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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 10, 1918.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
- - Montana Lands.
fcASTERN MONTANA Crop Producing
farm. Diwhi County, in th famous
Xedwater Valley. Near acboola and
errurchca Fin water and most health
ful climate. Improved (anna, Hi to $11
per acre. Raw prairie land, ti to 125
per acre. Alio flno ranchlnr proposition.
Eeay term and low Interest rates. Writ
for our special January and February land
lists. Plan on coming out In the spring.
It will pay you big. OCCIDENTAL LAND
LOAN COMPANT. Rtchey. Mont
riUAl H JTTD1TH BASIN
' Improved farm of 488 acres. 160 acres
under cultivation, nearly all In wheat;
. only 158 per acre: on favorable terms.
JOHN W. BOBBINS, HOI FARNAM 8T.
FARM 3 FOR 8 ALB.
lit acres; 200 acres In cultivation, 40
acres alfalfa, 60 acres pasture, 40 acres In
.fall rye; farm fenced and cross-fenced:
extra good hedge posts; It acres fenced
" hop; tight; has good well, windmill and
cistern, (-room house, good cement and
.brick cellar, nearly new barn, 11x24 with
haymow, room for II horses; granary,
good 'chicken house, hog houae, pit silo,
xI0; miles from Amherst, 4 from
Watertown. 4 mile to school, telephone
and rural route, garage 20x24 with ce
ment floor. Price 140 per acre; one-third
cash, balance t years at I per cent.
150 acres about ( miles west of Am
herst, 100 acres farm land, 20 acres al
falfa, about 50 acres pasture; 7-room
houa with basement, barn for It head of
horses, good haymow, granary, garage, bog
barn, well, windmill and cistern; fenced
and cross-fenced about 20 acres fenced
hog tight, and farm Is well arranged for
a hog proposition; about 10 acres seeded
to fall wheat and rye. Price ISO percre;
12,500 down, balance f years at I per cent.
" C. K..PAVIES,
$13.50 PER ACRE
160 acres deeded land with 440 addi
tional 'acres school lease. House, barns,
good water and 7 miles of fence. Over
400 acres farm land; 175 sown to ry goes
-with place. Pric 111.60 per aero for
deeded land: one-half cash. Price In
cludes 10 head of boraes, farm machin
ery, corn, can seed and rough feed. Also
(5 posts and sufficient lumber to build
a garage. Much of this ranch consists
of excellent valley land. '
WHITE & HOOVER
454 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
100 ACRES, I miles from Grand Island, 22
acres rfieadow, balance under plow, all
level; fl26. .
10 acres, I1 miles from Chapman, all
level, well Improved, It acres alfalfa, 110
acres under plow, II acres In fall grain,
I0 acres hay and pasture; lilt,
10 acres, 2ft mile of Wolbach, land roll-
; lng but good soil. (J acres alfalfa, 10 acre
tinder plow, fair Improvements; 111.50.
410 acres, 10 miles of Sutherland, all lays
smooth, well Improved, 100 acre under
plow, lit In wheat; $50.
(49 acres. It miles of Maxwell, lot acres
level, It acres In wheat, cuts about 100
tons hay, fair improvements, all hard
land, wel! grassed; 120. Take good real-
1 dene Jo- part,
All above Und can glv good terms gad
i possession March 1.
LEO J. LUCKY, Grand laland, Nebv '
Possession March 1st If desired.
111 ACRES adjoining the town of Cuahlng,
Howard lunty, Nebraska, 100 . acres
i choice Loup Valley bottom land, heavy
1 soli, practically all In cultivation, , 40
acres In alfalfa. Balance rolling to rough
-pasture land, hard soil, all Well grassed,
flood eight-room house, large barn, cattle
beds, granary and other small buildings.
. Ons of th best cattle feedings proposi
tion In th atat. Prlc 171 per acre.
120.00 will 'handl th desl.
i KLOKB INVESTMENT COMPANT, ,
4 . .,, Omaha, Nebraska. - f
tV-E have a few Wadswortb, Winter Top
. with solid glass doors, wilt sell for 160 a
piece to close same out.
,- - TRAWVKR AUTO CO.
11 Farnam fit. Doug. 197.
1,180-ACRB ranch for sals at 111.60 per
acre. Cut 260 ton bay; carry 10 head
rattle; Improved and lake, lota fish. Boy
are drafted. Write Box US, (JJurwell, Nab.
10 A. BENCH land, 1 mile of town: every
- acre good! given away at $40 a. cash,
(toward Bros., 171 Brandel Bldg. D.
' IM. - Colfa. 4111. ' .
1,400 ACRES, part Imp., Thomas Co. ranch,
v Average 100 tons hay yearly. Il.tt acre
rash. Seward Bros., til Brandel Bldg.
' P. 1840. '
400 ACRES In' the heart of MerMck county;
. 110.000 worth of Improvements; 175,000,
half cash If taken soon. Owner Oualaf
AjjAjiderson, Weston Neb.
WIS HAVE clients who will pay cash for
bsrgsln In western land, Whit Hoover,
Omaha National Bank Bldg.
RANCHK3 of all slave and kinds, sui)
terms A. A. Pslsmaw. 101 Karhach Blk
LlST your lands for quick results with ti.
J. Csoan, lis MoCtiroe Bid.. Omaha.
New York Lands.
421 ACRES, H 0)11 from. Vila, store,
blacksmith shop, church, sawmill, grist
' , milt, cheese factory, 4 from station; 10
from Buffalo, population 100,000. Good
11 -room house, splendid ' gambrat roof
' bam,-41 by 110. Utter carrier, fin pig
gery and hennery, splendid water pply.
110 acre tillable, lot acre timber, pal-
ance good pasture) 100 sppl tree. In.
cludlnf II head of Holeteln cattle, bone,
sow. I pig, about 100 bu. oat, about 11
ton hay. disk barrow,' land roller, grain
- drill, spring toeth ', .rows, sulky culti
vator, plow,, surrey, manure apreader,
hone rake, gas engine, cream sepa ator,
- mowing machine, grain reaper, corn bar-
vaster, ay tedder, wagons, sleighs, small
tools. Prlc 111.000; 13,004 cash: I per
-. rent Interest Free list bargains. Sill
Bros.. Sprlngvllle. N. V.
NEW Jordan Valley Project Heart of the
range. Get on ths ground floor with 10
acres Irrigated land In connection with
open range. Toll on grow stock success
fully and cheaply. Personally conducted
excursion every tw- weeks. Dend for bul
letin.' Harley J. Hooker, 140 1st National
FOR SALE At Lyle, Wash., a money,
making orchard and hog farm, 10 acre.
