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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - May 8, 1939, Brainerd, Minnesota Page two the skat fjord daily dispatch Brainerd Minnesota monday. May 8. 1939 concerning folks you know mrs. Duncan carbine 624 Oak Street and or. Everett my Qullin 924 North Bluff tre it a left this morning to attend the Aba convention at the Radisson hotel Minneapolis. The Delegate will be gone two Day. Eagle regular meeting tuesday followed by refreshments. 235ti j mrs. Obrien and son Dillon of Cohasset visited with or. A j Hagberg 624 Norwood Street yes-1 Ter Day. Mrs. Tom Scott of Garrison it bit j de in Brainerd today. Myles Hall of Duluth spent the week end in Brainerd visiting i parents me. And or. Frank Hall 209 North fourth Street. Morris Haaker of Duluth and Fiance Polaczyk of Brainerd applied for a marriage License May 6th. Mothers Day is May 14, this coining sunday. A Fine selection of Blooming plants and Cut Flowers awaits you at our greenhouse at prices which Are within reach of All. Open sundays and evenings until decoration. Brainerd greenhouse 9th and Laurel. Phone 929. State convention to be held Here Brainerd will he Host to the state j convention of the Samaritan l be j association to he held in the Moose Hall beginning wednesday at ten o clock a. In. Quot the As the organization is known is a we l known insurance company operating on the fraternal plan of i Sui Anee. A complimentary banquet will he tendered officers and delegates at miss Hilda Dybvik. Clifford Dybvik. Mud Hedlund and Clayton Peterson motored to Duluth yesterday morning returning the same evening. Robert 8chuld of Minne Apo ii visited with Friend in the City yesterday. Miss Grace Clark. Miss Jean Button. Melford Kurz and Bill Herrman motored to Fergus Falls Over the week end. Here they visited Pete Bursch. Mrs Laura Sherlund. 1002 South Broadway left today for an extended visit with her daughter in Portland. Mrs Harvey Phillips. 910 South sixth Street is visiting in Pillager today. Beer on tap. Wiedl s Shady Point resort. 224t31 miss Glen Adean Mahood returned last evening from Minneapolis. Where she spent the week end with friends. Miss Catherine Wyett of Minneapolis visited with her brother and sister in Law. Or. And mrs Leroy Wyett Over the week end. John Folsom of St. Paul visited if parents. Or. And mrs. Walter Folsom 315 North third Street Over the week end. Mrs r e. Cunningham. Or. And mrs. Thomas Gallivan and or. De Allen of St Paul were called Here by the death of their sister. Mrs. Mary e. Mccabe. Will Anderson visited in Minneapolis yesterday. Black dirt rotted manure. Call 1234. 230t5 or. And mrs Louis Hanson. 318 North seventh Street attended the baseball game in Minneapolis sunday. Or. And mrs Lester Hage. 408 quince Street returned last evening from Minneapolis where they attended the baseball game. Miss Selma Brockway is confined to the St. Josephus Hospital where she underwent an emergency appendectomy saturday morning. Miss Edna Mccabe of Minneapolis and or. N. D. Larkin of 8. Paul were called to Brainerd by the death of their Mother mrs. Mary e Mccabe. Misses Dorothy Krekelberg Dorothy Tugwell Maie Adair Marie Denis Evelyn. Mutaz Mildred Kampmann Mes. Beth Murray Ann Gordon and Marion Mcgill returned last evening from Duluth after attending the daughters of Isabella state conclave. Or. And mrs. Albert Rathert of Minneapolis visited at the Rev. F. C. Rathert Home Over the week end. Miss Margaret Schmidt of it. Paul was a week end guest at the Home of or. And or. Walter Folsom. My Purdy the Hanaford hotel tuesday evening at 6.30 o clock. Mayor Frank obituary # mrs. James b Mccabe mrs. James b Mccabe. 