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§§ LEGAL NOTICE.
ejipjpr -ws-s
ELECTION' notice of vot-
ING PLACES,
i Is hereby given by the board of
k Bnmtseloners of M&rton county, Indiana,
fi’J the voters of Marion county, that the
billowing is a list of the voting places In
HBe respective precinct of Marion county.
the primary election will be held
■ Tuesday, May 4, 1920, pursuant to law;
I Prects. FIRST WARD.
1 —3720 East 26th St.
2.—2710 N. Olney St.
I 3—2301 X. Rural St.
4—Engine house (rear) l*th and Roose
vel t.
6—1529 East 17th St.
6 Church at corner Yandes and 17th.
7 1214 East 15th St.
8— 1536 Brookside St. (rear).
9 1143 X. Bevilie Ave.
I*—Church at 10th and Gray Sts.
11— X. Olney St. '
12— 3510 East 22nd St.
13— 2742 Baltimore Ave.
*acts. SECOXD WARD.
1— 2*ll Cornell Ave.
2 2439 Central Ave.
3 3459 Bellefontaine St. (rear).
4 2160 Bellefontaine St- ,
5 526 East 22nd St.
6 1942 Central Ave.
7 East 19th St. 1
s—Engine house. 16th and Ashland Ave.
Pta icts. THIRD WARD.
%—l4l East 25th St.
3—2302 X. Illinois 3t.
3 Allfree St.
4 X. Illinois St.
5 20C1 X. Talbott Ave. (rear).
6 147 East 17th St.
7 West 13th St.
fca#6lß Boulevard place (armory).
X. Missouri St.
Prects. FOURTH WARD.
1— College Ave.
2 3155 Park Ave.
3 3024 X. Delaware SL .
4 3501 x. Illinois St.
5 3363 X., Illinois St.
6 2057 Central Ave.
7 131 West 27th St.
8— 2629 Xorthwestern Ave. /
9 738 West 30th St.
10— 1105 West 34th St.
11— 2939 Clifton St.
12— 1060 West 27th St. -
15—2504 Xorthwestern Ave.
14— 542 West ISth St.
15— 802 West 11th St.
16— West 18 th St.
17— West 27th St.
Prects. FIFTH WARD.
1— 719 N. California St.
2 826 Blake St.
>—63l Agnes St.
4 752 W. North St.
5 502 Blackford St.
6 755 W New York St.
7 W. New York St.
Prects. SIXTH WARD.
1— 25 E. North St., rear Crawford's drug
store.
2 801 X. Senate Ave.
3 517 Indiana Are.
4 311 W. Vermont St.
i —46 X. West St.
632 X. Senate Ave.
7 X. Meridian St., Marlon club
"gym'' room.
8— 240 W. Vermont St.
Prects. SEVENTH WARD.
1— 759 Massachusetts Ave.
2 718 Ogder. St.
3 208 Massachusetts Ave.
4 Fire headquarters, New York and Ala
bama St*. ,
6 605 Lockerbie St.. Howe residence.
•—7ll E. Michigan St.
7 528 E. Market J*t.
1—322 E. Market St.
Prects- EIGHTH WARD.
1— 1116 Broadway.
2 245 East 11th St.
3 128 West lath St.
4 914 X. Meridian St.. Delta Sigma
Delta.
5 935 Ft. Wayne Ave., the Mirror Shop.
6 905 College Ave.
Prects NINTH WARD.
1—4014 E. Washington St.
J —339 X Sherman drive (engine house).
3 2511 E. Michigan St.
4 2441 E. Michigan St.
i—2217 E. Michigan St. (McKinley club).
6 478 X. Randolph St.
7 947 X. Highland Ave.
i 4—302 Dorman St.
1014 E. Washington St.
lO—Tornef E. Washington and Hamilton
Streets.
U —3ll* E. New York St. *
IJ—Corner New York and Linwood Sts.
(rear of Emerson school).
1t—2821 E. Michigan St.
Prects TENTH WARD.
I—2B S. State St.
3 Bates St.
1—2723 Southeastern Ave.
4 2004 Lexington Ave.
5 1546 Hoyt Ave.
(—1415 Pleasant St.
7 Laurel St.
8— 1730 Orange St.
9 1302 Linden St
10 — 1113 Calhoun St.
11— 3322 Prospect St.
Prects. ELEVENTH WARD.
I—Bl9 E. Maryland St.
3—222 E. Maryland SL (county garage).
3 631 S. Alabama SL
4 High St.
5 529 S. East St. -
6 815 English Ave.
7 654 Virginia Ave.
8— 855 Virginia Ave.
•—609 Buchanan St. ,
Prects. TWELFTH WARD.
1 —Kentucky Ave. and Maryland Bt
(engine housei.
J—559 w. Washington St.
8— 517 S. Senate Ave.
4 429 W. Abbott SL
5 637 S. Meridian St.
—833 8. Illinois St.
7—BOS S. Missouri St.
Prects. THIRTEENTH WARD
1—423 E. Morris St.
3—512 E- Orange St.
3—'a 42 S. New Jersey St.
E. Minnesota St.
*'*g— 2163 Applegate St.
C—2127 S. Meridian SL
7 —117 E. Palmer St.
3—1247 Charles St.
9 173 W. Arixona Bt.
19—H45 Church St.
Prects. FOURTEENTH WARD.
1 — 561 Warren Ave.
2 920 River Ave. *
3 1231 Oliver Ave.
4 1711 W. Morris SL
6 Shepard St.
6—1417 Sliver Ave.
Prects FIFTEENTH WARD.
1— 2011 Wilcox St.
2 131 X. Elder Ave.
3 J 2 X. Bloomington St.
Prects. CENTER TOWNSHIP.
-(Outside.)
1— G. M. Mathews’ residence, Hobart
and LeGrande Ave.
t—2601 Shelby St.
Prects. DECATUR TOWNSHIP.
1 School house in Valley Mills.
3 School house in West Newton.
Prects. FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP.
1 Old echool house in New Bethel.
3 Alfred Schlocsser'r house. Acton.
Prects. LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP.
1 Erbin McCords cigar store, Oak
landon.
2 Tomlinson’s barber shop, Lawrence.
3 -Masonic hall. Castleton.
Prects. PERRY TOWNSHIP.
I—6o N. 7th Ave., Beech Grove.
2 School house No. 4, University
Heights.
j Perry E. Orme’s residence. Bluff road.
4 Elmer M. Vawter’s room, Glenn’s
Valley road.
g School house No. 12, Southport.
Prects. PIKE TOWNSHIP.
1 Dr. G. A. Bailey’s office. New Augusta.
2 Dr. Elfer’s office. Traders Point.
Prects. WARREN TOWNSHIP.
1 Sc hod’ house in Cumberland.
2 6002 E. Washington St.
t—5444 E. Washington St.
4 306 S. Audubon road.
5 JO3 S. Audubon road.
Prects. WASHINGTON TOWN
SHIP.
1 — Town hall. Broad Ripple.
2 School house No. 9 or Scott’s.
2 303 West 40th St., Indianapolis.
4 (165 College Ave., Indianapolis.
5 Corner Schofield Ave. and 4*th BL,
northeast room in dwelling.
6 Garage facing 49th St.. between
Broadway and College Ave.
IfePrecis. WAYNE TOWNSHIP.
W. Marvel’s residence. Speedway.
3 3340 W. 10th SL
) 1213 N. Sheffield Ave.
