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CONTRACT KATES ON
Want ada accepted at th following of
MAIN OFFICE.. ..17th and Farnam Sta.
South Side rhllipi Department Store
t'ouncll Bluffs 15 Scott St.
WANT ADS RKCP.IVEP BY PHONE AT
THE REE will not ha responsible for
mora than on Inrurrott Insertion of ait
ndverllaement ordered for mora than on
CLOSING HOURS FOR WANT APS.
Evening Edition. 11:45- A. M.
Horning Killtlnn 9:10 P. M.
Sunday Edition 9 no P. M.. Saturday
DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES
FUNERAL services for Mrs. John Fal-i-onrr
will be lu'ld at the residence at
5304 Grace street. Tuesday at 9 p. m.
1 ha deceased Is survived by her hus
band. John Fulcnner; two daughter.
Mrs. George Shields and Mra. Pave
Kaplan; a aon. Edward Falconer, and
her father and flv sistern.
HI LET How ard U., as 86 years.
Funeral private from residence, S3.TS
Claries street, Tu'-adaj, at 2:30 p. ra.
Please omit flowers.
STACK & FALCONER
PH.RC" A SftJTTT A XTfE1 SERVICE
BUOt"1,ilJ1Ji1Vu HARNEY (4
Thirty-third and Farnanv
HULSE & RIEPEN
PlONEBn FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
701 South 16th St. Pouglaa 1S2S.
HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
Undertaker and Embalmer.
Pliotie H. !C6. Office 2611 Farnam
KoR AtlBl'LANCK call South 610, Knrlako
Funeral Home. T3d and O St.
lH Poimlaa St. Pnunlaa
JOHN HATH. ISth and Farnam. Pat. S000
1.. Henderson. 151" Farnam. Pouglaa IHH,
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
LOST A liamlunK containing- lis, and a
a pair of glassef. The parly who found
the same may l;ep the money if they
Mill retuin the bt and Ins sea to The
Omaha Bee. No ueatlona aaked.
fOIl ARTICLES l.OisT on street cars tele
phone Tyler sol. We are anxtoua to re-
atore lost artuls to risrhlful owners.
OMAHA.. A COfNClt.. BLUFFS ST. RY.
LUST I'urlicthouk rontalriinn S0. rail
' road passes. Liberal reward for return
to R. M. I'atheta. R. 816. U. P. Bldif,
OPl'.N" fsce Ball watch Wednesday after
nuon In Omaha, buainesa aectlon. lib
eral reward, fall t'o. Bluffs, 1JTT-
LOST on the tth of Feb.. diamond lava
ller contatnintr three stones. Liberal
reward. Call Harney 5511.
LOST iiiray purse Saturday evening, lath
and llou ;ir.. Return to . Omaha Bee
'Want Ad" counter.
FREE YOEMAN FREE.
Omaha Ilomesteail No. 1404, B. A. T.,
w-lll Klvo a dance, card party, entertain
ment at Swedish auditorium Wednesday
evening, February 16.
THK SALVATION Army Industrial horn
solicit your old clothing, furniture,
magazines. We collect. W 'distribute
Phone Doug 4135 and our wagon will
rail. Call and Inspect our new bom.
H10-1 1 '.-1114 Dodge St.
J W. MARTIN, patent atty.. 171 Dodge.
PIPKINS NATIONAL. -DETECTIVE
AGENCY, Inorpnrated. Douglas 1107.
Suite SOS, Paxton Block. Omaha, Neb.
SHAMPOOING. massaging and snalp
treatments. Resiuent work ; reference.
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS FROM HESS
BWOBODA, HIS FARNAM STREET.
SWEDISH maaaag by masseuse. Dg. 6877.
RENT, vacuum rlenner, tl up; Wal. 1947.
WEAVING, old rugs remade. Ty. 143S.
ELECTRO masse t;e. SIS Neville Blk.
MASSAGE 210 North Seventeeht St,
KEEP'S HOTEL ROME
LET KEEP'S teach you to dance. Spe
cial attention to children. Satisfaction
assured. Dg. !S81, Har. 27I2.
Tisl p:na School for Dancing,
XVCI-TIIIC Farnem. Doug. 7850,
RELIABLE Detective Bureau, Rallwev
Ex. Bldg. Doug. 206. Night Col. !.
JAMES ALLAN, S13 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured In all cases. Tyler list
ACCORDION, sld ;, knife, sunburst. box
pleating, covered buttons, all sizes and
styles: hemstitching, picot edging, eye
let cut work, buttonholes, pennant.
Ideal Button and Pleating Co., SOS
Brown Blk. Dougla 1936.
OMAHA PILLOW COMPANY. Uattreases
made over in new ticks at half prlc of
new beds. Pillows renovated and made
I up in new feather-proof ticking. 1907
Cuming street. Douglas S467.
DIAMONDS prfc pwu, Trw.
to buy back at small profit. OROSS
JEWELRY CO., 402 N. 16th St. Jou
lae 6049. '
P A X TON -M ITCH B Ll CO,
17th and Martha St., Omaha, Neb.
Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine
gray Iron castings '
FOR SALE '.limited quantity finest white
clover honey In 10-lb. pails, 112.60 per
rase of pail. E. S. Miles & Son, Dun
lap, la. .
SAFETY rasor blade sharpened, new ra
zor, razor blades sold. - Omaha Razor
Sharpening Co., 1623H Dodge. 103 N. 18.
PAXTON HOTEL- TURKISH BATH.
Massage, hot packs.
CONCANNON BROS.. TYLER 6731.
WE do all kinds remodeling, r;palrln
8 our book of plan on bungal'-ws, g.
rages. Dickson & Nawman, So. 8794.
BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can be
purchased at Rlalto Drug Store, 15th
and Dougla Sta., Omaha, Neb.
FILMS developed; printing and enlarging.
Writ for prices. Th Ensign Co.. 3607
CLIFTON Hill Transfer Co.. moving, pack
ing handling and shipping. WaL 1164.
Wal. 6665. .
OMAHA WELDING CO. "The Careful
Welders." 16th and Jackson.' D. 397.
FULL dress suits and tuxedos for rent,
109 N. 16th St., John Feldman. D. SI 23.
Neb. Pleating aV Button Co., 1306 Farnam
St. Doug. 6679.
Omaha Towel Supplr. 107 & 11th. D. 621,
Furniture and Household Goods.
