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COTTON MARKETS Storm Fails to Fulfill Expecta tions, While British Labor Situation is Bad. W'cdnesili flt-rnoon, Scot. 52. Th gulf Nti. in which occupied so mui Ii of the traiii-'s Httention yesterday blew inti the hell overnight, but failed in in.M-i i n'cIhllon ami brought llm li.d r-jtn ti :lit' lower iwrt of lliv cen tr.it "Pelt, then-lure proving dlsai'l'oint lnr a basis for bulllnh action. The Hrtl'ah labor situation also looked omi nous anil so leil wi mut to the reaction ary feeling In tl r nmrket. Another de pressing influence whs the weekly weather summary, which read bearish mid mentioned the fact that actions of Texas hHVe fHir 1 ionise ot n toi crop, also saying that conditions during the week reiliiceil .-lieilding und boll weevil depredations. Still another factor, al though it n ni 'ic I'sycliological. per haps, than nth aiw, wan the encour agement giv.n :'.w walling attitude un the pan of t tmlmr public by the sharp reduction n tac nuioiiiued by the Ford Automobile . . i-iny This action wax consult r-.l aiptoiu.itii' nit Indirectly w:is given en ill .is ; market influence. Finals were Heady ai.d from !'. ! 48 point otf in N' W Ynik. while .m New lirleans the loss was 100 to .1- Points Liverpool dhoulil open 31 to K points lower tonmriii.v morn ins In the foreign market there who notli- Ing of particular linportunce In change or In the. news coming In hand. Pri vate fables were pessimistic over (he labor situation, while abort time talk continues plentiful. Finals were quiet and front 18 to points to the bud, which was close to i3 .;tl. with wiles 5 000 bales, Including 2, 60" American. Kfleelpts were 1,000 bales. Including 600 American, At the opening domestic markets were steady and slightly higher be cause of storm fears, as late reports the night previous told of high winds and much rain along the court. Hut very Boon advices showed that the blow had not been a serious one. and ruins did not fall over much territory, the Texas crop ewping with practically none. Soon more cherful rporta came and the market receded, as shorts be came bolder and stop-loss orders were reached. The weekly summary was the occasion for fresh beur confidence and there was little resistance until prices broke more than 1110 points from the early highs, tletober In New York ut the lowest was 165 point from the high est, while December dropped 120 In the same time. Just a llttlo whll before the close recovery of about 4U points came, encouraged by some advice say ing that a better feeling prevnlted as to the coal strike outlook, although tech nical reasons were no doubt another reason for It. From the spot department news was limited. a crippled wire service de layed advices from Texas pointB. How ever, the fact that the storm did not prove bad as expected and damage tho grade was regarded as guile bear ish. Kajos in New Orleans were only 181 bales at no change In prle.es. while Memphis sold 2ib and made further revision by cutting white grades from middling and above another 60 points. MEMPHIS COTTON. Memphis cotton closed nominal and unchanged to decline of 60 points. Mid dling, ju.ouc, Baies 4i uui". Today 17.00 .19 bO Prev. 17.00 19.60 23.00 28.60 31.00 3 2 50 33.60 34.25 35.0M Good ordinary airiet mod ordinary Low middling jiy 8tr1ei tow middling .... 28 Ml Middling- 80.60 Strict middling 32 00 Good middling 33.00 Strict good middling .... 33.7a Xfl.lrillnf fair 34 60 Yellow ttngea in eo uv pomm m"", blue stained 660 to 850 points lower; yellow stained 660 to 860 point! lower. DAILY COTTON STATEMENT 1918. 2.85 2,865 12.81)0 16.659 llcts. tdy., net Gross ...... Since Friday.. Gross Sin. Ac- 1. net Grow Snips, today.. Since Aug. I. Slock on nana 1920. 199 199 '28 2.203 6.239 26.667 671 42,684 241.691 1919. 374 069 1.723 2.683 9.131 21.173 1.1U 60,814 79.489 31,684 61.126 1,280 71,626 137.668 at 11.95r. representing a new low rec ord for tlie season. The arrival of Southern advices noting decline of lo to 2c in spot quotations and a Uverpool cable to tho effect that the coal strike prospects were becom ing more gloomy and that the cotton mill strike Is likely to spread further caused heavy selling Dressure In the early afternoon that drove October down H! points under last nsjilit to zi.ior, and other months 93 to lit) points lower. January touching 23.92c. Futures closed steady at decline of 9ii to 46 points. tan. . March Mav . July . Sept. . Oct. .. Dec. . Open. High. low 24 85 24.86 23.92 24.00 23.34 22.60 24 00 23.30 22.50 3 20 22 60 21 60 - Close Today. Pre. 24.20 24.85 2H 95 26 ill 28.95 26.20 27.30 25.00 23.62 22 90 22.00 28 30 27.80 25.33 24.05 23.38 22.48 29.25 28.76 26.10 LIVERPOOL COTTON. LIVERPOOL, Sent. 12 Spot cotton quiet; prices steady, good middling 2S.04d; tullv middling 23 2d: middling 21 64d: low middling 17.74d; good orril nary 14.29d; ordinary 13.2d. Sales 6.000 including 2.3H0 American. Receipts 1.- 000 bail's. 600 American. Futures closed Idle. Sept, l!MHd: Oct. 19.16d; Jan. 18.28d; March 17.80d; May 17.34d; July 16.98d. Close ' Today Pw .lanuarv 18 2 18 63 February 18 04 March 17.80 April 1767 .May 17.34 June 17.16 July 16.98 August 16.75 September 19 48 October November Iveemher Contracts closed 18 to 29 points. 19.16 18.80 18.63 18.28 18.(13 17 79 17.54 17.35 17 17 16.93 19.69 19.45 19.06 18.88 quiet at decline of COTTON REGION SUMMARY. Temperatures are above normal In most sections with maxima generally 80 to 90 degrees. Light to moderate showers occurred In Southern Mississippi. Eastern Okla homa, extreme Kastern Texas and along the east gulf coast, and rains of mostly one to two inches In Louisiana except three Inches locally In the extreme soul beast Some reports are missing. The troplcnl storm' caused ygalcs In U..,.ll...