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H-SQUARE LOOP RANKS CHANGED ;Rudd Moves to Top Stand* ing as Nora Springs Drops From First Place. (Mil (Mllehe SQUARE STANDINGS -.llclntlre Oamc Not Included.) M 1 . I.. Pet 0 IJ.Ime Springs iRockford jMcIntJre ^"ora Springs A«»-.Vlsl« . . . I ·'('nrpenter ... .Marble Hock . 'Orchard .. Colnrell ....... JUcevllIc '.'.'.'.'.' St. Ansitor ... Plymouth Chester Otranlo ....... 2.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .ISO .150 WHEAT DOWN FOR FIFTH DAY IN ROW May Delivery Goes Under 80 Dec ' . _--·. 21--Play in the Pour -, basketball conference saw two leaders dethroned and a new team emerge to the top of the ladder. Nora Spring's lost a thrilling grame at Marble Rock Friday nifrtit .JV a score of 19 to 22 to step down =from a tie with Elma for the lead, "··hite Marble Rock was tripped at idd in an overtime game by a 22 38 count. Rudd's victory by a 39 to 29 over Floyd on Friday night [placed it directly behind Elma with two wins against Elma's three, neither team having a conference pefeat. . Alta Vista, one of last year's eel- Jar occupants, made a definite bid for conference honors by winning tup and tuck affair at'Col well 2X t SO to make It two out of three fo |.be season. Carpenter won at Otran lp 26 to 10 for a like record, an ·Srcfiard beat FJoyd 15 to 10 Tues · -- *-j ** -*.w nj j.u j. ues ·lay evening to break even for a ·oOO percentage. These were th ·mly conference games reported. I In nonconference competition, the last stepping- Elma five beat Cresco J 7 to.22 on Tuesday and Lawler 33 J° 11 =. Plymouth beat Manly 20 to 15, but did not complete its game Ivith Kensett because of light I roubles. The other non-conference lontcsta did not end well for conference members. Osage trimmed Iliceville 39 to 9, Grafton defeated lit Ansgar 13 to 11, Mason City Jieat St. Ansg-ar 33 to 13, and Rock- lord was defeated at Osage 21 to ·l. Friday night, Dec. 8, Otranto leat Floyd 19 to 13 ia a game not lounted in conference ratings as i raa scheduled 'after the dead line et for conference scheduling. The individual scoring columns Elks in Charge of Services at Grave for John M. Taylor Funeral services for John M Taylor, 14, who died near his homn Sunday, evening were held at the McAuley funeral home Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. William H Spenee, pastor of the First M. E church, was in charge of the services. The Elks lodge, of which Mr Taylor was a member, was in charge of the services at the grave Burial was in Memorial park cemetery, T. C. Bowles, S. M. Hoyt, A. W. Kneael, A. H. Rimcie, W. W Wilcox and G. Grupp were pallbearers. Many floral pieces were received, MAKECHANGElN PREP LINEUP FOR GAME WITH EAST · (Continued' Krom Sports rase) will probably be in shape for Friday's tilt. Against Grafton Tuesday, the Mohawks displayed fine form and offered an improved attack as they caihe back strong in the second half of the practice game to submerge Grafton with a deluge of baskets. Mason City will have a big lob before it when it attempts to avenge the 26-25 defeat handed out last season by East high on the local court, i yeiiow 44c- NO 4 y-etic East won over the Mohawks twice "*"· "s'ls-.sc; new last season and Friday's game will ? 1SGM25ii:: No - s ml:! ho tVm fii-cf «F ,, «j a s«mi. wm | OW 43i i S f4 l l . n . Kl , , oe me iirst of another two game TTy^-^^-^ 1-V-T^ T-X^.T-, ~ H O G J P R I G E S S T R N G DECEMBER 21 · 1933 Cents for First Time Since Oct. 20. or the , -- ^n. A . i^i/.--r ur me fiftli day in succession, wheat today reached lower price levels, May wheat going under 80 cents for the first time since Oct. 20. The trade was somewhat confused over a material change in the official estimate of the seeded acreage of winter wheat for the 1934 crop Liquidation developed, and with sloe loss orders caught the market dropped temporarily about 2 cents Wheat closed unsettled % to 1't cents under yesterday's finish Dcc 78'^, May 80% to 80%; corn, "'' to 1 cent advance, Dec. 42 Vs M 485J to 48%; oats, / s to % ' c e n t s up, and provisions unchanged to 5 cents lower. Prod Lice MASON CiTY, Dec 21 -Cash Quotations by B. Q. Morse' Eggs (current receipts) .. io c Heavy hens, 4% ibs. ami over'.'.'. 7c JJgbt hens S( . Springs (heavy breeds) .*.' 7- Springs, (Leghorn breeds) .. 5 C Old cocks (Heavy; Ducks ieesc , 4c . 4o lOc c .. If ,. CIUCACO CASH ORAIK. CHICAGO. Turkeys, No', 'i'.'.'.'''.'.''.'.'.''. Merchants Quotations' Eggs, cash M-l6c* Eggs, m trade a5-18c* Butter, Plymouth 02 C Butter, Clear Lake 20c Butter, Brookfield . 2flr. Butter, State Brand ..'.'. 2 2c Butter, Dairy JUaid '.''