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Ludington, Michigan
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Friday, September 22, 1939
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FRIDAY, SEPT 22,1939. THE DAILY,NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE NINE Plumbers, Carpenters A Small Ad On This Page Will Keep You Busy. Phone 21 PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Dally rate per Ifne for consecutive Inicrttons: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines $ .81 | .72 One day. 3 lines 36 .30 Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time Insertion rate; no ad taken for less than basis of three lines. Count six average words to the line. Charge ads will be received by tele- S lione, and If paid at The Dally News frice within six days from the first Insertion cash rate will be allowed. Ads ordered for three or xix days and stopped before expiration will be charged only for the number of times th< id appeared and the adjustment maue at the rale earned. Publishers rfserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Rate per line for white space ii the same as a line of copy. VISIT PENNEY'S Ready-to-Wear Department for real bargains— DRESSES REDUCED QIJc-$J.47-?|.97 Cotton, Silk, Lace. Also SPECIAL BARGAIN TABLE PENNEY'S POPEYE D. 8. Patent Office Trademark A Deserted Ship GOLD DROP PEACHES—Are now ready. Your last chance for good canning peaches. H. J. Fitch, R. 3. Ludlngton. Tel. ll-F-22. Mowers aad Mourning Good* 4 - GRAPES FOR SALE— 50c a bii. Pick them yourself, j. H. Oamertsfclder & Son. Tel. 22-F-B. CUT PI.OWKUS—And funeral work. Tel. 672. 1'rauk Nordlne, 810 E. Ludlngton Ave. Personals COUPLE WANTED—To OC- my furnished home and help share expenses. Write <>. U., Box 71, r » Dally News. NOTIrK—This store will be closed Saturday. Sept. 23. HKODY I1KOS. C;I:T VIC.OK AT ONCEJ N ,. w 0 _ strpx Tonic Tablets contain general InvlEorutors, blood "regenrratwrs." oyster elements for vim. vigor. p»i>. KI-K. $1.00 si7e. special today S3c. Call, write Sahlmark's Pharmacy. Strayed, Lusv Found 10 GRAPES FOR SALE— V/. mis. E., 1 mi. S. of Button's corner. Mrs. Emma Schwass. R. 1, Ludington. TOMATOES—25c a bu. Bring baskets and pick them yourself. K. JeudeVlne, H; ml. S., 2nd house E. of Amber corners. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 36 DRY HARD WOOD—$2.50 a cord delivered, dry poplar $1.00 a cord or $1.30 delivered. A. Kissel, 1 mi. E. of Marble school. DRY HARD WOOD—$2.00 a cord at my home, 2 cords $5.00 delivered. C. U. Jaggc-r. Tel. 5-F-12. FOR SALE—Dry Hard Wood $2.75 a cord, two cords $.1.00. Also kindling wood. Delivered. .Telephone (J70-M. VAMEArOWlMPViiopc WENTABOARD IL Nfe:i A SHIP WIT THEM1LLIOM VOU> HAV5 HEARD OF ME MV MAME \Sr dOMES AHOY WIMPV! Copt IV1V. Kins Fcahirc* Syndicate, Int. . World fiRtm reimed SCOBCHY SMITH Trademark Registered U. 8. Paten: Office It's a Treat LOST—lit-lure 11 l.iidinglon anil Carr Srltli-mrn! a white sack containing a quilt, boy's shoes and other articles. Findrr please notify Victor Miller, Branch. I 8ACCO PLANT FOOD—For better lawns and gardens. BETUKE FEED BARN. h, Phone 165-W. REASONED IIAKD WOOD—For sale; 1 cord. $2.50; 2 cords, $4.75. Delivered. Phone 308-K. Automotive ^X^^^V^X^^^^^VXV^ysfc^^yXX^^" Automobiles fur Sale 11 • ••*^^.' I III ^ \*f9— • •* I WI I *»I^ W I W \/ iMT M ft I I «J PAY THE l t AOV f 5 CHECK—NOW ]\THIS—A GAS?