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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - September 1, 1924, Mitchell, South Dakota Twelve pages vol xxxix Mitchell s. Tuesday september i 1925. Number 279dedicate Rosebud Bridge woman Hopes to beat a a May Ferguson mrs Williams t would be next Texas governor she is a Kinswoman and klan Issue will be again injected in fight is real politician Mazon a is out for demo it 11 Itic com in a to Oxx a s Seratt in legislature by Ufa service str it it Worth. Tex sept. I a it will woman is. Woman in Texas ext year. For governor a a May Ferguson Hor Campaign for re election will be opposed by another woman mrs. Edith Willmans of Dallas. Women never fight harder than when fighting each other and Tho Texas gubernatorial Campaign prom i t5 to be a unique Battle from Start to finish. Both a Ama Quot and mrs. Willmans Ere noted throughout the state a a political both Are certain to take the stump and the klan is Likely to figure prominently in the contest. Attacks a a May and a a Jim mrs Willmans has announced so will he a candidate for the democratic nomination which of course is equivalent to election and already has started to fight. In the announcement of her candidacy she took a fling at a Ama a by saying that a a husband Jim Ferguson is the real governor of Texas. I mrs Ferguson Only visiting the Capit to i occasionally to sign documents. A no individual will dictate affairs of the state Over my shoulder if i j am elected a mrs. Willmans says de-1 flatly. If i go into the governor office i will form an advisory Council con airing of the president of the Senate speaker of the House Heads of Imper j Tant departments and three prom nent Texas Quot a Quot Ferguson and mrs Willmans Are exactly opposite types. A is strongly opposed to the klan and made it a leading Issue in her Campaign. Mrs. Willmans is a Kinswoman. Governor Ferguson is a quiet to Buher we have hard time beating Walsh Lawrence says that Coolidge Choice in Bay state is disliked Strong vote getter present sex Ator i or Edy to Pou Maxy Republican votes thousands see touching fete at new Span Vanguard. The rear guard will Camp Here tomorrow. The poet is gone never to return. A new Era has dawned. The twentieth Century came in with a Rush of Energy never be j fore known it Baa a Host of things j to do and Only one Hundred years to do them in and a fourth of these Are nearly gone. We May Well pause j though in the Rush of this Commer-1 Elal age to Mark a great achievement and to set up a mile Stone that will j $21,257,975 is income tax of Ford interests by avid mar exp special correspondent of the Republican copyright 10715 Swampscott Mas sept in maybe senator William to Butler will de wide open spaces of Western j ag0nda Bridget up Point Aci of the Henry and Ediel pay a ver Missouri River was termed the dream of an impractical visionary. Jefferson Monroe and Livingston were dreamers when they bought this Louisiana for fifteen million dollars but As we stand on historic ground senators. Governors. Bridgen a the Center of that five exp Izeer. And prom text i a half million acre tract the past rises before us and we catch glimpses of a primitive people mighty in deed battling for civilization and the United states that was to be. Dakota United with re mainer of state 35,000 see ceremony Dakotas there $2,000,000 each Rockefeller $128,420 actors taxes High Doeg Fairbanks leads Moyie Colony with 182.190 tax payment Wheeler. S a. Sept. In up a two empires were joined today topographical harriers which have separated sine statehood two parts of South Dakota have been overcome and High or the mighty Missouri pavements and make this Valley Richer than the Valley of the Nile. Ride not to to a candidate to sue today on a Bridge of steel and con need himself and maybe a will be rate the Rosebud and the balance of Secretary of War when the resign a so uth Dakota typified the first by a a. N tiny Indian Maiden and the Lattera a a Volt a Muon Uduc 1 a n t eks anally act i by an Indian youth Shook hands and Power now wasted will lighten the Load on farm and in Home. This Bridge opens a new Highway to the Black mountains and connects two Inland agricultural empires of larger extent and Richer soil than any East of the Mississippi. Quot for the Highway commission we want to thank those who have had so much to do in making the con Detroit. Mich sept. it put a Hen. A time and the proprieties of this j o for 1 arid Edsel Ford. His son to occasion forbid even briefly consider Gether with the Ford motor company ins our surroundings the army Pai 1 tha i arks to income tax on 1>2a that will March in to possess these. ,. Acres will tramp our highways into earnings in the flirt Michigan District. Figure made pubic today revealed. Henry Ford paid $2,60s.808.ss