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THE OMAHA DAILY EES: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 190& FARMS-FOR SALE 6 ACRE8 of choice farm land In Msrlan county, well Improved, to exchange for W to 40 acres In Douglas county. Fitzgerald-Dermody Co. Tel. 6108. 836 N. Y. Uf Bldg. r.'3 2 120 ACRES IN IOWA. $W FOR Fnr qufck sale will tithe $. per an for this food low noil, 1 miles ent f Omaha. D. C. Patterson, 1631 Farnam MS16 26 40 ACRK8. 8ARPY C'Ot'NTT, Tour miles south of Orrtna; all good tip land; faai complfto Ml ol Improvements, bearing Orchard; possesCm can be given March 1. I'rlce, $2,000. . ' GEORGE A CO., 1601 FARNAM ST. S64 28 FARMS FOR RENT 70 ACRES one mile east of Irving-ton; no Improvements; $3 per acre. H LAND FOR SMALL GRAIN ONLY. CO aerea, no Improveme nts. on Dodge street; .Just tnt of city; 12.50 per acre. ' GEORGES A CO., 11 Farnara st. M 75 25 820 ACRES T m.lcs so ith of Loup City, 228 acres broken; house, barn, etc., on place; want one-third of crop delivered at Loup City. R. 8. Dickinson, Columbus, ;Nb. -M.-42 27 TARM for rent, cheap for cash. 7 miles from Council BlnfTs. Address Henry ' Miller 1329 8. 81st Bt., Omaha. 8S0 29x SPLENDID dairy farm of 70 acres, adjoining- the Parker homsteod on the north city limits; barn 30x60, large hoiise. Ice house, running water, three blocks from car and1 paved road; will be vacnnt March 1st F. D. WEAD, 1524 DOUGLAS ST. 132 26 70 ACRES one mile east of Irvington; no Improvements 63 per acre. ' LAND FORSMALL GRAIN ONLY. W acrea, no Improvements, on Dodge at., Just west of clty-$2.50 per acre. , -M100 28 FOR RENT HOUSES . PAYNE, BOSTWICK &CO.. Sixth Floor N. Y. Life Bid. 92 S. 25th, 4-r., good well and cistern, $8. 3316 N. 26th Ave., B-r., city water, new, $10. MS N. 83d, 6-r., strictly modern, new, $.10. 3) Myrtle Ave., 6-r., strictly all-modern, new, 130. 1348 8. 27th, strictly nil-modern, 7-r., close to Hanscom Park, $27.50. 60S 8. 27th. R-r., strictly nll-modcrn, close In, only $3. 2412 Beward. 8 r.. all modern except fur- nace, close to car. only $22. ) 0. 27th. 9-r.. morfern except furnace, $2. 2010 Webster, 10-r., all-modern, closo In, H0. We have others. See our Hat before you move. PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO., . Sixth Floor N. V. Lite. D 173 2 HOUSES In all parts of the city. n. C. Petars A Co., Bee Bldg. D-4B2 WE DO house furnishing better and cheaper than anyone In Omaha. We carry the largest stock In the city. Terms, 25 worth, $1 per week; $100 worth, (2 per week. OMAHA FURNITURE A CARPET CO., Between 12th and 12th, on Farnam Street. .- D 14 36 THE Omaha Van and Storage Co. pa ok, move and Btore H. H. goods. Storehouse 1120-24 N. ma. Office, im Farnam. Tel. Ittfc D-6a) WE MOVE pianos. Maggard Van A Stor ags Co. Tel. 1496. Office 1712 Webatcr st D-521 In all parts of the city. To O. b Davis Co., but Reebldg. AJ UlJt McCauley Express, Co. for moving, storage, baggage delivery. (It g. 16th. Tel. 1464. , d na am DQUOLA3, ROOMS. $27.(0. HOUSES D-62 CHRIS BOYER, 22nd and Cuming sta Tel. 8048. D-Mio7 MODERN brick, walking distance. New, eight rooms, all modern, 640 So. 24th St., $4U Garvin Uros, 1604 Farnain. ( BOOMS for rent. $46 South 18th D-M615 HOUSES, Insurance. Rlngwalt, Barker Bit D 618 $04 8. 2VTH st., 7 rooms. 1st floor, mod em, tenant pays water rent $22.50 got 8. 29th st, T rooms. 2d floor, mod rn. tenant pays water rent 20.00 1644 N. ltith St., 6 rooms, 1st floor, bath, ' aas, toilet 15.00 1645HN. 16th St., 6 rooms, 2d floor, bath, gas, tollot 12.00 1117 8. llth at., 4 rooms, 1st floor, hy dirant 7.00 210$ Elm at., 4-room cottage, well 7.00 $307 Charles st, ( rooms, hydrant, will repair 6-00 2806 Leavenworth, 4-room cottage, modem, tenant pays water 20.00 McCAUUE INVESTMENT CO., IBM Dodge St. D-M806 24 HOUSES FOR RENT. The Byron Reed Co., 212 8. 14th. D 816 FIND HOME TO LET. North 24th St., 1 block from Park ave. and Sherman ave. street car lines, 9 rooms, strictly modem,- fine lawn, all kinds of hade and fruit trees and shrubbery $30. W. FARNAM SMITH 4b CO... 1820 Farnam street. D 834 7-ROOM house. No. 24th. Tel. 8S4. D M830 WEL L MODERN COTTAGE 4081 Cuming St., 7 rooms, one story, strictly up-to-date, with furnace, open plumbing-, ete. A rare gem. See us quick. PAYNE, BOSTWICK & CO., 601 N. Y. LIFE. D-8802S TBN-ROOM house for rent at 2414 8. loth g. D 846261 NCW, 6-room cottage, modern except fur nace420, water paid, i North 26th at. Apply 4U27 tie ward St. D j6 i&x 2721 DODQB St., 4 rooms. $B; rrjl California St., 6 rooms, $12; Hamilton St., 6 rooms. $1$; others. Rlngwalt Bros.. Bar ker block. D M8B7 -M 6-ROOM brick, modern. 1(20 Kyner ave. D X7 27K FOR RENT 9-room house, large barn. Apply 15CB Ohio street. l-904 2s 13-r. bouse, -r. house, $-r. house, tiam. $-r. bouse, s-r.- kowwe, ai-d. 8-r. house, 6-r. house, 6-r. house, ette. C-r. house, toj ave. 6-r. house, 1-r. house, 6-r. house, j-r. house, F. D. , hot water heat, 2W Harney, modern and barn, K0 N. Xtn st. modern exo. furnace, 29ul Far- modern exc. furnace, 1314 S. Slat.' modern exc furnace, 2627 Sew- city water, $fti Maple. modern exc. furnace, 21S 8. 36th. modern exc. furnace, Uil9 Lafay- modern exo. furnace, 4629 Capl- clty water, 2424 Emmet, city water, $1!K Maple, city water. U18 Karnam. city water, 2U19 Franklin. WlSAP. U24 DOUGLAS ST. 1-129 26 (1)4. S3d, ( rooms, all modern; flno yard 3314 Burt st., I r., alt modern; fine yard-ttO. 331 1 Burt St.. 3 r.. all modern; tine yard-$0. ibii ponnleton ave., 6 r., bath, bam $25. 4oth and Callfomla, 8-r., all modem; very choice $40. 401 h and California. I r., all modern; very choice $ss. THH BYRON REED CO., Sit S. 14th. D M142 28 16 LOTS, with 6-room house and barn, on North lth st $1H per year. F. D. WEAD, 1&24 Douglas. D 131 24 FOR RENT Ttirea new seven-room houses: modern. artiatlc, convenient; two Iwiiiod on B. Soth st, out in west Farnam district, inquire AT 712 PARK AVE. D-1S1 K FOR RENT HOUSES HOUSES FOR RENT. MO S. Jtth. rew 7-r. brick tWM W1 R T.th, 10-r., bath M4 P;irk Ave, s-r. cnttuae 2O.0 2C16 4Shlrv, 7-r.. Mth..'. : : 1 ' 2S21 S. IKth, 6-rooin flat I2.M 1214 8. 