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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM FRIDAY, JAN. 31, 1919.
E. W. WAGNER A CO.'S REVIEW
. CHICAGO, Jan. 31.--The early corn
bulge was 'on primary corn receipts,
, , being about 50 per cent below normal.
Fear of an advance in January corn
' and talk of very high cash corn price
;: In the country also had some influ-
ence.' There are endless reports of
farmers holding corn and refusing to
:; sell, meanwhile part ofthe small corn
arrivals at Chicago are undoubtedly
V due to an entire absence of any de
: mand. Chicago jobbers and eastern
consumers of various necessities are
exceedingly apprehensive of present
: - high prices and appear to be loading
' up in the smallest kind of way. Corn
; and provisions look much lower for
long distance. Argentine corn news
Indicates that large interests In this
country are contracting for large
.: amounts and that shipping will flnal-
ly be produced to move this stuff. In
i: dustrlal news remains unchanged,
& pointing to bulge sales in stocks and
. CHICAGO GRAIN RANGE
Furnished by E. W. WAGNER & CO.,
212 Union Nat. Bank Bldg."
CHICAGO. Jan. 31. Following is
v the range of futures on Chicago Board
; : of Trade today :
-1 Open High
v.t Mar. ......126 126
; May 121 121 M
V July 117
Mar. 57 67
May ...... 68 68
- July Q 66
-J my 38.60 38.70
- May ...... 23.05 23.15
-May 21.25 21.35
37.70 - 38.20
TOLEDO SEED PRICES
r TOLEDO, O., Jan. 31. Clover seed
Prime cash, $24.25; Jan. and Feb.,
1 124.25; March, 123.50. Alslke Prime
?: cash and Jan., $16.90; March, $17.00.
2 Timothy Prime cash, old, $4.77 V6;
r new, $4.87; Jan. and Feb., $4.87;
', March, April and May, $4.95; Sept.,
i; CHICAGO, Jan. 31. Corn No. 3.
t yellow, nominal; No. 4 yellow, $1.30
.1.32; No. 5 yellow, $1.25(1.29;.
: ,Oat No. 3 standard white, 6758c;
t standard, 5759c.
Pork, nominal; ribs, $21.00022.00;
;. lard, $22.72.
LIVE STOCK PRICES
' INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., January 31.
r. Hogs Receipts 6,500.
Cattle Receipts 600.
Calves Receipts 300.
Sheep Receipts 100.
Hoes Poor to mixed, 116 to 200 lbs.
S17.3517.60; mixed and select, 160 to
224 lbs.. $17.60 17.70; mixed and med
ium. 189 to 199 lbs., $17.50 17.60; good
to choice. $17.40017.60; mixed and se
lected. 200 to 224 lbs.. $17.60; mixed
and selected, 225 to 249 lbs., $17.60
$17.75; mixed and selected, 250 lbs
up, $17.60 17.75; fat hogs weighing
; 130 to 155 4hs, $16.50 17.25; fat
.back pigs. $16.50 down; . feeding
pigs, $15.50 down; feeding pigs,
under 130 lbs., $15.00 down; sows, uc
".ordirg to quality, $13.0014.50; bulk
of sows, $15.0016,00; good to prime,
$17.5017.70; poor to choice, $17.50
Cattle--Killing steers Extra good,
1,300 lbs, and upward, $18.00 19.00;
good to choice, 1,300 lbs. and upward,
$17.5018.00; common to medium, 1,
300 lbs., and upward, $15.0016.50;
good to choice, 1,200 ' to 1.300 lbs.,
$15.50 16.50; common to medium, 1,
1.200 pounds, $13.60 15.00; - good to
200 to 1,300 lbs., $14.0014.75; good
to choice, 1,100 to 1.200 lbs., $15.00
16.00; common to medium, 1.100 to
choice, 1,000 to 1.100 lbs, $11.50
12.50; common to medium, 1,100 to 1,
200 lbs., $11.00 12.50; poor to good
1,000 lbs, and upward. $t8.0018.50;
under 1.000 lbs., $1114.50.
