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TWENTY-FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 19 1930 HOGS STRONG TO 10 CENTS HIGHER IMPROVEMENT IN CATTLE MARKET Most Fed Steers, Yearlings, Sell Strong in Trade at Chicago. CHICAGO, G»--There was some improvement in the demand for cattle Thursday and most fed steers and yearlings sold strong, much of the week's early decline being regained despite the plain killing quality. Best steers sold around $10.25 although odd lots of light beeves were quoted up to 511. Choice steers are now quoted around ?3 a hun- · dredweight below a year ago and the common grades are $1 lower. Receipts are running lighter but this has not stimulated demand. Many plain and medium steers that are half fat have been selling for less than they cost last fall as feeders but despite this there are many country inquiries for replacement steers at S6 to 58. Favorable weather and feeding conditions, it is expected, will encourage farmers to hold back unfinished steers but at present many feed lots are very muddy. Hogs were strong to 10 cents higher Thursday but sows were steady. The hog top was J10.75. Early lambs sales were fully steady, shippers paying a top of S10.35 and packers paying $10.25. Mason City Livestock MASON CTTY -- For Thursday HOGS Five to JO cents hletiet. Good liEbt lifibta , ,, . , . 140-160 5S.BO- 9.10 Good lights .............. . 1CO-180 $9.'15- 9.7, r » Good JIglit butchers ..... 150-2^0 $9.75-10.05 Good light butchers ... 200-220 ?9- 75-10.05 Good rned. wt. butchers 200-250 $9.75-10 05 Good mcd. wt. butchers 250-270 $9.45- 9.75 Goofi mcd. wt. butchers 270-290 $9.35- 9.6! Good heavy butchers .... 290-325 $9.15- y.45 Good heavy butchers ,. 325-350 $9.05- 3,35 Good heavy butchers .. 35^-400 5S.80- y.15 Good packing sows ... 275-350 JS.60- S.90 Good heavy sows ..... 350-425 $3,40- S.70 Good big hy. sows ... 425-550 SS.20- S.50 Good big hy. sows 550 and up 58.00- 8.30 (The above is a I0:3-j truck hog market lor good and choice hogs. The difference ID price is for short and long haul hogs.) $7.50-8.50 S 6.00- 7.50 5 4 50- ti. 00 $ 5.50- 5.50 ? 4.75- 5.60 $ 4.00- 4.75 $ 4.25- 5.00 $3.75- 4.25 53.25-3.75 S 3.00- 3.25 54.50-5.25 S -1.00- 4,50 S 6.00- 7.00 $ 5.00- tS.OO 5 5.00 down $ 8.50- S.OO S 6.5(1- 750 ? 5.00- 6.00 $ 5.00 down S 7-00- u.OO $ 5.00- 7.00 5 4-00- 5,00 5 4-00 down * 2.75- *,00 J 1-50- 3.MI ¥1.00-2.50 S 6.00- 7.00 S 4.00- 7.00 Steers, good to choice ...... Steers, medium to good ...... Steers, lair to medium _....Heifers, good to choice ...... Heifcrsi medium to good ...... Heifers, common to medium .. Cows, good to chalce .."..,....«. Cows, fair to good ............ Cows, cutters Cows, canDcrs ..- ................ Bulls, heavy ...................... Bulls, light .. ................. Calves, gd. and choice 130-190 Calves, med. to good 130-180 Calves, infer, to com. 130-190 , Lambs, good to choice .. 70-90 Lambs, medium to good ...... Lambs, fair to medium ...... Common to fair ...... , ..... .... XearltBga. good to choice 7U-90 Yearlings, med, to good 70-90 Tcarlings, fair to medium ---Culls ...... . ..... ~ ............ Native ewes, good to choice ... Cull ewes . ................... Bucks Wethers, 2 years old ....... wethers, poor to best .,.,.Buck lambs Jl less. No docit on lamos. Quotations' subject to market fluctuations. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. (Tbursdny Market) CHICAGO, vl'.'--U- S. department of agriculture-- -HOGS 11,000; including 3,000 direct; strong to 10c higher than Wednesday's average; isows steady; top S10.75; buik 160 to 250 Ibs. S10.40g;10.70; 250 to 300 Ibs. $10.10@10.50; 300 to 350 Ibs. S9.831Q.15; 140 to 16Q Ibs. $10.35:510.65: sows S9-25@9.60. CATTLE 5,000; calves 1,500; fed steers and yearlings strong; good share week's early decline regained especially on light steers and yearlings; killing quality plain; best steers around $10-25; odd lots light offerings to $11; bulk S7.50$'9; stockers. slow, steady; better grades 37.25S witn outstanding stockers to SS.T5; better grade heifers SSS.50 In load jots, steady; lower grade heifers strong at ?7 down; other classes steady to strong; weighty sausage bul's up to $5.90; vealers $9 down. SHEEP 10,000; opening sales fully steady ·with light and handy weight lambs active; early top $10,35 to shippers, $10.25 to packers; some heavy lambs sold upward to 510 but most bids on 100 Ibs. and over averages jower; bulk early sales fat lambs SlO® 10.25; sheep scarce, about steady; native ewes $5.50 down. SIOCS CITY LIVESTOCK. (Thursday Market) SIOUX CITY, GrP)--U, S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 2,500; beef steers and yearlings uneven; lighter weights firm; others slow; fed heifers strong; cows slow, barely steady; stockers and feeders about steady; most fed steers and yearlings S7@8; few loads held higher; scattered Jots good heifers around $7.25; most beef cows $4.25@5.25; cutter grades $3.25(?1; few common and medium stockers $7 down. HOGS 5,000; opening fully iflc higher to shippers; tetter 180 to 220 Ib. butchers SlO.lO ®10.25; early top $10.25; no action on other ·weights; packers inactive; sows I0-15c higher; mostly S9.10®9.15; feeder pigs S9®9.50. SHEEI* 4,000; no early bids; undertone ·weak; buyers talking unevenly lower for weighty lambs; best handy weights' held around $10; late Wednesday lighter weights lambs mostly steady to weak; some sales 25c off for weighty kinds; top $10; bulk S9.50@ P. 85. Hog Markets KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK (Thursday Market) KANSAS CITr, t-P--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS, 2,000; 160 direct; fairly active to all interests; strong to lOc higher than Wednesday's average; spots up more on heavies; top $10.40; good to choice 160 to 260 Ibs. S10.2SS? 10.35; few 270 to 330 Ibs. $9.60® 10.20; belter grade 130 to 150 Ibs. SlOS' 30.25; sows SS-75!5:9.25; few S9.35. CATTLE, 3,500; calves 400; killing classes of cattle fairly active, steady to strong; vealers and calves steady; stockers and iecders slow, weak; liberal carry-over in dealer's pens; several loads medium to good short fen steers of light weight ST.ZSJjS-fO; part load $8.50; two loads choice heifers $S.25; few butcher cows $4.755.50: low cutters and cutters largely S3(54.2o; most T«alers $7.50 down; few selected kinds $8. SHEEP, 5.000; scattered opening sales desirable weight fed lambs steady at $9.75 -tf'10; best held above $10.15. SOUTH ST. PAXjX LIVESTOCK (Thursday Market) SOUTH ST. PAUL. OT--U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 2,300; slow, buyers resist stronger asking prices on slaughter steers ana she stock; fed steers held mainly around $7(?S: very plain kinds available, down to S5.50: asking $6??7 for medium fat heifers; bids around ?5.25 down for most b?ef cows; few- low cutter to cutter cows SS.SO^^^S; about steady; bulls 10 i:«c lower; bulk S5.2ri: Mocker* pcarcr; little chance quotable; calvvr 1.600; steady, desirable vcalcrs S6@ MIDWEST HOGS Hog prices at midwcsi murKets Thursday: U'ATJUKLOO-- Hogs sleudy to 10 cent* higher. GOud to choice 140-150 Ibs. $S.t*0(i() y.lO; 1^-100 ibji. $9.05^9.35; IGO-lSO iUs. J9.55^y.8S; J80-200 Ibs. $9.SO@10.10; 250270 Ibs, S9.«0(fi'9.90; 270-290 IDS. 59.41'® 9.70; 290-320 Ibs. $9.1'5fy'9.55; 325-350 !bs. S9.109.-JO; packing sows 275-35O Ibs. $8.(iO -:t'S.90; 350-425 Ibs. $8.40(0)8.70; 425-550 Iba. S8.2SS.G5. CEDAH JtEAI'IOS--Good hogs 150 to IfiO Ibs. $9.15ft 9.40; ISO to 170 Ibs. $9-4U!^y.65; 170 to 180 Jbs. $B.G5£i)9.90; ISO to 230 Ibs. $9.90^10.35; 230 to 250 Iba. SV.85W.10; 200 to 270 Ibs. $9.63(^9.90; 270 to 290 Ibs. $9.00rtj9.75; 290 to 325 Ibs. $9.355i'S.60; 325 to 350 Ibs. J9.2Qfy9.45; good packers 275 to 350 Iba. $8.65l;t'8.90; 350 to 425 Ibs. $8.15ifi; 8-70; 425 to 500 IbS. $8.25^8.50; 000 to 550 Jbs. $S.OO(;f'S.30. OTTUMWA --lOc higher; 140 to 150 Ibs. $8.756 V.Q5; 150 to 160 Ibs. 59.03^9.35; ISO to 180 IbS. $9.45^9.75; 180 to 200 Ibs. S9.75 ryjlO.05; 200 to 220 Ibs. $9.75$i;a.95; 200 to 220 Ibs. S9.75frlO.03; 200 to 250 Ibs. 59.65(3 9.90; 250 to 270 Ibs. $9.45ry9.70; 270 to 290 Ibs. $9.35'.! 9.65; 290 to 325 Ibs. $9.15ft9.45; 325 to 350 Ibs. $9.055.9.35; 350 to 400 Ibs. 58.S5si9.15; packers 270 to 350 Ibs. $8.55fi) 8.85; 350 to 425 Ibs. $8.35^8-65; 425 to 450 s. 58.15fj,8.45. AUSTIN--Hogs lOc higher; good to choice ISO to 250 IbS. $9.755'10.05; 250 to 290 Ibs. $9.45(219.75; 290 to 350 Ibs, ?9.15©9.45; packing sows good 275 to S5o Ibs. $8.20Qj 8.90. (JOM1HNED HOG REOKH'TS. 0ES M01NES, (/Vh-U. 3. department of agriculture-Combined hop receipts at 20 concentration yards and 9 packing plants located In interior Iowa and southern Minnesota tor the 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m. Thursday were 17,800 compared with 15.200 a week ago and 15,300 a year ago. Quotations follow: Lifiht lights 140 to 160 Ibs. good and choice $9.10^9.70; light weights 160 to ISO Ibs. $9.55£r 10.10; ISO to 200 Ibs. $9.855i 1 10.35; medium weights 200 to 220 Ibs, $9,S55T'10.35; 220 to 250 Ibs. 59.85^ 10.35; heavy weights 200 to 290 Ibs. 59.45{i 10.10; 290 to 350 ibs. $9.15Ti 9.75; packing sows 270 to 350 ibs, good S8.6.1'S9.:.'); 350 to 425 Ibs. 5S,50@9; 42. r to 550 IbS. $8.25S8.SO. 7; choice kinds $7.50. HOGS 4,000; active to all interests; unevenly steady to 20c higher than Wednesday; better 160 to 220 Ibs. $10^10.40; lop 510.-15 for strictly choice 170 to 190 Ibs. 220 to 270 IbS. $9.60^10.15; 270 to 325 Ibs. $9.40^9.70; 140 to 160 Ibs. largely $1 10.40; packing sows mostly SS.SOC': 9; S9.1G; pigs scarce; few lots 59.50^ 10; average cost Wednesday $9-32; weight 234 Ibs. SHEEP 1,000; run includes three loads fed' lambs; balance natives; no early sales slaughter classes; undertone around steady, asking stronger; fed lambs Wednesday 59.60 ffi 9.SO; bulk $9.75; fat ewes $5^5,50; rang, feeding and shearing Iambs $9.40^9-60. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. (Thursdiiy Market) OMAHA, /p)--U- S. department of agricul- ure-- HOGS 6.500; including IOC direct; active on tight weight butchers. I0-I5c higher than Vednesday; bids and few sales other weights steady to lOc higher; good to choice 180 to 230 Ib. butchers S10.25fMO.35; top to snip' pers 510.35; some 230 to 270 Ib. averages I10.10SP30.25; better grades 160 to ISO Ibs. lOgf'10.25; 110 to 160 Jbs. $5.60?t 10.10; zooit tnvs S9.239.30. few 59.35; 10-15c highur; lock pigs SS.509; few S9.25; strong to 25c lighef; stags S9 down; average cost Wednes- ay $9,90, weight 257. CATTLE 4,000; calves 300; fed steers and earlings opening slow steady but with somewhat Improved action over Wednesday; light heifers active and futiy steady; other she tock slow and