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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1916)
HIE HKK: OMAHA, TUKKUAY, MARCH 7, 1910.
HOOKS ANii ((iTlAi.KS.
MOIihKN EXCEPT HtAT
l-R 601 Mnrlha St
k-R. .VS1 N S'th St
-R. 24i7 Ellison Ave
-R. N. 27th St
I-R. 1(U Grand Ave
S-R. "J7 li-lf, Martha St
-R, 618 N. 17th 81
6-R. 618 N. 17th St
I-R. 714 Hickory pt
V-R. 413 N. ih St
5-R. fiat. 3115 N. 24th St...
, nt. r.vo-j; s. th st
i-R. 7hS H'ekory St
5- K. 3316 Ohio St
I-R. 1W9 8. th St
fc-r, s:w Ocrt.v st
6- R. 41 1A N. 17th t
8-R. 414 N. 31st St
S-R. 1!9 8. Hth St
s R Corbv St mrw)
8-R. SM N. nh St. (new) tAin
g-R frvV I)My Ave $IJ.."i
8-R. 3i.i2 Wwfy Av IV.;. ."rt
8-R. 219 Park Ave
8-R. 221 Tark Ave $.'.1
-R. 414 N. 17th St $j:. 0.1
6-R. 627 Park Ave $W.1
SR. 4H02 Dodge St M.00
4-R, Apt "B" Stneoker $3. and $
4-R. Apt No. 1 .'lde 115 in.1 L11
We have others. See ocr complete
list before renting.
AMERICAN SECURITY COMPANY.
Cor. 17th and Douglas Sts D. 5"'.
tlOOO 4-r. house and 4 lota. MIS Maple St.
$25.00 7-r., strictly mod., 8M0 Franklin.
100 7-r.. strictly mod.. 1711 8. 26th St.
140.00 7-r.. strictly mod.. square house.
F51B Pacific St.
, These are all good houses. Look
SCOTT & HILL CO.,
FOR GARDENING ANU POUL.TRT.
i-r., downtown, colored; 111. Also a
1 and a I (like bungalow) and ACRE
GROUND. I and 17. Also l-r.. Cali
fornia bungalow and acre, 114. Tel.
D. M07. Evenings. Wsl. 2t?,
HOUSES FOR RhNT. '
CREIOH. SONS CO.
Ml PER RI.DO. DOUG. V.
FOR RENT AP'TS AWD FLATS
313 S. ?7th, beautiful Apt.; has sun
parlor, built-in bed, screened porch;
NEW, very choice, aub-lease, 140 sum
mer, 145 winter.
HASTINGS HF.TDEN 114 TTarncy.
VERY choice 4 or 6-room steam heated
apartment, on West Farnam St.
JOHN W. ROPniNS. 1802 FARNAM ST.
alODEHN 6-room apartmeut. Including
sleeping; porch. Will located. Harney
ST. CLAIRE 24th and Harney, 1-room
apartment. Harney ti47.
FOR RENT April 1, thoroughly modern
apartment, fi rooms ond maid s room. In
best neighborhood. Telephone Walnut
litis BURT, 4-room steam heated apart
ment; summer. 128.75: winter, $33.75.
RINGWAUT. Prandels Theater Hldg.
MODERN, steam-heated apartment, near
P. P.; 118 upwards. G. p. Stehhlns.
FIVE-ROOM steam heated apartment,
very desirable; tne Chula Vlnta, 30th
lets Theater Olflg. Doug. 1671.
DEIRAUIK alx-room flat, aleam heateo
M20 Leavenworth St. Rent, $30. Conrad
Young. &22 Urandels Thea. Bldg.. D. 157i.
FOR RENT !i-room apartment; all moS
em. Including ahower bath, vacuum
cleaner and dumb waiter. Red 6S72.
FOR RENT Six-room flat; Field club
district. 921 South lid St. Harney 13B.
MOVING AND STORAGE
, MOVING AND STORAGE, ,
PACKING, SHIPPING AND
PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY.
CENTRAL. FURNITURE STORE.
. D. 7785.
GLOBE VAN & STORAGE
Store. - moves, packs, whips; t-horaa
van and $ men, $1.26 per hour; storage,
gper month. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ouglas 4338 and Tyler tSO.
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and roor
Ing. til. N. 11 th St. Phone
Douglas 8iM or Harney 11C7.
DMA HA Truck, Van and Storage Co.,
moving, packing, storage and shipping,
Phooe Douglas 14S4.
Phono Dougtas $88 for complete list of
vacant houses and apartments; also for
storage, moving, lfith ano Jackson bis.
Separate, locked rooms, (or household
oods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
n B. :ti P Doualas 4tq.
FERRIN VAN & STORAGE
Packing storage, 15 Cap. Ave. Tyler 1200
T C T?V17'I1 Express Co. Moving
v. j. packing and storage.
1207 Farnam St. Douglas Clt.
FOR RENT BUSINESS PR'FTY
I dandy fine storerooms at 24th and
Ieaven worth, one of the best locations
in city; rent very reasonable.
CAL.KIN3 ft CO..
Douglas 1.313. City Nat. Bank Bldg.
VERY desirable stores In Grain Exchange
Dunning, lire proof., in line with growth
of business center. Hake a selection to
day. F. D. WEAK, 310 8. Uth 6U,
wean flag. .
STORE, modern: low rent; near post
office. G. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
STORE building, living rooms In rear, 2u)S
N. 20th. Douglas 1863.
GARAGE FOR RUNT.
Oarage for rent, $6 per month, 38th
Ave ana Harney Bts. conraa lounu,
12 Brandeis Theater Bldg. Doug. 1571.
WANTED TO RENT
I'nf Bralahed Jioaars and Flats.
WE HAVE A SYSTEM. THAT
your vacant property. We do It for
others, why not you? Telephone us right
THOS. L. M GARRY.
Keeline Bldg., Red 4344.
WANTED April 1, 4 or &room anodVrn
apartment, flat or cottage, between 2fth
and Suth near Farnam; give full panic
ulara. F 644.
NEW 7-room modern house, Sol? Seward.
WANTED TO RENT Two-chair barber
shop In small town, or place to start
new shop. Write Box X'l. Genoa. Neb.
FIVE BLOCKS OF FORD MOTOR CO. S
$J,800-Half cash, balance less than
rent, buys four cottur.ea on a )-ft. lot;
paved street and aliey; renting for $50
a year. This property wllr soon be
trackage. J117-21 It liard Bt.
J. B. Roblnaon. 442 Bee. Douglas 2097.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
8ICKNES8 compels owner to sacrifice
at once, his fine home in West Farnam
district; walking distance of high school
or..50,!'mown; rooms, all modern,
with sleeping porch; only $3,180; terms.
v Shuler & Cary,
$04 Keeline Bldg. D. 4233.
