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12 DECATUR HERALD MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 20, 1930. DECATUR HERALD iM WHEAT CLOSES HIGHER AFTER 1 LIGHT SESSION Winnipeg Market G i v e s Grains Here Firm Undertone » LOCAITRADINC , CHICAGO, Oct. 20 -- Advancing ·tetdlly In o light tr«lo, whoul cloBetl uhurply higher on tho Bourtl «f Trade Monday dwtplto profit tnk li)f enl«s from time to tlmo. The strength utnouJ, at Winnipeg and in tho a Look rnarkot gavti wheat firm undertone. The (Ofociud for another cold wnvo WUH imrtly ro (ponitSblo for Wltitil|)OK'» »trcnntli Corn wtin slrotiK with wliout and on the light rocoipts. Onls wnro ftini with the mtijoc Ki'iitiii* At tho close whom was U to higher, corn wuu 1) to 2u lilghor atid outs wore 1 to to hlh'hur, lonu -worti unevenly steady Liverpool Tlji Liverpool ontlntifJi to during lh« Into timllnjt nnd rlomul 11 to IJr higher The strength cume trom tho dhorlnffo or pruln (louver nblo on contract* nsi the Rusulo wheat IH not ton do rub In. UiionrH Atroi wii* 'J to «c hlfthor Jvwl hi)(oiT noon. noxtilp In tho ilt wrw 1 iew It n little. TiwHtiX was lltfht ami mostly of u lo«nl ehuruoter CftBh ptlcuji WCLI i to lu hlttltor Rtf- relpfcf woio 12 oars Corn tfotuw iuln Corn reno with wliodt find ImM Its ((·in» at mld-WMXlon, bollix i to Ic higher, RocelpH wuro sniitllpr tlwn tho trfwlo hiwl uxportod and tho Im- firemilon piavalloil that tho onrty ntftrt dt cold wenthor WH itn extru Mtrtiln on thn »Iiort corn rrop. Cnwh ]rlron were i to lie hlphor. ftucnlpt* woro 1(H cors. Oftta woro firm with other sralnit »t tho aturt. Support eiumi lurftuly from eomnnln«!on hctinot) with much tt tho idltlntr by lnc»l» At mid- mornlnjt tho mmltol wtu holding minor Knlnn Cnult priori woi'O tin- to ic higher. Rpcwipts wots . At tho opening whotit was 1 to lc higher, com wim Ic lower to lo hlfiher and outw wuro unrl«m(!di to Ic higher Piovttlmui wiro uttmdy, Local corn built) mfttntuln tho post tlon that nhoit *al(m me dtinf«r- OIIM hut tho wilaUlo ili-mMWI to follow Tho oxpOf-ti-iHucf case In tho movement of now coin ru- tfinlt thd market. Tho clirnr cohl vYoathor In fnvorubld (or laiger of 1 f*rlnj(s (rotn tlto oountry Outsklo Intercut In out* rma 1n ' riMiiiiMl with the ei-KI woathnr but the market l« holding to a narrow ranfto (W hull* wool soiling OJ" we- J,]H awl northwiistei n houses, though the cash IntoroatM mtpporl tho mark- nt on CASH GRAIN ·nil ! j.lliw So * nilm TM I (!AT«--'J» Peoria Cnih Grain ((lu t'nltfil J'rMi t I h i i lilnlur ..... LI"' iw i t r r . i l ' i i N i v lml 7(0 urnm-l' will* '»', IW. *«14 Toledo Ca«h Se«da (I'w t/ntifll (·««» KH- l"nir«li I ...... ' '*' "W 11* liflnt" '* ...... n»w \r.n'iKH t'«»ii 114; Mntili, lit to 1IAY- Tlnnilliy Ghicngo Cn»h Gir«in Illy I'llKirt I'lff t iVI-*" Wl«" liH'ltr I Ni I ·"" M. (, IMI'.I'. NIP ^ NIP. 8. 110 ·).·. ,·!