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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1919. '
Real Estate, Loans and Mortgages.
CONVERT that Installment loan on jour
bom Into a strata-tit five-year mortface
and avoid those monthly payments.
B. H. LOUUEE. INC.. 638 Keellne BMt,
WE ar looking; for someone to Inveat In
catabllahed and (rowing business. In
vestment will (row with business. Box
MONEY to land on Improved Real Fatal,
interest payabla semi-annually. W. H
THOMAS A 8QN. 218 Keellne Bldg
CITT and farm loana: 64 and 6 per cent;
no delay. J. H. Dumont A Co.. 41 S
LOW ratea without delay.
C. O. CARLBERQ,
813 Brandela Theater Bids;.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB FARMS
- O KEEFK REAL ESTATE CO.
10l Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 2716.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
W. 8. FRANK,
lot Neville Blk.
320 ACRES near Elizabeth, Colo., new slx
roora bungalow with bathroom, large
barn. 30 acres alfalfa. 160 In cropa; wall,
sprtnes and timber; fine dairy country;
35 mile S. E. of Denver; cropa to buyer.
Easy terms. J. B. Hanaen, 314 Wilkin
aon Bid-., Omaha.
V.RITK me for Hat and beat price and
terma of Eastern Colorado landa. Have
large Hat of Cheyenne. Kiowa and Kit
Caraon countlea. Would also Ilka to
bear (rim dealera and agents.
A. N. MITCHEM,
308 Oaa s Elec. BIdK.. Denvei Colo.
10.01.' ACRES choice raw. or Improved Lin-
vv, , v. u. . V.UIU, I a 11 w n. . a I g a 1 1 1 tunmj
terms Se J L. Maiirer. Arrlh. Colo
ALL MOOSE! and (heir families and
friend are Invited to attend the an
nual picnic of Council Bluffs lodge No.
163, at Lake Manawa, June 39. De
lightful program has been arranged.
- Bring your lunch and spend the day
We have the elgnatura that means
tnoney to you If you get busy Inside of
ten daya from date. LISTEN. Mobbed
t and ordered out of the country.
Wa have hia holdings of ' twelve
hundred acres of beautiful land, every
ere tillable, and best of soil. Th
cream of southeastern Minnesota
located twenty-five miles north of the
Iowa line, seventy-two miles south of
the Twin Cities In a sura cropping
There are 6 fin sets of building on
this land that you would be proud of.
Close to good up-to-date towns, achoola
and churches. Write today for price and
terma. Address box K 87, Omaha Be.
340-ACRE Improved farm 60 miles from
Minneapolis, one-half under cultivation:
balance meadow and pasture land, no
Wast land; 4-room house, corn-crib,
granary, barn that will hold 30 bead
ot cattle and six horses, hoghouaa and
chicken house, good well of water. Price
317.60 per acre, 33.000 cash, balance five
year. 6 per cent. Schwab Broa.. 1028
Plymouth Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
: t.OOO acres all under fence, abundance)
of water, six mile from railroad, lo
cated In Dent county, Missouri; now
pasturing 800 cattle; 1,000.000 mining
prop on land, Price, 36 per acre term
If desired. F. E. Denlson, Rolla. Mo.
JORDAN VALLEY, Oregon, offer you a
home In the land of sunshine, where
condition are right for raising; alfalfa
and cattle. Address, Jordan Valley
Farms. Boise Idaho.
WHEATLAND Wyoming farms, $50 per
A Including paid up water right. Henry
Levi St C. M. Rylander. 864 Omaha Nat.
160 ACRES 6 mltea from Falrbury, with
' following Improvements and equipment,
at a sacrifice price: 120 acre under
cultivation, with corn, wheat, oats, bar
ley and alfalfa; about 40 acre pasture,
nearly all tillable; lays high and slightly
rolling; 5-room house, granary, atable
for 8 head; chicken house, garage, wash
house, engine to pump, all cemented
floors and well base; new well tower
aid mill; new Fordson tractor; Dodge
touring car, plow, harrow, disc, lister,
cultivator, mower, rake and two sets
double harness; 30 head of hogs. 5
horses, 2 cow. 300 chickens. Owner
bought this place for hla son, who now
wishes to give up farming and will sell
the entire farm, with Improvements.
tock and-equipment, at the ridiculous
price of $21,700. or $17,200 for land and
buildings, cash above $4,700 loan. This
'. land is worth easily $160 and up. Place
1 under cultivation and owner will give
Immediate possession with thl year'a
, crops at above figure. See ua lmmedi-
WATSON & BRENAN,
- i "Real Reliable Realty"
Tyler 4506. 644 World-Herald Bldg.
