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MONOPOLY MUST GO, SAYSWILSON Piesiaent-Elect Asks Aid of Bu6iaos3 Ken in Killing It Without Duress. 1111 soon be upon myself. I should be : finds it extremely difficult to get ai mil SIT I iHT IO OI"T I , . ; or ,hl! cou3tr. ott jHfUNI Line lo del : i come nere to as ror your coun-; opep upon equai terms an1 , ! eii and assistance and to remind you ; e(;tjai readiness upon the same terms j ! o' the responsibilities which lie upon ! to everybody. The bankers of this ; ycu as representatives of the people in ' country and the men who have the ; ciecns or mis country in iceir, con-1 AS A STANDARD HiS AUDIENCE IS SILENT America. The business future of this i ccunrry does not depend upon the gov-; eminent of the United States. It de-; . pend. upon the business men of the UrSted Sutes. '"The hope of America is in the changing attitude of the business men of this country tioi must see to that first of ail be- j of Excellence by County Sunday fee they can expect to enjoy the con-1 e . , . . . fldence of the country and to have the School Association at Meet- problems peculiar to them settled ing Saturday. v.:thout prejudice against them. "And then, in addition and on top of , A -.oetine- of th .mr, r the Daily United States Weather TVIap U. S. Department of Agriculture. WEATHER BUREAU, W1LUS U MOORE. Chi. a-l mis. we musi see 10 u mat ice ( Rock IsIar:d Countr Sunday 9chooi as. . business of the Vnited fctates is set ; i towards the things ,o -.c v free nf evc-rv fa-ure of mo- .v u - ..." . ? Representative, cf Big Industrie. Hear ! wn;CB they hare to handle in the fu- j r. poly. I notice you do not applaud ; K'aubrrg and a line of activities 1 Addrec Befcre Chicago Com- : ture. If thought and temper had not ltat 1 ara somewhat di?.ppoin:ed. plann(?d ThoEe Drpsent were Miss1 mercial Club. cnanea, me muigs coma not; nave " N-eli,e Moran of Coa- valley. Mrs. T. 1 K. Newland, Mrs. N. P. Tucker and , 1 happened which have happened in re- ltin? 18 EOt 1D5 to r&PPeu except ; ! cert months. For vhat you have v.it- j by duress, the worst way in which to , . Ming anytning acout, r.eeauso inf-re will be monopoly in this country until chanae in the attitude and iudement ttirre are no important Business mpu C'rasn, .Tsr. ... Woodrow Wilson 1 nessed within the last two mor.thR Fat.irdav v'.yY.i reorfisentatives I not merely a political change; it is a . M'vrai nii'.icr. noiiars in tte eve. , , ., . . .!. ,,,,t, r- r.i r. nt int.-.nrt tn ; oi tue American peop:e. .ine oi ine 11 - -" toid th m tin 'nonopoly wouid be reasons why there were not two par-! bring it about. qu'-'z. d eritufly out of business, and j ties contending for the supremacy at' kefcrs to the taiiiff. t'li'y must . iv rn their 'businesa con-' tl!0 rofeEt election; cne reason whyi "I for my part hope the government ,,,, , , . . ... . I the field of choice was varied and mul-' of the United Htates never shall take diift as though afiminlstemiK their af- I ,. . . . . . , ... , tiplied, was tJat the old lines are : a hand in administering the business fair for otht.rs. doing it either volun- breaking up where they are oldest, and ' of a bodv of ceop'.e who above all that men are no longer to be cata- ; others in the world are prepared to loirued. ' take care of themselves at least who tarily or undi.r duress, as thy made it necessary or possible, and tht-n asked them why thi-y didn't cheer the idea, a. the climax of hi. visit to Chicago Saturday. Miss Claire VanGalder of Rock