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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY-14 -1931 Speak at Meeting of State Tuberculosis Group DBS .-MOINES, Feb: .14.--The .'animal health meeting : of ,the Iowa Tuberculosis 'association, -the lown Sanitarium asspciatioii ' and the Iowa Heart association, will be belc in Den Moines ;Feb. 26 and 27, according to announcement today. ; Reports on the Christmas, sea sales of 1930 will be made at-the meetings. Fifty-two speakers.wil have parts on /the program, including Gov.-Dan : W. Turner. · - . . ·Among the other 'speakers are J. :W. 'Becker of. : St. Louisj Dr Henry Boswell, president of the National Tuberculosis association; Frank ,C, Byers of Cedar Rapids DrI R. P. Carney of Davenport, Bertha Harvey, Davenport; Charles Hearst, .president of the Iowa Farm Bureau federation; Dr. E. A. Myer- ding ; of St. Paul, Minn.; Frank Miles, editor of the ; ,Iowa, Legionnaire; Dr. j. ;C. Painter of Dubuque;" Kenneth C. Reeves^ of Dav- tenport; Agnes Samuelson/state superintendent' of public instruction; Mrs. EIlsworth.Richardson of Albia; Dr. D, O. Steelsmith, state 'commi s- isioneri of health, and Dr. E. Marsh Williams of- Oskaloosa. Delinquent Taxes in Minnesota Increase ST, PAUL, Feb. 14. ''UB--In- creases In tax'delinquency was deplored by the state tax commission in a report today which described it as "one of the most vexatious prob- ·lems confronting public officials who iave to do with .taxes in this state." It reported that the latest available figures, those for Jan. 1, 1930, showed unpaid taxes in real property in the state as aggregating ?30,502,197. By far the largest portion of this, the report said, "can be allocated to the counties in ' the north central part of the state.where -taxpaying has not kept pace with developinent and resultant expenditures at public funds." ' Armstrong Mother and Daughter Banquet Held ARMSTRONG, Feb. 14.--Mem:: bers of the, brotherhood of the Methodist ;church;served- the rnoth: er and daughter banquet in the church, dining room. . About 185 were present; After the banquet the women en joyed .a program 'consisting of a lecture given by the Rev. Mr. Miller, Fairmont,. Minn., and several vocal numbers by.the Isennerg Link quartet 'of. East .Chain. Nora Springs Lions ·'£·· Club Hears Program ? NORA' SPRINGE, - Feb! 14.--The Lions club celebrated . Lincoln's birthday by 'giving ' a banquet in their hall Thursday evening .for about 60 members and 'thejr wives 'and : several' friends. .The music ".consisted In. singing many of the. old time, popular .songs of Civil war. time by' a mixed- double ;quartet The speaker of the evening, was Judge J. J. Clark of Mason City, who 'spoke on Abraham; Lincoln.f'··: ·4 Families Honored at Sexton by Party SEXTON; Feb. 14.--A. fareweil party was given at the Sexton hall Thursday night, by the sSexton Ladles'/, aid for Mr.-; .and Mrs. Lou kiltschara, Mir. and Mrs. .Ernest Bauer,' Mr. Jand Mrs. Roy .Wadleigh 'and Jane and Mary, and Mr* and Mrs. Monroe Heiter who are · all moving away from here this spring Mr.-and-Mrs; Kutschara' are moving to V Clear. Lake, Mr. arid Mrs Bauer are moving to 'Sterling. 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Wadleigh move to Indiana. Mother Dies In Waterloo CDARKSVILLE--tMr. and Mrs Roy Crosley we're called to Waterloo by the death of her mother, Mrs Wilhelmine Ashbrenner, 9. They accompanied the body to. Wisconsin for burial. . MAD LAUGHTER * , - * * , * * * * A Thrilling Mystery Story By MILES BURTON LOW LIVESTOCK PRICE RECORDS SET (Continued From Comic Face), mind and hag made it necessary for me to leave town for a bit." Alison looked at him speculatlve- ly "Now, let me see what it can be," she said In mocking tones. '|Has she found 'out your address'..;and threatened to bring an action for breach of promise? Or has.some long-suffering tailor installed a solid and unsympathetic bailiff in your rooms? No, I don't think that it's either of those things, somehow. I know! It's something* to do with Daphne's diamonds:" Dick glanced furtively round the room. As it happened there was nobody, he knew at any of the surrounding tables. "YouVe hit it, All-, son," he replied, quietly. "There has been a most extraordinary development of that business; Now, look here. If I'm to do any good,?, it is essential that nobody .should know the, reason for my departure; ;1 want you not to say] .a word to anybody, of what you haye''guess?d."- · '- .Alison nodded. "Very well," she said. "I. won't even ask you anv questions. But 'there's just this," Dick. I'm a person to be trusted. I've done -lots of little confidential jobs for father, when he was anxious for ho one to know of his finds until the results were published. If you want anybody in London to lend you-a hand, you've only got to drop! a line to me." · "Good girl!" exclaimed Dick. "To tell you.'the truth','.-I don't want Daphne _to know anything yet, and if I say a word to Hardway; he's sure to blurt it out to her., I don't want even the police'to know what I'm iip to; they might think it their duty, to interfere. I want to have a shot at something on my"own." "How delightfully thrilling!" exclaimed Aliaon, "I'd love to be In at the death, but I suppose you won't let me. But-remember, if you want to communicate with anybody, I'm t h e girl." . . · J " "I shall rememb'er that," replied Dick gravely.