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THE iJEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1918.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Household and Domestic.
WANTED Competent Ctrl or housekeeper
for general housework. Small house and
small family. Good place for the runt
party. Phone Harney JOS.
WANTED An experienced cook, good
wages; appointment by telephone. Mrs
O. C Redlck. Harney 121. Reference
GIRL for general housework In family of
three; no children; references required.
Call Harney 945 Room 434. The Black
stone. HITE girl or middle-aged woman for gen
eral housework; small bouse; only two In
family; work very light. Mrs. R. V. Craig.
3565 Jones St. Harney 1731.
WANTED An experienced white cook, no
washing, best Wages. Mrs. T. L. Davles,
6J7 S. 37th St. Harney 627.
WANTED Competent white girl for gen
eral housework; two in family; no wash
Ing. Walnut 1878.
WANTED Girl to assist In light "houao
work a few hours each day and go home
nights. 84o Georgia Ave. Tel. Harney 679.1.
NEAT girl for general housework. No
laundry and good wages. Harney 6724
WANTED Girl for general house workT
amall family, good pay. Call Webster 4S.15.
EXPERIENCED girl for general housework;
3715 South Twenty-fifth St. South 934.
WANTED An experienced second girl. Good
wages. Mrs Dixon, 426 N. 38th St.
ROOM, well furnished, for light housekeep
ing, In exchange for light chamber work
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladles and boys, learn
barber trade, big demand: wages while
learning; atrictly modem Call or write
1402 Dodge St Trl-City Barber College
Phone D 1147.
WANTED Intelligent man and wife to
take full charge of apartment house. Man
must be able to do all kinds repairing and
make himself generally useful. Hox 9648,
MOI.ER Barber College wanla young men
and ladles to learn the barber trade. Call
or write for free catalogue. 110 S 14tb
Rt Omaha Neh
Every day Is enrollment day. Book
keeping, shorthand, stenotypy. typewrit
ing, telegraphy, civil service all commer
cial and English branohei. Catalogue free
Douglas 1868 18th and Harney 8ta.
Van 8ant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
(20 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
FOR RENT ROOMS
ATTENTION ROOM HUNTERS.
It you fall to find the room you
desire among these ads call at The
Bee office for Room List Gives
complete description of vacant rooma In
all parts of the city. New lists Issued
LADY alone will rent room, beautifully fur.
nished In mahogany, to couple with refer
ences. In new, eleantly furnished bunga
low. Home privileges. Kountze Place. Web
SANITARY modern rooms for men only.
12.60 per week. Sunshine Apartments, 60S
N. 17th St. J. B. Robinson, 442 Bee Bldg.
FRONT room, modern home. Hanscom park
district Stall in garage. Breakfast if
desired. On car line. Harney 1044.
2J03 CUMING Beautifully furnished room
In new private home; hot water heat. $3.
Harney 6969. Reference.
i 702 S. 26TH ST. To gentlemen only. July 1;
large southeast front rooms, newly fur
nished; private; 83.60. u. ssus.
LARGE front room, very cozy, 3 windows,
large closet; private family; price right,
829 S. 30th. Harney 6393.
MODERN furnished rooms tor men only a
the Sunshine. 608 North 17th St Reason
NICELY furnished front room for respecta.
ble gentleman, In Hanscom Park district
Reasonable rent. 2703 Woolworth Ave.
NICE, large front room, cool; private fam
ily; beat of neighborhood; gentleman pre
ferred. Colfax 2933. 2602 Templeton.
PLEASANT room, private family. 131 N.
THE GRAYSTONE 25th and Cass; nicely
furnished rooms. Douglas 7994.
3019 PACIFIC Nicely furnished room In
private fsmlly. parlor privileges.
MAHOGANY furnished, clean, comfortable
room to couple employed. Red 4232.
LOVELY furnished room, close in; reason
able; for gentleman. Tyler 3858.
ROOMS Large and amall, walking dis
tance. "Vernon." 204 S. 25th.
MODERN, nearly new furnished front room
for rent at 2120 California.
J701 DAVENPORT 2-room suite In private
brick house; slec. lights, gas range; newly
decorated; garage, shade. Harney 4989.
Board and Rooms.
IF you are looking for a comfortable place
to live, come to 2658 Douglas St, 2 doors
west of 26th Ave.; desire six or eight
people, employed; newly furnished south
and east front rooms. Harney 6878.
EXCLUSIVE home, cool front room, beauti
fully furnished In mahogany, twin beds;
breakfast and dinner; two gentlemen or
couple employed. Harney 3369.
LARGE, cool room. - beauifully furnishfl
private bath, large lawn, shade trees,
garage, excellent board. 'Phone Harney
2661 DODGE Attractive single and double
room, good board, walking distance. Har
LARGE room private modern flat Good
board. Red- 8557.
CLAREMONT INN, 17th and Jackaon.
Transient guests, $1 a day; permanent
guests, IS a week. Douglas 2785.
COOL rooms. 12 week; also apartments with
kitchenettes. Ogden hotel. Co. Bluffs.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
DOWNSTAIRS, modern, West Farnam
home, four rooms and bath, newly furnish
ed, entirely private, walking distance, free
phone; 345 per month. Box 9400, Bee.
UPSTAIRS modern West Farnam home; two
rooms, kitchenette and bath, newly fur
nished, entirely private; walking distance;
free phone. $35 per month. Box 8399, Bee.
TWO or 4-room furnished apartments, pri
vate bath, 1112 South 11th St.
ELEGANTLY furnished apartment, modern
equipment, shady porch, 220 N. 23d.
FOR RENT 7-room motjern house, fur
nished. 2208 Miami. Phone Webster 6716
or call Sunday or evening. References
6 OR 6 ROOMS, furnished, modern, cool,
shade, piano, garage; references ex
changed. 260S Emmet St Web. 694.
FOR RENT HOUSES
3304 No. 69th St.. 7 rooms ...115.00
6923 Bedford Ave., 6 rooms . .. 12.60
OMAHA LOAN & BLDG. A8S'N.
2568 Douglas, rooming house 133.00
1516 North 16th, rooming honse 33.00
JOHN K. FRENZER, DOUGLAS 164.
SEVEN rooms modern, $25, near postofflce,
G. P. Stebblns, 1610 Crlcago.
7-ROOM house, hot water heat; walking
distance. Harney 2049.
FOR RENT To couple without children, 6-
: room, all modern home at 702 N. 40th.
inquire at wo iv. 4utn or can walnut 1892.
Lake View cottage, on two car lines, at
- Carter lake. Desirable for 6 or 6 ladles
or gentlemen. Webster 6041.
NINE-ROOM, roomy house, complete, every
way. Keys 2601 Capitol Ave, on premises.
6. ROOM house, part modern, 314. 2708
Howard St Red 682.
