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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1911,
Tin: :.;,v:i:uAU& or miss eliz-
ahoth U. Kenyan and John R.
Henderson took place last ev
ci.ir.g at S o'clock at a beau
t: li home ceremony performed by Rev.
l: G. Pearce, a retired minister of the
Methodist church, at the home of the ;
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T.
Kenyon, 1137 Fourteenth-and-a-half j
street. The little ringbearer. Edward t
Sweeney, dressed in white and carry-!
i.ig th" rim; ir. a caila lily, led j
the bridal party, followed by the maid ;
of honor. Miss Amy Henderson, sister J
of the groom. The bride descending
the srairs was met at the door of the
library by her father, and the
groom with his attendant, Fred
Kahlke. met them at the Im
provised altar in th library. The
alt.-.r was erected in the bay windows,
v. hich were banVed w ith southern smi-
lax ana iMMarnoy roses a sinrounu- j
ed witn wni'c columns surntouiuea i
wiih 23 lij-incd white candles, whose
foft light was the only illumination of
the room. The other rooms of the
bouse were simply but beautifully dec-
orated m festoons of green and Kiliar-i
ncy roses and carnations. At the ap-jMartine of Oskaloosa. who dressed in! THE Y. N. W. CINCH CLUB WAS
p roach of the wedding party Miss Mae a dainty white lingerie frock of em-j entertained yesterday afternoon at the
C'ulton at the piano played the wed- j broidery and lace, with pink and j home of Mrs. L. I Hance. 1G20 Eighth
ding march from I.olungrin and dur-j white ribbons, scattered flowers be- i street. Cinch was the game played
ir.g the ceremony she played "Hearts j fore the bridal couple as they enter-and prizes were won by Mrs. Allen
and Flowers." Jed to the music from Lohengrin, the j Pratt, first, Mrs. Will Ransom, second
The bride was beautifully gowned in I wedding march being played by Miss; and Mrs. Emil Holtzer io.'k the ten
whi'e s,-: in made entrain and trimmed Ethel Thompson of Omaha. The Isolation favor. The games were fol
wiJh rial lace and pearl trimmings, j bride's dress was of embroidered : lowed by the serving of refreshments.
iler long tulle veil, which ft 11 to tho
hrm of lit r cown. was Lf Id witii a
wreath of real orange blo.-sonis and
F.he catri'd a s!iowt liounuet of lilies
of the valley and Kiiiai io-es. The
bridesmaid wore nitil: i.: -r -rte over
pink satin, with tfimn!i..i:s of vtlvet,
and eho carried pink r
Iil the receiving line v. c ;.- .Mr. : n !
Mrs Kenyon. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. ileii
clrrscn. and Mr. and Mrs. Hines of
Chicago, the. latter a schoolmate of the
biiJe. Mrf. Kenyon was gowned in
lavender crepe cio chion with trim
mings of real lace and beads. Mrs.
Hond'-rson wore white crepe trimmed j
in real lace, and Mrs. Hines was dress-'
ed in whi'e satin with trimmings of
lace. Following the ceremony a buffet
luncheon was served in the dining
room to the 7." quests, the dining room
being beautifully trimmed in pink and different societies of St. John's Meth
v rite roses cud carnations with big!()nt church and the bride studied
baskets of the blossoms placed about j for two years in the Chicago Train
the room. ling school for deaconesses, with the
Mr. and Mr?. Henderson U-ft last ev-j thought of taking up the deaconess
ening for on eastern wedding trip and j work. Mr. Norman is connected with
ll'.y wire from.E. W. Wasnfr & Co., t
nv-r-ibor or ( hicago Board or Trade.
!rcii!i. provisions, storks, and cotton.
I." :U citl'-e at Hock Island house. Kook
isliind. 111. Chicago otTioe. 9S-99-100.
1 i .tnl of TraJu. L.ocal telephone. No.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
May. 9S4, 9S7i. 9S-,
July. 95i. 95'i, 947. 94.
why let your blrnd be
come clOKffed with tho
toiNrous wasce mate
rial of t!ie txxlv. when
Clover Extract will o purify
tiie Mood .m l mmla e the
bowels and kMneys that
t.Se svstom will be in tx
tir conii-tion to combat '
cisfaa before it re- :
comes serious. Need-
bam Extract l n.-t a A.1W Kfjiow.bat I pure.
whleome hrli t e'neJy ir'-n afure ft n :
.orehousopTpare ! in .1 sv :ra:it: imd practi-i
r;il manurr. if liaveawklft Uccruvn tne
t-xtract more tu:i. It contain K-tters frcn
Eany who have received tirrc'.t ty its use. A
postal will brin it to you without delay. Send
Oow. Ak your Urujst tor Needhan'a Extract.
