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THE BEE: OMAHA, THUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER "11, - 1919.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
303 SO. 50TH AVE.
NEW COLONIAL HOME
New belldlnc and can be finished to
ault: ry attractive colonial bousa,
strictly modem and up to data with
ftraplaca; sleeplnr room; til bath,
breakfast room; four badrooma; carafe
for two cars; houaa belnf finished la
oak and wh.ll. enamal ovtr birch. Baa
ua for pile, and full partteulara.
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Pourlaa mo, l-lil City National.
TWO DUNDEE LOTS FOR
At Fifty-first and Wabatar afreets.
lflvx.18 faat; stre.ts and allay pavad;
two baat lota laft In Happy Hollow dla
trtct: price $5,000, on tsrms; all taxes
paid anil frs from encumbrance.
Phnna John M. Macfarland, attornay
at law, Douslas -
PRIVATE party with eah wanU to buy 1
or 8-room horn. In Dundaa or Falr
aor, Addra O-80. Omaha Baa.
IT you want a real borne, at a bargain,
you ahould aaa Jaa. H Kopiata. raal a
tata tnveatmenta 47l 8o"tb lath M
t0 acres, located In beat farming dis
trict of Tripp county, South Dakota,
near Colome; all fenoed and under cul
tivation: two springs; six-room houaa
and other buildings In good repair. Will
aell or trade for city property.
A. B. ALPIRN,
Tth and DouasStsCsljDour. 8484.
" SIX-ACRE PLACE.
Two mllee of Council Bluffa with aa
aral food roada to tha city; food 8-room
houae. large barn: nice yard with large
walnut trees, about one aera upland:
balance creek bottom and vary rich
garden aoll; helra want to dlvlda and
offer for 88.000.
McGEE REAL ESTATE CO..
106 Pearl St.. Council Bluffa.
" OIL LEASES.
We buy and eall oil stock and leaaea.
Our Hating includes leases In Tillman
county. Oltla. : Wilbarger county and the
Panhandle section of Texaa: slso Tucum
oarl, N. M. Write ua for prlcea and fur
ther partloulara. Orcutt-Harrla & Co.,
In., 413 Southwest Reaerva Bank Bldg.,
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
nnumf AWfl W A MTBTl
Wa have caah buyera for well-located
bungalowa and raaldencea worth tha
money. For quick results. tw'tn
O'NEIL'S R. B. INS. AGENCT.
83- Brandela Thtar Bldg.
I HAVE a man who will buy your Im
proved property and pay caah for It
but tha price muat be right.
. nvnnr.Vi r. JONES. REALTOR.
t: Cltv Nat Bk. Bldg Doug. .
HAVE Inquirlea for good homea In good
locatlona. Do you want to aell your
property f List It with C. A. GrlmmeL
M9 Omaha Nafl Bk. Bldg.
L18T your property with ua. Wa hava
calla for homea and Inveatmenta,
McCAGUE INV. CO.
Phone D, 416, ljth and Dodge.
tlST your property for aale with 3. B.
Roblnaon for quick aalea. 441 Boa Bldg
Pbona, Douglaa 8Ut.
WB hava tha ouatomera and can aell your
property: Hat with John W. Robbing,
61 Brandela Theatre. D. tit-
IF your property la for aala or rent, list
with the AFRO-AMERICAN REALTY
CO.. 2706 i,aKS. V eDflier o.w
FOR oulck reaulta liat your property with
HP BOSTWICK SON,
J no Bee Bldg. Tyler 160.
FOP quick aalea Hat your property with
W. O. SHRIVER. ....
S047- Om. Nat. Bk Bldg. Doug. lSIa,
LOW ratea without delay.
O. O. CABLBERG.
818 Brandela Theater Bldg.
FIVE to soven-room houses from owner
for colored. wemur i
Real Estate Loans and Mortgages.
SHOPEN & COMPANl. Doug- 422.
CITY or Farm 6-year Loans, 5 ',4 and 6 per
cant. No delay. See us tlrat.
DAY & MAYNB,
60S Keellne Bldg.. Omaha. Doug. 6994.
84 Pearl St, (Qrnnd Hotel) Co. Blfa. 101.
HONEY to lend on "improved Real Eatate
Interest payable aeml-annually. W H.
THOMAS SON, 838 Keellne Bldg. ,
CITY and farm loana: B and 6 per cent;
.i. t u numont A Co.. 418
mi tiiTnnn MADE promptly F. D.
Wead, Wead Bldg- 18th and Farnam.
T w. BUCK. Loana, 448 Omaha Nat.
Wanted 82,000 loan on 83,000 frater
nal lnaurance policy. Man wlahlng to
make loan la beneficiary. Face of policy
will come to beneficiary upon death of
Inaured. who la 67 years old and In poor
health. Will arrange mattera so that
entire 83.000 will be paid to note holder
upon death of Inaured. and will keep
up premluma on lnaurance. Chance to
make from 8500 to 81.000 In abort time.
Address ee. pox m-m
AQqrPBi rrq. pw m-m-
5MAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS
O KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO
Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 8718.
;ARM AND RANCH LANDS.
CALIFORNIA Improved farma for aale;
terms: write for Hit E. R. Walts.
I have 820 acrea nice imooth land
In Cheyenne county, Colorado. 10 miles
due aouth of Flratview: alio four nice
smooth quarters In Kiowa county, near
Sheridan lake; I will aell these lands
much cheaper than anything around
them can be bought for: make me your
best bid; I am going to aell to aome-
n C. B. MOLING, w
SOI T.athrou Bldg. K. C, Mo.
