Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1918)
( ' ; South : ;
sUIGHT-ROOM modern cottage, walking
distance. (Of 8. 22d 8t
91 K. 17TH t-r. mod. apt, 127.50.
1(3. Curalng. 4-r. mod. Apt, (21(0."
4711 N. 36th. -r., mod. ex. ht. cot, I1T.S0.
1820 N. list, l-r, part mod. cot. $15.
ASP BROS., lit Keellne Bldg. Tyler 711.
$253220 Chicago, I rooms, modern.
$301035 8t Marx!, 18 rm, new furnace.
$28 021 S. 10th, 14. rooms, furnace.
RING WALT BROS., Brandel The. Bldg.
Ll&T your property (or rent or sale' with
FIRST TRUST COMPACT.
Real tore. Tyler TIP.
" ' HOUSES : '
: IN ALL PARTS OF TRB CITT.
. CKEIOH 8QN8 A CO.. BEE BLPQ
"Shopen A Co., Rentals. Douglas izh.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
- r- APARTMENT.
S rooms In tha Hudson, 207 South 26th
Avenue; heat and janitor service; (43.50
and (50.00 per month.
Dcnson & Myers' Co., Realtors,
424 -Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 7426. -
t'CRINSHED La tuna API'S. 5U s. :4th
.st. A large 11 v. room, a. dress, room. and
1 close, combined, a kltch. and bath. oomp.
' turn.; best of service. D. 1633.' I
-PETERS TRUST CO.,
Specialists In Apartment management
TIKARD Palace block, centrally looated, S
or, 4-roora apt: also 4-room flat. Superb
Apply 220 N. 23d. Phone ReflL 4282.
HAMILTON APTS., fireproof; fine lawn and
flowers;, best location; 24th and Farnam.
Prices reasonable. Call D. 1473.
TIZARD Palace block, centrally located. 3
or 4-room apts.; also 4-room flat. Superb.
Apply 220 N. 23d. Phone Red 4233.
EXTRA CHOICE CLOSE-IN FLAT.
New brick, nothing better In the city;
four bedrooms. $50 to FAMILY ONLY.
Arthur B. 'Woodman, 2223 Capitol Ave.
. ilODEBN 6-room brick flat, (62 South 26th
i art, rnona i.oiisx
FOR RENT Business Prop'ty
ITORE FOR RENT 15th and Douglas, 20x
40; ateam beat; rent, (111 per month.
, .WORLD REALTY CO..
Douglas (342. Sun Theater Bldg.
STORE North 16th St, near P. O.; low rent
O. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
-Office and Desk Room.
LAWYERS It ts essential for you to
offloe in Tha Be Bldg., Keystone In
vestment Co. Tyler 131.
WANTED TO RENT
Unfurnished Apartments and Houses.
LIST your houses for rent with us and get
reanlta. More requests than bouses; give
tjVvnc.. Treatment Co., Realtors.
Cf Om-hs fcat'l Bank Bldg. D. 1781.
Furnished Apartments and Houses.
ImALL apartment or bungalow for summer
i month. Good location, reasonable. Call
Boom 601, Banford Hotel.
TAINTED AT ONCE Light, clean room
for business man, where there are no
ther roomer; west of 25th preferred.
'Addraaa Bos 162, Omaha Bee, for par-
MOVING AND STORAGE
Free hbbs. fidelity
'16TH AND JACKSON. DOUG. 281.
STORAGE, MOVING, PACKING.
WREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF ALL VACANT
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
METROPOLITAN VAN & STORAGE CO.
Owned and operated by Central Furni
ture store; office on Howard St., between
15th and 16th. Phone Tyler 3400. Have
your .moving handled just as you' would
an orfler for new furniture. That's the way
w do It Ask to see our dally rental list.
Separata , locked rooms tor household
rood and: pianos; moving, packing and
OMAHA TAN AND STORAGE CO.. .
806 8.- llth.-- Douglas 4163.
Globe Van and Storage Co.
" For real service In moving, packing and
storing call Tyler 230 or Douglas 4338.
J r TTritjiT-, Express, Co7 Moving,
. J. SXEtEJlJ Packing - and. Storage.
1207 Farnam St Web. 2743; Douglas 6146.
"TIM AH A EXPRESS CO.
LARGE moving vans; careful men. Fur
niture pack., storage., 1417 Chicago. D. 3354
WEST & 'SUTTON.
Piano, household moving; live stock
hauled. t. 8729. 1606 Cass St.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVFD
A BRAND NEW BUNGALOW
. In tha north. .part of .the city, .la now
- reaily for a tenant. Has 5 rooms and
bath. Oak floors and finish. One block
to car. Close to schools and. churches.
Fine neighborhood. Full size lot, facing
; south; Strlctly-med'trh." See: this today;'
$3,5104.00. Small down payment and- bal
ance monthly. '-
. WALNUT 677. ' , ' -
NEW: 7-room, up-to-date, oak finish, large
lot; beautiful location. 6157 North 24th
St.. Prtc 7 $6,250. ' Norrls & Norrls. D.
. " 4270.
"PRETTIEST MILE" -
Beautiful 8 -room house in setting of
fin young forest trees (double garage)
on prettiest part of the "Prettiest Mile"
(Florence boulevard); fronts Into the
elegant grounds of C. W. Martin; house
exc.Uentl) built and best fit condition;
T8-ft front;-a real home; $1,000 under
the market price, $6,500. ACT QUICKLY
HARRISON & MORTON,
lit Omaha Nat Douglas 214
i ' P. B. Still harping on thl house be
es us ther are. probably 60 people In
Omaha who would buy the house if they
knew how desirable, and cheap It was. IT
MUST BE SOLD AND IS AN OPPOR
TUNITY FOR SOMEONE. H. A M.
.'I rooms, beautiful home with 78-foot
.'ront of ground with fine young forest
trees;' double garage. Can not be dupll
' cat.d for the money in the city; $6,500
$1,00 under the ftarket MUST BE
SOLD. Front east Into C. W. Martin's
' beautiful grounds at the "prettiest" point
of' tb "Prettiest Mile." ACT .puiCKLH.
F. intereIsted. .
Harrison & Morton, Realtors
1 lf Omaha Nat D.314"
Mina Lusa Bungalow
i '', ' 5-roonr new bungalow, located In Mlnne
Lusa; built-in bookcases, colonnade open
ing; bullt-ln buffet, with plated glass;
" plat rails and panel walls; oak finish
and oak floors throughout: bedroom and
" " bath finished In white enamel, balance of
' house finished In oak; full basement and
furnace heat: en paved street; one-half
block from car line. If you are looking
1 for"' something neV, don't overlook this.
Payne Investment Co.