4 720 Pershing Ave.
5 523 N. Belie view Place.
§ 1113 N. Warman Ave.
7 3611 W. Michigan St.
§ 3044 W. Michigan St.
9 261 N. Addison St.
10 2515 W. Washington St.
jl 3115 W. Washington SL
11 2116 W. Morris St.
23 Corner Kentucky Ave. and Tibbs Ave.,
Maywood.
74 school house No. 8, Rockville road.
28 Office of high school, Ben Davis.
Signed April 23. 1920.
LEWIS W. GEORGE.
JOSEPH G. HAYES.
CARLIN H. SHANK.
Board of Commissioners of Marion
County. Indiana.
Attest: —LEO K. FESLER.
Auditor Marion County.
NOTICE OF BOND SALE.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed treasurer of Poaey county, state
of Indiana, that on and after the hour of
3 p m.. on the Brh day of May, 1910. at
the office of said treasurer in the court
house at the city of ML Vernon, Indiana,
the undersigned as treasurer >f "<atd coun
ty, will proceed to sell to the highest and
beet bidder for cash, at not less than
sum named in suc.i bonds,
vefain highway improvement bonds of the
■ 't ace or par value of 516.800.00. bear
ing Interest from and after Mav 13, IVLO.
at the rate of four and one-half per cent,
p.-r annum, payable semi annually, on the
ls-h cia> of May and the 17th day of No
vember of each year, for the period of 10
years.
Said bonds have been issued in strict
accordance with the laws of the state of
Indiana and pursuant to an order of the
board of commissioners of Posey county,
authorising the issue and sale of said
bonds for the purpose of providing fu.'de
for the construction and improvement of
a certain highway, petitioned to* by John
Seibert. Jr., et in Smith lows Ship;
LEGAL NOTICE.
said county, Indiana, dated May 15, 1910,
.of 3840.00 each.
The first bond will be due and payable
Mav 15, 1521, and /one bond each six
months thereafter until all of said bonds
have been paid.
The right is reserved to reject any and
all bids. GEO. A. ASHWORTH.
Treasurer of Posey County, Indiana.
NOTICE OF BOND SALE.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed. treasurer of Posey county, state
of Indiana, that on and after the hour
of 2 p. m., on the 6th day of May, 1930,
at the office of said treasurer in the court
house at the city of Ml. Vernon. Indiana,
the undersigned as treasurer of said coun
ty, will proceed to sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash, at not less than the
principal sum names in such bonds, cer
tain highway Improvement bonds of ths
face or par value of 36.990.n0, nearing
interest from and after May 15, 1920, at
the rate of four and one-half per cenL
per annum, payable semi-annually, on the
15th day of May and the 15th day of No
vember of each year, tor the period of
ten years.
Said bonds have been issued in strict
accordance with ths laws of the estate of
Indiana and pursuant to an order of the
board of commissioners of Posey oounty.
authorizing the issue and sale of said
bonds for the purpose of providing funds
for the construction and improvemnet of
a certain highway, petitioned for by Wm.
B. Harris, et al., in Bethel township, said
county. Indiana. Said bonds will be 20 In
number, dated May 18, 1920, of $345.00
each.
The first bond will be due and payable
May 16. 1921, and one bond each six
months thereafter until all of said bonds
have been paid.
The right is reserved to reject any
and all fcids GEO. A. ASHWORTH,
Treasurer of Posey County. Indiana.
7 ~ ;^~f |NAN cial-
TO LAN
BORROW MONEY
SO CHEAP
and on such easy terms of repayment
from the Fidelity Loan Company, a ll
tensed and bonded firm, for use In paying
overdue bills or to buy the things you
heed for CASH at BARGAIN PRICES
that every one should take advantage of
our service.
LOANS ON FURNITURE
$20.00 to $300.00
■ t legal rates, on short notice and without
publicity. We give you all the time you
want to repay a loan and only charge for
the actual time you have the money. Fair,
isn’t it?
You Can Afford to Borrow
On $ 40 pay $2 a month and Interest
On $ 60 pay $3 a month and interest
On SIOO pay $5 a month and interest
PAY MORE ANY TIME AND REDUCE
THE COB*?.
IN YOU A BEHALF
6> are on the Job eight hours a day. and
through personal contact and personal
service, plus a deep personal interest, we
can serve you and your friends as you
wish to be served. In these unusual times,
business friendships, close relations, mu
tual understandings and co-operation are
seal assets to all of us. We are ready to
(o three-fourths of the way. Now It Is
tp to you.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.
106 E. Market St.
Room 532 Lemcke Bldg.
Mein 1273. Auto. 27-T23.
MONEY
For
Spring Necessities
sfloO===s2GO-==s3OO
Investigate our easy-to-pay
Twenty-Payment Plan Loans.
Get SSO, pay back $2.50 a month.
" SIOO. ” ” $3.00 ”
With interest at 3%7r per month.
Pay only for the actual time loan runs.
All business confidential.
We Loan on Furniture. Pianos,
Victrolas. Live Stock, Automobiles,
etc., without removal.
Also on Diamonds, etc.
Call, phone or write
DIMM COLLATERAL
LOAB3 03s
(Bonded Lenders)
ESTABLISHED IS*".
201 Lombard Bldg..
24)4 EAST WASHINGTON ST.
Phone Main 3286. New 23-788.
if- " -ft
BORROW
$200.00
3 Mo., Total Cost sl4
Get what money you need on your
furniture, pianos, live stock or auto
mobile.
All other amounts up to S3OO at
the same proportionate rate.
All Dealings Strictly
Confidential
CALL AND GET ACQUAINTED
WITH OUR PLANS.
A telephone call will bring our
representative to your hom# to ex
plain more fully..
American Loan Cos.
205 Peoples Bank Bldg. .
(Formerly Lew building)
Main 2982. Auto. 3'-432.
J- -
MONEY TO LOAN
On First Mortgage
Security
SIX PER CENT
GILL REALTY CO.
Main 1646, Auto. 28-236 __
WE ARE PREPARED TO MAKE REAL
EBTATE LOANS PROMPTLY. WB
PURCHASE REALTY CONTRACTS.
MORTGAGES, BONDS AND STOCKS
LISTED AND UNLISTED.
INDIANAPOLIS SECURITIES CO.
FRANK K. SAWYER. Pres.
205-309 LAW BLDG. ASSETS $343,749.
Second Mortgage
Real estate loans made on good farms
and Improved city properties. GIB
! RALTER FINANCE COMPANY, 108 N.
1 Delaware street. Main 1618.
WE MAKE second mortgages on farm or
city property. AETNA MTG. AND INV.
CO. Main 7101. 608 Fidelity Trust Bldg.
INSURANCE In all ”branches. AUBREY
D. PORTER. 916 Law bldg Main 7049.
LOANS ON DIAMONDS; 3)4% per month.
BURTON JEWELRY CO- 58 Monument.
JOSEPH H. PATTISON. 1007 Law Bldg.
Loans on real estate made promptly.
OFFERINGS BY THE BTORE3.
“GOOD CLOTHES”
is the foundation of
0 many a successful
career; very often your
appearance is your ref
erence.
We’make good suits
to your measure at $45,
SSO, S6O, $65 and $75.
Trousers and topcoats
in proportion.
W. G. SCHNEIDER
39 West Ohio Street.
Be sure you are in the
right place.
