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s;*.^: tibBftC2£x«S 1 ««*=' 0! -J MASON CITY MALL SUPPLYOFC^T^ liifcn «uiiMt S»^SSS¥GRMNS SLIDE TO r^foafuj ducfcs isc. .·^.^-./^i^i^^t^^^^*' P^S^S^efS^ ~ l r,»innci and th« B»TM e '_,~" ,,, arrive 6,000 MW'*ona«ion -·V---S-Y. CIMOT auuiiv-...»"- -^^S^ISg*****"-* UTED SWINE CALL Fi RAISE Quotations Not All Higher in Early Bovine Market. IHlCAQO, Muarcri,30.aO--Under stimulus of the smallest .Monr supply of catOe in the Chicago iket since August, 1929,' holders lied themselves with preparations sr sharply higher prices. Outside Markets also had. -reduced runs, lath *risk demand from eastern lyers of choice,heavy steers and ·tailed supplies of light cattle 'J\^ j ,, ,a w i*y A« loch wp.ek A steady to strong; Praetlciuy_notWnE done on roatureo; steers, t bulk all weights salable ai »°- ou TM' 0 -'i 1 '' »-·: load of yearlings $9; beef cows. SI. 25 @^°- butcher hellers *5.50®6.75; one load, med- iumT weights S7.25; bulls about steadyj $4.50 and down; feeders and stockers slow, about steady; bulK *5.50@fl.75;. some Inquiry for half fat. finished steers up to ST.75. «-"«» 1,800; vealers fully steady; good and choice grades from $7@10... . .,,,»,,, iv, fln · HOGS 8,000;. 25c or more higher than Saturday, or mostly 10-15c higherthan Fri- rtay; betur ieO-2Sf Ib. TMB*% 7 *'n. ino'ieu most 250-300 Ib. averages $707.40; .100-10U Ib. weights S7.7D@B; packingsovJs'*6@6.50, average cost'Saturday S7.27 weight -6. lor the weeh, cost S7.25, -weight 239. KANSAS CITV MVESTOCK. . KANSAS CITY, March 30. UT--U. S. de- mostly nurQayt* m«..*sei top io4 and choice 140-MO , partment of nErlculturi U.cu. ai*4/^'**»' ij · ··*·· --o--- - ·/aii;ii proved a drug on last. Airket, higher, values were^m or- -f er out initial quotations were .not ^irAformly raised. o^nnn « r.--.-^-j to g receipts of 35,000. 15,000 billed direct to 10 -A»li »«B l l c l v»«-" $8 on 190-210 IbS.: b«"^ «·-- · Ibs. J7.35@7.90; 160-180 Ibs. 180-200 lb*.-.SWO®8: · 200.220 o good and choice 170-130 Its. S7.25®8. f*TTi,K 6 OJO; calves 1.000; Kin'n.S - Its. *'l! "" ibs 'ST.TS'SHO: ooo-iioo its. ·*····''**-« ilOO-1300lfs.i7.75®10;,1300-lBOO Ibs 57.75 (S10; common and · medium 600 Ibs. up S5.5u®7.75; heifers, good and choice 5=0850 Ibs. J6.75(B)9; common "id medium J="- GRAINS SLIDE TO NEW LOW LEVELS Wheat, Corn, Oats and Rye All Fall but Recover Before Close. CHICAGO, March . 30. _ - - . =^r»^» levels, but recovered ^ t o i r e t o close. An increase of the Urn to States wheat visible supply conn huted to the general break in price The extreme* setbacks, a t t h o o u doing records, showed only about a c°nt g a Bushel, .loas on the pnncgJ grains, and apparently resultea more -from dearth of vigorous buy- Sg powe^? than from any unusual pressure to sell. Air Reduc Chal Am Intl Am Loco Am Pow Deluding 15,000 billed direct to »»,-- '^^^Tows, "good and choice S^^^^VSKw"« S ,^ S ^ C ^^^^^^ 5 \^ ie^sltutalon early and. forced val- 1 10-150 above Fridays quota- 10 6£oice 180-210 Ib. animals the scales at §8.15@8.