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THREE BIG LOTS of
MEN'S
SUITS
AT ABOUT 1/2 PRICE
•LOT 1
Consists of 260 men's and young
men's $18 to $2Z£0 alt wool
suits in blues, browns, tans,
greys, etc., In plain colors, mix
tures and checks. Sizes run
from 35 to 42.
SALE $1A°°
PRICE lw=
•LOT 3-
This lot contains 320 of Peter
son Bros.' very finest suit* for
men and young men—new
styles such as Wall Street,
Flftfi Ave, Regent, etc., are
well represented In various
materials, colors and patterns.
Not a suit sold for less than
$22.50, many $25.00 and $27.50.
We can fit nearly every man,
whether fat, slim or regular.
SALE
PRICE
LOT 4
We offer 73 men's guaranteed fast color blue serge suits,
worth $25.00 to $30.00, In this sale at rldlcously low prices.
All new models, and remember—if a suit fades we will give
you another one free of charge. Ws have all sizes, every
one a new fall style.
Successors to Peterson Bros.
KEOKUK IOWA
Member Keokuk Retail Merchants' Association
We Refund Yo/ir Traveling Expenses
CORED WITHOUT TfE
Fistula, Ptaenie and all itmlhr
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(Continued from page Li
are democrats and eighteen republi
cans which with thirty-seven demo
cratic and twenty-four republican
holdovers give the democrats a ma
jority of twelve in the next senate.
The present senate consists of fifty
five democrats and thirty-nine repub
licans.
A recapitulation of the senate situ
ation from latest returns show the
democrats lost four seats—one each
In Maine, New York, New Jersey
and Maryland—and that they gained
one each in Rhode Island, Delaware
and Utah.
Republican House.
CHICAGO, Nov. 9.—Virtually com
plete returns on the congressional
election give the republicans control
of the national house of representa
tives and the democrats control of the
Benate.
The standing in the house will be as
follow8:
Republicans 222
Democrats 208
frogreesives
cored under idoiHIt*
2
iProliibitionist 1
Socialist 1
independent
1
The standing in the senate probably
•will be fifty to forty-six in favor of the
democrats. Complete returns from tho
far west may increase or decrease tha
democratic majority. There is only the
barest possibility that they will over
turn it entirely.
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Republican Control.
NEW YORK. Nov. 9.—With thirty
congressional districts to be heard
from, 202 republicans, 190 democrats,
2 progressives, 1 independent and 1
socialist have been elected to the
house of representatives for the
fifth congress.
Of the thirty districts yet to be
heard from, seventeen are represented
In the present congress by democrats
and thirteen by republicans. Should
these districts be unchanged the next
house would be composed of 216 dem
ocrats, 215 republicans and 4 scatter­
Gtdded by
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room. Eatabusbed parmanantlr fa Dee Motae* for Tears.
DB, O. Y. OLBMBNT, S PHCJ I AJLI ST, M*W3ood Block, DBS MODTB8, IOWA.
REPUBLICAN HOUSE
BUT NOT SENATE
ing, who might elect to affiliate with
either side.
The senate will remain under demo
cratic control by a reduced majority
of ten or twelve, dependent on the out
come in New Mexico, where A. A.
Jones, democrat, is maintaining a
slight lead over Frank A. Hubbell,
nominated by the republicans to suc
Iceed Senator Catron.
At this h&ur the senate stands:
'democrats, 53 republicans, 42 unde
cided, 1.
Seventeen Republicans.
CHICAGO, Nov. 9.—Illinois elected
fifteen republican district congress
man. two republican congressmen at
{large and four democratic congress
men, leaving six districts doubtful to
day.
I The doubtful districts are the Four
teenth, Twentieth, Twenty-first, Twcn
tv-second, Twenty-third and Twenty
fifth.
In the Fourteenth it is said that the
official count will be required to de
cide between Tavenner, democratic
incumbent, and Graham. F. E. Kauf
man ran in this district on the pro
gressive ticket. The race between
Congressmen Ralney and Walter B.
Saylor, his republican opponent, was
close, with Rainey indicated. In the
Twenty-first, Twenty-second and Twen
ty-third. Republican Congressman
Wheeler and Rodcnberg were being
closely pressed by their democratic
rivals. The only incumbent known to
have been defeated was Congressman
Frank Buchanan, democratic, of the
Seventh district.
