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Thurs. Evening, Mar. 25, '48 11. FOR SALE FOR SALE: Large tricycle. Excellent condition. 1218 Broadway. L'SERS declare they can't get along without it. Filter Soft Water Service. Phone 3949. 13. RIAL ESTATE d. Poultry, £99*, Baby Chix PRODUCTION BRED CHICKS for rapid growth Early production of meat and eggs. Cor.ie and Bee them day old and started. KING'S HATCHERY & FEED 6th & North Sis. Phone 3718 PAY OLD & STARTED CHICKS | All popular breeds hatching, i Mondays and Thursdays. ] HIZER. HATCHERY Grass Creek. Choice dues on chick orders are filling ap fat Don't be the last 1 the race. ROYAL CENTRE HATCHERY Strauch Bros. Leghorn Cockerels For early fries.' Each Mon,, Tuns., Thurg., and Friday Logan Hatchery 824 MlchiKan Ave. EASTER SPECIALS 6 ROOM MODERN HOME, with furniture, corner lot in East End. 5 ROOM SEMI MODERN HOUSE, East End, possession soon, terms. VACANT LOTS 305 ACRE FARM, good house, barn and fencing. All on gentle rolling land in Carroll County. With livestock and machinery $12,000. Possession ROW. 40 ACRE FARM close to Ke- •war.na with modern house and a good profitable business. Bargain. Have many homes. Business and Farms located In Logansport and towns close by—Jr. a radius of 75 miles. iMany will pass GI Loans. See us for Home Loans or 4% Farm Loans For To Buy or Sell Anything In Real Estate SEE M I LLER'S Adequate Realty Co. Phone — 3720 214% 4th St. 'Home Pa. S420 GEO. J. MILLER, Mgr. CASH LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE _CO.. INC.. LogaMport. Ind. $1.00 FREE $1.00 HeJid The Morton Mattress Co. Ad Dully AUTO REPLACED! IPROMPTLY Harris Glass Shop 1310 Peter St. Ph. 2503 GLASS For Quick - Perfect Work See U» HARRIS GLASS SHOP 1310 1'eter SL Ph. HATCHING Each Thursday Barred Rocks - White Rocks New Hampshire White Leghorns Started Barred and White Rocks Now Available FARM BUREAU . HATCHERY Dial 4522 Logansport, Ind. CHOIC."! STARTED CHICKS Come In and see them. LOGAN HATCHERY S2-J .Mlclgun Ave. Phone 4202 e. Seeds, Plants ENJOY FRESH RASPBERRIES from your own garden by planting 25 Cumberland, tho best blackcap, and 25 New Sunrise, the outstanding Red Raspberry for the south - it total oC 50 plants - Spoclal OL'fer No. 27 - J6.65 postpaid. Write for I Copy 4S-Pttge Planting Guide in color. WAYN'ESBORO NURSERIES, Waynesboro. Virginia. "PILOT" A P1NCQR AMIHICA't OUTSTANDING POWM IAWM MOWIH 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE COMPLETE BODY AND PAINT SERVICE L J. EMMERD BODY SHOP "IVc Take the Dents Out of Accidents" Phono 4737 PIPE THAWING ACETTLE.NE A SO ELECTRIC WELDING I'ortnfole Srrvlce Anywhere RUSTY'S WELDING SHOP •OlS-Clcoti FOB THE BEST »' SWE£PERS Set our Authorized HOUVEB SALJiS * SEKT1CE LEA1EB Work Guaranteed - Fre. Pick-Op -md »*»« Phone 3054 or .oo3 Jlauegln's Udwe. or &. C. 1 Wanted to Buy WANTED: Girls' 2 wheel sidewalk or junici- size bicycle. Call 6657- GET CASH for that sewing machine that you do not need. Dial 4154. h. Wearing Apparel Made to order and sell, Beautiful baby sets. Sweater, Hood, Booties.'2227 Usher St. FOR SALE: Lime green wool jersey suit. Sire 12 or 14. Excellent condition. Dial 9103. For smooth, effortless mowing, PINCOR has everything you've ever wanted in a Power Mower! Four cycle I 1 /, H.P. engine— 20-inch cut — hand adjusted cutting height ft" to 2^" r all steel construction—built-in | sharpener — chain wheel and reel drive — lifetime lubrication and many other fea- turcs. LEHNUS BROS. | Allis-Chnlmcrs Dealer I Bnx 2r> Ph. 4681! South Eilcc of Lojrnnsitort on 'St. Bd. 29 - „_--CRAWFORD OVERHEAD TYPE DOORS • Electric Operators For All Doors • R. L STEINBERGER ISO Montgomery St. . 9S1S S150.00 815 13th St. FOR SALE: Gray suit, black short Je. size 16. Pastel plaid taffeta i dress shirts, size 15. 