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THE BKK: OMAHA, MONDAY, SKPTKMBER 13, 1913.
0 OFFKIIKI) FOH KENT. Store nml Office. FOTt KENT The office on ground floor ef The Use building occupied by the Havens-White Coal company. Frontage cn Farnam St and occupying about square feat, with extra entrance on the Court of the building. Lares vault Pin office fixtures for sale. Apply N. J' Fell. Dee office. NEW store bulldlr.g. 26x60. Steam heat 170S Jackson. 810 8. 13th St 22Vixw. Ill So. 10th. steam heat, $100. 1301 Douglas, 21xi0 feet, $10Q. 600 So. 13th St., brick. $25. JOHN N, KRRNZKlt. rpuglqa45M. BTOFtB on 16th St., near Chicago. I'. Stebblnaj jtffw Chicago. O. imu-K storeroom, 1KWV4 Webster, elec tric lighted,..' THOS. MT -lIAZEN,t7 McCague. ' Douglas 130Q. BRICK store rooms, tfe'ment basement, 1T01 ana HID Cilmlng St., 130,' and $35 each. THOS. V. JIAZKN, 207 McCaguo. . j Douglas 1300. 1307-9 Howard, tW. 2737 DaVeiuort, storo and steam heated flat above, $50. KING WALT, Urandels Thea. Bldg. OFFElUSp FOR SAIjE. furniture. - FOR SALE. FURNITURE High-grade furniture In first-class condition, consist ing of dining room, bedroom and living room furnishings. S14 So. 27th St. Phone Harney 1256. BLACK Iron bed spring, one 6x3 rug, 2 kitchen tables and n few chairs. Phono 117 S. 37th. Phone Harney 2102. $500 worth of furniture, compelled to sell; at a. bargain. Tel. Webster 7061. MISSION parlor set, mahogany set, combination writing desk, chiffonier, side board, sowing machine, cupboard, child's bed, baseburner. range, cheap. 1919 Clark. . Musical Instruments. ELECTRIC pianos. $125. 119 N. 15th. FOR SALE Instruments, parapherna lia and music for orche&tra. Apply Post Kxchange, Fort Omaha, Neb. Typewriter. RENT an L. C. Smith & Bros, type writer, visible, late model, back space key, guaranteed A No. 1 machine. L. C Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co.. 1S19 Par nam. Phone Douglas 2213. Remember, this Is new location. RENT Remingtons, Monarches and Smith Premiers of their maker. The Rem ington Typewriter Co., telephono Douglaa 121. Rental credited if you purchase and nnlv verv newest and highest grade ma chines sent out. Rates, 3 mos. for $5.00 for undcretroko machines or $3.00 por month for latest model visible writers. ALL makes typewriters rented and sold, easy terms. Butts' Typewriter Exchange. 1MB Farnam St. Douglas 6031. TYPEWRITERS for rent; 3 months. 5. CENTRAL TYPF.WR1TER EXCHANGE. RENT an Oliver typewriter, 3 months. $4. The Oliver Typewriter Co.. Doug. 2319. REBUILT and slightly used typewriters rented and sold on easy terms. Omaha Typewriter Exchange. 411 8. 15th St AIlscellnneonL. SAFES 2d-hand. American Supply Co. HALL'S safes, new and 2d-hand. Corey & McKcnzle Ptg. Co.. 1407 Harney. D 2641 Sx8 air compressor. 612 S. 14th. IUAI HSTATK. CITY PlUIPKItTY Villi SALK. to buy. sni.T, on. merer, piiist skh JOHN W. ROBU1NS. liWI FARNAM T. flMI.V JWO rn1i lmlonro n mtit: mod- era; 7-room new house. Harney 8917. S130 SO. 1STH A good house and lot: good place for n nice family. Very cheap. WEST FARNAM HOME. Owlnir to business Interests necessitat ing absence from city, will offer for sale new and thoroughly modern ten-room residence on. West Karnam hill. D. 147, Omaha. Bee. AS I am leaving city must sell my new 6-room house; modern, sleeping porch, hardwood finish throughout, beam cell ing, living room, dining room, full ce mented cellar nnd attic, inquire owner, 4110 Florence blvd. Web. 6052. TO BUILDERS AND INVESTORS. Two fine, lots. 40x115 each. Just off Far nam St. on West Farnam hill splendid location for brick flat or apartment house, only $5,950 for both. If you want a bar gain write C 219, caro Omaha Bee. NEW bungalow, oak. finish full and oak floors; cement cellar, best make of fur nace, large garage; walls nicely deco rated; every Improvement, 21st St., south of Ames Ave. Look It over Sunday. THOS. W. IIAZEN, 207 McCugue. D. 1300. DUNDEE New. first-class six-room house, 4942 Capitol Ave., Dundee. Oak finish first floor, birch second floor; oak floors throughout; living room has beamed cell ing and flno fireplace; dining room has paneled walls with heavy plato rail, also a well finished bullt-ln buffet; bath room whlto enameled with tllo floors and Keano cement walls. House decorated throughout First-class plumbing and Milton Rogers furnace. Conveniently lo cated, being between car lines, bouth front lot. W. H. THOMAS & SON 2iS State Bonk Bide. Douglas 1643. FOK SAliK Oil KXCI1AXGK K. K. FOR SALE OR BXCHANQI6. (1SS). 