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* \ / ftf ASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 1VIALL SUPPLIES STEADY STEER PRICES SHIPPERS BOSS HOGS AND SHEEP MARCH '12 Steady Swine Prices and Better Lamb Prices AkfetL CHICAGO, March 12. lff--Cattle \Buppltes were so small today that even a constricted demand for beef ·teers on the part of local packers caused no fear for the price scale. Chicago had only 0,000 head of cat- ale to offer buyers, and the'11 rnar- - kets received 18,500, against 22,300 a week ago. Heavy and light steers offered little that was suitable for sale at more than $10 00.' Steers made up the bulk or supplies. - In hogs and lambs, shippers held the key to the market. On the strength of -recent hea,vy orders from the east, commission men held out for steady prices in the hog market and for better) prices in lambs, both markets saw little action to fulfill these demands. Trading in light hogs was slow, and all bids ·yeie fully lOc below yesterday's best time. Receipts of 28,000 head, jFhich was 5,000 head more than last Thursday's run, put" a damper on any hope of recovery of the loss sustained yesterday, when the average declined fuliy 25c, to close at $7.83. Because shippers, have taken about 40 per cent of the total receipts at Chicago for the first three days of this week, commission men held out today lor a continuation of the prices that have been maintained only by shippers support Packers tried to buy the better gradSs of ·jyesterns at £9 or less, but were refused in the early market Of the run of 17,000 head received today, 6,700 were sent to the slaughter ;h'on*T3 direct. .iBogS; closed ·' uneven, tmt/mosUy-' steady. CaiUe finished very-slow,: weak to 250 dowa' Jand .sheep ' weak "to :unevenly . lower,, many unsold late. 1 sows »550@S; visa SEd J.'sSt light* moiU 57 SO, average cost Wednesday $7 08, welch 239 , SHEEP 500; run very, light r no early sale or bids; packers talking lower on fat lambs asking 58.50 and ' abbvevbn · beeI fed offer Ings; run : Includes -' three . loads . fed · western lambs;: neld.:over ,'fromv Wednesday. KANSAS, CITITIJVESIOCK:. i ;KANBAS CITY, March ,12. y(^-rU. a de partment of agriculture-HOGS 4 ooo, 700 direct; fairly active steady to lOc'higher than .."Wednesday's aver age; top $7.65 on 170-220'Jbs,;-140-130 Ibs 5707.50; 160,180' Ibs. '57;10S7.65; \180-20f Ibs.' 57.2507.65; :200-220 ma. 57.30@7.6S 220 2EO Ibs 57 2510)7 65, 250 290 Ibs 57 15 07.50;' 290-350 ' Ibs.- 56,9007.30; packing sows :275-500 Ibs. 5S@6.65!' stock .pigs, 70130 Ibs. 58.75@7.25. CATTLE 3,000, calves 400; generally steady;'killing quality rather, plain. Steers, good · and;chotce, '600-900"Ibs.. J7.75S10.50; .SOO-llOO.lbs^.SSSHO.SQ; .1100-1300. Ibs., J84f .10.50; 1300-1500 Ibs. S3@10.50; common and mediums 800 Ibs up 55®B, heifers, good and choice 550-850 "Iba. 5B.7S@»; com inon and medium- 550-850 Ibs...54.2506.7.1; cows, good and choice $4.7596:50; common and medium $4(J?4.75; : iow cutter and cutter 52.75^4: . vealers (milk fed) ' medium- choice 55@8;/cull-and common ,:53.50J stocker and'feeder steers,-food and choice (all weights) S8.75@8.7S: common and medium (all weights) 54®6 75 l SHEEP 8,000; -.opening.:sales lambs to shippers 10-15c lower; .top $3.55: lambs, good, and-.choice 90 Ibs.': down, : . 57.7508,55; medium 80 Ibs. down 58.75SS7 7"i, common all - weights S5.2586.7S;'·; medium to choice, 91-100 Ibs. 56.75®8.25; ewes, 150 Ibs. down, 53®4.60. LIVESTOCK FORECAST ', CHICAGO, March 12.--Estimated receipts of hogs, IB',000;: cattle, 2,000:-sheep, 18,000, MVESTOCK FORECAST CHICAGO, Karcti,12.- liB-^Offlclal estimated -.receipts ' tomorrow:-· Cattle, 2,000; hoe^, 20,000; sheet, 1 , 12.000. Representative Sales. SALES FOLLOW Increased Amount of Prof! Taking Almost Nullities , Early Advances. CHICAGO^ March 12 UP}--Much increased selling on price upturns almost nullified gains scored in' thi cereals markets today. Auspicious crop repprts as to domestic winter Wheat were a bearish factor, and so too was snow in Canada and North Dakota spring wheat territory Some uneasiness was shown concerning crowdedreJevator conditions Wheat closed Irregular, at He decline lo ii@VSe advance; corn unchanged to %e up oats iiGsMc higher, and provisions showlnc setback! of 2 to 12 cents A. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN. CHICAGO, March 12. i LTV-^Wheat No: 2 lea 79c; No.-'l hard 79Vic; No. 1 hard ;smutty 7Be, No 1 mixed 77^e Corn No.'2 mlxe] 63c; No. 3 mixed 60H J81e; No. 2 yelloWN62W@63cr No. 3 yel- ow 60%S)62%c, No 4 yellow 59^ ©GQ^c Vo. 6 yellow 55c; No 2 white 6314C, No." 3 white 614c; No. ;4 white 59^4c. Oats No. 2 white 31H@32c, No 3 »hlte Kye No. 2, 45c. Timothy "seed $S.75@9. Clover seed 512.25 @19.75. ribs 511.50; bellies $11.50. CHICAGO,- March -12. OT)--^Hepresenlatlve sales as jselected 'by the United^ States department "of agriculture^ ,,_, SHEEP Native Lanibs-- : Fed Western. Local Hogs - MASON CITY,' March 12.--Best 'Sorted lights, 180 to 230 Ibs., ?7.10. best medium weight butchers, 240 to 260 Ibs, $6 SO; best heavy butch- «rs, 270 to 300 Ibs,, ?6 60, best prime heavy butchers. 