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16 Wednesday, March 15, 19U MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Hogs Make I0-20c Gain SWINE MARKET FAIRLY ACTIVE Fed Steers, Yearlings Make 25 Cent Advance Chicago, (/P)--Hog prices made sharp gains in a f a i r l y . active market Wednesday, most weights and grades selling 10 to 20 cents higher than Tuesday. Fed steers and yearlings were up 2f cents, with best grades showing the most advance. Not enough lambs sold early to establish a market. (WFA)--Salable hogs 11,000; total 19,000; fairly active, uneven lOc to 20c higher; good and choice 190 to 350 Ibs. 314.10-14.25, top ?14.35 for around 2 loads but little above S14.25; good and choice 160 to 190 Ibs. $13.35-14.20; few loads big weights up to 400 Ibs. $14-14.10; sows 10-15c higher good and choice 350 to 550 Ib sows $13.50-13.75, choice light weights to $13^85- good clearance Salable cattle 10,000; salable calves 600; fed steers and yearlings strong to 25e higher; good tc average-choice grades showed ful advance; better action on common and medium grades however; tot $17 paid for half-dozen load scaling 1,100 to 1,350 Ibs.; som held above $17; moderate svippl $16.25-16.75 and bulk $14-16.25; heifers strong, bulk $12.75-15; also fully steady market on cows : and weighty beef bulls; cutter $8.25 down, most beef cows $911.50, with strictly good kind below trade requirement at $1313.50; sausage bulls barely steady at $11.50 down; most heavy fat bulls SI 1.75-12.50; vealers firm at $15.50 down; stock cattle in negligible supply, undertone firm. Salable sheep 7,000; total 9,000; not enough sold early to establish market: generally asking strong to 25c higher or above S16.25 on most good and choice led western lambs, early bids weak lo a shade lower; few loads ot lambs carry- sheep again very Midwest Livestock (WEDNESDAY'S PRICES) Trend Good Butcher*-- l-IO-l'O lljs 13U-1KO lb 1WJ-17I) Ills 170-ISII lls 1IJIJ-200 Ib* 200-2130 U).-i 220-^40 Ills lis. IDs. ooci Packing 00-330 Ibs 30-3DO 00-450 =.0-500 00-550 n»s. tin. Ih.'. Ihs. Albert Lea M i n n . Steady In .~e higher . .. S 3.9"i . .. S10.8. . .. SII.2J ... S11.8S ... $12.5(1 . .. S)H.4«J . .. Slli.411 ... $13.40 ... $13.411 ... SI3.4U ... SI3.1I) . S12.50 . S1S.30 S12.4II S12.M S12.20 . $12.10 A u s t i n M i n n . Stc.idy 5 y.W) SlO.ftl S I 1 . I O S1I.60 si2:j(j S-13.4D S-i:i.4ti fH.'O $13.40 S13.1J S12.50 S12.50 S12..W SI2.40 S12.30 Waterloo. Steady \n~ IflL- higber SI 1.6.1 Sl-.l ·) S12.9S S13.4.T S13.43 ' SI3.4.1 su.'r S13.45 S 13.HO S12.75 Sl'J.Tii S12.75 SK.65 S12.5r S12.45 Cedar Rapids lOc lusher S11.80 S12.20 S13.-.M 413.53 ?:I3.5J S13.55 S13.55 Slll-tj $13.15 S12.65 SI 2.55 SI 2.45 812.35 RYE FUTURES MAKE ADVANCE Wider Use in Alcohol Production Reported Chicago, (/P)--Rye futures advanced much as a cent at one ing fleeces; scarce. Local Livestock HOGS MASON CITY--For Wednesday Steady. Good lislU lisl't? Good IJRll* liKl'ts Good light lights Good light lights Good light liGhls Good light lights Good med. wt. butch ers Coot} med. wt- butchers Good med wt. butchers Good med. wt butchers Good incd. wt. butchers Good packing soivs ...... Good sows Good sows Good sows Good sows ..... . 1*0-1511 » 8.90 . laU-lGl) S 9.90 . 160-170 S10.90 . no-lBO SI 1.90 . 1EO-200 SllMK) . 1MO-220 513.40 . 220-240 913.40 . 2-SO-270 513.10 . 270-300 $13.40 .. SCO-ra) $13.40 . 3.-IO-360 $13.15 . 270-300 S12.50 .. 300-331; S12.50 .. :i30-360 S12.SO .. :*60-*00 S12.5U . 100-130 SI 2.40 time in late trade Wednesday-on commission house b u y i n g stimulated by talk ol wider use o rye in alcohol production, a tac tor wliich Tuesday and early Wed ncsday had been somewhat discounted by the trade. Wheat and onts advanced fractionally in sympathy with the dark grain. 