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January 18, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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ed Steers, Yearlings Up 15,000 SWINE IRE HELD OVER Lambs Active;" Some Grades Up 25 Cents Chicago, (ff)--Receipts' of hogs j/ere slightly smaller Tuesday, but [he available supply exceeded the Demand by about 25,000. All fed kteers and yearlings made gains Midwest Livestock LEGAL NOTICES QUARTERLY FINANCIAL REPORT BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT MASON CITY, IOWA For quarter ending Dec. list, 1943. (TUESDAY'S PRICES) Albert Lea Minn. Trend Steady Good Butchers-140-150 Ibs. .....39.80 150-160 Ibs S10.70 160-170 Ibs $11-10 170-180 Ibs S11.10 180-200 Ibs S12.20 200-220 Ibs. S13.40 !£ 25 Lambs 220-210 Ibs 51X40 245-260 Ibs S13.40 260-270 Ibs $13.41) 270-300 Ibs S13.40 300-330 Ibs S12.75 cents in active trading. 330-360 ibs. ..._. S12.75 were active and ;rades 25 cents higher than Monday's trade. . { A total o£ 32,000 swine, includ- l 'ng 9,000 directs, were unloaded [locally, and with the 18,000 held ver from Monday's session, it was ·stimated that only about half of [he available supply of 50,000 head rrould be cleared. The market parted slow, but steady on all heights. The top o£ $13.75 was laid for 200 to 300 pound butchers, ut many of these weights re- .nained unsold, while sows sole Strong at $11.85 to $12.00 and 112.25. Aggregate receipts at the 12 midwestern markets were lharply curtailed with 139,600 lead arriving as compared to 265,JOO swine that came off farms Bjonday. However several majo /i'arkets still are seriously con lested due to the record holdove rom Monday. The Chicago ho a narketing committee asks ho broducers not to ship any stock t some Good Packing Sows- 50 0-300 Ibs. SI1.70 ._.. 511.70 !bs 311.70 Ibs $11.60 00-450 Ibs S11.50 30-500 Ibs. $11.40 aOO-550 Ibs S11.30 Chicago for several days. (WFA)--Salable hogs 23,000 Austin, Minn. Steady S 9.60 $10.60 S11.10 $11.60 $12.20 513.40 S13.40 S13.-10 $13.40 $13.40 »12.30 512.90 . S11.70 511.70 S11.70 511.70 511.60 $11.50 Waterloo Steady 511.50 $12.00 512.70 513.45 $13.45 513.45 513.45 $13.45 513.00 $12.SO 511.73 $11.75 511.15 SI 1.65 S11.55 $11.45 SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS RELATIVE TO FINANCE October 18th, 1943. steady J j Authorized procu r e m e n t of shops equipment for the Voca- .tional department from the Federal Government upon the Federal offer to furnish same free except for transportation costs. 2. Authorized co-operation w i t h the Y. W. C. A. in the use ol school swimming pools subject to reimbursement of costs anc the meeting of requirements as to supervision, schedules, etc. November 22nd, 1943 Garden City Ed. Co. ... Gen. Biol. Sup. House .. Gregg Publ. Co Hall and McCreary Co.. Hammond, C. S. Co.. Harcourt Brace Co.... Harper Bros Harrcr, Insurance lawkins, L. T laynes Products Co. ... lawkeye School Sup. Co. Heath, D. C. Co lendrickson Stamp Wks. lonry Holt £.Co Hermanson Bros H. S. Activities Fund .. Houghtpn Mifflin Co. ... Hutchinson Ice C r e a m 511.40 512.80 $13.45 513.45 $13.45 J13.25 S12.90 $12.70 $11.70 I S11.70 511.70 511.60 GRAIN PRICES SHOW FIRMNESS Fractional Gains Are Displayed in Trade Chicago, (IP)--For the first time in several sessions, during which prices broke rather sharply, grain futures Tuesday displayed firmness and showed fractional gains, although some of the earlier advance when rye and oats were up about a cent was lost on scattered RAIL BUYING STEADIES MART Wall Street Effort Put on Bond Drive 1BY.741 Wilson, H. W. Wilson Co. 14.50 41.45 Winston, John C. Co 13.26 40.95 Witwcr Grocer Co 58.44 17.22 Woolworth Co 1.43 2.49 World Book Co 236.97 300.76 Yale Univ. Press 3.29 28.02 Yelland Hanos 176.20 20.74 Yellow Cab Co 173.81 240.78 Zack Bros. Elec. Co. ... 