- And there was some- :hing- in his voice which made Alison look swiftly down to her plate and take a sudden interest in her food. . . . . . . . . . . . . (TO BE CONTINUilD) HAVENS, CIVIL WAR VET, DIES Resident of'Iowa Falls for Many Years Was Active G. A. R. Member. 1 IOWA FALLS; Feb. .14.--Benjamin. Havens, one of the five remaining veterans of the Civil war residing here, who died at his home Friday morning-, will he burled Sunday. He'had been In failing- health for several years and death was due to the infirmities of agel Mr. Havens was born in New .Jersey Nov. 9, 1^42. He was one of nine children of James Havens who came here In 1880. He served with distinction during- the war and returning- to Iowa Falls, engaged in farming here for many years. Since his retirement from active life he resided here. He was twice married, his second wife and several grown children by the first 'marriage survive him. He was an active member of the G. A. R. post here for many years.-The funeral will be held at the Church of Christ at 2:30 o'clock. Interment will be in Union' cemetery. . - · · ' . · . · · ' 31 Are'in Fayette Jail. . WEST UNION, · Feb. 14.--the Fayette county jail at West Union has 31 inmates, the largest number of persons ever iu : the jail, .under commitment at one time, tio that number was reached last August at county fair time, when Sheriff Robertson had several overnight prisoners who had been picked up at the fairgrounds under suspicion. Wants "Smithies" Licensed. 'DBS MOINES, Feb. 14. UB--To practice their vocations, the ''smithies," horseshoers and wagon makers "would have to have a state license under a bill introduced by Representative J. H. Alken of Ida county PUBLIC SALE As the Eeeler farm, located one mile south of Mason City, on the paved road, has been sold, we are closing out the'following livestock at a public sale: Wednesday, Feb. 18 AT 1:30 P. M. 90 -- HEAD^ OF LIViESTOCK -- 90 6 HEAD OF GOOD WORK HORSES I colt, 1 year old. 52 HOGS , 10 Hampshire brood sows; 12 Duroo brood BOWS; 'SO feeding shoata. · . 26 HEAD OF CATTLE Consisting of: 3 Holstein coivs; i 2-year-old heifer, Holsteln; 7 1-ycar-old heifers, Holsteln; 4 I'/j-year-otd Black . Angus steers; S ,1-year-old grade steers; 3 heifer calves, 6 to 8 weeks old..' 1 manure spreader. 1 cream separator, · Do Laval. 1 Fordson tractor. 1 brooder stove. 1 crib ot corn. Somo Hay and Straw. .TERMS:--As arranged with clerk, before removal. HEELER KISLIA OBA BAri-ESS, Auct. FIRSI NATIONAL BANK, Clerk. STEERS LEAD IN DEPTHS FALL Not Enough Hogs on Sale to Test Top : Market · ·;,:. . . ' .; : Pricesi " . ; 'CHICAGO, Feb. 14 #---Mor.e records for low prices in -·: livestock were'established-this week when the average price-of steers-fell to $8.45 for-the week, which has not been equaled; since the middle of 1924. With hogs, also back at 1924 levels. all the important classes of livestock are selling at thS-lowest prices in. six years, with-the single exception of lambs, which are 25 to 50 cents higher than last week. . · -.'.' /Strictly good weighty steers were in constant demand by both shfp- Pfrs and small packers, so that they were able.to hold e.ven for the week- Their top 'was $11.25, the high price of the entire market; Bast : y earl ings sold only at 57.25 to $9.50, 25 to 50 cents off. -Such liquidation was believed to Indicate lack of confidence in the future, on the ,part of the country. Fat cows, cutters, and bulls were steady for the week but all heifers closed 25 to 50 cents higher .than the low point of last week; - ' . Hardly-enough hogs were on sale today to bring out buyers and there were', none available to; · test top prices. Packers had 12,000 of the supply: of 13,000 on direct consignment, and . the remaining- thousand were'sold off with 3,000 holdovers. Medium weights at $7.40 were slightly stronger than yesterday. General range of prices took another tumble this week and the average now stands at 56.89, against $7.25 last Saturday. Top quotations for ' f a t lambs stand 30 cents hipher than last Saturday, with ?9.15 paid yesterday, against $8.85 a week ago, and practically all fat lambs of all, weights followed this gain. The bulk sold to packers at $7.75 to $8.85 late in the week and inost of the run was suitable to.sell above $8.85. Local Hogs MASON CtTT, Feb. 14.--Best sorted lights, 180 to 230 Ibsi, $6.80; hest medium,,weight butchers, 240 to 260 Ibs., ?6.30; best heavy butchers, 270 to 300 Ibs., $6.00; best arSme heavy butchers, 310 to 350 'bs., ?5.80; best packing- sows, 300 to 350 Ibs., 55.40; best heavy sows, 360 to 400 Ibs'.,. $5.20. . : tHlCAGO I.iyESTOCK. . .. . CHICAGO, 'Keb. it. (/T--United States department of agriculture--·. CATTLE 100; compared week'ago: Strictly good and choice weighty fed atecrs about steady; all others unevenly 25@50c lower; finished nteers relatively scarce; few above SI.00; top heavies $11.25; bulk S7.25@9.50; average cost at $3.46 being a new low since 1924; best yearlings $10.65: heifer yearlings 59.50; replacement cattle dull and weak: cutter and fat cows' steady but all heifers unevenly 25@50c higher; bulls steady and vealers about-50@75c up. SHEET 5,000:,4.500 .direct; tor week 85 doubles from feeding stations. 