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Amalgamated Copper..... ...
American Beet Sugar ........
American Car & Foundry ...
American Cotton 0U
American Locomotive... ...
.American Smelting & Refining
Amer. Smelting A Refining pfd
American Sugar Refining.. ..
Anaconda Mining Co
Atchison
Atlantic Coast Line.
Baltimore Sc Otjio
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Canadian Pacific
Chesapeake & Ohio
Chicago & Northwestern
Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul
*4 Colorado Fuel & Iron.
I Colorado & Southern
5 Delaware Sc Hudson
New York Central.. ...
Norfolk & Western
Northern Pacific
•Pacific Mail
-Pennsylvania
.V People's Gas. .J
1 Pullman Palace Car
Reading
^Rock Island Co
Rock Island Co., pfd... ..
..Southern Pacific... .....
Southern Railway.. ...
.-t^-union Pacific...
.United States Steel
United States Steel pfd..
^Wabash—
JWabash pfd
Western Union
•Standard Oil
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STOCK MARKET
QUIET BUT FIRM
CANADIAN PACIFIC SHOWS GAIN
PENDING TRUST DECISION^
HALT OPERATIONS.
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New York, April 3.—(Wall gftreet.)—
Prices were firm and the market was
quiet at the Opening today. The Can
,. adian Pacific gain of 1% in London was
Increased to 2 points nere at the open
ing. Reading and Minneapolis, St. Paul
and S. S. Marie were up 94-
Trading was at low ebb pending the
receipt o? news from Washington. De
cisions in the anti-trust cases were to
be given today. Reading reacted half a
point on realizing ?ales, but the mar
ket otherwise held him. Associated
Oil gained 1%.
The market closed steady. The an
nouncement that the supreme court
would take a recess was greeted with a
volume of selling orders'that sent the
important stocks back to Saturday
closing or below. The final dealings of
the market stiffened a trifle.
JJEW YORK STOCKS.
—Last sale.
62%
44%
54
60%
37%
74%
.104%
.118%
.... 38
109?i
....118%
...103%
... 77%
.. .223%
.. ..81%
145
......121%
81%
52
167
... 31%
.. .. 70%
3rt%
127
.... 61
138
.... 18%
Denver & Rio Grande
Denver & Rio Grande, pfd.. ..
Erie
Great Northern pfd..
3reat Northern Ore Ctfs..
Illinois Central
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Interborough-Met
Interborou£h-Met. pfd ...
Louisville & Nashville...
.Missouri Pacific.... ......
{''.Missouri, Kansas St Texas
^National Biscuit
v^jNational Lead
..143%
....51%
.. 88%
...136
... 52%
...106%
...108%
...123%
... 24%
...126
...107%
...159
..155%
... 29
...59
...115%
... 26%
...176%
!...
78
..119
... 16%
... 37%
..72
...650
...173%
Omaha Cash Grain.
Omaha, April 3.—The cash grain
market follows:
Wheat—Half cent lowew No. 2 hard,
-"80%@83c. No. 3 hard, [email protected]
Corn—%c higher: No. 2 white, 40%@
",J41%c. No. 3 white, 40%@41c. No. 2
vellow, 40%@41%c, No. 2 yellow, 40%
X' @41c. No. 2, 40%@41%c.
Oats—Market %c higher No. 3
white, 28%@28%c.
Receipts—Wheat, 26 corn, 52 oats,
20.
Shipments—Wheat, 3 corn, 71 oats,
•60.
Daily'Produea Movament.
Articles— Receipts Shipments
Flour, bbls 12,200, 4,200
:Wheat, bu 21,600 7,400
Corn, bu.. ... ....179,000 83,800
Oats, bu 201,600 251,000
"Rye. bu./ 4,000 3,000
Barley, bu 52,500 8,500
8t. Louis Wool.
St. Louis, 'April 1.—Wool—Market
unchanged territory and western me
"dlum, 19$22c. fine medium, 16®18c.,
fine, 12® 13c.
Exchange on New York.
Chicago, April 3.—Exchange on New
York 20 cents premium.
St. Louis Load.
St. Louis, April 3—Lead—Steady
$4.30.
Spelter—Dull, $5.82%. v,'
St. Lotiis Poultry and Provisions,
st. Louis, April Poultry—Market
-firm chickens, 14c. springs. 16c. tur
keys, [email protected] ducks, 15c. geese, 8c.
Butter—Market Idtrer creamery, 18
fi)22c.
Eggs—Market higher, 13%c.
•'r Galveston Cotton.
Galveston, Tex., April 3.-"-Cotton—
Steady, 14%
c.
Now York Mstals.
New York, April 3.—Standard copper
".'i'»_Dull spot and May, [email protected]
Tin-^-Quiet: spot, $41.37%@41.87%
May, |[email protected]%.
Lead—Quiet: [email protected]
Spelter—Easy $5.45®5.55.
Iron—Northern grades, $15.50® 16.26
southern grades, $15® 16.
Minneapolis Closing Wheat.
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Minneapolis, April Closing wheit
—May, 90%c. July, 92c. Sept, 88% 9
9c.
Cash—No. 1 hard, P3c. No. 1 north
*rn, 91%@92%c. No. 2 northern. 88%
New York Sugar and Coffee.
New York, April Raw sugar
Quiet muscova, do 89 tost, 3.36c. cen
trifugal, 96 test, 3.86c. molasses, 89
test, 3.11c.
Coffee—Spot quiet.
Savannah Turpentine and Rosin.
Savannah, Ga., April 3.—Turpentine
'•—nominal.
Rosin—Market firm type F, $8.40
typ3 6, $8.42%.
Kansas City Closing Grain.
•a Kansas City, April 3.—The closing
grain market follows:
Wheat—May, 80%?P80%c., bid July.