, Y .137 'Omaha National Bank BIdg--D.
MIN'NE Lusa; nice lots on Titus avenu. near
Twenty-fourth street, can be bought at a
bargain; this lot must be sold. Can own
r evenings, Walnut 70.
sfiiNNa LD8A borne and lota offer h
beat opportanity ; to trnraM t ronr i neoer.
r bom 'yj Mr it
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED
Good T rooms and deeping porch strict
ly modern home on Fowler Ave., near
26th St Oak and whit enamel finish;
full basement; furnace heat; garage; pav
ing paid; close to public and parochial
schools and churches; S block to 3 car
lines. Price, (6,000; on reasonable terms.
J.VL. HIATT CO.
3621 HAMILTON STREET. $3,150.
Oak and birch finished, very modern
(-room bungalow, with sleeping porch.
JOHN W. ROBBINS. 1802 FARNAM.
8-ROOM mod. house at 2509 North 19th St.,
for only (33.
W. H. GATES.
(47 Omaha Nat Bk. Bldg. D. 1294.
WE SELL, reut. Insure and make loans ou
city property. North.
MITCHELL INVESTMENT CO..
14th and Ames Ave.. Col. 211
FOR SALE By owner, tl-roin modern cot
tage: hot water heat, full sized lot, barn
16sl8. Terms If desired. 3817 N. l-'d
St.N Phono Colfax 4131 t
6-ROOM modem new bungalow. SSSaNvirt
St. Walnut 1177.
HANSCOM PARK BARGAIN.
7-room. all modern house; not new, but
In good order; paving paid, near school
and car line; (350 cash; balance (25 per
P. J. TEBBENS CO..
605' Omaha Nat. Bank. D. 21S2.
CLOSE TO HANSCOM PARK.
Six-room thoroughly modern home, large
lot, hardwood floors, white enamel finish;
growing garden; new garage; easy terms.
Harney 42S3. '
One 6-room and one 4-room cottage, both
on one lot. Jive In one and rent the other.
Price, (i'500. Terms. No. 2433 South
20th St. Norrls & Norrls, 104 North 15tti
St. Phon D. 4270. .
ONE acre land, 3-large-room-house, Owo
barns, chicken house, corncrlb, hog house,
two caves, cistern 20 ft. deep, brick lined;
plenty fruit trees; on Lincoln Ave., one
mile from ' town; Also gentle driving
, horse. Buggy aad harness almost new.
One yearling eolt' and road cart. Will
sell together or-separate. Frank Konbek,
Plattsrhouth, Neb.', Box'- MS.
SEVEN rooms, hotwater heat, double
garage, $3,700; nine rooms near Crelghton,
hardwood floors, $3,300, and eight rooms,
$3,750. O. P. Stebblns, 1610 Chicago.
FOR RENT AND SALE. ,
HOUSES. COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS.
PORTER & SHOT WELL,
202 S. 17th St Douglas 6013.
HOMES AND H. MESITES,
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
(37 Om Nat. Bk. Bldg Dong. 1781.
W. FARNAM SMITH & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance.
1828 Farnam St. Doug. 1064.
BARGAINS In homes. Owners must sell.
G. P. STEBBINS. 1610 Chicago.
F. D WEAD SELLS REAL ESTATE.
REAL ESTATE B'ness Pr'ty
SACRIFICE SALE ,
Valuable "central business property con
sisting et S-itory building and full cor
' ner lot. Must be sold to close up a chari
table bequest. A great opportunity for
speculator or anyone who can uss the
property at $17,500. i
Harrison & Morton, Realtors
316 Omaha Nat D.314
WE WILL buy you home or business
property and My cash.
H. A. WOLF CO.,
Electrto Bldg. Tyler 8(.
BUSINESS property and Investment.
A. P. TUKBY and SON,
620 First National Bank Bldg.
. M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO.
Income, Business and Trackage Specialist,
15th and Dodge Sts. ' Douglas 419.
REAL ESTATE Investments
J $7,500 I
Southeast corner of 27th St. and Pop
pleton Ave.; 100 feet fronting west on
27th St., with paving all paid; double
building for two famines; built of brick
and stucco; first-class plumbing and beat
ing throughout. Has 6 rooms in each
. apartment. 2 rooms on first floor and 3
rooms and bath on 2d floor; oak finish
xlownstalrs. If you want a desirable prop
erty that is always rented, and on which
tha upkeep Is very low, you should look
this building over. There is room for an
other duplicate building on the 50-foot
vacant ground . adjoining on the south.
A reasonable payment down will handle
- this property.
HASTINGS & HEYDEN,
1614 Harney St. Phono Tyler 50.
REAL: ESTATE Exchanges
FOR SALE OU EXCHANGE 120-ACRE
southern Iowa farm; all corn land; good
improvements; ou main road and mall
route; wanted In exchange, general mer
chandise, hardware and furniture. Write
P. X Box, Osceola, la. v
-3-ACRE TRACT -all clear on Blvd. and
car line. No improvements. Fine building
site, $2,500.00. Will take pottage in Benson
in exchange. Call Mr. Browne, Ty. 1672.
REAL ESTATE Unimproved
ABOUT an acre of ground facing on Dodge
street paved road, just west or n,im
wood park. Tills can be Hold at bargain
V price if taken at once. Tel. Har. 4283.
TWO LOTS, one block from paved street,
for less than $100 each. Terms, 60o a
week. Tf. Wal. 1555.
$1 DOWN, $1 A WEEK.
PAYNE ft'SLATER CO.
FOR SALE J lots. Just south of Elmwood
Park In Overlook addition. Owner leaving
City. Will sell cheap for cash. Address
Box Y 1188, Omaba Bef
REAL ESTATE- SUBURBAN
or war savings stamps taken same as cash;
new 5-room bungalow; quarter-sawed oak
floor, oak and white enamel finish; ele
gantly, decorated; south- front, 2 block
to car; yard yet to be fixed. Seward Bros.,
6; 8 Brandeis Bldg. Douglas 3340. Colfax
Five rooms, oak finish In living room
and dining room, built-in buffet In din
ing room, complete and modern n every
respect; lot 60x106 ; look atj40 Dodge
street then see us.
The Byron Reed Co.,
Phone Douglas 297. f 1613 Farnam St. .
GEORGE AND COMPANY
I HAVE $500 cash and a good Dundee lot
to make first payment on Dundee bom.
Phone Douglas 6074.
HOT WATER HEAT.
High and Ightly, with a wonderful
view of the river and the city: 8 rooms,
tile bath, garage In bouse; laundry tubs;
electric, light; oak floors; Immediate pos
session. - Price and term on application.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas ttL '
1-J City Nation L
PACKING HOUSE MAN
Buy this new 3 -room hoose and 4 full six
lot. Good well with. pump. Price $1,200.
