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f] FOURTEEN 1 Us " MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 15 ·{ 1935 } CHARLES CITY IS WINNER IN TILTS Lions Take Two Games With Texas Black Spiders on ' Sunday Bill. CHARLES CITY, July 15.--The Charles City Lions won a pair of games here and at Hampton from tie Texas Black Spiders, Negro road club, taking the first game 4 to 1 and the second 8 to 4. Lefty "Babe" Ploog was nicked for 6 scattered blows in the afternoon game here, getting in a hole twice when he filled the bases in the third and fifth innings. A fly to shortstop pulled him out of trouble in the earlier inning, and a fast double play ended the fifth. Haviley's double and Columbus' single scored the only Spider run in the sixth. The night contest at Hampton saw the Lions getting 8 hits while the Spiders got 7. Three Spider errors were chalked up, with 1 for Charles City. Fred "Zebe" Larson struck out 13 men in the night game, and was scored on as 4 singles counted 3 runs and Martin homered in the second and third innings. He gave 2 hits in the last six frames. Duncan had three hits in four trips and Snell a pair. The Spider girl pitcher started the game, Benson worked until the fifth, and Haviley finished the contest. AFTERNOON BOXSCORE American League BOX SCORES SUNDAY'S GAMES CHICAGO-- 3 Alt II TO A IbllTitf If 4 0 2 0 I'let 2b Ham rt Uon'm Ib Slrn'nn cf Ap'lnjr MS Dyke* 3b Lyons p Totals 4 2 1 8 3 0 3 0 4 2 13 0 4 2 2 0 4 (i ; 5 4 0 0 2 4 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 33 7 27 10 NEW YORK--0 AB H PO A 0 2 0 0 3 0 Co'mbfl If 4 0 3 Halle 3 b 4 2 3 C'nap'n cf 4 GehrlE Ib 4 LiiK'erl 2b 3 Ulckey c 3 Selkirk rf 3 Cnuwttl s.i 3 0 Gomez p 3 1 31 0 27 8 Score by Inning*: Chicaeo 000 01)2 001--3 New York 000 000 000--0 Summary--Errors, none; runs batted In, Bonur-t. Simmons, Vyhvm two base bltfl, 1'let 2, uonunt: three base hit, Simmons; sacrifices, Lyons. Unas; double play, Pict to A|)|»,fnjr to Kantira: left on bases. CJil- caKo 5, New York 4; bases on balls, off Gomez 1: struck out, by Lyons 3, Gome)! 3: wild pitch. Gomcx. Umpires, Owens. Morlarty and Kolls. Time, ^ :33. Second Knme: SPIDERS-- 1 AB H PO A Turner us 3 1 Uttlc'n 2b 3 1 3 And'vrs 3b 4 Foster If 4 0 2 0 Mltcn'l Ib 3 0 8 0 Benson p 2 0 0 0 A'x'der If Mnrtin cf HorRcs c Tlllltord Havlloy n 0 C 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 Colu'biu U 2 1 0 0 Totals 32 6 2 4 1 0 LIONS--« AB U FO A Dnnean cf 6 1 2 0 Sncll » 2 1 1 5 Itnntb'h 3b 4 0 2 Finch c 5 1 6 Mltch'l Ib 4 G'z'Bcr CHICAGO--1 4 1 2 5 2 1 li 0 4 0 4 2 0 0 3 0 4 fl 3 2 4 1 9 1 rlet 2b Haas rf Bvn'ra ib Slm'ns ef Ap'lng ss Dykes 3b Sewell c 1'lielps p nCnnlnn IVyait p MVnsh'on Kcn'edy p 0 0 Totals 30 9 24 11 IS 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 HOGS ABOUT STEADY IN FAIRLY ACTIVE TRADE Produce MASON CITV, July 15.-Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse Eggs, current receipts 19c Springs, 1935 12c Leghorn springs lOc Heavy hens, 4% Ibs. and over,.12c Light hens 9c Cocks 8c Merchants Quotations. Eggs, in trade 20-22C* Eggs, cash Butter, Plymouth .. Butter, Clear Lake . Butter, Very Best . Butter, State Brand Butter, Erookfield . New Potatoes 19-21C* .I'.'.'.'.'.'..'.27c 29c 27c 26c 25c NEW YORK-- 5 AB H fo A ery stores. Cnmbs If S 1 3 (I R'fc 3u-ss 5 0 2 0 0 I 7 0 3 4 ·EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtained by calling several downtown groc- clmp'n cf 4 3 2 0 0 Gehrlc Ib Lai'eri 2b 4 1 Selkirk r t 3 2 Hoair rt Cros'tl ss Snltz'r 3b Jorgens c Broaca p totals 32 S 27 9 1 0 210 3 Galvln 2b Wolf rf rioog p 0 1 0 nllnttcd for Fhelps in sixth. bUattcd for W.v»tt In eighth. Score by Innings: Chicago 000 300 Old--4 New York 003 010 IOX--5 Summary--Krrnrs, Crosettl. Setvcll: runs hnttcti In, Gehrig 2. Selkirk 2, Sewell 2, Rndcliffe, Crosetfl, Dykes: two base hits, Simmons, Dykes; three base hit, Selldrk; hnmerun, Gehrlg; stolen bases, Lrwrerl, Gehric: left on bases. Chlcaeo 8. Netv York 1): bases on balls, off phelps fi, Broaca 3, Wyatt 1; struck out, by Phelps 2. Branca 6, Kennedy 1; hits, off I'helps 7 Itl S innings. Wyatt 2 In 2. Kennedy o In 1; losing pitcher, rhclns. Umpires, Morlarty, Kolls and Owens. Time. 2:19. DETROIT-- 3 AB H PO A 0 0 3 1 Totals 30 7 27 12 Summary: Errors, Huntbacli, Andrews: two base hltR, Galvln, Havlley, Martin; double flays, Snell to Mitchell to Huntbnch; stolen bases, Martin, Wolf; strnck out, by Floog 5: winning pitcher, Plooc; losing pitcher, Benson. Umpires, Finch and Clark. 1 o ; i 2 ?. o l Clark's Wildcats, Snow's Win Two Clarksville Games CLARKSV3LLE, July 15. -Clark's Wildcats won from Marble Rock, 6 to 5, and Snow's team won from Dry Run 6 to 3, in a double bill on the local softball field. FOX rf "·chr'ne C'r'c'r Zb 4 0 G'nb'rg Ib 5 3 Goslln U 4 1 3 Itocell s s 3 0 2 Walker cf 3 0 2 Owen 3b 3 0 K Howe p 4 0 0 Totals 34 529 14 PHTLTIOA--J AB H PO A Moses r f 5 3 2 0 Cramer cf 5 3 fi 0 John'on If 5 Foxx Ib 1 3 0 2 8 0 Hlg'lns 3b 4 1 3 4 McNair us 3 1 1 W'stl'r 2b 4 0 3 Rlch'rds c 3 0 4 0 Dietrich p 4 0 1 CHICAGO PRODUCE. CHICAGO, July 15. \J11--Butter. 21,339 easy; creamery, specials (93 score) 241/.