will
SCOTT ITTLT. CO..
A BUSY, bui3oir bell and a atenfly
atream of repllea-after your :EB
Want-Ad haa told Ita atory.
FOR RENT-BUSINESS PROP'TY
WILL, remodel apace. 60x60, for lodge
hall. M floor of Crounae block, 11 N.
1th St., to ault tenant. CONRAD
mi .u, 3Jj nranqcia 1 nra. I'nuy, inn.
SMALL store room; very desirable; rent
$; 1X20 Cass St. CONRAD YOUNG.
822 Brandele Theater. Poiirlas 1571.
STORE ROOMS at 1!JR-1811 Farnam St.
Thoa. F. Hall, 433 Ramgt Bid. 1. 7406.
MOVING AND STORAGE
GLOBE VAN & STORAGE
Stores, moves, pack, ahlpa; S-horsa
van and 3 men, $V2 per hour; storage,
11 per month. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ug'aa 4338 and Tyler 230,
GORDON VAN CO.
Parking-, storage and mov
ing. 219 N. 11th St- Phone
Douglas 394 or Harney 1937.
Separate, locked rooms, for household
good and planoa; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
El S. 16'. h St. Douglas 4163.
Phone Douglaa SX& for complete Hat of
vacant houses and apartments: alao for
storage, moving. 16th and Jackson Sta.
Jf" TJF'lAn Express Co. Moving.
. j. IILjVjU placing Rnd storage.
1107 Farnam St Douglas 6146.
SiAGOARD Van & Storair Co.
packing, atorago and shipping.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
MODERN bungalow, one-half block to
car. large level lot, tine location, shade
treea, five splendid rooms, nice base
ment, real furnace, pretty little home,
almost new, will suit almost anyone,
polished floors, electric lights; gas; J4's
a complete home. Lot actually worth
I'M, could not build house for less than
12,460, or a total of 13,200. Investigate,
my figures you can easily verify. For
quick sal will sell for only 12,So, and
malm easy terms, too. Can give posses
sion any time. Act quickly, see me any
evening after 7 o'clock. Phone Benson
KOUNTZB PLACE LOTS. '
We are selling 18 lots In Kountsa
, Place at prices ranging from W up.
Every on has all Improvements, in
. eluding pavln. and paid for. Why not
,' buy one of these lots for your future
home or on which to build and sell T
.. . Yqu can afford to do It at tb prices
- w are offering.
A. P. TUKEY SON.
Tel. Dong. tv2. ir.07-8 W. O. W. Bldg.
t TXfine home
for very little cash
Two-story cottage, oak floors, strictly
modern; large lot. Small monthly pay-
- tuenta. 1331 A mes Ave.
N0RRIS & NOREIS, .
4"l) Bee Building. . Phone Douglas 4270.
4 2C.O4 rooma, nearly new; one acre; all
kinda of fruit good neighborhood, fine
view; $1,000 cash. bal. mo. . Worth
14,750. 207 Redick Ave. Tel. Doug, liio,
tor . 011 a x.
Nh-vV 7-room home. Mount Clare addi
tlon. Strictly modern. Built last Bep
'tnmber. Corner lot, 47x130. Newly furn
ished. Will sell furniture with hous or
separate. Phone Harney 2133.
T"Kf rooma, four apartments, cheat
Phone Coifax 1061 after 11 a. in.
K rooms, living room, dining room,
kitchen, pantry, bed room on first floor:
bed room, bath and sun room on 2d
floor; furnace; elegant fixtures; full
1 cement basement; east front lot, 46 x
r 14'.'; close to school and Hanscom park.
)3U0 cash will handle this, lirand new.
C. G. CAELBEBG,
312 Brandejs Theater Bldg.
i MUST sell - my -large room modern
. heme, on paved street, cement walks,
large barn, nice shade, cement base
ment, laundry, gas. electric lights, hot
water beat, cistern, bath and sewer.
One block from street car and public
school. Worth 13,600. Make me an of
fer. Fred Mower, owner, 70 H, Hth
NEAR FIELD CLUB.
W have a brand new (-room, strictly
modern bungalow atyls horn In the
Field club district; oak finish through
out; full cement basement, with large
corner lot; street paved; In the best
neighborhood in the city; 2 blocks from
car line and Hanacom park. Call us for
appointment to sea this.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.,
37 Omaha Nat. Pk. Bldg. Doug. 171. o
HANsCOM PARK baricaiii. (-100111. no
atrl'-tlv modern home, corner lot, for
4ono. Ternia If desired.
TKRRKNS, Omaha. Nai. Hunk. Doug. 2182.
M lace lis aeou.
NEW. all mod. bungalow, g rooma on
flrat floor, 1 large rooms unfinished on
2d floor, large living room, beam cell
inga, bookcase and many other ape
claj features; oak finish in three rcjina.
with oak floors throughout, lighting
fixturea. ahadea, screens, house com
plete In every way; dandy east front
lot: paved atreet; one block to car.
Price tS.Sio: terms.
RASP BROS. POUO. 16.V1.
CASH, BALANCE LIKE RENT.
This is a nearly new 6-room, strictly
modern home; ten blocks from poet
office, walking distance. It la finished
In birch throughout. Street paved: gar.
aae; nice, large lot, block from car
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
W7 Omaha Nat. Bk. Pldg. Doug 1781 o
A GENUINE BARGAIN: "
No, Vtoi 6Lh Ave., Council Bluffs: (
reotns, modern except heat, large barn,
paved atreet snd on car line; Xi.(H.
Will aell for reasonable payment down,
balance like rent. Thoa. L. MoOarry,
Keeline Bldg., Red VM.
gVROOM B ARIA IN NEW, t-ROOM, 2
8TORY HOUSE, NKAR CAR. A SNAP
AT &.": RESONABLE PAYMENTS.
BENSON & OA R MICH A EL,
DOUGLAS 1T22. Hi PAXTON BLK.
COTTAGE AT AUCTION
At court bouse. February 24. Be W. II.
RUSSELL. M Brandela Tbatr.
WILL BUILD TO ORDER,
furnish plans (are, furnish lot and help
f inane. If you sr going to bulid, see
u or phon 1 1. JM
OtO. E LUNDBURG.
6li Paxtwn Bldg.
THE moat remarkable development over
aeen In Omaha la MISSD LISA addl.
tlon. Over h0 lota hava been aold In
that addition In eeven montha.
