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OECATUR HERALD FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 3, 1930. DECATUR HERALD WHEATADVANCES SHARPLY DURING BULLISH SESSION Corn Follows Lead In Strong Market; Profit- Taking Order* Heavy OATS REMAIN FIRM i flu I'ullril Pi 1 *TM i CHICAGO, Oct, 3--A nu»Uln«tl Advance begun In tho last hour oF i trading on tho fionrt) of Trmlo Friday advancod whnnt rrlcnji shui'iily i The market hud uhown A utroni: unlorton«i IhroUKhout the iiins.ulon wtlh both commission hoimei onJ houflsfi with Ea»tivn ('imnj;tlonH on tho buylnK slilc. Sinllmenl \VAH son. ertilly huHhli nnd th«f« w«s no material proflmii'f, thotiKti profn taklnK nmi *clllnu iiKiiln.it of for.) ivs\s y, »«rvlrif( to chrch tl)» CHICAGO FUTURE MARKETS JAME1I C, BBNNETI · Open Wheat; Dec. Mar. Moy Corn; Dec. Mar. M«y High O!M» Ocfct Tr.Ago 811--809 831 W-83S 87) 873--88 SOt "iaj--es" 8M--» Mi--I 931 831--1 87 POt-- 90 811--1 1381 SGI-- BO 140 87j-j 143) 851 874 8SJ 86} Oats: Dei;. Mar, May 381 · 40j 42 Rye: Dec. Mar, May SOU 5Si 401 42i 48 L "ran 671 381 401 42 "soT OSi *B1--I 87i--87 88)--1_ "io-i 421 431 571 831--! M) B6|--I 1001 871--_ 103t 531 US) jm 10B1 1131 36 4U 65J 571 NEW YORK STOCK LIST hut thn mftrkot closed neftv tho lop, Corn Allli L'llul t ' f j t'fi Clnmi in 1 ; whwt unil shin-ply, OuU were firm but moved In it narrower runtfo, At the closo wbcnl wus 2« hlglior. corn ft* 11 to Itu high or find oftts were 1 to lie higher. Provisions were «tftody to unevenly hl«h«f. Iilverpool fhll«tl to recovtr Its 1OHien and rlosocl 1 to lc luwet. Uuenoi Aim* at tiild-tUy w: lower, Thn inorntm,'* lulviinc* wit* not turffc but In the (ace of lower foreign m«.rk*t» nnd tmtllmlnhhiKl. Morlti Arnerlcnn *upfil1»i It was viewed «» eonnli'uetK'*, Cn*h **r« i to k 1it«h«i'. llncolptu 20 curs, At tho opening wheat wan tin- Ahttnged lo lie lownr. corn w«» tic to to low«r and wrti W«T« l« to |e lower. Provisions were weak, Ifttd re- »eLln(t (rom ltd advance of Friday. Corn contlnuns strons. The ISust has botight on A larfte Mculo i-(ic«ntly while tho eft oh dtnutiul Is Incienslng itexllty, The country »olls more (row- ly on the ftdvunce, tlimklnj; returns, especially In Iowa, nro (UdUppolHtlng Tho strength In cntth corn and the Ioor outcome ol hinddnp huii ultl^d the fMrt Klhiatlon which offottn onto and ftlvoN thnt grnln !iU!ud Amu nr ft V A inn ft r .. Armi T,tiio.... A U It Mil Sll Am Kol Mill , Am tttii K u . Am Bt nir .. Am flint ft( ... Am T A T , ,,J Atn Tnh M .. .1 Atifiilit t* M I'n A T fc H Pi , ,! ,M1 Hot Alltinrrt A Tlmr ( I "1.1 SS'l 44 SI 3 Mi 41 JI1B M", f.nlrt t.ni'o . , 11 it O ... . tli-lli S'nl l.kn rn Unfl . II) am A M . i ui A Ark . . (Mil t'ftC . ... rmto , 1 1 . . I ' n lii' I'll f»r C il f) C H (, W .. .. C M Ht 1' Jt I 1 .. I'tiimli-f r'uc .. c|.'* i , "1 f t in, S L l , J O ' , CASH GRAIN Toledo Cnih Seed* I tti; 1'Httrit Wf** ° rt,OVHt:i|i'HI Ciiioit mil, II' to pi'run. itf, llfl f.o- t'Hiii*. '»'iti», now, t i c s ; ; rli»*. 1n'l" "lit. II', 1n. Hit, tin (v. »**-, tl3 T(. i.Vu , IK ui MJU . II n *'· Ill HO: 1iir,ti tl t '·» It M TIllK'tlit. II "' '«' Peotrin Cn*h Grain tils'" f S I tllUlnl, IV , ^HrJ No tllirllH 1 , N" .S'o Chicago Gr»in U l l T A V i w m,"-. [ IH!,S t fly t'tlttrtt t'ffiv i So t l i u t l , 11 . f » f * 'rind (!AH ... .103 ' j (Vmll ' 'nn ,.. 54 11 ( H flin Vcort. ., *1 l^nrUM "\Vrt(ftiL t^ Uul'ont rto N t o t \ 1C »sicii r * Krle H U ntm A.. tin; IH 4 I, M ' i l l ' n 3V,| 41 Biy Pull" O i M t r n , . illllnttu , , flolrt I Mint . II KouKton Oil... «2« Hurtinii Mtr '.'. .3SH [L M c;nr Opn . 1Q1, Ind net HI, mil C«n Cop 1014 Intl Tl*rv .... *m. tntt Nloliffl .... Sfa tlltl T 4 T .... Sfi J IDS ill'l 53 H 10 'I ltdi siv, 30'4 JottnM Mnnvtll* K K C SMI . . . . KTOIK* H 9 i.tc * M n Locw h a tno 111 fun Atnn 6 ... K!*l rn ThiU til IVnn Tt U .,., ^1)1 IVoiita's Cln* .?^tH Phi 111 pa PC to , .cult Pluiua Poto 33h ul S (if N J. ... KB Puro oil Co ..IJ' t U tt C A 3'tt UnUln ICulth .ICK S ftafcrft ^too .... .41% SlmU lint O H , . 12H Hlmmonti Co . 