New Mexico for Hughes.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
EL PASO, Texas, Nov. 9.—Com
plete returns from Dota Ala county,
Now Mexico, give Haghes 1607 Wil
son 1,076. according to a wire from
the republican chairman of that
Sixty-|county.
Rumanian Victory.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
I BUCHAREST, Nov. 9.—Rumanian
forces have reoccupled the -border
I town of Harsova, the war office an
Inounced today.
The comfort and secureness of the
expectant mother is essential to the
welfare of the future child. In exer- /y,
cislng caution be guided by the experi
ence of hundreds who have found
•Mother's Friend" a way to eliminate se
vere suffering and insure your own rapid
recovery- It
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applied and its Influence over
the effected ligaments Is soothing and beneficial. Get
It at any druggist. Send for the free book on Mother
hood. Address
The Bradfield Regulator Co.,
209 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
mj^im
IF,,'
ANOTHER DAY.—
NO DECISION
(Continued from page l.i
credited Hughes with more than 1,000
votes that should have gone to Wu
son. Other scattering differences in
smaller counties and increases by Wil
son in last returns, gave Wilson the
advantage.
NAPA, Calif., Nor. 9—Napa county
complete returns gives Wilson 3,08®
I Hughes 3,920. ,,
New Mexico.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M„ Nov. 9.—
I At 9:30 a. m. there were no additions
made to the early morning figures
,from 336 out of a. total of 638 pre
cincts in the states giving Hughes a
plurality of 258.
The missing 302 precincts are all
in outlying districts, distant from rail
way communication and it may be
noon or later before any of these pre
cincts are heard from.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.. NOT. 9.—
Fourteen out of twenty-five prodncta
in Valencia county. New Mesxico, give
'Hughes 1,120 Wilson 254. Valencia
I is the strongest republican county in
I the state.
SANTA FE, N. M., Nov. 9.—At TO
publican stato headquarters at 9:45
a. m. it was claimed that Hughes
had carried New Mexico by a very
small plurality. Democrats, how
ever, do not concede the state to
Hughes. New Mexico national guards
men have no voice in this election.
AJjBUQUT2RQUE, N. M-, Nov. 9.—
Complete returns of Luna county,
Columbus, gtve Wilson a plurality of
399.
AJVBUQUESRjQTXB, N. M.. Nov. 9
Complete returns from seventy-nine
precincts in Chaves, Valencia and
1
San Miguel oounties give Hughes
4,344 Wilson 4,17*.
Minnesota.
ST. PAUL, Minn., Nov. 9.—With
2,506 of 3,024 precincts reported
Hughes had 163,093 Wilson 162,293.
ST. PAUL, Minn., Nov. 9.—With
2 534 of 3,024 precincts reported at 10
1
o'clock, Hughes still leads Wilson in
Minnesota by over 800. The vote
showed Hughes 164,764 Wilson 163,
9s8.
ST. PAUL, Minn., Nov. 9.—With
474. precincts missing Hughes' lead is
5101 In the state. The figures are:
Hughes 168,709 Wilson 168,199.
ST. PAuL, Minn.. Nov.1 9k—Unoffi
cial returns, with 363 precincts miss
ing, showed Hughes' lead reduced to
310.
ST. PAUL, Minn., Nov. 9.—(12:30
p. m.)—Of the 346 Minnesota precincts
which are still out, 230 are In coun
ties which have on partial returns
given Wilson the best of it. Fifty-one
iare In counties which partial returns
jshow practical ties and the remaining
(sixty-five are in counties which have
shown decided Hughes strength.
Hughes' lead with these is46 precincts
missing is 510. Wilson has gained
thus far today.
ST. PAUL, Minn., Nov. 9.—A mes
sage from R. M. Weaver, one of the
six Minnesota commissioners who
took the militia vote in Texas says:
"Commission due St. Paul Saturday
morning. Ballots cast: First infantry.
584 Second infantry, 473 Third in
fantry, 661 Artillery, 418. Total,
2,136."
The message was dated Rothstown,
Texas, and was addressed to Secretary
of State Schmahl.
A telegram to Congressman Carl C.
Vant|yke from a St. Paul officer on the
border, says that a straw vote was
taken when the real ballots were cast
and that It ran 2 to 1 for Wilson.