. ,'zoc Home Grown Potatoes, peck 25c ·EDITOR'S NOTE-Taeae repre- sentativo juotatlona were obtafiitd oy calling several downtown giocery -- We, t. yellow series. . white 45f ;Ml«fl42^ low 43 u a No. 4 yell Vn t ^..1.1 2 yellow 44H©-ic- No 1 yellow 4 I ® 4 2 M c ; No. East Has Strong Quintet. East will not onl - be the strongest obstacle in the Mohawks' path yet played, but boasts of one of the toughest quintets in Iowa. The Sioux City outfit has fo'ur veterans returning from last season's team which went to the state tournament ' corn. No. 3 mlied , - - · -- «.l:ced 39',ic; NO 2 yel- k f f 4W .S ; No - 3 Bellow 41l4Sf43v,c- ^;^p 4 t£?V.SS.-^^ c .«SV fat^^^^-=^;^ ffJalss c"t? 55 ' 5 °® 6 cwt ' : dover «^ *°i !^rd 51.45; loo^e l ar d S4.10; bellies 55.50. MasonCityCrain CHICAGO PJIOBUCE. CHICAGO, De c. 21. ^^-Buller, steady, prices unchan e ed. EBBS. 4,991, easy; extra firsts IKSh graded firsts IRiiic: current ^ ,,,,._. CIHCAGO rour.TBV. .. C « IC! AGO, Dec. 21. (.TV-Poultry, live hens 7 C U 5 ^"^ hen5 W-®TM*: LeEhorn ioaio«c ; T chk apri lf a 10 'i® 12c : ooiorw «i ) . S , 1 ,?;J. C ..^?K. C " C 1 C "!.'K?: "osltft IOC. i,r^7 "7,^ . '-'"t.twjs vttc; roosters turkeys ll©17c; ducks 7^8!4c; geese turkeys, sleady; young hen tur- young toms 20c,' old liens Ific* 1^«. X.- « . n _ . ' J '^"a *V\. , PRODUCE FUTURES. , Dec 21 the atate meet's first round . 3 lito _ better hanged but little' among the lead- ig 10. Sheckler crept up to a tie rith H. Eiffler of Elma for fourth lace, Tyler of Alta Vista moved rom a tie for ninth to a tie for ixth, and Hosington of Orchard loved from a, tie for eleventh to a ie for eighth to relegate Meyer of tolwell to eleventh place. In the i*ee throw department, Finch of udd now holds the lead with four ade. out of four attempts. He is oseJy followed, by Tate of Elma !io has made flve out of six at- rapts. Below is a summary of the mea played, personal fouls, free rows missed, free throws made, Id goals, and total points of all ayers .who have scored more than points: INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS (Including Games of Dec. 16.) Mclntlrc-Mltthcll Q nnlo Not Included.) .MI. Ma. (i PK FT 10- FG Tl' -. Lima 3 3 1 a 23 as Icr, Mclntlrc · .... 4 7 H « 21 03 hmldt, Mitchell . . 4 9 1C 8 15 33 Her, II., Elma .. 3 cMery Nora Sp'gs 4 nttton, Colwcll ... G er, Alta Vista . . 3 tier, I... ~E\ ma .. 3 alngton. Orchard.. G ·uster, Mitchell ... 4 yervcolwcll .,,.. n nliart, nl'lio Hock 3 -- «.«^.« ^j, Rosenberger. veteran forward, and 'Van Rooyan at guai'd. Van Rooyan, who earned wide-spread recognition for his bril-. lant play last season, is one of the WHEAT. aces,of the East club and In Coach P ec - ·· Grimsley's opinion, is worthy of all- July' " state mention. CORN-' I Dec. Van Hooyon .Leads East. lTMj* .The clever Sioux City sniard does P ATS -- irt*. «-««»T.. ^__.-, A . . , r . s . . U U L a Dec. ,, THURSDAV GKAIX CI-OSE CHICAGO, Dec. 21. [T1-- . .817; .ao ;j . .3054 not merely feodthc boJJ to his mates Sg But makes good use of an accurate ° many !on ^ ones - Against , ck, Orchard ke. Otranlc* ch, Rudd win, .Carpcnlcr-.... ItO)-, M'tc nock ,. nde, SIcIntlrc .... rlflfeiisen, Floyd .. Nura SprinyB rlyknu. Mllcliell.. ncc, Floyd o n n 14 n 12 3 4 12 5 3 t « 4 15 1U x 10 :u 3 It 31 0 11 31 » 11 30 a 12 an K "0 ·t 10 0 12 3 10 23 3 10 S3 ·i 10 22 6 8 -i: 0 8 23 1 10 22 THURSDAY SEASON'S SHORTEST DAY AND FIRST DAY OF WINTER -;;·. \J r, ·-"'j' '"Jg uues. Against T1 ". Mitchell, S. Dak., last week Vanfiray Rooyan was high point man with Jul ' eight points as East won Its second nt" victory over Mitchell this season bv May a 29 to 22 count. Mitchell wai ? " ' £ · · · beaten 33-28 when the clubs first Dec met earlier in the season Jan " ' Because of the Sioux City quin- S^LIE*''''' ! tel's vast cdg-e in experience and S £ S ~ smoother pJay, Coach Davis' club is H*"-' given the nod over the local quintet when .the two rivals clash Friday night. The game will be played fol- --16 1 , 4.4U 1.80 4.9o 4.30 4.12 4.30 . 4.87 graded firsts Fsbruary 14c. ' - r e s c!oscd: standards standards January ISTJc; storage standards February . . . . KANSAS CITV PROnUCE. KA^,SAS CITY. Dec. 21. on--E BS S 13 C . Other produce uncnansed. NEW VORK PHODCCt; NEW YORK, Dcc. 21. w,±Butt e r, 15.- SL,*,'??.*:. . c «" m ?£y. cetitrallz«d' (90 w°?*t ^elections from fresh receipts 2 aw, fi,-'^-!^" 1 ' """ =»mmercmi stand h ,/,' a 4 ? , II "- ci f l r E l B 17c : medium, 30 bs H14®15c; dirties No. 1, -12 Iba. lilt «i15c; average checks He; rtfrlrerators' Special pacfcs 15i5®18«c; standards 14j? Si« «VJg ce ; ·£%£ Jf?