^. . , - i,-.,. 4-vn. ermalleaC SaG'u.xOr common mm uicut«"» ·»- ** Vl.uir utter, and cutter 52.75@4, vealera ^ »«« ed) -Eiedium to choice S5.50@S; cull and __»wn »jtfs\K *sr\' cfn^v*T* and feeder steers. Wheat closed nervous aoove t h e scaes . . . receipts were the smallest her! on the initiaV ^ssion in five months. o arket n weights '.at medium ^" vi.u.^^ v ommon S4®5.50; stocher ootl and choice al' " ommon and ' medium .75. ' ' . . livESTOCK FOKECAST CHICAGO, March 30.--Estimated rc"IpUs I hogs; 19,000; cattle, 6,000; sheep, 15,000. LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO. March 30. «P--OUMal estimated receipts tomorrow: CatUe, 6,000. hogs, 7,000; sheep, 17.000. cheaper m «»-«coTt o" ay totaled =61 Am Rad St Am Roll Mill Am Smell Ref Am Steel Fdrs Am SUE Bet A T T Am Tob B Am Wat Wks Anaconda Andes Cop Arm ot III o Atchison All Ret Auburn Aviation Corp B ft O Barns flail A Bendlx Av Beth St Borden BrlEgs Burr Add Cal Hecla Can Dry Can Fac Case ·KEW YORK STOCKS - N E W YORK. Starch 30. 95V Kennecott 9 Kresce X?* 6 ,* 14** Lehlgh Port C 122Vi Ugg My B wd 32 Ixjew's A V 9 Loose Wiles Pow 40» Ixrlllard _ 10 Louis G t *· Mack Math Alkali May D S 29',4 McK Rob 5s Me* Sea Oil 26 Mid Cont Oil U K T JIo Pac Mont Ward Morrell Mot Wheel Nash Bis 26.. 28% 36 855 55 515- BEARS SLOW IN TAKING PROFITS Decline in Share Market Prices Has Tendency to Flatten Out. 26 51H 18 55 188 VI 116 .i 61 33 14 % IVs 18471 224 4% 71',4 ll'l 36 \ 21-K. 35V 1« 16' 11 18 20 · 23 54 17 34% 79'.4 Power. among the high priced Issues, for the Ilrst *""" '" r: ,, ea vy. There were A «S^ states cent. CHICAGO, March 30 ££-£££ j 8 7r«l i^ffsra^kTE lie; Itrsts (S3-.. 75 -^re) ; ordinary firsts pacKed 'extras 21 We. 30. # $ area, I-KOnUCE FUTURES SkefNoteiT TICKER TAPE Those who prKucw" r--'-- waa gradually - Business recossioriw»» m e a 3 U r e ar,proacTM,, e bottom, and *»t a om(j unie ot recovery could be "JJ E1 ^ onlh3 have so 1 during the »" Me *£ n ; u " r their views, states s --SI Sfe JMS"« cih K A 28% Nat Pow t I* Nat Tea N Y Central 2H4 109'A ChtCi cars, i -:J3 Nor W it,£ No Am isU No Pac ;££· Oliver F 2j£ Otis St oil Pac G * 40^ Para Pub 107 £ Pathe 797,i 50% S market; hut bears were in aJtsBrr-s^ »:,sr t",.;sr te »«» p ." turned sour. Develops Rally. . The list developed moderate raUy- tendencies occaj.onaUy^Amed about i jjum«. Shares de' or 3 ppints included American Telephone, American and FOL- 1C an P " Atchison; duPont.Rvers Its Purpose to W nthlh ,, ln ^ crr 7lnK obUeation, -^SrJT^^S . back and Representative Sales | MOES ClOSCa .