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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 6 193;? The Smart -4partmtnt Hotel of L O S A N G E L E S ARCADY I N V I T E S I N Q U I R I E S FROM THOSE P L A N N I N G A T81P TO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA THIS WINTER W I L S H I R E BLVD. AT R A M P A R T "How We Got That Way" --by Wyatt Started QUILTC- AWr CO CAU.-ED BECAUSE THEIR 1NVENTOQ WENT OUT OF H1C-MIND TRYING TO. K£EP ONE ON MS BED AT NIGHT. Day or night, any time, any place,, within 25 m i l e s ol Mason City, we'll deliver Hcn- kel's Ready Mixed Concrete. We use pure washed sand, and guarantee every mix. Ask for our reasonable prices. HENKEL'S READY-MIXED CONCRETE PHONE 2G26 So Crippled With Rheumatism Could Hardly Get Around JWell Known Local Farmer Had Been. Miserable Past Four Years; Two Boxes of Gly- Cas Nearly Like a Miracle in Helping Him. Amazing things have been accomplished by this new herbal remedy, Gly-Cas, and its action on the system is entirely different from any other medicine ever introduced here before. Throughout Mason City and vicinity there are actually ^ tv'*fc , . K. Z. NICHOLAS jiiany hundreds : who are now en joying the best health they have had in years, well aware o£ the fac that they had tried many medicines and treatments before without re suits and that "Gly-Cas" deservet full credit for their present gooi condition. Read what Mr. R. Z Nicholas, Nora Springs, Iowa, wel known farmer living eight miles east of this city, says of Gly-Cas remarkable action in helping him "What is claimed for Gly-Cas i ·will do that very thing," he said "for it is the first and only medl cine I have ever found to give thi results it was supposed to. Fou years ago I began to suffer witl rheumatism, settled in my lined snd was hardly able to ge around. Pain was awful and I suf fered intensely. Regardless of wha I tried I got no better until I begai Gly-Cas and it waa unfailing in mj stubborn case. Why just now I havi completed my second box of Gly Cas and am free of my troubles ant feeling fine. Gly-Cas has given me such good results I am anxious foi all similar sufferers to know abou It for it does its work and does i well. Any friends or neighbor; wishing to know more about it can reach me on hone 1532." Agkin--Gly-Cas accomplished the amazing after all else tried had flatly failed to have any effect. Gly-Cas 3s sold by Michael Drug Co., 5 South Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa. IVe Own and Invite Inquiries Regarding FIRST MORTGAGES On Mason City Homes to Yield 6% Interest We Write Fh'e Insurance E. W. Clark Co. 2fti M. B. A. Bldg. Phono 727 30 Candidates Out at Riceville High School RICEVTLLE, Dec. 6.--Thirty ambitious basketball candidates have reported t'o Coach George Hardy and to assistant Coach Dale Ross. Prospects for a successful season are in evidence and nightly workouts indicate a high morale and a determination to come through with a basketball team that will match the fine success of the football season just completed. Below is the complete schedule: Dec. IS--Osnge at RlceriHe. Dec. 1 22--KIma at Elma. Jan. 9--Chester" at Cheater. Jan. ID--St. Ansffftr at Rlrevtlle. Jan. 23--I.lme Springs at Rlceville. Jan. 3D--OsaRe at Oaage. Feb." 2--St. AnSBOr at SI. Ansgar. Feb. 6--Elma at RErevillr. Feb. 13--Chester at Jlicevllle. Fell, le-17--Mitchell county tournament. Feb. 20--Crescn al Rlceville. Feb. 27--Ume Spring* at Limit Springs. Mar. 1-2-3--Sectional tournament. Thornton Man, 73, Is Honored on Birthday THORNTON, Dec. 6.--Mrs. Hans Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Wllliard Xowe, Sheffield; Mr. and Mrs. rank Sperry, their daughter, Mrs. race Richards, Thornton; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bnichner, their daugh- :er, Lola May, Clear Lake; and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Schumacher and :helr family, Thornton, gathered at the Fred Schumacher home Sunday as a surprise for Mr. Schumacher on his seventy-third birthday. New Hampton to Open With Lawler on Friday NEW HAMPTON, Dec. 6.--W. J. Waters, New Hampton high school basketball coach, will have an opportunity to look over his five lettermen from last year's team and his 12 minor lettermcn in tha first game of the season against the green shlrted Lawler high school team Friday Greene Takes Two Games From Rudd Cage Squads GREENE, Dec. 6.