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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1919.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
:.v)-ACftE firm, 60 milts oorthwtat of
Minneapolis; good nous large base
ment barn and other butldinga Price
$100 pgr acre. Will take part trade,
rarmera Land Company, Palace Bldg.,
Bfr RLT1 RIVER VALLEY LANDS
Writ K. r. Andrus, $38 Endlcott
Bide.. St. Paul, Minn., for list of farms
owned by Mm.
VALLEY FAltit 160 seres; large houaa.
barn, fruit, soft water; $2,800; easy
terme; free views. Arthur, Mountain
VALLKY. 160 acres, large house, out
buildings, orchard, soft water; bargain;
$J,oo. Send for views, other far ma. W.
Arthur. Mountain View, Mo.
FOR SALE $ii,000 BUYS A FINE 80
ACRE level black loam farm, together
with fine buildings and a fina appla or
chard, four mile from tha city of
Holland, Mich. For further particular
apply to C, DEKKYZER. Holland, Mich.
Writ for free farm cataloir.
FARM AND RANCH
HQ ncrei miles from Aniley,
ml) from ichool; telephone and rural
route; rolling hind, all fenced and
cro8t'd fenced; 75 acres farm land, 10
hrrea alfalfa, balance hay land and pas
ture; will run UO head; 2 wells and
windmills: I big cisterns; new house.
26jt2ti; barn. 40x44; mow will stand 13
head ff horses and 60 h'ad of cattle;
cattle and hog; sheds; double granary
with driveway; price $55; csn give pos-
sespton any time up to April 1. 1919,
GAIXES AND THOMPSON,
Security State Bank,
"hlVKR TuNT RANCH FOK SALE.
1,300 aen deeded land for 128,000,
2r miles of river front, and river val-f-y;
river nv?r overflows; land lays
along south side of North Loup river,
w. at part of Loup county, 3 miles north
of Moulton, 10 miles west of Almeria;
warm spring- water for stock In winter;
cmd hunting and fishing, plenty heavy
timber; will cut between 200 and S"0
tons river hay; 150 acres of good, lwe
land, can farm or will raise alfalfa:
pumps and nulls; some alfalfa; all tenc
ed and cross-fenced In several places;
new 10room house, with arge cement
cellar; plenty of sheda, Lams, granaries
and outbuildings for ranch and farm
purposes; lease on school section Join
ing can be secured; 87 miles from Par
gent and Punning, on Burlinpton rail
road; phone service, mail delivery hy
hmise; plenty griipes, plums. Will sell
100 or more Horc-ford cattle, 20 horses,
hops, grain, hay, msehinery in conmc
tfon with ranch If desired. Can give
possession any time If stock and feed
Is sold. Will give good time on half,
or movf. on land, and time with banka
ble notes on personal property Would
like 'to make sale on land by 10th or
lath of March. Frank Go! son, Moulton,
DODGE COUNTY, NEB.
One of 'Dodge counties best valley 160
sere farms: & mlh from Fremont, 1
miles to markut ; I need and ctoks
fenced with wo wire: 112.000, im
provements; 130 , s cultivation, tin r -a
nee pactum, ai ds and building site.
Immediate possession, 4-4,000 cash, bal
ance time. ,
IS. 400.00 Cash, balance 5 to yeais.
secures immediate possession of 80 aero
well Improved at 1175 00 per acre, 3
miles from Herman. 70 acres In cuitl
, vatlon, & acre alfalfa, fenced hog tight,
balance pasture and building site.
80 acres. 7 miles fnwn Herman, very
good Improvements. 65 acres cultivated,
balance pasture, timber building site,
$11,000, cash $4,000, balance time.
DO YOU WANT LAND?
I own 14.000 acres of land In Chey
enne, Banner and Kimball countir . Ne
braska, and Logan and Cheyenne coun
ties, Colorado: both' raw and Improved,
a selection that will mset your evary
requirement. 1 fear no competition In
rrlees or terms. Please write your wants,
let's get acquainted,
D. R. JONKS. REAL ESTATE,
OMS section In famous Flower field coun
try, where they have never had a
short crop, has 225 acres In winter
wheat on new ground; 75 acres more
ready for spring crop: $42.50 an acre;
$3,000 until you get jour crop, $6,000
then and balance in 13 annual pay
ments; the crop will make your pay
ments and leave you some money to
build with. The best bargain In west
ern Nebraska today. Come at once, aa It
' will soon be sold. Guy Forsllng, Bush
: FOR SALE.
POSSESSION MCH. 1. 140 ACRES
In l'i miles from North Platte; good Set
of Improvcmenta; house, stable, gran
' ary. well and windmill; 100 acres
farmed, balance hay meadow and pas
ture, with running water; Just across
ttn road-'from the 8tate Experimental
Farm. Choice alfalfa and wheat land.
Price $tt)0 par acre; good terms. Write
Owner. Box 375, North Pla(t, Neb.
WH1 NOT OWN A FARM?
We offer a good section about seven
mllea northwest of Bushnell, where they
raise large crops, at $32.00 per acre, on
terma of $3,000 cash, balance 10 annual
paymenta. Any good farmer ahould he
able to pay for this land with the crop.
Address A. B. BEARD. KIMBALL.
Snap! 1,120 A. Dairy Ranch
with mechanical n-.ilktnt machine,
flowing well, good buildings; 400
A. hay land; t ml. from Cham
' hers rash, bal. 10 years. Cast
furnlah photographs Geo, Whlsler.
FOR SALE 12 acres, with new 7-room
house, good new barn, chicken house and
garage; plenty of fruit of all kinds. The
land Is very rich and level; two good
avenues lead to the place and It Is con
sidered the best place In the county;
only 1 mile south of Plattsmouth. This
must be sold at once; $7,500 will buy It
In the next 10 days. C B. Schleicher.
191 2 'Vinton St.. Omaha. Tyler 806.
UUY of owner 4S0-acre farm. 10 ml. n. e.
ot Broadwater, Neb. House, well and
wind mill, granary, stable, cistern and
care, fenced etc. 160 acres under plow,
130 acres In fall wheat, goes with
place; 320 acres pasture and hay land.
Terms. Price $25 an acre. L. W. Mc
Manls. Broadwater. Neb.
NEBRASKA Good aectlon Loup Co.; no
timber, rocks or gravel; good grass and
sweet clover; cattle do well; Si broke;
,. frame house and stable; good well, 25
ft.: echool and postofflce adjoining ac
tion: possession March; $9 per acre;
one-third time. S. Logan. Owner, Sar
:0 Acres, 4V, miles from Hubbell, Thayer
county, Nebraska; 200 acres under culti
vation, balance paature; fair Improve
ments; excellent combination stock and
grain farm; price $3$ per acre; will ac
cept $3,500 down, balance to ault. F. M.
Mlctrael Co., 610 Electrto Bldg., Omaha,
V S"0-ACRES FARM AND RANCH.
AU one can ask for the money. $20.-
00: good terms and can use dwelling
in pieoraaica town weat 01 Grand island.
