IS STEADY TODAY
QUOTATIONS HOLD STEADY AT
ABOUT YESTERDAY'S CLOSE
RAILROAD ISSUES STRONG.
New York, May 12.—(Wall street.)—
Quotations held steady at about the
level of yesterday's close when trad
ing was begun today on the stock ex
Change, business was somewhat mow
active and a good inquiry for several
gjlfi of the railroad issues gave the market
an appearance of strength. -Western
Maryland advanced a point, Louisvillo
and Nashville half and Reading %.
R3& Small additions were made to the
ItJf.J initial gains, particularly in the east-
J. :ern stocks, such as New York Cen
Erie and Reading. The general
Sffl /v *«ment. however, was of a common
if pnwe character. Reading subsequently
reacted a half and other stocks also
shaded off. EvansVille and Terra
[iaute and Detroit United railways im
roved 2 points, and Wells Fargo Ex
The market closed heavy. Some dis
appointment was shown over the
abandonment of yesterday's pro
nounced demonstration against the
Kehort interest and small amount of
stock were marketed here and there,
driving Reading, Union Pacific and U.
S,' Steel back to the low figures of the
NEW YORK STOCKS.
malgamated Copper ...
merlcan Beet Sugar ...
Tierican Car & Foundry
fmerlcan Cotton Oil ......
.. .. 55ft
lerican Smelting & Refining .. 75
ler. Smelting & Refining pfd ..
erican Sugar Refining .. .. 118
haconda Mining Co 37ft
lantic Coast Line 124%
ltimore & Ohio 104%
rooklyn Rapid Transit 79
Canadian Pacific ...... 232%
Chesapeake & Ohio ... 79%
Chicago & Northwestern 145%
Chic. Mil. & St. Paul .. 120%
Colorado Fuel & Iron 29
Colorado & Southern 52%
Delaware & Hudson 169
Denver & Rio Grande 28
enver & Rio Grande pfd 64%
Great Northern pfd.. ... 126%
Great Northern Ore Ctfs 60
"inols Central 136
erborough-Met pfd 52%
isville & Nashville 146
souri Pacific 49
souri, Kansas & Texas 32%
tional Biscuit 133%
tlonal Lead 51%
iw York Central 107
rfolk & Western 106%
itforthern Pacific 124%
Pacific Mail 24
Pennsylvania *. 121%
People's Gas 105
Pullman Palace Car 160
Rock Island Co 29%
Dock Island Co., pfd 61
Southern Pacific 114
Southern Railway 27%
nlon Paciftr. 177%
nited States Steel 75%
nited States Steel pfd 119%
Wabash .. 15%
Wabash pfd 36%
Western Union 741/i
Standard Oil.... 675
^ehigh Valley ... ....174%
New York Bank Exchange.
Chicago, May 12.—Exchange on New
York, 15 cents premium.
New York Provisions.
New York, May 12.—The provision
Butter—Market unsettled receipts,
4,747: firsts to creamt-ry specials, 20
22%c. creamery held. [email protected] state
'Vdairy finest. 21c. good to prime, [email protected]
a^Oc. common to fair. [email protected] process
ftirsts to spec'uls, [email protected]%c.
Eggs—Market weak: receipts, 81,
*72 fresh gathered firsts to selected
/extras, 16%@19%c. -fresh gathered
checks, good to prime, 14c. western
gathered whites, [email protected]%c.
New York Sugar and Coffee.
\New Yerk, May 12.—Raw sugar—
Steady muscova, 89 test, 3.36c. cen
trifugal, 56 test, 3.86c. molasses, 89
test, 3.11c. refined, steady.
New York Money Closing.
J^ew York, May 12.—-Money on call
Steady, 2%@2%% ruling rate, 2%
closing bid, 2% offered at 2%.
Time loans—Firmer 60 days, 2%%
Ijb days* six months, 3#3%.
Prime mercantile paper—3% @4%.
Sterling exchange—Steady with ac
tual business in bankers' bills at
14.84.50 for 60 day bills and at $4.86.40
Bonds—Government, easy railroad,
New York Closing Grain.
'New York, May 12.-rThe closing
rain market follows:
Wheat—May, 98%c. July, 97%c.
