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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAT 9 1934 21 SCHOOLS WILL TRY FOR HONORS ON LOCAL TRACK (Continued From sports Fage) dash, and Don Goelz, who was right behind him in the North Iowa invitational meet several weeks ago, will again compete on the local track. Traer's small squad of 7 will depend chiefly upon McLeond and Wilson in the field events. From Clear Lake, Myhr, in the field events, Lane in the sprints and hurdles, and Wood, in the distance runs, are only a few of the entrants from Chris Johnston's squad. Ed and Don Bradley, in the field events, and Paul Simms, sprinter, are the reliants of the squad repre- s»nting Conrad Consolidated school. Britt and Hampton Included. Britt numbers among its entrants Noonan, Schubert and Townsend. Hampton sends Allan Towle, all around athlete who is entered in the hurdles and field events--he is conceded a strong chance of taking the pole vault. Fox, Charlson and Peterson are among Forest City's entries. Indra, field event artist, and Hernan, distance runner, are numbered in Osage's squad. Cretzmeyer, one of the fastest sprinters in Iowa, is doped as the favorite to cop the sprints at the local meet while teammates from the Algona school--Schackleford and Post, are also given strong chances of placing in their respective events. Zeismer and Karman from Garner, and. Webb of Spirit Lake are among the other outstanding athletes scheduled for competition in the Saturday meet. Coach Judge Grimsley's Mohawks are not given places in the rating for the squad is weak "on paper," and it will be an upset if the Red and Black runners even score a fairly high ranking. Hendrickson, Chin, Corby, H. Heneman, Martin, Bellows, Warner and Rubelin are among the Mason Cityans ready for competition. Thursday Deadline for Entries in 'Y' Softball Loop Play Thursday is the deadline for the filing of entry lists and fees in the local Y. M. C. A. softball leagues. League plans taking shape at present call for a manager's meeting May 16 and opening contests May 20 if weather permits. The entry lists may be submitted, a limit of 13 players being imposed on each squad, and may be revised before the opening contests are played. 500 Fans See First Games of Season at Nora Springs Field NORA SPRINGS, May 9.--More than 500 fans were present Tuesday night for the opening of the softball season, to see Devonia defeat the Yanks 13 to 6, and the Cardinals win in a close battle from the Pirates, 7 to 6. Stewart and Gutches were the Devonia battery; other combinations were: Yanks, Fingle- son and Tatum; Pirates, Cast and Christenseo; Cardinals, Felix and Muller. Nine lights have been put up at the local field and both crowd and players expressed satisfaction generally over the equipment. A regular schedule of Tuesday and Thursday league games will be played, as well as intercity contests on Saturday evenings. PRESSBOX (Continued from Sports race) a. column, "Seen From Old Capitol," as a daily feature, and during the state music contest last week, he devoted a good bit of his writing to sidelights on the big affair. * w * He tells about the Eagle Grove boys' quartet that sang for state honors . . . "all four of them played on their high school football team--a team which went through last season with only a single de- teat. 'Jiggs' Wilson, first tenor, was state wrestling champion and mid- west A. A. U. champ in the 165 pound class. Scott Fisher, bass, was another state and A. A. TJ. winner ia iis class, ,135 jounds. : -. .··- , '-~~ - ''« · *' '*- ·^'Gerald Hanson, second tenor, and Erling Kloster, baritone, were members of their basketball team. This department strongly advises against anyone's shouting 'Sissy!' when these boys start singing!" * * * Kloster was mentioned on the all- state football list last fall in the I. D. P. A. selections, and was named in the Globe-Gazette honor lists for North Iowa. Scotty Fisher was captain of the grid team, if my memory is correct, and the lone defeat mentioned was handed out by Clarion, the big rival of the Eagles. North Iowa Schools Will Meet Thursday to Open Tournament Two North Iowa schools meet in the first contest o£ the state baseball tournament at Manson Thursday afternoon. Farmerstaurg, team that defeated Mason City to win at the Elma district tourney, anc Bristow, winner of the R^xlcliffe meeting, play at 1:30 o'clock. The pairings: THURSDAY 1:30 p. m.--Armstrong VB. Bristow. 3 p. UT.--Central City vs. Climbing; Hill FKIDAV 1:30 p. m.--Faxmersburff vs. Hamburg. 3 D. m.--North Des Motaes vs. Oakvill SATCBDAV 9 «. m.--Winner Armatronjr-Brlstaw vs ·winner Central City-CIlmblne Hill. 10:30 n. m.--AVInncr Fnrmersburg-Ham tare T». winner Des Moines-Oakvtlle. 2:30 p. m---Championship final. Nashua Wins 16 to 6 in Contest With Plainfield NASHUA, May 9.