30^ Slnclnlr C Oil 1TK aou Pm' Ut Sou it R ,.,. TJ'l Htrt Ou» ft S SSH Ettil Oil Cnl ... itv t Hill oil N J .,:% stil OH of N y s»K HlOll!' «· W«b .72 'IVjc Cofp ,.. ,lt% 'Vil liulf . .. eii'l TBT t'lie- L I .lilt 'VIinko!i noil' r r.D lil fil Et tt 1JM, \0% ( I T t , J O T H Jt'i JO'i Mtthltiwin Mlt.. win f roto M K T ... Morn Whtil row »·* nvj N Nimh Mir I. Null lll»r C» .. Natl O Jl A ... Not I)« Tro ... Nil I' A I Ntv 1,'on C . S 1' C 1 M T N K * It 1 North Atrm ... I' PncVnnt Mt» .- r I. * III ... 31"! t.1 30 U It'i Wi im 08 (i It UnOnrwd 1C Vn c» U I»« UOli . :'jf. HiirlnK Iiuntii ("0 pvuniln nnl Lip) · lo (o "Hu iiwir « to Go fuf imuriil, St. Louis Wool, Hide*, Etc. u*Xilj+ iiuliil unit unehnnt;i»il , liilhit -- {.'lint' ithiLliifi^. SJii tii £1c fllluht v, ITii I" tl'. l'i«M I' 1 ': tTM" 1 ''"r^ 110 t* lift: lltih', tine, 1(0 lit SOu, Uoaiy am. Hi- to IT.', liuiitpi 1 wwl Ki- Mutiitir ?:·· '· !'?· IJLII ij. *" * n '·' 'fuhwiinlH-il -N'n t. SI'; No. i. ;(c', I'""* iu to tf.c :ln«.l liliwfc Jlrlll am! ch(yl«.. 10,(id, mml I n m wuiglitn. ;uo-isi Itio. JTOOI uirl ulioktl, IB.fiSflUMG, hiinryuvlKlll*, Slid Mil 111, Rootl mill clinli'ii, )3 ItCjf |0 ](; pnck- .111; HUWII, :T5-(00 MM liiKllum snrt gnoil JT.354PS.aE; nllkllKllltr pigs 100-1,10 lb». food anil i-lmlco IS.MiicU itc H--Upcolliln, {.Mil cillvtn, COO Tulty ^Leii'lv; I'luuinri trndqi on nil clnniii.ji: not nilli'll lut'f In mil. W'OlHllll' aU-nifl liiltiK tlti«-iitj Hilii^tlva llnn\li9 well cleittlfit Ip lor «'irh, nil K'ndun Ilitht onLllu lii iloitiittnl; Krnwiy AiM nliorl foil klrtiH picilDiiilnntttl lo- d«v nt di'Tl^iSo; tcu'iikl itrlnnn, Il.nsf nt f,a tft Vn lr«i than --Ipiir iiicJIIinl mi- unMiH, in-i-orilluK to jimitii: ilMif iliwl nlimit jrn Iniriy l«ji*. buuy brhln ^t 60 IU^OLIIH, l,,l- ,'n I, I'' IUHJIU'I 1 If, i«)i1]i,l« ivtul li'i", I ' until _iiVi'-! ·"· .'-.·""; ,f tin- Mint, ii'jp 1 No .. S'ici , IfTM 1 '«: ^ ovrc l H H 1 iC+ hUtt«, So · n, it, |j ^11 1^1 - No 3, s S'n. t «t(l.M(ii. THIfNIV *!» " JVftili. T l 1 (M*i So 3, IMP He : n tuf.i v f I'll 'd TIMI'VMV 1" If." ·· "ii rt.fvri! ii' ".»:i -r St, Louii Cash Grain t H\f l iLllfd (*|VM IVItl.A'f In full' 'li.rnliliil. I In ', t.lMli- tt V" i loi, f ii , lii til kiniin't, i j in :·· litittirr- N't t liuiil, (Hi V" S hiinl, ll'i'i Si. 1 hnfil 13. : Sn 4 tin id, 1»i' ."OftN In tc.i"t itHnnml, ', I" 1 ML-)I- «r; Si, I wlilltv. tl',1'. So J Khlti'. ttf. ( A t 4 Ui ifi.oil il ........ Hi '·, tii (.· lillltl ·r, Nn '! wltlii "» |L I 'f tn V ; N'» 1 wtillt 1* fiirnrml III led. 1" !"«» »" ' ' *iol»ftlllu!i liintw nml (till nn, »^ 10. mnlill IMi'l M. , m tl ri). riuo unit tiuii'. ifi. Hw Il|l|o p " (ll " K |IIM nmt |iiir, hnK pfLTM. , HltHKI- I'HI.'iM - Kteti- W«.l nsltn, !l!a (o tl t f i tnnll.ii ti'1l« lie to »0( lry I ook nt I0o l« l!c nlii-'nrllnKt ftl !5t to Coc; oll|i», ir.. b in''lii. Sii YniiK»lii tiiU-tinlH"! nt (no. No, 1 iln. «li(.rMinli«it_ nt 50c; i-lliipftl SL ISej ST.. J S ^ i l 1Ull* L \VAX -* At t^f por ^iimn St. Louis Hay nii'y^iuiil t'c-lliiif'ral-iwt' PlrfHK ni iirmall- hit- t«ilii uiHiw 'llmuili'--No. 1 *t ··". (.'. NIL 9 nt (IN lu til: clovrr tn 1 TM'--' -in. t nt * ! V to (42, NIP. I nt ill to tSf i-li,i·! No. t nt til to I" 1 , No. S nt tl, 111 ]*iJ' timltli* Nn l nt !I1 to $ti No j M tl i l" in: iiilnir«~iS"' t i» «li«i» nt ):i i" in: Hiniirtn'il n*. 1:1 to j:;, N ; ni tin lo l:!. SWra: TlmoMij- I tnp ti truili' nl 11, 1 'iir tin nl III. I rnr .So, nt lit. l cur ilo M »:0: plovfi'.uilicii-i. n so, 2 nt lid I 'ni iU nt :", i iwr imi rUwpi ninl imrt nlfnKLt nt 12:, PRODUCE LIVESTOCK Chicago Product Illli I iitlnt Ci.'tj i Ifitlt^ Mdtkpl M tulv i riN^Lii A41(l|f, fill* f t l H t 4 , lie fllllFH, runt rii.ii'ts, :; ( iJ1i'. i i.HnmSMi, nn(l« l'. ill '.i HI fri.1l m w s i f J3 *»IUi rwvl|.t f\1m Hrntit, ii ^ (j J *o, 4»»mi», .unfit 1 ,?, U n l n , I d s ' k , U|j,,.,inln i, Cincinnati Livestock (Ity Unittit J*rnt. l^Chm- 1,11^+ Inclunlni: U1JI illfoi^l: no ikrr luni* fnlily uctlvt, moptiy 3^o ]iti;l o tnimlly fiou lilsHcr: hunt itimtrntilo soo to j;o liw, nvii'ssu tintifl' in»-|jn llw. sun* I47|i.mi1y If.'