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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1919.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
THOSE WHO LIVE IN
DUNDEE TAKE PRIDE
IN SAYING SO.
T)UllflM la An fit IV. nr.m .a ... I
restdenc districts In Omaha; many
folks men out to Dundee; vary row
ever leave: the restriction, her which
have caused this addition to be built
up more uniformly than any other In
Omaha: the development of the vacant
ground Into building- stirs of high char
acter; the people themselves who have
bought and built on these same lots,
are responsible for every owner taking
a personal pride, not only In his prop
erty, but in the fact that hla family
Uvea In Dundee. Uniform restrictions
and careful development result In good
homes good homes create stable val-
' YOUR INVESTMENT IS SAFE
A FEW CHOICE BUILDING
I1SS0 50!3I feet, west front on Fiftieth
avenue, between Dodge and Farnam.
I19S0 013S feet, on Fifty-second street,
J3700 74x135 feet, cant front on Fifty
first avenue close to Farnam.
All of these lots are good values let us
GEORGE & COMPANY,
903 City Nat.Bk. Bldg. P. 76.
Briok and Btuoco completed about a
year ago. A very artistic exterior away
from the pterotyi"d plan and a most
pleasing and convenient arrangement
Inside.. Large living room ut.ro us the
east with fl replace. Generous sunroom
adjoins on the south- Fine dining room,
breakfast room and kltfhtm. On the sec
ond floor four nice bedrooms, Bleeping
porch ana ttled bath room. Maid's room
on third floor. Hot water heating plant.
Stucco garag. Kast front lot, high and
nightly. Priced very reasonably on the
baalH of cost of 18 months ago, at
116,000. Call us for appointment.
(Formerly Armstrong-Walsh Co.)
Tyler 1636. 333 Securities Bldg.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
FOR SALE 1,280-acra, well Improved
ranch miles east of Hateler In Dundy
County, Neb Located south of river and
all hard land In heavy buffalo sod no
sand. Good livable frame and cement
house, fair barn, two wells and wind
mills, a;! fenced and cross-fenced. 104
aurea In wheat and corn, more could be
cultivated. Bargain price $13,50 per
acre. Will carry 10,000 at S per cent.
Will F. Seldentopf. Council Bluffs, la.
$1,500 DOWN & $50 PER MO.
6-room full 2-ntory house located near
49th; and Vnderwood; 3 large rooms first
floor, finished In oak; 3 bedrooms and
bath on 2d floor; full cement basement,
furnace heat; large lot and paved street
and paved alley. If looking for a real
bargain see this at 15.500.
ST Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
JAS J. FITZGERALD. 4931 8outb ltb
St., "Insurance." Buy and rail property
Real estate mortgage loa's promptK'
IF you want a real borne,, at a bargain,
you should see Jas H Kopletz. real es
tate Investments 7SS South 4th St
REAL ESTATE-OTHER CITIES
BLOCK OF 13 LOTS. Council Bluffs, right
between the two cities; good high
ground and Improving ateadlly aruund
It: fine for home or Investment at $1,200
for fhe bunch. McGee Real Eslate Co..
Vlj-JPfgrL8-. Ci'iincll Bluffs
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
. We have men buyers for well-located
bungalows and residenres worth the
money. For quick results, list with us
O'NEII.'S R. K. & INS. AOKNCY.
32-8 Brand-Is Theater Bldg.
Tel. Tyler 1024.
WANTED rTO RENT-5 to 40 acres close
to Omaha, with fair Improvements; must
be well drained, with plenty of water
an! shade for poultry. Will consider
buying later on. This property must be
on either pnved or an equally good road.
Addn-sa M-74. Omaha Bee.
I HAVE a man who will buy your Im
proved property and pay cash for It.
but the price must be right.
GEORGE F. JONES. REALTOR.
tiC Pity HHt Pk. Bldg Doug. 194g.
LIST i.iur property with us We haw
oalls for homes and investments.
McCAOUB INV. CO.
Phone D. 41 f.. 15th a nd Dodge.
HAVE Inquiries for good homes in good
locations. Do you want to sell your
property? List it with C A. Urimmel.
4 Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
LIST your property for sale with J. B
Robinson for quirk sales 442 Bee Bldg.
Phone. Douglas 80D7.
LOW rates without delay.
C. O. CARLHERO.
112 Brandels Theater Bldg.
In' your property Is for sale or rent, list
It with the AFRO-AMERICAN REALTY
CO.. 270ft Lake. Webster 640
FOR quick results list your property with
S. P BOSTWICK & SON.
100 Bee Bldg. Tyler 160.
FOP quick sales list your property wltb
W O. SHRIVER.
ltUV Om Nat. Bk Bldg. Doug. H3tl
LIST your property with Morearty & Con
hoy. Bee Bldg. Doug. 3S4I.
SHOPEN COMPANY. Poug. 4128.
Save money and time, see us first.
6-year pptlonal loans, 6 per cent.
DAY & MAYNE
Omaha. (05 Keellne Bldg. Doug. 6994.
Council Bluffs. la., it Pearl St. Tel. 101.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
101 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg Doug. 716.
MONEY to lend on Improved Real Estate.
Interest payable seml-anually. W. H.
THOMAS & SON, t28 Keellne Bldg.
CITT and farm loans; SVs and Pr emt;
no delay. J. H. Dumont & Co.. 418
1100 to 110.000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Wead, Wead Bldg., lHth and Farnam.
lh and 6 p. c. loans on real estate. Private
money, rt. j. ar-ieiasr o"a neeiino. u. op..
D E BUCK1Ians4aOmahaNjl.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
BUNGALOW ON TWO
ACRES NEAR CAR.
Just north of Forest Lawn ear line,
fine location and fins laying ground,
east frontage; some garden, vacuum
furnace, five rooms; very good value
at $4,500; $500 cash and $68 per month.