35.94 291.72 Zaner Boser Co 46.65 194.24 Taylor, Earl 1.00 14.35 Principal on Bonds 21,000.00 2.25 Interest on bonds 8,262.50 7.37 315.52 180.00 STATE OF IOWA, $58,650.81 152.59 [County of Cerro Gordo, ss I, R. L.. James, hereby certify Lorraine Hesalroad ' Becomes Lieutenant Greene -- Lt. Lorraine Hesalroad, USNH, director of recreation in the 5th naval district naval operating base, Norfolk, Va., was recently promoted from ensign. She served at San Diego and Seattle the past 10 months. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hesalroad of DOS Moines, all former residents of Greene, were guests of relativee here Saturday and Sunday. Lt. Hesalroad expects to leave for Norfolk Jan. 21. Tuesday, Jan. 18, 1914 , H MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTH Co 252.98 that the foregoing Summary of [nor Pub. Co. International Text Book Co Iowa Band Ins. Ser. . .. Iowa Pupils Reading Cir- s, I S ,,, liilso 1. Authorized creation of a teach. ing position at Grant school fo retarded children, for such time as needed. 12. Authorized renewal of contrac on three year basis for diploma for graduates of High School and Junior College, same being awarded to W. M. Welch Mfg. Co. at $1.20 each. (3. Established policy on overtime allowance to custodians for working Hallowe'en eve. 4. Accepted offer of Federal Government to assist in the financing of the McKinley Nursery New York, (IP)--Belated buying School. in the rails, coincident with sub- 5 f i xc d the compensation of submission of the non-operating un- stitute teachers as f o l l o w s : ions' wage agreement to Stabili- Grade Schools, $6 per day. Jr. zation Director Vinson, steadied High Schools $6.50 per day. Sr. cle Iowa (The) Company .. la. Hdwe. Mut'. Ins. Co.. la. St. Brand Creameries Irons, H. B Iroquois Pub. Co. 37.401 Proceedings of the Board relative to finance, the Summarized Fi- 1.07 nancial Statement, and the list of 50.20 Persons, Firms and Corporations to whom payments were made 166.42 during the quarter ending Decem- 471.31 her 31st, 1943, is true and correct 42.65 to the best of my knowledge and 17.70 belief. 63.75 R. L. JAMES, 4.97 I Secretary, Board of Directors. E. G. GRAHAM BURIED Bristow--Funeral services were icld Saturday afternoon at the U. 3. church for Edwin GrcenleaJ Graham, 70, who died at his home of a heart attack. Jacobs, Forest 112.35 Subscribed and sworn to before Jones, Ralph Lloyd Co.. Judy Co Journal Exc. Children .. Junior Scholastic 300.79 me this 17th day of January, 1944. 25.72 (SEAL) CECILS W. MARTIN, 2.00 Notary Public, Cerro Gordo County 28.80 Tuesday's stock market after an arly sluggish sell-off had put I lotal 32,000; slow, steady on al Iveights; sows strong; good anc Ihoice 200 to 300 pounds §13.7 Ihe top; 170 to 190 pounds $12.4 |o $13.25; 150 to 170 pounds scare It $11.50 to $12.60; 310 to 350 bound heavies $12.50 to $12.90; od and choice 300 to 500 pound ows $11.85 to $12.00; a few $12.50; htimated 25,000 unsold. Salable cattle 8,500; salable l-alves 1,000; fed steers and yearlings including yearling heifers ptrong to 25 'cents higher; active |»t