--Nashua high school won from Plainfield on the local diamond by 16 to 6, cracking out 16 hits to 11 for the opposition Each, team made 4 errors. Nashua scored in all but the third inning. Laydon and Miller were the homi ·battery, while R. Smith and Wrigh' were the Plainfield battery. Lawler will play in the next contest here NOAH VAN HORN WAIVES HEARING Held for Illegal Possession; Two Fined on Charges of Intoxication. Noah Van Horn, 202 Fifteenth street northwest, waived preliminary hearing Wednesday before John C. Shipley, police judge, on a charge of illegal possession and was bound to · the grand jury. His bond was fixed, at $300, which he failed to post Van Horn was arrested at the ear of 1402 North Federal avenue .bout 9 o'clock Tuesday evening. Four and one-half pints of alco"hol 'ere found in his possession at the rne of his arrest. Mike Meister, 12 Sixteenth street outhwest, and Hans Jellie, 38 Fif- eenth street northeast, were each ined ?10 and costs on charges of intoxication. Meister was arrested at Central park, where he was ound asleep about 9 o'clock in the evening. Jellie was arrested in the 500 "block on Delaware avenue about 12 o'clock Tuesday night. R.'P. Mullan, Klernme, forfeited a $5 bond which ht posted when arrested for speeding on North Federal avenue about 1:10 o'clock Wednesday morning. League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS (Includinc Tuesday's Games.) AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting--Reynolds, Red Sox, .479. Runs--Kuhcl and Mafmsh, Senators, 18 Runs batted In--Reynolds. Red Eo\. 2=. HHs--Reynolds, Red Sox, 34. Uoubles--Reynolds and ^V«rbcr» Red Sox, · ntl Greenbertr, Tigers. 9, Triples--Reynolds, Red Sox, 5. Homeruns--Ruth, Yankees, 6. Stolen bases--Walker, Users, 9. Pitching--Gomez and Ruffing, 1'nnUets, ·nd Thomas, Senators, 4-0. NATIONAL, LEAGUE Batting--r T U'aner. Pirates, .39*. Runs--Vftngham Pirates, 23. Runs batted )t--Medtrtek, Cardinals, 23. Hits--Moore, Giants, 30. Doubles--English, Cubs, 8. Triples--Suhr, Pirates, C. Ifomeruns--Klein, Cubs, 7. stolen bases--Martin. Cardinal*; net, Hf«l*. and Frey. Dodsers, 3, Pitching--Bosh, Cnbs, 8-0. jrade Teachers Hold Fete at Country Club CLEAR LAKE, May 9.--The Mason City grade teachers association ield a dinner party at the Clear Lake Country club Tuesday night, tovers were laid for 50 persons. Miss Madalynne Powell, soprano soloist in the state music contest, sang her contest selections for the group. The remainder of the evening was spent in playing bridge. Tables were attractively decorated with spring flowers. Tree Is Blown Down at Charles R. Marsh Home in Windstorm Unable to withstand the high winds Wednesday, one tree in the parking in front of the Charles R. Marsh home, 819 Pennsylvania avenue northeast, fell to the ground, narrowly missing the Marshes' house, and another tree would have fallen directly upon the house but was propped up with timbers. The fire department was called shortly after o'clock buta their assistance was unnecessary. Chief Dan Shire reported no damage. WHEAT MARKET RUNS INTO PROFIT TAKING CLOSES NERVOUS, FRACTION LOWER Big Sales in Grains Come After Wheat Shows 9 Cent Rise in Week. CHICAGO, May 9. #)--Soaring today to about 9 cents above last week's low, the wheat market ran into big sales to realize profits, and underwent numerous, sharp set- oacks. Fractional net losses were the rule at the last. Veteran observers said it was seldom the wheat trade this time of year had experienced such a flood of unfavorable crop reports as today. Drought both in. the American and Canadian wheat belts continued virtually unrelieved, with dust storms today reported from wide areas. Wheat closed nervous, '.i-'.-s cent under yesterday's finish, May 85%, July 83%-%, Corn %-% d?wn, May 46%, July 49%-%. oats =i-% off, and provisions unchanged to a rise of 2 cents. Produce MASN CITY, May 9.- Cash Quotations by E. U. Morse Eggs (current receipts) Heavy hens, 4Vs Ibs. and over ..lie ..10c Ugnt hens 6c Springs (heavy breeds) lOc Springs (Leghorn breeds) 6c Stags 6c Old cocks (heavy) 5c Merchants Quotations Eggs, cash 11-lZc* Eggs, in trade """" Butter, Plymouth Butter, Clear Lake 28c Butter, State Brand 29c Butter, Very Best 29c Butter, Dairy Maid 27c Butter. Brookfield 27c Potatoes, pecK 30c ·EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtained by calling several downtown grocery stores. - CHICAGO 1'OULTKl' CHICAGO. May 9. (.-rj--Poultry. live. 1 car. 37 trucks: hens steady; chickens firm; hens over 5 Ibs. 13M;C. 0 Ibs. and under .5c: Leghorn hens 12c: Rock fryers 26 1 /ic. :olored 24M.C; Rock springs 26W;C. colored 24 ! .tc: Rock broilers 23®25c. colored 23C. Leghorn 18©21c, barebacka 18c; roosters "c: turkeys ll(g)15c; spring ducks 12@14c. lid ducks lOffillc; geese 8c. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN. CHICAGO. Hay 9. I.TJ--Wheat, Nu. 3 northern spring 83Uc: No. 1 mixed 87c: No. mixed. 50«c: No. 2 yellow 49!ic; No. 2 yellow old 50c; No. 2 yellow lake billing 49^c; No. 2 white lake billing 53c: No. 3 white 53c; oats. No. 2 white 36(?$36\iC; No. svhite lake billing 35Uc: No. 3 white c; No. 3 white lake billing 34%c: no sates: barley 42(fl82c; timothy seed S0.25®6.50 cwt.: clover seed S9."5@13.23 cwt. Lard, tierces, 55.S2; loose lard 55.42; bellies 57.75. MasonCityCrain MASN CITY, May 9.-Barley 30-45c No. 2 yellow old shelled corn...37c No. 3 yellow new shelled corn.. .36c No. 3 yellow ear corn White oats, No. 3, 30 Ibs., or better WEDXJESDAV GBAIX CLOSE, CHICAGO. May 9. July iept :ORN-- OATS-nay ....... Illy ....... iept ........ IVE-May ....... uly ....... Sept ........ BARLEY;-- Jay ....... "uly ....... Sept ........ JVRD -- ·lay ....... July ....... iept ........ BELLIES-May , ...... July ....... .31?, .34 .34 = .55 U .59 .60 .43% .44% 6.02 6.25 Low .35 .83U .64 'i .33'.; .3.1 .33 .86 'i .57',, .58 '.; .34c . .26c I.TV-- Close .85?; .S3S .SIS .34 ,33 ! i .33 !S .42 !i .42% .43% H-EUSESBAV GRAIN WEN CHICAGO, May 9. WHEAT-May July Sept CORN-May July Sept OATS-May July Sept RYE-May July Sept BARLEY-May July Sept LAKD-- May July Sept BELLIES-May July Open Today .85% .834, .46"i .49 "it .51 .3414 ,34 .33 r -, Close Yesterday .54 .84 =; .47V4 . I 9 v Close Yr. A£0 5.or, 6.17 .25% .25* S.V2 6.4'J 7.00 OMAHA GItAl.V. OMAHA. May 9. LTV-Wheat: Hard .No. 2. 79V-C- hard mixed smutty No. 4. 78c. Com: White No. 2, 47Set yellow No. 2 44.WC. Oats: No trading reported. The Day's Stars (TUESDAY'S GAMES) By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS .Tes.% Halnes, Cardinals -- Pitched three hit ball In 6 1-3 Innings of relief work to beat Braves. Joe Cronln and Buddy Myer, Senators -Batted fn three runs each In 7-6 victory over White Sox. Don Brcnnan, Reds -- Limited Giants to seven hits. Joe Cascarella, Athletics--- Shut ont Indians with three singles. Harvey Hendrlck, Phillies-- Led assault on Cub pitchers with two doubles and two Tommy to six hit" Bridges, Tiger , fanning four. Held Red $ox MARKET INFORMATION By Jno. F. ClarU and Co., 325 t 0. F. Building Phone 845 CLOSING PRODUCE LETTER. May 9.-- Buttct--The spot marlict was easier and quotations to %c to J .=c lower. Yesterday the lour markets stored 258.114 pounds less than last year, here was more Interest In futures and November butter was firm, closing Vic higher. May butter opened today v.-lth sales at 2~2',:. here was new buying Interest In evidence In November butter today and market looks higher. E eKS _Spot market quoted unchanged. Octobers wsre firmer throughout the session and closed with a net gain of -%c. Looks as if futures will sell higher and any reactions will be only temporary. rotators--Market quiet. May? SI.40 bid. SI.43 asked. Octobers J1.43 bid. ?l-55 asked. .MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN. MINNEAPOLIS, May 9. ctv-w ceipts 75 cars compared with 97 a year ago. Market j»c lower. Cash: No. 1 northern 8G%@S9%c: No. 1 dark northern 15 "protein S6%®fiOftc; H protein 86%@90%c; 13 protein 12 protein S6^s@90^c; No. 1 dark hard Montana 14 protein S6 : fB3'88 : !sC: to arrive No. 1 amber durum 51.12 V=@ 1.18*^; No. 2 amber durum No. 1 red durum 81U$83M|C; J July 83%c; September S3 We. Corn No. 3 yellow 44®44Uc, Oats No. 2 white 30?«{$31%c. KANSAS CITV GRAIN. KANSAS CITY. May 9. (AV-Wheat: 11 cars; unchanged to. Ic higher. No. 2 dark 78(£S5c nominal: No. 3, 78©S-4%c nominal; Nc. 2 hard 78%®S5c nominal; No. 3 Sic: No. 2 red 79QS2C nominal; No. 3, TSMi STSl^c nominal. Corn: Receipts $ cars; Uc lower to V-t higher. No. 2 white 49^=c, billing 51c No. 3. 48 a .i®19Kc nominal; No. 2 yellow «'· «« 4Btt@48c nominal: No. 3, 46^47U C nom- susgesu inal; No. 2 mlsed 43ii®48%c nominal; \ for natli No. 3. 45046C nominal. Oats: No receipt?: ^c to Ic higher. No. 2 white 3G^37c nominal; No. 3. 35^3 @ 36 %c nominal. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO, May 9. un--Butter. 11,512, unsettled: creamery--specials (93 score) 23 1 / i ©23 : c: extras (92) 22-lic: extra firsts (90-91) 22@22 Vi c: firsts (88-59) 21 % ·?? 21-lie: seconds (80-37) 21c; standards (90 centralized carlols) 22}£c. Eggs, 23,287, steady, prices unchanged. PRODUCE FUTURES. CHICAGO, May 9. (.PI--Egg futures closed: Storage packed firsts. May 17VB C ; storage packed firsts. June, 16Vic; refrigerator standards, October 18 7 /ii(/;Pl9c. Better futures: Storage standards. No- v-embsr, 24 J ^c; fresh standards, May, 22£c. No potato futures. NEW VOBK PRODUCE NEW YORK, May 9. (.-P)--Butter, 15,765, iteady; creamery--first (88-91 scores) 23^ 2414 c; centralized (90 score) 24c; other grades unchanged: extra (92 score) 24'^c. Cheese, 309.28S. firmer; prices unchanged. Eggs. 47.899, Irregular; mixed colors, storage packed firsts 17 J ,ic; other mixed colors unchanged. KANSAS CITY PRODUCE. KANSAS CITY, May 9. {/Pi--Cream cry mtter 26c: butterfat 14(j519c. Hens 9^11c. Other produce unchanged. NEW YORK POULTRY*. NEW YORK. May 9. (,V)--Live poultry veak. Chickens, freight and express 12c; "owls, freight 14 5? IBc; express 11 @17c; roosters, freight and express lOc; other height and express unchanged. Dressed poultry irregular. Fowls, fresh .4'5 1 'l9c: old roosters, frozen 10-3lie; other grades unchanged. HIDES, WOOL Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc., 308 Fifth Street Southwest. BIDES Horsehides S1.7D lured beef hides 6V = c ireen beef hides 5c WOOL No. 1 clean bright 21c Ib. Semibright 19c Ib. Eejects lac Ib. WOOL MARKET. BOSTON. May 9. U^U. s. department agriculture-Business was exiremelj- dull In the Boston wool market. The few transactions reported indicated a firm market on territory wools. A very moderate quantity of original jag average French combing 64s and finer territory wool was sold at 81-82 cents scoured basis. A sale of graded strictly combing 6-ls and finer territory wool was closed at S4-86 cents scoured basis. Market Notes By TICKER TAPE The stock market discovered Tuesday that Is still vulnerable to promising inflationary schemes. An announcement by Senator Thomas that the senate bloc's silver conference with the president had resulted in the executive's agreement to natlonallzati of the metal brought about an active demand for the mining shares and cause" general covering movement. The word silver came at a time when the market was making hesitant rallying motions and It ·ved to accentuate and broaden the cov- HOGS STEADY IN ACTIVE TRADING