Call Tyler 69 and ask, for Mr. Manvllle.
Hastings & Heyden,
1614 Harney St.
LOW PRICED EASTERN COLORADO
Com with us next Tuesday for the
Flaglar district and secure a farm where
prices are still low $25 to $40. Don't
j wait phone us today. D. 4254. Shedd
Investment Company. Hallway E
rhange, Omaha. .
10,000 ACRES choice raw or Improved Lin
coln Co.. Colo., lands. Bargalna Easv
terms. See J. L. Maorer. Arriba. Col
TOR SALE S25 acres improved, ail In
corn and alfalfa. Would consider trade.
Pries $40,000. W. H. Beach, Monda-
FARM FOR SALE 19 acres. clear,
small house, convenient location, also
large farms, and waterfronts. McCully.
IMPROVED 280-acr farm In Todd coun
ty. Minnesota: buildings consist of sev-n-room
house, barn, granary, corncrlb.
windmill, etc.: 130 acres under cultiva
tion balance used for meadow and pas
ture; no waste land: thla farm will pro
duce good crops of corn. oats, clover,
potatoes, etc; located only a mile from
railroad town; good soil: would make
a good grain or stock farm; price $22.50
per acre. Schwab Bros.. 102$ Plymouth
J31dg., Minneapolis. .im
-Market and Industrial News of the Day
200-ACRE, splendid unimproved land;
gently rolling, creek, near town, road,
and excellent soil, plenty hardwood tim
ber; $20 per acre. James Bolen, Aitkin,
SPLENDID TOO acre dairy ranch, with
00 acre plow land, balance excellent
' upland pasture, near school, lake and
town: prlc $30 acre. Jamea Bolen.
owner. AitKln. Minn
AN IDEAL STOCK RANCH FOR SALE"
Eight hundred acrea In one body; 400
arres Platte Valley farm land under
Irrigation ditch which will soon be
opened; 400 acres hill pasture and hay
land. Four and one-half miles to good
town on main line of Union Pacific Rail
road. School on land. For particulars.
address Y-M 5. Omaha Bee.
Sheridan county; lt miles south of
Gordon; 1 miles Nlobrsra river frontage;
1. 000 sere best farm land, balance best
of paature; with timber along river and
In two large draws Priced much below
anything else offered In this county
& S A R. E. MONTGOMERY,
- AIL City Nfl Bk Bldg Omsha. Neb
roR SALE My four improved farms 'n
Wmball county: all of thera ready to
. niovo onto: some winter wheat on part j
of them; can rent them It Doyer wisnes;
two 640-acre places; one 220-acre, one
1 tin-acre. Write for particulars and
prices. Guy Forsltng, Kimball, Neb.
CHOICE Douglas Co. Farm of 312 acr.
adjoining Millard. Neb., on the north
on paved road to Omaha; best of land:
good Improvement and a money maker
for any live farmer. See m at once If
you want something extra choice.
G.A. HULL. Oakland. Neb.
MUST sell 660 acres near Bushnell, Neb .
on main road and one-half mile to
school. All well grassed buffalo sod land
with 600 acres level to gently rolling
that can be tractor plowed. Price $20
p r acre. Will F. SleUentopf owner,
t'ouncH Bluffs, la.
I'l ACRES all tillable, 200 acres In cultl
witton. fine buildings, hi mile to school.
miles to Brunswick, Antelope County.
$125 per acre; easy terms.
A. A. PATZMAN.
301 Karbaeh Blk
Omaha Live Stock.
Omaha, August T, ltlt.
Receipts were: Cattle Hog Sheep
Official Monday .... 11,777 4,37(1 36, 09$
Official Tuesday 11.62 4.995 22.145
Offiolal Wednesday.. 5,492 4.951 35.792
Estlsnatj Thursday .. 1.200 2.300 16,600
Four days thla wk...S0,095
Same last week 32,603
Same 1 weeks ago.. 46, 336
Sam S weeks ago.. 2S. 143
Sam days year ago. 45.87$
75 ACRES. 6 miles Horn Creighton. good
soil, nice grove, well improved. Price,
$112.50 per acre. Terms.
A. A. PATZMAN.
301 Karbaeh Blk.
Folt SALE 160 acres adjoining town of
4.UU0 In central Nebraska; all cultivated
$166 per acre; no Improvements; perfect
soli. A. W. Toland, 694 Brandels Bldg
WHITE me fjr pictures and prices of my
farms and ranches in good old Dawes
county. Arab L. Hungerford. Craw
ONE of the best quarter sections In Dodge
Co.; well Improved; some alfalfa; an
Ideal home, near Fremont. Fidelity
Trust Co., Fremont. Neb.
FOR Western Nebraska and Eastern Col
orado lands see
HELD LAND CO..
66', Brandels Bldg
FOR farms and farm loans in Washington,
Douglas and Sarpy counties, see Paul
Petersen, 364 Brandels Theater Bldg.
Phone D. 1S05 or Walnut 3106.
160 good, level valley. In cul., 5 ml. Nebr.
City; non-resident wants cash $16,000.
390 Boyd county, smooth prairie, $6,800.
I,0! 3, Omaha Bee,
MK'r'riCK COUNTY. Improved corn nd
alfalfa farms at the right price. M A
LARSON. Central City, Neb
PRICE and terms right on northeast Ne-
braska improved corn and alfalfa farms
C V. Nelson. 616 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg.
IMPROVED and unimproved wheat farms
Kimball county. Neb. R. E. Holmea.
FOR NEBRASKA LANDS SEE
A. A. PATZMAN.
301 'Karbaeh Blk Tyler 684.