3J0-ACRE well Improved farm, all good
(40-acra deeded, 3.000-acre leased, Im
' proved, running ranch, running water.
Plenty or nay, .ao per acre, xur uwu
CHAPEK, Brandel Theater Bldg., Omaha
FOR BALE 640 acre gool land, aeirly
al can f farmed; 260 cultivated; good
buildings; good well and mill; 100 acres
on bottom; all fenced and crossed: good
-orchard: i milea from Trenton. Neb
Price, $35 per acr. Terms, one-third
cash, balance ( per cent This la a fine
farm. Writ or wire, W. W. Randall
Real Estate. Trenton. Neb.
IF YOU wish to buy, sell or exchange
astern Nebraaka farm landa, call flrat
on Paul Pcteraon, 864 Brandel theater.
I offer farm loans lowest ratea, beat
10 ACRES adjoining Lexington, Neb.; fair
Improvements; all under Irrigation and
In sugar beet thl year. A dandy little
place. Price $3,000. Will give the beat
of term. Aggress umana cw,
KIMBALL County, Neb., Laramie county
Wyoming, farm land; particular from
' C. V. NELSON,
": - 610 Omaha Natl Bank Bldg.
WRITH me for pictures and prices of my
farms and ranches In good o'd Dawes
county. A rah L. Hungerford, Crawford,
FOR Western Nebraaka and Eastern Colo
rado landa see
HELD LAND CO..
v - 864 Brandel Blflg.
IMPROVED and unimproved wheat farms,
Kimball county. Neb. R. E. Holmes,
- FOR NEBRASKA LANDS SEE
A. A. PATZMAN.
$01 Karbach Blk- Tyler H4.
MERRICK COUNTY, Improved corn and
alfalfa farms at the right price. M. A
LARSON. Central City. Neb.
SHEDD INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Railway Exchange, Omaha. D. 4264
FARM LANDS WANTED.
WE will sell your farm; timely sales,
quick returns. Held Land Co, 684
: FINE SHAPE, PRICED RIGHT.
ALSO OTHER BARGAINS
IN FORD TOURING CARS.
NEW OR USED CARS.
CASH OR TERMS.
. McCaffrey Motor Co.,
THE HANDY FORD SERVICE
1STH AND JACKSON. DOUG. $600.
RENT A NEW FORD
DRIVE IT YOURSELF
1$ CENTS PER MILE.
TOO ARE COVERED BY INSUR
ANCE AGAINST LIABILITY RESULT
ING "FROM ACCIDENT,
it NEW 11 MODEL FORD CARS.
FORD DELIVERY CO.
DOUG. $622. 1314 HOWARD.
I Oldsmobll tracks. 1 too.... $300.00
. 1 Maxwell sedan, 1117 300.00
1 Bulck sedsn 360.0
: 1 Overland, touring, 1816 400.00
1 Mitchell roadster, 1817 300.00
1 Hupp-20 roadster, a snap 160.00
1811 Davenport St Phone D. 1241.
Auto Repair Shop for sal or trad.
Lot of Anto Parte and Supplies.
1611 Davenport St. '
KXPSRT Repairing Guaranteed . service.
TOURING 1 0n PER
CARS FOR ALL OCCASIONS.
Melcher Service Co.,
1516 LEAVENWORTH. DOUG. 4888.
SEE THESE ROADSTERS
17 Chandler six.
Two 18 Dodges, like new.
1816 Dodge, extra good.
1818 Chevrolet, "49n."
Touring care from 1180 up.
TRAWVER AUTO CO.,
PROMPT DELIVERY ON ALL
NEBRASKA WHITE CO.
FRED C. ROGERS, Mgr.. Tyler 1767.
1407-21 Capital Avenue.
MBEKS AUTO CO.
Used cars bought, sold and exchanged.
We buy for cash and sell on time. Full
line to select from. Middle State Oarage.
2036-8 Farnam St. Doug. 4101.
WANTED FOR SPOT CASH.-100 USED
CARS; quick action; no delay. Auto Eg.
change Co. 3068 Farnam St. D. 6036.
FoRD MARKET, 8230 Farnam. Used
Ford Time. cash. Lloerty bond new
NEW and used Ford bodies for sal Get
our price. O'Rourke-Goldstrom Auto
Co.. 3701 South 24th St.. O-nsha.
