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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 10 H 1935 BUDWEISER TOPS SECTIONAL SCRAP (Continued From Sport Pace) Ing in from 24 to 32 teams for a full week of games. # * + Budweiser won a c^ear title in sec tion one of the local league Tues day, beating Royal 400 1 to 0 tc take the championship. The victory left Mier Wolf, 1934 city cham pion, and Marshall and Swift tied for second place. The teams wil meet in a playoff game before going into the round robin. The Budweisers' narrow victory came in the 1st of the seventh when the DiMarco brothers, Nick and ".,6 vino, broke up the contest, with a pair of hits. Nick's blow was r screaming triple, while Levy sen through a neat single to score th winning run. Only 3 other Bud weiser hits were credited off Floyd "Cocky" Espinosa, Pavek doublin; in the first, Ole Helm tripling in the third, and "Bud" Suter getting a blow in the fifth. Deno Karamitros and Johnny Es pinosa singled off "Slim" Smith in the second and Tosel got htId of another blow in the seventh for Koya 400. Maytag went into a playoff game with State Brand by setting back Wagner V-8 Tuesday evening. 4 to 3. The Maytags touched Henry "Hun" Hert for 7 hits, scoring in the first, fourth and seventh. Louther hammered the baJl out of the park In the fourth, with Evans just ahead Df him. Evans had gained the bases on Humphrey's error. E. "Wilkins bad also touched Hert for a home- run in the first inning. Louther gave hits to Stoecker Humphrey and Olson in the contest and the V-8's scored a pair of runs in the second inning as Stoecker and Mulcahy crossed the plate. Olson counted in the last frame. PLAN ROUND ROBIN Abel and Son, meeting Standard Oil in the opening round robin tournament game Wednesday night, were assigned No. 1 and No. 2 in the series schedule, with Decker Local Sales designated as No. 3 and Budweiser as No. 4. Mier Wolf, Marshall and Swift, Maytag and State Brand will battle in playoff games for the right to enter as No. 5 and No. 6. The team numbers printed on the schedule cards given out by the 'Y. M. C. A. early in the season are not correct for the round robin series. The schedule is correct, but the teams are assigned new numbers as the series opens each year. Mier Wolf will meet Marshall ana Swift on the No. 3 diamond in their playoff game, while Maytag and State Brand play on No. 2 field, near the picnic pavilion. PLAN NIGHT MEETS The Little World series and the Iowa-Southern Minnesota tournament, both scheduled for the middle of August, under the Roosevelt stadium lights, will get a lot of attention in the plans of the Y. M. C. A. Softball committees from now on. The series will be held at the stadium for the first time. Where thousands of fans have been forced to stand around the East park diamond to watch the city title games, the stadium will be available to seat the crowd. The only charge will be made for adult fans, who will pay 10 cents each--enough to pay for using the lights. Children will be admitted free. Invitations will be mailed soon to every Softball club in North Iowa that has played in the Iowa-Southern Minnesota tournaments of the. past, and to every other organization possible to locate. The entry list will not be made up by invitation, however, for any team in the area is elegible to enter. · Eligibility lists will be due on Aug. 3. Play starts Aug. 12. PRESSBOX (Continued tfrom Sport FflRC) year. The captain-elect of Iowa's 1936 team gathered 19 first places, three first place ties, seven seconds and four thirds as he averaged 10.2 points a meet. His points ranged from 1 in the A. A. U. junior meet to 21 in the Minnesota dual. COAST STAR NEW DISTANCE CHAMP (Continued From Sport Page) ning by a scant foot in 9.7. Owens gathered himself from a slippery takeoff, however, to leap 23 feet 9 inches in the broad jump. The best Peacock could do was 23 feet 6=1 inches. 30 Day Encampment at Fort Des Moines DES MOINES, July 10. Iff)--A 30 day encampment period opened today at Fort Des Moines for 800 young citizens military training corps recruits. The enrollment included 419 from Iowa, 357 from Missouri, two from Minnesota, one from Kansas, two from South Dakota and IP from Arkansas. K. C. Officers at Cresco and Protivin Installed GREENE, July 10.--Dr. W. B. Seager, district deputy of the sixth district of Iowa jurisdiction. Knights of Columbus, for the third time, installed officers at Protivin Monday night, assisted by Joe Wagner, also of Greene, as warden. A large crowd was present and talks were given by the Rev. H. Radecky; Past Grand Knight, W. Kalshek; newly in- sealled Grand Knight William Lar.da. Joe Wagner and Dr. Stager. Dr. Stager installed officers at Iresco, Tuesday night, was accompanied by Wilbur Nixt and Emmett Shekleton. [owa Letter Carriers Name Post President AMES. July 10. (5)-- The Iowa )ranch of the National Association if Letter Carriers elected Eddie 'ost of Council Bluffs as president at the close of the state convention here. Other officers are A. B. Cord f Des Moines, vice president; Vine hebler of Davenport, secretary, and W. P. Clark of Ames, treasurer. The 936 convention will be at Storm Lake. Mrs. Myrta Nichols of Du- luque was elected president of the auxiliary. HOG VALUES RISE AGAIN IN CHICAGO MARKET Produce MASON CITY, July 10.