CHARLES W. MARTIN CO..
M lamella ras.
TWO ACRFS, close In, ILJOO; and other
aereege, lAO to r. No trade. Pat
terson. Inulee 2i7.
SALE or trade for Nab. land, fruit tracts
irrigated. Improved: clou to town; flna
climate. Thoa. Bailey, Canon City,
Real, jlstate. Fi re and General Insur
ance,. Art Thatcher. 1217-18 City Na
tion Rank Fldg, Oonalaa SW!
flF.SIDENCE and flata" welT7o7eTK
change for vacant property. D. 6707.
"Poland & Trumhull.
FOR EXCHANUK-$J.0uy clear land for
Income, town or city. E. W. Runon,
A CO-ACRE farm, close to Omaha, for en
change. D. 707. Toland oV Trumbull.
44 Hee TtMg,
FOR KXCHANOE-Olear Arkanaaa farma.
Leslie Land Company, Leslie Ark.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
All modern. In lienson. at 2319 N. Mth
t. Full lot. house about S years old.
Mortgage on It of 2.flfi00A, payable
lio.0o per month: make offer (or equity.
You need not fear to make offer low
enough. The owner muat aell and you
will get a snap.
H. A. WOLF. 614 Ware Plk.. Poug.
OVVNKK of Dundee liome with two lota
has removed from city and aaya make
Price that will aell 11. Bee us.
F. P. WE A T", Wead I'Mg.. 310 B. 18th Bt.
Boat a side.
W.lOo BUYS two of the moat beautiful
loia on corner In the Field club. Worth
4.iXI. Lota i and 9, block , flrat sub
division of the Griffon Smith Addl
lion. Located 36th and Pine, northwest
l'Jn.'r- Mu8t b "old in five days. Act
quick. 8mith-Lokwood Mfg. Co.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
fNVESTMENTS-2-etory bTlck. on S. 13th
.i imuiBfl, f..iKai. -ainry ninct.,
on Dodge ami Hth. fine corner, $4o,0.J.
3-story, on Douglas nesr 14th, t-Vi.lxM. 3
atory. 27tli and Cuming Sta., good In
vestment, 11.000. it-atory brick, S. 13th
tiear Poppleton Ave., ll.Vtt). 3-story
building. N. . mth, J3,fioo Irge coi
ner lot, 17tli and Willis Ave., fl.TW.
l-atory hotel, clone in, reduced. $30,100.
t-story hotel, one of the best in th.
city, t.0,yU. 2-story brick. i4ttt St.,
nil rented. 112,000. I want an offer on
uny of the afcove. Write or call at 41.1
Karbooh block. Omaha, Nob. Thos.
A Good Investment
Ja hard to find. By experience we
know a good substantially built building
We can show you a new brick apart
ment, near 28lh and Howard, finely
equipped, that will m t nearly 10. Me
dium priced. Don t delay; we can prove
our Judgment. . . .
Doug. 438. 230 Omaha Nat l Bank.
10 PER CENT NET INVESTMENT.
Six-apartment terrace, ste&mheated, 6
rooms each, finlahed In oak with oak
floors upstairs and down: strictly mod
ern and new; well rented and always
nlL;Tent- Annual rental. 12.680. Price.
$.!2.&00. This Is a good proposition for
... ,D- v.'sholes CO,
815-16 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Poug,49.
, MORTGAGE JN VrXTMENT
Some flrat-class mortgages, per cent
Interest. W. T. Graham, Bee Bldg.
HAVE buyer for cloae-ln residence. to
v fuviiin- tt nai navo ynur
. R. H LANDER YOTJ.
Tel. T. 6763. 2ua Neville Bloek.'
WANTED To buy on monthly payments.
ewmii more room, wun living rooms
above. In Central school district. Ption
FOR SALE BUSINESS PROP'TY
, LeaM for 8al
ISO Square Feet $30.00.
The Bee Building Co.
$76,000 WILL buy 4-story brick block on
ibth St., with ground 133 feet squar.
J. B. Robinson. D. S097. 413 Be.
FOR SALE ,000 Issue s per cent nr.
f erred stock, retireabl in tVHZ
premium; all or part. Address K 7"
Real Kstate Loaaa, Mortaraaea.
WB are readj at all time to
make loana on first-class city
-proferty and eastern Nebraska
farms. Rates on request.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.
Ml So. 17th St.
1 lu for loans on best class eltw
reHidtnces in amounts $2,009 up; i5
farm loans. Reasonable commissions
PETERS TRCST CO.. 22 FaVjJSm si-
cjuaha I.omaa. ttml
AHA t.ornae. at Neoraska (m"
O'KEliFB REAL ESTATECO
Omaha NatlonaL Phon r.,.i.'l
MONEY TO XoaK. for rjJTifTitr.
BHQPEN i CO.." Doug. 4246.
FARM loans. . eaatern NeiT, or westt
em la. Toland aV Trumbull, 441 Be ftdi
UAXtv ay' NTNir mi ivi
fi 1 properly. Large loans a aveclahv
W. H. Thomas. M State Ba n k b lj g.
ClTV and farm loans. 5. i, pr cent
M. uumonc ar co.. 4 isle e Bank
'Act CITY LOANS, C. G. Cai:itrijiC
12 Brandeis Theater Bldg. "
ncrn money. Harrison & mohton"
' Omaha Nat. Bank Blda. '
Abstracts t Tltli
cheapest. Room 7, Patterson Bids. D.i47
KERRTlJ.'" SU-nte and AbsTTact
Co., a modern abstract offlo.
UA H. 17th Ht. Tel. D. S4K7.
RF.ED AbSTRACT CO. oldest abstract
office In Nebraska. 2o6 Brandela Thea.
lock a4 BeaSa.
HOME BUlLDKilS. Inc., paying"
on each fl.ll invaaUd now In Its ' O
You ahar la tb SURPLUS PROFITS
also, making a total earning f n pr
cent to shareboldrs lio Invested 4
Ask for our No. B "NEW WAY"
booklet. It telle all about It.
AML K1CAN SECVRITY CO.. Fls. Agts.
8. W. Cor. lTih and Douglaa. Omaha.
1.2X farm mnrtaase bearing 7 per eentl
scuret bv pronerty valued. K t4S ti'
j uiSc loimis Invest. 1 ., W . O. W . bldg.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
To W I. mm dm
I - EN 1 JD low a farm; acres, tlxi
acre. 1 se lli,i exchange, c. pi.
elyea. 1 Rim e K'dg , Omaha. Neb.