® »;c; extras (92) 23ic; extra firsts (90-91) 22%®23%c; firsts (SS-69) 215i®22c; seconds (86-87) 21c; standards (90 centralized carlots) 2S%c. EBBS. 14,172, steady; extra firsts cars 24c, local 23VJc; fresh graded firsts cars 23V-C, local 22%c; current receipts 22c; storage packed firsts and extras 24%c. CHICAGO roULTBV. CHICAGO, July 15. UP)--Poultry, live, 1 car, 27 trucks, unsettled; hens W Ibs and less 10141:, more than 4% Ibs. 17c; Leghorn hens 13c; Hock fryers 18c, colored 16c Eock springs 18ji19c, colored 17c; Roclt broilers 16{j17c; colored 15c; Leghorn chickens 2 Ibs. up 13lie, small 12'{c; bareback chickens 13®14c; roosters 12JJC; hen turkeys 14c; toms 13c; No. 2, lie; old ducks lij Ibs. up lO^c, small lOc; young white ducks 4y. Ibs. up 15c; small lie; small colored ducks lOc; old geese loc, young 12c. NEW YORK POULTRY. NEW YORK, July 15. (.-PI-- Live poultry slow. By freight: Chickens unquoted- broilers 15{f21c: fowls 156J19C; rooster turkeys 10g17c: ducka 9®12c. ters 14 C ' Totals 37 11 30 Cedar Falls Tennis Club Wins Sunday Court Match NEW HAMPTON, July 15.--The Cedar Falls Tennis club defeated New Hampton here Sunday 6-3 at Bast park in a return match. The feature match was between Miner of- Gedar Palls and Kemp of ·New Hampton, Miner winning 4-6, 6-3 and 10-8. *Tivo out when winning run scored. Score by innings: Detroit 101 000 010 0--3 Philadelphia 000 300 000 1--1 Summary--Errors, none; runs batted in, Grccnbcrjr 3. McNalr 2, Wnrstler 1. Biggins 1; two base hits, Coclirane, Grecnbcrg, FOXT; stolen base, Fox.t; sacrifices, Me- Nalr, Owen; double plays, HIgplns to "\Var- stlcr to Foxx, Goslln to Gebrlnger: left on bases, Detroit II. Philadelphia 8; bases on bain, off Rowc 3, Dietrich 1; hit by pitcher, by Dietrich (Walker); wild pitch, Dietrich. Umpires, Donnelly, Dlnneen and Quinn. Time, 2:12. NEW YORK PRODUCE. NEW YORK. July 15. (,«--Butter, 13 535 easier. Creamery, higher than extra 24® ; extra (02 score) 23?tc: firsts (8S-91 V 2 *® 23 ^ seconcjs (S ' 1 - 37 SMrc « f22c; centralized (90 score) 23i/ c Cheese, 98,169, steady. Slate whole rnllk flats, fresh fancy 16c; held 1933 specials 22c; 1934 fancy to specials 18y.®19c Eggs, 25.420, irregular. Mixed" colors: Special packs or selections from fresh receip 26tt@2SHc: standards and commercl standards 25«tJ26c; first, 2 4 W @ « TM m ' ° "»- 23 %i=: dirties No: 1, 42 Ibs average checks 22c. KANSAS CITr PRODUCE. KANSAS CITY, July 15. UP)--Eggs 21 Butter, creamery. 25@!27c; butterfat 19c: packing 19 C . Poultry, hens lOffilSc; roosters lie springs 17 C ; broilers I5c. STOCKS ADVANCE IN QUIET TRADE Demand Renewed for Rails, Steels, Equipments and Some Specialties. NEW YORK, July 15. /B--The stock market today responded to a renewed demand for nails, steels, equipments and scattered specialties. Trading was relatively quiet, but a number of issues edged into new high teritpry ror the year. American Locomotive preferred advanced 3 points and others, up fractionally to a point or more, included Santa Fe, N. Y. Central, Northern Pacific, Great Northern preferred, Pullman, U. S. Steel common and preferred, Bethlehem, Bui- lard, Case and Johns-Manville. The utilities were backward. General Motors and Chrysler were a little Detter than even. The late tone was "airly firm. Transfers approximated 850,000 shares. While the equities list was not especially excited by the American- soviet trade agreement, some of the carrier equipment issues were said to have attracted attention on the jrospect that they may benefit ul- jmately by Russian purchases. In diagnosing the market, as a whole, analysts generally agreed :hat it had been demonstrating d absorptive powers, a strong :echnical position, freedom from mportant liquidation and an im- jressive confidence in the longer range view. Stock List NEW VOKK STOCKS NEW YORK, July 15. IJft- Air Reduc Allegheny 1 '*, Al Ch S Dye 15GM An Can 138% Am For Pow 4 Am JPow Lt 396 Am Sm Rcf 42% Am Steel Fdrs 18 Am Sugar 58% A T T Am Tob B Am W Works Anaconda 24 "i 29 31« 114% 41 »i Curb Market Albert Lea Kitchenkook Is Winner in Joice Ball Game JOICE, July 15.--Joice lost 6 to 3 as the Albert Lea KitchenHooks visited the local softball diamond. PRODUCE FUTURES. CHICAGO. July 15. vD-Butter futures closed: storage standards. November 24 fresh standards, July 23-^c. Egg futures: Refrigerator standards Or- tober 25 ^c. Business Notes By TICKER TAPE National League BOX SCORES SUNDAY'S GAMES NEW 1'ORK--2 AB H PO A Moore » 4 0 2 0 Bartell SB Terry Ib Ott rf Lclber 3 6 9 0 0 J'ks'n 3b Criti 2b cBannlng Mnncuso c SniKK p aWeintr'b Stout p bKoenls Gaoler p 1 4 1 3 1 1 4 1 3 0 4 2 0 1 3 0 2 3 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 o o 0 0 Totals 33 6 24 11 PITTSBURGH--4 4B H PO A Jensen If 4 P. Wer rt 4 1 Hafcy cf 4 Vaoch'n ss 2 VounK 2b 4 TheVw 3b 4 Suhr Ib 4 Padden c 3 Blanton p 4 0 0 0 0 4 0 3 1 0 2 1 5 0 1 3 1 12 0 1 3 0 1 0 3 Wall Lake Beats Garner 9-3 in Game at Clarion CLARION, July 15.