A. LEE A COMPANY.
Expert automobile washers, slmonyers and
polisher; all work guaranteed. 2 a ) 7
N 18th St. Victor Garace. Ph. Web. 307.
USED CARS AND TRUCKS
AT BARGAIN PP.ICES.
STANDARD MOTOR CAR CO.
2020 Farnam St Omaha, Nib.
Used car of exceptional value.
GUY L. SMITH,
2563 Farnam St.
NEB. BUICK AUTO CO.,
19th and Howard Sts. Tyler 176$
$100 Reward for any magneto we can't re
pair. Sole mnfra, of new self -spacing af
finity spark plug. Bsysdorfer. 310 N 18tb
FOR TERMS ON USED CARS
. VAN BRUNT'S
' Look for the red seal on wind shield.
THE DIXIE FLYER.
W R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY.
2620 Farnam St
AUTOMOBILE electrical repair; service
station for Rayfleld carburetors and
Columbia storage batterlee. Edwards.
BARGAIN IN USED CARS.
McCaffrey Motor Co.
16th A Jackson. Ford Agents. D. $500.
VULCANIZER and retreader for sale; lat-
est model; reasonable. Tyler 3044.
PATdE TOURING, 4 cylinder, Ih good con-
anion, tjoirnx tuau.
OAKLAND, Sensible Six.
MARSH OAKLAND CO.
2300 Farnam St.
SIX-CYLINDER roadster for sale. First,
class condition. Very clasay. Red 6081.
402 North Sixteenth St.
USED cars of all kinds; prices right;
United Auto Parts Co. Used Car D
partment. 2038 Farnam.
GOOD USED CARS.
GUY L. 8MITH.
Northwest Corner of Harney and 1 9th Sts.
1. DESCRIPTION: 87 feet frontage on Harney Street and 83 feet frontage on
19th Street. (By error previously stated about 72 feet on 19th Street)
. 2. IMPROVEMENTS: 3 story modern brick building; well constructed, hav
ing 5 store rooms on the ground floor and 60 rooms on the second and third floors,
occupied now as the Elms and formerly as the Vincent The building was built about
3. REVENUE: The building now rents for about $700.00. a month. With a
comparatively slight investment for. alterations and improvements, the revenue from
the property (tan be approximately doubled or trebled.
4. LOCATION: This property is in the most valuable down town district.
Across the street to the south is the 8-story Grain Exchange Building. Two blocks
east is the old Boyd theater, about to be torn down and an 8-story modern building
erected by Burgess-Nash Company. This property lies in the same block as the New
Sanf ord Hotel. About one-half block north is Farnam street. A block further north
on 19th street are the new Telephone Building and the new Masonic Temple.
5. THE FUTURE: This property lies in the most rapidly developing and valr
ue-increasing district in Omaha and will undoubtedly double in value within the next
3 to S years and the improvements on the property will carry the investment.
6. TIME OF SALE: . July 8, 1919, 10 o'clock A. M.
7. PLACE OF SALE: The east front door of the Douglas County Court House
in Omaha, by the sheriff of Douglas County.
Inquire of Byron G. Burbank and James H. Adams, Attorneys.
No. 1 of a series of statements
showing; why so many men are
Investing: in Omaha Real Estate.
No more of it
NateE. E. Peake,
in a speech to the
have that opinion.
Omaha. Xeth, $J. S. A.
Cars for Hire.
FORDS AND LARGE CARS FOR HIRE.
Drive yourself; at very reasonable
price; no extras to pay. Nebraska
Service Garage, 19th and Farnaiiu
TWO automobiles for sole or exchange. C.
J. Canan. 305 McCague Bldg.
Tires and Supplies.
Tires at Half Price
We make them good aa new. New
ribbed tread. Non
Plain. Ribbed. skid.
30x3 ....$8.50 10.00 11.00
J0x3tf 10.60 11.60 13.00
32xSfc 13.60 13.50 J4.60
33x4 16.00 17.25 19.60
34x4 17.00 17.60 20.15
$2x4 15.00 16.60 18.00
GUARANTEED 3,600 MILES.
' i BEST ON THE MARKET. t
2-in-l Vulcanizing Co.,
Douglas 1241. 1616 Davenport St.
WE will ship, subject to examination, out
3,600-mile guaranteed tlrea at these
30x3 $7.80 $ 9 $0
80x$u 8.95 1190
llxiW 10.50 12.60
34x4 12.00 14.75
Express prepaid when cash accompanies
Standard Tire Co.,
419 North 16th Bt. Phone Douglas 3830
NEW TIRES, 1-2 PRICE.