steady; bulls and vealers teady; stockers and feeders scarce and teady; fed steers and yearlings mostly $'$ .50; few loads §8.75(5-9.25; heifers mostly 6.25-fi.7.40; bulk beef cows S4-505.50; cuter grades S3.25®4: light shells S3 and strong veiRlit cutters SI.25; bulls 54.75^,5.50; prac- ical top vealers $7. odd head S7.50; few lots tochers and feeders $6.50g7.50; light stock- rs held up to SS.25. SHEEP 6,000; entire supply fed wooied ambs, mostly killers; lambs slow, around 25c lower; other classes scarce"; fed wooletl ambs $9,25r?9.75. best held above S10; choice fed ewes eligible UP to 55.75; 2 loads mixed fats and feeding lambs to traders S9.75. LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO. (/T--Official estimated receipts Friday: Cattle 2,500; hogs 10,000; sheep 10,000. Representative Soles (Thursday Market) CHICAGO, /Pi--U. S. department of agri- jlture--Representative sales; leavy--- lediums-- 2 5 HOGS. Lights-9.90 36 10.00 29 10.25 52 10.50 34 J6S 177 189 196 Light Lights. 1150 1070 IOCS 1210 1071 1142 860 871 mbs-- 87 99 92 103 100 32 10.45 14 10.60 10 10.70 16 10.75 CATTLE. Hetfcrs- 11.00 -3 10.35 31 . 10.00 25 9.75 16 9.00 22 8 25 Cows-7.75 3 7.60 2 SHEEP. Ewes- 10.40 42 10.40 16 10.35 10.25 10.25 10,00 9.80 9.75 145 150 156 100-1 891' 90S 760 SJO 1180 1230 1090 1104 910 10.50 10.60 10.70 10.75 10.35 10.50 10.65 9,00 S.50 7.75 7.40 6.V5 6.25 5.50 5.10 4.85 3.60 5.50 3.50 Hides Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc., 303 Fiflh Street ^Southwest BORSEHIDES Horschidca .... . J3.UO 'GREEN BEEF HIDES Up to 25 Ibs 5%c 25 to 45 Ibs - - -*"-* · · · -5C Koro than 60 Ibs. Ac Bull tildes ...,,..,._ 3c ·Cured hides half cent more a pound. (On above prices a cent higher to wPolc- salo dealers ID wholesale lots.) \VOOJL. MARKET. (Thursday Market) BOSTON, LPJ--U. S. department of agriculture- Greasy combing domestic wools were nominally quoted unchanged in the absence of business to test the market, prices were reported a little soft on scoured wools suitable for woolen manufacture. Quotations were somewhat irregular also on wool tops made from medium grade domestic combing woofs. These developments were consistent with recent reports that ne«- ordtr$ for goods were slow ana that deliveries of semi-manufactured products of wool have slackened substantially. (iOVKUNMESX HONUS. (Thursday M a r k e t * NKW YORK, U'l--U. S. bonds closed; Treasury 4143 47-52 117.16. Treasury 4? 44-'.5 112.12. Treasury 3%s 40-43 Jimu 30S-1S, Treasury 3«-.'s 43-17 107.2C. Treasury 3l'-s 4G--I9 105.12. Treasury 3s 51*35 10-1, WHEAT MARKET AVERAGE HIGHER Improved Export Demand in Canada Helps Advance at Chicago. CHICAGO, (fl)--Improved export demand for Canadian wheat did a good deal to make wheat everywhere average higher Thursday. Unfavorable weather for domestic winter wheat crops southwest continued. There was a notable absence jf eastern liquidating sales that Wednesday formed an oustanding feature. Wheat closed firm. V s @ % above Wednesday's finish; May 98%@%; July 89H@ 3 ,4; corn % off to Vs up; May 60%®%; oats unchanged to ',4 higher, and provisions unchanged to a rise of 17 cents. CHICAGO CASH GKAUi. (Thursday Market) CHICAGO. Ur--Casb wheat. No, 2 hard Sl.OS'.i; sample gradu mixed TS^c. . Corn, No. 4 mixed 56C; No. 5 mixed 55% 55 : , L ic; No. 4 yellow 56^riB59c; No. 5 yellow SsiiSiSe'tc: No. 1 white" 5S«i5iMc; No. 5 white 5-157-71C; sample grade 4352C. Oats, No. 2 white 30c: No. 3 white 25 _ SB'/ic; No. 4 white 2JU^24'^c; sample grade IT'.t Si 28c. No rye- Soybeans, track Chicago. No. 2 yellow 80Vi ®Slc nominal; No. 3 yellow 78%c; sample grade 74®75c. Barley, actual sales 70c, reed 30S4Gc nominal, malting -HC'i S7c nominal. Timothy seed 52.90 c\vt. Clover seed $12.50*20.75 cwl. Lard tierces 510.77; loose S10.22; bellies 514.77. Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Thursday No. 3 yellow corn 4'/c No A yellow corn 44C Ear corn 40c White oats, No. 3 ' 20c Feeding barley 25-35c No. 2 yellow soybeans GOo THLiiaOAt' 0RJLLY I-OSE. .SS WHEAT-May .... Ju'y -Sept CORN-May 60'.-. July 60 : -i Sept 60 Vt OATS-May 26!i July .26'-; Srpt 26 r 'j RYE-- Miiy 56 July Sept ... .."'·"· a BARLEY-May LARD-Mar. 10.60 May 10.S7 July 10.90 Sept 10.77 BELLIES-Mar May CHICAGO, I.T.-- Close .98 v .39'.. .(ion .60',-; 10.72 10.77 10.77 10.63 .60 V, -80S .00 li, .26% .26 S .40 10.75 10.87 10.90 10.77 14.30 1-1.55 MINNEAPOLIS FI.UL'K. (Thursday Market) MINNEAPOLIS, /v -- Flour uncharged. Carload lots family patents S6.95ff".I5 a barrel in 98 Ib. cotton sacks. Shipments 21.200. Pure bran $l. r )-7.T'f?-16. Standard middlings $15.75i5ls. MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN. (Thursday Market) MINNEAPOLIS, uP)--Wheat 39 cars; w, higher; No. l heavy dark northern spring 60 lb£. 51.21^^1.32^; No. 1 dark northern 59 Ibs. Sl.lS'il.SlVi: 5S Ibs. Sl.lTgH.SOtt; fancy No. 1 hard Montana 14 per cent protein $1.30U @1.22i4; to arrive $1.19*.