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16 GOLDFIELD BEATS PLOVER CHAMPS Completes Card of 19 Tilts ;; With but One £ · · · Defeat. · '*; GOLDFIELD, Feb. 27.--The local high school' cagers defeated tha Pocahontas county champions from Plover on Plover-'s floor Thursday night 21-12. ' The score at the half time was 6-5-In favor of Goldfield. The locals led thruout the game. . GarJand was high for Goldfield With Keiater runnerup. Michaelson and Heatbman wete'tigh for Plover. This makes 18 victories and one defeat for Goldfield. BOBBY JONES IS AWARDED TROPHY President Hqover Wires His " Congratulations to King ~.\ of Golf. ; · CHICAGO, Feb. '27. ''#--Bobby Jones, golfdqm's' greatest, today turned all of'his 'attention to business affairs, his' amateur career pretty definitely'closed after receiving the James'E. Sullivan memorial in a da] Thursday night. The award, a solid gold medal, was handed the peerless Atlanta!} by Avery Brundage, president of the amateur' athletic union of tha United States, amidst an ovation from 1,500 civic arid 'sports leaders who attended the testimonial dinner in his'fionor. · Before handing Bobby the medal, Brundage read a telegram from .President Hoover which read: . "I cordially congratulate you upon .the honor of receiving the James B. · Sullivan memorial medal for. fine /performance and good sportsmanship for the year 1930, and rejoice with your innumerable other admirers in this further recognition." MAKKOW GETS A CHANCE WITH TIGERS SACRAMENTO, Calif.--Charles Kermon Marrow, who won four I MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Many Changes Are Made on Farms in Rock Falls Vicinity ROCK FALLS, Feb. 27.--Ed Benhardt rented his farm to John Heemstra who came here from South Dakota, He will move on Joe McKee's farm. George Wyborney is leaving the Doble farm owned-by Ed Benhardt and will go on the Yost farm. Norville Eygaboard will move to the Rudolph Navaratals farm. Clarence Hugi has rented the Butts farm. F. E. Toland will move to Plymouth. Ferd Borchard from near Grafton, bought John Simpson's 80 acres and will move there. Ernest Berry on .the C. L. Berlin farm will move to a. farm near Mason City ,and Fred Zastro, Nora Springs, will go on the Berlin farm. Irving Bell from near Mason City will move on the_ William Wrede farm. Olto Schlobaum bought the Jack Dickinson farm and has hired Walter Cline to work it. Jack Dickinson will move on his father's farm. C. F. Shellhom 'who jhas been on Henry Brodrecht's farm has rented a farm west of Nora Springs and L. Bruner from near Bolan will take his place. Keeney brothers rented William Kendrew's- farm. Jesse Coonrod vacates the Kendrew place and moves.to the house on the Me- Adam's farm. The land will be worked by Indianhead Farms. Winferd Duff will move to a farm northwest of Rudd. The Bliem brothers will have hired help on the Bliem farm. -- r-'.vy ~~~~~~ , , _ _ . FEBRUARY 27 · 1931 EARLY SWINE PRICES BARELY STEADY *- -- . ' CORN YIELD IN CLAYTON LARGER Increase Also Is Shown in Barley Harvest, States ~ Census Director. WASHINGTON, Feb. 27. --A big increase in the corn yield in Clayton county, Iowa, is indicated according to the statement of the director of the census. In 1924 a total of 1,545,399 bushels of corn were harvested for grain as compared with 2,780,345 in 1929. Oats threshed for grain decreased from 3,045,792 bushels in 1924 to 2,214,210 in 192B. Barley harvested o arrow, wo won four in 1924 was 65,098 bushels as corn- sports letters at Davidson college, pared with 252,751 bushels in 1929. TJnrrh anrn'lina ?Q a Tto^mtt- Ttrra*. ThprA wpr*» V. Qpo fnrmt* ^ /-»!,,. CATTLE MARKET NOT IMPROVED Sheep Weaken With Offerings in Open Market Enough for Needs. - CHICAGO, Feb. 27. (^P)--Early bog prices were no better than steady, tho a large portion of the choice medium and light weight butchers were held at strong to lOc higher prices. Offerings of 26,000 were 1,000 larger than a week ago and eleven markets with 94,700 showed an increase of 17,000. Pack- era claimed 11,000 hogs received on direct consignment. The price range continued narrow, shipping business during the initial rounds being done within a general range of 57.15.to $7.35, while choice 200 Ib. hogs were held at 57.40 and above. All grades of cattle were represented in the small supply of 2,000 offered ia the local stockyards today. The week's total of 32,300 fell of 7,500 but demand has not been stabilized sufficiently to bring about an improved market. The in-between grades of steers, slling at $8.00 to $9.25, wre pressed up early In the day, tho steady prices were quoted for them. Scarcely '1,000 calves arrived and demand for them was subdued. Packers took 3,164 lambs out of the run of 16,000 on direct billings. All of the directs were Colorados. Open market offerings were fully, sufficient-to supply trade needs and in the absence of an active eastern demand the marKet Weakened. Hogs closed slow, mostly 104?15c lower. Cattle finished about steady and sheep steady to 25c higher, cloning at full upturn. 7.10: 180-200 Ibs. $6.7507.10; 200-220 Ibs S6.65@7.10: 220-250 Ibs. J6.60@7; 250-290 Ibs. S8.10S6.75; 280-350 Iba. J6.25J6.60: packing sows 275-500 Ibs. $5.35®6; stock Pigs. 70-130 Ibs. S6.25®8.75. CATTLE 700; calves 200; fully steady on the few killing cattle offered; venters anJ calves weak; steers, good and choice 6001100 Ibs. $7.25{flo.50; 1100-1500 Ibs. S7.50W 10.50; common and medium 600 Ibs. up 55® 7.75; Heifers, good and choice 550-850 Ibs. 56.250)9; common and medium 550-350 Ibs. $*,25®6.50; cows, goodl and choice 54.50® 6; common and medium $3.50^4.50; low cutter and cutter $2.50®3.50: vealers (milk fed) medium to cholce-.