31J to 350 Jbs, S640; beat packing sows, 300 to 350 Ibs., ?5.70; best heavy sows, 360 to 400 Ibs., ?5.50. , CHICAGO L LIVESTOCK CHICAGO, March 12 W| -- United States department of agrlcuHure-- HOGS 28 000, 8.500 direct; Blow, uneven; Mo.tl)^ steidy, 1 light, weights weak t to lOc Krwer than'' yMterday'a avenge, top J82E. «ow^ »6 25® g f e 140-160 lb«- 18^10825. JJBhK/welght 180-200 16ST tSOO®828; med turn weight 200 250 Ibs ?7.SO®8 25 heavy .weight 250-350 Ibs. »S B0@7 «6, packing »owj 275 500 Itx. JU 256 065, elaucbter plgE 100-130 Iba «750lg)800 T .CATTI.E 3,000; calves 2,000, better grade ·weighty steers slow, weak, Ught klatUr espa- clally lower grade 'offerings, strong to 21c nlsher, ill she stock strdng to 25o up; yearling heifers and Ught weight butcher heifers sbowlHg most advance, most fed steers ST 25 ©9; India strong and vealers about steadj ' Slaughter cattle and vealers: Steers, gfcod and choice 500-900 Its S^75@lt.60, 8001100 1113. S8.75©11.50; 1100-1300 Ibs. »8.75iS 11'25. 1300-1500 Ibs. 58 75® 11, common and medium 600 1300 Ibs 16 25@9, heifers, *ood and choice 550--850 Ibs $7 75{jlo, common and medium $6@8 25; eons, good and choice $5@6 75, common and medium $16 650, low .cutter and cutter J36Z4,. bulls (yearlings .:ercluded)\'goHl fand choice ^bee'f) · *4.26@5.75; cutter to 'medium l J3.7S®4.flO; vealerst (milk' fed) goodi and choice J7®9| irtedlum. ja®7; cull and common S4.50EA6- Steers,- good- and cholco 600-1050' Iba. J7® ; *.25; common and'rnedlum:55g7. ' ,^ ' :' SHEEP 17,000; 'opening weah to unevenly 16wcr;.-good and choice lainhs 58.30gi9: 'beat lield -above J9.25;, native ewes W)95; feeders : largely. : nominal^ ; Blaughtar, : sheep and lambs :-.Lamos, W: Ibs.^ down, good and choice $S.75©9.35; . medium ; ' ST.50@8.75; " 91-100 Ibs.,'.- medium : .to · -choice · S7.25SJ9.10; 'all weights, common *B57.50; ewes, eo-150 Ibs., medium to choice $3.50®5; all welBhts, cull and common S25S1; feeding lambs, 60-75 Ibs. 1 '.t7.65@fl.25. · · · · . - ; . . - . . · ..,':· , · . . ' "-Stoirx crry UVESTOCK. "·."·'·".; ·'SIOUX;ciTr, March 12. opt--u'. a. department/of agriculture.--· ; ' v: ' · " CATTtB . 2,000 [calves 100; fed yearlings fairly acUve, steady' to strong; matured ateers : slow, .steady., to weak; she . stock mostly steady; "light helfere strong; other .classes little, changed; few, sales steers-and yearlings up to 59; bulk $7.25SJ8.50: loa.'. cholca 688 Ib. helfcru ,J3; cows 54.25@5.«0: roaforlty cauiage -bullo 53.756)4; select veal- .era- 57.50; ·" small.'-Rhowlng' atodrmrs 57.50 · down,1 .' .j.'.'.' . ' . ' ' . - - ; -''.. } , -. · '.''- ,:·- ' \ ' '·' /' HOGS 8,50p,',butCh'ers fltrong', to lOc high-, «r; packings sows steady 'to Etrong;' most. 160-200 Ib. butchers J7.25®7.40; top 57.40; 210-250 Ib. weights 57.10®7l35; 2611-300 Ih3. !«rgely .S7@7.20; packing sows 58.25@6.5[i. · SHKEP 4,500,. fat lambs;opening around 25c lower; choice Ught weight lambs tp uhlp- . $S; other classes; steady. : · , -,' ^~ ·'· · 'OMAHA i-IVESTOCK. -OMAHA, March 13.- im--V.,S. -ment ot agriculture-^- - "HOQS 10.000, 179 direct; market'opened strong to; lOc. higher, .close active,' 10-2RC higher;'heavy'butchers tip moat;. top 57.50 on 200-210' Ib. butchers M70-250 Ibs. .S7.250 7.40; 250-340 Ib. butchers 5707.25; 'packlne; . sow* J0.15@8.25; .amootli light sows up to 58.40; 'odd 'lots, feeder pigs. 56 @ a. 50; aver- ·' age Wednesday 56.87, weight 285. ·" ·'· ^ ' CATTU: 3,200; calves 200; fed Hteers'and yearlings mostly 'fully steady with, some strength on: medium- grade. light 'klnd;;rshc stock and- bului steady; vealera strong ,to £0e higher; stbckera' and 'feeders tn light ripply, steady to-; strong; 'fed .steers and yearlings {7.2568.75: weighty steers 53.25" yearlings 59.50; heifers '58.5067.50;' hulic hccf cows S4-25ii5.50: several- lota S6S6.25; cutter grades J3.25Q4: medium bulls S4tf ^ 4-25; practical · top vealers 59,; stockers and feeders t7@.5f. :. ·'/: '., ." SHEEP 11,000; lambs steady to 25c low-' er; other clasies scarce and steady: early sales 87-88 Ib, fed wooleil Lambs {SffS.25 · few,loads to shippers up to 53.40; extreme top to yard' traders 58i50; practically feeders or.'znatured sheep Included. 116 92 88 132 257 140 118 200. 123 76 20 58 47 25 41 Steers^17 20 31 20 13 23 18 20 25 37 27 15 15 85 80 89 79 : 83 81 95 .72 103 .99 109 72 60 1091' 1390 1513 1355 .1214 103t 968 135S 1098 1068 801 l .674 84 81 88 91 102 3 117 120 123 160 1SB 9.25 225 9.15 240 9.10 .460 9.00 235 8.85. 125 8.75^ Fat Ewe 8.65 10 8.60 61 8.50.408.25 i 27 8.00 15 775 7 0 0 650 CATTLE * ' Helf ars : -- ' 10 50 31 . 689 10:25 29 f 764 10.00 19 725 9 75 12 812 B 25 Cows -- ; 9 00 47 58 41 OS 51 82 Mediums--·· 69 248 71 235 BO i ;225 64 v '218 211 360 332 314 287 272 258 S 8;50 -18 ; 00 12 780 10 780 ^ 7.10 6.65 / - · 00 HOQS Ughts-- 6.80 ·SB ; 7.00 i 58; ' 7/10 65 7.25. 8t 7 35 52 1354 1243 1047 «87 198 190 182 174 166 201 7 45 IJght Lights -31 ' 157 '7.55 .69 : -149 7 65 72 142 775 35 133 790 800 825 9.25 9.00 8.85 8.75 8.25 5.00 4.75 4.05 4.50 4.00 9.25 8.60 7.75 6.90 7.00 8.40 4.25 3.35 8.25 8.20 8.15 8.15 8.25 8.20 8.36 810 *.00 MASON CITY GRAIN MASON CITY, March 12.