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WVWJ''• HMmMWmwwvw i' PAGE TWO r:"iZT' .j"..-T:'..V Take Iron, Says Doctor, if You^ Want Plenty of'Stay There7 Strength Like an Athlete! 'Ordinary Nuxated Iron Will Make Delicate, Nervous, Rundown People 200 Percent Stronger in Two Week's Time, in Many Cases. NEW YORK, N. Y.—Most people foolishly seem to think they are going to get renewed health and strength from some stimulating medi cine, secret nostrum or narcotic drug, said Dr. Sauer, a well known Special ist who has studied widely both in this country and Europe, when, as a matter of fact, real and true strength can only come from the food you eat. But people often fail to get the strength out of their food because they haven't enough iron in their blood to enable it to change food into living matter. From their weakened, nervous condition they know some thing is wrong, but they can't tell what, so they generally commence doctoring for stomach. liver or kid ney trouble or symptoms of some other ailment caused by the lack of iron in the blood. This thing may go on for years, while the patient suf fers untold agony. If you are not strong or well, you owe it to yourself to make the following test. See how long you can work or how far you can walk without becoming tired. Next take two five grain tablets of ordinary nuxated iron three times per day after meals for two weeks. Then test your strength again and see for yourself how much you have gained. I have seen dozens of nervous, run down people who were ailing ail the while, double and even triple their strength and endurance and entirely get rid of all symptoms of dyspepsia, liver and other troubles in from ten amusements AMUSEMENTS A A O A a the uKAIlU TOMORROW Elliott Dexter, Russell Bassett, Frank Losee and A I E O O oriTX" "DIPLOMACY" The exquisite star in her newesft play, a powerful modern drama, beautifully costumed and staged. Bring, The Children Alon& H'LL!S,RJLME f7 The Trtangle Film Corporation Presents D. W. Griffith's Masterpiece "CROSS CURRENTS" FEATURING HELEN WARE A five part drama of unusual merit. —ALSO— wroro AM| cm DC I" new Keystone Comedy WxLDEilV and rlLLUd "THE WORST OF FRIENDS" Three complete shows tonight, 7:00, 8:20 and 9:30 Admission 5 and 10 cents. COMING TOMORROW FRANCES NELSON in "LOVE'S CRUCIBLE." ORPHEUM Theatre VAUDEVILLE TODAY AND TOMORROW Entire change of program. Cut Off Her Hair. NUW YORK. April 20.—Two burg lars who lost their desire to steal and spent their time vandalizing a flat and r.lipping the hair from the head of their pretty victim, are being sought today following the relation of an unusual story by Mrs. Margaret A. Donaldson, of Bay Ridge, N. J. She was awakened by a cloth press ill Jl to fourteen days' time simply by tak ing iron in the proper form, and this after they had in some cases been doctoring for months without obtain ing any benefit. But don't take the old forms of reduced iron, iron ace tate or tincture of iron simply to save a few cents. You must take iron in a form that can be easily ab sorbed and assimilated like nuxated iron if you want it to do you any good, otherwise it may prove worse than useless. Many an athlete or prize fighter has won the day simply because he knew the secret of great strength and endurance and filled his blood with iron before he went into the affray, while many another has gone down to inglorious defeat simply for the lack of iron. NOTE—Nuxated Iron recommended above by Dr. Sauer, is one of the newer organic iron compounds. Un like the older inorganic iron pro ducts, it is easily assimilated, does not injure the teeth, make them black, nor upset the stomach on the contrary, it is a most potent remedy, in nearly all forms of indi gestion, as well as for nervous, run down conditions. The Manufacturers have Buch great confidence