--Wall Lake beat Garner in a Sunday baseball game here, winning- 9 to 3 before 300 fans, at the Legion ball park. R. Rohrer pitched the victory, while Hamilton and M. Ziesmer worked for Garner. Wall Lake scored heavily in the eighth, getting 3 hits and 4 runs, while Garner made 3 errors. Wall Lake will play at Thor in its next game. Totals 33 10 27 11 aBatted for Smith In sixth. bBatted for Stout in eichth. cBatted fnr Critz to ninth. Score by innings: ·New 1'ork 000 000 002--2 Plttsbnrsh 012 000 101--4 Summary--Error, Leibcr; runs batted In, Suhr, VflUEhan, Younp:. P. Waner, Jackson 2; two base hit, Vaushan; three base hits, 'Vaughan, Jensen: double play, Critz to Bar- "*cll to Terry; left on bases, New York 5, ·Pittsburgh 8; bases on balls, off Blanton 1, Stout 1, Gabler 1; struck ont, by Smith 3, ·Blanton 2, Gabler 1; hits, off Smith S in 5 Innincs, Stout 2 In 2, Gabler 0 In 1: hit 05- pitcher, by Smith (Vaashan); losmR pitcher, Smith. Umpires. Pfirman, Magerkurth _and Stewart. Tune, 2:06. LEAGUE LEADERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMERICAN LEAGUE Battine---Johnson, Athletics, .351, - Buns--Gehringer, Tigers, 72. Buns Batted In--Greenberc, liners, 108. Hits--Cramer, Athletics, 114. Doubles--Gre«nberg, Tigers, 29. Tripes--Stone, Senators, 12. Homeruns--Greenberg, liners, 26. Stolen Bases--Wcrber and Almada, Red Sox, 14. Pitching--Tamulls, Yankees, 7-2. NATXOXAX. LEAGUE - Batting--Vanghan, PInitcs, .389. Runs--Ott, Giants: Medwick and Martin, .Cardinal*, 65. Runs Batted Xn--J. Collins/ Cardinals, 75. Hits--Medwlck, Cardinals. 116. Doubles--Martin, Cardinals, 35. Triples--Sahr, Pirates, 9. Homcrnns--Ott, Giants, ID. . Stolen Bases--Martin, Cardinals. II. Fttchln?--Schumacher, Giants, 13-2. IN THI RING By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HAVANA---Hans Blrkie, 194%, Germany, outpointed Isidore Gastagona, 207y, Spain* (10). WANTED f 1? SALESLADIES APPLY AT STORE Style Shoppe Clean-Up Wed., July 17, 10 a. m. ^ I Dougherty, Rockwell Run Up Score in Late Rallies as Visitors Win 11 to 10 DOUGHERTY, July 15.--Dougherty beat Rockwell 11 to 10 in a free-scoring game here Sunday, after regaining the lead in the ninth inning. "Lefty" Campbell, working for Dougherty, gave up 13 hits and 10 runs. He was relieved in the ninth by Keith, who was touched for another hit and run. Campbell struck out 9. Billiet, who relieved Coleman in the ninth, let the winning counter- in when he hit Dolan with the bases full. Rockwell scored 6 runs on 3 hits in the ninth to lead 10 to 7, but the Dougherty rally was good for 4 runs and 5 hits in the same inning. Clancy Coach of Rockford High School Next Season ROCKFORD, July 15.--C. V,. Clancy of Oskaloosa has been elected coach of Rockford hisfh school athletic teams. Clancy will succeed Gale Fischer who resigned to accept a position as coach at Scranton high school. In its weekly review of business and financial, conditions the Wall street Journal the upward trend. Many stocks succeeded In touching new high levels but the issues which have beeen standard bearers for the past few months were compelled to work through B. little heavier profit taking. At the same time, there was llttlf m dence of formidable liquidation overhanging and volume of trading still showed a tenden- ^{riXX^lll^^ SSfngXrSr^ 'o^thl ££«*? r led was .til, on an outright ba° is wth ,, - tle evidence of a broad speculative position ?ublk: °P«ations on the part of tie SILVER IS .MORE STEADY «.ri,ria?sssr«r a ^ no occasion for turther American support l!, London. Grains continued to move nervously in Washington, the legislative outlook was rfsinJ?ti£?'!,, a * ever ' a " hou rt hopes were rising that the very complications being encountered with the new tax plan and other J P our P nment C S S -' a " 0n K ° U ' d "«**»** *. h in the Real Estate Transfers Markley, J. E. E. E. to James E. Blythe, 5-- Partition deed, und. y int. in the W. 7 ft. of lots 2 and 3 in B. 24, Paul Felt's Plat of M. C., subject to alley easements A7-12-35. Blythe, James E. and Grace to J. E. E. Markley $-- Partition deed und. % int. in lots 1 and 2 in sub of L. 6, B. 17, Paul Felt's plat of M. C., subject to a wall agreement recorded in "V-326. A7-12-35. Glanville, Roger, Exec, of Estate of Thomas R. Glanville, to Martin 0. Rucker, 52,000.00 L. '3 in B, 11 in H. E. Francisco's Second Add to M. C. 4-4-35. Bates, D. W., Rec. of Cerro Gordo State bank, Clear Lake, to Clarence A. Knutson, $12,800.00 Lots 1 and 2 in B 2, in Boeye's Add to Cl. Lk. 518-35. Jones, Ira W. and wife to Deane 3. Heltman and Irene Heltman $1. Lot 1 in Orchard Heights Add to Cl. . To correct description in deed dated 5-21-25 52-143. 7-8-35. McGrady. Delia G.. to J. W. Mc- Irady. 51.00, one-half interest in ',i of NW of 21-97-21. July 12, 1935. : and a postponement of further n until the fall. The house, after the president on the death sentence ioldin ff company bm went over to of S ,nfTVA°activm£; S deman!iS f " SUPP ° rt "Stocks held well after a mid-week slnk- In spell and near the end were moving forward again, with new leadership appeartos m the railroad equipment stocks REBOUND IN STEEL OPERATION "The rebound in steel operations Irom the holiday week has been pronounced and m excess of expectations. With the passing of mid-year and prices holding, some consumers have re-entered the market TMr their needs, while otters, convinced that prices will hold for the time being are replenishing depleted stocks. Most of the manufacturing users of steel held back orders from the beginning of Juno because of tthe. The test of steel quotations will be held up now until the middle of August or later accordin s to some interests. It will come when the motor car manufacturers begin