LAND bargain, eastern Colorado: 480
acres, aplendld soil, laya good, well tm
, proved, all buildings frame and painted
except milk houae; fenced and
cross-fenced; silo, well and windmill;
fine aoft water, trees; 140 acrea In cul
tivation; on telephone and mall route;
one mile to school: this Is a bargain at
826 per acre; terms. Write owner, W.
H, KlrK. seinert. ioio.
A VJ W V 1 ' i ,ut .
180 acrea Improved dry land In Logan
county, ft mile from railroad and town;
now under cultivation and producing
under care of reliable ahare renter; land
In this vicinity rapidly rising In value;
a snap at 850 per acre. Deal direct with
' owner. H. M. Batchelder. Sterling, Colo.
' 840 Acres near Elizabeth, Colo. 7-room
house, very large new barn, other good
Improvements. Best of land with
springs. Soma timber. Finest dairy
country. 85 miles southeast of Denver.
Terms. J. B. Hansen. 214 Wllklnion
CLOSING out sale for 30 daya: 330 acrea
at 815 Per acre; 320 acrea at 820; 640
, acrea at 835; all agriculture land: H
cash, terms. Owner, C. E. Williams,
10.000 ACRES choice raw or improved
Lincoln county, Colorado lands. Bar
gains. Easy terms. See 3. L. Maurer,
140 acrea. eight miles from Council Bluffs,
close to school and small town; all un
der cultivation, except 30 acres which
is In pasture: land lies level and of the
brat of soil: improvements are in good
condition and consist of aeven-room
house, alfalfa barn, horae and cow barn,
to.; this farm Is an exceptionally good
buy. Box Q-31. Bee.
80 ACRES, Mills county, la., by owner,
85 acres In corn and alfalfa, 85 In
fruit and pasture; fair Improvements;
one mile from R. R. station: at 81 1 5
per acre: this Is best buy west of the
Alleganlea. 718 Mill St. Council Bluffs.
' CHEAP IOWA FARM.
(0 acres, 7 miles South of Pacific
Junction; 40 acrea farm land, email
houae and barn; 880 per acre. MoGae
Real Eatate Co.. 105 Pearl St. Council
FRANKLIN COUNTY. KANSAS.
160 acrea, well improved, four mllea
town; price 820.000.
40 acrea, 4 miles town, highly Im
10 acres, good Improvements, all till
able, 880,000. . , A,
249 acrea, highly improved, all till
able. 828.000. . .
Write for full Information. Wa hava
some special bargalna. Frank B. Mana-
FOR SALE 240 acres on federal hlgh
wav 7 mllea from city of nearly 10,000,
. . - . I. w .taHnn ffiuiH .rim
a miles hoiu " 1 - . . "
good outbuildings, small bouse, good
gently sloping; prin
- leaerai - -
graveled by railroad contractors; for
price ana terms auuiw vwiio., v.
' UHand. Fergus Falls. Minnesota.
FOR SALE Square quarter leas than I
miles from good town, near beautiful
- lakes, school house across tha road,
; farm all tillable, fair buildings. Price.
t!' per acre on easy terms. P. C.
- Brown, Fargua Falls, Mintv.
BRINGING UP FATHER
Sm Jlffi and Mavftie b Fail
Paf f Color la Tbo Sunday Boo.
Drawn for The Bee by McManu
fopvi-ight 1911 Inte'oatlonal Nawa Sarvlea.
I VELL-. THINK 'u 1 I I CtcTHlt) lt IMR. V I T rW that win Pe- I ' 7T
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FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
BANKRUPT price, 791 acrea beat bsy and
grain land. Irrigated, jolna county seat,
and grailng reserve; owner. Elmer L.
Strever. Billings, Mont
IMPROVED ISO-acre farm in Todd coun
ty. Minnesota; buildings consist of seven-room
houae, barn, granary, corncrib,
windmill, etc; 130 acres under cultiva
tion, balance user 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 soli; would make
a good grain or stock farm; price 122.60
per acre. Schwab Bros., 1028 Plymouth
Bldg,. Minneapolis. Minn.
54 Bushels Per Acre
of winter wheat la the 1919 record for
one threshing In Thomas county, Kan
sas. Land that was going bKglng 20
years ago Is now selling for $20 to 870
per acre, and will surely double In an
other year. The secret? 82.26 wheat and
modern machinery. Any man with a
little capital can make a fortune by
taking a quarter to a full section now.
And If he doea not care to settle on It
or cannot, he ran have It broken, seed
ed and cut on shares, Liberal terms
and every reasonable aaslstanca offered
to ambitious young farmers, for we
have the land and the opportunity and
only need the men. Thomas county
raises more wheat than any other coun
ty between Chicago and Denver through
which the Rock Island railroad runs;
4,000,000 bushels will be the total this
year. There is room for thousands more
down there. Come in and let ua tell
you all about thte wonderful wheat
land and what some of the farmers
WATSON & BRENAN,
"Real Reliable Realty."
544 World-Herald Bldg.. Omaha.
KNOX COUNTY. NEB., BARGAINS.
160 acres improved, level land, 8 miles
to town, mile to school. Price
8150.00 per acre. Terms.
