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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, EBRUARY 1, 1913.
Bits of Scripture
Then i lie Iord answered Joh out of
the whirlwind and said:
Who ib this that darkeneth counsel
by word without knowledge?
(iird up now thy loins like a man;
Tor 1 w ill demand of thee, and answer
Where vast thou when I laid the ;
foundations of the earth? decilTre If
thou hast understanding.
W ho hath laid the measures thereof, :
ii" thou knowent, or who hath stretched
ih line upon !t.
YVhereirpon are the foundation
thereof fastened? or no laid the cor
i er stone thereof? ;
When the morning stars ang to-
ether and all the sons of God shouted
1 .r Joy?
Or who shut up the pea with doors,
v h'-n it broke fortji, as If it had ins'ieil
t -,it of the. womb?
Zioii Swedish Lutheran. Forty-fifth '
tieet and Seventh avenue. Rev. N. J.
I'orsberg. pastor. Sunday school at
It ::u a. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. and
7:20 p. m.
ti'-rinuii Kv anpei'.ral, corner Tvvcif h
fc'reet and Twelfth avenue. Ibv.
J' .1. Kolf, pastor. Sunday s hool at
: ;i. tn. and 2 p. in. Servicta at lt-:;n
: ni. and ':'.'.() p. m.
iJrace KngliMi Lutheran, corner
Kew:ith avenue and Forty fourth
'teet. I!ev. Ira NothMem. pat-tor.
:iii.'.av school ai y:l- a m. HfrviH
. ' 1" ' a. m. and T - 4T p. in. lit" l.Vh
. Miiw-r-iiry of the church will In- ( ' 1
trv l Miriiinu address liy !lr K I-'
" . . : 1 - j . ti i . rii s r : u 1 sk-tili i. It.
i loss in iw.iiiiK Adilr-'HS'-- 1
' v V. llouiifie.i and .1 Jlnssi!
..' Swedish L'.s;hera:i. corner
I i ii'. '-nt h (iicct and Fourth avenue.
f-.'Tntis at 1o 4.", a. ni. and " 40 p. m.
(e-i'iiaii 1. 'it tui nr., corner Tv. eiit ietr
Ulirl ;i! d Flit'i avenue He'.. I'll. Wil-
in. pa; 'or S'-rvices at a in
1 Thirtieth street and Fifteenth avenue.
! Rev. W. G. Oalevee. pastor. Bible
school at !:3' am Sr ices at 10:45
a. m. and ":4" p. m. Young Pecpb 's
I meeting at 0:1.",, led hy Miss Fannie
('bland. F.v'nii.L' s.-ivii-. Christ :uu
Endeavor at.niv it s;ir .
Aiken street ri.a'.ei, A:k-n street.
uth Hock I:-la:id Sunday school at
2:.?0 p. m. J. H CI.
ent emeritus. A. V
T'nit'd Fr-f:!i t'-i i
'vice at 10:45 a. m. Subject of les-j
son. "I.ove." Wednesday evening
j testimonial meeting at 7:45 o'clock, j
i The church maintains a free reading !
j room in the People's National bank
i building, w hich is open every week
day from 11:30 a. m. o 5 p. ni. and
every Saturday evening from 7 to 9 ,
o'clock, aii authorized literature on Anniversary of Founding of So-'
Christian Science may bo read or pur- j
ENDEAVORERS 31 !
WEST END SETTLEMENT
West End S:;::day school. 700 Fifth
street. Sunday school at 2: SO p. m.
Friyer nifi'Mns Weuai-sdtiy evening at
V. Ii. Bi rker. superintendent.
Coulter, super in-
a m. Services
at 7:45 p. m
at l'i'45 a.
at 9:30 ,
m. and !
LATTER DAY SAINTS
Church of J- s;s Christ,
saints (t"t;.h Mormons),
hall. Sunday s' hool at - p.
ir.S service at :'.:15 p. ra. J.
ciety to Be Celebrated With
oung people's choir; piano. Miss
Address, "The Call of the World to
VriiTi(T Ptn 1 o " Nov Varinn WtitwhH- I
Hymn Xo. 374, "Onward Christian
Christian Endeavor benediction by
Organ Postlude Miss Lillie Cervin. j
CLOTH FDR UNCLE SAM.
r.ue and Xine'efin
4 ;:o a. ri Epvir:
p. m P.-rv.i is at l'V XT,
Spi-P.eer Metnorial Me
Forty-third street ;-:ul S
Rev. Charles Haukius,
day school at '. :'. a.