^^riO: itn-lQn Lbu. 1? ^C^O.CO, \*l"njK-' 1.0001 i-nlviit ?00t fairly active My jvtr^ily on ntl HHIEIPJI tn hotwvrn ^tnE ·m-kf.i liivi"iiijil.i'». II .rvi ^ umotn nna Nmili I'nkntn' Itnl llhcr II tnif I In, Nrhinikn Ml" llliiint.h*. irl jo, Mnhi «[iikni niMctii *a 3S Minn*, nnit nirill^ltri Mln- tniKilv IS K 1 UMlw ,,1,t» lljtht v«iiiliiit« llinilllS: mo.t N low * 1 l,764tt 73^ tnlllc lou' rnttPi^i nmi W"t. l*ilt imlli fl'iw 10 ilown vcnlna vi-iiiv nt'-n'iv 10 $1 IIIWIT: itnoit nmi chukn li nifnllv in, mm" I lit* nnVI · t«u oitv choi«p lot" uii lo in; Itmr-r urnrte f-ofl ulun', 171 nornll^ fltonilx, hut. lAnil.fi tiin-itlv lltrn to. rDiiunqn JS.r.ottr* 'nt l»nn Ui 11. Pe.nia Livestock ( tty r^nttril PrcM 1 New York Produce til u I mint I'ifit i POI'A.U'Kri Mnttti'l rinn I.IIIK [si. i hi I I5.:iil'll," ]nr 1.II1U.1, J i, ri.ni. tl .HrJ K pot tiEmliiU Hilop; IMlnli^f Miiifcvr 'Mm Holl|]|111l IIHpVtl.tn. I* *'". ilc'llUI..'!! llflrL^lJl U C l l l l l l l O ,l(.|«..v l i i i l k u t . Sit It tit*. ntii:xii:ii 1'in I. Tin - Murii-r finu lilfHry^, .^^ 0 , iliU kim*. TS.'. fofl li. M t* Jlc, it LII t, 4, Un; td , rlil^k . t,i'l!tf tfll. ·ml. ITtr.'oi l.hn t'oulln Jlnrki't fluu. ifftr. Kill;.', ihn x« iitfid: ("iv I » IH no-urn t',\'rrr.t:- (IS rtown. Mmkn -ti.di i-lt'H « · ninrtii i ti' 1 * n IU l--.(Ki, Miirliiil «ltln (li m, ro tilti. rmn b ^, rif»h (tm Miiln t4 n *(*L , :: if : St, Louit Produce Mills In llvht »it|i[ili, lull il mi mi 'I i"i) fiiir, Mltwiiri. N t tii Kccit r»»i~i Jif. .MIOHlIrl ·tHHilBM" IICK rillliifl J(ti', !!!· rlnwlfinl (InclinUiiE inHW, im tu 5i'oi »H» not 111 Phlwlii* ontir IB IPM; CA«W fttiirnnl to lw t , lll"ITK(i-- dumc UtAtlilf'" ilm'tltfluit I" Iho nirilluiil ii tu fie", I't.nhKili 1 pMllin HI tee, ntiMiiUrilK ni J*c, flritiit nt 3)i'. ""'· cmitK ui SJ, .So. t l'ni'klii« iitiiV, ni I'll!, Ko. 3 «t leu to t:i-- du i»v t.r illuv Imt. I'lU't.TliV -- lli'iia «il'l «|t(tn«t In Indianapolis Livestock H*v I'nitmt JYfSft.i ItlViM-- IfK-wilit*. r.AO^E hoLilo^nrN nuultet ifiPiii-l'Allv 1tf hlfhrr. HO'SO Mil UK iiwiitlV I'lS'tn- 110-1(0 Iln! S n; iso-lia Iln ti liuKt 1C; nichlnt) noun I'.Vnl.M *ltrf^1tn ^ 5 0 : cnlvt-i JfiOO; nmr- kM f\,ft ttnih n^ttUullptf T #lie «tark llitk^ inr.it ami l.otitr: linlfpT-i montly uhi]«t 110; Ifiw Cllllrlli Ull't CntE^n I; ftij'j? 1,00; VfnU 4T* AtfHIIIK HI $lt iklSIII. Kooit nnrt i-li'MN tw#fl nnt .HBO' Mli-kH luiwllv (T'i iloisn to Ji*. nmt I^KM, Ininht, M tlirowoiUa mn ply . nmi itvninlnl milliifni:(ir.v tvr . ivitntlio I'mitprtliili or So. : iMi'lionn nnil nillH. l'V«in, lltttit, Hi-: funM (mvf ( , unit trpingtviiii). Hi-, hmtitr* (3 r"t"i'l» uf )^»i. :ic: hiuiiTiK, iTttlwrnt*. IS petunia imi UTi4*r, Ko; Lrotlcr* (iMipUntka), t!t: ihtclt^iiii. 00 ti I So: tllrXfyn, voimv. pniinon nmi iiv, itii tiirkryN, JIMIIIK mini ill 1 ! ^« s inrMti'. 15o; din'titt. ulit, iuii « j ;j; Mlirlna ilurkn (l |ounl* mut .ovrvi. t4it: "intiiK rtucti* (jtmnll unit ilnrK). He; qof»'. uoi fid inilor**. I'IT ituitM, t.l.t": n|itlii|- ciTlrie iiiincnn. '! -11111111. ftr rtoteti. tl.:'. VNA1.M -- Owl'ii. 11.1 to ITP iwniuli IS^ii 1 : ITS iH'iinilH nmi m, He tu 15?: riunli i-onrn., uni.tftil unilcrwi'lKliI, fit 1 ., not Hunt. nl «inl «nliihl" nlity Hi rtidlli rHllftliill'i M**V *·· tliln »lw*|i ''' tpr fuimil, wii'kii :u llm. Cast St. Lows Livestock i Hit l.'nKnil Ciojj t HO(M -- rtci-dlptH. T,fnO; murk ot f*irl m tlvt., to w Joo tiljrticr, tilvn mul itow ·trutiit t« id' tileiipr, tufit ITO to ;s lioiinitu. *10,0l*(tll) I0i (ow Jiinolt lirt* iiojc j;- v.' too (loiniitu, if, :r. (r( so. ic to nn ;.ouiuK In Jgui».jj. tink ton* t, SOW Oil, t*ATTI.K- Ufi-nlpL*. t.tOlt; inUoHtd " ffli'ld "Oil; in III- lift. v!H mnkf n tnnrli(it: , . t u t mlwl ycnrUnuB und holti'ts, tl toaj mill ll other toil, I-!«BJI«H to iipd! , rtiuwc* tuu SOMCO to war- or jt-". ;.(((; mnrkot bti1n. IndL^fitlanH no .lTMd Y: imktnir tt,(«tf1T(i tor mom on tlvu Ininlmr fix -wi-« nntuMo ut t:.6ufl'a.0o Inhitui IV pouniU ilon-n, uooct niul uiiolcv. (ii.Tlfl'S.OC! iiioilliini, M.TSVX.n; nit ivl»liln iriniiKin H.:f'ftC If.. MBT«, do to ltd imh!il* itouii. iiH'iiiiitu to riioirc, t: (in ; ull iu]l niul , 11.00 ChkaRO Livestock Ittu tlnttnt Prcu.l VIS--rtwvlpiji. 1(1.0011, ItirUiilIni; 4.00D t ' nclh'o, l£TP?Eo lilfilu.fi IOM Mn.tr: Hn-iiii itp» wpiahH, in.i;wl« L*: iiltn ·iff.jJi; imrijiiic «j«^, }; no -ti f nil: Unlit MH. i"vr-(r7P; iittit MH)IHI mfi-uo K0it UHl l llntn, Ill.2£^rD L Q-n; Hjjdt tin t'orpn .,.. 3G *M, tin tlnn Unii'vu 3Ji t U ft litihrr ... 