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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1920.
Tint I loom stucco. I.args living
room, fireplace, . un room; finished
aleeplng room; plastered collar; maid's
room on third tloor; stucco garage.
Benson & Carmichael
Tyler J149. ' 43 Paxton Block.
Splendid Value for $8500
Built for home. Eight rooma and den
Including large living room, nun roohi,
sleeping porch, et. ; oak finish; com
bination heating plnnt (hot water and
furnace), choice lot, paving all paid.
Here la a real buy.
OSBORNE REALTY CO.
430 Bee. Hldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
I Can Pay $1,000
down on a modern five or alx-room
cottage or bungalow. Prefer to be on
paved atreet. nut over two blocks to
car and must ha In whit nelghbor
nuod, Give full description, address
and best price In firat letter. Box T-37,
A fc. HAVE served the UniaTm puldic In
buying and selling real estatu for over
36 yeara. We have many calls now fur
homea I.lst your property with us. We
"'""'ve you to your best Interests.
McCague Investment Co.
WILL pay oaBh for good six or seven
ronrrl home. Hunt he well rOcated and
priced right. Keply giving full de
acrliition. Box T-8, Omaha Bee.
x LIST YOUR
F. T. WRAD, S 10 So. th St. Tvler 151
lo buy or sell Omaha Real Estate see
r OVVLER & McDONALD
1120 City Xnfl. Bank BWg. Doug. 142S.
WANTED TO BUY
a good -room burigalow In Dundee;
want it for a home and will pay cash.
wii me evenings, roirax 14-4.
WE have buyers waiting. List with
KDWARK wn.i.iiva en
o$ Omaha National Bk. Bldg. '
T.TH'P . u
THKO. K. PETERSON COMPANY,
. 45 Omaha Nat'l Bank. Doug. 7024.
WK 11 AVE cash buyers for cottages and
bungalows nicely located. Shrlver, 1047-.jL-0'uaua
Bank Bldg. D. 1636.
WILL buy a few good contracts, second
mortgages, or moch.. llene. Clias. L.
, cmci an jiranoeis i neaier riag.
REAL K3TATE and all kinds of Insurance.
HERMANSEN & CO.
748 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
WE have the customers and can sell vour
property; list with John W. Robbins,
631 Brsndels Theater. V. 529.
WANT 6-6 room cheap houses, part
modem, oa small payments. Johnson,
Tyler 2724 or Webster 4150.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
i PRIVATE M OMEV
SKOPKN & COMPANY. Doug. 4228.
MONEY to lend on Improved Real Estate.
Interest payable semi-annually. W. H.
THOMAS & BON. 828 Keellne Bldg.
OMAHA HOMES EAST. NEB. FARMS,
O'KEEFH REAL ESTATE CO.
1016 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Dou. 2715.
$100 to $10,000 made premutly,
F. D. WE AD, Wead Bldg. 310 8. 18th St.
1. E. BUCK, Loans. 423 Omaha Nat.
Stocks and Bands.
Wanted $2,000 loan on $3,000 frater
nal Insurance policy. Man wishing to
make loan is beneficiary. Face of policy
will come to beneficiary upon death of
insured, who Is 61 years old and In poor
health. Will arrange matters so that
entire $3,000 will be paid to note holder
upon death of insured, and will keep
up premiums In Insurance. Chance to
make from $600 to $1,000 In short time.
Address Bee, Box M-3. f
FOR a safo and seasoned 7 per cent tax
free investment see advertisement of the
Lincoln Telephone and Telegraph Com
pany on page 13.
600 SHARES Overland Tiro Stock, all or
any part; best offer takes It. Address Y
946, Omaha Bee.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS.
Colorado Land For Sale
Five thousand acres twenty miles
south of Matheson, Colo.; all tillable;
2,000 acres under cultivation, 3,000
prairie; sandy loam soil, watered witb
windmill; three good sets of Improve
ments, wortls from $7,000 to $10,000
each. Crops are corn, wheat, rye, beans
and potatoes. Well fenced In sections
and half sections school house on the
ranch; five telephones, store, rural mail
delivery. Price $20 to $50 per acre; half
cash, terms on balance. This Is a real
farm, lays ideal.. Will sell all or any
part from 160 acres up. IMce according
to number of acres under cultivation
and improvements. 11. A. Robinson,
Colorado Springs. Colo. 1124 N. TeJonSt.
Philitp Co., Colorado, land. Production
equal to eastern Nebraska; 300 land at
only $70 per acre. Third of 100 acres
. of wheat on each inu.rter delivered to
rtmrkPt 5 miles. Half section with $10,
000 improvements; 220 acres cultivated;
0 acres in wht'at; third delivered to
market 4Vt nillr-s, $90 per acre. One
fourth down, balance subject to mort
gages and yearly payments. "Wire or
write owner, 1 i40 Logan St., Apt. 8,
30,000 acreu choice raw or improved Un
eon Co. Colo. lands. Bargains. Kasy
terms. See J. I Maurer. Arribs, Colo.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
Those that want to buy farms and
ranches, both dry and Irrigated lands,
also city property, call or write for
lists of same. W. L. Irwin, 1410 Stout
St., Denver. Colo.
A WELL LOCATED RANCH
for quirk sale, on Kansas, Colo., Blvd.,
three milts county seat and R. R.; dally
mall and telephone; 8S0 A. deeded, 800
A. Ieas?d, ISO A. In cultivation and 1,500
A. pasture: 10 ml. wire fence; 7-room
modern residence, frame shingle roof,
granary, garage and hen house; stable
for lttyiiorses; windmill, well and tanks;
cattls shfd and 7-ft. tight board corral
46x48. Price $26,000; one-half cash and
bal. carried at 7 per cent. This offer
expires March 1. Call or write owner,
S. F. Bwan. Leotl. Kansas.
FOR-S'VLE One-ouarter section ot land in
Moms county, Kansas. 100 acres of vrfl
ley land t'nder cultivation. 60 acres of
good prairie hay land. Price $90.00 per
acre. C K. Davis, Board of Trade Bldg.,
Kansas City. Mo.
