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duuitlji 48TII YEAR. OREGON, MLSHOULU, FRIDAY, NOV HMBKIJ 8, iUVJ. NUMBER 27. October Weather. The month i.f October Just parsed was t degrees bcti'w I lie normal fii tin- motitli and ono dcmcc warmer than the month a year ami. and the average Tor tin- pat the years ha licei'll .'iJ.L'il degrees. Tlill I lie mouth has been colder the past the years by J.Nt deiiioe. than the -u-.u-ur tionnal. which ha-, been m ilcgtces. The hot test day during the mohtli was de crees on the At 1 1 and the coldest .'.ode .'lees nil the .iOlli. The Interval bctwcin Minus this year was ii inoiiihs and I't il;n or II Wo count t he day. ia liiteiv.il was lu-t !!: days, the !.' now uf .spring ha vim: ratleii April IT. and I lie Him In the Tall was October .11. The au-t.ige inieiva s during thepasi J'l years pist. between the last snows r spilim and the llrst fill In autumn, Is i months and I;; il.iv. So the In tcrval this ji'.u Is ii.nr days grc.il el than the average. The fall of snow willed came on the lilst this year. a t Indie-, and rapidly disappeared. Lowest October (cuipciattiie. w.is.'t degrees below zero, on the Mb f 11 1 J below on IheL'slb III I -u.I: :i below on the HHtli In 171: 1 below III 17:.'. . above In 171 and I be'ow In l7.Y The hottest I ictobei days weie tn div'ees In li',': 1 In In7: o.t In 171: C In I;:'. n In l:7 '.'J In l".i . n cv.olir 'St. !":.'. lle.iny al' the hmcIi liees were fin.n. The urcalest ( ,i i .1 M-r ralnf.nl was i Inches In I".'!; Ait In limn. A.j m 1"i)s. The lightest nl was .'. nf all Inch In l-n.t; l'l In li.". and 7A In l'.m.t:.s in s;:P. .lulu si.:,: .loin siin, The noiinal lalnlall foi the mniitli h . 7A Inches l.s; nche above normal. Killing Hosts came ationt the 'Jot h, and the month has be"ii an Ideal out in every way. The apple hat vet ciosi'd the vuok nl the ;:ist. and was an abundant one. bin pilcesweie low. TheeMiellles for the inolitli hae been: Mat. Mln. 1 7n r.' . . .::'t . . .'.' Mean maximum. o.. Mean iiiiiiiiuinii. Mean, Al. Ilalul'all for .'lnbcr. t.n-.' Inches, (realist il-liottr fall 'J' Inches on the Imh and lltli: snowrall I; Inciieson the:ilst. We have had III October -mows since l-VV These occurred diulnc the yeais s,v,, :,;, k,V.i. m, 10,1 lHI. I'l, iNi'.l, 1;.!. 11'. IStiA, 17. I'i. I'.m, P.hi'.i and Itipj. The heaviest of these was I Inches on the I'Ath In IS7.I: I'J inches on the 17th 1Mb in l'.i. anil IA Inchfsnn the '.Mel Jllh In Itm. and W on the .tut In lHILV The second heaviest Jbhour rain fall of t he year visited this section the .il'teiiiooii and night of Thursday, Vlobei In. the iiie.isiirement closing I'llday. the I It It. the total fall being 'J. Inches; on Sept-ember :t we had .' A Inches of a fill. The r.iln cMcn.lcd uer the whole eo'inty and was gen eial In the noithwestein stales. The toads weie badly washed and in many places In Idee approaches weie gloat ly il.imaui'd. While the rain at this t line Is said in be good for fall pas ture. It was bad lor the apple Clop, which was being yathcicd at I he time Hicst Producer. According to advance Information from the luiJ lied Hook on I he poul try industry nl MUmhiiI for lull, given out by Commlssluiiei AiM in W. Illggs. nl the state bureau of labor statistics, this state mil mil) lead every state in i he union in the value ol the poul tiy pioduclloii, but exceeded ll-oun reeonl for any previous year. "That Hie poultry Industry of Ml, souil.' M) I 'olllilllsolii r llluu, "I a potent liii'tm III keeping the state ill the liout rink of the common wealths. Is shown h the laet that last yeat the limit rs shipped in mar Let egg, poult i and feailieis to Hie VllUeol J.ss.l IA. .dilld In I Ills s l he estimated vuliieol t he-eciiininndl-t," eoiisinnel locally , w bleb Is placed in rJ'.'