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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 18 1936 HOGS STEADY TO 15 CENTS LOWER SUPPLY MORE THAN EXPECTED Choice Lightweights Hold Up; Top Price Drops to $10.15. CHICAGO, OT—The hog market supply was stepped up enough Friday to permit buyers to gain control and force the lowering of quotations. "With the run oJ 25,000 exceeding advance estimates by 7,000 head, sellers let go their receipts at prices that were unchanged to as much as 15 cents below Thursday's average. Choice light weights held up. The top, however, showed the full decline, falling to $10.15. The cattle run dwindled to week-end proportions and, with common and medium grades predominating, buyers showed little enthusiasm. Prices were generally unchanged, however, but there were no sales in early rounds at recent top level above $12. The stocker and feeder market was slow and mostly unchanged. Shipments of feeder cattle into the corn belt from July through November have been the smallest in 18 years, according to a leading trade authority. This, livestock men said, indicates the influence that the small corn crop has had on cattle feeding operations. Fat Iambs gained 10 to 15 cents, the early top reaching $9.15. Wholesale pork loin and beef carcass prices were unchanged. Hog Markets MIIMVEST HOGS Hog prices at midwest markets Friday: OTTUMWA—HOES 5 cents lower. 140150 Ibs. ?".20(U7.50; 150-160 Ibs. 57.70©8: 160-170 Ibs. $e.20m8.50: 170-180 Ibs. $8.95 fu.8.25: 180-200 Ibs. $9.25ffi9.55; 200-325 Ibs. $9.45(6.9.75; 325-350 Ibs. ?9.30®9.60; 350-400 Ibs. S9.106j9.40; packers 275-350 Ibs. $8.95a9.:5; 350-425 Ibs. $8.8069.10: 425-550 Ibs. $8.60<U8.90. WATERLOO—Hogs 5 cents lower. Good to choice 140-150 Ibs. $6.9067.20; 150-160 Ibs. S7.508i7.00: 160-170 Ibs. S8.15 (fl'8.45; 170-180 Ibs. S8.90&9.20: 180-200 Ibs. $9.30&9.60; 200-325 Ibs. S9.50fe>9.80; 323-350 Ibs. S9.30f(i9.60; packing sows 275350 Ibs. $9.05f«9.35: 350-425 Ibs. 58.85(5 9,15: 425-500 Ibs. $8.65(88.95; 500-550 Ibs. S8.45K8.75. CEDAR RAPIDS—Good hogs 140-150 Ibs. S7.20fi7.50; 150-160 Ibs. 57.70O8; 160170 Ibs. $8.20<(18.50: 170-180 Ibs. S8.90® 9.20; 180-200 Ibs. $9.25419.55; 200-325 Ibs. ?9.454>9.75; 325-350 )bs. $9.30lji'9.60; good packers 275-350 Ibs. S9®9.30: 350-425 Ibs. S8.80lil9.IO; 425-500 Ibs. S8.60r«8.90; 500550 Ibs. S8.40(*i8.70. AUSTIN—Hogs steady: cood to choice 180 to 200 Ibs. $9.15(&9.45; 200 to 290 ibs. S9.50ftt9.80-, 290 to 325 Ibs. S9.40fn9.70; 325 to 350 Ibs. S9.30flS.60: packing sows good 275 to 550 Ibs. $8.55<(i9.35. 1.800, steady to strong; strictly good lo choice venlers $8.50(59.50; strictly choice selects $10; medium grades down to $6,50; other throwcmt* $44i 5.50. HOGS 11,000; market fairly active, steady to lOc lower than Thursday; v,'eigm.s 180 Ibs. up and sows showing decline; top S9.80; better !70 to 300 Ibs. $9.65019.00; 150 to 170 Ibs- $9.254*9.70; 120 to 150 Ibs. $8.25«i9.25; fat 100 to 120 Ibs. S7.50SJ8.50: mostly S7.75 up; Kood sows lareely S9.40,'" 9.65; heavies down to S9.25 and under; feeder pigs scarce; average eo.st Thursday S9.75; weight 215. SHEEP 3.000: very little done on small supply natives and fed iambs; buyers talking steady: .sellers askins 25c hicher; indications steady on other classes: !at lambs Thursday S8.25U 8.00: bulk $8.50. MILLIONS OF DOLLARS 500 400 300? zoo: 100 UNITED STATES FOREIGN- TRADE EXPORTS AND IMPORTS BY MONTHS SOURCE' BUREAU. OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC COMMERCE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS 500 1935 © I 1936 Public Utility and Industrial Stocks Quoted by A. M. Schanke and company, Telephone 130(1, M*son City. Bid nnJ as):ed Thursday: Cent St T.I (> pet pfd IS25 par) 9V« 10Vj Cent St E! 7 vet pf'i .$25 P" 1J « Cent St •' 'i L 7 pet pfd .. 15 15ft Cliamplin Ref ia 7' pet pfd .. SO Creamery Package com •» -» Hearst Cons A 21'A j.1 „ Geo A Hormel A pfd 104 10. Geo A Hvr-riel com J»« '»'« Interstate Power 6 pet pfd .. li 19 .-a Interstate Power 7 pet pfd .. j» 21 Iowa Electric Co 8'A pet .pfd M 52 Iowa Electric Co 7 pet pfd ..51 5., la El Lt & Pow 6 pet pfd . . 68 7U la El Lt & -Pow 6Vi pet pfd 69 n la El Lt & Pow 7 pet pfd ..74 76 la Pow & Lt 6 pet pfd .... 100 102 If. Pow & Lt 7 pet pfd .... 101 103 la Public Serv 6 pet pfd .... 