IN going through your attic, don't you
. find a lot of clothing, furniture, pic
ture and ether article that you have
. no further use for 7 And have you ever
atopped to think, that someone might
b only too glad to have them T Than
why not 1st th publio know you hare
those articles useless to you through
a little want ad In Th Bee? It cost
vary little and a S-day ad would almost
be sure to sell it for you. Try it. Call
Tyler iOOt and ask for tb Want Ad
FOR SALE At sacrifice, almost new li
brary table, bookcase. Doug. 7401.
N. lsth St.
for sale reasonable.
IF YOU want to furnish
. cheap call Tyler 431 5.
a email home
Pianos and Musical Instruments,
AVE have a few high-grade planoe and
player piano In storage In Omaha that
must be sold at once regardlea of price,
cash or payment. If you want a real
bargain writ to Lawrence, 9949 Long
wood Drive. Chicago, 111.
BIGGEST phonograph bargains In town.
136 alz. S17.60; S1S0 alee, 66; (200
alze, 196; 31 recorde, 46c. Records ex
changed, 16c. Shlaes Phonograph Co.,
' 1404 Dodge St. Doug. .2147.
A. HOSPE CO. &zafe&
Piano for rent.
3 DANDY bnrgxlns in sKghtly used Stein
way, Smith & Barnes and (L'hlckerlng
Pianoa. Thatcher Piano Co., 1419 Dodge.
"OR S.Vi,E Ladles' new, handsome fur
auto coat, value :',00, size large Sii.
Will sacrifice at on-. worn only four
times. . Cel. 911 1 and talk .to owner. .
I waist TOO TO CO Ri5HT
BOOK t)TOE ANO BOX A
ON ETIQUETTE -THEN
UOWN AND VTCOV r-
Typewriters and Supplies.
ALL MAKES, bought, sold, rented and
repaired. Sole agent for th CORONA.
Get our prlc before you buy. Every
Central Typewriter Exc.
Dougla 4 1 20,
E1K Farnam Bid if.
F. ft E.'a; brxgalrs.
SECOND HAND LUMBER
SUCH AS ACCUMULATES
AROUND A FINISHED BIG
Phoenix Utility. Co.,
4TH AND LEAVENWORTH
1-TON Fairbanks No. 4 itandard
ecale, $',4x314 fool platform, also
21-lnch Buffalo Forge Co. exhaust
fan. Inquire at Omaha Bee office,
17th and Farnam Sta. Phone Tyler
We rent, repair, sell ncedjes and parte,
15th anJ Harney. - Douglas 1173.
SURE and aafe investment, city warrants
to pay you id per cent, interest, 6100,
1500 and $1,000 amounta. El O. Solomon,
617 Karbach Bldg. Douglas 6263.
DIAMOND ring valued at 300. Hud
son Surer-Six speedster, needs little
work; will trade for either Ford or
what har ".ou? Colfax 4319. Ring 6.
WE buy, sail safes, make deaks, show
cases, etc. Omaha Fixture & Supply Co.
a vv. tor. inn ana uougiaa. i, Z7Z4.
X A WWM BARGAINS, 12th ft Farnem.
OAr jO j. 3. Darle-ht Safe Co.
FOR SALE Two 5-gallon safety gasoline
cans. Ratekln, Omaha Bee.
chimney repair, Ty.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS DESKS
New desks, used deaks bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed, 1207 Farnam. D. 6148.
WILL buy second-hand clothing, shoes and
'urnltur. Ty. 3698. A. Zavett. 706 N. IS
WANTED Ford rondter for 1100. Doug
ISED REED baby carriage. Har. 400S.
TRAVELING salesman with successful
tire salea record In Nebraska and west
ern Iowa wishes to connect with repu
table company. Address Box 11-89, Oma
YOUNG married man wants work,
phone Web. 1790.
DAYWORK by colored woman. Web. 4744.
MARRIED man wants place on farm, ex
perienced: references. Box W-164, Bee.
JANITOR wants work. Web. 6063.
GRADUATE nurse will care for paralyzed
mental or chronlo patient In my home,
412 So. 48th St., Wal. 4293.
Laundry and Day Work.
PHONE your ad in to The Bee. It saves
time. Call Tyler 1000 and ask for the
Want Ad Dept.
HOUSEKEEPERS; LAUNDRESSES. -Watch
the Domestic column of The
Be. Lots of good places are always
advertised. Don't mis them.
WOMAN want dtywork, any kind. Web
WHITE lady wants ldry. work. Col. 2611.
CLEANING laundry daywork. Web. 6383
HELP WANTED MALE.
Professions and Trades,
Must be registered In Nebraska or
bordering states. Permanent office po
sition with good and steady Income.
' Address at once, . J. S. Russell, Sherwll
hotel, 4557 Sheridan Road. Chicago. 111.
MEN to learn vulvanizing. Tuition free
and 15 dally while you learn if you buy.
Anderson Vulcanising School, 1218 Har
ney St., Omaha.
WANTED Two sash and door men, four
cabinet bench men, two general ma
chine men. Uhrlch Millwork, Ltd., In
dependence, Kan. '
FIREMEN, brakemen, beginners, $160
later $300. Write Railway, Box
1424. Omaha Bee.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGB).
110 So. 4th. Write for catalog.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
SALES representative for
Kohler Enameled Plumb
ing Ware and Kohler
Automatic Power and
Light, an electric unit for
Age 25 to 35; married
man preferred; good ed
ucation with some knowl
edge of gas engines and
electricity; capable of de
veloping into branch
manager. Write fully
THREE good house to house men, stesdy
work, good commissions. C 7, Adams
Co. 623 South 16th St.
Salosmen for city work. None but hustlers
need apply. 301 World-Herald Bldg.
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Household and Domestic.
' ' GIRLS '
Watch the Domestio Column of The
Bee Want Ads. Good, well-paid r.nd
homelike place always advertised.
WHITE GIRL for general housework, ne
laundry. Wal. 6179.
WOMAN wanted for general housework,
mall family, no washing. Call So. 2tii.
i a i v
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Household and Domestic.
CALL' HARNEY 2699.
WANTED A NUMBER OF CIRI.S RE
TWKEN 17 AND S4 TEARS OF AGE,
914 PER WE0K TO START. APPLY
ROOM 614, NEW TELEPHONE BUILD
ING. HELP WANTED.
Male and Female.
WANTED Men, ladles and boys to learn
barber trade: big demand; wages while
learning; strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St. Trl-City Barber College.