217 Twenty- first St. 12. GOOD THINGS TO EAT Cnicfcons, wo dre«s and <Je»T« CITY PRODUCE CO. 42S 3. Srd St. Phone 4731 CHAN OUT RUST, SCALE, DIRT AND SLUDOI... A clean cooling jystom i» as im- portanf to yovr car 01 proper lubrication. We can cl«an your cooling system thoroughly, quickly, economically with this n«w, tnodtrn m«thod. FREY'S QUICK SERVICE Corner of Mkt & Eel Rlv. Ave. Logansport i i - • -Spring Time Is Car Radio Time Get That MOTOROLA CAR RADIO NOW We Have KadJos For Any Hate or Model ARCHIE'S RADIO SERVICE "logansport's Only Authorized Motorola Sales & Service" Phone 2445 INVITE SPRING INTO YOUR HOME! Sec us for fine Enamels. Tlllne, Linoleum, Cnblnets and other Redecorating Seeds ° CANSPORT CAB1NET CHICKENS—v7o Dress & Deliver Sixth Street Produce 210 S. Sixth Street. Dial 3329 HENS, Fries. Fresh Eggs. Dennis Produce Co., 20 Cliff Drive. Phone 2421. 13. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: Choice laka frontage on Lake Maxinkuckee. Harry Edgington, Culver, Ind. Phono Culver -100 or 65. SALE: JS'ew 4 room house. Reasonable. Must be moved. Also Jot .near by. Inquire Paul Pugh. Burnettsvllle. GUARANTEED Jl Incriii* Cr*p Yi»U JJXU31X FOR SALE: All modern borne, 4 rooms and bath. East-end, full lot. Immediate possession, Write Pharos-Tribune, Box 446. Lots for sale, trade, or rent. Cheap. Terms. Phcne 651S. 125 Park Ave. FOR SALE: Large lot. One block north of E- Main St. Call 21463. WANTED: House or farm cloie to Lojransport for cash- Write Box 502, Pharos-Tribune. A HOUSE In Logansport for ca»b Po?t Ottic* Box 293. :A-?* VWl M«M M-E Retory Till.r D«M All Thu »«h LKS TO>rk! Prepare! » perfect seed bed ... IncreiMS min- cnl ifld moisture content . . . rebuilds soil — N'i* turt's Wiy. M-E oulel Kircien vorlc easier . . . 4oes it bettert/ian anyoth- tc equipment you cm buy. Ask For Free Demonstration LOGAN HATCHERY 824 JtlcWgan Are, Phone 1202 DELIGHT YOUR GUESTS! Serve them pastries of delicious qnnWr and tempting' appenraiice From HUBERT'S DELUXE BAKERY Houses — Farms — Trailers We Hare Them All For The Best Bnys In Heal Estate - Call Miller's Adequate Realty St. ? -CALL US FOR THOSE STORE FEOST JOBS" ffe now carry a complete One of Kawneer Store Frant, Metal antl Plate Glass. Also, YttroUto, Factrolite, Thermopane and Glass Blocks. Fhone 2456 BET-R-WAY GLASS PROD., INC. ! Eagles Make Plans IFor Anniversary Class Initiation Plans were furthered tor the • 45th anniversary class initiation • at a meeting of the Eagles lodge j Wedncesday evening at the lodge! home. -| The anniversary program will! be held April 2, with the state j champion Anderson Eagles drill and degree team conferring the work. The local lodge drill and degree gro^P* will be host* to the visiting team at a dinner at '7:30 o'clock. A floor show and free lunch will be provided for members at the close of the evening's program. Thursday night the local degree team will go to Rensselaer to in-_ duct a class. At the lodge hall, members and their families will see a movie, "Ghost on hte Loose", with the Dead Ead Kids, .and a Mickey Mouse comedy, at 8 o'clock. No program is scheduled for riday because of Good Friday services. On Saturday, the Masters ofj Rhythm and Hoosler Ramblers i will play for dancing. The annual Memorial services of; the order are planned for April 7,i with George R. Bender, L. F.| Brenner and Dale Gardner In, charge. Attendance awards went to Robert Doyle. R. C. Morgan, L. F. Brenner and B. M. Rodgers. Epps Wanted At Columbus Walter Epps. 47. o£ this city, probably will be turned over w Columbus, 0., authorities, ivho have a warrant for his arrest, it was reported Thursday by Sheriff C. F. Parrett. Sheriff Parrett learned Thursday that Epps was wanted at Columbus. The man has been held in the Cass county jail since Tuesday on a public Intoxication charge and for investigation of check forgery- Epps allegedly has admitted that he made out a check for $26 to which he signed a fictitious name. He came here in January after having been on parole a year from the Ohio state penitentiary where ha served time on a forgery charge according to the sheriff. 