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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 15, 1936
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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 15 • 1936 CATTLE MARKET DECLINE CHECKED Hog Markets MIDWEST HOGS. Hog prices at midwest markets Tues- ci'l)\B RAPIDS—Good hogs 140 to 150 Ibs S7 10&7.40; 150 to IN Ibs. $7.60&7.90; 160 to 170 Ibs. J8.10liu8.40; 170 to 180 Ibs. S8 804i 9.10; 180 to 200 Ibs. $9.15®9.45; 200 to 3'5 Ibs S9.35si9.65; 325 ta 350 Ibs. $9,20 w950- good packers 275 to 350 Ibs. $8.90ft 9 20; 350 to 425 Ibs. $8.70$r9; 425 to 500 Ibs. S8 5041-8.80; 500 to 550 Ibs. SII.30&8.60. WATERLOO—Hogs lOc lower. Good to choice 140 to 150 Ibs. $C.80lRi7.10; 150 to 160 Ibs J7.40lH7.70; 160 to 170 Ibs. S8.0SI&' 835- 170 tr, 180 Ibs. S8.80W9.10; 180 to 200 IbS. $9.20519.50; 200 to 32S Ibs. $9.40a9.70; 325 to 350 Ibs. $9.20*19.50; packing sows "75 to 350 Ibs. S8.90&9.20; :15D to 425 Ibs. $870f,/9; 425 to 500 Ibs. $«.50®8.80; 500 to 550 Ibs. SS.30fe8.60. OTTUMWA—Hogs 10 to 15 cents lower. 140-150 Igs. 56.95a-7.25; 150-160 Igs. $7.45fe 775- 160-170 Igs. S7.95iiiS.25; 170-180 Igs. S8.70lfi-9; 180-200 Igs. S9.05ft9.35; 200-325 Ibs $9.30( ( J9.60: 325-350 ibs. S9.15B9.45: 350-400 Ibs. S8.95(fi'9.25: puckers 275-350 Ibs. S8.8Dffi9.10: 350-425 Ibs. S8.65ffi8.95; 425-550 Ibs. 58.4568.75. HOG PRICES GO 10 T015 LOWER Trade Again Buixlened by Receipts; Top Sinks to $10.05. CHICAGO, 0<P)—Hcg prices continued downward Tuesday but the decline in the cattle market was checked. , Receipts of swine again burdened the trade and most early sales were made on a 10 to ID cents lower basis, although spots were off more. Top sank 5 cents to $10.05. A factor which tenced to accentuate the decline in hogs was weakness of the wholesale pork market. Top light loins lost another 1 -i cent a pound, making the decline in the last week a full rent Heavier loins, however, have able around S4.M down; calves cent. -neawLi wuu,, ,. | argelv steady; sood vealers S8<&9; shown no change, thus narrowing ch< £ c( ; S9 50 . cull 1Q C0 mm:m about the spread in loin values to 16 to 17Vi. one of the most narrow margins in months. Most cattle sa'.es were made on an unchanged bssis although some big weight steers tended lower at a full SI loss compared with a week ago. Cattle buyers were active, however, because of the 'slight curtailment in receipts. Wholesale beef carcass values were unchanged. Best yearlings, as has been the case in recent weeks, brought the early top of S12 and some were held" above S12.50. Fat lambs tended upward. Sellers wanted S9 and more for their choice handy weights. to AUSTIN—Hogs 15c lower: good choice 180 to 200 Ibs $8.9i>s79.25; 200 to MO Ibs. SS.Mft 9.60; 240 to 1:25 Ibs. $9.20fc H50- 325 to 350 Ibs. $9.10(119.40; packing sows good 275 to 5SO Ibs, $B.35f(9.15. 2.000; few $4.50 •a 6. HOGS 14.UOO; market fairly active, 10 (iilSc lower than Monday's average: better ISO to 300 Ibs. S9.50C'! S.70; top S9.70: 160 to 180 Ibs. S9.20S(9.6D: 140 to 1UO Ibs. S8.G5<as.30: 100 to 140 Ib. killers 57.25 St8.85: bulk sows 400 Ibs. down $9.406 9.60; desirable 10 to 110 Ib. feeder pigs late Monday S6W7.25: average cost Monday S9.78; weight 217 Ibs. SHEEP 4.000: fresh supply largely natives; four loads fed lambs and two loads (ed ewes on hand from Monday; no early action buyers talking steady; sellers asking around 25c higher on fat lambs good to choice lambs Monday sfl<tf8.35 best slaughter ewes Monday S4.25; bulk 54 dou'n. LIVESTOCK FORECAST CHICAGO, i.-Pi—Official estimated li\ stock receipts for Wednesday: Cattle 000; hogs 30,000; sheep 10.000. Local Livestock LIVESTOCK. Market) -U. S. department MASON CITY—For Tuesday HOGS Five cents lower. Good light lights ... 14U-150 Good lignt lights ... laO-160 Good lights 160-170 Goo<! lights 170-180 Good light butchers 180-200 Good light butchers 200-220 Good me. wi. butch. 220-250 Good me. wt. butch. 250-270 Good me. wt. butch. 270-290 Good heavy butchers 290-325 Good heavy butchers 350-400 Good heavy butchers 400-450 Good packing sows.. 275-350 Good heavy sows ... 