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HELP WANTED FEMALE
Household and Domestic.
WANTED Young Ladies to
tern telephone operating.
Good wages paid while
Warning. . rapid advance
ment, permanent positions.
Apply to F. LAMBERT.
1807 Douglas St
TO WORK IN FACTOR!. -,
GOOD PAT TO BEGINNERS
-.. ITH AND DODGE.
WANTED GIRLS TO WRAP AND IN
SPECT PACKAGES. GOOD SALARY
AND GOOD CHANCE FOR ADVANCE-.
MENT. APPLY MR. COHEN. BRAN
WANTED 10 experienced power eewlng
machine operator, also girl to learn, light
cledn, ateady work, pleasant aurroundlng-a
beat wagea in the city. Apply at once.
Omaha Auto Top Co.. 709-11 S 16th St
Saleswomen and Solicitors.
A number of women who are
capable of aelllng women'a and
children'! ihoea, apply Wednea
day before 6 p. m., or Thursday '
before 8:30 a. m.
Household and Domestic.
IV ANTED Experienced white laundress for
three days. Mrs. W. D. Hosford, 628 S.
STth St. Harney 87.
WANTED Cook, good wages; two In
family. No laundry. Call Major Kennedy,
Fort Omaha. .
WANTED Competent second girl, city ref
erences. , 628 South 20th. Mrs. F. H.
Davles. ' '
GIRL wanted to assist with general .house
work; best wages paid. Harney 8278.
8003 Harney St. . -
EXPERIENCED w,oman for general house
work; no washing; good wages; call Web
WANTED Girl for general housework.
Close in. Red 5478.
COMPETENT white cook and aecond maid
In a family of three; references. Mrs. W.
J. Hynes, Tel. Harney 4760.
WANTED An experienced cook; good wag
es. Appointment by telephone. Harney
120. References required.
WANTED An experienced nurse for chil
dren; references required. Tel. Harney
BIRL For general work. Wynona Apte.,
604 a 86th, Harney 4817.
WOMAN for housework. Must be good cook.
No laundry. 416 8. 88th St. Harney 2650.
WANTED Girl to assist with housework
and care of small child. Phone Walnut 81.
WANTED Experienced cook and servant
girl; white; good wages. Call Harney 70.
WHITE cook, three In family; 510 per week.
GIRL for general housework; no washing or
ironing. Call Wal. 668.
WANTED Glrla who have graduated from
. High or Commercial High schools to work
at the Grain Exchange in their laboratory.
Call in person. Room 826, Omaha Grain
, Exchange, 19th and Harney Sta.
Male and Female.
experienced lumber stenographer, male
or female. 1440 First National Bank Bldg.
WANTED Men, ladles and boys, learn
barber trade; big demand; wagea while
learning; strictly modern. Call or writs
1408 Dodge St Trl-Clty Barber College.
Phone D. 2147.
MOLER Barber College wants young men
and ladles to learn the barber trade. Call
or writ for free catalogue. 110 8. 14th
8t. Omaha. Neb.
' MAN AND WIFE for janitor and maid.
v BOYLES COLLEGE.
Every day la enrollment day. Book
keeping, shorthand, stenotypy, typewrit
ing, telegraphy, civil service all commer
cial and English branofiee. Catalogue free.
Douglas 1666. 18th and Harney Sta. '
Van Bant School of Business. .
Day and Evening Schools.
180 Omaha National Bank Bide
FOR RENT ROOMS
ATTENTION ROOM HUNTERS.
If yon fail to find the room yon
dslre among these ada call at The
Be office for a Room List. Gives
compute) description of vacant rooms In
all parts of the oity. New lists issued
TWO nicely furnished rooms, with an east
front Prices reasonable.
Til S. 17th Ave. v ,
CLEAN, cool, beautifully furnished room,
- near car Una, walking distance. Harney
, FURNISHED rooms for gentlemen or buai-
nesa women, walking distance, 2816 Har
' ney. Harney 6987. '
LARGE, cool, beautifully furnished room for
gentlemen or couple employed. Private
home. Tyler 2795.
MODERN furnished rooms for men only at
the Sunshine. 608 North 17tb St Reason
LARGE, cool, nicely furnished room; Hans
com park district Reasonable. Call Har
DOUGLAS ST., 8103 Opened under new
management; cool sleeping rooms; ran
nlng water each room.
LARGE front sleeping room, suitable for 1
or 8. ' Northeast exposure. Alao use of
den. Private family. H. 2347.
1816 FARNAM Nicely furnished room with
home privileges to lady employed. Har
ney 6664. .
BRAYSTONE, 25th and Case, nicely fur
nished rooms. Douglas 7994.
NICE room in modern apt for 1 or 2 glrla;
1 blocks from park. H. 8641. '
FURNISHED front sleeping room on first
floor. - Strictly modern.: 3301 Howard St.
8671 HARNEY, neatly furnished room;
eloae in. Strictly private family.
t ROOMS tor light housekeeping, gaa. eleo
trlcity and telephone furnished. 67 per
week. Close in and on car Una. 220 North
NICELY furnished rooms with laundry
; privileges for two ladies employed. ' Apt
, 3, 613 South 16th St.
(114 CHICAGO 1, 2 or 2 rooms, neatly fur-
ntshert. Ilrht bnuxekteping; reat reason -
hi. rtnuclaa 937.
IHRtiS nice, larve outside rooms for light
Housekeeping ; all modern. 2221 Willi mw.
FOR RENT ROOMS
TWO housekeeping rooms and aleeping
room. 828 S. 23d. Ty. T46.
FURNISHED ROOMS for light housekeep
ing. 3153 St Mary's Ave.
2034 DAVENPORT ST 3 or 3 neatly fur
nished housekeeping rooms.
NEATLY furnished 3-room suite; also gar-
age. 3026 Davenport '
COOL rooms, 33 week; also apartments with
kitchenettes. Ogden hotel. Co. murrs.
WANTED To rent, desirable room with
private family, suitable for two respon
sible younr ladles, with or without
board. Must be within walking distance
from cltv. Box 4SS7, Omaha Bee.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
LA TONA APARTMENTS.
- 641 S. 34th St
A large living room, a dressing room
and closet combined, a kitchenette and
bath; completely furnished; beat of serv
ice. D. 1583.
MY new apartment in Dundee, 4 rooms, tile
bath, oak finish, hardwood floors, electric
light, southern exposure, hot water year
round, steam heat 360 per month. Call
forenoons. Walnut 3958.
