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,. SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, Al'RIL 28 1936 HOGS AND CATTLE IN ANOTHER DROP LAMBS AT NEW 6 YEAR PEAKS Chicago Receipts of 16,000 Make Swine Mostly 25 Cents Lower. CHICAGO, W)--Another liberal run of cattle and hogs forced values tor these animals lower in the livestock market Tuesday while lambs rose to new 6 year peaks. - The hog run totaled 16,000 and the market was mostly 25 cents lower and very slow. Top was $10.60, representing a loss of 40 cents the first two days of the week. The market, traders said, is dependent largely on the supply situation, and anticipation that mar- ketings will increase in the summer is a bearish factor. Current prices are the lowest in a month while receipts are the largest in three months. The cattle run of 9,000 was the largest for Tuesday in a month. Steers predominated and although trading was slow the market had a weak to 25 cents lower undertone. The early fed steer top was $9.75 but some were held for more. Old crop lambs are in the cleanup stage and the short run resulted in prices that were mostly 25 cents higher although spots were lip 50 cents. Fading out of the Colorado and Nebraska supply enabled sellers to dictate prices. The early bulk of wooled lambs sold at $12 to $12.50, new top since the spring of 1930. Wholesale lamb meat prices also Lave improved recently and this has tended to bolster the live market. The current lamb market is $2 above the low scored less than a Hog Markets MIDWEST HOGS. Hug prices at midwest markets Tuesday:' CEUAH ItAI'IUS--Good hugs 150 to ICO IbS. Saej'9.20; 160 to 170 Ibs. 59.25^9.51): 170 to 180 Ibs. $9.50(5/9.75; 18U to 230 Ibs. Sil.75 (Vf'10; 230 to 250 Ito. $9.70S'0-9;i: 250 to 270 Ibs. S9.5S9.SO; 2711 to 290 Ibs. S9.106»9.65; 290 10 325 Ibs. $9.20^9.50: 325 to 300 Ibs. 59.10Bi9.35; good packers 275 to 350 Ibs. SS.eSiilS.00; 351) to .125 Ibs. SS.4S|!f'8.70; 42J to 500 Ibs. S6.25SJS.50; 500 to 550 Ibs. $8.05 Sf8.30. WATERLOO--Hoss 25c lower. ucod to cbolce 140 to 150 Ibs. 58.75^8.05: 150 to 1GO bs. $95'9.30; 160 to 180 Ibs. S9.50Sj;9.80; ISO to 250 Ibs. S8.751; 10.05; 250 to 270 Ibs. 59.55 S5; 270 to 290 Ibs. 59.40S9.7U; 2SO to 325 bs. $9.256(19.53; 325 to 350 Ibs. 59.10(99.40: packing sows 275 to 350 Ibs. 5S.G5Qj'8.95; 350 o 425 JOS. J8.45SS.r5; 425 to 550 Ibs. SS.30 Q18.60. OTTU.MWA-- Hoes 15-2Sc lower; HO to 150 bs. J8.659.15; 150 to 160 Ibs. S9.159.49: 60 to ISO Ibs. S9.55Si9.85: 180 to 220 Ibs. 9.855110.15; 220 to 250 Ib3. S9.75@10.05; 00 to 270 Ibs. 59.55S-9.S5; 270 to 290 Ibs. 9.-15®9.75: 290 to 325 Ibs. S9.30ff9.60: 325 o 350 Ibs. S9.209.50; 350 to 400 Ibs. 59gji .30; packers 275 to 350 Ibs. SS.65(5,'S.95; 350 0 425 Ibs. SS.45®8.75: 425 to -150 Ibs. $8.25(5) .55. AUSTIN--Hogs ·UK lower; good to choice ISO to 220 Ibs. $9.80@10.10; 220 to 250 Ibs. $9.75©10.05; 250 to 290 Ibs. $9.50(^/9.80: 290 to 350 Ibs. S9.20Si9.50; packing sows good 275 to 550 Ibs. $8.3068.95. month ago and shorn lambs, selling at $10.85, are also the highest in six years and are 52 above quotations the first of April. Only 5,000 sheep were received Tuesday. Mason City Livestock MASON CITY--For Tuesday _ Twenty-live cents lower. Gpod light lights 110-160 Good lights 160-180 Good light butchers ... 1SO-200 Good JJgul butchers .. 200-220 Good med. wt. butchers 220-250 Good med. wt. butchers 230-270 Good med. wt. butchers 270-290 Good heavy butchers .. 290-325 Good heavy butchers .. 325-350 Good heavy butchers .. 350-400 Good packing sows ... 275-350 Good heavy sows .... 350-425 Good big hy. sows ... 425-550 Good bis hy. sows 550 and up {This above :s a 10:30 trucK hog market lor good and choice bogs. The difference in price is for short and long baul bogs.) CATTLK. 8lcers.'-"sooG to choice ... Steers, tncdium to good ..* Steers, fair to medium -». Heifers, good to choice .... fieifcrs. medium to good Heifers, common to medium Cows, g'Wd to ctnxa _,.... Cows, fair to good _..... Caws, cutters ............ Cows, catmers .,TM. ,TM. .~... Bulls, heavy _.. *. ..,, Bulls. Jisht Calves, med. to good 130-190 Calves, med. to good 130-190 Calves, infer, to com. 130-190 LAM lib. .Lambs, gooa to choice . 7U-90 Lambs, medium t-j good ....... Lambs, fair to medium , Common to fair Xuariings. gooa to choice 70-90 tear lings, med. to good 70-90 Yearlings, fair to medium .... Culls Native ewes, good to choice ... Cult ewei .... EucKs . , Wethers. 2 years old -... WethsBs. poor to best Buck iambs SI les*. No dork on lam OB. Quotations subject to market fluctuations. S 8.75- 9.05 S 9.50- 9.80 S 9.75-10.05 S 9.75-10.Ou S 9.70-10.00 $ 9.50- 9,SO S 9.40- 9.70 S 9.20- 9.50 S 9.10- 9.40 $ S.SO- 9.10 S S.65- 8.95 S 8.45- 8.75 S S.25- 8.55 S 8.05- 8.35 « ?.30- 9,50 f 6.00- 7,50 £ 4 50- 6,00 S 5.50* "-SO $ 4.75- .50 £ 4,00- 4.75 $ 4.25- 5,00 9 3.75- 1.25 ..5 3.25- 3.75 S 3.00- 3.25 S 4.50- 5.25 S 4.00- 4 50 S 6.0U- 7.0(1 S 5.0U- 6.00 S 5.00 dewn $ B.5U-10.00 5 7-50- 5,50 5 5.75- 6,75 $ 5.15 down $ 7-00- W.OU 5 5.00- 7.00 S 4.0U- S.OU S i.OO dovrn S 2.15- 4.00 S 1.50- 2..