The republicans claim flfty-fifty on
the soldier vote and say they have pri
vate advices to bear out the claim.
Secretary Schmahl says the soldier
vote will not be canvassed and count
ed before next Tuesday at the earliest.
ST. PAUL, Minn., Nov. 9.—With 288
precincts missing, Hughes leads by
811.
The democrats are preparing to
meet a contest which the republicans
seem to be getting in shape in case
the count is against them. Federal in
vestigators are already here and are
watching every move.
North Dakota.
BIf?MARK, N. D., Nov. 9.—North
Dakota may be placed definitely in
the Wilson1*column today. One thou
sand eight nundred and seventeen
out of 1,859 precincts give Wilson
50,819 Hughos, 49,972. The remain
ing 42 precincts are sparsely popu
lated and democrats claim their en
tire registered vote could not over
come the 847 lead Wilson maintains.
BISMARK, N. D., Nov. 9.—Eigh
teen hundred and seventeen precincts
out of 1,859 give Wilson 50,819
Hughes, 49,972. Returns from the
slope country are not yet available, but
voting in precincts there will be so
small that it cannot afreet the resplt.
Wilson will .told his lead. The out
look at this time is that Wilson will
carry the state by at least 500 and
probably 1,000 plurality.
New Hampshire.
CONCORD, N. H.. Nov. 9.—The
democratic state committee declared
today that new count of New Hamp
shire's vote showed a plurality of
ninety-one for Wilson, as against the
161 originally attributed to Hughes.
CONCORD, N. H., Nov. 9.—Senator
Hollis announced today that Wilson's
plurality in New Hampshire positive
ly 1b ninety-three.
Stock Market Notes.
[United Press Leased Wire Service]
NEW YORK, Nov. 9.—The shifting
of counted votes in California and
Minnesota this afternoon whipped the
stock market from the bear to the
bull side and then back again.
U. S .Steel was typical. Opening
down at 122%., Steel climbed to 12%%
I and at 2 o'clock dropped back to 124%.
THE DAILY GATE CTTYi i.
DIDN'T
HEED GASGARETS
FOR THE DOWELS
TWO HOURS :A DAY .SAWING
WOOD WILL KEEP LWER".*
AND BOWELS RIGHT.
YOU WHO TAKE EXERCISE IN AN
EASY CHAIR MUST TAKE
"CASCARETS." ."
Enjoy life—feel bully! Don't stay
sick, bilious, headachy, constipated.
Remove the liver and bowel poison
which 'is keeping your head dizzy,
your tongue coated, your breath offen
sive stomach sour and your body full
of cold. Why didn't you get a 10 or
26-cent box of Cascarets at the drug
store and enjoy the nicest, gentlest
liver and bowel cleansing you ever
experienced. Cascarets work while
you sleep. You will wake up feeling
fit and line. Children need this candy
cathartic, too.
Central Leather made a- new
record at 115% up 14%.
high
ELECTION FIGURES
COMPLETED
(Continued $-om page 1)
2,136 Minnesota militiamen's votes
cast at the border and not expected to
be counted before next Tuesday, the
world may wait another week to know
who will be president of the United
States, if Minnesota is to be given the
privilege of deciding that issue.
Six commissioners who took these
ballots to the border to be marked by
the militiamen are enroute back to
Minnesota today. They are due Sun
day. Both parties claim the militia
vote. Division of staff officers in re
cent political ventures is half and
half.
Hughes Still In Lead.
WHEELING, W. Va.,Nov. 9.—Re
turns from 1,342 districts out of 1,713
in West Virginia today gave Hughes a
lead of 3,224. The count: Hughes
112,596 Wilson 109,372.
Preacher In the Lead.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Nov. 9.—
With 55,000 votes counted, Rev. S. J.
Curtis, democratic, running Indepen
dently on. a "dry" platform, is lead
ing W. V. .Knott, regular democratic
nominee for governor, toy 7,000.
West Virginia Settled.
WHEELING1, W. Va., Nov. 9.—West
Virginia appeared at 2 o'clock this^ af
ternoon to have given its electoral
vote of eight to Charles Evans Hughes.
It has swung backward and forward—
though Hughes always maintained a
lead of at least 1,000—since early yes
terday.
Democratic State Chairman Chaver
conceded it to Hughes by 2,500 when
returns showed the republican nomi
nee leading by more than 4,000 with
only 200 precincts missipg. The re
publicans claimed the state for Robin
son for governor by a slight majority
and declared they have elected four
congressmen.
