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THE KEE: OMAHA. Kill DAY. JULY 'JO. 1!)17.
FOR RENT HOUSES
I ROOMS. ALL MODERN EXCEPT
Two" block! and half from car; nice
yard with ihadu; rear yard ta fixed for
chicken and garden; Bouth front, with
porch. House is In good condition; only
been built six years. Price $15.00 per
month. Call Traver Brothers, $19 Ftrat
National Bank Building. Douglas 681.
Jlli Nr 33D. 6 mi.... $30.00
$210 Burt 8t, 7 rma 10.00
117 S. th. T rma i. 15.00
1504 Dodo 8t. I rma.. with elaep
tng porch 65.00
131 Securities Bldg. f Tyler 1536.
206 8. 26th Ave., 8-r new, modern flat. $45.
1133 N. 13tK. S-r. hot water heat. $25.
2120 N. Stst Bt.,-S-r., "mod. ex. heat, 316.
1114 N. 22d St., 4-r.'. mod. ex. heat, $15.
RASP BROS.. 210 Keelln Bldg. Tyler 121.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
. ST. CLAIR.
34tH and Harney. J -room av.. Call Ha r. 947.
APARTMENTS, all sizes and prices, (plan
did location, 24t.i and Fa ream. D. 1472.
t-RQpMS. garage, sleeping poroh. Hot water,
heat, janitor service. 2408 Davenport.
ROOM apt., heated, corner, second floor,
screened porch summer, $33.50.
4-t.: art, heated, i firat floor, $31. 181$
Map)e St.- Red. last.
STEAM heated. $1$ and up, summer ratea,
near P. O G. P. Btebblnt. 1610 Chlcao.
$30-19-124.'BrjRT,. 4-room. new modern apt.
RING-WALT BROS. Brandcl The." Bldg-.
FIVE-ROOM stead heated apartment, The
Chula Vkjta. 30tr. and Popplaton, $45. Con
rad Youag. 323 Brandtll Theater. Doug
FOR RENT, FLATS.
Colored tenants wanted for 6 and -room
flats; $12.50 and $15; South Side.
Somberg. Tyler 78 5. '
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
FOR RENT Building, suitable for whole
sale or storage purposes, 1 floors and ce
ment basement, floors 25x120 ft. Good
elevator and convenient arrangement lor
loading; might consider ranting one or
more floors separate; building well lo
cated and available August 1. Nebraska
A Iowa Mercantile Co.. 1315 Howard St.
Tel. .D. 1066
NEW. modern stores on Leavenworth, be
tween 24th and 25th Sis. Low rent.
Garage building, 123 N. 40th St. BlnfU.
IK AO. rimihle. til) CO. '
JOHN W. ROBBINS, Hot FARNAM ST.
DESIRABLE store room, modern front,
metal celling,, steam heat, 63-$26 So.
16th St.; size 32x60; can be subdivided;
low rent. Conrad . Toang. 321 Brandels
Theater Bldg. Douglas 1571.
LOW-PRICED, modern' ofiicet, Farnam
Bldg., 13th and Farnam, (014 lat Nat
Bank Bldg.) .. .
FIRST TRUST CO., Tyler 800.
STORE for rent.
WORLD REALTY CO.,
Sun Theater Building.
SMALL modern store room, ateam heat.
IMS Capitol Ave.. Conrad Young, 123
Brandeia Theater, uougiaa mi,
MODERN store, 16th Bt, near postofflce, $75
Ut. tr. ptepoins, .Aoiv uncus'
RESTAURANT, with fixtures, gas etoVes,
stools, at 107 South Fifteenth street.
it-, office, and Desk Room,
CHOICE office space. Baird Bldg., 17th and
Douglas, aicuagut. inv. u.
Garages and Barns.
SMALL garage .centrally located, $25.
LARGE GARAGE For rent; will hold five
ear. 8210 Farnam. ' : .
WANTED TO RENT
tfnfurnishcd Apartments and Flats.
"SCu niT TOIt TOR RENT
la the way of four, five or six-room mod
ern, up-to-date apartments? Preference
will be given to those In better districts of
the city. Want to deal direct with, own
ere, no agents. ... .
TELEPHONE DWUM8 i.
, . Furnished Houser and Flats.
WANTED-r-Sulte ot housekeeping rms., must
be modern, reasonable, close In and well
furnished, one with piano preferred. Box
3459,' Bee ' " '
LIST your homes with us for rent The
demand, is good and we have a waiting
J. H- DTJMONT A Co. (Realtors),
418 Keellne Bldg. Phone D. 600.
WANTED TO RENT Warehouse on track
large-enough to etor 800 automobllea
Write or telephone at one The Industrial
Department, Omaha Commercial C'UD;
MOVING AND STORAGE
GORDON VAN CO.
Packing, storage and moving.
Jit N. 11th St Phone Dous
Phone Douglas 288 tor complete
list of vacant houses' and apart
' ments. Also for storage, moving.
16th and Jackaon Sts.
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
-'- , STORAGE CO.,
Export service; prompt attention. Tour
moving, your packing, your storage.
:aln Office, Central Furniture Store.
lTth and Howard. Tel., D. 7785.
Separate locked- rooms or household
goods and pianos: moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
803 8. 16th St. Douglas 4168.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
storing, call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4338.
lrMwAM4 Van and two men,
Maggard $i.SS per hour.
Van and Storage Co., Moving, Packing.
Storage and Shipping. Phone Doug. 1496.
Y f XWT Express po.. Moving
aj. j.JCiLllJ Packing and Storage.
1207 Farnam St Web. 2748. Doug. 6146.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
THE HEIRS HAVE
DECIDED TO SELL
For cash or good Becurlty one of the finest
Improved 481-acre stock farms in Lewis
Township, Pottawattamlo county, Iowa. 8
miles southeast of Council Bluff s. New 11
room house, modern; barn for 20 head of
horses and 60 tons of hay; electrlo lighted;
granary, hayshed. garage, hog houses,
good chicken house, feed lot and self
feeder. Plenty of good water and running
water In pastures.
Alio 209 acres flri't class high bottom
land located near Island Park, la., six
miles eouth of Council Bluffs', good five
room house and other good improvements.
All under cultivation. Will divide this If
One 1-story ' brick building 160 West
One 2-story brick building 6l ft Main.
One 2-story brick building til 8. Main.
Nine-room house, $30 4th Ave; alt mod
ern; large corner lot; Dice 4-rooru house,
tot South 6th St.
Address Lock Box 2. Council Bluffs. ta.
'A 320-acrs farm In Pierce county, Neb.,
at a bargain; -140 acres In cultivation;
fair buildings. For partlculara write to
Box 215. Holsteln. la
80 ACRES Irrigated, fine, level, black laud,
near Bridgeport, Neb., very cheap, terms;
crop goea with land. '
8. 8. A R. E. MONTGOMERY.
$27 City National Bank Bldg.
SMALL Nebraska farma on easy payments
acrea up We farm the farm we sell
you. The Hungerford Potato Growera'
association, 15th and Howard Sts., Omaha.
