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THE BfeK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JULY IS, 1917.
15) I N. JSD, i rms ,.,,-..$30.00
ISJO.Burt 6t.. 7 rms SO. 00
M? S. ;9th,-T rms f... 16.00
"$604 Bodge-St.. arm., with lep. -
' ing 'porch ..- 66.00
iZi Securltle Bldg. Tyler 163.
i-IuHT room and sleeping porch, a high
class hams en 33th Ave. $60. .Eight rooms
and garage, W. Farnam. $49.
ALLEN & BARBKTT.
-tll'Bee. Pouglas 7TS.
K0use in ail part of tho city.
: CREIGH. SONS & CO.. 608 Be Bldg.
RL.iT, S30i Leavenworth, i rooms, $20.
JOHN N. FRE.NZER. Douglas 554.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
. ," ;bt. .CLAlH, "
"tli and Iiarnejr. 8-rootu apt Call Har. (47.
APARTMENTS. U sites and .price.- plen
did location. itt.i and Farnam. D. 1473.
. BOOMS, garage, sleeping porch, hot water,
'heat;' janitor service. 8408 Davenport.
N?W "mod. 4-r." sfjarliuents. West Farnam
district. 'Phone Walnut 2350.
4-flOQM apt.,, heated,, corner, second floor,
Screened porch summer, $93.60.
v -4-r, apt., Heated, tlret floor, $21. ltll
Maple .St. Red' 1881.
SiTSIAM, heated,.-11$ and up,, summer rates,
ear P. O. - 0. P. Stebblns. 1610 Chicago.
""I. ... '.
. . FIREPROOF APARTMENTS.
. . TRAVERTON, ' t
"' I4TH ASD LANDOX COURT.
Clese in, every convenience, best service
completely furnished. Catering only to
people of refined taste.
W. T. GRAHAM.
FJVB-KOOM steim heated apartment, The
wnuia visia,' cu'i. nu rUpjJlOlUII, vUU
rid Young;, 333 Brandels Theater. Doug
las 1571. .
S. 26th St., 8-r., new, modern flat, $45.
3633 Harney St., 8-r., all modern, 337.50.
1133 N.. 18th, 8-r.. hot water heat, $25.
SJ0-N. 31st St..., 6-r.. mod. ex. heat, $la,
1112 N. 22d St., 4-r., mod. ex. heat, $16.
RASP BROS., 210 Keeline Bldg. Tyler 731.
- FOR RENT, FLATS.
- Colored tenants wanted for 5 and $
room flats: $13.50 and $15; South Side.
Honiberg. Tyler 78o.
u.ROnvr modnrn aDartment. lust decorated
garage., on car line, good location; would
furnish. KeU weK nays.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY.
RENTAL HEADQUARTERS FOR OMAHA.
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
FOR ' BENT Building,: suitable for whole,
sal or storage purposes, 3 floors and ce
ment basement, floors 25x130 ft. Good
elevator and .convehient arrangement for
leading:;, might consider renting one or
more Jloors separate; building well fa
ceted and available August 1. Nebraska
& Iowa Mercantile Cq., vau -Howard ti
Tel. D. 1066. ' .
NEW,' modern stores on Leavenworth, be.
tween 24th and 25th fits. Low rent. '
Oarage building, 133 N. 40th St. Single,
83.00: double. 310.00. '
JQttN W. 'BOBBINS, 1803 FARNAM 8T.
DESIRABLE storo room, modern front,
metal, celling, steam neat, .-oo ou.
16th St.; size 32x60; can be subdivided:
low -rent. Conrad Young, S23 Brandels
Theater mag, uougisa jou.
LOW.'PRICED modern offices. Farnam
Bldg., 13th and Farnam, (Old 1st Nat.
.-HIRST--TRUST CO., Tyler 500.
STORE for r)nt.
. WORLD REALTY CO.,
- r Sun Theater; Building.
SMALL' modern store room, steam heat.
15U, Capitol Ave. Conrad Young, 322
Brandels1 Theater. Douglas l&n.
JlOPERN -store, 16th St.. n.eac postoffiee, $7.
Gi P. Stebblns; 1610 Chicago.
4718. fli4Ttt.S.T.;' -scar. Ov.186. X H.
Bemw.fgq.'-teWrhs -3408. -r---- ' -
Pffieel-ahd: Desk Room.- -
CHOICE office space, Balrd Bldg.. 17 th and
Douglas: Mceague inv. co.
Garages and Barns.
SMALL garage centrally located, $25.
E. H. BENNER CO., D. 8406;
Unfurnished Apartrrfents and Flats.
WE want., more, houees and apartments to
rent The--fact-that we have practically
cleared up 'Our big list i conclusive proof
of the efficiency of bur rental ervlcce. If
you.-wa.ht to keep, your place rented e
Payn -- Slater Co., Omaha'g Rental
Men, 6i6 dm. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug., 1018.
LIgT yourbom.es . with u for rent, The
demand Is good and wa have a waiting
3. H.- DUMONT A Co. (Realtors), .
41$ KUn"8idg. Pbon D. 0.
MOVING AND STORAGE
GORDON VAN CO. ,
' TTREFROOF WAREHOUSE.
- packing. -storage' and moving.
219-N. 11th St. Phone Doug-
Phone Douglas 288 for complete
lisTof vacatit house and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving.
ith-n'4 Jackson Sts.
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
i "STORAGE CO.,
Expert -service; -prompt attention. Your
moving, youe packing, your storage.
Main Office, -Central Furniture Store.
,7th and' 'Hq-ward. ' Tel. P. 778$.
FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE. -
Separate locked .room for household
good- and planps; moving, packing and
shipping. : : '-- .v
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE. CO., ,
803 6. 16th St. ... : Douglss 4161.
Globe; Van and Storage Co.
For real servlco.ln moving, packing and
storing, call Tyler .30 or uougias
Maggard ; rlrZ0'
1' -m-,A- rA . Xfnvtnff--Pfleklnr
Storage and' Shipping. Phone Doug. I486.