$5i39; cull and. common S3.50@5; stocker and feeder steers, good and choice (all weights) SB.25H?8.75; common and medium (all weights) S48"6.7 SHEEP 5,000: killing classes steady;-to fed lambs to shippers £8.25; Iambs, . goo and choice 90 Ibs. down 57.2508.25; medium 90 ' Ibs. down $6.25®7.25; common, a weights 55®6.25: medium to choice 91-10 Ibs. Stj.25^8.15; ewes, .medium to cho|- 150 Ib3. down 53®4.50. · LIVESTOCK FORECAST CHICAGO, ,Feb. 27.--Estimated receipt for hogs, 13,000; cattle, 300; sheep, 5,000 OFFICIAL ESTI3UATED BECEIPTS CHICAGO. Feb. 27. jn-- Official estlma ed receipts tomorrow: Cattle, 300; hogs, 11 000; sheep, 6,000. Local Hogs .North Carolina, is a Detroit Tiger pitching recruit this* year. Camp followers have predicted a, big league future for him. JPIBATES GO S FOR, FOOT KAC1NG ·" PASO ROBLES, Cal.--The Pittsburgh Pirates indulged in. another track meet. So tickled was Manager ·Jewel Ens with the team's foot rac- ·ing..that,.he.,announced .the stunt Tiroijld be repeated every day to camp. SPIDER CISSELL ADDS WEIGHT ,. SAN ANTONIO, Tex.--Bill Cia- sell used to be so thin they called him Spider, but tie Chicago White Sox infielder reported for training .weighing 185 pounds. Cissell's arrival gave Donie Bush ·enough material for an infield, including Ray Radcliff, rookie first baseman, Irving Jeffries, infielder recalled from Toledo, with Vic Siege!, a catcher, to fill in at shortstop. Bush welcomed the opportunity to 3ret started with Radcliff who ap- -pears to be the Sox' only hope for jjfirst base. BEAT COLUMBIA COLUEGB i CEDAR FALLS, Feb. 27. UP--In -p. rough and ragged contest, Iowa State Teachers closed their basketball season last night by defeating Columbia college, 36 to 24. t y? the score 21 to 17 at the naif, the Tutors finished strong to put-distance.,their Iowa conference .rivals. The victory was the ninth -of the year for the Teachers They ·jpst three games during the season. There were 2,992 farms in Clayton county in 1930 having 454,060 acre. The average number :of acres a farm was 155.1. The value of the land and buildings was placed at $49,512,878. The value of implements and machinery on farms was $4;449,775. The average value of land and buildings a farm was 516,548 or 5106.69 an acre. In 1930 there were 1,951 farms operated by owners, '15 by managers and 1,026 by tenants. Livestock figures were: Horses, 13,129; mules, 498; cattle, 57,878; milk cows, 29,491; hogs, 58,341, and chickens, 445,283. The classes of crop 7and in 1930 were: Total crop land, 345,521 acres; harvested, 236,193; crop failure, 3,025, and idle, 6,303. MASON CITY, Feb. 27. -- Best sorted lights, 180 to 230 Ibs., 56.60; best medium weight butchers 240 to 260 Iba., 56.30; best heavy butchers, 270 to 300 Ibs., $6.00; best prime -heavy butchers, 310 to 350 Iba., $5.80; best packing sows, 300 to 350 Ibs., 55.30, .best heavy sows 360 to 400 Ibs., $5.10 Representative Sales CHICAGO, Feb. 27. f/PJ--Bepresentaltv sales as selected by the United States de partment of agriculture-- , CATTUB Steers-- Heifers-- « 1017 10.00 10 720 T.5 35 1311 9.25 17 736 6.7 20 1210 8.50 6 761 6.0 10 1022 fi.25 Cows-20 1123 7.7C 10 1213 5.2 62 1148 7.40 5 ' 1134 4.5 It 1018 7.00 11 920 3.6 IS 727 6.50 6 844 3.1 30 913 6.2H 0 890 5.75 HOGS Heavy Weights-- Light Weights-- ' 41 344 6.50 54 197 7.5 65 ... 330 6.60 68 191 7 3 t4 304 6.70 77 184 7.4 61 237 G.SO G5 177 7 2 74 272 6.90 39 169 .. ""7.3 58 250 7.00 52 162 ' 7.2 Medium Weights-247 238 225 217 209 203 tight Lights-24 157 64 149 17 138 49 132 Native Lambs-- The Globe-Gazette i Offers a New Book, ·Fish and Seafoods . Not every person knows that · there' are many inore varieties of Ifood in sea life than, for instance, in animal life, where one is practically confined to beef, ; porJc, veal, Jamb and their var- ."ious products. In fish and sea-foods, as in meat, there are fat ;and lean types. But, the variety '·of kinds and flavors of fish suit- 'able for food makes an imposing ·' ', To those housewives who have ·found it difficult to vary meat ^courses, and who have had to -serve, over and over again, the ;ftve or six meat dishes that have ·become standard in the family ;menu, this new booklet will prove especially valuable. Besides .giving over 100 recipes it tells -how to select fish and gives general rules for cooking them. Send 6 cents in coin or stamps :to cover postage and handling. REDS GET HEADY FOK EXHIBITION TAMPA, Fla.--The Cincinnati Reds are looking forward to a meeting with a former teammate eight days hence, when Manager Wilbur Robinson brings the Brooklyn Dodgers here for an exhibition. BUENTA VISTA ~ BEATS WESTERN UNION STORM LAKE, Feb. 27. (/T)--A second half rally by Buena Vista accomplished a 32 to 25 victory over Western Union last night. The Eagles went ahead in the first half ana led 18 to 11 at the intermission, but Moe's basket shooting for the Beavers sent them into the lead near the end of the contest. Tho Globc-Onzette Information Bureau, Frederic J. Has kin, Director, Washington, D. C. I 'inclose herewith 6 cents in coin or stamps for a copy of the new booklet, FISH AND SEAFOODS. Name Street City ; St«tj Journalists in High Schools to Compete IOWA CITY, Feb. 27.