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TWJBNTY-TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 12 ·§ 1935 HOGS 10 TO 20 HIGHER AT CHICAGO ADVANCE BEST ; FOR OVER WEEK Reports of Improved Demand for Dressed Pork in East Stimulus. . CHICAGO, JP--Reports of an tm. ', proved demand in the east for · dressed pork and a steady market 1 locally sharpened competition for a ,' meager supply of hogs Thursday i and prices ruled 10 to 20 cents · higher, the best advance in more | than a week. ,' The top price was pushed up a i dime to $10.75 and in some heavy 1 hogs sold 25 cents above prices that prevailed for these Wednesday. The , trade had only 10,000 fresh hogs, 25 i per cent arriving direct. ' Light loins have been getting the I best of the advances in the whole', sale trade and this enabled pro: ducers of 160 to 220 pound hogs to collect 40 to 50 cents premiums over ; prices paid for heavier butchers. ! Light loins wholesale quotations · were 19 to 21 cents a pound here. · Wednesday's average weight of ' hogs was 250 pounds, indicating the , presence of a large percentage Of ' heavy animals. 1 Shippers' demand for better grade cattle fell off and prices of these , weakened. Lower grades, however, : were firm to 15 cents higher but ' they sold mostly at $9 downward. A few strictly choice light yearling «teers brought as high as $11.50 but there were not many animals of this kind available. Indications were that lamb prices would rule around 10 cents lower in the bulk of selling, early bids showing this decline. Hog Markets Mason City Livestock MIDWEST HOCS HOR prices at midwest markets Thursday: WAXKKLOO-- HOES C-10 cents higher. Good to choice MO-150 Ibs. 58.75SU.05; 150- ir.O ]t». $938.30; ISO to 180 Ibs. $9.50'9.80; 180-250 Iba, S3.75910.05; 250-270 Ib5. $9.55 @9.85: 270-290 llts. $9.35(39.65; 260-325 Ibs. $9.203'9.50: 325-350 Ibs. $9.0509.35; packing sows 275-350 Ibs. $8.50(38.80: 350- ·129 Ibs. $S.30©8.60; 425-550 Ibs. S3.154» S.-13. CEDAK BAPIDS-- Good hogs 150-160 IbB. $9.0589.30: 160-170 IDs. S9.30®9.55: 170180 IbS. 59.55SJ9.80; 180-230 Ibs. $9.85® 10.10; E3,'-250 Ibs. $9.809)10.05: 250-270 Ibs. 59.55®9.80; 270-290 Ibs. J9.40®9.65; 290-325 Ibs. J9.25@9.50; 325-350 IbS. 59.10 ©9.35; good packers 275-350 Ibs. $8,55© 8.80; 350-425 Ibs. $8.35@»8.60: 425-500 Ibs. SS.15@S.40; 50U-550 Ibs. J7.95@8.20. OTTUMWA--10 cents higher; 140-150 Jbs. S8.80S8.10; 150-160 Ibs. S9.10®9.40; 160-180 Ibs. S9.50@i9.80; 180-200 Ibs. 59.80 @10.10; 220-250 Ibs. $9.70010; 250-270 Ibs. $9.50®9.80; 270-280 Ibs. $9,10@9,70; 290-325 Ibs. 59.20QI9.50; 325-350 Ibs. $9.10© 0.40; 350-400 Ibs. $8.90319.20; packers 275350 Ibs. SS.S09S.90: 350-425 Ibs. JS.4tS S.70: 425-450 Ibs. $8.2015)8.00. AUSTIN--Market 5-15C higher; good to choice, ISO to 250 Ibs. 59.75SJ10.05; 250 to 290 Ibs. 59.45®9.75; 290 to 350 Ibs. 59.15® 9.45; packing sows, good, · 275 to 550 Ibs. $8.20 ® 8.90. COMBINED HOG BECEU'TS. DBS MOINES, UP)--U. S, department of agriculture-Combined hog receipts at 20 concentration yards and 9 packing plants located In interior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 24 hour period ended at 8 a- m. Thursday were 15,200 compared -with 16,100 a week ago and 17,300 a year ago. General market fairly active, E to Iflc higher than Wednesday's average. Instances 15c to 20c above early Wednesday on heavy butchers; loading slightly heavier. Quotations follow: Light lights, 140 to 160 Ibs. good and choice, $8.95@9.60; light weights 160 to 180 Ibs. $9.55®10.05; 180 to 200 Ibs. $9.806(110.30; medium weights 200 to 220 Ibs. S8.80@M.30r 220 to 230 Ibs. $9.75® 10.25; heavy weights 250 to 290 Ibs, $9.40® 10.10; 290 to 350 Ibs. S9.15O9.SO; packing sows 275 to 350 Ibs., good, 58.60(5)9.05; 350 to 425 Ibs. 58.40IJ8.85; d25 to 550 Ibs. $8.20 " 1.70. WHEAT MARKET CLOSES NERVOUS Huge Export Purchasing i: Canada Leads to Buying at Chicago. .CHICAGO, UP) -- Huge export purchasing of .Canadian wheat fo Europe led to flurried speculativ demand at times Thursday in Cbi cage, and to maximum gains of 1^ cents. It was estimated the Canadian government Thursday and Wednes day had sold a total of 4,000,000 bushels of its wheat holdings for shipment overseas. Enlarged fcrans- Atlantic takings of wheat from Canada were ascribed mainly to uncertainties over chances of untoward military developments ahead. Wheat closed nervous, % -114 above Wednesday's finish, May 51-00%-%, July 90#-%; corn %-% up, May 60%; oats %-% advanced and provisions unchanged to a rise of 17 cents. MASON CITT--For Thursday HOGS Ten cents higher. Good light lights 140-160 58.75- 9.05 Good lights 160-lSd $9.40-9-71 Good light butchers ... 180-200 59.70-10.01 Good light butchers ... 200-220 S9.70-10.00 Good mcd. wt. butchers 220-250 J9.70-ly.00 Good mod. TVL butchers 250-270 $9.50- 9.8( Good'med, wt. butchers 270-290 59.35- 965 Good heavy butchers .. 290-325 S9 20- 9 5( Good heavy butchers .. 325-350 59.05- 9.31 Good heavy butchers .... 350-400 S8.85- 9.1! GOOd packing sows ... 275-350 $8.55- 8.85 Good heavy sows ..... 35ij-425 $8-35- 8.65 Good big fcy. sows ..... 