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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 23 1934 MIXERS FALTER TO LOSE THREE Pontiacs Sweep Series With HenkelTeam; First of Season. FRIDAY GAMES 7 o'clock- Lyons Cleaners vs. Blumer's Golden Glow, 1 and 2. Wagner Coal vs. Hugh Davey and Son, 3 and 4. 9:15 o'clock-- Fabst Blue Ribbon vs. Joe Daniels' Goodyears, 1 and Z. A M. Schanke and company vs. Studebaker Six, 3 and 4. In the first time of the season that such a crusher was ever administered to the Mixers, Gallagher's Pontiacs swept their series with the Hcnkel Ready-Mis bowlers Thursday night. Another "first time" event of the evening was the forfeit of three games, awarded to Stoddard Stone over Studebaker Betsy Roas Bread won two from the Northern Oilers aad Fabst Blue Ribbon won another pair from the Tyler-Ryans in other games. Harry tree took all honors with 237 and 616. Swafford and Bell, with 609 and 60S, were close behind. The Pontiacs' 2,954 took the place of the Budweiser top mark for the twenty-third weekly prize. Three 1,000'B, three 600's, and 18 200'a were bowled. FABST BLOT IUBBON Players-- 1st R, Haitsen ... 219 A. Hansen ... 1X6 A. Heese 1!B 11. Woljke ... 181 3. Bell 233 Actual Fins.. 883 Handicap ... 64 Total Tins .... 051 TVLEB-BVAN Flayers-- l«l 31. Kanfmnn .. 148 r. Peterson ... 1G6 W. Tjler 149 C. Kaufman .. 267 2nd 163 163 203 181 182 3rd Total AY. 141 8ZB 176 18Z 17B 380 136 463 181 0(3 193 60S 165 181 203 900 836 2013 61 04 192 815 61 984 not 2815 FURNITUBF. CO. 2nd 3rd Total Av. 180 186 514 171 147 ICt 487 106 109 484 132 168 420 183 139 489 828 138 161 110 163 Aetna! rinj.. 143 718 Handicap ... 83 83 814 83 2371 219 lotal PInj 823 861 907 2393 804 BEXSV BOSS BREAD Flayers-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total E, Shannon ... 171 180 208 659 C. Knlovll ... 187 1B4 181 B6Z W. While .... 147 169 293 614 3. Humphrey .. 201 171 I6J S37 V. Morphew .. 13* 171 IBO 485 Actual 1'ins.. 840 Handicap ... 45 881 45 946 2687 43 135 Total Tins ---- 885 82B . 091 2802 NORTUEBN O17.EHS Players -- lt 2nd 3rd TotM H. Lee, ....... 149 230 237 61B XI. Matter ---- 184 167 169 BIO H. Punch ..... 120 134 167 130 A. SonderiMrd 177 188 119 431 p. Duncan . . . . 150 178 177 014 Actual Tins.. 708 Handicap ... 41 -9 Total Pins ....839 938 910 S687 803 4.V. 186 187 171 179 165 888 45 833 Av. 205 173 143 101 171 STODDARD STONE PBODOCXS Flayer* -- 15' 2nd 3. Llrisay ..... 139 160 H. Kneiel ____ 124 231 V. Ixirini .... 197 107 W. Bee* ..... 181 177 3rd Total lit 433 488 078 657 127 212 189 . i. SlcxIJard .. 151 172 189 512 Actual Fins,. 1SZ 907 861 2360 353 Handicap 103 108 108 334 Tol«l FIni .... 500 1010 809 3884 931 STUDEUAKEK SIX FUyen-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. T, Johnson ... .. A. Hill R. (Vest M*. Bender ".','. '.. Actual FIni Handicap ... 33 33 Total Pln« ....Forfeit Flayers -C. Swafford W. VVllcox .. T. Krumholl Strom HENKEI.S READY MX 1st IB'J 127 165 170 B. Bey ....... 170 Actual Pins.. 813 Handicap ... 18 2nd 3rd Total 214 213 609 191 100 478 IBO 186 521 190 167 536 138 101 475 £23 18 873 18 26i! 01 Total Mm . . . . 841 941 891 9673 GALLAGHER'S PDNTTACS flayers-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total R. Johnson ... 16S 205 170 5«7 C. EjBcrt . . . . 181 116 SOI 528 J. F.tntai J82 !13 174 C89 B. Stevens .... 125 209 214 558 51. Flrkt 174 201 1»9 S24 B7;» IS 891 AT. m ne ISO 180 175 Actual Finn.. 828 Handicap ... 76 074 924 3728 · 76 76 228 78 Total Fins .... 90* 10»0 1000 2854 085 Hampton Girls Lose in First Contest of Franklin County Meet HANSELL, Feb. 23.--First round scores in the Franklin county basketball tournament were as follows Thursday night: Geneva girls 32 Alexander 12; Pope joy boys 24, Alexander 21; Sheffield girls 35, Hampton 17; Hampton boys 38, Chapln 11s The tourney schedule: Saturday Afternoon. 1:30--Chapin, Hampton, Hansell, boys' consolation. 2:30--Sheffield, Geneva, Alexander, Popejoy, boya' consolation. 3:30--Finals, girls' consolation. Saturday Night 6:30--Finals, boys' consolation. 7:30--Finals, girls' championship. 8:30--Finals, boys' championship. Greene Commercial Club Plans Banquet for Band GREENE, Feb. 23. -- A t the monthly meeting oC the Commercial club Wednesday night, it waa decided to give a banquet to the local high school band and to take the members of the band to a motion picture ahow March 19. There are 75 pieces In the band. Arrangements were also made to hold an annual Flag day and band festiva: June U. Committees for the festival are: Chairman, Dr. W. B Stager, DOB Walters, H. M. Graven, H. W. Dralle and Dr. M. B. Call. H. A. Downs Is president of the club. BOSSES DODGERS CHICAGO HOG PRICES 5 TO 10 CENTS HIGHER Charles "Oa.sc y" Stengel (above) got the first call at the managership of the Brooklyn Dodgers after Max Carey was deposed from the job. (Associated Presn Photo). CASEYirENGEL TAKES NEW JOB Former Leaguer to Direct Dodgers for Seasons of 1934 and '35. NEW YORK, Feb. 23. (.!)