/ HE SAYS HE'S BROKE. TOO/ /V^. ' ..SO THIS SENT OFFERS TO I FOUND IT IN THE >/ YOU BET IT'S MINE- BACK SEAT AFTER YOU \ ANDAMI6LAOTO GOTOFF —IT'S YOURS, X SET IT/ AIN'T IT ? DICKIE DARE .Trademark Registered U. S. Paten- Office / yes—BOTH CHECKS,! I AND KEEP THE \ Sailor, Beware! Good Things to Eat 57 NEW MONEY NOW READY — Save money; bring own container. John M. A. Hansen. H nil. N. of Stiles corner. FOR SAI.n—modM-A Fords, ChevroletK, ' . Plymouth*. Used cars, $20.00 up. Bar- | CLOVER HONEY—7c a Ib. Hring con- Ion's. Kasl Ludlngton avenue. talners. 5 gal. $4.00 delivered in cotin- — I ty. A. It. Kirkman, R. 2, Custer. MMDKI.-T FORD—Also winter apples, •• will sell or trade. Hubert O. Rigel, R. : ('lister. I Household Gooda Trailers S1I.VF.R HOME ft.. «|Ulppi'd; takes same. Can lake, I'-,, mis. S. of Custer. ! BARGAIN PRICES—Oti good used gaso- i line engine washing machines, cream ..,.,, —„„"... .,„ .„ separators, range stoves, electric! HOI SK TRAII.KR—18 , ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattlx 1st rvasunabh- offer store, Scottville. ' srrn at Hartuii ________________^_^_ I Business Service ^^ ^^^^^^ v ^ 1 ^^>^^^*-^*-^i-^*J~ 1 »^^rf^^ p %^K^ < ^'N^^^^ _ Repairing—Service Stations 16' NO MONKFY lU'SINKSS— When wo do a job of :icrlyli'iir welding, it's right, llrlka (iar.iRe. 1102 S. Madison St. jiervlcrs Offered 18 COOK STOVK FOR SAI.K—Also a bed .ind some tables. Inq. ;1G K. Dowland St. ! THE BEST PLACE— To buy modernistic I roal and winid circulators is II. Smrd- AL DUMAS RADIO SERVICE—KCA Victor ICadiu. Expert srrvlre on any radio. 225 S. James St., and .Scottville LARGE SIZFV-Warfind Kalamazoo i coal heaters. Your offer. I..\IU;K new oil heaters in crates, $59.50; 100 gal. oil free. Wallace Kuras, 210 W. Ludlngton Ave. Tel. 604. BEGINNING SEPT. 26 Pressing elder i very Tuesday and Friday at Balbak's farm. Round lake. '., ml. N. of Holmes school. CIDER MILL—Now In operation. Pres- MHI; I'ays, Tuesdays and Fridays. Frank jaiiuz, '•• mile west of Fountain. FARMERH ATTENTION—Dead stock removal. Phone collect. Prompt service. MIISKKGON RENDERING CO. Tel. Scottville. 129-K-ll. HOW—Important are your eyes? Don't mistreat them. Classes that fit Improve vision. Chlnnery, Scottville. LET US GIVE YOU AN ESTIMATION— On your wiring job this fall. A high quality job at lowest possible cost to you. 'SEE US NOW. E. M. Brlggs & Sons, Scottville. Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 MEN'S SUITS—Dry cleaned and pressed; plain dresses, 49c. Ludington Dry Cleaners, James and Foster SU. Ureannwking and Millinery 21 OIL BURNING ESTATE HEATER—Like new, used only 3 mos. .will sell for one- halt price for cash; also 11-tubc instant tuning Electric Radiola with large cabinet. Tel, 516. THAT !€> OF HO I 6u6Ge£T INSTANT CAPITULATION, ie£T THE \ 'Wriert/ A FOREIGN 6ENUEMANi£ \ COLO&06 TB&TH B£ UNFORVSNATEM ) OF THREE INFORMATION, MISTER THE. TH& WIFE, HE BUT TO ADVANCE. HAND AH INCH THAT HUNDRED POUNDS! I'D BETTER PLAi FOR THE. RIFLE! FORCED INTO STOMACH! Real SPEED QUEEN WASHER—Heater just like new. and round tablo, for sale. Inq. 104 W. Dowl-ind St. Brokers in Real Estate FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and resort pYoperty see Home Realty Co., Room 8, Nat'l Bank BUIg. SUPERFLAME OIL HEATERS — $34.50 and up. Grotemafs WIFE SAVING STATION. Farm Equipment 81 BUFFALO PITT BEAN THRASHER—30- In. double cylinder. In very good condition. Price reasonable. Briggs- MacArthur Imp. Co., Scottville. . 