100-Ac'Rlo improved farm. 30 miles from
Minneapolis: loo acres under cultivation,
balance meadow anj pasture; good soil;
li-room house, barn and all other build
ings that are needed, school house on
land: price, ft) per acre; one-half cash;
pr a III sell farm wtm full equipment of
horses, cattle, machinery, etc Will
make very reaaonable prtc on personal
Property. Immediate poaeeeelon ran b
had. Schawb Proa., lWt Plymouth
Building, Minneapolis. Minn.
UHKAT BA KO Al Ntf tb down, o month
ly. buys 40 acres, good fruit and poul
try land, near town, southern Missouri,
Price only $3no. Address Bo . Ea-
.'rl""'r springs, nio.
BETTER live on your own little farm In
vu., niu., man us a rrnifr, v i 1 v
write for booklet. W. S. Frank. Nevlll
$300 CASH. 130 i'ER MONTH,
without Interest, seoures a 10-acr pecaa
orchard, paying 12,000 annually at ma
turity. Income commence with flrat
payment. w deliver the orchard
planted. W. T. ISmlth Co City Natl
ring. If. itMH.
Nebraska La a a.
I WILL soil my well-Improved farm ot
J0 acres at public auction Friday. Feb.
I. Land located mile west of Bel
grade, Neb., In Nano county, southeast
quarter section i to-nshlp 17, rang .
Incumbrance, t3,fi00, which can he as
sumed. Terms. 11,000 down on day of
f'Urchase, balance to be paid March 1.
316. Fre transportation and all ex
panse to purchaser. Send sealed bid
to R. J. Hoy. FuUerton, Neb., W. H.
Smith, owner )
A OOOlSSO-aor farm located three end!
ona-half miles east of Kearney. Neb
on the Uncoln Highway, consisting of
1& acres pasture, balance under culti
vation; good s-rooin hous and barn
for ten head of horses and other out
buildings. Can give possession March,
1, 191a. For sale or trade for Omaha
property. Write Ernest Smith, R. a,
KIMiHALL COUNTY LAND BARGAIN.
t4o acres in the northern part of Kim
ball county, where the soil la equal to
eaatern Nebraska; smooth table land.
Price 112 per acre. It would be cheap
at tla. Terms will be given If desired.
.1. H. DUMONT CO.,
416-U Keellns Bldg. Phon Doug. (HO.
180 acres, level to gently
rolling. I3f. sores in crop,
tiood buildings. 1100 an
acr. Twenty years to pay
if you wish. Ask us.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg., Omaha.
ALL THE TIMS YOU WANT
Owner of 240 acres in Cedar county, 40
mlies from Sioux City; will make vary
liberal terms to first-class farmer who
ran make a reasonable cash payment;
farm has about Its) acres In crop. Is well
Improved and close to town. Prlo. HM
an acre. What's the use of renting?
PAYNE INVESTMENT COM PANT.
Omaha Nat'l Bank Bids.. Omaha.
Ten mllea from Omaha, near Inter
urban, suitable for stock feeding, fruit
growing or subdivision, at a special bar
gain If taken this month. Bee me.
GEORGE . WALIiAf.E. 14 KF.ELINB.
K ACRES, with t&,ono worth of Improve-
ments, in Douglas county, muss
from Omaha, at 126 an acre. M 710. Be.
W Iseoaalai La-da.
UPPER WISCONSIN Beat dairy and"
general crop state in uia union; setuers
wanted; lands for sale at low prices on
easy terms. Ask for booklet S4 on Wis
consin Central . I .and Grant. Excellent
lands for stock raising. It Interested In
fruit lands ask for booklet on app'.e
orchards. Address Land and Industrial
Dept.. Soo Lin Bail way, Minneapolis.
al toeliaaaoma .
HAVE YOU A FARM FOR SALE?
Write a good description of your land
and send it to the Sioux Cit y (la.) Jour
nal, "Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad
Medium." Twenty-five words every Fri
day evening, Saturday morning and
every Saturday evening and Sunday for
one month, giving sixteen ads on twelve
different days for 13; or 60 words, H. or
76 words, $6. , -
Largest circulation of any Iowa news
paper; 200,000 readers dally in four great
FOR any and all kind of acreage located
on or near car line, can c. H. Comoa,
116 Brandsls Theater Bldg. Doug. mi.
FARM LAND FOR RENT
FOR RKNT 1 HO acres of land. 4 miles
from ( larks. Neb.; I'M a. In cultivation.
60 a. In wheat, balance first-class hay
land. There Is a small house and barn
on the place. Rents lor H per acre cash.
A C00, Bee.
L20-A., lW-a., 300-a. Iowa farma; all Ira-
E roved, write ror parciouiars. amp
ell 4k Craig, 533 Keeline Bldg.
V ANTED Farms; have 3,7 buyers; de-
scrlbe your unsold property, tut r aj-m-era'
Exchange, Denver, Colo.
17 as a Savlal.
1 t t lstVi xi fsc.s1s.ri .!. m .
wi wi m 1 lomr
ket price. If you want them act quick.
Cannot take them to market on account
of sickness in family. Wm. B. Wld-
...... r. Iii.n.lnu- U inn
Thirty-two milk wagons for sals, cheap.
Johnaon-Danforth Co.. 18th and Clark.
HAY 4s 0 ton. A. W. Wagner, sol N. 17
POJJLTRY AND PET STOCK
IfXD strain. lOoTbs.. 11.75. Wagner. SulM.14
1 U 114 Ford touring cars. '
1 1911 Ford roadster.
1 1914 Ford roadster.
1 Itll Hupp 20 roadster. '
1 1313 Chalmars x roadster.
1 11I Maxwell IK truck.
1 1916 Maxwell.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO-
2214 Farnam. Douglas Kl
FIRE, THKiPT, TORNADO,
LI ABILITY a PROPERTY DAMAGE
AT LOWEST RATES.
KILLY, ELLIS - THOMPSON.
K1J-814 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
V B make one good lire front two old ones.
Ask us how. Zwlebel Eros.. ffiH Farnam.
