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SATURDAY, JULY 7,191 T.
STUCK MARKET
FEATURELESS
Extreme Dullness Marks I*ite
Trading on >cw York
Exchange
Ni;\v YOUK, July 7. -Tli«» New
Xotk I'vening Sun financial review
T'rldn) Mini
At best tin- slock market was an
Inconclusive an<l unsatUlaetory a*
lair today. It resembled Immedi
ately preceding so: ton in that the
bulk of sub s whs made by profes
sional trailers and the scattered cov
eting operations by tins movement
were primarily responsible for what
ever advances quotation# made. The
market was more active than yes
terday, trading timing the first hour
being particularly brisk, during
which period man; oi the best
prices ot the day were recorded
The market is going thru one ot
Its customary cycles of doubt and
confusion of thought. Traders are
waiting but art- not sur> for what.
Kxtreme dullness marked the late
trading with final prices near yes
terday's closing level. A few spe
♦ •laities, however, were conspicuous
for rhi ir wide price movements.
Trading in the Liberty bonds was
quite active at steady prices Oth
* i wise this department of the mar
ket was quiet and featureless.
Detroit Stocks
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Oil Has Advanced to
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Price Will Advance to
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New York Stocks
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Quotations by llurntdower A Week*,
July 6 Open High I*<»w Close
Ad\ Hum . |>fil .’*i 2* 2* 25
AlunKh *•<•)<!.. 5*4 6*4 6 f> *4
Ali'kn Inn,.. 4,4 4 $
Alim Chaim ... 2»4 2*4 2k 4 2? 4
Am. Agrt. ... H3 93 / 92 92'+
Aim i Can ... 43'* 4''4 4K’j 4*%
Am. C. & K... 76 \ 76 754 7«
Am Ht Pound. 7nK 704 70 7«**.»
Am. Cot Oil.. \i> S7 87 37
Am. 11. A- I*. 13‘, i:i'> 13V, 134
Am. I,inp>ed.. 28 •* 24 28% 2*4
I )o, pfd. ... 00 tin A, 60 40
Am. I*m uin... 70 7<ia, 70 7o
Oil. pfd. ...103 >4 103 4 103 A, 103 A,
Aru. S A Rof.-lOIV, 1054 1041, I Os. A*
Am Sug. Kef..ll*4 118 'a 111>« Uha,
Am. y.im- .... IIS 314 HS 31S
Am. Meet Hu* 91 01S >1 91%
Am. T. * T... 121 121 120*4 12o\
Am. Woolen.. 62 4 624 62 A 4 62%
Anai'onila ... 19 7f% 7*4 71) 4
Atchlaon . ...100 ion H*) ion
At 1. < 'oh it I* 108 10HA* 10H 10HA4
A G. A W. 1.106 106 102 103 ’i|
Raid. Uniirn.. 71 72A* 70% 71
Halt A uhlo. SB% 69% *9 4 *9%
It. St. dana 8135 136% 132 4 185 4
Hr.ink R T. 6*l % 67 661* 6* \
Butt* A Sup,. 4n 40 30 : » 3'.* 4
Can. Parlfle. ..15*4 169 list, Jf.9
Central l-euth. 93 ', D2 4 92 4 M
Caro dr' Han.. 34 4 34 4 34 4 34 4
A ha*. A Ohio 5!*4 59 4 6* 4 69
Chand. Mot... 7» 7*i4 764 77 4
Colum. Ga*... - 41 414 404 404
Cht Ot. Writ 11 11 11
C. a Northw‘t lox T>k 10S 10S
C . M. A St P. 66 4 «-i'4 66 67 > J
C.. It 1. A Car. 33 4 33 4 824 33 >4
C.. CCA S. 1* 364 364 3.. 4 354
Chile Copper. 21 4 214 214 214
chlno C0p..,, 65 66 4 64 4 64 4
Colo. Fuel.... 60 4
Cuh. Am. Su* 18.'>4 1164 I*s 4 I *64
c.»na ilna. .. . 108 At l"*4 10*4 1084
Corn Trod. 14. 33 4 34 4 83 4 314
I »o, pr-1 ... 97 4 974 97 4 ''7 4
A.’rut: St A*o. . *64 *74 *5 4 *64
l*o. pfd ...1024 102 4 1024 1". »
Cuban c. Hu*. 414 424 414 <2 4
DA 14 O. pfd 13% 134 I*4 13 4
Dial! Si-. 111... 21'* 23 4 20 4 23
1»..1ne Mine*.. ll** 11** 11** 11**
Dlle com ... 214 24 4 24 4 24 4
1)0. IHt pfd 334 3*i 36 4 36
1>... 2nd pfd. 2* 4 2*4 2*4 2*4
D-'ii Kin- ....159 169 169 159
n 14 A* lln 4 110 1114
D K Goodrich. 45 ! » 46 464
Ot North pfd 102 1024 1014 in:
Gt North Ore 314 31% 31 314
til ant,) *34 M 4 *34 *34
Gulf Staten S 12.1 4 124 123 4 121
luepl Cop 614 614 6"% 61
Int- r Met.... 9 9 9 9
Do. pf,l .. 64 4 64 4 64 4 64 4
lilt Me 1 Mar . 27 27 4 26 4 27 4
Do. pfd »J \ *4 4 *l4 *4 4
If l Nickel. 40 A* 404 394 39\
Ini Taper .. 36 36 34 4 34 4
Kan < \ South 214 214 214 214
Kent Cop . 44 4 4»4 43 \ 44%
Kelly Sp* Tl. 4 6 4 6 4 6 4 6
Lark St Cos ... 94 4 944 93 94
1.-hlgh Val 61 4 61 4 61*« 614
L. a Na*h 125 125 125 125
Maxwell Mo 164 46 44 4 45
Do. 2nd pfd 29 4 2* A, i* 2*4
.'lev pot 9*4 99 \ 97 4 !»*
Miami Cop. . 40 4 41 4 0 T * 41
Midvala fit 1.114 61 so 80%
M. St T A S M H 4 102 1"2 102
M.nnourl new. 2*4 29 2*’t 2*4
N Kn a St ... 5*4 39 4 3» 4 39
Nevada c m 33 23 22 a* 22%
Norf A We*t 1214 12*2 1214 122
No Ith Pa. , 99 4 994 994 99 4
N Y An Hr..l3* 13* 13* 13*
N Y «’en *74 * *6% *74
Ohio Cttv Gan 124% 1264 123%, 1244
Ta.' Mnl! . . 2* 2* 2* 2*
T* nn . 514 52’ M 4 5?
I ,'op Gan 76 \ 76', 754 754
I'll tn i’i al . 53 53 62 4 62 4
I 1 e* St i*fti 74 74 74 74
Pullman lto 140 139 139
ltn\ Conn 27’* 2* 27 4 27 4
If p I A St 91 '* 91 4 90 4 91
Do. pf.l luß p'3 10.3 108
loading c. ni 92’■* 93 4 92 4 92%
Siivon M, I*>% 194 16', 19 \
''cun It k ID'* I***, l*.s I*6
Sh'il-Arll. . 25'* 26 4 25 4 25 4
Smt la;r nil It', It', 4?a, 434
Sloftn-Shef 57 57 67 57
s. nth lac 91 4 92 91', 914
S' 'ii* h lly . 25', 26 25 4 2*.
