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SIWDAV, AI GI ST 23, iOZO
-'US SOUTH BEND NEV5-T!ME:5 Trend of the Markets Stocks Grain Livestock Cotton GRANGER ! ! stocks. Critics h ivr f r sr.;,u- th.lt. f-t'.i 'r.-t Wf.'lM fu:f.:;i thN appar ntly fx;'-rt.it ion. S n'lr. r. t r r ! th " ' i r. y t r i J t v H i : sf 1 .1 n arm; s. :! I ! pro r. f 1 1 r f T: ; :i f ?v to Polar.' rr,t .in . r..! t. th ;..r. "f a d' vast ttir.K rv.ir in E'ir'rf .ml n- Thr. ! to " thf .I'-iile !f ;r s' : ti. owinir to th .'lump !: w fr!! i m j rt "f N w 1 ir.'l frofn 1 im'i, -ind financial sf t -itirr ri'-y in t!1." Wist. Stm kT tr.i!- (.him. to !:f-- ulu n tlu- monry t-T!;-;'n . 1 a !;!?! am! f.trm rs .ii;-:- I th- t um pruspTi ,inI pr ailing pricf ri ratt suUaWe fi- f. . diner. r.oJshevi.t incursion, f ptinu.-tic pirt.s fror; th- !! in 1 ': ry. lmp.-rv-i f-T flit vf ri'-!ir:ons Kjir 1 win, f or.f 'tif nf m !! -! rr m r ! u!lr.-s is l-tin Jas.. Th' market's f -hnica v?l-n !s firor" as a r stilt f rroion'-'I 1 i'ju i I -4 1 ir.n ail ;-("! in- t ptirr f-"si rlv lowr ! v Is ar.'l th rhort inter st hi'l i!r,'!"'il-!' rlv P ron larp'-. The mark t nay nr ni.iy rot h.iv" !lsrunt- 1 al! th' im j"-n il inc ! ;r yicn in Pwvness anrl m:irkfi upon ar. orir!y rr rnvfTV, mit rcn! t r. 1 r.cj m ar" certainly enr ura :i -::. CHAIN. N'o irnrort.tr.r -;-nir.t or str n'-'th rxirr.v in th" orn rnark't, 1 1 1 small r-n ipt.4 at.! ir.awr'.l !a mau to th new rrop through early frost couM r-v-rsf the situation. Early frost tvoi;M hurt 'iwality :nnr' than yi'M. Vrry s'PN.f. lia it !ort- .'ri'nn 'lani'iKT-. as usually it !: s not. n-.-irh the corn llt until after tin- first nr n-rr-n'I wm k In r. A tfi.l r.iany farmrM hav h-rn hohlin; o!l corn I'M ;ius th v crinvi.lrn 1 thf in.irkt-t prir.- to.i 'v. Import l''iy- ir: h Intrrniit? ntly a rhi''f sm.s tiininc f.n tor in th whf.it nnl in Ifod in all rriin ni;irkn. !'. '-!pf s hav' t.fn iitnitfl, despite prmrrr-ss 'f th- r. u crop rn rnf-nt. Tho AVinn n-fz whfTit market, opnlntr at K.Td Mpprnxirnntf ly, r j) at ! th initial p-r forma r.c- of tho Chirac fiKiir rnarkt. It remains to ! scon vhr thr r thr similarity will rrr. tinar. Tho mill:' an- takintr nior what tlian formirly now that tocks an' runnlncr low. LIVESTOCK. Wp.trrn h.cf J. rr.irhlr.'-r market in irirj raying vopmio anl, i in fvitah'e. dprcsir,7 prirs. fjoo.i corn-ffil stuff is Marc as li r-1 -forr. CrassrrM aro at the jaar's lowest l v Is. Ho?s found ik pow- orful support In rr influrnr. I'arkrrs havr fhnwrt a disposition to sustain th- markt. vhil- farnu-rs pt-iiodi- r.illy diminish loatlinps when prlrr.i s.itr. Livo mutton h.is ?uffrrod Th- h'avy li-iaiil iti'-n nnl toho rar.inc "'f prir s that took lar,- inr inir Au;:t;vt has m.nrh imppv(l the t-f lir.ic il jos:tiori i f rotron. WT-.-cn N row in lir.'- with oth r Mtaplrs that hiv x i r i nro-1 flrflatin. Tho I'ohh vi tory improv s the nut lor,: for Mi:-tantial f-xportj. Within past wkH rxports have rim low. Th- rop is pot yf-t mal- and ralni aro stii; thf oor ision for rr.vi rinc if tr.li! rs I flir vo that nioistur- is U trim ntal in the locality roportln? Thf rnarkft alparrntlv drxs not 'ntain important oh-mi-nts of stronuth. how vor. and xporlcnff d f s. rvor.s do pot look for a pro n.incf d ujiturn in tho noar future wool. Woo pri s h iP' ohatm'-d littlo. Inquiry mainly af forts small lots Kino warn wools .aro at a premium. du- t th ir soarrity. Thr American Woolm -mpany mills aro expected to open 1. y the middh or last of Septemher. Meantime certain other mills aro closing down. Now cJIp wools liavo romo frrtn tho West in lart'iT quantities than rooently. as holiliers desire to escape the higher rats t tr into effect on August 2r. N"ev-rt heless, growers are liohlinfT hark most of the rlip. Tho fart that mill stocks aro not lartuo ex tends some hope of fairly active lmyimu when the mills resume nor-p-.a! operations. MITTALS. Tho slump in Kuropean exports. d'Mlness. in tho trade with Japan. ap.l licht orders from automohilo com pa n i s wtih! affect th steel market adversely were tho mills nt hooko'l months ahead. Railroad huyint: will in all probability figure largely in future business. Ct)al and ( ke production is enlarplntr arid car supply shows notable improve ment, permitt'ntr tho producers to re-duco their a cumulations and rase the credit strain. Consumers of pip Iron have been active. There are' mixed sentiments retardinc prices. The larjjo copper interests refuse to make concessions. au. :". Homer Vincent and family motor- ed t RomintTtem. Ind., to vblt rrln- tivj .. Hildrei. Itussel and Tr.ivrrs Uin ker of Klkhart. Ind.. aro spondinpr a few davji with their grandparents. Mr. anl Mrs-. J. C. Riy. Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Vincent of Chl capo, HJ.. are spendinp a few days with relatives hero. I)ean Vincent roturnrd home after ppondlng a few days with his prand paronts. Mr. ami Mrs. K. K. Vincent of Chic.?po. Hort Shimp and Wilbur Lerner visited in " ranker WodnesJay. Rollo Click of Adamsvlllo, Mich., called on Miss Maple FLssel Wednes day afternoon. Charlie Harnes went to Walkrrton, Ind.. to visit his sister for a few days. Kuireno Ionirlev returned home Wednesday frem a week's visit with his itrandi.arents. Mrs. K. R. Shaffer and daughter. Miss Ida. left Wednesday for a few days' visit with I. A. Shaffer at New castle. Ind. Miss F.thel Sopperman is taklnp chnrpe ef the telephone exchanpe durinp Miss Shaffer's absence. Mr. and Mrs. I). R. Freel and fam ily and the Misses Iena and Kthel Soppcrman were in Mith Rend Tues day eve nine. Neva and Evelyn RInlnper are on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hoffman and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Racon and famllv, Mrs. Rausman. Roberta Hart and Kenneth Rininpor attend ed the pranpo picnic at Martin's (Jrove Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Abbott and Mrs. Webb of Nebraska spent Wednesday at tho homo of Mrs. F. R. Iowry. AUK. 23. Mr. Van Kipa and family of Rlk hart. Ind., spent Thursday eveninp at tho home f his sister, Mrs. Claude Ronpley and family. Terry Trultt and family spent Thursday e-veninp at the home tf Joe Crowel and family. Mrs. K. R. Shaffer and dauphter, Ida. returned home Friday after noon after spendinp a day with her son. Pliny A. Shaffer, at New Castle. Ind. F. R. Lowry was in Goshen Fri day. Perry Truitt nnl family attended tho social at the town hall in Mil ton township, Mich., Friday even in I?. The barn that was burnt down last Tuesday in Milton township wis the property of Walter Pinkojh. His son. I.wis I'inkoh's body was four.'l ar.d they held the funeral at Niles. Mlrh., Friday mornir.p. Mrs. Ella Hartz and Clarence Kizer and wife were ?r FVulh Rend Fri-lay afternoon. Claude Ior.sley ar.i ch'.Mrm were in ndw.irdi.burf:. Mich., Frilay. S'hool commences n Harris town ship Sept. 6. Harry Netpzer and wife were in South Rend Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith and son. Harry Smith of River Park, called on Mrs. E. R. Shaffer and family Friday eveninp. Russe 1 Seifert and Frank Triplet were in South Rend Friday afternoon. Pile Sufferers Can You Answer TLcm? Ques tions? Do you know why ointments do not give you quick and lasting re lief? Why cutting and operations fail? De you know the cause of piles is internal? That there is a stagnation of blood in the lower bowel? Do you know that there Is a harmless internal talde-t remedy dis covered by Dr. Deonhardt and known as HKM-ROID, now sold by Wettiek's Drug Store and druggists generally, that is guaranteed? HEM-ROID banishes piles by re moving the internal cause, by free ing blood circulation in the lower bowel. This simple homo treat ment has an almost unbelievable record for sure, sife and lasting; re lief to thousands of pile sick suffer ers, and saves the needless pain and expense of an operation. There is no reason why it should not do the same for you. Adv. Stock Salesmen Experienced Stock, or Spe cialty Salesmen, who are wishing for a permanent connection, can make $250.00 weekly. CARTER H. JACOBS & CO., 20 E. Jackson Blvd., Chicago. Z3 s- II i 0 DHC c."