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I tibl OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1917.
FOR RENT HOUSES
6-ROiW. K-.iory house, all modern. S0,
3103 Franklin; vacant Oct. IS, TeL .
I'sp-TRUOM modern ta.ul side doubt
nouso, iwnn park Walnut 1142.
6-RuOM COTTAGE, modern except ha
1603 N 17th. 118. Wcbeter 671.
1716 OHIO 7-room house, modern, lit per
month. Phon Webstar 4309.
FOR RENT Furniehed i-room cottage,
modern? io n. nth: i:T.so.
01 S. JSTH B'f , eight rooms, modern, new
fnrnaoa. low rent, P, K. liar. 114 Ramge
'Jg. pu- '
FOR RENT -room house, hot water heat,
3 bath rooms, on car line. 1141 Park
Ave. Phone H. 349$.
I-ROOM house, modern except heat, 1)1 S.
lt8t. J0. H. 1705.
6-ROOM COTTAGE, modern
IOOM cottage for rent at
treet Call Webster 1174.
cottage, modern except heat. 1743
8. th. Bargain. Douglas 119.
HOUSES AND COTTAG1S8.
7-r.. JE05 Pierce St
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
OWNER. LEAVING - CITY
MUST SELL ALL
Household roods, dishes, silverware, ate,
II fancy bred chickens, 100 pair of pigeons,
splendid chicken and pigeon pens and
houses; dandy five-room home, strictly
modern aicept heat; large lot; two blocks
to arhool; close to car. Biggest bargain
In city for 13,000. Will take 11,400 to
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
i m. .Nan. Hank Bid. Tyler 46
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN. I FARM AND RANCH LANDS
SIX-ROOM, NEW, NIFTY
$700 Down Price $4,100
Chotc south front, close to car; seleoted
oak floors and finest tiled bathroom floor,
clothes chute, all built-in effects. You
should lea this; big sacrifice. Call Tyler
OSBORNK, T01 Omaha Nt'l. Bk. Bldg.
l-r., ISO 8. 24th Ave
t-r287 Saratoga St
1309 California St......
S-r.. 933 8. 31st Ave
T.r., 17 S. 36th St
l-r., 811 8. Jth St.....
I-r., HOI N. 17th
.r., 7i Mneoin Blvd.
-r.. SOU Dewey Ave..
7-r 1026 S. 30th Ave..
s-r.. 223 Park Ave
--.,. Ull Chicago St......
10-r., 1331 Podge St..,.,,,
MODERN EXCEPT HEAT.
4-r.,3J16 N, 24tj St
10-r.. 70 8. J3tb St..
PORTER A SHOTWJCLU
.101 . ITth St. Pquk (013
OFFICES WITH HOME J9VIrtEfl8.
134 N. 14th. St., I rm., mod., 130.09.
3181 Burt St,. T rms.. mod., 127.60.
Ill N. 30th alt.. 9 ms., mod.. 187.10.
7U,,8t- 4 ", mod. ex. het,
JJ15 Chleago, 10 rms., mod. 'ex. heat, $40
iS"rI,t " ex. heat, barn,
2 o ffl 8t" rmi' woa- in,
01 Park Ava.. rms.. all mnA n an
I!! 2- 5 ' I tm nea o.oo.
" "n at., rms, mod, ex
Si?.?"1 T - 135.00,
Sw,l,iv.l,worth' rm- mod.,' 119.00.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO.
. 1108 Dodge St.
SEB THESE) LOW RENSNAtvT
1547-49-51 N. nth. 7 and l-r. rood, ex,
....... u car nne, cioso in: good repair
fine location for dwelling -,.., k,
hoarding. Hi each. Neat 5-r. cottage, good
M lisw.med. 1818 N loth, 120; ,tre re.
moq., laso H. Z71U. 120,
4-r., part mod., 137 8. 14th, 110. -r., pari
mod., 2512 Rees. $5. 11 other, ti i
McKltrlck Real Estate Co., 316 Ramge
UIU MASON ST.. 6 rnrm trttl -.,..
-ery comfortable house and easy to heat)
VSA !lfl sl- 5-room eottage. Rant 111
" oii. o-room cottage. Rent 115.
v"uiin5 oi., rooms. Kent 139.
GILBERT C. LOOMI8.
too Mcuaguo Bldg, Doug. 179,
NlCii 7-room flat, 1117 Cumlnir
l-room house, 2511 Decatur St..
JOHN W. ROBBIN8. 1301 FARNAM 8T.
261K CAPITOL Ave.. 9-r.. all mnri tii
mi Bancroft. 4-r., mod. ex. heat, fjt.lt.
""P jiv iveeime amg. Tyler 731,
Houses In all parts of the c.ttv
- CREIGH, SONS & CO., SOS Bee Bldg
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
630 PARK AVE, '
Now rady for occupancy, sightly
location, rooms witn o-room ac
commodtion. strictly modern In
every detail. Fire and sound-proof
SEXMA REALTY & CONSTRUC
Dofigfei 9m:; ; Harney "182!.'
; THE BOgWORIH.
; 2217,19 HOWARD ST. -
roams and bath, furnlahsd or unfur.
Dished, $85 and $40K winter rates.
Tyler jiit.' 833 Becurltles BJdf!
CLOSE In rooms, , suitable fc studio, effioe,
dentist, dressmaker, etc, with living rms.
MJolnlng.'g. f. HaU; 414 Ramge. D, 7406.
4th and Harney, f-rpom apartments. Call
Harney, 647. -
APARTMENTS, all sizes and prices, splen
did loaatlon, 84th and Farnam', D. 1473.
ONE elegant 3 and" 6-roora apt. Wsb, 7311
ana Web, 4321. . -.
BEAUTlFpfc 4-room, apartment, walking
distance; Janitor, heat, etc.; $40 susimar,
...... WUKfr, vovs'M e.
fBRS TRUSf COMPANYr
BttsHallsts In Apartment Management.
FOR RENTBusineta Prop'ty
topHtp RgAX-'TT COMPANY (Realtors.J
.Theater Jlu'ranee. ,
Douglas 5343. gun Theater Bldg-
fOR .RBNt--110e't "i: Ith- Bt," two: stor
rooms, good busttst Ipcation. Inquire
11218. th St.
P SMALL stqrvOhlcaga" St:, "near'lStb, $2(.
yt. r. pieooins, joiu cnicayo pi.
STORE" on" lith " stret, near postoffic.
r. ptabblns. lm Chigag nt.
Office and Desk Room.
WlXIi"reni private office to stenographer
doing, p.ukllp work with telephone service
for a few hours work each (Jay. Ad
dress Bo' 7877,' Bee. t
LOW-PRICED mod. of floes, Farnam Bldg.,
Jl Farnam, (Old 1st Wat. Bank Bldg.
FIRST TRUST CQ., (Realtors.) Tyler SOjl
WANTED TO RENT
Urtfurni.hed Apartments and Flats.
WB want more houses and apartments to
tent The tact that we have practically
cleared us our big list la conclusive proof
t the efftptepcy of our rental service, if
you want to keep four place tented see
Payne A Slater Co., Omaha Rental Men,
til Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Poug. 1011.
Furnished Apartments andHousea.
BOOMS WANTED Unmarried man want
to find a comfortabjy heated room with
breakfast, and fitpper. Box 7113. Omaha
Bee. - - ' " r -t
MOVING AND STORAGE
GORDON VAN CO,
All modern bungarow. south front, paved
street, all on one floor; fine condition;
large chicken pens, fruit, etc.; near best
school; three blocks to car Una.