-Cush Quotations by E. G. Morse Eggs, current receipts 19c Springs, 1935 He Leghorn springs 9c Heavy hens, 4 1 /-, Ibs. and over ..He Light hens 8c Cocks 8c Merchant* Quotations. Eggs, in trade 21c Eggs, cash 19-20C" Butter, Plymouth 29c Butter, Clear Lake 27c Butter, Very Best 29c Butter. State Brand 27c Butter, Brookfield 26c Potatoes, Russets, peck 4Sc New Potatoes .' 40c ·EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtained by calling several downtown grocery stores. CHICAGO t'OULTRV CHICAGO. July 10. .Fl--Poultry, live 30 trucks, hens firm, chickens about steady; hens 4 ',· Ibs, and less 15}~c. more than 4te Ibs. 16Vjc: leghorn hens 13c: rock fryers 19 £20c. colored 17c: rock springs 22c. colored 20c: rock broilers 17@lSc, colored 16c; leghorn chickens 2 Ibs. up 15c. small 1-lc; bareback chickens 13fiT10c; roosters 13c; turkeys ll«15c; old ducks 4% Ibs. up 10"-c. small lOc: younp white ducks 4ti His up ISc, small 12c; old geese lOc, young 12c. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO. July 10. (.11--Butter 20.491. f i r m ; creamery specials (93 score) 23*;^ 24'ic: extras (92) 23;ic; extra firsts (9091) 22U8T22»lc; firsts (S8-S9) 21«r21%c; seconds (SG-87) 20(?i'20V!:c; standards (90 centralized carlots) 23!-ic. Eggs 15,312. f i r m ; prices unchanged. NBW VORK POULTRV NEW YORK. July 10. wi--Live poultry firm: by freight: Broilers 17«i23c: fowls 17 (5'22c: roosters 15c; other freight grades unchanged. NEW YORK 1'RODUCE. NEW YORK. July 10. J'. 1 --Ecgs 15.513, f i r m ; mi.\cd colow: Special packs or selections from fresh receipts 2G!4!if29^c; standards and commercial standards 26c; firsts 25c; mediums 40 Iba. 24c; dirties No. 1, 42 Ibs. 23-ilc: average checks 22UC- Butter 6.498, irregular; creamery higher than extra 23^ ii'24-.'iC: extra (92 score) - f f ? v J c ; centralized (90 score) 22"-i®23c; other grades unchanged. Cheese 105.041. steady; prices unchanged. lerro Gordo Rifles Lose Close Meet With Dayton The rifle team of the Cerro Gordo Rifle club, Inc., lost its fourth round match in the National Rifle association outdoor iuterclub league No. 7. The Dayton Rifle and Revolver club A-as the winner, 1,993 to 1,990. The ocal club has fired against the Highland Rifle club of Akron, Ohio, and has next to meet the Prankford Arsenal Rifle club of Philadelphia. RECORD SCORES Team Member 50cl. 100 yd. To. S. A. Brose !!)! 200 '.199 ii. E. Andrews . Emerson Decker K. I,. Lee . . . . . . IV. E. Kenyon . PRODUCE FUTURES. CHICAGO. July 10. (.pi--Butter futures closed: storage standards. November 24%c; fresh standards. July 23 ^c. Egg futures: Refrigerator standards, Oc- icber 25:sC. Ray Long, Onetime Prominent Magazine Editor, Slays Self BEVERLY HILLS, Cal., July 10. (jp)--Ray Long, 57, once one of the nation's leading editors, was dead today, apparently a suicide victim under circumstances he must have scanned in many a short story plot. He was believed to have been discouraged over the waning of the literary success that was his for more than a score of years. Fatally wounded, Long was found n the bedroom of his Beverly Hills home late yesterday. Nearby was a mall rifle. Long had been editor of such prominent magazines as Red Book, 31ue Book, Green Book and Cosmo- wlitan. Team Total Dayton .... 200 200 399 200 ans 097 19S 198 197 992 990 3S8 387 307 MOGULS HATE TO SEE STAR GAME! Cont!nued From Sport Page) rates in the first game of their western swing Wednesday with Schumacher in shape to take the hill and undoubtedly turn hi-another of his fine performances. Meanwhile the Yankees open against the Cleveland Indians at home, very much aware of the victory-mad Detroit Tigers who are visiting the Senators down at Washington. ..The Yanks lead the American league by only one game, and the Indians, in fourth place, have been playing some good ball at times. The Tigers have had 10 consecutive wins and meet a seventh place club in Washington. Waterloo Golf Club Gets Next Iowa Amateur Meet CEDAR RAPIDS, July 10. UP]-The Sunnyside club at Waterloo will entertain the 1936 Iowa amateur golf' tournament. Directors ol the Iowa Golf association voted yesterday to accept the Waterloo club's bid. E. J. Carey of Cedar Rapids, sec retary-treasurer of the association for 1935, was elected to the presi dency at yesterday's meeting. L. E Walker of Waterloo was chosen to fill Carey's former position. THE MHHYS.JINP ts Quoted In this newspaper daily. Prospectus may be secured from your investment dealer. A U C T I O N -- on -Friday, July 12 AT 1 O'CLOCK At the Fred G. Sharp residence at North Side of Rockwell. Full Set of Furniture for 8- room house/ and numerous other articles. ORA BAYLESS, Auct. Fredericksburg Church Anniversary Observed FREDERICKSBURG, July 10.