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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18. 1919.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
HA E Inquiries for food home In food
locations Do you want to sell your
property? Lint It with C. A. Grimm!
tlOmihi Nafl BK. Bldf.
IF your property I for ill, or rant, lUt
lr with the AFRO-AMERICAN REALTY
CO.. J70S Lske, Webster MO.
FOR quick results Hat your property with
8. P BOSTWICK A SON.
800 Baa Bldf, Tyler 0.
POP quick sale Hat your property with
W. O. 8HRIVER.
WE can aall your 4 to 7-room houaa; Hat
It with ua. Cretan. (08 Baa, Douflas
8HOPEN 4 COMPANY. Don. 4111.
Save money and time, aea ua first,
-year pptlonal loana. 6 par oant.
Omaha, 505 Keeltne Bid. Dour 64.
Council Bluffa, la.. 14 Pearl 8t Tel. 101.
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS.
OKEEFE RE AX, ESTATE CO.
loifi Om Nat. Bk. Bide Doug. I71S.
Real Estate Loans and Mortgages.
&Vi and 6 p. o. loans on real estate, Private
money. R. J. Shields. 601 Keellne. D. 6893
MONEY to lend on Improved Real Eatate.
Intareat payable eeml-anually. W. H.
THOMAS A SON, 228 Keellne Bldf.
CITY and farm loana; 6V4 and S par cent;
no delay. J. H. Dumont & Co.. 418
$100 to 110.000 MADE promptly. F. D.
Weed, Weed Bldg . lath and Farnam.
D E BUCK. LoanT443 Omaha Natl.
MONEY to loan on automobiles; rates rea
sonable. Box O-!0, Bee.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
HOUSE AND ACRE.
Lies fine, high and sightly, four blocks
from Benson oar line, juat north of Dun
dee, alx lota, SOxUS feet, with good five
room bungalow; oak finish In living
room and dining room, oak floors, fine
well and clatern. with soft water in the
kitchen; garage; large cave; chicken
home; atable for three head; all kinds
of fruit, alfalfa, grapea and plenty of
garden space; everything In Al condi
tion. Thla place Is a bargain at $5, 600.
Require) about 12.000 to 12,600 to han-
D. V. SHOLES CO.,
15 City. Nat. Bk. Bldg
Guaranteed to pay t per cent on the
Inveatment. 1,600 acrea, part valley al
falfa land, timber, portion table land,
productive crop land. 135 per acre, will
carry 129.000, 6 years at per cent.
770 acres, 1 miles from good town on
th main line of the U. P. from Denver
to Kanaas City, about 60 miles south
east of Denver. Location, quality of
soil, Improvements and terms are sel
dom If aver duplicated. Price 122,600.
C. K. DA VIES. 1
Kearney, Neb. ,
LOW PRICED EASTERN COLORADO
Come with us next Tuesday for the
Flagler district and secure a farm where
prices are still low 125 to 140. Don't
wait phone us today. D. 4264. Shedd
Investment Company, Railway Ex
FOR SALE 160 acres wheat land, north
eaatern Colorado. mile from town
and railroad; now under cultivation
and under care of reliable renter; land
rising In value quickly; 150 per acre;
communicate direct with owner. How-
ard M. Batchelder, Sterling, Colo.
'0,000 ACRES choice raw or Improved Lit
ooln Co., Colo., lands. Bargains. Eaav
terms. See J. L. Maurer. Arriba. Coin
ANOTHER GOOD ONE.
Can"t wait long, these kind aell quick;
160 acres Hamilton county, located three
miles from Marquette, Neb. XJood five
room house, barn for six head of horses,
hay mow for 6 tons of hay. leanto for
6 cows, chicken housed good well and
windmill, 1 cistern, 70 acres under plow,
lies level to gently rolling, 25 acres of
which Is In alfalfa, perfect stand. The
balance of this quarter Is In rolling pas
ture, all the very best of black loam
soil, with clay sub-soil. Place all fenced
and cross-fenced. Some nice shade and
fruit trees. An Ideal grain and stock
farm. Price 1115 per acre, about one
third rash, balance good terms. If in
terested, address Larson & Carraher,
Central City, Neb.
BRINGING UP FATHER
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Copyright 1919 International News Service.