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT CHOOL.
Complete courses In accountancy, ma
chine bookkeeping, comptometry, short
hand and typewriting, railroad and wir
less telegraphy, civil service and all
English and commercial branches. Write,
call or phone Douglas 1565 for larg;
illustrated catalog. , Address
Boyles Bldg.. Omaha. I'eb.
LEARN . tire repairing end retreading;
also tub repairing and all rubber vul
ranislng IN THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
TIRE REPAIR SCHOOL IN OMAHA.
Thre weeks' training, (25. Writ cr
. NATIONAL T1RH) SHOP.
17th Street and Capitol Avenue.
We do not sell vulcanizing machinery.
Van Sent School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 Omaha National Bank Bldg.
- Dougla 6899,
FOR. SALE Farm light plants at manu
facturer's cost. Csrh 'purchase makes
possible low price to consumer. Buy
direct and save money. New and
guaranteed. 120 cmpere, direct con
nected, $341; 160 ampere, $367. Also
have belt driven plants. Send tor
catalog. F. W. Pruitt, 1201 Dodge St.,
FOR SALE One of the best equipped
cafes In the state of Nebraska, doing a
business from 35,000 to $6,000 per
month. The reason for selling, disagree
ment of partnership. Will sell to a quick
buyer for $m.00n caaB or will take
lady partner. Address P. O. Box 154,
Grand Island, Nab.
WEEKLY paper and Job office; thre pa
pers, light - expenses; sell reasonable,
cash or terms. Col. 4364 or Colfax 0281;
also address Box H-38, Omaha Bee.
FOR SALE Clothing store corner 44x100.
stock, fixtures and 4-year lease. Palace
Clothing Co., Sioux City, la.
EVERYTHING for the tire repair man;
used, new equipment, tools, repair ma
terial. Yulcanlzera Supply Co., 2913
TO GET In or out of business, see LEWIS
A Co.. 411 McCsgu Bldg.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
ARE YOU LOOKINO FOR ROOMS T
Or have you planned on making a
change, which will be more convenient
for you? If so; then call Th Bee Want
Ad Dept., Tyler 1000, and we will not
only furnish you with a complete .oom
list of choice vacant rooms In Omaha,
but also keep your number on our
''Want to Rent"' list lor further refer
ence In case you wanted to make .in
other change. These lists are absolutely
free of charge to all readers and adver
tisers of The Omaha Bee and published
solely for their convenience and benefit.
Call any; time. Tyler 1000. Want Ad
SINGLE, and double room for men only,
running hot and- cold water, steam
heat, within walking distance. Brown
Apt., 58 No. 21st 8t. Doug. 5644.
ARE YOU looking for a .clean, warm
well furnished sleeping room close in.
Call Mrs. J. H. Cooper, 2007 St. Marys.
2 NICE ma., private family,
preferred. 1123 N. 26th St.
BEAUTIFULTjY furnished front room;
well heated on' car Fine. Har. 7378..
1139 SO. 28th, room, private family,
preferred, references, Har. 1513.
MODERN furnished rooms. 803 1st Ave.,
Council Bluffs. Phone 1838.
VERY desirable j-oom. West Farnam home,
meals If desired, Har. 6391.
NICELY funitahed room, near car line.
1618 Lake St. Web. 3738.
SLEEPING ROOM, modern home, Kountze
Place, Web. 4097.
NICE, modern front room, no other room
ers, $5 a week. 242 Burt. Ty. 6464.
FURNISHED rm 3 gentlemen. Har. 7135.
PARLOR tor refined gentlemen. Ty. 4819.
PLEASANT front room. Apply 220 No. 23.
CALL FOR COMPLETE LIST OF HOUSE
KEEPING ROOMS IN CITY. WE HAVE
THE BEST IN CITY. CALL TYLER
1000. WANT AD. ASK ABOUT OUR
BEE ROOM LIST. PUBLISHED EVERY
WEEK FREE OF CHARGE FOR THE
BENEFIT OF X)UR ADVERTISERS
AND READERS. TYLER 1000. WANT
SUITE of well-furnished housekeeping
rooms, strictly private. In a new, modern
home: no children. Tyler 5096. 1010 3.
1-RSI. complete for hkkpg.. also sleeping
rm. Ty. 6973, 402 No. 16th, 3d floor.
623 S. 16TH Nice suite of rooms,
heat, water, gas rangf.
Board and Rooms.
FOR CHOICE BOARD AND RM WATCH
THE BEE WANT ADS, AND IF YOU
PO NOT FIND WHAT TOT I WANT IN
THE WANT COLUMN CALL TY. !000
AND ASK ABOUT OUR COMPLET"!
LIST OF ROOMS.
MODERN room' with board, suitable for
3, Hanscom Park District. Har. 3166.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
3331 PINE, six rooms and sleeping porch,
strictly up-to-date: paved street. $90. .
AMOS GRANT COMPANY, Realtors.
Douglas 8380. 3.10-3-4 Brandels Th. Bldg.
FOR RENT 7-reom, modern house with
garage, located 2907 Douglas St. Frank
Wilcox. Douglas 1719:
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS.
, Dodge, at 18th Street
Omaha's Newest and Finest
elusive Apartment Hotel.
Reservations Filed For
$65. PER MONTH, two-room, furnished
apartment for housekeeping with kitch
enette, separate and exclusive bath
room. heat, electric light, water and
gas furnished. Front entrance and
separate exclusive- rear entrance. Largo
porch and yard. Use of telephone. No,
3803 N. 17th St.
FOR rent, modern 4-room apartment Wab,
$397. ..... i
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FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS
COMPLETELY furnished 2. 3 or 4-room
apartments, steam heat, within walk
Ing distance. Urown ,Aipt., 503 N. 21st
St. Dg. 6644.
COMPLETELY furnished 2, 3 or 4-room
apartments, steam heat, within walk
Ing distance. -Brown Apt. 08 No. 21st
St. Dg. 66S4. -
a choice 6-room apartment on the third
floor, south and cant exposure, sun room
mahogany and Ivory enamel finish, to
be decorated to suit, fireplace. . very
complete, well built an nicely located
maid's room and heated garage may be
There is also a sMwhlly smaller apart
ment in the- same building, 620 South
PETERS TRUST COMPANY.
17th and Fartmm St.
CORNER apartment, Blrchwood, 4808
- Podge, 6 rooms. Immediate possession.