p acing orders for their needs on new models. If strip and sheets hold firmly at that time the entire price situation will be strengthened substantially. Hines Mount Returns From Investigation of Slot Machines Hines Mount, assistant county attorney, returned to Mason City Saturday night after spending several days at Sioux City, Carroll and Cedar Rapids investigating the report of slot machines being sold out of the office of the sheriff. County Attorney Frederick B. Shaffer stated Monday he went over the information gathered by his assistant, but that he was not ready to report to the board of supervis- NEW YORK. July 15. C-T 1 )--Advances in fe'.v specialties featured an otherwise rather irregular performance of the curb market today. Turnover was moderate. Ferro Enamel at 21 Vz. Aluminum Co. America at 61^. and Technicolor at 1J each got ahead more than a point, whii lesser gains were registered by Parker Rtls Proof at 62% and International Petroleum at 35%. Among issues slipping back fractions to a point or a little more from the previous close were American Gas Electric at 2S-li Great Northern Paper at 21. Creole at 16^ and Pittsburgh Plate Glass at 71. Atchlson All Rcf Auburn Aviation Corp Baldwin Loco B 4 O Barnsdall Bendlx Beth SU Bordens Borg Warner Burr Add Canada Dry Can Pacific Case Cerro de Pasco Ches o Ches Corp Chi E III Chi Nw C G W C G W pfd CMSP i P CMSP P CRI ft P 125 96 10 % 16 51 Kresge Kroger Llbbcy 0 F 01 Lig My B Loews Loose Wiles Lori Hard Maytag McKeas Rob McK Rob pjd 36% Slid Cont Pet 11 M K Sc T Mo Pac Mont Ward Morrell 20% 7% 6% 2% 29 S 31 25 ,i 44 17 !i 11 !4 10 58 Natl Biscuit Nat cash Re A 17 Natl Dairy 1654 Natl Distill 27 Nat Pow Lt 8» N Y Cent N r N H H No Am No Pac Oliver Farm Oliver Farm pfd 17 Mi Packard 41i Penick Ford 77% 31 Ti 17% 454 2014 p« Bond Market NEW YORK. July 15. (.^P)--The listed 5ond market showed little up to midday to ngage the active interest of traders and in- estors. Dealings were at routine levels and rices registered narrow changes. The gen- ral tone was steady. Except for a slight dip in the Treasury its the government list showed no particu- ar action. Certain of the second grade rails extended he gains made on Saturday. In most other categories of the corporate st changes were trivial. Texas Corp. 5s, . iesne Light 4^s. and Goodyear 5s were mong the low yield issues showing small ains. North American 5s, Shell Union 5s nd Standard Oil of New York 41/33 were ightly on the minus side. The foreign sector was dull. Chrysler CB1 G E Comwlth Sou Con Gas Cont Oil Contl Can Contl oil Contl Ins Contl Motor Corn Prod Curtiss Wr Deere pfd Du Pont Eastman El Pow Lt Fox Film A Frecport Tex Genl Am Trans Gen Elect Gen Foods Gen Motors Gillette Gobcl Gold Dust Goodrich Good year Gran Paige Gt Nor pfd Gt West Sug Hudson Motors 111 Cent Int Harv Int Nick Can 1 T T Johns-JCanv Kennecott 7% 1% 25 31 75% ·13 2(5% 37 1 -! 36% 15 22% 29 2T'.i Pennoy Penn Phillips Pet Proc Gam Pullman R C A E K O Kem Hand Rep stl Rey Tob B Roy Dutch Sears Roe Shell Union Skelly gocony Vac So Pac St Brands St G E St oil Cai St Oil Ind St Oil N J Stew Warner gtone Warner Studcbaker Texas Corp Tex Gulf Sul Tim Roll Bear Union Carb Union Puc Unit Air Unit Corp U S Gypsum U S Indus Alch 45% 24(i 21!i 51S 4414 0% 9 51% 42% 47 9% 19 33 S 25'.i 47»; 11=1 5% 2% 18% 34 S 44 63% 106 »; 1551 PEAK 5C BELOW LAST WEEK TOP Bulk of Desirable 180-230 Pound Hogs Being Sold at $9.-85-$10.15. CHICAGO, July 15. (JP--The top price in hogs here today was five cents under last week's peak figure of $10.25, and today's high quotation was paid sparingly, for choice medium weights. The bulk of desirable 1SO-230 pound hogs were going at $9.85 @ 10.15. However, the market was about steady with Friday's averages and trade was fairly active on the smallest Monday's run in several weeks. The big operators took 3,500 direct out of the day's receipts of 14,000. The bulk of desirable packing sows sold for $8.35 @65. In Indianapolis the hog market opened mostly 15 cents higher than Saturday or five cents above Friday's average top of $10.25, while Ji St. Louis the first rounds saw logs selling 5 to 10 cents lower Jian Friday's figures. Cattle producers today began a determined effort to stop dropping prices. Better prices were demanded for the rank and file of beef steers on the basis of curtailed supplies, but inimediatae needs of packers were uncertain. Small killers and shippers bought light year- ings at strong to unevenly higher prices, but general undertone was 10 better than steady and the mar- cet was slow on steers. Fa't lambs were selling slow and 'rom weak to 25 cents lower. Year- ings and aged sheep were firm. Top in native lambs was SS.50. U S Rubber U S Steel Wabash Warner Fix West El Woolworth Wrlgley Tel Truck 12-\ 37 IS 4 61 »i NEW YORK CURB STOCKS » T w t NEW YORK - July is. -p-~" A ^ Ksr p ° El Bd Share 8,i United Founders Hog Markets MimVKST HOGS. Hog prices at midwest markets Monday: U'ATKKLOO--Hogs 5c lower; ood to choice 140 to 180 Ibs. 57.90'9.20; 180 to 250 Ibs. SU.05lif9.45; 250 to 350 Ibs. S8.30fl'9.10; packing sows 275 to 550 Ibs. $7.40^8.10. OTTUMWA--3c hisher; 140 to 150 Ibs. $8.25Cl'8.55; 150 to 160 Ibs. SS.55ST8.85; 160 to 170 Ibs. 58.S5Cf9.15: 170 to 181) Ibs. $9.00 ®9.35; 