11 IK BF,K: OMAHA, MONDAY. MAY 1f. 1010.
CITY l'ROI'KRI V KUH ALB
TWO HOCSKS, modern except furnace;
one rooms, the other 4 rooms; nice lawn",
isige shade trees, large cistern; $J,X). 1727
touth 10th St.
have no hesitancy In suggesting, even
rglng, not only the consideration of RAL
HON, hut the removal of your Industry
o this thriving uliurh of Omaha. Permit
i.h to "shoo you" RALSTON. Its many ad
tantages will atlrart and convince you In
'ike manner an they have appealed to the
lour big planta already located.
Uelow we enumerate some of the advan
tages found at RALSTON:
Kree slfe and trackage.
Ample, shipping facilities by-direct rail
fad connection with all loads entering
Omaha (Mo. river) freight rates.
Within Omaha switching district.
Electric power and light at reasonable
Exemption from city taxes.
Iltautlful residence section within walk
ing distance of every factory.
Rapid transit between Xtalston and the
More about RALSTON for the asking.
RALSTON TOWNSITE CO..
lieni Office 309 So. 17th St., Omaha, Neb.
2oX 1 1
Near 1Mb and Howard
Sts., with 6-room
collage. Just right for a
small store hldg.
sj'i south 18th, "-room house renting for
$.:5. fine location for a small apartment
house, one block from Pally News Hldg.
and Y. W. C. A.
Near 20lh and Douglas. Mouse will rent
fur $900 per year, paying a fair Interest
on the Investment until the business dis
trict reaches It. Thla is your opportunity
o make a fortune.
On Farnam St.. fine brick hldg. renting
for $1,Sn0 per year. Cheapest Improved
piece on the street.
One hlork from new W. O. W. Bldg., one
lind one-half blocks from 18th and Harney.
'VIM double In value soon. A location like
Ihis will SOON BR BEYOND your reach.
PEE US FOR INVESTMENTS.
HASTINGS ft HEYDEN, .
1814 Harney St.
Large 9-roomed. strictly modern and In
good repair; 2613 Pierce St.; large barn,
ood shed, 60-barrel cistern; lot 68x160 feet.
Only two block3 from car.
V. FARNAM SMITH & CO.,
1320 Farnam St.
Tel. Doug. 1064; lnd. A-1064.
5, 10, 20, or 40
Will take you out any time today and
show you theae choice acre tracts located
24 mllea north of Florence, close to the
macadam road, If you will call up tele
phone No. Web. 621 or Web. 2061. It Is
ery seldom you get an opportunity to buy
land in small tracts so close to Omaha, on
teims of one-tenth cash, balance 1, 2, or
3 years. This is all good land and will
purely be worth a good deal more in a short
HASTINGS & HEYDEN.
1614 Harney St.
PRAIRIE PARK "f 8.
artistic and unl
form collection of homes; terms easy; street
paved and parked. Paxton Heal Estate Co..
T-TtOOM HOUSE Gas. water, toilet, good
ement cellar, east front, on car line; lot
40x110. Price, $1,400 cash; $165 due on pav
ing. 2424 N. 27th Ave.
DESIRABLE rent bouses and choice lots
In Nebraska City. For particulars address
Y 366. Bee
6-ROOM, NEW. MODERN, $2,500.
Good size lot, south part of town; owner
liaid up; chance to get bargain.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO..
Suite iU N. Y. Life bldg; Red 1W.
r.lltM AND RANCH LAND FOR SAI.B
You are entitletl to o'JO- acres
of this good land.
Products which may be raised on theae
lands embrace everything except tropic
One man who-tias twelve acres of orchai d
here sold a season's crop for $9,000.
One old tree In this section produced 1.500
pounds of apples In a year, for which three
cents a pound was received.
Cherries are also heavy producers and
find a ready market.
These lands are near Los AiiKeles, clos
lii railroad station; good well water; plenty
)ter for Irrigation..
STW Xuiiher Information call on or address
A BARGAIN Farm of 113 SO-100 acres of
good sandy loam land. 40 acres of orchard
in of mile of railroad station. Situated
In Solano County, California; good well
of water, with farming Implements. Price
$.000. Address Box 641. Dixon. Cal.
RIVERSIDE. Alberta's finest stock fsrm
of 1 000 acres. Is for sale at a snap. For
particulars of this and other farm lands
write to the owner, W. J. McNamara,
Wesasklwin. Alberta. Canada.
BEST orchard and farm land In Arkan
sas valley close to railroad and market for
116 per acre cash. Water rights for same
at $711 per acre in-twenty equal annual pay
ments. This land is going fast and will
double Its value In a vary short time.
Write W. R. Stover, care of Elks club.
Pueblo. Colo. .
FOR SALE 40 acres. $120; terms. $r, down
fi monlhb ; good tin bried land. In bl
fruit ttlt of s"uihern Missouri; clear, per-Cacl'tlll.-
W. B. Williams. Ml. Vernon, 111
f AHH AM) MAX II I.AM) Ktlll SAI.K
Would ou Invest In a 6, 10. 20 or 40-acre
fruit, vegetable, poultry, pecan or truck
farm in Florida's best agricultural district.
If ton could get It for 17.60 per acre under
market price? We are Just opening new
tract In Columbia county, and while con
structing the campaign will sell a few
tracts on cash or easy payments of 15 per
month. We have Just Issued a beautiful
ill-pane book, showing pictures of fields and
dwellings In our locality, all In artistic col
ors. We will mall ou this book free and
send you such other advertising matter as
will give you a good Idea of our proposi
tion. Our land Is convenient to three rail
roads ami we have Uk City, a modern
county scat of . 0 people, In our midst.
People w ho know Florida consider our tract
one of the very best. It Is Indorsed by
bankers, congressmen, farmers and the
Hoard of Trade. Prices very low; easy
buying plan. Write for maps and book giv
ing truthful description. Columbia-Florida
1-and Co., 449 Times Hldg., Hi. Louis. Mo.
FOR PA Mi-Montana land; 5.22 acres., six
miles from l.avlna and six miles from
Hroadvlew, and one mile from the atate ex
perimental station; Si per cent-tillable; will
sell for 114.60 per acre. W. O. Bock, New
IS ACRES fl.lHO.
About one mile from street car line.
Council lllutfs. about one-half good garden
and fruit land, balance pasture, excellent
load to city, nice building site on east end
of place, protected on north and west by
hills, no buildings. This Is a cheap place,
$250 cash will handle it. -
H. (J. M'GEE REAL ESTATE CO.
14 Pearl St., Council Hltiffg.
IOWA LANDS, HOWARD COUNTY,
320 acres within a mile of station, 54
miles fiom county seat, a very well Im
proved half and good land, price, $75 per
acre, easy terms.