10:45 a tn. and 7:45
Wiiyman African M
crner Fifth-and a half
Thirt""ath street W
pastor. Services al 11
tenili s'reet and SiMli
Theophilus Kirs, pus'or.
tt H : 15 a. in. per1. i s
and ':' p. t.i. Lpw.-.r 'i i.
p in. V . Paul K:e wit;
Fr m Mt-thedist, N'.ntii a
Rev. T. E
lcfj-ue at 6:45
u ra. and 7:Cj
F.er. Mott fayer of the Davenport
V M. C. A. iil till t'ne pulpit at the
Memorial Chrisiian cimnh Sunday at
both morning and venir.s: services.
I astor. Sun-
in Services at
i . in .
i orr.er Four-
; l i;-i
At the First
row morn in z P
of Normal, 1.1..
The paster, R v
charte of the
will speai: on
Uap'is' church tomor-
v. K. P. Hrand. D. D., 1
Ji preach the sermon, j
. H. V. Reed, will be In
evening services and
the su''j" t, "ilod's Ar-
K'.fteenth street. Hev. U.
cstor. Sunday s'ii" 1 at
Services at 10:45 :. in. and
iHiie at 7
'.i 4". a. in.
F GRACE CHURCH
Fil.-1 !'.ap'l.-t. rut!'
nd I "i V "en l !- yl l "I
tifcil, pasto''. Sii':1;i
a m Ferviees at 10:
i T. ri
a :n. ar.J
ai ' 'i -'
IT:!, i 1! ii
:d Sixth avenue
hel' A ood
rei tor For
45 a :n. and
7 . .to p m
r r t T I A N
, . . : ,"Ti'
v i .i. : I'lii'i
tian. corner Tb'rd
Iltil t:eet. Sililla
in S'ii'ur and in
a a KtiJeavo: at t::'(
1 i: 45 a in. and 7: 30
. i .-a-
; a. m
i es at
i i iii. corner S:tti i tret t
a vi mic. Uil !( c I i ( j I
; n: f e I luli. siiperm
- at 1': 15 a 111 Ceorve
i. Fourteenth tivcntu
street Sunday rchoo.
J II. Nichols, super
school at 9: IX' a. in.
p. m Mnr iii :
Hrarnl. It I . of
seiiiicn i.y pa-;
A I in "
I !. -V n.M H
foiir'h - af
'. E. 'i'al
' liav s li-.'.l
Wilni' :. ; p. ; tiit' :! a'
' of nfli. ,-t-i v !! I.i ),. :-
1 t5 a in. a. id 7 ::
uliic: t. "( ' .i, '. :i-t :"i i '
illB til- II, e. ('. .li s I'll' e
lb ar d Yeulti. " ...
ser ii s
S eiiish I Vi:t 'H . ': m
itreet and Fifth ;r. ' e .
! h 1": a. mi. Ser . i -t
' Y. P. V. at 5 p. in., alt
Sc ond Papt ist. 'i i :
Sixth avenue. le v. .1.
pastor. Serv i' es a 1 1
p in. u:alay sclrn !
a vi !!:"
Celebrated Tomorrow With Ad
dresses by Dr. Bartholomew,
and Rev. Holmrain.
wi'i he .
-arv of t'
The anriivi rsarv addr- ss will be deliv
1 r im
i s I ii
Ce'trai I'reshyterlan. corner of
I .'.tociitli street and Tenth avenue
i;. Mfiruni Humphreys, pasior. Sun
i' .;. ' I -Mil at '.':15 a. in Chris: ian Kn
r.., vir af :: p. m Services at 10415
i" ai, 1 7 : 45 p in. Special Christian
i':niair bcrvlces in evening.
i-r.iml " Prestiyi.Tiai:. c.irner of
" . ihi'd street ami Seventh live-
Rev. W. S. Marquis, pastor. Sun-
Sacred Heart R"iu:'ii
1 enty eighth st reet and '"it-
Hev. J. F. Locknev. re;-t.r.