Y "'-' T ITlTTV - Express Co-.. Moving
cj . J. RaCJlJ Packing and Storage.
130TT"i Bt- Web. 274S. Doug. 8146..
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
AN ATTRACTIVE HOME
BUILT TO LIVE INNOT TO
. .. RENT. .. -,.
- -AND DECORATED
IN. THE VERY BEST RESI
Thla';l on of the best built hemes In
Omaha. - Stone foundation and basement,
soltd brick above; slat root The coal
bin and fruit cellar of tile. Practically
no cost tor fainting or repairing.
Library with built-in bookcase, olld
cherry; hall and staircase of oak; dining
room, la paneled in Venetian oak. All
fjoor are hardwood. Large double storm
windowed and screened sun porch, con
nected wltu.jni. the library' "and dining
room by French .doors. The walls of the
first floor and upper ball, are covered with
' hand-decorated burlap, except- the music
room i- three; bath, j-oom.'- Large closets
vttb outside' windows, wardrobes and
chest of 'dtsrs.' There 1 laundry
fruit cellar, furnace room .and apace which
can be finished for" a billiard room-In the
basement, which la'cemented throughout.
Large soft water cistern, gaa. not water
heater for summer use.
So well built tbst 15 ton of coal will
heat It throughout and with solid brick
walls. It' is wonderfully cool fn summer.
At the very crest of the hill, there 1
alway a breeze there If anywhere. It 1
convenient to the oar Una and In the
chotccet residence section of. Omaha. The
price 1 very reasonable and Xerma will be
mad to suit the buyer' conveniens.
Owner leaving the city.
Address Box 3687. Bee.
In .West Farnam district, C rooms,
strictly modern; hot water heat; lot 4Sx
111; fruit txees and hrubbery. - Owner
leaving city and offer thl for quick sal
at $4,300. Terms.
Phoas Owner, Harney i724v
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
BEST BARGAIN IN
Nine rooms, strictly modern; built for
a home, with quarter-sawed oak finish;
hot water heat finished attic, complete
basement, plastered; full lot, en Laay.
cue Ave Blvd., near 38th; garage.
Non-resident owner ha cut the price
to 18,000 for quick ssle. The house alon
cost better than 16.000 and the lot Is
worth 32,000. Investigate at once.
GLOVER & SPAIN
Douglss 31(1. fit-Sit City Nat.
9 rooms, strictly modern, practically
new brick and stucoo bouse, including
sunroom and sleeping porch; hot water
heat; beautifully finished and decorated;
oak throughout; garage for 3 cars; lot
55x133; located near 38th and Cass, com
manding a fine view of the city. Price
845-T-9 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 60.
NEAR FARNAM, on 14th St.. -r. strictly
modern borne, oak finish; hot water heat,
lavatory on first floor; splendid location;
37,000. F. D. WEAD. 310 8. 18th St.
118 SO. 35TH ST. 8-r. and sleeping porch,
fine condition, great bargain if sold quick,
ly. Owner leave oily. Reas. terms. H. 3385.
Located high an J lightly, Std, near De
catur street. W sold seven in this loca
tion last season. Has five rooms, olosets
and bath, full basement, large, roomy
porch. All decorated with high grade
paper, tile in kitchen and bath. Shades
and electrlo fixtures. Oak finish In liv
ing and dining room, pedestal opening
with bookcases. Price $2,023. Substantial
first payment, balsnoe monthly Ilk rent.
Call for appointment,
Phone D. 6186- $13 first N.it Bank,
Located on a choice corner, south and
east front. Has long living room with
French doors, leading Into sun room,
book case and colonnade. Large dining
room, with buffet, butler' pantry to
kitchen Three extra large bedroom,
exceptionally compjete bath room. Full
basement, with plenty of window, laun
dry tubs,' etc. The woodwork Is ell the
finest selected oak, waxed finish. The
house was built by day labor throughout.
Just ons year eld. The owner I asking
$6,009, which Is at least $1,000 less than
It could be duplicated. For appointment
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701-J Om. Nat'l. Bank Bldg. Tyler 4.
YOU CAN BUY
A $4,500 HOUSE
Six-room semi-bungalow, nearly new,
all beautiful oak finish, French door to
sunroom, bookcase, all th butlt-ln fea
ture In kitchen, white enamel finish In
bedroom. Full cemented basement. Lot
50x130. This is a dandy. When oan you
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 4.
Seven-room heme, all modern, full aisd
lot-on corner, streets paved. This prop
erty Is on Burdette, easy walk to 20th
or 24th car. Will give soma one a bar
gain. Owner left city.
308 Farnam Bldg.
WAVERLY PARK ADDITION.
Brand new, ready for occupancy, ele
gantly decorated, oak finish In living
room, full cement basement, stairway to
floored attic, exterior frame and stucco,
east front lot, just one block west of Fon
tenelle boulevard, located high and sightly
on 47th Ave. near Bedford. Price $3,400,
$30 down, balano term. Becom a
home owner and (top paying rent. ;
C. G. CARLBERG. Realtor,
310-312 Brandet Theater Bldg.
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE
FOR ONLY $3,650
To buy a full two-etory, ilx-room, hot
water heated home, strictly modern, 60x
130-foot lot, beautiful maple shade, west
of Kountze park, about two blocks to the
24th street car service. Immediate pos
session. Call '
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701-2 Omsha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 496.
Five-room house with two lot; fruit
trees, electric light and inside newly fur
nished. Price 81,800. One lot and garden
goea with It If old before Sept 1. Also
two vacant lot. Prtc $650. Close to
school and car. Phono Benson 430-J.
We have Just' listed an 18-room flat on
Georgia avenue? just south of Leaven
worth. Strictly modern In every way.
Owner will consider taking vacant lots
or a good automobile and some cash for
his equity. ,
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
637 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg. D. 1781.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Two 8-room flat In four apartment,
all permanently rented, on paved treet,
in good repair.
At 6425 and C137 S. 21st St., 8outh Side.
Will be gold to the highest bidder on the
premise. Wednesday, July 25, at 11 a. m.
If you want to buy good income prop
erty, at your o'wn price come to this sale.
