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- ··' TWENTY-FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. MARCH 11 B| 1937 SWINE MARKET GENERALLY HIGHER PRICES STRONG TO DIME BETTER Losses of Past Two Days [ Partly Regained Due to Lighter Receipts. CHICAGO, (/P)--The hog market was generally higher Thursday, .with prices strong to 10 cents above Wednesday's average. The top .was $10.25. Losses of the last ', two days were recovered some- t what, due to lighter receipt, with | Thursday's run 3,000 below the t estimate. * I The general trade in cattle wa; \ steady despite .plain quality ii (i most killing offerings. Shipper; J had but-a'slight demand for Thurs* day's run. The top for best steerL f t available was only'$13.35, there i being no choice cattle available to j! sell at the nominal $15 peak. . ·i Early trade in lambms was 1 slow, but most choice handy| weights were held around Wed| r.esday.'s level, with $12.25 asked I for some. Few early sales rose $j above $12.00. Local Livestock MASN CITY--For Thursda IIOGS Good light'lights ... 140-150. $ 7.25-1.55 Good light liehls ... 150-100 5 7.75- 8.05 Good lights . ....100-170 $8.45-0.75 Good lights .....:... 170-180 , S 8.90- 9.20 Good light butchers 1BO-200 $ 9,20- 0.50 Good light butchers 200-220 S 3.40- 9.10 Good me. wt. butch. 220-250 S' 9.40- 0.10 Good me. wt. butch. 250-270 $ 9.40- 0.10 Good me. wt. butch. 270-230 S 3.40- 0.70 Good heavy butchers 290-325 S 9.30- 9.60 Good heavy butchers 325-350 S 9.20- 9.50 Good heavy butchets 350-400 $ 0.05- 9.35 Good packing sows . 275-350 $ 8.95- 3 25 Good heavy sows ... 350-425 S 8.75- 8.05 Good big heavy sows 425-500 S 8.55- 8.85 Good big heavy sows 500-550 5 8.35- 0.65 (The above is a 10:30 truck hog m a r k * lor Eood and choice hogs. The diHerene In price Is for short and long haul hogs CATTLE Choice to prime steers ·.. Good to choice steers .. Fair to good steers Low grade steers Choice to prime yearlings Good to choice yearlings VJOUU IU UtUlm J-wutll'l Fair to good yearlings.'. Common to fair yearlings $10.00-11.50 $ 8.00-10.00 S G.OO-.8.00 5 4.00- 0.00 $ 9.00-10.00 S 7.00- 9.00 S "5.00- 7.00 S 4.00- 5.00 S 7.00- 9.00 S 5.00- 7.00 $ 3.50- 5.00 5.00- G.OO $ 4.50- 5,00 $ 3.50- 4.25 S 3.50- 4.00 S 3.00- 3.50 5 2.75- 3.00 S 2.50- 2.75 S 4.50- 5.50 $ 4.00 kominu(i m tiiii J U U L I U Good to choice heifers Fair to good heifers ... Common to [air hellers Choice to prime cows Good to choice cows . Pair to good cows Fair to good cutters .. Common lo fair cutters Fair to good canncrs . Common to fair canncrs Good to choice bulls .. Light bulls S 4.00 Calves, gd. to choice 130-100 S 5.50-7.50 Calves, med. to good 130-100 S 4.00- 6.50 Calves, Infer, to gd. 130-130 5 4.00 d'wn LAMBS Lambs, Ed. to choice 70-90 S 7.25-10.50 Lambs, med.' lo good 70-90 S 8.25- 9,25 Lambs, fr. to medium' 70-90 $ 5.25- 8.25 Lambs, common S 5.25 d'wn Yearlings, gd. to ch- 70-90, S S.Ofl- 6.00 yearlings, medium lo good S 4.00- 5,00 Yearlings, fair to medium 3 3.00- 4.00 Yearlings, culls S 2.00- 2.50 Native ewes, good, to choice $ 2.00- 4.00 Culls, ewes S 1.00-1.50 Bucks :..-. · S l.oo- 2.00 Wethers, 2 year oldj 5 5.00- 6.00 .Wethers, old .'···· I 3.00- 5.00 Buck lambs $1 lows. ' . · No dock on lambs. Quotations subject to market fluctuations. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. (Thursday market) CHICAGO, «P|--V. S. department of agriculture-- : ' HOGS 13.000; including 4,000 direct: market generally strong to lOe higher than Wednesday's average; light lights and pigs up more in instances;, salable supply pigs comparatively small; packing sows sharing advance; top $10.25; bulk good and choice'200 io 300 Jb. average. 510@iO.2Q; few good and choice 150 to 190 Ibs. $9.500.10.10: 90 lo 130 Ib. pigs mostly $7Si8.25; packing sows largely $9.35G9.65. CATTLE 5,000: calves 1,500; general trade steady; killing quality very plain; shippers demand narrow but comparatively little In run; largely S8.50®u.50 steer trade; she stock scarce; best slccrs $13.35; odd lots 513.50;.stockers and feeders firm; kilters taking practically everything;; Ihln stackers S0.50r?7.25; meaty offerings up to $9 and better; most heifers 57010; common and medium grade heifers and common (trade beef cows active; strong weight cutter 'cows selling up to S5.50: outside on" weighty sausage bulls $6.65; light· vcalers S89; selects up to $10.10. SHEEP 11,000; Including no direct; fat lambs trade slow; Indications steady or around S12.25 for choice handywelghts; early sales confined mostly to odd lots natives at $11.50(912; throwouls mostly $10(^10.50; stock sheep scarce, unevenly higher: light choice handywcight ewes ?G.50@7. SOUT ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK. (Thursday Market) SOUTH ST.'PAUL, OT--U. S. department-- · . , . . CATTLE 2.800: all killing classes ifair- ly active; steady, to strong; bulk; fed steers and yearlings .medium to good grades-going at ?niR0.50; a few at $10;- stricaly good weighty steers held above Sll; two loads prime 1-447 Ib. steers Wednesday $14.35; load today 787 Ib. heifers 58.75; plain and medium grades 56fi8; good fed cows $5^6; low cutters and cutters S3.75S4.75; medium and good bulls S5.SOfflG.25; stockers scarce, about steady; calves 2.000: steady; good to choice ?7S?8; choice 150 to 200 Ibs. $8.30; few at $9. : : HOGS 6,000: opening steady to Re higher: shipper demand Improved; pood to choice 190 to 301) Ibs. S9.75«9.90; top $9.90; 17ft to 190 Ibs. $9.5067.9.80; 150 to 170 Ibs. S9W9.70: 120 to 145 "Ibs. $8.2SrS 9; good sows 59.40 down: average cost Wednesday $9.67; weight 204 Ibs. SEEP . 