80c., bid Sflot., 80%c.
Corn—May, 45%@45%e, sellers July
rellers Sept. 47%Q47%C.
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MARKETS OF THE WORLD
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. LEASED WIRB.
WEATHER REPORT
DEPRESS WHEAT
RAINFALL IN KANSA8 AND SNOW
IN NORTHWEST HAVE EF
FECT CORN AL80 DOWN.
Chicago, April 3.—Heavy rain fall in
Kansas where most needed carried
down the price of wheat today with
decided vim. Bearish sentiment caused
by snow fall throughout the northwest
added to the weakness. Except cover
ing shorts who were in a position to
realize profits, there was practically
no buying support lor the market.
Moreover, cash demand gave no sign
of improvement and receipts appeared
ample for all requirements. The open
ing was unchanged to lower.
May started at 85g)85%c. to 85%c, tli9
same variation from ^Saturday night
as the whole list taken together.
Increased covering on the part of
shorts anxious to'avoid keeping trades
open during the holiday here tomorrow
led to a sharp rally, but the effect did
not last. The close was weak with May
at 84%c., a net loss of %c.
Corn weakened under the influence
of wheat, notwithstanding some com
mission house buying in account of wet
weather. May opened unchanged to
off at 44% to 46%@46%c, rallied
to 47c and fell back to 46%(g)46%c.
Covering by shorts turned prices up
ward a bl*, but there was complete re
action later. The close was steady at
46%c for May. jlist a shade under Sat
urday nignt's level.
Oats suffered from considerable
pressure but proved more stubborn
than either grain. May started at the
same levsl as Saturday's close to a
shade at 29%@29%c, touched 29%c
and recovered to 30c.
With the hog run far ahead of last
year, provisions took something of a
tumble. First sales were 5 to 10c cheapT
er with May options at $14.95 for pork,
$8.10 for lard and $8 [email protected] for ribs.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Chicago, April 3.—The cash grain
market fallows:
Wheat—No. 2 red, 85%@86%c. No.
3 red, 88®85c.: No. 2 hard 85%@86%c.
No. 3 hard, [email protected] No. 1 northern,
94%@96c No. 3 northern, [email protected]
No. 2 spring, [email protected] No. 3 spring, *7
@92c. Velvet chaff, 82(g)90c. Durum,
80® 86c,
Corn—No. 2, 46%®46%c.: No. 2
white, 46%@46%c.: No. 2 yellow, 46%
@46%c. No. 3, 44%®45c. No. 3
white, 44% ®45%c. No. 3 yellow, 44%
@45%c. No. 4, 42%@43%c. No. 4
white, [email protected]%c. No. 4 yellow, 48®
43 %c. S. G. M., 37® 40c. S. G. Y., 39
41c.
Oats—No. 2, 30c. No. 2 white, 31%®
32%c. No. 3. white, [email protected]%c. No. 4
white, 29®29%c. standard, 31®31%c.
Rye—No. 2, 91c.
Barley—[email protected]$1.07.
Timothy—Countrv lots, $8®il cash
contracts, $11.75® 12.
Clover—Country lots, $8® 14.50 cash
conrtacts, $15.
Kansas City Cash Grain.
Kansas City, April 3.—The cash
grain market follows:
Wheat—Market steady No. 2 hard,
[email protected] No. 3, 79®89c. No. 2 red, 85
@86c. No. 3, [email protected]
Corn—Market unchanged No. 2
mixed, 44%®45c. No. 3, 44®44%c.
No. 2 white, 44%@45c. No. 3, 44®
44%c^
Oats—No. 2 white, 31®32%c. No. 2
mixed, 30®30%c.
Rye—No. 2, [email protected]
vHay—Market
strong to $1 higher
choice timothy, $14® 14.50 choice
prairie, J12.25®12.60.
St. Louis Cash Grain.
St. Louis, March 3.—The cash grain
market follows:
Wheat—Market lower track No. 2
red, [email protected]%c. No. 2 hard, 82®94c.
Corn—Market steady track No. 2,
45®45%c. No. 2 white, 45%@47c.
Oats—Market stronger track No. 2,
30%c. No. 2 white, 32%c.
Rye—Market Arm 93c bid.
Receipts—Wheat, 41 cars.
Paoria Grain.
Peoria, April 3.—The, grain market
follows:
Corn—Market steady No. 3 yellow,
44%c.* No. 2 mixed, 44%c. No. 3
mixed, 44c. No .4,mixed, 41 %c. sam
ple, 38%c.
Oats—No. 2 white, 30%c. standard,
S0%c. No ?3 white, '[email protected]%c.
Car Lot Roooipts.
Wheat—28 cars with 8 of contract
grade.
Corn—102 cars, .with 18 of contract
grade. -"J"
Oats—90 cars.
Total receipts of wheat at Chicago,
Minneapolis and Duluth today were
375 cars, compared with 372 cars last
week and 471 cars the corresponding
day a year ago.
Foreign. Grain Closing.
Liverpool, Eng., Ap"il 3.—The*closing
grain market follows:
Wheat—Spot, dull No. 2 red western
winter, no stocks May, 6s6%d July,
6s6%d Oct, 6*6d.
Corn—Spot, easy American mixed
new, 3slld old, 4slld May, 4s3d July
4s4%d.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION
MARKET.