Fried upon by president Coolidge and pledged anew their Faith to a com maybe David Walsh Democrat will be elected to the Senate again. Mrs. Edith Willmans of it one plane in hawaiian cruise forced Down Norbeck sees Mark of his work Complete Mon statehood. A representative of the governor of Nebraska then ban Darde to governor car Gunderson of or Coolidge would not like to be i t. F South Dakota a Parchment relinquish aforesaid things happen and he eng a 1 Ria ims t0 the Rosebud for. A a a by no Means convinced that they until the Missouri was spanned by a Quot ill happen but just the same j permanent Bridge the commercial theres uneasiness in Massachusetts interests of More than 10.000 Square politics and the administration is doing All it can to Ster the situation so that the least political damage will be injured. Or. Butler is hardly the most popular Type of candidate the re pub i Beans could name. He is an Able Man and if Massachusetts would permit him to serve he would stack up Well with his predecessors. Rut theres factionalism in the Republican party in the Bay state and or. Butler would have had a hard time winning a nomination in a primary without presidential support. As it is he holds the place of the late senator Lodge by appointment of governor Fuller and must defend his right to a seat in the Senate in a modern engineering will set this Riv Bel Ford paid $2,158,055.99 and ther to work and its half million horse a. A a Ford motor company paid $16,493,- 180.91. Rockefeller 128,520 John d. Rockefeller sd., paid to sea of $128,520. J. Pierpont Morgan s tax was $574,379, e. H. Gan. $322,-680 and Charles Evans Hughes. $1, 554. John w. Davis democratic pros Miles of South Dakota were linked struck Lon of this Bridge the Success it dental candidate in the last election to Nebraska. And today South Day he a in a a a pm Quot t0 Quot Ork Quot Kota claimed its own. 35,000 present Early this morning caravans of cars from every part of Southeastern South Dakota Ani from Distant Points in the Rosebud began to pour their human freight in the Missouri Bottoms where the Woodman s a but recently had cleared away the rank undergrowth and the age old Trees in order to make rom for the expected crowds it was estimated Early this morning that fully 35,000 people would gather Here Hembre the run had set to either take some part in the Celebration which started shortly after la a. In. Or to be simple with a people who Are doing things not for themselves alone not for today but for the Republican primary next year As spectators. Early predictions seem Well As in the election next autumn he can win the nomination because j president Coolidge is Strong enough to bring that about with the republicans of Massachusetts. But is heed to be justified for Long before noon the open space around the approach to the Bridge was thronged with eager crowds who marvelled at the giant pillared spans that reached from pn-9 number three takes to water Px-9 number one is silent san Francisco. Cal. Sept. of the rugged Type she is Frank 1 Enrik radio silence that has in and Blunt in her few speeches and i fued the pn-9, number i. Flag talks Little about things strictly Polit a plane of the san Francisco to Hawaii it a non Stop flight was sighted Over the or. Will Man a politician j air plane tender Langley at 6 10 a in. Mrs. Willmans is a Good mixer j to a it a being made a matter of possibly More of a politician in the speculation among flight official accepted sense of the word and de j Here. Although no fears Are being lights in discussing state issues. She pc or a safety of the big Craft. In the Only woman Ever elected to it attain Stanford e. Moses com the state legislature and is an Atter i Mander of the flight project said i Ney. Last Winter she was Secretary am not worried by the silence sur of the House appropriations commit-1 rounding the pn-9. Number i there tee Are several reasons Why Long periods she ran make As Good an extern of time my it Leafs Ltd a Between the re a Iraneous political speech As any parts Ber Progress. She May have Man while a a May on Public occasions sighted a storm and in circling it. Usually reads a Brief typewritten missed one of the station ships statement i the Matson liner manna sent a the Only Point of similarity in the j wireless report to Navy radio Here two women seems to be that both saying that the pn-9, number i Are excellent housekeepers for a a May so ii finds time to preserve Large quantities of peaches mrs. Willmans Law practice has been concerned mainly with cases in Viring Domestic relations but occasionally she handles a criminal Case. She has three daughters and her husband is dead plans own reforms while in the legislature she sponsored measures to compel All children up of 17 to attend school to require Good health certificates