For further Information call,
JAMES L. DOWD, Auctioneer.
'. Red 328S or Harney 4573.
' W. H; GRIFFITH, Owner.
ONE S-roora and one 4-room cottage, both
on on lot; line conaiuon; live in one ana
rent the other. Price for both, $3,760.
Very asy trm. No. 2433 South 20th fit.
NORRIS & NORRIS,
400 Be Building. Phone Douglas 4370,
Stucco conatructlon, 6 large light room.
Oak floor, oak and enamel finish: Price
$3,800. Easy term. Another pew build
ing for $3,650. Call Dougla 1722 day.
Walnut 1580 evenings. .
FOR RENT or aell cheap, new seven-room
house; large barn ana -cnicken coops; gar
den all In; berries, vegetable and potatoes.
Oood place ttf-jnake living by selling milk
and eggs. 3403 B. tth St. Tyler 1432-J.
A SPLENDID BARGAIN
A nice all modern home, except heat;
S rooms and bath, In good neighborhood,
Iwth water, walks, gas.
$22.00 PER MONTH
Th lot I full !. House beautifully
decorated and has growing garden which
goes with property. - Thl is a bargain.
CALL WALNUT 789.v
W. FARNAM SMITH CO.,
Real Estate and Insurance,
1320 Farnam St. D. 1064.
A TRACT of ground laying Ideal for poultry
raising; zdu-il irnntage; price ssiu; sou
cash. $13.60 monthly. Call D. 2596.
F. B. ROBINSON, Real Estate and Insur.
anea, 443 Be Bldg., Dougla $097.
II. S. TRUMBULL,
ISO 1st Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1714.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
DO YOU WANT AH1W
If so, I can sell yeu a lot In grow
ing district where property la increasing
in value and all new hollies. The sewer,
water, gas and walks are it 11 in and paid
in full, located near a good car line and
school. Tou can select thu lot that suits
80U on -
.Small Cash Payment
and I will build a house to suit ynu. I
have a lumber yard and mill and let
large plumbing and heating contracts;
thus I can save you, 'money and give
you Just what yeu want.
ON VERY EASY TKHSIS.
HOME BUYERS. READ THIS:
High-class home will be sold right.
Acre of ground -facing on
Beautiful park; handy to 3 car lines.
Has quarter-sawed oak downstairs.
Second floor, large tiled-bathroom, large
airy bedrooms, large sleeping porch.
Hot water and. furnace heat combined;
33 shade trees. Nonresident here this
week and wants to sell. Call or address
831 Omaha Nat. Bank.
Phones Red 653. Evenings. Walnut 1103.
Tempielon-Olson Co., Bee Bldg. Tyler 3U4u.
General real estate, Insurance. Rentals.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
ti. A. wolf. Realtor. War Blk. Specialist
In downtown business property.
REAL ESTATE Investment
No, 1 An apartment house built In
1917 that U paying 10 V, per cent net on
No. 2 60-foot frontage on Douglas St.
at $600 per foot. Place your money
wher values are Increasing. Complete
Information at office.
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1320 Farnam St. P. 1064. Even., H. 41C8,
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKEY A SON,
620 First National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
WANTS OMAHA HOME FOR
KANSAS CITY HOME.
Beautiful Kansas City home, location
similar to our Happy Hollow. Built by
the owner, costing $9,000; mortgage only
$3,000; leased $55 per month. Wants to
exchange for good home here.
EDWARD F. WILLIAMS CO.,
803-4 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug, 420.
QUARTER section Minnesota laud, 4 mile
northwest of Wlndom; 120 acres In crops,
fenced and cross-fenced: good, blauk
sandy loam, about 20 miles from Iowa
line. Farm Is renttd, 3-5 delivered. Price
$135 per acre. Wanta Improved 80 acres.
Must b within $0 miles of Omaha, or
good Income Omaha property.
LUND. 420 ROSE BLDG. TYLER 753.
7-ItOOM house and cash for farm.
i ilx-room houses for-farm or ranch.
640 Cherry county improved for house or
GATE CITY LAND CO..
D. 3380. 322 Paxton Blk.
WILL exchange equity of Sku.OOO In quarter
section near Fullerton, Neb., and equity
of $18,000 on quarter section near Blue
Springs, Neb., foa clear city property or
mortgages. Address Box 6707, Bee.
South Dakota, for cash or clear land. S..
J. Olmein, Minneapolis, Minn.
SEVEN-UOOM renldence on N. 27th St. for
one In Council Bluffs. Mrs. B 719 Mill
St., Council Ultiffs. la.
160 ACRES, wsll Improved, every acre good
land. N. E. Neli.. will take some trade.
Or. A. Kull, Oakland. Neb.
JiO AN acre buys 130-acre farm 15 mile
from Omaha. Inquire 433 Ramgo Blk. Tel.
Doug. 4213. Residence phone Doug. 6776.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AFTER looking at MINNE LUSA SOU dlf.
fereut buyers decided that It waa the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their judgment by buying lots.
IF YOU will come out today you will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES VV. MARTIN & CO.,
742 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
BEAUTIFUL 60-foot lota. Price $220. only
$2 cash and 60 cents per week. Doug. 8392,.
CUMING Near 29th St., 22 or 44 feet;
must be sold to close estate Crlmmel,
849 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
PAVED ROAD '
$10 Down $10 Monthly
IN BENSON GARDENS
We are In a position to offer the last
aero on Macadam road In Benson Oar
den at $1,000. This has a small build
ing suitable for garage. Is a corner
facing north on Main street and east on
73th and has 139-foot frontage oh paved
road and. 231 feet e-76th- This Is
sn Investment. Call Tyler 60 nnd go out
at once and see this. Ask for Mr, Man
vllle. HASTINGS & HEYDEN'
1614 Harney Street.
FOR SALE (-room modern house and 3
lots In Benson; will sacrifice for quick
sale. Write F, A. Robinson, 616 North
16th street, Fort Dodge, la., for terms.
Well located lots on easy terms. Mod.
ern, attractive home. Before buying b
sur and lee
GEORGE & CO..