Douglas (271. '
FOR SALE One quarter section land, well
Improved, 74 miles south of Lodgepole,
Neb. Write or call the owner, C. J. Schad,
$ to 8 tons per acre yearly.
, JORDAN VALLEY PROJECT
HARLEY J. HOOKER '
940 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
Omaha, Nebraska. '.
GOOD oorn land, eaat Texas, $25 an acre.
Get my free book.
, W. B. FRANK. 201 Neville Block. Omaha.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
North Dakota Lands.
ALFALFA LANDS BARGAINS.
$20 acrea nice level alfalfa land In Sar
gent county, 2v". D. Price $26.00 per acre.
160 acres splendid grating land ( miles
from DeLaraere, N. D. Frlce $15.00 per
160 acres nice level land alx miles from
Steele, N. D. Price $18.75 per acre.
Several finely improved quarter and halt
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 maps and full par
ticulars. H. J, JOHNSON LAND CATTLB CO.,
Oakes. N. D.
Real Estate. Loans and Mortgages.
FARM . and city loans, running from five
to twenty years. Interest $ per cent 6H
per cent and 6 per cent PETERS TRUST
CO., 1628 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
CITY and farm loans pormptly made. Rates
6. 64 and I per cent Reasonable com
mission. UNITED STATES TRUST CO,
213 South 17th. Omaha, Neb.
MONEY to loan on improved farma and
ranches. We. also buy good firm mort
gages. Kloke Inv Co., Omaha.
I W III VTMt'D
Money on hand for mortgage loan.
City National Bank Bldg.
SIX per cent first mortgagee secured by
Omaha real estate. E. H. Lougee. Inc.,
688 Keellne Bldg.
shopen co., private money.
ll.Jud MT'GE, bearlg 6 pet. semi-annually,
secured by property valued at $3,700. Tal-
mago-Loomn inv. yo., w. v. w. mag.
FARM and city loans. 5, 6H and ( per cent
W, H. Thomas, Keellne Bldg. Doug. 1448.
LOW RATES C. G. CARLBERG. 312 Bran
del Theater Bldg. D. 4(16.
OMAHA HOMES. EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE R. E. CO.. 1016 Omaha Nat.
$100 TO $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Weed. Weed Bldg.. 18th and Farnam Sts.
NO DELAY IN CLOSING LOANS.
W. T. GRAHAM. 604 Bee Bldg.
5 Of MONEY HARRISON A MORTON,
lO l Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
O 10 LOANft
Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Stocks and Bonds.
LISTED and unllttod stocks. Investment
securities,, industrial stocks.
ROBERT C. DRUESEDOW & CO.,
(60 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Abstracts of Title.
Title, Guarantee and Abstract Co.,
XYCll . 306 fj. 17th St.. ground floor.
Bonded by Mast. Bonding and Ins. Co.
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
represent prompt pay Insurance companies.
810 Brandels Bldg;. Omaha. Neb.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED 4 and 6-room cottage to sell on
mall payment down, balance monthly,
ALLEN A BARRETT, 613 Bee Bldg. Doug.
LISTING houaet to rent or sell on email cash
payments; have parties waiting. Western
Real Estste, 41$ Karbach Blk. P. 8607.
LIST you 5 and (-room bouses with Ed
ward, F. Williams Co., 801-803 Omaha
Nat. Bank Bldg. u. 4-;u,
LIST your t aril 6-room houses with us.
WE BELL THEM. OSBORNE REALTY
Co., Tyler 46$.
WANT to Buy 40 acrea of farm and pasture
land. Box 168, Independence, Kan.
ARNDT A TAYLOR can assist you. 1825
Laird St. Webste' 2039.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
The Last Five-Room
Bungalow on an Acre
to Be Purchased
for $250 Down and $26.50
' - In Benson Gardens
All in Crop
This 1 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; electric lights; good well; 1.68
acrea can be had adjoining; crops con
sist of beans, peas, beets, tomatoes, corn,
etc Call Tyler 50 and ask for Mr. Man
ville. HASTINGS & HEYDEN, (Realtors)
1614 Harney St.
: . " :
FIELD CLUB DISTRICT
We have an 8-room brick bungalow H
block from" Field club; large living room
with fireplace, sun room, dining room,
kitchen on 1st floor; 8 sleeping rooms,
enameled bath room and large sleeping
porch 2d floor. Oak and mahogany finish
throughout. Price $6,750. Shown by ap
HIATT COMPANY, n
24B-7-8 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 40.
BEST BARGAIN IN
Nine rooms, striotly 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 hat cut the prloe
to $6,000 for quick sale. The house alone
cost bttr( than' $6,000 and the lot It
worth $2,000. Investigate at once.
GLOVER & SPAIN
Douglas 3982. 010-20 City Nat.
Just listed, a 6-room, strictly modern
bungalow, In northwest part of tho city.
Partly oak floors and oak finish. Large
lot. Priced at $2,650, less than the house
can be built tor.. See this at once at It
won't last. ' - .
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
. 537 Omaha Nat'l Banit Bldg. D. 1781.
NEAR FONTENELLE PARK
Six-room, up-to-the-minute bungalow;
well built and splendidly located; eaat
front; $300 down and $33.60 per month.
Price $3,660, for quirk sale.
PHONE DOUGLAS 2926.
113 SO. 35TH ST. 6-r. and alecping porch,
fine condition, great bargain it sold quick
ly. Owner leavo city. Reas. terms. H, 8266,
Located on a choice corner, south and
east front. Hat long living room with
French doors, leading Into sun room,
book cases and colonnade. Large dining
room, with buffet butler's 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.
Juat one year old. . The owner It asking
$6,000, which Is at leaat $1,000 less than
It could be duplicated. For appointment
OSBORNE REALTY CO., '
701-2 Om. Nat'l. Bank Bldg. Tyler 46.
Seven-room bouse, all modern, full sited
lot on corner, streets paved. This prop
erty It on Burdette. easy walk to 20th
or 2th car. Will give aom one a bar
gain. Owner left olty.
$0$ Farnam Bldg.
' Five rooms, oak finish, modern home,
ready for occupany Immediately; east
front; fine lot; full cement basement; good
heating plant; let ut tbow you. 4720 N.
40th Ave. At any time.
$250 down and $25 per month.
Phone Douglat 2826.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
YOU CAN BUY
A $4,500 HOUSE
Six-room teml-bungalow, nearly new,
all beautiful oak finish. French doors to
sunroom, bookcases,' all the built-in fea
tures In kitchen, white enamel finish in
bedrooms. Full cemented basement Lot
60x130. This Is a dandy. When can you
OSBORNE REALTY CO..
Tl Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 4
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE
FOR ONLY $3,650
To buy a. full two-ttory, six-room, hot
water heated home, atrlctly modern, 60x
130-foot lot beautiful maple shade, west
of Kountae park, about two blocks to the
24th street car ttrvlct. Immediate pot
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 -1 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg, Tyler 406.
WAVERLY PARK ADD.