ONE LITTLE CITY
MAY TURN RESULT
fContinuod from page 1)
No provision was made for permitting
the guardsmen to cast their ballots.
Eighty-one Votes Ahead.
CONCORD, N. H., Nov. 9.—At 1:30
today Wilson's lead over Hughes in
New Hampshire was announced as
eighty-one with all sections reported.
Recounts are constantly being re
ceived at Secretary Bean's office and
in many instances they show consid
erable changes from the first reports.
"We have requested the clerks In
all sections to send in the original
ballots at once," was the announce
ment of the secretary of state's office,
shortly after noon.
I "A recount will be commenced as
soon as they arrive and a further
change is quite possible," the secre
tary added.
Hughes Plurality of 279.
CONCORD, N. H., Nov. 9.—All but
146
of the 294 election districts in New
Hampshire gave the following vote
for president: Hughes 37,072 Wilson
36,793. Hughes' plurality 279.
This announcement was given out
by Secretary of State Bean.
Torpedoed Without Warning.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9.—The Brit
ish steamer Arabia was torpedoed
without warning, Vice Consul Westi
cott, London, cabled the state de
partment today. Two engineers are
missing. All the passengers were
The text of the dispatches follows:
"The British steamer Arabia from
BELL-ANS
Absolutely Removes
Indigestion.
proves it 25c at all druggists.
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Long Commission Co. Grain Letter.
[Furnished by Long Commission Co.,
403 Main St. Telephone No. 100.]
CHICAGO, Nov. 9.—Wheat.—Wheat
has shown great strength today,
to buying by houses who were thought
to be acting for the British commis
sion or other foreign interests.- New
high prices were made in the deferred
deliveries, while the December met
considerable opposition from resting
orders on the bulge. Foreign inter
ests were also credited with heavy
buying in Winnipeg. Favorable weath
er conditions for the new crop were
disregarded as a market influence.
There is every indication of a demand
for cash wheat throughout the crop
year in excess of requirements and ad
vantage should be taken of the breaks
to invest.
Com—Yesterday's government re
port and buying of futures by cash
houses, who wero thought to have lib
eral export orders, were factors in an
extremely strong market. Prices for
today in May corn were the highest in
twenty-four years. American corn
can be laid down in Liverpool cheaper
than Argentine corn, which is result
ing in a larger demand for our corn
and the amount worked today is said
to be liberal. Exporters are also cred
ited with buying the deferred futures.
Oats—Were higher with other grains
The car situation is the principal
handicap to a bull market, because ter
minal stocks are very large and even
those who have had oats sold for ship
ment last month have, so far, been un
able to secure enough cars to fully ful
fill their contracts. Cash prices today
were higher, with arrivals smaller and
the prospect for a decreased run.
Chicago Estimates for Tomorrow.
[Furnished by Long Commission Co.,
403 Main. Telephone No. 10C.]
Hogs, 27,000 cattle, 4,000 sheep,
10,000 wheat, 74 corn, 225 oats,
152.
Liverpool Close.
Wheat, dull, unchanged corn,
strong, 2 up,'
1
Corn—No. i- yellow, $1.02® 1.05
No. 3 yellow, 95©98c No. 4 yellow,
92094c Np. 5 rellow, 88092c No. 6
yellow, 87%o No. 3 white, 98%&
94c No. •jWh'te, 91092c 6
white, [email protected] No. 6 white, 86c No
3 mixed. [email protected]%c No. 4 mixed, 91
@93c No. 5 mixed, 88®90a
Oats—No. 3 white, 53%c standard
[email protected]%c.
St. LoUis Cash Grain.
[Furnished by Long Commission Co.,
403 Main. Telephone No. 100.]
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. Nov. 9.—Wheat—
No. 2 red, new, [email protected] No. ?.
red, pew, [email protected] No. 2 hard, Olfl,
$1.9001.98.
Corn—No. 3, 95c: No. 3 yellow, 9"
@94c No. 2 white, $1.03 No.. 3 white
96c.
Oats—No. 2, 54c No. 3, 53%cr
standard, 55%c No. 3 white, 54%%
55c No. 4 white, 54c.
Kansas City Cash Grain.