HORSES AND VEHICLES.
JOSEPH HAAS
pay* highest prices for dead horses, cows
and hogs. Call Main 1039. Auto. 36-773.
THE best rooms always listed among
Times Want Ads.
THEY DO THING®.
Times cent a word.
Ant a. 33-45 L
MISCELLANEOUS—FOR SALE.
\AAA^
FINAL
Cleanup Sale of Uncalled
for and Sample Suits
and Overcoats.
S6O striped gray wor
sted suit, size 35, sale
price $45.
S6O plain gray wor
sted suit, size 38, sale
price, $45.
SSO gray checked cas
simere suit, size 39, sale
price, $35.
$75 fancy dark brown
plaid suit, sije 39, sale
price, S6O.
$65 fancy striped wor
sted, double breasted
suit, size 39, sale price,
. $45.
S7O silk striped wor
sted suit, belted model,
size 39, sale price, SSO.
S6O brown unfinished
worsted suit, size 40, sale
price, S4O.
S6O plain gray unfin
ished worsted suit, size
40, sale price, S4O.
S6O plain gray wor
sted, double breasted,
coat and trousers, size
40, sale price, $35.
S6O blue serge suit,
size 42, sale price, $35.
S6O blue serge suit,
size 42. sale price. $35.
S6O black serge suit,
size 43, sale price, $35.
S6O dark gray striped
tweed suit, size 44, sale
price, $45.
S6O blue silk mixed
worsted suit, size 46,
sale price, $45.
$75 dark tweed top
coat, size 36, sale price
$45. Pits a man 5 feet 4
inches in height.
S6O brown checked
topcoat, size 36, sale
price $35.
SSO black cheviot top
coat, size 36, sale price,
S3O.
S6O fancy plaid over
coat, size 38, belted
model, sale price, s3o.
S6O plain gray wor
sted topcoat, size 40, sale
price, S4O.
SBS blue kersey over
coat, size 42, sale price,
$55.
S6O dark gray ulster,
size 42, sale price, $35.
Six vests, sizes 37, 38,
40 and 42, sale price, $3
each.
About fifty suit
lengths in all colors and
weights to close out to
your measure at $45 and
SSO, worth S6O to $75.
W. G. SCHNEIDER
39 W'est Ohio Street.
Be sure you are in the
right place.
WONDER MIXERS
Hoists and pumps for building
and bridge construction. All
sizes carried in stock. Burl
Finch, Dist., 312-20 W T . Mary
land St.
brick
and building material. See foreman on
iot. Just south of Kiefer-Stewart Cos.,
Georgia and Capitol.
BEDFORD STONE & CON. CO.
Drip-Head Singer, $10; other bargain*.
SI.OO per week. Ali make* REPAIRED.
HEMSTITCHING while you wait, 100
PER YARD.
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO..
Main 600; Auto. 25-216. 312 Man*. Ave.
PHYSICIANS
practice free to purchaser of office equip
ment in centrally located office building;
retiring. Addre** A No. 2983, Time*.
WE have a few undelivered suits for *ale
at reasonable price*. They are worth
eeelng. LEON TAILORING CO„ 131 K.
New York "treL
UPHOLSTERED bed davenport, 38.00;
upright writing desk with drawers and
pigeon holes. 15.00, Welebach gae chande
lier. SI.OO. 753 Massachusetts avenue.
ONE National cash register. Will sell at
a bargain, sl6 Indiana avenue. Main
5367.
RECORD AND PLAYER ROLL EX
CHANGE TUTTLE MUSIC SHOP.
301 INDIANA AVE.
ELECTRIC coffee mill, roll-top desk, pa
per baler, two small showcases. 610
Indiana avenue.
ONE roll-top desk to be sold cheap. sl6
Indiana avenue. Main 5267.
Call Cooperider
IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO SELL.
Household goods, office furniture, store
fixtures, oriental rugs and draperiea—any
thing of value.
Used Goods Store. Main 2288. Auto. 22-288
• 424 Mass. Ave.
LEW SHANK "
pays best prices In city for household
goods and fixtures of all kinds. 227 North
New Jersey street. Main 2028.
Office Furniture Wanted
Anything you have. Call Cooperider.
USED GOODS STORE.
Main 2288, Auto. 22-288.
WE will buy and pay *pot cash for the
furnishings of good homes, up to 31.000.
BAKER BROS. *
IF your clock is not running phone Circle
4307. M R. BHEARN. 511 North Ala
bama.
HOUSEHOLD GOODB.
WICKER FURNITURE
We buy and sell wicker, old hickory
or any kind of good porch or sun parlor
furniture.
BAKER BROS.
PORCH FURNITURE, refrigerators, gas
ranges, ruga, office desks. We sell and
buy high-grade furniture of all kinds.
USED GOODS STORE,
424 Mass. Ave.
INVALID chairs and crutches for sale or
i for rent.
BAKER BROS.,
21* E. Washington St.
I Main 8456. >lUto. 23-I*6.
Furniture
t GAS STOVES,
A OIL STOVES.
Cheaper liere and easier terms. KROOT
A SON. 4<| W, Washington St.
RESTAUR >§BT range*. $ and 10-hote coal
rangea, Mkleatlc. as new. Cash or
payment*. V *■!>*., 3JL9-225 B. Wash
ington atreethij^^^M
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1920.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
25 GOOD cabinet gas ranges at prices
from 315 to $27.50. Cash or payments.
BAKER BROS.
SEVERAL targe grocer’s tee boxes. Baker
Bros.
~ BUSINESS CHANCE^
OPPORTUNITY
Have you SIOO or more to Invest where
the risk la email yid the profite large? It
trill pay you to
INVESTIGATE
The E. B. Cassatt Cos.,
910 Hume-Mansur Bldg.
W’ANTING partner In the manufacturing
of the best and greatest machine of ths
kind In the United States. These ma
chines are used by the government and
many cities and towns In the United
States and foreign countries. X need $lO,-
000 and I will let the party furnishing the
money take out of the sale of the stock
or profits of the company the SIO,OOO he
pays me and then we will split fifty-fifty
on the remainder. I am the inventor of
the machine. Main 3810. 910 Merchants
.Bank bldg.
Restaurant, $7,000;
$7,000 last year. This is
a 100% investment. Don’t
bother me if you haven’t
the cash. No phone calls.
34 When Bldg.
ENERGETIC STOCK SALESMEN
WISE INVESTORS
We are offering stock In one of the most
prosperous Industries In tne world. Will
pay enormous profits and libera! dividends
to those who have foresight and courage
to Invest their surplus funds. Correspond
ence Invited. ELLIS J. GOMEZ & CO..
1_ West 34th st.. New York. N. T.
SO ROOMS
Downtown location, dandy Income;
light expense; priced for a quick sale.
Part cash, balance monthly. Act quickly.
H. & M. SALES SERVICE
312 Indiana Trust bldg. Main 6773.
BUYERS—If you are looking for a gro
cery, confectionery, drug store, restau
rant, vulcanizing or any other good busi
ness. come see u. We have them,
INDIANA BUSINESS EXCHANGE
518 Indiana Trust Bldg Main 2674.
FOR SALE, hotel. 20 rooms, modern and
furnished, properties show large earn
ings on investment. Absolutely best dry
bar in city. M’CARTHY, owner. 840 Har
rison street.