17th. 6 rooms 12 - 2.')16 N. 31t 4-room flat no N. 27(h Ave., 4-r. cottnse Jo uo GAHVJN BROS., Iijn4 FARNAM ST. D 028 26 FOR RENT K.ght -room modern dwelling; giod iscatl'iM. 71 Owrgla ave. D M218 27 X FOR RENT Modern K-room house, near Hanscom Park J2 7-rooin modern house, 922 N. lth St 25 -rooin modern house, 2u29 N. 20th St 20 10-mnm modern house. 2210 Pcpplelon avenue " THOMAS BRENNAN. Room 1 New York Life Bldir. . D M157 4 7-ROOM cottage, modern except furnacs, good condition; rents for $22.0 per mo. GEORGE A CO., im FARNAM ST D M189 27 2548 CHICAGO street, 10 rooms, strictly modern and In nrst-clasa condition throughout. For particulars call on George A Co. D M942 27 HOUSES TO RENT. $o 23 S. 3th st 10 rooms, modern. (.15A33 Park ave., 8 rooms, modern. $.i.j 3710 Lincoln bird.. $ rooms, mod., new. $'(2.50 Ml N. 3!th. 8 rooms, modern, new. $.12.608511 Dodge. 6 rooms, modern, new. $. 207 N. 23d, 8 rooms, modem. $-'51901 Spencer. 8 rooms, modem. $2S 2015 Plnkney, 9 rooms, modem. $:'2.50 1912 S. 34th, 8 rooms, mod. ex. fur. $22.50 4318 Karnam, $ mi., mod., with barn. Inquire R. C. PETERS A Co., Ground Floor, Bee Bldg. D-240 26 FINEST apartments to let; best location; arrangements and every modern con venience for pleasant and comfortable living. Four to seven rooms each. W, Farnam Smith & Co., 1320 Farnam street . . D 249 26 HOUSES TO LET. 8109 raclflc. 8 rooms, modem; will paper to suit tenant ' $37.50 1102 8. S2d, 9 rooms, modern, barn 4000 672 8. 28th, 8 rooms, modern 25.00 FJ74 S. 28th. 8 rooms, modern 87.50 847-9 S. 21st, 6 rooms, modern 20.00 851 S. 21st, 5 rooms, modern 22.50 2!10 Farnam, 6-room flat 12.50 218 Farnam, 4-room flat 10.00 619 S. 20th, 8 rooms, partly modern.... 20.00 Lake, 8 rooms, city water In kitchen 5 rooms furnished, 3 rooms unfurnle-hed of 8-room modern house. 2220 Chicago St.; rented separately or toaether. W. FARNAM SMITH A CO., 1320 Farnam street. D 250 26 FIVE rooms, flat, city water, 2624 Ersklne St., $8. Eluht rooms', modern except furnace, 44th and Dodea. $19. Ten rooms, all modern. 568 8. 28th st, $30. BEMIS, PAXTON BLOCK. D-252 26 FOR RENT. April 1. 3319 Dodge st.. In brick row erected 1904. Inquire 3321 Dodge ' st., or telephone 4166. 0254 26x SIX rooms, water, gas, sewer; good re pair. $14. Nina rooms, water, 24th and Wirt. $17. Three rooms, wster, ass. sewer. $7. SWEET & BEST, 613 N. Y. L. Tel. 147!. D-233 26 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS PIANOS FOR RENT. 7-room flat In Norntandte $u2 50 Several choice houeee $35 to Ml IlKNRl F. DAII.KT. 'Phone 1- &.'. but Bee fllda- NICELY furnished flat with Janitor er vloe. Call 'phone M. Lv-MM0 27x FrVB acres with new a-r hen and barn, south Krug bark. eU F, V. Wead. ir24 bvuglas. . lUi Jh) Weather Is against us. We make prices that will sell our pianos. IT WILL PAY YOU TO LOOK OVER OUR STOCK. We represent the state for three large factories and do more wholesaling than retailing. We have a fine line of sample pianos that must be closed out at retail at wholesale prices. - . OUR LINE THE CHICKERING, THE CHASE, THE HACKLBY, THE CARLISLE. THE BOLTWOOD AND THE ADAMS SCHAFF. OUR BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK. One $450.00 elegant walnut upright for $248.00 One $i60.00 elegant oak uprlgrht for.... 198.00 Oi.e $350.00 Haynes Broa. upright ebony 148.00 One 2ii0.00 Arlon oak for 125.00 All sold on easy payments $10.00 cash and $5.00 to $lo.uo per month, outside pur chasers write for catalogue and terms. Goods shipped any place on approval. J. S. CAMERON, Sample Rooms 106 K' 15th St, Omaha, Neb. FOR BALE One 60-horse-power boiler, full front, complete with stack, one 60-horsepower Porter engine. One feed water heater. All in good condition. Can be seen running at 15th and California atreets. The Alfred Bloom Co. Q-M872 26 FOR SALE New and second-bond billiard and pool tables, bar nxtures oi an tunas; easy payments. Send for catalogua BrunswIck-Balka-CoUender, 407 S. loth St, Omaha Q M42 FURNITURE, carpets, stoves and every thing to furnisn the nome. uerms, iz worth, $1 per week. The largest stock In Omaha. Lowest prices. OMAHA FURNITURE CARPET CO., Between 12th and 13th, on Farnam Street j iu to COMPLETE line new and Id-hand furni ture. Chicago Furniture Co., iuo uooga Tel. 2020. Vl-a tND-HAND safe cheap. Dertgbt, 1119 Far nam. w ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AT A BAR GAIN. We have about 200 feet 0. stranded electrlo light cable and one kuu ampere anue switch. Address Bee Building Co.. or see W. H. Bridges, engineer, Be Building. Omaha. Q-UU MOTOR FOR SALE We have for sale a 10 H. P.. UO-volt direct current, Northern motor, inis motor is In perfect condition in every way. Ad dress Bee Building Co.. or see W. H. Bridges, engineer Bee building. Q 774 SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. BEST MIXED PAINT. Sherman McConneii Drug i o.. Omaha. Qhim BLOWER FOR SALE 1 No. 6 Sturtevant blower, In perfect con dition, will be sold cheap. Address wee Building Co., or sea W. 1L Bridges, en gineer Bee building. J T7 PULLEYS AND COUNTERSHAFTS AT A BARGAIN. SO Pulleys, from 6 In. to 48 In. In diameter, $ Countershafts complete. 40 Feet 1 15-16-ln. shafting, with couplings and hangars, togetnci- aim aoout u ieei nt D.inih heltlnsf. These are all in first-class condition. W. O. Bridges, Engineer, ties Duuaing. Q 118 SECOND-HAND STF AM FITTlNnS FOR SALE snd look over the following supplies: Mi-Inch Jenkin s globe valve. li-incn AUSlin uuntuuiai ,1-vmniui. 1 4-inch Austin vertical separator. 1 nee nave uven mncn uui ui, in-umn cnanse ln tui bihi mn m.u u,v i good condition. Address Bee Building Co., or see W. II. Bridges, euglneer. Bee buill tag, Omaha. Q-J FOR 8ALE. several scholarships ln a first class standard school In Omaha, compris ing complete course In business, short hand and typewriting. Inquire at Res otllce Q-&a CORN cribbing, tel. poles, long fir Umbers, cypress fence lath, J-ply whfla basawood. 9i; Douglas. Q-631 ENGINE FOR SALE ' X 4x4 Sturtevant vertical engine, autoraatle engine, cheap. Addroaa Bee Building Co., or see W. 11. Bridges, engineer Bee build ing. O Jii FOR SALE Second-hand walnut counters, cheap. 