1R PUMPS-WATIR SYSUHS-HAYTOOU-OOOR MANCEflt Farms and Land for Sale 83 AN IDEAL PLACE TO LIVE—10 A. with house and small barn, 3 mis. E. on US-31 near Eagle school. Inq. 405 S. Madison St. Bouses tor Saie SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE—Large garage and 5 acres of land for sale, of Ludington on US-31. FREESOIL. The Methodist Tei. 4K1-M. j Ladies' Aid .society, at a meeting 'held Wednesday afternoon at the E. M. Stephens home, chose Thursday evening, Oct. 12, for the serving of the annual chicken supper and also decided to become associate member of 84 ty; Myrtle Frost, Emma Tripp, William Hagstromi, Lawrence Hill and daughter, Lorraine; I Arthur Maynard, Orville Bailey and son, Maurice; William Tobey, Frank Hunt and E. M. Stephens. The society will meet Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 4, with Mrs. Arthur Maynard, with Mrs. Ira Granger and Mrs. Harvey Lydic, assistant hostesses. Mrs. Lawrence Hill and Mrs. 208 N. JAMES ST.—Suitable for rooming house, lure,- family or flats. Bargain j association, for cash. Shown by appointment only. A. T. Bensoh, Nat'l Bank BIdg. the Pere Marquette Memorial i clay morning. William Tobey will provide entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Maynard were Ludington visitors Weclnes- 11. SMKDBERG & BON- CUSTER. Mrs. John Brunke presided at meeting, which opened with . ' HEMSTITCHING—Stamped goods; children's cotton and knit dresses, suits, sweaters; Needlework Shop, 211 S. Jas. Employment DAY WORK OF ANY KIND—Wanted. Mrs. Cecelia Peterson, 410 West Lud- lugl.on avenue. Phone 486-J Dogs. Cats, Other Pets 47 HOUNDS FOR SALE—Beagle pups registered AKC. Very reasonable. Inq. 1311 S. Madison St. Tel. 901. FOR SALE—Cood used McCormlck- Deerlng corn binder in excellent condition. Lawrence Matrix, Scottville. INTERNAT'L 4-ROLL CORN SHREDDER—And dusker in good running condition. Briggs-MacArthur Imp. Co., ScottvlHe. .,,, «• .x.,,,,,,, ,„,- „ i 317 N. CJAVI.ORI) AVE. - Modern one- ] . . '"iiio HnnrtpH WVinlf story house for sale. Olmstead & Singing IIUC Heal ted, WnoiC Newberg. Phone 22 or 702. ! Hearted" with Mrs. Frank Hunt p] av j n g the accompaniment. Musical Merchandise 62 B-FLAT TRUMPET—In good condition for sale. Keith Adams, Fountain. Seeds, Plants, Flowers 63 DARWIN TULIP BULBS—For sale, large size, named varieties, 25c a doz., J2 a hundred; also wood and coal enameled range. Mrs. Lawrence I/eise, E. Main St., Fountain. Lots for Sale 85 | Mrs Harvey Lydic read a Bible III.IUHNC; ,.oTs-90x,r,o ft., $ 3r, each. cash; one block from Long Lake, Wai- haiia. Mrs, c. Phcian. Mrs. William Tobey piayei. Mrs. Brunke appointed the LOT FOR SAUC-Coruer Tinkliam and I following Chicken SUPPCT COni- washingtun ai-eniu-s. inq. 4iG K. i mittees: Menu and soliciting, st - / Mesdames Ira Granger, John Brunke, Frank Hunt Arthur Maynard and Floyd Eddy; supper, Mesdames Ira Granger, Frank Hunt, Myrtle Howell and Arthur Bertelsen; dining room, Mesdames Floyd Eddy, Arthur Maynard and Douglas Wanted—To Buy 66 I5UYING—Used furniture, cook stoves, heaters and heatrolas. Bob's New & Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland. ESTATE STORM IIKATKK—Second hand, wanted. Must be good, cheap for cash. Write Box 305, Pentwater. SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this column will be published two times for 25 cents. Each ad must bear name and address of advertiser. They must be accompanied by cash or stamps. Ads must be brought, or mailed to The News, none taken by telephone. If ads Involve exchange of labor for commodities, or vice versa, they will he placed in a special Labor Exchange department and run free of charge. Poultry and Supplies 49 PUI.I.KTS—White Uock and Rhode Island Red, 6 mos. old; for sale. Mrs. Christian Andersen, R, l, Custer. Merchandise '^^NXN^N^N* %X^^V^^^XXNXN^^XV