.ooii.oiin, brlnutnu the lotai a!u Hi I in I'm i he ear up to s.Vi.M. I !. li ii I' i ri-ni -mbi'icd thai the three a-iii-n. ba.l million cli"iis of the proiit , bel ue a ilnliai's wniih was shipped r will be eeii I hat I he est I male oi - jJ.imi,iiui woith loi local coiisiimpt i ii Is coiiser1 at he. "i'rom lb'' act mil siilpniniii limine, wu lllld thai I heie wein sJ.Ooii.Til' pounds (if Ihe p niliry. valiu'd ai i1"1, 'J0i,07il; dressed poult i. v. "T.'J,.7.! pound, valued at M.nHi.iUI; 1ii,II7, 7(Kido.on t'jfK's worth HA),.'l,.,,HVi, and l,i:il,tlA pounds of leathers, woith "Counting the actual Milpinciils only . the Missouri hen laid enough ecus In p.i to clveexery man, wom in anil child in the I'ldled Slates nearly foiuU'cli vjiyis, w Idle out) icldciit ol the I'ulted States, weie the ill-l I itiu tlon made eiiially, would be entitled to one and otii-thlid pound of Hie lull shlpinent of poult ty. "With the poultry production, bli the year In ipicstlou placed al Au.ikki, oou It is of Interest to note that this cvoerilcd the xallie of the wheat crop of Kansas for the same year. It wa woith ueai ly us much asthuciiinbliieil cotton crop of I'loilil.l, Louisiana and Teiineseo. "Tlie lolal Milne of Ihe tobacco produced in Conine I Mil. Illinois. In diana. Massacbiiells. M I ui 1 . New YorU. Noith Carolina. Ki.'iiiuci.y and Tennessee was .'iii,lll."AI. or practi cally the same u the poultry prodiic- loo of Mlssoiiil. Missouri shipped tl.;ilii.7'."i head ol he stock In lull, valued at l;i:!.-JI I, I'.' i. according to a Imllellii Issued by ('iiimlssioner Austin W. Hiuus, or tin- state buie.iii of labor statistics, The lull ,pmoiii s. with theacr ae value per head and the total fur each class, s heii ln-lmv : Cattle l.'JI'J.'.O head: aveiaye ai nation, s.vi pei head: total value. on. lipi.lAn. Hi.' :t.il.,.,il7 heail: aveiaiievalu.i tioji. tIl'.-Vi pel headilotal alue. is.. .'!o:!,.i.it. Ilor-es and Mules li'l.'os head: av ei.tjie x.iluatlou, MSA per head: total value. MA.IAI.oiin. .-heep I.n'i7.lii head: axeraue al nation. 7 per he.nl: lot. tl value, 7. t7!i.7l!. linat l.'t.AIA head: average aliia Hon. 7 pet het head: total value. ''it.- I'iO'i, .laclo and Stallions . 171'.' head: av eiaue valuation, i-w: t .it :it value. ."i'.I.MHI. Theabiie lluures Include only tie Ihe stuck shipped by liclyhl and e piess fmiii the v.ulniis si:iilniis. iinac count beliic laken of the t bollsaildsnf head of caltle. Imcs and sheep which were ilnveli on loot to the vu-ial '.iri' packlni: cenleis. Ihe shipments made by boat or the local coiMimp thin of llu-se aiiliuals. A eoiiseiva the estimate of tliesu tlucc Itciiiswlll add 1,7'Vi.noo head to the total nl the state, blllinliic the crandlolal for the yeai In iiiestlon up to.s.miii,7L'ii head, witli a total valuation of 177..!7l,l'.'o. Nodaway county leads In the ship meiil of hons with a total of inn.ou'.i head, and Holt county was fourth with a total of u,.T.'ii head. This I tlie second latuesi shipment of hoes ever made from Holt county, the largest bcltm made in IWT. when we shipped lii...i.:ti head. In !o we expoited ti,.'i."i7 head. In lulu, our shipineiits leached ii,oi and In I'.hc.i they weie 7.NS head. Real Kstate .Matters. The leal estate market of the coun ty for October ha been lo.iMinalily ad he. and wltlilu tA.ikmi of what they weiellui same iiiontb a yeai auo. The wauanty deal fur cluber, UMS. lutalleil T'i7.l7A; Hiisi dieds. Kll,7l'.i: chattel inorlcaycs. ilA.'