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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY FEB 7 1929 FALLING HOG RECEIPTS SEND PRICES 20 CENTS HIGHER CATTLE VALUES TREND STEADY Choice Butchers Bring While Sheep Are Steady CHICAGO Feb 7 re ceipts fell below the expected num her and the market was higher for the day Shippers gave good support and choice lots went as high as 1000 fresh arrivals ap proximated 52000 with 5000 direct to packers Piss gained 25c choice lols foing to Demand for cattle was fairly active at the start and values were strong Later the trade was only about steady Bulk oC steers sold at Cows and heifers had a steady market while calves were of Receipts were estimated at 7000 Fed lambs were generally steady to 2Bc higher and many Jots sold ai Big packers paid J1676 for good lambs while most culls eolc at 1400 down Feeders and aged sheep steady About 12000 sheep ar rived Receipts of livestock for the week 422S8 cattle 195575 hogs 60676 Bheap against 44238 cattle 151933 hogs 56071 sheep the same period las week and 39536 cattle 118419 hogs fiO084 sheep the corresportBIngweek last MASON CITY HOGS MASON CITY Pet Choice medium and butchers ISO to 300 Iba choice heavy butchers 310 to 350 Ibs J900 prime heavy 160 to 400 Ibs best medium weight sows 300 to 400 Ibs 1850 best heavy packing sows 400 to 450 Ibs S820 bis heavy sows smooth 450 to BOO IDS to BOWS ttiin rough and heavy 200 to 600 Ibs to JG50 best sorted lights 330 to 160 Ibs 5G50 to stags poor to good to Receipts 3380 CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO Feb 7 S depart ment of 62000 market active mostly higher top 1000 paid Cor n number of loads scaling 100240 Ibs butchers 250300 Ibs 200250 Iba 1000 160200 Iba 130160 Ibs packing sows 935 pigs 90130 Ibs calves 3000 slow steady tvade on most killing classes undepcndable most factors bearish talking lower on light vealers best steers around steers pounds pounds 950 1100 pounds common and medium S50 pounds up fed yearlings pounds 3525 heifers good and cholca S50 pounds down common and medium low cutter and cutter bulls good and choice beef cutter to medium vealers milk fed good and choice medium 1250 cull and common stock r and feeder steers good and choice all weights common andmedium SHEEP 12000 opening steady to 26c liighor mostly to outsiders choice lambs good to choice sheep and feeding lambs Rteady lambs good and choice 92 Ibs flown medium 1615 cull and common medium to choice 150 Ibs down cull and common 825 feeder lambs 975 160 to 200 Ib lights acklng sows average cost Vednesday J940 weight 236 fed steers and year Ings slow steady to weak she stock active strong to higher veals iteady stockers and feeders ecarce ed steers and yearlings Ight steers heifers ew beef cowa prac Jcal top veals Wheat Price Closes Low Corn Uneven CHICAGO 7 I prices for wheat formed tha rule most lambs 10 to 2Sc ot th6 time here today owing more or igher sheep uJ feeders steady fed jes3 to sympathy with action ot the ivooled lambs some held slocl Besides Liverpool Higher lat ewes 1900 and down feedj wheat quotation showed unexpected ing lambs aowmurns and weather conditions i for domestic winter wheat appeared SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK SIOUX CITY Feb 7 S de partment of 1500 calvoo 100 beef steers and year ings steady cow sand heifers steady to strong veals slow stockers and feeders scarce good yearlings bulk grain fed fed heif ers choice vealers around 35P slow around 25c higher bid J975 on numerous loads 180 to 310 Ibs ISO 230 Ibs packing sows 10 to 15c up bulk 925 CHICAGO LIVESTOCK FORECAST CHICAGO Feb 7 livestock receipt i for tomorrow Cattle 2500 Hogs 40000 Sheep 9000 Representative Sales j CHICAGO Feb 7 tlves sales exclusively todays trars actlons by the U S department of agriculture threatening despite cold and ab sence of snow protection in parts of Kansas and Nebraska In the late trading sales to realize profits did much to bring about reactions from price bulges in thecorn niurkct Wheat closed nervous at to c net decline March J123s Slay i to July to Corn unchanged to sc off March May 99 to j July to Oats down to a shade advance March 52i May July 49 to and unchanged to a rise of lOc Corn advanced rather sharply after the opening but the best figures were not maintained Intimations