THi It) A
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
FOR SALE A very choice valley farm
consisting of 273 acres, situated In Mills
county, Iowa, and located about 15 miles
from Council Bluffs. Good seven-room
house, barn, corn crib and other neces
sary buildings. This Is a sandy loam
farm and easy to cultivate and has no
wsste land. This year's crop Is as
follows: Corn, ISO acres; wheat and
oats. 65 acres; hay field. 30 acres, bal
ance In pasture. This property is
owned by a non-resident and Is offered
at sn exceedingly reasonable figure for
Immediate sale. Price 1175 per acre.
V'qr full particulars address Bromley
& Lewis. Glenwood. la.
4'i'i-ACRE farm for sale, 3 miles north of
Sloan. la.; buildings on the King of
Trails, which will soon be paved Price
1275 per acre; $10,000 on contract. $30.
000 March 1, 1920, b lance carried back
at. 6 per cent. Security bank. Sloan. la.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
FOR SALE 1600-acre ranch, 44 miles
from Lynch and two miles from Gross,
Neb.; plenty of water, pasture and hay
land; 1100 acres In pasture, 135 acres
of alfalfa, balance hayland; 12 acres
hog-tight; an excellent place for hogs,
cattle and horses; buildings, yards and
windmills all new and would take $10.
OuO to duplicate. Price for a short time,
$60 per acre. Harry E. Dawe. owner,
Two of the beat large cattle ranches
In Kansas; 3,500 acres; Greenwood
County; 400 acrea of alfalfa; 3,200 acres
Wichita County. N. C. Tate, Howard,
160 ACRES rolling land, 6 miles from
Craig, I miles Bertha; 120 acre cult.,
80 acres hog-tight fence; spring stream;
good improvements; S acres oak timber;
well; wind mill; blue grass pasture.
Price only $200 per acre; easy terms.
Clarence Dingle, Agent. Cra lg, Neh,
FOR SALE My four Improved farms in
Kimball county; all of them ready to
move onto; loine winter wheat on part
of them; can rent them If buyer wishes;
two 640-acre places: one 220-acre, one
160-acre. Write for particulars and
pries. Guy Forsllng, Kimball. Neb.
FOR SALE 30-acre tract of ground ad
joining C, B. & Q. track at Schaupps
Siding, between Ashton and Loup City.
Well Improved. Trice $5,500. Address
the owner. Wm. Lewandowski, Loup
320 acres, 8 miles from Newport; all
but 40 acres In crop; 45 acres In alfalfa;
buildings worth $6,000 and In splendid
repair. This is a corking good place
and cheap at $60 an acre. Terms.
Rough section north of Dlx. near Kirk;
100 acres tillable; 110 an acre; terms.
320 acrea, 9 miles from Bayard and 4
miles from be?t dump, 201 acres umlor
Irrigation and in rrop. Fine set of new
buildings worth fti.OOO. This 1 under
the government canal. A bargain at $tJU
174 acres, 6 miles from South Omaha,
and one-half mile from Fort (.'rook; fair
buildings: nearly all tillable. Som" fine
bottom pasture; $S7.50 an acre; one-half
r. 37 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
IMPROVED 280-acre farm in Todd coun
ty. Minnesota; buildings consist of seven-room
bouse, barn, granary, corncrib,
windmill, etc.; 130 acres under cultiva
tion, balance used for meadow and pas
ture; no waste land; this 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. 1028 Plymouth
Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
'AN IDEAL STOCK RANCH FOR SALE"
Eight hundred acres In one body; 400
acres 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 rall
rond. School on land. For particulars,
address Y-615, Omaha Bee.
ONE HUNDRED beautiful farms for sals
in the vicinity of Mankato, Blue Earth
County, Minnesota Come and see them
George Atchison Land Co., Mankato.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
For Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota
farms and ranches, see
ALEXANDER & GIPE,
Doug. 9008. 821 Paxton BIk.
DID YOU EVER SEE THE LIKE
The cleanest and best stock of nearly
new cars in Omaha. Including two Cadil
lac eights, two Hudson sixes, 17 Stuts,
special, 19 Overland, two IS Chevrolets,
Podge. Grant six, Saxon six, Maxwell,
Mitchell, a bunch of Fords and manV
others; ail sold under a guarantee of
money back If not satisfied.
TRAWVER AUTO CO.,
RENT A NEW FORD
12 CENTS PER MILE.
TOO ARE COVERED BY INSUR
ANCE AGAINST LIABILITY RESULT
ING FROM ACCIDENT.