1«'» U S Htofl ...,lta% IJtlt P * L A 31"! V 'w ' Wir Hru* I'lu 13 w w \seu, wont Air Bk 3*li Wilt Eloc , ,133ij "IVIllytl Ov . , SI, WooTwonh I- 1 W ItC We rill I'unip (8% V Ibs ItM J E : 4 111 1-ltl E n'4 STOCKS FAIL TO MAINTAIN GAINS IN DULL SESSION Whole List Turns Downward At Close, Wiping Out Early Advances RADIO DROPS SHARPLY (ByVntlei Frist.) NEW YORK, Oct. 3--Rallying tendencies were resumed on the Stock Exchange Friday with Intermittent periods of selling until neav tho closen when the whole list turned down and a large part of tho earlier gains were wiped out. Renewed weakness In Radio Cor* poratlon which dropped sharply from Its high of tho day of SB was a big factor In the late selling. Trading was relatively quiet all day, oven In the last few minutes when selling was bolter than buying, Leaden Moke rrogrens Leading Industrials made good progress. Steel rose to a high of 1*01, where It was 21 points above the previous close and other high grade stocks rose 1 to 3 points. Special Issues gained 03 much as 7 much as points In tho case of Allied Chemical, Other strong spots Included National Biscuit, Gillette, International Harvester, Case, General Electric and A. M. Byers. Oil stocks were In good demand moat of the day. A "wide open break In Southern Railway Tvhlch sent tt to new Jow ground since IMS unsettled the rails tor a time, but they rallied late In the day. It was rumored the J8 dividend on Southern would be te- dueed. New York Harlem sourc'l 19 points In "Die Inactive Issues, Grain* IUm» Sharply Grains rose sharply. Wheat futures were ii] 2) to St cents a bushel at their highs and at the close they were !own only a fraction. Corn closed up IS to li cents; oats up 1 to 11 cents; rye 2 to 2} cents. Winnipeg wheat gained 2( to 21 cents for the day. FORMER CLINTON WOMAN ^DIES IN WEST (Special to The Herald) CLINTON, Oct 3-- Mlos Henrietta Jackson, 50, former cllnton resident, died Wednesday evonlng lit her home In San Francisco, Cal.. according to word rfloolved hero Thursday by Mr. and Mri. H. S, Macon, Mlas Jackson was born In Kermey on Sept. 13, 1890, the daughter of tho late Mr. and Mrs. J. R Jackson, prominent DeWItt county resldonU. She had lived In California for the last 28 year* Mlw Jackson leaves on* brother, J. Rlley Jackson of LOB Angeles, Cat., a half brother, Albert Jackson of Oklahoma. Funeral services and burial will h« made Saturday afternoon In San rnttln unit MTMIIU; I l l 9ft; nOO-NI Oil*, " nil PhniTM 5lt.lH4Hi:E: 0011.11(10 IhB, ,,,,,,. IK»1 i-linldi tlOGIHllI Siii IISS-HOO lliti ROOM ·ml iimira 59 (Hit-ill::(; noii-tiM iiw. Km ni nmt ^iKTSfn H TliV 12 ftu; ItOO-tlOO Ibn, corn- mnn Kurt niiHiimn jut nofjitn on: ti^hr*. E!io. WGO ll)i, RO'1'1 and eUoIrm, 310 ni($ 12 7B ciun- mon mid mviiimu, ts,7C^ id cu cow* nootl nnil cliiMCfl IG £fii|pN,Orti fvuumoii anil medium, tl Mip so, luiv iiiTtet nnil CUIKT lJ.OOflll.lii t'UlH (/uirlltUM i-Mlliiteifl Ktt ml i\ni[ rltuir,. (bin'f) 5,1 "Iftfi.Tu: ciittur to iiKitlum $1 73 !!!·(; vink'iB (luill: [oi ,TMin tuiil clioiro Mt.dOirHJfiO. mndiiim JJI.Di)^ u,OQ: uiiU anil iximinon, $ 7 Q ^ 0 i G O : Aiock- dr null i«vH|i r 4*nUlnt HI..HTX. eo. [060 ]b fl TMt uml .cjjkiij^i: !5if (,i)(; common ri:nl SMl'I]]! 1 --HertllH'i. It! 005: Tut Ntaan niltl liiuilis ntroiiK to I6o tiltLlii't luill; fut i.n- UVM, )7 53 iff ( S O ; riixiilr HIIUKI rniwoE'i lo utiliiiitr-i inn tiitlt C i . ' i f i J G - f»i latiEu i-vttx jj.su nun nimrr, hulk )i.iin(p,i nil- (cnillns InmhH nil unit hulk )« 3S4J7.0B. Ininlin 00 Iln, rlnwn i;onil nmi tliolcn j? oori S J t : hH[ltLmi, Jit.ooifI on; mi ^vtLjfhtu enm- nitjrl J4 "i!tfl (JO; iwci, ((i. IM 1li» tnFillinn 1,1 (italic., M Ilium J.16: nil wclftlui run mm enm . mnn *1 off, : r,li; f«i.,i| IU t MtnliH i!0.7! Iln (rood m 1.1 iimiM |n so[j;.;5, Springfield Li vest tick (111/ t'nllnt I'ti ei I . (IIBllll, Illtlltl, (I tOlii ) TO m«- j IliiAV !«, tl 7CltllO 00 . itoitit/ lit in eg tn|i Prices of Grains In Deoatur Markets Advance Grain prices on the Decntur market advanced Friday, Wheat, white and yellow corn, and oats wont up on» cent New corn advance^ two cents, closing at 67 cents. Buttorfat dropped one cent. Prices offered by tho Decatur dealers wore- in tllT RT'IIK I'lriftliir fp. NuWj Tlo 3 fotl or hunl ivlipKt, ,... -Vo. S yullow rdrn, JO iluyn No, 9 wlittu i'«ii, 10 tlfija Mow ffo. \ wJlltn Of talluvf corcli. Totinv hpVi ll«i.vjr Chfilet tlttn* lltr Iwvror PneUhi» II 07 .n soot :r, in M.tOJtS 0" rom, I ttT Ullll'T 1', Un , . . . ^ , P:JI cvor 4i Ifcii .... . 