160 acres 8 miles to town, 1 mile to
school snd country store, two sets of
improvements, two wells and wind
mill?, orchard and evergreen grove at
buildings, 16 acres alfalfa fenced hng
tight, 15 acres pasture. This farm
lies level. Good heavy aoll. Price
8150.00 per acre. Terms.
160 acrea 12 mllea from town, well Im
proved, grove and young orchard;
corn will make 60 bushels to the acre
on this farm this year. Price J150.00
ICO acres. Improved, 5 miles from Crelgh
ton; lies beautifully; good crop, small
pasture; balance In cultivation. Price
iiss.00 Dr acre. Good terms.
HELD LAND COMPANY
664 Brandela Building. Phone D, 9148
Three Dandy Investments.
160 acres, nicely Improved, 5 miles
southeast of Ashland, Neb. and 3Va
mllea from South Bend; land lies
nearly level; beat of soil. Price 8275-00
per acre. Terms.
160 acres. Improved, only S miles
from Ashland, Neb. Price 8275 00 per
400 acres, fine combination stock and
grain farm: Saunder county, Nebraska.
Only 30 miles from Omaha. 100 acres
in cultivation, 80 acres fine hay
meadow, balance pasture. This farm
will handle 150 to 200 head of stock.
A . real money-maker. See us for particulars.
HELD LAND COMPANY
664 Brandels Bldg. Phone Doug. 9148.
Douglas County Bargains.
80 acres 4 miles from Elkhom, Vt mile
tn school, only 24 miles from Omaha
Postofflce, 60 acres In cultivation, of
which over J-J lies nearly level, bal
ance gently rolling, fine pasture with
some timber. Considering location,
this Is a real bargain. Price 8160.00
per acre. Terms.
80 acres 14 miles from Omaha, Neb.
Well Improved and a dandy farm.
2tfc miles from Washington. Neb.
Price 8335.00 per acre. Good terms.
80 acres improved 4H miles from Ir
vlngton. Neb. On the main road from
Florence to Bennington. Price 8325.00
tier acre. Terms.
HELD LAND COMPANY
664 Brandies Building Phone P. 9148.
A REAL HOME.
1(50 acres all valley land, lays fine,
good black soli, one-half mile from
railroad town of 800, 32 miles from
Kearney, 120 acres cultivated, 10 pas
lure, 30 alfalfa; good two-story 8-room
house; barn for 8 horses and four cows,
granary in barn, crib 8x26 with drive
way, small orchard, wash house, cob
house, cement cellar, fenced in 40-acre
fields,' 3 hog pastures, new hog house.
Price 8165 per acre. 81.500 hack on
place. If you want to buy a farm
then come and look at this and if
you don't see a good farm and Just as
represented. I will stand your expenses.
BEN TIMMERMAN (owner), Arnold.
1250 A. 8 M. Wayside; 11 M. Whitney; 19
M. Crawford. Small set of old im
provements. Lots of water the year
round. 40 or 60 A. under cultivation.
700 or 800 A. can be farmed. All well
grassed. Fine ranch. 814 per A.
Write for liat of other farms and
ranches. ARAH L. HUNGERFORD,
AT A BARGAIN.
The northwest quarter of Section 18,
Township 13, Range 63, west of the 6 P.
M Kimball county, Nebraska, located in
a well settled nelghborheed. This la a
choice quarter: land lies level; all
tillable. If Interested get busy at
once. Address M. A. LARSON, Central
160 ACRES finely Improved stock and
grain farm. Elegant land. mile
from paved street 6 miles N. W. of
Stock Yards. J. B. Hansen, 114 Wil
klnson Bldg.. Omaha.
PRICE and terms right on northeast Ne
braska Improved corn and alfalfa farma.
C V. Nelson. 516 Om. Nat Bk. Bldg.
FARMS AND RANCHES.
For bargains in either large or small
farms or ranches, write or call on
CHAS. N. SNIDER. Curtis. Neb.
FOR Western Nebraska and Eastern Col
orado landa sea
HELD LAND CO..
664 Brandels Bldg
WRITE me tor ptcturea and prices of my
farma and ranches In good old Dawes
county. Arab L. Hungerford, Craw
IMPROVED and unimproved wheat farma.
Kimball county. Neb. R. B. Holmes.
FOR NEBRASKA LANDS SEE
A. A. PATZMAN.
801 Karbach Blfc. Tyler (84.
MERRICK COUNTY, Improved corn and
alfalfa farms at tha right price. IL A.
LARSON. Central City. Neb
South Dakota Lands.
CHOICE 480-acre improved Spink county
farm for sale; one mile from good town;
price and terms reasonable. Sterling
and Cllnlte, owners, Redfield, 8. D.
A TAILOR MADE FARM.
160 acrea, five miles large city; clay
loam; 100 acres under plow; 84.000;
house, two large barns, large orchard,
plenty fruit; lights and water In house
and all buildings; all tillable and the
best farm In Wisconsin; buy from own
er, writ me for terms at once; re
tiring; 8108 per acre. H. A. Facha.
Spooner, Wis.. R 8.
EIGHTY acrea heavy soil, four miles from
city on state road. 73 acres In plow, bal
ance pasture, all level, buildings and fine
water, best farm and new land In coun
ty, buy from owner; write me for terma
at once. H. A. Fache. Spooner, Wis.,
IF looking for good soil, I have It
If looking for fine laying land, I have It
If looking for one that la priced right,
I hsva 4t
A. W. TOLAND.
D. 387a, 410 Be Bldg.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
For Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota
farms and ranches, see
ALEXANDER & GIPE,
Doug. 9001; 623 Paxton Blk.
