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J '"~ ' " ^,s'55S^«sttt!5Sw» eAftBC«wKft*/,jy-««vaas^ar;:fcri^K3ST?s a ^:::±::^::;:;^^ FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAY 6 HOG, CATTLE PRICE DECLINE HALTED SWINE MARKET STEADY-STRONG Spots 5 to 10 Cents Higher With Top $10.35 on Run of 14,000 Head. CHICAGO, Iff)-- The decline in hog and steer prices was halted Wednesday as demand from all buy- in, quarters improved. The hog run was a little larger than had been expected, totaling 14,000, but shippers were more active and prices were generally steady to strong, with spots 5 to 10 cents higher. Top was $10.35. Better grade steers and yearlings were fully steady but the rank and file of the crop moved slowly and in early rounds had a steady to weak undertone. Several loads of steers sold to shippers at $8.35 to $935 and the extreme top was S975 There was a liberal supply of fed heifers, with top sales early reaching 58.50. Vealers sold from ?S.50 to ?9-50 for better grades. Tuesday's average hog drove cost dropped to 59.80, lowest in three and a half months. Traders said gradually increasing hog receipts have weakened the position;of the wholesale pork trade, which in turn has been reflected in the live market · Fat lambs sold unevenly steady to 25 cents lower Wednesday in the absence of strictly choice medium- weights. The early outside price for wooled lambs was $11.50 compared with $12.85, the top for prime kinds last week. Hog Markets MIDWEST HOGS Hog prices at midwest market Wednesday WATERLOO--Hogs unchanged. UEUAK JtAMDS--Good hogs unchanged trom 150 to 230 Ibs.; 230 to 250 Ibs. S8.40 SS9.65; 250 to 270 Ibs. S9.2509.50; 270 to 290 Ibs. S9.10®9.35; 290 to 320 Ibs. $8.9j «9.20; 325 to 350 Ibs. $S.80®9.05. Good packers 275 to 350 Ibs. SS.30®8.55; 350 to 425 Ibs. JS.10S8.35; 425 to 500 16s. S790ff8.15; 500 to 550 1M. 57.70g7.95. OTTUMWA--5 cents lower. "J-^O lo«. S8.456PS.75; 150-160 Ibs. SS.75@9.u5: 100-180 Ibs S9.15S!9.45; 180-200 Ibs. S8.4509.75; 220-250 IDS. $9.35®9.C5; 250-270 Ibs. $9.15® 9 45- 270-290 Ibs. $9.05@9.35: 290-325 Ibs. SS 85«i9.15; 325-350 Ibs. SS.75ff9.05: 350- Atm i'hft 5S.r,5fi)8.S5: packers 275- u 5d IDS. 400 . . JS.30SS.OO: 350-425 Ibs. S8.loe8.40; 425450 Ibs. 57.906sS.20. AUSTIN-- HORS 5 cents lower. Good to Choice 180-220 IDS. S9.459.73: 220-250 Ibs. 5940^9.70; 250-290 Ibs. S9.155i9.45: 290350 Ibs. S8.S5Sii9.15; packing sows Eood 275550 Ibs. S8.05SS.65. COMBINED UOfi RECEIPTS DES MOINES, (.PI--U. S. department of agriculture-Combined hog receipts at 20 concentration yards and nine packing plants located in interior Iowa and southern Minnesota lor Uss 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m. Wednesday were 21,400 compared with 18,300 a week ago and 15.800 a year ago. General price range steady to 10 cents lower compared with Tuesday, averaging mostly 5 cents lower: trade undertone moderately active; loading Indicated considerably Blower. Good and choice: Light lights. 140-160 Ibs. SS.60®9.2!: light weights, 180-180 Ibs. S9.20H89.75: 180- ·00 Ibs S9.5t'Q10: medium weights, 200-220 Tbs. $9.50910: 220-250 Ibs. S9.40B10; heavy weights, 250-290 16s. $9.10@9.75; 290-350 Ibs. SS.S5SP9.45. Good: Packing WHEAT RISES IN LATE DEALINGS High Temperature Reports in Southwest Lead to . Chicago Gains. CHICAGO, IrB--Reports of high temperatures and dust storms in domestic winter crop territory southwest led to price advances for wheat late Wednesday. Estimates were current that Tuesday's export busines in Canadian wheat totaled 2,000,000 bushels, the largest single day's amount in some time. A recent purchase of 300,000 barrels of domestic flour by an eastern bakery chain was also announced. Wheat closed firm, at the same as Tuesday's finish to 1 cent higher; May 96y»@9s; July 877 6 @86; corn %@ 7 /s up; May 62%; oats % @ % advanced, and provisions unchanged to 10 cents decline. Stock List NEW iORK STOCKS. (Wednesday Jflna! Quotations) Air Reduction 00 Lib 0 F Al Chcm Oye 187 _ Loews Amcr Can 12GS~ Amn Sm i Bet 7754 Ibs. SS.30®8.85; 350-425 Ibs. $S.15®S.65; 425-550 Ibs. 57.90® Mason City Livestock MASON CITi'--For Wednesday Good lights 160-180 sood light butchers .... "0-200 Good Heht butchers .... 200-22U good med. v,-t. butchers 2 0-250 $9.20-9.50 {9.45-9.75 58.45-9.75 59.40-9.70 SSS :: roort heavy butchers .. 350-400 flood packing sows . . . . W M - SS.50-S.SO 58.30-8.60 nn . ...... 350-125 5*- iu*o**u GOO a ntuvy su«a · ....... ,, ,,-j r-nirf hie heavy sows . - · 425-OJ0 5i.au-o.