-.y S 1.00- 2.50 9 6.00- 7.00 $ i.OO- 7.0U COMBINED HOG RECJEIl'TS. DEs MO1NES, uv-u. S. department agriculture-Combined hog receipts at 20 concentrati... yards and 9 packing plants located in interior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 24 hour period ended at S a. m. Tuesday were 17,500 compared with 15,600 a week ago and 11,200 a year ago. Prices mostly 20c to 25c lower than Monday's average, spots off 30c or more- the undertone fairly active at the decline; loading comparatively s iow. Quotations follow: Light lights MO to 160 Ibs. good and choice 58.85(^9.65; light weights 160 to 180 Ibs. 59.50Iff 10.10; 180 to 2UO Ibs. 59.SOrtllO.30: medium weights 200 to 220 Ibs. 59.50(5,1.10.30; 22Q to 250 Ibs. $9.73® 10,30; he.ivy weights 250 to 290 Ibs. $9.45Si/ 10.05: 290 to 300 Ibs. S9.15ffiJ9.75; packing sows 27S 10 350" Ibs. good SS.659.15; 350 to 425 Ibs. SS.50t^'9: 425 to 550 ;bs, $j S9.10; stags S9.50-do\vn; feeder pigs up to 510. SHKKi* 1.500; no early slaughter iambs action; undertone steady to strong; best wooled offerings held above 512.25; asking 510.25 or above for fed clips. WHEAT MARKET FIRM AT CLOSE Prices Tend to Stiffen in Contrast ta Dive Taken on Monday. CHICAGO, (.»--Helped by pur chases for milling' account both her and at Kansas City, wheat tendet upward Tuesday, sharply in con trast with Monday's dive to lower le vels. General disinclination to take the selling side of wheat after Mon day's sudden setbacks of prices was manifest. Some reports receive* Tuesday stated that crops in parts of the southwestern dry area were past redemption. Wheat closed firm, at the same as Monday's finish to 1 cent hither May 98%-'/ 8 , July 87'/ 8 -y 4 corn unchanged to % up, May 62%-, oats unchanged to ',4 off, and provisions 7 to 35 cents down. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN. (Tuesday Market) CHICAGO, OP)--Wheat, No. 4 red 98c. Corn, No. 3 mixed 6262%c; No. 4 jnJxcd 60c; No. 2 yellow 64'/i £j)64^c; No. 3 yello' G2!4(iDG4c; No. 4 yellow SQvilVC' No. 5 yellow 5S59C; No. 2 white GG^gifiB^c; No. 3 white 6S)65c; No. 4 white Me; No. 5 white 590'59V^c; sample grade 2S'.ifc'57c Oats. No. 3 white 26t£29Kc; No, 4 white 25J25{ie; sample grade 23Ug'26V'C. No rye. Soybeans, track Chicago. No. 2 yellow g5 c nominal; No. 4 yellow 77tlS2c; sample yellow 73£fy7ac. Barley, actual SoCaSSc; feed 35(%48c nominal, malting 5393c nominal. Timothy seed $2.70'-i2.85 cwt. Clover seed §1-1.75 (Jr 22.2$ c\vt. Lard tierces 510.52; loosc^ $10.23; bellies $11. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK (Tuesday 'Market) - CHICAGO. (/PI U. S. department of agriculture)--HOGS--16,000; Including 6,000 direct; market mostly 25 cents lower Uian Monday's average; very slow at decline; top. $10.60: bulk 140-250 Ibs.. SIO.258'10.50: very little done on weights above 250 Ibs.; sows, 59@9.25; smooth lightweights upward to 59.40. CATUB--9,000; calves. 3,000; very decidedly a fat steer and yearling run; very little done; undertone weak to 25 cents Tower; better dressing condition of most cattle being in buyers' favor; early top fed steers, S9.75; some held higher; best heifers, 58.50, but several loads held above S8.75; edge off better grade fed heifers and beef cows: other grades about steady; very liberal proportion of steer crop of value to sell at 5S@8.75; bulls steady to weak; veal- era strong to 25 cents higher; selects selling up to $9.50 and most light offerings SS® 8.50. SHEEP -- 5.000; very active market; mostly 25, spots 50 cents higher; early bulk good and choice wooled lambs, S12@12.50; strictly choice clippers. $10.85; Colorados averaging 102 Ibs., $10; best wooled ewes, S6.50; most shorn kinds, $4.75:85.25, OMAHA LIVESTOCK: (Tuesday Markd) OMAHA, un--U. S. department of agriculture-- HOGS 6,000; lo-25c lower: 170 to 220 Ibs. 510.10(5,10.25; top 510.25; 240 to 260 Ibs. S9.S5J.ilO.15: 260 to 300 Ibs. S9.40f»10; 300, to 35.0 Ibs. $9-25((?j9.50; 140 to 170 Ibs. $9.90 @10.20; sows $9$'9.irj; pjgg $9.25@'10. CATTLE 6.500; calves 300; steers steady to 25c lower: cows, bulls strong to loc higher; steers and yearlings S7.259; heifers 56.25^8; cows ssei'7,25: cutters up to S5; bulls S5.50t'('fl.70: vcalcrs S3. lew J8.50fti9. .SHEEP 5.500; lambs strong to 25c higher; S12(J'12.25; best held higher. LIVESTOCK FORECAST CHICAGO, l.'f'l--Official estimated receipts Wednesday: Cattle. 8.000; hogs 14 000; sheep, 7,000. Representative Sales (Tuesday Market) CHICAGO, .v--U. S. department of agriculture--Representative sales:' HOGS. Heavy-- .Lights-43 342 60 327 Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Tuesday No. 3 yellow com ;. .47c No. 4 yellow corn 4Bc Ear corn '.. .4Uc White oats, No. 3 20 J /'C Feeding barley 25-4Uc No. 2 ye]low soybeans SBc 40 253 Mediums-32 244 46 23S 29 224 45 208 22 52 29 43 1GS 1S5 192 196 Steers. 