,iu'i walnut os. .
Peters Trust Company,
Speclallat In apartment management
FOR RENT Business Property.
FOR RENT One building 46x110. gsrage,
March t: one building 20x80: also 40
pairs Toller skates In good shape for
sale. J. P. Johnson, Geneva. Neb.
DESK; space In office, well located.
Paxton Bids;. Douglas 141 1.
SEE F. P. WEAD. Sift 8. 18TH ST.
Office and Desk Room.
EXCELLENT office ppace with use of
desk and telephone. 327 securities Bldg.
DESIRABLE rooms for a dentist. Call Dg.
6370. between 2 and 6 o'clock.
3-ROOM oflce suite.
apply 400 1st Nat l
WANTED TO RENT.
FURMSHFD 2-room -apartment, suitable
for couple with baby; occupancy about
March 1st. State rent. Box W-165, Bee
MOVING AND STORAGE.
, STORAGE," MOVING, PACKINO
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS
FREE RENTAL SERVICE.
COMPLETE LIST OF
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS.
16th and Jackson St. Douglas 0283,
MOVING. PACKINO, STORAGE
Separate loeked rooms for household
goods and pianos, moving,, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND" STORAGE CO..
806 South 16th. Doug. 4163.
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by H. R. boweu Co. Tyler $409.
UNION TRANSFER CO.
Let ua estimate your moving, packing
and storage. 1606 Davenport. Doug. 2908.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
HARNESS AND SADDLES.
We make them ourselves and sell ihem
direct to the farmers. You get the
best, that can be made at first cost.
you don t have to pay any middleman
prom, and then get poor harness. We
are making a pig reduction In prices
nearly pre-war prices. Harness from
$40 to $100 per set. Our goods are
guaranteed. The stor is 62 years old
and the oldest saddelery store In the
west. Alfred Cornish & Co., Successors
to Collins & Morrison, 1210 Farnam St.,
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
RED cockerels, $1.50 each. Col. 3246.
White Wyandotte hatching eggs. Col. 0389.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
REO SPEED WAGON. A mighty
good commercial motor car at a great
reduction. Newly painted; good tires.
J. H. Hansen Cadillac Co.,
Farnam, at 26th.
We have some splendid 1919
newly painted Fords for sale, cash
or terms. Try one and you'll buy
Drive It Yourself Co.,
1314 Howard St. ' Doug. 3622.
A Studebakcr touring car, in excel
' lent condition: good tires, new paint,
overhauled. You can - appreciate this
value only by looking at and com
paring it with any other car you
could buy at this pMce.
J. H. Hansen, Cadillac Co.,
Farnam at 26tli,
AUTOMOBILE owners, repairmen, and
garage men. Send for FREE copy of
American Automobile Digest, contains
illustrated helpful, instructive informa
tion you need daily. American Auto
mobile Digest. 155. Cincinnati. O.
A dandy Nasli touring car. 1920
model; fine condition;, revarhished. A
great bargain at the price.
J. H. Hansen Cadillac Co.,
Farnam at 26th.
SOME bargains In used Ford cars. Mo.
Csffrey Motor Co. The Handy Ford
Service Station. 16th and Jacksoe, Doug
FIERCE-ARROW Berlin limousine body,
Morocco leather upholstered. AUTO EX
CHANGE CO.'. 2204 Farnam. D. 6035.
WILL pay cash for Fords, Podges, Butcks,
. Hudson, Catlllso cars. LINCOLN MO
TOR CAR CO.. 2209 Harney.
OAKLAND Sensible Six.
" " 1 20th and Harney Sta.
ORANT-6, late model. Bargain. Come
for demonstration. !i()t Leavenworth.
DODGE SEDAN, LIKE NEW ; WILL
TRADE FOR DODGE ROAD. W. 6540.
Repairing and Painting.
769 Burt. Hara-y 6611.
TIRE REPAIRINO Expert work guaran.
teed for life of casing. Write ir phone
for price list, Express or parcel post
' paid both way. EVERREADY TIRk"
SERVICE CO.. 314 80. 19th St.
FOR RENT 160 acres of well-Improved
land in Dougla county. Will rent for
cah or on shares to responsible party.
Address T, F. Quintan, J. L. Brandels
A Sons Omaha, Neb.-
330-ACRE farm, for rent. 8 miles east of
Rosalie. Neb.'..E. P. Hanson, Herman,
120 ACRES improved. It miles north
west of Omaha postofflce.
P. P. WEAD, 310 S. ,18th St. Tyler 0161.
Bee Want Ads Are Best Business
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FOR SALE In North Arkansas, many
valley and river farms, all size tracts,
good producers from $5 to $50 per acre.
Free lists and Information. Leonard
and Tevebaugb. Mtn. -Home. Arkansas.
FOR real bargains in farm lands write Lee
Hartln. Salem, Ark., Fulton county.
WE have for oalo five Improved Rock
Road stock ami grain farms. - One
220-acre. highly Improved, at $200 per
acre. 160 acren at $150 per acre. 240
acres on electric car line, $75 per acre.
$800 acres worth $160. Three sets Im
provements at SCO. A dairy. 80 new.
30 per cent off cash value. We have
many other genuine farm bargains
close in. vt rite teo. A. Bond, card
Gregg Realty Co., 314 Bonfils Bldg.,
Kansas tity. Mo
New York Lands.
$26,000 BUYS Judge Hooker Homestead,
consisting of 439 acres, rich dark loam
soli. 40 acres, very valuable timber, bal
ance tile drained fields, woven wire
fences. Abundance fruit: modern build
ings: cow barn, 44x118: horse barn.
30x90: 3 silos, other buildings. Includ
ing 30 head of cattle, 12 hogs, 3 mules,
tractor and complete farm equipment.
The same Improvements and producing
power in eastern Nebraska would bring
$150,000. Free list. Ellis Bros. Inc.,
Sprlngville, N. T.
FOR SALE IDEAL STOCK RANCH.