18,500 direct; today's market nominal; compared week ago fat Iambs. fully 25t- higher, spots up more; aheep and feeding lambs strong to 25c higher; choice lambs reached $9.00 then dropped to $9.is .with market barely stabilized as week closed; closing bulk good and choice lambs 92 Ibs. down S8.505'9.00; heavier weights 58.25®8.50; native,inucks $7.25 W8.00; throwouts J6-00@'7.00; 'fed yearlings *T.OO@7.75; fat. ewes' S4.00{F,4.75; week's bulk feeding lambs $7.50ft3.00. . ' ' ' ' HOGS 13,000; 12,000 .direct: steady to strong on limited offerings; 140-20D iba. $7.60^7.85; top $7.85; 210-310 , Ibs. 46.4052 7.65; plga J6.T5®7.25: packing BOWS S5.75® O.fl0;\ compared week ago'* mostly 25(iT35c layer; shippers took 2;ooo; estimated holdovers, 1.000; light lights Rood., and.' choice 140-160 Ibs. S7.6D5B7.85; light weights 160200 Ibs.-S7.60@7.8S; medium weights 200230 Iba. ·56.75(317.75:-heavy weights 230-350 Ibs. 56.35@7.00; packing sows medium and goad 275-500 Ibs. S5.65SP6.15; pigs good and choice 100-130 Ibs. $B.75S7.65. ; - . ' O5IAIIA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA. Feb: 14. (,D--U. S. department of agriculture-- IIOOS 5,000; 64 -direct; mostly steady to lOc higher; top S7.30; 160-210 Ib. weights S7®i7.25; 210-240 Ib. butchers $6.05©7; 240280 Ib. weights Saianfl 8.65; 280-325 Ib. averages $a.lO@6.30; packing BOWS t5.50SJ-5.7S; feeder pigs 56.50ST; average cost Friday {6.48, weight 2SO. ' - : CATTLE 100;" compared with week ego: Fed steers and yearlings weak to mostly 25c lower; heavy beef bulls . showing the, decline; vealers steady to 50c lower; stockers and feeders'weak-to around 25c lower; fed steers and '. .^eartlngg $73f0; several load* S9.25jjll.25; weighty steers $10.50; light steers $11; heifers $6.50®"; bulk beet cows $4^5.25; cutter grades $303.75; medium bulls 53.7534.25; heavy beef bulls S1W4.2S; practical top Vealers S8.50: stockers and feeders $6.50@7.75; yearlings up to ?Q.15. SHEEr 250; compared with week ago: Lambs 10-15c Iifgher; sheep 25c or more higher; feeders 25c higher; closing bulks: Fed wooled lambs $7.855'8.25;'^ closing top 58.50; good and -choice ewes, $3.75f?M.SO; good and choice feeding lambs $7.5038. soui;ii ST. PAUL HVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL, Feb. U. Un--0. 8. department .of agriculture^- , ' CATTLK 100; compared with week ago: Fed steers' and yearlings unevenly 15-25u lower; fnt she stock strong, spots 25c up; bulls" steady; feeders * and -stockera weak: vealena steady to 50c higher; week's prices: Best matured steers $9; bulk all steers, and yearlings, short feds' $6.50^8; common and medium beef cows $3.50^4.50; comparable helferz $55f6; short fed yearlings to 58: bulk cutters $2.50$f3; medium grade bulls S3,50n'-i: fleshy feeders $6.5007; thin stockers $5@6; calves'100; good grade vealers at the,close 58.50; choice kinds S10.5011. IIOOS 600; nl.-out slendy; better 150-200 Ib. weights J7®7.25: top $7.25; 200-240 Ib. averages $6.5037; bulk 240-325 Ib. welghls 56B6.50; sows $5.25@5.50 or better; fiulk pigs $7.50; average cost Friday $6.56, weight 236. · . . 8HEEP 4.000: compared week ago: Fat lambs steady to In spots 25c lower; ewes strong to 25c higher; late top fat lambs 58,35; week's high 59: bulk .at close SSir 8.35; choice ewes $4.50; bulk good .and choice kinds S3.505?-1.50: bulk feeding lambs Including mixed fat feeders 57.2538.25. · SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY. Feb. 14. Vn-- U. S. department of agriculture-- · CATTLE 150; calves 50; market fot the week: Beef steers and yearlings 25-50c lower; fat ehe stock fully ,25c down; stockens and feeders weak to 25c lower; long yearlings $10.10; medium and heavyweight beeves $10; few loads $8.75'TfQ..9G: m ihorl feds $7.75?f8; bulk short fed helfsrs $5.75^6.75; few loads 57^7.2^; moat cows $3.75^-4.50: choice yearling slockcrs anil Hght stock steer cAlvea $D; plain kinds down 11OGS 3,000; active, sleady to itrong; builc 140-200 !b. butchers $6.90®7.15; top $7.25; 200-220 Ib. weights' $6.65®7: 230-250 i Ib. welgnts $6.35®Q;85; .-260-280 Ib: weights 58.10ftG.40; 2SO Ibs. up $830.15;' packing sows largely $5.50®5.75; few roughs 'down to $5.25; stock pigs $6.75 down; quotable top $7; compared with a week ago: Butchers unevenly 15-25C lower; lows 2S-35C o f f ; stock pigs steady.- . . · ~ ·· SHEEP 500; today's-trade-steady, odd lots desirable fat .wooled.Oamba $8.25; market for the week: ^Killing crosses, strong to mostly 25c higher; , feeders strong, most . closing -«nles fed wooled - lambs .SO Ibs. down 58.23fi/'" 8.50;-welghty Ittmbs'^own around $8; week's fat lambs top $9; go'Qd to choice mutton ewes $4@4.50; best feeding lambs S77.75. . . - KANSAS OlfV LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITY, i Feb. 14. tm-- United States department of asrlculture-- HOGS.900; 420 direct; limited Bales strong to lOo higher; top $7.50 on 160-180 Ibs.; better grades 150-240' Ibs. 56.95@7.40; a few 270-325 Ibs. «6.25®e.50; odd packing sows'SS.50(35.85. CATTLE 200: calves 50; f o r / w e e k ^ Fed steers and yearlings 25@50c lower; minimum decline on better grade weighty steers; fed heifer* steady , to mostly 25c lower; cows steady to weak; bulls 25c lower; vealers steady to 50c lower: slockers .and feeders fully-25c tower; spots -50c o f f ; week's", tops': Heavy steers $10.75; light weights $10.00: mixed; yearlings $9;40; light heifers $8.50; .vealers $.0.00: bulk fed steers · $6.5038.50; stockers and feeders $6,00$f8.00; choice slock steer calves $0.25. ' r SIIKET 400: for .week: Ijambs-steady to 15c higher; sheep 25t?50c up: top fed Iambs 59.10, closing top $8.40; top shorn lambs $8.60; late top $8.00; 'closing 'bulk fed wooled l a m b s - 9 3 Ibs. down $8.0008.35; top slaughter ewes $4;75; others Si.25@4.50; Texas feeding' lambs $7.00@7.65. LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO. Feb. 14. un-^-Unofflclal estl- mated receipts for Monday: Hogs. 64,000; cattle, 16.000: sheep, 15,000; hogs for all next week, 190,000. Representative Sales CHICAGO, Feb. 14.' C-P1--Representative sales selected by die · U. S. department of agriculture-- . , HOGS. Heavy-- / .Lights-27 307 6.40 87 ' 192 7.85 56 273 6.65 58 137 7 80 51 203 , 6.75 31 164 7.60 34 . 