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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1916)
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FOR RENT HOUSES
2o IoiiKlas: modern, ronnn $,tA.'.
111", a. ;tist; modern, room. ih.
8 4l.t, modern. 7 rooms. I J .
J"H N. KRKN7.F.R, Pons las V4
nut. fit !
sleeping porch: Field Club
8nth Ave llnrney 8?
tiOOD rooming house, lo rooms. modrn.
?14 Cass 8t.. $10. Hrnson Myers Co..
44 Omaha Nut. Hank Hldg,
ST T-r. com.. modern.
Hull, 438 Ramge Rlilg. Poug, '
I"'Es;lRAHLK 8-room collage, modern si
ren furaicd. fi:8 S. 19tb Ave. Hlxen
bangh. I. 423.
S-HmoM linuxe. modern except furnace.
! a. rlrt Ave, Hur. 43-Vi,
ROOM. strictly modern house. Mfv
8. 11th St.
M I sc e 1 1 n eo .
tl.V-281." YVootwpr'h Ave., 8 room.
J31-t' S. 2.Mh Axe., ti-ronra brick flat, all
$ ' Ti-4 .list. 8 room, modem.
i 3tC Podire, 8 rooms, modern.
$ l.'H N. ;ikl. 5 roomii. modern, very
8:7. Field Club. 7 rooms, modern.
$10 7(4 S. 1:4th. modem. 8-r. flat.
O TROVER fTTN.
Douglas 3X2. 819-30 City National.
FOR OARPEN1NO AND 1WI.THT.
8-r, downtown, colored; $12. Also a
2 and a 3 (like bungalow) and ACRE
OROUKn, f and $7. Alao 5-r.. Cali
fornia bungalow and acre, $14. Tel.
P. 2107. Kvcnlngs, Wal. 25S7.
HOl'SKS FOR RKNT. '
CRF.lliH. SONS CO.
608 BEE Bl.DO. IXU'O. :oo.
FOR RENT AP'TS AND FLATS
A FH3W of the very well arrajided
T)viKht Apartmenta" left. Thla la a
brand new building and i certainly
ideal. Apartmenta ranging lrom & to 7
I CALKINS & CO..
DoiiglM J31S. City Nat'l Rank HJdB
VERY tlinice 4 or 5-roorn aleanTTieatcd"
apartment, on AVeat 1' amain St.
JOHN W. ROB B2.NS. ptr: FARN'AM BT.
il()LKl!.' u-room apuriniciit. including
sleeping porch. W..II located. Harney
FOI R and 7-ioonf apn 1 1 ment near T. 6.;
low rent.. (. P. S'ehbens.
NORMA NJ)I Ei ATA RT MENT Park Ave.
and Pacific, fine fll floor apartment,
consisting of largo reception hail, very
large living room, dining room, two big
bedrooms and bath, large kitchen, pan
try, closets, maid a room. One of the
best arranged apartmenta tn the city.
Immediate possession. Price M) per mo.
D. V. 8HOLF.8 CO..
1S-1(i City Nat'l Bank Bldg. T'ong. 4,
i FIVE-ROOM a team heated apartment,
"uf very desirable; the Chula Viata, rth
jf and Poppleton Ave.. 84.60. 312 Bran-
qeis i heater riing. t'otig. ion.
WARM. COZY APARTMENT.
Fine apartment of four rooms . and
bath, nloely ' decorated, oak finish,
team heat. Janitor eervlce; every
thing flrat-claaa. bee It and you will
BCOTT ft HIL.I CO..
MONTH FREE RENT.
8-r. and bath, apartment, brick; mod.
except heat: good neighborhood; $12.60.
t. E. BUCK. 12 Omaha Nat. 1. 6126.
MOVING AND STORAGE
GLOBE VAN & STORAGE
Stores, moves, packs, ahlps; 8-horae
van and 2 men, 11.25 per hour; storage,
U per month. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Douglas 4338 and Tyler 230.
GORDON VAN 00.
Packing, storage and mov
ing. 219. N. 11th St. Phone
Douglaa 3M or Harney 19tfl.
DUAUA Truck, Van and Storage Co.,
moving, packing, storage and ahipplng.
flione uougiaa hw
TU.a TAmi nl d a TI. h fna, Amnltl Hat tit
vacant houses and apartmenta; also for
storage, moving. 11th and Jackson Sta.
Separate, locked rooms, for household
gooua and pianos, moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
tm S. 16th St. Douglas 4ia.
1 PVVn Express Co. Moving.
U. U. XuiU-iU poking and storage.
12(7 Farnam St. Douglas 8146.
FOR RENT-BUSINESS PROP'TY
MOK1.RN utore room, shelving, coun
ters, living rooms, low rent, good lo
cation, 4lh snd I, South Omaha. J.
Casey. Also i-ronm monern nome.
feM ALL store room; very desirable; rent
YM; 1520 Cass l?t. CONRAD YOUNU.
322 Brsndela Theater. Douglas 1S71.
STORE ROOMS at UW8-D11 Farnam Su
Thos. F. Hall. 43U Ramge Bldg. L. 740S.
CliOIt'K modern suburban reldence, S
acres of land on paved road near Flor
t nee. R. H. Lauderyou, ioj Neville Rlk.
Phone Douglas fc.'tvi. .
WANTED TO RENT
I nfarnlabed Houses and Plata.
CAN WE DELIVER? YES, SI H.
If you have a good house and want
to rent It tell us. Thos. L. McGarry,
Reelme Bldg. Red 4344
WANTED An empty building In a good
l,ve town suitable for a restaurant, L.
A. Murray. Arlnn. Ia.. Box 12J.
ANrTEl A good location for a flrst-
olns pool hall. AddrHa Y 249, Ree.
M i seel l neoaa-
W ANTED By two young men, room with
Inplo beos and private batli; state
price. Address P. O. Box KiT.
7 Rooms Modern
Only two blocks from the corner of
th and Farnam. L p-lo-the-iiunute
square two-story house, finished in the
finest of quarter-sawed oak. On full
lot, with the paving paid in full. House
is just newly decorated and in apple-pie
order. Here la one of the most com
fortable homes we know of, in a loca
tion the cyual of any in the city, at a
price lor loos than you could build a
houss for. It s a map. Act quickly.
f yler 153d. Keeline Bldg.
Will buy a brand new alt modern bun
galow, just finished, at 35th and How
H. A. WOLT.
SU Ware Bik Doug
NOT how many, but how good. I do not
build ho nuts in dozen bits, but I do
build them good Phons Benson 12' F
. S Trulltnger.
