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FOURTEEN CHICAGO--2 AB II I'U A Golan I f 2 0 4 0 Herman 26 3 0 1 1 Stiiln'ck rj 4 0 (i 0 St'h'son c 4 U 3 3 Uemnrce cf 2 2 0 0 O'v'rtto Ib 3 U 3 I LM'rom 3b 3 0 2 0 0 1 0 Tntnln !7 ? 27 8 SNELL RATES AS CYCLONE LEADER (Continued From Sport Page) Gordon Camp of Waterloo, two sophomores, head the fullback prospects. Snell Best Quarter. Veenker smiles confidently when he thinks of the quarterbacks. He has little Tom Neal, the Sioux City sensation; Harold Miller of Harris, another veteran, and Elwin Snell of Mason City, a sophomore, to direct the Cyclone attack. Veenker is par-1 "wee* ticularly fond of Snell, whom -he iiensuuiv P ii o o calls the best quarterback on the squad. Iowa State will play an eight- Kame schedule this fall, including Big Six games with Nebraska, Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas and Kansas State. Since Veenker came here in 1931 to recoup Iowa State's gridiron fortunes his teams have won 16, lost 15, and tied three. Prior to his coming, the Cyclones had lost 15 straight games. Hanlontown Squad Wins in Scrap With Scarville Nine HANLONTOWN, Aug. 1--The Hanlontown baseball team beat Scarville in an 8 to 4 game. Miller and Lee were the local battery, while O. Peterson and F. Bredeson were the Scarville pair. Mason City's Coca-Cola Cubs will play here Sunday. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 7 M 1935 TUESDAY'S GAMES --i Alt H I'll A Jensen It 0 3 0 P. W'er rf 4 VnuRh'n ns 3 Young 2b 4 Th'nuw 3b 4 llnfcy cf 4 Sulir Ib 2 xTrnynor 1 'adden c 4 Blrkflfer p 3 ·acLava'to 0 0 2 0 2 1 1 0 2 3 2 1 0 ! 3 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 Totnln 34 8 24 » for Snhr In ninth, for Dlrkofcr In ninth. I'ltt.tburgn .000 000 100--1 rhlraco .. 002 000 OOx--2 BROOKLYN--3 AB H PO A Boyle c f 4 2 8 0 Jordan K* 4 o Stripp 3 * 1 Bucher rf 4 o Usllc I b 4 T. C'c'lo 21) 4 K'nccke If 4 I 0 2 1 J 0 3 1 0 7 8 0 II Lopez c 3 1 Zachary p 4 o TotHln 3|S K 27 B NEW YORK--1 Alt II I'U A Moore I f 5 3 1 1 Bnrtcll m 4 1 Terry Ib fi Lrlbcr cf 5 Ott rf 4 ·Jackson 3D 4 Koenlc 2b 4 Mancuso e 4 Pnrmelre p 2 zDnvlg J Stout p 0 xxDannlng 1 4 211 1 2 2 II 0 3 (1 0 0 1 CHICAGO HOG PRICES CONTINUE TO ADVANCE Produce MASON CITY, Aug. 7.-Cash Quotations by E. G- Morse Eggs, current receipts ....... 19c Springs, heavy breeds 13c Leghorn springs lie Heavy hens, 4V- Ibs. and over ..13c Light hens lOc Cocks 8c Merchant* Quotations. Eggs, in trade 20-21C* Eggs, cash 19-20c* Gutter, Plymouth 30c Butter, Clear Lake 28c Bui.ti;r, Very Best 30c Butter. State Brand 30c Butter. Brookfield 27c New Potatoes 22@25c ·EDITOR'S NOTE---These representative quotations were obtained by calling several downtown grocery stores. "I 0 0 0 TntnH 3!) 11 27 13 Women Set to Battle in Annual Western Contest CLEVELAND, Aug. 7. (/Pi- Youth had the edge, numerically at least, as 16 aspirants for the Women's Western golf championship prepared to tee off today in second round matches over this hill and dale course. Of the Ifi who won their way yesterday into the second round, only three are married, two are but 17 years old and practically all the others are-in the early twenties. Two of the youngsters, Eva Shorb of Massillon, Ohio, and Ellamae Williams of Chicago, both 17, were to meet in today's matches. Miss Williams tied with Mrs. Mary K. Browne o£ Cleveland for med- alist honors Monday with 81, two over par, and had the same total yesterday in disposing of Eileen Wood of Detroit. zBnlted for parrnelM! In ncventh. ziBatted for Stout In ninth. Brooklyn ,,],, O lo 010--3 * ew lort 000 001 00--1 BOSTON--4 AB H PO A Urb'skl s» 3 1 1 2 Th'pnon rf 4 i i (i It. M'ore ib s Berstr cf 4 "* « 4 ,, ,, Mallon 2b 4 1 0 IVh'ney 3b 3 0 2 Mueller c 4 0 3 113 3 1 Smith p 4 1 1 0 Totals 3JT 82712 I'HILA'PHIA--V AB H PO A AUep. cf: 4 1 4 0 Hnslln sit 3 0 3 3 Watklnii If 4 0 J. M'orc rf 3 Camlm Ib 3 Venter 3b Todd c Gomez 2b Blvin p n Bowman 'p 3 Totals 29 3 27 U 0 0 1 U 0 3 0 0 3 3 1 3 0 3 0 3 2 0 J NEW YORK rOUI/TRY NEW YORK, Aug. 7. U"--Live poultry, weak; by freight: Chickens unquoted; broilers. 16 to 21; fowls, 35 to 20; roosters, 14; turkeys, 12 to 19; ducks, 11 to 12. CHICAGO 1'OUJ.TBY CHICAGO. Aug. 7. {.1*1--Poultry, live ,31 trucks, firm; hens. 16%; Leghorn hens, 14, Rock fryers, 18, colored, 16; Eock springs, 21, colored, IS; Rock broilers, 15^ to 16, colored, 35%; barebacks, 13 to 15; Leghorn chickens, 36M:: roosters, 12%: turkeys. 11 to 14; old ducks, heavy and small, 32; young white ducks, 4 % Ibs. up, small, 12; young heavy and small colored geese, 12, young, 33. ducks. 12; old Boton - · . . . . . . 