252 ' 6.8S Mediums-- " 71 243 7.00 36 237 7.15 54 222 7,!0 51 211 7.60 Hog Markets By THE ASSfJCWrED PltESS Hog prices at Iowa markets Saturday CEDAR ..RAMDS-- Prime hogs: Med'lums -JS'S.CO; heavies CV.60®6; lights S6.70 7.05: packers 5S.10tff-5.40. J0.855?7.25; prime mMiums ' te.tsgs.SSi -Mme heavies !5.90®6.60; good packers S5® OTTirailVA--Unchanged; 120-150 Ibs S4.65: 160-170 Ibs. 56.05; 170-220 Ibs. $6 60220-260 Ibs. $8.35; ZSO-'aOO Ibs. S8.05; 300350 Ibs. S5.75- over 30 Ibs. ja.45; good packers 55.25: fair packers ?4.25.. H-ATBKZ.OO--Prime i hogs 58.40g'6.80; mediums $5.80®G.4fl; heavies J5.70ffi6 10- packers'54.8095.30. . ·' COMBINED HOO RECEIPTS. DES MOINES. Feb. 14. (.T)--U. S. department of-agriculture-Combined hog receipts at 24 concentration yards and 7 packing ; plants located in Interior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 24 hour period ended at 10 a. m. today were 19,300 compared with. -31,400 a week ago; mostly s t e a d y ' t o strong; selling Interests generally holding hogs - above current prices and marketing light-for Saturday;, bulk of .170-230 Ib.-weights SB.7oe7.15; a few 170190 Ib. up to $7.25: 240-290 Ibs. mostly 58^ S6.50; quotation for good and choice: Light lights 140-160 Ibs. !8.50E'7.25: light weights 100-180 Ibs. 56.60{f7.25; 180-200 Ibs. S6.60© 7.25; medium weights 200-220 Ibs.- $0:60® T.I5: 220-250 Ibs. 56.10(^6.00; heavy weights 250-200 Ibs. S5.90©0.50; 200-350 Ibs. J5.TO Good paoklng sows 275-350 Ibs. J5.30'? 1 5.85; 350-325 Ibs, S5.IO@5.50; 425-550 Ibs. S4.85ST5.25. HOG FUTURK5. CHICAGO, Feb. 14. (jn--Hog futures: Grade Offered Bid LIGHTS-March (first h a l f ) ...'.;... .8.25 7.SS March (second half} ...-. ,.8.35 8.00 MEDIUMS-- · March (first half) 7.65 7.III! March (second half) 8.00 HEAVIES-- , . . . , ' . March ...: 7.50' 6.SO MISCELLANEOUS . POTATO StAHKET. ' ' .CHICAGO, Feb. ,14. fill -- United states department of agriculture -' Potatoes 86;' on. track 193; ' total U. S. flhlpmenta^865: .about steady, trading rather alow; sacked per cwt.. Wisconsin round whites $1.30®l,-iO: fancy shade higher; un- Btaled'$l.i5(lPi.25; .Minnesota round whites $1.15^)1.30; Idaho' russets No. 1, 51.60® 1.05; fancy shade higher; No. 2, 51.30® 1.35. fiw $1.40; Colorado McClures branded ; unbranded IIAV JfAHKET. CHICAGO. Fen. 14. an-- Hay 26 cars. unchanged. JIINNEAPOLIS FI.OUB. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 14. (/I';--Flour unchanged; shipments 37,080; bran and mid- dlings unchanged. NEW VOKK SUGAR. NEW YORK. Feb. 14. (,r-- Raw sugar unchanged today at 3.32c for spots, raw futures 2 to 3 points net lower, refined unchanged at -l.50c for line granulated. TOLEDO SEEDS. TOLEDO, Feb. 14'. f.Tht-Seed. unchanged. Infant Son Is Dead. CALMAR, Feb. 14.--The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Flaak- rud died Friday morning. Funeral arrangements have not been made yet.' * .': uMSKUU, VJHEN A HUNTHB ^ETS HEtevoO DOES/IT MAKE HIS SHOT 5UN .SHV? MISS M.W.PARSONS MADISO DEAR. NOAK--JF PlSEON Cooep^ v/oux.t THE obt-i-AR BH-L- ANP THE EACiLE SCEE/^M? . WOt-l-ASTON WHEAT DEVELOPS LATE FIRMNESS Corn Relatively Limp With Sales Balancing Wheat V Speculation. : "' CHICAGO, Feb. If;; UP)--Firmness developed in wheat toward the last 'today, whereas' corn was relatively limp. .Speculative' buying of wheat was balanced against 'selling of corn. Nebraska sent dry weather complaints affecting wheat, and reports from further west said the watershed of America was bare of snow, and the natural reservoirs empty, a. situation unparaUelled in 60 years. , . '-y, ,, : '·' . ;· Wheat closed (irregular. He off'.to %c till, May old 82%0",: July G5^VtC, corn at V-c decline to -',4c advance, Jifay old 63'Mf'%». July 60?S®67c,V oats showing Sc setback. l o ^ @ 3 4 c galn^and prqvislons'unchanged to 5c lower.', '' ' · Omaha '".reported* liberal sales of corn for shipment. In Chicago,'.rural offerings were mainly above a workable basis, and the demand here-slow. Enlarged' receipts of com in Chicago, both original and from terminal markets were sufficient'to k$U requirements, corn continuing - t o encounter' pronounced rivalry from substitutes, . · : CHICAGO CASH GRAIN. '· CHICAGO, Feb. 14.' (/n--Wheat--No; 1 hard 79}lc; No. 2 hard 7B%c; No. 1 mixed low bu^iti'62c; wo. ^ yellow 58^ H yellow. oGV65iS8c:' No. 3 white ea·· 'a B3'Ac; No. 4 white 60V4(862vic; fto.'^B white 50'/;c. Oats--No. 1.white 33c; No" 2 white 32*4 S'33c; No. 3 white 31c. Timothy seed 58.75® 9. · Clover seed $13.75Cf21.50. Lard 58.10; ribs 510.73; bellies S10.50. MASON CITY GRAIN MASON CITY, Feb. 14.-Barley 38c Oats 23c Shelled corn, No. 4 ....;... .". .45c Ear corn ...-..