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TRADE MARK
—(fte battery dut fcjr bni. ttanhr, pcweafuf and
permttent terrkc in motor tiui all over die
country has czraed mtSt&e ide of "the Giant
lives us a Box.**
lac* lor tad) sad fwcmd far peoad. fkm te more pomr sad
fMBdi la tfae "JEx«X" Ciut titan fa aay other starting battery
C. S. ABELL
Service Stattoa Distrilwtor
419 Main Street
ANNOUNCEMENT!
TO Tffifc CITIZEIfS OF
We bespeak for them the same loyalty to a Keo
kuk Institution that you have shown in past years.
We asure you this will be appreciated.
Iowa State Insurance Company (Mutual)
200 Main St. Keokuk Phone 160
The Keokuk Savings Bank
is now located at
523 Main Street
Next to Ward's Cigar Store
During the construction
building.
Keokuk Savings Bank
Unification Plan Rejected.
[Unli« »l 1'1-hhh Leaned Wire Sorvics.l
WILMINGTON, !*!.. March
The unification plan proposed tor the
Methodist Episcopal church and the
Methodist Episcopal church hou'.u,
was rejected by the Wilmington an
nual conference of the former de
nomination in session here today.
Battery
fir
IdflifMif
«f Ac mat dependable
The "JEJdttc" B*na»? is
•jfift. Every
r» «*y detail of k» owwii *a.oaa km heat j**kJ right
.**ar rem e/ prmaks/ptrforuuace. It was dcsaigBcd aad
maoarfactorad bjr eke htpit miter of storage batteries
the world.
f*»t "ftiftt" Gunt** povtr fcriaod jwmr luniat aad
figfecmf system a»d fcarc done witfe:
KEOKUK:
partnership has been formed by Mrs. Marga
ret M- Oolliason and Mr. Ed. S. Lofton to
iL R. ColiiMon Insurance Agency under the name of
Collisson and Lofton
Mr. Lofton and Mr. Sidney D. Collisson, who rep
resent* Mrs. Collisson in the firm, will conduct a gen
eral Insurance business and act as oar agents.
These gentlemen need no farther introduction to
you and are at your command any time they c^n be
of service to you in the Insurance line.
carry
on the
of their new
police officials were added.
Billy Dansey Case.
81* Thousand Arreata. Edmund C. Gaskill, county prosecu
United Press Leased Wire Service.] tor, who investigated the death of
WASHINGTON, MHrclj 30.—Arrests) "Haby" Billy Dansey, was uncertain
during seventy-four days of constitu-j today whether to present the case
tlonal prohibition, ended today, ro-jto the grand jury now or in May.
taled at least six thousand, Prohlbi- Attorneys for Charles S. Whita und
tlon Commissioner John V. Kramer Mrs. Edith L. Jones, at liberty on
estimated.* ball, on charges in connection with
Kramer was preparing an official (the boy's death, said that unless
tabulation on the basis of reports action is taken soon, they would ask
district agents. Tho official jthat their bonds be cancelled.
HAMMONTON, N. J.. March 30.—
at tea a. m.
Wfrtabfn it the
THE DAILY GATE CITY AND
MINERS
ACCEPT
by
AUDI (ke opentom la
dia
to
pected.'
XEW TOSK.
DOVER, Del., March 30.—The reso-:
lution ratifying the federal woman
isu^rage amendment was reported out
of committee in the lower house of th»
legislature today "on its merits.'* Ef
will be made by suffrage leaders to
{force a vote in the house tomorrow,
An effort to force the resolution out
at committee in the senate was balk
ed. The senate voted to recess be
forts will be ade by suffrage leaders to
,Tbe senators were evidently waiting
tor the house to take the initiative.
Woman Suffrage Ratified.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
JACKSON. Miss., March 30.—The
senate of the Mississippi legislature
today ratified the federal woman suf
frage amendment
The upper house of the legislature
several weeks ago defeated a resolu
tion ratifying tbe amendment, but re
versed its action today.
The vote was a tie, but Lieut. Gover
nor Castell cast tbe deciding vote In
favor of tbe amendment.