11D15 Losler touring, -cy Under l-i
I- 191i Rulck C-t touring wt
I Bulck roadster u
4 Wis Krtt touring ,4
ft WI4 Kord touring ts
li6 Studebaksr 4 touring st0
Auto Clearing Houa. f Farnam. D to
6-L.B. truck . Nebraska BuicaT"
Servic Station. 1114 FaJ-a
Phone Powglaa 7TL
Induatrlal Oarage Co.. 20 HarneyjBTX
Aal Kr'"s -al-tta.
Auluuiobil paloUug don by eaperU:M
yss' e-perteno In Omaha: work guar.
Imaed lat clasaJjjsunPanfortti Co.
Tl'PL"EX Uis last lonsar. are sl7oTJi7
and more durabl. slx3S. f4.su. Hi
r s mam pi. y
liwi it-waid for iiiBgeiito can't repair'
Colls repaired. Hyadorfcr, ;iq n Kth
.. . . 1 . . .fur. u li n 1 . .. .
Free winter atorase wlin cats are paint
ed and repaired. Johnson-I Hnf.,rti cn
(imlill;ii'"i; R' p. 10., .iji .ar jji"
Alia Tirvm mm ttlc "
A "TOT liTrfi "H A .F-pRIc e7 "
lioiuci' H'll. Ull Ciiicstio bt.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat is Weak with Poor Receipts
and Sells Unchanged to Half
CORN IS CENT AKD A HALF TJP
OMAHA. February . Wi.
The wheat market was rather weak to
day, the receipta were small and the de
mand waa not very good. Cash wheat
aol.i unchanged to lower.
The demand for rem waa fair, the re
ceipts wer good and there waa plenty of
corn for sale. The better grade of corn
aold lyi h.ghrr, while the poorer grades
Oata wer quoted lower, selling un
changed to o lower.
Py was fully lo hlghr.
Barley was unchanged.
Clearances wer: Wheat and flour
equal to 9M.0O0 bs.i corn. t.00u bu.; cats.
Uyerpool closed with wheat unchanged
to d lower: corn unchanged.
Primary wheat receipts were aWjWO
bu. and shipments. 7Mu bu., against
receipts of 717,no bu. and shipments of
l.OW.000 bu. last year.
Primary corn receipts war l.&fc.fl00 bu.
and shipments ant.Ooo bu., against re
ceipts of 1.074.000 bu. and shipments of
K.7.000 bu. last year.
Primary oata receipts war ail .000 bu.
snd shtnmenta 9oti, bu., agalnat re
ceipts of 7;u.ot bu. and shipments of
ww,uw pu. 1 use year.
, . Wheat Corn. Oata.
Chicago 14A M M
Minneapolis 30 ... ...
Omaha 4 M
Kansas City ft M 7
Pt. Louis US i, 14
Wlnnlpe Hi ... ...
Thesa sale wer reported today:
Whnat-.No. I hard winter: 1 car, 1U'4;
I car, L&. No. I hard winter. 1 car, 1.;
1 car. U.aO; 1 oar. 4I.I9W 12 cara, i.l; 4
car. U.1AW; 14 cara, (1.18; i oars, 11. WH;
10 cars. 11.17; 4 cars. 1.1'4; 96 cars, 1.W;
1-4 car. 11.14. No. 4 hard winter: 4-n car
(wastarn), 1.21; 1 car, ll.isv,; 1 car, 11.14;
1 car. W.16S; cara. 1.I6; 1 cara. II 14';
11 cars. I14; cars. $1.13; S S-6 cars. $1.1:.
1 cars, lull; I car. $1.10; 1 car, ll.OD; 8-3
car. 11.08. Sample hard winter: 114 cara,
II. OS; 1 oar. $1 07; i cars. $U; 1 car. 11.00;
csr. k No. 1 spring: 1-5 car, 11 ;
car, 11.17; I cara. 11.1(1; 1 car. II 1R. No. I
durum: 1 car. $1.18; t ear. Il 17; 1 4
cars. 11.17. No. 1 mixed durum: 1 car.
11.18. No. I mixed durum: 1 car. $I.17'4; 1
car. ll.1T. No. S mixed: 1 car. Il.li; 1 car.
11.7. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, 11.14; 1 car. 11.13.
Rye No. I: 3 cara. Wo; 2 cara. KU
Com No, 4 white: 1 cars, e; 1 car,
Ma No. ft white: 8 cars. 62V: Kc:
a, cars, flifco. No. white: 2 cars. 67Hc; I
car. 7c. No. I yellow: 1 car, 70c. No. 4
yellow: 2H cara, 7V,c. No. I yellow: I
car, a. No. yellow: 1 car, Wc No. A
mixed; S cara, (Ac; 1 oar, AMtc. No. I
mixed: 1 car. 4c; S cara. 63Vc; S cars,
3e; cara, 63c; t cars. lc; 1 car, 60S,o.
No. mixed: fc car. IWo; t car. 66c;
car. 68c; I car. 67Hc; i ears. 67o; 1 car. 60c.
Sample white: 1 car. Sac; 1 car, 63c. Sample
yellow: 1 car, 07Hr; 1 car. tc; I car. 57c; 1
car. Kc; 2-6 car 60c; U ear. 4Hc; 1 car. 4Ho.
Pample mixed: I cara. $!c; i car. fcle; 1 car,
66cr 2 cars. 62c; I ram, 60c; 2 cars. 4o:
1 car. 4fic; 8-5 ear, 44tio.
..UT,N, 8 hlt: 1 car, 4Mie; cars,
t4c. No. 4 white: 1 car, 4Tc; t cars,
4VV:: 1 car. 44,c; 1 car. 44c; H car.
44c Sampl: 1 car. 44c; 1 cars. 43Wc; 1
Omaha Caen Prices-Whea t : No. 2 hard.
l1.2mtM.; No. I hard. $l.lffl.i1; No. 4
hard, 1 ffVfjfl.JD- No. I spring, I1.1KW1 R;
No. 8 spring. fl.1Mr1.2l; No. i durum.
fl.174V1.18- No. I durum. 1.16fl1 .17; asm
Pie, fVjl.fl.. Corn: No. I white. tft
4 whit, BT.VfcflwsVrc; N. 6 white.
lSHe: No. white. Wi,fc; No. 8 yel
low. CoaTO'io: No. 4 yellow. "Mi'.tc: n.
yellow, fifvjafte; No. yellow. F32c:
No, 8 mixed. flS'4c: No. 4 mixed.