advance; medium and good grade steers and comparable heifers showed most upturn; strictly choice steers absent, best $16.65; Sprinkling of $16.50 and $16.60, bulk $13.75 to $16.00; best heifers |$16.15. several loads $15.50 to IS16.00; bulk $12.75 to $15.50; short Ifed predominated in heifer sup- Iply; beef cows $15.25 higher, all lother strong; cutters $7.50 down; Istrictly good beef cows to $12.50; Ibulls steady, practical top heavy ·sausage offerings $11.50; vealers ·unchanged at $15.00 down, de- Imand for meagre supply available Istock cattle continued dull at |$10.00 to $12.25 mostly. I Salable sheep 6,000; total 6,000; (lambs active, steady to shade Ihigher; some medium and good llambs 25 cents higher than late [Monday; sheep fully.. steady;. ,3 [loads good and choice fed wooled I western lambs'scaling 105 pounds Idown $15.85 to packers; some good Inative and fed lambs $15.50, mixed Irriedium and good kind $14.00 to |$15.25; medium to choice native [slaughter ewes $7.00 to $8,00. selling. Wheat finished cent higher than the previous close, May $1.69Vi, July $1.67 : ;s, oats were V» cent off to % cents up, May 77%, rye was % cent off to % cent higher, May $1.28'/s to Sl.aB'A.-and barley was off Vs to 'A cent, May $1.20Vi. eaders down fractions to a point 1 j_ Dj rec tcd Teachers Committee of or so. the Board to make a study and The downward drift in the a recommendation to the Board morning was attributed partly to a t ;t s next m e e t i n g on a CHICAGO CASH WHEAT (Tuesday M a r k e t ) Chicago, (jl*j--Wheat none. Oats, sample grade xvhite TB'/a-BtnV Barley, malting S1.25-S1.44',i nom.; feed Sl.lR-SI.22'/i nom. Field seed per 100 Ibs.. Timothy $5.75- SG nom.: Red Top 514-515 nom.; Red Clover §31.50 nom.: Sweet Clover $10.50 nom. Mason City Grain MASON CITY-- For Tuesday No. 2 white oats ..... ........ 70c No. 2 shelled corn moisture) No. 2 ear corn $1.02 . moisture) ................. 98c o. 2 soybeans ............ Sl-81 Barley ..... .............. 75c-$ High School $7.00 per day. December 20th, 1943 Wall Street's concentration on the big war loan drive. Near-closing gains for carriers cumulative sick leave plan for teachers. SUMMARIZED FINANCIAL STATEMENT For Quarter Endine December 31st, 1943 portatibn'dividend revived. Trans- I On hand at close of last fers for the full proceedings ap- | quarter, September proximated 700,000 shares. ran to around a point but- top prices were reduced and losses elsewhere were well distributed.! Activity picked up as the trans- 30th, 1943 S 49,004.75 CHICAGO GRAIN CLOSE (Tuesday M a r k e t ) Chicago, (A*/ -- May July Sept. J u l y Sept.. RYE- May July May High l.B7V« I.S1V, .-.7.4%.. 1.21!. l.JOli Sl.68',4 1.««'.-! 1.66% Local Livestock HOGS MASON CITY--For Tuesday _ Steady. iGood light ligms 140-150 $ 8.00 Icood light lights 150-160 S 9.90 iGond light lights 160-170 SIO.SD cood light lights 170-180 511.30 cod light lights 180-200 SI2.90 lood light lights 200-220 SI3.40 ' med wt. butchers'.- 220-240 S 13.40 mcd wt b u t c h e r s .. 210-270 $13.40 3ood med wt butchers .. 270-300 913,40 5ood med. wt. butchers .. 300-330 S13.00 Good med. wt butchers .. 330-360 SI2.75 3ood Backing sows 270-300 SI 1.70 ·Good sows 300-330 S11.10 ·Good sows 330-360511.70 Good sows 360-400 SI 1.70 ·Good sows 400-450 S11.60 3ood sows 450-500 SI1.SO Doe lo excessive run or hoes, please call the plant belore delivering any hois. JACOB E. DECREE SONS. CATTLE Hides Quotations furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc.. . 