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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN.TELEGRA13 MONDAY, MAY 12, 1919.
PAGE THIRTEEN 1 sjocai GRAIN QUOTATIONS E. W. WAGNER A. Co.'8 REVIEW CHICAQO. May 12. Corn higher on rise of three to six cents in cash staff to a new record and chance of planting delay. Hogs were twenty to thirty cents higher. Forecast sug gests showers. Primary corn receipts very email at two million per week. Large corerlng by shorts responsible for the rally. Local guesses suggest sharp adrance the main guide over night. The United States continues to plan reduced flour prices. CHICAQO GRAIN RANQE' Furnished by E. W. WAQNER A CO., 212 Union National BanK Build ing. Phone 1720. CHICAGO. May 12. Following is the range of futures on Chicago Board of Trade today: ' Open High Lew dose Corn May ......172 . 179 ..1714 178 July 163 16914 163 168 Sept. 1554 161 1554 159 Oats May 68 704 63 69 July ...... 67 694 67 634 Porlr July 50.90 61.10 50.80 51.00 Lard July ......32.15 32.15 32.00 32.10 Riba vJuly 28.10 28.17 28.00 28.15 TOLEDO 8EE0 PRICE8 (By Associated Press) TOLEDO. O.. May 12. Clover seed Prime cash, J 27.00; Oct., 119.97; Dec, $19.80. Alsike Prime cash, not quoted. Timothy Prime cash, old, new and May, $5.40; Sept., $6.15; Oct.. $5.90. CHICAGO, May 12. Corn No. 3 yel low, $1.7801.814: No. 4 yellow, $1.79 (31.80; jsfo. 5 yellow, nominal. Oats No. 3 white, 694704; standard. 694714. Pork, nominal; pigs, $27.7528.85; lard $33.65. 1 (Bv Associated Presi) Corn No. 2 white, $1.851.86! No. 3 white. $1.83 1.85: No. No. 1 red, $r.822.83; No. 2 red, $2.802.81; No. 3 red. $2.7702.79; lower grades as to quality, $2.50 2.75. Corn No. 2 white, $1.83 1.85; No. 4 white, $1.80 1.82; No. 2 yellow, $1.831.84; No. 3 yellow, $11(8)1.83; No. 4 yellow, $1.781.80; No. 2 mixed, $1.82 1.83. LIVE STOCK PRICES (By Associated Pressi INDIANAPOLIS, Ind, May 12. Hogs Receipts, 6,500; higher. Cattle Receipts, 1,000; active. Calves Receipts, 600; active; Sheep Receipts, 100; steady. MOO'S Good to choice, 160 to 200 lbs., $20.75 20.80; good to choice. 200 to 225 lbs.. $20.80 20.90; medium and mixed, 160 to 200 lbs., $21.00021.10; fat hogs. $20.25 20.50: sows according to qual ity. $15 19.75; good to prime, $2085 21.00; bulk of sows, $19.00019.50; poor to best stags, 80 lbs. dock, $15.00 tflp20.00; boars, thiu sows and skips, no definite prices. C ATT LP ' Kiltinq Steers Frtrs rood. 1.300 lbs. and upward. $17.50018.00; good to choice, 1,300 lbs, and upward, $16.50 017.50; common to medium. 1,300 lbs. end upward, $16.50016.50; good to choice. 1.200 to 1,300 lbs, $16.00 17.00; common to medium, 1,200 to 1.300 lbs.. SI 5 S81 6.00; good to choice, 1.000 to 1,150 lbs, $14.53016.00; com mon to medium. 1,000 to 1.150 lbs, $13.50014.50; poor to good, under I, 000 lbe., $12.00014.00; good to beat yearlings, $14.0015.00. Heifers Good to best, 800 lbs. and up, $14.0015.00; com. to medium, 800 lbs. ud. S10.0o$S12 00; Rood to best, under 800 lbs, $14.50015.50; common to medium, under 800 lbs, $10.00 13.50. Cows Good to best. 1.050 lbs. up ward, $11.0014.25; common to me dium, 1.050 lbs, upward, $9.50010.50; good to best, under 1,050 lbs, $10.00 II. 50; common to medium, under 1,050 lbs, $8.0009.50; canners and cutters, $5.507.00; fair to choice, milkers, $90.000140. Bulls Common, to best. 1,300 lbs. upward. $10.00011.50; good to choice, under 1,300 lbs, $11.0012.00; fair to medium, under 1,300 lbs., $1112.00, common to good bolognas, $8.50010.00. Calves