11 no t,f 1 nt, ,t OO^IO.EXI Om Too Oucln . nrl»ht Qoone ,, . !»» *. Wiilllnt. tne.) medium *ool , ....... ' Hurry lnr«i hlrtim, Urn Him Itlrti'ii .... Olirqfl hftff tll'lfjl * Ourcd onlf h Idea Clfoiui enlf iildtn r.iiin hi,iti l-tttn b«f hltini Itennoiy en r llfltB . + . , . , , , , * .1C 01 .0* .01 .01 .Uli *.JIr Ho; Markets Continue Active and Range Upward CHICAGO," Oct' 3--nog niorkats contltinad active Friday, with prlca» gon«rnlly highor. However, there warn individual points that showed weakness, Receipts wore norms] or balow, Chicago was octlva and IB to 25c higher. The market topped tit $10,15 with the bulk on 1BO to 310 pound weights $9.85 to $10,10, Put*. burgh was steady to lOo lower. East Buffalo waa active to all Interests and mostly JOo higher. Cincinnati wttw fairly active and mostly We higher on butchers 300 poiinda and up with Hghtor weights IS to mostly We higher nnd packing sows atoady. Totals were 23,039 as follows: Chicago 15,000; Pittsburgh 1,800: East Buffalo 2,100; Cincinnati 4,158. Cattle markets Again were alow DESERT TRIBE FREES YOUNG SON OF SHEIK {By r/nftttl i*rrts,) BAB AT, Morocco -- During 15 months tlte rebel, warlike desert tribe Alt Chokmanea. kept prisoner In a mud-walled dungeon the four years old eon ot the Sheik 81 Larbl ol Zaharl cl Amlrl until they re- loused him a few days ago. The child had boon kidnaped bt cause (if his fathoi'3 friendship, along with his tribesmen, with thfi French authorities In Morocco. Liberation of tho boy follows tic- fjotlations over several months) carried out by a trllxil leader friendly to both parties, the Sheik SI All. The boy was formally turned over to Commandant Blanc, In command of the Benl Meltal region. TENNESSEE~ROSES~ MAKE QUICK GROWTH U'ii ) itilnl Fi i 'i FAYKTl'EVtLLE, T«nn -- Roses bloom uiff ftom plants raised from seed planted In April were re port PC early in July by Mrs, D, M, Goodner of Payettevllle. Tho need was from tl dwarf rose, und the plants grew only a few Inches before buds ant! blooms appeared. EMMERSON~SEts"ASIDE FIRE PRVENTION WEEK (Hu I/Hi foil SPRINGFIELD-- of life from burns totaled 411 and property dam ago from fire was $24,000,000 Inn' year according to figures contained in a proclamation Issued here tvj Governor L. I* Emmerson, In which lift designated the week of October · 11 as State Fire Prevention week, NOBLE RANK BANDIT DRAWS 19 YEARS ON FEDERAL CHARGE (Special!* The Herald) OLNET. Oct. 9--Clint William*, one of the trio of Noble bank bandits, wai sentenced Thursday In federal court ID Danville to 10 y«an In the Leavenworth penitentiary for violation of the Dyer act. One of the other two, Francis Bummleu, WM sentenced last we«k on the some charge to IB years In the Deavenworth penitentiary. Casey Visitors Leave for Home in Florida CASEY -- Mr. and Mrs, John C, Wisely departed Monday by automobile for their home In West Palm Beach, Pla., after a several weehi' visit hero with her parents. Mr, and Mrs. William L, Orndorfl. John P, William* returned Monday from a two waoke' visit In Mobrldgi\ . p., with his cousin, Frank Goodman. Mr, and Mrs. Bert A. and her daughter. Ml us Crescent Lawla of Freemont, Mich., have arrived to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Moorhcatl und his parents, Mr, and Mrs, S. A. McGln- nean. Mrs, Crystal Bcabout ra turned Tuesday from an over ?un)ay visit In Battle Creek, Mich., with Mrs, Jerry Tom pie ton. Mrs, Elma Price, Mr*. W. S, ISni- i-jch and Mrs, William Beahotit of the local W. C. T. U. have gone la Ed ward sv I lie to attend Ihn con volition In session tliere. Mrs. Ivan Carpenter and daughter MurioHe have returned from a 10. cent visit with her sister, Mr.i. M, Squires and family Kuti In Wichita, Villa Grove Society Plans Card Series VILLA GROVE--Mrs, p. J Clo- mcnU, president of the Altar society of the Sacred Heart church called u business meeting of the members Wednesday afternoon tn