':15 and 10::'i. Catei ni n .
, Vespers and bei.eii ': inn ;.t ::
ery Sunday and holy day
' St. Mary's Roman C. '!.
of Fourth avenue an l T
i street. Father Adolph ; o
Mass at 8 and 10:. n si. m.
Ft. Joseph's Roman Cuii.-I
Second avenue and Fourne:
Dean .1. J. Q'linn. ! "i :
liatn P. Clearv. as-i;
7:?.n 8:30. f: n and a
Ft. Paul's P,el:',ian Ca'toi
fourih st i eel ;'.".il Kiu'i'i' : '
eillle. Hi v. '. W . Sllie s ; .-,
at 8 a. m.
T i :r
v sclioci! at ; :l"i ii m Yoiini; Peo- j
s ii.cetiiii'. at ::! p. in Services:
1 45 n in and 7. 45 p. m.
ii Path I'roshyter;;''i, corner
Tw eiitv-third slreet.
ChrlsTIan Endeavor day will be ob
served at the South Park Presbyter
ian church with special services iu
charge of the young people of the
church, tomorrow evening at 7:30
o clock. The first Christian Endeavor
society was organized Fb. 2. lsS2, by
F. E. Clark and from that small body
Scholtestr young people has grown a world
I wide organization of many thousands
' of workers for the cause of Christ.
The Young People's association meet
ing at 6.45 will be devoted to the an
niversary of the Christian Endeavor
and will be led by Miss Fannie Cle
land. At the evening service this pro
gram will be given:
Hymn, "The Church's One Founda-.
Invocation and Lord's Prayer. j
Trayer Rev. W. G. Oglevee. j
Hymn. " Fling Out the Ranner." '
Address, "Our Juniors" Miss Run-;
Address, "Our Young People's As-.
scciation" Miss Mary Willits, presi
dent of the association.
Address, "The Rock Island Presby
terian Young People's I'nion" John
Piano solo Miss Hazel Spaulding.
Address. "The Department of Voting
People's Work of the Presbyterian
Church in America" Rev. W. G. Ogle-1
I vee. j
Lu'li'-ran church tomorrow ! Offering 1
ci.rat' 1 the 25th anniver-j Hymn. "Stand Up for Jesus."
organization of th church. Renediction. ;
A special program under the aus
pices and in charge of the Young Peo
ple's society of Christian Endeavor of
Central Presbyterian church also cele
brating the anniversary of the organ-,
izr.tion of the first Christian Endeavor
society in this country will be given
tomorrow evening at the church at ;
Orval "ilson the president will pre-1
side at tbe meeting and different mem-1
Lifts of fhe society will take part in
tlif service. One of the special feat
ures of this program is an anthem sung '
hv the "young people's choir of the
church of 25 or more voices which
has been Grganized by the regular
church choir director H. J. Dawson.
While this is the first appearance of
thif. young people's choir it was or
ganized some weeks ago having been
iu training and is to be a permanent
feature in the musical lin of the
ch'Tch and a choir that will more often
take part in tiie regular and special ser
vices of the church. The regular dou
ble quartet choir will also take part in
the Sunday evening service. The
yr inig people extend a cordial invita
1:011 to the public In attend this ser
vice. This program will be given:
Organ Prelude .Miss Lillie Cervin.
Hymn "Evening Praise" (Sherwin) j
Invocation and Lord's STayer Pas
ter and congregation.
Hymn No. 5;", Love Divine All
; Scripture, Ecoicsiaste 12 John
Prayer Willard Park.
Solo "In Heavenly Love Abiding''
; ( Patch-elder' J. (J. Hazard,
j Paper, "Christian Endeavor. Past
lai:d Present" Miss Mary Robb.
! Anthem, Selected Central church
Talk, "The Advantages of ttie ( . E.
to Young People" Frank Park.
Hymn No. :i70, "Jesus Calls I's"
Announcements, offering and offer
tcry. Anthem, "All Thy Works" (Porter!
