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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, RICHMOND, IND., THURSDAY, NOV. 16, 1922.
Ofetj tr Lamson Bros- &
tia Union Nauonal Bank Eailding)
CHICAGO, 111., Not. IS. All deliv
ering ot grains except December
"rljcat went into new high ground
aln today, but met heavy realizing
sales at the extreme advance. The
result was a moderate set back, but
not so much as might have been ex
pected alter the recent protracted en
chantment In values. A fair business
In wheat and corn was worked for ex
port despite reports that several east
ern ports are blocked with grain. The
feature In corn was a further Insist
ent feeding demand at higher prices
than prevailed yesterday. Oats failed
to reflect the cleaning up of local con
tract stocks next week through addi
tional chartering today for outward
RANGE OP FUTURES
(Markets by Lamson Bros, ft Co,
212 Union National Bank Building)
CHICAGO, Nov. 16. Following is
the range of futures on Chicago Board
of Trade today:
Dec. ....1.19 1-20 1.19 1.19
May ....1.16 1.17 1.16 1.16
July 1.07 1.09 1.07 1.08
May .88 .89 .88 .88,
Dec. .71 .72 .70 .71
May .70 .72 .70 .71
July .70 .71 .69 .70?8
Dec. .43 .44 .43 .43
May .....43 .43 .43 .43
July .40 .40 .40 .40
May ...10.25 . . v. j 10.37
(By Associated Press)
. TOLEDO. 0- Not. 16. Clover Seed
Prime cash, 13.10; March, 13.35
Alsike Prime cash S10.E5J March,
11.05; Dec., 10.60.
Timothy Prime cash. 3.40; March,
3.65; Deo, 3.50.
(By Associated Press)
CINCINNATI. Ohio, Nov. 16. "Wheat
No. 2 red, 1.331.34; No. 3 red,
1.30 1.31; other grades as to quality,
Corn No. 2 white, 7475c; No. 3
white, 7172c; No. 4 white, 70071c.
Corn No. 2 yellow. 7475c;
No. 3 yellow, 72 73c; No. 4 yellow,
Corn No. 2 mixed, 7374c
Oats Steady; 4649c.
Rye Firm; 9294c.
Hay Steady; i2.5018.
fBy Associated Press)
CHICAGO,. Nov. 16. Wheat No. 2
red. 1.30; No. 2 hard, 1.21 Q
Corn No. 2 mixed, 73 73; No.
2 yellow, 73 74.
Oats No. 2 white, 4545c; No.
3 white, 43 45c.
Pork, nominal; Ribsv 10.7512.00;
(By Associated Press)
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 45. Hay
Easy and unchanged.
LIVE STOCK riUCES
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 16. Hogs Re
ceipts. 10.000; lower. Cattle Receipts.
700; unchanged. Calves Receipts, 600;
unchanged. Sheep Receipts, 200; high-
Top price hos 150 lbs. up$ 8 40
Bulk of sales grood hogs.. 8 35
iood hops 160 to 180 lb. av 8 35 8 40
iood hogs ISO to 200 lb. av 8 S5(ffi 8 40
Good hogs 200 to 225 lb. av 8 30 8 35
Good hogs 225 lbs 8 30 8 35
Yorkers, 140 to 150 lbs 8 3d 8 40
Pigs, according to weight 8 40 down
Good to best light sows... 7 25 7 40
Heavy sows 7 00 7 25
Stags subject to dockage. 6 00 7 2a
Salps t ntruck division... 8 35 8 4o
Range in price year ago.. t iy i o
C attle Quotation.
Killings steers. 1250 lbs. up
Good to choice 10 5012 00
Common to medium 8 00 9 50
Killing steers, 1100 to 1200 lbs
G.d to choice 9 o0ll 00
Common to medium 7 00 8 oO
Killing steers, 1000 to 1100 lbs.
Good to choice 7 50 10 00
Common to medium 00 7 00
Killing steers less than 1000 lbs.
