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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1917.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
FIVE-ROOM, (team betted apartment, The
Chula Vista, (Otfc an Poppleton, $46. Coo
rad Young, $33 Brandeia Theater. Doug-
FOR RENT. FLATS.
Colored tenants wanted tor I and t
room flats; $13.60 and IIS; South Bide,
Somber. Tyler 78(.
PETERS TRUST COMPANY.
RENTAL HEADQUARTERS FOR OMAHA.
FOR RENT Buine Prop'ty
fOR RENT Building, suitable for whole,
sal or storage purposes, 3 floors and ce.
nent basement floors 15x120 ft Good
levator and convenient arrangement for
loading; might consider renting one or
more floors separata; building well lo
cated and available August 1. Nebraska
A Iowa Mercantile Co.. 1315 Howard St.
Tel. P. 1068.
NEW, modern stores on Leavenworth, be
tween 24th and 15th fits. Low rent
Garage building, 13$ N. 40th 8t Single,
. IK.O0: double. 110.00.
JOHN W. ROBBINS, 1802 FARNAMST.
TUfctifTl ATtT.m Btnra num. modem front.
metal celling, steam heat, 624-636 So.
34th, St; size 32x00: can be subdivided;
low rent Conrad Toung. 332 Brandels
Theater Bldg. Douglao 1671.
LOW-PRICED modern offices. Far nam
Bldg., 13th and Farnam, (Old 1st Nat
FIRST TRUST CU ITier dvv.
WORLD REALTY CO.,
Sun Theater Building.
-SMALL modern store room, steam heat
161$ Capitol Ave. Coprad Toung, 222
Brandeia Tt.eater. pougiae inn.
OpBAN store. lth St.. near postoHica. $7&.
Office and Desk Room.
CHOICE office apace, Balrd Bldg., 17th and
Douglas. Mcuagu. inv. to.
Garages and Barns.
SMALL garage centrally located. 125.
E. H. BENNER CO.. D. 8406.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Apartments and Flats.
WB want more houses and apartments to
rent The fact that we have practically
cleaned out our big list Is conclusive proof
of the efficiency of our rental service. If
vou want to keep your places rented see
Payne Slater Co.. "Omaha's Rental
Men." 010 Om. Nat Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1016-
MOVING AND STORAGE
GORDON VAN CO"
. FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE.
Packing, storage and moving.
: 319 N. 11th St Phone Doug
' las 894,
FIDELITY service JWEE
Phone Douglas 388 for complete
list of vacant houses and apart
ments. Also for storage, moving.
16tti ana jacKson bis,
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Expert service; prompt attention. Your
moving, your packing, your storage.
Main Office, Central Furniture Store.
17th and Howard. Tel, D. lit.
' Separate locked rooms for houeehold
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO .
161 S. 16th St Douglas 4168.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service la moving, packing and
storing, call Tyler S30 or Douglas 4338.
V r J Van and two men,
Maggara $1.25 per hour.
van anu oiuioso v... .....,
', Storage and Shipping. Phone Doug. 1490
fi t5L",L",r Express. Co., Moving
. yi tXUULJ Packing and Storage.
HOT Farnam St. Web. 2748, Pout. 14
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
THE HEIRS HAVE
DECIDED TO SELL
For cash or good security one of the finest
s Improved. 481-s.cre stock farms lr. i Lewis
Township, Pottawattamie county, Iowa. 8
milor southeast of Council Bluffs. New 11
room house, modern: barn for 20 head of
horses and 50 tons of hay; electric lighted-,
granary, haysbed, garage, hog houses,
good chicken house, feed lot and sell
feeder. Plenty of good water and ruhning
wator in pastures. .. . . ..
Also 300 acres first class high bottom
land located near Island Park la., six
miles south of Council Bluffs; good five
room house and other good Imp'ovemente.
All under, cultivation. Will divide thl . If
d"oned' 3-story brick building 160 West
One 2-story brick building 60 S. Main.
One 2-story brick building EU S. Main.
Nine-room house, 030 4th Ave; all mod
ern; Urge corner lot; nice 4-room house,
S0 South th St. .',..
Address Lock Box 393, Council Bluffs, la.
FOR SALE: Land in W.. Calcaaion Parish,
La. Timber, marsh and high land. Ad
dress M. C. Roderick, Himount, Lake
Farm 3 Miles t West of
Omaha, 14 Mile From
' Dodge Paved Road.
40 acres, with S-story 7-room house;
barn for horses and 16 cows with' 20
ton hay mow ; corn crib and granary,
34x33 ft.; hog house, chicken house, cave,
S wells and cistern. 10 acres extra fine
blue grass pasture; 6 acres alfalfa, 3
ores fruit, balance garden and farm land.
Extra fine soli.. Price $26,000, terms
$10,000 cash, .balance at 6 per cent.
Owner must change climate. Will sell
' crop, and. live stock and "give Jmmedlate
possession, if desired.
J. H. DUMONT & CO.
416-18 Keellne Bldg. Phone Douglas 690.
718-ACRK ranch, Holt County, fair improve
ment, $30; 1,440 cares, Thomas County,
$13.50; 660 acres, Cherry .County, Improved,
$30; 1,000 acres, Burt County, Improved,
exchange for ranch or city property up to
$35,000. Price, $SB,000. If you want a
farm or ranch see
$4$ Bee Bldg. Douglas 3477.
A 330-acre farm in Pierce county. Neb.,
at a bargain; 160 acres In cultivation;
- fair buildings. For particulars write to
Box 316. Holsteln, la. - ?
SO ACRES Irrigated, fine, level, black land,
near Bridgeport, Neb., very cheap, terms;
crop goes with land.
B. 8. A R. E. MONTGOMERY.
827 City National Bank BMg.
SMALL Nebraska farma on easy payments
i acres up. We farm tha farm we sell
you. The Hungerford Potato Growers'
association, 15th and Howard St.. Omaha.
FOR SALE One quarter section land, well
Improved, 7 miles south of Lodgepole,
Neb. Write or call the owtoer, C J. Schad.
FOR SALE Beet large body hlgl. grade,
medium priced land In Nebraska; very
Jttle mono, required. C Bradley, Wol-
North Dakota Lands.
ALFALFA LANDS BARGAINS.
130 acres nice level alfalfa land In Sar
gent county, N. D. Price $25.00 per acre.
' . 160 acres splendid grazing land ( miles
from DeLamere, N. D. Price $15.00 per
160 acres nice level land six miles from
Steele, N. D. Price $18.76 per acre.
