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The paint that is fit to
put on n. Iiouse (your Home)
should be of sufficient quality
to withstand the extremes and
most severe weather—This
is possible only by using paint
which is -atade by scientific
paintraakers who know what
materials when used together
will produce a covering: which
will keep out the destructive
forces of nature, such as rain,
snot*V' rfroet, dew, heat from
the sun. These forces will
destroy (decay) bare wood or
wood poorly painted.
Paint Booklet win
tell you more about this im
portant subject—telephone or
cj»U for a copy.
J. F. Kiedaisch & Son
11th and Main St*.,
Iain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets, which
have effected a perma
nent cure. It has now
been five years since I
took these tablets, and
I have had no more
of this dreadful disease."
Let WS 1© your n-ovlng. We
tiave competent meu and ap
pliances or the careul handling
of pianos end all household
A large, well lighted storage
building with elevator for stor
Hard and Soft Coal
Springfield lump and soft Nut,
Buckeye, Egg and Soft Nut,
LeHigh Valley Chestnut, Stove,
Xgg and furnace.
Cord wood, sawed wood,
stove wood and kindling,
Phone t6. Office 19 S. 7th St
BETTER THAN CALOMEL
Thousands Have Discovered
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
area Harmless Substitute.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets—the
substitute for calomel—are a mild but
sure laxative, and their effect on the
Jiver is almost Instantaneous. They
are the result of Dr. Edwards' deter
mination not to treat liver and bowel
complaints with calomel. His efforts
to banish it brought out these little
tablets. These pleasant
little tablets do the good that calomel
does but have no bad after effects.
They don't injure the teeth like strong
liquids or calomel. They take hold of
the trouble and quickly correct it. Why
cure the liver at the expense of the
teeth?- Calomel sometimes Plays
havoc with the gums. So do strong
liouids. It is best net to take calomel,
but to let Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
take its place.
Most headach®s» "dullness and that
laav feeling come from constipation
and a disordered liver. Take Dr. Ed
wards' Olive Tablets when you feel
"iQggy" sod "heavy." Note how they
•"clear" clouded brain and how they
"perk up" the spirits.- At 10c and 25c
per box. The Olive Tablet Company,
On Motion of Defense, Trial of Ander
son Will go Over Until the
O'otober Term of Han
cock County Court.
LEGALITY OF THE JURY
Was Question Raised by Attorney
Hartzell for the Defense—Coun
ty Employes Attorneys to
Assist the State.
CARTHAG®, 111.. March 20.
murder case of the Peofple vs.
ford Anderson charged with the kill
ing of City Marshal James Jacoby,
has been continued to the October
term. The defense raised a question
of the Illegal manner in which the
grand and petit jurors were drawn for
this term of court, and withdrew their
charges on the permission given them
Cor a continuance of the case. A mo
tion to quash the juries was entered.
...,n Scofleld as defendant's attorney In a
raveling Irian VUTBU Henderson couhty criminal trial made
5 the same motion and the motion was
T» vt «. traveling man of sustained. This motion has been
Jopiin. Mo., writes"Twelveyears ago 'made In probably every county in the
I wm a RTeat
sufferer from stomach trou- state with varying success ana as has
ble. I tried nearly ev-1 stated, is the usual motion made
ery medicine I could
The motion to quash a jury la fa
miliar and usual in serious criminal
suits. Mr. Hartzell made a similar
motion in the Winkle case In this
court. He made the same motion In
the murder case from Blandinsville
in the McDonoufih county court Judge
criminal cases. If Mr.
S°flC^°n^ttCof:Hartzell makes this motion in the
one popular prepara-1 Anderson case. It will come up as new
tion, but never round matter, and Judge Thompson will
anything that did me then decide the question upon such
any permanent good, evidence as Is presented.
until I took Chamber- whether Judge Thom
the precaution to remedy any defects
it might have made. If any, and ten
tmm and traveling sales-:
men, and have ™et majoy the boys on
Thursday, April 2, for the pur-
J^mended Cham- '-Pose of drawing an entirely new Jury
berlain's Tablets to a list, should It become necessary.
great many sufferers I The county has employed O'Harra, hibiting the spring snoot
with stomach trouble, O'Harra, Wood & Walker to assist
_uk an gt cooked grub at tho nojr with thlo (Inn, will amply aafe-1 wapsle and other rivers which aro
Afferent oountry hotels, which Is one guard the interests of the people and followed by water and shore birds.