for All persons desiring to marry to be financial Aid to families when the father has been sent to an Asylum to provide More humane treatment of prisoners. Jazz music sensational movies and extremes in women s dress grate on her nerves. One of the first Laws she Hopes to have parsed if elected governor will be one giving married woman the right to sell her property without the Content of her husband. She can t do this now in Texas. Standard meets state Price at Huron station a urn. S d. Sept. In it put a Gat line was Selling in Huron today at cents the Standard followed almost immediately by the other com Anlas meeting the states Price Bleb went into effect this morning or most of the companies this was drop of a cent and a half the for Kier retail service station Price having been 20 1-2 cents with two steins Selling at 29. The new Price it All stations on a uniform Bael f 19 cents. Of Armer receives insurance 6 hours after fire loss senator romped oxbridge site when a Mere youngster the strongest Man the republicans i Hore to Shore. A distance of More South Dakota. Senn is named South Dakota administrator Omaha nebr., sept. In up a William e. Dunigan of Sydney mont., one of the special investigators of the rational prohibition Force will be a Sostant administrator to Andrew Mccampbell who today assumed Tho office of chief dry enforcement officer for the states of Nebraska Iowa and Rosebud Bridge. S. P. Sept. In reviewing hts in Hod Days in the territory of the Rosebud Bridge and discussing briefly the plan which he had in his mind when he recommended the original state Bridge Lew at the tim when he was and in a of to Quot a from a a put let has an<1 it Emor Ratic the stat. A Nator Pater nor Heck i a urges an a run Way of a Quot other candidates. For example. Or. 1918, when the ill fated Wilson no this was made known i a list of Appel nimets announced by Mccampbell today and which will com feet Walsh is 44ai�?� second for the Benefit of those who Haven to followed Massachusetts politic. Be it said that David Walsh is a sort As Many a mighty tree has been torn in the past but the second of the state Bridges to be completed has been built to stay a tribute to the Bridge Engineer spoke briefly before the vast throngs of people at the Bridge opening Here today. A there Are two reasons Why i am Here today the senator said. A first. It is my old Home. I spent fifteen years in this country and it holds Many memories for Here he recalled Hon he hauled Wood from across the River crossing the ice at the location of the new Rosebud of state of Ai Smtth. Hts a term Nous Kirkham an4 the wayward Missouri has been tamed. Prominent men Here mingling with the crowds about the Eastern Edge of the Bridge the scene of the ceremonies were Many men prominent in state affairs. Senator Neter Norbeck who with state Bridge Engineer Kirkham. Long ago conceived the idea of the state Bridges Over the Missouri was present. With or. Kirkham. Senator w. H Mcmaster who sat As governor peal for a dem Ratic. Congress caused such widespread losses to the democrats or. Walsh was elective enough to beat John w. Weeks. Secretary of War. Who was then running for the Senate to succeed himself. I when the legislature authorized the a the second reason that i am Here is that i was responsible for the original stat Bridge Levy which started the who a a show. My thought at that tim was that a Bride could be built every three or four years from the Smalt stat Levy but people we a not satisfied to do things in such a slow moving Way in South Dakota. A after a few Hundred thousand dollars had Ben collected sentiment developed for a five year program and people did not want to a for the sta4 Levy to accumulate sufficient funds As a result Thev went ahead and used the stat Highway funds and of Deral funds also a Ting help from count in the Vicinity of the Brid Sites. A this is the a copy of the five stat Bridges to Span the Missouri River carrying out a program which when i mad my commendation to the legislature i thought would take Oratio women voters a were left unmarked because the senatorial names were far Down the ballot. Anyway even the publican Eon ode that Aish is a Strong upon it and that the result would be Clos no Matt a whom the republicans named the democrats Are confidant of Victory because they say if senator Walsh could come so close to winning when Coolidge himself was carry lne the state by 4 22.00 majority the it will be evened sir when Coli id Isnit running and the election is fought out on a Normal basis courting j 928 or. Coolidge of curs will a play every pow a he can command to help or Butler if he is the nominee but excess la use of the presi Ria Tiai influence would inevitably be passed the 1200 mile ship at 6 10 a in the �?o1200 mile ship is the Langley. It was presumed in Navy radio Headquarters Here that the Langley broadcast the message and the manna picked it up and relayed it along. 