WE will sell your ' larm; timely sales";
quick returns. Held Land Co.. (64
AS GOOD A LINE
OF USED CARS WITH
HONEST VALUES AS
THERE IS IN OMAHA.
2 H-45 Hulcks, 1919 8L4S0
I E-4S Hutck, 1018 1,150
1 25 Buick. Model C 450
I OldsmoWla Six. 1918 860
1 Oldsmoblle ElKht 900
1 Hudson Speedster, 1918 1.660
Model 56 Paige 700
Oakland Six, 1917 650
Hodge, 1918 800
Overland 90 500
Overlaml 90 Roadster 600
Kord, 1919 476
Kord Roadster, 1917 276
Chevrolet, 1918 : 400
Chevrolet, 1917 3i5
2 Scrlpps-Booth Eights. 1918. each 750
Every car sold with a three-day guar-
UNITED AUTO PARTS
2032 Farnam. Douglas 4 560.
RENT A NEW FORD
13 CENTS PER MILE.
YOU ARE COVERED BY INSUR
ANCE AGAINST LIABILITY RESULT
ING FROM ACCIDENT.
60 NEW 1919 MODEL FORD CARS.
FORD LIVERY CO.
DOUG. 3622. 1314 HOWARD.
Wednesday and Thursday only. '18
Chevrolet, like new; cord tires, 8385;
twenty others under the money.
TRAWVER AUTO C 1910 Farnam.
MEEKS AUTO CO.
Used cars bought, sold and exchanged.
We buy for cash and sell on time. Full
line to select from. Middle Stats Garage.
2026-8 Farnam St. Doug. 4101.
USED cars of nceptlonal value.
REBUILT auto cars; also Republic two
ton, Sandow 1 ton, 3 ton, Dumps
Indiana 14 ton, Kelly Springfield H4
ton. All those trucks have been re
built and are first-class mechanically
and In aupearance; terms ranging
from $200 to $600 down and balance on
i-asy monthly payments; Investigate
these trucks quick.
THE ODEL1. HAMILTON CO.,
1415 Jackson street.
CADILLAC type 66 touring; latest model;
appearance and mechanical condition
and tires like new. W. F. Bruett. 1415
Jackson street; during business hours,
Tyler 1715; evenings. Harney 2552.
1919 FOR D coupe; 1919 Ford sedan,
equipped with Ford electric starter and
lights; in excellent condition and price
reasonable. odell Hamilton Co., 1415
PHUMI'T DELIVERY ON ALL MODELS.
NEBRASKA WHITE CO.
FRED C. ROGERS. MGR. TYLER 1767.
1 407 -2 1 Capitol Ave.
FOR QulCKSALE A bargain In a 1918
Hudson I super six touring car. Has
been newly gone over. Must be sold
at once to settle an insurance claim.
Call jiotigli) as 200.
STEVENS DURYEA touring car, six cyl
inder, starter and electric lights, st a
bargain. Owner leaving city. Phone
USED c.irs 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.
DUMP TRUCKS One new 2-ton Davis,
one 3H-ton Kelly-Sprlngfleld, Just over
hauled. Going out of truck business.
Terms If required. Tyler 1419.
USED CARS OF BETTER PERFORM
ANCES. UNITED AUTO PARTS CO.
2022 Farnam Street.
WANTED FOR SPOT CASH. 100 USED
CARS; quick sctlon: no delay. Auto Ex
change Co., 2059 Farnam St. D. 6035.
THE DIXIE FLYER
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY,
2620 Farnam St.
FORDS. BUICKS. DODGE, NEW AND
USED CARS, FORD BODIES.
O'ROURKE-OOLDSTROM AUTO CO..
$100 Reward for any magneto we can't re
pair. Sole mnfrs. of new self-spacing af
flnlty spark plug, Baysdorfer. 210 N. 18th
WATED TO BUY.
Want a used 6-passenger car. 1918
or 1919 model only. Will pay $100 cash
and 3100 per month. Box No. 678, Bee.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
McCaffrey Motor Co.
15th ft Jackson. Ford Agents, D. 3600.
NEB. BUICK AUTO CO.,
2563 Farnam 8t. Doug. 1970.
AUTOMOBILE electrical repairs; service
station for Rayfield carburetors and
Columbia storage batteries. Edwards.
Cash. Time. Liberty Bonds.
GAIN more miles; have your tires re
treaded by G. & G. Tire Co.
2416 Leavenworth. Tyler 1261-W.
FOR TERMS ON USED CARS
. VAN BRUNT'S
Look for the red seal on wind shield.
OAKLAND. Sensible Six.
MARSH OAKLAND CO.
2300 Fsrnam St.
MUST sell at once, late model Ford tour
ing car, cash or terms. 2611 Dewey
GOOD USED CARS.
GUY L. SMITH.
WILLYS-KNIGHT coupe, good condition.
Call Webster 3729.
SIX-PASSENGER Cadillac for sale. S910-W
Phone S. 8346.
We offer you a well paid
position. Pay you while in
Investigate our working
Operators' Employment Bu
reau, 613 New Telephone
Building, 19th and Douglas
I have customers for S, S snd 7
room bousei that are priced right. I
will inapect your property and adver
I make a specialty of handling this
class of property. Let me explain my
plan. Put your estate on tha best
possible earning basis.