-u good b i g h t sows 550 and up W.70-8.W (The above Is a 10:30 truck hog market for good and choice hoes. The difference in price Is for short and long Haul hogs.) CiTTTJS. Steers, good to choice . Steers, medium to E 0 °d Eteera. fair to medium --.. Heifers, good to choftfe .... Heifers, medium to good Heifers, common to medium Cows, good to ctw'ce ~ ...... Cows, fair to good TM Cows, cutters ........ .,.... Cows, cannera ...... ..-- -Bulls, heavy -------- . f t.M- 8.50 I 6.00- 7.50 E 4 50- 6.00 f 5.50- 8.50 S 1.75- 6.50 J 4.00- 4.75 S 4,25- 5.00 J. 3.75- 4.25 .5 3.25- 3.75 S 3.00- 3.25 S 4.SO- 5.26 . S 4.00- 4.50 S 5.50- 6.50 S 4.50- 5.50 5 4.50 down Calves, med. to good calves, inter, to com^O-l. Lambs, .good to choice 70-90 f °-°°- 1 ° | -;° Lambs -medium to good .... $ 8.00-9.UU Lambs, fait to medium $ 6.25-7.25 sa^-ssi* saws Yearlings, med, to good 0-80 Yearlings, fair to medium .... native'ewei, 5000 to choico . Cull «»e» Bucks · wethers. 2 years old ~ Wethscfl, poor to best Buck lambs SI lest J 5.00- 7.00 S 4.00- 5.00 $ 4.00 down S 2.T5- 4.00 S 1.50- 2..-.0 S 1.00- 2.50 I 6.00- 7.00 I 4.00- 7.05 - to marketluctuatlons. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK (Wednesday Market) CHICAGO. UP)-- 0. S- department of agri culture-- nothing strictly choice here; best of fed clipper lambs held above J9.75; few shorn ewes around 54 ©5. KANSAS crre LIVESTOCK (Wednesday Market) KANSAS CITY, tl agriculture -HOGS 2,500; -U. S. department of 160 direct; slow, mostly CHICAGO CASH GRAIN (Wednesday Market) CHICAGO, UP)-- Cash wheat. No. 2 red tough Indiana 98?lc; No. 2 hard Nebraska Corn, No. 3 mixed 59c: No. 2 yellow 65® 65'tc- No 3 yellow 62!i®64%c; No. 4 yellow SO'.iiiel-'iic; No. 5 yellow 58(5361c; No. 2 white 68%c; No. 3 white 665iC; sample grade 25SJ571ic. . Oats No. 1 white 33 lie: No. 3 white 2i® 291ic; No. 1 white 2514 ®27c; sample grade Am Sugar A X t T Am Too B Am Wat Wks Anaconda Atchlson Auburn Aviat Corp B Si 0 Ru-nsdall Bend Aviat Beth Steel Can Dry Can Pac Case C N W C G W C R 1 P Chrysler Col G E Com Solv Comwlth Sou Cons Edison Cons Oil Cont Can Cont oil Del Corn Prod Curt Wright Deere pfd Du Pont Gen Elec Gen Foods Gen Motors Gillette Goodyear III cent Int. Har Int Nick Can I T T Johns Man Kcnnecott Kresge 32155% 93 »i 21 34 ii 72 33 17 £ 18*1 37% 51'.i 7l' 96 IS mi 71 !» 32 V, 7.1=1 614 291-1 111 S 36% 38 « 61 H 16 1314 96 36=1 51VI 9 % 20 Si 3911 1614 18 34 24 23 Vi 29% VS'A 28 51% 76 30 te 43 10% 19 li 52 "A McKcss Ic Kob Mid Cont Pet Mont Ward Murray Corp Nash Nat Bis Natl Cash Reg Natl Dairy Natl Dlst Natl Pow Lt N Y Central Nor Pac Oliver Farm J c Penney Fcnn R R Phillips Pet R C A Rep Steel Key Tob B Sears Roe Shell Union Soc Vac So Pac Stand Brands S 0 Cal S O Wd S 0 N J Stew Warn Stone Web Studebaker Swilt Co Tex Corp Tex Cult Sul Tim Roll Sear Un Carb Union Pac Unit Air Unit Corp Unit Drug U S Gypsum U S Rubber U S Steel Warner Fix West El 4 Mfg 107-11 39 36 U 60 18 ;k 1645 S0% 125 22% 81 29% 581 Soybeans. No. 4 ' ' yellow Sic: sample yel- Barlc'y, ' feed 35SJ48C nom.: malting 53® 90c nom. Timothy seed 52.6092.75 cwt. Clover seed S15®22.50 cwt. Lard, tierces 510.85; loose $10.20; bellies ·J13.97. steady with Tuesday's average; top $9.75; desirable 170 to 260 Ibs. S9.50B9.75; lew ·70 to 325 Ibs. S9.20ft9.50; better grade HO to 100 .Ibs. 59.5089.75: sows 58.409 8.65; few $8.70. CATTLE 3,000; calves SOO; beef steers ana yearlings opening slow, steady to weak; little done on better grades; light yearlings and she stock comparatively scarce, mostly steady; bulls steady to easier: vealers weak; stackers and feeders slow, weak; bulk led steers eligible to sell S7@S.25; few loads held up to SS.7S; better Hinds heifers and mixed yearlings $7518: butcher cows mostly S5.2506; bulk vealers $8 down; few $8.50 lambs and springers JOc lower' sheep 25()i u u c i t u , ,.."-*· j --...-jut. ivj"*.