187Vi A., farm adjoining Burk mere, Faulk county. S. D. Every bit in crop; all In wheat this year, good yield. Price $50 per A.; mortgage, $4,000; best ot soli; lays well. Will exclmngo tor Omaha. Lincoln or Sioux City property. (190). SOo .teres splendid pra'.rle land near Coronation. Alberta, Canada. Vir gin prairie. Price $ft per A. Knc. $5,000. Will trade for good eastern Nebraska farm land, or for good Colorado Irrigated. (192). Stock of general mcrchandlso and fixtures, well located In splendid busi ness town In Seward county. Neb., In- olclnc Hiinrox matelv $12,000. Will trade for eastern Nebraska land. Will want part cash. KOll SALES FOH CASH. (1S7). Beautiful 12-room modern house. swellcst location In Lincoln; modern every way; garage and barn; beautiful grounds. Price $12,500, $5,000 cash, bal ance terms. (191.) Elevator: cnoscltv 25.000 bushels: fully equipped: gas oniilno: man-lift. etc.; splendid town In Seward county, Nebraska, on B. & M. railroad. Price $7,500. This Is a splendid opportunity for someone, wishing to engage in the urnln business. (1931. Swell G-room house. 34x411 In. cated In best nnrt nf TlnvM ctiv vi. Has bath, furnace, electrlo lights, citv witter, sewerage, right up-to-date. A bargain at $3,CW; half cash, balance terms. J. A. AnnoTT rn E04 City Nat'l Bank Bldg. Omaha. Neb $1,100 Four-room houso with good foundation, cellar partly cemented, electric lights, cast front lot, entirely fenced chlckon tight, about 3 blocks to car, screens and storm windows; will sell on $300 cash down, balance monthly. Two lots ad Joining may be had for $200 a lot. BEMIS-CARLBERG CO. 310-312 Brandcls Theater. $1,250 Neat cottage and full lot with barn ni w.rt ana lc streets. South Omaha; rent, $10: mortgage Build ing and Loan, $423. Will exchange equity for good clear lots or ncro age near Omaha or automobile, 1912 nr 13H $1,500 Two cottages In poor repair on 27th sireei near L street, opposite stock yards In South Omaha. Trackage lot; lot 20rl50. Houses rent for $18. but now vacant. Mortgage $600. Will exchange equity for Dundee lots or acreage near Omaha or will take 1912 or 1913 automobile In Dart nnvment. $10,000 Large 8-room brick house, steam neatcd, and ground wxi3z reet; cor ner, walking distance. Will ex chango for good land or acreago neur Omaha. $18,000 Six brick houses rented as eighteen apartments, 2 corner lots, income $2,400. Mortgage $7,000, long time, fi por cent. Will exchange equity for farm or acreage near Omaha. N. P. Dodgo & Co.. 15th and Harnoy Sts. 4107 IZARD STREET Seven rooms, all modern, full lot, paved, street; needs somo repairs; owner non resident; her price, $2,750; reduced from $3,200. Glvo us your offer and we will help you out. Birkett & Company POR sai.k. t rutin or rent. K or full section, good hay, grain and stock farm hlahlv Imtirnvpd: 125 miles from Omaha. Cacha-Creek valloy. Small payment down . . . , . . -fyr . ' V. t IHKC9 11. AUUITHS uwiier, Vlll. AVM ,,...- ney. Neb., Dawes County. 423 Bee Bldg. Douglas 4754. A MAP OF OMAHA STREETS, indexed, also Omaha Red Book, vest pocket size, free at our office; two stamps by mail. Charles E. Williamson Co., Real Estate, Insurance, care of property, Omaha. SWINOLEY & Q1PE, REAL. ESTATE. Have moved from 236 Bee Bldg. to fifth floor, room 540. WANTED Room and board In prlvato family by teacher nnd Invalid mother. Address E 306, Bee. Within cusy access to South Omaha. FOR SALE New and second-hand carom and pocket billiard tables and bowling alleys and accessories; bar fix tures of all kinds; easy payments. Tha Brdnswlok-Balke Collender Co., 407-409 6. 10th St Ileal ISstntc Truckage. 14TH AND JACKSON. Lot 66x132 at southeast corner 14th and Jackson Sts. End of switch. Price only 5W.WV. L. d. spauldinq. 1618 Farnam St, Telephono Tyler 100. IIANS of $1,000 and un desired on Im proved real estate Large loans a specialty. W. IE THOMAS, 22S State Bank mae. SAFES Overstocked; second-hand; all makes. J. J. DerlgM Safe Co.. 1212 Farnam. EMPTY InX barrels for sale. Apply Bee Publishing Co., 17th and Farnam Sts. KINDLING Wrecking Co. wood, $3. load. Gross A COMPLETE printing outfit to trade for auto. Obee, "Web. 3556. PERSONAL. Miss Fisher, maa bath, elec. treat D. "63. 