W. L. fcELBY ft SONd. INSURANCE
Ul- Al T1FL L PRAIRIE PARtC-JTU
Ames Ave, 7 large rooms, bath and
sleeping por h, screens and storm sunli
tluoi. ghout ; south front, fine shade and
l:"de I'mi i-ash and lio monthly, from
I sl'ol -albiu pait. Keys at my reel-cl-nce.
P. J. S -Miineil. Fi ler Am,
Pliuuca Lv.u. jia or Co.lui mJ.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Dandy 5-Room Cottage
Two Ix)ts on Corner
Pine Place for Chickens
Look at 10m So. 48ih Pt-. rUht on
West Iavenworth car line, dandy
room cottage with two lots, all fenced,
ehlcken house, six or seven fine shade
treea. a cracUrrjark little home and
plenty of room to ralae chickens, or
you can build another houae on the
vacant lot. Irli e $.'.4.i; about $.Vrt down
and the balance like rent. Thla little
place, la a world-benter." o do not
waate anv lime, but go out and look It
over right away.
Payne & Slater Co.,
lift Omaha Nat Rank Rlrig.
Good Home Cheap
Nonresident owner haa reduced the
price of hia home to $.. which ron
aiala of a gor1 ?-storv modern house,
located on an east and south front cor
ner lot. with beautiful shade treea, on
paved alreet. The houae la now vacant
and ran be shown anv time bv ap
pointment. Location. 412 lAfavette
Ave. Be mire and look thla up If voti
are looking for a Kood home at low
price in this locality. Reaaona Wo terms.
Vhore n. 7" 102 City Vat. Ilk. Rldg
Rlx-rootn bunsnlow all niotcrn. 4100
N ?lst. Tel. own--r. Colfan Zr.
FOR SALE Strictly modem. 11-room
house; hot water heat; south front lot.
Price. 87.O0. Phone I'ouglaa 1SI8.
On Boulevard South of Leav
worth. S S. Slth St., rooms, full two storv.
new house, oak throughout dov-atalra,
with ma)ile floors upstair, atr!c;ly
modern end a house that will stand the
closest Inspection. Built by a reliable
man, but owing to oircumstn-ves must
bo sold In a few days. Very preity
location. Iook at this and make us an
offer at once.
Omaha Nat. Bk. Rldg Tel.IT.
KIKLI) CLUH HOME
Dandy fi-room houae, all modern.
Paved street, close to school and oar
line, splendid location. Price ti.M0, part
cash, balance time. Ixioeted Just north
of Field Club on 3Xth Ave. Let us
show you thla.
C. G. CARLBERG,
si 2 RR wrns tmf.atkr Bi.no.
FOR (A LE strictly modern aeven-room
houae, nearly new. Field club district;
facea east on the boulevard. Will sell
cheap If taken at once. Ruy direct from
owner. Phone Hirnev T.VK.
Living room, dining room, kitchen,
bedroom and pantry on 1st floor, oak
finish, sun room, bedroom and bath on
2d floor; furnace, modern In every do
tall, east front lot, close to school. Lo
cated near SSth Ave. and Martha St.
Price 23.000. 8100 caah. balance easy.
C. G. CARLBERG,
ai? pwavdris thfatfr BLno.
A FINE brand new bungalow, living
room across front of house; two front
rooms have beamed celling; 8 rooms fln
1ahed In oak; second floor unfinished;
could finish three rooms; screens, win
dow shades; lot 40x128 feet; paved
street; one block to car; east, termsor
lot as part pavment.
rasp rro.. noco. mis.
pays the best. We have a proposition
In small acreage that can he bought for
a small payment down, balance monthly
W. T. SMITH CO.,
City National Bank Bldg.
-ROOM BARGAIN NEW, 6-ROOM. t
8TORT HOUSE, NEAR CAR. A SNAP
AT 88,400: REASONABLE PAYMENTS.
BENSON ft CAR MIC HA EL,
DOUGLAS 1722. 642 PAXTON BLK.
ACREAGE I have for sals 1. Hi. 8, 4Vt,
S and two 10-acr tracts. Prices right
on all. Some Improved. See me.
Phone Doug. 1610. William Colfax,
Hiiite 7QZ-4 Keellne Bldg.
UP-TO-DATE bungalow, 6 rooms, a
dandy, only $2,mo.
W. H. GATES.
847 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 12M.
FIRE and tornado ins. Myrtle Deuel-, fclii
N. 23d. Phone Colfax 1062 after 11 a. m.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED
LARGE LOT BARGAIN-
In the West Farnam district; ?o feet
front for 82.478. This commands an
unusually good .view and Is a bsrgain
for anyone who wants a good, wide lot
for a home. W do not know of any
thing else Ilk this at the price.
HARRISON & MORTON,
91 Omaha Nat l Bank Bldg. 814.
SEE MK lor acreage; have choice tract
north of Florence. R. u. Landeryou. 2o2
Neville Blk Tel. Doug. 675.
100 Beautiful Homes
re being planned for Minna I.tua thiai
year. The most wonderful development
ever seen In Omaha will take place
there. YOIT can make money by buying
a lot or two NOW on easy terms.
CHARLES W.MARTIN CO.,juwners.
THREE oo-foot lots near Franklin school
for 81. KA a bargain. Will sell sep
arately for 200 each.
GEOROE O. WALLACE. Keeline Bldg
t i Ail.su. near irfih M., Si or 44 feet;'
must be sold to cloai estate.
OKIMMKL. V dm. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
If you contemplate building a borne
ibis spring, do not fall to see us. We
have a Hat of choce vacant lots in both
north and west parts of the city.
A. P. TUKKY ft SON.
Tel. Poi:g 602. 1607-8 W. u. W. Bids.
TWO ACRES, close In. 8X200; anT other
acreage. 8-t0 to 8X) No trades. Pat
terson. Douglas 'Mi.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES
Will exchange two business lots clear
of encuntranre. corner of 24th and Sew
ard. PrUe t-,800, for houae of equal
J. B. ROBINSON.
44.' Bee. D. M.
Milt EXCHANUE 1-and cieur of In
rumhrance, in Dundy county, Nebraska,
for land in the Red River Valley of
Mlnntsota or North Dakota. Will as
sume. E. F. Andrus, 3J0 Endicott lildg.,
St. Paul, Minn
I HAVE mono good inunuiu ii stoi K to
trade for equity for land or eiiy prop
erty. W. H. Malinare, 10E7 Omaha Na
CHuli'K W acres, near town. Johnson
Co.. for good Omaha proH-rlv, CAMP
BELL. St CRAIG. Keeline Bids, p. 4vJ3.
RE.1DEUMCE and flats. F.xjhange. f..r
vaant property Tolan I Tr'imhull.