--Greene high school's basketball team defeated *udd here by 31 to 11 in a first ;eam contest, winning a second team game by 24 to 3. Curtis, with eight field goals and 'our free throws, was the ace of :he evening, while Muller was the best for Rudd. Fischer was second n scoring with six points. fockford Splits Pair in Opening Court Contests ROCKFORD, Dec. 6.--Rockford ligh school's first string basketball team defeated Floyd's first triug here Monday night by 18 to 13 in a season opener. Schriever, with five points, and Crowell were outstanding. A fast erratic game saw frequent fumbles, yancc, with six points, led Floyd's attack. A freshman sophomore game went to Floyd by 22 to 18, with six gift points contributed to the winners through shooting at the wrong has ket. Nooberry and Palmer were outstanding:. Rockford will play Osage a week from Friday before entering conference competition, Gish, out because of a football in.iury, is expected to return to the first string for the season at that lime. State Tournament Goes to Cedar Falls Traps MARSHALLTOWN, Dec. 6. UP-Directors of the Iowa Trapshooting association in a called meeting here awarded the 1934 Iowa trapshoot- i g tournament to Cedar Falls and fixed the dates for the shoot as July 22 to 25 inclusive. The zone trap shoots for the coming year will be as follows: Southwest zone Ames, June 10; northeast zone Charles City. June 24; southeast zone, Grinnell, July I; northwea; zone. Fort Dodge, July 15. H. M Cooper, Murshalltown, is president of the state association. round Party Held. PLYMOUTH--The Ladies Aid society of the M. B. church Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors held its annual Christmas gift exchange and held a pound party for the family of the pastor, the Rev Mr. Colicster and family. MANAGE TO HOLD HOG PRICES ON EVEN KEEL GRAINS REACT IN CLOSING TRADE Market Finishes With Some Gains Despite Late Profit Taking. CHICAGO, Dec. 6. UPI--Reactions from advances formed the rule In grain values today toward the «nd of trading, but the market finished with slight gains. Lack of sustained speculative demand was much in evidence, and profit talcing by previous buyers developed. Forecasts pointed to likelihood of further moisture relief for domestic wheat territory. Wheat closed unsettled at the same as yesterday's finish, to %c higher; Dec., 84Hc; May, 87@ 87%c; corn, %c off to %e up; Dec., 46c; May, 52%@V 2 c; oats, % @ % c advanced, and provisions varying from 10 cents decline to a rise of 5 cents. CHICAGO CASH CHAIN. CHICAGO, Dec. 6. I.1V-Wheat, No. 2 hard S6e; No. 1 mixed S6c; corn, .No. 2 yellow 48=iffl4ec; No. 3 yellow WiC; No. * yellow 4Bc; new corn, Ho. 2 mixed 47%c; No. 3 mixed 5U@16c: No. I mixed 44'4® %c: No. 5 mixed 43V*c; No. 2 yellow 47}* S48c; No. 3 yellow 46^47Vic; No. 4 yellow 44^S([H6c; No. 5 yellow 44c; oats, No. 2 white 35WB3614C; No. 3 white 3 4 V i ® W c ; No. 4 white 31^tc; no r y e ; barley 40@fiflc; timothy seed J5.30@6 cwt.; clover seed, $11 13.85 cwt. Lard 54.85; loose lard 54.05; bellies 53.50. MasonCityCrain MASON CITY, Dec. 6.-Barley 28-40c No. 2 yellow shelled corn 35c No. 3 yellow shelled corn 34c No. 4 yellow new shelled corn..33c N . 4 new yellow ear corn 30c White oats, No. 3, 30 Ibs. or better 2oc WEDXESDAV GRAIN" CLOSE. WHEAT Dec May July CORN -Dec f ay uly OATS -- ec iltiy uly CHICAGO. Dec. 0. High Low .ST-', Close .84',4 .87 .cilTi .53-1 .34 .37 .35H Dec May July BARLEY Dec May July T-AIirj -Dec, Jan Mar BELLIES Dec Jan .07% .81S .02 Vi 4.35 5.35 1.35 4.95 5.33 4.20 5.02 WHEAT-Dec May July ....... CORN-Dec Way July OATS-Dec. May July RYE-Dec May July BAHL.EV-- Dec May July LAHD -Dec Jan May BELLIES-Dec ,. Jan Ore" Today .Y ORAIN OPEN CHICAGO. Dec. 6. Close Yesterday . .85=; .85=1 Close Yr. Ago .44=1 .48 .45% .52 Lj .54Vi 4.3." 4.or. 5.30 4.20 .29% .32% ·33V; 3.SO 3.75 3.20 3.55 OMAHA GRAIN. ' OMAHA, Dec. 6. uv--Wheat, hard No. 3, 79!t®SOc: No. 4, 7Sc. Corn, yellow No. 2, 42c; No. 3, 39',tic; mixed No. 1, 42S£c. Oatfl. white No. 3, 32c. KANSAS CITV GBA1.V. ICAJs'SAS CITY, Dec. 0. l.r--Wlieat 28 cars; unchanged to l^c higher. No. 2 dark hard SHic; No. 3, 83/ic: No. 2 hard 83«c No. 3, SO^ir. nominal; No. a red 81'983»fe nominal; No. 3, 82MC. Com. 20 cars; Vic lower to %n higher No. 2 white 43^l©47 1 .ln nominal: No. 3, 43 GMfl-^ic nominal; N"o. 2 yellow 45 1 ,a4?4fi nominal; No. 3. 4 4 U 6 4 S U C nominal; No. 2 mixed 4 8 ^ 4 6 U c : No. 3. 46c; .billing 47c. Oats. 3 cara; Ic higher. No. 2 white 36® .