63-DAY BLOOD REMEDY. Bexten pharmacy. 12th and Dodge. FOR SALE Kindling wood. National Box Co., 39th and Pacific. Harney H7 MANICURINO, face, scalp, magnetlo treatment. Miss DeBar, 1711 Dodge. THE SALVATION ARMY solicits cast off clothing; In fact anything you do not need. Wo collect, repair and sell at 131 N. 11th St.. for cost ot collection, lo the worthy poor. Tel. Douglas 4125 and wagon will call. O'CONNOR HEIRS WANTED. Information of the heirs of John O'Con nor or Connor, who was a Bhoemaker, supposed to have wife and at least two children living In western Iowa, north western Missouri pr eastern-Nebraska. Address with full information. N. H. Tun- nlellff, care of E. E. ThomaB, 816 Omaha Nat'l uanK, umana, xseu. NOTICE. I have changed my location to 214 Bolrd iilug., litn ana uougias. aits. ur. mi tenhouse & Shafer, Mass., Elec baths. Marguerite Halloran, massage. P. 7711. Massage, 1st it r.0, 1723 Dodge. Mrs. Steele, MAGNETIC treatment. E. Brott, isrj vinton. u. uuai. YOUNG women ccmlmr to Omaha as strangers are Invited to visit the Young Women's Christian association building at 17th and St Mary's Ave., where they will be directed to suitable boarding places or otherwise assisted. Look for our travelers aid at the union station. MARSAflP, Swedish movement. 411 W.iiDO.tJJH Bee mdg DougUs 637? 91 SUBSCRIPTIONS TO the L. H. Journal. $1.50: the S. E. Post $1.60; the Country Gentleman, $1.50, by Sept. 30. earns that $3,000 for the Invalids' Pension Ana'n. Your renewal contributes 50c 'Phone Douglas 7163, Omaha. GORDON, THE MAGAZINE MAN. PET STOCK. BOSTON terrier pups cheap. Doug. 3S56. KEAIi ESTATE. . ABSTRACT OF .TITLE. REED Abstract Co.. oldest abstract of fice In Nebraska, 206 Brandcls Theater. ACREAGES FOR SALE. Mr. Poultryman; lust the place you have been looking for; fine location for poultry plant; $20 down and $10 per month buys tnis 'io-acre tract; see us at onco, The Vogel Realty Agency, 1007 W. O. W, Bldg. CIVy l'HOl'EHTl 'OUJJAL13 Very Classy Home CLOSE IN 3012 DAVENPORTT-Tbls new frame and stucco house, just completed, lias large living room, dining room, kitchen, break fast room, refrigerator room, .back, entry on first floor, three well lighted bed rooms with large closets, bath room end sleeping porch, on second floor; large at tic, full basement larce. Carton furnace. laundry tubs, floor drain, beam celling In living and dining rooms, panel work Jn dining room, fireplace, bullt-ln bookcase and seats, downstairs oak finish, upstairs blieh with', oak floors, large south front lot facing on boulevard, tiullt by day labor by the present owner; Is. thoroughly mod ern and up-to-date; house will be open ror your inspection Sunday, Z to 7 p. m Price $8,000. Id AOR.l?S. on B. K. corner J4th and Puppleton, south of Dundee. This land is most sightly and wUl subdivide Into ai lots, uamoie quicxiy at fJJ per lot My price Is $IO,wo cash. Phone Red 2H7 5-ROOM. - strictly modern, uu-io-ume bungalow, bargain for cosh or will make terms; elegant location, iei. weoster ewo. FIELD CLUB distrlot Beautiful mod ern horpe. Large living room, dining room and ned rooms, tile uatli ana sleep lrg porch on eecand floor. Buy of owner and save commission. Easy terms. Tel. Harney 2216. REAL ESTATE. FARM A RANCH I,AM)S FOR SALPJ Cnnndn. FARMERS, why starve another vear? Come to tbo beBt mixed farming district In Alberta. 160 acres four miles from depot and twenty miles Horn Edmonton, Water and timber on place, sixty acres ready for plow. .Neighbors: American and German-American. $20 per acre, $1,200 cash, balance one and two years. it a. usiey, owner, naz AiDerta Ave., liamomoH, jvua. Culornao. 210-ACRE ranch, 10-room house, well and windmill, $4,ooo: good terms. J. C. Woodside, 800 Broadway, Council Bluffs, 1DWU. Montana. MONTANA IRRIGATED LANDS. Us rour carey riant ana secure a iso-acr 'arm In famous Valler country, whore wheat yields CO, oats 100, barley 65, flax 20 bushels per acre; no drouth, sura crops: lands produce splendid alfalfa and timothy; diversified farming Is carried on under ideal conditions. Write today for booklet valler tarm tsaics com pany. Box 1036. Valler. Montana Nebraska. FOR SALE Improved 200-acre farm. miles from Page. Neb., at $50 per acre If taken at once. Address 1 a3, uee. A FINE INVESTMENT. 