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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 21 1936 HOGS STEADY TO STRONG AT CHICAGO TOP FOR WEEK GOES TO $10.85 Little Trade Seen in Other Livestock Markets on Small Receipts. CHICAGO, Iff)--The few hogs available Saturday sold steady to strong, several loads of choice medium weights bringing the week's top of S10.85, highest price in a month. Sows were fully steady. Little was done in the other livestock markets, total receipts being only 300 cattle, 100 calves, 2.00C sheep and 2,500 hogs. Supplies of all classes except sheep have been expanded a shade this week. The demand for dressed meat was not pressing at any time which resulted in a rather leisurely pace in all livestock markets. Hogs gained around 15 to mostly 25 cents during the week. Demand for cattle improved enough to permit payment of strong to 25 cents higher prices for better grade yearlings and light steers while lower grades and weighty bullocks ruled steady.' Killing quality was plain, however, the bulk of steers sold at $9 down to $7.25, a few brought $10 to Sll and toppy 'weighty steers sold as high as S11.35. Heifers ruled steady to 25 cents off, cows 25 to 35 cents down, weighty vealers 25 cents higher anc lights 25 to 50 cents lower. Choice handyweight lambs rose 10 to 15 cents during the week but other slaughter classes were unevenly . steady to 25 cents lower with heavy Jambs off the most. 7'he week's top ·was $10.40. Mason City Livestock MASON CITY--For Saturday HOGS Steady. Good light lights ..... 140-160 SS.90- S.20 Good lights 160-1S.1 59.60- 'J.90 Good light butchers . . 180-2'JO S9.S5-10.1S Good light butchers ... 200-220 59.S5-KU5 tiood med. wt. butchers 200-250 S9.S5-10.1S fiood med, wt. butchers 250-270 S9.55- 9.SS Good med. wt. butchers 270-290 S9.45- 9.75 Good lieavy butchers .... 290-325 $9.25- 9.5.1 Good heavy butchers .... 325-350 S9-15- 9.45 Good heavy butchers .. 350-400 $S.9Q- S.20 Good Mcking sows ... 275-350 5S.65- 8 9."j Good heavy sows 350-423 58.45- S.75 Good btR hy. sows ... 425-550 SS.25- S 55 Good big hy. sows 550 and u p 55,05- 8.35 (The above is a 10:30 truck hog market for good and choice hogs. The difference in price Is for short and long haul hogs.) Steers, sood to choice S 7.,'iO- ?.50 Steers, medium to good s 6.00- 7.50 Steers, fair to medium _ $ 4 50* 6,00 Heifera, good to choice J 5.50- 5.50 Heifers, medium to good ...... S 4.75- 5.50 Heifers, common to medium ., S 4.00- 4.75 4 Cows good to choice _ S 4.25- 5.00 Cows fair to good. «... S 3.75- 4.25 Cows, cutters 5 3.25- 3.75 Cows, cancers ---- ---- · 5 3.00- 3.2a Bulls, heavy - S 4.50- 5.25 Bulls, light 5 4.00- i.50 Calves, gd, and choice 130-190 $ 6.00- 7.UO CaJves, med. ID good 130-190 S 5.00- B.OQ Calves, infer, to com. 130-190 S 5.00 down LAMBS. Lambs, good to choice .. 70-90 S S.50- 9.00 Lambs, medium to good ...... S 6.50- 7 50 Lambs, fair to medium S 5.00- ti 00 {' Common to fair S 5.00 down Seat-lings, go0c i to choice 70-90 S 7.00- y.OU -F. Yearlings, med. to good 70-80 S 5.00- 7.00 V Yearlings, fair to medium £ 4.00- 5.00 , Culls ...... S 4-00 down Vi. Native ewes, gooa to choice ... 5 2.75- 4.00 I Cull ewes ,..., S 1.50- 2.50 tt Bucks S 1.00- 2.50 ,, Wethers, 2 years old - S 6.00- 7-00 s Wethers, poor to best S 4-00- 7-00 a Buck lambs SI less. a No dopjt on lames. DJ Quotations subject to market fluctuations. " CHICAGO LIVESTOCK .a" (Saturday Market) ^i CHICAGO, (JPi--U. S. department of agri- TO culture-- C4TTLK 300, calves 100; compared Fri* ^ daj last week: Better grades yearlings and i light steers strom: to 2o cents higher; lower j prade light offerings and all grades weighty R bullocks steady; general killing quality *' plain big share of week's steer receipts 5° selling at S9 down to $7.25: this left very Ee fe\ strictly good and choice offerings to pell at £10 upward: already moderate ship* per demand further restricted by floods in east but shippers and order buyers in late trade, rerouting cattle to eastern seaboard: ir extreme top .weighty steers 511.35; next highest price $11.25; best light yearlings ie Sll 10 all better grade yearlings and light , n H'eers and most lower grade yearlings sell- a ing on grade for grade parity with heavies; * fed heifers io liberal supply, better grades "steady to 25 cents lower--light kinds hold- I],!BS up; best light yearling heifers SS-75, ^practical top heavy heifers SS.50; few apec- a!: ^ialties $9, numerous loads S7.75@S.50; fat -J^ CQ\\3 25 to 35 cents lower, cutters 10 lo 15 ®*jcents down; bulls steady; choice weighty :hi;vealers 25 cents higher, light vealers 23 to 'T-" : 50 cents lower. Ji' SHEEP 2,000; for week ending Friday a 1500 directs; compared Friday last week: ilfllchoice handyweight lambs 10 to 15 c*-.nts : bs. higher: others unevenly steady to 25 cents iac lower, heavies off most; yearlings very O x scarce weak to shade lower; fat ewes fully j; 'o cents lower: week's top fat lambs $10-4u, .el) uaid each day after Monday; week's and erf losing bulk 59.75® 10.25; choice 308 Ib. " ambs S9.50 late; very tew feeding and hearing lambs went out; good wooled year, mgs 59.25; best fat ewes 55.75, bulk na' ives S4.50@5.50. HOGS 2,500, iccludinp 2,000 direct; steady Q strgng with Friday's average; several ots choice 180-210 Ibs. 510.85. the top; ® .ackasc 2SO Ibs. 510.45: three loads around £*" :70 lb. heavies SI 0-35; sows fully steady. £ IP lo $9-75; shippers took 3^0; estimated tea Holdover 500; compared with week a^o: 9.3 ''Uteen io mostly 5 cents higher; week's eai op on closing high $10-S5. ,'Jtt OMAHA LIVESTOCK. ·cd (.Saturday Markrt) * c a ' OMAHA, ·;.!