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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY1 1934 LEGAL NOTICE ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of Iowa In nnJ *m Cerro Gordo County* April Tcnn 1834. E. w. Clark Co., Plaintiff, vs. Catherine Grubb Sherman, U. B. Sherman, Katherlne Gmbb Sherman aa Guardian of John H. Grubb and Albert B. Grubb, John H. Grubb, Margaret Grubb, Albert B. Grubb. Augusta Grubb, A. T. Clocse and Cornelia Clouse, Defendants. fro John H. Grubb and Margaret Gmbb, lefenimnts: You and each of you ure hereby notified ttiat there is now on file fn the office o; the Clerk of the District Court of Iowa In and for Cerro Gordo County, the petition of B. W. Clark A Co.. claiming a personal judgment against the defendants Katharine Grubb Sherman, C. B. Sherman. Katherlne Grubb Sherman as Guardian of John H. Grubb and Albert B. Grubb, John H. Grubb and Albert B. Grubb for the 3ura of Thirty eight hundred thirteen and, 89-100 dollan. ·with Interest at eight per cent per annum from the 9th day of April, 1934 ns Justly due the Plaintiff from said defendants on their principal promissory note or bond for 53,500.00 and their extension agreement and Interest coupon notes of even date therewith also Including expenditures of plaintiff lor continuation of abstract and for fire insurance premium on policy taken out on building on premises hereinafter described. Plaintiff also asKs Judgment against the defendants Katherlne Grubb Sherman, C. U. Sherman, Katherlne Grubb Sherman as Guardian of John H. Grubb and Albert B. Grubb, John H. Grubb and Albert B. Grubb lor the costs of this action including a reasonable attorneys fee. Plaintiff also prays as against all persons named as defendants herein the foreclosure of the certain mortgage in favor of the Plaintiff and made, executed and delivered to them by said Katherine, Grubb Sherman, C. B. Sherman, Katherme Grubb Sherman Gdn. of John H. Gmbb and Albert B; Grubb, John H. Grabb and Mar- geutfte Grubb of with said bond and securing the same on the following described real estate to-wlt: The cast slxty-sl-t feet In width of Ixit Blunt In Block Fourteen In Parker's Third Addition to Mason City, liled for record In the office of the County Recorder of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, on August 31, 1926. and recorded In Book 52 on Page "03 thereof In said office. Plaintiff also asks for a Receiver to b« appointed to take charge of said properly and collect the rents and profits therefrom and prays for such other and further relief as may by the Court be deemed Just and equitable In the premises. No personal judgment is demanded against Margaret Grubb, Augusta Grubb, A. T, Clouse or Cornelia Clouse. \ For further particulars and demands see petition on file as aforesaid. Now unless you appear thereto and dc- iend on or before Noon of the second day of the June 1934 Term of said Court to be held at Mason City in said County commencing June 4, 1934, default will be entered against you and Judgment and .decree rendered thereon. In accordance with the prayer of said petition. FRANK W. CHAMBERS, Attorney for Plaintiff. Board Proceedings HOG MARKET STEADY TO 10 CENTS LOWER NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA,-Cerro Gordo, County, sa. la whom It may concern: you are hereby notified that by virtue or a special execution, to me directed, and Issued out of the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa, -within and for Cerro Gordo County, upon a Judgment rendered in said Court in favor of E. W. Clark Co.. and against the real estate hereinafter described. In tfle case of E W. Clark Co., vs. Battle 1. Griffin. Boy E. Griffin, Ruth Griffin, et al. for the sum of Eight hundred eighty-seven and 54-100 Dollars, debt, and Thirteen and 10-100 Dollars, costs, and Forty-sis and 63-100 Dollars, attorney's fee, 1 have levied upon the following described real estate to-wlt: Lots Forty-nine and Fifty In Midland Heights as laid out and platted In South Half of Southeast quarter of Section Sixteen (16) Township Ninety-nix (06) Ranee Twenty (20) West Filth T. M,, Cerro GordD County, Iowa, and that, on the 21st day ot May, 1934, at 2 o'clock P. M., at- the front door of the Court House in Mason City, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, 1 will proceed to sell the same in satisfaction of said execution, to gether with all legal costs accruing. - D a t e d at the Sheriff's office In Mason Cltv, Iowa, this 18th day of April. 1934 J. M. ROBERTSON. Sheriff of Cerro Gordo County. Iowa By ELSIE RAMSEY. Deputy Sheriff. F. W. CHAMBERS, Attorney. KEGULAK APRIL SESSION April 21, 1934 FOURTH DAV The Board. Qf Supervisors of Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, met In regular session pursuant to adjournment. There were present Supervisors C. R. Patton, In the Chair: F. G. Root and V,'. D. Gibson. Absent, none. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. The following resolution was offered by Supervisor W. D. Gibson: * Rmolutlon. Be it Resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, that there should be and hereby is set over, transferred and appropriated $5.905.00 from the Road Funds which Is sufficient to meet the appropriation to be used In connection with this E. H. A. Project, Iowa Project No. 17-52-2. the application for which Is by this reference made a part hereof. Be it further Resolved that there is hereby set over for tie use of the Iowa state E. R A. on this project, materials, equipment and services In the fair money value of Motion was made by Supervisor W. D. Gibson, seconded by Supervisor F. G. Root that the foregoing resolution as offered be adopted. Motion carried. Ayes: Supervisors W D Gibson, F. G. Root and C. R. Patton. Naj-s: None. Resolution declared adopted this ~215t day of April, 1934. On motion of Supervisor Root, seconded by Supervisor Gibson, the Board authorized the cancellation of the 1932 and 1933 road poll tax assessed against Geo. Klaassen In Mt. Vernon Township. Motion carried. On motion of Supervisor Gibson, seconded by Supervisor Root, the 1922, and 1924 to 1931 both years inclusive, regular taxes assessed against lots 2 and 3 block 32 Klrt- land. Rockwell, Iowa, owned at the time of the assessment by Elmlra Yarrow, were remitted. Motion carried, all members voting Vn motion of Supervisor Root, seconded by Supervisor Gibson the Board suspended the 1933 regular taxes assessed against lots 1, 2 and 3 block 3 Rockwell, 7owa, owned y John Brunstein. Motion carried, all mem- ers voting aye. Motion was made by Supervisor Root, cconded by Supervisor Gibson, that the ppolntment of Cecelia Gustafson as Dc- uty County Recorder be approved and that er salary- be set at $71.00 per month from nd after the 1st day of May. 1934. Motion irrted, all members voting aye. Resolution. Whereas, the county Engineer has certl- ied that the work covered by contract -with C A Holvik. P. W. A. Project. Federal Docket No. 1101 has been completed in ac- ordancp with plans and specifications and n a satisfactory manner. Now Therefore be it Resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, that the said project be, and he same is hereby accepted and approved as completed. " On motion of Supervisor Root, seconded oy supervisor Gibson, the foregoing resolu- lon -was adopted. Motion carried, all members of the Board voting aye. Resolution. Be It Resolved by the Board of Supervisors of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, that here should be and hereby is set over, trans- ·erred and appropriated $4.128.50 from the ^oor fund which Is sufficient to. meet the appropriation, to be used in connection with his E. R. A. Iowa Project No. 17-54-1. the application for which is by this reference made a part hereof. Be It further resolved that there Is hereby set over for the use of the Iowa State E. * A on this project, materials, equipment and services In the fair money value of Motion' was made by Supervisor Root, seconded by Supervisor Gibson that the foregoing resolution be adopted. Motion carried, all' members voting aye. Nays: None. Board adjourned to Meet May 1. 1934. ARTHUR HARRIS. chairman. Auditor. WHEAT MARKET PLUNGES DOWN Chance of Break in Drought Leads to General Rush of Profit Taking. CHICAGO, May 1. UP)--Confronted by a sudden general profit taking movement, the wheat market today reversed itself, and plunged downward almost 2 V- cents a bushel. Desire to seize profits was attributed to possibilities of a breakup of the severe drought which has been a major factor in hoisting quotations of late. An opposite influence was a new unofficial estimate that the United States 1934 domestic winter wheat crop would be 5,000,000 bushels less than another expert yesterday predicted. Wheat closed unsettled, 1%@2U cents under yesterday's finish, May 78%@79, July 77%@%; corn «, to 1 cent down, May 44 (§%, July 47%@ 1 /i, oats % off, and provisions 7 to 10 cents lower. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN. CHICAGO, May 1. (IPs--Wheat: No. 2 mixed 79«c. Cora: No. 2 mixed lake billing 45c: Nc. 2 yellow 47%S4Sc: No. 3 yellow 45te{j;46c; sample grade 38%c. Oats: No. 2 white 32',;c; No. 2 white lake billing; 31U C: No. 3 white 30%«T31ic; No. 4 white 29 KC. No rye. Barley: 40ff80c. Timothy seed: $6S!-6.50 cwt. Clover seed: J9.00i(tl2 cv.-t. Lard, tierces, $5.72; loose lard S5.42; bellies 57.75. MASON CITY, May 1.-Cash Quotations by K. G. Morse Eggs (current receipts) lie leavy hens. 4Va Ibs. and over ..10c -light hens .... ..... ,..,....- ---Springs (heavy breeds) ...... ..10c Springs (Leghorn breeds) ....... 6c Stags ........ . Old cocks (heavy) ... MasonCityGfain MASON CITY, May 1.-Barley 30-45C No. 2 yellow old shelled corn . .34c No. 3 yellow new shelled corn ,33c Produce ... Merchants Quotations ...6c .. 5c Eggs, cash Eggs, in trade Butter, -Plymouth ... Butter, Clear Lake .. Butter, State Brand . Butter, Very Best ... Butter, Dairy Maid . Butter, Brookfield ... Potatoes, peck 12-lSc* .13-15c* 29c 27c 29c 29C 27c 27c ....30c 'EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtained ay calling several downtown grocery stores. CHICAGO I'OCLTRV CHICAGO, May 1. OVJ--Poultry, live, 43 trucks, steady; prices unchanged. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO, May 1. UP)--Butter 11,432, steady; creamery specials (93 score) 24%® 25c- extras (92) 24c: extra firsts (90-91) 23'i@23%c; firsts (88-89) 2214 ®23c; seconds (86-87) 22c; standards (90 centralized carlots) 23c. E-gs 34,971, unsettled, prices unchanged. PRODUCE FUTURES. CHICAGO. May 1. (.TV--Egg futures closed Storage packed firsts May 16KC; refrigerator standards October 18Hc. Butter futures: storage standards Npvem ber 24c. SEW 1'OBK I'KODUCB NEW VORK. May 1. Ml--Butter 20,118 unsettled; creamery higher than extra 254B 25Kc: extra (92 score) 24Sc: first (89-91 scores) 24S?24tec; seconds unquoted; cen trallzed (90 score) 24 lie. Cheese 423.516. steady; prices unchanged Efrgs 40,302, easier. Mixed colors, specia packs or selections Irom fre»h receipts 18V 4i20c: standards and commercial standard 17'ACjHSc; firsts 16SM6%c: seconds 15J4 15?lc; mediums, 40 16s.. and dirties No. 1, 42 Ibs.. IS'/fcc; average checks llc; storage packed firsts J7S l 17!4c. TOP AT CHICAGO DROPS TO $3,80 Most Medium Weights Sold at Prices From $3.65 to $3.80. CHICAGO, May 1. 