HOMES and home sites in Dundee.
6HULER & CARY. 204 Keeline. D. (074.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
LISTING houses to rent or sen on small cash
payments; have -parties waiting. Western
Real Estate, 413 Karhach Blk.' D. 3607.
LIST you 6 and 6-room houses with Ed
ward F. Williams Co., 801 Omaha Nat
Bank Bldg. D. 420.
LIST your $ and 6-room house with us.
WE SELL THEM. OSBORNE REALTY
Co., Tyler 496.
WANT to Buy 40 acres of -farm and pasture
land. Box 188, independence, Kan.
ARNDT & TAYLOR can assist you. 1825
Laird St. Webster 2039. ,
Real Estate, Leans and Mortgages.
$100 TO $10,000 MADE promptly. F. dT
Wead, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sts.
CITY and farm loans pormptly made. Rates
(, m and 1 per cent. Reasonable com
mission. -. ,
UNITED STATES TRUST CO.,
212 South 17th. Omaha, Neb.
$1,000 MTGE., bearing (pet. semi-annually;
secured by property valued at $4,000.
Telmadge-Loomis InV. Co.. W, O. W. Bldg.
i PER CENT to 6 per cent on best class
city residences l.i amount $2,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commission.
PETERS TRUST CO., 1823 Farnam St
MONEY to loan on Improved farm ana
ranchea . W slsj buy good farm raort
' gage. Kloke Inv Co., Omaha.
H. W. BINDER.
Money on bud for mortgag loan.
City National Bank Bldg.
SIX per cent first ' mortgsges secured by
umaha real estate. E. it Lougee, Inc.,
638 Keeline Bldg.
SHOPEN & CO., PRIVATE MONEY.
FARM and city loans, 6, 6 '4 and ( per cent.
W. H. Thomas, Keeline Bldg. Doug. 1648.
LOW RATES C. G. CARLBERG. 313 Bran-
del Theater Bldg. D. (85.
OMAHA HOMES. - EAST NEB. FARMS.
tKEKFE R. E. CO., 1016 Omaha Nat.
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS.
W. T. GRAHAM, 604 Bee Bldg.
C MONEY HARRISON & MORTON.
' lO . 916 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Stocks and Bonds.
LISTED and unlisted stocks. Investment
securities. Industrial stock.
ROBERT C. DRUESEDO . & CO.,
Abstracts of Title.
Lroi.y Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
rVCII J05 g. itth st,, ground floor.
Bonded by Man. Bonding and Ins. Co.
GALLAGHER & NElSON
represent prompt pay Insurance companies.
(10 Brandela Bldg., Omaha. Nab.
FARM LANDS FOR RENT
Good farm; will pay cash or give good
trade In city income property: state In
letter full particulars if mortgaged how
much and rate of Interest. Will deal with
owners only. Agents, suv stamps, no com
missions. Box 646!. Bee.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
THE HEIRS HAVE
DECIDED TO SELL
For cash or good security one of the finest
improved 4Sl-acr stock farms In Lewis
Township, Pottawattamie county, Iowa, $
miles southeast of Council Bluffs. New 11
reom house, modern; barn for 80 head of
horses and (0 tons of hay; electrlo lighted;
granary, hayshed, garage, hog houaes.
good chicken house, feed lot and self
feeder, Plenty of good water and running
water in pastures.
Also 30 acre first class high bottom
land located near Island Park, la., alx
mile south of Council Bluffs; good five,
room house and other good Improvements.
Alt under cultivation. Will divide this If
One S-story brick building 160 West
One 3-story brick building 109 S. Main.
One 2-story brick building til S. Main.
Nine-room house, 930 4th Ave; all mod
ern; large corner lot; nice 4-rootu house,
809 South 6th St.
Address Lock Box 293, Cognull Bluffs, l.
FOR 8ALE Land in W. Caluaslou Parish,
I.a. Timber, marsh and high land. Ad
dress M. C. Roderick. Ulmuunt. Lak
. Charles. La.
A JJO-aore farm in Pierce county. Neb.,
at a bargain; 160 acres In cultivation;
fair buildings. For particular writ to
Box 316. Holstsin, la
80 ACRES irrigated, fine, level, black land,
near Bridgeport. Neb., very cheap, terms;
crop goes with land.
S. S. A R. B. MONTGOMERY,
527 City National Dank Blilg.
SMALL Nebraaka farm on easy puyiuenl
5 acres up, Wa farm the farm we sell
you. Th ITungerford Pots to Orower'
association, 16th and Howard St., Omaha
Wa have buyers fur farms- and acreage
within 40 miles of Omaha; also have In
quiries for Nebraska ranches. White Ik
Hoover, Omah Nst'l Bldg. Tel D, 40.
FOR SALE One quarter section land, well
Improved, TH- miles south of Lodgepole,
Neb. Write or call the owner. C. J. Schad,
5 to 6 tons per acre yearly.
JORDAN VALLEY PROJECT
HARLEY J. HOOKER
940 First Nat. Bunk Bldg.
GOOD corn land, east Texas, $2$ an acre.
Get my free book,
W. 8, FRANK. 201 Neville Block, Omaha.
LAND I LAND!
10, SO, 40 or 80 acres, or larger tracts.
Work for yourself. Farmers are making
enormous profits on tho high pries of
food. Oat Into this class jomnelf. 1
have lands well sultod for general farm
ing, stock, dairying and smaller tracts
especially selected for poultry, vegetables
and fruits, located in ' Michigan' best
counties. Prlres, $15 to $35 per acre;
terms on which anyone can buy; 10 acres,
$5 to $115 down; 20 acres, $10 to $50 down;
40 acres, $25 to $100 down, balance small
monthly or yearly payments. These lands
if planted to fruit, potatoes, bean or
clover will make as much money,, acre
for acre, as $160 to $200 land In th corn
belt states. Oood .roads, telephones, near
towns, schools, etc. Write for literature.