I-KOOM modern house. 3866 Hamilton St
LlsT your property for rent or sale with
FIRST TRUST COMPANY.
Realtors. Tyler 728.
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITT.
CREIGH SONS CO.. BEE BLDG
FboDea as Co Rentals, Douglas 4221.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
KTRNISHED LA TUNA APTS. 541 S. 84th
St A large ll. room, a dress, room and
closet combined, a kltch. and bath. comp.
turn., beat of service. D. 1533.
PETERS TRUST CO.
Specie il lata in Apartment management
HAMILTON APTS . flrepioof : fine lawn and
flowers: beet location. 34th and Farnam.
Prices rea.- t''le C.ill D 1472
ANGElTCs APARTMENTS 25th Ave. and
Douglas: to sub-let one, two-room apart
ment. Ha-ny 2074.
322. G P 6
Au.a.. near postofflce.
4-ROOM semi-Lai ment apt., new. 116.6V.
Aot- 2. Mapi- court. 1 SI 5 Maple. Red 6S3
THRKE-ROOM. low rent, apartment at 17th
and Maple Sts., phone Webster 3713.
MODERN,- rooms Si. Louis brick flat,
In. Phone Colfax 1374.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Three rooms and bath, with five rooms
accommodations: one apartment at 132.60
and one at 327.60 per month; summer
rent. Located at 2652 Dewey avenue. Un
Three rooms all modern, except heat
at southeast corner Thirtieth and Sara
toga street. $9 per month.
T RAVER BROS. CO
Doug. 6886. 819 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
MODERN, 6 rooms, St. Louis brick flat,
close In. Phone Colfax 1374.
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
STORE KOiT'RENT 15th and Douglas. 80s
60. steam heat, rent $116 per month
WORLD REALTY CO..
Douglas 6342 Sun Theater Bldg.
STi'iRE Corner Cass and Sixteenth St
FIho business location. O. P Stebblns.
Mbl'ERNstore. iflh St., near P. 6. Low
rent G P. Stebblns. 1610 Chicago
Office and Desk Room.
til E BEE BLDG. Offices for high claea
tenants who want the best. Keystone
Investment Co Tyler 131
In heart of wholesale district, 6-stor;-33x66
bldg.; very substantial and good
light. Heirs will sell for 320,000. We can
arrange a loan of half or more of this
price. Possession soon.
INDUSTRIAL SITE. ,
On Burlington track, central ' icatlon,
paved street, spur track In. about 360,000
square feet, 318,000.
HARRISON & MORTON,
916 Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg.
Tel. D. 314.
WANTED TO REM
Unfurnished Apartments anc Houses.
LIST your houses for rent with us and get
results. Mors requests than houses, give
Payne Invesment Co., Realtors.
637 Omaha National Bank Bldg- D 1781
FurnishedApartrnents and Houses
YOUNG couple with child wishes room with
settled people, colored. 922 Belmont St.,
Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. W. F. Taylor, R, R.
Box 6. care Mrs. Geo. Howard.
MOVING AND STORAGE
METROPOLITAN VAN A STORAGE CO.
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture store; office on Howard St.. between
15th and 16th. Phone Tyler 8400 Have
your moving bandied Just as you would
an order for new furniture. That's the way
we do It. Ask to see our daily rental lists
REHVTCr. I'll Hi-! J. A
16TH AND JACKSON. DOUG. 288.
STORAGE, MOVING, PACKING.
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF ALL VACANT
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO..
806 8 16th. Douglas 4161
Globe Van and Storage Co.
For real service In moving, packing and
storing call Tyler zao or uougias saas
Jf PTTTTTi Express Co.. Moving.
. j. XlDDU Packing and Storage.
1207 Farnam St. Web. 2743 Doug 6146
"OMAHA EXPRESS CO.
LARGE moving ans: careful men. Fur
niture pack., storage. 1417 Chicago. P-3354
WEST A SUTTON.
Piano, household moving: live stock
hauled. D. 8723. 1(01 Csss St
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
New House, West
Seven rooms, full two-story, oak floors
and wood work, full 60x120 ft., paved
street with paving all paid. This is west
of the Central boulevard, between the
Farnam and Harney car lines and only
20 blocks' walk to 16th and Farnam
Sts.; Just completed, ready to move Into.
For quick sale $5,250.
HARRISON & MORTON,
16 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Tel. D. 814.
DUNDEE STUCCO HOME
This Is a good two-story. 7-room mod
ern house, located on north front lot 60x
128 feet, one-half block from car line, with
paved alley In rear, having living
room across entire front with brick
fireplace; attractive dining room, large
pantry and convenient kitchen first
floor; three corner bedrooms, outside
sleeping porch and complete bath room
second floor, maid's room on third floor;
full cement basement, furnace heat,
laundry connections, etc; oak finish first
floor; white enamel with mahogany fin
ished doors second fi-.nr; oak floors
throughout; price, 35.800; reasonable
terms. Possession July 1.
GEORGE & CO.,
D. 756. City National Bank Building.
4 ROOMS BENSON
Located four blocks of school and car
line; house has city water, cistern, electric
lights and gas: fruit, consisting of
cherries, grapes, currants, gooseberries,
blackberries, etc; garage. A very desir
able place of about one-half acre of
ground; sidewalks to car. Call Tyler 60
and ask for Mr. ManvllK .
HASTINGS & HEYDEtf,
1614 HARNEY STREET.
TWO seven-room modern houses, located
at the Junction of two car lines both In
good repair and well rented. The own
er lives In California. He writes they
must be sold. Here Is a chance for a
bargain. Would consider an exchange
for Southern California property. L N.
Hammond, 210 South Thirteenth St.
T rooms, 2 -stories, modern, east front,
furnace heat, full cement basement, large
lot, fine shade, close to car, school and
churches; 33,860. Webster 1819.
3621 HAMILTON STREET, $3,160.
Oak and birch finished, very modern
l-room bungalow, with sleeping porch.
JOHN W. ROBBIN3. 1802 FARNAM.
BEMIS PARK Six rooms and bath, 2-story
modern house, east front, large lot. paved
street. Make offer. Walnut 1431.
LOWS. Two brand new and very nifty 5-room
bungalows under construction at 28tli
Ave. and Camden will be sold at $3,600
each. These places will be modern In
every respect; one block to car and store;
close to schools and to Miller park; 3350
cash will handle and balance lnonthly
payments of $31.50. Sewer, water, gaa
and electricity ell In and paid for; no
special taxes. See these at once.