Is-! land, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Stuart ! cf Moline; Hcr.ier Pailey of Hills-! dal ?, and Edgar Walther of Port j Byron. A newly adopted standard of excel- lence rent out from the state asso- j ciation headquarters was thoroughly j discussed followed by an expression j by each one present as to the nossi- bllity of Rock Island county meeting the requirements of the standard. rf.murse for (OMo BF.EF1T. j utod to be prepared to take care of' e points t0 be securcd are 88 fo1 "There are some perfectly clear liDes i tbtmselves. They have boon very that may be laid down. There fire four I n.uch demoralized by the system of set. of thinm which have to be done, i t?xation which centers in the tariff. Two features stood out, whether i In th. first place we have to husband "I am alarmed at the number fbus nlflcant or not the future wlil indicate ani dmIniB,'" common resources j ines. men that beat the world who are at the banquet given in Mr. Wilson-.' ' ot thia country for tn common bene- ariaid to go out and take the weather . . . - . . . . ,' . .lflt. in a cnuntrv the richest in the world. uuuor ai. me uiarnstone noiej baturaay - ------ eoualine two rents nor members of " VftW rft all hn. nea wmr 4vt this I IIP nr.IlHSL III rHHCJUrCRS. H.I1U 1 U III Id U t r Sn9 UVh 1. UUOIUUDP UlU 1U IUIO j - " ccuntry have devoted their thought to(t3 believe the richest in brains, who; that object. They have devoted their j 'For God's sake, c'nn't take the thought very successfully to exploiting cover from over our heads; don't ex the resource, of America, but very Pi" u. to competition with the wits lows Annual county convention held. Annual distric or township conven tions covering the entire county held. Statistics gathered annually and sent to the sta'e office. Money received by the state office tilght by the Commercial club of Chi cago. They were he great number of men high In financial, general busi ness and railroad circles who had gath ered to hear the speech he had declin ed to .'-nd out In advance; and the ab-1 lew "usines. men nave aevoieo. xneir ; y ' olute lack of any attempt on the part t.hou8ht o husbanding the resources of , which w. hare all along claimed to be Auiei iui. Auu very lew. lnueeu, nave " had the attitude of those who adminis-! a time But there was and it is going to come back iter a great trust in administering ; when this country was able to take ; ' j those natural resources. ( care of Itself. i I 'Tntil the business men of America i "It will be abundantly afcle to take the Sunday school enrollment of the county. Couny represented by delegates at the state convention. Sixty per cent of the schools having cradle rolls. Fifty per cent of the schools using some graded lessons. Forty per cent of schools having having home department. of the coming president to soften the rigor of hi. announcement to them that under his administration business must be conducted "on the level." TOMi nrlBi" PRKSEXT. j nn thair ninc ,-, t, ,i caTr of itsplf whpn its enercice are ine oreanized classes (adult nr rpc.. , Buunw iMVil iuiii u J Lrv lit VW i -.j - VJ - Officers, directors and storkholder. aU( t0 administer as if for others as j really realized aud no man is afraid of j ondary). of th. International Harvester com-!ej BS Ior their own profit the nat-' anybody else; when every man has the j Twenty-five per cent of the schools jiany, the Standard Oil company, the i ural resources of this country, some of ; same right to conduct an independent : engaging in missionary work (mission American Tobacco company, the