* ~ 1.21%; grade of No. 1 dark hard or No. 1 hard Montana winter $l.D3^j (jfcl.OSii; to arrive S1.02 1 /lG'1.0S 1 ,i; No. 1 hard amber durum $l.01»i @ 1.1934 ; No. l red durum SO^ic; May $1.06 *4~; July $1.01%; September 91c. Corn, No. 3 yellow 60(^61c. Oats, No. 3 white 21%(26%c. OMAHA GRAIN. (Thursday Market) OMAHA, i.T 1 ;--Wheat, No. 5 dark nard 09v;c: No. -1 hard 9-l!ff.91%c: No. 5 Hard 59 @92c. Corn, No. 4 white 54J261C; No. 3 yellow 60c; No. 4 yellow 55',~ 958%c; No. 5 yellow 51%B'53%c: sample yellow 47S4714C; No. 3 mixed 5S%c; No. 4 mixed 57c; No. 5 mixed 33V54C. : ;·'( Oats, No. 3 white 23%c; No. 4 white 22@ 22 «c. Public Utility and fndusfrio? Stocks Quoted by A. M. Scbanke and Company, Telephone 1300. MasoD City. Bid and asked Thursday: Cent St El fi pet ptt (S2S par) II Cent St El 7 pet pfd (S25 par) 13 Cent St P £ L 7 pet pfd 15%j Champlin Ref la 7 pet pfd ,. 75 Creamery Package com 26 Hearst Cons A 23 ] £ Oeo A Hormel A pfd 93 Gee- A Hormel B pfd 96 Geo A Hormel corn 17 Interstate Power 6 pet pfd .. 2-1 Interstate Power 7 pet pfd - 30 Iowa Electric Co 6!i pet pfd 55 Iowa Electric Co 7 pet pfd .. "M 1 .^ la Elec Lt Pow 6 pet pfd .. 71 la Elec Lt Pow 6 1 ,!: pet pfd 72 la Elec Lt Pow 7 pet pfd .. 74 la Power -Light 6 pet pfd .. 99 K Ta Power Ugllt 7 pet pfd .... 102'i la Public serv 6 pet pfd .... 89 la Public Serv 6% pet pfd .. 90 la Public Sen- 7 pet pfd 95 la South Util 6 pet pM ...... 5: ta South Util 6V- pet pfd 6t^i la South Util 7 pet pfd 68 Minnesota P L 6 pet pfd .. 82 Jlinnesota P L 7 pet pfd .. 92 Northern St Power 6 pet pfd 79 Northern St Power 7 pet pfd 81 \v Bell Tel 6V^ pet pfd .. IIS X W St Portland Cement 21 Rath Packing 6 pet pfd 9S Rath Packing 7 pet pfd 100 Sioux City Gas El 7 pet pfd S9 United Lt fc Rys 6 pet pfd .. 72 !i United Lt Rys 6.36 pet pfd 731s United Lt Rys 7 pet pfd .. SO'A Western Grocer pfd S2 Western Grocer com ...- 7Vi 13 15 27 24 100 98 20 20 32 57 74 7fi 101 14 104% ·91 92. 97 70 S4 94 SI 86 120 25 1UO 102 91 74 I'KOIUKE FCTUKKS. (Thursday Market) C H I C A G O . (.Ti--Butter futures closed: Storage standards. March 30^c; November 26c. Egg futures: Refrigerator standards. October 21 r -sc: storage packed firsts. April 20'.ic; March 19';c. Returns From Cedur Kupids. HUTCHINS--Mrs. FrecJ Molander returned from a short visit with her daughter and other relatives at Cedar Rapids. She accompanied Joe Forham, who visited friends there. Stock List NEW YOllli STOCKS. (Tlwjredliy Final Quotations) Air Reduction 186 LUews Al chem Dye 191'/i Maytag Amn Can 124 M McKess itob Amn Sm Kef 8U~i Mid Cont Pet Amn Sugar 54 K Mid Cont Pet A T T 164 51 Mont Ward Amn Tob B 91 Murray Corp Amn Wat Wts 22 Nash Anaconda 36 N a t l Bis Atchison 75."U Natl Cash JEeg Auburn 49 ',4 Natl Dairy Avlat Corp 708 Natl Dift B O ~0 ?H Nat Pow Lt Barnsdall 17 J /i N V Cent Bend Avlat 24Ti Nor Pac Beth Steei 50?i Oliver Farm Bordens 28-"!i J C Penney B'org Warn 8114 Pcnu B R Can Dry 14 ;s Phillips Pet Can Pac 13S R C A Case 133 H- Rep ELecJ C N W 3?i Rey Tob B C M S P P 2!» Scars Roc C R I P 2S Shell Union Chrysler 96~-i Soc Vac Col G E !8-i So Pac Com Solv 22 Stan Brands Comvlth Sou 3 It S O Cal Con Gas 31% S O Ind Cons Oil H:i S 0 N J Contl Can SIX Stew Warn Contl Oil Del 3-17 s styne \Vcb Corn Prod . 72--; studcbaker Curt Wright S'/l Swift i Co Occre pfd 29'£ Tex Corp Du Pont 147 Tex Gulf Sul Gen Elcc 39^ Tim Roll Bear Gen Foods 30% Un Garb Gen Mot 64'/B Un Pac Gillette 17 !1 Unit Air Goodyear 2S11 Unit Corp III cent 23S Unit Drug Int Bar 87H U S Gypsum Int Nick Can 50«1 U S Rubber I T . T 16% U S Steel Johns Man l l f - ? L Warner pl.-c Kennecott 35-71 West El Mis Kresge 22'iH Woohvorth Lib 0 F 58 WriS'cy ·ISvi 1U ISJt ·10?i 21 19-11 31 !i 27 :l i 21 ·; 31 !i ll'.'i 35 -}i 30',-; 42S 53 '.i 6316 IS'-i 15 '1 33 ",'» 16% 45--S, 38 -;i 6914 20--; ' 16% 13 !i 23 U 37% 35 14 70 81 9» 133 li -S -\1, WTi 9914 25% 65 12 « 113M, 60S 76 ,i CHICAGO STOCKS (Thursday Final (Jnfltatlmts) Cities Service 5!i Northwest Bane l-Vi Heilmann Br Co 12',-i Quaker Oats 133'^ Kat: Drug 33 Swift Co 23Vi Libby McNeil 95 Swift Intl 33 Natl Leather 214 utility Ind 1'i Natl Standard 42 Zenith 18'i Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck Bldg. Telephone No. 7 DOW JOiNKS AVERAGES Incls. Kails fills. Close 157.40 47.96 32,30 Total Sales 2,020,000 CHICAOO .STOCKS Butler Bros 10S Marshall Fields 17% Cord Corp 7 Walgreen Co 32 li Kalamazoo Stov 68 NEW YORK CURB Am Gas Elec 3SX Hud B M S 26'.i Am Cyanamid B 3Gvi Humble Oil Co 74 Am Su Pow Co 3 Lockheed 9!i Ark Natl Gas A 7-?g Nlag Hurt PCHV 9-;i Asc-c G Elec A 1U Pcnnroad Corp 4v,i Can Marconi 214 S O Ky Co 19H Kisler Elec 3^ Un Gas Co Sl-j El Bd Share 2314 Un Li Pow Co 7% Ford Mo ot Can 25% Utll P Li Co 2S Ford Mo of Eng 8% NEW TORE STOCKS . Alaska Juneau 14 s ; Hudson Motor IS',4 Allegheny 411 Hupp Motors 2V4 Am Bank Note 49 I n t l carriers 8!-i Am For Pow S"^ Jewel Tea Co 70 Am Cry Eug Co 23 Kclvinator Co 2.V. 1 ; Am C Fy Co SB 1 ^ Lambert Co 23% Am Pow Li ll'j Lchigh Port Ce IS Am Roli'g Mills 2!)S Liquid Carb CP 39 Am Metal Co 34 Lorillard 22=1 Am Ea 5: S Co 22't Mack Truck 33H Amcr Tob Co 91 Mathicson Alk 33',s Armour Co 6 McK Rob pfd 44 Armour Co p£ SUVS McLellan Stores 13-S As Dry Goods 17 Me* Seab'd Oil 41=5; Ati Rcf 31% Minn, Moline Im His Bel Hemingway 15"1 M K T Si's Baldwin Loco 5';s Mo Pac 31i Kcndix 2t;i Motor Products 35"s Budd Mfg Co 13-y, No Amer 26% Byers A M Co 23 Otis Steel Co 19U Calif packing 34 Owen 111 Glass 15514 Caterpillar Trac 70 Packard Motor 11% Cerro de Pasco 54% Park Utah Cop 4vi Ches £ Ohio 57% Plymouth 13;i C M S P P PId 4=rs Proc Gam 46 Coca Cola Co 90% Pub Ser of N J 41% Com Credit 5011 Pullman 43% Com solvents 23 Pure OH Co 24 Cr of Wheat 35 Purity Bakery 14 r ri Cudahy Packing 3914 R K 0 8 Curt-wri Co A ISTi Rem Rand 21% Dist Corp Seas 2fi7i Eeo "Motors 711 Douclas Airc 7:i Simmons Co 27 VI Eastman Ifi2 So Calif Kdison 26 !i Eaton Mfg Co 3r,!