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Tuesday Evening, April 27, 1937 LOGANSPORT PHAROS-TRIBUNE PAGE THIRTEEN in. tte CLASSIFIEDS; Jtttuf thnti 1 WHEN IT'S A QUESTION Of Getting the best for the least money . . . USE THE WANT-ADS! 2 ins., min 50c * 2 ins., 5c per word 3 ins., min 60c * 3 ins., 6c per word ,,, 42 FOR QUICK RESULTS I 142 1. Church Dinners SWISS STEAK DINNER 35c Wednesday, April 28, 5 to 7 Ninth Street Christian Church 2. Card of Thanks WE WISH to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness during the illness and death of our beloved son and brother. .MR. and MRS. E. D. LISTON and FAMILY. 26. Repairs, Refinishinq WELDING -- FARM MACHINERY motor block, automobiles. John Meyer. 518 N o r l h . 32. General Services EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING . Sale Fine Watches J. W. HINEH. Over Woolworth'a 5. Florists PANSY PLANTS. 25c doz. Plant now for summer blooming Pleasant HJ11 Greenhouse. Phone 242. CUT FLOWERS and plants' of all kinds. Funeral Work EDGERLY FLORAL SHOP ' 85 Eighth Street 7. Personals t)K. MAXWELL'S HOUSE T K L E P H p y K .--^ 10. Lost and Found LOST--White gold ring set with diamond and two chip diamonds. Reward. Phone 1S9-Y. LOST--Downtown Saturday afternoon, man's pocketbook.' Return to PHAROS-TRIBUNE and receive reward. STRAYED -- Female Pekingese wearing red collar. If found please call 2209-KX. 11. Automobiles for Sole FOR RUG CLEA.NLN'G Call HARRY PROCTER 18S1-Y PIA.NO TUNING Call L. PI Reinhardt. 410 Hanna St WANTED -- Wallpaper cleaning Phone REID. 1203-L. For your spring cleaning. CALL 113. The AMERICAN WINDOW HOUSE CLEANING CO. Prices to s u i t your purse. 33. Help Wanted female WOMAN. 25-40, general housework good cook. Three in family. Cottage at Maxinkuc-.kee. Write Box 20fi. PHAROS-TRIBUNE. WANTED--Girl for housework. Go home nights. Box 212, PHAROS- TRIBUNE. WANTED--An experienced operator. Apply Weclekind's Beauty S a l n n . WANTED--Girl for general housework. 515 W. M i a m i A v e n u e . 34. Help Wonted, male '36 Chrysler Tr. Sedan. Bargain. HE.NT.UC1KBOX MOTOR SALES 515 E. Broadway-- Phone 70 FOR SALE -- 1929 Pontiac coach. Will trade. 927 W. Miami avenue. '29 MODEL A COACH ....... $100 '29 MODEL A COUPE ........ 100 '2S WHIPPET ............... 40 '58 CHRYSLER SEDAN . . . . . 45 "Trade With Charlie" 612_H i gh_St. _ Phone_2061 1935 FORD V-8 pickup truck for ABLE MAN to d i s t r i b u t e samples, h a n d l e coffee route. Up to $45 first week. Automobile given as bonus. W r i t e Albert Mills, 1029 M o n m o u t h . C i n c i n n a t i . Ohio. 35. Help-male female WANTED--Middle aged l a d y or married couple for c o m p a n i o n s h i p in exchange for good home. Box 20.? PHAROS-TRIBtTNE. 36. Salesmen, Agents 12. Repairs, Services NOW WRECKING 1929 Model A. 1929 Chevrolet AUTO SALVAGE COMPANY · 525 S. Third _ Phone 597-K ·REALGAS save on every drive. Heyde's Realgas Service, 6th and High. Open all n i g h t . 20. Beauty Parlors G U A R A N T E E D CROQU1GNOLES. $1.50 up. Sb years' experience. ! M A U D E ROADIFER, 613 Race. . ""hone 2401-K. 21 a Radio Electric ELECTRIC SERVICE CALLS Qu;ckly and Efficiently Answered. -. VESH ELECTRIC CO. Inc. Phone 177. 