Owner moves on acreage will take
$4,000 for quick sale; $1,509 cash will
Osborne T01 Omaha Nat. Bit. Bid. Ty. 49.
2823 DAVENPORT ST.
Living room, dining room, den and
kitchen first floor, 3 large sleeping rooms
and bath second floor; strictly modern,
furnace heat, full basement, garage. Price
$4,100; reasonable terms.
145-7-1 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bid. Tyler 0
PRICE ONLY $3,800
Owner leaving city and Is sacrificing
one of the nicest five-room bungalows
In the city. Strictly modern In every de
tail,' Oak finish; splendid lot, 50x110;
assy walking dlstani-e) $u00 will handle
thla snap. Don't wait, come and see us
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
701 Om Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tyler 4.
FOR SALE A splendid 6 -room cottage In
Clalrmont district, $3,000; your own
terms If sold now.
INTERSTATE REALTY CO.,
113-14 City National, Douglas 2811.
4 EOOMS. city water, electrlo lights, i
large corner lots, southwest of Hanseem
Park; $109 cash; balance monthly. Wal
6.33 ACRES FRUIT"
Will Consider Exchange
in the prettiest and most highly Im
proved section of keystone. Park. A fine
view, overlooking Benson; 4-roont new
nouse, run easement, garage, barn, mod
em poultry house; 109 rasnberry bushes.
COO gooseberry bushes, 1,000 asparagus:
strawberries; cherry, apple, plum and
pear trees ; grapes; fenced and cross
fenced, balance cultivated. Will consider
5-room up-to-dste house in Omsha as part
payment, uui Tyier to and ask for Mr.
Manville, Sunday, Walnut $47$,
HASTINGS & HEYDEN (Realtors),
OMAHA LIYE STOCK
Jordan v&llsiv ntn1tA. nrasrun. 11 ADA
- SSronrroo"ob.r'"t "" Nm Ordinary Run of Cattle Finds
HARLEY J. BOOKER.
149 First Nat. Bsnk Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
FOR SALE 5C acres H mile from Dodge
St.; I miles from Omaha. D. Weasmann.
name . nenson. Web. .
BEAUTIFUL DUNDEE H0ME7
S rooms and larce aarae. on ih ha.t
treat In Dundee! convenient to both car
lines; family going to the Blacksone. For
price ana looeupn see
ALLEN tc BARRETT,
513 Bee Bldg. Douglaa T76S.
LANDS AT fair value assured by Chamber
of commerce. New plans to settle and
develop the moat fertile lands of South
Texas Immediately adjacent fine market
farming and dalrylug demonstration un
der our direction. Only approved lands
ot ie red lor sale. If you want to own a
farm write for booklet J, Agricultural
ept, tnamoer of commerce, Houston,
GOOD corn land. East Texas, 35 an sore.
(let my free book.
W 8 FRANK. 201 Neville Blnrk,Omha.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURMTl'RE. planoa and notes as security.
I4U, no,, H. goods, total cost. 13.50,
140, I mo., Indorsed notes, total eost, 11.19
Smaller, large am'ts proportions! rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOC1KTT.
431 Rose Bldg., lth and Farnam, Ty. I.
Prices Uneven; Hogs
Hold Steady; Sheep
Omaha, Oot I. HIT.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep,
Well located lots on easy terms. Mod
ern, attractive homus. Before buying be
pura unit ere
GEORGE & CO.
kOMES end 'home sites ' In Dundee.
SHULER A CART. 104 Keellne. P. 5074.
t.ay payments. Utmost privacy
340 fsiton Bldg. Tel. Doug, 2191.
OMAHA LOAN COMPANY.
DIAMONDS amTjTwelry loans at iH and
IH per centr private booths, w, C. Flatau,
0l securities (Rose) Bldg. Tyler 150,
ACREAGE FOR SALE.
By nonresident who Is In town and
wishes to dispose of same while here. Oood
tract, fair Improvements. If Interested
call In person for Ulnar at Her Grand
Our new acreage addition southwest of
the Field club. Aqres, half acres, quarter
acres; easy terms.
THE BVRON BEBD CO.,
Phone Dourlas 217. 313 a. 17th 8 1.
FIVE acres west of Elmwood Bark, ideal
suburban home site; could be subdivided.
There Is a real future to this. Let me
show you. Telephone Walnut 1461.
" ' 1 ' .1 . ,
$2,800 EASY TERMS
Buys 1817 Lake St., a leven-room
house with 72-foot frontage; pav
ing all paid; $300 cash; $30 a month
This is a bargain.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
919-20 City National.
$25 PER MONTH
Near ISth and Ames, modern cottage,
I rooms and bath en the first floor. One
room finish en two floors. Large lot,
10x120, east front, If sold owner will
sacrifice It for $3,100. This Is a snap.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
1ST Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug 1TS1,
KOUNTZE PLACE HOME
v Seven rooms with sun room; hat water
heat with garage one-half block to car)
only built a few seasons. This Is strictly
ftrst.elsss. Will sacrifice. Douglas 1881
Travw Bros.. 819 First National Bank.
KWNTZB -Plaoe" bargains' owner " leaving
enyi f-r. niricuy moaern; oait iinisn,
double garage; only 14,200. Let ua show it
to sou. ... ;. .
F. P. WEAD, 816 8. ISth St,
JBLEOANT, new, strictly, modern 7-room
residence, 1 blocks south of Miller Park,
l.09::j)artcsh,;.'baiance terms,- Inquire
jos.. rtcK, imp .juvaaa BfWebr
Real Estatci Loans and Mortgagee
v arm and city loans, running from five
to twenty years; Intereet I per cent. 6H
per tent and I per cent PETERS TRUST
w., ion farnam Bt. Omaha, Neb.
I j, uup mtuhj. bearing lit Pt seml-ann,
secured by property valued at 112,000,
Talmage-Loomls Inv. Co., W. O. w, Bldg.
H. w. bind"eST
Money on hand for mortagaga loans.
iuy national pank Bldg, I
BHOPEN CO,, PRIVATE MONET.
FARM and elty loans. I, i and I psr oent.
Thomas, Keellne Bldg,
to 119.009 MADE oromntlv: F. tl.
weaa, weao mag., nth ana Farnam Bta,
MONEY to loan on improved (arms' and
ranenea. moke Investment Co.. Omaha.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NBB, FARMS,
u-K. alarm jt, . jb. c lOlf Omaha Nat'l,
NO DEL AT IN CLOSING LOANS.
w. T, GRAHAM, 104 Bee Bids'.
MONET HARRISON A MORTOtf,
sis umana Mat. Sank Bldg.
CITV OARVIN BRO"a7
LOANS. Om. Nat Bk. Bids-.
LOW RATESC. O. CARLBERO, ill Bran-
Aiianr rxing. u. sis
Stocks and Bonds
WE OFFEft $41,900 Brpy oounty bends to
net the Investor 4H per oent. Bonds are
In denominations of fl.OOO and mature In
two to tl yesra. We recommend them as
' Investment, a K. Lougee, Jne., 138
' A.' U WRIOHT.
Flatlron Hotel, Doug. 1711.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
v . South.
ONE; tiroom a.'hd. one 4-room cpttgjie," botlt
on one 101; line ponait: p; live n one anq
rant the Other. Price for both, 13,760,
very easy terms. No. 2438 8. 20th, Bt
W Bee Bldg, ' Phone Douglas 4270.