425-550 58.20- 8.50 Good big hy. sows 550 and up $8-00- S.30 (The above is a io:so trucH hog market for good and choice hoga. The difference In jjrice la for short and long haul hogs.) CATTLE. Steers, good to choice ...... { 7.75- 8.75 Steers, medium to good $ 6.00- 7.50 Steers, fair to medium TM.... $ 4.50- 6.00 Eeifers, good to choice $ 5.50- 6.50 Heifers, medium to good S 4.75- 5.50 Heifers, common to medium .. s 4.00- 4.75 Cows, good to choice ,._,...,, ? 4.25- 5.00 Cows, fair to good TM $ 3.75- 4.25 Cows, cutters S 3.25- 3.75 Cows, canners 5 3.00- 3.25 Bulls, heavy ....,, ,, 54.50-5.50 Bulls, light $ 3.75- 4.50 Calves, gd. and choice 130-190 5 6.50- ;.0o Calves, med. to good 130-100 $ 5.00- 6.00 Calves, infer, to com. 130-190 $ 5.QO down LAMBS. Lambs, good to choice .. 70-90 ( 7.50- 8.50 Lambs, medium to good ...... S 6.00- 7.00 Lambs, fair to medium $ 4.50- 6.50 Common to fair ? 4.50 down readings, good to choice 70-90 S 7.00- 9.00 readings, med. to good "JO-BO $ 5.00- 7.00 Yearlings, fair to medium .... S 4.00- 5.00 Culls ... $ 4.00 down Native ewes, good to choice ... $ 2.75- 4.00 Cull ewes .... S 1.50- 2.50 Bucks S 1.00- 2.50 Wethers, 2 years old _...*.... S 6.00- 7.00 Wethars, poor to best ......... % 4-00- 7-00 Buck lambs Si le^a. No dork on lames. Quotatloss subject to market fluctuations. SIOUX CITT LIVESTOCK. (Thursday Market) SIOUX CITY, LrPJ--U. S. department or agriculture-CATTLE 3.000; slaughter steers, yearlings and she stock about steady; stockers and feeders less active, little changed; few packages fed yearlings and heavy beeves up to S9; bulk $7.25 up; ]oad lots fod heifers 57.40; few choice 58; most beef cows 54.50(fr5.50; cutter grades mainly 53.50@4.25; few desirable light stocker steers up to S7.25. HOGS 5,500; fairly active to shippers on weights under 215 Ibs.; mostly I0-15c higher top 510.15; better 170 to 215 lb. butchers 510 ©10.10; 140 to 170 ib. weights $9.50rftlO packers bidding J9.90 down on heavier butchery; sows $8.85S?9; feeder pigs up to $9.50, SHEEF 6,200; no early bids; undertone lower; buyers talking 50c off on Iambs around 59.75 for beat; fat ewes held around 55.50; feeders scarce; late Wednesday Iambs 25-50c higher; top $10.25; bulk S10@10.25. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN. (Thursday Market) CHICAGO, Of)--Cash wheat: No, 3 tec tough $1.03; No. 2 mixed $1.07; No. 3 mixed $1.03. Corn: No. 3 mixed 60c; No. 4 mixed 57® 57^c; No. 5 mixed 55 (£57 »-'·:· No 4 yellow 57©5Sc; No. 5 yellow 54u57^c; No. 4 white 59Vic; No. 5 white 54^@58c; sample grade Oats: No. 2 ·hlte 32c; No. 3 white 30c; No. 4 white 25@2Gc; sample grade S.'25c. No rye. Soybeans: No. 2 yellow 82QS3c; No. 3 yellow 79@80c; No. 4 yellow 76^St79c nominal Chicago; sample grade 67£l£73 Barley: Actual sales SOftSBc; feed nominal, malting 40@88c nominal. Timothy seed: S3.05 cwt. Clover seed: S12.5022 cwt. Lard, tierces S10.72; ooee $10.lo- bellies $14.77, Mason City Grain CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. (Thursday Market) CHICAGO, u*V-U. S. department ot agriculture-- HOGS 10,000. including 2,500 direct; fairly active; mostly 10-20c higher than Wednesday's average; instances 25c higher on heavies; sows 10-15c higher; top 510.75; 160 to 250 Ibs. $10.40^10.70; 250 to 300 Ibs. S9.90 (£10.10; 300 to 350 Ibs. S9.75@9.90; 140 to 160 Ibs. S10.25mo.65; sows $9@950. ^CATTLE 6,00"0; calves 1,500; better grade fjfd steers and yearlings slow, weak; lower grades firm to 15c higher, kinds selling at $9 downward; strictly choice light yearling steers up to Sil.50 but little here of value t(j sell above $10; best weighty offerings S10.50; heifers firm; best yearlings 58.35; cows firm; bulls and vealers steadv; weighty sausape bulls 56; light vealers 57@8; selects selling up to S9; stockers and feeders active at $6.50 to 58. .SHEEP 17,000; lambs opening slow, indi- catioHs around lOc lower; most medium and light weights with heavy lambs promising to sfcow more decline; early bidding on more dgsfrabJe weights of strictly good and choice grades S1G.10@10.20; choice fresh shorn fed iambs ?8.35; sheep extremely scarce, strong; test native ewes 55.75, KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK. (Thursday Market) ,KANSAS CITY, OT)--U. S, department of agriculture-W HOGS 2,000; 450 direct; strong to lOc high- «c than Wednesday's average; top 510.35; de- sfj-able 170 to 250 Ibs. mostly sio.l5@10.25; fe,w 510.30; 260 t o 325 Ibs. S9.85@10.20; bet- tej grade 140 to 160 Ibs. S9.90@10.25; sows S8.50®9; stock pigs 59.25 down. CATTLE 2.000; calves 500; killing classes b£ cattle steady to strong; spots 10-15c higher^ on fed steers; vealers and calves fully steady; stockers and feeders scarce, unchanged; good light weight steers 5S-85; strong weight Californias held considerably higher; bulk early sales fed steers 57.25® S.yO; yearling heifers UP to $8.35; butcher cows S5@5.75; low cutters a nd cutters 33.25 @4.50; selected vealers ?9. SHEEP 3,000; lambs mostly 15-25c lower; odd lots sheep steady; best'fed lambs offered S9.S5; most sales S9.605?9.85; odd lots natives dowa from S9.50; shearing ismbs 59,40g:9.60; clipped lambs 57.60. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. (Thursday Market) OMAHA, UP)--U. S. department of agricul- ure-- HOCS 8.000. including 100 direct; very ac- ive on light weight butchers, strong to most- y 10-15c higher than Wednesday; bids and ales of other weights steady to lOc higher, letter grade ISO to 230 lb. butchers $9.90® 0.20, mostly S10@10.20; better grade ISO to 230 lb. butchers $9.90®10.20, mostly §1U@ 10.20: top to shippers S10.25 sparingly; 230 MASON CITY-- For Thursday No. 3 yellow corn . . , ........ . . .^6c No. 4 yellow corn .............. 44c Ear com ... ............ .... .4Qc White oats, No. 3 ...... ...... Feeding barley ........ , ,, .2o-35c No. 2 yellow soybeans ........ 65c THURSDAY GJLUA' CLOSE. Stock List NEW XOKK STOCKS. NEW YORK. £/!';· Air Reduction 183 Al Chum Dye 18414 Amn Can 123 Amn Sm Ref 79-X Amn Sugar 03 H A T T Amn Tob B Amn Wat Wko Anaconda Atchison Auburn Aviat Corp B O Earnsdall Bend Aviat Beth Steel Borden Borg Warner Can Dry Can Pac Case C £ N W 169 9054 2111 33 X 75 4814 714 5414 27 79 S 128 ; G W C H S P P B I P Chrysler Col G B Com Solv Comwlth Sou Gas Cons Oil !ont Can Cont oil Del Corn Prod Curt Wright )eero pfd Du Pont Gen Elec Gen Foods Gen Mot :lllette Goodyear 11 Cent :nt Har nt Nick Can : T . T Fohns Man Kennecott iresse Lib O P Loews Maytag McKess . Rob Mid Cont Pet Mont Ward Morrell Murray Corp Nash Natl Else Natl Cash Reg: Natl Dairy Natl Mst 20% Natl Pow LI 16% N Y Cent 2414 Nor Pac Oliver Farm J C Penney Penn R R Phillips Pet R C A Rep Steel Key Tob 9 Sears Roe Shell Union Soc Vac So Pac Stand Brands S O Cal S O Ind S O N J Stew Warn Stone Web .Studebaker Swift Co Texas Corp Tex Gult Sul Tim Roll B*ear 38% Un Carb 34% Un Pac Unit Air Unit Corp Unit Drus U S Gypsum U S Rubber U S Steel Wamcr Pict 19 ti 19 'A 33 v4 2T 24 11 31% 1214 17% 21% 3 33 14% 79 35 % 72 8% 29 % 17 1574 116 33 61 S 32 45 37% 63% 20 '.i 10 % I2H 23% 36% 35 »1 67 % 83 132 29% 7 14 % 103 H 24 61% 11 West El MfE 113',i 2254 SB'S Woolworta Wrlgley CHICAGO STOCKS (Thursday Final Quotations CHICAGO, N W Bancorp Quaker Oats Swirt Co Swift Jntl Utility Ind Zenith lilies Service 4% Heilmann Br Co 11% atz Drug 3-1V, cllogc Switch 100 lbby McNeil 8% atl standard 39 50% 10% 133 23H 321,1 Hi 16 K Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck Bldg-. Telephone No. 7 STOCKS SUFFER HEAVY SELLING Numerous Leaders Depressed 1 to 3 or More Points Before Steadying. NEW YORK, (/B--The stock market encountered heavy selling Thursday which depressed numerous leaders 1 to 3 or more points before steadying-. At the beginning- of the final hour selling had lessened considerably and the list was a shade up from the day's lows. Active issues on the offside included U. S. Steel, Bethlehem, General Motors, Chrysler, J. I. Case, WeEtinghouse, Douglas Aircraft, Sears Roebuck, American Tobacco "B," American Telephone. Santa Fe, Southern Pacific and Western Union. Amerada Corp., one of yesterday's bright spots, dropped 5 points, but resistance was shown in other on shares. Standard of New Jersey was more than a point higher. The late tone was heavy. Sales a p p r o x i m a t e d 2,700,000 shares. The principal foreign exchanges were lower in terms of the dollar. Bonds were easy. Foreign developments tended to overshadow the work at Washington on the new tax bill, but there seemed to be little apprehension over the passage of a revenue measure that will unduly handicap industry. The consensus was that business will continue to make a favorable showing during the coming weeks of seasonal influences. CHAPTER 38 Sherman Gordon and Thora Dahl were sitting in his machine at his farm. "No," in a somewhat hesitating manner, Sherman was telling Thora Curb Market to 270 I . S9.70@10; 270 to-320 Ibs. S9.50fn 9.90; 320 to 350 Ibs. S9.20@9.65; 150 to 180 Ibs. S9.70@10.ZO; 130 to 150 ibs. S9.25i 9.85; medium to good 17Q to 250 Ibs. S9.50C 9.90, good sows strong to lOc higher, 5S.90 9; butcher kinds to $9.15; stags SS£9; stron weight stock pigs $8.75@9; average cos Wednesday $9.70, weight 255. CATTLE 5, 500 ; calves 500 ; slaughte steers and she stock slow, about steady cept plain light heifers active and full steady; bulls weak; vealers weak to 50c low er; stockers and feeders in lifiht supply, ful steady; fed steers and yearlings 57.25; 8.75, two loads of strictly good to choice 130 lb. steers $10.15; heifers $6.2597,65; bill beef cows 54.75^5.75; odd head S6@6.. cutter grades S3.50C"4.50; few light kind 53.25; bulls $5@5.50; odd head S5.60@5.75 practical top vealers $7.50; {ew lots of stocl ers $6.25557.25. SHEEP 10,000; including 700 direct; sa able supply one load wethers, one load ewes balance fed wooled lambs; all killers; lam market not established; early bids around 5C lower, asking steady: sheep weak, feede: steady; early bids fad wooled lambs S9.5Q 9.75; bulk held 510 and above; best fed ewi held above S5.75; good and choice feedin lambs quoted 58.25^9,15. WHEAT-May July Sept CORN-May July May July Sept. High 1.01 .61 '/f. 28 '.it .28 CHICAGO, (3l .83% .60% .60% .60% LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO, (.