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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1910.
Chicago Tribune: The marriage of
Miss Charlotte Plamondon. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plamondon
of Astor street, and Allen Bradford
Ripley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bradford
V. Ripley of Washington boulevard,
Is to be an early April event, and in
stead of a cathedral service, as that
which solemnized the marriage of
Miss Blanche Plamondon and James
Smith, Jr., of New Jersey, this is to
be a home celebration pf the evening.
The exact date of the wedding ha.?
not been chosen, because the bride-ito-be
has awaited the return of Mr.
iRipley's parents and his sister fron-
matters of much happiness to the
friends of both young folk.
The marriage of Miss Elsa Ger
trude Petersen, daughter of Mrs.
Catherine Petersen, 520 West Kighth
street, Davenport ,and Phillip Arthur
Sonntag, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Sonntag, Sr.. Davenport, was cele
brated last evening at 6 o'clock at the
home of the bride's mother. The
wedding was a very quite affair only
close friends being present. The cer
emony was performed by Justice
Louis Roddewig. brother-in-law of
the bride. They were unattended
COLORS THE HENS
Chicago University Professor
Invents Maroon Dye for
EGGS OF SAME HUE, TOO
Students Are Elated at Prospect of
a Xew Mascot for the Football
and the menus were printed on white
paper with red lettering. Delightful
sociability was enjoyed.
Miss Vera Brynar and Robert R.
York were married yesterday at the
home of the bride's father. 1320
Sixth avenue, Moline, Rev. Thomas
uoney, D. D.. officiating in the pres
ence of a dozen guests. Miss Pearl
Brynar, sister of the bride, was
bridesmaid, and Charles York served
his brother as best man. The house
decorations were red and white, car
nations and tulips being used. After
the ceremony and congratulations a
fine wedding dinner was served. Mr.
and Mrs. York expect to make their
home in Moline. Mr. York is em
ployed at Bettendorf.
At noon yesterday at the home of i ment of Dr. Oscar Riddle of the zo-
the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kerr of ; ology department that by feeding hens
Pleasant Valley, was celebrated the dyes mixed in their corn he can change
marriage of their daughter, Miss Jean the color of the hens themselves and
Kerr, to Christian Schumacher, Jr., of the eggs they produce,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Schu- j Still greater exultation prevailed
macher of Pleasant Valley. The cer- i when It was learned that maroon as a
emony, which was performed by Dr. j color may be made a success along
W. 11. Blancke of St. Paul's church, i the lines mapped out in the recent dis
javenport, was witnessed by a com- j patch from Cornell university. Pro
pany of some 50 relatives and friends ! lessors from Charles O. Whitman,
of the young people. Mr. Schumach- I head of the zoology department, down
er is at present employed at Betten- j called the results of Dr. Riddle's ex-
Unirersity of Chicago students fig
ured out the other day some of the
uses for "colored to order" hens and
eggs and balled with Joy the announce-
Surprised on Birthday.
Miss Anna Ranson was surprised
last evening at her home, 1327 Third
avenue, by 25 of her friends who
California, where they have spent ; except for two little ring bearers, ;
the last four, months. They returned j nieces of the bride, Gertrude and j
'on Monday! Mr. and Mrs. James Dorothy Petersen, who carried the j
wu lu; rings on cusnions maae oi si.k nag. d he ceiebrate her birthday
least for a couple of days last weekThe bride Wore a gown of white satin . aunIverBary. Games and music con
and returned on Sunday, also have . wilh old ,ace bertha and sleeves and ; tli5utfcd to the evening's pleasures
Just been calledupon to go through ! she carried white flowers. The ring nd refreshments were served. The
v l,C t w :r- ! bearers were aressea m simple wnue hostesg was presented with several
chuu ucatus nitiLU iiaiv; 1711 lucw , UTeSSeS WlLU piUK rlUUOUS. A WVKX-
portion within the last year, and the ding supper was served, the table
plana of the sister's wedding have i decorations being pink and white,
been deferred until their own might j r. and Mrs. Sonntag left last even
be more definite. Mr. Smith's par-1 ing for an extended visit in Los An
ents, Senator and Mrs. Smith, had j eeles, the bride's going away gown.
being of blue broadcloth with hat to
pieces of haviland china.
With Mrs. Taylor.
periments a great contribution to sci
ence. Maroon Ideas of Students.