ST. JOHN'S PARISH.
f-raom, new, full 2-story home, oak; fn.
isn, nicety aacoraiea. Beautiful rixttirss,
full basement, a nice south front, 1 block
to 8t. John'a ehurcb, and ear Hna, Price
245-7-1 Omaha Nat'l. Bk. Bldg. Tyler 0.
I reoms, all modern except heat; only
built a few seasons. Price, $1,200,
TRAVER BROS., 819 let Nat'l Bk,
pRANO new 6-r., all mod., oak finished
bungalow, food location, -north, fide, price
$3,100. Cash or terms, or will take light,
nearly new auto op to $1,009 as part pay
ment Call Tyler 721 days, or Web. 4661
"C'.AS8Y"BttN0fALGW." ' "
Flve.room bungalow, classy outside and
inside. Price $3,850) reasonable term.
' BENSON CARM1CHAEL.
4J Paxton Blk. : Douglas 1731.
W. FARNAM 6M1TH & CO., "
. Real Estate and Insurance.
1829 Farnam 8t " " Doug. 1984.
l9f 1st Natl Bk. Bldg.
- D. 1TI4.
REAL ESTATE- To Exchange
WE HAVE client who owns a section In
Sioux county, Nab., represented as being
good farm land; no sand pr rock. Pries
$20 per acre, WIU take, a food home la
on thla land..
E. P. 8NOWDEN 80N,
423 S. ISth Bt.- D, 1371,
HAVS several choice, raw quarters In east
ern Jiiamunas I o., h. u., close la ADer
deen, $37.10 to $45 per acre; wheat 30' to
30 bushels per acre-, will consider small
Omaha property or auto or houses as part
payment B. N. Clausen, 521J N. 88th Ave.
LOTS "IN WASHINGTON," D. &, with
small' buildings, ))oth, rented; front on
Union St Owner lives In Nebraska; will
exchange for Omaha, city property er Ne
braska farm land. j. J, Meltck, 1519
City National Bank. - Douglas til.
Packing, storage and moving,
319 N. 11 to St, Phen Doug
METROPOLITAN VAN AND
Expert services; pTonipt attention. Tour
moving, your paoklng, your storage. -Main
Office, Central Furniture Store,
31th and Howard. Tel. Doug. T78i.
- Separate locked - rooms for household
foods. and pianos; moving, packing an
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
102 S 16th.. Douglas 4168,
Phone Douglas $88 for complete
list ef vaoant houses and apart
meats. Also for storage, moving.
16th and Jackson Sis.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service in moving, packing and
taring, eat Tyler 289 er Douglae 4338.
1207 Farnam 8t.
Etpress Co., Moving
Packing and Storage,
Web. 2741. Doug. 8148.
OUR BUSINESS IS MOVING. ,
Large van, two men, $1.50 per hour.
MAQGARD'S 8TORAOE CO. Doug. 1498.
REAL ESTATE Investment
BEE US FOR INVESTMENT AND
A. P. TUUET & SON,
' III First Nat'l Bank Bldg.
SHERIDAN, Dawes, Rack and Dundy Co.
Improved ranches, clear, tor gai pr ax
change. I. 8. R. B. MONTGOMERY,
Douglas 4810. 627 City Nat. Bank Bldg.
840 ACRES fine grass land In Blaine Co
nicely Improved, 111 per acre, for home
In Omaha- 803 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
FOR SALE OR TRADE For Texas land,
160 acres timber land In Oregon. E. J
Smith. McAllen. Tex. '
INVESTIGATE toy system, Omaha Realty
Trartln Co-t 18 Patterson Blk, Tyler ?68.
AFTER looking at MINNE"I.USA' 309 dlf
ferent buyers decided thHt It the best
proposition on the market and they
backed their Judgment by buying lots.
IF YOU wilt come out today you will
understand why the others are buying.
CHARLES W. MARTIN & CO.,
743 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tyler 187.
MINNE LUSA Nice lot en Titus Ave., near
24th St., can be bought at a bargain. This
lot must be gold. Call owner evenings.
Beautiful 50-foot lots. Price $239. only
$2 cash and $9 cents per week. Doug. $393.
WB HAVE several good reliable buyers for
I and 4 -room heuseg and bungalows with
$309 to $599 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co.. Tyler 414. 701 Omaha Nat Bank
LISTING bouses to rent or sell on smell caeh
payments: have parties waiting Western
Real Estate. 413 Karbacn B)kCjjl7
REAL ESTATE B'ness Prpty
H. A. WOLF, Realtor, Ware Bill. Specialist
ta dewBtowa business property.
STOCK .. GROWERS . ATTENTION.E8.A0A
acres of choioe out over lands In north
central annnesots, at 18.00 a "111.88 par
acre, amalj ch payment, balano long
' time. Abundance, of native and tame
'" v-iuse iu nest marnen. un iaKes
pr streams. Timber for fuel and shelter.
. List and map free. PILLSBURT LAND
SYNDICATE,' 1230 Wet, Life Bldg., Min,
iirmyoi ib, ffiinneioia,
161 and 48 acrea-i-AdJotnlni; stock
uhvu . pvnuinss in i tine vepair,
new fences. CArn eron exoallent Prlcea
and terms right, as must pell ond or both
ni rear, uwasr, Win. H, Hubbard, Pipe.
DIAMOND AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rates. Prtvsta loan booths. Hsrry
Malsshock. 1514 Hedge. I). 5618. Kst. 181.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Hugh H. Harper and wife to John J.
Wrobleskl, southeast corner For.
tieth and Oordan etreeta. 190x121.11 1,190
Frank O. White and wife to John
Lester, Thirty-sixth street, 131 rest
north of Madison street, east aide.
Herman A. Thlelke and wife to Jacob
Mergylnon, Twenty-fifth street, 139
feet north of P street east side.
Herman A. Thlelke and wlf to
OorgJI Morgylnon, Twenty-flfth
street, 159 feet north of P street
east side, 39x169 1,509
Bernard N, Robertson and wife to
Perna Deau . Crlss, Thirty-fourth
atreet. 143.1 feet north of Frances
street, east side. 60x140 3,543
Ottille Mauturat to William J. Par-
rott, T street, 200 feet east of
Thirty-eighth street south side.
Homer O. Frohardt and wife to
Thomas M. Bromwoll, Thirty,
eighth street 127 feet north of
Mason strstjt west side, 10x155 .... 1,800
Willis Realty Co. to Nela J. Skog
man, southwest corner Sixteenth
and Willis avenue. 10x193 and other
William O. Van Ness to Frank W.
Olinger, K stre t, 99 feet east of
Twenty-first street, north side,
Jacob 8. Ronk and wife to Frank W,
Olinger, Twenty-second street, 611
feet south of Leavenworth street
east side, 35x111 1,600
Peter darken to Antoinette Uher,
southwest corner Thirtieth and Vin
ton streets, Irregularly approxl.
mately, 160x300 1,300
Scott A Hill Co. to J, Herman
JCrltenbrlnk, Twenty-saoond street.