We have for sale choice wheat and
' corn land. $50 to $100 per acre; good
ranches. $25 to $50 per acre: on Plaln
'ille branch of U. P. R. R.. west of
Sallna. Writ us your wants. Wa can
Lm-ay, Russell County, Kansas.
FOR SALE QUICK Good 80 acres, 45
miles southwest of Kansas City; 2te
miles northwest of Wellsville: 11-room
modern house; natural gas; cattle barn,
60x55 feet; room for 40 head; hay barn,
63x60 feet; room for 125 head; good out
buildings; big cement supply tank, wind
mill, water In both biu-ns: 40 acres In
' pasture, rest in blue grass and wheat;
1 mile from school; price $200 per acre.
C. W. Hughs, owner. Wellsville. Kan.
FOR- SALE 160acre amooth western
Kansas wheat land, close to town, $4,000;
quarter further out, $2,600. Write V. X.
Niquette. Sallna. Kan.
160-ACRE north. Missouri corn land, all
cultivated, deep black prairie soli, none
better;, rainfall 40 inches: corn, wheat,
alfalfa, blue grass, rivaling Kentucky,
and big Missouri mules and horses,
principal crops: four ets of improve
ments, 10 miles W. wire fence, on
hedge posts. Price, $150 per acre, worth
. $200. If In Nebraska $809. 8uch bar
gains pass this way but once. G. P.
Stebbipg. 1610 cmcago sr.
TOR SALE Dairy farm, 240 acres. S
mile from Marshfleld. Webster county;
160 acres In cultivation and pasture;
balance timber pasture; good improve
ments: $55 pr acrej might sell equip
ment. Owner. L r. uuy. aiarsneio. aio.
PRINO CREEK FARM 1J0 acres; plenty
tit Improvements; fntlt. Corn made 40
bushels per acre. Running water. 41,800,
easy tecma. Mountain V,w, Mo.
HELLO "J(4 -DIO You
(S) 1920 BY iNTt rSATUaS SSRVICS. IMC'
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
WE 11AVK a 40,000-acre tract In Upper
Allchigiin conveniont to railroad, with
Monia Improved property adjoining oi.
two slues. N n would IIka to dispose of
this tract as u wholo and would be will
ing to sell upon a reasonable payment
ilown; terms on balance at 6 per cent;
price, $10 per acre.
We also have a tract of 3,000 acres In
Michigan, well blocked.
If interested in acreage of this sie,
wrlle for further Information. Pr'ice, $10
C.R1.Y1MKP. LAND COMPANY,
FARMS fur sale in Minnesota, well im
proved ; possession can be Klven this
spring; are located near good towns
and st hools. Will makfi very low prices,
as wo wish to uso the money in the
manufacturing business. Wntters Mfg.
Works. Inc., 12ti K.tat 20th. St., Minne
IXEVEN thousand five hundred buys 101
acres, rmlo from village, station; mac
adam road to Huffalo, 4 -mile school,
spi'Midid bu.UIinpe. 9-room house, furnace,
water, gambrel roof, concrete basement,
barn, forty by eighty; horse barn, hog
house, cost spvon hundred: hennery,
sixty apple trees; Including hay, grain,
straw, ensilage, 21 head cattle. tam,
hogs, forty hens, potato digger, disc har
row, roller, cpring harrow, drill, weeder,
sulky cultivator, sulky plow, tedder,
wagons, sleighs, harnesses, milking ma
chine, auto truck. Five thousand cash.
Free list. Ellis Kros., Springville, N. Y.
Sarpy County Farm
at Public Auction
TlirnDAY, FKB. 1!TH, at 2 P. M.
Sale will take place on the farm, S
mites south of Ralston and miles
This farm s belter known as the
TTonry C. iSautter farm and is considered
to be one of the best farms in the state
of Nebraska. Lays excellent, all the
very best high powered producting soil,
on the best main traveled automobile
road between Pa pillion and Omaha.
Highly Improved, 7-room modern
house, with bath and running water,
furnace heat, burn for 10 head horses,
cattle barn for 40 head cattle, hog
house, chicken house, garage, machine
shed, hay barn, extra good well with
plenty of good water, windmill, extra
This farm must be seen to be appre
ciated, lio look it over. It will abso
lutely be sold to the highest bidder on
Very liberal terms can be arranged with
owner on day of sale.
For further information see the Citi
zens' State bank, Ralston, Neb., clerk of
JAMES L. POWD, Omaha, Neb., Auc
tioneer, or W. P. Mohr, Spencer, Neb.,
A REAL FARM AT
THE RIGHT PRICE.
144 acres located 6 miles west -of
Ogallala, Neb., and Shi east of Bruele
on a good level road to town on the
Lincoln Highway. 125 acres under plow
Including 6O11 acres of alfalfa which
cuts 175 ton4 per season, balance the
very best of pasture. Heavy rich
black loam soil, with clay sub-soil.
Land lies level; Is all sub-irrigated and
is excellent alfalfa land. This place
has about $10,000.00 worth of fine im
provements which consist of a good
2-story. 7-r0ni house, with basement
and furnace: water In kitchen. Good
barn for 8 head of horses, stanchions
for 10 cows, mow for 25 tons of hay.
Hog house; chicken house; granary and
new garage with cement floor; room
for 2 cars. Good well and windmill.
These improvements are nearly new, 95
acres fenced, 60 acres hog tight. Plen
ty of nice shade trees and grove on the
north and west. Price for a very few
days only, $140.00 per acre, one-half
cash, balance easv terms. Possession
March 1, 1920. Write or see M. A.
LARSON, owner, Central City. Neb.
WOOD RIVER FARM
MONDAY, 1 P. M.
On the above date In City Hall, Kear
ney, Neb., we will sell at public auction
to the hishnst bidder, regardless of
price, the following described real estate:
The S.W. H of Soc. 3f, . 10, R. 17. Buf
falo County, Nfbraska, containing 1!0
acre more or less, according to govern
ment survey. Located 2 miles west of
Riverdule and 12 mils northwest of
Rearney. Tt rms of sale: Twenty per
cent of the purchase price cash day of
sale, purchaser to assume a mortgage of
$7,800 due March 1, 1925, bearing interest
at the rale of i per cent payable an
nunlly. Hemftindcr of purchase price
Two Improved. Farms, ;
At Auction, N
Thursday, 1 P. M.