*. "; ' ' 35c o f f ; clwice prime native spnns lambs S11.15- Arlzonas to shippers at J10.60; oth; crs to packers 510.25; best wool lambs offered $10.25 shorn Arizona ewes $4.90. S'9. SHEEF 6.000; uneven; mostly OMAHA LIVESTOCK (Wednesday Market) OMAHA, OPl--U. S. department ol agri- HOGS 4,000: steady to 5 cents higher; 170-230 Ibs. S9.50Ec9.65, top S9.70: 230250 Ibs. S9.25S9.53; 280-360 Ibs. S8.l0@ 9 10- few 140-170 Ibs. S9.25S9.65; pigs S9® 9.40: sows steady to 10 cents lower, maln- C4TTJ.E 5.500; steady to lo cents lower; steers and yearlings S7@8: heifers $6.25® 750; cows $5®6.50; cutters S3.i5sa4.i5; bulls S5.25@5.65; vealers 58.50. few S9. SHEEP 7,500; lambs 25 cents lower; led wooled lambs S10.40@ll.25: top $11.25. WVESXOCK FORECAST . CHTC1GO, (.M--Official estimated receipts 5,000; hogs, 12,000; Thursday: Cattle, sheep, 7,000. Representative Soles 10.10 10.15 10.25 10.30 '" Ibs W 65810: 300^350 Ibs. 59.3509.70; strong to 10 cents up at 58.65OS.90; 12 219 2.16 45 CATTLE S.OOO; calves l.oOO; better grade fed steers and yearlings fully steady but vr.rv little done on rank and file of crop, undertone steady to weak with prospects that inbetween grades weighty steers will sell lower; largely steer run although az- abl= crop fed heifers here: latter class steady 1- on lower grades, slow on kinds of value to sell at SB upwards; best fed heifers early SS 50: several loads steers on shipper account S3 35S9.35 with extreme top 59.'5: edce off cow market; bulls 10-15 cents lower and vealers steady at S7.50@S.50 mostly with better grade weighty offerings S8.50® 9.50; mostly S9; best weighty sausage bulls * SHEEP 6,000: slow, fat lambs unevenly steady to 25 cents lower; strictly choice medium weights absent; few early sales wooled offerings Sll®11.50; Colorados averaging 101 Ibs. going at outside price; clippers S9.75Q110; fat ewes about steady; shorn kinds largely S4.505p5.25. SIOUX CITV LIVESTOCK (Wednesday Market) SIOUX CITY", CSV-U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 3,000; slaughter steers and yearlings uneven; yearlings' and light weights steady matured steers slow, steady to easy; heifers little changed; butcher she stock steady to easy: stockers and feeders scarce, unchanged; hulk fed steers and yearlings S7 (8)8; small quota held above SS.50; few good fed heifers S7@7.50; some held higher; most beef cows 55S6; cutter grades S4®4.75; few common and medium stockers S6.75 down. UOGS 4,500; slow, mostly steady to shippers; better ISO to 230 Ib. butchers S9.^0@ 9 65- top $9.70; few 280 to 290 Ib. butchers 59.1099.25; packers bidding fully 15c lower at $9.50 down; sows mostly 58.50; feeder pigs up to $9.75. SHEEP 2.000, including 340 billed through; no early slaughter lamb action; under 25C or more lower; buyers talking around $11.25 for best wooled skins and around 59.25 for best clips; slaughter ewes opened steady: clips S5.25g5.75; late Tuesday double 70 Ib. California feeder Iambs S9.75. SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK. (Wednesday Market) ' SOUTH ST. PAUL, LTh-U. S. department cf agriculture-CATTLE 3,000; generally slow; slaughter steers uneven; medium grades and heavier ·weights fully 15-25C orwer for the week: tetter light weights less changed; she stock steady to 25c or more lower; heavy kinds olt most- bulls 10-lsc lower; stockers slow, un dertone weak; few good fed steers S7.oO(s S- medium kinds around $6.35@7.35; medium to good yearling heifers 56.50S7.50; most beef cows $5@5.75; low cutters and cutters S3.75®4.75; bulk bulls $5@5.50. CALVES 2.300; slow; largely 25-SOc lower- few early sales about steady; most de- tirabte vealera S6.50®7.50; choice sorts $8; lew $8.50. HOGS 5,500; slow, unevenly steady to lOc lower than Tuesday; top $9.90 sparingly for choice 14Q to 170's; better 140 to 220 Ibs. mainly $9.70®9.SO; 220 to 250 Ibs. $9.50® P 70' 250 to 300 Its. S9.15SJ9.50: big weights Jown to 58.75: sows mostly 5S.40SS.60; extreme weights down to SS.30; pies scarce; average cost Tuesday $9.47 246 Ibs. SHEEP 300; supply very meager; early jalr!* Rnd indications around 25c lower on nwt c'assM; few wooicd lamhs £9.30!'11; (Wednesday Market) CHICAGO, LW--U. S. department of agriculture--Representative sales: HOGS. Light-9.50 24 168 9.65 17 190 9.85 22 196 10.00 46 195 Light Lights-10.10 12 144 10.15 17 158 30.25 10 160 10.35 CATTLE. Heifers-9.75 28 910 9.25 24 839 9.15 21 Heavy-30 3« 34 294 44 2S6 61 252 Medium: 73 SS 62 37 Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Wednesday No. 3 yellow corn 46c No. 4 yellow corn 45c Ear corn 40c White oats, No. 3 19 c Feeding barley 25-4UC WEDA'ESDAV GRAIN CLOSE. CHICAGO, «V- WHEAT-May ....... July Sept CORN-May July Sept OATS-May _ July Sept RVE-- May July Sept BARLEY-May July LARD-May July Sept Oct. .. BELLIES-May July High .96Ts .SS'.i .86% .51-i .51 =i .52V» .10.87 .10.75 .10.75 ..10.52 .13.70 Low .30 » .57 .85?; .26 .26 '.i .26 li 10.80 10.55 10.60 10.45 13.67 .82:5 .61% .59»i .5V!1 .52% .36',; .39 10.80 10.55 10.60 10.50 13.75 13.67 Woolworth Wrieley is 1 ..; 69 Cities Service Dexter Hcilmann Brew 13 Katz Drus 3S'/t Libby McNeil 7ti Natl Standard 40 CHICAGO