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   Gravity Independent (Newspaper) - November 8, 1906, Gravity, Iowa                                Lecture CourseBarbour Concert Gravity f1r iman November loth VOLUME XVI NOVEMBER 1906 nl i NUMBER 9 PURITAIN FLOUR has no try For Sale by Gravity Cummins Majority Taylor County Elects Republican County Small Mojorities Taylor County Garst Hepburn Van Houten Evans Kuhn Brant Hargadin Congressman Hepburn Elected Hepburn was reelected but by a smaller majority than he has received for several At present it is not known what his majority be ing estimated at which will be cut bown Representative Van Houten elected by a narrow just 15 The new law on the marking of makes the work of counting the ballots a much longer job and more The straight republican and democratic tickets voted in Wash ington were Only 22 straight republican and 10 straight democratic The Capitol of Des that reliable daily of the stand pat fame reported that Taylor connty went demo giving Porter a majority of about That is about as reliable as they have been all The latest reports obtainable estimate Cummins majority at Only seventyfive coun ties out of the ninetynine have been Basing the one returns already in will give Cummins the above named We see by the Des Moines dailies that after the election Lafe Young was taken to the We wonder if his pa Washington Township Officers Justice of the Peace Lorimer rep 171 Humphery rep 146 John Keasling dem 63 Davis dem 86 For Constables Rogers rep 168 Greeley rep 157 Township Trustees Riley Lee rep 152 Richardson rep 147 Morley rep 139 Sparks dem 64 Irwin dem 113 James Chambers dem 77 Township Clerk Shaw rep 78 Fred Fisher dem 185 Township Assessor Don Ray rep 56 Preston dem 101 New York state went republi It is now up to Hearst to contest the elec tion as claim of fraud has already been The number of spoiled ballots in Washington township was very low this considering I LADIES Only three ballots were thrown although a number were not entirely filled pos sibly on account of the voter not fully understanding the new As will be noticed by the elec tions returns Cummins did not get his usual majority in Tay lor We wonder who bolted was it the geldings or party busters as they have call your attention to some items in ur Dry Goods Department that may interest In Ribbons and Silk for Evening We have dainty evening silks in Blues and Dark shades as well as in also cream wools and Our Ribbons display is especially We have also a very nice line of fleece lined goods for Tea Wrappers and House In hosiery WK sell the Armor Plate Brand for Women and They are neat in perfect in and andboth economical and We have a good line of corsets as well as the M1 waists Ladies Black Our Sateen Underskirts are well made and good value for the We also sell the celebrated Heatherbloom This fine new fabric is proof against cracking and splitting as silk is apt to Its the delicate and swish makes Heatherbloom11 a rival of the genuine silk for underskirts and We sell Heatherbloom by the yard keen a Bnttericks l We will order wiChout A short time ago Our Grocery is Our groceries are try to please GENERAL Notice and Ed Humphrey per will be more truthful after the editor gets out of the called Look at the matter an d see who it was that was trying to defeat the book accounts must be settled before December family of Corning visited at the home of Humphreys Saturday evening and Governor Cummins rt CO rf a tn rf a a S1 a g W n CU 3a W n 1 a n B S to o or o s 0 re S ai n I t o P o i 0 3 g p 2 1 a w p t o 01 5 trq S o 41 27 35 22 35 22 32 24 38 21 40 39 39 33 25 32 24 41 38 36 21 1 37 40 69 43 67 35 69 35 67 42 79 33 97 91 96 81 28 84 29 95 80 75 29 90 88 97 64 116 43 113 50 100 75 141 55 53 65 40 65 42 62 50 91 21 100 96 100 86 27 87 23 98 87 85 26 94 93 17 18 2J 12 28 11 26 11 29 10 30 29 31 26 11 31 S 31 27 30 8 28 29 24 45 25 38 26 41 22 45 33 38 38 37 47 30 38 26 46 37 3f 30 41 37 63 107 66 108 57 91 75 120 54 129 134 137 83 92 126 57 140 137 113 47 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kind is beyond the of their fellow men and ihould be ferret out and a good strong jail sentence Services at the Christian Sunday November 10 Bible 11 Jesus in Geth semane 12 Sermon In fluence Wednesday HU Prayer Friday Choir Last Lords day there was one and the hand of Christian Fellow ship was also extended to the new Sellards and A cordial invitation is ex tended to one and all to attend these   

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