320 acres, tour miles from a good town,
all good land, fine grove, fine buildings,
splendid wattr. good black loam witn
clay sub-soil. Price, H0 per acre.
210 acres; very fine farm, good Improve
ments, good rove, good orchard, price
$Wt per acre.
240 acres, one mile from station, some
smull Improvements, good land, a snap
at $50 per acre.
For further information, write,
ED. M. HUNT.
Fourth and Pierce Sts. S.oux City, la.
Thomas county. Kansas, lands at $15 to
$25 an acre; the greatest bargains In the
United States for grain raising.
For an immediate sale, lw acres, 24
miles from Wallace, Kan.; 160 acres fine,
level land, good, hlack loam soil; only 15
feet to water; no Improvements; no In
cumbrance; perfect title. Price, 11,700.
320 acres in Thomas county, Kansas, only
one mile from Mingo; so acres la cultiva
tion: all tillable. Price, Jii.OUO.
80 acres A No. 1 land in Graham county.
160 acres In sec. 28, T. 6, R. 31. Rawlins
county, Kansas, $9 per acre; good te.ms;
no Incumbrance; title perfect.
LATHROP & TOB1N, 421 Bee Bldg".
SARPY COUNTY FARM
$75.00 PER ACRE
(JOOD FARM AND EXCEED
INGLY GOOD IMPROVE
MENTS 122V-acre, well Improved Sarpy county
farm tor sale. Best bargain in Sarpy
county for the mone;-. Situated within 25
miles of South Omaha market, within 2l
miles of town with grain elevator and
within Mi mile of school.
The Improvements are good, they alone
being worth a few thousand dollars, con
sisting of good s-room house, good founda
tion and cellar, good, well built barn, 2tix
34, 16-toot studding, room for 14 head,
besides hay loft for 10 tons; two corn cribs,
12x30; granary, ?6xl4; good chicken house,
good new windmill, with tanks, and other
sheds too numerous to mention; 6 acres
of hog pasture, Hi acres timothy and Clover.
All of farm can be cultivated and la In
This is a home-like looking place. Good
fruit crchard. large variety, o rows of
grapes, evergreens, telephone, etc. Just
enough good timber to lone the place up.
Why go west when you can get good Im
proved farms with good soli like this for
this money at the very door of a good
live Block and gidin market. Price, $75 per
acre; $4,000 or cash by March 1: bal
ance long time. Let ine show you. 1 have
a large list of farm properties, but this
is by far the best tor the money.
I do not like to advertise a farm this
time of year, but cannot keep this. Bring
your wife along to see it and your check
book, so you can bind the bargain.
OR1N S. MERRILL, Agent,
2412 N St., South Omaha.
BUSHELS WHEAT LAND,
$25 PER ACRE.
We own and control 25,000 acres of Chey
enne county, Nebraska's choicest farm
land, now on the market. The heaviest
crop-yielding county in Nebraska for ten
years; alfalta also a leading crop; ask for
folders and full particulars; agents wanted
everywhere; write. f.r our proposition at
once. Railroad fares refunded If things
not as represented. Fundingsland & Sever
son. Sidney, Neb.
2,520 ACRES, complete ranch; dipping
vat, dehorning chute; all buildings in good
shape. Owner making good money; family
wants to move to city. Price. $iK,000. Might
take some clear city property as part pay
ment. NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Bed 1999.
$4,000 will buy Vi section of land 2 miles
south of Benkelrnan. county seat of Dundy;
good soil, level road and close to water.
Box 2t2, Albion. Neb. Owner.
$7.00 Per Acre
In central Nebraska, about one-
cultivation land, balance pas
miles from railroad.
f. . HO A li3.
COUNCIL BLUFFS. IA.
Hillcrest, ItX) acres. $5,200; cash rent.
Midway, HO acres, beautiful home. $4.K00.
Ash Grove. 320 acres, $11,200; easy terms.
J. T. CAMPBELL,
CHANCE to get a good home, 64 Oacres,
relinquishment. 4t acres, partly level, Im
provements cost Jl.OU This Is a bargain,
io.500. 040 acres relinquishment, Su good
level land; bal, hills, but makes good pas
ture, $750. 3J acres hay land, this Is good
and only $10 prr acre. Address O. Gallagiy,
FOR SALE One of the best corn farms in
Minnehaha county. South Dakota; well Im
proved; easy terms; cheap at $90. Owner,
it. A. Sllvlus, Sioux Falls. S. D.
$13.00 Per Acre
H4) acres, Meade county
every acre can be cultivated
J. !. BOX E,
312 SHI HART BLK .
CHEAP FARM LANDS.
In western Nebruska and Colorado. Write
NEBRASKA LANK COMPANY,
1KJ YOU WANT TO SELL PART OF
l It LA.Nl.'
Write a description of it, buildings, water,
near what town. Muku 70 words of It all
and send It to The Omaha Bee with 72
cents lor eacn insertion. People In Ne
braska hate money and want land. They
look to The Omaha Bee for real estate of-
l'iiii.s. And they get tliem in The Mee.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
GARVIN PROS., Sd floor N. V. life. 8'A)
to I'.tH'.OUO on Improved property. No delay.
to .0u0 on homes In Omaha. O'Keefa
Real KMale Co., 1UU N. V. life. ItoiigUj
WANTEl-Cll loans, peters TruJt Co.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
t. ontlnued J
WANTED City loans and warrants. .
Farnam Smith Co., 1220 Farnam St.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wead Hldg., lMh nnd Karnam.
MONEY TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
LOWEST RATES He mis. Branded Bldg.
FIVE TER CENT MONEY
to loan on
Omaha business properly.
Room 1. New York Life Bldg.
LOANS to home owners and home build
ers, with privilege of making partial pay
W. II. THOMAS,
503 First National Bank Bldg.
'. PER CENT MORTGAGE.
$.1,000 secured on land which recently sold
Krt Board of Trade Bldg.
FIVE PER CENT
amounts from $.'0 to
any time,. American
216 S. 17th, Bee Bldg.
BONDS for sale, In
$6,000; we cash them
Safe Deposit Vaults,
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
5. and 7-room houses. If prices are right
we can sell your property tor you.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite 829 N. Y. Life Bldg.
$2,000 CASH and clear lot worth about
fKt0. Want good rental property.