Slude Corp . 58 4 6*4 55** 67 4
SmU M"I"I 3 9 39 3* 3k
T. on Cop 17 4 17'. 17 4 17 4
Trvaa Cos . 211 4 213 211 * 2134
1. an T«C 15', 15’, 16', 15',
Tobacco Trod 60 4 60 7, 60 60 4
I nh>n Th. 133 133', 137 1334
foiled Hlnv 45 A* *54 t 4 45'*
fnl Ctg Sire 108 |OS to*, 106
Cnind Fruit 182'* 132 4 H«4 1314
C S Huh 674 5*4 57', 6*',
t s Steel com. 1284 1274 1284 1264
Do. pfd .1174 1174 1174 1174
I s*eel 5* 1"4 4 1044 1044 1044
c s Ind Al. . 155 4 159** 151 157',
Ttah c..p 10*\ 100 10*4 lo**.
Air Car ch-m tl'* 414 414 114
Wahanh pfd A 19 4 9 19 19
’Vahafth pf I Ft 254 26', 251, "Mi
Wr-ftt innh'i'inr 49’* 60 194 49?,
Wlllv.-O rnm 314 3? A* 31 71'*
\\ eat Mary 20 20 % 20 ?0 4
Went Cnton . 04 94 94 04
Wilson Pack . 6*** 69 6*** 69
Motor Stocks
'
Quotation* hy Wm. A N'ecr A Cos..
July 6 Hid Aa It
Ajax Rubber C*
Auto Wneel .04
Brlncoe Motor -9
chandler Motor 72 75
Curtlne Aeroplane .... 414 l-'i
Duplex Motor 14'.*
I<'«dfra I Motijt 38 *"
Kit intone not, com . 121
Do. preferre 108 107
Flak Tire A Huhber.... 74 7*
1,0, preferred 103 10*
Flnher H* d> 3*4 2.8
General M'.tora 1114 It'.,’'4
Goodrich Tire 46’% 46'*
Gntidyeur. Tire a Huh. 2"l 205
Grant M >t »ra 3 64
Hupp Motor 2'* 3'*
International Motor ... 5
Kelaey \t heel 30 3*
Kelly-SprlnuMcld Tire. 48 4 *7
Do. preferred *7 %
t. Tire a Huhber.. . 16 I*4
Mitchell Motor* 40 611
Motor Product* 25 4U
Na“h Mot ora 78 85
Pierce-Arrow 10* 414
pee lie e* Motor ....... 13 17
Portage Kubber 158 162
Pie .1 O-r.lt* 1314 13 54
Republic Truck 71
Stewart-Warner Speed. 62*34
Savon Motor 15 18
fwlnehart Huhber .... *0 *5
Signal Truck 1*
StrotiiberK Motor 25
Sprinafleid |to<ty .... 60
Sluts Motor 37 4 ....
Tnlte.l siate« Rubber.. 674 6*
Tnlted State* Huhber.. 6* 6*4
t'nited Motor* 26', 25S
Wlllya-Overland 314
Do, preferred 91 92 4
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Sugar Market
*
ftaaara - Detroit wholeeale prlcea:
Cryptal domlnoe*. 2-lb , SIS; do. 9-lt*.
112; Kagle tablet*. |l9.7ft; cut loaf.
BD> 15; cube*. $9 45, XXXX powdered,
19; standard powdered. $9 95, granu
lated, extra entree. $8 65; do. fine. In
hulk. $9 60; do, 25-lh cotton*. $9 7ft;
crystal domino gran. 2-lr>. nml 5-|h.
carton*. In caaea. $9 0. cryattl domi
no gran., II K case*. $9. diamond A.
s**ft, confectb'ner* A. I* 15. No. 4.
$9 50, No 5. $9 46, No. «. $9 40; No. 7.
89.8.9; No. 9 $9.10. No 9. |9 25. No Ift.
»8 2ft. No. 11. $9 15. No. 12. *9 Ift. No
13. $9 05 No. 11. $9.03; No. 16 s9fts;
non-raking mixture $9 sft. b**t gran,
ulated. 19 4ft per too |h* ; nouaehold
I'fiwd., T«. 2 4 to t a*e, |2.4ft; do, 4 9
to ca*e. |t.76 per ra*e
4 Hit 44.41 nI rnill M4lt K FT
CMICAtIO. July 6 Fxtra*. 17e;
n»*t* k 164 c, dairy \traa. BRff.t*e;
flrata. *27s 844 c. Fgga: Prime ordi
nary, 2MI 10c; flr«ta.
chee**. Twin*. 224*f2*c; young
America*. f.lve poultry
Fmrt., »»"' enek* t*
to 14c eprlngft. 22 9 29c. turker*. sdo
Pntatoe* Receipt*. 10 ear*, new. |2
Cl 2 25. old. $1 257$ 1 50,
Peiattag—tke plain neat kind-tan!
la Hskt—Tinea Jab Dept —Mala 4AM.
Grain and Provisions
* j
'' ■ "
DhTRtMT. July 0 \Vha«t had a
Mini ton*- .*t the opening an<l Detroit
futures were Jr higher, with <a.*h
quiet and'Unchanged, l.iv»r|i«iol was
• any. The iharkeV here wax steady
to firm In nil the grain*.
Tha market is stiengthened by
• harp competition for what remain*
of the old <<>rn crop Distiller* nr*
active buyer* and uppear willing to
nay almost «n> pin* The market
lipctnin go coniPdnl Thursday that
trading In July rorn wa* prohibited
hy the director* of the Chicago
Hoard of Trade orul <« settlement
price fixed at fl.ti There li* be
lieved to he n good - atxed ahort In
terest In July corn. lixporter* are
in the market and Chicago house*
consider rorn a good purchase. In
the lietrolt corn market demand la
unite active and there la acareelv
anything offered. <>ata are etiong
alao and In hn*k demand. The aitu
ufton In hoth corn and oata l« con
• idered bullish.
Liverpool |a Inclined to consider
the American wheat strength of
Thursday simply speculative. The
feeling on the other aide continues
1 any owing to liberal foreign offer*
and Increase In stocks <’a*h -wheat
In Detroit lx not active. Little la
offered and buyers do not want any.
Flour la quoted lower, hut there la
an advance in both corn and oata
fed*. Wheat was strong nearly all
day, hut .lid- not hold all the gain.
At Jhe close cash wheat was un
changed and the future* were 47j5c
higher.
Corn gained lc, oata and raah
beans Sc. Ilya lost 6c and ulalke
seed declined 20c.
Friday's wheat quotation* cash
\‘nr red. |2. July opened with
a gain of 2c at s2.o!', advanced to
12.11 and closed at SJ.I '. S*-pt<-mbei
opened at $1 92. advanced to $l ‘.o», de
clined to |1 !<.! and closed at 11.9 4,
No J white, $33 '<
Friday’s rna/*e grain quotations -
Corn, cash No 2. It 10: No, 2 yellow.
|l.*2, No. I syellow, >1 ’ i o‘| Oats
dtundard, 75c; No. 3 white. Tl'fec; No.
4 white. 71 *>*c. It-e Cash No. 2,
|2 2'h ltean.> Immediate and prompt
shipment 9*4 2.3 hid Or tuber, $8 30
hid seeds: Prime red clover. 110.80,
Oi'tolMT, 111 .70, ala Ike. 911.20, timo
thy. I s.l 80.