in Nux ated Iron that they offer to forfeit $100.00 to any charitable institution if they cannot take any man or woman under 60 who lacks iron and increase their strength 200 per cent or over in four weeks time provided they have no serious organic trouble. They also offer to refund your money if it does not at least double your strength and endurance in ten days' time. It is dispensed in this city by Wilkinson & Co. and all other drug gists. TONIGHT 5 reels of pictures and special added attraction Tom Draper, Tramp Cartoonist See an hour and one-half show and enjoy a good laugh for a dime. COMING SUNDAY AND MONDAY By special request return engagement Chiquita & Co. ed against her face, wlien she tried to scream, it was forced into her mouth and she was then tied. The two men who did the work left her and ripped the apartment from top to bottom, each returning every few minutes to clip a lock of hair from her head. The hair was found Strang along the piano keyboard. i' A I O A ri Hava a" 1 1 'M "5»i.-w, CITY ENGINEER MAKES REPORT "v V: li! Paving and Grading Operations In Keokuk During the Past Year With Cost of ..Work.,..,.. v': SEWERS CONSTRUCTED Much Grading Done in Various Parts of Town—Other Miscellaneous Facts In the -y" .. ••f Report. y.J The annual report of John F. Winters, city engineer, for the fiscal year ending March SI, 1916, was pre sented to the city council this morn ing. Due to Mr. Winters' recent ill ness, the report is somewhat delayed. According to the report 1,872 feet of brick paving was laid during the past year. This is equivalent to four blocks or one-fourth of a mile.. Brick was laid on South Fifth street from Carroll street to the Kifth street bridge ana 300 feet on the'Commercial street extension. The concrete paving totals 5,012 feet practicaly a mile. The concrete was laid on Nlnetenth. street from Main to Exchange street on Blondeau street from Second to Fourth street: on Sixteenth street from High to Franklin street 100 feet on Kilbourne Place on Exchange street from Sev enteenth street to Kilbourne Place and at the intersection of and Bluff streets. Two alleys were paved with con crete, one in block 52, original city and the other in block 12, Reeves, Perry & Williams addition. Three hundred feet of asphalt ma cadam was laid. This was on Second street from Main to Blondeau street. The total amount of paving of all descriptions was practically a mile and a half. The total cost of the work to both the city and property owners was $34,453.69. There was laid during the year 2,555 feet of sanitary sewer, or fifty-one hundredths of a mile. The total cost was $3,449.02. A considerable amount of grading was done on South Nineteenth street. North Sixteenth street, Kilbourne •Place and Exchange street, prior to paving, and also on the Fifth street bridge fill. The cost to the city was $5,878.31. The concrete retaining wall at the Fifth street bridge and 36 foot con crete box culvert cost the city $953.90. Several storm sewers were laid. Their aggreiafate length was half a mile and their cost 2,488. There was a considerable amount of miscellaneous grading during the year, outside of that done before pav ing, under the direction of the sup erintendent of streets. Two of the big items on the list were on the Reid street hill fill and the levee fill. Here is part of the report In statis tical form: Amount square yards pavement during year 26,17.29 Miles Amount brick pavement 26 Amount macadam resurface pavement 06 Amount concrete pavement 1.09 Amount storm sewer 11 Amount sanitary sewer 51 Total amount brick pavement to date 5.58 Total amount macadam pavement to date 30.02 Total amount concrete pavement to date 3.09 Total amount storm sewer to date 8-29 Total amount sanitary sewer to date 13.11 Total amount improved streets and alleys to date .38.6S