Wheat— Open High
May .. 85 85%
'July .. 86% 86
Sept .. 86% 86%
Corn—
Low
May .. 46% 47%
July .. 48%
Mess Pork, per bbl.—
May .. 14.95 15.10
July .. 14 80 14.90
Close
84%
85
85%
46%
48%
50
S4%
84%
86%
46%
'48%
49%
29%
30%
30%
1
48%
Bept .. 49% 50%
Oats—
May .. 29% 30%
July .. 80% 30%
Sept .. 30% 30%
29%
80%
0%
34.80
14.55
Lard, per 100 lbs.—
May .. 8.10 8.10
July .. 8.12 8.15
14.87
14.65
7.87
7.90
Short Ribs, per 100 lbs.—
May .. 8.52- 8.60 8.27
July .. 8.15 8.15 8.02
7.90
7.97
8.42
8.07
St. Louis Closing Grain Futures.
St* Louis, April 8.—The closing grain
futures follow:
Wheat—Market lowfcr May, 84%®
84%c. July, 83%c.
Corn—Martlet higher May, 46%c.
July, 47%c.
Oals—Market higher May, 30%c.
July, 29%c.
®90%c. No. 3 wheat, 86%®S8%c.
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CATTLE TRADE
STRONGER TODAY
GOOD DEMAND ON LIGHT RUN OF
BUTCHERS HOGS OPENED
WEAK CL08ED WEAKER.
Chicago, April 3.—Cattle trade was a
little' stranger today. There was no
sharp change in prices but butchers
were all willing to pay steady prices,
while most sellers wtre asking more
money at the opening. Offerings of
butcher cattle being -neager there WHS
consequent higher demand for them,
and prices were a little better.
Hogs had a weak opening and a
weaker close, the run being heavy.
Packers were slow to take hold and
while thjy picked up a few loads at
better prices, they were generally
"pegged" around $6.35 for heavies.
Sheep were steady .but lambs were
weak and especially phorn lambs for
which packers were bidding 10 to 15c
under th* best time of last Friday.
Clippe'd lambs sold at $5.75.
Chicago Live Stock Opening.
Chicago, April 3.—The opening live
stock market follows:
Cattle—Market steady to 10 up re
ceipts estimated at 23,600 beeves, $5.20
@6.85 Texas steers. S41505.75 west
ern steera, $4.90®C.S0 stockers and
feeders, $4®5.75 cows and heifers,
$2.70®5.90 calves, [email protected]
Hogs—Market 5 to 10c lower: re
ceipts estimated at 43,000 light, $6.45
@6.85 mixed, $6.25®6.76 heavy, $6.05
@6.55 rough, $6.05tfl)6.25 good to
choice heavy, [email protected] pigs, $6.35®
6.80 bulk of sales, [email protected]
Sheep—Market slow, weak re
ceipts estimated at 22,000 natives, $3
@5.30 westerns, $3.25g5.35 yearlings,
[email protected] lambs, native, [email protected]
westerns, $5.20® 6.45.
Chicago Live Stock Closing
Chicago. April 3.—The closing
stock market follows:
8t. Louis Liva Stock.
St. Louis, April 3.—The live stock
market follows:
Cattle—Market steady: receipts, 3,
(00 native beef steers, [email protected] cows
and heifers, $4.25®6.50 stockers ani
feeders, $4.50®5.75.
Hogs—Market 5c lower receipts,
10,000 pigs and lights, $6.40®6.90
packers, [email protected] butchers and best
heavy, [email protected]
Sheep—Market steady receipts, 2,
200 nati/e muttons, [email protected] lambs,
$5i75®6.50 ______
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Mo.. April 3.—The live
stock market follows:
Cattle—Market steady to 10c lower
receipts, 9,000 native steers, $5.40®
6.50 southern steers, $4.75®6 native
cows and heifers, $5^96.25 stockers
and feeders, [email protected] western
steers, $5®C.25.
Hogs—Market 5 to 10 cents lower
receipts, 10,000 heavy, [email protected]
lackers and butchers, [email protected]
lghts, [email protected]
Sheep—Market steady to 10c lower
receipts, 14,OOTO muttons, $4®5.30
lambs, $5.50®6.30.
8t. Joseph. Live Stock.
South St. Joseph, Mo.. April 3.—The
live stoct market follows:
Cattle—Market steady receipts, 2,
000 steers, $4.50®6.25 cows and heif
ers, $3.50®6 calves, [email protected]
Hogs-rMarket 5 to 10c lower re
ceipts, 4,000 top, $6.70 bulk of sales,
[email protected]
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live
Cattle—Market strong for goo a
grade receipts, 23 000 beeves, $5.20®
6.85 Texas steers, [email protected] west
ern steers, $4.90®5.90: stockers and
feeders, $4®5.75 cows and heifers,
[email protected] calves, [email protected]:75.
Hogs—Market more active strong at
opening prices receipts, 45,000 light,
[email protected] mixed, $6 [email protected] heavy,
[email protected] rough, $6 05®6.25 good to
choice heavy, [email protected] 55 pigs, [email protected]
6.80 bulk of sales, $6.35®6.55.
Sheep—Market weak to 10c lower
receipts, 22,000 native, [email protected]
yearlings, [email protected] lambs, native,
$5®6.35 westerns, [email protected]
RANGE OF HOG PRICE8.
Range of hog values at Chicago for
the past two weeks with comparisons:
Mixed and
[email protected]
butchers.
[email protected]
[email protected] 6.90
[email protected]
[email protected]
6.65&>7.10
6.65®7.10
6.65©7.05
6.45® 6.90
6.55tf?7.05
[email protected]
6.40® 6.85
[email protected]
6.35® 6.80
[email protected]
March 18
March 20
March 21
March 22
March 23
March 24
March 25
March 27
March 28
March 29
March 30
March 31
April 1 ..
April 3 ..
Light
135®295
grades.