FURNISHED house in west Farnam . dla
trio 8 rooms with splendid sleeping
porch. June 16 to September 1st 875
per month. Harney 8691.
5-ROO.M semi-basement modern, suitable
for 3 couples. Harney 2373. 576 S. 88th.
OKOBOJI cottage, suitable for small fam
ily, garage. Webster 471.
FOR RENT HOUSES
2224 Dodge street, 8-room rood, house, 367.50
Alfred C. Kennedy Company,
205 South 18th St
2568 Douglas, rooming house 333
1516 North 16th, rooming house 33
John N. Frenxer, Douglas 654.
4 ROOMS 88; 4 rooms partly modern, 110,
for small family. 2420 Cuming Street.
7-ROOM house; hot water heat; walking
distance. Harney 2049. '
ENTIRE upstairs residence. Three large
rooms and bath; modern except heat 312.
8511 Corby St.. Webster 6765.
4 LARGE ROOMS and bath, aecond floor.
239 Seward. Red 682.
7-ROOM brick house, partly modern. Phone
6-ROOM modern house. 2812 Capital Ave.
10-ROOM BOOMING HOUSE, 2601 Capitol
3859 California St., 8 rms 330.00
409 S. 25th Ave., 9 rms 40.00
Tyler 1636. 333 Securities Bldg.
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
CREIGH SONS A CO.. BEE BLDO
LIST your property for rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
Realtors. Tyler 719.
Shopen A Co.. Rental Douglas 4328.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
2-ROOM APARTMENT with 8-room ac
commodations and bath to sub-lease; will
sell completely furnished, used only since
first of year. Phone Tyler 2231-J, after
6:30 p. m.
PETERS TRUST CO.
8peclaltists in Apartment management
HAMILTON APTS., fireproof; fine lawn and
flowers; best location, 24th and Farnam.
Prices reasonable. Call D. 1472.
MODERN Estabrook Apta., near postotflce,
822. G. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
4-ROOM semi-basement apt, new, 316.60.
Apt 2, Maple court 1815 Maple. Red 682.
FOR RENT June 1, 7-roora steam-heated
flat at 2624 Leavenworth St Nebraska and
Wyoming Investment Co., 823 Brandels
Theater Bldg. Phone Doug. 1571.
3 AND 4-room modern apta. 816 8. I2d
St Tyler 2248.
3 .ROOMS with 3-room accommodations.
The Coronado, 22d and Capitol Ave., $33.50
6 rooms, the Hudson, 207 8. 26th Ave.,
BENSON & MYERS CO., Realtors.
424 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 746.
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
39,000 sq. ft. of floor space In the
American Hand Sewed Shoe Co. Bldg.
N. W. corner 12th and Harney sts. Hy
draulic elevator; steam heat and sprinkler
GEORGE & CO., DOUG. 756.
$50 per month 707 South 16th street.
370 per month 617 South 16th street
$100 per month 214 South 16th street
GEORGE & CO, DOUG. 756.
STORE FOR RENT 16th and Douglas, 20x
60, steam heat rent $116 per month.
WORLD REALTY CO.,
Douglas 5342. Sun Theater Bldg.
BUSINESS Men demand the best office
location. The Bee Building supplies this
demand. Keystone In v. Co, Tyler 181.
MODERN store, 16th St, near P. O. Low
rent G. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
8TORE Suitable for clgara fruit or aoft
drinks; on car line. Apply 1133 Douglas.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED For the summer months a fur
nished five or six-room bungalow or apart
ment in good neighborhood. Box 8347,
MOVING AND STORAGE
16TH AND JACKSON. DOUG. 288.
STORAGE, MOVING, PACKING.
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF ALL VACANT
N HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
METROPOLITAN VAN A STORAGE CO.
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture a tore; office on Howard St, between
16th and 16th. Phona Tyler 2400. Have
your moving handled just as you would
an order for new furniture. That's the way
we do it Ask to see our dally rental lists.
Separate locked rooma for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO,
806 8. 16th. Douglsa 4163.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
storing call Tyler 330 or Douglas 4338.
OMAHA EXPRESS CO.
LARGE moving vans; careful men. Fur-
nuure pacn, storage. ii7 unicago. u-aaJe
T n TT?1?T Express Co, Moving.
U. v. iujuu Packing and Storage.
1207 Farnam St Web. 2748. Doug. (146.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
7-room, new stucco bungalow; living
room with fireplace, sun room, dining
room and kitchen, firat floor; two large
bedrooms, bath and sleeping porch aecond
floor; full basement; furnace heat; oak
throughout, corner 'lot; garage for two
cars; three blocks to car line at 40th and
Farnam; a very-attractive place. Price
$7,100. h .
J. L. HIATT CO.,
800 First Nat'l Bank Bldg. ( Tyler 63.
FINE MODERN HOME
I rooms, in fine condition, hot water
heat corner lot paved street fine
neighborhood, plenty large shade trees,
owner non-resident, must sell: easy
, terms. Located tn west part of Oma-
S. S. & R. E. MONTGOMERY,
213 CITY NATL. BANK BLD1
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
CENTRAL WEST BARGAIN.
PRICE ONLY J4.S0O.
Dandy full two-story, six-room, strictly
modern home. Just like new. rood ram re:
lot 60xt4O. A real snap tn a district that
is rapmiy increasing in value. About
33.000 down and balance at 6 per cent
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
$150 CASH. $17.60 PER MO.
For this dandy 6-r. house, mod. ex.
heat. 8 nice bedrooms, cor. lot, close to
Kennedy school. 1 blk. to car. Price 31,600.
RASP BROS.. 210 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 72t.
6 ROOMS OAK FINISH, brand new. Tav
Ing paid and easy terms. Near SSth
and vase. Call days. Douglaa S140.
OIL STOCK BARGAIN.
' I offer for quick sale any part of 200
ahares atock In successful oil company
wmcn owns thousands acres valuable
Company has one lease of 420 acres en
tirely surrounded by PRODUCING OIL
WELLS which came in gushers 1,000 to
10,000 oarrela per day.
Company's well No. 1 on this lease
came, It Is estimated, at 13.000.000 cu,
ft. gas well, which will make Caslnghead
Well No. 2 this proven lease now drilling
day' and night should reach GUSHER
ba.vjj within two or three weeks. ;
This stock should go Into BIG MONEY
before you know It. It will be worth many
times its present value the minute well
No. I comes In.