0 0 4 000 000--1 ooo ooo ooo--n CINCINNATI 3 A B U !·( A Byrd cf Good'n rf Marshalltown Gets Scrap in State Baseball Match DES MOINES. Aug. 7. (IB--The North Central Iowa amateur baseball tournament will be played at Marshalltown instead of Waterloo, it was announced today by Joe Campbell of Des Moines, chairman of the state baseball committee. · __The winner at Iowa will repre- ~ seat'.tfta.. north central district in the state finals at toe Iowa state fair. Charles WigTiall will be in charge of the Marshalltown tournament. CJuyler If Bot'Iey Ib RICM 3b Lomb'dl c Myer» ,, Kam'U 2b 4 1 I-YcItas p 1 .Tohn'on 1 1 0 4 2 3 0 4 0 3 0 9 1 1 2 3 1 : 1 4 0 t 1 I Nelson p Total* 34 o 28x1.1 ST. LOUIS--B AII II PO A Moore c f 4 1 2 o Rnth'clc rf 3 2 3 0 Frlsch 2b 3 0 1 r. Mechv'Jt If Davis ]b DeLan'y Gelb'rt 3b nur'hcr Wallier p Halncs ri iT.Dcan p 1 0 5 1 14 is 3 1 CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO. Aug. -7. (/Tl--Butter--9,490. firm; creamery specials (93 score), ziVi to 25; extra (92), 24: extra firsts )90-91K 23 to 23S: firs:s (SS-S9). 21 it to 22Vi: seconds (86-87), 21; standards (90 centralized carlots), 23-4. Eggs-.8,S01, firm; extra firsts, cars, 2454; local, 24; fresh graded firsts, cars, 2 4 % ; local, 23\z: current receipts, 21 to 23; storage packed firsts, 247!. o o o 1 o u.Martln Totals 1 0 0 0 none out ivhcn winning; run scored. aBntted for Halncs In sixth. Score by Innings: Cincinnati st. Louis ... .; 200 001 000 0--3 110 100 000 3--C Fank Thomas to Direct Star Gndders in Scrap With Best of Pro Squad CHICAGO, Aug. 7. (S}--Franl: Thomas, who led Alabama's Crimson wave to victory over Stanford in the last Rose Bowl game, will do the chief master minding for the college all stars against the Chicago Bears of the national professional football league at Soldier field Aug. 29. Thomas won the coaches' poll for the all stars game by piling up the tremendous total of 2,492,299 points and was trailed. In order, by Charles Bachman of Michigan State, Dr. C. W. Spears of Wisconsin and Edward "Slip" Madigan of St. Marys, who will be invited to act as his assistants. American League BOX SCORES NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK. Aug. 7. U1-- Eggs--26,017, f i r m ; mixed colors: Special packs or selec- llons from fresh rccelpls. 2714 lo 31; slan- dards and commercial standards, 26*1 to 27; firsts, 25; mediums, 40 Ibs., 24 to 24 vi; dhties. No. 1, 42 Ibs., 23-i; average checks, Euttir--14.877, firmer; prices unchanged; extra (92 score). 2414. Cheese--375.183, f i r m ; state, whole milk flats. Fresh, fancy, 17 to 17(4; held grades unchanged. STOCK MARKET CLOSES UNEVEN Profit Taking Hampers Some Issues, Short Covering Helps Others. NEW YORK, 'Aug. 7. C/B--Irregular price movements prevailed on the stock exchange today. Profit taking hampered same sections while others were helped along by investment buying and short covering. New highs for the year were made by a few selected issues. Thp closing tone was irregular. Sales approximated 1,350,000 shares. Renewed activity among motor accessory shares was the only feature. Briggs Mfg. advanced a full point under extremely heavy demand. Othr shares holding part of early Other shares holding part of early eral Motors, Chryslers, Eastman odak, Montgomery Ward, Sears Roebuck and Brooklyn-Manhattan transit. Losers included TJ. S. Steel, Johns- Manville, Socony-Vacuum, Standard Oil of N. J., Union Pacific and Consolidated Gas. The late tone was irregular. Sales approximated 1,400,000 shares. Stock List Curb Market NEW YOUK STOCKS NEW YORK, AUK. 7. CTI-- Air Reduction 144 Johns Man 61 Itt 158 -X 14o';.i 6% T''i 39% *H --·· - '"* 132 Ii 10 Allegheny Al Ch Dye Am Can Am For Pow Am Pow Lt Am Sm ft Ref Am Steel Fdrs Am Sugar A T T Am Tob B Am W Works Anaconda Atchlson All Ref Augurn Aviation Corp Baldwin Loco B 0 Harnsclall Canada Dry Cerro de Fnsco .24 13'/i 3l' 23'.i 25 \i 2% 13-T, S'A 17% 35 47 ii 17 U CSS 5754 ·IB H TA 33 60 'A 31'.i 17'i 26' 20 M* 20 S Ches Corp Chi N W 2* Chi 4 Gr W "A C G W pfd 314 CMSP P 1 CMSP P pfd 2 C R I P H I Chrysler 58vi Col G E 9% Comwlth So 2 is Gas 30% PRODUCE FUTUHES CHICAGO. Aug. 7. f.P 1 --Butter 'futures closed: Storage standards, Nov., 24 ~.' a . Egg futures; Refrigerator standards. Oct., 25. NEW YORK, Aug. 7. «.T1--Irregular price changes ruled m moderately active trading on the New YorJt curb exchange today, utilities were steady and specialties were likewise In demand. Modest gains were turned In by American Gas and Electric. Cities Service, and Electric Bond and Share. Among the industrials. Swift Internacional, Distillers corporation Seagrams, and Hiram Walker ran ahead tor limited advances. Great Atlantic and Pacific gained more thin 2 polnls. Sheaffer Pen and Singer Manufacturing were heavy. KANSAS CITY PRODUCE KANSAS CITY, Aug. 7. (.p)--EKES 20c. Springs 16Hc; others unchanged. TUESDAY'S GAMES PUILA'PHIA--I AB H PO A Moses r t 4 2 3 V Cramer cf 4 2 2 0 Johnson If 4 z x Ib 4 1 Illcclns 36 4 0 uIr m 4 o iVarst'r 2b 2 0 V'somp 3b 1 0 "=rry c 3 0 Dietrich p 3 o 1 0 8 a 1 0 Totals 33 7 24 (i WASHINGTON--11 AB II I'D A Kufiel In- 3 1 10 0 rf Mj-er 2b Powell cf Stone If Blnege 3b Kress BS Bolton c Kailley p /S 5 4 S I 1 0 3 7 (I 6 0 1 1 1 PRESSBOX Bond Market Totals 37 14 27 16 .100 001 000-- 2 550 010 OOs--U IN THE RING (By The Associated Press) JERSEY CITY, N. J.