STOCKS Wednesday Final. N W Bancorp Quaker oats Swift and Co Swift Intl Utility and Ind Zenith 10 12514 21% Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAJHSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck B!dg. Telephone No. 7 RAIL AND STEEL SHARES ADVANCE Vlines, Oils and Specialties Continue in Forefront of Upward Push NEW YORK, LT)--The rails and steels stepped into the ranks of leading stock Market gainers Wednesday and added 1 to 2 points to their Tuesday's recovery. Mines, oils and specialties continued in the forefront of the forward push which developed considerably more activity in the after- ion. While the foreign situation was an unsettling- influence, more attention was paid to bright domestic trade developments. Wheat and cotton were moderately higher and bonds took on a better tone. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OK THE Al'l'OINTMENT OK EXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA, Ccrro Gordo county, es. No. -1819 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, dial UK tuderslRcied has been duly appointed and Qualified as Executor of the estate or Emllle Kossack. Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County All persons Indebted to said estate arc requested to make Immediate payment: and those having claim! against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersifin'd for allowance, and file In ihe office of the Clerk of the District Court. GEO. R. LUDEMAN. Executor. Gco. JR. Ludeman, Attorney. Dated April 20th. 1936. S. H. MocPcak. ClerU District Court. By--Jtarsaret R"ey. Deputy. NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR STATE OF IOWA. Ccrro Gordo County, ss. No. 4625 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Administratrix of the estate of Ralph Towne, 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 will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in tno office of the Clerk of the District court. EDNA C. TOWNE, Administratrix. E. W. SCHILLING. Attorney. Dated April 21st. 1S36 S H. MacPcak. Clerk District Court. By--Margaret Rlley, Deputy. Sport Events jla v 7_Wrcstling: American Legion show, Mason City armory. May 8--Baseball: Trojans vs. All- Nations at Roosevelt stalium- May 8-9--Baseball: High school district tournament at Armstrong. May 11 --Baseball: Mohawks vs. Sheffield at Mason City. May 13--Baseball: Trojans vs. Waldorf at Forest City. May 15--Softball: Entry lists due at Y. M. C. A. May 16 -- Track: District meet, NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL Among the principal gainers at I the start of the final iioursjwere U. "* C J£ cordo county, M. No. 4828 In District Court April Terra, 1936. To All Whom it JMaj Concern: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Dell Chllson, Deceased, dated July 10th, 1934. having been this day tiled, opened and «ad. Mon- Roosevelt stadium. Baseball: Mohawks City. at Webster May 28--Baseball: State high school tournament finals, Manson. j un e 1 -- Softball: Mason leagues open, East park. City July 1-15--Baseball: Iowa semipro- tournament, Forest City. Aug. 3-8--Softball: Iowa-Southern Minnesota tournament, Roosevelt stadium. Sept. 5-7--Baseball: Iowa amateur tournament finals, Des Moines. BRITONS SQUARE WITH U.S. TEAM Foursomes End All Even for First Day's Play Over Scottish Course. GLENEAGLES, Scotland, OrB-- The United States and Great Britain finished their foursomes competition for the Curtis cup all Eiquare here Wednesday, each side winning one match and the other being tied. After Wanda Morgan, the British, champion and Mrs. Marjorie Ross Carbon had won the last hole to tie Mrs. Glenna Collett Vare, Philadelphia, and Patty Berg, Minneapolis Mrs. Maureen Orcutt Crews, Coral Gables, Fla., and Mrs. Leona Chenev Santa Monica, Cal., defeated Pa'm Barton and Mrs. J. S. Walker, two and one. The Leaders S. Steel, Bethlehem, Santa Fe, N. Y. Central, Southern Pacific, American Telephone, Chrysler, General Motors, Dome, American Smelting, U. S. Smelting, Case, Westinghouse, Standard Oils of New Jersey and California, Texas Corp., Deere, Douglas Aircraft and du Pont. Transfer approximated 1,300,000 shares. Fear for the ultimate stability of the French franc appeared to be growing and the ability of the republic to remain on gold, or to avoid a gold embargo, was viewed in banking quarters as highly questionable. Among favorable items were: The Bell system announced a gain of 77,600 stations in April, one of the largest in the history