Company stock now selling at $18.60 and
subject to withdrawal. I offer part of my
stock at $10 per chare in 10-share lota.
Quick action on your money guaranteed.
Write at once for full information or
Address Box 5256, Bee.
OWNER IS DRAFTED
JWill Sacrifice for Cash
6 -room strictly modern house, located
near 2Sth and Yates. 6 rooms and bath
' on first floor. 1 room finished on second
floor; rooms more could be finished.
Large lot, 60x135, on paved street and
paving paid for. Owner has authorized us
lo sell this property for $2,200 cash. If
ever mere was a real oargain ottered In
this city, this is one.
Payne Investment Co.,
637 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1781
5-R. COTTAGE $3,750.
Located at 2453 Hartman Ave, one
block west of 24th St car line, where the
houses are all new; has large combination
living room, with alcove, and dining room
finished in oak; well arranged kitchen
and two nice sleeping rooms and bath on
nrst rioor; first-class plumbing through
out; electric light and gas; furnace heat:
corner lot. Small payment down, balance
about the same as rent. House now va
cant, ready to move Into. See us about
it at once.
HASTINGS A HETDEN,
1614 Harney St. Phone Tyler 60,
BEST BARGAIN IN BEMIS
PARK, $5,500 ,
A very well built home, located
on the boulevard, handy to car line.
Must sell and the price la right Has
4 large rooma on the first floor, with
fireplace, and four nice bedrooms on
the 2d floor, besides sleeping porch.
Full bssement and large attic; lot
61x140 with beautiful shade trees;
substantial garage. $1,000 cash will
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 8862. 918-20 City National.
LOTHROP SCHOOL DISTRICT?
Must sell this splendid almost new
house, 6 rooms and bath, 1st floor, sev
eral rooms finished upstairs, strictly
modern, nice garage, lot and paved street;
too large for owner anxious to sell; price
reduced to $4,000; 'good terms.
TEBBENS, THE REALTOR,
QOBy Omaha Nat'l Bk Phone D. 2182.
Nearly new, 5-r, all mod, oak finish;
fine screened porch; e. front lot; near 86th
and Ames. Price 3,800, $300 cash; $27.60
per month Ton can't beat It.
RASP BROS, 210 Keellne Bldg. Tyler 781.
KOUNTZE PLACE $3,000, eight rooma and
bath; garage, large lot; paving all paid:
fine location. 2219 Btnney St Terms.
NORRIS A NORRIS,
106 N. 16TH ST. PHONE DOUOLAB 4370.
GOT TO SELL.
Eight-room house, not new, J lots,
chicken house, block to car and school.
See 2866 Maple and make offer. Phone
NEW Miller park home, large grounds, 90x
mo, cement anveway to garage; terms
$500 cash and $40 per month.
W H. GATES.
647 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg. D. 1294
WE SELL. Rent Insure and make Loans
on City property. North.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO,
24th and Ames Ave. Cot I1T.
5-R, all mod. oak-flnlshed home; garage;
60x128 ft. lot; paved St, near 27th and
Fort St, $3,100; $200 cash.
RASP BROS, Keellne Bldg.
MINNE LUSA homes and iota offer the
beat opportunity ta Invest yonr money.
Phone Tvler 187
ONLY $300 DOWN
will start you on your own home; seven
rooms and bath, strictly modern, not new
but In good shape, nice east front three
blocks to cross town car. Price only
OSBORNE REALTY CO.,
701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 496.
FIELD club district, 7-room modern house,
rarage. lot 70X185. price 14,250. C. A.
Orlmmel. Phone Doug. 1616.
W FARNAM SMITH A CO,
Real Estat and Insurance.
182 Farnam St ' Dona. 1(84.
6-ROOM cottage, two blocks from car.
full lot. 82,000. Terms. 8300 cash, balance
320 per month.
BENSON AND CARMICHAEL
642 Pax ton Block.
' FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES, COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS
PORTER A SHOTWELL.
!02 8 17th St Booties 6018.
HOMES AND HOMESITES.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO,
837 Om. Nat Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1T8J.
REM ESTATE B'ness Pr'pty
WE WILL buy your borne or business
property and pay cash.
H. A. WOLF CO, "
Electrlo Bid a. Tyler tl.
BUSINESS property and Investments.
A P TUKEY and SON.
620 First National Bank Bldg.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO,
Income. Business and Trsrkage Specialist
16th and Dodge Str Douglas 41$.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange
GOOD Omaha residence property to ex.
change for clear western land, or eastern
Neb. farm. Mr. Pease. 2U Bran. Th. Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
ELMWOOD GARDEN LOTS.
31 DOWN. 31 A WEEK.
PATNE SLATER CO.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
v Price Only $3,300. '
- Choice five-room, strictly modem bun
galow, oak finish, partly modern, five
large lots, east front This dandy snap
can be handled with about $350 down and
$30 per month.
OSBORNE REALTY CO., -
701 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Tyler 498.
THIRTY acres on Ames Ave, 40 rds. weat
of Fontenelle Park.
FIRST TRUST COMPANY OF OMAHA.
Realtors. ' .
400 First Nat Bank Uldg Tyler 739
MODERN, 8-room. bath, fine garden, 3 lota,
garage, chickens, 19th and Warren,
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Fine Dundee Home,
6-R. and Sleeping Porch
This home Is about 4 years old, Is on
corner lot; downstairs arranged with re
ception hall, large living room and built
in bookcarea: dining room paneled and
built-in seat; kitchen with cupboards: rear
vestibule and rear porch; oak finish
downstairs; oak floors throughout. Up
stairs arranged with 8 large bedrooms
and an Inclosed aleeping porch; bath,
linen closet; stirway leading to large at
tio; pressed brick foundation; full base
ment. vOnly one block from car line.
HASTINGS A HKYDEN,
1614 Harney St. Phone Tyler 80.
DUNDEE Stucco bungalow, nearly new; 6
rooma and bath, full attlo and cement
basement. Phone Doug. 6139 and ask for
HIGH and sightly' Duudee lots, $876 to
31.180. Easy terms. Loan arranged for
building purpoaea. Phone D. 6074. Shuler
A Cary, Realtors.
DUNDKE OAK BUNGALOW $3,760. 6
rooma, on paved street and paving paid.
Easy terms. Calffleya. Doug. 8140.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WILL exchange for weatern land, two full
lota and six houses, corner 15th and
Decatur; also full lot and two houses.