3118 F i f t h Street Southwest Horschides 96.00 ·GREEN BEEF HIDES Bull hides 8c From 15 Ibs. up lie From IS Ibs. !own ,. 12c ·Cured hides Ic a Ifa. higher. Also Ic a Ib. higher for Rrccn hides to wholesale dealers In \vhotcsalc quantities. Produce (Merchant Quotations) (Cash Quotations by E. G. Jlorse) MASON CITY--For Tuesday Eggs, current receipts 28c Springs, heavy breeds 24c Leghorn springs, 2 Ibs. over 21c Heavy hens 21c Hons, under 4 Ibs 18c Cocks, heavy 17c Cocks, Leghorns 15c AH No. 2 Poultry 4 cents less Eggs, at retail 38c Butter, Iowa State Brand 49c Butter, Corn Country 4Sc Butter, Brookfield 49c NEW YORK PRODUCE Tuesdar M a r k e t ) New Y o r k . H'I--Esgs 27.242: steady, current general wholesale selling prices follow: Mixed colors, special No. 1 1o No. 4. 47 Ibs. and over 40-41!^; special No. 1 to No. 4. 46 Ibs. average 39',z; special medium 40 Ibs. average 28^-20: extra No. 1 to No. 2. 47 Ibs. and over 39'.2-40; exira No. 1 and No. 2. 43 Ibs. average 37-3a',~; extra medium 40 Ibs. average 29'/j-30: extra pullets 35-37 Ibs. 24'.i-25; standard 1.26 43-44 Ibs. 33'/2-3G'~r: current receipts 43 1.26;s Ibs. average 33: dirties 43 Ibs. 33-34: checks 32-32'.i; refrigerators 29-32. White, special No. 1 to No. 4. 47 Ibs. and over 43V2-45; special No. 1 and No. 1.17!i No. 4. 46 Ibs. average 33'£; special medium 40 Ins. average 28'.2-29: extra No. 1 average 3014-31; extra No. 1 and No. 2, 47 Ibs. and over 42-43; exira No. 1 and No. 2, 45 Ibs. average 40: extra medium 42-43 Ibs. 31-32; extra No. 1 and Ko. 2. Received during quarter e n d i n g December 31st, 1943 239,150.82 Total B a l a n c e a n d Receipts 288,155.57 Spent for Salaries, quarter ending December 31st, 1943 119,582.17 Spent lor non-salary items, per following Karamitros, Pete ...... '772.50 Kayenay Eng. Co Kee Lox Mfg. Co Klipto Loose Leaf Co... Knesel, A. W. Son ... Knopf, Alfred A Kresge, S. S. Co Kurtz Co. L. H Lake Mills Graphic .... Lee Febigcr Lippincott Co Lindstrom, Otto Little Brown Co Hale, E. M. Co. Longman Green Co Loomer, C. L Loring Supply Co Lyons Carnahan .... McClellan, Mrs. W. B. .. McGraw Hill Book Co.. MacMillan Co Mahaffey Typewriter Co. Mallo, Fred Marshall Piggly Wiggly. Marshall Swift, Inc.. M. C. Brick Tile Co.. M. C. Builders Sup. Co. M. C. Globe-Gazette... M. C. Loan Inv. Co.. M. C. Lumber Co M. C. Maintenance Co.. M. C. Millwork Co M. C. Motor Coach Co.. M. C. Public L i b r a r y . . . M. C. Tent Awning Co. M..C. Tile Marble Co. M. C. Warehouse Co. .. M. C. Waterworks Metropolitan -Sup. Co. .. Muehe, A. E Mips. Honeywell Reg. Co. Missouri Store Co Montgomery Ward Co... Moore, L. A. Lbr. Co Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gaiette carrier boy. HORSES WANTED for KILLING PURPOSES That Are Old, Blind, Lame, or With Other Blemishes. HIGH PRICES PAID A. G. JORDAN 323 So. Kentucky, Mason City Phone Barn 3758-Res. 4752W DISPERSION SALE OF SEND CABLE TO SOX 3.25 I Nashua--Mr. and Mrs. Charles 4.00 Ferguson received a notice from '619.86 the war department stating tha 309.38 they could send a cablegram o 18.42 cheer, free, to their son, Pvt 12.65 Perry Ferguson, who was seri 93.74lously wounded by a shrapnel in 11.22 the South Pacific recently. It was $.00 the first cablegram of the kind to 895.89 I be sent from here. 11.05 2.89 I PURCHASES BUILDING .72 Nashua--The cement building 13.25 I owned by Mrs. Ludern Franklin 3.44 and occupied by the International 18.46 Harvester company has been sold 139.73 to Frank Kraft of New Hampton, 425.25 who formerly operated a garage 40.511 there. 