75. A Ruxi a Dent of this Community for 20 years died sunday morning in St Joseph s Hospital after an illness of several Days. Funeral services will be held in i St. Francis Catholic Church tues Day morning at 9 30 of clock. Interment will be at Graceville. Min where or. Mccabe who died nine years ago is buried or. Mccabe i survived by eight children mrs. M. D. Larkin St. Paul or. P. A Larkin. Miss Genevieve Mecabe and William Mccabe of Brainerd mrs. R. E. Crowley of Santa Ana Calif i Edna Mccabe of m Neapolis a. A. Mccabe of great fall mont., and mrs. M. A. Taffe of Graceville. Two Brothers three sister and seventeen grandchildren also survive. Mrs. Mccabe had been living on a farm Southwest of Brainerd. William Gibson funeral services for William Gibson. Who died at Merrifield Friday morning were held this afternoon at the Hoenig funeral Chapel wih Rev. Edward o. Barrows officiating. Interment a in the Mission cemetery. Leach s opponent nominated today of Lindbergh in new unit Orr closing markets Minneapolis. Minn. A cup a mayor George e Leach was expect b Johnson will deliver the address i de t0 be nominated today a min of Welcome. Supreme president c. Papo i voters trudged to the polls Harold Richter of St. Paul and several other supreme officer will attend. The Brainerd Council of the in for the City primary. Who among the 17 other candidate for nomination would be a looted by the voters to oppose him Durance company a organized 35 a that Gtna Tion remained an open years ago. Charles w. Hoffman question. Financial Secretary and or. Her i a fairy am 0f the 17 campaigned Man Ebinger is presiding officer at i in platform attacking vice in min Fth present time. I Neapolis and promising to a clean the Minnesota state president is i up while the mayor reiterated his mrs. Lucy Purdy of Duluth and the that the City is one of state Secretary is c. A. Carlson the Best of its size morally. Tracy. Mra. Purdy will preside at among the candidates seeking session to be held Bere. Lone of the two nominations open were the Rev. Luke Rader brother mum Roo of Priam of Evans exist Paul or Chi afcomun1 who Camel an Evans Eli to technique into politics. Revtt Wliam Cait fut also out War cd m Roan Talon Jun jul Quill who a presentation of motion pie i Tures of gambling in Minneapolis a resulted in 27 indictments. Roan showed the pictures at his rallies and claimed they were taken by seven University of Minnesota Stu Dent who concealed the cameras under their Coats. T. A. Eide appeared As a possible wheat prices drop off As Rains fall in Southwest Winter Belt a military Man is col. Charles a. Lindbergh pictured for first time since his return to u. S. In uniform of rank Lindbergh strides across Lambert Field. St. Hours above during Survey of nations air forces. Chicago beneficial Rains in the Southwest Winter wheat Belt turned wheat prices downward on the Chicago Board of Trade today. The May future developed a relatively steady tone. Corn and Oats were off fractionally. At the close wheat was off % cent to in rents May 74 Corn was off to a a cent May 49%, and Oats were \ to % cent lower. May 33 %. Heavy liquidation depressed wheat % cent to 1% rents at the opening. Stop loss orders were uncovered on the decline. Later trading was quieter and fair commission House support was uncovered. Kansas City wheat futures lost about a cent. Moderate to heavy rain were reported in wide sections of Kansas. Oklahoma and Nebraska. The forecast was for fair weather in Kansas. Crop reports from the Southwest were generally unfavourable but traders believed that the moisture received Over the week end would Benefit prospects considerably. Export business in North american wheat was slow. Spring wheat areas in the Northwest received less precipitation and the Minneapolis Market displayed less weakness than Chicago. Liverpool wheat closed % to % cent lower Winnipeg was closed for Arbor Day. Commission House Selling carried Corn prices % cent lower in Early trading but fair buying steadied the Market. Export business was Flat. Metals Market new York a a custom smelters prices for delivered metals cent per Pound unless otherwise designated it Copper electrolytic iou a 104 Export io.14-.19 casting , refinery 9 ii Lake delivered 10%. Tin spot Strait 49%. Lead new York 4.75-80 East St. Louis 4.60. Zinc new York 4 84 East St. Louis 4.50. Antimony american ii. Box Idaho $210� 2.30 hag Maine $3.40 3.65 180-lb bag. Hides City Packer firm native steers to butt brands to Colorado i to. Dressed poultry steady to firm turkeys 21/29% chickens 13� 27 i