CAN sell or exchange anything ou have
to offer. C. J. Cunan. Mil ague Bldg.
THREE ACRF.S. CHOICE
On paved road near Benson.
MADS A. HANSEN.
407 McCsgue Eldg.
; At'KKS io l;,iiiii), lily viaiii airi ce
meol u jIViS. clone to car l.ne. II vii
. -I.--, t-iiok. snap. 'ItuUM.a. u(i Onidli
..a 1 1. l. ;is..
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Just listed a nifty -room nearlv new
home, strictly notern in every wa,
near 48th and r'arum, on the IJncoln
Highway. Houae haa oak finish through
out and all built-in features, l-erge lot.
80x150 One of the prettiest view Tn the
city. Let na prove it
rATNK 1NVKSTM HNT OOMPAVT.
8th Floor Piti. Nat. Hk. Pldg . I' 1TM o
X ACRES arTd houae, Potilh SldV;' fine
place, well Improved, fruit, etc. $4,000.
W. T. GRAHAM. Be Uldg.
HAVK buyvra for Mod. N. aide rottaaea,
buna-alow. eay payment. Younaman,
"1 Om Nat, ftank Mdg. noun. 147v
W ANTED To buy on monthly payment?
mall atora room, with living room
above, In Central school district, l'hone
braaka Lock Rox 43, South Sioux
FOR SALE BUSINESS PROPTY
130 Sjuar Feet $10.00.
Tbt Be Building Co.
Heal Estate, Loan, Mertgsgn.
WE are ready at all time to
make loans on flrst-claai city
property and eastern Nebraska
farm. Rates on request.
UNITED 8TATE3 TRUST CO.
tl2 So. 17th St,
6 TO for Iobjis on beat class city
residences in amounts 82.0UO up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions
PETERS TRl'ST CO.. 16J2 Farnam St.
OMAHA homes. East Neoraaka farms.
O'KEEKK REAL ESTATE CO..
818 Omaha National. Phone Douglas 8TI8.
' MONET TO LOAN, for years
on improved properties.
SHOPKN & CO.. Doug. f4.
Natl. Bk. Bldg.
$100 TO $10,000 made promnly. F. D. Wead.
Weed Bldg.. 18th A Farnam Sta.
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. C'ty National Bank Bldg.
CITY property. Large loaiu a specially.
. 11. 1 nomas, trs staie cam
CITY and farm loana. 6, 64. 6 per oent.
J. H. Dumont A Co.. 418 atate Bank,
Ac CITY LOANS, C. G. Carl berg. Jl-
H Brandels Theater Bldg.
Cr. MONEY. HARRISON A MORTON.
tlA Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
stocks and Boads.
U1LT-EDGB stock in reliable Omaha
firm paying 10 per cent; no better. Ad
dress M 7K7, Bee.
$3.7nO FARM mortgage bearing 7 per oent.
secured by property valued fli.fiotj. Tal
mago Loomls Inv. Co.. W. O. W. Bldg.
Abstrstats at Tltla.
cheapest. Room T, Patterson Bldg. D.47
IV VW R Title guarantee and Abstraot
JVXiXVXe Co-i a modern abstraot office.
805 S. 17th St. Tel. D. 64K7,
SEED ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract
office In Nebraska. 20$ Braodela Tbsa.
Trackage for Lease.
Will lease trackage, lots 138x180. Union
Pacific tracks on property, 11th and
Norris & Norria.
400 Bee Building. Phone Douglas 4270.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
10 ACRES, all In trees, apples, etc, on
Lime Kiln road, at 8100 per acre,
DAY & HESS COMPANY,
123 Pearl Street. Council Bluffs, la.
GET THIS CHOICE IOWA FARM.
Possession given March 15th. IfiO acres
choice corn, clover, wheat and blue
grass In best part of Taylor county.
All plow land, profitably rolling. Extra
well Improve, well located, good black
soil, well kept, good water. Owned by
Physician, who must sacrifice. Price,
8148 avre. easy terms. Address G 7S3, Bee.
80-ACRE farm near Council Bluffs in the
hills, 6-room house, summer kitchen and
barn. Possession at once. Price 875 per
DAY A HESS COMPANY,
123 Pearl street. Council Bluffs, Ia.
IN DENT. CO.. MISSOURI.
I have some fine bargains In Improved
farms of all sizes; price, $18 an acre
and up; timber land, that will make
good farms when cleared. In tracts of
4u acres and up; price, $8 to $L5 per
acre. 1 have Just returned from down
there and feel aure the country will
suit you. Call or write for booklet,
W. S. FRANK.
201 Neville Rlk., (imaha,
GREAT BARGAINS $u down, 80 monthly.
puys 40 acres, good fruit and poultry
land, near town, southern Missouri.
Price only $0. Address Box bus. Kx
celslor Springs. Mo.
:80-ACRH Impioved farm. 80 miles from
Minneapolis; 100 acres under cultivation,
balance meadow and pasture; good soil;
10-room house, barn and all other build
ings that are neeuen; school house on
laud; price, Juo per aure; one-half cash:
or will sell farm wltn full equipment of
horses, cattle, machinery, etc. Will
make very reasonable price on personal
property. Immediate possession or.n be
had. Schawb Bros., 10-.'8 Plymouth
Building. Minneapolis, Minn.
FOL'R sections eastern Molilalia corn
belt land. Will sell for 86 to 813 Per
acre. For terms and Information write
Sam l O Connell, Rosebud, Mont.
SOLD to S. H. Weidnei. Fremont, Neb ,
the 1 acres advertised last week.
Write him for his opinion of Cheyenne
county. We have S-0 acres, well Im
proved, level land, black soil, perfect
location; 70 acres plowed: HVi miles
from town and accredited nigh school.
We wont have it lout; at tins price
Jn.iXO, t,'! 600 cash;, balance. " for 6
rears. No trades. Write Nugent de
uigpre. ixidko Pole, Neb
ALL THE TIME YOU WANT
Owner of 240 acres In Cedar county, 48
mlits from i-iou City; will make vey
liberal terms to first-class farmer who
can make a reasonable cash payment;
farm haa about laO acres In crop. Is well
Improved snd close to town. Price, $lu0
an acre. W hat's the use of renting?
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Omaha Nefl K:mkHldr.. "maha.
KIMBALL COI NTY LAND BARGaTnT
640 acres in the northern part of Kim
ball county, where the soil Is eiual to
eastern Nebraska; smooth table land.
Price li per acre. It would be rreap at
$.6. Terms will he given if desired.
J. II. Dl MONT A CO..
418-1S Keeline Jtldg I 'honaIous;. WI.