NOWATA LAM D AND LOT COMPANY.
(Suite 624 M. Y. Llfa Hldg. Ked 1
WANTED TO TRADE $3,000 to $5,000
worth of good clothing, furnishing goods
and shoes for good land. Slilrley, Huts
stetta & Co., Humboldt, Neb.
FOR SALE or trade outright, a foot
power welding device now in use; no steam,
electricity or gas necessary; simple foot
pressure; a fortune. Write for free booklet,
price fe.uflu. Midland Investment Co., Mo
Cague Bldg., Omaha.
CLEAR ILLINOIS FARM
Trade for Inrome Omaha and assume
NOWATA LAND & LOT CO.,
Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg. Red 1999.
EA EXCHANGE FOR HARDWARE, OR
a farm 200 acres about three and one-half
miles southeast of Perclval, Fremont
county, Iowa. About 60 or 70 acres in cul
tivation, balance grass, timothy and other
grass, fairly well Improved, fence cross,
cross fence, almost every acre can be
farmed, an Ideal corn, wheat or alfalfa
farm. Price, $S0 per acre; Incumberence
$5,200, long time Ht low rate. Address L,
Bee office, Council Bluffs, la.
TWO-STORY brick business block, rented
to permanent tenants. Price $20,000. Mort
gage, $.;,O00. Wants clear land for equity.
rtOVvATA LAN D & LOT CO.,
621 N. Y. Lite. Bed 1999.
320 Decatur county. Kansas, six miles
railroad point; juu sinootn; 460 In wnwt,
rents for hu.lt; 60 in corn, oats,
rents third; 12U pasture rough, fenced, goou
new house, bam. it. F. D., 'Phone, X3i per
acre, lucunioerance 2,2u0, tnree years.
Equity, a.uuo. Want merchandise, hard
ware or livery stock. Would tako Duiiding
up to 83.W0 if clear.
320 Cheyenne county Kansas, living water,
some alfalfa lanu, some corn, wneat land,
rolling to rougn, $15 per acre, lncum
uetance, I1.6U0; tour equal annual payments,
I per cent semi-annually. Equity, $3,2tK.
Want resident, livery or small slock mer
16u Cheyenne County, Kansas, 40 alfalfa
land, 6u corn, wheat land rolling, "0 pasture.
tli'.&U per acre, incumberance, $600. Three
equal annual payments, 7 ptr cent semi
annually. Equity, $2,2'J0. Want auto, livery
stock or resiuent of equal value.
Shelf heavy hardware, $3,700. Furniture,
$400. Undertaking, $.tuo. Fixtures tinner
tools. Funeral car $1,100. Total, $5,600. Want
land equul value. North Kansas, South
Nebraska. Have some western lands for
eastern lands. Submit your trades to me.
'Phone or write, care Hotel Loyal, Room
232, Omaha. Neb., will be liere Monday,
Tuesday. F. C. Warroll.
HARNESS or phaeton, sale or trade
piano, phore or gun. O 5Si, Bee.
9-ROOM modern home, excellent location,
for good western land. H Bis, caro Bee.
FOJt SALE or trade my eauitv In 4H5
acres of Lincoln Co. land tor good Income
properly, two good automobiles or any
thing else 1 can use. What have vou?
Address Y K)2, care Bee.
"ieO ACRES 'of raw land in Wheeler
county to trade for city property.
pt'r-iv. 22Q and Cuming Sts.
YOU can tell real tailor-made clothes
after trvmir the service of Edward Thiel.
719 S. 16th St.
MISFIT tailored suits $36 and $40 values
at $16. See A. Rubenstein, 2UVi . 14th St.
Martin & Rubin,
Rm. 21 old U. 3. Bk. Bldg.
REAL LEATHER We want travelers to
know that our store sells all kinds of
travelers' goods in real leather. Alfred
Cornish & t-on., 1210 Farnam St.
WANTED TO BUY
BEST PRICE paid for second-hand furni
ture, carpets, clothing and shoes. 'Paon
HIGHEST prices paid for scrap metals
and rubbers. A. B. Alpirn. Omaha, Neb.
WANTED TO BUY
6 OR 6-ROOM HOUSE TO MOVE
Will move at once.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
(24 New Yorl. Life Bldg. Bed lKJtf.
WANTED 5,000 FEATHER HEPS. Write
:,r telephuno Houglas ltu. METROPOLI
TAN FEATHER CO., 803 N. UOlh.
WANTED TO BORROW
WANTED TO BORROW $400 or $500 for
1 year. Will pay 10 per cent Interest. Ad
dress, H-676. Bee.
WANTED TO RENT
We Are Getting Numerous Cnll
For Houses of All sixes. List With Ua
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO,
K4 N. Y. Ufa Bldg. POods Red IK
BARN for about fifty head of horses
and wa gons. c fAS, Bee.
WAN I ED SITUATIONS
TWO bright, Intelligent young nirn desire
evening work: anything: fast on any type
writer; reporters; beet of references; work
guaranteed. (J ui2, Bee.
WANTED Position as .bookkeeper; four
years' bank experience; speak five differ
ent languages; first-class reference. C 605.
MARRIED MAN, between 25 and 30, de
sires position as office manager; am capa
ble of taking entire charge, naving had 12
years' experience as accountant, auditor,
systematiser and salesman: salary depends
upon opportunity offered. II 610, Bee.
Help Female Trades
OFFICE CONSTRCCTING QUARTER
master. Fort l'avenworth, Kansas, May
9. 1810. Sealed proposals, In triplicate, sub
ject to the usual conditions, . will be re
reived here until 11 a. in., central time,
May 24, 1DI0, and then opened In the pres
ence of attending bidders for construc
tion, plumbing, beating, wiring and fix
tures of the following buildings: Three
sets Field Officers' Quarters. 2 double sets
Company Officers' Quarters. 1 four-set of
f hers' Quarters. Full Information and
blank forms of tropoal furnished on ap
plication to 'this office. Plans and speclfi
istlona may be seen here, also in offices
of Chief Quartermasters at omaha. Den
ver and St. Paul, Depot Quartermaster,
St. Iiuls and Quartermaster's office. Scai
rltt Arcade, Kansas City. Mo. The I'liitad
States reserves therlglit to accept or re
ject any or all proposals. Proposals should
be enclosed In sealed envelopes, endorsed
"Proposes for Public Buildings,'' and ad
dressed to Car tain Win. D. Davis, ijuar
termaster, L. 9. A. M12-13-1I-16-22-U
PROPOSALS FOR ELECTRICAL WORK
Koi Mackenzie. Wyoming. Mv 12. DIW.