*{BUc nominal; No. 3, 35S3BC nominal. BLOCKS LITTLE THEATRE HASN'T CbOTA WEAU. BACK Bur HE DOE HATE TO SHOVI MUCH COAL- THE: KIND -THAT HER.E WILL FIND POR. L O N G BURNING COAU «s HIS OUR COAL B(/BM$£Mtt£g BECAUSE It COKtfMMS WgEW»T B U R N "BLACK DIAMOND FOR R E A L COMFORT wBLOCK co MASON CITY 501 T H I R D ST. N.E. PHONE 563 Produce MASON CITY, Dec. 6.-Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse (current receipts) 13c Heavy hens, "4V4 Ibs, and over... 7c Ught hens 5c Springs (heavy breeds) 7o Springs, (Leghorn breeds) 5c Old cocks .(heavy; 4c Ducks ic eese 4c Turkeys, No. 1 20c Merchant* Quotations Sggs, cash 19-21c Eggs, in trade 21-23C" Butter, Plymouth 30c Butter, Clear Lake 26c Butter, Brookfield ; 28c Butter, State Brand 28c Butter, Dairy Maid .26c Home Grown Potatoes, peck...25c 'EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtained by calling several downtown giocery stores. CHICAGO POUI/TBY. CHICAGO, Dec. 6. ;B--Poultry, live, 47 irucks. firm; hens 4% Ibs. up lie, under Ibs., 9c; Leghorn hens 7c; Hock springs 45H1WC; colored 9 ".-4 810% c; l^gnom chickens 7^ic; roosters 6c; turkeys 9@14c; ducks 5®8c; geese 8«. Dressed turkeys, firm, prices unchanged. CHICAGO PRODUCE. CHICAGO, Dec. 6. VR--Suiter, 0,193, unsettled; ceamery, specials CB3 score) 21%® 22c; extras (92) 20%@21c; extra, firsts (0091) 19®19Kc: firsts (88-89) 16H@18Wc; seconds (86-S7) 15Va@16c; standards (90 centralized carlots) 20c. gga, 1,062, steady, prices unchanged. PBOUVJCE FUTURES. CHICAGO. Dec. 6. .T)--Ess futures closed: Refrigerator standards December li?4c; refrigerator standards January 15%c; fresh graded firsts February 15% c. Butter futures closed: storage standards December 16^ic; storage standards January 17c; storage atandanla February 17^c. NEW YOBK PRODUCE. NEW I-OHK, Dec. 6. (ip)--Butter, 12.570, ateady, unchanged; «xlra (92 score) 22c. Cheese, 292.067. quiet and unchanged. EgRs, 14.775, unsettled. Mlio.! colors, special packs Or selections from fresh receipts 29@32$3:; standards and commercial standards 27326c; refrigerators: Special packs lSft»18!5c; standards 17G17%c; firsts 15?4g16c; other mixed colors unchanged. NEW YORK POW.TBV. NEW YORK, Dec. 6. (.«--Dressed poultry Irregular and unchanged. Live poultry steady to firm, chicken*, ex- efis 10@15c; broilers, express S$vl5u; fowls, freight 11016C; express 10017C; urkeya, exprMs 16@20c; ducks, freight lie; jttler grades unchanged. KANSAS CITY PRODUCE. KANSAS CITY, Dec. 0. (^n--Creamery jutter 23c. Other produce unchanged. HIDES, WOOL, FURS Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc., 308 Fifth Street Southwest. HIDES HorsehSdes .$2.25. Cured beef hides 6c Green beef hides 5c WOOL No. 1 clean bright 24c lb. Semibright 23o lb Rejects 190 lb. FUltS Mink .?2-?o Skunk 15c-Jl Civet 15c-30c Red fox $2.50-55 Opossum 25c-50c WOOI. MARKET. BOSTON, Dec. 6. (.1?;--U. S. department of agriculture-Some Inquiries tire b a l n g received on a few grades of domestic wool but sales are very slow and moderate In colurae. Graded French combing G4s and finer territory ed at H1-B3 cents scoured r-aals but very little Is being sold. A limited quantity of strictly combine; fr,s, *i blood Ohio fleece wools were sold In the range 41-43 cents In the Rreaso. Lamson Brothers Market Letter TRADING ACTIVE WITH $3.50 TOP Cattle Steady to Higher in Spite of Plentiful New Supply. CHICAGO, Dec. 6. W)--The hog market lacked buoyancy today, but holders managed to hold prices on an even ke«l after a sharp struggle. The run of 28,000 was as estimated yesterday and was ample for all needs. Trade was fairly active with the top steady at $3.50. Trade stalled along for more than an hour trying to get started with buyers insisting on recessions of 10 cents. The big packers were not interested and shippers' orders were light. However, most of the good hogs sold between $3.25 and $3.40. Outside markets ^were liberally supplied with hogs and prices ranged from barely steady to 5 and 10 cent"! lower with trade slow. Cattle were steady to higher despite plentiful fresh supplies. Best light cattle topped at $6.50 with long yearlings up to $6.25. Most of the heavy steers and yearlings sold from $5 to $6. Release of more than 100 carloads of show cattle is expected later In the week. Much of this stock will go to high grade consumers for holiday trade. Sheep were active and strong to higher on moderate supplies. Most bids were around $7 and a little higher for native fat lambs with best lots held well above $7.25. Hog Markets | Hog prices at Iowa markets Wednesday: WATERLOO--Prime hogs 180 to 2fiO Ibs. S2.53S2.65; 260 to 290 Ibs. *2.45®2.75; 290 to 325 Ibs. J2.30W2.CO; 325 