Articles tor Sale 51 UAJtGAiN—ill-owning automatic 12- gauge shotgun, 2 yrs. old, $62 new. A real bargain at $39.50. E. M. Brlggs & Sons, Scottville. STRAPS AND HANDS—All styles and Nl/e*, for all watches. Reasonable liriues. Hamilton's, 225 S. James St. HELLING—Used furniture, cook stoves, heaters and heatrolas. Hob's New & Used Kurulture Store, 501 K. Dowland. WINCHESTER— Automatic 12-gaugc, 10-gauge gun and case, fine gun cabinet. Mrs. John Leuwer, 204 N. Staff on, Paints, Varnishes 53A IT'S TIME TcTpAINlVWe have Men- nrch paint, 100% pure. Complete line of inside and outside paints. W. E. READER & CO., In CUSTER. Farm and Dairy Products 55 BLUE CONCORD GRAPES—50c a bu. Uring baskets. William Miller, ft ml. W. of Sugar Grove. FOR SALE—Good tomatoes, 35c bu.; cabbage, \y 4 Ibs,, swuet corn, 35c bu.; peppers, lOc do*.; also other vegetables. Helge Johnson, Vji ml. 8., 1st E. of Amber, Station comets. Rooms and Board <^**s*^s******'**'**********s+~»**s>~^^ Rooms—For Rent 67A BED-SITTING ROOM—Well furnished, for rent; also board if desired. Inq. at 419 N. Gaylord Ave. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FIVh-ROOM—Ground floor, unfurnished apartment for rent. Inq. 405 N. Rath Ave. !)2!) IIUPMOIUU':—1931 Chevrolet, Guernsey bull; will swan for livestock. 3 mis. K. of Hart, !i ml. S. of Handel .school. Raymond Malburg. Custer FURNISHED, TIIREK-ROOM— Apartment for rent. Inquire Washington Ave. at 60S S. TURKIC-ROOM—Nnw. modern, fnrn. upt., private bath, Norge refrigerator; also furn. room. Inq. :iul N. Delia hi. SMALL, HEATED APARTMENT—For rent, furnished or unfurnished. Inquire at 705 E. Ludlngton Ave. 207 JEFFERSON ST—Upstairs apartment for rent. Inquire at 220 Second ot. Houses for Rent MODERN HOUSE—For rent at 206 NorUi Franklin street. Olmstead & Newberg. Phone 22 or 792 evenings. 100 N. FRANKLIN ST.—Modern house for rout. 752. C. F. Olmstead. Tel. 22 or 311 E. MELENDY Modern Home with furnace heat for rent. Inquire Same adaross, ttatherine Nelson! : •• Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Reene were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were guests Sunday at in Victory. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Johnson and family and Mrs. Abbie Johnsonwere guests Sunday at the H. Smedberg home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shaffer and son are planning a, trip to Grand Rapids where they will visit at the John Cotton home. Bob Nelson has returned to his home east of town after spending the past several months traveling through several states of the union, coming from Colorado to his home. He was accompanied on the trip by William Losher, who remained in the west for a longer time, Mrs. H. Smedberg, who has been ill, is improved. Mrs. Sam Alligood and grandson, Vernon Alligood, of North Carolina, who have spent several weeks in the county, are visiting with Mrs. Bertha McKen- , , t , zie at her home in South Custer i Joseoh fora few days,: I-«*P" Heckman and Miss Maxine Hunt; dishes, Mesdames Harvey Lydic, Fred Coon, William Hagstrom, William Tobey and William Chopson; advertising, Laurence Tobey and Mrs. E. M. Stephens; biscuits, Mrs. Fred Coon; reception, Mrs. Myrtle Frost; chickens, Mrs. George Rayle and Mrs. L. L..Stanley; tickets, Maxine Hunt and fish pond, Mrs. Stanley and Mrs. Mulinix. A very interesting lesson on "Hazards in the Use of Alcohol in a Machine Age" was presented by Mrs. Arthur Maynard and the various phases of the subject MARKETS AND FINANCE NEW YORK STOCKS (2.30 P. M. EOT) NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Trademark Registered U. S. Patent Office Adams Express Am Can .......................... 