$50 down and $11 per month.
FOR SALE Two beautiful lot Just south
of Elmwood rrk In Overlook addition:
full stse lot. 60x1(0. Owner leaving the
city will ell cheap for cash. Act quick.
Address Box Y 1155, Omaba Be.
REAL ESTATE WANTe6
WANT ED R, A N C H OR FARM
Press brick business block and residence
property; also $30,000 worth mortage pa-
S. S. & R. E. MONTGOMERY.
213 City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
$12.000TO $15,000 hlgh-grado residential
property In Dundee. West Farnam or
Hanscom park district will be accepted
as first payment on a first-class farm
located near Osceola, la. Cash price
given and expected. Mitchell Investment
Co., 24th and Amos Ave. Colfax 217.
WE HAVE several good reliable buyers for
6 and (-room houses and bungalows with
$300 to $500 down. Call Osborne Realty
Co. Tyler 496. 791 Om. Nat Bank Bldg
16th end Dodge Sir rtoutlas ill
Real Estate, Loans and Mortga ges.
HAVE that Installment loan on your home
changed to a straight five-year loan and
rallev yourself of that monthly burden.
E. H. Lougee, Inc., 638 Keellne Bldg.
H. W. BINDER.
. Money on hand for mortgage loans
City National Bank Bldg.
QUICK ACTION ON LANDS.
W. T. GRAHAM.
604 Bee Bldg. Douglas 1633,
K1 A 7-
FARM LOANS CI Crf
JO tatit. xG"rip,ci-ia DV) id
! 564 BRANDEIS THEATER BLDG.-
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 2715.
CITY AND FARM LOANS.
.6, 6H and 6 Per Cent.
3. H. DUMONT CO., Keellne Bldg.
K1 Cf MONEY CI C
0 2 l HARRISON & MORTON. "72 O
119 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
$100" to $10,000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Woad, Wead Bldg., lith and Farnam 8ls.
MONEY to loan on Improved farms and
ranches. Kloke Investment Co.,Omaha.
SHOPEN & COMPANY Dougla 4228.
LOANS ON CITY PROPERTY.
W. H. Thomas & Son, Keeline Bldg.
LOW RATES C. G. CARLBERG, 312 Bran
I dels Theater Bldg. D. 685.
Stocks and Bonds.
FOR SALE-TWO SHARES OF
AMERICAN STATE BANK
W. F. BEAVERS.
Box 485 P. O., Omaha.
WANT TO BORROW"15,0U0" on Improved
property worth $100,600 for term of 3 or
6 years at ( per cent Address Box 216,
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Our next excursion to McGehee, Ark
W 8 FRANK. 301 NEVILLE BLK.
FOR SALE For cash, a 200-acr well im
proved farm, aU good black soil, "no open
ditches, two miles of a good railroad
town, good orchard, grove, fencing and
good wells of water, located In the north
ern part ot Ringgold county, said to be
the best farm In southern Iowa. Price
$225 per acre. Easy terms.
Good quarter section of land 10 mile
of Creston, la. Close to other railroad
towns, nicely improved, good grove, or
chard, plenty of water. This is good rich
oil and a farm that would suit most
anyone. Price $175 per acre. Easy
80 acre of land, fair Improvements,
lay fairly , good, four mile ot a good
town In Union county, Iowa,' good grade
of soil. Can give, time on $5,000 of the
purchase price. .Frlca $150 per acre. H.
B. Goodman, Creston, la.
Niobrara River Ranch,
4.920 acre on the-Niobrara river; two
seta of Improvements; 1,000 acres good
farm land; deep black, fertile soil; no
better land In the state of Nebraska; cuts
600 tons of hay and alfalfa. The upland,
which Is covered with heavy grass, also
grows alfalfa. Price $16.60 per acre; one
third cash. ,
White & Hoover,
464 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
200 ACRE STOCK FARM FOR SALE: Three
miles West and one mile North of Ft.
Calhoun, Washington county. Neb., 15
mile Northwest of Omaha, All fenced
and cross-fenced with woven wlr fence.
- 115 acres in cultivation, balance pasture,
fine waterworks system and tin Improve
ments for raising and feeding hogs and
cattle. Telephone connection and mall
delivery at farm. Price $185.00 per acre.
Inquire at Fort Calhodn Stat bank or
HENRY ROHWER. Fort Calhoun. Neb.
FOR SALE 160-acre farm; six miles of
Hay Springs, Neb. If sold by August
20, 191S, at (35 per acre. $1,000 will bo
palely to the Red Cross. $2,600 cash, bal
ance at 6 per cent, long time. Address
Mrs. Mary D. Lyrllsh, Hurtlngton, Neb.
FOR SALE Best large body high-grade,
medium-priced land In Nebraska. Very
little money required. C Bradley, Wol
WRITE me for pictures and prices my farms
and ranches in good Old Dawes County.
Arab L. Hungerford, Crawford, Neb. -
WE specialize in selling Nebraska ranches
. Whits & Hoover. 454 Omaba Nat l Bank
160c ACRES Improved, closeln, paved road.
Nilson, 422 Securities Bldg.
830-ACRE sheep ranch, nne miles from
Trego, Wis.; 130 acres cultivated, 100
acre of meadow, with two sets of build
ings thereon. Good tram five-room
house, 16x24x12 and 12x24x8; good frame
barn, 16x28x12; additions, 20x8 and
16x28. Frame granary, 14x22x8. Frame
woodshed and Icehouse, '12x32x8. Frame
chicken house, 10x32. Machine shed,
14x15. Calf shed, 12x24. Two caves or
root houses that will hold 1,600 bushels
potatoes. Two good well Land border
ing three nice spring lakes, creek (con
necting, with seven miles ot fencing.
Other buildings: Frame-house, eight
rooms, 24x30x12; horse barn, 12x20x8;
good log stock barn, 28x34x10. Price,
$13,000, with $3,000 cash, balance easy
terms. P. F. Jensen, Spooner, Wis., or
Lewis Larson, Cumberland, Wis.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $50 per a.,
Including paid up, water rigtits. Henry
Levi & C. M. Rylander, 864 Omaha Nat'l.
Don't list your farm with us If you
want to l"eep it.
EP. SNOWDEN & SON,'
610 Electr. Bldg. Douglas 1371.
, . , '
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
2,000 DAY-OLD-CHICKS, Rocks, - Reds,
Orpingtons, Leghorns. Webster, 1708,
WHEAT screenings, (2.60 per 100, Delivered.