165.18 1.53 3.36 132.30 98.10 51.00 11.22 153.28 174.63 45.20 17.16 38.92 329.00 50.68 112.71 2,233.55 1.43 307.00 23.32 .75 .59 3.65 2.14 256.98 MASON CITY RENDERING CO. PHONE 1096 Call Us for Prompt Removal of All Dead Stock We Pay All Phone Charges Dept. of Agriculture · License No. 42 58,650.81 Nat'l D e n t a l Hygiene Close SI .69 tt -TaVn .7."1B HOLSTEIN CATTLE at the Fred Eilers form in the east part of town in Rockwell, on Thursday, Jan. 2O SALE TO START PROMPTLY AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. 26 -- HEAD OF HOLSTE1NS -- 26 1--PUREBRED HOLSTEIN COW. Registered. Nine years old, coming fresh. 1--PUREBRED HOLSTEIN HEIFER. Calf by side. 11--HOLSTEIN COWS. Milkinz. 6--HOLSTEIN HEIFERS. One year old. 6--HOLSTEIN HEIFERS. Fall calves. 1--PUREBRED HOLSTEIN BULL. One year old. FOUR STEERS ONE H E I F E R 2 While Face Steers 2 Roan Steers, wt. about 650 Ibs. 1 White Shorthorn Heifer, \vt. about 650 Ibs. Tntal pvm-nditures for I Nat'l Cash Register Co.. Quar^e? 178,232.93 Nat'l Congress Parents Cash balance on hand M^M 31 ? 6 " V Y'f"Av,~ at close of quarter, Nat'l Coimci o f Teach- i ers o j English . . Dec. 31st, 1943 109,922.59 1 Nat'l Refining Co Nat'l Safety Council ... T o t a l Expenditures , ,, , , _ and Balance $288,155.57 Ben Nelson .Garage News Map of Week ... North Union Co Northwestern Bell Tel. Co National Lock Co Northwestern Dis. Co. . FARM MACHINERY, ETC. 1 McCormick-Decrinfc Tower Binder, 10-ft., practically new; 1 S"(cel Lever Drag, four section; 1 two silicic unit Milking Machine, McCormick-Decring, 70-lb. Pails; 1 set of Back-pad Harness; 1 Cuiti-packer, 13-ft., almost new; 1 Bean Binder, S-ft., with take-off; Z Brooder Houses, 8x10 ft. BOY'S BICYCLE, WITH NEW BALLOON TIRES PAYMENTS MADE TO PERSONS. FIRMS AND CORPORATIONS Other than salaries, for Quarter I Northern Oil Corp. ending Dec. 31st, 1943. Nystrom A. J. Co. Aldrich Aldrich $ 135.60 O'Brien Mfg. Co 20.78 ottingcr, Mrs. Mamie .. Allied Radio Corp. Allison Coal Feed Co. 2,302.29 O sco Drug Co. MASON CITY--For Tuesday -holce steers ana neirors .. S14.00-15.00 _3ood steers and heifers ... SI2.50-I3.50 ·Med. steers and heilers SIO.00-ll.50 -Com. steers and heifers S 8.00- 0.50 ·Cows, dry fed S 8.50- 9.00 · Com. cows S 7.50-8.00 IButcher bulls' S 3.00-10.00 jna bulls S8.00- 3.00 iBologna bulls, light S 7.00- 8.00 Icuttcrs 3 G.OO- 7.00 Icanners, heavy S 5.00- 6.00 Icanncrs. lieht S 4.00- 5.00 ·Fancy select calves S12.00-13.00 ICalves. Kd. to choice. 130-190 Sll.00-12.00 ICalvcs. fair to Rood .. 130-190 S 0.00-10.00 ICalves. common to fair $7.50- 8.50 | Calves, cull S 4.05 d'wn SHEEP MASON CITY--For Tuesday I Genuine sp. Iambs, -fid. to ch SI3.25-14.25 I Gen. sp. tambF. med. to good S12.00-I3.PO I Fed cwe.c. pood to choice S 5.00- fi.oo I Common ewes S 1.00- 2.00 [Bucks S .75-1.50 Miscellaneous POTATO MARKET (Tuesday Market) CMraito. MV-- ( W F A I -- Pota Iocs, arrivals 9 0 ; o n track 232: total U. S. shipments 804: supplies moderate: demand light; market steady on best stock, dull for others; Colorado Red McClures U. S. No. 1. $3.42; Nebraska Bliss Triumphs U. S. No. 1. S3.44: Minnesota and North Dakota Bliss Triumphs commercials S3: Michigan Russet Rurals U. S. No. 1. S2.60; Wisconsin Russet Rurals U. S. No. 1, S2.45: Florida Bliss Triumphs U. S. No. 1. 