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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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OTT G WHHWl AZrrr* MiVITY jUgkts *nd Butcher* Beit m Demand as Hog Market Reversed 1 CHICAGO, March 3.1. ( A - A reversal in trend of. hog- prices: cut Bhort the- efforts of buyers to force values. under. the $8 mark and brot out the 'highest price .of the-week. Lights _and Butchers had the, most urgent call at Hhe- outset, shippers the market . good 1 support, lacking- nwi.*T«-ue 1W. 'M0(.M: Bigs; good and choice 7^1W tta.'rT#TT5. ' · CATTUB w»; «IT« JMi not -enough o« any.' one cWsi* offered to -t««l prices; -thin Miht weight slock.re *S-1«:, steers., goo**** cJolee;.- 800-1300 :lbs; 7.«0«JOr HOO-1SOO IB*. 8r,73® 10 ^txsaiiaott-and: medium. 800.l*s; UP fS.15SlT.TSt .heifer*,'- good and} ebole*,, 360-810 Iba. 88.T5e»! common" an*' saedlum SSO-SSO Ibt; .84.2JS.8.75; "'cows; --goo* }ld cnolce. 8S@8;i5!' common and tneilum HOB; lo» 'cii«tr~ and · cutler .- 82.7804: -ve»«r* mlUc (*d) -'mnlhiin to choice i5.M9t: cull and common :«®S.5tf; -etocjfcr aad feeder steers, a^ and ehofe* Cat! weights) »: common. and r me«lui* aH 'weight @8 T5 · '· ' v ''· . '" '·' - '·' ' i SHEEP. S.60«! SB«ll. i,06» on sale ;.- Hmlt- ed week-ecd surely. of .lame* itiontj.ihMp steady ;"ne*t wooied .. -Iam«* offered . .»*·**: lambs, good ani hole«. BO.Pn. . down. -8T.T ®8.50: medium »0)lbs. dbwri,88;7«T.T5: common, all ..weignt*. «s:28e8.TS; medium to cnolci Sl-100 ''»·· 88.T5eS.40! ewes. medium- to choice,' 15»."lb«. 'rdown 83.29v 4.75. - : ' · . · · ' .-; . . - - . .· ' · ' WHEAT FIRM IN . with small local killers: active competitors .at prices that .were 10@20c above Thursday's average L' prices. Hogs weighing 160 : pounds .topped early at ?8.15 and many loads of 170® 210 weights crossed the scales at ?86*.80. Fresh receipts of 2,000- included 10,OOO forwarded straight to: packing- plants and 5,000 stale hogs were on hand. ·· v · · Cattle trade showed relatively Jittle activity. Initial action 1 , was confined almost entirely .-to. the search for good- beeves of medium to strong weight and unfortunately they were scarce .In the slim -run of 2,000. Calf buyers were on hand early and. promised to. Imake short ·work of the fresh; supply - o f ; 1,000 vealera. ' . :. A fourth of the run of 10,000. live ^muttons was consigned -direct :. to packers. Some Borders were in the hands of eastern buyers, .-but in the absence of brisk competition, at the outset they deferred filling orders. Strong- prices were asked for .fat Iambs. . .' ' : ··' ,,Hogs closed very alow. wltlimpit of early advance lost. Cattle flrililled unchanged. and ·fceep strong to 2Se advance. ' ' ·- V LIVESTOCK rOBECAST-. -'· '·» . CHICAGO, MarcS JT.^.Estl mated receipts for. ton, 8,000 ; eatt;e, .'MO ; · , sheep. 2.^»- C»W Weather U.«*. t*Fe»r developed fa wheat; lite today, low' tempt r»tur«« southwest STOCKIST Urt Werki ofEHorit .. CHICAGO, liarcil 37. MV-Otfietal «·«· mated- receipts. tomorrow: CalUs ZOO, : noj« 10,000, sheep; 1,000. "· ;,. ·· .; .. · . , NSrtv · /TTORKj __--,, .-- ----- ·tocTrmarket'.stlU felt a bit,Vobbly "·f ' !-- reports that generally raipw preceded the coW .- wave, , and .furnished * blnket: to .winder wheat.- -At tlin«s, July wheat ro«s-,t6;^bjiwt ,1 cent premium over September M a result of ·preadmjr operaUoiii.' ; - Wl«»t 'el««td »tr5«ttr, mc(»ni»d (».2«.c lip;. '·wrai'MViie ·iy»r»«: o*U « t ' H e "«.«- etfb« to H » K e nrt*(i *** «j f rort Jc «tbick, Ib; *;rto Representative Salet · CHIC AGO. Mrefc M. u Mlectcd by the U. «. !ei»rtment of ^- " · - ' L ' · ... . . jf»t Wooled'-tamlM-r Shorn | Local Hogs MASON CITY, March 27.--Best sorted lights, 180 to 230 Ibs.; $7.20; best medium weight: butchers, -240 to 260 Ibs., ?6.90; best heavy butchers, 270 to-300 Iba., $6.70; best prime heavy butchers, 310 to .350 Ibs., ?6.50; best packing sows,.300 to 350 Ibs., $6.00; best heavy sows, · 360 to 400 Ibs., $5.80. " ' . 135 200 235 ST5 350 450 m- 103 341 40: 10. 12. 33. · M . ' »4 . ' 8 8 '- 9l '· ··10* · · 78.-.10 ',75" 10Z 69 74 to ·.10 229 s.oo -so ' · · »s: o.OO MO , M . 8.8R -18O · .f4 8.85 Fat Wooied 1J7S-.18 . ; 1» H.35 8.15 8.00 'T.75 .8.75 25. S.I55 14 8.SO 'It 8.-U 3 .8.25 8.00 .·7,50 · iso 143 ' 5-00 · 4.85 4.T5 L 4! SO 4:ofl m 30; · Heavy'.' 42 " 58 , ' 51" : · S» ; 45 1100 1040' ' 1120V · ms M5. ' 1058 '1183. MS '88S 'Heifers^-'.-.. :V».7S' 10'., ;·"-. 7.41 SJiO" 8 ' -US' '-'··."OH" 1 !!;--" »4Z · -'·T.W-cbws-- . T.bO',10 , - . 11»0 7.J5:,U,:! ;.7;.00-.1». ·Voo'V '··-' · ..-HOQS. 108» 745 " jCHICAOO IJVISIOCK CHICAGO, March ST. MV- United BtatM iSXs'K.^^'"^!: lOffJs. wan- tr- heavlex up least; .top »8.25 *parlngly; ». *8.00e8.15: 220-320, .Ibj-JT-W® 140-210 . . . , . 8.00; Piss $T.50®8.00: packing fows light llghta, good and. . cholca l«020 , 0; Pi «T5! li 3 M . » S 0008.15; _ SB 00®8.25; medium -weight .200-! W 57 5511.25 heavy, weight «0-3»- @7.70; packing now. 2T5-MO IM B.7S; daughter plB» 100-130 lb. t.10. fed.iteen CATTLrl'S.OOO; calves 1,000: and _ grades ""~ing to 50c higher; ,, .