Corn—May, 61c. July, 60%c.
Duluth Closing Wheat.
Duluth, Minn., May 12.—Closing
wheat—May. $1.02%: July, $1.02%,
bid Sept., 94%c. nominal.
Durum—May, 91%c. July, 92c.
Sept., 92c., bid.
j4i Chicago Provisions.
Chicago, .May 12.—The provision
Butter—Market steady creameries,
••16® 21c. dairies 13 @3 8c.
Eggs—Market steady receipts, 25.
036 cases at market, cases included.
12%@13c firsts, 15%c. prime firsts,
Cheese—Market steady dairies 12%
@12%c. Twins, 12%T12%C. Young
Americas, [email protected]%c. Long Horns,
Potatoes—Market weak choice to
fancy, [email protected] fair to good, 47®48c.
Poultry—Market weak turkeys, live
lUc. fowls, 12c. springs, dressed, 25(0
Veal—Market steady:' 50 to 60 lb.
[email protected]%c. 60 to 85 lb. wts-., 6%@
%c. 85 to 110 lb. wts., 7%@9c.
St. Louis Metals.
St Louis, May 12.—The metal mar
MARKETS OF THE [WORLD
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS? LEASED WIRE.
HEAVY? RUS8IAN SHIPMENTS
BRING DOWN TURN TO WHEAT
GOOD WEATHER AFFECTS.
Chicago, May 12.—Talk, of heavy
Russian shipments to the continent
this week brought about a down turn
here today in wheat. The bearish feel
ing was increased by Liverpool send
ing word of realizing sales of a smal
ler demand for Australian cargoes.
Reports were also received telling of
excellent crop prospects In Argentina.
Bullish dispatches from southeastern
Europe, where the weather continues
hot and dr,y served to give the market
a firm tone at the outset. The lattar
had an offset in the shape of abundant
rains in Canada. Opening prices- were
the same as last night to %@%c up*
July started at 89% to 89%c, a "bade
off to a shade advance, touched 89%
and then fell to 88%@89.
Optimistic crop reports from tlio
Dakotas and Minnesota led to further
weakness. Bullish reports, howevor
to millers in regard to winter wheat
southwest caused a sharp rally. The
close was firm with July [email protected]%c high
er at 90%c.
With the weather generally favor
able, corn showed a tendency to ease
off. Sentiment was influenced, too, by
the backset in wheat. July opened un
changed to %c lower, at 52% to 52 %c,
and for a considerable time kept with
in that range.
Selling by a large elevator company
carried prices yet lower, but the mar
ket rebounded with wheat. The close
was firm at 52% @53c for July a net
gain of a shade.
Profit taking on the part of longs
made oats rather weak. July started a
sixteenth lower to a like amount up, nt
32% to 33%c, and declined to 33%c.
Except May pork, which was more
easily quotable than yesterday's, the
provision market had a tinge of
strength due to an advance in hog3.
First sales were at last night's level
to 7%c higher, with July delivery $8.22
to $8.25 for lard, and $8.07% to $8.10
for ribs. May pork declined 10c to
Chicago Cash Grain.
Chicago, May 12.—The cash
Wheat—No. 2 red, [email protected]%c. No. 3
red, [email protected] No. 2 hard, [email protected] No.
3 hat-d, [email protected] No. 1 northern, $1.03
@1.06: No. 2 northern, $1.02(^1.05 No.
3 northern, $1.01® 1.04 No. 2 spring,
[email protected]$1.04 No. 3 spring. [email protected]$1.00 vel
vet chaff, [email protected] Durum, [email protected]%c.
Corn—No. 2, 64%®64%c. No. 2
white, 54%@54%c. No. 2 yellow, 54%
@55c. No. 3, 53%@54%c. No. 3 white
[email protected]%c. No. 3 yellow, [email protected]%c.
No. 4, 61®51%c. No. 4 white, 51%®
52c. No. 4 yellow, [email protected]%c. S. G. M,
[email protected] S. G. Y., [email protected]%c.
Oats—No. 2 white, 34%835%c. No.
3 white, [email protected]%c. No. 3 white, 33%
@34%c. standard, 34%@35c.