-Joey Fernando, 137, Ashtabula, Ohio, outpointed Frltzle Zlvlc, 133, Pittsmircb, (10). NEW YORK--Cleto Locate!!!, 139, out- pointed Harry Dnbllnsky, 137. Chicago, (10) JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--Tony Domlngllez, 152, Tunipti, Fla., stopped Jim Hawks, lag, ·hlcago, (4)- CHICAOO--Lndaie Tonlclll, 145, MHr- seillcs, in., and Petcy alike, 1-18. Tampa, Irew, (10): Freddie. Chynotreth, 13!), Slnni- owoc, ms., outpointed Lloyd Weaver, 142, Sioux ctty, Iowa. (Continued From sport Page) The batters managed to hit him occasionally because they knew they could stand there without danger. Johnson will be remembered more for virtues like this than for the cold, hard fights of his printed record. * * * Billy Evans, Cleveland business manager, offered to fight a baseball writer who was saying unkind things about Johnson during the 1924 world series. * * * Johnson was past his best years at the time but came back in the final game of that tremendous series in Washington to vindicate Evans with one of the most courageous performances ever seen. Bur Evans didn't want vindication. His anger had been inspired by loyalty. It's too bad his ball players didn't feel the same way. NEW YORK, Aug. 7. LT}--Utility and railroad obllgallons were in ralher good demand in bond Iradlne on Ihe New Vork slock exchange today. Industrial Issues were mixed while governments ruled mostly steady. Fractional advances were scored by the following utilities: American and Foreign Power 5's. International Telephone 5'3, and Pacific Gas and Electric 5's. Kails which registered fractionally higher prices Included,Baltimore and Ohio 4ii's st Paul 5's, and Southern railway 4's. " Low yield Industrials distinguished themselves v/itb modest rises. Federal government Issues were mixed, with a ttcady undertone The lorcigd list was quiet. GOVERNMENT BONDS oS^ YORK ' A " E ' 7 " ( ' B - (U - s ' ' Liberty Fourth 4!i's. 101.12 Treasury 4'/, 's, 47-52, 117 Treasury 4's. 44-54. 111.31. Treasury 3Vs, 40-43, June. 108.21 Treasury 3=S's, 46-49, 104.30. Treasury 3's, 51-55, 103.30. Ccntl Motor Corn Prod Curtfss Wr Deere pfd Du Pont Eastman El Pow Lt Fox Film A Frecport Tex Gen Am Trans Gen Elec Gen Foods Gen Motors Gllletlc Gobcl Gold Dust Goodrich Goodyear Graham Paige Gt Nor pfd Gt west Sug Hudson Motors 111 Cent Int Har Int Nick Can 1 T T 71 14 70S 10851 15 ;i , 16% SVi 19% !··;« 19% 301,4 9!i 14 51 28 '.i Kcnnecott 21'% Krcsgc 25% Kroger 3llT's Llbbcy o F Cl 36 LIB My B 121 Loews Loose wiles Lorrlllard NaytaR McKess Rob B KcK Rob pfd 35'A Mid Cont Pet 10% M i: T Mo Pac Mont Ward Morrcll Nash Natl Biscuit Natl c Reg A Natl Dairy Nail Distill Natl P Lt N Y Cent N Y N H No Am No Pac Ollv Frm Ollv Frm pfd Packard Penlck Ford Penney Penn Phillips Pet Proc Gam Pullman R C A R K O Rcm Rand Rep Stl Rey Tob B Roy Dutch Stars Roc Shell tin Socony Vac So Pac St Brands St G E St oil Cal 31 Oil Ind St Oil N J Sic Warn Stone web Studebaker Texas Corp Texas G Sul Tim Roll Bear Union Carb Union I'ac Unit Air Unit Corp U S Gypsum U S Ind Aich U S Rubber US Steel r.'arncr Fix West El Kfg Woolworth Wrlgley Yel Truck 20 5 74 «i 77% 28 K, 2311 4l!l 6% 43% 5-1 ii 11 12 18=i 14 Vk 6li 35 26V 46 19-rf 345 49-1 62% 97'; 17? 4? 62 V 401 14 ·m. PROVISIONS HIT TOP SINCE 1926 Swine Values Shoot Up 20 to 35 Cents, Peak Since Aug. 21, 1930. CHICAGO, Aug. 7. (/P)--Sharply soaring prices were witnessed in the hog market again today and upward also went provisions values to the highest levels since 1926. The smallest mid-week supply in many years was marketed here and throughout the principal markets and packers, in brisk competition to maintain their already curtailed volume of operations, bid avidly. Prices here shot up 20 to 33 cents, the top going to 511.85, highest since Aug. 21, 1930, 65 cents higher for the week to date and $1.10 above ten days ago. The average price was close to $11 while a year ago it was $4.80. Deriving impetus from the hog trade, provisions prices were Hog Markets MIDWEST HOGS Hog prices at midwest markets Wednesday: WATERLOO--Hogs, 30 to 33 cents higher: good to choice. 