4 South 15th at. Q Mo9 26 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR RALE Cheap, 1 sea-Ins; machines and a f okllng bed. Phone 4379. Q Stll 26x THOROUGHBRED Rarred Plymouth Rot k fgHS for hatching, mated for either lljrht or dark birriK. $J.50 for fifteen eggs straight. Davis, 4-10 Ames ave. Q-210 2X FISHEL'S Strain White Plymouth Rock Eullets; alao Barred Rock Cockerels. 4T.40 Irsklne st. Q-M16G 27x FOR SALE A stylish, hlah spider; rubber tired. Mrs. J. 11. Evans, 33d and Far nam. Telephone 1772. P 169 26 TWO fine hand made double carriages; leather tops; special bargains, $100 each. Drummond Carriage Co. Vi 243 26 TWO-room house at 2Sth ave. and Cass; will sell for $25; must le moved at once. N. P. Dodge oc Co., 1614 Farnam st. U-M246 27 FOR SALE, Beaael pups: well bred. R. O. Brenneman, CouncllBluffs. Q 2ti22Gx BUSINESS CHANCES WHEN you want to buy, sell or exchange your property or business quick see J. It Johnson, lU N. V. Life, 't'iione L, 2.-70. ATTORNEYS, everywhere. If you have an account, note or claim of any kind agaliist person, firm or corporation we can set Lie It for you. THE NEW SNOW-CHURCH CO., main flcr N. X. Lite. 'Phone 132. Y-lUi ABBOTT-COWAN CO., 1st Nat. Bk. blrtg., can get you in or out of business. Y oM ATTORNEYS EVEW YWHERE Accounts, notes or claims settled, against person, firm or corporation. The New Church Co., main floor N. Y. Lilt, Omaha. TeL 133. Y M214 IF YOU wish to buy or sell a business or real estate, conault U. & Sales Bureau. 634 and 636 Bee Bldg. Y M4i4 FOR SALE, my meat market, tools and slaughter house tilled, and residence. Ous Konagle, Yutan, Neb. Y M6S8 HOTELS exclusive. Hart. 401 N. Y. Ufa Y-M718 Ml IF YOU want to buy. sell, rent or exebango real estate or buslneas QUICK, see Comp-ton-Watts Co., o35 Paxton block. M379 IF YOU want to buy or sell a hotel, board ing or rooming house, call and get our special plan. BOWEN CO., 703 N. Y. Life building. Y M436 FURNITURE and lease of 22-room hotel, clearing $150 per month, for sale. Will take $1,800 cash It sold at once; no brokers or people without money need apply. X 14, care Bee. Y M8.9 2ox FOR SALE, hardware business ln eastern Neb.; established 20 years: stock, $4,000; annual sales, $17,000; buildings for sale or rent. Address X IS, care Bee. Y-M879 lx FOR SALE, furnished flat, six rooms and bath; good location for renting out rooms; part of the rooms already rented. 2410 N st., 3d floor, So. Omaha, Neb. Y M887 26x FIR8T-CLAS8 meat market for sale; good location, on North 20th st; bargain. Call 2O06 N. 20th st. Y 906 27x GOLD MINES AT GOLD FIELD AND TONOPAH. LET me STAKE YOU IN. Bank references. For particulars address W. V. Caewy. 8J0 Pine St, Boulder, Colo. Y 906 2fix DON'T SPECULATE! INVEST! The Morton system has stood the test of time and is supported by clients far and wide, not one of whom has ever sus tained a single loss, or ever received a semi-monthly dividend of less than 24 per cent. Write for full and Interesting particulars. E. J. Morton & Co., Board of Trade Sta., Chicago. Y 943 26x FOR SALE The man with the cash that wants one of the best locations in Ne braska for hardware stock should Inves tigate the following: Stock, Invoice, $5,000; building and warehouse and three lots, $4,000. Large territory and excellent trade. (Real Estate), Box 117. German town, Neb. Y 942 26x WANTED To give you an Income for life from oil and cattle, secured by real es tate. Write for particulars. Equitable Co-Operatlve Co., 161 Randolph. Chicago. Y 957 26x FOR SALE Up-to-date Job printing plant; net profits over $2,Ouo per year and grow ing; a bargain. Write for particulars. Holmes' Prlntery, Muscatine. la. Y-962 26x U. 8. SALES BUREAU, 634 and 636 Bee Bldg. Cigar store ln city; must lie sold this week, $1,750. Cigar and pool room, ln good location, doing profitable business. Only $750. Rooming house In central location, good patronage. $560, $760 and $850. A general merchandise stock, no old stock, in Iowa town, at 76c on dollar. General merchandise stock in good Ne braska town of 1,200 at 70c on dollar. Grocery ln western Iowa town, 1,600 popu lation, owner has other business, .cheap rent, best location. Price, $3,000. Hardware stock of $600, good location, Iowa town; can be stocked up; owner not hardware man. Grocery stock In eastern Nebraska town of 4.000; will take $1,500 cash. General merchandise ln Iowa town on C. & N. W. Ry.; 85c on dollar; part time. General store in one of the best trading points in Nebraska; Invoice $27,0u0, at 80o on dollar, or will exchange for good farm. Hardware, harness and Implement busi ness In live town, western Iowa, old es tablished business. Price, $5,000. Two meat markets In Nebraska towns. Will sell cheap If taken at once. Our list of hotels and rooming houses Is complete and will Interest you. U. 8. BALES BUREAU, 634 and 636 Bee Bldg. Y-202 28 MONEY! MONEY! All our clients are making every week, every month and every year; accounts can be withdrawn on demand: our small as well as large customers benefit equally; we make no distinction; mercantile and financial references. Booklet mailed upon request. Leslie, Morris & Co., Inc., The Bourse, Philadelphia. Pa. Y 106 26x FREE Six months, a mining paper worth reading; It shows how to make money; write for It. North American Miner. 