We; No. mixed. ewMdo; No. mixed,
S; "ample, mixed. 44f&37c;
0.a,"i NO' White, tfc;
atanaard, 4Mr4'4e; No. S white, 46'4
.R,ci!?4 S.Mt' ''' Barley; Malt
ing;. fr7Jr: No. 1 feed. 668o. 6ye; No
2. 04lc; No. t 3ik4c.
Chicago dosing prices furnished The
Bee by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain
brokers, tig Bouth Sixteenth. Omaha:
Artlolej Open. I High.
CHICAGO ORAtlt AND PHOYISIOXfl
Pea tare f the Tradlasr l Cloalagi
Price a Boar- f Trad.
CTOCAOO. Teb. T. Export demand of
large volume gave tha wheat market to
day an upward swing. As a result,
nnces at tne close, aimnugn unsettled,
wer 17i7?2e to tHSa net higher, with
May at II XPim.Wi and July at 11 2hA.
Other leading stsples. too. showed gains
-corn, IVie to HiitmH; oats. 1V.J1T1U. and
provisions, THO to 2To.
Htlmatea or wheat nought In the
T'nited States today for shipment to
Kurop amounted to I.SnO.000 bushels, not
Ineindlna? l.ftAOnO bushela recently taken
at Portlond, Or., and not heretofore an
nounced. It was evident alenoat from tha
start that European buyins; neerly eer-
Tam to reacn a tiDerai total wou.cl be in
order. The first sign wsa thst Liver
pool quotations came virtually unchansed
notwitnatanning yesterday s sharp break
In values her. There were also dis
patches later saying that scarcity of sup
plies In Greet Britain continued despite
the fact that London was paying the
highest prices yet on the 1A16 crop.
Besides, the world's available atork
showed a notable falling off as against
a substantial Increase at the eorreaoond
Ing time last year and there wer ad
vice that Oreec was attempting to pur.
Chase l.hoouio bushela.
Except for a brief reaction soon after
the opening and for another downturn
lust before the close, the bulls kept the
whest market on the upgrade through
out the session. lightness of receipts
northwest, where an Increase had been
predicted counted somewhat against the
bears and so likewise did numerous tele-.
grains referring to a widespread cover
ing of e and sleet over portions of
Iowa. Nebraska and Missouri.
Corn sscended with wheat and as a
result of assertions that foreign coun
tries wer after com. especially Sweden.
Pen mark and Holland. Favorable
weather eased the market at the outset,
but the Influence waa only transient.
Oats took the course of other grsln.
Export sales of 400.000 bushels helped the
Active demand for lsrd put firmness
Into the provisions market and mu'h
more than overcarry an early eel hack
for pork. Foreigners were said to have
done at least some of the buying of lard.
Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red. fl.314;
No. I red. fl.27W4t1.28H: No. 2 hard,
nominal: No. I hard. ai.23T4ft1.2Si. Corn:
No. 2 yellow, nominal; No. 4 yellow, 719
llTlTVnd l!'kory, WHxl. on B. -HtiT
ft. R . I4.O0O. ORIMilh-U M' Omaha
Nat. Bank Rldg.
Bargain In usod machines Victor Rooa,
"The Motorcycle Man." 7U Lsavsnworth.
Nolle ts hrby given that the rerular
annual meeting of tha Stockholders of the
SOUTH PLATTE LANL COMPANY will
t held at the office of said Company
noon 701 Ftist National Bunk building
Uncoln Nebraska, at II o'clock a. la, "0
the first dsy of March. A. D.. Ull.
Lip coin, Nebraaka. February lat, lm
w C It MORRI1-U Preelden"
W. W. TURNER fcort-rr
by ldt. '
rt ' I IOcjI.' bi:iJin6.
Seated blda will b received y the
School Board. Oulde Rock. Neb, until
r'ebruary . for material and labor In
construction of f-,'3 k school building
slso plumbing, heating and wiring same'.
i'lai-s and aimcitu alluna wllh board
and R. A Hradley a. Co.. architects,
Hastings. Neb. Ftbi;Ji
71V; No. 4 white, 7Wr7iV Oata- No.
I whit. 4664TNc: atandard. 4a4H,.
Rye. nominal, llarley. Ss.fiOc. Timothy,
f MHT8.n. t'lover. llrtOiwfflShV Pork, ll!.i
. Lark. . Ribs, f 10.37 Vi'in 7H.
HI TTER Firm; creamery, S'-.ttrtO'v.
MH.S tower; receipta. I.TM rases;
firsts Jic; ordinary firata, 2CHc; at
trark, rases Included. 243IHC.
lnTATOF Hlaher; receipta. cara;
Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Da
kota white, ftSodHt.tV.; Minnesota and Da
kota Ohloa. Kwult.OO
ICLTRr Alive, unchanged.
NKW YORK 44KKHA- MAHKBT
4otatleaa f th Day Yar4s
tied, aprlng patents, fSOfl0; winter
(.tci.ts. auinfj.a, winter straights, fa.lt
Nv HEAT Spot strong; No, 1 durum,
$1 4H. No. 1 northern. tuluth. fl.nOH;
No. 1 northern, Manitoba. ti.tV f. o. b..
New York. Futures flmier: Mav. tL.txH-
CORN-Spot firm; No. i yellow; S7o,
C. I f . New York.
OATS Spot steady; No. I white, ISSUr
HAY-Steadv; No. 1. 11 IMT1.27': No.
I. I116AI1.20; No. 8, fl.OOOtl W; shipping
HOPS Quiet; state common to choice,
liu. ivj?7c: 1H4. ktitH-: l actflo co iL 1911.
I.1r1c- t14. 84T-HV.
. 1IUCS- Steady; Bogota, lfl3c; Cen
tral America, lie.
LEATII KR Firm; hemlock frits, 834
S' seconds. 8?H!lVv
PROVISIONS Pork firm; mess, 13000
'Wt: family. ISI.OOifW 00; short clear,
f 1 K4T2S .00. Peef, steady; mess, fl6.(orj
17.W; family, 118 HKfflt.00. Lard, firm; mid
dle west, ItO.intf 10.30.
TALlXw--juiet. city; IH: country.
lA'NHc; special. 8Vo.