Total amount sewers to date 21.54 Total number are lights to date.. 244 Number fire hydrants installed during the year 2 Total number fire hydrants to date 168 Number milee water mains laid during the year 04 Total number miles water mains laid to date 32.01 SPAiNISH VETERANS ARE GIVEN THANKS Ztndef Family Grateful to Them for participation in Services Last Saturday. A letter has been received by mem bers of the Spanish War Veterans here thanking them for their partici pation In the services for the late Leo B. Zindel at Hamilton. The letter fol lows: "Dear Spanish American War Veter ans: We wish to express our heartfelt thanks for the honor and respect shown to my husband and son. Yours sincerely, MRS. C. ZEN 1*521/ AND FAMILY MRS. M. G. ZINDEL." The letter has been placed In tbe historical files of the George V. Jen kins camp No. 22, department of Iowa. HOPE TO AVOID BREAK WITH FRIENDS (Continued from page 1.) Secretary Daniels explained today that one or two marines have been kept at both stations for some time. As for the increase in number, he said: "They are just to watch. It may be just an excess of caution—to have a few more than we need." The marines will not seize the sta tions, he said. •No steps have been taken by the navir department in the matter of ad- A «|/'Hi THE DAILY GATE CITY OUCH! LUMBAGO? Try Musterole. See How Quickly ItRelieves. Yotl just rub ^vIUSTEROLE in briskly, and usually the pain is gone—a delicious, soothing comfort comes to -take its place. MUSTEROLE is a clean, white oint ment, made with oil of mustard. Use it instead of mustard plaster. Will not blister. Doctors and nurses use MUSTEROLE and recommend it to their patients. They will gladly tell you what relief it gives from Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Croup, Stiff Neck, Asthma, Neuralgia, Congestion, Pleurisy, Rheumatism, Lum bago, Pains and Aches of the Back or Joints, Sprains, Sore Muscles, Bruises, Chilblains, Frosted Feet, Colds of the Chest (it often prevents Pneumonia). At your druggist's, in 25c and 50c jars, and a special large hospital size for $2.50. Be sure you get tne genuine MUS TEROLE. Refuse imitations—get what you ask for. The Musterole Company, Cleveland, Ohio. ditional watchfulness over German vessels in United estates ports, he said. CLUB STANDINGS Clubs— P. W. L. Pet Philadelphia 5 4 1 .800 Cincinnati 7 5 2 .714 2 2 .500 3 3 .500 Pittsburgh 7 3 4 .429 Chicago 6 2 4 .333 Brooklyn 3 1 2 .333 New York 4 1 3 .250 Results Yesterday. At Brooklyn 7-9-0 New York 3-11-1. At Philadelphia 6-10-1 Boston 5-11-0 Games Today. Brooklyn at Boston. Philadelphia at New York. St. Louis at Pittsburgh. Cincinnati at Chicago. American League. Clubs— P. W. L. Pet. New York .., 4 3 1 .750 .Boston 7 5 2 .714 Chicago 8 5 3 .625 St. Louis 7 4 3 .571 Washington 6 3 8 .500 Detroit 7 3 4 .429 Cleveland 6 2 4 .333 Philadelphia 5 0 5 .000 Results Yesterday. At Chicago 2-3-9 St. Louis 6-10-1. At Boston 2-6-0 Washington 0-3-0. At Now York 2-4-0 Philadelphia 1-3-4. At Cleveland—Detroit, postponed. Games Today, Cleveland at St. Louis. Chicago at Detroit New York at Washington. Boston at Philadelphia. American Association, St Paul 7 Indianapolis 1. Minneapolis 5 Louisville 16. Kansas City 4 Columbus S. Milwaukee 1 Toledo 3. WHAT NEWSPAPERS THINK OF NOTE (Continued from page 1.) apparent determination not to yield an inch to Germany has completely wiped out all the earlier Impressions. The newspapers here hold German agents responsible for at least part of President Wilson's troubles in Mex- German Comment. BERLIN, April 19.