BUY AN' INCOME-—Make your Idle
funds work for you. Buy good stocks
on partial payment plan. Write for
“Stock Market Opportunities." PULVER,
SHEWRY A FALKLAND, 393 Broadway.
New York.
HAVE Yt.)i’ 165? We raise hogs for you.
feed and bred, giving you half the
profits. Bank reference. Write for full par
ticulars. BIRDHAVEN, 602 Kansa* City
Life. Kansas City, Mo.
FEATHERS
, Bought, sold, renovates, mattresses and
pillow* made to order. Est. 133*. E. *
BURKLE. 418 Mass. ave. Main 1431. New
33-779.
OVERLAND eedsn, new. $1,450. Just as
wsil save that money and drive It away
today. 34 When
BUBINESS SERVICES.
WALL PAPF.R cleaning. All work guar
anteed. 75c and up. Call Washington
4490.
WANTED—AII kinds of house repair
work done reasonable. Cgtl Woodruff
7484 H. F. JACKSON.
WANTED—Rough dry washing* or Ironing
to take home. Cal! 25-m*
PATCH PLASTERING Belmont~l.
INSTRUMENTS.
PLAYER PIANO, mahogany, like new.
extra fine tone. Cabtpet music. Harri
son 350 evening*.
PL AY ER PIANO w 111 ••77 at bargain?
Cash or payment*. North 4231.
ROOMS—TO. LET.
A CLEAN, well ventilated room In mod
ern home: a room that any person of
refined taste will appreciate. Meridian
near Twenty-third street. North 6153.
MODERN furnished room in private fam
ily. lady preferred; references ex
changed. Woodruff 7743.
WALKING distance; modern apartment;
private family. Circle 2349, evenings
and Sunday.
IN a lovely home, large airy bedrooms,
kitchen privilege for a refined couple.
Addre** A No. 2)88. Time*
TWO nice housekeeping rooms for $5
and single $3. Private entrance. Call
evenings, 1012 West Vermont.
MCE LARGE SLEEPING rooms, north
east. modern; reference. Auto. 24-276.
FURNISHED room, modern; 1 or 2 gent
lemen; references. Woodruff 4781.
board A N P_ R -°P- M3 ~ WANTED ’
ROOM and board with family of good
atandlng and references; for young man.
will exchange references, north centra]
part of city preferred. Address A No.
2917. Times.
CHILDREN to room and board In refined
north aide home; reference* required.
Noidh__69 3 8.
TWO young men wishing board In pri
vate family. Addre** A No. 872. Time*.
OFF 1C E AN D STOR ES—TO L ET.
OFFICE ROOMS.
Attractive office room* In the new
TRANSPORTATION BUILDING (being
remodeled), (outheaat corner Delaware
and South streets.
WILLIAM F. WOCHER,
Sole agent.
City Trust uliding.
Main 2998. Auto. 24-806.
NOTICES.
11. G. FITE
Practical Tailorand Cutter
Dry cleaning, pressing and repairing;
ladles’ work a specialty, work called for
and delivered. North Capitol avenue and
Ohio street. Automatic 26-641.
FURNACE, second hand, for sale. We
tak* out many furnaces in good condi
tion and install Moncrlefs.
MONCRIEF FURNACE CO.,
915 North Davidson St. Main 7820.
LOUIS PATRICK please arrive in Craw
fordsvllle before 9 o'clock Monday morn
ing. Telephone LOUIS SINGER, J. A. 40.
Crawfordavllle. at once.
INSTRUCTIONS.
YOU are wanted for permanent U. S. gov
ernment positions. Men-women, 17 up.
should get ready now; $95-$l5O month.
Short hours. Pleasant work. Paid vaca
tions. Common education sufficient. Ex
perience unnecessary. List position free.
Write immediately. FRANKLIN INSTI
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PET STOCK AND POULTRY.
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180 Virginia ave. Phone Main 6533.
Everything In 'the bird and pet stock
line. Phone or call. Write for price list,
catalogue. Open evening* until 8;30 p. m,
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FIRMNESS MARKS
LEADING STOCKS
Crucible Under Pressure, but
General Motors Strong.
NEW YORK, April 24.—Fractional ad
vances were registered at the stock mar
ket opening today. Trading was In good
volume for a Saturday and a firm under
tone prevailed. United States Steel
opened at 96%, up %; Baldwin, 113, un
changed; Lackawanna, 83%, up %; Gen
eral Motors, 287, up 3%; Mexican Pe
troleum, 168, unchanged, and Crucible,
240, up 4.
Announcement of settlement of the
Stutz controversy was made a few min
utes before the market opened and there
fore had little effect on the opening price
levels. Within a few minutes after
trading started, however, the whole list
began to move forward.
Crucible acted contrary to the rest,
although the stock was up 4 points at
240. Selling orders caused it to react to
237.
After sharp advances that continued
for about half hour prices eased off
somewhat. Much of the advance was
attributed to short covering.
The market in geueral, however, dis
played a Arm tone in late dealings, and
Ibe close was firm. General Motors in
particular acted well, running up to 299,
up 15%. /
Closing prices were: United States
Steel. 96%, up % ; Crucible, 235%, off 1 .;
Baldwin, 112%, off %; Studebakor, 110,
up 2%; Mexican Petroleum, 168%. up %;
General Motors, 295%, up 15; Lackawan-,
ua, 82%v>ff %.
NEW YORK LIBERTY' BONDS.
NEW YORK, April 24,-Llberty bond
quotations; first 3%5, 93.30; first 4s,
65.50; second 4s, 85.00; first 4Vis. 85.90;
second 4%5, 85.84; third 4V,s. 90.60; fourth
4%5, 85.90; Victory, 3%i, 96.30; Victory
4%5, 96.4a
MOTOR SECURITIES.
(By Thomson &. McKinnon)
—Opening—
Bid. Ask.
Briscoe 63 63
Chalmers com 5 7
Packard* com 22 23 '
Packard pfil 92 93
Chevrolet 250 500
Peerless 42 45
*'nuUnenrai Motor* com
Continental Motors pfd 99 101
Reo Motor Car 25% 26
Elgin Motors 10% 11
Grant Motors 8% 8%
Ford of Canada 400 410
United Motors 40 60
National Motors 24 23%
Federal Truck *9 ~~
Paige Motors 40 41
Republic Truck 44 45
ACTIVE OH, STOCKS.
(By Thomson A McKinnon.)
—Open'ng—
Bid Tsk.
Anglo-Amwican Oil 24% 25
Atlantic) Refining 200 250
Borne-Bcrymser 470 490
Buckeye Pipe Line 9_> 92
Chesebrotigh Mfg ('on* .... 235 233
Cosden Oil and On* 8%
Crescent Pipe Line 30 32
Cumberland Pipe Line .... 136 145
Elk Basin Pete 9 9%
Eureka Pipe Line 113 120
Galena-Signal oil pref 94 08
Galena-Signal Oil, com .... .04 67
Illinois Pipe Line 168 173
Indiana Pipe Line 90 95
Merritt Oil 1' !f%
Midwest Oil 1% 2
Midwest Rfg 148 1
National Transit 3.) 31
New York Transit 165 175
Northern Pipe Lino 98 103
Ohio mi 3> 3*5
Penn.-Max 46 •’<>
Prmio-le OH * n d )* s , * H ' *’ls
Prairie Ptoe Line 220 230
Sapulpa Kefg 5 6*4
Solsr Refining 400 415
Southern Pipe Line 140 145
Routti Penn mi 295 :ton
Standard Oil Cos of Cal 33 337
Standard Oil Cos of Ind .... 715 730
Standard Oil Cos of Kan r>7<> 395
Standard mi Cos of Ky .... 400 420
Standard Oil Cos of Neh .... 49) 510
Standard Olt Cos of X Y .... 4<* 404
Standard Oil Cos of Ohio .... 450 490
Swan A Finch 94 90
Union Tank Line 116 ISO
Vacuum Oil 89" 4W,
Washington Oil 83 38
Today’s Markets in Review
By Thomson A McKinnon.