-Charles D. (Casey) Stengel, former Brooklyn Dodgers outfielder and a coach since 1932, today was named manager of the team for 1934 and 1935, succeeding Max Carey. Stengel was a Brooklyn outfielder From 1913 to 1918 and played with the Dodgers in the world series of 1916. Later he wag with the Pittsburgh and Philadelphia clubs before going to the New York Giants in 1922, where he helped Johi; McGraw win two pennants. He finished his big' league career with Boston in 1924 and from then until he was brought back to Brooklyn as a coach served as a promoter and managerN of minor league teams. He was manager of the Toledo Mud Hens of the American association while that team was a Giant farm and led them to a pennsnt in 192T. He is 43 years old and a favorite with Dodger fans, who love his antics along the third base coaching lines. Despite his clownish actions he is credited with being a shrewd baseball leader and a good developer of young- talent. One of his most famous stunts was to catch a sparrow, place it in hts cap and when lie came to bat, release it as he dropped the headpiece, giving the umpires "the bird" in a manner to which they were not accustomed. CHICAGO CASH QHAIX. CHICAGO. 1-eb, 23. (/TV--Wheat. No 1 hard 90Vic; simple grade hart 82®83c; com, No. 2 ml.Ted JS!4®^c; No. 3 mixed i7KO18c; No. 2 yellow 4B?»l849c; No. 3 ellow 47@48Hc: No. 1 yellow 47'AC; No. yellow 4oHc: No. 2 white- att@80c; No. 3 while 49SH9C; No. 4 white 46%c; No. 5 white 46 Me; sample grade 38c; old com, No. 2 yellow 4 9 U @ ^ 4 c : oats. No. 2 whits 354®36c; No. 3 white 35%«]37c; No. 4 white 34/?34%c: rye, No. 2, 63^c; bar- ey 50@79c; timothy seed $7.35®7.50 cwt.; clover seed J11SIU4 cwt. Lard, tierces, 55.55; loose lard 56.05; belles S3. Mason Cityans See Davenport Win Iowa Volleyball Matches WATERLOO, Feb. 23. UP)--The Davenport Y. M. C. A. volleyball team had permanent possession of the three-year state championship trophy after defeating K the Dca Moinea squad last night 15-7 and 15-4 in the final round. Davenport won in the championship bracket without a single de feat while the Des Moines team, beaten in the second round by Cedar Rapids, won in the losers' bracket for the right to play in the finals. Des Moines turned the tables on Cedar Rapids in the semifinal round of the losing- teams winning 10-15, 15-11 and 16-14. Seven Iowa cities were represented including Davenport, Dea Moines, Fort Dodge, Ottumwa, Cedar Rapids, Waterloo and Washington. A group of Mason Cityans, Ixmi~ Wolf, Julius Estess, Walter Erickson, Wilbur Cassiday, Harvey Major, Alfred Halsor, Dr. J. L. Pauley and Ivan A. Barnes, attended Hit tournament sessions Thursday aft ernoon and evening. Lincoln, Roosevelt Winners for junior High Cage Contest! Lincoln junior cogers won a gamu from Monroe at Lincoln Thursday 28 to 12. The home team led throughout the contest. The score at the half was Lincoln 12, Monroe 7. LI.VrOL.V--!8 MO.NTROK--12 F« !'"( K Fr Ft r Dlllaboyth t o o l n Merer f 1 1 1 R. C'min t i n t r.Mock I (c) 0 0 0 Iferbner ! 8 0 3 Urtinrr c 1 2 0 Jlmenei t 0 0 2 Ilrlihlne g 1 1 2 SWre c 3 u o Collln c 1 0 0 Tmdo c 1 0 1 Wa Kroner g i 0 o Hurt f 3 0 s Bulek t 1 0 0 J. ro'an (C) 3 0 1 Total I u 0 13 Totsla 4 ~ 3 Kefcree; llcrt. Roosevelt took a hotly contested game from the high school freshman-sophomore team No. 1 at Roosevelt Thursday 18 to 9. The score at half time was 8 to 4 In favor of Roosevelt. Green of Roosevelt took high point honors of the game with 7 points. KOOSEVELT--IB II. H. NO. 1--9 V* VI F Kit Ft F SUTero 1 0 1 0 M'JlonnId f 0 0 0 SKJmi f 0 0 3 nanktn f 1 0 0 Wood c 2 Z Z EriwardN c 0 0 0 ^VnllMft g 2 ft 1 Nt-lghbor ^ 1 J 1 G r M n r 3 1 0 Yonnjf jc 1 1 y Cookman f 0 1 1 WHEAT DIPS IN CLOSING TRADE Early Gains Are More Than Wiped Out; Corn Up Slightly. CHICAGO, Feb. 23. f/P)--Wheat prices underwent a. dip late today, and early gains were more than wiped out. The late setback was induced more or leas by easiness which developed in stocks. Forecasts of further moisture relief for wheat districts which recently complained of drought served also as a weight on the market, and as did slowness 01 demand for wheat from Canada and from countries south of the equator. Wheat closed unsteady, %-% under Wednesday's finish. May 88- 88H, July 86%-^, corn at %-% advance, May 50%, July 52%, oats unchanged to % lower, and provisions unchanged to a rise of 22 cents. MasonCityCram MASON CITY, Feb. 23 Jarley 28-40c to. 2 yellow old shelled corn . .33c So. 3 yellow new shelled corn . .32c . 3 yellow ear corn 30c White oats, No. 3. 30 sua., or better 26 % o FHIDAY DRAIN CLOSE. VHEAT-- May ·u'y Sept CORN-May July ept OATS-- *.» uly sept RYF-- ·lay 'uly Sept BARLEY-May July LAIXD-- ?fay July sept BELLIES -- Ifny July CHICAGO, Feb. 23. 1,1V- High Lov,- Close · 89 .SS .SB .87% .8«U .66H .88U .87 .87% .31 .53 .54% .CO',', 6.80 6.85 . 7.07 .00% .52 H .M'/i .34 Ti .34 VI .59 .ao'.t .62-» .47H 8.75 8.80 6.97 S.05 8.40 MSIDAY QRAIN OPEN CHICAGO, Feb. WHEAT-May July Sect CORN-May July Sept. OATS-May July Sent RYE-May July Sept BARLEV-May July LARD-May July sept BELLIES-- M»y July Open Today . .S874 . .87 . .8714 . .60 H '. IM^ . .30 U '. iaiH Close Yesterday .88-H is?* .5054 0.53 0.00 6. SO S.OO 8.40 S3. Close TTr. Ago .45 ,48V] .2414 .26H .28 M -34% .34% S.S2 3.95 4.05 4.20 4.37 OMAHA GRAIN. OMAHA, Feb. 23. I.