Receipts of 22,000 More Than Expected; Top of $3.70 Paid. CHICAGO, May 9. UP)--Hogs were moderately active today and prices held abou 1 ; steady. Receipts of 22,000 v. :re more than had been expected, topped the offering of a week ago but" did not equal the run a year ago. A top.of $3.70 was paid for the best 200 to 240 pound swine. Outside markets were slow and weak to 10 cents lower, with receipts averaging slightly below normal. The cattle market was steady to lower, with most killing classes bringing uneven prices. Prices for fed steers and yearlings were steady to 25 cents lower, but the best weighty steers brought the $9.50 top, which was unchanged from last week's peak. Receipts of 10,000 were more than anticipated. The sheep market was very slow because of the scarcity of buyers. Prices on what were, offered ruled weak to 25 cents lower with sellers asking around $9-75 for wooled lambs. Receipts of 5,000 were fewer than had been expected and fell below runs of a week ago and a year ago . Mason City Livestock MASON CITY, May 9.-HOGS Five cents lower. »t sorted lights . 200-240 53.05 Best medium weight butchers 240-260 53.03 Best heavy butchers 260-300 $2.00 Best prime heavy butchers 300-325 $2.75 Best packing sows, smooth .. 300-350 52.10 Best heavy sows, smooth .... 350-400 52.30 Best big heavy sows, smooth 450-500 52.35 Light lights, fair to good, (140, 160. 180) SI.95, 52.35, $2.55 CATTLE Choice young ateera .. 000-1,000 £4.75-5.90 Medium to gol yearling steers .... 900-1,000 J3.73-4.50 Choice corn fed steers 1,000-1.200 J4-50-5.25 Medium to good corn fed steers 1.000-1,200 $3.75-4-10 Low grade stceri .. $2.50-3.50 Fair heifers eoo-Soo $2.75-:T30 Good heifers tiOO-SUO $3.50-4.00 Choice to prime heifers 600-800 $4.00-4.50 Butchers cows, rajr to good ....$2.00-3.50 Good to cholco coWa . * ,, « $2.50-2.75 Choice to prime cowl $2.75-3.00 inferior canners .75-1.00 Fair to good canners .51.25-1.30 Good cutter cows ,.,.,....$1-50-2.00 Common to fair bulls jl.75-2.25 Fair to good heavy bulls 52.00-2.25 Good to choice bulls $2.2,1-2.75 Good to choice calves, 130-190 . .$4.50-5-50 Medium to good calves, 130-190 ....£3.50-4,30 . . .53.00 down Inferior and common calves LAMBS Choice lambs .....70-90 Medium to good lambs.... 70-90 Buck Jamba 51 under grade. Quotations subject to market fluctuations. S7.75-H.2a $6.75-7.75 Miscellaneous POTATO MARKET CHICAGO, May 9. --TV-U. S. department oi agriculture-Potatoes, 80, on track 2j2. total U. 3. shipments 6SO; old stock, about steady. supplies moderate, demand and trading slow; sacked per cwt.: IdpJio russets U. S. No. 1. SI.505^1.55: Washington russets combination grade £1.153?1.30; U. S. No. 1, SI.40; Wisconsin round whites unclassified 51.05; Minnesota Red River Chios U. S. No. 1, SI.10; cobblers SI.20: russets S1.20. New stock, steady, supplies moderate, demand and trading moderate: sacked per cwt.: Louisiana triumphs U. S. No. 1, 52.25 £·2.60. NEW YORK SUGAR. NEW YORK. May 9. *.T)--Raw supar quiet; no sales reported. Futures advanced 1 point. Kefincd unsettled, MINNEAPOLIS FLOL'R. MINNEAPOLIS, May 9. (.T)--Flour unchanged- Shipment.*, t$.344. Pure bran. S17,50'jJlS. Standard mldrJUngr. ?i6ff 16.50. T01/EDO SEEDS. May 9, ul'J--Seed5 unchanged. ering demar.d. Professionals swung into line and took positions which, however, were only temporarily maintained, if the late profit taking display was properly interpreted by traders. It was felt that the market had not become enthusiastic over the silver matter but rather was anxious to respond to any occasion for a rebound. After nearly three weeks of almost uninterrupted decline, a lifting of. pressure was anticipated. However, it was pointed out that the effort to firm up prior to the news on silver had been a feeble gesture. FALSE ALARMS IN PAST i Because many false alarms have been! sounded in the past, the latest flaming up on silver ia being carefully surveyed until more definite word is delivered by the white house. The president's * announcement was interrupted to mean acceptance by him of the theory of nationalization with the use of the metal as a monetary base--something that may eventuate In the distant future. Senators who attended the conference v.'ith Roosevelt, dlscupsed after the meeting long that a 50 cent price be adopted ionalUed metal. In theory, that would establish a ratio for silver to gold of 70 to 1. As to the possibility of establishing a 25 per cent silver base, the physical impossibility of accomplishing such a program is still an actuality, authorities declare. These concede, however, that the silver adherents liavc within their grasp a major victory in their long campaign. Even though legislation will have to be permissive, rather than mandatory, they say that the white house has demonstrated a sincere attitude in negotiating for an acceptable vehicle. BUSINESS CONTINUES GOOI The rally in stuck price? did not appear to draw much, If any. or its power from the business news nf the day. Yet the day contributed several Items of character to show that the statistical report on the state of business ia not signalizing any untoward developments. About the only evidence of hesitancy was In early reports of car loadings for last week, many lines disclosing moderate declines from the preceding week. General Motors reported April was its best month since May. 1931, in United States sales and the total turnover for the month has been exceeded in only one month since August, 1929, and that in April, 1531. Operating units of American Telephone and Telegraph showed the eleventh consecutive monthly Increase fn revenues as contrasted with the preceding year, the April statement disclosing in addition nearly a doubling in net operating Income of the subsidiaries. Estimates of tobacco authorities Indlcat cd that April consumption of rigs ret set : new hish for !he month. Business failure: continued to decline lust u-ceK. the Dun and Bradstrcel report showed. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO, May 9. LT--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS. 22,000, Including 12,000 direct; moderately active; about steady; 160 to 330 Ibs. S3.40SJ3.65; top 53.70; lor best 200 to 240 Ib. packing sows S2.753.10: light light good and choice 140 to 160 Ibs. S3.155p3.53: light weight 160 to 200 IDS. S3.4093.70: medium weight 200 to 250 Ibs. $3.o5®3.70: heavy weight 250 to 350 ibs. 53.4093.05: packing sows medium and good 275 to 550 ibs. S2.5003.25; pigs good and choice 100 to 130 IDs. S2«53.15. CATTLE, in,000; calves. 2.000: fed steers and yearlings steady to 25 cents tower; other killing classes uneven; light heifers and mixed yearlings fully steady: bulls and vealers weak: best weighty steers S9.50 but bulk selling at 59 down, with most light- cattle at S3.50 to 57.25; slaughter cattle and vealers, steers good and choice 550 to 900 Ibs. 56@7.50; 900 to 1,100 Ibs. 56SJ S.50; 1.100 to 1.300 Ibs. S7S9.50; 1,300 to 1.500 Ibs. 57.00^9.50: common and medium 550 to 1,300 Ibs. S4.50@7.25; belters good and choice 550 to 750 Ibs. S5.25S6.50; conv mon and medium S3.50@5.25; cows good S4.25@5.25; common and medium S2.75® 4.25: low cutter and cutter S1.50SP2.75; bulls (yearlings excluded) good (beef) S3.25 ®3.75: cutter common and medium S2.75@ 3.40; vealers good and choice S5.50S7.2r medium S-l©3.50; cull and common S3®' stocker and feeder cattle, steers good at choice 500 to 1.050 Ibs. £4.7506; common and medium S3.50®5. SHEEP 5,000; not enough sales to make market; buyers scarce: with dressed trade dull; undertone weak to 25C lower; asking around 59.25 on wooled lambs; quality plain; scattered clippers SS.75@9: four doubles California springers at S10.50: sheep steady: spring lambs, good and choice, S10 S511.25; medium SS.75®10; Jambs. 90 Ibs. down, pood and choice, 58.35^9: common and medium S6.238.50: 90 to 98 Ibs., good and choice, SS.50S9; ewes. 90 to 150 Ibs. good and choice. S2.75W4.25: all weights common and medium, sl.50©3.35. Hog Markets Hog prices at midwest markets Wednes- W'ATEKLOO-- Prime nogs 180 to 260 its. S2.70®3; 260 to 300 Ibs. J2.6082.00; 30U to 325 Ibs. $2.50(82.80; 325 to 350 Ibs. J2.40 '2.70- goud packers S2.208f2.lo. OTTWIWA-- 5C lower: 140 to 160 Ib3. J1.C3: 100 to 180 Ibs. 52.05; 180 to 200 Ibs. 53.05: 200 to 240 Ibs. 53.05; 240 to 260 Ibs. S3; 260 to 280 Ibs. 52.00; 280 to 310 Ibs. 52.80: 310 to 350 Ibs. 52.65; over 350 Ibs. J2.25®2.55: packers under 350 Ibs. S2.10M 2.40: packers 0 . packers and pigs priced at killing values. OEUAK KAI'IDS-- Prime hogs 180 to 200 bs 52.90; 200 to 260 Ibs. 53: 260 to 280 bs 52.95; 280 to 300 Ibs. 52.80; 300 to 320 bs! 52.85; 320 to 340 Ibs. 52.80: good packers to 350 Ibs. 52.20: to 400 Ibs. 52.10; to rOO Ibs. $2: to 500 Ibs. 51.90. Corn -- No. 2 Bellow 3Sc; No. 3 yellow 38c. DES MOLVES-- Oc lower; 120 to 160 Ibs. S1.50W2.50; 160 to 300 Ibs. 52.50^2.95; 300 400 Ibs. 52.5032.70; good packers 529 2.40. AUSTIN-- Choice light lights. 140 to 160 bs.. 52.35: choice lights. 160 to 180 Ibs.. 52.70; choice medium. ISO to 200 Ibs.. S3; 200 to 250 Ibs. 53.10: choice heavy butcher. 250 to 290 Ibs.. 52.05: 290 to 350 Ibs. $2,80; 350 Ibs und up 52. GO: choice packers. 275 350 Ibs., 52.45; 350 to 425 Ibs. $2.10; 425 to 550 Ibs. and up S2.30. packers over . to 450 Ibs, S2S2.30; Ibs. Sl-80tj'2.10; thin COMBINED HOG RECEIPTS. DES MOINES. May 9. LT--U. 3. department or agriculture-Combined hog receipts at 22 concentration yards and 7 packing plants located in in- crior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m. today were 20,700 compared with 19.200 a week ago and 33,100 a year ago. Esther slow. 5c to lOc. mostly 5c lower than early Tuesday, loading liberal for Wednesday. Good and choice: Light lights. 140 to 160 Ibs S2.3."j»2.95; light weights, ICO to 180 bs S2.60iT3.20; ISO to 200 Ibs. S2.95@3.30; medium weights, 200 to 220 Ibs. 52.9593.30: 220 to 200 Ibs. $2.95tl3.30; heavy weights. 250 to 290 Ibs. S2.80S3.30; 290 to 350 Ibs. S2.65 583.15. Good: Packing sows, 273 to 350 Ibs. 52.40 S2.70: 350 to 425 Ibs. $2.30ff3.00; 425 to 550 Ibs. S2.151?2.50. STOCKS LOWER IN QUIET TRADE M a r k e t Virtually Cancels Gains of Previous Session. NEW YORK, May 9. (JP--Stocks quietly sold lower today, virtually canceling the gains registered in the previous session. U. S. Smelting lost all of its 5i» point spurt yesterday. U. S. Steel, American Telephone, American Smelting and Case were off a point or more each. Transfers approximated 1,100,000 shares. The stock market's silver lining was not so bright today and trading urned dull and indecisive following he failure of most shares to follow hrough on the brisk rally of the revious session. Silver futures and some mining hares were reactionary. Grains and otton were somewhat hesitant, lubber sagged under further profit aking. Bonds displayed scattered igns of improvement. Dollar rates vere relatively narrow despite the nflationary implications of renewed ctivities in behalf of silver. Neither the sugar stocks nor fu- ures were particularly stirred when ie president signed the Jones-Cos- igau sugar bill adding sugar beets and cane to the list of basic commodities. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITY, Jlay 9. R'l--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 6.000; 640 direct; s'ow, steady lo __ lower; mostly steady with Tuesday s average- top S3.30 on choice 180 to 270 IDs.: good and choice, 140 to 160 Ibs. 52.609 3.15; 160 to 180 Ibs. S2.90tf3.30: 160 to 200 Ibs. S3.10SP3.30; 200 to 250 Ibs. S3.25W3.30; 250 to 290 Ibs. S3.20S3.30; 290 to 350 Ibs. 53.155(33.30; packing sows, 275 to 550 Ibs. S2.25W2.75. CATTLE 4.000: calves 700: fed steers, slow. Indications weak to 25c lower; veat- ers weak to 50c lower; other classes steady; a short load choice heavy steers $8.50; steers, good and choice, 550 to 900 Ibs. S5.S3 «V7.35- 900 to 1100 Ibs. S6B8; 1100 to 1300 bs S6.25st9- 1300 to 1500 Ibs. 5709: common and medium f.50 Ibs. up 54.25186.75; heifers, good and choice. 550 to 900 Ibs., SJ.S5eo.25: common and medium, 55CI to 900 Ibs. S3.25SJM.S.1: cows, good. S3.65C* 4 25: common and medium 52.75(^3.65: low cutter and cutter 51.73 7P2.75; vealers (milk fed) medium to choice 53.50^6.50: cull and common S2.5033.50: stocker and feeder steers, good and choice (all weights) $4.25ti6.40: common and medium (an SHEEP s'.'oOO: very little done; a few sales native spring lambs around 25c lower at 510.75 down; no fed lambs sold early; ipring lambs excepted, quotations on shorn bLlsT Spring lambs, choice. S10S)10.,5, good S9.25S10: medium SS5T9.25. lambs. B0 od and choice (x) 90 Ibs. down 58.109 865; common and medium 90 Ibs. down S7.25«S.10; good and choice x) 90 to 98 Ibi S8®865- vearllnc wethers, medium to choice 90 to "110 Ibs. S6.50®7.65; ewes, good ind choice, 90 to 150 Ibs. S3.50S84.35. ( x j Quotations based on ewes and wetn- ers. ^ __ OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OSIAHA. May 9. UPJ--U. S. department HOG^lo'oOO' rather slow, weak to lOc lower; better 190 to !60 Ibs. S3.10S3.20: top S3.20: 260 to 325 Ibs. S2.75®3.13: heavier weights and plain kinds downward to S..60 and under- 140 to 180 Ibs. $2.5093; feeder pigs scarce, salable about steady; packing sows mostly S2.505f2.60: fw extreme weights 52.40; avcra s e cost Tuesday 52.93, 8,500: calves 300: fed steers nd yearlings slow, weak to 25c lower: early sales choice -weighty steers steadj heifers steady: good and clio.ce cows about steady: stockers and feeders scarce. steers and yearlings mostly $65f.7.5; strlct- ?v Sole" 1.411 !b. weights S3: short fed '» '-.. "= ,-,,.,. i, ei f ers si.75^5.75: choice vearllngs S55f'l: heifers Si.75ff5.75 cnoce teo" ^"L'S^ddjS S1.75ST2.60; medium bulls 52.7 ticat too vealers 56. SHEEP 6.500: lambs -weak to light ewes steady; heavy ewes c lower- feeders weak; good and tive spring lambs S10P10.75; t. Sl.75ff2.60: medium bulls S2.75ST3; ptac ticat too vealers 56. .--^^n 6 goo- lambs -weak to 2;c lower -- dull, tending id choice na- Sll; oni toad toiifornla'Tprfng lambs 79 Ibs 59.50 early sales t;d wooled lambs SS.oO, nes. held V above S9.90: fresh shorn ]^ s TM s £ H- ;fi ·'S'fffi 70- ewes up to S4.3u. California new crop feeding Iambs SS.654JS.75; shorn Callfornias 56.35- LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO. May 9. #i--Official estimated receipts tomorrow: Cattle, 7.000; bogs, 20,000; sheep- 8.000. Representative Sales SOUTH ST. FAITL LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL, May 9. (,-P)--U. S. department of agriculture-* CATTLE 3,000; generally slow, bidding louver on slaughter steers and yearlings; practically no early sales; bulk eligible around 56.25 down; few better lots held $7 and above; heifers opening steady: medium and good light weights S4 @ 5.50: cows about like Tuesday's close; low cutter and cutter ?1.25@2.25 or more; common aa medium beef cows 52.50S3.50: few good to $4; bulls 10-lEc lower; hulk $2.75 and less; stackers about steady; common to medium steers and yearlings $2.75®4; calves 3.200; ·eak to 50c lower; good to choice S4,30i' 5.50; few S6; most throwouts $2@4, HOGS 7,000; moderately active. 3-lQc lower than Tuesday; better 170 to 250 Ibs. S3.15173.30; top- S3.30 paid sparingly for strictly choice ISO to 240 Ibs.; heavier ·eights and medium grades down to S2.90 or below; most packing sows 52.45^2.70: pigs and light lights scarce; average cost Tuesday $3.05; weight 224 Ibs. SHEEP 300; supply meager, few sales of native spring lambs upward to SI0.75 nr steady; package desirable wooled lambs held steady or around 59.90; bid 25-40C lower; askinp around S3.75 on best clippers; few shorn slaughter, ewes steady at 52.505?3.75, SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY. May 9. i.T--U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 3.000; slaughter steers and yearling market not estabMshcd. indications weak to around 23c lower; heifers little changed: cows weak to 25C lower; stockers and feeders dull: choice heavy beeves held above S3.50: large share grain feds salable S5.50577.50: choice kosher heifers 56: bulk beef cows $2.75J?4; low cutters and cutters mainly $1.50!