were re ceived of good cash sales of corn in the southwest to exporters Country offerings were slightly larger and the spot basis about steady Oats held wtihln narrow limits with action of corn the main influence 40 i 14 20 20 15 10 19 t 0 Heifers 6 0 0 2 2 3 a CATTLE sso S70 10SI 1301 76 1140 938 Sf i 1CS5 897 935 765 890 SOO HOGS 347 306 289 266 9 6 4 ight 233 211 205 19S 192 181 163 SHEEP 95 112 123 43 40 ed 316 516 Fat 16 8 ceding 46 18 158 162 142 131 si 31 sr 57 131 163 64 62 1175 1350 1285 1250 1150 1025 975 1040 S75 G 2u 11So 950 900 375 980 985 990 10 OU 990 3SO 1000 99u 1020 990 1000 1000 975 990 950 925 J725 1650 1725 1C25 950 850 1550 1 FUTURES CHICAGO CASH GRAIN CHICAGO Feb7 1 hard No 2 hard J12G 4 mixed No 6 mixed 90091 No 6 mixed No 3 yellow foHGiK No 4 yellow 9 94 No 4 yellow No 6 vel low No 3 white No 4 while No 5 white 9ti No 6 white 8914 sample grade 3 white No white 50U4P51 sample grade 49 sales Barley 63g73 Timothy seed 5SO Clover seed Lard Hlbs Bellies MASON CITY GRAIN No 4 corn 76c Oats 41c Barley 52c CHICAGO Feb 7 High 324i 127T4 i KANSAS crry LIVESTOCK 7CANSAS CITY Feb 7 3 department of 3000 fairly active mostly higher top on pounds butchers pounds punds packing atqck pigs calves 300 kllliig ielasses steady to strong stockers am toedera unchanged steers pounds pound 95001100 pounds J114 common and medium SCO pounds up fed yearlings pounds heifers pounds down com mon medium COWE common and medium vealers milk fed cull and common stocker and feeder steers all weights common and medium lambs strong to 25c higher sheep steady top fed lambs 92 pounds down 1625 medium cull and com mon JlOSfM owes Mar ifay July Mar May July Mar May Tuly RY El Mar May Tuly Feb Mar May July May July Mar May 1385 July 96 100 53s 50 110i 09Vi 11 S2 1222 1250 1300 Barslou Swea Gity Grappler Wins Over Wilden of West Bend STVEA CITY Feb the sec ond athletic show of the mat season Low 12354 98i 101 108 lOSi 1 SO 1217 1247 1377 C1050 96i 99 101 2 dark hard J335 No 3 nominally No 2 hard No No 2 red nominally No S nominally 13C Corn 160 cars unchanged to Ic low er No 2 white No 3 No 2 yellow 90 No 3 No 2 mixed No 3 SGll S7V Oats 2 cars unchanged to low er No 2 white nominally No 3 nominally PRODUCE SIASONWTY Feb Cash quotations E G Morse i Eggs No 1 2Sc No 1 26c POULTRY pounds and over J2c lie 23c 17o ITo 12c Iftc 15o lie 23 20 20o Z3c Heavy bens Light hona Spring chickens heavy breeds Stags heavy Leghorn Leghorn stags Old cocks heavy i Ducks Turkeys young toms Young hen turkeys Old toms Old hen turkeys Merchants Eggs Intrade 30c Hetail price eggs 34c Dairy butter 44c Potatoes per peck 2Sc bushel Vac OTHER LOCAL MAHHETS Hay and Straw Timothy hay baled ton new 23 Straw per ton UIDE9 AND WOOL Quoted by Wolf Bros No 1 J400 Su 300 S7e Rejects 2Zc Horse hides Cured beef hides Green beef hides Bright wool Semibright wool CHICAGO POULTRY TRODUtli CHICAGO Feb 7 alive steady 15 trucks no cars prices unchanged Butter unchanged 5249 tubs esgs higher 746S cases extra firsts 39Vi 40 firsts ordinary firsts 32 6 Potatoes 101 cars on track 224 to tal U S shipments 753 cars trading fair market steady Wisconsin sacked round whites and North Dakota sacked round whites fancy shade higher Ida ho sacked russets few shade higher CHICAGO PRODUCE FUTURES CHICAGO Feb 7 fu tures closed Storage standards Dec 43U Feb March fresh standards Juno Egg futures Fresh gathered firsts Feb refrigerator standards Nov storage packed firsts April STOCK LIST in Trices NEW YORK Fob 7WH Air Reduction 10G All Chem Dyo 287 AUis Chalmers 178 Am Powerf 141 114 87 llOi 110 YORK PRODVbE NEW YORK Feb 7 Firm receipts 20582 nearby hcn J nery white closely selected extra 42 i irregular chickens frozen 2S5I4 firm chickens by ex press 32 turkeys by freight 11 so 1190 1217 1247 1300 1335 1335 1385 1435 receipts 11035 creamery higher than extra fg 61 extra 92 score SOi fiist SS to 31 score GRAIN COMPARISONS CHICAGO Feb 7 SODTH ST PAUL LIVESTOCK SOUTH ST PAUL Feb7 3 department of steady steers and year lings in light supply few yearlings held upwards of bulk salable J10 plainer kinds to she stock unchanged stockers and feeders alow calves 1800 vealers very alow lirospects about steady good lights largely 51250 with a few to opening sales sorted 160 to around 220 pounds to shippers J980 mostly 20c higher top packer grades