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   Titusville Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1910, Titusville, Pennsylvania                              THE OJOLTUSVILLE HERALD ers Cherry Pectoral Oil financial News STREET RESULT OF ELECTIONS MONDAYS MARKETIN STAGNATION Union Pacific to the Fore as Sustaining Feature NEW YORK Nov stock market came to the eve of the election1 in a state of semistagnation How far this was due tosolicitude over the political outcomedid not clearly ap pear THe shrinking volume lfth transactions madeitplain however the time was considered in oppdr time for speculation Unioa Pacific came forward sup planting Reading and Steal The rea son for increased attentionto Union Pacific was hot for the corningbeyond the assertion that the buyers who influential in last weeks movement iti diverted a large share of ac Intothe railroad stock market closed irregular hut with renewed iipbidding of Union Pacific for sustaining purposes pie statistics of the Oopper Pro for OctoVer were a distinct disappointment expectation having been fostered 7jy stock market tips for vast The nnolirn tifn coincided with active circulation ofi new rumors concerning the copner tradeTand a supposed mteritirntond vance theprices of The copper indus Irials Copper stocks were reducedto 9531ROO pounds diring October butthis wth a dc eiease of In September iTle effect was partly by therevived rumors of hanrohlzMtion of principal American copper in tejcests ailroads in the Kr f Wowed some special strnnpth owinar to thp decision of the Interstate Commerce commission in favor ofrate arlvnncns asfced for nibney rosition remained ncer tain Time loans were strong and call njftney touched per cent lost The private discount rate advanced in London unfavorable impression was mad unsettled express drivers strike York the threatened tariff dU lHvte yith Germany over the potash rftile regiliflon in irilfe fertiliser storks tle unfavor able showing tt71be niade by thy United States Stuol corporation in tlis statement for nott Thursday and thereportad postpono m6ntof th2 opening orThe Milwaukee and Ptiiret Sound passenger Ire flic until iiexl spring were irrcgularl value lf States bends were Fayetto OK ihomi Wichita Pure Oil OIL MARKET and futiues Uid quiat i403M5i 1 ondou suci il 2s Cd qiiet 3SOJT590 1 ondon Hon CievelMid varnint Js inicinl throdni IMH to lighten I ondon loMily Hondas quiet No List moment this tutu Mteinooii but the lour to one tmd tonnes io t tKuis V IKCUI u UMtin 01 the icioils thu JvMV luS bCUl tb ill srll foumlix l fou ndi nouiiein No 1 soiubein and no 1 round iv sontheta hoit 15 Hi no 2 fotndiy uouh cm in THE MONEY MARKET Pennsylvania Mercer black Corning NewCastle Cabell 30 87 77 North Lima South Lima Illinois above 60 Illinois under Indiana Princeton GO Somerset Kansas and Oklahoma Ragifmd Corsicana heavy Cotsicana light 40 45 53 58 REFINED MARKET NEW YORK Nov Official Refined export in bulk is quoted as follows Standard white in bulk 390 Water white in bulk 510 Standard vhite in cfises SflO Philadelphia prices 5 points lower STANDARD OIL NEW Ybniv Nov Oil WHEAT DEVELOPED MUCH WEAKNESS ON THURSDAY Demand Was Quite Weak During the Whole Session CHICAGO Nov 7 Under a spatter ed fire of selling by the best buyers rmcrg last weeks shorts the oarket developed weakness today atil closrul at a netdocllne of a shade to c There was no anpnrent from the larger opeitors Final of corn showed ti loss of He com larecl wifh Saturday night but unchanged to uf and irovis 10 cents to a full MARKET QUOTATIONS Furnished by C O Anderson Broker ji Exchange Block Second Floor A inSmelters Am Car P Amal Cop High Low Close 70 Arn Sugar American Ice Oil C7 128 2 147 i Cot O BR T S CpJ Fuel 35 Cah Pac 9f Con Gas 1H Chhes Ohio S4 Leather 35 IJistil Secui M EiJe Com 30 KHclat pfd in Great North pfd Inf Met pfd Int