RANCH FOR SALE Two miles from
Medford, Ore.; 12 acrus 14 -year-old
pears and apples; 4 acres bearing apri
cots: 6 acres small grain and hay; 7
acres pasture. Four-room new bungu
low, well, barn and outbuildings. Own
er moving to Seattle. Price $5.000
fl.OOl) cash and terms to suit m bal
ance. References, any hank in Med
ford. Address Mrs. J. A. Bratney, Med
jTTi;L)ANV ALLEY, Oregon, offers you s
home In the land of aunshlne. where
conditions are right for raising alfalfa
and cattle. Addresa Jordan Valley
Farms. Boise. Idaho.
186-Acre State Road
Farm, Stock, Tools, Crops,
Two nilles thriving town, near largo
city, milk sold at door; 126 acres pro
ductive tillage, wire fenced pasture; es
timated 300 cords wood, 20,000 feet tim
ber; fruit orchards. Extra good 10
room house, big stock barn, second barn,
tool, hog, 4 poultry houses, etc. Owner
retiring. Includes for quick sale, 6
cows, poultry, mowing machines, long
list, tools, wagons, harness, crops; $4,500
geta all, easy terms. Details of this
money-maker page 33. Catalog Bar
gains 19 States, copy free. STROUT
FARM AGENCY, S.U B. F., New York
Life BUlg, Kansas City.
For Iowa. Nebraska and South Dakota
farms and ranches, see
ALEXANDER & GIPE,
Doug 9Q0. 622 Paxton Blk
FARM' LANDS WANTED.
WE will sell your farm; timely sales
quick returns. Held Land -Co., 6C4
RENT A NEW FORD
12 CENTS PER MILE.
YOU ARE COVERED BY INSUR
ANCE AGAINST LIABILITY RESULT
ING FROM ACCIDENT.
60 NEW 1919 MODEL FORD CARS.
FORD LIVERY CO.
DOITQ. 8622. 1314 HOWARD.
The Kind You Like.
18 Buick six roadster, 18 Buick six
touring, 18 Chevrolet roadster, 17
Haynes six touring, 17 Grant six, 17
Saxon six, 17 StuU special, Cadillac 8
touring, 17 Maxwell, 16 Hupmobile, and
many others, with starters. Fords, all
models. Every car sold with a money
TRAWVER AUTO CO.,
ONE HUNDRED beautiful farms for sale
In the vicinity of Msnkato, Blue Earth
County. Minnesota. Com and see them.
George Atchison Land Co.. Mankato.
FOR SALE 1600-acre ranch. 4V miles
from I-nch and two mile from Gross,
' Neb.; plenty of wster, pasture and hay
land: 1100 acre In pasture, 135 acre
of alfalfa, balance hayland; 12 acres
hog-tight: n excellent place for hogs.
cattl and horses; buildings, yards nd
windmills all new and would take $10.-
0 to duplicate. Price for a short time.
$60 per acre. Harry . Daw, owner,
PROMPT DKIIVERY ON ALL MODELS
NEBRASKA WHITE CO.
FRED C ROGERS. MGR. TYLER 171
1407-21 Capitol Ave
MEEKS AUTO CO.
Used cars bought, sold and exchanged.
We buy for cash and sell on time. Full
line to select from. Middle State Garage
2026-8 Farnam St. Doug. 4101.
JEFFERY six In A-l condition; good
tires, two spares; sedan top; air pump.
Will sell for $800. Leaving city. Call
at Ru-Blan No. 6, 210 Webster St., after
6 p. m.
USED cars of exceptional value.
GUY L. SMITH,
2563 Farnam St. Doug. 1970.
USED CARS AND TRUCKS
AT BARGAIN PRICES.
STANDARD MOTOR CAR CO.
2020 Farnam St. Omaha. Neb.
FORDS, BU1CKS, DODGE. NEW AND
USED CARS, FORD BODIES.
O'ROURKE-GOLDSTROM AUTO CO..
$701 SOUTH 21ST ST SOUTH 399.
A. LEE & COMPANY.
Expert automobile ovashers, slmonyers
and polishers; all work guaranteed.
2309 N. 18th St. Victor Garage. Ph.
$100 Reward for any magneto we can't re
pair. Sole mnfrs. of new self-spacing af
finity spark plug. Baysdorfer. 210 N. 18th
NEB. BUICK AUTO CO.,
J56J Farnam St Doug. 1970.
AUTOMOBILE electrical repairs; service
station for Rayfield carburetors and
Columbia storage batteries. Edwards.
Cash. Time. Liberty Bonds.
WANTED FOR SPOT CASH. 100 USED
CARS; quick action; no delay Auto Ex
change Co . 2069 Farnam St. D. 6036.
THE DIXIE FLYER.
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY
2520 Farnam St.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS.
McCaffrey Motor Co.
15th A Jackson Ford Agent D. 1500.
UNITED AUTO PARTS CO..
OAKLAND. Sensible Six
MARSH OAKLAND CO.
2300 Farnam St
WILL exchange interest in 6-room house
for automobile. Describe same. Box
ONE 1916 Dodge touring car, run 12,000
miles, splendid condition, 4 new Urea
one extra. $700. Call Douglas 370.
OVERLAND 90. $550. worth more. Wal
FOR TERMS ON USED CARS
Look for the red seal onwlnd shield.
GOOD USED CARS
GUY L SMITH
Cattle Ther was an extremely light
run of cattle here for a Thursday, arrivals
amounting to only about 1,200 head, or
hardly enough to make a basis for com
parison. Packers all wanted a few cattle
and anything that was deslrbla found a
ready sale at prices hat were largely 25c
higher than yesterday. Prime heavy cat
tle were lacking. Best native steers here
sold at $17.60 with desirable classes of
westerns ss high as $14.0014.50. Can
ners and cutters were about steady with
medium to choice grades of cow and
heifers 26c higher. Practically no feeders
were on sale and they were quotable
steady at the week's advance.