—The German newspapers comment guardedly on the German-American crisis. The Frankfurter Zeitung makes a pointed answer to the charge of the Cologne Vol Its Zeitung that President Wilson bothers Germany with a de mand for an examination of all her boat commanders every time an English vessel is sunk. "When a ship Is sunk with the loss of Americah lives, there is nothing for the American government to do," said the Frankfurter Zeitung, "but turn to the warring powers to ask what information they can supply on the matter. This procedure is far from being an assumption of inquis itorial powers or an attempt to sit in Judgment on the method of German 'warfare at sea." The Berlin Zeitung declares that Germany will listen respectfully to any statement President Wilson may make but will not allow tbe Ameri can president to define for Germany's ITCHING ECZEMA HEALED WITH DP WITH AMOLOX Use Like Cold Cream to Take Out Redness and Clear the Skin. Amolox, the new scientific prescrip tion. heals eczema and skin eruptions. It stops all itch and burning instantly. Simply apply to the diseased skin this mild, soothing prescription and all agonizing itch will stop and sleep less, restless nights will be a thing of the past. Amolox ointment will quick ly relieve pimples on the face, black beads, and all minor skin troubles. Apply like cold cream. Sufferers from oczema, psoriasis, tetter and bad cases of skin diseases lasting for years, should use both Amolox liquid and ointment to effect a cure. Trial nlee, 50c. Guaranteed by J. F. Kied oisch ft Son. Send postal for free sample to Amolox Laboratories. Youngs town, Ohio. V* 'v 1 Long Commission Co. Grain Letter. [Furnished by Long Commission Co., 403 Main S. Tel. 1,00.] CHICAGO, April 20.—Wheat—An oversold condition in the local market and strength in the northwest mar kets, due to unfavorable weather for seeding, caused a sharp rally today in our wheat market Reports of rain and snow in the northwest was the main factor.- Illinois state crop re port makes the waeat condition 63, or two points lower than April 1, with an abandoned acreage of forty per cent on account of winter killed and floods. Kansas and Nebraska reports were generally favorable. Political news was the chief bear factor and this will probably continue to be im portant to bears for some time on all commodities. Corn—'Prominent local bull was selling corn on every bulge, but the offerings were readily absoroed by one of the local elevator interests, who of late has been conspicuously on the buying side.. While country offerings show some increase, there is no great pressure from this source. Chicago shipments today were larger. Argentine shipments were larger. The weather is unfavorable for field work over a large part of the belt Oats—Large country offerings were offset by a demand from seaboard interests who are buying the May. Cash demands Is reported slow. Much will depend on the growing weather of the next few weeks. Illinois Crop Report. ISPRING-FIE3JD, 111., April 20.— Illinois state crop report shows the following: North division condition, 74 acreage winter wheat killed, 27 per cent Flood killed, 3 per cent. Central section condition, €0. "Win ter killed acreage, 47 per cent Flood killed, 5 per cent. Southern district condition, 64 winter killed area, 4 per cent Flood killed, 7 per cent. Total of state condition, €3 winter killed area, 40 per cent Chicago Estimates for Tomorrow. [Furnished by Long Commission Co., 403 Main. Telephone No. 100.] Hogs, 19,000 cattle, 7,000 Bheep, 8,000 wheat, 92 corn, 91 oats, 174. Liverpool Close. Wheat, unchanged corn, unchang ei Clearances. Wheat and flour, 550,000 corn, 2, 000 oats. 380,000. "\/V Northwest Wheat Receipts. Minneapolis, i227 cars Duluth, 7 cars Winnipeg, 374 cars. Chicago Cash Grain. CHICAGO, April 20.—Wheat—No. 3 red, $1.05 @1.16 No. 3 hard. $1.21. Corn—No. 2 yellow, 77@81c No. 3 yellow, 75%@76c No. 4 yellow, 7394 @74%c No. 5 yellow, 72Mc No. 6 yelldw, 70 71c No. 2 white, 77c No. 3 white, 75@76%c No. 4 white, 74H@75c No. 5 white,. 71@73c No. 6 white, 70%c No. 3 mixed. 