3425-29 Franklin St
JOHN W. ROBBINS, 1803 FARNAM ST.
20-ACRE, highly improved apple and berry
proposition ;J Hood River, Ore.; no frost
ever known; all clear; exchange for 80 to
120-aore Nebraska farm. Call Mr. Browne,
WE) HAVE several good reliable buyers for
6 and 6-roora houses and bungalows with
8300 to $500 down. Call Osborne Reslty
Co. Tyler 496 701 Om. Nat. Dank Bldg.
Llat Your Property with
J. J. MULV1HILL,
200 Brandels Thea. Bldg. Douglaa $6.
MEET rue at F. D. Weed's office.
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
WE want 100 mortgagee on Omaha resi
dences; funds on hand for quick closing
E. H. LOUGEE, INC.
628-40 Keellne Bldg.
QUICK ACTION ON LOANS.
W. T. GRAHAM.
604 Bee Bldg. Douglaa 1533.
DIVIDENDS OF 6 PER CENT OR MORE.
One dollar starts an account.
OMAHA LOAN A BLDO. ASSOCIATION.
tri Of FARM LOANS,- CI Of
Ol2 1 PAUL PETER80N, 72
864 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDG.
H. W. BINDER,
Money on hand tor mortgage loans
City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFB REAL ESTATE CO,
1016 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 1716.
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
6, 6 and 6 Per Cent
J. H. DUMONT CO, Keellne Bldg.
5V2 HARISON A MORTON,
919 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
8100 to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Weed, Weed Bldg, 18th and Farnam Sts.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co, Omaha.
SHOPEN A COMPANY. Douglaa 4286.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W. H. Thomas & Son, Keeline Bldg.
LOW RATES C G. CARLBERG, 311 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 685
Stocks and Ponds.
WE are offering atock In an established,
dividend-paying Omaha Nebraaka corpor
ation. An unusual Investment offering,
and alt stocks sold now participate In a
July dividend. For further particulars,
without obligation, address, Bankers'
Sales Agency, Woodmen Building. Omaha.
A HIGH GRADE fiscal policy Is open for
contract to Increase capitalisation of an
established business concern. Must be ,
on paying Dasis ana aoie 10 snow in&i
additional capital Is needed. Quick re
sults assured. For personal Interview,
addresa Box 8882, Bee.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
85 ACRES For $476, Improved, close In,
spring, Arkansas Investment Co, Leslie,
Our next excursion to McGehee, Ark.
W. S. FRANK, 201 NEVILLE BLK.
160 ACRES 8 miles from Frutla, Colo, and
three steam threshing outfits to trads on
western Nebraska or eastern Colorado
wheat land. John T. Johnson, Columbus,
NEBRASKA LAND BARGAINS.
IN THE CORN AND ALFALFA BELT.
No 1. 460 acres In Custer county, five
miles from good town, sohool house on
the place. All good black sandy loam
soli that producea any crop grown in
Nebraska. Land lies level to gently rolling.
170 acres under plow, which lies nearly
level. Has a very common set of Im
provements occupied by tenant; fenced
and cross-fenced;, two wells and one new
windmill. Good grove weat and north of
buildings. Price $30 per acre. Incum
brance, $9,750. If you have $4,500 in
cash you can buy this place and get one
third of the crop this year. Preaent lease
expires March 1, 1919. This little ranch
will double In value In the next five years
if properly farmed.
No. 2. 160 acres, located In Merrick
county, nicely Improved. Five miles from
town, only one-half mile from rural high
aohool perfectly level road to town. Eight
room house well steltered by plenty of
shade trees, barn for 12 horses and five
tons of hay, hog ahsd, chicken house,
granary and garage, good well and wind
mill, best of soft water at a depth of
20 feet. Eighty aores under plow, 15
acres In alfalfa, balance pasture, whtch
can all be broken and profitably farmed;
all good black sandy loam soil that pro
duces any crop grown In Nebraaka. Price
for a short time, $86 per acre, about one
half cash, balance terms.
No. 2. 160 acrea In Merrick eounty, 6
miles from town, one-halt mile to good
school, all good black loam soil. Use per
fect, not a foot of waste, all fine alfalfa
land. All under plow with tha exception
of 10 acres In pasture. This plaoe has just
a fair set of Improvements, not In the
best of repair. Price, 3125 per acre, one
half cash, balance terma. Might con
sider a small ranch for this farm.
No. 4. 160 acres, six miles from Central
City, all good black loam soil, not a foot
of waste. Lies perfect good alfalfa land,
all under plow except five acres In pasture.
The Improvements on this place ara poor;
occupied by tenant. Price for a short
time, $110 per acre, about one-half cash,
balanes terms. I have no farms to give
away, nor sell at a big sacrifice, but I
can sell yon a farm worth the money. Bee
M. A. Larson, Central City, Nebraska.
1,160-Acre ranch, Garfield County; well
graaaed; cuts 400 tons valley hay; 30
acres In corn; 15 miles from Burwell, on
level road; house, barns milk house,
granary, sheds, wells, fenced and cross
fenced; now running 100 head of cattle
and some horses; price 313 per acre,
cash; possession can be given buyer who
alao purchases stock and machinery, oth
erwise possession given March 1, 1919.
' WHITE A HOOVER,
454 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE 480 acrea Buffalo county farm,
to settle an estate; 230 acres pasture; 26
alfalfa; 20 of wild hay meadow, balance
farm land. Land rolling with heavy clay
, aubsolL Fenced and cross-fenced; 1 good
wells and wlndmolls; 7-room house; barn
40x42; other outbuildings; 6 miles .from
railroad town; mall and telephone; 'sold
subject to lease; possession March 1;
price 142 per acre, half cash: terms on
Balance, p. o. Box 125. Kearney, N e b,
WESTERN NEBRASKA LAND HAVE
good farms In Garden, Deuel, Morrill and
Cheyenne counties; have tracts of land
any slsa yon want; close to town, school
and churches. This land Is going up.
Now la the time to buy. Llsoo Land Co,
1,440 acres, southwest Thomas county, Ne-
, orasKa, rancn iaaa advancing every day;
suoq ouy at siu per acre.
ARCHER REALTY COMPANY,
680 Brandels Bldg, Omaha, Neb.
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS ARE SURE
INVESTMENTS. For best lands at beat
prices write Geo Antlll. Blair. Neb.