2,500: run' largely slaughter lambs;'Other indications about steady, on all classes: good to choice lambs Wednesday S1I.50(I?12; three loads slriclly choice 102 11, averages at outside: medium to good ewes Wednesday $5fiG.5Q. SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK. (Thursday Sfarket) SIOUX CITY, (/PI--U. S. department of agriculture-- ' · · CATTLE 2,000; calves 200; slaughter steers and yearlings and she stock fairly active; strong; quality largely plain; stackers and .feeders scarce, fully steady; small lots fed yearlings up -to $11.25; prime beeves absent and quoted above £13.75; numerous sales short feds S7.25ffi n.50; few heifers around SS.50; choice heavy of/erfnes auotcd up to $11.50; most ' beef COWS S5f[?6.7f;. few around $7.23: cutter Grades $3.75^4.50: few common and medium stocker steers Sii^R.25: small lots good offerings nround S7.25W7.50; current stocker and feed cattle quotations: Steers 550 to 800 Ibs. good and choice $6.50tf?8.75: common and medium J4.75B6.50; .800 to 1,050 Ib. pood and choice $G.50fft9: common and medium S5fJ 6,50; heifers good and choice S5.50{?7; common and medium t4.50ff?.'i.?jfl; cows (rood S4.25K4.75; common and medium xn.75tfV4.25.; calves fstr-er) Rood and choice JG.5nW8.75; medium $-CrT6.50. ITOOS 2,300: moderately active, 10-15c higher: top $10 to traders:- nackcrs bidding S9.05 for choice nround Z75 Ih. butchers: hulk 190 to .125 Ib. butchers S9.75ifii s.no; ISO to inn ibs. S9.4nf?n.7;i: 140 lo ifln Ibp. RH.50^9.40: sows K9.41;1 fin- feeder pins $6«f8;'slags'.largely $9iS9.5t, , SHEEP 1,501V tat lambs opened strong to 15c higher: early sales choice fed wooled skJB« np.»o jn.05; slaughter ewes ; GOVERNMENT BOND PRICES MONTHLY AVERAGES OF DAILY FIGURES BOURCt- f f M R H . RESERVE BOARD.' IMCIXIKS ONLY ISSUES DUE Cfl CALLABLE AFTER · TCARS no I . I . . 1 . . I , . l l l l , . l . . l . . » . , , , . l . . l , .1 1 . . I . . I , , 1 1 . 1 I , , 1 . 1 1 . 1 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 Hog Markets MIDWEST HOGS Hog prices at midwest markets Thursday: . · WATERLOO--Hogs steady to 5 cents higher. Good to choice 140-150 Ibs. $7.45 (87.75; 150-160 Ibs. ?7.95®8.25; 1GO-170 Ibs. SB.55®8.55; 170-1BO Ibs. 59.1069.40; 180200 Ibs. $9.40®9.70: 200-290 Ibs. $9.50® 0.80; 230-325 Ibs. $9.40@3.70; 325-350 Ibs, 59.300 9.GO; packing sows 275-350 Ibs. $9 $19.30; 350-423 Ibs. S8.B5i29.15; 425-550 Ibs. SB.70«9. CEUAB RAl'IDS--Good hogs 140 to ISO Ibs. 57.45«j7,75; 150 to 160 IPS. $7.95(06.23; 160 to 170 Ibs. $3.45@8.75; 170 to 1* Ibs. S8.45@8.75; no to. 180 Ibs. S9.05@9.35- 180 to 200 Ibs. S9.40S19.70; 200 to 325 Ibs. 59.50 G9-80; 325 to 350 Ibs. $9.35«J9.65; good packers 275 to 350 Ibs. S9®9.30; 350 to 423 Ibs. 58.85S9.15; 425 to 500 Ibs. 58.70® 7;.500 to 550 Ibs. 5a,55@8.85. AUSTIN--Hoes steady to 5c higher; good to choice IRQ to 200 Ibs. $9.'«fit9.70; 200 to 290 Ibs. 59.55S?9.85; 2SO to 325 Ibs. 59.45irj9.75; 325 to 350 Ibs. $9.35®9.6o; packing sows good 275 lo 550 Ibs. S8.S5® 9.45. . COMBINED HOG RECEIPTS DES MOINES, (IP)--U. S. department of Igrlculture-- Combined hog receipts at 22 concentration yards and 9 packing plants located in interior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m., Thursday were 16.700 compared with 24,000 a week ago and 15.200 a year ago. · · Steady to mostly 5c higher; undertone fairly active, loadings indicated some lighter. Quotations follow: Light lights 140 to 160 Ibs. good and choice S7.85fi8.85; light weights 1BO lo 180 lbs. : E8.BOO 9.50; 180 to 200 Ibs. $9.50/I9,S5; medium weights 200 to 220 Ibs. SO.60elO.05; 220 to .250 Ibs. 49.GO@ 10.05; heavy weights 250 to 230 Ibs. 59.60JJ10.05; 290 lo 350 Ibs. $9.SO(iZ9.D5; packing sows 275 to 350 Ibs. good $9.15fi B.45;. 350 to 425 Ibs. ?9®9.35; 425 to \WO bs. 58,8039.15. and best fed \veslems cniotablc around S7.25; feeders scarce, three . decks 83 Ib. fat lambs bought f o arrive $11.35. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. (Thursday Market) OMAHA, (fl 1 )--tT. S. department of agriculture-- HOGS 4,000; 10-15c higher; lop S10; ISO to 325 Ibs. S9.85©10; 160 to 180 Ibs. $9.40®9.85; HO to 160 Ibs. 5B.75®9.«; pigs f7'i;E.75: sows SD.SaGSO.SO. CATTLE 2,500; calves 400; steady to 25c higher; steers S6.25fi£14.75; heifers SGffi 11.75; cows $5K8; cutters S3.50®5; bulls $5.50ff6.50; select vealers S9.50. SHEEP 4,500; lambs steady; asking stronger; S11.50fS11.85; best held above S12. i . . KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK (Thursday M»rket KANSAS CITY, «P)--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 1,000; no dlreels; fairly active; slrong to lOc higher than Wednesday's average; , lop 510.10; good to choice 200 to 300 Ibs. SIOfillO.10: 170 to 130 Ibs. S9.65ralO: 1*0'to ICO .Ibs. $8.85*89.60; sows 39.10?T9.50: stock pigs scarce. CATTLE 1.800: calves ,500; fed slecrs and yearlings fftlrly active; steady to strong; spots 105?15c higher; quality somewhat improved; other killing classes comparatively scarce; fully steady: stockers and feeders /inn; three loads good 1161 Ib. fed steers $H.