| c f ·«"« «*· TOP AT $3.35 IN ACTIVE TRADING Advance Mostly Because ol Prospects for More Favorable News. CHICAGO, Dec. 23. JP~-Hoz values turned upward today largely because of prospects of more favorable news than because of any actual improvement in trade conditions Prices ruled strong to 10 cents' higher with the top up to J3.35 in fair y active trading. Packers were cautious buyers despite the fact that only 7,000 were billed direct. The killers were held back by a jren- eral lack of demand for dressed products by consumers. Eastern shippers were only mildly inter- OSlGQ. , M o -\ t ° f the e°°d hogs ranged from $2.90 to 53.30 with only tho best medium weight butchers top. paS at S3.35. Receipts fall away and ran 7,000 head under the advance estimates. . * ""'·' *v.a.uiU£ U U L H l d e markets were far under those of late Thursday, but heavier than a year ago. Prices ranged from steady to 15 cents higher. Trade was fairly active. Cattle were strong to 25 cents mgher, the advance being recorded by heavy steers and yearlings. Bes heavy steers topped at $6.50 wit the bulk of the choice stuff from s upward. Light weight steers an mixed yearlings, the choice of a buyers * i recent weeks, were not ii demand and only sola about steadv Supplies were small. Sheep supplies were also moder crate and the market undertone wa strong to 25 cents higher. Best lots of fat native lambs were held above jjog Markets ] -- -ie hogs 180 to 260 Ibs. to 290 ibs. js.asg'a.es; 200 - --. v-..uij 2.55; 325. to 350 Ibs 12 10 -..J; good packers 51.75^2.10 DES MOINES--2,800; 120 to 160 Ibs JI.T5SJ.35; 160 to 300 Ibs. ? 2.35®2.7o : 300 " 0° J-35^2,50; good packers 51.65 ^"'i^r*" Eradea 10 ° " iBhcr : 110 iii i°oi» 3 ' 5l ' 45i 16 ° to lao lbs - ·**; ISO lo 200 lbs. 42.SO; 200 to 240 Ibs J'80- 240 to 260 Ibs. J2.00; 260 lo 280 Ibs! {2.70280 to 310 lbs. 52.60; 310 lo 350 Iba 32 45 : °b/ r 3 ]° '**: J = - 1 0 ® 2 - J °i PacH«rs under 350 51.0081.90; packers over o'oo lbs. si.40 1.70; thin packers 51 and down. CEDAK ILiPIDS--Prime hogs 180 to 2O Ibs. 52.60; 200 to 260 Ibs. J2.70; 260 to 28 :bs. 52.00; 280 to 300 lbs. J2.50: 300 lo 32 bs. 52.40; 320 lo 310 Ibs. {1.65; lo 50 bs. 51.55. COItN--Unchanged. COMIIIN'ED HOG ECEIPTS ^ DES 110INES, Dec. 21. LT--U. S. dl Combined hog receipts at 22 conceritratlo 'ardj and 7 packing Hants located in In erior Iowa and southern Minnesota tor Hi '4 hour period ended al s 3. m. loday iver 4,200 compared wilh 21,800 a week as and 25,700 a iyear ago. Mostly Cc to lOc higher; demand actlv and loading fairly heavy at the advance bullc ot goorl lo cholca 100 to 270 lb. welghl «3.75 to S3, long haul loadg to 53.05 and oc -- ; ^«. coslonaJly 53.10. Receipts at the leading outside 11,?"?' 3 " 0 " 8 -' Cood ""' choice, iicht iiehi: narkets were far U nder g thTM T, U £Z }g IJSg.WS 1 .Sfffi $2.65@3.05; medium weights 200 to 2''0'lbs S2.65Sr3.05: 220 to 250 lbs. J2.G5S3.Or. hea^-y i\-elehts 250 to 290 lbs. 52.55^3 05 290 to 350 Ibs. $2.4082.90; good packing SOW3 275 to 350 lbs. I2.05fi 2.-10- 350 to 425 Ibs. |1.SOS{2.30; 425 to 550 Ibs 51 75 . STEIV VORK POULTRY. ^T R J Cl Dcc - 2l - ( -' T) -- Ltve Poultrj. Chickens, freight 10915C; express ; broilers, express logilsc; other and oiprcjs unchanged. HIDES, WOOL, FURS lowin^ game. the Emmetaburg-Trojan RETAINST1TLEIN STIFF SEASON ON HURLING MOUNDS (Conllnucd 1'roni SporU the championship Senators, relief pitchers, ranked second and third with earned run averages of 2 67 and 2.69 respectively. Russell Van Atta -iankce Southpaw, was rated as the true runner-up to Grove in pitching honors, however, with his £ 12 victories and £our de- Fincst Pitching in Decade John Phillips, chief statistician of tiie Howe bureau of averages, said tiiat American league pitching in 1933 unquestionably w:is the finest m a decade. Cleveland, Washington and Detroit held their opponents to an average of less than four earned runs a game, whereas the average- for the entire eight clubs was only 4.28 as compared with 4 46 m 1932. In 1933, a total of 5183 earned runs was scored; in 1932 the total reached 5,477. Fewer paWs were issued and fewer batsmen hit hy wild pitches. Cleveland had the best earned run average with a rec- THL'nsilAV CKAIN OPEN CHICAGO, Dcc. 21 (-71; Open Close ' Close WHEAT-- Today Yesterday Yr. Ago Dcc 78 ;; May :. siu July 701.- CORN-- Dcc lra y ISii . .iO:,, .79 !i -SUi -SOU July , OATS-Dec , May July RYE-Dec May July BARLEY-Dec May July LAUD-Dec Jan. May . BELLIES-Dec Jan .-115i · 17 = 1 .40 = . .21 ,2oiJi .2754 .31 .31"; .32:1 . 4.42 . 4.82 .31 U .33 .33 .51'i .35 'A ·o7U .41 (- .46'i -I0!i 4.3U 4.45 4.83 4.50 0.00 .15 Wi -17V1 .30 .3'Jll .33 4.'12 3.87 3.9.1 Five games of the one-hit variety were pitched during- the season ^ B TMP T3 °f P e '~« h "rled twoi 'Thursday was the shortest day of e season and also, according to ;e calendar, the iirst day of winter iday the days will begin to get iger, the change the first few ys being only measifred in seconds til the first of the year when the iger periods between sunrise and nset will become noticeable. Vea City Is Winner of ; Sf ll],^' r r . I T ° nl BrW S- cs °f Detroit hurled two : Ot. John S Lage Contest whlle Oral Hildebrand or Cleveland BANCROFT, Dec. 21.