Seabd proposals In triplicate will be re
ceivtd here until 2 p. in., mountain tlm.
June 1st. 1910. for remolding the stie"t
MghlliiK system and building n suh-stntlo.il
at this pnst. Plans u,i.l specifications on
tile at office of the Chief yuai termaster,
Department of the Colorado, I icnver. Colo :
Chief (Jimrtermaster. Department of the
Missouri. Omaha. Nehr.. and the Builders'
Exchange. St. Paul. Minn., or same may
be obtained from this office upon the de
posit of $5 to Insure thiir safe return.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
indorsed "Proposal for Electrical Work"
and addressed to the Constructing yuarter
n astr, Fort Mackenzie, Wyoming.
FORT MEADE. S. I).. MAY. 7. 1910
Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will be re
ceived here until 10 a. in., mountain time.
May 21, 1I0. for the construction of four (4i
double buildings for stable, guard and
shops, Including electric wiring and fix
tures, information furnished upon applica
tion to this office. A deposit of $5.00 to
insure return is required before plans are
sent on Individual application. Envelopes
cot taming proposals should be endorsed,
"Proposals for Stable, Guard and Shops.'1
and addressed to the Constructing V)uar
til master, Fort Meade, 8. D.
DEPOT QUARTERMASTERS OFFICE,
Omaha, Neb.. May 12. 1910. Sealed pro
posals. In triplicate, will be received here
until 11 a. m., June 11, 1910, and then pub
licly opened for Installing two electrical
frfight elevators in storehouse at Omaha
depot. Information furnished on applica
tion. U. S. reserves right to reject or
accent all proposals or any part thereof.
Envelopes containing proposals should be
Indorsed "Proposals ifor Installing electrical
freight elevators at Omaha depot," and
addressed to Captain F. C. Bolles, Q. M.
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Creston-lowa Local a 3:80 pin
St. Louis Express a 4:30 pm
K. C. end St. Joseph. .. .alO td pm
K. C. and St. Joseph. ...a 9:16 am
K. C. ar.d St Joseph. ...a 4:30pm
WEBSTER STATIC'S-Fifteenth and
b 8:50 pm bl2:10 pm
Paul, Minneapolis Jt
Sioux City Express b 8:00 pm
Sioux City Pa3senger
Twin City Passenger. ...b 6:30 am
Bioux City Local c 8:85 am
c 6:20 pm
b 8:20 pm
all Modern Bafety SstIcss (Wireless, eta
TKits'n A. V.Miy:i.lV.m lOe.n June 1
Hluchr Mar S3tAmric Jun 4
DcuucMtnd sir 2ljPr. Urant Jun I
Pro. Uncoln Jun 1 Cincinnati J una
tRiii-larlion a la Carta Reatauram.
Hamburg-American line, or Local Arent.
(illl'AUII l.lIQ STOCK MARKET
Cattle and Sheep Market Steady
Hoars Reported Higher.
CHICAGO, May 14. CATTLE Receipts,
W0 head; market, steady; beeves, 85.6u3.70;
Texas steers, 85.0C&6.50; western steers,
S5.Kxa7.30; stackers and feeders, ft.0ui6.70;
cows and heifers, $2.S047.40; calves, 85.50
HOGS Receipts, 8,000 head; market gen-
u,.llu Am l.Dl,u lir.t,AUl. ... . . ...I
$'J..4.m(9.bO; heavy. $5.4OJf5.S0; rough. $n.40'
96u; good to choice heavy, '.!.,. a 'j.MJ: pigs.
tM.lSiit &'.: bulk of sales. $9.70'a9.95.
SHEKP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.500
head; market, steady; native, $4.25jr7.lio;
wesiern, $4.60Jj7.75; yearlings, $".OU1i4.2&;
lambs, native. $7.269.35; western, $7a50j)
St. Joseph l.lv htnek Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., May 14.-CATTLE-Receipts,
50 head; market steady; steers,
$55oQ7.75: cows and heifers, $3.aOu7.50;
HOGS Receipts. 2,000 head; market MilOc
higher; top, $9 55; bulk of sales. $9 4019.50.
, SHEEP AND LAMPS-Reelpts, none;
market steady; lainbs, t7. 509. 10.
"lock In Ulaht.
Receipts of live stork at the five principal
Wisttrn markets yesteroay:
Catile. Hogs. Sheep
South Omaha ! 2.758 V6
St. Joseph .) 2.(w 1.ii"ti
Kansas City 201) l.ouo.
St. Louis !,) 3.om 2'') I
cnicago M t' 1,,-xio
....1.752 17,758 6.0SS
OUAUA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Receipts Are Light and Values
Are Nominally Steady.
HOGS ALSO IN LIGHT SUPPLY
Hulk of Sales Is a Dime Higher and
All ."Mock on Hand Is fold hy
Trn O'clock Sheep Nom
Neb., May 14.
Six days this week...
Same uuys last wees...
same uays 2 weeks ago
oaiue oajs t werks aso
Sameuiuys 4 weeks ago
OHine uuys last year....
1Mb lulhowinu funis
.18,43 32.6.12 27,54:)
.Is.twi 3v.elJ 2.iS3
.v.i 21.0tii 2..2o
..su.olu 61.WM 2,42
.18.210 4U.M1 14.7.11
snows the receipts
nogs ana siieep at South omaiia
year to date, compared witn last
cailie 351,020 848.183
Hoifs !,( l.tr.b.vw
"ieep 662,162 684,IW
ine following table snows
prices of hogs at South Omaha lor the last
several days with comparisons;
Date. mi. lisJB.llkJB.ll07.T190il.l05.13O4.
I 19 7 001 6 881 I t 161 301 4 63
I 2 6 6 , 24 6 28 4 Mi
I 8 184 85 6 84 27 6 li ) 4 65
I I 6 7 6 Ml 26 21 6 171
I S IS'.I I K U U 'Mil 1 VII & lr.1 t M
May 10... 9 26 6 99 1 I 8 35 24 1 6 19 4 69
May H...! u it,,., k U7i r. ji u -ui & -r.i i a
Mty 12... I 9 21 7 Oil 6 421 I 6 JUi 5 2tii 4 i2
May 13... 9 7 IH 6 86 6 35. I 6 2U 4 .-,
My 14... I 9 391 7 0s 6 24 1 6 30 6 81 4 7
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the 1 nion stock yards, South Omaha, Neb.,
for tWellly-tour Hours endins it 3 o'cluca
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H r s.