Met L N M6 PaC N Y Cen N Wesf Nat Load Press Stl Car Penna Gas Tf ep Steel Hep Steel pfd Reading Rock Island South Ry St Paul Southern Pac Union Pac U S Steel U S Steel pfd Wabash JS Wabash pfd 3SV OG 77 35 55U 70 fifil 109 77 my 5SV 100 fiOV 31 07 T07VJ 09 4D I MO 4 V3V2 lf 320 09V 351 33V 27 SI Y 11 S A 71R 120 siv US PITT3BURG QUOTATIONS Closing Bid Prices for Smoky Securities City jPlTTSRUUGNov American Sowei Pipe Oiieibletteel pfd Independent Mrewinp Coal pfd Iliburg Brewing Ilttsbiirg nrewiug jfd IMUsbur Coal pfl Union Switch and Signal US Glass V Westinghouse Air BraVe iVVestihghouss Rleclric 2nnc V 13 7m 1 2 4DU 7Vi 110 II chief High Low Close 89 SO 95 47 40 4 ions had increase liuif dollar Demand for wlient here from any source was limited the enrire dim Ot he othe hand tUsuppy from bib short sellers aivl from some of I ho crgs seamed to ho constantly liicroas ny World3 shii merits re 1 ibcral ori ocean pnssagc heavy anl II ft Oiinaliiin supply grcilly oti lurpfed Fine weather and rear of bearish o potts from the govornment weakened corn The cash steady In the oats pit speculative were light ami thoro wis a fairlv gnot demand j A light run of hocs formed th rretext for hoistiri proviKkms The leading futures ranged as fol lows I Opng Dec89 May May 40 Dec May 17 Ky 1732y 1752V May 1G50 35 K THE LIVE STOCK MARKET EAST BUFFALO iVrv I tie Receipts GOOO head ilow and lower prime steers C75ia700 ship ping butchers 625 heifers cows S2fiO bulls stoclters and feeders stock heifers fresh cows and springers steady vo 2 lower 120U bond active and 25c higher 10200 head active and lower heavy 820 82r mixed Yorkers pigs 840tf850 roughs stags dairies Sheep and 12400 hoad active sheep steady lambs 2Hc higher Iambs yenrlings ewes sheep mixed 200 425 L 31 BUTTER EGGS AND CHEESE GAS STOCKS Uis L M Ohio Fue Union Cas Bid Asked NEW YORK Nov Firm receipts 3457 Creamery special extrti third to first held crearnory second to special state dairy common to finest process sec ond o sreciai 24ff27 hnitntion cream en first factory Time mak3 nrn do current make 23i Firm rccoipfc H33 Stat hole milk September qunlity specinl do colored fancy do white fancy inwisy do choice MY do October qunlity fine colored do fine white do common Ic prime skims full to special to Finn receipts 1004 State Pfimsvlvpnia and nearly hen nery white fancy white do hennery lrowr do gathered brown fresh gathered extra first 32ffl tl y first 28g31 do seconds gathered diities no 1 canriVd ro no 2 ndlli rerrigorUor special marls fancy in local stonipe do fiivit do seconds 25 do seconds THE METAL MARKET VI3W YOftK Ncv TSiandnicl en 1 fjulet spot late 130t ff 13 25 electrolytic 1 2 13 m I fjsling London orsy spot Tin niiet apot lonrloii YORK Nov on ciH stiong DI cent iiiling uuo V dosing bid JJ ofieted Tun loansj stuncci W anl M day bills 5 ei cent moiths Pi line airrtantlo jniei to tihxic CP11L 11 l1 husinoss in banUorF bills JSlfiiifi 4 for 30day bi Ha iiiul fit lifCO for doirand Coinmercuil lils 4 Bat silviji50 4 Mexicjui dollars 47 Government bonls steady1 Railroad bonds in egula THE DRY GOODS MARKET Nov carpet for Hie spiing of Hill oponml lining thodity Where priceVersions made they vere usiinlly down wtnt Trade in mens an I drcsi goocs shows a slight iiidit ton goods wois ieuly but iiiiictive LOCAL MARKET PRODUCE 1 Wholesale Meats Steers common to fair Steers prime per Ib Heifers fair to good Ib Cows common to fuii b Veal hog Slicep per Ib Lunibs spring per lb Pork Butter ansl Eggs Butter per Ib per doz Hay and Grain Wheat new Buckwheat per 100 Ibs iOc 00 ib Hay new loose10 11 00 Hay baled per ton 13 00 Straw loose per ton 10 00 Oats per bu new 350 Chickens young per Ib lOe Chickens old perlb Sc Miscellaneous Cliestmit wood tannery length por cord 350 Potatoes per bu 45c Tallow rendered per Ib Cloverhoney per Ib i loc Buckwheat honey per Ib lIides per Ib unsettled