The amendment now goes to the
lower house where action must be
11
WOMEN NEED SWAM00T
Thousands
total, however, may be far beyond and bladder trouble and never suspect it
his estimate, he said. Women's complaints often prove to be
One prohibition official, who called nothing: else but kidney trouble, or the
Kramer's estimate ultra-conservative, I**?!? kidney or bladder disease.
predicted the official report
wou
show 25,000 arrests if the work of
id I the kidneys are not a healthy
condi}io?-
gans to become diseased.
Pain in the back, headache, loss of am
bition, nervousness, are often times sym
ptoms of kidney trouble.
Don't delay starting treatment. Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a physician's pre
scription, obtained at any drug store,
may be just the remedy needed* to over
come such conditions.
Get a medium or large size bottle
immediately from any drug store.
However, if yon wish first to test this
great preparation seud ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Bin
sample bottle.
WACESTMEMS
Effort^**
«a Afrit Tim.
[tWM Pra Lwrt HOr* Semen.]
NEW YOSK. Man*
w*?* f*3d to the aajna Vwh «f
tltu
t*
WBrnm't
VW
AUft J.
Aa ike
•f 14
ftttr wffl ncdn
T%* aaSea otteuda 3s
with Ttprm*mt*fhrm tike
sjceitM late ywttjfu ap
3 accent the award.
ted nr
Pesna. at Tern
«i«e{*Kr a
thai have
IXaaJae tbu im
jmara dcaxty a*tf taretttjr
Joint aafensee Jaad deUskted o»er kerxecmrecy. Here
iiaietiiai «r a 3ts wfeat sbe says:
boar 4ay aad aa lacwaae off "*1 ta4 beea do*i la bed1 s«
fUB a day ftr da#" vakm iwifad ifcdwe begaa taklag TaaUc
aa awarded
latter I ttcorertd aad was
aats ImU aa tbe streets, people wbo
was ex-
ef Tww.
March 30--Unlon
af
WfttBtSiUMu coal fields aaeettoc hen*
today asned to ataa a rammtttm
of two to
Haate. Ia«L, were ^pokted oa the 'Sometimes I bad almost deathly sick
committee to draft the proposed cob- spell* jest like I was sotag to taint
timet. It wm cover qootioas of 'aad they exhansted me so completely
•ages aad woridatg conditions sad jthat I woald ia bed tor several
win probably extend over two years jdeys unable to walk a step. Almost
Greea aad Peaaa wm submit their
proposals to a general conference of
the Jotot wage scale eonualtteea at
tea a. aa. tomorrorw.
Both miners and operators pre
dicted aa agreement on the contract.
Mine operators stated they woakt
Increase prices of coal at the month
of mines to meet the increased
approximately ttM a ton.
am
itaken before Saturday when the legis-.!day night warmer in west portion
jlature will adjourn.
Twelve Additional Names.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March 30.-
nghamton.N.Y., for ai54
When writing be sure I
and mention this paper.
OOXgnnmOK
MED
IT HEA RECBKEBT
r*m*rk*J4* pawn* vi tke
tkaa He ftdwwias £naa Ha Xanra
iun*
j——7rm- «r Ar iHHla.. ftfee fzigftxM aoadirtna 1 kad
f- tfee aatferaest* Kat toamrftw? weaW look a* me Sfc ifniOTWt I .k. «,Hto
Iwrfcfcfa also atteaapt^ to dm* ap kad saCered I* eJer« loss yaars a^staadsun todayjfgllowlng tke stette
aa agruawt, was ariledalfd to aaeet !aad kad tabs e*ery eoacetraklej®'
at two p. a. today, eoaater pro- OKxlidK aad trted specialists fa r*n-. stewJiiApWi* aad
oas cities, bat la spite it all I (art^Kewoaid
kad r^'—• so kad off ikat tkete
every day I had a headache that was
so severe I eoald hardly bear it and
1 "ft— had dreadful attacks of diczi
aeas. My kidneys were so badly dis
ordered they gave me nearly as much
trouble as my stomach and I had a
terrible pain in piy back that felt Hke
a kntfe stlnkg In me every time 1
moved. My nights were spent la
misery for 1 wss ia paia of some
kind nearly all the time. My whole
Prices to Go Higher. system seemed to be poisoned and
[United Press T^eased Wire Service.] -my complexion tamed yellow as a
CHICAGO, March tz.—Prolonged pumpkin aad 1 lost so much weight
tleup of Chicago's stock yards aad the 'that It alarmed me I don't beiiere United Press leased Wire Serrice.]