PUTTER Steady ; receipts, t.tot tubs;
creamery extras. H4a4c; firsts. 27H'd'
2llic; seconds, 3M7"27c.
l:OOS Unsettled: recHpta, WJ rases;
fresh gathei-ed, extra fine, Jlilflc; extra
firsts. 2;if.ic; firsts, I7&18e; seconds, 244
CMKFSB Steady; receipts. 2,41 boxes;
IOULTRY t-lve. unaettled. Pressed,
firm; freah hilled, chlckena. 16H4f7c;
fowla. 14Hdfl!Mc; turkeys, 28c.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb 8.-WI1F.AT-Mav,
II.IH4il.'i o I1.2PH: July. I1.27H.
Cash: No. 1 hard, II.86H: No, northern.
ll.aoHfH.IO': No. 2 northern. ll.JRH
FIXT'B liower; fancy natenta. 1700;
flrat clears, U.J; other grades un
changed. BARLEY flnfrftc.
R V E-WTe
CORN No. 8 yellow. 7(W77e. '
OATS No. 3 while, 46H414uc.
Kanaa City Oral- mm Fyavlalaaa,
KANSAS CITY. Feb. H.-WHF.AT-Steadv:
No. 3 hftrd. It 2W1.80: No. I red.
fl.2stfii.38; May. ll.31HlM.:i'4; J"ly. 11 WH-
CORN No. I tnlxod, HH4MPHc; No. 2
white, 7l1r7lHc; May. TIluc; July. 734MP
"He. - - - -
OATf-Mi. z wnne, wipojc; io. a
BCTTErl creamery, j,,.. nr,,, clc;
seconds. 27c; packera, lHc.
FIX 18 Firsts, 21Hc; seconds, 2V-.
Piin.TRY-Hens, 14Hc; turkeys, 20c;
St. La-la (Sralsi Market.
ST. 7U1S, Feb. 8 WHEAT No. 3
red. I.Kwl .85: May, ll.3i,MM.; July,
I1.I9H: No. 2 hard, nominal.
CORN No. t. 74c; No. I whits, nomi
nal. OATS No. t. 4Hc: No. J white, nomi
nal; May. 76Hc; July. lbWbj.
Liverpool Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL. Feb. 8. WHEAT Spot,
JNO. 1 aiannona. 1 ci, r.o. a, 1 s 1, .x o,
2 hard winter, new, 1.1a 4d; No. I north
ern, Dnluth, not q'loted.
CORN Spot American mixed, new, 10a
' Cattew Market.
NEW YORK. Feb. f.-COTTON Spot.
steady; middling uplands, 13.10c; no sales.
Futures opened steady; ntarcn, n.anc;
May, 12.10c; July. 12.21c; Octolwy, 12.28o;
liecember, offered at 12.8fio.
Futures closed firrn; March, 12.07e; May,
12.2c; July, 12.41c; October, 12.44c; De
The cotton market closed steady at a
net advance of from Z3 to 24 points.
LIV-RPOOU Fen. 8. COTTON Spot,
steady; good middling, f.2d; middling,
7.Kd; low middling. 7 Ood; sales, l.ouo bales.
Crade Oil Goes lo Tot Dollars.
WICHITA FALLS, Tex.. Feb. I. Bids
ss high as 12 a barrel sr being mad
for crude oil here today, and soms con.
tracts wer reported closed at that fig
ure. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattl Flraa ..Host Stra
hHICAfJO. Teh. I C ATTT .fTln.lr.l.
4.000 head- market firm; native b,r
steers, pi.mi.7b; western steers, tfi.rtinij
8.10; cow and heifers. f3.16U.li; cslves,
HOtHJ Recelnts. 89.000 head: atrons.
mostly 80 higher; bulk of sales, t8,oat(i.l6;
llicht, f7.80Si4T.30; mixed. ff.K(8.26; heavy.
rr.K4f6.26; rough. fl.tb&lM; pigs, f4.60f
8I1EEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 18,04)
we. fi.bOdi.SE; lambs. V.6n3ll.M.
Kanaa City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. Feb. 8 -P.ATTI.H
Reoclols. t.MO heed: market ilnaiiv
prime fed steers, 8ft.6o1T9.16; dressed beef
aleers. !7.0Oii).4O: western steers. KaiOiZ
8.40; stockers and feeders, fi.OOfr7.s3; bulls,
sa vn mi; esivea, Bh.niwiii.n".
1KV1S Receipts, 21.0H0 heed: market
ateadv: bulk of aalea, 87A00: heavv,
f".(N(f 00; packers and butchers. $7,704
7.9.',; llsht, r.4r-if7.8S; pigs. IA.8.V87.1-
SHEEP AN I LAMBS Receipts. 7.000
head; market higher; lamb. flA 7Mr11.ir,;
yearlings, f 2Mj,80; wethers, 7.7!Ktj.26;
ewes, $7.Xtl7.76. . . t
Slow- City Live Stack Market.
SIOl'X CITY. Is., Fsb. I CATTLE -Recelnts.
10.000 head: market steady na
tive steers. fH.ortft?tf: butchers, $fiOftm.W:
cows and heifers, lfi.ontj.2.i; stockers and
frndera, ffl MAxIM; bulls, slsgs, etc., la.O)
. IIOOS Receipts. 2 000 head: market
steady; heavy, 7.707.86; mixed, 17. .V.
7.70; light, 7.S7.a6; bulk of sales, 7.U
SHEEP-Recelpts. 600 head.
. Lot. Is Live gek Market.
ST. KOI'IS. Feb. l.-rATTI,E-Recelpt,
4.200 head; market steady; native beef
ateers, 7.(KVii W; yearling eteers snd
heifers. $H hmti ; cows. K.60A7 00; stock
ers and feeders f nirf7.25; Tens and
Indian steers, $.Vi'.JH.60; cows and heif.
ers. 14 00HJ.M: native cslves. $i Oi1I.M.
HO IS Receipts, U.! head; market
steady; plga and llrhta. fft.a04iw.1S; mixed
and butchers, $7.9fs.30; good heavy, $8.20
SHEEP AND I.AMBS-Recelpta. 1.200
head: market atrong; vearltng wethers,
IS nnHt aO; lambs. $L.0:2ril .25; ewrs. Vi.U4p
t. Josepk Llv Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Feb. 8 -CATTLE-Re-eelpta.
2.200 head; market ateadv; steers,
$7 OiAti.tb; cows and heifers, 4.0o"iH.:i,
calves. $8.otV(J10 50.
H('1 Receipts. 12.600 head: market
ateadv: ton. $7.90; bulk of sales. r7.aVnT.80.
SHEEP AND LA M US Receipta. 5.000
head; market higher: lambs, 110 6t0H.3"i.
