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PAGE SIX THE ADTJCAH EVENING SUN Il AVEIXnWAY AUGUST 17 J
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1IISOIII Snits
llluo Stone
Copperas
farts Grwn
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Castor t Oil for Iiugglc
Ammonia
AmmoniaOrmle
Crude Carbolic Arid
Xcatsfoot Oil
Insert Jowilor
Moth Balls
Aniliioiila
Deimtuml Alcohol
BoraxVetroleunt
Ietroleinn
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I TIIK MORE YOU 1WY AT A TIME TIIK CIUJAIHH VK CAN
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Irulgllits I Fifth and Uraailirny I
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IThe I Evening Sons Daily Markets I
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I LOCAL PRODUCE
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Eggs per donzen 14 cents
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Butter packing stock 16 cents
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Spring chickens pound 11 cents
liens pound 10 > cents
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LIVESTOCK
Louisville Aug 17The receipts
of cattle were 59 head for the two
days this week 1617 Only a few
of the local butchers and traders I
wero In evidence their demands
demandsI I
Kill Off Cockroaches I
Easy Way to Get Rid ol These
Repulsive Baas
Nearly every home hai the eocfcroaeh and
nleu exterminated h lDcreaaeaat rapid rate
ualeaaexterminawdbelacreaseastanpldnAt
At the first dgn of a roach t > utStfirn Electric
Rat and Roach Paste In the link and OB the
ibelrei at eight and In the morning you can
sweep up a panful of dead cockroaches
Steam Eleetrlo puts 1 Ii also guaranteed to I
kill off rata mice or other TermladrlTloirthcm
cut of the bouse to die
y Steams Eleetrlo Pute Is sold bydrareUtior
sent exprm prrpaUon receipt of price 3 oz box
J5t JG oz box 1100
3Sc10ozbozlloaSteams
Stearns Electric Paste Co Chicago Ill
SIGNS
Brasi
BrasiGlass
Glass
GlassElectric
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Emblcmah
BoardWire
Wire
Make ns s rough akslsS i I I
give the space the sign ia
to occupy and we will
make a design free of
charge
Rubber Stamps made to
order and office supplies
1 carried in stock
Mail Orders Given Prompt
i Attention
4Diamond 4 Stamp Works
115 S 3rd St Phones 358 I
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Just Received at
M1 tSAPOWLER t
t SUPPLY
SUPPLYCOS
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Two thousand rolls of Rubber
Asphalt Stone Coated Pebble
Top and mack Diamond Roof
ing all complete ready to lay
which Is offered for sale at
greatly reduced price All roof
Ing guaranteed to be as repre
t trented t Call and inspect our
stock which is the largest
t ever brought to the city
Telephone 83
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narrow The market ruled slow and
dull Choice handywelght butcher
cattle were about steady Common
and Inferior kInds dull and draggy
Some demand for prime stockers
and feeders at steady prices Me
dlum and common slow sale Dulls
dull Canners and cutters slow 1
Milch cows about steady No prime
heavy shipping cattle here Feeling I
easy The pens were fairly well
cleared The market closed weill
Calves
The receipts were 40 head for
the two days this week 2G1 head I
The market ruled about steady I
Bulk of the best selling at 77c i
medium 67c common 2Gc
HogsI I
The receipts were fifi head for
the two days thin week 833 head I
The market ruled 5o higher on all
grades Selected heavy hogs 200 I
I pounds and up 805 mediums
165 to 200 pounds 900 light
shippers and heavy pigs 90 to 165
pounds 915 light pigs 89
roughs 780 down
Sheep and Iambs
The receipts were 15CO head for
Itho two days this week 7807 head
The market ruled steady to 26c
higher Bulk of best lambs selling
sellingI I
51545olculls I > I
down bucks 3c down There is
fair demand for prime stock ewes
Thin common sheep and trashy cull
lambs slow sale
St Louis Aug 11CattleRe
ceipts 5000 including 1400 Tex
ans market steady aNtivo beef
steers 5750820 cows and helf
ans market steady Native beef
era 32GQ > 650 Texas and Indian
steers 4256GO cows and heif
ers 3GO > GOO calves In carload
lots 5G00 > 775 HogsReceipts
6000 market steady Pigs and
lights 800925 packers 775
900 butchers and best heavy I
3G88S SheepReceipts 5
OOO market steady Native mut
tons 400426f lambs 600
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Conservation of Trout
IL Clay Pierce who has made
several fortunes in oil and railroad
properties Is an enthusiastic hunter
and fisherman Up in Wisconsin he
owns a big lake Into which he has
put every species of trout he could
find in this country and Europe
and occasionally ho makes up a
party of friends to go out and fish
for samples of themThe Popular
Magazine The average pay for women In the
IThe
Industries is 4 GO to GGO
Post Toasties l greatI I
CLOSES STRONG
IN THE PII
WHKAT MAUKKT TAKKS 1IIIAC
AT WKKICS I D
Early Weakness duo to Pressure hy l
Hetljjers Keel Effect of
Heavy Soles
IS LlTTLi TRADING IX OATS