- t:. an increase in price on all lots in Harter Heights effective Wednesday September 15. This necessary price increase has been expected for some time. It is called to your attention in accord with the policy of the Louis G. Palmer Company to protect in every way those interested in Harter Heights and its development. It is not our intention to use this price increase as a sales stimulant. The class of people who are buying homesites in Harter Heights readily appreciate the value of this beau tiful addition and need no pressure to bring them to a de cision. The lowest possible price consistent with good business policy will always be maintained on lots in Harter Heights. The present prices are from 40 to 50 percent lower than would be possible if improvements were to be placed at the present labor and material costs. So we are merely announcing that present prices will be maintained until Wednesday, September 15, after which the increase will become effective. n M ILO ÜB G. PALME 412 Union Trust Bldg. Clyde W. Taylor Resident Manager Wz IV ft IP cy Tri Ir iL dÜJk r Offers Profitable Investment Without Speculation That vacant Real Estate values will very materially advance in South Bend is ap parent from the fact that South Bend is steadily and rapidly growing. It is equally true that this advance will be more apparent in some quarters than others. It is also a fact that some sections will rightfully merit an advance above others. Along these lines it is well to select carefully. Compare present values weigh future possibilities and when your good business judgment points out the most prof itable "buy," everything considered, you can purchase with absolute surety of a safe, sure investment. If this method of choosing South Bend Vacant Real Estate be followed, there is positively no doubt but that Marquette Park will be your choice. Marquette Park is situated, as you know, in the most desirable part of the city, right on the Portage Avenue street car line, where the natural beauty of the sur roundings are most attractive. The Park is limited to but comparatively few homes and every single lot is sure to be in demand by several families long before South Bend is through with her present expansion plans. So as an investment, or for your own future home, there can be no more desir able spot than Marquette Park. With these facts known, is It not the better part of good judgment to buy where improvement and increased values are SURE rather than speculate with less desir able locations. A small amount of money will serve as an initial payment on one of these beau tiful 60 or 70 foot lots, and before many following payments become due you can turn it at a handsome profit. Drive out Portage to where the new asphalt paving starts most any evening. See the class of homes that are there, then decide that you will be among those who will profit by selecting now while the price offers such strong inducements. E Ü WOOD 120 South Main Sf. CO Phone Main 1188 j lit t T iiAii "Ii 'MM FLORAL PARK BUY A HOME OR A LOT THERE It's a good place in which to buy. Lembach, Humphrey & Prevatt 522 Farmers Trust Bldg. Main 754 : 1 ;-- -J hi: . Ul tl KJj ! 9 lpiH!Vaft Iff ill 0 Resources $7,500,000 Your checking, or Saving Account, will receive careful j attention here and will be appreciated. Do ft o t Delay OWN A HOME SITE IN ROSELAND PARK EXTENSION CIoso to the beautiful Lincoln School and all City advantages. BARGAIN rRICES $150 to 25. TERMS 13.00 DOWN and J1.S0 per week. No INTEREST or TAXES for one yrar. Tike .1 SOUTH SIDE CAR and get off at ROBINSON ST. and then a Fhort walk South to the property. COME OUT Sunday afternoon, AUG. 23, 1920. Agents on the property until dark. W. K. McHENRY, Owner II. J. MIC1IAEU Sales Mr. Lincoln ."733 220 Farmers Tru5t nidff. IP Ii r c i w . . ... ! j Jefferson Boulevard 1 1. . i . , ii iii i r" . ii w i i i hi i i ' I n - - - ' - . .- . - - i , ii r i i iii i i i ii 3 11 "-1 -'' mass i y J I j.fei"- a? m Ii I A AU IJ I I I VI 1 fi " 1 "" ' t t Tint 'nffT t ar" Don't Stand in Line to Pay Bills Open a checking account r li- r tor yourself or your wire with this frienclly bank. Avoid standing in line and wastintr vour time. Avoid r, j . the danger of theft ro loss of J "pocket money." w rite checks for your hills Cancelled checks are ex cellent receipt and your check stubs are ;i handy set of personal books. fi I 1 ICUtJl dl JHV11VUJ vji 1 N ear Postofnce 1 1 W . . OI K WALL PAPLRS AITF.AL to th" if- whr) t ir- feorr.erhir.i: .' of th con;nion In v;.!I c,-. r;r.' Thrc is a quit-t I'-i: i ?.- a'. -" th.'.- (if.lgr.s .-tr.d (olr,:., .. .'. -th ? iin'l y.it s v. '. : ' V.'e invite an ir.pef ;r.r.. k u : - -: that our i'-ap r. r.:.:.. t ;.. t mi -1 your i !. s of hr-r.i: I.- -r . -tlon. WALL I'APLK P.M. r r.L 22: S. .Main St. On. Y. M. f. A u I ii i n II i l r i r li TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS LI I l HI. I I I Ii II I I I I II. I Ill I I .