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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1916.
FOR RENT HOUSES
HOUSES AND COTTAGES.
4-lt Mis Carter Lake Bl.d 114.01
-R. IKI Chsrlee St.. (a very de
sirable detached house bavins
larce yard and garage) IH.Ot
l-R. 1H! No. 40th St., (a good de
tached houss In firat-clame neigh
l-R. 1716 Lincoln Bird, (choice
Bemls Park dwelling. flret-olMe
l-R. 1011 Georgia Are ts.lt
l-R. Ill So. Jlth St., (cholo. St
Louie flat, within walking dis
tance to buiineaa center) ... ..... M M
WB HAVE OTHERS. SSB OUR COM
PLETE LIST BEFORE RENTING.
!0 So. 17th St. Phone Dons- till.
FOR RENT Ap'to and Flat.
v"ERY deelrable t-room and bath apt near
Sill Harney. East front; 3d floor, light
and airy, having east front, north and
west exposure. Very fine large light
kitchen, with bullt-ln refrigerator and
cabinets, also gas range. Movs to this
apt. It Is a dandy. Reasonable rent
tirnest Sweet, New Hamilton. D. 1172.
TINE steam-heated apartment either t
or I rooms, on West Farnam street
JOHN W. ROBBIN8, 1103 FARNAM ST.
!PHBKE mm and hath, near Sill Har-
ney. Very desirable. Only III. Ernest
Sweet New Hamilton. P. 1473.
idODERN store, lllh St., near postofflcs,
171 per mo. O. P. Stabbing, lilt Chicago.
HT. CLAIR. Stth and Harney, S-room npart
menta Call Harney ttT.
117.19 t rooms and bath on main floor;
oak floors and finish; all conveniences.
Including Janitor service.
131 I rooms and bath, seml-basemsnt;
.tenltor service and othsr conveniences.
Nathan Apts., Sherman and Willis Aves.
SCOTT A HILL CO.,
MODERN apt, 7 rooms, 126; near postof
Aco. Q. P. Stebblns. 1110 Chicago.
FIVE-ROOM stsam-hsated apartment; very
desirable. The Chula Vista, loth and
Poppslton. Conrad Young, lit Brandeig
Theater. Doug. 1171.
FOR RENT Buainco Pr'p'ty
STORE ROOMS at 1809-1811 Farnam St
Thorn, P. Hall, 423 Ramge Bldg. D. 7.O..
V hiBlKAUL.li. more rouw DaaeineuL eiil S.
Uttx St Only $66.
COM RAD YOUNQ.
15) Brandels Theater Bldg. P. UTi.
Ill S. 16th St, basement $30.00
(67 9. 11th St., brick 30.00
JOHN N. FREZER, Doug la 66.
FOR RENT Second door, 40x90. 1611-11
Capitol Ave. Tel. D. 6296.
CHOICE office space, Baird bldg., 17th and
Douglas. McCague Inv. Co.
Offices and Desk Room.
LIBRARY and TELEPHONE
Will Shart Expense
The Bee Building Co.,
Superintendent, nooro 103.
WE AD BLDG.. 18th and Farnam; fins suits
of rooms; excellent light; aultabla for
tailor or dressmaker.
Baldrlge Bldg., 20th and Farnam; two
nice rooms facing Farnam St
V. D. WEAD, Wean Bldg. D. 1T1.
bieiH AbL.iv uuiov ruonrta id t&e remodelled
Crouuee block, il N. I lift St (oppoelte
postoffloe), IU to tit par mouth. Conrad
Youns. a ft Bran del Theater nug UTI.
OFFICE room (for dentist), centrally lo
cated, leth St. Wright t LasDury. D. 163.
UWAC a, vuio with pDuut) aud receptiun
room for lady l' gutt. Omaha Bee.
BARN for rent, lit rear of Savoy hotel, 16th
and Jackson Sta. Suitable for barn or
garage, sexes; two atortea and basement
with 49-foot lot In front Call at hotel
MOVING AND STORAGE
Separate locked rooms, tor household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
Old Ail A VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
U. S. 16 to St Douglaa 41M.
Maggard ylrW Sf.
Van and Storage Co. Moving, packing.
storage and shipping. Phone Doug. 141.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real moving service try us. Largo
horse, padded vans. Storage, 'i month,
Satisfaction guaranteed. We move you
yUICKBR, CHEAPER AND SAFER
Vhona Tyler iHtu or Douglas 48118.
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing,' storage and roov
lng 111 N. nth St. Pbone
Douglas or Webster 6W.
Mttvl Kt'Ui-l 1 AiN V AN AND
Careful attention given to orders foi
moving, packing or storage; of Sue at Ray
mond Furniture Co., 1618 and 116 How
ard St Phone D. 6624.
JO U W H' I Express Co., Moving
J JXXJiUU packing and storage,
1M7 Farnam St. Douglas 1148.
FIDELITY E?l FKEE
Phone Douglaa 888 for oomplete'
list of vacant houses and apart
ments; also for storage, moving, .
. leth and Jackson Sts.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
FINE RESIDENCE ON
Any one wishing a complete home, with
beautiful surroundings, should see this
property. The owner spared no thought
or expense In the building of this place,
as be expected to occupy It as a home
for a lifetime. The Interior fe all white
enamel, with large living room, dining
room and kitchen on the first floor, and
four bedrooms, bath and sleeping porch
' oh the second floor. Maids' apartmsnt
and bath on the third floor. Tne house
Is located on a large corner lot, set off
by a full grown hedge and large trees and
- shrubbery. Very convenient to the West
' Farnar.i lines. We want offer.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Phone P. 761. SQI City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
VJEAUTIFUL LEAVENWORTH HEIGHTS
HOME, PRICE ONL7 $4,100.
Six large rooms and bath; dandy big
living room; seats, bookcases, colonnade;
line dining room, all oak finish, oak floors
throughout kitchen; fine back porch, etc.;
two bedrooms and sleeping porch ; full
brick foundation. This Is Just completed.
Let us show you.
OSBORNE REALTT CO.
701-1 Am. Nat'l Bank Bldg. Doug. 1474.
Ibis LINCOLN BLVD. 11-room house,
strictly modern, with hot water heat
WEST Farnam residence, best St., at 818 N.
88 tb Ave.; oak finish, baths; 18,009.
Terms . easy. Douglas 1847.
WEST FARNAM CORNER.
Modem f-room bungalow, with comer
vacant Room to build two brick flats,
tt P. BOBTWICK A BON.
BARGAIN AX $1,800.
West sud, house and lot, llvl Daven
port . Call 148 Lincoln Blvd. Harney 1781.
3517 N. 19th St.
We are offering today for the first time
the twgest bargain In a modem, new and
up-to-date bungalow anywhere In the olty;
very neatly arranged, finished in oak and
nicely decorated, with bullt-ln buffet In
the dining room. Nloe lot overlooking the
park, with iron fence, flowers, ehrubbery.
etc. . This property has cost the owner
better than 88,760. If sold Immediately,
the price Is 18,000. Investigate at once If
you want a bargain.