Rye—No. 2, $1.12.
Omaha Cash Grain.
South Omaha, Nebr., May
live stock market follows:
Cattle—Market 10c higher receipts,
500 native steers, [email protected] cows
and heifers, [email protected] western steers,
$3.75®5.25 stockers and feeders,
Hogs—Market 10 to 15c higher re
ceipts, 8,000 heavy, $5.80®6: mixed,
$5.85®5.95 light, $5.95®6.07%.
Sheep—Market '10c higher receipts,
4,000 sheep, $3.50® 5 lambs, $5.
Kansas City Cash Grain.
Kansas City. Mo., May 12.—The cash
grain market follows:
Wheat—Market steady No. 2 hard.
89®97c. No. 3, [email protected] No. 2 red, 31
@92c. No. 3, [email protected]
Corn—Market steady to %c lower
No. 2 mixed, 52 %c. No. 3 white, 52c.
No. 3, 61%®51%c.
Oats—Market unchanged No. 2
white, [email protected] No. 2 mixed, 31%®
Rye—No. 2, 97®$1.00.
Hay—Market uneven choice tim
othy, $16.50® 17 choice prairie, $12.»0
Receipts—Wheat, 34 cars.
St. Louis Cash Grain
St. Louis, Mo., May 12.—The cash
grain market follows:
Wheat—Market firm track No. 2
red, 93%@95c. No. 2 hard, [email protected]$1.00.
Corn—Market higher track No. 2,
54%@54%c. No. 2 white, [email protected]%c.
Oats—Market firm track No. 2 32c.
No. 2 white, 34%c.
Rye—Market unchanged, $1.12.
Galveston, Tex., May
Peoria, May 12.—The grain market
Corn—No. 3 white, 53%c. No. 2 yel
low, 53%c. No. 3 yellow, 63%c. No. 4
yellow, 51%c. No. 3 mixed, 53%c. No.
4 mixed, 51%c. no srade, [email protected]%c.
Oats—Market firm NO. 2 white,
33 %c. standard, 33 %c. No. 3 white,
Omaha Cash Grain.
Omaha, Nebr., May ^2.—The cash
grain market follows:
Wheat—Market unchanged to half
cent higher: No. 2 hard, 89%@95c.
No. 3 hard, 87%@92c.
Corn—Market %c lower No. 8
white, 49%@50c. No. 3 yellow, 49%®
51c. No. 2, 49%@49%c. No. 3, 49%®
Oats—Market unchanged No. 3
white, [email protected]%c. No. 3 yellow, 30%@
Receipts—Wheat, 29 corn, 77 oats,
Shipments—Wheat, 12 corn, 128
Kansas City Butter and Egg*.
Kansas City, Mo.. May 12.—Butter
Creamery, 21c. firsts. 18c.: seconds,
16c. packing stock, 13 %c.
Eggs—Extras, 17 %e. firsts, 16c.
iL I It*
PRICES RULED 8TR0NG PACK
ERS IN MARKET CATTLE
Chicago, May *2.—Hogs ruled strong
to close today, packers coming Into the
trade after scalpers had started the
market. Prices were fully 10 cents
higher and in spots 15 cents above th*
average yesterday. The top was $6.40
for prime lights.
Cattle were steady, there being a
fair market for Friday. Some good
steers sold at $6.10 to $6.25.
Lambs were steady with prime cllp
ted at $6v but there wa a liberal per
centage of sheep and they were weak.
Chicago Live Stock Opening.
Chicago, May .12.—The opening live
stock market follows:
Ciattle—Market steady receipts es
timated at 1,500 beeves, [email protected]
Texas steers, $4.60® 5.60 western
steers, $4.80®5.60 stockers and feed
ers, [email protected] cows and heifers, $2.40®
5.651 calves, $4.50®7.
Hogs—Market generally 10c higher
receipts estimated at 2,000 light, $6®
6.40 mixed, [email protected]: heavy, $5.80®
6.20 rou&li, $5.80®5.95 good to choice
heavy. [email protected]: pigs, [email protected]
bulk of sales, $6.06 @6.20.-
Sheep—Market generally steady re
ceipts estimated at 10,000 natives, $3
@4.80 westerns, $3.50®4.80 yearl
ings, $4.60®5.60 lambs', native, $4.50®
6.65 westerns, [email protected]
Chicago Live Stoek Closing.