Good to choice veals, under 200 lbs, $14.00 15.00; common to medium veals, under 200 lbs., $10.00 GOOD BUILDING RIGGER One accustomed to rigging concrete mixers and other building equipment. ALSO BUILDING LABORS WANTED CONTRACTOR STARR PIANO CO. ir MitMiG sate OF REAL ESTATE On Thursday, May 1 5th, at 2 o'clock p. m., the undersigned will sell at public auction a frame house at No. 408 South 5 th Street, formerly belonging to Louisa Rakers. This property is desirable either as an investment or as a small home. TERMS OF SALE: One-third cash in hand, one-third in nln months and the remaining one-third In eighteen months Referred payments by executing promissory notes to the undersigned In usual bankable form, drawing six percent ses; also by a first mortgage on said premises and fire Insurance policies to ie approve1, of the undersigned; purchaser may pay all of the purchase price .cash if he so desires. ITS - ami ioreicm 13.50; good to choice heavy calves, $9.5011.00; common to medium heavy calves, $7.0009.00. , Stocks rs and Feeding CattleGood lo choice steers. 80Q lba., and up. $13.00013.60; common to fair steers, 800 lbs., and up, $12.00013.00; good to choice steers under 800 lbs, $13-50 013 60; common to medium, under 800 lbs., $10.50012.50; medium to good heifers, $9.00010.50; medium to good cows, $8.0009.50; springers, $9.00 $11.00; stock calves. 250 to 450 lbs, $12015; western fed lambs, $18.00 down; western fed wethers, $13 down: bucks, per 100 pounds, $7.0007.50; clipped Stock, selling $2 to $3 per 109 ids. lower than above quotations. SHEEP AND LAMBS. Good to choice sheep, $9.00010.00; common to medium sheep, $7,000 $8.00; good to choice light lambs, $15.00016.00; common to medium lambs, $12.00014.50; western fed lambs, $16.50 down; western fed weth ers, $11.00 down. Corrected by McLean & Company, Dayton, Ohio. Bell Phone East 28; Home, 81235. DAYTON, O, May 12. Hogs Re ceipts, four cars, market steady, choice heavies $20.00020.50; select packers and butchers, $20.00 20.50; heavy Yorkers, $19020; light Yorkers, $18.60 019.00; pigs $17018; stags $12014; fat sows, $18.50019.50; common and fair sows, $18018.50. Cattle -Receipts, ten cars; mar ket 60c lower; fair to good shippers, $14.00015.00; good to choice butchers, $13.00014.50; fair to medium butch ers, $11.00013.00; good to choice heifers, $9.00011.00; choice fat cows, $10.00012.00; fair to good fat cows, $8.00 09.00: bologna cows, $5,000 $6.50; butcher bulls, $10.00 012.00; bologna bulls, $8.00010.00; calves, $10.00014.00. Sheep Receipts, light; market, steady. Sheep, $8.00010.00. Lambs, $10.00015.00. f By AssoclatMt Press) EAST BUFFALO, May 12 Cattle Receipts, 3,400 steady; prime steers, $16.50017.25; shipping steers, $15.50 016.00; butchers, $10.00015.50; year lings, $10.00015.50; heifers, $8.00 14.50; cows, $5.00012.50; hulls, $7.50 013.00; stockers and feeders, $8.00 $12.00; fresh cows and springers, $6.50 016. Calves Receipts, 4,000; 50c lower, $6.00015.25, Hogs Receipts, 13,600; 20c higher, heavy. $21.85 21.50; mixed Yorkers, $21.2521.35; light Yorkers and pigs, $20.50020.75; i roughs, $18.50019.00; stags. $12.00 : 15.00. Sheep and Lambs Receipts 10,200; 25c lower; lambs $10016.25; yearlings $10.000 14.00: wethers, $12.50013.00; ewes, $5.00012.00; mixed sheep, $12 012.50. (By Associated Press) PITTSBURGH, Pa, May 12. Hogs Receipts 6,600; market steady; heavies $20.75 0 21.00; heavy Yorters, $20.75021.00; light Yorkers $20.25 $20.50; pigs $20 0 20.50. Cattle Receipts 1,500; market