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THE SEE; OMAHA, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1920,
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
South Dakota Lands.
Possession March 1.
rar BaleBest farm bargain Inf Mln
aehaha county; lo acres, well lm
, proven, now 4ulldlnrs: 8 miles from
V "TV n of payment If aold
.. quick; pries only fat per acre. Write,
F. C, WHITEHOr8E Co.,
Bioux Faun. H. D.
nfA.ou anl corn '' l'alfa land that
win pay you nig interest on your money.
xnen I have Just what you arc looking
- Jr- Writ John Pusey Land Co, Miller.
OR HEALTH, for Wealth for Southwest
larm and railed bargain, tell us
your want. U. M. Maglll. Central Of
flea Bldg.. San Antonio. Tex.
Real Estate, Loans, Mortgages.
" "HOPKN A COMPANT. Doug. Hit,
MONEY to lend on Improved Heal Estate.
In t erf payable semi-annually. W. H.
THOMAS A BON, iiS Keeling Bldg.
Omaha hoviks kast. neb. farms,
o'kekfh rkal estate co.
leu Om. Nat Bk. Bldg Don. 1718.
in to 110,000 made promutly,
P. WEAP, Wead Bids. 810 8. Uth St
BUCK. Loans. 4 23 Omaha Nat
SAVB MONKY. WE
BOLVK VirtJR INCOMB TAX.
WRITl'i HOT A-37. OMAHA BFK.
Stocks and Bands.
' Wanted 12,000 loan on 18,000 frater
nal Insurance policy. Man wishing to
make loan la beneficiary. Face of policy
will coma to beneficiary upon death of
Insured, who la 61 years old and In poor
health. Will arrange matters so that
entire 13,000 w ill be paid to note bolder
upon death of Insured, and will keep
up premiums In insurance. Chiue to
make from 1500 to $1,000 In short time.
Addresa Bee, Boa M-3.
EEAL ESTATE WANTED.
MUST HAVE HOME
I must hava a good home In Omaha
' of from S to 7 rooms not later than May
1: must be well located and attractive.
Hive full detail aa to location and price
first letter. Address J. II. Ullson, Mor
ns Apai trnenta
WB 'hAVE served the Omaha public In
buying and selling real estate for over
3D years. Wa- hava many calls now for
homes. List your property with ne. W
wilt serve you to your best Interests.
McCague Investment Co.
WTLlTpiiycaiih for good six or seven
, room home. Must ba well located and
priced i right Reply giving full de
Box T-S, Umaha aee.
"WANTED Properly In north port of
town. Cull or write. J. Levlne. 1708 N.
24th Rt. Web. 4314.
WE have buyers waiting.
EDWARD WILLIAMS CO.,
803 Omaha National Fk. Bldg.
Wii hAVIi cash buyera fur cottagea and
bungalows silcely located. Shrlver, 1047-
0 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg. I. 1886.
EEaLE3T AT R and. ail kinds of" insurance.
HERMANREN & CO.
, 743 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
X To buy or b 11 Omaha Real Estate sea
fowler & Mcdonald
1130 Ctty Nnt'l. Bank Bldg. Uoug. Has.
REAL ESTATE, UNIMPROVED.
CL'MINtl Near 29th St., 44xl'iS; must be
sold tn close an estate. '. A. Orlmmel,
140 Omaha Nat. Bank Bldg.
toT 60x165. near Dundee Must sacrl
tlo. will take car -is rart payment,
Webster 430. y
24th Street Corner
Brick Store Building
' Pri't-e $13,500; two good tenants
at. $135 prr month. A real invest-
m'eht. No expenses except taxes
, ;;ikI inurrnoe.
GLOVER & SPAIN
, - iiKAi.Tor.s, ' ;
T'ouV. 23. H-;o t lty National.
ft'ST" OKwTeaveuworlh St., 3-apartnient
flat of six rooms each: modern but heat;
iil.xo (-room house In rear: lot 6xl3S
feet: annual rental 81,020.00. which
" .could be increased. Price 10,250, part
T RUMBULi & AUSTIN,
Tyler 7SS. 1305 '1st Nal. Bank Bldg.
" FOR" SALE. " ,
. Three-story brl:k building, full cor
ner lot In wholesale district. Possession
- DUMONT & CO.
418 Kaallna Midi?. Phone Doug. 680.
INCOME FOR LAND.
We have 11 houses' Hated In Omaha.
Owner wants land.
S. 8- & K. K. MONTGOMERY.
' . ' '. SIS City National.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
JO RSALE OK EXCHANGE Modern brick
.apartment, 24 raomH,-very close In, on
" cap line and paved street; always well
rented: trade for good acreage or other
s (rood property. Price, 116,000. Equity,
' 810,000. Address 948, Omaha Bee.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
ACRKr In council Biuirs. -ne miia
from Omaha car line. Rich, well-drained
and level. Can be bought for 81.400.