99 101 la Public Serv 6'A pet pfd .. JOT 102 la Public Serv 7 pet pfd .... 101 103 la South Util 6 pet pfd .... 67 69 la South Util 6% pet pfd ..68 70 la South Util 7 pet pfd .... 72 i4 Minnesota P" & L 6 pet pfd .. 91 93 Minnesota P & L 7 pet pfd .. 93 101 Northern St Power 6 pet pfd 39 91 Northern St Power 7 pet pfd 95 S7 N W Bell Tel 6'A pet pfd 110 112 N TV St Portland Cem com ., 24 26 Ram Packing 6 pet pfd 100 102 Rath. Packing 7 pet pfd Ill 103 Raih Packing com ..•- 33 Vi 34 Sioux City G & El 7 pet pfd 96 98 United Lt" & Rys 6 pet pfd 84 86 United Lt & Rys 6.36 pet pfd 85 87 United Lt & Rys 7 pet pfd ..32 94 Western Groeer pfd 90 95 Western Grocer com 10 12 Local Livestock MASON CITY—For Frldav HOGS Steady. Good licht iichts 149-130 S C.J5- 6.85 Good licht lights ... 150-160 S 7.00- 7.30 Good lichts 1SO-170 S 7.70- 8.00 Good lights 170-180 S 8.40- 8.70 Good light butchers 1CO-200 S 9.15- 9.45 Good licht butchers 200-220 S 9.40- 9.70 Good me. \vt. butch. 210-250 S 9.40- 9.70 Good me. wt. butch. 250-270 S 9.40- 9.70 Good me. wt. butch. 270-290 S 9.40- 9.70 Good heavy butchers 290-325 S 9.40- 9.70 Good heavy butchers 325-350 S 9.25- 9.55 Good heavy butchers 350-400 S 9.05- 9.35 Good packing sows . 275-350 S 8.95- 9.25 Good heavy sows 350-425 S 8.75- 9.05 Good big heavy sov.j 425-50C S 8.55- 8.85 Good big heavy sows 500-550 S 8.35- 8.63 [The above is a 10:30 truck hog market for good and choice hogs. 1 The difference in price is for short and long haul hogs.) CATTLE. Steers, choice to prime .... S 9.00-10.25 Steers, good to choice S 7.00- 9.00 Steers, medium to good S C.OO- 7.00 Steers, fair to medium .... S 5.00- 6.00 Low grade steers S 3.50- 4.25 Heifers, good to choice S 8.50-10.00 Grass heifers, mec:. to good S 4.00- 6.00 Grass heifers, com. to med. S 3.00- 4.00 Cows, good to choice S 3.50- 4.50 Cows, fair to good S 3.15- 3.75 Cutters S 3.00- 3.25 Carmen 52.50-^.75 Bulls, heavy S 4.25- 4.75 Bulls, light , S 3.50- 4.25 Calves, gd. to choice 130-1PO S 6 50- 5 00 Calves, med. to grod 130-190 S 4.50- 5.50 Olves, infer, to gd. 130-190 S 4.25 down LAMBS Lambs, cd. to choice 70-90 Lambs, med. to good 70-90 Lambs. :a:r to med. 70-90 Lambs, common . Yearlincs. cd, to ch, 70-M Yearlings, medrj.n to cood SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK. (Friday Market! SIOUX CITY, !,}•>—U. S. department of agriculture— "CATTLE l.ooo; calves loo: slaughter classes generally steady: steers and yearling* quality plain; most short fed and warmed up kinds salable $7.50(ri9; oecf cows largely S4r ( /5.25; cutter prades moderately aciive S3.25''J3.75: odd lots common and medium stocks steady al $6 down. Current stocker and feed cattle quolations: Stt-ers 550 to 500 Ibs. good and choice SGfuS: common and medium S3.75'-( 6: 800 to ].03n lb. cood and choice Sfi-'iS: common and medium S4f«6: heifers good nrid choice S. r > -~5 f ti 6.50; common and medium S4'i">.25: TOWN good S3.75^4.25; common and medium S3.25C3.75: calves isteen izoud and choice S6ra8.25: medium S4.23 '' 6. HOGS 8,">00: early butcher demand limited to SS on weicll'ts 200 Ibs. down: most]v 10-15c lower; shipping demand narrow: 170 70 280 lb. liehts S9.35W9.P5; packers biddinc S9.65 on heavier butchers: 150 to 170 lb. weiqnts SB 75(79.35; ™ to 150 !b. avcraees S8.2."iC8.75: s!auc,ner piix S7«;8.25; <ows bid S9..iO: feeders dull. SHEET 2.(iOO: early fat lamb bids steady: better natives and fed wooled skins i:p to'S8.50: odri lots slaughter ewes salable chiefiv S4 down: load fed offer- u-"s held above S-J.25: feeder Iambs «csrre- l.iie Thursday lambs mostly iteadv: hulk belter trades sa.25«?8.50. O«\ll\ LIVESTOCK. (Friday Market) OMAHA, '.' 1; —t". S. department of agriculture— lines 9 (WO; steady to lOc hicher: top 5991V 200 to 300 Ibs. S9.65'<r9.85: 160 to 170 Ibs S8.7.- •'19.40: 120 to 150 Ibs. S7.75UJ 9.13; oics SB5J7.75; S9.SOW9.60. CATTIE 1000- calves 20(1: steady: steer'. 