per ib Jaif skinsper Ib 108I2i Calf sldns deacons each Applesper bu Cabbage per Ib Ic Seets per bu 50c ruinips per bu 40c Flour Feed Etc 1 Retail lour patent per sack 1 SO Dats perbu 4HC Corn per bu 70c Meal cwt 130 hop 100 l 35 DIX IS LEADER IN NEW YORK BETTING Heavy Qclds Offered on His Election tliej kngthened in cineut icpoit ut Icust KELllETTVlLLE Nov ii Mis P 1 spent in M Y ilib Wilhaiu lluungion vnd toi Fein 01 Hill o Mi and Alu loliu Blum dining th week On last radiy twentysix mei foimed a lumt and Sen 111 us iapiuns ing the day in the it that Dr Senill uihl his se cured tho most points in the routes aiul veraentertained at suppor by the dofeiucd crew Tho supper was servec fit the Kingsley v Tho F M congrogiition lias chansc tho time for sorviue Hereafter tho preach will biv nf 01 Sunday afternoon Jnslosul ot on Sut urday eveiiitig MrAVllliam Kanoss nnd Miss Kan ess of Helen Furnace who have beei yisllfhg for the past week with thcii sister Mrs Fred Crahum returned to tholr homo Saturday TMrs Simmons who spent the wool with friends hi Warren reuirno homo her husband us ho came from teuehcivs institute Sutiirday William Campbell of Tionesta visit edhis sister Mrs betweer trains Friday 2sTovi SPRING CREEK NTSW YORK Nov of thp lotel corridors and the talk of tho trcot had it today and tonight that tho campaign getting odds in last hours were hictuntiiia b weon 3 tol on Dix and to Ion 3Ix The Republican cbnrgp however hat the betting is largely fictitious mil hat the prices are quoted for wnsh jets only iu which no money changes lands It was reported toriaht Ihnl af cr tlie close of the stork excbansf for he one brokor ofZurcd to GOOO on Dix and found no Sjirmion alters Thiro are odds o IVj to 1 It is siihl that longer odds of o I were accepted earlier in tho day bet of SGOOOtp tbrt Dix would uive i plurality of 50000 or more ir he stafe was reported A considerable amount of Stimson noncy from Buffalo appeared lute tliU i NOBODY Kidney Troubles Attack Tltusyllle Men andAVomen Old and Young Kidney ills scixo young and old Coine quicOily with little warning Children sutler in tlicir early Cant control the kidney secretions Girls are languid nervous suffoi pain Womonworry cant do daily work Men have lame and aching backs The cure for man woman or child Is to cure tho kidneys Doims Kidney Pills euro sick kid Cure all forms of kidney surferlug Titusvillo testimony proves it airs 13 B Starnor 75 Breed street Tiuisvllie Ia says Uoiins Kid ney Tills have boon a standard rem edy in our home for a nuinbor of yours aud I do not Uiiown of any medicine equal to them kidney cbinplntnt and backacho One member of our familywassubject to attacks ot tiiiin bago aiid during winter months Buffered intensely froiu a InnionoKs acrossmy Joins Since we learned of Deans Kidney Pills this person has used them whenever aii attack of this kind and roliuf has always been received For sale by all Price F0 cents FosterJVlVlburu Co f Buffalo New York ageiilsr for1 the United States tV riemetnbor the take no other BEST SKIN SOAP Is San Gura Soap because of its great antiseptic and healing virtues Use it regularly and it will makethe skin soft and velvety will remove pimples and Blackheads Its the real soap forbabies tender skin which mothers of infants should re member 25cents a large cake Ail Druggists Mail orders for Sen Cura Ointment and Soap filled by Thompson Medical Co Titusville Pa on receipted 2Sc TWO REELS BEST PICTURES V Changed Daily ADMISSION 5c like I illness it is often necessary quickly to raise trie temperature of a room For instance in those hours between midnight and dawn the1 day temperature hasbeen allowed to drop if you are called upon to get up the room is chilly and cold It takes a long time to start up a furnace or fire and raise the tempera ture by ordinary means You can instantly heat a room to any desired