Terms, H cash; balance to suit buyer.
McOee REAL ESTATE CO.,
10S PeBrl St Council Bluffs. la.
'' Beautiful Home. .
In Council Bluffs.
An 8-room strictly modern house, with
an acre of ground in fruit. Close to
Omaha car. This house Is finely finished
and In a beautiful residence district.
Vox. A 3", Oninha Bee.
Brand New Six-Room
, Stucco Residence
. ' , In Dundee
An extra good itp-to-thc-niintite
house, close to school and car
' line, east front lot, large living
-room across front fitted with fire
place, and bookcases; oak finish;
1 3 large bedrooms, 'plenty of closet
space in each, enamel finish, tile
bath, latest of fixtures, tile floor
in kitchen, built-in cupboard and
wptk table, cemfcnt basement, coal
b'n, furnace. Kor terms, etc., call
: Douglas 4911, days; eve. Tyler
51'7. As'; for Mr. Spence.
. We specialise In Dundee hnmee.
C. B. STUHT CO., .
lt-14 Cltv NallonaL .Douglas 8lR7.
"Brand New Six-Room
. ' Stucco Residence
v V In Dundee
..I Furnace heat, east front lot,
large ' living room across " front,
fitted with fireplace, bookcases,
y oak finish, 3 bedrooms upstairs
and plenty of closet space; also
tile bath, enamel finish, tile iloor
in kitchen, bui!t-inscupboard, en-
mel finish, cement basement,
floor drain, coal bin, extra good
' up-to-the-minute home,' ready to
occupy. Terms, etc. Call Doug
. las 4911, days; Tylerv 5167, eve.
' Ask for Mr. Spend.. ;
' 11 400 'and 12,000 down, buys partly mod
.ro, 4-room house with three corner
lota on Ralston car line: elose to school.
. ehurch and cars: on saved street Frank
Kadlec. "01 Q. Sy
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
Wilt cover the first payment on this
all modern eigni-room uw, """"
in a fine neighborhood, wne block from
the N. 24th 8t ear line on Wirt St.,
one block from school: hot water heat,
lot 60X125: -price V500. ,
. Commercial Realty Oo.,
fir. Pearaon. 1518 City TTat Bd. T. 8230.
1 - con SSALK.
a danles home located at Twenty-
u.rer' t rooma OB each side
! air modertT and In fine condition; Urge
corner r'a ,w. .... . " , " .
slMltl garage; uaYed atreet Tyler 1237,
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
9 ROOMS AND
Living room, dining room, li
brary and kitchen on first floor; 5
bedrooms and sleeping porch,
bath, on second floor; floored at
tic; full cement basement extra
toilet, hot water heating plan!; oak
interior and floors downstairs;
maple floors and birch woodwork
upstairs. One of the best built
houses in the city and has to be
seen to be appreciated. High and
sightly. A few moments from
downtown. Priced to sell at $11,
000. Call ,
Omaha National Bank Bldg.,
OMAHA Ilea' Estate sffl Investment.
J. J. MULVIHILL,
200 Brsi.dels Theat. Doug. U.
WB bave cash buyers tor West Farnam
and Dundee homes. 'Phono Douglas
C074 and we will call and Inspect your
v ornperty Shuler A Car.
COMFORTABLE (-room modern housa In
good condition: corner lot; on car line;
Bemla Pink; 83.000 cash, balance easy
terms. Phone Harney 1392.
Omaha Real Estate and Investment.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
021 Psxton B!k. i 'Phone Tyler 4888.
For good homes on good terms.
OK HORN B REALTY CO.,
430 Re Hide. Tyler 488.
4l3 FRANKLIN, 4 -room house, t lota;
fine for garden; 1200 cash, 3H per no,
Crelgh, 608 Bee Bldg., Doug. J00.
J. B.'ROBINSON. Real Estate andlnvest-
ments. 443 Bee Bldg., Douglas 8097.
BENSON ft MEYERS CO.. 424 Om. Nat'L
YOUNG & DQH ERTY.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
322 BRANDEIS THEATER. D. 1761.
HOUSES FOR SALE
One 8-rooni close In, modern, except
One H-room close In. modern, hot wa
ter heat, 34,000.
One 8-roo:n near Fontrnelle park, hot
water heat, corner lot, shada and fruit
Onn 4-room near Fnntenelle park,
modern exeeot heat. 82.200.
S. S. & R. E. Montgomery
Moueiaa 1313, vyainut 213.
REDUCED TO WOO
St. Louis flat; extra good, 5
room apartment down, 6-rooin
apartment up; all modern; located
in good residence district on car
Omaha National Bank Bldg.,
Six-room frame bungalow, oak finish
throughout, with garage; full cement
basement, on paved street; 1 blocks to
Harney car line. Price 86,600. Don't
full to set this. Call Walnut 2812 for
Mitchell Investment Co.