--St. John's £? nny Alltn of New York and ;h school basketball team lost to WJutl °w Wyatt of Chicago pitched rea City high at Swea City Tues- |°"? eacl1 - H 'Webrand was the shut- y evening by a score of 27 to 26 Out artlst of th e year, blanking his cher for Bancroft was high point ° PP ° nen - six Umes - Tho hardest m with 22 points to his credit wor!cer wag AlvJn Croivder of Wash- lith for Swea City was credited m S ton . who pitched in 52 games th nine paints while Krumm for ^""'"g 21 to tie Grove but losing 'ca. City has,.eight The score at : half was'13"to 11 in Swea City's ror. The score was tied 11 times ring the gaine. The St. John's seconds lost to the ·ea City seconds by a score of 24 KANSAS CITV GRA1X :*»*£ 1» C iT. r Dcc - 2K '--'"-"·l.cat lit E'^H^"^ 1 ^---^" ««7^?;"^ ! £°-»li£% N °- 2 «" ir*?"' 4 l W r B ; '- Cent lo " er ' to 'i Cent 4iff«l K V ^ h " e bllui "5 421 'i°: NO S! «*«· NO ·?' 7 n -^" ow -'KS^lUc: bllllnE «iSSj«^»5 i^oW^i No - 2 ml " d erP"^ 2 ^ a "j,." nc ,". a "5??. '» '.« «nt low- 3. MIN'N'EAPOLIS ORAIV M1NNEAPOUS, DM. 21. M^Wheat' "00 car. cs a year RJO; l cent to.vlr Cn^r No. 1 n o r t h e r n 7 T H « i 8 0 K c - No l ?.* ?a^« rSn ,J S P ^ el " 7 8 « « S l K o ; i 4 prot" la'^WSH-c; 13 protein T S u s m V - i" prolcln 78M0B1540; No. 1 dirk hard Jroit TM£u "i° ln IW-fSVAv. lo arrive 78% g'SOWc; I^o. x umber durum 93H®07'.A? No. 2 amber durum (WffiSSSc- No 1 »,i $sn M74K 'i 9MBe! ccc: 7j!i = ; »«·«»?? Corn.' No. 3 yellow «.»J C Oats, No. 3 white 31!i®3i;jc. uotations Furnished by Wolf Bros Inc., 308 Fifth Street Southwest " HIDES orsehicJes *oor. ured beef hides Green beef hides .. . WOOL A T o. l clean bright... Senribright .· Mason City Livestock Rejects Mink Skunk Civet Red fox Opossum FURS 24c !b. ..23c lb. ISc lb. MASON' CITY, Dcc 21 JIOQS bteady to ao cents lower Beat sorted H B ht3 '. 200-20 « 7i Bat medium weight butchers 210-200 J 2 7 5 |"'J^=»vy butchera 260 . 3 SS « 56 ' · I t prlm , c , hcnv ^ "Utchers .. 300-350 52:10 ti,i ,£ s " mv3 "nooUl 300-350 S2.15 lest heavy sows, smooth . .. 350-100 J2.05 f M ? , " Vy sows ' ^ooth 150-500 51.85 Light lights, fair lo good (HO, 160, ISO) $2.00 J2.20 5=40 CATTLE Due to thc approach of thc holiday Mon- S^'US" 1 ! nl .' rkct ls s i°"- No calves win favorites.' Curb Market Ily early; market slow; few sales steers anu yearlings steady; asking stronger fop heavyweight she stock and bulls, mostly steady weighty heifers weak; stackers and feeders scarce; few good fed yearlings SS.75SJ5.25; medium kinds S3.40@4.50; beat heavy steers held above 54.75; good to choice heifers flC Ibs. upward J35J5; choice light weights un to $5.50; batcher cows $26"2.50; lop/ cutters and cutters ?151.75; medium bulls ?2.25@2.60; late Wednesday choice medium weight steers brought 55.25. calves 1.700; mostly steady; medium to choice 53g4 50- odd head $5. HOGS 8,000; fairly active. lo-15c higher; early bulk good to choice 160 to 275 Ibs. S2.90ST3; early lop 53 paid fr«ly by all tlteresta; some held higher; 275 to 325 bs. J2.705f2.9D; 130 to 1GO Ibs. 5240ft 1 2.80: killer plus S2fi.2.50; stock pigs mostly around $2 and down; early bulk packing ows lOc up at f2.20iS2.3D; average cost Vednesduy J2.70; weight 210 lbs. SHEEP .J.500; receipts mostly westerns; JOut 20 per cent feeders; no early action; nderlona steady to strong with Wednes- c I/" --v*... V E U I U U L S ay's average: Wednesdays bulk desirable ""('"J'owcr of the petroleums n t 1nmH- ft Vi. tVii-a n inn.r- .i._i f i Aiany lra«er.i Inrilroil f n * , STOCK MARKET IN QUIET MOOD General Tone Fairly Steady Despite Light Selling in Some Issues. NEW YORK, Dec. 21. UP)--The stock market was in a quiet mood today Although the general tone was fairly steady, a number of issues met light selling, U. S. Industrial Alcohol was Heavy, off more than 3 points. American Commercial Alcohol, Consolidated Gas and Celanese were easy. Steady to moderately higher prices prevailed m General Motors, du Pont, U S. Steel and Amcricnn Telephone. Transfers approximated 950 000 shares. ' Dullness ruled in the early hours and most of yesterday's growling bears failed to venture into the open. Whether they had already covered was a matter of discussion. There was little stock for sale, however, and also there were few traders who showed an inclination to reach for equities. The dollar remained on an even keel in foreign exchange dealings as the gold rate was again unaltered. Wheat and cotton, sagged and other commodities were undecided. Bonds were mildly mixed. Wall Street sentiment continued moderately optimistic despite the nervousness of some traders following the gyrations of recent specialty fa\ff\*4t,xr. " 'E\V VORK STOCKS , NEW YORK. Dec. 21. ., ,, j *tnal X u o l h t l o n s . ) Air neduc S9 1 /- AMeghany gi/ Al Ch l)yo 1421; Am Can Q3i, Am For Vow T«i Am Pow i \i 5}i Ir* 13'i Am Sleel Fd Am Sugar A T T Am Totj B Am Water W Anaconda Atchlsoti All Ret A u b u r n Aviation Corn B O 1091k 71 13!S 28 ii ·19% 651 22 Li Johns iianv Kennecolt Kresge LIB My B Loewa Lorlllard McKeas £ Rot, Mid Cont Pel M K T Mo Fac Mont Ward 12 V, 55 H 10 12 *i 82 20 1554 4 11 . 