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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1912.
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! ALLIES MAKE HUGE DEMANDS ON TURKEY '
BUT DO NOT EXPECT ALL TO BE GRANTED
"Movies" at Friendly House. Mo
tion pictures carefully selected to In
terest ohlldren are to be one of the
regular forma of entertainment of the
Friendly house and to show the pub
lic Just what the nature of these pic
tures la Superintendent Harry Down
er has i.rranged for an exhibition Fri
day, Jan. 3. at 8 o'clock in the evening
and Saturday evening following The
auditorium is equipped for amateur
dramatics and the batf-ony for the
audience at athletic meets. In mak
ing Friendly house an influence for
education in this community the trus
tee! hope to utilize motion pictures.
The present plan is to present high
grade pictures uniformly and nothing
else Friday and Saturday evenings at
the customary price of admission.
Greek Held on Embezzlement
Charge. Xenopho; Thoskilhakis, a
Oreek, charged with having taken 400
of the proceeds of a bakery at 1507
Harrison street operated by J. Ko
koras and Thoskllhakls as partners,
was arraigned before Justice Phil Daum
Saturday afternoon cursed with lar--:ny
by embezzlement. Testimony at
the hearing was so conflicting that the
case wis continued nd the defendant
held under $100 bonds.
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Fight at Christening. Christening
of a child in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Eleehik, Eighteenth street, East
Moline, Friday, resulted In a free-for-all
fight In which lamps, bo'tles and
other objects were used as missiles.
Eleshik tried to quell the disturbers
and he was hit on the head for his in
terference. Not content with beating
I their host, the guests went into the
room of Mrs. Eleshik, wh olay there
I ill, but that did not deter them In their
i determination to inflict hurts. She
was pounded unmercittilly and it was
necessary to summon a physician to
Attend her. Authorises heard of the
battle and hurried to the scene. They
arrested Akrone Sgedorenk, Bamier
Vice president, Cella Campbell, Eran
ston; secretary, Clara T. Dailey, Pe
oria. Obituary Record. Charles Lawson,
aged S3, for 20 years n resident of
Barstow, passed away from the home
of his daughter,. Mrs. John Bengston,
at Princeton, Mlnn on Chrls'mas day.
He had made his home an the Minne
sota town with his daughter sine? the
death of his wife In 1901. He was born
in Rongstorp, Sweden, Aug. 11, 1S29.
and wft married to Miss Sarah Dan
ielson in his native country on April
27, 1S55. In 1S70 he came with his
family to the t'nited Suites direct to j
Rock Island county. Besides the
daughter In Minnesota, he leaves an
other daughter, Mrs. Hans Larson of
Barstow; a son, Theodore Lawson of
Des Moines, Iowa; one brother, Alex
ander Lawson of Barnes, Kan., and
Howard. G-months-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Homes Thomas of 1S22 Fourth
avenue, died in the city hospital at 9
o'clock Sa'urday morning, death being
due to an affection of the bowels. He
had been seriously' ill for only three
Black portion of map show part of Turkey demanded by allies, with fate of
Albania to bo settled by conference of the powers.
London, Dec. 28 That the allies , cost nations of the world in life and
made large demands upon Turkey with
May Not Rebuild Button Factory. j the "ntiou of receding to some ex
StockhDlders of the LeClaSe Pearl tent a" least 1b the opinion of diplo
ISutton company, whose factory was' mats in Europe. The Balkan states
burned to the ground Thursday night, ,.. 1fimRnH(.rt th-t T..rk.v n
Montenegro . .
On Dec. 23 at Kansas City, Mo., took
place the marriage of Hen H. Farber
Polakos, Tamier Polakos and Tama!0f port Byron and Miss Emma S. Fil-
mer of Marshallfield, Mo. They re
turned Tuesday night to Port Byron
to the home of the groom's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Farber, where ou
Kapilar.g. charged with assault and
battery. Sgedorenk was fined JlOOand
costs and B. Polakos half that amount.
Tamier Palokas and Tama Kapilang
were charged vith disturbing the
peace and were fined $2 and cos's.
plant vlll be rebuilt or not. The loss
t'i the stockholders was heavy as the i
practlrally ail her territory in Europe, Greece
and have let it be known further that
Insurance on the plant did not amount
In more than $600.