C, M. & St. P ..
VV aoush it. R
C. Ac N. vv. teast)..
C. & N. W. iwssii
C, St. P., M. & o..
C, b. & y. (east;..
C B. &y, (west) ..
Total receipts 2 44 4 4
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Omaha Packing company o)
Swltt and Company two
cuuahy Packing Co t7 404
Armour At Co 1 ho2
Murphy Snippers 1,00
Oiner buyers 1
CATTLE As usual on a Saturday there
was notning of any consequence on sale In
the way of cattie. Prices were nominally
steady as compared with yesterday. As
compared with a week ago there has been
no particular change except that both local
dressed beef men and eastern snippers have
taken more kindly to the heuvy uattie and
prices on these are perhaps a shade
stronger than a week ago. on . the other
hand, the heavy weight and rougn grades
are selling a little easier than last week
and the demand for them Is less keen. The
general market, however. Is practically
steady with a week ago and desirable cat
tlL"t a" grades are In good demand.
The market for cows and heifers has
been steady throughout the week. Choice
fat heifers are selling as high as at any
time this season, while the common and
canning grades are In good request from
both feeder buyers and packers. Owing to
the large number of southern cattu at
southwestern markets the market has been
a little easier on these grades, but the gen
eral market Is not very much different
from a week ago for anything that the
puckers want. Veal calves, bulls, stags
and rough stock generally are selling at
week ago! X ' "tronKer tha
vev"IiirnLn to?ker nd feeders has been
nfvY.nH i tnrou"' th week. Both sup
o Z an,1demnJ h,ve been limited through
out. The best llirht v, 1
whiu'.hL per,hap8 t' with a week ago,
16 n u. m,i,um anl common kinds ire
16S25c lower than a week ago.
sers 17 xSiZ?.iM' falr to ooi comfed
steers, 81.ucs31.4rt common to fair cornfed
steers. 85.80u.0: fai- .orn"(?
halfai-a ia c7 - ii u CUWB ana
hVitVA' Vife?-; "mmon to fair cows an
" :,-'' buou 10 cnoice stockers
a"d ;rea?ri 85.50.50; fair to good stock-
stnekir. .Ti ,' , H? w; common to fair
.rr iV-v , eeuire, o.Mg . ,i; stock helf-
stlWs j-a-'.,.calve8' H--OO; bulls,
stags, etc., $3.76(&6.25.
HOGS The spread of prices, even though
yaids this morning. Supply was light, as
is usually the case at the close of the
week, packers buying freely from the open
ing and shippers picking out the few loads
that they needed for outside orders at
f gures mostly a dime higher than those
that prevailed yesterday. Some nickel
higher business was done during early
rounds, but the few shipments that
changed hands at this advance were
heavier, good lights selling at the full ad
vance throughout the session. In short,
practically everything had been sold at 10
o'clock, tha bulk of receipts going at prices
preLty close to a dime belter.
As compared with the long string at
89.30 yesterday, $9.40 proved to be the popu
lar price today, a narrow spread of $3.d7iytf
9.40 buying tne big end of supply. Tops
advanced to $9.46, this price being paid in
Improvement has featured the trade on
most days this week, and the market shows
a net advance of 2tj325c over a week ago,
under the influence of limited runs, an
active demand from packers and reason
ably broad shipping outlet. Strength in the
provision traae has also been a bullish
factor, but . the arrival of the --brn-planl-
Ing season and the tear ln :.lli:ng circles
that the receipts will he snarpiy curtailed,
has probably oeen responsible tor most of
40. . .
StlEEP looming 01 consequence was re
ceived today ln me way ut sheep or lambs
and tne market remained nominally sieadv.
Only four cars were leceived, two benig
consigned direct and the balance, two cars
of shorn wethers, being contracted at s.tw
several weeks ago, so they did not sell on
Normal receipts this week did not result
in very much competition among buyers.
lot of "clean-up" shipments have been
coming, quality has been nothing extra and
packers have uoughl sparingly ut all times.
Poor dressing averages contributed to the
general dullness, of course, but a narrow
uemand at this time of the year Is only
seasonable and killers' needs are easily sat
Aside from a diaggy trade during earlv
davs, prices did not show very much weak
ness but closing business was decidid.v
lower In every branch of ihe market. lUavy
I lambs und sneep hc- suffered the inosi
sales dropping 10 wniooc lower man at last
week's close. Ewes were 4'speciailv plenti
ful and met with the sharpest dlscnm-.iia-tlon.
Handywelght shorn lambs have acted
well however, and are closing at figures
quotably firm with those In force a week
The supply of wooled stock Is diminishing
rapidly, as packers do not wanl tne womeu
article for warm weather trad?. Naturally,
tne spread between wooled und shorn of
ferings has almost disappeared, the furmer
class of stock selling only a little higher
than similar quality shorn strings.
Quotations on shorn stock: Good to
choice lambs, too8 75; fair to good
lambs, $7.7jh8.50; good light yearlings,
t,.2i'(i7 75; apHMl heavy yean.ngs. ,.u..v ...w.
good to choice wethers. $-.75'a7.2 ,; fair to
eood wethers, $ 36'uii.76; good to choice
ewes, tli 15'a.50; fair to good ewes
No. , ,
Ii5 western wethers, slioi u 1:4
219 westtrn wethers, shorn H9
Kanua i'ltr 1 l Htork Market.
KANSAS CITY. May 14-CATTLE-Recelpts,
209 had; no southerns. Market
iteady; native sleeis, C.7.Vi 26; southirn
steers, M .isi7.if; southern cows, .. j"Uimm,
native cows and hellers, .t. iu !; siim k
crs and feeders, $t.tarit.2r; nuiis, 44 2un ,w;
1 a Ives, hi- iwos.uo, w.si.in sit. crs, 9.1. it,ty
8t'; western cows, t4.tMu6.5u.
HOt IS lieceipts. 2.i"U nead; marktt 5c
hlglier; bulk ot sales, t.36u9.4.; heavy, :i 40
WO.ov; pat'Keis and tiuicheis, '..i'o.i.,w,
light, !.2.MV9.4t; pige, .x ;r5ii w.
SHEEP AND LAM US-Receipts. 1,M
hisd: market, steady; niuttons, ...,"'ii
lambs, ti.2iVus.Wi; wesiern wethers and year
lings, to.Ui'js.OO; fed western ewes, t5.tAV
9t. I.nnla l.le nrU Market.
ST. I.OI IS. May 14-CATTLE-Recelpts.