$ rooms, all on one floor; stairway to
floored attie; $ bedroomt; oak finish in
living rooms; nicely decorated; full ce
ment basement; east front lot 40x125; Jut
one block wait of Fontenellt Blvd., eouth
of Bedford Ave. Price $3,600, $300 down,
C G. CARLBERG.
810-313 Brandels Theater Bldg.
Six-room house, modern, In aplendld
rendition: garage and paved itreets. Price
$3,600; $600 down takea It
BIG 4 REALTY. CO.,
Doug. 2486. 1O1B-10 W. O. W. Bldg.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Two 8-room flutt In four apartmenti,
all permanently rented, on paved street
in good repair. -
At 6425 and J$42t B. 31st St.. South Side,
Will be told to the highest bidder on the
premises, Wednesday, July 36, at 11 a. m.
If you want to buy good Income prop,
erty at your own price oome to thlt tale.
For further Information call,
JAMES L. DOWD, Auctioneer.
Rod $286 or Harney 4673.
W. It. GRIFFITH, Owner.
ONE 6-room and one 4-room, cottage, both
on one lot; fine condition; live In one and
rent the other, Priee for both. $3,760,
Very easy terms. No. 2433 Boutb 30th Bt
NORRIS A NORRIS,
400 Bee Building. Phone Douglat 4370.
Stucco construction, t large light roomt.
Oak floors, oak and enamel finish. Prlct
$3,800. Easy termt. Another new build
ing for $9,650. Call Douglat 1723 daya.
Walnut 1580 evenings.
WE HAVE an attractive 7-room home with
garage, close to Hanscom park, for $3,000.
F. D. WEAD, 310 8. 18th St,
W. FARNAM SMITH A CO.,
Real Estate and Insurance,
1320 Farnam Bt. D. 1064.
A TRACT cf ground laying Ideal for poultry
raising; 250-ft frontage; price $810; $60
oath. $12.50 monthly- Call D- 1594.
J. B. ROBINSON, Real Estate and Inauf
ance, 442 Bee Bldg., Douglat 6097.
R. S. TRUMBULL,
1305 ltt Nat. Bk. Bldg. P. 1734.
Templeton-Olson Co., Bee Bldg. Tyler 2020.
General real estate, insurance. Rentals.
REAL ESTATE Investment
No. 1 An apartment house built In
1917 that it paying 10ft per cent net on
No. 2 40-foot frontage on Douglat St.
at $600 per foot Place your money
where valuet are increasing. Complete
information at office.
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1330 Farnam Bt. D. 1064. Even. H. 416$.
SEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
, , . A. P. TUKEY A SON,, j .
$20 First National. Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
QUARTER section Minnesota land, 4 miles
northwest ot Wlndom; 120 acrea In crops,
fenced and oross-f enoed ; good, - blaok
sandy loam, - about 20 miles from Iowa
line. Farm ti rented, 2-6 delivered. Price
$126 per acre. Wanta Improved 80 acree.
Mutt be within. 19 t4tet of Omaha, or
good Income Omaha property. , '
LTJND. 420 ROSE BLDG. TYLER 765.
A 7-ROOM modern home, large Corner lot.
garage, new modem porch, new paint and
In fine condition: exchange for western
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
$28-30 City National.
7-ROOM house and cash for (arm.
$ alx-room houses for farm or ranch. .
$40 Cherry county improved for house or
. merchandise. '
GATE CITY LAND CO..
D. $350. 832 Paxton Blk.
WILL exchange equity of $16,000 In quarter
lection near Fullerton, Neb., and equity
ot $12,000 on quarter tectlon 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
tettment $1,000.00) for lote Omaha or eq
uity In bungalow Omaha. Phone Mrt,
Mllns, Douglas 1284,
South Dakota, for cash or clear land, S.
J. Olmem, Minneapolis, Minn.
SEVEN-ROOM residence on N. 27th St for
one In Council Bluffs.- Mrs. B., 71$ Mill
St., Council Bluffs, la.
160 ACRES, well Improved, every acre good
land. N. E. Neb., will take tome trade.
O. A. Kull, Oakland. Neb.
$50 AN acre buye 180-acre farm 15 miles
from Omaha. Inquire 433 Ramge Blk. Tel.
Doug. 4212. Residence phone Doug. 6775.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
AFTER looking at MINNK LI'S A. 300 dif
ferent buyers decided that it was the best
proposition on ths market and they
backed their Judgment by buying lota.
IF YOU will come out today you will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
742 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
CUMING Near 29th St., 22 or 44 feet;
must be sold to close estate. Grlmtnel,
849 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg
BEAUTIFUL 60-foot lote. Price $220. only
$3 cash and 50 cents per week. Doug. 3393.
Fine building lots In walking distance ot
Union depot; will make a special price on
the few remaining lots, and give good
terms. Salesman at 8lh and Dorcas Sts.
Saturday and Sunday from 2 to 5 p. m, or
call Douglas 6013 during day or Colfax
2450 after $ p. m. tnd make appointment
to suit your convenience.
Ask for Mr. Morrow.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
51ST AND WEBSTER 'STREETS
6 rooms snd sleeping porch, all mod
ern, dandy home, cheap. Owner leaving
City, all special payments paid, full lot
alley paved. .
BIRKETT & COMPANY,
260 Bee Bldg. Douglas 633.
Well located lota on eaty termt. Mod.
ern, attractive hornet. Before buying be
urt and tee
GEORGE & CO.,
HOMES and home altet In Dundee.
SHULER A CARY. 204 Keellne. D. $074.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
FOR SALE 6-room modern housa and 8
lots in Benson; will sacrifice for quick
sale. Write F. A. Robinson, 616H North
lth street. Fort Dodge, la., for terms.
3H miles ot Bouth Omaha Block Yards.
A bargain tor quick tale.
COMPTON & CRANEY,
JZlS?':-'', til Paxton Block.
REAL ESTATE B'ne Pr'pty
II. A. WOLF. Realtor. Ware Blk. Specialist
In dcwjtwnatrijiis) fra-rtyv
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Lillian C. Richards and husband to
Edward H. Bartett. Thlrty-seventh
street, 139 feet south of Farnam
street, east tide, 40x166 (1S.350
Benjamin Lltman and wife to Louis
Schrelbman, Twentieth street, 264
feet eouth of Clark street east
ride, 37x140 : 1
Emily J. Grove to Catherine Reed. '
southwest corner Seward street awl '
Military avenue. 33x60 1
Willis Realty company to Peder.-A,
Skrlver, aouthweat corner Sixteenth '
street and Victor avenue, $6.7x10$., .1
Albert W. Phillips et al to Perler A-.