Receipts In the Detroit market on
Friday were 1,000 hhla of flour, .1
cars of wheat. 2 of corn and 1 of
oats. Shipments were 1.000 bhla of
flour Slocks are 1X9."00 hu of wheat.
Sl.oiMi im of corn. DM.OOO hu of oats
and 12.000 bit of rye.
Primary wheat receipts were 33',-
o(*0 hu. HKnlnst 7U8.000 hu a year ago.
Kxporta of wheat and flour Friday,
2 40,0 (0 bil.
Uecelpta of wheat Friday: Pu
lufh,. 38 « ir s a gam si 3'J a oar ago
Minneapolis. 131 cars against 2 ft V
W innipeg. 438 car* against 811, Chi
cago. DM cars, against 42.
t III! tl.O (.It 111.
cHH'ACHi July 8 Opening
Wheat. July lip lc, September Up
2‘»e Coin July out of market
September up K «c December up So.
Data July up S' - , heptemher up
5%c. December up r '«c Provisions.
St cady.
Noon Wheat Tiilv up lc Septem
ber up 1 c Corn: September down
' 4 C December up * <-. <>ats July
down 2September down l\<v De.
• ember down J Sc. Provisions slight
ly lower.
Cfoae Wheat July up 2c Sep
tember mi' hanged. Corn Septeni
bei flown \i December down 1 >*c
«»ats July down .Ic, September
down -''j' - . Decent her <!<>wn 2'j<\
i’rov : “ions genera 11> lower.
<)v. fations by Psin* Webber A Cos.,
Julv fi: Open High Low Close
\Vhca t
Jiilv 2 l 0 J in 2 Ift 212
S'pt 1 :• 2 t ••(•, 11 1 vs
Corn
sept. I 5;, *, 1 .•.**» 1 54 S 154 7 *
De. I 18', I I S IMS 1 14 \
(>at a
July 88 8S 85 85
Sept 58"» .34 5 4'»
I iei 58 \ 58* t 58 •» .•B*4
For k
July 48 If*
Sent 40 on pi is 59 83 .3;• *5
lard--
•I uI \ 21 n: 21 17 21 o: 21 07
Sept. :l C. :1 53 21 32 21 35
ilibe
Julv. 21 77 21 85 21 82 21 82
Sept. 21 87 21 I*2 21 70 21 70
TMI.KIMI t.H \I \
TOLKPO, Julv 8 Closing prices;
Wheat i ash |J ’S. July, 9910. Sep
tember. 11.03 Cnrr
July, S|,BS September. $1 5* Decem
ber, $1 1.3 (iats Cash, 72t*c, Julv,
7f*c; September 58c. Itve (’ash.
I. 15 I’lovergeed: (’ash 4’l 0.3. (>c
t to i . 11l 80; December. sll 80. A1 -
' s k»' Cash. sll.lO Timothy '’ash,
$3 5’.. Mutter Brick creamery. ISWyc;
tub creamerv 30c. Fgg* Fresh
candled, 35c; fancy selects, 37c. Hay
l'n< hanged.
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Livestock
S..M - | I. I J
MM IIM. 4\ 4K.\ rR%L ITOt KI 4RIIB
DKTRCMT July f, Cattle Steady;
best heavy at»era. slO3lll hest
handy weight butcher steers. s:*'d'
'•75. mixed -teer.< and heifers. $8419.
handy light butchers f' •» 8
butchers. I'i ■i ||, ii;, best c.-ws, 97.509
8. hut. b» ii own, $8.50tj7; common
cow«. sß*jt>si). cannera, 159.3.80; best
heavy bulls SS. bologna bulls. 979
7 5". sto. k bulls. s''•'s> 7. feeders. Ik'd
;». stocker«. $ 7 x milkers and
spvlnaets, 95047110. Veal calves Mar
ket steadv best grades. $15tj1.3 25,
uthera s.'u it Sheep and 'ambs Star,
krt steady, bf-i lambs, $lB 50. fait
lambs. $1 Mi 1.5. light to common
lambs. 112'dll. vending* 910012;
fair ♦< I sheep. culls and
common. *'■■■•' l|og« Market steady,
pig* sl4 dll 2-3; mixed grades. 11 ft -ft*
15 75.
s■; %s’| ni FFAI.n I.l\ K BTOI K
FAST BIFI AM*. N. V. July 8
Cattb Receipts, 1.30 market fairly
active, steady prime steers. 111”!/
13 50. butcher grades. s7fli 12. cows.
|3 .30f( :* 7 .
Calves Receipts. 8.50; market ac-
II \e. 75- higher, cull to choice. $541
1 8.50
Sheep and lambs Rereipts, .300.
mark-t stcar|> choice lambs. $15,257/
15.50, i till to fair. SB4/I.*; j cal lings.
9104/13 sheep, 95 ft 10.2 3.
Hogs Receipts, 3,200.- market ac
tive, 54/25c higher 'oikers, 9!5 5M$
18 25, pigs $1 • 73 4 f i:, 25. mixed. 918 25
4118 3.3. heavy. $p 1*47 18 10; rough*.
914914 25. stngs. $12,504/13.
t 111 l 84.0 1,1 VF BTOI K
fNR»N STOCK YARDS CinCA(lf)
HI.. Tune 8. Hog- Receipts. 18.000,
market alow, general!' *c higher
mixed and butchers sllß3 4/ 1 * good
heavy. sl4 8"t? 18 05 rough heavy,
$1 455 914.75; light $1 4 50fi 15 70 ptg«,
$1147 1 4 25. Cattle Receipts, 2.0f)0
market stead'', hee'es. s43of/|500;
cows and helfera. $5.404/oRo. cal'es.
slO4l 14 50 Sheep Receipts 3 000;
market afeady to strong native
$7.75 4/ lO 75 : western. 98 I*.flll
lambs. slO4l 18 80, weatern. 910.304$
16.50.
n.rvr.Mvn i.ivr stock
Cf.KVF.T.AND. July 8.—llogg; Re
celpta. 1.500; market active and
rtreng; yorkers. 915 804 t j 5 9o mixed.
91 5.054 T 18 mediums 9184718 10. pigs,
iit 2541 14 50; rough*. IH stars.
912.75 Cattle Receipts. 1.30. steady.
Sheep and lambs Receipts. 200. mar
ket steady. Calves Receipt*, 150;
market steady; top. $lB
TOl.rno 1.1 VF STOC K
TRIiEDO. July 8 Receipts
light market steadv heavies. siß'if
18.10; medium*. sls 9047 18 vorker*.
$1 4 50915,78 good pig*. 914914 80
Calves Market sfcad\ Pheep and
l#n>bs MaVket steadv
ill imi r.t.ti*
Rutter Fresh creamery first* 10
tub* were ..ffeiefl sf 28'$r with 35«9e
best bid.
Fggs Fresh Michigan flr*t* *n
shipping case*, 50 crate* wvte offer
ad at 33r. with 32S r bid In new
cisea 108 crates *ert offered at
IS*tc. with 32\c bid.