The student consider the color dis
covery an even greater contribution to
college spirit and hope that Professor
Riddle will be made bead of a specially
created "egg coloring" department with
a liberal endowment.
Here are some of the advantages
which the students see are certain to
Maroon eggs and those of the color
of visiting college opponents would be
operating expenses were J1.13G.423 in !
1909, showing an increase of $G2,0O0. 1
The net earnings were $S77,53G, a gain
of $14,734 over 19CS.
The charge against the net earnings
in 1909 were $464,193, an increase of
$24,143 over those of 1908. The sur
plus therefore Is reduced to $413,412,
which is $122,591 over that of the year
WAIL OF VETERAN'S WIFE.
planned to come on with the othei
members of the family some little
time before the wedding date to take
part in the festivities, when Mrs.
Smith was taken suddenly ill, her
death coming some ten days ago. Mr.
and Mrs. Plamondon and Dr. and
Mrs. John B. Murphy went to New-
Jersey for the burial services and re- wm be at home after May
turned late last week. !
The Y. M. C. A. Association Help- j just the thing at "purity banquets" be
ers met with Mrs. Wirt Taylor, 2401 fore bis football games.
Seventh avenue, this afternoon to ; on the gridiron a maroon hen cer
mnke arrangements for the selline ! oni- nmni.i rxmm on Tniiin maa.
, - , . , - . : . - -' 1 lit 1 i I IT .1 1, 1U H 1 1" ..- "'
r.i oih . 1 Cnnnrac Id f no llintfl? 1 - - . "
inf Mnrtv nrifl other thinsrs nt the nrn-
duction of ' Paraila" which is to be
given at the Illnois theatre.
Please Tell Him the War Is Over, She
Asked, and the Court Did. y
If you were the wife of a civil war
veteran and he should get up in the
middle of every night and march
around the room beating a snare drum
and singing "We'll Rally Round the
Flag, Boys." wouldn't it strain your
patriotism? That's what a tired wo
man asked when she appeared the oth
er day in the Myrtle avenue court,
"Your honor." said 6he to Magistrate
Naumer, "I had two husbands, both
of whom are dead, before this one.
Ho is the first war veteran I ever had.
I love my country and admire Ceorge
M. Cohan, but I think there should be
a line drawn somewhere in this star
spangled banner business. Why, ev
ery night almost he gets up my hus
band, I mean and awakens me with
the cry: 'Hark. 1 hear tfhe rebel yell!
To arms, to arms!' Then he gets an
old drum and, placing bis (Jrand Army
hat on his head, parades around, beat
ing the drum and singing 'Marching
Through deorgia.' Will you please tell
him the war is over?"
The husband assured the magistrate
that his wife exaggerated.
"Judge." said he. "I only do that
! when I'm soused,"
"Oh, I seel" said the court. "Fired
with patriotism by rum, you get up
In the night and beat your drum!"
On his promise to forget the war he
n if 1 ' -rn ('- ...--.- ...f-i-f,, i, T-,m, fn.iji
You can stop its murderous attacks
very quickly with Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey,
that smooth, cool, soothing,
pleasant tasting liquid germicide. Dr.
Bell's Pine-Tar-Iloney contains no
habit forming drug nothing harmful.
It is mainly real old-fashioned pine
tar and honey, but combined in a spe
cial way. It is not just a cough
pacifier. It removes the cause of
coughs and col dsv It cuts the mucous,
dislodging it naturally, killing the
germs of cold at the same time. Then
it heals and soothes the irritation so
the coughing is stopped almost at once.
Millions know the great comfort of
this almost marvelous- remedy. It is
the largest selling cough an-J cold
medicine in the world.
Fortunately it tastes so good that
children love to take it. Made by a
known scientific process, with contents
shown on the bottle. The stanJard
for jo years.
Every time you sneeze, shiver, snif
fle, cough or feel "full i;i tlic head''
take a little of Dr. Bell's I'ine-Tar-Honey
and you will ward off the trou
ble. Keep it always in the house.
That's the riht way. At all druggists
in 25c, 50c and $1 IxMtles. Look for
our trade mark (the bell) an.l Granny
Metcalfe's picture on the Lottie.
E. EL SUTHERLAND MEDICINE COMPANY
member of the plumbing firm
Sonntag & Co. His bride is a grad
uate of St. Katherine's school and
has studied abroad. Upon their re
turn Mr. and Mrs. Sonntag will reside
at 5 2 0 West Eighth stret. where they
E0Y WiTH CORNET VOICE.
