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IT DECATUR HERALD WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 22, 1930. UEC'Xf UR_ JHER ^LD PROFIT TAKING FAILS TO CHECK GRAIN ADVANCE Carljr Weakneu Overcome! As Market Raffle* Under Ordera HIGHER AT CLOSE L CHICAGO FUTURE MARKETS IB* IAMB* B OBNNKT1 A CO,t Open Hl|h low Otom Oct II Tr, Ap Wheat: Deo. Mar, May Corn: Deo. Mar. M»y 761 Sit M-- 831 781 Oats: Ky*: Mur, Mrty f»«o." Mar, May S84 52J Mt 801 S4i ten "wi" 8H 841 "»7t 39 m "so" 53i net 781 801 M4 801-1 78! 81 7M-I 771-1 811--I T6I-1 Mi--831 82i--I 7I-78J Ml 1361 Ml--* 921 981 101! 3St 361 ~48t" 521 81) BOi 401 "iw" rutt B5J 881--I ,18t 891 ~«r E2I 041 lOfil llOi US! i III/ IMII'll t'fr-i,' C1I1CAUO. Oct. '· lleMrinlneil reabtnnca waa nlwwn by wheut on the BOnril of Trtule Wednesday, and price* advanced ilmrply to Hi* hltrH- oHt levelH in two wetk*. A w»nk Llv-j erpool market, profit taking nnd our ly weak iTMx» In atodw cmiH«l a turn- . pornry deprennlon. but thii nmrlict *TM|J [i|[J, 1 rallied HlronKly on ncar.Uirel buying XHIII A (·' i', headed by house* with eastern 'm- J"'" 'j*^ -- flections, At the clone nil Bruins were Amn higher. Corn wan dull early nnd rela- NEW YORK STOCK LIST W«l THfcl ClllUH '-'loMU ,\mi tively wore firm than wheat, was tttood)' but slow, HlKher Hi At the clone whoftt wait li to lilt; higher, corn was It to Sic high DC and out* were t to Ie httftiur. Pro- vl along were »ti'n\tt, Holding Hteady durluK the Into trade, Liverpool cloned 1 tn I3o lower. Buenoa Alr«« watt t to '. lower at mid-day, Trade wiix qulrl ilurlnff the morning with mo*t opcrutorx uwult- ina- development9. Ctt»ti vrlcwt wvro unchanged, ItecelptH were ll ear«, Corn lftrtt (Ulghtly Corn eased fractionally In *ym- pathy with wheat lit the start, but ·trengthened when wheat i'o»*i dm! at mld-sewion *tood wound lc hl^ier. The local bulls jfavn tho market sup- ·port on the email receipts and pcnii- pevtu for warmer whither. Cnith (irlc- eei were lower on o*il corn and i to le higher on new, Receipts were It I Mr*. Oati itarUd »t*ady and n«ittor*d buying kept tho market firm In lh« later trade. There wn« (nnic fotiylnjt of old Becember and dolling of Mny at a 31 c difference. Cash prl«en were unchanged. IteeelptH wore 20 rum, At the opening wheat waa 1 tn 4o lower, corn wae $ tn i« lower twel oat* were unchanged tn Jc lower. Provlnlons -were Inactive early. Indications point to n untlnua- tlon cif tho holding policy (n the jmrt of farmers In rofrardg to their new and old corn. White tho cold weather favor* InwktnK, It nlno In- i:rea(Wn thi feeding which cut* Into the receipts at terminal innrlcotn and cruwied nn advance In thu ca«h [ rices, Sovurnl oninniliwlon hoimo* are I'f'coniroendlnff the purchtiHo of oatti n dip* tut tin Invent men t, Ciish In- ti'i'esiti tsxpoot belter prices for uorn *tnd iftl!i with tho approach of winter, llownwir, the market Is directly IW'I, :1, 87 SlC-i ll'i H I J j DM, .111*1 II )* Amn Wlni't f,, Ainu HUMnr... Amn 'r « V .,1*0 Ami) 1'oh l i , , J i l ' i Ainu (i'» It "I T * H ji at c li,iiiUc t»; · S" . r,v V it fi»'tr» A II i'nt , "·|..lif i.. ·!:· O At J'i OllHd J t . . . . . 1 1 1 1 ivtni itg t ' . . , , 'II' i; » *i ; 4^1 I! I I W C M ttt (· i 1 * N W r'liryi'U'!' ii p, Ciiln (.Mil ft I . colimiltlu ' I n n , ('run t 'im fun Hun 10 rn't 'I 1 ' M, IKH, 17), 7(14 f f - l i tUi an (.it- not, 4!% II I'l 17 4*4 Kris H * r. flit t/iatit O Tw*. HI 49% 3.Hi flim AniUftl Oi'il filui i . lion (''oodii 0,111 Mtm , . oiHuvii' 3i!-i Clul't DUMt ... 3H ilotlrli'h U If J6Hi 11 Houston Oil ,. 45% Uiiwl Mi: Illld t4 Iliidixiti Mtr ., 10% llnplj Mir C! 0»i I Ttur * C«r In S'trltol ., in TB| * T I (vann l.tk' It I, Inn . . M'* M Aiku ,. ai4 Mo KM tfX.,. 2*'4 Monty WHrd .. C.li| N Miiih Mlrn , , ;1 NMi iiigi! i:» .. 