100 acres adjoining one ot the best county seat towns In Nebraska; land Irrigated and In alfalfa; railroad track on north side, built up part ot city, with It R, depot; large new school building on east side, it is a line growing town 01 noout 3,5O0;(R. R. division point and Junction two branch lines; good scnoois, mores and banks: fine smooth land, just fall enough for good drainage. The alfalfa last year cut about 50 tons. The lncomo from this crop will make this a profitable place and the growth of tho city will make a fortune out ot It lor any one who win bold it ten years; per acre tor wnoio tract; $150 for half; one-hair cash. See us, MCQEE ltKAIi ESTATE CO., 105 Peorl St., Council Bluffs. Farms Farms Farms Driving ' distance of Omaha: bargains. Let us Bhow you the goods, All sizes, all prices, an terms. ORIN S. MERRILL CO.. Northeast Corner 23d and M Streets, South Omaha, Neb. SPECIAL FARM BARGAINS 160 acree high valley land; very rich productive soil; close to town; only S) miles from South Omaha; will lm Drove. Price. $115 Der acre. 90 acres, smooth laying upland; all good sou; wen improvea ana wen uept up oniy s mnes irom ttouin umana, .trice, iiw ner acre. 100 acres: fine laving upland: no ditches new improvements: 2 miles from gooa town; 16 miles from Omaha. Price $140 per acre. B0 acres; good smooth laying upland; all ?ooa son; rair improvements; 0 nines rom two good towns, 22 miles from umana. I'nce, iw per acre; let us snow you; answer toaay. GRAHAM-PETERS REALTY CO., 29 Omaha National Bank Bldg. Phone. Red 558. Omaha Neb. New York, 140 ACRES best wheat and stock land, good buildings, $6,500; easy payments, Geneva arm uo., Geneva, N. Y. Cata logue rree. THIRTY acres rich, level, loam, nearly now 8-room housa. pood barn. High Bcnuoi mm nine; -,twu only; vf uown uoneyq f arm uo., uenevq. N. Y. Texas. A CHANCE to buy farm land direct rrom tne owner, o,uuu acres ranch "and farm, situated eight miles from the guir ana seven mnes irom the railroad, Sixty miles N.-E. of Brownsville. Plenty of rainfall for growing crops, good ar tesian flowing, well water. Good climate winter ana sumnuir. a line tract to colonize. Will sell in a body or In 1,000 acre blocks. If Interested write quick (or terms 10 nox iiu. uaymonavuie. Tex, I HAVE nothing to trade, but have 15.382-acre tract which must go In. a body at lu.iM an acre. Also, St Joseph s Island, near Rock Dort Tex.. 32.000 acres, which must ba sold In a body at $10 an acre; only twenty days to sell it in at that price. W. lL Graham, uuero, Tex BAM? Oil n.TCUANOE It. K. INVESTMENT. $4,500. Completely furnished J-apartment housa. OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET f WW 'Ki?1 & Cattle for Week Steady to Higher Best Feeders Steady. H0QS FOR WEEK FIVE HIGHER Vnt Sheen nml I.nmli Fifteen to n lnnrtep Lntver for "Week Sheen nml I.nnili Thirty to Forty Lower. SOUTH OMAHA, Sept. 13, 1913. ntilS. ? Monday n.073 2.1S7 nrii , ! .'"esiiay 6,371 Off o h 5'"mW.. jw Official Thursday....... xm Official Friday.;..,. Estimate Saturday. .25.345 5.761 4S,l 7.SIS 29.006 S.S17 27.10 4,363 5.5S7 31,116 167,673 .777TT 3I.WR 121.376 37.037 K.SSS S6.4S2 72.2t 41,749 61,648 SO B7R 105.675 nr A;.fi l0WnS tltlo "'lows the receipts Om.hV'f.'. hw n"d sheep at th 8011th. llVo ,tock market rvr the year to date as compared with last year: CnMi. J91S 112- Inc Do. Ka"10 690.021 007.11(2 8.921 iV.K 1.914.943 2.292.754 347.PJ3 i,w,7SS 1.513.S60 155.938 The following tol.l. .)