57.757j~9.35: heifers $7.5009.05: cows S4.35WC.50; cutter* S3.23iS4: bulls S450ft- 5 4(1- vealers S9.50 down. SHEEP 750: steady; lambs S8.3SW8.50. .Ycarlinps. fair to medium Yearlings, culls Native ewes, nood to choice Culls, ewes BucJcs Wethers, 2 year olds Wethers, old Buck lambs SI lows. Xo dock on lambs. Quotations subject to market tjons. S 7.00- 7.75 ! S 6.00- 7.00 j S 3.75- 5.75 S 3.75 down $ 5.00- 6 00 S 4.00- 5.00 I S 3.00- 4.00 S 2.00- 2.50 S 2 00- :I.OO s i.oo- i.sn S 1.1X1- 2.00 J 5.0(1- S.CiO J 3.00- 5.00 LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO. •-"*—Official estimated receipts for Saturday: Cattle 500; hoes 000; sheep 1.000. Representative Sales Heavy 45 flurtua- | 29 CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. (Friday Mxrkft) CHICAGO, (iT—U. S, department of agriculture— HOGS 25,000; ir.i-.uding 7.100 direct; unevenly steady 10 15c lowe,- than Thursday's average; choice under 180 i'o. weights holding up: extreme top S'0.15: bulk well finished 190 to :on Ibs. S<).90>!, 10,10; comparable 150 to !80 Ibs. largely 59.50^9,90; several loads S9-95; best sou's 39.75. (FriiUy MarkrtV CHICAGO, IT 1 .—U. S. department of ann culture— Representative HOGS Wcicht— 'Lip 29fi 10.1(1 7fi 288 lOW 35 271 10.10 R9 260 10. !5 S3 Medium We-ichls— 'I.iSht Lic'nls— VI 241 1" OS B2 l->9 i 3S 230 10 10'lO.i 148 ! TR 227 10.00 68 209 1C.05' CATTLE. Native Lambs— 'Fall Shorn Lamb: 120 SG 9. IS WORLD WHEAT MARKETS BOOM Chicago Futures Two and Half to Over Four Up at Close. CHICAGO, (&) — Soaring 5% cents a bushel maximum here Friday, wheat in all the world markets reached the highest price level attained in years. Speculative trading fever was strongly in evidence, aroused by big export purchases, estimated as totaling around 2.000,000 bushels at Winnipeg, and by a renewal of war talk. Rye. a companion breadstuff, continued to skyrocket with wheat. At the close, wheat futures in Chicago were 2\- 2 to 4% cents above Thursday's finish, December $1.39% to S1.3914, May S1.33H to $1.33%: corn '/R cent off to ] i cent up, December S1.08 n s to SI.081,4, May new S1.04'A to $1.04%: oats '/4 to % cent advanced, and provisions varying from 5 cents decline to a gain of 2 cents. Stock List NEW YORK STOCKS. (Friday Final Quotations) Al Ch & Dye 228 Am Can 113 Am Sm & Re 92'A Am Sue Ref 52-s. AT&T 184. ft Am Tob B 96'A Am Wat Wks 25*i 50 'A 70 74 14 13 26'i (S 3 . Anaconda A T & S F Auburn Auto Aviat Corp B & O Sarnsdall Bendix Aviat Beth SU Borden Borg Warner 6'A 22 2 Hi 26?4 7 4 " 2 26 80 Vi Con D G Ale 22" Can Pac Case C & N W C G W C M St P A C R I & P Chrysler Col & El 146 3'i 2 "A P 2 2 121 17'i Comw & Sou Cons Edison Cons Oil Cont Can Cont Oil Del Corn Prod Curtiss Wrisht fi% Deere 101 Deere pf . 30'A DuPont de N HO'-a 44 65' 63', CHICAGO CASH CHAIN". ^Friday Marketl CHICAGO I^PI—Cash wheat. No. 1 hard S1.4P.1&1.43; No. 2 hard U.40S1.41; No. 2 hard wcevily S1.39. Corn. No. 2 yellow Sl.lOVi: No. 3, SI 07'i'a'l 09- No. 5. $l.n3<&1.07; No. 5. Me ifi.Sl.04: No .3 white Sl.W.ifi-1.12; No. 4. Sl.ORiSl.09; No. 5. S1.05B1.0G: sample grade 93'4ca$l. Oats No 1 white 54c; No. 3. 53Vi«75:ic; No. 3, 53 «!• 53 Vic: sample grade 51'-ic; sample crade choice 54'.5C. Soybeans. No. 2 yellow ?1.58ffil.">9: No. 3. Sl".58«il.58'i: No. 4, S1.57. Barlev feed R3''i 9<lc nominal: maltinc Si™ 1.3o" nominal. Timothy seed $5.85"iB.IO cwt.; new so.60 a 1 3 r,5 trwt. Clover seed $24(S.1t rwt. Lard, tierces $13.37; loose $12.fifl; bellies SIB.Sn. Gen Elec Gen Foods Gen Mot Gillette Goodyear Hud Mot il Cent nt Harv nt Nick Can T & T ohn« Manv resge sales: WciCht— 197 184 171 1"4 10.00 9.8-n 9.75 e.nn Mason City Grain 131 120 in 71 i Fed West ] 200 409 CATTLE 2,000: calves jOO: beef Mecrs generally steady; common and medium yearlings and licht weiehis Bredomin.it- ; n ri me in run: few medium fleshed licht weichts S3.15fi025; remaininc crop mostly S5.25'B-7.50: strictly cood and choice fed heifers absent: unreliable outlet for ;4 lower zrades selling from S4.75f?i R.. r )0: beef 20 rows and cutter?, somewhat uneven bui 33 mostly steady: cutter and lower trade ] fi href cows S3.30^74.50: with sprinklinc "n- 13 ward from 55.25: bMlis and vcalcrs sieadv: jj mostly sausacc hirls S4.50iR. r ..25: although ]<; S5.SS still quotable: vealers mostly SX.SO * 10.50; only few .-.hippine weights m»ic- tns Sll: stocker^ and feeders slow, steady. SHEF.P 7,000; inr^tldinc 200 direct: fat lambs moderately active; mo;t early r,ales | 10-15c hiKher: sheep steady: other classes scarce: Rood to choice native and fed western lambs S8.75i<-9: early top W15 nn choice natives to small killers; choice ranee ewe? 14 £.0: natives mostly $3.r,0'i 4.50. inn mis POO 1 00 plauchtr-r Ew 9.00'us "0 900 200 113 E.75 11 143 9.Ml <1 86 0,no 9.00' SIIFEP. ! Heifers— 1! 