Firestone, Congress. Lee Pullman, flak.
Write for prices Mention slie.
KAIMAN TIRE JOBBERS. 3010 Farnam.
BARGAINS IN TIRES.
New, used and seconds, all sizes
Omaha Radiator A Tire Co. 1818 Cum
ing St. Tyler 917.
NEW AND USED TIRE BARGAINS.
SEE US FIRST AND SAVE MONEY
FARNAM TIRE AND RUBBER CO.,
H. 678. 2914 FARNAM ST.
NO need tor ateam soaked carcasses. We
retiead and rebuild tires by Dry-Cure
process. Ideal Tire Service. 2576 Har
GAIN more miles; have your ilres re
treaded by O. A G. Tire Co.
3415 Leavenworth. Tyler 1261-W
Repairing ana Painting.
RADIATOR CORES INSTALLED
Manufactured In Omaha, 24-hour
service for Auto, Truck A Tractor. Ex
pert radiator and fender repairing.
Body Dent removed. New fenders ma It.
OMAHA RADIATOR MFG. CO.
1619 Cuming St. Tyler 917.
r. P. BARNUM CO.. 3138 Cuming. Doug
la 8044. High grade automobile painting.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
BARLEY - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES
' Bargain In used machine. Victor H.
Roos, the Motorcycle man. $7tb and
THE SALVATION Army Industrial horn
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. We collect. We distribute.
Phone Doug. 4135 and our wagon will
call. Call and inspect our new home.
1110-1112-1114 Dodge St.
WAN! ED Address of H. E. (Jack)
Whl! pa Write Fred W. Thompson, 24tb
and N, Singer block, third floor, Omaha.
GRADUATE nurse will give Swedish mas
sag at your home or do nursing by the
hour. Walnut 1806.
of Real Estate is limited.
will be manufactured.
make Real Estate a desirable
AN INVESTMENT WHICH IS SAFE, PAYS
A GOOD INCOME, AND INCREASES IN
" VALUE, IS A DESDHABLE INVESTMENT.
AN INVESTMENT IlJ OMAHA REAL ES
TATE HAS ALL THESE ADVANTAGES.
This statement No. 1 gives some of the many reasons
why it is safe:
(s) First of all,, it can't be destroyed, and there will
never be any more of it.
(b) Omaha Real Estate is part of Omaha, and there is
no more prosperous city in the United States than Omaha.
(c) Every business man who is. working for the success
.of his own business, is working indirectly for Omaha Real
(d) The "demand for it is growing, because more people
are coming to Omaha every day to get it.
(e) There is not, and never was, a banker on earth who
would not and will not accept Real Estate as gilt-edged
security for loans.
An Example A Twenty-fourth street property between
Farnam and Leayenworth three years ago cost the owner
$75,000. Now paying over 5 per cent net on $100,000, and
the owner will not sell it for $100,000.
big Realtor of Kansas City, one of Omaha's rival cities,
Omaha Real Estate Jfrard Jane 5, said Omaha will have
in ten years, He's one of many conservative men who
OMAHA SEAL ESTATE BOARD.
New York Money.
New York, June 25. Mercantile Paper
Unchanged; sterling iO-day bills, $4.66 Ut
commercial 60-day bills on banks, $4.56;
commercial 60-day bills, $4.55; demand,
$4.68 : cables, H.S9H.
Guilders Demand, cables,
Francs Demand. $6.46; cables. $6.14.
Lire Demand, $8.00; cables, $7.88.
Loans Time, strong, unchanged.
Money Call, strong; high, 15; low, T;
ruling rate, 7; closing bid, 6; offered at
10; last loan, 8.
liberty Bond Prims.
New York, June 25. Liberty bond prices
at 11 a. ra. were: 3Vi's 99.28; first 4's,
94.80; second 4's, 93.90: first 4Vs, 96.40;
second 4 V. 94.18: third 4 Vs. 95.12;
fourth 4 '4 'a. 94.18; Victory $V. 100.04;
Victory 4V. 89.86. t
Liberty bond final prices today were:
34s, 99.28; first 4s, 96.00; second 4s,
84.00; first 4 i4a. 65.40; second 4H. $4.35;
third 4V4s. 95.12; fourth 414s, 94.22; Vic
tory 3s. 100.02; Victory 4, 99.88.
New York Dry Good.
New York, June 25. Cotton good to
day were active, with sales In smaller
lota at higher prices. Yarns were quiet
and steady. Hosiery was active, with
white lines very scarce and staples well
sold. Burlaps were firm.