140-150 Ibs.. 5S.S5 to S10.15; 150-100 Ibs.. $10.10 to S10.40: 160-170 Ibs., $10.35 to $10.05: 170-180 Ibs.. S10.70 to 511: 1SO-200 Ibs.. 510.85 to 511.15; 200-220 Ibs., 510.05 lo S11.25; 220-250 Ibs., .$10.85 to 511.15; 250-290 Ibs., $10.00 to S10.0G; 29U- 225 Ibs., 510.30 to $10.00; 325-300 Ibs.. 510.10 to S10.-10: packing sows. 275-350 lb.f.. $f.60 to 59.90 350-125 Ibs., 59.40 to 59.70; 425-550 Ibs.. 59.20 lo 59.50 CEDAR KAl'IDS--Good hogs, 150-100 Ibs.. 510.30 to S10.55: 160-170 Ibs.. $10.55 t" 510.80; 170-180 Ibs., 510.80 to $11.05; 180- t( $11.05; 1SG-200 Ibs.. $10.90 to 511.15: 200-220 Ibs.. 511 to 511.25: 220-230 Ibs., 510.90 to $11.15; 250-270 Ibs., $10.80 to 511.95: 270-290 Ibs., 510.63 to S10.CO; 2110- Ibs. $10.45 to $10.70: 325-350 Ib.'.. CHICAGO STOCKS CHICAGO, Aug. Cities Service Dexter Heilman Br Katz Drug Kelloeg Swllch Midwest util W, Midwest Utll 6 pt '·i 1% 36:', Nat] Leather Natl Stand Swift Co swift mu Utility and Jnd Zenith 15 -?i 33'.i Miscellaneous The general complacency which greets the late appropriation of five billion dollars may be charged to the fact that everyone thinks that someone else win have to pay.-Jackson Co., Kansas, Signal. POTATO MARKET CHICAGO. Aug. 7. LT)--U. S. department of agriculture- Potatoes 68: on track 194; total U. S. shipments 286; triumphs firm, other stock steady, supplies moderate, demand and trading fairly good; sacked per cwt. old stock Idaho russets U. S. No. 1. 51.25; new stock Idaho Bliss triumphs U. s. No. 1 $1 30« 1.45; Oregon Bliss triumphs V. S. No 1. S1.30(ii.l.55 : Missouri cobblers U S No 1 an d partly graded $1: New Jersey cobblers u. s. No. l, Sl.15ffil.20: showin» slight decay $1.12"i; Pennsylvania cobblers u S No. 1, $1.10(5)1.15: Maryland cobblers U. S No. 1. S1.155M.S5: Virginia cobblers U. 3. No. ], -Sl.17feSl.20; Wisconsin Bliss triumphs u. S. No. 1, si. IOWA J'L'BHC UTILITY I'REFEBRED STOCKS (By The Associated 1'ress) Bid and Asked Aug. 7. Cent. St. El 7 pf. ($25 par) 7 9 Cent. St. p. L. 7 pf. ... 4 D. M. Gas S pf. ($50 par) .. 52 D. M. Gas 7 pf. (550 par) .. 50 Interstate Pow. 7 pf 15% Iowa Elec. 7 pf 16^ Iowa Elec. 6% pf 16 Iowa El. Lt. . Pow. 7 pf. OOy. Iowa El. Lt. Pow, 6 pf. 55 Iowa Pow, Lt, 7 pf 95 y, Iowa Pow. i Lt. 6 pf. .... 88ii Iowa Pub. Serv. 6 pf. 75 Iowa Pub. Scrv. 6 pi 73 Iowa So. Utll 7 pf. 49 4 N. W. B'ell Tel. 6% pf. ...115 " United Lt. Rys, 7 pf. 57 United Lt. Rys. 6 pf. ... 51 56 54 64 58 'A 90 92 78 1, 76 to 53 IIS 60 '^ 5414 Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by ^ LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Eagley- Beck Bldg- Telephone No. 1 whipped up sharply again on the board of trade with September lard quotations above 515.60 per hundredweight. The provisions price is based to some extent on the cost of pork to packers, with many processors figuring into this cost the $2.25 oer hundredweight processing tax. Including tax, therefore, bes hogs cost packers here $14.10 to day, highest since October, 1926. Outlet for fresh pork, according to trade reports, is not particularly good but the supply of fresh offer ings and the scant storage holdings are below the demand. Daily fluctu aliens in fresh pork are not playing as important a part in the hog market, according to some sources, as is the supply situation. Lard hogs are in good demand. Only 7,000 hogs were unloaded here today, 2,000 of them belonging to Backers. Cattle were fully steady, with as high as S12.25 paid for prime steers. Fat lambs were mostly steady, the top for natives being 59. SI 0.25 to 510.50. Good packers, 275-350 Its... $9.65 to 59.90; 350-425 Ibs.. 59.45 to 59.70; 425-500 Ib.-;.. 59.25 to 59.50; 500-550 Ibs.. 59.05 to $9.30. OTTUMWA--23 cenls higher: 140-150 Ibs., ?10 to 510.30; 150-160 Ibs., 510.30 to 510.60. 160-170 Ibs.. $10.60 to 510.90- 170-180 Ibs.. SI0.80 to 511.10: 180-200 Ibs., J10.90 to 511.20; 200-220 Ihs;, $11 to $11.30; 220-250 Ibs.. S10.90 to $11.20; 250-270 Ibs., S10.SO to $11.10; 270-290 Ibs.. $10.60 to $10.90: 280-350 Ibs.. $10.20 to $10.50; 350-400 Ibs.. $9.85 to $10.15: packers. 275-350 Ibs., S9.65 to S9.95; packers. 350-425 Ibs., $9.40 to higher; good to°choice ISO to 2iO Ibs. 510.75 fr-11.05; 200 to 220 Ibs. $10.$3'M1.15; 22C to 330 Ibs. 510.70W11; packing sows good all weights J9.10«?9.80. Mason City Livestock MASON CITY, HOGS Aug. 7.-- 200-220 220-250 Twenty-five to 30 food light lights .... lood lights "ood lights iood light butchers Good light butchers 'ood mcti. wt. butchers 250-290 ood hy, butchjrs ... 