IF you are going to buy a home, see this
first; a fine five-room house; electric
lights, gas and water. Pries $2,000. See
Owner at $330 Uandersoo.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
MUST BE SOLD
NEW STUCCO HOME
rooms, modern, south front on Red
iks Ave..' facing Miller Park; oak and
white enamel finish: tiled bath, fireplace,
full basement, furnace heat, large floored
attic, nicely decorated, beautiful fixtures,
now vacant; Immediate possession. A
very attractive home. Price. 35.250, on
rasy terms. Look this over and make an
J L. HIATT CO.,
1st Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Beautiful 8 -room house In setting of
fine young foreet trees (double garage),
en prettiest part of the "Prettiest Mile"
(Florence Boulevard): fronts Into the
elegant grounds of C. W. Martin; houae
excellently built and best of condition
VS-ft. front; a real home; 31.009 under
the market price, $6,500. ACT QUICKLY
HARRISON & MORTON
916 Omaha Nat. Douglas 314.
Clinire Nev"VesrFarn4.ni St. Home.
Built Bv Day Labor. The Best
J2.500 "cash or 35 000 880 month.
All choice oak floors and trim, matt
brick foundation. Large sun room,
French doors, fireplace, all , built-in ef
f.M l Just a wonderful place, cannot dea
cribrt and do Justice. Call Tyler 496.
Osborne Realty Co., 701 Omaha Nat'l
M 1ST UK SOLD WANT OFFER
1IS1 Evans t., close to Kountje park
and car line, only short distance to heart
of city, 6 rooms and bath, all modern,
with garage, large lot, paving all paid.
Submit vour offer In writing,
T. T. Tebbens, (Realtor),
605 Omaha Nat. Rk. Phone D. 3182.
FOR SALE 10-room modern house In good
condition with garage, on Fowler Ave.,
near Florence Blvd., well worth $6,000;
will sell for $4,800, $600 cash: $50 per
month; already to move Into; let us show
you this property.
MITCHELL INV. Co..
24th and Ames. Col. I1T.
WE SELL, rent, Insurs and make loans on
city property. North.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO..
24th end Ames Ave.. Col. 317.
THE BEST BUY IN OMAHA.
Five-room house, electric lights and
water, 12,250. Call Colfax 4094.
M1NNE I.USA homes and lots offer the
best opportunity to Invest vour money
Phon. Tvler 1ST
If you want one of the best built homes
In the south part of the city, convenient
to car, you should look this over today;
It is only a few steps from the car line;
was built about four years ago, one block
south of Vinton street, In a good loca
tion; house has living room, dining room
and kitchen on first floor, finished in art
craft dark oak different from the or
dinary run of houses; has 2 large sleep
ing rooms and one small one, also bath
on second floor: hardwood finish through
nut; has a full basement with first class
furnace and latest plumbing and electrlo
light fixtures: this house should be seen
Inside to appreciate the real value of
It; owner lives In the house, so you
can look through it anytime. The outside
is finished in stucco, which reduces the
upkeep of the property a great deal;
the price for quick sale Is $4,000; terms,
$1,000 cash, balance about the same as
rent. Look at this house and then see
us about It as soon as possible.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St. Phone Tyler 60.
We have two (-room houses ut west
of Hanscom park, near Center St. (paved),
for $2,100 each, on monthly payments.
One has S large lots and la high -d
sightly, a block from the Field club 'It
links. The other Is a half block frim
the street car at 81st and Center. Both
are near school, have splendid gardens
and trees. They have electric lights. They
are Ideal for a thrifty family. Another
one of 6 rooms for $1,600.
HARRISON & MORTON,
1 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Tel. D. 314.
One 6 -room and one 4-room cottage, both
on one lot, live In one and rent the other.
Price, $2500. Terms. No. 2433 South
20th St. Norrls & Norrls, 104 North 16th
St. Phons D. 4270,
$2,250. Five-room house, modern except
heat and electric light 1911 S. 13th St
Easy terms. Grlmmel. Phone Doug. 1615.
313 S. 11TH 6-room modern flat, $3,600;
half down. Doug. 7077.
SAVE carfare and buy war stamps; buy
this 7-room, all modern home, less than
10 blocks from the P. O. : Just painted,
2 coats outside and beautifully deco
rated Inside; paving all paid; a big
bargain at $4,000 cash; terms or an
exchange considered. You get few
chances like this. 212 Keellne Bldg.,
5-ROOM cottage, two blocks from car,
full lot, $2,000. Terms, $300 oaeb, balance
$30 per month.
BENSON AND CARMICHAEL
643 Paxton Block
GOOD 7-r. modern house for only $2,600;
nice corner lot with shade trees; pav
ing paid. W. H. Gates, 647 Omaha, Nat.
Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1294.
TWO acres highly improved, close In,
seven-room modern house, fruit and gar
den, all go. $6,250. Easy terms. Call
Mr. Browne, Tyler 1672.
FOR RENT AND SALE.
HOUSES, COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS.
PORTER & SHOTWELL,
202 S. 17th St. Douglas 5011.
FOR SALE A beautiful house, garden and
chickens, worth $300. Will take $76 If
sold In three days. See owner at foot
of J mes street, on Missouri river.
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance.
1320 Farnam St. Doug. 1064.
HOMES AND HCMESITES,
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO..
637 Om. Nat Bk. Bldg. Doug. 1781.
F D WE AD SELLS REAL ESTATE
REAL ESTATE B'nesa Pr'pty
WB WILL buy your horns or business
property and pay cash.
H. A. WOLF CO.,
Electrlo Bldg. Tyler H.
BUSINESS property and Investments.
A. P. TUKEY and BON,
620 First National Bank Bldg.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO..
Inoome, Buatness and Trackage Specialist
Utb and Dodge fits Douglas 411
REAL ESTATE Exchange
GOOD Omaha residence property to ex
change for clear western land, or eastern
Neb. farm. Mr. Pease, 211 Bran. Th. Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
$1 DOWN. $1 A WEEK.
PAYNE ft SLATER CO.
FOR SALE S lots. Just south of Elmwood
Park In Overlook addition. Owner leaving
City. Will sell cheap for cash. Address
Box Y 1188. Omaha Bee.
LARGE garden lots, near car line. South
Side, $140 to $200. $1.00 down, 60o per
week: no Interest: no taxes Phone D 8074
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
FOR SALE Saddle horse, 6 years old; well
broken; lady's horse; gentle. Call Wal.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
This home la well located, convenient to
school: has living room, dining room,
sun room and kitchen, first floor; three
bedrooms and sleeping porch, second floor;
solid concrete driveway and garage for
two cars. This property la In excellent
condition and must be seen to be ap
preciated. GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 8963. 919-20 City National.
Five rooms, oak finish In living room
and dining room, built-in buffet In din
ing room, complete and modern In every
respect; lot 50x1064; look at 4640 Dodge
street, then see us.
The Bvron Reed Co.,
Phone Douglas 297. Farnam St.
ACREAGE CLOSE IN
Five acres at 42d and C Sts., part of
that splendid high ground of the old
Grlffen farm, eight blocks from itreo car
now, but rtght In the city, on a main
street, very likely to be a street car route.