24 K 1251 84% 38 ft NEW YORK, Dec. 21. u^-The curb ha L,H m ' n j rrow market today after \Vcd curb haI esday's ahakeou.. ffraoing volume was sharply reduced and i,, mc ^ nfECS ,, at m o s t Ita «" 3 were limited £·««£ i C "° JM ; a!Kut ev " 11 r aMA ^ i"=1 ",F , antl |OTICS - s °TM! or tho ravor- dvanced ° PCn U " tU t h o aessi TM was w=« .,,,..... .,,,,,,,,; receivu inosny "usiernE; n^si, flnnllMI developed In Electric Bond about 20 per cent feeders; no early action; i ,Ti n n £. Hum and company. Cord corn- n r i a r N i n n c r n a i i . - !~ _ + ~ ~.m. T*.-., oration, Stienvln Williams and Amei-lcnn ,,.. ..'Mnesday, bulk desirable Su P e TTM'"- of llic nel^i,,TM, American at lamb: S6.7C; three loads choice fed ·csterns Jfi.eo lale. Bendlx Beth SU Borden.i --jrff Warn B u r r AOd Canada Dry Can Pac Caec Che3 o C N w O G W pfd c c M st p at p 4 CMSIP i P p(d 7 CRIP y Chrysler 49 Col G E Cmwlth Sou Cons Gas Cons Oil Contl Can Conll Ina Conll Mat Corn Prod Curtlss YVr Deere pfa Du Pont Eastman El Pow £ u Freeport Tex FO.T Film A Cen El Gen Foods Gen Motors Gllleltc Gob el Gold Dust Good rich Goodyear Grah Paige Gt Nor pfd Gt West Sug Hudson 111 Cent int Harv 34 U 20 i t Nail Blsc Wat c neg A Nat Dairy Nat Distill Nat IW t Lt N Y Cent NY NH 4 R No Atncr 4 No Pac 21 Oliver Farm 3 Packard 3 Penick Ford 57 22 « ·I CIS. IS 23 {J 816 317. 15 Penney Penn Phillips Pel Proc fc Gam P u l l m a n HCA - HKO Rem Rand Hep Sll 1H Ecy Tob E 3-1!S Scars Koc iO'.j Shell u 73S Kkelly ^3 ] A Socony Vac 50 Pac St Brands St G i B 51 Oil Cal St Oil N J Stew Warner Slonc web S t u d e b a l i e r 51 29 6S 2 10'. 731.1 11U sss 78 1 ,; 15 !i IS'A 20:, 6% 33 !4 ·1 24 ?i 40% 29 ·13-i 310 . - ..50c-$1.10 15c-30c 25c-50c WOOL MAJtKKT. Only a scailerod Irade. restricts.! tTM mr. f i I;TM 1 ' I," 1 " 111 ""' l3 ""'^ "eelTM, on K Sa^ combining domestic v,- uo u. Most ot the jra ; a ,- sssr^^-S S£^ tpt ^^lui^^a, luallty Is firm at fil-ss cenls. Strictly i1? M «S,»?''n,S! g i 'at W^". TM| K 8 PrSs ^^^"^SW"TM 1 Miscellaneous POTATO MAHKKT. CHICAGO. Dec. 21. (,iv-U. s deoart- mcnt. or agriculture-- neparc- PoUtoea G3, on track 214, total U S snipmcnls 476; about steady, supplies inod- Jwt*' ^ CrmanI , antl l»dlnB alow; lackedL p« cwt.: Wisconsin nmnd whites U. a No 1 IJS..KS3 'i-.? 5 ® 1 ' 351 most1y v-laoS.i.35; occasional higher; Idaho nissels u 3 No ' ir 0 «mi Cn **?*$ *TM k *1-80S'1.62%, mostlj' " "IS«^ 1CO: .«B«lar pack few grade Ji.-JO' EQieg Medium to good, yearling steers Choice corn fed steers ' Medium to good, corn ' gfadc cteers 900-1,000 .000-1,200 1,000-1,200 53.50-4.00 52.00-2.00 No demand for heifers 'and* jichi yearlings. Butcher cows, f a E r ' t o cood Cood to choice cowa .... " " " "K^ o'^ n ' Choice t 0 prime cows ......'."'.'. lliso'a*?!? Inferior canners Fair to good canners ....] I''ai r to good c utte rs Clood heavy cutters and grade beef cowa ..; I n f e r i o r light weight bulla * Common to f a i r bulls Fair to cooit b\i\ta . .! Good heavy bnl]3 Good to choice calves Medium to good cnlves Inferior and common calves Choice lambs $0.65-1.00 50.90-1.13 .'.....$1.25-1.50 low . . 51.10-1.65 51.25-1.50 $1.50-2.00 52.00-2.35 ....52.35.2SO OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA, Dcc. 21. CT)--U. S. department ' ayriculture-- HOGS P.OOO; early trade active, laler rade slow; 5-10c higher; top {3,05· hulk 70 to 270 Ibs. ¥2.90^3: numerous $2.80 Us refused; 270 to 350 Ibfl $2.751® 1 * 'JO; 0 to 170 Iba. 52.50^2.90; pigs mostly 52.25; packing BOWS $2.25^2.50; ataga $l.?fl @2; average cost Wednesday 52,7S, weight CATTLE 3,000, calves yoO; killing classes moderately active, fully steady; s tochers and feeders scarce, steady; fed steers and yearlings mostly S4.50®5.25; weighty stcera J5.25; medium weights $5.50; long yearlings S5.60; Helton 51.25 @ 5.25: lew lots $5.3505.40; bulk beef cows $2®2.60; odd head 52.75«)3; cutter grades $1.40^1,85; medium hulls 52.15 iff 2.35; practical top vealers $4.50. odd head to Independents $fi, SHEEP 5,500, lududlng 000 direct; supply mostly killers, lambs strong to I0-15c higher; sheep and feeders scarce, steady, bulk fed wooled lamba $7, top to shippers J7.15; sorted native lambs mostly 50.S5; fed clipped lambs $6; lipht ewe* eligible up to $3.25; bulk feeding lambs 50.35^0.50. KANSAS CITV T.IVKSTOCK. KANSAS CITY, Dec. 21. CfJ--U. 5. department of agriculture-HOGS 4.500; 2.000 direct; uneven, steady to lOc higher than Wednesday's average; closing wenk; top 53.20 on choice 180 to . y traders looked for a dull ma-lrct over the Holiday period. nia.kct I Bond Market int Kick can - 3S14 Tim Rol B Un Garb Un Pac Unit Air United Corp U S Ind Alco U S Rubber U S Steel , 0 . Wabash 2 ' Warner Plct *\: Wcsl El t Mfg 35: Woohvorlh .TO: Wrlgley 55 Yel Tr 35 1411 CHICAGO STOCKS Sr'^k^lf 6 f'^o^^el^'^- a-S®-- sHtV-"»5 Mhl W W B pf d £ ^"ty i"i ntl = 7 ^ ^^^A^?