50 NEW 1919 MODEL FORD CARS
FORD LIVERY CO.
DOUG. 8622. 1314 HOWARD.
GOOD 160-acre farm; 80 in cultivation,
rest pasture; 4 miles from county seat;
water In house, good outbuildings.
Taken at once. $15 acre. Address owner,
Thomas McGulre. Imperial. Neb.
A GRKAT LAND DEAL.
440 acres by Chadron, $19 per acre;
great snap; act at once or be too late.
F. M. Hl'RLESS, HADAR, NEB.
FOR farms and farm loans In Washington,
Douglas and Sarpy counties, see Paul
Petersen, 364 Brandels Theater Bldg.
Phone D. 1S05 or Walnut 3106.
WRITE me for pictures and prices of my
farms and ranches in good old Dawes
county. Arab L. Hungerford. Craw
A. LEE & COMPANY.
Expert automobile washers, slmonyers
and polishers: all work guaranteed
2309 N. IStb St. Victor Garage. Ph
3701 SOUTH J1ST ST. SOUTH 399
PROMPT DELIVERY ON ALL MODELS
NEBRASKA WHITE CO.
FRED C. ROGERS, MGR. TYLER 17T.
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. 410L
USED cars of exceptional value.
GUY L. SMITH,
2563 Farnam St. , Doug. 1970.
FOR Western Nebraska and Eastern Col
orado lands see
HELD LAND CO..
66' Brandda Bldg
MERRICK COUNTY. Improved corn mid
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. 6 1 fi Om. Nat. Bk. Bid g.
IMPROVED and unimproved wheat farms.
Kimball county. Neb. R. E. Holmes.
FOR NEBRASKA LANDS SEE
A. A. PAT2MAN.
301 Karbaeh BIk Tyler 684.
FOR SALE Choice stock and dairy farms
in Grant and Crawford counties. Write
for list. Chas. W. O'Neill, Bridgeport,
FARM LANDS WANTED.
WE will sell your farm; timely sales,
quick returns. Held Land Co.. 664
FOR SALE Bulck 17, D-35 Touring .car,
overhauled. New batteries. Price 1510.
Dr. Knollenberg, 4718 South 24th. Tel.
USED CARS AND TRUCKS
AT BARGAIN PRICES.
STANDARD MOTOR CAR CO.
- 2020 Farnam St. Omaha, Neb
FORDS. BUICKS, DODGE. NEW AND
USED CARS. FORD BODIES.
O'ROURKE-GOLDSTROM AUTO CO..
$100 Reward for any magneto we can't re
pair. Sole mnfrs. of new self-spacing af
finity spark plug. Baysdorfer, 21 0 N 18th
BARGAINS IN USED CARS. ,
McCaffrey Motor Co.
15th & Jackson. Pord Agents, D. 1500.
DANDY Chevrolet, 6-pass., 1918 model;
Kuod tires and extras; bargain If sold
todny. 107 S 44th. Phone Walnut 2818.
"NEB. BUICK AUTO CO.,
2563 Farnam St. Doug. 1970.
AUTOMOBILE electrical repairs; service
station for Rayfield carburetors and
Columbia storage batteries. Edwards.
GOOD USED CARS.
GUY L. SMITH.
11 11 11
TO SHARE IN
The profits derived from the operation of a theater as well as the
rental received from apartments and stores.
BEAR IN MIND:
Profits heretofore going to a few individuals in operating theaters, will go to the
stockholders. Just take a little survey to satisfy yourself that an opportunity to par
ticipate in dividends like this is rare. We are placing a limited amount of 7 cumu
lative preferred stock at $50.00 a share. Our advice to you, act quick; this stock
will be grabbed up in a hurry-
24th and Ames
Theater, Apartments and Store Building As It Will Appear When Completed.
Authoritative Estimated Earnings and Expenses
Theater Admission Receipts $62,092.00
Apartments and Stores t. . . . . . .... 18,885.00
Total Receipts ............. .r.. . .i :. . $80,977.00
Expenses .:. . . . . . .:. $44,484.00
Total Net Profits ... . . .
No Promotion Stock
We are not making any excessive claims, but know, after a little investigation on
your part, you will say that we have a proposition that is hard to equal.