D. NEED HAM'S SONS
At Prof. 0. F. Slater's
Elks hall, Rock Island,
every Friday evening1, and
at Prosperity hall in iDav
enport on Monday and
Saturday evenings. Class
es from 8 p. in. to 9 p. m.
Social dance 9 to 12.
1 t -
1 1 i
Terms. 12 Lessons. $3.00
!RHEUMA-rr X. y&JlN:
CATARRH LS I
C0NSTI-1 y, vjSy
upon their return will reside at the
home of the bride's parents until the
completion of the new home at Twen
tieth street and Eleventh avenue,
where they will be at home after
March 1. The bride's going away
gown was of brown broadcloth with
brown velvet hat. Mr. Henderson is
the son of Marcus L. Henderson and
i3 associated with his father in the
Rock Islard Davenport ferry. His
bride since her residence in this city
has made many devoted friends who
are drawn to her by her womanliness
and sweetness of character. A large
number of out of town guests were
THE HOME OF MR. AND MRS.
Alva Rice of Fulton avenue, Daven
port, was the scene of a pretty home
wedding of Tuesday evening, when
lhejr daughter. Ella Bowlby Rice, he
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Nor
man of Rock Island street, Daven
port, at S o'clock. There were no at
tendants except the little flower girl, j
a niece of the bride. Miss Eernicel
French mulle, made in one piece, the! The club will meet next Thursday aft
yoke and sleeves of lace, while ro- ernoon with Mrs. A. E. Mc;nnis.
settes finished the girdle. The long
bridal veil was caught with sprays
of orange blossoms and the bridal
bouquet was of bride's roses. There
was music during the ceremony, j First Methodist church yesterday ait
wbile the ring marriage service was j ernoon at 3 o'clock took place the mar
said by Dr. .T. A. Burchit of St. 'riage of Miss Nora M. Worthan to El-
.John's Methodist church.
A wedding supper was served with
coven for fiO guests.
Mr. and -Mrs. Norman left on an
evening train for the east. The trav
eling dress of the bride was a tailor
i ed suit of mulberrv colored French
novelty clotn wjth wnicn sne wore
jlat to match
They will be at home after March
1 at 1606 Fulton avenue. Boti. Mr.
and Mrs. Norman have been promi
nently identified with the work in
:. 50 b, 50'i.
51r?i. olls, 51'4.
34i, 34U, 344.
34'N. 34 --8, 34 i.
July, 51 ss,
May. 18 37,
18.52, 1S.32, 1S.32.
January, 10.00. 10.00, 9.92, 9.92.
May. 9.82, 9.S7, 9.77, 9.77.
January. 10.70, 10.75. 10.70, 10.72.
May, 9.S2. 9 90, 9.S0, 9. SO.
IN GRAIN MARKETS.
Chicago, Jan. 26. All grains are in
a somewhat narrow position. Corn
conditions are sound and values pre
sumably cannot break more than a
cent without letting loose violent pur
chasing power. Bull confidence in
j wheat is absent. Support will be nec'
jessary if upturns are to be followed
: 1 . Til v .1 -Wilt
by upturns. The Northwestern Miller
says some farmers can' be found in the
northwest who have not sold any
wheat. Many reports indicate May
wheat should range 95 to 100.
Liverpool, Jan. 26. The wheat mar-
fcet displayed a stead v undertone at
me upemug, sumuiaiea oy me nrmness
: Winnir.ee strength in America nnrl
the steadiness in Buenos Aires at the !
close, and values here were unchang-j
ed to l8 lower. Following the opening!
there was nrominent realizine in March I
and this month declined with May Corn opened '.4 higher; closed un
irregular and generally more steady J changed.
and ' , lower. Selling was in the way f Chicago Receipts.
of profit taking on the forecast of! Today. Contract.
larger shipments from Argentine and 1 Wheat IS 4
the continued freer Australian and j
Russian offers and the heaviness in !
Tfcere is nothing makes one feel
so good as to realize that he pos-!