broilers 17� 23 Capone 23� 32% fowls 14% a 23 a Long Island ducks 12% a 14. Live poultry fairly Active geese to Turkey 10 57 25 roosters Ion 15 ducks 12� is fowls 18�21% pullets 18� 20 broiler 12 a 20. Butter receipt 715.272 lbs. Market firmer Creamery higher than extras 23%� 24% extra 92 score 23 a 23% first 90 to 91 score 22%� 23 first 88 to 89 score 21%� 22 seconds 20� 21. Egg receipts 38,655 cases Market irregular extra fancy to fancy 18% �20% standards 18 firsts 16%� 17 seconds 15% �16% mediums 15% a 15% dirtiest 18% it 15% checks 14% storage Parks firsts 17%. Washed Large size up to $1 65 Minnesota cobblers u. S. Commercials $1.20 Minneapolis closing Cash minneapolis�?<1.p��? Corn no. 2 yellow 46\�47%, to arrive 46% no. 3 yellow 45%� 46%, to arrive 45% no. 4 yellow 42%� 44 no. 5 yellow 39%�42% no. 2 mixed 45% a 46%, to arrive 45% no. $ mixed 44%� 45%. To arrive 44% no. 4 mixed 41%�43% no. 8 mixed 38%� 41%. Oats no. 2 White 31%� 32% no. 3 White 30 a 31% no. 4 Whit 29% a 30%. Barley malting Choice 44 48 1b. 52�66 Good 43-46 la. 43�51 medium 42-45 la. 38� 46 Low grads 40-42 la. 36� 42. Barley feed no. I. 47-48 la 39 /47 no. 2 46� 47 la. 38� 46 no. 3 43� 45 la. 34� 44 Low Grade 80� 33. Rye no. 2 43%�47%. South St. Paul livestock South St. Paul. cattle 4.500 Saleable 4,550 total yearling and Light steers steady weightier kind slow but Early sales steady Slaughter she Stock steady bulls or dealers steady week Stocker and feeders scarce steady medium Good Slaughter steer and yearlings $8.25� 9.50 Plain kinds $7� 8 bulk heifers Early Chic ago produce a butter receipts 836.528 Gross lbs. Market steady 93 score 22% 92, 22 91. 21% 90. 21%, car 21% 89. 21 car 21% 88, 20%. Car 20%. Egg receipts 48,400 cases Market easy fresh graded firsts cars 16%, less than cars 16 extra firsts cars 16%, less than cars 16% checks 13% current receipts 15 dirtiest 9.50 medium j7.50fi8.50 beef cow. A for it few it a Ltd pm it a a. Washington rep. Louie Ludlow d., ind., said today that because of the International situation he would introduce a Resolution to keep Congress Herf until the next session begins on Jan. 2. A when International relations Are i opponent for Leach claiming form tense and there is a Prospect that or labor and Trade Union support. We May become involved in War. The place of members of Congress is in the City of Ludlow said. A there have been so Many intemperate ill advised truculent and War promoting speeches by Cabinet ministers near Cabinet ministers and others hat the country has become genuinely alarmed and is looking to Congress to do its part in maintaining the International equilibrium and in keeping America out of threatened foreign Fine fencing in the bizarre race were brother Dan and de Harding. Among the candidates was Frank j. Mcaweeney who admitted a police record going Back 37 years As he filed and who promised to Send the 300 hoodlums he claims Minneapolis is harbouring scurrying out of name of 210 candidates appear e Don the ballots for nomination in the various offices of whom 54 will be nominated for 27 offices. It takes about 40,000 years to form four feet of Good soil the minimum needed for Good crop producing land. A tropical Lizard the flying Gecko glides from tree to tree by expanding frills along its sides. Information wanted will anyone who has recently seen my father Mel or m. H. Benson commonly known As a Jack Pine Benson or knows his whereabouts please Contact me at once. John a. Benson phone 570-w 810 South 8th Street j Julio Sanchez right cuban sugar planter hooked this 244-Pound Broadbell swordfish near the Mouth of Miami Harbor. It is the largest Ever taken on Rod and reel off the Florida coast. Cain Ted Lister has hold of the big fellow a Saber. Michigan Forest fires controlled Atlanta Mich. Cd re a Forest fires that swept through 100.000 acres of Rich Timber and farm land were brought under control today by 2,000 fire fighter and civilian conservation corps Crews. Ray Hunt chief of the state Forest service office said the six major fires raging in a 50 mile Square area in the northeastern tip of Michigan slower Peninsula were checked during