Ill feet north of Msson, west side,
83.6x244s southwest corner Thirty,
second avenue and Frances street
130x169 .... 11,100
Charles W, Martin and wife to Arthur
B. Green, northeast corner Thlr.
tleth and Newport atreet, 43.1x189 190
Orchard A Wllhelm Co. to Arthur B,
Green, Newport avenue, 41.1 feet
east of Thirtieth street, north side, i
42x120 ,.. .', 4,750
Hastings Heyden to Henry Vtpel,
southwest oorner Thirty-sixth and
, Wirt Street, Irregular approxi
mately, 60x2C 7I
Paul W. Kuhns and wife to Henry
Vopel, southwest . oorner Thirty.
eighth and Spencer atreet 80x118 149
Jalla Cramer and husband ta Edward
u,.pjelson, Newport avenue, 43.1
feet east of Thirtieth atreet south
aide, 42x120 ; 1.808
umma u. Grant to Collins Bons,
Eighteenth atreet, 140 feet south of
Charles atreet. east side. 90x149 .. 1.909
jonn ri. jonnsou and wife to Walter
E. Lajie, Thlrty.flfth atreet, 16 feet
south of Missouri Pauiflo railroad,
west side. 40x120 10
w niter E. Lane a d wife ta Joseph
Polcar, Thirty-fifth street, 116 feet
south of Missouri Pacttlq railroad.
went side. 40x130 128
Elmore M. ttolirbeugh, to Lulu O, '
Rohrbaugh, Fiftieth atreet, 186 feet '
south of Hamilton street east aids.
87.2x120 ,, 6.600
i.oreua npenmau to Thomas M.
Vaughn, et al, Twenty-second
street, 80 feet south south of Ames
avenue, east side. 40x124 1.TA0
iuk a. rarsiey na nusnana to John
Henry Hacgn, Twelfth street, 44
feet south Pf J atreet, east- !.
Official Monday .
Two days this wk....l,96T
Same day last wk... .99.898
Bam two wks. ago., .,49,731
Same three wks. ago... 19,393
Mama four wks. ago... 13,001
Sam day last year. ..34.144
Cattle Receipts of cattle wer ef only
moderate proportions for thla aeaaon et the
year, 11,400 head, and the two day' tupply
falla fully 6.900 ihort of last Monday and
Tueaday. Western rangera ef BlatwaualUr
eonstltuted the big bulk of the offerings
and with very respectable demand from
both packers and feeder buyers the market
averaged not far from ateady with Monday,
although price were never more uneven
than at present Desirable grade sell read)
ly and well, but on the ordinary run of light
and medium weight etuff, beef steers, sow
tuff and etocKers and feeder. It t very tin.
certain trade with prices decidedly uneven
Quotations en cattlei . Prim heavy beeves,
111.99017. 991 good to eholoa beeves. ll.O0f
16.00,1 fair to good beeves, ll.ooi8.50
common to fair beeves, I.9901.O9 goot
to choioe yearlings, $14.09011. 19t fair to
good yearlings, lll.99OI4.90) common te
fair yearlings, 17.6091 1.n0 prime heavy
grass beeves, 113.09014. lit gjoed te choioe
grass beeves, lO.99 0tl.99 fair to good
grasa beeves, t.00O10.99 common ta fair
grasa beeves, IT.80OI.7ll Rood te ehoioe
heifers, $8.0001.861 good to choioe eows,
IT.T60I 90 fslr to good eows. II.I90T.I9I
common to fair eows, I8.99 0l.llt prim
feeding (tears, 110.00014. 161 good to cnotcs
feeders, 81.IC019.OO; fair to good feeders,
IT.690I.IO; common to fair feeders, $6,000
T.OOi good to choice Blockers, II. 60010. 00i
stock nslfers, 6.IO0I.99 stock cows, $4,09
BT.60I stock calves. 66,5909.601 veal eaivs.
$9.00011.091 bulls, stags, etc, fl.l90T.l9.
II feeder. 117 l 99 I steer. .1911 II II
I Betters. 618 6 80 eows,,, III 7 60
4 steers. .1110 I 19 I eows., .1901
I steers.. 10 9 60 II heifers. $08
S3 steers. .1233 13 00 11 cows,,, It
10 eows.. .1009 6 16 6 steers. , 898
2 calves.,, 881 I 60 IT calves... J6I
18 cows... 162 I 76 4 cows... 862
W. D. Harnett--Wyo.
26 steers. .1135 13 35 12 cows, ,.1081
George Davis Wyo.
34 stock'rs. 680 26 8 steers.. 110
Agnes N. Francis. Adm, 'Wyo.
11 cows.. .1048 8 25
Walter Ferguson Wyo.
10 feeders. 132 10 60 38 steers. .1041
Little Horse Creek Cattle Co. Wyo,
II heifers. 111 I II 34 cowa... 101 I It
J, M, Cattl Co. Wyo.
18 feeders.lOM 19 90 I feeders 1109 U TI
Hogs With another light run tiere today
the hog market held Just about steady.
Spot In the trade war itronger, shipper
buying some hog that looked a shade
higher, but the packer trade on the other
hand had an easier tone and the general
market was no mora than ateady. Bulk
of the offerings sold at 111.15 011,09, with
. ... a .A
No. Av. Bh, Pr. No. A.
6,.181 60 $18 71 17, .1ST
ft $18 39
170 II 19
It It 00
til 11 30
DESIRABWS EASTERN NEB. FARMS FOR
Three 40-aore farms. Bit 10-acr farms.
xiocatea near uialr, Neb. Prloes reason.
Die, iio to IPO per A,
Two 120-acre farms near Blair. Price '
fizu to fi4D per A. well Imp.
160 acres, m ml. from Elkorn, Mob,
rrai is per a- t-neap,
139. sera farm I nl. B. W, of Color.
Idge, till per A. All tillable, Easy
terms ir desired.
320-aore ideal farm, near Omaha, Pries
1399 per A.
Buy ops ef the woney.maklnf frmj
SIM Brand! Theater Bldg,, Crash.
r piair, nap, ynona i. t;o.
Sheep A was the oase yesterday most
of the sheep and lamb were late getting
to the barn. On what stuff cam up early
competition was fairly . good and quit
few feeder sales were made at prices that
were steady with yesterday's general mar.
ket though possibly not quite a high ss
at the beet time yesterdsy, Good feeding
Iamb old around 111.90 01119. while kill,
ra bought fair fat lamba at 111.60, and fat
we at I1L00. which price were about
Quotations on sheen and lambs I Lamba.
fair to ehoioe, 17.5801.ll lambs, feeders,
fie.PDois.ie lamos, cuhs, ii.uomiJ,6Ui
yearlings, fair to choice, $13.00018. 00 year,
lings, feeders, $18.90Oll,99 wethers, fair to
choioe, $11.00013.76; ewes, fair to choice,
$1. 00311.25; ewes, cull and feeder. 16.60
010.99; ewes, breeders, all ages, 119.600
100 TJtah breeding ewes ill II 10
721 Utah lamba , 7? "Jill
141 Utah feeder lamb 18 ' II 09
TI cull feeder. Jambs . Itu.uii.14 II
101 Idaho feeds lamba ,,,. . .,11 69
613 Idaho feeder lamb ,al ,tj: l It
161 Wyoming feeder lamba .. 41 'i li
131 Wyoming feeder we 11 .r l 19
16t native feeder lamba St it an
1491 Montana breeder ew,.., j
St tout Live Slock Market.
St. Louis. Oct. 9. Cattle necelnt..
100; market steady pally beet steers, 18.99
wn.ou; yeaning siern ana neicsrs, 67,06
toii.uu:. sows, 8t.goDlo.69: atoakers and
feeder, 16.69011,19) Texas quarantine
Corn Takes a Four-Cent Drop
With Fair Receipts Report,
ed; Oati Slow and Follow
Corn in Decline.
Omaha, Oct t, HIT.
Carlo! receipts of grain continue to arrive
la good quantities, 141 ears being reported
for today's business, and all the coarser
gratna sold oft, corn declining a much as
4 cents. Forty-three care ef wheat were on
the floor and turned over to the food ad.
mlnlatratlon. Practically all the durum
wheal la disposed of en requisitions from
mill ta ether acnes, as there are no durum
mill In the local territory handled by
Charles T. Nea), d tat Hot agent.