Wagner. '801 N. 16th St., Phone Doug 1141
CHICKS for sale, 6 weeks old, 25c wach.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
FOR 8ALE Two thoroughbred Jersey
calves, one bull and one heifer. Telephone
Council Bluffs. 121.
MONEY TO LOAN
Organized by th. Business Men of Omaha
FURNITURE, pianos and notes as security
$40, 0 mo., H. goods, total, $3.50.
Entailer, larger am'ta. proportional rat.
N PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY,
432 Secnrltle Bldg., 16th & Farnam. Ty. 666.
LOANS OR DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
"I CI SMALLER LOANS. n CT
A JO W. C. FLATAU EST. 1892. " 10
TH FLR. 8ECURITINES BLDG. TY. 950.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rate. Private loan booth. Harry
Valeshock, 1(14 Dodge. l. (610 Est K9L
, ... . ,
OMAHA, TUESDAY.' JULY
Report of Condition i th
MERCHANTS NATIOXAL BANK
Charter No. 3778. Reserve District No. 10.
at Omaha, in the State of Nebraska, at the
close ot business on June 29. lltS:
Loans and dis
count $ $,U!.M.30
ity account ac
ceptances ' , 200.000.00
U. S. Bond'
certificates of. 1
TJ. S. Bonds de
posited to se
(par) $ 50,006.00
TJ. 8. Bonds and
certificates o f
secur U. S. de
posits 180,006 06
U. S. certificates
of indebtedness , '
bills payble .. 00,000 09 430.000.06
3H and 4 per
rent bonds un- v
pledged 135, 650. 0$
4 V per cent
bonds 60,000.00 1S5. 650.00
than U. S..
Bonds pledged to
its Securities o t h r
than IT. s.
bond (Not In-
owned u n-
pledged 7$., 516.61 116,616.61
Stock of Federal
(50 per cent of
subscription) .. '' 37,(00.60
Value- of Banking
Real estat owned
o t h than
banking house. 18,310.33
Reserve Bank. . 7S9,:62 60 ,
Items with Fed-
e r a 1 Reserve J
Bank In process j
of c o 1 1 e c t Ion
as reserve) .... 58.360.00
Cash In vault and
due from Na- i
tlonsl banks .. 1.486.7H.03
Net amount due
trust companies 1,(79,037.05
clearing house. 163.187 93
Checks on banks
located outside '
of city and cash
Checks on other I
banks In this
with U. S. treas- ,
War Saving '.....
Stamps 1,328.75 4,034.679.01
Capital slock paid
Knrnlus fund ....
Duo to banks,
companies .... 1,897,496. 45
Its subject to
Certificates of de
posit due in less
than 80 days.. 61,606.00
Certified checks. , 276.480.28
Cashier's checks. . 136,052.07
Dividends unpaid 17, 874.01)
Time certificates '
of, deposit (pay
able after 30
Postal savings de- .
posits . $5,962.00
War loan deposit
account ' 7S6,67.4T
Other V. B. depos
Blls payable with
ecuted for cus
State of Nebraska, County of Dougla, ss;
I B. H. Melle, cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that th
above statement Is true to the b"t'-of my
knowledge and belief. B. H. MEILB.
Correct Attest: Casnier.
V. T. HAMILTON,
G. SAM ROGERS,
Subscribed and worn to before me this
6th day of July. 1918. H. V BBKIUT,
sBlln i Notary Public.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will b received at tb offlc
of the County Clerk, at Hastings, Adam
County, Nebraska, until 9 a. m Thursday,
July 18. 1918, for the grading and Improv
ing of State and Federafald Project No. 7.
and Incidental work on said project -Bids
will be opened at the office of the
Board of County Supervisors of Adam
County, at their office in the
promptly after the time for receiving bid
The'p'roposeaiwork consist of construct
ing approximately 93.15 miles of earth roads.
The approximate quantities are:
363,100 cubie ynrds earth excavation.
533- cublo yds. mile hauling earth or clay.
6 lineal ft. concrete pipe, 12 In.
'3,366 lineal ft. concrete pipe, 18 in.
024 lineal ft. concrete pipe, -4 in.
78 lineal ft concrete pipe, 30 m.
2 lineal ft. concrete pipe, 35 in.
24 lineal ft. concrete pipe, 60 in.
681 cublo yards concrete.
P!tlmted cost . I137,a.t4
10 per cent engineering and con
Total estimated cost j"'4!?',7!7.
Certified check 6 per cent of amount of
b'pian and. specifications for th work
may b seen and Information may b M
cured at th. offices of th. County Clrk.
ot Kearney, Adams. Clay and Nuckoll
Counties, respectively, and the office ot tn
Stat. Engineer, Lincoln. Nebraska. The
State and Counties reserve the right to
waive all technicalities and to reject any
and all bids. r VASTINB,
County Clerk, Adams County.
GEORGE E. JOHNSON. "
No. 114, July 2-6-9-12-16.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will b received at the offic
ot th Coutity Clerk at Auburn, Nemaha
County, Nebraska, until m.. Tuesday,
July 16. 1918, for the grading and Improv
ing of state and federal aid project No. z.
and Incidental work on ald project.
Ttlrla will ha nnaned at th office Of the
Board of County Commissioners of Nemaha
r-nnntv. At fbele nfflpe In th. COUrt hOUSS.
promptly after th tlm for receiving bid,.
The proposed work consist of contract
ing approximately 67.25 miles of earth
roads. Th approximate quantities are:
258,000 cublo yards earth excavation.
660 c yd. mile, hauling surfacing ma
terial. 700 lineal feet concrete pip. 18 in.
183 lineal feet concrete pip., 14 In.
152 lineal feet concrete pipe, 30 tn.
4 4 lineal feet concrete pipe, 36 In.
230 cublo yard concrete. Including rein
forcing. 4 lineal feet corr. pips, 15 In. dla., 1$ gu.
18 lineal feet corr. pipe, 18 In. dla., 16 gu.
18 lineal feet corr. pipe, 24 In. dla., 16 gu.
28 lineal teet corr. pipe, 36 In. dla.. 14 gu.
Estimated ccst (74,927.60
Engineering and Contingencies... 7,492.76
Estimated Total Cost (82.420.36
Certified check t per cent of amount of
Plans and specifications for th work may
be seen, and Information may b. lecured, at
the office of th. County Clerk of Nemaha-
County, ofllc. of th. the County Clerk of
Richardson County, th offlc ot th County
Clerk, Otoe County, or at the offlc ot the
State Engineer, Lincoln, Nebraska. The
state and eountle reserve th right to
waive all technicalities and to reject any
ana an mas.
a 0. snow.
County Clerk, Nemaha County,
, GEO." E. JOHNSON,
.... Btat Engineer.