Heifers Good to best. 800 lbs. and
upwards, $ll.0012.00; common to
medium, 800 lbs. up. $9.5010 60; good
to best, under 800 lbs.. $11.0013.00;
common to medium, under 800 lbs.,
. Cows Good to host. 1,050 lbs , ap
wards, $10.0012.50; common to med
ium, 1,050 lbs., upward, $9.5010.00;
good to best, under 1.050 lbs.. $9.00
10.50; common to medium, under 1,050
lbs., $9 00 10.50; canners and cutters,
Bulls Common o best, 1,300 Ihs.
upward, $9 50 10.50, good to choice,
under 1,300 pounds, $9.00 10.00;
comon to good bolognas, $8.009.O0.
Calves Good to choice -veals, under
200 lbs., $14.00 15.00; common to
medium veals, under 200 lbs., $9.00
$13.00; good to choice heavy calves,
$9.0010.00; common to medium
heavy calves. $6 00 8.00.
Stockers and Feeding Cattle Good
to choice steers, 800 lbs. and up, $12
13,50; .good to choice steers, under
700 lbs., $10.0010.50; common to me
dium steers under 800 pounds,
$350$!) 50; common to fair
steers, under 800 lbs., and up, $10.00
$1150; common to fair steers,
under 800 lbs., $7.508.75; medium
to good heifers, $8.009.00; medium
to good cows, $7.008.00; uptingers.
$8.009.00;. stocK calves, 250 pounds
to 450 pounds, $8.0010.00.
. Sheep and Lambs Bucks, per 100
lbs. $7.007.5O; good to choice
nheep, $7.50 9.00; common to good
lambs, $14.6015.00; other good light
lambs, $10.0013.00; western fed
sheep 9.50 down; good to choice heavy
lambs, $14.60015.00; good to choice
yearlings. $8.00 $10.00; common to
medium sheep, $S down. Good to choice !
lambs, $12.00 12.60; common to med-l
lum lambs, $10.0014.00; western fed
lambs, $16.50 down.
CINCINNATI, O., Jan. 31 Hogs
Receipts 7,600; market steady; pack
ers and butchers $17.50. Cattle Re
ceipts 600, market steady. Cows $5.75
10. Market weak $5015. Sheep
Receipts, none; market steady. Lambs
Receipts, none, market steady. '
EAST BUFFALO, N. Y., Jan. 31.
Cattle Receipts ; 600; good, steady;
common easier. Calves Receipts
1,000, $1.20 higher; $518.25.
Hogs Receipts 4,800; pigs steady;
best grades 15 cents lower; heavy and
mixed $18.0018.10, a few $18.25;
Yorkers $18.00; light Yorkers $16.50
$17.50; pigs $1616.50; throw outs,
$1216; stags $1013.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts 5,000;
lambs 15 cents higher; yearlings 50
cents higher; lambs $1717.50; year
lings $1015; others unchanged.
IT. S. BUREAU OF MARKETS,
CHICAGO, Jan. 31. Hogs Receipts,
35,000; market about steady with yes-
terday's average. Bulk of sales, $17.35
17.65; butchers, $17.5017.70; light.
$16.5017.50; packing, ..16.50
17.40; throw outs. 15.7516.50; pigs,
good to choice, $12.50(016.50.
Cattle Receipts, 2,000; beef, steers
and she stocks strong to unevenly
higher, mostly 25 cents tip; bulls,
steady to strong; calves and feeders,
steady with Tuesday's close. Beef
cattle, good, choice and prime, $16.25
20.00, common and medium, $10.00
16.25; butcher stock, cows and heif
ers, $6.7514.25; canners and cutter,
$5.756.75. Stockers and feeders,
good, choice and fancy, $10.5014.25;
inferior, common and medium, $7.75
10.50. Veal calves, good and choice,
Sheep Receipts, 8,000, market open
ing 10 to 15 cents lower. Lambs,
choice and prime, $16.50(316.60; me
dium and good, $9.2510.50; culls, $5
CHICAGO, Jan. 31. Butter market
higher; creamery firsts, 3642c
Eggs Receipts, 5,792 cases; market
lower; firsts, 43c, lowest, 42.c.