--,,,Wi .tgUjhaJkl i*m««,'-jMJ!M id yearlings slow; weak .to 25e lower! low ·ades she *tock steady; yearllnr.helfers;and liter grade beef cows dullr nun* steady and .-1...1 -»M**» «« lto ftlffhervmlauffhter cattle VIM. 18.256UO.T5; SOO-1100 :,. 30.78; IJOO-SsOO lb«. 88.75811.00; - . ··']b. : -W.T601I.OO; common and medlum : *001300 lb»: »5.00@8.75: helfera good'and choice S50-850 los. 86.5089.00: common and m«d- ' Juni »5.50@T.OI); cowi food and eJwlce »4.M «B.2S; common. Md medium . »4. 00® 5. 23; JSw cutter and cutter S3.00®4.25; . hult, y«arllngi exeluaed) good and ebol^{b*O »4.25«I8.75; cutter to medium *3.75®4.85: ·vealen (milk fed) good, and choice *S.H9 Jl.OO; medium «.60®8.50; cull and com- anon t5.00®«.50; stocker and. feeder «»Uei »te«ra good and choice 000-1050 .Ib.. 37.509 ' · 322 304 -287 . 2T2 '258. 84 252 Medium-87 244 61 238 50 2*7 »4-: .218 52: '· · 313 202 ' 7.10', 84 ..'7. »·'«-' . 1.80 .'8* . · ,, · 7.40: S3 , - 7:50 43, T.SO ~ 44 · 7.7* 82 ' 7.75 -27 7.'80 12 . 7.90. 21 ·· 8.00 ·'. B.IO -, 1B7" 150 144 1ST in · 8.80 '4,90 8.U -.8.10 s.'oo 8.10 8.0C S'M 8.10 8.1 S T.90 8.00 · · . CHICAGO, 'Mitch. ZT.;W»r-Wl»«t-- No. 1 h«rd 1»Kc; No. S »MOt4« fr»4« h»rt Me; He. I a«rt»«m.«pt»« »0e; ' mtl«4, We. . . . , Com-- No. .l'mlx»d »l»6H4e; . Up. ;3 ' raii . . - . · No. i mlxtd Sac; K. a-rtlVw:«H0«IKc: Ko.-l yellow (·t4)'.'«4 L U: No.'i.ytUew.Sia Me; HO.-J* yeIlowi-5THe«»e;\Ne. '* 'y«lWW »He; «o. ». ~now\s«Hc;; No. J.;«HJ« «IM«: No. S whlU. ·OH^He; Ne. * wMU 58H»5»Hc. '· ,- ·'· - . . · · " - " . . , : = . ' :;;.. . i 0«ti-- No. 9 WhlU »U O .*«'; -No. * WMt« :«: -rib* |lo.TSt . . - . . . Otbi'nrl» tt»n wu UtU lit lh« W» ·»'·' 4ii5l' : iiit.lK««i .s'reuy w«l - - ', «cllod tiii b«*a uil b 'In D«l»wmr». 1«»- Wettern Ihrtltd *M«-s«lls»-»ml MH. "rtflftlloB lo.''th« .ihotr^et New./totli;..C.»lrii wN.eh owBiii .law btort af--tkii-.*toek.VWlhna.-(alM to Ukt «c»loi 6B.".th»-iMtl»! qunrlttW *J«Tm«1lt.toW»Kl!.»C-, ' ' .. The list 'worked · ;lyw.er'.; during jmuch of: the ses«lon,-althp irporidlc Efforts werV inadV'toTbfd/up 'specialties. Cash-Register dropped * to the ·» · 1 _:_-J'_»..'· *L _1 .'I - ^«-- _ .:-, 1I^.sV9_ _ -.I-- * H t*b*Vat - XKW YOBK JKTOCX8 A1r Jlrtnc · Int .Kick- C«a Jti .' -· .Am IloU Mm. 80 Lout* O fc ; .Hack' " r Eastman lost', as.; much,- and issues off -3 or -more ·Jnchided ^ American ' iAm S» * R.f 4SU · Xath^Alkan ·SvSC^*" 3s --M^ *»·' ~ Am Toh B ' '· 118 Mex 8ca .Oil. Am Wat Wks . ' e»W :Mid Cont oil Anaconda . 3»\4 « *JT - * ' - - - - - - Ho,*" - ·T«Jetiibne,-.,'UiiidBL ' C Pnxhtctfe, ''C?o6Jy«ar* . '.'Corn cmnalitlow . . '·aM.'off. ' . . . . , Buiiniw of ',thi.«m»»!iy-llMK«n'J»Mlin up well, w f»r .ii roh:ra«'l« -oon«ctBtd .but ' , . tb«: in«»llit»rtry . rtflectloti . tiki ionni ··BPIICHON mrvrntp .-·, - · March 27v Barley: v. Oitta " Ear corn . . . -Nb.i 4 ,,,'.... .'. . . . . .'43e ' " - ' ' ' would "· h» i , rrdne- Its -rate freqaently' mentlon*d In .this ' can; Smelling and. Refining. It li bellefed that the" rale win h*.:reauce«l »:tt bills whea.'the .director* pert.; «^n^yr*^^toiTonifkin^ - -' . ,i»r · natntil .Ui»V -fi*lvKr at ;'«u*r *'v»b*U« il«i» aoW: t h ' inlo. Xa«t ' TT. S; Steel kwt *,polhti and several ":·«!», -includingr '.Texaa ..Caff., · and S tandaird of 'IJe w Jersey.'vNe* Tork and ; California,; eased further Int n^w, low' ft puhd. :Americaii Can ABd Cam ..were -.bid '· up agateirt, the general -trend; however, -· and' some of'" the" gold ' 'njiriing inues :were' r no- tabl« ~flrrnifpo»a, Alaska Juneau riiing -about 2 ; points to above 12, 'th'«;be'st price for' th'is issue iix some time.. .'·'-.·: V ··:·······:: .·;·.. - ,'. . · ; The- bond : market . aleo -waa .Inclined ; ,to s"ag. Call . money : wag · in fair, supply, at '!%per. cent, after ' ' ' ' . (ioa * .downward- nirliton -.IB (1M nt« not; WsMtTftrMiC' -ti ,'Vtom«.i«li»«T«n who 'call x'Ctcnttoa ·tb'-.Uw'.JfKV'tHat Oman U«l ' ' - - ·*»« /ttptCTenltd Hog Marketg CXOWL WKJCAT--_; . : Mar. old...... - ; "- new*-"* -May «W.:.;,... Hl»h ·ABVANOZS . '.'Tti«--«i»»oi«' In u» c»n money. nu to-! Arm of m B JLtchtsoh A'tl Ret ' ·IH . 1«H ii* ·'It? 25V, HVi ' at w NOTICE OF KENEWAI, OF CORPORATION - . . , Pursuant to, the provisions of Section'. 8870 of the 1927, Code of Iowa, and'amtndments thereto, notice-. Is htrtby published df.thelre- oewal of the ,lncorp6rat|pn and ,du^ ration of the corporate, .existence -,ot fce Pleasant Hill' Telephone"Com- paiiy-fbr a further term of."twenty years. - - ^ - - Auburn .. - ·! ?orp B «r.O ..- Bamsdell'A, : Bendl*. Av . Beth' It ! - , ' · Borden" ... , - 2374 ES. 1IK 31 S Kallroaii .obligations .were; pressed "-by .^ the 1 Tether,, sorry; s, ing · being- imauJe, 1 by.\Fe.bruary,;) Tperating:-:income,ireports; -,.. : . · ; .Notable. amongg thesejwas;JPentJr · same . , , UBB ot. )O«M by t*nM ·BjouoMBf to; c lo llOO-,ooo,WO.', 1 *B«.»c«relty-of - ·' ' . i»«yi»t»it.