-n I .,11 .ana r Memphis District. 0 Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 22, 1920. Bolivar, Tenn., pt. cldy Hrownsvllle, pt. cldy. .. Covington, clear Dversburg. cloudy .... M KM PHIS, cloudy Milan, cloudy Moscow, cloudy ...... Nashville, cloudy Clarksdale, Miss, cloudy Corinth, cloudy Hernando, cloudy!.... Holly Springs, cloudy. . Tuscumbia. Ala. pt cldy Osceola. Ark., clear . . Mnrianna. pt. cldy Wynne, cloudy Average :h. Low. pep. 89 67 .00 90 68 .(III 87 68 .00 89 67 .00 90 70 .00 89 65 .00 89 65 .00 86 . 64 .00 88 72 .00 89 6!) .00 84 64 .00 90 69 .00 85 66 .00 90 68 .00 90 70 . .00 90 70 .00 88 67 W WEEKLY SJMMARY OF CROt CONDITIONS DAILY PORT M0VEME3S1-. Middling fon. Ret' T'd'y. Yes. Sloe N. Orleans, at. 2.652 28.00 28.00 200.869 Galveatott ....... 8.628 29.25 197.346 Mobile 23 28.60 2.640 Savannah 4,002 30.50 85.924 Charleston, nom. 144 30.00 SO.oo 224.689 C 2S.fl if. Ii 169 SO.OO 22.694 .... 81.00 31.00 2.S25 Wilmington Jsorfolk Baltimore, nom. . . New York, qt Boston, qt Philadelphia, qt. ... Total receipts .. Total last year 30.60 31.00 31.00 31.00 30.76 31.26 ..16,1.13 ..12,046 25,700 13.337 6,241 DAILY INTERIOR. Middling Tone. Ret Td y Tes. Stock Memphis, nom. .. 199 S0.60 31.00 241.6S1 St. Louis, sty. .. 49 33.00 33.00 9.1 33 Augusta, qt 2,780 29.25 29.tfi 64,368 Houston, missing 29. if) Little Kock, qt. 420 28.00 28 50 li.729 Pallas, missing 27.36 ...... . Same day last year 11.826 TOMORROW'S ESTIMATED 1920 Lust Wk. 1919. " N. Orleans . .l.JOO'u 2.300 2.348 78a Galveston .X... Missing 8,273 3.292 NEW ORLEANS COTTON. NEW ORLMANS. Sept. 22. After ad vancing on the first call to the extent of 7 to 19 points on the more active months, on buying stimulated by tl" movements of tho hurricane, the cot ton market today fell off because ot the absence of any news showing that the disturbance had worked any great damage In the belt. At the end of the first hour of business prices were 30 to 36 point under tho close of yester day. October worked up to 27.45c and fell off to 27c. "The forecast of fair weather for prac tically the entire western half of the cotton region and private cablegrams from Liverpool, reporting a serious luhot and trade situation. Increased the sell Ing pressure against the market to such an extent that later In the morning the active months w-re 70 to 102 points under the close of vesterday with Or tober down to 26.2SC a-id Marrh down to 23 65c. lsint months were stca.li th'tn the neat '. The weekly .Top reports from the aovernnunt wen- considered highly fa vorable and they increased offerings materially. At the lowest of the day Octolier touched 26.00c. and the tradiiiR months were at net declines of 81 to 130 points. Toward the close there were recoveries of 35 t.. 40 points from tin lowest on realising hv shorts and re ports of a siiniewli.it better feeling In the Kngllsh coal strike situation. Spots closed qui, i and unchanged. Ordinary. 9,60. good ordinary. llaOc; flfc middling, .:'c. middling. 28c; good Middling, 30 75c Sales on the spot 61 bales: to arrive loo Iwihs. Futures closed steadv at decline of 100 to 32 points. Jan. . 8. arch May . .lulv . ( ct . . Dec. . One 24.75 23 i.5 22.10 27 1)5 25.40 en High 24 2 23.35 22. SO Low To4! :l to 3. i: 22.5 26.00 J4.03 22, X6 22.3 21.80 26.30 24 47 l"rev. 24 IS 23 I! 22 V EW YOltK COTTON NKW ' YORk". Sept 22. -The cotton market opened barelv s'eady at 15 points advance to six decline From the fact that the South mas a heavy seller traders gained the lmtreaslon that the Ironical storm which hit tin Louisiana coast last night was less serious than expected. Fine weattv In eastern sections of the belt, poor cables, the Knglish labor troubles and prosuects for a favorable weekly weath er report at noon, all contributed to the easier feeling wrtleh prevailed. Oc tober advanced 15 points to 28 90c at the start on covering, but offering' Immediately increased and January was 6 DOlnts lower at 24 80c. Subse Quently. the whole list broke 35 to 40 points under the previous close, Octo ber reaching 28.40c and January 14. 47c More reassuring news regarding the progress of the storm and a wsekly crop and weather summary that has leldom been exceeded for optimism at this season of the year caused a re aewal of heavy selling pressure at mid lay under which the market broke rom 60 to 75 points, October reaching tt cents and January 24.23c. July gold FROM WALL STREET THE 1 1 GRAIN MAtyftfl mm- m ' NEWS SCIMITAR. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER M, ,19. Motor and Kindred Issues 05-1 ject of Pressure in Early Trading. NKW YORK. Pept. 22 Motor shares and kindred Issues were again singled out for pressure at the opening of to day's stock market, presumably In con sequence of doubtful trade conditions. Chandler Motor fell 24 polrjts. Bosch Magneto 2, and Studebaker 1. Mexican 1-etroleum lost 1ft, Hepuhllc Steel and Central Leather one each and other prominent Industrials mado. fractional declines. Among rails price changes were uncertain, nominal losses in Can adian Pacific. Missouri Pacific prefer red, and Southern Hallway being bal anced by one-point gains In Erie and Pittsburgh and West Virginia. Comparative quiet prevailed during the midsesslon but the undertone, es pecially in oils, si eels, sugars remained neavy. Mexican Petroleum and Vana lum Steel were among the few lei u show resistance with the need rails. The closing was Irregular: sales ap proximated 650.000 shares. Range of prices on New York stuck exchange, with previous cosing bids, furnished by Ehepard & Uluck, Falls building. 