BAROAI.V-For sale. ISO-acre farm ft"
Yoik county, Nebraska, 8 miles south
of Bradahaw, at I Us per acre; 140 acres
Is under plow, lu acres timothy and
al'alfa, 10 airea pasture; $2.(iu improve
neiits. Farmers Stale Bank. Hender
4 UCSHEIJi WHIJCf IAN D, Uc fK
acre. Cheyenne Co.. best sraii grain
Co. in state, fow snaps for eurly buy
ers. Live atrcr.ts nuatod. Wriie Fund
loclniMl Inv. to.. SiiIih'v. N-'i.
.W A ttr. (IM'I i.illll mi
Richard Ki"hl. 'h an
' ' Ontalui, or Lcn-ion. 371 J.
11 . ttl it-l.l .ula
his. ih snd Ames Ave..
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
FOR BA LE Pest large bx iy" hfkh grade
medium prt-ed land In Nehraaka; very
little money required. C. Bradley, al
bach, Neh. o
3Mi ACRKS improved grain and stock
farm. Ml Per acre. .t,in cash; bal. "V
If not sold bv March 1. will lease; $1.70.
1TN. Broken Bow. Neh.
VKK V S I I.p7i T 2.0M acre"NT'h. ranch"
l-argaln price; well I. .rated; b'gMv Im
rnived Relvea tUfford. Range
WHAT have you tn s 'II in farms anil
city property? Sea its. F. T. . alker
A Co.. 077 Omaha Nat Bunk. Omaha.
VPPK.R W l.scu.NM.N-iiMi ortiiy anu
general crop state In the union, settlers
wanted: laiuls for sale at low prices on
easy terms. Ask for booklet 34 on Wis
consin Ceiitrnl 1-aiui Grant. Excellent
lands for slock raising. If Interested In
fruit lands ak for booklet on apple
orcharde. Address Land and Industrial
Dept.. Soo Line Railway. Minneapolis.
Hank Yoo a I'.h.m fun salkt
Write a good description of vour land
and send it to the Moux City (ls.i Jour,
nal. 'Iowa's Moat 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 U: or 60 words, 84. or
It words, $&.
Large nt circulation of any Iowa news
paper; 20,ouo readers dally .n four great
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
TOR any snd all kinds of acreage located
a or near car line, call C. R. Combs.
Bit Brandels Theater Bldg. Doug. S18.
FOR RENT-FARM LANDS
FOR SALE OR RENT March 1. nice
40 acre farm In Sarpy county; good
improvements, fenced and cross fenced.
T miles west of Millsrd, 4"4i northwest
of Uretna. Rent $" per year. A. C.
Wakeley. 406 Omaha National Bsnk
liARN KS-H ttig lianiess sale; wave JO to
. per cent; write today for my bargain
erlce. Marvin C. Van Derveer. 4H2S aiith
t , South Side. Omaha. Neh.
FOR SALE-'-One brown mare. 4 years
old, weight about 1.1MI lbs.; city broke,
also single wagon and harness. 1401
Wirt St. Webster 4196.
T KA Sn sr in m a res. l.a'lo His. BoiTT
TliTrTjMwo milk wagona ror sale, cheap.
Johnson-Dsnforth to.. pith andclark.
HAY $7.00 ton. A. W. Wagner. 801 N. lT
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
CYCLE hatcher and brooder for sale.
Kinv-egg sise, naa oeen uaeri for n
number of successful hatches. Easy,
cheap and practical to operate. Cost
8I. will sell for . 141 N. 4lst St. Har
W ANTKD Hood home for a house dog.
Call Harney 4014.
MXD a-raln10o le.. tl.Vo. Wagner. HQINlI
CHICKENS for sale. Itenaon 810.
But wa keep the pries down. Have
ts.000 stock, all standard makes. Mich
as United Statea. Diamond, (lood - )
rich, Fiske, Racine, 4,000-Mile Guar
anteed and others.
86x4 $13.60-115 ,
36x4 K $20-$22.60
Soma used tires at $8,
Come and see these bargains or
wrlto or phone
Duplex Tiro Co.
2M8 Farnam St. Douglas 4878.
i If you are thinking of buying a good
used car now Is your opportunity to
save yourself money and secure a first
class car. Look over the list and write
or call on us.
One 1916 Msg well $4M
One 111 4 Ford touring car with lota
of extra equipment, extra tires.... 178
One 1814 Ford roadster with extra
equipment, demountable rims snd
new tires. In first class condition. ?7R
One Hupp "ao" 125
One 86 horsepower Maxwell truck.
This car Is being thoroughly over
hauled. Good tires all the way
One a-cyllnder Maxwell roadster.
Presto tank and klaxon horn 100
One Chalmers "30" roadster. In good
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.
Ml Farnam. Douglaa 8M
1818 BRAND new Monitor touring. ...$&"4
iift r ora touring, goon snape boo
1814 Studehaker-slx, touting 850
1912 Cadillac touting (60
1H14 Ford del., closed; like new.... 10
1H13 Overland touring, self starter.. ;I7,',
Auto Clearing House. ?3o9 Farnam. D. 8110
AlJTOMdnTTTB Insurancefire, theft, lia
bility and damage. ART THATCHER,
1817-18 City Nat'l. Douglas 8soi.
Jk-ll I. Maxwell roadster, electric lights,
self-atarter, excellent condition: sacri
fice. M8 B. Elh. Ifarnev 19S3.
GO( iii eocond-hand l.nuu-pouml Huick
truck. $10. Nebraska Rulck Auto Co.,
1914 Farnam. Douglas 721.
GOOD car cheap; easy payments; It will
pay you to look Into this. Colfax S:f7.
Auto Livery sad Oarages.
Industrial Oiirage Co.. 80th & Harney StsT
Alls Tlrce aa applies.
AUTO TIRES HAI.F Pitica
Homer Hill. 1611 Chicago St.
Aato Rrpalrlua and Palntlna.
Automobile painting done-by experts; 20
years experience jn umanu ; work guar
anteed first class. Johnson-Dan forth Co.
ut-n-tA ures last longer, are stronger
and more durable; :x.Hx, 86. W. Lit
Farnam St. Douglas 4K78.
$100 reward fcr magneto we can't repair
Csrepalredaysdorfer, I!0 N. isth
Pfes winter storage when cars are paint'
ed and repaired Johnaon-Panforth Co.
Omaha Radiator Rao Co.. -',34 Far. D. 2 1.
I lacrllt; neoua.
Al'TOMORI I.R IN8VRANCF
Fire Theft. I.t:il.!lty aid I'roiierty
Iwniiw si Lowest Rntes
KIM.Y. i:i.LI8 & THOMISOV
813-14 City Nm. I.ank lildg. Doily.