-4 Sperry Corp 211s Elec Auto Lite 40^ St G £ E Sit Elec Pow Li l;"ili Tide Wa As Oil IS 11 Erie R R Co 1514 U S Ind Alcn ."0=1 Fire'ne Ti Ru 311.1 U S smelter SS14 Foster-wheeler 33% litil P Li A 6 Freeport Tex 32 Vanadium 2314 Gen Am Trans 5C!J Union Oil Calif 27 Glidden Co 4611 Un Gas Imp 16% Oobel 714 Warren Bros 811 Gold Dust 2014 Western Myld 9T4 Gt North'n Ore 20 western Union 8714 nraham Paige 3's Wortn'n pump 31 Gt Nor pfrt 38vi Yellow Truck 1S% Houston Oil H-IB Youngs S T 5014 Miscellaneous POTATO MARKET (Thursday Market) CHICAGO. (.-T")--U. S. department of agriculture- Potatoes 122, on track 260. total U. S. shipments 958: Wisconsin stock slightly weaker. Idaho Russets and Colorado Me- Clures about steady, other stock barely -Heady, -slightly weaker undertone; supplies moderate, demand slow; sacked per ^'" t - ; Idaho Russet Eurbanks U. S. No. 1, SI.72^ ·T'1.90, U. S. No. 2. 51.55^1.67%: Bliss Triumphs commercial $1.45; Wisconsin Rounrl Whites U. S. No. 1. SI. 15-^1.2* commercial Sl.lZH^l-l" 1 *- u - s - No - 2 B5c: North Dakota Cobblers U. S, No 1, SI.45: Early Chios U. S. No. 1. 31..10: Minnesota Cobblers U. S. No. 1 and partly graded 51-35: unclassilieci SI.20; Farly Ohfos U. S. No. 2 and partly graded $3.40: Colorado McClures U. S. No. 1, few sales SI.85: Russet Eurbanks U. S. No. 1. $1-70; Nebraska Bliss Triumphs U. S. No. 1 n.nd partly praded Sl.-155t'1.65: Florida bu. crates Bliss Triumphs U. S. No. 1 tew sales S2 per crate. NEW YORK SCGAll. (Thursday M a r k e t ) KW YORK. i.PJ--Raw sugar unchanged. Futures finned 2 to 5 points net higher. Refined unchanged. Farmer Pleads for Release of Wife Who Sought to Kill Him ST. PAUL, i/T)--A new type 'American tragedy" came before the state pardon board Thursday when a fanner pleaded for release from prison of his wife, who. had conspired to kill him. Frank Schulte. Blue Earth fann- er, asked to have his wife released from a maximum 10 year term in the Shakopee reformatory where she was sentenced after conspiring with his hired man in an attempt to kill him. She has served two years. STOCK MARKET ACTIVITY SLOW Farm Equipment, Motor and Specialty Issues Show Most Strength. NEW YORK, Wl--The strength of farm equipment, motor and specialty issues was the feature of the recovery movement in Thursday's stock market. While the activity was relatively slow, selected stocks got up 1 to 3 or more points. Further lessening of foreign tension, together with signs of improvement in flood conditions, helped to revive bullish sentiment. Principal gainers included Case, Deere, International Harvester, Oliver Farm, General Motors, Chrysler, Western Union, Allied Chemical, Columbian Carbon, Standard Oil of New Jersey, National Supply, Douglas, and U. S. Steel. A loss of about 2 points was shown by American Telephone and American Can. The late tone was firm. Transfers approximated 2,100,000 shares. Wheat closed % to % of a cent a bushel higher and corn was Vs up to as much lower. Bonds showed signs of improvement. Foreign exchanges w e r e slightly lower in terms of the dollar. Estimates of flood damages to steel mills, railroads and other lines were large and varied, but the financial district saw some hope in rebuilding activities which are expected to follow the falling of the high waters. Curb Market NEW YORK, (/I 1 )--A steady to firm undertone was displayed by the curb market Thursday. Advances of small fractions to around a point were shown by Creole Petroleum, Electric Bond and Share, Great Atlantic and, Pacific, International Petroleum and Quaker Oats. In the first hour Aluminum company made an extreme gain of 7 at 147. A few scattered losers included American Gas, Mewniont Mining and Lake Shore Mines. Bond Market NEW YORK. LPi--A generally steady undertone predominated in the bond market Thursday. An assortment of railroad, industrial and utility issues were bid up small fractions to around a point In quiet trading. U. S. governments were almost entirely neglected and except In isolated cases the trend was downward. Foreign bonds were mostly unchanged to a shade higher. Corporate loans slightly improved included American and Foreign Power 5s, American RolltnR Mills -Mis, Canadian Pacific 4s, St. Paul 5s, North Western 4v.is, and New York Central 5s. Foreign bonds holding their own or creeping up a fraction included Poland 7s and Norway 6s. Produce MASON CITY--For Thursday Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse Eggs, current receipts 14c Stags 113c Heavy hens, 4 Ibs. and over ....16c Under 4 Ibs J.Sc Cocks He Merchants Quotations Eggs, in trade 16-lTc Eggs, cash 14-lGc Butter, Iowa State Brand 38e Butter, Corn Country : 37c Butter. Kenyon's 37c Butter, Very Best 38c Butter, Brookfield 37c Potatoes, peck 33c and 45c ·EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtained by calling several grocery stores. CHICAGO I'RODL'CE (Thursday Market) CHICAGO, '..T)--Butter 10,712. easy; creamery specials (93 score) 32®32Hc; extras (82) Siy.c; extra firsts (SO-91) 31® 31 'jc; firsts (S8-S9) My,5}'30»ic; standard! (90 centralized carlots) Sl^c. Eggs 17,967, steady? extra firsts local ISVic, cars 19c; fresh graded firsts local 18c, carp 18 J .