- f.lm health 2nn c.h n ,Tric.To '
ej'stja at Mmni? Momani a. nil eniov
can be yours sirklv f.lks if vou lliWheat -. 13 I
only take a short course of
Thousands owe their continued good!
health to its use. Why not try the!
plan today? It is for Indigrntion. j
lyspptia. Poor Appetite. lielchfng. j
Headache. Costiveness, IiiliousnesK. ;
j Colds and Orip.
; "You arc as well as your stomach.
HUM 1. 1 ItlU
the publishing department of the
IiModern Woodmen in Rock Island.
PROGRAM AND SUPPER.
THE CARPET COMMITTEE OF
the Ladies' Aid society of Spencer
Mei.orial Methodist church last eve
ning in the church dining room gave a
very successful supper and program, a
large number of the members and their
friends attending. The following pro
gram was given:
Piano duet Misses Pearl Saviile
and Anna Lindquist.
Recitation Ruth Hill.
Recitation Ruth Johnson.
Piano duet Miss Pearl Sa -ilie and
Reading Evelyn Michaelson.
Song Yoland Mahaffy and Joseph
Rtading Miss Pearl Saviile.
Solo Miss Ida Sippel.
A guessing contest was held and the
first prize was given to Mr. Schroeder
and the consolation favor was given to
Frank Peterson. The lunch consisted
jOf chicken biscuits, coffee, sandwiches
and doughnuts. The committee real
ized a tiice sum waic.'i will be used in
the purchase of a njv carpet.
EDWIN CARSTENS AND MISS
Rosie Roes of Davenport were married
i yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock at St.
j Joseph's Catholic church, Davenport,
Rev. Father Newman performing the
ceremony. They were accompanied by
Mrs. McGee, sister of the bride, and
Pete Carstens, brother of the groom.
The ceremony was followed by a wed
ding reception at the home of Mrs. Mc
Gee. 1T71 Union Btreet, where S5
friends and relatives were the guests.
The bride wore pale blue satin and car
ried bride's roses. The matron of hon
or wore lavender and carried carna
tions. They will reside in Davenport.
Y. N. W. CINCH CULB.
1507 Eleventh street.
THE PARSONAGE OF
mer Milo Wing both of Cedar Rap
ids, Iowa, Rev. T. E. Newland, the
pastor officiating. They were unat-
tended. Mr Wing is an electrician
and they will reside in Cedar Rapids.
H. L. A. S. CLUB.
THE H. L. A. S. CLUB WILL GIVE
a dancing party at Odd Fellows hall
next Tuesday evening. Wrixon's or
chestra will give the dance program.
Southern's Regular Schedule.
Announcement is made that the Rock
Island Southern interurban trains will
be operated under a regular schedule,
beginning next Sunday, and that there
will be four trains each way daily
Paris at the opening. At mid-day the
market was easy, to lower.
Corn '4 higher for plate grade on
the Argentine forecast for the week,
these offsetting the weakness in Bue
nos Aires at the close.
One cent over to 1 cent under; slow
demand. Flour sales were fair yester
day. Pit trade very light.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r 97(719738. No. 3 r 9C
! 1991. ."so. nw sncgnti, .o. 6 nw Dora
; SS, No. 1 ns 1060108. No. 2 ns 104(71
! 107, No. 3 ns 103106. No. 2 s 98104.
I No. 3 s 9C105, vc 92101, durum 85 1
Corn No. 2 47. No. 2 w 475i4714
No. 2 y 47?f47. No. 3 45ra4G. No. 3
w iohzia. No. 3 y 45-fff454, No. ;
4 44l.44;, No. 4 w 44U44$. No.
4 y 44Mi44?4, sgm 42Vi43, sgy 42 I
32 0 32i, No. 2
33340 34. No. 3 w 33 0 33'. No. 4
321, 33, standard 33 4 0334.
St. Louis Cash.
Corn Vi lower.
Corn receipts 109 cars. Cash market
unchanged to lower. No. 3 yellow
and mixed 444, No. 4 mixed 43. j
Oats three cars. Cash market un-!
No. 2 white 33" 4.
Wheat opened unchanged; closed I
Today. Week. Year.
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow. '
'OatS 17 !
Rf.If a Qklnma,,..
S- ftcii '
Y"ar ago ..
Openirg of Market.