Friends of Miss Plamondon and
Mr. Ripley who have watched their
courtship are looking forward with
a great deal of pleasure to the wed
ding, because leading up to it is a
romance which began in their child
hood days. The two were playmates
over on the west side as youngsters,
the courtship having been carried on
through the dancing school days and
halted later through church differ
ences. Therefore its renewal ana
the announcement of the betrothal
and approaching wedding have been
i en ooctors
Said He Would Die
"In 1903 we wrote you regard
ing' my husband, who was suf
fering from heart trouble. He
was superanuated by the North
Georgian Conference. Ten doc
tors at different times said he
would die. You advised Dr.
Miles' Heart Remedy and Re
storative Nervine; we did as
advised, and improvement was
apparent from the very first. He
recovered and the Conference in
1904 gave him a charge. He
never felt better, although he
has very heavy work and does
a great deal of camp meeting
work. I am so glad we tool
your advice and gave him the
medicine, and feel that I ought
to let you know of the wonder
ful good results from its use."
MRS. T. S. EDWARDS,
This proves what Dr. Miles'
Heart Remedy will do. Get a
bottle from your druggist and
take it according to directions.
It does not matter whether your
heart is merely weak, or you
have organic trouble, if it does
not benefit you take the empty
bottle to your druggist and get
your money back.
Invitations have been issued by the
members of the Booster camp. M. W.
Give Colonial Sociable.
The Ever Ready circle of the First
Baptist church gave a colonial so
ciable last evening in the church, a
large number of persons being In at
tendance. The rooms were decorated
in the national colors, with flags and
bunting and the young lady members
of the circle wore colonial costumes.
The following program was given:
Piano solo Miss Lucille Motz.
Vocal duet Miss Gertrude Wag
ner and Miss Olive Peterson.
Reading Miss Peel, Davenport.
Clarinet solo Clarence Haus. j
Boys' trio Stanley Ege, Laurence 1
Simpson and Louis Kolls.
Voial solo Edward Caultpetzer
Piano duet Misses Bessie San- j
gren and Myrtle Summers.
Refreshments were served
there was a candy booth.
of A., for the second of a series of ; i,an field and on Mandel hall stage to
three dances to be given at K. C. hall be used at every bad play.
Thursday, March 3. The music nuin-! Riddle Tells of His Hopes,
hers will be by Wrixon's orchestra. 1 "Yes. it is possible to change the
cot and drive the moleskin heroes to
feats of daring.
A maroon egg with every reglstra- j Peculiar Gift of Brooklyn Lad, Who
tion will Increase the student enroll- ' Imitates Cavalry Cells.
ment at the university. j Willie Laffen of 93 Ryerson street.
Marcon eggs not so fresh would come j Brooklyn, is the boy with the cornet
in handv. it 1? thought, on the base- i voice. He is a little shaver, with a
0fe At All Druggists
pleasant, chubby face and like a thou
sand other boys except when be emits
from between bis lips sounds so simi
lar to those of a B flat cornet as to
' color of a hen's feathers and the color deceive any one.
Announce Miss Illimt's Engagement, j of the ejrsr it lavs bv means of dves in ' The boy was in Broad street. New
Colonel and Mrs. Stanhope E.
Blunt, formerly of Rock Island ar
senal, and now of Springfield armory.
Springfield, Mass., have announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Miss Frances Smyth Blunt, to Lewie
E. Tifft of Springfield.
food." said Professor Riddle when told Tork city, the other afternoon wnen
of the Cornell experiments. "I have j be screwed up the necessary courage
been working along these lines and to send out a bugle call that echoed
have had considerable success. i among the skyscrapers, and instantly
"We have made these experiments 1 there were half a thousand men and
for the last three vears. and we find j boys about him. They cheered him on
that eggs may be colored any tint we
' desire simply by placing dye In the
! food which we give the hen. For in-
and nearly mobbed him.
The boy said that he discovered the
peculiar gift about two years ago and
had made a nuisance of himself about
the house with his imitations of cav
alry calls. Willie is fourteen years
old and works as an errand boy. A
Queen Esther Circle.
The Oueen Esther circle of
'First Methodist church held a
! pleasant meeting last evening at the j
j home of Mrs. C. L. Lutes, 1816 V.'!
Third avenue. The business sessior
' was followed by a program which
j was: !