=0; four loads around 1300 Ib. Colorados S11.25: best Ichtwelght steers $11; 'bulk short feds idling upward from $8.75; short load mixed yearlings $9; butcher heifers S5.25 ; butcher cows S5R6.50:' good to choice vealers S7.50ff3; few 59.50. SHEEP 3,000; lambs generally strong o I5c higher: spots up more; sheep itrong; top fed lambs Sll.85; most sales ril-.8S0lz.85: fall shorn $10; odd lots laughter ewes S7. LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO. tlp-- Official estimated re- :eipts for Friday: Cattle 1,500; hogs 10.00; sheep 7.000. Representative Sales (Thursday Jfarktl) CHICAGO, (A 1 )--U. S. department of ErlculUire--Representative sales: HOGS. Heavy-- ILlghls-- 3 . 343 10.05183 109 10.20 12 328 J0.10J7H 1«7 10.10 33 282 10.15103 174 0.8- r i 10 251 10.20:81 1B.T 3.65 Medium-- ILlcht LtKlHst-- 18 24t 10.2597 1S3 0.50 3 228 10.25|99 14$ fl.25 TO 21(i 10.25 17 201 10.201 · i . CATTLE, leers--. | Heifers-1312 14.0t)| 24 a.15 10.7S 1316' 145S 13.25] 20 G 1070 12.00117 B 912 11.75|22 912 9.75 RIO 9.Oft 'tVK B.25 B03 7.65 120B 11.2S|Cow: 1045 10.SOJ3 IfllO 7.75 0 1112 9,50|4 . , 1222 8.3ft |S 1114 5.25 \4 326 4.75 |fi 839 4.00 SHEEP. Color-ados^- |Fed Westerns-5 0 " - 92 12.231435 01,. 12.25 40 m 12.151672 BB 12.15 95 00 12.001227 . 94 12.10 20 SO 11.83|217 97 12.00 )233 88 11.83 |i24 ' 90 11.15 INVESTMENT TJIDSTS Hy The Associated Press, fniif and Asked T h u r 5 l a ? ) -orp Tr Sh I . . . .. .l.lfi Corp Tr Sh A A Mod 3.05 p Tr Sh Accum Scr 3.02 f Corp Tr Accum Ser Mod 3.05 dividend Sh 2.21 faryhind Fund 10.91 Nationwide Sec ...;....,. 5.05 Nationwide Sec Vtc .... '238 Nor Amer Tr Sh : ..,. 2.92 Nor Amcr Tr Sh ' 3.8.1 larterly Inc Sh ......'..,: 19.80 elected Am SQh Inc '..,. 16.fi! upor Corp Am Tr A · . . " 4.63 U S El I, P A .: 19.373 U S El I. At P n .l.Ofl J S El L P Vie ^ 1.15 2.3(5 11.03 5.11 2.54 21.69 18.10 10.B75 .TIB 1.23 Another reason for the triumph if wickedness is that nobody can r et rich by betraying it to the nemy.--Cedar Baplds Gazette. WHEAT SUFFERS LATE SETBACKS Closes Fraction to Cent and Half Lower, Com Steady to Fraction Off. * CHICAGO, (/f)--Late downturns of prices took the Chicago wheat market Thursday down 1% cents a bushel in some eases. Lighter buying demand following yesterday's immense international wheat trade did much to bring" about lower prices. Foreigners, however, were credited with buying wheat futures here and at Winnipeg in the early trading. At the close, wheat was %-!% under Wednesday's finish, May $1.37%-%, July $1.20%-%, corn unchanged to % ]owei-, May 51.09%, July $1.04'/a-1.05, oafs fe --T4 off, and provisions unchanged to 20 cents decline. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN. {Thursday M a r k e t ) CHICAGO, (/D--Cash wheat: No 2 hard Sl.42: (Indiana grade). Corn: No. 3 mixed ?1.13*i; No. 3 yellow S1.1314iip!.]5)i; No. 4 yellow SI.I1!*« 1.13; No. S yellow 51.10W: No. 3 white 51.16%; No. 4 white S1.13!4®l.l«l; sample SI (sour)-$1.0 8. Oats: No. 1 white 52',4c; No. 4 white 50V4c; sample sogsovic. Rye: No. 1. 51.18 (Indiana grade). Barley: Feed 73@87c nominal; malting $1^1.35 nominal. Timothy seed 55.25jp5.50 cwt.; new crop £5i?5.25. . . . · Clover seed $28035 cwt. ' ^ Lard tierces $12.67; loose 512,05; bellies $16.62. Mason City Groin MASON CITY--For Thursday No. 3 yellow shelled corn .$1.0G No. 4 yellow shelled corn ..$1.04 Earn corn 95 C White oats, No. 3 44'/ic Barley 60-85c Soybeans, No. 2 yellow $1.35 THUttSDAY GRAIN CLOSE. WHEAT-May July Sopt ;.,, CORN-May new ... May olrl .... July new July old .... Sept OATS-May ^. July Sept SOYBEANS-May July RYE-May July Sept BARLEY-May LARD-Mar. May July Sept BEE.L1ES-- May July Hlsh 1.38H . 1.2014 MO'/. 1.031', .93% ilio 13.32 13.55 CHICAGO, r/n-- Low Close 1.36V, 1.3T!', 1.20'/a I.20=a 1.10 1.18!'. 1.08V* 1.0114 .34 'A 13.110 1.1.20 13.45 !99'/J .«'/« MV, 1.08% 1.01V, .34 V, .81 'A 12.80 13.00 13.20 13.45 16.70 17.00 MINNEAPOLIS OKAIN. (Thursday Market) inNNEAFOLlS. W--Wheat 63 cars; v,c lower; Ko. 1 heavy dark northern 60 Ibs. $l.SOUi31.59U; No. I dark northern so Ibs. ·Sl.49K©1.58li; SB Ibs. SL-ta'AS? 7V4; fancy No. 1 hard Montana 14 per cent protein S1.44 I /i^l.46'/:3; firade of No. I dark hard or No. 1 hard Montana winter Sl.37VaWl.3El,: hard amber dunim No. 1, S1.4S!£ffil.G5; No. 1 red durum $1.3-t*ni 1.35. Corn: No. 3 yellow Sl.lfi'.a^I.lB'.-a; Un- chanced (o 2c hichcr. Oats: No. 3 while' 47»ij?.ia%c. OMAHA ORALS*. (Thursday Market) OMAHA; I/FI--Wheat: Dark hard No. 4, $I.27',4: No. 5, $1.25; hard No. 1. $1.37. Corn: Yellow No. 3, $!.!!)«? 