GLOVER & SPAIN
itouglas 3ttZ. (1,-20 CUT National.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Just Hated, a beautiful bungalow just
west of Kountts Park, between 80th and
14th; t rooms, with combination sleeping
porch and sun- room; oak finish and oak
floors; has bullt-ln fireplace, oolonnade
openings, bullt-ln bookcase and buffet ;
on paved street. 1H blocks from car line;
lew than a half block from park. The
ntlre sttle of this bungalow to plastered
and finished, which would give you am
ple space for two more rooms with a very
tittle cost, if desired. We have a very
elose price on this. Would be glad to
show you before you buy.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Omaha National Bank Bldg. D. 1781.
FIRST TIME ADVER
TISED Brand new 7 -room bungalow heme; all
extra large rooms, oak finish, everything
light up to date. Choloe lot fronting
Kountse park; paving all paid. Price for
Immediate sale, 14,160. $1,000 caih. Ask
to see this tomorrow.
RASP BROS., OWNERS,
101 McCalua Bldg. Doug, lilt.
Out-of-town owner will sacrifice In or
der to raise money. Fire-room cottage,
all modern, good furnace, three large
rooms en first floor; two bedrooms and
bath upstairs; paved street; located at
1608 N. 84th 8t Plic cut from $1,800
SCOTT & HILL CO.,
Doug. 1001, Ground Fir, MoCague Bldg.
A FINISHED PRODUCT.
FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW BLK. TO CAR.
Adjoining Clairmont: finest of oak fin
ish, selected oak (double floors); floors
every room; roomy closets; linen closet;
built-in features. Price less than cost to
duplicate. Can give you best of terms.
This week only, 13,160. Call
OSBORNE, 701 Oma. Nat'l Bk. Big. P. 1474.
HAS YOUR FAMILY OUTGROWN YOUR
8 OR (-ROOM HOME 7
If so (without money) I can trade yon
a fine larger home with ground, 100x184
in Kountse Place, house has hot water
heat and oak finish; desirable location,
or will trade equity for western land.
W. H. GATES
847 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1884.
T rooms and sleeping porch, strictly
modern, and In good condition. Price
44,800; terms. Located 4107 N. 48th St
NORRIS & NORRIS,
400 Bes Bldg. Phone Douglas 4178.
Good lot, Bedford Ave., with 8 -room
bouse; well; rents $10; easy payments;
$1,260. A bargain.
GEO ROB O. WALLACE. 114 Keellne.
NEW bungalow, 6 -room, all modern, 80-foot
lot, south front, at a bargain, only $8,7(0,
near 46th and Charles. Call owner. Red
N 1 FT Y all-modern, oak-finished bungalow,
well located. In north part $1,7 60. Very
easy terms to rood party. H. 1808.
KOUNTZE PLACE restricted dlstrlot resi
dence for sale. F. V. Knlest. 8516 N. lath.
Wilt sell on reasonably easy terms a
nifty 6 -room bungalow atyls 1H story
home, large living room with fireplace,
dining room and kitchen on 1st floor,
finished in hard wood; I nice bedrooms
and bath with fine large closets on 2nd.
Located on paved street, corner lot one
block from Hanscom park. Worth the
money. Let us show you.
D. V, 8HOLES CO.,
Doug. 40. 816 City Natl. Bank Bldg.
On account of the owner wanting to
leave the city for the west, they have au
thorised us to sell their 7 -room strictly
modern house near St. Philomena's church.
Large lot. Paved street paving all paid
for. Within walking distance for a rail
road man or business man. This property
Is well worth $1,000 more than It can be
bought for, but the owner wants cash.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Omaha Nat. Bank. Bldg. D. 1781.
e-ttooAl Duugaiuw, oraod new, all modern,
oak floors tnrougbout; oak finish in liv
ing and dining rooms; large, light, whits
enamel bedrooms; good location; restricted
addition. A bargain at $8,160. Easy
'BENSON & CARMiCHAEL.
Mi Kent on Blk. Doug, 1T38.
FUR QUICK BALE 1740 B. 28th St., 9
rooms, $1,600; 1747 B. 88th St., rooms,
81,500. ' Will consider trade for St. Paul
property. Address H. L. Turner, 82-64 E.
6th St., Bt. Paul, Minn.
FOR RELIABLE AND BAFB
KIKE AND TORNADO INciUttANCB
NEIL'S R. B. A iNa AGENCY,
684 BrsndHs Thester Bldg Trier 108
8078 B. 16TH 1-r. mod., newly -painted, pa
pered and varnished; street paved; $14.80.
Berka A Musll. D. 6047.
Oak finish in hall, living room
and dining room; large col
onnade with bookcases; pan
eled dining room with win
dow seat; oak floors In these
rooms are hand scraped and
have a piano finish; bullt-ln
kitchen cabinet and cupboard;
' enameled bath room and mod
ern fixtures, large porch; full
basement, cemented. with .
floor drain; guaranteed fur
nace. Price, $2,760, $800 sash,
balance monthly; located 1618
Peer Park boulevard, facing
park; three blocks from new
school. Let us show you this
any day or evening.
105 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Corner 17th and Farnam 8ts.
Office Phone, Douglas 688$.
Evenings, Webster IJ94.
Two-etory frame bouse, 8 rooms and
bath, basement with cpment floor, fine
garage, lot 60x124, with alley, nice shade
trees, one-half block from 24th St car
line, close to public school and near Catho
lic parochial school, handy to churches
of practically every denomination, paved
streets, paving all paid. This is a bar
gain; price withheld as owner Is asham
ed to advertise so low a figure.
C. A. GRIMMEL,
840 Oro, Nat Bk. Bldg. Phone D. 1616.
BIX large rooms, new and modern, oak
finish, large living room, three big bed
rooms, near car, pretty street In Benson.
Can make low price and very easy terms.
Phone Benson 122, Trulllnger. .
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
After looking at M1NNE LUSA 200 dif
ferent buyers decided tr it It was the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their judgment by BUYING lots.
It YOU will oome out today you will
uuderstaud why others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.
748 Omaba Nat'l Bank Bldg.
ONE dollar down,
One dollar per week.
High beautiful lots.
$376 to $876,
Near Fontenells Parle.
Closs to car line.
SHULER & CARY
D. $074. 204 Keellns Bldg.
AN acre or two bought now In Benson Oar
dens will make you more money than any
other kind of Investment . Call, writs or
phone us. Tyler $0, for reading matter,
telling mors about Benson Oardens.
HASTINGS at HEYDEN. 1414 Harney St.
8 dandy vacant lots. block to ear
Une; out to $1,000 cash for quick sain.