Several finely Improved quarter and half
section farms; heavy soil, with clay sub
soil; good buildings; artesian wells and
. good fences; at around $55.00 per acre.
Write at once for map and full par
ticulars. H. J. JOHNSON LAND CATTLE CO.,
Oakes, N. D.
350-Acre Farm, $11,500
Crops, Horses, 26 Cows
and heifers, 3 bulls, calves, mule, poultry,
tools, machinery, two enge, etc., etc.,
thrown In by owner if taken soon, as be
is called to another state. A good part of
the 150 acrs of rich tillage Is In smooth
fertile river bottom; 60-cow, wire-fenced
spring-watered pasture and a valuable
woodland; fine 3-story, 10-room house,
telephone, mail delivered; a few steps to
school: only two miles to depot village
. and high school: 15-ft. stock barn, silo
and hay barn. Icehouse and large con-
. erete inllkhouse; $11,600 takes all; easy
terms to the right man; for traveling In
structions to see this money-making prop
rty see page' 13 of our Summer Cata-
'oue. Just out Write today for your free
cony. E. A. Strout Farm Agency, Dept.
J973. 205 S. Uth St. Omaha, Neb.
FARM AD RANCH LANDS
C to t tons per acre yearly.
JORDAN VALLEY PROJECT
HARLEY J. HOOKER
140 First Nat Bank Bldg.
GOOD corn land, east Texas, $25 an acre.
Get my free book.
W. S. FRANK. 301 Neville Block. Omaha.
Real Estate. Loans and Mortgages.
CITY AND FARM LOANS
5. 6'i and t per cent Also first mort
gages on farms and Omaha real estate for
sale. J. H. Duraont'A Co.. 410-41$ Keellne
Bldg., 17th and Harney.
FARM and city loans, running from five
to twenty years. Interest 6 per cent, 6
per cent and C per cent, PETERS TRUST
CO., 1622 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
$100 TO $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Wead, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sts.
CITY and farm loan pormptly made. Rates
t, 6 and per cent Reasonable com
mission. UNITED STATES TRUST CO..
213 South 17th. Omaha, Neb.
$1,000 MTGE., bearing S pet, semi-annually;
secured by property valued at $4,000.
Talmadge-Loomis Inv. Co., W. O. W. Bldg.
MONET to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. We also buy good farm mort
' gages. Kloke Inv Co., Omaha.
Money on hand for mortgage loan.
City National Bank Bldg.
SIX per cent first mortgages secured by
. Omaha real estate. E. H. Lougee, Inc.,
638 Keellne Bldg.
SHOPEN A CO., PRIVATE MONEY.
FARM and city loans, 6, 5 and 6 per cent
W. H. Thomas, Keellne Bldg. Doug. 1648.
LOW RATES-MS. O. CARLBERO, 318 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 686.
OMAHA HOMES, EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE R. E. CO., 1016 Omaha Nat.
NO DELAF l. CLOSING LOANS.
W. T. GRAHAM, 604 Bee Bldg.
MONET HARRISON & MORTON.
916 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Stocks and Bonds.
LISTED and unlisted stocks. Investment
securities, industrial stocks.
ROBERT C. DRUESEDO & CO.,
860 Omaha National Bank BMg.
Abstracts of Title.
LTn, Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
IVcIX 805 S. 17th St, ground floor.
Bonded by Mais. Bonding and In. Co.
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
represent prompt pay Insurance companies.
610 Brandeia Bldg.. Omaha, Neb.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4 and 6-room cottage to sell on
small payment down, balance monthly.
ALLEN & BARRETT, 61$ Be Bldg. Doug.
LISTING houses to rent or sell on small cash
payments; bav parties waiting. Western
Real Estate. 413 Karbach Blk. D. 3607.
LIST you 6 and 6-room bouses with Ed
ward F. William Co., 801-803 Omaha
Nat. Bank Bldg. D. 430.
LIST your 6 and 6-room houses with us.
WE SELL THEM. OSBORNE REALTY
Co., Tyler 496.
WANT to Buy 40 acres of farm and pasture
land. Box 168, Independence, Kan.
ARNDT & TAYLOR can assist you. 182$
Laird St. Webste- 2039. . ! ,
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, on Lafay
ette Ave Blvd., near 38th; garage.
Non-resident owner has cut the price
to $6,000 for quick sale. The house alone
coat better than $6,000 and the. lot Is
worth $2,000. Investigate at once.
GLOVER & SPAIN
Douglas 3963. 919-20 City Nat
YOUR search for a home will be over when
you see 2911 N. 45th St. A mere word de
scription cannot do it Justice. It Is just
finished and ready to move Into. One of
the big surprise is our price ($3,660):
Key next door, or our auto , is always at
your ervio:' . ... t
RASP BROS., THE REALTORS,".
210-12-14 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 721.
la West Farnam .district, room,
trlotly modern; hot water heat; lot 48x
111; fruit trees and shrubbery. - Owner
leaving city and offer this tor quick sale
at $4,300. Terms. ''
Phone Owner, Harney" 6734.
NEAR VARNAM. on' 34th St., -r. strictly
modern home, oak finish; hot water heat
lavatory on first floor; splendid location;
$7,000. F. D. WEAD, $10 S. 18th 8t
112 SO. 36TH ST. 8-r. and sleeping porch,
fine condition, great bargain If sold quick
ly. Owner leave city. Reas. terms. H. 3266.
Located high an! sightly, 33d, near De
catur street. We sold seven In this loca
tion last season. Has five room, closets
and bath, full basement, large, roomy
porch. All decorated with high grade
paper, tile In kitchen and bath. Shade
and electrlo fixture. Oak finish in liv
ing and dlhlng room, pedestal opening
with bookcases. " Price $2,925. Substantlsl
first payment, balance monthly Ilk rent
Call for appointment.
Phone D. 688$. $19 First Nat. Bank.
NEW BUNGALOWS ..
27th and Grand Ave.
Have Just completed S new and at
tractive bungalows at $7th and Grand
Ave. Strictly modern, oak finish, en
ameled bath rooms, nicely decorated,
beautiful fixtures, best of plumbing;
kitchen with bullt-ln features, refrigera
tor room, etc. Have Just sold 2 of these
bungalows to satisfied clients and have 3
left Prices: $3,450 to $3,750; one-tenth
cash, balance Ilk rent This I your op
portunity to secure a new and up-to-the-minute
bungalow on exceptionally easy
245-7-1 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. TyW
Located on a choice corner, south and
east front Has long living room with
French doors, leading Into sun room,
book cases and colonnade. Larg dining
room, with buffet butler' pantry to
kitchen Three extra large bedrooms,
exceptionally complete bath room. Full
basement, with plenty of windows, laun
dry tubs, etc. The woodwork Is all the
finest selected oak, waxed finish. The
house was built by day labor throughout
Just one year old. The owner is asking
$6,000, which Is at least $1,000 less than
It could be duplicated. For appointment
' OSBORNE REALTY CO..