WRITE me for pictures and prices my farms
ana rancne in gooa uia us wee county
ran u. win terror a. crawrora. Neb.
WE apeclallse In selling Nebraska
ranches White A Hoover, 464 Omaha
National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Cattle Trade About Steady;
Hogs Sell on Active Mar
ket; Brisk Session Marks
Omaha. June 4. 1918.
'Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep,
Official Monday 6,478 6.161 4.674
Estimate Tuesday 6.800 9,800 3,600
Two days this week... 12.379 14.961 8.474
Same days last week.. 7,728 ,17,200 19.662
Same days 3 weeks ago.30,070 23.486 11,717
Same days 3 weeks ago.14.465 23.308 18.398
Same days year ago.... 10,733 10.013 11,33$
Receipts and dlposltlon of live stock at
the Union stock yarda, Omaha, Neb, for 34
hours ending at 3 o'clock p. m, June 4,
C, M. A St. P 4 4
Wabash T S
Missouri Parlflo 18 1
Union Paclflo 66 $7 T
C. & N. W east 11 1 1
C. A N. W, west 68 36 1
C, St. P.. M A O. ....... 37 (
C, B. A Q, eaat. ....... 16 .. 1
C. B. A Q, west 61 30
C, R. I. A P, east 16 . ..
P., R. I. A P weat 6 Jr..
Illinois Central 1 I ..
Chicago Gt Weat 4 v .,
Total receipt 306 121 1$
DISPOSITION K SAD
v Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris A Co 866 987 676
Swift and Company.... 1,830 1,696 1,384
Cudahy Tacking Co.... 994 1.670 1.484
Armour A Co 1,814 1.701 781
Schwarta A Co 608 ....
J W. Murphy 3,218 ....
Lincoln Parking Co.... 66 .... ....
South Omaha Pack. Co 83 .... ....
Wilson A Co 213
Hill A Son 35 ....
P. B. Lewis 1 . 197 .... ....
T. B. Root A Co 37
J. H. Bulla 26 .... ....
Rosenstock Bros 14
Werthelmer A Degen... 106 .... . ...
H. F. Hamilton J
Sullivan Bros 1 .... ....
Missouri A Kan. Calf Co. 11
Huffman 64 .... ....
(Ilaasberg .............. 1 .... ....
Manner Bros. .......... 19 .... . ...
John Harvey $71
Jensen A Lungren .... 6
Pat O'Day 16 .... ....
Other Buyers 171 .... 637
Totls 7,333 8,680 4 771
Cattle Beet supplies continued moderate
thla morning, 6,800 head on sale, making
receipts 13,287 for the two days. Trads on
beef steers opened ateady to lOo lower than
yesterday and prime beef packers paid as
high as $17.36 and trading was mostly
steady on the good to choice kinds at a
spread of $17.00017.40. Fair to good grades
were a little easier and trading ateady to
lOo lower, quoted from $16.0014.7B. Choice
yearlings were steady, but the lighter and
common grades were weak to 15O60o lower
for the two days. Butcher stock was gen
erally ateady compared with yesterday, and
stockers and fseders were strong and ready
Quotations en cattle; Good to choice,
beeves, 317.00017.40; fair to good beeves,
$16.00016.76; common to fair beeves,
$13.26015.76; good to choice yearlings,
$15.25016.25; fair to good yearlings, $12.75
015.00; common to fair yearlings, $3,000
13.76; good to choloe heifers, $11.60014.00:
good to cholcs cows, $11.76011.60; fair to
good cows, $9.60011.60; common to fair
cows, $7.6009.76; prime feeders, $11,000
13.00; good to choice feeders, $10.16011.16;
fair to good feeders, $9.00010.00; common
to fair feeders, $7.6008.50; good to choice
stockers, $10.00011.00; stock heifers, $8.00
010.60; stock cows, $7.60010.00; atock
calves, $8.60011.60; veal calves, $8,000
12.76; bulls, stags, etc, $10.00012.60.
Hogs There were 140 loads of hogs hers
today, estimated at 9,800 head, making the
total for the week 14.161 head. There waa
a good, strong, aottva market this morn.
Ing, trading beginning sarly, and a clear
ance made In good season. The general
market la fully 10c higher. Bulk of sales
sold today at $16.65016.68, a largs string
selling at $16.50, tops went at $16.70.
Sheep There were 16 loads of sheep re
ceived today, estimated at $.600 head, mak
ing 8,474 head for tha flrat two days of
the week. There was a little more aotlvtty
In the sheep barn this morning, several
strings changed hands at an early hour,
Spring lamba sold at $19.00 and a few ewea
at $13.85, the bulk sold being largely steady
with yesterday's prices.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Shorn
lambs, choice, light, $16.65017.00; shorn
lambs, fair light, $16.36016.60; fair to
choice yearlings, $16.00017.60; fair to
choice wethers, $14.60016.60; fair to oholce
ewes, $13.00013.00; spring lambs, $18,000
4 clip lambs 80
318 clip lamba...., 104
37 cull ewes 80
1 fat fed buck 160
215 ahorn fat ewes. ......... ..Ill
119 spring lsmbs 62
64 spring lamnbs 62
39 cull lambs 48
204 cull lambs. 82
" 10 00
St. Louis Live Stock.
St. Louis, Mo, Juno 4. Cattle Reoelpts,
6,6000 head; market strong; native beef
steers, $11.60017.60; yearling steers and
heifers, $9.50016.60; cows, $7.60019.76;
stockers and feeders, $8.60012.00; fair to
prime southern beef steers, $10.00015.20;
beef cows and heifers, $6.00013.50; native
Hogs Receipts, 8,100 head; market
steady; light, $16.76016.90; pigs, $16,260
17.00; mixed and butchers, $16.60016.90;
good heavy, $16.60016.80; bulk, $16,600
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,800 head;
market steady; lambs, $14.00017.00; ewes.
$13.00014.00; cannere and choppers, $7,000
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
40, 80 OR 160 ACRES; GOOD HEAVY
soil; well settled part of Todd county,
Minn.; good roads, schools and churches.
Prloe $16 to $22.60 per acre; terma $1 an
acre caal balance $1 an acre a year;
6,000 acrea to select from. To actual set
tlers who w,:i pat up buildings and Improve
land wa will give deed and take mort
gage baok for full purcbaaa price for I or
10 years, 6 per cent Interest Schwab Bros,
1028 Plymouth Bldg, Minneapolis. Minn.
SECOND excursion; homesteads closs to
Portland, Ore. Join club; see that man,
Derlcks, 1019 Harney.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $10 par a.