7 "00- orred
Hogs 2., 000; left over
SENIOR CLASS DAY
August ana College Students
Plan Program to Be Pre
sented May 29. v
SPEAKERS ARE SELECTED
To Follow Precedent of Past Few
Years by Wearing Cap and Gown
The senior class of Augustana col
lege had a meeting last night, and
those who are to participate in the
class day program were elected. This
program will be given Monday even
ing. May 29. It is always one of the
most Interesting programs of the com
The senior class has decided to fol
low the precedent set by the outgoing
classes of the past few years, of wear
ings caps and gowns during the com
mencement festivities. It has not been
definitely settled as yet whether the
class emblem will be in the form of a
ring or a pin.
The composer of the class song will
be chosen by competition. This will be
open to the whole class, and the one
submitting the best effort will be
awarded the honor. The following is
a list cf those who will participate in
the' class day program:
Salutatory J. A. Reinemund.
Oration A. F. Schersten.
Prophesy P. J. Sodergren.
History Paul Andreen.
Poem C. P. Aberg.
Next Motiday evening the senior
class will hold its annual banquet. This
banquet will be held at the New Har
per house, and not only an excellent
menu has been arranged, but also a
program of toasts.
oiki.s noi.n a sa i.e.
l esierday afternoon and evening tne
young ladies of the girls' dormitory
served refreshments and sold small ar -
tides, the proceeds of which were for
the Augustana Foreign Missionary so-
ciety. The young ladies handed out
very toothsome morsels, and were kept
busy serving the young men who
stormed the place. A nice sum was
realized for the missions.
INTEIIKST IX READER.
A great deal of interest is being tak
en in the coming of Montaville Flow
ers Friday evening. A more popular
reader has never appeared at Augus-
tan9 Quit Vi a tc oKnnt tri nnlv rian nn
.yceum plafform who has bpen
given a return engagement .here. The
subject of his interpretation will be
"Hamlet." He is specializing in his
interpretation of the work this year.
steady at yesterjby'8 average. Mixed
7.505? 7.80, good 7.65Ji7.S0, rough 7.50
7.60. light 7.45 f? 7.77.
Cattle 4.500; steady to strong.
Sheep 12,000; strong.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs tomorrow 19,000, cattle 2,000,
Hogs steady; light 7.65 ?i 7.85, rough
7.55 7.65, mixed 7.60 fx 7. S5, heavy 7.70
7.R2. pigs 7.50 S.00. bulk 7.65Q7.80.
Cattle steady; beeves 4.75(57.00,
cows 2.60(36.10, stockers 4.005.90,
Texans 4.5005.10, calves 7.500 9.50.
Sheep 2.500 4.40, lambs 4.3506.25.
Close of Market.
Hogs closed slow at early prices.
Mixed 7.500 7.85, good 7.7007.85,
rough 7.5007.65, light 7.500 7.85.
Cattle slow and steady.
Western Live Stock Receipts.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City 9,000 C.000 5,000
Omaha 10,000 3,500 6,500
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Chicago 19,000 2,000 9,000
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Jan. 20. Following are
Quotations on tne stock market today:
U. S. Steel common .
Rock Island preferred
Rock Island common
New York Central Ill
Missouri Pacific 50s
Great Northern 12C
Northern Pacific 118-4
Colorado Fuel & Iron 344
Canadian Pacific 209
Illinois Central 13C
Chesapeake & Ohio SS-,
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 771 ,
; Atchison 105 1
Locomotive 41 t I
St. Paul 128 j
Copper CI 1
Paint Without Oil
Remarkable Discovery That Cuts Down
the Ccst of Paint 75 Per
Kre Trim i'rkf u Mailed t Eery
A. I Rii-. a prominent m.'nufarturr 1
l. N. y .. has diirovcTfd a pro-!
crs of making a new kinl of paint
Jf.'' Al ,uJ""f -!L . r' l!
:I"',rr!nl - ,: " Ill ir,c lorm '! a
proof, (lro proof ami n durable ati oi!i"r,,,r i-J--! oy Jr.
laint. It adhro i. r.ny surfare. wood. H. . Breelec.
torn' or briz-k. s-rearls and iook like! T(l.