701-3 Om. Nafl. Bank Bldg. Tyler 49f,.
YOU CAN BUY
A $4,500 HOUSE
Six-room semi-bungalow, nearly new,
all beautiful Oak finish, French doors to
sunroom, bookcases, all the bullt-ln fea
ture In kitchen, white enamel finish In
bedrooms. Full cemented basement. Lot
60x130. This Is a dandy. When can you
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 496.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Seven-room house, all modern, full sited
lot on corner, streets paved. This prop
erty is on Burdette. easy walk to 30th
or 34th car. Wtll give some on a bar
gain. Owner left city.
30$ Farnam Bldg.
THIS REAL ATTRACTIVE
$100 Down $17 Monthly
Bungalow, brand new. Lot lays well.
Living room; with bullt-ln Murphy bed.
Bedroom, kitchen and pantry. Fin
porch. Flower boxes. Electric lights.
Large basement; good well. Located near
40th and Blnney St. Call Tyler 60 and
ask for Mr. Clark.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN (Realtors)
1614 Harney St.
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE
FOR ONLY $3,650
To buy a full two-story, six-room, hot
water heated home, strictly modern, 60x
130-foot lot beautiful maple shade, west
of Kountie park, about two blocks to the
34th street car service. Immediate pos
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701-1 Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg. Tyler 496.
WAVERLY PARK ADD.
6 rooms, all on one floor; stairway to
floored attic; 3 bedrooms; oak finish in
living rooms: nicely decorated; full ce
ment basement; east front lot 40x125; Just
one block west of Fontenelle Blvd., south
of Bedford Ave. Price $3,800. $300 down,
C. G. CARLBERG.
310-313 Bramteis Theater Bldg.
Six-room house, modern. In splendid
condition; garage and paved streets. Price
$3,600; $500 down take it.
BIG 4 REALTY CO.,
Doug. $486. 1015-16 W. O. W. Bldg.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Two 8-room flat In four apartments,
all permanently rented, on paved itreet
In good repair.
At 6435 and 6427 8. 31st St., South Sid.
Will be aold to th highest bidder on the
premises, Wednesday, July 26, atf 11 a. m.
If you want to buy good income prop,
rty at your own price come to thl sale.
For further information call,
V JAMES L. DOWD, Auctioneer.
Red 8285 or Harney 4673.
W. H. GRIFFITH, Owner.
ONE 6-room and one 4-room cottage, both
on one lot; fin condition; live In one and
rent the other. Price for both, $2,730.
Very easy terms. No. 2433 South 20tb St.
NORMS & NORRIS,
400 Be Building. Phone Douglas 4170.
Stucco construction, 5 large light room.
Oak floors, oak and enamel finish. Price
$3,800. Easy terms. Another new build
ing for $3,660. Call Douglas 1723 day,
Walnut 16S0 evenings.
Do You Want
a New Home?
' If so, I can sell you a lot In a grow
ing district, where, property. 1 tnqreas-
lng In .value and- all new homes, . The
sewer', water, gas and walks are all In
and paid In full, located pear a good
car line and school. You can select the
lot that suits you on
and I will build a house to .suit you, I
hava a lumber yard and mill and let
large plumbing and heating contracts,
thus I can save you money and' give
you Just what you want,
ON VERY EASY TERMS.
CALL WALNUT 789.
HOME BUYERS, I READ THIS:
High-class home will be sold right.
Acre of ground facing on
Beautiful park; handy to 3 car line.
Has quarter-sawed oak downstairs.
Second floor. Urge 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
829 Omaha Nat Bank.
Phone Red 653. Evenings, Walnut 1103,
$100 DOWN. $25 A MONTH.
Just lilted, a 6-room house, strictly
modern except heat. Oak floor through
out Paved street, paving (aid. Priced- at
$1,900; a genuine bargain.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.
637 Omnha Nat Bk. Bldg.
4-ROO.M Handle on $300 cash, balance pay
Suite 248 Bee Bldg. Dougla 8477.
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
Real Estate and Insurance,
1820 Farnam St. D. 1064.
A TRACT of ground laying ideal forpouItry
raising; 250-ft frontage: price $810; $50
cash, 813.50 monthly. Call D. 3596.
J. B. ROBINSON, Real Estate and Insur
ance, 443 Bee Bldg., Douglas 8097.
R. S. TRUMBULL, . .
130$ 1st Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1714,
Templeton-Olson Co., Bee Bldg. Tyler 3020.
Qeneml real estate, Insurance. Rentals.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Prpty
H. A. WOLF. Realtor. Ware Blk. Specialist
In downtown business property.
REAL ESTATE Investment
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUKEY ft SON.
620 First National Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
QUARTER section Minnesota land, 4 miles
northwest of Windom; 120 acres in erops,
fenced snd cross-fenced; good, black
sandy loam, about 20 miles from Iowa
line. Farm Is rented, 2-6 delivered. Price
$126 per acre. Want improved 80 acre.
Must be within 60 mile of Omaha, or
good Income Omaha property.
LUND. 420 ROSE BLDO. TYLER T68.
7-ROOM house and cash for farm.
6 six-room house for farm or ranch.
640 Cherry county improved for house or
GATE CITY LAND CO..
t. 9350. 332 Paxton Blk.
WILL exchange equity of $15,000 in quarter
section near Fullerton, Neb., and equity
of $13,000 on quarter section near Blue
Springs. Neb., for clear city property or
mortgages. Address Box 6707, Bee.
WILL sacrifice 4 lots cities of Calgary and
Medicine Hat. Alberta, Canada; total as
sessment $1,000.00; for lots Omaha or eq
uity in bungalow Omaha. Phone Mrs.
MilnK, Douglas 1284.
CLEAR flat renting $97 mo.; exch. acreage;
$10,000: fine condition.
INTERSTATE REALTY CO..
' $21-80 City National. --
Douglas 8862. 1
4-ftOOM modern, exchange equity for car or
. diamond; - - . . .......
Suite 248 Bee Bldg. Dougla 8177.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
South Dakota, for cash or clear land. S.
J. Olmem. Minneapolis. Minn.
4-KOOM house, equity $300. Exchange tor
automobile or lot.