'Logansport Pharos-Tribune 19 Late Market Reports A newly-developed "midget" i dental X-ray tube was operated j steadily in "W'estinghouse labora- j toriea for 1,000 hours—the equlva- j lent of two decades' of normal | usage in dentist's office. .'HOW ABOUT THAT CHICK ORDER? IS j IT IN? (T You won't find better breeding or more carefully, selected and. graded chicks than. BARKER'S BETTER BRED CHICKS Did you know that in less than a week a chick should double its weight but that it can't gain, an ounce in egg breeding or meat qualities unless those points are Inherited. It pays to get the best—Come iu and see us about that chick order of yours today, LOGAN HATCHERY S2-t Michigan Ave. Phone 4202 Asks Reinstatement Of Divorce Action Dismissed Tuesday A motion to set aside the dismissal of the divorce suit of John Hawkins vs, Betty Hawkins and reinstate it was filed Thursday in the Cass circuit court by Attorney Keith Campbell, representing the plaintiff. The motion pointed out that the court dismissed the action Tuesday on the grounds that at the time It was filed there was a previous divorce suit which had been filed by other attorneys for the same plaintiff still undisposed of on the court docket and the costs unpaid. The previous case had been filed Sept. 21, 1945, but shortly thereafter the couple became reconciled and lived together again, the plaintiff stated. The costs of that case have now been paid and the case dismissed. The divorce suit which the court dismissed Tuesday was filed July 31, 1947, and the defendant had filed a motlou for a cbanye of venue from the judge just before it was dismissed. O'Neill and 0'- Xeil! represent the defendant. CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE CHICAGO, March 25—(UP) — Grain ranges 1 : Open High Low Close WHEAT— May 23S 241% 237% 241% i July 225% 227% 225 227% i Sept. 222% 225% 222% 225M, Dec. 222% 225 222% 224% CORN— May 21614 216% 214% 216% July 205% 206 204% 206 Sept. 1891,4, 1S9% 1SS% 1S9>4 Dec. 164 164% 163% 164% OATS— May 110 110',g IOS 3 ,i 109% July flO's 91% 30% 91 Sept. S3% S4% S3Vi Dec. • S2% 83% S2% SOYBEANS— May 352 353 3B2 353 July 342 344 342 344 Nov. 255 FOR SALE Modern 5 Room Bungalow With Garage 410 17th Street Price 87500, Phono S631 or 4749 New Black and Galvanized Pipe For The Best In TAWI EQtJITMEST Call or Sec LEHNUS BROS. AlLls • Chalmers Denier South Edge of Loyansport on St. Rd. 29 $10,000.00 REWARD For BLACK BART Dead Or Alive FOR EXCELLENT WINES & LIQUORS At Prices Bg low a* possible - under fair trade reyalatlons Stop At The REGAL LIQUOR STORE ios m st ' Ph> We carrj » Complete, >'ew Line of Ante Springs, YVhecls and Anto Glasi- TVhen In Seed — Come Tu CHARLIE'S AUTO MART Ph. Sfttt «BW«. PUBLIC SALE CALENDAR March 30—W. C. Morgan .Kivett YOU ARE INVITED To attend a welding demonstration and a presentation of the colored movie with sound "THE MET- ALCBAFTER—It's Application to Farm Repairs." Welding and cutting problems will be demonstrated and discussed by an expert. Bring any small parts you may wish to have welded . . . NO CHARGE, MONDAY, MARCH 29th r 7 lo 9p.m. James F. Paterson 701 Burlington, Logansport, Ind. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO, March 25—(UP)— Poultry: 2$ trucks, market firm. Hens S3, Leghorn hen* 23, colored^ fryers 44, Plymouth Rock fryers| 45, White Rock fryers 45, Ply-j mouth Rock broilers 42. "White| Rock broilers 42, colored broilers j 4™. "White Rock springs 46, .Plymouth Rock springs 46, colored springs 45. Clieose: Twins 40-40V:. single daisies 42-43. Swiss 65-fS. | Butter: 4D9'.46S. market firm. 93 ! score S3, 92 score S2, 90 score i 82, 89 score SO'i, carlols 90 score] I $2! 