Slock la Slarkl.
Receipts of live stock at tha five prin
Oat He. II Asa Sheen
nmirn imm. n .......... i i -.
Kansas City "
St. lull's 4 1
Sioux City 10.'
..UMO M.800 36.700
NEW YORK. Feb. 8. M ETA I 4 Lead.
16 12 Spelter, not cjuoted. Cupper, firm;
electrolvtlc. nearby, 87.0rtr28.00; June and
leter, Dt .Wrl M. Iren. ateadv and un
changed. Tin, iulet; apot, 141. 2Ti bid.
At Indon: Spot copper, -101 lua; fu.
lures, -loo; electrolytic. 103 Is. Spot tin,
17 10s: futures, I7 1s. Antimony. tib.
Ijtui, tiil. Spelter. 8. '
Dry Ge-ods Market. .
NEW YORK. Feb. f. DRY OOOD8
Cotton goods markets wer firm and In
active today. Yarns wer firm. Raw
silk continued hlifh. Export trade Is
hampered greatly bv shipping conditions,
snd many orders for cotton goods have
been peased because of inability to ar
range shipping dates In adtsnoe.
Advertisers snd customers profit by the
"Classified Ad" habit.
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipt! Heavy and Trade it
Slow, Steady to Lower Sheep
Ten to Fifteen Up.
HOGS STEADY TO SOME EASIER
, OMAHA. Fehruthv 8. 1018.
rw. 1 .ptf. wr: Cattle. Hose. Sheep.
Orriri Monday 8.8TI 18.8.v n.ar.4
r stlmate Tuesday ... 7,100 17. M ,ti0
Two days thla week. 1S.871
warn day last week. l'.'.IW
crania il.i'i 1 1. -
Jime clsva wka. ago!lU-.
esm nays wka. aso.18 .ITS
name dnva last 1 t
The tn 1 . ..".' ..' iL. .
i ..1. . caoie snows tn reiv
I Jv e.- J10 h,P -t Omahs
as tJL 'fet f..r the year to date
compared with last year:
.-.., l?l. lis Inc r
166.7. 104.S77 61.401
"ccp Sif- vul 87.747
BHcl. roJ,ow,' tabl shows tn averag
mark..J hof h Omab 1W atock
Pardon,-0' tl ,Mt ,,w Uy' wU,, 60
T em J
T 6 I 0
t 46 T M
t I 11 t W I M
! WS I W. I 0 t 831 t Ml ?
I 77 I 07 T ll I l. I
1 7S( I ll T 88l Oil T Ml
1 a vii 4 -i a t 9 4ft a it
, w Til I i , V v-, 1 J . .
T 6;',l IMK 4 , I 2S 38
7 so. 1 1:. 7 801 1 06l T 88 1 ao
7 SI tl 88) 8 17 T 42" I T 40j I 28
a in 1 l 1 H ' - I u
8 74l I 8SI 7 N I (M T 48
74 RS 7 8N 7 4l
8 71 T 76 I W T 801 I 41
n . 1
Rocelpts and dlsnoaltlon of live stock st
the Union Stock Yanla, Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ending at S p. m. yes
Cal I in. I tnus I
C. M. A
i- ? L 1 ill 1 21 t 8i a hi
Jan IlrM rrtTtt 5t
wan n 1 1 . . ( 1
8 7 1
k 'i 'i
xi .. 1
:'o is "i
N. W., east.
N. t w..i
C.. St. P.. M. 4k O,. 31
C. R. ft Q., si... 14
V.. H. O wss .. M
C.. R, I. p., ,a,t.. 4
C R. 1. A P.. west. 12
Illinois 'entral IS
Chicago Ot. West... I
Total receipts... w
Swift A rnn,r
tTudahy Packing Co'.'.'.
Armour V Co
Schwaria A rv.
J. W. Murphy
14ncoln Packing Co...
So. Chnaha Pack. Co
St. M le lankln r
W. B. Vaaant Co....
Benton, Vansant L.
P. R. Lewis
Huston A Vi
J. It. Root Co
.?. If Hull.
r . it. Kellogg
Werthelmer A Degen.
H. V. Ilamillnn
otns.-tilld A Krebs...
Mo. A Kan r-1 f a'.
John Harvey ,,,,,
lnnls A PYancis
Jensen A Lungren...,
'.".V '.'.' ':. 7,015 18,661 MM
v w 1 .r tweipia were quite liberal,
boln l"rted In. This makes the
total for the two days 16.871 hoad. the
than double tha receipts for the same
period a year ago. fuller market points
were alao well supplied and there waa
".kr 1flin l' loBe the line. Th
lowe trtd out as slow, steady to
As it became apparent that ther
. v"ry ood 1"and. tha
market firmed nn .A .u. 1.1 .. 1
V... . F.mlii oomrnanded steady prices.
r?Aw7T r 10 sin peeves,
l-Jli.80, common to fair beeves. fO.botr
L . ood.tu choice heifers, f4.K.7.lO;
good to choice cowa, fOOt1.76; fair to
f"-! .?"." J.'i0; common to fair
j7.W!lXff'3o; 0,,1 n choice feedera.
ilMtilM; fair to aood feedsra -MhClA'
common to fair feeders, fo.6O4W.60; good to
choice lockera. f7.tyit7r7.8u; fair to gootl
'"-era, ,m .wi.m; common to fair stock
ers. fo.504f.t0; stock heifers. $6.7!i4r7.O0;
stock cows. 14 7f.fr rjc .i.ri. ..1.. s ti
7.36: veal ralves. l7.tWiB.76: bulls, stssa
r. Pr. Ns.
n 4 On 10
a T is
l'i f 11
7ft f Ifl 40 ....
134 T SB 41
laas T t so ,
STEERS AND HEIFERS
trr t is (
874 7 4 It
ill I 44
wn.m !:PPimwnntmiOT';liwfflinwi'mnMt'fw iimi iwwiwnimiffn'iiHWimn'WHnmiwniiii
I 1 L i n. i' '.' i : ad .' CM maas ess
t I "Who is the Manager of the Millard now?" When
I I the boy replied "Mr. Lou Rentfrow," he registered for
j one of the best rooms in
r t hi MHtiiiffpr to coniA tn his
Vas an Old Patron of Hotel
Hi pralsei of th new atmospher to Mr. Rentfrow wer very
flalterlufc-. Ht) had bn a patron of the Millard sine Its con
truclloa (but bad not visited Omaha for three yean). lit
comment on the marked Improvement made by tha management
wis very complimentary.