Piano solo Miss GarnPtt Warren.
Reading Miss Myrtle Woods.
Whistling solo Miss Zella Barrett.
I Vocal solo Miss Nettie Philbrook.
j The house was very prettily dec
t orated in bunting and Haa;s and in
! the lunch whWi was served the na
I tional colors were carried out. Gamer
' followed and the evening was most
! enjoyably spent.
Martha Washington Tea.
The ladies of the Edgewood Bap
tist church held a Martha Washing
ton tea yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. C. II. Dooley, 4434 Sev
cnth avenue. A company of about
70 was present and $16 was realized.
The ladies serving were dressed in
.Martha Washington caps and fichus.
The house was decorated in flags,
bunting and Washington pictures.
Woodmen of World Dancing Party
1 The drill team of the Woodmen of stance, if we want a purple egg we
the World has arranged to give a j give the hen some purple dye in the
nrivate dancine Dartv Tuesday even- i cornmeal. The hen eats this, and a
j ing, March S, at Math's hall. day or two later when she lays an egg
we find a purple ring around the outer
Court of Honor Card Party. edge of the yolk. If we keep feeding
Court of Honor 31 will give a card her purple dye in the course of a week
nartv tomorrow afternoon at K. C. the yolk becomes a deep purple. ;
lhall. Cinch will be played and th?: "So far my experiments have not re- j
! games will begin promptly at 2:30. suited In producing a maroon colored
' f hell, but we shall come
ihe; . . -, . , a - ! l.Mlcr I llArt "
ic-rv 1 13 i,,u ...,-u rr Riddle nsserta that lie is the first
to conduct these experiments which re
sulted in the colored ecz discovery. ! Davenport Commercial- club.
though the same ones have since been
conducted In other university labora
Northwestern 157 V
Southern Pacific 125
New York Central 121
Missouri Pacific 70
Great Northern 136
Northern Pacific 136
L. & N 152
C. F. I. 39
Canadian Pacific 180
Illinois Central 142
C. & O. 83
ij. ii, 73
B. & 0 111
Swastika Club Meeting.
The Swastika ;lub will meet with j
Mrs. E. II. Phillips, Eighth avenue j
and Forty-fourth street, next Tues- i
policeman naa to escort mm oir tne i Locomotive 50'
block. j Sugar 14514
barren Heard. j St. Paul 14514
Hon. John Barrett, director of the ppf ' ' ' ' ' " to'
international hnrean of American re- I nfI,uuc Prt-iurreu
Stop taking drugs and try ELEC
TROPODES, the new electric treat
ment. The only means known to sci
ence by which actual nerve force is
supplied to the human body.
We do net merely guarantee a
cure, we do better than that. We
have arranged with your druggist to
sign a binding legal contract with you,
agreeing to refund your money If
they fall to cure rheumatism In any
Atchison H51,ij'orm nervous headaches and other
luroon colored i L,u.t... n h1f st ,
to that before P"blics. was the speaker at the Wash- Jubl rX
ington banquet of the Moline club last outn?rn Railway
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
evening. Two hundred heard him.
This evening he speaks before tlM
Today in the Markets
Ffh 1?,. Foilowiner are the
nd a j YEAR'S SURPLUS $413,441 i quotations on the market today:
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
Teachers Have Banquet.
The teachers of the Willard school,
Moline, enjoyed a 6 o'clock banquet
last evening at the New Harper. Din
ner was served to 13 members in
one of the private dining rooms whicl
was appropriately decorated in pa
triotic colors, deep red carnations be
ing the nowers used. The affair which
was given in honor of Mrs. Trabold.
one of the members of the teachin
Q . staff, was very pretty, the courses of
O the dinner carrying out the nationa
jp colors and the favors were flags ticc
c3 with the tri-colored ribbon. Toast
. were given following the dinner.
Celebrate Wooden Anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bodeen at their
i home, 626 Fortieth street, last even
ing entertained 30 of their friends
at a Washington birthday part and
in honor of their wooden wedding an-
! niversary. The house was appro
priately decorated in the national
colors, with flags and bunting. Mu
sic and games of various kinds were
enjoyed, Mrs. Childers giving a vocal
i solo. William Gauley won a hand
painted picture as a prize In a pic
ture guessing contest. At a late hour
a three course luncheon was' served.