throwing of 50.000 employes out of any woman ever went through asj xOPBKA. Mar. 30.—Alex
work. loomed today when live stock *mach suffering and bad as little hope
handlers at a noon meeting, voted to aa I did and then lived through district United Mine Workers of
icontinue oa strike. jail to be a well and happy woman. 'America, and forty-seven district and
Unleas the strike hi settled quickly, 1 believe, aa firmly as 1 believe qnion officials In the southeast
jpacker* pnMet prices will go higher anything, that Tanlac has saved my Kansas coal mine district, today
and toperifche meat supply. life and 1 am just so overjoyed I
Aa a result of the strike meat prices "can't find words that will express
(begaS climbing today.- Pork loins ibow happy I feeL Tanlac is worth
its
all say my recovery
derful and that I
healthy and strong
-Hrt. I» »ld ^1
were up five cents a pound, and beef
was up 1 to 1% cents wholesale.
Another attempt to settle the strike
will be made late today when repre
sentatives of the packers aad em
ployes will confer with federal media- but 1 sow found out that 1 could eat (state' government Howat
tors from the department of labor. janything I wanted and digest it with- tended to cause "vast'
happy to give you this statement
for want do a„ 1
let tbe worW
In addftJoa
WhHe Tudafc* cbemms and
aaoaed to ke UKbir gratdtodS*^1" Oireatea
possiby can lo
inioir about this won-
derful Mediclne.
For Missouri: Fair tonight and
Wednesday, probably becoming un
settled in north portion by Wednes-
tonigbt.
River Bulletin.
Flood stago. Stage. Change*
14 13.5- -0.1
12 13.2 xl.l
18 11.8 x0.3
15 11^ x0.3
14 14.4 x0.2
30 27.5 x0.8
!St. Paul
,11c the names of twelve additional |Dnb,inu
jcoal men included in the federal navenDort
grand Jury Indictment charging 125 Keokuk
miners and operators with conspiracy q»
to limit tbe production of coal. The
twelve were included in the 125, but
their names were withheld when tbe I ...
others were published. Barometric pressure is high ovw
I (the South Atlantic ^states and it has
Weather Conditions.
been cooler in the gulf states and iu
(the lower Mississippi valley during
:the last twenty-four hours. Through
out the upper Mississippi valley and
plains states tbe temperature has
... risen slightly. Low pressure in
,., ,, •_ °liWOn!fn northern mountain districts
caufled
they may cause the other or-
8everal hcadrtd
|aaea flu to resign April
[Uat igatast preaeat wage*.
was
e*J so name a eDauautee caasea, uus s^aie jaueary 7 ^lu
draft a teutattre workJag hare sack a staffexHip. heary feeiiBg1"Ma« ^7,
»ii.i Ty iinaik woald oobc Ia akort, pel Butted sa laerease ia waa®^
WfllJaaa Green. se insi of the jfloick sasps aad I would think each j.*® 5^ employes and exerted the
aaloa. aad PM Peaaa. Terrelhreath was soft* to be a.y last. *^.n
cent, let 'em strike,*" several alder
men said today.
"We are oat for $340land weHi
'stay oat tin we get it." President
the
has
and
somewhat unsettled
slightly warmer weather in those dis
tricts. Elsewhere the weather is
generally fair. High pressure on the
South Pacific slope has caused fair
weather from tbe Rockies westward.
Local Observations.
March. Bar. Ther. Wind Wth'r
29 7 p. m. 29.92 55 SW Clear
30 7 a. m. 29.97 46 SW Clear
River stage at 7 a. m., 14.4 feet
change in 24 hours, rise 0.2.
Mean temperature 29th, 47.
Highest, 58.
Lowest, 36.
Lowest last night, 45.
Relative humidity 29th, 7 a m.,
12 m., 35 7 p. m., 38.