No. Ill-July l-(-(-ll-ll
OMAHA LIVE STOCK
Cattle Market Opens Slow on
Moderate Supplj'; Hog
Prices Advance; Light
x Sheep Receipts.
Omaha, July 8, 1118.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheen
Estimat Monday 6.200
Sam day last week.. 7. OSS
Sam day 1 w'ks ago (.097
Sam day t w'ks ago 7,663
.Sam day year ago.. 3.936
Receipt and disposition of live stock at
te Union stock yards, Omaha, for 24 hours
ending at 3 p. m. yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'r(
C, M. St P 17
Union Paolflo 16 11
C. N. W.. ast S 18
C. N. W west.... t 47 63
C 8t P., M. 4t O.... 10 17
C, B. A Q... eaat IS t
G, B. A Q., west 36 81
C. R. I. A P., east.... 11 (
C, R. L P. west.... 1
Illinois Central S 1
Chicago Gt Western.. ( t
Total receipt 22S 1( 25 i
Cattle Th market opened alow on a
moderate supply of 6.200 head and quality
of th offering ws Just fair. There were
very few wll fatted droves of steers on
salo and prices on the good to choice from
$17.60018.25, Th medium kinds ot steers
were draggy and prices steady to easier
at (15.60W17.00 and on down for th com
mon to. fair warmed up kind.1 Butcher
stock was slow and about steady, good to
choice 'cows selling at a spread of (lV.OOfil
13.(0; ranners and cutter at (7,0008.25.
Veal calves brought anywhere from (7.00
13 26. the heavy kind being In very per
demand. Beef bull brought anywhere from
(S.60OI3.60 nd quotably steady with last
week' close. .
Quotations en rattle: Good to choice
heeveSj. I7.60jyl8.26; fair to good beevk.
$15.76317.00; common to fair beeves, (13,00
015.26: good to choice yearlings $16,600
17.00; fair to good yearlings, (12.50 15.35;
common to fair yearlings, $9.00if 11.00; good
to choice heifers, 111. 00313. 00; good to
cholc cows. $lO.0012.6O: fair to good
cow, $8.60010.00; oommon to fair cows,
$7,0008.25; prime feeders. $11.75018.60;
good to cholc feeders, (9.50011.00; fair to
good feeders, $8.0009.25; common to fair
fers, $7.OO08.26; good to choice Blockers,
$9.75011. 76;'siock heifers, $7.00(91.00; slock
cow, $7.2801.26; veal'ralvea, $8.00013.25;
bulls, stags, etc., $9.50012.00.
Hogs Tiler were 170 loads of hogs re
ceived 'her today estimated at 11,500 head.
The market opened active, hulk of early
bales showing an advance of from 6i to 10c,
After a large portion of the hogs hud been
sold th market eased off to not more than
steady prices. Bulk of the sales today
were $16.(0 to $16.70 with a ton of
Hheep Ther war $6 loads of sheep on
I he market today, estlmatod at 6,800 head.
With a light supply and broad demand the
market was active, sale being reported
at a much earlier hour than usual ot late.
Ths early market wa strong and fully
steady with last week's close on both
limbs and ewes. An rly top of (18.35
was reported, but was not considered the
lop for th day. Ewe sold at (11.76 to
$12.00 and were fully steady with Friday.
Quotations on sheep and Iambs: Lambs,
good to choice, $17.00018.50; lambs, fair
to good, $14.60017.00; yearlings, good to
choice, $18.0013.50; yearlings, fair to
good, $13.76013.00; ewes, good to choice.
$11.00013.00; ewes, fair to good, $10,090
Kansas City tlv Stock Market,
Kansas City, Mo., July 8. Hogs Re
ceipts, 26,000 head; market strong: bulk
of sales, (16.75Qi16.96; heavy, (I6.617.U0;
packers and butchers, (16.756 17.00; light,
$16.60016.90; pigs, $16.00016.76.
Cattle Receipts. 16,000 head; market
stesdy; prime fed steers, $17.26018.26;
dressed beef sterrs, $12.60017.00; western
steers, $11.00018.00; cows, $7.00013 60;
heifers, $8,00014.25; stockcrs and feeders,
$8.00016.26; calvos, $3.60015.60.
Steep Receipts, 8,000 head; market,
dteady; lambs, $15.00i3H8.:5; yearlings,
$13.00017.00; w.thora, $12.00014.60; ewes.
New York Dry Goods.
N.w York, July 8. New York meetings
of cotton goods merchants are being held
to arrang. for price fixing. Markets today
were quiet awaiting government announce
ments Of tllsns. Hltrlana w.r. D.w
silk wss firm and dress goods quiet'
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bid will be received at th offlc
of th county clerk. Grand Island, Hall
County, Nebraska, until 2 p. m Wednesday,
July 17, 1918, for grading and Improving
stats and federal aid project No. I, and
Incidental work on said project
Bids will be opened at tha office of th
Board of County Commissioner ot Hall
County at their offlc In the court house
promptly after th time for receiving bids
The proposed work consist of construct
ing approximately $2.26 miles ot earth roads.
The approximate quantities are:
96,000 cublo yards earth excavation,
958 lineal ft, 18 4n. concrete pipe.
120 lineal ft, 24 In. concrete pipe. ! .
48 lineal ft, 80 in, concrete pipe,
24 lineal ft, 18 In. concrete pipe.
24 lineal ft, 48 In. concrete pipe.
160 cubic yard concrete.
Estimated cost. $36,226.(0
10 per cent engineering and con
Estimated total cost
Certified check. 6 per .cent of amount of
bid. ... .
Plana and specification for th work
may . be seen and Information may be se
cured at the offlc ot the county clerk of
Hall county, or at the office of the Stat
Engineer, Lincoln, Jebraska. The Stat,
and County reserve the right to waive "all
technicalities and to reject any and all bids.
J. E. LYLE,
GEORGE E. JOHNSON,
No. U. July 2-5-9-12-16. ;
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be received at the offlc
of th. county clerk. Candy. Logan county.
Nebraska)- ontll 2 p. m Saturday, Jul? 10,
1918, for the grading and Improving of Stat
and Federal Aid Project No. 12. and Inci
dental work on said project.
Bids will be opened at tne oinc or me
Board of County Commissioners of Logan
county at their office In tha court house
promptly after the time for receiving bids
The proposed work consist of construct
ing approximately 17.1 mllea of earth roads.
Th. approxlmat. quantities ar.:
70,030 cublo yards earth excaVatlon.
11,690 C. Id. miles hauling earth or clay.
.20 Uneal feet corrugated pipe, 18-in.
46 lineal- feet corrugated pipe. 21-ln.
101 cublo yard concrete.