Chicago. May 12.—The closing live
stock market follows:
Cattle—Market steady: receipts,
500 beeves, $4.95®6.45 Texas steers,
$4.60®5.60 western steers, [email protected]
stockers and feeders, $4®5.65 cows
and heifers, [email protected] calves. $4.50®
Hogs—Market more active at open
ing prices receipts, 14.000: light, $6®
6.40 mixed, $5.95®«.32 heavy, $5.S0
@6.20 rough, [email protected] good «o
choice heavy, $5.95®6 20' pigs, $5.80®
6.35 bulk of sales, $6 [email protected]
Sheep—Market steady to 10c lower
than yesterday's average: receipts, 10.
000 natives. $3.®4.80 westerns, $3.r0
@4.80 yoarllngs, [email protected] lam'jo,
native, [email protected] westerns, $5.25®
St. Louis Live 8tock.
St. Louis, May 12.—The live stocK
Cattle—Market steady to strong:
receipts, 1.000 native beef steers, $50'
6.65? cows and heifers, [email protected]?5
stockers and feeders, [email protected]
Hogs—Market 5 to 10c higher re
ceipts. 8,500 pigs and lights, [email protected]
packers, [email protected]: butchers and
best' heavy. 4^.06 @6.25.
gheep—Market steady receipts, 1,
800*i native muttons, [email protected] lambs
$5.75 @6.2 5.
Kansas City Live Stoek.
Kansas City, Mo., May 12.—The live
stock market follows:
Cattle—Market steady receipts 500
native steers, [email protected]: southern
steers, $4®5.60 native cows and heif
ers, $3®6 stockers^and feeders, $4.75
@5.75 western steers $4f75®5.85.
Hogs—Market 10c higher receipts.
7,500: heavy. [email protected]: packers and
butchers. $6®6.12% lights, $6.05®6.15.
Sheep—Market 5c higher: muttons,
[email protected] lambs, $4 [email protected] ,,
St. Joseph Live Stoek.
South St. Joseph, Mo., May 12.—The
live stock market follows:
Cattle—Market steady receipts,
400- steers, [email protected]«.10 cows and heifers,
$3.2*8®5.d5: calves, [email protected]
Hogs—Market active. 10c higher
receipts, 3,500 top, $6.15: bulk of sale#
Sheep—Market steady receipts, 1.
000 lambs, $5.90.
RANGE OF HOG PRICES.
Rang* of hog values at Chicago CM'
the pact two weeks with comparisons:
Mixed and light
.. 5.70 @6.00
.. [email protected]
.. [email protected]
.. [email protected]
.. 5.S5 Co) 6.20
Steady, 15 7-16c.
Foreign Grain Closing.
Liverpool, Eng., May 12.—The clos
ing grain market follows:
Wheat—Spot, steady No. 2 red
western winter, no stocks No. 2 Man
itoba, 7s4d: May, 7s%d July, 6sll%d.
Corn—Spot, American mixed new,
nominal American mixed old, steady,
5s4%d July, 4s8%d Sept., 4s9%d.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION
Wheat— Open High
May .. 06% 97%
July, .. 89% 90%
Sept .. 88% 89%
Dec .. 90% 91%
May .. 54% 45%
July, ..52% 53%
Sept! .. 53% 53%
Dec .. 51% 61%
Mess Pork, per bbl.—
May, .. 17.45 17.45
July .. 15.15 15.15
Sept .. 14.50 14.50
WA COURIER. SATURDAY, MAY "13, 1911
10 CENT RAISE
JUMP ALL ALONG THE LINE FOR
HOGS—RETAIL PRICES |!^OW
Hr« quotations for today (dhow an
Increase of ten cents in all grades.
With tho exception of a fow changes
In the retail markets, other prices re
main the same as yesterday.
J. WHOLESALE MARKET!.
Live Stoek Prices.
Hogfc, 120® 180
Hogs. [email protected] 200
Hogs. 200 @2 50
Hogs. [email protected]
Hogs, 300 and over...