Good to best yearlings... 00lt 00
Common to medium ..... 6 50 7 00
Other yearlings 7 504i 8 60
Stockers and feeding cattle
Steers, 800 lbs. and up... 6 25 7 50
Steers, less than 800 lbs... 5 00 6 50
Heifers, medium to good.. 4 40 5 00
Cows, medium to good... 3 50 4 25
Calves. 300 to 600 lbs 6 00 7 25
Female butcher cattle
Good to best heifers 7 00 8 50
Common to medium heifers 4 50 6 00
Bal.v beef heifers 8 50ffi 9 50
' Good to choice cows 4 25 6 25
' Common to medium cows. 3 50 4 00
Poor to good cutters 3 00 3 50
' Poor to good canners 2 50 2 75
Bulls and Calves
" Good to choice butcher
bulls 4 75 5 25
, Good to choice heavy bulls 4 25 4 50
Common to good light bulls 4 00 4 75
Common to good bologna. 4 00 4 50
Good to cho-e veals 11 00&-12 00
Good to choice heavy
calves 7 00 8 00
Poor to medium heavy
calves 5 50 6 50
Sheep anil l.amb Quotation
Good to choice light sheep! 5 00 6 00
Good to choice heavy sheep 4 uO't 4 50
Common to light sheep... 1 00 3 00
Good to choice light lambs 13 O0K13 50
.i.,.-. tn f. h o 1 c heavy
- "lambs 11 60 12 00
Pair 10 medium la-mbs.... 10 BOfyll 00
Common lambs 7 00 8 00
Bucks. 100 lbs. 2 00 y 3 00
WINCHESTER. Ind.. Nov. 16. Cor
rected daily by the Winchester Union
Hoes Receipts, four cars; market,
15 20c lower; light Yorkers, 140 to
160 lbs.. $8.10; 160 to 180 lbs., 17.85
8.10; mixed. 180 to 220 lbs., 7.85;
medium, 220 to 240 lbs., 7.85; heavies,
240 to 300 lbs., $"7.85; extreme heavies,
300 lbs. and over, 7.85; light Yorkers
and pigs. 140 lbs, $8.10 down: roughs,
$6.5006.75 down; stags, 80 lbs. dock,
Cattle Good to choice steers, $7.50
(i-S; fair to good, $67; good to choice
heifers, ?57.50; choice, 14.50;
fair to pood cows, $34; canners and
cutters. ?1.50r2.50: bulls. $34.
Calves Choice. 10.5011.00; com
fcn. ?S.OO900; calls, $7.00 down.
Sheep Spring lambs. 11.50;
120; culls and heavies, $5.009.00;
choice steep, $3.00 4 00; common to
wod bsrtks, 1.002.00.
DAYTON. Ohio. Nov. 16. Hogs Re
ceipts, 10 rara; market, 25c lower.
Choice heavies 8.00
Select butchers & packers, 8.00
Heavy Yorkers .......... 8.00
rigs, 125 lbs. down ...... S.OO
Light Yorkers 7.50 8.00
Choice 1st sows 7.00 7.50
Comracti to fair sows 6.50 7.00
Stags 4.00 5.00
.(Choice steers ..7.758.00
Fair lo good butchers.... 7.00 7.50
Fair to good heifers 6.00 7.00
Choice fat heifers . 7.00 7.25
Choice fat cows 4.00 5.00
Fair to good cows 3.50 4.00
Bologna cows 2.00 3.00
Bulls 4.50 5.00
SHEEP AND LAMBS
Sheep $2.00 5.00
(By Associated Press)
CINCINNATI, Nov. 16. Receipts
Cattle, 1,000; hogs. 5,500; Eheep, 45Q.
Cattle Market slow and steady;
milch cows, steady ?3095.
Hogs Market steady; pigs 25 cents
lower; heavies,' 8.40; good to choice
packers and butchers, 8.40; medium,
8.40; stags, 5.006.25; common to
choice heavy fat sows, 6.007.25;
light shippers, 3.50; pigs, 110 pounds
and less, 7.008.50.
Sheep and Lambs Steady and un
changed. CLEVELAND, Ohio, Nov. 16. Hogs
Receipts, 4,000; market, 25c lower;
Yorkers, mixed, mediums, 8.35; pigs,
8.75; roughs, 7; stags, 4.50.
Cattle Receipts, 600; market, 25c
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 2,000;
market, 25c higher; top, 14.75.
Calves Receipts, 400; market,
strong; top, 12.50.
(By Associated Press)
EAST BUFFALO, Nov. 16. Cattlo
Receipts, 300; steady. Calves Re
ceipts, 325; steady; 5.0013.50. Hogs
Receipts, 3,200; good 10 to 15 cents
lower; lights and pigs, 10 to 25 cents
lower; heavy, mixed and Yorkers,
8.808.90; light Yorkers and pigs,
8.859.00; roughs, 7.007.25; stags,
5.00 5.50. Sheep and Lambs Re
ceipts, 2,200; lambs 25 cents higher,
lambs, $6.0015.00 ."
cBv Associated Press)
PITTSBURGH, Pa., Nov. 16. Hogs
Receipts, 5,000; market, steady;
heavies, $8.5008.60; heavy Yorkers,
$8.65 8.75; light Yorkers, 8.909;
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 500;
market, steady; top sheep, $8.25; top
Calves Receipts, 100; market,
steady; top, $12.50.