Morses Live Stock Vehiclet.
The D. C. Gallup Horse snd Mule '
after June 16th will change their auction
days from Wednesdays, to Monday and
Tuesdays. Auction the 2d and ttn
Monday and Tuesday of each month.
Buy on BIrdfcaver, Profit Sharing Plan,
Phone Web. 2884. O. S. Pettla, Agent.
Harness. 8addles and Trunka
We Mnke Them Ouraelvea.
ALFRED CORNISH A CO. 1210 Farnam
FIRST 3150 takes team, harness nd ball'
bearing wagon. Hurry. 2431 fuming
GENTLE young driving horse, buggy and
Karnes Tyler .
FIVE-YEAR-OLD Jersey cow, tested, $100.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
HUMAN talker parrot for sale;
able South 1277.
MONEY TO LOAN.
ORGANIZED bv the Puslness Men f
Omaha FURNITURE, pianos and
notes ss security. $0. 6 mo . H. goods,
PROVIDENT LOAN 80CIETY.
4S2 Security Bldg.. 16th AFarnam. Ty. 666
LOANS ON DIAMONDS,
EAGLE LOAN OFFICE
1801 DOUGLAS ST.
LOANS ON DIAMONDS. JEWELRY AND
1107 LIBERTY BONDS. O OZ.
A-72 O W. C. FLATATJ. EST. 1883." O
yTH FLR. SECURITY BLDG.. TY. 868.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be received by the
trustees of the Congregational church ot
Springfield, S. D., until noon, July 10,
1919. tor the construction of a brick
church of 46 by 73 dimensions. In strict
accordance with the plans, specifications
and traductions to bidders, which may be
examined by application to the chairman
of the board, or to the architect, William
C. Jones, 30 North LaSalle Street, Chi
cago, 111. Mall bids in a sealed envelope,
plainly marked, "Proposals for the con
struction of church," and addressed to Ira
J. Smith, chairman, Springfield, S. D.
J-25-26-27-28 M'& E
SOS South 18th Street.
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union Stock Yards, Omaha, Neb., for
twenty-four hours ending at 3 o'clock p.
m., June 38, 1919: ,
Cattle Hogs Sheep & M.
C M. A St P 8 ,33
Wabash .... 1 . . . . ,
Missouri Paclflo .... 7 3 ..
Union Pacific 60 39 69
C. A N. W., east 26 16
C. A N. W., west 36 50 1 1
C. St. P., M. AO... 68 ei
C, B. A Q., east 13 8 6
C, B. & Q., west.... 24 39 1
C, R. I. A P., east.. 18 18 1 1
C, R, I. A P., west-.. .. 6
Chi. at. West 8 2 ..
Total receipt 366 227' 67 1
Cattle Hogs Sheep
, . 843 2,282 1,716
,. 9.93 2,842 3,673
.1,632 4,133 5.C28
..1,873 2,807 3.970
. ... 67
. 7 ...
. 22 ...
. 876 ... 4.479
.6,260 15,498 19,366
Morris A Co.1
Swift A Co
Cudahy Packing Co.
Armour & Co
Schwart A Co.;
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co.
So. Omaha Pack. Co.
Hlggins Packing Co.
John Roth A Sons...
Mayerowlch A Vail..
F. P. Lewis
J. B. Root A Co.....
Rosenstock Bros . . .
F. G. Kellogg
Werthelmer A Degen
Dennis A Francis....
Other buyers 876
Cattle Keceipts continue iioerui nnu me
market continues to decline. There were
approximately e,iuu iicdu t.ui.
day and for tire three daya arrivals have
oeen over nv.vuu nu( o.vuv .i.w. .ua,.
week ago and 5,000 more than a year ago.
: . . n n 4RM than Tup. .
D111S WC1W fCllOi.l.J Hww -
day on both beef ateers and butcher stock
ana ail tne iorenoon aaiea ww. u
basis. Compared with a week ago the
, ,v.t i. .11 nt Knrn7fiA lower and
very weak at the decline. Business stock-
. . ...I. n n 1. . !
ers ana reeaers wh -vciy m"""- -prices
steady to easier all around.
.... 892 $11 76
....1103 12 60
....1125 12 76
. .. 820 $12 25
...1068 12 65
...1160 13 00
....1200 13 50
STEER8 AND HEIFERS.