Estimated cost $32,923.56
10 per cent engineering and contln- a
Total estimated cost ,.(36,216.92
Certified check, I per cent of amount sof
Plan and specification for th work
may be seen and Information may be se
cured at th. offlc. of the county fclerk .of
Logan county, th. county clerk of Mc
Pherson county, or the offlc of th tate
engineer Lincoln, Nebraska. The stat and
counties reserve th right to walv all tech
nicalities and to reject any and all bids.
County Clerk, Logan Count:
GEO. E. JOHNSON,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be received at th office
of the county clerk. North Piatt., Lincoln
county. Nebraaka, unill - p. m., Friday,
July 18, 1918, for th. Yradlnif na Improv
ing of Stat, and Federal Aid Project No. 10.
and Incidental work on said project
Bids will b. opened at the office ef.the
Board of County Commissioner of Lincoln
county, at their office in the court house
promptly after th tlra for receiving bid
The proposed work consist of construct
ing approximately 19.1 mile of earth roads.
The approximate quantities are:
102,700 cublo yards earth excavation.
6,044 C. Yd. mil. hauling clay or gravel.
67i Lineal feet concrete pipe. 19 tn.
8 lineal feet concrete pipe, 24 In.
20 lineal feet concrete pipe, 36 in.
98 cubic yard concrete.
Estimated cost (33,116.34
Ten pqt cent engineering and con
tingencies - 8,911.63
Total eslmated cost (43.027.97
Certified check for 5 per cent of Amount
Plans and specifications for th work
mmv ha seen. nd information may be le
cured at the offlc of the county clerk of
Lincoln county, ort th offlc of th tate
engineer, Lincoln, Neb. Th tat and
county reserv th right to waive all
technicalities and to reject any and .all bids.
A. S. ALfTEN,
County Clerk, Lincoln County.
GEORGE E. JOHNSON,
No. 116 July 2-5-9-12-16-19.
Grain Arrivals Are Light;
Cash Corn 2 to 6 Cets Up J
Oats Are 1-2 to 1 Cent
Omaha. July I, 1919.
Receipts for today's rasn market were
light Arrival were, 10 cars of wheat, 63
cars of corn, 13 cars of oats, none of rye and
1 car of barly. Those last Monday war 22
cars of wheat. TS- car of corn, $7 car ot
oats, 3 car of rye and none of barley.
Cora price In all varieties er consid
erably higher, commercial grades ranging
from 306o or 7o higher, and off grades
also shovsd relative strength. Good grade
am not sen readily at th upturn. . No. 2
whits sold at 13.00, th. top.
Oat figure wer U01o up. Th high of
76HC was brought for No. 3 whit.
No ry or barley wa reported sold up to
near tn. Close,
Today. Tear (go.
Corn . 1,148,000
Wheat (1,600 , 286.000
TJ. 9. CLEARANCES.
Corn ; , 10.000
Wheat Corn. Oats.
Chicago 4 111 $15
Kansas City 193 16
St. Louis 300 91 46
Omaha . 11 . 68 13
Minneapolis , .,..,,..,,,.127 ., ,.
Winnipeg . , ., 6$ ,.
Wheat No. 1 bard wlnteri 1 car, $3.13.
No. S hard winter: 1 car, $2.19.
Oat No. t white: I car, 76V4.0. Standard:
1 car, 76c; No. t white: 2 cars, 75c; 3 cars,
74HC No. white: 1 car, I4ttc Sample
white: I car. 73
Omaha Cash Price Wheat; No. I hard,
$2,33; No. 1 hard. $2.29.
Corn: No. 1 white, $1.00; No. I whit,
$1.9r.01.(7; No. $ white, $1.70; No. whit,
(1.55; No. 1 yellow, (1.(9; No. 1 yellow,
$1.69: No.. 4 yeltow, (1.6201.64; NO. ( yel
low, $1.4801.60; sample yellow. $1.8001,85;
No. 6 mixed, $1.48; No. ( mixed, $1.40(1.45;
sample mixed, $1,250(1.40.
Oals: No. I whit.. 76Hc; standard, 76c;
No. 3 white, T4H076O; No. 4 whit. 7S4e;
Chicago closing prlc.s, furnlsh.d Th. Be.
by Logan A Bryan, stock and grain brokers,
Article.! Open. High. I Low. Clos.. Sat'y
Corn, I I
July 1 6S0H 1 84K 152K 1 K3HH 162H
Aug. 1 6401, 1 1.5 H 164 1 64W 1M
Sep., 1 653166 1 56k 165U 1 6( 044 166U
July 74Ofc 7( T4 74 H T4
Aug. 70440 71U 70 7OH07O 70
Sep. (9K 70H 69M69H04. ti
July 48 41 45 4( 44 10 44 10 44 45
Sep. 46' 05 45 80 (4 10 46 00 44 (0
July 26 16 26 17 4 26 05 21 10 2( IT
Sep. 26 26-40 26 40 24 17 14 (0 2( 10
July 24 16 24 17H 24 06 $4 06 24 06
Sep. 24 66-72 24 75 24 57'I4 60 14 60
New York, July 8. Cotton future opened
steady; July, none; October, 3 4.9 5a; Decem
ber, 14. (7c; January, 24.64o; Maroh, none.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Action of Oongree on Wheat Tends ( Send
. ' I'Moe of corn Higher.
Chicago, 'July (.Action of oonrress look
ing to higher prices on wheat stimulated an
advance In th value of corn today not
withstanding announcement ot a veto of th
bill by President Wilson. Th. market closed
unsettled, lie net lower t lUo un. with
August (1.64 "4 tn. (1.54H and September
(1.65U. Oat flnlshod Ha oft to Via ad
vance, and provisions varying from 860
down to a rise of SOo.
Commission house buying of corn was
strongly In evidence throughout th. day ex
cept Just before th. close, when sale to
realize profit became th rule. Bull con
tended that even aside from th action
of congress corn was worth more money
on tha basis of current promtum paid for
new wheat. Besides, th opinion generally
prevailed that th wathr In th big
producing states wa too .cool for th best
interests 01 tn crop. LiKsunooa mat
Canada would continue to take oorn liberal
ly for flour mixing purpose landed further
to handicap th bear.
Oats wer Inclined to advene, wlfft wheat,
but encountered hedging sale. Rain in
western Canada operated also a aa ele
ment ot depression.
Provisions averaged higher owing ' to a
falling oft tn receipt ot hog and because
of larg. exports. Most of th demand,
though, came from shorts.
Chicago Llvs Stock, '
Chicago, July (.Cattle Receipts. 16.-
000; good to boat (teady t strong, others and
butchers generally steady; calve steady;
stockers and feeder alow to steady. Beet
cattle, good; cholc and prim, (16.60018.00;
common and medium, $11.75016,50; butch-
era stock, cows and heifers, $8.00014.50.