It would be interesting ts not instruc
tive if it were possible for aiyt one to
write a story of the week's stock market
and expose to public view every influ
ence, every current and cross current that
was Instrumental in shaping values, but
at best we are limited in viewing nffairs
to what appears on the surface. In at
tempting to analyze what we can ob
serve nnd comprehend there are in fact
onlv two points that aland out promi
nently. The first Is the practical con
tinuation of commercial financial and po
litical condition as they have existed
for some time. The other la the ten
dency on the part of the public to change
ideas In the interpretation <>f these con
ditions. No one can say at any degree
of authority that a violent change is lin
mediately before us. but on the other
hand there is a general unnntmity of
opinion that the change ia Inevitable, the
only doubt is ns to the time. Market
conditions as they exist Invariably lead
to a period of real liquidation and it
looks to us a* though this liquidation
is on.
Corn- Financial conditions as applied
to the corn market has been overridden
by the persistence and urgency of the
foreign demand for rye. There was
some reversal of position by former sell
ers. In addition there was uu invest
ment demand from some of the larger
local operators who were influenced by
action of the rye market and continua
tion of unfavorable weather. The real
worth of corn is to bo determined by its
vslua for feed for live stock. There Is
no <n)estlou but prevailing commercial
pries* are materially above a parity with
nogs’’ and cattle.
Assuming that the railroads will in
time be able to approximate normal serv
ice, and assuming weather conditions will
become favorable, wo believe the feeding
worth of corn, likewise the financial sit
uation, will have considerable to do with
the attitude of the producer.
Oats—Toward the lust there were re
ports of possibility of renew’ul of export
demand from France. The market broad
ened considerably. On the extreme ad
vance seaboard houses were sellers. This
market la simply a reflection tof corn.
Provisions—Arrangements of credit
with Germany have stimulated the pro
vision list, ft Is to be noted also that
some of the larger packer* appear to have
changed their attitude ns their brokers
appeared in the market with buying
orders. it is claimed accumulations
abroad will supply the demand created
by the extension of credit and this being
so the market here is likely to be de
pendent upon the receipts or bogs.
Local Bank Clearings
Saturday $2,629.000
Same day last year 2,386,000
Increase over last year $2-13,000
Clearings for week $15,709,000
Same week last year 14,771,000
Increase over last year 938,000
Foreign Exchange
Off lc at Close
NEW YORK, April 21.—Demand ster
ling sold at $3.87%, off %c, at the open
ing of the foreign exchange market to
day. Franc checks at 16.92, were off 10
centimes. Lire checks, 22.85, off 3.
Marks, .0165 and Canadian dollars, .9090.
Demand "sterling closed at $3247, off 1
cent. Franc checks were off 3 centimes
at 16.R8. Lire, 22.90, off 8; marks, .0163,
and Canadian dollars, .9090.
FET STOCK AND POULTRY.
DARK Rhodo Island eggs for setting.
Woodruff 1951.
COCKEREL, thoroughbred Rose Comb
Rhode Island, $3.00. North 8319.
DETECTIVES. ~
Quigley-Byiand Agency
Cml and Criminal Investigators
126-488 Law bldg Main 8868.
LATE FINANCIAL
NEWS
' i
NEW YROK, April 24.—The New York
>Sun financial review today said:
”T .-day's short session of the stock
market reflected great uneretalnty in
sentiment and the absence of a clear idea
of the elements operating- la the market.
"Very littlb interest was manifested in
any phase of the session so far as out- ;
aiders were considered.
“The steel, oil and motor groups made
an especially good showing in the first
half o fthe session, gaining 1 to 3 and 4
points. The sugars were likewise in
good demand ana there fvere considerable
spurts in various individual shares like
Stromberg, Central Leather and so on.
“The final stage was sluggish and un
interesting. Value* ebbed and flowed
within a narrow range, everything indi
cating a highly perfunctory perform
ance. The best that could be said was
that there was no evidence of weakness.”
i | ■ ■!■■■—■-H..1.1n. . ■*■■■ .
Local Stock Exchange
STOCKS.
Bid. Ask.
Ind. Ry. & Light com M
Tnd. Ry. & Light pfd 90 95
Imlpls. & Northwestern pfd 75
Indpls. & Southwest pfd . 75
Indpls. St. Railway 60% 70
T. H. T. & Light pfd...,
T. H., I, & E. com.. 1 2%
T. n., I. & E. pfd 10
U. T. of Ind. com 1
U. T. cf Ind. Ist pfd 5 8
U. T. of Ind. 2d pfd 2
Advanee-Rumely Cos. com... 39
Advance- Rum elr Cos. pfd.. 68
American Central Life 235
American Creosoting Cos. pfd 97
Belt Railroad, com... 105 115
Belt Railroad pfd 60 52%
Century Building Cos. pfd.. 99
Cities Service enm 269 880
Cities Service pfd 68 69
Citizens Gas Cos., 1917 34 37
Citizens Gas, prior to 1917.. 35
Dodge Mfg. Cos pfd 99% ...
i Home Brewing 32 ...
Indiana Hotel com 80 ...
Indiana Hotel pfd 98
Indiana National Life 4% ...
Indiana Title Guaranty .... A4 72
Indiana Pipe Line 90
Indpls. Abattoir pfd 48 62
Indianapolis Gas -50 56
Indpls. Tel. Cos. com 2
Indpls Tel. Cos. pfd 75
Mer. Pub. Util Cos. pfd 44 46
National Motor Cos. ... .... 23 26
National Underwriters Cos
Public Ravings 2% ...
Rauh Fertilizer .pfd 50
Standard Oil Cos. of 1nd.... 715
Sterling Fire Insurance.... 8% 0%
Stutz Motor Cos
Van Camp Hardware pfd.... 99 ...
Van Camp Packing pfd 100 ...
Van Camp Prod. Ist pfd.... 100
Van Camp Prqd. 2d pfd.... 99 ...
Vandalin Coal com -- 5
Vnirdalia Coal pfd 1C
Wabash Railway com 8 ...
abrsh WRailway pfd 23% ... j
BONDS.
Broad Ripple 5s 60 ...
Cltisens’ St. Ry. 5s 78 84
ind. Coke and Ga* Cos. 65.. 88 ...
Ind, Creek Coal and Min. 6s. 98 ...
Ind. Northern 3s
Indiana Union Trae. 6
Indpls., Col. A South. 55.... 88 ...
Indpls. & Greenfield 5s 90 100
Indpls & Martinsville 6s ... 38
Indpls. Jk North. 8s 37% 42
Indpls. & Northwestern 3s fl()
Indpls. A Southeast. 5s 44
Indpls , Rhelby. & 8. E. 6
indpls. B*. Ky. 4s 00 08
Indpls. Trae. and Ter. 55.... 65% ...