^ ^diy^rr^LS'^ur 1 .^ 1 w k * - - uck lambs $1.00 under grade quotatlona subject to maruet fluctuations. VORK SUCAIi. · 1 "»»'^ '"»* i/^it^ FLOtJR, aUNNEAPOLia. Dec. 21. {.T"'--Flour 1 - rr^rrn ^^rt^ss.^1 sy^.ssi; ^o b s. !i39 »' 5o: TM- OMAHA OMAHA, Dec. 21. . hard No. COURT TIPS (Continued From SporU vEOAT IVrnTTPT?Q r 10 ^ at Des Moine s two yeara ago ·fXl*J/i.U, J \ U 1 lUJlb against a class B team, Livermore ORIGINAL NOTICE (ho District Court of Inra In and for vs. ' nk G. Klllott, Defendant. Frank Q, Billot t: against a class B team, Livermore. No Mental Reservation; - Earl Hall, George A Patton and Don Gilbert -- S 'he name of jrmore high school in this article without any qualms of conscience or I mental reservations.) -- -- -...v= ,,. L110 o.cr* or me I 1 d ° n0t wlsh to take an y °£ the rl £L. :! our .. t of .tho 'move_ nam e 1 i county | B'ory away from the small town Lamson Brothers Market Letter EItMor you appear thereio and c. or %« on , °' U ' e " COIU1 day 't^^.r^o^/Jn' 1 £S* In Bald County, commencing on the I wn Wgh «hoo] team, but because Tf handicap it has in training: on a , 3Ma11 flor - thc lar er high schools mUCh better Basketball. ~Z - " ""\ Of our modem humor ob- day or January, 303-i, default wlJI be I *"* "·· ""* i*iuu^m j j ed against you ana judgment rendered serves a magazine critic, is ven p"tmonr Mrdan " wlt " lho pros " «* «dlsOc. You could drop off n ". c. couGiiLON. Attorney tor Plaintiff. lfl " -- -- --- M* vjf \Jii LilU istic part of it, and it would still (be true.--Boston Herald. GRAIN LETTER. ^f=^fTM£TMSS S? r r F TeSlrt ^ ----- eSfvtf- c "-'- 2Mr,o". Wa^ahown^In ^ S ^° s f3tne * No moisture «M^ QVer nlBlt a n j the ^recast f o r ° t h a t ' bringing .veg 130-1BO $4,00-1.no oloslngr wenk; top 53.20 on choice 180 to t\lves 130-190 53.flU-l.00 ' ^ 20 lba -' R°°d a ntl choice 140 to 1130 lbs, i m on S2.63fp3.10; 160 tu 380 lbs. $3®3.20; 180 to 53-00 do-rvn 2^0 lba. $3.05^3.20; 200 to 220 lbs. ^XIO^' JJIMBS 3.20; 220 to 250 ibs. ?3.0ft^3,20; 250 to 390 »JF. 530a.l5; 200 to 350 Ihs, 12.95^3.10; packing sows 275 to (ifiO Ibs. J2.1Q312..10; stock pifjB good and choice 70 to 130 Iba. $25T2,!iO. CATTM3 3,000; calves ROO: market gcn- crally ateaay; bulk of run fed alters and Ions yearlings; early top loriR yearUiign 5S.60; some held above J5.75. Stcnrfl, Rood and choice 550 to 900 lbs, $CG36.2. r : 000 to 1100 lbs. J4.75TTfi.25: 1100 to 1300 Ibs. 53.75®5.85; 1300 to 1500 Ib.H. 53.50'iT4.S5; common and medium fi50 lba. u p J2."5 l ff t ^-75; heSrers Kooa am] choice 550 in 000 Ibs. 54.35'{16: common and medium 550 lo 900 Ibs. 52.50 SI 4- 85; co-*fl Rood $2.50ft3; common nml nnftdlum 52^2,50; low culler ana cutter ^1,25^2: vealers (mlJk fed) medium, to choice $3^ : 0; cull and common J2 5?3;' slockcra and feeder steers, good anrt choice (all weights) 43.35f[Jo; common anil medium {all weights) 52(73.7.'J. SHKEI* 3,300; killing classes stendy; top fed lambs JT: Inmb.i KOCH! and choice (x) 80 ibs. down $6..*iO(I?7.10: common anrt me- (JJum 90 Ihir. doivti S-f.iiO'g'B.SO; good nnd chlce (K) 90 to DS Iba., blank: yenrllnR wethers medium to choice SO to HO lbs, 54 CTn.KO; ewe, 1 ;, poort and choice DO to 150 lbs. CU, C AGO HI ^r " V S?°S\ dc na r t meat of acricul'turc-- ' "" HOGS 23,000; IncludlUB 7,000 direct; falr- ne da ·"' r °" s lo 10 ° 1 "8' 1 =r than Wcd- J3.35; light llehts « . 6 0 f t 3 T ' p l E s J2®2 50^ racking sows mainly J2.35Sr2.65; light light) 3.10; tl e ht weight. ISO to 200 Ibs'.' ?2!90@ 3.35; m e d i u m welfiht, 200 lo 250 lbs., S3.^5 IT^.35; heavy wclGht. 250 lo 350 lbs 52 00 i: Backing _SOW.T._ medium and good, . and " .V le Iocal '" Tl,e boar,] well as Buenos Alrea will be closed Saturd'av and Monday. Winnipeg will be open SalurSay but closed -Monday and Tues.lay LlveVnonl l» lo be c!o»,l .Saturday, Monday and S- ivc' whlrlf a r | if l U ' ,'" ncM "' somc '""«"- b u y i n g sue." ' r "' 0re confl "«« »" «K unc'"arfT" TO ' ! '' ' S °" icil1 "Pot marlict Is B and jueacjy. Most grades have nil morning and cars of cen- particular, are brinslng C ood tmllr.ed, in premiums. ^·Rus--Fresh and sturaye eggs are weak ifflctilt to move at quotations. CU ar Comment--Action of the local butler and SE raarhels c o n t i n u e to hlnse more or T«, nv W ?' U r'i Cr .. :0 '" ! '' ac " 1 " '""' '" «»« e vtn£ of ?od,,Hnl I y ,,'" Wer K '« m !"lture 3 over th c gains. 