[Furnished by Txng Commission Co.,
403 Main. Telephone No. 3 00.]
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 9.—Wheat—
No. 2 hard, new, $1.8601.91: No. 3
hard, new. $1.8201.86% No. 4 hard,
new, [email protected] No. 2 red. new.
$1.87% No. 3 red, new, $1.82 No. 4
India, torpedoed without warning,
November 6, Mediterranean. All pas
sengers rescued. Two engineers
missing. Norwegian steamer Relne
Bunk. British steamer Seatonia
sunk November 1, part crew rescued
by British steamer. Danish steamer
Sif sunk by German submarine, 27th.
Crew saved."
KENNEDY HAS
BIG MAJORITY
First District Congressman Is Return
ed by Unusually Large
Vote.
MONTROSE, Iowa, Nov. 9.—The
majority for Congressman Charles
A. Kennedy !n the first congressional
district is 6,232. The counties In the
district all gave him a large majority,
Lee, Mr. Kennedy's home county,
leading. The majorities are as fol
lows:
Lee county 1333
Van Buren 486
Des Moines 971
Jefferson 813
Henry 665
Washington 1024
Louisa 940
6232
TAVENNER WINS
OVER GRAHAM
Regular Democratic Candidate is Re
elected From the Fourteenth
Illinois District.
Special to The Gate City.l
CARTHAG1?. 111., Nov. 9.—Clyde H.
Tavenner, of Cordova, 111., demo
cratic congressman from the four
teenth Illinois district, was re-elected
Tuesday. His vote is 4,483, while
that of We opponent. William J. Gra
'ham, is 3,491, giving Taenner a ma
jority of 992. The fourteenth district
includes Hancock, McDonough, Mer
cer, Warren, Henderson- and Rock
Island counties.
Onepackage
Back on His Job.
[United Press L6fcsed Wire Service.]
DES MOINES, Iowa, Nlov. 9.—E. T.
Meredith, defeated, tor governor, prob-J
OS Market Quotations
[iPurnlshed fcy
CHICAGO, Nov.
WlHKATr
Dee. .. 1
—M ay *. 1
Joily 1
CORN—
Dec.'
May.. .......
July ...»•...
rt
Clearances.
Wheat and flour, 505,000 corn,
254,000 oats, 205,000.
Northwest Wheat Receipts.
Minneapolis, 514 oars Duluth, 118
cars Winnipeg, 673 cars.
Chicago Cash Grain.
CHICAGO, Nov ,9.—Wheat—No. 2
red, $1.85%01.S( '*No: 3 red, $1.75%
@1.85% No. 2 bard, $li91% 01.93
No. 3 hard, J1.84%@1.87% No. 3
spring, $1.89*4.
89%-%
90%-91%
91%
OATS—
Dec
May
PORK—
Jan
Dec
LARD—
Jan. .......
Dec.
RIBS1—
Jan.
red, new, $1.7801.80.
Corn—No. 2, 94096c No. 3, 920
94c No. 4, 93c No. 2 yellow, 92%0
98c No. 3 yellow, 96©96%c No. 2
white, 98c No. 3 white, 96098c.
Oats—No. 2, 54%056c No. 3, 53%
055c No. 2 white, 54%055c No. 3
white, 54%c.
Chicago Live Stock—Close.
[Furnished by Long Commission Co.,
403 Main. Telephone No. 100.]
CHICAGO, Nov. 9.—Hpg receipts
31,000 market active, 10c up. Mixed
and butchers, $9.35© 10.05 good
heavy, [email protected]& rough heavy,
$9.3509.50 light, $8.8009.90.
Cattle receipts 8,500 market
steady, shade h.'gher top $12.05.
Sheep receipts 13,000 market
higher top $8.75. Lambs, top $11.55.
Chicago Live' Stock.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
CHICAGO, Nov. 9.—Hogs closed
active and mostly 10 cents higher,
with top at $10.05. Receipts wera
I,000 in excess of estimates. Esti
mated for tomtirow, 26,000.
Cattle closid steady to a r.'mde
higher, with top for beeves a $12.05
calves, $12.00.
Sheep were vrevenly higher, lamba
generally 50 rents higher. Top at
$8.75 lambs, $11.50.
Chicago Live Stock.
•CHICAGO, Nov. 9.—Hog receipts
30,000 market strong, 6010c higher.