Ads for servant girls will be run 8
days free of charge for residents of
Greater Omaha and Council Bluffs
I 'ring, send or phone your ad to TH13
BEK office. l'hone Tyler loOO.
Raxgaln In used machines. Victor Roos,
"The Motorcycle Wan. ' nvt leavcn worth.
NOflCB OF ST(X'KUOLDErI
Notlcs Is hereby given that ths regular
annual meeting of ths Stockholders of the
boi'TH plattk land company win
be held at the office of said Company.
Room 701 First National bank building
Ijincoln, Nebraska, al II o'clock a. m. oa
the first duy of .March, A. D., l'Jl.
l.ioioln. Nebraska. February Ui.. 1914.
C. II MOKHII-U 1'iesldatit.
W. W. t URN tit, SecreUiy.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Heavy and Trade is
Actire to Stronger Sheep Slow
to Some Lower.
HOGS SELLING ABOUT STEADY
OMAHA, February 51. 1?1.
Receipts Wrre: Cattle. !Iok Sheen
rRtimate Mondav .... 8.r0
Same H.t l.. u. .-i. in.-
Same Any : wK(l g;
Same ily 3 k.h. ago 6.173
.Same day 4 ka. iii:n K.llt
Same day last ver . 3 Ml
The follnarln. .KI.".Li. .'. ...,.liM .
'cf cattle, hog? ind sheep at the South
Omaha market for ths ,ar to data as
ic..mp,-,d with last y.ar:
p.,,. 118. 11X
"beep Xti x.t s- ST.1
The following table shows the average
ErL.0! n",!', Omaha live stock
market for the last few days, with com
parisons: I?L""" ii'My'inM. nm iivu miii.iio
Vl' i ' 8riT iTilli. I 1 40i 8
t 71 8 8.i I 4l ( ' s M
a :il s .u: ? n. I mi 1 481
8 C4! 8 881 t 8X1 OS T 4l
8 Tl T 75) f 1 80 $
1 8 4.V I 0t! 7 Ki 8 47
8 41. 8 4.S 1 l t 121 1 Sl 8
iiiJi ill 7 ml IT Ml 8 41
871 8 811 T 84' 081 I H
i , i i . $ s H
1 87 .
1 8 SS 7 1 8 Otil 8 !V 77
7 Wl 8 Oil 7 Oil 8 74
8 S4 i i 7 H 8 7
8 8- l h 841 7 04: I 8R
8 4l' 8 Hi 7 06 8 84
X 8i 8 0; i 80 8 1
8 ;l 7 8H 6 88. 7 03
K :t 8 h 8 ft!, 7 01 8 88
7 ! S
("ATTl.K-KmwiMi in. tiMral Vila I
morning, being very much terser than last
week and more than double the run of a
year ago. Fortunately the demand was
active and the big bulk of the arrivals
rhsnged lis nds In good season In the
Fst steers, cows and heifers were all
In good demand and frse sellers at
steady to stronger prli-es. Stockers and
feeders were also In good demand and
firm; In fact, tlie whole market was In a
very good, healthy and satisfactory con
d.tlon from atsrt to finish.
Quotations on cattle: tiood to choice
beeves, $7.S04ii.40. fair t.i good beeves.
I7.3.vtt 7.80; common to fslr brevea, $8f
7.3A, good to choice heifer. 88 a.Vh"i.uo,
good to choice cows. $ii.ontit 00; fair to
good cows $b Xfia.00; common to fslr
cow s. $4.2fMfl Si.; good to choice feeders,
$7.15437 00; fair to good feeders, $4.7i4ji.'.lo
common to fair feeders. $,VftH4M.ib; good
to choice stockers, $7.40"7.S. stork heif
ers, x ivi(7..'5; stock -owe. $!.ajt.8vi;
e'ork calves. $fi.ir.o0; veal calves, T.t
Hi7.'.; hulls, stags, etc.. 8S.00lf.5o.
A. Tr. No.
M4 7 n T . . ..
iff.H 7 41
MM) T no
inM 7 tfl 11... .
HUT 7 U K....
... rr T H
...mm t !
... wu 1 40
.. .mo 1 m
...11KT t 8
1 103 I 00
M nn 7 ! I'
wo n t mi M)
7 7a I " J
771 4 e II W I"
STOCK IS RR AND KEKDEH8.
i nu u I " '
is 74 I i m
i Kt.7 n l 7
11 80 "7
H 11 7 08 1 rn I
is 7U 1 U IS "IIS
S o i i n 101 T re
4 7 t IT. Tt I'M I
M 7e 7 n 4 '
U lose 7 II
HiHJS-A liberal Monday run was on
hand, arrivals being estimated at 17 cars,
or 1:1.000 head. This Is l.oOO heavier than
a week ago and almost 6. "00 larger than
for the corresponding day last year, but
about 1.000 smaller than for Monday two
weeks ago. .
A moderate shipping demand developed,
and as buyers wero not In any great
hurrv to fill their orders they were able
to get what hogs they wanted at about
steady prices. I'ackers- bearlshness also
proved to be a factor In shippers' favor.
Most of the hogs were bought at the
ssme prices as on Ssturdsy, $8.00iai8.10.
First offers made by packers showed a
reduction of as much as a dime from
last week's closing prices, and they re
fused to do any better until well along
In the forenoon. Nothing moved on this
basis, however, and sellers held back
until bids Improved, so that first sales
made to killers looked steady, or very
close to It.
So far as the desirable hogs were con
cerned It was a steady market all the
way through. Ughls. especially the
trashy underweight kind, were neglected
all the way through, and the close found
quite an accumulation of underweights
left for which there was very little de
mand. Rids on a good many of these
reached a steadv basis and as orders
were getting pretty well filled the wlndup
S roved to be the weak time of the day.
ulte a few of the hogs that sold around
noon were quoted as a nickel or more
lower, and even then there were still
some In first hands.
Hulk sold at about the same fi-rurea as
st the close of Isst week a spread of
$7.8Mj08 catching the big end of the
ssles. The top reached $1.10. quite a fow
loads selling at the price.
Sn. Av. Ch. Pr. No. A. h. Pr
10 171 ... 7 Id ss I no . . t sn
m iu ... 7 1 tit 80 T so
ts nn ... t it : it ... t
o nn ) T !. Ill us ... 1 Ml
M ... (Hi 7(1 BUJ ... I IB
71 !'.' .. I I II 3bS ... I 10
11 2(1 ... II
II II ... 8 71 8t 104 ... 7 40
14 Ill ... t
BHEKP The largest Monday run of
sheep and lambs to show up In weeks
was reported today, and in fact arrivals
of sixty-two cars, or about 14.800 head,
were the largest received on any one
dav In some time. Today's supply Is
fi,iV) larger than last week. 8,000 greater
than two weeks ago, and a gain of 4.000
over the aame da.y last year.