^»^. , , " . , i _ «,ut steady and^^gher^cattle^ Local Hogs^ -CHICAGO. March 30. I/PH-Representative sales as selected by; the U. S. department of agriculture-- HOGS. : Heavyweight- ^ W B ht Weights- f ^ 322 7.35 75 190 219 7.35 72 188 ' 2S1 7.50 64 182 267 7.55 37 176 2S3 7.65 IS 103 Light Lights-- . 3 whiU Nn. 6 -w C^,eWi!ET ^P 41 67 18 OS 58 82 No. 2 w * Sg? 3 °T,mothy te 51HC. white S.25 8.15 8.20 8.15 8.20 82 53 2ar. 22S ' 220 · MASON CITY, March 30.--Best sorted lights, 180 to 230 Ibs., $7.30; best medium -weight butchers, 240 i to 260 Ins., §7.00; best heavy butch' / era, 270 to 300 Ibs., $6.80; best ' prime heavy butchers, S10 to 350 i Ibs. 56 60; best packing sows, 300 ' to 350 Ibs., $6.00; best heavy sows, : 360 to 400 Ibs., 55.80. ' 1 ·'« CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. . ' CHICAGO, March. 30. (ff)--U. S. department of agriculture--HOGS, 30 ·{[ I 35.QOO, 16,000 direct; mostly 10 to 15 I 21 ! ' cents hieher than Friday's average; 1 SHITEV. f |ood tolho'ice 140 to aitfUa. *WO® gj ^oled^amhs- Shorn ^^ 5 825- top 58.25; 220 to 320 Ibs. $7.30 218 85 9 . w 42 '^£ \ @« 05; pigs $7.75@8,15; pacjdngiw 77 9.10237 so'- arq»6.BO@6.76.-.Ught-Ught^-MO to |.gy, ; , 1417 -12S9 1103 1435 1300 127S 1200 1028 1110 1025 1050 1007 B487 · 81B 7.7.T 46 7.85 23 7.80 ,62 .8.05 29' 8.15 17 8.25 CATTI.E.. Heifers- 10.75 29 10.61 27 10.30 33, - 10.25 30 10.00 Cows-- 9.GO 10 9.35 11 8.00 20 8.75 8 8.23 8.00 7.7n 7.50 . 7^00 9 SHEEV. 158 152 144 138 132 8.25 8.15 8.10 8.15 8.00 IJASONCITYGM^ MASON CITY, March 30.- Chcs i Ohio Chi Gt W Chi Gt W Pt C St N-W C R I P Chrysler Coca Cola Col Fuel Ir Col G E Col Graprio Coml Solv Comnlth So Congolcum Con sol Gas Contl Can Contl Ins Contl Mot Corn Prod Cudahy Curtlss Wr Deere Pf Drug Inc Dupont Eastman El Pow El Eng Puo Ser Erie Flsk Fox Film A Freeport Tex SSS-sSs^Asw SSS;S^.3S3 sss s-ro^^isriid^iKro ^^. fis ff, ln Li en in1i1Srlal bonds were dehenture 515s "j^,^,, Telephone deben- E ture'5/\nd c Ci n clnnat, o^ and^Elcctrlc ^/oMiSsL..: N-VO* «£ ards. Nov. NEW voitk roui.Titv. «KSS£ Mft^-jpSrS ^^r^f^^fi-^ SsFSfiSrw-^ J!BW VOI1K Vie-n^ower Atchison duPont, Hyera, level!i . Consoiwoteri u a = o L ·-»--·-·- -a . ArSr!ater.Wo*, an^lE.^ , c^u, - ^Kiectrjc ^ _ ^ 11 32 sen 40 22 2l : ii 13, 19 H 48% 37 36 V: 55 : , TA 15 V, II 1 ). 99 12 7.': 49 M, 18V. Barley Oats · · · · - · Shelled corn, No. 4' Ear corn . " GrainFutures . 42% 21" . 17 47 22':', 1312 1112 J026 5.S5 4.75 4.25 3.25 MONDAY CHAIN CLOSE CHICAGO, March 30. (.m-- GenI El Gen Foods Qen Motors Gen Pub Ser Gillette ' Gocel Gold Dust Goodrich Goody Grah Paige Granby Gt No Ry Pf Gt No Ir Ore Gt W SuKar Grig Grun 85 77 B5 . 9.15 42 9.10 237 0.00 99 7.75; packing sows--275 ' $6.40@6.85; slaught- TM 130 Ihs. $7.65@8.15. 7.75; pacKing auw»--^--" . -. 1 129 $6.40@6.85; slaughter pigs 100 to ) Bg calves 99 102 71 75 110 70 . 103 69 60 . S.75 40 8.6!i 18 8.50 15 8.35 5 S.25 8.00 7.50 . 