rput- j the questions ahead oi us will be Im-1 business that every other man has; I ary Sundays, supporting missionaries, d western aeut of those financier. . n-ensely difficult of solution. ben every man knows that the busi- j mission schools). In the east ho have been designated "Why Is It that the government of j r-e ss community is opon for him to popularly as composing the "money 'the United State, up to this moment ! enter and be welcome." trust." heads of railroad, whose for-' ha. not hit upon a consistent policy1 National Committeeman Martin J. time, will rl-or fall w ith the attitude of conservation? It has not. You j Wade of Iowa; Elmore V. Hurst of of Mr. Wilson's administration, heads j must be aware that a mere policy ot : Reck Island, who as chairman of the of the big packing Industrie, recently I reservation Is not a policy of conserva- I I'son Business Mens association in j held not guilty of monopoly, owners of , lion. It is in one sense a policy of con-; tht western campaign headquarters, j tocks in the so-callpd lumber trust and servatlon, for it conserves, but no na-, aud Harry Pindell of Peoria, who was salt trust these men gathered in the ' tion can merely keep out of use its re-: In the Wilson publicity bureau, were 1 Black.tone to hear Governor Wilson sources In order that they may not be an.ong the out of town political guests j tell them, first hand, what President i squandered and dissipated. i of the club. Wilson wouid work for. "Kovebxiipvt i pirmt I Governor Wilson's first 30 e. EXPLANATORY NOTTS. Oboerrttloni takes at a m. m.. MTnty-flftta me TldUn time. Air prendre reduced to tern level. IsoBi.M (continuous 1d' pus through point of equal alt preHor. Isothirm (dotted line) pe through poln of equal tempentore; (Jn n onlr for tero. treesla. . 90s, end 10u. . O clear; Q partly cloudy; O cloudy: rain: fj) mow; report mlsstn.. An-ows fly with the wind. Pint figures, lowest temperature past 13 hours: second, precipitation of .01 Inch or more for past 24 hoars: third, maxi mum wind velocity. P.viport, It, 3A3 i a A4. FORECAST KOK KIK.'K ISIANH. IJ A TS Pi 1 RT. HOll.VR AXI 1CITI ITT. Generally fair tonight and Tnesday, colder tonight with the lowest temperature near lero. WEATHER CONDITIONS. The cold wave shown on Saturday', map has swept eastward to the north Atlantic coast. Re'.ativelv low nress- Thirty per cent of the schools hav- ures and higher temperature, this morning prevail from Texas northeast- Twenty-five per cent of the schools doing some special temperance work (special 'emperance exercises, pledge signing, etc.) Twenty per cent of the schools hav ing teacher training students in them who have taken at least one examina tion in an approved course within a year. Any eight of the above points makes 'a "banner" county; 10 points, includ- Comment , nnliir fmir inul.-on a "star" pnnn. ward to the upper lakes, attended by light snows In the upper Missouri valley and Minnesota and the north ern portion of the lake region. A more decided low Is central over west ern Washington, and Is causing rain or snow on the north Pacific coast and in the northern Rocky mountain sections. Another area of high press ure is over the Dakota, and the tem peratures are below rero in the upper Missouri valley, the Canadian north west and western Colorado. The ap- New Orleans proach of the northwestern high will New York . . Denver 42 Jacksonville 78 Kansas City 16 . 