Population in North Omaha Is Equal to That of Lincoln, Nebraska.
We will accept Liberty Bonds at
par value in payment of stock.
AMES REALTY CORPORATION,
Am interested in your proposition. With
out obligations on my part kindly mail me
'B" ADDRESS .
Ames Realty Corporation
ERIC J. HALLGREN, President. w. B. BURKETT, Vice President.
RALPH F. CLARY, Secretary-Treasurer.
2404-6 Ames Avenue. Telephone Colfax 175.
Market and Industrial News of the Day
Omaha Live Stock.
Omaha, Auf. 12, 1919.
Receipts were: Cattle Hogs Sheep
Official Monday 16,273 4,424 44.5J2
Estimate Tuesday .. 5,300 4.400 35,000
2 days this week ...21,573 9.024 72.6S2
Same last week 23.4U3 9,371 68.148
Same days 2 wks ago 25,568 17,756 58,289
Same 3 wks ago 30,960 16.268 40,034
Same days year ago. .16.046 13.724 37,4
Cattle There was an extremely light
Tuesday's run of cattle here today, only
6.300 head being reported In. Compared
with the size of "he total run the supply
of natives was large and the market open
ed stow, packers being out for a S6c re
duction in prices. Butcher stock was ac
tive and fully steady; some of the good
ones selling stronger. Feeder offerings
were limited and sold very readily at
prices that were 25o or more above yester
day. Trade in western beef started earlier
this morning, prices generally steady with
Quotations on Cattle Choice to prime
beeves, 17. 60 18.50; good to choice
beeves, 17.5018.40; good to choice
beeves. $16.75 17.26; fair to good beeves,
S14.0015.60; common to fair beeves,
ilj.0014.00; choice to prime yearlings.
$17.0018.00; good to choice yearlings,
15.00 16.76; fair to food yearlings,
$12.60eH 60; common to fair yearlings,
$10.00(512.SO; good to choice heifers,
$10.00iSil3.00; good to choice cows, 19.26
12.00; fHlr to good cows, $7.609.00; com
mon to fair cows, J5.767.60; good to choice
stackers. $12.00614.00; medium to good
feeders, 110 0011.50; good to choice
stockers. $9.0011.00: fair to good stack
ers, $7.509.00; common to fair stockers.
$6.507.50; stock heifers. $S.608.60;
stork cows. $6.007.60; stock calves, 17.50
10.00; veal calves, I8.0013.00; bulls,
stags, etc., t7.0012.00: choice to prime
grass beeves. $14.0015,25; good to choice
grass beeves, $12.00 13. 50; fair to good
grass beeves, $10.0011.60; common to
fair grass beeves. $8.00 9.50; Mexican
beeves, $7. 50 9. 00.
So. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
11 1097 $11 25 33 1076 $17 00
15 1310 17 25
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
10 650 16 00 61 876 17 00
23 928 18 00
10 983 6 65 6 9940 47 40
45 938 8 00 20 836 8 35
24 960 8 70 16 996 9 00
6 868 9 10 13 846 9 50
16 694 8 50 14 765 9 00
8 732 10 00 8 913 10 26
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
61 743 9 35 9 902 9 75
Cash. Time. Liberty Bonds.
WANTED FOR SPOT CASH. 1U0 USED
CARS; quick action; no delay. Auto Ex
change Co.. 2059 Farnam St. D. 6035.
UNITED AUTO PARTS CO.,
RELIABLE REBUILT CARS.
THE DIXIE FLYER.
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY
2520 Farnam St.
OAKLAND, Sensible Six.
MARSH OAKLAND CO.
2300 Farnam St
FOR TERMS ON USED CARS-
VAN BRUNT S
Look for the red seal on wind shield.
FOR SALE Super Hudson, model H; 6
new rord tires; reflnished and repaint
ed. $1,260. Douglas 4870.
ONE Ford Touring car in good condition.
for sale. Phone South 4252.
NEW Oakland touring car. Web. 6754.
Repairing and Painting.
RADIATOR CORES INSTALLED.
Manufactured in Omaha, 24-hour serv
ice, for auto, truck and tractor. Expert
radiator and tender repairing; body
dents removed; new fenders made.
OMAHA AUTO RADIATOR MFQ. CO.,
1819 Cuming St. Tyler 917
F. P. BARNUM CO., 2125 Cuming. Doug
las 8044. High grade automobile painting.