-PI--Wheat, hard, No. 1, 83H@84«c; No. 2, 81HS83',;c; dark hard No. 2, Slo; No. 4. Blc. Corn, white No. 2, 42Vic; yellow No, 2, 41c; mtJted No. 2, 40Hc, Oils, no trading. KANSAS CITY OBAI' KANSAS .CITV, Feb. 23. un--Wheat. 139 cars; unchanged to % cent higher; No. 2 dark hard B5%c; No. 3, SSJpSSlic; No. hard S2Mii?s5c,- No. 3. 83«841l:; No. 2 red Sic; No, 3, BSUtSSS^ic. Corn, 74 cars; VI o % cent higher; No, while 45Vi®45Hc; No. 3, 4Bc: No. 1 yellow WSHVXc: billing 46c; No. 3, 4SSiST44vic nom.; No. 2 mixed 44c; billing 4 4 U c ; No. 3. 42*i©^3Hc noro* Oats, 4 cars; unchanged to U cent higher; No, 2 vrhlte 35S35?ic nora.; No. 3, num. rollera 21^23c, colored 20c, barebacka iloct springs 16c, colored 15c; Leghorn chickens lie; roostera flc; turkeys 10^15c: duck a 12@15c; geese Sc. Dressed turkeys steady, prices unchanged. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO, Feb. 23. 1.11--Butter, 10,323 (2 daya), aUady; creamery--specials (03 score) 25@25«c; extras (92) 24%c; extra flrata (80-B1) 2®24Mc; firsts (88-88) 23}} 23%c; aeconda (S3-S7) 22Uc; standards (90 centralized carlots) 24C. ES, 20,038, steadier; extra firits cars local 15%c; fresh graded ilrsta cars 155ic, local 15%lc; current receipts H$6c. FKODUCE FUTURES. CHICAGO, Feb. 23. 1.P!--Egg futures closed: Freah graded firsts February 16c; storage packed IlrstB March 1TAC; storage packfd firsts April 18c; refrigerator aland- arda Octobar 20Vic. Euttor futures closed: storage standards February 23c; storage standards March 22SC. Potato futures ' closed; Idaho russcU March 12. r NEW YOBK PRODUCE NEW YORK, Feb. 23. (iP!--Butter, !«,- 521, ateady, prices unchanged; extra (82 core) 25\626C. Eggg, 25,562, steady; mixed colors, special pafika or selections from fresh receipts 18H5?2Oc; standarda and commercial atad* daws 1711S1SC; Jlrsta 16tt©l7c; medlunn 39 Ibs. IGUc; average checks other mixed colors unchanged. MINNEAPOLIS ORAIN MINNUAPOL1S, Feb. 23. 1.T1--Wheat, 101 can; 62 a year ago; unchanged; cash: No. 1 northern B5WSJ83'.4c; No. 1 dark northern IS protein 85!4®8«Hc; 14 protein 635i«?89}4Ci 13 trol«ln 83V1 »fSt'.4c; 12 pro. teln ssyi^SB^c; No. 1 hard Montana 14 protein 86tt®89ttc: ,to arrive SOWejigOV No. 1 amber durum *1,08H©1.12^4; No. 't amber durum J1.05HSl.lHi: No. 1 red iurum 8 2 w e B l W e ; i!ay S3ttc; July 83Uc: 3epl. 83Hc. Corn, No. 3 yellow 40«4?42)ic. Oats, No. 3 whlla 31%S32Hc. Total* 7 -4 « Totals 3 3 i Miscellaneous POTATO MAEKET CHICAGO, Fib. 23. L.T-- U. B. I«part- mcnt of agriculture-Potato ea 179, on truck 33T, total U. s. shipments Wednesday 843, ThundJiy 60D; no trading account of weather, markot nominally unchanged. ItOTJB, MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. 23. (m-- Flour t5c lower. Carload loti. family patent! IT.lOffl 7.20 a barrel in {IB Ib. cotton jacks. Ship* menls, 2S.2n. fart bnn. $17®17.80. Standard mUdlln Produce MASON CITY, Feb. 23.-Cash «juota«on» bj E. O. Hone Egga (current receipts) ....... lie Heavy hens, *% Ibs. and over ,.8c Ldght h«na .................... 6c Springs (heavy breeds) ......... 9c Springs, (Leghorn breeds) ...... 5v Stags ..................... .... .5o Old cocks (heavy) .................. 5c Geese ......................... 60 Turkeys, No, 1 ,. ...... . ...... I3c Merchant* Quotation* 3gff3, cash .................. llc» Eggs, in trade ............ 12-ISc* Butter. Plymouth ........... 32c Butter, Clear Lake ........... 30c Butter, Clear Lake ........... 30f Butter, State Brand .......... 32c Butter, Very Best ............ 32c Butter, Dairy Maid ........... 30c Home grown potatoes, peck . ...30o ·EDITOR'S NOTE-- These repre- jentative quotations were obtalnto iy caning several downtown grocery itores. CHICAGO . ui,...,.. CHICAO.O. Feb. 23. tn--Poultry, Hve, 12 rucka, firmer; hens over 5 Ibs, 12e, s Iba. ·vnd under 13c; Leghorn hens lie; Rock Supplies were exactly on a par with a year ago and 2,000 head smaller than last week. Trade was fairly active with all interests good buyers. Outside markets were likewise not burdened with receipts and prices generally ruled from steady to aa much as 15 and 25 cents higher. Cattle trade was a thin affair witn prices steady to weak. Best long 1 yearlings topped at ?6.60 with the bulk .of heavy steers selling at ?4.75 to $5.50. Sheep and lambs were mostly steady. Trade was alow getting under way with most bids and a few sales little changed from yesterday. Receipts were moderate. NEW YORK FOULTKV. NEW YORK, Feb 23. UP]--Dressed poul- ry steady to (Inn. Fowls, fresh 13SH7C! ther grades unchanged. HIDES, WOOL Quotation* Furnished by Wolt Bros., c^ 808 Fifth Street Southwest HIDES Horsehidea $1.75 Cured eef hides 5^4c Green beef hides 4c WOOL No. l clean bright 24c Ib. Semibright 23o !b Rejects : 19o ]b. WOOL MARKET. BOSTON, Feb. 23. I/II--U. 8. dtpattment of Agriculture-- Tradft wag alow In the wool market but lceg wens quite tlrro. Original bag lines o[ eta and finer territory wool brought 79- Sl centa scoured basis for short French combing ant! clothing ntple and £1-85 centa for lota consisting of good French combing and, a.verasta ntrlctiy comblriB utapla. Molt sales In these