56 ...60 be attended by generally fair weather in this vicinity tonight and Tuesday, wlh colder tonight. OBSERVATIONS. High, Low. Af.antlc City 62 24 Boston 60 14 BufTalo 30 14 Rock Island 7 5 Prep. .00 .06 .04 .00 I Norfolk 70 Phoenix 64 St Louis SO St. Paul 2 San Diego 66 San Francisco 62 Seattle 32 Washington. D. C. . 64 Winnipeg 12 Tellow.'one Park . . 22 66 16 44 20 34 32 18 2 46 46 30 28 18 2 .00 .02 .00 .00 .01 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .10 .20 .12 .00 .14 Today's Market Quotations iney sat silent, listening intently a.: "We must devise some process of ' uvu lu "nl,,"s tV; the entire 12 points makes a he .poke, applauding generously at the general use. And whv have we not t0 ,he democrats to get two senatorial , .;frcnt ljne c0,m-v generuMsms of the speakers discourse, dene so? Why, if I am not very much to?aB from the IfE'slature and the sug-1 Rpk IsanJ countv.g officers vote(I iney remained silent as he talked rr.lstaken. because the government at straight from the shoulder to them and i Washington wa. tremulouslv susni- for ,be speakership of the house would left tht'in wonderinc whether he in cuius nf evervhnrlv who annrnncheil it ' 03 a poor one. pronouncing sentence or promise. i for right, in the water powers and for- The president-elect, said: est reserves and mineral reserves of "I do not know much about the sit- urtion in Illinois," said the piesident- ... ........ li r ft it, aneu'er tr pnftinns itnni;en .Mr. i-resident. Indies and Gentle-, , r) tu , fc,.. Bom 6,icht idea i ffcei free to ine of the points were already won j men: I look back with the great e.t ! f tMrK that ' la tba7 V uTmorata of So s ' troth r.a8t.effor.s.btit i. understood p.cusure upon the frequent occasion. Thn there is another thlr.g that , - Pena-i'l!at the officpre. and particularly the when I have dined with this Cub. ends have real work rited. 1 dure say I have experienced tamable In thi. countr for everj kind ' ahead of them. It was regretted that mere pleasure on former occasion. - eTtil Adlf he would confer with Gov-! -t hll of these w ere present at Sa- thHt. 1 am experiencing now, hecause 'he disposal of evervbodv In the , Dunne before ',is return to 1 'fdav night's meeting. The heads! U 1. more nloasant 1o 'ell men whit I tilted States upon the 6ame terms. Hnorue(l 1,U""R ueiore .nb muiu iu , . i- . ii in more picnsani 10 ,en n.en w nai Now .Tersev Mr Wilson m''led before 1 (,r dej.artments are as fol-, ...,i,. . a k .v. - I lr not mean thn t the imvernmer.t jciwi, .hi. iiijoiw.ii.ku uciuii , '".! " "' """ i-u - ..T .-,..,.,: 'lows: Elementarv ediiartment. Mrs. i burden fallH inidti vru than to tell tNm what oiuh.l to l e dnii- when to much of the burden is likely to cen ter upon yourself. "I remember the frst visit that I must determine upon what terms they rruM be available, but merely that they Bhall be available upon the rame urms to whoever applies to use them or to purcha.o them; that there shall ermg. "I have not heen invitei to tak? prrt iti any conference," he said. "I imag ine the democrats of Illinois can ban die their owu affairs." unanimously to work for the "front! line" county standard, and what is i mere, they confidently expect to reach BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS. i'. It was believed that if statistics' Wheat. were gathered it would be found that j May, 94',i, 93l4, 9414. July. 90Vi, 91'.;. 90Vi, 91Vs. September. S9'i, S9-, SS"8, S9j. Corn. May. 50,"8, 51-8. 50i, 51 i. July, 524, 51?;, 52?;. September, 53, 53Va, 52?. 53',a. Oats. May, 34. 34',;,, 33', 34 !8. July, 34. 