Kokomo, M. * W. 5s 82 84%
T H,. r. * E 3s
Union Trae of Ind. 3s 06
Citizens Gas 5s 77% 81
Indiana Hotel Cos. 2d 65.... 99 100%
Indianapolis Gas Cos.. 74 91
Ind. L. and H. 78 84
Indianapolis Water 65...... 88 94 j
Indianapolis Water 4% .... 70 80 i
M. II and L. ref 6a 89 94
New Telephone Ist 6s 94 ...
New Tel. 2d 6e 99
New Tel. Long Dist. 5s 93
South. Ind. Power 6s 90
BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES.
Aetna Trust 100
Bankers Trust 118
City Trust 82
Commercial National V> 73
Continental National 111% ...
‘Farmers Trust 290
Fidelity Trust 120
Fletcher American National. 257
Fletcher Riv. A Trust C 0.... P4B
Indiana National 290 295
Indiana Trust 200
Live Stock Exchange 382
Merchants National 263
National City 115 118%
People's State 176
Security Trust 120
State Savings and Trust ... 90
Union Trust Cos 360 870
Wash. Rank and Trust Cos.. 134
•Ex dividend.
LIBERTY BONDS.
Liberty 3%s 93 20 93.30
Liberty first 4s 85.40 85.70
Liberty second 4s 84,00 85.20 i
Liberty first 4%s 85.80 86.10
Liberty second 4%s ........ 83.74 86.04
Liberty third 414* 90.50 90.80
Liberty fourth 4%s 85.8 C. 86.10
Victory B*4* 9640 96 70
Victory 4\s 96.36 9t-.68
On Commission Row
Bananas are down %c pound to Bc.
Leaf lettuce is up 8c pound. Now sell
ing at 21@23c.
Onion sets are lower. Yellow, white
and re<l all selling at $3 bushel.
Potatoes nre 25c bag of 150 pounds
lower. Now quoted at $11.25 or $7.50
hundredweight.
Grapefruit w-as advanced $1 box to
$4 7.V<i!6. Higher at shipping point and
limited supplies, bv reason of the rail
strike, dealers say is responsible.
Oranges are mighty scarce. It was
estimated by one representative dealer
that there were not twepty-flve boxes on
the market. Strike has blocked
ment.
Commission Row looks like a deserted
village. Leading dealer is not quoting
for next week any celery, beets, spinach,
tomatoes or oranges. \ Stocks are getting
low and unless some relief is promised
soon dealers say they will have nothing
to sell.
TODAY’S PRICKS.
Apples --.Barrels, S7.S<VSIII; boxes,
$3.25(84.50; 40-lb. basket, $3®4.28.
Carrots—Basket, 40 lbs. $1.75; new
crop, dozen bunches, 40c; hamper, 60c0
$1.25.
Bananas—Pound, Bc.
Beans—Michigan navy, in bags, per lb,
B%e; pinto, 7%e; limns, 18c.
Beets —65-Ib bags, $l.C>O.
Cabbage—Pound. 5%5j6%c.
Celery—Florida, [email protected]; dox, $1.73. S
Cucumbers—Hothouse, Davis, dox.
$2.60; box 2 doz, $5.75.
Grapefruit—Extra fancy, Florida*,
$4.75@6.
Honey—Comb, new, case# of 24 caps,
88; extracted, 60-lb tins, 23e: South
American, dark extracted, IPc lb.
Kale—Bn., $2.50.
Lernons-Callfornia, standard box,
$4.75(25.50.
Lettuce—Leaf, lb, s2l@23c; Iceberg,
crate, 4 dox., $7.
Mangoes-Florida, 2-dox basket, $1.75;
crate, sl6.
Nuts —Filberts, lb, 20@32-:; English
walnuts, 37@40c; 'hestauts, 33c; pecans,
30c, 50c. 70c; Braxlls, 28e; almond 33
@36c; sudlback hickory 10c.
Oranges—California, navel, box, $4.00
@8.50.
Onions—lndiana red and yellow#, ewt,
$5.50; western yellow, ?C.50; Spanish
imported, 40-lb basket, $3; ihome-grewn,
green. 20@25c do* bunchus.
Onion Sets —Yellow, bu, $3; whit# and
red, $3.
Potatoes—Northern whites, bag, $11.28;
crate, $7.50.
Potatoes—Seed, Red Rtver Ohio, cwt,
$8; Early Rose, $7.50; eastern cobblers,
$8: Six Weeks Triumphs, $6.50.
Spinach—Texas, bu, $1.50@2.
Strawberries—Case, 24-plnt boxes,
$4.50@5.
Sweet Potatoes-Eastern Jersey, bu,
$3(0.3.25; Nancy Halls, [email protected].
Tomatoes—Crate, six baskets, $8;
basket, $1.50.
LOCAJL HIDE MARKET.
Green" Hides—No. 1,18 c; Wo. 3, 17a
BULK OF GOOD
HOGS DOWN 50C
Cattle Steady and Calves Off
$1.50 to $2.
RANGE OF HOG PRICES.
Good Good Good
April Mixed. Heavy. Light.
19. $17.25 $17.50
20. 17.00 917.25 18.50 [email protected]
21. 16.50 @ 16.75 15.50®,16.00 16.75®17.00
22. 15.50® 15.76 [email protected] [email protected]
23. 25.00@ 15.25 [email protected] 15.50
24. [email protected] 14.00 [email protected]
Receipts, 5.000 (4.300 carried over);
market, 25@50c lower.
Liberal receipts and lower outside mar
kets again combined to break prices in
the hog market.
There was no definite schedule estab
lished, the bulk of the light hogs selling
at sls, with few selected lights at,515.25
i and a load of extra fancy hogs at $15.50.
Toward the close the market stiffened
and buyers were forced to give a wider
allowance in the matter of weights.
Bulk of the hogs were bought on a
basis cf 160 to 250 pounds, [email protected]; 250
to 300, $14.50@15.
Sows were 50c lower at $11.50@12, with
the bulk of the sales at $11.50.
Pigs sold 25(g50c off at [email protected], with
bulk of sales at sl4 and down.
On the opening day of the week bulk
of the light hogs sold at $17.50, or $2.50
higher.
Heavies ’'sold at [email protected] Monday, as
compared with [email protected] today.
Sows are $1.50 lower for the week at
$11.50@12, against $13(313.50. and pigs are
$2.50@2 75 lower at [email protected], ’ compared
to $16.50@17.
Cattle.
Receipts, 600; market steady.
There were just about enough cattle
on hand for the short Saturday market
nnd prices showed no material change.
On the -week heifers and light steers
re considered $1 lower, with cows only
about 25c lower.
There has been less pressure exerted
on cow prices than is usual in a mar
ket headed lower.
Proportion of cows to other grades
of cattle ha* been light and this scarcity
of supply has forced to hold prices
about steady.
Canners and cutters have not changed,
while bulls are fully steady If not 25e
stronger.
Steers with any weight have been the
hardest hit and the end of the week
finds them $1.50@2 lower than on Mon
day.
Market on heavy steers at Chicago
has been sharply lower all week Aud
buyers seem to have a preference for
the light stuff with weight and finish.
This ha* lefc the heaevier grades
neglected and prices suffered propor
tionately.
Calve*.
Receipt*. 800; market $1 50@2 lower.