08-- The hog market ruled steady to 10 cents lower today. Most medium weight swine were sold at prices ranging from $3.65 to $3.80, with the top for all classes at $3.80, 10 cents below Monday's peak. Receipts of 23,000 were exactly as had been expected but were less than the runs of a week ago and a year ago. Packers had 8,000 direct and participated very little in the early bidding. Outside markets were uneven with prices generally ranging weak to 5 to 10 cents lower. Receipts were normal. Cattle were fully steady in price with yesterday's peak quotations. The top for weighty prime steers remained firm at $9.00. Cattle other than heavy weight sold rather slow but mostly steady. Receipts were better than expected and topped offerings of a week ago and a year o. Fat lambs were in great demand with the undertone strong to unevenly higher. The bulk of wooled offerings were held for $10 and more. Sheep" generally firm with receipts of 7,000 under the estimated run and below offerings of a week ago and a year ago. Hog Markets MIDWEST HOGS Hug prices at midwest market-: Tues- da n : ATEBLOO--Prime hogs ISO to 260 Ibs. J2 8533.15; 260 to 30U Ibs. $2.75{l3.05; 300 to 325 Ibs. $2.63®2.95; 323 to 350 Ibs. $2.55 (4285: good packers J2.30® 2.50. CEDAR RAPIDS--Prime hogs 180 U 201) lb $3; 200 to 260 Ibs. J3.10; 260 to 280 Ibs $3.05; 280 to 300 Ibs. J3; 300 to 320 Ibs $2.90; 330 to 340 Ibs. 52.90; good packers to 350 Ibs. 52.35; to 400 Ibs. 52.30; to 450 Ibs. 52.25; to 500 Ibs. 52.20. Corn--Unchanged. OTTUMWA--5c lower; 140 to 160 Ibs. 51.85- 160 to 180 Ibs. 52.85; 180 to 200 Ibs. $3.25- 200 to 240 Ibs. J3.20; 240 to 260 Ibs. 53.20; 280 to 280 ISs. 53.10; 280 to 310 Ibs. $3- 310 to 350 Ibs. 52.85; over 350 Ibs. 52.45®2.75- packers under 350 Ibs. $2.35® 2.00: packers 350 to 450 Ibs. S2.25ffl2.55; packers »ver 500 Ibs. $2.05512.35; thin packers and pigs priced at killing values. DBS MOINZS--5c lower; 120 to 160 Ibs. 51.65®2.65- 160 to 300 Ibs. S2.65Jt3.10: 300 to 400 »s. 52.6032.85; good packers 52.10 ago. AUSTIN--Choice light lights 140 to 100 Ibs. 52.45; choice lights 160 to 180 Ibs. $2.80: choice meaium 180 to 200 Ibs. 53.10, 200 to 250 Ibs. $3.20; choice heavy butchers 250 to 290 Ibs. 53.05, 290 to 350 Ibs. S2.SO. 290 to 350 Ibs 52.90, 350 Ibs. and up $2.70: choice packers 275 to 350 Ibs. $2.55. 350 to 425 Ibs. $2.50, 425 Ibs. and up $2.40. COMBINED HOG RECEIPTS. DES MOINES, May 1. UB--U. S. department of agriculture-Combined hog receipts at 22 concentration yards .and 7 packing plants located In Interior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m. today were 14,800 compared with 16,000 a week ago and 12.200 a year ago. Slow, uneven, steady to IOC lower, mostly 5c lower Uian Monday; loading comparatively light for Tuesday. Quotations: Good and choice, light lights 140 to 160 Ibs. 52.4563.10: light weights 160 to ISO Ibs. 52.75S3.30; 180 to 200 Ibs. S3.05!7T3.40; medium weights 200 to 220 Ibs. S3.10®3.40; 220 to 250 Ibs. $3.106i 3.40;. heavy weights 250 to 2SO Ibs. S3f»3.40; 290 to 350 Ibs. S2.75f?3.25; good packing sows 275 to 350 IbF. S2.50S'2.75; 350 to 425 Ibs. $2.3082.65; 425 to 550 Ibs. S2.20g2.50. No. 3 yellow ear corn White oais, No. 3, 3U ihs., or better XOTICE OF PROBATE OF In District Court April Term, 193*. STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, ss. No, 4512. To All Whom. It M»y Concern: ' YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That an instrument o£ writing purporting to be toe last Will and Testament of Richard Breed, deceased, dated June 7th, 1928. having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 28th day of May, 1934. « « « « ' « heea . r : ins proof or same at the Court House in Mason City. Iowa, before the District Court of *ald County or the clerk of said Court: ' ove WHEAT-May July Sept. .' CORN-May July Sept OATS-May July Sept RYE-May July Sept BARLEY-May July Sept LARD-May July Sept , BELLIES-May July .31c ..22c TUESDAY GRAIN CLOSE. CHICAGO. May 1. (/P.-High .45 .49~i · .29-; .20 i, .29-; . .56 .5711 .38% .40 ' Low .78'.! .44 .46' .29 .29 .29% Close .T8T1 .77% .78 Vi .44% .47?4 . , .2915 5.67 5.90 6.07 y.70 5.911 6.10 XOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo County, ss To Fanny M. Barber and C. H. Barber and to whom It may concent: You are hereby notified that by virlu of a special execution, to me directed, and issued out of the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa, with in and for Cerro Gordo County, upon l judgment rendered in said Court In favo; of John Meier and against Fanny M. Bar ber aua C, H. Barber, for the sum o Thirty-nine hundred thirtj'rfour and 59-100 "Dollars, debt, and Twenty-three and 65-100 Dollars, costs, and Seventy-nine and 35-100 Dollars, attorney's fee, I have levied upon the following described real estate to-wlt: · Lot Four (4) In Block Five (5) Purdy's Addition to Mason City, Iowa, according to the recorded .plat thereof, all- located In Mason City, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, and that on the 21st day of May, 1934, at 2 o'clock P. M., at the front door of the Court House In Mason City, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, 1 will proceed to sell the game In satisfaction of said execution, together with all legal costs accruing. Dated at the Sheriff's office in Mason Citv, Iowa, this 18th day of April, ,1934. J. M. ROBERTSON, Sheriff of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. By ELSIE RAMSEY, Deputy Sheriff. M. E. LAIRD, Attorney a o u n y or wd at 2 o'clock P. M. of the day above mentioned, all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. ' ,,,. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, April 2,tb, 183 '*' s H. MacPEAK. Clerk ot District court. By-- Margaret Rlley. Deputy. IOWA rUBLIU UTILIT1' (Preferred Stocks) Bid and asked on May 1: Cent St El 7 pfd Cent St P L 7 pfd D M Gas 8 pfd (550 par) . D M Gas 7 pfd ($50 pal . Interstate Pow 7 pfd Iowa Electric 7 pfd 6 46 41 15 13 . 11 % Iowa Electric 6^ pfd . la Elec Lt P o w 7 pfd ... la Elec Lt Pow 6 pfd ... 33 la Pow £ Lt 7 pfd la Pow £ Lt 6 pfd la Pub Sen-ice 7 pfd .. la Pub Service 6 pfd ... la South Utll 7 pfd .... Mid States Util 7 pfd N W Bell Tel 6^ pfd United Lt Rys 7 pfd United Lt Sys 6 pfd . 108% . 43 40 50 45 17 16 14 Vi 39% 36 6S 60 43 40 15 46 43 TUESDAY GRAIN OPEN CHICAGO, May 1. (.w WHEAT-May July Sept CORN-May July Sept OATS-May July Sept RYE-May July Sept. 1 BARLEY-May July Sept LARD-May July Sept. ..I BELLIES-May July Open Today .45 .47 S .49 Vi . .29 V4 .29 i Close yesterday . .48 Vi .49!i .29 ! i' .29% .29% Close Yr. Ago .7114 .72 Vi .73 Vi 'EW YORK POULTRY. NEW YORK, May 1. av-Dressed poultry steady to firm. KANSAS CITV PRODUCE. KANSAS CITY, May 1. (d 1 )--Creamery butter 27c. Other produce unchanged. Miscellaneous POTATO MARKET CHICAGO, May 1. UP1--U. S. department of agriculture-Potatoes, 130, on track 344; total U. S. shipments 661; old stock, weak, supplies liberal, demand and trading very slow; sacked per cwt.: Idaho russets U. S. No. 1 51.60: Washington russets combination grade ?1.30. New stock, barely steady, supplies moderate, demand and trading llrht; sacked per cwt.: Texas bliss triumphs U. S. No. 1, $3.35 3 3.45. __ MINNEAPOLIS FLOUR. MINNEAPOLIS, May 1. ·(.!·)--Flour. 15c higher, carload lots, family patents S6.558 6.75 a barrel in 38 pound cotton sacks. Shipments, 32.192. Pure bran, $15.75616.25, Standard middlings, $14.508115. NEW YORK SUGAR. '' "NEW YORK. May 1. lifl--Raw sugar un"changed. Futures 1 point lower. Refined unchanged. Mason City Livestock MASON CITY, May 1.-HUGS Steady to 5 cents lower. Hogs 10 cents lower. . Best sorted lights 200-240 13.15 Best medium weight butchers 240-260 53.15 - $3.00 52.85 $2.50 52.40 Best heavy butchers -Ti ?i K -}i 260-300 Best prime heavy butchers »i 300-325 Best packing sows, smooth ·% 300-350 Best heavy sows, smooth %. 350-400 Best big heavy sows, smooth 450-500 4--ju Light lights, fair to good, (140, 160, 180) ·}i% : V!i$2.20, $2.50, $2.60 TATTLE Choice jouns sleets .- 900-1,000 St.73-5.50 "ySns'sSrs .... 000-1.000 $3.73-4.50 Choke corn fed steers 1.000-1.300 $4.30-5.25 "SrJS, 6 ^:.^ l.UOU-1.200 S3.75-4.30 yearlings and light steers slow, steady; she stock steady with best heavy cows and heifers strong; bulls steady; vealers steady to strong; stockers and feeders scarce. steady; bulk fed steers and yearlings $6,25 ··tfS; several loads heavy steers and medium weights $8.103'8.50; choice 1.280 and 1.246 Ib averages $8.75; heifers mostly $4.75'iD 5.75; choice 728 Ib. weights and around 900 Ibs. $6; bulk beef cows $3S:4.25: cutter grades $2^2.75; medium bulls $2.855i'3: practical, lop vealers $6;' choice selects $6 50 ®7: choice fleshy feeders S6.10. SHEEP 7,000, Including 1.757 direct; lambs uneven: fed wooled lambs 15 to 25 cents lower; clipped and spring lambs steady; other classes unchanged; top fed wooled lambs to shippers $9.85; other bids $9.50 down; best fed clipped lambs held above $8.75; four cars California spring lambs 82 Ibs averages straight 510; choice native spring lambs up to $10.75; shorn ewes down . . $2.75-3.50 Low srade steers .. Fair heifers 600-800 ·nnrt heifers 600-800 ,, Choice to prim, heifers 600-800 S4.00-4.0o TOLEDO SEEDS. TOLEDO, May 1. U 1 }--Seeds unchanged. HIDES, WOOL . .49% .49% APEIL 30, 1934 To Holders of; Home Owners Loan Corporation 4% Bonds An Act was signed April 27,1934, which provides in part, that the holders of the outstanding 4% bonds of the Home Owners' Loan Corporation are offered in exchange a new 3% bond due 1952, callable in 1944. The'new 3% bonds are guaranteed principal and interest by the United States. The exchange privilege expires six months from the day on which the Act was signed. The market on the 4% bondsls quoted 100 1-8 to 100 3-8 and the new 3% bonds are quoted 99 1-4 to 99 5-8 when, as and if issued. INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT First National Bank Mason City, Iowa 3.77 5.97 6.17 7.40 6.50 MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN. MINNEAPOLIS, May 1. t^T'.'--Range of carlot grain sales; Wheat: No. 1 hard spring S3HS85C; No. \ dark northern 82%@87%c; No. 5 mixed Corn and oats not quoted. Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros. Inc, 308 Fifth Street Southwest. HIDES Horsehides Cured beef hides Green beef hides WOOL No. 1 clean bright Semibright Rejects WOOL 5IARKET. BOSTON. May 1. (/T!--U. S. department of agriculture-- . Trading on -wool -was very quiet in the Boston market. Nominal quotations, however, were unchanged from last week. Country packed lots of Michigan medium wools were offered, landed Boston, at around 31 cents In the grease or at 32-33 cents' in the grease ·- -J " J . .23c Ib. . .21C Ib. ..16c ib. gr for graded strictly OMAHA GRAIN. OMAHA, May 1. LTi--Wheat: Dark hard No. 2. 