- of Uu ' 4f » -factor'worklni jfrir nnnem 1ncUM im»rk«V -Wllh :iooney:,;t»tc« ai low u ''·!», Ht(l*Vcoo«rn: -Ij.fdt'owr day^e' «*,y-'ftactaatloM at :thl» -Urn*. Just .mr-mar i»-e«U moeey'wasiSH per..«eit. while .two age. It :WM. «**-. center .of - all rwutt- of th*.- *pectacnjar- rise ·July ·:-.-., Sept. . . . . CORN-Mar., 0M.;...;; May 'old...!!. ''.UK' -.-,-.«% · By Tins ASSOCIATED; ·Hoi-prices-at Iowa markets;«··«-*.- .., CEDAB HAMDS--FrUae hogs:. Me«ura «.«5®T.15; . -.heavies- .88.8SS8.8S; ., UghU 18.t5j97.15; -packers -85.8iS8.lS. ^ . . JlES : *IOlKES-i4,400:.10c higher; prime; KghU-87^7*40:-prime mediums S8.VQ9T.X3; primel heavies . 18.3097;- good ; packeri 8S.50 ®.yrnrafWA--loc -, higher;-, 120-1 ».na'.' 85.15; 1SO-180 lb*. »8.75;.-l»0-»0:lb«. »TUJ; 510-560 Ins. S8.*5;- MOrlOp. Ib*. 48.85; JOO- 350. Ib*. 88.S5; over 380' Ibs. 8«.05:, B** packers. 85.80; fair packer^ »4.»».'.-. . . ^ r s~f?.._j L _ , , hoja; ;.no-jjo,;;16a.v July Sept. ..;...' OATS-- · : · ilar. 1 . oM.vi May 'old:;. - · . ' new.. Jury .. **t- .:.......sin-- - '-.'.· Mar. -. «»!..- May, old.'.; '. new;. J«ly ! ...... tut. . .; »».*·· t.tS; SM-SSO Ib».-»«'259».Ml loffi.'packm |5.7Beo;10/ ! ..'.·y ·'·.·'.'.-··'·' i ·.'/" - '.· · '· - ; -DTU ; Mirth, . parlmtnt of . afrl««ltttr»-- , - ' ·,·.-*-. '275: common a n d medium . . SHEEP 10.000; -faf lamb« iteady lo ·trong; tendency higher; ·beep unqbinged; ·arly nullt good an* choice lamb« 88.60® £.86 to packers: but held abore W; clip-. ·sen 18®8.25Blaughler iheep and lamba: l^mbs, BO'lbi: down, ' good aad choice $8.30 ©e.25; .medium I8©S.6O; »1-100 Ibi., medium to choice *7.BO@B; «11 'welrlitJ, , ioon S8.5008; ewes, 90-150 Ita-i medium, to choice 13.50 ®5;. mil weight*, cull and com mon 3.204. , · . .' . . , . - - , . . . . . . .-. Combln«d-bol' rtttlptiat » eoaecntnUoB yarti: ajtdJ7' padgbf : pianb-. kx»»d In ln- ertor Iowa .and oulh«r* MhUMoU for .th 24-hour period end«d,a,t,ltt a. m. .today wtn SS.200, comDarea -with M.TI)0-»: w»*-.ari. ^Btronc t»: iOe-hlihtr, mortly lOc bliher; May ·....;.' Jury. ...".-·;. .MS." .'.'si"'. .say. -.»£ .n± -si* .»*.. ,. I.t2 ; . ···***· '.BM.. · . .32 ·'.S2S4 · · ? . . . . ABCKaUCAX. UOKT: .. . .:. A»X1KGS OIVIN .·:·"·,"·,· . - ..'·· American.' U«1it" and'.. Traction, «ib«1d!ary '.of th« Unlttd; tlfhl l a . companjv mrart«l a eotKoHdated n«t [neon* of -. HO.ns.HT, -a^utrahnt, after; .jt»f«ttd to-W.44 »;'h«« ^'" t *? 1 ^ ol » m °; .with Ml , against $6,209,642 . W.-vttie month .of last year. . ' . - · ; · -- . : The : -. weekly building swlstios were only ..very.- mildly : «ncou"f agipg. ' ' % ' - ' Burr Add. Can.-Dry - Can'lae. -' Cerro t Che* * O .chie ai : w chic pt w-: c * N.w. ·4,1/i ' T5 . 37 ',1. Moot W.ard Morwil. :. Vot .Wheel. Kash · Nat. Bis · ' . ,. . Nat: ch Beg. V28 Nat-Dairy · 48 Nat row * ! It · 40 Nat Tea 21 · W T Central No.-Ata . No Pac . Otis St rae-O * Packard: Par»*-J?ul * Ir 2S: Trot *V,Oam . Pub -BerV. N f . as*. 'Ih 33 ft C^l'-'dra-pnoT Cpml. lr CotnwlUi.So 'The Tied it above 12 ifrom' a. January low of 7. -' ' ' "" Curb Market -. , . ot»ll',4«3(l»7'o»-.tli«:»m«,-b»»li-«f ejapttalL " ' «tkn Jo . lB.ItO11UIl-.XW.. . - . - . - . .... . ····: .. ·· · , onjM. ^revenues, 'of * operating · wbsl«larte» decllned^-.to 844.o4J.45l :aa', oMUoarjd, With M8,8»4:80»riii; : lh* .prevloas year; .th* dwp arlstng', becmoi*' o'f cartslW ' (*J 'sales. CHICAGO, ' -"Clo**- :Tr. Ago.. Manb 27. Today. -tiW.*.;-;. SOUTH 6T. PAm WYISToicK. · SOUTH ST. PAUL, March. 2T. UP)-- V. · fleprtment of agriculture -- ?. CATTLE 2,200; market very llow, large ly oleer tun; matured klnd«. predomlnatuie; quality very desirable; levenl can 'o( price heavy uteera considered nlable around 810 Dune all weight*, »7®9; eatly - acUon con lined to yearling! 8T.75 dawn; beeves. fully iteady, general tendency, however, weak on matured nteera; ih« itoclc- little. ^changed cutur |3®4; bulls 54.50 down; feeder*, and ·tocken slow, calves 3,100; Tealen atrbc to 50c higher; good grades 3T0B; choice kinds JB.oO@8.50; few J10 and better.. BOOS 11,500; market fairly active, vn- evenly 10-25c or more higher than Thun- day's average; better · 150-220 Ih, weights *T.608T.7S; top 37.75; 2JO-ZSO »'. averagell 47.3307.60; -250-380 Ib. butchers 18.75(9; 7.3J; 100-X40 Ib. average* I1.1SS; Kin J6S5.15; average cost Thursday . 3T.12, yelcht 242.- · ' · . - . · · .1 · SHEEP 2,000; no early sale* or . bids; Sacking steady on »U clasies; late Thursday 38 'spring lambs averaging -83 Ibs. »t 111. siocx crrv UCVTSSTOT'K. . , · i SIOUX CITY, Marcfc 27.' inn-- U. B.. de fcirtment of agriculture -CATTLE 1,000, calves 200; beef steers and yearlings slow, steady to e«y; other classes little changed; few good mixed year^ lings' 18.25; bulk 'steen"and -yearlings 87.75 down; few fed heifers up to S7.25; most cows S4.25@5: packer vealer Up 88;. good beef bulls to 35. . , · ' HOGS 8,500. fairly acUve to shippers -for 360-230 Ib. butchers 15-20C higher; 250-270 Ib. welgbU 10-15C up; other weights dull; racking BOW* strong to 10e higher; 160-2OO ib. butchers largely K.40O7.50, top J7.C: 210-230 Ib. averages *7.25®7.50; .250-270 Ih. weights moaUy ' »7®7.15; packers Inactive; packing sows mainly 18.15®8.35; few amooth UghLs 38.40. · , SHEEP 1,BOO, fat lamrm opening strong to 25e higher; medium weight* wooied lambs Sj.50; clippers f: holding belt wooied lambs toward 39; small lots 80 Ibs. spring lambs ¥13; other classes steady. . mant«tlns fairly heary; bulk of 170-330 llu. J7. 