H. M. CHRISTIE
1320 Farnam St. Telephone Doug. 884.
Market and Industrial News of the Day
Omaha Live Stock.
Omaha Neb., Sept. 10, 1919.
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at tha Union Stock Yards, Omaha, Neb.,
for 24 hours ending at 3 p. m., Sept. 10,
Cattle Hogs Sheep Mules
Cars Cars Cars Carl
C, M. & St. P.... 9 9
Missouri Pacific. 1 1
Union Pacific 122 H 68
C. N. W east 1
C. N. W west. 98 38 48 1
C, St. P., M. & O. 3 8
C. B. & Q.. east.. 3 4 1
C, B. A Q., west. Ill 11 62
C, R. I. 4 P., east 3 7 1 ,,
C, R. I. & P.. west 8
Illinois Central... 4 3
Chi. Gt. West 1
Total receipts.. 353 94 168 8
Cattle Hogs Sheep
Head Head Head
Morris & Co 796 967 1.634
Swift & Co 1,241 1,621 1,367
Cudahy Pkg. Co... 1.787 1,638 8,71
Armour & Co 1,769 1.642 1,004
J. W. Murphy 1,148 ....
Lincoln Pkg. Co... 61
So. Om. Pkg. Co... 4 .... ....
offman Bros 1 .... ....
John Roth & Sons. 9 .... ....
Mayerowlch A Vail 18 .... ....
Glasgberg 39 .... ....
P. O'Dea 35
Wilson & Co 87
F. P. Lewis 244
Huntz'ger & Oliver 140
J. B. Root & Co... 409
J. H. Bulla 134
Burrus & Co 29 .... ....
Rosenstock Bros... 525 .... ....
F. O. Kellogg 366
Werth. & Degen.. 367 .... ....
Ellis & Co 147
Sullivan Bros 77 .... ....
A. Rothschild .... 89
M.-K. C. & C. Co. . 409
E. G. Christie 160
Hoi- .... 1 fi2 .... ....
John Harvey 381 .... ....
Jensen & L,unogren iJ ....
Dennis & Francis. 35 .... ....
Cheek & Krebs.... 206
Omaha Pkg. Co... 6 ....
Other buyers 3,246 82,984
Total 13,771 6,811 39,870
Cattle There was another pretty lib
eral run of cattle- here today around
10.000 head showing up snd the three
davs total of 47,000 head Is larger than
for the six days last week. There was
n1 ..Irahla hnf All Offer that
whilo the market was slow, prices held
about steady, meaium ana pmiuer iun
was very dull and tendency lower. It
- .. , l, 1. in lower market
on butcher stock, medium grades suffer
ing the greatest aeciines. oiocnon nuu
feedtrs were very dull and while a few
sales were put over In yesterday's notches,
the general run of prices looked 25c
lower at the least.
Quotations on cattle: Choice to prime
beeves, $16.5017.50; good to choice
beeves, 315.0016.50; fair to good beeves,
$13 505M4.60; common to fair beavea,
$11 0013.50; choice to prime yearlings,
$17 0018.00; good to choice yearlings,
$14.6017.00; fair to good yearling!.
$13.0015.00; common to fair yearlings,
$10.0012.60; good lo choice heifers,
$8.50 11.00 ; choice to prime yearlings,
$10.0011.25; good to choice cows, $8.60
610.00; fair to good cows, 87.0008.60;
common to fair cows. $5.257.00; choice
to prime heavy feeders, $12.5014.00;
good to choice feeders. $11.0012.00: me-
, taaAarm t7 KHffilQ fld? COTT1-
mon to fair feeders. $'7.008.60; good to
cnoice stocKers. .uuiomu.ov; tun iu e"u
stockers, $7.50(8)9.00; common to fait
stockers. $6.007.60; stock heifers, $7.50
8.50; stock cows. $6.007.50; stock oalves.
$7.00 10.00: veal calves. $7.0014.00;
bulls, stags, etc.. 85.50lO.00; choice to
prime grass beeves, 8)1 3.50 1 6.2S : good to
choice grass beeves, 811.0013.00; fair to
good grass beeves, $9.0010.50; common
to fair grass beeves. $7.609.00; Mex
ican beeves. $6,500)8.50.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av, Pr.
14.: 819 $7 00 9 944 $7 25
1 420 7 60 1 270 8 00
12 349 10 26 3 240 IS 00
48strs..694 9 00 31 cows..761 8 10
25strs,1041 10 75 10 hfrs...590 7 76
16 cows.. 768 6 76 22 clvi..262 10 60
7 cows. 1021 6 76 17 cows. 1108 10 00
53strs..878 9 65 14 hfrs...757 8 76
24 strs..l07 9 75
Hogs There was a fairly good run of
Tires and Supplies.
NEW TIRES AT HALF PRICE.
Firestone, Bull. Lee, Republic, Flik.
Write for prices. Mention slses.
KAIMAN TIRE JOBBERS, 2016 Farnam.
NEW AND USED TlRE BARGAINS
SEE US FIRST AND SAVE MONEY
FARNAM TIRE AND RUBBER CO..
2914 FARNAM ST. H. 6758.
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
las 7390. ,
Repairing and Painting.
RADIATOR CORES INSTALLED.
Manufactured in Omaha, 24-hour aerv
Ice. for auto, truck and tractor. Expert
radiator and fender repairing: body
dents removed; new fenders made.
OMAHA AUTO RADIATOR MFG. CO.