Mixed and butchers, [email protected]
good heavy, $9.3509.90 rough heavy,
$9.3509.50 ilght, $8.8009.90 pigs,
$6.7508.70.
Cattle receipts 8,500 market
steady. Beeves, $7.10012.05 cows
and heifers, $3.75 0 9.76 stackers and
feeders, $4.8008.00 Texans, $7,500
8.70 calves, $8.25012.00 westerns,
$6.70010.10.
Sheep receipts lS'.OOO market 10c
higher— Native^ $7.6008.30 western,
$8.1O08.7R lambs, $8.75011.50 west
ern, $9.00,011.45.
Kansas City Live 8tock.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 9.—Cattle re
ceipts 3,500 market Btrong, steady.
Steers. $5.75011.50 cows and heif
ers, $4.50010.00 stockers aod feed
ers, $5.5008.00 calves. $6.00010.50.
Hog receipts 7,000 market 5010c
higher. PoPfc $5.50®
8.85 heavy.
$3.7509.90 medium,' $9.6009.85
light, $9.3009.76.
Sheep receipts W0: market
strong, 10c higher. Laipbs, $10,500
II.25 ewes, $6.750T,5» wethers,
$5.50010.00.
St. Louis Live Stoek.
EAST ST. LOUIS, Nov. 9.—Cattle
receipts 5,500 market steady. Texas
receipts 1,300 native beef steers,
$7.50011.15 yearling steers and heif
ers, $8.50011.15 cows, $5.50 07.75
stockers and feeders, $5.3507.50
calves, $6.00011.25 Texas steers,
$9.5008.00 cows and heifers, $4,500
ably will get back on his job as
director in the Chicago district fed
eral reserve bank, which he resigned
to campaign.
... THE WEATHEB
[U. S. Department of Agriculture,
Weather Bureau.]
For Keokuk and vicinity: Fair to
night and Friday warmer tonight.
For Iowa Partly cloudy and warm
er tonight Friday unsettled with
rain west and north central por
tions warmer extreme east and cold
er west portions Friday much cold
er Friday night.
For Missouri: Fair tonight and
Friday warmer tonight west and
extreme north portions and east and
Bouth portions Friday.
Weather Conditions.
The pressure is low along the en
tire northern boundary, and clearing
weather has followed rains in the
upper Mississippi valley, while they
continue in portions of the lake reg
ion and the Ohto valley.
Much cooler weather prevails in
the Mississippi valley, temperatures
are below freezing as far south as
western Kansas in the west, and
there has been frost in Arizona,
while the temperature is rising in the
northern mountain region.
River Bulletin,
FloodStage.Stage.Change.
St. Paul 14
La Crosse .... 12 4.« x0.2
Dubuque 18 5.4 0.0
Davenport 15 4.1 x0.3
Keokuk 14 4.6 x0.6
St. Louis 30 3.9 -0.1
The river will rise slightly during
the next 48 hours from Da en port to
Warsaw, becoming stationary by Sat
urday.
Local Observations.
Nov. Bar.Ther.Wlnd.Weather.
8 7 p. m. .. 29.88 44 N Lt Rain
9 7 a. m. .. 29.99 36 W Clear
Precipitation, 93 hundredths.
Mean temperature, Nvf. S, 64.
Highest, 66.
Lowest, 41. ...
Lowest last night. 36.
FRED Z. G08BWI9CH,
Observer.
THURSDAY,
91%
98%
93%
65%-%
68%-59
OO-TH
59%
96.80
26.86
15.75
16.70
16.17
17.17
NOV. 9
DAILY RANGE OF PRICES.
Long Commission Co., 403 Main. Telephone No. ioo]
9.—
Open.
.87-1.87%
.89%-1.89%
.54-1.61% 1.62%
-High. $lpLow. «_%!' Nov. D.08^.
1.90% 5#£1.87 1.89%-90 1.87*1
1.92% '^1.89t% 1.92%
1.56% v^.54 1^1.65%
MI
•.#: 89%
90%. A*
tS': 91% :.T
Live poultry Fowls, [email protected]
ducks, 12014c geese, [email protected]
spring chickens. 16 %c turkeys, 159
19c.