10^7. 40; ckMCty .aorted 1SO-J10. .Ft). wdthta up ' to *7.55; 240-2M Ik. W«(XU mo«Uy W.JS®T.tS; i choice S40 lb».- «» to QuoUUorii ^"1004 'aid ehoiia: tlghli. · 140-1*0 lt»: ti.Me7.40: :llcnt wti«hu. 140-180 ibfc »t.j»97,ao: ISO-MO lb. *7.10OT.55; raadlum ·. :wd(kU 200-MO Ilin; ,'*T.10'e7.5i: ' 230-JSO ' )b«. . te.»0«T,.40: htavy wrightj.-IM-HO lb».:»8.MeT.lS: »0 330 lb». ,J«.359«.»0. : - . : Oood pacUti( -ow, I15-J50 lb*. I5.K* e.»:--3SO-4» .It*. J5.40 9 5. 75. ; . · · · ; ' . . . CHIOAiDO. March *T. : 'ift-- Hat - Blddlnc M for.tlEht hogi^nd J7.TB for.mtd lumi to arrtta tamorrow: ' · '" April .,......... Sept. (flnit h»1t) Stpt. ( U i t ; n a l f MEDIUMS--, April.-.../........ SSay ............. June , -....;....'.;, Sept.. (lart" half) , · ' - _Olf«rtd ..v«.50 .;r.M? .'...t.oo ....9.50 May oU. .-' ·:;.-«*(* June .^A' ·Jury, ...» ·ept. : ' .:...'.-i.'.'.liflQ' COIIH--,- " ., ' '- ' · :ar.- oW. '. ..- »ew .80*. .82K. o M . . . . new.,; new.'. July; ...;.,. Sept.-.,.'... O'ATfr- . , MAT., old... new.. May old..; new. .' · .«4\4" ,4414 · . 'Bid. tin -a; is »,J5 ......'.. .42% RTE--' -.- r- · ' · · ". "· ' Mar. old...... '. .0(4' " new"..."."; May. old...... .-.83H · · . - - . · new...... ·"' ·:'· July 88^ s«pt.; .....\:,..'-.nv, tJlRO-- ', , . . .·'··'· Mar. 10.17'. May ..'.......10.80 Jury,' .......i.-.io.pj BGIXTES-- . May -...;..V..J8.J5 July .........13.24-- ,.-. .»:00 ; ....9.00 .81 .Or .»«. . .OH . '·*?*: . . .32 * . .M*. ..41. .a.BT ;:8.8o - i».8T ii.as LAMSON BROTHERS JOKtT TOWC. Marth. 2T. market tacked toa4«nMp today' and prlco 'drlft»4 · almtoily. , : Itf, ..uoderUioe; aaor. heavy jlhafl.; o«hnwit«, -rjit.t rtctlon -^riuluhafci..^^^!^**- aay-. : rroni-talil»i[ : atpe»r»« ; In ··· a inumbtr, ;of lh» w«*'» faTOrtta.. ; Intlndln » ;.Parker ;Kiwt Ptobf -whltn dfoppM »«r«al . polntJ. Wa]. :jrr«»-'il«o. t«pp«4 backv'aad 'ta«r* ,w«w . Co«tl Cue Conll Ini Conll Mot ' Corn Prixl 12'i 105. Curtly .Wr..' D«t« rf ' '· 3?oy' Dutch."-' st j;;,s*n'- pl ahcii..tt.,- .'·. ,-74 - ' Utility tl 6KAIN.MAIUOtT »EVHW . · WaOCAT--11M 'lonraW««t f*P°.rt ,on ,!nttn- llow ta plant ipttar .wheat- «td. .not, attract - . ·-82H . ..*?» .toy, .32 V, ·-»« .321* .-·Sit llOii ·- .42. ' 19.15 ari. tJs»t : awin* »,0»«.OOO rn«s-a««s of wi«v tir.' wheit win b« .b«inre«ea-this .year 'tha» w»»-.eul -)iat'season.-'.We:4d' not attach -ntKh ln.portaftiT.to reports' of 4amac«.t».»h.soijlh ' -etbj t : l . malt racmiou In Cmi^lu. Aircraft, and Nonnda -Xiao. Ahmlaum of Am«rle« .wa* erratic but 'dull. -Krf of -Ibjland crKoun- ' » l T » . - p r e « « u r « ; . . .. hel* clow to TIrurtday'j ; wtth actlTity "-erenly dlrtrtbuted the l«*dtr»;0«J,; »bo«t tteady; fottnd ' Uw : market .,, ,«ee»atna1y, dull. . - l.tand art , of Ohio dipped, nearly "to-.UM ,.yaar» w to (tnafl aala. ClUea fcrrlrt ' flrmri oHittly. 1 lartrUntlil . trmU w«r« unpoputar · and mort OC th« ttannctlora wera t modrtalt- ly lowrr pHcva. · : . . -^' . Money wii fina." the" call tali tentwlnr al'.itt per cent--'- ' . - - ; . . '-.. Kasl'maf . £ng.jfSib Ser' -Erfa ,..,;-. ,. ·'' ·fliU - , . .'. .- 7Uz--F11ra X Tfeepott Te« Cn'footi ':" Oen'Motor»~ 3«n ytib Ser-' oillett* ·/. GobeJ ,-. Gold Dost Goodrich ' Goodyear * .Gran Talgi.r Qranbr . .G'.N I O etf Gt-W'Cagar Grlg^ Orua Hahn'- ' · H»rtm»n B Hupp ' m Cent Ind Rtf Inll B5W · 48 . 3H4 - t - - 'Spi fae. ^- Stand Brts" St.O- *, E . Gt Oll.Cal "sf on' N -J' st-oii N:T S lew · Warn -.si . 2»«4 .si* 14 Vi .-» H SO- . ..17(4 ' ' ' WJ4 · - MX ' . 14 A ; ais ., j. proceedings: r^yultrng ^siich':renewal, iwprn\ to' by -the Ireaident:and;S*cretary pf the : cor- poratjon, together with the .Articles of Tncotporatlon as amended and substHutedr having-.b««ri- recorded by - the - Recorder : ofyDeeds -;of-: the County f Cerro Gordo, and -forT warded to the Secretary of .State and filed, by. him and duly' recorded; and the acts of.sald corporation and the renewal of said corporation having been legalized by tho Forty- fourth 'General Assembly, and the Incorporation *n"d. v recording ·. fees haVing'been ; duly paid, 'all as provided 'In Chapter 3$4 ,6f the- Code of'lowa.and amendments' thereto. -' '(!)'" The"nain'e of this'corporation shall ibe'tf»leasant Hill Telephone Company" and;Sts principal place of buslqess ihall ; be in -Portland Township in Cerro ;Gordo; County, Iowa, and its Poet Office Address shall be Mason City,.Iowa.;. ; : .' . : .(2).Th.e'vgeneral'-, nature ; of the businesitjto -be .transacted iby this corporation shall be-that.