82 mile per hour the pn-9 number i had completed half of its journey of 2,10 nautical Miles Between 5 and 6 of clock this morning to that time the plane had made an average Speed of slightly More than 71 nautical Miles an hour the equivalent of a fraction less than 82 land Miles hour. When the plane passed Over the destroyer Corry 60 Miles from the Golden Gate. It was More than an hour behind its schedule by the time it passed the destroyer Meyer stationed 800 Miles from the California coast it had reduced this to so minutes the other plane was afloat on the a Urf Aee of the Pacific Ocean 300 nautical Miles from san Francisco with the destroyer William Jones standing by to give Aid if necessary. Reports from the Jones were that the plane the pn-9 number 3 was in no difficulties and that its Crew was attempting to Rise again to resume ire flight or to return to this City. Oil pumps fail the pn-9, number 3, was forced Down 3a0 Miles off the California coast when the Oil pressure lines to both engines were broken. Reports of the cause of the plane s trouble was made to flight Headquarters Here Early this morning by the destroyer William Jon a. Which made a 160 mile run in four hours to go to the Ticken planets Ald. Commander Taylor of the ii Liam 1 vices that the president hoped # _ Jones said that h was taking the would reconsider his decision. He port Folly secreted of War How plane in Tow. Declared he could not consider re xer of mean that the latter the country and particularly his own state of Massachusetts by unprecedented majorities Walsh came wit a in construction of the Bridges. Hon. In j c Oan of winning nut the tale i a _ _ i is that 5<\nnn Haliot which were known to have come from dem is a progressive one of a much longer time to accomplish. Turned by the Democrat to some this work is being pushed Forward. Political advantage first of All of because the people of South Dakota j the Campaign is based who by on a have far seeing vision and the state i policy a of a uphold Coolidge or would tend to diminish or butlers own strength any candidate who runs on another s Aid or say so. Finds his opponents ready to emphasize that As a weakness of the candidate. All this is being forseen by the president together with the All important fact brought Forward by some of his advisers that a Victory by former senator Walsh would surely be interpreted by the demo Haney reiterates his refusal to resign from Board sooner of the shipping Board Reiter at�<3 today i. Refusal to re Ign under i do a that he canno b. T dlr tim lances requested by pre in in <0 the 1 elect Len re w / ,1 v ,. Or. Coolidge has his Eves on 1928 while or Haney has received Noa. A word today from Swampscott him an m v in a 0 Tbs self. He Ava informed of pres and Quot aka t a us a vices that the president hoped he Dacy. ,n or Butler to the. Could name to oppose former sen. Han 16a0 feet a pan ambled at the Tor David Walsh some of the re awl ring. Muddy Waters Helot-.-. V hich publican aspirants for Butler s place clutched at he eos cd and Ron. Think not. Thee a Kite that a Crete Haes of piers built into the bed j prise the personnel aiding Admonis ent a of Man must be up. Up of Rock _ As Peir mpg tear them Leos j Trator Mccampbell in his task of enforcing prohibition in those three states. Brinson named Glen a Brunson of Algona la., former prohibition director of Iowa will be in charge of All alcohol and liquor withdrawals in the District. Robet Samardick former Field chief of the prohibition enforcement unit in Nebraska will be Deputy administrator of Nebraska with the duty of enforcing the dry Laws of the state. Oscar Thorson of Des Moines. La., will be Deputy administrator of the Southren District of Iowa in charge of i of arcement in the judicial District of the stat with Headquarters at Des Moines. Benjamin f. Wilson of it. Dodge la., will be acting Deputy administrator in charge of enforcement in the Northern Iowa judicial District with i Headquarters at fort Dodge. Senn got Dakota e. L. Senn Deadwood. S. A. Will be Deputy administrator in charge o the enforcement in South Dakota with Headquarters at Sioux Falls Elmer Thomas ormer prohibition director of Nebraska has been offered and has accepted the office of counsel for the District. A will be in charge of the prosecution of All liquor cases and will be Legal advisor to the administrator Mccampbell. The salaries that will go with the new offices have not been definitely decided but it is practically certain that the pay of administrator will be $6,000 a year and that of his assistants and counsel in the neighbourhood of $5,000. The salaries of the Deputy administrators will be substantially higher than those