-jC; current receipts n-'ic. Poultry--Live, 21 trucks, steady; hens 5 Ibs. and less 24'/«c, more than 5 Ibs. 22%c; Leghorn hens 21c; Plymouth and White Rock springs 26M:C, colored 24^c; Plymouth and White Rock fryers 26VSc, colored a-t^c; Plymouth and White Rock broilers 25^0, colored 24^c, barebacks 20@22c, Leghorn broilers 22c: roosters is^c; turkeys 18@ 23c; heavy white ducks 2-ic. small 21c; heavy colored 23c. small 20c; geese 13c; capons 7 .Ibs. up 26c, less than 7 Ibs. 25C. Dressed turkeys steady; prices U NEW 10RK' FKODUCE. (Thursday Market) NEW YORK, (.TV-Butter 10,713, slightly easier; creamery higher than extra 32Vi®' 33c; extra (92 score) 32c; firsts (89-91 scores) 3121S32C; centralised (90 score) 32c. Cheese 161,911, quiet, prices unchanged. Live poultry firm; by freight: Fowls 24 @25c; other prices unchanged. Eggs 20.493, irregular; raised colors, special packs or selections from fresh receipts 21 : fi@23c; standards and commercial standards 2C-VtS21Uc; firsts 19^19^0: seconds IS 1 ,-^'19c; mediums 40 Ibs. IS^c; dirties Nol 1. 42 ibs. !Sli91S?;c: small llfflSc; average checks 17iic; storage packed firsts 20® Lomson Brothers Market Letter MAUKET REVIEW \Vhent--Selling poxver ivas of moderate proportions and commission houses took Mcy around 93 cents. Early in the session July was taken by brokers and the ilay- July difference narrowed to about 9 cents. Winnipeg opened, which was one hour later than ours, no weaknss was reflected f n their action and toward the close of the session buying by local traders advanced our prices slightly over Wednesday night's closing quotation There was no rain fix the southwest and the forecast is for fair Vvith heavy frosts in eastern Kansas. There was no feature (n the news regarding the political situation abroad as various sessions which include representatives of the different powers are now taking place. As there was a l e t u p in Wednesday's liquidating sales of May, Friday's market naturally reflected a much fairer undertone. Normal precipitation or the lack of it over the Bouthwest during the next two week? will have a If- cidcd bearing on the trend of wheat prices. Corn--Corn prices held u i t h i n a very narrow range. There was more of the recent Petting by local traders in mils tmt pi ices nl t h i s grain tiftd much better than \Vtd- ncr.day. CHAPTER 44 Sherman was so in earnest that Thora repressed a smile when he insisted that she should not help Dottie Steele with her dinner. "No, you are not going to see me handing food around," she agreed quietly. "I'm not going to hand food to anybody . . . not even to you. I am merely going to be in the kitchen and supervise things for Mrs. Steele." "That's a help," he retorted bitterly. "You'll be in the kitchen! I never heard of such nerve . . . asking you to do that. Does Selwyn know it?" "Of course." "And he's going to let you?" Sherman looked incredulous. "He told me to do as I liked." "Then I don't think I'm going to the damned dinner . . . excuse me, but that's the way I feel about it.' 1 "That would be very foolish. And it certainly would be no kindness to me." "Well, maybe not," he conceded. "I believe I promised not to make things difficult, and I'll try not to. But everything I told you yesterday still goes. Stronger than ever. I'll do whatever you say . . . but I don't like it. And I don't like it! If you hear any china being smashed, you'll know it's all your fault." This time, Thora smiled. "I'll have to be excused," 'she said. "Wait a minute. I came over to inquire for his higness. Is he up and about?"' "I think Mr. Babbas is in his room. He was, not long ago." "Then I'll go up with you and see if there is anything I can do for the poor guy. Barging around in the dark, I hear, and connected with a door. Did you get any' of the ghastly details?" "That was all I heard." "Dumb thing to do. I don't wish old Ali Babba any hard luck, but 1 couldn't shed any tears now if that party had to be called off. He's in the east room, isn't he?" They had reached the head of the stairs now. "Yes. In the east room." Thora was inclined to wish that Mr. Babbas would stay there rather indefinitely. It was going to be an ordeal to face him. What, would be his attitude? She rather imagined that he would ignore her completely and yet it was impossible not to fear that his resentment would be expressed privately, if not publicly. She was not afraid in a physical sense; she felt quite able to take care of herself. The ordeal came at lunch time. Thora dreaded to look at Babbas, when he entered the diningroom. From Mr. Marsh's account of the "shiner," she owned a guilty certainty that the guest was badly disfigured. Her relief was great whea she took a quick glimpse of the damage she had inflicted. There was a darkly discolored spot beneath Ali Babba's right eye, but it didn't look as dreadful as she had imagined. Mr. Babbas seemed perfectly at ease, as he took his usual seat. He looked directly at Thora, murmured a polite greeting. Sherman Gordon had been invited to remain for luncheon and his presence helped; he contributed to a general conversation, and Thora was not obliged to contribute to the talk to any extent. At least, she contributed very little until near the end of the meal, when Wilma made some reference tc Babbas" misfortune. He turned and addressed