24'4, 33"h ,34ii. (Bv w-lre from K. W Warner ft Co., t a&y'B average: 54.000 later. Light 7.20 Grain, provisions. Stocks, and Cotton, i ., . A- n , ? Local offices at Kock Island house. Rock 1 C?..30. bulk 7.20 (.32, mixed 7.10 island. 111. Chicago offices. 98-99-100. 1 7.32, heavy 6.957.32H. rough 6.95 ! Kansas paid to thif club h u Kiiest of one of ' no; b" dlsrrimlnatlon among those who ycur n.eml) rs. but not as a speaker, i 8 re t0 navei access to these resources. You were oddrcsned by a certain War- : ner Miller, at one tune a senator of! the state of New York, on the then ' proposed enterprise of cutting a canal through the Isthmus on the Nicarag u:in route by private capital. !! FK OK n.tl'I'KIIV." "And I remember that he had reread behind bim a Mi'.p that was mnt-t in geniously contrived to show that all rentes of trade ran through Chicago. I was not a mnp merely of the l"n!ed Si;i;cs II v as n n :ip if the world, and I refected e er in thote inim.tiire yrrits how f.ihtiie 1 he human mind is aid how apt it is to th' processes cf fti-'tery "But I ntro Tiotif-eil that you listened v i;l it wt. t !-"t rn' v :th croil ill 1! y. be- ; .'t' I ievcr beard th;; t his on'.er- HAUS St 5PICION' I)vIPTF.n. "I want to take sternness out of this country. I want to see suspicion dis sipated. I want to see a time I rcught about when the perfectly artificial con dition now existing when the rank and file of the citizens of the T.'r.ited States have a stern atMtude toward the business men of the country shall be absolutely clone away w ith and forgotten. "There are business rrob'.ems which 't would he easy t. deal with if the people were In the temper to deal v.th t'.ieT, but they are not, and we must get tbem In the temper. That Job is yo-jrs. not mine. You are conducting the business of the country. I am 11 t. "There is a third thing yo't must do which has not yet been done. Y'ou Carbon Cliff i:.f.p was ;it r.'i ret forward by any r..a;erl:i! nrr:Ft;in'-e from Chicago, must put the credit of this country at . I. .1 I 1 - ..mini ! - . . Mrs. Forest Titter'.r.gton visited friends ia the trie ities Monday. Miss Mary Ewar was a business caller !n Mo'.iue Monday, i Charles Uelowski and family were entertained Sunday at the home of : Mrs. Below ski's sister, Mrs. Charles Lcwden. at Coaltovn. William Weitz of Rock Ifland rpent , Sandav w ith his brother. Louis Weitz and family. 1 Kevoe J. Phelps was a caller at Mi- lan Monday. j Mrs. T. V. Riddo'.l vis ted several f?ays n the home of William Weirz. her uncle, and at her hrother-ia-1 law's home. Frank UiddcII at Rock H. K. P 'dlow ; secondary department. Herbert R. S uart; adult, Kdsar .1. K. Wt'lt'ner; home department, Mrs. N. P. Tucker: teacher training. II. E. Van Du.c.-r; temperance, C. S. Trevor; missionary. Mrs. Jennie Rose. Rock Island county has 88 Sunday schools. Twenty-three are in the up per end, 20 in Moline, 23 in Rook Island and 22 In -he southern and wc'Etern parts of the county. September, 34. 7r. 34. Z?. Pork. January. 17.82, 17.90, 17.S0, 17.S5. May. 1S.17, 18.30, IS. 17, 1S.25. Lard. January. 9.57, 9.C0, 9.57, 9.C0. May, 9.75. 9.S5, 9.75, 9.S2. Ribs. January, 9.-7, y.72, .9C7, 9.C7. May. 9.75, 9.80, 9.72. 9.77. and attended the Frank Timmerman sale the fore part of the week. Mrs. Frank H. AlcKenrick visited several days with Mrs. James Per'ne at l)aenport. The Misses A'.ice Tahlstrom ar My rile and Xellie Flotin wen to Roe Ifland to AuguFtstia college to re sume their studies. On Friday evening a merry party of young folks made up a sleighing party. After a lonsr ride the com pany returned to the McKenrick home -.here he hostess had prepared for thein a f.ue lunch. THE GRAIN MARKET rh, r,.i, r- i i Missouri Pacific Wheat-No. 2 r 1.11U1.15. No. 3 r'Great r'bern ... . 