On the above date in OPERA HOUSE,
PALMEli. NEBRASKA, we will sell at
publio auction to the highest bidder re
gardless of price, two highly Improved
farms, located 9 and 10 miles northwest
of Palmer, Nebraska. Soil, the very best
of black loam soil with clay subsoil. Pos
session March 10, 1920. For complete
description write, Nebraska Realty Auc
tion Co.. Central City. Nebraska. Clyde
Applegate. Palmer. Nebraska, owner.
1,440 ACRE ranch In famous potato and
grain belt. Dawes Co.. Nebraska., five
miles frd"m good railroad town, one
mile from school; good roads, good
soil. Land some rolling. More than
half good for potatoes, grain and al
falfa. All well grassed: two good wells
fine water; 2 to 5 wire fence; $30 per
acre. Write, or call on owner. Gregory's
Oasollne Filling Station. Crawford, Neb.
160 ACRE farm for sale, 6 miles from good
town, level road and level land, all
black soli. Good 7-room house In good
condition; on main road; 30 acres pas
lure: barn for 8 head horses: granary;
hen house; windmill and well; two cis
terns: 120 acres wheat goes with place,
at $75 per acre, if sold by March 1.
Box 364. Arapahoe. Neb.
FOR SALE 3,660-acre ranch- good grass,
fair improvements, three miles of river
front. A bargain at $10.00 per acre.
Reasonable terms. Will sell part. Act
quick. N. J. Rodewald. Seneca. Neb.
PORN AND ALFALFA FARMS
IMPROVED: IN CENTRAL NEBRASKA
at the right price. Write for list.
LARSON & CARRAHER,
Central City. Nebraska.
WRITE me for pictures and prices of my
farms and ranches in good old Dawes
Co. Arah L. Hungerford. Crawford. Neb.
For Neb. Farms and Ranches see
Graham-Peters .Realty Co.,
82J Omahs, Nat'l BR Bldg., Omaha.
BARGAINS in farms with possession
. March 1. J. A. Gibbons. Elkhorn, Neb.
A. A. PATZM 4.N. Farms. 301 Ksrbach Blk.
New York Lands.
GIVING AWAY ONE IT'S FOR TOV.
One hundred dollars down, one dollar eace
week; 61 acres, new house, large barn,
town one mile, city II. Price, $1,800. E.
Munson, 242 S. Salina St., Syracuse,
North Dakota Lands.
FARM bargain in North Dakota. Partly
improved; nothing to pay for five years.
If yon will erect buildings and fences,
value about $3,000; few miles to town,
schools and churches; good soil and wa
ter; no sloughs or gravel: raise alfalfa,
grain, corn, cattle, sheep and hogs.
Price from (36 to $40 per acre. We
own these bargains; no commissions to
pay; we will accept part of cropa to
HeUiii Elliott, Minneapolis, Jtlnn,
W fs Xv WK- -uv.i.-..',t.-. A (ill wi w I "V
?r- '.,1 i I 1 " -W "'"--Kf
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
South Dakota Lands.
$1,100. perfect 1H0 acres corn, alfalfa,
land. Ilobart, Pohenlx Bldg., Mlnne
apnllw. Wisconsin Lands.
LANlOLOt; Y, a magazine giving the
facts in regard to the land situation.
Three months' subscription. FREE, If
for a home or as an investment you are
thinking of buying good farm lands,
srmply write me a letter and say 'Mall
me LANDOLOOY and all particulars,
FREE." Address Kdltor, Landology,
Skldruore Land Co., 433 Skidmore Bldg.,
I HAVE a good 80-acnn improved, irri
gated farm in the Big Horn Basin, Wy
oming, 1 will j-ent for one to three years
tor one-third of grain in bin on place
and one-half of alfalfa in stack. If in
terested ccme and see me on ur In fore
February 16, 1 9i;0,
' Robert S. Trumbull
Tyler 7S5. 1305 First Nat'l. Bk. Uldg.
$800 Down Secures
80-Acre Farm, With
3 cows, tools and equipment, wagons,
harness thrown in by aged owner for
quick sale. H4 miles R. R. town. 60
acres machine-worked, heavy producing
tillage; balance spring-watered pasture;
wood; 100 bearing apple trees; 6-rooin
house; stock barn, granary, etc. $1,676
takes everything; easy terms. Details
Strout'n Catalog Bargains 23 States;
copy free. STROUT FARM" AGENCY.
.S31-DF. New York Life Bldg., Kansas
A REAL BARGAIN
IN 1910 Ttl'ICK "6" TOURING.
NEW TIRES, EXCELLENT CONDI
TION. CALL ROOM 4, BAIRD BLDO.
TVLER 6346, OR DOUGLAS 7020.
RENT A NEW FORD!
DRIVE IT YOURSELF
12H CENTS PER MILE, GAS AND
INSURANCE EXTRA. OUR CARS ARE
COMFORTABLY HEATED FOR WIN
FORMERLY FORD LIVERY CO.
1814 HOWARD STREET. DOUG. 3622.
IVi-TON ntiw truck, 25 per cent discount
for quicK sale; $000 first payment, bal
ance In 10 monthly payments. This truck
will be sold with a- reliable guarantee.
Call Mr. Wight, room 929 Conant hotel,
or Mr. Smith. Harney 353.
PROMPT DELIVERY ON ALL MODELS
NEBRASKA WHITE CO.
FRED D. C. ROGERS. MGR. TYLER 1767.
1407-21 Capitol Ave.
RELIABLE automobile school; best elec
trical and self-starter courses: day and
niRht schrol; come now; free catalogue.
Notional Automobile School. 2814 North
USED cars of exceptional value.
GUY L. SMITH,
' 2503 Farnam St.
KEYSTONE MOTORS CO.
2203 Farnam St. Douglas 2181.
SO.MEvbargains in used Ford cars. Mc
Caffrey Motor Co. The Handy Ford
Service Station, loth and Jackson.
OAKLAND Sensible Six.
MARSH OAKLAND CO..