7.00 · Wgher with supply scarce; vealers Hog Markets By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HOE prices at Iowa markets Monday: CEBAB KAPIIIS--Prime hogs: Mediums I S7.10S27.30; heavies $fi.80i(E7.30; lights S7.1U ®7.30; packers 45.80@6.30. v*»»r- 1*r«¥l»n?c? _*» ^nrt- 1 n-1 S50 and meuiuiu. v«« ----- . i- heifers good and.choice ',. 56.50@9; f°^**TMJSZ~ . . , $5.50@7; cows e TM common and medium - . S4.7o(8)0.2o; uuiu"»-- ~ -. ... 1 4 @525; low/cttttoijand cutter rm to Dinner. I (rS730; packers J5.80WB.au. ^nuD-riter Cattle arid Vealers: m ^MoiNF.s-3,500; ID-ISC higher; prime Slaughter S-auiie cno t ce 600-900 n g hts S7.10@7.50; prime mediums S7S7.10; Steers, .gOOd and Choice^O lbg . ^tae * heavies 56.10ST7.05; good packers ^0^5®S-i8lK^ ?8.75@ h 5 b^S A _ 1S o hl B her; 1,0-^0 ,». f'SIIooV. S^\^^^^^^Xj^^ 350 Ibs. $6.50; crer 350 Ibs. SG.JO, goon ·ackers S5.75; fair packers J-i.75. WATERLOO--^Primo hogs. 180-220 Ibs. 3.95®7.25: 220-210 Ibs. 56.850117.15; 210280 Ibs. S6.00@6.BO; 280-320 Ibs. 56.40© B.70; 320-350 Ibs. 5fi.30©6.60. Good packers S5.80SP0.15. COMBINED HOG RECEIPTS. r£3 MOINES, March 30. W)--U. 3. di nartrnent of aKrlculture-- Combined hofncelpU at 23 concenlrat on yards and 7 packing plants located In Interior Iowa and southern Minnesota for thu 18 hour period ended at 10 a. m. today were 28,500, compared with 12,300 a week ago. Mostly 10-15C higher; bad roads hold Ing down receipts at a number of stations; .built. o£ 170-230 Ib. «7.20@7.50; 180;"". "· welehts up to S7.6S in spots; 240-280 Ib. weights mostly 56.90® 7.25; 200-350 Ibs. ' S Q UO t2tlon S for Good and choice: Ughl HchU 110-160 Ibs. J0.75®7.50; light weights " B ?f;, ,t-· V r o n / m ? KI-,- lsn.9nn lha. S7.20SS ers cull Kb DUtfi'J.J-i JUACUIU*** -r-- and common $5® 6.50. Stocker and feeder cattle: Q Steers, .good and choice 500-10oO 3bs. $7.50@8.75; common, and me- s 6l SHEBip 0 fo!oo 0 0; few early sales ahout steady to outsiders; P«l«» not following; choice 80-90 Ib. OMAIIA LIVESTOCK. . . . OitAHA, March 30.. UB-U; S- ««»«'· slow, steady to llchts 110-160 Iba. 50.70«u-|,ou; iiB" 1 - «c. h ..«. 160-WO Ibs. S7.20®7.65; 180-200 Ibs. S7.20® "te; medium weights .200-220 Ibs. 57.200 765- 220-250 Ibs. S7W7.50; .heavy weights 250-290 Ibs. 50.7S07.S5: 200-350 Iba. S6.50® 'HOOS 12,000; HU oireiii., =·""' "v;--- , n _ ' nood packing BOWS 275-350 Ibs. SG@6.35: i¥,z*ss£?g?zsz t ffiSw$' sn? lba - 5S -' 586 - 10; 425 - 550 lb3 ' S5 - 50 *' ' . J 19 II rxTTtE 8500- «lv« Bib: «d steer, and ·'-'TyearllnsS slow, steady: she stock steady to »f«.nz- hulls steady; vealers weak: slock- SSSsigwss! ssj-sas -BS,*?'ja.Hffi t 25; practical top yeaUra W; few to Independents S8.5009; stnckera and f«der= mostly *7@8; few lota ;8.25®8.50. HOG VUTTJRES. I CHICACO, March 30. .IJT)--Hog futures: Bidding 53.25 for light hogs. 57.00 for med^ m m s and 57.35 for heavies to arrive tomorrow! Hartman B Houston Hudson Hupp III Cent Ind Ref Int Com Eng Intl Nick. Can