--U- s. department or afzri- uH ire-HO CATTLE 200; calves 50: lor the week: Fed : c '° ;teers, yearlings and heifers unevenly steady SO T 25c lower, best weighty kinds oft must; .. 2 3WS mostly 25c lower; bulls and vealers rs 'eak; stockers and feeders steady to strong; "* 2 ulk for week: Fed steers and yearlings P -7.50®9, several loads S9.155i9.35, weighty ~ s " ;eers 1399 )bs, S10; heifers 56.2507.25, few afls S7.50ST'7.75; few choice heavy heifers 3: beef cows $4.50^)5.50, lew $5,"5@6.25; itter grades $3.25® 4; medium bulls $4.75:?£ 0*150; practical top vealers S7, selects $7.50^? ? rit · stockers and feeders 56.50®7.75. several H( *ads SS.255VS.50; stock calves SS.75. ---( SHEEP 1,500; practically entire supply on · irough and direct billing; lor the week: 3rabs steady; ewes and wethers 15-25c low. .:; feeders 40-50c higher; closing balks: Fed Cooled lames S9.65@10, closing top $10. ;ek's top £10.15; good to choice ewes ellg- le 54.75^5.75: good to choice feeding lambs Hog Markets MIDWEST HOGS Hog prices ai midwest markets Sat urday: WATERLOO--HORS unchanged on good to choice grades. Packing sows 5 cents higher; 275-350 Ibs. $S,70@9: 350-425 fbs. S.SQ: 125-550 Ibs. 58.35^8.65. CEDAK JIAFID--Hogs unchanged. AUSTIN--Hog market steady; Bood to choice 180 to 229 Ibs. ?9.90®10.2Q; 220 to 250 Ibs. 59.85^10.15: 25U to 290 Jbs. 59.55 9.S5; 290 to 350 Ibs. S9.25^9.55; packing sows good, 275 to 550 Ibs. S OTTUMU'A--5c hlghei; 1-10 to 150 Ibs. S8.90fii9.20; 150 to 160 Ibs. $9.20(^9.50; 1GO to 180 Ibs. 59.GO£i'9.90; ISO to 200 Ibs. $9.90 ^10.20; 200 to 220 Ibs. 59.90vTtlO.20; 220 to 250 Ib*. S9.SO(5iJ10.10; 250 to 270 Ibs. $9.60t;f! 9.90; 270 to 290 Ibs. $9.50^9.80; 290 to 325 Ibs. S9.30W9.60; 325 to 350 Ibs. $9.209.30; 350 to 400 Ibs. S95J.9.30; packers 275 to 350 Ibs. $S."Oftf9; 3. r i() to -125. Ibs. JS.508.SO; '125 lo .joo Ibs, $S.30£)S.60. COMBINED HOG JtECKirTS DKS MOINES, t.l'H-U. S. department of agriculture-Combined hog receipt^ at 20 concentw- ti'nn yards and 9 packing plant." located In interior Iowa urn! southern Minnesota for the 21 hour period ended at S a. m. Saturday werp IS,200 compared with 24,500 a wocck ago and 7,200 a year ago. Fairly active, mostly steady, spots 5c higher, week end loading indicated some lighter than 35,300 recorded last Monday morning Quotations follow: Light lights HO to 160 Ibs. good and choice S9.20Q-9.75; light weights 160 to ISO Ibs, good and choice $9.70@10.25; ISO to 200 Ibs. good and choice S9.S5^iiu.45; medium weights 200 to 220 Ibs. Rood and choice S9.95 10.45; 220 to 250 Ibs. good and choice S9.90 iJiJ lO.irj; heavy weights 250 to 290 Ibs. good and choice 59.55^10.25; 290 lo 300 good and choice 59.25(Ji'9.90; pigs 100 to 140 )bs. good and choice none; packing sow? 275 to 350 Ibs, good SS.'O'" 9.25; 350 to 42.1 ibs. good SS.OSty 9-03; J25 to 550 ibs. good S8.305f8.S5. The above quotations are based on bulk transactions. Long haul shipments showing excessive weight shrinkage and hogs excessively rilled usually sell respectively somewhat above and below prices quoted. Hogs bought on the basis of shipping point ·weights are also excluded from quotations. . 9-60: shearing Iambs up to $9.75. HOGS 1.000; -100 direct; unevenly steady to lOc lower than Friday's average, instances off more on light weights; no shippers in; better ISO lo 210 Ibs. 510.251$ 10.30; top $10-30; 240 to 2SO Ibs. 59.90^10.20; generally 510 u p ; tew 2SO to 330 Ibs. 59.75^10.10; choice 1GB Ibs. at S10.20; other lights nominal; good sows $9.25-/,3.35, tew medium d to 58-75; strong weight stock plg.s $9^9.23; average cost Friday 510.03. weight 255; for the week: Butchers under 250 ibs. unevenly -Ific higher; other weights 5-1 Oc up; si I5-35C higher. KA.VSAS riTY UVKSTOCK (Saturday -Market'» KANSAS CITY, (,-T--U. 3. department of iprlcullure-- HOGS 5,000; receipts mostly direct: mar!\et nominally steady; compared w i t h last Friday: Offerings sealed --10 Ibs. down 5W 15c higher; heavier weights 15@35c higher; sows 35^30c higher, CATTLE 700; calves 200; for the week: Fed steers uneven, steady to 25c lower; choice heifers steady lo easier; other she stock 25c to as much as 50c lower; vealers SOLI'S! lower; stockers and feeders weak to 25c lower; spots 50c off on in-between grades stockers: week's top: Short load choice 1297 b. steers S9.60; several loads good steers nf all weights 59; yearling heifers 5B.25; ate top vealers $8; stockers S8.25; stock steer calves 58.40. SHEEP none: for the week: Desirable weight lambs steady to I5e higher; heavy ots iully 25c lower; sheep f i r m ; week's top fed lambs $10.25; no choice handy weights offered at the close; week's bulk 59,S5"fr 0.15; few heavy lots down to SS.2ii; horn iambs $7.75(3.8; best ewes offered '5.50; feeding and shearing lambs $9^9-85. SOUTH ST. 1'AUI- UVKSTOCK. (Saturday Market) SOUTH ST. PAUL, JP--U. S. department if agriculture-CATTLE -100; compared with Friday last veek medium weights and lighter slaugnter iteers and yearlings practically steady; also most heifers; cows largely 25c or more lower; bulls fully 2ac oil; stockers and feeders mostly 25c higher; most better -grade fed steers and yearlings S7.50@S.50; few good heavy weights