£2.40; few medium stockers 54 54.40. HOGS $,300; opened about steady on better grade butchers; lights and under weights 10-15C or more lower; early top 53.20; better grade ISO to 270 Ib, weights $3ji3,20; no action en heavier butchers; 140 to 170 Ib. weights S2.503~2.75; sows mostly S2.50ff2.FiG; feeder pics $2.50. SHEEP 2.000 Including 450 direct: nothing dnr.* parly on lambs, buyers talking 15- 2.V lower, salesmen holding beat clipped .ffcHnga around 58.75: asking above $9.55 for best lamhs held sen re?. Mfcr-mss: $11: other native killing CHICAGO, May 9. CP)--U. S. departmen' .£ agriculture--Representative sales: HOGS. Lights-.1.40 SB U) 2 3.6. 3.55 59 IS' 3.60 X6Q 71 181 3-Sj 3.65 46 1?2 3 - SO L i B b t L f c W * - 3iso 11 3.25 Heavy-37 329 51 304 SB 263 39 251 Mediums-70 246 99 233 54 222 72 20-1 is Steers-29 25 21 30 30 22 1376 1315 1169 1404 1514 1130 Ifllfi 922 3.65 3.70 3.65 3.60 CATTLE. Heifers-8 910 32 731 10 COWS 9,50 9,40 9.25 9.10 9.00 7.40 3 fi.50 2 5.50 7 2 SHEEP. Cal 900 1280 1049 946 sso 6.5C S.OC 4.7: 4.7. 4.0C 2.' Spring Lambs-75 10.5 Shorn Ewes-110 130 l.-tl 170 200 V.'ooled Lambs-210 83 9.50 231 79 9-50 Shorn Lambs-U S2 9.00 7 SS 9,00 14 111 S.70 Native Spp Lambs-S 65 11.25 I I 60 11.23 14 56 10.50 INVESTMENT TRUSTS. (By the Associated Vress) Bid and asked on May 0: Corporate Tr Sh 1.97 Corporate Tr Sh AA Mod .. 2.20 Corporate Tr Sh Ac Ser ... 1.90 Corporate Tr Ac Ser Mod .. 2.20 Dividend Sh l- ls Nationwide Sec , . . . . . . - - . . 3.25 Nationwide Sec Vtc 1.22 Nor Amer Tr Sh l - ~ ~ Nor Amer Tr Sh 1955 2.27 Quarterly Inc Sh 1-27 Selected Am Sh S.S4 Selected Cum Sh :.. S-53 Selected Income Sh 3.39 Super Corp Am Tr A 2.S3 U S El L A Pow A 12 'i U S El I. Pow B 1.92 U 3 El L Pow B VtC .. .71 4.2 4.0 3.0 2.0 J.3 1.2 3.3 1. Experiments have proved bai composed of wheat bran and Pari ijreen is particularly effective in ex terminating cutworms in tobacc fields. Curb Market Stock List NEW YORK STOCKS. iS'EW YORK, May 9. (,TJ-Final Quotation!). Air P.educt Alleghany 3 Al Che Dye 137% Am Can 1)6% Am For Pow S Am Pow Lt 7^. Am Smelt Re 38^ Am Steel Fdrs 17i Am Sugar A T T Am Tob B Am Water Wks All Her 26 Auburn 36U, Aviation Corp 6?j Baldwin Loc 11 B 0 20 !i Barnsdail s',« Bendix Beth Stl Bordens B'org Warn Burr Add Canada Dry Can Pac Case Cerro de Pasco Ches 0 Chcs Corp C N W Chic Gt W Chic Gt W pf 35% 3ti- 23 13 Ts 22-^ 1G 55 C il S P P C M S P P C R I P Chrysler Col G E Comwlth Sou Contl ins Contl Mot Corn Prod Curtiss Wr pf 8 33}$ 30 IVi 68 w. 3% SO Du Pont Eastman El Pow Lt 5= Fox Film A 14% Freeport Tex 41% Genl Am Trans 3714 NEW YORK, May 9. ;P)--The curb mar:et displayed an Irregular tendency today. Sains- of around a point in some of the spe- laities and industrials were offset by small !eclines in a few uti'iUes, alcohols and oil locks. Trading was dull. Bunker Hill and Sullivan advanced a Mini, but others of the metal group, in- luding Wright Hargreaves, were un- hanged to slightly lower and the same nar- ow changes marked the utility issues, imerlcan Gas declined around half a tolnt and American Super Power, Electric Bond and Share and a few others, were mall fractions higher. Montgomery Ward "A" gained around 3 io!nts and Pittsburgh Plate Gluss, Sherwin Vllliams and Pan American Airways ad- anced around one. Hiram Walker yielder bout a hair point, but Canadian Industrial Mcohol held a small gain and Distillers Corporation Seagrams xvas fractionally high- Schiff and company. Aluminum company. \merican Cyanamld "B," Standard Oil of ndlana, Swift and company and an assortment of other issues yielded small frac- ions or held unchanged from the previous lay. Gen El Gen Foodd Gen Motors Gillette ;obel Gold Dual rood rich loodyear Graham Paige Gt No pfd Gt West Sue Hudson Mtrs :il Cent :nt Harv Bond Market NEW YORK, Jlay 9. (JT)--The bond mar- tret rested upoo fairly firm ground today without benfit ot an active trading inter- st. A few semi-speculative issues showed a semblance of life on a moderately rising price trend. High grade loans had a good one, although U- S. governments slipped back a little after their consistent rise dur- ng the past week or more. Extending the previous day's recovery ;ome Issues of the Alleghany corporation, Erie, Great Northern. Nickel Plate, South- Railway. Milwaukee and International Telephone crept up half a point or so. Higher priced loans like Armour and com- y 4V-S Santa Fe 4s, Duquesne Light :, Na'tional Dairy 5V 4 s. and Union Pacific is shared in the moderate improvement. Some of the oil company bonds were quoted a share lower, but the general run of industrials showed underlying firmness inder small sales. Youngstown Sheet and Tube 5s and United Drug 5? were transferred at slightly higher levels. U. S. BOND QUOTATIONS. EW YORK, May 9, MV-United States government bonds closed: Liberty 3Hs 103.30. Liberty First 4 4 s 104.S. Liberty Fourth 4Vis 104.6. Treasury 4 Vis 47-52 111.21. Treasury 4s 44-54 10T.29. Treasury 3=£s 40-43 June 101.21- Treasury 33 51-55 100.16. Lamson Brothers Market Letter ilAKKET REVIEW, CHICAGO, May 9.