34 Broadway, New York. Y 108 26x DOCTOR'S PRACTICE for sale; special advertising; most up-to-date vibratory, X ray and electrical equipment In the state; will teach system to purchaser; no oppo sition; annual Income $6,000. Address Box 224, Lincoln, Neb. Y 112 26x IF YOU are In the market for an Omaha hardware buslness-we say business one of genuine merit, long established, paying now; one that's made ita owner independ ent, I have It. Will sell right and take In deal some good real eatHta or small farm near Omaha; no agents. Address Box 796, Omaha. Y-M229 28 I CAN sell any goods of merit. Paintings, antique funnJture, carvings, china, silver ware, needlework. Will convert your goods Into cash without removal until sold. Bend description and lowest cash price, if you wish to buy. state article. H. A. Gripp, German Artist, Colorado Building. Washington, D. C. Y 214 26x FOR SALE A clean atock of general mer chandise, less than three years old. In a live northeastern Nebraska town. Fine trade, splendid location. U will bear In vestigation. Address X 29, Bee. Y M216 28 RIBBON and metal badges for lodges, con ventions or souvenirs. Omaha Puraphtfnalut House, Dept. P.. 415 st. 16th st. Q-127 26 SODA FOUNTAINS, large stock, second hand, slightly ehop worn; good as new for use; low price, easy terms; catalogue free. Robert M. Orecn A Bona. 1415 Vino Street. Philadelphia. I'a. Q 117 Wx BCOTCII COl.I.IU Full pedigree; 1 year old: cattle broke; fine Uog; sable and white; attached to .children; aril quick, tU. i 0. Bo $1, Besmer, Neb. q M nx DO you want to go Into business T A wom an's business for women. We sell our corsets in shops established bv ourselves. Write us for partlctiisrs. Bylph Form Y 226 i Corset Co., Detroit, Mich. 26x GOOD drug stock for sale, county seat, Neb., at a very low price $4.-00 or less. Address X 81, Omaha Bee. Y-250 27x STOCK of millinery for sale. Invoices $7P0 to $900. Owner deairea to retire from business and will sell at a bargain. Splen did opening. Address Box 736, Harlan, la. Y-263 26x WB WANT good, live, up-to-date men to co-operate with In selling real estate: previous experience Is not absolutely neceasary. If you have tact, good ap pearance and can present a proposition and not afraid to work, we ran establish you In a business that will make you Independent. We now have a bona ftde town alia propositkm one recommended by five vonaervatlve disinterested banks one that will enhance In value many tlmea durlna the next few months one where people will want to Invest, whether they go or not one inn you can isku to your beat friends. We require no capi tal, but send references. Dsvls-Ellon Realty r;o., ona reuows mag., m. iiiis. Ml. y-lW.H CORRESPONDENCE courts In advertis ing (or sale cheap; standard rouree: cost me $30; as have no further need for it will sell for almost nothing. A. "?. If., $630 Monro Ave., Chicago. Y-f2 tsa BUSINESS CHANCES On account of the rapid growth and the volume of our business we arc com pelled to remove from 304 Firtt National Bank, our old location, to tbe Neville block, 16th and llarney fc?ts., where we will occupy EIOI1T UOOMS on the second floor. The Abbott-Cowan Co. Real Estats and Business Chances. Y- WOULD you Invest $100 (cash or monthly payments) where there Is an opportunity to make $500 to tl.OtPO? Others are doing It. Why not you? Full particulars mailed free. Send for same today. Spears Amer ican Exchange, 171 Broadway, New York. Y 999 2iix MONEY GROWS at the rate of 2 to 6 per cent every week by our proven Privilege System. No Iocs ever made. Safest Investment for large or small amounts. Write for our prospec tus and full particulars. The Cincinnati Privilege Selling Co., Mitchell Bldg.. Cin cinnati, O. Y-9t4 26X CASH for your, real estate or business no matter where located. If you desire a quick sale send us description and price. Northwestern Business Agency, D 312, Bank of Commerce Building, Minneapolis, Minn. Y- FOR SALE Meat market, ln good Iowa town, clearing $1,500 per year; good rea son for selling. Baker Wilson, Mc Clelland, la. Y-a YOU can never profit by business chances unless you hnve some money: small sav ings are the foundation of large fortunes; start a savings accounts with J. L. Brar.dels A Sons, Bankers, 16th and Douglas Sts. Assets over $400,000.00. Y FOR SALE Hotel Belle Fourche. only hotel In city: popular, well patronized; reason for selling, lack of time to give property attention. Address Roberts & Raltx. Belle Fourche, South Dakota Y 918 2x WANTED, reliable party to lease furnished restaurant ana rooming nouse; nine xur ntshed rooms; restaurant fixtures and furniture In rooms will be leased with building. Good location and part of rent taken ln meals. Available March 1. B 440, W. 8th Street. Fremont. Neb. Y-915 26x AN EXCEPTIONAL opportunity for man witn small capital to act as our man ager In protected business; big profits to right man. Address Alden, 7 Doane St., Boston. Y 111 26x "HOW THEY GOT RICH" Is the title of our book, which tells how $2 Invested weekly in New York real estate can make thousands; sent free. Dept. R, The Westminster Heights Co., 277 Broad way, New York. Y 996 2X FREE Our new booklet containing 24 beau tiful photographs or rnmous, producing Tonopah and Goldfleld Mines, with full In formation. All mining stocks bought and cld. Irving K. Farrington & Co.. Mem ber Wall St. Mining and Stock Exchange, 15 Wall Street. New York. Y 100 26x Sholes-Armstrong Company 722 N. Y. Life Bid. Tel. 49. 40-room hotel county seat town, N. E. Neb.; food furniture, very favorable lease. Tice $2,000. Meat market In Neb. town; buildings, fix tures, etc. price J0. Feed business In Neb. town, includes mill, real estate, etc. Price $4,000. Grocery best and cheapest place In Omaha. trice ii.Duu, . i no m AN OPPORTUNITY-I cleared $200 in two weeks by a little mall order plan. Small expense, spare time evenings; will send full plan for 26 cents. Address W. C. M., Lock Box 1061, Jollet, III. Y 372 26x SEND for free book, facts and figures, ex plaining option training in wheat; ijo.oo margins 1,000 bushela 2 cents. Onhorn Grain Co., Minneapolis, Minn. Y 979 26x WANTED People to represent us; office position; no canvassing; to xu.uuo annually easily made. M. E. Bayles & Co.. mining snd Investment brokers, Soo, Mich. .. Y-982 26X STOCK WILL SOON ADVANCE BUY NOW! CONSTANT OIL CO. STOCK BIG WELL JUST COME IN READ AD ON PAGE 17. Y 239 26 FOR RENT STORES & OFFICES WB have vacant a particularly desirable small office, which rents for $10.00 per month. Price includes heat, light, water and janitor service. It is located on the fourth floor of The Bee Building and !s just the thing for anyone wanting a nice little office In the best office building ln town. R. C. Peters & Co.. Rental Agents, Ground Floor, Bee Building. 