. 700 13 10
. 768 12 65
. 808 12 86
.1023 13 25
. 923 8 25
. 878 7 It;
.1132 9 69
AH.t.tinni in naltlo' Phnlra to nrlme
yearllnga, $13. 76 14. 60 ; good to choice
yearlings, $13.0013.50; fair to good year-
ii. - no nnA19 TK nnmmnn tt fair vear-
lings! $9.601L60; choice to prime beeves,
JH.Z&Ti'H.OU; RUIK1 IU l-llu'V. Mct.vn,
13.2614.25; fair to good beeves, $12.60
13.00; common to fair beeves, $10.60
i4 in. mnA tn hnlpA hetfevfl. 810.60(5)
13.36; prime cows, $11.0012.00; good to
choice cows, $9.25ll.O0; fair to good
cowa. $8.O08.25; common to fair cows,
$5.508.00; good to choice feeders, $11.76
12.60; medium to good feeders, $10.00
11.76; good to choice Blockers, $10.00
12.00: fair to good stockers, $9.0010.00;
common to fair stockers, 38.009.oo;
stock heifers, $7.009.00; stock cows,
$6.608.00; stock calves, $8.0012.00;
veal calves, $8.0014.00; bulls, stags, etc..
iy.ouifrii.Du; gooa io ciiuiuo bibb, udc.co,
$11.5012.60; fair to good grass beeves
ttn 5018)11.60: common to fair grass
shaan There was another liberal run
of sheep here today, 66 loads, estimated
at 16,600 head. There was a better tone
to the lamb market this morning, first
sales of the day being largely steady with
the best time yesterday, some although
quoting them 26o higher than yesterday's
market. Lambs were selling all the way
from $18.00 16.60, with $16.60 the popu
lar figure. Choice lamos were quoiaoie
up to $16.75. There was not much change
tn the sheep, a string of yearling wethers
SALESMEN ON GROUNDS UNTIL DARK
SEE FOR YOURSELF THESE DANDY 3, 4 AND 5-ROOM BUNGALOW-TYPE
COTTAGES AND FINE LOTS IN '
$1.00 PER WEEK
HOW TO GET TO HOMEWOOD
Drive West on Center to 60th or take any West
Leavenworth car, transfer at 48th Street to West
Lawn car and ride to end of line, and there is
616 OMAHA NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
and Industrial News of
selling at $9.00, steady with yesterday's
60 culls. . .66
12 60 25 culls... 80 13 50
14 culls. .
on Sheep Lambs.
weight, $16.0016.50; lambs, heavy weight.
$14. 60 16.00; lambs, culls, $6.0012.00;
yearllnga, $9.0009.75; wethers, $8.00
9.00; ewes, good to choice, $6.6O7.00;
ewes, fair to good; 16.00 6.60; ewes, culls,
Hogs Receipts were fairly liberal again
today, 333 loads estimated at 16,800 hea.l
Shippers bought a few hogs early In thi
morning that although higher than yia
terday'a packer market were not over
steady to strong compared with yeater
day's shipper market, buying most ot
their hogs from $20.6020.75 and an
early top of $30.90. Packer Buyers atayod
off the market until 10 o'clock and after,
the first bids they offered were all the
way from 5 to 20o lower than yesterday.
No.Av. Sh. Pr. No. A v. Sh. Pr.
89. .180 ... $30 40 74. .244 70 $20 46
70 20 65
. . . 20 66
40 20 85
180 30 60
210 20 80
... 20 90
Chicago Mrs Stock.
Chicago, June 25. Cattle Receipts,
9,00n head; estimated tomorrow, 13,000
head; market mostly lower; beef steers,
medium and heavyweight, choice and
prime. $14.2516.50; medium and good,
312.I6W14.40; common, 310 7b12.40;
butcher cattle, heifers, 37. 75013. 26; cows,
$7.C012.25; canners and cutters. $6.25
7.60; veal calves, light and handyweight,
fin.7ElS.3B; feeder steers. $9.2612.75;
stocker steers, $8.0012.00.
Hogs Receipts, 23,000 head; esti
mated tomorrow, 38,000 head; market
stenciy ; heavyweight. $20.4021.O0; me
dium weight, $20.0021.10; lightweight,
JS0.2Efr21.15; light light, $18.60 20.76 ;
heavy packing sows, smooth, $19.75
20.25; packing sows, rough, $19.0019.6G;
pins. $17.25 4J. 18.60.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 10,000
head; estimated tomorrow, 20,000 head;
market steady to strong; lambs, 84 pounds
down, $16.0017.60; culls and common,
$S.O014.60; yearling wethers, $10.00
13.60; ewes, medium, good and choice,
36.25Q8.26; culls and common, $2.506.76.