Twenty-fourth and Ames. Phone Col
Offers personal and experienced serv
ice In the management of proporty,
either as rental or aales agents
COLLIF.lt PLACE SNAP.
Seven rooms, all modern, with full
cemented tutHment; one and one-half
blocks to car; In fine residence district;
located netr 3)th and Meredith Ave.
Price, 86,800. R. C. Clary Co., 2408-06
Ame. Avk., Colfax 1T6.
FOR NORTH, SIDE BUSINESS MAN.
Five-room bungalow, all modern with
floored uttlc, on paved street and car
Hue; also garage; located on Ames Ave.,
Just west of the boulevard. Price 35,750.
R. V. CLARIS CO.,
2404-li Ames Ave. Colfax 176.
Five-room all modern bungalow with
Immediate possession; only 1 block to
car and school In Florence. Price 83,650
with 31,0" cash.
R. F. CLARY CO.,
2404-00 Ames Ave. Colfax 175.
Seven-room, atrlctlv modern home:
r newly painted and decorated; clone to
school and car. Terms, sfov.vo casn,
balanco monthly. Cull Tyler 1358 for
BUY NOW $5,250.
Pandy six-room strictly modern house,
corner lot opposite Kountzo Park. Birch
finish down stairs: three bedrooms end
bath upstairs. Full basement Big bar
gain at price.
Doug. 153!L W. T. Graham. 804 Bee Bldg.
Attractive eight-room house facing
Kountie Park. Newly decorated. Full
lot. 60x124. Strictly modern and in best
condition. 32,000 will' handle.
Doug. 1833. W. T. Orajiam. 604 Bee Bldg.
MAKE YOUR OWN LIVING.
We have acreage; some that Is Im
proved, not far from car line; call on
us if you are interested. .
R. F. CLARY CO.,
2404-8 Ames Ave. ' Colfax 175
SIX-ROOM modern, on one floor on paved
street with garage; west of the boule
vard on Miami St. Frtce. 14,200. with
82,000 cash. R. F. Clary Co. J404-6
i Ames Ave. Colfax 176.
FOR SALE 609 and 611 N. 18th St., two
8 rooms and one 4 raoms: rented for
863 per month: always rented; priced
to sell at fti.250. I. N. Hammond, room
805, Brandeis Theater.
6-ROCjM mod-n house, lot, 72x150. 3420
California. Inquire of owner after 7:30
p. m. .
MODERN 7-rnom house', hot water heat
east front, bargain, at 13,600.
Morearty & Conboy,
D. 3841. Tyler 4677. Web. 6168.
MILLER PARK bungalow; t rooms and
bath; all oak finish; floors quarter
sawed; fireplace, French doors, etc.; 2
years old; eaat front; big snap for cash
at 8S.600 Douglas 1734.
BUY FROM owner, strictly modern, 9
rooms and bath, 86,000; terms. Sea this
before you buy. Webster 847.
ALL mod. 6-r. bungalow, eaat faent cor.
lot close to ear line and school; rtady
to move In. 36,000 81,600 cash. D
1734. days! Col. 1835. nights.
FOR COLORED 8-room strictly modern
home, paved atreet and near car; 83,300,
3300 rash. Johnson. Tyler 2724 or
FINE LOCATION, 655 Florence Blvd.;
all modern. S-room, oak finish, built-in
features. For appointment, call Web
8 ROOMS, modern home, gaa lights, hot
and cold water, 3.660. 3500 cash. John
son. Tyler 2724 on M'ebster 4160.
BRICK and stone bungalow, nearly new.
All oak, fireplace, Frencn doors, worth
37.000. Sacrifice. 25,600." Douglas 1734.
A FEW homes and lots for sale in Park-
wood Addition; a aafe plao Invest
ment Norris tx Norria. Doug. .T?
3425 PARKER street, good 6-room cottage,
modern except furnace. Corner lot 60g
S3. Webster 3537.
MINNS LUSA homes and lota offer the
best opportunity to lnveal your money.
Good Nine-Room House at
1318 So. 2Sth St; oak floor through
out except kitchen; half basement;
good furnace and perfectly -modern;
four rooma and reception downstairs,
with fireplace in library; five bedrooms
and bath upstairs; good cistern. ' This
is an east front and large lot $1,500
down and price 35.809 this week. Call
J. A. Graham, Harney 3835.
to buy a well-built, brand new
- home for small cash payment of
only $450 ii here, but you will
have to act ptomptly, for it is go
ing to sell quickly. It has five
comfortable sized, nicely arranged
rooms and bath oh one floor; the
- oors throughout are oak: good
window arrangement; in a neigh-
- pchoodpf new homes; large lot;
v Kraestone ftukco finish: full ce
mented basemcVt,; etc. Call WalJ
WJ, ., or evenings, OJOug. 74U.
"Ask for Mr. Grant
Omaha Live Stock.