- 42o GrainFutures SATURDAY GKAIN CLOSE. , CHICAGO, FeU. 14. i.T}--Closing table: : CORN-- High Low . Closb r, old G3',i .62% .63£ new 64 it .63ii .64 May old ;6G .65 .es",-j n e w . . . . . ,.G6',i .65»i .66% July ..., 67V1 -6SH -66-X. Sept. 67 .66 . .6S-1i WVEA.T-- ilar. aid...... .19'.i .7914 .79i taew...r. .79% -79ib .79V6 May old .82% .8254 .82V - n e w .833i .33^4 .839. July , .69% .68 , .69A Sept 63 .67% .69 OAT3-- ^ Mar. old 33V4 .33 ,33, May old...:.. .3314 .33V4 ' .33?i new .33% ,33-H · . ' · · .3311 July .;... .32% ,32it - . 3 2 % Sept ; , .32% RYE--' \ . " - ' Mar. old 39 .3B',i .39 May o l d . . . . . . .40X .39"t -40S new .4114 July 41 vi .40?; Ai6 Sept .43% LA.RT-- Mar. ., 8.12 May 8.25 8.25 S.2S July ' 8.40 BELLIES-May 10.65 July . . 10.75 CORN-Mar. o l d . . . . new.. . May old... . · n e w . . . July ...:... Sept. WHEAT-Mar. old... . new.., old. . . . new..-. GBAIN OPEN. CHICAGO, Feb. 14. Close Close Yr. Ago. Yes'oVy- .80% .83 VI -82% May July Sept. . ....... OATS-Mar. o l d . . . . n e y . . . . . May o l d . : . . ; . new. . . .; July Mar. old HYE- Mar. 1.21 1.23 May old new.. . old n e w . . . July Sept IUARD-- Mar May July BELLIES-May July . .82?; .' .82% · -S 3 '- 1 ' . .85 U .11.02 .11.20 .11.42 .13.85 .14.15 · -S3 '.4 .63;i .IJSTs .6814 .67 .70',! .79% -S2% .83?! .08',-i .68 U .33 .33H .3»W -32'J. .38-i .40',c .41 Vi .41',! [.·PI-- Open Today. .64 -63«i .60 H: .66% .82 ',i .83% .63K. .68% .33 .33?! .33% .3214 8.25 ' 8.40 10.62 10.75 KANSAS CITY OltAIN. KANSAS CITY, Feb. 14. (/T--Wheat 146 cars; tone unchanged to %c lower; No. 2 dark hard 70c; No. 3 nominally 6S870%c; No. 2 hard 69f(70.5tc; No. 3. eSWGSW; No. 2 red nominally 72Q73c; No. 3 nomloally 70%(ft71%c. Corn 81 cars: tone unchanged to Ic lower, No. 2 white 36,4c; No. 3. 53S55}',c; No. 2 yellow C6«ic; No. 3, 33055y.c; No. 2 mixed 53%c; 'No. 3. Cl!4g,53c. Oats 3 cars; tone unchanged; No. 2 white nominally 34i?34',4c; No. 3 nominally 33% ©34c. OMAHA GRAIN. . OMAHA, Feb. 14. t,Ti-- Wheat-- Hard No i. 89%ci No.~2. 68%@69c. Corn -- White No. 3. 53V4c; yellow No. 2, 54®Mi4c! No. 3, 52%«f53%c; mixed No. 2. S3c; No. 3. 51®52c. Oats -- XVhlte No. 3, MINNEAPOLIS MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 14. I.T1-- wheat 200 cars compared to 192 year ago; market un. changed; cash: No. 1 northern 73%©77-Tlc; No. 1 dark .northern 12, 13, 14 and 15 ptt cent 73ft@77Ke; No. 1 dark hard Montana 14 per cent and. to arrive 71V«73}; No. 1 amber durum 72% IS 75 %c; No. r amber durum 60W®73%c; No. 1 red durum 64Scr May 76?lc; July 72%c. Corn-- ^fo. 3 yellow 53 W © 57 %c. Oats -- No. 3 white 291429ic, Barley 3l*5!c. Rye-- No. 1. 35%5t3S«c. Flux-- No. 1, J1.501.55. HIDES Quotations furnished' by VVoir Bros. 308 Fifth street southwest. Horse hides $1.75-52.00 Cured beet hides 4e Green beef hides 3c Petition Is Circulated. SWEA CITY, Feb. 14.--A petition Is being-, circulated at the Grant consolidated school district to build a gymnaaiura near thep . resent school property. Market Notes TICKER TAPE ..Opinion In brokerage circles concerning tht Immediate outlook for the market la mixed. Borne observers reel the market Is entltlfl tc. a reaction on account ^b( the sharp oO- vanca A w h i l e ' flthcra" l o o k ' f o r it .^o ..work gradually tifehar. with no important setback. until 'cohsicler'ably 1; higher prices · are. Been. The Street : U 'unanimous In the opinion that the market'will become, more selective and as a result commitments are being made un a more careful" basis. · .Brokers 1 loans were about' In line with cxpctatloria. In that the .Iticreaae .was rela~ lively · small In proportion to the advance In, stock prices In the period covered by the report. It ^confirmed _ the "opinion o f ' m a n y observers that the public has nut yet, cum« into the market in a btg way and that most of the buying recently, has'been, for the account ,ot Influential interests as well as rep- resentingcovering by - t h e shaila. The .increase of 533,000,000, the- second weekly" gam since Sept. 24, brings the k total to 51,7-J^,-' 000,000. This compares with the SI,716,000.000 in the -previous week ..which, was the lowest- since r Noyember, '-1924, and with 53,450,000,'OCiO at this time'last ear. AUTOMOBILE ESTIMATES RAISED TO 4,500,000 ·;, .; .·Upward .revlalona ( a r e . - m '-· order on the conservative predictions-.of "automobile" production/made Jat the start of 1S31. These earlier estimates ran Red from. 3,700,000 to 4,000,000 cars, but on .strength'of a strong turn in retail sales within, recent weeks, the Inclination is to extend the figures to around 4,500,000 cars. The revisions do not relate to any definite change fH the outlook as much as to a. healthier attitude of mind brat about by events since the turn o f ' t h a year. .The facts are thai; v ortglnai estimates were pared to the minimum, then further discounted " to Keep ihera on th'a safe side. Now. merely a recalculation with part- of the gloom, element eliminated disclosed the larger flgui« on potential business for the year, STANDARD OF INDIANA TO HELP OIL PRODUCEItS Standard Oil company^, of Indiana Friday announced that It had agreed to take ap- proxlm'ately 6^000 barrels of crude oil dally from the many so-called- "stripper" oil wells In,southeastern Kansas. *i' / ' The action ot the Indiana company,' which was purely voluntary on Its. parl, · practically removes the distress from which thousands