Including paid-up water rlghta. Henry
Levi ACM. Rylander. 364 Omaha Pet't
RANCHES of all afaea and kinds.' aaay
terms. A A. Patiman. 801 Karbach Blk.
CHOICE FARMS. Nllseon. 421 Rose Bldg.
117 ACRE FARM; 80 CULTIVATED: 37
in timber: 1 miles from eounty seat;
13 miles from Norfolk. Railroad through
It Siding just acroaa tha road on aide.
Six-room dwelling, new porch, large barn
and other buildings. Very nice orchard;
two large Scuppernong grape arbors. Price
$5,600, half cash. Vary cheap. Free lists
on application. B. C Hoggard A Co,
Norfolk, Va. '
FARM LAND WANTED
. FARMS WANTED.
Don't list your farm with us If yon
want to ksep It j
E. P. 8!TOWDEN A SON,
610 Electrlo Bldg. Douglas 9371.
COTTAGE at Lake Okobojl, month of June.
840 per month; $16 per week. Harney 4616;
Mrs. George Wright.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
2,000 DAY-OLD chicks. Rocks, Reds, Or
pingtons, Legborna. Webster 1706. till
Horses Live StockVehicles
TEAM of horses for sale. Webster 6604,
MONEY TO LOAN
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha.
FURNITURE, pianos and notes aa security.
840, ( mo, H. goods, total, $3.60.
Smaller, larger am'ta. proportionate rate.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY
481 Beourltles Bldg, 16th. Farnam. Ty. 868.
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY.
1 OIL SMALLER LOANS. O Of
J- O W. C FLATA0 E8T. 181. 10
6TH FLR. SECURITIES BLDO. TY. 810.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rates. Private loan booths. Harry
Ualaabock. 1614 Dodge. D. $61. Eat, 188L
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Receipts Unusually Light; Less
Than 50 Cars Are Reported;
Trade in Corn is
Omaha. June 4. 1119.
The local cash grain market waa an ex
tremely narrow affair, less than a halt
nunarea cars being reported In. Arrivals
of wheat were aeven cars; corn, $0 cars
and oata aeven oars.
Scarcely any trades In the corn market
were reported until after noon. Buyers
and sellers were rather Indifferent aa to
prices and failed to get together until a
late hour. Blda offered were generally
aomewhat higher, early aales showing the
market to be unchanged to to up 0e
car or no. a white corn aold at $1.80 and
one car of No. 1 yellow at $1.47. No.
mixed sold at $1.30 and one car of No.
6 yellows at the same figure. There waa
a fairly good demand for thla cereal but
buyers hesitated In paying the prlcea aaked.
Rerelpta of oata were only aeven care,
scarcely enough to make a market Caah
prices were unchanged to Ho higher. No.
3 white sold at tlo and 71V, and the 4
white and aampla gradea at 70Ko and 61o,
No rye or barley waa received.
Clearances were, wheat and flour equal to
149,000 bushels; corn, 49 000 bushels; oata,
Primary wheat receipts were 181,000
bushels, and shipments 36,000 bushels Holt,
day last year.
Primary corn reoelpta were $71,000
bushels, and shipments 333,000 bushels Holl
Primary oats tecelpts were 441.000 bushels,
and shipments 347,000 bushels Holiday last
Kanaaa City ,. ., J
St. liuls , ,, (
These sales were reported today:
Corn No. 1 white: 1 oar. $1.60:
$1.60. No. 1 yellow: 1 car. $1.47.
yellow: 1 car, $1.40. No. ( yellow: 1 car.
$1.30. Sample yollow: 1 car, (33 per cent
damaged), 90a. No. 1 mixed: 1 car. $1.40.
No. 4 mixed: 1 car, $1.30.
oata No. I white: I cara. 71140! ears,
71c. No. white: 1 car. 70Uo. Samnle
white: J car, 83a. ,
Omaha Cash Prices Corn: No. I white.
$1.60; No. 1 yellow, $1.47; No. 4 yellow,
$1.40; No. I yellow, $1.30; sample yellow,
voo; no. 1 mixed, 61.40; No. 4 mixed, $1.30:
sample mixed, (lo. Oats: No. 1 white,
71071e; No. 4 white, 74 He; sample, 6tc
Chicago closing prlcea. furnished Tha Bee
by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain brokera.
sis soutn Btxteentn street Omaha:
Art I Open. High. LovT) Close. 8at'y.
Corn. J J II I .
June 1 1$H 1 1041 117 1 30 11$
July 1 II J W 131 J 18 111
June 70 71 70 71 79
July 66 67 66 $7 11
July 40 66 41 II 40 10 41 II 40 Tl
Sep. 40 10 41 II 40 40 41 $1 40 II
July 14 II 14 10 14 16 14 10 14 It
Sep. 14 41 14 70 24 40 14 TO 14 10
July II 00 II II 11 II 21 11 it
Sep. 11 60 II Tl II 17 II 71 It 41
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Corn Rallies Briskly From Bearish
Ef facta of Submarine Rald( Oata
Chicago, June 4. Corn rallied hrlsklv .
day from tha bearish effecta of tha aub-
marine raids. Prices closed firm. 1 to 8
cents net higher with June. Il.loai .nt
July, 11.33 to $1.39. Oata gained tq
ivi ana provisions, 30 to 60. v
It was svident from tha outset that h
flurry over U-boats had come to an end so
far as the corn market was Involved. Belling
pressure, which was so obvious tha nr.vimi.
day, had greatly diminished and shorts
quickly took the lesd In tha buying. Re
ports that ralna are delaying cultivation
gave additional Impetus to tha upward
swing of prices. Last prlcea were at the
topmost level of the session, A good demand
from distillers counted to a material extent
as a late bullish faotor.
Activity by seaboard exporters hslned ta
lift tha value of oata
Provisions responded to tha advance ef
grain and hogs. At first thouah. valuea
displayed considerable weakness owing to a
siacKsning or demand, and to inorease
western stocks of meats.
Corn No. I yellow, $1.1001.66: No. I
timothy, $6.00 01. OOytllow, $1.6101.66; No. 4
yellow, $1.46. Oats, No. I white, 71 0
78c:i standard. 780740. Rye. No. 1. 11.70:
Barley. $1.0001.11: timothy. $6.00 0 6.00
Clover nominal; pork nominal; lard, $34.36;
New York General Market, f
New York, June I. Flour Quiet ; springs,
$10.76011.26; winters, $10.16011.15; Kan
Corn Spot unsettled ; kiln dried No. I yel
low. $1.63, and No. 4 yellow, $1.6$ cost
and freight New York.