--Journalistic skill among the state's high school students will be measured at the- University of Iowa March 6 and 7 when contests in various phases of writing are held in connection with the annual conference. The pupils will seek championships in the writing- of news stories, editorials and headlines in addition to hearing talks of professors, teachers and newspapermen. Staff members of high school papers and yearbooks will attend the conference. A picked group will assume complete charge of one edition of the Daily lowan, the university's student newspaper. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. CHICAGO. Feb. 27. LOT--U. S. department or agriculture-HOGS 26,001). 11.000 direct; slow, steady to IOC lower; 170-210 Ibs. $7.25!p7.40; top $7.50; 220-320 Its. SG.65®7.25; pigs JO 25'J 6.50; light lights to S7725; packin s sowa S5.00@6.25. Lluht light, good and choice 140-160 Ibs. 57{B7.40; light weight 160-200 Ibs. S7,25®7.50; medium 200-250 Ibs. $6 00 v 7.40; heavy 250-300 16s. $6.50@7.10; pack- Ing Bov,-a, medium and good 275-.100 Iba. S5.85@6.25; slaughter pigs, good and choice 100-130 Ibs. J3@7. CATTLE 2.000: calves 1,000; mostly steady, fed nteers and yearlings S7.25g8.50; few medium $3.25; yearlings higher; most fat cows J4@5 and all cutters 5303.75; choice .strong,.weight vealers S3. Slaughter cattle and vealors; Steers, good'and choice 600-800 Ibs. S8©11.25; 900-1100 Ibs. S8.25ffi 11.25; 1100-130p IDS. S8.50@ll.25; 1300-15i~0 Ibs. 58.50@11.50; common and medium 6001300 Ibs. S5.75@8.50; heifers, good and choice 550-850 Ibs. ^6.50^.9.25; common and medium 55©7.25: .cows. good and choice $4.50@6.25; common and medium /53.75®4.75; low cutter and cutter S2.75(ff3.75: pulls (yearlings excluded) good and choice (beef) $4.25®5.75; cutter to medium £3.5Q$i4.40; vealera (mlUc fed) good and choice S7.50{?».25; medium 57@7.50; cull and common $5@7. SLocker and feeder cattle: Steers, good and choice 500-1050 Ibs. S6.75@8.00; common and medium $4.75(0)7.00. SHEEP 16,000; fairly active; mostly steady; early good to choice lambs D2 ibs. down S8.25{?£.50; outsiders S8.6G@8.75; some higher; fat ewes S4.00@4.75; uncaring lambs $3.25. Slaughter sheep and lambs: Tjambs, BO Ibs. clown, good and choice $7.755i8.85; medium S7.25fi'7.75; 91-100 Ibs.. medium to choice $B.75@8.65; all weights, common $6.00Q 7.25: ewes 90-150 Ibs., medium to choice $6.753'8.65; all weights, common $6.00® 7.25; ewes 00-150 Ibs., medium to choice $3.50(315.00; ' all weights, cull and common $2.0004.00; feeding lambs, 60-75 Ibs., good and choice 57.75(^8.25. 00 105 140 87 248 12f, 245 120 03 159 40 72 42 31 21 81 m 82 89 96 92 SS 98 70 78 97 65 89 110 60 7.00 7. OS 7.15 7.20 7.25 7.35 SHEEP Fed Western-9.00 350 8.85 256 8.75 900 8.05 750 8.60 146 8.50 Fat E« 8.40 2! 8.35 8.25 8.00 80 98 . 102 105 37 10 15 7.75 3 7.50 7.2S 7.00 6.5D 116 110 128 182 186 7,01 9.00 8.85 8.75 8.50 8.25 5,00 4.73 4.65 4.50 4.00 SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL. Feb. 27. U)--U. B. department of agriculture-CATTLE 1,800; run slow In arriving, about steady.on few early sales; all classes In very light supply; steers and yearlings salable at S7.75 down; few lots at 58 or better; beef cows $3.75@4.50; butcher heifers S5@6.25; cutters steady; bulls $3.50®3.75; feeders and stockers steady. Calves 2,200; very slow; few sales steady at 5G.50©8.50 an good and choice grades. JIOGS 10.000; slow, uneven; light weights slrong to lOc higher; pacKers talking weaK to 10-15C lower on heavy weights; better 150-230 Ibs. S6.85@6.95; top S6.95; 230-260 Ibs. 56.501P6.85; packers bidding down to S6.25 or below on heavy weights; light lights SS.75; pigs mostly J7; average cost Thursday S8.59. weight 236. SHEEP 2.500; 1100 direct; opening atcacly on native slaughter lambs;, some $8: asking higher on fed westerns: few medium to good natives $7.50^j7.75; throwouts $6ft fi.50: fat ewes steady at J4 down; late Thursday bulk fed western lambs 58.10; one car'58.25 to shippers. Hog Markets By TlfB ASSOCIATED PRESS Hog prices at Iowa markets Friday M^R^ RAPIDS-- Prime hogs: Mediums S6.15@6.40; heavies $5.65@6.05; llghta $6.35 06.55; packers S5.05@5.40. «^f ^i? INES -- 3 ' 900; »'eady; prime lights 5b.50'6.80: prime mediums S6.35Siie.70- prime heavies ?5.85@6.45; good packers 55 ' 66 . . OTTUMWA-- Hogs lOc lower: 120-150 Iba. , SL, ?"" 170 ""' ?6 ' 20: "0-220 IDs. $6.55; 220-260 Ibs. $8.35: 260-300 Ibs. S6.05; 300^ ·iSO Ibs. 55.75; over 350 Ibs. 55.45; good packers $5.25; fair packers {4.25. WATERLOO-- Prime hoes £6.15(86.45; mediums 56@6.30; heavies SS.'GOSD'S 05- packers $4.80®5.30. COMBI2YF,D HOC BECE1PTS. DBS MOINES, Feb. 27. (/T-i--U. S. department 01 agriculture-Combined hog receipts, at 23 concentration yards and 7 packing plants located In interior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 14 hour period ended at 10 a- m. today were 23,300 compared with 16,800 a week ago. Mostly steady to lOc lower; bulk of 170230 !b. welghta S6.40S6.75: choice 180-210 It. averages up to' 56.85 and occasionally $6.00; 240-290 Ib. weights mostly S6Q6.50: choice 240-250 Ib. averages up to S6.60 and S6.65 In spots. Quotations tor good and choice; Light lights, 140-160 Ibs. J6.15@6.7o; 11 E M weights. 160-180 Ibs. S6.40ST6.85; 180-200 Ibs. 56.40^6.90; medium weights 200-22(1 Ib3. 56.40 ®6.85; 220-250 Ibs. 56.25@6.T5; heavy weights. 250-200 Iba. $6(56.50: 200350 Ibs. !5.7506.30. Good packing BOWS 275-350 Ibs. $5.25$? 5.75: 350-425 Ib3. 