^pf building, : constructing, owning arid acquiring, by purchase- or .otherwise, and, operating;a .telephone .line or lines, with' power to.. purchase: : such telephone,line.'or lines, and.sald:cbr- poration,shall: have the;'full power to acquire and -own the stock of aoiy other, corporation org.anized'for'like purposes. ''- ,·" .' ',-.'·..·. ··,'-·..·'·':·. (3) The -amount..of ,;the--author- lied- capilal.-sJtoik ,of,i this. ?orpoi^"- tioi\/shall .be -.Ten Thousiapd Dollars divided Jnto.8hares-.of Ten Dpllsirs each...'..'-..!'.:-.:-' · . . ' . · ' . · · ' : · . - . . , . · ' . · ' , - ' ' ( ) .The/renewal duration of this shall' commence . o n Automobile · Unitiedl StatH : 50^900 in ;i;aMon8it '·:· T1RENTON. N. J., March: Xt. Oifr' AutQmobile deaths iin -the -:. Un|teo States during the past ig months 1 totaled /Sb,900, : ; aMrepoift "Ifrutjdybyi_ the'.state:traffic cOmiulaiilotv slwws.' As 'aJcompaHsoh^' the· reporjtimid the number exoeeded ; the : Arnerican \ death til of the, Wf)rld..'war-.in which 50,510 vV,ere kilted 'or aied-of s founds during'18 months. Lower ^Mississippi ; ·Men Siay l^ow Water Gurtailiiig Traffic Bond Market S3* '"» . Tti ; corp Tex Oul( Sol Tlm.Jtall-B Union'Cart Un -iPae ,- .Unit Alrc. Unit Cl» Unit Corp Ur(lt G 'at It U S IIKJ Ale U;-i Ifnb - u a st«i 24 K 28 '.' SOU MEMPHIS, March 27. ,,,.,.,,,__,. lack of,rains in the headwateits of the-Misslssipl river-khd Its/.tributaries Is ie6pardiztngayiif*tl6|i'»nd Is leading- to curtailment of cargoes in'the lower-parts' of the ri.vers.;,: The rainfall for the past : ' eight . months -has been ·. the least -. to the 'history of the Memphis ·. i(fa.ther- It bureau and .breaks" recordjMeEtenaj^-'tf' Ing over the past 60 years,. F^.W. TJ Brist, government meteorologist .reported. . Brist saidf .the rainfall for this period- is but 37 percent normal .and.-pointed: out farmers '*re likely to suffer-heavy daniages. , Brist said there is no reason.to believe a year of drought will b« followed by a year of ralhs^-a belief ef farmers in!. this · belt who last year saw thelrcropsidie after 105 - days of dry':weather. . - ; : . Rivers here are already. feeling the effects of the 'dry. weather. --The .Mississippi river, is the ;lowest In the past 12-years and-cargo.bairgfts " .having difficulty: In negotiating · 'and' shallows: A' -majority August 1, 1929, and continue twenty years V.thetea/ter'. .with right, of re- '· unless sooner dissolved as "" . of the river firms have been loading their barges only to : half capacity in order to, Insure .swift and. aafe 'trips.-' . ...". . . .'. ' . '.,.-·. '. . - . : 48H 143 A 28H , · ·** . r T tUHLUIUja -70U · ' 8 K Warn Pli 12H · · · « · W-Mary -· : 15* 68H West X V Mfgi MK 22 . Willys .Ov. 7^4 10H Woolworih · · · . 82U ^".W,?5,:--. - 8 8 81 . L .Toung · - A . W 34 -'S3 ' " . . CnCAOO STOCKS -, . CmCAGO,' Itirch IT. , »T TW. JlMMtaM PWM. :' HEW :T01lifc; March (27.: Bajtirt ' Wai : 1 rttf«l»rlf . _ _ - aiwderats.lncreas*. m;acnyity. · : . ' " ' . . Wlta iew r «te«ptioBs--;rillraad L «ellgatlons moved downwatd: aHho -.most of · th* deerlaH. .wer* xalaor rractlon*/. TM- report**.HOf Ftbru,- arjr, *arnliig*' o( th* AtdUoB, Chicago, ii)ur- ClUoi SefVln arlgsby-Oniiiow iMull Ut I»v - JCsU^sUrtUfcV- . McNen . .Nat-«Und · J8H N ' W Bane 4M, Quaker Oat., . std . pipyided by . "(6). .The affairs of '"this corporar tlbn sheUl-.-be cqnduc.ied.by ;a Board of. ftVe. ; IHrectqrs which" \ahall , be chosen annually on' tHe -first ^^ Mori- day of -March in each year during- the ''existence of the corporation, at the annual "meeting of. the' 'stockholders of said- .corporation. The Board 'of Directors of -ssiid cbrpor- ation shall'tlect a-Presid«iiit, a Vice President, a Secretary and a ; Trea»- urer immediately: following: the annual election' of said tHrectorsv Every ' Director shall 'be a stockholder, and should a Director part wi th" -his - holding' in . the corporation, he :sball .cease to be a Director. The Board jpf .-trtractors may : . flll all- -vacancies occurring in its. membership between annual -elections.- by -' appointment of -. suitable .persons to hold office for the- remainder /of the. term. , The following ahall be dl- Minnesota Rates in Maintenance Taxes X for Schools More largely" to ^UghUn "" " t£4 i ., ,w tn»s time; .»y col*.weaUier: emperature*' wer* nporbd from ,OTf»^..t .'Kanaa*:. todiy. .where .th*/mow cover bt report*! , · entirely adequate.. Mols- tvr* coodllioni over the· enllr* wn«»t,-helt ·« M ^^';«::^»"«i_?£r?*K tbeTittnarlon la-Urt former .and Utter:. NetreHange* for Uj* day.;w«t» *«iuenlial.- -Our advices. areff«' purchasea. of July«oa-*e;back.'.' ; _ . .. ··. ' : . -,-·· - . ' . . ' . - : .-.';i»au«i»ooking»';if ''e»n .today ;wer» ."«B,i oao bushels. :K'this 'amoant 5»,ooo waa from, termfflau.. ahlpplng: aales'. kept. pae*;. however, an* aggregated .108,000 wisnels. The demand f from the/east (Continue* very, good. Tb«-futurt* market paid Do attention to the l^lfavorable VMater '.over- Ih. ' belt. Local I wire: Inclined" to sen as a -re*\ilt' or; th* b*ar- 'ish iw»ea,tloBs « I n . ' th*.- Inlentlons.- report.' 