Douglas 1811 City Nat. Bank Bldg
FOR bargains In lots in all parts of the
city see P. J. Tebbins, 80$ Omaha Nat
Bk. Phone D. 2188.
REAL ESTATE B'nen Pr'ty
PGR BALE 214x131, faces three streets;
near new rora nuiiaing; gpisnala manu
facturtng att. Address. B-.ll, Bee.
To buy or sell advantageously, use
ine'Bce want Aa columns.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
Qo out to .uynnwood today and see the
beautiful lots wo are selling from $46
A. P. TUKEY & SON,
Phone Doug. 602. 1607-8 W, O. W. Bldg.
for sale. Suburban acreage.
$6 acres on paved road, I miles of
Benson. Choice land. All In corn. Won
derful opportunity. Price $260. Easy terms,
alight acoept residence as part pay.
J. A. ABBOTT, Real Estate, Omaha,
I ACRES, Including big crop blackberries
and grapes, 4 miles N. W. postoffloa.
Colfax 867 T.
FOR SALE Five Improved acres; $400
profit yearly. Apply airs. Pallas, 6936 Mo
DUNDEE. 6 -room modern bungalow. Built
by us $2,760. On easy terms.
W. L. SELBY A SONS. Phone Dong. 161
Dundee bungalow. Walnut 16E6.
Dundee lot, $195. Walnut 1666.
34 terse near Dundee Walnut 1668.
ONE ACRE OF GROUND 8-ROOM HOUSE
8100 CASH, $16 A MONTH.
This acre of ground Is located about
mile north of Florence, on the martvda
mlsed road to Blair; has several small
fruit trees, 8 rows of grapes across the
acre, large asparagus patch, balance In
potatoes and truck farming. The owner
Is willing to take $1,760.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COM PANT,
Omaha National Bank Bldg. D. 1781.
REAL ESTATE Exchanges
A valuable corner opposite high school.
Improved with 16 -room house. Renting for
$100 per month.
II. A. WOLF,
614 Ware Block. Doug. 8068.
THE wonderful increase In BEE Want Ads
can be traced to only one source.
Good results at less cost than any other
25,748 MORE PAID WANT ADS
the first six months of 1816 than In the
same period In 1916.
AN IRRIGATED ALFALFA FARM
near Hotly, Colo., 88 acres In alfalfa;
owner wants an Omaha home, as he Is
now a resident of this Hty.
W. T. SMITH CO.
Dong. 8818. , 814 City Nat'l Bank.
4,480 ACRES In Cheyenne County, Colorado,
near Wild horse. For sale or exenange ror
North, South Dakota, Minnesota or Can
ada Lands. MPLS. Rental Co.. 806 Pal
ace Bldg., Minneapolis, Mlnty
NEW, 4-r., absolutely modem house, beau
tiful location, near Omaha university;
equity $2,000. For cottage, land, or whatf
CLEAR downtown Income property for
even-room house In Dundee, Hanscom
park or Field olub district Assume or
pay difference. Owners only. W. O.
Templeton, 608 Bee. .
FARMS, Ranches, Residences, Apartments,
Merchandise stocks. Incomu of all kinds.
Can match any deal of merit.
J. A. ABBOTT, 4 Patterson Blk., Omaha,
KARalS, rinuntta, city properly, acreage and
investments for sale and exchange
Un-,, leist I'limlnf Ml lMu 2466.
CAN sell or exchange anything you have
EQU1TV In good S-r. house for cottage;
rprtn tt.JPU l-A) l m A ivu. isi.oi iv ..
HOTEL and furniture at Dallas, S. D.;
exchange. D. 4707. Toland & Trumbull.
KEAL ESTATE InveetmenU
Corner lot and 2 brick stores at St. car
transfer point leased for 4 years; price
$12,000. This Is a safsr and more profit
able Investment than flats, apartments or
dwellings; no risk of vacancies; no re
pairs to pay for. Ask us for full Infor
mation J. H. DUMONT A CO..
416-18 Keollne Bide Phone Doug. 680.
TJfEKfc. is a vast difference between lnvcst
niBiU and speculation. Ydu can invest
any amount. Fmull or targe, in Home
Builders, end you aro guaranteed 7 per
cent on your investment No speculation.
HOME BUILDERS, INC..
17th and Douglas Ste. Phone Ug. 6018.
WM, COLFAX, 706 Kuellue Bldg.
Real estate, otty property, large ranches
BARGAINS In business and residence prop
erty. G. P. Stebblns, 1 blO Chicago.
Real Estate Loans and Mortgages.
We are ready at all times to
make loans on first-class city
property and eastern Nebras
ka farms. Kates on request.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
212 South 17th St.
MONET TO LOAN ON
Apartment bouses, double brlok housea
single houses, business property and farm
. lands at 6 per cenf, 0 t per cent 4 pr ot
W. H. THOMAS.
228 Keelliie Bldg boujflas lU.
$2,600 mortKage, bearing 8 Vi per cent semi
annual, secured by property valued at
$fi,00. Talmage-Loomls Inv. Co.. W, O. W.
$ PER CENT to 6 per cent on best olaas olty
residences In amount $1,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commissions.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1832 'arnam Bt
KBLCIjIN E BU11.D1NO.
OMAHA uuiiius. bi.l l6Lraaka (anna.
O'KEKFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1018 Omana Nat'l. Phoim Douglas HT1$.
MONEY to toan on improved farms and
ranches. We also buy nooa taim mort
gages. Kloke inv. Co.. Omaba.
REAL LtiTATE loans, six per csnt 5
D. E. BUCK A CO.,
til Omaha Nat Bank.
W. T. GRAHAM,
MONEY on band for otty and
farm loans. H. W. Binder, City
National Hank Bldg.
CITY and faro, loans, 6, 4 per cent
J. H. Dumont tk Co.. 418 Keeltno Bldg.
LO A A b -68 "4 6 Fer cent i-OANb-
THOS. L. McOARRT,
Keellne Bldg. Red 4844.
CITY loans a specialty. Lowest rates, First
Trust Co., P. 1161. $08 Bo , 18th St.
.OADVTV DDhC $460maha
UA1V V lil IVAtrVkJ.
Nat'l Bunk Kldg
- MONEY HARRISON A MORTON,
j lvi. 914 omaba Nat nana mag.
$100 to i 10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wsad,
Wsmd Bldg., ism ana irarnam bis.
Abstracts of Title.
rnui-iinrpo Ab,lrlot We can bring
UUdl aillW down your abstract on
short notice R. 7, Patterson Bldg. D. 2147.
301 So. 17th St., ground floor.
Bonded by Mass. Bonding A Ins. Co.
REEL) ABSTRACT CO., oldest abstract of
lice In Nebraska. 30$ Brandvis Theater.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Colorado land excursions, expens s paid. C,
L. Nethaway. Florence. Neb. Florence $88.
FOR SALE--At a great bargain In the next
80 days, one 210 acre, one 140 acre, and
one 80 acre farm In eastern. Kansas, A
part creek bottom land and all well im
proved. Also In the gas and oil belt and
not leased. Come and see or write for de
WOOD INVESTMENT CO., Ioia, Kan.