Skrlver, northeast Corner Fortieth
and Hamilton streets, $0x86; Ham
ilton street $0 feet east of For-
tleth ttreet, north tide, 60x110... 1
Dorothea Skrlver to Peder Bkrlver,
southeast corner Thirty-sixth and
Miami streets, 60x126 1
Theresa Wardlan to Emmet S. Brum
baugh, Twenty-seventh ttreet, 90
feet, south Of 0 street, west side,
Jennie M. Shaffer to Armstrong- ,
Walsh eompany, southeast corner
Fourteenth and Paclflo ttreett, 61x
Jennie M. Shaffer to Armstrong
Walsh company. Eighteenth ttreet,
121 feet eouth of Clark ttrett, eaat
side, 30x140 1
Jennie M. Shaffer to Armstrong
Walsh company. Fortieth ttreet,
112'i feet south ot Nicholas llrett,
west side, 37Hxl00 1
Jennie M. Shaffer to Armstrong
Walsh company, northeast comer
Fifteenth avenue and Corby street
H. W. Harvey to Armatrong-Walth
company. Thirty-third ttreet, 328,
feet south 'of Davenport street,
east side, 45x136 '. 1
Jennie M. Shaffer to Armstrong
Walsh company, Seward street, 168
feet west of Thirty-second ttreet,
south side, 32x127.5 1
Jennie M. Bheffer to Armstrong
Walsh company, Twenty-sixth ave
nue, 60 feet south of Sprague street,
east title, $6x100 1
Winter Bylet' to Michael McGulre.
Emmet street, T feet weat of
Twentieth ttreet, north tide, $0x
John E. Reagan and wife to Don C,
Wilson, "southeast corner Morton
and Reed streets, Benson, 374x96.. t,$00
Charles W. Martin and wire to Oue
tave B. Bondesson, Redlck avenue,
136 feet weet of Minna Lusa ave
nue, north tide, 44x190 1
I am bringing messag from
204 Keeline Bldg. D. 5074.
Om and Wheat Region Bulletin.
Lincoln, July 19. The weather wae too
dry the last week for the best growth
of vegetation, but wae favorable for the
progress of farm work. It was mostly clear
with moderate temperature and only light
showers. The temperature averaged 3 de
grees below normal, but some high maxi
mum temperatures, 100 or slightly above,
occurred In the southwestern counties.
Showers were quite general on Wednesday
and Saturday but the weekly rainfall was
light In all regions. It exceeded half an
inch in parta of Custer, Howard, Hall,
Adams, Nemaha and Burt counties, but
at most placet It was less than one-quarter
Inch. Rye and oats are ripening and wheat
la growing nicely In the northern counties.
Rye Is being out nearly to the northern
border of the slate. The oats harvest hat
begun In tht countlet Just north of the
Platte river. The dry weather hat reduced
the yield of oats In many counties. Winter
wheat Is being cut. Tho second crop of al
falfa Is bring secured In good condition.
The crop Is light except In eastern and
northern counties whero It Is good. Timo
thy Is being cut, a rsther light crop In
some places. The harvest of prairie hay hat
begun and tho crop la good. Corn haa
stood the dry weather well and has made
a rapid growth generally, but In tome
southern and southwestern counties the
growth has been checked by lack of mois
ture. Cultivation has progressed rapidly
and much la now luld by, unusually clear
of weeds. The yield of potatoet has been
reduced by dry weather,
G. A. LOVELAND, Meteorologist
filour City Live Mock Market.
Sltux City, la., July 19. Cattle Receipts,
700 hesd; market '10ft' higher; beef steers,
$8.6013.76; tat rows and heifers, $7.35
11.60; canners, $.50(&7.2D; etorkera and
feeders, $7.00jJ8.25; calves, !8.O0if13.60;
bulls, stags, etc., 90009.60; feeding cows
and heifers, $6.6008,26..
Hogs Receipts. 7,600 head; market 6
10c higher: lights, $14.n 15.00; heavy,
$1425(5 1525: pigs, $12.60018.00; bulk of
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 300 head;
St. Joseph Live Ntock Market.
St. Joeeph, July 19. Cattle Receipt. $00
head; market steady; steers, $8. 603 13,26:
cows and heifers, $5.76 12.25; calves, $7.60
Hogs Receipts, 8.000 head: market
steady; top, $16.60; bulk of sales, $14.60
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,800 hesd;
market higher; lambs, $11.2516.65; ewes,
MlnneapoUs Grain Market
Minneapolis, July 19. Flour Unchanged.
Rye $2.063.07. V
Wheat July, $2.68; September, $3.11.
Carh: No. 1 hard, $2.80; No. 1 northern,
$2.702.89; No, 2 northern, $2.6092.70.
Corn No. 3 yellow, $2.009 2.03.
Oats No. 3 white, 76977c.
'' St. Louis firaln Market.
St.- Loulu, July 19. Wheat No. 1 red,
$2.32; No. 2 hard, $2.66; July, $2.30; Sep
Corn No. 2. $2.05; No. 3 white, $3.06
3.10; September, $1.66; December, $1.14.
Oats No. 2, 77 078c; No. i white, nominal.
LIVE STOCK MARKET!
Cattle Stock Selling a Quarter
Higher Than Last Week;
Hoga Show a Much
Omaha. July 1$, 1917.
Cattle, Hogs, these,
.... 4,075 1.979 3,4(9
.... 4,949 16.446 T.945
1.490 14.019 9,691
1,100 10.000 $.000
Four devt thlt week.. 13.114 47.694 i'5.
Same dtyt laat week. 13,791 46.876 $0,
Same daya 1 w'kt ago. 11,161 11.660 13.
Same daya I w'kt ago. II, Its 47,991 14
Same dayt 4 w'kt ago. 33,183 89.444 1$,
Same dayt list year,. 16.839 19,144 89,
Receipt and disposition ot live stock
tht I'nlon ttock yards, Omaha, Neb.,
twsnty-four houn ending at 1 o'clock
Cattle, Hogs. Sheep. H'
C. M. A St. F. .... T 11
Missouri Paclflo ... 15
Union Paclflo ..... 6 17 36 1
C. N. W., eaat .. T $
C. N. W., weat ,. 8 43
C. St. P. M. AO... 8 14
C. B. A Q., east ... T 1 ... ...
C. . A Q., west .. T 11
C. R. I. A P. i eaat $ 11
C. R. I. A P., west., 1 1 ... ...
Illinois Central ...... .1
ChU Gt Weet T ...
Total receipts .. 90 148 36 1
DISPOSITION HE D.
Cattle, Hogs. Sheep,
Morrll A Co. ...319 1,634 801
Swift A Co 169 2.449 1,631
Cudahy Pack. Co. .. 344 3,49 964
Armour A Co 969 1,111 1,493
Bchwartt A Co. .......... 386
J. W. Murphy 94$
Lincoln Pack, Co. .. 18 ' .....
s. O. Pack. Co. ...... T
Wilson .... 11
Morrlt, K. C. 115 .....
Armour, K. C, ...... 164 ..... .....
Swift, Fort Worth.... 814
Hill A Bon .. 4 .....
F. B. Lewie 44 .....
Huston A Co. 14
F. G. Kellogg 14 .....
Sullivan Brot 4
Huffman ....... ... 3 ..... .....
Banner Broa, 11
John Harvey .19 .....
Jensen A Lung ren .. 10 .....