Flftee acres In 1-year-old commercial
apples, eight acrea alfalfa, balance tilla
' ble land and 'pasture. Nice buildings
and Improvements. Six nlles from rail
road dt pot and boat landing. A scan to
. country. A gentleman' horn. Land of
sunshine.' Returns should psy for place
in five years. Prlc 120,000. John S.
' i Beall Portland, Ore.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms. 16 per a..
Including paid-up water right, ttsnry
' Levi aV C M. Rylander, 154 Omaha Nat'l.
" v , , ' Miscellaneous.
.SW ACRES, 2Vs mile from town; 10 acre
of land In cultivation, 100 aore pasture;
, comfortable buildings; prlc only 12.500;
11.600 cash, balance on easy terms; write
for. land list. Justin T, Avery, Traer,
TVcatur County, Kansas. ' '
CHOICE FARM. Nlllaaon. 482 Rose .Bldg!
FARM LAND WANTED
f FARMS WANTED
Don't list your farm with tw tf vo
wsnt to keep It.
- B. P. 8NOWDBN SON.
423 ft. 15th ' Douglas ST1.
EXPERIENCED farmer wants to leas fully
-. equipped farm on shares; 1(0 acre or
less. B. E. Harbsrt, 1413 Gaty Ave, East
St. Louis, III. 'I' '
' XPERIENCED married farmer want
, farm to work on. Share or to manage
' farm for salary.- L. C. Huisey, Fairfield,
-AUTO PARTS CO.
- USED CAR BARGAINS, '
111 Chevrolet; look and run Ilk
11 7. Overland "10" 400
1914' Henderson; starter and light.... 36
Jill Smith Fonn-a-Truck; Just over-
i hauled , , 400
itH Ford Touring, .315
111! Ford Touring 301
114 Ford Touring Ill
11 For Qiasui .new. wheals and .
Kit Ford RoadsUr .131
1114 Ford Truck, 160
wheel trailer, list prlc 1260; our
COME IN AND. LOOK THEM OVER.
' Every car sold with a money-back guar
antee. AUTO PARTS CO.,
3106 Farnam St "Doug. 466.
, Standard Motor Co.
' , Used Allen touring car, good condition.
Bargain. v ;uo rarnant BU Carl Chang
WANTED FOR SPOT CASH, 100 USED
. CARS: ack action: no delay. Auto' Ex
hutt Ce 111 ftruo ot, Doug. (OA,
We do not speculate In used car. W
do not expect a profit In the sal of them.
We do not accept every used ear offered
us In axohang on our new Studebakera.
First because w are selling a very popular
new car and do not have to fore th sale
of them and secondly because ws look
upon every user car buyer as a prospect for
a new car later on and therefor will not
soil a poor used car. Our profit are made
In the sale of new cars nd ws can make
a greater profit on th sale of them than
we could hope1 for on a used car, therefore
we make none on th used car and put
only first class work In it, hoping to sell
you a new one later on and we do sell
a large number of new car to former
used car purchaser.
WHT NOT INVESTIGATE?
YOU CANNOT AFFORD NOT TO.
1914 "4" Studebaker touring 1300
114 "4" 8tudebaker touring 225
114 '" Studebaker touring , 460
HIS "I" Studebaker touring 450
1917 "4" Studebaker touring... 600
M17 "4" Studebaker roadster 600
1911 "4" Studebaker touring 760
1017 Studebaker touring 700
Bulck roadster .... 175,
K5 Overland 200
Maxwell roadster 276
1011 Ford truck 160
1111 "4" Studebaker touring 175
Now Is th Time to Buy.
Studebaker - Wilson, Inc.
Famam and 26th Ave. Harney 171.
SOME REAL BARGAINS.
1017 Ford touring." good shape. .. .1215.00
1917 Ford roadster, 1 month In
1117 Ford chassis, fis running... 200.00
141 Ford touring, good as now,
lot of extras 216.0
111 Ford coupe, demountable
rims, a real buy SAB. 00
191S Ford touring, good shape.... 216.00
lilt Ford roadster, with 1915 mo
Brand new Maxwell touring, a real,
1917 Maxwell touring, fine shape.. 106.00
1917 Maxwell touring, good as new 426.00
1911 Maxwell touring, overhauled
and repainted, fin shape 316.00
191 Ford touring, good running or
I 111 Overland, model 11, a real
buy , 166.00
191 Overland, model 75, used a
very little 121.00
1111 Overland, model TI, , repainted
and overhauled lit. 10
Bulck 26, a real buy, good tires
and overhauled , , 165.00
,111 Metx touring, a good buy at. 195.00
All anove vara ' are demonstrated to
your entire aatiafactlon. Terms If de
MEJBKS AUTO CO.,
OMAHA OARAGE, INC.,
10th and Hsrney fits. Tyler 161.
Wrecked and leaky radiator repaired
and rebuilt; large etock used radiator
on hand. Mashed fender and lamps re
paired Ilk new. Highest price paid for
OMAHA RAxXATOR, TIRE AUTO
1111 Cuming St. Omaha, Neb.
ALL kinds of cars for hire, with or with
out driver, by the mile or by th hour.
Fords, 10c per mile. Douglas 7390. Ne-
Draeka Mervlce Garage.
LARG8 assortment to pick from. All lata
models from 1160 up, '
MEKK'8 OARAGE, (Omaha Oarage)
loth ft Harney. Tyldr 655.
QUALITY USED CARS,
; " Studebaker-Wllson, Inc. -'
W hv ths best bargains. Be us at
one. Harney 171. Farnam and 26th Ave.
WILL buy for you that new or used auto
from dealer or Individual on sy psy.
ment. Ellis, 411 Be Bldg.. Doucla 4121.
BARGAINS IN UBKD FORD CARS.
McCaffrey Motor Co., '
10th and Howard. Ford Agents. Dong. 1601.
OAKLAND Sonalbla Six.
MARSH OAKLAND CO., k
130 Farnam St. , ' ' .
$1,6351918 model 7-passenger Studebaker
touring car, never used; will aacrlfle for
cash. ms ejioago.
A i'KW 1911 Ford touring cars. On used
117 Ford touring; 4001 & 14th St 80.
4360, ' I
111 RAMBLER-v-Flv passenger electr'0
light and starter, good condition 1200.
BARGAINS 14 used cara.
ORR MOTOR SALES . CO.,
40th ahd Farnam. i Harney 414.
WE BUY, SELL, REPAIR FORDS!
Tell A Blnkly, Doug. 1640. 3311 Harney St.