· «.. !. i n t t u j ' n "". (nniv) 1**f"»»i . ''·' ( ni,«i, Ini ;n', . N.. 1 viili.n »r,Mijt."»j, i Hiiinni"'. »; a. '· Si |1 »W |11 *t"! N " t i N - f j u ; , ! , N" i. *. " l ' » f J l ' H i l N" .So , int., .i ST'.IH . Nu n , NCI I. PVfr, No. S i ' i i (il in ' (Vn -1, ,ir^*f i .r nvi:- M« i sv I t A l t l ' l ' V -- IIKf Sll T I M i r t l l Y - I N !.»r« fn CHICAGO FUTURE MARKETS (Bt JAMBS C HBNNBT1 * 1X1.) Open High Low Ctwo Dot 18 Yr.Agfl Whoftt: Doc, Mar. Way 77J-- 7B 82-81! 84i-- J 70J 831 85i 771 81! 831 791-- i 83i-- 88 845-- 8S 771--1 1271 81i-I 1SB 831--10381 torn: D«e. Mar, 771--17 781 81!--! 70 80J 83S 701 78» 811 78!-- 1 801--1 77i-- 1 781 96} 811--1 981 Dec, Mar. May 381 301 371 m 301 38* 30X 3BJ-- 37 38! 30! 38ft 301 Rye: Dec. Mttr, Mny 481 62K 54 4m B31 481 021 61 491 153i 541 484 621 971 1901 111 NEW YORK STOCK LIST Mon . \0*v Air m l 1 , M(« Allla ( linl Mnn Cim i"i l i n \ Am ("HP A fiiv .in', Am * hi* i'w n A n m l*w lyi Am llnil * fit M SS Am it',1 Mill 1»| ftm sin A Mn( * ] Am stl [ituinil *1 Alrt Hllft lU't ,, 41 Am T * T HIS" Am I ill It U l Ann i "| M (Vi "' » 'i 1 * H 1 1 , iii I ' IT Hi it «« jou 11 tiiUilwIn f tit [ II * C Ituiilli AMI Anin T ^ It, Mi ttt'M lILIn I t l nun t Cj-fii A M C! i nl A ,\i u . Mit I h y ..... inn J I 1,'or l)« i; ,i ii ...... I t , IV , . C M at i 4 nil) it « N W I'luyjt Cor . Colo t' * t rokuniMu tlni CVl Craiili t,onx t Sou i'utu linn ,, Cnntl fun K - ' j r", Co -If t 1 rMip pi*. Nvtit · I'.lm V ft L I,rln It U ,, K US J 1 '^ T1 ^ 4Vi or '.t ·JOT. II. 1'tti Him A ss ·tow Hull MlrtP (lull 1'timlH . . fminitii «t,)l(l Ullrtt : rlnnilrti-h U t 1 llilyr T A a itoimloii Oil irnwyi yiiuml ,, . Hudson W l r · : Ittirp M L, Curii 1 I n ill mi Hut In Com Uip| t ittt IIIM ·iiU il'l Jd'i M Mntli AlUnll . Miuk Tiii(l(» · MIL) ( TM L'ct Muilt} ^ mil H NnKli Mtrfl , , tint n i p rti . Kill t h Hit i\. Mill lrX t'rtl Nilt f fc I, . Notf Cr.Il t UV N Y C ; , . N V Nil (L It North Am . , r r m k Mir ., 311 IT 1" 131, 3J\ , Hi a\ 30'., M'. I'ill. ting A B 49 I'lUI Am H .. 47?i Pnrn Kul . , M POIIII H U . . noil IA»I1F9 DHH Sl!l(i Miiiitii pit !!i" I'tBFtU Wt th, Pllti Km N J H'. Illro Oil lu , IS n tl C /V 131, llnil K l h Or 1 S2 itoyn iili ^ if.P* ktmrn Uoi l.iictc t;.^ Hhrll l!tl CD , XMi Hirninoiia ro U'/ yiiiiJjUr CUIIB 1I'A ^nii ('up iiwt s«u liy . T.' Htil clni * R 17 4til t»l rf Ctvl G£3i HUI oil N J , 6IIK, Htil (HI N Y a* It Dl K ti 'i Dili tin rui »"ciir m 1 * llll AlruiLft lii,t tin Cori J M l l l l Ui» M i l l . -"13* II 4 Ulllibl'l.. 1. IF a atnui . t i ' p ' j dill r t; . go 14 V 'tVui nor Jtrcui . "l 1 ^ tttm(1111 I u H I W i t K l i H All t l !J'l WllHt|,llKK 1 , 1 .11:^1 u n t m (n . i ' i Wanlwurlll. . IP'ii ~ 17K lidti 21 r 31 U'i 104 I t ' i nit 111 ir LIVESTOCK Indianapolis Livestock A . - H , . l t d , ix. Iclnu ««». If !'-«»»*. f ' w t'AlTI.l, HonlHili »». cilvtui W 1 , l l l l f l u t ; l U l k ti't'il iluwlt to 1" "D ItH'l !'"" Peoria Livestock Ula Vntt'tt rretn) iiorn-n«i«Tvt Mino, m^nna i r 1*1 I" -n II" 1 ""!