,o. . CASH
Will buy a brand new all modern buo
gslow. just lliujuieC. at 86th aud How.
H. A, WOLF,
M4 Ware Hlk Dou grg
REAL ESTATE. F.r and Oeuoial InT
gu ranee. Art Thatcher. 1217-18 City
Nations! Hunk Bid. Douglas 301.
FOR bar.-sm s- xlj N. T.tn4it.. i,e
home, with gsrave, esthoirul derict:
small amount of cash rciiirci.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Very Little Cash
Five-room cottsge with bath; Isrg
lot; fine shrubberv and fruit trees.
Price U.X located 4H7 North Sth St.
Norris & Norris,
ton pre Rid Phono Douglas 427.
Latest style, I extra large rooms, well
arranged; oak finish, beamed ceilings
and other special features; choice east
front lot. paved street, near 17th and
Ijilrd Sts. $.v0 cash, or good lot will do
for f lrt imyment.
10H McCaguo Bldg,
BEAUTIFUL TVVvj-STOHY STUCCO, 7
large rooms, sleeping porch and tiled
bath. 2706 Fowler Ave south front,
lane porch; splendid shade, paving all
paid; i'-'xl cash and fto monthly. Phone
Doug. 898 or Colfax If 11.
B. J. BCAXNF.Ll.
liEStRAbLrl nSFSV-A-rooms. EaTfT
down: two rooms upstairs, strictly mod
ern, lot 40x12, on easy terms. 210 Rug-a-lcs
street. Only I2.7"i0.
R. H. LANUF.RVOU.
D. 57tio. '2 Neville Plk.
I HAVE for sale a 4-room house on full
lot. blocks from end of car line,
:A and Grand. Price ll.SiO; tfc'ifl cash,
bal. monthly. W. Colfax. 1. 1510, 7ol
ft-R.. almost new at. mnA. hlinralnw. nek
finish, full slKed lot. paved St., 18th and
! Jtrd. lino down or good lot, J,?:"A
Ji Jl9 MAN. ni Om. Nat. Pk. D 147
11-Hoom house and barn on a lot fWxlU
feet, paved alleys; all modern except
electric lights. 19 Webster St. Call
(t-room bungalow: all modern. 4100 N.
Bl'NGAbOW S-Oak Chatham, Ed an3
Ames Ave. Call Webster 422S.
7-R. mod.. f-'2 Manderson. Webster 3206.
HOME BARGAINS ON SOUTH S11U5
5-r.. modern bungalow, rrlre, a,"Am.
I2T.0 cash. $35.00 per month.
5-r.. mod. in, in CreiKhton'a 1st addi
tion, price $2,iW.no.
ft-r., modern, In Crelghton's 1st addi
tion, price $.1,400.00; IMai.oo ensh.
8-r., mod.. In Crelahton's 1st add., on
large comer lot; prteo $4,010; Iwi cash.
8-r.. modern. 2-storv, 35th and Ltav
enworth St.. price $4.150.m'.
B-r.. modern, near 42d and Ieaven
worth St.. trice H.H00.
Inquire 413 Karhech Blk. Tel. T S7.
Large living room, dining room with
Dutch windows, kitchen, psntry.
rear entry; on first floor finished In
oak, S large bedrooms, bath and sun
parlor on second floor; full cement
basement; elegant fixtures, furnace;.
Just completed; located near 35th and
Martha. Price. $3,750.
C. G. CARLBEUG,
312 Prandels Theater Pldi
R iTf.RO AD MAN.
Just listed, one of the most beautiful
homes In the south part of town that
can be bought at a great sacrifice sale:
8 rooms, strictly modern, with hot water
heat, oak finish and oak floors through
out; one block from Bt. Phllotnena's
church, Z blocks from car; lot Mxl25
feet: street paved; ten mlnutea" walk
for railroad man or business man. Must
be seen to be appreciated.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Rth FI. Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. o
FIVE ROOM BARGAIN
PRICE ONLY $3,000
Strictly modern, full brick foundation,
choice east front lot, dandy garage, lo
cated In Crelghton's First addition, near
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701-2-3 Om. Nat. Bank Bldg. Dotig. 1474
Make an Offer .
I0 S. 35th Ave., -large rooms, fur
nace, modern plumbing, fine eaat front
lot, near Field Club. Nonresident
owner aays get an offer. What will
Payne & Slater Co., .
1 Omaha National Bldg.
5-Room Modern Bungalow
Near 35th and Martha, east front lot,
49x133 feet to alley; immediate posses
sion; easy terms; $509 to $8u0 cash, bal
ance $30 per month.
George & Co.
Phone D. 7Wi. Cltv Nat. Bk. Bldg.
ClJCAR LOT FOR EQUITY.
We have a client who has a five-room
house, modern except heat, completely
furnished ready for housekeeping, near
Hane.com park and 30th and Pacific
streets, or will sell on very easy pay
ments. PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
D. 1781. atn fi. omana isat. hk. mog
FOR SALE Strictly modern seven-room
house, nearly new. Field club district;
faces east on the boulevard. Will sell
cheap if taken at once. Owner, Phone
$-ROOM BARGAIN NEW. -ROOM. J
6 TORY HOUSE. NEAR CAR. A SNAP
AT $3,400; REASONABLE PAYMENT.
BENSON A CARUICHAEU
DOUGLAS 173. CU PAXTON BLK.
, FULL LOT.
AMOS GRANT, 211 Prandels Theater.
FIRE and tornado ins. Myrtle Deuel, $121
N. 3d. Phone Colfag Hti after 11 a. m.
FOR SALE 6-room house and lot on 1519
Berry Ave. Electric lights and water.
ACRES. ACRES. XcTtES.
COUNTRY CLUB ACRES.
You no doubt know where this
beautiful suburban property is lo
cated. On the Fort Crook boule
vard, K miles from the city limits
on the south, and right on the car
line. There Is nd acre property
around Greater Omaha to compare
with Country Club acres. And
there is no acre property has a
briiihter future. It will pay you
well to investigate Country Club
acres, which la now for sale in
tracts of one acre and upwards on
very reasonable terms.
O'NEIL'B R. R. JNS. AGENCY,
634 Brandeis Theater Bldj. Tyler 1024.
W. L. SELBY & S0N3. INSURANCE.
100 Beautiful Homes
are being planned for Mlnne L'isa this
year. The most wonderful development
ever seen In Omaha will take pKca
there. YOU can make money by buying
a lot or two NOW on easy terms.
CHARLES W. MARTIN ft CO.. Owners.
WILL BUILD TO 8LI t.
Have 15 first choice lots i Leaven
worth Heights Add.; easy terms. Doug.
r,r K- t01""' ' P stur. B I dg.
FOR BALE or trade a satisfactorily lo
cated lot in Albright. Cheap for cash.
Write P. tsa. Bee.