1100 reward for auto or tractor magneto
w can't repair. Bayadorfer, 310 N. 18th.
BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED
Ever Reartr Battery Station, 1206 Farnam.
Ford Truck Attachment
140 V. O. B. CHICAGO.
- v '
Th only truck attachment converting
th regular Ford into a one-ton truck for
140. 1 doing the same thing that other
form-a-truck device are doing for 1360.
In dally us by thousands of firms all
over the country. Live prospect vry
where. Great money making proposition
for reliable party. State fully your
qualification and territory wanted. Re
plica held In strict confidence.
MAREMONT MANUFACTURING CO.,
11 B. Wabash Ave., Chicago.
koW IS THE) TIME TO PAINT TOUR
AUTO. WM. PFKIFFER AUTO A CAR
RIAGBWKS., 2626 Leavenworth. Ty. 701.
Auto Livery and Garages.
RENT A FORD -DRIVE IT YOURSELF.
10o a mile, 16o per hour minimum charge.
(Except Sunday and holiday.) ,
' FORD UVERT CO., '
Douglas 1023. 1314 Howard St.
Tires and Supplier
Boylan Auto Radiator Co.
1 R palra a Specialty.
Out-of-town work given prompt attention.
Guaranteed Tire at H Price.
Without Any01d Tire.
SOxl ...17.70 I2x3Vi.. .110.01 34x4. . .113.00
30x3M,.. 18.10 !5x4tt... U6.lt 33x4... 13t5
. Special Discount tu Dealers. '
BOYLAN TIRE & RADIATOR CO.
Phone D. 3114. 1614-14-11 Davenport
"BILT-NU" tires, guaranteed 1,500 miles.
save monex Vulcanising and retreading.
Auto and radiator repairing.
OMAHA RADIATOR, TIRE AND AUTO
WORKS, 1811-21 Cuming. Ty. 17.
TIRES AT HALF PRICK, ALL SIZES.
NEW 10x1 Firestone, 11.00; Ford tubes,
12; NEW lOxltt Non-81 Id Flrestones. Ill,
KAIMAN'S TIRB JOBBERS, 1711 CUMING,
TIRE price wreckers. This is no 3-ln-l tire.
COMBINATION, TIRB FACTORY.
433 B. 13th. Agts. wanted. Omaha, Neb.
SAVE 61 PER CENT ON YOUR TIRES.
G. A G. Tire and Vulcanising Co., 3411
BUT L puncture-prooi pneumatio tires and
Hminatai vnnr tire trouhlek. Powall Huntito
Starters and Generators Repaired.
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE CO.
Anything electrical about your auto,
11 & 19th Bt Douglas 6483.
W repair any storage battery, guaran
teeing same for alg months.
OMAHA BATTERS' AND SERVICE CO.,
111! Hsrney St. Tyler 1394.
Auto Repairing and Painting:.
PHONE HARNEY 3907 for auto repairing.
DELAY ft REAL, W. Farnam Garage, 3537
Farnam. Now open. Give us a trial.
EDWARDS. E. 3611 N. 11th St Web-
ter 1103. For best result with repair
work consult us. . ....
Motorcycle and Bicycle
HARLEY- DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES
Bargains ' In used machine. - Victor H.
. Rooa, th Motorcycle Man, 27th and Leav
OMAHA Bath Inst Electric, steam or tub
baths, massage of all kinds. 121 Neville
JB1K, Voug. 1181. 16th and Harney tit.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Fat Cattle 75 Cents to $1 Off
for Week; Hogs 5 Cents
Lower; Sheep 15 to 25
Cents Lower for Week.
Omaha, Feb. I, 1I1S.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hoge. Sheep.
Official Monday 11,447 14,761 1.24
Official Tuesday 7,451 20,063 12,121
Official Wedreaday .. l,0g 20.042 1,772
Official Thursday .... , 07 11,311 6,401
Official Friday 1,780. 21.167
Estimate Saturday .. 600 10.300
Six days this week.... 37,165 104,46
Same days last week. .31,453 71,114
fiame days 3 wks. ago. 32,690 76,261
Same days 3 wks. ago. 22,151 89,466
Heme days 4 wks. sgo. 29.307 , 64.274
game days last year.. 24, 924 133,653
Receipts snd disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock yards, Omaha. Neb., for 24
hours ending at 3 o'clock yesterday:
C. M , St. P
C. ft N. W eat
C. A N. W west
C, Bt. P. M. & O
C, B. A Q . cast
C, B. A Q west
r, R. I. A P., east ...
Illinois Central .,
Chicago Great Western
Morris Se Co
Swift A Co
Cudahy Packing Co.'
Armour ft Co .,
Hch warts ft Co
J. W. Murphy
J. B. Root & Co.
M. K. ft Calf Co ,
yther Buyers ,
Totals , ....,..
Cattle As usual on Saturday cattle re
ceipt were rather light, about 600 head.
The week' receipts, however, have been ex
ceptionally heavy, 17,900 head, fully 1,000
more than a week ago, and 11,000 more
than a year ago. Bad weather condition
and serious railroad congeatlon had had a
demoralising Influence on the market and
forced declines In fat cattle, ranging from
75c to 11.00. Good to choice heavy beeves
at the etese of the week are selling around
111. 50013.00. Cows and heifer have suf
fered almost as much as beef steers, and
closing quotations are around 60o lower than
a week ago. In Vtockera and feeder th
volume of business 1 (mail and value un
evenly lower, 25O50o lower for the week.
Quotations ..on csttle: Good to choice
beeves, 611.76 12.60; fair to good beeves,
1 1 0.76 11.60 : common to fair beeves, 18.60
O10.60; good to choice yearlings, 111. 00
11.16; fair to good yearlings, 19.75010.76;
common to fair yearlings, I7.50OI-60; good
to choice grass beeves, I10.60ll.60; fair
to good grass beeyes, l.7610.00; common
to fair grsss beeves, 17.60ffl8.60; good to
choice heifers, 11.00OI0.1; good to choice
cows, 8. 6009.60; fair to good cows, I7.60O
1.60; common to fair cows, I6.60O7.35; good
te choloe feeders, 19.60 O10.7I; fair to' good
feeders, II.75OI 60; common to fair feeders,
16.3607-36; good to choice stockers, 19.000
10.00; stock heifers, I7.00O8.50; stock cows,
IS. 60O8.00; stock calves, I7.00OI-60; veal
calves, 11.25013.25; bulls, stags, ate, $7.00
'Hogs Thsr was a fair run of hogs her
this morning for a week-end, and packer
opened the trad buying hogs at prices
that were for ths most part steady with the
general trad yesterday. They paid 116.05
for pretty good heavyweights, this being
th top price, and 6c lower than that paid
yesterday, while the bulk of th offerings
moved at I16.7516. 96. Outsld ot the
arly rounds th trad was for th most
part fairly active, as there was on inclina
tion on th part of sellers to hold out.