I T T Johns Many Kelvlnator Penn -RK Phil Pet 13 pills Fl 3-i Proc Gjm 5714 Pub Serv N J alik Pullman 15D Radio 2-y, Rad K O 4Qii Bern Rand H ' Tteo 17 %i Rep Stl 10 " Bey Ton B HiA Roy Dutch iOOVl st L San F 57-1 Sears It 46 Shell U ' : 3^i Simmons 70',4 Sinclair 46V* Skelly 4 So Pac 21V4 So Pr Sug 7214 So Kali 91'i Stand Brds 162% SI O ft E 51% St Oil Cal 44«i St Oil N J 28 St OH N Y -,'L Stew Warn 35 Stone Web 37 Stude ·18% Superior Oil 52 Tex Corp 42 Tex Gulf Eul 18 ;i Tim Roll B 30 Union Garb 7^1 Un Pac 39 Vl Unit Arc 17 Unit Clg 42 Unit Corp 4S Unit G . E 17V- U S Ind Ale 6 3 U S R u b 22 V« U S Smelt 11 U S Steel 4% Ut P t Lgt A 27 8?i Vanadium 66^s 4% Wabash 16 r3 Warn Plx 12% 20 "A W Mary 151/1 ay. West Air 31H 72 West E Mfg 86% 3y. Willys Ov 3 " Woolworth 17 Vt Wrlgley 34 sj Yell Tr 70 Young S t W »rican Water WorKs ^n «-»- SSS3 T.i5*i« , Utilities were conspicuously I nd s(ca[ly _ 1-..4. i nc! c,c,c nf a TJOmt Or. SO rhlle Copper man ULlIlLiea WCK= 4.---- - ana sieuui. T-m.ipo Brothers OK, rfeav'y hut losses of a point or. so Chile copper 5s ^^.^raood- neavy, "";- , . , . , , , , ,, . , thmout the standard Oil ot «fTM *"' ,,,...,... ,,,, mod- were "well ----list, embracing rich E £sew 101 ^ ^ r*° '-- ^ fractionally lower ^n mod^ SericT^^^rWrKadi. r^ss^i^^ 1 ^ Plate penetrated new low territory. TrRdine was in substantial volume in"thfirTrning, but slackened as %^ ThTMs «t that ^he m'arket's substantial decline had been o£ sufficient proportu^ns to entitle it to a technical rebound. Sales Best of Year The dav's news included Sears and'°Tuhe M 5s l were 3 active and tlrrn. IS-IiirSc?^^ ^.or^ -=«'Si?=BES Butter 8,891. s "»? 5 .' exlm , 92 score) than « lra , ·^J'iS ,'';;i oo^fl.ZSc; pack- ^to'iTcurrc'nf rX°V°. "^ »*"*« Wo. 2. 19c. _ NRW YORI^. Aiittiv... States government bonds cosed. "Liberty 3'^s 101.21 First 4V1S 102.23. Fourth 4'/s 103.24. Treasury 4lis lll.^h LAMSON BROTHERS GRAIN LETTER bcr B-W* . .. niieni uitiutm*- -- . · ^P^^=TM^sr^ ^irrS^f^i against 53.4 n. ""'"« yea r ago. Aitno months earlier, and To a l^ ft mar i (s 1110 'Vrst'^ndvance In this Index since September? 1920- o£° Us 13 Month calendar and comparison with the like penod of last year was much the best of tne current year, showing a decline of 6 4-5 per cent, hringing the aggregate dVop for the 12-week por.od to 4'Jji 52 64 18B 34 W 6 23 it 32',i 48 16 Vj 20 «. 140 12 per cent. JL OBMN ^««??JTM c h 30 i,-AT--News ot the day was mostly Light hens Old cocHs, heavy DucUs i Curb accaslonal upturns which succeeded In hold Eggs, in trade Butter. Plymouth . Butter, Clear Lake Butter, State Brand Quotations. . .ISc . .liC . .3R ..32 ..35 . .30 "Cen Pub Ser "A 18 Cities Service 18 Gr Lakes Airc 3"' s Grigsby-Grunow 4% Insul! Ut Inv 39% Kell Switch 5 Llbby McNeil 12 "A Majestic vll'hold 4-11 Mid-West Utll 21';i M-W TJt 6 p£d 100 Midland Un pi 19% STOCKS.... _.....Nat Stand N W Bane Quaker Oats Slelnlte Swift Co'" Swllt Intl 'Unit Gas V S Gypsum Utll . Inr Zenltli Niagara H-'-n *.vcr- -"· Gucrft U h S e" M "puWlsJ.