"11 paint, and
d costB about on-f oorth as i
Writ? to A. L. Riff. manufi-turr. !9 '
i North treot. Adam. X. V.. and he Villi
j send you a fr- trial package. aio color
i'ard and full Information showing you
! vou ran 8ave a Kod many dollar.
j write today. ,
Daily United States Weather Map
ItOBARS. Or C03U3UOUI liBIB. PM UtTOOXB polDU Of
uwnra AvilnHMl I4naa luattafMiiS WwllU Of Mdi
pra.lux. they wili tieitrKWBOuTrCoraorOjfrMxiBc.fiOknd 1V
Stmbol tnallou Uta of waibr: O eor; Cm PrUt
Arrowa Ct with the wind. Plrvc fiarir, mliimaR tmpmof
for put IS hours; t6cot, ti-bour raiorAll. if it nr'T inc4
Uiird. wisd vtiocuj of Ifi mil vox hoax or mro.
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAM), DA V KX PORT, MOLIXK AND VICINITY.
Rain turning to snow tonight. Friday cloudy. Colder tonight and Friday with
cold wave. The temperature tonight will be about 15 to 20 degrees above zero.
Rain or snow on the Pacific coast
and in the Rockv mountain region and
. . ... .
from the Missouri and Mississippi val -
leys to the Atlantic ccast has resulted
from the western storm which this
morning shows separate centers over
. eastern Washington and western Iowa,
1 This disturbance is also attended by
j high temperatures in all portions of
the observation field, except southern
Canada and northern New England.
An area of high pressure overlies the
Canadian northwest and temperatures
Republic Steel common . .
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Jan. 26. Following are the quota
tions on the local market today:
Live Poultry Old hens, 10c; springs,
10c pound; ducks 18c per pound; geese
10-j pound; turkeys ISc pound.
Fresh eggs, 32c.
Potatoes, per bushel, 65c.
Butter, dairy 2Sc; creamery 31c.
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per bushel, 52c.
Forage Timothy hay, $15 to $17.50.
clover hay, $15; straw, $8.
Wood $4.50 per load.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack.
At High School
The Parliamentary Law club met
last night and an extemporaneous pro-
gram was held, President Marshall.
Harold Grove and Thad Taylor being
the principal speakers. A committee
consisting of Harold Grove, John Kai
ser, Arno Tremann and Ben llartz was
appointed to investigate the matter of
giving some sort of an entertainment,
and there was a general discussion of
the affair. The matter was left to thi
committee. Clarence Kudeiier and Ed- j
ward Reticker were admitted as new
members of the organization.
little? One thing thou lackcst. W'iih
Th Hart Literary society met last,, your a(lnlirat)k, IIlora, qualities.
night and elected officers for the ensu-1 you lack confession and obedience."
ing quarter as follows: i Tonight the subject will be "Don't
President Eleanor Cleaveland, re
Vice President Florence Bras?iar.
Secretary-Treasurer Faye Atkinson, j
Doorkeeper Mary Gillespie, re -
After the election of officers the fol
lowing program was enjoyed:
Piano solo Cora Nelson.
Reading Eunice Soady.
Vocal solo Faye Atkinson.
Reading "Ruth Vance.
Whistling solo Catherine Hcimbeck
The Cricket society met for the first
' . . ,
coming 1 nearo 01. 1 ne nrst ay
weeks last evening,, - ,,.,,,,, , , a ,,. , vi..na
lime ior reverai
and elected officers for the next sem
ester. They were as follows:
President Leo Stevens.
Vice President Ieo Del.ong.
Debate: "Resolved. That the com
mission form of government is desir
able for this city." Affirmative, Ste
J vens. Peterson; negative, Woodin,
j (There was no decision.)
! Talk, "Abolition ut Final Examina-
I tions" Leland.
I Talk. "History of Society" Sieven?.
! Talk, "Work of the Society'' Sin
Talk. "Future of the Society" Hed
Songs by quartet Woodin, Stevens, ,
c.v., i- r v 1
WOT CAD CDflH IMfinnM '
I nil I HUIIi fllUUUIl
" ,D 1 '"ist iuwiiui,
at the Memorial Christian church
n i. .f
"" uii7 .uii-rCTiins last nigni.
The musical program by the Llntt
i brothers anc
id the large chorus was
good. Dr. O. li. Breeden
' U. S. Department of Agriculture.