Everything was on tlms. Ths trad for
the week Closes around 10o lower.
No. At. Sh.- Pr. No. At.
... Ill 66
... II 71
II. .114 ... 115 6 14. .18
11. .121 ... 11 Ot 70. .141 ... 14 It 1
Sheep For th week sheep and lamb
receipts were ' rather light. Trad was
lower on all grade of fat lams stuff, light
weights suffering a 160250 decline, heavy
grades showing 6076o drops in spots. Fat
THE Salvation Army Industrial Horn so
lid ts your old clothing, furniture, maga
sines. Ws collect W distribute. Phone
Doug. 4131 and our wagon will call. Call
and inspect our new home. 1110-1111-1114
OLLIK BLACK died In Confinement in some
hospital or Platers' home. Left two or
three children. Estate for children when
found. Address Mrs. Esslg. Box Y391,
Omaha Bee. '
MECHANO Therapy .massage tor your
health's sake, MIm Halran, 223 Neville Bk.
Manicuring (Healer) and scalp treatment
For appointment call Ty. 1031. 701 H. 34th.
MISS FISHER, sulphur, steam baths and
massage. 171 ran. Tnea. Biag. u. itts.
MAE BRUGMAN, scientific masseuse and
baths. 303 Karbach Blk. Red 3737.
VAPOR and tub baths. Msssagea ot all
kinds. Km, I, 160 Harney. Doug. 7048.
PRIVATE- licensed maternity home, 441 N.
!8tlt St Phone Colfax 2042.
MINNIE NAGLE at LaBelle Bath Institute,
1506 Harney. Douglas 7046,
BATH and maasage, 1802 Farnam SU Room
s. mono uousmb si pa.
Manicuring and mass. 1622 Farnam. R. II.
MIS3 WEST, manloure, maaaage, 810 N. 17th.
SCIENTIFIC maas. 611 Paxton Blk. D. 6872.
PILES, fistula and other rectal disease
cured without surgical operation. Cure
guaranteed and no money paid until
cured. Writ for book on rectal diseases
DR. E. R. TARRY,
140 Be Bldg., Omaha.
RUPTURE successfully treated without a
surgical operation. Call or write.
Frank H. Wrav, 300 Be Bldg.
HorsesLive Stock Vehicles
Harness, Saddles and Trunks
W make them ourselves; sell, them
direct to consumer. Why pay two profits
for Inferior goods, when you can get
high grade goods at first cost ALFRED
CORNISH A CO., lilt Farnam St,
HOUSES tor sale.m 1718 Webster Street
MONEY TO LOAN
Organised by the Business Men ot Omaha.
FURNITURE, pianoa and notes as security.
140, t mo., H. goods, total, 13.60. .
140,. I mo.. Indorsed notes, total cost, 31.60
Smaller, larger am'ta proporttonst rate.
PROVIDENT LON COMPANY,
431 Rose Bldg., 16th and Farnam. Ty. .
LOANS ON DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
1 C7 .SMALLER LOANS OCT
A JO W. C. FLATAU. EST. 1191. O
ITH FLR. SECURITIES BLDG.. TY. 160.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS
Lowest rate. Private loan booths. Harry
Malashock. 1614 Dodge. D. 661. Est 1891?
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Charles W. Martin and wife to Ma-
mi S. Porter, Ida street 111-1 feet
east of Thirtieth street, north aid.
43x121 I 1,560
Kami S.v Porter and husband to
Jan Porter. Ida street lil t feet
east of Thirtieth street north aide;
A. E. Wagner and wife to M. A. Wag
ner, Fifteenth street 13 feet south
ot Oak street, east side, 16x165.... 100
Anna M. Ian and husband to William
D. Wood. Emmet street, SIS feet
west of Twenty-fourth street north
aide, 10x84.1 , 400
Michael L. Clark, sheriff, to Clara A.
Conlan, Thirty-first street 100 feet
south of Poppleton avenue, west
side. 10x140 1,110
William H. Emails to J. J. Mellck.
Thirty-eighth street t feet south
of Davenport street east aide, SOz
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
Notice I hereby given that th regular
annual meeting of tj stockholders of the
South Platte Land company will be held at
th office of said company, room 701, First
National bank building, Lincoln, Neb., at 11
o'clock a. m. on thi 'ih day of March. A. D.,
1118. C H. MORRILL, President.
W, W, TURNER, Secretary and Treasurer.
sheep were steady, besjdes bringing 112.15,
with wether at 613.25 and yearling quot
ably steady. Feeder were active the first
part of the week and a little atronger in
values, sasing off to about ateady. Beat
lambs are quotable up to tl.60l(.Tf.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lamb,
bandywelght, I16.76Q17.00; lambs, heavy
weight, 116.50916.25; lambs, feeders, 116.00
016.50; lambs, shorn, rl.50$11.60; lambs,
culls, I10.00&14.00; yearlings, fair to choice,
111.60015.00; yearlings, feeders. 112.009
14.26; wethers, fair to choice, 111.00O13. 00;
ewes, fair to choice. 111. 60012.60; ewes,
breeders, all ages, I10.6016.50; ewes, feed
ers. 17 60010.50; ewes, culls and canners,
St. Louis IJve Stock.
St Louis, Feb. . Cattle Receipts, 1,200
head; market steady; native beef steers,
H. 00013. 50; yearling steers and heifers.
17.00013.60; cows, C .r 11.60; stockers
and feeders, 16.00010.60; fair to prime
southern beef steers, I9.0012.00; beef cows
snd heifers, I6.00O10.00; prime yearling
steers and heifers, 17.60 10.00 ; native
Hogs Receipts, 11,000 head; market
lower; lights. tl6.00OK.25; pigs, $12,113
15.00; mixed and butchers, 116.20Oll.3ti;
food heavy, '116. 25016. 60; bt". : ot sale,
116.1616.40. , -
, Sheep and Lambs No receipts; market
Steady: Iambs, 113.00017.75; ewes, 110.60
O12.00; wethers, lll.60O13.26? cannery
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Feb. 9. Cattle Receipts,
200 head; market steady; ' prim fed steers,
U2.60O13.T6; dressed beef steers, $10,250
13.50; western steers, 9.25012.75; cows,
$6.75010.76; heifers, 17.00OH.76; stockers
and feeders. 17.50O12.00; bulla, 6. 75010. 08;
Hog Receipts, 1,000 head; market
lower; bulk of sales, 116.15O16.40; heavy,
$16.26016 50; packers and' butchers, $16.15
16.40; light $16.10014.35; pigs, $11.00
Sheep and Lambs No receipts; market
steady; lambs, 16.0O17.35; yearlings,
$13.60014.75; wethers, f 11.60013.60; ewes,
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Feb. 9. Cattle Receipts,' 4,
000 head; market .eak; native steers, 18.40
13.90; stockers and feeders, 7.2010.40;
cows and heifers, I6.2501X.66; calves, 19.60
Hogs Receipt,- 21,010 head; ' market
weak, S cents under yesterday's average;
bulk of sales, $16.35 16.60; light 115. 96
16.60; mixed, 116.0516.60; heavy, $16.86
16.65; rough, $15.86016.10; pigs, $13,000
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 7,060 head;
market weak; wether, $10.00013.40; lam' s,
Monx City Llv Stock.