* wolBliti » u « : S10 to -ii nniHiils w|.|ija tiM ur, i, I"o nounda «*ii[h(f (Hj, imi Ititifc Jiow* *716'ict)ou, »!M»c« * ' ' ? « ' L MT U4 -IWrnljjti tniK M J 5(1 U o w t i . miirlm' Springfield Uvertock ftlv tfniti.il i'ruta 1 lint (i- Itoi.tfii i i.«(* n.PirUut htp;lit.r tnrp. ?!{(,. tllttitd. U "»TM* '· J (Ulltiifl. H l 1 ( l * r » S l . l U M U l t H I J t O W O r i n i K i r i JtUDIflPOSi I'A'l'lM. -Mmhn uluw, viiiili'i", Hid" to|. 111 0(J, Ea»I St, Louts Livotock W i ^ lift, if fViwi ) Untu--Unt r Ii IB LSI") tnnrkot nTM v I V I . H l ! 1" I I K . H l l j I C l l t » » « l f l»l V * fnw f'hi^cu v to in :0w iPimnM-i ^VPPI i.iiiiinci hulk Ito I-) SP:II i uii'lj ,» HI), KM (n lllO iiiillliK t» i01( ' i» lt« i»nnitn t'lm 1HT5«J.S6, Irtillt »"»«, , . , It'.l'i--Ko nlpU. SiOOO mlvun 1.*«J. iiiillvi) utitiim tilovf. liidluiitlonH uttinily to liiwnr iUdclliijt t'Wor oil woMt"rn utotim trltli (nw finrti. mili'ti nltiinly M«illiiin uiill" Kin hlKlmr: H i ' U i l r w I""" tin (rllinr clinMori ,nn nlcurn IS ^Wl t" wdlnni l loiuli «««· . 1 I IW |r Mi , "iHtiWP-Kieolpti, !.*·« '«'/ "t""'* HtmiLly lu aiu tiklmr: nioHtlr *t unity L »' 1 TMl; L i»ii,imiii',.il ruck..TM bUHIInie t"f )iujili« I t w cliolm limtt'j to diy °"''%" :t iriWS JIG; toiiiincjii thruwoiit" It COM ,ft(i tut nw(m |i clown, l i A M U H -- U(l iH'lttuln mil' tliiwn iBMirt linJ 'hnlwi, I V l ' i i t f H " * imnlltitii tn IS'fi -sj rnlutnon t t M W C l S « W I S . « « ..... 'I 11 , 1 ;.!'; ir,» inniiutu nuiilUim to i t n i ' u o i w 13 26; run iiit cnnimon, Ii mm · 36 jt-_ St. Louis Citih Gr«Jn (l;u (/illicit cTM* , , ' , , . *IIl.Vl'~ln PllU't ili'inwttl, t, Ii, lulllSh* ·f wn n I, iiml t In t'ti- tituliw tin ti»i l Mi I rwt » « . K« 1 liiutl *»WJJ'J' ^" ! hnr.l l»w;ilV,i, ML. t ll*»l '^V.nrf OUfJ_[n f!«.lt llPPIWIII't 1*1 flllWtt B i d vtlluw Vi til l« WKHW '*" wrtl- w-NMJi; « ',( Inww. iwiw la* hlKhw. N* l Wll1t *- jillii NIP 3 *ltlli nsuPOiii' OATP-- In ftilf iMiuinit "i« -t whits J7*r. Ni. a wtalt*. ,,,, No PRODUCE Chicago Produce 914 inbiii J7HP] flwt*. lOo, . - Wrtrt _ SI.LttuUWool 1( »((WfAlB-M*«'i: * U fiL,ACK* «MAI bluett New tork Prodwe« Un I Cincinnati Livestock Uy ftnttri f'rwtj ) s.*no, itiilmUm; Qii, dilily m u n i , 1 OTO ioatl^ ije limit lintilipvci, , ,5c i n w i i , tmlk Iri'iior ptror.li, jno tu ! ixiilliilrt (1050, pioni" I ' D I" S»» I' 1 '! 1 ?; m i o t o j r iito i" HD ii'iniiiH » I T D. mi«l t ( 0 tw Ito iiouiitlB, (C td, »)»« m l v in jclfnnB nt t B O d to iiioitli tl :·, [OW mtlnlith HHIII. UlilKlilH ll|i In ?* 6PJ, r \ r h n , i - »,^i IINM i t t i y , hoiiiov^i, liis, unhiiri, .-6. Ki'lii'rnlly meiull om( til'ti vinili I i tEi lnwin un »luir» rtimlinul" (nut lii]l(ni«, «titR(ly (« mrututi ;"'!?, IwnlH tiii'Uunr i l m n Mill llilrill td row (» lonm (iinirnMii klurtn. ti HOSPO oo. with li Km PI ntiwnnl (n |1l(io doiiio e»ni- limn kltliln, ( ( I J O t d l o O . ntriul hiof rirnn, II SiidfC 6(1 low cultiirn rit il rut mi t I" tn ncJ 69, Lulls IftrKuly »·» roiJiT, "d. uotno tr lid, twM wclKtii} kind* niioiatitn »'. 