'Ught lo register satisfactory price lOtt'A PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS EM ait'l oskerf on Dec. 21 Cent st E| 7 ofd (J25 pas) Cent st U L 7 pfd . . . D SI Gas 8 pfd (ISO par) D j; Can f pfd (fm par) .. interstate Pow 7 p(d Iowa Electric 7 pfd choice. 100 to'i3o"lbs! 52(iii P «?' CATTLE J.ooo: calves Jioob; weighty steers strong to 25c hl e her. fully 50 c higher for week on k i n d s sc.ilinp; 1,200 Ibs. upward; ] 0 n B yearilngs also firm to nicher hut ank and file light heifers and mised leanings weak to 25c lower; all she stock r.rm to higher, to being generally an active market on everything on light heifer ana mixed yearllnrjs recently selling at J6 don-n to J4; such kinds now bringing $5.50- dov.ii to S3; best long yearlings So 25- bli weight steers J5W5.35; slaughter cattle' and vealers: Steers, good and choice, 550 to 900 lbs., J5ii6.50; 900 to 1100 lbs.. S5®6.50- 1100 to 1300 lbs. J4.75S6.25; 1300 to 1500 1TM *?® 6; common and medium, 550 to 1300 lb,., S2.75W5.25; heifers, good an choice, 050 to 750 Iba., J4.25®6.50- com mon and medium S2.50gi4.2S: cowa, good S-- 75ft3.50; common and medium 52fB2 75 low cutter and cutler 51,35812; bulls ?y«ir lings excluded) good ( b e e f ) S2.75ft3.25 cutler, common and medium $2fi2.85; veal crs. good and choice. S4.25ffS.75: medium 53^4.25; cull and common J2.50jr3* stock «r and feeder cattle: Steers, good ant choice, MO to 1050 Ibs.. J3.7505; common and medium S2.503t3.75. SIIKE1' 10,000; fat Mmb, active, undertone stron K to 25c higher; best held toward *7.j; bids and few sales around 5725-ri 7.50; sheen f i r m ; feeding lambs scarce slaughter sheep and lambs: Lambs 00 Ibs down, good and choice, 7®7.65; ' common and medium, ewes, oo lo 150 lbs.. good and choice, J2.2 jfi 3.50; all weight* 1 , common and medium, ~ ~ 50 to 75 lbs.. d t . ly higher In the early trading. £^r^h£ Sn^^ir l^'S SZf'^sz *"S tourl Pacltic 5s. New York Cerflril - S^le^^-VeS'lbSS = : Tu.,c' 5"" 5S an1 """Sslowri SheTM and ,? 1cr TM a " is TM* !l f «rnlsiwa a a ,,hslanliui ^'ri^'^'S.^'-^v^VS SuS1 rC i tra nf "Si' SU'T^S ' Cc ' 2I - W)--Slocks First Banlc Slock 6" NortUwcst Baacomorat'lon 3.4. /·? v ,'; s "' E ' N " r TI "JSTS. (Dy Hie A-s.icl.TI(.,| I-,-,.) Bid and asked on Dec. ·n- Corporate Tr Sh .... · 12 Corporate Tr Sh AA Mo'd " ' ' i " l ·' ,, Corporate Tr Sh Ac Her 'm Corponite Tr Ac Sor Jtod' '.' a"»i Dividend Sh »" . . ^.-. Nutlonwide Sec vtc' Nor A m e r Tr Sh Nor A m e r Tr Sh 19;j Quarterly j nc Sh . Selected Am Sh Selected Cum Sh Selected Income sh ·· 3TM · Super Corp Am Tr A. """ 332 · B B H I *£TB A . !»* S El I. Pow B Vtc'!" .03 ... 1.11 ... 2.S7 ... 1.23 l [ 5a5 .. .. 2.22 1.32 2.43 6.25 3.07 1.33 1.12 3.73 1011 1.78 rlcs. li. S. UONi) o'v?TM' Y ?^ K ' , DBl; - 21 - W-Un o \ e m i n e n t bonils c^ac*!: Liberty 3|4H 100.12 Liberty FJrst 4 U s 101.11. Liberty Fourth IVi-s 101,21 Treasury 1(',5 17-52 105.5. Treasury 4s 4-1,^1 i 03 . Treasury 3H» -JO-J.1 June m.ll. Treasury 3Via .10-1!) 05.21 Treasury 3s 51-55 oi.s. TOLBDO SEKnS. TOLEDO, Dtc. 21. (.T!--Seeds unchanged. Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied bv LAMSON BROTHEK'S ANU co. Mason City Oifice In Bagley- BecU Building Telephone No '/ 10« Hud B M !lum!ilc OH K f a « Hud Pcnnrcmd Corn S 0 Ind S O Ky Un I, p ,v lambs (range) Ibs. blnnk. ,i choice riO to 7fl Ibs. blnnk. (x -- Quotations based on ewes and wetti- - J1.50f72.75; feeding and choice. S5.75 2 .;·, -in Iowa Electric .. pfd fair buyers, ait .f Ur wyiaW£\lE^ r '- rSr^on"-,^ ^^.Ku-.SSS i^rvsra, srjs.rs,.? s pf n rs^H^-e^n[ r r,n lu=hc! which l, hiBber than the nwembw ^ Elect Lt i Pow 7 pfit .' la Power Lt 6 pfa Ja Pub .Service 7 pfd . . la Pub Service G pfd .. la South Utll 7 pfd . . N W Bell Tel 6'.4 pfd United I-t A Rys 7 pfd United Lt t Rys 6 pM 45 sr, 30 105 31 28 59 r,o 40 3S 814 10S 31 30 A lot depends on Morgenthau. Yowzah. He holds a more responsible position than Sally Hand's fan. --Cedar Kapids Gazette. SIOIJ.Y CITY LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY, Dec. 21. I.T.-- U. S. department or agriculture-- CATTI.B 2,500: belter grade fed alee» nnd yearlings fairly active, strong; others mostly steady; fat she slock llllle changed; stockers and feedere moslly aleody: car choice around 1,000 lb. yearllncs JS.65- load S33 Jb. \velftit3 15.50; bulk HITS; srnnll lots fed heifers up to 15; most cows S2-5' 4, 4. ow cutt «= «nd cutlers chiefly JI.35 ^ ' f e w common and medium stocKera HOGS 10.500; opening; sloxv; Ecatlereil sales to shippers 5-10e hlBher; cany practical top J3; packase js.jo to city butcliera- mo t '"' "' !lt! ' l[a 8o111 at 52-OOO3; 12.95 down; sown mostly $2.25^2.50- feed- nr ^Iga Jl.50^2.25; ntrong welRhts 'up lo ,, V , JKK . P , 3' 000 : praclicall)- nothing done, ".'King nlgher for fat Limbs; other claises scarce, unchanged; choice wooled skins held feeXr.1 sal"""" 1 ^TM b!l e "EibIo around Jfl; and M U v e Inmba lale Wednesday 6 so TSflT- shorn lambs J6 down. ' ' oo, ST ' PAl:if ' "VESTOCB. SOUTH ST. PAUL. Dec. 21. (.!