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.
WE will ship, subject to examination, our
3.500-mlle guaranteed tires at these
30x3 t 7.80 S 9.90
30xRH 1.96 11.90
32x3 10.50 12.60
34x4 12.00 14.75
Express prepaid when cash accompanies
Standard Tire Co.,
410 North 13th St. Phone Douglas 3830
NEW AND USED TIRE BARGAINS.
SEE US FIRST AND SAVE MONEY.
FARNAM TIRE AND RUBBER CO.,
2914 FARNAM ST W K758.
NO need for steam soaked carcasses. We
leircau ana reouna urea uj uiyuuio
process. Ideal Tire Service. 2576 Har
GAIN more miles; have your tires re
treaded by O. & G. Tire Co.
2415 Leavenworth. Tyler 1261-W.
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
HARLET - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES-
Bargains In used machines. Victor H.
Roos, the Motorcycle man. 27th and
THE SALVATION Army industrial home
solicits your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. We collect We distribute.
Phone Doug. 4136 and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new home.
1110-1112-1114 Dodge St
To Whom it May Concern: I will not be
responsible for debts contracted by wife.
Lulu E. Nickels, from Aug. 12. Benno
WILL E. H. Shelly please caU Vee at
RENT Electric vacuum sweeper by the
day. Delivered. Webster 4283.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles.
FOR SALE A pig with five legs; three
legs in front and can walk; the color is
red, and it's healthy. Write or call on
Wm. C. Wascher. Beemer. Neb.
Buy on Birdhaven Profit Ktarlni Plan.
Phone Web. 2884. O. S. Pettis. Ageat
Harness, Saddles end Trunks.
m... mum vuisnre.
ALFRED CORNISH & C?Q.. 1810 FarMm
TEAM, harness and wagon all complete
iur jjau: act quick. Douglas 4964. Z4Z1
SOUND, new, coarse hay. 115 per ton.
Wagoner, 801 N. 16th.
FINE driving mare, worth $76; first $35
takes her. Call Colfax 2649.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
WHITE kitten wants home. WTalnut 3626
MONEY TO LOAN.
Short Term Notes
Quotations furnished hy The Peters
Trust company: Bid. Asked.
First Liberty 3s 99.90
Arm. Con. Deb. 6s, 1924 101 103
Beth. Steel 7s. 1922 102 102
Canada 5s, 1921 87H .98
Cudahy 7s. 192$ 101 102
Int. R. T. 6s, 1921 86ft 87
Kan. City Ter. 6s. 1922 100H 100
Proctor & G. 7s. 1922 10214 13
Russian Rubles 6 Ha. 1936 97 101
Union Pacific 6s 1928 10214 103
Wilson & Co. 6s. 1928 98 98 1j
Third Liberty 41s 94.84
Fourth Liberty 4i,s 93.22
Am. For. S!C. 1919 991, 100
Am. Tel. & Tel. 6s. 1925 1014 102
Am. Tel. 6s, 1924 99 100
Am. Tobacoo 7s, 1922 102 103
Am. Tobacco 7s, 1923 1031 10314
Anglo-French ,6s, 1920 97V 9714
Arm. Con.- Deb. 6s. 1928 101 102
Omaha, City of, various 4.62 pet.
Un. Stk. Yds. Om. 1st 6s. 1931 96 97
Wilson Conv. 6s. 1928 981s 99 V4
61 784 10 36 37 910 10 66
22 976 11 00
17 cows. $16 10 60 6 cows 1113 10 50
39stkrs. 777 11 16 17 fdrs.. 874 12 20
3hfrs.. 820 9 75 46 cows. 812 10 26
43 cows. 894 9 20 20 strs.l017 10 26
32 strs.1127 12 00
Hogs Receipts today amounted to 66
loads, estimated at 4,400 head. There was
a vigorous demand and trade active at
prices that opened 25c higher than yes
terday and gradually improved, with the
late sales as much as 60c higher. Bulk
of today's sales was $21.0021.60, with a
top at $22.00.
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av. Sh. Pr.