3D, vfiilnrn luttvii: II lilRlier. mrod nnil oliaico 113 imwll CO: lourvr K rail on, | MtlV'KI'~ttnriltiti It'll moili vti. bi'ttur ifrniln fnt tftTiiltpi ur, Milk ) , 1 u U W « 5 U i luwor In (t)inriiilhy. innimoH throwontu )(, soacc on, moiiluni nffKio lihimp nl^Mlv to utrntln f n t tTVUI! 'IP 1,00, oulkft ittiwtiwartl to ft. Chicago Uvertock (Su VHttttl Prtjd ) IIOOM-- TI«I.«III», t»,(WO. Ini Inilltiif J7 · Itfld dtrtct. netlvh nt Urjp£[id locUll(r; kun, J t o t t , bulk, I'D to 3(0 vound* wt'ljdrt* oulot HVTTIjlt -- MILrkit rjulst rfrfllpl' H ST) utin; i rt*citiurr vilrn, 404* *mi!i.Uil in arkol O ' j l f U i knt ptunii: reci' I rii. W t l l t A tClllC.^, (L^Cvi frnnh flr«l«, ;i title oiiiutu, broiirnii, St. Lout* How* and Mole* Tho hurno itnd niutn trade ln»t wt iJuhcifiicl In u ILirht nup^ly and ttiu nurKf WBJ on u, fully oloftitr Itvtl tiirouKhout tliu onih ti parioj Nnilvn tlirm £JttoUtlnci»-- (todil to t)iolro ttrittt. t l l O O H d , madliim to truutl dm ft, , to t hoi n «1iunkt mmllum t» «ood cliunUn, lioLrrjtjn, c ho leu , stout horn ITU Jill w IB, (ilu«s, tf?Hrj Nnllvs Mule Cluattxtloni -- Drult rnulim. I* to t? linntlti, lnS(*JI»: mini) unilim. 16 to in.) htviidK, tusoiTd; «uunr nmtP», , innrui, fdt, Bond hnlr 10 to 1C 1 hninl*. 130 Mr , cation miiluj, mnrm, , linlr, 14.3 ti It liMidPJ. tlOfl(pl!Il, cotton BMilt'i, niHrvn, rough- hatred, 11 to is 1 hiuul", J76'tfl(i()i colt on mulon, mnrm Mlipjli-nnlci^, N 3 to II h»ndn, 9C91C I ror no nmlm, 1tlv:o por hand io»« tUuti ntiovo anoint ion it t'dtm milieu, broVn. itiiort nmio, 1 E J (a IB hnnflf, ITfnpiOO, moilliim (nrni tnul(t, MOVlC: farm mule/i, tlitn hittf hfokn, i c s 10 ni hunt*. mnull, oo in mon inuton, T j W t S U ) J H l l l l l l I l t MOIVH. ill i r . W 3 ! r i . ll llilliU .T,, I I M l t IlKlllH, 110 ti 11(1 (Will Hill ! iiMl ilinltu $:i liMf ;' II, Ufiiil IlKtita 110 tu IrJO iiouiHlH. KUIIII und rhiikii IV 40 TO. tip,tit wdiitii n d lo son poumls. II nnU tliul' u $9 GOFP'r 90 inLdluin l K h l ^ t 300 to 3I* t l ' l l ' l l l " KOlii Hint i llnlu J'l 7S(| 111 uf. ln'iivy \ v n l k l i t i Jill Lr] n oU tJUIJtlttn ^(K,U aild rliutcil, ^ rotfr 10 Ofi. i^n klnjt tioWB. T7ti lo r Ki jpULimlw, Mii'dlictn ivnJ | i n d . Jl I E J !(. fllriii|;hrul K, |0{ Lo i stp thiiimli. tfnv\ pxtid nioitu , A r 1 1 t,-~]toi iiii^. *o,fioo: Ti 4 d rp^rrjtK uuU y i h n t H l ] ] ^ r L Itl ox v d l V pilmv jit BiiiinKllitir ti.' iu Jsixi ]y tcpp ; lid, 1,,'nt liuni-. t 't viituu to lull nt 39 iJtUM) TT,. H l n l l h l i l i r ikUln ivnd M U l i l ^ Mtuns, GOD Ul VOLT JiHtlirU, ^,'OIH! und Uiuli [ J H M C ^ r IT 00, tn l,tiJO l^inihdfp, h'i,i»d mid L}IU]L L t 01}. t Kio ti 1 1 no iimLiultij fruoil und ilulm ^ 'F fili^ri U r,n I toil l(i 1 fiOU Ki'uil nnil i Inilu, I , I ' , U « M : J C i,o» to 1, n»0 llfllltldll t U t l l l l L O I L EUlfl IILl^Llllnl, ! k ^ 0 . L n l f i i i x . fj»o to ttPJO jiounrtH, Kood nniJ . IE f,l)fl' r, Wrt, I'OiKl ILIKl Cljol n 4I11IIUL Jll lillll M i l d i l l 111. 