steady; steers $16016.50; heifers $11 014; cows $11.50013.00. Sheep and Lambs Receipts 6,500; market lower; top sheep, $12.00; top i iambs $16.25. ! Calves Receipts 1,500; market low er; top $15.75. j (By Associated Pres) I UNITED STATES BUREAU OP MARKETS, CHICAGO, May 12 Hogs Receipts 35,000; market 20 to 30 cents higher than Saturday's average; big packers slow to follow; top $21.05; bulk $20.75 0 21; heavy weight $20.80 021.05; medium weight $20.75021.00; light weight $20.250 20.90; light lights $19020.60; heavy packing sows, smooth $19.75020.25; packing sows, rough $19019.75; pigs $18019.25. Cattle Receipts 17,000; beef steers slow, about steady; she stock steady to strong; calves 50 cents lower; feed ers steady; heavy beef steerB choice and prime $16.75019.50; medium and good $13017; common $11013.50; light beef steers good and choice $13 -50017; common and medium $10,250 $13.75; butcher cattle, heifers $7.75 $14.25; cows $7.50014.50; canners and cutters $5.757.50; veal calves light and handy weight $12.75 14; feeder steers $1015.25; stocker steers $8 13.25. Sheep Receipts 17,000 ; no ' early trading; bidding sharply lower on all kinds; shorn stock, lambs, 84 pounds down $14015.25; 86 pounds up $13.75 015; culls and common $10013.50; springs $17019; yearling wethers, $12.50013.75; ewes, medium, good and choice, $10.75012; culls and common, $5010.50.. (By Associated Press) CINCINNATI, O, May 12. Receipts Cattle, 1,600; hogs, 10,000; sheep, 100. Cattle Market, steers, slow: cows and heifers, strong to 25c higher; ship pers, $13.50016.00; butchers steers, ex tra, $14.00014.75; good, to choice, $13.00013.50; common to fair, $8.00 12.00; heifers, extra, $13.50 014.75; good to choice, $12.500 13.00; common to fair, $8.00011.00. Cows extra. $11.00 012.00; good to choice, $9.00 11.50; common to fair, $6.5008.50; canners, $5.5006.50; stockers and feeders, $8.00013.50; bulls, strong; bologna, $9.50011.00; fat bulls, $11.25 011.50; milch cows, steady; calves, steady; extra, $14.75015.00; fair to good, $14.00014.75; common and large, $7.00012.00. Hogs Strong, 25c higher; selected from day of safeTpurchaser to secure from date and providing for attorney's RAY K. SHIVELEY, COMMISSIONER. 20 STEERS NET fJElV PARIS UAN $3,084 HERE Heavy Break in Hogs at Large Market Centers is Reflected in Richmond. By WILLIAM R. 3 AN BORN The continued wet weather during the latter part of last week was taken advantage of by the farmers to malt deliveries of live stock, as corn plantr lng was out of the question. This con ditioa resulted in an over-supply of hogs at all markets, and in a material decline In prices, as compared with the previous week. Wet weather seemingly prevailed all dver the livestock country last week, judging from receipts. There were, for instance, 98,000 hogs received at Chicago alone on Thursday and Fri day, and the result was a break of $1 per hundred on hogs as compared with recent prices. Receipts of cattle have also been on a liberal scale every where and prices have been gradually shrinking until at the low point cattle had suffered a break of from $2 to $4 per hundredweixht. as comuared with the top some thirty days ago. Com- j paratlveiy heavy receipts of veal calves have also been somewhat of a weight on the markets, and locally the record receipts of calves in any two days in the history of the Richmond yards was broken last week, when 209 head costing $4,074.69, Went over the scales In forty-eight hours. The prices paid ranged at from 10 to 