MUST sell my stock and wheat ranch. "alio
live stock and equipments. In SO days; a
bargain! plenty goorf water, pasture, al
falfa, Improvements. Write John T. Wood,
BEAUTIFUL bay front estate, 200 acresTs
buildings. Very healthy. Halt air and
pines. $80.00 an sere. Improvements
cost $18,000.00. Owner, P. O. Hox HH,
Nicetown Station, Philadelphia, Pa.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
HEAP FaKMS- -Any site, easy terms, la
the beautiful Osarks of Dent county. Ma.
W a Frank. 801 Neville Block. Oman.
80 ACRES, 10 miles from Cambridge. Bret
farm and stock ranch In southwest Neb.
1.000 acres creek bottom which never
floods; 86 acres now In alfalfa; 228 acres
In corn; Improvements worth over $4,00$.
Plenty of timber and running water; price
$46 per acre; would trade for Idaho land.
Address J. M. Holllhgsworth. Cambridge,
2,600-ACRB ranch south Cherry county.
Plenty of hay. Give away price of $2.76
per acre. Buy this and make yourself
888 Keellne Bldg.
North Dakota Lands.
BUT lands under our "half earnings" or
"pay as you make It" plan. Hackney
Iand Credit Co., Bt. Paul Minn.
FOR BALE by Owner. Fine farm In Rogue
River Valley, Southern Oregon, close to
good town. Pacific Highway and large
variety of famous mineral springs of that
locality. Climate and scenio attractions
unexcelled. Price, $46,000. For detailed
Information address O. B. Hegardt Port
land. Oregon. (Personal).
t.EI literature and maps ou the cheapest
? land In United State.
BAKER A TILLOTBON,
Kth end Douglas Sts.. Omaha. Doug; 1188.
H-A, to $ A. tracts on car lino. Easy
C. R- COMBS.
Ill Brand ets Thea. Bldg. Doug. 1818.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
F r Sale.
TWO wagon umbrellas, $1.10.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
I HAVE some eholcs retrievers, month old.
Will sell females $10.40, males $1$. An
swer quick while you can get them, L J.
Clemnocaolowskl, Boa 168, Elba, Neb.
PIGEONS pay far better than chickens;
always penned up; little apace needed to
start; free book explains all MaJesUo
Squsb Co., Dapt 81, AdeL, la.
FRKSH aquatic plants for your flab glebe,
80c. Will keep flsn healthy. MAX
UKISLER BIBD CO.
THRKE full-blood shepherd pups. 4 wseks
old. 2411 N. 24th. Webster 1688.
AIREDALE pups; priced right Watson
kennels. Union, Neb.
TWO good bulldogs, 4 months old. ' Douglaa
FOUR Fox Terrier puppies tor sal. Walnut
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
SEB these bargains In used cars this wuek.
They will surprise you:
"26" Studebaker, very good buy.
Crow Elkhart good condition.
SIx-cyllnder Studebaker, self-starter.
Two Detrolters, one a self-starter.
One 1814 Maxwell touring, excellent
Two Overlands, till and 1111.
Metx Speedster, a snap.
1916 Maxwell demonstrator, slightly
1912 Maxwell Touring.
1913 Chevrolet Roadster.
1811 Cadillac Touring.
A few good Ford Touring Cars.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.,
2216 Farnam. Doug. 688.
1916 MODELS. GOOD SERVICEABLE
CARS FOR 8Ifi0 AND UP,
1047 Farnam St. Doug. 2290.
Must sell all our second-hand automo
biles within 30 days bave several
makes sud are glvina better values tban
1628-21-82 N. Iblh St
Fjf srrest and conviction of thlsf who
steals vour car while Insured by
KILI.Y. ELLIS THOMPSON,
tlg-J 4 C'Uy Nut. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 2819.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE"
TdOi Fa'rnam. Doug. 8810.
1916 Saxun $300
1915 Ren Touring , 300
1914 Cadillac Touring, sactiDcs.
1914 Cole Touring ., , $660
USED CAR BAKU AIMS AT
UUKrilV-U UK1EN AUTO CU
1H14-K-18 Farnam St
Wa, win cmum uw a oew goto, fer your oic
INDUSTRIAL OAftAGE CO.,
let n and Harney. Don;, Mil.
BARGAIN Light touring, electric lights,
perfect condition. Carlisle. 420 First Nat'l
Bank Bids. Office D. 8108; res. H. 2987.
$276 SPEEDSTER $17$.
If you want a fast oar In fins shape, all
gears new sud engine In fine shape, see
this today. Cahlll, Douglas $878.
I MUUT sacrifice Bulck 1914 roadster; looks
like new. see my car at 2064 Farnam.
FOR SALE Good auto work truck, $100.
2314 North 21st Street
NEW Maxwell Touring car for sale, cheap
for cash. Red 614$.
WANTED Automobile worth about $800 to
$1,000 In good repair; will take machine
as first payment on 8-room bungalow;
balance like rent. 2140 8. 88th Ave.
Aut Repairing and Puintir
IIUU reward for magneto we can't repair.
Colls repair d: Baysdorfer. 110 N. lm.
NEB, Auto Radiator Repair " Service and
prices right 118 8. 19tb St. D. 78
Auto Tires and Supplies.
DON'T tbrow sway old tires. We make one
percent. 2 In 1 Vulcanising Co., 1618 Dav
l ipon St.. Omaha, Neb. Douglas 8914.
Svxa-IN . $8 ,0; 30x84, $8.18. Other sixes
Id proportion. Duplex Tire Co.. 2 a 18 Far
REBUILT. 82.IHMTO $6.t.
DUO TIRE CO., 1411 CHICAGO ST.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Blanche E. Whlteemore and husband
to John Ingllsh, Lake street, 160
feet east of Forty-third street
north side, 60x120 $2,600
Ouy Liggltt and wife to John Kyncl,
Thirty-eighth street, 104 feet south
of Gold street, west side, 62x124.. 1
Truth Alice Campbell Mllner to John
J. Byrne, Webster street 91 feet
east of Eighteenth street, north
side, 82x132 j
Addle M. Sklpton and wife to Mary
. L. Mehl, Adams street, Florence,
llOfeet west of Prospect, south side,
122x240; Waehlngton street, Flor
ence, 270 feet west of Bluff street,
south side, 120x122, southeast cor
ner Prospect and Washington,
streets, 46x180 2
H. W. Mllner to W. P. O'Brien, south
west corner Twenty-fifth and Leav
enworth, 60.1x121.7, undivided
Leavenworth street, 103.2 feet west
of Twenty-fifth street south side,
63x122.2. undivided ft J
Mlna B. Olasier, et all,, to Walter L.
