The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 21, 1957 · Page 3
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I- ta-i*. )· r - ( I rr\ fa · THE INTEic LAKE, Thursday, November 21, 1957 3-Markets KALISPEU GRAINS (Yesterday'i Market) Spring wheat 10-10.4 protein 1.84; 1111.4 protein. 1.86: 12-12.4 protein. 1.88; 33-13.4 protein, 1.90; 14-14.4 protein, Hard winter wheat 10-10.4 protein, 1.70; 11-11.4 protein. 1.76: 12-12.4 protein. 1.78; 13-13.4 protein, 1.80; 14-14.4 protein, 1.82. Red winter wheat 1.71; barley No. 1 and 2 45 Ibs or over 1.50 per 100. No. I and 2 oats, 38 Ibs. or over, 1.55. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK {Yesterday's Market) CHICAGO (UP) ~ Livestock: Hogs: 10.000. Moderately active steady- to 15 lower on butchers. No. 1-3 190230 Ib. butchers .17.00-17.60. Cattle: 16,000. Calves 200. Steers over 1050 Ibs.. very slow weak to 50 lower. High choice and prime steers 25.2527.25. Sheep: 2,500. Slaughter lambs fully steady to strong; yearlings not established; slaughter ewes steady; good and choice wooled slaughter lambs 21.00-22.25. MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN (Yeslcrday's Market) MINNEAPOLIS (UP)-- -Estimated 11 a.m. (CST) cash grain prices: No. 1 northern spring wheat 234?i unch. No. 1 hard winter wheat 24134 unch. No. 2 yellow corn 109VI unch. No. 3 heavy white oats C7!.i unch. No. 2 rye 132 down 2. No. 1 yellow soybeans 218 down 1. CHICAGO PRODUCE (Yeulerday's Market) CHICAGO (UP) -- Produce: Live poultry: Steady to firm an caponettes, steady on balance. 136,000 Ibs. USDA price chances or additions: Caponettes over 4Vi Ibs., 26W-28; geese 2G-2B. Cheese: Steady. Single daisies and longhorns 39-39W: processed loaf 3637; Swiss Grade A 42-44: Swiss Grade B 40-42; Swiss Grade C 35-38. Butter: Steady. 593,000 Ibs. 93 score 59; 92 score 59; 90 score 58!i; 89 score 57: carlots: SO score 58%; 89 score SVA. · . Eggs: Steady. 8600 cases. White large extras 52; mixed large extras 50; mediums 40: standards s3; current receipts 36: dirties 35; checks 34M. .oiatoes: Total 492. arrivals * 77 track 285. Supply moderate, russet demand moderate, market firm slightlv stronger for best large stock, dull others, round reds demand slow; market slightly weaker. Track sales (100s) U.S. 1A: Idaho Russets 3.85-4,00; occasional best cars 4.10-4.15; 25 per cent 10 ounce and larger 3.75-3.85; Idaho utility some in mixed pack car 2.30; Minnesota North Dakota Red River Valley Pontiacs 3.15-3.25: outstanding car 3.35; fair appearance car 3.00. Street sales (100s) U.S. 1A: Idaho Russets 4.00-4.35: mostly around 4.25; some U.S. extra 1 4.40; Idaho utility 3.35-3.50: bakers 4.50-4.75; five 10s in master containers 240-2.60; . burlap 50s 2.25; Minnesota North Dakota Red Hiver Valley Pontiac 3.50-4.00; five 10s in master containers 2.50; paper 50s few 2.00; some U.S. commercial A 1.75; Wisconsin round ,reds paper 50s 1.60-1.65; .Russet Burbanks 100s 3.00; Michigan round whites few 3.00; paper 50s 1.60: Colorado Red McCIures 4.00-4.25; few high as 4.50 World Rivers ACROSS being 1 730-mile river 35 Green in Utah and ' vegetable Wyoming - 38 Shield - 6 Tibetan river 'bearing tl-Harvested :; 39 "Where the ;,;,;;13 t Interstice -v · River---. - ''14 More facile '·'·' flows'* · · ' - · ' 15 Lessee . , ·· ' 42 British mono^ . 