2.100 Farnam St.
BEST VALUES IN USED CARS.
TRAWVER AUTO CO.
THE DIXIE FLYER.
W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY,
2520 Farnam St.
FOR TERMS ON USED CARS
Look for the red seal on "winshleld.
UNITED AUTO PARTS CO.,
EXCEPTIONAL USED CARS.
WANTED For spot cash, 100 used cars;
quick action: no delay. Auto Exchange
Co.. 2059 Farnam St. Doug. 0035.
WE HAVE 50 good used cars to select
from. All prices.
MEEKS AUTO CO.. 2028 Farnam.
REDI-MADE GARAGES, wood or steel.
Send for circular Redl-Made Housing
Co.. 2811 Howsrd. Red 3657.
FIVE-PASSENGER touring car; almost
new, $1,200; one-third casn; balance in
10 payments. Room 929 Conant Hotel.
FORI) truck, first-class shape, for sale.
Call Webster 430 between 8:30 and
GOOD USED CARS.
GUY L. SMITH.
The Lincoln Telephone and Telegraph Company
has just paid its
44th Consecutive Quarterly Dividend
at the rate of
7 per annum
The Company offers a limited amount of this stock to
the public at its par value of $100 per share to finance its
1920 budget of new construction.
This stock is free from all tax in Nebraska and
normal federal income tax.
The strong financial condition of this company
is well known.
Its Assets total $9,055,320.
And its Surplus and Reserves $1,397,040.
Its service is indispensible and in growing de
mand. It is officered and managed by the same staff which has
developed the business from one exchange with 1,500 tele
phones to one hundred fifteen exchanges, serving 61,000 sub
scribers All stock issues and expenditures are under the control
of the Nebraska State Railway Commission, assuring protection
of stockholders' interest.
7 is a "good return on such an absolutely safe investment.
For information concerning this offering of stock address
Lincoln Telephone and
C. P. Russell, Sec'y Telephone Bldg., Lincoln, Neb.
HUN A1N RQiAN
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
UART.KY - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES
Bargains In used machines. Victor H.
Roos, the motorcycle man. Sitli and
Repairing and Painting.
RADIATOR CORKS INSTALLED.
Manufactured In Omaha. 24-hour serv
ice for auto, truck and tractor. Expert
radiator and fender repairing; body
dents removed; new fenders made.
OMAHA AUTO RADIATOR MFO. CO..
H9 Cuming St. Tyler 17.
Tires and Supplies.
AHW TIRES, STRICTLY FIRST.
"0x1! t 8.7S 22x3',, $16.60
30xr,ii $11.90 34x4 $20.60
DEALERS AND AGENTS WANTED.
STANDARD TIRE CO..
410 N. 161 h, . Doug. 3830.
USED TIRES DIRT CHEAP.
i0x3. $4.00: 30x3. $5.00.
All sizes In proportion. Look over
our rebuilts. Open Sundays. Tyler 2986.
sus istn at. Keystone Tire shop.
NEW TIRES DIRT CHEAP
Bnx3'i FISK... .$11.95 34x4 $20.95
Mx3 8.95 36x4 26.95
KAIMAN TIRE JOBBERS. 1722 CUMING
AUTO electrical repairs; service station
for Rayfield carburetor and Columbia
storage batteries. Edwards. 2616 N. 19
RADIATORS repaired. C. Elsasser.2523
S. 21nt St. Tyler 4009. Best work; rea
GOOD FORD radiators for sale. Tyler
Horses Live Stock. Vehicles.
HARNESS. SADDLES AND TRAVELING
We make them ourselves and sell di
rect to the consumer, no middleman's
profit. High grade goods at first cost
Store is 60 years old and our guaran
tee is good. We have large stock of war
harness at low prices.
ALFRED CORNISH & CO.,
Successors to Colling & Morrison.
1210 Farnam St.
800 Sets of Harness,
SADDLE AND COLLARS
at "0 per cent discount; free list price.
Midwest Harness Co.,
700 N. 16th St
SOUND 6-year-old horse, weight 1,200
pounds. 2421 Cuming St. D. 4959.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
S. C. BUFF ORPHINGTON COCKERELS"
cheap lor quick sale; fine birds. Wal
SNOW White Rock Cockerels, also eggs
for hatching. Walnut 288.
RHODE ISLAND RED cockerel for sale.
THE SALVATION Army Industrial homo
solicits your old clothing, furnltuie,
magazines. We collect. We distribute.
Phone Doug. 4135 and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new home,
1110-1112-1114 Dodge street.
WILL Marian Braman, who left Spokane
In September, 1918, please write an
'old friend 7" Percy Collin, Cashmere,
WaBh. , c-o. F. A. Win gate. Box 4 9.
B. B. WRIGHT and WILLIS BROWN are
to call in person at 0122 Tucker St.,
Omaha, Neb.; Florence Station. Phone
I3MILIE STURM Please. write to J. 4.
Hofocker. care Bakery, Gypsum, Kan.
FACE mas.sage, manicuring. Lady oper
ator. 210 North 17th St.
MONEY TO LOAN.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rates. Private loan booths. Harry
Malashock, 1514 Dodge. D. E619. Es. 1884.
FARM and city loanV
E. H. LOUGEE. INC.,
528 Keellne Bide.
BIRTHS AND DEATHS.
Births William and Carrie Taylor, 2622
North Thirteenth street, boy; Stanislav
and Anna Nyklel. 2923 Gold street, boy;
James and Nickine Christensen, 4921
North Twenty-fifth street,, girl; Charlea
and Alta Stiffler, 4319 Larlmore avenue,
boy; Fiderick and Dorothy Garhart,
4426 Barker avenue, boy.
Deaths Vernon Lukas, 5 months, 3114
Y street: John Moravlc, 79, 2005 North
Forty-nmth avenue:- Fay D. Hand. 24,
isnfi Ohio street; Minnie Rosendale, 32,
2202 'A South Sixteenth street; Hugo Gra
han, 49, 4807 Underwood avenue; Mary
Hallat, 35, 5523 South Tiirty-flrst street;
Pauline eBnolken, 23, 4312 Piatt street;
Jessie Lee Calyer, 30. 2214 Wirt street;
Winifred Howerton, 33, 2306 Ogden ave
nue; Sam Jordan, 22, 213 North Twelfth
street; Emil Long. 8 months, 37116 T
street; Louise Lara, 4 months, 2406 P
street; Luctrla Lewis Tietjens, 73, 4432
South Twenty-second street; Aurlna Dave,
61, 2S23 North Sixteenth street; Louisa
Zameka, 80, 2713 South Nineteenth street;
LaVerne Yates, 9 months, 2601 Dodge
street: Robert L. Golding. 81, 3013 Clay
strret: Will Redmond, jr., 6 months,
3333 Emmett street; Stephen A. Redden,
71, 324 North Seventeenth street.