BARGAIN in 7-rooui, new, all modern
house, Crelghton's 1st addition, on cor.
ner lot, for $4,u00; easy terms. Tebbens,
Siio Omaha National. D. 2U2.
M IsceJIa neous.
Bargain Two Lota
We are offering these two lots, sewer,
water, gas and sidewalks In and palj
for. Good building sites for medium
priced homes. Call us for full descrip
tion. Hiatt-FairfieM vCo.,
fV Omaha Nat l Bsnk B Ids. Doug. 4i
KiNE lot on ilaiurolt. Unar Hixih; close
to si houl: onlv 1 mile from l.'nlon depot.
Owner, Mrs. II. L. Harris, Grand
No. I ".in ft. 1 hone
lis I ' D.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPHOVED
If you contemplate building n home
this spring, do not fall to see us. e
have a ll' t of ihol.S vm ant !ots In boCi
north and west parts cf the city
A. T. TtKF.T soy,
Tel. Doug. HI 15V7-8 W. O. V. Bldg
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
START HUH lU'MK IN HICNSON:
urY this lot:
HO.fO down and IliVOO per month; price
l-VHi.tiO: else, 5"xl2; located on Intrust
St. between Clark and lliirnham; not
far from school and car line. Ueo. R.
Wright, lice office, Omah:.
Attractive, modern homo, well lo
cated; built for a home; has living
room arrangement with fireplace; din
ing room, aim room, kitchen and
breakfast room first floor: 3 very good
bedrooms and sleeping porch on second
floor; oak floors and oak and birch fin
ish: excellent conditions throughout.
Full south front lot with cement drive
way and garage for two cars. $1,500
cash will handle.
Glover & Spain
D. XXt:. 91-2Clty Nat. Bank.
Why pay K0"0 or $7,t"K) for a Dundee
home when you can buy this one for
$5,iMV rooms, strictly modern, oak
finish on first floor, white enamel sec
ond floor, with oak floors throughout,
dandy sleeping porch or sun room, full
cement basement: lot 50x150 feet, and a
(lnndy at that. House la nearly new.
Owner is sacrificing this on account of
leaving the city.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
D. 178V. 5th FI. Oinnha Nat. Bk. Bldg o
Or, Blst St.. between Dodge and Far
nam, your choice of 3 beautiful east
front lots, about the center of this
block, at $1,750 each,' on easy terma.
D. V. Sholes Co.
915-1 Clv Nnf. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 4!V
Five acres hlghely Improved. 10 blocks
from cltv enr line. Priced right, for
quick sale. 3'4 acres on mncsdamlxed
road, nenr 1rlngton. Good Improve
ments. Price, $l,ton, 2' acres Vi mile
from Interurban car line. Good, now, 4
room house, and other Improvements.
Price, $2,500. 5 acres, one block from
car line. Good Improvements and a
dandy truck farm. Price is right.
acre and 10-room modern house with
keeping porch, in Bellevue. Reasonable
price and terms. Un'mprove.l tracts
ranging in sixe from of an acre to
10 acres on essv terms. C. R. Comhs.
Ill Brando! Theater BMg, Douglas 1916.
Phcne 2ur!day r rvenhigs.Webster H'M
FINE block, ''Beautiful Be.levue,'"'" 12 Tot
close to Interurban, for a few weeks
GEORGE O. WAL.L.ACE. Keeline Bide.
WANTED To buy on monthly paymenta
small store room, with living rooms
above, In Central school dlBinci. Phone
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
FOR AN ABSOLUTELY
safe investment, nothing is better than
land, planted to an Income-hearing crop.
We can offer you something extra
good at a low figure, on easy terma.
W. T. SMITH CO.,
S13-14 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
CORNER, close In; rent $. price, $J,5u0.
S. P. BOSTWICK ft BON.
800 Bee Bldg.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES
OWNER WANTS LARGER PROPERTY.
We have a client who has a brand
new five-room bungalow that he will
exchange for a good six or seven-room
house, or will sell on easy payments.
This bungalow is finished in oak, with
oak floora in three rooma. Won't con
sider anything but a strictly modern
house. If your home is too large, see
us at once.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
D. 1781. 5th PI. Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg o
SIX well located houses, I, 6 and 7 rooms
each, renting for $l,N3ti a year; value
$22,700. Will exchange for good farm
land In eastern Nebrasaa or western
HASTINGS & HEYDKN. NS14 Harney.
New PHONE Douglas 3768.
John A. Olson, 619 Bee Bldg.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
1912 7-passenger. $5.0oo pierce Arrow,
in fine condition; will trade for land
or Omaha Income property. Pay some
cash. Address C Mfi. Hee.
CLEAR OMAHA $1,000, -4.l1, $S.O0O up
to lao.ono for OMAHA EQUITY or
EAST NEB. PARM LAND. Give full
details In first letter. L 35. Omaha Bee.
V 1 LL exchange fine central Minnesota
farm for farm Rockyford district, Colo
rdo. M. Diinlwn. Royalton. Minn,
tilG BARGTiN&TO acres miles N. VV.
of Newport, Neb., for Omaha Income.
See me for price and particulars.
J. A. ABBOTT, Patterson Blk.. Omaha.
WELL improved Mi acrea. 5n miles from
Omaha, vacant or Improved for a 'reage
near Omaha. Thomas Campbell, Keeline
J?J1'. L""glaa 48.'3.
FOR SALE or trade a satisfactorily-!
eaten lot in Aliirignt. Cheap Tor cast.
Write P. fr28. Bee.
CAN sell or exchange auything you have
to offer. C. J. Canan. McCugue Bldg.
REAL ESTATE-BUS- PROPTY
6 FEET, lth St.. $ oiks, from viaduct.
$6,600. McCague lnv. Co.. MoCague Bldg.
Heal testate, Lutti( Mortgagee.
WE ar ready at all Urn to
make loana on flrat-clasg city
, property and aaaUm Nebraaka
farma. Rates on request
UNITED 8TATE3 TRUST CO.
SIS So. 17U st.
TO for iuAua on Pest class city
residences in amounts $2,uu0 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable cominiaslona
PETERS TRUST CO.. 122 Farnam Ht
OMAHA homes. Kt Neuru.ka farua
O-KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1811 OmHhaNatlonal Phone Duslas ITli
MONEY TO LOAN, for " years.
on unproved Lroucrtlea
BHOPEN ac CO.. Duug. 44.
Mo.NEY on band f u; city and
farm loans. H. W. ltlndor. City
National Bank Bldg.
Natl. Bk. hhlr
1Cj TO $10,000 made Dromply. K. D. Wead.
weaq iiiog.. inn ot rarnam pis.
CITY properly. Large loans a specially.
W. H. Thomas. State Bank Bidg.
Act. CITY LOANS. C. G. Carlberg. $14
u U Brandeis Theater Bldg.