3,440-aere stock ranch In western Ne
braska, 10 miles from county seat: well
fenced and eros"-feiiced in 3 pastures;
plenty of running spring water for
stock;, situated mostly in wooded hills;
plenty of growing timber, pine and
cedar for shade,' shelter, wood, poles,
posts, etc.; blackroot, wheat and gram
ma grasses. Ranch will run 300 head
of cattle; 150 acres good, level alfalfa
land to be Irrigated by owner's private
Irrigation protect now under construc
tion which goes with the ranch; that
part under the irrigation ditch has pro
duced without irrigation an abundance
of hay and feed for winter; 160 acres
now In winter wheat: 100 acres of this
land this year made 35-bu. of wheat per
acre. 1,000 acres of this ranch could be
tractor farmed: all good, rich soil, Have
40 head of registered Hereford cattle
and complete line of homes and ma
chinery which I will sell with the ranch
or not, as suits the buyer. Good 10
room dwelling house, all modern Im
provements, spring water piped through
out; Delco electric lights; garage; pro
ducing apple orchard and plenty of wild
fruit. Hank bam, 24x80; corrals, sheds,
etc. Price, $25 per acre. $40,000 carried
back on ranch on long time at 6 per
cent, must have 810.600 cash and will
consider good first mortgage paper or
first-class farm on bnlanee No mnt.
you deal direct with the owW living on
...w taiii-u. cussession Aiarcn 1. Ad
dress Box T-1U2. Omaha Bee.
South Dakota Lands.
$950160 acres, Perkins county.
i.iuu jou acres, Jones county.
$4.000 640 acres r,r..n ......,
Hobart, Phoenix Bulldlnar. Mlnneanolia
$960 160 .acres, Perkins county.
$1,200 160 acres, Jones county.
$4,000640 acres, Carson county.
. - state needs settlers; cheap
tana, excellent soil. Ideal climate; raise
berries, fruits, vegetables, grain: best
markets, good roads; rail and water
transportation. Write J. Grant Hlnkle,
ovc 01 oiaie, xiepi. r, uiympia. wash,
1 A Knm rMiv ,...... .....
vunimninw i'-i tacts or clover land i
Marinette county, Wisconsin. If for
thinking of buying gond farm land
irmor grow ricn. ena l once
ivi uu peciai numoer cr L,anaoiogy
It 1 free on request. Address Skid.
more-Rlehle Land Co., 433 Skldmor
Richie Bldg.. Marinette. Wle.
Real Estate Loans.
Money on City Property
HAVE $10,000 to pince on first mortgag'
on improved city property. Apply.
H. A. Wolf Company,
682 Saundcrs-Kennedy Bldg. Tyler S160,
WE have cash on hand in loan on Omh
E. H. LOIN3EE, INC.
638 Recline Bldg.
UMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARM
101$ Ora. Nat Bk. Bide. Dour!' 2T1K.
j iv ill r pi rt ti.A 1 . hktitf. f t 1
For Farm Loans In eastern Nebraska see
raui r-eterson, 364 Brandels theater
oiag-. umana. - .
SlOO'tO Sifl. Ann man1 nrnmnll.
P. D. WEAD. Wead Bldg.. 810 S. 18th St
PROMPT aervlce, reasonable rate, private
juuuvy. uarvin Bros, ate umana riat
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
We Specialize in Omaha
Real Estate ;
11 jou want to sen your home or
ousincss riace, we are In a position to
dispose of it for you quickly.
H. A. Wolf Company,
5S2 Saunders-ICennedy Bldg. Ty. 3160.
Five to seven rooms, priced from
$2,600 to $6,000. We have a large de
mand. Immediate Inspection ; prompt
GLOVER & SPAIN,
Douglas 2850. 918-20 City National.
Wanted at Once!
five or lr room cottage or bungalow.
Can pay $36 to $40 per month and eome
cash dowu. Prefer all modern house.
Call Tyler 4701. Ask for Apt. 709.
WE wish to represent a few owners of
modern cottages who desire to sell
this spring. We are In a position to
give such owners good and efficient
service. Call or phone F. A. Stroup &
Son. Harley Hotel, Omaha.
J1.?!!!" n1 Incom property with
GRUENIG REALTY CO.
1418 1st Nnt Bk Doug. 1969.
RIRTCF.TT REAL ESTATE:
J-AJ.lXYJJj J. A-sell. Rent. lnure.
360. Peter Trust Bldg. Doug. 063$.
To buy or sell Omaha Real Estate see
FOWLER & M'DONALD
1129 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Dougla 1428.
HAVE only $300 cash, want 4 or 6 room
house; not particular, but want gool lo
cation, $30 or $:5 a month. Address
Box 2626. Oniahi Bee.
WE SPECIALIZE IN DUNDEE HOMES.
C. B. STUHT CO..
City Nat'l Bldg. Dougla 8787.
PT TP iTPP WXTCRBAL ESTATE.
tl. 1 rji7)Jl'i0ns, end Centals
606 Omahe Nat'l Bk. Bldg. Dnugls z1i
HAVE Inquiries for homes do you want
to sell your prooerty? List It with
C. A. Orlinmel, Omaha Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
THE Old Reliable Real Eetate Office.
M'CAGUE INVESTMENT CO.,
1606 Dodge 8L Douglae 1S4S.
W. G. SHRI VER ,uArancSTTB
1047-9 Omaha Nat Bk. Rldg. Doug 193
Western Real Estat Co,, 412 Karbach Big.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
8 ACRES, close to oar and school. Im
proved; will give possession: sell on
payments. For information call Ryan,
Realtor, South 1371.
WE HAVE an unusually well located piece
of ' trader ge, 91x132; tracks on beta
sides. Alfred Thomas A Son, 604 let
- Nat. Bank.
113 FEET ON 11TH ST.,
$50 PER FOOT.
BOSTW1CK, 400 Peters Trust Bldg.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS-
WALSH-ELMER Cj.. Realtors. Rest
Estate, Investment, Insurance, Rental.
Tyler 1536. Z34 Securities Bldg
SMALL stAVe with flat above, on car line,
modern, rent $720 year; price, $4,500;
easy terms. Douglas 1734 days.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
FOR EXCHANGE $12,600 second mort
gage secured on 420-acre farm. 45 miles
northwest Minneapolis: , mortgage is
good. Will exchange for other property.
Schwab Broa., 1028 Plymouth Bldg.,
CLEAR lot. So. Omaha for car. Benjamin
Frankenburg. Doug. 0722.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
FOR SALE 5-rooin all-modern house. 4
block to car. line, located In Benson. 2740
NT. 64th St. Wal. 4481.
NETHAWAY. SuburbDn prop'ty. Col. 1409.
FOR SALE 7-room house, all modern,
n. 0. cor. 211(1 J St., possession given
mediately. Tel. call So. 0123.