to 350 Ibs. 12.15 92.45; good packers tl.30e2.30. DES MO1NES--3,300; 120 to 160 Ibs. »1.75®2.50; 190 to 300 Ibs. »2.50@2,00; 300 to 400 Ibs. S2.23g2.40; good packers SI.00 92.30. ommwA--no to no ibs., ueo to iso Iba. $3.60; ISO to 200 Ibs. 12.95; 200 to 240 lb!. $3; 210 to 260 Ibs. J2.65; 260 to 230 Its. J2.80; ZOO to 310 Iba. J2.70; 310 to 350 Ifcj, J3.20@S.50; 310 to 350 Ibs. *2.55; over 330 Iba. S2.20S2.BO; pickers 350 to 490 Ibs. S1.75®2.05; packers over 500 Ibs. 51.55® 1.85; thin packers $1.15 end down. CEDAR RAPIDS-- Prime hogs 180 to 200 Ibj. 52.75; 200 to 260 lb«. SJ.85; 260 to 280 Ibs. 52.75; 280 to 300 Ibs. 12.65; 300 to 320 Ibj. $2.55; 330 to 340 Ibs. $2.45. Good packers to 350 Ibs. 52.05; to 100 Ibs. 51.95; to 450 Ibj. 11.85; to 400 Ibs. J1.75. CORN-No. 2 yellow 33c; No. 3 yellow 32c. GRAIN I.ETTEK. CHICAGO, Dec. 6, WHEAT--Buying pow*r waa Jacking in whea t today and the m arice t waa n e rvous but lost no ground. An early bulRe In continuation of yesterday's rally waa lost later when scattered tongs attempted to take profits nnd - found support lacking. There waa no pressure to apeak, at nny time yet, buyers seemed to he tibldln gaff in the nb- aencc of developments. of a. constructive cliaraeter. There was little In th news to account for the early buylnp or the later selling; although sterling reacted rather aharply a f t e r beln^ somewhat higher on the opening, Winnipeg abowed relatively more strength, than Cbfcaso, with moderate buy-' ing by exporters a factor. France was reported a* having decided to cease export. Ing wheat, although cables recently Indicated that country was having difficulty In maintaining Ha minimum price to farmer.i. Tha French crop la said to have 'been under- cstlmAted, CORN'--The tone In corn WAS mostly firm nit hough the market at times influenced by wheat, Reports that Iowa farmers had started to accept government, loans, w activities reported In 41 out of the 99 counties In that state and claims that export bids were In tho market dUl not have much effect early but? they came in for more con- sMeratlon later In the session. Bookings to arrive were only 13,000 hushetff. Canh corn wag In fair demand with receipt*! only 55 cars. Steadiness of wheat I« encouraging tilt we prefer, to conllno purchases to fiood ohnson, 72, Pioneer of Floyd, Succumbs FLOYD. Dec. G.--Charles W. Johnson, 72, pioneer resident here, died at 1 o'clock this morning: after an Illness of heart disease and complications. Funeral services will be held at the Llndaman funeral home in Charles City Saturday afternoon. Surviving are his wife and children. Champion Baby Visitor. MANLY--Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blondil and daughter, Audrey Ellen Frank Blondil and Arnold Haniscfi all of Pocahontas, visited the Messrs. Blondil's aiater, Mrs. J. C Prantle and family. Audrey, who is 17 months old, won a gold medal at the Iowa state fair last August as the healthiest rural baby girl. Local Hogs MASON CITY, Dec. G.--Ten cents .ower; best sorted lights, 200 to 240 ., $2,90; best medium weight butchers, 240 to 260 Iba., 52.90; best icavy butchers, 260 to 300 Ibs., $2,70; best prime heavy butchers, 300 to 350 Ibs., $2,50; best packing sows, smooth, 300 to 350 Ibs., $2.30; best heavy sows, smooth. 350 to 400 Ibs., $2.10; light lights, fair to good, 140, 160, 180 Iba., ?Z.30, ?2.60, ?2.70. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. CHICAGO, Dec. 0. (/R--U. s. department at agriculture-HOGS 28.000 including 10,000 direct; ac- Ive, generally steady; bulk 170 to 300 Iba. 3.35^3.50; lop S3-5G; most pigs JS'S'Z.BO; packing cows 52.50^2.75; light light, good choice, 140 to ifiO Ibs., $2.756'3.35; Ight TTBJght, J60 tt 2UO Ib3-, $3.25(JE3.5Q; medium weight, 200 to 230 Its.. 53.4Q53.5a; heavy ·weight, 250 to 330 Ibs., $3® 3.60; packing BOWS, medium and good, 275 to 550 lha. r $2.40@2-80; pigs, good and choice, 100 to 130 llis., $2gi2.75. CA.TTLTJ 8,000; calves 2,000 light heifers and mixed yearllnga Us^t ulcers scaling under 900 Ibs. active, strong to. higher; long yearlings fully steady, higher In InstanceB; ·weighty bullocks getting better action; other W l H n K classes mostly steady; practical top long yearling steers $6.50. aotne held higher; choice 1,350 lb. bullocks up to J5.65; sizable supply Ught and long years $3.50®6; slaughter cattle and vealers: Steers, good and choice, 530 to 900 lbn., $5.50'g'fl.85; 900 to 1100 Ibs. $o(Ff6.G5: 1100 to 1300 Ih.T. 54-75^6.25; 1300 to 1500 Ibi. $3.75'if 3.75; common and medium, 