This Is within sight of the Field Club.
Windsor school snd South Side Industries.
It Is level, rich land; has a good well
and a few bearing fruit trees. For quick
13 acres near this for $6,600.
14 acres, with 8-room hot water heated
house, built 6 years ago. finished in oak.
Same location, $11,000.
. 10 acres, between Benson and Fair
Acres, unimproved but very sightly, $8,000.
This la seeded to alfalfa,
HARRISON & MORTON,
916 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg.
Tel. D. 814.
FOR SALE Two beautiful lota Just south
of Elmwood park In Overlook addition:
full size lots. 60x150. Owner leaving the
city will sell cheap for caah. Act quick.
Address Box Y 1166, Omaha Bee.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED RANCH OR FARM
Press brick business block and residence
property; also $30,000 worth mortgage pa
per. S. S. & R. E. MONTGOMERY,
313 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
WE HAVE several good reliable buyers for
6 and (-room houses and bungalows with
$300 to 3500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co Tvler 496 701 Om Nat Flsnk Bldg
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
HAVE that Installment loan on your home
changed to a straight five-year loan and
relieve yourself of that monthly burden.
E. H. Lougee, Inc., 638 Keellne Bldg.
QUICK ACTION ON LOANS
W. T GRAHAM.
(04 Bee Bldg. Douglaa 1633.
CI Of FARM LOANS, CI CI
O 72 O PAUL PETERSON. - 2 ?
864 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDG
FOR SALE $20,000 6 pet first mortgage on
farm; 4 years to run. Owner, Box 9650,
H. W. BINDER.
Money on hand for mortgage loans
City National Bank Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug 2718
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
6, 6 end 6 Per Cent
J. H. DUMONT CO., Keellne Bldg.
HARISON ft MORTON. 512
(19 Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 MADE promptly F. D
Wead, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam Sts.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co.. Omaha
SHOPEN ft COMPANY Douglaa 4228.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY
W. H. Thomas & Son, Keeline Bldg
LOW RATES C. G. CARLBERG. $13 Bran
dels Theater Bldg. D. 686.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our next excursion to McOehee, Ark
W. S. FRANK. 201 NEVILLE BLK.
I own and control 25,000 acres In Chey
enne and Lincoln counties, Colorado. Here
are some of my special bargains:
6H sections $12.60 per acre
1,280 acres 10.00 per acre
1,280 acres 12. 00 per acre
2,660 acres 15 00 per acre
These lands are all 100 per cent tillable,
situated In Cheyenne county; terms, 1-3
cash, balance 6 annual payments at 6 per
W. J. MOREHART, Mankato, Minn.
A fine low mountain ranch, 6,624 acres,
private Irrigation system for 700 acres,
Including 400 acres alfalfa and bottom
land hay; will cut 800 tons hay each year;
excellent Improvements, fenced and cross
fenced, plenty of rain for grass and sum
mer crops; priced for quick sales at $16 per
acre; one-half back at 6 per cent Silver
State Realty Co., Fowler, Colo.
YUMA CO.. COLO. N. E. 7-5s-48w. Good
soil, lays well, good neighborhood. Price
$2,400, of which $1,100 can be carried 2
years at ( per cent; no trades. R. M.
Cauthorn, 302 Schweltier Bldg., Wichita,
FOR SALE Eighty acres, Adams county,
Iowa land, four miles from railroad, im
proved. Address F. R. Davison. Pine
FOR SALE Good Improved farm adjoining
Onawa, la. All under cultivation. Write
C, P. O. Box 644, Onawa, la.
MERRICK COUNTY FARM.
160 acres located 5 miles from Central
City, one.half mile to a good school, all
good black loam soil, lies perfect, not a
foot of waste, all fine alfalfa land. This
place has Just a fair sot of Improvements
not In the best of repair. Price, $135 par
acre, with part terms. Will consider a
good Omaha residence as part payment
What have you? Write or see M. A.
Larson, Central City, Neb.
FOR SALE 480 acres 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
subsoil. Fenced and cross-fenced; 3 good
wells and wtndmolls; 7-room house; bsra
40x42; other outbuildings; 6 miles from
railroad town; mall snd telephone; sold
subject to lease; possession March 1;
price $43 per acre, half cash; terms 00
balance. P. O Box 125. Kearney. Neb.
WRITE me for pictures and prices my farms
and ranches in good Old Dawes County.
Arah L, Hungerford. Crawford. Neb.
WE specialise In selling Nebraska ranches.
White & Hoover, 464 Omaha Nat'l Bank
NEBRASKA FARM LANDS ARE SURE
INVESTMENTS. For best lands at best
prices wrle Geo Antlll. Blstr. Neb
160 ACRES Improved, closeln, paved road.
Nllson, 423 Securities Bldg.
RANCHES of all sizes and kinds, easy
terms. A a Pstiman. 301 Karbach Rlk
South Dakota Lands.
FOR SALE Stock ranch snd live stock. 175
cattle. $0 horses. Deeded and leased land
Plenty of water. An Ideal place for
dairying. Box 133. Sulphur. 8. D.
Aged Owner Sacrifices
166 Acres, Crops, 29 Cows
Toung stock, pr. horses, hens, hogs,
wagons, machinory.tools to work the 100
acres loamy tillage that rave made pros
ent owner well off; wire-fenced, spring
watered, 85-cow pasture; wood and fruit
for home use; good 9-room. slate-roof
house; good 60-foot barn, horse barn,
other buildings; on improved road, right
In village, close to schools, churches, etc.;
$5,200 takes all; less than half down. De
tails page 13, Strout's Catalogue of this and
other farm bargains, many with stock, tools,
crops included. On psgo 21 see details 25
acre fruit, truck and poultry farm, stock,
tools, crops, Included, commutation big
city, only $1,500; part cash. Catalogue
mailed free. E. A. STROUT FARM
AGENCY. Dept. 3072, 205 S. 18th St.,
LIVE SOT MARKET
Packers Continue to Pay as
High as $18.25 for Choice
Beeves; Hog Mi rket
Omaha June 27.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hoga Sheep.