lines were of very moderate volume. Medium qua'lty territory wool received flome Inquiry but there vraa little actual demand. Asking- prices, however, were firm. Market Notes By TICKER TAPE - With almost two months of the 193* stage of business recovery to the good, nothing of a character to disturb expectation oj continued progress can b« j e «n ahead by Uie most authoritative observers. Major Indices, auch ns steel operation!, railroad car loadings, automobile output electricity production and retail sales dls. close no cessation In trie rale o! our rebound. The Internal business situation .1 considered to be favoring further extension of the upward curve, right throush (he spring months. * HAY BRING It fs pointed out. ho-rrever. that several factors con have an aJvcrjo influence ticon the. existing health of the business body. Tho hearings nest month by the NRA admlnjs tra.llon may revive opposition to provisions of certain of the codes and result In prolonged Inquiry Into operating practices and anreements that affect the price structure; the aviation tangle Is not unwinding rapidly enough to suit the companies affected ny airmail contract cancellations and the eventual outcome of the government'a netl-m cannot be predicted: the tariff question In an unknown quantity about which some Industrialists are concerned; strikes can destroy the equilibrium or certain branches ol business; the unemployment problem has not been settled and can bo serious again several months hence. I.VCKEASES SOLD READILY AT $4 TO $4.50 Top $4.65; Market Shows Some Strength With Supplies Cut. CHICAGO, Feb. 23. CJPJ-- The hog market displayed some strength today when marketings were held to the number estimated yesterday. Prices ruled 5 to 10 cents higher with the top at J4.65. The bulk of good hogs sold readily at ?4 to 54.50 with many desirable kinds up to * Despite these and many other possible developments that might- have more or less ef. feet upon the business situation, current statistics and reasonable survey of pns- pects of the Immediate, future reveal no real baJils for nervousness, jt is asserted widely. The new deal sllll has many cards that could be played advantaeouslv. Tha confidence expressed by General Dwes In the president's ability to carry out his pro- Cram spoke volumes for the causa OE up- building the public's confidence both as to business and nntlonal debt. Concern ot businessmen over the stock exchange regulation bill Is real: yet even on this matter there Is confidence that the measure in final form will not encroach BO severely aj originally proposed upon private business- rlRhts and that the obligations o( executives and directors to their shareholders will be defined from their present form NEW YORK 8UCUR. NEW YORK, Feb. 23. (.pv-lMw augar steady today and no ilen reported. Futures unchanced to 2 points higher. Refined unchanged at l.soe for fine granutted. TOLEDO SEEDS. TOLEDO, Feb. 25. UT--Beed« unchanged. SuccumbH At Austin. CARPENTER--Word was received here that Mrs. Frank Hann- fee of Austin died. She was a sister 5f Frank Culbertson, C. M. Culhert- lon and Mr«. Tlmrna Rund and was formerly Bessie Culbertson. Floyd County Teams Meeting for Tourney at Charles City Gym CHARLES CITY. Feb. 23.-- The annual Floyd county tournament is to he held In the manual arts gym Friday and Saturday. Marble Rock and Floyd were to play the first game at 6:45 Friday evening. At 7:50 the Charles City seconds v*ere to meet the Nora Springs team. Rockford and Colwell were to meet at 8:56 Friday evening. Rudd, the other county school, drew a bye. The semifinals and finals will be played Saturday night. Mason City Livestock MASON CITY, Feb. 23.-HOCKS Steady to 20 ccnta higher. Best sorted lights 200-240 $4.00 Best medium weight butchers 240-2SO J4 00 Best heavy butchers 280-300 f3 90 Best prime heavy butchers .. 300-350 S3.is Best packing sows, smooth .. 300-350 S3 20 Best heavy sows, smooth .. 350-100 13.10 Best bfe heavy SOWJT, smooth 450-500 S3 00 Lighl n«nts air to gooq (140, 160, 180} :.«.!0, S3.40. 53.70 CATTLE Choice young aleera .. 000-1,000 J4.75-5 so Medium to good yearling steera 800-1,000 J3.73-4 70 Choice com fed steers 1,000-1.200 J4.50-5.2S .vleiilum to Rood corn fed alters 1,000-1.200 J3.78-4 CO Low grade steers .. $2.00-3.10 Fair heifers 600-800 J2-.75-3.50 Uuod hcKera 600-800 J3.0U-4.0U uholcu to prime helfera GOO-800 n.00-4 50 Butchers cows, /air to good .. .$2.0t).2.BU Good to choice cowu S2.5U-2 7fl Choico to prime cows ..,....,.,. .52.73-3.00 Inferior canners 75-1 uo Fair to good cannera J1.2B-1.60 Good cutler cows ,,.., ,.?! 50-2.00 Common to fair bulls Jl.50-2 00 Fair to good heavy hulls ...51.75-2.50 Good to choice buna S2.oo-2.50 Good to choice calves, 130-lflO 45.00-5.50 Medium to good calves, 130-190 14.00-3.00 Inferior and common calves .., .53.00 down LAMBS Cnolc* [ETUDS 70-90 S7.79-H.2f, Medium to good Iambs ... 