1 want to tell you all' about Ihl country
and it opportunities. Ask about cheap
excursion tu the lands. George W. Swl
gart, Owner, J-1252, First National Bank
Blu., Chicago, III.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
FINE bay driving horse for sale, $45. Good
well matched bay team. $85. These are
bargains on account of going out of busl-
neas. Harney 2501.
FOR SALE Two marcs, or trade. Webster
, 6310. George Bchcschy.
fe"OR SALE Young Jorsoy cow, with heifer
calf. Benson 116,
MONEY TO LOAN
FURNITURE, planoa and note a enurity.
$40, 6 mo., H. goods, total cost, $3.60.
$40, 6 mo. endorsed notes, total cost, $2.69,
Smaller, large am'ts proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
132 Jtose Bldg,. 16th and Farnam, Ty. $66.
LEGAL R ATE 8 LOANS
$24.00 $240,00 or more
Fasy payment. Utmost privacy.
340 Fnxton Blk. Tel. Doug. 2295.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY.
I AM BRINGING
From S, and C.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Vogel Investment company to Abe
Weiss, Sixteenth street, -. 110 feet
north of California street, eaat side,
23x66 $ 1
M. A. Pease to Alvlna Llerman, south
east corner Twenty-first and Wirt
treU, 100x124 1
County treasurer to J. P, Parrott,
. Third street, 150 feet north of Has
kell street, east side, 50x118...... ......
John F. Behm and -wife-to Jerome
B. Parrott, northeaat corner Third
and Haskell streets, 100x11$ 100
South Slrie Land -company to Gust A. -Carlson,
Palmar street. 6$ feet south
of D atrtet, west side,' Irregular
J. W. Thorns and wf to Nellie W.
Ryan, Seward street, 200 feet est
of Fortieth street, outh sldo, 50x
Myron M. Jleptonntall and wlfo to
Bertschy Manufacturing and Engi
neering company 2,500
Tho 8. D. Mercer company to Frank
G. Seward, Cumrhg street, 200 feet
east vt Forty-third street, north side,
Bartholomew Real Estat company to
Otto Jf. Janowskt, Twenty-first
street, 177 feet north of Ames ave
nue, cast aid, 40x103 1,050
New Record Marked Up for
Choice Heavy Weight Cat
tle When Sales Are Made
Omahii, July X. HXT.
ll'llf IB " V 1 V . V SB I IV. IH'IIB, UICT-I,
Official Monday 4. 7.879 J.469
I'.li,,,., T.,A..I. A 1st Art r I ik ik
i-oimifltv lurpugT,,,,, t.tvv 4,vv'i i.ivo
Two days this week... 7,176 23.879 9,969
eame uays laai wea,. .) it: ini'o
S;iine days 3 wks. ago. (.149 16.699 8,338
Same days i wks. ago.! 5.499 20.195 6.293
. a ... t. ...... ,f , aft. , A-a
Sams days last year. .. 11,24$ 13,006 25,993
ueceipis ano disposition ox iie siuca ai
the Union stock yards, Omaha, for twenty-
tour nours enniug ai 3 ociock yesierusy.
11 EC E 1 1TS C A IIS.
Cattle. Hogs. 8heep. ll t'i
C, M. & St P 4 10
Wabash 3 1
Missouri Pacific .. (5. ,1
Union Pacific 23 i 31 t
C. A N. W., test.. 8 17
C. & N. W., west.. 2 J 81 J 3
C, St. P.. M. O.. 10 10 1 ..
C, H. A Q. east.. 37 1
I'., B. & Q, west.. 21 .11
C, R. 1, & P., east 9 S3
C, K. 1. P., west 1 - ' . . ..
Illinois Central .... 3
Chl. Great West 1 3 .. 1
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris Co 637 3,663 4f6
Swift & Co 77: 3,(30 (.528
Cudahy Pack. Co (39 8.978 3,30$
Armour A Co (36 4. OK 1,069
bebwarts A Co (44 .....
J. W. Murphy 1.93 f
Lincoln Packing Co... 3
Cudshy, K. 0 496 ,.
Wilson Picking Co.... 79
Armour, K. C 3(2
Benton, Vansant A L. 7 ,,
Hill A Bon ,. 49
r. B. Lewis 125
1. B. Root A Co .'IS
F. U. Kellogg 1
Wertheimer A Degen- 1-1
Ellis A Co S
Sullivan Bros U
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co.. '.'4
Huffman 19 .....
Banner Bros. 35
John Harvey 2"0 ,,,
Jensen A Lungren,... 12 ,.
Pat O Dsy 7
Swift, K. C 333
Swift, Fort Worth... 307
Other buyers 967 3,8775
Total 3,235 15,(40 .(,154
Cattle Anollior rat'.ier moderate run of
cattl showed up todsy 3,100 head and
fully one-third of these were either con
signed direct or through, and not offered
on the market. The actual offerings of
beef cattle war rattier smsll and very
fair In point of quality as a rule. De
mand from all sources wss good for the
desirable gradca and prices strong for any.
thing good enough to attract competition.
Choice heavy cattle sold up lo (13.75, which
Is a new high mark for the atason, Th
halt fat and warmed up cattl that cam
in competition with gnaser war slow
and unoven sal a uual,
Market for cow and heifer wa active
and strong a compared with yesterday, tup.
pile being limited and th demsnd broad.
Veal calve were fully steady and bull,
stags, etc., ateady to a llttl strong.
Quotation on rattte: Good to choice
beeves, $13.65918.65; fair to good beeves,
$11.75013.(0; good to fair beeves, $10,000)
11.60; good to choice, yearlings, $t3.(0&
13.30: fair to rood yearlings. Jll, 7611. 60;
common to fair yearlings, $9.7011. 60 good
to cliolce grass beeves, (9.500)10.60! common
to fair grass beeves, $8.3509.(5: good t
choice heifers, $9.5010.60 good to choir
cow, $8,50:50. "6; fair to good cow, $7.60
8.50; common to fair cow, 16.00 7.60; good
to choice feeder. $S.76a(.il): fair to good
feeders, (7.50 Jj)(.50j commoa ta fair feeders.
(8.769)7.50; good to choice Blocker, M.oodj)
9.00; stock heifers, (7.00O(.00; stock cows.