alow light lights ard pigs unevenly higher light lights av eraging 140 pounds and up nothing done on better Rtirtes lambs or sheep bidding weak to 2Iic lower on fat lambs or 1575 asking higher few sales fat na tives look weak to 2Sc lower bidding sharply on ewes or moBlly for nest kinds snll cra asking around hero Alfred Barslou of Swea City won over George Widen West Bend Wil den had defeated Barslou about two years ago in a bout at West Bend This was one of few defeats ever gained over the Swfa City grappler Wilden had been defeated only once In his entire matcareer extending over a number of years The first fall came after one hour and five minutes when Barslou threw Wilden with a head scissors of double toe hold The nest fall came after 32 minutes of hard wrestling and was won by Barsiuu with a bar arm and body scissors The preliminaries consisted of three boxing bouts and one wrestling match The first boxing bout was between the brothers two local boys who put on a good boxing match which was a draw The next also waa bout between two Hoosler brothers also a draw A one Tall ten minute wrestling bout was put on by Raymond Barslou and Arther Wilden ot West Bend This was a draw The final bout was a boxing ev nlbltion between Tuffy Alberts of Bancroft and Bud Olsen of Swoa City This was the best bout of the evening and ended in a draw al tho In he second round Alberts almost ready for the count The next bout In which Barslou will take part will be on Wetlncadny Feb 13 when he meets Frank Blakely of Aberdeen S Dak OMAHA LIVESTOCK OMAHA Feb 7 S depart ment of 1300 direcl 15 to 2oc moslly 25c htBh ton 1985 200 to 325 Iba Plover to Be Scene of Sectional Meet PLOVER Feb is making extensive arrangements to entertain Lhe statj sectional basketball mcnt to be held here March 1 and 2 A new balcony has been built on both sides of the gymnasium which will in crease the sealing capacity by 800 Plover basketball teams are very successful senson The boys have won 15 out of 10 Rames played The girls winning 10 out of 15 The Ida Grove girls last years state champions will play the Plover girls j Close Tr Ago 130T Mar May Julv Mar May July Mar May July Mar lOSi Close Yes terday Opening Today Miscellaneous MINNEAPOLIS FLOOR MINNEAPOLIS Feb 7 unchanged 30373 barrels Bran SUGAR MARKET NEW YORK Feb 7 sit gar rjuict No sales reported and prices Am International Am Sm Ret Am Sugar Am T T Anaconda Andes Cop Jlin Atehteon All Ref Bait Ohio Barnsdall Beth Steel Calif Pet Canadian Pac Cerro de Pasco dies Ohio Chic M St P Pac Chic N West Chic R I Pac Chile Copper Chrysler Colorado Fuel Col Graphaphone Col Gas El Comwith Power Cons Gas Corn Prod Curtiss Aero Drug Inc Electric Power ft Light Gen Am Tank Gen Blec Clan Mut CJimbel Bros Gold Goodrich Gt Northern pCd Gt N Ir Ore Ctfs Graham Patee Green Can Con Hudson Motors Hupp Motors Tnt Com Bng Int Harvester Inter Nlelcel Int Tel and Tel lohn Kan City South Kennecot Kolster Kadio Co Kroer Groc Mack Truck Marland Oil Maytae 2B Mex Scab Oil Mid Cont Pet Mo Kan and Texas Mo Pacific Monte Ward Nash Motors National Biscuit Nat Cash Register Nat Dairy National Tea New York Central N Y N 11 and Hartford North Pacific Packard Ian Am Pet B Paramt Fam Las Park Utah Mines Pennsylvania Peoples Gas f Phillips Pet Poatum Radio Rem Hand op Ir St ears Roebuck hell Union Oil nclair Con Oil 3 Pacific outhern Ry an Gas El t Oil Calif t Oil N J t Oil N Y tew Warner tudebaker exas Corp ex Gulf Sill Imken Roll Brg Jnlon Carbide hlon Pacific tT S Rubber U S Steel Ictor Talking Mach Warner Bros Pict Elec Viliys Overland Woolworth Wright Aero ellow Truck 213 124 50 198i j 071j 213 58ri 89 133 69 7H4 118 103 85i 155 120 57Vj 235 73 Vi 46 A 54 104 20S 36 22i 45 31V 49 Vj 7P4 132 106 186 12515 127i 341Ji CREDIT ORDER LOWERS STOCKS Federal Reserve Move Is Cause of Decided Break NEW YOnK Feb 7 fed eral reserve Iwards pronounement that speculative credit must bo re strained and the rise of 1 per cent in the bank of England discount rate kicked the props from under the stock market today and prices tumbled 2 to points in the greatest wave of sell ing since the December break Partial recoveries took place In a midday rally but prices again slid down at the finish When prices lilt the toboggan again the late afternoon selling orders over ran the market Radio extended