For the week desirable beef steers both
native and westerns are from 26c and In
some cases around 60c higher, and a simi
lar gain has been made on butcher stock.
As most of this advance was registered
on tie light receipts of the last two days
It can hardly be expected to stand If the
supplies broaden out th first of next
' BEEF STEERS.
Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr
.1128 $10 75 38 862 $14 00
. 1144 17 40 18 1323 17 60
.1650 18 75
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
. 806 14 00
8 801 6 60 4 555 7 60
11 457 8 50 16 688 10 60
Quotations on Cattle Choice to prime
beeves, $17 .50 1 8.25 ; good to choice
beeves, $1 6. 75 1 7.25 ; fair to good beeves,
"14.50P16.90; common to fair beeves,
S12 .00 14.00; choice to prime yearlings,
S 1 ii 75 1 7.50 ; ' good to choice yearlings,
Jla.OUfe 16.50; fair to good yearlings, $13.50
'.i 15.00; common to fair yearlings, $10.00
'J'13.00; good to choice heifers, $10.00
11,00; good to cholro cows. $9.25(812.00;
fair to good cows, $7. 50-9. 00; common to
fair cows, $5.757.25; good to choice
feeders, $12.00f 14.00 : medium to good
feeders, $lo.oon.50: good to choice
stockers. $9.00 1 1.00; fair to good stockers.
J7.50iff9.00; common to fair stockers, $0.60
W7.50; stork heifers. $6.608.50; stock
cows, $G.0O7.50; stock calves, $7.60
10.00; veal calves, $6.00 13. 60; bulls,
stags, etc., $7.0012.0O; choice to prime
grass beeves, $13.50011.10; good to choice
grass beeves, $11.60(fl13.26: fair to good
grass beeves, $ .4. 7 1 1 . 25 ; common to fair
Krass beeves, $8.00 9.00; Mexican beeves,
Hogs Receipts were very light today
only 34 loads estimated at 2.300 head.
Shippers were comparatively liberal huy
ers this morning paying largely from
$20.25iff 21.00, with a top of $21 25. Packers
bousht theirs largely from $20.252O,35,
a few loads were reported down to even
money, the market on the whole being
25i40c higher than yesterday with the
bulk at $20.2620.50.
Sh. Pr. No. Av
140 $19 85
. . . 20 15
70 $20 10
. . . 20 25
150 20 35
80 20 50
... 20 75
80 21 35
Sheep Today's run of sheep and lambs
amounted to Rbout 16.000 head, and the
big end of the run consisted of feeders.
Cndertone to the trade was strong and
active from the start, and all classes of
stock sold at higher prices, the advance
amounting to about 25c in both fat stuff
and feeders. Choice fat lambs are quot
able up to $16.25 or better with best
ewes selling at $8.76. Good wethers sold
a'. $9.50. Several loads of good feeder
brought $14.00 but common and medium
grades were none too active around $13.00.
Quotations on sheep: Lambs, good to
choice. $16.8516.40: lambs, fair to good,
J15.0015.75: good to choice feeder Iambs,
Cars for Hire.
FORDS AND LARGE CARS FOR HIRE.
Drive yourself; at very reasonable
prices; no extras to pay. Nebraska
Service Garage. 19th and Farnam. Doug
Tires and Supplies.
Tires at Half Price
We make them good as new. New
ribbed tread. Non
Plain. Ribbed. skid.
30x3 $ 8.80 $10.00 $11.00
30x34 10.60 1 1.50 18.00
32x3'4 12.60 13.50 14.50
33x4 16.00 17.25 19.69
34x4 17.00 17.50 20.25
32x4 15.00 16.60 18.00
GUARANTEED 3,500 MILES.
BEST ON THE MARKET.
2-in-l Vulcanizing Co.
WE will ship, subject to examination, our
3.500-mlle guaranteed tires at these
30x3 $ 7.80 $ 9.90
30x34 8.05 11.90
32x34 10-60 13.60
34x4 12.00 14.75
Express prepaid when cash accompanies
Standard Tire Co.,
410 North lth St. Phone Douglas S830.
NEW TIRES 1-2 PRICE
Firestone, Congress, Lee Pullman, Flak.
Write for prices. Mention sizes
KA1MAN TIRE JOBBERS, 2016 Farnam.
NEW AND USED TIRE BARGAINS.
SEE US FIRST AND SAVE MONEY
FARNAM TIRE AND RUBBER CO..
2914 FARNAM ST. H. 6758.
NO need for steam soaked carcasses. We
retread and rebuild tires by Dry-Cure
process. Ideal Tire Service. 257$ Har
GAIN more miles; have your tire re
treaded by O. & G. Tire Co.
2416 Leavenworth. Tyler 1261-W.
Repairing and Painting.
F. P. BARNUM CO., 2126 Cuming. Doug
la 8044. High grade automobile painting
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
BARLEY - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES
Bargain In used machines. Victor H
Roos, the Motorcycl man, 27th and
Lenven worth Streets.
For the best results place a Want
Ad is The Omaha Bsc
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. We collect We distribute
Pbon Doug. 4135 and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new home
1110-1112-1114 Dodge St
DORIS Please call at National Employ
ment office, 14th St. I am there
searching for you. Louis Glenn.
GOOD home In suburbs or farm near
Omaha for old lady who is slightly
peculiar. Box M-64, Bee.
RENT Electric vacuum sweeper by th
day. Delivered. Webster 4283.
WILL E. H. Shelly please call Vee at
Horses Live Stock Vehicles.
DON'T forget the big range horse and
mule auction next Monday and Tues
day, Aug. 11 and 12, at stock yard
Btablee; will have about 1,500 unbroken
range horses and about 200 gentle broke
work horses and mules; 20 head of big
city broke horses. All hod and ready
to go at hard work.