Dr. E. F. P.ar' 'loioraew- of Au- !
college, one of the first mem-'
the conure jaiii ii, and a his-i-.etch
will lie read hy Dr. C.
W. I "us.-, on" of the live charter mem
i.e.s . f ;!;: church. At Die evening
.-ci-vice Rev. O. V. Holmgrai.1 will deli-.
r the prinripal addres-s, and J. Has
si i-.uist. a i lnrter m m'er, will also
si al. 'I he pa.-ti.r. Rev. I. ). Noth
in. w i.i .-- a ! "reetimis from all the
ioi;i r p-'s-t.irs f the lir.nch who are
!i. ,!'.. ari l there vvi'l he special music
V in Mi ice.--. The church has ex-i.-ii
i d an i::vi: :ii)ti v aii former mem-
. and I:' i. a we'.i as the collar-
-.iii"-. t a- i.d Si.th serviies.
REV. HAWKINS SPEAKER
AT ! 1STLF.IAL ALLIANCE
It Must B Pretty Good Stuff to Pals
tha Government Test.
The men of tbe United States army
come nearer knowing to a certainty
what they are buying In the way of
cloth than do any other consumers In
the country, says Mary Heaton Vorso
in Success Magazine. When the gOT
ernment gives out a million dollar
cloth contract it seems to It that it
gets material according to specifica
tion. The specific contracts for vari
out sorts of cloth are elaborate and go !
into the technical side of the matter
the number of threads to be used to
the yard, the kind of -oool to be used
in the manufacture for the United !
States soldier has to be well dressed In j
clothes that will stand the strain of
weather and of work. On Governors j
Island. New York city, there Is a tesf- j
ing laboratory for cloth. A specification i
of the weight per linear yard of each
kind of cloth is mentioned. Each bolt j
of goods Is weighed, and if it falls i
short of the proper weight It is thrown j
out. Next the question of wear and j
tear Is considered, and again the spec!- j
fication is stated that each special kind
of cloth will stand a strain of so many :
pounds to tbe Inch work way and so j
many pounds to the Inch filling -way. ,
So, after weighing, the next text Is to
cut a sample and try in a machine the
strength of the cloth. if it won't
stand this test the cloth Is thrown out j
After the cloth has been pronounced :
perfect for weight and strength the j
Iye tests are made. It must stand two
acid tests for perspiration, and the ma
terial must stand boiling for ten min
utes in a certain soap solution, show
in? that it will stand washing with
strong alkalis, and finally comes the
weather test, the material being ex
posed thirty days on the roof without
changing color appreciably. If the
cloth has passed its examinations suc
cessfully each yard of each piece of
cloth is inspected, being run over machine--
for the purpose, while inspec
tor? watch for any imperfections In
the weave. An eighth of a yard for
each imperfection is charged to the
So when the cloth Is finally sent to j
the contractor to be made into unl- I
forms ir is known to be of really good j
material Each spool of thread, each j
button, each lining, each filling uspd ,
In. the clothes of soldiers has Us own
i til i i
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Rock Island people, through Davenport friends heard of the un
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A few brought their work to us for trial. They were so pleased
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We gave them the same prompt, satisfactory service that has
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Tub'ic Inspection Inbited
I . II 1 ! '
nc" will bold a
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Fi st Mchodist
"v ia id wiil con
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E. Hawkins of
n "The Doctrin
al' ri' I.ee.
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Light weight is what eighty per cent of the people who
buy automobiles are lookin'T for. The Franklin "3S"
13 the only light weight car of its size. This ir.caiis t. r.t
it costs the least to run, is easiest to handle, nits eier
andis easier on tires.
Entz Electric Starter
A self trr with big and distinctive adva....--s
Operated bv the ha'iie ew itch tha ccii'in..- ti e
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Starts the el cine arid keeps it ruLir.iig- he en
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Figs For Melancholia.
Dr. William Rulleyn. of the same
family as the unfortunate Anno
Roleyn. was a contemporary of Sydney,
Rtileigh. Drake. Hawkins. Grenfllle.