350-425 Good big heavy sows 425-500 Good big heavy sous 500-550 'The above is a J0;3u truck hog market lor good and choice hogs. The difference in price Is for short ard long haul hogs-1 CATT1 ,£. Steers, choice to prime Steers, good to choice Steers, medium to good Steers, fair to medium .... Low grade stecn Heifer*, Rood, to choice .... Grass heifers, rried. to sood Grasi heifers, com. to med. Cows, good to choice Cows, fair to Eood Cutters Canners Bulls, heavy Bulls, light Calves, gd. to choice 120-190 Calves, med. to good 130-190 Calves, infer, to gd. 130-190 LAMBS Lambs, gd. to choice 70-90 Lambs, med. to good 70-90 Lambs, fair to med. 70-90 Lambs, common Yearlings, gd. to ch. 70-90 Yearlings, medium to good Yearlings, fair to medium Yearlings, culls • Native ewes, good to choice Culls, cwci Bucks - Wcthera. 1 year olds Wethers, old Buck lambs $1 lows. No dock on lambs. Quotations subject to market fluctuations. S 6.45- 6.75 $ 6.90- 7.20 $ 7.60- 1.90 S 8.30- 8.60 S 9.05- 9.35 $ 9.30- 9.60 S 9.30- 9.60 $ 9.30- H.60 S 9.30- 9.60 S 9.30- 9-00 S 9.15- 9.45 $ 8.95- 9.25 S 8.85- 0.15 S 8.65- 3.95, $ 8.45- 8.75 $ 8.25- 8.55 $ 9.00-10.25 S 7.00- 9-00 $ 6.00- 7.00 S 5.00- 6.00 S 3.50- 4,25 S 8.50-10-00 S 4.00- 0.00 S 3.00- 4.00 S 3.50- 4.50 S 3.25- 3.75 S 3.00- 3.25 S 2.50- 2.75 $ 4.25- 4.75 S 3.50- 4.25 S 6.50- 6.00 S 4.50- 5.50 $ 4.25 down S 7.00- 7.75 $ 6.00- 7.00 S 3.75- ^.75 $ 3.75 down J 5.00- 6.00 S 4.00- 5.00 S 3.00- 4,00 S 2.00- 2.50 S 2.00- 1.00 $ 1.00- 1.50 S 1.00- 2.00 $ 5.00- 6.00 $ 3.00- 5.00 SIOl-X CITY (Tliesda SIOUX CITY, i.r- 3 ^-iculture— CATTLE 2,000; calvc.s 200; beef steer and yearlings fairly active, steady V strong: quality plain: fat she stock ac lion improved, fully steady; stockers an feeders scarce, little changed: few choic -fed vearlings SU: sales above $10 limited plain warmed up light weights down t S7 and below; small lots fed heifers u to S9.50; majority beef cows S4H5; cutte grade? mainly S3.15!ii3.75: scattered 'ot- dull and medium stockers and feede steers -S*i down. Current s'locker and fee cattle quotations: Steers 550 to 800 Ibs good and choice S6 f " 8: common and me dium S3.75'ii 5: BOO to 1.050 Ib. good an choice S6<yli: common and medium $4<t6 heifers goot and choice S5.25C(i 6.50: com mon and nedium S4'B5.25; cows goo S3.75i64.25; common and medium 3.75: calves uieert good .and choice S6f 8.25: medium a4.25((T6. HOGS 7000- ooened 15-25C lower 1 shippers; top S9.50; better 180 to 250 Ib butchers S9.35W9.50: packers bidding S9 4 down; 150 to 180 Ib. weights S8.75(ft935 little action on lighter offerings: few bids stags S9.25 down. SHEEP 2.500: including 230 bille through: no early fat lamb bids: indica vions steady, asking stronger; best nativ and fed lambs held around S8.50; fat e- opened steady, medium to choice S2."i DOLLARS r*ER SHARE 400 350 300 DOW-JONES MONTHLY STOCK AVERAGES 30 INDUSTRIALS -20 RAILROADS-20 UTILITIES NJOLLARS PER SHARE 400 3SO Public Utility and industrial Stocks Quoted by A. M. Scb»nk« M* company, Telephone 1300, MBSOD City, o* and o"* c.u« CHICAGO LIVESTOCK (Tuesday Market) CHICAGO. '.i-*—U. S. department of ae- ri culture— HOGS 35000: includlne ".Mo direct; slow, mostly 101! 15c lower than Monday's average: spots oil more; top Sio.05: bulk eood and choice 190 to 300 Ibs. S9.75«i 10; comparable 130 to 180 largely $3.23? best sows $9.CO. CATTT^E !>.no<>: calves 2,000; very little done: all interests in market however and prospects steady except on bic weicht steers some of which sold late Monday flat dollar lower than week earlier- best yearlings early S12, but some h>!id above'si2.S<1: bulk steer and yearling crop promises so sell at $10^11.75 on better grades «ith lower grades 56,506 a.23: stockers r-nd feeders weak to 23c lower for the week to date: better cr:ide western stockevs sellins at $7.3067.90: verv httle done on common and medium Grades turninp at SS.50iS6.75: she stock slow, steady: bulls unchanged: vcalers weak: strictly choice weighty shipper kinds tendlnc lower; practical top wcish- ty sausacc bulls 55.50: outstanding kinds $5(55- very* f'-w selected vealers at <11- SnEET 'n.POO: including no directs: fat lambs operinc slow; indications fully stcadv to s!ronccr: sheep little chanced: sood'tn choice native and fed western lambs bid W..WC8.75: now asking 59 and above for choice handywcishts: few na- tivf ewes 53.501.4.50: feeding lambs scarce. SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK <Tur<5day Market) SOUTH ST. PAUL, <*•.