45 Ibs. average 40: extra medium 42-43 Ibs. 31-32; extra medium 40 Ibs. average 30: extra pullets 35-37 Ibs. 25 ] ~-2G; duck, average 50-53: duck, small 31-35. Brown, special No. 1 to No. 4. 47 ]bs. -ind over SS'.^-SD'.i; special No. 1 to No. 4. 4fi Ihs. average 37',~-3R: special medium 42-43 Ibs. 31-32: special medium 40 Ibs. average 29 ! ,~-30; extra No. 1 and No. 2. 47 Ibs. and over 33-33U; extra No. 1 and No. 2, 45 Ibs. average 37: extra medium 42-43 Ibs. 20^-30',^; extra medium 40 lh.s. 28 t / = -29: extra pullets 35-37 bs. 24'.i-25. Butter 1,196.680; firm, prices unchanged at ceiling. Cheese 696.256; nominal, no quotations. CUICAC.O POULTRY (Tuesday, Market) CMcapn. i.'7*j--Poultry, live; steady; cars 19 trucks; market unchanged. CHICAGO PRODUCE (Tuesday Market) C ri i c a r; n. f,pj--Bultci. firm: receipts MOTHERS PUBLISH PAPER Thermopolis, Wyo. -- One of Wy| oming's newest newspapers is the "Hot Springs County News" -I published by the American Moth- j ers' league of Thermopolis. The 1 4-page, 4-column edition is sent | to soldiers from the county who I are stationed all over the world, I once a month. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT FRIDAY VOTfffQ Tor Economy Efficiency and City- Manager form of Government 653,163; market unchanged. S2.60-S2.75 per SO Ib. sack; S2.75-S2.80 a receipts unchanged. Ladybugs arc used in the citrus CHICAGO LIVESTOCK FORECAST (Tuesday Market) C h i c a n e . Wj--iWFAl -- O f f i c i a l l y csti groves of California to destroy mealybugs, one of the fruit crops I mated salable livestock receipts Wcdncs'day: deadly enemies. BOARD AND ROOM By GENE AHERN WAIT, YOU DAFFY =( ·SAUOOT/---THE BLADE T=EU!_OtJT OF THAT OLD BREAD- KMIFE/ -"TEU- PINKY TO GIVE YOU A CARVING KNIFE, .-THEN GO OUT IM THE ALLEYf SINCE THEY A1NT A SOFT SPOT IN YOUR HEART FOR. E, LIFE AINT WUTH RUSTY HIKSGE-SOJJEAX. HE BLUFF THAT FIZZLED 1-18 CRYPTOQUOTE--A cryptogram quotation P Q J G J N X V Q C P Q ^ Z O J B P Z C U U Y F J C E V J C U X R V V U Q C E J -- T J Q C S J U E J C B J . Yesterday's Cryptoquote: GLOOMY PENITENCE IS ONLY MADNESS TURNED UPSIDE DOWN--JOHNSON. TO SOLVE CRYPTOGRAMS-- In solvinfc eryplosrams yon mast endeavor lo d i s cover what alphabetic character appear* most (refincnllr. When I h i * i* done, you beitEn to substitute year k e y lellers. A - E - O arc u t n a l l y the most commonly nseo* vowels: N-R-S-T are common consonants. In o r d e r to determine the correct placement of your letters. H is well to study word endings'and the two and three l e t t e r words appearing In the pnzxle. Words like be. he. it. al. ol: anrl the. hut, »no. etc., oHen aid in the s o l u t i o n , wlileh Is accomplished by trial and error. If you substitute A for O In rtnc word, yon must do the same In all the words. If It works, you've cnessed tl«M: if It doesn't, you'll have lo try again. O n c e Ihe key letters are found and correctly placed, the, rest Is »u»l!y t»»y. Allyn Bacon Am. Abrasive Metal Co. American Book Co Americana Corp. American Crayon Co. .. , . Ed. Press Inc Am. Handicraft Co Am. Medical Assn Am. Sch. Health Assn.. Anderson Lumber Co. . Appleton-Ccntury Co. . Aspenson, M. E Avery Son, G. S Barclay, Paul V Barnes, A. C. Co Barnes, Ivan Agency ... Barrett Bros Bex Ins. Co Birchard Co., C. C. . Blumensteil, C. W Boomhower Hdwe. Co.. . Boston Music Co Boyd Typewriter Co. ... Bracken Ins. Agency ... Bradley Co., Milton Brodhcd Garrctt Co. ... Brown Ins. Agency, H. C. Bur. Ed. Research Bur. Visual Instr Bur. of Publications .... Burstein-Applebce Co. . Central