temperature with a 7 Theie is u new thy liome of Mi and Mrs CUitt A Davison is nuking his storo builil s into a hotel thnt Is to he hy I 1 Hites who hrH nl itnlv bonin a ilv business Mrs Hansom McKolvey is reported as well She has been sick at R if roi some unio M McKehtj loft for BuifuloSatiirdav II I Sppnoer IMS into ono ot Prod Hecks houses Miss Lertix of Corry is tlm jvcst of her griwlpnrejUs Mr and Mis HVM x tuKou Eljo liiin div iJoiHy Uev 1C WUHams and wife havo left for Sharon where he wilt huvo cliargo of the Congregational chwch Carl Donaldson of Erio was homo for ii visit last week Two of the rhibulolpbir hunters have veturuc home i O llufley is out nftei hiving vu fit tack of grip Prank Kafferlien is homt from Krlo Walter Do cans has sold jit his bnrlrr sbop to Mr Wood Walter mis to Emporium LcverniloJcah has a new unsoline Mrs Will McKittfrlik md HtUo sot woie up from Warren totlrv SKIN AFFECTIONS WHETHER ON INFANT OR GROWN PERSON CUREQi Byt A N D Z E M 0 S 6Xp AN UNUSUAL OFFER Thompson Soirs drug store says to every parson bo it man woninu or child who 1ms an irritated tumler or itching sklu lo como to our store and procure a bottle of Z 61110 and a cako of Zomo Koap and if you arc not entirely siUlslied with results come back and got your money So coiill dont ar wo of the efllcacy of this cloiin simple treatment thut wo niakii you this off or Zcirio Is ii clear liould for bxtornnl uso that has cmart so niaiiy cases of ocxeuia pluiplos dandruff mid other forais of skin Kunio uif tire cciioiuical as well lis lliiV cloanost and niost ofieot ivo trealmciit skin or scalp grown person for nffuotlons of tlie whether on Itifant or Tlio Patent Cluster Puffs those goods arp in ado from a fine quality of hair In natural colors onlyThe pat ent foundations keep them in slmpe and can bo adjusted to the head with out tho aid of a Hairdresser A full line of these goods carried In stock Combings or cut hair made up to or der or bought Appointment can bo made by phono Van Cises Beauty Parlors 54 West Central Avc Pet Phone 228 One Cent a Wordl for fnan Tin FOR four old Fred Donovan ono mile north of track Price N O T le Members llydotown lodge No J o O P ed to be proHont at lodge room Siitur luy evening Nov 113 Supper will bo served expected to coiitrlb iftv First degree will bo conferredby JraiidValley lodgeI O O F Hypr ler of committee FOR SALE A Van Clses Kood heatlnp stovo at Went nvo FOR of 83 acrns I inllo Konlh of city woll watered Irujulro Vllllnm Zcrrfjs nfi FOR and rubbers just received a new lino 7 If Rlckon rodo Hydetown nSIJt ONIGHT Fiyors iit tho opera Iiouso Illgh ELECTION RETURNS house oniplit at the opera JOHN McKINNBY J CARTER Vic CJEO W HORNE Caaliler Commercial Bank PENHA 16X2 CAPITAL SURPLUS UNDIVIDED 7100000 PROFITS Surplus is Strength FIRST CLASS BANKING FACILITIES Fays the Highest Rate o Interest Consistent tfjfo Sale Banking SellsDrafts and Letters of Credit on all for eigri countries Sells bank money orders the safest cheapest and most convenient method of transferring money CAREFUL ATTENTION GIVEN TO BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO OTTfc CAE1 DIRECTORS John L MoKlnnay E T Roberts Robt McKelvy E O Emerson Jr J M Critchlow J J Carter John Joseph Seep Samuel Q Wilson Titusville Real Estate Wanted Yos 1 WANT sonioihing ALL iho time I hnvo a cnstoincr who WANTS to buy a modora lioincvoontrally located c I liiivo nnothdT xvlio WANTS largo lot in good location Anoilior wlio WANTS to my a liowc Joi about terms dcmlial location Two otlicrw who WANT to trade their farms ior city propeitiea And others who WANT do vent liousos and who have houses to rent J also WANT 500 1 OQO loi good first nioitgagcs 7n liis ago where we are all producing bnt one thing and using a thousand things naturally we WANT the other 999 things It is any business to supply YOUR Heal Estate WANTS J y o Johnston