Offl.-lal Mondav i.97 10.J05 U.4J6
official Tuesday 5.160 15 643 11.576
Official Wednesday .. 4.9J3 16 010 15,909
Estimate Thursday .. 5.100 1300 4,700
Four days this wk 20,310 64,867 45 640
Same days last wk...24.879 65.17 22.178
Same days 2 wks. ago. 31,474 47.343 13,460
Same days 3 wka. ago. 37,803 36.484 30 017
Same days year ago.. 83,189 47.991 16,747
Cattle Moderate receipts, trade was not
so active as yesterday but fully steady on
good to choice beeves, packers paying as
high as $18 26 for prime lot, the good to
choice 1.100 to 1,500-pound gradea sold any.
where from $17.60 to $18.26. Trade waa
slow on the medium kind quotable from
$16.00 to $17.50. Wblle prime yearlings waa
steady bulk of the offering sold slow and
unevenly lower prices any where from $13.00
lo 317.25. Butcher stock was about steady
but prices very uneven and trade not Quite
as active as yesterday. Bulk of the cows
sold anywhere from $11.76 to $14.00. Stock-
era and feeders were slow and unevenly
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves. $17.60ftl8.35; fair to good beeves,
16 006817.60; common to fair" beeves. $13 00
(rls.50: good to choice yearlings, $15,751
17.25; fair to good yesrllngs, $13.60916 60;
common to fair yearlings 19 0012.50
good to choice heifers, $13.00 14.00; good
to choice cows, 11.75014.00; fair to good
cows, $ 60ff 10.60; common to fair cows.
Jr.oi'S'S. ,6; prime feeders, $11.75(912 60
good to choice feeders $9.6011.00; fair to
good feeders, $8.008.25; common to fair
feeders. $7.50Jf8.50; good to choice stock-
era, $9.75011 75; stock heifers. $3.00eiflo0
slock cows, $7.759.26: stock calves $8.00
JrlOiO; veal calves. $$.60013.25; bulls,
stags, etc, $9 50W12.75.
Hogs Hog arrivals today were placed at
187 loada, estimated at 13,000 head. The
market opened all around at a lively pare
at strong to 6o higher prices, occasionally
sales being quoted as much as lOo higher;
it soon eased off, however, really flattening
out, the best bids sellers could get being
$16.30 for a good string. The bulk of the
sales ranged from $16.30 to $16.46; op.
Sheep There were It loads of sheep here
today, estimated at 4.700 head, by far the
smallest run this week. There wss a good
lively market from the opening and early
clearance mads of the small supply at close
to 25o high prices all around. A top of
111. do waa paid for native lambs. $13.00 on
ewes snd $13.00 for yearlings and wethers.
Quotations on sheep: Yearlings fed, good
to choice, $18.00018.50: yearlings fed. fair
to good, $18.76018.00; yearlings, choice.
light feeding. ll.oooil.7B; ewes, good to
cholee, $11.00011.60; ewes, fair to good,
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, June 37. Cattle Receipts,
8,000 head, Including 800 head of southerns:
market strong; prime fed steers, 117.25
18.00; dressed beef steers, $13.(0017.00;
western steers. $10.60018.00; cows, $6.76
13.0"; neiiers, 45.uujri4.no; stockers and
feeders, $7.60013.60; bulls, $7.00011 50;
Hogs Receipts. 10,000 head; market
higher; bulk of sales. $18.40016. 65; heavy,
$16.6516.70; packers and butchers, $16.45
016.60; light, $16.80016.66; pigs. $16,000
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 8,000 head;
market steady; iambs. $16.00018.00; year
lings, $18.00016. 60; wethers, $12.00014 60;
ft. Lonls Lira Stock.
St. Louts, June 27. Cattle Receipts. 8.-
000 head; market higher; native beef steers,
$11.5017.60; yearling steers and heifers,
$9.50015.50; cows, $7.60013.75; stockers
and feeders, $8.60013.00; fair to prime
southern beef steers, $10.00016.90; beef
cows and heifers, $6.00013.60; native valves,
Hogs Receipts. 8,500 head: market
steady on hogs, strong on pigs; lights, $16.60
016.76; pigs, $16.25016.80; mixed and
butchers, $16.40016.75; good heavy. $16. 0
016.65; bulk of sales. $16.46016.70.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 4.200 head;
market slow; lambs, 314.00018.00; ewes,
$11.00012.00; canners and choppers, $6,000
South St. Paul Live Stock.
South St. Taul, June 27. Cattle Receipts,
3,400 besd; killers steady; steers, $7,600
17.00; cows and heifers, $7.60013 00; veal
calves steady at $7.004f 14.75; stockers and
feeders stronger at $6.60012.00.
Hogs Receipts. 6,200 head; market
steady; range of prices, $16.00016.86; hulk
of aales, $16.25016.30.
Sheep and Lambs- Receipts, 600 head;
market steady; lambs, $10.00017.00; weth
ers, $7.00012.60; ewes, $5.00(3111.60.
St, Joseph Live Stock.
St. Joseph, June 27. Cattle Receipts,
1,800 head; market strong; steers, $1100
17.86; cows and heifers, $6.00016.60; calves,
Hogs Receipts, 8,500 head; market
higher; top, 16.60; bulk of sales, $6,300
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 2,200 head;
market steady; lambs, $13.00017.76; ewes.
Sioux City Live Stock.
Bloux City, Juns 27. Cattle Receipts,
1.000 head; market strong; beef steers,
$10.00012.60; fat cows snd heifers, $9,000
15.00; canners, $7.0008.60; stockers and
feeders. $10.00&11.00; calves, $10.0014.00;
feeding cows and heifers $7.0003 00.
Hogs Receipts, 10,000 head; market loe
higher; light, $16.40; mixed, $16.80; heavy.
$16.10; bulk of sales. $16.1016.40. ,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 500 head;
Omaha Hay Market.
Receipts light on both prairie hsy snd
alfalfa. And on account of the demand be
ing quiet, market Is soms lower on all
Hay Choice upland prairie, iii.oo: no. i.
upland prairie, $16.00016.60; No. 8 upland
prairie, $10.00013.00; No. 3 upland prairie,
$6.0009.00; No. 1 midland prairie, 116. OHO)
16.60; No. 8 midland prairie, $9.00013.00;
No. 1 lowland prairie, $9.60011.60; No. 2
lowland prairie, 37.0008. 00; No. 3 lowland
Alfalfa Choice. 132.00; no. l, iis.suw
20.00; standard, $15.60017.50; No. 2, $12.00
14.60; No. 3, $10.00011. 00.
Straw Oat, 3S.60O9.50; wheat, $8,000
New York Metal.
New Tork, Juns 27. Metal exchange
untAB nniat. ennt i.7u: aneirer. nrm
East St Louis, spot, $8.40$8.60.
Mew Tork Sugar.
New Tork. Juns 37. Raw sugar, steady;
centrifugal, $6,066; fine granulated, If.&u
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
WH have Improved farms at $36 to $50
Der acre. Black loam soil, clay subsoil,
prairie land. Some special bargain In un
improved prairie land. Uiasy terms,
Sura eron country. Write for list Em
pire Farms company, Thief River Falls.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms. $60 per a.,
lnelualna Dia-UD water nanis. nomj
Levi C M Rylander. 664 Omaha Nat'l
FARM LAND WANTED
Don't list your farm with us If you
want to keep it.