1.1954: No. 1 f l . I B l t ; -white No. 3, S1.2H4: No. 4. SUB. Oats: White No. 2. S2fi5614c: No. 3, S2c; No. 4, SOc; sample 47!4c; [ced No. 2, 40 C. BONDS. (Thursday M a r k e t ) NEW YORK, in--U. S. bonds closed: Treasury 4V,s 47-53 118.18 Treasury 4s 44-54 113.8 Treasury S^BS 40-43 June 106.12 Treasury 33S 43-47 107.21 Treasury 3!is 46-43 107.2 Treasury 3s 51-55 106.5 MINNEAPOLIS FLOUB. ( T h u r s d a y M a r k e t ) 'MINNEAPOLIS, .lift-- Flour: Carload lots a barrel In OS Ib. cotton K.icks: Family patents lOc higher, S7.WK17.80: standard patents 10c higher, S7,45ig7 65, Shipments 10.617. Piue bran $33ff33.50. Standard middlings $35^35.50. How ironic it would be now if somebody else should go ahead and make America over while Dr. Tugwell is. making molasses. -Worcester Gazette. Two big treason trials in Russia within n few months may be but an increasing number of sign posts that another Russian revolution is near.--Bloomlnglori Pantograph. ' ' ' ' ' · ' ' Stock List NEW 1 - ORK STOCKS. (Thursday Final Quotations) By The Associated Press Al Ch. Sc Dye 2olVi Lib O F Gl 7H4 Am Can lli'li . Maytae 14 Am Sm S; Re 102ii McK Rob 14',i Am Sugar Ref 49',', Mid Cont Pet 343.1 A T T 115 Vi Montg Ward 67 Vi Am. Tob B 83y, Morrell Co 44y« Am Wat Wks 24Vi Nash. Kclv 22V. Anaconda 57»i Nat Biscuit 3114 A T S P 86 . Nat Cash R 3T,i Auburn Auto 303a Nat Dairy Pr 23V* Aviation Corp 8ii Nat'Distill 33 Bait Ohio 35% Nat Pow i: Lt HT. Barnsdall 33 N Y Central 52!4 Bendix Aviat 20% Northern Pao 34T» Beth Stl 10^ Oliver Farm 64 3 ,b Borden 27=i Packard Mot US'. Borg Warner 8l',i Param Pict 25',i Can D G Ale 31=i Penney 102'^. Canad Pac 16 p c nn R R 47 3 ,4 Case 162',i Phillips Pet 57 3 .i Chi N W 51, Radio 12 Chi Gt West 3'.b R Cy Tob B 51!4 C M. St P *P 2y. Sears Hoeb 93»1 C R I L P 3i Sno i| union 3.1 1 /. Chrysler 128 Socony Vac 19'A Col G El 17 sou Pac 63T. Com Sou 3V« std Brands 15% Con Edison 41V'« Std Oil Cal 4SV'a Con Oil IVVi Std Oil Ind 4S'A Con Can 52ii, £(d oil N ' J 74 J /4 Con Can 62n Stewart Warn IBli Cont Oil Del 4414 studebakcr 18',l Corn Prod 09 Swift Co 28 Curtiss Wright 7',2 Texas Corp 5B}8 Deere Co 131 Tex Gulf Sril 39 3 /4 D're Co pt 30',i Tlmk Roll B 69 DuPont do N 173 Un Carbide 109 Gen Elec GO Un Pac .l-iSVi Gen Foods 42 3 /« Unit A Corp 32% Gen Mot G5'/a "United Corp 6 3 /R Gillette 13M, Unit Drug 14?» Good'r T S: R 45',i U S ,Ind AIco 39V4 Hudson Mot 25 3 i U S Rubber 67 Illinois Cent 3Gli U S Steel 122V'» Int Harvest 107,i Warner Pict 15 Int Nick Can 71 West Un Tel 7*-!i Int Tel Tel 1354 We El Mf 149 Johns Manv 140 3 /, Woolworth 54'/k Krcsge 20V* Wrlgley Jr 70 CHICAGO STOCKS. . (Thursday Final Quotations) Cities Service 4 (Northwest Bane 13% Heilmnnn Bre lo'/nl Quaker Oats 120 Knlz Drug 15',i!Hath Packing 35 KcllOBB Switch 11141 Swift Co 28V» Llbby McNeil 14tblSwift Intl 31'.4 Midwest Corp 12%|Utillt.y Ind Hi Natl Leather Hi] Zenith 3GTi Hides Qua tat! cms Furnished bj Woir Bros- Inc.. 308 Fifth Street Southwest. ROnSElUDES Horschldca , .$4.0O 'GREEN BEEF HIDES Up to 25 Ibs. lime 25 Ibs. up U c Bull hides GV^c ·Cured hldca half cent more a pound.. [On above prices a cent hip tier to wholesale dealers In wholesale loLs.l WOOL MARKET. . BOSTON, '(IF)--U. S. department of agriculture-- A few mill. 1 ! bought wool to cover immediate requirements Thursday. While lhe buying was not large or general, vol- lume appeared to be Incrcosina- Some .lines of spot" forcifin wools showed firmness. Some new Arizona wools were sold around SI scoured basis in original bacs- Quotations rangeri mostly Sl.OSSul.QB for scoured basis and 'graded French, combing length fine territory, ,-md a few sales were closed at prices on the low side ot the ran EC. "WOMAN IN RED" ASKS TO RETURN Pleads From Her Exile in Rumania for Re-Entry . to United States. CHICAGO, (/P)--"The Woman in red" who lured bandit John Dlllinger to his death pleaded Thursday from her exile in Rumania for re-entry to the United States. Writing from the Balkan town of Timisoara where she is known as Donn Anna Cumpanasi, Mrs. Anna Sage asked a Chicago attorney to take the necessary legal steps to expedite her return. The 45 year old woman wrote she did not believe the U. S. government, which banished her 10 months aso, would oppose her petition for re-entry. The attorney, who asked that.his name be withheld, told the Associated Press Mrs. Sage had asked him to file reward claims totaling $5,000 against five states--Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin--for her part in the capture of Dillinger. The federal government paid "the woman in red" 55,000 shortly after she lured the desperado into the trap which police and department of justice · agents had set July 22, 1934, outside a Chicago theater. Mrs. Sage's attorney said she expressed discontent with her lot in Rumania and a desire to rejoin her American born · son, Steve Chiolak, 23, in Chicago. ,Americanism: Idly discussing a problem for 50 years', getting ex- cifed over new propaganda; thinking we'll be ruined if the problem isn't solved somehow before night. --Cedar Rapids Gazette. STOCK MARKET MIXED AFFAIR Selected Issues Firm But Many Recently Speedy Movers React. NEW YORK, (flO--Although selected issues developed strength in Thursday's stock market, many of the recently speedy movers reacted . fractions to 3 or more points. Brokers could find no outstanding news to inspire a reversal other than the loss of buoyancy by the lately soaring commodity department. Setbacks were attributed principally to profit selling based on the sizable recovery over the past