Choice corn ted heifers
Choice uorn fed cows
Choice ll??ht calves ...
Good light calves
[email protected] 25
May .. 33% 34%
July 33% 34%
Sept .. 33% 34
Lard, per 100 lbs—
July .. 8.22- 8.25
Sept 8.30 8.30
Short Ribs, per 100 lbs.—
July .. 8.07 8.10 7.97
Sept .. 8.02 8.02 7.95
Kansas City Closing Grain.
Kansas City, May 12.—The closing
grain market follows:
Wheat—May, 89c. july, 85%@85%c
sellers Sept., 84%c.
Corn—May, 50%c.. sellers July,
50%c„ bid Sept., 50%@50%c., sellers.
St. Louis Closing Grain Futures,
St. Louis, May 12.—The closing
grain futures follow:
Wheat—Market higher May, 92%c.
July, 87c. Sept., S7%@87%c.
Corn—Market higher July, 52%
52%c. Sept, 52%c.
Okts—Market higher —July, 36c.
St. Louis Wool.
St. Louis, May 12.—Wool—Market
unchanged: territory and western me
dium. [email protected] fine mediums, 13®15c.
[email protected] 90
Grain and Hay—8tre«t Prt#t»
Ptraw... ,,. •«. ...
Rye ... •••hi «,,.
ITav. ton tOfM4
Barley..... v.-- W®8C
Hldw, Woof sn! Tsllew.
Hides, No. 1 cured
No. 2 cured
Hides, green. No. 1 8
Hldes.'green No. 2 7
Medium wool, unwashed 1«@17
Coarse wool, unwashed [email protected]
Beeswax, No. 1 26
Beeswax Na 20
Tallow No. 1 ........ Iij
Tallow No. 2 ...
Cr.xde N* cream .... 14
Butter and Eggs.
Butter, packers pay. 1
Bitter, rrocers pay ..
grocors pay 3«
Eggt, paclrers par
mn« prices ars paid to *h« pro*
DifVs, white feathered
T»"cVs. dark feathered
Geese, lb .*••*.•.
HORSES IN A RALLY.
Market Regains Wednesday's Loss
and Closes Steady With a
Chicago, May 12.—Horse market
displayed a little firmness today and
prices rallied back to last week's clos
ing basis, being slightly lower than on
Monday and Tuesday of this weeK,
without touching the low spot in force
during Wednesday's sales. There were
only a few loads of fresh horses to bo
offered In the auction ring and buyers,
acting as though a* little short in their
orders, gave the market much more
reliable support than on the foregoing
day. All classes were quickly disposer"
of and the market closed on a health
ier basis than had been expected at
prices that compared favorably with
those current at the close last week.
Receipts here for the first four days
of the week made an aggregate of ap
proximately 1,810 head, against actual
arrivals of 2,618 head a week ago, and
1,315 head a year, ago. Unfortunftely
for the trade, the falling off in the vol
ume of supplies was largely in the
number of good quality, lively, young
animals received. This made the sup
ply of plain and medium quality, light
weight horses nearly as large as that
of the preceding week, and somewhat
of Immediate trade require
ments. Attendance of buyers during
the first two days of the week were
liberal and prices showed a strong up
ward tendency. Wednesday's market
was weak and largely $10 lower, how
ever, and only part, of this latter loss
was regained today. Prospects for a
satisfactory clearance of all horses
here, however, and the tone of the
market Is healthy, with classified re
ceipts quoted at the following range
of auction prices:
15 hands ...
16 hands .....
to good to extra.
[email protected] [email protected]
[email protected] [email protected]
Drivers [email protected]
Actors, coachers .. [email protected]
Carriage pairs .... [email protected]
Western (branded) 20® 70
Mules [email protected]
Esst St. Louis Trade Slow.
East St. Louis, May 12.—There Is a
lull in activities along the horse line
and the trade is slow, without mater
ial changes being noted in prices.