-Members of the First Baptist church of Frederickstaurg celebrated :he diamond jubilee anniversary of [he founding of the church Sunday. This was exactly 75 years from the day ten charter members met to form a Baptist church in this community. Dr. Frank Anderson oJ Des Moines, secretary of the Iowa Baptist convention, delivered ^the anniversary sermon and a missionary address by Dr. V. H. Sword and a talk by the Rev. A. A. Rideou* of Charles City ning program. featured the Here and There Visit in Wisconsin. MITCHELL--Mrs. Mary Warrington, Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Skuster and son, Gordon, also Mrs. Ben Bowers have gone to Edgerton, Wis., to spend a week visiting Mrs. Warrington's sister, and other relatives. Visitors From Wisconsin. NORA SPRINGS--Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wyatt and little daughter, Margaret Alice of Fon du Lac, Wis., visited at the J. W. Wyatt home Monday. They are visiting at Kice- ville also, where Mrs. Wyatt's relatives, the Walkers live. Leave for East. PORTLAND--Mr. and Mrs. John Curran, accompanied by their daughter, Grace, left Monday for a short visit with their daughter, Blanche, who resides at Moline, 111., and at that place will be joined by another daughter, Lucille, who has been visiting with her sister for a short time, and from there will continue on their trip visiting at Chicago, Niagara Falls and with the Hans Futtrup family, former residents of this community but now of Bloomville, N. Y., and at Elizabeth, N. J., where a sister of Mrs. Curran resides. They plan to be gone a month or more. Visitors From Cicero. LATIMER--Richard Byers and daughter, Mrs. Ortlot of Cicero, 111., have been visiting at the Mr. and Mrs. Art Hopkey home. Daughter Is Bom. GENEVA--Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Crandall are parents of a daughter born July 3. Recovering From Operation. FOREST CITY--Mrs. George Osmundson is recovering from an emergency operation performed at the Irish hospital Saturday night. j Myers Again Board of Health Chairman DES MOINES July 10. C?P)--Th ! state board of health re-elected Dr E. M. Myers of Boone as chairman at the semi-annual board meeting" here. Dr. Herbert E. Stroy of Osce ola was designated again as secre tary. Mrs. Kleist Funeral Conducted at Titonka CORWITH, July 10.--Mrs. Ma Kleist, 53, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jake Riggle of Corwith, died a her home in Rochester, Minn., Mon day following a lingering illness Funeral services were held at th Methodist church at Titonka Wednesday afternoon, with burial in the Titonka cemetery. May Riggle was born in Benton county May 20, 1882. She was married to Charles Kleist May 29, 1901 and for the last 12 years they had farmed near Rochester. She was the mother of 10 children, three of whom preceded her in death. Mr. Kleist died Jan. 2, 1935. Suriviving are four sons, three daughters, sight grandchildren, the parents, seven brothers and three sisters. STOCKS RETAIN MOST OF GAINS American Telephone at New 1935 High Before Slip Back for Loss. NEW YORK, July 10. (JP--The stock market retained most of its early gains of minor fractions to around a point during late transactions today. American Telephone, after establishing a new 1935 high at 130%, slid back for a loss of nearly a point under modest profit taking but other leaders held up well Including J. I. Case, Schenley Distillers. Santa Fe, Delaware and Hudson, Union Pacific, Coleman, General Motors, Eastman Kodak, Consolidated Gas, North American, Cerro de Pasco, Inland Steel, National Steel and Anaconda. The late tone was steady. Sales approximated 1,050,000 shares. The coroporate bond market especially Junior Rails, showed modest improvement, but TJ. S. Governments continued to display irregularity. Foreign exchanges were inclined to retreat in the face of strong dollar rates. Curb Market NEW YORK, July 30 i/IV-Curb market stocks developed a fa.'rly steady cone today v.-ith substantial aid f« - om alcohol and oil issues. Trading was llgKt. After a narrow and uneven start, a broad demand made its appearance for EMstillers Corporation-Seagrams toward the end oC the tirst hour and this Issue quickly ran up more than % point nlotij; with Hiram Walker, which was strong r-nt less active. Other shares showing improvi-meot included Aluminum company, up 1^ points. Consolidated Gas of Baltimore, up 1, and Tobacco and Al lied Stocks, up 1}£. Both creoie and International Petroleum were steady to firm. Utilities were a trifle hesitant hut Electric Bond and Share recovered an early loss Of U point and Niagara Hudson was able o advance a trifle. Bond Market NEW rOFK, July 10. f.T--Despite a cou- le or soft spots in the corporate list the i^nd market showed a fair amount of teadiness today. Tradinp in second grade rails slackened ending the results of conferences scheduled this week between Reconstruction Fiance corporation officials and managements f certain properties