DETROIT TIMES
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Produce
—*
Th" produce muiket *howed t*' l
i hange <ta t<> ijuot ii t lon* nnd lit 11•• or
non** a** to condlttoti*. The market
In getting rlrun up shipment* 'f
at/rawbcrrieg from several directt'»rm
and was well nupplled with a niigeel
-lan e < ii* lot of fruit. H**rri-•• of othei
varieties ari* a 11111 *■ scare# Just at
pre*« nt l»iit the supply of mrlon* la
ample and th** demand iictite. ( ’h'
jurat" mark'd in a lit 11 unaettl'd
*t"'k f'-r future slilpni'-nt i* t"-'i>-
offe.ed at luwfi price* limn that now
In thr market mid Irndn to undulv
jo\v Jobbing i ri' e* nt timri. poul
try buttri mid ar« steady and
ge nr rally firm.
\pplr* N'mi, 12 " 0 box.
ll* hi* >looO iliippint •torlt,
Ir>r Vj lb
flriinn Dried Uma>, !7c lb.
Mcrrie* 11 uc k leherrle*, $4 per 14-
qt ton* . red raspberries. 24 pta. >4.
black rnspbirrlea. 24 <jtn. $4 50.
4 allfornla Fruit* Cherries. >2009
3. pea< h*-n. $2; apricot*. $2.75, plunt*.
$2.75 per box. '
Drranrd Calve* Fancy, country
dressed 20 ii 21c; choice. 18 011 c: com
mon. ItOlfr* lb. _
Prruli Vegetables Radishes. l n 9
30c do* • parsley, 25tHOc do*.: cuoum
o*is. hot house, 85ctt$l; carrot*. 3"c
do* . cauliflower. S3 < & do* . cabbage.
$-.70fr.'i23 crate, tomatoe*,. $225 per
4-haj*K*t crate; a spurn gun, aeotlon*.
$142 1.25: lettuce, 75c bu; green on
ion*, 2 rt c do*.; green pea*, home
grown. $2.7503 hu.
Grape Fruit s4i>Oos per crate.
Honey—Fancy white, lifiltc; ex
tracted. 90 10c in.
Hay--Detroit nhlppere are paying
the following price* for baled bav In
car lota, f o. b. Detroit: No. I timo
thy. $17.50® 11; standard timothy,
tie 10ft 17; light 1-n‘xed. li«S°«l7.
No. 2 timothy, $1I.I5V1(: No. 1 mixed.
$«4 60#/ (5. No. 2 mixed, slo9lli No
1 clover. $12.60614; rye etraw. $10.60
611. \rh-at and oat straw. $9 6001°
per ton
I.eiiMin* >.*> 76® 625 per box.
l ino s-$1.1001.25 per 10"
Melons Hock>'ford*, ponies, $
atandard*. $7 s'*. watermelon*,
45< each
luti—Walnut*. ’ft-ysic; almond*.
19020 c; filbert*. Ib«*l9c: Braills
I*o 20c; pecan*. 160liic lb.; nut
meats. C-lb. carton*, xlmonun .*oc.
wainuts, 55c; pecans 8"c Ip ; peanut*,
roreted. fancy. l!c; Jumw. 12c,1b.
orange* Valencia*. $4.2501.«i» P'‘i
box.
Onion* Texas Bermudas. 51 S*» ts
2 per case
IVui' lire 111. rma, $3 50 per fi-bas
ket crate.
Pineapple* 60® t p-r cane.
I'otntoe* Southern 55 hue. s6.a
0 7 b; I
I'ou 11 r* Hr"tiers. 26 iff 30c; lIS*
weights, 'J4 'ii j »>' No. l hens. 19® 20c
light weights 18Vf 1 0. stag*. leu
1 Re- : roo.-t'-rs. 15 fl 17c. ducks. 21022 c.
g"« <», 1.7 'u 17c lh.
St ra »* Kerries 16-qt. < ases. SL'SO
2 per case.
JOlt HI NO I’ltK KI
tanned l.iiuil* —Apple*. $1.75 per
fal., Dima brans, $1.4061 76; c<>rn.
an< y Maine SJOO. sttndard. $1 *0;
table beets. $1.250 1.40; peas, fancy
early June, $1 85; salmon, tail. $2 40;
marrowfat peas, $1 (15; early June
sl*s. Tomatoes, standard. $2 50 do*
Dftre Hantoa, standard. IC&IS4P,
medium. 11020 c; fancy. 20022 c; Rio.
14 >* r.M 5 V ■ 1-lb. packages. 14022 c;
1-ID tins. 28029 c >*.
Feed Bran. s<o standard mid
dlings. $42 fine middlings, sls
.rack'd corn. s7l 50; coarse corn
meal. I*'* .h. p r*-ed. ss* per ton in
100- lh sacks
Flour Best winter patent. sls 40
s*. ond patent. *l7 straight, sls 4n
spring patent. $l : t n rye flour. sls
per hbl. of 196 |bs. in eighth papet
sacks
oita —I.lnseed oil, raw, $1 2°; boiled,
$1 21 gal.; kerosene. Iron bariala.
tc, gasoline. JoV*c.
Provision* Mess pork 54 0 ; family
pork. $420 43c, clear back*. $40017;
hams, 24 0 24c briskets. $3 *4 fj ;j>Uc .
picnic ham*. 2°®2D-c bacon, 310
33c. lard In tierces. 3- ; kettle
rendered 2.14 yr th.
Hides No. 1 cured hide*. 21c; No
1 green hides. 17c; No l cured hull*.
16c; No. 1 green hull*. 12c; No. 1
all red veals kip, 33c, No. 1 green veal
kip, 20c, No. 1 cured murrain. 21c.
No. 1 green murrain. 17tyc; No. 1
cured calf. 32c. No. 1 gieen calf. 30c;
No. 1 horse hides. $7; No 2 horse
hides. $4 No. 1 tallow, ldc- No. 2
tallow. 14c In.; No. 1 htdea. lc off;
No 2 kip and calf, ltjr off; sheep
skins (as to amount wool). 25c05l s°.
t
Standard Oil Stocks
Quotation* by
July 6 Close: Bid sek
Anglo-Amer oil. new. 19 a 1 '*
Atlantic Refining C 0... 9"0 -20
Hotn»'-scrym*er Cos. .. 41°
Hus Reye )* 1 !>*• Line Cos 99
Chesebrough Mfg. C 0... 39*' 4.
Colonial < ul Cos 6° 7'*
Continental Mil Cos. . 4*-i
'’l < scent lupe Line Cos. 56 4 ‘
Cumberland Pi|>e Line . 155 is- 1
l.uiika Pipe Line .. jio 215
Catena-Signal Oil Cos . 14 7
I*o. preferred 15* 112
Illinois l*lp« Line Jju i'J
Indiana Pipe Line Co s, j-k 99
National Transit C<>.. . 14
New York Tranalt Cos . 16.5 190
Northern Pipe Line Cos.. 9*. ‘
1 »hlo Oil Cos 53* 5 4 ■
Prairie <t(| & Cas Cos . 475
Prairie 4 >ll Cas Cos . 19.** .506
Prairie Pipe Line ... 248 27 2
Solaf- Refining Cos .:..5 3to
Southern Pipe Lim Cos. p* l:<8
South Tb»m Mil Cos .. j 4.5
South sVest Pn P Line no
Stsndaiit Oil. California 256 242
I >O, Indiana 7to 7•"
1 •'», Kansas 475 .*• 00
Kentucky 545
Do, Nebraska a
Do, New Jersey .... 655 ,5Sv
Do, New York 27* JW
T*o. Ohio tin I4'»
Swan A- Kir»-Ii Cos lon 1: "
Cnion Tank Line Cos. . 9 2
Vacuum Mil Cos 355 54n
Washington 4*il Cos 25
Standard **il 'dd Stock.2l(>° • .