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Nov. 16. Hogs 50,000;
market active; 15c lower; bulk 150 to
210 lb. average 8.1008.15; bulk 220
to 250 lb. butchers $S.208.25; top
$8.25; few heavy held higher; packing
sows 7.258; desirable pigs 8.10
8.25; heavy S.108.25; medium S.10
8.25; lights S.05S.15; light lights
$8.108.15; packing sows smooth $7.60
8.00; packing down roughs $7.23
7.65; killing pigs $8.198.25; cattle
14,000; market generally steady on
beef steers, she stock stockers and
feeders; quality plain; she stock rel
atively scarce; fairly active; good
short fed steers selling at $8.009.00;
choice long fed scarce; western grass-
ers in light supply; bulls strong; veal
calves slow to 25c lower; most good
to choice vealers to packers early
around 9.50; some handyweight choice
kinds held higher; bulk stockers and
feeders $6 7: bulk desirable heavy bo
logna bulls 4.25 4.35; bulk light na
tive bologna bulls 44.25; sheep 17,
000; opening very slow; few early
sales fat lambs fully steady; early top
$14.60; to shippers and city butchers;
$14.40 to packers; feeders around"
steady; 1.050 Wyoming. 55-lb. feeding
lambs 15; sheep steady to strong;
heavy fat ewes $5.506.50; lighter
weights up to 7.75.
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 16. Eggs
Indianapolis jobbers offer country
shippers for strictly fresh stock, de
livered at Indianapolis, 4648c; can
dled; jobbers selling storage egg3 at
Poultry Jobbers' buying prices fof
heavy fowls, 18!?21c; springers, 1922,
1617c; broilers under two lbs., 23c.
Leghorn fowls and springers, 25
discount roosters and stags, 10llc;
turkeys, 353Sc; old. 2528c; ducks.
4 lbs. and up, 1517c; geese, 10 lbs.
and Up, I215c; squabs, 11 lbs. to the
dozen, 4.50; rabbits, 2.502.75 a
Butter Jobbers buying prices for
packing stock, delivered at Indianapo
lis 1822; jobbers selling prices for
creamery butter, fresh prints, 47 50c.
CHICKENS AND PRODUCE "
DAYTON, Ohio, Nov. 16. Steady.
Roosters, 12c per pound.
Hens, 17c per pound.
Springers, 18c per pound. , ,
Fresh eggs, 53c per dozen. ;
Butter 49c per pound.
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Nov. 16. Butter market,
higher; creamery extras 49; creamery
Eggs Receipts 1,580 cases; market
higher; lowest 4045; firsts 5054.
Live Poultry Market lower; fowls,
1221: springs 18; roosters, 14; tu
keys. 35; geese, 22.
Potatoes Steady, 41 cars; total
United States shipments 774; Wiscon
sin sacked and bulk round whites, 30
090 cwt.; Minnesota sacked and bulk
round whites 7585 cwt; Minnesota
Sandland Obios mostly 75 cwt.; North
Dakota tacked Red River Ohlos, 80
85 cwt.; North Dakota sacked, round
whites No. 1, 7585 cwt.; Idaho sack
ed russets. No. 1, 1.50 cwt; Michigan
bulk round whites 50 cwt.
(By Associated Press)
CINCINNATL Nov. 16. Market un
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Nov. 16. Final prices
on Liberty bonds today were:
3 . $100.16
r IOWA'S FARMER
1 Iowa is sending a real-lionest-to-goodnesa
farmer to the U. S.
-senate. He's Smith tSrookhart.
Brookhart prides himself on be
ing a practical farmer and is as
proud of his prize winning Poland
China swine as he is of his recent
election to the United States sen
ate. The farmer vote was large
ly responsible for his electiou.
, . fr, try ,s
Benator Cmlth W. Brookhart, Iowa, in his (arm tecs vlth his son, Jne. looks over his prize brood of Poland
China on hi farm near Pes Moines.