Sioux City, Feb. . Cattle Receipts, ' 1,
000 head; market weak; beef steers, $9.00
013.60; fat cows and heifers. $7.75011.00:
canners, $6.0007.26; stockers and feeder i,
$7.76011.00: cslves, 13.00013.16: bulls.
stags, etc., 17.60010.00; feeding cows and
Hogs Receipts, 1,000 head: market
steady to la higher; light, 115.70O16. 80;
mixed, 116.80015.10; heavy, 115.30016.00;
pigs, 112.00014.00; bulk ot sales, $16,800
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 200 head:
St. Joseph Live Stock.
St. Joseph, Feb. 9. Cattle Receipts, CO
t.B-,1 . n.-1r. mtmAv a.u-a . 0 ADAH RA.
cows and heifers, $6.00012.00; calves, tjo.OO
Hogs Receipts, 6,000 head; market lower;
top. $19.40; bulk of sales, . 16.1616.36.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 200 head;
market ateady; lambs, $13.00017.36; ewes,
CHICAGO GBAI?J AND PROVISIONS.
Expectations of Big Receipts ont Monday
' case urain Markets.
Chicago, Feb. I. Expectations of big re
ceipts on Monday eased the grain markets
today at the finish. Corn closed steady but
lltV to 44o net lower, and oats off ',4
to HO Wc Provisions gained 7o to 16c
At first th corn market had an upward
bound owing to reporta that the conditions
of much soft corn waa getting worse as a
result of dampness and unseasonable
warmth. The weather, however, was de
cidedly favorable for railroad operations, and
It was said th car supply had been en
larged to a greater extent than a majority
of th traders were aware of. Advances,
therefor, did not progrss far, and predic
tion that the crop movement next weel
would be speeded did not encounter the
sceptlchm that has of late been the rule.
Just before th clos definite notice from the
railroad waa said to hav been given the
stat Inspection official her that nlar(ed
arrival should be prepared for.
Oats, Ilk corn showed temporary strength
and than underwent a sag. Business waa
almost entirely local, and price changes
were governed largely by varying opinion
regarding th outlook fortaupplloa her.
provisions hardened in value on account
of week end evening up of trades. Lower
quotations on hogs were Ignored.
Cash Prices Corn: Noa. I and 1 yellow
nominal; No. 4 yellow, $1.63. Oats: No. 3
white, 15086c; standard, 16H 0 87Kc Rye:
No. 1 nominal. Barley: 11. 7501.90. Seeds:
Timothy, 16.00O8.26; clover, I21.00OS0.00.
Provisions: Pork nominal; lard, $25.67;
ribS, JZ3.6O 0 24.1O.
New Tork General Market.
New York, Feb. 9. Flour Quiet: springs.
$10.66010.70; winter, $10.25010.60; Kansas,
Corn Spot firm: kiln dried No. I yellow.
$1.17: No. ! mixed, 11.85: cost and
freight New York prompt. Argentina, ,$2.12,
t o. b., cara. I
Oats Spot steady; natural, ltcOfl.00.
Hay 8trong; No. 1. $2.00: No. I. 11.18:
No. 1, 11.90; shipping, $1.75; all nominal.
Hops Quiet: state medium to choice.
1917, 40050c; 1916, nominal; Pacific coast,
1917, 2124o; 1916, 14017c.
Hide steady; Bogota. 38ti41Ue: Cen
tral America, 38040c.
Leather Firm: hemlock sols overweights.
No. 1. 51c; No. 2. 49c.
Provisions Pork, firmer: mess. 1S1 00?
family, $54.00056.00; short clears, S50.00O
Lard Firm; middle west, l26.00O2l.lt.
Tallow Quiet; city special loose, 17o.
Wool Firm: domestla fleece XX OMn
Rice Firm: fancy head. IVflin! blue
Buster Firm: receipt. 14.863 tubs;
creamery higher than extras, 62063Ho; ai
ms (s? acorei, 61 He; firsts, 49051c; seo
onds, 47048 He. '
Eggs Steady: receipts. 1.048 mikk rv..h
gathered extras, 66056c; extra firsts, 54Hc;
. em, votfevutti Btsconas, es apozc.
cneese steady: rece ota. 499 bnr- mi.t.
whol milk flats, held special. 2626c;
state, average run, 254 26c
rounry Alive firm: chickens. 2Se: fowls,
35036o; turkeys, 3630o. Dressed firm and
Local Stork and Bond. ,
Quotations furnished by Burns, Brlnker
A Co.. 449-S2 Omaha V. tlnn.i 1 -i- nu
Stock--- in i .a l -.-m
CurJ&hv Punktn rvi asm it a ik
Djer Co., pfd ...' 99 7
rairmcmt a C., 7 pet pfd 103 104
wwvii aa. cc a t pel pra H 100 104
T.I n no In T1 JL Ti A . .
Avag vuiUitmi WO W V
Nebraska Power Co., 7 pot pfd. .. 101
Omaha ft C B. Street Ry pfd.. C5 71
O. ft C. B. Ry. ft Bridge, pfd.. 68 60
urcnara & w. Co., 7 pet pfd.. 100 101
Sheridan Coal Co., com 75
M. E. Smith A C.n 1 iu rA 1A1
Swift ft Co. stock ,'.!l35 127
Hklnner Mfg. Co.. 1 pet pfd 19
Union Stock Yards Co. stock.... 101 103
IT-1.. 1 li . ,.y - . . . ... ...