80 Sfi'Vi 133SI133 84 iioisT 1134 43l 76 I 121 47- I Summary of weather and crop con ditions in the cotton region for the week ending September 21; The temperature averaged rather high with no rain in the western portion of the cotton belt and nsostly light show ers in the eastern portion. The weather was very favorable for cotton and opening and picking made excellent progress; cotton is now opening to the northern limits of the belt. The moderately high temperature and dry weather resulted In material Im provement In cotton In the western por tion of the belt, but in the eastern por tion the condition of cotton Is practi cally unchanged. Progress was satisfactory to very good In Texas, where a good top crop Is now Indicated In many sections, while progress was very good to ex- ? client In Arkansas and generally satls actory In Oklahoma. Very little top rtiop la expected east of tho Mississippi river. Report by states: Texas Warm, drv weather favorable. Satisfactory to excellent progress. Fair ly good top crop expected in many sec tions. Picking made satisfactory prog ress. Record yield obtatnea in some lower roast counties. Condition fairly good to excellent In south and soma central and northwestern areas, else where spoiled, from poor to very good. OklahomaClear, hot, dry weather favorable. Satisfactory progress, con dition poor to excellent but Is improving generally, weevil and worms active, especially south central. Opening fast. picking general central and eastern beginning to open west. (Jeorgla Dry, sunny weamer tavor- able. Nearly all open south and two- birds picked; top crop very short, con dition poor. Alabama Local showers first three dnvs week, remainder week fair, sun shine. Cotton opening rapidly III southern tuid central, picking progress ing, much ginning being done. Weevil not so active. Opening slowly north. Mississippi Sunshine aniple and weather dry except for moderate show ers northeast and on coast. Cool nights latter half of week. Irregular, pour progress, but opening rapidly; top crop deteriorated. Arkansas Prv. warm weather and Abundant sunshine attended by very good In excellent progress. Weevil and shedding checked, opening north, rap Idly in central anil south. Condition poor south, good to very good elsewhere. South Carolina condition poor, no top expected central and south; weevil Inlng damage central mid serious In "tit ii ipei.Thg rapidly, picking prog ess. labor scarce. North , Carolina- Favorable for har eiHiiK. but rain needed. Satisfactory though deterioration continued to some extent. omig fruitage not up to ex- Iiei'tittloio-. Tendency to light crop, opening and picking In pood shape. I ennessee-- ltalny spell ended anil u.'h-nei'di'd fair sunny weather last four days. Favorable but no change In condition, being generally falrlv good Louisiana 1 nscasonably warm, hut e.ithtr favorable for crops and har vesung except in southeast. Opening II and mostly open. Picking rapidly lai.i'i' counnions permit. I. C Ilis-4'halmer m. Heet Sugar tn. can . . . . , in. C and F". m. II. and L.pfd Am. jaico m. S. and R. . . in. Sugar m. S. Tob m. T. and T. .. Tob na. Copper tchlson C. 1 (!. and W. I. Raid. I oco. ...... H. and O Heth riteel "B" .. an. Pacific .... Ceil. Leather .... ('lies, nnd Ohio . . Chi., M. and St. I hi.. R. I. and Pac Chlno Copper Coca-Cola . . . orn Products YuclMc Steel uba Cane Sugarl 381 Krle 20 Vi len. J-;iectric Oen. Motors I 2014 Goodrich Co 52 'A tit. Nor. pfd 79H t. Nor. Ore Ctfs. 34 Vt lulf Slates Steel.. 53', Illinois Central .. 90V Insp. Copper 47'V Int. Mer. Mar. pfd. 78 nt. Paper 80 nt. Harvester Kei.necott Copper 27 Lou. and Nash... Maxwell Motors .1 8 Mexican Pet 194V Miami Copper Midvsle steel .... 40 Mo. Pacific 28 N. Y. Cent 76S N.Y., N.H. and H. 85H Norf. and West. . 96 Nor. Pacific 80 ure oil 89H Pennsylvania .... 42 H People's Oas Pitta, and W. Va.. 35 Pullman Co Ray Con. Copper. 15 R. D.. N. Y KM Reading 94 nep. iron inn d... oii Mnciair o. ana n.i opmi Sou. Pacific 97-H Sou. Railway .... 31 a. s. s. and iron. Stude. i'orp 62 enn. Copper .... 10 W Texas Company .. 62S4 exas 1 'antic ... as Tobacco Products 69 nlon Pacific ...123 lilted Fruit .... 203V4 IT. S. Ind. Alcohol I 85 U. S. Rubber .... 86 S. Steel 89Ti I'tah Copper I 64 Vi Vlr.-Caro. Chem. West. Electric ... 80 White Motors ... 46 W'lllys-Overlami .1 Pan. Amer 9414 Flsk Tires 2a MISCELLANEOUS 1 1 1 1 i ;i i, Sept. 22 - ir: rcclptn. 69 cars: Kii.'Ved or hulk, 82.25 2 15; Minnesota and bite, s.o ked or bulk I'csot.t Karly ohlos, I! fS'il 2 "5. Totatoes, weak Jersey cobbler Giants, J2 Oin Wisconsin round Jl.vn'n 1.95; Mm- laoked or bulk NKW iltouestii u.ilars. YORK, 71 7 -sc. HO, Si Sent. 22 - Bar silver foreign, 94c; Mexican pt. 22 - Butter higher I'llli'A creamery, 4"l5.'c. I'.gg-- iinchangid; receipts. 7.291. Poultry, alive, unsettled; fowls, gen eral run. ;'ic; springs, 31Ve; turkeys. 15c. NKW YORK. Scot. 22 Butter firm creamerv firsts 62i50Vc. Kggs firm, fresh gathered firsts 57itf9o. Cheese steadv. avetage run 27''.ri28v4c. Liv iKiultry unsettled, fowls 41c. Pressed unsittled, roasting chickens 40ft 43c KANSAS CITY. Sept. 22. cha nged Kggs lc higher; firsts 42c poultry unchanged. Potatoes unchanged. ST. LOUS, Sept. 22 -changed. Butter Creamery", 57c. Kggs I nchanged. Butter un 55c ; second -Poultry nn 8tVlf acty: NKW YORK. Sept. 22 Copper, easy electrolytic spot and nearh: 18V; fourth uuarter. 