The lumh trade got off to a very dull
start. Suppllea were larger than usual,
and packers thought heavy enough to
warrant trimming values a little, mak
ing early offers accordingly. Sellers,
however, could see no reason why Fri
day's prices should not st least he re
tained, and refused on early rounds to
consider making any concessions.
It proved tn be a long session, and
the forenoon was well advanced before
much of any business was transacted,
hut when the hulk finally began to move
1 t was at prices that were mostly steady.
The tendency was, tr anything, a little
easier and in a few spots prices looked a
little bit lower tlisn last week's close,
hut the big end of the lambs sold up
to midday went at stearty prices, (lood
Mexicans repeated Friday's performance,
I. ringing $11.10. while a few aold around
811.00. Highest price paid for westerns
was $10.fto. and a spread cf $10. 7tf'l I 00
aught moat of the sales. lamba for
finishing and shearing eaualled last
week's feeder top of $10 80.
Kwes were In very moderate supply,
and while duality was generally plain
J sales looked about steady. The beat
here sold st 87. Ho and several bunches
lundei! st $7 80. Nothing of consequence
in the yearling or aged wether line was
Quotations nn sheep snd lambs: I,amhs, I
good tn choice. tlO.KMillOo; lambs, fair!
i to ood. $10 rm lO.sfi; iambs, clipped, I'l.oO
i'.t7.r: yearlings, fair to choice llglit, 1
! $.t.;.Vii'l.76, yearlings, fslr to choice heavy,
I 1 4 iir4.23; wethers, fair to choice. $7 35
' ewes.' fair to goid. K.76tf7.6o.
I Representative sales:
, No. A v. Pr. !
I ?i fed lambs 79 10 M I
I i; fed ewes 11.1 7 ::j :
1 4"i fed lambs 7rt 10 76
241 fed lambs 77 10 HO
4H3 feeder lambs 79 10 tw
lioai ( Ity Lire Stock Market.
SlOt'X CITY, la, Feb. !1 CATTIJ-:
Receipts. 3.50 ohead : market atrnng; na
tive ateers. $7.(Woj8.ST.; butchers. 3.'.00?r7 00:
cows snd heifers, 36 cu"! .&."; caunrrs H O
I4 S6; sto kers and feeders, tA.VYH'i 8;
calves. r.M0f 'O. bulls, stags, etc., tr..Sb9
IHVIS-Receipts. 8.000 hesd: market
steady. 60 lower; heavy. $.0n'(J.15; mixed,
r.9o(.0i; light. r.li'W.K; bulk of sales.
f, H-il 1.'..
KHrJKP AND IAM RS Receipts.
head; markst lOrlSc higher; ewes, $6.0o-tf
I 'M. lambs, $UsU10.8o 1
Kaaaaa City Live Stac-k Market.
KANSAS CITY. Feb. JI.-CATTLK
Reielpta. 11.010 head: market higher:
prime fed steers, 38 40i Oi; dressed hef
steers. 87.0ii1i..: western steers. 8 7S
8.X; tl-cat'is and feeders, to. 'Unci. '.6; bulD,
:'.?MW' mlviw, 18 .Vifril 00
IIOOS I(e,et. H.Orti head. market
hlher; bulk of salea. $7.H 18; heavv,
$R0f-tW3: packers and butchers. $H0'f
8 1.; light. $7.7inmo:.; plea. $ :. r?. tft.
SHEEP AND MM RS Rwelpis, 11,0i1
head; market strong; Inmba, 310MMI 10.
yearlings. 3" KM! lrt ,X), wethers. $l.7lr,;
ClIICSOO I.IVR STOCK M IRRRT
CHICAGO. Feb Jl.-CATTLW-Reoelp s,
118,1m head, market strong; native heel,
! 7.irtt .CA . western steers. KTT.tie.J ,
fli ckers and f nedoi . t:- .4r7.40: i and
heifers. 8.;eia::., .shea. ts.cintt 11.2T.
HtKlS Receipts. :f."on bead, msrket
'"'rong. moatly ic hlglier; bulk of salea.
' 8s lilI-1 .3f
llgni, i, t.xiia.a; rnseii, ..-m'
f '"VV X st-
'7. ri , .
SHKEP AND I AM
rougli. 87 9 ff8R..;
head; market firm, wethers. $7.vtr.5,
ewes, $...miivv, lambs. $.V.tll.V
. I. oats Live Stock Market.
ST. UJt'lS, Mo Feb. 21 CATTLE
Receipts, 3.7t1 head; market strong, na
tive beef steers. l7.Mrtrti..V; yesrllng
steers snd hellers. t4...utiti..': cows, 8'.''it
7 O". stockers and feeders. $. iti 7 i.
Texns and Indlsn steers. $.vrfH.O0; cows
snd heifers. $4 0ntf41.u0: native calves. $8.00
HtV IS Receipts. 14.400 bead; market
Steady; pigs and light. $.Wti'4.; mixe.1
snd butchers, $8.it.l0; good hesvy, $VM
SHKKP AND LA MRS Receipts. 800
hesd; market strong, yearling wethers.
fsorviTIO.On; Ismhs, $A.immi M: ewes. $ Wtr
Joseph I,le gtoek Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Feb. :1 CATTl.F
Reeelpts. J.Sno head: market ateodv:
steers. 87nnrfl.?8: rows and heifers. $400
; calves. 8 Ontrin
lirkiH Receipts. T.iwo head; market
steady; top, $.!; bulk of sales, $7.8:4r
SHEEP AND LAMRS-Rerelpts, 8.000
head, market slow; lambs, JlO.VHil 11 li,
C1IICAIJO iHl ISO rROVISIOs
Keatarea ot the Trndlaar and Cloelaa
Prices na Daard af Trade.
CHICAOO, Feb. 21. Apparent almost
complete stoppage of export buying had
much to do today with weakness that
prevailed In the wheat market. Trices
closed unsettled, HsfflVie to STie net
lower with Msv st ll.24Si. and July
at $1 30H Corn finished lic to V3
'o down; oats off He to N'0c, and
provisions varying from 24c decline tn
a rise of he.