up to S9--5," majority common to medium kinds SGT^.25; desirable fed heifers S6-75@7.25; few up to $8.25 for choice; ^ood beef cows S5.50fi)6; bulk about S-!.50?i 5.25; low cutters and cutters 53.25(54,25: good to choice stocker and feeder steers S6.75 @7.50; calves 200; weak to 50c lower for week; good to choice S6.50@7.5(J: selects 58. HOGS 1,000; fairly active, about steady with Friday's packer trade; I0-25c lower than shipper market; better 160 to 240 ibs. S9.S5ftlO.35; top S10.35: 2-10 to 310 ibs. S9.50@9.90; heavier weights down 10 59.25: 140 to 160 Ibs. SlOftlO.SS; sows $S.9Q$9.10; pigs scarce; average cost Friday $9 91. weight 23e Ibs. SHEEP 200; compared with Friday last week fat lambs 25-35c lower; heavies off most; fat ewes weak to 25c lower; week's top fat lambs SlO.10; fat ewes $3.75; shearing lambs S9.60; Friday's bulks: Good to choice iambs under 97 Ibs. $9.75*79.90: common and medium SS "fvQ; medium to choice slaughter ewes - £1.50^5.30: native feeding lambs SS£S.5Q. LIVESTOCK FORECAST CHICAGO. CP--Unofficial estimated receipts of livestock for Monday; Hogs, 16,000; cattle, 15,000: sheep, 14,000; bogs for all next week, 60,000. Public Utility and Industrial Stocks Quoted by A. M. Schanke and Company, Telephone 1300, Mason City. p . le For COMPLETE Markets ( ' and Financial News HHE WALL STREET JOURNAL Relied upon by businessmen t and investors everywhere. , Send for free sample copy. . .U Broad St. New York Bid and asked Saturday: Cent St El 6 pet pfd (S25 par) 11 13 Cent St El 7 pet pfd (525 par) 13 15 Cent St P L 7 pet pfd i.- 16',; ChamplirT Kef la 7 pet pfd .. 75 Creamery package com 2fi 27 Hearst Cons A 23 -i 24 Geo A Hormel A pfd , BS 106 Gco A Horm-;l B pfd ,....,.,.. 9fi *8 Gco A Hormel com IS 3d Interstate Power fi pet pfd .. 2.1 2fi Interstate Power 7 pet ptd . . 2!» .'11 Iowa Electric Co fi 1 .- pet pM ."» ."' Towa Electric Co 7 pet pfd. . fiR la Kl Lt t Pow 6 pet pfd ~n la E! Lt Paw GU pet jifd.. 72 la El LI Pow 7 pet pfd 7:1 la Power ft Light fi pet pfd .... 99 la Potvcr A Light 7 pet pfd .. 102 la Public Scrv 6 pet pfd S3 la Public Serv 6VI- pet pfd ?.) la Public Scrv 7 pet p£d s. r i la South Util 6 pet p f d . . . . . . 63',i la South Util 6 J ,i pet prd.... 6-3 la South Util 7 pet pfd fiS 1 ^ Minnesota P L 6 pet pfd .... S2 Mnnesola P I, 7 pet pfd .. 92 Northern St Pow 6 pet pfd .... si Northern St Pow 7 pel pfd .. S6 N W Bell Tel BVj pet pfd .... 117% N W St Portland Cement .... 21 Rath Packing G pet pfd 98 Rath Packing 7 pet pfd 1W) Sioux City G El 7 pet pfd .. 74 United Lt Rys 6 pet p f d . . . 74 United Lt Rys 6.35 pet pfd 7-1'/United Lt Rys 7 pet pfd S3 Western Grocer pfd S2 Western Grocer com 7',i 101 91 66 70 St 100 102 75 75 7Ms S5 SS Ionia Fanner Candidate. NEW HAMPTON--Cecil Laydon, Ionia farmer, Saturday announced his candidacy for sheriff O f Chickasaw county in the June primary on the democratic ticket. He is the second democrat to file, J. .M. O'Hol- leran having filed earlier WHEAT MARKET EASY AT CLOSE Prospect of Crop Benefits by Rain or Snow Has Bearish Effect. CHICAGO, I/P)--Likelihood of crop benefits by rain or snow predicted for Kansas and Nebraska had a bearish effect Saturday on wheat values. Something of an offset was comparative steadiness of wheat quotations at Winnipeg. Export sales there were estimated as totaling 500,000 bushels, not including further sales of No. 5 northern to China ( making an aggregate oE 10,000 tons of that grade to China,from Canada this week. Wheat closed easy, at the same as Friday's finish to ·;« lower; May 97% @ % ; July SS; corn % @ % down; May 59@59Vs; oats unchanged to '/s off, and provisions 2 Cents to 20 cents up. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN (Saturday Market) CHICAGO, t.P--Cash wheat No. 2 mixed 51.01- corn No. 5 mixed rl 1 ,H"33V: ! c; No. 4 yellow ,',5f/,56c; No. 5 yclloiv 5iy,@55Kc: No. 4 white 56!vl(57c: No. 5 white Til^C^ 51c: oats No, 2 white 29f(29ViC: No. 3 white 24^'L C'l27Ue; No. .1 white 23Q,23',-:C; sample grade 19Vjfi'2'Jc; rye No. 2, 5S : !ic; soy beans No. 2 yellow SOVic nom.:. barley actual sales 54'^S3c; nom. feed 303)J6c. malting -HSVSeu: timothy seed 52.90 cwt.: clover seed S12.50(-C20.7.'i cwt. Lard, tierces Sll: loose 510.50; bellies $11.95. Mason City Grain MASON CITY-- For Saturday No. 3 yellow com ............ 47c No .4 yellow corn ............. 44c Ear corn .................. ,.40c White oats, No. 3 .............. 20c Feeding barley ............ 25-35C No. 2 yellow soybeans ........ GOc SATL'RUAV GRALN CI.OSK. WHEAT-May J u l y Scpl. CORN-May July Sept OATS-May J u l y ...... .epl ...... KVK-- Way July Sej.t BAKLKV-- May LARD-Mar. May July Sept BELLIKS-- Mar May CHICAGO, i.T'i-- Low Close .97U .97vi ..S7 ; -; .SS .SG-;i .S6-H Stock List 11.05 11.10 11.02 10.90 10.90 10. S2 .")·! '..1 .05 i' s 11.05 31.05 11.02 14.90 14.S5 (Saturday .Market) MINNEAPOLIS, Ll'i--Wheat 126 cars- Market ^c lower. Cash: No, 1 heavy dark northern 60 Ibs. ..l9Tsl-20; 3 ; No, 1 dark northern 59 Ibs. *i.l7jsfill.29;;: 58 Ibs. $1.15fa 1.28%; No. 1 hard Montana l-l per · ecct Sl.lSTa® 1-20%; to arrive $l,17Tsl-19 :'s: grade of No. 1 dark bard or No. 1 bard Montana winter $1.Oils dll.077;; to arrive $1.00*4® 1.06;i,; No. 1 hard amber durum 99 1 /icli 1.15i; No. 1 red durum 78110; May $1.04;';,; July Sl-Ofll-; September ««"'·'* Corn, No. 3 yellow Oats, No. 3 white KANSAS CITV GRAIN. (Saturday Market) KANSAS ClTl*. (.!