-Barley 300 Oats 22c Shelled coj-n, No. 4......;·;.,,.420 Ear corn V 3g c GrainFutures Hog Markets t B THE ASSOCIATED 1'KESS (Hog prices at Iowa markets Thursday. CEDAR RAPIDS--Prime' hogs: .-Mediums S3 80®7; heavies ?q 8007, lights 56 80@7 packers *6 80@7. i -~ iDES MOINES--2,500, steady to little lowcr^prtaie', U|hts $6.85@7.25'; prime 'mtd- lums,. S6;75®7.15; prlrae heaiyiu 16.40 6 85, good fickerc K 3ESJ6. , x OTTUMWA--Unchanged 120-150 Iba 55.10;Ll60-170 lhs:;S6.70; 170-220 Ibs. J7.05; 220-200 Ibs S685, 260300 Ibs $6.15, 300 350 I* S625; over 350 libs 6 isn gooo packers $5 60, lair packers $4 60 ' - WATERI-OO^-P^lme ·" hogBi 180-SIU Ibs. »a.70(g!7; '22p-2«0 Ibs. .$6.60@6.eO; ;25fl-2aO Ibs.- $6.20®6.SO: 290-320 Ibs. SOS8.30; eoud packers 55.45®5.80'. / ' ' ' /' , COMBINED HOG RECEIPTS. . .DES MOINES, March'12. W--tl. S. de. ·partment or agriculture.^ ; .'·-;.,;- :·'· ':, Combined hog receipts at 23' concentration yards ; and · 7-- packln tf: plants located \ In Interior Iowa. and ; duthern'. Minnesota-' for the 24"hour period Bended at 10 'a. m. today were 28,700 compared with'20,400 a- week ago. . -:Generally ' steady;' some' weakness on- weighty butchers; bulk of '170-220 Ib. weights $7®7.30; 230-270 .\b. averages S8.65 @7: .280-350 Ib. welBlits S6.35@6.75; marketing moderately heavy In most, sections. Quotations lor good · "and choice: -Light lights, 140-100 Ibs., . »6.35©7.13; . light weights, 160-180 Ibs... S6.90®7.35; 150-200 Ibs. .$0.90@7.40; : 220-250 Ibs. -J6.B04?7.30: heavy weights 250-290 Ibs. $6.5007 10; 290,- 3SO Ibs. 55T30®6.80; pigs 100-130 Ibs. blank. Good packing sows 275-350 Ibs. J5.75® 6.10: 350-425 Ibs., $5.50@G.85; 425-550 Ibs. ?S.2S®5.75V ' ·'·, CORN-- .' l Mar. old. new. Hay old. new, . July Sept. WHEAT-Mar. old. . \ new.. May old. new, July . Sept. OATS-^ Mar. old new. May old; new. July\-Sept. . . . RYK--· Mar. old. .. Hay old new, .. July Sept , LARD-Mar May July BELLIES-May July ORAIN CLOSE. CHICAGO, March 12.W)-- 'High .65 .66% -67% .81% .83 .65 .64% .30* .32% .32% .32 K .33 .41V, .42 VI .43 /- 8.85 ./ 8.90 905 '» 11 12 Low .62 Vi -.6254 -84% .65% .67 .66»i .79=i 78 H 81VS / 83% / 64 / .30 .3214 -32% .32% .32% .40% .41 !i .42 .43 .8.82 8.87. :8.02 .64'), .65% .67 ii .67, 79*, 79', .81W .62'ri .64 « .64 H .30-A .31 .32 VI. ,32% .32 , ,38'A .40% .41 Vi .42 .43 8.BS 8.87 9.05 11.12 l 11.25 Market By TICKER TAPE A carefully-aeslfined plan of consolidation, such as has been found^ necessary In England and other/.'countries since : the-* war,.-would greatly,benefit the sugar, terming Industry, in. the: opinion of Earl p.-:Babst, chairman of; the, board ot the American Sugar Re fin- Ing company. Mr Babst expressed this viewpoint In his annual report to stockholders of the company, which) for^lhe year ended Dec. 31, showed net Income of $5,659,916 after taxes and charges, or equivalent after preferred dividends to $5 57 a share earned on/450,000 shares of common stock fc This compares with a net of 58,045,804, or $7 77 a share on the common, In 1929 * ·MARCH TO SHOW STEEF, IMPROVEMENT March will show an Impressive Improvement over February In shipments, bookings and mill operaUons alike, with the probability- that the momentum acquired during the month will carry into April and May says tie Iron Age. The weekly summary of the steel trade says In part "Demand for iron and steel shows a more uniform^.upward trend, with production Increasing at a less deliberate pace than In recent weeks New business Is wen divers I- fted and, In view of the pronounced caution sun ruling among buyers, Is a true reflection of the expanding requirements of consum- Inr Industries IjVhtla large backlogs always give producers a feeling of greater security regarding the future, the decisive factor ao far ·» Productlta Is concerned Is the rate "Which tonnage is released for shipment n,,. Si s l z ^ ot Iorwar ' commitments Is In- fiuenceu bjr general sentiment In the trade, price considerations and custom, as for ex- unple in the case, of rails, most of which ire contracted for in an annual fall and win '"" buying movement. Specifications, on the other:: hand, are lent* oral]narily, determined by the actual current requirements of the riuy- er. This is particularly true In a time of depression -when consumer stocks ore kept- at a minimum '· AMERICAN IOBACCO EARNINGS INCREASE An increase of more than 43 per cent 5" earnings for 1930 as compared with o o to a rew all Ume high record of S43 298,657 v,as reported by the American Tobacco company in its annual report made public Wednesday This net Is after all harges Including depreciation, Interest and n^^'n, Iatler ' iMlleatally. Including 150 000.000 paid to the federal government After provision for dividends on (the company's preferred stock, the year's earnings equaled 58.56 a. share on '4,687*051 shares £ combined B alnd common stock inOHEK PRICES IN STEEL. atABKET ; Higher prices were reported In the eastern teel market Wednesday on bars, shapes elates and wire products The new levels »;ch are said to govern second quarter ales, -could not be" confirmed In tie OhJ- igo district According to an eastern report, bars napes and plates for second quarter dellv- ry wllj-be 1.65 .'cents a pound,, Chicago. arnGgle steel company was said to