Other buyers 123 4,377
Totala .... 1,221 $,$$3 $,147
Cattle Receipts of cattle were very light
for a Thursday and Included comparatively
very few dselrable cornfod ttters. So far
this week supplies have been a little smaller
than a week ago or a year ago, and, while
trade today was dull and Uteleaa, the bulk
of the decent offerings were quolably any
where from 10 to 26c higher than a week
ago. A fow grass steers from the western
part of the state wore offered, but they
were largely on the feeder order and did
not appeal to the dressed beet men,
Cows and helfera wert In very rr.eagaf
supply and active demand at steady to
possibly a little stronger prlcet. Bulk of
the the stock Is selling about i$o higher
than last week and demand It fairly broad.
Quotation! on Cattle: Good to choice
beeves. $13.75913.86; fair to good beevee,
$13.00913.76; common to fair beeves, $10.00
911.60: good to choice yearlings,. $11,869
13.36; fair to good yearlings, $12.00912.60;
common to fair yearlings, $9.76911. 60t good
to choice grass beeves, 910.76tyil.7S; fair to
good gran beevee. $9.60910.60; common to
fair gratt beevet, $8.1699.26; good to choice
helfera. $9.50910.60; good to choice rows,
$8.6099.76; fair to good cows, $7.6096.60;
common to fair oowt, $1.0097.60. good to
choice feeders, $8,7699.60; fair to good feed
ers, $7,7698.60; common to fair feeders.
$6.7597.60; good to choice stockert, $8,009
9.00; stork heifers, $7.0098.00; stock cows,
$8.60 07.60; stock calves, $6.6099.00: veal
calves, $9.0013.50; bulla, ttags, etc., $5,609
Na. Av. Pr. No, Av. Pr.
t 771 $7 00 1 440 $9 00
18 1118 11 00 $2 143$ 11 30
1 1020 13 60
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
1 875 9 60 17........ 141 10 00
1014 11 00
Hogs This morning's run of hoge was
the lightest that haa been here tlnoe Mon
day, but at that waa ot pretty good volume,
arrivals amounting to 163 cara, or In the
neighborhood ot 10,000 head. The four
daya' tuppllet total 47,694 head, being
nearly 1,000 heavier than a week ago, more
than twice at large at two weekt ago and
about 18,000 heavier than for tht corret
ponding daya last year.
Prices .today were . even more Irregular
than they have been and that It laying a
good deal, at uneven markets have been
the rule all thlt week. On shipping grades
values ware Just about the tame at on early
round! yesterday, good shipping hogt tell
ing up at high at $16.30.
Early roundt of tht paoktr trade were t)
little quiet, but on tha strength of a better
feeling elsewhere buyer made their first
purohatet at prlct that were fully tteady
to. In plenty of case, at muoh at so higher,
and buy tht mtddla of tht morning tha big
tnd of tht offerlngi had been cleaned up
thlt way, the better kind naturally being
given the preference.
The close waa dreggy and weak, the
market getting worse the further It went.
On the laat fifty loads to sell prices were
anywhere from weak to lOo lower, the latest
aaleat bowing the full decline. Bulk of the
packing hogt moved at $14.30914.66, with
good kinds up to $16.$0,
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av. 8h. Pr
11. .123 40 14 00 44, .136 180 14 25
70. .146 140 14 85 48. .8(5 110 14 40
71. .363 40 14 46 10. .364 ... 14 60
86. .101 70 14 65 61. .124 60 14 60
93. .336 140 14 66 77. .316 160 14 70
33. .244 ... 14 75 86. .265 ... 14 80
74. .214 80 14 86 43. .264 ... 14 90
61. .280 ... 15 10 19. .194 ... 16 20
68. .241 ... 16 80
I.. 9$ ... 11 00 31. .118 ... 12 78
Sheep Offerings of thetp and Iambi wert
tht largeet of the week to date, and among
the largest of tht season so far, tht run
being estimated at thtry-slx cart or 9.000
head. Arrivals for tht wsek so far foot
up 26,835 head, ta compared with 30,198 a
week ago, 13,306 two weeks ago, and 39,(97
a year ago.
Everything that was here wat on tale,
but killer offerlngt were not tuch a great
deal larger than yesterday, and nearly be
tween a third and a half the total offer
ings wero ot feeders. Packing demand
proved broad enough to take care of the
run In good shape, the undertone continu
ing atrong, and the bulk of the tupply
found a ready outlet at prlcet that wtrt
easily steady with yesterday.
Most of the killer offerings had changed
hands by shortly after the middle ot the
morning. As was the case yesterday natives
were very scarce, rangers making up al
most the entire reoelpts. nest or tho na
tive told up to $15.40, while good rtnge
lambs wert oanhed mainly around $16,409
16.60. Offerings of aged mutton were again
very srsnt, and nominally steady prices
were quotable. A few good ewes told tt
high as $9.00.
Chicago Lite Stock Market.
Chicago, III., July 19, Cattle Reoelpts,
4,100 hd: market firm; native beef cattle,
$8.49914.05; " western eteera, $6.66911.60;
stockert and fsedert, $4.3599,40; cowt and
heifers. $6.60911.00; calves, $10.00914. 78.
Hogs Receipts, 15,000 head; market
weak, 5e to 10c below yesterday's average:
bulk of sales, 914 aoflR.26; light, in,u,i!
15.10: mixed, $14.10914.40: heavy, $14,009
16.40; rough,-$14.009136; plge. $11,269
SheeD and Lambs Receipts. 8.000 head:
market atrong; wethers. $7.76911.00; ewet,
$7.0091.26; Iambi, $9.75914 76.
Omaha Hay Market.
hay and alfalfa and tha demand verqulat
r,k.u. ....i. n-.i.i. v., tie Anaif no.
V.IIU1W .fl.llu , nil , -. ,- T'"'-" -
No. 1, $14.0016.00; No. 1, $7.0099.00; No.
a. j a n.n a a - l .a l M r A. A A A .
x - t a 6Al nii 9 IaI A t ft rifiiA
9.00; No. 2, $5,00900; No. 1, $4.0096.00.
New Alfalfa Choice, $19.00920.00; No. 1,
17.00919.00; standard, $14.00916.00; No. 2,
$12.00914.00; No. 3, $9.00910.00.
Straw Oat, $8.0096.60; wheat, $7,009
Turpentine and Rosin.
tales, 321 barrels; receipts, 471; shipments,
me; biock, SD.ait.
1.072 barrels: ihtnments none; stock. 77.798.
Quote: A, B, C, D, K, $6.1096.16; F, $6.1214
96.16; G, 9.16ltfn.IO; H, 9616; I, 6.2&ip
s an- v it mat as- M IK ft. N l?Hih)
6.4214; WO,' $6.76; WW, $6.86,
Evaporated Applet and Dried Fruits,
New York. July 19. Evaporated Applea
Dull; fancy. 111 01214c; choice, ll1114c;
Dried Fruits Prunes, easy; California,
1091314c. Oregnnt, 1014912c Aprlrots,
quiet; fancy, 22926c. Peaches, quiet;
standard, 1014c; choice, 1014c;. fancy, 12c.
Retains, steady; loose, muscatels, 74c;
choice to fancy seeded, 714c; teedlcts, $49
10 Vie; London layers, $1.80,
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Cash Oorn Continues in Active
Demand, With Result that
Prices Hold Firm With
Omaha, July 11, 1117.