Mall REAL 21 WestCentral Aveiiue Titusville Pa PEARL HANDLED nail lilcH paper ktiffuflbutton nt Oard ncrft Thoy are neat and uttracllvo Pricea from TOC to SAUERKRAUT and wcinorH tit Cohns meat market o2Cti WASH BOILERS at Alleus Stqiics roofing coallnR Cen ter ville W E have a few of our extension lad ders yet onhand Make a selection efore IIicy are gone Allens hard yaro Centervllle LANGS daticiiiK school and sombly Union hall thin cvonhifj S 11 oclock OR Htallion broke alwo Rood cow Grant Sharp Enterprise Pa Absolutely smokeless and odorless j It quickly gives heat and with one filling of the font burns steadily for nine hours without smoke or smell Has aufo maficlocking flame spreader which prevents the wick from being turned high enoughto smoke and is easy to remove and drop back so the wick can be cleaned in an instant It has a cool handle and a damper top An indicator always shows theamount of oil in the Font It has a fillercap which docs not need to be screwed down it is put inlikea corkin a botiTe and is attached to the font by a chain The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged because of n new device in and consequemly it can always he easily unscrewed in an instant for rewicking The Perfection Oil Heattirfs finished in japan or nickel It is strong durable and well made built for service yet light and ornamental Dealers Everywhere If ltd a your unite far circular to the nearest agency of the The Atlantic Refining Company Incorporated a rat musk re ward Return to 171 North forry n72t and 50 Apply ro foreman at works American Ilnto Glass Co lamcs City Pa FOR eight radi ators two hot platen two sloven closet and bath tub three chandeliers four fireplace mantels doors windows aiiiintfty of brick and other articles from the Xoill property West Spruce st Olio WlKrori Sti Ml Vernon nt phono 0S F C TORREY practical jcweler pairo all IrindH of walchoa gold rings gold Fine lino of and spectacles always In Block If C Torrey DiamondSt FOR lo close out one Chare leather couch one plush coucharid one folding gocart W F Spbiewe rnrnllure and vipholstering cook B Carter Mrs T HOT COFFEE and jil the Cream Pitcher hot drinks of all kinds Corner Main and Franklin His JilJm FOR odd pigeons house i and a bargain Inquire Herald J H Cogswell No 22 North Franklin Street v rent immediate possession the nice G room cottage No 130 N Drake Htreet A desirable homo for small family The excellent property No 163West Rpmco iitrectl nliso room house and bath cellar under house and cemented Good reason for welling at avery reasonable price Two well located building lots 60j 180 on north shfe of Went Kirn street between Third and Fourth streets This street IH paved nnd sewered FOR SALE 40x120 at 7room renting for iiltf TO with bath Centra ave East SPECIAL can got a sil ver chain purse at Gardners for Call and see them jialC L K Hydo residence northwest corner Main nnd Franklin streets No 33U West Spring street seven room house connection and slrect paved The roar furnishes a building lot on New utrceL Termi reBHonablu 71 N Brown atlot pavement paid 151 Went Walnut house with bath and two cottages In rear renting for each Lot GOxlSO 2 Prospect at 0room cot tage and small barn Double house 13 and 15 South Drake street 8 rooms with bath on each side slate roof special price Brcone Hotel South Franklin street 5850 buys 7room cottage 150 W Elm streetlot about30x120 pavement paid Hopkins property Nelltown large house and barn and 1 acre of land FOR RENT No 11 N Washington st 8 rooin house suitable for small store and dwelling CHICK WHEELER Insurance and Real Estate If yoii are going to buy see me and get a good one Over 25 years ex perience in building repairing and tuning iiave orders at Wllktnsf Kembles or Kekstrpms Pet Phony A J SIODEN TITUSVILLE PA Try Hereld Wan Ads   

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