Eastern buyers are still well repre
sented, being more numerous than
buyers from- the south, but their needs
are of less urgent character and they
are taking advantage of this condition
to try for lower prices. Orders from
near-by agricultural districts are less
numerous and the horses usually
supported by that class of trade moved
more slowly at prices scarcely steady
with last week's values. The let up in
the demand is reflected in. a noticeable
falling off in the outward movement
of horses to eastern points, shipments
so far this week having been very
light. Horse quotations:
Heavy draft, good to choice $1«[email protected]
Eastern chuiiks [email protected]
Southern horses good to extra [email protected]
Southern horses, fair to good [email protected]
Southern horses, common ..
[email protected] 65
I Mules Find Clearance.
East St. Louis, May 12.—A little
more activity was noted in the- mar
ket for mules and a more satisfactory
clearance of the supply in receiving
barns was affected. Prices did not
show material betteri.ient, but the
trade was more optimistic and better
values were predicted for the near fu
ture. Mine mules and good heavy ani
mals suitable for work on Canadian
wheat farms were given best support,
but a slight improvement was also
noted In the call for the cheaper, light
weight mules, and the general outlet
was more satisfactory than It has
been for some time. Mule quotations:
$ [email protected]
«. [email protected]
.1 [email protected]
day?'All "classes were quickly disposed I in August, 1910, by Singmaster and
Black with three white feet and stripe
in face, coming three years old. Heavy
bone and grood stylo, making of a tou
horse. Register No. 15570, vol. 16 of the
A. C. S. B.
Terms—$10.00 to Insure colts to
stand and suck, for any of these horses
Color, Dark Gray three year old this
spring. Large and heavy boned, well
proportioned and good style, also mak
ing of a ton horse. Register No. 17805,
volume 11, N. R. of F, D. H.
Color, Bay, stripe lh face, coming
three years old, good size and fine ac
tion. Register 14552.
Also Two Blaok Jacks.
All can be said good of the brutes—
big ears and musical voices. Come and
Come and see the stock for yourself.
The pedigrees of the above stock can
be found at my barn. Above breeding
stock will make a season of 1911 at J.
S. Reno's old stand, one mile southeast
of Agency on the Agency and Eldon
road. Care will be taken to prevent ac
cidents but will not be responsible
should any occur. Parting with mares
or leaving neighborhood forfeits Insur
ance. Colts stand good for service. All
the above colts are to stand and suck,
and when colts stand and suck, my in
surance is ended. In case any colt dies
before 12 days old, party has privilege
of breeding mare back free of charge.
Positively no Insurance in the second
hands. No breeding on Sunday. Season
from April 1st to July 1.
F. W. AVERY, Keeper.
2 Imported Pereherons
Will make the season of 1911 at
At my Barn, ,v
Weighs a Ton.
We hereby certify that the Perche
ron stallion Gambadeur (72302) import-
Keota, Iowa, is recorded by tho
Percheron society of America and that
his recorded number is 71605. Color
and description: Black.
Pedigree—Foiled March 3, 1906
bred by M. Peltier, department of Loir
et Cher. Sire—Nautilus (42560) by
Mouillee (35212) by Brilliant III, 11116
(2919) by Fenelon 2682 (38) by Bril
liant 1271 (755) by Brilliant 1899 (756)
by Coco II (714) by Vitsux Chaslin
(713) by Coco (712) by Mignon (715*
by Jean le Blanc (739.) Dam—Rosine
(50253) by Diogene (22663) by Roche
tort 11228 (14837) by Sansonnet 3465
(51) by Vermouth 1820 (787) by Vi
docq 483 (732) by Coco II (714) by
Vieux Chaslin (713) by Coco (712) by
Mignop (715) by Jean le Blanc (739.)
2nd Dam Bijou (26348) by Decide be
lo- Ring to M. Vlnault. 3d dam Le Bleue
belonging to M. Huguet.
In witness whereof, we have here
unto affixed the seal of the society.
Dated at Chicago, Illinois, this 24th
day of October, 1910.
H. G. McMillan. President.
Weighs About 1900.
We hereby certify that the Perche
ron stallion Ormeau (62422), imported
from France in 1906 by Singmaster
Bros., Keota, Iowa, is recorded by the
Percheron society of America, and that
his recorded number Is 47086. Color
and description: Black, star and snip.