St. Louia Horses and Mules.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 8.—Horse quota
tions:
Eastern chunks $1500185
Southern horses, good 850125
Southern horaos, plain [email protected] 85
Southern horses, common.. [email protected] 65
Choice saddlers 1000200
Plugs [email protected] 25
Mule quotations:
16 to 16% hands... $1500270
15 to 15% hands 1250180
14 to 14% hands 600125
13 to 13% hands [email protected] 95
Plugs 250 75
St Louis Hay and Straw.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Nov. 8—Hay
Clover-mixed No. 2 at [email protected]
No. 1 at $14 Ao $14150.
Timothy, no grade at $9 No. 3
at $10.50 to $11 No. 2 at $14 to
$14.50 No. 1 at $16 to $16.50.
Alfalfa, No. 1 at $20 to $21.50.
Clover, No..l at $16 to $17.50 No.
2 at $14.50.
Straw, scarce and steady. Oats ai
$8 to $8.50. Wheat, $8.
NOTICE OF MARSHAL'8 SALE.
To Sam B. Payne:
You are hereby notified that by vir1
tue of a special Execution to me di
rected, issued by the Clerk of the Su
perior Court of the City of Keokuk,
Lee County, Iowa, bearing date, No
vember 8, A. D„ 1916 in favor of J. E.
Lamb, and against Sam B. Payne, 1
have levied upon and advertised for
sale and will sell to highest bidcier at
the front door of the Superior Court
Room, in Keokuk, Lee County, Iowa,
on the first day of December, A. D
1916, between the hours of 9 o'clock
A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. commencing
at 2.00 o'clock P. M. of said day. the
following described property, to-wu:
a promissory note of Slatin Gavin ana
Cara S. Gavin, his wife, dated Febru
ary 24, 1914, for $2,400.00 due three
years after date and the mortgage se
curing the payment of same.
Given under my band this eighth
day of November, A. D., 1916.
C. H. HENNEJMANN,
City Marshal of Keokuk, Lee County,
Iowa.
Hard on Iowa.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
TM3S MOINES, Iowa, Nov. ^—Ne
braska going dry will cut off th®
source of at least one-fifth of west
ern Iowa's illegal booze supply, ac
cording to police estimates today. A.
regular automobile liquor trade be
tween Omaha and Des Moines has
been in existence since Iowa went
dry.
To Quickly Remove
Ugly Hairs From
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26.25
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16.75:
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7.60.
Hog receipts 9,500 market
higher. Mixed and butchers, $91)5(1
10.00 good to heavy, [email protected]()S
rough, $9^2509.40 light, $9.3509.85.1
bulk, $9.4009.90 pigs, [email protected] 'l
Sheep receipts 2,500
steady, higher. EJwes, [email protected]
yearlings, $8.00.08.75 lambs, $7,5aa1
11.26.
1
Omaha Live Stock.
OMAHA, Nov. 9.—Cattle receipt* 1
3,500 market strong. Steers, $6.511
011.10 cows and heifers, $4.0110
7.25 stockers and feeders, $5.75»1
8.15 calves, $8.00010.00 bulls art I
stags, [email protected]"-C.
Hog receipts 8,500 market 5®10 1
higher. Bulk, $9.4509.70 top, $9io,|
Sheep receipts 9,700 market]
strong, 25c algher. Yearlings, $7.04!
08.75 wethera, $7.0008.25 iambi
$10.25011.15 ewes. [email protected]
Omaha Butter.
[United Press Leased Wire Service,] I
OMAHA, Neb., Nov. 9.—Butter, 311
cents.
Chicago Produce.
CHICAGO, Nov. 9.—-Butter -Extra
34c firsts, 35035^c dairy extra,
33%034ftc dairy firsts,
33%c.
Eggs—Ordinary firsts, [email protected]
firsts, 32%03ic.
Cheese—Twins," 24c Young Ameri
cas, 23 %c.
Potatoes—Receipts 10 cars fancy
westerns, $1.7o Wisconsins, Michi
gans, early Ohios, $1.5001.60 pei
bushel.
Face
(Beauty Notes)
Beauty-destroying hairs are soon
banished from the skin with the all
of a delatone paste, made by mixing
some water with a little plain powder
ed delatone. This is spread upon the
hairy surface for 2 or 3 minutes, then
rubbed off and the skin washed to re
move the remaining delatone. This
simple treatment banishes every trace
of hair and leaves the skin without 3
blemish. Cautkm should be used to b«
certain that it is delatone yoa buy.

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