40 11 9.00 IR a.so 12 son it 7 7.T Cowv— 7..W 2 7.0(1 12H.1 11RO 1040 910 R50 4.50 1,5(1 4.00 R.50 7.SCI 7.Ml fi..iO 6.00 6..VX ,'i.no 4.15(1 4 no 3.50 SOT'TH ST. FAIT. LIVESTOCK (Friday Market' SOUTH ST PAtL, lf : — U. S. department of agriculture— CATTLE 2,400; supplies light and mostly lower grades; market active, fully steady to strons on slrttichter 'steers and she stock: few common and medium slaughter steers S5.50ifK.50; some bc'.icr lots held around S? nnd above; most heifers suitable to RCI at S. r ,fu7: very thin kinds down to S4: lew rutter and cutter cows j3.25-'«4: beef LOWS around S4 :'..'n 3 a few to S3.50 or mO.-c: bulls stronc, mostly jr>'T2f,c hichi-r for two days; bulk J1.7SW5.25. cood fat bulls $5.56 «i 575; stockers scarce, quotably steady: cal,-es MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN. (Friday Market) MINNEAPOLIS, 'w-— Wheat 39 cars, 3c to 4c hiphcr 1 No. 1 heavy dark northern spritic 60 Ibs. S1.57(i!l.66: No. 1 dark northern sprinc 59 Ibs. Sl.5SSrl.65: 58 ibs. SI.55'«1.64: fancy No. 1 hard Montana 14 protein $1.4"Vfl.49; to arrive $!.4, r >® 1.47; crade of No. 1 dark hard or No. 1 hard Montana winter 51.41<a 1.43: No, 1 hard amber durum $i.!>4«i 1.65; No. 1 red durum 51.26. Corn No. 3 yellow $1.09 ! i*l.lliVi: un- MASON CITY—For Friday. No. 3 new yellow shelled corn • • • • 9Si c No. 4 new yellow shelled corn 96c New ear corn - 94c White oats, No. 3 46c Barley 60-90C Soybeans, No. 2 yellow $1.30 FRIDAT GRAIN CLOSE. CHICAGO, WHEAT— Kich Low Dec 1.40'i 1.36'-i May 1.35^ 1.3PA CORN— . !},,£. i.ofp/i LOR May new l.ofi MM 1 ; May old 1.04 1.02".; July new 1.02'', 1.01'i July old l.oo .39'-i OATS— Dn- 32'-= -''I'' May Sl'« ••'°' 1 < July ... .461.', -4.-'< SOYBEANS— Dec May 1.5» l-' fi July RYE— Dec I.IO'l I-I'W May 1.1-W I.'2'4 July 1.03% 1.07 BARLEY— Dec May LARD— Dec ".47 13.40 Jan 13.50 »- 45 Mar. 13.80 13.65 Mav 14.00 13.90 Jful'v 14.22 14.12 RELLTES— Dec .Inn DOW JONES AVERAGES Inrf.. Rails nils. _ ., lto.20 54.43 ,"5.04 ' • M • ; 1 910.000 Tolal Sales 1 ' BM ' CHICAGO STOCKS Butler Bros 14V. Marsh Fields Cord Corp 4V. Walgreen Co NEW TORK CURB Elec 38'<i Lockheed COVi:i!NMKNT BONDS. (Friday Quotations! NEW YORK. i.-V.—U. S. uoverninciit bonds closed: Treasury 4>'»s 47-52 121.10. Treasury 4s 44-54 115.22. Treasury 3»,s 40-43 June 107.27. Treasury .'P." 43-47 110.20. Treasury 3'«s 46-49 108.19. Treasury 3s 51-55 107.23. l.OP .93' 1.53- 1 .: 1.53 1.55 .94 13.47 13.nO 13.75 .13.87 14.20 1C.40 18.55 MINNEAPOLIS FLOUIt. (Friday Market) MINNEAPOLIS. (/P) — Flour. carloa< lot*' a barrel in 98 lb. cotlon sacks, (am i I v" patents 15c hicher, $7.55iS7.75; stand ard patents 15c higher. 57.40*7.60. Shipments 27.784: pure bran $330-33.50 slandard middlings $32.50(5:33. 52 2S'-« IP 24 '.4 JOO 145 2C'i Lib O F Gl Maytag McK & Rob Mid Cont Pet Mont Ward Morrell Nash Mot Nat. Bisc Nat Cash R Nat Dairy Pr Nat Distill Nat Pow & Lt N Y Cent Nor Pac Oliver Farm Packard Mot Param Pix Penney Penn R R Phillips Pet Radio Rey Tob B Sears Rocb Shell Union Soc Vacuum Sou Pac Stand Brands S O Calif S O Ind S O N J Stewart Warn Studebaker Swift Texas Corp Tex Gulf Sul Timk Roll B Un Carbide Un Pac Unit Air Unit Corp Unit Drup N S Ind A1co 38>'« U S Rubber 46' U S Steel 7' 1 /. Warner Pix 17 West Un Tel 73V. West El & M !«»« Woolworth 6.1^1 43 26',i 54 10'A 21 100'/. 40!-j 11", SIP', 96!'. 2ti'a 1514 411/4 40 v" .10 39 »1 7L»,i 102',i 129 28 6'A STOCKS BREAK, THEN RECOVER Market Drops 1-3 Points but Partially Regains Its Balance. NEW YORK, (ff) —Stocks broke 1 to 3 or more points during a fast selling flurry in Friday's market but partially regained their balance later when selected utili- Produce Miscellaneous of CHICAGO POTATOES. (Friday Mirket) CHICAGO, iff)—U. S. department agriculture— Potatoes 62: on track 200; total U. S. shipments 502; steady; supplies light, demand very slow; sacked per cwt. Idaho Russet Burtranks U. S. No 1. $2.S2^«r 2 75- U. S. No. 2, S2«i-2.05: Colorado Red McClures U. S. No. 1, $2.40«,.2.50; Michi- L Russet RuraJs U. S. No. 1, $1.3051.35; Minnesota Bliss Triumphs partly graded $1.85; unclassified $1.50. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF Al'MJCATION TAX DEED FOK To Florence L. Waller, '.he person In whose name the tracts of land here-' iuaftcr described, are taxed: YOU AKE HEREBY NOTIFItD that in the second day of December. 1935, the following tracts of real estate situ- ited in Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, towit: Lot Cerro Lot Cerro Lot Crrro Cerro Gordo were sold by Gordo County, held on that 14 in Cleir Lake Highland*. Gordo County, IOWA. 15 In Cle»r Lake Hifhlnnds, Gordo County, lowz. Ifi In Clear Lake HIchlAnds, Gordo County, lo«'a. Clear Lake Highlands, County, JOIVA. the Treasurer of Cerro Iowa, at the tax sale day, to the undersigned. appeal and »ppl)cation will com* or tor hearing as above stated. Any person or persons interested therein may appear at said time »nd place and make objections thereto and »t which time the matter of, th« granting of a permit for the erection of s»id gasoline tilling «nd lervice station will be considered. , Dated this 15th day of December. 193S. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF MASON CITY. IOWA. • By THEO. BOLIN, Its Chairman. MASON CITY—For Friday Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse Eggs, current receipts 20c Heavy hens, 4% Ibs. and over lt)c Under 4% Ibs 7c Springs, 5 Ibs. and over lOc Springs, under 5 Ibs be Leghorn springs 6c Cocks 6r. All No. 2 poultry 4 cents less Merchants Quotations Eggs, in trade 21-23c* Eggs, cash 20-22c* Butter, Iowa State Brand 39c Butter, Corn Country 38c Butter, Kenyon's 38c Butter ,Very Best 30c Butter, Brookfield 38c Potatoes, peck 39 and 50c came in the ' 'EDITOR'S NOTE—These rep- second hour and for a white the resentative quotations were ob- ticker tape was behind floor deal- ' tained by calling several grocery ings. The pace slowed as, the stores, power company favorites stepped forward. and, near the final hour, I the creeping movement of preced- ^^ uncnangeo ing sessions was again in evidence. _ EKgs 4 . 850 .'steady: extra firsts ears and Extreme losses were substantially local 29c; fresh graded firsts cars and lo- reduced or cancelled in numerous ^^ ™^ e ^ e ^ ^"l instances. Transfers approximated 2,000,000 shares. Hob Hoy Cerney, under the provisions of Section 7255 of the Code of Iowa. 1935. each of the above described lots having been offered and sold separately at said tax sale for the taxes then delinquent and unpaid thereon, and that separate certificates of purchase at scavenger sale covering each of said lots were duly issued by laid Treasurer lo said Rob Hoy Cerney, .pursuant to said sale, and that he is stil' the holder and owner thereof. YOU AHE FURTHER NOTIFIED that the right of redemption from said sale will expire anc. tax deeds will be made bv said Treasurer to Hie undersigned for such of th.e above described lots as are not redeemed within ninety (901 days from the completed servjcc of this no- ROB ROY CERNEY, Holder and Owner of Said Certificate. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL In District Court January Term, 19.". STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo Counts', ss, No. 4941 To AlOvhom It M»y Center*: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of William Wallace Hanks. Deceased, dated June 19, 1933. having been this day files, onened and read, Monday the nth day of January, 1937. is fixed for hearniE proof of same at the Court House in Mason City, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the t-lcrk of said Court: and at 2 o'clock P. M.. of the day above mentioned »11 persons interested arc hereby notified and required to appear, and show cainw if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as »nd for the last Will and Testament of said de- Daicd .-.t Mason City, Iowa. December 15 ' 1936 ' S H. MacPEAK. Clerk of District Court. XOT1CE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR STATE OF iOWA. Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4927 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that 1he undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executor of the estate of Frank Barney. Deceased, late of Ceno Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested lo make immediate payment; and those having claims acainst the same will present them, dulv authenticated, to the undersigned for" allowance, snd file in the office of the Clerk of the District FRANK BARNEY. JR- L. R. Boomhover. Attorney. Dated December 17, 193fi. S. H. MacPeak. Clerk District Court. I • CHICAGO PRODUCE. (Friday Market) ,88 9 , unsctt.ed: standard Curb Market Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by L4MSON BROTHERS AND CO Mason City Office in Bagley-Bcck Bldg. Telephone No. 7. 