16.76(0)7.50; good to choice Hookers, (1.00$)
9.00; stock helfors, $7.00$8.OO; (took cows,
$8.60(ji7.60; stork calves, $6.(0y9.00; veal
calves, $9.0014.00; bulls, stags, tc, $6.50
iff 9. 60.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av, Pr.
8 408 $7 09 10 884 $7 (5
26 753 26 20 ...1143 11 (S
25 1304 13 76
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
( 690 7 60 64 T31 13 It
14 (73 1 65 I (21 T 76
5... (30 11 00
11 973 ( 76 $ HAS T 00
81 909 7 75 15... 9(4 ( 00
3 1260 I S 1 980 I 10
$ 432 10 00 2 13(5 10 60
1 1190 7 60 1,. 1114 9 36
3 . 246 ( 60 3 373 ( (0
9 280 10 (6 4.., 200 1$ 00
Hogs Hog receipt her thl morning
were very liberal, being among the larg
est in the country for the day. Arrivals
counted out 238 cars, or about K.0O0 head,
making tho total for th two day 23,879
head. This I a few hundred amaller than
a week ago, but 1 7,000 larger than two
week ago, and nearly twice a larg as
for the corresponding days last year.
Buyers used Hi heavy supplies and bear
Ish advices from other market excuses
for enforcing a sharp decline here. Some
of the best hogs were not off so much, but
as a general thing th market showed a
Iflfl lSo reduction from yesterday's averago,
and bulk of the offerings sold at the low
est prices that hav been seen her In
over three months.
On the finish trsde wa another mean af
fair. Quite a sprinkling of the liberal of
ferings remained In first hands after pack
era had tbelr drove pretty well filled out
and on these further declines were enforced,
later sales being ss much 16(8 25c, lower
than yesterday. At noon clearance wi not
complete, buyer reporting a rloien or fif
teen load still unsold when they cam from
No, Av. Sh. Pr.
78. .253 70 14 45
No. Av. Bh. Pr.
67. .367 ... 14 60
(4. .240 70 14 66 84... 283 40 14 67ft
6U..241. ... 14 70 0. .245 120 14 85
66. .237 40 16 00 70. .205 ... 16 26
65. .217 40 16 30
Sheep Supplies of sheep and lambs,
while three time a large a yesterday's,
were not at all burdensome for this time
Of year, th run belngn estimated at thirty
loads, or 7,600 head. The total for the two
days is only (.969 head, a compared with
17,405 a week ago, (,938 two Week ago and
26,993 th corresponding day of last year.
Light receipt are th rule at most of
the western marketa and the trad showed
a good healthy ton all around th loop.
Here native lamb started moving fairly
early at figures that were fully steady, and
a pretty decent run of native stock wa
fairly woll cleaned up by the middle of
the forenoon. For the better kind It wss
largely a $16.00(J)15.25 market, while a real
desirable bunch reached $16.40, equeltng
yesterday top on ranger and fair kind
old downward to aroupd $14.50,
Rangera were dower to move. A a gen
eral thing they wer held for comewhat
higher price up until th latter part of the
forenoon, when (oiler gave in and caahed
their holding In yeterday' notches. Once
the market wa given a start It took only
a short while to clear the barn and every
thing waa sold well before midday. Pop
ular prices for range offering were $15.(6
015.40, th latter figure agatn being the
The run of old sheep wa better than
for several days, both a to all and qual
ity, but the outlet wa fairly broad, and
w , mil - iii, ,i a. i T . -mn
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Henry Otto Sell to Boron J. Swing
holm. Twenty-thlrd treet, (2 feet
south of Spring tret, east id, (0
Joseph J, Mellck and wife to Angle
A. 8. Smith, hard street, 144 feet
ast of Fifty-second street, south
Me, 60x136 , 10
Michael L. Clark, sheriff, to Omaha
Loan and Building association. Sev
enteenth street, 485 feet north of
Center street, east side, 75x114 .... 2,4!6
Francis C. Welsh and wife et al to
Josef Labeds, northeast corner For
ty.secnnd and I streets, 60x121..... 200
Ellisbeth Maloney to Maurice C.
McWIIIIams, Eighteenth street. 250
feet south of Pag street, cat aide,
Christina E. Stacker and husband to
Paul W, Kuhns, northweat corner
Thirty-sixth street and Bedford av.
' nue, 368x480 1
Lars F. Nelson to Alice F. Nelson,
Cas street, 127 feet east of Thirty
sixth street, north side. 60x160 1
Leona M. Miller and husband to Anna ;
- Chsloupka, Walnut street, ((.7 feet 1
east of Thirty-fifth etreef. north ;
side, 50x181 2
Charles .N. Weir and wife to Grace ;
. Truliinger, Harold avenue, 100 feet
north of McKlnley street, east aide,
Herbert C. Freeman, referee, to Tt. C.
Teter, northeast corner Forty-
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Wheat Buns Strong, but Not
Much Demand; Corn
Makes Most Notable
Omaha, July IT. 1(17.
Th wheat market was very strong today,
with extremely light arrivals, but th de
mand wa vary Indifferent and only a few
scattered sale vt hard winter were re
The corn market was also strong, with
prices quoted from a half to 4to higher,
but the demand for this cereal was excel,
lent, and although arrivals wer moder
ately heavy th trader got together very
readily and almost all of the sample were
picked up befor noon.
Th advance In today' cor market was
particularly noticeable in whit com, this
variety being quoted at a wide premium over
the yellow and mlxstl and selling at new
Th better grade of whit old within
$Ho of th $3.00 mark, No. I whit corn
selling up to (1.(801.(6, while th No.
I whit brought $t.9.
Yellow corn sold gensrslly t 81.69 (T
1.(0 and the better (ample of mixed ranged
from (l.((H If 1.90, one car of high colored
mixed corn selling, however, at (1.(4.
Th trad In oat was rather quiet, with
light offerings and prices quoted from a
fourth to a half cent higher.
Ry ami barley were dull, with no ar
rivals, and these market wsr quoted un.