CARL E. HADLBY,
Observer.
ep^i^iPSF^SFS^
DEMOCRAT
[CITY CLERKS
ARE ON STRIKE
Pv Yea#
Pay «f
Um
Pretty
at CM-
cap* City HaH. tfr,
CUM Prcaa Lcaaed Wire ServtoaJ
CHICAGO, Hank 9ft.—A done
fnttr |M strikers lrtd«d the dtr
lall today wwwt of dteanaada fcr
a Hieauaad cttjr deriu for as mnai
at «»t fa Tha ftMr
to tlM fcaildiag www "cBf
by atrc than fifty fidMt*. aad
h*Ma tie bedding «tn a seme. Tw»
tf k»* I*"!**us®*
afl ar (boa-1 oddals ad alderaaca anfs*
kg iWr offieca this monaiagware
atepped by lhe strikers wf(k ykaa of
h.• "Hrtp get a raise, pieaae.
^"fto^ee were stopped and
"star mr
^-22
«h.« aafatbt mttaapt to eat the telephone
to' wires boa die city balT eaased As
siataat CUef of Fottee Aleoek to rush
a seoad of detectives to fbe seene.
James Flyim of the clerics' onion
'said last night.
Striken picketed the city haU to
day.
RESTRAINED
FROM STRIKING1
District Judge Issues Order on Howat
and Others in Southeastern
Kansas, Fortridding Union
from 'Acting.
iMMier
Howat, president it|r the
Were
coai
cf
worth
OI
I out a particle of trouble. I don't -waste," the petition said.
Pranc checks at $14.87 were soundly every night. My strength! BANGOR, Maine, ManA
-i- .lost weight which is fifty pounds. It jtioif here today.
May Vote Tomorrow. jig impossible for me to express bow
[United Press Leased Wire Service.] grateful I feel toward Tanlac and I
strike by District Judge Curran,
Pittsburg. .corn.
nmpqrg. Piriand.
T.
un looking alleged in his petition
I ever did. threatened to call a strike for the
ueiMuij aiu «™ag tnreaxenea oui a sinae ior b« pi-t-cj, EnDerlntMident of mail«
Foreign Exchange Market. jknow what a headache io aay more Governor Allen said the action waa
[United Press Leased Wire Serrice.1 'and I am entirely free from dizxiuess {taken for the protection of tne pob
NEW YORK, March 30—Marked and from those weak, fainty spells I lie and conservative onion men.
'-weakness developed at the opening of ns«d to have. My kidneys are in
the foreign exchange market today. splendid the pains have) Prohibition Question. patted through the Lincoln postomce between Italian sailors aad Jul
Demand Sterling opened at |3J5«4. gone from my back and I sleep rUnited Press Leased Wire Service.! containing food and clothing for snf
30.—
'off 37 centimes. Lire checks were energy have all returned and my!prohibition question was the chief residents of UUs »«»on J» taktoKj Jugoslav proclkmaUons. the
centimes^at f20.55. Marks at,health has not only been completely proposition on the program for can- »h!^ ^fth2ipatcl1
$.0125 were up $.002. restored, but I have regained all my'!sideration of the democratic convea- population of Spalato to a ttem
Dead Baby In Package.
NEW YORK, March 30—Postofflce
clerks today found in a parcel post
package the body of a baby girl, one
dav old. She had been dead several
Tanlac is sold in Keokuk by Wit- days.
kinson k. Co., and the leading drug- There were no marks of violence
gist in every town.—Advertisement. on the body. The discovery was
'made when a clerk saw strands of
black hair protruding from the box.
Weather Forecast
Department of Agriculture
Weather Bureau.]
For Keokuk and vicinity: Increas
ing cloudiness and warmer tonight
Wednesday unsettled.
For Iowa: Increasing cloudiness
and warmer tonight Wednesday un
settled.
DAILY RANGE OF PRICE8.
CHICAGO. March 30.—
Open.
CORN—
Mar. .. 1.62%
May .. 1.56%
July ...„:t5Q
Sept .. 1.46
High. Low. Close
1.64%
1.57%
1.51
1.47
OATS—
May .. 86
July .. 76%
PORK—
May .. 36.30
LARD—
May ... 20.65
July .. .21.45
RIBS—
May .. 19.85
July .. 19.45
1.63 1.64
1,55% ^1.67
1.49% 1.50%
1.45% 1.44%
86%
79%
85%
78%
86%
79%
36.80 36.20 36.40
20.75
21.52
20.57
21.30
50.72
21.52
19.00
19.45
18.90
19.30
18.95
19.42
Chicago Cash Grain.