13 cents per pound. Spring lambs were also more plentiful locally, and prices ranged at from $4 to $5 lower than at the high est notch this spring, the best 60-lu. to 70-lb. lambs selling last week at $15 per hundred. The Break In Hogs The heavy break in hogs at the large market centers was duly reflected at the Richmond yards. Hogs that cost $20 to $20.25 on Thursday morning sold at $19 on Saturday. The receipts of hogs at the local yards last week totaled 547 head for which $22,273.53 was checked out. Forty head of cattle brought shippers $5,402 and the 209 veal calves netted their owners $4,074.69. But thirteen spring lambs were received during the week and these sold at $128.60. Total stock purchases at the Richmond yards for the week ending Saturday, May 10, resulted in a disbursement to local shippers of $31,518.82. The shipments were nine cars, three of which went to the Cincinnati abbatoir company and five cars of hogs were shipped direct to Jersey city-and an other car to buyers at Dayton Ohio. The Week's Largest Shippers. Ozro Bales of Lynn, made the larg est delivery of cattle, sending in twen ty head of steers that netted him $3,084. N. R. Hunt of New Paris sold seven head ol cattle that brought him $782.50, while Ollie Hodgin, also of New Paris, sold the yards ninety-five hogs at a net of $3,657.80. Edward Hiatt of Crete, Ind. deliver ed eighty-seven hogs by truck and car ried off a check for $4,007, while Vera Chenoweth of Hollansburg received $1,878 for forty-two porkers.. John Money stated that he had received at the Richmond yards the most money that had ever been paid him for thirty three light hogs, the total being $1,376. Another important shipper was J. V. King, of Gettysburg, who collected $1,806 for forty-six hogs. Who Received the Money. Checks were issued during the last week to the following feeders who de livered stock at the Gaar and Shurley yards: C. H. Wefler, J. V. King, Roy Nor rls, John Marshall, Wm. Lee, O. F. Bales, Henry Vogelsong, Jack Knoll enberg, Wm. Mitchell, Harry Critch field, E. A. Petry, Chas. Bostick, J. F. Edwards, Wm. Porter, Joshua Brown, Earl Voore, L. B. Thurman, Sam Chenoweth, Orval Stocker, C. G. Ad dleman, L. E. Stanley, Chas. Rlden our, S. G. Louder, R. Wessell, George Wright, D. Conway, Jess Townsend, A. H. Pyle, Chas. Bogan, Chas. Showalter, Harry Macey, Earl Green, Esra Clem ents, E. Tschaen, Harry Jordon, O. M. Jennings, O. Cranor. Ollie Maines, Fred Sasser, W. C. Sieweke, Noah Richards, A. E. Rich ards, Harm Wolke, Harry Wiggins, Chas. Poppow, Frank Davenport. John Weidenbach, Howard Smith, Barnard Behnen, Albert Dunlap, E. M. Reld, G. Duke, Frank Hodgin, Miles Shut?, Orley Fudge, Bert Hunt, John Haw ley, Ed. Clark, M. S. Horn, Henry Mur ray, E. S. Wright,- Ott Souer, John Money, Ollie Hill, Harry Wise, Clyde Thomas. Ves Cook, Joa Thomas, How ard Pickett, Frank Murley, Elmer Sit- loh, Wm. Carmmack, Don Berry, Ever ett Hunt, A. S. Parant, F. M. Rich, Wm. Bond, Major Bostick, C. G. Mar iin, P. Hardesty, N. R. Hunt, R. G. Beeson, Ed Morris, Vaughn Crocker. Frank White. Howard Jeffries, Ebin Louck, Joe Rolsin, T. W. Druley, B. H. Baker and Wm. Nolte. heavy shippers, $21.00; good to choice packers and butchers, $21.00; medium, $20.50020.75; stags, $10.00013.50; common to choice heavy fat sows, $14.00019.50; light shippers, $18.50 19.75; pigs, 100 lbs. and less, $13.00 17.75. Sheep Steady; extra $11.75 0 12.00; good to choice, $11.00011.75; common to fair, $6.00010.00; sheared, $4.00 