Do, sub.* lfifth
Int'l Petroleum Pt i;:’ a
Mid 5\ ..si D. fg 141 4 112',
Penn Mexican *i
Imp* rial «il 370 39"
4 I till I\III XTRI \l.x
Quotations by llornblow* 1 A 55 1 e; v «,
July 4. Bid ssk
Amer. Public t tilltle*. 3"
l>o, preferred .. fifi 4X
Amer Light a Tra< tlon .714 31*
I \ r* f' rred | "9 ill
Aetnn I7xpl(->si> es |*, 5
Cities S« rvh « rnm ... 275 27*
Do, preferred 4 *5 * 's
Chevrolet 91
Cnsden till & Caa 13*% l Q
Co*den A- Cos 12 \ 1 '%
Cramp Shipbuilding .. S" *•
Dundee Arlxona % 1'«
Federal «»ll 4 \ 4'%
Maxim Munition* 2 - l *
Msage IP.mln* 74, 7"%
Pan. (las A Klee. com. 54 4, s''%
Do. preferred . ... 6s 90
Rep. Railway A Light. 52 5 4
Do. preferred 45
South. Cal Kdlaon ... S5 8*
Do. preferred Ift3 I°4
Sanulpa P.ftf 9*«
.submarine Boat $1 5! >,
t'nlled Motor* 25'« 3' t
Midwest Oil 79
Mkinhorna m|| \ t
Lake Torpedo T'j
Curtiss Aeroplane .... 41
55'rlght Aeioplnne .... sl% 9
♦ ——-
<•1 r»i« i oprnn stih k«
Quotations hv llornhlower A 55‘eek*
July fi Rid Ask
Butte Jft L ond on. 13 15
Cs la veras 5
Chief 2‘i \
Con* Arliton* . 2 24%
Copper Mines li, 1x 4
First National 3 .3'%
(lrddfleld (’on* ........ -17 52
tutjnbo KxirActlon .... .11 \3l
l Rose 4ft 45
Mauma 42 44
Nevada Douglas 114 I'*
nhtn Copper i 44, I*,
Stewnrl ?fi 4"
S*|cee*s 9 c ‘ S
Yukon 9
Cornelia 58 71
Printing—lke plain neat Unit—4hnt
la right—Time* Job IMpr—4Wala 4530.
CHARCOAL IRON
OPENS STRONG ON
LOCAL EXCHANGE
At Krid'iv’* opening on th** ftrt>it
block oxrh-iru;* Chitrr.nl Iron com
mon Was strong «• k3 4 tr D 1 ft,
I ’out m«-r. * i'i Motors n off-rc't at
7, Paige Motor a* 27 3 4 Roo Car At
■ 4. and Howrr Roller Braiing'M
3D.
ihursday’s business w»t again
light. Charcoal common held u'
well, sales being at R 3 1 to fc 7-h.
Continental common sold at *» N H
The motor shares shoved a dov» n
"aid tendency. The volume of trad
ing is really so small that it would
lake \<ry few buying orders to stif
fen up the local market prices con
siderably.
In the New York market the war
storks and automobile stocks wore
the chief sufferers. Studobakor was
off 7 points from the opening. Tfr
probabilities are for an Irregular
market today.
r
Boston Copper Stocks
Quotations by Ifornblower A Weaka,
.fulv 6. Open High Low Close
Alaska Gold.. s»* 5Q s’*
Alton#* ...62 62 62 *>i
'mer Zinc.... 814 31 s * 31 4 314
Ann'onda 7ft 734 7ft4 734
A r\i I'nm. ... 14 1 * 1 * 14
Putt# Sup tO *0 3ft*, 3ft 7 ,
fal .v Art*.. TK'm 7S I w 7ft 7ft
'al A lfe<-1a..536 540 .13ft '540
i' I Kang#... ft" l , 61 #>•*'* 6°4
F'.on ... sft ft ft 4 I 4 • *♦4
East Mutt#.... 1 2 12 l * 12 ' 4 12'*
franklin .... 7 * 7
<;- .-.b 83 «* S3 >4 42 1.; S3 > 4
Inspiration.... kit, 614 664 61
Mh.4* 13 13 13 -13
Ma.«.>n Valley. 7*77
Miami 404 41 4" 7 , 41
<• op .. . 11 \ l_■ .114 12
NiplssinK .... * 7
N*\ ada fens.. 23 23 22 1 * 224
N • r*th Rutte.. 17 1" 17 1*
Ohio 1 1 *4 1 ‘a 1 ‘a
ii . oin . . . ft 6 ft ft ft ft 86
fond Creek ... *4 4 24 4 24 V, 244
tii n- \ , fck 5 ® 5 5
Kay Consol. .. 2*4 2ft 27 4 ....
Sup A Ho ton 4\ 4 4 4 4 4* t
Sante Fe ... 1 1 1
Shuttle k .... 2ft 4 2ft *« 254 2*S
st Mary ... 7ft 7« 7ft 7ft
Trinity .. . 64 6 4 64 6 4
T< in. Copper. 174 174 17 4 174
l'nited fruit 1324 1224 130 Q 1314
t'nit S M:irli *S 4 ftO 4Sft 4 i* o
Ctah \p- . 2 4 2»* 2\ 2 4
ft ah consol.. 15 S Ift 4 I ft V 154
1 "ih c r per Hift*, 103 4 10S 4 I ft ft 4
Wolverine 44 44 4 <4 444
\n\ iork rnont'i r tnnKRT.
NEW YORK. July 6 flour: Quiet
ite hanrr'd Pork Firm m#ss, $4 278
47 76 I.ard Oull. mlddleweat spot.
$ .'6 4 ■* Tt 2<' 50 Sugar Raw, easy; cen
trifugat 36- test, 16.27470.52; muaco
' id' ftp-test, $.7 .70 77 6.77. refined. dull;
rll I af, $3 crushed. Jft 7f- powdered,
I* 6' 'll ft 10 granulated. $7 fioiQ 8 Cos.
fee. R' 1 No. 7 on spot. '*'4o. Tallow;
Q'i.'-i . special. 17'*r; city, 164 1 '- Hay:
I oil! No 1 $1 10, No. 3. 7f>ftft ft e; clov.
• r 'ft ts Pressed poultry Dull;
turkeys. 'iftft34r; chicken*. 2677.160,
f 1 - 1 •'■ 1:7 40 ducks. 20ft32e. Five
poultry Dull geese, 1 ftr ducks, Ift V
2 1 fowls, .'fir. turkeys, 16o; roosters,
if ■bn ken. broilers 267T"ft« - Cheese
1 "nset tled. state milk, common to
i-pea Is. 10 7i 24 1 e, skims, common to
special, 37Tlf»e
\ r.W lIIRK COTTON tHRKRT
Quotations tiy fame. Webber & Cos.,
July 6. Open
January 24.73
March 21.83
May 24.0 ft
July 24 P 6
October 24 45
Ileeomber .. 24 61
new >oni\ ni TTrn ftNn
NEW YORK. July 6 Rutter Firm
receipts, f',466. creamery extra. 384
fi 3«<*,c creamery special market, 3P
fj 33 4 c state dairy, tube. 38 72 88 4c;
Imitation creamery firsts. 34 7? 35c.