19. Iron, stead prices unchanged. Tin steady; spot and nearby. 44 25; futures, 44 50; antimony 7 25; lead quiet; spot. 8 001) 8 50; xinc steady; Kast St. lou1s delivery, spo 7. .5. At London, snot copper. 9 6d: futures, 97, 12s, 6d. Klectrolytlc stiot 1112: futures, 118. Tin spot 269. 17s, 6d; futures, 275. lis. Lead spot, 34, Is. 6d: futures, 34. 17s, 6d Zinc spot. 40, 10s; futures, 41, 15s, SAVANNAH. Oa.. Sept. 22 Turpen tine steady. Jl.Sti1: sales, none; receipt 35. enipments , stock u.no. Rosin Firm; sales 777, receipts 1.93 shipments 442, stock 47.610. Quote- I'. K. V. G. II. I. K. M, N, Wg, 11. 60911. 70; Ww, 11.70. ead-IbW llligh Low. 76 79 35 Vs 34V4 80 35 188 6, 95 I 95 l4 62l 61 61 111 !109I1I1 8 89 89T 8 9, . 136 1132 136 64HI 64 64 84l 84 ,... 93 49 150 111 VllH 43l 43 73! 734) 120il2l 4ti ' 4"'i 65til 64 R4 88 37m 37 40 I 28 40 28 28 83 I 33 V 88 ! 86 132 129 I 37 I 19 14tl43 IClose Bid. Tdy.iFrev. IT 20 51 78 34 51 90 47 76 80 7 190 '.38 27 75 33 87 131 38 20 35 35 133 70 95 63 110 so 88 8i 130 4' 84 93 15.1 112 43 76 121 47 65 37 38 28 34 87 130 39 20 143!l43 0 62 79 34 51 90 47 76 I 80 20 '79 84 '90" 48 77 81 116ill6 27i 27 26 102 102 7 190 20 39 28 76 35 96 80 39 42 95 79 39 42 84 i5 86 93 80 33 96 29 '61 10 51 37 68 122 202; 203 84 84 89 63 '79 4 a 12 92 24 194 20 40 27 76 35 96 79 39 42 34 32 112 15 85 94 82 34' 96 29 70 63 10 62 87 68 123 203 85 85 90 64 'is" 46 14 91,' 24i'25 35 112 15 86 93 80 84 97 30 68 61 10 61 38 69 :123 85 86 89 63 64 80 46 13 Fresh Decline Early in Wheat, But Export JJews Causes Recovery. ' CHICAOO. Sept. 22. Fresh declines in the price of wheat took place today owdHg to downturns in other commodl tlesT but subsequently news of big ex ports of wheat caused rally. .The opening which varied from unchanged figures to 2c lower with Iecember 12.11 to 82.32 and March 12.24 to t2.2. was followed by a general aag and then a decided reaction. Sharp advances were scored after es timates became current that 6,000,000 bushels domestic and Manitoba vhcat had been taken for Europe. This close was strong 8iir4c net higher, with December t2.36J2.36. and March 12.30. New tow price levels for the season were reached in the corn market. After opening unchanged to one cent lower, the market broke all around, but then recovered somewhat. Gossip that thej-e had been export business in corii helped later to strengthen the market. September de livery Jumped up about 14 cents on cov ering by shorts. The market closed nervous at the same as yesterday's finish to 13e higher with September 11.35 to 11.36 and December 81.05 10 i.05!. Oats, like corn, dropped 4o lowest quotations yet on the crop. Setbacks In the price of hogs and corn had a depressing effect' on pro visions. MB1PHIS MARKETS Open. High. Low. Wheat Mec. .. 2.31 2.87 2.28 Mar. .. 2.24 2.30 2.23 Corn- Sen. .. 1.23 1.87 Dec. .. 1.04 1.06 Hats Dec. .. .58 .60 .68 May .. ji2 .63 .62 Pork Sep. ... Oct. .. Lard Oct. .. 19.85 20.25 18.67 Jan 18.32 17.90 Ribs Sen Oct. .. 17.10 17.30 Close Today. Prev. 2.36 2.32 ' 2.30 2.26 1.22 1.35 1.22 1.03 1.05 1.05 .53 .63 24.75 24.75 24.36 24.76 19.96 "18.20 17.10 17.10 .69 .63 26.00 25.00 19.97 17.90 16.90 22. Cash wlmat 17.20 17.20 No. CHICAOO. SeDt 1 red. 82.65: No. 1 hard. 82. 46(42. 50 Corn No. 2 mixed, 11.244311.29; No. 2 yellow, $1.28(fjPl.3l. Oats No. 2 white, 5869c; No. 3 white, 57fo58e. Rye No. 2, 1.92'1.95. Barley 8099c. Timothy Seed I6.O0W7.60. Clover Heed 818. 00(S'25.00. Pork Nominal. Lard 819.95. Ribs 17.1217.87. KANSAS CITY, Sept. 22 Cash wheat 2c lower to 2c higher; No. 1 hard, $2.4o W2.53; No. 2. J2.36"512.53; No. 1 red, 83.62 4J2.53; No. 2, 82.51. Corn Unchanged to 3c higher; No. 2 mixed, 81.15; No. 2 whie, 81.lE.frl. 17; No. 2 yellow. 81.18. Oats Ulchanged lo c higher; No. 2 white. 6lff61c; mixed, 69ti60c; No. 2 red, 62(p62c. ST. LOUIS.-Sept. 22 Cash wheat, No. 2 red winter, J2.60; No. 3. 82.59; Decem ber. $2.37 bid; March, $2.30 bid. Corn No. 1 yellow, $1.26; No. 2, $1.2K December, $1.05; May, $1.06 bid. Oats No. 2 white, 60c: No. 3, 690 59c; December, 69c bid. KANSAS CITY. Sept. 22. Close: Wheat, December, $2.81; March. $2.25. Corn September, $1.16; December, 98c; May, 99c. MONE. NEW YORK. Sept. 22. Prime mer cantile paper, I, Kchange Irregular. Sterling 60-day bills, 3.42; commercial 60-dav bills on banks, 3.42; commer cial 60-day bills, 3.42; demand, 3.47; cables, 3.48. Francs, demand, 6.68; ca bles, 6.70. Belgian francs, demand, 7.05; cables, 7.07. Guilders demand, 30.87; cables, 31.00. Lire, demand, 4.80; cables, 4.32 Marks, demand., 1.63: ca bles, 1.64., New York exchange on Mon treal, 9 per cent discount. Govern ment bonds, irregular; railroad bonds Irregular. Time loans strong; 60 days, 90 days and 6 months, 84? 8 per cent. Read News Scimitar Wants. LIVE STOCK MARKET. MKMPHIS. Pept. 21 lioga Receipts light; lower. Heacy. $15. 00'fl 15.50; me dium. $15.75811626; packer sowe, $12.50 fi; 13.25; thin. $11.0012 60: skins, $10.00 iJill.OO; pigs fat, $12.064fl5.25; thin. $10,01112.00. Ciillle receipts neavy; slow, nieers, medium heavy. $8 0iVu9.U0: light butch- rs $7.00ti8.00; thin common. Jh.oow On; choice light stockers, $6.0tKit7.0(i; butcher heifers. $8.ft(kni).00: fat cows. S.OiWift.OO; cutters. 4.aOtii6 50; canners. $3.5rtw3.75; veal calves. good, as 0Kt 10 00; light and poor, ia.v.u'jii.1111; ouns, fat, $.UUir7.0U; mediunV $4.otKnt).j0. -4 ST LOUIS, S4't. 22 Cnttle, receipts. .000; Oklahoma steers 26c lower; top steers. $15 60; bulk. $9.50(91351); year ling Fteers and heifers steady: eanner cows stf ady at M isiri.;i; nuu,s sieany; at ?.io hirl'i"' : Tfo 'd and choice veai- rs. $16 75ii 17 50; feeder steers steady. lin'.s. ie.cir..s. r.Ji'O; 2i'c to 30c lo" r. top 817. Ml; bulk light and mediums, ' 7 r..'4tT7.i'.f.; bulk heavies, ll S0iri7.SH. Sheep, re-eipts. 