himself directly to Thora. "I think I have had no condolences from you. Miss Dahl. What do you think of my ornament?" "It looks as though it might be painful," she observed with perfect composure. Was this a trap? Selwyn Marsh gave his guest a quick glance when he asked the question. Then his glance traveled to Thora's face. What he saw there seemed to reassure him, A quizzical smile lurked at the comers of his mouth as he listened. "It's feeiiug very comfortable now," Babbas explained, still keeping his gray eyes on Thora. "After all, I'm holding you to blame." Thora felt her heart pound queerly. What was he going to say now ? She returned his gaze, her eyes as steady as her voice. "Are you?" she wanted to know. "Of course. If there had been a night lamp close to my bed. I shouldn't have gone blundering about in the dark, you know." "What nonsense, Alec!" Wilma spoke up sharply in Thora's defense. "It isn't Miss Dahl's fault at all. No one else ever bumped himself like that. You were sleepy." Babbas smiled and shook his head. "I insist it was all Miss Dahl's fault. One has to blame someone, don't you know." Sherman Gordon, from his place at the table across from Babbas, listened with a scowl. What was the little bounder trying to do ? Fancied that he was being clever? Wilma relieved the near tension, by remarking impatiently: "If we're all through, let's go out and calm ourselves with a cigaret." Gordon agreed with evident reluctance, preceding Selwyn Marsh who stood aside to let the younger man pass. Marsh glanced back and caught Thora's eye. He winked solemnly. When the time came to leave for Mrs. Steele's Thora slipped unobtrusively from the kitchen door, intending to take the short path through the "polo field." As she neared the garden hedge, her progress was halted by a sharp hail from an upper window. "Miss Dahl! Where are you going?" "To Mrs. Steele's," she replied, looking up in some surprise to Mr. Marsh's window. "Wait a minute." he ordered. "I'll be right down." She retraced her steps slowly and CDtcrcd the house through one of the long library windows. He would expect to find her there, she thought. In a moment, she beard his brisk steps coming along the hall. When he entered, she caught her breath. Stood staring. At a Selwyn Marsh she never had seen before. A stranger. In dinner clothes! And not only in formal dress. His hair had been cut, clipped close at the sides where it was grayest. Over the top ran a. succession of orderly little waves. The amazing transformation had taken years from his appearance. (TO BE CONTINUED.) Board of Trade at Chicago Starts to Open Hour Earlier CHICAGO, (JP--The opening gong at the Chicago board or trade rang an hour earlier Thursday. Pit members voted Wednesday to trade from 9:30 a. m. to 1:15 p. m. Eastern time. Since March 1, when the city changed from Central Standard to Eastern Standard time, they had transacted business between 10:30 a. m. and 2:15 p. m. EST. The new arrangement caused some discrepancies between the hours here and at other important grain markets. Kansas City traders adopted an 8:30 a. m. to 12:15 p. m. CST., schedule to conform to Chicago operations. Davis and Flood Off for Europe to Scan Market for Farmer WASHINGTON, #)--Two mid- westerners were off for Europe Thursday to study foreign farm programs and the chances of increasing foreign outlets for American farm products. Chester C. Davis, lowan who heads the agricultural adjustment administration, and one of his principal assistants, Francis Flood, a Nebraskan, boarded the ship (City of Havre) at Baltimore. They are scheduled to reach London March 29 and from there will arrange trips to Denmark, Germany, Italy, France and Holland. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF INCOnrORATION Notice is hcrsby given 'o£ the organization of a corporation for pecuniary profit under the name of Allied Central Organization with Its principal place of business in Mason City, Cerro GOrdo County, Iowa. 1. The general nature of the business to be transacted shall be to engage in the retailing, jobbing. w'holesaUng and sales promotion of hardware, automobile · supplies, electrical supplies, paints and any kindred lines. 2. The total number of shares which may be issued by the corporation is one hundred alt of which shall have no par value. A f shares shall be paid for in cash -when issued. 3. The corporal ivn shall commence business on the 6tb day of January, 1936, and ccntlnuc for a period of twenty years. ·1. The management of this corporation shall be vested in a board of directors of not less than two nor more than five directors. The directors shall be elected at the annual meeting of the stockholders, to be held at the principal place of business, on the third Monday of February of each year. Until such election the directors shall be: E. H- Ewald, SOI Second Street S. W., Mason City, Iowa. M. R, Ewald. SOI Second Street S. W-, Jfason City, Iowa. 5. Private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from liability for the debts of the corporation. ALLIED CENTRAL ORGANIZATION. By E. H. Ewald, President and K. R. Ewald. Secretary. NOTICE FOR TAX DEED, TO.ir.ADGE E, ERWIN: Take notice that on December 1. 