'Ther*' w«»-also-sonie. selling .o^eorn agalnst j purchue* ef wheat, -allbo.not o« a* larg* a seal* -a» recenlly:'Xoek: for-two sided market,' but tRink good ibiHee*..will ;meet..setting.'"" ""' "" " «Mf« an*-Onto all .cpeapared . ·with -1*3«.. at. Payl 8« o r 2OOO. Ornt tCoriti cra-et(a..E4Hs-of ItTB'wen «Jl aictlv* SJ»d frmrttoBnllj t lower. - · ··-- . . .CV- ·', ! ..A'sharp reeavery In th* obUgmtloSM of tn* AustrallsA:CommoawealUi featurt4 Uw foreign STWip; Polish ,7«, PerUTiah 8a and' »ao Paula 7s ofM»4»'wet« acllre . and lower; Bottds.of ,th« VatteA *Ute« gwrefnment, w»r» «UIL: · · ' - ·· . '·-.; I ,, - " . . . ; . .··;:... Joduitrltl luue* were usually kwer.*tUk) tbe r Tohune of many-:of then was Hmlted, '' 1 -UnloBi.Otl -Ss; ·foungstoirk'". Bh»ct,.and Tube 5s. and Stmndard tjjl.of"rlew.To^ "' reftactta Minng v*nr*. Stoek prlvll*.- llgatloas'-moved bacfc: aarf' tortn'uacertalnfy In keeping, wllh th. rtartiMtloM' In stocks. Texas cbrporattton '.5*:'dipped : sharply but most other; changes-. were-Barrow. : ..Declines outnumoe'red'gain*. ·' · · ' . ' - '. ' · . ' - - Tra4tOg In public umity. lt*o«, wa*/«idet, and - prle*.;change* lack ». flnlt« .t ' ' . cwjerKo · BONB ' QTJOTATJONII ; NTrtV Tonit, March 27:. t/H--United state* nvernmeiit^bonds'closed:- ' " - ' "' Liberty i 3Hs. 101.28.' Ptourlh 41 - Treasury. · ;O«AIN. MJNNEA.POU8, March-?.2T. tA 1*2- cars :e«iipu*dt«-*a-...yMr- ·!»;. Me hlghet; cuh No. 1^ northern ;T9HOTIKc;. NO..X dark aorlhen, 1», 13. 14 aj»«'l» pet. cent protelm MntJTt.He;- No._l da* hard Montana 14 pet' 'cent: *fnt«J» ···tfll«(.« »·,, arrive -T4Wc^." »·.-.!.'- ai»»b»t ;«irOav T«»T4cV 'No. 2 ramber durum 8t0Tlc; No; 1 .red dunon/8»e; May; TTJie; · ')a\r, *T^c; ^iepr "' '''- · · ' " - . POTATO . . .CSICAOO, March .2T.W-- United SU-te« department ot agriculture-- ,,..-:,,· . .Potatoes 130,: on'. Ira'ck 2»4. tout U. shlpmenu .701; firm. on Idaho** -stronfer^ Wisconsin, trading /.very .slow;, packed .pet cwt. . Wisconsin round , whltei .;*1.8fl»V8S; mostly ' 81.8iel.70:- Idaho , russet* : -No. · 1, tl.80S2.oO;'. mostlyi -31.85£*0; . cotnmtr. clal* 31.75; No. 2, Sl.7oei.75; {Colorado red McCturesV 82.28: .' '..'.. . . OMAHA IJVKSTOCK. .OMAHA, -March 27.- IHV--U. S, depart- tnent of agriculture-- . · .-. HOGS 11,000, 210 direct; -alow, 15-2Sc higher lo shippers; top 17.85 on sorted 1*0180 ib. lights; early sales 180-210 Ib. welgnu *7.40®7.60; 210-240 Ib. butchers »7.M«, 7.40; nothing'done on heavier welihU; bis packers Inactive; packing sows l«.13es.3J: feeder pigs 38,SO®7.2S; average cost Thurs-. at 18.89, .welfbt 282. CATTI.l; 1,100, killing classes · moderately acUve, fully iteady; stockeis and feeders scarce, slow, weak; fed steers and.year- lings mostly 1708.10; heifers 88.50^7.75; .fcuUc-.baeC.cowi J4.234f5.5O; cutter grades 13 04r..medium -bullf 14@4.2S; pncllcal top ' SHEEP 8,000; entire supply wooied iamb*; Iambs strong to 25c higher; wet fleece* considered; bulk' fed wooied lambs «,25» 8.85; some held higher; three cars shearing JamtM 88 Ib*. 88.35. KANSAS CTTT IJVESTOClt. KANSAS CITY, March 27. UFI--V. S, department of agriculture-HOOS 2,000; including 280 direct; slrong to ice higher, mostly lOc higher than Thursday's average; top $7.75 on 1M-213 Ibs. Good and choice .140-180 Ins. »7.25# 7.70 , .. . 'MINNEAPOLIS; March -2T.- (jff-- ft»l^ unchanged. ShlptneaU 3i',538. Bran 820O 20'.59; standard middlings. I20920.SO. · ' ' ' ' ' , ' K A Y MA*kCT. . -.".: CHICXOO. M»reh 27. LTt-- Hay, S unchanged. , ., ;' - . ' ; : . v . PRODUCE .'., -'KASON -crrr;.Marcb; 27^- ·Com-- No. -8 -yell«w -O»U-- No.Ai.wWH- Barley-- S3a54«. . " Rye-- No.' I, · '.Max-- No.:l.' . OMAHA' . A;'' March 3T. : ftv-Wheat-- Bark- ...-,4VTOc:..,heir* Nav?J J ;T2OT3:J .'No. 2, ;TJ»Tl«e;;- :NO. ,.4, . .!8f*tpc; . Borthere, spring ..No.' j; .TOVc:'*i.r«m, Jrm.ntl^ No.- 3. * ' - : - ' ' SjJPPtEMENTARY LIST SF rectors. = and/ off leers :v'P. J?..' ^ President; '.-Vfjii.^^.-, .Brake!; 1 . pr*six}«ntj-H.-D.,Slewert»*ri, Sccre- TSJy:a3W .TreMurei:; J. Wrr a. - . , . BBOTHEBS A3TO CO. . Ma«xm_ city Office in Bagley- Beck Building. Telephone Na 7 1 , . ; .OTCW TOBK STOCKS IP *.P C 10% Hsta'bh.'.N 12,H Am Bank N 58H Indian -Ref % Am .Cr/* F,33r ; Inlsjid-Steel M Am MeUl 30H Rely Corp i* Am, Sum T 8%. Lambert .Co 83'4 Am Tob ,.14c' Light hens bld'-cocks, ' 'NEW *6mK . · NEW YORK, March 27.' CSV-Haw sugar unchanged at 3.U3340C. Future* at midday 1 to 2 points net'hleher.-IUflatd Uff- chaaged at 4.40C to 4.5Oc. . .. mixed. -No. 3. Sic;. -No. ,4, 5»Hc; . No. - «, 48'Mc. 1 , , ' · ' · ,'. '., ' ' : , . V-..' ' ' . :oa.U-- NOB..' V - .'.-·' : . TOUCDO SEEPS TOLEDO; Marc.2T; OP!--Seed unchanged; '.KAJfBAS C1TT, March - «... M cars: «K±aug»4'to ' H« hlfh«; Ko. dark b»M »«nlriaIIy,noT3He: ffo. 8 noc. Inally TD^kGnKc; -Kd 2 hard 3, TOHc; -No. 2'red nodilnally' No.' 3 nominally,'T1973He. CorrV^M carsi unchanged. to .He higher: Ko, 21 whit* hcmjaally' MeWw -No. 8, 4 Ko. l-yeHow-5*se; rl«...:a, 54® i3H«MHc No. 2 'whit* 13* - o . 