FOR SAI E 4-roon; houso, full basement,
water, electric light; paving psld. 6010
S. 36th Avenue.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
A well-located, 6-room bunga
low. Modern in every respect and
on a corner lot. Near 33d street
car and close to scnool. Priced
Chas. E. Belman
703 Peters Trust Bldg.
Omaha Real Estate and Investments,
JOHN T. BOHAN,
21 Paxton Blk. Phone Tyler 4380.
Miller, Park Residence
Crown Point Avenue
SIX-room, full two-story strictly
modern residence; large living room,
dining room, kitchen with an extra
large pantry, on first floor finished '.n
oak floors and oak finish; second floor
has an extra large bedroom with two
extra large closets; two other bedrooms,
one comprising' a combination bedroom,
. sleeping porch and sun room, with osk
floors and. white enamel finish; bath
has tile floors and walls; full cement
basement, with stationary laundry tubs,
shower bath, coal bin, fruit room, fur
nace, hot and cold water, drain; solid
brick foundation, storm windows and
screens complete; dandy nice large cor-
. ner lot on paved street, paving paid.
Located just one block from Miller
park, one block to car and close to
Miller Park school. Listed at a bargain
figure on very small terms. Shown only
Payne Investment Co.
537 Omaha Nat. Bk. Bldg. D. 1781.
We have a, two-story home, modern
in every way In a splendid neighbor
hood, close to Saunders school. Price
and terms very reasonable.
Alfred Thomas & Son,
604 First National Bank Bldg.
6-ROOM hous, full size concrete base
ment, 6 years old, 2 lots 50x140 each,
good place for chicken or gardening.
Wal. 0608. 4724 Charles.
SPECIAL term on 2823 Seward St. 4-rm.
bungalow. Modern, 8200 cash. bal. mo
Crelgh. 60S Bee. Doug. 0200.
MINNE LUSA homes and lot offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money.
Phone Tyler 187.
A FEW homes and lot for sale 1- Park
. wood addition: a safe place tor invest
ment Norrls & Norrls. Douglas 4270.
J. B. ROBINSON, real estate and Invest
ment. 642 Peters Trust. Doug. 8097.
Omaha Hay Market.
Receipts moderate and the demand
light, especially on prairie hay. There
Is a fair demand for better grades of
alfalfa, but the lower grades are very
slow sale. Straw lower as demand is
quiet. Market steady at quotations:
No. 1 upland prairie hay, 310.00
11.00; No. 2. $9.0010.00; No. 3, $7.00
No. 1 midland, $9.5010.60; No. 1,
No. 1 lowiann, i8.vuiny.vu; rvo. z, ai.uv
Choice -alfalfa. $:2.00T24.00: No. 1,
$19.0021.00; standard, $14.00 18.00; No.
f)l.a00ix.uo: ino. 5. xiv.unt).'ii.ou.
Oat straw, $8.6089.00; wheat 1 straw,
$8.00 6 9.00
Tukey Off ers
you years of experience in
selling your house. We are
experts in this line of busi
ness; competent, energetic
salesmen that are not afraid
to work. Call us.
A. P. Tukey & Son
620 First Natl. Bank Bldg.
Phone Doug. 4223.
We Make Omaha
Monthly Inetallment Plan,
Prepayment any time.
Loan en Business Properties
Liberal Optional Privilege.
Drawn for The Bee by McManus
Copyright, 12 1 International New Service
Of.iaha, Feb. II.
Cattle' Hogs Sheep
Official Monday ..
Official Tuesday . .
Official Thursday .
Six days this week. 23.569
Same, days la week 22,930
Same 2 weeks ago.. 32,549
Same 3 we-ks tgo.. 36,361
Same days year ago 23,844
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the Union Stock arils, umaha, Neb.,
for twenty-four honrs ending at 3 o'clock
p. m., February 12, 1921. ,
Wahash ', 2
C. ft N. W east
C. & N. W., west
C St. P., M. & O
('., B. ft Q,, east
C B. & y.. west
C. R. 1. ft P.. east
Chi. Gt. West
PISPOS1 HON- HEAD.
Morris ft Co
Swift & Co ,
C'udahy Parking t.)
Armour ft Co , . . . .
Schwartz ft t'o
J. W. Murphy ,
Dold Pkg. Co
Cattle; There were practically 110 fresh
cattle on sale Saturday and very few
hnMm-.ra. i lie market being nominally
steady with Friday ind quotably steady
to sllghl.y lower man a ween ago. re
ceipts f' r the wek were 23,o00 head, or
much the same as for the week previous,
and the corresponding week last year. The
demand from packers and shipper buyers
wart very slack most of the time and the
slight advance in price early in tne ween
was practically all lost before the close,
the undertone at the finish being decidedly
weak on both beef steers and cows. Stock
ers and feeders have been very unven
all week, but quotably just about steady.
Values In general are right around the
low point of the season.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves, $7.768.25; fair to good beeves,
$li.767.6C; common to fair beevea, $6.00
6.75; good, to choice yearlings, S7.2S E0
7.76; fair to good yearlings, $6.607.26;
common to 'air yearling.- $5.606.50:
choice to prime heifers. $6.006.75; good
to choice heifers, $5.006.00; choice to
prime cows. $6.766.40; good to choice
cows, 5.255.60; tair to good cows, $4.60
5.25; common to fair cows. $2.76j4.:6;
good to choice feeders,, $7.508.00; fair to
good feeder, $.757.60;. common to fair
feeders, $6.0016.75; good to choice atock
ers. $7.25775; fair to good stockers.
$6.257.25; oommon to fair stockers, $5.60
06.26; stock heifers, $4.005.5O; stock
cows. $3.504.60; veal calves. J9.0010.00;
bulla, stags, etc., $3.76 5.00.
Hogs The week, I closing with a Sat
urday ru.i of 6,600 hog Trade .was fairly
active and both shippers and packers
bought freely at prices anywhere from a
dime to around a quarter higher. The
average trade was quoted at 1525c ad
vance. Bulk of the receipts changed
hands at $8.509.15. with top hogs bring
ing $9.25. Omaha hog receipts thla week
have keen liberal and, while the gen
eral trend to value has been downward,
attended by a very wide range of values,
average trade la closing hardly more than
35 40c under a week ago. Best light
hogs here last Saturday tapped at $9.66.