11 low cm tin nn 1 ml tut. H J E W i s i i d] Kood nnil hoki It :Q v,ai,r!i, m i l k TuO iftiuLl und ctioln 110 ,ut»l i tt), itKKlliiin II unidO fiO rut) itlfl ciriuitiotl. Sit COtfi^^ 00; tttorkorH tin I f i n d e r i n t t l n b t i i i i i r»oo to l.dEO poiinda i-ooil nnd i h r t l i f i ( ? O i H f S 7 G , (.itninion null ' iittPtt :;ni)0, nmivo lutiih tiL^Ui i ttuin onrly Vi Idny duui. pitrotiK Imltc untlv r Itimlvi t H l i D 4 i « H T C ; miv nuno i'ild hlclior, ivlilte 10 71 fJit lAtiifoiK iniuotj oiind!» dnwti icuod ant ;iitifllii;ri 47 iHir^S CO, H i otlinioti SQ u^7 00 im uml.i nindltHtl to rioli;o IJ woLirtUti mil tmd tcnunrin, it oc I IK- Illliihi ri"Xllli|t Irmil.s 511 to i;iorl mill i liol o nnd mat** tii n n j fui i nnil wull unit lumln 19 ! r, Mlvtrf, Choko. ivol,, li 150 | oo, all it f oli VANDAUA FORGER IS GIVEN YEAR AT FARM VANDALIA -- Ed Hicks, M, of Populni BluCf, Mo, i_h(ir((cd with Kciy, entered n pi on of guilty when arialgncd on Pi I day afternoon In tlio county court befoio Judgo C, R Tortencc, He was BI tcnccd to aervo 12 months at the Illinois penal fium. Hicks wfts an osLed late Thursday lr Gicetwllle, a short tlmo after having prHsrd a forged cltcck nt-tlm T P, A til in son staio hero The chock for $17 was made to himself with tho tlitnnluie of V. Mpnk, contuictor, whote flnn hnd recently compiflrd sovcial mlle) of paving in tito city. Hicks, who has been In VaadaUn liitcimlttontly for the last two yeius, worked some for the Monk Consttuctlon Co. last summer timl wnt known n.lotit th« city. Ctoing into the Atkinson stoic the Ouy before attempting to pass the chook ho liar! txrrowcd a dollai from Mi. Rood, the coshlor. and another ilollnr from Mr A tklnson himself, Infoimlriff them ho woulil have a chock thn next dny when tii» would pay tho money back Ho rave tho chcelt to Mr Reed, tolling him to take out what he owed, Dl- lortly following his departure from the store, Mi Heed went to the Itanlt with the check and received tho Information that tt was a foig- ory FLORIDA RESIDENTS VISIT IN GREENUP GREENUP~Mr, ond Mrs R W Yost of Do Fun Ink Springs, Phi,, passing u low days in Greomip with tho lattor's alstoi, Mrs. J D Qiaen. Miss Ernc^llnn Tinncioft, a teacher In the schools In Sidney, came Friday for a few days' visit In Greonup with hor parent*, Mr and Mrs, Ernest J. Bancroft Born-- To Mr, and Mrs. Marshall Wlnnott, a. son, Oct 17, Levrla Cutwrlght, a farmer living miles east ant] one mile north of Gieenup, -will huve A public sale (it his farm Tuesday, Oct 28 The family will leave after the sale for Wl aeon 1 ! In to maka their future home The sate will consist of I' head ot cattle and horses, and farm Implements. PUBLIC SALE DATES trnn «r rticptoni TA* ircr PHhlte Soli liinn to fttmrt* Your Salt