London, Fob. 12. Copper Spof: 119,
17s 6dt electrolytic. 127.
Tin 388 15s; lead, 43 15s; zinc, 62
Jigg and Maggie in Full
of Color in The Sunday Be.
Omaha Live Stock Market.
Omaha, Feb. 12, 19J0.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday 6,720 4,225 7.S14
Official Tuesday 6,391! 8, HNS 10.304
Official Wednesday.. 6,383 9,013 11,076
Estimate Thursday.. 3,300 8,200 12,300
Four days this week. 20,800 30,426 47,684
Same days last week. 30,556 44,878 28,386
Same days 2 wk ago. 34. 949 64,405 42,225
Same days 3 wk ago. 35, 616 63,969 28,212
Same days year ago.35,544 78,528 39,609
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the Union Stock Yards, Omaha, Neb.,
for 24 hours ending at 3 p. m., February
Cattle Hogs Sheep Mules
Missouri Pacific ..1 1
Union Pacific ."4 3.' 15
C. & N. W., east. . . 14 9 4 1
C. & N. W., west. . -22 41 8 1
C, St. P., M. & O.. IB 19 7
C, B. & Q., east ... 6 s
C, B. & y., west.. 18 1! j
C, R. I. & P., cast .8 3 7
C, R. I. & P., west 7 .. -
Illinois Central ... 4 2
Chi. Gt. West 1 2 1
Total receipts 128 128 61 5
. . 7li0
. . 970
. . 545
Morris & Co
Swift & Co
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour & Co
Schwartz & Co
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co.... 17J
So. Omaha Pack. Co... 18
Higgins Packing Co... 6
John Roth & Sons 8
Mayerowich & Vail 8
P. O'Dea 1
Wilson A Co 91
W. B. Van Sant & Co.. :i2
F. P. Lewis to
J. B. Root & Co 141
.1. H. Bulla 2
F. G. Kellogg 18
Werthelmer & Degen.. 17
Ellis & Co J
Sullivan Bros 28
Mo.-Kan. C. & C. Co.. 62
John Harvey 418
Dennis & Francis 57
Omaha Packing 9
Other Buyers 659
Total f. ,. .4.111
Cattle Arrivals of cattle
loss than yesterday with 3,200 yarded.
Tolal for the four days is 10,000 short of
a week ago. and 15.000 less than for the
corresponding time last year.
There was little change on the beef
market this morning, few loads selling at
strong prices early, but the market soon
steadied down. As compared with last
week's close the steers are 25(f.5uc higher
with the full advance especially on the
yearlings. - Prices of butcher stock was
generally unchanged from yesterdny, leav
ing an advance of 25(fir0c for the four
days. Stockers and feeders have sold
very Irregularly all through the week
and, with a steady market today, looked
very near steady as compared with last
week's close with, certain kinds however
A v. Pr. No.
.. 878 $10 50 31.
A v. Tr.
852 $10 75
709 11 00
19. : . .1282 12 35
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
. . 854
. . 993
15. . .
7 00 13.
. . 9 j
. . 889
. . 902
. . 882
. . 1 1)00
8 50 10.
8 8.1 6.
9 00 11.
710 7 35 . 28 760
872 9 10 7 910
836 10 25 22 795
2 255 8 00 5 204 11 00
2 280 11 50 1 260 12 00
1 90 12 50 3 250
i 100 15 00 1 120
6 158 15 50
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
14 6.12 8 00 8 697
7 745 9 60 27 880
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves, 11.60(Sil3.25; lair lo gooa ueeves,
$10.00(11.50; common to fair beeves,
$8.00 iff 10.00; good to choico yearlings,
$12.0013.00; fair to good yearlings,
$10.0012.00; common to fair yearlings,
$.50(S)10.00; choice to prime heifers,
$10.004rll.O0: good to choice heifers, $8.00
(ti'lO.OO; choice to prime cows, $10.00j
11.25; good to choice cows, $8.50(5)10.00;
fair to good cows, $7.25W8.50; common
to fair cows. $5.26'87.25; choice to prime
feeders, $1l.00in)l2.00; good to choice
feeders. $11.CO12.00: nood to choice
feeders. $10.00011.00; medium to good
feeders, $9.00!10.00; common to fair
feeders, $7.509.00; good to choico stock
ers, $9.5011.00; fair to good stockers,
$8,00ti9.60; common to fair stockers,
$0.00197.60: stock heifers, $5.607.60;
stock cows, $5.257.00; stock calves,
$7.009.50; veal calves, $9.5015.60;
bulls, stags, etc.. $5.50Q9.75.
Hogs There was a moderate run of hogs
here today, 116 loans estimated at
head. Trade was very active, there be
lna: a broad shipper demand attain for
good light hogs, which made a top of
(14.90. Choice to prime kinds selling irom
$14.7614.90. The packer market was
largely from $14.60g 14.65 with a few
above this. Heavies were again slow to
sell at unevenly scattered from $14.25
14.60. Bulk of today's sales was 1 4 . t ( i "j
14.80. The market generally Is lOo to 25c
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av. 3h. Pr.
70. .292 80 $14 2.1 49. .373 ... $14 40
38. .282 70 14 50 57. .261 70 i 65
jObtainabla in Denomina
tions $500-$ 1 ,000.
City Real Estate
$100, $500 and $1,000
Tax Froa in Nebraska,
We belisva these securities
matt with the requirements (
tha most conservative Investor!.