1819 Cuming St. Tyler 917.
F P. BARNUM CO.. 3126 Cuming. .Doug
las 8044. High-grade automobile painting.
SALE Ford truck at a very reasonable
price. Douglaa 6143.
Motorcycles and Bicyclea.
HARLEY - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES
Bargalna in used machines. Victor H.
Roos, the motorcycle man. 27th and
THE SALVATION Army Induetrlal homa
solicits your old clothing, furnltura.
magailnee. We collect. Wa distribute.
Phona Doug. 4136 and our wagon will
call. Call and inspect our new borne,
,1110-1119-1114 Dodge St.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS A. L. Tinker
will not be responsible for any bills or
charge accta. of hii former wife. Nelli
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I wilt not
be responsible for any debts made by my
wife. W. O. BasslerLlncoln. Neb.
HowesLive Stock Vehicles.
TEAM, harness and wagon. Saven Oaks
Farm, three blocks west of Florence
Buy on Birdhaven Profit Sharing Plan.
Phone Web. 2884. O. 8. Pettis, agent
SOUND, new, coarse hay, 816 par ton.
Wagoner, 801 N. 16th.
MONEY TO LOAN;
ORGANIZED by the Buslnesi Man of
Omaha. FURNITURE, pianos and notei
aa security, 840 6 mo, H. goods, total.
"'"PROVIDENT LOAN SECURITY.
4!2 Security Bldg. 16th & Farnam. Ty. 8.
LOANS ON DIAMONDS.
EAGLE LOAN OFFICE.
1.101 DOUGLAS ST.
FARMS and city loans.
E. H. LOUGEE. INC.
638 Keellne Bldg
WILL buy a few good contracts, aecond
mortgages, or mech. liens. Chaa L
Peaso. 211 Brandela Theater Bldg.
Omaha. Sept. 10, 1919.
Grain arrivals today were again light,
total receipts being only 79 cars. Light
arrivals of wheat the past few days has
resulted from a temporary embargo placed
last Sunday on ahlpments of this grain to
Omaha, due to congestion, but restrictions
were entirely removed today.
Corn prices were unchanged to a cent
advance. Oats were ft to 1 cent higher.
Rye showed an upturn of 2 to 4 cents, and
barley 2 cents. Wheat was firm.
Cssh sales today were:
Wheat No, 8 hard: 2 cars, 82.17: 3
cars, $2.16; 2 cars, 82.10 (smutty): 1 can
82.08 (smutty). No. 3 hard: 4 cars,
83.13; 1 car, 82.07. No. 4 hard: 3 2-6
cars, 82 08; 1 car, 82.08 (smutty); 1 car,
82.01 (smutty). No. 8 hard: 1 car. $2.04;
1 car, 82 00 (smutty); 1 car, 81.97 (yel
low, smutty). No. 4 northern spring: 1
car. $2.20 (dark); 1 car, $3.10. No. 6
northern spring: 1 car, $2.04. No. 8
mixed: 1 car, 82 08; 1 car, 83.07 (durum).
No. 4 mixed: 1 car, 81.89 (smutty). Sam
ple mixed: 1 car, $1.93. No. 6 mixed:
1 car, 82 00.
Corn No. 2 white: 1 car, 81. 67. No.
3 white: 2 cars. 81.67. No. 4 white: 1
oar, 31.65. No. 5 white: 3-6 car, 81.63.
No. 6 white: 1 car. $1.61. No. 1 yellow:
2 cars, $1.68. No. 2 yellow: 8 cars, $1.57.
No. 3 yellow: 1 car, $1.57; 1 car, 81. 66.
No. 6 yellow: 1 car, $1.55. No. 2 mixed:
1 car, $1.66. No. 3 mixed: 2 cars, $1.56.
No. 6 mixed: 1 car. $1.63.
Oats No. 2 white: 1 car, 68c. No, 3
white: 1 car, 6840; 2 cars, 68c; 1 car,
67 Vic No. 4 white: 3 cars, 67 Vic. Sam
ple white: 1 car, 66c. Sample mixed:
1 car, 65c.
Rye No. 2: 2 cars. $1.36. No. 8: 1
tar, 81.35; 2 cars, 81.34.
Barley No. 3: 1 car. 81.18. No. 4: 1
car, $1.16. Rejected: 1 car. $1.14.
OMAHA GRAIN MOVEMENT.
Receipts Today, Wk. Ago. Yr. Ago.
Wheat 49 144 28
Corn 10 26 13
Oats 10 19 121
Rye 7 1 7
Barley 2 10 16
Wheat 83 138 64
Corn 24 30 72
Oats 17 14 80
Rye 11 4 3
Barley 5 ... 6
RECEIPTS IN OTHER MARKETS.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 615 201 99
Kansas City 127 11 16
St. Louis ;..266 32 32
Minneapolis 462 ... ...
Omaha Grain Inspection,
The number of ears of grain of the
several grades Inspected "in" here during
the past 24 hours follows:
Wheat No. 1 hard, 4; No. 2 hard, IS;
No. 3 hard, 18; No. 4 hard. 19; No. 6 hard,
8; sample hard, 1; No. 2 mixed, 1; No. 3
mixed, 2; No. 4 mixed, 1: No. 6 mixed, 2;
sample mixed, 3; No. 5 spring, 3; sample
spring, 2; No. 2 durum, 1; No. 6 durum, 1;
total, 79 cars.