Arrival et eorn were forty. two ears, and
th spot quotations on thi grain ranged
from unchanged ta 4o lower, a few care of
th mixed going at unchanged prices, while
all other grades were lower, end th demand
very light No, I whit sold at 11.17 and
11.18 and th No, I yellow at ll.IT and
I1.ITM and the same grade of mixed at 11.86
and ll.lHi. On ear ef No. I whit brought
Th trad tn eel wag nothing large, the
demand (or thla cereal being quits How, anil
figure en all grades (luoted a to He off.
No. t whit aold at ITi and th standard
grade at 6TH and IT lie only one car islling
at th higher figure, while the bulk of the
No, lwent at IT a and ITVi. N 4 whit
sold at IT and ITU a.
Rya was t cent lower and barley te to Id
off. Th demand for both these cereal was
fairly good, but trad i tmwht alow on tne
Receipt ef rye and barley were seven and
five ears, respectively. Ne. t rye ld at
11.76 and tha No. I at tl.TTU. No, I malt.
Ing barley cold at ti ll and II 14. and on
ear ef Na. 4 brought 11.11 and another car
ef oN. 1 feed went at 11.18. Th leeai fle
mand fcr rye and barley would easily take
care of much larger relpi of thea cereal
Clearance werel Wheat and flour, equal
ta 119.909 bushels I eats, 157,000 bushels.
Primary what receipt were 1,991,069
bushel and shipments 111,999 bushels,
against reoelpts ef 1,141,609 hushal and
shinmsnt ef 110,000 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 111.099 buah.
la and shipments 179,990 bushels, against
receipts f 417.000 bushels and shipment of
114,000 bushels last year. ,
Primary oats receipts were 1,119,901 bush
els and shipments 171.000 bushels, against
receipts of 1,810 000 bushel and shipments
of 71,000 bushels last year.
. Wheat Corn. Oats.
Chlcaga 1" s
Mlnneapolla l. ...... 141 ..
DVlUth 1S ;;
Omaha 43 42 61
Kansa City 6.1 11 T
St. Louis .1 it so
Winnipeg 1.768 .. ..
These sales war reported todayt
Wheat No, 1 dark hard winter: 1 car
(U percent dockage), 13.11. No. I darn
hard wtnteri I' ear (1 per cent dockage),
11.11. Na. I hard winter! 1 car (1 per cent
dockage), $3 lit 1 car (I per nt dockage),
it ll. Na. 8 hard winter! 1 ear I U per cent
dookage), 1101. No. I red durum I I cars
per cent dockage), i.uM car n per cm
dockage), 11.06. No. I red durum I 1 oar
(I per cent dockage), 11,01, No, 1 amber
durum: 1 oar IU Der cent dockage), ll.lt,
No. 3 amber durumt 1 car 1 psr cent dock
.! tl m' w m .--..,
Rye ff. i oar, ll.tr. n. ii earn,
Corn No. whltei 1U cars, 11.11) 1 ear,
H IT. No. I white! 1 car, tl.tl; l-l car,
11.17. No. t whltei 1 ear, 11.17. Ne. 1 yel
low; 1 car, U.ITMj 1 r. I1.IT. No. t
mixedi IVs ears, tl.8im t car, 11.16. No.
1 mixed: t-l car, 11.85. No. 4 mixed I
11-1 car, I1.I4U.
oata no. s wnitei i car. it, stanaarai
1 ear. 67koi I can, ITWa, No, I whltei I
can, ITHot car, ITU. No. 4 whltei 1
oar, ITUei 1 ear, I7e. Bampl whltei x ear
(shipper's wtlghts), 67o; I l-l ears, 6 1 lie.
umana casn rnces uorni no. s wnite,
$1.9701.81; No. I whit, tt.tT01.ttl No. t
ysllow, ll.IT01.l7Hl No. I yellow, 61.86 H
01.171 no. s mixea, i,i0t.iwi era-
mixed, tl.l40t.ll. Oatii No. I whit, 6TH
0571to; sUndard, tTHOB7l Ne. white,
ITH06tHr No. white. I7067. Barley i
malting, ll.IJ01.17l No. 1 teed, 11.1001.18.
Rye i No, 1, 1.7lMt: No. I. It.JtHO
Local range er optional
NEW Y0RK STOCKS
Short Selling and Liquidation
Causes Decline to New
""Chicago 1 ill in. prloe furnlihSr 'f he Bee
by Lagan A Bryan, stock and grain broker,
31 Pouts) Sixteenth atreet, Qmahai
I 11 1 II 111 1 H
i it ; ii ui i it
IIH 11 H 16 H I9H
IIH MJtlJtH MH
New Tork, Oct 1. Short selling and Uqul-
..,. ...I... mil vaMTui.ui. iuliu-
ence on the stock market today, causing
various Issues to decline to new mlnlmums
for the current movement In eeveral note,
worthy lnatancea these quotations also rep
resented lowest levels o:' recent year.
Apart from the Increasing beartshneos of
a large trading element nothing tangible
developed to explain the further reaction.
Beasoned stocks offered soma resistance
to pressure, United States Steel and Union
Pacific rallying briskly on the temporary
Improvement manifested at midday, but los
ing ground again en the wider and mora
axtenslvs offering of the last hour. United
States Steel recovered 1H polnta to 101
and Union Feetflo 1H but both went down
at the end. Steel fell to 194H, er within
a point of Its lowest price of recent months,
and closed at 101 H. off en th day,
Utilities, oils, tobaccos and a few other
specialties suffered the greateet losses. Peo
ple's Gas added T polnta to yesterday's de
cline of 6, Ohio Gs lost fit, Texas Com
pany yielded 8 paints and United Cigars
more than 3 polnta. Coppers, dlatllllng Issues
and minor rail suffered reversals of 1 te 8
points. Final prices showed no appreciable
Improvement Total aalea amountd to 740,
Promlss of esslar money, which fulfilled
both call and time rate, again relaxed,
the latter for th shorts periods enly.
Bonds were heavy, Liberty 8 Vis repeating:
their recent minimum of tt 13, though ris
ing later to 11.74- Total bond aalea, par
value, aggregated 14,110,660, United State
bonds, old Issues, were unchanged on call.
Number of aalea and range ef price of
th leading stocks;
Bale. High. Lew, Close
Am. Best Sugar.
Amerlosn Can t,409 41H
Amer. C, F 100 is
Anicr, Locomotive, 1.708 ITU
Amer. 8. 4 R. .. f.109 9IH
Amer. sugar net.. son 10T
Amer. T. 4s T
Amer. T. L. a 8,
A U. W. I. 8, L.
Butte A Hup. Cop,
Cal. Petroleum ...
Canadian Paclflo .
Central Leather., ,13,100
41 H 41 Vi
1.100 1141. 114U 114V
1,009 1IU 16 U 11
11,100 IH IT 4TH
100 t6i tl 15 '4
1,100 101 H 109 100U
3,800 HH IIH IIH
1.700 11 0T4 11 VI
400 II 1IU n
4.109 159U 148 149 H
Ches. A Ohio 1,400
C, M. St P.... f,09t
C A N. W 109 191
-' K. 1. H P. otfs. 1,600
Chine Coppsr 4,809
Colo. r. A 1 1,500
Corn Products Ret. 10,600 It
Cruolble Hteel 18,600 70H
Cuba Cane Sugar.. 4,690 31
Distiller' 8eo.,,, 18,100 14
Erie 1.700 10
General Electrlo,, . 1,800 111
General Motor ... 11,300 IT
Ot No, pfd ,
Gt. No. Ore ctfs..