4 Omaha, Hatch 1.
Receipts were!' Cattle. Boca. Sheep:
4.800 8.600 , 8.400
Same day last week 8,156 8.065 11.148
Same day 8 w'a an 6,106 10.866 9,444
Sam day t wa a'o 6.72 4.225 7,814
Same day year ago (,877 15,821 8,373
Receipts and disposition of lire stock
at the Union Stock yarda, Omaha, Neb.
tor 24 hours ending at 2 o'clock p. n
March 1, 1320:
Cattle For the first day of the week
cattle receipts were rather light with an
estimate calling for 4,600 head.. This la
about 1,000 less than a waek ago and tha
smallest run for Monday in some time.
Beef steers opened up around 25c higher
than last week's close, sold actively both
to parkera and outsiders. Quality also
showed some improvement although re
ceipts were light. Butcher stock shared
In the advance, moat cowa being 25o
higher with aome to shipper even more
than that. Calves and bulls were about
ateady. Traders and country buyers were
on the feeder market ana were picaing
up all grade at price that looked 150
25e above last week' close.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves, $11.00913.00; fair to good beeves,
310.00pil.00; common to fair beeves,
$8.0010.00; good to choice yearlings,
311.0O12.00; fair to good yearlings,
3H.0012.00; fair to good yearlings,
69.60011. 00; common to fair yearlings,
8. 0009.60; choice to prime hetfera. $9.50
810.60; good to choice heifers, $8.00
9.60; choice to prime cows. 89. 00S 10.76;
good to choice cows, ta.uotsv uu; iair to
good cows, i(.5UW.oo: common to iair
cows, $3.00 6.50; choice to prime feed
ers, $10.60 11.26; good to choice feed
ers, 89.7510.60; medium to goou ieca-
ers, 38.50&8.76: common to lair reeuers,
$7.6008.(0; good to choice stockera. 39.60
ti' 1 0.50: fair to good aiockers, n.mw
9.60; common to fair grades,
7.7G; stock heifers, 35.(0616. 50;
cows, $5.006.00; stack calves.
I. do; veal calves, .ouif io.uu;
itagSt etc., $5,00050.
13 60 65.. 263 ...
33 65 48. .236 ...
3 73 4. .207 ...
12 65 71..2C1 ...
13 65 .15. .Hi . . .
13 75 43. .233 4
13 80 70. .239 ...
216 40 IS 90
. . 899
. M0 18 00
. 10 14 50
. 340 10 no
. 90 14 0l
. 224 15 00
.1172 10 85
8 (0 4...
8 00 7...
8 00 4...
i30 fed.. 74 19 35 43 fed.. 08 19 00
Hog Receipts were estimated at in
loads, or 8,600 head. The shippers were
supplied with a few onlerM that enabled
them to take nogs largely at sieauy
prices, paying from $13.70 to a top of
$14.20. Packers were very bearish and
the market decidedly uneven, varying
from steady to 15 cents lower. Bulk of
today's sales was $13.5014.OO with heavy
hogs selling unevenly from $13.50 down
Mi TIB "Ay N & "IB "AV 'ON
17. .258 ... 13 00 76. .202 230 13 25
13. .290 ... 13 40
Sheep The week opens out with a fair
else run of aheep and lambs, about "8,000
heart showlne- un. There waa very nttie
demand from local packers during early
rounds and the general ertort was mane
to cheapen coat on killing materials Prices
for both fat sheep and lamn ruiea sow
50c lower, in most cases, with the trade
dull and draggy. Good fat Iambs had
to sell around $18.75019.00 with plain
heavy grades aa low aa $18.00. Good ewes
dropped to $12.7613.00. Most business of
consequence waa transacted in feeder and
this branch of the market ruled nominal
(flotations on sneep ana tamos: lbdidb.
gooiT to choice, $18.7519.25; lambs, fair
t-v good. 817.7518.50; fleshy feeders,
317.004717.50: medium weight feeders,
$16.25 IT. Oil: cull lambs, $14.0016.60;
yearlings, $16. 00017.26; wethers, $13.26
14.2a; ewes, gooa to cnoice, tia.DUfuvij.za;
ewes, fair to good, $12.00012.60; good
feeder ewes, $8.259.50; ewes, cull and
cannera, 37.00$ 8.00.