Scientific Co. .. C. N. W. RR. Co T:ivic Education Scr. ... Charles W. Clark Co. .. Clark Co. E. W College Ent. Book Co... Continental Press Colgate Palmolive Feet Co Crescent El. Sup. Co. . . Craftsman Wood Scr. Co. Crystal Lake Ice Fuel Co Curric Van Ness Co. . .. Davey Son, Hugh .... Decker . Sons, J. E. -Decker Bros Dcnoyer, Gcppert Co. .. DCS Moines Bookbindery Determan Elcc. Co DeWildc Auto Repair .. Dictaphone Sales Corp... Ditto Inc. '. Dodd Mead Co Doublcday, Doran Co. Dryden Press Dutlon E. P. Co Econ. Weld Mach. Wks. Ed. Music Bureau Educator's Progress .... Eggcrs, F. W., Ptg. Co... Engler Drug Co Family Welfare Ass'n.. Farm Products Co Farrar Rinehart, Inc. First National Bank ... Favor-Ruhl Co Floyd Leonard El. Co. Follctt Pub. Co Frontier Press Fuller Brush Co Fullcrton Lumber Co. .. Funk Wagnalls Co Ginn Co Grippen Co. D. W Grolicr Society, Inc. ... Grupp Food Market ... Gamble Robinson Co. .. Oxford Book Co n.70 Page Lumber Co 202.11 Palmer, A. N. Co 6.00 Patterson, John 33.32 pattie Ins. Co 318.02 p a y n e Plbg. Htg. Co. - 4S Payne Wallpaper Paint 2.oO p au iey, Ray E., Co 2 -°° Paxton Lbr. Co 4 - 25 P. G. E. Co 33-05 p en ney, J. C. Co 4.7o Pctty Cash Acct 16?.4a pj a ff Baking Co , * no Pink Su PP'y Co 16.99 P | ay Skool Inc 30.49 Powt , rs Rcg . Co 64.01 prentice Hall Inc 126.86 prjtchard Motor Co. ... 6.90 Q uarr j e Corp 2 - 50 Rand McNally Co. ... 2 °- 21 Randall, Gilbert °- 55 Rankin Bros 4 - 61 Reed, Lcs, Music Co. ... 218.62 154.54 21.58 2.01 338.40 7.61 2.00 11. D5 149.46 4.40 56.00 .74 .67 .74 3.84 26.17 152.37 6.40 2.27 198.07 39.11 64.57 166.26 89.93 515.67 124.26 25.38 2.58 7.00 24.15 22.60 K62 l.iO 30.74 36.54 5.90 36.84 1.48 1.50 12.00 1.39 356.23 17.12 4.69 31.60 21.50 51.79 303.81 2.34 392.08 191.77 96.87 33.58 7.71, Roichnrdt, Rat Romey Realty Co Roosevelt Jr. H. S Row Peterson Co. ... Ruby, Warren Sakols, D. N. Co Sanborn, Benj. H. Co. Saunders, W. B. Co. ... Schanke, A. M Schuler, Salrah Schurtz, R. C Scott Foresman Co... Sears Roebuck Co. ... Shepherd, Ralph S. ... Shipley Ptg. Co Silver Burdetle Co... Singer, L. W. Co Snyder's Food Store ... Snyder, C. I. Co Standard Oil Co. ...... State U. of Iowa 1.00 32.70 15.00 1.00 51.75 21.00 180.12 25.00 70.15 294.47 1.41 77.73 9.69 142.59 54.00 262.50 2.82 61.76 114.08 1.20 8.50 .46 82.15 10.46 1.63 361.46 3,207.06 1.01 178.18 169.04 55.25 1.01 6.72 138.82 59.2 2.0 11.8 342.4 5.0 157.6 31.47 18.85 2.66 TOP PRICES PAID FOR HIDES FUR WOLF BROS. INC. 308 5th S. W. TERMS: Cash, or Make Arraneements with Clerk Before Date of Sale. No Property to Be Removed Until Settled for FRED EILERS Ora Bayless, Aucf. -- United Home Bank of Mason City, Clerk Stinson, Ira Stoyles Press Co Strong Scott Mfg. Co... Slubbs, Glenn C Survey Associates S\vcclhcart Bakery Swift, John S. Co Thomas Machine Co. ... Thompson O'Ncil Co. .. Thrams, W. D. Ins Treas. State of Iowa . .. Tropical Paint Oil Co. United Ins. Agency . . . Univ. of Chicago Press. Univ. of Chicago Vance Music Co VanEvery, Geo Van Nostrancl Co. ..... Waffle Book Co Waterloo Chem. Co. ... Wearda, Mrs. H. C Roberts, Ethel Webb Book Co Webster Pub. Co W. M. Welch Mfg. Co... West Disinfecting Co. .. Western Grocer Co. . .. Western Union Tel. Co. Westinghouse El. Mfg. Co White, S. S. Denial Mfg. Co Willard Rubber Products Wiley Sons, John .... Willis, H. F; 89.19 21.00 141.87 20.08 7.18 50.00 22.40 30.00 1,544.32 3.25 7.50 12.24 70.71 54.58 18.34 50.32 50.18 16.95 1.87 29.58 16.69 32.53 3.00 51.97 