1 31 ft 4.— A.1 I T. Una..
The SIDWAY is the only baby
carriage with springs that can be
regulated to exactly suit the in
creasing weight of the baby.
And these springs are marvels of
gentleness. Whether baby weighs
seven or forty pounds, whether you
ride hinj over rough roads or
cobblestones, suddenly tilt or turn,
baby rides without a bump, evenly,
easily, phantomlike. This is because
The following companies carried the I
insurance: School Work on Exhibition.
Fire Association of Philadelphia.! PITTSBURGH, March 80.—Patron's
|1400 day ln the schools of Allegaheny and
and Edinburgh, $1,400.
British American of Toronto, $600.
Westchester of New York, $€00.
Retail Merchants, $300.
North British Mercantile of London other western Pennsylvania counties
long-leaf suspension springs.
Tbb Nam* on tin Ftaw of Ererjr Geauin*
The Sidway is unconditionally guaran
teed for two year*. This includes the
Fabrikoid Leather made exclusively for
the Sidway, and carrying the additional
guarantee of the DuPont Fabrikoid Co.,
sole makers of Fabrikoid.
Made In various styles to suit every
purse, by the Sidway Mercantile Co,,
Elkhart, lad. Sec the full line at
Game Officials Will Enforce
Spring 8ho»t!ng Law
Whether Judge Thompson decides
for or against the legality of the Jury deputies are following tie
the board of supervisors hag taken flight of .ducks across Iowa,
A A HAMH mw AM IT 4 A a all. ..I 4At
properly prosecute the case to a final Some people in Iowa have believed
termination. I that shooting of ducks in the spring
jwas prohibited only along the Missis
MONTROSE LOSS IS I
Total Insurance Carried on Buildings
Burned is $4,300 and Loss
Is Over $S,000.
Eighty or ninety federal game
south to north, with one or two sta
tioned at each, of the lakes or the
IV DUSUl UUliCU ail V*
members have signed a call for a' swamps where ducks are apt to re
special meeting of the board to be main for some time after the prin
cipal migration has passed.
The purpose of these deputies fs
to enforce the new federal law pro
hibiting the spring shooting of ducks
other migratory birds.
attorney in the prosecution Deputies will follow the Mississippi
Anderson. This is a suffl-|amj Missouri rivers, and the Des
"»W to. low* tie Cete tl»
sippi and Missouri rivers. This is an
BUT HALT COVERED of agriculture sent a telegram to
State Game Warden Hinshaw saying
that the law applied to every part of
today drew thousands of persons to
exhibits of general school work and
manual training and domestic science
"On my wash day, which I want
to make as easy as possible, I
can't get along without
"It loosens the dirt like
wear on the
clothes—saves my back
and better." 9
"Just get a cake and try
it the next wash day
you'll never be with
out Peosta then.
Ask your grocer."
For 10 Peosta Sosp
Wrappers and 4c we
will mail you one 10c
cake of our Per
fumed Maple Leaf
Addrtm Jas. Baach A
Son*. SvbtKM. l»wk
THE DAILY GATE CITY
.. p' SHOWS LOSSES
(Continued from page 1.)
fled approval of the execution of 149
mutineers of General Castro's com
mand at Jojutla when he met Castro
and personally praised him highly
for his prompt suppression of tho
revolt in the federal ranks.
As a reward for the slaughter ot
tha conscripted soldiers in furnishing
this bloody lesson to the Huerta
army. It is understood General Cas
tro will be given an Important post
in the north. One of the oldest gen
erals in the Mexican service and
bearing the reputation of being one
of the bloodiest commanders, Castro
has received nothing but praise for
his report of the Jojutla executions
which is given complete credence by
Genera] Caatro has a wide reputa
tion as a disciplinarian, as well as for
ipersonal bravery. ,, He was the first:
to enter Vera Cruz when Felix Diaz
was routed there. Castro was wound-:
ed, but as he lay in the street, he
allot and killed the man who had!
brought him down.
Fort Madison Estates will be Affect
ed by Order of State
Ft. Madison Democrat: Treasurer
W. C. Brown of the state of Iowa de
sires to collect collateral inheritance
tax from the estate of Samuel Atlee
atfd Carolina Timpe, late deceased? of
Lee county. He has voiced his desire
by an order issued through the office
of the county attorney commanding
W. H. Atlee, Geo. M. Hanchett, Mar
garet Hanchjtt, and Mrs. Peter Okell
to appear before the district court at.