T 11 1 - 1 1
Inspiration Cop.., 1,990
Int M. M. pfd.... 1,690
Inter. Nlokel ..... 1,709
Inter. Paper 1.100
k. o, aoutnern
190 10IU 191 1114
1,190 IIH 39 V. 11
v.. .uwuivrn..,, .,.. .. , !
Kennecott Copper. II.IOQ MH) IIH 11
Louis, A Nash,,,,
Meg. Petroleum ,.
Miami Copper ....
Nevada Coppsr ,. ,
New York Central,
N. T.. N, H, A H,.
Norfolk A West..
Norther Paclflo ,
Pacific Mali ,,,,
Paolfle T. A T....
Ray Cons, Copper,
Republic X AS).,.
Bhattuck Arl. Cop.
Southern Ry ,
Teaae Co ,,
Union Paolflo .,,
V. B. ind. Alcohol.
1.000 II u
100 14IH 141
4,400 118 til
1.809 138 181
ivt f T4)tj
U, 8. Steel ,111,990 109 104
ir, 8, Steal ,fd... 1,190 111; HI
Utah Copper 101.990 6 l
wanasn pfd "B' foo 11
Western Union ,,, 190 IT
Weatlnhause Klee . TOO 44U 41U
PROVISION PRICES TODAY,
irn .. . . teera, s.todio.50 fa r to pnm southern
Following are the Wholesale and re- beef steera.- I.00bl3.7l bel ! cwp and
tail prices of oroduce Drevailina- ifl
. , t . Wholesale. Retail.
Potatoes, bushel 11.16 I .40 nk
Butter, (extra), pound. ,46 ,41 pound
nutter, (common), lb-, .41 .47 pound
teeieci), goen .4$ , ,47 dOien
Effei. (cholcel rinenn.. ,1ft il . ...
Toiwatoes, ripe, basket. ,40 .69 basket
Tomatoes, green, bskt ,36 .10 basket
Bquasn (Hubbard), dox 1.26 .86 each
Squash (summer), dox, ,19 .01 each
Celery,, doseri .49 .01 sack
Lettuce, (leaf),-dozen.. ,10 .96 each
Apples, (fancy hand .
picked), bushel .... 1,26
Apples, (windfalls), bu. ,69
peaches, (Elberta), box ,76
heifers, 8.tO019.99i prim yearling ataers
and heifers, f, 10 0)9.99) patlv CSlv.s,
Hogs Reoslpf. 1,601 marks! steady:
light, - tll.OOOlt lOi pigs, flf.O60tl.IO:
mixed and butchers, tlt.99011.79i good
heavy, H.IO01I.Ti bulk, tl9.6O019.T6.
Sheep and, Lambs Reoelpts. ,I09. market
steady; lamos, iij.uuoh i.( j ewes, 9.bO0
ii. tu; wetners, fj.tujfji.ogi capnsrs, 8.
10 JUAR1T8a BECTIONa,Tunfmprvd7TJr- P"ohe" (choioe), box. ' .68
kins couaty, -Nebraska, (andi good otl
close to railroad. Can U on payment ef
uo io noo per quarter end carry bal
New YorK General Market.
New) Y6rH, Oet. , t. Flours-Easy) spring
1tW6 :i0l . Winter straights, 'lll.llOlO.ll
A Bradley, Grand Island, Neb. Kansa straights, f).l6f 11.49.
409 ACRES, CUSTER COUNTT. Improved
farm; valley and table-land, good sol), 1
' miles front town 400 population, I rods
from, ohool 45 crop, 11 meadow, It pas
ture: 169 per acre. $19,00(1 cash. Jna.ulr
in pranneis pigg.
FOR BALE At a bara n. 320 acrea Im.
proved, five miles from Sunol, Cheyenne,
Co.. Nb. Prloe $35.90 per acre. Terms,
ball eash. N trade considered, a H.
woore, ewwer Antnon, la., tt. y. p.
SMALL Nebraska farm on easy payments
-"6 acres pp. We farm the farm we sell
you Ths Hungerford Potato Growers'
association, 15th and Howard Sis., Omaha.
A FIRST-CLASS lilKacre farm, 4 miles
from HartingtoM Neb, Well Improved
and all good land, will sell or exchange.
eee u. A. kuii, Oakland, Neb.
FOR BALE Cheap, my Improved 156-acre
farm near Ponca, Neb., easy terms If
desired. Address Dr. C. W. qillln, 116
if. L. A T Bldg, Bloux City, la.
LIST your lands for quick results' with, C.
j. canan, ai aicuagite tsiag., umana.
Cornmeal Quiet i fine white ysllow. 11.89
01.161 coarse; 11.1106.11; kiln dried. M.tO i.'f SfJSJ"
019.19, . I i.w".t.
corn spot easier: No. I ysllow. 61.68
nd No, t mixed, 12.01 o. I. f. New York.
uats spot easy; standard, 16 e.
Rye Easier: No. 1 western. 11.16 e. L f.
Feed Steady; western bran. 136.10:
Jtandard middlings, $41.69. aad, lty.bran,
r.i.uv, mi in iirv-pounq saens.
Hay Quiet: No. 1. I1.1031.2S: Nn. .
$1.1601. J0 N. 1. l5o 011.96; shipping, tO
Heps Bteadyt atata medium to choice.
1917, lOfisic; 1116, nominal, Paclflo coast,
HIT, 49048c; 1111, 130270, ,
Hldee-8teadyj . Bogota, !7o Central
Perk Firm; mess, f 4l.$904.99i lamlly,
$41.60; short clears, f47.9O 048.IO, ' '
tJira-rweani middlewest, 124.65021.81.
Tallow Strong; city special, loc.a, Ho.
Wool Firm: domestia fleece. Ohln mail
Butter Market steady! recelDts. 11.141
tubs; creamery, higher than extras, 44 0
46c; creamery extras (92 score 1. 44Ua-
firsts, 41 0 44: ssoonds. 41f4JH.
Eggs Martet Irregular: recelnts. 14 in
eases; fresh gathered extras, 464c; extra
Kansas Cty 4v a tack Market,
Kansas City, Oct l,-Cattl Reoelntn.
jo.pqu; marasi steady; prime fee steers,
111.00017.99; dressed bsef steers. 111. 100
15.60; western steers, $.ao8.89l w,
16.6001.60; heifers, 4.0ll.90l stockers
and feeder. I6.66 01l.09i bull. 16.1101,99
Hogtv-Keeoipt, 11,006 maritet usaoy
bulk.. 111.86011,40; heavy. IU.lO0il.lOi
r ackers and butcher, l.9O011,5Oi llht,
18.IO0ll.l8i Pigs. 117 16011.80.
tihtes and Lambs Receipts. 14.601 mar.
ket ateady; lambs. HT.IIf 18.10; yearling,
112.90011.60; wetners, ii,DO0ii.io; swes,
ChJcagq JJv block Mnrkt
Chicago. Oct I. Cattle Reoelpts, 11,699;
market steady; native steers, IT.llOtT.69;
western steers. tl.1601l.6Ol stockers and
feeders, I.1601MO cowa and heifers, 6.9t
011.26; oalves, fl.69 011.90.
Hogs Receipts, ll.ouoi maraet weax, so
to 10o under yesterday's average, Bulk,
tll.19019.lll light, 117.19011.19 miMd.
tlT.T0l.l9 heavy, $17.76 11.60; rough!