-Wheat--Continued bullish reports on the moisture situation over large portions of the grain belt east ot the RoeKIes and northward Into Canada, sent wheat prices up to a new high on the current move, the top showing nine cents above the low of last week. The upturn of today in conjunction with the recent advance, brought in profit taking, the selling being aided by a lower trend In silver futures and in stocks there were several breaks during the day. Pressure was heaviest near the close, when there was seiling led by a house with north' west connections. The close, however, wa! only a fraction lower than yesterday. The trade has seldom experienced such a flood of unfavorable weather and crop comments at this season of the year. No rain of consequence was shown overnight in either the American or Canadian belts. The government weekly report indicated that serious damage had already occurred in parts Kansas and Nebraska with wheat regarded as beyond recovery In parts of western Kansas. A general need of rain for practically all states was stressed. Coarse Grains--Com and oats generally followed the trend of wheat and were influenced by practically the same factors obtaining in the latter. The government weekly indicated that much corn had been planted but had not germinated owing to lad: of moisture. The trend of prices tomorrow will likely depend upon overnight weather developments. " It 33% 33 * 10S TH 19T4 34 30 M 3 21 2911 13 !i 23H 35 U int NIC Can 1 T t T Johns Wanv Kennecott Krcsge Kroger UB My B Loews Loose Wiles Lori Hard McKess Rob Mid Cont Pet M K T Mo Pac Mont Ward Nash Nat Else Nat Cash Ee A 15 H Natl Dairy 15», Natl Distill 25 Natl Pow Lt 1(1 li N V Cent 28:1 N Y N H H No Amer No Pac Oliver Farm Packard Pcnick Ford Penney Penn Phillips Pet Proc Gam Pullman R C A R K O Rem Rand Rep Stl Bey Tob B Sears Roe Shell U Skelly Socony Vac So Pac St Brands St G £ St Oil Cal St Oil N J Stew Warner Stone Web Studebaker Tex Corp Tex Gulf Sul Tim Roll Bear 31'.i Un Carb 40 S Un Pac 123 Unit Air 21 «i United Corp · U S Gypsum 36Vi U S Indus Alco 44 Vi U S Poibber 19% U S Steel 44 U Wnbash 3 % Warner Plct 6 West El ilfg 34 Woolworth 48 r :t WrlKlcy 62',i Yel Tr 4?i 18 23 ii HIS 31 » 40^ 17 Vi Si. 12 914 3V 26 \, IS 38 K 16 56 su; ITS .14 S, 53 3 * 42% 10 MS 21 33 !t 42% 7% 33U CHICAGO STOCKS. CHICAGO. May 9. (.IV- Cities Service 2% Natl standard 24'^, Dexter Co 5S Quaker Oats 110 Swift Co Swltt IntI Gr Lakes Air Llhby-McNeil 514 Jldwest utilities 'i Midwest Ut 6 pf }i 1B!4 30 K Utility Ind 111 Zenith 3V- .MINNEAPOLIS SIOCKS. MINNEAPOLIS, May 9. I.IV-StOcks closed: First Bank Stock S. Northwest Bancorpcration 4. Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BKOTHEFS AND CO. Mason City Office ill Bagley- Beck Building Telephone No. 7 Swift Co 18U Swift IntI Co 30% U S Gypsum Co 36 Vi IValpreen Co 26% Zenith Co 3',4 CHICAGO STOCKS Bendix Corp 15 U Marshall Fields 15'i Borg-Warn Cp 23',i Quaker Oats 110 Sutler Bros 10 Cities Service Co 2% Cord Corp 5'/i Gr Lks Dredge 18% Keys St . Wire 1814 Lib. McN Lib 5^ NEW YOBK CURB Am Gas Elec 23 Hecia Mininp Cyanamid B ISM, Hi Walker Co Am Su Pow Co 2% Ark Nat Gas A IK As G Elec A ~t Can Ind Alk 12 Vi Can Marconi 2% Dl£t Corp Seag 16;'« El Bb Share 13 "i Ford 11 of Can 211-1 Ford M of Eng 9S M 32 ij Hud B M S 13 Humble Oil Co 43 Niag Hud Pow 5=i Pennroad Corp -% S 0 Ind Co 2fi'/i S 0 Ky Co 16 United Gas Co 2% Un L Pow A 3 Util P Li Co l!i NEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 18 In;, carriers A Bank Note 19»i Jewel Tea Co Am Beet Su Co 10^ Am C Fy Co 21% Am Roll'g Mills 19% Amer Metal Co 21% Am Ra S Co 33% Amer Tob B 69 Armour Co A 5?i. As Dry Goods 13 Bel Hemingway 12% Btest Co 31% Brlggs Mfg Co 16?! Eudd ilfg Co 6 Byers A JI Co 22 Calif Pack'g 31% Caterpillar Trac 28% Coca Cola Co 116 Com Credit 2S% Com Solvents 22 3 4 Cont Oil 19% Cr of Wheat 32% Cudahy Pack'B 44?i Curt-Wri Co A. 8% Doug Aircraft 1S% Eaton Mfg Co 17% Elec Auto Lite 21% Erie P. R Co W.4 Fire'ne T Ru 19% First Natl Sirs 62 Foster-Wheeler 15 Glldden Co 23"i Gt North'n Ore 12 Hahn Dept Strs 5% Hershey Ch Co 64 Houston Oil "1-^i Houst Oil (new) 4.i J-Iupp Motors 4 Indian Kef Co 3^i Indust Rayon 74 Kelvinator Co I6vi Lambert Co 25Ti Liquid Carb Cp 29 Loose-Wiles Bis 40 3 * Mack Truck 25^ Mathieson Alk 31 McLellan Stores S 1 ^ ilex Seab'd Oil 32 Min Moline Imp 3 Motor Products 26 Muns Wear Inc 20% No Amer Avl 5 Otis Steel Co 5 Park Utah Cop 4'..; Peoples G Li 31% Pillsbury Flour 26 Plymouth OH 11% Pub Ser of N 3 34% Pure Oil Co 10=j Purity Bakery 14 Pleading Co ^S'/i Keo Motors 3% St Joseph Lead 10 Simmons Co 16% So Calif Ediaon 16% Sperry Corp $% Telautograph U Tide Wa As Oil 12% U S Smelter 114. ',g Util P Li A 3 Vanadium 21 ?; Union OH Calif 1574 Un Gas Imp 16*^ Warren,Bros 9% Western' Western Union Worth'n Pump Youngs S T 44 Lakota Wins 3 to 2 in Contest With Titonka TITONKA, May 9.--The Lakota baseball nine defeated the Titonka town team here 3 to 2 Sunday. Butter--Heavy offerings of extras and standards brought about a considerably unsettled market today. Deliveries, none. ESES--The cash PCS market continued steady today and tUe entire list was unchanged. JNO. F. CLARK CO. Chicago - Sew York - New Orleans 325 1. 0. f. Kids. Phones 845-546 A. R, UGNDRK'SON, Branch Mgr« S LUMBERS New Vork StocU Exchange New lord Coffee Sugar Exchange New York Produce Exchange New York Curb Exchange (Associate) New Yorfe Mercantile Exchanje New York ration Exchange Chicago Stock Exchange *'hlcn;o Board nf Trade Chicago Curb Exchanse A^'n. Chicago Mercantile Exchange * timmiidflj' Exchange, Inc. New Orleans Cotton Eichang' 1 Local First Mortgages on IMPROVED MASON CITY PROPERTY $500 DENOMINATIONS §1,000 $1,500 §2,000 INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mason City, Icma

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