290-350 ood pr. hy. butchers 350-400 lood packing sows . .. 300-350 iood heavy sows ... 350-425 Good big hy. sows . ,. 425-400 ~ood big hy. sows 550 and up cents higher. ,. 140-160 S S.50- 9.75 ,. 160-180 510.40-10.65 . 180-200 510.SO-11.10 510.90-11.20 510.90-11.20 SI0.55-I0.85 S10.10-10.40 S 9.60- 8 90 S 9.50- 0.80 5 9.30- 5.60 S 9.00- 6.30 58.70- 9.00 ATTENTION We hove ample funds available TM at this time for conservative First Mortgage Loans. A discussion of the matter with one of our officers involves no obligation. AND UP - - MASON CITY HOMES AND UP - - FARM LANDS WITHIN . . . . 100 MILES OF MASON CITY · USUAL COMMISSIONS COME IN ... PHONE IN ... WRITE IN INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT First National Bank MASON CITY, IOWA NEW VOKK SUGAR NEW YORK, Aug. 7. (.T)--Raw sugar un- chansed today at 3.16 for spots and 3.20 for forwards, with no sales reported Futures 2 points higher. Refined uncharged a', j.JO for fine granulated with a continued good withdrawal demand in evidence Lomson Brothers Market Letter CHICAGO. Aus. 7.--WHEAT--Prices fluctuated over a rather wide range today, advancing and declining 1U cents several times during the day. Final prices, however, showed but little chanee from last night's quotations. Receipts at primary markets were again sizable and some hedging pressure was noted in the market. The government weekly report called attention to the fact that the spring wheat harvest was progressing to the northern limits of the belt Considerable deterioration Is noted from black rust and heat in North Dakota and Minnesota. Cromwell, wiring from YorktoB, Sask., said he believed the test weight or wheat in that section will exceed North Dakota's by five or six pounds and yields by five or 6 bushels if all Is cut for threshing. Buenos Aires market was lower on the possibility of rain in that country. The wheat market appears to run into good support during declining periods and Into offerings during advances. Look for a trading market until after the government report Friday. CORN--The corn market was steadier today and while some commission house selling was present covering of short commitments readily absorbed these offerings. The weekly report stated that weather conditions continue Generally favorable in most sections eart of the Mississippi river. Unless weaiher conditions change radically we look for increased offerings on the advances. CHICAGO STOCKS Bendix Corp 1714 Marshall Field -9% Borg-Warner 47% Swift Co 15=4 Butler Bros 6% Swift Intl 33,i Cities Service I'/a U S Gypsum 62!4 Cord Corp 3% Walgreen Co 31 Keyst St Wire 4054 Zenith Co 3j NEW YORK CURB Amer Gas El 33=4 Ford of Can Amer cyan B 21 Vi Ford of Ens Amer Sup Fow 2}4 Humble Oil 5S7s Ark Natl Gas A 1% Nlag Hud pow 7% DIst Corp 8eag 23'A United Gas 3',4 Elec Bd fc Sh 13 S Un Li Pow A 2'/J NEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau IS^i Liquid Car Corp 32 Am car Fdy 23'A Mack Truck 21% Am Roll Mills 24 " " ' Am Rad S 17 VS Amer Tob Co 100 Arm Co A 4 Belding Hem 13H Best Co 49 Briggs Mfg Co 40% Byers A M I5JJ Caterpillar Trac 52 VI Coca-Cola 22S54 Com credit 51 oCnt Oil 21 Cream of Wheat 37« Curtiss-Wr A S Douglas Afrc 2s ?4 Eaton Mfg Co Elec Auto Lite Erie R R Co FIrest T R Foster-Wheeler 3% 10 7l 94 4',i 98, LEGAL NOTICE Glidden Co Hupp Motors Indust Rayon Kelvlnator Co Lambert Co 21 ^ 24% 9% 35'.i 15'£ 30 V 4 17s 27 Math Alkali 29 v. McLellan Stores 13% M« Seat) Oil 31U Minn Molina Imp 4-]i Motor Prod 34% No Amer Avt Otis Steel Owen ill Glass Park Utah Cop Plymouth Oil Pub Ser of N J 40*1 Pure Oil Co 9',£ Purity Bakery 1314. Reo Mtoors 3 St. Joseph Lead 18 i Simmons Co 12 So Calif Edison 19% Sperry Corp 11% Tide Wat As 0" 10% U S Smelter 103-11 Utll P L A Vanadium Warren Bro s Western Union Worth Pump Yngst S T 3% 15 48% 25 Hides and Woo! Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc., 308 Fifth Street Southwest HORSEHinES Soraehldu .. .. . ..,.,.,$2.50 'GREEN BEEF HIDES Up to 23 Ibs. ..-.....--.--.,,.,,.....,, 4c 25 to 45 Ibs, ...3%c More than 60 Ib3. ...*......... ..,,,,,,».. .3j£c Bui: hides ,...., 2c 'Cured hides half cent mort a pound. (On above price half cent higher to wholesale dealers to wholesalo lots.) (The above Is a 10:30 truck hog market or good and choice hogs. The difference in rice is for short and long haul hogs.) CATTLE te?rs, choice 1200-1400 s 9,50-1050 teers. choice 1000-1200 S 9.00-10.5o teers. med. to good HOO-1400 J 7.00- S..MI cers. med. to good 900-1100 s 6.00- 7 Co tetrs. com. to med. 900-1100 5 5.0U- 6.00 offers, good to choice ,...._ $ 7.SU- ff.Ou eifers, medium to gocd s 5.50- 7..MJ , common to medium --, S 4.50- 5.50 ows. good to choice $ 4 5 0 - 5.25 fair to good S 3.50- 4.50 ows, cutters S 3.00- 3 50 i-s. canners ,..,, J 2.50- 3.Hit Is, heavy ,,,, ,. $ 4.50- o.25 nils, light S 3.50- 4.50 alves, gd. and choice 130-190 S 6,50- 7.00 Calves, med, to good 130-190 S 6,00- 6.5ii Calves, Infer, to com. 130-190 $ 6.00 down LAMBS Yearlings, good to choice 70-90 $5.25-5,50 Yearlings, med. to good 70-98 $4-50-5.25 Yearlings, 'air to medium S3.25-4.25 Culls _ S3.25 do- Lambs, good to choice .. 