1.000 head. Including 400 Texans. Market,
slrady; native Peef steers, 7titS.tV; cows
and heifers, t1.35ns.0ti; stockers and feed
ers, t4.00iT.a; Texas and Indian steers,
t4.7.Vn8.l)u; cows anil heifers, J3.0t"ti.o0;
calves In carload lots, t4.OtfuS.2i.
IIOt;S-R.ceipls, 3.01O head; market lower;
pigs and lights, OMiV.ba; packers, :i.40u
9.70; butchers and best heavy, t1.iK)'ci9.75.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 2'0 brad.
Market, steady; native muttons, Jti.oOu 7.50;
OMAIIA UENKHA4. T.I.1BKETS
Staple and Kaner Produce Prices fur
nished hy Bayers and Wholesaler.
RUTTER-Creamery. No. 1. delivered to
the retail trade, In 1-lb. cartons, 2!ic; No. 1,
In 0O-lb. tubs, 2JiV4c; No. 2, In 1-lb. cartons,
27c; In 80-lb tubs, -tj'ijC, packing slotk. solid
pack, 20c; dairy, In wMb. tubs, 22c. Market
changes every Tuesday.
CHEESE Twins, ltVjc; young America,
17c; daisy, 17c; llmburger, ISc; No. 1
brick, 16c; No. 2, 16c; domestic block Swiss,
22c; ImpotUd Swiss, 30c.
POULTRY -Diessed broilers, t9.00 dox.;
for storage. t6.00; for fresh springs, 20c;
hens, 19c; cocks, 12Vc; ducks, 20c; geese,
15c; turkeys, 26c; pigeons, per dox., tl.2u;
homer squabs, 14 00 per dcx. ; fancy squabs,
t3.50 per dos. ; No. 1, 83.00 per dox. Alive:
Broilers, from I1 to lVa lbs., 40c; IVs to t
lbs., 30c, bens, 14c; old roosters, luc; young
roosters, 16c; ducks, ft'll feathered, 14c;
geese, full feathered, 9c; turkeys, luc;
guinea fowls, 20c each; plreuns, 90c per
doz.; homers, 83,00 per dos.; squabs, No. 1,
82.00 per doz. ; No. 2. boc.
FISH (all frosen) Pickerel, 8c; whltefish,
13c; pike. 10c; trout, 13c; large dapples,
loftlfcc; Spanish mackerel, 18c; eel, 1M-, Had
dock, lc; flounders, 12c. Green catfish,
18c; trout, l;c; buftalo, 8c; halibut, c
white perch. !c; whltefish, 16c; yellow
percn, 9c; bullheads, 12c; white bass, 17c;
roeshads, tl.00 each; shadrucs, per pair, ooc;
frog legs, 800 per dos.
Beet Cuts Rics: No. 1, 17c; No. 2, 14V4c
No. 3, 13c. Loins: No. 1, lac; No. 2, 16!c; No'
8, 14c. Chuck: No. 1, c; No. 2, ',,c; No. s
8'4c. Round: No. 1, ll-fcc; No. 2, He; No.
8, 10VJ. Plate; No. 1, Jc; No. Z, iV; No.
FRUITS Strawberries: Tennessee and
Louisiana, 24-qC cams, per case, 83,00; 24
pt. cases, per case, 82.00. Oranges: Califor
nia Camelia and producer Brands Itedland
Navels, 80-96 size, per oox, ti.w, 124 size,
per box, t3.50; 150-17i and smaller sizes
per box, 84.00. Other brands from River
aide ana other districts, per box, W 0tXH3.60;
fcu-96-112 sizes, per box, i2.76. Havana Mcd
Itterrancan Sweets, l.b-112 sixes, per oox
t3.0; 160 and smaller sizes, per box, tJ.2a'
Lemons: Limoniera. extra fancy, 3ou-3bO
sizes, 85.50; cnotce 80o-8tu sizes, per box
84.75; 240 size, 60c per box las'. Banunas:
Fancy select, per bunch, 2.2o.6o; jumbo,
bunch, t2.764j3.7o. Urape Fruit; Florida, 4t
size, 84-60; 64-64-8U sizes, per box, 80O0
Apples: Ben Davis, per bbl., 3.5o; Califor
nia lancy W. W. Pcarmains, per box
82.25; California extra fancy v. V. l'ear
mains, Red Wood branu, per box, 82.25;
extra fancy Iowa Jonathans, per bbl., xti.oo
Cranberries: Jersey, fresh stock, per tux
t2.0u. Dales: Anchor brand, new, 30 i-0'
pkgs. ln box, per box, 82.0U. Figs: Califor
nia, lOo size, 60c
VEGETABLES irisn Potatoes: Wiscon
sin and native, per bu., 603000; Colorado
per bu., 60c. New Potatoes: In sacks, per
lb., 4c. Seed Sweet Potatoes: Kansas, per
bbl.. t-.OO. Cabbage: Now California and
Southern, per lb., 84c Onions: Texas cry
stal wax, per crate, 1.80; yellow, per crate
81.65. Old Vegetables: Parsnips, carrots'
beets, turnips, ln sacks, per lt., 2c. Garlur
Extra fancy, wuite, per lb., 15c; red, per
NEW SOUTHERN VEGETABLES
Radishes: Per doz. bunches, 45o. Turnips
Per doi. bunches, 6O0. Carrots: Per doz'
bunches, 60c. Shailotls: Per doz. bunches'
600. Parsley: Pe. doz. bunches, 60c. Beets'
Per doz. bunches, 5uc. Spinach: Per bu '
12 lbs., 81.00. Egg Plant; Fancy Florida'
doz., 81.602.00. '.tomatoes: Fancy Florida
or Cuba, per 6-bsk. crate, 82.76; choice
82.00. String and Wax Beans: Per hamper'
about 26 lbs., ti.Oo. Ureen Peas; Per ham
per. 82 60. cucumbers: Hot house, per dos
81.604)2.00; Uexe. per oi, 76c.
HOME OHO.WlV VEGETABLES Radish
es: Extra fane:' home grown, per dox
brunches, 35o. Lettuce: Extra fancy leaf"
per doz., 45c; lead lettuce ln hampers''
81.75. Parsley: Fancy home grown, pel'
doz. bunches,' 4oc. Rhubarb: Per doz
bunches, 46c. Asparagus: Per doz. bunches'
6O0. Green Onious: Per doz. bunches, 2oc '
HORSERADISH 3 doz. ln case, tl.90.
fornia. No. 1, per lb., lie; California, No.