1051.10, No. 2 h 91096, No 3 h 9o Northern 1 actflc So, No. 1 ns 91"2'i92',4. No. 2 ns 89'; Loui3Vl1'- T Northern (T)fi0. No 3 na RfiWSQ Vr 9 .n Qim, Smelters - - ' - - l-' " .10. Cattle, 10c lower, ton 9.35. Sheep steady, top 6.15. Lamb, steady, top 9.10. Western Livestock. Hogs. Cattle. Sheep. City 6,500 12,000 10,000 Omaha 6,000 5,600 24,000 Estimated Chicago Tomorrow, Hogs. Cattle. Sheep. Chicago 30,000 7.000 24,000 NEW YORK STOCKS. New York, Jan. 13. Following are the quotations on the market today: (Jas 115 Union Pacific 158Ts U. S. Steel preferred 109 I". S. Steel common C4 Reading Kii Rock Island preferred 424 Rock Island common 234 Northwestern 137i Southern Pacific 105T4 New Y'ork Central 107Vi 414 128 H9',4 Corn, new, 40o to 45c. Coal Lump, per ton. $2.25; .tack, teady. Wagner's Summary 3 spg 8788. No. 4 spg 80 Colorado Fuel & Iron i Canadian Pacific -No. 2 y 49U(S501. No. 3 48 Pennsylvania ... 1 i ere v.-rre n-any r.er. liiero ;.; t.ov . 'r. 'he v i re a ( u;iM"e.i the routes of trade .11 .iiier. : -t! k'i"w whfre they ran. "I hr.vc It. :; r-;!er :;g :is I sat here t'.t,c!;t t! :r it wf.i'.d he futi'.o for me prcter ! 'ii ch.ef rr'ute of thought :.i;i thiol i;h Chiiiiqi. hut 1 want to In jure y..i, !' i t;u;. t. travel, cr per h:.; s 1 sliT.ild sny to f '-ec.isf some of thf routes thuufrht which must be tii-vei.-d i'l t S ', s ciuinrry If we are to settle the i , i blcnn that are now Imme 3'nte'y coc.froiit ir.f us I! 1MK l lK I OK I l NSF.l.. en then as &e disposal or everyooay upon equal comnanv who teims. Now. I am not entering Into an Indictment against the banking methods of this country. The banking system of this country does not need to be indicted. It I. convicted. "This country is not goirg to grow rlcb In the future by the efforts of the n.en who have already got in. It is Unsophisticated. "D'.riiBs." Miid tin- fni!(l youth, pro dticiuc n riuir. "which is the riht rin ger':" "For gonfliiess- sn'.ie. Aly!" respond ed the ui:i:de!i. ' 1 r i" I yim kn-iw'f Nineteen yenrs old r. nt never teu en r'ged to a girl l(ef.rv"-'-Chieng.t 'iYib-ne 90, No. u 84. Corn- (fJ-lSU. No. 3 w 49i'g49'i, No. 3 y 48 Kr'e fe J'Jli, No. b 46-548, No. 4 w 47'4'3 ! 4, No. 4 y 4648. .Chesapeake & Ohio ... OatE No. 2 w 344 35, No. 3 w 33 Brooklyn Rapid Transit :-33;. No. 4 w 32&3314. standard 34 ' Baltimore & Ohio CkMVz. ! Atchison Liverpool Cables. ; St. I'aul Whea'. opened 1-8 lower; closed 1-4 ; Copper MORNING STOCK LETTER. New Y'ork, Jan. 13. The feature of the London market i. the renewed weakness in the metal shares. The opinion that a cut In the meUl i. Im minent seem a to prevail. The Saturday night .peech of the president-elect may, to put It mildly, be called distinctly disappointing. It, is the second time within a fortnight that we have had a deliverance decidedly doctrlnare, and if, as we had hoped. It was simply left-over campaign rhet oric, we trust that the surplus has disappeared. Chamberlain'. Cough Remedy I. not a common, every-day cough mixture. It Is a ruerltorlous remedy for all the trouble&ome and dangerous complicate-. 8 resulting from cold In the head, throat, chest or lung.. Sold by all druggists. (Adv.) All the Argus. new. all the time The ' L'.l I am r.ot heie t tell yu to-; r.'ch: w hat I am go-nr. to d .. I tn r.ot , sharp cleavage. One feneration does lure to rpeak cf the r.pon.!!!it:e. net end today and another begin to v. hh h ill fall t';"i me I te'l you ; n.orrow. They' are Interlaced. The fi..rkH 'ha' if I perim'tod my thought next generation ia now struggling for t. cl-sei! or. the rv:-.potisib.;;t'.e which a foothold, and the next generation Success depends largely upon iT -1 !E?