Shesp No sheep or lambs were received
today and nrices In the live mutton trade
remained unchanged. The tendency to
values on fat lambs has been quite a
little lower this week and current values
show a decline of around 75c$1.00. Best
fat lamb are now bringing $8.5 althougli
same class of stock would have sold up
to $9.26 at last weeks close. Heavy
lambs are quoted down to $6.50. Fat
sheep have not been very plentiful lately
and this branch of the trade shows no
appreciable change, as compared with a
week ago. Good ewes are still moving
around $4.004.35. The feeder market Is
fully $1.00 lower for the week In sym
pathy with the drop in fat lamb prices.
Quotations on sheep: Best fat lambs,
38.006 . 50; medium to good lambs. $7.00
8.00; plain and heavy lambs, $6.2s?7.00;
yearlings, $S.75$)C50; aged wethers,
?4.605.00; good to choice ewes, $4.00
54.35; fair to good ewes, $3.50f.OO; coil
and canner ewes, $1.503.00; feeding
lambs, $6.257.25; feeding ewes, fZ.lbty
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. Feb. 12. Cattle Receipts, 600
head: compared with week ago. better
grad4 beef steers and feeder stock 254?
ouc higher; plainer grades steady; top
steers, $10.25; canners and cutters and
bulls, 25c lower; calves and stockers and
feeders, ?5fi)50c higher.
Hoes Receipts. 7.000 head: light and
light light, 1023o higher; butchers,
strong to 10c higher than yesterday's av
erage: top, $10.10; bulk 200 pounds down,
$9.7510.00; bulk 200 pounda up, $8.90
9.25; pigs, steady.
Shees nd Lambs Receipts, 3,000 head;
for week, fat lambs generally $1.00 lower;
yearlings, 75c lower; wethers,' 26c lower;
ewes, 60c lower; feeding lambs, 75c lower,
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Mo.. Feb. 12. Cattle Re
ceipts 125. For week: Beef steers, 10
to 60 cents higher; she stock, steady;
canners, steady to 26 cents lower; bulls
25 cents lower; calves, stesdy to 60 cents
higher; stockers and feeders, strong to
25 cents higher; stock calves and stock
cows snd heifers, steady.
Hogs Receipts, 300; generally steady
to strong; practical top $9.25; one load
sorted 185-pound hog $9.40; bulk of
Sheep Receipts, 800. For week: Sheep
15 to 26 cents lower; lambs and yearlings,
60 to 75 cents lower.
By CHARLE3 D. MICHAELS.
Chicago Tribune-Omaha Bee Leased Wire.
Chicago, 111., Feb. 12. All United
States grain markets were closed to
day, owing to Lincoln's birthday.
Winnipeg was the only market open.
Traders who were around the com
mission offices expressed divergent
opinions. The only thing that stood
out strongly wai the light outside
trade, and the smallest receipts, con
sidering the easy car situation. This
was attributed to bad roads in the
country and to unsatisfactory prices.
.Winnipeg wheat prices started
around the highest of the day at
declines of over 1c and broke $$c
on May and ljsc on July; wheat,
with the close of VAc lower on
May and 2c off on July. Trading
was solely with an easy undertone
and no news. A wire from Winni
peg to Logan & Bryan said. there
was no news, with outside interest
light and nothing definite upon
which to base operations.
Cash continues to show indepen
dent strength, the holding attitude
of producers thus resulting in a
tight cash condition. We look for
a trading affairs with a view to
accepting quick profits on either
London, Feb. 12. Bar Sllvot Jti'd per
Money -5 'i per cent.
Discount Bins st per cent: three-i
month bills, 638 11-16 per cent.
By ALEXANDER DANA NOYES.
Chicago Tribune-Omaha Bee Leased Wire.
New York, Feb. 13. Not much
can be said of the past week's finan
cial markets, except that tlicy re
flected indecision, unreadiness to sus
tain a movement of rates or prices
in either direction and therefore an
alternation of momentary advances
or declines, followed by return of
Such occasional activity as oc
curred, sometimes in one direction
and sometimes in the other on the
stock market, the money market, the
loieign exchange market and the
commodity markets, would reverse
itself so quickly as to indicate only
the lack of any strong force maki'ig
for a chaiijte in values. It is
naturally .-.slicd u,cn this will end,
ai(d the markets resume a definite
With six weeks of the new vear
now completed, it is possible to take
a larger view of the trend of the
financial situation. That sonic 'ex
pectations rather confidently enter
tained at the end of December have
thus far been disappointed, every one
knows. Both in Wall street and on
the foreign money markets it had
been widely predicted that last vcar's
prolonged reduction in speculative
credit, along with the very great de
crease in actual trade requirements
resulting, both from the shrinkigc
of production and trade and from the
40 per cent fall in the average price
of merchandise, would occasion rapid
decline in money rates.
Lower Money Due.
December' large requisitions for vear
ond business settlements hud postponed the
readjustment; with those out of the way,
the lower money market should be at
Early in January the decline began with
some emphasis hoth i N-nw vArir
"nM2' 11 I""""''1 10 b" wholly premature.
onm rnci-B lor time loans returned
to a level onlv siahtlv heinvr ih, n
cetnher figures and at London, the open
..inci uiHcuuni rates were nearly I per
rent above last February. Even call
loans on the Stock Exchange, which had
hot gone above 7 per cent at the height
of the December stringency, rose to 9
Per cent at the beginning of the present
It is true that last February, as against
the present 6 '4 to 7 1, per rent, even six
months Wall Street loans brought as much
aa,9 per cent at tMa time In 1920 and call
money as muchas 25. But merchants'
paper has been quoted this week on Wall
Street fully 1 per cent above last February
and the rediscount rate, hoth at the Bank
of England and at our federal reserve, i
1 per rent higher than a year ago.
Furthermore, at this time a year aco.
not only were commodity prices close to
the highest after-war level and speculation
actively at work for a further advance, hut
the stock market stubbornly resisting the
pressure of the banks, was engaging in
a new speculation for the rise. If com
parison were made with this season In
former years It would show that the Feb
ruary market for hoth Wall Street time
losns and commercial paper touched no
higher rate than 6'i per cent In 1919,
than 6 in 1918. than 4 ',4 in 1917, or than
3', in 1916. The money market has. In
actual fact, been higher during the first
six weeks of 1921 than In any correspond
ing period since 1874.
Deflation Not Complete.