Kansas City Live Stock. '
Kansas City, Mo., March 1. Cattle Ro-
coipts, 13,500 head: market steady to 26c
higher; r.eavy Deer steers, cnoice ana
prime, $13.15014.60; medium and good,
$11.40013.10; common, $9.40011.85; light
weight, good and choice, $11.10013.00;
common and medium, Is.ouqjiii.iu;
butcher oattle, heifers, 6.85ep l2.o; cows,
$6.oo11.10; canners and cutters, $4,500
6.60: veal calves. $12.6014.60; feeder
steers, $7.75012.35; stocker steers, $6,250
Hogs Receipts. 13,000 head; market
steady to 25c lower; bulk, f 11.65714.25;
heavies, 313.40013.90; mediums, $13,700
14.45: lights, $13.86014.66; packing aqna,
$12.00012.75; pigs, $11.00014.26. '
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 14,800
head; steady to 25c lower for lambs;
sheep strong; lambs, $17.00019.75; culls
and common, $12,00016.75; yearllnss
wether, 815.50018.00; and ewes, $11,000
13.75; culls and common, $6.25010.75;
breeding owes, $11.00014.00; feeder
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, March 1. Hogs 40,000. esti
mated tomorrow 40,000; steady to 15c low
er. Bulk $14.25015.00; top $16.25; heavy
$14.10014.60; medium $14.60016.00; light
$14.86015.26; light light $14.60015.00;
heavy parking sows smooth $12.00013.60;
packing sow, rough, $12.26013.76; pigs,
Cattle 13,000; estimated tomorrow 13,000;
firm. Beef steers medium 'and heavy
weight: Cholc and prime $14.26016.00;
medium and good $11.6014.26; common
$9.00011 50. Light, good and choice $12.00
16.25; common and medium $8.60012.00;
butcher cattle heifera $6.6013.00; cows
$S. 26011.75; canners and cutter $4,600
6.26; val calves $16.25010.50. Feeder
steers $7.60011-50; stocker steer $8.7(0
Sheep 13,000; estimated tomorrow 10,
000; firm. Lambs. $17.60020.30; ewes and
common, $.00ti'10.76; ewes, medium and
good, choice. $11.25014.50; culls and com
Sioux City Un Stock.
Sloug City, 1.. March 1. Cattle -Ke-ceipt.
2,500 head; market strong; beef
steers, choice fed, $13.00015.00; short
fed, $11.$013.00;. beef cows, $8.0O9.60;
fat cows and heifers, $10.60011.60: can
ners, $5.0000.50; feeders, J9.5U if m.t'i;
stockers. 98.bO01O.vo; veal calves, Desi,
80.00O1S.00; common calves, $6.0009.00;
feeding cowa and heifers, $6.(007.60.
Hogs Receipts. M00 bead; market
weak U 10 cent; light, $11.80014.00,
mixed, $18.60013.76; heavy, $13.26 0 13.65;
Sheep Receipts, 15,00$ head; market,
St. Joseph live Stock.
St. Joseph, Mo., March 1. Cattle Re
ceipts, 2,500 head; mn.ket higher; steers,
30.00O13.50; cows and heifers, $4,260
12.00. calves. $6.00014.00.
Hogs Receipts, 8,000 head: market 5
to 15c lower; top, $14.35; bulk, $13.7(0
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. T,000 head;
market slowr steady; lambs, l8.50O20.00;
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
Just listed, 4 acres of ground
with 8-room house, ohicken house
and barn, at Thirty-ninth and Ida
streets; all fenced . and cross
fenced with high woven wire; nice
high and sightly place; plenty of
large shade trees and several fruit
trees. Owner's health is failing
him; has offered to sacrifice this
for $4,300; one-half cash. This is
a real snap "at this money.
Omaha National Bank Bldg., '
We Have Property far Rent or Sale.
AMERICAN SECURITY CO.
K. W. Cor lth and Dcdge. Doug, toil.
LIST vnur houses and lots for aulck sale
with Haating Heyden, realtors. 1(14
Harney street. Phone Tyler CO.
fTP iri7rrrP jp, rn Rai tte'
- ta w. (til, rents
and Insures. 2(0 Be Bldg. Douglas (33.
MONEY TO LOAN.
FARM and city loans.
K. H. LOUUKK. LNCL. .
MS Koollne Bldg.
DIAMONDS AND JEW ELRT-LOANS.
Lowest rates. Private loan booths. Harry
Malashock, 1(14 Dooge. Df 6(11. Ea. 1S94.
Industrial News" of the Day
Osaaha Grain Market.
Omaha. March 1, 1(20.
All grain had a slew sale, not enough
wheat had been marketed up to a late
hour to make a basis for quotationa. The
demand was light Early aales of corn
were made at about Saturday's figures.
Traders did not get together readily on
prices for this cereal. Oat were un
changed. Rye advanced lc.
Caah aales were:
Wheat No. 1 hard, 1 car, $1.40; No. t
mixed, 1 cars, $2.16, (durum.)
Corn No. 4 white, 4 cars, $1.39; No. (
yellow, 1 cars, 31.34. 1 cars, $1.33, 1 car,
$1.31; No. ( mixed, 1 cars, $1.34 (near
white,) 1 car, $1.12 (near white), 2 cars,
$1.11; No. ( white, ( cars, $1.36.
Oats No. 3 white, 1 car, 66 Ho. (shipper
Rye No. 2. 1 car, $1.53, 1 car, $1.51; N.o.