in process of reorgani- ation. Prime corporate descriptions were mostly rm and few showed moderate gains. U. S. overnmenta were a shade higher in the ederal farm mortgage section, and un- hanged to a little lower In the treasury st. Trading favorites which, moved up to top aias of *i of a point included American and ^oreign Power 5s, Baltimore and Ohio 4^5, Great Northern 4-js, International Telephone s, Southern Pacific 4 J ,*l-s, Southern Kallway s and Youngstown sheet and Tube 5s. Forenoon dealings resulted in fractional ossc-s in American Smelting 5s. Santa Fe 4s, tfssouri Pacific 5s, series F, New York Cen- ral 5s, United Drug 5s and Western Union Postal Telegraph 5s showed a modest re- overy following a sharp decline on Tuesday. Trading in utility loans was srnaller than rsual. North American 5s showed about the est action of the power category, getting up Vi point at lOOVi. Italian issues showed better action than ·est«rday, the 7s being up a little at 69Vs- C.OVERXMENT BONDS. NEW YORK. July 10. ui--U. S. closed: Liberty Fourth 4145 101.21. Treasury 4'/iS 47-52 117.3. Treasury 4s 44-54 112.2. Treasury 3Ss 40-43 June 105.17. Treasury 3Hs 46-49 105.4. Treasury 3s 51-55 103.31. T.WESTMENT TRUSTS Bid and asked July 10: Corp Tr Sh 2.19 Corp Tr Sh AA Mod 2,50 Corp Tr Sh Accum Ser .... 2.15 Corp Tr Accum Ser Mod 2.50 Dividend Sh Maryland Fund Nationwide Sec Nationwide Sec Vtc .... Nor Amer Tr Sh .... Nor Amer Tr Sh 1955 Quarterly Inc Sb Selected Am Sh Selected Cum Sh Selected Income Sh .. Super Corp Am Tr A U S El L £ P A U S El L i i-P B .... U S El L P B Vtc .. 1.37 ...16.34 .... 3.45 ... 1-24 ... 2.10 ... 2.58 i.r.s 2.65 ... 7.33 , 3.7S 3.41 '.".. 2.10 " 3.55 1.35 15 V, 2.21 .87 Delinquent Tax Sale Is Held in Hancock County GARNER, July 10.--A tax sale o: delinquent property including sL« descriptions was sold at the court house Monday whicb totaled SI, 1 214.66 and included two farms h Orthel and two in Crystal town ships and town residences in Klem me. County Treasurer Roy L. Me Millin said another sale would be held in September. Very little delin quent property remains to be sol: then. Miss Lorraine Hansen, depuU auditor, clerked the sale. Picnic To Be Held Soon. SPILLVILLE, July 10.--A joint Legion and auxiliary meeting was held at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuhn Monday evening. A joint picnic is planned soon. Visitors From California. ROWAN--Mr. and Mrs. L. W. McCallum and son. Jack, and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McCallum of Pasadena, Cal., arrived July 3 to visit in the Earl Sellers home in Rowan. They visited Sunday in the Pete Mathiason home in Mason City. 3HT JJivv .= H.AOH 5IA3Q QUA =H-ia VVOO 3KV OUA avvAQ TAO ,M 3SUA f STOSTT XO^ "TMOlV a-i S W Q O I W 3KT siaov 5T e Stock List KEW YOItK STOCKK. NEW YORK. July 10. UP)-- Flmil luututloii9. Air Reduction 146«, I T T % Johns Man 159 % 140 Allegheny Al Clw Dye Am Can Am For Pow 4 !i Am Pow Lt 3-"i Am Smelt Re 42% Am Steel Fdrs 16% vm Sugar 59'i A- T T 127% Am Tob B 98% 9% 501 IS-i 28 JB 31% 115 4 3 ft 40 21'~ Am Water Wks ll'/i Anaconda tchlsoD All Ret Auburn Aviation Corp Baldwin Loco B O Barnsdall Bendlx Beth st Burdens Borg Warner Burr Add Canada Dry Can Pacific 4'J'i 2ji% 10 ~;I Ifi',-; StH-i lerro de Pasco ;hes O Ches Corp Cht N W Chi Gt W M S P P M S P P pfd C R 1 P Chrysler G B :o m with so Con Gas Cons Oil Contl Can lonti Oil Contl Ins Contl Motor Corn Prod Curtiss Wr :eerc pfd 3u Pont Eastman El Pow Lt fox Film A Freeport Tex Am Trans Elect G.CH Foods Gen Motors iillette iobcl Gold Dust Goodrich loodyear Gt No pfd Gt West Sug -ludson Mot [11 Cent :nt Har :nt Nic Can 43 17 ,i 11% 10 59 58 44% 42 2 52 X 7-t 1% 87% 21% 37% 78 78 2'.i 26 ^ 103% 150'.-'. 3'.* 16% 26!i 41 U 37 il 34 T-s 1H Ifi-H S'.i 19 % 21% 29 ',; S 14 U 29 Vi 27 Kennccott Kresge Kroger Li obey 0 F Gl Lig My B Loews Loose Wiles Lorlllard MeKcss Rob McK RQb pfd 36 Mid com pet 11% M K T Mo Pac Mont Ward Nash Nail Biscuit Nat Cash Re A Nat Dairy Nat Distill Nat Pow Lt N Y Cent N Y N H H No Am No Pac Oliver Farm Packard Penney Pcnn Phillips Pet Proc Gam Pullman R C A R K O Rcm Rand Rep Stl Rey Tob B Roy Dutch Scars Roe Shell Un SkClly Socony Vac So Pac St Brands St G E St Oil Cal St Oil Ind St OU N J Slew Warn Stone Warner Studcbakcr Texas Corp Tex G u l f Sul Tim Roll Bear Union Carb Union Pac Unit Air Unit Corp U S Gypsum U S Ind Alch U S Rubber U S steel Warner Plx West El Mfg Wool worth Yel Truck. Hi 29 'i 14'» 30 K 16"i 27,i 9'A 17',i 4 18* 19Vi 111, 4',-i 76't 23% 22 51»4 6',4 47 10% 9% 12 Ti IS 16 4 34 S 25 '.-'· 4 E i i 12 611 19% 34 ',-i 42% 64% 105% 15 U 57'" 4 4 % 13'i 36 i, 4';ft 58 S 61% 2% CHICAGO STOCKS Cities Service 1T» Quak Oats Libby McNeil 7 S w i f t Co ,1 W Util H Swift Intl Rational Stand 31 Zenith 32 3 CHICAGO. July 10. I/PI- .VI.V.N'EAI'OMS .STOCKS MINNEAPOLIS, July 10. l.-l'i -- Stocks First Bank Stock 10S- Northwest Banco 53s. IOWA PUBLIC UTILITY PREFERRED STOCKS. (By the Associated Press) Bid and asked on July 10: :ent St El 7 pet pfd (S25 par) 6 ient st P L 7 pet pfd 3!