--l-l- It. your rare f.-r eu-ccss don't lxee sight of the fact that only through gjotl health can joa uttain success. Tl e tor.iion you rr.i :.-t necessarily place upon your nerves, and the sacrifice of -ropvr excicise jou have to make at time, mint be balanced in tou-.o way. Paul Geruardt and Charles M;tten rettirned to h;h school at Moline, to resume their siuji s after hi.; holi day vacation. Mrs. Chars Roserr.ond a:-d Mrs. Iewis Rosexond w-re Moline viritors Thurnlay. Sunday, Jn. 5. defh entered tha ging to grow ricn oy ine errorts 01 tue . -'i -n.ii.u ..ua. rcinsuu 1 n- neu who have not yet got in. A tru-! Colons road r.er.r Carh -u Cliff, taking 'f-ro: It is going to get rich by the ef- sway their little daughter, l-rtuu An Urts cf future generations after this ca. The cause of death was acut-; reappoints those who use it for ob- . : I - . l.nA t.Aiil.U , 1 1 ,1 i 1 . ; - . fri'liuuil iB tULir. iuug iiwuuie. 1 Di.uaio tuugua, cuius auu illliaiiuim OI i VTinniner 04 ' II. Ttnmno TV. o A , 1-, . . 1 1 fo o A !,. if .. """'Peg 0 1 lir.Iirr IU l WY fir. Al, Ir.KII. twiu .uio. i n'Jiuu .iv-ii--:- aim ui'. luiua. ami itinn. JL IiLauus UU- "Generatiocs do not come on by ' children. Chares and Agnos. cf Green j rivalled as a remedy for all throat and River, visited Sunday vth Mr. Jones j lung diseases, kola by ail druggists. lower Corn opened unchanged; closed unchanged. j Chicago Receipt.. , Today. Contract. j Wheat 59 17 I Corn 405 2 i Oats 202 60 Northwest Car.. To- Last Last I Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dl iscovery ; brother. Daniel Jones td other rela- j '..dv.) Ivea. 1 The Sunday school bard met at j I the home of Waiter Lloyd Monday : j evening to transact b :sf.ncss. j The l"-Go I Go club met a. the home 1 cf Paul Gerharct for a caV.ed busl . r.es6 meeting. After the business sps- slon. they played games and a lunch was .erred by Mrs. Gerhardt. j Thursday afternoon the pupils cf 1 the high school rooai gave their -each- J j er. Pro. Trout.man. a candy shov er. ! t The visitor, at the school were Mrs. I day. week. year. Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy never ; Minneapolis 392 432 453 Duluth 160 157 12 627 120 Chicago Estimates Tomorrow. Wheat 172 Corn 729 Oat. 335 POSLAM IS READY WHEF YOU ARE Poslam Is reaiy to exert It. marvel ous curative properties for you when Primary Movement. j Receipts. Shipments. I U th balancing pcurrr a vitalizing pome r. It act on the stomach and orirans of digestion and nutrition, thu. purifyir.u the blood at.d pivir.jr strenftb. to the nerve., indirectly aiding the liver to rrforrn its very important work. Dr. IHtrc' CUden Medical Ditcoocry has been successful for a generation as a tonic a:;d body builder. Sold by medicine dealer, in liquid or tablet form trial box of "Tablets" mailed on receipt of 0 ona cent .tampa. If in fin Health write Dr. R. V. Pierce f -culty at LaTaLds' Hotel, Buffalo, Now York. CR. PIUS'S CRUT rACLT DOClOi B001. Ti Popl' Conmoa S m Mcicl Adrwvr wry rtriiad np-to dt diticm f 1003 P. kawr bou wbiek vfT vaau. if U or iMETTid,ocrf't to kftow. Snt FRL ia cicrtk blactiatc to oy mddrm oa racotpt oi 31 oa-cci- mip, to Mm coat rf rF0Dff mt adj. I 3ohn Fahlstrom. Mrs. It. J. Phelp, and Mei eiy a V?i quantity used for ! i Mrs. LeRoy Carey and son Lyle and clparing 'he comp'ex'cn, qulcklv re-1 dauch'er Evvlvn ' P,0VP . rlmplea eruptions ratios' and ' n i ,t blemishes, is sufficien' to .how what! , Dac'.el Hammach was an East Mo- it can .io. Foi this purpose iree saio-1 ;l:ne cair Wednesdv. " ' t.!es are mailed to any one upon re-; ! ...... Ci-.e?T LV Ih9 Fimerencv I fl'nrtrol. ria i rne next meeting or the l3ies Aid Si veI T--er.v.fitti, tf v 7.32U society ef 'he M. K. church will be -City. Wheat, today . . . 