Out* Oct 31--Cum muni tx Suit, J 3 'i I tiirin, Wyokltn. ituiit* 1*. Oct. 13--Bid nn duMon, Antloch, NEWSPAPEJR! STOCK MARKET STAGES RALLY; CLOSES HIGHER i Trading Volume Opens Light With U. S. Steel As Features RAILS CLIMB (CD Vxltld i l ruS6 NEW YOKK, Oct. ao --- Advancing with u vigor comparable to that of the due tine of last week, the stock market Monday roae one to five points above the previous clone In the general list and an much as 10 points In the more volatile issues*. Tbore was a brief period of hesitancy In the rally OB the clone neural duo to profit-taking, but the list] quickly turned up again and moat o( the sbarea cloaed on their blgha of the day, Relatively Light Trading volume was relatively light early In the day, but It increased In scope and volume later, tickets lunning at top speed in the last few minutefl, Rails joined the Industrials In the upswing, featured by Atohison which rose sevon points Utilities were up one to nearly five points; tttnuflt- ments, one to (Jirtio, mercantile issues, one lo tin GO, motor equipments one lo two, and nils faction* Lo more than a point. United States Stoci wan the fea- tine. It was actively truiiod at steadily lining piiccs until it ncared tlio 190 mark aa comparua with a previous close of 1461 Other industrial loaders mado wide gains, including American Can, WosUnt'lwusc lilcc- trlc, Kudio, Union Caiblde Wood woith lose thiec points in Us gioup, while IiQowu Icutuicd Lhe nninse- nmnts with a similar gnin Wtxik Proctor Gamble Co. Formed 92 Years Ago, Has Varied Products The Procter Gamble Company, manufactures soaps, glycerine and food stuffs produced from vegetable oil It haa been In exIsUnce B2 years. The company has a number of eub- stdlarles and makes n large volume of products Including Ivory soap, Dux, Chlpgo, Crlaco and others. It has eight plants located in Texas, Ohio, Kansas, Georgia, Now York, St Louis, Maryland and Hamilton, Ont., as well as other real estate A subsidiary owns 13 cottonseed ^ oil mills throughout the South, For the year ended June 30, 1030, net Income amounted to $22,lfiO,601. This compared with JHU48.934 for Thcie weie gUll a fow weuk spoU inclutlin(j Alias sLorta, general in way algnal, and Eaton Axle, all of which made now lows for the ycat. followed issues on Uu tils inlo higher giound liondt Gcncial Railway Signal rallied before Ihe close Copper shares soft wilh factional losses. Cotton firmed up while glalns made substantial advances Curb stocks board were quieter with prices slightly irregular. Call money renewed at per cent, and hold theie all day Buying was to a I urge extent slioit covoiing, HcpoiU of Investment buy- Ing weie heaid, Incidentally, tho rise waa a surpriio to many tho opening gains. It hus been thought that the Mil I tig Saturday had impalied nwigln accounts enough to bring out furtbei llquida tlon Prices of Grains In Decatur Markets Rise Grain prlcas on the Deutitiu market advanced