—U. S. department of agriculture— CATTLE 3 ~'JO: slaughter steers slow, undertone about steady;! few well finished kinds here: bulk salable around $667.50 with belter short feds up to about 59: heifers weak: majority lower grades salable about S4.75iS6.50: odd lot." up to around S»: cows steady: low cutter to cutter grades S363.75: beef cows S4«j 3; bull* mostly steady: bulk M.aOQS.23; jtockcrs very dragly: most offerings sal- 4; odd lots feeders steady to S6.50ffi7.25. Representative Sales <T"«day Market) CHICAGO, tfi— U. S. department o! agriculture— Represents^ e sales: Slecrs — 44. 109*1 40 38D 22 inao 24 127! IS 14f)l 21 1010 15 BIN* 21 8W Heifers— 26 855 Heavy— 40 31" 60 300 59 281 6,1 264 Mc(*'Ums — 3*> 245 •>3 237 68 • 215 CATTLE. :is 12.65 20 12.25 16 1200 11 11.50:Cow;— 10.25 4 9.60 5 9. no S 8.25 9 .5 11.35, BOOR. (il 10. 00- Lights— 10. 05- 75 9.95 83 10.00 95 42 9.95' Light L 10.00:86 10.001102 SHEKP. 840 9.25 7<)5 8.25 820 .7.15 770 6.50 1162 6.50 1115 5.00 10RO 4.50 52(i 4.00 9(JU »>.J 209 9.90 194 9.90 187 9,85 172 9.75 165 9.65 ghls— 137 9.5C 145 9.0f Native Lambs— 'Slaughter ,„ 89 9,00 : YrarlmRS— AVERAGE GRAIN VALUES LOWER Brief Buying Hurries Put Wheat and Rye Up to Fresh Highs. CHICAGO, (/P)—Spasmodic brief buying flurries put wheat and rye up to fresh peak quotations Tuesday, but the markets averaged generally lower. Commission houses generally asked increased margins from customers, and this together with profit taking on the part of recent buyers was a notable factor causing setbacks. Speculative demand was much less in evidence than was the case Monday. At the close, wheat v.-as unchanged to 1% lower, compared with Monday's finish, Dec $1.33% to 1.33%, May $1.29'A to 1,29%, corn 1V4 to 2Vs down, Dec. $1.07 7 /g to 1.08, May new SI.04% to 1.04%, oats L 2 to % off, and provisions unchanged to 15 cents decline. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN. (Tuesday Market) CHICAGO v^—Cash wheat: No. 1 dark hard S1.40'/,: No. 1 hard SI.37'A: No. 2 hard S1.35'i(ffl.36. Corn: No. 4 mixed $1.01?*(II.WA; No. 5 mixed 98%cW$1.02; No. 2 yellow $1.1114; No 3 yellow Sl.OG'i'o1.07'A; No. 4 yellow SI O'fi-l OS'.V No. 5 yellow 98 3 AcHiS1.03: No. 3' white Sl.og'Afi'l.MV,: No.- t white $1.07"*'f« 1.08: No. 5 white Sl.02liff-l.97: sample (Trade 95W99C. Oats: No. 1 white Me; No. 2 white 53Vi «75-lc: No. 3 white 52<S:53',ic. Buckwheat: No. 3, $2.18. Soybeans: No. 2 yellow booked to ar- rive'sl 50'i; No. 2 vellow $1.4914: No. 3 yellow sl.49Htl.Wt: No. 4 yellow 1.4' Bsrley: Illinois No. 3 maltinc feed 68W88c nominal; maltinc ! nominal. Timothy seed $.*>.85<R6.10 cwt.; new $5.60 tfi5.85 cwt. Clover seed 524'" 3! cwt. Tjrd tierces 13.37: loose 12.57; bellies 16.50. Stock List NEW YORK STOCKS. (Tuesday i-'lnal Quotations) At Ch i Dye 232 Am Can Hi'/* Am Sm & Re 97'.t Am Sug Ref 55 Am T & T 186V. Am Tob B 90 '/i Am Wat Wks Anaconda A T & S F Auburn Auto Aviat Corp Bait J: Ohio Barnsciall Bendix Aviat Beth Stl Borden 5org-Warner an D G Ale 'anad PBC :ase Chi & N W 3 :hi Gt West 2 C M St P & P 2 C R I & P Chrysler Col G & El Comw & Sou ^on Edison Con Oil Con Can Cont Oil Del Corn Prod Ciirtiss-Wright Deere & Co 10I> D're &: Co pf M DuPont de N 180',; Gen Elec 52^ii en Foods 39»1 en Mot Wt Gillette I5 n '< Good'r T & R 23Ti Hudson Mot 20% llinois Cent 24'/ii nt Harvest 103Vi nt Nick Can 6.1% nt Tel & Tel 12% 'ohns-Manv 146 KresRe 23 ", Lib O F Gl 73 V, $1.30: Slffll.37 MASON CITY—For Tuesday 'o. 3 new yellow shelled corn $1.00 o. 4 new yellow shelled corn 98c New ear corn 96c itfhite oats, No. 3 46c Barley 60-90c Soybeans, No. 2 yellow SI.30 m 8.00 13 W 85 8.75'Z3n 94 •>00 78 8.50; 11 87 Fert WVn Lambs—'Slaughter Ewes— 130 450 200 210 85 102. 