Suite 348 Bee Bldg. Douglas 347.
SEVEN-ROOM residence on N. 37th St. for
on In Council Bluffs. Mrs. B.. 719 Mill
St., Council Bluffs. la.
160 ACRES, well Improved, every acre good
land. N. E. Neb., will rak some trad.
O. A. Kull. Oakland. Neb.
$50 AN acre buy ISO-acre farm 16 miles
from Omaha. Inquire 413 Rarog Blk. TeL
Doug. 4311. Residence phone Doug. 1775.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AFTER looking at MINXB LI'S A 300 dif
ferent buyers decided that it wa th best
proposition on the market and they
backed their Judgment by buying lots.
IF YOU will come cut today you will
understand why the other are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
748 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
BEAUTIFUL 60-foot lota. Price $320, only
11 cash and 50 cent per week. Doug. 3398.
CUMING Near 29th St.. 23 or 44 feet;
must be sold to close estate. Grlmmol,
849 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
The Last Five-Room
Bungalow on an Acre
to Be Purchased
for $250 Down and $26.50
In Benson Gardens
All in Crop.
Thl l attractive, brand new. on a fine
corner, and only one block from Free
Jitney and Macadam road. House Is ex
tra well lighted and ventilated. Cement
basement; electrlo lights; good well; 1.58
acres can ba bad adjoining; crops con
sist of beans, peas, beets, tomatoes, corn,
etc. Call Tyler 60 and ask for Mr. Mun
ville. HASTINGS & HEYDEN (Realtors)
1614 Harney St.
FOR SALE 6-room modern house and 1
lots In Benson; will sacrifice for quick
sale. Write F. A. Robinson, (1(V North
18th street, Fort Dodge, la- for terms.
.YOUR VACANT LOT
Why pay rent and hold that vacant
lot which you now own, if you cannot
afford to build, when you have an op
portunity to exchange your lot a$ a
down payment on a good two-story,
new 7-room modern house in Dundee,
ready for immediate possession, of
fered at a price much less than it
could be duplicated for today. Price,
$4,500; balance monthly, like rent.
This is an excellent opportunity to
get a bargain.. Let us know what you
have to offer. We will gladly' show
the property by appointment.
GEORGE & COMPANY,
Doug. 756. 902 City Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
Wall located lot on easy term. Mod.
ern, attractive heme. Before buying be
ure and aee
GEORGE & CO., i
HOMES and home sites in Dundee,
PHULER A CART. 304 Keellne. D. 6074.
H mile of South-Omaha Stock Tarda.
A bargain for quick sale.
Doug. 3493. H21 Paxton Block.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
TWELVE thoroughbred chickens for sale.
6014 Underwood Ave.
I AM BRINGING
; From S. and C.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Harry M. Christie to Robert S. Odell,
Blnney street, 10.44V feet east of
Thirtieth street, north ldc,
Robert S. Odell and Wife to H. Jose
phine Clement, Blnney street, 10.44
feet east of thirtieth street, north
side, 37x137.85 J
Mary A. Klebba to Louis Klebba,
C'harle street, seventy-five feet east
of Thirty-first street, north lde,
William R. Alexander to Winter Bylee,
Emmet street, seventy-four feet west
of Twentieth street, north side,
James Black and wife to Lulah Wal
ter 8tewart, Thirty-fourth street, 160
feet south of Kansas avenue, west
Henry A. Senn to E. H. H. Michael.
Worthington street, 166 feet east of
Tenth street, north side, 60x130
Abraham Mlnkln, et al, to Arthur
Theodore, Harney street, 130 feet
east of Forty-first Street, south side,
Mary Oerba Bernstein and husband to
Nathan Somberg, northwest corner
Twenty-third and Mason, 68x111....
George P. Beml to Mary E. Wood,
Dupont street, 220 feet west of
Twenty-ninth street, south side,
Omaha Lumber and Coal company to
Alphons M. Kuhl, southeast corner
Cottner and Main street, Benson,
Herman Abraham and wife to A. M.
Herald, et al. trustee, Twenty
fourth street, ninety -six feet south
of Burdette street, east side, 68x130.
Harvey J. Grove and wife to Harry
Knudsen, Orphanage street, Benson,
166 feet north of Main street, east
Elizabeth Emerlck to John N. Frenacr,
northeast corner Twenty-lgh.h and
California streets, 26x160 .
William Edward Martin to John N.
Frenser, Fourteenth street, - sixty
, feet south of Capitol avenue, east
Abrahsm Mlnkln, et al, to Arthur
Theodore, Harney street, furty-eight
feet east of Forty-fourth street,
north side, 48x132., ,.
LIVE SM MARKET
Limited Run of Cattle Contin
ues, With Result that De
mand and Prices Rule
Omaha, .July IS. 1917.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday 4,076 7.179 3,409
Official Tuesday 4.494 16,(!9 7.J46
Estimate Wednesday.. 1,800 14.730 5.800
Three days this week.. 10,924 $8.1:5 16,(14
6am daya last wk.. 11,71$ 34.97.1 35,041
Sam day 1 wks. ago. 1.149 11,(99 $,111
Bam days 1 wks. ago. 17,117 11.303 10.1X
8am days 4 wks. ago 11,1(9 38,314 9.(49
8eme day last year... 11,(76 10,15( 11.144
Receipt and disposition of live stock at
the Union stock yards, Omaha, Neb., for
twenty-four hour ending at $ o'clock p.
RECEIPTS -CARLOADS. .
Cattle. Hog. Sheep. H'r's
C. M. & St. P 1 17
Wabash 1 4
Missouri Paclfio .. $7 3
Union Paolflo .... 4 '.'l
CAN. W east ..6 27
C. A N. W., west ... 11 TO ... u
C. St. P. M. O... 18 it
C. B. & Q., east .... 10 4 s
C. B. & Q west .. !1 ao 3
C. R. I. A P., cast.. 10 18
C. R. I. A P., west.. 1
Illinois Central 4 ... .,.
Chi. Ot. West S 6
Total receipts ...115 $10 54 11
Morris & Co , S44
Swift & Co.
Cudahy Pack. Co.
Armour & Co. . . .
Schwarts & Co. . . .
J. W. Murphy ....
Lincoln Pack. Co. ,
8. O. Pack. Co
Armour. Denver . .
Swift, K. C
Ben. Van. & Lush .