10:00 a. m., on April 6th and straight
en out the matter. Order for filing
of Inventory of the Atlee estate had
bsjn issued by Mr. Brown's request
The hearing of the Timpe estate
matter will be at 10:00 a. m., April
2nd. Notices to appear at that time
were ordered served on W. R. Timpe,
Sophia Timpe Hosier and George S.
jk*A fnllAwlna* fhA I
Palmer of the department
Practically $4,800 Insurance waejYeggmen blew the safe in the Tost
carried on the buildings and contents office here last night and escaped
destroyed in the fire at Montrose on! with over 11,000 in cash and stamps.
Wednesday morning. This is a little The explosion wrecked the postofflce
less than one-half of the total loss. land roused the entire village.
FREBPORT. N. Y.. March 20.—
Jap Naval Budget.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
TOKIO, March 20.—After a .confer
ence of iboth houses, discussion as to
the proposed nsduction of naval esti
mates, end"ed in a disagreement today
and the budget failed of passage.
Action by the caibinet towards solving
the question is expected socn.
I wish to announce to my friends
anJ che voters that I will be a can
didate for the nomination of clerk of
the district court of ~«ee county, .sub
ject to the action of the democratic
W. W. GWIN.
To Henry Green, Esther Green, his
wife, E. D. Greene, his assignee,
and Ollie Lrwis:
my Intention, thirty (30) days after
to him of the following described real
the service hereof, to declare a for- trifl0 higher on account of firmness 8.66.
11 tnAjlfl Ivai iMh A III onn \il
February 27, 1914. 40%
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
Private property of stockholders IS to
be exempt from corporate debts.
T. C. HARRISON,
29. 1913, amounting to thlrty-flve dol- for July futures.
/*OS A.A *V a InsiiMii/in /Iiia 1 »-l !•. a
tober 29, 1913, amounting to tUres
29. l»is, amounting uj Lnuiy-nve uw \»av ana at ror JUiy luiurra. —,
lars ($35.00) the insurance due Oo Provisions moved in a narrow range receipts 400 miAit
purchase price that became due Janu
ary 1 and February 1, 1914, amount- Dally Range of Prioes.
ing to fifteen dollars ($15.00). And CHICAGO, 111., Mfcrch 20.—
that you or any of you can avoid such Open. High. Low.
forfeiture by paying to me within WHEAT—
thirty days from the service her»f May 94 64% 88%
such unpaid taxes, interest, Insurance July 89% 89^4 88%
and portions of purchase money, with CORN—
Interest and the costs of publication May 69%
of this notice.
At the start, pricas were a 8.65: light, 8.«6®3.W
the service nereot, to aeciare a trine higher on account or .. IUB»I
feiture of the contract made by Liverpool. A reaction set In and Cattle \$3.56.
with said Henry Green for the sale com dipped, but at noon prioes were Beeves, $7.00®«.5o ®°w*
estate, to-wlt: Lot twelve (12) ln block corn opened stwady and a ehade 8.U5. Texans, $7.1 9
thirty four (34) in Mason's lower ad-jlow0r and quickly declined, when calves, $3.00©9.00. _mrkAt
dition to th.) city of Keokuk, in Lee
county, state of Iowa because of your an^ July in the forenoon. |»teady. Native, $4.75®6^5,
failure to pay the taxes due January oats were firm and a shade hlgiher '4-90®^®L:_
1, 1913 amounting to five and 71-100
dollsrs'($6.71) the Interest due July
the start but easad ofT with corn ern, $€.7oB7.su.
noon showed a I OSB of for
iim i»nrtiona nt the .1.. in hnn $i ,email@example.com, cows and heifers, $4.25® Live noultrv market firm.
dollars ($3.00) and portions of the!
of the strength in hogs,
Notice is hereby given of the in-!**uIy ''-V"
corporation of the Lake Cooper Ice LARD
Company, with its principal place of,^fty 10.87
v_ 1/ iii tw I a a* a »n a
business in the City of Keokuk, Lee 11.10
County, Iowa. (2). The general n%
ture of Its business will be to harvest,
store, buy and sell ice for any and all
purposes, and it may, In case the
stock holders so determine, manufac
ture ice. (3). The amount of Its au
thorized capital stock fs Ten Thousand
Dollars, and same is to be issued
when subscribed and paid for. (4), The
time of the commencement of the
corporation will be the time of the fil
Chicago Cash Oraln.