20 39 Am G Am Cyan B 34 Am Su Po Co 2'.-» Ark Nat Gas A 1'A Can Marconi I'M El Bd & Sh 22*. Ford M of Ens 5 Hum OH Co H'A Niag Hud Po 17", Pennroad Corp 4*< S O Ky Co 19?. Un Gas Co 9",* Un Li & Po Co 7?» •Util P 4: Li Co 1'A NEW YORK, (.^—Specialties and utilities slumped in the curb market Friday: Columbia Pictures fell about 4. Fractions to a point or so were lost by American Gas & Electric, Associated Investors, Cleveland Tractor, Consolidated Mining & Smelting, Niagara Hudson Power, Wayne Pump and Quaker Oats. Gulf Oil was up more than a point. Fractions were picked up by American Cyanamid "B," Pan American Airways, Sherwin Williams and Sunshine Mining. CHICAGO STOCKS, (Friday Final Quotations) Cities Service Hcilmann Bre Katz.Drug Kellogg Switch Libbey McNeil Midwest Corp Nat Leather r.2- 1 ; 3%;Nat Standard lO'ilNorthwcst Bane 13V, ISWQuaker Osts 120 9'4!Swift 25 3V,\ Swift Intl 12'/»iUtH & Ind I 7 /,! Zenith 32' ator 26 'ic. Poultry: Live 48 trucks, steady to firm; hen-; 4'/i Ibs. up 15',ic; less than 4Vi. ibs. 12'ic- Leghorn hens lOVic; springs 4 Ibs. up colored 14c: Plymouth Rock 14V 2 c; White Rock 15c; less than 4 Ibs. colored 13e; Plymouth Rock 14c; White Rock 14Vic- colored broilers 15c; Plymouth and White Rock 16c; Leghorn chicl:<-ns He: roosters 12c; Leghorn roosters lie; turkeys: Hens 17c; young toms 15c; old ISc: No * turkeys 12c: ducks: White and colored 4>i Ibs. up 15c; small white and colored 12c: scese: Northern 13c; southern lie; capons 7 Ibs. up I7'/sc; less than 7 Ibs. 16'Ac. Dressed turkey ssteady to firm; nenr. young 21c: old 19c; toms young 18 Ibs. up -c- less than 18 Ibs. 21c: old 18c; No. 2 turkeys 15c; southwestern turkeys young to'ms and hens .IS'/i® 20c. NEW YORK PRODUCE (Friday Market) NEW YORK, <iPi — Butter 7.660. firmer creamery higher than extra 3 extra 192 score) 34'ic; firsts 'S3-91 ) 33«r.4'ic: seconds '84-37 scores! ntralized (90 score'' 34c. Cheese 4". 186. dull and unchanged. Eccs linns unsettled; mixed colors cpqcia'l packs' 32,'/=c; standards .ll'/ic: first; 30'ic- dirties No. I. 2S«r28',ic: More standards S7'A«? 28Vbc: other mixed colors unchanged. Live poultry steady to weak; by freight, chickens: Leghorns lOc: turkeys !4W21c: other freight pri"* unchanged. PRODUCE FUTURES. (Friday Market) CHICAGO. UPt— Butter futures closed NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS The Town Treasurer of the Incorporated Town of Rockwell, Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, will receive bids up to nd will offer for sale at 11 o'clock A. M. >n the 191 h day of December, 1936. al he Town Hsli at the Town of Rockwell, owa $10 200.00 of special assessment ewer bonds of said Town of Rockwell, dated December 30, 1936, bearing Interest t the rate 0': five per cent per annum paysble on May 1st of each year and mature as follows: 51400.0,1 May 1. 1937 $1100.00 May I, 1338 S1100.00 May 1, 1939 $1100.00 May 1, 1940 $1100.00 May 1, 1941 •51100.00 May 1. 1942 S1100.00 May 1, 1943 $1100.00 May 1, 1944 $1100.00 May 1. 1945 Because of the options given by law lo .he property owners in regard to pay- ng the deferred installments, the Town has the option of paying any of said sends prior to tae maturity date. Printed bonds and approving legal opinion of H. H. Stipp of Des Moines. Iowa, will be furnished by said Town. All bids must be for par and accrued jnterest. The right to reject any or bids is reserve.:! by said Town. JOSF.PH P. GALLAGHER. Treasurer of the Town of Rockwell, Iowa | YORK STOCKS 14V» 4 -A 17 2flV« !i'i 36 '/i Alaska Jun Allegheny Allied, St Am & T Pow 7V» Am Cr Su Co 28"'. Am C & F Co 56% Am Pow & Li ll"» Am Roll Mills 34'-« Am Metal Co « Am R & S Co M n i, Amer Tob Co 3Mi Armour & Co B'-a As Dry Gds All Ref Baldwin Loco Briggs Mfg Co Bendix- 26- Budd Mfg CO 1.TA Burr Add 30 Byers A M Co 27 \* Cat Tractor 87 ! 