the morning Ani that there appeared to be no Dan Ger of the flames spreading into new Forest country. Hunt said ail available equipment from the surrounding territory had been brought into play and that the firefighters had won their three Day Battle against the flames. The devastation from the fires that were apparently set by Ince diarist was greater in three Day than the state s total beverage loss from Forest fires in the last tour years. State police and sheriff s officers opened an investigation seeking a a a firebug a they believed responsible for setting fires in More than a dozen place. Hogs trend lower at Chicago Yards Europe continued from Page i rougement regarding to French Railroad from Djibouti to Addis Ababa and a new agreement on the status of italians in French Tunisia. An encouraging word came from Madrid where the italian and German troop were preparing to go Home and Gen. Francisco Franco took the first step toward de mobilizing 1,000,000 men he was under arms. The foreign troops were expected to Start Home immediately after the Madrid a a Victory a Parade to be held within the next to o weeks. In the War in China japanese troops and air planes started a general offensive in Northern Supeh province seeking to annihilate a chinese Force of 20,000 under Gen. Tang in to which is the main chinese Force in the fifth War zone. Chicago. 111.�?0 i hogs were steady to to cents lower at the Chicago stockyards today. Cattle were steady and sheep were steady to Strong. Chicago had 12.000 of the 27.300 hogs reported top $7.25 Pittsburgh was steady to to cents lower on 12.-000 Cleveland was higher on 1,800 and East St. Louis was mostly steady on 12,000. Chicago cattle were 13.000 of the 17,400 reported Market steady other Points were steady Pittsburgh on 500. Cleveland on 900, and East St. Louis on 3.000. Total sheep reported were 18,000 of which Chicago had 13.000 Market on Lamb steady to Strong top $10.75 Pittsburgh was 25 cents higher on 500. Cleveland was steady on 1,500, and East St. Louis was Strong on 3,000. Too late to classify three furnished Light housekeeping rooms. 708 South 7th. 4939-23513 for Sale five room modern Bungalow practically new. North Side. Price $5,000. Tele 1275-w. 4941-235t3 for Sale or Trade for 31 Model a coach 1935 Chevrolet coach trunk Good rubber. Car at Madison s Standard service. Ding Bullock. Phone 795 4940-235t3 buy your monuments a markers direct from the shop you save Money Brainerd Monument works 625 let a. N. E. Tel. 60-w next to Evergreen cemetery open sundays and evenings rom Sale 5 acre tracts of lint Garden land adjoining Mississippi River. Land All ready to plow and lays Elgut by Brainerd disposal Plant. Terms. 3.000 acres of Good unimproved land near highways. Almost your own Price. Some terms. Georgie Palmer tel. 955, 614% Laurel bt., Brainerd three speak tonight at Townsend club meeting three prominent speakers will address a Townsend club meeting to be held this evening at 8 of clock in the . Hall. They Are j. B. Wardall National Townsend representative Rev. Edgar valiant of Brainerd and a third prominent speaker. A special invitation is extended business and professional men though everyone who wishes to do so May attend. $6� 6.75 Low cutters and cutters $4.50�5.75 top sausage bulls $7. Calves 2,000 Saleable 2,025 total Good and Choice dealers $8.50 a 9.50 few $10 Choice yearling stockers $9.75. Hogs-5.000 Saleable 5.800 total slow steady on 180-200 lbs. Butcher other weights and sows 10c lower than Friday practical top $6.85 by All interest on 170-200 lbs. Light lights to shippers up to $6 90 Early bulk 170-250 lbs. $6.55� 6.85 j j 250-280 lbs. $6.20� 6.55 280-300 lbs. $6 /6.20 300-350 lbs. $5.80� 6 Good j sows $5.55� 5.65 Stag steady $5.50 to 5.75 pigs unchanged $7�7.50 few j j $7.75 average Cost saturday $6.65 weight 212 for week. $6 37, 249. Sheep�?1.000. Largely clipped lambs fat lambs opening Strong-10c higher other classes steady two loads Good Choice Montana fat clipped lambs $9 35 medium Good shorn Ewe $3� 4. Dairy cow steady bulk $65� 85. Supply Light. New York produce new York potatoes a easier Bermuda $7�8 bbl. State $1.25� 1.75 bag Southern bbl. $2.75 Southern bag $1.75�2.65 Maine $1 if?2.05 100-lb. Bag Idaho $1�1.50 tras 17%. Poultry Market steady receipts i car 26 trucks ducks Ion 12 geese 8 hens 13� 18 leghorn Hen 13� 17 Spring chickens 18%� 20% roosters Llu 12 broiler 16� 18 turkeys 14� 19. Potato arrivals 239 on track 370 shipments 835 saturday. 