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14 The Nebraska Independent OCTOBER 18, 1906. CXXXXXXXXXXDCOOOOCOOOCOOCXXXXXXXXXX Weekly Market Report CXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX5000000XXXXXXX)Oi GRAIN MARKETS. Chicago, Oct. 17. Cash quotations were as follows: Flour, s.eady; wheat, No. 2, spring, 76 80c; No. 2, 72t"78c; No. 2, red, 7171c. Corn, No. 2, 44 c; No. 2, yellow, 45c. Oats, No. j 2, 32c; No. 2, white, 3435c; No. 3, white, 3233c. Rye, No. 2, 61c. Bir ley, Malting, fair to choice, 44rtT)52c. Flax seed, No. 1, $1.0 IV 4.15. Clover, contract grade, $13.00. Short ribs sides, (loose), $8.508.75. Mess pork per barrel, $16.50. Lard, psr 10) lb?.. $9.45. Short clear sides, (boxed), $8.628.75. Whisky, $1.29. Omaha Grain Market. Omaha, Oct. 7 Cash sales: Wheat, No. 4, hard, 1 car, 65 c. Ons, No. 3, white, 1 car, 30c. Cash prices: Wheat, No. 2, hard, 66?(Ti67Uc; No. 3, hard, 6367c; No. 4. hard, 60 65c; No. 3, snring, 6167c. Corn, No. 3, 39V2c; No. 3, yellow, 39V- 39c; No. 3, white, 40c. Oats, No. 3, mixed,, 30c; No. 3, white, 3030y2C Rye, No 2, 59c; No. 3, 57 c. Special market letter from Nye & Buchanan Co., live stock commission, South Omaha, Neb. South Omaha, Neb., Oct. 17. Re ceipts still keep fair but his not reached the high mark of previous years any week thus fir this season. Very few corn fed catlle are arriving and good ones are eagerly sought as soon as they reach the sale pens. We rather expected a little weaker mar HE SPOKE HIS MIND. Two Irish farmers who had not seen each other for a long time met at a fair. They had a lot of things to tell each other. "Shure, it's married I am," said Murphy. "You don't tell me so," said Moran. "Faix, yes," said Murphy, "and I've got a fine healthy boy which the neigh bors say is the very picture of me." Moran looked for a moment at Mur phy, who was not, to say the least, re markable for his good looks, and then said: "Och, well, what is the harum so long as the child's healthy?" Dub lin Gazette. TOO GREAT A RISK. He desired to take out a life policy for $50,000. Smiling eagerly, the agent drew forth the blank form and began the usual series of questions. "Query six," he said at length "are you an automobilist?" 'No," was the ready rejoinder, "I am not." . 'Motorcyclist, perhaps?" "No." The agent with a sigh laid down his pen. 'I am sorry," he said, "but we no longer insure pedestrians." Minneapo lis Journal. NOTICE TO REDEEM To Mary L. Shafer, and all others whom it may concern: You are hereby notified that on Oc tober 27, 1904, H. Rosenthal purchased at private tax sale, for the delinquent taxes due thereon for the years 1890, and 1897 to 1902 inclusive, the north half of lot eight, and the south half of lot nine in Love's Sub-division of the east half of lot nine and lot ten, section three, township nine, range six east, in Lancaster County, Nebraska. After the expiration of three months ket at close of this week but thus far the market is firm. Packers are get ting a large proportion of the receipts at present. Many foeder buyers are still holding back for lower prices. We do not look for much decline. We quote: Choice steers, $5.75 (a 6.50; fair to good, $4.855.G0; common to fair, $4.254.75; bulls, stags, etc., $2.0')f 4.00; choice heavy feeders, $4.00fS 5.00; fair to good, $3 25(fi 3.00; grass cows, $1.75(3.70; veal calves, $4.00 6.00. Hors are selling about in the. same notches as a week ago. Range, $6.20 6 6.40. The sbefp market holds firm with very liberal receipts. Chicago Live Stock Market. Chicago, Oct. 17. Cattle Receipts 12 000 head. The market was steidv, with fancy steers, $6.757.30; common to good, $4 00(716.75; - cows, X2.7Q(a) 4.75; heifers, $2.615.35; bulls. $2.40 4.50; calves, S3 00 6)8.00; stockers and feeders, $2.4064.40. . Hogs Receipts, 19.000 head. The market was 510c lwer. with good to prime heavy, $6.6(6.75; medium to good, heavy, $4.6066.55; butcher weights, ?6 60(6 75; good to choice mixed, $6.50(6 60; packing, $6.10 0.40; piars. $5.756.40. ' Sheep Receipts, 42,000 head. The market was 10c ( lower, wi'h sheep, $4.5065.75; yearlings, $5.506.00; lambs, $6.007.75. from the publication of this notice I will apply to the County Treasurer of Lancaster County, Nebraska, for a deed to said tracts of land. Dated , 1906. H. ROSENTHAL. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE In the District Court of Lancaster County, Nebraska. In the matter of the estate of Peter S. Scharr.p, deceased: This cause came on for hearing on the petition of Asa P. Schamp, execu tor of the estate of Peter S. Schamp, deceased, praying for a license to sell the real estate described as lots 1, 2, 3, and 4 in section 20, township 13, range 40 west, in Keith county, Ne braska, also north 82 feet off lots 1, 2, 3, and all of lot 4 in block 4 in the village of Malcolm, Lancaster county, Nebraska, or so much thereof as shall be necessary to pay debts and expenses of administering said estate there not being sufficient personal property to pay said debts and ex penses. It is therefore ordered that all persons interested in said estate appear before me at the court house in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster coun ty, Nebraska at 10 o'clock a. m. on the 26th day of November, A. D., 1906, to show cause why license should not be granted to said executor to sell said real estate or so much thereof as shall be necessary to pay said debts and expenses. It is further ordered that notice of such hearing be given all persons in terested in said estate, by publication for four (4) consecutive weeks in the Nebraska Weekly Independent, a news paper of general circulation in said Lancaster county, Nebraska. Dated this 10th day of October, 1906 LINCOLN FROST, Judge of the District Court NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT DE FENDANT To Daniel Frank Dunham, non-resi dent defendant, you will take notice that on the 20th day of September 1906, Laura E. Dunham, plaintiff, filed her petition in the District Court of Lancaster County, Nebraska, the ob ject and prayer of which are to obtain an absolute divorce from you on the ground that you have deserted the plaintiff and though of sufficient abil ity to provide suitable maintenance for her, you have grossly, wantonly, and cruelly neglected and refused so to do. You are required to answer said petition on or before Monday the 5th day of November, 1906. LAURA E. DUNHAM. By SHEPHERD & RIPLEY, Attorneys. NOTICE OF AMENDMENT OF ART ICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE EWART-WILKINSON GRAIN COMPANY. Notice is hereby given that at a sre cial meeting of the stockholders of said corporation held on the 5th of September, 1906, after due notice first given, the articles of said corporation were amended as follows: SECTION I. ; This corporation is hereby named the Lincoln Grain Company. SECTION VII. The affairs of this corporation shall be administered by a board of six directors, to be elected by the stock holders at their first meeting, and an nually thereafter, all of whom shall be stockholders at the time of their election; and in case any director shall cease to own stock he shall at once vacate his office; vacancies in the board of directors shall be filled by the remaining directors, when in ses sion, for the balance of the unexpired term, at any regular meeting or a spe-1 da! meeuns eanea ror mat nuronse. j. .i i Directors shall hold office for the term of one year from the date of the an nual meeting of stockholders and until their successors are duly elected and regularly entered upon the duties of their offices. J. S. EWART, President. ELLIOTT LOWE, Secretary. THE REAL TROUBLE The other afternoon a man rushed into the Reading Terminal, galloped up the stairs and dashed for the train shed just as the gates were closed against him. He looked as if he wanted to swear most vociferously, but he was out of wind, and all that he could do was to lean against the fence and soulfully sigh. It was then that the grinful idiot, who is always on hand, paced over and butted in. "Did you miss your train, old boy?" he queried, with a smiling glance at the panting one. "No," was the grouchy rejoinder. ' chase myself up here that way every five minutes to see them shut the gates." "What made you so late?" queried the other, not at all abashed. "Is your watch out of order?" "No, my watch is all to the good," replied the man who missed the train, "but I think that my feet are about two minutes slow." Philadelphia Tel egraph. A DISAPPOINTED MAN Governor Pardee of California was talking about a fire insurance agent who had disappointed him. "This man," said Dr. Pardee, "had spoken so generously at first about the payment of all claims in full that my disappointment at his later ex pression was incredibly great. 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