have amed· this price, .which is te quotaUon an- °f nc !1 l Mt DeceD1D =r tor the first quarter, ut ^vhlch apparently did not hold BULLS SET OUT TO GAIN CONTROL Selling Prompted b/ Cuts in Dividends Quickly Mopped Up. \ NEW YORK, March 12 UP--Selling prompted by adverse divided news was soon mopped up In today's stock ^market and bull leaders made cautious efforts to get things in han,d again The list slipped off 1 to 3 points in the first hour, but worked slowly higher thereafter. Trading was spiritless. Bears appeared already to have slipped away with their profits so the market_lacked a resilient cushion, of E(hort covering. Speculators for the rise again concentrated their efforts in some of the eastern utilities. Consolidated Gas, Public Service of New Jersey and United Gas Improvement rose 2 points or so Eastman and Ward Baking "A" gained as much, and Allied Chemical recovered 4 The American Tobacco issues, Liggett and Myers and Reynolds class "B" shares and Lonllard all mounted a point or so STOCKLIST Air: Reduc Allegheny 9H ·Al Ch; Dye 1E3 Allis Chal Mfg 36V, Ajn Can 122% Am Car Fdy 35 Am Coral -.-Al ' U Amr For Pow 455i Am Iritl 19lt 27 H Am Loco Am Pow * Am Had St San 20 Am Toll Mill 29V, Am Sm £ Ret 50" Ain Sug Ret 51 H k ' T - f t - T - , 186H Am Too B 120 ' Wat Columbia A-ctlvc. LAMSON BROTHERS GRAIN LETTER CHAIN OPEN CHICAGO, March CORN-Mar. .old. new. May .old: new, . . July Sept. WHEAT-Mar.: old. .. new. , . May old. new.. July Sept. . . OATS-r Mar. old. new -May. bid.... i , -. new. '.7 July ---- ... Sept. ....... UYE -- ' ; - , Mar. old... . - -. new. : . May old. .'.-. ;' new.. . July '..-.: ____ Sept. Close Yr. Ago. .74% .78* .SOU .80% .30 1 .59% .59% .62!4 .65 Vi Mar. ;. May. . July, . .10.17 ..10.40 ..12. 92 ..13.15 Close Yes'd'y. .6136 .62 «, .64 ?4 .65% .67 .60% .79% -SH4 .82% '.84 « .20 % ' .32 · .32% -40V4 V .41 ; '·".:.«% .42 « S.87 V : 8.02 9.07 11.25 s 11.30 Open Today, .62% .62% .64% .65% .67% 67 H .79 A -.79% .81*1 .83 .64% .30 .32^4 .32% .32% .32% -40% .4154 .42% 8.82 8.90 9.05 11.10 · . KOO PTJTCRES CHICAGO, March; 12. L-f)--Hog. futures: Bidding 58.20 for light hogs, S7.50 for mediums and 57.00 for heavies to arrive tomorrow: · . : · · : . ' · · · Offered. Bid. LIGHTS^- . - · April .0.00 8.00 May, ............. .8.75 . · · 8.50 Sept! ..;.....9.25 .. - 8.50 MEDIUMS-- ..8.00 ' 7.25 ,. · 8.25 March May, ...... HEAVJES-r- K a y - . . . . . . . 7.85 £.85 MISCELLANEOUS , MINNEAPOUtS BT.OUK MINNEAPOLIS, March 12. ( CJnchangeil, .Shipments 28,274. Bran 310.SO® 17.50; standard middlings' $16;00®17.00. .- .". . POTATO'MARKET · · CHICAGO/ March 12. (at--United States department'of agriculture-^ · . - Potatoes'70; on. track ^238; total U. S. shipments-^,773; . firm- on, Wisconsin, about steady on other stock; grading rather slow; sacked- per cwt.,- Wisconsin round ' whites J1.35®1.40:, re"w ,51.15©!.50; Minnesota round whites. *i.25@1.30:roccaslonal f an cy higher; Idaho - russets No. l, x $1.5U©1 60' fancy shade higher; No. 2, J1.25O1.30; Colorado McClures fancy $1.70^1.80, NEW YORK SUGAR. NEW ^YORK, March 12. L«--Raw sugar declined 1-16C lo 3.23c, Raw futures 1 polr.: net lower at midday. Refined unchanged at · ' May July ' ' · · v OMAHA GRAIN. · ' . - ' · ' OMAHA, March 12. upi-^wheat--Dark hard. No. 2, 71c; hard No. 1, 70We; No. 2, 70c; northern spring No. 2, 72c; durum, smutty No. 2, 64c; mixed No. 1, Tic. . Corn-^-Xellow No. .2; 55»4c; ,No. 3, 51® G4c; mixed No. 3, 51c; No. Oata-^Whlte No. '3,. 30K JMINJfEAPOLIS MiNNEAPpUS, .March ' 12. (/PI--Wlieat 150. - cars compared .to 135 a year ago un- changed.i Cash.No. '1 .northern 73HQi77Mc; No. 1 dart northern 12, 13, 14 and 15 per cent protein-74%®77%c; No. 1 dark hard Montana 14 per cent^proleln 73l4c; to ar- Jlve 70«@71J4c; No. 1 amber durum 70VIW 73V4c; No. 2 amber dunim-68Vt671 He; No. l:red durum 70%@73%c;'l*fo. 2 amber "dur- umfi8ii©71V4c;-No:- 1 red durum 63l4c; May \781Sc; July 69o; Septembet 63%c. .-Corn No. 3.yellow 51,4@54%r. Oats No. 3 white 27H®2754c. Barley 31@B2c. ''; nye No: 1, .34«,fe37%c. , Flax No. 1,".J1.56®1;6I. ..;. GRAIN MARKET REVIEW WHEAT-- Foreign news was again or construotlve character and there was nothln oeansn In the domestic It -was of the da but the market eeemcd oblivious of Intor maUon of all kinds and held within a nar 'STM U nB S-u f vel ro°l showed unexpected strength That market was affected by a sharp failing off in ex-ports from Argentina and by a better demand for parcels It was a i TM' Ude . cl .5 y ^"valence »t one of worst J, ^"".J 1 UlB season In Europe which had disrupted ; communication ana waa interfer -£.?'? J. w 2 neM ThB curr =»t delivery of wheat Is higher, not only at Liverpool and Buenos Aires, but In continental markets. Indicating a scarcity of immediate supplies Wnntpes was 'higher, reflecting fairly giSd export business There seenu to be oppoff . g n ,,, Sews CORN-- Declining l . tter ' ! fore the market will inspiration from foreign^ receipts of corn, with « in uie sample market, together with views of the supply and demand sit !,,,,., ."