'Dllerings of rye on basis of the announcement that 2 distillers were to start using some rye alone with wheat in production of alcohol on an experimental basis failed to find any buyers and even early Wednesday the trade was inclined to be cautious since the quantities involved are loo small to be of market significance. Late trade advices however, said additional distillers have been ordered to use part rye in their alcohol o u t p u t . Wheat finished ":'R to ~/g higher than the previous close, May 51.71 V-!, J u l y S1.G8, oats were up '/i lo ',2, May 811-, rye was -is to 1 cent higher. May 51.29'js- 1 ,-;, and barley was V't off to \'s higher, May $1.25',2. SPECIALTIES IN MOST DEMAND Standard Leaders in Stocks Generally Rest New York, f/P)--Specialties took the play in Wednesday's stock market as most of the standarc Algona Farm Loan Group Has Meeting Alsron*-- The Algeria National Fann Loan Association elected the following officers: Henry Weber of Corwith, president; Charles Newell, Fenton, vice president, and H. D. Hutchins, Algona. secretary and treasurer. Directors included Hugh Raney, Algona, and Henry Patterson, Buffalo Center, for * years each and Douglas Wildin for one year to linish the term ot A. B. Schenck. President E. N. Van Home, ol the Federal Land Bank of Omaha gave a resume o£ the work of the organization. Since 1917 the Federal Land Bank has taken the lead in reducing interest and adding other features to farm loans that are avorable to debtors. To help avoid inflation the olicy of the organization is to make farm loans on a normal alue rather than on inflated alucs. BOARD AND ROOM leaders rested. Price variations were narro\ and mixed throughput the list. A few key industrials were dow slightly near the finish but th profit selling move that starte Tuesday after a week of steady ad vance lost much of its -force aftc Tuesday's opening. Railroad equipments and som low priced issues came to the for in the late proceedings. Gain ranged from fi actions to around a point in this group which included Pullman, American Locomotive, Houston Oil, Graham Paige, International Telephone and Gulf, Mobile Ohio. Philco, Paramount, American Woolen, Texas . Pacific H. S. Artists Finish Work for Exhibit Iowa City--High school artists this week are putting the finishing touches upon their entries for the state art exhibition, with deadline date for receipt of entries at the University of Iowa March 21. The exhibition will be h u n g al the university from March 2b through April' 9. Eight classes o entry are included in the 1944 meet, Prof. Edna Patzig of the art department, exhibition manager, has announced. For the 2nd year, the emuhasi will be upon "War Design" w h i c h includes such entries as posters on sale of war bonds and stamps, scrap collections, food conservation, victory gardens, and Red Cross; charts, diagrams, and dcc- Coal Oil and American Foreign Power Second Preferred appeared frequently on the tape at new high levels for Ihe year. Bonds were steady. . Good sows "". .............. 450-500512.30 Dne to FXCCSSITC run of 1*«E». ple«« call the plant before delivering »ny hofS. JACOB E. DECKER t, SONS. CATTLE MASON CITY-- For Wednesday ClllCAdO CASH CHAIN* (Wednesday Market) Chicago. M'I--Cosh wheat, tioue. Com. No. 5 yellow S1.08. Barley, l i m i t i n g Sl.^^i 1.44! j nominal: feed S1.13fii\.22\t nominal. Field seed per 100 Ibs.: Timothy S5.75^' nominal: red top SJ'^/15 n o m i n a l : red "31.50 nominal: s\v-cct clover Choice steers and ncircrs Good steers and heifers . Med. steers and heifers . Com. steers and heifers . Cows, dry fed Com. cows Butcher hults Bologna bulls Bologna bulls, light Cutters Canners. heavy ....... Canners. light Fancy select car . S14.00-15.UO .. 