Selby, southwest comer Twenty
fifth and Adams, Bouth Omaha, 10b
E. J. Burke and wife to Beulah L.
Schulx, William street, 860 feet east
of Tenth street, south side, 40x120. 1
Oak C. Redlrk and wife to James J.
Spell man, Twenty.second street 180
feet south of Ames avenue, east
side, 40x124 600
Frank A. Kent and wife to August
MItxner, Evans street, 8$ feet west
of Twenty-first street, north side,
47x132 -. 4,004
8. Chernes and wife, et al., to Max
Oleen, Leroy avenue, Benson, 100
fet north of Hopkins street east
side, 60x188 1,760
Tony Costanso and wife to Mary In
zerra, et al., Cuming street, 40 feet
east of Forty-ninth avenue, south
side, 43x82 1,400
LIVE STOCK MARKET
Falling Off in Cattle Keoeipti
Moderate Run of Hogs
SHEEP SUPPLIES LARGE
. Omaha. Jolr II. ISIS.
Reclpts warai cattla Hoaa Sheep
wnol.l Monday ....
Two dan (his WMS1M7I II 101 le.ISs
Same days last wsek.. 17, tl It. bit
Same day. I weeks a0
Same days I weeks aio 7.111 11.711 II
Same days 4 weeks aco 1.0,1 1I.S7I 11.1M
Sams days last ear.. 11.10, 10.110
Ths following table stiows the rMSlpU of
oattla, hog. and sheep at the South Omaha
live .took market for to year to data, as
uorupared with last year:
nil 111, Inn. Pec
r.ttle .... IK.II Mt.tll ,4,717
Hon l.m.ut 1.7.MM i,0(i
Bheep l.,7S,0,0 1.11I.I1I 113.SII
Th, fottowlnf tabl. shows the averass
Ertoe. of hogs at the Omaha live etook mar
el tor the last few days, with oomparlaons:
Data mi, imi.iiiu, mi.uiii.imi.
July s t 67 V i H 1 11 , li
July S. t Slit I SI I St 1 St I II
July t I l 1 II I II I II e ,
July I t 71 J t 11 I 11 I I t II I II
July I ( It 1, 78 t II
July 10 III I II I 17 I 70 T 14 I II
July 11 I 17m I tl 71 I 10 S II
July It. I 111, S 79 I Tl f II I 14 1 11
July 18. III, I 14 I It I II I 10
July II. I l I IA I II S II e (I,
July It I It), I It I tl I II I II I II
July 11 T 01 I It I 74 T 16
July IT I I114 T 01 I 71 I II T II I 10
July ll. I am I II I II ' II I II
Rerelpts and disposition of live etook at
thelh. Union Stock yards. Omaha, for twen-ty-four
hour, ending at 1 o'oloik, p. ra., yes
terday: RECEIPTS CARS.
C, H. 4 St P. 4 I ..
Missouri Paclflo T I
Union Paetflu n , ,
C. N. W assl I
C. A N. W west ... II 15 1 I
C. St. P., II, A O. .... I I
C, B. Q ,aat .... T I
a, B. Q. west ... II II I
a. R. L P., east 7
C R. I. P., weal ...
Illinois Central J 1 ..
Chicago QU West ... 1
Total reoelpta 147 107 10 T
Cattle. Hogs. Shsep.
Morris Co. Ill 1,014 1.006
Swift Co i ,,017 1.1,1
Cudahy Packing Co. .1.100 l.ill 1.1,0
Armour A Os (61 1,711 1,171
Schwarts A Co. , 111
J. W. Murphy 17,
Llnooln Paoklng Co... 14 ... ...
Kolvy Packing Co Ill ...
Cudahy, Kansas City Tl ...
Hill A Son 1 . ,
P. B. Lewis tl
J. B. Root A Co. ... II
L. F. Husa ,t
Rosenstock Bros 20 ... , ,
F. Q. Kellogg IT
Werthslmer A Degen. lit
H. P. Hamilton Ill
Sullivan Broa I ... ...
Rothschild A Krsbs . II.
Huffman i ... ...
QlaB.berg 4 ... ...
John Harvey 10!
Dennis A Frsncls .... is
Jensen & Lungren ... 110 ...
Pat ODu I ... ,.,
Other buyers 160 ... I.I0T..
Totals 4.IS! TJU 1M71
CATTLB Thsrt was a sharp falling oft
In cattls rscelpta today, there being 111
freeh loads, about 1,100 head, or leas than
half aa many as were here Monday. The
proportion of western range cattle was
about ths same aa on Monday, however,
and auppllea of the cornfrd natives were
of very moderate proportion. The market
presented no new features and prices ss a
rule were about steady at Monday's big de
cline. Comparsd with ths best Urn. a
month ago rattls are selling Just about
11.00 lower, and thsrs Is a vsry wsak un
dertone to the trade. Prims heavy beeves
brought 110.00 Mondsy, and that Is about
the out.lds figure for cattle at present.
Choice grass beeves Bold up to ll.lt Mon
day and best range cattle brought 11.60 to
day, the price being paid by freder buyers.
Cows and heifers were In limited supply
and very Indifferent demand. Compared
with Monday, thsrs wss very little change,
but the general market for she stock Is
fight around too rower than a week ago,
and slow at that.
Business In stoeksrs and fsedsrg la very
dull. The country Is not buying vsry freely
al present on account of the rush of farm
work and the liberal receipts this week
have found a vsry rastrlctsd outlet at
eharply lower prlcss, values being t0O76o
lower than a week or ten days ago.
Quotations on cattle: Ooofl to choice
beevrs, 19.50)0.36; fair to good beeves,
11.0099.60; common to fair beeves, 11.400
9.00; good to choice yearlings. I, .60010.00;
fair to good ysrtlngs. ll.to91.IO; common
to fair yearlings, 17. 161,1. 10; good to choice
heifers, 17.1601.16; good to ohotos oows.
II. 7607.76; fslr to good cows, 11.0000.75;
common to fslr oows, 3.7t0I.OO good to
cholcs feeders. 17.1601.00; fair to good
feeders. 17.0007.10; common to. fair feed
ers, lfl.0007.00; good to choice Blockers,
17.4001.00; slock heifers. 11.1001.71; stock
cows, 16.35 06.60; stock cslves, 16.7601.60;
veal calves. 11.00 011. 71; beef bulls, stags,
etc.. 16.1007. 3t; Bologna bulls, 16.6001.60.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
t 1014 It 71 I T4I II 00
1 710 I 40 21 101 I to
II...... 114 I 71 II 1011 I 10
1 110 T 00 14 160 7 10
1 616 7 II 41 171 7 II
1 160 T 60 4 720 I 00
II 1,7 I 10 li 1114 I II
61 171 I 10 II 1011 I 10
TRBJRS AND HEIFERS.