55.10ffi5.40; 425-550 Ibs. $4.75@5.25. Offered HOG FUTURES. CHICAGO, Feb. 27. On--Hag futures Bidding S7.BO for light hogs. 57 for medium; and S6.75 for heavies to arrive Monday: Grade EIGHTS-March April May MEDIUMS-March (first half) . March (second half) April : HEAVIES-April (first halt) . .. April (second half) May Bh! 7.50 S.OO S.Ou 7. On 7.35 7.2 WHEATTENDENCY IS TOWARD RALLY Corn Selling Under Greater Pressure Than Other Grain. CHICAGO, Feb. 27. (/P)--With indications that European markets were following rather than leading wheat price developments on this side of the Atlantic, wheat showed a rallying tendency late today. Reports that Kansas City and Chicago banks were ashing more margins on wheat loans had little market effect, the rate changes being regarded as a seasonal preparatory move to a new crop basis. Corn was under more selling pressure than was wheat, a circumstanca ascribed to other terminals offering corn to Chicago at the widest discount yet this season. Wheat closed firm, unchanged to yc hith- , - aCcrn "'-* 0 dec " ne to »» advance, oats ?iC o f f , and provisions unchanged to a rise of lOc. Com primary arrivals were- 822,000 bushels, against 851,000 a week ago and 674,000 at this time last year. Chicago.'had 261 cars, compared with 161 £ week back and 1*6 on the corresponding day of 1030. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN. CHICAGO, Feb. 27. OTV-Wheat, No 2 red 78V,c; No. 1 hard 78110; No. 2 hard 7SYtTl\iC'. No. 1 northern spring 7*ic; No 1 dark northern 78V,c: No. 2 dark northern 78c; No. 1 mixed 77?l@78c; No. 2 mixed 77 ] /ic. Corn. No. 3. 57VS@58c; No. 4 mixed 55(jf 57V4c; No. 5 mixed 54ViS55%c; No. 2 yellow 61c; No. 3 yellow 57W^?59'/ic; No, 4 yellow 55SST57C; No. 5 yellow 54l(i?S5c; No. 3 -white 58%®60c: No. 4 white 5 7 " " 58«c; No. 6 white E4c; sample grade 48c. Oats, No, 1 white 32o; No. 2 white SHi 32c: No. 3 white 3Ulc; No, 4 while 30c. Timothy seed sa.7539. Clover seed S13@20.75. Lard 58.25; ribs $10.75; bellies 510.62. Market Notes BX TICKER TAPE It was the utility stocks that commande the most attention Thursday. Practically a t h e Issues, which have been the stronges' extended their advance and many other Joined In the upward procession. Public Ser vice of New Jersey and United Gas Jm provement, which has large holdings of th former, were prominent on the upside a were Standard Gas and Electric and th Electric Bond and Share Issues. Public Ser vice of New Jersey was helped by the belle that It would benefit from the $100.00000 tunnel from New York to JJew Jersey au thortzed Thursday. United Corporation, whlc recently Increased Its dividend, extended i advance on buying by brokers who general act for J. P. Morgan and company. IXAN INCREASE SMAIAER THAN EXPECTED The ' Increase of $28,000,000 tn brokers loans last week was somewhat smaller tha had been- anticipated and emphasized th bellet that the bulk of the buying has bee for the account of strong Interests. O course, short-covering played a part, bu the fact that loans increased only moder alely In face of the biggest advance th market has witnessed In some time was In terpreted as Indicating that the public ha not come Into the market yet in a big way Loans to non-brokers declined $15,000 OC S", l i£ e ' k lnill(:al lnB a. net shrinkage of onl $11,000.000. Loans to brokers have Increase for three consecutive weeks and the tola now stands at $1.798,000,000 or ?S2 000 OC MASON CITY GRAIN MASON CITY, Feb. 27.-- ' Barley 38c Oats 23c Shelled corn, No. 4 43c Ear corn 40c GrainFutures FB1DAY GRAIN CLOSE CHICAGO, Feb. 27. Hlgh. CORN-- ·. old new May old new.... uly ept. VHEAT-- Jar. old new.. .. May old new.... uly ept, ATS-far. old n e w . . . . [ay old..... n e w . . .. uly ept YE-M ar. old new.... .y old n e w . . . . uly ept .RD-:ar. lay ELLIES-lay 11.00 uly i.11.10 .00"! .02-7i .64 .65 .31 ','· .31!. .32 B ; .32=i · 307 .32 ·32, .32 l .3714 S.17 8.37 8.55 10.DS 11.00 Close. .60»1 .81% .63 « .64V4 ·65-i · 65% . .81% .83 . .3051 .3251 .32% ·38% · 42i ·42% -43V4 B.4S 8.02 10.05 11.00 GRAIN* OPEN CHICAGO, Feb. 27. Close TTr. Ago. WEEKLY LIVESTOCK ·^.^.r CHICAGO. Feb. 27. t.m-- CAITLE-- Compared week ago: Fed steers and yearlings about steady, Monday's decline being regained; receipts sharply .under "V^'t ?. B0 ' » tarvillto n run* supplying mont of the stimulus noticeable In the week-end market; she stock sold off nearly In the week to come back at close, butcher Tellers and hel/er yearlings closing the period about 25c Higher and other she stock sUady; bulls lost 25c and vealers 500 to JI.OO; meanwhile stocker and feeder demand remained narrow with prices at the season's low time- 1 f at r.,?' l S, vy fed "'""' 'OPI""! for the week at Sll.OO; few loads $10.25 to Jlo 75 best yearlings resting at 510.00; best light mixed yearlings sa.OO; heller yearlings J8.35; bulk light hclfen, J8.2S to $7.25; average cost /at sleenr around S8.00, about 25o under a week ago and at new low since 1922. ·HOGS--Early declines more than erased with late supply curtailment; demand draggy from all Interests; fresh pork market dull- compared one week ago: Weights above 220 Ibu. 25c to 40o higher; lighter weights saetrty; thin underweights weaker; packfne sows lOc to 15c higher; week's top S7.65; lowest peak 57.35. lowest since July 1921; closlnR peak J7.40; late bulk 170 to 210 Ibs. $7.25 to S7.40; 220 to 250 Ibs. J7.00 to J7 35- 28i to 350 Ib.l. S0.50 to S7.0D; 130 to 160 Ibs 8 -°° to SIOUX CITV LIVESTOCK.' SIOUX CITY. Feb. 27. .T)--U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 700. calves 