« I 31 Gas S pet pfd (SSO par) 51 55 !,I Gas 7 pet pfd (S50 par) 49 nterstate Pow 7 pet pfd ..... 14 owa Elec 7 pet pfd 15 owa Elec 6 1 /:- pet pfd 14^ ·a El Lt Pow 7 pet pfd ... 60 owa El Lt Pow 6 pet pfd .. 5SM: owa Pow Lt 7 pet pfd 93 owa Pow Lt 6 pet pfd ..... Se 1 ^ owa Pub Service 7 pet pfd 68 c,wa Pub Service 6 pet p l d 64 So Ut 7 pet pfd Beil TeJ 6# pet pfd lH'/i United Lt Rys 7 pet pfd 53 United Lt £ Rys 6 pet pfd ..... 50 62 97 90'i 63 47 ]1S 57 54 Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck Bldg. Telephone No. "I CHICAGO STOCKS S'endix Corp 16*3 Quaker oats Borg-Warn Cp 42% Swift i Co Butler Bros 6'A Swift Intl Co Cities service Co I 7 's U S Gypsum Cord Corp 3Vi Zenith Co Lib, ilcN Lib 7 Marsnali Fields · i'i NEW YORK CURB Am G Elec 29% Ford M of Ens A Cyanamid B 22% Am Sup Pow Co 1% Ark Nat Gas A 15-16 Assoc G E A V, Can Ind Alk 9 Can Marconi l?g Dlst Corp Seag 20" rf El Bb £ Share 9"i Ford M of Can 27 W NEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 16% Intl Carriers Am Bank Note 27% Am B'eet Su Co 14"'s Am C Fy Co 18% Am Roll'g Mills 2H4 Amer Metal Co 42% Am R S Co IS VI Amer Tob Co 93% Armour Co A 3"s Hi Walker Co 2S% Hud B M S 15% Humble Oil Co 59 ',i Niag Hud Pow Pennroad Corp S O Ky Co United Gas Co Un Li Pow A 7% 2'.4 215s 2% 13% 25% 19% 21':', As Dry Goods 10% Bel Hemingway 11% Briggs Mfg Co 36-}i Budd Mfg GO 4% Byers A M Co 16% Calif Packing 35',i Caterpillar Trac 50 Com Credit 48% Com Solvents Cont Oil Cr of Wheat 3S;j Cudahy Pack'g 42^ Curt-Wri Co A 7* Douglas Airc 26 Eaton Mfg Co 22$ Elec Auto Lite 24 "f Erie P. R Co ~'/ Fire'ne T R 15 First Na Stores 54 Foster-Wheeler 15!J GHdden Co 29v; Hahn De Stores 6 1 * Houst Oil (new) 2v; Hupp Motors l?i Kelvinator Co Lambert Co Liquid Carb Cp 3214 Loose-Wiles Bis 40 Mack Truck 10% Mathieson Alk 30Ts McLellan Stores 12 Mex Seab'd Oil 3014 Min, Moline Imp 4% Motor Products 31 No Amer Avi 3 Otis Steel Co 6VS Owen 111 Glass 101 :· Park Utah Cop 4V Plymouth Oil Pub Ser of N J 3S T J Pure Oil Co S"? Purity Bakery 13 Reo Motors 3 Simmons Co 10^ So Calif Edison 19"; Sperry Corp 10 V: Tejaulograph 7 ] /£ Tide Wa As Oil 10J U S Sraeiter 109% Util P Li Vanadium Un Gas Imp Warren Bros Western union Worth 1 n Pump Youngs S £ T 20% 15 Lamson Brothers Market Letter PEAK PRICE OF $10,10 IS PAID Trading Active and Mostly 10 to 15 Cents Higher Than Tuesday. CHICAGO, July 10. (.-PI--Hog values rose again in the Chicago livestock market today and a peak price of S10.10 was paid for prime 200-250 Ib. animals. The fresh run of 9,000, out of which the major packers received 3,000 on direct billings, was under expectation. Trade was active and mostly 10 to 15 cents higher than yesterday's averages. Little was done in the cattle run in the forenoon 'on steers and year- .ings, and the undertone was 25 cents or more lower. Some early 3ids were 50 cents lower than yesterday's final figures. No weighty steers were sold early and the early top on choice yearlings was 511.40. Cows ruled steady to strong, bulls firm and vealers 25 cents lower. Today's receipts were 9,000. The big packers received S.200 sheep on direct consignment out of the day's supply of 12,000. They were independent in the open market which was slow and fully 25 cents lower on fat lambs. Yearlings were steady and sheep weak. Mason City Livestock MASON CITY, July 10.-HOGS Ten to 20 cents higher. Good light lights 140-160 S7-75-7.90 Good lights J6Q-180 $8.45-8.70 Gcod lights 180-200 5S.SO-9.05 Good light butchers .... 200-220 $8.95-9.25 Good light butchers 220-200 58.95-9.25 Good mcd. wt. butchers 250-290 $S.6~-S.9f Good heavy butchers .. 290-350 SS.3o-S.65 Good prime hy. butchers 350-400 5S.OO-S.30 Good packing sows 275-350 S7.70-S.OO Good heavy sows 350-425 $7.50-7.Si) ood big heavy sows . . 425-550 $7.30-7.60 Kiod big heavy sows 550 and up S".00-7.30 (The above Is a 10:30 truck hog market for good and choice hogs. The difference ID price is for short and long haul hogs.) CATTLE Steers choice 1200-14ou S 9.00-10.00 Steers, choice 1000-1200 $ 8.50-10.00 Steers, med to good HOU-14UO S 7.5U- 9.5n Steers, med. to eood 900-1100 S 6.50- 7.5u leers, common to medium ... $ 5.50- 6.50 Heifers, good to choice $ 7.50- 9.00 Heifers, medium to good $ 6.UU- S.OU ielfers. common to medium .. $ 4.50- 6.UU lows, good to prime .......... S 5.75-6.25 Cows, good to choice $4.50-5.75 Iowa, fair to good S 3-50-4.50 lows, cutters · S 2.5Q-3.2o Cows, canners S 2.00-2.50 Bulls S 4.25- 5.00 Calves, TMood and choice 330-190 S6-00-B.50 :a!ves. med. to good 130-190 S5.50-fi.00 Calves, Infer, to com. 130-190 55.»0 down LAMBS i'earling Lambs, gd, to ch. 70-90 S5.25-5.50 "" -ling Lambs, med. to gd, 70-90 $4.50-5.25 Y'rling Lambs, rair to med 53.25-4.25 Culls - 53-25 down L,ambs, good to choice ... . 70-90 S7.7ri-8.US iba, medium to t;ood SG.75-7 75 Lambs, fair to medium 5.i.75-6.(» Culls S'l-75 down Buck lambs 51 less. All truck lambt three p°und dock a lamo Quotations subject to market fluctuations. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. CHICAGO, July 10. li*--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 9,000; including 3,000 direct; ac- te. mostly lOc to 15c higher than Tuesday's average: heavy butchers up more; better grade* 200 to 250 Ibs. $9.75ffj'10.05; top S10.10; 250 to 350 Ibs. 59^9.95; 160 to 200 Ihs s9.50'n-10.05; packing sows mostly SS.25 rtj'8.50, CATTLE 9,000; calves 1,500; very little done on steers and yearlings; undertone 25c or more lower; weather hot and water fills liberal, however. Some early bids 50c lower. Buyers attempting to discount fills. Early ton choice yearlings 511.40; no weights steers sold, but numerous loads in crop which cur~ prises steers and yearlings mostly with she stock run small. Yearling heifers steady to weak. Cows steady to strong; bulls firm. Vealers 25c lower. SHEEP 12.000; slow, fat lambs opening fully 25c lower. Most early bids off mori Yearlings steady; sheep weak. Good to choice native lambs SS.oO(-( $.7f; best held S8-85 and above. Rangers relatively scarce and quality plain. Two doubles desirabit; yearlings S6.8S. Native ewes $2'5'3: best held higher. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITY, July 10. i.T.---U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 1.500; 270 direct: active, uneven; 10-25C higher than Tuesday's average; heavies up most: top $9.55 on choice 190 to 250 Ibs.; desirable ISO to 2SO Ibs. S9.e5fiO.55; few 290 to 320 Ibs. S9«J9.35: 150 to ISO Ibs. £S.90fi'9.50; sows 57,85^5.15; few SS.25. CATTLE 4.000: calves 800; few steers, yearlings and fed heifers slow, indications weak to 25c lower: vealers and calves weak to SOc lower; otherwise market mostly steady; choice heavy steers held upward to S11.25: medium 113 Ib. grass steers SS; medium 995 !b. weights S7: most grass fat cow? S4.7517.-,.75; selected vealers up to SS. SHrlEP 3.500; lambs fully 2oc lower; sheep and yearling about steady: early top native lambs SS.35: best held at SS.50: most sales SS^JS.35; medium yearlings 55.40. Hog Markets MIDU'KST HOGS ' Hog prices at midwest, markets Wednesday: WATERLOO-- Hogs 10 cents higher. Goud choice 110 to 180 Ibs. $7.75C'('9.05: 180 ._ 250 Ibs. 58.90'S.30; 250 to 350 Ibs. SS.15 S.95; packing sows 275 to 550 Ibs. $7.30 CEDAR RAPIDS-- Good hogs 140 to 150 bs. $7.901^8.15; 150 to 160 Ibs. S8.30CI 8.55: 160 to 170 Ibs. S8.50frS.80: 170 to IS'J Ibs 58.8069.05; 180 to 200 Ibs. SS.05 9.30: 200 to 220 Ibs. $3.15»i9.40: 220 to 450 Ibs S9.05lff9.30: 250 to 290 Ibs. $8.80(5 9.05; 290 to 325 Ibs. SS.55SiS.SO: 325 to 350 Ibs S8.30ffS.55: goad packers 275 to 350 Ibs. S7. 80@ 8.05: 350 to 425 Ibs. S7.65W 7.90; 425 to 500 Ibs. S7.45SJ.7.70; 500 to 550 Ibs. 57.257.50. OTTUMWA -- 5 t 110 Ibs S 75- 160 . . Ibs. SS.95S' 9.20; 180 to 200 Ibs. 9.35: 200 to 220 Ibs. S9.15W9.45: 220 to 2oO Ibs. $ 250 to 290 Ibs. SS.709: ·90 to 350 Ibs. J8.40fr8.70: 350 to 400 Ibs. 58 055 S 35; packers 275 to 3SO Ibs. $7. Sot;, 8 15: packers 350 to 425 Ibs. S7.70S8; packers 425 to 450 Ibs. $7.5097.80. AUSTIN-- lOc higher; Rood to choice loo to "00 Ibs. SS.95«i 9.25; 200 to 250 Ibs. S9.05 «i935- 250 to 290 Ibs. $S.80«, 9.10: 290 to 350 Ibs. S8.451iS.75: packing sows, good, all weights 57.30S. COMBINED HOC, RECEIPTS. DES MOINES. July 10. (,-Pi-- U. S. department of agriculture-Combined hog receipts at 22 concentration yards and 9 packing plants located In Interior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the ·4 hour period ended at S a. m. today were 12.100 compared with 10,800 a week ago and 16.500 a. year ago. Fairly active, mostly lOc to 15c higher. spots 20c to 25c above early Tuesday: loading appears little lighter. Quotations follow : Light lights 140 to 160 Ibs. good and choice SS8.80: light weights 160 to 180 Ibs. IS.60'fi9.25; 180 to 200 Ibs. SS 95T''940- medium weights 200 to 220 Ibs. ' V.'iO- "0 to 250 Ibs. S8.95ft9.50; heavy weights 250 to 290 Ibs. 5S.65S7.-9.20: 290 to 350 Ibs SS.255TS.90; packing sows 275 to 350 Ibs. cood S7.70fl5.20: 350 to 425 Ibs. ,$7.50^5.05; 425 to 550 Ibs. S7.30?i 7.S5. -- 25 cents higher, 140 to ;8.15«rS.45; 150 to 160 Ibs. S8.45S' to 170 Ibs. 5S.758 9.05: 170 to 1M) 9.20; 180 LIVESTOCK FORECAST CHfCAGO, July 10. '."-Official MM; mated receipts tomorrow: Cuttle. 5.000. hogs. 10.000; sheep. S.OOO. Representative Soles CHICAGO. July 10. (.