The seemingly necessary inference, even
after allowing for the treasury's heavy
short-term borrowings, would be that the
deflation of credit has not yet been com
pleted, that an execessive amount of hsnk
resources are still tied up In the ill-judged
obligations Incurred a year ago. which the
borrowers either cannot or will not liqui
date. This, In fact. Is the sctual situation.
The trouWIe from that cause, which con
verged dlroftly on New York last autumn.
r.-aa now Been Blurted to the Interior com
munities, hut that has resulted in de
mands from those districts on New York
for assistance, with the eonseauent de
pletion, even of New York's banking sur
When It Is asked what is to end such
conditions, the only snswer Is that they
must bo termlr.tted In the western and
southern states, as their acute form was
terminated In New York last December.
The erisls In such a financial situation
Is always reached later In the interior
communities than at New York.
Change Due Soon.
The time cannot now be very far dis
tant when this situation will change In
the Interior as It has already changed at
New York. Notwithstanding the prevalent
Idea that the beginning of January will
Introduce new financial conditions. It Is
the usual experience that the first two
or three months of a 1 ew year will. In
the main, continue the conditions pre
valent In the preceding months.
The change In financial movement after
the early reaction following the armis
tice came In March and April of 1919:
the change from the speculative Inflation
of trade and prices came in March and
April of 192).
It Is reasonable to expect In the same
period of 1921 the development of such
new Influences as are likely to prevail
during the rest of the present year.
At least two elements In the situation
can be pretty safely reckoned on the
real roadjustm?nt of retell prices because
retailers will, by that time, be getting
the full advantage of reductions In whole
sale markets, and the completion of In
terior debt readjustment because farm
ers and merchants who are preparing
for a new season will have to clear off
their old obligations first.
Fruit Bananas: per lb., 10c, Oranges:
150-176, $5.50; 200-216, $5.50; 260-268.
$5.25. Lemons: 270 Sunklst, $5.50; 270.
choice, $5. Orape fruit: Blue Goose, Skl
Hl or Favorite, 46, $4.75; 64. $5; 64-70-80.
Apples: Delicious. l75-lgs-2o. 14:
fancy Wine Saps, staymen or old fashioned.
2-80-88-113-163. $3: 175-200-216-226. 32.76:
choice. 175-200-216-225. $2.60; Jumble
$1.76; Canoes, $3; Bl. Twigs, $3; - York
Imp., ' $3.
Vegetables Sweet, potatoes. Baskets,
$2 50. Potatoes: Idahoe Whites, cwt..
$3.25; R, R. Ohio. $3.60. Cabbage, per
lb., 2 '4c. Onions: Spanish, crates, $2.50;
Red Globe, per lb., 2 'Ac English wal
nuts, Black Diamond, lb., 27c.
Root Vegetables Beets, carrotts, ttef lb..
2tac; parsnips-rutabagoea, 2Hc; white
turnips, per lb., 3c. Green vegetables:
radishes, per doz., $1.25; shallotts, per doz.,
$1; parsley, per doz., 90c: spinach, per
lb., 12c; cucumbers, per doz., $4; green
peppers, per lb., 40c; leaf lettuce, per doz.,
86c; head lettuce, per crt., $4; head lettuce.
per doz., $1.50; cauliflower, per crt., !.:d.
California celery: rough, crates, $6.60;
extra Jumbo, washed, $1.75 special Jumbo,
washed, $1.60; medium Jumbo, washed.
Miscellaneous Honey. 24 frames, per
case, $7; dates, Dromedary, It pkgs., per
case, $6.75; Checkers-Chums-Crackerjack,
100 to case, prize, $7; 60 to ease, prize,
$3.60; 100 to case. No. price. $6.76; 60 n
case. No. rrlze, $3.40.
Hay Upland prairie: No. 1, $10.00$
11.00; No. 2, $9.nol0.nO: No. 3. $7.00i
9.50. Midland- No. 1. $9.50010.60: No. 2'.
$8.00$9.00. Lowland: No, 1, $!.009.00;
No. 2, $7.008.00.
Nuts Cocoanuts. per sack, $9; cocoa
nuts, per doz., $1.40; peanuts. Jumbo, raw,
16c; peanuts. Jumbo, roast, 18c; peanuts.
No. 1, raw, 10c; peanuts. No. 1, roast. 12c;
peanuts, 10-lb. can, salted, $2.76.
Swdft ft Co's. ralee of fresh beef In
Omaha for the week ending February 5
averaged 11.20c per pound.
Wholesale prices of beef cuts are as fol
lows: No. 1 Ribs, 25c: No. 2 Ribs. 29c:
No. 3 Ribs. 20c. No. 1 Rounds, 20c; No. 2
Rounds, 19c: No. 3 Rounds. 16c. No. I
Loins. 29c: No. 2 Loins, 27c; No. 3 Loins,
20c. No. 1 Chucks, 11c: No. ! Chucks,
lOHc; No. 3 Chucks. 9c. No. 1 Plates, 9!ic;
No. 2 Plates, 9e:Nn. 3 Plates, 8c.
Sioux City Uve Stock.
Sioux City. Ia.. Feb. 12. Cattle Re-
eoipts. ISO head: fed steera and yearlings.
$5.55Si8.40; market steady; fat cows ani
heifers, $4.2507.00; canners, S2.5i4.00;
vealcrs. $3.0fltf9.60: feeders. $5.75(97.00;
calves. $4.50'6.25; feeding cows and heif
ers. $3 26ft 5. 25.
Hogs Receipts, S.700 hesd: stockers,
$4.50?6.60; market I6ii25c higher; lights,
$8.75439.40: mixed. $Mn8.9i: heavy,
$8.00tf8.65; bulk of sales. $8.3509.25.
Sharp and Lambs Receipts, SO head;
St. Joseph livestock.
St. Joseph, Mo., Feb. 12. Cattle Re
ceipts, none: nominal: steers, $6.60$'9.76;
rows and heifers, $3.60J8.00; calves, $6.00
Hogs Receipts 1.O00; steady; top,
$9.26; bulk. $8.0009.26.
Sheep Receipts, none: nominal; lambs,
$T.OOj8.75; ewes $3.5064.35.
Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Ua Feb. ) 3. Turpentine
Quirt; 92ic: no sales: receipts, 21 bli.;
shlpmenta. 184 bbls.; stock. 16.109 bhls.
Rosin Quiet: no sales; receipts. S9.v
casks; shlpminls, 62$ casks; slock. $1,294
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