74c; hard smutty No. 3, 71C. Corn: No trading reported. Oats: No trading reported. KANSAS CITV GKA1-N. KANSAS CITV, Hay 1. (.T)_\vheat: S cars; unchanged to 2c lower. No. 2 dark hard 71Vl-@79c nominal; No. 3, 71@7SVic nominal: No. 2 hard 7173VjC nominal; No. 3, 70!i®78 cnominal: No. 2 red 71 Vi® 76c nominal; No. 3, 71©75^c nominal. Corn: 11 cars: %-lc lower. No. 2 white 47$s@4SUc nominal: No. 3, 47S47C nominal; No, 2 yellow 43"AS?43^ic nominal: No. 3. 42 3 4@43c nominal: No. 2 mixed 42^-131 43Vic nominal: No, 3, 42@42%c nominal. Oats: No receipts; %-lc higher. No. 2 white 31SS32C nominal; No. 3, cereal. cens e combing 56s, S blood and 48s, 50s, blood for future delivery. Spot new wools from Ohio and Michigan were offered at 36 cents In the grease for strictly combing 56s and at 35 cents for strictly combing Moving to St, Ansgar. ACKLBY, May 1.-- The O. \V. Bond Market ....$2.00-2.50 ....S2.50-2.75 ... .J2.7S-3.0U 73-1.00 ....$1.25-1.30 ....$1.5U-2.0U ....$1.75-2.20 ....$2.00-2.25 Sutchers cows, fair to good Good to choice cows ... Choice to prime eowa ... nfertor canners Talr to good canners ... Uood cutter cows Common to fair bulls ... ?air to good heavy bulls Good to choice bulls Good .to choice calves, 130-190 ...- -Medium to good calves, 130-190 . ,53.00-4.00 Inferior and common calves. ...$3.00 down LAMBS Medium to good'limbs"- 70-90 56.75-7.75 Buck lambs $1 under grade. Quotations subject to market fluctuations. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO, May 1. (.«--U. S. department ^"oGS^OOO. Including 8.000 direct; market steady to 10 cents lower than Monday; 180 to 280 Ibs. $3.6533.80; top 53.80; 290 to 350 Ibs. S3.40®3.65; 140 to 160 lbs. S3.,5 03.65: most pigs 52.50 down; packing sows 52.8053.10; light HEM good and taolce 140 to 160 lbs. $3.1563.65; light weight 160 to 200 lbs. 53.40S3.80; medium we'ejj' ^TM J° 350 lbs. STOCKS STEADY IN NARROW TRADE Some Scattered Soft Spots in Evidence; Selling Tide Stemmed. NEW YORK, May 1. (/B--The main body of stocks ruled narrow and comparatively steady In today's market. Some scattered soft spots were in evidence. American Telephone lost 1V4 points in active selling. Standard Oil of New Jersey and Montgomery Ward were a bit easy but U. S. Steel, Chrysler, Santa Fe and General Motors ruled virtually unchanged. Transfers approximated 1,350,000 sares. While the selling tide appeared to have been stemmed in today's stock market, and scattered rallying tendencies were discernible, caution wag the watchword among the speculative forces. Wheat dropped about 2 cents a bushel as rains were predicted for the thirsty crops. Cotton was off around ?1 a bale to its lowest level since early January. Bonds were irregular. International dollar rates showed little change. On the dark side of the Wai] Street picture there was seen among other things, the passing o: the seasonal peak of motor car production; debates on the stock exchange control bill in congress; thi erratic tendencies of commodities the check upon retail sales occa the backward spring, and indications of an over-supply of silk and rayon goods in the hands o merchants and manufacturers. -I Che Dye 141 Am Can 100 Am . For Pow 9 Vi Am Pow ft Lt sy» Am Sm Ref 39^i Steel Fdrs 19 Vi Am Sugar 49% A T T 117 t t Am Tob 8 70 V, im Water Wits 20 Stock List NEW 1'OHK STOCKS. NBW YORK, May 1. CIV Flnal Quotations. Air Reduet 100T4 1 T T 13'. illeghany 3 Johns Manv 55 ' ' ~ Kennecott 20' Kresge 19 5 Kroger 31- Llg * My B 92-1 Locws 32? Loose Wiles 411 Lorlllard 17-1 Maytag T. McKess Rob S'. Mid Cont Pet 13 M K T 11' Mo Pac « ' Montg Ward Morrell Nash Nat BIsc Nat Cash Re A Natl Dairy , Natl Distill 29 U I Natl Pow Lt 11 U N Y Cent 30-* N Y N H t H 17'i Anaconda Atchison All Ref Auburn Aviation Corp Baldwin Loco B O Barnsdill Bendlx 3eth Stl 3ordens 10 A 68 27% 41 7% 12% 27 Vf. 27--s Borg Warn Burr Add Canada Dry Can Pac 24 ',i 23?; 14--J1 26 J«S 66 32 Cerro de Pasco Site Ches O Ghee Corp Chi E 111 C ft N W Chic Gt W Chic Gt W pfd C'M S P P C M S P 4 P pfd C R I i P Chrysler 4 Col G E : Comwlth Sou Cons Gas Cons Oil Contl Can Contl Ins Contl Mot Corn Prod Curtlss Wr Deere pfd Du Pont Eastman El Pow Lt Fox Film A Fre«port Ttx 46 46 !i 3* 9% 11 a SO 32 1VS 71 Si 11 93% 92 IK 4354 Curb Market from $4.25. SIOUX CITV LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY, May 1. LP. -- U, S. department of agriculture -CATTLE -1,500; medium and heavy weight beeves active, steady to strong: few better grades shade higher; indications desirable long yearlings little changed; others dull; some interests talking weaker: fat she stock little changed; stockers and feeders In light supply little changed; load lots choice 1177 to 1231 Ib. beeves $8.20ST8.25; bulk steers 1100 Ibs. up $6.25f»7.50; majority yearlings and light steers salable around $5501i6.50; few choice heavy heifers $5.50; most beef cows $364.25; low cutters and cutters mainly 51.75®2.50; Jew medium stockers $4(!14.50. HOGS 6.000; generally steady with Monday's average; top $3.30; bulk better grade 150 to 260 Ib. weights $3.1583.50; 260 to 335 Ib. heavies $2.90®3.15; medium grade butchers mostly S2.75«I3; good 140 to 170 Ib. selections $2.6593.10: sows mostly $2.60 SZ.75; "wet" sows down to $2.25; feeder pigs up to $2.50. . NEW YORK, May 1. LP*--Curb stocks began the new month today with speculative spirits at low ebb. Volume was light for moat leaders, but the market was still subject tr Intermittent pressure and the trend remained downward. Gold mining shares were fairly steady, though recessions developed in some other metals. Stoker Hill and