FOR SALE A pig wltb five lag; three
legs in frontand can walk: the color 1
red, and It's healthy. Write or call on
Wm. C. Wsscher. Beemer,Neb.
Buy on Blrdhaven Profit Staring Plan
Phone Web. 2884. O. S. PettlB. Ageat
Harness. Saddle and Trunk.
vv Make mem ourselves.
ALFRED CORNISH & CO.. 1210 Farn .
TEAM, harness and wagon all complete
for $150; act quick. Douglas 4964. 2421
SOUND, new, coarse hay, $15 per ton
Wagoner. 801 N. 16th
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
100 CANARIES; finest collection In South
Omaha. Singers, $10. Frank Byers. 28
BEAUTIFULLY marked Boston Terrlor:
Ji.. MU.I .Oil Cnlfa, ,C.J
WHITE kitten wants home. Walnut 3526
MONEY TO LOAN.
ORGANIZED by the Business Men of
Omaha. FURNITURE. pianos and
note as security. $40 ( too.. H. goods
PROVIDENT LOAN SECURITY.
43J Security Bldg. 16th A Farnam. Ty. 866
LOANS ON DIAMONDS,
EAGLE LOAN OFFICE
1301 DOUGLAS ST
FARMS and city losns.
S. H. LOUGEE. INC
I HI KMllM felOc --
Short Term Notes
Quotations furnished by th
Trust company: Bid
First Liberty, SH 99 51
Arm. Con. Deb. s, 1924 102
Bethlehem 6teel, 7s, 192$ 108
Canada. 6s. 1921 974
Cudahy, 7s. 1923 100
Int. R. T.. 5a, 1921 t$
Kansas City Ter.. 6s. 192$... .1004
Proctor & O., 7s. 1922 1024
Russian Rubles. 6Hs. 1936.... 97
Union Pacific. 6s. 1928 102 H
Wilson Co., 6s, 1928 99T4
Third Liberty, 4V4s 96.08
Fourth Liberty. 44 93.90
Am. Mor. Sec. 1919 t
Am. Tel. & Tel., 6s, 192$ 1024
Am. Tel.. 6s. 1924 99
Am. Tobacco. 7s. 1922 10244
Am. Tobacco, 7a, 1923 1034
Anglo-French. 6. 1920 974
Arm. Con. Deb.. 6a, 1923 102 H
$13.50014.26; medium feeder lambs, $12.60
iff 13. 25 ; lamb culls, $10.00 12.00; year
lings. $9 7510.25; wethers, $9.009.60;
ewes, good to choice, $7.75 8.76; ewes,
fair to good. $6.007.60; ewe culls and
canners, $2.60; breeding ewes, $9 50 if 1 3 00;
breeding ewes, yearlings and 2'a, $18.00
Chicago Live Stork,
Chicago, Aug. 7. Cattle Receipts, 9,000
head; estimated receipts tomorrow, 3,000:
market strong; beef steers, medium and
heavy weight, choice and prime, $17.40
19 62; medium and good, $18.O017.4O;
common. $10.6013.00; light weight, good
and chclee, $14.25 18.25 ; common nd me
dium, 9.505f 14.25; butcher cattle, heifers.
$7.4015.00; cows. 37.2514.50; canners
and cutters. $6.007.25; veal calves, light
and handy weight, $18.50'19.60; feeder
steers, $8.O013.60; Blocker steers, $7.00
11.00; western range steers, $9.0016.60;
western range cows and heifers, $7.25
H"gs Receipts, 14.000 head; estimated
receipts tomorrow, 10,000 head; mostly 25c
to 50c higher than yesterday's average
top. $22.65; heavy weight, $20.3522.60
medium weight, $20.5022.65; light weight
J20.5022.50; light light, $19.50021.25:
heavy packing sows, smooth, $19.2520.26.
Sheep Receipts, 24,000 head; estimated
receipt tomorrow, 10.000 head; market
strong; lambs. 84 pounds down, $13,750
17.25; culls and common, $9.0013 26
yearling wethers, $9. 7512.50; ewes, me
dium choice, $7.25(8)9.00; culls and com
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 7. Cattle Re
ceipts, 3,000 head; market higher; steers.
9 2518.85; heifers, $6.6014.40; cows.
$6. 30 i) 12. 60; calves. $13.26ffll4.76; stock
Hogs Receipts, 2,000 head; market
higher; medium, $21 60 22 25 ; lights
$21 OOW22.00; sow, $19.6020.60: Digs
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. S.0O0 head;
mnrket 60 cents higher; lambs, $12.00
16.50; wethers, $9.00911.25; ewes, $9.60
New York, Aug. T. Prices In th stock
market crumbled In the furiously active
flnsl hour of trading todsy. The de
clines, which were ths most (ever In
many months, cam unexpectedly. When
the market opened speculative Interests
resumed their operations In a cheerful
frame of mind, evidently taking little
heed of such recent event a the ulti
matum of th railroad brotherhood and
other disturbing development.
The setback began with tl, equip
ments, oil snd miscellaneous shares,
which have made up a large part of th
markets 'of th past few months, rail
displaying comparative steadiness.
Am. Beet Sugar
American Can .
Am. C. and F. .
S. Ref. .
Sum. Tob. .
Tel. A Tel.
Anaconda Cop. .
Slonx City Live Stock.
Sioux City, la.. Aug. 7. Cattle Receipts
200; head; market strong; beef steers, fed
514.OOJS17.65; grassers, $10.0014.00; fat
cows. $7.0012.00; canners, $5.007.00;
stockers and feeders, $7.0O12.5O; calves
$8.0014.00; feeding cows and heifers.