6.90®7.15
6.70®7.00
6.65 @7.05
6.75®7.15
[email protected]
6.80®7.20
[email protected]
6.70® 7.10
6.85®7.25
6.80®7.20
6.60®7.00
6.55® 6.95
6.60®6.»5
6.45®6.85
A
Sheen—Market slow prospects low
er^receipts, 8,000 lambs, [email protected]
Omaha Live Stock
South Omaha, Nebr., April 3.—The
live stock market follows:
Cattle—Market steady to strong
receipts 7,500 native steers, $5®6.40
cows and heifers, [email protected] western
steers, $3.75®6 stockers and feeders,
[email protected]
4
Hogs—Market 5c lower receipts, 3,
700 heavy, [email protected]! mixed, 46.25®
6.30 light, $«[email protected]
Sheep—Market steady receipts, 6,
900 sheep, [email protected] lambs, $5.90®
6.50.
New York Provisions.
New York. April 3.—The provision
market follows:
Butter—Market steady receipts, 5,
331 creamery specials, firsts to spec
ials, [email protected]%c. held creamery, firsts to
specials, 16®19c. state dairy, finest,
[email protected]%c., first to special, 16®17%c.
factory current make 14%@15%c.
Cheese—Market irregular.
Eggs—Market steady: receipts, 29,
926 fres'i gathered selected extras,
17%®18c. fresh gathered firsts, 15%
@15c. seconds, 16c. checks, 13®
14c.
western gathered white. 17® 18c.
New York Closing Grain.
New Yurk, April 3.—The closing
grain market follows:
Wheat-May, 81%@82c. July, 92%c.
Corn—May, 66 %c.
New York Cotton Closing!
New York, April 3.—Cotton—Spot
closed quiet: middling upland. $14.40
middling gulf, $14.65 sales, 100 bales.
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OTTUMWA COURIER, TUESDAY, APRIL1 4, 1911.
LOCAL MARKETS
ARE UNCHANGED
WITH EXCEPTION OF CHANGE IN
LIVE STOCK QUOTATIONS,
SATURDAY PRICES RULE.
A decline in lambs, yearlings and
ewes in the wholesale live stock mar
ket and a slight drop In tallow are the
only changes from Saturday in the
local wholesale and retail markets.
The quotation^ follow:
I
WHOLE8ALK MARKETS.
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4", Llva 8toek Prioaa.
Hogi, 120®180 6.40
Hogs, 180®Sl00 6.S0
Hogs, "[email protected] 6.00
Hogs, 23C«@300 5.90
Hogs. [email protected] 5.80
Hogs, 350 and over* 5.70
Packers .... *5.50®5.73
Choice corn fed helfera 4.4094*"
Good betters 11O0i4(
Choice corn fed cows $.50® 4.If
Good 1.9004.40
Choice light calves 5.»[email protected]«?
Good lisht calvea [email protected]
Heavy calvea I.M04.49
Lambs 4.75® 5.25
Yearlings 4.00®4.25
Ewes 3.00® 3.50
Grair« and Hay—8trest Prless.
Oats 15
Straw 6® 5%
Rye ... ... ....*» •.. .... 6O04S
Corn... V1
Hay, ton 10®IS
Wheat [email protected]
Barley 50® 60
Hides, Wool and Tallow.
Hides. No. 1 cured 9
No. 3 cured.... .... 8
Hides, green, No. i.
Hides, green No. 2 7
Medium wool, unwashed 20® 21
Coarse wool, untrashed 18®19
Beeswax, No. 1 33
Beeswax No. 20
Tallow No. 1 5%
Tallow No. 2 5
Butter Fai.
Ko. 2 ..... }«..«• 20
Grade No. 2 cream 24
ByMer and Eggt.
Butter, packers pay 12%
Butter, grocers pay 20
Eggs, grocers pay. 13
Eggs, packers pay 12%
Poultry.
(These prices are paid to th» oro
ducer.)
Hens .........
Stags ... 0
Cocks ........ ...... .««••«.. 8
Ducks, white feathered 7
Ducks, dark feathered ,.7
Turkeys II
Geese, lb ........ ... 9
Guineas, each 29
RETAIL MARKETS.
Flour and Feed.
Graham flour, per sack so
Com chops, per cwt 1.2S
Shorts, per. «wt 1.45
Bran, per cwt 1.S0
Ear com. per bu SO
Shelled corn, per bu.-. C5
Hay, per cwt I*
Straw, per cwt a
Oats, bu 45
Chl4en feed ground 20. lba ...
Clam shell, per ewt CO
Flour, per sack 1.2501.8S
Corn meal, 10 lb sack 19
Corn and oat chop, per ewt .. 1.15
Oat straw, (ale 50
Barley ... ..... ... ,, §K
Oil meal, per cwt ... 2.14
Butter, Bags and Cheese.
Country butter, lb 22%, 25® 34
Sept. creamery butter 32®*?5
Eggs, per doz. .. 15
Poultry.
Geese, lb 12%
Turkeys 22 @27
Geese, It
Live spring* It
Dressed springs, lb 17%
Old hens, dressed, 11» IS
Ducks, dressed, lb ... SO
Salt Fish.
Mackerel
Eel ....... .....
White fish ...
Herring
Codfish... ...
8moked Fr«n.
Salmon, lb
Halibut, lb
Bloaters
Fin-Haddock
Herring, 2 lbs..... ...
Apples, do*
Apples, per pcflflt ...
Bananas.
KumQuats, per box,.. »»«••««.
Lemons, per doz ....
Malaga grapes, lb...
Oranges, per do......
Tangarlnes. per dos
Grape fruit, 2 to 4 for
Cranberries qt ....
Strawben les, pt
Pineapples
Peets, pur peck
Brussells sprouts.
Cabbage per lb
Carrots, per peck
Celery, buncb
Cucumbers, each
Green onions, buncb
Head lettuce
Lettuce .»••«•• ... •*.
Onions, lb
Onion sets, pk.