95 9.00200 110 89011 130 B.fin 14 165 8.50 " 100 Feeding Lambs- 70 58 4 50 4.50 4.00 3.50 7.40 Hides and Furs Qnolitioni Fnrnlsheii by Wolf Broi. Int.. SOS Filth Street Souf.hwejt. BORSEHIt'ES Horrchides T.REEN BEF.F HIDES Up to 25 • Ibs. 25 to 45 Ibs .More than 60 Ibs, ........ Bull hides •Cur-.-d hides half cent more .12.75 ....Blic 7c 7e .... 5c pound (On above prices a cent higher wholesale dealerj in wholesale lots.) to Mink Muskrat Weasel (white and brown* . Red Fox (heavy) Raccoon (heavy ordinary! Civel Cat Skunk lavcrace prime i FURS Ex. Lee. ;i-ge. Med. Smal J14.00 $12.50 511-00 $9.5C . 1.75 1.55 1.45 L2C .70 7.110 7.50 .40 .50 6.50 6.50 .35 .30 6.00 5.50 .30 1.75 1.50 1.40 1.1 wnolcsale and larce >o«. Mason City Grain TUESDAY GRAIN CLOSE. CHICAGO. VHEAT— Dec Way uly CORN— Dec day new ... flay old July new ... July old OATS— Dec May July SOYBEANS— Dec. May Tilly RYE— Dec May July BAHLEY— Dec :Ja.v LARD— Dec Jan Mar May July BELLIES— Dee Jan High 1.31'i 1,18'.', 1.09'« 1.0.1'/, 1.113 3.01% ..18 1 , 1.10^ 1.07V, 1.031. .15.S2 .13.52 .13.87 .14.10 .14.32 l^S 11 ), l.lS'.i 1.07U l.OS'.i 1.00". .97 H .51 .50 .451', 1.47 Vt 1.08 1.04 V, 13.42 13.45 13.72 13.90 14.12 Iff* — Close 1..1R, 1.29% 1.1 1.1177' 1.04'. 1.112% 1.00 .97 1.43V 1.47 2.W 52=:, 6% 22 22 V. TOi. 2C--.-J 85 151 12311 18 3 s , 45^» H".« 67 '/a 42V, 69% 61', Maytag MeK & Rob Mid Cont Pet Montg Ward Morrell & Co Nash Mot Nat Biscuit Nat Cash R Nat Dairy Pr Nat Distill Nat Pow & Li 11 N Y Central 43T Northern Pae Oliver Farm Packard Mot Param Pict Penney Fern T. H Philli?? Pet Radio Rey Tob B Sears Roeb Shell Union Soc-Vacuum Sou Pac Std Brands Std Oil Cal Std Oil Ind Std Oil N J Stewart-Warn Studebaker Swift & Co Texas Corp Tex Gulf Sul Timk Roll B Un Carbide Un Pac Unit Air Corp 29", United Corp 6" Unit Drug. H : U S Ind Alco 39 : U 'S Rubber «i U S Steel 78 Warner Pict 17'« West Un Tel Sl'.'i West El & M 14.1'/ 2 Wool worth G^'T Wrlgley Jr 76 13 Vs 29'/< 60% -13% IWt 33'/s 30 23 Vi 19'A 27'A 5s 11 10II?-. 40T« 49". r,-, 26% IS'A 42*. 15 40 4-1 >4 67 19 14V. 30 Vt 30 3 /. 74 103^ 131 Bid anov»="«e<3 Tuesday; ent St El 6 pet pfd <*2S par) ent St El 7 pd. pfd '.$25 par) ent St P It L 7 pc.t p£d ..... hamplin Ref la 7 ^ct pfd .. reamery Package com earst Cons A eo A Hormel A pfd co A Hormel. com •.. • • nterstate Power. 6 pet pfd ... nterstate power 7 pet pfd ... owa Elec Co 6'A,'pct pfd .... owa Elec Co 7 pet pfd -.--•• Elec Lt & Pow 6 oct pfd .. „ Elec Lt & Pow g'A pet pfd a Elec Lt k Pow 7 pet pfd .. Pow & Light 8 pet pfd .. Pow & Light 7 pet pfd .. Public Serv 6 pet pfd • . Public Serv S'a PCt pfd „ Public Serv 7 pet pfd 3 Souiri Utjl 6 pet pfd a South Util 6'A pet pfd South Util 7 pet pfd Minnesota P i L 6 pet pfd .. Minnesota P, & L 7 pet pfd .. •Northern St Pow 6 pet pfd .. Northern St Pow 7 pet pfd .. •J W Bel) Tel 6i/a pcf pfd ••? W St Portland Cement com *ath Packing 6 pet pfd Rath Packing 7 pet pfd Rath Packing com •• Sioux City Gas & El 7pct pfd United Lt & Rys 6 pet pfd . United Lt & Rys 6.36 pet pfd United Lt Rys 7pct pfd .. Western Grocer pfd ......... Western Grocer com lOVi 15. 90 24 Vi '21 . 11 12 ISVi 25" 22 proof o< »me mt th« Court Hou«.in Mason City, low., b*to« th« District Court of s»id County, or the Clerk of skjd Court: «nd »t I o'clock • P. Si d,y Vb"e mentioned .U intwrted. «r« hereby notified quired to .ppe«r, « wiy they h»ve. why said instrument should not be prob.ted »nd .llowed »s >nd for the !«t Will »nd Testament of "SLtefrt 1 £»on City. low.. November S. H. MAC PEAK. Clerk of District Court By— Margaret Biley. Deputy. 104 107 IB'/i 19% 21 17'A 20V, 52 67 '/, 69 <A 74 . 102V . 103 3 ,! . 99 . 100 '. 67 . 69 . 72 . 89% . 97 . 