No announcement whatever of any
new purchase of wheat for shipment to
F.urnpe was made except a smsll lot of
80.000 bushels st Omaha. In this con
nection. It was said that buyers for the
Rrltlsh government were Interested only
In contracts for April delivery and even
on that option would only blf prleea
which at present were Impossible. IHf
flcnlty of gettlnr freight vessels wss
mentioned as standing In the way and
preventing business. Aside from the
disappearance of foreign Inquiry, how
ever, the market from the outset was
bearlshly affected bv lower quotations
from Liverpool, Improved Missouri and
Kansas prop reporta, and bv liberal re
celpla here and the northwest as well.
Something of a rally in tha wheat mar
ket took place during the Isst part of
the session owing tn a substantial de
crease of the Cnlted Statea visible sup-
Rig receipts ana slowness ot esstern
demand had a depressing effect en corn.
A reduction In the estimate of ths Ar
gentine exportable surplus tended later
tn steady the market. Oats gave away
with corn and wheat. Kxport sales,
though of VMi.ooo bushels, proved an off
set In part.
rmvistnne averaged a little higher
owing to enlarged foreign shipments and
to strength In the hog market. Trading
wss not heavy,
Chicago Cash Trices Wheat: No. I
red, $1.2ftff1.27S; No. 3 red. $1.801.82;
No 8 hard
li.xnstin.ze; no. 1 nsra.
81.18T44T1.31H. Corn: No. 1 yenow nomi
nal: No. 4 yellow. gfKJTHtc; No. 4 white,
7iK,f70'. .Data: No. 8 white, 44Vt34oic;
standard. 4f.V47c. Rye: No. 8. 1&t?
RVmc. Rarlev: WirNe. Heeds Timothy,
tt.hoflg.OO: clover, $10.0oir0.00. Provisions
Pork. $18.!o&10.t0; lard, $10.06; ribs,
$10 S74J1I 87.
Hl'TTF.R Steady: creamery, lfWlo.
EOOS Inwer; receipts, 1.570 esses;
firsts, !8fi2.ic: ordinary firsts. HS'.lHo;
at mark, cases Included, 20tt22Hc
POTATOES iower; receipts. 4 cars;
Michigan, Wisconsin snd Minnesota
whites. ftWrsac; Minnesota and Dakota
POl'LTRY Allva, higher; fowls. 18c;
NEW YORK GR18RRAL MARKET
isolation af the Pay Varloas
NEW YORK, Feb, .-Fl ICR-Unsettled;
spring patents, tn.VKbrn.90; winter
Intents, 8i.8i(u.80; winter straights, $).10
ilf Ksnsss straights. $l.irjAl.ft5.
AVHKAT .-pot. wesk; No. I hard. $!.,
No. 1 durum. $1.48:V; No. 1 northern,
luiluth. $1 4.-, and No. 1 northern,
Manitoba. $1.64. f. o. b, New York.
Futures, easier; May, $1,328.
CORN Spot, easy; No. 2 yellow, 864 fS
8fi. c. I f New York.
OATS-Bpot, easier; standard, KQK.1c;
No. 3 white. rlWaUc.
HAY Steady: No. 1. $1.'-1.87V.: No. t
$1.17Hfrl.Z2Vi; No. 3, $l.o 1.0.; shipping,
HOPS-Btesdr: stste. common to choice.
mis, lf4i27c; 1014. 5'yOc; Pacific coast, 11
lwinc; 1914. strpie.
HIDKS Firm; Bogota, 8:tTBc; Central
L.bATHKR Firm; hemlock first, S3l
provisions Pork, firm: mess. $3100;
fsmlly, tZl.U4r9.Hi; short, clcsrs. $j0 00f
3fi.6ii. Ief. steady; mess, ' $17,001)7 on;
fancy, $ls Wft 19 W). Lard, firm; mlddlo
West. $10 .IKfJ 10. W.
TALIAJW" Steady: city, MJe; country,
itViViSc; special, 9W-
HI "I TKlt r- Irm; receipts, 8.088 tubs;
cieamery, extras, 4Vth;; firsts, Sltfttc;
F.' H IS Steady; receipts, 8.88 esses;
freed gsthrred, extras. Z&VarAc; extra
firsts. Jfl'Xc; firsts, L3V2lc; seconds,
CHKF.SK-fltesdy; receipts. 814 boxes;
state, whole milk, flats, held, colored.
sieclala, lK'nlKc, same, white. 14c; same,
colored, average fancy. V'fta Tc aame,
white, li'-t'STITVc; flats, current make,
specials, IVVtc;. same, average run, 17'ti
I'Ol'LTRY Alive, some stock being
placed at en orlcea. but no sales re-
rorted and no market established,
iressed. steady; chickens. llV'l-'c; fowls.
14iyirjSc: turkeys. Vdic.
Tax Exempt Secured Stock
y offer subject to gale In amount of 1 share- or more.
100 etaareg UNION STOCK YARDS, OMAHA, 6, 99. r f-
Purchaser to receive dividend payable March 1st. OslO
Dividend record of 26 years. Company owns 200 acres of land,
railroad and extensive buildings. Surplus fuud $527,888.66.
BO shares M. C. PETERS MILL
STOCK, $100. Carries Interest
dends are cumulative, paid quarterly. Real estate alone valued
at twice the Preferred Ktock. No mortgage can be placed ahead
of the Preferred Stock.
250 Shares FAIRMONT CREAMERY PREFERRED QQ
STOCK. 1102.50. Interest from date. Dividend 7 D.OO
(juurleiiy, January. This company la one of the oldest and
strongest Creameries in the country, established 18S4, continuous,
dividend record. No mortgage can be placed ahead of this stock.
2J.0 Shares GOOCH MILLING
(LINCOLN) 7 PREFERRED
from date of purchase. Dividends cumulative, quarterly, January.
Preferred as to assets and dividends. Tax exemption from Local
and Normal Income Tax. Stock participates in earnings with.
Common Sinking fund provision for retirement. No bonded
Special Circular Upon Request.
Burns, Brinker & Company
Omaha National Itank Huildlng.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARET
Wheat Market ii Very Weak and
Belli from Three to Fire Centi
CORN IS A VERY POOR SELLER
OMAHA. February II. W8.
The wheat market was very weak ts
day. selling fr.rftc lower, with a fairly
Corn was a poor aelleP today. One or
two cars sold at In higher, while the
hulk of It solrt fullv tc lower, and the
demand was poor.
Oats also took a slump, declining 19
Rye sold a cent lower. Parley was
Clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 1.418.0 bu.; corn. Ii.o00 bu.;
oat a, sji.ouo bu.
At LIerpool wheat closed 'id lower;
corn, HMS,I higher
Primary wheat receipts were t. 348 000
bu. and shipments of I.Ksi.ooo bu. Holiday
Primary corn receipts were S.8?4.0on
bu. and shipments l.KK.flOO bu. Holiday
Primary oats receipts, r.-ere l.aer. noo bu.
and shipments M.'.Oia) bu. Holiday last
Wheat. Corn. Oats
St. Louis ...