70-90 S6.70-7.7ft Buck lamba {2 under grade, quotations subject to market fluctuations. CHICAGO UVE8TOCK. CHICAGO. Fab. 23. L1V-U. a. department of agriculture-HOOS 22,000 Including 8,000 direct; active, 5-loc higher than Thursday ISO to 300 Ibs. 54.50®1.65; top 14.85; 140 to 170 Ibl. M04.50; pood plRS »3@3.EO; packing «ows S3.90ffll.lo: light light, good and choice, 140 to 160 Ibs.. S434.40; light weight, 160 to 200 ibs., Sl.25-fi4.60; medium weight, 200 to 250 Ibs.. S4.50®4.65; heavy weight, 250 to 350 Ibs., $4.35jj4.65: packing sows, medium and good, 275 to 850 Ibs.. S3.60W4.25; gs, good and choice, 100 to 130 Iba., S304, CATTLE, 2,000; calves, BOO; few loads htrlctly good to choice steers and yearlings iteaay on email killer and shipper account; medium ll£ht steers and yearlings weak; cows weak to 13 cents lower; other clases mostly steady; best long yearling steers S6.BO; bulk lower grade light steers $4.75Si* .v*r); slaughter cattle and vealera, steers good and choice B50 to 900 Ibs. 36.25®7.r0; 000 to 1.100 Ibs. J5.50S7.35; 1,100 to 1,300 Ibs. J5®7.2«: 1.300 to 1.500 Its. S4.50® 8.75; common and medium, 030 t^ 1300 'ha. S405.50: helfera, good and choice, 550 to 750 Ibs., 55.23^6.75; common and medium $3.50 IP5.25; cows Rood $3.50*5)4; common and medium 53(j?3.50; low cutler and cutter SI.50 (i3: bulls (yearllngfl excluded) good (beef) 53.10rJ3.63; cutter common and medium r..75S?3,GO: vcalers good an* choice «6.75© 7.25; medium $5®5.75; cull and common $195; atocker and feeder cattle, tttera good and choice 500' to 1,050 Ibs. $t.50®875; common and medium $3.25$?4.75. SHEEP S.OQO; opening around steady with Thursday's, close; sheep little changed; lambs, SO Ibs. down, good and choice, $8.60 W9.75; commou and medium J7.2!®9.JB; 90 to 98 Ibi.. good and choice, J8.50®D.05; ewes, 00 to 150 Ibs.. good and choice, 44« 5.7S; all weights, common ana medium, $3 «?4.30. SOUTH ST. PAW. LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL. Feb. 23. '/TV--U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 2.200; steera and yearlings fairly active, fully steady; medium and good light weights $4.75fi'B; common kino's down lo J3.BO: plainer quality light heifers 53.25 ®4,50; cows mostly steady; low cutler and cutter $1.50lff2.50; odd head higher; common to medium cows 2.7S®3.1«; bulls unchanged; common lo good J2.25W2.85; stockers and feeders steady; 'ight weight steers S2.50SJ4.25; calves 2.800; steady lo ronft; K ood lo choice $5.50jfs.50; occa lonally $7. noos 10,000; fairly active, averaging 5c or more higher; bulk good to choice loo to 260 Ibs. $4.30®4.35: lop J4.3S paid freely by all Interests: better 260 to 350 Ihs. mostly S4S1 30; desirable light lights lnr«pil S3.755f4.25; killer pigs salable $2.50®3,50 hu'k packing aow» 53.353V3.60; average cost Thursday J4.13; weight 210. SHEEP 2.000: 201 through; nalable «up- ply Include^ around S50 f«d lamba; no early sales; Indications nround steady with Thursday's !ate market; Thursday's trad closed ateady with Wednesday; good lo choico natives unit fed limbs selling upward IOWA HO as HOB prices at Iowa markets Friday: WATERLOO--Prlmo hogs 180 to 240 its, *3.70@4, 240 lo 280 Ibs. S3.70S4! 260 lu 300 Ibs. |3.S5®3.95; 300 to 325 Ibs. $3.55® 3.85; 32S to 350 Ibs. f3.451P3.75; £°od pack- era $3.15®3.35. OTTimwA--Mostly 10 to 20 cents hlsh- ; -_; 140 to 160 ibs. $2.80; ISO to 180 Its. S3.80; 180 lo 220 Ibs. $4.15; 220 to 240 Ibs. (4.15; 240 to 2so ibs. $4.15; 280 to 2ao ibs S4.05; 280 to 310 Ibs. 13.95; 310 t» 350 Ibs $3.80; over 350 Ibs. $3.402)3.7;,. packers under 350 Iba. J3.25»3.55: packers 350 tu 450 Ibs. $3.1503.45: packers over 500 Ibs. 52.9S@3.25; thin packers $2.55 and iloii-n. CEDAR RAPIDS-- Prime hogs 180 to 2CO bs. 53.B5; 260 to 280 Ibs. J3.90; 280 to 300 bE. 53.85; 300 to 320 Ibs. $3.80; 320 to 340 bs. 53.75; good packers to 350 Ibg. 53.20: to -100 Ibs. $3.15; to 150 Ibs. S3.10; lo 500 Iba. $3.05. DES MOINES--Steady to 5c hlelier; 120 - 150 Ibs. ?2.50S'3,50; 150 lo 300 Ibs. 53,30 @3.95; 300 lo 400 Ibs. 53.55®3.75: good packers $2.90®3.30. COMBINED HOU DES MOINES, Feb. 23. ur-- U. S. department of agriculture--· Combined hog receipts at 22 concentration fards and 7 packing planta located In in- :erlir Iowa and southern Minnesota for toe 21 hour period ended at 8 a. m. today were 23,700 compared with -35,100 a week ago nd 29,600 a year ago. Active, steady to 15c, mostly cc to lOc ilBher, heavy weights again showing most strength, early indications point to slow "ovemcnt for Friday. Quotations follow: Light lighta 140 to 160 ha., good and choice S3.35@1.15;' light weights 160 to 180 Ibs. S3.70®4.35; 180 (o 200 Iba. $4.05®4.35; medium weights 200 lo 2SO Ibj. S4.05®4.35; 220 to 250 Ibs. $4.OS® 4.35; heavy weights 250 to 290 Ibs. $3 95^ 4.35;. 290 to 350 Ibs. $3.7594.25; p*=klng "IWB 275 to 350 Ibj., good. $3.25Jf3.70; 330 425 Iba. $3.1583.60; 425 to 550 Ibs. $3® 3.55. SIOUX CITV LIVESTOCK, SIOUX CITV, Feb. 23. 1,11--U. S. di partment of agriculture-CATTLE 1.500: most killing classes fam, active, firm; atocKers and feeders scarce, about steady; lew lots good year'lngs 56: quality rather plain; most aal«a $5.25 dow small package good fed heifers J5; be cows mainly $a.50Cj3.25; low cutters and cutters largely «1.75O2.251 medium bulla 42.85 down; choice vealers $5.50; few good light atockers S4.25«J4.M. HOOS 12,500; no early butcher aales; shipper bids about steady; packers talking lOc lower; better K^arte 170 to 280 ibs. bid S4.lSff4.35; »o»j aleady lo .hade higher at 53.75^3.85: leeder plgn $3.25 down SHEEP 3,000; lltt'o done early on fed Inmhs. around J40 from a nearby feedinj; lot sold at $9.40; stronjj, generally holding best around 59.50 Or ftbriva; other classes scarce; late Thursday lamb top $9.33. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA. Feb. 23. r.TV-O. S. department of agriculture-HOOS 13,000; fairly active, strong to mostly 5c higher; packing sows strong to lOc higher; good (o choice 190 to 300 Ihn. S4.25iT4.35; top $4.35; 300 to 300 Ibs. S4ft 4.30; few Jots 375 lo 500 Ibji. {3.7531:1.90- HO to 180 Ibs. $3.23tf4.15; most pigs $2®3; Hog Markets packing sows S2.65@2.SO; stags S2.50®3.25: averaga cost Thursday SI.14, weight 23. CATTLE 1,600, calves 100; fed eteers and yearlings s'ow, steady; heifers slow, weak; other killing classes steady to strong; stock- irs and feeders scarce; ted steers and year- Ings mostly J4.25S5.25; few lota yearlings 15.509)825; few lota and odd head heifers · 4®5; beef cows S2.7503.50; cutter grades Jl.S5®2.75; medium bulls $2.8oj}3; practical top vcalers 56. SHEEP 9.000, including 838 direct; lambs upening strong; other classes steady, sorted native lambs up $9.25: early sales fed wool- ed lambs S9.25Sj8.35; host held above 59.50; 'ed clipped lambs S7.25©8; ewes up to 55.45; early sales feuding lambs 58.65. KANSAS CITV LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITY. Feb. 23. l/n--U. S. de- lartment of agriculture-HOGS 4.090; 800 direct; uneven, mostly steady with Thursday's average; top SI.45 on choice 170 to 250 Iba.: good and ch^lco 140 to 160 IBS. 53.5(e'4.40; 160 to 180 Ibs. J4ST4.45; 180 lo 200 Ibs. S«.30tj 4.45; 200 to 220 Ibs. S4.35SP4.45; 220 to 250 Ibs. 54.35 CJ-4.45; 250 to 290 Ibs. S4.30®4.5; 280 lo 350 Ibs. S4.W1iH.iO; packing lows 275 to 550 Ibs. J3.50tH- CATTLE floo; catvea 250; heavy steers stronger; lower grade cows and vealers iteady to easier; other classes unchanged; :op 1270 Ibs. and 1299 Ib. steers 36: steers, good and choice. 550 to 900 Ibs., $5.5036.85; 900 to 1100 Ibs. S5.25®0.75: 1100 to 1300 bs. 54.65^-6.50; 1300 to 1500 bs. $4.25*0:6; lommon and medium, 550 Ibs. up. 53.75S? i.2B; heifers, good and choice, 550 to 9f)0 bs. S4.65tfS6.25; common and medium, 550 o 900 ibs. 33JV3.75; cows. good. S3.25® 3.75; Common and medium S2.05?'3.25; low cutter and cutter 41.73^2.69; vealers (tnllk fed) medium to choice $4@8.50; cull and common S2.50TM; stocker and feeder steers, good ond cholco (all weights) J4.25®5.75: common and medium (all welghls) 52.75{{! 4.50. SHEEP 3.000: lambs fairly active, strong io 25C higher; odd lots sheep steady; top fed lambs S9.60; lambs, goad and choice (x) 90 bs. down. 53.7.5^8.60: common and medium 90 Ibs. down S5.50ffiis.75; Rood and choice (x) 90 lo 98 Ibs. 58.50^3.60: yearling weth- ers, medium to choice 90 to 110 Ibs. S5.25G? S: ewes, good and choice 90 to 150 Ibft. $4 1P5.25. (x)--Quotations uased on ewes and Tveth- crs. LIVESTOCK FOIIECAST. CHICAGO, Feb. 23. ;T-- Oftlclal estimated receipts tomorrow: Cattle 400; hogs 0,000; sheep 4,000. Representative Sales CHICAOO. Feb. 23. (.W--U. S. depart ment of anrlculturp--Reprcaentatlve sales: HOOS. Heavy-- Lights-45 359 4.36 79 10D 70 302 4.60 B3 278 4.55 76 258 4.55 241 226 218 203 1151 9U 1060 1097 1047 1. CO 4.68 4.61. 4.60 3.50 4.S5 4.89 1S7 S2 173 C3 165 Light Ltghtp- 51 154 72 :H3 t.53 4.50 4. SO 4.40 Fed West'n Lambs- 111 200 180 200 iao 150 Heifers-15 700 10 818 0 6BO Cou-s-3 1250 .-. 1136 3 1004 12 St.1 Natives-- 4.25 4.00 5.50 S.60 4.25 3.50 .1.00 2.50 1.75 SI 0.85 71 88 0.75 86 9.75 120 84 9.50 50 0.75 78 16 9.25 93 «.75 Clipped Lambs-ac ?.5o to fi s.oo 51 9.23 Ewes-4 110 5.CO 05 120 5.25 JOHN F.CLARK AND CO. MARKET INFORMATION 325 1. O. F. Bldg, Phone 845 STOCK HARKRT fiOSSIP There It Btlll plenty bearlBhneas about the jfreet largely baaed on possible stock exchange regulations. On the other hand there Is contlnuoua buy trig for caah and; otherwise nt many Isauen which are showing aub- .itantiaj eamlngx. There has also been a comparatively latge "cash 11 odd-lot imsl- nui. Others say tftat with foreign and do. meatlc "long pull" buying which has been an Important, factor In the last couple months a creM deal of stock naa heen removed from the market for a long while lo come, Several leading professionals who were said to have played the short sldo In the last week are unden too a to expect higher prices next week and will take long position In their favorite Issues, Modern Miller nay*; Recent rain and anow In Kama* was beneficial and while insufficient to add to aulisoll reserve U re suited In claimed improvement In outlook for new crop. More moisture Is now reported BJ needed in recently dry sections of Texas and Oklahoma. Taken as a what a there is deficient reserve motsture (n southwestern wheat belt and same holds true of part a of the wtst. Th« nouthem sections of spring ·wheat belt would also he benefited by m or anow. Movement of cosh wheat to terminals continues abnormally light. T.ard Consumption, Borne*Uc consumption of Inrd tor the year 1033 Is placed