CHICAGO, March 20.—Wheat—No.
2 red, 9a%c No. 3 red, 94®94%c No.
2 hard, 98%c No. 3 hard, 93@»3%c
No. 3 spring, 92%@94%e.
Vvi an viva# t*111 vj tuu w4 4** 1
ing of its Articles for record and It! 68*30. No. 3 yellow, 66®09o No. 4,
83®64%c No. 4 whitJ, 65%0«7c»
•No. 4 yellow, 63 0-64
will endure for 20 years, unless sooner
dissolved. (5). The business aad af
'fairs of the corporation tfill be man
aged by a board of not less than
three, nor more than five, directors,
who will be elected annually by the
stockholders. (6). The highest amount
1 of indebtedness to which the incorpor
ation is at any time to subject itself is
I two-thirds of its capital stock. (7).
Corn—No. 2 yellow, 66%®09c No.
Oats—No. 3 white, 39%@40c No.
4 white, 39%®39V&c standard, 41c.
PEORIA, 111., March 20.—Corn—
Market %©lc lower. No. 3 yellow,
66066%c No. 4 yellow, 64%®65c
No. 3 m1xe% 6*©09%c No. 4 mixed,
Oats—Market steady. No. 2 white,
40%c No. 3 white, 39%c No. 4 white
38%c standard, 40e.
INTERIOR DECORATING SPECIALIZED
and Homefurnishing one
LATEST MARKET QUOTATIONS
United Praae Aseeelstlwas Tefe®r«ph Marks*
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
CHICAGO, March 20.—Wheat prices
aua held fairly well today after a tempor
You are hereby notified that it
ary set back caused by depression in j*8.5508.9O.
closing figures. 17 1508 16"'
began taking profits. May losi fiheep receipts ,000,
St. Louis Live Stock.
BAST ST. LOUIS, March 20.—Cattle
prices a shade higher on ao- ^heffers $4 25®
$firstname.lastname@example.org cows and heifers, $4.25®
6.76 stackers and feeders, $5.30®8.00
calves, £0.00 @®,60 Texas steers,
$575Q8.00 cows and heifers. 4.50@
Coffee Rio No. 7 on spot, 6%c.
er. Mixed and butchers, $8-80@9.«J
$8.26 09.60 light, $8.8609.06 bulk,
$8.8R@9.00 pigs, f7.00®8.»5.
g9^ Sheep receipts 700 market steady.
'Sheep and mutton, $5.75@.46 lambs,
Kansas City Uve 8tock,
KANSAS CITY, March 20.—Cattle
receipts SOO markst steady. Steers,
$8.6009.25: cows and heifers, $4.35®
8.76 stockers and feeders, JMS.760
8.25 calves, $6.60010.00.
Hog receipts 3,000 market 5@10c
higher. Bulk, $5.6008.80 heavy, $8.75 115.00.
@8.86 medium, $email@example.com« light,
Sheap receipts 2,000 market
steady. Lamlbs, $6.9007.60 ewes,
$5.2506.00 wethers, $3J60@6.50.
Omaha Live 8toe rtt
3, 65%®68%c No. 3 white, 68® 8.70 cows and heifers, $6.6007.26
stockers and feeders, 7.7608.25
calves. $7.6009.60 bulls and stags,
300 market steady. ®teers, $S.20@
Hog receipts 9,500 marks* steady,
weak. Bulk, $8.5008.70.
Sheep receipts 3,000 market
steady, strong. Yearlings, $6.40®!
6.85 wethers, $5.6500.15
$7.4507.75 ewes. $5.0008.86.
CHICAGO, March 20.—Butter—Ex-
tras, 24%c firsts. 22023c dairy ex
tras, 23023%c dairy firsts, 21 (5^22c.
Efcjps—Firsts, 19o ordinary firsts,
FRIDAY, MARCH 20,1914
thoroughly manned and splendidly directed depart
this great institution
ating Deptarment, which gives every benefit of long
training, every degree of expert service, to home
owners, builders and architects who are content
with only the best.