2.00 2.42 71.51 5.28 34.56 65.74 15.02 2.50 2.50 83.95 31.92 6.46 9.64 82.50 157.50 29.64 12.35 223.15 68.71 56.25 146.83 1.24 3.00 3.67 24.00 24.75 3.35 MRS. HEN will thank us for this We've been offering Dr. Hess Laying Mash for a number o years. As we've always told you it's a topnotch feed--the kind o feed that contains more eggs. We can't make this Mash any better, it's top-notch--but we'v done something we think will m terest you--we've added Dr Hess Poultry Pan-a-min to on feed. This means, of course, that you get both a Mash and a Conditioner in the same bag. The Mash supplies the nutrients to make eggs. Pan-a-min supplies the conditioners to keep a hen in condition to consume more feed and lay more eggs. So get Dr. Hess Laying Mash with; Pan-a-miii if you really want those hens of yours to lay more eggs. Dr. Hess Laying Mash has been tested and approved by the Research Farm of Dr. Hess Clark. It will give your hens something to cackle about when you put it in your feed hoppers. FARMERS ELEVATOR PHONE 270 PUBLIC SALE! As I am moving on an acreage, I will sell the following described property, on the place known as the Jim Watts farm, two miles South of Red Mill, five miles West of Sugar Mill, three-quartera mile West of County Home and three and one-half miles North, seven miles Northeast of Clear Lake. Tuesday, Jan. 25th AT 12:30 7 HEAD OF CATTLE I 3 Milk cows 2 Two year old Holstein heifers, to freshen soon. j 2 Five year old White faced heifers to freshen in Spring-. 4 HEAD OF HORSES 1 Black mare, four years old, weiffht 1400. 1 Bay mare, five years old, in foal, wcifrhl 1400. 1 Bay geldinR. five years old, weight 1500. 1 Bay pony, three years old, wciRht 800. 40 Head of black faced ewes, bred to Iamb in April. 1 Purebred Cheviot buck. MACHINERY 1 Allis Chalmers combine, five foot cut. 1 Allis Chalmers pick up attachment 1 Allis Chalmers wind rower. I Allis Chalmers straw spreader. 1 Pair of Allis Chalmers rotary hoes. 1 Massey Harris corn binder. 1 36 foot sandwich elevator, like new. I Rock Island two row corn plow. 1 John Dccrc sifle delivery rake. 1 Rock Island hay loader. 1 New Idea manure spreader. 1 8 foot sprinsr tooth harrow. 1 Three section drag. 1 Sulky plow, 16 inches. 1 Bob sled. 1 16 foot silo rack. 1 16 fool feed bunk. 1 Chevrolet motor mounted on truck. 1 10-20 iMcCormick-DeerinK tractor. 1 De Laval cream separator. 1 Set of one and one-half inch brcechcn harness, 4 years old. 1 Set of one and one-half inch brcechcn harness, less than 1 year old. 130 Feet of new hay rope. 4 Hay slings. 700 Bales of clover and timothy hay. 1000 Bushels of corn in crib. 400 Bushels of oats. Wharam and Martin will sell ten good Holslein cows at this sale, most of them three year old heifers. Some fresh and the rest (o freshen soon. TERMS--Cash, or see your banker Ticfore sale. George C. Whitt, Owner 1 Grapple hay lork. 300 Bales of alfalfa hay. On Bayless, Auctioneer United Home Bank, Clerk Most Attractive Bred Sow Sale offering we have ever presented. Will sell on FRIDAY, JANUARY 21st fc-?"··- AT OUR FARM 2 MIUES EAST OF MASON CITY They arc the deep, wide, roomy type of gills. Slated to boars that have a lot tit natural thickness and easy feeding qualities. Sale Starts at 1 O'clock 4-H club members--Get our catalogue for valuable prizes offered by the Iowa Poland China Breeders' Ass'n. FREE LUNCH AT NOON EMMERT BROS., Poland China Breeders MASON CITY, IOWA I "

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