Ureen onions, 3 bunches, for..
Parsley, per bunch
Parsnips, per peck
Radishes, 3 bunches for
Salsify, per bunch
Rutabaga, per lb..
Shallots, per bunch
Sweet potatoes, lb
Watercress, per buncb
New beets, bunch
Rhubarb.
Cauliflower, bead
New potatoes, 3 lbs for
New pie plant, lb
Garlic, lb .........
Green beans, lb
Wax beans, lb
New potatoes, 3 lbs for
10020
19
12%
5
Fresh Fish.
White fish
Halibut, lb.. .... .....
Salmon, lb... ..... ..... .....
Catfish, lb
Trout
Herrln, 5 lbs.....
17%
28
Frul*s.
[email protected]
60070
20 @26
40
12%
1B02"
28
12%
29
29
*9
25
London Exchanqe to Close.
London, April 3—The Btock exchange
here will be closed April 14, 15 and 17,
Easter holidays.
New York Money Closing.
New York, Ap«l 3.—Prime mercan
tile [email protected]%%.
Sterling exchange—Easy with actual
business in bankers' bills at $4.84 for
60 days bills and at $4.86.10®4.86.15
for demand.
Commercial bills—$183%.
Bar silver—52%c.
Mexican dollars—45c
Bonds—Government, steady rail
road .steady.
Money on call—Steady, [email protected]%
ruling'rate, 2%% closing bid, 2%%
offered at 2%%.
Time loans—Dull but a little firmer
60 dajte, 2%®2«4^r 90 days, 2*@3%
6 months, 3%®3%%.
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(Continued from Preceding Page.)
Kirk, M. L., exp. J. P. Center
township, $256.90—Rejected.
Keefe Bros., reprs C.
Knemeye
-,
Kendall & Davis, quar. mdse...
Kepler, J. C., paup. mdse
Knox, J. F., bridge work
Kurtz, N. Frank, wit. cor
Kurtz, Mrs. N. F., wit. cor
Krana,Amelia, wit. J.
Kranz, Elsie, wit. J. P.
Kranz, Florence, wit. J,
Kranz, Mabel
Kitterman, Wm., wit. J.
Kitterman, W. A„ wit. J. P....
Kllng, Nellie C., wit. J.
Kling, Nellie May, wit. J. P....
Kllng, Roy, wit. J.
Kllng, Tom, wit. J.
Kllng, Henry, wit. J.
Kllng, Geo., wit. J.
Kllng, Nany. wit J.
Kendell, Gid„ wit. cor.. ..
Kendell, Carl, wit. cor
Keen, H. E., cor. juror..
Longfellow Book Store,
C. H. and jail 70.00
Mitchell, J. C.. atty. fees D. C... 20.09
Merrill, J. H. Co., mdse. C. H.... 4.50
Miller, T. J., J. P. fees, $8.40—rejected.
Marfon county, keep patient Mt.
Pleasant
Mather, E. H„ reprs. Jail
Mynard, W. H., bond and int. re
fund
Maddy, C. C., corn, trans
Miller, Geo. L., reporter D. C....
Moughler, C. S., care of paup...
Moughler, C. S., paup. mdse....
Myers, Claude, mdse. Co. Home
Martin Furn. Co., mdse. County
Home
4
McCa:
McElroy's Restaurant, diet, jury
McElderry, Dr., med. attd
McNlcholas, J. P., quar. sups...
McDaniels C. E., mdse & reprs.
Co. Home
McCoy, C. C., hauling ice Co.
Home
McCoy, John, hauling ice Co.
30
20
8
15
25
Home
McCoy, Wm., hauling fee Co.
Home
McGarrity, Dennis, wit. J. P....
McCormick, Martha, wit. J. P..
McElroy, Jno. M., cor. juror.. ..
Niemeyer Bros., mdse. C. H.....
Newell, Sam'l., sheep claim ....
Nordgren,* Gust, paup. mdse....
Neff, L. C., paup. mdse
Neff, L. C., quar. mdse..
Nat'l. Sanitary Co., disin.

IB
IB
20
Home
20® 59
99
SB
15
20Q2S
SB
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4
29

10
10®20
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507%
5
35050
10
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9B
10
Vegetables.
Otta. Staam Laundry, laundry
'1
10
7
10
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1
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,v:v •,.*'• •.
PROCEEDINGS
OF BOAIjD
1.00
E. \V., paup. mdse.
67.50
3.75
11.09
14.45
.60
.60
.70
.70
.70
.70
.70
.60
40
.60
.60
.60
.60
.60
.60
.60
.60
1.00
1.50
14.50
2.00
27.50
13.50
572.50
39.00
6.00
.90
8.95
15.20
1.00
1.20
.80
.60
1.00
.70
.70
1.00
1.00
.60
.60
8.00
45.00
3.11
23.25
mdse.
Audr's office
Llnabury, J. O., reporter D. C.
Lottrldge, Geo. D., twp. trustee.
Lowenberg & Asbury, com. on
costs collected
La Mars Ptg. Co., ptg. clerk's of
fice ... .*•. ... ... ... ... ...
Lowenberg, E. S., sal. steward
and help
Laddsdalti Supply Co., pauperv
mdse
Lottrldge. Geo. D., paup. wrk ..
Latimer & Graham, sup. pest
house
Lewis, J. H. & Sons, paup. acct.
Lowenberg, E. S., exp. to Chi
cago
Lewis ,C. T., cor. Juroi
Lewis, Amelia, wit. J.
Lawson, Catherine, wit. J. P....
Logan, Teddy, Wit. J.
Lee, T. D, juror J.
Luke, James, wit. J.
Luke, Abble, wit J.