Spenser and the rest of that famous
galaxy tluit illuminated the Elizabeth
an em. The leading physician of his
day. he took great Interest in vege
table remedies, and his "Book of Sim
ples" was an honored authority for
generations. lie recommends the free
use of sage tea and of figs, saying:
"Figgos be good againRt melancholy
and the falling evil (epilepsy) to be
eaten. Figges. nuts a: d herbe grasse
do make a sufficient medicine against
poison or the pestilence. Figges make
11 good gnrgartsm to cleanse tiie
tl -oat." Charles Winslow Hall In Na
ti ilial Magazine.
BLACK HAWK'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY
Through the Interpretation of Antoine LeClaire. First Published In 1834.
A New Edition with notes Historical and Critical.
Every family in Uock Island county wants a copy of this remarkable
work on their reading table. Its iliriil ng stories of Indian life and adven
ture stir the blood of every lover of good tales as few other truthful books
can do; but it is far more than a volume of good Indian stories.
Historians, scholars, profound thinkers generally, give it a rank attained
by no other book of its class. Nowhere else baa a wild Indian unmodified
directly or indirectly by strong influences of civilization, undertaken to
give in detail his personal and tribal history, with the views and customs
of his race on ethics, religion and politiis. This vivid revelation of the
ni6terious Indian characters is no less charming than unique.
Black Ha,wk was born and lived for more than 60 years In Rook Island
cccnty, at a point which in n( great time must come within the corpor
ate limits of the city of Rock Island.
He is more widely known and hie autobiography has given him a more
poimanent fame than any other India. 1 warrior in American history.
Local pride as well as delight in good reading will induce every citizen
of Rock Island county to procure a copv of this extraordinary book.
Can you think of a more acceptable holiday gift to those who have
evei been here or contemplate coming, than this delightful story?
Handsomely bound In cloth. Beauti'ully illustrated. Three ma pa. Sent
prepaid on receipt of price $1.00.
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PRICES FRANKLIN SIX-"3S"
Tin young lady Is reputed to be a
n.enili " of a well known Washington
t.iii '. and by reason of parental ob
jei t:. 11 refuses to allow her identity to
Ii- come know n. H t folks don't want
r to take part In the grent suffrage
demonstration at the iia'ionai capiial
0:1 Man-h 3. She wiil do so, but in
order th.it no one may know that the
:: in tiie procession she will ride heav
ily veiled. Some of the suffrage lead
ers have said th.it she is closely relat
ed to two well known members of
j Nine hundred and twenty-five acres
j irrigated farm under big canal, located '
1 i.ly L'O miles from a city of lOo.uuU j
1 population, with railroad station at the
! bind The oil is very rich and pro
' riuction varying from a black vegetable
: mold to a dark sandy loam. Kight I
! hundred acres under fenc e and in cub ,
ligation. This is all prairie, every foot
ca.i be cultivated. This is soil that (
wil! produce the big staple farm crop;
also semi-tropical fruits and alfalfa. ;
j This is fine sugar cane land, w in pro- i
I duce 30 to 40 ton per acre or it would
1 make a good stock farm. There are .
,two sets of improvements consisting1
of two six-room nouses anil iwo nig
It has the best transportation facil
ities. It is priced at a figure that will
t-i able a purchaser to immediately sell i
i:. smaller tracts at luu to 15" per cent :
profit. Price of the above tract for
qe'ck sale per acre, ilalf cash, 1
balance in three years. 1
No other language under the sun to!
open to so many interpretations as the 1
English language, as witness the con-'
versation between two Sharon Hill j
girls the other evening: 1
"Oh. May." said the first one. "Jim
mid Dill tried to fight a duel over me."
H w romantic! What happened?"
-It was terrible. I came Into the
room, and those foolish boys were
minting big pistols at each other!"
'Pistols? Heavens! Were tnev
"Not a bit. That Is lust what made
It really very serious. They both were
sober. ' Philadelphia Times.
guage snouia choose the same sound."
Thus we have the root ex plana (ion of
the great puzzle of diversity of lan
guage Originally a matter of sound,
language varies with the thing by
which it is suggested, and hence the
babel of tongues found in our human
Took It to Heart.