at 1,850,000,000 pound § or 73,000.OflO pound* above the. five year average. The all time record was established in 1932 when 1,800,000,000 pound* were consumed. Clot In* Butter and "Egf LeLt«r, Caah market about steady. KBKS--Due* to arrivals exceeding current consumptive demand, Blorlng a surplus commenced on freer scale ttian in recent yean. TONE HEAVY IN STOCK MARKET Early Dullness in Trading Gives Way to Active Selling. NEW YORK, Feb. 23. (/T)--Early dullness in stock trading gave way :o active selling late today. The tone was heavy with losses ranging from 1 to around 4 points. A few specialties resisted but rails, utilities aud Industrials generally sagged. Santa Fe, American Can, Industrial Rayon, Celanese and Armour of Illinois Preferred lost 3 or more points each. American Telephone, TJ. S. Steel and U. S. Industrial Alcohol yielded 1 to 2. Transfers approximated 2,300,000 shares. The British pound was a little lower, but the gold currencies did little. Bonds were mildly mixed. A few shares, responding to especial influences, stepped forward gingerly. Dullness, however, was the rule throughout the early trade. NEW YORK. Fen, 23. (JFJ--The curb drifted in a dull anil Irregular market today. A. few stocks moved out of the Tut "··filch hew th« general list, but changes -ere mostly small. Decision of the Hiram Walker directors - defer action on the common dividend Was followed by Borne selling In the stock which agged more than a point. Bwllt and com- any reacted with packing issues on the blc board, reflecting Secretary Wallace's procedure against tho packers. Pan American Airways was' firm. Small transactions were the rule In most the usually active favorites, orders being fairly evenly divided. Electric Bond and hare, standard of Indiana aM Pittsburgh -'late Glass varied slightly from Wednesday's closing. Curb Market Bond Market NEW YORK. Feb. 23. (.T1--The bund market was affected by post holiday llsl- essneas today. Trading was rather slow tnd price movements narrow during the first half of the session and as On Wednes- lay the trend was decidedly mixed- Some low priced Issues which have Iwen taking a fair amount of sel'lng recently con- Inued to work lower during the early trad- ng. This was true of Allegheny corporation 5s of 1950, which yielded a point under a moderate volume. certain of: the utilities also were Inclined o back up after their recent show of strength. North American 5a gave up a. point In a thin market. A firmer lone narked tho loans of Columbia Gas and Electric, Pacific Gas and Electric, Detroll 3dlson and rjuquesne Llsht. Communications fssiies showed unimportant changes. U. S. governments were an Inactive spot with values about stationary over most of the Hat, Treasury 4.i yielded 5-32S of a point on a few transfers. Treasury 3s and 4 W s edged up 2-32B. Trading was slack In the foreign division ind price changes were llkewlae narrowly rregu!ar. U. S. BOND QUOTATIONS NEW YORK, Feb. 23. (VP)--United Stales government bonds closed: Liberty 3^a 102.3. Liberty First 4',is 102.26. Liberty Fourth 4 [ ,ls 102.27. Treasury 411 a 47-52 109.2. Treasury 43 4"l-54 105.27. Treasury 3Hs 40-43 Juna 101.*. Tr«asurj- 3Ua 48-19 98,31. Treasury 3a 51-B5 07.22, Lamson Brothers Market Letter MARKET XIEV1EW Wheat--Wheat wax higher eatly on Iho firmness ftbrond yesterday wlion American markets were closed and alao duo to the strength In stock* and cotton. Buying, however, ivajr not very aggressive and later when stocks turned downward, wheat followed and there was Increased pressure on tho part of locals on the way down. The decline proceeded until prices were fractionally under closing levels of last Wednesday with the close father heavy. Winnipeg ^oa also reactionary following its advance of ytaterila.v und avcrasert lower, with export demand be- Inp reported relatively slow. The forecast for unsettled weather In the west and outhwest attracted attention and lid tendency to increase bearish sentiment, although there did :iot appear lo tie any sell- fc based on thla from the Bouthwest. Coarse Grains--Corn and other grains ere influenced Inrsely by the action r.( ·wheat, prices averaRlng lower. Country booking^ of corn remained small at 9,000 for the day while cash sales were 61,000 Mishets. ArRentlno spot com In Liverpool U quoted at a premium aa compared with wheat and March corn In Rotterdam te also fraction above the same delivery of wheat. Much of the selling today In nals came from houses with northwest conuec tionfl. Field work in thft eastern part of Kansas Is somewhat ahead of normal and some oats have been needed there. Incline^ to expect come further pressure on wheat tomorrow unless Mocks Improve or there are bullish developments over night. Air Redact Am Can Ara 4 .For Pow Am Pow ft \m Steel J Am Sugar A T T Balfer--All grades are unchanged t.WJ*/ and undertone steady- Apparently a goof! man]* members of the trade are marking time pending f u r t h e r developments In connection with the February futures contracts before taking an active position In c"^ trading. Eicits--Quarter cent higher quotations on practically all grades was the feature of