180 to 200 Ibs. J9.15IS9.45; 200 to 220 Ibs. $9.25®9.55: 220 to 250 Ibs $9.15$ 9.45; 250 to 290 Ibs, J8.85(lJ9.1!i; 290 to 350 Ibs. S8.35Sf8.85: 350 to 400 Ibs. S8.20(ii8.50; porkers 275 to 350 Ibs. 58S8.30: packers 350 to 425 Ibs. S7.85®8.15; packers 425 to 450 Ibs. I7.r,5jl7.95. CEDAR RAPIDS--Hog prices unchanged today. AUSTIN--Market 5c lower; good to choice 180 to 200 Ibs. S9f£9.30; 200 to 250 Ibs. SU.10S9.40; 250 to 290 Ibs. S8.S55?9.15; 290 to 350 Ibs. S8.505f8.80; packing sows, good, 11 weights, $7.30S'S.05. COMBINED HOG RECEU'TS. DES MOINES, July 15. UTI -- U. S. department of agriculture -Combined hog receipts at 22 concentration yards and 9 packlns plants located In Interior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the ·IS hour period cndea at 8 a. m. today were 28.200 compared with 28,500 a week ago and 49.SOO a year ago. Trading rather slow and uneven, prices averaging steady to 5c lower than Saturday, but seme bids lOc lower and others 5c higher; loading light. Good and choice: Light lights. 140 to 160 Ibs. S8.10«i9; light weights, 160 to ISO Ibs S8.756f9.35: 180 to 200 Ibs. S9.0!«9.55: medium weights, 200 to 220 Ibs. S9.15ft9.65; 220 to 250 Ibs. S9.10f!?9.60; heavy weights, 250 to 290 Ibs. S8.80S'9.30- 290 to 350 Ibs SS. -10(^9.05. Good: Packing sows. 275 to 350 Ibs. 57.80 STS.30; 350 to 425 Ibs. $7.7088.15; 425 to 350 Ibs. S7.40S17.S5. LIVESTOCK FORECAST CHICAGO. July 15. (.-TV-Official estimated receipts tomorrow: Cattle, 5,000; hogs. 13.000: sheep, 5.000. Representative Sales Mason City Livestock cio MINNEAPOL:S, First Bank Stock Northwest Banq 0 5 July 15. (,P)--Stocks CHICAGO STOCKS CHICAGO. July 35 6',i Swift Co Brewing 7Vi Sw , ft Inl , GOVERNMENT BO.VDS. NEW YORK, July 15. (JP)--U. S. ient bond sclosed: Liberty 3^s Liberty First 4.Vis .... Liberty Fourth 4'is 101.20. Treasury 4 Vis 47-52 117.2. Treasury 4s 44-54 112.2. Treasury 3%s 40-43 June Treasury 3%s 46-49 105.4. Treasury 3s 51-55 104. Miscellaneous POTATO MARKET. CHICAGO. July 15. OB--U. S. department agriculture-Potatoes, 103, on track 229, total U. S, nipments Satunlay 649. Sunday 43; old tock, steady, supplies light, demand and rading light; sacked per cwt. Idaho russets S. No. i, from cold storage $1.50: small 27%; new stock, slightly stronger, sup- lies moderate, demand and trading good; labama triumphs U. S. No, 1, $1.70: Cali- rnta long whites U. S.' No. 1, $2; Missouri coolers U, S. No. 1, and partly graded SI© ~:5; Tennessee cobblers U. g. No. 1, $1.40; llss triumphs U. S. No. 1, 51.65; Texas lisa triumphs U. S. No. l, $1.60; Virginia ibblers U. S. No. 1, $1.10. NEW YORK SUGAR. NEW YORK, July 15. (/p)--Raw sugar as quiet today with prices unchanged at 29 C for spots and 3.30c for later shlp- ents. There seemed to be a fair volume sugar available in shipment position at om 3.30c to 3.35c but buyers held aloof. Futures opened at 1 to 2 points higher td held steady throughout the forenoon. eptember No. 3 sold at 2.3Sc and Decem- er at 2.33c with the general market at id-day ruling about 1 to 2 points net hLgh- In refined, withdrawals were of liberal ·oportions while new business in re-sale of- rings were also reported of fair volume. rices were unchanged with refiners listing 5.25 C and resales available at around 5c . Quaker Oats 135 15 14 !t IOWA PUBLIC UTILITY PREFERRED STOCKS. (By the Associated Press) Bid and asked on July 15- Cent st El 7 pct pfd (525'pan 6 Cent St P L 7 pct pfd ... 3 u P M Gas 8 pct pfd (550 par) 51 " 55 B M Gas 7 pct pfd ($50 par 49 53 Interstate Pow 7 pct pfd ls- is Iowa Electric 7 pct pld . . '" Iowa Electric e^i pct pfd'" Iowa El Lt Pow 7 pct pfd Iowa El Lt Pow 6 pct pld Iowa Pow Lt 7 pct pfd .. Iowa Pow Lt 6 pct pfd ... Iowa Pub Service 7 pct pfd Towa Pub Service 6 pct pfd Iowa south utll 7 pct pfd N W Bell Tel 6;t pct pfd .! United Lt Rys 6 pct pid ! MASON CTTY, July 15--HOGS Mostly steady. lood light .ights .. ---- 140-160 57.90-8.1* Good lights ...... ........ 160-1SO $8.65-8.90 Good lights ..... , ...... 1SO-200 Sc. 90-9. 30 Good light butchers .... 200-220 S9.15-9.4S Good light butchers ... . .220-250 S9.15-9.-I5 Good med. \vt. butchers 250-290 SS SO-9 10 Good heavy butchers .... 290-350 S8.50-S.30 Good prime hy. butchers 350--IOO SS.10-S 40 Good packing sows ---- 275-350 S7.SO-S.10 Good heavy sows ........ 350-425 S7.00-7.90 Good big heavy sows .. 425-550 S7.40-7.70 Good big heavy sows 550 and up S7.10-7.-10 (The above fs a 10:3o truck hop market for good and choice hogs. The difference in price is for short and long haul hogs.) CATTLE Steers, choice ........ 1200-1400 Steers, choice ...... 1000-1200 "leers, med. to good 1100-1400 Steers, med. to good 900-1100 Steers, com. to med. 900-1100 ieifers, good to choice ....... ieifers, medium to good ____ lelfcra, common to medium .... Cows, good to choice 87% 70 68 63 61!-'. 