112'i. Am Smelt & Ref ................. 58'/4 Am Tel & Tel ..................... 1C1 '/4 Am Wat Wks .................... 133,4 Anaconda ........................ 34 ','2 Armour of 111 7 ','» Auburn Auto 4',' 4 Aviation Corporation 6',i Borden 21% Calumet & Hecla 9'/4 Ches <fc Ohio 42 5 ,ii Chrysler 88% Colum G & El 7% Com'wlth South l!i Curtlss Wright 7% Elec P & L 9'/ B General Elec 41?.a Gen Poods 41V4 General Mot 53?' 4 Hudson Mot Int Harvest 6'/4 69% Int Nick Can 39'/« Int Tel & Tel 4T'u Kennecott Corp 42 3 .i Ligg & Myers B 97',•> Marshall Field 15 1 ',) Masonlte • Corp 331/e Montgomery Ward 54 >/4 Nash-Kelvlnator 6 National Biscuit 22 Natl Power & Light WHUT PVA SPOSE OL' PETERS 'S UP TO?--AIN'T HARDLY SEEN HIDE. NOR HAIR O' HIM SINCE HE CAME BACK - MIGHT/ MVSTERIOUS GOIN'SON OVER T' HIS 8ARN--S01 LITTLE FELLER AHANGIN 7 ABOUND BUT THEY RAN HIM OFF/ 8% 20% North American 22',i Packard 4 New York Central IT DIDN'T TAKE THE POPULACE OF PETERS CORNERS UONG TO HORSE.FEKTHERS WAS UP TO SOMETHING/ WHILE THE WHEELS OF INDUSTRY INSIDE THE 8ARN THE NATIVES HUMEP WITH SPECULATION OUTSlPE Penney (j C) 87 Phelps Dodge 45'!; Philips Pete 45% Pullman 39 Radio 5% Radio Keith-Orp Reo Motor were discussed at length by the i Republic gieei assembly. , Sears-Roebuck l',l! 27% 79 Mrs. Floyd j«iay was appoint- ^nSar^Bfa'ndT . 1! '.'.\'.\'.'.\\\\\\\ 2 ^ the next i Standard Gas & El 3'/ a Standard Oil Cal 31','u 28 . ed lesson leader for meeting. Mrs. Orville Bailey became a member of the society. The recreation committee had arranged a program for the social hour. Mrs. Frank Hunt and Mrs. E. M. Stephens sang "Man of Sorrows." Mrs. Harvey Lydic contributed an interesting reading, "The First Attack on the Liquor Business with the Women." Must Begin Mrs. William Tobey ,sang "We Will Work for Your Boy." Mrs. Fred Coon read a poem, "The Hornets Nest," and Mrs. Arthur Maynard sane "Always." The hostesses, Mrs. Stephens, Mrs. Floyd Eddy and Mrs. Frank Hunt, served canteloupe, homemade ice cream and grape juice to Mesdames John Brunke, Fred Coon, Cecil Lydic, Douglas man. Nora Black, Harvey Floyd Standard Oil Ind Stand Oil N J .. Studebaker Underwood El 42 Va Union Carbide 90% Union Pnciflc 101 United Corp 3'/« U S Steel 78r u Wabash 2 Yellow T & C 19% Stock Averages, Sept. 22 (Compiled By The Associated Press) 30 15 15 GO Indust Rails Utll Stocks Unch D.I A.2 Unch Net change ... _ . _ Toclay 76.0 Previous day .. 76.0 Month ago 65.6 Year acco 67.7 1939 High 77.0 1939 Low 58.8 1938 High 79.5 1P38 low 49.2 22.2 22.3 17.1 16.6 23.8 15.7 23.5 12.1 38.8 38.6 37.5 30.7 40.6 33.7 37.8 24.9 Movement In Recent Years 1932 Low 17.5 8.7 23.9 1929 High 149.9 1627 Low 51.0 153.9 95.3 53.0 53.0 46.3 45.4 53.4 41.6 54.7 33.7 16.9 184.3 157.7 61.8 61.8 THE MARKETS LOCAL, mARK£TS Dark cranberry beans $2.50 Light cranberry beans $2.50 White pea beans •'- $2.00 Yelloweye beana $2.75 Poultry Leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. and up lie Heavy hens 14c Plymouth Rock springers, under 4 Ibs 17c Plymouth Hock springers, Colored springers 15c 4 Ibs. and up 17c Grain Shelled corn, cwt $1.05 Bye, cwt 85c Oats, cwt $1.00 Wheat, cwt $1.00 Produce Eggs 19c Hides Beef .4c Light red kidney beans «2.75 Mclntosh, 75-1.00. Sagmaw ne;\ns (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) SAGINAW, Mich., Sept 22.—(/!