..... it... nt prices for hogs at South Omaha for tba m mi? uays. with comparisons: S?m d"Vs Inst week... 29,3?! k2S2 ' Hys 2 w'u ngo.22013 " ay W'ks, nK0.16,fi32 nmo days last year...2s,2i2 Bept 3. sept. 3. Bcpt 4. Sept. 5. sept Rent Sept. nept. ent. Sept. kept Sept. WANTED TO I1UV. WANTED Pool hall or other small business. Address, B 321. Bee. WANTED TO RENT. HEAL EBTATls rXJANS OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms. o'keefp: real estate CO.. 1816 OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglaa 3715. LARGE loans our araclalty. Stull Bros. WANTED-Clty loans and warrants. W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St ncf. CITY LOANS. Bemls-Carlberg ua. 510-12 Brandels Theater Bldg. HARRISON & MORTON. Big Om. Nat. $100 to $10,000 made promptly. Jr. IA Wead. Wead Dldg.. ISth and Farnam. GARVIN BROS. ffiaTat'" "WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co. LIVE STOCK MaIIKET OP WEST Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save mlleaee arid shrinkage. Your consign ments receive prompt una uaroiut ansa' ttnn. Live Stock Commission Merchant. MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg Date. I 1813. 1913 imi.1910.lW.l!)OS.119O7. 7 6754 8 83 7 604 8 27 7 C4U 8 24 7 73 8 23 7 S0V4 S 27 I 8 35 7 87W S 09U S 39 S W 8 36 7 7Si 8 3.S 7Kt s.a 7 S7H 8 38 7 12 7 471 7 OS 8 85 8 93 7 801 7 K7 7 S3 9 02 6 921 0 071 7 67 6 981 8 911 7 93 C 971 9 02 7 89 I 9 131 7 RS 7 01) 17 S3, 0 91 9 27 6 86 9 15 7 93 6 431 6 63 8 671 6 CI 6 61 5 6D 5 67 5 75 5 81 6 61) 5 8$ 6 64 C 69 6C 6 71 week ago. T ho market during the week has been In a good healthy and an en tirely satisfactory condition. Strictly good feeders have been In mod erate supply and prices on that kind pt sturf have shown little change through out tho weeK. On tho other hand re oeptu of the fnlr to pretty decent kinds havo broiigh about a downward teiulenc In values, tho market at the close ot tho week being lMl!5e lower Veal ralves havo been steady all the week and the same can bo said ot bulls and mixed butcher stock. quotations on cattte: flood to choice cornfed beef steers, $S20H9 3; fair to good cornfed beef steers. $7.90473.20; comma: tn fnlr pnrnfpd beef steers. $i.0Ofn good to cholco rango breves, t7.36fl7.75; fair to 7 25; common lug the heavy supply at the disposal of country buyers at reduced pries. Thli was to be expected, as lh big break In values was an added Inducement to country buyers to como to the market and get what they wanted. The ship n ent of feeding sheep nnd lambs to the country was the largest of nny week since the opening of the scanon, and the trnde Is still In a good, healthy condition it current quotations. While nil kinds of fcedcrtt broke badly In the fore part )0d nJ of tho week, owing to an Increasing de mand toward tho week-end, a part of the loss was recovered nnd the desirable lambs are now selling at $6 001M.50 nnd the common kinds nt tt.504t6.0t). or on n basis 30040c cheaper than a week ago. Feeding sheep suffered about the same decline. Quotations on sheen and lumbal Ijambs, S'MoT beevVsH j to choice. ,7 tMrr.SO; , Umb, , fa. ; to nmon to fair cotnfevl range beevej. ; f ood. earllngs, fair to ngs, feeders, U.iWf choice, i.JMft.iw; .wtf-i.s&l wetners, good to choice. ttood. i3.7Sifi4.00: ewes, feeders. $3.00113.60: cull sheep. $2.00 it $3.Wit.du; goou to cnoico ncuir, u j: iVrMVii. .. 726; fair to choice cows. $8.0Oif7.00; falrl Jo nV"ilc J,. tn rood irrades. $5.2he.00: common to cop.l, J8.Bf..50; jear lni fnlr crades. i3.2Mr6.00: cood to cholco ! "-"v. Welliers, good to Blockers and feeders. t0.SMIS.00; , fair t o : o " 1 good Blockers and feeders. $.2Sflfl.6; !L7irfc'-siPw'''' ... Mt. .,-.m ?r7(!wi tttnrir H.Ww4.1D: cwm. fair tn I'blUIIlUII III IHU niWnriP, w, it"if v.". 'w" cow ana hoirers, ?ithg.w; veai cnives, f&COG&fiO; bulla. ntuRft. tc, U-OOWDa with bolli packer and shippers picking 1 CHICAGO UVB STOCK MARK CT out the best nogs in tno ynrus ni iiricn 1 m, .cr?..'1!"1: V. JSSk X ?.r?m7nC7S I "" "'"1 "" nenernllr some salesmen thouaht that they secured Stendj. ns much as 5c advanco for n few of their CHICAGO, Sept. IS. CATTLE Re- best hugs. The rally sales wero largely ceipts, ,w head; market, steady; beeves, ot $7.8'.