OMAHA TRUST GO.
Phone Tyler 100
Affiliated with tie Omaha
National Bank. .
-OU tAID T- WHAT 1,
DO XOU THINK. OF r3
Local Stocks and Bonds
Quotations furnished by Burns, Brlnker
& Co. ,
Basket Sioies Comb 95
Burgeas-Nusli pfd. 7 pet.,
1923-1942 99i 100
Cudahy Packing pfd 100 ..
Deere & Co. pfd 99 H 102
Douglas Motors, com 65
Eldredge-Reynolds Co. 7 pot.
pfd 99 Jj 100
Fairmont Cream pfd 97 100
Fairmont Croam com 175
Harding Cream 7 pet. pfd . 10014
Hastings & Hayden 7 pet. pfd. 90
Hawkeye Portland Cement Co. .. 107V4
Lincoln T. & T. coin. 7 pet. . . 92 Va
Lion B. & S. Co., Omaha 175
Nob. Pow. Co. 7 pet. pfd x 97 M
Nicholas Oil pfd., with bonus 80
Omaha Flour Mills 7 pet. pfd. 90 9:1
Orchard & Williclni 7 pet. pfd. .. 100
Paxton A Gallagher 7 pet. pfd. 9il 100
M. C. Peters Mill 7 pet, pfd.,
1933 98 100
Sherwin-Williams Paint Co. 7
pet. pfd 991, 100
Thompson-Bold n & Co. 7 pot.
pfd 91 mi
Union Stock Yards, Omaha.. 99'j, 100H
Blackstone Hotel 1st mortgage
6Hs, 1919-1926 100
City cf Omaha 4s, 1926 4. 75
City of Fairmont 614s. 1939.. .. 4 90
Cuba Cano Sunar 7s, 1930 99 100
Hill Hotel Bldg. 6fl. 1921-1930 99 a 100
Maytag Co. 6s, 1927 95
New State Tel. 6s, 1926, Sioux
O. & C. B. St. Ry. 5s, 1928.. .. 82 14
Union Stock Yards, Omaha.
1st 5s, 1931 94 96
08. .273 70 14 60
53. .212 ... 14 70
65. .229 2411 14 811
68. .202 ... 14 90
5..2U 200 14 05
8. .189 40 14 75
4. .170 ... 14 85
Sheep Another liberal run of sheep and
lambs arrived for today's trade, some
thing like 12,00(1 head showing up. This
supply was further increased by about 15
loads that were held over from yesterday.
Trade in fut lambs ruled very dull and
draggy at lower pries. Good lambs re
flected a general decline of about 25c to
50c with fat sheep ruling generally steady.
Some Colorado lambs brought $19.75 early,
this price being the top for the day.
Other sales were reported at from $19.85
(ft 19.65. Oood ewes were notched at $12,30
412.4012.60. Dullness featured the coun
try demand and prices for feeders were
generally a big quarter lower, best half
fat lambs are hardly quotable over $1i.i5
at the present time.
Quotations on Sheep Lambs, good to
choice, $19.60419 75; lambs, fair to good,
818.75l 19.25; fleshy feeders. $ 1 7.25l 17.70;
medium weight feeders, $16,7511.17.25; cull
lambs, $14. nofcf 16.50; yarlings, $1B.75i)
17.001s wethers, $12. 6"(,j 14.25; ewes, good
to choice, $12. 0U& 12.60; ew.'.s, fair to good,
$11.604rl2.O0: good feeders ewes. $J.nu(io
9.25; ewe culls and caimers, $7.00 8.00.
No. Av. Pr. No, A v Pr.
122 fed... 75 $18 00 26 fed... 59 $18 00
87 fed. ..109 11 75 198 fed. ..102 12 50
46 fed. .. 60 17 9(1
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, ft-i.. it. moo, Ttecein"
33,000 head; estimated tomorrow, 25,000
head; steady to 10c higher; heavy hogs,
slow; bulk. $14.5015.50; top, $15.66;
heavy, SI 4.40 1 4.90 : medium, $14,754?
15.35; light, $15.0015.65; light light.
$14.7515.50; heavy packing sows, smooth.
$13.5014.26; packing sows, rough, $13.00
13.50; pigs. $13.76tol5.O0.
Cattle Receipts, 9,500 head: estimated
tomorrow, 7,000 head: firm; beef steers,
medium and heavy weight, choice and
prime. $15.00 17.00; medium and good.
$11.15(3115.00; common, $9.00011.15; light
weight, good and choice, $12.15014.OO;
common and medium. $8.50fS.35; butch
er cattle, heifers, $6.60S12.60; cows. $6.50
W11.35: canners and cutters, $5.259116.50;
veal calves, $16.003 17.60; feeder steers,
$7.50011.50: stacker steers, $6.75i)10.25.
Sheep Receipts, 17.000 head; estimated
tomorrow, 8,000 head; weak; lambs. 84
pounds down, $18.50 21,26; culls and
common, $ 15.00 18.25 ; ewes, medium and
choice, $11.0013.75: culls and common,
Hansas City Live Htwk.
Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 12. Cattle Re
ceipts, 3.600; market steady to firm; heavy
beef steers, choice and prime, $14,250
16.00; medium and good. $l2.15ig'l4.25:
common, $9.50!S112.15; lightweight, good
to choice, $11.4053)14.75: good and me
dium, $8.0"&11.40; butcher cattle, heifers.
$7.0011.75: rows, $6.90 jpl 1.25; veal
calves, $13.00 15.75; feeder steers, $8.50
13.00; stocker steers, $6.2."SM 0.'25.
Hogs Receipts, 5,000; market steady to
weak; bulk, $14.40jpl4.8fl; heavies, $14.30
14.65: medium. 14.40"J14.90; lights,
$14.ou15.00; packing sows, $13.0013.50;
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 6,000; mar
ket 15c to 25c lower; lambs, $17.2520.00;
culls and common, il2.0Offll7.oo; yearling
wethors, $15.5018.0O; ewes, $1fl.50ifi 13.25;
culls and common, $5.2610.25 ; breeding
ewes, $8.0014.25; feeder lambs, $15.00(8)
Sioux City Live Stork.