17 101 7 10 17 710 I 40
21 Ill I It II Ill I 10
4 170 I 10 1 721 I II
1 711 I II 1 131 I Tt
1 141 T 10 1 410 I 00
1 130 4 00 1.' 110 4 II
1 160 I 00 1 1000 I 10
1 110 I 16 4 141 I 60
21 179 6 10 1 1071 t Tl
4 1160 I 10 II 1070 I II
17 1071 I 10 I Ill I 00
30 171 I 10 1 1160 I II
11 1111 1 40 IT liai ii
4 1260 T It
1 1230 I 10 1 1110 t 00
1 1100 T 00
II...... 411 I 10 1 110 T 00
1 116 I 00 4 Ill I 60
13 Ill 10 10 1 110 11 10
1 110 11 10
STOCKEKS AND FEEDERS.
17 101 7 10
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. 1
44 feeders. 1040 17 16
11 cows. . , 100 I It
37 St. sirs., 110
list. sirs.. Ill
40 st. strs.,1211
41 feeders. 114 17 10
II heifers.. 9I I 31
II f.nderB. 963 I 90
31 St. sirs.. 1001 I Tt
30 St. sirs . 1015 T 15
ilbesfstr.llIT lit II beef atr.llll
II cows... 101 I 40 lcow.... 110
I cows... 1011 II 41 steers.. 141
97 stk. sts.. Ill T 00 I .tk. sts. .1071
Ustk .ts.. Ill I 10
II stk. sts . 143 1 10 41 stk. sts.. Ill
Henry Douglas Bouth Dakota.
IS oows... 701 4 26 I culls... 160
10 cows... 771 4 10 13 hslfsrs.. Ill
34 feeders. 417 t Tt
M. E. Rhlnesmlth Wyoming.
30 feeders. HOT I 10
HOOS Anothsr vsry moderate hog run
put In Its appearanee today, estimates oall
lng for 130 cars, 1,000 head. This Is the
smallest Tuesday run for soma tlms, and
the two day.' total ot 13.303 Is. with the
thsrs was uo Tuesday market, smaller than
for any similar period sines last Novsmber,
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
HAhl.BV-DAVIDBON MUTOHCYCLKS. liar
gain In u.vd macblnes Victor Rons, "The
Uotoroyols Man," 1701 Laavanwortb.
816 Worth In gton street. 11 rooms,
modern. Near Brownsll HslL Bsautlful
shade trees and in fine neighborhood
Rental $40 per month.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Tel. D. 764. 908 City Natl Bank Bldg.
being 4.000 short of last week, and 4,000 1
smaller than a year as;a.
a hipping nutlet appeared to be ttroeaM
thts rriornlns. outshte buysrs starting early
and buying fairly free at a f4?I0c ad-,
vanoe. They paid as tush as 4t.su ror siuri
that Just suited them. Packers, on the
other hand, tried on the early trade to
hold prices down, but th combination of
light receipts, brisk shlpplne request and
higher advices from othnr tnarksts wss too
strong for thfm, and they finally followed
the lead of shippers, paying prices that were
anyway to up and possibly more. The gen
eral trade was reanoiiablv active, most ev
erything having o hen sod hands before 4:10.
Average market was a big be nigner.
Most of the hogs sold at a spread of 11.800
4.40, there being a sprinkling of common old
nackara and thin llaht stuff on down, and
quite a showing of the good to choice kinds
as hlh as ., top reaching .v. to
dav'a untum mere than recovers yaaterday's
slump and leaves price a little higher even
than they were on last wees e eioes.
No. v. Bh. Pr. No. Av. Sh. Pr.
40..I4T 14 It 10 4I..S4S SO It 14
67 . .471 10 t 10 hi, in ... t H
44. .1.0 ... t 40 44. .131 ... t 41
4.,S6 ... t H It. .113 SO t 40
40.. 114 ... t 46 71.. HI 1 1 t
SHEEP Umb receipts were again larger
than on most days since the rauae eeaaon
started, althoiiKh quHe a little email? than
yesterday's heavy run. Something like
forty tars or 10,400 head were here this
morning, bringing the two days' total up
to r,.IQ head. This Is nearly twice as
large as a week ago, but is over 4,000
ma Met- than for the corresponding days
of last year.
Packers came out with lower bids on the
bulk of the fat lamb offerings again this
morning, but reports from othr points were
to the effect that prices had braced up,
and seller thought the (oral trade ought
to be steady, despite the fact that supplies
were sgaln large.
Not much was done during the early
half of the forenoon, but when tradng
finally started conccsnlnns were made both
ways, some Ismbe being quoted steady, while
others looked a dime lower than the open
ing yesterday or about steady with the
Old cheap were. If anything. In somewhat
more liberal supply than on the opening day
of the week, hut demand remained good,
and prices held about steady. Fair to
pretty good ewes were bought at $7.14
7 to. with some on the plain order on
down to 17.00. A two-car lot of fed year
lings sold st 11.21.
As was sxpecled there was a merry
scramble yesterday afternoon for what feed
ers were here, prices being generally higher
than at any previous time since the range
season opened, and 16c or more above laat
week. A top of II.S5 was paid on one or'
two occasions, whlls It.OOOMt bought sev
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
good to choice, 110.10010.16, lambs, fair to
good. .50416.H; lambs, fenders, Ift.SOO
9,30; yearllnss, good to choice, IT.T40I.S&;
yearlings, fair to good, IT. 0007. 74; year
lings, feeders, 16.8007.14; wethers, fair to
choice, 4.TdA?.?4; ewes, good to choirs,
17.0007.10; ewes, fslr to good. 11,7407.00;
ewes, ilsln to culls. 14.0004.14: ewes, feed
ers, 4. 500ft, Tt; ewes, yearlings, 17.600
4.7B; ewes, breeders. Ss and up, I4.OO0T.7A.
No. Av. Pr.
14 Wyoming wethers 1SS T T6
II Wyoming ewes lot T 40
SS0 Wyoming breeding ewes ,...101 T T4
1021 Iitho lambs 71 10 20
T6 cu'l Inmbs 13 t 00
11 Id ho yearling ewes. 84 I IS
IT Idaho feeder lambs ...... oo too
100 Idaho feeder lambs 64 t IB
34 Idaho feeder lambs 10 t IB
144 Oregon feeder lambs IT t II
44 cu41 lamb S S 76
lit Idaho lambs S4 10 IB
44 Idaho ewes 110 T BO
44 culls 96 4 7fi
It Idaho swes 116 T 40
I culls 1 16 I 00
64 Idaho swes 114 7 40
uclls t I 00
671 Ms ho feeder lambs M t 16
16 cull ewes 17 6 00
16 Nst, ewes 117 7 36
64 Nat. lambs TO 10 10
7 cull lambs 64 B 60
I7X Nat. ewes 100 7 in
II cull ewes tl 4 7!