1771 $-STORY and basement brick building, 1001 iroOTtam 99t100 hvdriil(n l.v. try i i . able for wholesale or manufacturing. 314 First National bank building. 1606 V. 8. NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. Single or en suite; cars to any pert of the city within one diock; Dunning situated just between the wholesale and retail districts. Strictly modern. CHAS. E. WILLIAMSON CO., Ground Floor of U. 8. Nat. Bank Bldg. 1 JKd 26 IF you apply at once we can give any one desiring a large office apaco, almost any arrangement they desire. This space Is on the sixth floor of The Bee building, with north llnht. R. C. Peters & Co., Rental Agents, Ground Floor Bes Bldg. 1772 OFFICES In the Neville block for rent; elevator, janitor service and steam heat; lightest offices in the city. Cor. 16th and Harney. l-2 F28 ROOM fronting on 16th st. Main floor of Board of Trade Bldg. $75 per month. George & Co., 1601 Farnam St. 1-761 26 STORM ROOM at 1105 Farnam $G0 GARVIN BROS., 1604 FARNAM. 1-827 26 FOR RENT, corner store, 27th and St. Mary's ave.: grocery Just moving; $16 per month. N. P. Dodge fc Co.. 1614 Far nam. I-M&45 2S PATENTS PATENT GUARANTEED PATENTS . SECURED OR FEE RE TURNED. Send model or sketch for free opinion aa to patentability. Hend for Illus trated Guide Book. Contains loo mechan ical movements and LlbT OF INVEN TIONS WANTED. TELIJ4HOW TO OB TAIN AND HELL PATENTS, etc. PAT ENTS advertised for sale at our expense. EVANS. WILKBNS ft CO.. Reg. Tatem Attorneys, 615 F street, Washington, D. C. H. A. BTl'ROIES. registered attorney: pat . enta, trade marks, copyrights, no tea ua ' less successful. 617 N. Y. Life, Omaha. 5S1 DATCIMK SECURED OR NO FEQ r A 1 fcN I O ADVICE FREE. American Engineering Co.. registered at torneys, tow Bee bldg., Omaha, KM-M24 INVENTORS Befors you spend money for a patent, have an examination made to discover If your Invention Is new. These examinations cost $2. Address Sues A Co.. Attorneys, Washington, D. C. or Oma ha, Net. 157 TREES. SHRUBS, ETC- A COMPLETE line of fruit, shade, orna mental tieea. vines, sbruhs, roees, etc. Address; Omaha Nursery, PapUUonNeb. SECRET SOCIETY NOTICES Masonic Temple, ?A t or. 18h A: lanllnl Ave. NEBRASKA NO. 1. A. F. AND A. M Reg tilar business meeting Tuesday evening, March 7. at 7:30 o'clock. CHARLES L. SHOOK, Master. W. C. M LEAN, Secretary. BELLEVUE CHAPTER NO. 7. R. A. M -Speclal meeting Wednesday evening. March 1. 7:$0 o'clock, for work ln Royal Arch degree. A. T. AYER. Secretary. VESTA CHAPTER NO. 6. O. E. 8 Regu lar meeting Saturday evening, March 4, 1.30. Visitors welcome. WINIFRED WALLACE, Sec. KMGIITS OF PYTHIAS. NEBRASKA NO. 1. K. OF P. Regular meeting Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock in Myrtle hall, loth and Douglas sts. Visi tors welcome. A. B. ANDERSON, C. C. ROY A. DODGE. K. R. and 8. TRIANGLE LODGE NO. 54-Meets every Thursday evening at castio hall. 22d and Cuming. Visitors always welcome. D. B. BTINE, C. C. J. R. ST1NE, K. R. and 8. TRIUNE LODGE NO. 60. K. OF P. Meets every Tuesday night at southwest corner 14th and Dodge. Visitors welcome. A. H. RAW1TZER. C. C. J. C. BREWINGTON. K. R. & 8. ROYAL ARCA31M. UNION PACIFIC COUNCIL NO. 10S9 Meeta second and fourth Mondays each month at Arcanum hall, northwest corner loth and Harney. Visitors Welcome. N. F. REKFORD, Regent PIONEER COUNCIL NO. 118 Meets In teg ular session second and fourth Tueol-iys In each month ln Continental block, 15th and Douglas. Visitors invited. O. C. THOMPSON, Secretary, FOR EXCHANGE 320 ACRES, all Improvements, located In Fremont Co., la., JilS.lO an acre. Will ex change equity, $11.iO, for good farm. U. a SALES BUREAU. 634 and 636 Bee Bldg. Z-206 26 FOR EXCHANGE $9,750 Farm, well Improved, near Omaha; will trade for nice Omaha home. $2,20040 acres near Logan, la.; will trade for acre property near Omaha. $5,800 Ice business; livery barn and dwelling; will exchange for farm of equal value. COMPTON-WATTS CO. 535 Paxton Blk. Z-146 96 ONE of the choicest 300-acre farms In Iowa.; Improvements the very best; will exchange for good eastern Iowa or north ern Missouri land. Price, $80.00 an acre. U. 8. SALES BUREAU, 634 and 636 Bee Bldg. Z 206 26 IF YOU do not find what you want ln this column put an ad ln and you will soon get It. Z 963 150 ACRES in Atchison Co., Mo., to ex change lor general merchandise. U. B. SALES BUREAU, 634 and 636 Bee Bldg. Z 203 26 . WILL trade 249 acres ln Chase county; good solid soil, can be cultivated; la now used for pasture; good grass land; will exchange for Omaha property clear of encumbrance. Address X 21, Bee. Z-M898 27 $6,000 equity In good improved farm, 180 acres near Woodbine, Iowa, to exchange for stock of merchandise. U. 8. SALES BUREAU, 634 and 636 Bee Bldg. Z-204 26 THREE sections of good farm land, best of soil, plenty of moisture, lots of good tim ber, 60 miles west of Duluth, Minnesota, $10 per acre; would exchange for Omaha property. X 87, care Bee. Z 192 26 I HAVE several eastern Nebraska farms for which I can take part In trade, such as stocks of merchandise, good income property or dwellings. If you have any thing ln in this line that you want to dispose of and get a good farm, for fur ther particulars write to J. r. f alter, Plattsmouth, Neb. Z M921.26 WANTED TO BUY SHONPELD. the ANTIQUARIAN, $22 N. Y. Life, pays highest price for books. Tel. 3036. N-661 SQUARE PIANO In good condition. 1611 Farnam. N-M280 BUY Landeen's antiseptlo hair tonto. N--M991 M6x TYPEWRITER, standard make, cheap. P 1, care Bee. N-820 28 WANTED To buy 80 feet of counter. Ad dress H. B. Boyles, Boyles College. Tel. 1984. N MS37 WANTED To buy, 60 2d-hand typewriters. Nebraska Cycle Co., 15th and Harney Stn. N-Mkk 25 WE have a cash purchaser for 10 to 40 acres Improved, or with trees where Im- Brovements can be made, adjoining maha, Florence or Blair. Fitzgerald-Dermody Co. Tel. 6108. 836 N. Y. Ufe Bldg. N 196 26 PRINTING PRINTING HIGH-GRADE WORK. fwiVVcl-i-.rN Crounso Block, Comer of LYNGSTAD 16th St. and Capita Ave. 54 KRAMER & CHANDLER, QUICK PRINTERS, 1106-68 Douglas St. To de liver work when promised la our hobby. U4 THE Nebraska Printing Co.; everything new und up-to-date; prompt attention given to all orders. 