66. .249 70 $21 00 61. .236 70 $21 06
81. .216 70 21 00 60. .249 ... 21 li
64. .206 110 21 20 22. .213 ... 21 25
75. .229 190 31 30 54. .308 ... 21 40
64. .236 ... 21 60 29. .233 ... 21 75
79. .220 80 22 00
Sheep More sheep and lambs were re
ceived at Omaha today than at any other
of the primary markets, about 35,000 head
showing up. Character of the offerings
wss about the same as usual, fully three
fourths of the run consisting of feeders.
Packers were out early looking over the
receipts and the demand from this quar
ter was broad and active, with prices
ruling about 1015e higher. Best fat
lambs changed hands around $16.60
16.66, with choice ewes quotable up to
$9.00. Wethers and yearlings were scarce,
but toppy wethers would bring $10. SO. and
choice yearlings are safely quotable up to
$10.60. Although feeding lambs were
plentiful, there was considerable compe
tition from country buyers and specula
tors; trade averaged strong to 16c higher;
best feeder lambs sold at $14.50.
Quotations on sheep: Lambs, good to
choice, $16.0016.65; lambs, fair to good,
$15.O015.75; feeder lambs, good to choice.
$14.0014.50; feeder lambs, medium, $13.00
13.76: lamb culls, $10.0012.00: year
lings. $9.7610.50; wethers, $9.009.75;
ewes, good to choice, $7.75 8.75; ewes,
fair to good, $6.00 7.60; ewe culls and
canners, $2.606.00; breeding ewes, $9.00
ORGANIZED by the Business Men of
umana. FURNITURE. pianos and
notes as security. $40 6 mo.. H. goods,
total. $3 60.
PROVIDENT LOAN SECURITY.
432 Security Bldg. 16th A Farnam. Ty. 668.
LOANS ON DIAMONDS,
EAGLE LOAN OFFICE
1301 DOUGLAS ST.
FARMS and city loans.
JC. H. LOUGEE. INC.
(38 Keellne Bids.
Chicago live Stock.
Chicago, Aug. 12. Cattle Receipts. 17.
000 head; estimated receipts tomorrow,
11,000 head; market weak; beef steers,
medium and heavy weight: Choice and
prime $17.60 19.35; medium and good.
$13.2517.60; common, $10.6013.25; light
weight, good and choice, $15.0018.75;
common and medium, $9.7515.00; butcher
cattle heifers, $7.75(3H5.25; cows, $7.60'B
(S14.50; canners and cutters, $6.257.50;
veal calves, light and handy weight. $20.00
21.00; feefler steers, $8.2513.75; stack
er steers. $1.00 iff 11.25.; western range beef
steers, $9.76iffll7.00; western range cows
and heifers, $S.0013.50.
Hogs Receipts, 17,000 head; estimated
receipts tomorrow, 10,00 head; unsettled
mostly 2740c higher; top. $23.40; heavj
weight, $21.2523.25; medium weight.
$21.4023.30; light weight, $21.2523.35;
light lights, $19.2522.00; heavy packing
sows, smooth, $20.2521.16; packing sows,
rough. $19.0020.25: pigs, $17.6019.60.
Sheep Receipts, 26.000 head; estimated
receipts tomorrow, 28,000 head; stronn;
lambs, 84 pounds down. $14.2517.25; culls
and common, $10.00013.75; yearling weth
ers, $10.25 13.00; ewes, medium, good and
choice, $7.509.OO; culls and common.
New York Coffee.
New York. Aug. 12. The market for
coffee futures was steadier during today's
trading on a rally In Santos futures and
reports of a better spot demand. The
opening was 6 to 10 points hlghe and
December sold up to 21.10c before the
end of the morning, or about 20 points
higher. The buying, however, seemed to
be pretty well confined to two or three
brokers with European and Brazilian con
nections, and prices later eased off under
realizing, with December selling down to
20.90c. and with the general list closing
net 10 points higher to 7 points lower.
September, 21.38c; October. 21.22c; De
cember, 20.90c; January. 20.90c; March
20S5c; May, 2n.80c; July. 20.70c.
Spot coffee, firm; Rto 7s, 224c: San
tos, 4s, 29 Vic. It was reported that a
bid of 30 cents London credits had been
accepted for Santos 4s In the cost and
fielght market, but that firm offers were
generally above that. The official cables
reported no change In the Brazilian mar
kets, except In the case of Santos futures,
which were 125 to 160 rels higher. Rio
cleared 28,000 bags for New York, and
Victoria 19.000 for New Orleans. Receipts
at the two Brazilian ports were 30,000.