78 sunday. New Stock supplies rather Liberal demand slow to moderate Market unsettled Early firm later Louisiana Bliss Triumph u. S. I washed $2.25 unwashed 1%-Inch minimum $2� 2.50. 1%-Inch minimum $1.85 Alabama Bliss triumphs u. A i. Washed $2.10� 2.25, unwashed $190� 2.05 California White Rose 50 and too 1b. Sacks u. S i $2.05�2.15 per hundredweight. Old Stock supplies moderate demand slow Market steady to weak on Idaho steady on others Idaho russet Burbanks u. S i $135� 1.40. Economy efficiency completeness Denig funeral Chapel Brainerd Minn. Phone 77 w modern existence exacts heavy labor from our eyes. Daily they Are forced to perform a thousand close seeing tasks sewing Reading writing which they were not originally intended to do. Today 10% of All eyes Are imperfect �?1struggling to Bear this unnatural Burden. Better have your eyes examined today. Or. C. D. Trott 620 front Street Mug Chi mat. Daily 2 30 p. Rn.�?10-15c today and tues. Mickey Rooney w alter Connolly a Huckleberry finn extra Champagne music of Lawrence we in and latest news auctions by w. T. Conkin Friday. May 13�?a. M Smith Dairy. I Mil North of Brainerd on River Delvs w. D. Mckay farm. To head Good fresh Dairy Lowe. 6 head heifers and Young Stock new separator bottling and capping machine Large in Box and All Dairy equipment 33 Buick Sedan Fordson tractor and plows 13 in. Bustard silo filler new my cultivator new Hay Rake Mower Binder plow. Sled. Engine and All farm equipment. Cattle . And Bangs tested and passed City and state test. Bice offering. Everybody attend. Sale i of clock. Lunch noon. W. T. Conkin auctioneer announcement minnow station at Martin Peterson location 2 my. North of Pine Center and 1% mile East. Wholesale and retail ten Brainerd shooters attend opening of club at Park rapids sunday seventy trap shooters attended the opening of the new trap and skeet club at Park rapids. The program consisted of Twenty five skeet and Twenty five straight away target. Ten shooters attended from the Brainerd District. Following Are the scores of the Brainerd Itea Cully Nelson 41, j. Atwater 40. Eld Anderson 38. Jim Tinkelpaugh 37, Tracy Barton 36. Tony Santi 32. Fred Hase 33, r. Tucker 30. Or. George Cardie 28, c. Tucker 23. Huh Wmk. In urn m rent an Evinrude it net keel by Ike kor by to week Etta it Madison a Standard service opposite Post office phone 860 mattress rebuilding innerspring mattresses a specially. Cotton mattresses rebuilt. Price exceptionally Low. Call it for an estimate on All your mattress troubles. Phone 1118-j Economy mattress co. For prompt service Stafford a refrigerator and radio service 315 so. 7th Street giant sports show tuesday Only Start 6 00 to 11 00 p. See too minutes of the finest array of Aport subjects Ever brought to the screen. 1. Points on pointers 2. Straight As an Arrow 3. Fisherman a Paradise 4. Mechanics illustrated 5. Strike 6. Bird dogs 7. Of say can you ski 8. Fisherman a Pluck 9. On the Wing sponsored by the Brainerd sportsmen a club price�?25c pro face red owl Carload flour amp feed Sale tuesday wednesday and thursday a car Load of flour and feed on Northern Pacific tracks at sensational Low prices Farmdale flour i1, 93c red owl flour 49-lb. Bag 99c Pillsbury a Best 49-lb. Bag si.35 egg Mash Gay Feather 100-lb. Bag $1.98 Chick scratch. 100-lb. Bag. $1.59 poultry scratch 100-lb bag $1.59 starting Mash 100-lb. Bag. $1.98 Brick cheese per la. 10c Brown sugar 4119c Candy bars All so bars.3 c Green i i he i Chicken of the sea tuna.10c pork amp Beans Van Camps 16-oz 5c oranges med. Size 2 dozen.25 c ground round Steak 2 lbs 29c whole or Shank half pork shoulders lb.12�?~/2c j Ell-0 a Toffee an1 Ronny 11v��?oref??� r de owl and a w1 11 Al a fed owl food Sothea

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