113 8. 14ih, 2d floor. Thone 6S.S0. -M677 YOU will lose money If you don't let us figure Non your printing. Tel. 3831. Great Western Printing Co.. 1618 Chicngo. MT02 F28 DANCING ACADEMY CHAMBERS, society and stage: new classes now forming-. 'Phone F-1871. . 627 MORAND'S spring term will open for adult beginners on Tuesday, February 28, st R p. m. Two dollars less than regular price If you Join on opening night Chil dren, Saturday 3 p. m. This term. $5. Private easonsdHlly. TvLHX. 714 M10 OSTEOPATHY Johnson Institute. 515 N.Y.Llfe bldg. Tel.1664 su MRS. JOHN R. MUSICK, Osteopathy Phy sician; office. Neville block. Tel. i28. 614 Huntington & Stratton, 833 N. Y. Life. FLORISTS HESS & 8WOBODA, 1116 Farnam. 661 L. HENDERSON, 1519 Farnsm. Tel. 1268. -668 ALFRED DONAGHUE. JR., 1607 Farnam. Tel. 333$. LAW AND COLLECTIONS JOHN M. MACFARLAND, New York Life Bldg.. rooms 304 and 819. Tel. 1552. -66 O. T. VOORHEES. bonded. Our system collects. Claims against corporations so licited. 817 N. Y. Ufe. -MK2t TYPEWRITERS OMAHA TYPEWRITER EXCHANOE Liensmores. Buy und soil any typewriter. Your prlcea Expert repairing. 1012 N. Y. Ufe. Tel. 4916. r"71 CONDITION OFOMlflA'SIRADE Warmer Weather Greatly Stimulated the Demand for Seasonable Linea, HOUSE TRADE WITH JOBBERS HEAVY ladlcatloas FaTorable for Higher Prices ou Sagrar aad Several Other Liars of Groceries. There was a lively demand last week for seasonable goods throughout the ter ritory tributary to Omaha. Country roads are, of ooutne, in rather bad condition and probably will be lor some time, but In spite of that fact merchants have been doing a nice business, and they expect a good brisk trade from now on. With Omaha Jobbers business wan also rushing and. In fact, some of the wholesalers stated that they never had a better house trade than they experienced last week. This is accounted for by the fact that the cold weather has been keeping buyers at home and as a result there was a iMg rush last week. They bought freely. In anticipation of an enormous spring demand, and dis played considerable anxiety to have the goods shipped at once. There Is no mis taking the fact that the general opinion la that conditions In this section of the coun try are the most promising they have ever Iteen, so that much confidence Is fell in future business. Traveling men for local Jobbers also did an enormous business on the road. Mer chants now realise that the time Is at hand when they must have their spring and summer lines on sale and consequently they are very willing to place their orders. Salesmen carrying fall gooda also did a nice business, so that trude In all depart ments may be said to be In very satisfac tory condition. 1 ne markets on practically all lines are also In a good healthy condition, which is another reason why merchants are willing to buy freely. Everything at the present time seems to point to strong prlcea for some time to come, as both the home and foreign demand is of such proportions that there seems to be no reason for making any reductions. On the contrary, there are many reasons why prices should rule higher. Sagar May Advance. Wholesale grocers report the demand for their line of goods as being heavier last week than for some time past. With season able weather from now on they confidently expect a lively trade. The market on most lines is strong and In some cases consider ably higher prices are being predicted. This is the case wtth sugar, which is now In a very strong statistical position. Raws are quoted 3-16 of a cent higher titan they were a woek ago and while no change has as yet taken placo ln this market on re fined, it Is thought that an advance will take place ln the very near future. local Jobbers say that refiners would be Justified In advancing prices, baaed on the present cost of raws. Some of the larger New York operators are of the opinion that the market wilt advance '4 cent and possibly Vi cent In the next sixty days. The colfee market continued irregular last week, there being a decline In options the early part Of the week amounting to about 80 points. On Friday, however, the mar ket closed with an advance of about 10 points. The cause of the decline was a cable from Rio to the effect that the Santos crop would run from 260.000 to B'io.oco bags more than previous estimates. While this was only a rumor, It nevertheless had Its effect upon the market. It is claimed, however, that the largest New York hold ers were very libertl buyers at the de cline, showing their confidence in the future of the market. Fancy Otcober made cheese has advanced hihka and stocks in first hands are rap idly decreasing, as the demand is much greater than usual at this season of the year. Still hiaher prices are being pre dicted, as It is claimed that there is not enough stock to last until the new grass cheese arrives on the market in May. Winter made goods can be bought for less money, but it is claimed that there Is lit tle demand In thin market for that grade. The market on rolled oats Is considerably stronger than it waa a week ago. The ad vance amounts to 2030c per barrel on bulk gooda and to lOfrlftc per case on five- LEGAL NOTICE!. NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEET ING. Notice Is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the South Platte Land Co. will be held at the office Of said company In Lincoln, Ne hrankft. at 11 o'clock a. m.. en the 1st dav of March, A. D., 1906. By order of the Board of Directors. C. H. MORRILL, President A. B. MINOR. Secretary. Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 30, 1908. JJ1 d30t NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. The regular annual meeting of stockhold ers In The Bee Publishing company will be held on Monday, March 6. 