9.00; lambs, steady; extra, $17.50 18.00; good to choice, $16.00017.50; common to fair. $13.00015.00; clipped lambs, $9.0016.00; spring, $16.00 23.00. PRODUCE MARKET (By Associated Press) CHICAGO, May 12 Butter market lower; creamery firsts 50055 l-2c. Eggs Receipts 47,755 cases; mar ket unsettled; firsts 41 1-2 0 43 l-2c; lowest, 41 l-2c. Potatoes Steady; arrivals 78 cars; car lot sales. Northern bulk and sack ed, $1.7002 cwL; jobbing sales Florida Spaulding Rose ones $8.500 8.65 bbL; twos, $6.50 0 6.75. NEW YORK STOCK LIST (By Associated Press) NEW YORK. May 12. The closing quotations on the stock exchange were: American Can, 54 1-2. American Locomotive, 76 1-2. American Beet Sugar, 81. Every County Needs Farm Bureau and County Agent (Much Accomplished by County Agents in Past Year y r. O. HOLDKN M' ORE farm bureaus were organized and more county agents were ap pointed during 1918 probably than during any previous year. In many states there la a farm adviser n every county. Under the spur of war seeds production has been speeded to to a degree that has amazed the world. Never before has the great Importance of agriculture been so univerrally recognized. The mobilizing of this great army of farm expert as a war measure will be of Inestimable value In these days of reconstruction and In all the years to come. - .'v-:.- Iowa has a farm adviser in every county. That Iowa Is one of the leading agricultural states is due as much to the efforts of her county agents as to anything else. Iowa Sets Example. Iowa people appreciate the work of their county agents; They know the value of farm bureaus. The house of representatives of that state has passed a bill providing that when the members ot a county farm bureau have contributed $1,000 to carry on the work, the Board of Supervisors shall appropriate $5,000. In the spring of 1913 a seed corn famine was threatened in Iowa. Backed by the farm bureaus the 99 county agents located 1,000,000 bushels of good 1 5 " i limm rin mi- County Agent Giving Expert Advice to a Member of Corn Club 'and ft ; Member of a PlgxClub. seed corn from the 1916 crop and an equal amount of good germinating seed from the 1917 crop, which, to all appearance bad been a failure. The locat ing, testing and planting of this seed resulted In one of the largest yields of corn in 1&18 ever known in the state. This work alone saved the farmers more money than the salaries of tht county agents would amount to in several years. County Agents Accomplish Much. As the result of the activities of county agents In Indiana, 92,000 farmers tested enough seed corn last spring to plant nearly half the state ; 3,000 farm ers tested their seed oats, and over 4,000 farmers treated their seed potatoes for disease. The acreage of legumes was greatly increased, over 6,000 silos were erected, and much pure-bred live stock imported. Under the supervision of county agents over 300,000 farmers in the South ern states conducted demonstrations in one or more lines of farm work last year. The acreage used in these demonstrations was as follows : Corn, 800,000 ; potton. 500,000; wheat, 160,000; rye, 69,000; soy beans, 78,000; velvet beans, 500,000 ; alfalfa, 45,000; peanuts 100,000; Irish potatoes, 15,000; sweet potatoes, 11,000; miscellaneous forage crops, 365,000. A complete record of the splendid achievements of the county agents would fill many newspaper columns. They all point to one great truth : Every county should have a farm bureau and a farm adviser, and the people should get behind them and support them. No better Investment is oossible. American Smelter, 78 1-4. Anaconda, 68 1-8. Atchison, 94 7-8. Bethlehem Steel, bid, 74 5-4. Canadian Pacific, 164 1-2. Chesapeake and Ohio, 64 7-8. Great Northern, pfd, 94. New York Central, 77 1-2. Northern Pacific, 93 3-8. Southern Pacific, 108 1-2. Pennsylvania. 