Write for description or come and aee
owner on place; possession March 1.
W. H. JENNINGS,
AT A BARGAIN, 6 40-a, atock farm. 10 ml.
N. JB. of Broadwater. Neb.; 160 a. farm
land; good house, well and windmill;
$-ft. board corral, cattle shed, stshle,
granary, garage. Price $20 acre. Terms.
L. W. McManls. Broadwater, Neb.
FOR SALE Five aectlons, fenced, living
water; 1,000 acres tillable; long grass
pssrure. A real stock and grain propo
sition. J. R. Carter. BushueU, Nto.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
FuR SALE, one well Improved ranch,
Kaya Paha county, 1,1(0 Acres, plenty of
good hay, live water, timber, eaay terms.
Look It over then make your offer.
W. H. BAR VET. MILLS. NEB.
C0 ACRES, 3i'0 acres valley, 130 In.
cultivation, fenced, five room house, well
and mill, about 11 miles north of Halg
ler. Neb, Price $10 per acre. Easy terms.
L. E, Bsrger, Wray. Colo.
WRITE me for pictures and prices of icy
farms and ranch's la good eld Daw,
county. Arab U Hungerford. Crawford
400-arre tmirovd atock and grain farm
only $12,000. Suitable terms.
MOOKE FIELD, NEB.
FOR SALE ISO acrea, 10 milts north of
Potter, Cheyenne Co., Neb. 120 acres
In wheat, all goes. Ernest Don, gcrlbner.
GOOD Omaha Income property for clear
western land or eastern Nebraaka farm
Mr Peaae. Ill Brsndels Theater Bids,
MERRICK 'COUNTY, Improved corn and
alfalfa farms at the right price. ML A
LARSON. Central City. Neb
IMPROVED and unimproved wheat farina
Kimball Co., Nebraska. R. a Holmes
l.Ouu ACRE ranch for eale, cheap, good
reason for selling. Inquire of B. P.
Smith, Ewlng, Nebraska.
KEITH CO. land barg.ilna. Irrigated and
non-lrrlgated. Anderson Salca Co.,
SOUTHEAST NEBRASKA, Two fartn
bargains. $126 per acre. Stewart, own
er. 20 Bes Bldg., Omaha.
New York Lands.
CREDIT AND $1,200 CASH BUYS
Buildings worth $$.000, with 147 acres,
12 cows, team, tools, good buildings,
40 level acres, $ cows, fair buildings.
$2,200, with 8700 eaah. $100 yearly.
5426 8. Salina St., Hvracvae. N. Y.
WIDOW mut aoil 106 acres, 2 miles
from town; practically lev), loam aoll,
well watered; 15 acres -aluuble timber,
nice 10-room house; 3 lare barns, pig
gery, hennery, large orchard; includ
ing 20 head cattle, team, 4 hogs, 40
hens, hay, straw, grain and farm equip
ment Price $7,000. Easy terms. Free
list. Ellis Bros.. Sprlngvllle, N. Y.
JORDAN VALLEY. Oregon, offers you a
home In the land of sunshine, where
conditions are rlht for raising alfalfa
and cattle. Address, Jordan Valley
Farms, Boise, Ida ha
South Dakota Lands.
3,000-ACRE ranch, well Improved, artesian
well, on White River, 10 miles to R. R.
town; good pasture and hay land; $35
per A.; half cash.
2.400 acres, one body, highly Improved,
fine blilgs. ; 700 acres In cultivation
running water, $25 per acre. Easy terms,
A. A. PATZMAN.
301 Karbai h Blk.
LAND FOR SALE.
160 a., 200 a., 440 a , 580 a., 1.120 a.,
2.000' a., 3,000 a , worth $10 per acre,
mora than asked. Address John J.
Bulttery, Room 4, First Natl. Bank
Bldg.. Rapid City. South Dak.
Bl'Y a home fur your soldier boy In the
county that produced over 4,000,000
bushels of small grain and plenty of
corn In 1918. Unimproved. $i!5; Im
proved, $50 and up. John Pusey, Miller,
20 acres. Unimproved limber land, In
Pend-Oreille. county, Washington. Land
lis well, easy to clear; coiitdi road at
I'orner of track. 7 .nlles to R. R. sta
tion ; fine for stock r.insh. I'tlce $3,000.
Might sell best Vi section for $1,800.
Timber en this will twice pay for It.
J. N. Green, 418 First avenue, Spokane,
WYOMING LANDS WILL MAKE YOU
Farm lands $15 to $10 per acre.
Irrigated lands, $35 to $85, per acre.
Cattle ranches. Homesteads, 640 acres.
TAYLOR & CO., 1617 Capitol Ave.,
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms. $60 pel
a., including paid up water right, -lenrj
Levi ACM Rylander. S54 Omaha a.
040. acre homestead. Duff, Casper, Wyo.
132-ACRE corn farm; year's Income over
$fi.000: 150 aens smooth tillage, clay
subsoil; 40-eow paature; 'valuable wood,
timber, fruit, J-story 8-room house,
grand shade; 40-cow basement, barn,
new stable, 2 poultry houses, wagon
barns, corn houses, etc.; I mllea town.
Circumstances force aale; low price,
$12,500; only $3,000 down; easy terms.
Details to see this money-maker, page
, Bargain Catalog; copy free. Dept.
3072, Strout Farm Agency, Bee Bldg.,
If you want a 640-agre homestead,
rood grass and grain land, near settlers,
timber and calls; send me $5 for full
Information; references Nebraska State
G. W. D'MENT,
FARM LANDS FOR RENT.
160-ACRE farm for rem In Soctlons 17
and 18, Boomer township, Pottawat
tamie county, la.; well Improved;
known as "Officer Farm." Chas. T.
Officer, 128 S. Main St.. Council Bluffs,
la. Phone 40.
FARM LANDS WANTED.
WE will sell your farm; timely sales
quick returns. Held Land Co.. 664
MAKE your 'wants for farms known to
C. V. Nelson, 616 Omaha Nat. Bank
Bldg. Phone Doug. 5204.
ONE Nash 2-ton, slightly used truck, can
hardly be told from new truck, com
plete with cab and chains, $1,500.
HIS FORD SEDAN, starter, demountable
rims. Kelly Springfield tires, excellent
condition, A bargain.
19th and Howard Sts.
MEEKS AUTO CO.
Used cars bought, aotd and exchanged
We buy for cash and eell on time. Full
line to select from. Middle State Oarage
1028-$ Farnam St. Douglas 4101.
MEEKS AUTO CO.
FOR SALE Cheap, one Maxwell touring
car, late 1017 model, almost new; going
to California. Call or phone 2787 Cap
itol Ave. Harney 1203 or Tyler 1462.
H. D. Walker.
NEW retreader; latest and beat out: costs
lefts; makes seven different treads. Write,
wire or call. Duplex Tire Co.. 114 South
USED CARS AND TRUCKS
AT BARGAIN PRICES.
STANDARD MOTOR CAR CO..