7t% Mull Cniil it .V 51 Nr.1 n«lrf I 1 .. *Hi N u t r A L . . . . 31 31% 1S% 3T(i 25 H C, N V Sorth II * II ... P I'nokuril Mtr r'no fi A K,.,. 4) til 4!Vi 4 7 K C'loxu *nii Amn it.,.. ,|A^ 1 ,, ID ,..S11 rniuitiy R I'I ill 1-titu 1'uh Bi-n of N ' j SL Pun Oil Co ,. J* B n o A sin Emlto Kdtii.. l»li UurnoklB Tub *',i yudrn ItoiihiiRk 40 14 Hhtll II n Oil,. 10K Hlmmiin* Co ,... "" Slnclnlr fund. 13 'A Hdll Pft" 1 ...... W "i KOH H It ...... TOW Ktil flos i M. . "t T i Htit Olt l/ Oft] 51% mil nil N .1 ..r.31* sirt on N v ..:ii HtniM * Wnll , f.l'A auirtilmk«r Co 30V T ttx ''on ...... SdS Tun nuir ...... )i« T*x Vne ...... 151] Tlmtton It fi , . 4 1 H Dud Ml T'H Or Vn Wri' (Jn ( !pn "OH II H ll ir M 8 (Jill 1' ,,,116 'v * Vnndilliini .. (J« W War nnM l^lc,. tfl^t \v t; lit;t W*»l Allbl'le .. 3Sj W«t JOlcri 1M, M'lllj-B v 4 Woilkilou vump T? Y Yellow T A O,. 11 4 T M «s% tit Jl H 3 Mil SOW 1 0 t i ecu to tili (0(4 (lot 11*4 1! JIMS 31 ion 4 tit LIVESTOCK Springfield Livestock (flu fllltnl frim.l - lt»inltiii C0 1 , iniirln't, Iftc hltli- under the Influence of the ftl tho present lime. fitlxr CASH GRAIN C«i* Grain ('aunt l'r«» t » "tl. *0c. Nn, . tiortl, rti.il;N-- (Hil, [lu, 9 ml -i 1, M(((HI%ii: Nn, I s '1C NO X tic; Mil, riiirn, nn ^c; Sii 1, J1 iHifTHoi nuw, N(I, H inlii ow. 7)'iP: N P7»i-: No. (I, iiHijn, OATH-- Mi. m *ninii! fn«i,KV T t M C i ' l ' I I Y , f. nOHn: J i n ; Nt i ii!: N('. f, St. Loui* Cash Grain I By I'Hllid ITrJi i 1V1IUAT-In full diintMiil, tvi, c,,n[i hljvh^f f,n roil rtixl to U U I i p i Nh hhn whtitt! No. 1,'il, S J i f f U r : N,. 3 I'-il, H)u Nil. 1 IkJiril. fttr: ^f(l. !t hnnl, ?OIH I'fMttf - in K«ud (li'iuiinfi. whli* ii- inw It hlvli^i 1 : "Nfi, t whit' IMC: U^htn, Pcorta LiveitDck tUj Unttrit t'rtm.'t · ulpr* l.«i0j HKiutly; I b IKhtN, tV. 1P^ t.SC- *J r J.*d iimi.il/, tVi40; i!i)-l70 111 (ink* sown, t; ntHKii, (J.UO'lf S.ld. !'f\TTt\f.. K^i.-ultptJi i(IO, i l v i i d v , t (li.IO donii £ntt St. Louis Livestock i Wu ^idfr^ ri'tut,^ UOOH I(uv b ttl[i^ 1^,1^11; niaiUnt (ulrly Autlvu. Montly l U ^ K u h l K K v r j rh^ ll£^ |L|cht#, i^j^vfi, fully )ftiiKU 1 . ttArly tu(i, 10.'*^ Ollot'Js It ill'In linlil dtiuill 4t lit. Mont I T U 21A llm., WMdU'd.HOi LiD-ltfi Ilia, IS Ql 1^.J(; 1^^-IJii 11,1., |i TJl^S.O^, f "" "" Ut t C1, . Ruculiil* t.ifrO: tW' hllw, I'ron^v^til £tGMtv ull ntii^JV. Jtilxud yfim L llkitf*i fti 1 OL w m l u r n fti*^! *. Othur j-unrllnK" r fiiitm'a. I5. tluwn. (li . .d mill i'lio1-;t vonluro. 111 lit. · Uwi!"liiiu 1,100; (nt In n tin in J5i) hluliur tn dty biitchn blikllntf I d w u r : fmr rliolra liim , , i'lir.li'4, tT.IC'lf 5,10; iH.-rtlnni ; cull in id .(minion. M.11WII It; tu ltd MI^, Ilkq^^ltl\ to [ L UI Chicago Livestock So. I In Wlf. (i.VTH 5 whltd, riRN--CKBh! linur ijo No. . · ill«w, i%A'l'«-- (tn; No. H Ir dnninmlr %f lil^lii, S,. 3 w l i L t n , 9Tf h . Cub Crwn nld, Mnrlii'iw.l y^llciW J I D ' i ^1lf., S'o. i nili^d, ?if* d»iv. Toledo C«h Seed* VHttatt I'rmil , t'ttinn H|L[ ni'ltni' vltol .. t D n In 1 111,1 i - l i t c . M . lit (il; l)(ii,c.tiiliir, !(» *i*: fr'i tur-ll I1S.7J. A!J1KK. I'm),. U.l.lir. ; C'i 0j.titlnir, I t S l ' H i llrin-d, |M, MAT- TlntoUii t i T!i i \\-- tU lib: PRODUCE Chienffo Produce ttl full** )V*j,) . «**n»i Mini (Iriili, SHyi flrKh, ':!-i,,, .mr. f»ni rwflliit*. iswiio; otiliiini I.,. iiiiit'jUi. ni'i'iul*. l I T c . Miufc«* *a«l»r: r«c«iMi, n en ; **tni*. S" 1 !! 1 : *«n lir», . . T-ODl.Tltlf Mnild.t iMf rnrH: Jowto, Uli 1 : i«Klioriui, lie: ilimMK. (urlinyi". (iffsJc! iwHoHi i\ I'OTATolW-- (n (nii'ii, HI I'tiin; RMiv. «ln, IM 1'iir*: i"lil|im.'ni», t,«n mm. !,,,,,. km ntxitit Blcwlyi witicuniin mu vii.it i-.m,,! wtlfli*. H W V I O U ! Ml" IIJ"""' "."ml Mm ill i-inkodi; Itoiitnt wliUm, (I (loffl «n, u.u illv*r Ohio", tl Mil a**: i'il"iaii'i M, . I'lurtm «ril Hrpwii iwnutiw. IM**j i t , lilntic mioki'ii nnTMi». *· *'" ' a ''- N«w York Product » pnrt«*^*«. . .MuiKur w*»1i, UiiM,t: nmik,,t I D l r t l i o h l u h u t ; vunr n ; iiiHrKUlK MI^WH. l^rJ'?n lilulii.r. liutk t».l«1C . f u l l ; pucUliiK town. (6, » nun, Ui nnrifl ti IV.OO; Hi- lit Unlit" 11 I Oil IIIH, (I'" 1 '! mil L hull, i., Ui.lir, \si.1i;lit ISi). 