Sioux City, la., Feb. 12. Cattle Re
ceipts, 2.500 head; market steady; beef
steers choice fed, $12.00015.00; short fed,
flO.OOSt 12.00; fair beef steers, $7.0008.00;
fat cows and holfers, $8.00012.00; can
ners, $5.0006.75; veal calves, best, $8,000
10. 00; common calves, $6.00((fl9.0O. feeders,
$8.60010.50; stockers, $9.0009.50; feeding
cows and heifers, $5.2507.50.
Hogs Receipts, 9,004) head; market
steady to 15c lower; light, $14.50014.80;
mixed, $14.40(ffl6.65; heavy, $14.00014.35;
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 1,000 head;
St. Joseph Live Stock.
St. Joseph, Mo., Feb. 12. Cattle Re
ceipts, 1,200 head; steady; steers. $9.60
14.50; cows and heifers, $5.50012.50;
Hogs Receipts, 6000 head: market
steady to weak; top, $14.80; bulk, $14.40
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, S.000 head;
steady; lambs, $19.00020,75; ewes, $12.00
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Ga., Feb. 12. Turpentine
Nominal, $1.96; receipts, 18 bbls.; ship
ments, 36 bbls.; stock, 9,075 bbls.
Rosin Nominal on D and above, noth
Ine doine on N. other grades steady.
Quote: B, D, E, F. $17.00; O, H. I, $17.25;
K. Jls.oo; M, $19. oo; jx, jnu.uu; wu,
$20.60: WW, $20.75.
jz mwmsr i
N PURE FOOIT PRODUCTS
PORK AND BEEF PACKERS PROVISIONERS
PRODUCE DEALERS WHOLESALE BAKERS
. e. amo eoaeiox
Drawn for The Bee by McManus
Copyright. 1919 International Newt Service- 1
ONE OF THEM
KIN BE ELECTED! I
Oysters "King Colo," Chesapeake stand
ards, small cans, 32u; large cans, 65c; per
gallon, $2.35. "King Cole." Chesapeake se
lects, small cans, 38c: large cans, 60c;
per gallon, $2.75. "King Cole," northern
standards, snt.ll cans, 88c; large cans,
65c( per gallon, $2.80. "King Cole." north
ern selects, Bmall cans. 43c; large cana,
70c; per gullon, $3.15. "King Cole" counts,
small cans, 48c; large cans, 75c; per gal
lon, $3 40. Shell oysters, per 100 cotuit,
$2.75: blue points. $1.60. Clams, per 100.
little necks, cherry atones, $1.75; quohogs.
Mommoth celery, per dot., $1.75.
Frozen Fish fancy pan frozen, dressed
Rayfiejd herring, single layer pans, per
lb., 7c; box lots, 6c; fancy pan frozen,
Jersey Whiting, per lb., do; box lotsi 4e;
f;ncy hailbut, medium, per lb., 24c;
chicken, per lb., 21c: fancy black cod
(chief of low priced fish), per lb., 16c;
fancy salmon, red, peir lb,, 25c; pink, per
lb., 20c; fancy trout (medium sizes), per
lb., 24c; fancy wnitefistr, Selkirk, pan
frozen, per lb., 20c; fancy yellow pike. No.
1, per 1U, 18c; fancy dressed Jack pickerel,
per lb., 1"'C; fancy frozen tulllbee white
fish, per lb., 12c; box lets, lo less; black
bass, per lb., 20035c; croppies, per lb., IS
022c; sunfish, pe" lb., 10c; yellow perch,
per lb., 12015c; fancy headless ling cod,
per lb., 12c; fancy headless pollock, per
Fresh Fish Catfish, per lb. 23c; bull,
heads, 22c; halibut, 26c; whiteflsh. Lake
Superior, market trout, medium sizes, 30c;
black bass, 25035c; croppies, 24c. Finr.an
haddie, 30-lb, box, per lb., 18c; smoked
whltefish, 10-lb. basket, per lb., 23c; kip
pered salmon, 10-lb. bar, per lb., 32c;
headless hrtmp, per gal., $1 75; medium
frogs, per doz., $2.00; peeled shrimp, per
gal., $2.50; lobsters, per lb., 60oT vcallopa,
per gal., $4.75; crab meat, per can. I1. 50.
WhoKsaie prices of beef cuts effective
February 9 are as follows: No. 1 ribs,
36c; No. 2 ribs, 27c; No.-3 ribs, 20c; No.
1 loins, 46c, No. 2 loins, 33e; No. 3 loins,
2.1c; No. 1 rounds, 23ic; No. 2 rounds,
22c; No. 3 rounds, 18"e; No. 1 chucks,
14V4c; No. 2 chucks, . 12c; No. 3 chucks,
O'ac; No. 1 plates, 13c; No. 2 plates, 10c;
No. 3 plates, 8110.
Prices furnished bv Gallnsky Co.
Grape Fruit Dr. Phillips, 64, 64, 70, (0,
Fruits Oranges, 150, 126. $6.50; 218, 200,
170, $0.75; 252, 288, 324, $6.00. Lemons.
3H0. 3C0 Sunklst, $8.00; 300. 360 Red Ball,
$7 50. Bananas, per lb., 9c. i
PearB De'AnjIou, S4.60. 1
Apples Delicious, extra fancy, (4, 300,
$5; Delicious, extra fancy, 13!, small,
$4.75; Winter Bananas, extra fancy, $4.76;
Winter Bananas, fancy, $4.25; Jonathan
extra fancy, $3. 50; Jonathan fancy, $3.25;
Jonatha, C grade, $2.90; Wlnesaps. $8.15;
W. W. Pear-m.nln, $3.15; extra fancy Rome
Beauties, small sizes, $3.00.
Sweet l'otatoes Jersey Hampers, $3;
bbl. Virginia, $ii.50.
Cranberries Bbl. late Howes, $12; bbl.
Jersey, $11; box cranberries. $4.
Potatoe.i .Minnesota R. K. Ohios, t'jc;
while table stock. 5c.
Onions Large red, 8c; large yellow,
7 's'"; Spanish, Ji.00 per crate.