,,vn x. oc JJ. t pcu PIU..1VV iOU
American T. A T nntM 11t ee uu
Canadian 6's, 1119 95 '4 95
Canadian 6's, 1937 90 91 Vs
City of Marseilles 6's, 1911 87 90
City of Lyons 6's, 1919 87 90
Columbus L.. H. ft P. 6's, 1924.. 14 95
Federal Farm Loan 4H's, 1937.. 100 100H
Iowa R. ft L. Co. S's, 1932 89 10
Kansas City Terminal 6's. 1118.. 99H 99
Omaha A. (1 RMir l5tn.9l asu. inn
Omaha, Neb., various 4.65
Oakdale, Neb., Water 6's 91 100
Rues. Got. Int SVs. 192..... 86 90
Seaboard Airline Ry. 6 s. 1918.. 95H 96
DWUl oc va........ va
Toledo T., L. ft P. 7's. 1920.... 98 91
Wilson ft Co. 6's, 1941 95 5
West End St Ry. 7's. 1920.... 11 11
t Evaporated Apple fend Dried Fruits.
New York, Feb. I. Evaporated Apples
Nominal; state, 16Vi01Hc; California, 15
Prunes Firm California, 6 14c; Ore
Apricots Scarce; extra choice, 174c;
fancy, 19 H 020c.
Peaches Scarce; standard, llttc; choice,
imoilc; fancy. 13tt014c.
Raisins Firm; loose muscatels, lOlttc:
choice to fancy seeded, IHOlOVic; seedless,
lOlOVie; London layers, 11.80.
London, Feb. I. Silver Bar, 42d per
Money SH per Tent
Discount Rates Short bills. 4 1-13 per
cent; three months' bills, 4 1-1 per 0 nt
Bt Louis Grain.
St Louis, Feb. I. Corn No. 3, 11.70; No.
I white, till; May, ll.3601.25Vi.
, Oats No. 1, itUc; No. I white. 17 Otic;
May, 1014 c,
Cash Corn Unchanged on Clos
ing Day of Week; Oats Frac
tionally Lower; Bye Also
Omaha, February I, 1111.
Arrivals of grain today totaled 247 cars,
with 14 wheat 204 corn, 21 oat and 2 cars
each of ry and barley.
. Cash corn was about unchanged. Receipts
of this cereal were again very liberal and
while most of It sold eloso around yester
day's figures, several cars, mostly of the
white variety sold at an advance of la to
2c. A few car of poor corn declined several
cents. Bidders were active and practically
everything offered cleaned up. buyers again
showing preference for the white. The bulk
of the sales were of th No. 4, No. 5 and
No. I grades, th greater part of the re
celpts consisting ot these grades. No. 4
white sold at 31.77 snd 11.83 and No. b
white at 11.65 and $1.74. No. 4 yellow sold
at i:54 and 11.65 and the No. S grade at
11.44 and $1.47. No. 4 mixed brought $1.63
and $1.62Vt and the No. I mixed 11.43 and
Oats were fractionally lower, selling off
He to He with a good local demand, this
lnaulry. however, being rather limited. No.
2 white sold at 84 c and standard .oats
at 85c. No. 1 white sold at 844c and 86c
and the No. 4 white' and aample grades at
84 He and 84c, respectively.
Ry also displayed weakness, the spot on
this article being quoted 2c lower while bar
ley was nominally unchanged, no sales be
ing reported at a late hour. No. 2 rye sold at
Clearance were: Oats, 495,000 bu.
CARLO T RECEIPT?.
Wheat Corn. Oats.
Chicago ... 4 121 137
Minneapolis 14 7 ..
Omaha 14 204 25
Kansas City 20 165 36
St. Louis 35 14 77
Winnipeg 307 .. ..
Oats No. 2 white: 1 car. 8Hic. Stand
ard: 4 cars, 85c. No. 1 white: S cars.
85c; 1 car, 84Vc. No. 4 white: 1 car.
84Hc. Sample white: 1 car, 84e. Oats
and barley: 1 car, 84c
Rye No. 2: 1 car, 12.1.
Wheat No. 3 hard winter: 1 ear
smutty, 1 per cent common white), 12.08.
No. 2 northern spring: 1 car (smutty),
$2.06. -No. 3 durum: 1 car, $2.09.
Corn No. 4 white: 2 car, $1.83; 1 car,
$1.82; 3 cars. $L79; 3 cars, $1.77; No. 5
white: 1 car $1.74; 1 car. 11.72; 5 cars, 11.71;
3 cars, 11.70; 1 car, 11.67; 1-5 car, (7 per
cent damaged), $1.65; No. white: 1 car
(12 per cent damaged), 11.64; 2 cars, 11.64;
1 car, (12 per cent damaged) 11.63; 1 car,
$1.63; 1 car, $1.50; sample white: 1 car,
11.40; 1 car, 11.35; 1 car, (20 per cent dam
aged), f I 15; No. 4 yellow: I cars, 11.65; 4
cars, $1.54; No. 6 yellow: 1 car, $1.47; 7 cars,
$1.46; I cars, $1.45; 4 4-6 cars, 11.44; No. 1
yellow: 1 car, ll.43Vi; 1 car, 11.42; 3 cars,
$1.40; 2 cars, $1.31; t cars, $1.38; sample
yellow: 1 car, $1.30; 1. car, 11.16; 1 car,
11.00; No. 4 mixed: 1 car, 11.5514; '1 cars,
$1.63; 1 car, $1.62; No. I mixed: 1 car. $1.46;
1 cars, $1.45; 1 car, I1.44H; 3 1-5 cars,
$1.44; I cars, $1.43; No. t mixed: 1 car.
(near' white), 11.46; 2 cars, 11.38; 1 car,
11.36; 1 car, $1.36; 1-5 car, (6 per cent dam.
aged), $1.30; sample mixed: 2 cars, 11.30;
Omaha Cash Prices Corn: No. 4 white,
$4,7701.83; No. S white, $1.6501.74; .No.
6 white, $1.5001.54; sample, white, $1.40;
No. 4 yellow, $1.6401.55; No. S yellow,
$1.4401.47; No. t yellow, $1.3801.434;
sample yellow, $1.0001.30; No. 4 mixed,
1. 5201.654; No. 5 mixed, $1.4301.46; No.
6 mixed, $1.3001.45; sample mixed, 11.130
1.30. Oats: No. 2 white, 844c; standard,
86c; No. 3 white, 84 4 0 85c; No, 4 white,
844c; sample, 84c. Rye: No. 2 $2.1.
Chicago closing prices, furnished Th Be
by Logan ft Bryan, stock and grain broker.
115 South Sixteenth street, Omshat
Art I Open. High. Low. Close. Ye.