52'.. E. B r o a d w a y 23b. Taxicabs CHECKER CAB Phone 540 -- Taxi 15c Home Cooked Dinners. 25c 24. Moving, Trucking Carr Cartage Co. TRANSFER and STORAGE - IS Water Street Phone 53 WANTED ATONC Two Experienced Refrigerator Salesmen Apply Manager MONTGOMERY WARD CO. POULTRY--Dressed and delivered. Fresh eggs. A. B. DUNN, phone 900. * 48. Musical Instruments SMALL MAHOGANY used grand piano, $183. This is a buy. Gene E. Strange Music House, 718 E. Broadway, Phone 2121. 37. Situations Wanted SINGLE MAN w a n t s f a r m work by (lay. OLIVER SHERMAN, Route Four. 40. Business Courses Proper t r a i n i n g makes opportunities possible. Enter next Monday LOGANSPORT BUSINESS COLLEGE. 44. Good Things To Eat GOOD Potatoes for sale. GEORGE KLUMP. Deer Creek. Classified DispJay Classified Display Extraordinary Land Auction OLD MYERS HOMESTEAD, Located two miles west of Lake Cicott, on road 24, one and one half miles south, turn east first house, on THURSDAY, APRIL 29th, 1937, 1:30 F. M. 143 acres, more or less, of good black and sandy loam soil in good state of fertility, fairly well fenced, level, tile drained, well improved, with good seven room residence on foundation, good well, hog house, poultry house, double crib and granary, 32 by 46, barn 46 by 48. Nice lawn and shade .trees, about 10 acres in timber. Inspection invited any time. TERMS-- $1,000.00 cash, mortgage of about $1,400.00 to be · assumed. Balance cash on or before 29th day of June, 1937. *t once, subject to present tenancy. , ALVAH L. MYERS, Owner R. L. Hawkins Auction Co., Galveston, Ind. Real Estate Auctioneers Strecker Brown Realty Co. 322Vi Broadway -- Logansport -- Phone 1740-K PIANOS TO BE SACRIFICED Concern financing piano paper have 2 grands and 1 studio upright which will be in Logansport on or about May 1 and will be offered for sale at sacrifice prices. Dealers particularly invited to make offer. For all p a r t i c u l a r s address, immediately; H. E. RAINES, 120 Bast Ohio St.. Indianapolis. Ind. FOR SALE CHEAP--Kranich and Bach piano. Excellent condition Phone 1R10. 50. Wearing Appare! 0' Particularly Great V a l u e THE BROCKTONIAN SHOE $3.95 BAU.ETS 50o Household Goods LOWEST CASH PRICE--Used fur- n i t u r e and stoves. 209 SUth First door north of Eagles. THE NEW 1937 Model Shehrador Refrigerators. A. E. CONRAD __CO.. 50Q_North. Phone 576. SELL u n u s e d f u r n i t u r e of any kind thru this column. GOOD USED RADIOS Sparton console, $15; Airline console, $10; RCA console, $12; 12- tube Silvertone, all wave, $29, console model. DON WATSON RADIO SHOP . 223 Sixth P h o n e K142-K ANTIQUE bed for sale. Good spring and matti-pss. 1114 High. FOR SALE--Chambers gas stove, davenport, w a l n u t bedroom suite complete, a n o t h e r w a l n u t bed with spring and mattress. P h o n e S3-Y. DINETTE TABLE and cb.iirs. kitchen cabinet, gas range, refrigerator, other f u r n i t u r e . 616 East Market. 51. Misc. For Sale P A i x T : SEK SCHBATJEK Jlnke -This Your Point Headquarters 1'iiints for Every Xeed I'hone 374 -- Btli Bdwy SNAPPY WATERLESS CLEANER. 