30U Itii., tfmjd nud lit At E4c; fttiuidhrOif at c l M U l j ht 3 L c ; ^fl. L l»r tin i at Iti'tflJu; oti ... ·' »· Ol 4 U l t ^ lllNH, ' Ui 1 ,t^i: ^t*iir f^iiijid. NorUi^in t*vlri3, .liii.ilus iiiii,' ni'ltitH' ;ii': tit-Ink, aOc. LH't-; l'ui:l.'['ni'...iJ, ilium op I'll IKB ^i i i ' l e i ' (inrLt, 'lu(iliiirh» lit; tDwla, lun- tldui 111 f4V livufldu. lti; J^prtLLIf ;li|. |!«IB., I t i ' i t ; 11)111111; chli'lieiiH, (uui mid U|), I S ' a r ; r-prlllirB. hKli1ctt«. or IE in, J^r, irulluifij IrKtlo^nn 1 'i nnd uudvt, IK; bi'utlorAj buvtbucliit, I C c . i-iu'lin, I J i ; fAckii, liiKluiFliH, l U o i No, " i ii^tE tlio, tiitUu^H, yon^v toniH, ttml 1111, :·(.··: tutlii'ju. "une I.HNI, t i mil n iii nnd uis if,'-, turiii'ix miiull, tvi , iiKk.ira, nia IIOIIK, Hoi i. olil totu^ h 4 j;,; f^,, : turk^^rt, iu: mok'i". utid IDci HtuliiK ilnt)ii, CuUr pounili ftiul uVi'i', lie: ttiflHK iliiuk", fimnll iin'l lie, KI».IH:, lit,; old RHini-oii, ii-r . , Mr,wti. in GO: «|irlu« . i;iiul(i t:tf ml* null uj, l HIMllM f.lrl, lln^l Hn'l u n l t i l i k i , on p^p. 1\ thin fi , i; ruuKh, HtU,, 1LIE St. Louii Woot, HWei, Etc. vriiit.-.UHH itml iKirlmnnint ll'miuri, llllimH. ;JtHHH'«»i Ii'iMi uii'l iiuilM. t'liiiir iLi^dluni, ^Ju ii,Tu: dil^lit nr ry, II. 1* I T r ; M uld l ^ v : hitrd liurry Ift t i l e : UlTliI (Inu, It'li'lSi: litmvy (Inn l.i tlili': luiiilm ivunl, no. , HtilJ'I'llliltiV ,\N|i SOUTH IS ASTBltM-- lufd Uiiir^. IMr, |i k tnt ^onltt A* nliovii. MlSKI'JIiYA, )'nk,it[,«. Kill I mil itiut No- irnokn Mriuht iiiO'tiuni, i d ; ilurlt, 17i';: ; '«"i limry i t , ; itiuii tunj'i (do: ilulil "'Ki,,!:! 11 .!.'*'..!!TMTM "«'·. "SIV, 1 : iimrr. "*( Hi 1 . 1, !«i-j Nil. I, Elc, ^""^S*7a?iS 1STiJS? l 1i»S?S«' ^v ·""·* ttTM, fp.rjiB'K tfii m "il '11 til K«VI i»ni oho)TM. inudlutn nnd K(*od, I7.7HHNI; nkitufrnt liL^a lO'J.IJU llm t Kotd and clialu*, t^.^w » Jfi. i H A'i u l*,vl -£u**.|iiia U,ou£. **HlVk.'H *.0[}0: ulronic tu ^^ hlKh^i: f n l i l y a c t L v n ; KtMtin H\ovt liut ntwtdy; vlin flti^clc utmidy] li*rhT t'*tin to iffinoid) tnftrk*tt* FiDMiriil Inmld yf.|Li]lnc.1 heM hroltnd limit wlfthiy iiiiUif{.l^d. IK 00: I 11.1 leu, JIO.H'il II 2S; toO-UllO I h H , KUOI mid rluittw* |£i.7C4rn.;£! yiiH^lSoO 1L^ !t'!i., tood nn'1 ulioli'u, U.SJw'll.ui): ato 11^ 11.^1. ciiininr/n ntid mudiuin, Vd.ODti ii fi^i; tiolfwtf, GEO.MCO lljt,, Kootl find vliolci ^u,T: t f t w f, K^od nnd fhoti H d(1; c^nnnin] mid iiiuiiloTn. low c u l t u r Mid i-iiitur, }J tfOiP4.ID; ' yoiirlln^*' ^ xclndQdl K^od mid cliotn ljnvO )G,?1£U.75; i^utttr to nindtum. 14,il trktl,21i- t vatilvrt (ntlljc £wl) ^nd ant i*Tmlri niiil i'omtn,,n, Sc.dJVR.OO: rtm'kar und (ou'lnr ,-nt(l,,: ntniii-a DUO-IMO lorn, Rood and uhuku, t) 000B,7t. win moon ond me- itlum, Ift.OO'irT.li^. H K K E P * ·itiK.tljilB Itl.OOt): KSult to !Iit lovor^ IQH ]ltiM on tut ImntiH; Anrl^ built untlvwt ls,;S t* iwfli'.ri: tnn to Hty 1 f: r D*. Lunibit Ot) IhB, do-wn, uood'*na uw(,/i, , moillun^ to cttolou. $3,*u cult nnil romnion, I Ininbit, fd-7t n.o K00 ,i and fhotco Cg, Indiantipolin livestock (Hir Unftril , lioIiluvcrB, 191; at'iinlj mi wnl(jt,is oiHii- f*(i poll nils; gtMul; to 2tc ]«Wur; 100 to ttQC tiutlill, ft.(«9'JdO; 500 tu 304 |»uniln. |!iG; 130 (.0 Wil uoiinilH. l»,Uti(pt.36; 1UO to 1.10 rnllnila, »«,Suw.S.7S; packing ·oii-ii, tT7S'tfs.75; fntr. jt.oo. tarol|ts, L,t(0; cu.lv« ro- , ?»0; lni..( ttvurn H l r n n e : h u l k , ».0» C 1 1 S S ; ' h o l c n lijilit wnlKlllil, tta.DO: ttho dlnclc l l t t l t (.lini.