¥1--Official estimated receip Friday: Cattle, 2,000; hogs, 10,000; fiheep 12,000. Representative Sales (Thursday Market" CHICAGO. Ms--V. S. department of agn culture--Representative sales: Heavy-56 32 52S 26 SODIH SI. PAUL LIVESTOCK. (Thursday Market) SOUTH ST. PAUL, V/P)--u, S. department Ot, agriculture-CATTLE 1.600; slaughter steers stronc to £5c higher; buyers resist advance: heifers «carcc, sharing upturn; cows fully steady, fipou higher; bulls about steady; medium to good fed steers $6.50:58.40; comparable beifers S6(S7.50; beef cows mostly S4.503' S.50; few best to S6; low cutter and cutter cows S3.50e4.23 freely; most sausage bulls S5®5.50; stockers and feeders scarce, bulls steady; common to scon steers S5,£7; calves, t.OOO; fully steady: strictly good to choice 57 02S; medium grades down to 56- cull to common S4®5.50. HOGS 2,500; fairly active, unevenly 10-20c higher than Wednesday; better 160 to 240 Ibs. S10®10.40; some held higher; odd lots 240 lo 280 Ibs. 59.50^10; heavier weights down lo S9.25 and under; 'packing sows S8.855J9; fat killer piss up to S10.25: average cost Wednesday $9.78, weight 237 Ibs. SHEEP 1,300; run includes four loads fed Iambs, balance natives; no early action on slaughter classes: buyers talking 25-40c low- e r - o n fftt lambs, held for steady terms; undertone around steady on other classes: package 145 ]b. solid mouth bred ewes to country S5.50: bulk fat lambs Wednesday S10 (j'10.10; fat ewes $5@5.50. 347 321 305 2SO U 252 Mediums-38 237 45 229 63 216 ·14 207 HOGS. Lights 9.85 31 9.90 29 10.00 54 10.25 29 10.50 Light Lights-- 184 192 19S 233 510 182 993 1369 1277 1227 1214 1181 1080 762 S6 92 900 103 100 106 SG 12 10.40 16 10.50 12 10.65 10.75 CATTLE Heifers 11.50 36 10.65 28 . 10.25 2.f 9.85 31 9.25 8.65 S.OO 7.50 COWG- 4 8 3 145 156 160 676 77S 802 760 1204 1080 865 820 812 SHEEP Yearling! 10.35 116 10.25 2114 10.25 120 10 15 Ewes-10.00 ?. 9.85 6 9.75 128 68 90 92 1211 148 98 10.4 lO.i 10.6 10. 10.3 10.5 10.65 8.50 S.OO 7.60 725 6-75 6.50 6.00 5.25 4.75 3.S5 9.25 S.50 S.OO 5.75 5.50 4.50 Hides and Furs Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros,, Inc., 308 Fifth Street Southwest HDRSEHIDES Horsclildu - 53.00 ·GREEK BEEP HIDES Dp to 25 Ibs ,, 25 to 45 Ibs _ _. 50 More than 60 Ibs. , .6c Bull nicies ...._.,.._.......,. 3c ·Cured hides half cent more a pound. (On above prices a cent higher to wholesale dealers Irj wholesale Jots.) WOOL MARKET. (Thursday Market) BOSTON, WJ--u. S. department of asri- ulture-- A few inquiries were received for 64s and finer territory wools. The available supply was small, and the limited quantities sold brought around 90 cents scoured basis for bulk average fresh combing and around 86-8S cents for bulk short French combing wools in original bags. Demand was confined almost entirely to wools available for immediate delivery. ·50 Ti .36?, ·36 it RYE-May July Sept BARLEY-May LARD-Mar May 10.S2 July 10.80 Sept 10.57 BELLIES-Mar May 10.75 10.75 10.50 Clos 1.00 .90 .61 .61 .27 .27=" -27 v .56; .561 .56)- 10.72 10.82 10.SO 10.57 14.80 14.45 MIMMGAPOUS GBAIN (Thursday Market) MINNEAPOLIS, (jpi--wheat as cars 18% cents higher: No. l heavy dark north em spring 60 Ibs. $1.25=1, ffil.34%; No- dark northern 59 Ibs 51.23"*; ftl 33% · Ibs. Sl.21% @!1.32S; No. 1 hard SCon'tan 14 per cent protein $1.22%$1.24K; to rive 51.21SJfil.23S; grade of No. 1 dar hard or No. 1 hjird Montana winter £1 053 «1.11; to arrive S1.04%@1.10%; No. ' hard amber durum $1.15@1.24; No. 1 i durum 84c; 3fay SI. 05%; July 51.03^ Sept. 93 Sc. Corn, No. 3 yellow 60V-^61V-c. Oats, No. 3 white 26928C. ton KANSAS CITY GRAIN (Thursday Market) KANSAS CITY, I.PI-- wheat 53 cars; unchanged to ] .A cent higher- No. 2 dart hard $1.13; No. 3, «.«8K; No. 2 hard 51 0 @1.13; No. 3, 51. 03 H ® l,OS!i ; No 2 51.04; No. 3, S1.02@l.03!i. Corn 31 cars; unchanged to y. cent high er; No. 2 white 69g;71ii nom.; No 3, 6 ®69c nom.; No. 2 yellow 66@67«.c nom. ko. 3, 65@66% nom.; No. 2 mixed 64 nom. ; No. 3. 63V-@65c nom. ' Oats 4 cars; unchanged' to 1 cent higher No. 2 white 27S@29c nom.; No. 3, 26@ Public Utility and Industrial Stocks Quoted by A. M. Schanke and Company, Telephone 1800, Mason City. 234 9S ' 9s is 25 30;t 52 53 73 Bid and asked Thursday -Cent St El 6 pet pfd (525 par) 13 Cent St El 7 pet pfd ($25 par) 14 Cent St P L 7 pet pfd .... 16% Charaplin Ref la 7 pet pfd .. 75 Jreamery Package com ... ___ learst Cons A .. ......... .. ..... Geo A Hormel A pfd .... ...... ^eo A Hormel B pfd .. ___ . ... 5e° A Horme] com ....... ... nterstate Pow 6 pet pfd ...... ntcrstate Pow 7 pet pfd ...... owa Elee Co 6K pet pfd .... owa Elec Co 7 pet pfd ........ a Elee Lt £ Pow 6 pet pfd . . a Elee Lt Pow 6 ] .£ pet pfd a Elec Lt Pow 7 pet pfd . . 76 a Pow t Lt 6 pet pfd ........ 10,1% a Pow Lt 7 pet pfd ...... 303 a Public Serv 6 pet. pfd . ..... S9 a Public Serv e 1 ,^ pet pfd .. 90 a Public Serv 7 pet pfd ...... a South Util 6 pet pfd ...... South Util 6»i net pfd .. South Util 7 pet pfd ...... linnepota P L 6 pet pfd . . linnesota P L 7 r»ct jjfd . . Northern St Power 6 pet pfd %'orthern St Power 7 pet pfd W Bell Tel 6.£ pet pfd .. 116 W St Portland Cement . ..... 24 Rath packing 6 pet pfd ........ 95 £th Packing 7 pet pfd ...... 100 ioux City G i El 7 pet pfd 88 'aited Lt £ P.ys 6 pet pfd .... ·nitcd Lt Rys 6.36 pet pfd Jnlttd Lt Rys 7 pet pfd .. rcstern Grocer pfd ........ i'cstciri Grocer com .« ....... 15 16 17 H 100 98 20 34 95 63 64 68 S2 92 79 34 68 69 76 78 101 !4 105 91 92 G5 66 70 34 94 81 S6 119 25 100 102 90 70 71 7S 86 IN TOP SHAPE SAN ANTONIO, Tex.--If prac- ice makes perfect, young Bud Haey, Chick's southpaw, should have big season with the Pirates. He pent the whole winter playing in -xhibition games and keeping in ondltion and now is getting plenty attention from Mana.ger Pie raynor. DOW JONES AVERAGES Incls. Balli CUIs. 153.40 47.20 31.44 otal Sales - 2.920,000 CHICAGO STOCKS Sutler Bros 'JK Marshall Fields 17 Cord Corp 6^ Walgreen Co 311i Kalamazoo stov 61 '.i NEW YORE CURE Am Gas Elec 3854 Hud B M £ S 24"i Am Cyanamid B 37 Humble Oil Co 72% Am Su Pow Co 2% Lockheed 9Vi Ark Nat Gas A . 