3.600; 60c lower; top lambs, $12.00: bulk, $11 50(8 12.00; top wes, $5.60; bulk, $5.004f5.5O. ( ClIICAOO, Sept. 22. Cattle, receipts. 11.0011. verv dul : oiiening sales best steers nnd jrarlings about steady, $16 ill) ;ul7 5o; gias-y kinds weaK ana un- . mostly JS.OOWM so; noiogiui duiir. $6 t'nf.i 6.75; cantiers, $4.2541 4. 16; steady; ther she stock lower, mostly 16 50M r.'.nii; calves slow to lower, bulk choice, ,i 754i Ti 50; grassy calves draggy, $6 60 Si 11 60; stockers and feeders about steady; .Western rerelpts, 3,000; market op. ned weak. Hogs, receipts. 11,000; uneven, ,lnc to Ce lower than yesterday's average; top early, $17.65; bulk light and butchers. Slfi.Sii'ii 17.60; bulk packing sows, $15 60 15 90; pigs, 2.1c lower. Sheep, receipts, 23.000: very slow; packers bidding unevenly lower; good native lambs sold $12 .": medium, ill. on 4112.0"; best range lambs held around f 1 .1 .75 ; feeders stenuy; good lambs sold $13 50. KANSAS CITY, S4pt. 22. Cattle 14.- 000; beef steers generally weak to 50c lower; class poor; few best steady; top $17 ;; fat cows and heifers steady to easy, quality plain, canners and bulls steady; veal calves steady, others weak to 50c lower; top voalei'H $15. 51); good heavy cows $9.U0(i 1V.P0. Hogs. 3.000; very uneven, generally 25c to 40c lower than yesterday's ave rage; top $17 25; bulk light and me dium $17. OOeri 17.20; heavy $16.5IK( 17.00. Sheep 18.000; slow: sheep steady: western ewes $5 50; fat lambs $15.25; top natives $12.50; western early $13 35: best held higher; feeding lambs draggy. LO.riSVII.LK, Ky.. Sept. 22. Cattle--Receipts 350; dull: lleavv steels, $12 50 ii 14.00: beef sieers, $7.001 12 oil; heif ers, $li.504i 11.00; cows,. $4.00'ii 10.50: feeders. $7.60(i 11 00; stockers, $6.001 9.75. Hogs Receipts 600; 25c lower; 250 pounds up, $16 00; 165 to 250 pounds, $17 30; 120 to 165 pounds. $17 00; pigs, 120 pounds down, $ll.254jf 12.75: throw outs, $12.50 do n. Sheep Receipts 70; steadv; lamb, $13.00; sheep, lii.00 down. PORT WORTH, Tex , Sept. 22. Cat tle Kecelpts 3,500; steadv; beeves, $6 60 till) 75; stockers. $6 on-,i 8 25; cows, $3.75 i 8 25; heifers, $4.00ti 9.50; bulls, $4.00 U 11 00. Hogs Receipts 2.0O0; 154125c lower; light. S16 864i 16.95; heavv. $16.76tf 1 05: medium. $16 254116 K; heavv. $16.75 16 85: medium, $l6.25'ii 16 75; mixed. $15 601 16 25; common, $14 401(1 16.60; pigs. 11 l.oowi: 60. Sheep- 100; unchanged: lambs. $7 00'. 13 00; vearlings, 89. On 'a 10 .00 ; wethers. $8 0OJ8 25; ewes, $7 onti 8.0A; culls. $100 4i5 0O; goals.- $3 00(h5.O0. COFFEE, XFW YORK, Sept. 22 Closing prices: Prciuce. Eggs Candled, 64968c; current, re ceipts, loss off, 60063a. Butter Kresn creamery, pound print 85tj60c; country butter, 80636c Cheese--Cream printa. 806JJC Poultry Ducks. ftftSe: bens. a???. 30aJ3c; dressed. 33036c; roosters, 16 W 17c; brollerfa, 3&39c; larger, I836o; geene, 2Vict22c. Vegetable. BeansNary. Der lb., lite; Lima, per lb., 12ei2c. . . Peas California black-eye, per in.. Potatoes cwi, au vwieiiea, -.wvW 3J"l . .a. .v. UA1MI unions eacaea, i) ids., Cabbage Crate, cwt. $l.60fe t00. Lrttuc-Northrn, crate. 2.00J iviprv Michigan. bunch. 8O076C. New York Jumbo, 10V peppers Basket, tuvu p. . ' 7 ProTiiions. . Dry Salt Meata-VRegular, 19eivc; extras, 19c . ' Hugar-Cui-ed Meata Htanoaxo nam I$i42c. - 11 Bacon Fancy ejeoian, hvw; - CDda. 486 440. . .... ,, . , Lard Pure nog lara. zaoi:; uc"v comppund, lb. 18lc. - - . i Grain and Feedsttufi. ' rVerchsnts' Exchange Quotations ) Oats White, dray lot 77c; mixed, 75c. " ; 1 ' chooj Per ton. leas (nan car nw. 64,00. . . .. . . .... Coin Packed. In nray ioao ?'? 1, white, $1.56; No. i mixed, l-64. - MUI Fee;--Dray loaa iota. wsiw $50.00; shorts, $68.00. . . ' Hav Timothy, "ess tnan car -na ru. lr $42.00: No. 2 $38.00; alfalfa, choice, $42.00; No. 1, $3t.0O; No. 2, $36.00. : ,1 , . Fruits. .". , Lemons-Box, $4.6060. 1 Oranges California, $7.6011.00. - -Apples Cooking, hamper. I1.80O1.Z6; eating, $3.004. 50. Barrels, Jonathan, I10.hk 11.00; Grimes uoiaen, .vvibi $10.00. ' ' P-schrs Bushel ba3ket, Elbertas, $4.50ti6.60. m , Iiried Fruit Kvaporated applES, 16c; peaches, 24a25c; prunes, lb., nom inal; apricots, nominal. PinesnnVs-Cnhan. orate. 86:0006.50. Canthlounes Colorado, flat crates. (irnpes Malagas, -crate, . z. loneo-vv. Tokays, crate, $3.5008.76; Concords, basket, WrlbDc. . . Cocoanuts Bacn, sac. Cranberries Pound, less than barrels., 20c. Cottonseed Products. (Merchants' Exchange Quotations.) Crude oil, basis folio f. o. b. mills, lie; meal, 7 per cent, ton, $51.00. nominal; hulls, -loose, none. , ' - Hides and Purs. Hides No 1 green, salted, 130140, partly cured, lll!c; green, ll12c; rtumai-e,l culls, half tiriCK dry flint. 223 23c: drv salted, 2021o; No. I grade! lc lower. - uij.. mr : rn. v horse hides, $4.Cv if 4.40; glues and ponies t9 AlliS9 K Sheepskins. 6Oc0$2.(H, shearings. 200 i$1.00; goat skins, 75c$1.00f dry culls, half urlce. ' Wool Clear unwashed, S025c: burnt unwaahed, I0M16c; tub wasnea, sfi 5c: burry. washed. 20080c. Bagging .and Ties. Bneirlng Two-nound: York, 21c; Hindoo. 20'ic: September delivery c month carrying charge. Ties Bundle. 