SUGGESTIONS TO MEET ANY
TASTE and EVERY SITUATION
At your bidding, skilled artiste will confer with you regarding any
contemplated embellishment of home or office, and, in worthy
rastions give you every benefit of a long experience Estimates,
also, promptly and gladly submitted—and without slightest obliga
BEST WALL PAPERS FEATURED
Best ot foreign and American paper* and some exclusive de
signs—price a matter of exceeding note, but oot lewi interesting
ttSL the proficiency with which our staff of workmen will hang
any of these papers on your walls.
TO PUT INTO HSJXJDTIOiN' those deep laid plant
for pretty little Improvements here and there in your homes.
M*vb« it's your bed-room that occupies your thoughts, or per
haps It's your living room—or is it the parlor? Whichever It may
Make a point of visiting the Drapery Department and you
-rt-ill be sure to find those charming effects you have been pictur
ing in your mind. It will surprise you hpw- far a few dollars will
go toward •beautifying your home.
Make a point of seeing the endless variety of 8unfa«t fabrics
—Armures, Reps, Damasks, Transparent novelty weaves, etc. You
will find our collection very interesting.
WE INVITE CHARGE ACCOUNTS
Over Oat* CIV
Chicago Uve Stock.
CHICAGO, March flO.—Hog receipts
10,000 market slow, 6c higher. Mixed
and butchers, $8.«6®8.90 good heavy
rough heavy, |8.4B@
Sugar, refined, market firmer. Cot
loaf, $5.10 crushed, $6.00 powdered,
$3.90(94.00 granulated, |3.86®3.95.
Coffee Rio No. 1 on spot, 8%c.
Tallow market quiet. City,
oountry, 0@6%c specials, 7c.
Hay m&rket elsler. Prime, 1.02H
1.07% No. 3, 76@87%o clover. «0fl
Dressed poultry market dull,
keys, lC@26c chickens, l4®26«t
IS OUR FIELD
—and Keokuk knows us well by what we have done
in making the home, the office, the hotel or chnrch.
moi© beautiful and more artistic—a perfect picture of
decorative possibility it affords. Same care and
expertness in our decoration of a single room as in the
beautifying of a mansion,
Potatoes—Michigan, M#Woi Wis*
consin, 60®«5c Minnesota, 60® 66c.
Live poultry-^- Fowls, W®W^4c!,
ducks, 14&17o gaese, 12®18c spring
chickens, turkeys, l«@i6c.
Msw York Produce.
N®W YORK, March 8.0—Flour mafr
ket dull, unchanged.
Pork market steady. Mess, $23,009
Lard market quiet. Middle west
Sugar, raw, market firmer. Centri
fugal test, $3.ul Muecavado 89
Live poultry market firm. Geese.
14c ducks, 18c fowls, l%o turkeys
16018c roosters, 14c.
Cheese market active. State milk
common to special, 16®19%c
skims, l%06c skims, common to
Butter market steady. Receipts
407. Creamery extras, 86025%o
dairy tube, 18024c imitation cream
ery firsts, 19% 020c.
Egg market firm. Receipts, 20.86&
Nearby white fanoy, 83@®4c( nearby
mixed fancy, 21% ©Mo fresh, 21023a
St. Louis Hay and Straw.
6T. LOUIS, March 19.—Clover mix
ed, $14.00018.00 timothy, *15.600
18.60 upland prairie, $12.00014.60
alfalfa, $12.00018.60 clover, $13.00®
Straw—Wheat, $5.7506.00, on track.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
WASHINGTON, March 20—A cen
sus bureau report today showed the
ootton crop of 1913 excluding Hnters.
to be 13,964,981 bales counting round
as half bales, compared with 13,488,539
for 1912. Included In the statistics
for 1913 are 99,916 round bales, 77,940
bales. Average weight is
pounds for 1913, compared with 508.00
for 1912. Expressed in equivalent 500
pound bales, gross, the 1913 crop if
14,127,356 compared with 13,703,421
jfor 1912. Cotton estimates'by glnners
lambs, 1 as remaining to be ginned and includ
ed in the statistics for 1918 amounts
to 29,267 bales. In addition 629,019
running bales of llnters were obtain-
ed from the crop of 1913, compared
with 602,324 bales for 1912, equivalent
to 639,796 bales of 600 pounds for
1913 and 608,594 for 1913.