1,338,000 335,000 i Year ago 631,000 lSS.OflO! Corn, today 1,583,000 965,000 i Year ago 838,000 663,000 LIVE STOCK MARKET. Opening of the Market. Hogs 52,000; 5c to 10c lower; left over 3.897. Light 7.1O07.32V4. mixed 7.107.35, heavy C.S07.35. rougu 6.93 Hi.w. I Cattle 28.000; .teady. Sheep 40,000; 10c to 15c lower. Nine O'clock r.'arket. Hogs slow; 5c lower, ught 7.10 bulk 7.207.30, mled 7.10-21 Lehigh Valley 1C1V4 Republic Steel common 25i LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS. Jan. 13. Following are the whole sale quotations on the local market today: Feed and Fuel. Creamery butter, 344c. Dairy butter, 22V4c Lard. 12Vc per pound. Fresh eggs, 26c. Storage eggs, 21c. Potatoes, 50c to 60c. Cabbage, lc per pound. Onions, 75c per bushel. eed and Fuel. Forage Timothy hay, 20. Cats, 34c. to 35c Straw, $3. CALL W. 1007 FOR ALL YOUR SECOND HAND TROUBLE Both Buying and Selling Prompt Attention to All Orders. Largest stock of new and second band goods in the state of Illinois. ALWAYS m CONQUERS WL EDIlATiSBa zcma. acte. tetter, snlt rheum, all 7.35, pigs 5.7537.25, heavy 6.95 7.35, held at Mrs Thomas Laugr.ery's homo f.t.':f ' I1 AM good 7.107.35. rough 6.95 7.10. York- , Thursday, Jan. 19. i lmuies. raohes. ?tc. yield to Posiam trs 7.257.30. ; Friday afternoon at the c'.ose of as onoihlng else wfthPo. ' Cattle Bt"d?: 10c !ow'r' Beeve' school. Miss Millie. Ecek cf Hock I.-' ..fn";!'-',: iVror .vU,n ' 5.85 .S. stockers 4.507.50. west. i land, music Inst-ucter of the school, ' only w hen olsease is present, but a ' was given a surprise, a peanut show er, ! "'j" a 1 S 1 df R 1 Brlig. ! by the pupil.. : health to V,s!r. Mr. nd Mrs. Ixsu's D-Rrr.? anlj A.i dn:t:.-ts sell Poslaa (price "0 UmiU TlaiUdwl-h trtend. at Bar.tow ! ;.aT;t9lam (ric0 2i em. 5.707.35, calve. 6.7510.75. Sheep steady, shade off. Western. 4.7536.15, lamb. 6.90Q9.10. j Cic.e cf Market i Hog. closed 5c lower thaa Satur- Thousands o! pereong have been rescued from the torturesof Rheumatism .cd restored to perfect litalth by the use of S. S. S. 60 uniform are the .cod reult3 froui iu u.e that we d1 not hesitate to say S. S. S. al way a con quers Rheumatism if given a fair trial. You can never cure thia deep-s't-ated diseaae with, external treatment, snch as liniments, plasters, blis ters, etc. These may furnish temporary relief but they do not reach' the ood where the real cause is loc.-.ted. Rheumatism is rooted and grounded i:i tac blood ar.d must be driven from its stronghold there before permanent relief can be had. 8. S. S, conquers Rheumatism Ly driving from the circula tion the ezctcs accur.iulatiou oi uric acid which is responsible for the clisrase. S. S. f. strengtheua ana irtviif orates the blood bo that instead of a weak, vjr Ccid, causing pain artd aony throughout the system, it becomes a nourishing stream furnishing health to every portion of the body and relieving every symptom of P-heumatism. If you do not con quer Rheumatism it will conquer you. S. S. S. is the ae remedy you can depend upon for food eff-cts. Bock on Rheuaatisja d medical advice free. TUE SWIFt SfZUFlC CO, ATLANTA CA.