of small oil operators and owners of .production have been suffering since Jan. l, when their markets were cut ,off by the action of Prairie Oil and Gas 1 company In withdrawing from .the , field as a purchaser of this cnidei BUSINESS MACHINES HAS GOOD HECOBI . · - International Business Machines, whose relatively small capitalization makes lor wtdo fluctuations,' had a record year last year In both sales and earnings and a continuance of this showing ia anticipated for this year. It v??s declared by Thomas J. Wataon, preatrtent. The Btatement by Mr Watson that net profits exceeded .those or the record year of 1920 by 10 per cent indicates a net profit of approximately $7,300,- QOQ or Sll-55 a share 'on 637,001 shares ot stock for the year ended Deo. 31, 3930, is compared with 56.705,067-or $11.14 a share on GOl.,575 shares In 1929. Net profit In the fourth quarter o f . tost-year waa apparently about'the same and possibly sliEhhtly higher than in the'preceding quarter when the company reported a net of SI,820.ilfi. For the last quarter of 1929 the net was $1,791,240. CHRVSLEK RESPONDS TO BUSINESS CAIN , Chrysler corporation stocK has been responding to -the Improvement In the company's business. With operations of both the Chrysler · and Dodge divisions showinp; a steady gain It is the general belief that the company, turned the corner beginning with the new year. According to those In' cTose touch with the situation it Is regarded as an even chance that the forthcoming annual report will show some profit for Itt30 instead ot a loss, as-has been anticipated Jn most quarters.," - " ' · " . - ' ' i LAMSON BROTHERS GRAIN LETTER MARKET CHICAGO, Feb. H.-WHEAT--Wheat received Rood suvpntt today and notwithstanding rather heavy aeH- Ing at tltnda, closed above Friday's level.*. It was a very good trading market. Strength of the late session ^as attributed to b u y i n g of wheat against sales of corn by a locul operator, to short coverlng;a»d to weeK-en.I evening up. Winnipeg rallied with ouV market. The market continues sensitive to weather-conditions. The ·weekly forecast .held out prospects ot rain I n . parta of the xvlnlcr wheat, but It was realized that precipitation, rain or Know, must be In considerable amount If the dryncus Is to »e thorolj* relieved. Complaints of drynesn came in" fro.n Nebraska and reports that thera la little snow In the Heckles, wntch Indicates that stream levels will be very low at the atnrt of the spring season, attracted much attention. Buenos Aires will he closed Monday rinrt Tuesday. Favor a, trading position in wheat pending developments. CORN--Co^n-was sold early on thei continued alow cash, d e m a n d ' from the east, the large recelpLi today and prospect of a liberal movement next week. Terminals continue to send their corn to'Chicago, iO.OOO o'a* Ing booked today, while bookings from tho country amounted .to 18.000. The basia In the sample market was a little easier. The f u - tures-market rallied n e a r the ,close with wheat, final" figures helng only fractionally under yesterday's lost levels. Except tnwer corn pnccs Monday, unless wheat develops surprising strength. I-lverpool due *fc to *ie hlRher. ' \ STOCK MARKET RF.V1EW- ThosD maintaining constructive Ideas on securities regarded last week's increase of £33,000,000 In broker's loans as encouraging. With the exception of the gain of 6,000,000 in the 3n.it week of 1930, this was the first time that, loans have expanded since last September. News on business and Industry at the close of this week waa favor- cble, b u t there were not enough new developments t o - s p u r activity In the market. GuoO support waa accorded the market leaders on the slight recessions with the amusement shares strong. The rank and Tile of Issues, however were lower on the day. MASON. CITY; Feb'-. 14.-- Casb Quotations toy E. O. Morse. EHJS Eggs (current receipts) ........ lOc Spring chickens, heavy breed, general run ....... . .· ....... lie Stags ................. ..... ^ . 1 2c Leghorns, spring ---- . ....... lie Heavy hens. 4V 2 Ibs ............ 13c Light hens. . . ............ . ---- lOc Old cocks, heavy ..... ........ 8c Ducks ................. ....... Oc Geese ............. t ...... ..... 7r Merchants Quotations. Eggs, in trade ................ 12c Eggs, cash ........... . ........ lOc Butter, Plymouth ......... . .'. . 36c Butter, Clear Lake ..:...· ..... 32c Butter. State Brand .......: -- 35r Butter, dairy .......'. ......... 30c Potatoes . . . . ^_.40c and 50c a peck CHICAGO CHICAGO, Feb. 14. (.Tl--Poultry, alive, 3 trucke: steady; prices Unchanged. Butter 12,133; firm; creamery extras (Q2 .icore) 27c;- fitandard.s (DO acorn carlnta) 20«c; ^tra flrstj' (DO-D1 score) 25Vifl2Rc; flrata (8S-83 ai:ore 2\4«?25c; seconds (SO- 87 score) 23'.5ij!4c. Eggs 14,381; stendy; prices unchangcrl. rnontjcE .. CHICAGO, Kcb. M. .. , . closed: Fresh Rrndod firatii, storage packed firsts, April ' UKe. . 1.11-- ERR futures p a c e rss, pr c. luturcA: Storage alanclarils, Marc STOCK GAINS AND | STOCK LIST LOSSES AVERAGE Spark of Bull. Enthusiasm Drags List From Mild ,'··· Depression. NEW · YORK. Feb.