}'£?' * ou:!e3 ' save com a strong tone most of the session but lltUe wheat It 5i"£f neither progress on the upside nor underwent any decline of consequence. Bulges met orders on resUng orders.. The moderate advance occasioned by bullish statements on the forward situation was lost of prof," S5£f a T.1,';?~F U ?i" : tSje 0 we« e llrtfoH Aires current- deTlver^^r SSt SSg S,»m r ' "^ a ^ sult "-' ^canty supply and pjor quality of what is left of the old crop. See only a trading, market until development! lower a Dge of tr W-' Liverpool Columbia Graphophone waa again actively traded, rising about a point. Rubbers/-also firmed, U. S, and Goodyear each advancing more than a point. During the early selling, New York Central dropped 3 to a new low, and Lackawanna lost 6. Other shares getting down 2 to 3 included American Power and Light, Corn Products, Westinghotise Electric, Baltimore and Ohio, and By erg U S Steel sold off a point then recovered. With further adverse dividend news hanging over the market, bullish efforts were distinctly lacking in enthusiasm. ""· Dividend Cuts Expected. ' Further railroad dividend shaving is confidently expected. Westinghouse's annual report which included none' too cheerful comment- on th'e volume of business, did not inspire confidence m Its current dividend rate. ·* The national automobile chamber of commerce's report of motor v car output .was encouraging, saying March should 1 show a-gain of 50 per cent r over February. The.copper^market, after its recent^sag from 10% to 10 cents an ounce; interpreted rather bullisUy the !February statistics, and 10 cent metal soon disappeared, i Call money renewed at 1% per cent once more, and was In fair supply. Time money was nominally firmer, but extremely dull. Anaconda Arm of III B Atchlson All Ret A.uburn Aviat Corp B St X r Barnsdall A Bendlic Av Beth St Borden Borg Warn Brlggs Burr Add / Cal Hecla ' Can Dry I Can Pac Case Cerrb de Pasco Chcs O Chic Gt W Chic Gt W pfd C ft N W C R I 4. p Chrysler. Coca. Cola Col Fuel Ir Col. G B Col .Qrapho Coml Solv Comwlth So Congoleum Consol Gas Contl Can Contl Ins Contl Mot Corn :,Prod Ctidahy Curtlss Wr Deere pfd Drug Tnc Du .Pont Eastman El PoW i L ·Eng Pub Ser Brie Flak. Pox IJIm "A 1 " Freeport Tex / 71H 38 2 189 H 3SV, 8 14 1«!4 1214 21 25 ,» 1" Vi 80 '.i 5% '11% 63 73H 27% 1974 29' 9*. 35H .42 122 40% 21% Genl Gen Foods Gen Motors Gen Pub-Ser Slllette .Gob el Gold Dual Goodrich Goodyear -' ^ Gralu Paige Granby Gt No Ry pfd Gt W Sugar Hahn Houston Hudson Hupp ~ tnt Comb Ene InU Har lot Nick Can I T 4 T Johns Manv Kelvlnator Kehnecott Kresge: Kroger EW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK. March 12 Final Quotation?. Lehlgh Port C -1» Llgg. My B SSV, Loew's 564s loose Wiles 52 % Lorlllard · -17% Louts G 4 E A 33 Mack . . 40V! Math Alkali May D S Maytag McK 4 Rob Mex Sea Oil- Mid Cont Oil M K T- Mont Ward Mot Wheel Nash - Ns,t Bis Nat Ch Reg A Nat Dairy Nat- Lead Nat Povt 4 ] Nat Tea N Y bentral N Y N H 4 E( 89'4 Nor 4 W 201 No Am ssv. No Pac Oliver F Pac G E Packard Pafa Pub Fathe Penlck Penn Phil Pet Pills .Fl Proc. (3am Pub Serv N N J Pullman Radio Rad:K O Rem Rand Reo Rep SU Rey Tob B Roy Dutch St L San F. Bears R Shell U Simmons' Sinclair Skelly So Pac So.Pr Sug So Rail Stand Bros St G £ St OH Cal St Oil N J St Oil N J Y Stew Warn Stona Web Stuile Tex Corp Tex Gulf Sul Tim Roll B Union Caib Un · Pac Unit Alrc Unit Corp Unit G E U S Ind Ale U . S . Rub U S Smelt U S Steel Ut P - Lgt A. 38 61 23 H ,162 26 ii 19V, I 5% 50 Ti 4*4 81% 47% 5 21^ -,73 H, 168 56 H 48 31 63 5H4 10 2 Ford 43U 58% 90 FUNERAL RITES TO BE SATURDAY Mr*: Henry F. Bluhm, Dies · at Iowa City Hospital; 111 Two Weeks. . Funeral services for Mrs. Clara Lantz Bluhm, 1223 President avenue northwest,' who died at an Iowa City hospital Wednesday, will be held at her home at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon and at 2-30 o'clock Satur- of day afternoon at the Church Chriat The Rev Dean Haggard wiJl he in charge. Burfalwill bo at Me- monal Part?. The body will lie in ·state at the Patterson Funeral home until Friday evening when it wil! be taken to the, home, MrsVBfuhm was horn Dee. £, 1885 at Nora Springs. She had been in failing health for the past six months and had been in the hospital two weeks. She is surviyed by her husband Henry F. Bluhm, her father, George W. Lantz, ' who lived with her, a daughter, Grace Ann, 18 months oTd, three brothers, Ray Lantz, 725 Delaware avenue northeast; .Charles' Lantz, 734 Birch drive; Henry 308 -Sixth street southwest; three step-sons', J| hvard Bluhm, at home; Otho Bluhm, Muskegan Mich.; Bentbn Bluhm, in , the ' ma rmes, a step -daughter, Mrs Nor Callahan, Austin, Minn , and. a sis 2034 ter, Mrs. Simonsenj.Janesville. 36% 50 H 53 H 2054 32 K 8% 19 15 SH 20% 49% 374 38 H 18-K 8'is 10U4 11 52 19 'A ' S4 45H 45 Vi 22 H 20 V% 23 31 52V, 52 W 21% U W. 2% 55 « 18 34% 73 13 TJ 28 27-. 31V4 Vanadium Wabash Ward Bak A Warn Plx W Mary West Air West E Mfg Willys Ov Woolworth i Wricley Yell Tr Young S .W 6GW 389V, 33 Vi 28 % 35% 68 Ta 18 24 143 U 2914 6754 17 28« 13 15% 34 ·/, SOY: OK 60 78=, 13Vi Curb Market bring due PRODUCE · MASON .CITY, March 12.-Cash Quotations by E. Q. Morse; EGGS Eggs {current receipts)' .J7 C POULTRY Stags Heavy. hens,-4% -ibs. ".'. ·Light hens .'