1806. at 4 o'clock p. m. In the office of the Bee Building, cor ner 17th and Farnam street By order of the president. GEORGE B. TZSCHUCK. Sec'y. F16 diot m&e RAILWAY TIME CARD I'NIOX STATION TEJ5TH AND MARCY. I'nioa PaelAc. Overland Colorado A Cal. E Cal. & Oreaon Ex North Platte Local Fast Mail , Colorado Special... Beatrice Local , Leave. Limited.. a 40 am ..a 4:10 pm a 4:20 pm a 7.60 am a 8:50 am ..e..a 7:46 am b 4:80 pm Arrlvs. a 8:05 pm a 9:30 am a 5:10 pm a 7:00 pm a 8:20 pm a 7:40 am b 1.30 pm 8:20 am 10:30 pm 2:30 pra a 7:15 am a 7:55 pm 10:80 am a 3:30 pm Wabash. St Louis Express 6:30 pm St. Louis Local (from Council Bluffs) 9:15 am Shenandoah Local (from Council Bluffs 6:45 pm Chicago Great Western. St Paul & Minn a 8:80 pm Bt Paul A Minn a 7:46 am Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm Chicago Express a 6:05 am Chicago, Rock' Island A Pacific EAST. Chicago Limited a 8:65 am Chicago Daylight Local. b 7:00 am Chicago Express bll:15 am Des Moines Express a 4:30 pm Chicago Fast Express, .a 6:40 pm WEST. Rocky Mountain L't'd. .a 7:20 am Lincoln, Den. & West. .a 1:3(1 pm Oklahoma & Tex. Ex. .a 4:16 pm Chluaaro A Northwestern. Local Chicago .... Fust Mall Daylight St. Paul Daylight tlhicago. Limited Chicago... Local Carroll....... fit. Paul Local Sioux C. & St. P..b 4:00 pm f ast Man Chicago Express Norfolk & Bonesleel.. Lincoln A Long Pine.. Casper dr Wyoming... Deadwood A Lincoln. Ilaatlngs-Aluion Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul. Chicago Daylight Ex. ..a 7:56 am all :00 pm Callfornla-oregon &.X Ovurland Limited Des M. A OkoboJI Ex Illinois Central. Chicago Express a 7:28 am Chlcuao Limited a 7:60 pm Minn. & St. Paul Ex..b7:26am Mlnu & St. Paul L't'd.. a 7:50 pm Mlasoorl Pacific. St. Louis Express a 9:30 am a 6:00 sm K. C. A St. L. Ex all: 15 pm a 5:00 pm ...all:30 am ...a. 8:10 pm ...a 7:50 urn ...a 8:00 am ...a 8:26 pra ...a 4:00 pm a 8:16 am ..a 6:60 pm ..a 7:40 am ..b 7:40 am .e 2:50 pm ..a 2 60 pm ..b 2:60 pm a 7:10 am a 9 :65 pm a 6:15 pm bll-Vl am a 2:20 pra a 8:60 pm a 6:05 pm al2:40 pm 3:45 pm 8:30 am 10:00 pm 11 :50 pm 9:16 am 9:30 am 7:05 am a 9:30 am 2:50 pm a 7:30 am 111:35 am 10:36 pm e 6:615 pm 6:16 pm 6:15 pm .a 6:4k pm .a 9 20 pm .a 7:56 am a 810 pm a 7:35 am a 3:10 pm al0:35 pm a 8:16 am bl0:35 pm a 8:05 pm Bl'RLINGTOK STATION tOTH MASON Borllngton. Denver A California... Northwest Expreaa ... Nebraska points Lincoln Fast Mall..... Ft. Crook A Plaltsm th Bellevne & Plattsm'th, Bellevua A Pac. June. Believue A Pac. June. Denver Limited Chicago SpccUl Chjeago Express r. f'hlcago Flyer Iowa Local at I .nn I Exorewa Kansas City A St. Joe.. Kansas City St. Joe.. Kmiibss City A Bt. Joe.. Leave, a 4:10 pm sll lO pm .a 8 50 am b 2 57 pm .b 2:62 pm a 7:50 pm .a 8:30 am .al2:15 pm !a 7:10 am a 4 :00 pm a 8.03 pm a 9:15 am .a. 10 46 pm .. t ic lm m 1 wi. .a 4:26 pin Arrive, a 3:80 pm a 6:08 pm a 1:40 pm al! 05 pm al0:26 am b 8. 32 am a 6:50 am a S M pm a 7:35 am all :(0 pm all 45 am a 6:45 am a 6:05 pm WEBSTER IEPOT-lTH WKBITKR Missouri Pac He. Leave. Arrive. Nebraska Weeping Chicago, Ousts. Twin City fcioux City Local, Water via St. b 4 60 pm til .40 am paol, Minneapolis A pasxenger...b 6 30 sm b 9:10 pm pot'iria package goods. Manufacturers art freclv predicting higher prices and tn claim Is made that price hava been lower for some time past than the eost of pfoduc- tlon- . . 1. .V- The market on nyrur Is In inort 1n same condition an the cereal marVet. Man nfacturern are claiming that they are sell ing certain brandn for less than cost anil that prices will have to be advanced in the very near future. The canned gooda market Is still a little quiet, but there In more demand than i the case In Javi-.ry. Tomatoes are being more firmly held und an advance of 6c over the lowest pol t has taken place. Tha same as has been the case so far this sea son, very little attention In being paid to canned goods for future delivery. The dried fruit market la very strong, ami particularly is that true of peaches and apricots, stocks of both lines not being suf ficient to carry the trade through the sea son with anything like a normal demand. Prunes are a little easier In tone, although stocks are light The tendency of the rlce market ln tip ward and some advances have taken place on the medium and lower grades of Japan. The export demand has been quite good and It Is claimed that that has had con siderable to do with the strength of tha market. Many of the liest posted operators In the south are said to be buying up everything that looks cheap to them, which shows the confidence they have ln future prices. The fish market I also In n very strong position. IoesI Jobbers say that the pres ent price for Holland herring will look: very cheap In a short time, as the market Is sure to advance. Mackerel has alreadr advanced sharply and still higher prices are being predicted The quality of this year's offerings Is said to be exceptionally good. Codrlah la another line which has been advancing rapidly, and especially la that true of the better grades. Big Demand for Dry Gooda. There was a rush of dry goods buyer on the market last week, too equal of which haa seldom If ever been aeen at this point. As was stated a week ago tha cold weather has been keeping buyers at home for some time past and as tha wther was quite moderate last week; those who have been trying to come to market for the laat several weeka ail cam In a bunch last week. Jobrera, thougli, were expecting a rush and as a result they were prepared to look after tha wants of their customers. Not only was there a large nurriber of merchants In the city, but- they were all liberal buyers, showing their confidence in future busi ness. Almost without exception tlicv ex pressed themselves as being well satisfied with the outcome of their winter's trade. There was, of course, not enough cold weather early in the season, but mat was made up for at least In a large measure by the exceptionally cold wewther of tha lust several weeks, so that no more than the usual amount of heavy goods will bo carried over. In regard to spring business merchants see no reason why they should not hnve the best trade thev have ever experienced. Farmers are well fixed with plenty of ready money and with good prospects for the future there seems to be nothing to