46-lb., $2.63; 60-lb, 3.61; IVic to 2c carrying charge. SUGAR. sugar 7,000 NEW YORK, Sept. 22. Raw aruaiit" ln( rifiii-ui 10.78: sales bags Perus; 6,008 bags Cubas and 8.000 bags Porto Rlcos. Kettnea Bieaay, nno n.,i.i.j 11 Rn , s.mr futures' closed steady; sales 5 600 tons: October. $9.65; December. $9 50; January, $9.14; March, $9.00; May, BOND CLOSE. NKW YORK, Sept. 22. Liberty bonus closed: 3s, 90.26; first 4s, 85.62; second is 85.56: first 4V4s, 88.82; second. 4 85 78- third 4s, 88.86; fourth 4s, 85 90; Victory 3'rs,l95.50; Victory 4s, 95.64. EARLY'S 5vi ROUND THE TICKER ' Cotton. . New York. Uveroool and hedge sell- liuf on opening; traders bought yes terday on storm; they think It has gone northeat Hubbard to Reese. New York. Ford has made a heavy reduction in his prices, which will call ior similar action by all other auto mobile manufacturers. Goods demand Is reported slackening In this country. Foreign eachana-es arA heavv with bills freely offered. The stock market In a reactionary frame of mind. General commodity markets with a downward trend. Fallon to Shepard & Gluck. New Orleans. New- York wires: Bankers are predicting Improvement tn foreign exchanges. The market la in clined to sag because there Is no evi dence that the storm has done any par ticular damage although the completed weather map may be very unfavorable. Again traders do not like the English situation. Shepard & Gluck. v New Orleans. T,lvrTwil eahlea coal strike prospects becoming more gloomy. Cotton strike likely to spread further. No Drosoecta immedlata aettlement Is affected districts. Beer to McFall. Nfcw ' Orleans. Latest ndvicea from weather bureau say that the hurricane taken on this (break last night and this morning. Wild to B. ft U. Minneapolis reports Armour a large seller of oats In Minneapolis. New York wires: Twenty loads old corn worked for October shipment and many inquiries here for new corn Deo.. (.Jan. shipment. Exports - .are after rolled oats. Chicago. There are reports from the F.aat that 100 loads of wheat have been worked !a the gulf. Chicago. Big trade In wheat. Very actlw. One house that may act for Rolland at times bought around a mil lion futures: Bartlett-Frasler and Sim mons Day liberal buyers. Wild to 8. & a- . Chicago. The action- of September corn Is apparently accepted as a warn ing by tne local trade ana the outswe. lue market has absorbed liberal -sell ing of December by one large com mission house and shows rather strong undertone. Babcock to Clark as Co. Stocks. New York. Foreign' news Is a bit disturbing, British coal minors threaten to tie up every mine In the kingdom. The Italian labor situation takes an un. favorable turn. What effect Ford s cul In prices will have on tbe auto indus try remains td" be seen. There is cer tainly nothing lust now to encourage the purchase of motor stocks or any securities kindred to the Industry. One may, however, keep long of railroads. andTKitroieum snares. Mem Chicago. There Is no such thing as a bull now and there is very little rea son to be one. An oversold condition or farmers not being satisfied with 80 cent oorn on the farm could easily change the situation and at least cause shorts to coyer. O'Brien to McFall. Weekly weather report for grain bein uenerally warm, dry weather which prevailed in all central and most south ern districts was very favorable for uie maturing and harvesting of crops. H0. frost occurred IH the Northwest ana me central Rocky Mountain states but the damage was not serious. Soil moisture, was mostly sufficient except in a few North Central and Western districts. ThR nrnwratlnn nf din anil for the seeding of winter wheat made good progress In the principal grain producing areas excepting in a few dry localities and .early seeding grains ger minated quickly. The week was very lavoraoie ior tne maturing of corn and the bulk of the crop is'now safe in Nebraska, and about one half safe In Iowa while' most of Wisconsin and Michigan croDS will be saf hv Sentem- ber 80. Stock continues in satisfactory condition while pastures and ' ranges are iioiumK wen in most sections. Chicago. It is claimed that the big ena 01 export wneat reported yold yes terday was Manitobas. Message from New York reports sales of 160.000 hush- els corn fot. export. Rosenbaura Grain Chicago. Old corn Bold at n Central Illinois point yesterday at $1 per bushel and was offered for sale freely at that ugure- aunougn aays ago tne farm ers were offered $1.65 and refused to part witn tneir grains. T. &- M. Chicago. The reason we are getting large receipts of corn is on account price being $1.25 per bushel. After Sen tember is out of the way they will drop 011 to very smau amounts. o. C. & Co. Chicago. There Has been over five million corn sold in - this market. The market has taken it well. . Chicago. Talking 6,000,000 wheat . P0BTSM0UTH COPS. RICHMOND.. Va.. Rent. 22. forts- glnla leagu postseason series by f'i score or ft to 8, ana toon tne pennanx to the Trucker city. Two pitchers ws-JT used by both sides, but ths mlgAiV, 'ost of Portsmouth used not only his - arm but his bat to win for his team. Plnen hitters In the ninth for Wlch-, mond failed, to come through. Holmes tarred for Richmond behind the nat and made two hits, one alouble. ' ccore . , h.iixj. Richmond '-. . .L . . .00 120 000 J 1,1' Portsmouth .-..J....010 021 0108 10 1 Harris. Schuli and Holmes: Mangum. Post and Greene. rw. Xf .1. 1. J coDDer dlminTaw iT;.rn.Jiru",'" ",,u " """TVrices mOst borne down, according to Grain. Chicago. Bears say Central West must consume corn at home and hogs will rise to 300 pounds. Wild. Chicago. Price Current aavs:- Corn crop needs practically all of the month 01 oepiemoer for maturing .under fav orable weather conditions. A large part of the crop will be out of the wav of 'rost by Sept. 25. y Forecast all states: Showers tonight and Thursday; not much change in tem peratures. ' . 