6K Niac Hud Pow 9!4 Asoc G El A 1% NilcE-E'em-Pond 41% Can Ind Alk 10 Pennroad Corp 4% Elslcr Elec 3'a S 0 Ky Co 20% El Bd Share 1811 .Un Gas Co 75i Ford aro of Eng 25'i Un LI Pow Co 4% Ford Mo of can SS Util P Li Co 2 NEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 14T? Hupp Motors 2% Allegheny 3% Am Bank Note 4814 Am For Pow 7U Am Cry Sue Co 21 Ii Am C Fy Co 3-1% Am Pow Li 9% Am Eoll'g Mills 29'.i Am Ra S Co 21% Amer Tob Co 90 te Armour Co 6 Armour Co pf 81 At! Ref 30% 14 S 92 NEW YORK. UPl--Persistent selline Thursday in the curb market forced shares lower by fractions to around 2 points in most sections of the list. Standing against the trend were several mining shares which advanced a bit, or mained unchanged in early dealings. Included In the gainers were Wright Hargrcaves and Lake Shore Mines. Aluminum company of America, Gulf Oil. Great Atlantic and Pacific and Bridgeport Machine were among Issues josins most. The lower trend on the stock exchange contributed to the Inability of curb stocks to hold their best. "I didn't bring you out here to tell you that you are a wonder . . . exactly. But there was something, i fancy I'm going to be rather dumb about it. I know I am. I hope you'll try and . . . you know . . . understand." "I'll try," Thora promised. Amusement lighted her blue eyes. This was not like the suave Sherman Gordon. "Especially," she added, "if you'll tell me what it is." "Sure. I'm worried. That's what's the matter ... on two counts. I felt I could tell you about it. That I must." Tbora wondered instinctively if he were going to say something about Wilma. Perhaps he had noticed that she had changed of late, suspected that she was unhappy over her forthcoming marriage. But Gordon's next words took her by surprise. "It's Selwyn." "Mr. Marsh?" she repeated vaguely. "You mean that you are worried about him?" "Yes, I am. It's- none of my affair, but I am. I think- he's on a spot." "I don't understand." "Of course not. I'll come 'clean . ... if it does have a gossip-mongering sound. I'm talking about the neighbor widow. You've been around here long enough to see what's brewing there. She's been making a play for him ever since I .was old enough to notice. Well, I think she's hooked him." Thora made no reply, only looked at the narrator steadily "I'm pretty sure of it," he hurried on, as if anxious to get it over with. "I was talking to her yesterday morning a few minutes and she either tried to let the cat out of the bag, or she opened it and hoped it wouid jump. She was coy about it all ... fluttered, you know. Talking about Wilma's wedding . . . said the neighborhood was due for another surprise. Very mysterious. If she had been within reach of her rouge, she would have blushed , . . that sort of thing." Gordon grinned feebly when he said that, but there was no answering smile. Instead, Thora said calmly: "1 would imagine there is littl AGED HAYFIELD WOMAN IS DEAD Mrs. Elizabeth Steil, 72, Resident of Hancock Since 1882. HAYF1ELD--Mrs. Elizabeth Steil, 72, died Wednesday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ferd Gelner, near here. She had been ill for seme time, suffering infirmities of old age. She was a resident of Hancock county since 1882. Her husband died 10 years ago at Garner, where she lived until coming here this winter to live with her daughter. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Gelner and Mrs. Carl Thompson of Chicago and brother, Charles Nonweiler Hayfield. one near danger of anyone taking advantag of Mr. Marsh. He should be able t take care of himself." ·"You would think so. He's ha years of practice. But you know about the drops of water, how the wear away the stone in time. Mayt the old boy is losing his resistance. "And you are worried?" "Still . . . even if It is the secon time you have told me in a nice wa that it is none of my business. I'm fond of tie old. grouch. He deserve a better fate. You know that your self." "I am not in a position to judg . anyone." "Cagey. I expected that. Well we'll skip it. If Selwyn wants to be led to the slaughter, we'll send him a bon voyage basket. But 3US Bond Market 21% 80% 24 to 23% 21% 69% Bel Hemingway Best Co Baldwin Loco Briggs Mf£ Co Bendix Burr Add Byers A M Co Caterpillar Trac Cerro de Pasco 50",i Clies Ohio 55% Chi Gt W pfd 6* C M S P £ P pfd 4% Coca Cola Co Com Credit Com Solvents Cont Motor Cr of Wheat Curt-Wri Co A ·Dist Corp SeaE Douglas Airy Eaton Mfg Co Elec Auto Lite Pow Li Erie R R Co Fire'ne TI Ru 30 Foster-Wheeler 3114 Freeport Tex 311£ Gen Am Trans 5f Intl Carriers Kelvinator Co Lambert Co Liquid Carb Cp 3S% Lorillard 22% Mack Truck 33 Matnicson AIR 33 SfcK Rob pfd 41 McLellan Storwa 1IH1 lies Seab'd Oil 414i Minn. Holine Im 10'.' K M K T 8% Mo Pac 3% Motor Products 33^i No Amer 2B No Amer Avi 9% Otis Steel Co I8T-J Owen 111 Glass 158 Packard Motor 107:1 Park Utah Cop 4*1 Penick £ Ford 66^1 Plymouth 14 Proc Gam 45^ Pub Ser of N J 41 Glidden Co Gobej Gold Dust. Gt North'n Ore Graham Paige ·t Nor pfd ouston Oil Hudson Motor 89% Pullman 49 Pure Oil Co