89 'A 95 110 23 100 101 32 96 R4 85 93 90 22 53 54 71 7« 104 104'A 101 -102 103 68 71 74 99 90 % 96'/a 112 26 102 103 3i 57'4 86 95 95 11% Produce STOCK MARKET GAINS SUPPORT Steels • and Specialties a Head of Fraction to 2 Point Advance. NEV7 YORK, (IP) — Steels an specialties attracted fresh buyin support in. Tuesday's stock mar ket and numerous issues posted advances of fractions to around 2 points. More public participation was noted in brokerage offices, the „,„_ ., theory being that part of the rec- I tained by calling several grocery ent huge store of extra'dividends stores . MASON CITY—For Tuesday Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse Eggs, current receipts 20< Heavy hens, 4% Ibs. and over I0c Under 4 ] /2 Ibs '' Springs, 5 Ibs. and over iuc Springs, under 5 Ibs bc Leghorn springs f' Cocks :•;•• All No. 2 poultry 4 cents less Merchants Quotations Eggs, in trade 22-25c Eggs, cash 21-24C Butter, Iowa State Brand Butter, Corn Country 38 Butter, Kenyon's 38 Butter .Very Best Butter, Brookfield Potatoes,-peck 39 and 50 •EDITOR'S NOTE—These rep resentative quotations were ob the C*m«teri*i MEMORIAL PARK—"The Cemetery Beautiful." f « r P «t.u a 1 maintenance. Office 612, L O, F. Building. Ph.. 172 or 1827J. G. M. Woodruff. . BEAUTIFUL Poinsettia plants for Christmas., Order from Kembles Greenhouse., Ph. 55. AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES Of JNCOKFO*AT1ON or the WAGNER MOTOR COMPANY tmw All Men by The" Present*: Tliat at a .-peciak meeting o£ tockholders of Wagner Motor Company corporation duly organized under he aws of the state of Iowa, held at the orporation's principal place of business n Mason City, Iowa, on the 30th day f October A. D. 1336. AMENDMENT: RESOLVED. That th« Articles of In- orporation be amended as follows: Article 1 . „ The ntm« o( the c.rponitlon .h.ll be PK1TCHARD MOTO* COM- P \VY "^ The president and secretary of the corporation were duly authorized and directed to sign, acknowledge^ record, publish snd do all things which are by aw required, to execute, complete and carry into effect the above amendmenj the articles of incorporation of said corporation. . We E H Wasner. and chairman, ana secretary of said meeting, do hcreo.v certify the above to be a true and correc. statement of the proceedings of the stockholders at the above named meet- ' Z. H. WAGNER. Chairman. LUCILE R. WAGNER. Secretary. Perionolt BOX 21. lovely Christmas cards, 39c $1 value. Mrs. Dearmin, 3262J. ATTENTION FARMERS — Our new 1937 farm record calendars are now available and you can gel yours at the Mason City Hardware store. Mason City Hatchery. THE COLFAX SANITARIUM, Colfax, It, specializes in rheumatism, neuritis, arthritis, vari- ose veins and convalescent Mineral 1 water and baths. Free book- et Classified Advertising Information PHONE 3800 Fifteen cents a line first Insertion. Ten cents a line for each consecutive subesquent insertion. (Count Itve average words line). Seven Insertions are given to the for the C...CAOO dealings at the start put the | ticker tape behind for a while. | Selling appeared here and there j later and, near the final _ hour, there were several conspicuous soft spots. The activity also dwindled. Transfers approximated 2,450,000 shares. Tggs U 6.132, n unsettled: extra first! cars nd local 2Sttc; fresh gradedI to*, cars Curb Market COMBINED HOC RECEIPTS. DES MOTNES. (/PI—tl. S. department Of tgriculture— Combined hog receipts at 22 concentra- ion yards and..9 packing .plants Joca'ed n interior Iowa and southern Minnesota •or the 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m. Tuesday were 30,800 compared with 28,- lOO a week ago and 19.800 a year ago. Prices unevenly 5c to 15c lower, mostly Oc to 15c under Monday's average, trade undertone rather slow at the decline and .oadine slow. Quotations follow: Light -lights 140 to 160 Ibs eood and choice S7.15ffl8.35: h?ht weights 160 to ISO Ibs. S8.10i{?9.25: 180 to Ibs $9 25^9.65: medium weights -00 to 220 Ibs. S9.45«?9.90: 220 to 250 Ibs. Sfl.45 55-990- heavy weights 250 to 290 Ibs. S9.45 «T990- 290 to 350 Ibs. S9.301?9.90: packing sows '75 to 350 Ibs. rood $9ff9.40: 350 to 425 ibs. S8.80fi9,25: 425 to 5.M Ibs. $8.60®9. WOOL MARKET. BOSTON. I/PI—U. S. department of agriculture— Inquiries fcr domestic wools were more frequent Tuesday than for over a week, and some