100; beef'steers and yearlings slow, about steady; fat she stock little changed; bulls and vealers about steady; stockers and feeders scarce; bulk steers and yearlings $7.50 down; few $7.75; best around $8.25; good fed heifers $7 down; most cows $3.75^4.25; few vealcra about $8: beef bulls largely $3.25©3.75. HOGS 13.000, early sales 150-180 In. lights to shippers about steady; packers b i d d i n g around I0-15c lower for other weights; scattering sales 100-180 Ibs. $6.75 f?6.85; top $6.85: bidding $6.50{f8.75 tor 180-250 Ibs. and 56.25«J6,50 for 250-300 Ihs.; packing sows' unchanged; beat S5.60Q5.75: with roush kinds down around $5.35; stock pigs salable $6.75 down or little changed. SHEEP 3,500; very little done: best mutton ewes salable about $4.75 and feeding lambs to SB. MISCELLANEOUS SHEEP--Compared week ago: Fat Iambs mostly 15c to 23c lower, weights above 95 Ibs. off more; yearlings absent, nominally quoted, lower: other classes steady; lambs sold up to $0.00 each day of this week until loday. closing at $8.8S; today's bulk ncej; Kood and choice lambs scaling 92 bs. down JB.25 to 58.75; heavier weights 7.50 to J8 35; clipped Iambs S7.50 lo $8.00- atlve wnoled bucks $7.00 to $7.75; throw- -iTM tits $6.00 to $7.00; native slaughter ewes / lOc lower than Thursday's" avorace' lot 4.00 lo J4.75; few feeding and shearing I S7.10 on choice 180-210 Ib.i.; good and choice ambs S7.75 lo J8.00. J HO-100 Ibs. $6.50fj7; 360-180 IbJ. $6.65® OMAHA MVESTOf.'K. OMAHA, Feb. 27. [.}--U. S. department of agriculture-HOOS 16,500, 107 direct; slow, bids I0-15n lower; early sales limited to 190-230 Ibs Sfl.659B.75; top S8.85 on 210 Ib. butchers: shippers bidding 56-5008.BO on 240-270 In. butchers; packing sows mostly J5.6005-80; average Thursday S6-5S, weight 240. CATTI.K 1.100; steady: fed steers and yearlings J6.50Tr8; few lots heifers S5.50 6.75; beof cows J4ffi-4.75; cutter J35T-3.75; odd head bulls 53.75; practical top vealers ;e. SITEKI* 5,000; lambs steady lo strong; 92. 100 Ihs. J7.754?8.25: early top SS.25; four cars mixed fat and feeding lambs 60-76 Ibs S3. MINNEAPOLIS FLOUR MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 27. (/PJ--Flour un changed: shipments 35,808; bran and mid- dlings unchanged. POTATO MARKET CHICAGO. Feb. 27. I.TT--United States department of agriculture-Potatoes 123; on track 310; total U. S. shipments 878; dull, trading rather slow sacked per cwt.. Wisconsin round white 51.10 @1.25; few f i n e quality J1.30©1.35; Minnesota round whites S1.10@1.20; Idaho rua- seU No. 1. Jl.SOSn.5S: few $1.00: No. 2. 51.10SJ1.20: few J1.25; Colorado Mcciures branded S1.60@1.65; unbranded fair nuallty NEW YORK SUGAR. NEW YORK. Feb. 27. (/!«--Raw sugar unchanged at 3.32c. Futures at midday net unchanged to 2 polnls higher. Refined unchanged at 4.50c. HAY MARKET. CHICAGO, unchanged. Feb. 27. -11--Hay, 14 cars, KANMAS CITV LIVE-STOCK. KANSAS CITY, Feb. 27. t,T--U, S. de- parlment of agrlcullure-- HOOS 3,000; 350 direct; very uneven; opening steady to lOc higher; closing around Brazil Employes Given Bank Books for Thrift JOAO PESSOA, Brazil, Feb. 27. (UP)--Parahyba state employes who receive more than $50 monthly will have their salaries credited to accounts opened for them In Para- hyba banks. The employes will be given checkbooks with which to make withdrawals from their savings. State authorities believe this method of paying- employes will encourage thrift. Dubuquc Team Signs Templin. DUBUQUE, Feb. 27. (7P--The Dubuque baseball team of the Mississippi Valley league has signed Harry Templin of Milwaukee, a member last year of the Milwaukee Fernwood dance gardens team. Js a pitcher. He ORN-- lar. old.. new. May old.. new. uly ept VHEAT-- Mar. old.. new. lay old. . new. uly ept ATS-- lar, old.. new. lay old.. new. uly ept YE-Mar. old .75 n e w . . . . . May old 76 new,.... July 79 Sept 70 LARD-Mar. ao.fiO May 10.8H July 11.05 BELLIES-May 13.55 July 13.80 .. l.lfi'.i 1.15U 1.17S .42 .44 .44 Close Yej'd'y. .61 T .64 .05 ,79 .7914 Open Today. .6114 .62 .63»i .C5 ·65% .65% .82 K ·S5« · G6K · 31V. ,41 -42v -42» 8.25 S.40 8.5S 10.95 11.05 .as .38 .11'. . INDICATE MARKET TREND Allan IT. Clement of Clement, Curtis an company, who called the latest upturn I tne market, Relieves that the trend of brok era loans will be worth watching for clew to tho probable trend of prices. Stress Ing the comparatively small Increase In loan to brokers during the steady advance In th market, Mr. Clement ventured the oplnlo that the time for concern would probably b when loans are $1.000.000,000 or so greate than they are now. Well aware of prenen business conditions, he said It must be born In mind that tha market Is generally con cerned about the future rather than th present or the past. SALES MARKET REFLECTS OVERSOLD CONDITION Joseph P. Griffin of J. S. Bache and company views the market's advance In a constructive way. He declared that It has simply reflected an "oversold" condition an pointed out that before the advance an) number of stocks, were available for les than their net current assets, not to sa anything about the value of their flxeti ri sources. Failure of brokers' loans to ahow a gain proportionate to the recent advance In ! the market Is not only due to lessened par tlclpatlon on the part of the public but t the change in their method of trading hi stated. "The public," he said, "Is no pyramiding the way it did. In the bull mar ket, and the bulk of trading is of the 'in and out' character. As