Eggs firmer: receipts 23433 near
b\ nvxed fancy, ftf.tfftftr; fresh firsts,
3 6 71' 3ft c.
Seven Egg* In Four Day*
TsAVERNE. Minn., July C. H.
Mareaux of this city is the owner
of a hen that la unusually ambitious
Not satisfied with laving steadily,
she occasionally produces two eggs
a day One week recently she laid
two eggs a day for three consecu
tive days. The eggs are normal In
size and well formed,
Mrs Julius S Walah, Jr, widely
known aocletx and horsewoman of
St. lvouis. has offered her services
to the war department as Judge and
buyer of horses for the federal ser
vice.
The beautiful new ranee of Sara
wak. I jidy Rrooke, whose husband
is to govern the destinies of that
romantic slate in Northern Rorn«n,
was. before her marriage, the Hon.
Sylvia Mrett. the only daughter of
Viscount Esher.
MOII I t tilt
FtRIN July 3. Juotina, ,»t the resi
dence of tier daughter, Mrs Frank
F. Coughran, *5 Kerwin, St ('lair
Heights, aged 7i years wife of
tin late Hubert Turin, dear mother
of Alfred Farm. Mrs Tames Fer
guson. Finest Fatln Mrs Frank
("oughran, Mrs famlel Roll and
Mrs. Fiank <Jnlc funeral Satur
day s-30, from residence. P o'clock
at St. Rernard's church, St flair
Heights.
IIKI.r W 4VTKO—MftI.K
Hotel and Restaurant Help
f> waitresses for Eviropean plan
hotel,
1 bartender. | .’<l room and hoard
1 chef, 2 -econd cooks. 3 S. O.
cooks.
4 kitchen men. 16 dishwashers.
•T bus boys, 2 counter men, 2 wait
ers.
3 bar porters, 1 dummv man
2 women cool s. 2 women pastry.
1 pantrv girl 8 chamherr «tdr
2 counter g r|s, ft women cleaners
t! It coaches
I chambermaids f< r the boats
Rut you to work for slf top suits
KINCAID
71 West Fort-et , opp Tostofftce
DIE SINKERS
dip: trimmers
No Feo Charged.
Rest Factory in City.
KINCAID
71 West Fort opp Postofflce
PATTERN MA K FRS HIGH
CLASS MEN FOR METAL
WORK AT ONI E.
PENRERTHV INJECTOR
COMPANY.
M 0 HOLDEN
Gravel Pit Shovelers, $3.00
("amp and Board.
Trench Dipprers. $3.50 0 Hrs.
r*arr’j and Hoard.'
»’f flc» f ft.
71 tVest For*- ! * '; p postofflce *
DFNTtgT Registered tug guaran*
tee*, salary and 25% com ml Ml >■
good hours Apply at once. Utopia
nentlsta. 88 Michigan. Main 4888.
HKI.P WA>TKI>—HAI R
OFFICE lIKLf
4 shop clerk*. Z> timekeeper*.
8 factory clei ka. 1 coat clerk.
2 draftsman. 3 detailers
2 time study, 2 efficiency men.
3 inale *t.»n<jfranher•
Kincaid
71 West Fort- - < <I [ office
WANTKP- A paiinei for financial
aid to advertls- and *cil new in
vertion. Mtg profit, -miall amount
ree«le-j Write to Jo Itira, lftft Kant
f* nngress
Construction and Railroad
Laborers f * Saul* !'l* M.nie. free
tianapoi ta tlor . ehm tonight.
KINCAID
71 \Vcat Port-at ■ onp 1» ■ tnffice
MAN 7<>r *r<»od executive position,
mint he ahlc to take dictation, un
derstand bookkeeping and payroll
work. “05 VCmplre bids,
noon I»P \ rT«t| \ V most he exi.eri
enceil In hody and mechanical 705
Empire bldg
HKI.r WAN TRO—RKMiI.I
EARN A GOOD
SALARY
Bright young women looking
for an unlimited opportunity to
advance wanted to learn tele
phone operating.
We teach you the business
and pay you while learning.
Steady work. Pleasant sur
roundings. Unusual benefits.
Your salary will be increased
frequently. Extra pay for spe
cial work. Good chance to rise
to a fine position.
Apply Operators’ Training
Department, Madison ave. and
John R. street, between 9 a.m.
and 5 p. m.
MICHIGAN STATE
TELEPHONE COMPANY
1 WANT TO MirRT A WOMAN' of Jrt
to 40. active Christian worker, cap
able of taking charge of the local
nffii e of a national uplift society
to be opened her>- thi* mil. one
with ability to work into platform
effort latei. A salaried position
with unlimited future. Tills la not
a soliciting proportion, ('all until
Tuesday at I.lbrary Park Hotel. 11
to 2 C. \V. Arnold. Bupt.
WANTED Rrlght lady . lei k com
petent afeno and typist with knowl
edge of bookkeeping Replv stal
ing age and qualifications. Box A
-78, Times
YOt’NCi lad> stenographer for down
town position. 70r, Empire bide
WAN’TROTO 111 V—MISCKI.I. tMCOt'S
CASH for old false teeth. «old rrowni,
broken Jewelry, diamonds, watches,
etc., full value paid. Liberty Ufa.
Cos ft? Woodw'd 4th floor, elevator.
r . .'.:-T^=.-»
u 4> rcu—MOW 1
WANTED— MONEY
$",ooo secured by 2-family fiat; good
securit y.
s2.Hurt, s-cured by 2 family flat; good
security.
Jft.flnn construction loan 7% Interest;
security on 2-fantllv fiat
EASTERN INVESTMENT
MORTGAGE BOND CO., INC.
fit ft rhatnher of Com Cherry 2234
WANTKI*—FAIiaia
FARMS WANTED
We have jails for improved farms
of all acreages within 100 mllea of
Detroit. If you have farms for sale
write u> at once or call
ROSS LAND CO.
61 Fort-st. West. Opposite P. O.
Phone Cadillac 5611.
TO IIE>T—ROOMS.
~~HOTEL FRANKLIN
Cor. Larned and Batea-ata. Four
blocks from Kiver Steamers- one
half block from Interurhan Depot.
European, sl, 11.50 and *2 per day.
Weekly rate*.
LAfblK furnished bedroom and hath,
private home references. North
2&21-J *142 West Euclid.
TO HKNT —HOI AK*
A. A. A. A. A. A A. A.
Hannan Rental Agency
A free list of ho aes njid fiats. Call
In person nt the oldest and largest
real estate exchange In Michigan.
1 McORAW nriLDivo
TO —l l.ns .« \l*tlinn:>T«
Kenilworth and Woodward
NEW 11. AT
IN THE KENILWORTH
Thiee rooms, steam heat, vacuum
cleaner, telephone and Janitor ser
vice, mahogany finish, rich decora
tions. S4O. High-class in every re
aped.
Kahn Realty Company
823 Penobscot. Cherry 3 ( iS2.
FI AT TO RENT
Six room-, modern. North-axe. nt
Hamilton. <’all .Mi Harnum, Cad
Slftii, p»:5 Harwell bldg.