Purity Bakery R K O Hem Rand Reo Slotors Simmons Co So Calif Edison Sperry Corp St G £ E Tide Wa As Oil II S Ind Aleh U S Smelter Util P Li A 31M Vanadium 58 Union Oil Calif 48 Un Gas imp 6Ti Warren Bros 20 S Western MyM IS'-i Western Union 3^ Worth'n Pump 38't Yellow Tnjck 11% Youngs S T 3 36 26 66* 31% 40% n4 44% 22% 8 22 % 25 % 20 "i T% 17% 50 Ti. 85 22% 27% 16 ^ s 11 Ti 10 86 'i 31% 15 % Larnson Brothers Market Letter MARKET REVIEW Wheat--Opening prices were firm Influenced by stronger cables and continued strong throughout Thursday. Final prices were around the best of the session. There was no precipitation over night in the southwest and but little change in the situation is forecast for Kansas and Nebraska 'or the next 24 hour period. The good sized export business in Winnipeg over night, .mounting to one and a half million bushels, fas a bullish piece of news. There was naturally more general buying Thursday as he political news from abroad appeared to ie becoming more serious. The weakness in he security market pointed to this belief. The governing factor of the market for the moment is ths situation in Europe and the attendant action of foreign markets. Corn--There was a wider range in prices Thursday and a little more outside trade vas noticeable. The trend on the whole was nfluenced principally by {be upturn in vhcat. News regarding the Argentine corn rop said that while there was no doubt ut some damage had occurred in isolated pots, in general the crop is expected to e substantial but perhaps smaller than last ear's record yield. NEW YORK, VP:~~ BontJ market prices drifted, irregularly lower Thursday in quiet trading. The government section made a show of strength during- the late forenoon, but progress was scant. Advances were confined to 2-32nds and there were a few losers of similar proportions. In the domestic corporation list, declines of small fractions up to a point were in the majority and included such issues as Southern Pacific 4£s at S9^c. Erie 5s at 79, and National Dairy 5 J 4s at 103^. Scattered, firm, spots in various groups Included American Roiling arm 4 Us, North Western Gas 5s. , Western Union 5s and Pacific Investment quarters traced the apathy of the market, to the general tendency of traders to hold sideline positions pending clarification o£ the Franco- German situation, and to other factors at home, which Included placing in the hands of Individual investors of several large issues recently marketed to dealers. The trend was lower in *he foreign department. Losers of smalt fractions included Australian 5s. Brazil 6%s, German 7s and Norway 6s. Slightly higher prices were paid for Colombian 6s. Produce MASON CITT--For Thursday Casb Quotations by E. G. Morse Eggs, current receipts 14c Springs, heavy breeds I6c Leghorn springs , I3c Stags, heavy breeds 14c Heavy hens, 4 ibs. and over ....16e Under 4 Iba I3c Cocks _ lOc Turkeys, No. 1 20c Geese lOc Ducks I2o Merchants Quotations Eggs, in trade .17-18C* Eggs, cash 15-17c° Butter, Iowa State Brand 38c Butter, Corn Country 37c Butter, Kenyon's 37c Butter, Very Best 38c Butter. Brookfield 37c Potatoes, peck 30c and 45c ·EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtained by calling several grocery stores. CHICAGO PRODUCE. (Thursday Market) CHICAGO. i.-P;~Butter, 7,754. firmer; Speakers From Floyd, Charles City Winners CHARLES CITY--Winners in the tate preliminary contest held in the igh school auditorium were: Ora- orical, Manley Cooyer, Charles ity; humorous, Delia Smith, Floyd, nd dramatic, Lewis Lapham, harles City. The winners will take art in the state pre-district con- est and second place winners will anticipate in a county series [onday evening in Colwell. Three udgcs from Waverly judged the ontest. creamery, specials (93 score) 3lfi,31J«c; extras (W) 30C; extra firsts (90-91) 30@ 30Hc; firsts (88-89) 29'.iffi2S',ic; standards (90 centralized cariots) 30!ic. Eggs. 13.069, steady, prices unchanged. Poultry, live, 15 trucks, steady to firm; hens 5 Ibs. and less 23c, more than 5 Ibs. zc; Leghorn hens 19%c; Plymouth and White Rock springs 25C, colored 24c; Plymouth and White Rock fryers 25c, colored 24c; Plymouth and White Rock broilers 24c, colored 23c; roosters 16c; turkeys 185723C: heavy white ducks 24c, small 22c; heavy colored 23c. small 21c; geese 16c: capons 7 Ibs. up 26c, less than 7 Ibs. 25c. Dressed turkeys steady, prices unchanged. CALL MACNIDER IN ESTATE CASE Plaintiff Conducts mation on Records, Transactions. Col. Hanford MacNider occupied the witness stand Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning, called by the plaintiff in the trial of an action brought by F. A. Ontjes and other stockholders of the Northwestern States Portland Cement company against the estate of C. H. McNider. The examination of Colonel Mac- Nider was conducted by Dennis Kelleher of Fort Dodge, who questioned him as to his knowledge of stock transactions and records bearing upon the allegations of the plaintiff that Mr. McNider violated his fiduciary relationship with stockholders. The testimony was presented as part of the plaintiff's showing that circumstances justified bringing the claim after the expiration of the statutory time of one year after the death of Mr. McNider. Clear Lake Wins Three Declamatory Firsts m Meet Held