Oats Spot firm: standard. IO08Oe.
Butter Firm; 16,708 tubs; creamery high
er than extra, 48 0 43o; creamery extras
(91 score), 4!o; firsts, 4041o; pack
ing stock current make, No. 1, 2(0.
Eggs Irregular; 19,210 casea; fresh gath
ered extras, 87 031c; fresh gathered stor
age packed firsts, 86 0 860; ditto regular
packed, extra firsts, 360l7e; ditto firsts,
Cheese Firm; receipts, 4,(31 tubs; atate
fresh specials, 2802314c; ditto average run,
Live Poultry Firm; no prices settled;
dressed firm; chickens, 11017c; fowls, 110
15c; turkeys, 36038c.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Mo, June 4. Cattle
Receipts, 8,800 head; market ateady; prime
fed steers, $16.750 17.40; dressed beef steers,
$12.60016.60; western steers, $14.00017.40;
cows. $7.03013.60; heifers, $10.00014.00;
stoeksra and feeders, $$.60015.76; bulls,
$3.60011-00; calves, $8.50018.26.
Hogs Rscelpts, 10,000 head; market
higher) bulk, $11.40018.61; heavy $16,100
16.66: packers and butchers, $16.86016.66;
light $16.26016.66; pigs, $16.26014.76. '
Sheep Recelpta, $,600 aead; market
higher: lamba, $18.10020.15; yearlings,
$14.00018,00; wethers, $13.00016.60; swes,
St, Joseph Live Stock,
St. Joseph, June 4. Cattle Recelpta, 1,
800 head; market higher; steers, $11,000
17.00; cows and belters, $7.00016.60; calves,
Hogs Reoelpts, 4,000 head; market
higher; top, $16.60; bulk of aales, $16,460
Sheep and Lambs Reoelpts, 1,600 head;
market strong; lambs, $11.00017.16; awes,
$$.oooii.7$. , ;
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Oa, June 4. Turpentine, 4$e;
sales, $61 bbls.; receipts, 877 bbls.; ship
ments, 33 bbls. ; stocks, 73.631 bbls.
Rosin Steady; aales, 17$ bbls.; reoelpts,
1,717 bbls. 1 ahlpmsnts, 41 bbls.; stock, 91,
866 bbls. Quote: B, D E, F, $7.40; G,
$7.41 07.46; H, $7.4607.60; $7.6607.70; M,
$7.1507.80; N, $7.96; WO, $8.20; WW, $$.40
Sioux City Live Stock Market.
8loux City, la, June 4. Cattle Receipts,
1.600 head; market firm to 6s higher.
' Hogs Receipts, 6,600 head; market
steady; range, $11.45016.70; bulk of sales,
Sheep and Lamba Recelpta, 100 head;
Duluth. Minn, June 4. Linseed, $1.71 ; ar
rive, $$.71; July, $$.74 bid; October, $$.47
ERECTORS, SET UP MEN;
OPERATORS FOR BORING .
MILLS, LATHES, PLANERS.
Also unskilled men for various factory jobs.
Now is your chance to learn a trade while
making good money under fine working condi
tions. Write us and find out about these jobs.
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.,
NEW YORK STOCKS
Material Gains in Quotation!
Followed 17 Moderate Re
versa! ; Market Stimulated
by Strength of Steel
New York, June A Evidently the e
ploita of enemy submarines along tha At
lantio seaboard did not enter aerloualy Inti
Wall atreet'a ealculationa today. Far more
Interest was manifested In war bulletins tell.
Ing of tha assistance rendered by Ameri
can troops In checking tha German drive ai
All divisions of tha stock market opened
at material gains, thess being considerably
enhanced during the active forenoon. Ship
pings, Including shares of eoaatwlaa com
panies, participated In tha advance, whtch
ranged from I to I polnta among leader.
Reaotlnsn occurred on the reduced deal
ings of the mid-session, partly aa a result
of the French official report Reversals
were moderate, however, and affected only
a few speculative tavorltea, specialties at.
taming to higher levels than before.
United States Steel's early rise of !
points, at which It crossed par by a com
fortable margin on heavy purchases, waa a
material factor In tha strength of affiliated 1
tssuea, notably Bethlehem, Crucible and
Lackawanna Steels, Colorado Fuel, Republic
Iron and Virginia Iron, which rose I to I
Baldwin Locomotive was foremost amoni
equtpmenta at an extreme advance of 4
points, and other strong iasues Inoluded
Reading, Union Paclfla and New York Cen
tral, Taxes company and Mexican and
California Petroleums, Industrial Alcohol,
Distillers, Leathers, Motors and the to -baccoa,
tha latter group making graaa galni
of 4 to I points, Salea, 760,000 shares.
Except the tax exempt la, all tha Libert
Issues made further concessions to. new low
records. The firat 4s and second 4s fell U
38 and 4a to 96.81. Ths general bond list
waa Irregular. Total salea, par value, ag
gregated $7,260,000. ,
United States bonds wars unchanged 01
Listn of leading stocks and closing quota,
tlona yesterday: ' Closing
Sales. High. Low. Bid,
Am. Beet Sugar.. 1,300 64 14 66
American Can .... 8.600 48 43 44
Am. Car Foundry 1 400 79 78 T9
Am. Locomotive ,. 1,100 64 61 63
Am. Smelt A Retg. 1.300 74 75 TS
Am. Sugar Refg.. 300 108 103 108.
Am. Tel. Tel.. I 1,800 100 69 99
Am. Z. L, A 8..,, .... 16
Anaconda Copper., 7.900 68 63 63
Atchlaon 600 88 84 84
A. O.AW. I. S. 8. L, 1,800 106 10$ 106
Bait a) Ohio .... 1.50Q 69 64 56 '
Butta A Sup. Con, .... .... II
Cal. Petroleum .... 10
Canadian Paclflo , 800 141 147 146
Cen. Leather .... 1,600 86 14 66
Ches. A Ohio .... 300 68 58 68
Chi, Mil. St. P. 1.100 44 41 41
Chi. North... ...If .... It
Chi. R. I. A P. otfa 1.100 13 , 13 II
Chlno Copper .... 600 41 41 41
Colo. Fuel Iron., 10,100 49 47 49
Corn P. Refining., 1,000 41 40 40
Crucible Steel ..... 1,600 61 61 64
Cuban Cana Sua-ar 1.100 10 11U 19
Distillers' Beourltles 10,100 11 67 88 ,
Erie 100 16 15 15 r
Gen. Electrlo ...... . 800 149 148 148
Gen. Motors .... 1,100 111 110 111
Ot North, pfd .... .... 90
Ot N. Ore Ctfs... 7,800 11 11 31
111. Central .... 96
Insp. Copper .... 4,100,60 49 60 .