--u d e p a r t m e n t of agriculture-CATTLE 1,600; most classes In. light B era). LIVESTOCK FOUKCAST. CHICAGO. Doc. 21. Mt-- Olflcial estimated receipts tomorrow: Cattle, 15,000; hogs, 25,000: sheep, 10,000. . Representative Sales JOHN F. CLARK CO. MARKET INFORMATION 325 I. O. F. BId S . Phone 84S ,i.,«; ~:~"* ec CSK con'racts showed re-' slsWnce at tills ye.-ir's January lows There Snt"? r",' ni i, Pressllre - Experienced me" frnci onal ^ " f TM m h "* mlt " ""^ '= fractional where advances can he ^]zaM» J? SU H"H i 3 ' 0 '"' 3 ' al ° December rtecMnw^; for U TM'a.J S r,r;r eB ° f = l ° 8 Cen ' 3 tt JOM " cufren'f'^n^dVan 0 .' 1 co !' er '" B a "t enre ' 1 '" Am Gas Kt Am Sup Po\v Arlc N Clas A Can Marconi Klsler f:l El Bil Sh Ford Mo of Car. Ford Mo of Kng llecla A l l n J n p umcAno STOCKS Ben AvI Corp 11;; B u t l e r Bms Dorg-War Corp 18H Cord Company N W VOttK STOCKS A l u s k u Juneau jn;i Lambert Co Am Bunk Nolu 1:1% Liq Carb Corp Am Car fdy MI.; M,,cr : Track Am Roll Jlllla 17% M.ithieson Alk Am "I"'.., Co 13 7 "' "" S ""' d °" Am S t R Co .19 ·\m Tob 71 ,,,, 01.1 MeKesn Rolib Olfs sieel J C Penney Co 3314 33 20 ABSOC Dry Gds n ; i p, 1r |, v ,,,,, f . p - I ° v Baldwin Lo 11 p,, b Scr If K p , "': Barusdall oil A 8 entllBB c\i « -Bal-Coll Co r,ii. _ e r a A xr Co 21 Calif Packing 19 Com Credit i s i ; Conim Solvents .10'i Cont Oil 17^; Cream of \Vht 27 f i Curt WrlB pfd ,',J Cudahy Pack 37 Ft Natl Stores .11 Gt North Ore 10 .Simmons Co 15". So Callt Edison 3.1 Tex Par, f.and BS; Tide \Va oil Co (l' U s Ind Ale 101: U t l l P I, A 2; vanndliim ^Q 1 ' Union Oil Calif 13$ Un Gas a Imp l-t}: U T arren Bros Co 9 \Ve.itern Union 51 =^ CHICAGO, Dec-. 21. (..n--U. S. department of agriculture--Representative sales: irons. Heavy-- I/iRhts-- «l .101 3.20 SO ISli 3..f5 13 2S(i 3.20 K lSr 3.3(1 ;!i 203 3.23 S3 170 3.20 00 2r,l 3.30 76 102 3.00 .Vfcdlums-- Light Lights-70 245 3.30 -t." l. r :5 2,'JO :t.3U 80 112 2.73 3.35 03 231 216 201 Sleers- 20 27 23 6 10 . 735 1131 1277 1325 1402 1565 1050 SSO rATTl.K. Heifers-- fi.3."i 10 G.2f, T 6.00 16 ".7. r . B 5.35 Con S.1S 6 1.50 22 4.00 10 SSI 8ir 732 1IOS If: S3 OSl 705 snr.KT. T-ambs--7 Clipped Lamt 89 7.fio 238 S4 91 7.50 Yearlings-- Z61 87 7.40 30 113 -10 8f 7.35 Ewes- Fed Westerns-- 11 245 86 7.50 120 02 02 7.40 11 38 35 7.23 5.00 1.65 3.50 3.00 2.25 1.35 1.50 6.25 5.00 3.25 S.75 1.30 Three Games Played in Y.M.C.A. League on Wednesday Night Billnmn's defeated State Brand d!) to 17, Decker's won by 31 to 20 from Y Seniors and Diamond Bread spilled Hamilton's by 41 to 14 in o n the ^. H. C. A. basketball Wednesday evening-. Connally, Diamond Bread center with 15 points, was high, closely trailed by Cordle, Eillman forward. with .., ST. n i U K D -- 1 7 li ft r Schnprr f 2 1 1 Siller f n. JoHnjnn f 0 0 1 Cordte f \\. J n h n u n n c J 2 3 Lotertxiur S 3 0 a _, " O K 0 (I 0 illllmnn g BII.LSIAN'S--3!) It ft t K ft I . 7 0 1 Bromrfr Rrndy Cresco Opens Season WithDubuqueMatmen CRESCO, Dec. 21._Tlic Cresco wrestling team was to meet Di buque on the local mat Thursday evening:. Coach Bartelma haa been working hard to fill each class with capable performers to replace thc seven veterans who were graduated last spring. Several new boys have been showing up well and unotlubt- erily will give a good account of themselves in netiml competition Following is the wrestling schedule for the Cresco team: ,1 ^ ^ 1 0 1 2 1 2 Tolnlii ' DECKER'S--3L 7 3 1 TutaU v SE.vions--2i Mrs. T. A. Burke Is Improving at Hospital The condition of Mrs. T. A. Burke, 28 Pennsylvania avenue southeast, vas considerably improved Thursday, according to her husband, Dr. Jurke. She has been confined at the Mercy hospital since Sunday, when he was taken seriously ill. Miller t Helm I -Srherf f Hughes c K n n f m n n Tolali in ft t B ft C Schcrf f 1 0 I) Tliru r 1 0 0 narnea f 4 l 4 Ilnncl c 4 I a Simmons 0 0 4 Took x Hrtmn g 15 112 Totals fit (t f 0 1 0 1 0 I 1 0 1 ) 2 1 0 1 0 -1 1 1 3 2 1 0 H 4 S Dec. 21-- Ilubtiqnc, hire. Jan. ID-- E. tVntrrloo, here. Jan. 2(1 -- New IlLtniptnn, here. Feb. J-- Clarion, lirri.. Frh. 8-- Nriv f l a n i p t o n , Ihere I-Vh. JB-17-- nislrlcl m f r l . ftti. 23-24-- Slate meet. 5I5t Conknian f l^nnnn 1 I l n v U r Connnlly c Tompklns c TotaU fit ft f « 1 I) 0 u u 1 1 1 7 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 HAMILTON'S--14 Ilnnilllon f Slnihrn I Alll.irrn c Grolli 2 0 4 0 0 (1 a 1 1 0 1 0 - o :· o o ii 0 0 0 6 'J 7 CASH ONLY Franklin County Coal Ijirge Lump Ton Guaranteed None Better In Illinois--Stove Sire 57.25 Wolf Bros. I'Jiono 11,18

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