Live Poultry Market lower; fowls,
27c; springers, 26.
Potatoes Receipts, 50 cars; mar
ket firm; Wis., Mich., Minn., bulk,
$1.601.70; do. sacks, $1.651.70.
NEW YORK STOCK LIST
NEW YORK, Jan 31. Tho closing
quotations on tho stock exchange
American Can, 46.
American Locomotive, 59.
American Jieet Sugar, C8V&.
American Smelter, 71. .
Anaconda, 59. N
Atchison, ex. div., 91.
Bethlehem Steel, bid, 59.
Canadian Pacific, 158.
Chesatpeake & Ohio. 55 Lid.
Great Northern Pfd., 92.
New York Central, 73.
Northern Pacific, 91.
Southern Pacific, 98.
Pennsylvania, ex. div., 44.
U. S. Steel Com., 89.
NEW YORK, Jan. 31. The final
price.'i on Liberty bonds today were:
3. $99.00; 1st converted 4's. $93.12;
2d 4, $92.90; 1st converted 4. $95.60;
2.1 converted 4, $94.50; 3d 4,
$95.34; 4th 4. $94.40.
Buying Netv corn, $1.45; new oats,
60c; rye, $1.25; straw, per ton, $7.00.
Selling Cottonseed meal, per ton.
$67.00; per cwt. $3.50; tankage, 60
.e" caru, per ton. $93.00; per cwt..
$4.75; 60 percent, $108 per ton; $5.50
. .. . . . r,.r ,1 p 1 . . ro
1 1; n i. , udn.ri uaii y irscu, iuii,
I per cwt
$2.75; linseed oil meal, per
$75; per cwt., $100; salt, per
FRUIT & VEGETABLES
(Corrected Dally by Eggemeytr's)
New cabbage, 5c pound: Chinese
cabbage, 20c pound; green beans, 20c
pound: carrots, 5c pound; spring
beets, 5c pound: cauliflower, 25c lb.;
cucumbers. 30c; egg plant, 25c pound;
kohlrabi, 10c per bunch; leaf lettuce.
25c per' lb.; bead lettuce, trimmed.
35c pound, untrlmmed 25 cents pound;
leak, 10c a bunch; Bermuda onions,
5c per lb.; parsley, 6c a bunch; man
goes, 8c each; tomatoes, hot house
grown, 35o lb.; Jersey sweet potatoes,
10c lb.; turnips, new, 5c pound: pota
toes new. $1.75 bu.; young onions,
10 cents a ounch; breakfast radishes,
10c bunch; button mushrooms, $t.00 a
pound; cranberries, 30 tents a pound;
fiprnuls, 35c straight; parsnips, 5c lb.;
Black wainuts. 10c pound, $3.60 bu.;
straight; Malaga grapes, 40c pound;
pumpkins and squashes, 2c to 5c per
Kggs. 45c; butler, creamery, 55c;
For LESS Money
Feed Your Hens "
We offer a few tons of good Chicken Wheat
$3.25 a hundred
Omer G. Whelan
The Feed Man"
31-33 So. 6th St.
country, 47c lb.
. Country butter, 40c lb.; Eggs, 37c
dozen; old chickens, 22c pound; fry
chickens, 24c pound.