Pedigree—Foiled April 4, 1904, bred
by M. Menant, department Loir et Cher
owned by Singmaster Bros., Keota
Iowa. Sire— Martin (46912) by Bouie
D'or (1912?) by Grevin 6846 (6892) by
La Grange 3065 (1334) by Brilliant
1271 (755) by Brilliant 1899 (756) by
Coco II (714) by Vieux Chaslin (713)
by Coco (712) by Mignon (715) by Jean
le Blanc (739.) Dam—Biche (50258) by
Florent II (5950) by Phillbert (760) by
Superior 454 (730) by Favorl I (711) by
Vieux Chaslin (713* by Cocb (712) by
Mignon (715) by Jean le Blanc (739.)
2nd Dam—Papillonne (11933) by -De
cide (4569) belonging to M. Vlnault.
3rd Dam—Rose, belonging to M.
Brlere. In witness whereof we have
hereunto affixed the seal of the soci
ety. Dated at Chicago, 111., Jan. 3,
1907' H. G. McMillan, President.,
Terms—$12.50 to insure live colt to
stand and sitck. If mares change hands
for value received the service fee is
due on demand. Not responsible for ac
IE. G. SWAIM
Violin strings bows and
cases, fresh new stock,
finest goods, at 30 to 50 per
cent less than they are
usually sold, do not buy un
til you see my stock.
"New Phone 375-K
236 East tya^n^treftf upstairs.
Land For' Sale.
ifirst National Bank Bid
REX HERO NO. 42072.
Rex Is a great big beautiful road
horse, six years old. He is blood bay in
color, and stands 16 hands high.
Weight 1300. He has splendid finish
and plenty of bone. P.ex is one of the
really good road horses that is fashion
ably bred. He has size, finish and ac
tion. See pedigree at barn.
FOR RENT—100 ACRES OF PAS
ture in two separate fields. J. P.
Hawthorne, Farson, la.
AGENTS—NO EXPERIENCE NEC
essary to make $6 to $30 a day. No
house to house canvass. Most useful
article on the market. Particulars
free. Lock Box 36, Des Moines, Iowa.
WANTED* ATTENTION FANS:
Send $1.00 today and get the great
sporting page of The Hannibal Cour
ier-Post until the close of the sea
son in the Central Association. Ev
erything that happens and right.
Authentic Information. Sporting
news up to the minute. Don't miss
copy. Send a dollar today. Address
The Courler-PoBt, Hannibal, Mo..
WANTED—100 LITTLE CHICKENS
one day old of Single Combed Brown
Leghorn, within next three weeks.
WANTED SEVERAL THOUSAND
bu. good corn. Will pay the highest
shipping prices. See W. H. Reynolds,
WANTED—A FIRST CLASS DR1V
insr horse, weight abcut 1,150 pounds.
Must be city broke. Ralph McElrov,
over Cullen's store, Main street. Nesv
WANTED—WORK ON A FARM. I
am an experienced farm hand. Ad
dress M-9-A care Courier.
FOR SALE—I HAVE ELEVEN ONE
and two year old recorded Angus
bulls, also some cows and heifers.
Extra good ones. Prices reasonable.
Wm. Caylor, Unloiiville, la.
FOR S?.A .E—PUP.E BltEU ANGUS
bulls. E«J F. Oehler. Moravia, la.
FOR SALE—40 ACRES LAND IN
Bear Creek. Store building and 5
room house. New. Will sell reason
able. Fred Bargman, Bear CreeJr,
FOR SALE—80 ACRES 2 MILES
from city, the only bargain In good
Improved land. Call at once. Price
low. R. O. Grooms, 555 W. 2nd.
FOR SALE—GOOD SEED CORN.
$2.50 per bushel. Highland phone.
John Dimmitt & Son.
FOR SALE—PONY,' BUGGY, HAR
ness, saddle and bridle. Phone 1346
New Phone 664
Did Phone 251-Red.
No. 209-211 West Main Street.
EY35. EAR, NOSE AND i'HHOAT
Cl 1ES:OR TO DR. D. LEWIS.
Hours 9 to 12 a. tn. 1 to 8 p. m.