550 to 1300 Ibs,, 53!fi'4.75; heifers, good and choice, 30 to 750 Ibs., ?5®6.G5; common and medium, J3^S; cowff, goad,- 42.7fl^3.7a; common and medium J1.75ip'2.75; low cutter and cutter 5101.75; bulla (ycarllnga excluded) good (beet) 52.75^3.23; cutter, common and medlum 52S-3; vealers, good and choice, 94.9Q3PB.30; medium $3.30® 4.50; cull and common I2.5053.50; stocker and feeder cattle: Steers, good and choice, 500 to 1050 Ihs., $3.7Gfr5; common and medium $2.75^4. SHEEP 10.000; fat lambs undertone strong to higher; beat o f f e r i n g held well above 57.23; most early bids around sheep firm; feeding lambs little changed; lambs, SO Iba. down, goad and choice, $3.75 ffip7,25: common and medium $5(fp7; ewes, 00 to 150 Ih3., Kood and choice, $1.T5$T3.25; all weight. 1 * 1 , common and medium, *1.25$i 2.25; feeding lambs, 30 to 75 lbs. t good and choice, 55.50(^0.10. SIOIJX CITV UVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY. Dee. 6. A 1 --U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 3,000; fed yearllngE mostly steady; heavy antl medium weight beeves alow; fat she fl toctt steady to 15c lower; stockers and feeders scarce, fully steady; several loans good to choice yearlings 55.25; bulk grain feds salable down to 54.25; choice medium weight b-eeveff held above 56.25 ,]ate Tuesday; 1.008 lb. yearlings 55.60; small showing Rood heifera Jfl; some held higher; moat cows $l.QOif2.35; all cutters yi.2$ffl.75; few medium to good light stctterB 53.73. HOGS 7,000; early sales limited to light lights and EOWB steady to lOc lower; most HO to ICO lb. weights $2.50^2.90; aowa $2.35(!T'2.5Q; f e w up to J2.60: bidding $2.00 on bulk of b e t t e r grade 170 to 300 lb. averages, lO-ISc lower- feeder pigs mostly $ 2.15. SHEEP l.SOfl; no early action; packers talking 1 25c lower for slaughter lambs or around S6.75 down; asttlng fully steady or up to $7.10 for best; other classes scarce: late Tuesday hulK fed tvooled Ana native lambs J6.75®7; tp 5T.10. 5. dc- KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITT, Dec. 6. UP)-- partment or agriculture-HOGS SjOOO; 480 direct; fairly active, steady to 10c lower than Tuesday's average; top {3.15 on choice 170 to 270 Ibs.; good and choice 140 to 160 Ibs. $2.85@3.15; 160 to ISO Ibs. S2.95©3.15; 180 to 200 Ibs. 53.05^3.15; 200 to 220 Ibs. $3,05{yi3.15; 22Q o 230 Iba. 53.05^3.15; 250 to 290 IDS. ?3.05 3.15; 290 to 350 Iba. $3®3.10; packing QVfa 275 to 650 Ibs. $2.?~iK2.W, stock pigs good and choice 70 to 130 Ibs. 52@2.60. CATTWE 6,000; CAlveg 1.000; light weight ed steers and yearlings steady; some trengtJi on Itght yearlings; cows and strong wel gh t E te e rs wtak; other cl ass es s t e a d y ; op mixed yearlings $6.50; steers good and choice 550 to SOO Ibs. 54.85$? 6.00; 900 to 100 Ibs. $4.505? 5.85; 1100 to 1300 Ibs, 13.65^5.65; 1300 to 1500 Ibs. $3.50fa 5; :ommon and medium 550 Ibs. up $2.75' 1.50; heifers good and choice 350 to 900 ba. 54.50^6; common and medium 500 to 00 IbB. ?2.50^5; cows good ?2,50©3,23; cmmon and medtum 5i.85t^2.50; low cutter and cutter 51S1-S5; vealers (milk fed) medium to choice $3®6; cuH and common 3; E locker and feeder uteers good and choice (aU weights) 53.35(^4.85; common and medium (all welghU) 53.35^4.85; common and medium (all weights) 5203,35, SHEEP 3,500; sheep steady; no lamba sold early; bidding lower; lambs good and chlcc (T) 30 .Ibs. down S5.BOtQ6.85; common and medtum 00 Ibs. down $4.50^/0,50; yearling wethers medium to choice 90 to 110 Jb3. $4iff5.75; ewes good and choice 80 to 150 Ibfl. 52.25(^3.35. x--Quotations baaed on e^res and weth- era). SOUTH ST. FAVK. LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL, ICC. 0. (.I?--U- B department of agriculture-- CATT1VK 5,800; generally slow, "weak trade; cows dull, l5-25c lower; few medium to Rood slaughter steers ami -yearlings J3.M 3M.S5; best yearlings heM above $3-25"; odd lots common to 1 medium heUera J23J3.50; common to medium covra ?1.75©3.25; most cutter grades around *1.2S clown; few hulls up to $2.50; stockera and feeders stow, (Inn; few common to good steers $2®3.25: calves 3,300; alow, wcale to 25c lower; good to choice mostly $3.5u1F4; f«w to J-* 50 HOGS 7,500; fairly active. Cully steady to strong with Tuesday's average; better 160 to 250 »3, $2.10'i?3.l5; early top $3.15, paid freely by all Interests; some held higher; heavier weights down to 52.80 and betow; good to choice 130 to 150 Ibs. $2,50 @3; fctller pips $2.255*2.50 °r better; stock pigs mo»Uy $2.25 down; bulk good packing sows $2.40(S;2.60; smooth light sows up to $2.65; average cost Tuesday $2.97; weight. 