74% 75%c No. 4 mixed, 74@74}4c. Oats—No. 3 white, 44 45c No. 4 white, 43%@44%c standard. 46c. Kansas City Cash Grain. [Furnished by Long Commission Co., 403 Main. Telephone No. 100.] KANSAS CITY, April 20.—Wheat No. 3 red, $firstname.lastname@example.org No. 4 red, 94c @$1.04. Corn—No. 3, 70V6c No. 2 yellow, 72V4c No. 3 yellow, 72c No. 2 white, 71^4c No. 3 white, 70%@71c. Oats—No. 2. •«0@41c No. 3, 35® 39c No. 2 white, 45@45%c No. 3 white, 41@44%c No. 4 white, 40@ 40V&C. Peoria Grain. PEORIA, 111., April 20.—Corn—Mar ket unchanged, %c lower, No. 3 white, 743T74%c No. 4 white, 73%c No. 2 yellow, 76c No. 3 yellow, 74c No. 4 yellow, 73@73%c No. 5 yellow, 71%c No. 6 yellow, 69%@71c No. 3 mixed, 74c No. 4 mixed, 72V&@73^4c No. 5 mixed, 71%c No. 6 mixed, 70% §71%c. Oats—Market unchanged. No. 3 white, 43%c No. 4 white, 42*4c. St. Louis Cash Grain. [Furnished by Long Commission Co., 403 Main. Telephone No. 100.] ST. LOUIS, Mo., April 20.—Wheat —No. 2 red, new, $1.18 No. 3 red, new, $email@example.com. Corn—No. 2, 74%c No. 3, 73%c benefit the expression humanity.** "principles of AMUSEMENTS. Marie Doro In "Diplomacy." If you had married the most beau tiful girl that you had ever seen in all your life, after a romantic court ship in which you never even stopped to ask her who she was or where she came from, and if, after you had been married only a short time, every bit of evidence that you could find pointed to the fact that she nad be trayed you and stolen war plans with which you had been entrusted, for a foreign spy—would you believe her guilty? That is the situation in "Diplom acy," the adaptation of the great Sardou drama in which Marie Doro is being starred by the Famous Play ers-Charles Frohman company on the Paramount program. It is the attrac- How's This? W* offer Oat Htmdrad Doltan Reward for any np of CaUrrta tkat oumot be cued by BiS'i Catarrh Core. F. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo, O. We. the nodenUcned. have known P. J. Cheney for the le*t IB rears, and belle-re him verfeetlr honorable la all baaflMta tranaacttoos and flMnchUly able 0 carry oat aor obBgattoaa aaade by Kb firm. KAT. BAITS or COMMERCE. Toledo, Ohio. Catavrti Care la 'JM internally, actin* directly npon tbe blood and mucosa aartacea of the ayMem. Testimonials aent free. Price 70 eenta per bottle. Sold bj all Dranlata. SCMelWJ'e timOr PUla 1m aonatlgatloa, 1. jpr^ Late Market Quotations mi's 1.11 CORN— May July Sept May July LARD— May July .1 RIBS— May ....... July No. 3 yellow, 75c No. 2 white, 74%@ 76c No. 3 white, 72%@73c. Oats—No. 2, 42%c No. 3, 40%c No. 2 'white, 43%@45c standard, 43%@45c No. 3 white, 43%@44c No. 4 white, 42%@43c.' Chicago Live Stock. CHICAGO, April 20.—Hog receipts 24,000 market 5c lower. Mixed and butchers, $firstname.lastname@example.org good heavy, $email@example.com rough heavy, $9.3(T@9.50 light, $9.30@'9:85 pigs, ,$firstname.lastname@example.org. Cattle receipts 3,500 market steady. Beeves, $email@example.com cows and heifers, $firstname.lastname@example.org stockers and feeders, $5.85.§)8.50 Texans, $7.70 @8.65 calves, $email@example.com westerns, $7.75 @8.65. 'Sheep receipts 14,000 market steady. Native, $firstname.lastname@example.org western, ,$7.25@9_10 lambs, $email@example.com west ern, $7.76011.65. Chicago Live Stock—Close. [Furnished by Long Commission Co., 403 Main. Telephone No. 100.] CHICAGO, April 20.—Hog receipts 25,000 market weak, 5@10c lower. Mixed and butchers, $firstname.lastname@example.org good heavy, $email@example.com rough heavy, $9.10 @9.50 light $firstname.lastname@example.org. Cattle receipts 1,500 market steady to strong top $9.90. Sheep receipts 11,000 market steady top $9.10. Lambs, top $11.65. Sheep receipts 1,800 market steady. Ewes. $7.50 @8.80 lambs, $email@example.com wethers. $firstname.lastname@example.org. Kansas City Live Stock. KANSAS CITY, April 20.