Monday Wheat went up two ccnU, closing at 00 ccnta. Corn und oala artvatiocd one cent, cloning at GO and 3U cents, iGapenUve ly Other prices quoted In fhe market were OUAlft Co. (Bt Nc, j rorl n* JmrU Nu 1 whUi oi yql l\t 1! . . . . LIYBSTOCU no .00 , ]IJ . t L O O roung toast Uiiitluu tiulftn (lix.vy «PW. MoilllUn cowl Vow cnJvoi Clwlco siftn Voul csivoi ,. Bull! Outtm Wiiuuirs Bprliii; livmbs J l u i l b . VVHT ft J)01llldn limut itnihr C iiuutulfl t« tnj(iu u* H OOttt Uf li.OOuu tin .ft.*uw*iiii UD.lt . ..M UDOttK 13 0001 ot |0,»0©10 go u t i d c r [i pODiuhl mol uie. OIU i-ooHlorn ·)iu leu rviid nrlelit modluin itllKUUy atnrr UriiHu hlitiut, larn (lluo lillo» ..." Giimil oulf lildv* t u t t t t f t t t t ^ t t Urqopj oalf hlflon ,.,,,,*,,,,^,, OttllJ IlllllJH pjroun bctil hltltit *,.,,.. .,,.,*,, DQTTK1I AND KUflS Ullllurtrtt LLimiiorr *fva ^,,, + ,,.-,,,.,» Prrnt« ' liuttur ,11 . IS 13.20 ,«( The 6% hu no voting until four quarterly or* In arreare. DI»ld«nd» an being paid at the required ratce on^the two preferred ICHuen and the rite on Hit common le 13,40 a year. Ai ot June 30, 1930, total current aueto were 107.046,446, currant lld- bimies totatlett M,4B2,406 and net working capital was WU93,D61. Book value nppllcablo lo tlto common ptock after allowing for the preferred Inftueu nmountdJ to H4 38 u aharo (Copyifghl IflSd by (he Bell Syndicate, Inc.) WJBL PROGRAMS J Tlipio Ttinca .HE I tlic priivltfUn (iHcul debt totals $10,700,000 Funded Cupllul slock outstanding Includes $2,260,000 In 8% cumulative prefeired of 1100 par and $12,500,000 In G% preferred stock ol fiOO par value und 0,110,000 shares o( no par value. The 8% preferred ban the right to voto at all stockholders HOG RECEIPTS SOAR AS PRICE DECLINES (Hi/ i;»)lt(I J'rsti) CHICAGO, O«t. 20--Hotf receipts took u, uharp upward jump Monday. the fall movement having hejfun, but despite thin tho supplier were under a year ago. Fair activity retarded the decline atid several points held almost steady At Chicago the tnar hot was active at a 1C to !5c decline The lop WQH $1005 and the bulk of 180-300 Ib weights sold $975 to 1990. Cleveland offered 5c hlghct on medium weights but buyers wanted light hogs at a 10 tu 25c diop, pigs holding steady PKLsburpli was steady to lOo lower, Eaat Buffalo waa gtineiutly Kteudy but luie active und some bids were lower, the airlv als being somewhat laic due to the snow storm Cincinnati wns (airly active tint! mostly 2Sc lower with packing BOWS steady to strong Ensl SI. Louie was uneven, weak to most ly 10 low«i,i Toledo wtti B to lOc down Of the fifi.OEO Chicago hnJ 150,000, Clovoland 3 TOO; Pittsburgh, 4 TOO, East Buffalo 2,800, Cincinnati, 3,800, East St Louis 1300, Toledo, 350 Cattlu-- Receipts Loo, showed Increase, Prices, however, an lit were Chicago Ken e rally steady with some points having good advnncea Chlcnpto was steady to 25c lower, mostly ID to 2o off on tho oxccnslvo supply of steers and year