45. U. S. Steel, 100 7-8. UBERTV BOND3 (By Associated Press) NEW YORK, May 12. Final prices on Liberty Bonds today were: 3i $98.71 1st 4 95.80 2nd-4 94.00 1st 4 95.5.4 2nd 414 94.04 3rd 4A 95.16 4th 4 94.06 BUTTER FAT QUOTATION Butter fat. delivered In Richmond, is bringing 60 cents this week. LOCAL QUOTATIONS Buying Corn, $1.70; oats, 70c; rye, $1.35; straw, per ton, $8.00. Selling Cottonseed meal, per ton, $67.00; per cwt; $3.50; tankage. 50 per cent, per ton, $93.00; per cwi., 4.75; 60 per cent. $103 per ton; $5.60 per cwt.; Quaker dairy feed, per ton, The Wonder Feed $50.00 a Ton $2.50 a 100 Ground Corn, Rye, Barley, Oats, Wheat Bran and Middlings. Good for Cattle, Horses, Hogs, Chick ens or Rabbits at the price. $50.00 a ton We sold 20 tons Saturday No Wonder, at the price we should sell twenty carloads $50.00 a ton. This price holds good until 9 p. m. Saturday, May 17th. Omer G. Whelan "The Feed Man." 31-33 So. 6th St Phone 1679 $50. per cwt., $2.65: linseed oil meal per ton, $73; per cwt, $3.75; salt, per bbl., $2-75; wheat bran, per ton, S50; bran and shorts mixed, per ton, $55; $2.85 per cwt.; white wheat middling.-?, per ton, $58; $3 per cwt.; white rye middlings, per ton, $57. FRUIT & VEGETABLES (Correoted Dally by Egsemeyer't) SELLING PRICE VEGETABLE New cabbage, 15c lb., green beans, 35c lb., cucumbers. 18c ea. egg plant, 30c lb.; new spring carrots, 10c bunch; spring beets, 10c lb. Asparagus, home grown, 10c bunch; rhubarb, 5c bunch. Cauliflower, small, 20c lb.; large cauliflower, 15c lb.; leaf lettuce, 25c Bermuda onions, 15c per pound; per lb.; head lettuce, trimmed, 35c per lb.; leak. 10c a bunch, parsley, 5c a bunch; mangoes. 5 and 80 each; tomatoes, hot house grown, 30 cents lb. Sweet potatoes, 12 cents per lb.; turnips, 6c lb.; old, 6c lb; potatoes, old, $1.75 bu; young onions, 3 bunches 10c; breakfast radishes, 5c bunch. Button mushrooms, $1.25 a pound ; parsnips, 6c pound. New green peas, per pounj, 25c. Miscellaneous Eggs, 45 cents; creamery butter, 68c; country butter, 60c pound. Produce (Buying). Country butter, 45c pound; eggs, 40c dozen; old chickens, 30c pound; fry chickens, 40c lb. , - Fruits. Grape fruits, 15c; Winesaps 15c pound, straight; Greenings, 124c pound; garlic, 30c 4-pound. .Bananas, lzc id., lemons, 40c dozen, oranges, 50 cents per dozen, Florida oranges 60 cents dozen; strawber ries. 35c quart; celery, California, 25c Duucn; coceanuts. zuc eacn. Circuit Court Records The case ot Floyd Louterbach against John Sointu and the Union City Body company, which is being tried before a jury in the Wayne cir cuit court, was continued Monday. Louterbach occupying the stand most of the morning. He is suing for $1,000 for injuries alleged to have been sus tained by his son, Charles, 17 years old, In an accident. Frank S. Johnson filed suit against Henry Nungesser tor $5,000 damages for alleged Injuries sustained by him when he was knocked down and se verely injured by the impact of an au tomobile driven by Nungesser against his own car. MARRIAGE LICENSES Floyd Lanerty, 24, machinist of Con- nersvllle, and Grace Hadley, 22, Rich mond. 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