tho churcli. Plans were made for a series of card parties to be given in tho church basement, beginning Monday evening, Oct. 13. A report of $325 realized from the recent chicken supper and fair wua made. Dr. R. W. Taylor returned home Thursday afternoon from Princeton, Ind, where lie had been called by the serloui Illness of hl;i brother, James Taylor. Mr. and Mrs, George CoiUn, of Mt, Ayr, Ind,, arc visiting the latter'a slater, Mrs. H. A. Slusser and family this week. Another guest In the Sluuer home 1* John Nichols of Panama, Cal, Mrs M. Henry and daughter, Mrs, Frank Fonwlck and daughter, Joan, are visiting this week with their son and brother, Bernard Henry and wife In Chicago, Woman 103 Years Old Bobs Hair For Style LUND, Sweden--A hundred and three yearn old flappor with bobbed hair la "Mother" Kama Aim, the widow of a Swedish soldier, who Is enjoying her life at the Veberod home for aged, near Colonel A Lindbergh'! ancestral home, In spite of her years she keeps abreast with the styled of the times and recently had her silvery tresses shorn and umartly bobbed. She can read without glassed, her hearing h unimpaired and (ho enjoys her daily walk. Her memory also serves her well and ahe likes to slnp the old love of the days when her late husband courted hor. "Mother" Kama refuses to consider 103 on an advanced age anB expects to live for many more years, D1SATII FOLLOWS VISIT KENOSHA, Wis.--Death came to Charles Deppe here Just a few days after he had fulfilled a lifelong ambition, visiting with relatives In Germany. Deppe returned 'from Germany a few days ago after celebrating his 70th birthday In the fatherland. Sudden lines ended with his death, ' and steady with price changes of little Importance, Receipts were very moderate. Chicago vros strong to 15c higher on fat aheap and lambs with feeding lambs strong. Closely sorted rangers went to shippers at $8.3G, Pittsburgh fat lamtia were 2!c higher. East Buffalo Iambs were barely active and eUady. Cincinnati was alow and generally steady. Chicago 19,000] Pittsburgh 600; Bast Buffalo 2,000; Cincinnati 00; total 18,100. -4- TREASURY BALANCE (9|* Vnittt Prat.) WASHINGTON, Oct. 3-The treea- ury net balance on Oct, l was fe,- 833.12, Expenditures for the same day were *T,ffl5,I9B.-t- and customs receipts for the month to that date were »1,MI,552J3, Altamont Child Taken to Effingham Hospital EFFINGHAM--The nine year* old daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Miles Mills, of AHamont, was brought To tho St. Anthony'u hospital In this city on Tuesday for care and treatment She li suffering from an Infection on hor tipper lip, which has proven to be serious. Mrs. Barbara Konrad of Slget was brought to the St. Anthony's hospital Tuesday afternoon for care and treatment. She hog been 111 for some time, Mr and Mrs. Albert Largent of this «lty, who for some time have been living In the Fred Vano property on Rlchland avenue, recently moved to Altamont to make their home. Mr. Largent Is employed with a signal gang on the Pennsylvania railroad In that city. CASEY P. T. A. HOLDS RUST FALL MEETING CASEY -- Tho Roosevelt Parent- Teacher association held It* first fall meeting Tuesday afternoon In th» school auditorium. Talks were made by Supt. C. E, Price on "The School's Responsibility for Safety;" Mri, Lewis E. Hayes on The Parents' Responsibility for Safety:" Miss Emma Kelly of Chicago, former primary teacher here, A safety play was given by the pupils of the second grade of the Roosevelt school under the direction of their teacher, Miss Helen Squlru. Bert T. Brewer gave the treasurer's report and Mrs. Ralph M. Brooks gave * report of the kindergarten. Committees on programs, membership, publicity and hospitality wen named by the pnildetit, Mrs. James Alklre. $1600,00 Cuh Will Bur Tim Marietta Golf Court* One ol Decatir't . Mn»t Swwwfu! Tillnlktnn Unit dmnm Ltmtrtl *l N, Wftlrr tni Mtrltltn Mi, CHANGSHA CITY OF FIREWORKS Scene of Recent Bandit Raidi Capital of rlffly Hunan WASHINGTON, D. C.