E. P. BNOWDEN 80N,
610 Electric Bldg Douglas 9371
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
2.000 DAY OLD chicks. Rocka Reds, Or
nine-tons. Leghorns. Webster 1708. 2213
2,000 DAT OLD chicks. Rocks, Reds, Or
rJingtons, Leghorns Webster 1708. 2213
WHEAT screenings, $2.60 per 100,
Wagner. 601 N. 16th St.. Phone
MONEY TO LOAN
Organized by the Business Men ot Omaha
FURNITURE, pianos snd notes ss security
$40. 0 mo II. goods, total, 83.60
Smaller, larger am'ts. proportlonsts rats
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETT
43 2 Securities Bldg.. 16 th. Fs mam Ty. 666
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
Id SMALLER LOANS. OCT.
10 W C. FLATAU EST. 1891 O
6TH FLR. SECURITIES BLDG. TT 060
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rstes. Private loan booths Ham
M'eWk :M4TVide n fIJ W1I
NOTICE Meeting In school district No. 29,
Douglas county, voting on bonds for build
ing. Meet July 6th, lp.ro.
Slow, Dull Cash Market De
velops; Spot Prices on Corn
Unchanged to 2 Cents
Omaha. Juns 27 1918.
The nrtlk of the receipts of grain today
consisted of corn and oats, with 66 cars and
45 cars, respectively. Wheat receipts were
10 cars and those of rye and barley 1
A alow, dull cash market developed to.
day with very limited demand on all cereals.
Spot figures on corn were unchanged to
lo higher the good yellow bringing a
2-cent premium over yesterday's sales, while
the bulk of the white offerings were un
changed. The demand for mixed corn was poor.
No. 3 whits sold at 31. 71 and 81.77 and
the No. 3 yellow at 31.60.
Oals were off fractionally, declining Ho
and i Recelpta overbalanced the demand
and several cars were held over. Stgndard
oata brought 744o and the No. 3 white
74o while the 4 and sample grades went
at 7So and 72 He, respectively.
Rye and barley were about unchanged.
Clearances were, wheat and flour at jal
to 69 000 bushels; corn, none; oats, 684.000
rrlmary wheat receipts were 197.000 bush
els, snd shipments 63.000 bushels sgalnat
receipts of 411,000 bushels snd shipments
of 378.000 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were, 894.000 hush
els, and shipments 3SM00 bushels against
receipts of 883 000 bushels, and shipments
of 644.000 bushels last year.
Primary oata receipts were. 1.040,000 bush
els, and shipments 646.000 bushels against
receipts of 643 000 bushels and shipments
of 947,000 bushels last vear.
Wheat Cnrn Aata
Chicago 1 199 203
Omaha 10 61 48
Kansas Cltv 6 -H n
St. Loula 4 in no
These sals vrern rennrted tniiuv
Corn No. 3 while: 1 car, 31.80; 1 ear.
$1.80; No. 3 white: 1 car, $1.77; 4 cars.
$176; 1 csr 3176. No. 4 white: 1 car,
11.61: 1 car It St 1 r 11 R
car. 11.67 Mn a hi(, i ei ' b.
pie white: 1 car. $1,83. No. 8 yellow: 3
cars, $1.80; 1 car $1.66. No. 4 yellow: $
cars. $1.84. No. 6 yellow: 2-8 car, $1.46.
No. yellow: 1 car, $1.30. Sample yellow:
1 CSV 11 9(1 Mn K 1 mmw. II.
car, tt.35. Sample mixed: 1 ear, $1.16; 1
car, e j. to.
Oata No 1 whit. T - fl u a
whlte:l ear. 7Jc Samnla white:' I
Art. Open High Low Close Tsty.
Corn 1 T j I
July 1 46HVI 1 il 148 1 41 14844
Aug. 1 48H1 1 49M 14B 1 49 0M 148M
Oats I ' I
Jnly 71,0l 73 I TIH 71 HB 78
Aug. 68KH 68HI 8HI (8 ?
July I 48 46 I 48 46 143 35 43 86 148 36
Sep, I 43 60 43 70 43 60 43 65 43 (0
July 25 60 5 $ 26 87 26 40 28 47
Sep. 25 7214 25 80 III 65 35 66 33 67
July 23 35 33 47HI23 33 33 38 33 80
Sep. 28 97H 24 06 33 87 83 90 33 87
,0MAHA GENERAL MARKET
Beef Cuts T,nlns. No. 1.. 38Uo: No. 1.
116 He; No. 3, 21' He Ribs, No. 1, 84Vic: No.
2 33Hc; No. 3, 2011c, Rounds, No. 1, 37c;
No. 8, 27o; No. 3. 23 Wo, Chucks. No. 1.
2Vic; No. 3, IlUt: No. 3, 17to3. Pistes.
No. 1, He; No. 2, 16o; No. 3, 16o,
run Fancy froxen large catfish. I to 8
lbs. average, per lb. 26c: this Is fancy fresh
frosen stock of fins quality; fancy fresh
catfish, odd slae, large, 28c; fancy fresh
halibut, direct from ship, fast ox press, 2Jc
lb.; fancy black cod, large alses, 15a lb.;
rancy fresh trout, also to suit. 2lo lb.)
fancy fresh royal whits chlnook salmon 30c
lb.: fancy fresh whlteflsh, 18o lb.; fancy
fresh yellow pike. 18o lb.; fancy frsh pick
erel, 16o lb.; fancy fresh red chlnook sal-
mnn, 26o lb.; fancy fresh blood-red bull
heads, large, 21a lb.; medium, 180 lb.; fancy
fresh pickerel, 12o lb.; fancy fresh rock
bass, lh., each 20c; fancy fresh yellow
ring perch, lb. each, 18o: fancy frtsh
herring, llo lb.; fancy haddock, 12o lb.
fancy steak cod, eastern, 15c lb.; fresh Grap
ples, 20022a lb.; fresh buffalo, large, 12c
lb.; fresh whits perch, llo lb.; fresh dressed
carp, large, lOo lb.; fanoy steak cod, west-
en, llo lb.; fancy gulf red snapper, llo
lb.; fancy frosen large bass, 80s lb.:
fancy frozen skinned whiting, odd slie.
flaky, almost boneless, 16-lb. baskets, per
basket, $2.66; round. To lb.; fancy froxen
round pink salmon, 14a lb.; fancy froxen
red salmon, 22c lb.; fancy froxen pink sal
mon, 20c lb.; fancy frosen sturgeon, lOo lb.;
fanoy frozen Spanish mackerel, 17o lb.;
fancy frozen native Kail mackerel, 11c lb.:
fancy frozen flounders, 12o lb.; fancy
frozen soles, 12o lb.; fancy frozen western
red snapper, lOo lb.; fancy frozen silver
smelts, 12o lb.; fancy frozen No. 1 whits
mullets, 60 lb.; fancy frozen Canadaln Tulll
bes whtteftsh, average K lb., 10o; 'fancy
frozen Canadian whlteflsh, large, dressed or
round, 16a lb.; fancy frozen Canadian
dressed pickerel, 12c lb.; fancy frosen Cana
dian round pickerel, 10a lb.; fancy frozen
dressed herring, large, $0 lb.; round, 80 lb.:
fancy baracuda, 14a lb.; fancy sea rock
baas, 14o lb.; fancy ros shsd, 4e lb.; fsncy
had roe, per pair, market; fancy smoked
chlnook salmon, 30-lb. boxes. 28o lb.; fancy
kippered salmon, 10-lb. baskets. 33 00; fsncy
smoked whlteflsh, lake fish, 10-lb. baskets.