(i'7.tS and on up as high as $8.60 $6.Vfl9.26; Tcxns steers, $0.70ft7.80; west for n choice load of light shipping hogs, urn steeis, ta.txiji7.90; Blockers and feed- i.ess iniin nan 01 tne nogs were rom 1 er. jii.wn.w; cows and heifers, $3.70v wnen ine ninriit-i i-nmr 10 n. suiuicii kiiiiiu- , s.iiw; rnives, ?.v7Mlll.fin, tn 5 83 5 81 5 S3 6 S8 Sunday. CATTLE Thvl-n Urrn tin rntlln lirm today, or at least nothing of nny conse quence. For tho week receipts havo been ""hottjtli showing a considerable, railing off as compared with last week and n, j'cir ago. Tho arrivals, as a mat- icr ui L-utirso, navQ consisted ciuciiy 01 rango cattle, but tho proportion of stock good enough for dressed beef purposes has been small. As usual at this season of tho year, only a fuw corn fed cattle havo been coming forward, but among the numbct nas oeon Borne right good heuvy cattlo, Which sold.iiH hltrli un i!) nml Hiimn cholco yearlings, which sold at $9.30. tha latter price being- the highest paid thus fur this season, Prices have been firm every day. Range beef steers havo been In moder ate supply throughout the week. Feeder buyers have bees competitors with the lackers, with tho result that packers lavo been forced to bid up tho market In order to get anything like an ade quate supply of killers. Prices, In conse quence, at tho close of tho week are 15 Q25c higher than a week ago. Cows and helfsrs broke badly at the beginning of the week, but under the In fluence of froK buying, prices hava still. Pitekt-rs suddenly concluded that tjiey did not want hogs neuilv so badly ns they did nt the opening. For a con siderable time there was absolutely noth ing doing on the market. When the trade again livened up it was on a uasis 01 frices thai were wwo lower tn.tn eariy. rno late hogs told largely at S7.76if7.8n. Taking Into consideration the early urongtli and tno late wcamiess, tne mar ket as a whole was not so very much iirrerent from what it was yesterduy. although the top was 10c lower than the best Iiokb brought yesterday, and there were more sales nt $7.H3 and under than was tho caso yesterday. The receipts of hogs this week havo been fairly liberal, the total footlngtup a llttlo over 31,000 head, a decrease as ccmpared with recont weeks, but a slight increase over tno corresponnmg week Inst veiir. As tn Drlces. the horn snld about 5o higher than on Saturday last week, with tho top 100 higher. PH HEP Nothing arrived today. Re. celpts this week were by far the heaviest or the season, being somo 46,300 more than last week, and as many as 62,300 more than tho corresponding week a year ago. Tills week's supply was larger than any week last year but one, which was In October, tho receipts at that time umountlng to W.OXi head. However, the big end of the receipts consisted of feeders, nnd this prevented aty great slump on fat stuff, best gradcA of fat lambs at the close of the wcolt being quotable about 16tJ25o lower, with the ln-betweon kinds showing possibly a llttlo moro decline. Fat sheep followed ptetty much the saino course as Inmbs, and may also bo quoetd as 15fff25o att fro last week's closing prices. As usual, tlie bis bulk of .tho killers was made un of lambs, and whllo the mutton supply was sun itgnt, ewes greatly nutnumucreii wethers and yearlings, whlclfT-eorrtlnucd scarce. A strong demand for feeders was a feature of the trado this week, consider- $1;. 75 8.00; calipers, 3.tSfl5.00; calves, $7.00 yiO.00; bulls, stags, etc.. J5.0Oin.00. HOUH Receipts. 3.000 head: market. steady; heavy, $7ROBT.6S; mixed $7.S5fl 775; light, tT.76.00; bulk of sales, S7.64 St, Joseph lilve Htnek M'nrlcet. ST. JOSISPH. Bent. lX-CATTLIC.,!!. celpts lOi) head; market, steady; steers, $5.50tt8.Ss; cows and heifers, tl.00tf8.60; calves, fo.wd iv.w. HOOS Receipts lOo lower; top BI1KBP AND . LAMBS Receipts 600 head; market, steady; iambs, ts.oowl.CO. Lire Stock In Sight. Cattle. Hoes. Ploux City 1,500 3,000 Chicago 300 8,000 Kansas City 300 1,500 St Louts .' 2,000 3,000 St Joseph 100 2,300 South Omaha 26,315 31,116 1 IU.W. jelpts 2.30O head; matkt, 6 DP, $3.40; bulk, t7:05f8.40. ND . LAMB Receipts 600 Sheep. 'i',000 'l,000 600 167,673 Total 29,545 20,916 172,273 HOQS Itecnlnts. R.OOO hnnil! mnrkrt. generally steady; pigs, sr.tf60o lower; bulk of sales, $7.85ls.35: light, t-S.50JtS.PG: iiuxeu. ti.wwn.Mi: neavy, $7.45n8.50; rough $7.45177.70! pigs, tl.5O118.50. . SHEEP AND LAMBS-Rccolpts. 3,000 nead; market, steady: native. $3.40f?4.75: western, $3.CW4.70; yearlings, $4.8505.70; minus, native, t&.zsui.w; western, $5.7. 07.70. lintiMi" Cttr Mre Block Market. K ANSAS rriTV Qni 15 rATpf t.i. celpts 300 head;' market, steady; prlmo iro steers, ts.ovjiv.uu; uressed Deer steers, t7.501T8.50; western steerB. $6.40418.10; southern steers, ikSCSfUfl; cows, $3.75f n i . .