70-90 S7.25-7.75 Lambs, medium to good S3.25-7.25 Lambs, fair to medium ., S5-25-7.25 Culls Si.25down Buck lambs SI less. No dock on lambs. QuoUUons subject to market fluctuations. COMBINED HO ORECEII'TS DES MOINES. Aug. 7. \/i" -- (U .S. department of agriculture) -- Combined hop receipts at 22 concentration yards and 9 packing plants located In Interior Iowa anrt set] them Minnesota for the 2-1 hour period ended at 8 a. m. today were 5,300, compared with 10,-iOO a week ago and 10.200 a year ago. Very uneven, mostly 25 to 35 cents higher than early Tuesday; some early bids showing slightly less advance; undertone strong, but Inrtdinj; continued very slow- Quotations follow; Light lights. 140-160 Ihs., gcod and choice, S9.S5 to 510.65- llpht weights. 160-180 ibs.. $10.50 to SU.15; 1803200 Ihs.. 510.SH to SH. 40; medium weight WHEAT RALLIES IN FINAL TRADE Chicago Mart Brought Down Previously by Fear of Canadian Imports. CHICAGO, Aug. 7. W)--Notwithstanding fears of importations of Canadian wheat which tumbled wheat values down late today, the market rallied briskly at the last. Speculative buying on the part of Chicago operators was a late bullisn factor. Something of an offset to xvheat imports from Canada was notice of re-exports of Argentine wheat from Albany, N. Y. Wheat closed irregular, % off to % up compared with yesterday's finish; Sept., 90?i@%; corn unchanged to % higher; Sept., 75% @76; oats varying from 14 decline to % advance, and provisions shown ing 15 to 42 cents gain. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN CHICAGO. Aug. 7. (/PJ--Cash wheat . . 200-220 Ibs.. , to 511-50; 220-2.^0 Ibs,, .. - . ,, $10.85 to Sll, -JO: heavy weights. 250-290 Ibs., 510.50 to $11.05; 290-350 ]bs.. 510.10 to $10.65: pacliir.p sows, 275-350 Ibs.. good. 5 to 510; 350-425 Ibs.. $9.30 to 59.75-125-550 Ihs., 59 to 59. GO hlcher; Inter trade practically at a stand- till; early top, 511.50: some still held hlgh- -; 170-270 Ibs., 511.30 to 511.50: little done n heavier weights; underweights scarce- sows largely 50.75 to 510.25. few to 510 40 CATTLE -- 6,000; calves. 800; killing classes fully steady, -rather slow on fed iteers; but otherwise market fairly actlve- stcckcrs and feeders stcatly to strong; short oafls choice medium weight steers, $11.25- choice 940 Ib. yearlings. $ii; common to medium grass steers early, 55.35 to 57.25: :c.me on country account. $s to S8.75; grass 'at cows. $4.50 to 55.50; low cutters and cutters. ?3 to S3.25; selected vealers. $8.50. SHEKP -- 2.500; killing classes generally teady: best native lambs offered S3.40; most sales, ss to 58.40. red garlicky'87(3S7ic.' c«??5"i N °- J ycllow S5 '- ii:: N °- S'.'/-f85!lc: No. 3 yellow 84'AC; white 31 ,ic; No. 4 white 82i?c; grade 71c. Oats No. 1 white 35c: No. 2 white 33«.® liiP- ° 31 ®ttV*: No. 4 white SU 30«;c: sample grade 2G!ifi-30c. Rye. No. 2 new from Indiana 50»lc. No buckwheat. "»-i«- _.p o y ^"t; 5 - No. 2 yellow old ten day shipment 60c net country station 0?3c rlCy ' n ° minal feett 34@45c. malting 42 Timothy seed 53.15 c wt. Clover seed Sll«17.25 cwt Lard, tierces 515 Loose 515.80 Bellies 519.10 yellow No. 3 sampla Mason City Grain CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO, Aug. 7. U 1 )--(U. S. department of a g r i c u l t u r e ) -- H O G S -- 7,000; including 2.000 direct; fairly active, 20 to 35 cents higher than Tuesday's average; top, 511.85; bulk, rood and choice, 170-260 'bs., 511.60 to 511.80; roost medium to good, 140210 Ibs., 510.70 to 511.50; pigs scarce: bulk isortcd packing sows, 510.25 to 510.40; scried lots mostly 510.35 to S10.50. CATTLE -- S.OOO: calves, 1,500; up to --25 paid for prime 1,259 Ib. steers: several loads, 512 to S12.20; klnrls of value tc sell at 511-50 upward fairly active and full? steady: others slow, but getting some action and market steady: all heifers firm; cows steady; hulls strong; vealers steady to easy: :oek's supply stockers and feeders weil cleared up at unevenly higher prices, mostly 56 to 57.75, with better grade calves and yearlings 58 to 58.25. SHEEP--8,000; fat lambs uneven, mostlj steady with spots easier; bulk good t,j choice native