2020 Farnam St. Omaha. Neb.
LEAVING TOWN My 1917 Maxwell
touring for sale; Just overh-auled. A
bargain. Call Mr. Wiles, Tyler 2463 or
GLOBE VAN AND STORAGE CO.. wll.
store your auto. Rates for Ford ears,
$1 a month; large cars, $6 month.
IF you have a car to trade we can fit
you out We buy, sell or trade. Twenty
to choose from. Trawver Auto Co., 1910
FCRD TOURING ar for sale, by owner.
New tlrea. Sill No. Ith avenue.
Phone Col. 1467.
BARGAINS IN USE- CARS.
McCaffrey Motor Co.,
15th and Jackson. Ford Agents. D. 1600.
EXPERT Repairing Guaranteed service.
1th and Leavenworth. Doug. TOOO.
AUTOMOBILE electrical repairs; service
station for Rayfield carburetors and
Columbia storage batteries Edwards
W ANTED FOR tPOT CASH. 100 USEP
CARS: quick action; no delay. Auto
Exchange Co. Je5 Farnam St. T ojj,
Nw Ford to out ot ,tswncustomera.
NEW and ud Ford, Anna oc-liea, Im
tnedlate delivery. O'Rourke Goldstrom
Auto Co., 3701 So 24th. 80. $9$.
OAKLAND, Sensible Sii?
MARSH OAKLAND CO..
1300 Farnam 8L
QUALITY USED CARS.
VAN BRUNT AUTOMOBILB CO.,
PRIVATELY owned used cara for sale.
OMAHA USED CAR MARKET.
1817 Leavenworth. Tyler 1347.
Get a liukk used car.
Neb. Buick Auto Co.
fl1AA for magneto we can't fix: patentee
yxvu Affinity Spark Plug. O. Baya
dorfer, 210 N. IStb.
WE ARE THE USED CAR MEN.
TRAWVER AUTO CO..
1910 Farnam. Harney $14,
AUTO STORAGE 1 4 -HOUR SERVICE
16th and Leavenworth. Doug. 7000
GOOD USED CARS.
OUT L SMITH.
ONE Chalmers 1-tun truck for aale cheap,
2118 Harney St. Phone Douglas 1540.
Tires and Supplies.
TITIPH OVR.HArtr PRICE
GUARANTEED 1.000 MILES.
iOcI t 7 BOUOilV, I l it
32x3 V, . ; 10.15131x4 ll.lt
12x4 11.50134x4 11.00
We furnish the old tires.
I IN 1 VULCANIZING COMPANT.
15U Davenport Street
WE) do casing and tuba repairing. We
guarantee our work. ,New and second
URBAN TIRE A VULCANIZING CO..
. 238? Harney St. Phone Douglas 1413.
NEW TIKES ON SALE.
Firestone. Congress, Lee Pullman, Flak.
Write for prleve. Mention sixes.
KAIMAN TIRE JOBBERS. 2016 FARNAM.
11 CENTS PER MILE.
Rent1 a Ford. Drive yourself, Ford
Livery Cd , 1314 Howard St. Douglas 8623.
BARGAINS, naw No. 1 tires and tubes.
Tires 45 per cent off, List tubes 15 per
cent, write or phone Webster 1031. Day
1808 No. 4th.
GAIN more miles: have your tlrea ra
treaded by G & O. Tire Co.
1416 I.envenworth. Tyler 1261-W.
Repairing and Painting.
Wrecked and leaky radiators repaired
and rebuilt; large atock used radiators
New Ford honeycomb rsdlstors
OMAHA RADIATOR A TIRE WORKS.
1819 Cuming. 1064 Farnam.
EXPERT radiators, fenders and auto
bodies: repairing at reasonable prlcea
Prompt attention given to garage work
ship your radiator direct to us.
NEBRASKA SERVICE GARAGE,
Doug. 7390. 118 S. 19th St
ClfNTRiTgarage repair Tept., Bight and
day service. If In trouble call us. Tyler
714. All work guaranteed.
'F. P Barnum Co., 21S2 Cum'.nit. D $044.
High grade Automobllo Painting.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
. Bargains tn used machines. Victor H.
Roos. the Motorcycle Man. 17th and
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
1 want to sell a 24-pound female Coon
or buy a male. Oddresa O. W. Meeker,
FOR SALE Plymouth rocks or reda, pul
lets and roosters. Douglas 2740 Whitney;
BUFF ORPINGTON er-ga. One and wo
dollars setting. Thorough Drod. , ed
CANARIES for sale. Guaranteed slnuers.
4112 North Twenty-fifth avenue. Colfax
3ri53. M. ,
WHEAT screenings $2.25 per hundred. A.
W Wagner, 801 N. 16th St.. Doug. 1142.
WHITE ROCK HATCHING EGGS from
Omaha Bhow winners. Benson 288.
TWO new Incubators. Colfax 1990.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles.
$20.00 ' HOLSTEINS $20.00
Practically pure bred Holsteln heifer
calves from 60-Ib. cows. Sire carrlea 25
. per cent same blood as Segla Fayne
Johanna, world's champion cow; these
calves are sure to make heavy producers.
Harris Holsteln & Duroc Farm, Sexton-
HARNESS. SADDLES and TRAVELING
Ws make them ourselves and sell
them direct to consumer. Why pay two
profits for Inferior goods when you can
get high grade goods at first cost?
ALFRED CORNISH A CO..
Phone Dona SI 4. 1210 Farnam
DON'T FORGET the big horse am." mule
auctions at stock yards stables next
Wednesday. Expect a good run of choice
farm mares, matched teams of farm
chunks and one carload of farm mules.
Sale starts at 10 o'clock. I. C. Oallup,
Extra! Extra! Extra!
Ha. it ess. collars and harness accessories.
No war prices, selling at a secrlflee as
owner is In France. Call at residence
FOR SALE Three nice, big, young
mares, isat i jity rtroaerage. nppiy
residence, 1037 So. 24th St., two blocks
south ot Leavenworth.
Harness and collars for sale at great re-
ductlon. 1406 No. 24th St.
HORSE, buggy and harness for sale. Very
cheap If taken at once 953 N 28th Ave.
4-year-old cow. Will soon be fresh. 2016
Willis avenue. Webster 6218.
THE SALVATION Army Industrial Home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. We collect We distribute.
Phono Doug. 4135 and our wagon will
call. Call and inspect our new home
1110-1112-1114 Dodge St.
MONKY TO LOAN.