Mar. 1 274 1 174 12 1 374 1374
May 1 254 1 25 125 1 254 1254
Mar. 334 83H 12 82 11
May 104 80 79 71 10
May 4. 7 4 IS 41 TO 41 II 46 77
May 21 65 25 IS 26 52 25 IS 25 52
July 26 72 25 72 25 72 ,25 71 25 67
May It SI 24 72 24 2 24 71 24 62
Omaha Hay Market.
Lighter receipt for the paat fw days
and with th demand good on pralrl hay
has caused prices to go some higher on all
grades ot prairie hay. Alfalfa la ateady
with price unchanged. . Straw continues
Hay Choice upland prairie, $21.10; No. 1,
I19.60O20 60; No. 2, 115.50017.60; No. 1,
112.6001440; midland, No. 1, tll.S0O20.S0;
No. 2, 116.60017.60; lowland, No. 1, $16.60
017.60; No. 2, $14.50015.60; No. 3, $12.60
Alfalfa Choice. $30.00; No. 1, $28,000
29.00; standard, 125.00 0 27.00; No. 2, $23.0
Straw Oat, 111.00; wheat, $10.00.
Chicago, Feb. 1. Butter Market lower)
Eggs Market higher; receipts, 1,101
cases; firsts, Slo; ordinary firsts, 41 0 49c;
at mark, cases Included, 48050c; refrigera
tor firsts, 44 94c
Potatoes Market higher; receipts, 22
cara; Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan,
bulk, 12.05 0 2.15; Wisconsin, Minnesota and
Michigan, sack, $2.1002.20.
New York C 'on.
.New York, Feb. . Cotton Turures
opened steady; March 10.36e; May, 21.70c;
July, 21.16c; October, 27.87c; December,
Cotton futures closed steady; March,
30.26c; May, 29.73c; July, 29.16c; October,
27.91c; December, 27.76c.
New Yerk.'Feb. I. Cotton Quiet; mid
dling. 81.60c '
Minneapolis, Minn., , Feb. 9. Flour Un
changed. Barley 11.6501.11.
Corn No. 1 yellow, $1.7301.78.
Oats No. 1 white, 84086c
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Ga., Feb. I. Turpentine Firm,
44c; sales, 13 bbls.; receipts, 148 bbls.; ship
ments, 42 bbls.; stock, 25,651 bbls.
Rosin Firm; sales, 383 bbls.; receipts,
157 bbls.; shipments, 750 bbls.; stock, 10,
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City, Feb. t. Corn No. I mixed,
$1.7201.90; No. i whits, 11.1602.06; No. 2
yellow, 11.80 01.10; May, 11.26.
Oats No. 1 white, 18 0 89o; No. 1 mixed,
Duluth. Feb. I. Linseed. $!.570S.: May,
13.67 asked; July, $3.51 asked; October,
$3.17 bid. -
Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City. Feb. I. Butter, Egg and
(Bv Assoidnted Press.)
London, Feb. 9. According to an
Exchange Telegraph dispatch from
Copenhagen, a special correspondent
of the Berlmske Tidende. who suc
ceeded in escaping from Helsingfors,
says that the red guards have made
a frightful slaughter of great masses
of Finnish people and have been
plundering and killing in a most brutal
The theater and a large number of
public buildings in Helsingfors have
been destroyed. '
The red guards, however, have been
unable to control the people and an
archy if increasing.
Store houses in Helsingfors, which
contained food from Denmark for
starving Finns, have been destroyed
by the red guards and Russian Bol
sheviki. S. 0. S. Call From Steamer
Picked Up at Cape Race
, An 'Atlantic Port, Feb. 9. A call for
immediate assistance from a 'Steamer
in distress far out at sea was picked
up toda:" by the Cape Race station and
Naval authorities said they had no
information as to the nature pf the
a t a.
snip s trouDie, , i
HEW YORK STOCKS
Trading Perceptibly Curtailed
by Approaching Triple Holi
day; Activity of Pools in
New Tork, Feb. 9. The further activity
of pools In various specialties furnished
almoat the sole interest In today' market
representative bsues recording little change.
Trading was perceptibly curtailed by the
approaching triple holiday and the short
Interest again covered-' commitment In
steels, rails and other leaders.
Extreme advances of 1 to 1 points In
equipments, coppers, motors and oils and
as much as 2 to 6 points in Industrial
Alcohol, National Lead, Harvester and Vir
ginia coal were the outstanding features.
United States Steel fluctuated within
fractional limits, closing at a slight net
gain. Raila were irregular, coalers, how
ever, showing a firm trend. Shippings lost
some of their recent strength, although
United Fruit held Us 2 point rise. Sales
amounted to 236,000 shares.
General news of the day Included the
January statement of the United States
Steel corporation, which showed an Increase
of not quite 100 tons in unfilled orders
over the preceding month. x
A very moderate reduction In actual loans
by the banks failed to offset the recent
large expansion of, that Item, but members
of the federal reserve made up almost all
of last week's loss to that Institution and
excess . reserves Increased by about
New low records were made by Liberty
first 4 s at 96.26 and second 4's at 95.10.
The general bond list was hestjtant on light
offerings. Sales (par value) aggregated
United State bonds (Old Issues) were un
changed on call during the week.
The following quotations, which are up to
1:30 p. m.. eastern time, are furnished by
Logan & Bryan, members eNw Tork stock
exchange, 315 South Sixteenth street:
Opening. 1:30 P. jr.
Liberty bonds, 1st 97.66 97.66
Liberty bonds, 2d 95.3 95.22
Liberty bonds, conv 96.32 96.32
Union Pacific 114U 114 "4
Southern Paclflo it 83H
Northern Pacific 83i , 83
Great Northern 90 90
A., T. & S. F 64 84
Chi., Mil. & St. P 41H . 4U,
New Tork Central 70 7014
Penn. R. R 44T 45
Erie It. R 14 14
Chesapeake A Ohio 53 63
U. S. Steel Corp., com 94 94H
Amer. Locomotive 61 6!
Carbide Carbon 61 61
Amer. Car Foundry 73 .73 54
Baldwin Locomotive Works 67 67
Anaconda Copper Mining... 62 62
Chlno Copper 43 43
'Nev. Cons. Copper 18 18
Miami Copper 30 30
Ray Cons. Copper 23 23
Amer. Smltg. & Rfng 82 82
Mexican Petroleum, ' Ltd. . . 90 90
We Trade In
. Preferred and Common
Submit your bid and offering's.
A. E. BLAKESLEY, Broker,
Member Denver Cons. Stock Exchange
E. 4 C. Building, Denver, Colo.
Reference Any Bank in Denver.