512.50-13.50 .. S10.00-I1.5D .. S 8.00- 9.50 .. S 8.50- 9.00 ... S 7.50- 8.00 ... S 0.00-10.00 ... » 8.00- 9.00 ... S 7.00- 8.00 ... J 6.00- 7.00 ... S 5.00- 6.00 ... S 4.00- 5.00 SI2.00-13.00 Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Wednesday Produce (Merchant Quotations) (Cash Quotation: br E. G. Morse) MASON CITY--For Wednesday Eggs, current receipts -29c Springs, heavy breeds .24c Leghorn springs, 2 Ibs. over 21c Heavy hens . 21c Hens, under 4 Ibs 18c Cocks, heavy Cocks. Leghorns All No. 2 Poultry 4 cents less Eggs, at retail 38c Butter. Iowa State Brand 49c Butter. Corn Country 4Hc No. 2 while oats No. 2 shelled corn {15'-.% moisture) No. 2 ear corn (15% moisture) No. 2 soybeans Barley 70c . SI.02 . 98c . S1.80 75c-51 Calves, ed. to choice 130-180 S11.00-I2.00 Calves, f a i r to sood 1:10-130 S 9.00-10.00 Calves, common to f a i r .... 3 7.fiO- B.iiO Calves, cull J 4.00 d'wn SHEEP MASON CITY--For Wednesday Genuine sp. Tambs. fccl. lo ch. SI *-00-l"i.OO Genuine sp. Iambs, prt to ch. sin.00-14.tJO Fed ewes, good t 0 crl orce .. S 5.00- 6.00 CHICAGO f i R A I N CI.OSK I IVedMFMlay . M a r k e t ) iT-- M i c h Lou-. 1.71-:, 1.71'i, i.n?« ... I.lin 1.63*. Butler. Brookfield -49c KSTI.MATE1 LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS (Wednesday Markefr C h i r a u o . (3*,-- IW. F. A.I -- O f f i c i a l l y estimated salable livestock receipts for Thursday: Hops 12.0(10: cattle 5.000; iheep 5,000. orative wall maps; and war cartoons. Oilier classes of entries arc drawing, painting, design (decorative, advertising, industrial, and costume), applied design, sculpture, civic art, and pictorial photography. Critics will record their ( estimates and » report of the ratin w i l l be sent to the schools. No competition among entrants is involved, this angle having been abandoned several years ago. A radio art conference is set for April 1. with art educators and criitcs ns speakers. This is substituted for the regular an conference because of travel restrictions. Professor Palzig expects t h a t some 500 pupils of more than 35 schools will enter the 1944 hibition. In the 1943 meet, pieces were shown. [ V/AS AN EW-OIT FUTT1M ENOUGH STUFFIN' ABOUND DA SQUEAKER. IM51DE TEDDY- BEARS/ · TOO MUCH STUFFIM' AM' LITTLE mO-5 WOULD DBLERCATE DSV THUMBS LIKE I V/AS S BEFORE I C50T DA LETTEK-jTELUN' ME I WAS AN OIL, L V/OIKED FER A TOY FAtTTOPVAS A TEDDY-BEAR. STUFFER- ' ' HM--I MUiT MAKE HIM fcEALrZE Yanks Laugh at Japs' 'Zero Hour" Broadcast .--Sgt. Burnell Flack states n a letter received by his wife that the boys in his group are fun listening to the "Zero Japanese broadcast. Every group of boys coming to vicinity, near Australia, is welconjed, and attempts made to break their morale. A snappy band plays American tunes, and girls sing poptilai songs. The announcer tells the boys how the 4-F men are "stealing" their wives and sweethearts home. To the Australiai announcer tells storic: of the Americans and their attempts to take their wives and sweethearts away from them. They tell them how futile is their fighting. To Sergeant Flack's unit came the message, "We wish the 16th Signal Corps wo-jld settle down." That group has been "hopping" to various islands in that vicinity. Sergeant Flack says that contrary to breaking the morale, the broadcast strengthens morale as well as provides a lot of laughs, and "they won't be broadcasting the Zero Hour from Tokyo when we get there." Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. Livestock AUCTION AT THE Kanawha Sales Pavilion Kanawha, Iowa, on Highway No. 11 Fri. Afternoon, March 17 STARTING AT 12 O'CLOCK Chevrolet IV- ton truck with grain box and stock rack will be sold at auction Friday. See it. What'II you give? Good run of livestock for Friday's sale. All kinds of cattle: Steers, heifers, cows, bulls, calves. Also boars, sows, pigs, ewes, lambs, bucks. Will be another biff sale. II you have stock to sell take advantage o[ this great market. IIOKSF. AND MULE SALE To be held next Tuesday, March 21. Good broke horses in demand. Bring yours for Tuesday's auction as a number of buyers will be on hand. Can sell all kinds. Buyers for everything. H.Brummund, Auctioneer Manager DEAR YCU WM ML PttfcLY ^ m* TO LEARN TWAT NCW I M IN SW WIY TOUCH WW HUNDREDS 0-= "THE BiEMV- BLST I ANT H-^l^-VS WO TROUBLE TO THEM. youR sow PS..THY JUST SWNP ASOiNO UXKWG O" J- V C P Z G O R V, F 5 S G K M S S J V ex- 654 Common ewes S 2.00 700 Bottles of Beer Snared by Sea Divers Headquarters 1 3 t h Airforcc. South Pacific. (U.R)--First U. William Mackie, Tampa. Fla.. and 2nd Lt. John S. Blankenship, Oklahoma City, have a paying hobby. They have built a diving helmet from materials lying around the fighter command base and have acquired enough footage of rubber hose to allow them to explore the depths of nearby harbors. Recently the boys came up with a cache of 7CO bottles of beer, and they have been keeping the barracks stocked with canned fruits, juices and other tasties. How do they do it? Cargo nets sometimes break, crates slip off barges. The boys have their own private information service. "We've been hoping lo find a jeep," the pilots said, "but no one is obliging enough to let one slip overboard/* May July Scpl Doi\ May July Sept Dec R Y E -May July ...... Sept Dec. B A R L E Y -May July Sept l.firc 1.6(5 CHICAGO PBOmrci: (·Vedn*dzy M a r k e t ) Chicago. LT--Butter. f i r m ; 34R.215: m a r k e t unchnn^cri- EJXS. receipts 23.M9; stcaily; unchanged. l.-JIT . 1.20"i X E W YORK P R O U U C E ( W e d n e s d a y MarkrM Xew- York. M', -- Butter IHT.63J: (irtn. Prices uiichanpeti ot ceiling. Cheese 2RG.*!82: notni/ml. no quotations. rjfisjs 25.(l^a: irrecuiar. Current general wholesale sellinc, prices follow. Mixed eoTors, special No, 1 to No. 4. 4" ]hs and over 3fi',2?'37 1 .;: 46 lljs. nver- ape aS'.jn/SC: extra No. 1 to No. 2. 47 Ibs. and over S.Vi'-i'IG: 45 Ibs. average "!4li;'ri -".i: extra medium 411 ]hs. .iverasc :jt)''j"tl: extra pullets ?^)^|37 ]hs. 27: current re- roipts. 43 Ibs. avcracc. 32**t2 1 ,',; dirties. 43 Ihs.. "ll?*: checks *S1. Miscellaneous CHICAGO POTATOF.S {Wednesday Market) ChicacD, i]';--tW. F. A J--Potatoes, ar- rivats 73. on track 179: total ^. S. shipments 1.020- supplies Tiioderatp: for western flock demand moderate* market slcndy: for northern stock, fccst finality, demand fair, market steady: for f a i r finality stock d e m a n d slow, market d u l l ; Ilnho Rtisset Bur-banks U. S. No. I. S3.3Mf3.45: Colorado Red McChircs U. S. N T o, I. SSJiT; Ncbrnska Bliss T r i u m p h s U. S. No. !. S3.59: Minnesota and North Dakota Bliss Triumphs Com mere in Is Sl.ROfi I fci: Cobblers Commercials Sl.ift 'J: Florida Bliss Tritirnplis U. S. No, t. S3.2,^3.40 per 30 Jb, sack. S^.TiO per bushel crate. UIIICACO rOL'I.TRY l i r a z n . i.T,-- Poultry, live, f i r n ar.s. 2 trucks: market unchanccd. CRYPTOQUOTE--A cryptogram (-notation S O R V L,O C V C M V L F I V R F R Q F 0 C V R S Q G B 0 S~R Q X O V R -- R T O Q S. Yesterday's Cryptor-notc: THE DAY IS DONE. A N D THE DARKNESS FALLS FROM THE WINGS OF NIGHT-- LONGFELLOW. · Hides QuoUtinn* furnished by Wolf Rrna.. Inc., :iox H f t b Strtfi Southw-ut Horsehidcs . ... M,00 · G R E E N BEEF HIDES Bull hides Be r"rom 15 Ihs. up lie ?rnm In tbs. down . . , . . ... 