iambs lightly sorted, 5S.75: top, 59; sheep f i r m ; native ewes, 52 to 53.50 OMAHA LIVESTOCK OMAHA. Aug. 7. (.11--(U. S. department agriculture)-- HOGS-- 2.500: shippers took julks good to choice butchers and packing lows, 15 to 35 cents higher than Thursday's svernse; good to choice 190-250 Ibs., 511 in o SI1.65, top, S11.65: medium to choke 60-190 Ibs., 510.50 to S11.60; good lights :nd medium weight packing sows, $10 15 to :i0.25; smooth light butcher sows up to 10.50: around 500 Ib. sows. 510: big pack- rs refusing to follow advance and bidding teady to 15 cents lower on Inbetween quai- ty kind l e f t : mixed lots 200-300 Ib butcb- rs bid 510.50 to 510.75; good medium weight acKInp soivs tid tip to Sff.flO; average cost Monday, S10.54. weight, 258 CATTLE--3.200: calves, 200; fed steers nd yearlings slow, early sales' steady but ndenone weak, she stock and bulls moder- tcly active, strong to 10 to 15 cents higher- ealers strong to 50 cents higher- stockers nd feeders scarce and steady: fed steers nd yearlings mostly $5 to ill; load of 1100 ihs.. S11.25. and 117S Ibs.. S11.65- e?i . ' D " K i' earli "SS. 992 and 1113 Ibs 611..5; good to choice heifers. SS.75 to sin- few lots. $10.25 to S10.75 few head 1013 Ibs., 511: beef cows. 54.50 to S5.75; cutter ?TM te J, f-' 23 to « 4 : Kw s'TMR "^cht cutters S4.2o: medium bulls, ,55 to J5.C5. odd ""·· 55-75; practical top vealers, JS.50, odd MASON CITY, Aug. 7.-Feeding barley :.24-40c No. 2 yellow shelled corn, old 73c No. 3 shelled, new 72c White oats. No. 3 23c WEDNESDAY GRAIN CLOSE CHICAGO, Aug. 7. UP)-WHEAT-- Sept Dec May CORN-Sept Dec May OATS-Sept Dec Kay RYE-Sept Dec May BARLEY-Sept Dec LARD-Sept Oct Dec Jan 13.50 May J2-DO BELLIES-Sept Oct · High .91V .93 «' .95 .76% .60 · 61,4 .30 H -32 S -3-1 is Low 5 .89 Vj .90?, -92 S .75 .59 .605, ,29'i .15.EO .15.55 .13.92 15.60 15.45 13.62 13.37 12.75 .30 S .321; .34 H .44 H .47 .50% .40 .42 15.80 15.55 13.92 13.50 32.00 18.65 59. LIVESTOCK FORECAST qUCAGO. Aug. 7. (.P)--Official estimated nnnelpl ; 1°TM"°""- Cattle, 5.COO; hogTM S 000; sheep, 7,000 OMAHA GRAIN OMAHA, AUR. 7. (,n--Wheat, No. 2 dark hard 51.031.07; No. 3 dark hard 5191.06; No. 5 dark hard 86*895!ic; No. l hart! SI® 1.04',.;; No. 2 hard 89c«?S1.04V-; No 3 hafd 94«!99c; No. 3 hard smutty 93V-C; No. 4 hard 36p.95c; No. 5 hard S5«S9c: sample hard smutty 87c; No. 3 mixed" 93c. Corn, No. 1 yellow sic; No. 2 mixed Oats. No. 3 white 29=;fi'30c; No. 4 white 2Sr?r28iAc; sample white 27V-C. Barley. No. 4, 42c. Hye. No. 2, 47S"18c. Mixed Brain 27@SOc. Representative Sales REPRESENTATIVE SALES CHICAGO, Aug. 7. (.T)--(U. S. department of agriculture)-- Representative sales- HOGS Avp. Avg. Lghts-- \Vgt. Trice 53 Xo. Heavy-57 330 42 280 39 264 47 255 Mediums-- 511.25 11.50 11.60 11.70 195 66 183 41 176 52 166 Light Lights-- NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL In District Court, June Term, 1935. STATE OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo County, ss. No "4696 To All Whnm II May Concern- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIITED. That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last will and Testament of Millie A Korse Deceased, dated April 13, 1934. having been this day filed, opened and read. Monday the 2£th day of August. 1935. Is filed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Mason Clfy. losva. bo/ore the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court: and nt 2 o'clock P. M., of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause. If any they have, why snid In- stalment should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason city, Iowa, July 29th 1935. S. H. KacFEAK. Clerk of Dlslrlct Court. By--Arlecn B. Harris, Deputy. WOOL MARKET BOSTON. Aug. 7. (.T^-- (U. S. department of agriculture)--The shorter combing fine terrilory wools were receiving a fair call, and prices continued to show a hardening tendency. Short French combing 61's and finer wools from Mexico and Colorado were bringing 6365 cents scoured basis. A number of sales of fair volume have been closed this week on average to short French combing 64's and finer territory wools al 65 to G7 cents. Average to good French combing lots of similar grr.de moved at 68 to 70 cents scoured basis, and the volume of sales on the better staple wools comprised a somewhat larger portion of the business than was the disc two to thrce weeks ago. MINNEAPOLIS FLOUR MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 7. (.1^--Flour unchanged. Shipments, 11.565. Pure bran. S17 to S17.IO. Standard middling!. 518 to 518.50. Our kid brother got married last Saturday. He says that two can live as cheaply as one on government relief.