16 Contorted : of account 17 Devi! tf Peruvian 13 Mariner's mountains direction 46 Peer Cyril's to Hebrew rnother PORTLAND LIVESTOCK , *' [Y«t«Tday'» 'Market) PORTLAND (UP) -- Livestock- : Catlle 550: fed steers fully 25c higher, other classes steady to strong; load high good to' low choice 1050 Ib fee steers 23.50: '3 loads mostlv good steers 23: standard 19-21; part load good heifers 21.50; standard heifers 17-19- utility-commercial Iovvi 14-16; canners- 1 cutters 10.50-12.50; utility bull 16.50- Caives 125; choice vealers 25-27; individual high choice Tuesday 30; good vealers 22-25; food-choice slaughter calves 21-24. Hogs 400; early sales steady; sorted ] and 2 butchers 19-19.50; mixed lots 18-19; sows 300-500 Ib. 15-17 Sheep 300; market not established; few sales steady; good to choice wool- ed Iambs 19-19.75 to California account good-choice feeders 16.50-18.50- cull-good slaughter ewes 3.50-7.50. SPOKANE LIVESTOCK (Yeslerday'* Market) SPOKANE (UP) -- Livestock: Cattle 100. About steady cleanup market. Standard grass slaughter steers 17-18.25. standard heifera 17.! high cutters 1-J.50. Utilitv and commercial cows 13-14.50. Utility mature bulls 16-16.50. cutters 14.35-15, commercial fleShy 1000 pound yearling bulls 15.40-16.10. Medium to low rood 750-850 pound feeder steers 16.40-18.80 common UD to 1000 pound steers 14- 15.M). medium to good heifers 14.6016.30. Tuesday market firm on slaughter heifers, firm 25-.=0 cents higher on cows, steady on other classes. Calves 25. Nominal. Common to low medium stock steer calves 16.GO-18 Horrs nothing offerer 1 U.S. 1 butch^ ers 200-207 pounds 18.50-18. "5 Tuesday nv~ed grade 200-225 pounds 18.25. Sheep 25. Nominal. High good and choice UD to 115 oounrt wonied slaughter lambs this week 18-1R.SO. good and choice feeder lambs 17.25. CHICAGO GRAIN tYe«lerd»y'» Markel) CHICAGO (UP) -- Grain futures finished lower in a moderated active session on the Board of. Trade today. Grains moved consislently lower from the opening. Selling and hed-jin^ increased In the wake of clear a"d colder weather ovor the Grain Belt. : Traders expect a heavier run o grain to the terminal markets to follow an increase in nrod"cer offerings None of the grains dioned enough to hit new lows with the exception of May oats. Foreign trade picked up gradually during the day. Japan boueht 1,350,. OPO bushels of Canadian wheat 'and 420,000 bushels of U.S. barley. ! Poland purchased 335.000 bushels of U.S. red wheat. An estimated 100.00( bushels of U.S. corn went to the United Kingdom and Holland bought a small quantity of U.S. rye. At outside markets grains were lower. fYeslerday'* Markst) CHICAGO (UP)-- Cash grain sales: Wheat:, No. 2 red 218V* N. Corn: No. 4 yellow 11H4-117W; No. 5 yellow 106^4-110^. Oats: No. 2 heavy white 75 N. Rye: No. 2 plump 132 N. Barley; Malting 118-12S N; feed 90- 10G N. Soybeans: No. 1 yellow northwest origin 231, track Chicago. Answer to Previous Puzzle AlO l_ 1 M A O D E R A R K O D I N R . A R . A C O L - ^ O L - C - D A N 1 ^ H S W A R. ^ E O *K V 1 S E S W 1 S -JK l_ E 1 S j A T £ M ··%', R E D S ·. R. C A M e S*. A J ii- G O A T E E S R A S E D j g i e s T A T e * O N ' SJ 1 P ''«, T 1 E D ., S T 9 A Ki p= A R _ i n P A R E E %? £i T A R. C H ^ I N U N C A T £ D ~ A I P I N S l_ 1 R E S E E E l_ * E E l_ M * ERR ' appellation direction 7 Educational 28 Ellipsoidal group (ab.) 29 African rive'r 8 Medicinal 35 Trousers '. 15 Lessee . , · · · . ' 17 Devi! 13 Manner's direction JO Hebrew ascetics 12 Seed appendage IS Female saint ' (ab.). 42 British mono? of account 15 Peruvian mountains 46 Peer Cynt's mother F E L w s . * E appellation 7 Educational group (ab.) 8 Medicinal i_ E i i_ R M = t E ^ -^^ = R R direction 28 Ellipsoidal 29 African riveT 35 Trousers 49 Most unusual Quantity SG Conclusion SI Secular-like' "9 Rubber trees 37 Anoint 53 Occurrences 10. Withered 40 Hurry 5'! Herons 12 Attire 41 River in , SS R p n t C6 Shakespearean 55 \veird river SO Venezuelan slate 81 Son of ! Jacob (Bib.) 82 Leave out P3 Repast B4 Essential 11 N i; 2. 3. 