"Didn't you hear all of the pro
"Why. no. He began by saying that
Bleep is the secret of right living, and
then I came home and went to bed."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Might Ba Saved.
A Kansas butcher was driving a row
to his slaughter bouse when a stranger
stopped hlru and said: "What are you
going to do with that cow?" "I'm go
ing to kill her." said the butcher. The
stranger looked the cow over carefully.
"h, I don't believe I'd do that. If
you ftd her up awhile I think slie'U
live." Kansas Magazine.
"I made a great bit at the banquet
last night. Came on with a good deal
of distinction, in fact."
"I didn't knoT yuu ever spoke at
"I don't. I was the only one there
who absolutely declined." Chicago
It is what mli:ht be called a "termi
nological inexactitude" to sny thru ni
man U "Inclined to be bald." As a
rule, to become bald is absolutely j
against a man's inclinations. 1
A helping word to one in trouble ii
Often like a switch on a railway tr.n l;
but one inch between wreck unci
fttnooth rill iii npniiiM.rlr v i
Alio rHllfil Trllfr, Salt llhrura, I'rultua,
Mllk-'riiMl. rrplOK Mn, Ktc.
i: .k.m 111: inira to stay,
anil when I say cun-d, I mean JiiBt what
I ;t - ' -1 " -1 i-1-:-1 . and n"t merely
la t-ti..tl up t'f.-r ;i while, to return worn
ih. in h.l'oie. lii-nii-iiilii-r. 1 iiiakn thl-i
lii'iaii siaii-nient niter imitlim 12 yea.ru
ni' ni . tine- en this ono ilineaMe and
liauilLiiiK in the nii'iinl line nenrly half h
Miiili.-n eases nf (his ilreHilfiil ilisrtaHe.
Nuw. I h nut cue what nil ymi hav
usi-il, iim hnw many il'ielorn have to-Iij
vim I hat vim eoiiiil not tie eureil all t
ask is just a chance tn shew you that I
know what I am I.ilkliiK ahiiut. If you
will writ- ii"- I'iiIi.W. 1 will send 1011 h
I l(i:i: Till VI. in in 1 1.1. hinithlntc.
u ',;ii.iii.'cil 1 1 1 t Mii-iit that will ciinvlncii
.iii lie. re in ii .l.ty than i or anymio el.i
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in a month's time. If you Hie rtla-i:ni-c
iuni iliscDiii iiKi- 1 jii"t Klve me a
1 1 iiice to prove my i-Jainm. Hy writing
im- t ulav - mi will enjoy more real com -toil
than von hail ever thought thli
v. uri'l hohl.s lot on Just try It and
yi.11 will see I am telli'iK you tiio truth.
Ilr. .1. I-;. 4 nminiln , 2).1 Hurt lllitrk,
K' 'ei . es: Third NatPniiil bank. Se-
i i.iihl 'on ! a hitter act than to send
ti.n !ni In olie- poor siit
:'. tci .! ivzema'.' lAtlv.l
"WliHt an eccentric person young
"I vc never noticed it. He seems to
ine u be rather a sensible sort of
"Hut b wants to name his baby
daughter Sara V Chicago Record-Herald
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know that cro-jp can i e pre
Give Chanitienain's t'ough
s soon as lli" child becomes
even aff-r the croupy cough
.:id i w:;l prevei.t the at
is also a c rtain cure for
r.d has never been known to
by all druggists. (Adv.)
"My Jim is dead, my Jim la dead:"
wailed an old colored ma mm v. holditie
op a letter ' Here U a letter from
609 42nd Street, Bock Island, blm rig!.! from the dead letter officer
v oman's Hume Companion.
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For Draokcaoets. Opium,
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tbe Tcbacco Habit
Diversity of Language.
E. B Taylor In bis Anthropology
fays: ' 'Language is one branch of
th? greit art of sign mating or sign
choosing, and its business Is to bit
tjj.cn some sound as a suitable sign or
eymbol for each thought. Whenever
a sound has been thus cbonen there
was no doubt a reason for the choice.
Savings Deposits Received
On or Before
Monday, February 3d,
Bear Interest from February 1st,
At the Rate of 4
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