St. Iiouls Live Stock.
St. Louis, June 26. Cattle Receipt.
4.200; generally steady. Beef steers: Mo
dium and heavy weight, medium and good
weight, $11.6514.76; common, $10.65
11.65; light weight, good and choice, $11 60
14.25; common and medium, $9.76
11.50. Butcher cattle: Heifers, $8.60
14.25; cows, $7.50 11.00. Canners and
cutters, $6.267.60. Veal calves: Light
and handy weight, $13.0017.75; feeder
steers, $8. 25 11.60 ; stocker steers $7.50
Hogs Receipts, 15,000; higher; top,
$21.40; bulk, $20.7521.35; heavy weight,
$20.76 21.40 ; medium weight, $21.10
21.40; light weight, $19.75021.10; light
light, $19.00 19.75; heavy packing sows,
smooth, $18.7619.75; packing sows,
rough, $18.760119.76; packing sows,
smooth, $17.0019.50; pigs, $11.00019.50.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 3,200,
steady - to strong. Lambs: 84 pounds
down, Including springs, $14.00 16.65:
culls and common, $8.0011.60; yearl'.ni
wethers, $11.6012.50; awes, medium and
choice, $7.007.50; culls and common,
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, June 25. Cattle-i Receipts,
5,600; market steady; steers, $9.0014.90;
heifers, $6.4012.80; cows, J6. 26011. 40;
calves, $12.76 & 15.00 ; stockers, $7.00
Hogs Receipts, 16,000, head; market
steady; heavies, $20.80021.00; lights.
320.0020.90; packing, $19.75 20.60; pigs,
Sheep Receipts, 2,600 head; market
higher; lambs, $10.00 17.00; ewes, $4.60
Ten Brick Layers
Long Job Union Men
Midland Packing Co.
REISCHE & SANBORN
Sioux City, Iowa.
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STREET CARS RUN CLEAR TO H0MEW00D
E & SLATER COMPANY
Omaha Grain Market,
Omaha, June 25, 181$.
Total grain arrivals were only 60 cars
ot which there was a fair run of corn
with 46 cars and other grains very light.
Wheat receipts were 4 cars; oata, 6 cars;
rye, none, and barley & cars.
Corn had a ready sale with prices gen
erally 1 to 2 oenta higher. Some of the
good white brought a greater advance.
Oata were l cents up snd rye nominally,
some lower and barley unchanged. Wheat
Cash sales today were:
Corn No. 3 white, $ cars. $1.84; No. 3
white, 1 car, $1.83: 3 cars, $1.80; No. 4
white, 8 cars, $1.78; 2 cars, $1.77; No. 6
white, 1 car, $1.75; 1 car, $1.74; No. 6
whites, 1 car. $1.75 (musty); sample
white, 1-3 car, $1.38 (hot); No. 3 yellow.
4 cars, $1.78; No. 3 yellow. 6 cars, $1.77;
1 car, $1.76; No. 4 yellow, 1 car, $1.76:
No. 6 yellow, 1 ear. $1.74; 1 cars. II 72:
No. 2 mixed. 1 car, $1.81 (near white):
2 cars. $1.77; 1 car. $1.78: 1 $-6 cars. $1.73:
No. 6 mixed, 1 ear, $1.67; 1 car, $1.65,
(12 per cent damaged.)
Oats No. 3 white: 4 cars. 68 He.
Bnrley No. 4: 3 cars. $1.14.
Wheat No. 3 hard: 1 car, n it; 1 car,
$2.41 (smutty). No. 3 mixed: 1 car, $3.15
OMAHA GRAIN MOVEMENT.
Today Week Tear
Wheat 4 22
Corn 46 48 101
Oats 6 10 27
Rye 0 2 2
Barley 6 6
Wheat 8 10 10
Corn 36 , 69 90
Oats 21 23 45
Rye 1 0 0
Barley ' 3 3 1
Reoeipts In Other Markets.
Wheat Corn Oats
Chicago 4 96 9"
Kansaa City .... 18 38 16
St. Louis 11 63 34
PRIMARY RECEIPTS AND SHIPMEN'S
Receipts Today Ago Today.