............. Old cqcks; heavy"-. ', Ducks .·../. ...;.'" Geese :.." SODTH ST. PABI. LIVESTOCK. 8OUTH ST.' PAUL, March 12. un--V. 8. d«p»rment of agrtculture-;- " : TATTUE3 1,800; slow; buyers, resisting efforts toward an advance; spots' stronger on sjnmU killer and shipper account*; part loads nixed, yearlings held, around S9; best matured steers held around JS.SO;' bulk ordinary short feds salable $7.75 floj?n;-beel eow* largely, *45?5; butcher Heifers J5.2.ifl: «.50;' -cutters |3@3.50; strong weights to U.TS; weighty medium grade hulls large); $3.7Q@4; feeders and stackers In light sup ply, fairly active; desirable light Strieker* W.25SJ-8.60; few to $7 tai$ bslter. Calv» 1,700; vealers steady; food grades $6; *-hotcf offerings t o JS.50. , l « i , ; _ . WOflS 8,000; fairly acUve; r fully steady to I Quotations Furnished by Wolf BrbS. . ' . KANSAS CITV GRAIN.' "KANSAS CITT, March 12. ml -- Wneat lid cars; unchanged- to %c higher; No. 2 dark hard nominal 70@73c; No. 3 nominally 69®71ilcrNo. 2 hard 70@70Hc; No. 3, 69@70c; No. 2 red nominally 72®73c; No. 3 nominally 70®72c. · . . . Com 17 cars; unchanged to lo higher: No.-2 white nominally -57@SSc; No. 3, S5c; No. 2 yellow nominally B7@B8c; No. 3, 3, c; No. 2 mixed nominally S3@54c; No. · Oats 2 cars; !up Me; No. 2 white 33c; ; nominally 31% @33c. t Rye--Nominally 42'.4Sf43c. . Barley--Nominally · 39T4ig)42'i/4c.-" No. HAY MARKET. CHICAGO, March 12. wv-Hay 13 cars unchanged. TOLEDO SEEDS. TOLEDO, March 12. LTj--Clover seed cash March JU.75. HIDES la spot* ID-ISO higher thin Bednesdky's t^wrace; .strength mostly on ntttchprs; bcl- t^r.crade JM-230 Ih.'weiirhU montly J7.2»5f ,7.50; top «7.5fl; 230-350 Ib. averages large- tf te.KiGii.25; very ntue «t te.is down, 80S Filth Street Southwest. Horse hides $1.50-$2.00 Cured beef hides 4i/, c Green beef hides Farmer Near Dows / Recovering After Shooting Himself DOWS, March 12.--Floyd Boy ing- ton, 32; farmer living four miles southwest of here, la recovering from a self Inflicted wound received Thursday night. His wife and others were present when he wounded himself. He had threatened to attempt suicide before. The bullet penetrated his left lung and went within half an inch of his heart. Merchants Quotations. in trade ......... · Eggs, cash .. .......'.'.'. Butter/Plymouth Butter,, Clear- Lake ...'.''.'.'.'. Butter, State" Brand . .* Butter, dairy '" .13c -lie .lie . 9e .12c . 7c .18c .16c .35c .32c .'34c ..28c Potatoes . .35c and 40c" 'a 'peck (CO score CHIOAGO PKODDCB h 12- OT-- Butler 5,005- 30c; _. * 2,r°- r |ffl C ?o!i U) 30cr Mtra f!rsLl (80- "secon? Ursts · (88-89 score) NEW YORK, Marcn 12. LT"--The curb market surrendered to dullneia today. Professional traders tried, .their hands at both -sides, with little success,' and changes In all hut a few miscellaneous Issues were small. Oils were- rather conspicuously - heavy Vacuum, whose S* annual dividend rate la believed to have been amply covered last year, appeared on the tape Infrequently, but at., declining prices. Humble weakened a couple of points to.a new low for tne year. GulC also eased'out Cities Service was steadier.'... . , . Resistance shown by the utilities In some of the week's bear Belling continued In evidence and price .levels were scarcely · disturbed. Bond and Share- dipped a point In the early trading but then' hardened. Crocker Wheeler was active for a time In the Industrial division. Motors were featureless. Aluminum of America sagged.' Investment trusts dragged. United Founders dipped .under 9 but the-supply, dried up. Call money renewed on the curb at 2 per cent. , \ Bond Market FUTURES. CHICA-GO. March 12.. W»_E BE closed: Storage packed firsts, Mari futures T BU ", eDr ,, " Uure3 c'wed: Jfresh standards June 28Hc; storage standards, March 28V, CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO, March 12. [JV-- Poultry-- Alive " ka; " " i tov* 23«®25«c; broil- , broil ers 154-2 pounds 35c;, roosters 15!4c; tur. keys 25c; ducks 23 C; geese .lc. KANSAS CIT¥ PRODUCE. KANSAS C1TT, . March 12. J5.40. Other produce unchanged, VORK f , . . - . 30, , firm; mixed colors regular packe closely selected heavy 25V102S14C- extras - - c: rs 22«c; seconds 2ijp22c; medium firsts 2oy,c- refrigerator seconds lS0194c; medium flrsta ie@18c; nearby hennery brown, reff- eilra firSt Congress had gone home and we hope for its own'peace of mind it won't apend the next few weeks eading what the newspapers thot bout it.--Exchange. Nearby and nearby western her.nery white closely selected extra 26H®28c; do. average extra 2414S?25c;, nearby white medium* 22«i!'23c; extra first 264?