'CL ft N d 23 ft DOWN 1 Expanded 2 Erect 3 Facile 4 Roof finial 13 Solitary 18 Encountered 20 Puffs up 21 River in Idaho Kansas 42 Soviet ciij' 1 43 Rant · 44 Scope ^GManleeenus 22 Century plant 41 lla. river 23 Male sheep (pi. j [5 Requirements 24 Rainbow- 6 Feminine 27 Change \ 4 m to l# 12. ·» 5J » . 13 ir / n ^ 5 n '///// y//s/ ^^ ^% % w%, Y% lO UC - · 1 . K /ftp y/M; ^ 3i 3 115 /^^ W/6 9, LADIES w// '//// m T/ i! . bt y /^/ YM/, '////. W W/. y///, y ///f I 1 , ^ in Georaia 48 Otherwise 50 Abstract being 52 Anger · i 'i ^, L\ Zt 31 33 38 8 15 * 10 i 11 H 2.9 · · · · · % ir w V You Are Invited To A « . ' . PARTY "with · . ' . . . , "POLLY PACIFIC" ·' ' · ' ; Tl: ' \ featuring HOLIDAY PARTY IDEAS 2:30 p.m. Friday, November 22 * . . - ' . - · - . . · v Main Street Furniture IN KALISPEU Used Furniture ALE! We Need the Space * Everything Goes SAVE 25% to Week- End Field Crest Hand Printed BLANKETS Reg. $4.95 Fine American Cotton Size 72"x90" Genuine Bates Rob Roy BED SPREAD Double Size Various Patterns and Colors A Regular $9.50 Value NOW $799 LIVING ROOM SOFA CHAIR Wine Mohair SpFA CHAIR Red Wool Frieze SOFA CHAIR Wine Mohair SOFA CHAIR Green Mohair SOFA Red Mohair SOFA CHAIR Brown Frieze SOFA TWO CHAIRS Red Velour SOFA CHAIR Turquoise Frieze SOFA CHAIR- Turquoise Frieze ..'.'.. SOFA BED f CHAIR Tan Frieze . . SOFA BED CHAIR Beige Frieze (like new) 10.00 $ 29.00 10.00 10.00 fcf« 4*A 5.00 10.00 10.00 15.00 $ 29,00 $ 39.00 $ 89,00 SOFA BED ROCKER Rust Tapestry SOFA BED Wine Mohair MAPLE PL/LTj Plaid Tap PLATFORM ROCKER Green Frieze ROCKER Leather . . . . Men's Heavy Brown Duck HUNTING PANTS Snag proof. 2-piy rubberized seat and knees. Sizes 34, 36, and 38. A Regular $8.95 Value NOW One Table of Men's Long Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS In Stripes, Checks and Plaids A Regular $4.95 to $6.95 Value Sizes S-M-L. BUDGET DRESSES BUDGET SKIRTS Regular to $9.9O LOUNGE CHAIR Tan Tapestry LOUNGE CHAIR Green Tapestry CLUB CHAIR New Grey cover COCKTAIL TABLE Mahogany . . . . COCKTAIL TABLE Mahogany STEP TABLE Limed Oak (nearly new).."". NOW BETTER DRESSES Regular to $5.99 NOW $ 2°° One Rack BETTER CO ATS Regular to $69.95 ,^V .- * DINETTE 5 PC. DINETTE Limed Oak . . . 5 PC. DINETTE Drop Leaf table * . . 5 PC. DINETTE. Plastic Table Top, chrome chairs. . 5 PC. DINING SET Walnut 19.00 15,00 15.00 19,00 LADIES' BLOUSES Sizes 32 to 40 NOW 5 PC. DINING SET $ Mahogany . . \ 6 PC. DINING SET. Mahog- $ any Buffet, 4 chairs, table. HIGH CHAIR $ Wood BUNK BEDS with box $ springs and mattresses... . Ladies 7 100% Wool Plaid JACKETS A Regular $12.95 Value NOW $QOO 8 GIRLS' COATS Sizes, Toddlers' to Girls' 14 Complete Stock Toddlers' and Girls' DRESSES Regular to $8.95 Now *2-*3$ 4 APPLIANCES WESTINGHOUSE AUTO. WASHER. A steal at .. . . *39.00 *9.9.00 BENDIX AUTO. WASHER Absolutely perfect WESTINGHOUSE AUTO. $flft AA WASHER. Top condition . . . 7 7.UU BENDIX AUTOMATIC WASHER DRYER $ Excellent buy . . . . . . . 225.00 10 TUBE TABLE RADIO Philco, with table . . . . $ 25,00 Ladies' Nationally Advertised STYLE SHOES Regular to $12.95 NOW $fi88 s; h" $^3~ .* BOYS' CORDS CHILDREN'S MOCS Washable. Various Pastel Shades. Sizes 11 through 3 NOW $|33 BOYS' PAJAMAS Regular $5.95 $6.95 if perfect *f Broken sizes. Flannel Knit. Sizes 6 to 18 Values to $2.49 1 2 x 2 7 BROWN TWEED WITH PAD 11 x 22 BEIGE FLORAL 175,00 75.00 9 x 12 ORIENTAL HOOK, all wool i 1 2 x 1 5 ORIENTAL HOOK, $ all wool . . . . . . . . . . ' $ 55.00 ^ NOW $177 | NOW $|67 *f 1 · 135.00 SPECIALS Boys' SPORT SHIRTS Long Sleeve. Sanforized. Famous | Brands. Sizes 6 to 1 4. See Our MONEY SAVERS on our Values to $2.98 9 x 12 OVAL COTTON BRAID RUGS. Reg. 69.95 Now . . . . . . . . . . . . . INLAID LINO REMNANTS $1 A A 6'x 4'to 6'x 24'.. ..' I.UU NOW !/2 Price Table ..in..our..BOYS'..DEPARTMENT.. .

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