·)--Wheat SO cars; unchanged to 1H:C lower; No. 2 dark hard 51-081=; No. 3 nominally Se'j.i.cSl.QS'i; No. SX.03',i; IV*0- ~ red nominally SSvic^ 51.03"A; No. 3 nominally 96vicS51,02i. Core 53 cars, l .-j-l J ,^c lower; No. 2 white nominally es'^ivtSS'/ic; No. 3 nominally 6-fQj 65'/-jc; No. 2 yellow nominally 5066!Ac; No- 3 nominally tl63c; No. 2 mixed nominally 61 J .-i 5? 62 J ,3c; No. 3 nominally 60-61 ! .-jc. Oats 1 cars, unchanged to UG lower; No. 2 white nominally 2B 1 ,^(ii2S\sC', No, 3 nominally OMAHA GKAJLV. (Saturday .Market) OMAHA, (.Pt--Wheat, No. ^ hard 9Tc; No. 4 hard 94c; No. 5 hard-SSt:; No. I northern spring smutty $1.01; No, -I mixed durum TSc. Corn, No. 3 yellow 57c; No. 4 yellow 52@ 5c; No. 5 yellow -Ja'?/51c. Oats, No. 3 wfcite 23c; No. 4 white 2lVic. Rye, No. 1, 51.51. Hides Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., . Inc., 308 Filih Street Southwest. HOESEHIDES semdM $3.00 ·GRCEM BEEF HIDES Up !0 25 Ita _ -Sijc 25 to 45 Ib5 - c More (ban 60 Ibs 5c Bull Hides - 3c ·Cured bides naif cent more a pound. (On above prices a cent higher to wholesale dealers in wholesale lots,) U'OOJ. .1IARKET (Natimlay M n r k r t ) BOSTON. (.11--U. S. department or oe- Fcw spot measy combing domestic uyis were movcrt in Boston durinc Ilic f t wock. The lilUe .wool lliat was suld bronpht pi-ices mostly \vithin ranges quoted for Ihe jast month. Mills \vere not nclinert to make commitments on raw wool n Jtnticioation ot future requirements. t \ spot sale or line Ohio Delaine was closed at 36c in the prcasc. Nominal quotations on strictly combing Ohio and similar fleeces in grades coarser than 61s were 36Q37c in the grease for 5Ss. 60s, 3 ,i blood and ·U5/43c for 56s, ~$ blood and 4Ss, 50s. blood. Intake Station Opened. CASTALIA--An intake station of the Carnation milk evaporating plant at Waverly was formally opened here Friday. More than 75 dairy farmers of this section were entertained at a dinner and then taken on an inspection trip through the station. 300 Wiles tinder Embargo. NEW HAMPTON -- Chickasaw county has 300 miles of county trunk roads under an embargo according to F. R. Lyford, county engineer. He said more than one-third of thn trunk roads are unsuitable for heavy traffic. NEW 1'ORK STOCKS. (Saturday Final Quutiitiunn) Air Reduction 180'A Lib O F Al Cnem Dye 193 Loeivs Am Can 1-1 Maytag Am Sm Rer SS'/C: McKess Rob Am Sugar 51 !i Mid Cont Pet A T T ISOte Mont Ward Am Tob B 91 Morrcll Am Wat Wks i2 Murray Corp Anaconda 35 Nash Atchlson "4U Mat Blsc Auburn 4914 Nat cash Reg Aviat Corp T i n Nat Dairy B 1 i 0 I'J'-i Nat Dist Barnsdall · 17V; Nat Pow Lt Bendix Aviat IMvi N Y Cent Beth Sll ··"',', Nor pac Bonlcn -S',~ Oliver Farm Botg Wurn . . . . J c Penney Can Dry ir.'.i Pcnn R H Can Pac 13 Phillips Pet Case 13fi',i R C A C R: N W 4 rrep steel C C. W l ? s Rcy Tob B C M S P ft P ='.» Scars Ror C R 1 P 2^ Shell U n i o n Chrysler !ir»'i Koc Vac Col G A B 1S':» Sou Pac Com! Solv 211,1 stand EYandJ Comwlth Sou 31; s o Calif Cons Gas 31',- s O Ind Cons Oil 1 l^i S 0 N .1 Cont Can SI stew Warn Cont oil Del 3o'^ Stone Web Corn prod 71 ^ Studcbaker Curt Wright 7?i Svritt . Co rjeere pfd ' 291- Tex Corp Du Pont 137% Tex Gulf Sill Gen Klcc 39',s Tlmk Rolj B Gen Foods 35 U Un Carb Gen Mot fi-t Un Pac Gillette 17',i Unit Air Goodyear 29 ',i Unit Corp 111 Cent ^Oi U n i t Drue Int Harv 87 U S Gypsum Int Nick Can -IS'.H U S Rubber I T T 16% U S Steel Johns M n n v -113 J .i West El ft M Kcnnecott :!S'/t Woolworfh Krcsge 22 J .i Wricley 20 19 ',1 31 11 ·27 ',; ·IB'. 71 ·l.V- 165. -!G 38 Ji «S'» 20 -Vi 13% 13 113 93 CHICAGO STOCKS. (Saturday I'Inal iu»t«tlm.o Cities Service Ms Nat standard Dexter 12 Northwest Bane Hcilmann Brew 12 \' s Quaker OaLi Katz DriiE Rath Packing Kellogg Switch fi-"i S w i f t Co Libby McNeil 9?; S w i f t Intl Midwest Utit .... U t i l i t y (£ Ifld Nat Leather 2'.4 Zenith Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck Bldg. Telephone No. 7 IlOtt' JOXt'S AVERAGES Inds. RiMs riilv Close loli.15 -17.10 31.76 Total Sales S10.000 CHICAGO STOCKS Butler BVos 9 : ;1 Kalamazoo Stov 69 Cord Corp 7',s Marshall Fields 17 NEW YORK CURB Gas i Elec 3815 Ford Mo of Ens S'.i Am Cyanamid B 36 U Hi Walker Co 2911 Am Su Pow Co 2"; Humble Oil Co 72^s Ark Natl Gas A 7Vj Lockheed 9 U Asoc G El A I v i Niag Hud Pow fl'i Can Marconi 2 ',i Pennroad Corp ·[ \Dist Corp Seag 28'.i Un Gas Co 8% Eisler Elec 3Va Un Li t Pow Co "VI E! Bd . Share 23 util P Li Co S's Ford Mo of Can 25 NEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 15!s Indust Rayon 30 !s Allegheny 3 : ;s Kelvinator Co 24% Am For Pow 8!i Lambert Co 23!i Am C Fj Co 35 Lehish Port Ce 20!i Am Pow Li 12 Lorillard 22' 1 ; Am Boll's Mills 23"-i Mack Truck 32i Am Ra . S Co 23 : ;d Mathieson Alk 32£i Amer Tob Co 91 McK Rob ptd «% Armour Co s McLellau Stores 13-Ti As Dry Goods JLH^s Minn, Moline Im HVj All Ref 30=i M K T 7% Baldwin Loco 5^ Motor Products 35 Brisss-MfgCo 60vl No Amer 27 Bendix 2-tvi No Amer Avi 10!i Budd M f B Co 13'A Otis Steel Co 19 Caterpillar Trac 71 Packard Motor 11-14 Cerro de Pasco 55vi Park Utah Cop -l : ra Chcs Ohio 57 Plymouth ll^i C M S P £ P pfd -I'n Proc Gam 16 Coca Cola Co 90'i Pub Ser of N J -30 Com Solvents 21 J X: Pullman 42 1 /; Cont Motor 3~i Pure Oil Co 21'.; Cudahy Packing 40Vj R K O S'fc Curt-Wrl Co A 17% Rem Eand 21i Dist Corp Scag 26Vi Heo Motors 7 Douglas Airc 71v:i Simmons Co 27-"' ; Eastman 162 So Calif