CITY and farm louiis, 5. ti per cunu
J. H Dumont A- Co . 418 Btate Bank.
Ko. MONEY. HARRISON at MOHTONJ,
im lmaha N-U. Bank Bldg.
HAVE two i,'J0 mortgages di awing $
per cent Interest; secured on Tennessee
land; due in $ and 4 years; will trade
fur good automobile, or what have you.'
A d d i ess C tilfi. Omaha Bee.
mortgage Have ior $2,uu
Mlge. on loo acre farm In Nebraska. C.
A Giliiiini'l. M Om. Nat. Ilk. Bids
1. in FA KM niuims, .curing 7 per cent,
. secured by W seres of ltina. Talmage
Loumla I n v. Co , W. O. W. Bldg.
thalracta of Tide.
J1 I AUAXTKK Abstract to. The
UUAUAiUlljrj best sbsiiaet la t e
cheapest. Room 7. Patterson Id , . I?
i?F.Kl AUSTRAC1 OJ.. oldeatabstrai"t
o fflce tn Nrhra'ka Hrandeta Thea
lv V Title tusrstnee and Ah.tr:ir
lJ,tiIW CK a nndlin, bet 'set offlcsx
105 S. 17th St. Tel. 1. 4.:.
FARM AND HANCH LANDS
TWO highly Improved quarter se. tl us
In Kai s s, :l miles west of Kan as Cuy.
pric.- low. Genet al Mcrca-ntHo Co..
240 ACKKS, 46 mills Irom Minneapolis,
nesr two good railroad towns; one
hslf under cultivation, balance use for
pasture and hay; can practically all
be cutlvated; good soil, good set of
buildings; this land will produce
bushels of corn per acre; country la
thlctly settled; complete set of ma
chinery; 27 head of stork, consisting
of II cows, balance 1 and 2-year-olds;
4 good horses, 25 hogs, chickens and
everything on the fsrm goes at I'S per
acre. Immediate possession can be had.
11W Plymouth Bhlg . Minneapolis. Minn.
DO YOU W ANT IT?
Call or write for our free booklet tell
ing all about lent Co., Missouri. It
will pay you. We make our next trip
Tuesday, March 7. We are selling Im
proved farms at $20 t. $0 per acre. All
sixes. Easy terms, l.et us know what
you want. We have It In thn Oxark.
W. S. Fit A N K . 201NejnoHlk.
OjlEUT BARGAINS $ down $." ruonthly.
buya 4o acres, good fruit and poultry
land, near town, southern Missouri,
trice only I,5. Address Box WW, Ex
celnlor Sprltms. Mo.
KIMBALL COUNTY LAND BARGAIN.
640 acres In the northern part of Kim
ball county, where thn soil Is equal to
. rastern Nebraska; smoolFi table land.
Price, $12 per acre. It would be cheap
at $15. Terms will be given If desired.
J. H. DUMONT CO..
4NS-1 Keeline Bldg. Phone Doug. aW.
la UUSHELS WHEAT LAND. Uj Pl'.ll
acre: Choenne Co.. best sniAll grain
Co. In state, few snaps for early ouy
ers. Live agents wanted. Write Fund
Ingsland luv. Co.. Sidney. Neb
FOR SALE. Veclion, -miie west of
Clarks, Neb.; good Improvements; 0
acres in wheat, balance pasture and
hay meadow; $17,000.00. Owner. W. D.
Abel. Clarks. N'eh.
rCR SALE Best large bony hUh grade
medium priced land In Nebraaka; very
little monoy required. C. Bradley. '.Vol
bach. Nan. o
New York I.anda.
MAKE your money when you buy; then
you will not have to make your profit
above Its value when you sell. 7-acre
farm, with cows and team, price $2.6oO;
$w cash, $H) yearly. v
Failure is often the first step to some
thing better; 4-acre river view farm,
with cows team and tools; price $2,4o0;
1x00 cash, $W0 yearly.
Do you know what it Is to be losing
when $1,60u profit would set everything
right? 63-acre farm, 2 barns, hennery,
I apple orchards, 200 clierrv trees; level,
no stone; price $1,750; $;oo cash, $100
R. R. fare paid one wsv to purchaser.
E. MUNSON. 2426 S. Sallna St., Syra
cuse, N. Y.
North Dakota Lands.
BUY" North Dak ota farms from owner
and save agents commission. Write
Asa Styles. Esmond,
i iitsr-i iiAss corn larm. improven. near
town; $4o per acre; northeast Oklahoma.
Relyea A Glfford, 316 Ramge Bldg.,
i imsna, ien.
LPPKK witiCUNbiiN i,e dairy amT
general crop state In the union; settlers
wanted; lands for sale at low prices on
easy terms. Ask for booklet 14 on Wis
consin Central Land Grant. Excellent
lands for stock raising. If Interested In
fruit lands ask for booklet on apple
orchards. Address I .and and Industrial
Dept.. tioo Line Railway. Mlniieapolia
Farm land ads placed in these col
umns reach the kind of people all
over the west who have ample funds
with which to Invest In lands.
Quality and quantity are both found
In THE BBE'H country circulation.
Although the aubsciltlon rate la
higher, THIS 13 EE has a greater coun
try circulation dully and Sunday than
its nearest Omaha competitor. Bend In
your ad snd reach aome real buyers.
HAVE YOU A FARM rUK BALE!
Write a good description of your land
and send it to the Uloux City (la.) Jour,
nal. "Iowa's Most Powerful Want Ad
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FOR any and all kinds of acreage locatsd
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FARM LAND FOR RENT
FARM for rent. 1
alfalfa; cash rent.
So acres In
tion B, Route 1, Omaha. Phone Wal.
85 ACRES fine rich level land, close to
Benson, $7 an acre.
HASTINGS AV HEYDEN, 1614 Harney
MUST SELL HARNESS
$2,700 worth of double harness to close
out at a niscouni or one-intra irom reg
ular price; $1,0(4) worth of single har
ness to close out at one-half regular
price. Harness shipped subject to In
spection. If not satisfied, money will
uyt-Sl-33 N. 1th Ht . Near Clark Bt.
NOTICE TO FA KM EIUT
Have arrived with 22 of my big, well
matched mares, dapple grays, roans,
bays and blacks, from 6 to 8 years old.
weight 1,30U to l,r lbs. If you are In
want of honest work mares don't fall to
see them, for they must be sold before
the 1Mb to settle my entire estate. Lady
owner. Barn In rear. IM H. 24th Ht.
SPRING wagon, $A; lumber wagon. $JT.
1 i.v. Bouih Pith.
HAY $7.k ton. A. V. V.'asner. Mil N. 14.
HARNESS, SADDLES AND TRUNKS."
We make them ourselves and sell thsm
direct to the consumer. Why pay two
profits for Inferior goods when you can
get high-grade goods at first cost?
ALFRED CORNISH CO.