Sullivan yielded more than two points and Newinont, at Its low, was down nearly as much. Lake Shore. Pioneer and Wright Hargreaves displayed little change. In utilities. Electric Bond and share reflected rather steady offerings anj dipped a major fraction. The stock was fairly active. American Gas, Niagara Hudson and American Superpower were more resistant. Pan American Airways. Swift and company. Western Auto Supply "A." Aluminum of America, Hiram Walker, cities Service and standard Oil of Indiana worked lower. Sherwin Williams was firm In its earlier appearances. Genl Am Trans 39 !4 Gen El 21'.4 .Jen Foods 35?y Gen Motor.i 36',4 Gillette 11 Gobel 7T'n Gold Dust 21 Goodrich 15"* | Goodyear Graham Paige Gt Nor pfd Gt West Sug Hudson Mtrs III Cent Int Harv Int Nick Can 35 W 3Vi 25% 29 16 SOU No Amer No Pac Oliver Farm Oliver Farm pf Packard ··'* Fenlck Fqrd 57 fe Penney 62 Penn 32*, Phillips Ret Proc ft: Gam Pullman R C A R K O Kent Rand Rep Stl Rey Tob B Roy Dutch Sears Rocb Shell U Skelly Socony Vac So Pac 20-;, St Brands 21 St G E 11 "i St Oil Cal 34IV St Oil N J 44'i ; Stew Warner 8". Stone Web 8-"i Studebaker 5 5 K Tex Corp 25'. Tex Gulf Sul 35 Tim Roll Bear 32 Un Carb 43 Vr Un Pac 128% Unit Air 223, United Corp 5 3 i U S Gypsum 40 U S Indus Alch 50* U S Rubber 22% . U S Steel 47 Vi Wabash 4 Warner Plct 6«« West El Mfg 37 ?«. Woolwnrth 31',1 \ Wrlfley , 64?i Yel Tr 5!i Cities service Gt Lakes Air Libby-McNell 6U M W Utilities M W Ut 6 pfd Natl Leather CHICAGO STOCKS CHICAGO. May 1. Natl Standard Quaker Oats Swift Co Swift IntI Utll and Ind zenith 3=. MINNEAPOLIS STOCKS MINNEAPOLIS, May 1. (.PI--Stocks closed: First Bank Stock, no trading. Northwest Banco, no trading. INVESTMENT TRUSTS Bid and asked on May 1: Corp Tr Sh 2.05 Corp Tr Sh AA Mod 2.28 Corp Tr Sh Accum Ser .. 1.97 Corp Tr Accum Ser Mod 2.28 KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITY. May 1. UP!-- U. S. partment of agricultur de- artmen o agrcu -HOGS 5.000; 80 direct; mostly steady with Monday's average or 5-10c under best time: top $3.40 on choice 190 to 240 Ibs ; good and choice 140 to 160 Ibs. $2.65i?3.20; 160 to 180 Ibs. S3.IOSf3.35; 180 to 200 Ibs. . . 53155J3.40: 200 to . ; o . 220 Ibs. $3.30ff?3.40; 5 5 . : o . . . to "50 Ibs. S3.305T3.40; 250 to 290 Ibs. . . $325«3.35; 290 to . ; . 350 Ibs. $3.15®3.35; packing'sows 273 to 550 ibs. $2.5082.90. CATTLE 7.000; calves 1,100; medium weight and heavy steers steady to strong; )'· "heavy weight 250 to other classes mostly steady; top 12,5 Ib ,:' pack?ng sows medium weight steers S8.50; 1420 Ib «ish£ SS 2= 350 IDS. $J.4U'U O-OU. JJO.'.n.ii.s j~..u and good 275 to 350 lbs. S2.75ffi3.25;. pip good and choice 100 to 130 lbs. $2(J3.15. CATTLE 8.300; calves 3,500; heavy steers witii weight and belter grade yearlings fully steady; other grade steers rather slow but mostly steady; sales, we),^finished,^eighty rattle firm; top 59 rattle firm; top : es 58.75: cows slow: steady to weak; other killing classes steady; slaughter cattle and vealers. steers good and choice «SO to 900 - NEW YORK, May 1. UP)--saxndary bonds were given an opportunity lor an irregular recovery today, due to *i drying up of'the selling movements which pushed prices down yesterday. High grade issues continued to exhibit a fir intone, and throughout the domestic list trading was again m small A little improvement during the first half of the session marked the loans ot American smelting, Bethlehem Stsel, Canadian pacific, Phillips Petroleum, Postal Telegraph, Southern Pacific, Texas corporation and Western Union. Further small recessions occurred In Alleghany corporation 5s, American and For- ihs. S6S7.75; 900 to A' 100 lbs - *?T*nf: 1.100 to 1,300 lbs. $7.2589; 1,300 to 1,500 lbs 57.50^9; common and medium *50 to 'l 300 lbs. S4.50S7.50; heifers good and choice 550 to 750 Ibs. S5.258P6.50: common and medium S3.50@5.25; cows good ,1® 4 75- common and medium $3© 4; low cutter and cutter S1.75ST3; bulls (yearlings excluded) good (beef) S3.50ff3.85; cutter common and medium S3CJJ3.75; vealers good and choice S5.50©7; medium $4®5.50: cull and common 53^4; stocker and feeder cattle, steers good and choice 500 to 1.050 lbs. 54.75(86: common and medium S3.50@5. SHEEP 7.000; fat Iambs in fairly active demand: undertone strong to unevenly higher with woolskins held for most aaance: bulk wooled offerings held $10 upward; asklns 59 and above for toppy clipped fferings; sheep firm; shorn ewes S3 50®4 weignt sLeeis oo.fu. *^-" ·"- ---a -- -steers 'good and choice 550 to 900 lbs. SO.S_ fr- 50-900 to 1100 lbs. S5.S5W8.15: 1100 to 1300 lbs. 56.50fflS.50; 1300 to 1500 lbs. S6.oO tfifi.SO:! common and medium 550 lbs. up S4f?650 T heifers good and choice 550 to 900 lbs" S4.85ft6.25: common and medium 550 to 900 lbs. S3.25@4.S5; cows good S3.50IB4; common and medium 52.8533.50; low cutter and cutter Sl.S5ff2.85: vealers (mlik fed) medium to choice S3.50W6.50; cull and common S2.50S3.50: stocker and feeder steers good and choice (all weights) S4.25 ' e i t s fed Iambs weak to 15c legnsny corpora-ntm *«. ,m"»«·*--·· -- _,v. f^^^j-u^^., *--.