1930, real estate described as Lot Eleven ( I I ) Block Eight (8) Auditor's Plat of Lot Fourteen (.H) m the Subdivision of the East Half of the Southeast quarter (E,£ S E U ) and the East Half of the Northeast Quarter (EJiNE 1 ,-) of Section EiphJeen (IS). Township Ninety-six (96) Range Twenty (20) Cerro Gordo County, lows;, taxed to you, was sold by the County Treasurer for unpaid taxes to 0. F. Ver- medal and Certificate Number 10752 of said sale was issued to the undersigned, and that the right of redemption from said sale will expire and deed for sairt land be made unless redemption is made within Ninety (90) days from the completed service of this Notice. " 0. F. VERMEDAL GLEN DALE UNIT MAKES HIT HERE "Mardi Gras Nights" Proves Best of Recent Stage Shows at Cecil. Glen Dale's stage production. "Mardi Gras Nights," which played Wednesday and Thursday at the Cecil theater here, proved to be the best of the road shows brought here recently by Manager Tom Arthur. Dale, who was here a few months ago in his presc-nt capacity, master of ceremonies, has arranged a new show against bright new stage settings. Some of the personnel of "Mardi Gras Nights" were with him before, namely George La Tour, master juggler of Indian clubs and billiard cues, Jack Lowe, tap dancer, and Dorothy LaRue, acrobatic dancer, but their acts have been rearranged and supplemented to avoid any staleness. Bob South, drawling southern comedian and mouth organ artist, is a welcome, addition to the unit- Hadji Baba, magician, exhibits an effective presentation of several mystic feats. Coe Pettit, well known local pianist, also has a feature spot on the bill. He pjlays two solos and the audience demanded encores on both. "Professional Soldier," film with the vaudeville, further establishes the fine reputation of little Freddie Bartholomew. Victor McLaglen is starred with the youngster. Governor Hoffman to Support Landon TRENTON, N. J., UPt--Gav. Harold G. Hoffman said Thursday he would support Governor Alf. M. London of Kansas when he files as a delegate-at-large to the republican national convention. MARVEL'S Livestock AUCTIONS V/EBSTER CITY, IOWA Sales Every Saturday and Tuesday Saturday, March 21, we will have our usual large run of livestock. Last 'Saturday we had 325 cattle of all classes which met with strong demand. Light stock cattle are selling especially well. Consign your cattle where they know values and sell the modern way, by weight. We have lots of inquiries for feeding pigs and brood sows, also for ewes of good quality. Bring us your livestock and, be one of our many satisfied customers. HORSE SALE TUESDAY, MARCH 24 We have established one of the best horse markets in Central Iowa. We sold 179 head of horses last Tuesday with a top of $217.50. and numerous sales from $175 to $200. All classes were active, and flesh and finish were at a premium, as usual. Young quality mares, in foal, were strong sellers, and so were the good finished chunks. Our market was represented with Buyers from Wisconsin, Ohio and Massachusetts, as well as a strong demand from local farmers. We want 200 head in our sale next Tuesday, and solicit as good as grow for we can bet their full value. Get j'Our consignment in as early as possible as it is to your advantage. Sale will start promptly at 1:00 P. M. MARVEL SALES CO. WEBSTER CITY, IOWA STATEMENT OF THE COMDIIION OF NORTHWEST SAVINGS BANK ORGANIZED UXDER THE I,AWS OF 10\VA, LOCATKD AT MASOX CITY, 3N" THE COLTN'TV OF CERRO GORDO at the close of business nn the fourth day of March, A. D. 1936. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, Bonds and Securities S S15,9SS.17 Overdrafts - -·- 1.24.1 3S Furniture and Fixtures - S15.500.00 , 15,500-00 Due from banks and bankers, cash ajid cash items 772.673.75 Other assets (including expense in excess of profits) 4.G25.97 TOTAL RESOURCES * SI.610.032.27 LIABILITIES Capital Stock- Preferred A S25.000.00 Common 5100.000-00 Total 5 12"«,000.00 Surplus fund . ." · 25.00n.00 ISU.OflO.'H) r,ndlvided profits (after deducting expenses) lfi.309.2S Reserved for Bond Depreciation 1S7.SO Deposits due to banks and bankers on demand , fi3,68-I.3:t Individual deposits subject to check 1.0S9.036.-1 Savings deposits 23B.53;),5ri Time certificates of deposit 47.37S.riP Demand certificates, certified checks, cashier's checks ...... 4.32S.1S Postal Savings deposits 1.053.05 Other If abilities t,2fii'.9P TOTAL LIABILITIES SI.610.032.27 STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gorflo Countv ss. We, Dean H. Lihtner. President;' Jay E. Decker. Vice-President; c. S. Thompson. Cashier, of the bank above named, do solemnly pwear il'at the foregoing statement i? fuM, true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. (SEAH DEAN H. LIGHTNER. President. JAY E. DECKER. Vice-PresIdent. C. S. THOMPSON, Cashier. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence by Dean H. Ligbtner. President; Jay E. Decker, Vice-Presidcnt, and C. S. Thompson, Cashier, this 19th day of March. I93fi. ATTESTED BY E. H. WAGNER. L. S. THOMPSON. REMLEY J. GLASS. Directors. · LEN'ORE GULBRANSEN, Notary Public in and for Cerro Gordo County. SEAL) Horse Sale! CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Saturday, March 21 -- 1 P. M. OF GOOD WORK HORSES AND COLTS Clear Lake Horse Market LIVESTOCK SALE FRIDAY, MARCH 20 10 Pairs of New antl Used Harness and Various Other Articles.

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