Lowery, Will B., cor. Juror
Linn, W. S., cor. juror
Llewellyn, G. A., wit. fee
Lee, Edgar, wit. fee
Michael, sH. F., twp. trustee.. ..
Mitchell, E. R., sal. ass't. atty..
Manning, K. B., tax refund....
Mitchell, James, tax refund
Mellck, O. B., sal. J. Cen. twp. 200.00
Meeker, L. A., sheep claim 72.00
Midland Chem. Co., disinfectant
51.43
11.37
3.10
3.00
20.36
12.00
24.00
6.25
13.33
3.14
Mitchell & Seaburg, quar. sup..
Murphy, Dr. J. O., med. attd
paup
Murray, Thos., bridge work ....
Mael, .T., wit. cor
Moss, Lawrence, wit. cor
Myers, Wm.. const. J.
Miller, Maud, wit. J. P.
Miller, Guy, wit. J.
Miller, Edith ,wlt. J.
Miller, Bert R., wit. J.
Maring, Mrs. Irving, wit. J. P..
Mick, Frank, wit. J.
Mowery, Harry, wit. J.
Miller, Elmer, wit. J.
Mulford, Jessy, wit. J.
Majors, Mrs. W., co-. wit
Morgan, Mayo F., cor juror
Mier, Walter, wit. fee
Moore, R. M., cor. juror
McCune, Grace, corn, trans....
McLaughlin, W. H.. burial sheep
McCarty, C. W., sal. Co. Audr...
McCarty, C. W., sal. Dept. Audr. 200.00
irty, C. W., postage Sl Exp
67.25
24.00
.60
.60
16.20
60
.60
.60
.70
.70
.60
00
.60
1.20
.60
1.00
.60
1.00
1.25
1.00
320.18
4.25
10.35
13.00
1.6A
22.35
15.00
15.75
15.7»
.60
.80
1.00
5.50
32. iO
20.00
41.50
10.60
Co.
Nlklln. J. D.. J. P. fees .
Noland, F. A., cor. wit
Otta. Review, ptg. for county...
Otta. Review, ptg. B. of S. proc.
Otta. Blank Book Co., mdse. C.
SB
99
90.00
2.50
.60
154.45
65.90
449.55
7H.S0
Otta. Stamp Wrks., mdse. C. H..
Ovall, Stella, sal. dept recorder 140.00
Otta. Telephone Co., phone rent
C.
Otta. Water Co., water C. H. and
jail
Otta. Gas Co., gas Co. jail and
...
Otta. Auto Co., wrk. gen. elect..
Otta. Ry. A. Light Co., light C.
H. and Jail
Otta, Gas Co., light prim, elect.
Otta. Mill Sc Const. Co., mdse C.
10.95
52.08
.13.18
4.00
144.79
1.95
.70
2.80
Otta. Courier, ptg. of 8. proc.
Otta. Hdw. Co., mdse. C.
Orman, EJisha, bridge work.. ..
Owen, C. M„ hauling bridge lbr.
Otta. Supply Sc. Const. Co.,
bridge material 1,188.67
Otta. Buggy Co., reprs Co. Home 14.90
Otta. Iron Works, mose. County
66.90
3.40
9.00
3.80
Capital $30,000
Surplus and Profits 20,000
,p irW^l
Home... .. ...
Opera House Drug
sup
Otta. Telephone Co., phone Co,
Co., quar.-
Price, Mary sal. sten. .Co. Audr.
Peck, John F., wrk. lot books...
Phillips, Geo., exp. acct..
Patterson, H. B.. sal. mem. B. of
S
Home. 21.15
Sax, J. B. & Co., mdse. Co. Home 21.35
Stevens Shoe Store, mdse. Coun
ty Home 7.15
Stuber, N* M., paup. acct 44.11
Sawyers, S. H., paup. med. attd... 8.00
Siders Sc. Grier, mdse. Co. Home 24.73
Sharps, C. D., paup. fuel 41.60
Slestrand. S. J., paup mdse.... 24.00
Sullivan, C. T., paup burial 34.00
Standard Groc. Co., nuup. mdse. 7.50
Smith, B. F„ paup. mdse 11.73
Sargent W. L., quar. mdse 19.00
Schafer, F„ quar. mdse 2.00
Styre Bros., quar. i«lse 7.75
Sconce, T. L„ quar. mdse 30.39
Snyder, A. L., quar. mdse 3.42
Smith, R. .. quar. mdse 9.50
Standard Groc. Co., ouar. sup.. 2.25
Shea, Dan. quar. mdse 11.42
Swenson, H. L. & Co., quarantine
mdse ... .... 16.00
Sargent, W. L., quar. mdse 50.00
Star L. & D. Line, livery pest
house 5.00
Swenson, J. S., quar. sups 10.70
Suechting, H. W., reprs. County
Home 2.26
Standard Groc. Co., paup. mdse. 6.00
Shawver Bros., paup. mdse..... 3.09
Spllman Hdw. Co., paup. mdse. 88.65
Stoessel OH Wrks.. oil Co. Home 69.80
Swenson, J. S., paup. mdse 12.00
Star Livery, quar. serv 2.00
Sargent, W. L., quar. sup 16.40
Spllman Hdw. Co., pest-house
supplies 2.60
Swenson, J. S., quar. sup 19.23
Schwartz, J. P., quar. supplies.. 34.70
Seistrand, S. J., paup. mdse 27.00
Stevens, Roy E., mdse County
Home..... 3.80
Sargent W. L., mdse. Co. Home 8.75
Stuber, W. M., paup acct.. 45.47
Sylvia Milling Co., mdse County
Home 533.64
Snyder, A., paup. mdse 26.00
Slaught, A. W., cor. fees 46.4
Slaught, W„ cor. const 7.6B
Slaught. H. M., cor. Juror «1.00
Smith, Marion, cor. wit. ........ .60
Scott, Phil K., J. P. fees UM
Simmons. Mike, wit. J. .60
Smith, John, wit. J. .60
Shlllato, Geo. T., Juror J. P..... 1.00
EFFECTIVE APRIL 1,1911, THIS BANK WILL PAY.