LOWHI! FLAT, ti rooms and bath. 3
bedrooms. fireplace, gas range,
large porch, in;, Ulgtiland-ave . in
mine to Ford on llamllion car.
North J 4 4 7-M or Main I :.!><>.
UPPERFLAT
In Iwo-fnmtiy building, rear of fts
Hancock W . * 10 A beauty.
DOYLE, Main 3 I A.
STSTODAY
FRONT HEATED ELAT
In new building; u *• box, stove. Jani
tor service. Call 437 Tayb>r-ave ,
west of Hamilton ar. DOYLE
Main 340 3.
AT MOSS APTS.
14*-6n BEECH - A 4-room iparfment.
new hrlrk; private hath kitchen,
ga« range, refrigerator, new furni
ture. dishes and aUveraar-. lot
and cold running water; walking
distance Special summer rates
<*h*rry Bfts- ft
iso 'i < Jday
Four-room heated flat 2 s * l -. Mep
rirk-avo D<*YI.R, Main J4ft s
MODERN flat in n e. cornet of Fr<*n.
tenac and Duncan, neat Packard
close to cars, children allowed $25.
Call Cherry 4s 1 1
IH 41\F.«4 (U’IMIHTI TITIR#
HCK )MING HOI SE
8 room* an»l la*# g >d furniture.
#4OO. terms t>> right people. Cad
illac 5547
ROOMING HOCNE for sale at *«
Howard-at,; well furnished 13
moms ch»ap If taken at once.
cav*' 1 f r, r relßnr, leaving city.
f-,*l p*w ~ f'h"rrv 5730-R
1- c uui-m a. rnurtcun
LEASE OR PROPERTY
for sale or ex.-hange Tt pavs to
look for quick deal. B Friedman.
4(0 lilvard.
koi* iAi.K-m*c t»,nmow roit ialb—Niirici.uiiaova
HAINES* \\\r, s, TOLTTeS, HAIR GOODS 'll
i<m . M\ preaent hair atore wn i*XH
8 Marrli 1. 1179. ■* .. ;13
Will i... . 1..a«4 ivt, i 2 I*'* J
in i*Q rne ;
► Voe .'ll
» bu.-1nr«» .1
i »»•"■ An> <>ne In
■ •■' m ;./•„
A t ••nr , i ,i«i« n. « . 'BraH ■ y}
k • T-' a * •
IC' muiith L.i»-
!« i. f'r->t inalltv 'dflHr
Jfc ■ • • r ■ «r«- g.-t MRBh J
C i * .ir> •• 2?
F « ui
f ode
,T*
v'
t.,.- p 'Jp
i» ’’^B
Vi.im«* or t jrrmanv, ami yj «f
ih**re are no impnrta now.
RE?Onfl 1 m«r\ "elling hair an<l hair “
good* back to impnrtera in *"* {
N>w York. Now. I will |U» all an opportunity to get first - quality \J
French hair and hair goods at old prut-* during the month of June; than ■ e
price* will advance July 1 next. Get in ordtia and pick out what yuu J
uniil in him*, pay it depoalt ■>n It nr>d I will 1-v it aside foi you. Don’t »
make a mistake and delay. During my Jt yeara r pant In the hair goods *
huameNH 1 have alwaya aold the n»*t good* for the lowest prlcea. t
have alwaya turned out honeat, well-made goods. I have alwaya dona .Jo
a reliable, honeat straightforward bualneaa and my «ucce** In business
attest* It. 1 ahall continue to *»rv* the public to the beat of my ahll- * 4
ity to the closing day. Feb. 28. 1918 Preaent stock*. fixtures, lease and
business for sale at a very reaaon&hle price at 1 am retiring from tha
hair good* bualneaa.
XVm. A Ilatnea. 78 Grand River-ave W. 2nd door from Bagley, Detroit. *■*’
PRIPKfi pT A TVT/'AQ AIX WORK
REASONABT.fi rlniNUj GUARANTEED
REFINISHED, REPAIRED AND TUNED
DETROIT PIANO CO.
TJ-: BROADWAY MAINI7IT
FOR %Kl. K .— HOIUKHK PROHKRTV
1 * 494 CHALMERS AVE.
• Drive up t<> sfc this beautiful hew
• horn** thie afternoon Kv»ry ii'nveni*
• fm» and comfort has been Inoor
• curated. It contains vestibule
• large living room with attractive
• fireplace, dining room finished In
• ivory and mahogany, attractive sun
• room, large pantry, kitchen and 4
• beilrooms. hath and sun porch on
• second floor. We are authorised to
• sell it for 110,.100 on easy term* If
• you want more information, call
• Leonard R"»iimn.
• PATERSON BROS. & CO.
• in'i Qrlawold-at, Main Sit.
19 n NET
INVESTMENT
16-AIT.
CENTRAL WOODWARD, brick. steam
hr;tt. 3 and 4-room suites; lot 50*
144. Price |50,ooO; shows 19 per
cent net orv $14,500 equity; will
consider trade. See Mr. Hchunk.
PARKER. SHirNK ft FRY.
Main 5030. 702 Majestic Bldg.
Beautiful California Bungalow
EASON AVE.
Large living room, fireplace. French
doors to tile conservatory, beamed
dining room. white enameled
breakfast room, tile kitchen, three
beautiful bed rooms. Sold on terms,
fall Mr Phelps, Hemlock 3377 day
time. Hemlock 'OO evenings.
With FRANK P. MILLER
• * Bungalow Near Jefferson
• Sl* rooms and hath, full basement,
• furnai* laundry, hot water heater.
• oak and cream enamel finish
• throughout. complete and new.
• Faav terms.' <*dl Mr. Reaume.
• PATERSON RROS. & CO.
• ui Or iswold-at. Mala I
TWO-FAMILY FLAT
Edmonton-ave . close to Grand River;
brick veneer. 7 rooms each 4 bed
rooms, oak finish, paved street, stdo
drive, double garage. Here is an
exceptional!' good liuv and well
built Call Mr C.rsx. Phone Gar
field 15* 2140 C,rand River. Open
evenings.
T SBOO DOWN
S4O per month will buy beautiful new
modern seml-hungal'ow. nr. North
western high: C rooms and hath,
oak and white enamel finish, nre
place. bookcases. fine sleeping
porch, all decorated and ‘ t n
if, nan hut If sold this week lo.Blm
takes -t. W. E. 1.. Smith 540 Col
umbus-ave. Carfleld 247-W.
WOt'T.D a list of best bargains In
Detroit. Real Estnte. vacant and Im
proved, Interest you?
DICKINSON'S OTTIDB
gives vou this Mailed on request.
Dickinson's, Dept. T. Detroit.
SSOO DOWN
Dandy 0-room home, two blocks from
Jefferson ear on Kastlawn-ave ,
new and trui<lern. Th's is a bar
gain and must be add thi*_we®k.
W E. I, Smith, (iarfleld 24 ■ -'5.
S3OO DOWN
Bern I-bungalow, Highland Park, s'*
rooms, bath: n Call D. E.
R-rkev. Hemlock 7 i35>7
With FRANK P, Mil LER
’ SEM I BE N(i LOW
SSOO DOWN
Vlckshurg-ave near pexter-hlvd 0
room- and sleeping porch, oak fin
ish. fireplace, French doors, double
garage bargain Call Mr. Orav
Oar field 15*. 21 Id Grand River.