5 Ib can, 39c. LOGANSPORT PAINT WALLPAPER STORE _ Phone 452. MCSSELMAiN VENETIAN BLIND CO. Phone 3S1-K 416 3. Third St. CONCRETE GRAVEL FOR SALE O'Leary Pit. Delaware Road. New loader installed. Gravel delivered on job at popular prices. Phone M31-B5. Also sold fish for sale. FOR SALE--Two-wheel t r a i l e r , excellent condition. 718 North Pearl. 52. Wanted To Buy WANTED TO BUY Small acreage close to Logansport. with improvements. Reasonable. Call or write 1116 Erie Avenue. 57. Apartments HEATED, apft-ient for rent. Close _in. Phone 92S-K. 7 ROOM APARTMENT for rent. Second floor. 927 Market street Phone SI 2. Livestock, .Gtmn Produce, Trttit Closing Market Quotations Leading New York Prices TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY--By Boer U S E D CA "I saw your used car ad In the.PHAKOS-TIUBUMj. IVImt kind of nn allowance will you make on mine?" SS.Houses for Rent CARROLLTON HATCHERY Thousands Off Every Friday MODERN HOUSE for rent a f t e r T h e lability was never .better. May 10. 503 Dlzardie street. P r i v - j p " ce ran £ e £ r o m * 5 to ? 7 - 4 5 P 5r ilege to inspect immediately. 1 10 °- Started chicks reasonably Phone 2SOO-K. · I Priced. Flora phone acd rural route SIX ROOM semi-modern cottage for rent. Furnace, large basement. I n q u i r e Home Restaurant, 221 Sixth. 62. Houses For Sale FIVE ROOMS--Semi-modern house Paved street. $S50. Phone 95S-Y. . Hogs, Horses, Cattle FOR SALE--Milk cows at private sale each Thursday and Friday. 50 head to select from. SPITLBR SON, Flora. Ind. 68. Mach. Produce FOR SALE--6-room house ill Rochester. Small payment down, balance like rent. Box 214. PHAROS-TRIBUNE. 65. Wanted RealEstate WANTED TO BUY--6 Roo'm Modern house. Phone 2195-K. 65a Poultry fr Supplies EACH WEDNESDAY Day Olds B. W. Rocks and Leghorns--$7 to J7.50 Good Started Chicks Musselman Hatchery 416 S. Third Phone 321-K POULTRY WANTED Yeater Poultry Market 120 S. Fifth Phono 19B5 100 WHITE PEKIN DUCKLINGS For Sale Each Week ROYAL CENTRE HATCHERY Hunter's 'Chief Logan' Baby Chicks Hatch Tuesday and Friday . "Safe Way" Feeds. Jamesway Brooders and Supplies We Continue Our Dependable, Complete Service at SIXTH NORTH -- Phone SS4 HUNTER'S REID'S YELLOW DENT seed corn. Early Held selected. Rack and . fire dried. 95% germination. Ear .. or shelled, $3 per bu. 5 miles east Montlcello. G. A. WILLIAMS. HORSES AND MULES, 10-20 trac» tors, row crop tractors, Fordson ?36. Lot of good used m a c h l n e r v . RALPH YANTIS, 8 miles north on 25, % mile west. Phoc M4-B3 or 571. ONE 1936 % ton International panel t r u c k ; one 1936 long wheet base International truck; one 1936 short wheel base I'/i tori Chevrolet t r u c k ; one 1935 long wheel base Chevrolet truck. McCORMICK-DEERING STORE. FOR SALS--Two-row corn plow. WILMER DOWNHAM, Southeast Clymers. Toledo Grain In elevators, transit billing:: Wheat: No. 2 red ?1.35M:-1.3"Mi. Cora: No. 2 yellow $1.2SV2-1.29£. No. 3 yellow $1.26-1.28 V4. Oats: No. 1 white.66V4-5Sye; No- 2 white 55i4-58c. Produce: Butter: extra 1 Ib. prints 35%c. Eggs: extras 19V 2 -20c. Chicago Cash Grain Wheat: No. 1 red $1.34.yi. Corn: No. 2 mixed Jl.S'lVi; 3 mixed ?1.33;- 3 yellow $ I.:i3-1.342 I yellow $1.32-1.33; 3 -while .