paid formerly to the prohibition state Field chiefs which was $3,00 a year. The appointment of Dunigan a assistant administrator in direct change of enforce ment in the three a a ates of the District came As a distinct Surprise As it had been intimated that Samardick had been offered the Post. Pukwana Man files largest Dakota income George a Buffington state senator from Gregory county who persistently fought to place the Rosebud Bridge second on building program. J. W. Far lev and other members past and present of the state Highway commission together with men who helped build up the Rosebud itself. Were there and while the crowds waited for the a deaf Ion hour bands and drum and Bugle corps from More than a dozen South Dakota cities played Ore Mony impressive it was just la of clock when an expectant hush fell Over the thousands gathered at the Bridge head. Followed a burst of cheering which greeted the appearance of floats representing cities from each Side of the Bridge and took up their places at the ends of the Structure. Then from the Western Side of the Bridge there approached a Little Indian boy followed by a representative of gov. Mcmullen of Nebraska who was unable to be present. From the East end of the Bridge a tiny Indian maid escorted by gov Gunderson of South Dakota stepped Forward Cornet players at each end of the Structure placed As the four Drew near and As the two children clasped hands a Mitchell Quartetti Sang a blessed be the tie that gov. Gunderson then accepted the Parchment relinquishing the Rosebud from the hands of the representative of the Nebraska governor and proceeded to paid taxes of $49,533. Los Angeles Cal. Sept. a. Film fans Here expressed Surprise today when the Federal income tax returns of internationally known motion picture celebrities were made Public by the collector of internal Revenue. A comedian and a former comedian handed readers of the published tax lists one of the biggest surprises in the District. Charles Spencer Chaplin thought by Many to have one of the largest incomes in the world paid a $345 personal income tax while Roscoe c. Arbuckle thought by Many to to nearly broke paid $5,116. Others who trailed Arbuckle eluded Rudolph Valentino Wallace Beery. Monte Blue Lon Chaney Hobart Bosworth Reginald Denny bus ter Keaton Barbara la Marr Ramon Navarro Charles Ray and a score of directors and producers prominent in film Dom. Chaplins showing on the list was strengthened somewhat by the $1994 tax paid by the Chaplin studio. Inc., but even with that he was Well behind the Cross eyed Ben Turpin who paid $6,194. Quot Doug Heads tetors of the forty two residents of los Angeles and Vicinity who paid More than $49,090 each on their Persona income Only four hailed from the motion picture Colony. They were Douglas Fairbanks we j paid $182,1 90 Gloria Swanson who paid $57,07 5 Jesse l. Laskey the pro Ducer whose tax was $48,592 and the director James Cruze who was Down for $40,353 Mary Pickford paid $34. 387. Nine residents of los Angeles and Vicinity paid personal income taxes of More than $100,000 each. The largest individual tax paid on a personal income was credited to George Allan Hanock. Bank president and capitalist. He paid $543,726. Half million by. Wheat delivered in Winter Pool Tyas Hington. C. Set i�?4 a Ben e Hane it of Oregon commis a Era a a repudiation of or Coli i Dellver his dedicatory address Edge in his Home state and As an a the afternoon was Given Over to an athletic program which included a Ball game and a series of sexing exhibitions chief among which was a sparring contest Between Tommy Gibbons and Jack Malone. The radio Compass station at Hilo i peeing so Long As the president Bas might hav to Vlf up his place a reported Leat night giving the Bear. his request for the resignation a on i chairman of a he rep Mican National ing of the seaplane pn-9 number i. J an alleged breach of j committee. Thile Hays remained As �?o32 True or approximately 1.500�?T Miles from Hawaii at 9 5 p. M. Swampscott Mas sept. In in tha Cabinet and kept his place Asab Rdeen f d. Sept. In fast a to Ive a fir at 9 39 o clock in the Ming and have the loss fully ads de by 3 of clock on the same it noon is the experience of o. A Wanson owner and manager of the Ltd Zens National Bank building of is City the fire occurred on or president Coolidge is hopeful that this accomplishment of working Bert. E Haney of Oregon will recon he radio Compass from a distance of Der his refusal t resign As a com-1,590 Miles was said to be very un-1 missioner of the shipping Board. Usual and it a believed at the Sta a although extended comment on or. Then As the first time of record where Haney a determination to say in radio Compass bearings were taken service despite the presidents re rom a plane at this distance at 609 kilo Cycle. A a a Center Ville Bank closes Pierre. 