-T 1 )--U. S. department of agriculture--Representative sales: Heavy-41 360 =5 302 24 265 60 253 Medium-- 24 S SS 241 20 220 ,1 210 Native Lambs-31 S4 142 81 7S 24 61 Bfi SI Range Lambs-400 ?S HOGS. Light-40 9.00 9.25 9.75 9.S5 192 1SS 30 ITS 25 162 I.ichl L i p h t s -32 1SS 61 140 10.05 9.95 9.!0 9.75 6.95 10.00 10.05 10.10 SHEEP. Ycarlinss-- S.75 56S 74 5.50 Native Slaughter R 50 Ewes-- S.oO 11 125 7.7S 31 134 ;teen .1 22 40 30 iO S5 91 1242 1250 1254 933 915 112S 1102 7.7.1 CATTLE. Heifers- 12.10 IS 11.75 25 11.25 20 10.15 10 9.65 S.OO Coiv 10 40 10 5 19.') B7 750 675 1200 1150 1100 107.1 900 3.75 3.00 2.00 1.50 10.15 10.10 9.00 6.50 S.OO 7.00 fi.25 4.75 3.50 Hides and Wool quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc., 308 Fifth Street Southwest. SIOUX riTV LIVESTOCK SIOUX CITY. J u l y 10. (.T 1 )--U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 3.500: weak to 25 cents lower; steers SS.50»11; heifers S10«M0.25: cows 54.50^6.25: low cutters and cutters ?3.50^ 4.23. HOC.S 4.JOO: 15 to 25 cents higher: top S9.50; 190 to 250 Ibs. 59.35^ 9.50: 260 to 290 Ibs ?9.15^ 9.35: 29(1 to 340 Ihs. 58.75^ S.15: 160 to 190 Ibs. SS.75S9.35: sows SS.13 ^8,40; pics SS.50 down. SHEEr 1,500: inclurilnc 550 direct: lambs 25 cents lower at ?7.75fi S.25. MARKET REVIE\V Wheat--After a little easiness at the open- ins wheat prices firmed and although prices were nervous and sensitive to buying and selling orders, the upward trend was fairly well maintained. The strength in outside markets, particularly Kansas City, was a factor in causing a steady undertone in our market. News from Kansas City was that the buying -was scattered and nV'Stiy on the strength in the cash market there and in other western markets. Reports from Kansas City indicated that yields in Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska were r u n n i n g about a third to a half less than expected. There were rust reports from our northwest as v,ell as from the Canadian provinces. There is as yet little evidence Of hedging pressure but there Is a tendency on the part of the large traders who are friendly to the market not to follow the sharp advances in wheat prices. Corn--There was not much activity in the corn market today, prices holding within a narrow range. Local traders bought occasionally on the s t r e n g t h in w h e a t ' b u t they did not receive much help frum commission hmisc?. The '.ve;tther was more favorable n v f r t h e he!:. The government rep-'""' w i l l pri'Mr-H i n ' l i f a t r a :'rn crop somewhat in l i n e w i t h i n recent pstimales. We do not care to follow rapid upturns In the com market. SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL. July 10. l.Th--U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 2.500: steady to SOc lower: steers SS' 1 '10.50: heifers S51i"; cows S4.50ft,6.30: low cutter and cutter S3.501i4.25: bulls S5S' 5.75 : calves 2.700: S6.50T) 7.50. HOGS 3.400: steady to lOc higher: 150 to 230 IbF. S9.25"59.50: lop S9.50: 230 to 27(1 Ibs. 3S.75«?9.25: !rm's SS!!'S-15; pigs 59 down. SHEEP 700: lambs, 25c lower at SS.25 down. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA. July 10. l.-n--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 5.000: 10-25C higher: ISO to 260 Ibs. S9 40^/9.60: top .59.60: 240 to 290 Ibs. S9.20 ·TT9.40- 160 to ISO Ibs. SS.low 9.40; pigs S.25: packing sows SS.30'': S.50.' CATTLE 4,000: calves 300; steady to 25c higher: steers Sll and above: heifers SS.50'-j 10; cows S4.75«7.50: cutler grades S3.50S 4.50. SHEEP 7.500; Includes S loads direct; lambs 25c lower; at $8.25 down. On Wedding Trip. WHITTEMORE. July 10.--Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lewman of Milwaukee arrived in Whittemore the first of the week to spend then- honeymoon at the home of Mr. anti Mrs. August Mielke. Howehldes 52 Ml "GREEN BEEF HIDES Up to 25 Ibs - 4c 25 to 45 Ibs - 3%c Mora than 60 Ibs. ..,,,...,...... .... .S^c Buii hides ,.,.,......... * 2c ·Cured hides half cent more a pound. (On above price half cent higher to wholesale dealers to wholesale lots.) Clear wool - 22c 1n Burr-.- and chaffy wool .ISc Ib. Rejects · --iSc t b Last year's wool '^c Ib. Last year's burry and chaffy \vool .... 15c Ib. WOOL MARKET. B'OSTON, July 10. (.-I'l--U. S. department of agriculture-A moderate amount of business is being transacted in the £ine r grades of western grown wool and there is some inquiry on semi-bright medium fleece but other lines are mostlv quiet in greasy combing wool. Eight month Texas wool brought 65-67 cents scoured basis. Short French combing 64s and finer territory wools bring 65-67 cents scoured basis while average to good French combing staple of the same grade are moving at 6S-70 cents scoured basis. Miscellaneous WHEAT CLOSES ABOUT STEADY Black Rush, Disappointing Thresher Returns Help to Lift Grains. CHICAGO, July 10. UPl--'Blach rust northwest and disappointing thresher returns southwest did much to make wheat prices average higher today, pending the United States government crop report due after the close. Messages from the southwest indicated keen competition between mills and elevators for the offerings of new hard wheat. The cash wheaj basis at Hutchinson, Kansas, was reported as 2 cents to 3 cents higher relative to the futures. Wheat closed irregular, % lower .0 V- higher compared with yesterday's finish, Sept. 8514®%, corr unchanged to % down, Sept. 75 %@ ,!., oats \j(q°'r. off, and provisions varying from 5 cents decline to 25 cents gain. POTATO MARKET CHICAGO. July 10. l.Ti--V. S. department of agriculture-Potatoes 59. on track 184, total U. shipments 510; old stock, supplies light, mand and trading slow, no sales reported; new stock slightly stronger, supplies light, demand and trading good: sacked per cwt California long v.