tlntrs, trading bolng sold at the decline. The early top was $13 with a sprinkling at $12 to JI250 and the beat heavier Sit 00 Cleveland was uneven with stoerB pen orally utoarty to atTOnjf and cows strong to 25c hlRhor Pit tab nigh beef flteers were 25 to SOc higher with othei^ steady lo 25c higher Eatt Buffalo was active and fully steady. Cincinnati was generally ntea'tty but aomc bids were weak to 2flc lower on stceia East St LoulH nntlvca were slow with Indications steady to lower, westerns wore bid lower but had a few sales Btondy. Toledo wtw ulow and steady Totula were ·12,250 as follows Chl- capo, 26,000, Cleveland. 1,-I50; Pittsburgh, 1000; Eiist Puf(alo, 1,450; Cincinnati, 3,150; East SI. Louis, «,- 000, Toledo, 200, Sheep recHpts weio lelallvcly ItKht for a Monday and lamb prices sthot upwaid ChiraRo native lambs fiOc and more lilfrlior with and feeders strons Bulk of natlvo ewe and wether lambs were $850 lo $875 with soveinl load-) $0000 and some held hlghci Cleveland lambs wore active and BOc to $1,000 higher. PM laburgh fat lambs \voro around 50c hlfthor. Eatt Buffalo lambs were BOc higher aiul sheep 25c up. Cincinnati was moderately active Lambs being 50 to 7Sc ItlRhcr and sheep stonrt ' to strong East St. Louti lambs were steady to Me higher, mostly steady. Toledo receipts wale light and tile market strong: to DOc up Chicago 2S,000; Cleveland, 3,900; Pittsburgh, 3,200; East Buffatn, 2,000, Cincinnati, 300; East St Louis 1,500; total 36,100 COAL We Carry Ihe Best Grades of Illiiois Coal W« Ar» Exclusive Dealert for BLUE FLAME A Superior Large Lump alto ^ ZEIGLER COAL BRAZIL BLOCK COAL WESTERN KENTUCKY COAL ' PRIMROSE W. VIRGINIA COAL RED PARROTT W. VIRGINIA COAL Sole Distributor,* for Genuine KOPPEB'S CWeago Code ILLINOIS COAL LUMBER CO. I M BiWnoh M«In Offico MO Peftrt-- TH nils ¥ard» T01 N. Van Dyke-- Tel, 4m 35M N. Water-- ToL Itcciiul « t Ht-.'Wiirlit Monk Man »it»-- OvvmlBlti) i! 1*1 1 1 11 1 IB-- IMtllo l^lityi), HEX n till mi i, t,ipf) Jlo^npiliMitik, j»l nji» Fi^nittjtn WUtiii»11i tcltDI. , H-.W-- I,lnn iteriiKIt". 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Kotoll Store: HI South M«ln St. DECATUR'S MUSIC CENTER NtriHniu-M»li-loii · ll«il * Wdr- \\lnt ttrtintt ri«mn HCA Itn4lnlni-- ·TUI Mn)c«tl itofflu. rlfimHwlrti tmt t nhnnucrnphi, {NilamMii * rk rn-ordi, Uin.| liiimtHcnti Ht,«l._Hihffi Miinifv _ Hirlm iiU A AtnMitrtr*. "Circrr'ntne » tunic* DECATUR MUSIC SHOP PPIlOM 4WI IIJ K tfllllUD M, BUS SERVICE A M I ' M J t c p i i l l t t j l.». 3 OD * OD Wiirltnttloiii j -rj ji (· xr » J5 t, J6 Dni'Mur j us s.jn 10 '.fi S EE TUKcnt* 11,11 » 110 1 «0 » 0! I M l l v I l l f t H.no I If, 3 19 1 .It CrnnCnvtllo 8 f,7 n Oil Ar, 3.S5U r.C Jiullnnniii,li« 7.10 viu 1,1 Hi-nrl Doivli A M I' M Centrpil lUlnolt Itt» Stud on tirrldrr Cutr. 101 ic, j|.| n COAL - GOAL - COAL Economy Special Lumji H*nd Forked nt th* Cur. No Dlit. 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