12c "Cured Hides lc a Ib. higher Also Ic a b higher for crrrn hides To wholesale dealers in whole-sale quant (Ties Private Hogan, Editor, Gets His Public Mixed First Lady Visits in Balem, Brazil Relem. Brazil, March 14--{Dc- Iaycd)(."P)--Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, on a visit to this air-naval base. Tuesday told United Slates military personnel that their tasks were extremely important even though they are not dodging bullets and bayonets. The president's wife said the chief executive wanted her to t a k e that message to the men and women in Latin America. Mrs. Roosevelt arrived here bj plane Monday cvcnin'*. "Standby Christener" for Ships Still Hopes Seattle. (U.R)--One of the sti'.iii"- cst of wartime tasks is t h a t oC L W. Van Dyke, production manager at the Seattlc-Tacoma shipyard who acts as a "standby chrislcner*' at -=hip launchings. His ecviiipment for the job is a ·mall case which holds 2 bottles of champagne. One bottle ho gives to :hc ship's sponsor to crack over Ihe bow. but the other he carries to his "stand." below the platform where dignitaries so through launching ceremonies. But Van Dyke is a victim of frustration. He only works when the sponsor misses the ship's bow and fails to break the champagne bottle. More than 20 times. Van Dyke lias taken his bottle in hand and stood poised to crash it against the side but he has yet to crack his first champagne bottle because no one has missed. "Maybe thei'c'll come a 'lay,' tie says philosophically. Madison. Wis.. ~(U.R)--Pvt. Joe Hosan is the new sports editor ot Radio Post, weekly newspaper of Truax Field, near Madison. As such, he answers a lot of phone calls daily. One day when he was rushed he picked up the telephone and said: "Private Relations, Public Ho- iii.*' Meetings Of North Iowa Organizations MANLY--To help swell its en- lowincnt fund, the Rcbckuh order will have a Saint Patrick dance it the Odd Fellow r s hall Friday evening. Albert Murray and his orchestra of Mason City w i l l play. ST. ANSGAR--The sewing circle w i l l meet Thursday afternoon at the parish house. i BELMOND--W. S. C. S. will meet at the Methodist church Thursday. THORNTON 1 --The United Service Women of America will meet at the schoolhouse Friday after- I noon. Election of officers will be icld. GREENE--Newly elected o f f i - cers of the United Service Women of Greene are: President. Mrs. H. ^ l i f f ; vice president, Mrs. Clarence Swab: secretary. Mrs. Herbert Barnclt: treasurer, Mrs. Harry Marsh: keepers of records, Mrs. J. H. Peterson and Mrs. Herman Schroeder; historian, Mrs. Frank Knight; and chaplain, Mrs. Harry Howe. BURT--The Burt Woman's club elected officers as follows: Mrs. George Boettcher, president: Mrs. R. H. Thompson, vice president: Women Workers Fear Service Pins Tell Age Chicaero, (U.R)--"Did you get your f year service pin, Gert?" Not if Gert could help it, judging from a National Metal Trades association study of war workers' reaction to lapel pins recognizing years of f a i t h f u l duty. Says the report: "Women em- ployes are inclined to dislike them inasmuch as they feel they are an indication of their ages!" MAKES OLD CLOCKS Winchester. N. II.. (UP.) -- One of the few men in the nation still making old-fashioned grandfather's clocks is 73 year old Bert F. Wood of Winchester. Wood began making and repairing clocks when he was 15 years old and has been at it ever since. He makes the works first and then builds the cabinets. The wood for the cabinets