CHICAGO, March 30.—Corn—No. 1
yellow, $1.66% No. 3 yellow, $1.«[email protected]
1«3 No. 4 yellow, [email protected] No. 5
yellow, $1.57%$1.58% No. whlt§.
$1.62%@1.63 No. 4 white, $1.50%@
$1.60 No. 5 white, $1.58 No. 2 mixed,
$1.64 No. 3 mixed, $1.60%@1.61 No.
4 mixed, $1.58%@159% No. 5 mixed
$1.56%@1.59.
Chicago Live Stock.
No Chicago live stock market to-i
day. on account of strike at yards.
8t Louis Live $tock."
ST. LOUIS, Mo., March 30.—Calttle'
receipts, 6,200 head market steady,
25c higner. Native beef steers, $8.00
@14.50 yearling steers and heifers,
$6.75^14,25 cows, [email protected]
stock-era and feeders, $6.75011.25
calves, $4.7508.50 Texas steers,
[email protected]
Hog receipts, 12,000 head market
steady. Mixed and butchers. $14.50
@15.70 good to heavy, $13.75®14.2.'
rough, $12.00#12.50 light, $16.00#
16.35 pigs, $11.00® 16.00 bulk, $15.'j5
@16.25.
Sheep receipts, 2,400 head market
Strong. Ewes. $11.50014.00 lambs,
[email protected] canners and choppers.
Who
Em
arged tw
sta-
walkoer.
aad fiiw
1 la pro-
City bosfaeas !»i* was vfrtaally
city hall clerks
bookkeepers. No
aiga handler* karia^ walked oat wfcen
no bopetor mj recore.-/ My ston^ {tkelrd«B»aads tor more moaiey were
met was a* jhadlr apsec tkat' evea imaeeaed.
w5er sometlifiSl cused aw lb A® aJVnlgkt aoafin' of the city
awfal cniDM aad ttiese ciamps lasted feoeaefl last iiitfit ended with the re
fer boats at a time. Bren liquid diets
•-n-rt this sapae aikery aad 1 w««»ld ctty bodset, toclradins the $4^0«jfte«
4ri •!,
rwsssfr*"
Steady
form of "food drafts" which are on pmther clashes were feared,
sale at all banks.
Sending Frankfurters.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., March 30.—Itela
tives of St. Loulsans of German de
scent in the' "old country" are not
going hungry for frankfurters—St,
Louis post office attaches will bet
money on it.
Since man restrictions to the
fatherland were lifted, St Louisans
Kansas City Live Stock.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., March 30.—
Cattle—Receipts, 13,500 bead. Mar
ket strong. Native steers, [email protected]
14.50 cows and heifers, [email protected]:.2o
stockers and feeders, [email protected]
2.2p
calves, $7.50® 16,23.
Hogs—Receipts, 1,400 head. Mar
ket 15 to 2Sc higher. Bulk, $14.00&
15.50 heavy, $13.85^14.60 medium,
$15.000115.60 light, $15.10915.65.
Sheep—Receipts, 8,000 head. Mar
ket strong lo 25c higher. Lambs,
[email protected] 20.40 ewes, $1€[email protected]
wethers, [email protected] 14.50.
Omaha Live 8tock.
OMAHA. Neb., March 30.—Cattle—
Receipts, 8,500 head. Market steady
to strong. Steers, $9.00313.75 cows
and heifers, $4.50011.75
and feeders, $«[email protected] 12.00
$10.00015.75 bulls and stags, $5,000
10.50.
JHogs^Receipts, 20,000 head. Mar
ket 25 to 5io lower. Bulk, $13,500
15.00 .. top,. $15.25.
Sheep—Receipts, 9,700 head. Mar
ket steady to strong. Yearlings,
$16.50017.75 wethers, $14.25015.50
lambs, $1-4.00 020.25 ewes. $5,000
14.50.
Chicago Produce.
CHICAGO, March 30. Butter—
Creamery extras, 64c creamery
standards, 66c dairy firsts, 58063c
dairy seconds, 50052c.
Eggs Ordinary firsts, 39040c
firsts, 4194c.
Cheese Twins, 25"%c Young
Americas, 28% c.
Potatoes—Receipts, 37 cars. Wis
consin and Minnesota, per cwt $5.85
@6.00.