59 score SOVi. . j ! Bi?gs: (Browns and whites mix-, i ed) '24,171, market stsady. Extras 1 TO-SO per cent A 45-46, extras 6070 per cent A 44-45. standards 4243, current receipts 42. checks 39. Potatoes steady. Malnes—Katau- dins, Xo. 1 1S.75-S5; Green MU. No. 1 3.75-S5; Idaho Russets, Xo. 1 6.25-50. Dressed poultry steady. i Live poultry very firm. Turkeys ' hens 72-76; roosters, old 25-2XJ I Ducks Long Island 40: rabbits all i grades 48; fowls 32-44: chickens 2S-45; capon* cross 65; broilers I 41-43; pullets 4S-60. American cheese—Whole milk. steady; New York City basis per Ibs; 'chaddars-gra««-l947 49'~-51; single daisicK 4-1-60. Potatoes: Arrivals Si: on track 317; total shipment 1096. Idahos: Arrival e 22; shipment Market: dull; track sales: Idaho Russet Burbank US 1 size A I washed 6.00. "Utility washed 4.65- I 4 70 Unwashed no sales. Colorado iMcClurcs no . sales. Nebraska I Triumphs US 1 size A washed 4..o i North Dakota and Minnesota. Red i River Valley District Red Warbus US 1 size A" washed 3.50. Unwashed Warbus commercial 3.25. Cobblers No. 2 unwashed 2.40. Street sales: Florida (50 Ibs.) Triumphs 3.50. Some 3.60-3.G5. INDIANAPOLIS PRODUCE INDIANAPOLIS, March 25. — (UP)—Produce: Poultry—Springer* and broilers 35- Leghorn Springers 24; cocks and stags 10; hens 4^ lb and over 17; under 4',4 Ibs. 19; M>. 2 poultry 4 less than No. 1. • EKES—Current receipts 54 IDs. to case 40; grade A large 45, grade A nudlum 40; grade B large 3h; , garde B small 33; dirties and | checks 30. Butlerfa—No. 1, "9: No. 2, ,6. ' (Prices quoted by Wadley Co., de- 1 Hvered at plant.) NEW YORK EGG MARKET Eggs 23,764 cases. Firm, steady. Mixed colors: Exira fancy and 2 large 4G-46',i; current receipts 43^4; dirties 4.2Vi; checks 42. Whites: Extra fancy heavyweights midwest 51-52. Browns: Extra fancy heavyweights midwest 47l*s-4S 1 /4. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO, March 25—(UP) — (USDA)—Livestock: Hogs: 7.500. Slow market. Mostly 25 to 50 cents lower. Few early sales 170 to 230 pounds steady to 25 cents lower. Good share of run still unsold. Bidding 50 cents lower on weights over 270 pounds. Sows about 50 cents lower. Early sales good and choice 170 to 230 pounds 22.25-23.00. Top 23.25- Good and choice 240-260 pounds 21.0022.25. Few 270-290 pounds 29.3029.75. Odd sales 300-375 pounds 18.50-19.50. Most 350-550 pound sows 15.25-17.50. Cattle: 3,000. Calves; 500. Market dull. Some sales at new lows. Good and choice fed steers and yearlings 25.00-29.50. Few load choice 970-1150 pounds 29.00-29.50. Choice heavy steers bid 2S.OO. Medium to good heifers 21.00-26.00. Load low choice Colorados held above 27.00. Common and medium beef cows 17.00-20-00. Good cows quoted to 22.00. Canners and cutters 12-00 to 17.00. Tops 23.50 on good weighty sausage and fat beef bulls. Light canner bulls down to 15,50. Vealers 50 cents tc 1.00 lower at 27.00 down. Sheep: 2,500. Slaughter lambs active fully steady. Good to choice fed wooled" lambs 103 pounds down topped -at 22.'00. Good and choice wooled lambs 21.50-21.75. Load around 1107 pounds at inside price. Medium to good wooled skins 20.00-21.00 Including two loads 107 pound Nebraska at 20.75. Two loads good Colorados at 21.00. Slaughter use steady. Deck good and choice 13.00. Common, to good 11.00-12.50. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS. March 25 — (UP) — (PMA)— Livestock: Hogs. 7,000; rather slow, generally 25 lower than. "Wednesday'! bulk; good »nd choice 160-225 lb« largely 22.60, early top 22.75; 225- SOO ibs 19.75-22.25; SOO-400 Ibs.. 1S.75-19.25; 100-160 Ibs 17-2520.25; sows largely 16.75-1S.OO,. few 1S.25-1S.50. Cattle, 2,300. calves 500; market. opened moderately active; limited : outlet for steers and heifers, steady to instances 50 lower; decline 'mainly on medium to good; couplo loads good and choice around 1025-1125 Jh" steers 2S.OO2S.25: load strictly good 1225 Ibs. 27.50; load average good 1020 Ibs. 27.00; small lots medium to good' yearlings 23.50-26.50; similar- grades heifers 23.00-25.50; cows- fully active, about steady, later trade carrying lower undertone; , good beef "cows 22.00-23.00: veal-" ers opened slow; good and choice' mostly 2.00 lower: early bulk good-and choice. ,25.50-25.00. Sheep, l,t'?0; cumulative losses around 50 or irioro lower for two day*: one and one-halt !"-\ds good and choice 93-lh fed Texas "lanijjs 21.50: similar grade natives 39.5021.50; medium to good. 17.00.19.00; load medium to good fed Tcx»» . lambs 17.00-25.00; slaughter ewes scarce; quotable steady at ll.Of down. ' East Buffalo Livestock " •' BUFFALO. N. Y., March 25 — (UP)— Livestock: Cattle 450, including SOO direct- Steer market steady. Cow and bull • market very slow. Bidding lower. Fancy beef cows 21; (t tew up to 22; dairy type fat cows 1S.25- 13.25; heavy bulls 20,25-22.25. Calves 100. Market about on* dollar lower. Good 32; choice 3J. Hogs 600. including 400 direct ' Market opening very slow. Few bids on strictly choice, 1SO-330 pounds, 23. Lambs 325, Including 225 direct. Receipts very light Market slow. FROOUCS Swift & Company Phono 4491 Old roosters Eggs Leghorn hens Heavy hens l> 38 19 30 Sixth Street Produce Pbooe 3329 Leghorn corks Eggs Leghorn hens No. 1 Springs Heavy hens 4' 32 flper» Meat Market Phono 34S& Eggs .................. • ...... xs Spring lambs .............. 16.00 Veal calves ................ 28-0<> Heifers ....... ............. 2S.OO Steers ..................... «-<K> Third Street Market Phons 3705 Eggs Veals Lambs Beef hide Veal hide* •»* -21 .-••••• . Logansport Grain Phone 3i41 Oats 1-25; Soybeans No. 2 ...- 3.28 Wheat •• 2.24 Corn, cwt - 3.05' Producers' Stockyards Phone 3.TJC 160 to 225 225 to 240 -...„:' 210 to 250 250 to 260260 to 270 , .270 to 2SO 2SO to 290 i90 to 300 200 to 325 ,"25 to 350 340.to 400 Sows 17.25 Stags •• Boars Pigs 19-75 Tuesdays Only Calves Lambs • Sheep Bucks • 2J.25 22XJO 21.75' 21.2520,75' 20.Z5- 21.7513.25 1S.76- 1S.2S-. down, 14.25^ 11.00 dow»- 18.00 21.00 : 10.00' 8.00: Jack Hawkins FINAL GRAIN REVIEW CHICAGO, March 25.— (UP) — Wheat futures registered some gains on tha Board of Trade today but corn, and oats fell off under pressure. Wheat future* set the pace during trading with substantial buying to remove hedges against sales of cash grain to the government. At mid-way corn and oats rallied briefly in sympathy with wheat but they did not hold their position and slipped back into original opening losses. Proofit taking choked off the price rally at Its pe*k- T he market was nervous and trading was j generally light ' | Soybeans and lard held firm i most of the (Jay and showed some i increasee in price.; Soybeans werei back to active tr&de alter two days of Inactivity as commercial | users bought back, into th* market Phone 4«« : 160 to 200 M-50 200 to 225 22.15 225 to 240 22 % -09 240 to 250 , 21:65 250 to 260 21.35 260 to 270 20,flO 270 to 280 2<W6 2SO to 290 1S-85 290 to 300 19-35 SOO to 400 1S.25-19.3S Stags, no dock ........ 14.50 down pj 5 S ••• 20.00 dow Boars 11.50 down Sows 17.50 down Veals •Duffey Stockyards Phone 8596 200 to 225 160 to 200 22.15 225 to 240 23.00 240 to 250 J1.75 250 to 260 21J5 260 to 270 ....20:50 270 to 280 I?.™ 230 to 2SO 1«5 290 to SOO «-• I*- 75 200 to 400 -•• 17.50-18.75 17-25 Wednesday »nd Thors«ij Calves • Lambs '..;.........•

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