58He; No. 2 mlitd ' Quotatieoa Fnrnt»k*d by Wolf Bro*. "SOSFUtk Street Sonttwert. ' · Horse hrdes ............*1J50-»2.00 Cured beef hides .' · . . Green beef hldea ............. New Superintendent Named! /FREDERICKSBURG, March 27. --Paul Johnson of North wood has been named superintendent of the Frederic'ksburg public schools -for the coming year'to. succeed Alvin Schlndler who goes' to Iowa City. ears; ' anchanged; «. 3 -^: · v; T, - · · '·· · ,,. /cash"...'..-..'. .Vxi^,. _ r __ir^-Plymouth: 1 ;.;-..-.-/. Butter,', Clear Lake ... . ,.32c " /at Graiw Nabbniil pN, March.' 27. UrV^C. C, Woods,- BufXalb, ; N. .T., . woii appro'x- Imately ^«««,,SeX)' witi' his ticket jon Grogalach ,whieh:pliced ae«ond. Hla ticket coafe.him- atwut -*a.50.- · : v ll«fi IJq .Car C .« ,,, . '.' «% Loulsiaha O *"Arm'.*,C B'-l»4 Math'Alkali As-pry.Gds 2?H McK'* ; Rob BaWwin Lo U . Mun-vV,'I 27% Brigga M C 20% ffev'C.C-.'·!!% Brunj-B-C Cll^i Otis Steel 13%. Best-AC 43'4 'Path'e-Excge 2% Bur Add M 29, Pills. EJour 33% Butte C * Z 1% ·Pur'Bak'G' 45% Cal Pack · 41% Bee- Grnd O 7 Com Sredlt 20 Reo'Motors 8 St Jo-.Lead 29% . . .-.(.8 ) : Spec(ai meitl ngs fit · poratioh may , he. held . atVahy 'time on; call of. the- President or. of the Board of Directors of said corporation; or by ^majority -'of -the: stockholders thereof, provided ;:th at written-notice :of .such sjteclal meeting, stating the time,' plate and -purpose of said. meeting 'sba!lb« deposited In the 'postofflce, duly directed to each stockholder, at least five days previous to the date of said -special meeting. ·· . ·· .: ;.. . ' . · " · · : . (7). The private -property, of the stockholders · of . this . corporation shall forever be exempt : and: free from corporate, debts. . Dated March, 26, 1931. PU5ASANT ,'HILL -TELEPHONE COMPANT; , By-- H. D. Slewertsen, Secretary, and Trtajurer; · ' · · · · = ./W.- Schilling, . Attorney. , , ST. PAUL; March «.. . age maintenance-.tax rates : for 1980 In 7,773 · school-.districts ol 'Minnesota increased 1.50. mills.in graded elementary and high school .districts -over 1629 and .11 mills in the .un- graded elementary class, figures Issued today by J.-M..McConneli;tat« commissioner of education, show. ' . The average maintenance tiai payable this year.for 1930 Increased from 35.M to 37134 rhilis In U» graded elementary and high school district group, and from '12.49 to 12.6 mills in the ungraded elementary group.. .The'total taxable valuation of the school districts Iri tHe state, 1 «Eclu'.-'°~ sive of : money and credits, is $1,898;- 45«ii'90 in~'l»30, a decreasa of- -»48;-,. 060,134; over"-ai year ; ago 1 , "according to"Commissioner McConneH,'-'-'.\'·'. · I _, ij'or^e^iidiiy'aB^opli'iOr -1 With «: total taxable -'valuation I maintenance' taxsriafea.of 37.34'mills. ' There are 7,278 ungraded 'elementary districts, imostly rurat with- a. total taxable valuation of J»«80,824,- 646, arid ah average .maintenance · ' tax rate of 1216 mills. . f There are 12 unorganized terri^g tory school districts .with a total T taxable valuation of |11,S54,3«2, hd i\ an average maintenance-tax,rate of V, 35.44 mills, while one county district. Lake county,. has'' a total -taxable valuation of IS.168.012, and n maintenance, tax rate of 41.52 mills. . ... Th« flr»tpif3VB : . of fco,ut v . $1 ,772, 720 J in the Irish sweepstaXcs , »\t .the . grand · ndtiorial , today , : went V to " ; bla". of '.Batteirsea,' England. ': The real nanre.flf the winner did not appear, on the ticket. ; ' - , , . · '. . . . Cont Motors 4W Schulte R a Creain,of..W 33% . So .Cal..Kdl 51 .. Cud PiicK ; Cur Wgh p P«vld Chem 185i . . . Stand .Brnd. TribacrProd . 3-" ;R Jk I 31*4 Dtrory Firm Refusecl - ,rj · -i . · . . ir" o - 11* j :rn^lejge ; or lielung Securities in State DO YOU ." · NEED ; : - : ; : MONEY? Our · personal loan department offers, good';««rvic». and : reasonable terms. . ' · ' · · . · · . ' . ' . C. Ei Brooks Go. 209V, tut Naja. Bk. Bldg, Ph. «M Flsfc Rubber v% Vanadium 70% G*n iillls ··, -48ii West Myld 15* Her Cho:C W»,4 Wrig Jr. Co 78H NEW .YORK CURB QUOTATIONS ' " ; " . . ,* El 78% Humble Oil Butter, State Brand Butter;'· dairy·':'.;··.:,.-..',..' : .',:.; · .'·»£ PoUtoeis:..,.. 13fio.'and 4oc .a pech; . .- CHIOAOO, . ... 2. 'ears. ». trucks; linn; fowls 2H; S8»8»c; ·roosdn -ISMe; turkeys, aie:-, ducks 20§83:l;bea.vy spring ducks 27e;. geese Me, ' "'' V .' . CWCAOO PBODOC* .".'.'..'-. . CH1CAOO, March' 27.' UPJ-- Butter 7.M8; »»: *.»» 28Hc; standards 28!*;.e«ra firsts («O-81 (ao-*eon » Minnesota Nurses to ·.·-'· -Nleet in Miflneapc^Js . MINNEAPOLIS, March,27V UP)-: Juvenile--health .measure* 'Will -be chief topics of discussion,at a.three day .Institute for., public, .health nurses' of Minnesota at the University of Minnesota Mondr.y, Tuesday and Wedn;esday. Symposjuroa will be'held on cancer,'the school child 'and health education-while speakers will;Ulk on Mlafjon of the physical condition on the jireblera of the child, Infant hygiene, child training, polyomelltls, milk sanitation, hos- : , .firsts, l re) . NEW .TORK. .Mariil-'2T.:'t«--iin POUllry'.'