; The hostess was presented with a
number of burnt wocd articles and
other useful wooden articles.
j ; x lie ijauies society or me
O j Spencer Memorial Methodist church
X conducted the annual Washington
O i birthday supper at the church
IB . last evening, which was largely
H j attended and from which a
A i goodly sum was realized. The
S 1 courses were sold at 7 cents each.
H , Flags and bunting and red hatchets
were used for decoratlns the room-
It's "Godfather of the Waters," a
Congressman Csstowcd It.
"The godfaihcr of the waters" was
a new tifie bestowed upon Speaker j
Joseph G.- Cannon by representative j
J. Hampton Mnore of Pennsylvania in
the house the other duy.
Representative Macon of Arkansas. I
"Democratic objector" of the bouse,
had taken occasion to approve the ap
propriations for the Mississippi river
contained in the pending bill. The
Mississippi river was not only the Fa
ther of Waters, but tht? mother also,
he declared, and for thnt reason he
thought no objection should be made
against its improvement.
"If the Mississippi is the mother
and father at the waters whore doe
the speaker come in?" inquired Mr. j Here Are Facts Backed Up by a
Moore, who. answering his own ques
tion, suggested that Speaker Cannon
should bo known as "the godfather of
Annual Statement of Tri-City Railway
and Light Company Given Out.
The annual figures for the Tri-City
j Railway and Light company, the mer
ger company controlling the public
utilities of the th;ee cities, have just j
I been announced. The financial report
shows comparison of the year ended I
! Nov. 30. 19f9. with the previous year.
The gross receipts for 1909 are re- j
i $2 )9,334 over the gross of 190S. The
May, 113, 114. 113'i. 113.
July, 105, 10r., 101. 1C1.
September. 100, 101, 100, 100.
May, CC, C64. 65, 65.
July, 67, 67 M,, C6V2. 66.
September, 67, 67V4. 6C, 66.
May, 47, 47. 4C, 16.
July. 44. 44 V. 43, 13.
September, 40, 41, 40, 4o.
May. 23.87, 23.97, 23.S5. 23.85.
July. 23.S0. 23.97, 23.80, 23.82.
May. 12.S7, 12.95, 12.85. 12.87.
July, 1287, 12.92. 12.82, 12.87.
12.62, 12.52. 12.57
1200, 12.50, 12.55.
No Motorcar Rids, No Vote.
The recent elections In Great Britain 1
-Wheat 59, corn 610.
3.000, cattle 15,000,
Catarrh causes debility. In our
opinion, most people suffering from
general debility have catarrh. Such
i cases of debility cannot be complete
ly niirart Uv ninrlifino not designed
furnished amusing incidents and Ire- J - erad,cate catarrh. In every case
land had its share Dennis O Shaugh-, wherp our rpme!v fails to give en-
ur.NSfj, 01 uiuuiy i iipei a ry . was me : . . .. ,.
, . - : . J . tire satisfaction we
uriv ui uc ;in,iir. j ennis never uau : , - ... 1 1 : iin,c lft ,wr ; nn i.i -li: tl nsfi;
a cent tor tne iueuiciiiK uuipixjcu uu,- . ..... .-.r,...
ing the trial. Xow. surely on one j 9.40; mixed and butchers $9.1079.50;
should hesitate to believe &tf$r to j good heavy $9.10(59.52; rough heavy
put our claim to a practical test un-j $9.15 9.25.
der such conditions. We will take"! Cattle market opened 5 and 10 cents
all the risk; no one else can loso any- higher.
thing bv the transaction. I Sheep market opened strong
j Receipts today
I oats 272, hegs
1 Estimated receipts Thursday Hogs
charge; Hog market opened 5 cents higher.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock and Produce.
Rock Island, Feb. 23. Following are
the wholesale prices on the local
Stock, Feed and Fuel.
Live Poultry Hens, per pound,
12Vsc; spring chickens, per pound, 14c;
ducks, 11c; goese, 11c.
Butter Dairy, 25c; creamery, 31c.
Fresh Eggs 24c.
Feed and Fuel.
Grain Ccrn, C3c; oats 46c.
nervous aliments. iney restore a
good circulation of the blood and In
variably make cold feet warm. They
purify the entire system, removing
all bad odors from the feet and arm
pits. You know your druggist, you know
his name to a contract makes you
safe; then why not try .a pair of
ELECTROPODES: $1.00 if they
j cure, and not one cent if they don't.