Edison -16 Elec Auto Lite -lOls Sperry Corp 20?1 Elec Pow t Li 15',; St G i E S Fire'nc Ti i Ru 31'.i Tide Wa As Oil 1SS Foster-Wheeler 33 u S Ind A ten iJO'^ Freeport Tex 31^ u S ' S m e l t e r ss-i Gen Am Trans rfi util P Li A .1"; Glidden Co 50S Vanadium 22'.i Gobel 7 Un Gas Imp 16-% Gold Dust 20 ! i warren Fros SVj Graham Pai^e 3~; Western Union 56 Houst oil (new) 11U Worth'n Pump 33!i Hudson Motor IS Yellow Truck 15 !i Hunp Motors 2'A Younss S T 50 Intl Carriers 8Vi Miscellaneous POTATO MARKET. (Saturday Market) CHICAGO, U'-r--U. S. department of agriculture-- Potatoes J65. on track 272, total U. S. shipments 960; Idaho russets about steady. other stock barely steady, slightly weaker undertone; supplies moderate, demand slow; sacked per cwt.: Idaho Russet Burbanks U. S. No. 1, S1.S2^ @1.90; Wisconsin Round Whites U. S. No. 1. no sales reported, commercial Si.15; Michigan Russet Rurals U. S. No. 1, SI-20; North Dakota Cobblers U. S. No: 3. Si-10; Early Chios U- S. No. 1, SI.10 ·S'1.45; Bliss Triumphs U. 5. No. 1, 51.40; Minnesota Cobblers unclassified 51.10; Bliss Triumphs unclassified si.10; Colorado McClures U, S. No. 2, $1.10; Nebraska Bliss Triumphs U. S. No. 1. fine quality, SI.90; partly graded .n.»0@l.S5. *K\V YORK St r OAR. (Saturday Markelt NK\v YORK, (.I 1 ;--Raw su.qar nnrhangc'l. Futures 1 to 2 points net higher. Refined unchanged. MINNEAPOLIS KLOt'B. fSfltnnlity .Marki-t) MINNEAPOLIS. i.Ti--Ffour undiJ Lamson Brothers Market Letter MARKET REVIEW, CHICAGO--(Saturday) Wht-at--Liquidation depressed wheat, corn and oats values early Saturday but wheat made some recovery and closed about unchanged for the day. The early selling was heaviest in the July, pressure being based on expectation of moisture in the southwest over the week-end in accordance with the forecast of the same import. There was a fair class of buying in evidence in the May, which delivery staged a rally, this having a tendency to steady other months at the decline. Locals were Inclined to absorb the July under SSc, some of them not willing to be short over the week-end in view of the vagaries of the weather. The comparative steadiness at Winnipeg had some effect on sentiment here. Price? Monda will likely be coverneti by week-end developments in the wviy of weather and foreign political advices, Cnrn--Corn, as was the ruse in wheat, declined under liquitlatinc sales, May droppjnt; to Ihe lowest p r i c in I h r r c month?. There wa5 no hnuvy c o m m i p M o n house s p i t i n g at the tiff line, Uil thfi "Icmtrnl c o n t i n u e d *' n[frr mm i,n a n y i m r r i " i v o m f n l . Cash corn W3S wMk, r, e pccJ'~Hy for d u m p corn. RECENT STOCK FAVORITES OFF Flood Fears Depressant to Market; Some Shares Buck Trend. NEW YORK--Flood fears Saturday acted as a further stock market depressant. While scattered specialties succeeded in moving against the trend, many recent industrial favorites backed up for declines of fractions to around 2 points. The close was easy. Transfers approximated 850,000 shares. J. I. Case displayed isolated strength, getting up about 4 points. Lesser improvement was shown by. Pathe, Stone Webster, General Refractories, Tli o m s o n-Starrett, Deere and Minneapolis-Moline plow. On Losing End. On the losing end were American Telephone, U. S. Steel, Bethlehem, General Motors, Chrysler, American Can, Standard Oil of New Jersey, American Commercial Alcohol, Schenley, Howe Sound, Anaconda, American Smelting and Curtiss- Wright. The rails and utilities were unchanged to slightly lower. Bonds were quiet and steady. Commodities were moderately mixed. Principal foreign currencies again gave ground in terms of the dollar. Delayed by Floods. A contra-seasonal decrease of more than 17,000 cars in last week's freight shipments was in line with previous forecasts. The total, usually announced Friday, was delayed because floods held up the reports. In the financial district there were mixed opinions of the flood situation. It was recognized that millions of dollars will be required for restoration of homes and business property as well as for urgent repairs. Curb Market NEW YOKK, market stucks flrillctl to Uje orlside in quiet trading Sat- urdaj-. Losses were small, however, and a number u t issues were able to hold their own, or even work a trifle higher. Amonc these were American Gas, American Superpower, International petroleum and Wright Hargreaves. Losers included American Cyanamid "Bv" Cities Service, Creole Petroleum. Electric Bond Share, Gulf Oil, Lake Shore Mines, Newmont and New Jersey Zinc. Aluminum company, star performer in cent sessions, failed to make its appearance on the tape during the first hour. The stock bat! an active market on Friday. Bond Market NEW iORK. (.-M--Prices swung narrowly in either direction in the bond market Saturday, with the gainers appearing to have a slight edge. Baltimore and Ohio -tVJs added around 2 points, and some of the other secondary carrier liens, near the finish, were able to push ahead a bit. Tbe U, S. s°vernment group, although inactive, put on small fractions in those issues which changed hands. Many in the division were not traded. Erie 5s, Great Northern 4\-iS, Northern Pacific Is and St. Paul 5s advanced slightly. There were similar gains in Goodyear 5s. Youngstown Sheet and Tube 5s and International Telephone 5s. Some of the issues oil a bit included loans of American Telephone, American and Foreign Power and American Rolling Mill. Foreign loans were mixed, with the German division a little soft, while Italians improved. Produce MASON CITY -- For Saturday Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse Eggs, current receipts ........ 