Organized by the Business Men of Omaha
FURNITURE, pianos and notes aa secur
ity. $40 6 mo, H. goods, total, $3.60
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
481 Security Bldg.. 16th A Farnam Ty. 066
LOANS ON DIAMONDS. JEWELRY AND
11 CI LIBERTY BONDS. OCT
lJ2 1 W C. FLATAU. EST. 1892 -
6TH FLR. SECURITY BLDG.. TY. 160
Loweat rates. Private loan booths. Harry
Malrahock. 1614 Todge, D. 6619 Est. 1811
DIAMOND AND JEWELRY LOANS
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Mary A. Powell and husband to Nel
lie C ' Jurgensen, 27th St., 120 ft
s. ot B St., e .s., 60x150 $ 3,000
Annie P. Sype and husband to Roger
P. Holman, Burt at, 100 ft. west
of flstVt, n. s., 50x135 (,375
Charles V. Chestnut and wife to
John E. Armstrong. Kansaa ave.,
190 ft. east ot 27th st, s. s.,
Mary E. Thomas to Andrew Bal
kus and wife, U St., 40 ft east of
34th St., n. s., 40x100 100
Charles W. Martin and wife to"
Jess 8. Bird, Whltemore ave.,
120 ft. east of Mlnne Luea ave.,
s. s . 55x120 6,000
Esther V. Olsen and husband to
Elmer V. Delaplane, 36th at.,
107 4 ft. south ot Lafayette ave., '
w. s., $6x111.6 6,300
Mary T. Kemp and husband to
John C. Rlha, Binney St., 88 ft.
weat of 16th st, n. a 44.82xl3S.67 1,600
Antonlno Marfisl and wife to Frank
Zoubek, 22d St., 149.4 ft north
ot U at e. s , 28x130 1.800
Margaret F. Sexton and husband
to Reglna Young, a. w. cor. 27th
and B sts., 60x7$ 2,800
J. P. Palmer end wife to Frank
Barker, Franklin St., 135 ft. west
ot 43d st, n. a., 45x160 $60
Mayme B. Rich and husband to
Mary L. Archer, 4th ave., 150 ft.
south of Isard st, e. a, (0x120. 4,600
Frank O. Seward and wife to
Martha Mendenhall, Cuming at,
250 ft. weat of 42d St., n. a..
John F. Flack and wife to Andrew
Sorenson, 44th at, 160 ft south
Of Spauldlng st, w. s., 40x134.25..- 276
Ernest Peak and wife to Clarence
Richards, 44th ave., 40 ft south
of Emmett st, w. a, 40x103 2,550
Fred Armburst and wife to George
O. Hofmann, Plnkney at., 80 ft.
east of 25th ave., a. s , 40x80 1,(00
Rev. M. w. Halverson Tr., et al to
John Mice, Tr.. et al, a. e. cor.
19th and T sts., (7x125 1,000
J. J. Marecek and wife to Harold
Glfford, n. w. cor. 11th and Y sts..
115x33$ and other property 1,000
Harry A. Pearce and wife to Moat
Rev. J, J. Harty, Blahop, 30th
at.. 194.1 ft. north of Curtis ave..
w. a.. 97.1x361 3,(00
Charles M. Myers and wife tofnat
Rev. J. J. Harty, Bishop, 3tltil
at., 97.1. ft north ot Curtis ave..
w ,s., 17.1x351 1,500
W. C. Klrchman to Rose K.
., Stmanek, 10th st.66 ft. south of
Tine st, e. I., $72x12$ 1
REAL ESTATE TRACKAGE.
W. C. Klrchman and wife to Rose
K. Slmanek, a. .a. cor. 10th and
Pine St., 65x123 1
William L. Locks to Patrick Ber
gum. 16th at, 200 ft north of
Fort st, w. ., (0x132 775
Harley 8. Sutton and wife to
Charles Kresl and wife, Hllsdale
ave., 27.8 ft. east of 42d st, a a,
A. E. Burr and wife to Peter Don
aldson, a a. cor., list and Has
call it., (8.4x8$ 3,200
Anton A. Carlson and wife to Pearl
B. McCroakey, 86th ave.. 257.1
ft. north of Davenport St., w.
Jacob L. Kaley and wife to Joseph
Relf, N st. 16th ft. east ot 3th
st, s. a.. 35x60 1.710
Paul W. Kuhns and wife to Dorothy
H. Sullivan, Davenport St., 401.7$
ft. west of 13d St., n. s., 41x18.6 ((0
Thomaa N. Croaby and wife to
Hiram N. Way, Underwood ave.,
160 ft weat of 60th St., n, a.,
Charles Samland to Frank Bam
land. Fort at., 126 ft east of
14th ave., n. a, 41x132 1(0
John A. Pardoe and wife to John
Tlmnath Alwiern et al. 32d ave.,
42.77 ft. north of Vinton st, e. a.
Dorothy M. Brown and husband to
Timothy C, Manning, s. e. cor.
84th and Arbor sts., 66x131 ... (.1(0
Frank tiutachewski and wife to
Teofile B. Garllck, 33d at., 142 (
ft. north of Oak st., e a., 47 6x168 t.too
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the Stockholders of the
South Platte Land Company will be held
at the office of arid Company. Room 701,
First National Bank Building. Lincoln, Ne
braska, at 11 o'clock A. M.. on the Fifth
day of March, A. D., 1919. C. H. Morrill,
President; W, W, Turner, Secretary and
Treasurer. F-4 31t-m.
DeLuca Record in English
in March List of Victor Co.
"God Bless You, My Dear," by
Giuseppe de Luca, is listed among
the new Victor records for March.
De Luca, who has been in this coun
try but a short while, has learned
the English language and rentiers
the selection with only a slight ac
cent. It is the song of the absent
lover whose thoughts remain at
home with the girl. The Italian
warmth and fervor make themselves
felt in the simple and tender melody.
This is De Luca's first interpreta
tion of an Italian song in English.
Among the other records the Vic
tor company will offer for the
month are "Kiss Me Again," by Ma
bel Garrison; "Songs My Mother
Taught Me," on the violin, by Fritz
Kreisler; "My Irish Song of Songs,"
b John McCormack and many new
T. J. Shanahan Is Head of New
State Bank at Ralston, Neb.
The Citizens' State Bank of Ral
ston, Neb., was opened yesterday.
The directors of the new institution
are men prominent in banking and
business circles. T. J. Shanahan,
formerly president of the Papillion
bank, is president of the new insti
tution. J. J. Hibbler is vice presi
dent and John Mannhalter is cashier.
Three Alien Policemen
Ousted Under New Law
Three veteran oolicemen. one of
whom has been on1 the force for
more than 18 years, will be . ousted
from the force through tne new
law. which orohibits aliens from
serving as public ' officials. The
men are V. J. VODorie, a tsonemian;
Patrick Coffey, an Irishman, and
Joseph Berman, a Russian. v
Evaporated Apples and Dried Fruits.
New York, Feb. 24. Evaporated Ap
ple Quiet and firm; state, 17tt19e.
Prunes Scarce; Californlaa, 10fc4J18tte;
Oregons, 12 18 toe
Apricots Strong; choice. 25c; extra
choice, 25426c; fancy, ,2H27c.
Apricots Strong; choice, 26c; extra
choice, 25V426o; fancy, 26H270.
Peaches -r Quiet; choice. 1818Wc;
Raisins, steady; loose muscatels, 110
imc; choice to fancy seeded, 1114U12HC;
seedless, lli 12Ke.
Chicago, Feb. 14. Butter Market high
er: creamery, 40 54
Eggs Receipts, 10,978 cases; market
lower; firsts, 38c; ordinary firsts, 37$
37c; at mark, cases included, 3788o.