Chicago Aug 17Tho wlieat
market was draggy and lower during
the early part of last week but be
came quite utroug toward the last
when Europe began to take interest i
In American wheat markets The
eaTly I weakness wan due to pressure
by hedgers end from I liberal offerings
and rapidlyincreasing supplied In
the domestic field AH of the lend
ing markets began to feel the effect
of the recent heavy sales of grain
from the Interior In the absence of
ait export outlet or any material
I mlllhrg demand for wheat the Avail
able supply of money is being used
up pretty fart in all directions In
addition to this there wns a block
Ing of terminal tracks at most of the
bg t receiving points but this Is ex
pected to be of short duraton One
of the largest grain elevators pulled
out of the market during the week
for cash Wheat because It already
had more cars than it could conven
iently handle until the Blockade is
cleaned up Tho effect of this with
drawal of competition was promptly
felt on wheat prices
On Thursday all sorts of export
rumors were current Sifted down
lit developed that there was a little
business doing from the Atlantic
seaboard as well as in Manitoba
wheats but prices > were low and the
quantity not important A Duluth
export house which also runs quite
heavily into speculation reported
l the sale of a cargo of winter wheat
from Chicago for direct export to
France and bought about 100000
I bushels 6f August wheat hero The
report of another sale for direct ex
port fty a local house was found to
be a continuation of the tales prev
IIw
Iou III made to go to Buffalo where
a low rate of storage is available
There is still n difference of two to
four cents a bushel against the
working of wheat from Chicago to
Europe for an ordinarily reasonable
profit but export houses say this
country and Europe are gradually
but steadily getUng nearer to al
working basis With a continuation I
of the strength recently shown 4n
the European centers and the move
ment of wheat from the Interior
herelt fir expected that sjtf export
basis will be very speedily arrived
nt
Big Factor In Market
European buying of wheat
futures In Chicago market has been
an Increasing factor in the market
for several days The chief buying
wag for December delivery but the
demand was pretty well distributed
through the list Tho buying at one
time during the week was qulto persistent
tent but mainly of small and scat
tered lots and through quite a num
ber of commission houses The
character of the orders Indicated
rather widespread interest in peat
throughout Europe
This Interest on the part of the
Europeans became a big factor in
the trade late in the week and
marked improvement In general
speculative interest as well as a big
change In popular sentiment In the
trade wn4 noted The greater part
of tho foreign + buying here was of
futures although there was substan
tial evidence also that more or loss
export business was dono at various
point Tho trade was also counting
on a falling off In cash wheat sales
soon although the advance in prices
called out further sales from the
country A revival in the flour trade
was a dlsUnct help to values and
sentiment The bulk of the new
demand for flour was domestic but
Southwestern mills claimed to have
sold contlerable for export
The trade will not take a great
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smelly feet corns cnllouies or bunions
con quickly make their feet well now i
Heres Is instant relief and a laajjnj t
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TIZ makes tore feet well and iwollen
feet ore quickly reduced to their na
tural size Thousands of ladle hay 0
been able to wear ihoei a full six e
smaller with perfect comfort
its the only toot remedy ever made
which acts on the principal of drawing
out all the poisonous exudations which
cause sore feet Powders and other
remedies merely clog up the pores TIZ
cleanses them out and keep them
clean It work right off You will 1
feel better the very tint time its used
Uso It a week and you can forget you j
ever had lore feet There Is I nothing
on earth that can compare with It
TIZ Is for sale nt all druggists at 2 u
cents per box or It will be lent you
I direct It you wish from Walter Luther
Dodge k Co Dodge Dldff Chicago Ill
deal of stock In export business until I
ocean freight rates show a better
tone There has not been enough
business done thus far to caimi
much of n rlpplo In the ocean freight
market wbtch has been down to a n
almost normal l haMs for some time
The lake rate Is very low and wheat
can bo carried from Chicago to Mon
treal for 3 cents a bushel
Crop ItcK > rt Surprises
Surprises in the government crop
report for August which was issued
on lomlay wore the big total 1
inter wheat crop and the reduc
Lion of more than rlx points In the
condition of corn The email deter
j
mination In spring wheat and oats
was about as anticipated Tho gain t
of 44000000 bushels In winter
wheat in the last month has been I
Offset by only 2000000 bushel loss
In spring The total wheat crop of r t