ItB early decline to 26 points and Johns ManviUe to 23 TJ S Steel got down to 174 and Pere Marquette and Packard suffered losses of 9 points The closing was weak Sales proximated 5300000 Federal Reserve Aids in Preventing Panics Says Lumber Speaker COUNCIL BLUFFS Feb 7 federal reserve system protected the United States from Dr StanleyJCreibs of New York told mem bers of the Southwestern Iowa Retail Lumbermens association here BOND MARKET NEW TORK Feb 7 in the bond market today turned reac tionary following the downward trend in stocks on unfavorable overnight de velopments in the credit situation All tha recent market leaders fell backone to more than two points in the early trading Selling was heaviest In convertibles American International 5Ms Anacon da Copper 7s International Telephone and Porto Klcan American Tobac co Gs registering substantial losses Southern Railway convertibles 5s wero strong on forecasts oC Improved business conditions Other rails how ever were weak St Paul Adjustment 3s yielding to selling pressure Industrials sold off International Cement 5s dropping 2 points and Cu ban Cane Sugar 8s touching its low figure for the year Utilities were in active and steady Pirelli 7a continued their downward trend in the irregular foreign list KIWANIANS HEAR OF SCOUT WORK Short Talks in Connection With Birthday Week Feature Meeting Boy Scout work in connection with a observance of Boy Scout week in aaon City occupied Kiwanls ub at Aregular noon luncheon at Hanford Thursday with J C nderwood head ot the local Boy cout organization and at arioue troops addressing gather S Erdli Swift announced that luraday after school hours each Ki anian will entertain one boy at his ace of business for one hour the buy mg the same things as nearly as issible as the man to whom he Is signed Evron Karges boys Y dl ctor announced changes in the 121T4 92 V 35 V4 55 S2i 127 4 129 06 39 101 123i unchanged at 374 for spots dut 137 paid Refined unchanged at lor flru granulated ioas 103U May July Meb Mar May July May 1005 53 40 109i 108 II 20 1172 July Mar May July 1122 J2M 1232 1257 H77 11 S3 1217 1247 1290 1335 1335 3375 1430 1100 1317 1217 TOLEDO SEEDS TOLEDO Feb 7 un changed LIBERTY BONDS NEW TORJC Feb 7 S boiidH closed Liberty S1S Liberty 1st 4148 1001 Liberty 4th 4Us 1004 Trcasurya 10030 OMAHA GRAIN OMAHA Feb 7 1 hard No 2 hard No 1 northern spring smutty 3 white No 3 yellow SJi No 4 white No 3 mixed 3 white 49W No 4 white MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MINNEOPOLIS Feb 7 239 cars compared to 239 year ago Cash No 1 northern No 1 dark northern 14 per cent pro tein if 13 per cent 12per cent No I dark bard Mbntrina 14 per cent to arrive No I red durum July S yellow S white May hero Friday night and the Esthcrvllle I boys will play the plover boyii KANSAS CITY OBATX KANSAS C1TV Feb 7 J147 can unchanged to Ic lower No WORTH MAN WINS CREAM CONTEST G Gabriel Presented Gol Medal at Northwood for State Championship NORTHWOOD Feb county is proud of the fact that on ot Its successful farmers Gayhart Ga brlel who lives three miles north o Northwood Is the winner of the firs prize over the entire stato for creai as scoredIn the testing association Of 5000 members in tho state h cream showed tho highest rating wit 96 per cent nnd at tho annual mce Ing of the Formers Butter and Cream association of Northwood which wn held Monday ho was presented a go medal presentation being mado by A W TEcdnick of tho dairy extension d partment at Ames Anybody who believes wisdon cornea with age has never watched blonde vamp majtlns a monkey a Madison Dcmocra 108 131 42 12 77 2459S 38 Tl4 3G4 31 V4 160 26M 152 88 67 48 K 40 130 S3i taA 75 213 219 175 122 30 203 267 37 GRAIN NOTES CHICAGO Feb 7 the undertone better prices for wheat moved up This despite the lack of a clearly defined trend in the grain Fit operations far the pres ent sway values altho an enlarge ment in outside buying factors Corn influenced by reports of ex port business also advances gaining over the early low in yester days dealings Close also comes high er Oats and rye reverse Tuesdays ac tions by advancing The light trade In shows influence from wheat ac tions Active bidding for cash corn shows i restriction to exporters Country of ferings for this grain ave not large Local handlers book 75000 bushels