3, 3 cars, $1.61.
OMAHA GRAiN MOVEMENT.
Today Week Tear
Wheat 46 ... 36
Corn 9t ... 86
Oats ......40 ... 64
Rye " I ... 13
Barley '. 12
RECEIPTS IN OTHER MARKETS.
Wheat Corn Oats
Chicago 100 80
Kansas City 293 88 . 47
St. Loul 85 184 142
OMAHA GRAIN INSPECTION.
The number of cars of grain of the sev
eral grades Inspected "In" here during, the
past 24 hours follows:
Wheat No. 1 hard, 1 car; No. 2 hard.
2 cars; No. 8 hard, 5 cars; Sample hard,
1 car; No, 3 mixed, 1 car; No. 1 spring,
1 car; No. I spring. 1 car. Total, 12 cars.
Corn No. 8 white, 4 cars; No. 4 white,
4 cars; No. 6 white, 11 cars: No. white,
12 cars; No. 4 yellow, 10 cars; No. 6 yel
low, 10 cars; No. 6 yellow, 1 car; sample
yellow, 1 car; No. 4 mixed. 4 cars; No.
5 mixed, 10 cars; No. 6 mixed, 4 cars;
sample mixed, '2 cars. Total 63 cars.
Oats No. 2 white, 2 cars; No. ( white,
28 cars; No. 4 white, $ cars. Total, 33
Rye No. 3. 1 car. Total. 1 car.
PRIMARY RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
. . 341,000
. . 640,000,
. . 697.000
Omaha Hay Market.
Rocelpts heavy on both prairie hay and
alfalfa, and the demand la fair, which has
tused the market to .decline on alfalfa
also on some grades of prairie hay. Me
dium grades of hay and alfalfa ate mov
ing slowly. Oat and wheat straw steady
Upland Prairie Hay No. 1, $20.00
21.00; No. 2, $16.00 0 18.00; No. 3, $9,000
Midland Prairie Hay No. 1, $18,000
20.00; No. 2, $15.00017.00.
Lowland Prairie Hay No. 1, $12.60
14.00; No. 2, $8.00611.00; No. 3, $7,000
Choice Alfalfa $31.00032.00;
$29.00 ft' 30.00.
Standard Alfalfa $23.00027.00;
$16.00018.00; No. 3. $12.00015.00.
Oat Straw $11. 00(13.00.
Wheat Straw $10.0012.00.
New Tork Produce.
New Tork, March 1. Butter Weak;
creamery, higher than extras, 64MO06c;
creamery extras, b5wt)4c; itrsts, t8W
63c; packing stock current make Mo. t,
n-ggs uncnangea; iresn gatnerea ex
tra firsts, 68c; firsts, 56 057c.
Cheese Irregular: state whole milk
flats, hold specials, 29 031c; do. average
run. zbgxzsc; state wnoie mux twins,
held specials. 29 029 Vic
Live Poultry lira: chickens, zswsuc;
fowls, 40041c; old' roosters, 20c; turkeys.
5iW40c: dressed, quiet; chickens, western
broilers, frozen, 40051c; chickens, fresh,
3lr39c; frozen, :i'g4i)c: iowis. iresn, su
40c; froxen, 29040c; old roosters, fresh,
27 0 28c; froen, 28c; spring turkeys,
fresh. 46 O 52c; . frozen, 51.6c,
Now Tork. March 1. Cotton Futures
opened steady; March, 38.10c; May, 35.10c;
July, 32.40c; October, 30.05c.
yrLOllon luiures cieseu sieauy; aiarcn,
3S.23c: May. 34.98c: July, 22.40c; October,
30.10c; December, 29.36c.
Additional Markets Page
Owned and Recommended by Home
Builders, Inc., of Omaha, Neb. .
$250 $50p $1,000 $3,000
Tax-Free ia Nebraska
' They are secured by newly im
proved business property, cent) ally
located in Omaha, which will be oc
tupied by its owners. These bonds
bear 6 interest, payable' semi
annually and convertible on option
of purchaser, any time after one
year upon SO days notice tiled on
any interest date.
s. Maturity, 1923-1927
18th and Dodge Sts.,
' OMAHA, NEBRASKA
C A. Rohrbough, Pres. " .
C. C. Shimer, Sec.
Kingdom of Norway
6 Per Cenjt Gold Bonds
Due February 1, 1923
They are 'direct general
credit obligations of the
Kingdom of Norway, free
from Norwegian taxes or im
Pricf to Yield about 7 Va
' per xent.
Circular on requcat for
Corresnondent Offices in ever SO
OmahaFirst National Bank
. . Buildaag . !
Telephone Douglas 3316 '
l. W-aifeae yj
VjAubhu err? USL
; Chicago Grab
By Vharles D. Michaels.