$1.331.33=4; sample $1.27. Oats: No. 1 wake 56c; 2 white 64,y 2 c-55y 2 c; 3 white 54K-54%c; 4 white 52c. Barley: feed 7 3 - 8 7 c ; m a l t i n g $11.30. Timothy seed: $4.25-4.60. Clover seed: $27.00-33.00. Soy heans: 3 yellow $1.69%: 4 white $1.68. Cash provisions: lard $11.52 B; loose $10.95; leal $10.87 N; bellies $16.12 N. , Chicago Board of Trade Open High Low Close Wheat: May 126% 12gy 2 126Vi 128% July 115V4 117% 115% 117 Sept 113% 114% 113% 114.% Corn: May new May old July new July old Sept new 107% 109% 107% 309% 124% 127% 124Vi 127'* 124'i 125 124V- 125 114% 117% 114% IVfVi 114% 109V4 114Vi Oats: May 48 49% 4 7 % 49% J u l y 43% 45 43% 44% Sept 40% 40% 40H 40% Rye: May 106 108 105% JOS J u l y 98% 100V4 98% 300% Sep't 92% 93% 92% 93% Barley: May 56% Soybeans: May 170% 171% 170»i 171% July 168 169 188 169 Lard: May 1140 1157 1140 1157 July 1167 11S7 1167 11S7 Sept 1200 1220 1200 1217 Logansport Grain CFric..T« nubjeci to change' «t clone of market) Wheat ..$1.20 Oats .50 New corn 1.72 Rye 1.00 Softball League Managers to Meet The Soft Ball league of Logansport will convene at 7:30 p. m . Wednesday in the assembly room of the city building. Ross Morris, league president, has announced. All managers of teams in both leagues are requested to attend. 69. Farms Acreage FOR SALE--10 acres with buildings. 2 miles south on Burlington Pike. See J. J. McCORMICK, 200 W h e a t l a n d . ACRES--Good land, good buildings. E l e c t r i c i t y , fine location. P h o n e MS-Y. GOOD 5 ROOM house, g.-irage, henhouse, 1 acre, Deer Creek Twp. MRS. ETTA SHANKS. Burrows. TWO ROOMS and kitchenette. Everything: furnished. No children. Phone 2094. 3 ROOM furnished apartment. Private bath, private e n t r a n c e . Electric refrigeration. 1220 K. Broadway. ATTRACTIVE 4-room duplex with garage--$25.00. 1134 High. Phone 1339-K. MODERN Duplex for rent. 2303 North street. Phone 2300-K. REDUCTION ' On day olds and Started Chicks Day olds eath Wed. afternoon or Thursday forenoon. Heavy $7.45 per 100; $7.25--500; $7.00--1,000. White and Brown Leghorns $6.95! per 100; $6.75--500; $6.50--1,000.1 Heavy mixed $6.95. THOUSANDS! of choice Started Chicks 1 to 6 wks j reduced. Take advantage while i they last. 200 Barred pullets 27c Ib. Bring coops. Open every day anil' evening. MOOS'IER HATCHERY Michigantown. Ind. IMPROVED FARMS For Sale -Minimum d o w n payment 15%. Balance on ten year contract, with interest at 2% for two years and averaging 4.1% over ten years. Possession subject to tenant's lease .which expires March 1, 1938. L. E. THORNE, Law Building. Montlcello, Ind. NOTICE As a continued service tr the community, we are selling Custom Hatch Space for Turkey. Goose. Duck and Hen eggs. Our JAMESWAY ELECTRIC INCUBATOR with separate hatcher Is installed, as always, in a room of its own and lends itself to this type of work Phone S84 and reserve space ahead HUNTER'S Corner Sixth and North Sts. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY CITY WASH RACK SPECIAL TODAY Car Washed and Flushed . 65c Simonizing A Specialty WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER 216 E. Broadway Phone 409-K BEAR BENNETT'S TAXI 160 ACRE FARM With attractive set of buildings 7 room house, barn, chicken house, corn crib, and smoke house. 15 miles northwest o[ Logansport. 140 acres level, 20 acres gently rolling. Must s;ll for cash. Write K. H. _ K n o w l t o n . Freeport. Illinois. 70, Auctions BUY and SELL Every FRIDAY Through LOGANSPORT LIVESTOCK SALE H. A. ZIMMERMAN--Phone 2443 FARM General Anctlnneera HARRY BRIDGE ROYAL CENTRE--PHONE 4S4 L F. CRUME Live Stock,, Rea: Estate and General Auctioneering BURLINGTON. IND. FRANK KIVETT Live Stock, Real Estate. K u r n i t u r « and General Auctioneering. LOGANSPORT -- PHONE 2039 R. L HAWKINS Real Estate Specialist A u c t i o n e e r GALVESTON. INDIANA ORVILLE THOMPSON General A u c t i o n e e r Y O I I D S A m e r i c a -- P h Deer Crtefc John Forgey Elected Head of Noble Group Noble township boys, who will b p In charge of James Archibald and Don Tilton as leaders this year in 4-H club work, have selected John Forgey president; William Davidson, vice-president; Ed Mp- Kajg, secretary-treasurer. a n d Cla.ir p Ide, recreitio n leader and reporter. Tlio group will meet the t h i r d Monday night each month, the next session being scheduled for May 17. Other members of the club are Wanda Sampson, Everett Wade, Richard Dilling. Francis Goltry, Robert Lee Daw-son. Carroll Ide, feenneth Norwood, Owen Oldham. Allen McKaig. Roger Ide, Donald Heckard. Marion H. Norwood, Carlton Cory and Glen Norwood. Dale Beck Again Heads Young America Alumni YOUNG AMERICA, Ind., April 27--At the annual alumni association meeting of the local high school Dale Beck was re-elected president, Mrs. Ethel Hubler McCloskey. vice-president, and Grace Ina Sprinkle, secretary-treasurer.. One hundred persons 'attended th.,i meeting and heard a talk by Rev. Ernest Gilbert, an alumnus of the school, who is chaplain of the Ohio .state reformatory, ... Rev. Gilbert was secured through the efforts of Mrs. McCloskey. a classmate.. Miss Elma Hausenfluck was in charge of the program committee. Crown Point Hearing Scheduled for May 3 INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., April 27-(UP)--C. R. Benjamin, state tax board commissioner, said today he will conduct a public hearing In the Lake county courthouse at Crown Point May 3 on application of tha county council for an $87,420 additional appropriation. Benjamin said there were jSeveral items in the application which he questioned including one fur $6,075 to pay assistants and deputtps In the prosecutor's office, which wtn i; i not advertised. N. T. STOCK EXCHANGE Air Redn - . . 74% Allegheny 4% Al Chem -. 233 Allls Chat es% Am Can 100% Am Com Al 25% Am and.Fgn Pwr 9% Am Loco 451^ Am Had ....". 