98 91 731,-; 71V- 49 118 59 57 CHICAGO, July 15. (,p/--u. S. department of agriculture--Representative sales: HOGS. Light-- Hcavy-- 50 325 51 307 59 230 61 260 Medium-61 205 60 212 58 230 62 245 GRAIN MARKET UP AT CHICAGO Wheat Prices Move Upward in Sympathy With Jumps at Other Markets. CHICAGO, July 15. (^--Cautiously sympathizing with extreme jumps of respectively 5 and 4 cents a bushel at Kansas City and Minneapolis, wheat prices in Chicago today scored gains of barely over 3 cents. Disappointing" harvest yieldls were the accepted Chicago version of Kansas City wheat market strength, and black rust reports were held largely to explain the action of wheat prices at Minneapolis. Relative dragginess of the Chicago wheat market was apparently related to prospective increased receipts of new wheat in areas adjacent to Chicago. Wheat closed nervous, 1%@2% above Saturday's finish, Sept. 82% @ % ; corn %@1% up, Sept. 75 %@ %; oats %@1 cent advanced, and provisions unchanged to a rise of 10 cents. 9.10 68 Steers- iS 20 19 25 2-t 1? 22 110 1403 1237 1444 1016 96S 1146 895 1067 10.20 10.15 10.10 9.85 CATTLE. Heifer; 12.00 11.75 11.50 11.00 10.50 9.S5 165 170 185 195 Lights-145 155 666 598 615 Cows, fair to good Cows, cutters , canncrs .. 3ulls. heavy Jul S 9.00-10.00 S 8.50-10 OP 5 7.00- 8-50 S 6.00- 7.00 S 5-00- 6,00 3 7.50- 9.00 $ 5.50- 7.50 S 4.50- 5.50 $ 4.50- ,1.25 s 3.50- 4.50 $3.25-3.75 $ 2-50- 3.25 5 4.50- 5.25 S 3.50- 4.50 S 6.00- 6.50 $ 5.50- 6.00 S 5.50 down Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck BIdg. Telephone No. 7 CHICAGO STOCKS Fendix Corp l6!-i Quaker Oats Borg-Warn Cp 43 V- Swift Co Butler Bros 6V, Swift Intl Co Gt Lks Dredge 22 Marshal! Fields 135 15 S Humble Oil Co Nlag Hud Pow Pennroad Corp S 0 Ky Co United Gas Co Un Li Pow Utll P LI Co U S Gypsum SS Zenith Co NEW YORK CURE Am Gas Elec 62 HI Walker Co A Cyanamid B 32 Am Sup Pow Co l Ark Nat Gas A l As G Elec A Can Ind Alk g DIst Corp Seag 22 Elec Bb Share 8 Ford M of Can 27 NEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 16% jnt Carriers Am Bank Note 27 Am Beet Su Co mj Am C Fy Co 20 !i Am Roll'g Mills 21-TR Amer Metal Co 19 ii Am Ra S Co 15',£ Amer Tob Co 96 Armour Co A 3", As Dry Goods 11% 43 y L 35»1 31% 58 Vi 6 v.s 21 ¥j A ifi Hides and Wool Did Anybody Get a Load of Buckshot? Lynn Sutton, employed on the wood, reported shooting at prowlers wood, reported shoting at prowlers in the farmyard about 2 o'clock Monday morning 1 . Mr. Sutton reported to Sheriff J M. Robertson that a man screamed as he shot. Mr, Sutton said he used a .410 gauge shotgun. He also told Sheriff Robertson that he did not find the prowler. [notations Furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc., SOS Fifth Street Southwest 80KSEH1DE5 bJdes .. . . .....52 60 "GBEEJJ BEEF HIDES CJp to 25 Ibs ........ ____ ...... ,,_ * c 25 to 45 Ibs ......... ,, ................ 3% c More than 60 Ibs, ...,, ........... -^«..3%c Buii bides ............................ 2c *Curcd hides half cent more a pound. (On above price half cent hfsher to wholesale dealers in wholesale lots.) Clear wool -- , Burry and chaffy ·wool Rejects .......... Last year's wool Last year's burry and chaffy wool 22c ib. 18c Ib. ISc Ib. 18c Ib. ..... 15c Ib. WOOI* MARKET. BOSTON. July 15. CP)--U. S. department of agriculture-Recent business transactions by Boston wool houses \ v s comprised largely of the finer grades of western grown average to short combing wools in the original bags but average French combing 64s and finer territory wool has been sold at 67-68 cents scoured basis while French combing wool of similar grades are quoted around 70 cents scoured basis. Mixed lots of f i n e r and territory wool of average to good French staples have been sold at 68-70 cents scoured basis. Best Co Briggs iltg Co Budd Mfg Co Byers A M Co Calif Pack's j Caterpillar Trac i Coca Cola Co : Com Credit Corn Solvents Cont oil Cr of Wheat Cudahy Packing Curt-Wri Co A Douglas Airc Eaton Mfg Co Elec Auto Lite Erie R R Co FIre'ne T Ru 14 H First Na Stores 51 Foster-Wheeler Glidden Co Gt North'n Ore Hershey Ch Co Hupp Motors MINNEAPOLIS FLOUR. MINNEAPOLIS. July 15. U'l-- Flour. 20c higher Carload lots, family patents S7.35S ~.55 a barrel In 9S Ib. cotton sacks. Shipments. 19,813. Pure bran, S175i 17.50. Standard middlings, 519519.50. Fewer people are telling what the country needs. The others will give it up some day.--Fountain Inn Tribune. 38 K 41',4 77s 27,i 22% 24 li 15 28 Indust Rayon 28^ Keivinator Co 13"Si Lambert Co 26',i Liquid Carb Cp 31 % Mack Truck 207£ Mathieson Alk 31 McLcllan Stores 12 Mex Seab'd Oil 287s Min, Moline Imp 4!i Motor Products SO 1 ,^ No Amer Avi 3 Otis Steel Co 6% Owen 111 Glass 102% Park Utah Cop 4 Piilsbury Flour Plymouth Oil Pub Ser of N J Pure Oil Co Purity Bakery Reo Motors Simmons Co So Calif Edison Sperry Corp _ ,, Tide Wa As Oil 10% U S Smelter 108% Util P LI A 2% Vanadium Un Gas Imp Warren Bros Western Myld Western Union Worth'n Pump Youngs s T 34 9 13 3 93.1 19 vi 10% 14 T 14 · 20 lA'VESTMEXT TRUSTS. (By the Associated Press) Bid and s^ked on July 15: Corporate Tr Sh 2.15 Corporate Tr Sh AA Mod ... 2.49 Corporate Tr Sh Ac Ser .,, 2.14 Corporate Tr Ac Ser Mod ... 2.49 Dividend Sh 1.37 Maryland Fund ..1G.2-1 Nationwide Sec ............ 3.13 Nationwide Sec Vic 1.24 Nor Am Tr Sh 2,0, Nor Amer Tr Sh 1955 2.^5 Quarterly inc Sh 1.37 Selected Am Sh Inc 3.30 Super Corp Am Tr A 339 U S E 1 L P A 14$, U S El L P B 2.03 U S El L P B Vtc 74 light Calves, gd. and choice 130-390 Calves, med. to good 130-190 Calves, infer, to com. 130-190 LAMBS Yearlings, good to choice 70-90 $5.25-5 50 readings, med. to good 70-M S4.50-5.25 Yearlings, fair to medium . .. S3.25-4 25 Culls S3.£5 down .ambs, good to choice .. 