Corn No. 6 white, 1; No. 1 yellow, 1;
No. 2 yellow, 4; No. 3 yellow, 3; No. 2
mixed, 2; No. 6 mixed, 1; total, 12 cars.
Oats No. 3 white, 7; total. 7 cars.
Rye No. 2, 3; No. 3, 3; No. 4, 1; total,
Barley No. 4, 1; rejected, 1; total, 2
PRIMARY RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS
Receipts: Today Year Ago
Wheat 2,626,000 Holiday
hogs here today for this ttrhe of the year,
81 loads, estimated at 5,400 head. The
market opened flat 81.00 lower than yes
terday and trade was slow and draggy at
this decline; 816.25 proved to be the pop
ular figure early in the morning, but by
10 o'clock hogs of this character had
slipped to even money, with prospects of
good heavy packing hogs going under the
hill. Shippers were very light buyers,
paying a top of 817.25, which was 32.00
lower than yesterday's top, and bulk of
sales was 818. 00 16.60.
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av. Sh. Pr.
41. .362 110 $16 75 64.. 259 70 $16 85
61. .244 70 16 00 62. .298 70 1 10
43. .262 40 16 16 80. .266 40 16 20
64. .230 ... 16 25 60. .273 80 16 30
66. .280 70 18 40 65. .268 140 16 50
69. .198 6.. 17 25
Sheep Another good sized run of sheep
and lambs arrived for today's trade, the
estimate calling for 40,000 head. Bulk of
the supplies consisted of thin lambs, the
same as recently, and strictly good killers
wers by no means plentiful. The market
was rather slow in getting under way,
but packing demand appeared to be fairly
broad and desirable fat strings sold at
prices fully steady with those paid yester
day. Beit fat lambs moved around $16.25
15.35. Offerings selling under $14.76
were nothing to brag about. Pretty good
quality ewes landed at $8.15. and some
thing choice would bring $8.25 or better.
Small bunches of wethers are selling up
A rather quiet tone featured the trade
in feeders and desirable classes ruled
steady, or very nearly so. One or two
loads of toppy feeders brought 813.76 and
pretty good kinds went to the country
around 81 3.2 5 13.60. Common, light and
open wool lambs are bringing anywhere
from $10.00 to $12.00.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
good to eholce, $16.00(3)16.60; lambs, fair
to good, $14.6015.00: feeder lambs,
good to choice, $13.0013.75; medium
feeder lambs, $12.60613.00; feeder cut
backs, $10.00 12.00; culls and throwouts,
$6.509.60; yearlings. $5.25010.00; weth
ers, $8.7609.60; ewes, good to choice,
37.60O8.25; ewes, fair to good, 86.75
7.50; good feeding ewes, 85.5O6.50; ewe
culls and canners, $2.E04.60; breeding
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City, Mo., 8ept. 10. Corn Sep
tember, $1.5814: December, 81.28
1.28; May, 3124.
Our September list con
tains 90 securities, selected
from the world's most de
sirable financing. At cur
rent prices high grade
securities return an attrac
tive income. Many issues
are exempt from all Fed
eral Income Tax.
September offering sheet sent
upon request for OB-248
Correspondent Offices in ever
Omaha First National Bank
Telephone 8816 Douglaa
Local Stocks and Bonds
Quotations furnished by Burns, Brlnker
Burgess-Nash 7 pot. pfd....
Cudahy Pack. Co
Flsk Rub., 7 pet. pfd
Gooch Food Pd., pfd., bonus
Harding Cream, 7 pet. pfd..
Nicholas Oil pfd., bonus....
Omaha Flour Mill 7 pet. pfd.
Orchard & Wilhelm 7 pet. pfd
Quaker Oats Co., 6 pet. pfd.
M. C. Peters Mill T pet. pfd. .
M. E. Smith 7 pet .pfd., 1932
Swift & Co
Union Stock Yds., Omaha....
Un. P. & Lt. 7 pet pfd
Lincoln Jt. Stk. Ld. Bk. 8s,
Lincoln Traction 8s, 1930 ....
Omaha Athletic 6s
Om. & C. B. St. Ry. 6s, 1928.
Omaha City cf, various ....
Union Stk. Yds.. Omaha,. 1st
... 4.62 pet.
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Ga., Sept 10. Turpentine
Steady, $1.65; sales, 160 bbls.; receipts,
360 bbls.; shipments, 61 bbls.; stock, 9,403
Rosin Firm; sales, 899 bbls.; receipts,
1.004 bbls.; shipments. 1,203 bbls.; stock,
44,988 bbls. Quote: B. 16.06c; D, 16.75c;
E, 16.90c; F, 17.16c; G, 17.60c; E, 17.95c;
I, 19.00c; K, 20.05c; M. 20.80c; N 21.80c;
WG, 22.30c; WW, 23.05c.
New York Money.
New York, Sept. 10. Prime Mercantile
Paper 66 per cent.
Sterling Exchange Demand, $4.15;
Francs Demand, 8.38; cables, 8.36.
Guilders Demand, 37H; cables. 37.
Lire Demand, 9.70; cables, 9.68.
Marks Demand, 4 1-16; cables, 4.
New York, Sept. 10. Sllver
$1.12; Mexican dollars,' 86c.
London, Sept. 10. Bar silver and money
Minn., Sept. 10. Linseed, $6.23
Omaha Hay Market.
Receipts of pralrla hay heavy and de
No. 1 upland prairie, 822.6023.00; No.
2. 317.OOlS20.00: No. 3. tlO.OOfM3.00.