Potatoes Receipts, (6 cars; market low
er; Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota,
bulk, $1.60i61.66; sacks, I1.50C1.60.
Poultry Alive; market steady; springs,
30c; fowls, 10c.
New York Butter.
New. York, Feb. 24. Butter Firmer;
creamery higher than extras, 54 V, 55c:
creamery extras, 63 54c; firsts, 47
Eggs Irregular; fresh fathered extras,
43 43 He; fresh gathered regular packed
extra firsts, 42 ($42 He; do, firsts, 40 HO.
Cheese Firmer; state current make
specials. 31314c; do, average rap, lOo.
Kansaa Citj Produce.
Kanpas City, Mo.. Feb. 24. Butter
Creamery, 49c; firsts, 47c; seconds, 4Bo;
pggs-rUnchanged; firsts, 160.
Poultry Steady; hens, 27c; roosters, 17
021c; springs, 32c.
New York Cotton.
New York, Feb. 24. Cotton futures
closed steady; March, 22.38c; May, 21.72c;
July, 20.92c; October, 19.77c; December,
Spot Quiet; middling, J5.90e.
"COR the convenience of those who pay
income taxes, we have printed the new
The book is annotated and indexed. Those
affected by the provisions of the Act will
be furnished a copy upon request for OB-206
This is only a part of the service supplied
without charge to investors by ? he National
City Company. Its staff of tax experts is
at your service.
Tost Form 1040-A f plying It Mhiidual incomts f
15,000 m4 tmitr may lto bt neurit at ewr egu:
'Market and Industrial News of the Day
Omaha, Feb. 14.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Estimates Monday .. 9,000 18,000 14,600
Same day last week. $.169 10.110 1,768
Same two wka ago. 11.861 20.051 10,309
Same three wks ago. (.48$ 20,100 (.159
Same year ago 10.984 10,893 (.668
Receipt and disposition af live atock at
the Union Stock Yards, Omaha, Neb., tor
twenty-four hour ending at 1 o'clock p.
m., February 24, 1919.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Mulca
C. M. A St. P 16 24 1
Union Pacific (8 $3 17 1
C. N. W., east.... 35 13 1
C. A N. W., west 90 118 14 1
C, St. P., 31. ft O.. 43 41 4
C. B. A Q., west.... 88 64 16
C, R. I. A P., east,. 15 19 . .
C.. R. I. A P., west.. 1
Illinois Central 1 10
Chi. Gt Wes( 1
Total recelpta ....381 151
Morrta A Co 101 1,(42 1.211
Swlfl A Co 1,480 5,438 3.S87
Cudahy Park. Co. .. 885 5.325 2.617
Armour A Co 1,147 (.230 2,839
Soli wart a A Co 817 ....
J. W. Murphy 1,657 ....
Lincoln Pack. Co. .. 73
So. Omaha Pack. Co. ( .... ....
Hlgglns Pack. Co. . . 21
Hoffman Bros 35
John Roth & Sons... 13
Mayerowlch A Vail 33
P. O'Dea 24
Wilson A Co 11:'
V. W. Hill & Co. .. 82
F. P. Lewis 399
Huntxlnger & Oliver 00
J. B. Root A Co 261
J. H. Bulla HO
Rosenstock Bros. ... L!3
P. O. Kellogg M .... ....
Wertlielmer A Degen 135 .... , . .
Ellis & Co .'. 113
Sullivan Bros M
Mo.-Kan. C. A C. Co. 93
E. O. Christie :;0
Banner Bros 13
John Harvey 848
Jensen A Lundgren.. 89
Dennis & Francis ... 254
Cheek A Krebs ....
Cudahy, Sioux City.. 80
Other Buyers 1.66a .... 1,29b
Total $.251 26,003 10,850
Cattle Recelpta here included 9,000
head of cattle or around 360 cara. Trad
ing on the steers waa around a quarter
lower than! ast week's close with the best
handy weight grades selling at $16.50
17.25. Anything outsldo of the strictly
chbtce kinds were slow and unevenly low
er. Butcher stock opened 1525o lower
and after the early rounds trading became
very slow and bearish. Medium to plain
feeders were 16fi25o lower and good kinds
were all easier.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves, $17. 00'tf 18.20; fair to good beeves,
$15.00(916.75; common to fair beeves,
$13.50ii14.75; good to choice yearlings,
$14. 506 16.00; fair to good yearlings,
$11.60 14.25; common to air yearlings,
IX 50fi 13.00; good to choice heifers,
$13.6014.00; prime cows, $12.00j14.00;
good to choice cows, $10.50$12 .00; fair
to good cows, $8.2510.00; common to
fair cows. $6.26(8.00; choice to prime
feeders. $14.0015.76; good to choice
feeders, $11.50 -fi 13.76; medium to good
feeders, $10. 501) 11.50; good to choice
stockers, $10.0013.60; fair to good
stockers, $9.00 10.00: common to fair
stockers, $7.008.60; stock heifers, $7.50
9.00; stock cows, $7.008.0O; stock
calves, .0011.75; veal calves, $7.00 a'
1875; bulls, stags, eto, $9.26010.50.
Hogs There waa a heavy run of hogs
on today's market, 363 loads, estimated
around 26,000. Prices broke sharply this
morning on the heavy run, and while a
few of the early sales were not over 20c
lower, their bulk was probably 25o lower
than Saturday, and general market work
ed within a range that looked 20M0c
lower. Bulk of today's sales was $16.75
O17.10 and tops at $1',40.
Sheep Sixty-two loads of sheep and
lambs were scheduled to arrive here to
day, estimated at 14,600 head. The mar
ket was slow getting under way and
there waa a weaker tendency, at least on
tho fat lamb trade, ' probably steady to
16o lower catching most of the sales, fat
lambs selling mostly from $17.00 to
$17.60. A couple of loada of feeder sold
this morning at $16.60. Fat ewe were
selling from $11.25 to (11.63, generally
steady with last week.
Quotations on sheep: Lambs, good to
choice, $17.35 17.76; lambs, fair to good,
$16.7617.40; lamb feeders, $13.0016.50;
yearlings, good to choice, $13.604Jil5.00
yearlings, fair to good, $9.009.60; year
ting feeders, $9.50010.00; wethers, fat,
$12.0013.00; wether feeders, $8.50010.50;
ewes, good to choice, $11.00011.76; ewes,
fair to good, $9.00011.00; ewe feeders,
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Feb. 14. fUnlted States Bu
reau of Market.) 3attle Receipts, 25,
000 head; beet cattle and butcher cattle
and feeders, mostly 26c lower; calve and
cannere, steady; estimated tomorrow, 18,
000 head; day quotation unchanged.