Clearances were: Wheat and flour equal
to 401,000 pUahels.
Primary wheat receipts wer 3(6.009
bushel and hipmnts 338,000 bushsls,
against receipts of 1.1 1 (,009 bushels and
shipments of 750,000 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 701,000
bushel and shlpmsnts 4JO00 bushels,
against receipts of 811,000 bushels and
shipment of (44,400 bushel Isst year.
Primary osts receipts were 610,000
bushel and shipments 474,000 bushel,
against receipts of 622,000 bushels and
shipments of 337,000 bushel last year,
Kansas City ,
These sales wer reported today;
Wheat No. 1 hard winter: 1 car. $3.49;
No. 3 hard winter, 1 car, $3.60: 2-$ car,
$2.48: sample hard winter, I car f yellow),
$3 36; 1-$ car, (1.(0; No. 3 mixed, 1 car
Corn No. $ white: I car, $I.96V,; 4 cars,
$1.96; No. $ whits, 1 car, $1.96; sample
white, 1 oar, $1.93: No. 3 yellow: 4 $( ears,
(1.90; 1 car, (1.(9. No, 3 mixed: 4 cars,
$1.89 ; 4 car. 61 83. No. i mixed: 1 car
(near white), (1.(4; 1 car, (1.90; 4 cars,
(1.69: car, $1.S4. No. 4 mixed: 1 car,
$1.81 H. No. i mlxad: 1 car, $1.90. Sample
mixed! 3 oars, $1.85.
Osts Standard! 1 car, 71V: 1 cltr- 78VaC
No. ( white: 4 cars, 73Ho: 2-6 car, (ship.
?sr'a weights), 78c. Sample whit: 1 car,
2c; VI car. UVic.
Omaha Cash price Wheat: No. 2 hard,
$3.J4J 3,60; No, ( hard, $2,400)8.45. Corn:
No. 3 white, $1.(61.96H; No. ( white,
81.85'jft 1.96; No. 4 white, $1.96 IS 1.96 H ;
No. 6 white, $1.94Htfl.(5; No. white, $1.94
1.95: No. 3 yellow, $1.6901.(0: No, 3 yol
low, $l. 19(91. ($H: No. 4 yellow. (l.Simsj)
1.89; No. yellow, (1.68 01.88 1 ; No. 6 ye.
low, 31.I7V8CH.88; No. 3 mixed, (1.81.9U;
No, ( mixed. $l.88H4r1.90; No. 4 mixed,
$1.6Stj1.90; No. 5 mixed, $I.(7H fj1.80:, No.
II mixed, $1.(791.90. data: No. t white,
73H73Sc: standard, 73U$73Vtct No. 3
while, 73(6r-7$so; No. 4 white, 7$Ht
Barley! Malting, $1.301.46; No. 1 feed,
$1.3501.86. Ryet No. 3, $2.273.23; No, 3,
Local rang or option
"Art. open. High. Low.f" Close. Yes.
WhL " j " I
July, it 111 106 1 18 301
Hep. 1 15 1 95 195 1 96 191
Sep. 16 1 SO 1(0 1 (0 11 69) Si
Dee. I 09 U 1 9 1(9 VI I 03 Vi 107 VI
Sep. 64 64H t(Vi H'i 64H
Deo. 56 68 I 64 M (6H
Chicago closing price, furnished The Bee
by Logan A Bryan.' atook and grain brokers.
316 South Sixteenth street. Omah!
Art. Open, High! Low.) Close, ( Yes.
July 1 04 1 0T 240 I OT 206 1
Sept 1 96 1 (6 192 1 11 190
Corn. , .
Sept 1 69V 1 (0 IM'4 1 40 !((
Dee. 1 11 1 134$ J0tfc 1 H'4 108 VI
May I 10 1 lilt 1011, 1 U10(
July 68 U IV 6748 ' (4 (1 '
Sept 66 VI 65 V 63 Vi, 64 (4
Dee. 67 Vi 6714 t 89
July 40 69 40-50 40 60 40 10 41) (0
Sapt 1$ 90 $9 90 99 T6 19 (0 38 90
July 10 75 20 71 30 (0 ! 66 2A (0
Sept 31 07 21 07 20 (7 SO (0 11 07
July 21 6$ 21 66 !M: CI 41 It 60
Sept 11 67 31 67 31 (2 2! 61 21 (
St. Joseph Llv Stock Market.
St. Joseph, July IT. Cattle Receipts,
9,900 hesd; market lower: steers, $8,000)
13.36: cows and heifers, $3.75 12.25 1 calve.
Hogs Receipts, (.600 lltad: market low.
er; top, $16.65; bulk of sales, (14.HX315.4H.
Sheen and Limb Receipts, j.300 heed:
market lower; lamb, $11. 2o 15.1(; ewes.
Sioux City Liv stork Market.
Sioux City, July 17. Cattle Receipt, 1,.
200 head: market atrong; beef steers, $8.60
13.(0; fat cows and heifers, $7.00011.00:
canner. $6.60(S7.00; (tockers and feeders,
$7.0009,00;. calves, ((. 00013. (Oj bulls,
offering cleared In good season at prices
thst were fully steady to, if anything, a
llttl higher. Ew price were the highest
In some time on piper, but thl wa mainly
due to the greater desirability of the of
fering. A couple of bunches old up to
(9.oo nn aeveral (ale wer mad around
$1.r,o8.75. Yearling and aged weifcer In
killer fleih were lacking.
Quotations on sheep and UrnbaVi limb.
good to choice, $16.16016.40! lamta, fair
to good, $14.7(015.25; lamb, culls. (19,00(9
14.16; lamb, feeders, $14, 2515. 36; year
ling, fed westerns, $10.76911.60; yearling,
rang, $10,00 10.76; withers, fair to choice,
8l.uocrio.Z6; awes, fair to choice, $8,009
8.76; ewes, cult and feeders, $6. 0008.50.