C09000000 bushejs Is still 68
000000 ImsheU less than tact year
but It shows a comfortable surplus
for export after providing for homo
needs and reserve
The wheat report was given a
very bearish construction by the
trade find helped materially to
weaken prices during the earty pa rtat
of the week
Thre was conslilorablo pressure on L
khedt litea bra frbnfmT
cell 11coUB Iongsonrrt Monday Tho
t
depressing influences on the market
chien llbertol market
were chiefly from
lugs and rapidly Increasing euppllee I t
at center of accumulation and the t
heavy shipments from other coun
tries to Europe C4 h wheat prom
fume here improved epmo under in I
creating competition between eleva
tor concerns Consignments to this I
market wore heavy but purchases I
made in the country over Sunday
were very small
Scarcely any business outside ofi
local was transacted on Tuesday
The volume of this was also un
usually small There was a claim
of a dropping off of receipts south
west and this helped to strengthen I
the market but the chief bulHsh Influence
e
fluence throughout tho session was
unfavorable weather reports bad L
crop reports end higher markets in 1 I
France There were clami axe 1 In I
the day of export purchases of
480000 bushels of wheat in various
positions for French account The I
bulk of this was reported to be
Durum brought mainly of Duluth
exporters and a little sort wheat at
Atlantic ports
portsNervous
Nervous and Choppy
On Wednesday the market wan a
nervous and choppy affair The I I
tendency was lower under the influ
once of a heavy supply of actual I
wheat here for which there was no I
apparent immedlato outlet The
early tone was weak following a
decline at Minneapolis where values I
were Influenced by the lowering of
tho grade there orI I
Substantial advance were made
on > Wednesday chiefly the result of
ulllsh foreign news There was
quite an Increase In speculative ac
tivity foreign buying of futures 1
comprising a large part of it Early
cables told of sentotlonal EndI I
losses In Francs as the result of a
big storm Further advances In1
Paris were supplemented by rains In
itoher Ontlnental markets and Jo
Iverpool There was good buying i
of > f all futures here for bUlngJ
roust and reports of some purchases I t
r if cash for export Meanwhile the
domestic trade was increasing and
speculators and cash handlero were
expecting a falling off In wheat re
ceipts soqn This was expected toIJ
have much Influence on home and P
foreign values it
Local pit leader l were active buy
ire on Fridays BartlettFrazler be i
gan buying May wheat on a large a
sale > and the whole trade became excited
I
cited on the odranoe which followed c
Liverpool reprted shorts covering
there beenuse of tho continued buy 1
ing of cargoes l > y the cpntlnent and CI
reports of damage by heavy solos In c
Russia I
At tlI end of the week September j
heat showed a gain of1t 1A cents I
aver the close of the previous ookc
December was 1 cents higher and t
Jay gained 2 U cents ti
Corn displayed considerable stub
born strength all during the week tt
MONROE STREET
tTO BE GRAYELED
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AT IJCAST II P W WIMi HKCOM
AIKXI IT
Routine Iluslness Id Transacted nt
Moetlni of Honrtl Held Lust
Kveiiliir
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IXOIXB OlMKItKU VQll SAIK
Routine business of no special
Importance and little of that occu
pied the attention ot the board of
public works for a short time last
night at the city ball Owing to the
warm weather the meeting was half
an hour Into In beginning This
Inspectingg
the new concrete sidewalks along
North Twelfth street from Ken
tucky avenue to Trlmblo street Tho
work was recently completed
The board decided to recommend
to the general council that Monroe
street west of Fountain avenue be
graded and graveled for a distance
of one block Some proportyownors
along that street have requested thor
Improvement
A petition was received from
fromu
property owners asking for an arc
nl
street and Guthrie avenue No
action was taken and the matter
deferred until the new engine la in
stalled at the city light plant
The Nortonvlllo Coal company
60which recently sold out to tho Nor
companyn
1was requested to see that their con
tract for furnishing coal for the
city light plant be fulfilled The
new company cancelled the contract
as it had sold Its output to tho JIll
nols cCntral Railroad company but
1the old company has agreed to
1supply the seven car loads due from
the St Bernard Coal and Mining
company A shipment will be wads
this week
Street Inspector Ernest Bell K >
ported ho had collected I162C from
C E Jennings for the construction
propertyn
ol Lee Boll colored at Ninth and
Caldwell streets Mr Jennings for
merly owned the property which
was sold to Bell and he was unublc
to matte the Improvement
Supt W H Force of the Mtv
light plant was instructed to ad
thata
was rewound 17 months ago for
sale The machine was rewound
at a total expense of 875 and since
that time it has not been In com