«· ^ 7 e Skly.^m I1 » l 'W \Vorld," l=adinB ' nv " lm TM f Uiat Investment in the April 1 is ! u ?.,.^ ,^ v yardstick lor ournal. Pointing out ^ anya ^ rQBC curitle'. the forecast ot ^"IH 101 "^ jiexlhls under prices must n " ess "'!f tlo n; Mr. Guenthcr modem «TM«TM 10 TMf "K Is often enlcr- Bisr.«ffliSfts-3fa f MM crc ase its acreage and Urn t "^f J^ M th! 'Sl, I) ,^y S hSc 0 con dSC i C ;Se aS to I1 do *,th the market's action. ..«»^^-. wa r..o y p»rSU lpt !r s' ins device has not °«TMe were on and It y^-sr^^-asi"-- LET US EXECUTE YOUR ORDERS for listed 01 unlisted SECURITIES on any Stock Exchange Investment Department F1BST NATIONAL BANK Mason City WHEAT-Mar old new. .. May old new... June July Sept CORN-liar, old new. . May old new. . July Sept. . . . . . . OATS-Mar- old. .. . new. May old new. July Sept RYE-Mar. o l d . . . new. May old:., new July Sept. ..: LARD-Mar. May . July 10.45 BELLIES-May 13.05 July 13.10 SIOUX CITY t.rVESTOCK. SIOUX CITT, March 30. (.'P)-- "- de- Is f t I '4 . v « «0: moderately Grade LIGHTS-April May June ., Sept. ·RTEDIUMS-- April May June Sept " HEAVIES-May Sept, (first half) Sept. (last haf) . Ottered 8.50 ...8.50 B.90 9.25 8.00 B.Eft 9.0(J . ..0.50 . ..9.00 Bid 8.00 8.00 OMAHA ORATN OMAHA, llarch 30. l/p)-Wheat,, dark hard No. 1.'73c; hard No. 1, 72«tC; No. 2, 71 1 AO73c: durum smutty No. -, 63c; mixed No. 1. 71V4C. Com, white No. 3. 'Sa'Ac; yellow No. 3, 51c: mixed No. 4, 49'X,c. Oats, white No. 4. 28',5c. S3 75®*; practical Vealer top . --« nun. »», hlltrHon) liflpLLANEOUS 1 .,..., _ CHAIN XIINNBAPOLIS, March 30. I.T)--Wheat, 223 cars compared to 153 a year ago. Unchanged. Cash No. 1 northern 77®81c; No. 1 dark northern 12. 13, H and 15 per cent i protein 78® Sic; No, 1 dark hard Montana 14 per cent protein 77c; to arrive 75c; No. ' l amber durum 70y®74',4c; No. 2 amber durum C8«®71',ic; No. 1 red durum 63uc: May 78c: July 67yic; September 60V6C. Corn. No. .3 yellow 53©55c. Oatfl, No. 3 white 27'.iG28'.ic. Barley 32®51c. Rye, No. 1, 32',(,@37',lc. Flax, No. 1, ~' SUPPLEMENTARY UST OF STOCK QUOTATIONS Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck Building. Telephone No. 7 NEW YOKK STOCKS A P P C 10% Inland Steel G5 Am Bank N 56 Kelv Corp 12% Am Cr F 33V 2 Lambert Co 81 Am Sum T 8% Liq Car C 43% Am Tob 114Vj Louisiana Oil 4 A Z L " S 6 Math Alkali 24% Arm C B 1% McK Roh 11% As Dry Gds 25 % Nev Cons C Baldwin Lo 24% Pathe Excge _ Briggs M C 19% Pills Flour 32 Best Co 42H Oil Co - 8% Bur Add II 27% Pur Bak C 46 Vs Calif Pack 41 Reo Grnd O 6% Com Credit 19% Reo Motors 7% Com Solv 17',f. St. Jo Lead 22'4 Cont Mot 3% Schulte R S 11 Cont Oil 9 So Cal Edi 50Vi Cud Pack 461,4 Stand Brnd 18'A Cur Wgh p 6 Superior Oil I'/i David Chem 