Hogs Receipts, 61,000 head; market
fully 10O lower than Saturday's average;
estimated tomorrow $6,000 head; bulk of
sales, 117.5017.76; butchers, $17,650
17.80; light, $17.25017.60; packing, $16.76
017.60; throwouts, $ 1 5.76 4 16.76; pigs,
good to choice, $14.2501( 60.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 18,000 head;
fat lambs, generally steady; best here,
$18.40; sheep, yearlings and feeders,
strong: estimated tomorrow, 14,000 head;
day prices unchanged.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 14. Cattle
Receipts, 14.000; no southerns; steady to
10c lower; prime fed steers $18.0019.00;
westerns steers $12. 0017. 00; southern
steer nominally $7.00011 00; cows $8.00
13 00; heifers $8.60014 60; stockers and
feeder $8.0016.00; bull $7.60010.60;
Hogs Receipts, 17.000; steady to 10c
lower; bulk $17.00017.55; heavy $17.60(9
17.80; packers and butchers, $17.40(g)17.70;
lights, $18.90017.25; pigs $12.00016.00
Sheep Receipts 11,000; strong; lambs
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$17.76018 00: yearling $14.00016.00:
wothers $lJ.O031(v0; ewe $11.75913.00;
stockers and feeders, $10.00917.00.
St. Lonls IJv Stork.
St. Loul. Mo.. Feb. 14. Cattle Re
ceipts, $.100 head: market lower: native
beef steers, $11.(0(18.10; yearling steers
and heifers. $9.(0016.00; cows. $7,600
13 50; stockers and feeders, $10.00013 60:
fair to prime southern beef steers, $10,000
18.00; beef cowa and heifers, $7. 60 8 15. 00;
canners nnd cutlers. $5.(007-36; native
Hogs Receipts. 21.400 head; market
10c to 15c lowr; lights, $17.30017.78;
pigs, $13.50016.00; mixed and butchers.
117.2518.10; good heavy, $17.83018.15;
bulk, $17.36017 95.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts; 1,800 hsad;
market steady; lambs, $17. 90O18. 10; ewes.
$10.60$11.25; canners and cutters, $5,000
Slonx City Live Stock.
Sloug City. la., Feb. 14. Cattle Re
ceipts, 4,700 head; market lower; beef
steers, $9 50016.60; fat cows and halfera,
$7.00011. 76; canners, $5.6006.76; stock
ers and feeders, $9.00013.00; feeding
cows and heifers, $6.o0if 9.50.
Hogs Receipts. 19,000 head; market 16
to 20 cents lower; light, $16.50(n)17.00;
mixed, $1(90017.15: heavy, $17.00617.26;
bulk ot aale. $16.76017.15.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,(00 head;
St. Joseph Lira Stock,
St. Joseph, Mo., Feb. 24. Cattle Re.
celpts, 5,000 head: market, lower; ateers,
$12.00017.76; rows and heifers, $5,260
15.00; calves, $7.00015.50.
Hogs Receipts, 16,000 hasd; market,
lower; top $17.46; bulk or sales, $16.7(0
Sheep Receipts, (.000 head: market,
slow and lower; lambs, $16.00017.75; ewes,
Omaha, Feb. 24, 1919.
Grain receipts today, repreaentlng a
total of three daya' run (Saturday being a
holiday) were light with 66 cars of wheat,
99 cars of corn, 71 cara ot oat, 10 cars of
rye and ( cara of barley.
There was generally a fair demand for
corn offertnga with prices 1 to 1 cents
higher. Yellow sold more readily than
mixed. Oata were 14 to hi cent off. Rye
was 1 cents up and barley 1 cent higher.
Wheat prloea generally were firm with No.
2 hard bringing a cent advance.
OMAHA FUTURE MARKET.
Open. I High. Low. Close. ) Yes'y.
Corn I I
Feb .1 1.10 1.80 I
Mar. v 1.29 1.28
May 1.24 1.24
Feb .(8 8, .69
Mar 69 .69
May 694 ,59H
OMAHA GRAIN MOVEMENT.
Receipts Today. Wk. Ago. Yr. Ago.
Wheat 63 23 13
Corn 99 102 6
Oats 71 71 (0
Rye 10 2 1
Barley ( 4
Wheat 11 1 ,(
Corn 98 35 260
Oata 66 41 27
Rye 7 0
Barley i T 19 1
RECEIPTS IN OTHE1
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago .. 61 77 78
Kansaa City 95 $3 44
St. Louis 66 156 118
Corn No. I white: 1 car, $1.28. No. 5
white: 1 car. $1.22. No. 8 yellow: 1 car,
$1.32; $ cars, $1.31; 1 car, $1.30. No. 4
yellow: 1 car, $1.32 (old); 1 car, $1.29; 3
cars, $1.37 (shipper's weight); 11 cars,
$1.27; 3 cars, $1.20. No. ( yellow: 1 cars.
$1.24; 3 ears, $1.23; 1 car, $1.22. No. 8
yellow:. 1 car. $1.21; 1 cars, $1.30. Sam
ple yellow: 1 car, $1.18: 1 car. $1.15. No. 2
mixed: 1 car, $1.30. No. 4 mixed: 1 car.
$1.27 (old): 3 cars. $1.24; 3 cars. $1.23.
No. ( mixed: 2 cars, $1.21; 1 cars, $1.20.
No. 6 mixed: 1 car, $1.18. Sample mixed:
1 car. $1.27 (old); 1 car, $1.19; 1 car, $1.18.
Oats No. 1 white. 1 car, 60c (shipper's
weight) No. 4 white, i cars, 68c.
Rye No. 1, 1 1-3 cars, $1.30. No. 4. 1
csr. $1.28. '.
Barley No. 1, 1 car 18c. No. 4, 1 car
86c. Sample, 1 car, 87c
Wheat No. 2 hard. 1 cars. $2.24; 1 ear.
$3.23. No. 1 hard, 1 car, $2.20; 1 car,
$2.18; 1 car, $2.19 (smutty); 1 car, $2.17
(smutty); 1 car. $2.16 (smutty.) No. 4
hard, 1 car, $2.18: 1 car, $2.18; 1-6 car,
hard, 1 car, $2.1S;:)oN78 14 , i ,
$2.12 (smutty.) No. 1 spring, 1 car, $2.19;
3-5 car, $2.18. No. 3 spring, 1 car, $2.13
(smutty.) No. 2 Mixed, 1 cars, $2.21. No. S
mixed, 1 car, $2.01 (durum); 1 car, $2.02
(smutty); 1-1 car, $1.90 (smutty.) No. 4
mixed. 2-1 car, $2 10 (smutty) No. 6
mixed, 1 car, $2.06 (smutty.) Sample
mixed, 1 car, $1.32 (smutty.)
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, Feb. 34. Corn averaged in price
today owing chiefly to the acantlnes of
the crop movement and to prediction of
unsettled weather. The market closed un
settled, 1 cent off to 1 cent up, with May,
$1.2414 to $1.14 and July, $1.194 to
$1.19H. Oats finished o down to a like
advance. Provisions gained 20 to 87c.