the cash GKg market today. Cars were moving well. Jabbers report good business a r j Blocks In general seem to he clearing sail faclorily. Comment: Both butter and eggs are b Ing BtrenRthened by the largo open comml roent of February contracts, and until the: are reduced considerably, we do not antic, pate any decline of consequence. On the olher hand, it is possible to witness some radical turns in the other dlrctlon. Stock List 1KXXJKS. NEW y.Or=K, Feb. 23. *n«l Quotations. I0i«" 4% 103 ' 121* I T 4 T Johns Many Keunecott Kresga LlK My B Loews Loose Wiles Lorlllard Maytag Atchlson Atl Ref Auburn s v * l o n ° 9SJ Bendlx Beth Btl "lord ens Borg Warn Burr Add Canada Dry ·"·-. Pac ches o O N W Chic Gt w 14 H CO 12 ft 5 32 W JNO.F. CLARK CO. Chlciijo - New Vork Men Orlenru 333 I. O. F. DUt. ftionei BtB-Btl* A. R. irEXURK'KSOX, Brnncb M(r MEM BEDS .N'ew Vark Stack Tlvcbance Nerv Vork Coffee A Sugar Exchanre N'ew Vork Proclacfl Eiebange N*e\v Vorjj curb Ivxclinnjra (Associate) N«iv Vork Mercantile Exchange Neic Tork 4'ntton Exchange Chtcaso Stock Exehonre Chleeto noard tt Tradft Chicago Cnrh ExehnnRe Axn*n. 'lilraKO Afercantlle Kxetinnra Commodity Eichanjte, Inc. New Orleans (Cotton rxchafiKA r«f * P cai a a B Comwith Sou Cons Gas Cons oil Cont] can Contl Ins Contl Mot Corn Prod 3urtlss ttY Deere pfd Drug Inc. Du Pont SI Pow i Lt Preeport Tex en I Am Trans ien El Gen Foods Gen Motors Gillette Gobel ^old Dust Goodyear Grab Paige- Gt Nor pfd Gt West sug Grig Grun Fludson III Cent Int Harv Int Nick Cin ·1411 13 Vi S 8 5Vi 2% 13 31H 7314 89 !4 15 47 ft 42 1654 29 33 U it E T Mo Pac Mont ward Morrell Knstt 031' Natl B5sc 41 Nat Cash Re A 805k Nat Dairy 15=i Nat Distill 28Vi Nat Pow i Lt 12»i N Y cent N Y N H £ H No Amer No Pac Oliver Psrra Packard Pe.ilck 4 Ford Penney Phllllpa Pet Proc Gam 63 37 37!i' 3814 R C A n K o Rem Rand Hep Btl Rey Tob B Roy Dutch Seare Roe Shell U Skelly Bocony Vac So Pac St Brands St G E St Oil Cai at on N j Blew Warner Stone 4 Web Studebaker Tex Corp Tex (Sulf Sul Tim Rol B Un Carb tin Pac Unit Air United Corp U S ind Alco U B Rubber lct»; U S Sleet 07 S TVabosh Warner Pict 6% West El Itfg 41W Woolworth. r,l i-. Wrigley ss',1 Yel Tr ew 23% 41 39 4T!£ 11 li 10 17 2951 22 13 S 40 7Ti 27 3»',i 36 H 48% 128 23 K 7 CIUOAGO STOCKS CHICAGO, Feb. 23 UP] _ S " V A " Nat! leather 1*4 hi ct» f ' l f es Air Northwest Bane QUaker Oat5 3^^ p aclt , n ~ swift i Co M W U G pat ptd SflNNEAPOHs STOCKS. MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. 23. Flrat Bank Stock 8\4. Northwest Bancorporatlon 5. I.VVESTSIENT TRUSTS. (By the Associated PrMs) Bid and aaked on Feb 23- Corporale Tr Sh Corporate Tr Sh AA Mod . Corporate Tr Sh Ac Ser . Corporate Tr Ac Scr Mod . Dividend Sh Nationwide Sec Nationwide Bee vtc ...'.'. Nor Amcr Tr Bh Nor Amtr Tr Bh 1955 .. Quarterly Inc Sh Selected Am Sh Selected Cum Sh Selected Income Sh Super Corp Am Tr A 2.1S 2.49 2 12 2.49 j.23 3.Q6 1.43 195 2.5S 144 2.29 7.3ft 3.83 3.21 ..... . U S El L Pow A ..... I3v; 13» U S El I, Pow B ....... 2.32 2 42 U S El Ij Pow B Vtc ... .52 l.'oo Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AVD CO. Mason City Office In Bagley- Beck Building Telephone No. '/ NEW VORK CURB QUOTATIONS Arner Gaa A El 29tt Humble Oil Am Sup Pow 3ii Nlag i Hud Ark Nat Ga« A l}i Nldes-Bem-Pona ASBOC G A El A US Pennroad Corp El Bel i Sh 18% S O Ind Ford M o£ Can 23 S O Ky Fonl M of Eng 711 United Ga* Hecta Mining 7K Un L 4 P A Hud B M i B loli Utll P i L CHICAGO STOCKS B'andlx Av Cp 20?i Butler Bros Bore-Warn Cp 25!4 Cord Company NEW VOHK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 21 Kroger Groc Am Bank Note 10»i Lambert Co Am Car t Fd.y 31 Liquid Carb Cp Am Roll's Mills 26 H Mack Truck Am Metal 24% Malhleson Alk Am Rn A s Co ia»S Mtx Seab'd Oil Am S Jc Re Co 45% ilcK Robb Am Ton T5U oils steel Atlantic Ro Co 32 J C Penney Co Ar Co B (HI) 8 Pflltbnry Flour Assoc Dry Gds 16M Pure Oil Co Baldwin Lo I3^i Purity Bait Cp Bamsdall oil A S% Pub Ber of N J EVlgg« Mfg Co 1(1% Peo Motors Best i Co SIM St JoBeph X-eaa Bycrs A M Co 2914 Simmons Co Calif Packing 2SS So Calif Edison Com Credit 13 Tide Wa Oil Co Coml Solvents 28^ U g Ind Alo Cont Oil 19VI Utll P 4 L A Cream of wht 33 Vanadium Cudahy Pack's (5% Union Oil Calif Curtlss Wr pi 10 Un Gas i Imp First v Natl Sirs P9!4 Western Myld Gr North'n Ore 14^1 Warren Bro Co Hcrshey Ch Co B4 Western Union Houst oil (new) 4^4 Worth'n Pump Indian Ref 3»i Wrlgley Jr Co Kelvlnator Corp 19 North Amer Av 7 15 351 3014 17 2B54 28Vi 37'i 37 14 33 li 7'i 714 63 21 12H l«Vj 40V5 5 23% 20% 19% 10«4 65W 4 28% 1814 18K 15?i ll?i 591A 28 B9 Riceville Splits With Cresco in Pair of Tilts RICEVILLE, Feb. 23.-- RicSvllle defeated Crcaco on the baskebtall court by 25 to 15, while the Cresco seconds won by 29 to 12. Saints Win Pair Plymouth High Cagers PLYMOUTH, Feb. 23 --Plymouth high achoo! cagers lost "to St. Ansgar here by 29 to 25, the Saint, second team also winning by 22 to 18. DEAD Anlninls of All Kinds Removed Mason City Rendering Co.| We pay phone calls. Phone 1090 \Ve Pay More lor HIDES AND WOOL --See-CARL STEIN Before Vou Sell

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