4 Interest on Time Certificates of
Which will be issued in aily amouht payable six months from datC
rate is not only in keeping with the active demand for
rates obtainable on loans in this section, but in conformity with the rate paid
by banks in Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Davenport and many other cities and
towns in Iowa.
EDDYVILLE. IOWA.
v/*
^VT^C
M".
2.75
15.00
Home 13.50
Otta. Hospital Ass'n.. Co. grant 120.00
Opera Hojse Drug Co., mdse Co.
Home
Otta. Hdw. Co., mdse. Co. Home
Otta. Lime & Cement Co., mdse.
Co. Home ... ...
Phillips, Geo., sal. Clk. D.
Peterson, Clara, sal. sten. clk. D.
1.46
1.60
11.05
450.00
40,00
140.00
135.0'*
6.35
Home 18.W
Phillips Coal Co., paup. coal.... 11.11
Peck, Eben, quar. supplies.. ...
Peck, W. I., quar. supplies
Peterson, Chas. G.„ quar. sup..
Peterson, Chas. G.. mdse. County
Home
17.66
5.63
2.61
9.50
50.00
10.50
9.00
5.25
.60
.60
.60
.60
1.30
.W
.70
1.00
.60
12.25
1.20
.60
.80
JAMES RIDER
CALLED BYDEATH
I*
237.50
Peterson, Clara, sal. Dept. Clk.
D.
Pasnau, Ethel, cor. trans.. ....
Parks Sc. Logan, papering jail ..
Poling Elec. Co., reprs. C. H. and
jail 48.43
Peck, John F., assessor'Ott city 854.S0
Proctor, J. S., reprs. bridge.. .. 2.50
Proctor, W. I., reprs. bridge .... 11.18
Pruess Sc, Seaton, ptg. board of
health
Parker, Lee, quar. acct
Peach A Creswell, mdse. County
240.00
1,00
21.35
1.70
2.00
1.15
31.90
9.72
20.55
3.10
.70
,60
.60
•«a
Peterson, Dr. A. H., wit. cor.. ..
Preston, Frank, wit. J. P........
Ptckler, Sarah E., wit cor
Pickler, Edw. C., wit cor
Pomroy, Earl, wit fee
Parker, C. W„ wit. fee..
Relnhard, J. W., sal. member B.
of S
Ramser, Paul B., twp. clerk
Rem. Typewriter Co., reprs. ma
chine Audr
Roberts, Frank T., reporter D. C. 418.00
Robinson, T. C., D. transc.... 26.50
Ramsell, .R., atty. fees D. C... 10.00
Reno, J. B., sheep claim 9.00
Reinler, Chas., brldfee work .... 1,693.7S
Redman, K., paup. mdse 70.00
Roberts, Jacob, care of paup.... 11-25
Randall, Roy, paup. mdse 98.00
Redman, Sam, quar. supplies...
Reifsnyder St Son, quar. sups...
Ruckman, F. T., quar. sup
Ramser, Paul B., quar. work....
Reifsnyder & Son, paup. mdse..
Roseland Fuel Co., paup coal ..
Renz, John, mdse. Co. Home....
Ryan, M., hauling ice Co. Home
Rosen, Bessie, wit. J.
Rosfen, H., wit. J.
Rockel. Myer, wit. J.
Riley, Dennis, wit. J.
Redman, J., wit. J.
Reed, Bilrley, wit. J,
Replogle, Ralph, wit.
Reese, W. M.. cor. juror
Riley, Mike, wit. fee
Roberts, Jacob, const. J.P
Roberts, Jacob, wit. J.
Rupe, Anna, wit. cor
Rupe, Effie, wit. cor
Rodgers, Miss Ethel, cor wit..
Roscoe, Walter, wit. cor
Stewart, E. P., twp. trustee.. ..
Sander, Adolph, reporter D. "C...
Shanahan. R. J., baillflt D.
252.05
6.09
1.00
Home..... ..
4.00
96.00
135.00
Swenson, L. L.. sal. Co. Recorder 146.4'
Swenson, L. L., postage exp.. .. 5.00
Stevens, J. F., sal. dept. audr... 108.00
Shaw, J. B.. sheep claim.. ..... 5.40
Sander, Adolph, reporter D. C.. 48.00
Standard Groc. Co., mdse. C. H. l.B»
Steck, Dan'l F., sal. Co. Atty... 241.76
Stevens. J. F., sal. Co. Audr.... 116.66
Suechting, H. W„ reprs. C. H... 34.15
Stevens, J. F., postage 233.32
Suechting, H. W., reprs. C. H... 34.16
Stevens, J. F„ postage exp 5,95
Slater, J. A., 'twp. trustee 12.00.
Steck, Dan'l. F., atty. fees...... 25.00
Stodghlll, J. R., refund 3.80
Sargent, W. L., mdse. C. H.. .. £.40
Sprague, Dave., moving jail if
cages 100:00
Skinner, J. F., ground hog claim .25
Smith, W. R., sheep claim 40.60
Smith, E. G.. bridge work 3.00
Stevens, J. F., road work.. ..... 22.50
Shields, J. M.. dirt fill 14.73
Swenson Drug Co. mdse. County
"i
WA% PIONEER RESIDENT OF WA
PELLO COUNTY AND ONE OF
OLDEST MASONB IN IOWA.
I' 4T2 It*
James Rfoer, aged 90 years, one of
the oldest Masons in Iowa, passed
away this morning at 7:45 o'clock at
the home of his niece, Mrs. H. P.