2, soft,, per lb., 14c. Hlckoryuuis: Large,
per lb.,' 4c; small, per lb., 6c, Cocoanuts:
Per sack, 85.00; per doz., 65c.
NUTS Black Walnut: 1'er lb., 2c; Call-
St. I.ouls General Market.
ST. LOUIS, May 14.-WHEAT-Futures
lower; May, 81.11; July, $1.02Hc; Septem
ber. tl.OHs; cash steady; track. No. 2 red
tl.20rftl.23; No. 2 hard, 1.12tfil.l6. '
CORN B'utures lower; July, 63hiG3c
September, 63c; cash lower; track. No 2'
65tc; No. 2 white, S!raiic. '
X)ATS Futures higher; July, 39c; Seu
teniber, 3SVjc; cash weak; track, No. 2 42c
No. 2 while, 44c. ' '
RYE Firm at 81c.
FLOUR Dull; red winter patents, t':i(yii
6.70: extra fancy and straight, t4.7(r5 2o
hard winter clears, t3.7fKi4.10. '
SEED Timothy, t3.0Otjj3.5O.
BRAN Steady; sacked, east track $104
HAY Steady; timothy, $14.5018.50; prai
rie, $10.0UC(i 13.50.
BAGGING 7 3-1 6c.
HEMP TWINE 7c.
PROVISIONS-Pork, higher; Jobbing,
$22.76. Lard, higher; prime steam. $12.95r.
13.05. Dry salt meats, steady; boxed extra
shorts, $14.00; clear ribs, 814.00; short clears,
$14 26. Bacon, steady; boxed extra ahnrts,
$15.26; clear ribs, 815.25; short clears, J15.50.
POULTRY Dull; chickens, 14c; springs,
27&32e; turkeys, liic; dinks, 12c; geese, 6V4C
BUTTER Unchanged; creamery, 22ij.
EGGS weak at 18c
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. May 14. WHEAT May,
tllO'i; July, tl.!0': September, Sl.tllU;
cash. No. 1 hard, tl.lSS: No. 1 nonhein,
tl llll 134: No. 2 northern, tl.0U''U 1.11',;
No. 3, tl.OR'nl.OS',.
FLAX-Closed at $2.25.
CORN No. 3 yellow, 68r594c.
OATS No. 3 white. 40ft 41c.
R V E No. 2. 70-(73V4c.
BRAN In 100-lb. sacks, $18.00 IS.25.
FLOUR First patents tin wood, f. o. b.
Minneapolis). $5.30Yti5.50; aecoud patents,
$5 Urp6.:i0; first clears. 4.15'if 4.2j; secund
I Bank Clearlus. , .
OMAHA, May 14. Bank clearings for to
'day were $2,481,018.24 and for tne corre
sponding dale last year were 2,34t,U2l M).
04:)4 $ 2.6i;9.K02.44
2. 349. 208. B2
Totals $1..')79.412.18 $11,673,132.0
Increase over the corresponding week last
year, $2,005,779.49. '
Oils nnd Rosin.
SAVANNAH, Ua., May 14-1 )ILS-Tur-pentine,
firm; regulars, riVic: sales,
IKS bbls,; receipts, bbls.; shipments,
. bbls ; stock, 3.907bbls.
ROMN Elrm; sales, 2,3o6 bbls.; rei-elpts,
1.792 bbls.; shipments. 8.722 bbls.; stock,
4.1,711. yuote: H, t4.2tnij4.25; D, It 50; E,
14. bO: V, $4 So; i, t4 !J; II, $;,.(m; L, $.-, (,;
K. 15 10: M, t5.3."i; N, $.7.00; Wtl, $,,.75;
Omaha liar market.
OMAHA. May 14 -HAY No. 1, $D 50; No.
2. $."00; packing. $5.00. Straw: Wheat. M5o.
rye and ats, $;..'). Alfalfa, tl2.5t The best
trades of hay are holding their own, hut
nobody stems to want the poorer quality
at any j 1 Ice.
PEORIA, May 14 CORN -Lower; No. 8
white, 66c; No. 2 yellow, "2c; No. 1 yellow.
6! 4c; No. 3. 614c; No. 4. WrjtiQ'v; o grade,
OATS-Lower; standard. 4241f424'i No.
white, 41c; No. 4 while, 41c.
llaluth . tiratn Market.
DVLI TII. May 14. WH EAT May, tl IOS:
July. $1,114; No. 1 northern, $1.M,; No. 2
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Little Change in Wheat Values 01
RALLIES AFTER THE . BREAK,
Corn Futures Weak Throuahout the
lsi -Kerelptia Slov1y Inrrea
Ina still ' ( Inlm Winter
OMAHA. May 14
There was not much change In wheat
values today, the market rtiung stcn,
being wi ll supported by yesterday s buveis.
VNtathcr conditions are iuihik t:ie situa
tion at tne tune being and bull leaders sin:
claim heavy dainago tu the winter wneat.
Heaviness In the cash corn sit nation lis
had a weakening etfect during the last
tew days, whim receipts are gradually in
creasing. Wheat rallied after a slight break at
the start. Munis were best nuveis on the
break and alter limit offering's had beeu
absorbed prices ea.-eil oit again and clos
ing values were a shade lower than yester
day. 'J he. corn futures wore weak throughout
Ihe day on selling by cash nouses. w
celpta are slowly increasing and sample ut
tering were soul at i,c lo V una. r yes
terday. Shipping demand has slackened
ami Is disappointing. ...
Primary wheut receipts werA frf.OX) bush
els and shipments were 344.ua) bushels,
against receipt, last year of I.uu0 bushela
and shipments of lM.tMO bushels. I
Primary corn nci-ipTs were 32U.000 bushel'
and shipments were 727.000 bushels, against
receipts last year of 2;'9.JU bushels and
shipments of 275.000 bush. Is.
tliarancts were H3.110O bushels of coin,
2.000 bushels of oats and wheat arid' flour
euual to 2I6.O110 bushels.
Liverpool market was closed In respect
for Kln Edward's death.
Lo- al raiiaio of options:
Articles., Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. Yes y.
1 US' 1 OS I 1 OS 1 09
1 OO'i 1 tm 1 oO S 1 OOri
rU rsv! s'4 f
69 09 59 69
39 39 39 40
39 39 I 39 39i
1 00: j, 1
Omaha Cash Prices,
WHEAT-No. 2 hard, $1.06H1.06i4; No. I
hard. $1.0:141 1.05; No. 4 hard, 9nc1.te; No. 2
spring. II.u'hbI.ub; u. 3 spring. $1.031.06;
No. 2 durum, 8iisiK7c; No. 3 durum, 8,r)ijSc.