These sales aere reported today:
Wheat No. 3 hard winter: IS cars, $1.18;
7V cars. $1.14; 3 cars, ll.l.l'x: 8 cars. 11.11;
tV tars. $1.12; 1 car. $1.11; 1 car, $1.I0H.
No. 4 hard winter: 10 cars, 31.10; 3 cars.
$1,004; 1 car, $l.0R,; 8 rsrs. $1 .00; XI cars.
$1 OR; 7 cars. $1.07: 8 cars, $1.06; I cars.
$106. Sample hard winter: 1 car, $1.08;
1 rsrs, 31. K; 1 car. $101; $ cars. 31.00.
No, 3 durum: 3 rsrs, $t.1s,; $ cars, $1.18.
No. .1 durum: 1 csr. 31.18: 1 car, 31.13; 1
sr. $.IS. No. 8 mixed durum: 1 car.
31 13. No. 3 spring: I car, 8I.1S. No. 3
mixed: 1 car, $1.13. No. 4 mixed: 1 car,
tVrn No. 8 white: 1 car, 8to. No. 4
white: 1 rar. 84c; 8 cars. 4Wc; 8 cars,
V. No. 8 white: I car. 59'4jc; 1 car, 89c;
4 cars, Mc: 7 cars. 87c: I csr, Se. No. 8
white: 1 ear (wheat mlxedl, 8c; 1 ear,
81e: 3 cars, 8c. Sample. wMte: 1 car,
(wheat mlxedl, OJV; 1 csr. JSe. No 4
yellow: 1 car. 8.V; 1 car, 84c. N. 8 vl
low: I car. Sic; 3 cars. (Wc: 3 esrs. fc.
No. 8 yellow: 1 car, Mr; 1 car. n4e: 11
cars. 80c: Xh car, Me; I car, 49c; J-8 rar.
4No. Sample, yellow: 1 car. 4.Sc: 1 ear.
4V; care. 40c: 1 car. ."ftc; 1 csr, 80c; 1
rar. tTc: 1 rar. 3rtc. No. 4 mixed: 1 cars.
84c: 3 cars, e.- 8 cars. .V: 8 cars, 82i4jc;
4 care. lr. No. I mixed: 1 car. 00c: I car,
8: 4 rare. 88c; 11 rsrs. r7e; 8 cars. 8c.
No. 8 mixed: 1 car. (wheat mixed), 8lc;
1 ear. M4e; 8 cars, bV:, 3 cars, 49e. Sam
ple, mixed: 1 rar, le; 1 ear. (wc: 1 car.
41n: 814 cars. 40c; 1 csr. 3c; J cars. 88c;
1 car, 7c: 1 car. 8c; 8 cars. 38c: 3 esrs.
83c; 3 cars. Snc; l ear. 2c; 1 csr, re:
I ears, 2c; 3 cars, tic
Oats No. t white: I car. 4.V: i cars.
4Jc: 8 esrs, 4?Hc. No. 4 white: 1 car,
48c; 8 oars, 41c; 1 car, 414c. Pample,
white: J esrs. 4O0: 8 cars, 89c.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. $
hard, tl.lsfli 17: No 8 hard. tt.HHM.1ll:
No. 4 hard, t1.A41M.10j No. t spring. 11.17
fll.18: No. spring, tl.13tr1.lei No. 1
durum. $1.18t,7T1 18'4 Vo. 3 durum. I1.1SKT
1.18: ssmple. IxvfMl os. Corn: No 3
white. itfri;,c: No. 4 white. TVe4r;
No. 8 white. 8f.rf69He: No. 8 white, 411)
Me: No. 8 yellow, STH-IMXc; No. 4 vllow
8.1tl4l5c: No. 8 yellow. Wer81e: No. '8 yel
low. 49.32o No. 8 mixed. sTStaVWr; No 4
mixed, 81r4c- No. 8 mixed, fle; No.
8 mixed. 4gitmti4c: sample, riMle. Osts:
No. 3 white: 4a4J44o: standard. 43U1
4.1'4c; No. 8 white. 48H0K4S4e: No. 4
white. 41tyfl41c. Parley; Malting. 81
8c: No. 1 feed. 67W2c. Rye: No. f.
SOfrtHc: No. 3, 89ifl90c.
Chicago closing prices, furnished Ths
Rea by Logan Rryan. stock and grain
brokers, lis South Sixteenth street,
Low. I Close. I Pat.
May. 1 ?7-8H 1 V
July.ll 23-liJ 1 23
1 4SI1 !7U.
1 19l 1 20il r
Oats. I i
10 88 I 18 80
10 62W 10 47't
ti 4TH n
11 80 Ml
Mlaaeaaolls Oraltt Markex.
MINNEATOTJfl. Minn.. Teh. .
WHEAT May, tl.SMjl JSV: July. tl MV.
Cash: No. 1 hsrd, $1814; No. 1 northern.
$1 2.iMtl.37i; No. 3 northern, $l.S0K1t
FIOl'R Fancy patents. $8.90; first
dears, $8.10; other grades unchanged.
CORN No. 3 yellow, 'TRflmKa.
OATS No. 1 white. 4Jtvfl44o,
Kaaaaa City Grata aad rverrlslms.
KANSAS CrTT. Me.. Teh. n.-WJTEAT
-No. 3 hard. $1. 18(81.22; No. 3 rl, $1.17Ji
1.31: May. $1,188,; July. $1.14H.
Com No. 3 mixed. foV; No. t white,
8!Vlj(i4jc: May. 71c; July, 73e; No. I
Oats No. 3 white, 48449c; No. 1 mixed,
Rl'i" 1 jeR Creamery firsts, IP; seconds,
17c; packing, 19'xe.
FOOK Firm, 3V; second, .
POCLTRT Hens, 13c; turkeya, 30c;
Liverpool Orala Market.
LIVERPOOL. Feb. WHRAT Spot,
No. 3 hard winter, new, 13s lod.
fXIRN Spot, American mixed, new,
FIOt'R-Wlnter patents. 81s.
HOPS-In London; (Pacific coast). 4
St. I.onls Orala Market.
ST. LOCIS. to. Feb. 11. WHEAT
No. 2 red. $1 24f1.2&W; No. 3 hsnl
nomlnsl; May. $l.30H; July, I117S.
CORN-No. 3. 71Sc; No. 3 whits. 73c;
May. 7FAr; July. Tmie.
OAT8-N0. 3. 4tic; No. I white,
from January. Divi
t E LEVATOR) CO.
"B" 100. Interest
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