^.il; ( n t eiiwn, tl.W® 1,611, {tit. to i r u u ; liiiltnri lurni'ly (i!,(iKJ lO.dV: low dlitli'i.1 nigil ouilorn, tS.OOn/f ST.; ^tlllliltN uluarly ftt 41XH llOKII. SllHigp-- Umutpii, a.goo; imnlin Cnij lownc; DlVtlu and tvittlior* l»I«i) St'jjJ'.! ,,''» W.mtOlHS, (5,:f; (jUPlto tT.GOici'lt.Ot); common tni'otrduti tC.OO , nnilir Cincinnati Livettock ^-- R.juidpli, ij^MUj InolmlJni; S, I DO holdtvvr* [.fro, rnotlonLtuly noilve, nUtidx tit Wo lower; IIUK.I, Bcnlliin uiiwnrd fl'OIH 1ttn |iou«'J« gliowliiK full docIIno; b,.ttof ffindo ^uu to ^£u iiouniln kvortouuti niivttly 111,00; 16*1 Id tSU liuniidn, Itf.O; ^onio d( thu ljuat j£n ^ouudji. 49,0^; no IA ir,u voundn, 14,HG; UAWMI, jtuuily to ~wo4^: bunt, )imi)ps.::r, t'ATTI'U-UtmlDtii. WO; holduver*. 6!S; Btiit olA««fl jutiKly «tiindv: lomr (rrnl Kuioi'it ntict Ii,ilrtfr4, fa.OO^T.fv^ Hnniv rnvri . . lljilil wotitlil't (800^10,1)0; wlih prhi It It UK of yntirtltiKH upwiird to til; TTLOHE tVuC coivn I l.iiirM.nOg bu 1 l 1^^ outturn nnil ftnturs. C, tO'SS.r.o; pritciknl LOD inn I n, (ii,OU: viiiiiqi'ft u«ii(ty; (,-cciil nnd 11.8». 41H mil' -Itfli'oljitii. 1.^00: lumhii nttuttly (On lilKhur; hotUi' itrndn Unlit nwt htindr- wfllitlu Itlmin. ts.K'uiO.Ufi; n-ltli chtilrc tr«ln nffiu'higfl IIP III upwMM in J'J.SO; common tliriiwHit" montlt |i Ooiff^.no. iiimnimi and lull-It lamli* up to JT.iiDj «lionp ittfttrtf; (HI mvi(, C.Mfpa.OO: eidlj, dDvrnwnril to |1 0?. St. Loutf Hor»et and Malt* Tito norm* nud mulg nurtlon. bulh Mnn- :li\f HIM! 'I'utiKdny. ivnn an nvtlvti iifrnlr from nlurt lo finl^li nnd u traod flfrarftnco or huMvy voliituo nuil Ln[riudotl qulto n ' : or jruod h l n d ^ In biUri «1n«vofl, pnl iiiutvo Hlick Xdrti offvrtil. Ii'li i(ol:ifii ucCITATIONS--Oo»a !ti' ilriitl, t i l O u t U O f medium to ;oud driitl, ( 7 r ^ b l l ^ ; KHOd to chvlcn hiilikii. JiJuwflO; mottluni to ifiiod oh links. 'nkr to ttuol pnnihiirt! hnnm niouthnd aouthi'rttEitfi, KVL'IVU MULH QUOTATIdKE--Dm(t ·Nltl^H. 10 tv 17 ]uind4, |IT6Fi)?l{l; jnlue uuluf. It Lo 15,A tmiuln, H44^1TOi ixt^nr milos. nuiiin, fur, toud rinlr, 16 ti lf-~ inhdii. )iaui'M6(i: otilton niulen, iniiroi, 'nl, K°'V! lihtr. ll.3 to 1( hnntld; fI0#rt I H ; cutron itiuloji miiiro^ muffU tiittrea. I G tf* i[i.2 hvUitM, tTA4MCOl cotton nUllan.* imri'i. ritiiKii lialrwt, 14,} to 14 hnndn, IJ6 inn; home muldn, SlCS^Su |itr Itwid lew tlinn ninvc |i!jjtiLt1(in;i; farm mitten, brokt, nvnit liotiv, ID. z to tn linitdtt, tlS'BKO; me- iluni turni mitron, tfluwlfi: tami -- tfiin. Imtr tMxikt?. !£,£ to 111 liaudv, " uomniDn inutoti, (!0((f3(i. STOCK RALLIES FAIL AS DRIVE TUMBLES MART General Electric Plunges After Opening Rush of Seller. SPECIALS RETREAT ' I f l w I'nUerl frdsn.t KEW TfOBK, Oct. S2.--A Jrlvo against General Electric unsottl« the utock market near the el Wednesday after the Hat had rallied from a break In the morning, General Electric dropped to a new low for the preMnl shares and In Iti descent took with It other leaders, the latter losing nearly all their gains from early low*. Trading picked* up In volume. Other* Decline Westlnghodge Electric followed General ffilectrlc down. Westinghouse was acid on the earnings report for tho last quarter which showed ti return Inadequate for til vide ad payment. Both Issues have been targets of sellers In recent markets on tho theory they were selling too high In comparison with earnings. Near lh« cJoao lowes winged to nearly B points In Ilia lenders. Oils, rails, motors and special Issues retreated. Utilities lost fractions to more than a point. Open* Lower The market opened lower and then dropped. Before the end of the firsl hour U. S. Steel wau at 1431, against a previous close of 14fti. Leading Issues followed U. S. Stnol dowri. New lows for tho yesir 01 longer were made hy such representative shares ns General