several sessions. Rubbers and a few oils, alcohols^ rails and specialties were on the gaining side. Major steels fell back while a handful of "independents" improved. Motors, Utilities, Mines and Aircrafts were among the casualties.. Trading slowed after a fast first hour. Transfers were around 2,700,500 shares. Curb Market NEW YORK, (iP)--Prices were uneven to lower in the curb market Thursday, except for mining and metal shares which found renewed support. Offerings piled up as the morning period waned, cutting into gains made earlier in Iho session and sending a number of stocks to considerably lower ground. Shares dropping major fractions to a point or so included McWilliams Dredgine. American Potash and Chemical and Pan American Airways. Great Atlantic and Pacific broke more t h a n 2 points. Moving the other way, Pacific Tin jumped more than 2 and Sherwin Williams gained nearly 2. Aluminum company of America. Yukon Gold and Pioneer Gold each rose a little. Bond Market NEW YORK, W 1 )--Rallying tendencies in U. S. KovernmGnt issues, noted in Wednesday's late trading. expanded Thursday and gave the federal market general gains ranging up to Va of a point. Other divisions of the bond list seemed unable to move in any definite direction. Some of the rails sold off fractionally and cerlain of the industrial convertibles dropped as much, as 3 points. For wa rd m overs in ca rly deal in gs in* eluded loans of Alleghany Corp., Columbia Gas .Elcctrie. International Telephone, American Water works, Pacific Telephone, Remington Rand, Southern P~ci£ic, and Ycungstown Sheet ££~ Tubo 3!s, up fractions, * Announcement of offering terms of the French national defense Joan was studied in investment circles in the light of suggestions some of the French capital now invested in American, securities mlpht be transferred into the franc issue. General opinion, however, was that whatever shifting of balances occurred M-ould not involve heavy liquidation of American securities. In the foreign section prices showed unimportant changes. Loans of Japan and Uruguay were a little higher. Produce MASON CITY--For Thursday Cusn Quotations by K. G. Alorsc Eggs, current receipts 17c Heavy hens, 5 Ibs. and over .. 12c Under 5 Ibs 8c Stags, 5 Ibs. and over ........lie Stags, under 5 Ibs 7c Cocks 6c All No. 2 poultry 4 cents less Merchants Quotations Eggs, in trade 18-19c* Eggs, cash . 17-18c* Butter, Iowa State Brand. ... .. .40c Butter Corn Country 39c Butter, Kenyon's 39c Butter. Very Best 4Dc Butter, Brookfield 39c Potatoes, russets, peck 75c Potatces, cobblers, peck 57c ·EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtained by calling several grocery stores. CHICAGO PRODUCE (Thursday Market) CHICAGO, (,P)--Butter 8.084, firm; creamery specials (33 score) SS'.^fijSGc; extras (02) 35c; extra firsts (ao-911 34'A ©34 : /c; Ilrsls (80-891 33!ffi34c; standards (90 centralized carlots) 34'/ic. Eggs 12,070. lirm; extra firsts local 22Kc, cars 23'.ic; fresh cradcd firsts local 22V£c, cars 23c; current receipts 2P/3C; storaRe packed extras 24 ] /jc; storage packed firsts 24%c. Poultry: Live, 27 trucks, steady; prices unchanged. NEW YOHK PRODUCE (Thursday M a r k e t ) NEW YORK, m--'Eggs 15,685, firm: special packs 25%@2a',ic: standards 24ft UJ25c; storage packed firsts 24ri?24'.V: firsts 23S23Hc: mediums 22'/iif23c; dirties No. 1, 22'.^!S22 a ,ic; averaae checks 21 «2I'.ie. Butter B.49ff. firmer; creamery higher than extra 36^36 a Ac; extra f*)2 score! 3SHc; firsts (88-91 scores) 3.T,'.fl3.T'Ac; seconds '(84-S7 scores) Sl'.ifisac: centralized (00 score) 34?lc. Cheese 110,8. E i3, firm and unchanged. T-ive poultry: By freight--{Steady to Jirm, Fowls: Colored 21tf?22c; Leghorn 18c; other freight prices unchanged. Russians must be a pure and devout people. No other kind does so much confessing for so little sinning.--Lincoln Star. Lodge Norices QUEEN R K B E K A I I L O D G E NO. 100 L 0. O. F. HALL 7:30 P. M. Meet. 1st and 3rd Friday oj each month. MRS. EARL LEAMAN, N. G. Ph. 3543 MRS. MAUDE MAXSON. Rcc. Sec. Ph 200 S MRS R. E. KOLWINSKA. Pin. Sec. Ph. 1488J DAIEU1NG LODGE NO. UIL A. F. AND A. M. 7:3" I. M. Work in 2nd degree Frf.. March 12. P. L. HUDSON. W. U, Phone 1727 C. C. KALPBIDE, Ssc'y. Phone 240 BENEVOLENCE LODGE NO. Hi A. F. AND A. H. 7:30 P. M. Slated c o m m u n i c a t i o n Flrsl Thursday of each month C. H. JOHNSON, W. M. D. O. GILBERT, Eec'y. Public Utility and Industrial Stocks Quoted by A. M. SCHANKE CO. Telephone 1300. Mason City (nid and Asked Thursday) Cent Et El 6 pet Bid, ($25 par) 10 Cent St El 7 pet pfd ($25 par) 11 Cent St P L 7 pet pfd 16 Cliamplin Hef la 7 pet pfd .. 100 Creamery Package com ...... 24 Hearst Cons A 22V4 Geo A Hormel A pfd 104 Geo A Hormel com 21 Interstate Power 6 pet pfd .. 14 Interstate Power 7 pet pfd ., 16 Iowa Electric Co 6'yi pet pfd 53 Iowa Electric Co 7 pet pfd 54 la El Lt Fow 6 net pfd .. 69 la El Lt 4: Pow 6'/i pet pfd 70 la El Lt -Pow 7 pet pfd .. 73 la Power Light 6 pet pfd 102 ' la Power Light 7 pel pfd 103 la Public Serv 6 pet pfd 96 la Public Serv 014 pet pfd . . 9 7 la Public Serv 7 pet pfd 98 la South Util 6 pet pfd 6614 la South Util 614 pet pfd .... 67 la South Util 7 pet pfd . . . . 