comes from old pianos which Wood bought up at auctions and from ami-hand dealers. It takes h i m about a month to complete one clock. GUESTS M A K E OWN BEDS Chicago, (U.R) -- Chicago hotel managers say that the shortage of help is so severe that many times guests must make their own beds and change their own linens. "If thcj don't like it, they can go somewhere else," one manager said. "The WLB has a ceiling of S3.50 a day for this work, and the maids can make more money in the war plants. However, guests have been good sports about it." ·PSKUDO-PEDIC- P A R S N I P Portland. Ore.. (U.R)--Portland's "pseudo-pcdic" parsnip has finally been positively identified as a botanical and not zoologica phenomenon. The vegetable, discovered in a local markel, resembles a human foot clear down t the n t h digit, which, to enhano the likeness, is slightly deformed as if it had been encased in a non rationed shoe. Its origin has nt las been traced to a f a r m on the San tiam river near Jefferson, Ore. AGED WOMAN DIES Frcrtcricksburg -- Funeral ser- iccs \vcrc held Monday for Mrs. Villiam Martin, 82, who died Sat- irday at the home of her daugh- cr, Mrs. Charles Spcicher, near "rcdcricksburg. Interment was nade in Maple Grove cemetery. INJURED IN ENGLAND Joice---Word was received Monday t h a t Sgt. Emerson Evans, located in England, suffered a broken right arm. At the time of his etter he had been in the hospital R days. The letter was written by f r i e n d . Mrs. W. B. Officer, secretary and Mrs. Don Mitchell, treasurer. MANLY--Mrs. G. S. Westly w i l l I e hostess to members of the Dor- circle of Lutheran church at tcr home Monday. MANLY--Mrs. K. G. Mitchell will entertain members of the Missionary society Friday afternoon. MANLY--F.lcction of officers to erve in the United Service Women resulted as follows: Mrs. Harm Oilman, president: Mrs. Irving Jones, vice president; Mrs. Maynard Vartleti, secretary; Mrs. Virginia Clark, treasurer: Mrs. Lee Mensch, historian; Mrs. Elinore Brown. scrgcant-at-arms; and Mrs. Mabel Brown, parliamentarian. P U B L I C S A L E Due to help shortage. I will dispose of my milk cows and s:mc farm equipment at my farm located two blocks c:tst of the Sxvalcdale creamery, on-SATURDAY, MARCH 18 --Sale Starts at 1 O'clock-19 -- HEAD OF LIVESTOCK _ 1ft 14 cows, all milkm?. mixed hertl: t calves; I Rrey KcliIitiK, six years old, weisht 1,"50 Ibs., \vcll broke FARM EQTJIPJIENT AND OTHER ARTICLES--1 McCormick Deerin;- 10-fl. nmvt-r binder (1 man control)-. 1 Dccrins; mower. 5 ft. cut: 1 sinsle row cultivator; 1 John Deere spring tooth harrow (S-scction); 1 boy's Elsin bicycle: 1 set fly nets; 2 pair steel names: 1 2-bottom r O tractor plow (14 i n c h ) : 1 Blue Star 4-wheel com planter with 1GO rods wire: 150 bales of straw; 600 bushels of Rood oats; some ensilage; 5 horse collars: -I sets of disc hillcrs; 1 set backpad harness. TERMS: Cash, or make arrancemcnts with yotir banker before the sale. No property to be removed until settled for. H. D. CASPERS, Owner Ora Baylcss. Auct. . First Slate Bank of Thornton. Clerk METTLER IS^AGENT Thornton -- Lloyd Mcttlcr of Mason City, assisted by Richard Pedcrson has charge ot the C. G. \V. depot since the transfer of A. Gripsholm to Arrive Wednesday in N. Y. New York. (;V)--The diplomatic exchange ship Gripshotm will nr- ·ive i n New Y o r k Wednesday, :rin£in'! home 663 repatriates From Germany and France. K. Ketchum who was the agent for several months. local PUPILS GIVE BONDS Boston, U.R) -- Mission high school pupils purchased 53,500 in 4th war loan bonds and promptly gave them away. When t h e bonds mature, they will, be used lo erect a memorial chapel on Guadalcanal Stores Become Homes San Francisco. (U.R)--A city- federal program lo provide war housing in converted stores is underway in San Francisco. Rober C. Newell, director of the city's war housing center, reported family of G was quartered in the first converted store. He said ap proxinnately 100 vacant stove own ers had asked permission lo con vert. Livestock AUCTION FRIDAY, MARCH 17th--12:30 P. M. . 