Canadian rutabagas, per lb.. $3; beets,
carrots, parsnips. 3c; hubbard squash,
2Vic; cabbage (crate lots), 2t.c; cabbage
(small lots), 3o; celery. Michigan, per doz.,
20c: celery, extra Jumbo California, doz.,
$2; celery-. Jumbo, $1.50; celery, medium,
il; celery, crate lots, rough, per quart,
i9; cauliflower, per crate, i3; Brussell
sprouts, per lb., 20c: artichokes, per lb..
. Older winesap and Jonathan. Beg,
$7.60: Oregon Hood River cider. $10.
Hcney 2 dozen, frames comb, $8.00; i
dozen 6 ounce glass strained, $3.60.
Omaha liny Market.
Receipts heavy on both prairie hay and
alfalfa, while the demand is only fair.
Market steady on the better grades of
hay and alfalfa. The medium grades of
alfalfa are some lower. Oat and wheat
straw easier with no change in prices.
No. 1 upland prairie hay, $22.00023.00;
ro. z upland prairie nay, is.uu(pzo.imi;
No. 3 upland prairie hay, $10.00012.00;
No. 1 mildiuid priair hay, $20.00022.00;
No. 2 midland prairie hay, $16.00018.00;
No. 1 lowland prairie hay, $14.00015.00;
No. 2 lowland prairie hay. $10.00012.00;
No. 3 lowland prairie hay, $8.00010.00.
.Choice Alfalfa, $33.00034.00; No. 1
choice alfalfa. $S0. 00032. 00; standard
alfalfa, $27. on w 30.00; No. 2 standard al.
falfa, $21.noi)25.00; No. 3 standard al
Oat straw, $11.00013.00: wheat straw,
London, Feb. 12. Bar Silver 88-!id per
Money and Discount Unchanged.
We Specialize in the Careful
Handling of Orders of
Grain and Provisions
All Important Markets
We Are Members of
Chicago Board of Trade
Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce
Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce
St. Louis Merchants Exchange
Kansas City Board of Trade
Sioux City Board of Trade
Omaha Grain Exchange
We Operate Offices at: ,
Omaha, Neb. Sioux City, la.
Lincoln, Neb. Atlantic, la.
Hastings, Neb. Hamburg, la.
Holdrege, Neb. Des Moines, la.
Geneva, Neb. Milwaukee, Wis.
and all of these offices are con
nected with each other by private
Wa Solicit Your Patronage.
THE UPDIKE GRAIN
Grain Exchange Building,
P. S. Cash Consignment Solicited.
R. C. HOWE,
VICE , PRESIDENT and GENERAL
OMAHA, U. S. A,
Thie great independent food products cam
pany is owned by some 1,000 stockholders, in
cluding some of the west's greatest live stock
South Side Settlement
Starts Better Gardens
The Omaha Social Settlement,
2827 Q street, will promote com
munity and home gardens the same
as last1" year, commencing this
spring. The coming year is ex
pected to be more successful than
The contest for "better gardens"
will commence as soon as the
ground can be made ready and a
plat of ground located on Q street,
between Thirty-third and Thirty
sixth streets, property of the Stock
Yards company, has been secured.
Announcement is made that those
desiring space in the new garden
plots must make application to the
head resident at the Social Settle
ment before March 1. n
South Side Brevities
Theodore Spencer, 1826 Edward street,
win arrested by South Side police Wed
nesday night on a charge of vagrancy,
l'ollrs say he avoids work and hangs
around pool halls.
Food worth $10 up to $100 will he de
livered to your relatives In Warsaw, Buda
pest, Prague, Vienna or Hnmhurg. You
ran make tha arrangements at l'acker's
National bank, 24th and O Sts.
Mlnlturo stock raisers contributed 1
cars of livestock to tho local market
Tuesday. Shippers included Dave
Etrecker. Jacob Miller, Henry Meader,
Ciiiks & Roth, David Snyder, George Lie
and O. Dennis & Son. ,
We wish to express our sincere gratitude
to our many friends and neighbors for
the fltral offerings and kindness shown
us during the Illness and death of our be
hived wife and mother.
FRANK CARLSON AND FAMILY.
A number of shorthorn cattle breedets
of Nebraska will attend the third annual
Shcrthorn congress given February 17-18.
in the International Live Stock bulldltg
at Chicago by the American Shorthorn
l:reedera' association. There will bo $5,000
Cecelia Keane, 14 months old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Keane, died
Wednesday at the family home, 5713
South Thirtieth street. The funeral was
held from the family residence Thursday
afternoon. Burial was made in, St. Marys
Steve Zedoge. Thirty-seventh, and .T
streets,, was caught- with his dinner pall
full of snap and another bar In his pockets.
It la said to have been stolen fr.lm
the Cudahy Packing company Wednesday
night. Zedoge, who Is 16 years old, was
turned over to his mother.
George Goodman, 4J28 South Thirty
sixth street, for 18 years an employe of
the Cudahy Packing company, was arrest
ed Thursday by Special Officer Peter
.lolly, of the South Side, on a charge of
hnvlng stolen $1 worth of pork chops.
Ucodinan will explain to the court Friday,
In lost December Mrs. Sophia Vardla,
2712 R street, was arrested on a charge
of having lilt gal possession of Intoxicat
ing llnuor. She was ordered to appear
In South Side police court February 9,
but fnllid to show up, and a capias was
Issued for her arrest Thursday. She wis
taken Ir.to, custody, gave bonds, and will
appear in court Friday.
Chicago, Feb. 12. Bufter Firm; cream
ery. 4 9a58l4c. '
Eggs Higher; receipts, 8,901 eases;
firsts, 61 0)1". H4c; ordinary firsts, 4248o;
at mark, cases Included, 4960Uic.
Poultry Alive, lower; springs, $0c;
Chicago, Feb. 12. Potatoes Steady; ar
rivals, 38 cars; northern sacked, $4,150
4.30; northern bulk, $4.25(8)4.45; western
Consumers Power Co.
General & Refunding:
Ten Year 7 Gold Bonds
Price 98 and interest
Yielding over 7.28
7 Serial Gold
At price to yield
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Telephone 3816 Douglas .
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