17 19 35 21 IS 1206 1290 881 9S2 1421 1064 1162 110S y.65 9.75 10.00 10.20 Light Lights-10.25 12 145 10.30 is 151 10.50 16 106 " 10.60 CATTLE. Heiiers-- 9.85 24 9fiO 9.65 22 S70 9.40 20 770 17 720 21 Cows-5 9.00 S.60 S.50 8.10 7.50 682 1262 1234 1198 10S5 923 Did Crop wooed 207 344 222 217 13$ 65 91 88 Lamtis-- 12.75 SHEET. Clipped Lambs -- 1U.35 111.50 10.55 10.60 10.25 10.35 10,50 S.S5 S.35 7.90 7.50 7.00 6.75 6.25 5.75 5.25 4.60 235 94 259 50 12.50 522 102 12.10 Wooled Ewes-12.25 12.00 11.50 12 135 139 170 10.90 10.85 10.00 6.50 «.25 5.50 IVHEAT -May . . . . . July Sept CORN-May July Sept OATS-May July .. Sept RYE-May July Sept BARLEY-May July LARD-May July SCPt Oct BELLIES-May July TCfcSJMY uitAlX CLOSE. CHICAGO, i Stock List KEW YORK STOCKS. (Tuesday 4'uial uuutationiO Air Reduction 59'^ l^oewa Al Chcrn Dye 184 Amn Can 123 Ann Sm * Ret 72% Amn Sugar oO^ l!'a A T T Amn Tob B Amn Wat Wks Anaconda Atchison Auburn Aviat Corp B O Barnsdall Bend Aviat Beth Steel Sordcns iorg Warn Can Dry ' L Pac : N W ; G W C M S P P C R 1 P Chrysler Col G E Solv "omwlth Sou Jons OH Contl can Contl Oil Del torn Prod iurt Wright cere pfd u Pont Gea £]« len Foods Mot ^Illctte ioodyear I) cent nt Har nt Nick Can T T obns Manv cnnccott, resge lb O P ZO'/ 50 'A 26% 71 Vi 12 11» 149 2:1 1% 96 'A 30 ',1 7411 5% 37% 63 !1 Mnyta£ McKcss Rob Mid Cont ?ct Mont Ward Morrcll Murray Corf Nash Natl 1sc Natl Cash Rcc Natl .Dairy Nail Dist Natl Pow Lt N Y Cent Nor Pac Oliver Farm J C Penney Pcnn R R Phillips Pet R C A Rep Steel Rey Tob B Sears Roc Shell Union Soc Vac So Pac Stanj Brands S o cal S 0 Ind S 0 N J Stew warn Stone Web Studcbaker Swift Co Tex Corp Tex Gulf Sul Tim Kali Bear Un Carb Unit Air Unit Corp Unit Drug U S Gypsum U S Rubber U S Steel ·Warner Fix 21 b 29 9; 33% 27' 47 29', 42 10 19H 50 v. 64% 13 30-K 15 ·10 :M 59% 19 tt 16% 11',1 20' u S6V4 6014 OS 96',-i .West El Mfg 109V, 35% woolworth 47 20;fc wrlgley 73 49 % CHICAGO STOCKS. (Tuesday Final Qiinlntlons) Hies Service 4% Northwest Banco vxter 13 Quaker Oats 1 eilraann Br Co 12i§ Rath, packing ata Drug 38 £ Swift Co elJogp Switch 5%. Swift. Intr bby McNeil 7*1 Utility Ind all Leather 1% Zenith Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by tAAISON BROTHERS ANT) CO. Mason City Office la Bagley- Ceel; Bldg. Telephone No. 7 STOCK MART IN NERVOUS STATE Ticker Tape Behind on Drops and Trade Rather Dull on Rallies. NEW YORK, UP)--The stock market suffered intermittent nervous attacks Tuesday. Declining periods found the ticker tape behind floor transactions while the rallies were rather dull. Weakness of U. S. Steel and General Motors--each off about 2 points- at the approach of the final hour-retarded recovery movements. Resistance was exhibited by American Can, Northern Pacific, Southern Pacific, Douglas Aircraft, Allied Chemical and Johns-Manville. On the down side fractions to 2 or nore points were Case, Westinghouse, du Pont, Anaconda, Kenne cott, American Telephone, Western Union, Bethlehem and Internationa Harvester. Foreign currencies were abou :ven in terms of the dollar. Bond iid better. The foreign situation, the new taj jill now before congress, and othe actors · continued to confuse trad rs. AUNTHET By Robert Quilien "I don't believe a cold bath makes you feel better. You just think it does because you feel so good when it stops hurtin'." Curb Market .87':, .88'.i .61)-*:, .89% .-'6-li .52 ii -02% .. -in.52 ...10.72 ...10.SO ...10.52 .60 .59'j 111. 7.-, 10.67 10.67 10.50 .87 '.H .85 '.i .2614 .2651 .51 Is .51% .Slit .36 .38 10.75 10.67 10.72 10.52 13.65 14.10 OMAHA GRAIN. (Tuesday .Market) OMAHA, i/l'i--Wbeat. No. 2 hard ?1.011:; No. 4 hard 92!i95c; sample hard S5c; No. 5 durum 75c; sample mixed 85C. Corn. No, 2 mixed 67c; No. 2 yellow tile; No. 3 yellow 58'/t@60c: No- 4 yellow 54(5* 5Sc; No. 5 yellow 50c; No. 3 mixed 5Sl-c; No. 5 mixid 56c. Oats, No. 4 white 2351@244c. Lam son Brothers Market Letter SOOTH ST. PAUI, LIVESTOCK. (Tuesday Market) SOUTH ST. PAUL, op--U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 2.600; most classes opening steady; medium to good steers S6.75@8; some held higher; most fed heifers S6@7; best held above S7.50; medium to good cows 55.255S6.25: low cutters and cutters largely S3.75@4.50; majority ..bulls ?5@5.50: beefy heavy weights up to $5.75; medium to good stocker and feeder steers S6®7,25: calves 2.700; steady; good to choice vealers S7@8; strictly choice 58.50; common to medium S5@ 6.50. HOGS 6.000; fairly active, mostly 15c lower than Monday's average; snots off more: shipper demand narrow; better 140 to 220 Ibs. I10.10@ilO.25; top $10.25 on choice ISO Ibs. down; 220 to 260 Ibs. $9.75^10.10: 260 to 310 Ibs. 59.50^J9.75; big weights down to S9.25: sows S8.S5S9: pigs