- Fruits '
Grape fruit, 10c, 15c and 18c; alll
gaflor pears, 50c each; bulk King
apples, 10c lb., or $1.75 per basket;
Jonathan apples, 3 lbs., 25c; bananas,
10c lb.; lemons, 40c doz.; limes, 60c
doz.; oranges, 50c doz.; strawberries,
$1.00 qt. - , ; '
Hardware Business Is
Not Yet Up to Normal
The hardware display at Indianap
olis was better than last year but silll
not up to normal according to J. G.
Hornaday who hai been attending the
Retail Hardware association in Indian
apolis. Displays have been hampered
because of low stocks, although the sit-
uation is Improving
An official of the American Steel
and Wire company who gave an in
teresting talk at the convention, sum
marizing the business outlook 6aid
that goods will probably be reduced
gradually. At present there is no
flooding of the market or lowering of
Representatives SImms discussed
the new tax bill that is advocated in
Others present at the convention
from , Richmond were Ira Swisher pf
the Jones Hardware company, Fred
Miller, George .'Miller, and Ambrose
Representatives from surrounding
towns wejp present.
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Tho albatross spends Its life, with
the exception of a few weeks given
each year to nesting, entirely at sea,
and Is on the wing practically all the
Don't be foxy it's an acknowledg
ment that you lack real ability.
AS YOU RUB IT IN
Dr. Jones Liniment
A w r- n
FAMOUS for OVER FIFTY YEARS
Rheumatism, Stiff Joints, Neuralgia, Burnt,
Backacht, Sore Muscles, Lameness, Cold
In Chest, Brulsos, Sprains, Strains
Keep a Bottle handy on the bath room
shelf for First Aid Emergency.
It penetrates to the Spot that Hurts
and makes Pain Vanish.
PRICE, 30,60 and 1.20.
LOOK FOR THE BEAVER ON EVERY PACKAGE.
State of Indiana, Wayne County, ss:
Edward T. Parry vs. Henry Ij. Hill, et
al, Wayne Circuit Court, January
Term, 1919. No. 18522.
Be it known that on the 30th day of
January, 1919 the above named plain
tiff by his attorneys, filed In the office
of the Clerk of the Wayne Circuit
Court his complaint against said De
fendants in the above entitled cause
Complaint for Money had and Receiv
edDemand $5327.44, together with
the affidavit of a competent person,
showing that' said defendant, Henry
L. Hill, is oot a resident of the Ktale
Said Defendant, Henry L. Hill,
therefore Is hereby notified of the
filing and pendency of said complaint
against bim and that unless he appear
and answer or demur thereto, at the
calling ot the said cause, on the 25tb
day of March, 1919. a day of the Janu
ary Term of said Court, which was
begun and held at the Court House in
the City of Richmond on the first
Monday of January, 1919, said com
plaint and the matters and things
therein contained and alleged, will m
taken as true, and the said cause will
be heard, and determined in bis ab
sence. Witness the Clerk and the seal of
said Court at the City of Richmond
this 30th day or January, 1919.
LINUS PI MEREDITH. Clerk.
Robert G. Morrison and Robbins, Rel
)er & Robbins, Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Jan. 31; Feb. 7-14
Head from famous statue of
On the entry of French troops into
Strassburg, students of that section
tied huge ropes about the famous
Bismack statue and decapitated it.
It has been left in the public square
as a memento of the historic incident.
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been using for years. The Indiana is the product of years of
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Christy Matheivson May
Manage New York Giants
(By Associated Press.)
' NEW YORK, Jan.. 31. Christy
Mathewson,' idol of New York sport
enthusiasts, may become manager of
the New York Giants, it was rumored
here today. While official confirma
tion is not obtainable, the fact that
Pat Moran yesterday signed a con
tract to succeed Mathewson as man
ager of the Cincinnati Reds is regard
ed as significant.
Mathewson,; who is in France as a
captain in the chemical service of the
United States army, failed to answer
a cablegram from President Herrman
ot the Cincinnati club, concerning a
renewal of his contract. John J. Mc
Graw, who recently acquired part
ownership of the Giants, is reported
to be anxious to relinquish the bur
dens of active field managership. Mo
Graw and Mathewson have been close
friends for years.