1210 Farnam St.. Omaha.
SEVERAL htevy horse. 1.4UU to l.7') lbs.,
suitable for work on farm or dirt road.
Call W. K. Glenn at West Yard. 42d and
Jxard Sts. Wal. 2701.
BCNDERLAND PROP, CO
Thirty-two milk wagons for sale, cheap.
Juhnson-Lauforth Co.. Irtth and Clark.
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and the largest number of prospective
buyers can te reached through the
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POULTRY AND PET STOCK
MONEY In chickens: write for Johnson's
free catalogue Poultry Know-How.
about the pay-for-llaelf Old Trusty In
cubator. M. M. Johnson Co., Clay Cen
Thoroughbred Boston terrier
mates. ': f emu Irs. t'J
Max Oebiler Bird Co.
1817 Farnam St.
S. C. W Legnorii heiiH, $J.fcJ a duxcu. Col-
tt I'ifO. Will deliver.
tlXD grain, loo isTtli- Wagocr. 8ul.Nli
.OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET
Good Run of Cattle it Moitly of the
Stocktr and Feeder Order,
Beeves Being Scarce.
DEMAND FOR BUTCHER HOGS
OMAHA. March ti. 1!'1'.
Receipts were. rsit:e. Hogs. Sheep,
f-stlmste Monday . ... t '.mm i.i"V
Pnine n last week.... JiV, iv R4l
" d.iv 1 w,eks agn .2 12.U! lYtOJ
Vtn.e lu v 3 e K ago 4 v ; lts': s.4'
Same dr.y 4 i'ele ni;o 71 13. Ml II
Same ilv Inst voir.. I i,.V.' t.i "'
Rece i.ts niul dlnpofilloit of live si -ck
at the Union stock nr.ls for twenty four
hours ctullng .it 3 'o'clock yestordny:
R ECKIPTS CA Rl .( TS.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r's.
C. M. A St I
Missouri Pacific .
Union Pacific ....
C. N. w., cist.
C. e N W . west
C . St. P.. M O
c, n. o., est...
C., B. AV tj , west.
C. R. 1. A P.. eas t 17
C . R I A P.. west. ..
Illinois Central 31
Chicago. C.t. West.. In
Total receipts . .350 II
Morris A. Co..
swift AV Co
Cudahy Packing Co..
J. W. Murnliv
Lincoln Packing Co..
So. Omaha I'mk. Co.. 7
V . 'i. Viinrant Co i7
Benton, Vansnnt L. S-47
Hill Son 5'
F. 11. twls 4?2
Hi;ston AY Co 4t
.1 B. Root A Co Ill
J. H. Bulls . 14
I.. !'. Husx 14
Itosenstoek Bros 450
F. G. Kellogg 13
Werthelmer AV Degen. 1M
H. F. Hsmllton M
Sullivan Bros 30
Mo. Ar Kan. Cnlf Co.. 331
Hindi's : I't
Haker, Jones AY Smith. R3
Bh liner Bros Hi
John Hsrvev 441
Dennis AV Francis 103
Jensen AV Lungren M
Other buyers 153
8, (W0 7.4.13
The following tsble shows the receipts
pr cattle, hogs and sheep at the Omaha
Uve Stock market for the year to date
as compared with last year:
iniii t ii i a Tne Dee.
battle ";,; K7 ifSMH K3.SM
J.'0" K52.4k H.14.77?. i17,iiib .. ;;.
SIV" P 4.tu.is. 5M.440 75.4,
1 he following labia snows the average
prices of hogs st the Omaha live stock
market for the last low days, with com-
t'w l en .rial
bate. I inn; liiiir. iittu una iil2. 11911
W- 7 W$46I I 421 I 14' " 0
H. T S54, I W I l I M I
133 1M ISTW
si. I T r i i mi i loi oji i on i
ill U t Ml I I U 03) 1 0l 11
VI. I 8 iV,SI 5S $ Mi I 5 M! 7 04 30
or,i mi pi a ii i i H i
8 I6i 47i N 4..' 8 12. 0?l M
t SO! I 421 I 04' t 08
I I $4 s 181 I 11
h 5i' i 8 20i A lfli
4 8 I t
H C .
8 55 1,
I 78 SO
to 9 Mi
42, 8 541 8 3ft
8 411 8 ! H 341 811
M 8 1l 8 S0 I 3
57 8 8ri! 8 It V I 7
CATTLE The week starts out with a
very fair run of cattle, about 8.600 head
and a good share of the offerings were
on the stock er and feeder order, desir
able beeves being comparatively scarce.
The market was fairly active and Just
about steady all around. Choice beeves
sold up to $9.10, as high ss snythlng
has sold this season. There was con
siderable Inquiry from feeder buyers as
wen as snippers and anything gooa
enough to Invite competition found a
ready sale at full last week's quotations.
cows and heifers were In moderate
supply and quotabiy unchanged.
Trade in stock oattle and feeder steers
waa moderately active and prices In
pretty much the same notches as toward
the latter part of last week.
Quotations on cattle: oUod to choice
beeves, $.&O4je.u0; fair to gooa beeves,
r itf 25. common to fair beeves, $7.(ij
00; good to choice helrers. Pi. ifxtf7.t0:
goon to choice cows. 8ii.iiUuT.til; fair to
good cows, $rt.00ty4.60: common to fair
cows, U.un'b.bQ; good to choice feeders.
$7.UKU8.00; fair to good feeders. $7.aw7.J:
common to fair feeders $ti.(Hiy7.20; good
to choice stockera $7.7fxtf!.10: stock heif
ers. M.26fi7.W: stock cows. 86.76416 76:
stock calves, $8.&0U.00; veal calves, $7.2i
to.uo; duiis. stags, etc.. io.hxu. is.
No. A. Pr. N. . Pr.
1 Too I U I Ill 18
Before you buy a used car come and
look over our stock. All our can are
In perfect condition and at reasonable
Enger "." practically new.
2 1IM8 Maxwell touring cars, slightly
used, at a bargain.
1H15 Ford, self-starter, slip covers, good
aa new; bargain.
1014 Ford touring; god shape.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
2218 Farnam Bt. Douglas 861
1918 Dodse touring $57)0
1H12 Btevens-Duryea tornlng $sov
lKld Monitor touring &
1 a 1 2 Mitchell Six touring $4A0
Kissvlkar Kpeendster. bargain
Chalmers Six touring V0
Auto Clearing House. 2209 Farnam. D. 8310
OVEltLAM. 1H10-VAlll lake first reasoll-
ahle rush offer Collin 8T.H7.
WANT 115 Bulck. Overland or
or two cieur 101s in umana.
Aato Livery and Goraaes.
Industrial Oarige Co.. 20lh St Harney als.
Asto" KepalriaaT aa(TPalntln;.