14c Heavy hens, 4 Ibs. and over ---- 16e Under 4 Ibs. .................. 13c Cocks ........................ 13c Merchants Quotations Eggs, in trade ............ 15-16c* Eggs, fresh ............... 14-loc* Butter, Iowa State Brand ---- 3Sc Butter, Corn Country ........ 37c Butter, Kenyon's ............. 37c Butter, Very Best ........... 38c Butter, Brookf ield ............ 37c Potatoes, peck ....... 33c and 45c ·EDITOR'S NOTE -- These representative quotations were obtained by calling several grocery stores. CHICAGO PRODUCE (Saturday Market) CHICAGO, (-T 1 ) -- Butter 11,535, unsettled, prices unchanged. Eggs 21,971. steady, prices unchanged. Poultry. Jive, 9 trucks, steady at decline; hens 5 Ibs. and less 23tec, more than 5 Ibs. 22c; Leghorn hens 21c: springs 24®-6K-c; fryers 24Vi@26 ] ,^c; Plymouth and White Rock broilers 25'.ic, colored 24^i c . nare- back3.2UT('22c. Leghorn 22c; roosters 16!i;c; turkeys isfl23c: heavy white ducks 23c, heavy small 20C, heavy colored 22c, small 19c; peese 13c; capons 7 Ibs. up 26c, less than 7 Ibs. 25C. Dressed turkeys steady at decline: old hens -5c; younp toms less ihan IS Ihs. 27c: licavy flabtiy young loms 2;jc: old 21c; No. 2 turkeys 22c. r\K\v YOKK (Saturday Market) NKW YORK. (,VJ -- Butter 3-S90. weak. crramery hiyher than extra 3uvi @31 ! /=c: extra (92 score) 3u!~c; firsts (Stt-91 scores) 2i- :! i (a'3U'.;c: centralized (90 score) 30c, Cheese 08, OSS. quiet, prices? unchanged. Live poultry iirm; by freight, all prices unchanged. Live poultry, by express: Chickens 21@ 21c; other prices unchanged. Dressed poultry steady to easy; all fresh and frozen prices unchanged. Eggs 21,716, unsettled. Mixed colors, standards and commercial standards 20Vj(21",ic; firsts 19 I .ic: mediums 40 Ibs. ISVic; dirties No, 1. 42 ibs. ISlic: average checks 17Uc: other mixed colors unchanged. CHAFTEK 40. As Thora Dahl stood in Mrs. Steele's pantry she was thinking of how differently Mr. Marsh looked tonight. She was seeing him all the while Mrs. Steelc chattered, standing so erectly, Thora Dahl arranging his tie for him . . . "Someone is driving up!" Mrs. Steele vanished in a flutter of white skirts. The three from Fair Acres were the last to arrive at the white house behind the yew treis. Two cars, empty, were parked near the door. "There is no reason for you to loaf around here alone, Pat," Marsh decided, as he handed Wilma from the car. "Better drive home and come back about 11. That's as long as I want to stay." "Yes, sir. I'll be here at 11." When the hands o{ the kitchen clock pointed to U, Thora Dahl made a last quick inspection of her domain for the evening. Everything was in readiness. What was she supposed to do? A hum of distant voices told her that the guests were assembled. Would Mrs. Steele ap- ·pear? Or what? As Tiora stood uncertainly in the serving pantry, she was relieved to hear Mrs. Steele's voice just beyond the swinging door. "Does everything look all right, Selwyn?" "Sure. Fine." Thora opened the door a few inches, started to speak, paused. Mrs. Steele was standing close to Mr. Marsh, looking up into his face. One of her hands lay on his black sleeve. "Selwyn," she said archly, "you're going to tell them . . . about our little secret, aren't you?" It must have been something in Mr. Marsh's eyes, as he avoided the gaze from that upturned face, Thora Dahl never could have told. With a sudden impulse, she pushed the door wide open. "Dinner, Mrs. Steele." That next hour passed on leaden wings for Thora. She was obsessed by a feeling of coming disaster, as she performed her duties in a mechanical fashion. The steady flow of conversation in the dining room, accompanied by the subdued sounds of silver and china, was a nerve- racking ordeal. She would be so thankful when tte dessert was safely served. Then, she was going to slip out the back door and escape into the night. At last she was in the pantry, starting Jim and his tray into the dining room on a final trip. As the door closed behind him, she was conscious of a sudden hush in the conversation. Perhaps Mr. Marsh was going to say . : . But a woman gave a stifled scream. It was followed by a. crash of china. Jim's tray going to the floor! Thora held her breath as she placed her ear close to the door to hear what would follow this dreadful incident. It might mean . . . The sound of another voice sent her heart up into her throat. A strange,, snarling voice. Only a few feet distant. "Stick 'em up everybody! You folks stand over against that wall . . . an' make it quick!" Realizing in a flash what was happening in the dining room, Thora's first thought was for the cook--a middle-aged German woman. She turned noiselessly in her tracks, to find her assistant just behind her. The blood had drained from Mrs. Hoffman's round face. Her lips were parted as if to emit a scream. Business Notes Federal financing consummated last ".veek resulted in a sharp contraction OE federal reserve system members' reserves with federal reserve banks and consequently reduced excess reserves, according lo figures released Thursday by the board of governors of the system. Member banks' excess reserve balances on March 18. 