to arrive including 50000 from outside marts Choice cash oats are scarce Recent severe freezer damage the winter oats crop in thesouth Sales of from 400000 to 600000 bushels in all portions show foreign demand for cash wheat to bo the best in several weeks Standard Oil Intl NEW YORK Fob Oil Indiana closed at on the curb today Passed Up ROB FULKERSON Fears for damage to new wheat crops in India arise from cable Uls patches reporting prevalence of cold weather Wheat sources In Europe and China also included in grip continued cola FROM PAGE 16 ico where ho had desk room The five thousand dollars worth ot atock he had sold Mrs Brown was not worth the paper It was printed on as Georgo discovered Mrs Brown believed Jn the sharper for several days but finally broke down and wept day and night Only a few hundred dollars were lett In the bank so Betty began looking for a position She had no experience and was just about ready to tako a Job as a saleswoman In a department store when her mother became so 111 she was not able toleave her In a month after Brainard disap peared with Mrs Browns life Insur money they had laid her to rest beside her husband and Betty wa left alone Mrs Brown lind not re covered because sho had not tried to tho sympathetic doctor explained The store of money was all spent Georse Harris advised Betty to sell the furniture keeping only enough to furnish a small room So Betty established herself In a rooming houso with less than n hun rired dollars to her name and no abil ity to earn a living except by dancing TO BE CONTINUED Mf et at Nora Springs NORA SPRINGS Feb Crescent club entertained at the homo ot Mrs Mabel Chapman It wont bo lonpr until the news writ ers will bcRln npcaklnir of Mr Cool IdKe as tho retiring president nllho for nearly elfiht ycnrH he has been one nf our most retiring Kansu Cltr Star Omaha reports sale of about 00 bushels of cash wheat 100 Manly Council Votes to Increase Mayors Salan MANLY Fob the Februar meeting of the town council It was voted to Increase tho salary oC th mayor from a meeting to J10 thl making the fixed salary flio a yea Instead of The old ordinance concerning th mayors salary was repealed by vol of the council It was voted to do away with th customary tlireo readings and thu tho new salary Is to be paTd begin nlng with the present month Germany Refuses to Allow Trotzky to Pass Thru Country LONDON Feb 7 re ports from Moscow and Berlin toda seemed to Indicate at least two thing Leon Trotzky Is still in sovi territory and that persons approache tho Berlin government and asked I formally If lie could bo exiled there ThPflo wero told It would bo uscles for the soviet to apply for a consul visp which would permit Trolzky enter Germany DomoHtic political con ditlons and the four for RuBioGerma relations In event of his ivssoHSin or untoward political moves of h own wore nfifilpned reasons On tho hand certain Gcrma officials denioil there hud Iwen of clal notion by pltlior Germany or tl soviet in the matter altho ncltnow edfflnK Informal feelers from Mosco and the Russian embassy at Berlin this year sponsored SUICIDE TRY BY JAILBIRD FAILSj Clifford Helland Drinks Lysol While in Jail at Forest j City FOREST C1T3T Tab Helland who with Ills brother Philip has baon held In jail since Jan 15 on a charge of drunkenness attempted suicide Tuesday noon by drinking ly sol which ho claimed he had in hi suitcase After lysol rushed t his brother with a sealed letter ex claiming I took poison broth er immediately notified Sheriff Swen8 who called Dr Tom Irish In meantime forcing Helland to drink larga quantity ot milk After doctors administrations tho man rallied altho still In a dan gerous condition sealed letter a fartwell message to his wife and baby whom said to driven from hlu1 home the Sunday preceding ari while in a drunken HIsA wife has been ataylrur at home of her rarents and divorceproy oeedlngs have etarted which are exj to come up this term of court I The eranfl jury went Into sesslorjj yesterday morning and as yet has turned no Instalments I GL eject method f Kiwanians Educational Program Underwood discussing scout uric saM that much bad been done contly to a tress the educational up rtunitles in the worlc Ha iutrc uced lred Buck junior uutmaster of troup 14 who Uiscus6cd a merit badge describ g the requirements