scarce; average cost Monday 59.95; weight 249 Its. SHEEr 900; bulk of run fed clipped lambs, very little done; sellers asking sharply higher on slaughter lambs or above 510.75 oh choice clippers: slaughter ewes scarce, tend, ing higher: choice wooled lambs Monday S11.50SU1.7, 1 ;. GRAIN LETTER. CHICAGO--Tuesday Wheat--Pressure was lifted in all wheat markets Tuesday and moderate buying gave a firmer tone with fractional advances. .May ruled strong, notwithstanding that mill demand was not so good. Part of the early buying was short covering. However the predicted moisture failed to materialize and there was no desire to press the selling sine. Kansas City and Minneapolis markets had a better tone Tuesday. Reports on crop southwest were mixed all day. The northwest was experiencing snow and sleet In some sections of North Dakota which will further delay seeding of the spring crop. Cromwell after a 2,500 mile trip through the southwest said Kansas and Nebraska should have fair crops, as indicated by conditions at this time, although the danger may appear later with heat damage. Mr. Cromwell said that the week-end moisture came In the nick of time. Eastern parts of southwestern area will benefit much from the rainfall. An inch or 'A an inch of rain should hold conditions for 10 days to two weeks. We continue to hold to the Wea that we don't expect much pressure, on the deferred deliveries unless heavy rains are received. Corn--corn was firm and scored Small gains with wheat, conslceraclc of the buying was credited to traders and millers. May was especially strong. KANSAS Cirr CRAIK. (Tuesday Market) KANSAS CITY, (.ft--wheat 38 cars; le lower to le higher; No. 2 dark hard 51.02',-:; No. 3. SI; No. 2 hard 98c@$l.02; Ntf 3, 97«4c@$1.01K; No 2 red nominally 99!4cS 51.02^i; No. 3, SI.01; close: May 95y.c; Ja S5c: September S3%c. Corn 52 carsi-'A-lc lower; No. 2 whl nominally 6Sli®70V4c; No. 3 nominally 66' 6S!iC; No. 2 j-ello w632i@65ye; No. 3, 60 s @ 6 2 % c : No. 2 mixed 61'Ac; No. 3 nomina ly 59K(S61?;c; close: May 607ic; July 60vic September 59%c. Oats 13 cars; unchanged to s^c lower; No 2 white 27c; No. 3, 26c. DOW JONES AVERAGES Imli. Rillli I'tlln . , 146.75 43.38 29.58 Humble Oil Co 6 Lockheed Nlag Hud Pow S O Ky Co 1 Un Gas Co Un Li Pow Co Util P S: LI Co MINNEAI'OLIS GRAIN. (Tuesday Market) MINNEAPOLIS, (.TH-Wheat 65 cars; higher: No. 1 heavy dark northern spring 6 Ins. Sl.13ssail.2854; No. 1 dark northern 5 Ibs. S1.11S (91.27%: 58 IbS. S1.09S@1.26S No. 1 hard Montana 14 per cent protei $1.13%@1.15%; to arrive S1.12S@1.14S grade of No. 1 dark hard or No. 1 ha: Montana winter 97%c@S1.03%; to arri- 96%c@S1.02%; No. 1 hard amber durum 90»;cffl$1.07i; NO. l red durum 74iic; Uaj $1.00%; July 95%c; September 8S3aC- Corn, No. 3 yellow 56V.®5S',sc. Oats. No. 3 white Hides and Wool Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros. 26c 22c 18c SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK. (Tuesday Market) SIOUX CITY, (;p--U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 4.500; chiefly a slaughter steers and yearling run; few sales to shippers about steady; packers talking weak to 23c or more lower: loads choice 1265 Ib. beeves S9.50; load around 1025 Ib. yearlings S9: few other sales largely 57(SS: odd lots heifers about steady at Se^S 1 ;! 7.15; butcher cows little changed; bulk S4.75fi5.50: cutter grades 53.7594.50; stockers and feeders dull; few common and medium $6.75 down. HOGS 4,000; slow, mostly 25c lower; shipper demand limited to sows; top S10.10; early tulk 170 to Z50 Ib. butchers S9.90g10.10: 260 Jo 300 lb. heavies 59.65^9.90: big weight hitchem DM down to 59.25; 140 to 170 lb. wrages 59.7559.PO; sows S9J/9.05; lew MINNEAPOLIS KLOt'R. (Tuesday Market) MINNEAPOLIS, (.P)--Flour unchanged; carload lots, family patents 56.60^6.80 a barrel in 93 lb. cotton sacks. Shipments 28.200. Pure bran 516.75^17. Standard middlings S17g 17.50. Second Golf Lesson Held Wednesday at Locai Link The second free golt lesson for members of the American Legion Community club will be held at 9:30 Wednesday morning. SEEKS DIVORCE Mrs. Abbie Hilgardner filed suit for divorce in district court here Tuesday charging her husband, Les. ter, with cruel and inhuman treatment and asking $300 attorney fees and 550 a month as permanent alimony. The couple was married here April 14, 1930, and lived together until April 16, 1936, when her iiusband deserted her, according to the petition. Inc., SOS Fifth Street Southwest WOOL Clean bright , .......... . Rejects and western Pulled wool and No. 2 rejects BORSEHlnES fiorsetndea ·CREED BEEP HIDES Up to 25 Iba ....... ... ... 25 to 45 Ih; ......... _ ...... _ .............. 5j Morfl than 50 Iba. ____ . ......... ....... 5c Bull hides ........ ,, ..... ,, .............. 3c "Cured hides half cent more a pound- tOn above prices a cent hlKber to wholesale dealers in wholesale tots. ) BOSTON WOOL MARKET. (Tuesday Market* BOSTON. I.T.