Receipts and lower markets at outside
points were against calf salesmen and
the botton dropped out of prices.
Choice veals sold at $14.50; good. sl3@
14; medium, s9@lo, and the “dinks,'' $6
@B
- the opening of the week choice veals
sold at $17.50: good. $15.50@17; medium,
$12@15, and the ••dinks,” *c@ll.
These figures show a loss of ?2.50@3
for the week on calves and salesmen re
■ port that heavy receipts are the prime
! cause.
Rainy weather is another factor, sales
men say, that has been a moving con
sideration in the matter of lower prices.
Farmers have been unable to get in
their fields most of the week and with
time on their hands they cranked up the
fliwer and started to market with any
spare calf they had on the place.
This has resulted in a flood of receipts
that the market could not absorb and
prices broke sharply.
Sheep.
Receipts. 25; market, steady.
Some native lambs sold at 20c and sons
sheep at 10c, or steady, considering qual
| ,tT ' *
HOGS.
Best light hogs, 160 to 225
lbs. average -....515.00
226 to 2oC lbs. aver 15.25
25 Oto 800 ibs aver [email protected]
Over 300 lbs aver 34.00
Bulk of sows 31.50
Beat pigs, under 140 lbs [email protected]
Bulk of good hogs 15.00
CATTLE.
—Steers —
Prime corufed steers, 1,300 lbs
and up [email protected]
Good to choice steers, 1,300
lbs and up [email protected]
Good to choice steers, 960 to
1.200 lbs [email protected]
Common to medium steers,
900 to 1.000 lbs [email protected]
Common to medium steers,
1,100 to 1,200 ibs 10.50@ 12.00
—Bulls and Calves—
Good to choice butcher bulls. 9 50@10 50
Bologna bulls B.W@ 9.00
Light common bulls..* ”.00@ 8.00
Choice veals 14.50
Good veals 13.0<>@14 00
Medium veals 9.00@ 10.00
Llgltweight veals - 6.o(>@ 8.00
—Stockers nnd. Feeding Cattle-
Good to choice steers, 800 lbs
and up 10.00@ 10.50
Common to fair steers, 800
lbs and up 9.00@ 9.50
Good to choice steers, under
800 lbs [email protected]
Common to fair steers, under
800 lbs 7.50@ 8.50
Good cows 70..@ 8.00
Medium to good cows 6.25@ 7.25
Good helfirs [email protected]
Medium to goegtvheiferi- 7.00<q 7.50
Good milkers 100.00@ 125.00
Medium milkers [email protected])
Stock calves. 250 to 450 lbs.. [email protected]
—Heifers and Cows—
Good to choice heifers [email protected]
Medium heifers 10.00@ 11.00
Common to light heifers 8 '(>@1000
Good to choice cows [email protected]
Fair to medium cows S.oo@ 9.00
Canners 5.00@ 5.50
Cutters 6.50@ 5.50
SHEEP AND LAMBB.
Good to choice sheep 8.50<g10.00
Common to medium shesp.... 5.00tq 8.00
Good to choice lambs [email protected]
Common to medium yearlings [email protected]
Western fed lambs lfi.OOfri 18.50
Good to choice lambs [email protected]
Common to medium lambs... 15.OOfejl 17.00
Bucks, per 100 lbs 7.00@ 8.00
Other Live Stock
CLEVELAND. April 24.—Hogs—Re
ceipts. 1,500; market 15@35c lower; york
ers, sl6; mixed, sl6; medium, sls; pigs,
$15.50; roughs, sl3; stags. $lO. Cattle-
Receipts. 200; market slow. Sheep and
lambs—Receipts. 1,500; market steady;
top, $18.50. Calves —Receipts, 200; mar
ket 50c lower; top, sl9.
CINCINNATI. 0., April 24.—Hogs—Re
ceipts, 3,500; market slow and steady,
with yesterday's average; heavy, $14.50®
15; mixed, $15.50; mediums, sl6; lights.
$15.75; pigs, sls; roughs, $11.50; slag*.
$8.50. Cattle—Receipts, 800; market
weak; bulls steady, calves, sl6. Sheep—
Reee-pts, 60; marl.et steady.
EAST &T. LOUIS, 111., April 24.—Cattle
—Receipts ; market, steady. Hogs—Re
ceipts,; 7,000; market, 26@50c lower
mixed and butchers, $14.25@13; good
heavies, $15.75®14; rough heavies, $10.50
@11.50; light, $14.50@15; pigs, [email protected];
bulk of sales, [email protected]. Sheep—Re
ceipts, 750; market, steady.
CHICAGO, April 24.—Hogs—Receipts,
18,000; mnrket. 25@40c higher: bulk.
*[email protected]; butcher*, [email protected];
packers, [email protected]; light, [email protected];
pigs. $13.50® 15; roughs, $11.50@12. Cat
tle—Receipts, 3,000; market, steady;
beeves, slo@l4, butchers, s7@l3; canners
and cutters, $4@S; stockers and feeders,
$7.25® 11.35; cows, s7®l3; calves, slß@ls.
Sheep—Receipts, 2,000; market, steady;
lambs, $17.50@10; ewes. $10.50® 13.50.
PITTSBURG, April 24.—Cattle-Re
ceipts light; market slow; choice, f!4.50
@ls; good, [email protected]; fail’, $12@13;
veal calves, $16@17. Sheep and lambs—
Receipts fair; market steady; prime
wethers, [email protected]; good, [email protected];
fair mixed, $10@12; spring lambs, slo®
18.50. Hogs—Receipts, 25 doubles; mar
ket lower; prime heavies, $14.25® 14.50;
mediums. [email protected]; heavy yorkers,
$13.65®36.76; light yorkera, [email protected];
pigs. $15.65® 16.75; roughs, $11®12; stags,
$S®9.
EAST BUFFALO, N. Y., April 24.
Cattle —Receipts, 14,000; market slow and
steady; shipping steers, $13@14; butcher
grades, $8®12.75; cows, [email protected]. Calves-
Receipts, i00; market active, 50c higher;
cull# to choice, $6®17.50. Sheep and
lambs —Receipts, 2,800; market, lambs
slow, 50c lower; choice lambs, [email protected];
culls to fair, *12018.50; yearlings. sls@
16.50; sheep, [email protected]. Hogs—Receipts,
6,400: market ac'tiee, 25c lower; yorkera,
GRAINS RALLY
AFTER OPENINGi
Europe Reported in Market!
for Large Supplies.
CHICAGO. April. 24.—Grain futures'
closed sharply higher on the Chicago!
Board of Trade today.
Buying of shorts, fresh speculative!
buying induced by reports of Europai
being in the market for large quantities!
of grain and unfavorable weather fore-i
casts for next week caused the upward!
trend of the market.
May corn v advanced 2%c, closing *ti
SI.G7V4, after opening down lc at $1.65.
July corn closed 3c higher at $1.60,
after opening %c lower at $1.57, and Sep
tember corn closed at $1.54%, up 2%c tl
after opening at $1.51 Vi.
May oats closed up l%c at 96%c, after'
opening down %c.
July oats closed up 2c at 87c, after
opening down %c at 85c.
Provisions closed higher.
CHICAGO GRAIN.
—April 24
CORN—Open. nigh. Low. Close.