«.j -^. -~~ -- · · - T e jTM p owcr 53, chile Copper 5s, Great t*oru Reid family, who have been resi- [ crn «4 B , Southern Railway 4s and United dents of Ackley the past^two years Drug |, ^ mpt a ,,,,,* higher with treasury loans genoraUy 1-3M o will move June 1 to St. Ansgar where Mr. Reid will be agent of the I. C. R. R. MAY 10 DEADLINE IN CITY SOFTBALL LOOP May 10 will be the deadline for Softball entries in the Y. M. C. A. leagues, Ivan A Barnes, "Y" physical director, announced Tuesday. If weather permits, league play will begin May 21, he said, in calling for the early payment of entrance fees and submission of squad 1 lists. While no official rulebook has been adopted for the league, pending decisions at a rules meeting before league games begin, D i r e c t o r Barnes announced that little change would ba made from last season's code, with the exception of the size of the playing field. The 60 foot baseline will be used for early practice games, and may be adopted for the summer. with treasurv oans 2-32d3 of a point higher. Trading interest m the federal group was HmltedJ Southwest Carriers Win Contest in G-G Softball Loop Games The Southwest Globe-Gazette Carriers defeated the Northeast Carriers 10 to 6, getting 9 hits to 6 for the losers, as the Carriers softball league opened in the Y. M- C. A. e-ymnasium Monday. At a special meeting last Thursday, the league was organized, with four teams, representing northeast, northwest, southwest and southeast sections of the city. The location of the carrier's route determines the team on which he plays. Carriers are expected to find out from I- W. Hillstrom, Globe-Gazette circulation manager, the team with which they play and its captain, and be out for the next game Thursday at 7 o'clock. Indoor games at the Y gym will be played during the early season, with outdoor con tests due later, ostly (q eep rm; s tations on shorn basis); lambs nostly (quoLauuus uu anu.,. ,/»«.-/, 0 Ibs down good and choice $8.35®.9; com- non and medium S5.50g8.50: S. to 98 lbs. ood and choice SSSS.S5; 90 to 150 Ibs. ood and choice $3@4.10: all weights com- lon and medium $233.50. SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL. May 1. (JTV-U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 2,800; mostly yearlings and Ight weight steers here; largely medium to good killers; opening sales steady; demand low and undertone easier; weightier beeves -ery scarce- quotations uneven; cows fully steady; medium fo good 750 to 1050 Ib. yearlings S5®6: some held toward $7; common down to S4.25: medium to good heifers S4 25@5 25; common to good cows S2.S3W4. ow cutters and cutters S1.75S2.75; 'bulls S'.SOSS- steady; stockers slow, supply accumulating; few common kinds around $3.50; calves 2,700: steady to 50c higher; good to choice 140 lbs. and above $5@6: selections $6.50. , ,, ,, HOGS 6,000"; weak to nc lower than Monday's average: packing sows about steady better grades 170 to 250 lbs. mostly S3.30Sf3.35: few lots strictly choice medium weights 53.40; practical top $3.35; heavier weights and medium grades down to S3, and be'.ow; bulk packing sows 52.-W- 2SO- eood pics S2S2.50 or better; light light's salable mostly S2.75®3.25; average cost Monday $3.1S; weight 226; for the month: Cost S3.48: weight 219 ibs. SHEEP 1.000: 672 direct: meager supply on offer: early indications around steady on all classes: bulk good to choice wooled lambs Monday $9.50®9,75; better clipped lambs oo an co . f?6.25'; common and medium all weights V ~SHEEP 9.000: lower- market not established on spring lambs; top wooled lambs to shippers S9.i5; native spring lambs up to $10.7o: some held higher; spring lambs choice S10.25®11: pood. S9.50@10.25: medium S8.25@9.50: lambs good and choice (x) 90 lbs. down SS «I8 CO- common and medium 90 Ibs. down S7.ff8.09: good and choice x) 90 to 9S ibs. 57 855?S GO- yearling wethers, medium to choice 90 to 110 lbs. S6.25577.60; ewes, S ot,d and choice 90 to 150 Ibs. S3.505f4.35: feeding lambs (range) good and choice oO to to lbs.. blank. ,. (x-- Quotations bised on ewes apd wetti- "(Note: Spring iambs excepted, quotations on lambs on shorn basis). Two Fall Match Will Head List of Friday in-M;C~. Armory Ring Two falls out of three will be featured in a wrestling main event at the armory, Friday night. May 4. On that date, Matchmaker Joe Kelly of the American Legion drum corps, has matched Milo Steinborn, 240 pound heavyweight grappler, and Alan Eustace of Wakefield, Kans., who tips the scales at 230 pounds. The 30 minute semiwindup will be between Babe Camera of Des Moines and "Tag" Tageson, local heavyweight mat artist. They met in a 30 minute match a few weeks ago. "Gentleman Jack" Hader, "214 pounder from Kansas City, Mo., was also signed to oppose Frank Topas, the "Bulgarian Lion," who is making Minneapolis his present home. Hader and Topas will meet in a 30 minute time limit match. Earl Turnure, local heavyweight grappler, who has just, returned from" Michigan, where he has met the best at his weight, was signed to appear in 20 minute time limit bout. Matchmaker Kelly will announce his opponent at a later date. Dividend Sh Nationwide Sec Nationwide Sec Vtc ..... Nor Amer Tr Sh Nor Amer Tr Sh 1955 Quarterly Inc Sh ..... Selected Am Sh · Selected Cum Sh Selected -Income. Sb ,. Super Corp Am Tr A U S E! L Pow A U S El L Pow B U S El L Pow B Vtc 77 No 2.41 N o . a. 41 1.23 3.48 1.3S No No 1.42. No N o , , ,3.52 O0..S5 2.91 N6' 12--i · · 13H i 2.07 2.17 . 1.21 . 3.33 . 1.28 . 1.85 . 2.33 . 1.31 . 