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Globe, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1908, Cedar Falls, Iowa stitt liitoflcil FREE The Globe until Jan. 1, '09 to New Subscribers THE FREE The Globe untilJan. t, '09 to New Subscribers BER 5, 1908 NO. 25 VOL. 20 i mww I Absolutely fc-fet? v Comes from Grapes The only baking pow- der made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Imitation balnnjf are made, from harsh minors! acids and leave in the ioort unhealthful properties He Receives 303 Electoria! 180 Election is over and it is now only a question of ths size of the pluralities. Taft carries California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massa- chusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsyl- vania, Rh'ode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming, re- ceiving 303 electorial votes to Bryan's 180. Gov. Cummins carries the state for United States Senator by an estimated majority of over Major Lacey. Iowa gave Taft at least plur- ality and the republican state ticket has large pluralities, Pickett's [plurality for congressman is estimated at over Feely for representative will carry the county by over plurality. The entire republican county, ticket was elected as is shown by table on this page. The republicans will have control of the next national house of representa- tives. NEW GOVEUNOUS CHOSEN Delaware Simon S. Pennewill, R. Albert W. Gilchrist, D. James H; Brady, R. Charles S. Deneen, R. Thomas R. Marshall, D. B. F. Carroll, R. Walter R, Stubbs, H. Ebon S. Draper, R. Fred M. Warner, R. John A. Johnson, D. W. S. Cowherd, D. Henry B. Quinby, R. Chas. E. Hughes, R. W. W. Kitchin, D. C. A. Johnson, R. A. L. Harris, R. Martin F. Ansel, D. M. R. Patterson, D. Thomas !vl. Campbell, D. S. G. Cosgrove, R. Florida Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Missouri New Hampshire New York North Carolina j North Dakota 1 Ohio South Carolina Texas Washington Wisconsin James 0. Davison, R. Having rented the RICE BUILD- ING next to my present location and having a larger stock of goods than we care to move we will sell everything at a 125 per cent Discount Some Hats regardless of cost. Everything must be sold in the next 30 days. S3IK I Sale Begins THURSDAY, Nov. 5 stlJS ____________ and continues until everything is sold at John W. Moore John W. Moore, an aged bachelor, passed away at his home three miles north of this city Monday morning. He was well-known as a hunter and fisher- man. The funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the residence of his nephew, John Moore, on Olive street. A Knocker J. C. Goodwin, of Reidsville, N. C., says: "Bucklen's Arnica Salve is a sure-enough knocker for ulcers, A bad one came on my leg last summer, but that wonderful salve knocked it out in a few rounds. Not even a scar remain- ed." Guaranteed for piles, sores, burns etc. 25c. at The Pfeiffer Co. drug store, Car Through Bridge MacUuff-Eldcrkin Ihc marringc of Miss Elizabeth M.-ic- urt nnd Arthur Elderkm took place Wednesday, October 28, nt noon, Int tho home of the bride's pnrcnts, Mr. and Mra. Allan MacDuff, 1526 A ave- Lriue. The Rev. A. R. Paul pastor of tho United Presbyterian church, per- d the ceremony. only present s.t the wedding. The bride wore her traveling gown, of UKio cloth. A wedding brenkfnat followed the ceremony nnd the bride and groom left in the afternoon for Chicago. They will make their homo with tho bride's parents. Tiie brido is n member of n prominent Scotch family nnd hua won many frienda both socially and as a teacher in tho public schools. Mr. El- dorkin camo here three years ago from Cedar Falls and is with the Baker Pa- per Rapids Republi- can. Last Saturday morning while the Chi- cago Great Western engine was switch- ing freight cars from the mill to the depot one of the freight cars went through the first bridge north of the depot. The engine and one car passed snfely over the bridge and the second one, n Choctaw, Oklahomu and Gulf car, No. 49523, went crushing through the bridge very near one end. It went down as far as the bottom of the car and hung there until taken out by the wrecker. It was fortunate that the engine did not go through and more fortunate that no one was hurt. The sleel frnme work of tho bridge held up all right, just tho wooden lies and cross pieces giving away. How to get Strong 1'. J. Only, of liMV W. Conguisa SI., Chicngo, U-1U of a way to heroine strong: He says: "My mother, who ui old ami was very feeble, is deriving .no much benefit from Klectrio Hi'.ier.-', that 1 feel it's vny duty to tell those who need :i tonie and Hlrenglhcnuig medicine about, it. In my mother's case n marked gain in ilesh has resulted insomnia has been overcome, and she is steadily growing stronger." Electric Billers quickly remedy stomach, liver CO tisp.ii A .loraoo "T i- o o '.-----r fi -r ri t S T'I ft lliurinyig liotiia a nofit o c> o -T1 CO K it- com !52 Si UAUUQ 90BT o o 0 0 0 1- UJ a r-j gsssss inn i o S is co (M ci.-: M O O i.-- co o oo
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