a result, them Is less reflection of the trading In the brokers loans than otherwise would be the case." L. Monteflore stein of Stein. Alstrln and company, also stressed the dearth of fcyra- mldlng m the market, and added that the amount of securities held In safe-keeping by his firm is the largest since 1929. BORDEN ESTABLISHES NEW HIGH RECORI New high records for gross sales and net Income were established by the Borden company and subsidiaries In the year ended Dec. 31, 1930. the annual report discloses. The ratio of net Income to gross also registered an Increase during the year. consolidated net earnings in 1930 amounted to 121,681,214, after all charges Including federal taxes, equal to 55.12 a share on the 4,233,395 common shares outstanding at the end of the year. In comparison with 420 403.725, or $5.50 a share on 3.706.724 shares in 1929. While the per share earnings are based on the total outstanding capitalization t at the end of the year, the net income reflects the earnings of subsidiaries acquired during 1930 only from the dates of acquisition. LAMSON BROTHERS. GRAIN LETTER 11.00 11.10 KANSAS CITY DRAIN KANSAS CITY, Feb. 27. OP)--Wheat 138 care; unchanged; No. 2 dark hard 70c: No. 3 nominally 68H(^71c; No. 2 hard 69W(r? 70c; No. 3, C8',4«p69Kc; No. 2 red 72Vic- No. 3 nominally 70y.@71Stc. Corn 73 cars; down 'ACMWc; No. 2 white 55c; No. 3. 5254 @54c: No. 2 yellow nominally 54KQ55Kc; No. 3, 52Sf32',4c: No. 3, ' GRAIN .MARKET LETTER IVKEAT--Tim reaction of Liverpool to the farm board announcement was mild. Opening prices there about conformed to the decline here yesterday, fluctuations during today's session were not material, with importers awalllne further developments on this nlde In relation to the method of selling of American wheat to be employed by the farm board. There was a pronounced Increase o( pressure from Argentina abroad and Canadian parcels were a. little lower according to Broomhall. Our market was Influenced more by the weakness in com perhaps, than any other factor. There-was desultory selling all day with the price range narrow and IltLle or no recovery. No rain of consequence was received today over the winter wheat belt but there was some snow In the northwest which section, with the mountain region, are the only parts o( the grain belt having anew covering at present. Inclined to expect narrow and quiet market tomorrow, pending the private reports Monday with reference to appearances of the winter crop. COJIN--Corn was under considerable pressure at times, which forced March and May to new low levels on the crop. The report of private experts on farm reserves Is due next Monday, and some of Ihe selling today was the letting go of corn In the belief that the reports would be bearish. Cash prices were lower, due to weakness in (uture.t and Easier basis. Ixical Industries were the chief buyers. Bookings to arrive were about 55,000 bushels Including 35.000 from other terminals. Some of the latter was reported to have been bought at the widest discounts on the crop. There was a moderate rally near the close. Expect evening up tomorrow for the private reports and possibly lower prices Liverpool due *Jc lo Tic higher. STOCKS REGAIN EARLY LOSSES Professional Traders Work to Keep Bull Market Simmering. By CLAUDE A. JAGGER. NEW YORK, Feb. 27. /p--Professional traders kept the bull market in stocks simmering today by stirring- up several of the specialty and minor issues, after speculative fires in the recent leaders were cooled by a wave of profit taking. The list sold off substantially during the early trading, a handful of shares losing 2 to 4 points. The later advance was facilitated- by a firm market for copper. Radio corporation slipped off 2 points in early trading, but recovered to show a slight gain. TJ. S. Steel was well supported, and sold up over a point Buoyant specialties were Holland Furnace, Purity Baking and Pierce Oil preferred, up 4 and 5 points, while gains of 2 to 3 were recorded by Superior Steel, Warren Bros., Kroger, Wrigley, Lena and Fink, Borg Warner, Columbian Carbon, and Case. Among the Coppers, American Smelting, Anaconda, Kennecott and American Metals gained a point or two. During the early downturn, losses of 2 to 4 were recorded by Allied Chemical, Westinghouae Electric, Case U S. Industrial Alcohol, Frisco and Auburn. The market was apparently uninfluenced by the latest progress of the soldier bonus bill, for veto and repassage had been confidently expected in Wall street. STOCK LIST By TlIE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK, Feb. 27. Una! Quotations. Air Reduc 101% Kennecott' Allegheny 11% A] Che Dye 171 Allls Ch MfK 40% Am Can 124 y, Am Car Fdy 38 V4 Am Coml Al 12% Am For Fow 44^i Am Jntl 24 Vj Am Loco 30 Am Pow L 61% Am Rad st San 18% Am Roll Mill 33»i Am Sme £ Ret S5li Am Steel Fdrs 20 5714 29 7 i Curb Market NEW YORK. Feb. 27. (,T|--Irrririiliirliv and dullness were partners onVcu'rb" market today. Bulls had d i f f i c u l t y keeping the rally alive, altho they got a little response from some utilities, and small declines on profit-taking were frequent. Volume slumped. United Light and Power "A" continued to aa uic ragged advance, rising more than point lo another new high Recent strength of Standard Gas and Electric was reflected in activity of U S Electric Power. United Founders, controlling U. S. Electric, also turned over briskly Specialties and Industrials were widely mixed. Western Air Express. Cooper Bessemer, Anglo Chilean Nitrate, and Ford of Canada. "A" eased. A. O. Smith soared more than 12 1 points and New York Steam, Northwest Engine and Silica Gel also improved substantially. Deere climbed 2 points at the opening and then turned dull. The oils continued friendless. Humble agged more than a point. Vacuum, ex-dividend, appeared on the tape infrequently but wld steady. Call money renewed at 2 per cent. Am Sug Ref A T 4 T Am Tob B Am Wat Whs Anaconda Andes Cop Arm of HI B Atehlson All Ret Auburn Aviation Corp B 4 O Barhsdall A Bendlx Av Beth St Borden Borg Warn Brlggs Burr Add Cal * HeclB. Can Dry Can Pac Case 119-11 77% 41 VL 19 2 197 *i 22',1 205% 5% Bi'/l 74% 2916 20^ 29% 10 y- 39% 44 H 120 Cerro de Pas Co 28 Ones t o 144% Chic Gt W 7",t Chic Gt W pfd 25 Bond Market! NEW YORK. Feb. 27. (/!)