.'o'.'. lueliid W the uiarrlace llcensi's Is.iieil theie weie lu'.i Instruments tiled. The deals made llivolvluc fA.oihi in moie weie: .Ino I! Adkllis to Wilherl C I'eatsou. se lie , e 4 se, liw si Jl. U.I, M M.I.A00 .Inn V Kurl In I! it lild)!c mail, u i sw '.".i. HI, ;.s. ii.iiiui (J V Shuiuerly to.l.ime.s 1 1 1 1 1 1 . o sw r. mi, ;i'i a,,joii II li C Schweutes to AllKllsl lleiislorf. e lie 'Jo, i;:i, In, M and w Tarkio Val I! It I on Win V. Simmon to Tied K Maikt, ne .'II, r-o. :i- n.iiou Probate Matters. Tbewlliiif Ibiulu'les A i iiii-iit i out , win. died I Ictobei Ulli. has lnen lilcd fin iioli.iie Ii was made I i binary '-lb. I'.U'J. and was wltiiesd by .1. II. Chaiilheis. .1 It. Melliili mid M. C. II. iiii.loiinh. Ili'uhi- all his prop oily, both leal a id pe'sinal, to his wlb-. and at In'i death It Is i In v Ided bel ivi-i li l.ls fniir miiis: N, ''., .biim, Waller and Mai Inn. U II. SI ubbs has been appjlnted adinlnisir.itiir of Hie est iu nl .Mar i;ret Lewis. CbaiM's lloiltoli lias been tuadetllo aduilnlsi i-ilor of llui Ma.iiiaiet lions. ton estate, wldcb conss oT about s'.i.imIii in persiiual piopeily and aboiil inn acres of land. Ills blind was lUed at I7.ooo. . l!oy C'ulp. who i a resident of Napier, I here, assist lut,' his fiithor, Jonathan Culp.to build bN resilience, a four-room house In the northeast part of town In Holland addition,- WILSON U'-ft: iff JPJkl 1 A Roosevelt Runs Second, With Taft a Poor Third. New York Goes 100,000 Strong for the Professor-Yes, Uncle Joe Cannon is Defeated-and Illinois Elects a Democratic Governor. Taft Beats Wilson Five in Holt County-AIvays Safe Republican Majority Since I860. Holt County Progressives Save the Republican County Ticket From Defeat. Isaac I). Painter, Republican, With the elect Inn of Wnodiovv Wil son to the I 'residency. asiiicd by the relllllls up In the I hue of imr u'oill'.'lo press, jjhe indli'.it inns that tl lee total vole i if the I h-lii ioi.il le C.llldl dates would piss the loo mill,. With I'eniisylvanla. Indiana, i hio ami oilier lai-p- slates lepiesented by only meaner tep-irl. the success of Hid I feuiocratlc ticket In a majority of I he heavily populated stales was cei lain. Tlieeaily let urns nave to lioveinor Wilson "the Solid South," einbiaclllj,' all liemocratlc states southof the I'o lomac. and Connecticut, lU'lavvaie, Kentucky, Maine, Maiylaiid, Massa chusetts, New Voik and app.ireiit ly West 'li'u'lnl.i. Indiana and Missniirl. Ilooseveli's victory In lllln-il. con ceded eaily In the eveiilutr by the Hiimociailc leaders, promised at hi o'clock to cairy with It a pliualliy ifrealei ihan IOiI.imu. New llaiupsliire and Vcimniit has appaiently uheu a niajoriiy in Tuft on thcbiis of fairly comprehensive ret urns received at that lino . Maine Is In ihe 1 )i-n n it 1 1- column Canal Open in 191,5. Thentliclal aiiiiiiiiiiceiueui is madu at W.i-liiliinii thai the Panama ca nal will be npeiied In the full of I'U.I It was an eeeted aiiuouuceineiit , for it Is but coiillrmatoi v of success.. Ivii