75 Minnesota P I, c pet pfd 92 Minnesota P L 7 pet pfd 97 Northern St Power 6 pet pfd 88 Northern St Power 7 pet pfd 93 N W Bell Tel 6',-. pet pfd .. 105 N W St Portland Cement com 28 Rath Packing com 32 Sioux City O El 7 pet pfd 100 United Lt 4: Bys 0 pet pfd . 83 Jnjled Lt Sr'Rys 6.36 pet pfd 84 United Lt Rys 7 pet pfd . 92'A Western Grocer pfd 99 Western Grocer com 18 12 13 17'A 25'A 23 107 22 17 19 55 56 71 104 103 98 09 100 6814 69 77 Si 911 90 95 30 33*1 102 84% 83'/a 94% 102 20 Miscellaneous CHICAGO POTATOES (Thursdaj- Market) , CHICAGO, W)--u. S. department of agriculture- Potatoes 85; on track 301; total U. S. shipments 794; old stock dull, weaker undertone, supplies moderate, demand slow: sacked per cwt. Idaho Russet Burhanks J. S. No. 1. S3.30fi3.50; few fine quality arse $3.55®3.7JS; U. S. No. 2, $2.0502.BO: Washington Russet Burbanks U. S. Commercial $3.10; Colorado Red McClures U. S. No. 1, very few sales $3^3.15; Wisconsin Round Whites U. S No. 1 verj- few sales $2.25®2.40; U. S. Commercial !21?2.10; Michigan Russet Rurals XJ. S. No. l, few sales $2.40®2.45: Minnesota Cobblers parljy graded $2.7002.80: Norlh Dakota Cobblers certified seed $3,10; new stock steady; supplies moderate, demand slow; track sales bushel crates' Florida Bliss Triumphs V, S. No. 1 car, $2.1714 crate. NEW VOKK SUGAR. (Thursday Market) NEW YORK. (/Pi--Haw sugar was easier it 3.55c. May No. 3. 2.48c; September J.4Be, or 2 to 3 points net lower; July No. 4. 1.33Vic: September 1.34c. or IVa to 2 points net higher. Refined unchanged at 4.DOc. P R O D U C E FUIUKES. (Thursday M a r k e t ) CHICAGO. (1?--Bultcr futures closed: itorage standards, March 34iac: Novem- jer 31',4c; fresb standards, April 32'Au. Egg futures: Storage packed firsts, vlarch 24^^; refrigerator standards, Oc- ';obcr 26'Ac. Potato futures: Idaho Russets, March No. 1, S3.44; grade A $3.10; April grade A 13,21. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTKIX STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4Q57 NOTtCE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executrix of the estate of Joseph J; Clark, Deceased, laic of Cerro Gordo County.- All persons Indebted to said estate ore requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same win present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the CJerk of the District Court- IDA BELLE CLARK, Executrix. Frank W. Chambers, Attorney. Dated February 24th. 1937. S. H, MiicPEAK, Clerk District Court. By--Margaret Rilcy, Deputy. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF E X E C U T R I X 1TATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo County, ss. No. 4963 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned hfis been Muly appointed and qualified as Executrix of tha estate o£ ?Yank Rice. Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate paymenl; and those having claims against the some will present them, duly authenticated, lo the undcr- si pned for a I lo wance, a nd f i l e in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. RUTH DULL, Executrix. Remlcy J. Glass, Attorney. Dnled March nth, 1337. S. H. MacPcak, Clerk Dtstrict Court. By--Margaret Rilcy, Deputy. ORIGINAL NOTICE In The District Court of Iowa, in and for Ccrro Gordo County. A p r i l A. I. IQ31 Term. Arthur O'Harrow, Plaintiff. vs. Jennie Foster, a widow; and Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, Defendants. To Jennie Foster, a widow: and C t r r o G or du County, Iowa, t h e above named defendants: You are hereby notified that there will be on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the above named County and State on or before the 24th day of March. I93T, n petition of Plaintiff claiming a personal judgment against Jennie Foster, defendant. SIOQ.DD with interest thereon n t 8% per a n n u m from the 31st day of August, 1933. as jliftly due plaintiff on one certain promissory note dated August 31, 1033, and executed and delivered to Arthur O'Harrow; and further asking udRment agpinst Jennie Foster for oits. including attorney's fees as provided in said note. And claiming Tgnlnst all of you the foreclosure of a certain real estate mortgage of even d a t e with said note, and securing 1he same on lhe following described real estate. to-\vit: T.ol O n r H) In A u d i t o r ' s S u b d i v i s i o n or Lot Three (3) In Lot Two (2) In Siihdlvfsfon or the Northwest Quarter ( N W t t ) of the Northwest Quar- 'ier NW/O. Section E i g h t e e n (18). Township Ninety-six (!)