R0BT. C. DRUESEDOW & CO.
INVESTMENT BROKERS .
Stocks and Bonds, Local Securities Bought and Sold.
860 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
Producers and Refiners of Wyoming Crude
Oils, Pipe Lines, Royalties, Tank Cars
Transfer Offices Office of the Company, Denver, Colo.
Registrars: Kingsbury & Co., Denver, Colo.
Depositories: FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Denver, Colo.
RIVERTON STATE BANK, Riverton, Wyoming.
RIVERTON-WYOMING REFINING it building tt Refinery at Riverton, Wyom
ing, in th very heart of the oil development of Fremont County, and th contract
therefor require that it shall be in operation by or before June first next, with daily
3,000 BARRELS CRUDE OIL
It has contracted over 6,500 acres of its immense holdings to be drilled and
should have at least 1,000 barrels daily production from its own lands ready for the
Refinery in addition to the oil contracted from others.
Th entire holdings of th company ar
15,500 ACRES OIL LANDS
1 which are located in EIGHT WELL DEFINED DOMES Pilot Butte, Sage Creek.
Plunket, Hudson, Beaver Creek, Big Sand Draw, Lost Well Butte and Riverton Basin.
Development work i greater in the Fremont County Oil Fields than anywhere
felse in Wyoming, and the opening up of the Maverick Springs field with the 126
wells required to be drilled by the U. S. Government leases will probably mean'
production of 10,000 barrels daily in the Riverton District during the coming sum
mer, and the consequent increase in the capacity of the Refinery of RIVERTON--WYOMING
REFINING CO.. to
. 10,000 Barrels Daily Within Another Year
The Pipe Line System of RIVERTON-WYOMING REFINING contemplates
about 200 miles.of 6, 4 and 3 -inch pipe, besides larger connecting links, which will
cover the above named domes and about fourteen others that lie within from one
mil to forty miles of Riverton.
RIVERTON-WYOMING REFINING WILL HAVE 20O TANK CARS OF ITS
OWN for the marketing of its products. It owns several fine royalties and will soon
acquire others that should bring large independent earnings. '
RIVERTON-WYOMING REFINING combines every branch and department ot
the oil industry in one organisation and under one management, and assures the
stockholder of his pro-rata interest in all and his profits from all. It is the one
company that presents all elements of
A SAFE AND SOUND INVESTMENT VITHOUT THE
ELEMENT OF CHANCE .
In order to finance extensions of the pipe line system and to secure additional
tank cars a lin-ited amount of Treasury Stock is offered at
ONE DOLLAR A SHARE
Subscriptions will be entered and filled in the order received until this allot
ment is disposed of. The right is reserved to return the money if received after the
. offering is disposed of. Reservations may be mad by wire at our expense.
It is likely the books will close on thi offering about March first OUR
PERSONAL INVESTIGATION OF RIVERTON-WYOMING REFINING convinces ns
that this is one of the finest investment securities ever offered to the public In
our judgment the stock will go to at least five1 times its present sale price within
a year, and we believe it will exceed that. t haa potential earning value equal to
he present price of th stock every year after the plant is in operation.
APPLICATION WILL SOON BE MADE TO LIST THIS
STOCK ON THE NEW YORK CURB
Farther information will be furnished on request, but prompt action is urged
that orders may reach ns in plenty ot time to assure you ot getting in on this
fl.00 allotment. ,
KINGSBURY & CO.
224 Century Building,
General Electric 135 185
Cons. O. L. P. Co 91 81
Western Union 90 10
Interborough Rap. Trans... 8
Central Leather ..t 70 79
American Can ... 40 40
Goodrich (B. F.) Co 47', . 47H
General Motors Co 140 140
Willys-Overland 18ft 18H
Studebaker Corp 61
Beth. Steel Bs 764 v.
Real Oil Speculation
New company new field Bisnssement experienced
oil operators and bankers company ca pi tallied for
only $100,000.00. Property absolutely adjoins produc
ing company. Looks like anre winner. Expect to com
plete first well this month.
f 5,000 SHARE OPTION FREE
Write today xirint your name, address sad ee
rarstioa snd we will mall you full particulars and
si you Ire a 30-day option on sll or any part of
6 000 shares at the prwent low price of ten cents
(10c per share. You ihen bate SO days In which to
taventigate and decide whether you wish to buy or
FREE OIL PAPER
We will also famish you free a three months' sub
scription to a newspaper published for oil larestors.
Contains maps and news of all fields. Interesting Il
lustrations and articles about the oil business. Writ
Is s rounr. company with rood property snd a hust
ling management Tou should join now. Stock sll
common. Fully paid and non -assessable.
100 shares cost $ 10. 250 shares coat $!S
500 shares cost 60 l.OOO shares cost 100
5,000 shares cost 500.- 10.000 shares cost 1000
Remit by check, draft or money order. If you send
currency register your letter.
for your free 30-day option 00 5.000 shares (Tou srs
under no obligations whaterer). free oil paper and
all particulars. Do it now.
CENTRAL WEST OIL COMPANY
Gillette Building, Tulsa, Okla.
73 CHANCES TOWIN
2 CHANCES TO LOSE
Big Bear Oil Company is drilling two wells "
the sensational Big Muddy Oil Pool of Wyominw
where only two wells out of seventy-fire drilled hate
been losers. About 100 more wells are being drilled
and UK) more derricks up or hi construction. Big
Bear well No. 1 down 1.750 feet: well No. 2, 720
feet. Company has no debts: $12,000 in bank; 1.160
acres Big Muddy Pool and 160 seres Cheyenne River
Pool. Yoiir money goes for drilling, officers receiving
neither salary nor commission. Co-operatlre company
everyone treated alike. Capitalization $500,000; stock
full paiil and non-assessable. Sold on monthly pay
ments, if desired: 100,000 shares now offered for 121 '
cents a share. Stock now aelllng for $40, before
striking oil, sold for 10 cents a slave. Big Muddy
Wall Orwk sand will run from 600 to 2,000 barrels.
One 50. barrel well should make Big Bear sell in
the dollars. Big Bear haa s good chance to be the
neit fortune maker. Price will be advanced without
notice on selling all of 100,000 shares or striking
oil. Your opportunity Is today. If yoe want soma
stork at 12-ceut price, write at once for literature,
bank references, map and guarantee. .
WM. G. KRAPE INV. CO.,
942 Gaa Electric Bldg, Denver, Cole.
WARE & LELAflD
Stocks, Grain, Cotton
Member New York Stock Ex
change, New York Cotton Ex
change, Chicago Board of Trade,
Omaha Grain Exchange.
Write for Special Review of
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