I17.TIS1I.99: Bias. 118.16017. 60.
Sheep and Lambs neceipis, it.sob mar
ket steady; wethers. 11.10011. uo; ews,
I.4O0U.I6 lambs, ll.5O01l.i,
WHEATLAND. WYO.. LAND
V'tfviait iun nrvA
We can sell you a farm three to ten ,t' 46o; dlrsta, 81041c; seconds, 17 market teay.
miles from good railroad town at 36 to "7.,.,, " ..... .
tu per acre, including paid-up water ..V . " ., " ..! pw .!
right; en-thlrd to onWuarter down, iri"h, Pc1"- 20Vje; average
naiance easv terms. i : i - - -
Dressed Poultry Market dull; ekirk.n.
340ilj fowls, UH933o; turkeys, 140
Bloux City Live Stock Market.
fllout Citv. la.. Oot. . attl Roelpt,
1,669 head; markst steady; beef tr, 7.99
016.90; cows, t5.5O0S.oo; fat cow ana
heifers, 16.7601.09; (tanner. i.50l.85;
stockers and feeders, 17.90013 60; calves,
17.99 0 12.99; bulls, stags, te., tl.9901.09.
Hoge Recslpts. I, lot heed; markst I ta
10 cent higher; light, fll.lO01t.35; mixed,
118. 65018.00; heavy, ito jh.i, pigs,
I17.'66ai8.26: bulk. 111.16011.90.
Sheep ana l.emus iteaeipis, s.cuo inaui
balance easy term.
With rich oll nd navr-falltnt water
Splendid water and fine climate. Lands
protected by th rnoutlns on thl west
We raise 19-lb. wheat 30 to 60 bu. to
We rail 40-lb. oata Tl to 190 bu. to th
Wo raise 4 to t tan of alfalfa to the
tor fee Harkt,
New York. Oot . A mnv At.tmi-.i
View of peace prospects was considered ra.
sponsible for some scattered Wall Street
buying in the market for coffee futur..
eny ipuay, put aught advances were not
f , . n 1, ..... i ..... i ... .,
. U..INI.IH.U .uh iwier (fuuiMaUOns Were
We raise 300 to 490 biwhell ef potatoes Irregular. The epenlnar was 1 oolnt hlahar
ta tne acre, ana; active months sold about 4 to I points
We raise 0 tons of ingar bt to the net higher, right after the call with De
cember touching f.llo and July T.llo. There
was some traae aaa a renewal or new month
liquidation, which cent December baek to
7.80s and July te f.Ho. The close was net
We raise an abundance f apples and
(9,999 acrea at land to select from.
Send us your nams and address and wo I points higher to I point lower. October,
Excursions week lav
will mall partieulars.
Low B. R. fares.
WYOMING DEVELOPMENT CO.,
V Wheatland, Wyo., Land.
Ex-Gevrnor Joseph M, Carey, Pres.
Henry Levi and O. M. Rylander,
General Sales Agent,
164-67 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Omaha, Neb. Tel, Douglas 694.
7.11e; December, 7.28c: January, T.19c
March. 7.62CI May. 7.71c: July. 7. 8 7c: Ben.
Spot 'coffee unchanged, Rio 7s. 6c: San
tos 4s, 9c. Comparatively few offers were
reported In the eost and freight market with
the Santos offers about o to Ml higher.
Tne effleial cables reported an advance
ot 1-I2d in Rio exchange with milrelf prices
unonangea except nantos futures which
were unch.an4 to H rel higher.
WANTED Eight or more American cltisens
who would be Interested In filing on
government oil land In Wyoming, as I do
locating, validating, and filing. Prices
reasonable. Can give best of references
from Casper, Wye. Write er call on B.
T. Evans, 4649 Dodge Bt, Omaha, or
.telephone Walnut 1621.
Hew York Dry Goods Market
New York, Oct I. Dry Goods Cotton
good in yarns hero were very strong.
Wool goods were firm and quIeL Bilks wr
higher and burlap firm at top prices.
New- York Hugo Market.
New York, Oct. . Raw Sugar Market
Steady; etntrlfugal, 9 80c; molasses, 6.02c
rerinea sugar, tadyi una granulated. 1.10
Bt Joseph live Stock Market.
Bt. Joseph. Oot l.,-Ctt!s Receipts,
1,006 head; market lower; steers. $8,890
16.08! oows and heifers, 11.11014.99; calves,
Uogs-r-Reeetpt. 1,109 head) markst high
er! top, 119.16; bulk of sales. l.eo0l.4O.
dbeep and Lambs Receipts, t.utiv neaa;
markst steady; lambs, 11.69011,99; ewes,
Evaporated Apple and Dried Fruit.
New York, Oct. t. Evaporated Apples
Dull and firm; choice, 16o; prime, lie,
Pried Fruits Prunes, strong; California,
lOUHe; Oregon, 11 Ho. Apricot,
soarce ind firm; fancy, f0o. peaches,
scarce and firm; standard, IIH; choioe,
19e; fancy, 11c. Retains, firm; loos
muscatels, TVi0: choice to fancy, seeded,
f019Vil losdless, IH01Ooj London
Turpentine and Bosln,
Savannah, Ga., Oet 1.-Turpentine
Firm, 47c; sales, 191 bbls. ; recslpts, $11
bbls.; shipments, 289 bUls.l stock. 11,911
Rosin Firm; sale, 147 bbls.) reoelpts.
114 bbls.; shipments, 141 bbls.; stock. 86.
129 bbls. Quotations: B, 16. 8i; D, 11160
1.00; E. F. G, M.00 H, I, 16.06; K, $6 if;
M, 11.46; N. 7.t0 WO, 7.5; WW, ti lt.
Linseed Oil Quotations.
Duluth, Minn., Oot. t. Linseed On
track, !3.9801.19 arrive, t3.6SH03.8B;
October, ;,&Ut bid; November. t.08; De
cember, U.tt'ii May, 13.08. nominal.
New York Cotton Market.
New York, Oot. I. Cotton Tha cotton
market today elosed ateady at a net ad
vane of I to 13 point.
Ii J... , , I..,. .I,' .ml. , .i . inl
111 1 II UIH 1 IIH
111 1 11 11TH 1 17
116 IllHUIH I 13H
IIH I3H H H 11
ui tu o vi ton
'U'li 'ii'ii" ii'io 'ii'ii''
It 10 9 II II 14 11
14 00 14 tt II If il tt I
tl 90 II 99 tt 10 tl 09
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CHICAGO CHAIN AND FROVIIMON
Talk of Oovamment AetloB to Curtail Price
Has Hmi4s) Effect.
Chicago, Qot,. , possibilities pt govern,
mint notion to curtail prise of corn and
hog tn line with measure already taken
to cheapen sottonseed ell and ether food
preauota nan bearish erioe today on grain
and provisions, especially pork and . lard.
Corn elosed uniettled 1H to 1H Ht lower
at vi, to i ii vecemper, ana li.lH,
May. Oata finished H te V4 0o efl
Latest fluetatlons fer pork, lard nd rib
ranged from lt to 11.76 down t ompa4
wun twenty-tour poura pstore,
Downward swings at aern price began
at tha opening, with Interest asntsred chief,
ly on tha government prop report showing a
yield much In excess of what dealer had
expected. Attention later turnsd more and
more tn gossip of n likelihood ef federal
efforts to bring about lowered ratio of
values, approximately corn 11.19 a bushel
and hogs 119.900 a hundred pounds. . As
ertlon that a new pesos offer wauld bo
made by Germany counted also against
th bull. A moderste recovery at th last
tt ascribed to profit taking by short.