--U. S. department of agri culture-The Boston wool market was very quiet. Leading wool houses continued to receive Inquiries from buyers as to types of woo! available and the prices at which they could be bought. Buyers, however, did not appear in a mood to make commitments. INVESTMENT TRUSTS. (By The Associated Press) Bid and asked on Tuesday: Corporate Tr Sh Corporate Tr Sh AA Mod Corporate Tr Sh Ac Ser Corporate Tr Ac Ser Mod Dividend Sh Maryland Fund Nationwide Sec Nationwide Sec Vtc ..... Nor Amer Tr Sh Nor Amcr Tr Sh 1955 ... Quarterly Inc Sh Selected Am Sh Inc Super Corp Am Tr A ... U S E| L i p A U S E I L P E U S El L P Vtc .. 2.06 .. 3.07 .. 2-45 . . 3.07 .. 1.56 ..17.95 .. 4.00 .. 1.65 .. 2.37 .. 3.14 .. 1.4S .. 1.45 .. 3.33 .,17.625 .. 2.60 .. 1.00 1.6S 19.41 4.10 1.79 1.63 1.58 IS.125 2.70 l.OS KANSAS CITV rROniTE. (Tuesday .Market) KANSAS CITY. ov-Eggs ISU roosters 10'»^ll'^c; other produ changed. Close Total Sales 2,230,000 CHICAGO STOCKS Butler Bros S% Marshall Fields 15 Cotd Corp -ITk Walgreen Co 30% Kalamazoo Stov 63 \~ NEW YOKK CUKE Am Gas Eiec 35 Ford Mo of Eng 7;j Am Cyanamfd B 32 Is Arlt Natl Gas A 5'Ti Asoc G El A Hi Can Lnd AlK 8% Can Marconi 2 Eisier Elec 2% El Bd Share 17% Ford Mo of Can £2% NJBW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 13% Houston Oil S 'i Hudson Motor 14 r ;s Hupp Motors i-si Intl Carriers 7 Indust Rayon 23U. Kelvlnator Co 19% Lambert Co 20 LchiKh Port Ce 16',~ Liquid Carb ,Cp 36H Lorillard 21^ Mack Truck 30',» Mathicson Alk 2S',i McK Rob pfd -12 U ilcLellan Stores ll^i Minn, Mollne im 8 1 .-. M K T 71/j. Motor Products 29:Jj No Araer 25 No Amer Avt "1% Otis steel Co 14 U Packard Motor 9«k Park Utah Cop 3 Plymouth" 13;^ Proc Gajn 43 \'» Pub Ser of N J 39% Pullman 39 "ji Pure Oil Co 19U Purity Bakery , 11 J A K K O " 5% Rem Rand Keo Motors Simmons Co 27 % 90 2 5 13 \i 30 3% 11 17 K 5434 3'^ Allegheny Am For Pow Am Cry Sug Co Am Pow Lt Am Roll'g Mills Am Ha S Co Amer Tob Co Armour Co As Dry Goods All Bel . Bel Hemingway Baldwin Loco- ETi 5 f;s MIS CO Bendix Budd MfG Co Eyers A M- Co Caterpillar Trac Cerro de Pasco Chcs Ohio Chi Gt IV Pfd C M S P P pld Joca cola Co se 1 .! Com Solvents 17% Cont Motor 2% Cr of Wheat 35!i Cuaahy Packing 38 Curt-Wri Co A 15 »i Dist Corp seag Douglas Airc Eastman Eaton Mfg Co Elcc Auto Lite Elec Pow Li Erie R R Co Fire'ne Tl i Ru 26Ti Foster-Wheeler Freeport Tex Gen Am Trans Glldden Co Gobel Gold Dust Gt North'n Ore Graham Paige Gt Nor pfd NEW YORK. MV- Modest impruvemen nong oils, metals anj specialties provid' he principal source of strength In the cur arket Tuesday, Most or the industrials an erchandfsfng shares were backward. Aluminum company gained a point at US ulf Oil was 1 higher at 81, and fractiona .provement was shown in American Super wer, Bunker HIM and Sullivan, Creole Pe roleum, Electric Bond and Share, fnterna onai Petroleum and New Jersey Zinc. Issues holding unchanged or leaning to th fslde included American Cyanamid "B,' real Atlantic and Pacific, Newmont Alining an-American Airways, Pittsburgh Plate Glass and Shenvin-Willlams. Bond Market NEW YORK, steadied Tuesday The bond marke:. fo)Jo«-ing Monday's sharp break which brought heavy losses throughou tbe corporate list. Activity was confined principally to rails where best demand developed for issues the medium and low price brackets. Carriers up moderately lale in the second hour included St. paui 5s. The U. S. government list was conspicuous mainly tor its inactivity. High priced liens in the corporate division were generally steady. Gainers included Santa Pe 4s, Columbia Gag and Electric 5s. Northern Pacific 4s and Youngstown Sheet and Tube 5s, Italian 7s were UP slightly on reports military progress in its Ethiopian campaign GOVERNMENT BONDS. {Tuesday Market) NEW VOKK, r.-r,--U. S. bonds closed: Treasury 4 Us 47-52 117.25. Treasury -13 -11-54 112.25. Treasury 3%s 43-47 ±05.4, Treasury 3^s 46.49 103,26. Treasury 3s 51-55 104.12. Produce 19% 5S 156 32 33 3 i 13% 12 30 !i 44 47 |i 4% 17=; 16M, 2^ 3414 21 5.! So Calif Edison 25" Sperry Corp 16 St G E Tide Wa AS oil U S Ind Alch U S Smelter Util P Li A Vanadium Un Gas Imp Warren Bros Western Union Yellow Truck Youngs S T 5"' 47 !r S6 4 IS* 147 9 77-^ Public Utility and Industrial Stocks Quoted by A. M. Schanke and Company, Telephone 1300, Mason City. Bid and asked Tuesday: Cent St El 6 pet pfd (525 par) 12 14 "em St El 7 pet pfd (525 par) 13 15 Cent St P £ L 7 pet pfd .- 12^ H : Shamplin Kef la 7 pet pfd ... 75 -reamery Package com 25'TM Hearst Cons A 23 3eo A Hormol A pfd 98 3eo A Hormei B pfd 96 2eo A Hormel com IS :nterslate Power 6 Pet pfd .... 21 interstate Power 7 pel pfd ... 2-1 u ,owa Electric Co 6^ pet p f d .. 59 Iowa Electric Co 7 pet pfd ... 60 la Elcc Lt Pow 6 pet pfd .. 65 ia Eloc Lt Pow sv; pet pfd 69 :a Elcc Lt . Pow 7 pet pfd .. 