Ennis vjffJce BIdg., Ottumwa. lowt
WCLL %AY, TH»b LOO**
UKt AGrOOD PLACC
TO STOP AT
Well, folks, here I am. Ottumwa looked mighty gooBTto me, and th®^|
Courier looks still better. So here I am—pack, bag, parcel, my very seltM
—all together. I will be here every evening from now on for a long tlme,|fen®
and will sit right here on my little twig ready to give you a wise, new say-f*"
infe daily. Let's get acquainted!
I hardly reached the Courier office before turning to its Want AJI^
page, and there I got fixed almost Immediately with the finest little#*^
room you ever saw, with board only two doors north. I also looked overfl
the big Display Ads that told me juut where to get a brand new hat. I am Sj
all fixed up now—and so happy.
I won't care if you read the news, the ads, and all the other interesting
things in the Courier first, if. you'will only remember to come and see me
before laying aside the paper. So here's my clawclasp, and good luck
to me and you. ,• ZIMMIE..
IT IS NOW. POSSIBLE FOR ME TO FURNISH FROM STOCK
nearly any size made of Iron Pump Cylinder, Pump leather or
Pump Pipe. If you need anything in the wood, iron or chain pump
line I have got it. See me for pump tools, .,
^FISH BITE quick as
lightning if you use
E E I I S
BAIT. It keeps you busy
pulling them out. Catch
leads of them. Write to
day and get a box to help
introduce it. Enclose 2c
stamp for Catalogue and
Special Offers. Eastern
Supply Co., Dept 19, Flint,Mich.
FOR SALE-A FINE DRIVING MARH
city broke. A fine liorse for the farm
folks. Address M-12-B care Courier.
GO SOUTH AND SEE THE WON
derful Louisiana country—Some rdra
bargains from $6 to $300 per acre-
Rice, corn, fruit and truck farms—
Splendid climate—Good soil—$30
round trip. Box 174, Ottumwa, Iowa.-
Poultry and Eggs
EGGS FOR SALE FROM SINGLE
Comb Rhode Island Reds, as large
as Plymouth Rocks. They are from
best laying strain. Eggs $1 per sit
ting, $2.50 per 50. $4 per 100. Charlie
August & Son, Belknap, Iowa. R. No..
FOR SALE—EGGS. W. H. TURKEYS
9, $1.50. Pekln ducks, 11, 50c. B,'P.
Rocks, 15, 75c., 100, $4.50. Mrs. New
ell Brown, Selma, la.
BARRED ROCK EGGS FROM mC
tra fine stock 75c per 151 Buff Cocnln
Bantam eggs, 50c for
Michael. 409 N. Clay.
8. Mrs. Mc«
FOR SALE—EGGS FROM CHOICE
Houdan, $1.00 per 15. Address Mrs.
W. S. McFarlin, R. R. No. 1 Bunih.
FOR SALE EGGS FROM RO£
Comb Reds exclusively.. Come wl"
me to gather the eggs and I will cc,
vlnce you of their heavy lay ir
quality. Red eye, red surface
under color, and red legs. I court
spectlon. They are from some of the
best Eastern strains, including stock
from Rhode Island. $1.00 per 16,
$4.50 per hundred. Mrs. W. B. Yost,
Libertyville, Iowa. Willow BrooU
HUSTLER WITH Sfi.OOO OR WOULD
exchange for small Wapello courity
farm—controlling interest in' gdoii
profitable manufacturing business in
Ottumwa. Good manager now tin
charge. You will be made vice pre*
ident and director with salary. Ad
dress Box 174, Ottumwa, Iowa.
STANDING FOR SERVICE AT FAR
son, la.-, Kentucky bred 3 year" old
stallion, two full Wooded Normans,
also mammoth Kentucky Jack, Ken
tucky Gem. J. P. Hawthorne at Far
"New Shepherd's Ranehe."
on SINGLE HARNESS. For & SHORT
time we will make you a LIBERAL
DISCOUNT on any SINGLE HarneM
you may select. Our stock Is NEW,
and of the BEST quality. SEE THEM
Ford's Harness Store
110 8outh Market Street.
B. H. ELLIOTT, Manager.
St. Louis Poultry and Provisions.
St. Louis, May 12.—Poultry—Market
steady chickens, ll%c. springs, l$Cf
23c. turkeys, [email protected] 15c. ducks, llftC.
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