490 fodder yearlings It I 10
114 Ldsho lambs 70 10 00
66 Idaho lsmhs SO 10 00
SSII Idaho lambs tl 10 20
CHICAGO UVK 8TIKK MAHKKT.
Cnttle Market steady Hogs Weak Sheep
Chicago, July IS. CATTLE Receipts,
.1,000 head; market stsady; native hoef cat
tle. l6.ftO01O.O: western steers. 17. 1004.10;
stoeksrs and fseders, 16.1601. 16; cows and
at tie ft, ia.s6Bji.4u; calves, fB.buvii.ee.
HOOS Receipts, 11,000 head; market
weak at 10 advance; bulk of sales, 49.Dt.4y
b,6; light, IS.SO01O.OO; mixed, fV.iOtyiv.uo;
heavy. . 16010. 10; rough, .2Gtf.40; pigs,
HHUiCH AND LAMBS Receipts, 11,000
head; market steady; wethers, 16.7601.30;
ewos, 11.3607.10; lambs, 17.00010,40.
St, Louis Live Stock Market
St. Louis, July II. CATTLE Recelpte,
7.400 head : market, steady : native beef
steers, 17.00010.66; steers and heifers, 11.60
010.46; oows, 6. looi. oo; stoeksrs ana
feeders, 18. 80 01.16; Tsxes and Oklahoma
steers, IB.60Ot.t0; prime yearling steers and
heifers, 91.76010.16; cows and netrers, ft.OD
01.00; prime southern steers, . 00 010.40;
native calves, 16.00011.71.
HOOS Receipts, 4,700 hsad ; market
steady; pigs and lights, M.760tO; mixed
and butchers, 19,66010.00; good heavy
t. 16010.00; bulk of sales, 91.1601. 16.
SHttKP AND LAMBS Receipts, 7,100
head; market steady; wethers, I6.OO0S.OO;
clipped ewes, 14.0001.00; clipped lambs,
94.00010.04; spring lambs, 97,00010.16.
Kansas City Llvs Stoek Market.
Kansas City. Mo., July 18. CATTLB Re
ceipts, 9,000 head; market steady; prime fed
steers, 910.00010.60; dressed beef steers,
17. 6001.76; western steers. $7.0001,95;
Blockers and feeders, 16.0001.00; bulls, 6.76
07.00; calves, 96.60011.00.
HOOS Receipts , 11,000 head; market
steady; bulk of sales, It, 6006.66; heavy,
9ft.RO0t.IO; packers and butchers, $1,660
1.10; light. $1,6001.76; nigs, l. 0006,40.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 4,000
head; market steady; lambs, $10.00010.35;
yearlings, $7.7606.00; wethers, $7.!60T.6O;
Slonx City Live Stoek Market.
Sioux City, la., July II. CATTLB Re
ceipts, 1,000 head; market, 10026a lower;
native steers, $7.00010.00; cows and heif
ers, $6.1007.76; oanners, $1.7606.60; stoek
srs and feeders, $6.0007.16; bulla, stags,
HOOS Receipts, 4,600 head; market, 6c
higher; heavy, $4.4001.60; mixed. 99.300
9.40; light, lt.O60t.IO; bulk of sales, $1.16
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 660 head.
NEW YORK STOCKS;
Movements Governed .Almost
Entirely by OapriceB of Pro.
OALL MONEY IS EAST
New Tork, July II. Markst movements
todsy wsre governed almost entirely by the
caprices of profeeslonal trades. Domestic
or outside Interest was altogether negligible.
Trading was light throughout, svsn th first
hour's turnover being unusually smalt
Speculative sentiment was rather eon
flletlng, ths course of prices fa their ir
regular advances and declines indicating
faith in tnveetment Issues and further aloof
ness toward those specialties which recently
havs shown marked weakness.
More important than any development In
the market Itaelf was the offering of both
tlms snd call loans at lower rates than
sny day alnce laet week's flurry. Call money
was In free supply at 1 per cent, ths
longer maturities wsre shaded by M tl 1
Motors, munitions, some coppers and a
few high priced specialties were again eua
ceptlble to moderate pressure. Oeneral
Motors made an Initial dip of It points to
465. but recovered the greater part of Its
loes before the close, Willys Overland was
the market leader, but at ths expense of
additional Impairment, making an extreme
decline of 3 points to 677-1, from which
It. too, recovered In large part.
Changes In other parts of ths list repre
nented numerous Irregular gains and loesea
Tobacco shares continued to Improve, with
the exception of American Snuff, Which
lost more than 4 points. International
Nickel whs uncommonly active and heavy
at the outset and Tennessee Copper demoted
Reading was the only eoncplmwug rail
way stock to manifest more than a alight
degree of activity. Secondary Issues of that
group, particularly Denver dc Rio Orande,
proferred, and Missouri Paclflo wars better
In connection with the headway now being
made In the reorganisation of those prop
erties. Cotton carriers were unaffected by
the floods In the south, although Louisville
Nashville lost a point
Total sales of stocks amounted ta'tll,
Exchange markets war at a siandstlTl
with no material alteration ta sterling,
franos er marks.
Ths only feature of ths Irrognlar bond
market was a decline of six points In Tea
nou tie Copper convertibles. Total sales of
bonds, par value, were 11,140,400.
United States bonds were unchanged on
Number of salsa and notations sa leading
,, Balsa. High. Low. Close,
Am. xteei sugar.. 11,000 soy
Am. Car A Foundry
Am. Smelt At Rsf . .
Am. Sugar Refining
Am. Tel. Tel...,
Am. Z., UAH...,
Baltimore A Oh to..
Brook. Rapid Tran,
B. A S. Conner
Central Leather ....
Chesapeake A Ohio
C. M. A St. P
Chlcaao A N. W...
C R. I. A P. Ry.. S00
Chlno Copper , 1,100
Colo. Fuel A Iron
Corn Products Ref. 100
Crucible Steel 10,700
Distillers' Securities 106
Urest No. pfd
Ureal No. Ore ctfa.
Illinois Csneral. . . .
Inter. Con, Corp...
Iittur. Harvester. . .
Int. M. M. pfd. ctfs.
K. C. Southern
Louisville A Nash.,
Mex. Petroleum. . . ,
M 14. A T. pfd....
Mlmmurl Pacific. . ..
New York Central.,
N. V.. N. H. A H.
Norfolk A Western.
Northern Pacific . .
Pari Uo Mull
Pacirio Tel, A Tel..
Itay Con. Copper...
Up. Iron A Steel. .
Hhattuok Arli. Coo.
104 S 104
7? St 4
M. Joseph LIts Block Market.
St Josspb. Julr II. CATTLE Recelpte,
1,100 head; markst steady: steers, II. 6041
10.00; oows and hslfsrs, 14.166)1.11; calvas,
HOOS Receipts. 10,100 heed; markst
higher; top, 11.10; bulk of sales, 11.1009.10.
SHEEP AND LAMB! Receipts, 4,100
hsad; market lowsr; lamb., 10.0010.IE.