70-90 57.00-7.50 -ambs. medium to good S6.00-7.00 -ambs. fair to medium 55.00-6.00 Culls 54.00 down Buck Iambs SI less. All truck lambs three pounds dock a lamb Quotations subject to market fluctuations. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. CHICAGO. July 15. UPh-- U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 14,000: including 3.500 direct; fairly active, around steady with Friday's averages; top 510.20 paid sparingly; bulk desirable 180 to 230 Ibs. 59.85^10.15: few 240 to 290 IDs. 59.60.W9.80; bulk medium 150 to 190 Ibs. $9.25!5.9.65; bulk desirable packing sows S8.35i5S.65; few light weights SS.75. CATTLE 10.000; calves 2.500; market slow on steers; small killers and shippers buying light yearlings early at strong to unevenly higher prices, but general undertone no bet-ter than steady: shipper demand narrow; killing quality plain, there being a good many southwestern grassers In crop; early top fed steers 511.75; some held higher; tendencies lower on cows and butcher heifers; bulls strong; vealers steady at SS down; best sausage bulls SG.40. SHEEP 13.000: fat lambs slow, weak to 25c lower; yearling and aged sheep firm; native Iambs upwards to 58.25 and S8.40: top 58.50 on selected lot to trader interest; range lambs SS.40 down; six cars choice Idahos straight at that price; choice yearlings 56.75; native ewes S2??3.25. Range Lambs-515 S6 510 85 350 94 1350 SO 161 77 Native Lambs-31 28 70 24 Cows-3 1114 8 1000 7.90 17 920 5 796 SHEEP. Yearlings -120 79 Native Ewes -- 9.75 9.80 10.00 10.10 9.45 9.60 10.10 8.90 7.25 5.00 7.50 CHICAGO CASH GRAIN. CHICAGO. July 15. (/PI--Cash wheat: No. 2 red 82%ff.'S3?ic: No. 1 dark hard 90%® C-2c; No 2 dark hard 90ff.BHic; No. 3 dark hard 90!ic: No. 1 hard 90c; No. 2 hard 8S% ftUlc: the following four all tough and garlicky; No. 1 red S2v;c: No. 3 red 75$77}rc; No. 2 mixed 75fi'SO%c; No. 3 mixed 75c; No. 2 mixed S2^ tf?S3c: No. 2 mixed 89 J ,ic, 74 per cent hard: No. 2 mijccd 85^c, 80 per cent soft. Corn No. 2 yellow 86y|(fT87c; No. 3 yellow 85}uc; No 4 yellow 84^c: oats No. 2 white 36t36^c: No. 2 white 36c: no rye; no buckwheat; no soybeans; barley, nominal, feed 3B^17C; malting 42!?53c; timothy seed per cwt. 54.10. new $4.25; clover seed per cwt. J13.50R18.50. Lard: Tierces $14; loose S13.92: bellies S17.50. Mason City Grain 120 142 91 11 14 81 S3 80 8.40 15.40 S.-tO S.I 5 6-25 6.50 S.40 S.35 8.25 7.40 7.35 11 123 134 191 Lamson Brothers Market Letter MASON CITY, July 15.-Barley 50-65c No. 2 yellow shelled corn, old 73'/ = o No. 3 shelled, new 67c No. 4 ear 67c White Oats, No. 3 23c SIOIX CITY LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY. July 15. Cl'l--U, S. depart- merit of agriculture-- CATTI.K 3.500: steady to 25c lower; steers and yearlings SSftlO.25: cow? S4.25^;6- cutter grades S3.50^4; heifers 56. HOGS 4.000; top 59; 190 to 240 Ibs. 59.50 fa9.60; 190 to 240 Ibs. S99.50; sows S8.40 S8.50. SHEEP 1.000: weak to lower; lambs around S8 for choice. SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL. July 15. I.T'i--U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 4.300; calves 1,900: steers S8fi 9.50; cows S-1.5051 5.50; low cutters and cutters S3.50®4.50; bulls 55.50^6: vealers 36-^ 7. HOGS 2.700: steady; top S9.7.1; 170 to 240 Ibs. $9.;0tfi9,65; 240 to 2SO Ibs. $9^9.50: 280 to 350 Ibs. S8.50fr9; pigs 88^5^9.25; Sows 58^8.30. SHEEP 15.500; no sales lambs or yearlings; bids on lambs 25c lower at S7-75 down. 1.49 17.56 3.53 1.35 1.51 1.41 Cresco Club Entertained. LIME SPRINGS, July 15.--Members of the Cresco Garden club were entertained at the home of Mrs. N. P. Kerr Monday at a picnic luncheon at 1 o'clock, followed by the regular meeting. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA. July 15. i.-n--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 5.500: steady to lOc lo%ver; ISO to 260 Ibs. S9.50'79.65: top S9.65: 260 to 300 Ibs. S9.1.T3T9.50: 160 to 180 Ibs. SS.753 1.50; pigs S7.75'58.50; sows ?S.35«tS.30. CATTLE 6.000; calves 500; steady to 50C lower; steers and yearlings 58.75^10.50; heifers S8.25f?S.50; cows S4.505r6: cutter grades S3.50S4.50; bulls S5.50!i6: vealers 57.50. SHEEP S.OOO: Including 1252 direct; steady; Iambs S3. de- KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITY. July 15. l.l'i--U. S. partment of agriculture-HOGS. 2.000; 270 direct: uneven, mostly steady to 5c lower than Friday's average: closing fairly active; top 59.70 on choice 190 to 240 Ibs.; desirable 190 to 250 Ibs. S9.505J 9.70; a few 260 to 300 Ibs. S9.25«i 9.55; better grade 160 to ISO Ibs. 59.1539.60: light lights scarce; sows 58^8.50. CATTLE 11.000; calves 2.SOO: market opening slow on selling classes of cattle, a few early sales western graspers weak at S5.50^i 7.25: nothing done on fed kinds: most butcher cows S4.25ri5.75: cutter range ?3.25 '"4.25; hulk stockers 55.50^-7.25; choice 750 In. feeders SS.30; a few select vealers SS. SHEL'P S.onn; 1.300 t h r o u g h ; lambs 25--10C lower: ndd pheep about steady: top nalive lambs SS-10; most sales 57.75g7.80; medium Arlzonas 57.25. MAKKET REVIEW. CHICAGO. July 15-- UTieat--The wheat market staged a sharp run-up today as reports of rust conditions In the northwest were more serious and the strength in the outside markets, particularly Kansas City, was