Canncrs and cutters, $7.0008.00. Blockers
and feeders, good; cholc end fancy, $10,400
18.00; common and medium, $8.00010.40.
Veal calves, good and choice, $18.00010.76.
Hogs Receipts, 33,000; market uneven;
mostly 15a to 26c higher; packing grade
closed dull, with advance parity lost; bulk
of. sales, $16.80017.10; butcher. $16.(60
17.36; packing, $16.30016.96; light, $17,000
17.40; rough, $15.75010.25; pigs, (16.26
Sheep Receipt. 16,000; market steady
and mostly 25c, higher for fat class; coom
and feeders generally steady; cholc snort
sortda native lambs, (18.75; good short
sorted natives, (18.60, Lambs: Cholc and
prime, (18.60018.(0; medium and good,
(17.75019.60; culls, (13.0001( 00. Ewes:
choice and prime, (12.60018.26; medium
and good, (10.00012.50; culls, (4.5001.00.
' ( St. Louis Live Stock.
St Louis, Mo., July (. Cattle Receipts,
1,600 head; market steady; native beef
steers, (11.50017.60; yearling steers and
hoif.?rs. (9.50016.50; cows, (7.50013.75;
stockers and foeders, $8.60012.00; fair to
prim southern beef steers, (10 00017.70;
beef cows and heifers, (6.90013,50; native
Hogs Receipts, 6,600 head; market 26c
higher; lights, $16.90017.10; pigs, $16.7(9
17.00; mixed and butchers, $18.86017.10;
good heavy, $16.(6017.00; bulk, $16,900
Sheep and Lamb Receipts, 1,600; mar
ket steady; lamb, $14.00019.00; ewes, $11.00
013.00; canners and choppers, $5.01)010.00.
' Sioux City LIt. Stock.
Sioux City. Ia., July 8. Cattle Receipt,
4,600 head; market steady to weak; b.f
steer. (9.75017.00; fat cows ana heifers,
(9.00012.50; canners, (6.(508.00; Vockers
and, feeder. $10.00 011.50; feeding cow and
Hog Receipt. 8,000: market 10 cent
higher; light, $16.76; mixed, $16.65; heavy,
iitf.tu; euik 01 sales. 11s.40m1e.76.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 100 head
St. Joseph live Stock.
8t Joseph. July 8. Cattle Reclpt 1
600 head; market steady; steer. $12,000
18.00; cow and heifers, $6.00016.00;
Hogs Receipts, 6,600 head; market
higher; top, $17.06; bulk, $16.85017.00.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,800 head;
market steady; lambs, $13.00018.00; we
Omaha Hay Market.
.Receipts light on both pralrl hay and al
falfa;, demand quiet; market easy, with
Hay Choice upland pralrl., $18.00: No.
1 upland-prairie, $16.00016.60; No. 1 up
land prsirle, $10.00013.00; No. I upland
prairie. $6.0009.00. No. 1 midland. $11,000
16.50; No. ft midland, $9.00013.00. No. 1
lowland, $9.60011.50; No. 2 lowland. $7 00
08.00; No. 1 lowland, 86.00M.00.
Alfalfa Cholc. $22.00; No. v 1,
20.00; standard, $15.50017.(0; NoV I, (12.00
014.50; No. 1. $10.00011.00.
Straw Oat, $(.5009.60; wheat, (8.600
Chicago Produc Market.
Chicago, July t. r Butter Unsettled
creamery. 88 042 Vic.
1 Eggs Higher; receipts, 10,290 cases; firsts
36.037c; ordinary firsts, (4035c; at mark,
cases Included (3 036c.
Potatoes Higher; receipt 60 car; Loui
slana, Arkansas and Oklahoma Triumphs,
(2.5002.40; Louisiana, Arkansas and Okla
noma. Triumphs, white, $2.6002.75; Califor
nia white, $3.75; California red, (3.00; vir
gin la barrel, $5.7601.00.
Llva Poultry Lower fowl, 2$Hc;
Minneapolis. July 8. Corn No. 3 yellow.
Oat No. $ while. 74 K 0 75c.
With , Foreign News Reassur.
ing, Shares Off red on .
Stock Exchange Ccz
( tinue Downward. ,
New York, July . Apart from (be last
day's average contraction of excefi reserves
by local banks and mor definite titlmalions
concerning n.w capital requirement by
railroad and Industrial corporation, evenls
ov.r th. week end offered ao explanation
for today' dull and heavy stock market. Y
Foreign new was reassuring In the main
and domeatlo developments wer unchanged
save for sporadlo labor trouble and firmer
monetary tendencies, especially la time
With cayc.ly an exception, leading :
share wer. under persistent pressure, the
selling again focusing abqut United States
Steel, which suffered an extreme reces
sion of m point. Kindred Issue yielded .
sympathtcally and rails also wer reac
tionary, dividend payer losing ,1 to 1V
point. 1 ' -, . '
Among th several peculatlv groups, '
Sumatra Tobacco experienced a gross set
back ot T point and Genarel Motors
points, with 1 for United Cigar and 1 to"
8 Vk point for metal and oil. Included
among th heavy mlccellaneoua Issue were
Central Leather, Industrial Alcohol, Dls-
tillers and Intsrborough Consolidated pre
Lowest Ajuntatlon wer registered. In tlio "
last hour, but towards tha clos specialties .
rallied 1 to I point and equipments. In
cluding United Stat Steel and Republic
Iron recovered substantial fractions, while
Marin preferred wa relatively strong. Sales
amounted to 410,000 ahare.
Traffic at western far far western point')
diminished during th paat week, but the
general business situation was more favor
able on further solution of war problems. '
Liberty bond wer heavier, other Issues
easing slightly. Total sales, par value, ag
gregated $4,175,000. United States- bond,
old Issue, wer unchanged on call. .
Sale. High. Low, Bid.
Am. Beet Sugar
Can .... 14,000 484j 4U 4T?r':
A Foun'y 1,500 84 34Vi 4'V '
au..,t... AAA A, A. '
6VV OI 01 VI
1,700 (IK T(V 79',
600 114 11H4 llt'k
1,400 $6, 95 96 ,
1,000 r 9i 19,
12,500 (9t (7fc 8
200 (4Vs $4t ki
1,800 541, (4 VI 54 U
1,000 29 28H 2,9
600 30 19 Vt 194
200 147 14( HS
1,000 71 69 Vi 70
600 66 it 5 ,
100 3314 3( 23
300 41M 40li 40
Am. Smelt. A Ret.
A in. 8uar Ref.
Am. Tel. A tel. ..
Am. &., L. A 3. ..