- ^14. UP-- A. spark oi- two of bullish enthusiast^ in a dull week-end stock market today was sufficient to drag the list out of a moderate depression in the late dealings.' v Closing prices disclosed about an even mixture of gains and losses, with narrow changes in leading; issues. The market showed a fairly steady tone at the finish. Transactions were about 11,100,000 shares. . : Loews Ball Fa-vtiritc. ' Loews was a bull, favorite Jn the late trading-, rising- .more than 3 points to ;a new high for- the movement-.in v active trading. Union Pacific and Caterpillar Tractor gained about as much, and issues showing- advances of around a point included Fox, Continental Can, Missouri Pacific/ Baltimore Ohio, and Gold Dust. ' . Radio lost a point, presumable in response to the upholding by the circuit court of appeals, of the decision of the federal district court of Delaware against the patent pooling- arrangement. Westlnghouse, Johns Manville, American. Water Works, Corn Products arid Air Reduction lost about as much. L Copper Carried Up.' : A few odd lot; transactions In Utah Copper .carried tna't issue up 24 points. McCrory Stores "A" and "B" stocks were two other'thinly traded issues' making wide gains. They closed about 10 higher. Week-end reports from the steel industry indicated little change in operating schedules next week. The weekly federal reserve statement showed a shrinkage of $19,000,000 in the daily volume of credit outstanding. The New York money market has shown a slightly firmer tendency of late, however, which was translated into a % of one per cent increase today in bankers acceptance rates. ; Curb Market NEW YORK, Feb. M. UV--Cloning prices on the curb marfcel showed Utt.o or no change today, altho considerabJe week-end realizing was In progress during moat ot the short cession. ^ Resistance to selling was evident and the list regalnert most .of Its losaea .In the last half hour. Electric Bond and Share, Middle Wfist Utilities, American · Commonwealth "A", American and Foreign Power Warrants, American Superpower nnd other utilities--the , day's most - active group--finished unchanged aHer recording narrow declines. Oils eased. Vacuum hardened around 65, but at that quotation was otr half a- point net, Similar losses In cities Service nnd Standard of Indiana and a 1 point Orop In Gulf refleci-'l the Elaclccr.lns o£ bullish Interest fn the petroleum shares nflar t n e E r Improvement «RTly In the ^v*sk. Dutlnea.i .ruled I n " the industrials, specialties and Investment tnists. Gcn-ral Th*atera Equipment preferred rallied brlnlcH at the clo^e In sympathy wiih the sSrenf-th of amusement atocks on the big board. Aluminum .of America eased a point. The Fords. Technicolor and American Cyanamld "B" were firm. Bond Market NEW- YORK. Feti. 14. (AJ--Still uncertain as to what effect the aoWlera .bonus legislation .mny havo on the bond market, traders were cautious In their biding today, and price movement followed the narrow groove mad familiar this week, Willie prihie Investment Issues held about steady, second grade loans' that have advanced with stocks, were heavy altho recessions there were ' also fractional. United States governments were little changed and trading was confined principally to the Liberty 4th 4 Us, which lost a small fraction. With tho exception of German bonds which receded fractionally, -. European obligations were firm. South Americans dldilittle. \ · There are some signs' of a little more activity in new financing next week. Thu Central Illinois Electric and C.R5 company la expected to market 515,000,000 refunding 5s. It was learned also' that the Baltimore and Ohio has sold 535,000,000 l',i y e a r notes carrying 4 per cent interest to refund some Chicago and Alton Indebtedness, CLOSING BOND QUOTATIONS. NEW VORK. Feb. U. LTJ--U. 3. bonds closed: * Liberty 3Hs 101.22. First 4'As 102.20. Fourth 4 VI s 103.20. Treasury 4 "As U.S. NEW" YOBK NEW VORK, Feb.' 14. l/pj-- Butter 10,- 974r finn; creamery* firsts (88-91 score) EgRa 2R,10!i; steady; mixed colors, .-_,._ lar packed, firsts 16 1 /i'!MB$ic; nearby hen- nery brown, regular packed, extra IB^c. Nearby and nearby western hennery while, closely selected extra 23'52^c; rto. average extra 22^22^c; nearby white mediums 2i 21c. KANSAS CITY PRODUCE. KANSAS CITY, Feb.« 14: (/T»i--Butterfat . .Other produce unchanged. NEW YOUK POULTRY. NKW YORK. Feb. 14. !(;n--Poultry, live nnd dressed, steady. Real Estate Transfers Cress, G. E., sheriff, to Mason City Bldg and Loan Asa'n 5632.GP lot 19 blk 3 Lehigh addition, Mason City, Iowa, 2-11-31. Williams, Robert, to Abby B. Williams, $1.00 NEV-i SWK and NW4 SEVi 5-96-21 and S'X SW'4 5-96-21, C-12-31. Williams, Robert to Abby B. Wil°- liams 51.00 lot 2 and 3 Swanzy'a Addn.to Clear Lake; also 314 lot 41 Sirrine's subd lot i and 4 in lot 5 in 13-36-22; also Nly % lot'2 bile 10, Clear Lake; also lot 9 and 10 blk 5 East Lake place, Clear-Lake; also lot 617 Midland Hts, Mason City, 2-12-31. .Williams. Robert, to Abby B. Williams 51.00 lot 3 in subd SVVH NE'4, 18-96-21, 2-12-Sr. Davis, Louis G and Frona to Sarah A. Cole $1.00 lot 3 Ernston and Sesseger's replat lots 7 and 8 blk 8 Chensy Palmeter'a addition. Cl^ar Ln.ko. Iowa, 2-13-31. B.jornstad, Otto A. EllP. Janet to-.Mack Mickelson, $1, SE'/i and the EVi EVi SW%, 29-97-19. 2-9-31. NEW TOSK STOCKS. NEW YORK, Feb. 14. tlfl -. XTlnnl Quotations. ; Air Red ' »8»i ·' Johns Many '·:'-' T2 A l l e g h e n y ' ll'l! Kelvlnator liy Al qu a'Dye,182li Kenpecott , 27'/i Allla CKai Mfs · 35'/i KresBe' 27 : Am Can ~ 1171j -Kroser. 