calculation carefully made of a Kreat wink which the Aiiieilcau pun plu and, iiiileedi those nf the win Id liavu observed with the urualest In torests a it piOKtesseil. Already. airanuumunU are belli),' SWEEPS 1 "-ss. is. Defeated for County Judjje of the Second District. and Wllsnii c.uiles liisnwii slate. Incomplete letllllls recihed fiolil vaiimis parts nf the state. Inillcale the elect hm ut the I letnociat Ic stale ticket by lop. heavy pllll.llil les, i 'iiuil ies that have mil yheu Ileum ciatlc pluralities tnr tidily yea is will send I vmiR-i.it i- members tut heslate , li'jf lsl.it mi', and In some Instances .whole llemoi'iatie county tickets ate elected. In the country, in M , Louis and In Ithenihei larue cities, tlie Hull Moos, jei i a ii very slroin!, coiupleiely swiiiiiilnir whatever chances the stand-pal llepiibllcaii thought they inlhi have to make a show Intr. It Is linp.'s-lble to tell yet vvhelhei Itoose veil will iiiii ale-ad nl Tall In MN-iiii-Jil, but at least he will inn very close, j The propo.-ed Slinxle Tav iimeiid I iiieni in the sialo constitution was i hopelessly defeated, accoidhnf to in jury n poil I'ioiii the coiintiy districts, III tin' ciliesa slrnin; vole was cast In fav i ut siiliiiillllu- his proposed amendment, but the si-nlbueni inthii mial 'h-iilcts wa s-i strmn; ajjaliisi it thai Ii Is sure to be sunned under bv made tnr an Imposing itria.v of naval and oi'-tchani vissi-k when the II I'M ship p.iss -s from Colon to I'anama.1 Sll.l,. .till II. ...I- tl.1,1..... t I...M.I iiii.- -, iiw.i, iiiiiiiri iiimii iiiiiii Miles oi' i lie continent , and It will he fortunate If by that tlmo all dispute about the iiiaiiiiKomunl ami use oftlu) canal Is settled, so that we may have, In the prldo of havhik' completed one ol' I he k i eat est iiudertakliiKs ill t lie history of the world, Ihe unstinted congrat illations of uvury clvllled na- COUNTRY very heavy nt.i jm It It-- In eveiy coun ty. In I lull county It was ilddled In death. Ill the coiinly the liepiibllcaiis. w it h the nulled help nf Ihe l'ruresses. elect Ibeli eliiiie cniinty tlckel. with IheiAcepllnnul h.iac i. I'.iinler. lie publican candidal!' fnr County .Indue of Ihe second ilMili'l, whnlsdeleated by M. L. Nuiiiian.by I hi iiiajoilly. Swope, l.'epiiblicau caudlil.it e for llepiesentatlve, Is elected by '.1 ina bility. lioosevelt polled slightly over ."Oil votes hi the county; lnii .i,aui Tall l.'ilu. The llisi victory that came to the liepubllcau pirly In Hull county on a national ticket was In lHI, when It polled 117,1 votes lor Lincoln and Me I'lellan l. The small Himiuciatlc ' vnte was nvvln to the illslianchlse- meiil acts in force In the slate at that time. 'I't'" I! tbll'-an parly of the county was nruanied in liio, and pulleii L'oj ules fnr Lincoln; I lunula, I.Yl; Hied; cmidiic. 171; Hull, ,11. tin on eaith. Theie will lie plenty of cclehl.lt Inn ami uh'i I ln;il lin at the i line thecatial Isnpuieil. The eposi imi celebrai liU the coiuplellon ol the canal will follow the actual event by twenty months al Sail l.ianclscn. hut the de lay will biluu' this advantage that il will alfonl an opportunity lo exhibit soimi of the lemlts of the operation of Urn waturway connect Imr lliti At lantic and the I'acilic. Death of Vice President Sherman. tA Jamet S. Cherman. Tin de.illiil Nice 1'iesldeiit . lames Mieilii.in. II rmyl in, i niiep,.c eil, on Weihided.iy last . was a shock to Ihe