222 Ibs. SHEEP S.OOO; 2,640 throufih; salable aup- ply two load* fed yearling's, balance natives; no early sales slaughter lambs; packers talking- weak to lower prices; sellers ask Ins 23c or more higher; early sales Include good to choice 87 Jb. /ed yearlJng-s at J5 lo packers; Tuesday late bulk good to choice lamba $6.50 to jvackerz. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA, Dec. 0. (.n--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 9,500; rather alow, weak to lower; 170 to 260 Ifcs. mostly $2.90®2.95; lop $3; 250 to 350 Ibff. $2.75©2.flO; Kgnt lights largely $2,50; packing sows $2.40^ 2.50; smolh Ifght weights up to $2.65; sparingly; feeder pigs mainly $2.23! average cost Tuesday 12-88, weight 235. CATTLE 6,500; calves KOO; fed ulcers and yerllngs slow, weak; few early Bales me- dtum to good light yearlings and rnLxd yearlings About ateady; hel/ers Abou steady; cow« stow, bulls steady: vealerrt weak; atockers and feeders slow, weak; early sles medium to good yearlings $4,25 ®5.23; fed heifers $4.5000.50; few lota of COMBIJN-ED HOG RECEIPTS. DE-S MOINES, Dec. 6. (/TV-U. S. department of agriculture-Combined ho? receipts at 32 concentration yards and 7 packing pi an la located in Interior Iowa, and southern Minnesota for the 24 hour period ended at 8 .a. m. today were 40,600 compared -with 32,500 week ago and 33.300 a year ago- Steady to lOc lower, mostly 5c to 10c ower than early Tuesday; trading moderately active at the decline, loading for Wednesday apparenlly to continue fairly liberal. Quotation*: Good and chJce, light lights 140 to 160 Ib3. $2.40@2.85; light weights to 180 Ibs. «2.60@3.05; ISO to 200 Ibfl. $2,85@3.20; medium weights 200 to 220 Ibs. $2.8S@3.20; 220 to 250 IbS. $2.85@3.20; heavy weights 230 to 290 Ibs. *2.70@3.10; 290 to 350 Ibs. S2,45tfT3; 5004 packing sows 275 to '350 Iba. $2.30(32.55; 350 to 425 Ibs. $2.1052.40; 425 to 550 Iba. $1.855p2.25. f cows S3©2-30; cutter grades $1.33® 1.55; medium native bulls $2,25@2.50; westerns 51.60^1.75; practical top vealers |3; few lots medium to goofl light stockera and tock calves $3.50©4.50. SHEEP 9 r OOO including 530 direct; also four of fed wooled lambs 89 t 97 lb. averages $7, bought to arrive; salable supply 10 ier cent feeders; lambs opening weak to 13c ower; other classes steady; early sales fed wooltd Iambs $6.75^-6.85; some held higher; fed clipped iambs $5.75; ewes up to 12.73; feeding lamba up to $3.35. T-tVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO, Dec. 6. /P)--Official estimated receipts tomorrow: Cattle 8,000; hoga 25,000; sheep 12,000. Representative Sales CHICAGO. Dec. 6. LPT--U. S. department of agriculture--Reresenlatlve sales: CATTLE. Steers-- Heifers-24 S4T 0.40 7 670 0,00 22 10aO G.50 24 745 5.75 22 1029 6.25 IS 833 5,00 18 1217 O.OQ 6 743 4.50 17 1230 5.00 COTVS--- 39 13SS 5.25 10 1]« ·» 75 36 1434 4.90 3 1316 2 2 3 16 1550 4,00 IS 000 1 50 3 8U 1.23 HOGS. Heavy-- Lights -- ·*2 332 3.23 90 195 3 45 T3 306 3.40 87 - 1SG ,T 40 05 2T8 3.40 71 175 3 40 72 258 3.50 52 162 330 Mediums-- Usht LlenUr-- 90 244 3.50 38 IRS :i 5 7* 230 ,1.40 41 152 50 222 3. -is 94 209 3.50 SHEEP. Native 1-a.mbs-- Clippers-51 89 7,35 250 $5 S 25 361 83 7.25 Ewes--1_ 230 91 7.1-1 11 120 228 · Q5 7,00 14 Us Fed Westerns-88 87 7.25 135 85 7. IS 200 00 7.00 230 S3 fi,75 n.oo 2.73 Miscellaneous POTATO MARKET. CHICAGO, Dec. 0. Of)--U. B. department of agriculture-Potatoes, 45, on track 220, total u. s. shipments 431: steady, supplies moderate, demand and tradtni? slow; sacked per cwt. U. S. No. 1, Wisconsin found whites mostly around 51.23; Idaho russets mostly J1.60; few Wsh as $1.65 and low as J1.35; combination grade J1.3ri5?l.JO; Colorado Mc- clurejj $1.601.65. MINNEAPOLIS . . MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. 6. (/P!--Flour 25c higher. Carload lota, family patents S7.05 W7.16 a. barrel In S8 lb. cotton sacks. Shipments. 15,127. Pure bran »13®13.30; standard middlings J13I3.50. NEW VOBK StIGAR. NEW YORK, Dec. 6, U"^--Raw sugar unchanged today at 3.30c for spotff. Futures 3 points net lower. Refined unchanged at 4.50C for fine granulated. TOLEDO SEEPS. TOLEDO, Dec. 0. (.TV--Seeds unchanged. MINNEAPOLIS OKAIX. MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. 6. (/D--Wheat, 38 cars, 113 a year ago; ttc higher. Cash: No. 1 northern 83V, ffl87«c; No. 1 dark northern 15 per cent protein 84}itf"f 8B-Vlc; H oer cent protein. 