sales were being closed. Fine original bag territory wools were getting the bulk of the call, but all grades had some demand. Short French combine fine territory wools in original bags were firm nt 97c-Sl scoured basis. Average to good French combing brought SI.01-1-03, and bulk staple combing ungraded wools moved at $1.03-1.05 scoured basis. NEW YORK, im—Active buying in all divisions sent prices higher in the curb market Tuesday, with leaders registering gains of fractions to arouna 2 points. Mining and utility shares were In favor Newmont was up about 2. and Bunker Hill & Sullivan. Lake Shore. Sunshine. Niagara Hudson. Electric Bond & Share, American- Gas & Electric, Gulf Oil .Creole. Jones & Laughlin and Aluminum Co. Ltd. were higher on good vol- A few weak spots developed'.with the higher priced and Volatile Sincer Mfg. otf several points, while Wayne Pump, P.m- American Airways and Wright Har- grcavcs were a shade lower. Bond Market .94 .8614 13.45 13.45 13.72 13.95 14.17 16.40 16.75 MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN (Tnesd»y Mirkct) MINNEAPOLIS. (/P)—Wheat 77 cars; ^B cent lower; No. 1 heavy dark northern spring 60 Ibs. S1.51 Vbei.fiO'/i: No. 1 dark northern spring 59 Ibs. tl.SOViffi; 1 59V4: 58 bs. $1.49'.4ffil.58'A; fancy No. 1 hard Montana W per cent protein 51 43'/iiifl.45'/i; grade of No. 1 dark hard or No. 1 hard Montana winter ' KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK. (Tuesday Market) KANSAS CITY. (JPi—U. S. department ot agriculture— HOGS 2,500: 760 direct: rather slow; steady to lOc lower than Monday's average on 170 Ibs. up; underweights 10-15c off top $9.75; desirable 200 Ibs. up mostly $9.60«r9.75; 170 to 190 Ibs. S9.25«5)9.RO; better grade 140 to 160 !bs. 58.50^9.25; sows S9«?.9.50; stock Pigs 57.50 down. CATTLE 5.000; calves 1,000: reduced supply killing cattle selling on a rtiady to strong basis; packers resisting higher asking prices; vealers and calves steady: stockers ar.i feeder? steady: no strictly choice or prime fed steers or yearlings offered several loads medium to good short feds early S8K9.25; yearlings held around $Hv good heavy short fed helfcra S7 25- most grass heifers down from load good cows 'up to S5.75; low cutters and cutters mostly $3ffl3.85: practical top ilers $9; several cars feeders »7.2.)f? 8.25. GOVERNMENT BONDS (TuesJ»y Quotations) NEW YORK, (/n—U. S. bonds closc-1: Treasury 4%s 47-52 121.23. Treasury 4s 44-54 116.4. Treasury 3 3 .is 40-43 June 108.8. Treasury 3%s 43-47 110.30. Treasury 3',',s 46-49 108.25. Treasury 3s 51-55 106.12. 1.39'A: hard amber durum No. 1. *1.50'<4 (ft/1.58',4: No. 1 red Jl.SSVi. Corn, No. 3 ye low 51.00ai.10; 2 cents lower. i Oats. No. 3 white SO'/'uffiKlviiC. NEW YORK, yP)—Buying activities continued to make for a higher level of quotations in the rail and industrial convertible divisions of the bond market Tuesday. A few issues were hesitant under profit selling inspired by recent sharp gains. Youngstown Sheet and Tube 3'/is and Chesapeake corporation 5s slid back about a point during early trading. Allis Chalmers 4s, which have been called for redemption this month, forged ahead to a new high around 219. up 1. Studebaker 6s. International Hydro Electric 6s and Pure Oil 4Vis added substan- .ial fractions/ Trading interest in low and medium priced rails was stirred by reports car- oadings are holding at exceptionally good levels considering the seasonal trends. Buyers paid moderately higher for Baltimore and Ohio 4'As. Chicago and Vorth Western «is. rie 5s. Illinois Central 4 3 /<s, Southern Railway 4s and Missouri Pacific 5s. U S governments slanted lower with losses at mid-day ranging from l-32nd to 5-32nds of a point. South Americans in the foreign divisions were mostly at new highs fov the current advance. Europeans lost grouni MINNEAPOLIS FLOUR. (Tuesday Market) MINNEAPOLIS. iffl—Flour: Carloai ts a barrel in 98 Ib. cotton sacks: Fam ily patents unchanged. ?7.«<T/ 7.SO: stand ard patents unchanged, »7.30«7.45. Shipments 12.432. Pure bran $33.50634. Standard middlings *34 Hi 34.50. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. (Tuesday Market) OMAHA, VP)—U. S. department of agri OU HO^r 10,500; steady to 15c lower: to S9W, 200 to 210 Ibs. J9.5I)@9.60; 180 t ^00 Ibs $9.35®9.55; 160 to 180 Ibs. $96)9.40 120 to 150 Ibs. J7.50«8.85; pigs down ' $6: sows J9.40. CATTLE 4.000; calves. 500; steady steers J8.50fflll.50; heifers $7.500:9; cow S/tfi-525: cutters I3f«3.75; bulls $4.50? 5,25; vcalers $8.58. few J9. SHEEP 4.500; J8.3S. 15c higher; lambs up I hens nd local 28ci current receipts 37c; ieerator standards 26V',c. Poultry: Live, 56 trucks, steady; ,=, Ibs. up ]5'/ic: less than VA Ibs. 12 '. eghorn hens 10'Ac; springs 4 H».«P olored H'ic; Plymouth Rock H'/sc. ?hite Rock 15c; less than 4 Ih ;. cotored 3c: Plymouth Rock 14c: W hlte( . Ro ^ 4',ic; colored broilers J5c: Plymouth and Vhitc Rock 16c: Leghorn chickens 11 '.-c. oosters 12c: Leshorn roosters lie: tureys: Hens I7c: young tomsl6c: old 13c to. 2 turkeys IZc: ducks: White 4% Ibs D 14c: colored 13V,c; small white and ilored lie: northern ceese 13c: southern ic: capons 7 Ibs. up 19c: less than 7 Its. Dressed turkeys steady: hens younc OK.C- old 18c- toms young 18 Ibs. up 20c: °« Than "is Ibs. ZO'Ac: old IRc: No. 2 tur- eys 15c; southweste; n turkeys: Young ens and toms 18'ACMSe- NEW rOEK PRODUCE. (Tuesday Market) NEW YORK. (/Pi-Egg* 15-™-. lirm "; ,ivcd colors: Refricerators. special packs 4c- standards 27' firsts 27'-<^ Hie: seconds 26«26%c: other m.xed col- 's unchanged. . . . Butter 8.209. firmer: creamery higlier han extra 34'/,<fi35c: ..xtra 192 score I 34c: irsts ISS-91 scoresi 32«, 84-87 scores) 31'/4«i32'/«c: centralized core) 33',jC. , Cheese 327,724. firm and unchanced. Live poultry sK-ady. by freight: Chick. env Rocks l«c: colored mixed with Rocks ?c;' Lechorn »«f lOc; other freight pnccs mcr.anged. ^^^ DISPLAY ADVERTISING 70 cents a column inch each insertion A discount of 15 per cent will be allowed on all classified advertisements paid for at the time of insertion or no later than S days thereafter. .,...., No credit extender! for classified ad vertising if there Is an account thirtj days old or more. All out-oi-town ads are payable in «d- M] refunds on Want Ads must bi cabled lor within 30 days of the can cellation date of the order. Minimum charge for single advertise ment, 25 cents. ' , Answer to "blind" advertiscmen must be addressed to the letter stated in the ad, care of the Globe-Gazette Under .no circumstances will the Globe Gazette reveal the name of those sertinc "blind" advertisement*. PHONE 3800 between 8 a. m. and 6 p. m. and for the Ad Taker. seconds (90 rnonucE (Tuesday Market] CHICAGO' OP>—Butter futures closed: Storage standards, December 32»i,c: January 32Vjc: February 32 1 /«c. •' futures: Refrigerator standards. Occe-nber 26',«: January 26Vic: fresh graded firsts. February 25c. Polutn future;: Id,:!;;' Kussets, January $2.68; March grade A 52.08. NEW YORK SUGAR. (Tuesday MurleeO YORK. (/n-Raw suEsr im- at 4.80C for fine SEE the apron lady at 202 S. Fed. with the Four for Ten Photo Shop. Special apron sale, 79c. Lost and Found ,OST—Car keys in brown case. 412 1st N. W. Ph. 705. Money to Loon 8 $25 to $300 Loans REPAYMENT AS LOW AS $5 PER MONTH You may have urgent need for cash to satisfy the demands of the Yuletide season, or for emergencies, or winter necessities. If so—now is the time to get acquainted with us—to learn we are a friendly, constructive personal linance service. Loans made to single people or married couples. See us early this week to avoid delay in gel- ting cash when you need it Phone 1414. United Financial Service 8 1st N. W. Masor. City LOW COST LOANS You'll like Humphrey's friendly service and liberal policy. 19% N. Fed.