-27i4c. Butler lo;«84;. .steady. Creamery nfgher than extra 28V4S30c; extra (02 score) 29c' first 27@28«c. Cheese 142,850; steady. POULTRY. h 12. on--Poultry, broilers by express NEW NEW YORK, March dressed, steady. Poultry--Live steady; 303 37c; by freight 32c. NEW YORK, March 12. (/P|--Trading In bonds was marked . today by an. Irregular price . trend and ' a curtailed volume. ,-· r Hallroad Issues enjoyed the greatest groi;n activity buf the: Majority of the changes 1 among them -were. declines. St. Louis Son Francisco 4 Via of 1978 loot more than 1 point at one time. Chicago and Northwestern 4y ( s of 1D49 dropped, several points on early sales. Southern 4s of 1056 and Ne^v York, Chicago and St. Louis 4ts of 1078 were lower. Pennsylvania General 4V4s anl series '-D 4%», and Union Pacific first 4s strenguiened. Weakness in leading rail atomics was * reflected by the losses among: the-bonds. ' . - - . Activity among Industrial obligations .was concentrated' among a few Issues. Armour 4Ks, American Smelttng 5s and Bethlehem Steel Debenture. Ss made varying declines. Standard Oil of New York i'/is were firm. The trend In - nubile utilities was also mixed. Postal -Telegraph 5s and American Telephone 5s of\19SO lost ground; Columbia Gas and Electric 5s, International,Telephone Debenture 5s and Western Union-5s .were firm to higher on a few sales. 'Warner Brothers Pictures 6s and Loews Ss made sharp gains as the respective stocks strengthened. Atchlson 4%s -of 19J8 anil Philadelphia Coal,and Iron 63 eased, off. CHICAGO STOCKS. CHICAGO, March 12. .Cent Pub Ber A 1914 Midland Un pf 4291 Cities Service ~ " · Gont'^CUIo "ctfi Gr- akes Alrc GrlgEby-Giuaow Insull Ut Inv Katz Drug Rell Switch 46 24 Rath Pack Btelnlte % Swift Co 29VJ - . Swift Intl 38W Ubby McNeil.x 11% .Unit Gas 10ii Majestic H'hold 5 % V U . 8 Gypsum 43% Mid-west Util' 24 UU1 ft ina 8% M-W U 6 pfd 100 Zenith 4»,4 SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF STOCK QUOTATIONS Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck Building. Telephone No. 7 NEW YORK STOCKS Ab Pr Pr 11% , Kelv Corp Am Bk Nte 57% ~ - - Am Cr F 35, Am Metal 21 Am Sum Tb 9 Am Tob 118% Ar Co B ! 1% As Dry Gds 26 -Baldwin Lo 24% Briggs Mfg 20%/Oil Co 9 Best . Co 40% Purity Bak 49 Bush Term 27 ~ ~ 13% Lambert Co 84 Ijiq^Carb Cp 51% ,Louis Oil 4- tlathie Alk 26M, McKs Rb 14 Nev Con Cp 13 Pathe Ex 2 Pillsby Fir 34. But Cp Zc 2 Calif Pack 44% Com Sol , Cont Mtrs Cont Oil '-. \ 9% Crm of Wht 33 Cudy Pack 47% Curts Wrigt 7 Reo Grnd OU.7M, Reo Motors £% Sch Re Strs 6^i So Cal.Edi 51% 4% StanQ Brnd 19% Telau Corp 21 .Tohac Prod 2% U S R I 32% Vanadium 67% David Chem 18% Wabash Ry 17 Fish Rub % West Myld . 15% CLOSINO BOND QUOTATIONS. NEW YORK, March 12. urt--United States government bonds closed: First 4 Vis 102.23. . Fourth 4U"s 103.26.' Treasury 4'is 112.1. , CARRIERS DEFEAT JUNIORS 19-18 Due largely to the accurate shooting of Olson, the Globe-Gazette carriers defeated the Church of Christ juniors 5n a 19 to. 18 cage''battle that-went for one period overtime. The game was scheduled , as the preliminary tilt of the.closing session of Sunday School basketball at the Y. M .C. A. gymnasium Wednesday night. ' · i , The main go, between the Jewish A. Z. A.'s and the Church of Christ team, was postponed because. of sickness .of. one of the players. Hersy Choc 94 Hust OU nw 11% Wrig Jr Co 78% NEW YORK CURB QUOTATIONS A For P Co 26% Humb Oil 55% ! A Gas El 79%" Niag Hud 15 Am Sup Pw 17% NidesB-Pnd 20J ArkNtGasA ,5%, ,N Arn Aviat 8'/l ,Asc GE1 A 22% Can Marconi 3% ConsAutMde % Deforest Rd 5% Duraht Mot$ 2 ElMd Sh 55% rjennroad Cp 7 S O Ind 317s ·S O Ky · 22% Transcnt AT 5V Unit Gas 10% Un LP A 32% U, C, T, ELECTS 193V OFFICERS Organization Is Among Fou in State to Show an Increase. ^ The Mason City Council 107 of th United Commercial (Travelers -o America was one of the four coun cUs in Iowa to shdw v an increase thi year. A gain of seven members was registered here. Officers for the coming year were elected at a recent meeting here The new officers are: C F. Hitch qock, senior''counselor; Glen L..Wan namaker, junior counselor; Joe W Mackett, past counselor; W. G Stone, conductor';,"John M. Ba'rber page; W. H. Steinbrenher, sentinal E. H. Schulze, Chaplin; Frank B Balkam, secretary arid treasurer'. The executive committee consists of: (Two years) Fred C. Eslick, Abe DeVoe; (one year) E. K. Howe, H M. Kniidsom Dr. 'J. E.'Marek was appointed as physician. Delegates and alternates to the -grand courier in-Des Molnes June 4, 5, 6, are: Firsl delegate, 1 Roy V. Harris;: second del~ jega^i -Ipe^W. Mackettj first alternate, Irving Cufliss*, se"c6naTt alternate, J. M. Robertson. Frank S Hansoa will also go to Des Moines as a member of the Grand Auditing committee. Frank B.SBalkam will also attend as the state secretary and treasurer. Earl K. Howe completed six years in 'the executive committee and had the honorary title of past senior counselor conferred upon him. ' A speciaj meeting of the organization is to be held at the P. G. E auditorium Saturday, March 28 at 8 o'clock in the evening. Newsies Gather at , Y.M.CA.iorParty Members of tEe Globe-Gazette newsies club gathered Wednesday night in the Y. M. C. A. for eriter- tainmentr-coriaisting of 'indoor golf, ; mo vies and swimming:'The Globe- Gazette basketball team played a team from the'Church of Christ and won in ari overtime 1 period -by a score of 19to 18. . Hi-Y Club Listens \ to Talk by Pasnau C. O. Pasnau addressed members of, the Hi-Y club Wednesday night at the Y. M..C. A; on the subject, of "Number Please in 18 Different Languages." He' was assisted, by W. M. Bushgens. Stuart Kelsey led the devotions. Bob Pauley, president of the club, -announced that basketball practices would be held each Wednesday, night