prevent their spending their money more freely thnn usual. The dry goods market Is ln a good, healthy condition. In speaking of the cot ton goods market a local jobber said Hint It looked to'htm as though the bottom of the market had been reached. There Is no surplus stock In the hands of manufactur ers and In fact many staple lines are hnrd to oblaln. The demand both at home and from abroad Is very liberal and conse quently there seems to be no reason for making reductions ln prices. In woolen goods the high price at which the 1(5 clip of wool has been contracted would scm to prevent anv weakness In that line for some time to come. At present the market la In a very strong position. Tak ing everything Into consideration, there appears to be no cause for fearing any price reductions In either cotton or woolen goods for many months to come. Hardware Active and Steady. The demand for hardware last week was also much heavier than for several weeks past. All lines of i-easonable goods, such as wire cloth, screen doors, poultry netting, steel goods, refrigerators and all such lines, nave been moving out very freely and Job bers in many cases have, had to work their men overtime in order o meet the require ments of their customers. There Is also a very heavy demand for builders' hard ware, an there Is to be an unusual amount of building this spring in practically all sections tributary to this market. There have been no price changes In hardware worthy of mention since last report. The market, though, may be said to be ln a good strong position, the Sam as it has been for some time past, and tha tendency of prices is upward, rather than otherwise. Robber Goods Sell Well. The mud and slush caused by the melting . Snow has created an enormous demand for ; rubber footwear, both boots and Bandals.' Ae a result merchants have made a big hole In their stocks and Jobbers are al ready receiving a large number of filling In ordera. The way It looks now. the de mand will be very heavy for some time, as there Is bound to be a good deal of mud this spring. Orders for next fall goods are also com ing In freely, as the advance previously" announced has stirred merchants up, and traveling salesmen have little trouble In getting an order whenever they can find a merchant who has not already bought. There has also been a much better de mand for leather goods than for many weeks pat. According to advices from tha country, retailers have been doing a rush ing business, and those who have not com- fileted their spring purchases are now do ng so. The result Is that Jobbers have been receiving a large number of very nlca orders and it is now safe to say that the amount of goods sold this spring will be considerably heavier than a year ago. OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET. Condition of Trale and Quotations on Staple and Fancy Produce. EOOS Candled stock, 24o. LIVE POULTRY Chickens, 10c; staggy and young roosters, 8c; old roosters, bWit .. 6c; turkeys, 15c; geese, HWallc. DRESSED POULTRY Tu: keys. 1713c; ducks, Uo; geese, 11c; chickens, UjjllVic; roosiers. 7(ff8c. BUTTER Packing stock, 2&?f22c; choice to fancy dairy, 27G28C; creamery, 27(330oj prints, 81e. ... FRESH FROZEN FISII-Trout, 9c: pick erel. 8c; pike, 9c; perch, 7c; blueflsh, 12c; whlteflsh, 9c; sulmon, 13c; redsnapper, Ho; lobster (green), e; lobster (boiled), 33c; bullheads. 11c; catfish. 14c: black bass, Joe; halibut, 12c; crapples. 12o; buffaio, 7c; white bass. 11c; frog Itgs. per dox., tic. BRAN Per ton, $17.00. , , , HAY Prices quoted by omaha Wholesale Hav Dealers' association: Choice No. I up land, $6 50; No. 2 S.0: medium. $5.oO; coarse, 16.00. Rye straw, 83.C0. These pricsa are for hnv of good color and quality. OYSTERS New York counts, per can, 4So; extra selects, per can. 36c; standards, per enn, 30c. Bulk: Standards, per gal., h.75; extra selects, per gal., $2.00; New York counts, per ga!., $2.(K , TROPICAL FRUITS. ORANGES California, extra fancy Bed lund navels, all siz. $2 50; fancy navels.. $2.; choloe navels, all sizes, $2,011. LEMONS Calif "Tis. fnnry. $3.70; SOW and 860. $3 25; choice. 270, 0, ."W0, $3.00. , DATES Per box of 30-lb. pkgs.. $200; Hallowee. In 70-lb. boxes, per lb., 4Wjoc. FIOS California, per JO-ib. carton, 76ffl 86c; imported Smyrna, 4-crown, 10c; 5 and -crown, 12c; fancy. Imported (washed), la) 1-lb. pkgs., W18C BANANAS Per medium-sized bunch, $1.75 26; Juml.s. $2.5;3.fl0. .. liHArtr nun trr pox ui u vu m, wv.ww 7.00. FRUITS. Oakland Local b pro b 1:10 am A dally, b daily except Sunday, d dally except Saturday. dally except Monday. APPLES New iora Kings, $3 25; New York Greenings, $3 00; New York Baldwins, fl.00; Colorado Winesaps. per bu. box, $1.50; Mpplns. $1.50. UK A pes Imported Malagas, per keg, $6.5O&J7.00. i TANUERINES California, per H box, I2.W. CRANBERRIES Wisconsin Bell and Fu gle, per bhi., $8.00; Jerceys. per bbl., $8.00; per box, $2.75. VEGETABLES. POTATOES Home grown, In sacks, per' bu , 4c; Colorado, per bu.. 60c. TURNIPS old. per bu.. 40c; Canada rut abagas, per lb., lc; new. per dos., 43e. CARROTS-Old. per bu., 40c; new, per 'PARSNIPS Old, per bu.. 40c. BEETS Old, per bu., 60c; new, per do., 45c. BEANS Navy. P" hu., SI. 8531.90-. ONIONS Home grown, red. In sacks, per lb., 2c; BpanUb, per crate. $2.50; Colorado yellow, per lb., Ic; new, southern, per doz., 45c. CUCUMBERS Per dos, $1.76.00. TOMATOES Florida, per S-basket crate, 4.ftfV.00. CABBAGE Holland seed, per lb., le. SWEET POTATOES Kansas kiln dried, per bbl . $2.60. CELKRY-Callfornla, 4i75o. KADIRHES Hot house, per dos., 46c. LETTUCE Per box of about fifteen heads. (iOc. Bin BA Rn per dos. ouncnes, 7r.cyu.uu. PARSLEY I'er dot. bunches, 7bc. MIHrELLANEOUS. 8AUERKHAUT Wisconsin, per keg., $2 25. CIDER New York, per bbl.. $5 50: r half Hl.. 83.36. CHEESE Wisconsin twins, full ereai Swiss, new. 15c; old, 10tl7c; Wisconsin brvk. Ita; Wiaronsln llmburger. 14c. tTTriL'B V.. 1 ..... r. " f V a 1 vr,n &, No. 1 salted, I'.o; No. 3 salted, THc; N. 1 veal calf, 9c; No. 1 veal calf, 7c; dry saltnd, 'Ul4-; sheep pelts, Stcjjll.00; horo itKtas $l6v&i00.