350 -- CATTLE _ 350 25 Shorthorn and White Face steers, wci.ihl 301) Ibs.. fleshy. 21 Shorthorn and White Face steers, weight "50 Ibs. 26 Shorthorn steers, weight 6SO Ihs. 18 White Face steers. weiEht 6"iO Ibs. 15 Shorthorn steers, wcishl 1100 Ibs.. fat. 24 White Face and Shorthorn heifers, wcisht 600. Ibs. NOTICE--6 Hereford hulls from 12 to I t months old. from a herd of outstanding Hereford cattle. If you need a bull and want one as Rood as grows, sec these hulls. Also our usual run of stocker and fender steers and heifers. fat steers and heifers of all kinds, springing cows and heifers, hulls and veal calves. The market and demand for all classes of rattle is improv- ine. Kach week \ve have buyers from eastern Iowa as well as our local feeders and buyers, competins* for the c a l t l e you cntisi*ri». which assures you more dollars for yonr stock. SWIFT'S BABY CHICKS 200 -- HOGS -- 200 Feeding PJKS of all weights, bred sows and boars. The demand is strong for feeding hogs. SHEEP Bred cues, cvvcs with Iambs at side, fat lambs, feeding lambs and bucks. Brine in your Iambs. For prompt sale and complete satisfaction, consign your livestock to thr Clear Lake Auction Company. Clear Lake Auction Co. wn You'll litul it mij-lity nice to have u fat cj,'j- check coining in each week when egg prices are at tlicir peak. So order Swift's Huby Chicks tmtoy--S(W «f these sturdy, vigorous little fellows will lie producing 1.000 eggs weekly before lite year is over. Swift's Chicks arc bred for fast, economical growth, heavy egg production. · Breeder jlncl;.t lire aclcdnl fur Iiiijli ·prtitluclioit rci-iirtlx. I'iiicxt ·pciUtjrccd ,y((ic/,- w bred itito flocks. · 1'lnck.t lire rcynlurli/ cullal-- ·puUarum-lcsttd lii'O «'»' three times a .'/c«r. Duly Jluckx liuciay (exit thtiiL 2 per cent reactors ore acixptcil. · Mulching CMS iniial vclijh 24 OHUCCX icr iluzcn or tvcr. · Sicift's Ilutclicri/ i.t .tcru- ·piiloiisli/ dean--iipcraicd ii/ a. callctjc-tmincit expert. Ha sure of line quality by getting Swift's Chicks now! SWIFT'S CHICKS LIVE! 1942 itcortis on 103,266 Swift Baby ChicVs ihow 93^ livaUi for th« hazardous first 3 wtck s ty t. SWIFT COMPANY HATCHERY PHONE 1213 MASON CITY \ When Spring Pigs are Farrowed Tr» help prevent A N E M I A , put a spade full of fresh sod from CLEAN GROUND in each pen three limes a week, And Don't Forget to Feed SANT6NE Complete Hog Mineral A pijr free of worms and nccro, with baby fat retained, will fjrow faster and thriftier. On t h e average. SANTONE only costs :$2c per pig- from the time a pig is wormed until he soes lo market. The increased stain repays this small investment several times over. -- DEALERS -- Henry O. Gcsmr l l n n l o n t o w n S. M. Kiscr . . . . . . Rock Falls Farmers Elevator Co. . Cltapin II. B. Blewetl Mescrvcy Roy E. Sharp, Mnson City. Rt. 3 Evald Jensen. Hampton. Kt. 2 Albin Anderson. Hamptnn. Rt. I Frank K n i d i t Carl H. rclcrson C. C. Bless Carrol E. Rice .. Fred R. Tros-c . . Laurence F. Tesch Greene Nor.i Springs . . St. Ansjfar .. .Swalcrlalc Rudd Mitchell Clifford Shoser, I,e Roy, Minn, .lor .lurgens . . Buffalo Center Howell-Shrader Drug Co. Iowa City. Iowa "The Reliable Line Since "art"

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