Int. M. Ma. pfd.... 41,600 106 101 104 .
Inter. Nickel .... 100 11 17 II
Inter. Paper ...... ...... 86
K. a Southern.... .... 18 '
Ken. Copper . 100 11 11 II
Lou, A Nash. ........ .... .... 115
Max. Motors 100 .... 11
Max. Petroleum .. 1,900 4 (1 18
Miami Copper 34
Mo. Paclfla 1.000 11 II 18
Mont Power 66
Nev. Copper $00 10 10 - 11
N. Y. Central .... 1,600 78 71 73
N. Y, N. H. A H.. 11.100 44 41 43
Nor, A Weatern ........ .t.. .... 108 . :
N. Paclfla , 86 -
Paclflo Mall .... .... 18
Pao. Tel. A Tel .... .... 10
Pennsylvania...,. 1,100 48 43 43
Pittsburgh Coal ,, 600 .60 49 60
Ray Cona. Copper. . 400 18 16 14
Reading T4.600 90 . 88 30
Rep. Iron as Steel.. 6,100 17, 16 89
Shat. Aria. Copper.. 1,... .... 16
S. Paclflo 40O 83 11 91
S. Railway ....... 1,600 14 11 11
Stud, corporation 1,100 43 l tt
Texae Co 400 141 144, 147
Union Paclfla 1., 4,000 111 111 121
U. S. I. Alcohol .. 1,100 122 120 111
V. S. Steel 199,900 100 18 99
U. B. Steel pfd .... 103 ,
Utah Copper .... 1,60 79 71 79
Wabash pfd "B" .... 13
Weatern Union 90
West. Electric ... 1.600 41 41 43
Total sales for the day, 750,000 shares.
' New Tork Money.
New York June 4. Mercantile Paper
Four months, $ psr centrals months, I
Sterling 0-day Bills $4.71.
Commercial 60-day Bills On banks, $4.72.
Commercial 80-day Bills $4.T1; de
mand, $4.75; cables, $4.76 7-14. ; '
Bar Silver 99C. , . I .
Mexican Dollars 77c. ! : V
Government Bonds Heavy. '
Railroad Bonds Irregular.
Time Loans Easier; 60 days. 8 C Per
cent; 10 days, i0$ per cent; atx months,
60$ per cent.
Call Money Steady; high, 4 per cent;
low, 4 per cent; ruling rate, 4 per cent;
closing bid, 4 per cent; offered at 4
per cent; last loan, 4 per cent.
U. S. la reg... II L C ref. 4s6..'77
do coupon ... 98 ,L M. Ma. 6s.. II
O. B. Is rsg... II K. C. 8. ret is. 71
' do eoupon ... 69L. A N. un. 4s 66
V. B. L. IS..I9.70M, K.AT. 1st 4s 1$
U. S. 4a rsg....l05M, P. gen. 4s. (6
do coupon ,,,105M. Power 6s..., 86
A. F. S. 6 36N. Y. C, d. 6a.. 94 .
A. T. A T. clt 6a 90 N. Paolfto 4s .. 80
A.-F. 6s 80N. Paclflo 3s.. 17
A. A Co. 4s .. $60. S. L. ref. 4a. 81
Atch. gen. 4s.. $1 P. T. T. Is.. 90
B. 4 O. ev. 4s 78 Pa. oon, 4s. old 96
B. Steel ref. 6a 90 Pa. gen. 4a.. 89
C. Lsatn. Is ... 95 Reading gen. 4a 11
C. Paclfla 1st .. 10 St L.AS.F. a. Is 16
C. A O, ov. Is. 80 8. PaottlO ..... l
C, B. A Q. ). 4a 838. Railway 6s.. 10
CM.ASt.P.c.4a 76 T. A P. let.... 84
C.R.I.AP. r. 4a 67MJ. Pacific, 4a.. 87
C. A S. raf. 46s 71 IT- 8- Rub- 80
D.AR. Q. rf. ts. 61U. 8. Steel 6s.. 87
D. Ot a 6s, 1131 91 Wabash 1st ... 94
Erie gen. 4s.., 64 F. Oovt. 8s. v.. 96 ,
O. Electrlo Is.. 18 Bld. , . e ,
Ot N. 1st 4a 17 '. '
Omaha Stocks and Bonds.
Burgess-Naah Co, 7 pet pfd. ..100
Deere A Co, pfd. II
Harding Cream Co, T pot. pfd .100
Lincoln T. A T, common .......
Neb. Pow. Co 7 pet pfd. ex. dtv. (I
0. A C. B. St. Ry pfd
Orchard A Wllhelm Co 7 pot pfd. 100
Union P. A L. Co, 7 pet pfd.. 100
Union Stock Tardc Co. stock ..100
Both-St. Louis C- S. 6s, 1981..., ....
Callaway, Neb.K 6, due 1926....
Dominion of Canada 6a, 1919......
Columbus, L. II. A P. 6s. 1924.. 94
Fad. Land bank 6s, 1998..., 100
Hardy, Neb, 6s, dus 1930.. 99
1. C. equip, trust cert. Is, 1920
Iowa Portland Cement Co, 6s.....
K. C. term. 4s, Nov. 16, 1918. 98
M. E. Ry A Lt.J 1 Pot, May 1, '20. 98
Miss .State Dir. Obi. 6 1930-23
O. A C. B. St. Ry. 6s, 1928.. 81
O A C bldg. 1st mtg Is, 1910-12. 19
City of Omaha, 4s, July 1124. 97
Village ot Oakdale, pet, 121 99
Manitoba, Can. 6s, Feb. 1,1920.,
Sutter Baaln Co, lat mtg 7s, 1928...
Toledo Tractllon 6s, 1920 98
Twin Falls co. Idaho 6s 1911-11. ...
Toronto, Can, Is, 1919-1947
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