—Cattle receipts 2,000 market steady. Steers $email@example.com cows ai^d heifers, $5.50 @10.00 stockers and feeders, $6.75@ 7.75 calves, |firstname.lastname@example.org. Hog receipts 7,000 market steady, 5c lower. Bulk, $email@example.com heavy, $firstname.lastname@example.org medium, $email@example.com light $firstname.lastname@example.org. Sheep receipts 5,000 market steady, strong. Lambs, $10.75@ 11.50 ewes, $8.0008.75 wethers, S6.00@ 10.50. Omaha Live Stock. OMAHA, April 20.—Cattle receipts 5,000 market weak, 10c lower. Steers, $7.75 @9.60 cows and heifers, $email@example.com stockers and feeders, $6.5008.50 calves, $firstname.lastname@example.org bulls and stags, $email@example.com. Hog receipts 11,500 market steady. Bulk, $9.20g9.40 top $9.45. Sheep receipts 6,300 market strong, 10c higher. Yearlings, $8.50@ 10.25 wethers, $firstname.lastname@example.org lambs, $email@example.com ewes, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Chicago Produce. CHICAGO, April 20.—Butter—Ex tras, 34c firsts, 33 %c dairy extras, 32%@33c dairy firsts, 30@32c. Eggs—Firsts, 20@20%c ordinary firsts, 19%@20c. Cheese—Twins, 15%@16c Young Americas, 16@16%c. Potatoes—Receipts 13 cars 65@ 85c per bushel. Live poultry—Fowls, 18%c ducks tion at the Grand today and tomor row. This is not the first time that the exquisite ^diss Doro has played the role of the mysterious Dora, for she co-starred with William Gillett9 and Blanche Bates in the celebrated revival of the play .at the Kmplro theatre last year, when she was de clared to be the star of all stars in the production.—Advertisement. Vaudeville 'at Orpheum. Today the management of the Or pheum will present the famous car toonist Tom Draper, in a number «.*f cartoon sketches. Tom works with his left hand and can make the chalk talk as fast as the average picture is taken. Tom would iixe to have you ask for your favorite president and he will do the rest. We have had so many requests to get a return engagement of the Chi quita Co.. that we have secured them for next Sunday and Monday, when they will put on a complete change of program. One of the acts will require a complete rearrangement of the stasO which will be completed by this time and will permit Chiquita to put on the act In which the entire company takes part. gl,re acts of vaudeville in addition to the regular picture pro gram Sunday and Monday.—Adver tisement. I F,rm Get« Contract, j. 1 SPRTNOFrBLD. 111., April 20.— Cameron, Joyce A Company of Keo kuk were awarded a contract for I road and bridge construction In 3chuy -'A THTOSDAT, Apr. DAILY RANGE [Furnished by ILong Commission Co., CHICAGO, Atril 20.— WHEAT— Open. May 1.13*1.13% July 1.13%-1.13% Sept. ... OF PRICES. 406 Main. High. 1,14-% 1.14% 1.121% Telephone Low. -J-J I.I314 75* 716% ,v OATS— May July ........ Sept ....... 76 7«%-% a 4494-44%. 4/2%-42% 30% PORK— 45% 43% ft .. 23.15 .. (22.95 23.22% 23.02%I 1J .160-62% 11.77 .-,L A .. 12 .i20 .. 12.35 No a i, —'Close IV J-13 1.13% 1-u* 76%' ,\V *79%' V-"'75:% 7i6 45%-y, 42%-%, 39% 4.2% 39% 39%&i 123.15 1 22.95 11.05 11.80 ll.«0 11.76 12.22% 12.37% V, St. Louis Live Stock. BAST ST. LOUIS, April 20.—Cattle receipts-1,200 market steady. Texas receipts 25, native beef steers, $7.60@ 9.75 yearling steers and heifers, $8.50 @10.00 cows, $email@example.com stockers, and feeders, $5.60®^.50 calves, $6.00 @11.00 Texas steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org cows and heifers, $email@example.com. •Hog receipts 9,500 market steady. Mixed and butchers, ,$9.€firstname.lastname@example.org% good to heavy, $9.85®9.87% rough, email@example.com light, $firstname.lastname@example.org bulk. $email@example.com pigs, $firstname.lastname@example.org. 43 23.20 212.95 2t.ll I 22.95 11. 65 11.80 12.18 12.32% 18.15 12.32% 12.S 12.SS 16@18c geese, 10@13c BDrlnTiTr ens. 18%c turkeys. 