of the company; Kennecott's first quarter earnings improved substantially, along with those on a number of other companies; and the April sales of machinery and machine tools expanded. MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN" (Wednesday Market) MINNEAPOLIS, I.TI--Wheat 59 cars; is cent lower to W cent higher; No. 1 heavy dark northern spring 60 Ins. S1.12%®1.245s; No. 1 dark northern 59 Ibs. 51.10% 91.235,; 58 Ibs 51.08% 81.22%; No. 1 hard Montana 14 P" cent protein 51.12S@1-14S; to arrive 51.11% @1.13S; grade of No. 1 dark hard or No. 1 hard Montana -winter S6=ic@S1.02=i; to arrive 95«sc®51.01%; No. 1 hard amber durum 93@c@S1.09 ! SB; No. 1 red durum 77Sc; May 99Sc: July 96%c; Sept 87 %c. Corn, No. 3 yellow 56@571ic. Oats, No. 3 white 23%@26c. DOW JONES AVERAGES Inds. Halls Utlls. Close "S-" 1 ·"· 5S 29 -70 Total Sales .- 1,130,000 CHICAGO STOCKS Butler Bros 8--; Kalamazoo Stov 55 Cord Corp 5!i Marshall Fields 15% 3EW 1'OBK CURB Am Gas Elec 34'.i Humble Oil Co 62% Am Cyanamid B 35'.i Lockheed 7 Am Su Fow Co 214 Mag Hud Pow S'A Ark Natl Gas A 6% Niles-E'cm-Pond 35 Can Ind Alk S'.i S O-Ky Co ITS Bister Elec 3ft Un Gas Co S El Bd Share 18VJ Un Li Pow Co D'i Ford Mo or can 231J Util P Li Co 1% Hud B M i S 26T1 NEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 14% Allegheny 3 1 ,* Am Bank Note' 45% Am For Pow 7'/a Am Cry Sug Co 23 Am C Fy Co 32V; Am Pow LI 10 !4 Am Roll's Mills 27% Am Ha S Co 20% Amer Tob Co 93-}i Armour Co 51s Armour Co pf 72}; As tDry Goods 14 All Ref 30 Eel Hemingway 14 % laldwin Loco 34 Briggs MIS Co 4VA Bendix 27*1 Budd Hfg Co 15 231 227 219 205 Steers-- 1149 1076 1414 1276 1270 1204. 555 712 S.S5 S.40 8.15 7.70 7.40 23 21 COWS- 897 634 1303 1210 1165 1060 970 S 3 SHEEr. Old Crop Wooled Clipped Lamb Lambs-- 64 101 S5 11.50 11.25 10.75 150 85 S3 36 77 Shorn Ewe*-24 133 fi 130 15 172 6.75 6.15 5.75 5.10 4.60 10.00 9.90 8.75 OMAHA. GRAIN (Wednesday Market) OMAHA. UP)-- Wheat, No. 1 hard 91c: No 2 hard 9iy.ffi941Sc: No. 3 hard 8914® 93c; No. 4 hard S6V4@90c. Corn, No. 2 white 67%c; No. 4 white 6114 (ffie-'c- No 5 white 57c; sample white 38c; No. 3 yellow 575?61c; No. 4 yellow 57® 57 ] ic: sample yellow 47c. Oats, No. 3 white 24%c; No. 4 white 23-lic; sample white 23%c, ^ KANSAS cmr GRAIN (Wednesday Market) KANSAS CITY, UP)-- Wheat 40 cars; unchanged to 2 cents lower; No. 2 dark hard nom 93c@S1.06: No. 3 nom. 91c@S1.04; No '2 hard 94vic: No. 3, 931i«P98l3c; No. 2 red nom. 95@9Sc; No. 3. 96c. Corn 42 cars; unchanged to 1% cents higher- No. 2 white 71c; No. 3 nom. 67% (5 7o'%c; No. 2 yellow 63 J /l@63%c; No. 3, 61 @62V-c; No. 2 mixed nom. 61@62c: No. 3, 60 c. Oats 18 cars; unchanged to U cents: No. 2 white ttom. 26!*@2Sc; No. 3 nom. 25% @ 27%c. IS 1% 29'.i 20 20% 30' 30 Bycrs A M Co IS caterpillar Trac 72 Cerro de Pasco 54% Ches Ohio 55~/ s Chi Gt W Pfd 5S C M S P P pfd 3% Coca Cola Co 55% Com Solvents Cont Motor Curt-Wri Co A Dist Corp Seag Douglas Airc Eastman Eaton Mfg Co Elec Auto Lite Elec Pow Li Erie R R Co Fire'ne Ti Ru 29?. Foster-Wheeler 2811 Freeport Tex Gen Am Trans 2% 15 21U 55 161V. 32% 34 14 5i 13 30 =i 45% 5 Miscellaneous POTATO 3IARKET (Wednesday Market) CHICAGO, (JP)--U. S. department of agriculture-- ,, potatoes SS; on track 287: total U. S. shipments 735; old stock, slightly weaker, supplies moderate, trading slow: sacked per cwt.: Idaho russet Burbanks U. S. No. 1, 5230; Colorado McClures fair condition showing some decay $1.70: Wisconsin round whites U. S. No. 1, $1.60; commercial SI.40; bliss triumphs U. S. No. 1, S1.65: Minnesota sand land section round whites partly graded Sl.-SO: early Chios unclassified S1.10 g1.35; North Dakota Bed river section early Chios U. S. No. 1. S1.65: new stock, slight- Iv weaker, supplies moderate, demand slow; Alabama bliss triumphs U. S. No. 1. S2.SO® 2.S5; U. S. No. 2. 51.75: Louisiana bliss triumphs U. S. No. 1. S2.50SI2.90: Texas bliss triumphs XJ. s. No. 1. few sales S2.90: U. S. No. 2. S1.90fji2; less than carlots, California 100 Ib. sacks white rose U. S. Ko. 1. 