Electric Westlnghouso E lee trio, Baltimore £ Ohio, Chesapeake Corporation, Kickel Plate, .Radio, Goodyettr, Standard of New Jersey, Texas Corporation Auburn Auto and'a long list of leaser llghtn. JShort Itnlly A rally set In which carried over into the afternoon until the last hour, Then the pressure won turned on General Electric and when thai Issue broke to a further new low for the present share*, the whole Hat moved bock toward thf lows of Hie day made In the morning;. Trading picked up In volume the closo neared. News of the day contained nothing unexpected, but the trading slcmcnl paid attention only to the bearish Items, These Included lower car loading*, a 3 per cent, reduction In «tuel production, higher oil output nnd lower oil prlcen. HOGMARflJNEVEN; CATTLE UNCHANGED IVy Vnlttit /'iinto.1 CHICAGO, Oct. 22--Hog prices were uneven on the various markets Wednesday, ranging from lower to higher but averaging around steady Ltght receipts at se;--»1 points^ii the upward trend but others fctt the reaction on lessoned activity. Chicago was U to ISc higher nnd slow at the advance but packing sows were 10 to £5c and more up. The top was $9.75 with 180 to 300 Ibw. selling $9.40 to $9.60, Pittsburgh wan mostly 1Se lower. East Buffalo was fairly active with weight? above WO Ibs, steady to Sc lower while lighter averages were steady to Be higher. Cincinnati was moderately active and steady to lOc lower with pack. Ing sows steady to wcnk. East St. Loulw was fairly nctlve and mostly 10 to IBe h!,7her with pl K s, light and packing sows fully steady. Toledo was steady. Totals were 39,800 as follow*!; Chicago 17,000; Pittsburgh 3,000; Kos) Btiffalo 1,1500; Cincinnati 4,1100; East St. Ijoult 13,000: Toledo 500. There ·was it bettor tone to cattle markets Wednesday but prices remained about unchanged, RpeW were moderate and activity scatter- Chlcajro woa fairly active and strong to SBc higher on strictly grain fed steers nnd yernlings but lower grades and she stock were slow and mostly steady. Several loads of ycar- Ings sold arnnnd $1300 nncl weight bullocki at 112.00. Plttsbvrsh was normal. Hast Buffalo waa generally ,teady. Cincinnati medium grade steers and heifers were weak to 25? owor h\it the other grades and classes were mostly steady. East St. TjOiils steers were slow arid other classes steady. Toledo wna slow and steady. Of the 1(1,7(10 Chicago had 11.000; PKtshurgh 10: flnst But- K olo COO; Cincinnati COO; East St, 4,500; Toledo 150. Sheep markets continued to exhibit a higher trend but there wna moro steadiness to th* prices. Receipts wore about normal. Chicago was weak to S5o lower, the decline being a reaction on fat lambs. Top :o city butchers wan $B,!5 while tckers took the bulk of tho natives at $8,75. Pittsburgh was steady to strong. East Buffalo lambs were steady, Cincinnati lambs were mostly BOc higher with jh*ep steady. St. 'Louis fat lambs wore steady to S3o higher btit packers were bidding lower. Toledo receipts were tight and prices steady. Chicago 26,000; Pittsburgh l.BOO: East Buffalo 2,100; Cincinnati 1,300' East St, Louis 4.000; Total 96,300. TBBASCBY BAXANCK (Df Uatttd PrtH.) WASHINGTON, Oct 22 -- The Teaaury net balance on Oct. SO, wan 1291,932,292.97. Expenditure* for that day w«r* 121,809,306.11. Customs r» for the month to Oct 20, were WBD IN BFF1NGHAM EFFOTOHAM--Boy T. Shonnen of Jtchfltld and Miss Dorothy Nesbtt ot Hin*boro, ware united ID marriage n th» Methodist parsonage In thla city on Saturday afternoon, by the laetor, Rev, C. C. 'CulHson, who was last year the pastor of tbe Methodist 'wrch tf Lltchfleld Pillsbury Flour Mills Inc. Has Control of Scattered Mitt Chain Pillsbury Flour UUli, Inc., !