We Recommend and Offer
M. E. Smith & Company
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS
FIRST PREFERRED STOCK
Tax Exempt in Nebraska
150,000 Yearly, 1921 to 1938 . :
To Net 7 Interest From Date
Amounts $100 or More
Burns, Brinker & Company
Special information and
circular on request.
stags, etc, $8.00 10.00; feeding cow and
heifers, $6.00 ft' 8.00.
Hogs Receipts. 7,000 head; market 6
10c lower; light, $14.3514(0: mixed,
$14 60015.20; heavy, $14.trK 3(: pigs,
(12.26&13.0; bulk of eales. $14.60814.90.
Wheep and Lambs Receipt. 1,009 bead ;
market 15920c tower.
St. Louis Llv Stock Market.
St. Louis. July 17. Cattle Receipts, T.G00
head; market stesdy; native beef steers,
(7.6018.75; yearling steers and helfere,
$8. 604 11.50; cows. (6.0$10.50; etockera
and feeders, IS. 00 tr 6. 60: prime southern beef
steers, $8.00$12.26i beef cew and heifers.
(4.35(i 9.00; prime yearlings, steers and heif
ers, (7.60ft 10.00: native calves, 64.000 M. 60.
Hogs Receipts, 9,400 head; market (e ta
lOe lower; lighta, (13.V0QU.50: plga. (IS.Sj
J 15.00; mixed and butcher. (15.009K.10,
good heavy, $15.70015.75; bulk of aales.
$16.00015.64. i .
Sheep and Lambs Receipt, 6,400 head;
market ateady; lambs, (I4.00d-15.00: ewes,
$t.00'(.00; canuera. Il.00g6,00; choppers,
Kansas City Live Mock Market.
Kansas City. July 17. Cattle Receipts.
17,000 head; market higher: prime fed eteers
$11 S0$13. 89; dressed beef steers. l.60?
13.25; western steers. 84 00(41236; cows,
((.00(16.50; heifers. (7.50S13.60: stock er
and feeder. I. 60010.60; bulls. $4. 60$$. 60:
calves. $7.00 013.(0.
Hogs Receipt. 13,000 head: market
lower; bulk of salea, $14.76016.60; heavy,
$l(.(0O15.0; packer and butchers, $15.00(1'
15.60; light, S14.7543 1a.S0; pigs. $11.$30
Sheep and La mbs Receipts. ;,600 head;
market steady; lambs, $14.508 16.16: year
lings, 810.00 1 1-60; wethers. ((.50 0 10.00;
awes, $8,360 $.25.
Chicago Lira Stock Market.
Chicago. July 17. Cattle Rclpt. 1,000
head: market steady; native beef, $8.3(
14.00; western steers, $8.460 tl.10; dockers
and feeder, $4.30O'(.85; cow and heifer.
$5.80011 .80; calves. $9. 60014.33.
Hogs Reoslpis, 16.000 head; market weak,
16o to 26o below yesterday' average; bulk
Of sale. (14.50015.60; light, (14.40OK-45;
mixed, (14.30frl6.(Oi heavy. (14. lie 16.60;
rough. $14.16014.$6; pigs. $11.(0014.49.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 3,000 head;
market strong: wethers. $7.76011.00;. wes,
$;.00OI 25; lambs, 89.60OU.60.
' Minneapolis Grain Market.
Minneapolis, July 17. Whsat July.
(J.46H: September, $1.(5. Cash: No. 1
hard. (2.75; No. 1 northern, 13.600-"' i I0-
3 northern, $3.6001.40.
Corn No. 1 yellow, $1.(901 .11,
Oat No. 1 white, 744 07(4e.
Flaxseed IS.OlVt 07H.
Flour Market unchanged.
Ry 13.38) 3.36.
St, Iul drain Market.
St. Loula, Mo July 17 Wheat: No. 1
red, $3.96; No. 1 hard, $2.3:05-5; Jul'
$8.00; September. $1.8.
Corn No. 2. $t.930 1.93VI ! No. I whit.
$1. 97 1.(8; September, (l.iSHl cembr,
Oats No. !. TSHf'i No. 1 whit, nom
inal. ' .
New York, July 17. Sugar Raw. firm:
centrifugal, 8 (3n: mnlasse. 84c; refined
tedy; fin granulated, 7. 80 9 (.00c. Sugar
future opened firmer and at noon wr
4 to S point higher on covering and buying
by trad Interests.
Closed steady ami $ to T point hlghr:
sale J 4.600 tons: September, 6.63c: Decem
ber, S.3So; January. 1.06c; March, 4.(9o.
Evaporated Apple and Dried Trait.
New York, July 17. Evaporated Appl
Quiet; fancy. llOllHc; choice, UU)i
Dried Fruits Prunes, easy; Californlas,
10013'ict Oregons, 10HQ12O. Apricot,
dull; fancy, 220 96c. Peach, steady; tand
ard, 10Uc; choice, lOlie; fancy, lla, Ral
Ins, quiet; loose muscatels, 7 V,e; cholc to
fancy eeded, TV49Vto; Medlesa. (VilOUo;
Loudon layers, $1.60.
Turpentine and Rosin.
SavnnnRh, July 17. Turpentine Firm,
:oOS7c: sales. 851 bbli.S receipt, (29
bbls. : shipment, 75 hbls. : stock, 26,631 bbl. .
Roln Firm; ale, 1.S69 bbl.; receiptt
1,368 bbls.) shipments, 737 bbls. ; stock,
76,368 bbls. Quotations! A, S, C. D, S, $(.00
(fl 6.06; F. (6.0696.10; O, ((.lOfLKt H,
(5.16; t, $5.150(.3O; K. $5.2095.26; M, $( 60
(.80; N. $6, t0J 0.60; Wa, IS.St4TS.S0;
A SocurotJ Ssfo Constrvstlvo
8 net income yield
Income 3 times dividend require
ments, and derived from public
utilities and oil Isnds of which
less than 1 sere in every 300
seres has been developed. Tre
' ' mendous promise of enormously '
. increased esrnings in the immedi
ate future. Officers end directors
sre young, aggressive, responsible
and honest We advise purchase
at $15.00 per share of stock in
Mid Continent Consolidated
Oil & Utilities Corporation
Send for our fre leaflet C-4
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