Hogs Receipts. 2,000 head: market 50
75c higher; light. $21.0021.75: mixed,
$20.00C21.00; heavy. $18.50020.00; bulk
of sales, $19.20(jj20.50.
Sheep No market.
St. Joseph Live Stock.
St. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 7. Cattle Re
ceipts. 1,200 head: market higher; steers.
$9.fl0l.25; cows snd heifers, $5.60
IS. 50; calves, $7.00i17.00.
Hogs Receipts, 3.600 head; no quota-lions.
Baldwin Loco. ..64.000
Baltl. & Ohio .. 0,400
Beth. Steel "B". .48.300
Butte ft S. Cop.. 4.100
Call. Pet 4,800
Can. Paclflo .... 1.800
Central Leather .51.700
C. ft Ohio 7,300
C, M. ft St. P. .. 3.200
Chi. ft North. .. 2.500
Chi.. R. I. ft P. 4,800
Chlno Cop 2,000
Col. F. & Iron .. 1,800
Corn Products ..16.600
Crucible Steel ...37,200
Cuba Can Sug.,16.800
Dlst Sec. Corp.. 28. 400
Oen. Electric .... 600
Gen. Motor 7.400
Ot. North., Pfd.. 2.300
Gt. N. Ore Ctfs.. 3,600
Illinois Central... 400
Insp Cop 11.800
Int. M. Mar., Pfd. 18,200
Intnatl. Nickel .. 6,900
Intnatl. Paper .. 8,200
K C. Southern.. 400
Ken. Cop 8.400
Loulsvlll ft N
Mex. Pet 36,700
Miami Copper ... 1,100
Mldvale Steel ...16,600
Mis. Pacific 10.300
Nevada Copper .. 1,600
N. Y. Cen 2.400
N. Y., N. H.&H. 6.000
North. Pacific .. 8,000
Pacific Mall 2,600
Pac. Tel. ft Tel.. 400
Pan-Am. Pet. ..135.400
Pennsylvania ... 6,600
Pittsburg ft W. V. 2,500
Pittsburg Coal .. 6,700
Ry Con. Cop. ... 2,300
Ind. Al. ... 3,600
Steel, Pfd.. 800
Ren. Iron ft S.
Shat. Ariz. Cop
Sin. Oil ft Ref.
Stude. Corp. . .
Union Pacific .
U. Cigar Stores
Elec. . .
Royal Dutch .
Ohio Clue's . .
. . 4,600
. . 6,000
Has Reported 7 Wells
On acreage in which it has leasehold interests, since
May 21st, showing a daily flush production rate
Aggregating 10,825 bbls. Oil
Including production previously Reported
Of which the Company's interest
ia approximately 7,500 barrels
Construction and Drilling Operations
The corporation has purchased approximately
100 carloads of pipe line, refinery and steel tank sup
plies, which are being received, rapidly assembled
and placed in position to care for its expected very
large additional production from the 41 more wells
in various stages of drilling on its leasehold interests
in the Northwest Extension, Burkburnett Field,
8 OF THESE WELLS ARE NOW REPORTED
"ON THE SAND," READY TO COME IN AS SOON
AS THEY CAN BE CONNECTED WITH THE PIPE
LINE; TWO OF THEM ARE EXPECTED TO BE
CONNECTED WITH THE PIPE LINE AND
BROUGHT IN WITHIN THE NEXT FEW DAYS.
Total Capitalization $3,000,000. Outstanding $2,471,940.
Over 20,000 Acres, Texas, Oklahoma. Pipe Lines. Refineries.
Large Earnings. Dividends 3 Quarterly.
Traded in on the New York Curb.
Descriptive Circular and Maps on Request.
C. D. KNAPP
Singer Building, New York.
The statements herein, while not guaranteed, have been ob
tained from what we consider to be reliable and
As Syndicate Members
We Offer Subject to Prior Sale
City of Copenhagen (Denmark)
5 Municipal Bonds at
93 and Interest
To yield the investor from 6.24 to 6.84.
Denominations of $500 and $1,000.
For Detailed Information Address
JAMES T. WACHOB
424-426 Omaha National Bank Building
Telephone Douglas 746.
Omshs, Aug-. 7, 1919.
Grnln srrlvsls tojsjr vers 105 cars of
wheat, 21 cars of corn, 6 cars of oats,
S cars of ry and 1 car of barlsy. Vir
tually all of ths trading- was In wheat,
which was unchanged to a cent higher.
There was hardly enough corn sold to
make a market. A part of a car of No.
2 yellow sold 2o up. Traders failed to
meet on prices and some was carried
over. Osts were Vfc cent up. Ry was
unchanged, and barley 2 cents advance.
Caah sales today ware:
Corn No. white: 1 car, $1.10. No. I
yellow: 3-6 car, 11.85. No. mixed: 1
cars, 11.78. 8ample mixed: 3-5 car, f 1.63
Oats No. S white; 2 cars, 691o (ship
Barley 1 car, $1.31. No. 4 barley: 1 ear,
Wheat No. 1 hard: 8 cars, $2.21; & cars,
$2.20; 4 ears, $2.19 (dark smutty); 2 cars,
$2.18 (smutty); 8 cars, $2.17 (smutty); 1
car. $2.16 (smutty); 1 car, $2.07 (very,
smutty.) No. 2 hard: 9 cars, $2 17; 1 car,
$2.17 (smutty); 2 cars, $2.16 (yellow); 1
car, $2.16 (yellow); 2 cars, $2.15 (smutty);
2 cars. $2.14 (smutty); 3 cars, $2.07
(smutty). No. 3 hard: 2 cars, $2.14; 3
cars, $2.13: 1 car, $2.12; 1 car, $2 12
(smutty); 8 cars, $2.11 (smutty); 1 cur,
$2.05 (smutty). No. 4 hard: 1 car, $2.09.