mission having only been operated
altogether about 24 hours It is
almost as good as new and formerly
formerlyt
has had an offer for It and It will
bu sold if a satisfactory price cnn
be gotten
gottenOnly
Only President Rudy and Mr
Lack were present last night
1LKAI WITH DICKIVSOV
iriilllitniM Talk Autonomy Hwrf
tJiry Says CuntrrcM Oust Aft
ManHa Aug 16Jacob M Dick
fInsan the American secretary of
war found It necessary to define the
limitations of a cabinet officer to
tho Philippines I At Lucona a reo
coptlon was given In honor of Secre
ntarp Dickinson and GovGen Forbes
Forbese
sembly who was presented to the
secretary urged Immediate Inde
ficndence for the Islands Another
assemblyman as an alternative
urged a popular constitution and an
elective senate
Secretary Dickinson In replying
stated that there wore limitation to
the portion of a cabinet officer He
said that congreM wan the only
place where the political status or
the Islands could bo discussed
UST CLVK IX IUCE CASIJ j
Clncland Pollen Hunt a Negro and
n Sicilian I
Cleveland 0 Aug 11Dctec
fives seeking a eolirtton of tho
mys I
IthljJ surrounding the death of Wil
lIam L L hits mllHonalro attorney
Intho and
tho street ten days ago today admit
admittOd are now fol
lowing fang to produce result they
are at the end of their resource
resourceThe a
Icolered
colored man and a Sicilian who
sought to sell a revolver of the typo
whichthe and
the chat that killed Jibe was fired
Europofurnish The
furnish the best soldiers
wasdull although the <
dull
Although
reTort
POrt IfhowelJ a big
falling off as com
cornared month agolt never
nevertheless
thanover
tacthowever over before
however was offset thy the big short
BhortBgeesUmated Longswero
moderate woce
rate
90Idvery buyers
very I1ttlo corn of late September
SoptCiIDoorwIOOt
showodan Wlieat
an thoclose advance
December close of tho
bee was 2
Iaygained
gained 2y cents
incats little I
1nff
Were
attimes
times but thoro was
some Inyest
nyetment ty out
IldfltJ Oat mods tractional l gains
gainstor
tor the week I
Jo
n
EXCURSION
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G W ROBERTSON
NtblsI
I at 830 Oe ock
hsDand
Band Bert or order no IntoxlcntlnJ
liquors
or improper charAc
charActers
ters allowed 1aro
aro round trill 25 cents
rightto
to reject any person we see fit
J 13 IIOUINS Muster
BEATS PIGEONS
M HUNO vicrrou IN Ll omI
DAMII
Iluliert I itluint Illcs from lIhllrl4
of Purl to AinUiiS illIlllhIK
Kit Itoulo
IAmlolB I Franco Aug 17Tho
first aerial race between tho birds of
haturo and of luaus own uroductlon
took place In the course of the great
Aerial crosscountry compotlUon and
gas easily von by man A flock of
47 carrier ylgeona was released at
Doual yesterday at tho same Instant
that Ix Blanc In hh Fvman biplane
started from the mark gn his 60
mile flight to Amiens
Kudhlng through tho calm air the
biplane soon outdistanced tho birds
and when Le Wane reached Amiens
the flock wasp not yet In sight the
first pigeon arriving nix minutes and
twenty s conda after Le Blanc lie
I fore the last of tho flock had come
In Lo Qagnoux who had started at
the same tin o as Lo Blanc but con
wimed nine minutes inure on the
trip arrived boating the last pigeon
by 20 minute
Hubert Latham flew today from
16P I Los MoHneaux in the suburb
of Paris to Amiens stopping on
route to tnko lunch with friendu at
Urwtevll + die thereby accompllshrd
practically the last lap In tho crow
country race a dlstanro of about 08
miles but In tho reverse direction
When sidetrack an taken Into
account wo have more railroad
mileage than nil the rest of the
world
HOUSIilOLI > JllwMICDIKS
which hnvo stood tho test of bole
deserve n place In tho medicine
chest of every family Mother are
today administering to their chll
dren tho oIDldllll their grand
mothers used
For thirty year Lydla H Pink
ham Vegetable Compound made
from roots and herbs has been e r
Ing the women of this couhtry fr0m
the worst form of female ills and
merit alone could have stood such l a
test of time and won such an ti
viable record
Ie
JI J Times Flight Turned Backward
I SAGE Made Her AND Look Twenty SULPHUR Years Younger
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nn Whau a 111 bad rir < d cltMtir Ionf
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molt andtbro been to turn tray I was laitotnl
by she many rood tcparu I hJ head ol Wjtthi
hair aD Sulphur llilr Krmtdr lo iry a botl Mr
balr wa4uIts thin and arsy whta I beta sale Ega
end Sulphur not vu aa Imaats my salatfatliw
wttn J tuned that rrou WII last comics back 10 au
mural conduit bet Ir Ihkkn daikcr and tsoif
abasrthin it I baH hfa 11 timei I ODIIo4
to use 5aeeandadpksrandmytrunewashavr
dark aadamooth at w hen I vaa a glilol I dates ills
now lour ynts ainct I romnrarcd asietaesed
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If Your Druggist Does Not Keep
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CITIZENS SAVINGS BANK
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State Depository
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