Clprn ex filing*.
5-RO()M~BUNG a low
fe irtn s';iio down. Owner, Ridge 147 ft .
yilH «tI.K--VA.A>T l.«»T«
WILL pay cash tot vacant lots,
houses, flats, stores, acreage,
real estate equities. Land con
tracts bought; quick and sat
isfactory deals.
EBERT, 509 Mn; optic Bldg.
-j
I'llll s «M-—Kill® •
SERVE YOUR COUNT RY
B* n farmer; 1n» ld-acre farm good
dwelling and fair nuthouses Pnder
cultivation. Team of horses, etc ;
• 2’-, tnilen to New Poston sl,7Sd,
trims Call 407 Hoiderr bldg-. Mr.
Ben*. Cadillac -t♦>o.
. —— ■ S- o i———■ ■ W ' ■ •
FOR Si \ I.E—FUTOni SITES
PETER KEHOE
bar the .noat desirable, 7-M le-fd.
frontage n large or small portions.
If looking f r anyth.ng In the real
estate line rail
Ridge 435-J
To i:\riltUiß—RE \I. ESTATE
HiH MY < < * ItN E R J2-fnmlly bu'ldlng
rei ting for over SSOOO per v-mr.
will exchat.g • for what > u have
and part cash Cohen. 470 Dela
ware. Market <5290.
mk«i. I'.srtiK nppnnTi mtik*
COME IN AND TRADE
What you have and don't want f'r
s<>mething you don't have and do
want. i
\Yc have Improved property, vacant
land contracts, farms, hotels, room
ing houses, etc., t° trad*. See
i.ibow it*. W’tth
WILSON
chamber of Commerce Bldg
tirn a u.l—iiLaihK.ss nnn'EttTi
SOME BARGAIN
Four-famii da? and two stores, cor-*
per of Hamllton-ax - e and Avalon.
Price }36,000. Call Cherry 1234,
At IDS AM) MOTORCV CLOB
One 1916 5-Passenger Over
land, A-l condition; nice, ate*
tractive; easy terms.
Leonard B. OrlofT Company
475-477 Woodward
Cherry 4415
Open Evenings and Sundays
ONE Mitchell 7-passenger
fine condition; driven very lit*"
tie.
Leonard B. OrlofT Company I
475*477 Woodward
Cherry 4415 j
Open Evenings and Sundays
ONE 1917 SMALL “6” MITcS
ELL; CONDITION PER
FECT. SI,OOO.
Leonard B. OrlofT
457-477 Woodward Ave.
Cherry 4415
Open Evenings and Sundays
I'rlnllnc—llif plain nnt kind—that
la right—Tlmen Jolt Drpl.—Main 4ilM^
rv»R SAI.K—MineELLA*SOUS
CORNKT—J. W. York & Sons,
proved model. plated with
g/'hl lined bell. I'aed a chart time.
Complete with pluah lined ca.-e. 935 <
taken lt . (IRINNF.LL BROS., 215
w oodward.
80I>.\ FOUNTAINS, new Hnd used;
■ team tables, store furniture, cof
r»e urns. La*y t>rm*. Geo. Marsh
Co- 20 Fast Atwater-at. Main 4751.
MAHi>G AN V ST EG KR PIANO at a
reduction of ||io. Modern through
out, mahogany, artiatie design:
tone full and clear, will go .|ui< k
l.v. small weekly or monthly pay
ment- grinnYxl Runs: Branch,
51 Monr« p-ave,
STORAGE furniture. nearly new. har-"l
gain price Sumner Cos.. Mich & 4th.
K nllV. S «r" rn, L Ur o f, ’ r rooms com-
P 1 te, _ Sumner. Mich, fk 4th.
n " w *-3~ "ell Icjiown
’• J :" lid *'«lnut; parlor
■ t>|.-, mirror; knee awelle; J 1 .-tope.
Wr> * *wee* tone. Weekly or
monthh paymenta to ,-ult. Write
B,.A^. U n ' ,|n ' l ' a,! GRLVNELL
P f{ Os Branch. 57 .Monr<>e-ava.
I V I*K\A* MITERS. ALL MAKES. NEW
•.*’ “1° 2* rt ' eaay term*.
Rent 11.50 Repaiiing. Detroit
n y pe, c *o., iso Jefferson. Main 41o;.
*'2L. Brv - q AH ION piano! regular
-i xi\ !e Attractive mahogany
leflni.-herl. full .-Ize. good tone
and a> thin. Yer\ «»a- payment.-.
D.-n t nu— thl- GIUNM-rr.L RROS..
2 4 1\ <>odv ard-ave.
pon A I < 't ’NTAI NS. new and usacf
.». 'J/J? !*' ’the within reason
AMCRir'AM SHOW CASH .4 MFO. CQ.
10n TefT-r.-..n «"ndlllao 2370.
IIOIt.HR* A\l» \ Elllt I.ES
A SACRIFICE
HORSES and EQKI r.MKXT. CRD. IH7
Printing—the plain neat kind—that
la rlitht—- Time- l**h llrpi.—Main -4.V20.
Mo.tn r« i.oaa
MON E Y TOLOAN *
ON VACANT LOTS
Liberal loan- on real e.«tate.
Second mortgage realty loans.
Will buy ecju.tles in vacant lots and
Improved property.
EBEHT. 309 Majestic Bldg.
LAND CONTRACTS bought.
Quick and satisfactory deals.
EBERT 309 Majestic Bldg.
CONSTIUVriON Loans’ Liberal
amount- 7 F. Weber. 204 Grntiot.
TV! NT RAJ I'S. ’
Detroit Land Contract Cos.
SIT <l* Hammon.l Bldg Cad. 5914.
UOK4I.E AM) (AItTAIiR
CENTRAL STORAGE CO., moving,
packing, roof , rate* right. Mo.
for v nr f< i .suburban moving.
Phone Cadillac 94.
A ’ME str rag* mammoth warehouaa.
St rig* moving M. 444 41 Gilman.
rnia can
rent • m \ f <ar. Centra! Storage
(■ > fVOMne «».
* PRHvtIN.AI,
NOTICE ’f my j onr girl la la
trouble, needing advice, friend-hip
or <aii <:*• ‘rr.
TV!.' V\ MAITT id'FFV. 1017
V -t Wee* *>*lvaMen Army.
I.On r \M) KOI M)
>ST Platinum and pearl chain at. **
tithed to platinum lorgnette atud
d'd with tPamnnda 1000 reward.
Frank I N. vm Detroit R f! Cos.,
Tr imHull and Michtgan-avea.
IU Hi.lt - noth >:
' ’ n.#rn;
Tak notice *hat on Tuetday, July
10. A. D 1417. at 1 n‘ej. ck >. rt\ .
a* 11.-11# Mlrhigan-ave.. In tha
fity of Detroit. Michigan, all ar
ticle* or thing* from number SM5#
pi « f| in pawn with ' J te|g« •
berg a T.oan Offl< e, > f the Clf jr Os ,
1 i M . h'x»n •* >1! »«>ld W 1
public auction in accordance with
chapter 175. section •, of Ddtrnlt
c*tv ordinance*. Steinberg* Lon
Office, by Juiiu* fltvinbarg. Aachvf
Mott, Aucttonrerv
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