May. 1.65 1.67% 1.64% 1.07% fl%
July 1.57 1.60% 1.56% 1.60 t2%-
Sept. 1.51% 1.54% Lsl 1.54% fl%
OATS—
May. 94% 96% 94% 96% tl
July 85 87% 84% 87 Tl%
PORK—
May. 35.70 36.10 35.70 36.10 t -40
LA RO-
May. 10.42 19.85 19.42 19.75 t .43
July 20.15 20.60 20.15 20.55 t -48
RIBS-
May. 17.90 18.07 17.00 18.07 t .17
July 18.05 18.90 18.65 18.90 t -25
tlncrease over yesterday's close.
TOLEDO CLOSE.
TOLEDO, 0., April 24.—Corn—No. -3
yellow $1.72. Oats—No. 2 cash, $1.09@
1.10. Rye—No. 2 cash, $2.08. Barley—
No. 2 cash. $1.75. Alslke—Cash and April,
S3O. Cloverseed—Cash and April, S2B;
October, $23.55; December, $22.55. Timo
thy—Cash, 1917 and 1918 eash $5.40; 191*
cash and April, $5.55; May, $5.50; Sep
tember. $5.90; October. $5.70; December,
$5.70. Butter, 73c. Eggs, 44c. Hay, $42.
PRIMARY MARKETS.
(By Thomson & McKinnon.)
—Keceipts—
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 19.000 64,000 69,000
Milwaukee.... 3.000 8.000 71,000
Minneapolis... 258.000 16,000 50,000
Duluth 89,000
St. Louis 12,000 34,000 30,000
Toledo 3,000 .......
Kansas City.. 157,000 16.000 3,000
Peoria 24.000 16,000 16,000
Omaha 46,000 70,000 80,000
Indianapolis.. 5,000 19,000 28,000
Totals 621.000 250.000 389.000
Year ago... 330.000 783.000 704.000
—Shipments—
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago 300.000 15.000 41,000
Milwaukee 12.000 10,000 51,000
Minneapolis... 109.000 12,000 134.000
Duluth 89,000
St. Louis 1,000 3,000 44/100
Toledo 6,000
Kansas City.. 86,000 15.000 7,000
Peoria 8.000 5,000
Omaha 48,000 91,000 94,000
Indiqnapolis 8,000 10,000
Totals 645.000 168,000 386,000
x Year ago.. .1,740.000 392,000 501,000
—Clearauces—
Year ago... 745,000 35.000
INDIANAPOLIS CASH GRAIN.
—April 24-
Corn —Steady; No. 3 yellow, $1.76%@
1.77.
Oats—Strong; No. 2 white, $1.11; No.
3 white, $1.10%.
Hay—Strong; No. 1 timothy $39.50@
40; No. 2 timothy. $35.50@30; light clo
ver mix'®, $38.50@39; No. 1 lovr
mixed, [email protected].
—lnspections
Corn—No. 2 white. 3 <%r*; No. 3 white,
3 cars; No. 3 yellow 1 car; No. 4 yel
low. 1 car; sample yellow, 1 car; total,
9 cars.
Oats —No. 2 white. 7 ear*; No. 3
white, 2 cars; total, 9 cars.
Hay—Standard timothy, 1 car; No. 3
timothy, 4 cars; total, 5 cars.
Straw—No. 1 oats, 1 car.
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT.
—April 24—*
Output of Flour — Barrels.
A’.ril 24, 1920. 4,702
April 17, 1920 2,970
April 26, 1919 11,90*
April 27. 1918 6.523
Inspections for Week — —Bushels—
-1919. 1920.
Wheat 13.000 4,00*
Corn 122,000 83,000
Oats 152,000 60,000
Rye ...... 1,400
Twenty cars hay.
—Stock In Store—
Wheat. Corn. Oats. Rye.
April 24, 1920 266.330 587,120 73.500 3.57)
April 26, 1919.442.330 562,640 149,700 6.990
April 27, 1018 . 32,840 789,060 241,560 6,320
WAGON MARKET.
The following are the Indianapolis
prices of hay and grain by the wagon
load:
Hav—Loose timothy, $33®35 a ton;
mixed, $32®33; clover. $33@35. ~
Corn—sl.7d®-1.75 bushel.
Oats—sl@los a bushel.
Straw—Wheat, sß@9 ton; oats, $14@15.
CLEVELAND PRODUCE.
CLEVELAND, 0..‘ April 24.—Butter-
Creamery in tubs, extra, 70%@71c; extra
fancy. 71%@72c; firsts. 69%@i0c: prints,
lc higher; seconds, G3@o4e; packifg, 38
®4lc.
Eggs—Fresh gathered extra. 46c; fresh
extra, 45c; northern Ohio fresh, new
cases, 44c; old cases, 43c; western firsts,
43c.
Poultry—Chickens, 45@46c: light fowls,
40@42c; extras, 45®46c; roosters. 24c;
springers, 44@45e.
CHICAGO PRODUCE.
CHICAGO. April 24.—Butter—Receipts.
4.147 tubs; creamery, extra. 65%c; stand
ard, 650; firsts, 59®64c; packing stock,
34®39%0. Eggs—Receipts, 41.90S cases;
ordinary firsts, SS@39c; firsts, 41%@
42%e; miscellaneous. 89@41c; checks, 33
®3sc; dirties. 34%@35%c. Cheese—Twins,
new, 27©27%c daisies, 29%@30%;-young
Americas, 30%c; longhorns. 30c; brick,
28®28%c. Live poultry—Turkeys, 35c;
chickens. 34%c; springs, 36c; roosters,
23c; geese, 22c; ducks, 3Se. Potatoes-
Receipts. 9 cars; Minnesota, Dakota,
Ohio, [email protected]. '
WHOLESALE PRODUCE.
Wholesalers are paying the following
prlees in Indiananolls for eggs, poultry
and packing stock butter: •
Eggs—Fresh, 37c doz.
Poultry—Fowls, 33c; broilers, 1% to
2 llis. 50c; cocks, ISc; old tom turkeys,
32c; young torn turkeys, 12 lbs and up,
SSc; young hen turkeys, 8 lbs and up
88c; cull thin turkeys not wanted; ducks
4 lbs up, 22c; ducks, under 4 ibs, 18c;
geese. 10 lbs up, 18c; squabs, 11 lbs to
dox, $7.50.
Butter —Clean packing stock, 33c Ihj
fresh creamery butter, in prints, is sell
ing at wholesale at 67c; in tubs, 66c.
Butter Fat—lndianapolis buyers axe
paying 68c.
Cheese—(wholesale selling prices)—
Brick, 29®30c lb; New York cream. 33c;
Wisconsin full cream, 34©35c; Long
horns. 34@35c; limburgger, 38c.
• Manv people now invest in ■ \
high grade listed stocks and
bonds without capital —that is, they
buy them on the Kriehel Systematic
Sarins Plan and pay for them out
of their monthly earning*.
They are finding it highly profit
able. It is not a short cut to wealth,
but it invariably yield* liberal inter
est plat a profit.
What can be accomplished by thi*
plan is told in Peter Perkins’ story,
'•Getting Ahead.” By investing $35
per month for 10 years he accumu
lated SIO,OOO. The booklet tells
you what stocks he bought, the diri-
E3 dends received each year, ami *ke
n • ■ market advance of each stock.
It’s fatcinatiag. Shall wo *ad r%I
IhHII you a copy! it’i free* Dept* 1* m
f 0 COteM
investment A>naaac2rr;®
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