$2.10; fancy kippered cod, 10-lb. baskets.
Fruits Oranges 80s. s, 126s, 888s, 324s,
$7.60; 160s, 176s, 216s, 200s, 26s, $8; lemons,
Runklst. $11: Red Ralls, 300s, 360s, $10;
bananas, 1.07140 lb.; California peaches,
$3 box; peaches, southern, 13. 60 box; Cali
fornia plums, $3 crate: California apricots.
$3 crate; California cherries, red and black.
No. 8 boxes, $3 box; H. O. cherries, 10 lb.
market basket. $1.60: 24 pint oases,. 33.60:
cantnloupes, standard 45s, 34.60; pnnys 84s,
34: flats. 13 to 15, $1.75; egg plsnts, 11
dozen; watermelons, 8c lb., crates extra.
Vegetables Potatoes, new, Itto ID.; neao
lettuce, 34 crate; $1.26 doz.; leaf lettuce.
6O0 doz.: cabbage, car lots. 4 Ho lb.; leas
quantities, 60 lb.; onions, yellow California.
100-lb. sacks, ISHe lb.; onions. H. Q. zoc
doz.; radishes, 30o doz.; aspsrsgus, 60a
doz.; Florida celery, 31.76 doz.; Telephone
peas, 15o lb.; cucumbsrs, 2 aot. noxes
32.50 to 32.76: box; beans, wax. 18 nmp.;
green, $2.60 hmp. ; summer squash, 31 dos.;
beets. 40o doz.; carrots, 400 aos. ; arti
chokes. 81.60; green peppers, 60e; tomatoes,
4 basket crats, 31.26; limes, 35 bssket; gar
lic, 17 Ha.
Miscellaneous Crackerjack, enecKars,
chums, 36.60; H cases, $2.85; ear pop
corn, 18o lb.; shelled popcorn, 1 lb. pkg.,
4 doz. case, $4: three B. honey, 1 lb. glasses,
I doz. case, $3 85; salted peanuts, $3; pea
nuts, 17 Ho to 20c lb.
CHICAGO C.KAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Bulls Aided by Drouth In Southwest In
Efforts to Push Up Corn Prices.
Chicago. June 87. Revere hot weather
southwest and a dangerous lack of moisture
there brought about sdvances today in the
corn market. Prices closed nervous. H to
'4c net higher with July 3I.46H to $1.46H
snd August $1.49 to 31.49 H. Oats gained
to lHc In provisions the outcome ranged
from lOo decline to a rise of 15c.
Bulla In corn were quick to take sdvan
tage of the failure of predictions that the
hest wave southwest would be broken. It
waa pointed out In this connection that rain
was urgently needed now to avert crop
damage. Anxiety also prevailed over the
smallness of stocks of corn available In Chi
cago for delivery on July contracts, espo-
dally as a reduction of the movement from
rural sources appeared probable owing to
the greater necessity of cars for newly
harvested wheat. Later, however, senti
ment became more bearish as a result of
good rains In Iowa and a prospect of wel.
coming showers In many other sections.
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD CO.
6 Secured Gold Bonds,
- Due 1928
Secured by Deposit of $30,000,000,
Par Value, Railroad Bonds.
Price on Application.
JAMES T. WACHOB
429 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg. Tel. Douglaa 746.
NEW YORK; STOCKS
Speculative Issues Score Gains
on Broadened Trading; y
Standard Shares Are
New Tork. Juns 37. Speculative stocks,
particularly secondary Industrials, equip
ments, oils and a wids variety of unclassi
fied augmented recent advances In today's
broader trading, but standard shares were
Irregular when not actually heavy.
The demand for rails waa again restricted
to Reading and a tew relatively unimportant
transportations, while transcontinental wers
under further pressure and United States
Steel reacted from Its sew maximum for
the ourrent movement of 110, closing at a
loss of a substantial fraction. Horning gains
of 1 to 3 points In Bethlehem. Crucible and
Lackawanna Steels, Republic Iron. Har
vester and American Locomotive, Pressed
Steel Car and the oils were largely. If
not wholly. Impaired In the general reces
sional of the last hour, when Baldwin Loco,
motive reacted sharply.
Various gaa laauea reflected the uncertain
position of that class of utilities at losses
of 1 to 3 points, tobaccos and shippings were
unstable and fertilizers moved oontrarlly.
Virginia-Carolina Cheraioal gaining t points
on the declaration of the "extra" dividend,
while International Agricultural reacted as
Foreign and domestic advices seemed
without direct Influence upon the market,
but bankers were Interested In the report
that the Treasury department has re
quested authorisation for an additional $8.
000.000.000 Liberty bond issue.
The general bond market was easier,
but Liberty 4s and 4 Ha were distinctly strong
on purchases attributed to sjorporetlona
seeking Investment of surplus profits. Total
ssles (par value) aggregated 39.875.000. ,
Old United States bonds were unchanged
List of leading stocks and closing quota
tolns of leading stocks: Closing.
Sales. High. Low. Bid.
Am. Reel Surar ... 100 sU S8U. SiU
American Can .... 8.800 47H 464 48
Am. C. & Foundry. 8.600 87 86 86
Am. Locomotive ., 13,300 69H 68 (8
Am. S. A R. . . . 8,100 79 78 78
Am. Sugar Refg lit
Am. Tel Tel.... 8,300 85 18 96
Am. Z.. L. A S.... 1.300 18 18 18
Anaconda Copper ..1.600 (7 6f
Atchison 700 86 86 84
A. G AW. I. S. 8. U 1.300 lit 110 10
Baltimore A Ohio 1.100 (t 84 64
B. A fl. Copper ... 400 15 36 14
. V..VI.U.M .... ...... ,.,
Canadian Pacific . 400 148 148 147
Central Leather .. 11,800 71 71 71
Chesa. A Ohio .. 300 86 64 66
C, M. A St. P.... 1,100 43 43 48 -
Chi. A Northwest 08
C R. I. A P. etfs.. 3.804 13 13 83
Chlno Copper .... 1,000 40 89 39
Colo, Fuel A Iron.. 000 60 48 49
C. P. Refining ,, 1,300 43 43 43 '
Crucible Steel .... 18,600 00 (7 08
Cuba Cane Sugar.. 1,300 11 81 11
Distillers' Securities 18,400 01 11 89
Erie 1,000 13 18 16
Oeneral Electrlo .. 100 143 148 148
General Motors .. 1,600 154. 163 164
Ot. Northern pfd . . 800 00 00 10 '
Qt. North. Ore Ctfs 1.800 18 31 83
Illinois Central .. 300 86 H 0 . 86
Inspiration Coppers 7,600 (4 63 - 83
Int. M. Marlns pfd. 10,800 104 102 103
Inter. Nickel 1,300 19 19 38
Inter. Paper 1,400 16 84 84
K. C. Southern 18
Kenneeott Copper,. 1,800 11 11 18
Lou. A Nash 116 -
Maxwell Motors , 37
Max. Petroleum .. 1,700 101 03 100
Miami Copper .... 600 18 18 18
Mo. Pacific 1,(00 14 13 13
Mont. Power .... 400 04 64 61
Nev. Copper .... .... 11 ,.