First 414 98.50
Second 44, 98.00
Third 4M 98.54
Fourth 4Vi 98.36
Victory 4 (uncalled) 100.30
Victory 44 (called) 100.06
U. S. Treasury 44 99.54
NEW YORK STOCKS
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Nov. 16. Close.
American Can 69 H
American Smelting 54
Anaconda "; 474
Baldwin Locomotive ....
Bethlehem Steel, B
Chesapeake and Ohio ...
C. R. L and Pacific
Chino Copper .'
uooancn nres 01 ra
Mexican Petroleum 209 V2
New York Central 93 ?i
Republic Iron and Steel 46 v2
Sinclair Oil 31 4
Southrn Pacific : 90
Southern Railroad 22
, . . pn. O. K
Union Pacific 140
U. S. Rubber 51 M,
U. S. Steel 103;
Utah Copper 60
(Furnished by Whelan)
Oats, 3537c; rye, 70c; old corn.
65c; new corn, 55c; straw, 7.00 ton.
Oil meal, per ton 55.00; per hun
dred weight, $2 .85. Tankage, 60 per
cent, $73.00 per ton; per cwt., 3.75;
barrel salt, 3, wheat middlings, per
ton, $37.00; per cwt., $1.90; bran, per
ton $33.00, per cwt, $1.75; cottonseec
meal, per ton, 57.50; per cwt, $3.00;
gray shorts, per ton, $38.00, per cwt,
LOCAL GRAIN MARKET
Richmond flour mills are paying
1.15 for new No. 2 wheat
LOCAL HAY MARKET
Good timothy, 12.00 14.00; choice
clover, 12.00; heavy mixed, 12.00.
Country butter, 3537c a pund;
eggs, 4647c dozen; hens, 16c a
pound; Leghorn hens. 13c a pound;
fryers weighing 2 lbs., 16c a pound;
under 2 lbs 13c.
CREAM AND BUTTER FAT
Bichmond creameries are paying 4S
cents per pound for both butter fat
and sweet cream.
The wholesale price of creamery
butter 2s 49 50c a pound.
FAMILY MARKET BASKET
Fruits and Nuts
Apples, 5 to 10c a lb.; bananas, 10c
lb.; lemons, 30 to 40c doz.; oranges,
40 to 60c doz.; Florida grapefruit, 3
for 25c.; Isle of Pines grapefruit, 10
and 15c each; Tokav grapes, 25c lb.;
California clusters, 20c lb.; Imported
malaga grapes, 40c lb.; alligator pears.
40 and 50c; sweet cider, 50c gallon;
sorehum. 75c gallon; honey, 30c a
frame; cocoanuts, 15c each; new Brazil
nuts, 85c lb.; English walnuts, 50a
lb.; hickory nuts, 10c lb.; walnuts, 5c
lb.: golden dates, 25c lb.; Smyrn.i
pressed figs, 50 and 65c lb.; cooking
figs, 30c lb.; honeydew melons, 20 to
Green string beans, 15c lb.; sweet-
potatoes 5c per lb.; tomatoes, 10c per
lb.; cucumbers, 25c each; potatoes, 2c
lb, 30c a peck; sweet Spanish onions,
5c each; dry onions, 56c lb.; pep
pers, 15c doz.; spinach, 15c lb.; let
tuce, 10loc per lb.; cauliflower. 20c
per lb.; celery, two stalks for 15c;
white pickling onions, 15c lb.; new
white turnips, 5c lb.; cranberries, 15c
lb.; horseradish root; 40c a lb.; Hub-
MUST BE iOME. FICHT-
T MUtT BE ifH
WTCHEH - I KUr
SENATOR WITH PRIZE
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IN WEST DECREASES
Livestock populations of the west
era states were greatly decreased by
the forced liquidation of two years
ago, says Burley Jordan, well-known
Wayne county stock buyer, who has
just returned from a four months' trJp
through Nebraska, Kansas, North Da
kota, Canada and Montana. Agricu'
ture of those states, which depenl
largely upon grazing, was consequent
ly given a body blow, but is gradual
recovering and restocking its gelds.
The greatest damage has been from
the loss- of breeding stock which it
will take years to replace.
Crops have been good in North Da
kota, very good in Canada, but poor
in Kansas, said Mr. Jordam Wheat
made an average of 17 bushels per
acre in Nebraska, and 21 bushels in
Canada, near Winnipeg. Oats in the
same country made 65 bushels an acr.
Potatoes gave a yield of 150 bushels
in Nebraska, and 200 bushels an acre
in Montana. They are bought at 35
cents a bushel, right in the field, an I
shipped. The apple crop of the Lin
coln, Neb. district, also was good.