If your druggist cannot supply you.
send direct to the ELECTRO PODE
COMPANY, room 48. Holland block,
Lima, Ohio, and try a pair. Con
tract signed and money positively re
funded if they fail to cure. Mention
if for lady or gent.
Forage Timothy hay, $18; wild hay,
$15; straw, $R.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack,
Wood $4.50 per load.
Lung and Bronchial Ailments as Well as
Find Quick Relief From the Start With
the Use of
experienced the sensation of riding in
a uiotorcar, and the competition for
votes gave him his opportunity. He
announced that he would not vote un
less he was taken to the polls In a
motor. His bluff went, as the work j
of a photographer showed O'Shaugh- j
nessy seated iu a motorcar on his way j
to the poll3.
Cuba's New Stamps.
Stamp collectors will probably be
interested in the new issue of Cuban
postage and revenue stamps which
have beeu printed in Xew York city.
The Cuban government has discarded
the old design that has been used for
several years and has substituted the
portraits of the men who distinguished
themselves in the military service of
the country. The stamps range inle
nomination from. 1 cent to $1.
To the Taxpayers of the City of
Rock Island: You are hereby notified
that your taxes are now due. I have
the books at my office, 17J2 Third ave
nue. Office hours, from 9 a. m. to 5
p. m.; Wednesday and Saturday even
ings from 7 to 8:30.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER.
Colds Cause Headache
Laxative Bromo Quinine, the worH
wide cold and grip remedy removes
cause. Call for full name. Look for
aiarnai.ura JO. W. Grove. 25c.
We make these statements and Omaha Hogs 7.000, cattle 3.70
this offer because we know and have 1 Kansas City 9.000, cattle 7,000.
time and again proved that Rexall I Hog market closed 5 cents higher.
Mucu-Tone rarely fails to do as we Bulk sales JOSftg.CO; light $9.15
claim. It Is not a cureall prescribed 9.52; mixed and butchers $$.20 57 9.62.
to cure every disease that flesh is ; good heavy $9.25fj 9.65; rough heavy
heir to. It is intended for one pur $9.2509.40.
pose. I. e.. to cure catarrh by assail
ing the diseased condition in a rea
sonable scientific way, which is to
employ agents tha't have been foun
to have the tonic and alterative pow
er to correct faulty metabolism (tis
sue change) and to stimulate and
help nature overcome the cause or
causes of catarrh . This being done
appetite increases, nutrition improves
weight is gained, comfort of body is
attained and life's work taken up
with the zest natural to the perfectly
We want you to try Rexall Mucu
Tone. Follow directions and take it
regularly and consistently for a rea
sonable length of time. Then, if
you are not satisfied, come back and
tell us and the money will be return
4 without any argument whatever.
Rexall Mucu-Tone comes In two
sizes, 50 cents and $1.00 a bottle
Sold only at our 6tore the Rexall
store. Tha Thomas Drue comnanr.
Cattle market closed strong.
Sheep varket closed steady.
Minneapolis Tod3y 4C1, last wee!;
274, last ypar 129.
Duluth Today 40, last week 21, last
Liverpool opening cables Wheat ?s
to 1 d. lower, corn V lower.
Liverpool closing Wheat 7 to 1
lower, fiorn lower.
N-w York Stocks.
New York, Feb. 23. Following are
the quotations on the stock market to
day: Gas HOV;
Union Pacific 186
U. S. Steel preferred 119i
U. S. Steel common 8014
Rock Island preferred ,.. SS'.i
itocK isiana common (
Past experience had during more than 20 yr-ars with Oxy-Tortlc In
throat and pulmonary complaints has proxen its r'!iacy as an Inmost re
liable treatment for those diseases. The tirst atin f Oxy-Tonlc- in tak
ing is upon the digestive traits, toning those ui to a proper equilibrium,
and thus providing efficient strength and vitality t the blood vessels,
which in turn carry new tissue and cell-building material to take tli
place of the waste and decay going on so rapidly in persons alllieted with
pulmonary ailments. As a positive germicide, Oxy-Tonio at once, in us
ing it. enters upon the role of destroying the germs ravaging the system,
and also neutralizing through its cxidnt ion properties the toxk- poisons
left in the body from the germs. With the germs reimncd. and tlio appe
tite increased, together with a propi r digestion, the patient will quickly
feel the tonic effects produced by the use of Oxv-Tonic. The Mood itself
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