22% Am Smelt 85 Am Sugar 47% A T T 164% Am Tob B si Anaconda 52"/ 8 Atchison .. S3 A u b u r n 29 Avia Corpn ; 7% Baldwin Loco 7% B and 0 3 4 ' Barnsdall 29% Bendix 2104 Bethlehem Steel 87 Bordens 24% Bucyrus is Burroughs 28% Can Pac 13 Case : 155 Caterpillar SS% Celan 3534 Celotex 40 Cerro GS% Certainteed i7.v C G W o% c M stp ...:.; 2% C M Stp Pfd 5% C N W 4 % Chrysler 114 Coca Cola 153V' Colo Fuel 38% Col Gas 13 % Com Solv 15% Cons Ed 38% Cons Oil 16 Cont Can \ :... 5317, Cont Oil Del «vi Corn Prod . .\ 59 % Crucible 64 Curtlss Wright 6% Deere 127% Douglas Air 57 Du Pont 153 Eastman 155 Cass Farmers Donate Seed H«spnnsc Is Terr Liberal, Oscar Honilmrg of Fnrm Bnrenn Announces Cass county farmers responded splendidly to th p appeal for seed donations [or fanners of the flood- pd are B jn southern .Indiana n^d Oscar Hcmburjr. president of the. Cass count-" farm bureau, reports donation-, of forty-six sacks of see- 1 corn nnd $17.50 for the purchasi^ of «ned. Th,, corn and cash were delivered to tho Indianapolis h«adnuar- ters of the farm bureau by Mr. Hom- hurg an-i Joy Benson, chairman of tha jetferson township farm bu- rer-u. The list of those who gave seed and cssli follow; Edgar Mont^om- pry, John B. Sheets. Harvey J. O'arv. .1. R. Montgomery. D. C. H;rt, W. J. Weaver. John Murphy. Oslo B"Ck!ey. George Backus. W'lbur Elliott. WiUarrl Wlmi. Roy Herd, Gilbert English. H. M. Moore. Albert Elliott. Ella Woyant. C. M. Shide'.er, John Bradfield, B. F. Harppr. Charles Dotlds. Ernest Homburg, Oscar Hamburg. H-r--' D-5itrich, George Banta. Howard Buchanan. James Ide. Dr. J. J. Stanton. Ban Wolfe. Joseph Kroe". ter, Jesse Greer. Charles dine, Ttoy Kurtz. Z. Barker. H. L. Rood. Truman P'usser, 0. A. Small. Hen'-'y Preiser. \Valter House, Glen Gar. rett. D a v i d B a h b and son ( Charles somsel. Eugene Garrett, j. warren Wilson. Jesse Martin. Joseph Martin. Noah and Grover Bess. Eddie Small. Otto Wrrdon. I-slie Hpusenfluck, Dav:d R-'dencui-. Floyd Klrknatrlck. F'cyd Wilscn. L-e Pitars, Clyde Williamson. Claude B3c'.c and Roy Frye. El Auto L El P and L Erie . ., Firestone .. Gen Baking 3G% 20 18% 34% 13 Gen Elec 5234 Gen Foods .· 40% Gen Motors ". 67% Gen Refact GO % Gillette 16 Goodrich 44 Goodyear 42 G N Pfd 50% Houston " . . . '1^ % Hudson 19 y, 1 C % 31 Ind Ray 43% Inland 11314 Insp Cop 23% Int Harv 105% Int Nick 59 I T T 69 Johns Man 12S Kenne 54% Keystone Steel is Kresge 24% Kroger 22V.1 Lambert 20 s ! L and M B S7U Loews 78 Lorril 22% Mclntyre 36% McKesson.Pfd 45% Mack 51% Mid Cont 30Vi Minn Hny '...103% Mont Ward 55% Murray Corpn 14% Nash Kelv 20% Nat Bis 2G% N C R A 31 Nat Dairy 23 ',4 Nat P and L ioy s Nat Sup 95V; Nat Tea '...... 9'g N Y C 4 G % No Am 25y 2 No Am Avia 12 % N P 31% Ohio Oil 20% Otis Steel J 9 Owens 111 '...'... S6 Packard 9% Penney 96% Penn R R 43 Peo Gas '. 4S '/z Phillips Pete 5-1% Pierce Pfd 17A Pillsbury 29, Plymouth 27% Postal Tel Pfd 9% Proc- and Gamble 60H Pullman 59% Purol 20 R C A 9% R K O 8% Reo 6% Rep Steel 39% Sears 86 · Shell 28% Simmons 47% Soc Vac 18% Sou Pac : ·· 55% Sou Ry 37% Std Brands 13% SO Cal 43% SO N J · · 65% Stude 16% Swift 25',; Symington Cp 17% Texas Corp 60% Tex Gulf Sul .'.. 37'/ 2 -Tlmken 61% 20th Cent Fox 38% 20th Cent Fox pfd 46% Un Pac 143% Un Airlines 17'/ 8 Un Corp 6% Un Drug 12% Un Gas 13% Un Ind Al 37 U S Rubber 58 U S Smelt .89% U S Stl 108 U S Stl pfd .. 