a factor not to be disregarded. As sentiment at the end of the week was rather bearish, short covering by local traders played an important part in today's price advances. More commission house buying however of a friendly nature was noticeable. Reports from Kansas city said there was a feeling there that their movement had about reached the peak and their turn around in the cash demand came late Saturday. At one time Kansas City July wheat advanced 5c from Saturday's close. Kansas City received 321 cars wheat today against 660 a year ago. Mr. Cromwell, wiring from Aberdeen. S. Dak., said that he thought the government overestimated that state decidedly as there was too much idle land in the central and western portions. He wired from Fargo that around Aberdeen and nearby areas nearly all fields were damaged from 25 to 40 per cent oy rust. Another crop expert said that wheat in certain sections of Manitoba and Saskatchewan while rather late, is growing fast. No rains were reported in the Argentine. The nervous undertone which is always present In rust scare markets continues and we would use care in following sharp price upturns. Corn--Corn prices showed little change today, most of the firmness being a reflection of the advance in wheat prices. Trade was moderate and part of the strength was due to short covering: by local traders who were bearishly inclined because of the prospects of giiod weather over the corn belt. The weather over thr corn belt was about all that could be desired. No rain was reported. There appears to be but little pressure in the July and September corn. December corn now is about 12c discount under the December future. Hold Annual picnic. DBCORAH, July 15.--The Norske Selskab held its annual picnic yesterday at "the O. A. P. Haugen farm north of Decorah. A program of entertainment including softball and hovseshoe wrg arranged for the large crowd of members and spec- ators, who attended the annual gathering. WHEAT-July Sept Dec CORN-July Sept Dec OATS-July Sept ·Dec RYE-July Sept Dec E'ARLEY-- July sept Dec LARD-July Sept Oct Dec BELLIES-July Sept MONDAY GRAIN CLOSE. CHICAGO. July 15. High .82-; .83% .85% .831', .75--: .33 ·! .31 Ti .33 -K .44% .45 .48 !i ..13.95 ..13.77 . .13.40 ..12.60 Low .SOU .8074 .33 .30=', ·32% .44'i .43% ' ·46% 13.65 13.67 13.35 12.57 ·63V5 .33 'i .31 « .44% .47-J-i .42 .13V' .43 13.95 13.77 13.40 12.60 17.50 17.20 MOXHAY GRAIN, OPEN'. CHICAGO, July 15. (..pi--Opening prices: July Sept Dec COEN-July Sept .Dec OATS-July Sept Dec. ...... RYE-July Sept Dec BARLEY-- · July , Sept LARD-July SEPt Oct Dec BELLIES-July Sept Open Today .SI'S .S3 !4 .82 tj, .74 "i .62% Close Saturday .79% .SOU ·SIT's -74% ·61 !4 .32 7 B -30 f s ·32 5i .43 -46 « Close Year Ago .98'/, -99» .13.90 .13.70 13.80 13.70 13.32 12.50 17.50 17.20 7.271J 7.40 10.0714 10.30 low Picnic to Be Wednesday. LIME SPRINGS, July 15.--The Sunday school of the M. E. church will hold a picnic Wednesday noon in Brown's park. Dr. Beard recommended to the graduating collegians that they read "Alice in Wonderland" as a textbook on sociology. But with the administration suddenly discovering that it would cost S1.200 to "give" the unemployed $1,110 apiece, it seems as if "Alice" might be read as spot news.--Boston Transcript. Probably the unsafest and most undiplomatic thing one could do would be to express surprise in the hearing of a public enemy by saying, "Gee! Man!"--The Mempnis Commercial Appeal. KANSAS CITV GRAIN. K A N S A S CITY. July 15. ui--wheat: 331 cars: 1-61,c Higher. No. 2 dark hard 91cfij fl: No. 3. 91'i('i9614c; No. 2 hard 90® 96i.,c; No. 3, 90®9.11ic; No. 2 red 86Wc; No. 3. SaflSS'.ic. Close: July 87V.C- September 83',»C: December SSlic Corn: 49 cars: K-lc higher. No. 2 white S9c; No. 3 nominally S6KS'8Sc' No 2 yel- nominally 87«?fS9c; No. 3 nominally wSSc; No. 2 mixed nominally 86«c87Wc- No. 3 nominally sr«J86Kc. -.""·so. Oats: 7 cars; unchanged to lc higher No 2 white nominally 365I38'/ic: No. 3 nominally 35537',ic. x MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MINNEAPOLIS. July 15. I.TI--Wheat receipts 53 cars compared to 102 a year BEO Market 414 cents higher. Cash: No 1 north- era S1.06i,5«?1.08',a; No. 3 daric . nort hem 15 per cent protein S1.09 ! i@l 12y · 14 upr cent protein Sl.08U91.lltt: 13 per cent Sr'nS^l'Ji' 1 '* 1 '' 191 ' 41 12 pw cenl Protein Ji.ut ,,. ;Z 'i.0514; fancy No. 1 hard Montana 14 per cent protein f 1.04 Vi «?1.06K · to arrive Sl.04HSrl.06U: (ancy No. I'hard amber durum Sl.Oliiffl.o-y,: fancy No. 2 hard !,mh[n- .*.,.·.,.» fl nn^/ r,t n,.-, J - _ * "*'« S1.00:!,sn.0674i; No 1 red July 51.04 tt: Sept. amber durum durum 73vMc: Dec. 85 ^c. Corn. No. 3 yellow , Oats, No. 3 white 32-i 5?33.'4 Dead Animals Of All Kinds Removed Mason City Rendering Co. Fay Phonp calls OMAHA GHAIN July 15. (.T-)--Wheat, No. s dark hard 95c: No. 1 hard 90V.B95}; C - No 4 hard 88«i94V40: No. 3 hard"8651 fflflbc Com. No. 3 yellow 82c. m ' i ' a * {K Oat?, no sales. REAL ESTATE LOANS A liberal supply of Life In- snrance Company and private money available for Farm Loans and choice Mason City Residence Loans. Prompt service. Small expense. Low interest. Hugh H. Shepord 501-508 t O. F. Building Phone 281 Mason City, Iowa

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