The cash corn situation continued Very
autlve with fairly heavy arrival! whllt tht
wheat market waa very dull with light
arrival! and the trade in oata wat active
but the arrivals of this cereal were very
light tnd only a comparatively small num
ber of salea were reported.
There wee very little Improvement In the
cash wheat situation as far as the demand
wae concerned and the only evidence of
any Inquiry waa from a few ot the local
milling flrma. The market was, however,
firm and prices ruled nominally, teveral
oentt above tht quotation! of the previous
day. with tome of the No, t hard selling at
$1.60, while the No. 4 hard told at $3.46.
The demand tor corn waa excellent and
tht white variety, which hat been Hated for
several daya ae a premium article, told at
new high levels, the better gride celling
tt $1.06, while the No. 4 grade brought
Tellow eorn told a trifle elower than the
other grtdet but tht demand for thlt otrtal
waa atrong enough to take care of the ar
rivals at sharply higher prices, the better
grades bringing from $1.99 to $8.00, while
the bulk ot the mixed brought $1.99,
The oata market waa strong at an advance
ot 1 to to and all gradra of thlt cereal aold
very readily on (he advance, the No. 3
white celling at 16c, while the etandard
brought 75U 076140, and No. 4 white told
Rye and barley were quiet with no tr
rivals and rye wat quoted nominally un
changed while barley ruled nominally from
etrady to 1 cento lower.
Clearance! were: Wheat and flour equal
to 93,000 bu.) eats, 463,000 bu.
Primary wheat receipt! were $77,000 bu..
and shipment!, 181,000 bu. against receipts of
1.349,000 bu., and shipments of 701,000 bu.
Primary corn receipt were 830,000 bu.,
and shipments, 434,000 bu. against reoelpts
ot $51,000 bu,, and ohtpmenta of 111,000 bu.
Primary oatt receipt! were 416,000 bu.,
tnd shipments, 617,000 bu. against receipts
of 694.000 bu., and shipments ot 787,000 bu.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago I 7$ 124
Minneapolis ..... $$
Omaha I $7 16
Kansas City .. . ...
St. Loult , $0 $3 37
Wlnnlpog ...... .... $61 ... ...
These talet were reported today:
Wheat No. 1 hard winter: 1-1 car,
(smutty). $3.60. No. 4 hard winter: 1-3 car,
$3.45. Wheat and rye: 1 ear, $2.40. No.
$ durum: 3-3 car, $1.00.
Rye Sample: 1-1 car. $1.00.
Corn No. I whlttl $ ears, $3.08. No. 3
white: 1 cart, $1.08. No. 4 white: 1 car.
13.05. Sample white: 1 car, $1.96. No. 1
yellow: IMj cart, $2.00; $-3 car (shipper's
weights), $1,99. No. t yellow: 9 cart,
Il.tlH. No. 4 ytllow: 1 car, $t.$9H; $
cart, $1.19. No. I mixed: 16 can. $1.19.
No. $ mixed: 1 cara. $1.99. No. 4 mlxid: 1
car. $1.99. No. 1 mlxsd: 1 car, H HV No.
$ mlxsd: 1 car, $1.99. Sample mlxedi 1-$
ctr (shipper! weights), $1,914.
Oats Standard; 1 car, 76ttei 1 ear, T6o;
t ear, 76,io. No. 1 white: I cara, 16c. No.
4 white: 1 car, fSHet 1 oar. 14He. Sample
white: 8 care, 76Uot 1 ear, 15 1401 1 car
(shtpper'l weights), 76n.
Omaha Cash Prlcet Wheat: No. 1 hard
$1.6691.60t No. 1 hard. $3.4901.56. Corn:
No. 1 white, $3.05Vi91.06; No. 1 white,
$1.05 9 $.06; No. 4 white. $3.04 HO $05; No.
6 white, $1.04OI.04H: No. 1 white, $3,039
3.04; No. $ yellow, $l.$9O$.00; No. 1 yel
low, $1.9991.9911; No. 4 yellow, 31.9810
1.99H; No. 6 yellow, $1,98191.99; No.
yellow, 81.9891.981; No. 2 mixed, $1.9814
9199; No. 8 mixed, $1,98191 99; No. 4
mixed, $1.9891,99; No. 6 mixed, $1,980
1.984t No. I mixed, $1.979 1 99. Oats: No.
1 white, 7649 7610: standard, 15H07$He;
No. 1 white, 7614 076c; No. 4 while, 744
764,0. Barley: Malting, $1.3091.40; No. 1
feed, $1.8091.25. Ryt: No. I, $1.1691.11;
No. $, $3.3898.26.
Local range of optlona:
Art. Open. I High. Low.l Close. Tee.
Wht. TT T
July 1 15 2 15 226 I IS 233
Sop. 1 09 2 09 209 2 09 200
Sep. 161 1 $3 161 1 68 1631
Dec. .113. 1131111 1181114
Sep. 6614 6714 851 87 li 6614
Dec, 64 67 644. 67 $64
Chicago clotting prices, furnished The Bee
by Logan A Bryan, atoek and grain broken.
816 Bouth Sixteenth street Omaha!
Art, Open. High. Low. Close, Tea,
WhtT"" 1 K "
July 2 16 2 41 328 t 40 33$
Sep. 1 041 1 13 3061 3 10 30$
Corn. . . i
Sep. 1 611 1 $141 161 1 $1 140
Dec, 1144 1 13H113H 1144 1144
May 11314 1134 11114 11314 11144
July ' " TO 494 70t( 4914
Sep, 654 614 664 6414 664
Deo. $714 674 $$ 571 164
July 41) 4$ 40 40 40 80 40 40 40 40
Bep. $$ $0 $ 1$ St 11 11 1$ 31 16
July $0 20 IS 10 20 20 10 SO 20 $7
Sep. 10 $5 10 16 20 10 20 45 20 11
July! Jl Ut 11 1214 21 12 21 3214 21 83
Sep. II 10 81 10 91 10 91 60 21 61
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Anxiety Over Approach of Last July De
livery Day Brings Upturn.
Chicago, July 19. Anxiety over the near
approach ot the last delivery day on July
contracts and In regsrd to scarcity of tup
pllet with which obligations of tellert eould
bt fulfilled, brought about notable upturnt
todiy In prices for whttt, corn and oata.
Wheat closed firm tt a net advanoe of 40
to 14o, corn finished unchanged to lHo
higher and oats gained 4o to l4c. In pro
visions tht outcome varied from unchanged
flguret to 17o decline.