Hill & Son
F. B. Lewis
J. B. Root & Co. ..
Wert. & Degen
Dennis A Francis .,
Jensen A Lungren
Cudahy, K. C
Morris. K. C
Totals 3,328 15,365 8,011
Cattle Another very limited run of cat
tl showed up today, about 1,800 head, and
th three days' supply ha been decidedly
mailer than for the first half of last week
or th corresponding Week last year. Nat
urally there ha been Considerable Improve
ment In th demand for cattle as well a
In price and it took buyer but a short
time to clean up the limited offerings
today. Prices were generally strong to 10c
higher than Tuesday and the three day'
advance has been 1525o higher for any
thing at all desirable in the way of beef
steers. Some prime 1, 380-pound beeves
brought $11.85 today, which Is a new high
mark for th reason and tha highest price
ever paid in Omaha for a full load of
Quotations on Cattle: Good to choice
beeves, $18.75018.86; fair to good beeves,
$13.0013.75; common to fair beeves, $10.00
CP 11.50; good to choice yearlings, $13.86
13.35; fair to good yearlings, $12. 00913.(0;
common to fair yearlings. $9.76011.60; good
to choice grass beeves, U0.7u (f 1 1.76 ; fair to
good grass beeves, $9.50610.60; common to
fair grass beeves, $8.369.35; good to choice
heifer,' $9.60010.50; good to oholca row,
$8.601.76; fair to good cow, $7.6068.$0
common to fair cows, $$.00ft7.6O; good t
choice feeder, $8.7609.(0: fair to good feed
ers, $7.76(y$.6t; common to fair feeder,
$6.767.60s good to choice stocker1, $8.00
9.00; stock heifers, $7.00 8.00; stock cow,
$(.50iS7.50: stock calve $(.60Q(.00 veal
calves, $9.00913.60; bulls, stags, etc, $(.60O
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr;
23 630 $7 80 7 830 $7 $0
11 768 8 10 5 724 8 (0
IT (17 1
SO 1076 11 $6
41 ...1000 13 40
18 11M 13 It
10 1..1094 11 76
11. ...... .1101 13 66
33. 13t 1$ 85
8TEER8 AND HEIFERS.
11. ...... .1070 1$ 30 19 70S II 40
I (60 11 $5 11 760 13 15
11 86$ 11 35
t 831 ( 00 9 703 ( $6
1 7 7 00 13 000 T $0
Ill 8 00 .3 (00 I t
2 780 9 (0
. $70 ;
3... 1446 10 16
1 170 ( 75 1 1120 7 $0
1 180 8 00 1 1360 10 49
1. 310 1 60 1........ 300 ( 76
1 880 11 $5 1 170 13 00
1 200 11 25 3........ 260 13 60
1 180 13 75 3 1(5 13 00
Hogs There wa almost heavy a sup
ply of hog here thl morning a on the
previous day, the run being estimated at
317 car, or 14,750 head. This makes the
offerings for th first half of the week
18,326 head, a compared with' 34,178 a week
ago, 18,(99 two weeks ago and 20, 1M a year
go. So far thl week supplies have been
the largest In quite a while.
. Buyers had things all their own way again
this morning and another big decline was
an assured faot from the very outset. Heavy
supplies both here and at Chicago weak
ened value all around th loop. Locally
most of th hog old from a dime to 30o
lower and the general market Was a big
16o lower, being, In fact, th lowest since
th latter part of March.
No. Av. 8h. Pr. No. Av. Sh.
e$s.267 ... $14 $0 10. .240 ...
Quotation en sheep and lamb: Lambs,
good to choice, $16.26 16.10; lambs, fair to
good, $14.7611.26; lambs, culls, $13.0014.
7(; lambs, feeders, $14.3(915.26; yearlings,
fed westerns, $10.76fl 11.G0; yearlings, range,
$10.00 10J6; rtarltngs, feeders, $10,600
11.76; wethers, fair to choice, $1.00QI10.36
ewes, fair to cholc, IS. 00(5)8. 76; culls and
No. Av. Pr.
10( National lamb 75 $15 40
870 Oregon feeding yealings. . .78 11 75
28 cull feeding yearling 78 9 60
Kansas City Live fttock Market.
Kansas Cltyi July 18. Cattle Receipts,
13,000; market stea'ly to 16c higher; prim
fed steers, (12.604 13. SO; dressed beef steers,
$10.00913,050; western steers, n.ooffl 12.H0;
rows, $6.0099.60; heifers, $7.60913.00;
Blockers snd feeders, $6.60i$lL60; bulls,
$6.609$. $0 calves, 7.00913.60.
Hogs Receipts. 8,(00; market lower; bulk
14.(0015.40; heavy, $16.20916.50; packers,
(14.(0015.46; lights, $14.30915.15; pls,
tiheep and Lambs Reeetpts, 1,600; market
higher; ' lambs, $14.9015 15.60; yearlings
(10.OO4H1.60; wethers, $8.60910.00; ewes,
loux Cltr live Ktock Market.
Slonx City, la., July 18 Cattle Receipts,
1,008 head: market 10916c higher; beet
steers. $$.60911.75; fat row and heifer,
$7.00911.60; cnnr. $6.6097.25; stocker
and fedr, $7,009( 25; calves, $8.00(13.60;
bulls, tga, etc., $7.00910.00; feeding cow
and heifer, $6.2598 00.
Hois Receipts, 11.000 head; market, 16c
lower; light, $14.60914.76; mixed, $14.f.9
16.10; heavy, $14.00916.26; pigs, $11769
13.00; bulk of sales $14.35914.76.
Sheep and Lambs: Receipts, 300 head;
' London Ktork and Bond.
London, July 18. There were occasional
sales of low-srlced American stocks on th
Sliver Bar, 40 a per ounce.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
James M. Kieer to Olga Kiser, Deca
tur street, 300 feet west of Twenty
ninth street,. south aide, (0x127... 1
Grace B. Putin an and husband to Lil
lian H. Austin, Burt street, 100 feet
east of Fifty-first street, south aide,
Norma D. Colfax and husband to Mary
E. Ellsworth, Redlck avenue. 133 feet
west ot Thirty-first street, south
side. 122x293 4.730
Eva Rogerson and husband to John
AV. Reel, Thirty-ninth street, 240 feet
north of Bedford avenue, east aide,
Richard R. Evans and wife to Paul
W, Kuhns, northeast corner Fifty- '
third avenue and Farnam street,
Richard R. Efans and wife to Paul .
W. Kuhns, Fifty-third avenue, 100
feet north of Farnam street, east
side, 135x240 1
Trade in Corn Excellent and
Priceg Soar to New Levels;
Wheat Trade Contin
Omaha, July 13, 1917.