In the corn pit the central fact appear
ed to be that rural' holders gave no evi
dence of being more inclined to sell, and
that on the contrary corn was still being
fed freely on the farma. Besides, ad
vices indicated that country roads were
for the most part In bad condition with
no Immediate prospect of Improvement
Reports that labor trouble In Argentina
had not yet been settled tended likewise
to emphasize bullish sentiment. On the
other hand, shipping demand from the
east was slow, and there waa considerable
uncertainty as to whether the present min
imum level of values for hoga would re
main In force during March. Neverthe
less, all deliveries except February fin
ished higher than Saturday's close.
Oat were auatalned by an Important de
crease of the visible supply total.
In the provision market the stimulus
of huge exports, together with corn
strength, operated as more than an effect
for big receipt of hogs.
Corn No. 3 yellow, $1.30 01.1114: No.
4 yellow, $1.2O1.30; No. ( yellow, $1,260
Oats No. 3 white, (7ttOSttc; standard,
89 0 6014c '
Rye No. 1, $1.3801-40.
Barley 88 097c.
Timothy $7.00 010.00.
Chicago closing price, furnished The
Bee by Logan A Bryan, tock and grain
broker. 31( South Sixteenth treet, Oma
Art. ")Open. High. Low"! Close. YeB'y.
Mar. 1.104 1.31 1.30 1.11 1.804
May 1.14V4 1.2514 1.234 1.24 1.23
July 1.19 1.2014 1.18 1.19 1.18
IMar. .69 .69 .(8 .( .(9
May .(9 .60 .69 .69 .69
July .68 .(8 .(7 .(6 .68
May 40.90 42.00 40.90 42.00 41.12
July 38.7S 39.00 38.65 39.00 38.60
May 25.40 25.75 25.10 25.71 26.35
July 24.40 24.75 24.30 24.75 24.40
May 22.87 23 25 21.17 23.25 28.08
July 21.80 22.28 21.80 22.25 21.90
Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. 14. Barley
Rye No. I, $1. 3601.36
Oata 6667 e.
Kansaa City Grain. 1
Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 14. Corn Feb
ruary, $1.30; March. $1.15O110; May,
$1.179L27; July. $1.231i 1.23.
6$. loul Grain.
St Louis. Mo., Feb. 14. Corn March,
$1.33; May, $1.18.
Oata March, 60c; May, 60o.
Turpentine nnd Bosla.
Savannah, Ga., Feb. 14. Turpentine-
Dull, 65c: sales none; receipts, 33 bis.;
shipment. 8r bbls. ; atock, 30.625 bbl.
Rosin Inactive; sales, none; receipt,
103 bbls; shipments, 113 bbls; stock. 71,
Quote: B, $13.10; D, E. $13.18; F, (13.20;
G, $13.26: II. $13.(0; I. $13.(5: K, $16.76;
M. 116.25; N WO, $16.30; WW. $14.76
New York Cotton rot ores.
New York, Feb. ?4. Cotton futures
opened steady; March, 23.12c; May,
22.12c: July, 21.39o; October, 10.30c; De
cember, 20 0oa
New York. Feb. 14. The moot popular
reasons for the further general advance of
prloea In the stock market today were
the several Indications ot a restoration, In
part at least, of puhlle confidence.
The accession seemed to be founded
largely on the decision of the government
to Issue short term notes Instead of a
long time bond loan, and better trade re
ports. Apart from these developments It has
become Increasingly evident that conserva
tive as well aa speculative Interests have
discounted msny of the factors which
contributed to the depression of recent
Most of the stocks which forced laat
week's market to higher levels were again
to the fore today, notably rubbers, motors.
oils, tobaccos and numerous equipments
Of these the outstanding feature were
Kelly Springfield Tire .Goodrich, V. 8
Rubber and General Motors at gross gains
of 1 to $ points; Mexlran Petroleum 8
points, Sumatra Tobacco 0 and Baldwin
Locomotive 4, the latter scoring moat ot
Its advance In the final hour, when prlcea
in general were reacting 1 to 1 points.
The demand for rails was the most var
ied of any recent period, Canadian Pacific
leading at a gain of 3. other PacKtus.
also grangers and eastern Issues rising 1
to 2 points. The moderate reversal at tha
close wat primarily due to the rise In call
money to 7 por cent for mixed collateral.
Sales amounted to 900,000 shares, a record
so far thl yer. Liberty bonds were ac
tive and strong, foreign issues aun ana
the general railway and Industrial list Ir
regular, Virginia 61 losing 1 per cent
Total sales (par value laggregated $11.
276.000. Old U. S. bonds unchanged on
Sales and closing price on leading
Bales. High. Low. Close.
Am. Beet Sugar.. $.100 Jl 70 70
American Can .. 8,800 46 45 46
Am. C. A F 8.900 (1 0.0 91
Am. Locomotive . 7.600 65 64 64
Am. Smt. A Ref., 12,400 6S 60 67
Am. Sug. Ref... 8.900 121 lit IJO-s)
Am. Tel. A Tel.,. 1,000 105 104 105
Am. Zinc. L. A 8. 300 13 11 111
Anaconda Cop. .. 8,900 60 69 (9
Atchison 600 92 92 92
A O. A W.I.S.SL. 1,400 99 9$ 98
Baltimore A Ohio 1,400 41 48 4
Butte A Sun. Coo 18
California Pet .. (,200 18 17 17
Canadian Pactflo. 1,900 164 161 163
Central Leather.. 1,400 (3 $2 83
Cheap. A Ohio.... 1.800 61 (6 68.
C, M. A St P... 4,300 17 18 16
Chi. A North. ... 300 96 95 95
C, R. I. A P. ctf 7,000 26 14 25
Cblnp Copper ... 1,300 84 88 13
Colo.' Fuel A Iron 900 18 37 18
Corn Pro. Ref.... (,600 48 47 47
Crucible Steel ...14.800 60 68 60
Cuba Cane Sugar. 1,(00 13 11 124
Distiller's Seo. ... (,00 r.8
Erie 1,200 17 16 17 I
General Electrio 16(
General Motor .14,800 144 141 143
Ot Northern pfd. 1,100 88 91 93
Gt. Nor. Ore ctfs.6,600 4014 S8i ,19
Illinois Central .. 200 96 96 96
Insp. Copper 8,000 45 44 44
Int Mr. Msr. pw.3o.800 ion 10 i"i
Int. Nlcket 2.600 27 36 26
Int. Paoer 19.800 48 48 46
Kan. City South.. 1,800 11 It 19
Kennecott Cop. .. so 1
Louis. A Nash 118
Maxwell Motor.. 1,200 83 18 38
Mexican Pet ....41,100 184 180 180
Miami Copper ... 1,600 22 22 22
Missouri Fac. ... (,000 25 25 25H
N. Y. Central... 1,300 75 74 76
N. Y..N.H.&H. .. 3,800 29 28 28
Norfolk A West 107
Northern Pacific. 1.600 93 93 92
Pacific Mail 1,100 83 31 31
Pacific Tel. A Tel 200 24 23 24
Pennsylvania .... 3.700 44 44 44
Pittsburgh Coal . 1,100 47 46 47
Ray Coil Copper 1,700 30 19 39
Reading .11.700 83 81 81
Rep. Int. A StI.. 4,200 77 76 76
Shat. Arts. Cop. . 400 10 10 10
South. Pacific ...17,100 103 103 10I
South. Railway ..12,600 28 17 28
Stu. Corp 10,300 66 (4 56
Texas Co. (,600 196 193 193
Union Paclflo .. 8,700 131 130 130
V. 8. Ind. Alco.... 6.90O 113 110 110
U. 8. Steel 85,100 95 94 94
V. S. Steel pfd... 400 114 114 114
rtah Copper 8,700 68 67 68
Wab. pfd "B". . . 1,200 10 10 10
Western Union... 700 17 87 87
West. Electric .. 1,700 44 43 43
Bethelehem 11,700 (3 63 3
Total sales for the day, $00,00$ share.