. firm; fowls, freight'22«)28c; express 22O Me; turkeys. frelrM :3OO40e; expre« 13OW. 4Be; ducks, expre** S8e.^; ; , ,- ' ·' . . '.·,.. . · ,]KUt; S««»o«.!May"B« Extended..'-. ,SALEM; Ore.,- MarcJi 27.' (UP)- TJnbelleirmbie^ it «»ero», farmera to a .number" of Tsecilons : lot "the .state- claim that elk.herds have grown-to such -sixes- that an open season of on*'.day. a. year .should-.be established. 13k were ( extinct in Oregon le8 than 2O years- ago .and small herds-we/e .imported- from Wyom-.; ' - ' · Ark Nat Os .% No.Am.Avi 10 As O. ft Etr23H- Penn Corp.. 6 S O Ind . MOINE3, March ; ' 27. . Permla'slbh -of the' p. 'A»- Dobry- Se- .curities company to sell .securities iin° .\towa was. withdVawpV'iodayf.i-by W.TI*' · Heubneri state- ' securities commtsjloner, »fter representatives of the company failed to' appear for hearing-to sjiowlcause'why the'.permission should not ,be withdrawn,-' Siuclehts in^Turkey ^ Study 2 Langyages Can Mar 3% -31 , · · t ' .,\- · ' · · · · · · · · · - · --- · · - - EOT, 28.088, steady; prices OBChanged. . . . "CHIC AOO,-,. March 2T. .ISV-Igg- futnret closed: Btorig*. packed firsts.; March 21c: do. April 21 He; refrigerator staadards, Nov. * Butter futures 'close*! -Fresh standards; June 2TVle; storage-. staWards, , March- 25S - ' ' · . eH;' do, Nov. 2»He..-, ' ' D«. .... . . . NEW t'OtOC. March: 27.- wv-«utt«r I.MI bs. Good and choice .140-180 Ins. I7.X55/ Scnlndler WHO goes to ipwa Uliy. |»y»jruu«:iiv.», «...-..»--.----". --- Sn4 i«ra jlrsts: oi«)uoi«a. , raeiiK coam -.70; 180-iso ibs. 87.35®7.70: iso-220 IDS. I M _ jnhnjon is a rraduate of Penn I jpitals .aad duties of'pnvate and Mjurais, e»tra 28O2»c; r*cifte;e*ast,; r »a ; M U li9i^t^"£ 9 »K^^eiav^^:oauMA». /·· : |pubiiaXurs«. ·..;;·. ''" : - · " turau,.'«ra;airiKs^««»?. .;. · . . fln». Crjaiiery,.:Mrter lhaa «lrai^2»K«f 30c! ««ra^(W scorej 28K02»e; first* (88 ' - - · · - · to- 81 seoru) '27«J8Hc. ·Chees* 4T!4O8r. t -st»*dy,. unchanged. ·Ens. 32.V43,' ste*dy; mix*d «4of», «'· packed; e«tra*':2Hie; titra flrsti 114e} *I«i* M9 20«c; stcotids 1»* ,^i,.n. -tutu -i«ei«ue::oiKi«s 1«« firsts 21* He Held Eight Acre*. , v Conn., Mafcn 27. (tTP)-- Henry Cowan of New Tork was so amazed he dropped hi 3 cards when, in. a friendly little pl- hochto game ' at trie home of 'his mother : h'ere. he was . dealt eight aces from the first -12 cards -off the pack. v ·:··', ···-;'.;.·'·· , ' ' , ' · '·"."'. -,' '-: V '· ; Defbr, Radio 6% S"O'Ky Etui- Mtr . 28*4 Trans Air T 7 Elsler El - 5% United 'Os 10 : El Bd * Sh 86. U. L'* F^ A 30% Fa Mo Can 28 UtU'P * b'l^Vi FU Mo Eng 18 H Vacuum Oil 35% Pox Theater 5 H Wlgrri Drg 27 Heclk Mln 7 - CHICAOO STOCKS · Al Mo Ind 2% Grig-Grnow 4% Aub Auto 237 Ln» Oil * Hf 6 Bend Av Cp 22% Nat- I^eath r 1 Bg-Wr Cp 27 K Nat Stand 32 Butler Bros 6 · Quak. Oats '165 Gont Chi 8% V,S-,Gyp \ 48% Ch.i\ Invest 3% UtII * In Cp 8^4 Cord Com ' 13· ,,. U 'S R Jfc T 31.. Gt'Ucs Air '4% . MlrVTNEAPOUS STOCK . . . Fat'Bk'Stk 22% MTNNKAPOLIS GftAtN MAKKftT ISTANDTJtV .Match 27; Th« 'compulsory teaching of Eng- Jlgh an'd Germaa. languages in all secondary schools has been ordered Iry the Turkish 'ministry of instruction: ' '- · · · · ' ' '·'"'. - ' . ""' The object if the measure is ,to give the educated. classes a "northern education" as -opposed, to, the "southern education" which -is believed to be imparted by learning French. Hitherto; French has .been the 'dominant language in Turkey and the Near 1 East generally. Meanwhile, 270,000 adults, including "90,000 women are' still being instructed in reading and writing the new Turkish script. . : Stockholm do** Apartment. . STOCKHOLM, March 27. medlus- firsts cheek* » Me..- Korag*. packed cl Mi heavy 22««2%e:.«t» lum firsts 1*«: 'dirties 1 raclrfc.co.st.whH* (shen treated), extra end extra firsts : oiviuoted. '.Paeirk co*it,- ' * * - Mdre than 8.QOO new -apartments, totalling, about :1^,6O6 rooms were built in Stockholm In '1830,' vindlcar tlve' of the. rapld- growth of the' cap: Ital. Jn , 1929 /the number. i)f...n'evV CASH SALES to 157JC Cau»iUj»r Bly I»*n»hT. , PORTLAND. OreV, March 27. of.'salmon !ota when . Columbia river started In 1$8« n 4',DOO cases, valued at ^64,000 - , , , were canned. Since I/that- time the output Of the .industry,, on the Co- Vumbla haa been 23,3*0,467 ; cases valued at.. »20^,589,350. The 19M | Tune In At6:27P.M. Closing quotations on leading common stocks. . Facts of interest^ to the. InVestor. W.B.Hannaand Company WATERLOO PHONE 2600 apartrhen'ts was »,876 with 15,598 ^pkclc'. was 429,505 casrt valued at rooms.' · · ' · ' · · - · · - - · ' · - -i-$6,65».177. : - ' - '." ' NEW AND USED ' - . Threshers Tractors . , . ... -W EVERY DESCBliPTJON. ' - ' " : x FOR SALE^ QR TRADE ~ Look ivcT the NEW, CASE TRACTOR, before v ' buying, . Write «r'\|*'e»*e--4i«|i8lrle*j win b«s »t-; , " , " . . . tendefl t o promptly. ' · · . . · . . . , , C. O. HALVERSON · - · · · - . PHONE S898

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