Raise Little Corn.
But little corn is raised in that
country, said the Wayne county man,
ranchers only growing enough corn
(o carry the cows which furnish the
milk. In Nebraska and Kansas much
Kaffir corn is grown. This is a corn
which heads out grain at the top, and
will withstand very dry weather. It
Is .used for silage and to feed in the
stalk, and also is threshed for grain,
occasionally. Not more than 25 to 40
acres of corn is grown on Nebraska
farms. The farms average from 800
to 1.200 and 1,400 acres in size.
"There was an immense difference
in the numbers ot livestock as soon
ss I crossed the Canadian line," said
Mr. Jordan. It was only nine miles
from the J. B. Sabein ranch, near
Galesburg. N. D , to the line, and over
there we saw large numbers of cat
tle and hogs on every iarm.
"Sheep raisers of Montana, which
is mostly a sheep country, had gone
clear out of business when it became
so unprofitable recently. They aro
willing to get into sheep again now,
and are slowly stocking up again, but
it will take some time to get back
where they were. The drouths also
hurt that state badly." 1
On Ranch 4 Weeks
Mr. Jordan 6pent four weeks on the
Edwards ranch near Eureka, which
is one of four under the same owner
ship. One is maintained as a breeding
farm for all stock, which is used to
supply the other ranches. The Eureka
ranch, of 3,000 acres, was stocked with
800 cattle and 650 hogs. There was
150 acres in alfalfa, which averaged
two tons to the acre for each of four
cuttings made this year. Another 150
acres was in Kaffir corn.
The former stock buyer expects to
return to the west about Christmas,
and in fact only returned to Rich
mond on account of his mother's
health. He has found the Nebraska
climate unusually healthful and will
make that his home in the future. He
expects to spend the interval in visit
ing Wayne county friends.
bard squash, 6c lb.; parsnips, 10c lb.;
cabbage, 4c lb.; pumpkins, 2c per lb.;
new home-made kraut, 15c a quart;
new Pennsylvania buckwheat flour,
12c per lb.; mushrooms, hothouse
buttons, 1.50 lb.; hothouse radishes
5c a bunch.
Earl W. Walker et al to Terry S
Walker and Louie F., 2,000, lots 1, 2,
block 7, Hagerstown.
Robert A. Campbell to John G.
Maier and Paulina. 1, lots 41, 42, H.
Fetta's addition, City.
Louis B. Campbell to Mary N. C.
Palmer, L lots 326, 327, O. Map, City.
tr. :mrp r i A su 'J'4
VOO bHOUUO o3ero"
HAVE (Jv W )
Kitchell Harmony Club
Elects New Officers
KITCHELL, Ind., Nov. 16 Addie
Garrett was elected president, Grace
Little, vice president and Nellie Har-
meyer, secretary and treasurer of the
Harmony club at its November meet
ing held at the home of Nellie Har
meyer, Nov. 15. After the election
a short program was given. Nineteen
members responded to roll call with
Bible verses. Myrtle Shrader read
an instructive account of radium, its
discovery and uses. A reading, "His
Registered Letter" was given by Mrs.
Garrett. A song was then given by
the club. Rfereshments were served
by tho hostess at the close of the
meeting. Miss Grace Pottenger was
a club guest. The Christmas party
will be held this year at the home of
Mrs. Gertrude Greggerscn.
Cafeteria Sapper At Reid
Church Friday Evening
Cafeteria supper will be served in
the dining room of Reid Memorial
church from 5 to 7 o'clock Friday .ev
ening by the members of the Young
Women s Missionary society. The puD
lie is cordially invited to attend.
musical program will be given during
the supper hour under the direction
of Miss Mary Jones. A short musical
program will be given by the girls of
the E. R. class at 7:30 o'clock follow
ing the supper.
harm Sale Calendar
Wednesday, November 22
Mrs. William Trone will hold a clean
up general farm sale at her home near
West Manchester, onio. at iu:iu. liv
stock, corn In crib, hay, gram ana
implements will be sold.
Thursday, November 23
Harold Ryan, James Brown. IV3
miles south of Webster, 5 miles nortr
west of Richmond, on Williamsburg
M?et club rooms Thursday
at 7:15 p. m. to attend the
funeral of Brother Ben Price.
(Signed) W. LT Seekings,
No hunting or trespassing
on R. G. Leeds farm, on the
Straight Line pike.