7 Chicago. TJauldation 'and hedetnar sales in wheat. One Eastern house was early fcuxer but has withdrawn. General commission selling In corn and oats, looks like liquidation, support very poor, larger shorts Inclined to cover in corn, but estimated receints are too heavy for any Important reaction. Bab- cock to Clark & Co. 1 maliy authorities. Hensly to 8. & G. New .York. In London wool suffered a sharp decline, in America grain de clined and Ford cars declined. It may be argued that there is no particular relationship between all these, but there are. We are moving away from war's abnormalities and the sooner each in dustry is adapted to the new order of things the better It wiu ne. 'inis very fine point Is.lnvolved In the present po sition of steel. It may be a very fine plan to keep up the price or products in order that labor shall receive war-time wages, but it will not worK; tne people will not buy, and therefore fhe price must decline. Bttelson to Chirk & Co. New York. President of large in dependent steel company says: "I am firmly convinced there will be no cut in steel prices below level set by United Steel corporation, . TRUSTEE'S SALE. V; By virtue nt a certain 'deed of trust dated June !0, 1916, executed by Rich ard Lawrence and Mary Lawrence, his wife, and recorded In book 17, page 443, in the register's office of Shslby . county, Tennessee, to the Undersigned trustee, default having been "mane, t iu, at tne Request 01 tne oeneiiciary, 1 Thursday: October 14. 1920. at the southwest corner of the Shelby' county courthouse, at the Adams ave nue entrance thereof. In Memphis, Shel- ' by county, Tennessee, within legal hours, between 12 o'clock noon and 1 o'clock p.m.. sell at puMIc outcry to the highest bidder for cash, the following real estate, to-wit: ' Being lots numbers' sixty-one (81). sixty-two (62), sixty-three (63) snd slxj ty-four (64). In block number three (fi, of E. E. Meacham's "Trigg Avenue Place" subdivision. - A plat of said sub division being duly recorded in plat book , page- bo. in tne register s office oi Shelby county, Tennessee. Equity of redemption and homestead waived in the trust deed; title believed to be good, but I will sell and convey as trustee only.s , M. L. meacham. Trustee. DOmJONES SUMMARY. NEW YORK. Sent. 22. British min ers spurn government's offer to settle threatened general .. coal strike and wnlkmit HcheriuleiL. for next Monday, New York asittSmbly for second time expels three bf'tne live socialist mein hni. -either two rftstB'n.. Corn futures in Kansas City exchange closed under $1 Tuesday for tlrst time since 19A7. due to continued favorable wwithiirf , National Ttank of Commerce says gen eral banking situation has improved substantially in last few weeks, despite high loans and no backing; up In credit conditions. Ford, in announcing cut In prices, said general reductions only way yaw materials can he forced on market and nrewar conditions brought about. No .04tiotfnn wares at Ford plant. Antomnblle manufacturers in Detroit decline to comment on reduction In price of Ford cars. Car manufacturers in Lansing Intimate no reason to fol low precedent set by Ford. Twenty Industrials 7.4. off .32. Twenty rails 80.11, off .08. , COTTONSEEDOIL. V NEW YORK, Sept. 22 Closing prices Cash .. .. January . February March ... April . . i . September October . . November December Today. 13.70b 13.5413.66 13.58(3)13.65 13.6413.65 13.65(&)13.80 13.76b 13.7713.80 13.68(ai3.60 13.6213.57 Prev Sales 10,800; tone steady. BANK CLEARINGS. 13.6113.65 13.6613.74 13.7213.75 13.7513.85 13.8013.90 13.9213.93 13.6013.68 13.60 13.62 r win-Lea therman Cotton Co. (32 FALLS BUILDING ' Memphis, Tenn. Liberal Advances on Con glpnments "WW LARGEST COTTON PICKERY IN THE WHOLE WORLD M'CALLUM & ROBINSON BUYERS OF IRREGULAR COTTON Phone W. 312. P. O. Box 183. Memphis. MANUFACTURED BV iEARLY-STRATTOH COM trMrMDUie Ttrvimj- SVi iwi. liikJs 11.1113 . 'asiii Jj Makes More Pork Per Pound of Feed in Double QuickTime Made of pure fat-producing concen trates correctly balanced. EARLY'S QUICK-FAT fed HOGS are known far and wide as the HAPPIEST, HEFTIEST, HEALTHIEST HOGS on the market. j Wednesday, Sept'ZJ Thus far this week . Previous week Soma time in 1919 ... Same time In 1918 Clearances. ,8 2,086.895.39 . 9.268492.01 . 7,695,816.04 . 9,497,735.80 . 10.129,221.93 Read News Scimitar Wants W. A. Gage & Co. COTTON FACTORS 7th Floor Falls Building, Memphis, Tenn. Tunica Cotton Co. COTTON FACTORS 78 Union Ave. Memphis. W. H. HOUSTON, Pres. J. L. HARRIS. Vlce-Pres. B. M. SHEPARD. Sec.-Treaa. J PERCY CHRISTIAN . Q. E. PIMM CHRISTIAN, PIMM & CO." j COTTON FACTORS I Sixth Floor McCall Building Memphis, Tenn. GRAY & NALL COTTON FACTORS Correspondence Solicited. 64 S. Front St., Memphis. Today January 8 07i 8 08 Murch Mav luly i l, tnlir . . Xovenibrr licremher Read News 8 44 !l 8 46 ... 8 68',l8 70 ... S 841 8 86 . . . 7 .60 'rt 7 55 . . . 7.65'if 7. in ... 8:r7. :'ii .. Scimitar 8 38ff8.40 8.7S S.77 9 02'l 04 9 I9W9 2'i 7.87 7.88 8 i'l"8 us .2'l 22 Wants. To get the most out of a hog and in the quickest time, feed him , Early's Quick-Fat McCRAW, PERKINS & WEBBER CO. COTTON FACTORS " 510-52022 FAiiLS BUDG. MEMPHIS, TENN. DiLLARD & COFFIN CO. COTTON FACTORS 718 FALLS BUILDING, MEMPHIS CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. R. B. Nehbut Cotton Co. COTTON FACTORS 110 South Front St. Phone Main 2200. Memphis, Tenn, nenwetner - tiranam - Oliver Co. COTTON FACTORS (Meinbert of Memphl. Cotton Exchange LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS 7 Mi-iMQnr ivc ' MEMPHIS Dockery & Donelson Co. COTTON FACTORS , A 48 South front Street Memphis, Tennessee IV. C. KNIGHT & CO. COTTON FACTORS ' Staples and Bender Cotton a Specialty. 