(i), Rattle T w e n t y - o n e .21), in Ccrro Gordo County, Iowa; And that a Receiver be appointed to collect the rents and pro/its; and also i writ of possession Issue to put the purchaser under this foreclosure in possession of said premises. fKor 'further particulars sec pot f t Ion to be on file as above stated.) Now. unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of me April 1037 Tcrm of said Court to ne held at the Court House In Mason City, Towa, f n said County, commencing on April S, 1937. default will be entered against you and iudsmcnt rendered thereon in accordance with the -rayer of said petition. HINES MOUNT. Attorney for Plaintiff. LEGAL NOTICE ORIGINAL NOTICE In The District Court of 'Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. A n r l l Tcrm A. D. 1931. PARK HOSPITAL CLINIC, PlalnllH. MAHIE EVERS 1 a^d WrLLIAM L EV^ EHS, her husbnaij, AILTEN STICH, single, Defendants. To Darlce Hilton, George 51. Hilton ·A1U» S^' JB^JUKii^ EV " S ' "" YOU and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Cerro Gordo Coumi, Iowa, a petition for an execution in the above matter alleging that H. H. Stich, defendant, in the above matter. Is now deceased and lhat he left surviving him as his sole and only heirs at law the following named persons: Oarlce Hilton, d a u g h t e r Marie Evers daughter Aillea Sikh, daughter That said petition further alleges that i^aul V. Nichols a resident of Fremont County. Iowa, is the owner of a judgment obtained in the above case on January 4lh. 1933. In t h e sum of 514248 with interest thereon at K from said date, said Judgment being a lien from January 4th. 1929, upon the following described . real estate located In Fremont County, Iowa, to-wit- Lot Four (4) and the South Twcnly- In Block "F" In the Town of ° Sidney. Said Petition alleges t h a t H. H. Stich during his lifetime was the owner of the real estate above described and lhat ne is a resident of Fremont County. Iowa, and lhat no administrator has been appointed for his estate .^f?! 11 p = llUo n Prays that a Special Execution issue in attachment upon the above described judgment and that the real estate above described - b e levied upon and sold under said Execution" as is provided by Jaw. " SEE rt»V~i'i. ? css y°" au P»r thereto and defend before noon of the second day ..."15 naxt lcrm o£ sa'd Court, which -vill be t n e April 1337 Term and which will be held at the Court House at Ma- ^ommonc'in C ° rr ° Gordo Coun ly. Iowa. 937. default w?ll be" entered"aga'lnst^ou ^ =, . S F, L ; CIal Execution issued ujon 'a?d Pemlon' JUdEmi:nt as Prayed In THORNELL, THORNELL i NICHOLS. Attorneys for Paul V. Nichols. ORIGINAL, NOTICE In The n.strkl Court of Iowa !,, , n a lor Cerro Gordo County, April J537 Term. Etta Wilson Sheldon, Plaintiff, Jennie E. Blair. Herbert Blair; and all unknown claimants, and all persons unknown claiming any right, title or interest in and to the following described real estate, to-wit:. Southeast ?i'X r . ai t h c Sou "ieast Quarter (SE'A / ; 1 -? nd L ° l Three (3) In the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast. Quarter (SWy.SE'A) except the South One Rod of said Lot 3. all In Scclion Thlr- fcf 0 !^ .i 341 Towf ship Ninety-seven (97) North of Range Twenty 1201 West of the Fifth P. M. Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, and all the heirs, spouses assigns, jn-anices. Jegatces, devisees and beneficiaries of each and all of the above named defendants. Defendants. . ° '*« Above Namea D e f e n d a n t s : ^ 0 ^ a r ,h cach cl yml arc hcr =y noti- ed that the petition of (he plaintiff in the above entitled cause is now on file m the office of the clerk of the District court of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, claiming that the plaintiff is the absolute and. unqualified owner in fee simple of the following described property to-wit: Southeast Quarter of tbe Southeast Quarter (SE'.iSEli) and Lot T h r e e (31 In the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (SHM'jSEli) except the South One Rod of said Lot 3, all In Secllon T h i r t y - f o u r (34) Township : Ninety-seven (97) North or Range Twenty (20) West of the Fifth P. M. Cerro Gordo Ccunty, Iowa. · ' and that the plaintiff is credibly informed and believes that the defendants make some claims adverse to the title of the plaintiff in said property and that, the said unknown claimants to said premises claim some interest iii or to the said real estate as the plaintiff is informed and believes, but that the plaintiff has no knowledge or information and does not know how said interest as claimed by said unknown claimants was derived or claimed to have been derived or the method of obtaining the same and the plaintiff avers therein that the names and residences of the unknown persons are unknown to plaintiff and lhat plaintiff has sought diligenlly to learn the same and the p)ainli« in said petition sets out certain instruments of records which cloud the tllle of this plaintiff to said real estate and to the pretended claims or questions which have arisen with reference to said title and you are referred to said petition for a more particular statement thereof. The plaintiff in said petition states that none of the said defendants or unknown claimants have in fact any right, title or interest In or to the above described premises or any part thereof or any color of right, title or interest therein and that the plaintiff and her immediate grantors have been In the sole complete, open, notorious, actual and undisputed adverse possession of the said premises for more than ten years last past under claim of title and ownership thereof and have been the undisputed and unqualified owners Ihereof for over ten years, and lhat by reason thereof and of the lapse cl time and the laches of the defendants In failing to assert any pretended claim