WILLIS L. MOORE. QUL
decidedly below zero prevail in Sas-
katchawan and Alberta. The eastward
movement of the low now over Iowa
and the approach of the northwestern
ihigh w,n be attende(l by raln tlirnlns
jto snow tonight, followed by cloudy
'weather Friday. It will be colder to
i night and Friday, with a com wave
Lst Night. Yest.
Rock 'Island . . . 3S 41
Atlantic City ... CO 44
delivered what many have said was
his strongest wrmon on "Not Far
From the Kingdom." This was bas
ed on the language of the Saviour as
recorded in Mark 12:34. In the in
troduct'on the doctor explained at
some length what is meant by the
kingdom. "It is the church of Jesus 1
Christ," he said. "There are three
relations which men may sustain to
this kingdom. There are many who
have entered into covenant relation
with Jesus Christ and have become
His disciples and so they are said
to be 'in the kingdom.' The way
into this kingdom is by faith and
obedience. Then there are those who
are 'far from the kingdom.' Those
who are spending their time and en
ergies in the frivolities and enormi
ties of life. The murderer, the thief.
the adultress are all 'far from the
kingdom.' There are ninny others
who are not far from the kingdom,
I many moral men, whose every-day j "Worth Its weight in gold." "All
I life would make theNe words of Jc-'niy pimples washed away by I). D.
Bus applicable to them. The young j D." "I found nntant relief." "D.
1 lawyer of the text belonged to thlsD. D. is little nhort of miraculous. "
! class. There are many ways by j These are the words of others In
! w hich men are brought near to the describing the creat skin remedy. D.
kingdom. AH great thinkers are and
ihave been religious men. By moral
I fn'cgrity men are brougbt near to the
: kingdom, ah tne presidents ani;nnd reliable in every case or skin
judges of the supreme court of the
United States have been Christian
men. 1 liere is a vast difference be-
tween being near the kingdom and
being in the kingdom. It is nid that
copper was on the way to become
gold, but got shaunted on the wrong
track and never reached the goal.
Read the history of discovery and in
dention and how many are there who
never reached the chosen goal
i miss'ng the coveted prize by just a
j Worry." Dr. Hreeden will preach on
that theme and the musical pn.gram
I will bear upon that theme also. Dr.
1 Breeden invites two classr-s to bear
j . NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA
If You Have It, Ui ail This lo iter. ,
Mi-o-iiia' I Guaranteed by the
Harper Houm' I'liarmnry.
"I was taken last August with a j
severe stomach trouble. The doc-!
tor said it was nrrv jus dyspepsia. I
took his treatment four wt-ks, but
!did "ot fwl ny better. 1 took ev-
fi took them that afiernoon and the'
i next day and haven't had one bit of
1 pain in my stomach since th 2nd of
December. Feel well now, and sleep
, good. "--.Mrs. M. K. -Vaxfieid, IX. F.
iD. 2, Avoca, N. Y.
Mi-o-na is surely the bet prescrip
tion for Indigestion ever wr'tten.
It relieves after dinner distresi,
(belching of gas, foul breath, heart
. burn and all stomach misery in flve
It is guaranteed to permanently
cure indigestion, ar-tite or chronic, or'
any disease of the stomach or money
! Mi-o-na Momach tablets are s(,M
by the Harper house pharmacy and
leading druggists everywhere at ',
cents a large box. Trial samples
; f ree on request from Booth's .Mi-o-na,
KufTalo. N Y.
ti IvsaJunoe. Oplam
lac Tebacce !.:
f ft w.
Boston 34 44
Buffalo 40 42 -n
Denver 34 t'.t "
Jacksonville 54 fS .01
Kansas City 4S 52 .0
New Orleans . . . 50 f.' .
New York city .. ?.r, 4C .00
Phoenix 4S fl .01
St. IOUis 4S .10 .no
St. Paul 31 :M .00
San Diego 52 CO .02
San Francisco.., 4 4 54 .4 i
Washington 31 54
Winnipeg 6 R
J. M. SHEKIER. Local Forecaster.
the sermon, those who worry about
things they can't help and those who
worry about things they can help.
Saturday night Dr. Hreeden will gie
his famous lecture-reoital on the
DOCTOR PRAISES D. D. D.
Although an M. D.. I acknowledge
to my patienta and patrons that your
remedy, D. D. D., reaches casea of
eczema and permanently cutch them
Dr. Ira T. (iabbert, Caldwell. Kan.
"My cure began from the first ap
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