Anaconda Copper .
A O A W I 8 S L
Halt A Ohio
B. A 8. Copper ... ,
Canadian Faclflo ,
Central Leather ...
Chea. A Ohio ....
C, M. A St P. ...
C. A N. W
C, R. I. A P. ctfs..
Chlno Copper . ....
Col. Fuel A Iron
Corn Products Bef. 1,900 43M 41 4H,
crucibi steel ,.,,.1,400 si 7t 68 Vi
Cuba Can. Bugar . 1,800 tt 81. ,11'.
Mstlll.rs Securities (.300 68 57 K 53 - 1
Ert , 1; U ,
General Electrlo .. , Mi;1,
General Motors ... 1,200 1564. 152 103
Gt. Northern pfd. . 400 , 90 91' 80V
Ut Nor. Or ctfs... '$00 $5V li CH ,
Illinois Central ... .... 9a
Innplvatlon Copper. 5,300 66 55 Vi 63 ,
Int. Mor. Mar. pfd. 23,000 104 103 Vt 103 f.
Inter. Nickel 4,100 ItH 3044 .I'M,
Inter. Paper 400 86 V. 36 35.
K. C. Southern .... 18
Kennerott Copper. 2,700 13 $$H 33V.
Louisville A Nash 113S
Maxwell Motor , ,.. . ,1fr
Tex, Petroleum ,. 10,600 10$ 991 100'i
Miami Copper . 600 29 29 J9V
Missouri Paclflo .. 1,000 23 23 29
Montana Power ... ..... .... (ft.
Nevada Copper ... , 800 10 20 20
New York Central 600 78 73 II
N. Y N. H. A H... 400 33 17 31 '
Norfolk A Western t. , 10(
Northern Paclflo . (00 (6 (8 (0
Pacific Mall .......... 18
Par. Tel. A Tel .... .... 10
Pennsylvania 400 4,1 41 43 ,
Pittsburgh Coal .. ..... 11,
Ray Consol. Copper 1 (00 , 24 24 24
Heading 14.000 03 11 02
Hep, Iron A Steel 17.000 94 92 93
Hhattuck Aril. Cop , ... 16
Southern Paclflo .. 400 It 83
Southern Railway. 100 14. 13 31
Studebsker Corp. . 2.300 47 46 . 46
Texaa Co 700 161 161 1(3
Union Paclflo .... .1,000 131 131 111 ' .
U. 8. Ind. Alcohol 1.000 126 114 184
United State St..U08,00O 101 1064 100 )
Utah Copper 800 IS 81 $ '
Wabash pfd. "B" . 100 25 15 16 .
Western Union J... ITU
Westlnghous Else. 400 41 42 42
Total sales for th dar, 410,000 share.
Nw Tors? Honey. -'
New York, July $. Msrcantll Paper-
Four and six month, ( per cent . ' .. ;
sterling nixty-aay mns, com
mercial 60-day bill on banks, $4.79: com
mercial 60-day bills, (4.71; denund.
(4.753; cables. $4.76 T-l.
Francs Demand, (5.75; cable, 95.70.
Guilder Demand, 60 c; cable, (le.
Lire Demand, ((.It; cables, $8.(0 .
Ruble Demand, llWo; eablas, 140,
Silver Bar, 990! Mexican .dollar, 77c.
Bonds Government . heavy; 4 railroad,
Tim Loans Btrrjigsr: 10-day. (05
per c.nt; 10 day, g0(c; six months,
p.r cent bid. - . .
Call Money strong ; high. I par-cent;
low, I per eent: ruling rate, ( per' cent;
closing bid, 6 per c.nt; offered at ( par
cent; last loan, p.r cent i
U. 8. Is, reg., 91 I. C. ref. 4s..,, 78
do, coupon,, IS Int. M. If. 6s.... BS ,
IT. 8. 3s, reg.. 09 K. C. S. ret 1 7
do, coupon.. 19 L. A N. un. 4s 84
U. S. Lib. !s 99.64 5t K A T 1st Is 61
U. S. 4s, reg.. 100 M. Fac. gen. 4s 69 v
do. coupon ..101 Mont Power 114.
Am. For. Sec. ( 97 N. Y. C. deb, I 14
Am. T. A T. 0 6 (14. N. Pac. 4 , 81 1,
Anglo-French 692N. Pac. 3s...... 69
Arm. A Co. 4 84 O. 8. U ref. Is (2
Atchison gen. 4 81 Fac. T A T. (, (9
B, A O. cv. 4 79Penn. con. 4 96.
B. S. ref. Is.... 87 Penn. gen. 4 (8
Can. Leather 6s (3 Reading gen. 484
Cert. Pac. 1st.. 77 8 L & S Fa Is 68
C. A O. cv. 8s.. 80S. Pac. cv. is., 90
C, B. A Q... J, 4 14 Southern Ry. I 90
C MAS P 0 4 71 4 T. A P. 1st.... 98
C R I A P r 4 68 Union Pac. 4.. 84
C. A S. ref. 4 71 U. 8. Rubber 6 79
D. A R. G. r. 6 48U. B. Steel (.. It
D. of C. 6 ('(1) 11 Wabash 1st .... 92
Erie gen. 4... 63 French gov, !s 18
Gen. Electrlo a tt 'Bio.
Gt, N. 1st .. 96 .
', ' . V.
Ne4? York OearJ, '
N.w York, July $. Flour Quiet; springs..
$10.90011.(0; winter and Kansas, $11,600
11.76. , ,
Corn Spot, firm; fresh htlled No. I yU
lqw, $1.18, and No. S yellow. $L!8, coat
and freight N.w York. ,
, Oats Spot, ateady; standard, I0o.
Hay Weak; No. 1. $1.40; No. 1. fl.tO 0
1.25; No. S, (6C01.OO. '
Hops Quiet; tat medium t choice,
1117, 8 Jo, 191$, nominal; Paclflo coast, -1917,
20023c, 1111, 14016a. ' - ,
Pork Firmer me, $47.6O04l.pO; family,
$56.00; short clear, $46.00051.00. . ,
Lard Firm; tnlddl west. $38.01036.10.
Tallow Firm; city apeoial loose, 17 o.
Rice Firm; fancy head, 1601Oo, bin
rose, 9 0 1 .; ."',: '.
UR July list of bonds ni
v short-term notes con
tains fifty-nine offerings of N
securities which are attrac
tive at present prices.
It also gives condensed
descriptions of twelv,is
,sue yielding from 4.35
This list should be of in
terest to you.
Send for OB-170. f
CyJstswl Oft o CMm -CWcafr-137
So. La 'Sail- St
BodShsrt T m Sotm-A cwrtancn
Powered by Open ONI