-ChVngeha, China, reported captured by Com- munUt form, la described in a but* letln from the Washington, D, C, headquarters of the National Geographic Society as follow*: 'Changsha la a city of firework*, literally and figuratively. The Fourth of July firecracker* used by the American small boy before the "Safe and Sane Fourth" WM so widely enforced wore Imported heavily from Changsha. The city long wan a focal point for operation* between the northern and southern armies, «»pe- dally In 1823 when It was · scene of the long delayed meeting of the two units, Capital of Hilly Humn "The city ie the capital of the tllly province of Hunan, Important lacause it contains enormous coal 'leld*, many unworked, and because n It, to the north of Chongsh*, li the huge Uhe, Tung-ting hu, which acts as a reservoir for the Yangtxe flood*. Among Changtha'i most tntereit- ing sights are the wheelbarrow* that climb stairs. Some distance ahead of ho,regulation wheel there IB another smaller one. In climbing over flag- OECATURHERALD ·VWINO AND ·«·»*· at IM uorteinM la U MMB4 (IM* ·WlUfc ttmM ttrnt M n* Alt** UmM urn* 111* Ane«tM*d ft**. ·tUttCHIPTIcm HltCKt Bf nail !· tumult 0* tmt reutce I* Dt**ttw rae r«ar (tit u)r*nc*i I* IUk»U ·utild* ef DwMie t»r» on tear 1n a4nDN) ...... l.M ·n MMI«II* »· . ·n MMI«II* »· *)**»· .,, ......... t ?Ar*e «Mh* ·· aittww* ......... . Lit OM month IN Mtum ........ ..... .H On* ........ ..... By «arrl*r drilvtry Hi Btratur ani) tnwm. II HIM otr OuiMfl* ft llllntle IB MVMIC* .............. |Mt moKtht hi «»imn** ............. ftifw month* I* tdvurt , ( ........ |.j| · month In hlvMiM ,,·,.»·,,.,,, ,f| fttratn tnumrtm ,, ............. ilt.H T»« AlHKlklHl PIN* I* t»IUlV*1f ». I thlil It Hi* IH* ot rtfiiiMlrcttMi ol ·)) ·«w* iltfttrrm ertatitti t» N, *r not ·UitrwlM MWItttfl In till* Btp*r, tr *· el) I'M*! EFFINCHAM PETIT JURORSARE NAMED EFFINCHAM--The pelit Jury for the October term of the Efringham ajwty circuit court, which convene* 1'ere on Oct 10, wan drawn tile tint of thf week as follows: Wwt township, Roland Hetli; Mound, Oearge Zacha, Albert Schulu Fisntie Blakely, Sam Yegow; Hoc ciiHln, C. N, Oliver; Liberty, Harry Wright; and Wilson Conner; MMJII Oil I* Campbell and Leslie Jones; jack ton, Frank Pulton; Summit, Kenneth Stonestreet, John Oold*tein And Albert Van A lit; Banner, OUi L*ue; Union, Frank Lewis; Watson,' Krvln Chealum and Henry While; Povgtaa, Henry Everyman, Joseph Ruitkln, John Rhodes, Joseph inn, one brother, WllUtm A, ITU,. ·M « San Diego two ' Jamii A. Black ot Cal., and Mrs. Alke li PUBLIC NOTICE' --·-»···*.··..· .x.,1 PEReONALft K S^^,/E.-E^^^; EMPU Clifford Kelly, Robert Clark and J. XV. Noot; Teutopolls, Franz Brum1'ivu: Lucu, Fred Adams and L. O. Dunn; Bishop, John Stefkcn; St. SISTER OF MATTOON WOMAN DIES IN WEST John In San Diego, Cal., of hotnl trouble, Mrs. Poaraou was born In Cumberland county, Illinois, In IffiD, nnd when a child wan brought V Mat- loon by Jwr parents. In 1881 ^)n w»» married to John Pccraon, who waa employed us pumper nt the o'tl Bid Four renen'olr. In 1900 thty mwad to Kan Diego. Three yearn ago, Mrs, Pearson and her husband came IP Klaltoon for u vi.iit with fcla- tlvos fof ?omo time. She letivts be- nidcs her husband, ten children, 14 grandchildren, four great nrandchll- IIUtCB PIIONKi stone utepij or bridges, the bandl* of ht wheelbarrow are lowered unlll the auxiliary wheel rlin abov« Ui* next, higher §t*p. Then the wheel-, barrow, which often carrle* 300 or j FroTiCiE, John Gocbtl, Jr. 400 poundi, nut-laws from wheel to wheel until the next level atrotch of the flae*tonc» la attained, Tn Hunan, the necromancer hts exerted much power and Cbangiha wan BO well protected by the lucky It wad 1 whkh formerly wao thought a profanation for the 'foreign devil' to cnt«r. In 1010, ther« were serious riots, mainly directed against the growing commercial power of foreign firrm* but the disturbance also had Its astronomical accompaniment*, for It wan the (in- p roach of Hallcy's comet which touched off the explosion, "Today Chaiigbha U closely United with N»w Haven, Conn., for there IN, unt outelde the rapidly disappearing wall, In which tha Itilmbltanln once .ook great prld«, one of the bout known rn IMS Ion schools In China, which Is Y tile's con tt I bat Ion to the education of Hi» Chinese who cannot come to America, Vrovlnec- Him Cokl Bed* "A largo jmrt of Hunitn Is an un- workcd field of anthracite und