at 6:30 o'clock. Bob Rankin will lead devotions next week. . . . DIetz was the 'outstanding of the Junior team in the Wednesday night. star FordMoCan 27% TJSDairyPA 60 FordMoEng 17% Util B L 12% Pox Thea A .'4% Vacuum Oil 54% HudBMC' ' 5% ' , . ' . - · ' '· CHICAGO STOCKS AIHedMpInd 3 Grigaby 'G . '6 Aub AutCo 187% Keys'neSW '10% BendxAviCp 31% Mun Geer, A 2% Borg W Cp 27% Yuak Oats 163 Butler Bros 6% Unit Corp 7% Cont Chg Cp 8% U S.Gpam 43% Chgo Invest' »% Util In Cp 8% Cord Co 10 US R Tel 30% GtLkesAIrct -4% ,, MINNEAPOUC STOCK 'FstBkStkCp 22% MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MARKET CASH SALES ,. · · Flax 154-159% Didn't Talk Whole Day. ROCHESTER, N. Y., March 12. (UP)--Ralph' H. ' Culley started speaking with hia brother, Dr. Edgar W. Culley, over the telephone at 10:30 a. ,m. Monday. When the conversation was finished Dr. Culley told him it was 1:40 a. m. Tuesday but--they didn't talk J.4 hours. Dr.- Culley was callingxfrom Melbourne, MAD LAUGHTER A Thrilling. Myste'ry : Story By MILES BUKTON (C^ntlnned From Comle Pace). v Hall. However, if you would rather I remained on the spot, I can put that off.!' · v . . . · ' _ Sir Edric hesitated. "No,"'ha said at last; "I think, on the whole, that you. had better go. You can't get into/ mischief there, at all events. I'll tell Pollard, and he can take what measures he thinks fit " -(TO BE CONTINUED) The Constitution distinctly says that the chief executive must be" who couldn't work' a ninth grade .in the rumor that Capone'Was born in Italy.--Kessingcr's Review.'- ' Renew Your Pep Change weakness into amazing vigor and vitality. For men and women. Get that real pep that attracts the opposite sex. Results from these new VTTALEX antly surprise Tablets will pleas- you. Money back game Australia. The colt, of the call was | giarante^Xt Brady D?ug Co I* 45 - . . / (No. Federal. Phone 198. " FUNERAL RITES TO BE SATURDAY W. P. Henderson, Civil War Veteran, Dies Follewing Month's Illness. W. P.i, Henderson, 87 years old, \ a Civil jwar Veteran, died at th9 home,of J. H. Thraves, 10 Eleventh" street northwest, Thursday morning. Mrs. [Thraves was, a couSin of Mrs Henderson and since her death Mr. Henderson harTmade his horns with tha Yamlly. Mr.-Henderson was born in September, ifjii, in Indiana. On Oct. 19,11875, he'and Sarah Mayno were married. A^Jhat time he was conductor on- the Iowa Central railroad. For several years he,was bailiff of the district court of this county. He had been in comparatively good health, until a month ago'when he became ill - and was taken to a local hospital. He returned to hla Home about a week ago. A sister living in Grand Rapids survives him. Funeral .services will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday, afternoon at the Randall funeral "home; The Rev. William H. Spence, pastor of. the First Methodist church,'will be in charge. Funeral Services for i IVjfrs. Sweiger Will be Held Friday Morning .Funeral--services for Mrs. Anna Glass Swjiger, 605 Delaware avenue northeast, will be held at 9 o'clock Friday forenoon at the Holy Family Catholic church. The Rev R P. Murphy will he in charge. Burial will be at St. Joseph's cemetery , Pallhearers will he Henry Cahill, William Gleaso'n, F. A Tracy, Dan Sullivan, Hugh Davey and Charles Brady. Mr^ Sweiger, a pioneer resident of the city, died at her home Wednesday morning. She:had been an invalid several years. . Just Ten Days --Eczema Gone When the skin itches and Eczema drives you mad, .just bathe the parts nig-ht arid morning: with antiseptic Moone's Emerald Oil. Get a bottle'for 85 cents at Huxtable Drug Co, Michael Drug Co 01 any progressive druggist arid apply after reading the directions If the itching hasn't entirely ceased in ten days you can have your money hack. its speedy marvelous than; PLEASANT RELIEF ROM CONSTIPATION Shoulders droop under weight of -years. Young, yet beauty has fled. Cheeks are sallow: and drawn. Unsightly pimples. Keep your system clean .and. you keep the beauty of youth. Its energy. Jts Irresistible harm. Then life is not a failure. Clogged bowels, and inactive liver cause poisons to seep thru the system. Health vanished- and .with it oeautyr and energy*. Cr. Edwards 3Hve Tablets will ·' help save you from this dark hour. For 20 years :hey have been prescribed in place )f calomel to men and women seek- ng health and freedom from consti- latlon. The^ act easily^d smooth- y. No dangerous ' griping. Take nightly, before retiring. Results will amaze you. Thousands of men and women would never be-without , Dr. Ec 1 - vards Olive Tafileta, a vegetable compound. Know them by their ilive color. 15c, 30c and' 60c. All druggists. ; . Hefe'isa Remarkable Value in PLATES (Artificial Teeth) These plates ure made of "Corn- In gs? .beautiful brown base and "Comings" -natural pink gnrns. The teeth use3 on this plate arc the famous "Nickle Pin" teeth ~a very fine looking and n very strong /tooth. This makes a very good plate and one that we can and will stand back of. ONE DAY SERVICE CRAVENS EXCLUSIVE PLATE SHOPPES 18 1st St. S. E. Mason City. 306 8th St. 408 Locust DCS Molnes I

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