1036. were· estimated at S2,380.- 000.000. a reduction of 5620.0'jO.000 for the week then ended. Excess reserves of the New York City members were an independently estimate'd SS69.000.000 at the same date, down S195.000.0UO. and those of Chl- ^apo members wer 583.000.000 lower at S17-J, 000.000. RESERVE BALANCES ARE DO\VN Member bank reserve balances al. March IS were S5.m.000,000. a decrease of S642.- OCO.OOO for the week. Non-member deposits and other federal reserve accounts were 522.000,000 lower at SoS9.000.OvO. changes In these items offset almost exactly the increase of 5675,000,000 to S3,587,00(J,000 in treasury cash and deposits with federal reserve banks. Aroney in circulation showed little change, up 51,000.000 to SS.Sil.OOO.O'jO. Monetary sold stock was 53,000.000 higher at S10,- 173,000.000. Gold certificates of the Federal Reserve bank of Chicago were $102.000.000 lower at $],378.219,748. Those of the New York institution were off $73,000.000 at S3.099,- 932.000. DEMAND DEPOSITS ARE LOWER Demand deposits of the reporting member banks in New York City were S122.fj00.j00 lower at March 18. while inter-bank deposits of domestic hanks were down S1S1.- 000.000 and (Hose nf foreign institutions off 37.000,000. The March 15 income laxep as well as federal financing affected the figures. Holdings of United state,* government bonds de- j timed sr6,000,000 durins the week, and brokers' loins were off -VSl.vOO.OOO. Reporting members in Chicago reported a decrease ot S4S.OOO.OOO ITI demand 'le- popiis for the week, with domestic i n t e r bank deposits also lower, off 537,000.000. Reserve with the federal reserve bank wa* down S90.000.00'). and holdings of United Slates s overn ment bonds increased 563.000.000. I.NVESI.MEM TRUSTS. (By The Associated Press) Bid and asked Saturday: Corporate Tr Sh 2.76 Corporate Tr Sh AA Mod .. :i-~ Corporate Tr Sh Ac Ser .. 2.60 Corporate Tr Ac Ser Mod .. :i.27 Dividend Sh 1-6S Maryland Fund 19.32 Nationwide sec 4,3-' Nationwide Sec Vtc 1.7f» Nor Amer Tr Sh 2.."7 Nor Amer Tr Sh I!.V 3.32 Quarterly Inc Sh I . - ~ Selected Am Sh Inc l.'-R Super Corp Am Tr A 3.73 T P Kl L if: P A I S (i'-'.'i i: s KI i. * r R i; s El L r vtc 1.11 1.S6 20.S!) i.i r 1.93 GOVERNMENT BONDS. (Saturday Market) NEW YORK. LTi--U. S. government bonds closed: Treasury 4 ' i s 47-52 blank. Treasury 4s 44-55 112.14. Treasury 3-lss 40-43 June blank. Treasury 3%s 43-47 10S.4. Treasury 3V4S 46-49 105.15. Treasury 3s 51-55 104.3. Plans Farewell Sermon. SWALEDALE--The Rev. O. A. Brenner, pastor o£ the Baptist church of Sheffield, will preach his farewell sermon Sunday. He has been pastor of the German Baptist church in Sheffield for seven years and supplies Rockwell and Swale- dale for the pa,=t two and a half ycnrs. Ho leaves April 1 for his new field in George. Thora laid a swift hand over her mouth and shook her head. The cook nodded durably, tottered back into the kitchen and dropped weakly into a chair. Thora returned to her listening post. There was no sound from the dining room, save that of chairs being moved, of confused steps. Evidently, the diners were obeying orders. Almost at once, that sneering voice spoke again. "All yoose got to do is act sensible and youse won't get hurt. Any funny moves an* I'm cuttin* loose . . . That goes for you, big boy on the end. Keep reachin'." Holding her breath, Thora pushed on the swinging door slightly. Her eye was close to the opening, trying to glimpse the scene on the other side. "Hey you, Nigger!" the voice continued. "Start down the line and collect the things, I tell you. Put 'em on the table . . . at this end. I want loose change and jewelry. Get a move on you!" Thora caught a sight of Jim passing. His face ashen and his eyes bulging from their sockets with terror- "Yes, sah! Yes, sah!" she heard him answer quaveringly. She ventured to widen her outlook by a quarter of an inch. There he was! The holdup man. Only a few feet from her, his back toward the door. He was a short stocky man,' wearing a dark cap pulled low on his head. In his right band was a stubby black gun. Thora looked beyond. There was Wilma, her face white and her black eyes wide with terror. Beside her was Mr. Gordon. His lips were set tightly. It was plain that he was furiously angry . . . and helpless. If only he wouldn't try to do anything! Next to Wilma, on the other side, was a shivering elderly woman. She kept wetting her lips with her tongue and her double chin wabbled pitifully. And Ali Babba next His gray eyes were fixed on the man with the gun. His face was peculiarly expressionless, . Thora thought. The whole scene was stamping itself on her consciousness with the rapidity of a motion picture. All the details clearly printed. Neither Mrs. Steele nor Mr. Marsh were visible. They must be at the other end of the line. "Come on, lady. Strip that shiner off your wrist," came the next command. "Toss it over where I can reach it, an' make it snappy. That's the thing I come for." Thora saw the man take a step nearer the deserted table. "Hurry up, sister!" Tears started to Wilma's eyes. She covered her bracelet despairingly with the fingers of her right hand. She turned to Babbas with an entreating: "Alec, don't let him!" Babbas did not stir, but Gordon did and drew a snarling caution, Marsh's voice was heard next, speaking quietly. "Take it off, Wilma." With shaking fingers she started