14,1% Walgreen 29% Warner Bros 13% W U 62 Mrs. George Palmsr of 415 East Mrtln street was dismissed Tuesday f r o m St. Joseph's hospital where she underwent an operation ..- 44% Labor Troubles Are Subsiding By United Press Tension In the critical JIalne shoe strike situation cased today ns pence effcrls moved forward. Elsewhere on the national labor front conditions also were clearing. The .Maine situation r/as regarded ns less dangerous when peace conferences (rot under way at A u b u r n with a federal conciliator aiding; weuuinctnr- ers nnd CIO representatives in an effort, to effect a truer. Trial of seven CIO organizers on riot charges was postponed. At Washington, a drive started at the annual session of the United Stales Chamher of Coin- inercc to re-write the "VVagner labor relations act. Chances for congresslonnl consideration at at this session, however, appeared slight. Strife-torn 3Ilchig-;:n -was quieter. Federal agents were checking a $2,000,000 stock of drug's in the Parks, Davis Co. plar.-t at Octroi! to determine whether slt-lovvners evicted yesterday had tampered with the valuable goods. At Suginaw a conference between United Auto mobile workers union leaders and officials of the, Baker-Perkins Co. was scheduled after a strike called in protest against alleged discharge of 30 union iiemhers. West Air · · .. West El 138 Whitae Sew Mach 5% Woolworth 50% Yellow Truck 29 i Ze_nith_JEladio ._ 34% Grain Review CHICAGO, April 27-- tUP)--Led by an advance of 4c in .May corn, the f u l l limit of the day, grain prices rallied sharply here. Upturns in foreign markets and:bullish, domestic news encouraged new speculative buying in the local pits. Wheat futures started the upward trend of the market, opening with net gains of a cent or more per bushel in response to the strength at Liverpool. Buying was not particularly heavy but little pressure was encountered as prices pushed forward. Early £aiD3 were extended to nearly two cants a. bushel by the close. Corn opened higher In sympathy with the strength In wheat and advanced swiftly later in the cession. Heavy shipping sales of the yellow cereal and the abs'ence of bookings to arrive Inspired new buying. At the close wheat was 2 to 2% cents higher. May SI.28 44; new corn was 2% to 4', cents higher, May $1.27^;'old corn was 2 to 3% cents higher. May $1.25 and oats were ?i to 1% cent higher. May 49% cents. Swift Company Leghorn hens Cocks Leghorn cocks Hens U. S. Extras, white .13 09 OS .16 .20 U. S. Extras, brown ........... 20 U. S. Standards, white ......... IS U. S. Standards, brown ........ IS U. S. Seconds .16 Lafayette Livestock Hog market steady to ]0c higher. Pigs 25c higher; 210-250 11: SllUO- 10.20; 250-325 Ib $9.85-10.00; 180210 Ib -$10.05-10.10; 160-1SO Ib ?9 90 10.00; 150-160 Ib I9.25-S.50; 130150 Ib $8.75-9.00; 100-130 Ib SS.OO- 8.50; roughs $9.50 down. Calives $10.00 d o w n ; · western lambs $12.00-12.50: clipped lambs SiO.."0 down; native lambs $11.50 clown.

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