Seaboard demand prventd any radical
uecune in oats.
Announcements that th cottonseed oil
market had been closed to the public Jed
to considerable unloading of provisions and
In the absence of any fro buying pork and
am oron esveriy awing to surront talk
pf further drgstto steps toward mora rigid
food control. n
Corn No. I yellow, ti.l301.l4i Na. S vol.
tvw aw i.w, v yeiww, pomipai,
.Oats No, white, lOOftH; standard,
Rye No. I, Il.l90r.ll.
Clover $11.60 011.69.
Butter Market unchanged.
Eggs Markst hither; recslots. 4 111
cases; nrsis, kvbio; erdinary first, 110
oeeo, at marn, case included. 36037o.
Potatoea Market higher; receipts. 66 carai
Wlseomjla, Michigan and Minnesota bulk,
Il 1601.16; do., aaoks. tl.3901.ll,
r-ouury Alive, martlet uncnnf(d,
Now York olinoy Market,
Ne York. Oct, I. Mercantile naoer. 1
01 par cent. 1
Sterling Sixty-day . bills. M.TlUi earn.
merclal sixty-day bills on banks, 14.71: com.
merulal alyty-day bills. I4 TIH) demand,
demand. 14 76; cables, lift Ml.
Bar Silver 19 He; Mexican dollars, lie.
Bondt Government, ateady; railroad
Tim Lpalfs Easier: sixty day. IOIH
months, IH0H Per cant.
Call Loans Steady I kliih. 4 nas cent: law.
I psr "cent; ruling relet, 4 par sent; oloxlng
bid, 1 per Cnt: offered at 1 oar cent: last
loan, 3 per ceut
U. 8. Is rag. . , . IT IH. Can. y. 4 Tt
do coupon.,,, II Hint M. Ml.. II
I. & I re llvZK. c. a ref. Tl
do coupon .... tHL. A M. un. 4s.. 88
J. B. 4 reg;....106M., K. A T. 1st 4 41
do coupon ,...106Me. Pae. gen. 4 19
Pan. in coupon 14 Mont. Power la.. 11
Am. B. 8. g.... 16 R Y. Can. d. 17
T, A T. e, la tlH'No. Pas. 4a.... 14
Anglo-French l. tt do Is ....... 66
Arm. A Co. g ltOr. 0. L. r. 4 15
Atchison g. 4.. HH'Pao, T. A T. In 11
B. A O. 4 .... 19 Penn. on. 4s.. 91
Cen. Loath I.. 17 Reading sen 4s.. 81
Gen. Paolflo lit.. t0Vt& L. A S. F. a. la. 17
C. A O. o. I tt So. pas. e. ta.. 16
C. B. A Q. J. 4 14 do ref. 4o... 14
O M A 8 P g 4 16Bo. By. 6s...... 84'
O. R. I. A P. r. 4 tt tTex A Pac, 1st f I
'u. at h. r. h 78 union Paclflo 4s tl
A B. G. t. ta It do ev. 4s 87 U
r. of O. 6s .... 94 U. 8. Rubber 6.. 11
Erie gen. 4.... II V. a Btsel Is.. ..199
Gen, Elan. 6s. ...109 Wabash 1st ..... 98
Ut Mo. 1st 4e t West. Un. 4stl
Local Rtneks and Hoad. " '
QllOtatlona furnished bv Bum.. Brink a,
Co.. 449.61 Omaha NationaL . Bnw dm. ,.
8took. . ' Bid. Asked.
BurgjM-Nash Co. Y not pfd,. ,.190 191 '
Cudahy Paoklna. Co.. com un ti
Peers A Co, pfd....,.........;, 11 101
Fairmont OreanVy Co,, T not Pfd.101 ..i.
Goooh M, A H, Co., f pot, pfd. B.ioj jit'
Mountain States T. A T. com....lltU 111
Ntbraeka Power Co. f pot pfd.aoo 199h
o. c, u. ut Ry. pfd...,,,,,..' i fl
Man, Bt Ry. com.. .... , " if
O, A O. B. Ry. A Brtdg, pfif ii" , ,
M, . Smith A Co. 1st pfd..',, .100 )01
2'V.! 1? Omb,,,,, Iith
Swift A Cempanyi 146 1481k,
Bloun city Stock Yard' pfd.,.; 19 . ..."
Un on Powjr A Light t pet pfd.ioo . 109 V
Union Btoek Yards I pot.,..,,19l . 101
Wnitsd atateoypsum pfi:i!!.; 10 tt
Bonds, , ,
O.. R. L A P. ctfs.,1,600 14 11 14
Booth-8t L. Cold Storage Is, 'tl, 61 loo
Cudahy Pack. Co. I. 1149.,,.,, tt ) 13
Chicago Sanitary Dlst Is, HIT,, T 87'
General Else, I pot. note, 1110, ,.,,191
Mldvala 8, A O. Co. i, 1116,,,. la 11
6. a c. B, st By. i. IBM.. . il IU
oiw. Atb. Ctuh Bid t. aovil, 16 H 1"
City of Omaha ,t. ..., . 4.91
Provlnc of Alberta ts-'lll, 1" 4.?5
Swift A Company Is, lii, It l
state of Cailforola,. .,, .,, ,,,4.11 'til
fl. B. Si f. IU. i.mmu 1,11 V.u ...j B.r
utah pTa 'iiTuVe-. "VuV'u'iX" u7
' ' . -. f. . 71
I LI. Mill,. 1 , .
Mlnnenpoll Ormla Market,
Minneapolis, Minn.. Oct l..F)ouiwrBf
patents, toe lower: euoted at Iib.ia; eit
clears, T60 lower 1 Quoted at II lit aik...
frades unchanged. , ,
RyH-tJ.T7 01.71. ,
Barley lt.180l.lt. , , 5 : ,
Corn No, I yellow, 1. ITOMt.
Oats No, I white, I7H0IIH,
Flax 18,11, . , .
Kansas City Grain Markst. -
Kansa City. Mo.. Oet. . firn. 4n
mixed. 11.17 i No. 1 white, 3.94; No. I yel
low, 11.89; December, 11.11 1 Man. Il.tlu.
Oats No. 'I white. 81o: No. 1
H06iHo.. ; . , ;
! l g If
PrufiitU, by Kpln'f LUt of Hog
Ik I I Warn e . mm m W
""o7 er; in vicinity, Make .
"la the fall, when the Vircinin
farmers tret through with the busiest
season, a bunch of them art) gojn.
to be asked to coma out nnrl nfao-a
some real demonstrations of tha rn
euy wntcn iney re so SKiuea in tjs
ingr," accordinff to Mr. C, j, Mains,
ona of the several Virginia gentle,
men now hero arranging for the tw
tribution of tha Virginian Anti-r
Cholerio Hog Remedy, about, which
to much is being said these days,
Jtiese chaps, all. users of the
remedy on their own -farms. cn
teach a lot of tricks about units..
tion, quarantine, feeding and farrow,
ing, fattening and keeping, and they,
ot: fnA soma Iiima wUam m..H:.m . ii
this vacation stunt, keen their eves
peeled for new ideas themselves. .
"I have known of some going Jnta
a section literally alive with eholera
and with hogs dying like rats in tt
tran from sickness, and throucV, little
tricks of getting this remedy down
me inroats ot nogs too sick to eal
or stand, they nut thami back on'
their feet. It is a.joy to watch them
work, and I only wish they would 5
come out sooner.' 'Advertisement.
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