Omaha, August 12. 1919.
Receipts of grain today were 146 cars of
wheat, 8 cars of corn. 3 cars of oats, 3
cars of rye and no barley. Wheat prioes
were unchanged to a cent up. the bulk
a cent advance. There was hardly enough
corn sold to make a market. Prlcea ob
tained were unchanged to a cent lower.
Oats were H to 1 cent off, generally He
decline. Rye was unchanged. There was
no barley marketed up to a late hour.
Cash sales today were:
Corn No. 6 white: 1 car. $1.95. No. I
yellow: t ear. $1.P6. No. 1 yellows 1
car. $1.96. No. 3 yellow: 1 car, $1.16.
Oats No. 1 white, 1 car, 7314c. No. 3
white: I cars, 73c; 1 car. 724c. No. 4
white: 3 cars, 72VC.
Rye No. 2: 1 car. 11.45.
Wheat No. 1 hard: cars. $2 21; 1 ear,
$1.20; 1 car. $2.19, t cars, $2.19 (smutty).
No. 2 hard: 1 csr, $2 22 (dark, smutty);
1 car. $2.20; 1 car. $2.19; 15 cars, 12.18:
2 cars, $2 18 (smutty); 12 cars, $2.17; 1
car, $2.U (yellow); I car, $3.07 (smutty).
No. 3 hard: 1 car. $2.19; 4 cars. $2.16; 1
car. $1.14; 1 tar, $2 13; 1 car. $2.12. No. 4
hard: 1 car, $2.13; 1 car. $3.06 (yellow).
No. 6 hard: 1 car. $2 03; 1 car. $2 03 (yel
low); S cars, $2 03. No. 8 northern spring:
1- csr, $2.21. No. 4 northern spring: 1
car, $3.16 (smutty); 1 car, $2.13. No.
northern spring, 1 car, $2.06.
OMAHA GRAIN MOVEMENT.
Receipts Today. Wk. Ago. Yr. Ago
New York, Aug. 12 Dullness and Ir
regular price changes were the conspicu
ous features of today's stock market. The
volume of business dwindled almost to
the smallest total of any full aesslon in
many weeks, sales amounting to only
Unlike the previous ay, the opening
was nravy, evidently as a direct conse
quence of pressure from the short inter
est, which centered mainly in steels and
the shares of related groups.
Thereafter the list rallied and reacted
slternately, equipments, oils and some of
the food Issues, as well us various unim
portant specialties helping to stabilise the
market. Ralls, tobaccos and sundry un
classified stocks moved contrarily, but the
tone at the close waa firm to strong,
Baldwin Locomotive leading at a gain of
almost 7 points.
There were no essential changes In fun
damental conditions touching upon the
stock market, call money remaining com
paratively easy, despite misgiving created
by the heavy withdrawal of federal de
posits. The industrial situation was more favor
able. Additional capital underwrltlngs
were reported, Including the formation of
a syndicate for the sale of the new United
States Ruhber common stock. Rumors
dealing with new foreign loans, with In
timations of a French municipal offer
ing, were said to be premature. Inci
dentally, exchange on Paris was slightly
firmer, rates to other Important centers
also Improving, r
American Can . . .
Amer. C. & F . . . .
Amer. H. & L.. Pfd.
Amer. S. & Re
Amer. Suma. Tob.
Amer. Tel. & Tel.
Amer. Zinc. L. & S.
Atl., G. & W. I. 8.S.
Beth. Steel "B". .15,800
Butte & Sup. Cop. 600
1.100 1 22 Si
. 2.000 13314
. 800 92
California Pet 12.300 49
Canadian Pacific. 2,600 15514
Central Leather .. 11,900 101
3,000 22314 219
Chesa. & Ohio.
C. M. & St. P..
Chicago & N. W.
C, R. I. & P....
Chino Copper ...
Colo. F. & I
Crucible Steel ...18,400 136
uuoa tana sugar. i,4ju 33ft
Dlst. Sec. Corp..
General Motors .
tGt. North., Pfd.
Illinois Central .
Int. Mer. Mar. Pfd 4.300 116
Int. Nickel 3,100 27
Int. Paper 2.600 67
K. C. Southern
Kennecott Copper 600 37
tLouts & Nash
Mex. Petroleum. .84.100 177
NJ Y. Central.