'k Cer de Pasco 70 Ches & Ohio 64 Chi Gt W pfd 12% Com Credit 64- 1 /« Com Solvents 18V, Cont Motor 2V* Cudahy Pack 38V» Curt-Wr Clo A W» Dist Corp Se 27 Douglas Airc 70% Eastman 174 Eaton Mfg Co 34 '/i El Auto Lite 41", El Pow 8: L1 24 Krle R R Co 15 Fire T & R 34 Foster-Wheel 42 Freeport Tex 2S", Gen Am Tran 74 3 i Clldrlen Co 4f"', Gobel B Gold Dust 13'A Gt Nor'n Ore 19% Grahnm Paige 2Y, Gt Nor pfd 41 Houston Oil 12V4 Hudson Mot 19 Hupp Motors 2 Intl Carriers 7 3 « Indust Rayon 3<V* Kelvinator Co 21V. Lambert Co 1S^« Lehigh For C 40'A Liq Carb Cp 441-. Lorillard 22'A Mack Truck 44 _ Mathicson Al 39';. Mex- Sca'd Oil 33 Minn. Mol 1m 9'i M K & T Mo Pac Motor Prod No Amcr No Am Avi 12'/, Otis Steel Co ll'.i Owen 111 Gl 154 Packard Mot 10'A Park U Cop Plymouth Proc ft Gam P S of N J Pullman Pure Oil Co Purity Bak'y R K O Reading Co Rem Rand Reo Motors St Joseph L Simmons Co So Cal Edis Sperry Corp St G & E T W As Oil U S Ind Al U S Smelter Util P & L A 4 Vanadium 28 Union Oil Cal 23' Un Gi tk Imp 1*'. Warren Bros 10' Wesfn Myld 9 1 , Wesfn Union 78', Yellow Truck 2H Y'gs S & T 79', 3V, 36»,» 30 4<A 22 Va 54 48 63% 18% 18'/ 3 7% 43 Vi 21 '» 5V, 46 45 9V, 831 scores) P. G. and E. Receives $275 in Prize Money The People's Gas and Electric company Friday received a plaque and $275 in prize money as one of the winners in the American Gas association national water heater contest. The local company won second place in the eight months' period, the full period of the contest, and fourth prize for selling the most water heaters in a 60 day concentrated sales effort during the period of the contest. "We regard this not so much as an achievement for ourselves but as indicative of the fact that the people of Mason City and Clear Lake are alert to the trend of the day to modernize and enjoy the utmost in convenience in their homes." said H. D. Makeever, sales supervisor. i^n.i^rt^w. "« >—ij—vvs.- _ Storage standards. Dc-cmbcr 32-ic: January 32V«c: February 32'/jc. Egg futures; Refrigerator December 27c: January 2 -ri.dcd firsts. February 25v*c. " Potato futures: Idaho Russets, ary S2.B5; March grade A $3.15. standards 26'ic: fresh Janu- WANTED HIDES & FURS Carl Stein HI 6th S. W. Phone 470 all NOTICE' OF APPLICATION FOB. TAX DEED To I-atriarchs Militant 1. O. O. F.. Department of Iowa, the corporation in •whose nant« the Ian* hereinafter described i« -:axed: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a the second day of December, 1935. the following described real estate, towit: Lot 6 of Block 3 in Patriarchs Mill- tint I. O. O. F. Park in Cerro <!or- do County. Iowa, was sold by the Treasurer of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, at the ta-x sale held on -that day for the taxes then delinquent and unpaid thereon to Rob Roy Cerney. under the provision? of Section 7255. "Code of lown. 1935. and that a certificate of purchase at scavcnser sale wa« duly issued by said Treasurer to said Rob Roy Cerney pursuant to said tax sale and that he is still the holder and owner thereof. That the richt of redemption from said sale will expire ar.ti tax deed will be made by said Treasurer to the undersigned for said real cs:,ale pursuant to said sale unless redemption therefrom Is made witnin ninety (901 days from the completed scrv'':c of this notice. ROB ROY CERNEY. H iidcr and Owner of Said Certificate. TRAPPERS ATTENTION! WE WANT MUSKRATS Also Other Furs Wolf Bros. INC. 310 5th St. S. W. Mason City Walter James Smith Funeral Rites Held Funeral services for Walter James Smith, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn James Smith, 416 Van Buren avenue southwest, 'who died Tuesday following an illness, were Hides and Furs J Quotations Furnished by Welt Bro... Ino 308 Fifth Street Southwest. HORSEHIDES _ nj >c "GREEN BEEF HIDES Up to 2S Ibs. i' 25 to 45 Ibs. i^ More than 60 Ibs, ' Bull hides . • \ •Cured hides half cent more a pound. lOn above prices a cent hicher to wholesale dealers in wholesale lots.l KUBS Ex. Lee. Lcc. Med. Small NOTICE OF J'ROBATE OP WILL STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. In District Court January term, :»37 No. 4938 To All Whom it May Concern: YOU ARE HEREBV NOTIFIED. That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Hugh D.-ivcy, Deceased, dated February 1'. 1933. 'having been this day filed, opened and read. Monday the 11th day of January. 