bituminous con) and at Plnghslanp,, whlcli h connected witli Clmngnhti by railroad, there is on« of the mines' which furnishes fuel for tho groat ron works at Hanyang. "Among the greut m«n w)io' bnvc been atnaiiR Chflngflha's chief products the moat famous wag Oeneral ;, Kuo Fan, whose co-operation with 'Chinese Gordon* wan largely nstrtimental In pulling down the Talpln? rebellion. General Tseng not only a soldier and ntat«». men but ft Jiternry man aa well and bin collected works of 150 book* were edited by LI Hung Chang. "ChonRstm lien on a projected line of railway between Pelptnp; and Canon: and trains have already competed with tha llghtdrnft ilcamera which make tlto 220 mlla trip from Hankow. With about 500,000 Inhab* tanta, it rules a provlnee of 22 mil- Ion and it one of the cleanest cltica n China, "Many of the street* are long and straight and at one time the city It*" was divided between two mugtf! irocles. The bazari are full of life and Intercut, nome of the candles be- ng famous for nil Its arotmd. "The Episcopal Mi its! on has a live Boy Scout troop and the visitor -who watched tent-pegging, fire rescue, itretcher making and other Boy !oout activities would marvel at China's quick changes. For until ,ftcr the Boxer trouble, Hunan's capita] excluded the dread foreigner "rom Us walia whose brick battlements, rising above the alto of a former wall constructed In 203 B. C., were themselves built while Shakespear o was alive." . «*·* i Its* «Mh ·«»( UUldtM. It* N. Pabtix Fint Anniotriary ani WIIK ocmn ·»-·" _ _ MAN !· W HI '« ·" L I N C O L N G O A L Fill Your Bins Now! North Piae Coal Co. M. Finn rbone S-18M FARMERS! --Brlbjr your Vhlehenn *nd Eer» to u». C«»h prtoei, heneit weight. 140 per cent Bquore deal. Arthur'* Produce Co, 224 Nortii Ond St Phone tT3T Place Your Order For COAL With Alto PotHry art Mill Peril At Mtrket Prices DEGATUR FLOUR ft FEEBCO. 628 North M«an St. Phone 7S94 4131 HOVIWO--PAOKI.N Mmt riTMinAnojj Fireproof Warehouse SKATING-COUSEUM Cblldr«n'i M*UmM SHurduv AdmlMton lOc SksbM ito TWO SESSIONS DADUV % to I! T:»l to 11 Fre* lufracUm U DECATUR Poultry Co. 436W*bwl»Av«, WhotcMle and RtUil POULTRY ft EfiQS PRICES PAID PhoiM 2-795$ W« Deliver ALHAMBRA DONT HISS THIS GREAT SHOW Cairns Bros, Players Prentnt John Colden'i Great Sutt'O** "THE FIRST YEW By Frank Cravrit A Show for All the Family NI*M* KM SeftU ·! Wo Balance »t Me. CbUdrrn I«t. B«Mna Veur fietO* tor * · (Shorn romance f .venial day'* dreiun, .^morrow's hopis. j( Lt a jcy t)i«i may '/,' »i«vi»i- comi' , . , . ··lotjili nmi nttirs . and dow li In J nchc and memory . It i« )ni woman'* 1'ivo llfi |ilnjfl bv ill' 1 \v"irt in innilc for tin- GRETA GARBO tn *fn A',..;. M '). M 1.1 [frill,/ fitimjik "ROMANCE" H'lih LEWIS STONK OAVIN «01UON AM«I Ml linn llulh In ''Hv« I hi. liny frlfi Atnk h WyAf in ITAVIMi ~lwT- Hi MHI*M jei-Wi-- Ntsi-i · AtTlMMAS « »l llnoli »MI sttw rm-tui^r or ««« tifM"*" ·"'' ';· ttol* In Korlhti rkijhintMl'in^ 0 |1 roltr'ni-H llrtt L 0»., !K W. Ith : A SPE «»l»m»n wen ni*4 con^frn. 1 Bi»rthnni)l»lnf, * Muwl an «n «d tvMctlcnlljr rtlml You r't » FAVO In tviry tiom*. A It it o»n n* piv, ]f«l 110,00 Cull frltve « Wiltr St. MR Kl ·IT'JATIONJ V «· hoti C» hoi BOARD WAKTBO-- ( or * ATTtlACTIVR ron domd if rtinlrn1 _** w William. IN-- Nl«). lllihlfrrn rttidrtmi lint, t-ilil. DNOATVH. w , 1:1 Mm u H. K. i MONIIOE, K, in . ml '" ' '" i.»U'tK front . K., m-- mil roan, tt. MAIR, tt, Jt»^( v«u b»th. on WAIN-, tt) ., J?."iM! *», I'M* lit rn, AVON TODAY AND 8ATVKDAV Wamtr Ohnd, Jewi Artfaw, O. R HeMM md Neil tfamifton hi "The Return ot Dr. FuManchu" ALT. TAUONQ COMEDV HETBO 9OVND NEWS Shell Shocked By · Kin.! Buster thn shanghaied patriot, miking the world naf* f o r democracy a n d hilarious comedy! All Talking, All Banging, All Booming! BUSTER KEATON 'Dough Boy** An M. O. jTlKufltWr * »M*f wild CUFF EDWARDS »l hi lint wn(t _y«4«, _ _ ooiir\v, ndi^i lutvn* mo.turn roriiid. o»r»iti "S»T BIDS-- tri r"*ijn, ni ivatv *'JTRACT1VB i , 'jLf«|l»l»«d ffliTrt ^"2K» unct unt N. ll ^·JHSTTT; W*Um h, r . rt 1 f-SPJ .··"II*. h n^rwTwTr 2J*J kpumkwt J22!U llMl| n« fcl JS* Bt - 'CT J^Mi^' s^i "S^CKTKT t .fe-r,,r iWSPAPfcRI

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