Wheat $87,000 191,000
Corn 678,000 834,000
Oats 990,000 " 808,000
Wheat 182.080 35,000
Corn 820,000 661,000
Oats 445,000 493,000
Omaha Grain Inspection,
The number of cars of grain of the
several grades Inspected "In" hers dur
ing the paat 34 hours follows:
Wheat Nov 3 mixed, 3 cars; sample
mixed, 1 car; No. 2 durum, 3 cars; totsl,
Corn No. 2 white, 1 car; wo. 3 wnue,
3 cars; No. 4 white, 2 cars; No. 5 white,
1 car; No. 2 yellow, 2 cars; No. 8 yellow,
2 cars; No. 4 yellow, 1 car; No. 6 yellow,
3 cars; total, 17 cars.
Oats No. 3 white, 3 cars; no. t wnue,
1 car; total, 4 cars.
Barley No. 3, 1 car: No. 4, -3 cars;
total, 4 cars.
To Holders of
Maturing January 1, 1915
The Alien Property Custodian an
nounces that, bavins received the as.
sent of the Austrian Government to
, the application of certain funds in his
hands to the redemption of 454
Austrian Government Treasury Notes
which matured on January 1, 1915.
notice of their claims should be pre
sented to the Alien Property Custodian
by the holders of such notes on or
before July 81, 1919.
Forms for presenting such notice of
claim may be obtained from the
Bureau of Law, Alien Property Cus
todian, Sixteenth and P Streets, Wash
ington. No payment on account of such notes
will be made until August 1, 1919.
-EASY TERMS -
Reasonable Payment Down and
Balance Like Rent. Monthly, Buys
Any Home in Homewood.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, June 25 The corn market to
day ran an uneven course, early weakness
ovldenced by many selling orders being
overcome later, converting an Initial
break Into a bulge. The market closed
firm, lo to te net higher, with July,
31.80 to $l.si; September, $1.76 to
$1.76, and December, $1.64M to $1,648$.
Oatts gained Ho to lUc, and provisions
closed 16o lower to $1 higher.
Peace news apparently already suffi
ciently dls'ounted and favorable crop con
ditions reported In different localities wen
held to have had little Influence in th
market, greater stress being laid on s
strengthened cash demand. Some not!
was taken of a reported sale of a con
siderable quantity of the cash article tc
Oata were relatively stronger than eorr
and recuperated from an early sag mora
rapidly, though within narrower bounds
Art.. I Open. High. I Low. Close. T'd'y.
July 1.79 1.81 177 1.81 1,30
Sep. 1.75 Vi l.$ 1.72" 1.76 1.74
, Dec. 1,52 1.54- 1.60 1.54 1.11
July .69 .70 .68 .7 V, 48 H
Sep. .68 .69 .67'i .89 68t
Deo. .69 .71 .98 .71 .69
July 50.90 51.00 50.40 51.00 51 35
Sep. 48.25 49.25 48.25 49.25 48 80
July 34.25 34.25 33.85 34.10 84.42
Sep. 34.25 34.05 33.32 34.00 34 36
July 27.65 27.65 27.40 27.62 27.70
Sep. 27.65 27.80 27.62 27.80 37 65
New York Coffee.
New York. June 2J. There was re
newed liquidation In the market for ?of.
fee futures here today, and prices galn
scored the maximum decline permltttd
by the exchange regulations. Brazilian
cables, reporting a slightly steadier tone
In the primary markuta, had very little
iffect, and after opening 25 to 70 p-jinft
lower, the market closed at a net de
cline of 150 points. December contracts
sold off to 20 points, making a decline nf
335 points from the high record of M in
day, under continued liquidation, and
selling In expectation of further reactluni.
Closing prices: July, $21.20; September.
$21.20; October, $30.93; December $20.65;
January, $20.60; March, $20.45; May,
Turpentine and Reein.
Savannah, Oa., June 25. Turpentine
Firm, 100; sales, 294 bbls. ; receipts, 66
bbls. ; shipments, 1,670 bbls.; stock, 6.088
Rosin Firm; sales, 1,12$ casks; receipts,
158 casks; shipments, $,390 casks; stock.
Quote B, $14.0016.00; D, $14 500
15.10; E, $15.0015.16; F, $16.10016.16;
O, $15.15; H, $15.20; I, $15.20 16.80; K,
$16.26; M. $16.50; N. $16.76017.00; WQ,
$17.0017.25; WW, $17.26.
Two 1st Mortgage
Both are long-term,
sinking fund securities:
Morris 4 Ce. 4i'i 87$ 8.85
Trlalty Bias. Corp. Si's 89$ $.50
We recommend them
Correspondent Offices fa SO Cities
Omaha First National Bank
Telephone Douglas 3316.
Houses for Sale
as Low as
$200 Down and
$25 Per Month
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