Sure, You'll Find It Priced Less at
17-19-21 S. 7th St
National Credit Register
New Price $225.00
BARTEL, ROHE & ROSA CO.
Phone 1916 921 Main St.
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' I HE record of the investment bonds
B underwritten by S. W. Straus & Co.
40 years without loss to any investor
puts them in a class by themselves among
securities offered for your investment. "
We are offering an attractive selection of these
standard safe investments in $1,000, $500 and
$100 amounts. Call or write today for in
formation regarding these safe bonds.
T. H. SHELLEY
236 South Fifteenth St. Richmond, Indiana
, Representative for .
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Card of Thanks
BROMLEY We wish to thank our nei
ghbors and friends for their kindness
and sympathy shown us in the death
and burial of our beloved son and
brother, Charles Bromley: also for the
beautiful flowers; Rev. Gates, the sing
er Mrs. Jack Cox.
MOTHER. BROTHER. SISTER.
TAGER We wish to thank our friends
and neighbors for their kindness shown
during the sickness and death of our
wife and mother; also for the beauti
ful floral offerings, and especially the
members and singers of the Christian
church at Jacksonburg; also Mr. Steg
all and Rev. Gates.
WILLIAM YAGER. SOX, CHARLES.
Cemetery Lots, Monuments
For fall and spring deltv-
large stock, new designs, monu-
j. f. jiimsiie. to a. w.
Lost and Found
BOY'S BLACK RAINCOAT Lost, Tues
day afternoon between 8th and 10th
St.. from Main to North E. Name "John
Heuing." In coat Finder kindly re
turn to 604 S. 6th St
BULL DOG Lost; wore collar and lic
ense tag; name Chummy. Call 2166;.
PAIR OF GLASSES Lost; between N.
18th and B or ISth and Main. Phone
S881 or call 213 N. 18th St
SMALL HAND SACHEL Lost. Wednes
day between Richmond Casket Co. and
Mi? Miller on So. 10th. Phone 54071.
Automobile For Sale
BUTCK 1920 light six touring, looks
and runs good. Will take Ford In
trade: $550. Wayne County Nash Mo
CADILLAC 8 Touring; refinished and
runs lik new: terms; $750. Wayne
County Nash Motor Co.
CHEVROLET 490. for sale; In excel
lent condition; 1919 model: bargain if
sold at once. Call. 1610 N. B St. or
COLUMBIA Light six sedan, a car that
has had excellent care; $850. Wayne
County Nash Motor Co.
DODGE 1923 sedan: only driven a few
miles; a bargain. Wayne County Nash
FORD Sedan, $125; terms.
30 N. 7 th St.
FORD Touring $110; $33 down, balance
easy terms. 30 N. 7th St., next to
FORD Coupe, $200: $75 cash, balance
terms. J. Dacey, 30 N. 7th St., next
FORD Roadster. runs good; easy
terms. $70. Wayne County Nash, 29
35 S. 8th St.
FORD Tourine. new tires, just like
new; $150: $40 down, balance easv
terms. 30 N. 7th St., next to Coliseum.
FORD 1920 tourine: Havnes, good run
ning condition: $150. Ford. 1921 tour
ing; Ford 1920 touring: Ford 1921 road-
ster, slip-on body; Ford, 1918 coupci'B
Overland. 1920. 4 touring; Oldsmobilew
1919 sedan; Patterson, 1920 sedan;
Studehaker. special six, 1920; Chevro
let. 1920 truck. We buy. sell or trade.
Geo. W. Worley, 15 S. 9th St. Phone
HTTP M O B I LE 1920. with California top.
Will take Ford in trade; $615. Wayne
County Nash Motor Co.
NASH SIX COUPE Refinished and In
excellent condition every way: will
demonstrate; $1,200. Wayne County
Nash Motor Co.
USED CARS EXCEPTIONAL, VALUES
BUI CK 4 Late model. .
DAVIS 41917. t"t--
MITCHELL E40 1919. wire wheels.
MITCHELL E40 1919 sedan.
MITCHELL D40 1918.
OLDSMOBILE Coupe, late modeL
THESE CARS have been overhauled
and repainted. Good tires. Guaran
teed to be in good condition every
way. Priced to sell. .
STEVE WORLEY GARAGE
251 N. W. 7TH. PHONE 487S
IT'S TOUR LOSS If you don't use the
Palladium Classified Section.
FOR GOOD COAL
J. H. MENKE
162-168 Ft Wayne Ave, Phone 2662