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A Nutritious Diet for All Ages.
Quick Lunch; Home or Office.
OTHERS are IMITATIONS
Load on Any Road
Eggs Drop Ten Cents on
Local Market Today
, The price of eggs 'dropped 10 cents
on the Richmond market today. They
are -now selling for 45 cents a dozen.
Creamery butter has dropped 5
cents, how selling for 55 cents and
country has dropped three cents, now
selling for 47 cents.
A good smile has sold many a bilL
The Punktal Lens is the only, lens that meets the
highest ideal of a spectacle lens. It is as far su
perior to the toric as the toric is to the flat lens.
It gives an equally ' broad field of vision but it
gives the field perfection of form and outline no
blur, no inequality. ,
For a correct fitting and Punktal Lenses see
Miss C. M. Sweitzer
1002 Main St.
As I am quitting farming, I will sell at public sale at my residence on the H.
C. Brawley farm, 5 miles southwest of New Madison, 4 miles northeast of New
Paris, and mile southwest of Braffettsville, on the New Madison and New
Paris road, on
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1919
Beginning at 10 a. m., the following:
' 6 Head of Horses 6
Consisting of Sorrel horse coming 10, weight 1550, good worker and liner;
bay gelding coming 12, wt. 1475, good worker and liner; iron gray mare com
ing 4, wt. 1375, good worker; bay colt coming 3, wt. 1375, well broke; brown
gelding coming 3, wt. 1150; light bay yearling colt, wt. 1050 lbs.
18 Head of Cattle 18
Consisting of 3 Jersey cows to freshen by day of sale; red cow fresh Dec
26th; 2 Jersey heifers giving a good flow of milk; 2 red heifers coming 2
years old, to freshen in July; red yearling heifer; 6 red steers ready for the
block, will average 800 lbs; 3 spring heifer calves.
35 Head of Hogs 35
Thirty-five shoats will weigh 80 lbs. by day of sale
Farming Implements, Harness and Feed
Eight-foot cut Deering binder. 5-f t.-cut Deering mower with buncher, 10-7
Hoosier disc drill with fertilizer and grass seed attachments, Hoosier 5-hoe
disc drill with fertilizer and grass seed attachments, Superior corn planter
with check row attachment and 150
plow, Gale riding breaking plow, Janesville corn plow. Improved Buckej
corn plow, double disc harrow, 3-wing wood frame harrow, 3-section land or
corn roller, hay rake, hay tedder, 2-row stalk cutter, two 5000-lb. wagons with
flat bottom and stock racks combined,
sled fodder cutter, grindstone, sickle grinder, slop cart, 2 'seed sowers, forks,
shovels, one-half dozen A-shape chicken boxes, A-shape hog box, cream sep
arator, 10-gal. barrel churn, etc. These are first-class farming implements.
HARNESS Two sets breechmg
buKRy harness, 4 sides leather work
leather buggy nets, work collars, bridles, lines and stable blankets.
FEED Eight tons mixed hay, 200
yellow corn, 400 bushels white corn,
D. E. NORTH and GUY KATZEJNBAKGJiK, Auctioneers.
F. G. WILEY & E. SMITH, Clerks.
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getting milk, produce, grain or livestock to market is not
profitable. The truck way is the modern way and is being
adopted by the farmers of Wayne and surrounding counties.
Call at our salesrooms and let U3 demonstrate the fitness
of the Commerce for farm needs.
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NEW PRICES 30c 60c. $1.20
rods of wire, Oliver riding breakin I
Sidel rubber tire buggy, tank neater,
harness, 2 sides hip strap harness, set
nets, 2 sides of cotton work nets, 2 sides
bushels good clean oats, 800 bushels
sack of Little Red clover seed.
Fo Ho Pickeinis
Lunch by New Madison Grange
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