1937. i? fixed for hcarinc proof of same at the Court House in Mason City, [owa. before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at .? o'clock P. M.. of the day above mentioned all persons interested arc hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City. Iowa. December 10th. 1336. S. It. MacPEAK. Clerk of District Court Your Car Represents MONEY Get the use of this money for Christmas buying and winter expenses, by borrowing on our convenient low cost AUTO LOAN PLAN. For details call at our office, south of old Post Office, or phone 670. MIDLAND INVESTMENT. CO. $14.00 $12.50 SH.OO J.75 1.55 1.45 Mink Muskrat Weasel (white and brown I Hed Fox I heavy) Raccoon (heavy ordinary) Civet Cat Skunk (average piimei Sliqhtiy hicher and large -'ols. .70 6.00 .50 5.50 6.SO .35 .30 5.00 1.75 1.50 prices for ;,fl 50 1,20 .20 4.00 4.50 .25 1.40 1.10 wholesale held Thursdoy afternoon at the Patterson funer=i home. The Rev, Oliver L. N. "A'igdahl, pastor pf Trinity Lutheran church, was in charge of services. Mrs. Stanley Haynes and Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald sang "When He Cometh" and "Sa-e in'the Arms of Jesus." They were accompanied by Miss Helen Dunn, Burial was at Memorial Park cemetery. PUBLIC NOTICE OF HEARING Public notice is hereby given that a meetinK of the Board of Adjuslment of the City of Mason City. Iowa, will be held st the City Hall in Mason City, Iowa on the 4th day of Janucry. A. D.. 1937. at four o'clock P. M. at which lime and place the matter of the application of the First National Bank of Mason City. Iowa, appealing from the decision of the Buildine Commissioner of the City of Mason City. Iowa, refusing a permit for the erection and construction or a gasoline fill- ins and service station on The East Sixty-six 1661 feet of Lot Five i5) and the Lot Eight (61 Block Nine i9) Paul Fclt'.s Plat, Mason Ci'.y, Icnva. will come on for hearing. T-iis notice is civen under the provisions of the Zoninc Ordinance of Hie City of Mason City. Iowa, and that *:(ld Don't Sell Your Produce for Less Money FRIEDMAN at Forest City is Still Paying Springs and Hem over 5 Ibs., per lb 13V 2 e Springs and Hens over 4 Ibs., per lb 1lc Springs and Hens under 4 lbs.,.per lb 9c Leghorn Springs and Leghorn Hens, per lb... . 9c Eggs, No. 1, per dozen 28e Eggs, No. 2, per doxen 21 e Highest Market Prieei Paid For All Kinds of Furf and Hides. A Visit to Santa Claus Land Rt ,_ d , » Patent By Brandon Walsh 'S EA?V WrJ£N VOU WOW HOW PPfiSSTHEMAS/cB' ! HOWPOfS SANW CLAUS <SET WfiL 3LJS1 SANTA oP ilTTlE PIPE VISIT CZAUS, Bgny&BiLtv f)0 HO'. MY SIDES KK. SP/.ITT/NS QUEST/ON - LAUGH, LK>5, Z.AU6M - WOCP ANP I'iL A1AKE HIGH AS AIAGIC BALL SMAtL - 5MAILER -SMALLEST SOLVE THE or- SANTA QAUS IN FARM AUCTION SALE As I am (toinjT to quit farming I will have a closing out sale on pavr-mcnl .No. 106 at Emery, on \ WEDNESDAY. DEC. 23 SALE TO BEGIN* AT 1 O'CLOCK 2 HEAD OF HORSES—1 hay work mare, 1 cra.v ycarlinp colt comhic- 2 years old. 13 HEAD OF CATTLE—1 roan cow milkin?: 1 red cow, fresh soon- 1 Guernsey cow fresh soon; 1 grade Guernsey cow, milking; 1 red cow, fresh 6 weeks; 4 Guernsey heifers, one fresh soon, others bred, calf in spring 3 yearlinp steers; 1 Red Poll Shorthorn bull coming: 2 years old. 4 HEAD OF HOGS—Consistine of 3 Spotted Poland China sows, lone time vaccinated, bred; 1 Spotted Poland China boar, long time vaccinated. FARM MACHINERY, ETC.—Two 2» wheel discs: « ft. VU-CormicV Deerini binder; SO ft. flexible dra;: dr.; .art: : foot MeCormkk mower: ? row ,urf«. cultivator; sinzle row «.rfaee cultivator; Emerson E im plow: beet drill,^4 row berl cultivator, nearly new; side delivery hay r»ke: h»y tedder; 11 foot Hoesler seeder: hav rack »nd rujminr tear: iron wheel w«<m md 5ox: wooden wheel 'w«on snd box; Da.n h»yl..»der; John Otcre 36 foot elevator, first elmn condition; bob sled; r»nnln s mill, »nd m«.y other »rtieles too numerous lo mention. 4 tin f.Ilon milk cms. one 3 r.llon milk cm; 3 sets bnlchtn h»rne». 1 set back pud harness; lo collars. Ilfl CHICKENS-10 white Wywidotte T>«llets. «1 Buff Lr.fhorn pulleU; 4« Buff l-erhorn Vfarllnf hens. AWT UK) pl'SHELS OK CORN. >ke >vi:h : our bunker. N'« proprrty rem whalrvrr nrrittirrni ivcd unl'l s-'ilrd f* CHAS. G. AMES, Prop. HAKOLD AMES, Allrtionecr H. M. CRANE, Clerk

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