--Chet Shore in Augusta, Hans,. Gazette. SIOUX CITV LIVESTOCK SIOUX .CITY. Aug. 7. t.7 1 .'--(U, S. depart, mcnt of agriculture) -- CATTLE -- 2,000: slaughter steers and yearlings less activi han recent .steady to easy; fat she stock about steady: some cows easier; stockers ··nd feeders scarce, steady: car choice 1.143 b. beeves. 511.50; load 1.207 Ib. weights. -11.25; few loads, 510.50 to Sll: short fed?. :9.50 down; car choice 740 Ib. 1 heifers, 10.25; bulk beef cows. 54.50 to 55.75; lou cutters ana cutters mainly S3.50. to 54.25: ew good 635 ib. native stockers, 57.25. HOGS--2.000; market not established: icatlered lots butchers to shippers and y raders, 10 to 15 cents higher; smooth light ows. 25 cents up; local packers inactive: dd lols. 190-210 Ibs. bulchers sold 6?. 511.50: est held around 511.60 an dabove: smooth ight sows u pto 510.25; feeder pigs scarce. SHEEP--2.500; no early fat lamb bids; Buyers talking around 25 cents lower for naive lambs or 58.15 down; no action on rangers. SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK SOUTH ST. PAUL. Aug. 7. ttft-- (U. S. department of agriculture)--CATTLE--1.900: market steady to firm: good fed yearlings, S9.25 to 510.50: few good heifers. SS.50 to SP.50; common and medium grades mostly 54.75 to S7.50: cutter cows, S3.25 to 54. best beef cows around £6: hulk sausage bulls. 54.50 to 55.25: good stocker steers up to S7.50, calve?--1.500; fully steady: strictly good to choice vealers, S'.'so to 5S; cdd head at S9. HOGS--2.300: light hogs and good sows, 300 Ib3. diwn. 15 to 25 cents higher; early bids on heavv butchers and heavy sows, steady to strong: better 140 Ibs. dfwn, Sll to 511.25 ;top. 511,25: bidding down to 510 and below on big weight butchers: pales and bids on sows. 59.SO to 510. according to weight; average cost Tuesday, 510.21: ·cicht 2SS. SHEEP--5.500; no early sales slaughter lamhp; early bids on natives 25 cents lowpr at 58 down; holding b e t t e r ranges above 5S.25; bulk range lamb'; Tuesday. 58.25 to 5S.50; fur 72 Ib. feeding lambs at 57.25. K A N S A S CITY LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY, Aug. 7. '.-!"-- (U. S. de- rartmcr.t of agriculture)--HOfiS--1,500; no direct: ocen fairly active, 15 to 20 cents 56 61 96 42 iteers- 21 40 21. 23 20 21 20 42 248 234 215 204 1249 1307 1207 1114 1078 1017 833 1025 35 24 11.75 11.80 11-55 11.80 CATTLE Heifer: 12.25 12.20 11.90 11.75 11.65 11.00 8.00 7.50 29 Cows- Western Lambs-200 249 Native Larnbs-- 7 15 2 SHEEP Yearlings--. 153 142 706 573 771 635 1195 1004 9S2 720 11.75 11.65 11.60 11.55 11.45 11.35 84 71 134 171 135 41 · 37 15 84 S3 76 7S 70 SS 8.51) 8.25 9.00 S.S5 8.75 8.75 8.50 S.OCI 7.75 7.50 287 S3 Native Ewes. 120 13S 89 200 86 10.75 9.25 7.25 5.50 7.50 6.00 ·4.50 3-25 6.65 3.50 3.25 2.50 2.0(1 1.50 MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 7. (.Ti--Wheat--123 cars; 13 2 a year ago; sj cent-higher Cash--No. 1 northern. 51.28?', to S1.3134: No. 1 dark northern, 15 per cent prolein, S1.2S»: to 51.31 -"a; 14 per cent protein. Sl.-8?i to S1.31 ; ;i: 13 per cent protein, Sl.28'1 to 51.31%; 12 per cent protein, S1.2S-;i to 51.31 -Ti; fancy No. 1 hard Montana, 14 per cent protein, 51.13-H; to arrive. 51.13-y,; fancy No. l hard amber durum, S1.199i to Si.2694; fancy No. 2 hard amber durum, 51.18^ lo SI.25%; No 1 red durum, 88% to 9055; Sept., SI.OSK; Dec.. 51.02%; May. 51.01=1. Corn--No. 3 yellow, 77 to 78. Oats--No. 3 white, 2994 to 30S. KANSAS CITY GRAIN- KANSAS CITY. Aug. 7. (.TV-Wheat 429 cars; l cent lower to 2 cents higher; No. 2 dark hard S1.03V4: No. 3, 51.0554- No 2 hard 51.01?; ffil.lOii; No . 3, 96-i"cES1.07- No. 2 red gsH^SSc: No. 3. 91^9niAc Corn it cars: unchanged to Hi" cents higher: No. 2 white nom. 85!?86«c: No. 3 nom. S?.'iff 55Vic; No. 2 yellow nom. SSHSr S4',3C; No. 3 nom. SSSrSSi/jc: No. 2 mixed ncm. 81(5tS2c: No. 3 nom. SOfi'Slc. Oats 10 cars; unchanged to"y- cent lower; No. 2 white nom. 33@35c; No. 3 nom INVESTMENT TRUSTS Bid and asked Aug. 7: Corp Tr Sh 2.22 Corp Tr Sh AA Xod 2.58 Corp Tr Sh Accum Ser .. 2.19 Corp Tr Accum Ser Mod .. 2.58 Dividend Sh 1.38 Maryland Fund 15.67 Nationwide Sec 3.66 Nationwide sec Vie 1.32 Nor Amer Tr SJi 2.10 Nor Amer Tr Sh 1955 2.67 Quarterly Inc Sh 1.37 1.51 Selected Am Sh Inc 1.33 1.45 Super Corp Am Tr A 3.49 U S El L £ P A 15.75 16''5 U S El L P B 2.2S 2.38 U S El L i- P Vic 86 94 1.50 17.92 3.76 1.43 THE is quoted in this newspaper daily. Prospectus may be secured from your investment dealer. _i» fi^Se _ Phone 1300 Mason City, Iowa OFFERING THE MARYLAND F U N D

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