8Ht®a8v4c; 13 per cent protein 84?i tfFSS-'lc; 12 per cent protein S4%®SB}Jc; No. 1 dark hard Montana 14 per cent protein 80$iff87?ic; lo arrive 88^i ®87»Sc; No. 1 amber durum 98K c® J1.02K ; No. 2 amber durum 97«c0»1.01»;; No. 1 red durum 7S%Et30%c; December SOVlc; May 82}ie; July 83Uc- Corn, No. 3 yellow 411i£242He. Oatj, No. 3 white 3I\i®32'tc. STOCK MARKET TURNS UNEVEN Rails Shares Generally Firm but Alcohols and Metals Little Heavy. NEW YORK, Dec. 6. (2P--Stocks idled today and after several mild attempts to extend yesterday's rally, the list turned moderately irregular In the late dealings. Rails were generally firm, but some of the alcohols and metals were a little heavy. U. S. Smelting lost 1% points while American Telephone, Allied Chemical and National Distillers were off about a point each. TJ. S. Steel eased a minor fraction but a steady to firm tone prevailed in Johns-Hopkins, Pennsylvania, Great Northern preferred, Corn products and Santa Fe. Transfers approximated 1,350,000 shares. The dollar rallied around 5 cents in terms of sterling and some .05 of a cent in relation to the French frnnc when no change was announced in the domestic gold rate. Equities mulled about indecisively at first, then firmed under the leadership of the rails. Little buying power developed, however, and minor irregularities later spotted the list. Grains were slightly higher, but cotton and some other commodities eased. TJ. S. government securities sagged and corporation bonds were mixed. A dividend of $3 a share on the capital stock of the Chicago, Burlington and .Quincy Railroad company was ordered today by the directors. This is the first distribution since June, 1932, when a like payment was authorized. Curb Market NEW YORK, Dec. 6. Of-- Curb stocks continued upgrade today, again under leadership of the Industrial shares. Alcohol Issuea were /airly active and displayed greater slrengtn than recently. Aluminum of America. Great Atlantic and Pacific, SherivJn Wflflamc and American Cyanamld "B" were among the miscellaneous stocks un fractions to around 3 polnta. Utilities, on the other h a n d , were little better than steady while metal shcres had ecattered reactions. Oils were firm. Bond Market NEW YORK, Dec. 6. LYl-- Buying Interest In bonds was a little less eager today and the market was more Inclined to adjust Its pace to the U. s. governments list which waa heavy. At the irame time, a considerable number of secondary ratings met enough demand to extend yesterday'e gains to the extent of a point or 'more. With the exception of Liberty First 4 y x b which roge 5-32s of a point, the federals hac a gasping trend through the forenoon ant lost from 2-32s to «ic of a point Some of the high grade corporation loam Were rather soft, in sympathy, apparently with the course of u. s. governments. Lower priced rail Issues were able In many cases to maintain yesterday's gains in the face of realizing. Utilities agnin had moderate support and u limited number o Industrial Issues gained better positions un der reports of forecasts of Improved tradi for certain Industries. The foreign list was a. bit mixed -will some Issues lower with their currencies. V. fi. BOND QUOTATIONS ?reU T YORK, Dec. G. (.TO--United Stales government bonds closed: Liberty 3^s 100.3. Liberty First 4^s 101.3. Liberty Fourth - I I ^ B 101.16. Treasury 4 Via 47-52 105.31. Treasury 4s 44-34 102.22. Treasury 3fts 40-13 June Or».i3. Treasury 3Hn 46-49 06.20. Treasury 3s 51-55 95,4. 70WA PUBLIC UTILITY FREHIRHED STOCKS Bid and asked on Dec. 6: Cent St El 7 pfd (!Z5 par) 2 3 Cent St P I. 7 pfd .1 n D M Gas 8 pfd (J50 par) . . 4 6 SO D M Gas 7 pfd $50 par) . . 40 44 Interstate Pow 7 pfd 0 11 Iowa Electric 7 pfd 9 Iowa Electric 6W pfd 5 8 la Elec Lt . Pow 7 pfd .. 23~ 26 la Elec Lt t Pott- G pfd .. 21 ii 24 Ta Power and Lt 7 ufd .... 34 59 TR Power Lt 6 pfd ... . 45 60 Ta Pub Service 7 n f j 38 44 la Pub Service 6 rfd 33 37 la South UtU 7 pfd 7 N W Bell Tel 6!i pfd .... 105 30fl United Lt a Tlys 7 pfd 28 32 United Lt t Bys 6 pfd 25 2Q Sell Interest in Hotel. EAGLE GROVE, Dec. 6.--Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson, who have operated the Grove hotel in this city for several years, have disposed of their Interest in the prop erty to F. T. Boalen of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mra. Boalen took charge Dec. 1. IXVESmfF.XT TRUSTS. (Dy the A n a n e l n t « d i'rtnft) Blcl find ashed on Dec. G: Corporate Tr Sh .......... 214 Corporate Tr Sh AA Mod , . 2.34 Corporate Tr Sh Ac Ser ... 