Assertion! that owing to excessively dry
weather In North Dskota wheat would not
yield mors than halt a crop this season
did a good deal to worry shorta In the
wheat market. Attempts to buy showed that
virtually no wheat wat for tale except at
quotatloni about equal to what carload lots
on the tnekt would command. July optlona
wert accordingly bid up at a rapid rate and
there wat no stop until they had toared
36c above Tueaday'a close and 1(0 up since
yeatsrday. Beara ware handlrapped mean
while by the fact that primary recelpti wtrt
only about one-quarter as large aa a year
ago and that millers wert reporting an In
creased demand for flour and greatly re
Corn prlcet ran up to new high records
both for Immediate and futurt deliveries,
The September option reached to wl.hln 1 14c
of the limit allowed under the Board of
Trade war emergency rules. Scantiness of
arrivals and of rural offerlnga were the
dominating factort and wert more than suf
ficient to offset the bearish Influence of
soaking ralni that fell In parta of Kansas
and Oklahoma. Offers by neutral govern
ment! to resell corn at the seaboard made
no Impression here, hut late In the session
renewed peace talk caused a moderate re
action, Unfavorable orop reports from Canada and
North Dakota did not hoist the value of
oats.' Fears were expressed, too, that car
shortage would Interfere with (he move
ment of the new crop.
Liquidating sales by holders of lard weak
ened provisions. On the break, however,
packers came to the support of tha market
Wheat: 2 red, 3 red, 2 and 8 hard, nomi
nal. Corn: No. I yellow, $3.0592.06: No. I
yellow, $3.0692.064; No. 4 yellow, $2,044.
Oats: No. $ white, 7897914c: standsrd, 714
979lc. Rye, nomlnsl. Barley, $1.2691.60.
Seed: Timothy, $4.0097.60: clover. $12.A0(3
17.00. Provisions: Pork. $40.40. Lard, $10.16
920.23. Ribs, $21.00921.60.
Butter Unchanged: receipts. 14.810 tubt.
Potatoet Lower; recelpte, 60 cars: Vlr.
glnla, barrels, $4.6094.76; Kansas, Illinois
and Ohio, sacks, $1.4091.50; Tennessee,
Poultry Alive, unchanged.
St, Louie Live Stock Market.
St. Louis, July It. Cattle Recelpti. 4,
$00; market steady; natlvt beef steers, $7.60
f 18.73; yearlings steers and heifers, $8,609
18.60; cows, $6.00910.60: stocken and feed
ers, $(.O09$.6O; prime southern beef iteers,
89.00912.26; beef cows and helfors, $4,269
9.00; prime yearling steers snd heifers, $7.60
910.00; native calves, $6.00914.00,
Hogt Recelpti, 7,800; market steady;
lights, $14.76915 25: Plff". $10.00914.75;
mixed and butchers, $14.90916 66; good
heavy. $16.40915 65; bulk, $16.00915.45.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,700; market
steady; lambs, 26c higher, $10,600
16.60; ewes. $8.0098.60: cannert, $4,000
4.60; choppers, $6.0096.60.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
Kansas City, July 19. Cattle Receipts.
11,000; market tteady; prime fed steers,
$12.75913.60; dressed beet steers, $10,000
12.50: western steers, $9.00912.60; cows,
$6.0099.60; heifers. $7.60913.00: stockert
and feeders, $6.60912.60; bulls, $6.6098,50;
Hogs Receipts, 5,000; market higher)
bulk, $14.66916.60; heavy, $16.30916.65;
packers and butchers. $15.00916,90; light,
$14.56915 20; ptga. $12.60914.00.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 2,000; market
higher; lambs, $16.00916 76; yearlings,
$10.00911.60; wethers, $8.60910.00; ewet,
NEW YOjK. STOCKS
Depreciation of Prices Causes
Wall Street Business to
Dwindle to Minor
New York, July II. Builnest on the
stock exchange today dwindled to minor
proportions, tha stagnation being attended
by further substantial depreciation of
prlcea. Foreign eventt ttsumed greater spec
ulative Importance, lateat dltturbancea In
Russia and tht changes in the British cabi
net furnishing the bean with new ma
The trend of the money market was not
calculated to Inspire confidence In' local
monetary conditions. Call loam wert agtln
renewed at t per cent bat long-time accom
modations, though quotably easier,' were
less readily negotiated because ot the In
creasing scarcity of available funds.
Industrial shares owsd much of their fur
ther depression to the deadlock concerning
the long deferred queatlon ot war prices
and taxes, shippings were at leaat moder
ately affected for related reasons and con
flicting dividend rumors helped to restrain
any bullish activity in rails, St Paul, how
ever, making up part of yesterday tevere
United Stitet Sttt! fell to 111, at which
quotation mtny itop lot orden wtrt dis
lodged, but closed at 1194, a net lost of
1 point, klndrtd stocks yielding t,o tht tame
or greater extent. Motort tnd their sub
sidiaries wtrt heaviest ot any Issues at a
group. Btudebaktr losing 4 polntt t 124,
Its minimum for over a year, and General
Moton, 14 points, with 14 polntt for
United State! Rubber and 1 polntt for Ktl-ley-Sprlngfleld
Coppert retcted 1 to $ polntt, Inspira
tion being extensively offered it the great-
eat concession, and high grade tqulpmentt
like General Iltctrit tnd New York Air
Brake, lost 3 to $ polntt.
Tobaccos. Oils. Sugar, and TTtllltlet, In
cluding local tractions and Peoples' Cat,
were the object! ot occasional bear attack
at 1 to t polti decline. Final quotations
were variably abort lowest Itvelt except for
Coalers, Reading displaying marked heavi
ness. Total sales amounted to 145,000 sharer
Rubles and Russian government bonds,
despite adverse Petrograd advlcea, rallied
from yesterday' minimum price. Conti
nental exchanges were unaltered.
Bondt were Irregular, tome of the minor
railways Including Denver A Rio Grande re
funding tt hardening. Liberty $4t tgtin
ranged from $9.40 to 99.46. Total talet,
par value, wer $$.660,000,
United State bonds wtrt unchanged on
Number ef tale and rang ot prices ot
Bale. High. Low. Close.