53.2D a sack. Hides and Wool Quotations Furnished by Wolt Bros, Inc., 308 Fifth Street Southwest WOOL Clean bright Rejects and western 22c ISc Pulled wool ana No. 2 rejects .... FIORSEH1DES ·GREEN BEEF BIDES Up to 23 Ibs -25 to 45 Ins ~ More than 60 Ibs. ..... Bull Hides -- ·Cured hides half cent more a pound. (On above prices a cent higher to wholesale dealers In wholesale lots.) Gobel Gold Dust 17% Graham Paige 2% Gt Nor pfd 35 £ Houston Oil Hudson Motor Hupp Motors Intl Carriers Indust P.ayon Kelvinator Co Lambert Co Lorillard Mack Truck Mahtieson Alk McLellan Stores 12K Minn, Moiine Im 9S M K £ T 7% Motor Products 31 No Amer 25% No Amer Avl SH Otis Steel Co 14?i Owen 111 Glass 146 Packard Motor 10 H Park Utah Cop Plymouth Proc Gam Pub Ser of N J Pullman Pure Oil Co purity Kakery E K 0 Rem Rand Reo Motors Simmons Co 26 So Calif Edison 25S Sperry Corp 17^4 St G E 6Vi TidO Wa AS Oil 17 ' U S Ind Alch U S Smelter Util P LI A Vanadium Un Gas fc Imp Warren Bros Western union Worth'n Pump Yellow Truck Youngs S T 3% 14 'a 42% 40% 42 21% 95 19 15 8% 77=4 21'a 18% Curb Market NEW YORK, f.Pt--The curb market made further progress In tbe direction of recovery Wednesday. There was support for various mining Issues, utilities and oils at fractionally higher levels. The best performers in the industrial group included American Cyanamid "B," which picked up a. point In the early trading, Pittsburgh Plate Glass and Jones and Laugn- lin Steel. Newmont dropped back a little as did Pennroad and American Superpower. Bond Market NEW YORK, (.T)--Moderately higher prices were paid lor the general run of corporate liens during early bond market trading Wednesday. U. S. governments were steady, though they lacked the buoyancy displayed in the previous session. Gains of fractional range were established by American and Foreign Power 5s, American Rollins Mill 4Us. American Telephone 5s, International Telephone Ss, New Yorlc Central 5s, Nickel Plate 4%s, Postal Telegraph 5s and Southern Railway 4s. Southern Pacific I'/is and Goodyear 5s were supplied at slightly" lower levels. Bonds of Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron moved up major fractions. Italian obligations were responsive to the news from Rome and the capital of Ethiopia, the Government 7s climbing more than a point in the early dealings. Milan City 6%s rose fractionally. Other foreign loans were quiet and steady. n , . day the 25th day of May. 1D36. Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Mason City. Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the ClerU of said Court: and at 2 o'clock P. K., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament or said deceased. Dated at Mason City. Iowa, April 28tn, 1U 6 ' s. H. MacPBAK. Clerk of District Court By-- Marearet Riley. Deputy- NOTICE OF THE APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIX STATE OF IOWA. Ccrro Gordo County, ss. No. 4813 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executrix of the estate of James E Wcrtz Deceased, late of Cerro Gordo County. AH persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated. to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. Maude H. Wcnler, Executrix. W. A. Westfall, Attorney. Dated May 4th. 1936. S. H MacPEAK. Clerk District Court. By -- Margaret .Riley, Deputy. By The Associated Press. NATIONAL Batting---Terry, Giants, .556. Runs--Herman, Cubs, Cuyler, Reds, Moore, Giants, 17. Runs Batted In--Norris, Phillies, 22. Hits--Herman, Cubs, 30. Doubles--Herman, Cubs, 12. Triples--Bucher and Hassett, Dodgers, Moore, Giants, Herman, Cubs, McQuinn, Reds, Sulir, Pirates, 3. Homeruns--Klein, Cubs, Ott, Giants, Hafey, Pirates, 4. Stolen Bases--J. Martin, Cardinals, 6. Pitching---Benge, Bees, 4-0. AMERICAN Batting--Sullivan, Indians, .517. Runs--Gehrig, Yankees, 23. Runs Batted In--Dickey, Yankees, 26. Hits-- Gehrig, Yankees, 30. Doubles--Travis, Senators, S. Triples--Gehringer, Tigers, Lewis, Senators, 4. Homeruns--Foxx, Red Sox, 6. Stolen Bases--Werber, Red Sox, Crosetti, Yankees, 4. Pitching--Grove, Red Sox, 5-0. Wrestling BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK _ All Bana, 205, Turkey, threw Dick Shikat, 227, Germany, 53:37. PHILADELPHIA -- Yvon Robert 218, Montreal, threw Chief Little Wolf, 215, Colorado, 29:59; Ed (Strangler) Lewis, 245, Glendale, Cal., threw Olaf Oleson, 225, Milwaukee. 