2 7 . . Am Car Fdy 32?i .USE My B 89, · Am Conil Al 12 U Ixiews 60!i Am .For Pow 37 a ·· Ixjrlllard 17 Am Int '· 21 Louis G E A- 3054 Am Pow 4 L' : BHt Mack 38 % Am Rad St San 18% Math Alkali . 25 Am Roll Mill 30',4 May D S ' 34 Am Sm t Ret 49% McK S Rot 14!j- Am Steel Fdrs 27: , Mer Sea Oil 17% Am Sug Ref . SHi- Mid Cont Pet 15 W A' T T , 193H ' J,( K T '21»4 Am. Tob B .118% Mo Pac 40VJ Am WaL \Vka 64 Jlont Ward · 24 Anaconda . 37^ Nash 34% Andes Cop . 167i Nit Sis. ' SOii Arm of :il B 2H Nat Ch 'Reg A 34'.d Atchlson 147 Ji Nat Dairy , 4SH All Ref 2214 Nat P i 1. ' '37 Auburn 180 Nat Tea" " ISVa Aviation Corp .4% . N Y Central ' 125 .· B O 8211 '-N Y N ' H * H 88 Barnsdall A 13% . Nor : W 209^ ;Bendix Av '- 22 K No Am ' 81 K Beth St OSOii , No Pac ; ' 5*1 Borden 72^1 tillver P" (new) 1'A Borg Warn 24}; Otis St ' . 13% Brlggs 17 V, Pac G i B ' 4 7 Burr Add 30 Packard :· 10 li Cal £ Hec OH Para. Pub 40«i Can Dry · 34*i Pathe . 1% Can Pac 43%, PenlcK t Ford 44 Case "HOV£ Peon .. 62U Cerro d e P a s c o . 28% Ph|l Pet · 14tt Chea O ··' 44H Pills Fl Y · 31 Chic Gt W ..' 7 Proc i Gam '6aK Chic Gt W pf 23 Pub Serv N - J . 84% 0 * N W 43 Pullman · 54% Chrysler 10IJ Radio' 17^ Col P l 2814: R K O 21 Col G 4 E 39V Rem Rand . · 16 ', C M S P 8S Reo 9 C M S P pf 13 Rep Stl J9^,4 Col Graph 10% Hey Tob B , 45',i Coml Solv . 18% Roy Dutch 41^1 Co'rmvlth So 10 St L San F 56% Conffoleum OK Sears R 65!4 Consol Gaa , · 94\3 Shell U 9^ Cont Can - B4 Simmons 19 '.i Cont ins 49V4 Sinclair 12-jli Cont Mot 3fe ' Skelly 10 Vi Corn Prod '63^1 So Pao 105 '.i Cudritiy' 43% So Pr Bug ' 15»J CurUss \vr 4% So Ry 62 Deera pf g i y stand Brds 18 si Drag Inc 70^. SI O E 69ft Du Pont 9334 St Oil Cal S014 Eastman 167 ii St -Oil N J sou El Pow t L 51^ St Oil N Y 25 U Erie 34 Stew Warn 15\i Flak .y, stone Web 41% Fox Film A 37V1 Stude ' 22H Freepurt Tex 38 Superior Oil IK Gen El 48 W Tex Corp 34 Gen Foods 52',4 Tex Gulf Sul 51« Gen Motors 42% Tim Roll B 54!4 Glircttc 314 Union Carb 64 Gobel 8", Un Pac 202 Gold Dust 3SVi Unit Aire . 32ft Goodrich 17 Ji Unit Clg . fV, Goodyear 45V4 Unit Corp ~S2vl Grab Paige 4 j Unit G E 30 Granby . 1314 U B Ind Ale 6GW Gt No Ry pf . 67% U-S Rub .' . 13% Gt No I Ore ctf 20*i U S Steel 185 GrlE Grun f,; ut, P . ' li 'A 2744 Hahn 5 Vanadium 63 Hartman B 37i IVabash IB' Houston 517J, Warn Fix Hudson zi\t, W JIary Hupp 10 1» MVcst K Mfg 979J, I" Cent S3*, Willys Or . . 5% Ind Ref . 4 "4 Woolu-orth -'60% [nt Comb Eng ay. Wrleley · 73K Int Hnr 51 U Yell Tr · '· 12V, Int Nick Con 16',; Youne S. vr 24% 1 T T 23% .. · ·;, 18»A' CHICAGO STOCKS. " By Tile An^tclatcd Press. - CHICAGO. Feb. 14. (J cen Pub Ser A 18% Midwest Ulll Cities Bervlci; 19*i M U K pet pfd Cont cwc Sfs r-H JlKiinn Unll pfd Dexter Co 10^4 Stelnlle Gr Lakes Alro 2 % ' Swift Co GrlBJl)y-«mn')W 4^ B Swift Tnt Inaull Ut Fr.v 49% . U S Gypsum Kntz LniR !3v; util Ind Lllby McNeil 11»; Zenith MaJ Household 4% 20?i, 35 42 714. SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF STOCK QUOTATIONS Supplied by '. LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason. City Office in Bagley- Beck Building. Telephone No. 7 HEW VORK STOCKS. Abl P P Co 13 Am Blc Note GO Am Car ^dy 32% Am Metal 19^ Am Sum Tob '10% Am Tob . : Hi , Arm i Co B 111 24 Assoc Dry Gds 26 Ealilwin Lo ' 23Si Brlggs itrg Co 1T% Burr Add Zklacti 3Q Buttc Cop- Zinc 1-7; Cal Packing. 1 . '43 Com Credit 18% Com Solvents Cont Motors Cont oil . lo^i ClHlahy PacHInK 13% Curt VVrlglit ptrl 6% David Chemical laii Endlcott John 3SV- First Mall Sirs Fink Rubber Hera Oioc Co Indian Rcf 25 14',4, 18TV 48% Kelvlnntor Corp 9t 4'f. .Lambert Co '82'i Llq .Carb Corp 47 Louisiana Oil 4^ Mathle Alkali McK . Robb .Nev Cons Cop --,.. N Y Air Brake 21 Otla Steel - 13V/ Pathe Exchange 17i Pillshury Flour , 31 Oil Co . .-- -IOK Pur Bak Corp 45^; Reo Grande Oil 8',4: Reo ifotors · 0 · St 'JosepJ Lead 28 li Sch Ret stra 5\L So Cal Edison BO',' Stand Brands 18% Superior Oil 1% Tobacco Prod 3 U S Real Imp 34 Vanadium . 6 3 Wabash R y ' r ' · ' 18'A Western llyld 17K Western Union HO Jr Co 73»1 NKIV YORK CURB QUOTATIONS Am For P Co 20% Humnle Oil 68 Am Gas El 77% Nat Pub Ser A 10 Am Sup Pow 14 H Ntac Hud 11 % Ark Nat Gas A B4j NI-Bem-Pon'd . 3054 Aasoc G £ E A 20i,i No Am Avlat 8 Can Marconi 3?; Pennroad Corp 7V Cons Auto Md=e n S O Ind 34-1 Deforest Radio 3\-. S O Ky 23U Durant Motor in Transcont Air T 4 H El B,l i Sh 40!i United Gas 10V- Ford Mo of Can 24K Un L P A 28 " F^ni Mo of EHE 17% U S Dal Pr A. : 60'1 Fax Theaters A S-; utll P L 12V, Hud B M i S 5V4 Vacuum Oil 65 CinCAGO STOCKS. Auburn A Co ISO ot Lakes Alrc 2« Bend Av Corp 22% GrtBBby-Grunow 4«4 Borg-Warn Corp 24% L O and n Co B« Butler Bros 6 , 'Nat Leather 1 Cent Chi Corp 711 U S Gypsum « ChioiKo Invest a utll t Ind-Corp 7'4 Cord Compsny 8S U S Rad . Tele tUi' MINNEAPOLIS STOCK. Ft Bk Sk Corp 22^ MINNFAPOUS ORAIN MARKET CASH SALES. Flax 150 to 155 . DeWitt School Board Ousts Superintendent DeWITT, Feb. 14. (/P)_By a-vote of 3 to 1, members of the DeWitt school board balloted to oust Bruce C. Fowler, aa superintendent of the schools today at an adjourned meeting- of the board called last qighfc to try the official on charges involving incompetency and the use of unbecoming language. . _ * ' · · LET US EXECUTE YOUR ORDERS for lifited or unlisted SECURITIES on any Stock Exchange Investment Department FIRST NATIONAL BANK Stnnoii, City

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