Chicago, March 1. (By Chicago Tribune-Omaha
Bee leaced wire.) Oraln mar
kets were largely a local affair and clos
ing trades, were at intermediate prices
with corn unchanged to 4"Tower, oats
strong and o higher, rye o to Ifcc
and barley 1VC
Local traders sold corn, futures early
expecting a bearish private report on
farm reserves and were not disappointed
as to the showing, but prices after drop
ping lOltto advanced, IHOIMo from the
low point on short covering, and closed
on a moderate reaction with March at
(1.44, May at $1.364, 01.66. July at
$1.31 and September at $1.27.
Cash wheat prices 'at Chicago were un
changed but the undertone was easy,
Oats showed Independent strength snd
while closing o under the top In
Sympathy with corn, showed fair net gains
at the last Farm reserves were the
smallest since 1912, and consumption dur
ing the winter waa well above the aver
age. Buying of July and sealing of May
narrcwed the difference to fo at one
time, northwestern ' Rouses doing the
spreading. May finished at 80 and July,
at 73 c. - . i
Seaboard blda on rye ' advanced c
to 13c over May, track Baltimore, a new
high figure for the season. No, 2 on
truck sold at $1.69 1.60.
Barley, unchanged but firm. Some rain
fell in California which will benefit the
crop. Spot sale wars at 81.88OL60.
By Updike Grain Co., Dougla 2(27.
Open. High. Low. Close. Sat'y.
1.45 1.45 1.43 .1.44 1.44
I 1.364 1.37 1.86 1.36 1.36
1.30 1.11 1.26 LS1 1.17
1.80 1.01 1.59 1.60 1.60
1.65 1.66 1.64 1.66 1.66
.79 .81 ,79 ,60' .80
.72 .74 .72 .73 ,78
34.40 $4.(0 $4.40 34.46 34.(0
34.40 34.(0 34.40 14.(0 34.40
20.60 20.92 20.60 20.8( ' 20 65
21.12 21.40 21.12 21.37 21.17
18.10 18.80- 18.10 18.67 -18.37
18.77 18.92 18.75 18.92 18.86
Evaporated Apple 1 and Dried Fruits.
New Tork, March 1. Evaporated Apples
Dull; western,' 1820o; state, 19
Apricots Steady; choice, 29 31c; ei
Peaches Quiet; standard, 17c; chrjlce,
18Jc; fancy, 12c.
Khlsins Firm; loose muscatels, 230
25jc; choice to fancy seeded, 21022c:
see-dlcss, 2229c. " '
Linseed OIL '
Duluth, Minn.. March 1. Linseed $5.11.
C. B. & Q. Joint:
Canadian Northern Railway Co . . .
Canadian Northern Railway Co . . .
Chi., Rock Island & Pac. Ry. Co. . .
Clev., Cin., Chicago & St. Louis Ry.
Fisher Body Company
Fisher Body' Company
- Moline Plow Company
Wilson & Company .... . ..... .
A. O. Smith & Company. .........
Amer. Tel. and Tel. Co. Conv
Government of Argentine Nation
Chinese Republic .............
Government of Switzerland .....
United Kingdom of Great Britain ;
United Kingdom of Great Britain .
United Kingdom of Great Britain .
Japanese Government 1st ... . . .'
Nebraska Power Company
Potomac Electric Company
Brazilian Trac, L. & P. Co. . . . ,
Decrease in Wheat Stock
Reported During Last Week
Complete figures covering wheat
and wheat flour movement through
out the United States for the, week
ending February 20, in comparison
with figures for previous week and
the same .two weeks a year ago:
from farm, bush
from farms pre
vious week, bush
els . . .'
from farms June
7 to Febi 20. -bushel
during week, bar
rels 2,208,000 1,006,000
p r e v lous week,
June 27 to Feb-
ruary 20. barrels. 95.315.000
Total stocks wheat
all elevators and
mills, bushahv-. .llSCtt.OoO
Total stocks wheat
all elevators and
week, bushels ..165.718.000
Change for week, -
decrease,, bushels. 7,022,000
Exports of wheat and flour Tulv
1, 1919,.to February 20. 1920. amount
to 87,053 bushels of wheat and 10.-
451,000 barrels of flour, making a
total equal to 134,083.000 bushels of
wheat, compared with 118,228,000
bushels of wheat and 16,384,000 bar
rels of flour last year, to February
20, 1919, the 20 days of February be-
ing proraiea irom tne montmv
total, making a total of 191,956,000
bushels of wheat. Last year's total
flour exports include American re
lief administration and American ex
peditionary farces shipments.
Minneapolis. March 1. Flour Un
Barley 31. 1801. 3.
Rye No. 2, $1.65 1.56.
Flax $6.1606.21. -.
4 Kansas City Produce.
Kansas City, Me., March Butter
Eggs Current receipts, $13.85; 70 cents
lower; firsts, 8 cents lower, 47c,
Poultry Hens, 1 cent lower, 4)3c; others,
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Ga., March 1. Turpentine
Firm. $1.97; aales, 16 bbls.; shipments,
220 bbls.; f-took, 6,735 bbls.