No. 1 midland prairie, (20.00023.00; No.
No. 1 lowland prairie. $14.00I8.00; No.
2, $11.0013.00; No. 8, 88 . 0010. 00.
Choice alfalfa, 327.0029.00; No. 1,
$26.00-927.00; stsndard. $24i0O26.00; No,
'2, $1$.0022.00; No. 8, 814.0018.00.
Oat straw, 89.010.00. ,
Wheat straw, 98. 00 9.00.
Minneapolis. Minn., Sept 10. Flour
Unchanged. Barley 31. 071. 84.
Rye No. 2. 81.41.
Oats 66 868c.
Short Term Note$
Quotations furnished by the Fsten Trust
Amer. T. T. 6s. ISM 100 100
do 6s. 1936 99 9t
Amsr. Thread 6s, 1928 89H 101
Amer. Tobacco 7a, 181 100 100(4
do 7s. 1920 101 103H
do 7s. 1921 103 10!
do Is. 1932 102U 1034.
do 7s. 123 108 108
Anaconda Copper 6s, 19..,. 98 8H
Anglo-French ext. ts, 130.... (7 97
Armour A Co., cenv. dsb. (s
1920 101 103
do 6s, 121 101 168
do ts, 1922 101 103
do 6s, 192$ 101 193
do 6s, 1924 101 108
Beth. Steel Co. 7s, 1922 101 101
do 7s, 1923 ..102 102
British ts. 1921 98
Canada ta. 1991 8 9
Canadian Pacific 6s, 1934.... 169
C. B. A Q. 4s. 121 96
C. R. I. A P. s. 123 (7 91
Cuban-American Sugar 6s. 1921 (9 100
Cudahy Pkg. Co. 7s, 1983. ...101 lftlft
Oen. Else. deb. ts, 1(20 100 100
Ot. Northern Ry. ts. 0.... ( (9
Inter. Rapid Tran. 6s, 1931.... 96 87
K. C. Terminal ts, 1IJ 100
Lehigh Valley ta, 1938 101 101
Liggett A Meyers 6s. 19M....10 100
Philadelphia Elect. 6s. 1920.. 99 16
Proctor A Gamble 7l. 19J0.... 100 101
do 7s. 1921 101H 101
do 7s. 1929 lVs 1V
do 7s, 1133 103 1034
Russian rubles 6s, 1938 80 84
Southsrn Ry. s. 1920 97
Swift A Co. ts. 1921 99 100
Union Pacific 6s, 1928 108 108
V. S. Rubber 7s. 1923 104 104
West. E. A M. 6s. 1920 100 109
Wilson Conv. 6s. 1938 98
First Liberty 3s 99.90
Liberty, second 4s 93.13
Liberty, first 4s 94.84
Liberty, second 4s 91.20 J
Liberty, third 4 96.28
Liberty, fourth 4s 93.40
Liberty, fifth 4s 99.tt
St. Louis Grain.
St. Louis, Sept 10. Corn September,
$1.61i1.63; December, $1.28t)
Oats 70071c; December, 74c.
Wc advise the purchase and
are making a Specialty of
U. S. Government Bonds
and are prepared, at anytime,
to buy or sell large or small lots
We tare prepared etrcuUr tn
investment tecurilia which we $haR
bt gUd to tend you on request
IG d d e Pe ah o dy & Co.
X$ Dttvosishlare 8 1.
Mitchell. Hutchins ft Co., Inc.
Tha RooKerjr, Chlcaa
n Albert Lea Farms Company
(A Nebraska Corporation)
First Mortgage 6 Farm Loan Gold Bonds
Dated August 1st, 1919. Due August 1st, 1924.
Coupon bonds in denominations of $500 and $1000
Registrable as to principal
Interest payable semi-annually February 1st and August 1st at the of
fice of the Omaha Safe Deposit Company, Omaha, Nebraska or in New
Bonds callable by lot on interest dates, on thirty days' notice.
"The Mortgagor will pay all taxes that may be levied upon
this mortgage at the time the same are required by law to be
paid, but not including any income or inheritance tax."
Omaha Safe Deposit Company, Trustee
These bonds are a first mortgage on 9,457.1 acres of land located in
Freeborn County, Minnesota, twenty miles north of the Iowa line and
has been appraised by Alfred Christopherson, president of the First
National Bank, Albert Lea, Minnesota and E. J. Ingbritsen, investment
banker, Albert Lea, Minnesota, who report the present value to be
$522,500.00. The proceeds of this bond issue, $250,000.00, will be spent
for improvements on the property, such as constructing roads, additional
drainage, tiling, etc. These independent appraisers state that after
these improvements have been made this land will be worth from
$125.00 to $150.00 per acre, or from $1,182,137.00 to $1,428,565.00.
The property is located nine miles northeast of Albert Lea, Minnesota,
in a very rich agricultural section. The County in which this land is lo
cated is traversed by five main lines of railroad and has 29 creameries
within its borders.
The company in charge of this development is thoroughly experienced
and efficiently managed and has for its Board of Directors the following
well known business men:
T. F. Stroud, G. H. Payne, Mark Martin, R. A. Wolgamot, Paul H.
Ellis, John F. Stout and T. J. Nolan.
We Recommend These First Mortgage Farm Bonds
for a Conservative Investment
Price 100 and Accrued Interest to Yield 6
Omaha National Bank Bldg.,
Omaha National Bank Bldg.,
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