· » g ooupmy for the PUlnbury HU1* oompttny. Tti» concwn lto*lf ha« no aVeU other than the capital atoek of the. later company which owni 12 flour ailllg In Hnn«- sotu, Kunnai, Oklahoma, Utlnolu, Oregon, and New York. Th» daily Hour capacity of the l j lliitiui-y ITlout Mllla company Is approximately 4fl,- 000 barrels and It' has an Qleratof capacity of IE.875,000 bushels of |rrain. In addition the company has IAOHOS on properties tn varlouo cltlt* and Is able to produce a large 'amount 'of c«r«4] product*. Branch warehotiMi and ulei otflcM ftr* located in ll large citl**. The operatlnr Iticome nearly tripled from 1024 to 1MT, dtollntd ID 193S but advanced again In the y«« and In ( June 30, 1930. Them wa» a illght drop recorded la tta fl*Jml year ended June SO, 1WQ, Net for tile ywx ended Juno 3d, amounted to 2£2B,lfU. Thli compared with K,8H,5M for the precedln( year. Th*r* )« m funded debt but the company 1 behind lh« bonfla of sub- sldtarlei to the amount of $7,140, MW Caplthl itook outstanding con»i*ti of H9,2S5 chur«D of no par common, Tbe dividend rate 1» 1! per annum, AM of June 30, 1030 total current OHfteta were J13,818,185, current 11' abilttka amounted to $7,100,817 and net working capital was 18,717,36* Book value applicable to the capital Block amounted o $39.46 a share. {Copyright, 1930, by the Boll Syndicate, Inc.) ifcCATURHERALD ,,.,, , WTBKIIW ,MUnt M Hw t»(*ntM eeM M eMuM date mattw. Bvenfni HifaM etrvtv Ibnrint aa»_lwv4v lUnlf Tlw flM M DMM ·UMOtUMKW B mell In nilMle W rural Witt, hi DeatW lenMe** MI* Mai- " in -" ' tarr en* rear Mi nvMtlu la L Thrap nomt)» In odUMt *f (Mpafw t*rrl On* I* On* rwr In Mono* JW itontlw In Wwnw T1tr»» nwttltw In ailnole On* » a«van»* Markets At a Glance it/U T7»f(.«J ftiuil ) STOCKS roily 1 to 3 points In dull trading, following break to new Iowa In early trading, BONDS work Irregularly lower on tjenertil soiling. CURB stocks dip to now lows under leml of utilities and oilu. CHICAGO STOCKS lower, Auburn weak. CALL MONKY holds at renewal rate ot 2 par cent. FOKEICN EXCHANGE Irregular; pflotrw strong. I LIVESTOCK: Hogk 10 to 15c hljcher, pttdclng HOWS up mora; cat- tlo alcady to Ntrong to 2Sc higher; w«ak to 35c lower, WHEAT continues rally from irly IOWM, gaining ntoro thim a rent tt bushel net; corn and oata strong. COTTON fiitui'ffl hoM steady neur previous closlne level* on per- Ntint traile buying; HUBBKR futures lone early gains HERDlMPROVEMENT GROUP VISITS RYE MACONJX), FARMS Five Macon county dairy furms ·wrif! visited Tucwlay by member* of tlio Mo«H*rlB County Herd Improvement aHsoclntJon on thnlr nnnual tour of herds In tho association. Besides the Macon county dairy- nun, who jolneil the tour, ffi. H. WnU worth, farm advisor, visltrt! throe of (arms with the Eroup. The !ln,coit of W. M. Dennis. Lewllc Scott, H. G. ITloyd, W. S. Rldgly nnd W. F. Farrell were visited In Macon mty. The dairymen sitppncl a 1 the home for luncheon at noon, ant Prof, W, W. Yftpp, of the dairy dc ( oartment of the College of Agrlcul :nre, Unlverally of Illinois, gave i inlk MI the fun tinman Lab of the dairy .nduslry, On Solid around Though there is u depression In the dairy industry, he gold, tt t» no wo roe than In luiy other Industry and dairyman itv tht rTord Improvement association are on solid ground Following dnlry herd fmprovemen 1 |iractlnen will help them come out o: Lho depression period. On the KMgcly farm the visitors saw one of the outstanding guernsey dairy herds in Illinois, Including some tine show animate and heavy milk and butter fat producers, W. F. Farrell has a herd of jerseys ihut has been In the Moultrle association for several years and topped the association for production In one year. Since the herd hns been in the association, Its average production ms ben higher each yctr than the your before, Mr, I'arrotl exhibited one 3old*Medal cow that has a ccurd ol moro than flOO pounds of butterrat tn year. Two other cows have that ·ecord in his herd, though not on the Gold-Medal tout. One of these produced that much butterfat In ten and ft half months when she had her first jreenup Residents to Visit in Pennsylvania GREENUP--Mr. and Mra. C, B. Scholl have left for a visit In Indiana and Pennsylvania, wltl) relatives and !rlendn. Mrs. H, W. Reynolds returned to ir homo n Toronto, Canada, after i few days visit tn Greenup "with ler couain, Mre, Earl Parker, and Tnmlly, Mr. and Mrs, Harold Locke and mn left Saturday for their home In Akron, O., aflor a visit, in Greemip with relatives and friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Gracson loft Monday for Springfield to attend the Jrand Lodge ot the Odd Fellow* and Rabekahri. Mr, and Mra. Henry Carter of Milwaukee, Wisconsin were guests the poat few days of Mr, and Mre, Scliuy- er Wright Mr. and Mrs. Tlieron Stoventi and wo children returned to their homo n Salt Lake City, Utah, after tt week's visit here with Mr, and Mra, Fred Tutewllcr and with Mi*. Stev una' parents, Mr. and Mra. Grant Oilier, In Caaey. ^ Prices of Grains In Decatur Market* Higher Prices of whwit and torn advanced Wednesday. Wheat went up one cent, closing at 67 cents; corn went up two cents and cloned at fil cen'ji, Other; prices on the D«calur market were: Hi»ta I4l. I Wlllult New. Ko, 4 Cfim ..,..,,.... Nn. ,1 vrhlM onin New liuiinii Ni*, t IJVB81OCK Tmna Cliol^ hdt«M [Jon*? Kiwi Weinum cow* VHLl CftlVAt , . OhOlC Vnl oul**» nullt Cir.) n 01 ti no ,,,, II it)t|«t»' . I) Ml* H.IIUOD.W .. , , . Spring InmM ftarut, oviir G t^ iriiu^, untlnr n bni]ni)ii ,, SprlntfK, ovir C liuunilri , , linrln £ t'DUIIlll Old 10 nnd Qtm ,......,,,,..,,,,, ,tl t llfill |p , HIUBN (llf L. A. H'lllllHt, Jlrlflit rnnitlum «fxil . , , . Itlitly HUIIT 'lorn lilikn. l^rff* ,«..*.,«., (tin* hlili'i . .rtnl tout JtM4* ,.,,,*,*,,. Curtrt nnlf hldm .,,. Groou (olf rddw. AMD rtroln . ,1* . I* IJ.SS . .01 .31 n .1" .30 EFFINGHAM MAN HURT WHEN STRUCK BY CAR EFPINGHAM-- Co^ T. Boon, 607 Eiut Jefferson Htvfct, wan Injurfd when a truck by an automobile urday evening noiir liU home us he .., f* tnnltn owmlrttt .............. .I1B.H oarrltr T)» tow»», IS o«nu AMOdatxt Pftm tilted I* tit* e» «f In t» It. or on all ·( *lt CASEY HOME NEARLY DESTROYED BY ORE CASEY .. Th* apkclauit liome ol Dr, ttnd Mr*, T. S. P»Jn»*r on WMt Mkin atrett caught (Ire tn tomt unknown mitnner HonfUy mornln(, and li ftlnwut MiT-r'«t«,y'rulnti1,Tn« roof WM Ablate befor* «w fl« *» discovered and the (IMDM bM gained nuch headway by the tlmt the flro department arrived that ibt dom«K« IH estimated at MODO, which in only partially c»«Mt by Intur. anet, Moul of the fumltuie on the tint floor wan cirrM out and nvwt. Mis* Muriel Phillip* of Aabmorc. ttrrlveii Sunday for a we*fc'« vlril with Ml*i Lucille Wilson, Ms* Ruth Scott, who hM m. port- Uon In Chllllcothe, ««m« Sundar *o vlult her father, Jet»e E. Scott »nd MMM SALE DATES PUBLIC Manor MTOONAU » » f PleuHant WHiion. who U a rtudent In the college In Kuiwka, pained the weekend hare wllh hi* pa«nl», Hev. nnd Mrs T. H. Wllwn. Mr. and Mrs. Olen McUllUui ajiil dnuKhUr Patricia Ann* o( Tern Haute, Ind.. were guetti Sunday of Ms winter, Mi 1 ", Andrew H. Lee Mid family, Mr, will Mr*. Ralph M. Brook* and aonit r-turned Suntlay trom weekend vlutt with relatlvM In P niouUi. Ind., ««mln« hom« via Peru, Ind., to nee the wlnltr quarUM «rf varloua clrcuMH, Mr. and Mre. Glen Pa-n« returned Sunday from an aulomoMI* trip on whlfth they visited her «ncl* r W. D. Turner and family In Tuala, and b.1* couiiln, Guy Payne In OKUhonw City. Okla,. for the jm«t two w*!