cniiiitty. asvvellasaneiier.il nr low He was a man nl ircnunbed alil'ity. wlib ii Hue uvntil nf public set vice and prai't leal usefulness. As a iiii inl or of coiihicss fnr many years, lie was prominently iiletililleil with impoitailt ilieasuies nf lelslal loll ami the management nf Hie all. ills nf tlie llepiibllcaii p.uly. IV ually he wasalfii-d with iialllles which won libn a host nf filemls and nave him a signal deuree nf pupulai it y. The pe culiar clicumstailCfs atteiidiuu' his Inss will appeal to the smpii, nf ill classes i in I all parlies. i mav be s.ild nf him wltlniiil eaweralinii tha' he pinvi'd eipial In alt the duties and lespoiisihllltli-s bnpnseil upnii blm. and leaves behind hitii a meiil- ry that will have a uiacioiis place in hlstnry and In Ihe heaits nf his eouu try men. Flowers and Funerals. It will ptnh.ihfy hi a ety liinu t line beluie the vvoi Id adopts ihe sliuues lion of tlie New Voik minister who seeks lu bar all llovveis fmiii luueraN and distribute I hem Instead aiming the living l lovveis aie more than meie Moral ollerlni's. They aie sym bols id the mo-1 beautlfili of all the hiimaii emoi loos that which pays its last tribute ol allecllon In the oiler lui; of bliissnuis and fiaKrance. Thn sin;uetlnn that Instead of heaping the Moral itifl upon the bier, where the mortal leiuaiu of the departed lie nr a few bonis in iinic.ill.hik' state, they should lie divided anion); the llv Inn. to whom th.-y will lirliiK' hapiluess, is vvnitliy In purpose, but the same result eniild hcaccoiuulishcil vvltlioiit 101111111)1 the solemn fuiieial ceieiuoiiy of onenf its must linpiesslve leal in es. I'lob.ibly the most snriuw lul spi c- lacle I bat eniild be coucehed would bea funeial vvithnul a single lluwer. Theie aie many such, but thev am .llllolii! life' sad I l.i)!edles. 'I'he How- it stands Imi lemeiiibrance and allec lion: il Is a pledge nf lldelity ami love, oral least nf lespeel and esteem. The ah-eiice nf all siieh Inkells means today that niie has died with imue tu iiiouin bis loss and' with nunc in piomise to lemeillher. Theie is, it may be admitted, much nftheaiti llcial and nniiM-.inl nu many nccaluiis, when lavish lloial ollerlti); do not ncecssuilly mi-asnie Ihe deyieo of sor low felt bylhoM' wlio pay the trib utes. Thoie I also al times a deplor able waste ol money in liuustelitatious display, tint these aie except loiiablu leal lues of a custom that noes hack I o I Ih; earliest hcuiiiuluus, back to the tlmo when llnwei's ami blossoms weie typical aiiilsyiubollc.il of the In line Hie. A poll Imi of the tilblilii paid lo I lie departed mlnlit well bu spaied for Ihe laudable purposi. sii Ke.ted by the New Ymk minister. The living need the lluweis with which the dead may well dispense, but the funeral oIIciIiik is not lor thn dead alone, The eiMom Is ino sweet. latlilsacied In h abolished, ye , I uilu'bi well be val led by a sharing nf Ihe tribulo Willi the unfiii t incite liv ing, to whom the division will bilng cheer. i . 1 liny KiiliKel, who has been on the sck st I'm a few days, s now able to be out apalli. --Mrs. Lottie Kennedy Is suilerlng 1 1 1 1 1 1 severely fiom a fall that she re ceived last Thiii.sday, October .'II. She had stepped upon a Vkilr, for .some purpose, w lien It tilled, throw ing her olV, and lu falling she was vury snvert'ly bruised across ihustuiu ach and bowels. Sim Is nuvv getting along al. 'right, wu are. glad to .statu.