Automobile painting done by experts; II
years' experience In Omaha; work guar
s n teed first class. Johnson-Dsnfortn Co.
Il'O reward fr insgneto we can't repair.
Colls repaired. Bayadorfer. $10 N. Uth.
Fie winter atorage when cars are paint
ed and repaired. Johnson-Danforth Co,
KF.H. Auto Radiator rlei.a.r Service
prices rlirht. 21K S luth St. D. 730
JOE MI.'RPHV Auto reparinif. 113 S. 17th
M. Tyl er 207, night. Red 67M
Ciinal.a Radiator Rep Co., 2 M Far. D. L
Auto Tires and Snupltes.
SOME MORE I ARGAIN3
80-33-4 S. S. casings, complete with
tubes, $17.50. Standard make. Ujaian-
Ued" DUPLEX. 2tl8 Farnam.
aWTtires iiaXf PRICE
Homer Hill. 1111 Chicago St.
Kl er t rlc A alowoelles.
Walter Anderson, exp't rsp'g electrics A
batteries. Bt orsge. 230 Fsrnam. D. 411T.
Fire. Thsft. Liability and Property
Damage at Lowest Rstes.
KILLY. E.LLI8 4k THOMPSON
18-14 City Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 381$.
MOTORCYCLES AND BICYCLES
)i A RLE Y-DA VIDbON MOTORCYCIJ:
Bargain In used machines. Vio'.or Roos,
The Mulorcycle 8lan." Tins Leavenworth.
, 7 K IS
, ll"l 1 .1 !
, 9S4 I H It
I 1 14 Ti.
, t'Tt II
1414 I Id
STl lis AND HEIFERS.
tin to If i ;
, ll 4 ss u
UN iii 1 lies 7 on
trt 0 7 i
! 7 a
ll ? 71 U
MA n nn ti
H7a it it
.111 in.' I s
; t M III
i' A I. VPS
. . ki : rn i tun I M
w m t . us 10 m
HTIH'hi'lH AND t'KKI'Mt.
Tie. t tit I je T t
W 7 V f 711 T W
i ; (( 7t 7
( 7 U
HOGs Hog receipts. while slightly
Isrger than on last Monday, were con
sidered moderate, arrivals being estl
msted at in cars, or .( head. With
the exception of lest week this Is the
smallest for a Monday since five weeks
ago, but Is four times as large aa for
the corresponding day a yesr ago.
Shipping orders acre not very liberal
and as was the case on most days last
week were largely fur butcher weight
hogs. Hurchsses of the outside buyer
looked fully stesdy and In some rases
strong to 4c higher.
The general market was fairly active
and steady to sc higher. Bulk sold et
JABOtm SO and the top readied $S .", the
highest price psld since August, IKI4. and
with that one exception as high as any
thing has sold since July, litis. Ther
was the usual sprinkling of light stuff
under the bulk. .The discrimination
against underweights which featured Isst
week a trade was. however, less severe,
and while a few loads of common lUhts
enl through the entire forenoon with- !
out even attrartlng a hid a greater per
centage of them sold on the early mar
ket ailing with the desirable hogs. As
has been said on so many occasions the
market on the light stuff Is a very un
even proposition and Ihe few acrstch
sales which are made every day should
not be taken as any criterion of the gen
nn Pr No. Ar Hh. rr
m i it ai Km an a v
... i vi t in I en
... i st mi .it: o ;n
... its ti i ... $ w
... 7 71 IM I
m mi 7. l f
t H T r t 40 Mi
W tn i ... I an
, 1 1
BHEEP Then was only a fslr assort
ment of sheep snd lambs here for tlie
opening of the week, estimates PiBliia
for thirty-four cars, or 8.u00 head. 1hl
Is 2.000 smaller than last week, and only
a little more than half as large as twe
weeks ago. hut Isrger than for the cor
responding Monday of laat year by over
l,Ort head. M , A ,
When packers finally slsrted In o clean
up the balance of the offerings they had
modified their Ideas quite a bit. hut while
actual sales looked nearly steady there
waa a weaker tone, and slight declines
were noted In several Instances. Noon
found the bulk of the supply In packers
hands, but there were still a few bunehel
unsold even at this time. As high aa III If.
waa paid esrly for westerns, and this
firlce proved high enough to stop the Mex.
cans later on. fine deck sold early at
$11.16, hut lambs from the same feed lot
as those that brought thla price last
week took a nickel less todsy. Two losds
of Idahna sold to a country buyer at $100,
s nickel above last week s top on fee fl
ing and shearing lamba.
oniv a rew ewea were nere, ana trans
was In the main steady, although prices
showed a' little lower tendency in a spot
or two. The $8.00 quotation on choice fed
westerns which waa in force all last
week was chalked up again this morning.
while a fairly good kind landed at $7.wvtc
7 8". and some on thi plain order took
Quotations nn sheen ntin tames: Lamba.
good to choice. $10.KMrll.lfi; lamba. fair
in good. Slft.Atstf lO.Hb; lambs, chppod. $9.28
4V10 00; yearlings, fair to choice light, $3.23
4S.8ri; yearlings, fair to choice heav.,
H.0OtJ.2(; wethers, fair to choice, $7.5
1 in; ewes, gooa to rnoice, n.vixnfl.uu;
ewes, fair to good, $7.0007.76.
No. . Av. Pr.
10 fed lambs 84 11 10
211 fed lamba 88 11 Id
118 fed lamba 01 10 7$
141 fed lambs 78 11 10
If J fed lambs 82 10 HA
167 fed ewes 110 8 Oh
146 fed ewea 110 10 SB
80 fed awe 118 10 85
CHICAGO I.IVF3 IITOCK MARKET
Cattle Flrav lloara Mlrong Rajrep
CHICAGO, March 8 CATTLE R.
eelpts, 18.000 bead; market, firm; native
beef cattle, $7.3&jti.78: western Steers, $7.16
4i X; stockers and feeders, $5.7ir7 .90;
cows and heifers. 83.5Oi&g.60; calves, $8.25
HOGS-rcelpts. 80.000 hesd; market,
strong- to 6trl0o higher: bulk of sales,
$.0O412R; light. $i 7f.flO.20: mixed. $H (($
; neavv, tn.ijQiv,,: rough. m.7Ml".aj:
pigs, $7 ar.fls.ss.
BEP A Nn 1.tMn.R.ini. it am
bead; market, unsettled; wethers.' $8 Hf'
l.8(; ewes, $Vftvfi8.60. lambs, $.atnBll.Zt.
Loals Live Mock Market.