The cs.ih wheat situation continued dull
and featureless, with extremely light arrl
vl, but th trade in corn was excel
lent and prices on this cereal . soared to
new high levels.
In th wheat market the local milling
demand which has been In evidence during
the last few days was entirely lacking and
up to noon there had not been enough
ale reported to give a definite Idea of
th chang In value, but some of th
trader were of th opinion that th mar
ket wa nominally from 5 9 To higher.
The position of th corn market wa In
marked contrast to that of wheat and,
although arrival ot this cereal were mod
erately heavy, the demand wa unusually
active and teller had no difficulty what
ever In getting rid ot their offering at
advanced prloea. Th eom market gen
erally was quoted from 4 97a hither, th
heavier advance being mad in whit corn,
with premium on thi variety ranging
from 697a over the yellow and mixed
All the sales of white corn ot th bat
ter quality were mad tt price ranging
from (3.0093.0$ per bushel, while the yel
low sold from $1.95 91. 97 and th mixed old
generally at $1.93H 9l.($H.
Th oat market followed th advene
In the other cereal and ruled from Hlo
higher, Th demand for oat waa fairly
active, but th trad was limited on ac
count of light arrival, the total receipt
of thl cereal being gonly thirteen car.
Rye and barley arrival were unimpar
tant and these markets wer quoted nomi
Primary wheat receipts were 40(,000 bush
els and shipments 181.000 bushels, sgalnst
receipt f 1,455,000 bushels and shipments
of 170,000 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were (83,000 bush
els and shipment 426,000 bushels, against
receipt of (((,000 bushels and shipment of
477,000 bushels last year.
Primary oat receipts wer 1 64.000 bush
els and shipments $15,000 bushels, against
receipt ot (10,000 bushel and shipments
Wheat. Corn. Qat.
Chicago 10 113 146
Omaha 3 (1 13
Kanaaa City 108 14 1
St. Louis 71 (5 33
The sale were reported todayi
Wheat No, $ hard winter: car (ship
per' weights), $3.48.
Rye Sample: 1-5 car (shipper's weights),
Com No. 1 white: 1 cr. $2.02. No. 1
white: (( can, ($.01; 1 $-5 car. $3.00. No. 1
yellow: 1 cars, $1.(7; 1 cars, $!.((; 11-5 car
$1.96. No. $ yellow! 1 car, $1.9(. No. 3 mixed
(near white), (1.17; 1 car, $1.94: 7 Cars,
$1.93Vj; $ cars, 1.911 8 3-6 cars, $1.93; 3-3
car, $1.(3. No. $ mixed: 3-( car, (near
white), $1.00; 1 car, near yellow), $1.(6; 3
car, $l.(3Hi $ cars, $1.(3. No. 4 mixed; 1
car (near yellow), $1.94; 1 cars, 1.93H! $
ears$. $1.9SU. No, ( mlxd: 1 1 car, $1.92 Vi.
Sampl mixed: 1 car (shipper's wtlghts),
$1.93; 1 car, $1.11; 1 car (hot), $1.8(.
Oats Standard: 1 car, 74 He No, $ whit
1 car, 74H; 4 car, 74o. No, 4 white; 1 car,
71 He. Sample white: 1 car,' 74M! 1 oar
(shipper weight), 7Jic; 1-$ ear, 7$t4o; 2-i
Omaha Cash Price Wheat: No, $ hard,
$3.6062.87: No. 1 hard. $8.4793.(1 Corn:
No. I whit, (3.0093.02; No. 1. white, $3.00
93.01: No. 4 whit, (1.993.00; no. ( wnite,
$l.891.9l: No. ( white, $1.(791. $$l N6, 1
yellow, $1.(697,(7;' No, $ yellow, $t.(5
1.96; No. 4 yellow, $1.I61.15H; No. 6 yel
low, $l.94H 91.96; ''No. ( yellow, $1.(40
1.94V4; No. 1 mixed, $1.(39114: No. I
mixed. $1.9891.!!: No. i mixed, $1.929
1.9S No. 1 mixed, $1.9! 91 93; No. $
mixed, $1.9ll.3. Oalet No. t white
744 975c: standard, 74974e; No. $
white, T49?4c; No, I whit, 73H973440.
Barley; Mailing, $1.1(1.43; No. 1 feed,
$1.3691 30. Rye; No. , $3.3691 31.' No. 1,
$3.1391.35. . .
Local rang Of options:
Art. Open. High. Low. Close. Tes.
Wht. 1 . I "
July , I 11 I 13 321' I 11 211
Sep. I 00 I 00 100 1 00 191
Corn. . I
Sep . 1 $0 1 (I 1( 1 (3 1((
Dee.. 1 11 1 14 1 11 1 14 109
Sep. 64 66 H HH $H $4
Dec. ; lt (7 (( 6(4j ((
Chicago closing prices, furnished Th Be
by Logan Bryan, itoeit and grain broxra,
(1$ South Sixteenth street Omahat
Art. Open. High. Low. Close. Yes.
Wht, " I
July 1 17 IK 317 1 16 307
Bspt, 1 It t tt 196 3 06 1((
Sept, 1 (014 1 t UK 1 (0 1(0
Deo. Ml 1 1( 112 'i 1 14 ll$
May 1 13 1 14 110 1 12 111
July 88 8(U (IS ( ((
Sept. 64 66 64 66 64S
Deo. WA $7 56 (( ((
July 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 60
Sept. $$ $( $$ (0 39 (0 1$ (( 31 $0
July 10 46 20 46 :0. $0 20 37 !0 $1
Sept. 10 71 10 76 20 ( 20 (3 tt 10
July 21 12 31 86 2113 11113143
Sept. $1 60 31 67 31 40 11 MH 21 87
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Official Confirmation of Crop Dsmag la
Thre States Hoist Price,
Chicago, July ' 18. Officially confirmed
crop damage In Texas, Oklahoma and part
of Kansas hoisted the corn market today,
but waa partly offset later by a renewal of
peace talk. The close was unsettled at
H 910 net advance, with September at
$1.(0 and December at (1.1491. 144.
Wheat mad a steep rl of 18 9 Ho, hut th
amount ot business wa inaignlflcent
Price finished steady at th topmost point
of the day, $$.!( for July and $1.0$ for
September. Oats galnad 91c and pro
vision fall baok 6o to 17 o.
Bull had th advantage most of th
time In th corn market, although aoon
after th opening and Just at th oloa iharp
setbaok took place. During th Initial trans
actions most trader appeared to be gov
rned by opinion from om expert that
owing to lack ot warmth and sunshine th
crop a a whole was not making teaaonabl
progress. Soon, however, isntlment largely
changed a result of prediction from St.