--Pressure against United States government ohllga- lons which had persisted for two days lltted and ga.ve the bond market a somewhat teadier tone today. Trading was of a routine character and rice movement followed In the same narrow roove In which It has held all week. The decline In United States governments ppeared to have been halted more to of- erlngs drying up than any Improvement in emand. The volume of trading dwindled to mall proportions. Explanation for the tumble taken by reasury 3Hs issues due In 1943 and 1047 ppeared to be that sellers believe long i f i n a n c i n g by the treasury In connec- -- with the March operations will carry pproxlmately 1 the same coupon. The current week proved the dullest of he year for new financing, the total fal!- ng to 519,051,000, of which $8.000,000 was ontrlbuted by the Pere Marquette 4K per ent Issue. C N W C R 1 p Chrysler Coca Cola Col Fuel Ir Col G E Col Grapho Coml Solv Comwlth So Congoleum Consol Gas Contl Can Contl Ins Contl Mot Corn Prod Cirdahy Curtlss Wr Deere pf Drug Inc Du Pont Eastman F.I Pow i t, Eng Pub Ser Erie Flsk Fox Film A Freeport Tex Gen! El Gen Footls Gen Motors Gen Pub Ser Gillette Gobel Gold Dust Goodrich Goodyear Gran Paige Granby Gt No Ry p( Gt No I O ctf Gt W Sugar Grig Grun Hahn Kartman B Houston Hudson Hupp III Cent Inil Ret Int Comb Eng Har Int Nick Can I T t T Johns .Minv . K C So Kelvlnator 44 177% 58 S 4 5 'A 38V4 26 « 3R 38 52 53 43" 21? 389 19 IB 12 S7:» 3-ft 3'L 59V- isy, 34 U . -.72 ... 44% 33-J4 ,, _ CHICAGO STOCKS By The Associated I'ress. CHICAGO. Feb. 27. Cen Pub Ser A 18',!i Std Dredging Cities Sen-Ice 19S 3r Lakes Airc 2!^ fnsull Ji Inv 46 it 25 4". 12 VI Kresge Kroger Lehigh Port C Lice My B Loew's Loose Wiles Lorlllard Louis G B A Mack Math Alkali Hay D S Maytag McK t Rob Mex Sea OH Mid Cont Oil M K T Mo Pao Mont Ward Mot .Wheel Nash Nat Bis u * j * Nat Ch Reg A 38 'A Nat Dairy 46 Nat Pow 4 I, Nat Tea N Y Central N Y N H H Nor ft W No Am No Pac Oliver F Otis St Pac G t E Packard Pan Am Pet B Para Pub Pathe Penick Penn Phil Pet Pills Fl Proc 4 Gam Pub Serv N J Pullman Radio Had K O Reading Rem Rand Reo Rep Stl Rey Tob B . Roy Dutch St L San F Sea* R Shell U Simmons Sinclair Skelly So Pac So Pr Sug So Rail Stand Brds St G E St Oil Cal St Oil N J St Oil N Y Stew Warn. Stone Web Studo Superior Oil Tex Corp Tex Gulf Sul Tim Roll B Union Carb Un Pac Unit Alrc Unit Clg Unit Corp Unit a F, U S Ind Ale U S Rub U S Smelt U S Steel Ut P «= Lgt A Vanadium Wabash Ward Eak A Warn Fix W Mary West Air West E Mfg 104(5 Willys Ov 51 Woolwortb, -WrtgHy Yell Tr "' Young S W 30 17 li 88 Vi 59 U 53 H 17 34 ii 42 · 27 yi 36% 154 1514 24% ·40 27 % ISti 30 41 Ti 22 VL 1287s 92 214 VI 83 56 K 15 50 S 31'A 35 46 V, 2'.i SonJ 45 63'.i 14'A 30 »i 70 88 57 22 · sty. 18=1 48 ' 39 "n 60 'A 22VJ {,; 10 it } 60 lD?i 84 5i 50 Vt 50%' 23% IBii ·47 ~u; 34 541. 58 08 li 204% 35 Vi 34 ' 71',4 16 !i 22,i 148% 30 67% 15'.i 25 16 3S" 79 H- 13 \4 27'i CLOSING BOND NEW YORK. Feb. 2,. overnment bond's closed Liberty 3'.is 101.15. First 41is 102.21. Fourth 4Via 103.11. Treasury 4'4s 110.30. QUOTATIONS /VJ--United States HIDES Produce Oats 2 cars; unchanged; No. 2 white nominally 32V5333c; No. 3, 32%c. OMAHA GKALX OMAHA. Feb. 27. /T--Wheat--Dark hard No- 2. 60c; No. 4. 67c; hard No. 1, BDVi© 70c; No. 2, 69(Fi69'/ic; northern sprinz, imutly No. 4. file; rtumm No. sr^flSKc. Corn--White No. 3, 51«i5254c; No. 4. SO'/, i?5114c; yellow No. 2, 52c; No. 3, 505f51c- mixed No. 2, 31c; No. 3. 40Si50c. Oats--While No. 2, 30!4c. MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 27. i/D--Wheat-275 cars compared to 170 a year ago; unchanged lo Ic lower. Cash No. 1 northern and No. l dark northern 12, 13, 14 and 15 per cent protein 72l4@77Wc; No. 1 dork fiard Montana 14 per cent protein 69H!? 71%c; to arrive 6!H®70tec; No. 1 amber durum 70»i@73»4c: No. 2 amber durum 68N@71-Xc; No. 1 red durum 63%c; May 78Kc; July 68V5c.- September 65MC. Com--No. 3 yellow 51Hff(53!$c. Oats--No. 3 white 27% S 28 He, Barley--31 ffSSc. Rye--No. 1. 34A(fi38'/tc. Flax--No. 1, $1.53-11 Q!|.5B4. Owns Two-Tailed Calf. MEXICO, Mo., Feb. 27. (UP)--A Jersey calf with five feet and two tails has been raiaed on the farm of Richard Jones near here. The fifth foot and leg is located on its ·ight shoulder, some six or eight nches long. The two · tails arc ormed at the tail setting, both be- ng about six inches in length. MASON CITY, Feb. 27.-Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse. EGGS Eggs (current receipts) lie POULTRY Stags 13c Leghorns, spring lie Heavy hens, 4% Ibs , 13 B Light hens iflc Old cocks, heavy Sc Ducks o c Geese 7 C Merchnnts Quotations. Eggs, in trade i4c Eggs, cash i2e Butter, Plymouth 35c Butter, Clear Lake 33c Butter, State Brand , !s6c Butter, dairy so c Potatoes 40c and 50c Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros. 308 Fifth Street Southwest. Horse hides ?1.00-$1.75 Cured beef hides 3Vic Green beef hides 2Vic a peck CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO, Feb. 27. (yD-- Poullry-- Alive. 2 cars. 15 trucks: steady; prices unchanged. Butter 0.497; steady to firm; creamery extra. (92 score) 28Wc; standards (90 score carlots) 28540; extra firsts (80-91 score) 27f4(Hi27y,c: firsts (88-89 score) 25'A© 2G',4c; seconds (86-87 score) 24ff24',5c. Eggs 11,334; steady to f i r m : unchanged. NEW YORK PRODUCE, NEW YORK. Feb. 27. /7-- Egjrs. 10,304- firm. Mixed colors, regular packed, closely selected heavy 22f?22Hc; extra 21 14 ©21 -v. c extra first 20W{?21c; llrst 19«W20c; seconds 18«?10c: medium firsts 17@I8c; refrlK- erator seconds I S V i f f l l B U e ; medium firsts uii'14c; nearby hennery brown, extra 22R 22',4c; extra, first 20{f21c. Nearby and nearby western hennery white closely selected extra 24 !4 ff 25 54 c ; average extra 23%c; nearby while medium 21',4g ' ViC, Butter, 10,811; steady. Cheese, 67,858- Bteady. Poultry, dressed, steady. Poultry-- Live, Irregular; broilers. by trelRht 32c; by r.xprcs« 28jT38c; turkeys. freight 30c; express 30ifi 40c. KANSAS OITV PROKliOK. KANSAS CITY. Feb. 27. IJF--EgK. J4,3r, Poultry, hens, 13@15c. Other unchanged. Hoovers Just Two More Names in City Directory WASHINGTON, Feb 27. (UP)-To the District of Columbia directory officials President and Mrs. Hoover are just two more names. In the new edition they rate only the following notice: "Hoover, "Herbert C. (Lou Henry), President the United States; residence, the white house." The only concession made was to put it in bold face type. But there are several hundred other names in bold face, too. Stelnltc Swift Co 30 Swift Inti 3S!5 Katz Drug 25 U S Gypsum 45 Kel! Switch 4"i Utll Ind fl'i Llbby McNeil 12 VI Zenith 5 M W Ut 6 pfd 99'4 Grigsby-Grunow eU Kat Leather -i Majestic Househ G'.i. Nat Stand 31% M-W Utll 24',i Quaker Oats 116 Rather Pkg 10 1 . Midland U pfd 21 ·'ii SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF STOCK QUOTATIONS Supplied by LABIS ON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Bech Building. Telephone No. 7 NEW YOBK STOCKS AD Pow P Co 12!H Am Brake Shoe 36'.^ Am Car Fdy 3814 Am Metal 22 Am Tob 118-Vi Am Zc Ld i Sm 8^ Ar Co B (III) 2M, AssoC-.Dr}' Gels 23Vi Baldwin Ix» 26"-; Brlggs MtK Co 20?L Burr Add Mach 30v't Hutte Cop Zc Calif Packing Com Credit Coml Solvents Cnnl. Motors Cont Oil Cream of Wlit 48% 23 20 « Curtlss Wr pfd 11% 30% ... r -- S Davl Chemical 21"; Endl Johnson 36 first Na Stores 53 ii Flsk Rubber !', General Mills 46*i Hershey Ch Co 94 Indian Rer 3.^ Kelvlnator Corp 13 !i Lambert Co 84 !' t Lloj Carb Corp 54 Louisiana On 41^ Math Alkali 27 1 .', McK Robb 15 a* Nev Cons Cop 14 'i Otis Steel 16 Pathe Exchange 2'.i Pills Flour 30 "· on co Pur Bak Corp Reo Grande Oil Reo Motors St Joseph Lead Sch Ret Sirs Sid Brands Superior Oil Telau Corp U S R I Vanadium Wabash Ry Western Myld 10 VI 52 r i 19 ',4 331,1 19 VI 18 y, Western Union 140 ' Wrigley Jr Co 79 Vermont Plans Painting of Coolidge Taking Oath MONTPELIBR, Vt., Feb. 27. (UP)--The Vermont legislature has been asked to appropriate §2,000 to purchase an oil painting for the state capital. The picture would show Calvin Coolidge receiving the oath of office as president of the United States trom his father, Col. John C. Coolidge. The oath was administered in the dim gleam of a kerosene lamp in the Coolidge homestead at Plymouth. Mnrcovls A. A. U. Handball Champ. OMAHA, Feb. 27. (JPi--Abe Marcovis ia again the midwest A. A. U. handball champion, having success- ffilly defended his title here in the finals last night against Joe Burke of Omaha. Marcovis won two straight games, 21-14, 21-4. NEW YORK CURB QUOTATIONS A m c r F P Co 26V-1 Ind Pipe Lino 21'. Amer Gas A El 82VL Am Sup Pow 17'Xi Ark Nat Gas A 6 "i Assoc a El A 23 ·* Can Marconi 3% Cons Auto Mrtse 3-16 Deforest Radio 0 numnt Motor 2 El Bd Sh 57% Ford Mo of Can 27V4 Ford Mo or Eug 17^: Fox Thealers A 5% Hudson B M S ·% Humble Oil 64 w 135 Nlag Hurt Nldes-Bm-Pd «i- s No Amer Aviat Q*i Pennroad Corp 7=u Sheaffcr Pen 41 ; K O Ind 3411, St Oil NY 23 Transcont" Air T 6 United Gas 11 Un I, t P A Utll P L, Vacuum Oil Walgreen Drug 33 u 14 64 tl 21i, CHICAGO STOCKS Allied Mo Indus 2 Hart-Carter Co Bendlx Av Cp 23 1 ;', Borg-Warn Cp 29^ Butler Bros 5 j[, Cont Chicago Cp 9^ Chicago Invest 4 1PH Cord Company Ct Lakes Alrc Grlgsby-Grunow 6', TLIons O H Co GV- Noil Leather ?; Nail Standard 31% Unit Corp 12% U S Gypsum 453; Utll i Ind Corp 0i U S Ra 4 Tel 30' TOLEDO, changed. Tor.Kno Ohio, Feb. P)--Seed un- PROnilOE FUTURES. CHICAGO. Feb. 27. Ml-- K sf futures closed: Fresh graded firsls. Feh. Iflc; slor- ane packed, firsts, March 20',lc; ,|n. A p r i l 21 ^c: refriKerntor standards. Nov. 2 4 T i e . Butter futures cloned: Storage standards ! Feb. 26@26'/ i c; do, March 25«c. -- I MINNEAPOLIS -STOCK First Bk Sk Cp 22 s i MINNEAPOLIS OKAIN MARKET CASH SAT.F.S Flax 153V5 to 157',* Mr. Coolidge, in his daily messages, hasn't said anything that would haunt him were he to return to public life.--Toledo Blade. DO YOU NEED MONEY? department and reason- Our persona! loan offers good service able terms. C. E. Brooks Co. 1st Natl. Bk. Bldg, Ph. 380

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