71 a POW- Lt 6 pet pfd 98 a. Paw Lt 7 pet pfd 102 a. Public Serv G pet. pfd 92 :» Publii- Serv 6Vi Pet pfd ... 93 a Public Serv 7 pet Pfd 97 a South Util 6 pet Pfd 54 a South Util 6% Pet pfd 56 a South Util 7 pet pfd 61 Minnesota P L 6 pet pfd ... "S Minnesota P L 7 Pet pfd ... S7 Northern St Power 6 pet pfd .. 77 Torthern St Power 7 pet pfd .. 81 f W Bell Tel'6% Pet pfd ... 117 ' W St Portland Cement ... 22 lath Packing 6 pet pfd 99 "Rath Packing 7 pet pfd 100 ~ioux City Gas El 7 pet pfd SS Jolted Lt Bys 6 Pet pfd ... 79 United Lt JFtys 6.36 pet pfd 81 nited Lt . Rys 7 pet Pfd ... SS Vestcrn Grocer pfd 83 Vcstern Grocer com 7 J .$ 26 61 62 70 71 73 101) 101 94 95 56 58 63 SO S9 79 56 119 21 101 102 90 SO 82'A 89 MEW VOKK PRODUCE. (Tuesday Market) NEW YORK. (.!·--Butter 14.155. weaker: reamcry higher than extra 29'/.30 1 / t C; 'ex(92 score) 2S»i@29',ic; firsts (SS-S9 cores) 2S^2Svic; centralized (90 score) 2SV- 128-lie. Cheese 366.617, quiet; prices unchanged. Eggs 35.451. f i r m : mixed colors, finis He; mediums 40 Ibs. 20?/20!ic; storage ackcd firsts 21»iS22c; other mixed colors ichanged. Live p o u l t r y - w e a k : hy f r e i g h t : All prices nchanped. MASON CITY--For Tuesday Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse Eggs, current receipts I7c Heavy hens, 4 ibs. and over ...15c Under 4 Iba ... Cocks Merchants Quotations Eggs, in trade 18-19c* Eggs, fresh 17-l8c : Butter, Iowa State Brand 36c Butter, Corn Country 3Sc Butter, Kenyon's ". 35c Butter, Very Best 36c Butter, Brookfield 35c Potatoes, peck 33c and 45c ·EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtained by calling several grocery stores. CHICAGO r-BODfJCE. (Tuesday Market) CHICAGO, (,n--Poultry, live, l ca r. 1 due. 19 trucks, steady; hens 5 Ibs. and less 2tc; more than 5 Ibs. 19c: No. 2 hens I7c; Leghorn hens 19c; No. 2 Leghorn hens 15c springs, Plymouth Rock 27c; White Rock °7c colored 26c : fryers. Plymouth Rock -25c White Rock 25c; colored 24c: broilers, Plymouth Rock 24c; White Rock 24c; colored 24c; barebacks 20®22c; stags 17c : Leghorn 22c; roosters ll^c; hen turkeys 22c; young toms 20c; old toras 20c; No. 2 turkeys ISc; heavy old ducks 4K ibs. up 16c; heavy young ducks 455 Ibs. up ISc; small ducks 14c- Muscovy ducks 12c; geese 12c; plucked and swan geese lOc; capons 7 Ibs. up 28c; less than 7 Ibs. 27c. Butter 10,871, weak; creamery specials (93 score) 27%@2Sc: extras (92) 27c- extra firsts (90-91) 26/l@26%c: firsts (88-89) 25=1 ®26c; standards (90 centralized car- lots) 26ic. EESS 30,094. firm; extra firsts locai 20%c- cars 2mc: fresh graded firsts local 204c, cars 20Vjc: current receipts ISvic; storage packed extras 22c; storage packed extras 22c; storage packed firsts 21"'lc. PRODUCE FUTURES. (Tuesday Market) C H I C A G O . t,i»--Butter futures closed: Storage standards. November ae^c- April 26 lie. Egg futures: Storage packed firsts, May %c; refrigerator standards. October 22 Miscellaneous NEW YORK SUGAR. (Tuesday Market) NEW YORK. (.T)--traw sugar unchanged Tuesday at 3.75C for spots with no sales reported. Futures 1 to 3 points net higher. Refined unchanged at 5-OOc for fine granulated. POTATO MARKET. (Tuesday Market) CHICAGO, OTV--U. S. department of agriculture-- Potatoes 27; on track 2S7; total U, S. shipments fi07; old stock supplies rather li^ht. demand light; about steady; sacks sales per carlots outweight and invoice weight packed ier cwt. Idaho Russet Burbanks U. S. No. 1, 5252,25; few higher; fair quality 52.10; Colorado McClures U. S. No. 1. 52.35; Wiscon* sin Round Whites U. S. NO. 1, $1.67%^l.T5; commercial {1.45: Michigan Green Mountains J. S. No. 1, Sl.S5fJl.90; Minnesota Red ilv- T section Cobblers partly graded SI.60: 'Bliss Triumphs U. S, No, I, $1.65: North Dakota led river section Gobblers U. S. No. 5, $1.75; Early Ohios U. S. No. 1. $1.72^(0.1.74; Bliss Triumphs U. S. No. 1. SI.70; new stock allot sack sales Alabama 100 lb. sacks Bliss "'riumphs partly graded S2.60 2.SO; U. S. to. 2. Jl.S3; Louisiana 50 lb, sacks Bliss 'riumphs partly praded $2,5033 per cwt.; 00 ib. sacks partly graded $2.50gl2.90 per wt.: Texas 50 Ib. sacks BHss Triumphs U. No. 1 per r,o lb. sacks S1.65@1.77i£; U. S. , 2, 51.10^1.17'^. \ fudge Willis Pierson Outlines Program of Mooseheart to Lodge Judge Willis Pierson, past supreme dictator of the Loyal Order ot Moose, outlined the program of Mooseheart to a number of members and friends of the lodge at the "Men's Night" meeting at the club room Monday evening. Judge Pierson, regional director of this territory, stopped at Mason City on his itinerary through this section. E. A. Zea, past dictator of the local lodge, acted as dictator at Des Moines Sunday where a class of 40 candidates was initiated. A delegation of members also planned to go to Waterloo Tuesday with Judge Pierson to attend an initiation there Tuesday evening. Five cars of members will also attend a meeting at Oelwein Wednesday evening when a new chapter will be organized. Justice of Peace Roe Thompson acted as toastmaster Monday evening and addressed the local group on the work of the organization. Among the accomplishments mentioned was the remodeling of the local club rooms, the relief work among the members of the organization and others, and the. Christmas party for children. The organ- zatioon is said to have the largest benefit fund of any organization except one. A dutch lunch was served after Jie meeting. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT EXECGTIUX STATE OP IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, as. No. 4 SOI. Notice is hereby given, that the under- gned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executrix of the estate of Thomas C Bowles, Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment: and those having claims against the same presetnt them, duly authenticated, to ,ne undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. CARRIE G- BOWLES, Executrix. SENNEFF. BLISS AND SENNEFF. Attorney 3. Dated April 11, 1936. S. H. MacPEAK, Clerk District Court. By MARGARET RILEY, Deputy. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA. Cerro Gordo County, ss. To A. J. Thomson and C. A, Armslitiry Thomson, and to whom It may concern: You are hereby notified that by virtue of a special execution, to me directed, and ssued out of the office of th Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa, within .nd for. Cerro Gordo County, upon a judgment rendered In said Court in favor of Geo. W. Hill and against A. J. Thomson and C. A. Armsbury Thomson for the sum of Ten hundred eight and 04-100 Dollars, debt, and Nineteen and 15-100 Dollars, costs, and Fifty and 24-100 Dollars, attorney's "ees, I have levied upon the following described real ostai*, to-wit: Lot Number Ten (lf) In Block Thirteen (13) College Addition to Mason City. Iowa, and that on the 16th day of May, 1936. at 2 o'clock P. M., at the front door of the Court House in Mason City, Cerro 'Go County, Iowa, 1 will proceed to sell the same In satisfaction of said execution, together with all legal costs accruing. Dated at the Sheriff's office in Mason City, Iowa, this 14th day of April, 1936. J. M. ROBERTSON. Sheriff of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa. By--Elsie Ramsey. Deputy Sheriff. Fitzpatrick Barlow, Attorneys. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, Cerro Gordo County, as. To T. E. Nefidharn and Dena Necdham, and to irhom 11 may concern: You are hereby notified that by virtue of i special execution, to me directed, and ssued out of the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State ol Iowa, within and Cnr Cerro Gordo County, upon a Judgment rendered in said Court in favor of C. Telford and against T. E. Needham Dcna Needham. for the sum of Twenty- Ight hundred ninety-four and 09-100 uol- ars. debt, and Thirty-one and 90-100 Dolars. costs, and Sixty-eight and 94-100 Dolars. attorney's fees I have lex-led upon the Cllowinp described real estate, tg-wit: I*it numoer EtcM (8) in ntnrk Xtiml«!r Four f 4 , Witdnnod Addition to Mason CHy, Iowa, nd that on the 16th day of May. 1936. at o'clock P. M., at the front door of the Court House in Mason City. Cerro Gordo Bounty, Iowa. 1 will proceed to sell the ame in satisfaction of said execution, to- thcr with all lepal costs accruing. Dated at the Sheriff's office in Mason ity, Iowa, this 14th day of April. 193fi. J. M. ROBERTSON. Sheriff nf Cerro Gordo County. Iowa, By--Elsie Ramsey. Deputy Sheriff. itspatrick Barlow, Attorneys. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF HILL TATE OF IOWA. Cerro (jordo County, ss. In District Court, No. 4S20. April Term, 1936, o All Wh^m It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instru- ent of writing purporting to be the last "ill and Testament of Julia Rebecca Birk- cck. Deceased, dated August 30, "1930. e been this day filed, opened and ad, Monday the llth day of Kay, 1936. fixed for hearing proof of same at the ourt House in Mason City. Iowa, beJcre District Court of said County, or the erk o( said Court: and at 2 o'clock p, m., the day above mentioned all persons f n - rcsted arc hcrchy notified and required to appear, and show cause it any they have \vhy satd instrument should not be probaied and allowed as *ind for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Mason City, Iowa, April 13. 