- , ,i.uv,ja,iv, niiii nri p mill lt-n- ers, $5.23TS.W; bulls. t4.2otrs.CO; calves, $5.60 HOaS-Hocelpts. 1,500 head; market. lOo lower; bulk. $7.90tf8,25; heiu-y. $7.90478.20; packers and butchers. $7.9088.25; light, ti.iviin.a; pigs, t-I.7W7.ZJ. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts none; market, stendy; lambs, t6.754T7.45: year lings, t4.D0ffC.zit: wethers, $t!KI4.75-owes, $3,6044.00; stockers a.-id feeders, lt.0OtJ6.60. t. I.nnls S.tve Bttteic 'jlUrket. BT. LOUIS. Sept. IS. CATTLE Re ceipts. 2,000 head; good lo choice steers, $7.25Tf8.00; stockers and feeders, $1254f7.50; cows and heifers. $4.754f8.75! bulls, $3,754f 6.76 1 calves, $a.XXfl0.M; southern steers, $6.00477.76; cows nnd heifers, $4.!S06.6O. HOas Receipts, 3,000 head: market, 10a lower; pigs and light, $5.75W9.00; mixed and butchers, $8. 5039.00; good heavy, $8.40418.60. SHEEP AND LAMIIS-Recolnts. 1.000 head! market, steady; muttons, $3.54M.O0; yearlings, $3.0026.00; lambs, $6.5037.4$ Slaax City Live Stock Market. BIOUX CITY. la., Sept. 13, CATTLE Receipts, 1,500 head; market, steady; na- Cottnn Market. LlVEItrOOU Sept. 13.-COTTON-8pot, dull! prices steady: middling fair, 8.00d: good middling 7.7id; middling, 7.40dj low middling, 7.'lSd; good ordinary, 6.52c, or dinary, u.lSd: sales, 4,000 bales. Futures closed barely steady. Septem ber, 18.01c; October. 13.07c; November, 12.99c; December, 13.01c; January, 13.90c; February, 12.93c; March, 12.96c; May. 13.04c; June. 13.01c; July, 13.06o. NEW YORK, Sept 13.-COTTON-Spot steady: middling uplands, 13.20a; gulf, 13.45c. Market closeil barely steady under realizing with prices 10 to It points net higher. Coffee Market. NEW YORK. Sept. 13,-Thore was not much business In the coffeo market to day. Opening was steady at unchanged to 3 points up. Later prices showed a tendency to oase off. There appeared to bo no Important chango In tho gen eral situation. The close was steady, net 1 point higher to 3 lower. Sep tember, 8.45c; October, 8.47o; December, 8.64a; January, 8.72o; March, 8.93c; May, OOdc; July, 9.17c. Spot, quiet! No. 7 Rio, 9 Vic; Santos No. 4. lllic; mild, dull; Cordova, lijl6o nominal. Oils nml Rosin. NEW YORlC, Sept 13.-COTTONSEE.il OIL Markot easlor; prlmo summer yel low, $7,60; Octobor, $7.29: December, J6.S8; March, $7.03. ROSIN Market quiet. TURPENTINE Market steady; ma chine, barrels, 42c. Metnl Mnrkei. NEW YORK. Sept. 13. METALS Mar kets quiet and moro or less nominal. Lake copper, $16.87H417.00: electrolytic $16.76 16.87M; casting, $16.0Oyl.63V4. Iron: Un changed. BT. LOUIS, Sept. IS. METALS Lead, caBler, $4.63. Spelter: Steady, ts.75. Hvnpnrnted Applea nnd Dried Frolte NEW YORlC, Sept 13.-EVAPORATED APPLES Firm; fancy, 8HBic; choice 7WI8c; prime, 61Sr,c. DRIED FRUIT-Prunes. steady. Apr!- cots, steady; peaches, firm; raisins, firm, Knanr Market. NEW YORK, Sept. 13.-SUOAR-naw, steady; muscovado, 3.36c; centrifugal, 8.76c; molasses, 3.01c; refined, steady. tiEGAJj NOTICES. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. ei,i nmnnnnln will be received at tho office of tho Board of Commissioners of State Institutions until 9 a. m., Satur day. September 27tli, 1913, for furnishing supplies for quarter beginning October 1st, 1913, for Hospitals for Insnno at Lin coln, Hastings and Norfolk. Feeblo Minded Institute at Boatrice, Soldiers' and Sailors' Homes at jumoru una urann Ieland, Industrial Schools at Kearney and Geneva, Industrial Home at Mllford, Hos- pital lor urippiea i;nuureii unu i-enuen-tlary at Lincoln, Hospital for Tubercu lous at Kearney, School for the Blind at Nebraska Uity ana ueai insuiuie ai Omaha. Each bid shall be accompanied by a certified cnecu ior live per cent of the amount thereof, payable to the Board, ana oy Bampies wnen requesicu. Checks of unsuccessful bidders will bo Immediately returned, as will also those nr fnicrensful bidders upon acceptance ot a bond conditioned upon the performanco of the contract, rne uoara reserves me right to reject any or an uiub ana to accept bids in tneir entirety or uy in dividual Item. Address proposals to tho "Board of Commissioners of State Insti tutions. Lincoln. Neb." Bids will bo opened and tabulated on Saturday, Sept. 27th, 1913. Beginning on Monday, Sep tember 29th. 1913, nt y a. m., tne lioarn will meet to consider and pass upon all bids presented, beginning with classifica tion No. 1 and proceeding with tho dif ferent classifications tn their numerical order and continuing from day to day until all bids have been passed upon. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF STATE INSTITUTIONS. Lincoln, Nebraska, Septomber 11th, 1918. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. Scaled bids will bo received at the office of the City Clerk at Schuyler, Nebraska, up to September 23, 1913, for the following: Pointing standplpe Inside and out. Di ameter 12 feet, height 100 feet. Painting smokestack. Diameter 3 feet, height 60 feet. Painting smokestack. Diameter 3 feet, height bO feet. Painting roof of power house, about Z.&00 square feet. SlldlOt NEW YOniC GENERAL MARKET WILL trade fine Irrigated land In northern Colorado for good hardware stock. Address tiox 115, Windsor, Colo. OL'R exchango book shows how to sell. always rented for $57 50 per month. Only Bn?" Jna y, block from Harney car. A very Jn- bnin LO- omana. jscd. usual opportunity ana wortn iiivesncat- will trade nne irrigated land in lag. Jr.ortii'rn Colorado for good hardware PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY, t'orK Aidreas l'rj p. Windsor, Colo. Warn Block. U. lTai. I ADD M YORK FARMS Qnotntloii of the Dny on Various Commodities- NEW YORK. Sent. lS.-FLOUR-t Quiet; spring patents. t4.604J4.70; winter siraignts, M.10M4.20; winter patents, $i.w 4.00: snrinir clears. tl.0OS4.2O: extra No. 1 winter, $3.553.75; extra No. 2 winter WHEAT Spot market barely steady No. 2 red, 9Cc; No. 1 northern Duluth. new, BSe; September, SOHo; December, vmc; May $1.0214. CORN SDot. steady. cxDort. 83V4c. OATS Spot, dull; standard white. 49 049 Wc. HOPS Quiet; state, common to choice, law, jayssc; 1912, 184T20o; Pacific coast, 1913, 224f24c: 1912. 18fu22c. HIDES Stoady; Bogota, 31Vi32c; Cen- irai America, mmiAic. LEATHER-FIrm; hemlock firsts. 29 730c. PROVISIONS-Pork. steady; mess, $3.25 4738.75; family. $24.504i2&50: short clears. $20.00a22.CO. Beef, steady; mess, $17,600- is.wi; lamuy, tia.uoasu.oi). cut meats, steady; pickled bellies, 10 to 14 pounds, I14.OOM6.00; pickled hams, $16.00. I.ard. easy; mlddlu west. $11.204211.30; refined. barely easy; continent, $12.00; South America, $12.50; compound, easier, $9,504? 9.75. TALLOW Easy; city, 6Hc, nominal; country, vv7io, special, d-C. t r t 'r-rr' 1 1 a&H.l... .. n i . .aim .... creamery extras. SWlVic; firsts, 2Sycoc, state dairy, finest, 294230c: good to nrltna. 26H47'28o; process, firsts. 264fr2Cc; Imitation creamery, first 25T254c; factory, June make, firsts. 21 02! Vic; factory, current make, firsts, 2lc; packing stock, June make. no. i. zsvic CHEESE Firm: recelDts. 1.135 boxes: state whole milk fresh colored specials, 15)i(tl6c; white, UHtjlic; white and col ored, average fancy, 15Vic; skims, 12VQ jave EUUH-f'lrm; receipts, U.9W casoa; fresh gathers extras, SlCtSSc; extra flrstn. ZuiHWc: first. XOIXa: Pennsyl vania and nearby hennery, white. 38042c: gathered whites, 3&$ir7c; weatern gathered whites. 'Jbtrxc. POl'LTRY Live. steady: webtern ehlrkens, 16VfiKr; fowls, 14(1' turkeys 16c dressed, stradv. fresh killed western rh'kens. V,':, fowls, ll't IV t.rkrys lS'ijMc Are You Sure you are Folks The Food that is giving the Little Best for them? TOU know how important it is that children should have the right kind of food. WASHINGTON CRISPS is the sensible food for growing children. It has a perfectly de licious taste and is remarkably nutritious and strength-giving. Thousands of American mothers let their children have plenty of WASHINGTON CRISPS. They know the crisp golden corn flakes are easily digested and soon make rich red blood. You and the youngsters should eat more WASHINGTON CRISPS and less meat and other heavy foods you'll soon feel the improvement. The purity of WASHINGTON CRISPS is beyond question. They are prepared in spotlessly clean mills by automatic machinery, untouched by human hands. It's economical too 12 more than any other cereal food for 10c. Order a package from your grocer today. The whole family will like it better than any cereal food they ever tasted and they'll feel better too. Your grocer will be glad to Bend it Washington CRISPS 10c Pacltage of Toasted Corn Flakes JQ