Live poultry—Fowls, 41c ducks,
38c geese, 23c spring chickens,
39c turkeys, 40c.
New York Produce.
NEW YORK, Mar. 20—Floui^—QfUIet
steady.
TOI8DAY, 3UBOH 30,
TOAST--The Breakfast
Delight
Who can resist the fragrant aroma xf Bread
Toast Is a national nntitatioii in America. In
tlferasands of homes toast is served every day. Be
cause Bread'ia the moat wfaoleftome and palatable of
sXt foods. And toasting Bread even improves it
SCHOUTEN'S
BREAD
^w, ,/pw...
-nmaies toast yon can't resist or forget.
'. Sti
Fitftsh at your Grocer's every
On 10 ts aoa LOANED on FURNITURE. PIANOS, AUTOMO
BILES, etc. Our RATES are CHEAPER than aay ether LOAM
COMPANY in the city. We LOAN strictly according to the NEW
STATE LAW,
rip
day.
•t,-'
outens Bakery, Inc.
WHY PAY MORE THAN WE CHARGE?
OUR MONEY
Will pay your few outstanding bills, or, perhaps you OWE some
other LOAN C&MPANY if ao come to us and save worry and
money.
AGENT IN OFFICE EVERY MONDAY.
IOWA LOAN
420'/ MAIN STREET.
ADDRESS MAIL TO 3W/Z JEFFERSON ST., BURLINGTON, IA
MAILING FOOD
TO EUROPE
(Cootlaned from L/
restndned from calling a general 50 Deri
have kqit a steady "supply of
going toward the other side ct
Bhlne, officials declared today.
Mn.
Motion For New Trial.
(TTnlted Press Leased Wire Ser
MONTESANO, Wastm.. March:
it is food for Germany and?—The motion for a new trial fori
Packages declared In value'seven W. Wi, who were
,w ue uuu to air mdiiTwi «i ui^ cooTicinr utc muraer wi
•i-l u!!.!! rate of from 400 to 500 daily, accord-. Grtinm at Central ia armistice daj
tnat "ow*r ing to figures announced by H. o-—»—
Stream.
USfCOLcX. Neb,
small but steady
.. at u» W
C. I be argudl next Sahirday.
at The hearing on the motion waa
Meat merchants jhtally scheduled tor yesterday aftt
Jprepare special packages for shipment BOOT, but a postponement was
'abroad. upon.
Serious Clashes.
Mar. 30.—While a {United Press Leased Wire Serrki
stream of parcels ROME, March 30.—Serious dash
Slars &t the
The 'erers to war ^ctoEuro^ many ported ia dispatches here today,
Technical Knock Out
Refined—Firm. Granulated, $1-'
@14.50.
Coffee Rio No. 7 on Wot 15c.
Live poultry—DulL QuotAv'1
nominal.
Cheese—Dull. State niilk com®
to special, 34040c snims common
specials. 4020c.
-, Butter—Steady. Receipts.
stockers Creamery extras, 66c dairy
calves, 066c imitation creamery firs",
@44c.
Efegs—Firm. Receipts, 39.108
by White fancy. 61062c nearby
ed fancy, 50053c fresh, [email protected]»3c
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COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 30.-&J
Langford, veteran negro heav7*e!8°
scored a technical knockout o«
Jamaica Kid. famed as the only
ring partner who could stand
Dempsey's punches. In the M*eni
round of a scheduled twelve rmn
bout here last night.
I
D]
you ar
iches fe
Qdigestic
of ur
*a
Lard—Dull, easier. Middle
SPot $20.36020.45.
Sugar—Firm. Raws, $12.50 #13'
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ver, bladd
Santos No. 4, [email protected]%c.
Tailow—Quiet City. 14&c spec* rational
16c. 'lire* sins
Hay—Weak. No. 1, $2.3502.50 N "Afar*.
3, $1.9502.06 clover, $1.S5©2.30.
Dressed poultry—Steady. Turkey
50065c chickens, 26038c fowU,
©39c ducks, 32035c.
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$1.79%.
Barley—$1.3601.67.»
Timothy seed—[email protected]»0.
Ckover seed—$45.00059.00.
St Louis Horses and Mule*.
EAST ST. LOUIS. 111..
$42.00043.00. 97J0.
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