1P36- H MacPK.AK, ciTk nt District Court, By MARGARET KlLEY, Deputy. $1 CHECK BRINGS 90 DAYS IN JAIL William Bingman Sentencec by Judge Kepler on Fraud Chargei William W.. Bingrnan was given a 90 day jail sentence by Judge M H. Kepler in district court here Tuesday on his plea of guilty to a county attorney's information charging him with obtaining mone; under false pretenses. Arrested after he had cashed bad check for ?1 at WatMns' cafe at Clear Lake on April 24, Bingman made an unsuccessful attempt to escape from Clear Lake authorities by jumping out a second story window after he had been bound to the grand jury at.a hearing in justice court. Alter running a short distance, he was thrown to the ground by Kenneth Heimendinger. former Mason City football star. County Attorney F. B. Shaffer, representing the state in the prosecution of this case, again asserted :hat all bad check artists, regard- ess of the extent of their opera- .ions or the amounts which they .hus obtain, will be prosecuted to :he fullest extent of the law in order :o protect merchants in this county from this graft. fohn Conley Services Held at Holy Family Catholic Church'Here Funeral services for John F. Coney, 78, who died at his home, 428 ta*achusetts avenue northeast, Sunday morning, were held at the ioly Family church Tuesday morn- ng, with the Rev. R. P.'Murphy in harge. Burial was at St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery. Pallbearers were Dan Sullivan, ames Quinn, Remley Glass, Charles ·tellang, Winn Nutting and Harry Yelland to Review Duranty, Wreden Books Curtis Yelland will review "I Write as I Please" by Walter Duranty and "The Unmaking of a Rusan" by Nicholas Wreden at a meeting of the Hadassah Literary ub to be held Wednesday evening t 8 o'clock at the community cen- er. The meeting is open to mem- ers, their families and friends. Lodges and Societies 1. O. O. F. LOOGK NO. 224 !2/4 E. STATE PHONES :14«V-3ll4J Meeting every Tuesday 8 p. m. Anniversary meeting Odd Fcl- OWB, Rebekahs and iricndu Tucs.. April 28. J. C. ROBINSON, N. O. Ph. 825 IVA3TMAN CLOSSON Kec. Sec'y. 3467. 8. J. PINE. Fin. Scc'r. IOVAL ORDER OK MOOSK MOOSE HALL--2ND ANI S. I'KDLKAL Phone 1278 Meets first and third 'rues- lays uf each month. Every 4th Tuesday is family night. IV. P. CHAMBERL1N, Dictator. Phone 2549. WILLIAM GROTH, Sec'r. Phone 1278 BENEVOLENCE LODGE NO. J4» A. F. »ND A. M.--7:30 F. M, Stated communication first Thursday of each month. U. t WOOD. W. M. C. P. SHJPLET. Sec'y. HARD [.NO LODGE NO. 64IP A. 1'. A N D ' A . M. 1:30 r. M. Staled meeting (irst Friday . of each month. L. L. RAYMOND, W. 1C. C. C. HALPH1DE. Scc'y. KOYAL NEIGHBORS OP AMERICA MOOSE HALL Camp meets 2nd . and ith Thursday, 7:30 P. M. Club meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays. 2 P. AI. MARGARET JOHNSON, Oracle. MATT BUDWORTH, Roc. Phone 1372W QCKEN REBEKAH LODGE NO. 106 I. O. O. F. HALL--« r. 91. Meetings every first and third Friday of month. 'IRS. WAYMAN CLOSSON, N. G. 3167 MRS. WIN NUTTING, R. S. 596W. MBS, R. E. KOLWINSKA. F. S. USSJ. lletnrns From Sioux Falls. BUFFALO CENTER--Miss Rose " Dorenbush, who has been visiting in Sioux Falls, S. Da.k., returned Sat- irday. See the OLIVER 9C Corn Planter that Is rapidly gaining recognition with the C o r n B e l t farmer. EQUIPMENT^ SUPPLY LIVESTOCK SALE GARNER, IOWA SALES PAVILION -- HIGHWAYS 18 AND 69 BEGINS PROMPTLY AT 12:00 P. M. Thursday, April 30 25 -- HEAD OF HORSES -- 25 C. E. Proctor will be here with several head of good horses. 250 -- HEAD OF CATTLE -- 250 Consisting of 20 head ol good whitefaced steer calves, 20 while- faced fleshy feeding heifers, wt. 700 Ibs. The balance will consist of butehcr stock,-springer cows and breeding bulls, stocker and feeder cattle of all ages, breeds and weights. 75 HEAD OF GOOD FEEDING PIGS AND SOME BBED SOWS SEED--40 bu. of seed potatoes, and 10 bu. of yellow seed corn. BRING YOUR LIVESTOCK TO OUR SALE AND RECEIVE FULL aiARKEt VALUE FOR IT. CAFE IN CONNECTION WITH SALES PAVILION SALE EVERY THURSDAY BEN REBMSTMA, Auctioneer GARNER SALES CO., INC. ED C. BUNTENBACH, Owner Garnef, Iowa, Phone 37, or Klcmmc, Phone 73 AUCTION SALE! Thursday, April 30, at 11:00 A. M. Sharp Lund Sales Stables ON NO. 18--EAST SIDE of MASON CITY 80 -- HEAD OF HORSES -- 80 Consisting of good work horses and farm mares. Grays, bays and roans for some good 2 and 3 year old colts. There will be a buyer here for killer horses Thursday. Will have buyers this week from Wisconsin and the east. We can sell any kind of a horse you bring in. Don't be afraid to bring your horses as we have buyers here for all classes of horses. 125 -- HEAD OF CATTLE -- 125 Consisting of STOCKER STEERS, SPRINGER HEIFERS AND BREEDING BULLS 25 -- HEAD OF SHEEP -- 25 50 -- F E E D I N G PIGS -- 5 0 Somo Brood Sows Some farm machinery and furniture 25 bushels good yellow seed corn. 90% guaranteed, 90% germination or money back. Lunch on the grounds. These sales will be held every Thursday, Bring anything you have to sell. Get Your Horses in Early--Sale Will Start at 11:00 Sharp. We Invite You to Attend -- Terms, Cosh STABLE 3758 -- THONES -- RESIDENCE 3836 Ora Baylcss, 4127 -- AUCTIONEERS -- Jack Dorsey, Plymouth

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