Rosin Firm; sales, 155 casks; receipts,
We recommend and offer the following securities, subject to prior sale and
change in price. These securities have been carefully selected by us and we
believe they will meet the requirements of the most conservative investor.
CUMULATIVE PREFERRED STOCKS
Security. ' i Rate.
M. E. Smith Building Co. , ... ,'. 7
Burgess-Nash Co . . . . . . . . . ; . . 7 -
Orchard & Wilhelm Co .'. : . 7
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co . . 7
Paige-Detroit Motor Car Co. .... 7
Fairmont Creamery Co 7
RAILROAD AND INDUSTRIAL BONDS
Free from all Government Taxes
Neb., Sewer Bonds.
Pawnee Co., Neb., Opt. Dec. J, 1924 5i2
Collins County, Texas 5V2
Collins County, Texas.. 51
Plainview, Neb. Optional 1925 . . . 5i2
Falls City, Neb. Opt. Jan. 1,1925 5y2
Harvard, Nevada . 5
Ogden, Utah (Warrants) 6 .
City of Fullerton, Neb., Paving War: 7
Village of Spencer, Neb., Pav. War. 7
Yield to optional date; 512 thereafter.
il mmm w w
THE PROGRESSIVE-CONSERVATIVE TRUST CO.
Affiliated with the Omaha National Bank '
108 casks; shipments, 138 casks; stock,
11.476 caaks. 1
Quote: B. 16.70c; P. 17.00c; K, 17.15c;
F, 17.20c; O, 17.25c: H, 17.80ct I. 17.40c;
K, 17.60.-; M, 17.0c; N, 17.76c; WO,
18.00e; WW. 18.15c .
"Chicago, March 1. Potatoes Steady;
northern whit sacked. 14.6004.76; north
ern white sacked, bulk, $4.70 4. SO; Idaho
Kausas City1 Grain."
Kansas City, Vc. March 1. Corn
March, $1.15; July, $1.10 September,
Dry Goods Market.
New Tork, March 1. Cotton roods snd
yarns today were quiet with some easing
reported on gray cloths and on a few
. an ,
All through the recent mar
ket decline high grade invest
ment stocks and bonds have
shown wonderful resistance to
selling pressure. -
But many such securities
have dropped back to most at
tractive levels, and If you have
any funds immediately avail-,
able for investment an excep
tional opportunity is now pre
Write Dept. OB-2S for list
of investment suggestions
which will be sent ffee on re
quest together with The Ten
Payment 'Plan booklet.
E. M. Fuller & Co.
Consolidated Stock Exch ot N. Y.
50 Broad Street, New York
4 , July, 1, 1921
6 Feb. 1, 1922
6 Aug. 1, 1924
6 Feb. 1, 1922
6 July 1, 1929
6 Aug. 1, 1924
6 Aug. 1, 1925
7 Sept. 1, 1921
67c Dec. 1, 1928
6 Oct. 1, 1924
6 June 1, 1920
6 - June 1, 1924
6 June 1, 1928
6 Aug. 1, 1925
1 97V4 -9.60
Oct. 15, 1920
May 15, 1920
Nov. 1, 1921
Feb. 15, 1925
.June 1, 1949
Feb. 1, 1922
July 1, 1923
Maturity ? Price Yield
May 1, 1926 , 98.21 4.87
Dec. 1, 1939 101.75 5.10
May 1, 1934 . 103.59 5.15
May 1, 1935 103.75 5.15
1940 101.30 5.20
Jan. 1, 1940 101.30 5.20
Nov.,1, 1926 v 99 5.20
Oct. 21. 1920
to 1924, incl. 100 6.00
; : . 100 7.00
ss w )i 1
numbers of mercerised and oardsd yarn.
Silk ruled quiet New line of fine
cloaking were opened for fall. - Dress
goods were steady. Mon's wear wa quiet
and burlap easy.. ' .
We Special lie In the Careful
Handling efOrdera of
Grain and Provisions
All Important Markets
wTAre Members of
Chicago Board of Trsds"
Milwaukee Chamber ot Commerce
Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce
St Louis Merchants Exchange
. Kansas. City Board of Trad
, 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. Pes Moines, Is. ,
Geneva, Neb. Milwaukee. Wis
and all of these offices are con
nected with each other by private
W Solicit Your Patronage.
THE UPDIKE GRAIN
Grain Exchange Building.
- Omaha, Neb.
P. S. Cash Consignments Solicited.
I . . ..
We purchase Liberty Bonds
and Victory Notes at prevail-
ing market price less a reason
able handling charge.
Affiliated with . r
The United States Nat. Bank
1612 Farnam St., Omaha .
100 - 7.00
97.50 : 7.18
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