>)— Michigan Bean Shippers' association Friday prices: Handpicktcl pea beans, per cwt., 3.05; handpicked red kidneys, light, 3.50; dark. 3.50; handpicked yel- loweyes, 3.00, handplckecl choice re- rir-iined cranberries, light, 2.50, dark, 2.00. Detroit Produce (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) DETROIT, Sept. 22.—W 1 )—(United States Department of Agriculture.)— Grapes: Mich. Concords, 4-qt. climax baskets, 13',2-14; 12-qt. climax baskets, 25. Apples: Mich. bu. baskets and eastern crates, mostly, 214 in. mln. Wolf Rivers, 40-so; Wealthys. 35-40, few large, 60; large, 35, small to medium, 20-25. No. 1, washed, best, 1.65-73, some fair Onions: 50 Ib. sacks, U. S. No. 1— quality, small to medium size stock, no Mich yellows, 55-65, sweet Spanish, 80- sales reported; Colorado Red McClures, 85- Mich. 10 Ib. sacks yellows, 14',i-15. | U. S. No. 1, unwashed, car, 1.60; MinnePuaehts: Mich. bu. baskets Elbertas, sota Hollendale section Cobblers, U. 8. - -- - • ' -- ' No. 1, 1.25; North Dakota Red River Valley section Cobblers, 90 percent or bet- t.-r, U. S. No. 1 quality, 1.25; Bliss Triumphs, 90 percent U. S. No. 1 quality, 1.30-35; Wisconsin Cobblers. U. S. No. 1, 1.20-30; Indiana Bliss Triumphs, U. 8. No. 1, washed, car, 1.80. 2i/j in. min., few, 1.40; 2 in. mln., 1.151.25, 1-% in. min., 75. Pears: Mich. bu. baskets Flemish Bcautys, U. S. No. 1, 2 in. min., 1.10-1.15. Potatoes: 100 Ib. sucks. U. S. No. 1— Idaho Russets, 1.85-2.00, mostly, 2.00. few low as, 1.75; Maine Chlppewas, 1 801 85. Mich. Round Whites, unwashed, 1.25-1.35, few, 1.50. New Jersey Cobblers, 1.80-1.85. Detroit Poultry (Quotations in Cents) DETROIT, Sept. 22.—(/P)—Poultry, steady. Hens. 5 Ibs. up, 17; under 5 Ibs., 15; leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. up, 13; cocks, 10; leghorn cocks, 8; Rock springers, 4','a Ibs. up, 17; under 4 l /2 Ibs., 16; leghorn springers, 14; young hen turkeys, 10 Ibs. up, 21; young torn turkeys, 15 Ibs. up, 21; ducks, white, 5 Ibs. up, 12; rabbits. 8. Detroit Dairy (Quotations in Cents) DETROIT, Seplt. 22.—W>)—Butter, best creamery in tubs, 20 l ,i-27',i. Eggs, current receipts, 16'/4i dirties, 14; checks, 12%. Chicago Potatoes (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) CHICAGO, Sept. 22.—(A>)—( United States Department of Agriculture.)— Potatoes, 144. on track, 287. total U. S. bhipments, 409; supplies moderate; for best stock all sections demand moderate, market firm; for fair quality e all sections, demand slow, market r» n n.i.riMn>a» n^* ^n^u-n Ti cey . cnosn, -.. a secons, eman sow. mare a Ha Granger and aaugnter, Bet- Darts red kidney beans fa.OO Celery: Mich, bunches dozens, extra steady. Idaho Russet Burbanks, U. 8. Chicago Poultry (Quotations in Cents) CHICAGO, Sept. 22.—(/P)—Poultry, live, 47 trucks, steady; legiiorn hens, 12; ducks, small colored, 10, small white, 11; geese, old and young, 13. Other prices unchanged. Chicago Dairy (Quotations in Cents) CHICAGO. Sept. x 22.—(/PI—Butter, 832,039, firmer; creamery—93 score, 28%-29'.'-i; 92, 28 l /-i; 88, 24>i; 90 central- i/.ed carlots, 27. Other prices unchanged. , Boston Wool (Quotations in Cents) BOSTON. Sept. 22.—(/P)—The Commercial Bulletin will say tomorrow: "Following a slight relapse on Monday, the wool market has recovered cpnT fldence and has shown a further moderate advance In prices all through the list. The market may be said to tw fully on a dollar basis at the moment for class III fine wool, as against 87-88 cents as the pre-ww level." The. Bulletin will publish the follow* inn quotations: _,^lch4«ftn neecea: Delaine, 37-?»i Blood combing, 36-38; Mi blood Q Ing, 49-50; 'A blood combing, 48.50. •1| •a ,*,...

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