6:18. NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Emil Dusek, 215, Omaha, defeated George Koverly, 215, Greece, two out of three falls. ORIGINAL NOTICE In the District Conrt of Iowa in and for Cerro Gordo County, June Term, 1936. Geo. B. Penson, Plaintiff Dana H Bailey doing business under the name and style of Bailey Cream Line Dairy Co., Defendant. To Dana H. Bfliley dolnc business under the name and style of Bailey Cream Line Dairy Co., defendant: You are hereby notified that there Is now on file In the office of the Clerk of the District 'court of the above named county and state, clai , a petition of Geo. E. Penson laiming of you the sum of One Hundred wenty-five (S125.00) Dollars as rent for the storeroom In the building located at Number 103 South Federal Avenue, Mason City. Iowa, under the terms of the lease made on the 17th day of October, 1935, and which rent accrued within one year prior to the commencement of this suit, and also asking that a writ of attachment issue for the enforcement of the landlord's lien. (For further particulars see petition now on file.) Now, unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the June 1936 term of said Court to he held at the court house in Mason City, Iowa, in said County, commencing on June 8, 1936. default will be entered against you and judgment rendered thereon in accordance with the prayer of said petition. FITZPATRICK i BARLOW. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Major Stars PEOPLE . . . who have tested Fireside Fuels over a period of years find them to be the most economical in the long run and by far the most , satisfactory. FIRESIDE FUEL CO. Phone 888 By The Associated Press. Gene Schott, Reds--Hedd Giants to five hits and drove in two of team's five runs. Bill Lee, Cubs--Chalked up third, victory by holding Phillies to five hits. Danny MacFayden, Bees--Limited Cards to three hits to nose out Paul Dean in pitching duel. Bob Grove, Red Sox--Shut out Tigers with two hits for fifth victory of season. Wally Moses, Athletics--His home- run with two on in tenth, beat White Sox. Delco-Light Plants, Batteries and Parts Central Auto ElectricCo. Next to Fire Station 25 First St. S. W. Phone 494 Public Utility and Industrial Stocks Quoted by A. M. Schanke and Company, Telephone 1300. Mason City. GOVERNMENT BOSDS Wednesday Market) NEW YORK, (3 1 )--U. S. bonds closed: Treasury 4',ls -17-32 117.22. Treasury 4s 44-34 112.23. Treasury 3Us 45-49 105.24. Treasury 3s 51-55 104.15. SfKW YORK SUGAR (Wednesday Market) NEW YORK. t/P)-- Raw sugar unchanged at S3.72. Futures gained 2 points. May 52.92, Jan. S2.68. Rctined unchanged at 55 for fine granulated. \VOOI, MARKET (Wednesday Market) BOSTON, (.W-- U. S. department of agriculture -Scattered bids were received on spot good 12 months Texas %vools and on average to good French combing tine territory wools In original bags at prices around 80 cents scored basis, but the offers were quite gen- Lamson Brothers Market Letter GRAIN LETTER, CHICAGO -- Wednesday Wheat -- Wheat was somewhat unsettled during the morning due to further liquidation in the Hay contract but as this Cid not disturb new crop months, the market recovered well, May regaining all losses and the deferreds. closed higher on the day. firm tone at Kansas City has considerable effect here and seemed to support the view held 'in some quarters that the winter wheat crop has some distance to go with conditions uncertain, before the predicted outturn can be realized. Central and western parts 01 Kansas and some sections of Nebraska had rather severe dust storms Tuesday and Tuesday night and moisture was confined to a section of southeast Nebraska. Export business Tuesday was placed at approximately two million busheis but little or nothing was reported Wednesday. With the winter wheat harvest some distance away and conditions uncertain we are not Inclined to press Bid and asked Wednesday: Cent St El 6 pet pfd (525 par) 12 Cent St El 7 pet pfd (525 par) 13 Cent St P L 7 pet pfd .... 12 CnampUn Ref la 7 pet pfd .. 75 Creamery Package com 25 J /3 Hearst Cons A «... 23'£ Geo A Hormel A pfd ........ 1Q" Geo A Hormel B pfd * · · 103 Geo A. Hormel com ..... 17 J /t Interstate Power 6 pet pfd --- 19 Interstate Power 7 pet pfd --- 23 Iowa Electric Co G'£ pet pfd 56 Iowa Siectric Co 7 pet pfd .... 57 la El Lt Pow 6 pet pfd .. 67 la El Lt Pow 6# pet pfd -68 la El Lt Pow 7 pet pfd .. 69 la Power and Light 6 pet pfrt 97 la Power Light 7 pet pfd 103 la Public Serv 6 pet pfd 91 la Public Serv 6 1 .*: pet pfd .. 92 Ta Public Serv 7 pet pfd 96 la South Uttl ii pet pfd ' |0 la South Util 6% pet pM .- M l a South Util 7 pet pfd fiO · Minnesota P £ L 6 pet pfd .. -9 Minnesota P L 7 pet pfd .. 9» Northern St Power 6 pet p£d 73 Northern St Power 7 pet pfd S3 N W Beil Tel 6}= pet pfd US N W St Portland Cement .... 2.1 Rath Packing 6 pet pfd 9S Rath'Packing 7 pet pfd 100 Sioux City Gas El 7 pet pfd 84 United Lt Rys 6 pet pfd ,. 78 SU United Lt Rys 6.36 pet prd SUi United Lt Rys 7 pet pfd .. 