N. T. Central .... 400 76 71 73
N. T., N. H. A H.. 7,200 . 40 86 38
Nor. A Western .. 800 104 103 101
North. Paclflo .......... .... .... 17 .
Pacific Mall 18
Pennsylvania, . ... 1.1100 43 43 43
Pittsburgh Coal ... 600 64 63 63 1
Ray Cons. Copper.. 100 14 38 34
Reading 11,600 86 - 08 08
Rep. Iron A Steel. . 1,700 01 03 12
8 hat. Aria. Copper .... 16
8. Paclflo 400 84 13 83 .
3. Railway . ..... 1.100 14 14 14
Stud. Corporation.. . 4.100 47 46j 47
lexas 10 I.IVO l& id4 164 -
Union Pacific .... 1,600 133 131 131
U. 8. I. Alcohol .. 700 136 124 126
U. 8. Steel 1(3,200 110 108 108
U. S. Steel pfd .... 300 111 111 111
Utah Copper .... 700 80 71 79
Wabaah pfd "B" ., 1,700 16 . IS 16
Western Union .... ...... .... .... 10
West. Electric .... 1.900 44 -4-4
Total ssles for the day, 8(0,004 shares.
New Tork Money
New Tork, June 17. Mercantile Paper
Four months, 8 per cent; six months, 8 per
cent; sterling sixty-day bills, 14.73; com
mercial sixty-day bills 00 banks, 34.73) com-
. v , .. kills 11,11 If . .1 . M
$4,763; cables, $4.7(7-16.
Francs Demand, $6.71; cables,' 18.70,
Guilders Demand, 60o; cables, 80.
Lire Demsnd, 38.87; cables, 18.88.
Rubles Demand, 13oj cables,, 14e;
Silver Bar, 8!e; Mexican dollars, T7e.
Bonds Qovernment, firm; railroad bonds. .
Time Loans Easier; sixty days, Io0
8o; ninety days, (9(o; sts. months,
Call Money Steady: high, 4c; low, lo;
ruling rate, 4o; closing bid, !o: offered at
4n ; last loan, 4o.
IT. a. Is. reg... 11 I. Cen. r. 4s..,. 78
do coupon ... 18 I. M. Ma, 6s.... 17
U. S. 3s, reg.. 99 K. C. 8. r. 6s.. 78
do coupon ... 39 L. A N. nn, 4s.. 84 '
IT. S. Lib. 8s.S3.(8M., K.AT. is 4a 60
O. S. 4s, reg. ..106 Mo. PaC. 4s.... (7
do coupon ...108 Mont. P. 6s..., 88
A. F. 8. 6 (6 N. T. C- deb. ( 14
A. T. A T. c. (s. 17 N. Pacific 4s.... 10
A.-French 6s.... 12N. Pacific la... 17
A. A Co. 4s.... 840. 8. L. r. 4s.. 83
Atch. gen. 4s.. 80 "P. T. As T.' 6s 90
B. A O. c. 4s.. 73 Pa. con. 4s.. 06
B. Steel r. 6a.. 00 Pa. gen. 4s.. 37
C. Leath. (s .. 93 'Read. gen. 4s.. (1
C. Pac. 1st ... 71 8.L.AS.F adj. (a (7
C. A O.. 0. 6s.... I08. Paclflo cv. 6s 00
C. n.AO.. 1. 4s. 94 fl. Br. (s 17 M,
C..M.A8.P.C. 4S 76 T. A P. 1st .... 13
C.,R.I.AP.Ry. r.4s 8(TJ. Pacific 4s.... 84
D. A R. O., r. 6s. (1U. 8. Rubber ( 79
D. of C, 1931.. 91U. B. Steal 6s.... 38
Erie gen. 4s.... (4 Wabash 1st 83
O. Eleo. 6s.... 98 F. Govt ( II
Gt. N. 1st 4s 15 'Bid. Offered.
New Tork General. , - :
v e w skat tl A ft A St m
fill. 26; winter, $10.26011.16: Kansas,
$10.t09U.ll. J i
Corn Spot, firm: fresh shelled No. X.
yellow. 11.01. and No. 1 yellow, $1.11.
cost and freight. New Tork.
Oats Spot, firm; standard. 18 9 lie.
Ha v Quiet: No. 1. 31.40: No. 1, 11.109 .
1.30; No. I, $1.0091.10; shipping, 60980c.
Hops Quiet: state, medium to choice,
1917. 15943c; 1916. nominal; ' Pacific
coast, 1917. 20923s; 1918. 1416c,
Pork Barely steady; mess, $47.00941.00'
family, 155.00; short clear. $40,009(1.00.
Lard Easy; mlddlewest, 326.10926.20.
Tallow Steady; city special, loose. 17 c
Rice Firm; fancy head. 10910c; bine,
Butter Firmer; reoetpta, 10,061 tubs;,
ereamery higher than extras, 45 948c; ex
tras (92 score) 45c; firsts, 4344Hc; pack
ing stock current make, No. 1, 13a.
Eggs Firmer; receipts, 11,114 cases.
Fresh gathered extrss, 39 40c;
storage packed firsts, 37 031c.
Cheese Steady; receipts, s.fzi coxes.
Stats fresh specials, 23 024c; aver-,
sge ran. 23c -
Poultry Live, firm; chickens, broilers,
45960c; old rooster, 22c; fowls, 12c; tur
keys, 15e; dressed, steady; western chick
ens, fresh, 41048c; fowls, 10 9 35c; turkeys,
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City, June 27 Corn, higher; No...
2 mixed. 11.66081.67; No. X white. $1,829
31.86; No. 2 yellow, 31 60031.61; July..
$1.49; August, $1.62.
Oats Unchanged; No. 1 white. T7078o$
No. 1 mixed, 7475.
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