Omaha Receipts and Shipments.
Receipts: Today Ago Ago
Wheat 105 250 14
Corn 21 38 62
Oats 6 20 13
Kye 6 1 0
Bailey 1 1
Wheat 128 94 97
Corn 40 36 46
Oats 22 9 6
Rye 1 1 0
Barley 1 0
OMAHA GRAIN INSPECTION.
The number of cars of grain of the sev
eral grades Inspected "in" here during the
last 24 hours follows:
Wheat No. 1 hart), 9 cars; No. 2 hard,
31 cars; No 3 hard, 21 cars; No. 4 hard,
32 cars; No. 5 hard, 10 cars; sample hard,
1 car; No. 2 mixed, 1 car; No. 3 mixed,
1 car; No. 4 mixed, 1 car; No. 6 mixed,
1 car; No. 3 spring, 2 cars; No. 4 spring.
1 car. Total, 111 cars.
fTftrn - Kn t whlta 9. ara' Hrt 4 urhfte
3 cars; No. 1 white, 1 car; No. 4 white, 1
car; No. t whits, I car; No. yellow, 1
car; No. 2 yellow, S cars; No. 4 yellow, 2
care; No, t yellow, 1 car; No. 1 mixed, 1
car; No. t mixed, 1 car; No. mixed, 2
cars; No. 4 mixed, 1 car; aampls mixed, 1
car. Total, 31 Pars. n
Oata No. t white, 4 cars; No. 4 white,
1 car. Total, S cars.
Chleago 4 i rain and Provision.
ChlfaKo. Aug. 7. Railroad strike trou
bles which hampered the arrival of corn
her lifted the corn market today, but
th effect was later partly counterbal
anced by th federal trad commission
report that food supplies were larger
than was the case a year ago. Corn
quotations closed unsettled, hi cents net
lower to 4 '4 cents advance, with Sep
tember $1.86 to $1.86H, and December
$1.61) to $1.50,. i Oata .finished un
changed to m cents lower, and pro
visions down 10 to 60 cents.
Owing to the fact that contract storks
of corn her amount to only 360,000
bushels because of the chance that a
complete shut-off from new supplies might
soon take plac. material advances which
resulted In th prlc of the Heptember de
livery were maintained throughout th
session. On the other hand, sentiment
as to the more distant months changed
radically during; the last half of the day.
Other reasons ascribed for late downturns
In the quotations of new crop month
were a walkout of white employes In th
stock yards here and reports of railroad
embargoes on wheat.
In the oata market, the governing
factors were virtually .the same as In
Provisions turned weak when new labor
troubles developed In the packing houses
Art. I Open. I High. l,ow. I Close. I -Tes'y.
Corn I II
Sept. 1.83 1.8 1.82UI 1.861, 1.81H
Dec. 1.52W 1.S3H 1.484 1501, 1 . 6 1 '4
May 1.60 1.50 1.451 1.47Vil 14$H
('.its I I I
Sept. .74 .UK .71 -72H .72':
Pec. .76V .7i .74 .75 v76";
Mav .79'i .79 .774 .78H .78 A,
Pork I I
Kept. 148 16 48.15 45.60 45.90 146.40
Oct. 15.60 45.60 43.00 43.00 ....
l-anl I I 1
Sept. 131.90 131.92 31.80 'S1.S0 131.40
Oct. (31.80 31.82 31.05 31.05 31.25
Ribs 1 !
Sept. 126.70 126.7ft 126.00 126.18 26.30
Local Stocks and Bonds
Quotations furnished by Burns,' Brlnkar
Stocks. Bid Asked
Armour A Co.. pfd 102 lOihk
Uurgess-Nash, T pet 100
Cudahy Packing Co 11TH 11 ,
Com. Flnanc Com . 28 33
Com.' Finance, pfd 72 1
Douglas Motors Com (0 .
Flsk Rubber, 7 pet. pfd 99 V4
Gooch Food. Pd., pfd. bonus. 99 100
Harding Cream, 7 pet. pfd..J00 101
Nicholas Oil, pfd V bonus.. 8D 93
Omaha Flour Mill. 7 pet. pfd. 90 9$
Omaha Flour Mill Com 88 .....
Orchard A Wllhelm, 7 pet. pfd 99 .....
M. C. Peters Mill, 7 pet. pfd.. 99 100
Smith, M. R.. 7 pot. pfd., 1983.101 ....
Swift 3k Co 136Vi 186
t'nlon Stock Tarda. Omaha.. 101 103
Union P. 4k l.. 7 pet, pfd.... 99 109
(Till Hotel Rldg.. 6s, 1921-30.. 91 100
Omaha Athletic 6s. 1920 98 100
O., C. B. St. Ry., 6s, 1938.... 78 12
Omaha, City of, various 4.63 .?
Union St. Yds., O.. 1st 6s, 1931 96 17
I J. S. L. Bk.. ts. 1923-3$.. 101 101
Kansas City Produce.
Kansaa City. Mo., Aug. 7. Butter
Creamery, unchanged; packing, He lower,
Eggs Unchanged ; firsts. 45c; seconds,
Poultry Hens. o lower, 28 27c;
Kansas City. Aug 7. Corn September,
$1.834 ; December. $1.49; May, $147
Duluth. Aug. 7. Unseed, $6.08 6.07.
Minneapolis. Aug. 7. Flour Un
changed. Barley $1.131. 33.
Rye Un. 2. $1.451 46.
Bra n $48 no.
Corn $l.ss tr 1.89.
Oats 68 4('7 0o.
St. 1ouls Grain.
St. T.ouls. Aust. 7. Corn September,
$1.86; December. $1.49.
Oats September, 73Tc; December, 75a.