Louis that th Missouri crop this Mason
would exceed the bumper yield of 1103 and
that condition would b bearish also in
Kan, Oklahoma, Nebraika and Illinois.
A ttrong advene ensued, nevertheless in
th last half of th aesalon, mainly a a
result of th government' weekly crop re
port verifying previous Indefinite advice of
trlou Injury aouthwest.
Bearish effect which pc gossip
brought about In th corn market in the
final fifteen minute of trading were baaed
chiefly on a Munich report that the German
chanoellor would declare before the Reich
stag tomorrow for a policy of no annexa
tion. Regardles of peace rumors, though,
corn for Immediate delivery went to a new
high prlc record No. 3 yejlow at $3.04 a
Announcement from Washington that th
winter wheat harvest wa ten day to two
week behind lh average time and that
spring wheat from Montana westward was
suffering greatly for moisture, seemed to be
a tour of much uneasiness on the part of
Mattered shorts. Urgent bid did not (licit
any offers until lOo had been addad to
value and there wa a prospect of th ad
vance being doubled. Likelihood f a speedy
enactment fixing a minimum price counted
apparently to some degree as a bullish
Oat wer governed by th action of corn,
deeplte the faot that crop report could
hardly hav been better from states of larg
Provision lacked support. The main rea-
on wa a decline In hog quotation. Some
uneasiness developed also In recard ta no..
(Ible labor troubles-at the stock yards here.
tnicago isn rrioee Wheat: No. 2 red,
No. 3 red, No. 3 hard, No. I hard, nominal.
Corn: No. 3 yellow, $2. 0298.04; No. 3 yellow,
$2.03; No. 4 yellow. $3.03. Oats: No. 1
white, 7577c; standard, 7(9770. Ry:
No. 3 old, $3.10. Barley: $1.869160. Seeds;
Timothy, $4.0097.60; olover, $13.00917.00.
Provisions: Pork. $40.40; lard, $20,129:0.42;
Butter Easier; creamery, 34 9 87 0.
Eggs Receipts, $7,1(4 case; unchanged.
Potatoes Lower; reclpt, (0 cars; Vir
ginia, barrel, $5.6096.76; Kansas, Kentucky,
Tsnnesse and Illinois, sack, $1.7591. $6.
Poultry Allv unchanged.
Kansas City General Market.'
Kanaa City, July 1$. Wheat No. 2
hard. $3.4893.65; No. 2 red. $3.3003.17:
July, $3.34 bid; September, $3.04 bid.
Corn No. $ mixed. $1.9291.94: No. 2
white, $3.0092.03; No. 2 yellow, $1.(4; July.
$1.10; September, $1.(1 bid.
Oats No. 3 white, 7(97(o; No. 3 mixed,
Butter Creamery. 3t!c; first, 34c; seo-
nils, 85c; packing, 32c. '
Eggs Firsts. 310; second,-3 6c '
Poultry Hen, JJ; rooler, 18e;.
brllers, 36c. ,
NEW YORK STOCKS
Shorts Attack Susceptible
Stocks in Fairly Successful
Effort to Depress En
New Tork, July 18. The superficial char
acter of prevailing stock market conditions'
waa strikingly illustrated today when the
shorts resumed their attack upon th more
susceptible stocks In a fairly successful ef
fort to depress the entire ltst.
St. Paul wa the main objective of th
bear, declining 5 points to 67 on ru
mors which cast doubt on th maintenance
of the present rate of dividend. Other divi
dend paying rails yielded 1 to 3 points, with
no appreciable recoveries.
Motors also olalmed the attention of pro
fessional traders, the Maxwell group falling
1 to 8 points. Reversals otherwise were con
fined to some ot the oil, minor equipments
and specialties, at gross recessions of 1 ta $ '
In general, the day' operation were
least noteworthy ot any reoent period, both
a to volume and variety of Issue traded
In. Representative industrials and the more
popular war descriptions held compara
tively steady until the final hour, when the
weight of selling became too strong to b
The few featuree ot trngth wr lim
ited to stocks of little potential value ee
market leaders, these Including the various
Issues which derive their chief support from
United Stat Steel' eours wa typical
of that followed by other prominent stocks. '
6 tee) (old up to 131 and closed at 120.
a net loss of 1 point. Total sale amount
ad to (40,000 shares.
Ruble dropped to th new minimum et
51 H. Renewal ot call loan at t par cent,
although th rt dropped to 3.. offered lit
tle hop of Immediate relaxation In local
Th strength ot Denver A Rio Grand re
funding 6s, which rose over 4 points, was
the feature of the irregular bond market.
The Liberty Issue ranged from 99.41 to 99.45.
Total sales ot bonds (par value) aggregated
United State coupon and registered 1
declined per cant on call.
Number of sales and rang of price ot
leading atocks: .
Bales. High. Low. Close.
Am. Beet Sugar... 400 (1 90 90
Am. Can ',. 400 4H 47 47..
Am. Car tt Fdry... 700 76 76 76
Am, Locomotive .. 900 71 70 70
Am. Smalt, ft Rfg. 1,100 103 103 103
Am. Sugar Rfg... 13,100 114V 132 122
Am. Tel. Tel... $00 121 120 ISO.
Am. Z. L. A Hteel 1,100 14 $3 13
Anaconda Copper.. .( 800 78 77 77
Atchison L800 101 100 V 100'
At. G. ft W. I. S. S. 1,600 10$ 101 108 U
Raltlmore Ohio 1,600 73 714 71
Butt ft Sup. Cop. 800 18 17 17
Cel. Petroleum 100 11 18 11V.
Canadian Pacific .. 3,600 16! 141161
Central Leather... 4,400 (' 83 (34
Chesapeake ft Ohio 1,800 $1 (0 $0
C, M. ft St. P 13,30$ 73 (7 (7
Chicago ft N. W.. ; 108
C. R. I. ft P. Ctfs. . (00 (3 (1 (1
Chlno Copper 400 63 63 $2
Colo. Fuel ft Iron. 7,00 60 41 48
Corn Prod. Rfg... 11,600 14 834 34
Crucible Steel.,.,. 14,100 (1 71 79
Cuba Csn Sugar.. 1.800 43 41 41
DIs. Sccurltl 14.400 28 34 35V
Erie 3,100 36 16- 36V
Oen. Electrlo 3,400 16( 168 151H
General Motor.... 1,100 117 111 116 V
Ot. North pfd..... 1.100 101 10(v; 10$ -Ot
North.' Or ctfs. 1,70$ 14 11 (!,
Illinois Central.... 101
Insplr. Copper 8.00ft tt (4 16
Int. M. M. pfd.... 10,M 164 (4 84
Inter. Nickel . .... 100 (9 39 . if
Inter.' Paper..... , $4
K. C. Southern 31
Kenrmcott Copper... $,000 43 43 41
Louis, ft Nasll...,'. 117
Maxwell Motors... 14,000 18 -31 i 13..