«K«. J Frank Heck of Crawfordevllw, Intl. motored here Sunday to vl«lt Walter A. Newlln of the High iichoot faculty. Mr. Beck won formerly · couch at this hlRh Mhool. Mls« Ruth Korrwler, who U a In Die i»ach«r'» college in thft , with her par«ntn, Mr. i»d MM. EM t Mr. an) Mro. K-» turned Bun^ny *« v/an crosuiiij; the'Htree', The driver of Uic car »top])*j end took the injured nun to St. Anthony's hospital An Mr, BOOK fa a man |wat 73 ycaro of BK« It won ut first feared his Injuries might pro* · neHous but he waa ahlo to return home Sunday and B« ems to be nhout over the shock of tha accident. Floyd Call, of thin city wu* con slderubly bruised and ncratched and his car completely wrecked Sunday evening on Itoute 142, uoulh of Watson, when a car without any warning, drove In front of his machine. Two small Yvonne nnd Madonna, of Mr. and Mrs, Dean H. Wclker, were brought to Hie hospital here Sunday from Whetler, suf ferlng from an Intestinal 'trouble. An older lnu£hfcr Is 111 of th« same aliment In Wheeler. Mr. and Mra, Welker and their daughters, of Ohio, ai'o visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mr«. D 1C, Welker here and the latter'* parents, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Hannah inn, tn Wheeler, Tike children are reported better. COAL rtwm« rwi'3--"2! 1 ! E.E. Lilly SOR Feed--Coat--Bniblen' Morgan r«- him* In Au- EMPLOYMENT W A H T I p - M A L I * ttonu«ht)Minrtf- f" N * ( tntttKMK . «tTM*. lloni. Varnift cumum?. MAM Wu7iwl~r*'WMIIMl" to M t»ritun, ^^^ll^ In U««(||r \A* TK.j7li.w Minn. to buiinijji In tj«miij(. Mum (umtM) |]»0 |,, Hlcritit*ii,'l»t,t. Hi, cni W A KTMI ~t*r"~fHrn.tur *iW ti».«0 tnr fttik'lfi *tttrl MKAT jnTR».»W«nt.«4 II Mohr tMlniHt UttrlMiri niwlin.nl' 3«l»iit tft^*. , wwllfl*-)-- nl l-t. MOMSJl *^h k P (to. L«ini you DI, Wrl f'srt Mrr.liti, in iiMirli , tu lr ndci. A Wrll* ri. till* nitiiii( tit di With nflw her a weekend vlrtlt 1*r« parent*, Mr. »nd Mri. ChurkH A. I'lernon Mr. and Mr*. Mlchwl J. Puffy returned Monday by wtomoWle ttwtt Trench Mck »nd Went Baden, Ind,, where they h«d heen for the IMI treati«Mt »t the Iwo famous ,i .rtnifi. Mr. nnd Mre. John L. Go*set received a telegram nn-ounclng the lurlh ot an eltthl pound d»uth t -«r J° their »n, Dick Qos»«t and wtf« l» Chtcigo. on Saturdi*" Tl)l» '« w*lr first grnndohlld. FOUBINO PAVKMJBKT SHBL.BTVILLE - The concrete lias Irten poured on both *lde* of, the Frisco railroad at the erotMnff near the Andy Lumpp (»r» ' Rout* 168 north of WAN'fkJl H U K in Dk^^hHlL^H, it iliwt- m*iii ·,.ii ni roll n(." 1l»titi", l ,l.v»«, fr« mij niiuortunlly ir '«r il«t«l! (\, WANTED-«MALI Ol'B «AlfN|?rM*n'i : i.ttiwu Iw. MM) «r| r. (ir urn In it Wrllf for , Kolsr trnli)ia HcmHs K]j»i1tlti». jyeiin tind'T Malar lUny Mtltiort", «· lip* rou vu Ut fliwii»6-- ouillfitd its t«r tit* he»kl«t" MOl.lt (It K allot* Clltrlllii lip* ro ''""' Onljv ft short gap directly under UM rail*. road remain* to be poured. The concrete ha* been, covered with «tr«.\w t« protect It OLD HICKORY SMOKED SALT || V JOE SHAFER ft SON tW-JIt W. WiMtf M. CORPORATE TRUST SHARES A Moet BulwUnM«I Inve«tenf nl *t Pnwmt Allen Wiley (111 MUUfcln UUIWMM* . i,.,fc CtlAL Ut, 146 Nurth Pine SI. Telephone t-lfM PREMIER WEST VIRGINIA Setui-Anthnwlte COAL CLEANLINESS HEAT AND OOMFORT ABE YODBS Wh*n Van Horn UDDEMWiVP lUinoii Lump $6,00 The W« Owvy t M* UM CeawM* ·T OM Kirby Coal Co. ·00 Weat B*wrcr GOAL - GOAL - GOAL Economy Special Lump Hand t'orkod at the Car. No Dirt, Slack or Screening* in This Coal, $4,75 Per Ton Delivered Pay Cnsh mid Bconomtn Eeonony Coal Go, 18» M, Wftter thorn «J1 ATTENTION! We pay the highest price* for hide*. Be »ure to see or call ut before you sell. ' Simon Burstein Co. 541 Wabash.Ave. roar FEEDS ' rot UVE STOCK -, POULTRY * RABBITS wid PIGEONS AT LOWEST PRIOES Oompttt* Lbw of VMltojr Stock B«nt«t« mi ~ ' VBOMPT Soluifor t Son MMM PIMM St -- ttlMX * i 1 mom 4131 unrirrn ri T«I. 2-1364 JUNK-POULTRY BGC5--HIDES i:WiiJ.tirtWS M I.A.WALUNS M*fknM MIMw MNI

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