-hites U. S. No. 1. 51.70ft 1.75; Illinois cobblers U. S. No. 1. SI.4?: Missouri cobblers U. S. No. 1. sl.25frl.30: Tennessee oliss triumphs U. S. No. 1. SI.55: cobblers U. E. No. 1. S1.45W1.60; North Carolina bliss triumphs U. S. No. 1. sl.B 1.90; Virginia cobblers U. S. No. 1. SI.4 1.50; bbls North Carolina cobblers U. S- No. 1, $2.10. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN, CHICAGO, July 10. (IP)--Cash wheat, No. 2 red 84S'S"c new; sample grade red Sit new; No. 2 hard 97Uc; corn, No. 2 yellow SSSSS'.lc: No. 3 yellow S6(ySSc; No. 5 yel- cw S3c; No. 3 white S7c; sample grade 87c; ts. No, 2 white SG^fS'SB^c; No. 3 whiti 33',-c; no rye; no buckwheat; no soybeans; barley nominal, feed 35^47c. malting 503 SOc; timothy seed per cwt. $4.90, new $4.75; clover seed per cwt. 513.S55? 18.25. Lard tierces $13.95; loose 513,87; belllei 17.'12. VHEAT-- uly ept Dec CORN-- 'uly lent Dec OATS-- uly Dec ....... '.YE-- 'uly ...... Sept ....... Dec ....... BARLEY-- illy ...... Sept ....... LARD-- uly ...... Sept ....... Oct ......... Dec ....... BELLIES -- luly ......... 17.50 Sept .......... SEW VOBK SUGAR. NEW YORK. July 10. (,Ti--Raw sugar cuiet today. Late yesterday there was a sale of :i6.00o"bass of Philippines for J u l y - A u gust shipment to an outport refiner at 3.SOc. while an operator bought 10,000 bags of Cubas for July shipment at 2.30c for Cuba equivalent to about 3.32c. duty paid, delivered. Futures were easier under scattered liquidation. September No. 3 declined from 2.3SC to 2.34C and March from 2.11c to 2.0SC or 3 (o 4 points net lower. Trade buying checked the decline and there was a partial rally in the late afternoon with the genera! market at mid-day ruling about unchanged to 1 point net lower. Refined was unchanged at 5.25c for fine granulated. Agent's Wife Has Operation. HAMPTON. July 10--Mrs. Manning Howell, wife of the county agent, is a patient at the Lutheran hospital where she underwent an emergency operation for appendicitis Monday. Entertain at Supper. FOREST CITY--Misses Irene Newman, Lenora Hauge, Mr. anc Mrs. M. M. Friedman and Ivar Fiske were hosts and hostesses at the pot luck supper at the country club Tuesday evening. But how will -Tap troops win vie Lories when the general on the othei side doesn't ncetl a million dollars? --Davenport Times. Mason City Grain MASON CITY, July 10-Barley 50-6Se No. 2 yellow shelled corn, old..74c No. 3 shelled, new 72c No. 4, ear White Oats, No. 3 ,.65c ,.25c \VEDXESDAY GRAIN CLOSE. CHICAGO, July 10. High .84). Low .S3 'A .8-1 -X -85Ti ,7Sii .62:4 ..13.95 ..I3.7f, . .13.50 ..12.75 13.90 13.67 13.45 12.67 17.35 ClOSf .84 S .85 'S .86*4 .61 '1 .33 '4 .32 .34 .44 « .45 .44 13.90 13.70 13,47 12.70 17.30 17.20 W E D N E S D A Y GRAIN' OPEN- CHICAGO. July 10. .VHEAT-- Tuly ~ Dec ..,. CORN-July Sept Dec OATS-J u l y Sept Dec RYE-July Sept. Dec BARLEY-July Sept LARD-- Julv Srpt Oct Dec BELLIES July Sept Open Today .S3'; .S!VS .86% Close Yes'day Close Yr. Aye .7614 · 63H .44 .44 13.SO 13.62 13.40 12.75 17.25 17.12 .45'; .46"; 7JI2 7.30 7.42 OMAHA GRAIN. OMAHA. July 10. l.T 1 !--Wneat, No. 3 dark hard 94c: No. 5 dark hard S9c; No. 1 hard J ' c ; No. 2 hard 92'5'95 I ^c: sample hard H.'79'.id; No. 2 mixed 8354C. Corn and oats, no sales. MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN. MINNEAPOLIS. July 10. (Ji--Wheat 42 cars today compared 36 year ago. Market Oi-lc lower. Cash: No. 1 northern 51.05* 1.07: No. 1 dark northern 15 protein $1.05 f-rl.ll: 14 protein Sl.OS^l.lO: 13 protein 51,06'7l.OS; 12 protein S1.05@1.07: fancy No. f hard Montana 14 protein S1.04®1.06: to arrive SI.04^1.06; fancy No. l.hard amber durum SI.06%^? 1.12%; fancy No. 2 hard amber durum S1.05%ff 1.11%: No. 1 red durum 7S«c; July 51-03; September 89Sc: December SO'sC. Corn, No. 3 yellow S25TS4C. Oats. No. 3 white 33Vj@34 3 .^c. KAN'SAS CITY GRAIN. KANSAS CITY. July 10. Wi--Wheat 63 cars; unchanged to 4 r ;ic higher; No. 2 dark hard 97V-c?Sl; No. 3 nominally 90c@ S1.04U: No. 2 hard 92i£craSl; No. 3, 91*; 9 Sl%c: No. 2 red SS'/itfSS-'ic; No. 3 nominally 37-390=; c. Corn 10 cars: ^c to Ic higher: No. 3 white SO'.ic: No. 3 nominally 8"i^@S9c; No. 2 yellow nominally SSI/^O^c; No. 3 nominally 87 ] .j'??S9c: No. 2 mixed nominally 37® SS^ic; No. 3 nominally SSiA^-SSe. Oats 3 cars; 'ic hipher to ^c lower; No. 2 white nominally 38',~1Ml^c; No. 3 nominally 3-il«f40Sc. Algona Grays Take 2-] Contest With Top Team ALGONA. July 10.--The Algons Grays took the measure of Iowa's semipro baseball champions, Pragei Beer, by 2 to 1 as "Chick" Hughes pitched air-tight ball for the local club. Sensational fielding by both teams kept the score low, the Des Moines club counting on a homerun over the centerfield wall. The Grays have been beaten 4 times in 20 games this season. ON MASON CITY PROPERTY Investment Department FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mason City, Iowa

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