2.46 ..6.76 Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BBOTHEr.S AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck Building Telephone No. 7 CHICAGO STOCKS Bendbc Corp 17 Borg-Warn Cp 23% Butler Bros 10'i Cities Service Co 2s; Cord Corp Lib. Me.. tLib 6V-1 Marshall Fields 16»ij Quaker oats 111 , Swift Sc Co 16=1 Swift IntI Co 29!j Gr Lks Dredge 20 if, U S. Gypsum 40 Key St Wire 191! Walgreen Co 26 NEW YORK CURB PRESSBOX LIVESTOCK YOKECAST. CHICAGO, May 1. (JPI-- Official estimated receipts tomorrow: Cattle, 10,000; hogs, 19,000; sheep, 8,000. Representative Sales CHICAGO, May 1. (. : T--U. S, department of agriculture--Representative sales: Heavy-28 340 52 287 47 272 55 244 Mediums-39 237 89 229 ;o ' 214 52 202 Steers-- OMAHA LIVESTOCK OMAHA. May 1. LT--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 9.000: opened -weak to 5 cents lower on butchers. later trade fairly active and averaging fully steady: packing sows 5 to 10 cents lower; desirable 180 to 270 Hs. 15l!f3.25; top S3.30; sparingly: medium Brides down to $2.85: belter 270 to 350 Ibs 52 80Gt3.15: few loads strictly choice 280 to 290 Ibs. 53.25; most 140 to 180 Ibs. S2 60SJ3.15: feeder pigs $1.7582: packing sows mostly 52.60«?2.6J; average cost Monday S3.01; weight 235; for April 53.29: weight 251. CATTLE 10.000; calves 500; weighty steers and medium weights active, strong to 25 cents higher, mostly 10 to 15 cents up; 18 1393 1123 1068 1173 1212 942 725 855 Shorn Lambs-120 88 250 83 150 85 Wooled Lambs-250 200 221 236 HOGS. Lights-3.50 80 195 3.65 75 182 3,75 46 181 3,80 S2 172 Light LighlS-- 3.7.) 36 154 385 27 142 3.80 3.75 CATTLE. Heifers-9.00 10 1059 43 109S 24 746 9 680 COWS-5 1326 4 1130 10 981 2 730 SHEEP Spring Lambs-7 63 26 64 Shorn. Ewes-11 130 6 174 8.T5 SX50 8.50 7.75 6.oO fi.OO 5.50 S.CO S.SO S.50 10.15 10.00 10.00 8.85 3.73 3.75 3.6S 3.60 3.35 6.73 ti.60 6.25 4.75 4.75 3.50 2.75 2.00 11.50 11.00 4.00 3.50 Hecla Mining G» Hi Walker Co 39 y Hud Ell S 13- Humble Oil Co 42', Nlag Hud Pow Pennroad Corp S O Ind Co : S o Ky Co Un L Pow A Utll P LI Co U. S. BONO QUOTATIONS NEW YORK. May 1. (JO--United States government bonds, closed: Liberty 3%s 103.31. Liberty First 4Vis 104.5. Liberty Fourth 4Us 104.5. Treasury 4'is 47-52 110.30. Treasury 4s 44-54 107.7. Treasury 35is 40-43 June 103.1S Treasury 3'Ss 46-49 101.7. Treasury 3s 51-55 100.1. (Continued from Sports Page) double my bet on that choice and wager enough on the second choice as a saver.. "Sometimes I switch my system. When I do not play the two choices to win I make a big bet on the favorite to show. Under such a system one will collect more bets than he'll Jose," the colonel said. * * * And here are some practical items of advice on seeing the derby. They are from the writing of Charles B. Farmer in Esquire ma- ga2;ine . . . in case any North Iowa folks are going to Churchill Downs, there are some good hints here. "Unless you-ve reserved a box in the clubhouse, don't take a chance on getting a seat in the general stand. The crowd has been pouring into the Downs since dawn. Every unreserved seat has been taken; and already the crowd along the home-dash stretch rail is 10 deep. So, stop your taxi and buy a step-ladder; let the second chap purchase a small keg; the third had best get a plank, (or, a tailor's goose will serve) --I saw a score in use last year. t t t "What foolishness is this you ask? Well, I'm telling you how to see the Kentucky Derby. Not one person out of 20 at the track that day catches a glimpse of horses m action. The reason--the early rail- birds bar the view, so come prepared. 'Tut up your step-ladder be- Am Gas Elec 26 Vi A Cyanamld B 20 Vi Am Sup Pow Co 27s Ark Nat Gas A IX As G Elec A 1 Can Ind Alk 1271 Can Marconi 2% Dist Corp Seag 187g Si Bb Share 15Vi Ford M of Can 23% Ford M of Eng 6« NEW VORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 19Vi Int carriers Am Bank Note 20=4 Am Beet Su Co HVi Am C Fy Co 275i Am Eoll'g Mills 21% Amer Metal Co 22% Am R S Co . 14% Amer Tob Co 70 ¥1 Armour Co A e 1 ^ As Dry Goods 15 Bel Hemingway 13% Best Co 33 mi -'^^'-ys Briggs Mfg Co 17S Budd Mfg Co 6- s Byers A M Co 25 Calif Packing 34% Caterpillar Trac 30% Coca Cola Co 119 ?i Com Credit 32 Vi Com Solvents 25% Cont Oil 2051 Cr of Wheat 33 Cudaby Packing 46 Curt-Wrl Co A 9% Doug Aircraft 21 Eaton Mfg Co 19% Elec Auto Lite 23 V, Erie R R Co 205i 21 18 Fire T Ru Foster-Wheeler Glldden Co 25;« Gt North'n Ore 13% Hahn Dept Sirs 6?i Hershcy Ch Co 6l"'« Houston Oil 24}i Houst Oil (new) 4% Hupp Motors 4H Indust Rayon 72=i SI Kelvinator Co 17 1 , Lambert Co 26'. Liquid Carb Cp 31 1 Loose-Wiles Bis 41' Mack Truck 29 v Mathieson Alg 31 = McLellan Stores 3 7 Mex Seab'd Oil 35? Min, Mollne Imp 3", Motor Products 31', No Amer Avi 5V Otis Steel Co 5 : Owen 111. Glass 84 Park Utah Cop -I Peoples G Li 33' Pillsbury Flour 26'- Plymouth Oil 13 = . Prod Refin ·· Pub Ser of N.J 37= Pure Oil Co U · Purity Bakery 16 Reo Motors 4V St Joseph Lead 20 f Simmons Co 18M, So Calif Edison 17v Sperry Corp 9" Tide Wa As Oil 12- U S smelter 11G Utll P 4'Li A 3 Vanadium 24 T Union Oil Calif 17 Un Gas Imp 16 r Warren Bros '10-"-. Western Myld 13= Western Union 51' Worth'n Pump 25 Young S T 25'· hind the rail crowds; place the keg close by, connec'' them with your plank or tailor's goose, this impromptu grandstand will accommodate thre" not-too- bulky persons. Don't be embarrassed by doing this. You will note 900 other groups--dignified gentry--doing the same thing. After setting up the stand, you can hire an exercise or stable boy--they come by droves across the infield for this service, to watch your setup until derby time. Give him a two dollar ticket on his Derby choice and he will be happy. * * * "If you don't wish to go to this trouble, you may rent a disused tomato box from an urchin beginning an Oliver Optic career. He will charge you $5 or 510 for two minutes use of it during the races. It's f worth it--you've come hundreds oC miles to see this race, haven't you :" if

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