Am. Beet Sugar... 1.604 40 19 8Mt
Am. Can 8 100 474 44 47
Am. Car A Fdry.,, 1.000 78 744 74 H,
Am, Locomotive .. 1,800 70 184 CI
Am. Smelt A Rfg. $.400 101 1004 101 '1
Am. Sugar Rfg,,,. 8,400 1334 181 12$
Am. Tel. A Tel.... 600 130 1104 120
Am. Z. L. A Steel . 200 344 14 lis
Anaconda Copper.. 11,100 774 " 4 764
Atohiton 100 lot 1004 1004
At G. A W. X. 8. S. 100 1074 10$ 106
Baltimore A Ohio,, 1,700 7$ 724 724
Butte A Sup. Cop.. $00 174 $74 38
Cel. Petroleum , 16
Canadian Paclflo.. $00 181 1614 16114
Central Leather... 8,100 144 It 4 $41
C. M. A Bt P 1,600 114 $7 44 1,
Chicago A N. W... ,,,,, 104S
C, R. J. A P. etfa, 100 11 $04 I0
Chlno Copper...,, 1,100 II 4 II II
Colo. Fuel A Iron, 600 4714 4744 47V
Corn Prod. Rfg.., (.800 174 , 114 14V,
Crucible Steel,...,. 21,000 7114 774 I
Cuba Can Sugar., 1,100 41 401 404
Pis. Beourltlet..... 1,100 1414 4Vi II
Erl 1 601 1614 1$ If
Otn. Electrlo .... 1,100 1614 1411 1104
Oeneral Motor..,, 11,400 11614 111V4 11414
Gr, North, pfd.... 1,100 1064 104 1I4$4
Gt North. Ore, etfa 4,900 114 1$ 334
Illlnol Central.... ., ..... Jos
Intplr. Copper.,,,, 11,700 $1 114 $1
Int. M. M. pfd.,.. 1,700 1614 114 $414
Inter. Nickel.,,.,. 1,100 $1 U u
inter. Paper 0 $34 1344 $
K. O. Southern,.., , , - 11
Kennecott Copper... 1,800 4214 41 41
Loult. A Nash 1,000 1274 134 1264
Maxwell Motor... 1,300 864 414 $4
Mexican Petroleum $.700 9V4 $84 ISS
Miami Copper...., 1,900 48 114 194
Missouri Paclflo... 1,300 Jl- It 81 V,
Montana Power., ,1 ,...'11
Ntvada Copper,,.. 800 11 114 II
N. Y. Central...... 1.200 II . 884 19 '
N. Y., N, H, A U... - 600 V344 $94 '$414
Norfolk A Wett... . lv
Northern Paolflo.,' 1 800 10144 lil 1OOT4
Paclflo Mall , 300 364 164 364
Pao. Tel. A Tel. S3
Pennsylvania ..... 700 .6314 634 6314
Pittsburgh Coal... 1 800 64 634 63S
Ray Con. Cop , 1,300 87 364 Ufa
Reading 19,000 , 15 4 93 V 441,
Rep. Iron A Steel,, 1,000 174 68 1 87
Shattuck Arl. Cop 600 2414 134 134,
Southern Pacific, 1,400 $14 II 43',
Southern Railway, 1,000 174 174 27'.
Btudebaktr Corp. 11,400 6( 634 544
Ttxat Co, 1,100 111 185 1864
Union Paclflo 1,600 1864 135 . 1164 '
U. B. Ind. Aloohol 4,800 1674 16$ 16714
U. S. Steel ..151,800 1104 1H 1114
U. B. Steel, pfd.... 100 1114 1114 111
Utah Copper 1,400 101 101 S 10144
Wabaih pfd. "B" 164;
Wett Electrlo 1,000 484 48 4114
Total taltt for tht, day 141,000 ahare.
New York Monty Market.
New Tork, July 1$. Mercantlit paper,
$4,76. . ...
Sterling Exchange Sixty day bills, $4.73;
commercial sixty day bills on banks, $4.714;
commercial sixty day bill, $4.71 Hi demand,'
$4,754! cable, $4,75 7-16.
Sliver Bar, 7940. Mexican dollars, 4314c
Bondt Government, Heady; railroad. Ir
'rime Loans Easier; tlxty day and ninety
days, 44944 per eent; alx months, 44 6
Call Money Firm 1 high, $ per eent; low,
44 per cent; ruling, 1 per cent; laat loan, i
per cent: clotlng bid, 44 per eent; offered at
6 per cent,
UTs. la, reg.... $64"I. C. f. 4.... I4T4
do coupon... I641nt, M. M. Is.,.. 14
U.S. Is, reg.,.. 91 K. C. B. r. 6s,.. 1,1 .
do coupon.... II L. A N. un. 4s.. 104
U. M.4s, rsg....,104 4M. K. A T. lat 4 694
do coupon. ...1044M. P, gen. 4s. .1. 697i
Panama 9s coup. 80 Mont, Power 6s..' 96
Am. For. Sec. 5s 944N. Y. (J. d. 6s.. 104',
A. T. A T. a $1 99 NY P. 4t....i.,. 87,
Anglo-French 61 98T4N. P. 8s.,.,.... 63
Armour Co. 44 9940. B. L. r. 4s.. 18
Atchison gen. 4 81 14 Penh. e. 44.. 102 '
B. A O. 4s...... l44"Penn. con. 44t 46
Cent, Leather 5a 91 Reading gen. 4i 10V
Central Pac. lat 84 St.L. A S.F.a.lt., I6T4
C. A O. ov. tt 67 4H. P. ov. 61..,. 1914
C. B. A Q. . 41 II14S. P. r. 4 4'4
CM. A St. P. g.ttaS. R. 61 97V
CM. A 8t.P.g.44 98 T, A P. lit.... i
C.B.I. A P. r. 4t 71 U. P. 4 1114,
C. A 8. r. 44i 71 4 V, P. ev. 4t.... It ..
D. A . G. r. It 67 U. 8. Rubber 6t 8614
D. ot C. 61 1131 17 U. B. Steel 6s. .104 .
Erie gen. 4s.... tl4Wabish 1st.... 100 'i
Gen. Kloc. 6s.. 108 West. Union 44s It's
G. N. 1st 44s,, 154 Bid. "Offered.
New York Oeneral Market. .
New York, July 11. Flour Market firm
er; spring patent!, $11.66911.10; winter
ments, 913.00912.36; winter gtralgbta,
11.40911.16; Kamai straight,- $12.40t
Wheat Spot ttrong: No, 1 bard. $2.70
f, o. b. Gulf.
CornSpot strong; No. 1 yellow. 11.14 t.
I. f. New York. .
Oats Spot ttrong; ttandard, $60.
Feed Unsettled; weitern bran, 100 sound
tacks, $16.76; standard middlings, 45.60;
city bran, 100 pound tackt, $38.00.
Lard Easy; middle wett $19.60011.6.
Butter Market firm; recelpti, 10,861
tubs; creamery higher than extras,- 1114 9
40o; creamery txtral, $3 icore, 19c; firsts, ,
$749184o; leoonds, 15017c.
Eggs Market weak; reoelpts, 11,100 Calea;
fresh gathered extrai, 33939c; extra first,
3637o; firsts, 34935'4c; seconds, 81033c.
Cheese Market unsettled; receipt 1,829;
ttate fresh speclalt, 83 i 022c; do. average
run, 22 4 9224e.
Poultry Dressed: Market firm: chickens,
26927c; fowls, 22o; turkeys, 16c,
Kansai City General Market,
Kansas City, M04 July II. Wheat No. I,
hard, ll.669t.66; No. I red, $2.1693.40;
July, $2.45; September, $3.13.
Corn No. 2 mixed, I2.O092.OI; No. I
white, $3.10; No. 1 yellow, $2.0192.02; July,
$2.00; September, $1.62.
Oats No. 2 white. 194980c: No. t mixed.
London Stock and Bond.
London, July 19. American aeeurittea
wer Irregular on the stock exchange today.
Silver Bar, 404d per ounce.
Money $404 per oent
Discount Rates Short bills, 44 per eent
three month bills, 4 13-14 per eent
Oil Expected at 1052 Feet
Well No. 3 Down - - f t
Monday It Goes On the Curb
You Can Buy Now
PAWHUSKA OIL at 25c
With erafuelne well and aitre trltllns I sr.
diet thlt atecK iheuie nil tt $1. Win year
rdn. Ltt ramlttssst fellow.
74 Broadway New York City
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