T ft ADC MAKR
1116-1118 - Douglas SI-
The small lease of the Burk-Waggoner Oil Company in the Northwest Burkburnett Pool re
cently sold for $2,000,000.00. This lease had only one producing well thereon. It has been only
a few months since the Burk-Waggoner was organized the company had only one lease they
drilled only one well then they sold out for $2,000,000.00 and every stockholder received the enor
mous sum Of $3,333.33 for each $100 he had invested.
$15,000.00 FOR EVERY $100 INVESTED
Not long ago the Fowler Farm Oil Company of Texas was organized. The future of this
company was most uncertain its properties were small and unproven yet it was able to raise
enough money to drill a well. Soon after its first well was completed the company sold out and
every stockholder received $15,000.00 in return for each $100 invested.
FIFTY NEW OIL MILLIONAIRES
These new oil fields of Texas have already made more than fifty new millionaires no one
knows how many more will be made. Neither is it known how many thousands have already made
quick, independent fortunes in these same fields. Never before has such great wealth been so
quickly accumulated nor by so many people. It may be truly said that here, money flows like water.
MORE THAN FIFTY PRODUCING WELLS
The INVADER COMPANY was organized two years ago. We began business with a. paid-up
capital of $60,000 and one property with four producing wells. The growth of our company has
been phenomenal. We now have more than fifty producing wells.
PAID THIRTY-TWO CASH DIVIDENDS
Our company, though only two years old, has already paid thirty-two cash dividends to our
stockholders out of our earnings. Besides paying all these dividends, our company has grown
rapidly and today stands on a solid foundation a young GIANT towering far above many of the
WE OWN 20,000 ACRES OF LEASES
We own more than 20,000 acres of carefully selected leases in the famous oil fields of
Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. We own leases in the wonderful RANGER FIELD, the NORTH
WEST BURKBURNETT POOL and the famous GLENN POOL, YOUNGSTOWN POOL, OKMUL
GEE FIELD, BALD HILL FIELD and NOWATA FIELD, in Oklahdma. We own leases in the
BUTLER COUNTY FIELD and in the CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY FIELD of Kansas. We have more
than fifty producing wells and we are now drilling eight additional wells on our properties in
Texas and Oklahoma. We will drill twenty more wells just as fast as possible.
$25,000 PER ACRE FOR LEASE NEAR OUR PROPERTY
The Burk-Waggoner well (mentioneed above) was quickly followed by many other gushers
drilled in that pool. Nearly all of these big prushers are within a mile of the properties of the
INVADER OIL AND REFINING COMPANY OF TEXAS. Many of these gushers are only a
few hundred feet distant from our tremendously valuable leases. Twenty-five thousands dollars
was paid last week for a lease on a single acre near us. One of our leases is located in the center
of a mile circle which takes in almost all the famous wells and incloses a veritable forest of drill
2,500-BARREL WELL NEAR US
3,000-BARREL WELL CLOSE TO US
5,000 TO 7,000-BARREL GUSHERS CROWD AROUND US
On every side of our property derricks are going up over night. Actual drilling is starting just
as fast as machinery can be moved in. Our first well will be drilled half way between the 7,000
barrel Texas Chief gusher and the Golden Cycle gusher, which is reported making 5,000 barrels of
high-grade oil daily. A 2,500-barrel well just came in a few hundred feet south of us. The Gray
Gander well came in good for 3,000 barrels a few hundred feet west of us on the same day. We
have room for more than twenty wells on our properties in this field alone.
DRILLING AMONG BIG GUSHERS
'We are now drilling among the big gushers among the greatest the largest the most
famous oil wells in America. Our properties in the Ranger Field and the Northwest Burkburnett
Pool couldTiardly be better or more favorably located. We feel certain of bringing in several
enormous wells in the next few weeks.
ALREADY MAKING BIG MONEY
We already have more than fifty producing wells that are making mighty good profits for our
company These wells have been paying our dividends and enabling our company to grow rapidly.
Already our company has paid thirty-two cash dividends and we will pay another dividend the
first of next month.
BIG GUSHERS MEAN ENORMOUS PROFITS
When the wells we are now drilling in gusher territory come in big producers, then the earn
ings and profits of our company will be enormous then our company will pay much larger divi
dends than it has already paid. Then, too, our stock will advance tremendously in value.
YOUR GREATEST OPPORTUNITY
Now! NOW!! N-O-W-!-!-! is the greatest opportunity you will ever have to get stock in a big
successful dividend-paying company. A company that already has more than fifty producing wells
a company that has already paid thirty-two cash dividends. We refer you to Bradstreet's Com
mercial Agency and bankers and conservative business men everywhere
STOCK $1.50 PER SHARE
You can buy our stock now for $1.50 per share. We are offering only a limited number of
shares for sale. This money will be used to develop our great Texas gusher properties. This
stock will be offered for a short time only. We reserve the right to withdraw it from the market
at any time.
OIL MAPS, PICTURES, FULL INFORMATION
Send for our maps of the great oil fields of Texas and Oklahoma, together with our splendidly
illustrated folder containing full and complete information.
DON'T WAIT DON'T DELAY
Buy some of our stock now while you can get it. Buy now before the price advances far be
yond your reach. You can pay for your shares on monthly payments if you wish.
USE THE COUPONS BELOW DO IT NOW! '
COUPON NO. 1.
THE INVADER COMPANY1, .(604)
Inclosed find my remittance lor $
in part payment for
in full payment for shares
of stock in your company. I afree to pay the balance (if
any) in four monthly payments. Shares $1.50 each.
COUPON NO. 2.
THE INVADER COMPANY, (804)
Pleas send m on of your large folders containing
maps of the Texas Oil Fields, numerous pictures and
complete information concerning your remarkable com
pany ALL FREE.
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