IORN No. 2 white, 3'c; No. 3 wnlte.
W&t)3'4c; No. 4 white, filfut.2c; No. 3 yellow,
69'ho; No. 8 yellow, 58V(59c; No. 4 yellow,
56!r57V; No. 2, 59c; No." 3, 68t(68c; No. 4.
50(((5",sc; no grade. 50dj52c.
OATS Standard, 40Va'-0c; No. 3 white,
39Va40V; No. 4 white, 3V39c; No. 3 yel
low. 3-J9j3'J',4c; No. 4 yellow, 38(j39c; No. 1
BA R LEY No. 4. tO-aOlc; No. 1 feed, 48
49c; rejected, 4547c. j
RYE No. 2. 74i75c; No. 3. 73T4c.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
Chicago 44 5 15
Omaha 8 63 43
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of Ihe Trading and Closina
Prlces on Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO. May 14.-Excellent rains In
northern Texas and Oklahoma today re
freshed the ripening wheat and, Incident
ally, helped revive the drooping courage of
the bears In the Chicago wheat pit. Nev
ertheless, It was largely a waiting game for
the speculators. The olose for active op
tions was V4(do off from last night's fig
ures. May delivery finished lc do-wli. Corn
ended H'o nc lower and oats c lower to Vo?
?ae higher. Provisions advanced 1020c.
The covering by shorts ln wheat yester
day was so heavy and general as to leave
the market with little support early. Bulls
had as backing further crop damage re
ports from Kansas and Illinois. Cash de
mand was also said to be Improving here.
On the other hand, the deliveries at coun
try stations ln the northwest were reported
to be Increasing and aow about double
those of a year ago. Telegrams from Ne
braska asserted that the condition -ot wheat
, V " iuijueai .us one goes west-i
ward. Toward the end of the session Win
nipeg oent news of export sales of Wheat
ovpitmoer here, sold between
down atn$1.02. a"d Cl8e1 "" e
With the weather said to be warming un
In the corn country, prices for that grain
on talk of frost tonight at low placesln
Illinois and Indiana. September finished
AO lower, at tH,i::ll. .MTI-a'
HI Hit rnii 7.u ' yenow ClOSea
at b3',4ib4c, with the market slow.
ram fd VUSed1?: tXt
hher7a8;dP.ndk Wc "
" """" ioiures ranged as follows:
Arllcles.l Open.l High. Low. Cl0s.. Yes 7.
1 "HI 1 Htj
1 041 04S
' ' '5 -Mill na
22 72 4
La rd '
12 6.1 I 12 62
12 4741 12 624
Vm",'!,-".',101,".""" were as 'ollows:
t LOl It Dull; winter patents, $4 95iftK as
whiter slraivl.t. tl iir..AiJ.. f'-owt.Ji
$4.70,f,4.9O; ba kt rs , ' $4 OoS. 25 "".lghts,
"fr No. 2, 7'(iSic.
HABI.BV-1.V.I .. . ' . J
... . . - . . VJ iii,Aintf- owooc: fair atal
choice mailing, tilCuc. "
SEEDS-Klax No. 1 ' southwestern, $2 211
lotal clearances of wheat and flour were
Cvi."." 1 ,t,i!,iv0u01uus,ht'1- i'rimary receipt
weie 1,(14)0 bushels, compared with Kih.Oio
Dushea the corresponding day a year ago.
Estimated recelpis for Mondav: Wheat. 3.1
?!!!.' .c'0''n' - curi oul- M cars; hogs,
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat : No. t red,
$114,rBi.ifi; .0i 3 rt.d ji.KKni.i4; No. 2 hard.
tl.l4VJl.lti; No. 3 haul, $1.1"4t1 1.1; No. 1
spring, l. 071.14. crn: .. 2. 614c; No. 3,
tile; No. 2 White, 07tiific; No. 3 wnite. 66411
No. 2 yellow, ii:!Vy.4:; No. 3 yellow,
624c. Oats- No. 2. 4l'4c; No. 2 white. 43'c;
No. 3 white, 404a 424c; No. 4 white, 40g4ie;
standard. 43j 4.1 c.
Ul'TTKR Steady; creameries. Xlfi27c;
EtlGS Steady; recelpis. 22.472 rases; at
mark, i-ssrs In, Imiil li:iilhi: firsts. mUn-
I prime f lists, l:ic.
j CHEESE -Steady; daisies, Hfrl44c; twins.
i2 'i 1,1 41 . juuui, jinei 11 ub, 10c, long noi ns,
poTAToES-Eirm: rhoice lo fancy, 273
2c; fair lo ood. 2i25c.
POL'LTR t - 1-ii in; turkeys, 15c; chickens,
'VEAL-Steady; 10 to fiO-lli. weights, 8-690;
60 to to-lii. weights, iul0c; 65 to llu-ltj,
Chicago Receipts Wheat, 44 cars; corn.
65 cars; oats. I'M cars. Estimated Monda .
Wheat, 33 cars; corn, 62 tars; oats, 15S cars
lianas 4 ' 1 1 tirnln and Provisions
KANSAS CITY, May
$1114'-,. bid; July, :ac, bid
974''. sellers; cash unchanged; No. 2 hard
ti.ta.'dlil; No. 3. fl.ut-al.lu; No. 2 red tl 111
7,1. In: No. 3. $10-,(1.13. ' 2
CORN-May. U)-4i-; July, 6VJ0Mn,
eis; September, 1.91-; cash unchanged: f
4c lower; No. 2 mixed, 62'i2c; Ni. 3 61 'u
62c; No. 2 while. I.44-; No. 3. Wo.
OATS -I'nchanged; No. 2 while 42'f(44i-;
No. 2 mixed, 3f'39c.
HAY-I'nchanged; choice timothy tl5'0;
1 holce prairie, $10.7Stjll.UO; choice alfalfa,
$16 500 17 60.
HrTTER-l'niiianged; rreamerv, enlia.
2Ci-, firsts, 21c; seconds, 22c; packing stock,
EfiOS Cnchsnged to 5c higlier; current
receipts, new cases. $6 35; mls ellaneuu
rases, $". .30: ikmh herns, $5.06; storaK''
packed, $5 ,0.
Wheat, bu 4I.OH0 7l.'-A
Corn, bu 31 t A. 38.f
Oats, bu 6,010 ' s,UUl
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