BT. liOUIH. March 8. CATTLE
Receipts, 4.4n0 head; market, higher!
hatlve beef steers, I.5'-ti1 50; yearling
steers and heifers, $8.,Vit.50; cows " 00
7.26; stockers and feeders, $.6ii7.76;
exas and Indlsn steers, $o.264W.OO; cows
snd heifers. $4O(r8.0O; nstive calves, $0.00
HOGS Receipts, 14,800 hesd; market
strong; pigs and llirhts, $8.609.16; mixed
28 Bhr' 8 96B 2r'; ooa heavy, $!.U
SHEEP AND IAMBS-Recelpts. $,8il0
r""JLv tTiraet. lower; yearling wetbera.
lOjeyiOOO; lambs. $.O0t6ni.25; ewes. $n.rd.
Kaasas City Lire Itoek Market.
KANSAS CITY. March 8 CATTLE
Ri-celpts, n,7fi0 hend; market higher;
prime fed steers, b.76'ji9.50; dressed beef
steers. $70'a.75; western steers. $7.v
$.00: stockers and feeders. 88.n0fi6.8u;
bulls, $8 5iirf7 00: calves. $8.5rnll.00.
. IOOM Receipts. 8.000 head: market
trong; bulk of sales. $8.8(iia.0G; heavy,
$0rvf3il0; packers snd butchers. $S.8ra
.oS; IlKht, $H.-.l; pigs. $7. 4oti8.60.
SHEEP AND LA MLS Receipts, 12..00;
market lower: lambs, )0 75911.00; year
llnrfs. $!.2f.fr 10.00; wethers, $7.768.40; ewea.
Rloax City I.lya stork Market. '
PIOUX CITY, la.. March 6. CATTLE
Receipts, 4.0u0 hesd; market strong to 10c
higher; native steers, $7tE,y3.40; butchers,
$'kWs)7.50- cows snd heifers. $4.50ft7.0j;
stftrkrs anit fA m m a,: tt .,'? 1 .. .
! Sfl.OirAtt.iO: bulls, slaas ' etc.. tS.V.JM
HOGS Receipts 4.0ft) head; market 10c
hlRher; heavy. $S.7r-V8 90; mixed, $8 fif.fl
8 75: light. $8.508.65; bulk of sales, ts.to
SHEEP AND IAMBS-Reeelpts. t.rA)
heed; market strong; ewes, $4.597.26:
lambs, tb 50r.jll.00.
Bt. Joseph I.lva fork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Marcn 6 CATTLE Re
ceipts, i 10 head; market strong; steers
$7.5rri9.tfi; cows and helfera. $4.60jj.75;
I calves. 7.0Oijjl0 .
iiei-ripis. o.'r-sj neau: maraer
strong; top, $9 0, hulk of sales. K.7.".a
SHEEP AND LA MB -Receipts. 9 000
hesd; market steady; lamba, Ilu.&tflll.lO.
Live Stock la Bight.
Receipts nf live stock st the five prin
cipal markets were aa follows:
Cattle, lines Hhen
I South Omaha 8.tVrfl l.fioo 8.'i0
1 nicago is.om wi.tiro I8.I1OO
Ploux tlty 4.000 4iOD 1500
St. Loirls 4.400 14,I0 8.800
Kansas city lO.ooO l.ouo lS.i'O)
43,000 87. Ut) 44.SO0
Liverpool Grala Market.
LIVERPOU Msrch 8.-WH EAT-Spot,
No. 1 Manitoba. 14a Kl; No $, 14s $d; No.
$ hard winter, gulf. 12s Id. No. 2 red
western winter, 13s.
CORN Spot American mixed, new, lis
rLOUR-Wtnter patents 48s 4d.
HOI'S In London. Pacific cosst, 4 lua
i Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. March 6.-DRT fJOODS
Fine cotton goods sdvanced todsy, and
very coarse goods for bag purposes ware
up another "sic a yard. Print elotbs were
quiet. Dress goods orders were rut down
by mills I tea use of Inability to complete
the business offered In the time specified.
Rsw silk sdvanced.
!iiSisiGRAIH AND PRODUCE MARKET
Hard Wheat Advance! Two Cent,
While Poorer Gradei Sell at
CORN REMAINS QUITE STEADY
OMAHA, March . 1!M.
The re, ripts nf corn a. id whest were
very goorl today, hut oats were verv
The whest mnrket wss stesdv. the
poorer grsiirs cll!tg st unchanged prices,
while the Nos. ; and .1 hard wheat soli
Corn was also steady, selling unchanged
to .c t;p. the belter grades of corn com
msmllng the premium.
The receipts (,f oats totalled only twelve
cars and the oats that were offered for
sale hrou,,,t an advance of llil'xc over
Snt ui day s prices.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour
W.rT r,u"' i )".0'0 bushels; corn,
SOS.KIO bushels; oats, 5"5.0Ort bushels
Liverpool Close: Wheat, unchanged,
corn, VOIHd higher.
Primary wheHt receipts were , I.IM.Ortii
bushels and shipments. 7itf.0io bushels,
sgslnst receipts of .VM.floo bushels and
hlpmenta of rtlH.ono bushels last yesr.
Primary com iwn t.ta i iui ivui
bushels snd shipments. 4xH,inn bushels.
.-., . "i T'w.'- ousneis ann
shipments of 5JW.000 bushels lsst year.
Primary oats receipts were gM.onn
bushels and shipments. (Wfl.mi bushels,
against receipts of 77l.0ni bushels and
snipments or sxH.mio bushels Isst year,
CAR LOT RECEIPTS.
Chlragn . ...
St. I.ouls ...
These saies were "repotted today:
Whest ,o. 2 hard winter: 1 car, $1.04.
3 -n"M winter: 1 car. $l.iH; 4 cars.
$l.05: i tars. $l.04it; 4 cars. $1.04. No. 4
natd winter: 3 cars, $1.1121; Pargt $1 02;
2 cars. $1 OH,; $ cars, $1.01; l ear, $1.00V:
1 cars, $l.nii; -8 ear. 97c. Sample, hard
winter: J car, Kc; car, S4c; 1 car. c;
t-3 car. Wye. No. 3 spring: 1 car, 11.01.
No. I durum: 1 oar, $1.06; 1 car. $1.04.
No. S durum: I car, $1 04; 1 car. $1.08. No.
2 mixed: 1 car, l.0r4 No. 4 mixed: 1
Bye-No. 2: 1 car. c. No. 3: 1 car. 88c;
I ear. Wc.
Corn No. $ white: 1 car. 8SV. No. 4
white: 3 cars, 4c; $-8 car. tU'4c. No. I
white: 4 cars, 81c; 1 car. so'.re; fears, C.
No. I white: 1 car. (e-V; 1 car. 81c. Sam
ple white; i care, isV 1 car, 4Jm. No. 4
vellow: 3 rirs. f vo. No. 5 veilow: 3 cert.
'': i cars. 141,0; ears. 84c; 1 ear. ttTc.
-No. 8 yellow: 1 nr. Mr: 1 car. SOc: 1 car.
$' Maniple yellow: 8 cars. hts: 1 oar. 85c.