to comply. A hot burst of rage made the picture grow dim before Thora Dahl's eyes. This contemptible coward knew about that bracelet. He expected Wilma to wear it. He said that was what he had come for. Thora poised herself on her toes, took a deep areatt, thrust the door wide, sprang. She had but one idea in mind. To lock her muscular young arms about that man from behind, pin his own arms to his side, to hold . . . . and hold. (TO BE .CONTINUED) All Day Session Planned. KANAWHA--An all da y Layman's meeting has been planned for Sunday at the M. E. church in Ka- iiawha with a full program throughout the day. The district superintendent, Dr. W. c. Muhleman of Algona, will be present. The program will begin at 10 o'clock with the Sunday school hour. Pastors in Circuit Meet. DOWS--The Eagle Grove circuit of the Lutheran church held a meeting of 25 pastors and wives at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. E. A. Duea. There were representatives present from Rembrandt, Eagle Grove, Thornton, Duncombe, Humboldt, Rolfe, Callender, Paulline. Hampton, Coulter, Belmond. Ft. Dodge and Dows. UNION MUTUAL HEARING IS SET Under State Department of Insurance; Hearing to Be Thursday. DBS MOINES, (/P)--A district court order held the Union Mutual Life company of Iowa temporarily under supervision of the state insurance department, pending disposition of a petition seeking receivership. Atty. Gen. Edward L. O'Connor filed the petition in Polk county district court, ashing that the concern be placed in receivership and that Ray Murphy, state insurance commissioner, be named receiver. District Judge Russell Jordan set 9 a. m., Thursday as the time for a hearing on the petition. Judge Jordan's order also enjoins the company from transacting any additional business, other than payment of losses already ascertained, pending final disposal. The state insurance department revoked the company's license to operate March. 4, charging the concern with "irregular practices." The Union Mutual Casualty company'3 license also was revoked, but O'Connor did not mention this concern in bis petition. The attorney general stated in his petition that the Union Mutual Life was in an "unsound condition." A few hours earlier Frank L. Sawyer, one of the company's policy holders, filed suit asking that a receiver be appointed for the company. Judge Jordan set 10 a. m., Friday as the time for a hearing of Sawyer's petition. TAX HEARINGS TO START IN WEEK House Committee to Begin With Proposed Levy on Undivided Profits. WASHINGTON, (.P)--Chairman Doughton (D-NC) announced Saturday that the house ways and means committee would start open hearings a week from Monday on President Roosevelt's $792,000,000 tax program. He said the committee probably would start off with the proposed levy on undistributed ' corporation income, with treasury officials as the first witnesses. To File Keport. A subcommittee, which has been wrestling with the tax program for two and a half weeks is to file a report to the full committee as the basis for the hearings. Doughton said no decision had been reached on new processing taxes or a "windfall" levy. There was no immediate comment by the tax drafters on treasury figures that income tax collection in the first 20 days of March totaled ?3S9,- 694,381, a 28 per cent increase over that period last year. Asked Windfall Tax. (President Roosevelt suggested 5620,000,000 additional federal income be produced by taxes on corporation dividends and undistributed earnings and $517,000,000 over two or three years from new processing levies and a "windfall" tax on returned or unpaid AAA processing taxes). The windfall tax occupied the subcommittee this morning, hut Chairman Samuel B. Hill (D-Wash) asserted "we haven't come to any decision as to rates or on any phase of the situation at all." Return to Minneapolis. ORCHARD-- Herbert Wellington of Minneapolis, who has been visiting his father, Byron Wellington, snd brother, Calmus and wife of Osage returned home Thursday. Building to Be Moved. . MITCHELL--The J. H. Baniford building on main street, which was used many years for the Mitchell postoffice, is being, taken down, and will be rebuilt for a residence in the east part of town. It waa purchased by Charlie Ritter for his son, Elmer Ritter and wife. CLOSING OUT SALE As I am going to quit farming, I will hold a Closing Out Sale on the Indianhead Farm No. 6, located 1 mile south of Mason City and 2 miles east; or 2 miles east of the Schermerhorn farm, on STARTING AX 1 F. M. B HORSES--I team mares. 7 and 8 years, wt. 3000; 1 hay gelding, smooth mouth, wl. 1500; 1 gelding coming 3. wt. 1200; 1 gelding coming 2, wt. 1000; 1 Shetland pony. 10 HEAD CATTLE--6 Guernsey cows, fresh and spring- ers; 4 calves. FARM MACHINERY, ETC.--S-foot binder; 1 hay loader; 1 mower; 1 gang plow; 2 2-row corn plows; 3 1-row corn plows; 1 end-gate seeder; 3 discs; Hays corn planter; 1 International spreader; wagon with triple box; hay rack and wagon; 1 ensilage rack; 1 bob sled; 2 drags and 1 drag cart; 2'/ 2 H. P. gas engine and pump jack; 2 sets harness. Some Alfalfa Hay; Soybean Hay; some Oats and Corn; Seed Corn. 150 CHICKENS A FEW DUCKS Other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: Cash, or arrange with (he clerk. T. F. J;ie:k Horsey, Auctioneer First National Bank, Mason City, Clerk m ·5 In

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