necessary to ob m such a badge Hughes Bryant then spoke on the erlt badga which he had most en yed obtaining that of camping hlch he described as being among e most exacting Dan Shire lucal o chief explained that Friday at 4 m the Boy Scouts of the city ure uncover and make uvery drant in the city The chief stated at he had been unable to get prop ty owners to so do and that the oula offered the solution Most hy ants said Mr Shire are so inacces 3le that by the timea hoso could lc tached a house would burn tu the ouud THayer Curry senior patrul leadtv ave a brief discussion OL tlic ruqulre ents leading to attainment oC Jingle out rank To so become a scout uat have passed 21 merit budgis id be physically fit Khvanians Thanked William Bartmess delivered a short ilk thanking Ktwanians and all aer ce clubs for the liclp whlcli had been ven the organization sayingr that it ail Increased interest and was helping he youth ot Mason City to form cats early Dr B Raymond Weston recently amed president of the North Iowa ouncll brot the talks to a close by how the interest of scout ork once a man had entered it was Irons enough to keep him there He ressed In connection with the merit adge program tho fact that young en ars considerably aided in early lolce ot a vocation R W Batimgartner was awarded IB weekly prize given to the members satisfactorily answers questions oncerninsr Kiwanls Student Publication at Toronto University Is Ordered Suspended TORONTO Feb 7 a the University of Toronto Jiad toi obtain their campus news from a bull etn published by the students ell due to a suspension of Var slty the school daily l Leonard J Kyun oflitor of Varsity xvas dismissed at u meeting of ths exc cutive committee of tho student sd m In Es trait vc council due to an otlli torial appearing in yesterdays issue of tho paper The editorial continued a controver sy which arosa over editorials in paper in support of petting Th controversy apparently had been eel with announcement that the pa per in Ihe future would not pubtEsl which couUl be Improper Tho last editorial to tho eCfoot of feminine on pro Railways Are Still j Below Their Needed Earnings Says I CENTRALA Til Fob 7 erica n railways in 1D2S earned 1 than the uuuunt it is I under the Saw they should earn C DI Morris of Iho Western Railways cotiiy nilttoe on public relations today tow V the Centralia Lions club While it is true that the retmnsU of last year were a fraction of 1 i cent better than m 1927 he saidU j they were still very much short ofu j what the raids should and must earnljj if the present service is to be indeCinj Itcly maintained jjji In no other industry do we expect demand tho efficiency In service required of the railroads and unlesrj our present poliuy wth iespect to railroads shall be materially modlfieO in the future It Is difficult to VI and St L Waits Two Hours for Snowplow The northbound M and St L enger train was held for two hours it Hampton Wednesday night waJt rjgfor a snow plow which went ahead o clear the track The snow was drlft so rapidly a dozen shovelers were also put on the train to Insure Us afety diet what be the ultimate outcome Hockforcl Teacher III ROCICFORD Feb ICaldenberg is in a hospital In City where she is recovering from a nervous breakdown Slie has been the Instructor In domestic art In tho Rock ford high school for four years but has been compelled to give up her work for tho remainder of the year Mis3 Vander Kraan of Pairie City baa been engagred to substitute for Mrs Kaldenberff Youve worked hard for your it Invest in good safe BONDS A fast at you accumulate surplus funds anchor the money in good cafe marketable BONDS such aa this institution underwrites and distributes you will enjoy an everincreasing SECOKp INCOME through the years ahead and iyou will have a strong reserve ready for any emergency Get in touch with our local representative He will give you without obligation complete information and descriptive literature on high grade bends broadly diversified as to type of security maturity and geo graphical location You can SELECT the securities you need from a wide choice GEORGE MFORMAN Inrfstnttnt Bond Since 1885 112 West Street Chicago ELMER E PRATT Local Representative Tratt BuUilhir First SI S E Mason 961   

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