N. Y N. H. & H. 2,900
tNorfolk & West
Northern Pacific. 1,900
Psf Tpt Jtr Tl . . flflO
Pan-Amer. Pet. ..19,000 107
Pennsylvania . ... " ts
I'ltts. & W. Va... 300
Pittsburgh Coal.. 3,700
Ray Con. Cop
Rep. Iron & Steel 1,400
Sin. Oil & Refin. 15.500
Southern Pacific 10,600
Southern Railway 1,600
Tob. Products . . ,
United Cizar S. .
V. S. Ind. Alcohol 1,000 133
U. S. Steel 10,450 10414
Utah Copper ... 6,800 87
Westing. Elec. . . 2,200
Willys-Overland . 3.600
Royal Dutch 21, too
Ohio Cities 6,800
National Lead . . 300
7 ' 1
RECEIPTS IN OTHER MARKETS.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 739 7 215
Chicago Grain end Provisions.
Chicago. Aug. 12. Corn averaged lower
In price today and gave evidence that the
buying side of the market was unpopu
lar as a result largely of continued agi
tation against high cost of living. Prices
closed unsettled, at lo net decline to
c advance, with September $1.91 to
$191 and December $15$ to $1.S3.
Oats finished c to lc up. and provi
sions varying from 65c decline to a rise
of 6 cents.
Sesbosrd buying tended to lift Uie oats
Provisions were dull end weak for the
same reasons as corn. Advances In the
hog market seemed to afford no stimulus
Art. I Open. I High. I Low. I Close. I Yes'y
Sept. 1.91 I 1 93 1.90 1.91 l.tl
Dec. 1.63! 1.64 1.61 1.53 1.63
May 1.48! 1.49 1.47 1.48 1.48
Oats I I I I
Sept. : .74 .76 .74 .76 .744
Dec. .77 .78 .76 .77 .77
May .80 .81 .80 .11 .10
Sept. 48.10 48.60 47.65 47.(5 47.90
Sept. 31.65 31.66 31 36 31.33 31 66
Oct- 31.25 31.15 SI. 16 31.86 81.60
Sept. 26.35 126.60 126.35 126.65 26.66
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Illinois and Missouri, sacked, $3.oo: 25;
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New York Metals.
New York, Aug. 12 Copper Market
dull; electrolytic, spot, 2323c; August,'
2323Hc; September, 24c.
small lots for spot and prompt delivery,
Iron Steady, unchanged.
Lead Easy; spot, 6.306.60c; Septem-i
ber, 5. 40iS.5.66c.
spot, 7.157.30c; September, 7.207.37c.
Chicago, Aug. 12. Butter Lower;
creamery, 48 53c.
Poultry Alive, unsettled; springs, 33c;
First issue who wish to draw
out their money with 8 in
terest to date, Address Box
Y-362 care The Omaha Bee.
Victory Bonds and Liberty Bonds
Coupon and Registered.
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MACK'S BOND HOUSE
1421 First Nat'l Bank Bldf.
Tel. Tyler 3644.
53 Producing Oil Wells
Paid 33 Gash Dividends
That is the interesting two
year history of our company.
We own more than 20,000
acres of carefully selected
leases in Texas, Oklahoma and
Kansas. We are now drilling
three wells in the street gush
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to drill five more wells there
risht away. We have just
brought in two excellent wells
in Oklahoma and Kansas.
Dividends are being paid from
the earnings of our present 6S
wells. Tjie gushers we get in
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our earnings and dividends.
Our stock will then be takes
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fourth cash dividend will be
paid on September 1.
We Are Selliaf a Limited Number ef
Snares in Our Company to Help
Finance Our Extensive Develop
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to Acquire More Proven
Acreage en Which to Drill.
The Texas oil fields are paying
at the rate of $200,000,000. or
nearly a quarter of e billion,
a year. Our first two gushers
there are expected in within
the next thirty days. Our
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B. FRANK WOOD, President
90S Earaes Bldf. Muskogee, Okie.
Interest in flush and or settled production, reported
to date, approximately
7,500 BARRELS OIL DAILY
Total Capitalization $3,000,000. Outstanding $2,671,940.
Orer 20,000 Acres, Texas, Oklahoma. Pip Lines. Refineries.
Large Earnings. Dividends 3 Quarterly.
Officially Listed on the New York Curb
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