8. D., sept. In a a the quest for his resignation was withheld today at White court it was stated or. Coolidge believed the com head of the National committee precedent does not permit of wide activity in politics. And there a a congressional Campaign next year in which the chairman of the Republican National committee will have to be very Active. What then shall be done or. Butler is confident he can be a candidate for the Senate it fed run the dream comes True in Bridge. Aberdeen. 8 d. Sept. I�?c4>>�?out Parmley asserts 4 9.000 income tax returns Wheeler. S sept. speaking5 filed in South Dakota about threat the dedication of the new Rosebud i fourths of them paid some tax but Bridge Here today. J. W. Parmley few Are of outstanding amount it la member of the state Highway com a revealed by the record at the in Mission said in part eternal Revenue offices today the first missioner on thinking the matter i National congressional Campaign too Over will realize the impropriety of Bank of Centerville at Centerville j remaining on the Board failed to open its doors for business j it is the View of the president that this morning and the affairs of the or. Haney has shown that he does Bank have been taken Over by the not intend to carry out the policy state banking department. Depleted Laid Down by the merchant Marine i rotary ship of War has been held open Reserve we a the cause of suspension j act and that until he la of such a rather a Long time As it i. And if Wanson s farm seven Miles North said Fred r Smith superintendent determination he should not attempts the president is to put a Maas to Aberdeen. Bank. 80 hold his place As a Board member. Chua etts Man in his Cabinet g his friends Are sure he can beat Valsh with Coolidge support. Soma republicans who would like to crowd or. Butler out Are talking of his withdrawal rather openly. The Sec a a fifteen years ago the Empire builder of the Northwest. James j. Hill said. A the child born today will j be in its prime when we number two Hundred and fifty million people and its children will be asking the question where can i find standing room or a place for wholesome in Dusti a a a from i860 to 1925 is not a far cry. Yet in that time our population increased from thirty one minion to one Hundred ten million. We at the front do not see the army of another Hundred million people marching toward us and demanding that they have food and clothing. I am not speaking of some far in the future geologic time but of this generation. A we Are camped Here today As the upon which Public scrutiny is permitted of current income tax figures the largest individual tax was paid by l. G. Stransky of Pukwana $16,479.91. Next was w. H t. Foster of Sioux Falls. $12,718 43 and others of the dozen largest taxpayers Aras follows c w Thompson. Sioux Falls $3,249 44 a t Steubing. Sioux Falls $2,526.98 j. M Foster Sioux Falls $2,546 s3 w. Z. Sharp Sioux Falls. $2,135 99 j. C. Bassett Aberdeen $2,009.92 b b Butts Winner $1.96906 h. F w. Schaller Watertown. $1,387.00 o e. Prentiss. Vermillion. $1,536 65 William Koenig Sioux Falls. $1,313 -82 j j. Bollinger Bridgewater $1,-472.11, Aberdeen s. D., sept. of in a half million bushl3 of wheat was delivered to the Winter wheat Pool of the South Dakota wheat growers association during the month of August. At the close of business yest a Day receipts stood at 509.p28 bushels which is approximately 325,000 bushels More than a delivered to the Winter Pool of a year ago during its firs month of operation officials said. Weathi forecast Iowa partly overcast tonight and wednesday possible local Thunder storms in North portion warmer in East and Central portions tonight. Minnesota partly overcast with probably local Thunder storms in West portion this afternoon or to night and in East portion tonight or wednesday warmer in Southeast portion tonight. North Dakota partly overcast and somewhat unsettled tonight and wednesday warmer in extreme Northwest portion tonight not so warm wednesday South Dakota probably local Thunder storm this afternoon or tonight wednesday partly overcast and not so warm. Nebraska generally fair and continued warm tonight and wednesday local temperatures maximum and minimum temperatures As recorded by the official government thermometer from 7 a in. Yesterday to 7 a. In. Today maximum 77. Minimum 67. At 7 a in. Today 69. Precipitation la inches. Roads Good. Sioux Falls temperature a 7 a. In 59 maximum 82 minimum 56 reads Good Huron a temperature at 7 a. M. 60 maximum 85 minimum 66 .01 rain roads Good 68 maximum 86 Minlu m68 .26 rain roads fair. Aberdeen temperature at 7 a. In. 68 maximum 90 minimum 65 roads Good. Watertown temperature at 7 4. M. 56 maximum 85 minimum 50 Road

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