in Ventura CLEAR LAKE--Clear Lake captured three first places in the preliminary state and subcounty declamatory contest held Wednesday night at Ventura. Rankings were: Oratorical -- Frank Sheehy, Jr., Clear Lake, first; dramatic--Kathaleen Newman of Clear Lake, first, and humorous--Barbara Rutan of Clear Lake, first. Mrs. Kranz Funeral to · Be Conducted Friday CHARLES CITY--Funeral services for Mrs. Carl Kranz, 35. will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Lutheran church ivith the Rev. C. G. Prottengeier officiating and burial will be in Cedar View cemetery near Chickasaw. Mrs. Kranz died Wednesday at her home, 1309 Ohio avenue, following a month's illness from heart trouble She is survived by her husband and the following sons: Harold, 14; Erwin 12; Charles, 10 and James, S. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Faber, two brothers, Paul and Arnold Faber and a sister, Florence Faber of Ionia, also survive. supposing I happen to be right . . what about you?" "Me! What in the world wouli Mr. Marsh's marriage have to di with me?" "A lot, I'm thinking," Gordon an swered darkly. "It would mean, for oae thing, thai Mrs. Dorothy woul move over to Fair Acres. Just fo: some reason, I can't see you fhere under those conditions. That's none of my business, too," he added, so earnestly that it did not occur to Thora to feel any resentment. "I told you that I was worried on two counts. You're the second." "But you shouldn't worry about me. I could look for another place I would," Thora admitted candidly "That's exactly what I'm afraid of You'd go away from here . . . drop out of sight again." "Probably." "And I don't want you to do that. If anything like that should happen. . . . I know where you could get a better job.'' Something in his tone caused Thora to look at him searchingly, as she asked: "Are you joking?" "I am not." "Do you mean that you know of a position like the one I have now? A housekeeper?" "Precisely." "Where? For whom?" He jerked his head in the direction of the empty farm house. "There. For me." As Sherman uttered those three words, his dark eyes met Thora's in a level gaze. "Go ahead," he remarked grimly. "I can take it." Her even. "If you are tryin voice was very calm and to be clever, that first time I saw you . day in the hospital. And I Miscellaneous NEW YORK PRODUCE, (Thursday Market) NEW YORK. f.TT--EESS. 29,581. irrer,u;ar. Mixed colors: Special racks or selections from fresh receipts 21 }= ij''22.';c: standards and commercial standard? Sl'Jiil'jc: firsts 20S(20'ic: seconds 19'/i19-;-',c: dirties No. 1. -12 Ibs. lS*i@19c: average checks ISc. E\ltter. S.033. steady to firm. Creamery, centralized (90 score) 31J.i c; other prices unchanged; extra (92 score) 31-Jc. Cheese, 366.114. firm. Prices unchanged. Live poultry firm. By freight: Fowls 23® 25c: other prices unchanged. closed: storage PRODUCE FUTURES. (Thursday Market! CHICAGO. (.T--Butter futures Storage standards, March 3Qiic: standards. November 2r-"ic: fresh standards. April 26"ic: fresh standards, January 24vic. EgE futures: refrigerator standards, October 21'L-c: fresh graded firsts. March c: storage packed firsts, April 20lie. co\·T:^^·^^r;^·T BOXDS. (Thursday Market) NEW YORK, 1.T*'--U. S. government bonds closed: Treasury 4 ' i s 47-52 117.13. Treasury 1s -14.-51 112.10. Treasury ,1»;s 40-13 June IDS.23. Treasury .t-^js 43-47 10S.1. Treasury 3Hs ir,-49 105.:, Treasury 3s 51-55 103.26. POTATO -MARKET. (Thursday Market) CHICAGO, V.T::--u. s. department of agriculture-- Potatoes. 100. on track 188: total U. S. shipments 1,015; supplies light; seed stock local offerings very light, demand active: table stock, firm, demand moderate for good stock; sacked per cwt. Idalio Russet Burbanks U. S. No. I, S1.TOS1.S5: U. s. No. 2. 51.62^; Wisconsin Round Whites U. S. No. 1. S1.20S1.25; North Dakota Cobblers. U S. No. 1. and partly graded SI,40; unclassified SI.05; Minnesota Cobblers partly graded SI.30 Ti 1.35: Colorado McClures u. 's. No. 1, Sl.77',2^11.90; Nebraska Bliss Triumphs U. S. No. 1 and partly graded Sl-55®1.60. mostly S1.55. NEW YORK SUGAR. (Thursday Market) NEW YORK. (.-PI--Raw sugar unchanged. Futures 2 to 6 points higher. Kefir-cd firm at 4.75C for fine granulated. MINNEAPOLIS FLOUR. (Thursday Market) MINNEAPOLIS. (.}*:--Flour unchanged. Carload lots family patents S7.05SJ7.25 a barrel in 93 lb. cotton sacks. Shipments 26.447. Pure bran 515.505? 16. Standard middlings S15.90?'16. TJwonimends Postmaster. WASHINGTON. (.-PI--Represcnta- j live C. Eicher, Washington, Iowa, | democrat, recommended the ap- 'jointment of Peter Bclgard as post- 1 master at Tipton, Iowa, Mr. Gordon, I don't think I like "But I'm not. It's the first time I ever said it to a woman. You see . . . I love you, Thora Dahl," "You expect me to believe that? "Of course not. But it's true." The blue eyes darkened. "No. It is ... impossible." "It's true, I tell you! Ever since . that - _ hadn't the slightest notion who you were. I knew you then, somehow. The same as I knew I would find you again. Then . . . that afternoon at Fair Acres. It was all I could do to keep from telling you about it then. It was meant to be that way. I knew it then . . . I know it better, now." "No." "Yes! Things like that can happen . . . to people, Thora." He spoke