20c. 8^ New York Produce -J NEW YORK, April 20.—pi0„. ket dull, weak. Spring .patent/ @6.90 winter patents, $5.5*~ v-r Porlc market steady. Mesa »i'. @25.00. Lard market steady. Middle n*i spot $email@example.com. Sugar, raw, market strong rw_ fugal test, $firstname.lastname@example.org J[uscavad«i3 test, $email@example.com. Sugar, refined, market firm rJ loaf, $8.40 crushed, $8.26 PowtierJl $firstname.lastname@example.org granulated, I Coffee Rio No. 7 on spot firm, Tallow market steady. City 91 country, dVi@ special, lOttc Hay market firm. Prime, 11.40- vJ 3, $email@example.com% clover, 65c@$no" Dressed poultry market Chickens, 16@30c turkeys, 2 fowls, 16@22c ducks, 22@30iT Live poultry market firm, 10@12c ducks, 17@2»c fowls, 22| 23c turkeys, 20@21c roosters! 121 13c chickens, 17o. Cheese market steady, state common to specials, skims common to specials, 5@lfc. Butter market easy. Receipts |J 443. Creamery extras, 35%g3fc dairy tubs, 31@35%c imitatirf creamery firsts, 29%.@30%c. Efeg market steady. Receipts 3S,S1_ Nearby white fancy, 24%® 25c neuj by mixed fancy, 22@23c fresh, @24c. St Louis Hay and Straw. ST. LOUIS, April 19.-Hay-No.ll light clover mixed at $17.50 timotyj No. 3 grassy at $13, scant No. ul $14 No. 2 at $firstname.lastname@example.org No. 1 u| $20 alfalfa, common No. 2 at No. 1 to choice at $19@20 clover 1 $11@14 for No. 2 and $1S@18 No. 1. Straw—Firm. Wheat at $6 per ta track. Horse and Mule Market ST. LOUIS, Mo., April lS.-HorsJ —Although eastern attendance slack! ed up some, there was no noticeaUil decline in values, and buyers IM peared perfectly willing to pay fori the stock. The chunk kinds sold lt| auction for $160 per head up, while 1 pair of big ones, weighing around] 3,200 pounds, not flashy, but just good] and sound, brought $450. The south.] ern trade is rapidly dropping off each' session displays a chance In tin] market There are not so many of] those kinds on hand this week, Ml at that they are selling much lower! than they should. There was an ex-1 cellent outlet furnished for nrl horses, but very few of the right kinds arrived and less than 100 heai were absorbed by their entire bayint' Heavy draft, extra fl*5(f225' Eastern chunks 1S0©185_ Southern horses, good I Southerners, plain 60®» Southerners, common 40©» Choice saddlers 106gW Plugs 50 S Mules—The market was draw and values on most kinds were 1 shade lower. A heavy run Monday was only partially disposed of. lead ing dealers in a bad fix to handle yes terday's receipts, and under the dr cumstances a lower market is lit^T to result. Supply comprised aboffl 300 head of fresh arrivals in addition, to the liberal supply of holdovers, and the clearance was not at all 8°J~! 16 to 16% hands $150 15 to 16% hands 14 to 14% hands 651% 13 to 13% hands J5@ Plugs ..7- 25®'5 To Keep Your Skin Free From Hi" (Beauty Topics.) If you are willing to spend a "'I minutes time in your room using delatone paste, you can easuv DWI ish any ugly, hairy growth w1' discomfort or Injury. The Pa9''? made by mixing some vater wu little powdered delatone. This is spread over the hairy sur»c® after about 2 minutes rubbed off 1 the skin washed. You will n0 disappointed with this treatment viding you get real delatone. ler county, Illinois, to the amount oil $6,766.55. New York City's treasury last yetf picked up $386,865 from estates 01 sons dying Intestate. KEOKTJK PEOPLE GET INSTANT ACTIOWI Those who have used it are astonished at the IN'.sTAN^T I of simple buckthorn bark, gl) I etc., as mixed in Adler-i-Ka- ®®,.^.1 it acts on BOTH lower and upper I el, ONE SPOONFUL Adler-i-to I lieves almost ANY CASE constipaOJl sour stomach or gas. It re™ surprising foul matter that doses often relieve or prevent atP« I citis. A short treatment helps ch stomach trouble* Wilkinson Co.