2.15 Corporate Tr Ac Ser Mod 2.34 Dividend Sh .............. 1.20 Nationwide Sec ........... 3.12 Nationwide Sec Vtc ...... 1.3.' Nor A m e r Tr Sh ......... l.Sfi Nor A m e r Tr Sh 1055 ..... 2.3S Quarterly Inc Sh ..... . ___ 1.37 Selected Am Sh ........... 2.GI Selected Cum hb .......... G.SU Selected Income Sh ....... 3.53 Super Corp Am Tr A ..... 3.01 U s El L i Pott- A ...... 1H; TJ S El I. i Pow B ....... l.SI) 2.41 2.4: 1.22 3.22 1.43 U S El I. Pow B Vtc .67 MrK. Richardson to Speak. DTJMONT, Dec. 6.--The Farm Bureau of Madison and Pittsford townships will hold a program at the Duraont Consolidated school Thursday evening. Mrs. Sarah Richardson, Albia, sent out by the extension department at Ames, will give a health talk and explain the corn-hog' program. Stock List 'E»V YOBK STOCKS. NEW YOBK, Dec. 6. final Quotations. Air fled 103 Johns Many Alleghany 351 Kennecott Al Che Dye 14716 Kresge Am Can 9S1i Lie i ily B Am For Pow 9% LOEWS Am Pow Lt 614 Loose- Wilts Steel Fdrs 19 Lorillard Am Sugar 54 »i McKess 4 Rob A T t T 117 Hid Cont Pet Am Tob B 76 M K T Am Water VVks J8H Ho P«c Anaconda Atchlson Atl Re£ Auburn Aviation Corp " O Barnsda)l 3endlx Beth stl 3ordens 3org warn Burr Add Canada Dry ' Can Pac Case Ches O C * N W Chic Gt W 1114 5H4 30'i 9 18'1 35 U 21 l»li 13 28 ·; 13 Mont Ward ISorrell Nash Nail Else 7H Nat Cash RC A 24V1 Nat Dairy Nat Distill Nat Pow k, Lt N Y Cent N Y N H i H Nor Amer No Pac Oliver Farm Oliver Packard Penlck A Penney Penn 13V- 61.H 30 17 li 574 33 SVi 231i 38 24 U 49",; OVi 36 K Ford Chic Gt W p£d 7% Phillips Pet II s P tc P Ci Proc i Gam ~ " C M S P t P p j 81; C R 1 £ P Chrysler Col G E Comwlth Sou Cons Gaa Cons Oil Contl can Contl Ins Contl Mot Com Prod Curtlss Wr Du Pont Eastman E] Pow Lt Fox Film A Freeport Tex Pullman R C A R K o Rem Rand Rep Stl Key Tob B Roy Dutch Scars Roe Shell U SkelJy 73 H Soeony Vac- 2% So Pac St Brands St G E St Oil Cal St Oil N J Stew Warner 314 31 134 11 ' 75U 2474 BOH 82 52?; 28% 165. 42 47 S Genl Am Trans 30^ stone Web Gen El Gen Foods Gen Motors Gillette Gobel Gold Dust Goodrich Goodyear Grah PatRo Gt Nor pfd Gt West Sue CJrlfc Grun Hudson 111 Cent I n t Harv Int Nick Can I T 4 T 20V 3U 33 10', IS 15 38 20? 37 13?, 31 ·42 21 1314 Sttldebake' Tex Corp Tex Gulf Sul Tim Rol B Un Garb Un Pac Unit Air United Corp U S Ind Alco U S Rubber tl G Steel Wabash Warner Pic West El i ilfg 39ii Woolworth 42 Wrtgley 35 Yel Tr 4 26 U 44 Vi 30 «4 mil 5 81 4jii 5» CHICAGO STOCKS CHICAGO. Dec-, a. lpi -Cea Pub Service A % Quaker OaU 124 Cities Service 174 Swift and Co 14-4 Great Lakes Air 1 Swltt Intl 291: Grlgsby Grunow % utility and Ind 4i M-W Utilities W Zenith 2u North-west Banco 4yi MINNEAPOLIS STOCKS. i(INN-EAPOL,IS. Doc. 6. Cfn-- Blockclosed: First Bank stock BK. Northwest Bancorporatlon, no trade. Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office. In Bagley- Bech Building Telephone No. 7 NEW YOHK CURB QUOTATIONS Am GH3 t El - 20H"'N!o.g' Ilud- " Am Sup Pow ZVt S 0 Ind 3 Ark N Gaa A l\fe s O Ky 1 El Bd A Sh 13 5i United Gas Hud B M t E 9» Un I, t P A Humble on 101 H: CHICAGO STOCKS Ben Avi Corp 16 Butler Bros Bor-War Corp 19S Cord Company NEW Alaska Juneau Am Car Fdy Am Roll Mills Am R S Co Am S A R Co Am Tob All lief Co Ar t Co B (HO Baldwin Lo Barnsdall Oil A BrlRES M(g CO Bru-Bal-Col Co Byers A M Co Com Solvents Cont Oil Curt Wri pfd Gt North Ore lions Oil (New) Kelvlnator Corp Kroner Groc Lambert Co Lin, Carb Corp 3Gt YORK STOCKS 21'A Mack Truck 24Ti Math Alkali 4(l*i 38'^ Mex Sean Oil 34 14 H McK and Kobb J=; 44 Otis steel 4H 7G J Jc Penney Co S2»i 30 Pure Oil Co 12 3?i Pur Bak Corp 14V« 12 Puc Ser of N J 34 9 Simmons Co 17 .OVj So Cal Edison 16Hi 9 Tex Pac Land 7^ 27 1 /* Tld Wat Oil Co 10V* J12W U S Ind Al 01 1SS Utll P L A 3 5«i Vanadium 221;. 10 Union G Imp 14^i. 4^4 Western Myld 9^a 11W Warren Bros Co 9 24^s Western Union 56Vj 27K Worth Pump 23* 29 U North Am AT 5 VI- Will Present 2 Plays. LAKE MILLS, Dec. 6.--The junior high students will present two plays, "Elmer" and ''On With the Show" at the high school auditorium Friday evening at 8 o'clock. The money raised will be used to help paint the junior high assembly. Bought, Sold, Quoted Home Owners' Loan Corporation 18 year--4% BONDS Ji-t]omlu;itions of S35, $30, $100, $500, ?1,000, ?5,000 INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mason City, loiva BE SMART: Learn to do the Quadrille at the Modern Old Time Dance Saturday Night, Dec. 9. AT THE ARMORY LITTLE GERMAN BAND

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