I.We Stock In Right.
Receipts of llvs stock at the flv, prln-
Sloux City 1.000
Kansas City 1,000
St. Louis 7.400
New York Money Market.
New Tork, July 11. MONET On call,
easier: hlih. 14 per oent; low, 2H per
cent; rutins rate, IV, per cent; laat loan,
34 per cent: clo.lnr bid, !ft per cent; of
fered at m per cent.
TIMS LOANS Easy; slaty and ninety
days, It. 04 psr oent; sis months. 404H
MERCANTILE PAPER 4 psr cent
STERLING EXCHANGE Bltty-dsy bills,
14 7114; demand, 14.76,; cables, 14.74 7-11.
SILVER Bar, 62Ho; Mealcan dollars,
BONDS Oovsrnmsnt, stsady; railroad,
U S. ref. 3s, res ISHM. K. T. 1st 4s 76
do ooupon.... HH'Mo. Pac. con I..101H
.17 B Is. res. .100 Mont Power la.. 171,
do ooupon.... 100 N. Y. C. deb. Is. 112
U. S. 4s. re...10IHN. T. City 4s.l07
do oupon..,.110 N. T.. N. H.
Am. Smelt. Is.. 10414 H. ov. Ill
Anilo-French Is. 16 UNO. Paclflo 4s.. 13
Atcb. sen. s 13 do 1 66
Ball. A Ohio 4s. II Ors. S. L. ref. 4s. 11
Beth. St. ref. 6s. 100 Pao. T. A T 6s. 10014
C.nt. Pao. 1st.. 38Penn. con 4',s..l04
C. M. & Bt P. St. L. A San P.
ov, DS .vi
n Tt I A P. R.
ref. 4S i.n
Chea.AO.c. 4s tb do ten. 4,s. .10114
JJ. A 4. J. imngviinr sen. ,e.
Bl. L. Ban IT.
rsf. 4s 71-11
So. Pao. cv. Es.103
do ref. 4s 8'A
Colo. A So. r. 4. IIHSo. Railway Is. .101
Erie sen. 4s.... 74 Union Pao. 4a.. 16
D. A RT. O. oon. 4s 71 do ov. 4a 14
do ref. Is 70 U. 8. Rubbsr 6a. lot
Gen. Eleo. 6s 100 V. 8. fltesl 6s... 101
Ot. No. 1st 4s. IIW. Union 4s.. 16
III. Cent. ref. 4s II W. Else. ov. 6s. IIS
Int M. M. 4S..104
K. C. S. ref. IS..
LAN. unl. 4s
Read Bee Want Ads for profit. Use
them for results.
14 11 11
11 " 11
17 11 II if
.... ..... 111$
10 30 10
47 41 4J
ii" 'ii' ii4
1 14 M
41 41 41
16 16 16
10 10 1,
11 47 47
16 26 14
46 44 46
1 11 17
14 14 34 li
400 14 14
100 104 104 ;
00 111 110 111 V
. 17.100 111 121 116
Tennea.ee Copper.. (,100 21 33 14
00 74 j
1,100 17 V
T.xaa Company. . .
Union Paclflo pfd..
V. 8. Ind. Aloohol..
United States Btsal.
V. S. Steel pfd.'....
Wabaab pfd. "B"..
. 117 117
Total salss for th. day, 163,000 aharM.
Quotations furnished by Burns.
A Co., 441-461 Omaha National bank
. Bid. .
Deere A Co. pfd. ...I II -Falrmount
Cream. C. 7 pot.
Qooch Mill. Hlsr. Co. T fwt.
Cudahy Pack. Co., T pot, nfd.. 104
Lincoln Tel. A Tel. oom. f pot. 16
Lincoln Trao. Co., pel pid.. M
K. C. Ry. A Lt. pfd
Mountain State Tel.. 7 pot.... Ill
Oma. A C. B. Ry.ABrlds, pfd. 16
Oma. A C. B. Ry. pfd 11
Peters Mill Co. pfd II :
Sioux City Stoak Tarda com.. IT
Sioux City stocks Tarda pfd. . II
Swift A Co Ill
Union Stoek Tarda, pot stook II
Arsentln, Nation sold dlsoeunt
notes, April, 1117, to net 6
Antle-rrsnch Is, Oct II, Kit IU
Armour A Co. 4s, 1130 13
Booth, St. Louis, Is, 1111 11
Benson (Neb.) school 6s, 1,44 107
Columbus Lt, Heat s. Power .
CO. 6s, 1114 11
Chlcaso Union Sta. 4,, IMS
la. Fort Csmsnt Co. ls.iail-1, II
Imp. Jap. sovt 4s, Id eerie.
K. C. Railway Co. note, 100
K. C Ry. 1st 6s, 1144 07
Lincoln Gas A Eleo. I., llll.. II
Montreal Tram. pot. notes
Omaha Oas Is, HIT
Oma. A C. B. 8L Ry. Is, llll
8ulsberser A Sons Co. as, 141
City of Tork (Neb.) tan. Imp,
ft. Lords Un Stoek Mark.
Bt Louis, July II. CATTLB Reoelpta,
1,000 bead; market steady, native - beef
steers, I7.004J1O.I6; yearling steers and
heifers, $8. 60(910.66; cows, 96.60tfg.00,
stockers and feeders, IS.80OI.tS; southern
steers, 11.6091.10; prims yearling steera
and heifers, l.7BOtO.I6; news and heifers.
16.0098. 00; prime southern steers, 11.009
10.00; native calves, 16.00911.76.
HOOS Receipts, 7.000 head; market
steady; pltrs and lights, 8.769.t0; mixed
and butchers, 17.66 9 10.00 ; good heavy,
81.96910.00; bulk of sales, 11.66 9 9 16.
BHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1,000
head; market steady; wethers, 18.0098.00;
clipped ewes, 14.00 8.00; clipped lambs.
10.00910.00; spring lambs, 97.00910.1S,
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Soreness and Inflammation
Bub In few drops of Absorbtne, Jr. It
Is surprising htm promptly It penetrates an 4
acts how clean and pleasant H is to wss
and how economical, because only g few
drops an required to do the work.
In addition to being a dependable liniment.
Absorbing Jr., la ft safe, powerful, trust-,
worthy antlseptio and germicide, which dou
bles Its efficiency and Its usee.
When spplisd to ents, brtrlss and sores
It kills the germs, makes tht wound asep
tics) I r elean and promotes rapid, healthy
healing. It allays pain sad liiflammatlon
promptly. Swollen glands, painful varleosa
veins, wans and bursal enlargements yield
readily to ths application of Absorbine, Jr.
Absorblns, Jr., Is gold by leading? drug
rists at $1.90 and f$.0 a bottls or sent
Liberal trial bottls postpaid for Itte in
W. F. YOUNG, P. . F.
114 Temple St. , Sprlngfiei.l, j
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