her name almost reverently. "I think you must feel it a little, too. Try to believe me." "Oh . . . please. You are mistaken." She turned her eyes away from his entreating gaze. "I would be glad if you would take me home." "Not yet," he returned doggedly. "It means too much to me. I don't want to hurt you. I wouldn't hurt you for the world! But you'll have to try and understand how terribly in earnest I am. It's come to be such a part of me . . . I couldn't keep from telling you. Even if you tell me you never could care. And then I wouldn't believe it. Thora, look at me!" She met his eyes unflinchingly. "Don't you believe me, dear?" "I believe that . . . you believe it," she said slowly. "Thank you for that much," Gordon commented soberly. "Perhaps 1 can help you. You're thinking, of course, that I don't know you well enough to be making such rash statements. Is that it?" "Perhaps." "Well. I've known you as long as I can remember . . . just waiting until the day you would come to me. How you put in the time before that, I don't know. I don't care. That all belongs to you. But everything changed last April 10th that's when I first saw you. Life changed for me that day. It did for you, too . . . even if you didn't know it. You might just as well accept it, dear. You're tgoing to some day." "I'm sorry . . . " "But you mustn't be. It's too wonderful for that. You're probably thinking that you don't know anything about me. Well, that won't take long to remedy. As a matter or fact, my life was more or less of a blank until I found you." For the first time, a suggestion of a smile touched her lips. (TO BE CONTINUED) TESTIMONY GIVEN BY DON BREWER Judge Clark Says He Would Have Set Aside Judgment If Improper. Don Brewer, husband of Mrs. Helen M. Brewer, testified in court here Thursday afternoon concerning his participation in and knowledge of conferences between Mrs. Brewer and Garfield E. Breese, local attorney against whom disbarment proceedings have been instituted by Mrs. Brewer. Mrs. Brewer left the witness stand at 11:35 o'clock Thursday morning. She had taken the stand, as first witness in her own behalf, since 10 o'clock Wednesday morning except for a brief interlude Thursday morning when Judge Joseph J. Ciark, who entered the first rent judgment against her in favor of A. W. Harroun and also overruled a motion that the judgment be set aside, was called as a character witness by the defense. Held Not Improper. Judge Clark stated that had iere been anything improper with the A. W. Harroun judgment against Mrs. Brewer for rent he would have set it aside. The fact that judgment had been taken in the first Harroun case was not the sole governing factor in the iubsequent judgment, the judge stated. There waa also the question yf the validity of the lease, he tated. Judge Clark, who said he had to hurry away as he was holding court in another county seat, testified that the character, conduct and reputation of Mr. Breese was excellent. Mr. Brewer corroborated his wife's testimony that frequent dif- culty with the elevator in the bullring rented by her from Mr. Har- ·oun, coupled with Mr. Harroun's alleged failure to keep the elevator in such a state of repair that it could be insured, caused Mrs. Jrewer to decide to move the Brewer Tire and Battery company ·tit of 'the building in June, 1933, two and a half years before the expiration of the five year lease A-hich she had signed with Mr. iarroun for the renting of the milding. Upon Mr. Breese's advise, they began to dismantle the company's equipment and evacuate, Mr. Brewer said. Drew Up Accusation. While under cross examination y John Senneff, counsel for Mr. ireese, Mrs. Brewer volunteered he statement that Wesley Henke, Charles City attorney who repre- ented her during some of the Harroun litigation, drew up the orig- nal accusation in the disbarment roceedings. After repeated interrogations by Ir. Senneff Wednesday afternoon, Irs. Brewer admitted that her iharge that Mr. Breese conspired ath officers of the First National ank was not based upon any def- nite information but rested solely pon her interpretation Creese's attitude. of Mr. LIVESTOCK AUCTION EVERY SATURDAY 1 P. M. Sharp Our runs of livestock in recent weeks have been mmsuaUy large. We are selling lots of stock cattle, buteher stuff and odd lots of cattle each sale-also quite a few bred sows and stock pigs. This weel; we have another big run of all kinds of stock in sight. We have consigned noiv a lot of butcher stuff and some real good little stock cattle. Consign any kind of livestock to our sales. We will get their full value. All cattle sold by weight. Horse and Muie Auction EVERY TUESDAY 1 P. M. Sharp In our sale on last Tuesday we had largest receipts of the year, 181 head to be exact. The quality was the best in several months, with a top of $207.50 on a gelding. We had a good active trade with prices about steady with recent weeks. Will have 100 to 125 head of horses next Tuesday, among which will be some real good market horses. We want to handle your consignments of horses and guarantee full value and a square deal. If in the market for any kind of livestock, make our sale your operating headquarters. MARVEL SALES CO. WEBSTER CITY, IOWA f I m

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