22 South Front St. - Memphis, Tenn. TRUSTEE'S SALE. X Default having; been made In the na' ment of the debts and obllKatlons ae cured' to be paid In a certain deed of trust, executed the 8th day of. Sep tember, 1916, by B. C. McMahon and wife, Mrs. Ethel Gavin McMahon, to the undersigned as trustee, as same anDears of record in the office of the register of Shelby county, Tenn., In book, 49, page and tne owner oi tne debt se cured having requested the undersigned to advertise and sell the property se cured by Bald deed of trust, this 1. to give notice that we will, on KUINJJAr.UUT. 18, ITOO, Commencing at 12 o'clock, noon, at the southwest corner of the courthouse, Memphis. Shelby county. Tenn.. and at the Adams avenue entrance thereof. proceed to sell -at public outcry to the highest and best bidder lor cash, the following described property, to-wlt: situated in sneipy county, Tenn., as follows: An undivided one-trlrd Interest in those two certain lots or parcels of lands known as lots two (2) and three (3) of a subdivision of lot seven (7), in block No. forty-five (45), South Mem phis. . . Lot two (2), beginning In the west line, of South Third street, formerly Hernando street three hundred and ninety-eight (308) feet south of south' line of Beale avenue, running thence west with north line of the lot as signed to Mrs. F. H. Hlnes, one hun dred, seventy-six and one-half (176',4) feet to a stake, tlfence north thirty-on and forty-two hundredths (31.42) feet to a stake one hundred, seventy-two And eighty-two hundredth (172.88) feet west or the west line oi South Third street; thence east one hundred, seventy-two and eighty- two hundredths (172.82) feet to tne west line nf South Third street, the southeast comer of lot No. three (3); thence south with west line of South Third street to the point of beginning. Lot three (3) begins at the northeast corner of the lot above described, runs thence west with north line of lot two (2) one hundred, seventy-two ana eighty-four hundredths (172J84) feet to a stake: the northwest corner of lot two (2: thence north two ana eignty- seven-hundredths (2.87) feet to a stake at northeast corner of the Callahan house; thence-north twenty-three (23) degrees east, parallel with Kayburn boulevard, formerly Causey street, thirty-one and twenty-nunareatm fftl.20) feet to southwest corner of lot old to Mrs. Parker by Mrs. S. A. Mur rah; thence east with south line of said Parker lot one hundred sixty (160) feet r a point In the west line of South Tnird street; meno auutii my ly-mmw (83) feet to point or Deginning; mis oe in ir tUa nnmn nronertv conveyed on Dec. 1, 1883, to John Gavin, father of the said Mrs. Ethel Gavin McMahon, by Rririn-afnrth X, Ruchanan. and bv deed recorded In book 151. page No. 190, reg ister's office, said Shelby county. Tenn. Y All right and equity of redemption, homestead and -dower waivea in bhiu deed of trust, and the title is believed to be good, but we, will sell and convey only as trustee, BANK OF COMMENCE & TRUST CO., By S. J. SHEPHERD, Trust Officer. This Sept. 19, 1929. McKellar. Kyser & Allen. Attorneys. LOST. AND FOUND. . L'Tu a v UM ki7Vin mv nlfli'A Ht Mul- . . m i .. a rrhnHiilav nltrVir tun mis, Aeiin., mai huou.t , small home mules; one black and one bay. Notify W. U. stncKiann. v. Raleigh. Tnn.. tt- r. 1 , 1L.n ,-vu urpu a VWn Pnlntor fmiialt' rtnu" whim with black marklnpa on neaa ana earn. m - n turned to Ray Dunscomo, eaa jukkdh a vuniiA Kb or Court, between Madison .and Fourth street, one ser iais v1-,1 332 Court and receive reward. Henry TOST Jackson avenue car, Saturday W afternoon, Black leainer ntt"ui m taintng two small purses. Money ana p..rH B36 N. Dunlap. M. 466. , ...... ..,.11 Kunh nf Ireva with Travelers' Protective association inffentirication uj muura. ease pnone wai. -zr---iz, 5.-" -j wM4a tneniiim 7.f. tointer dog, named Jake. Ucense o 6 Reward Return to.1498 Goodbar, ark H. Brown. . - ' 1t"".7V. . anil PDA. LOST Between umwn body on the Peabody street car bun of keys, newaru w in.o.. - bert. ... ' r anrdeTbook" W. AV Halsted. Phone M. 395. Kewaro Tr-7.7 STTn nnlnr. wfth halter.' Reward offered. Tel. II. 644 Y.OST Diamond bar pin. M. im. AUTOMOBILES. " AUTOS FOR SALE. 1918 FORD touring. A-l ""id'- tlon. oversive uito tinn Bft able rims 8400.00 1918 Ford touring, newly painted, mechanically periept v.w Ford roadster, small box on back fqr hauling ... Chevrolet touring, A-l condition, newly painiea, guou J50 00 Godlove-Pryo'r Motor! ' Cqrp. 212 S. Pauline. Hem. 1281 Ail Makes of Cars Sold On Easy Payments. We onlv handle cars In good con dition. Buy vour car from a re.pon.l bl. dealer. We trad oars. CHISCA (LtARAGE 811 South Main St ' -Allen Parts "or AU Models. Warden Motor Sales Co. Distributors for Allen Motor Car.. ' i n 1 - .-. .... . - . . 1911 ONE-HALF TON Vim truck.Fi Used six month.. Good as new. MustJ eil. Make me an offer. 888 .Jacksonr' Ave. , Jm lb vrn raT.it Tin V.-AQ Ruick.' 7-Daa nw tnn n.-k' minted, ffoori tire., 8800. Matt L. Monaghan, Main -J. 'tKlt.'residonre H. 1007- Antn ftrtM lit hnlf nrlne. CUCIt'T ATTTr THHT9 c.n. n4-3f .)efferon. Phone Main 1018 Lr KOROS, n and second-hand al ways on hand Toney Currotto, Us Mnill"n M J30. ""FOR SALE Fowl truck, worth flM Bonl Co., 717 N. tfroni L M. t4il.