thereto and in permitting valuable improvements to be made thereon relying upon such possession and ownership, the defendants are es- topped from assorting any right, tllle, claim or interest therein adverse to the plaintiff. The plaintiff in safd petition prays for the establishment of her estate and title against the adverse claims of the defendants and that each and all of them and all unknown claimants and all .persons unknown having or claiming any right, title or interest In or to said premises and all persons claiming by through or under them, be barred and forever estopped from ever having, asserting or claiming any right, title or Interest In or to the said premises or any p a r t thereof adverse to the plaintiff or the plaintiff's title therein and that the plaintiff's title to the said premises be quieted, established and confirmed and that the plaintiff have all such other and further equitable relief as to the court may seem just. And unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next term, being the April, 1937 term of said Cnurt, which will convene in the Court House at Mason City Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, on the 5th day of April. 1937, default will be entered against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon as provided by law Dated this 4th day of March, 1937 RALPH S. STANBERY. Attorney for Plaintiff.. KAXSAS ctrr GRAIN [Thursday M a r k e t ) KANSAS CITY. m-Wheat 54 cars: Vic higher to Ic lower: No. 2 dark hard $I.42'/i; No. 3, 51.32: No. 2 hard nom. $l.35'/ 4 «1.43ii; No. 3, $1.40; No. 2 red nom ; $l.38'£fj£1.42; No. 3 nom. 51.36%® Corn 23 cars; '/ a c lower to Ic higher; No. 2 white nom. $I.25@1.25'A; No. 3 nom. Sl.22ftl.24; No. 2 yellow nom. SI.24 ®1.25V4; No. 3, J1.231J; No. 2 mixed nom. 51.22®!.23; No. 3 nom. S1.20'A(!i!1.22 1 /i. Oats 1 car; He lower to ] /ic higher: Wo. 2 7/hitQ nom. 52@54',4c; No. 3 nom. MARVEL'S LIVESTOCK AUCTIONS Every-Wednesday^ and Saturday - ( . Big runs of Livestock both sales. ' ^ 350 tp 450 CATTLE. We are selling more fat cattle each week/ We have sold a lot of fat cattle over §10 heve recently and a big 01 cattle, both steers and heifers, from $8.00 to $10 per cwt. Io the Buyer--will say that you can come to our auctions any day and get a truck load or any number ot carloads o£ cattle, either fat or stocker cattle. Our cattle are sorted and graded carefully and sold by weight. To the Consignor--You will-find accommodations second to none in the state for your stock. Every pen has feed and water and are well bedded and cared for. You may send your stock to our barn any time, day or night, and it will be cared for You furnish the stock we will do the rest. HOGS--Have been getting a few bred sows and feeder DIES but have demand for a lot more each sale. Consign them to our sales. You will be pleased 'with the price they bring. SHEEP--Good young bred ewes are in demand. Fat lambs are wanted Consign any cattle, hogs or sheep to our sales, either Wednesday or Saturday, we will do the rest. We have the largest array of buyers of any auction in Iowa. ' Horse and Mule Auction! Every Tuesday . We received 162 head of horses and mules in our last sale The quality was good with the market pretty well cleaned up at prices m line with recent weeks. We believe that you consignors who have been holding back for better prices had just as well let your stock come. The trade will not hit the peak of former years. We are giving our next week's sale a lot of special advertising m the east and believe we will have some new faces ',"L 7. e ^"P for some stock next Tuesday. We will have at least 150 head of horses and mules next Tuesday and would appreciate it ii you would advise us early as to the kind and quality of your consignments. It helps us balance the market if we are advised in advance of your consignments. We can use killers as usual at ?1! lor tops. Thinner kinds according to value. Please get your stock into the barn by 11 o'clock Sale Day. MARVEL SALES CO. - - - WEBSTER CITY, IOWA strator Tractor with Cultivator 722 SOOTH FEDERAL Public Auction As the farm was sold and was unable to rent another farm I have decided lo quit farming;, I will sell at auction at farm located 2 miles-straight north of Hanlontown on gravel road, the following: property, on Monday, March 15, 1937 Starling at 12:30 P. M. 5 HEAD HORSES--1 hay mare 5 yrs. old in foal, wt. 1GOO Ibs,; 1 blue roan mare 9 yrs. old, wt. 1750 Ibs.; 1 bay mare, wt. 1500 Ibs.; 1 black team. 31 HEAD CATTLE--11 good young Holstein milk cows, 4 just fresh, 5 will freshen soon; 7 yearling Holstein heifers; 3 calves; 10 yearling Hereford steers. HOGS--3 Chester White brood sows will farrow last of March; 4 sows; 18 feeding pigs, wt. 70 to 150 Ibs. 100 BARRED ROCK PULLETS--Brooder house 8x10 ft.; 40 rds. 32 in. woven wire fencing; 25 cedar posts; 1 set harness; 10 ton clover hay in barn; 6 ft. ensilage in silo; 200 bu. oats; 20 bu. yellow seed corn. FULL LINE OF FAKBI MACHINERY TERMS: Parlies wishing credit sec clerk before sale. Carl M. Shclmo, Auct. Citizens Sav. Bank of Hanlontown, Clk. '"·?^'7?^? 1 ^^i--^;-.''f7:'.T^

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