Mex. Petroleum.., 4,300 95 (14 II .
Miami Copper .... 1,300 40 v, $(i 11
Missouri Paclfio... 7,100 85 82 834
Nevada Copper.,., i 700 It 31 11
N. T. Central..;. , 5.800 (0 88 . ((
N. T., N. H. A H... 2,000 38 6 84',
Norfolk ft Western 100 lit 111 133
Northern Paclfio,, 1,800 101 100i 101
Paclfio Mall ...... 100 17 87 38
Pennsylvania ..... (00 (3 6J (1
Pittsburgh Coal .. 1,100 64 61 63
Ray Con. Copper.. 1,10 17 18 16
Reading ' 1,100 tt (6 (6
Rep. Iron A Steel.,,, 1,60018 (( ((
Shattuck Art. Cop 14
Southern' Pacific. 1,700 $3' (1 (
Southern Railway 11 300 38 27 37
8tudebakej' Corp. (i200 68 68 '4 (6
Texa Co 1,300 189 1(5 18(i.
Union Paclfio .... 4,400 13(i 114 1344
IT. S. Ind. Alcohol (,(00 169 167 159
U. 8. Steel. 125,100 122 V 110. 130;
U. S. Steel, pfd.... 400 111 1171 117
Utah Copper ..... 4,800 J04 1C1 103
Wabaih pfd. "B" 38
West. Union '. 1300 13 13 14
Wtstlnghoua Eiec. 1.700 49 48 414,
Total sales for the day (40,000 (harm.
, ' Coffee Market,
Kw York, July 1(. -Coffee futuree opened
1 point higher to 1 point lower, and Sep
tember aold down to 7.910 and December tn
1.05c The market later recovered all it
loss on trad buying which .Induced a firm -close
at $ to 11 point net advance.
On th rally September sold up to 1.00a and
Deoemher to 1.13c 8alca, .31,350 bag;
July, 7.90s;-August, 7. (6c; September. 1.01c;
October, 1.05c; November, 1.09c; December,
l.llo; January, l.llo) February, 1.13c;
March. 8.37c; April, . $.$2o; . May, 1.17c;
Spot, steady; Rio It, $ci Santo 4.
10c There were few coat and freight off
ers. A bid ot $.80o for Santos ( and 4s.
London credit, was accepted. Victoria' 7
and $a were offered at (.10c, American ered-
Its. The official cable reported primary
St. Xoul Uv Stock Market,
St. Louis, July 18. Cattle Reoeipt, (,$00
head; market, higher; native beef steer.
$7.(0913.76; yearling steers and heifers, $6.60
913.60; cow, $4,009 10,60; tockr and feed
ers, $4.0099.60!: prime southern beef'
steers, $(.00913.361 beef cow and halters,
$4.3691.00: prim yearling ter and heif
er. $7.(0910.00; natlv calves, $8.00914.00.
Hog Receipts, 1,600 head; markat, lower: .
light, $14.75915.25; pig. $10.00914.26;
mixed and butcher, '$14,90915.56; good
heavy, $16.40915.65; bulk, $16.00915.4$.'
Sheep and Lamb Receipts, 4,1(0; market,
higher; lambs, $14.0091 2$l ewe $8,009
$.60: tanners, $4.0094,10; chopper; $8.00
St. Joseph Llv Stock Market.
St, Joseph, July 1$. Cattle Receipts.
2,000 head; market strong; ter. $$.(09 .
13.36; cow and blfri, $6.75913.26;
calves, $7.00912.(0. ,
. Hogs Receipt. (,000 head; market
lower; top, $16.(0; bulk of sales, $14.(09
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, (00 head;
market higher; lamb, $11.25915,60; wes,
New York, July 18. Metal Lead, weak:
spot, $(.60 asked. Spelter, dull; spot, East
Ht. i.ouia delivery, it.60 asked. Copper:
Nominal; larg dealer out of th market.
amall lot of second and August and later ,
aeuveries, 923.50027.00. iron, firm and un
changed. Tin, firm; spot, (62.26.
At London Copper! Spot, 1130; futures,
1129 10s; electrolytic 142. Tin: Spot, 1239 1
10s. Lead: Spot, ($0 10; futures, 29 10s.
Spelter: Spot, 164; future,' 1(0.
Chicago LIt Stook Market.
Chicago, July 1$. Cattle Receipts,
15,000 head; market, firm; native beef cat
tle, $8.40914.06; western ateers, $8.65911.60:
stocker and feeders $6.269(.40; cowa and
heifers, $5.80911.80;' calves, $9.(0914.26. .
Hogs Receipts, 29,000 head; market,
weak, 16c below yesterday's average. Bulk,
$14.36915 35; light, $14.30915,20; - mixed,
$14.15915.60; heavy, $14.00915.50; rough,
$14.00914.26; pigs. $11.25914.23.
Sheep and Lambs Reoeipt. 9,000 head;
market, firm; wethers, $7.75911.00; ewes,
$7.0099.25; ramba $9.60915.(0.
Turpentine and Roein.
Savannah, July !(. Turpentine Firm:
(7c. Sales. 244 barrels: receipts. 110:
shipments, 666; atocks, 36,373.
Rosin Firm; sales, 1,131 barrel; receipts,
1,136; shipments, 703; stock, 78,6(1. .
Quote: A, B, C, D, al, F. $3.10; G, $1.30;
I, $6.36: K, $5.30; M. $6.10; N, $6.20; WU,
$6.70; WW, $.$0.
St. Loul Oral Market.
St. Loul. July 18. Wheat No. 1 red.
$2.27; No, 1 hard nominal; July, $3.10;
Corn No. 1, $1.9591 97; No. 1 mute.
$3.04; September, $1.66; December,.
Oata No. !, 7(o: No. 1 whit nominal.,
Ece Wants-Ads Produce Results.
Wall No. 3 Down Foot
Only a Few Days Left
To Buy at 25c Share
Sleek sees ee Naw Vers Cork Meaday. July ti
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sew recla. Mar rllllaa Blf profit sestl-
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I - HARRY LEFKOVITS
74 Broadway. ; New York City.
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