17% U S R. I 30% Fisk Rubber % Vanadium 66 Her Cho C 99 West Myld 15 Hstn Oil N 11V- W Union 130 Indian Ref 3% Wrig Jr Co 72 NEW YORK CUBE QUOTATIONS Am F P Co 24i,i H B M S 5 5 : s Am G Kl 76 Humble Oil 55% Am S Pow 15i,i Niag Hud 12% Ark Nat G A 5% N Am Aviat 9% A G El A 22% Can Marcini 3M; Deforest R 6.U Durant Mot 2% Eisler El 5'A Pennroad C 6 S O tod 30% S O Ky 21% Transo Air T 6% United Gas 9V, liiiaier Jiii « /* *-*·"-" Ll -'" " **^ ' El Bd Sh 51% U L P A 28S t8.2Si3i6.40; few smooth sows 56.50. SOUTH ST. PAUt, MVESTOCK. sornK ST PAin.; Man* so. urt--v. s. Department onagriIcuHure-j-^ ^ ag F M of Eng Util P t- e iv 01 £J!IB J-" va uj i-** * . « . * - -- ,-, Fox Theat A 4% Vacuum Oil 54% Hecla Min 6% Walgr Drug 23V- iff DO YOU NEED . MONEY? Our ; personal loan department offers good service and reasonable terras. standard POTATO MARKET. CHICAGO, March 30. ' KANSAS CITY OBAIN KANSAS CITY. March 30. l.n-- 140 cars; unchansed; No. 2 dark CHICAGO STOCKS. Allied M Ind 2 Key S W Aub .A Co 224 Ben Avi C 21 Borg-W C 26 Butler Bros 6 hard Potatoes 271; on iracii. 413; total U. S. shipments' Sunday 24; barely »te»Jy- weaker feeling on H » 1 '»"^ |n ^SiA Clurcs $2 1502.25; browrf beau'-les «1.75. CHICAGO "r^»J^r ^ E3S»^M^ 2 " r; TOr.KBO SEEDS TOLEDO. March 30. (^K-Ctoverseed 140 cars; uncnanBeu r*v. * "^·* x _ ':*v; nominally 71®74c; No. 3 nominally 70'A® 72V.C; No. 2 hard 71®73c; No. 3, 70\ie No? 2 red nominally 72',!®73W:C; No. 3 nom Inally 71'i?72^fcc. 0 Corn, 103 cars; down %®lc; No. 2 white nominally 55^4 @50c; No. 3 nominal- a^rsiSN^ m?S W JSS£3ly N W» W 0^ : 3^-ca^; 5l ,^ 53 ?c;- No. 2 white 30'/4c; No. 3, 32c. HIDES Morgan TLito 5% Mimcie G A 2'4 Nation Leath 1 National St 31 Quak Oats 153 Unit Corp 5 XJ S Gyps 46 mil Ind C 7% U S R T 27',i Cont Chi C Chicago Inv 3% Corp Co 11% Gt. I, Airc 3% Grigsby-Gr 4% Hart-Car Co 9Vi nHNNEAPOLIS STOCK. First B S C 22 Vi MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MARKET. CASH SA1.ES. Flax 148% -loo-' Quotations Furnished by Wo» Bros. 808 Fifth Street Southwest. Horse hides 51.50-52-00 Cured beet hides Green beef hides · · VEW VOHK SUOAIl' Taltes Place of Hunt. NEW HAMPTON, March 30.-M Trunow, Charles City, has teen appointed by the Chicfcasaw County Farm Bureau to replace Frank Hunt, agent, who has been granted x months leave of absence .In Since Prior Preferred Shares were first made available, the ·· has delivered a monthly dividend check regularly to each .harehold- er's door. What's more, d u r i n g good times and bad this safe, sound security ha. not lessened in value. ·no RA.l5.WA.tfS And after all. these features represent the greatest asset, any investment may possess. Comp3ni| Office or through «li) Employe F. J. Hanlon, Pres. and Genl. Mgr ectric Company A^^,... nn al trnnias Mr« C«««ea n «ly ounaay anern66n."*"T

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