— Ph. 578 LOANS Lodge Notices OUEEN'REBEKAH LODGE NO. L O. O. F. HALL 7:30 t, M. Meet First nnd Third Fri. of each month. P. N. G. A. First Thurs. of each month. MRS. U. W. DAVIS. N. G. Ph. 23?9. MRS. WIN NUTTING. R. S. Ph. 3484J MRS. R. E. KOLWINSKA, F. S. Ph. 1488J. HARDING LOHCE NO. 6ilil A. F. AND A. M. 7:30 f. M. Staled meeting First Friday of each month. U L. RAYMOND. W. M. Phone 582 C. HALPHIDE, S«C'y. Phone 249 Refined unchanecd granulated. Miscellaneous BENEVOLENCE LODGE NO.. H A. f. AND A. M. 7:30 F. M. Stated communication First Thursday of each month. G. L. WOOD. W. M. D. D. GILBEBT, Scc'y. Death Notices 1 CHICAGO POTATOES. ' (Tuesdiy Market) CHICAGO, W— U. S. department of ag- lC p U o£to e =T 50: on tracK 224; tot,, US. shipments 433; steady, demand slow, sup- pi « rather light: sacked per Russet Burbanlcs U. S. No 1. " dcoendtni! on size and quality. U. i>. Michigan Russet HuralsJU. o. . . LEGAL^JOTICE NOTICE OF PEOBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gprdo County, ss. In DistTtct Court October No. 4P3J To All Whom It M»y ^"••"L.-r. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEO an instrument of writing purporting to be the. last Will and Testament of Andrew S Miller. Deceased, dated July ? 7 T* lib. hav,ns been thl« day fi^d opened and read. Monday the 28th rtay o£ December, 1036, !s- fixed for hearing Term, 1936 That LONG. Mary Jane, 84, died at her home in Mount Vernon township Sunda}' morning following an illness. Funeral services will be held at 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the home and at 2 o'clock at the M. E. church a1 Burehinal, with the Rev. George A Fulton, Iowa Falls, in charge Burial will be at Mount Vernor cemetery. The Patterson funera, home in charge. UP TO $300.00 Furniture, Autos, Livestock, Machinery, Diamonds and other Personal Property. Anywhere in North Iowa. Interest charged only on the unpaid balance for the actual time used. FREE INFORMATION C. L. Pine Loan Co. Diagonally Opp. 1st. Nat'l Bank. 204 Weir Bldg.; Mason City, Iowa MONEY SPECIAL REDUCED INTEREST Rates and Terms on Loans A«it Vou Tot. Yrly. Tot. Amt.,Amt. Pd. Charge $ 5.50 8.25 11.00 .00 Want $ 50.00 75.00 100.00 20:1.00 300.00 33.00 of Note Weekly t 55.50 *1.0« 83.25 J.SO 111.00 2-00 222.00 <.0fl .133.00 Come In — Phone In Compare and «ee us *bout our many plans. INDUSTRIAL CREDIT CORP. ' Over Penney 's W. KOENEKE. Phon« 1521 M«l«er. . WE HAVE MOVED TO 722 SOUTH FEDERAL SAGE, Stanley Ray, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sage, 812 Polk avenue southwest, died at the home of his parents Tuesday morning following an-illness o, four days. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Patterson funeral home, with- the Re_v. David L Kratz in charge of services. Buna! will be at Memorial Park cemetery. The Patterson funeral home in charge. Card of Thanks A Visit to Santa Claus Land By Brandon Walsh SOWS TO INSPECT AT/ ArlD r?£iA/ StAT/OMS CEfZftIN EVES'/THING 3BPEK r<J/? CHRISTMAS BE HOfJoREV aTicJ 3lilij spend Kdpp4 Hours of Tonland-tohen sudden^ Th prised & delighted To receive dn irtvltalton from Santa CldUS I CAH Tfit BY MAIL,THlS IS SOWS We wish to thank our friends and relatives, also Fidelity Life Ass'n., Women of the Moose. Moose lodge and I. O. F. for their sympathy and kindness expressed at the death of our beloved husband and father and for the beautiful floral offerings. Mrs. Fred G. Freitag, Perry Freitag, Clara Gilmore, Mrs. Vern Mott. GROUND GRIP MAKES ITS OWN ROAD CUMIN AT £S N££D OF CHAINS We wish to thank our friends, neighbore and relatives for their s-i^mpathy and kindness expressed at the death of our beloved wile and] mother and for the beautif"! florbl offerings. Mr. 3. B. Allen and Children. Funeral Director* i Funeral Home— Comete service day and night 8 S. Adims. Phone 651. MEYER Funeral Home—Dependr ejble service. 126 Third St N. E. Phine 1505. ______ PAtTERSON Funeral Home—A service for those who care. Ambulance. 322 N. Wash. Phone 1140. RANDALL Funeral lance service. 104 3rd St N. E. Ph. 51V C. E. Snipps. H. B. Major. -'F T AUTO SUPPLY » SEKVKI STORES 115 E. STATE Your Car Represents MONEY Get the use of this money for Christmas buyinff and winter expenses.'by txw- rowfriK on our convenient low cost AUTO LOAN PLA.V- For detail* e»U »t our «f- flce. south of old Port Office, or phone 670. MIDLAND INVESTMENT CO.

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