Wires Family to Stop at Millard
After a brief interview, he asked for telegraph blanks utd
wired hi family, who are on their wgy to New York City, to top
over la Omaha, and Informed Mr. Rentfrow ha wanted a auita of
rooma for their use. Thla demonstrates what proper managing
ot a hotel will do.
HOX KHTY CI.K A N LI X KSH S KK VI CK
lg the motto of the Millard Hotel Management.
' ,1 i ''"l- fll'H te'HO-w' WVH'r I""! ' t-.Nj-J' '(HI
' -tfl lH' ttliU I.---lafci 'a-,-MiBiMa----H-i.tW.ii-M-
1 7-8 I 8
, 1 I 4 la
t PI M
in 11 I tfl
8 1l Til
It at in 1 ....
1 ." so i
.. Ul k
F E E P K Tt S A N D STOCKERS
ft is is l I 78
11 am 1 an . t is 4 M
J4 7 4 as 41 l t 1
r 7 tn 1 1014 1 M
a mm Tat
IIOOS Arrivals while hardly up to x
pectatlon were of lllersl proportions,
41 rro or about 17,6a head being re
ported In. Receipts for the two days
foot up 21. 8tJ head being 4.600 smaller
than a week ago. and 2.w lighter than
either two weeks ago, or last year. In
fart arrivals so far this week are smaller
than than for any similar period sine
four week ago.
Shipping demand continues consider
ably narrower than a week ago. Outaid
buyers operated carefully on early rounds
today, and while there waa s feeling thst
packer trade should be higher, shippers
wer able to buy what hogs they wanted
early at figures that ware little If any
better than ateariy. Aa high as $7. So,
yesterday'a top, waa paid on several oc
casions and bulk of the shipper purchases
waa made around I7.70itr7.i6.
S4i.rly packer bide were conventionally,
lower, and as sellers looked tor the trail
to take a stronger turn today nothing sold
to packer buyers on early rounds. How
ever, bids raised so slowly that when
they finally reached a steady basis quit
a few hogs started changing hauda.
After a trading basia was finally estab
lished, trade firmed up. and whit move
ment never became very active, a good
many aalas wer aa much aa 6o higher.
1h fact Is thst the general murket
showed on paper an advance of about
6c, but at least part of that ran be
attributed to Improvement In Quality.
Then, too, shippers who did not start
out any too strong, stayed la the market
until the finish, snd the final reckoning
showed thst they had bought a vary
respectable ahar of to total offerings.
. A. SS. rr. We. A. Pt.
lt 40 T 4s t 14 ... f
M 14 ... T H 4T ! ... t as
T S 71 L ... 1 SI
...4 ... T
..w ... Tie
.. T T
4 114 ... 1 m II...
ti tu ... tn as...
4 I ... In 84...
84 1S4 ... Is
SHEEP Supplies wer mere moderate,
but at that were larger than moat recent
Tuesday, some thirty-eight cars, or ,'
bead, being reported In. Total for the
two daya of ai.Ma head la 4.60 larger
than Isat week and nearly twice a
larg as two weeks ago. but only a little
over half th alas of th run during th
same days last year.
Trade shewed a strong ton right from
the start this morning, and whl.e pack
ers wer a llttl backwsrd about taking
hold, flrat sales looked 104fl6a higher than
yesterday'a opening prtcea. or fully steady
with the high lime on yesterday a elos.
In other worda. values wer ltviilfte above
last week's clos. A deck of 70 pound
lambs set a new top of 111.00, th highest
price psld sine last June, snd for that
matter the beat, figure ever given at this
lime of year. Hulk of the desirable lambs
sold during the esrly part of th fore
noon landed at llo.7MH10.aft.
Anything good in th w Una found a,
fairly ready outlet on a good strong
basis, although less attractive kinds wer
hard to move. On paper valiiaa looked l
to'lno higher, but quality continued to im
prove, and thla fart is responsible for
part of the gain in prices. As high sa
$7.40 waa paid for good ewes, and several
bunches of a deslraol kind sold upward
Quotations on snap and lambs: Lambs,
good to choice, llw.7MHI.00; lamb, fslr
to good. I10.4OC10.76; lejnba. clipped 18 7M
t.60; yearllnga. good to choice, .0e 4";
reariinge. fair to choice heavy, lflc
76; wethers, fair to choice, ft. Ktfl. to;
ewes, good to choice. f7.2b47.40; wf,
fair to good. lltOffl.fc
No. A. Price.
7. fed feeder lambs - 68 10 2
211 South Dakota larrsb 72 10 60
8 fed lamba 7? 10 Mi
2:s Colorado lambs 70 10 0
40$ fed lamba It 10 rV
4H2 Colorado lamba 86 10 40
6Jt Utah lambs 10o
2ol fed lambs 79 10
116 fed Ismbs 80 10 0
4E fed lambs 74 1 16
ETSBsrital Asple mm Deled Frail
NTTW YORK. Feb. 6. EVAPORATED
DRIED FRUITS Prunes quiet but firm.
Apricots and peaches quiet. Raisins
Painful Swollen Veins
Quickly Relieved and
Mrs. R. M. Reenter, of Federal, Kan
sas, writes an Interesting account of her
success in reducing a severe ease of en
larged reins that should b encouraging
to others similarly afflicted. Eh suf
fered with badly swollen and Inflamed
veins (In fact, on had broken), for mora
than seven years before aha became ac
quainted with Absorblne, Jr.. and used
It. Absorbln Jr.. was faithfully applied
for several weeks, and, to quot fram
Iter letter, Ths larg knots In ths veins
left. It was all nicely healed, and haa not
bothered me since."
Absorbln, Jr., Is as antlseptie lini
ment healing, cooling and soothing.
Safe and pleasant to us. 11.00 n4 91
at Four druggist's or postpaid. Liberal
trlsl bottle posbpald for 10e In stamps.
W. F. TOUNO. P. V. r.
Ill Temple St., Springfield, Mass.
Dallas, S; D.
Big Ranch Owner
Now Manasjer of
The Ran oh Owner
came into the Remodel
ed Hostelry Saturday
and as the courteous
boy employe offered to
carry his grip, asked:
the Hotel, then called for
room st rmr
13th and Douglas Sit.
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