88 Western Grocer pfd S3 Western Grocer com ····· 7 14 In IS',: 21 24 53 riO 69 39 104 92 S-t 95 52 5C. fi2 81 ·12 74' S5 119 24 100 102 S6 79 S3' SS' 86 T crally rejected. Asking prices on fleece wools «TM« « particularly if May acts were rcoorted to be strengthening. Country I "'·",,.-'"'·.",',...%_'..,... . were reported to be strengthening. Country packed medium prade bright fleeces were quoted mostly at 35 cents in the grease, delivered east, for combing and clothing % and U blood wools. Last week a little of this type of wool was sold nt a fraction of a cent under 34 cents in the grease. the way it did Wednesday. Corn -- Gradually diminishing primary receipts due to the lack of incoming stocks is a factor. Heavy shipments out of here daily contributed to ulrcnpth in corn. The local clement was on the buying side. I-VESME\"T TRUSTS By The Associated Tress. Bid and asHed Wednesday: Corp Tr Sh 2-5S Corp Tr Sh AA KM 3.11 Corp Tr Sh Accum Scr 1.49 Corp Tr Accum Ser Mod 3.11 Dividend Sh *·'* Man-land Fund 13.10 Nationwide Sec 4.03 Nationwide Sec Vtc J - 6S Nor Amcr Tr Sh 2 -43 Nor A.Ticr Tr Sh ;955 3.20 Quarterly Ine Sh l- 4 9 Selected Am Sh Inc i-" Super Corp Am Tr A 3.3i U S El i, P A . . . ~ 17 - r ' n U S Kl L P K "-' |R U S El L P Vtc 1.01 1.1 19.! 4.: 1.1 Produce MASON CITY-- For Wednesday Cash Quotations by B. G. Morse .18c* .ITc* ,.34c . ..33c , current recipts ......... 17c [eavy hens, 4 Ibs. and over ...15c hder 4 Ibs. .................. 13e ocks ......................... 9 = Merchants Quotations ;gs, in trade ............. ggs, fresh ........... ..... utter, Iowa State Brand . . . utter. Corn Country ..... utter, Kenyon's .............. 33c utter, Very Best ............. 34c utter, Brookfield ............. 33c 'otatoes, peck ........ 40c and 52c j ·EDITOR'S NOTE-- These repre- «ntative quotations were obtained y calling several grocery stores, CHICAGO PRODUCE (Wednesday Market) CHICAGO. L11--Butter 11.986, steady; rices unchanged. Eggs 24,633. easy; extra firsts local -J'-jic, cars 21'Ac; fresh graded firsts local OUc. cars 20%c; current receipts 19^c; torage packed extras 22Vic, storage packed irsts 21^0. Poultry--Live. 1 car, 14 trucks, steady; hens 5 Ibs. and less 21c, more than 5 Ibs. 19c; Leghorn hens 19c: Plymouth Rock springs 27c. White Rocks 26c, colored 25c; Plymouth Rock fryers 25c, White Rocks 24c colored 24c: Plymouth Rock broilers 25c. White Rocks 24c, colored 2lc. bare- jacks 205'22c, Leghorn 22c: roosters 14^c; urkeys 16®22c; heavy old hens 16c. heavy young ducks 17c; small white ducks 14c, small colored 13c: gaese 12c. Convention Delegate Named. DECORAH--Miss Ruth Goodrich was chosen as a delegate to the state convention of the B. P. W. in Council Staffs May 15 to 17. Officers in charge of the B. P. W. this year are: President, Katherine Hutchinson; vice president, Helen Rubie; secretary, Kathryn Tatro; treasurer, Mary Renan; director, Freda Darling, education, Beth McClanahan LIVESTOCK SALES PAVILION-CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Friday, May 8 sta S?oo PrP °T. tly run consisting _ 1 Feeders; Fresh and Springing Cows, Bulls and Veal Calves. '00 HOGS--4. consignment of good Hampshire Sows with pigs "tsideT balance consisting of Piggy Sows, Feeding Sows, Feeding Pigs and Boars. 30 SHEEP--Native Ewes and Lambs. 1 Nearly New International 2-Kow Corn Plow. Bring your Livestock to our sale--Highest Prices Assured Clear Lake Auction Co. PHONES £¥*«. CLEAR LAKE, IOWA NEW YORK PRODUCE (Wednesday Market) extra '(92 27 r l@23 1 ic- centralized (90 score) 2Sc. Cheese 214.325. firm; prices unchanged. Eggs 53 174. easier; mixed colors, special packs or selections from fresh receipts 23® 24V-C; standards and commercial standards 2 71 ^c- firsts 21-"Hc; mediums 40 Ihs. 20 ] A@ 20V-c : dirties No. 1. 42 Ibs.. 20%®20»ic; average checks 19 % c; storage packed firsts " Live poultry steady to firm. By freight: Chickens and broilers unquoted: fowls 21® 22c : roosters 14c; turkeys 16S25c: ducks (all sections) ll®13c. PRODUCE FCTURKS (Wednesday Market) CHICAGO, l/Pl-- Butter futures closed: Storage standards, Nov. 27,ic: fresh standards, June 26c. E BS futures: Refrigerator standards, Oct. 23c; storage packed firsts. May 21---ic. MINNEAPOLIS FLOUR (Wednesday Market) MNNEAPOLIS, (.T) -- Flour unchanged. Carload lots family patents Sfi.50Sj6.70 a barrel! in 93 pound cotton sacks. Shipments 19.4'j3. Pure bran {16*16.50. Standard middlings $18.50819. PICTURE Found in Diamond Bread Boys and Girls Under 12 Years of Age. THEATRE Friday -- Saturday May S and 9

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