1 car. iiv; 1 car. 51c; 1 car. Roe. No. I
mixed: 8 cars. 1 car, 8M4c; No. 4
I - ,4 . 1 ...... dL, . 1 r 1 . mi.
...in-. . . , n , , m 1 mt mc, v -o cars,
.-c; 1 -at-e, 83c No. 8 mixed: 2 cara. Wc;
8 cars, lc; z cars. nov: 8 care, v. No.
mixed: 2 cars. &80; $ cars. 57c; $ ears.
Mo. Sample mixed: 1 car (wheat mlxedl.
!; 1 car, 8&r; 1 car. Me; 3 cars. 83c; I
car, 82c; 2 cara Boo; M car, 48e; 1 oar. c;
4 8-4 care. 4fc; 1 care, 43c.
1 In I V'rt s hll.- 4 11U. S -
lie. Sample white: 3 cara, 4oc; 1 car. 37.;
1 car, sic.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. I hard.
$1.flWH.i; No. 8 hard. $1.03V!n.flfiH; No
4 bard. 7enl1.02H; No. 2 spring. $1.0Mr
1.12: No. 8 spring. V-Witl 0: No. i durum.
$1 rmrl.OJ: No. 3 durum. $1.081.04; sample,
lflKc. Corn: No. 8 white, WQ'e: No.
4 white. 8:1(V4c: No. t white. W'uilc; No.
8 white, fuHWvsUjo: No. 8 yellow, Wv
7He; No. 4 yellow, 88Vt!rHo; No. 8 yel
low, K!uvr; No. yellow, rtjraic: No.
$ mixed. V9Me; No. 4 mixed. Sviffc:
No. A mixed, M4fliHo; No. I mixed. 68V,
ipwc; sample. 48ti("H)c. Oats: No. 2 while.
4.HM3vc; standard, 42fM24c; No. $ white,
414'41Vtlc. Barlev: Malting, 879Vp; No. 1
feed, 5arft4c. Rye: No. 4, 8rtfVc; No. 8,
Chicago rinsing prices, furnished The
Pea by Logan Brvan, stock and grain
brokers, 315 South Sixteenth St.. Omaha:
Hlgh.l Low. Close. Bat y.
May. II 1244V,
1 13'-,! oevili 1 ion
7!ii 74Vi 78 f74StTv,
42S! 4iV4jl 42H41HT3VI
Ma'y.l 21 70 fj 4T. I 21 82Hf 22 40 f SI 87
July.l .'1 82VI 22 85 I 21 6241 220 I 21 60
10 87U.I 10 70 I 10 87W 10 70
11 IV 1 10 WW 11 10 I 10 90
11 n 11 so f n MVif"!! go
13 06 I 11 92Hl 12 05 111 90
May.f 11 RR
Jul v.! II 98
CHICAGO, III., March 6. Bearish estl-
mates of farm reserves In the United
Ststes tended today to depress the whest
market. Bealdes. Liverpool quotations
were lower and It was said tonnage for
Argentine and Australian shipments was
becoming liberal. The bulls were dla-
couraged also by the absence of any
signs of Importsnt new export transac
tional Opening prlcea, which ranged front
fee. to IHifllV lower, with May at $1.S
(1 1.124 and July at $!.0tm61.10. were fol
lowed by a rally, but then a freak de
Corn rose on account of unfavorable
westher. Offerings were light. After
opening unrhanged to He higher
market scored a substantial general ad
vance. Oats ascended with corn. There Wsvi
but little pressure to sell.
Firmness in the hog market gave soma
strength to provisions. Trsde, howeve.
waa not heavy. .
The bulge ultimately carried prices to
new high record for the season. In the
last part of -the day. shorts covered
CIIICA.GO CRAIW AND PROVISIONS
Feat area of the Trading aad Cloalag
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. March 6. Crop damage re
ports gave an upward swing tod.y to tie
wheat market. In consequence, deepiM
setlacks during the first half of the nay,
prlcea cloned efronn, 'fi '. to 2'vfr;. '
net liU'her, with May at $l.lr'!e and July
at $M28,tr1.1.r. ' om gained lilie in
l4i'li,p, oats, S1f4c to itto, and provl
s ons, 10c to K24c
Wheat made a swift ascent when ones
bullish gentlmint got a start, Perhan
the greatest Impetus csrre from authorita
tive advices tliut much winter wh-at
acreage In southern C klnhoma and north
ern Texas had een w h-jily ai sndoned sn I
been reseeded to oats. This Infommtl n
appeared to many traders to Increase
greatly the significance of numerous un
favorable crop reports from soft winter
wheat ststes and in particular a radical
cut in the Ohio atate condition percentage-.
Bearish crop reports were also
received from Montana and eastern
Absence of export buying had a gool
deal to do with the early weakness In the
wheat market. In this connection, it was
pointed out that Liverpool pi tees had de
clined, and that tonnage for Argentina
and Austral'a shipments to Europe wae
b"Comlnir relatively more plentiful.
Deatructlon of S7S.0U0 bushels of corn
In a fire at Peoria counted materially
toward a tightening up the corn marUet
Adverse weather for the domestic crop
movement tended also to hamper th
In are. Oats were dominated by the tin-
turns In other grain. All offerlni:! wen
Hog prices st the highest point In sK
teen months brought shout a sharp ad
vance In provisions, especially pirk. Tne
advance was in the face of the fact that
exports of provls ons Inst week were
much smnller than fur the correspnndlntt
time a year ago.
Chlcsgo Cas.i PricesWheat: No. 2
red, $I.UVal l4: No. 3 red. $l.uV,l.lIV
No. 2 hard, $1.11 l.l" : No. 3 hard. $!.0
fl.!44 Corn: No. 2 yellow, 74Vie; No.
yellow, 6M70o: No. 4 white, 6.s4t?70c.
Oats: No. 3 hlte. 40j42c; standard.
4.'44l43Vc. Rye: No. 2, 2VC. Barley.
ii3'71c. Seeds: Timothy. $4.5urj"7.u;
clover. $10.00118.76. provisions: Pork.
$20 Al't : 00; lard, $10.82: ribs. $ll.609,n 87.
nl T I r. IV meaay , criiiorT, .wisu
EGGS Lower: receipts. W.S22 cases;
firsts, IDSc; ordinary firsts. 17Sc; at
mark cases Included. l&tjplsc.
POTATOES Unsettled, receipts. 45
cars; Wisconsin. Michigan and Dakota
whites, McMl.oO; Minnesota and Dakota
POULTRY AH ve, higher; fowls, 17c;
Bt. I.oals Grala Market.
ST. LOIT8, March $. WHEAT No. 3
red, $1.21: No. 2 hard, tl.l4rt; May. $1.12,
CORN No. . 73e: No. I white. Tto: May.
75''6:io; July. Tto.
OATS-No. 3. 41 W:; No. S wWt tvonaU
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