New Tork Bond.
C. S. 2s. reg.. 97Gt. N. 1st 4s.. 8S
U. S. 2s, coup.. 87 I. C. ref. 4s.... 81
V. S. 3s, eon.. 89 Int. M. M. 6s.. 98
U. S. 3s, coup. 99 K. C. S. ref... 84
U. S. Lib. 8 88.62L. A N. on. 4.. 85
U. S. 4s, rg...l04M K A T 1st 4s 64
U. S. 4s, coupon 104 Mo. Pac. gen. 4s 62
Am. For. Sec 5s 99 Mont, power 6s 97 1
Am T A T 0 6s 91N. Y. C. deb. 6 99
Anglo-French 6 97N. Paclflo 4s.. 84
Arm. A Co. 4s 97N. Pacific 3s... 89
Atchison gen. 4s 82o. 8. L. ref. 4 81
B. A O. cv. 4s 73 Pac. T. A T. 6s 93
Beth 8teel r. 6s 88Penn. con. 4a 94)
Cen. Leather (s 98 Penn. gen. 4s 88
Cen. Pac. 1st.. 79ReadIng gen. 4a 85
C. & O. cv. 6s.. 85S L A S F a (s 84
C B A Q joint 4s 96S. P. cv. ( 103
C M & S P e 4a 78S. Railway (.. 95
C R 1 A P ref 4a 73T. A P. 1st 10
CAS ref. 4 78 'Union Pao. 4 86
D & R Q ref (s 50 u. h. KUDoer os ss'4
D of C 6s (1931) 97U. S. Steel (s.. 100
Erie gen. es. . (8 Wabash 1st.... 96
Gen. F,lectrle ( !7French ( 105 $-16
New Tork Sngar.
New York, Feb. 14. Sugar Raw,
steady; centrifugal, 7.28c; refined, steady;
cut loaf, 10.60c; crushed, 10.25c: mould A,
9.60c; cube, a .7oc; powdered, p. 100
1.20c; fine granulated and Rlamond
A, 9.00c; confectloneera A, $ 90c; No. 1,
A. K. FOTHERINGHAM,
Certified Public Accountant
R. C. BOOKWALTER,
Certified Public Accountant
Costs System Finance
Bee Building, Rooms 526 to 530
Phone Tyler 3066
HENRY B. ALLEN
Formerly Deputy Collector, Income Tax Inspector and Internal
' Revenue Agent, U. S. Treasury Dept.
Analysis and Compilation of
Income Tax Returns
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Short Term Notes
Quotations through the National Cits
company, First National Bank Building
Amsr. Tel. A T. Co. (a (111$). lot )01
Amer. Tobacco 7a (1931) ,,,.109 101
Amer. Tobacco 7s. (1$3I) ...102 J 01'.
Amar. Tobacco fa, (1933) 101 104
Arm. A Co., Con. D (1(19). 100 100
Arm. A Co. Coa. D Is, (120). 100 100
Arm. A Co. Con. D. (s, (1921). 100 101
Arm. A Co. Con. D. 6s, (1924). 100 101
Bethle. Steel Co. 7s, (1919). .100 100
Behle. Steel Co. Is. (1938). 101 101
Bethle, i Steel Co. 7s, (1913). lot 101V.
British ( (191$) 100 10ns,
British (s, (1(31) l $
Central Argentine C, s (1927) 89 11
C. B. A Q. Joint 4s. (1931).. 96 96
Chic. A Wsst. Ind. s, (1911)
City of Pari 6, (1921) .... $ 100
Cudahy Pack. Co. 7. (1923). 101 103
Delaware A Hudson (s, (1110) (8 99
Fed. Farm Loan 4a (1937). 100 100
Fed. Farm Loan 8 (1938). 101 10S.
General Electrio 6s, (1910). 100 100
lnterboro R. T. 7. (1920) .... 91 t
Llgget A Myere . (1921). .. .100 100
Tlmken De. Axla 7 (1920). 100 101
Union Paclflo (1928) 104 104 14
U. 8. Liberty 8 $ $.7o
IT. 8. Liberty 1st 4 18-60 91.70
V. S. Liberty 2d 4 MM 18-46
U. 8. Liberty 1st 4 $6 30 5.4t
V. S. Liberty Id 4 94.14 94.2J
U. S .Liberty $d 4 -4$ $6.66
U. S. Liberty 4th 4 $ $$ $
New Tork Money,
New York. Feb. 14. Mercantile Paper
(0$ P"f cent
Sterling Sixty-day bills, $4.73; com
mercial 60-day bills on banks, $4 73; com
mercial 60-day bill. $4.72) demand.
France Demand, (.4( icables, $(.45.
Guilders Demand, 41c; cables, 41c.
Lire Demand, (6.36; cables, $8.17.
Mexican Dollars 77.
Tims Loans Strong; 60 to It days,
(06; six months, (0$-
Xew Tork Metals.
New Tork. Feb. 14. Copper Nominal;
Iron Nominal; No. 1 northern and No.
1 southern, $34.00037.00: No, I northern
and No. 1 southern, $33.26086.36.
Lead Firm; spot and February, $1.10
Spelter Firm; East St Loul delivery,
spot and February, $6.8006.40.
Wholesale Beef Price.
Wholesale price of beet eut effective
February 14 are aa follows:
'No. 1 loins, 13o; No. 1 loin, !c:
No. 1 ribs, 16c; No. t ribs, 10o; No. 1
rounds, 17c; No, 1 rounds, !3o; No. 2
chucks, 13c; No. 1 chucks, 17e; No, 2
plates, c; No. 1 plates. llo.
liberty Bond Quotations.
New Tork, Fb. 14.Flnal price en Lib
erty bond today were: la, 96.61; first 4s.
93.60; second 4s, 91.41; first 4, 96.80,
second 4 s, (4.26; third 4s, 96.60;
fourth 4s, 14 28.
We Are Back
to Civil Life
And your money has a
chance to earn you sub
stantial dividends and
the possibility of more.
Our circular offerinfe
Gooch Food Products
Company 7 Stock
with Common bonus
explains in detail. May
we send you a copy?
Money to Loan
Improved City Property
Frank H. Binder
823 City Nat Bk. Bid?.
W. M. MANNING, I ,
Certified Public Accountant
G. W. WOOD,
Certified Public Accountant
Phone Tyler 4060.
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