Mudge, one mile north of Rutledge.
The decedent had been a member of
the Ottumwa lodge No. 19 A. F. St A.
M. since 1849.' He was the oldest mem
ber of the Ottumwa order.
The deceased was born in Madison
vllle. Tenn., July 27, 1921 and came to
Iowa in 1847. Because of his early pil
grimage to this state and county, he
was virtually one of the oldest resi
dents of the county. When gold was
discovered In California In 1849, Mr.
Rider hied to California to hunt for
gold, staying in the western country
for forty yearg, after which he came
back to Ottumwa arid engaged In the
livery business. lie had never mar
ried.'
Besides his niece, Mrs. Mudge, a
nephew, James Peck of Ottumwa. sur
vives him.
8tocker, Benjamin, wit. J. P....
Saum, J. B„ cor. wit
Schoech, Otto, cor. wit
Sutton, Clarence, wit fee
Sutton, Mrs. Clarence, wit fee..
Seamon, A., J. P. fees
Strohn, O., wit. J.
Slaught, H. M., cor. Juror
Swanson, Antone, cor. wit
Thomas, Cal, rattle snake
Trio Coal Co., coal C. H.
Thompson, M. M., twp. trustee..
Tutwller, Iva, cor. clerk
Trost Fred., sal. dept treaa....
Teichman, D., mdse. C.
Teichman, D., paup mdse... ...
Teichman, D., quar. mdse... ...
Throne, Henry, paup mdse.. ..
Trout, John, hauling ice County
Thomas, G. G., mdse Co. Home.
Thompson & Brown, paup. mdse
Taylor. Maggie, wit. J. p..
Thayer, J. G., cor. fe»s
Tlnsley, A., cor. livery
Torrence, John W., wit. J. P....
Thayer, Gil, wit. J.
Van Baalen, I., pens O. H..'....
Vance F. E., (M. D.), med. attd.
paup
Wapello Elec. Co., reprs.-C. H...
Wilson, Ellen, sal. help audr....
Wright, Wm., sheep claim
Welch, W. M. Co., staty. audr...
Work, E. A., atty. fees J.
Welch W. M., Mfg. Co., staty.
Wyckoff, Geo. D., bridge reprs...
Wilson. W. S., meals paup
Wells, Thos. H-, paup. mdse....
Webber, C. W., paup. mdse
Wapello Elec. Co., reprs. County
Home
Worden, Janet, paup. hoard ....
Worrell Mfg. Co., disin. County
Home
Wllllaiqs, Dr. A.'O., paup care.
Williams, Dr. A. O., post mor*
Co. Supt
tem.
Williams, O. T., wit. J. P..
Williams, Mrs. Maude, wit. J. P.
Walker, Florence, wit. J.
Wilson, Annie, wit. J.
Williams, Charles, wit J. P....
Wilson, Dr. J. B„ wit. cor
Watkins, T. S„ wit. cor.
Yenges, Jas. H„ cor juror.. ....
Zollars, H. D., cor. juror
Zollars, H. D., refund ,, .1......
.60
.60
.60
.60
.60
18.10
1.20
1.00
30
.50
Eggs—Market firm receipts, 20,615
cases at mark, cases' Included.
18%c. firsts, 14%c. prime firsts, 15".
Cheese—Market steady dilates, 13'&
®13*c. twins, 12%®12%c. Young
Americans, 13% @14c. long horns, 13%
®13f&c.
Potatoes—Market strong choice tc
fancy. 60®62c. fair to good, 56®58c.
Poultry—Market steady turkeys,
dressed, 10c. hens, live, 16c. springs,
live. 16c.
Veal—Market firm 50 to 60 lb wts.,
6®7c. CO to 86 lb wts., [email protected]: 85 to
110/lb. wts, 9%® 10c.
New York Poultry.
:-v
New York, April I —Poultry—Mar
ket dressed, steady western fowls,
14%®16%c. turkeys, 15®20c.
1
Kantss City Butter and Eggs.
Kansas City, April 3.—Butter
Creamery, 23c. firsts, 20c. seconds,
18c. packing stock, 12%c.
Eggs—Extras, 16c. firsts, 14c.
Duluth Cloiing Wheat.
Duluth, Minn.. April 3.—Closing
wheat—May, 92%@92%c., hid Sept.,
90c., nominal July, 93%c.
Durum—May, 81%c. July. 84%c.,
nominal
Pittsburg OH.
Plttsbuir, Pa., April 3.—Oil closed at
$1.30.
Extension of Intarurban Line.
Ft. Dodge, March 89.—Ogden Is'
counting on Interurban service Into its
corporation, according to the under-
current of talk that id heard there.
The Interurban line now extends from -f
Fraser Junction to the mines one and
one-half miles north of town but will 'I'"1
be built on Into the olty, If the plans Qt
as understood materialize. There
much need of a line from the mines to C~jv
town to facilitate traffle and it is an
derstood that work will he started in
th» near future..
money
1.<p></p>Epperson'State
Manning Bank
Depart!
Total Resources
31
572.55
2.00
2.50
172.00
.85
30.00
2.11
37.00
6.93
I.75
4.SS
.70
2.E0
3.0D
2.00
2.00
4.50
*1.00
.90
140.00
6.30
II.32
5.00
14.75
16.50
59.51
26.00
1.65
30.00
I
15.00
e.™, if*
26.00
.71
§r
.fin
3.10
.60 0
1.10 J"*?
J.o.l
3 49
Provisions, a..
3.—The provision
,'i Chicago
Chjcago, April
market follows:
Butter—Market steady
14®21c. dairies, 18®l8c.
creamer
1*
7
1
and the higher
$350,000
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