School Bequeathed $1.000. St.
Katharine's school, Davenport, will re
ceive fl.Oflf) from the estate of the
late Susanna Weare. whose death oc
curred at Sioux City recently, "le
questa of a public nature made by Miss
Weare, as shown in her will which was
filed for rocord total $12,000.
Sues for Lots of Vinegar. The Dav
enport Vinegar Plckllns; works has
entered suit against the Chicago, M1I
v aukee & St. Paul railroad company
for they sum of $1,783 alleged to be
due nn damages for the los of a car
load of vinegar. The plaintiff com
pany, through Attorneys Sharon &
HiggiiiB. nsperts that the carload of
vlnegt r was billed by the American !
Products company from fs'ew York
and was sidetracked and finally dellv.
ered to another factory. Loss of prof
Its ami damage to business are claims
of the local company.
Railway Company Sued for $5,000.
The TriCity Railway company if fie
fendant In a damage suit for $3,000
filed In the Davenport district court
by Joseph R. Rhomberg, who claims
they expect the Turks to pay the cost
lot the war. No one expects that this j fpbxt is war preparation.
j will be the final basis of settlement, j Turkey $ 40.000,000
and the Balkan delegates have already I Turkey, in revenue from
practically receded from their demand j lost provinces, a year. . 30,000.000
for Adrianople. " ' Servia 13,400,000
On the other hand, the Turkish pro- Bulgaria 10,000,000
posals are not regarded as at all like- j Greece 3,660,000
ly to be accepted. They propose to ; Montenegro 530.000
retain no: only Adrianople, but alsoiRufsia 120,000,000
.lanlna, Scutari a:id Saloniki. i Austria, including loss of
There has been much talk on both wages and profits
sides of resuming the war in case pro- j England
Woman Seeks Relatives. Mrs. Ma
tilda Branson, 62 years of age. crip
pled as the result of breaking her hip
several months ago and using crutch
es, was placed in care of Mrs. Salis
bury, police ma"ron, by the police
nendine their search for relatives of
! the woman who are thoueht to reside
S0.000 in Moiine. They are' her daughter,
0,500 j jjr8 Charles Parks,., and a grandson,
7.000; Arrhie Hnltrin Tho wnmnn arrived
In Rock Island Friday night from her
home in Ladue, Henry county, Mis
souri. Lost and confused, she remain
ed over night in the railroad station.
Saturday morning it was learned that
she was bewildered and did not know
where to go. Rock Island police learn
ed that she desired to reach relatives
in Moline and so turned her over to
local authorities. While Bobbing at
the station she told that a brother had
sent her from Missouri to Moline and
hat all she need to do to find other
posals as made are not accepted. This
is the good old American game of
bluff. Both sides have lost enormously
in men and money by reason of the
war and both are extremely anxious
for peace. What the Balkan war has
300,000 J relatives would be to tell the police
(and they would know whom she
3,240,000 j sought. Reiatives were located Sat-
440,000 urday af'ernoon and informed-by Jus
C.OOO.OOO tice W. E. Whiteside that unless they
take charge of the woman, warrants
Total $202,990,000 I would be issued. They saw to it that
ishe was taken to St. Anthony's hospi-
Italy, including loss
wages and profits . . .
rtrlgnation to take effect Jan. 1. Mr.
Pi tester is one of the best known auto
mobile men in the tri-cities. Mr.
Priester has always been active in the
Davenport Auto club and in the Tri
City Auto Dealers' association. He is
a member of the show committee
the shoulder. lie would go down tc
posterity, he resolved, glorified by the
power of his wrist In vain Sir Thomas
Lawrence pointed out that as a matter
of art it would never go; that the sight
of a man perennially carrying a sword
from his wrist would fatigue those whe
which is arranging for the present j looked at bis picture. The duke insist
auto exhibit in February
which the duke seems to rest his el
bow, but close examination shows that
Obituary Record. The body orWil
liam B. Moore, who passed a"ay at
he su tored serious lnlury when forcl-1 the home of his son, William Moore, of i arm and cushion do not meet. I-oudon
b'.y e;ected from a street car by the Cedar Rapids, arrived in Daveijport ! Sketch.
conductor. Rhomberg contends that Saturday evening and was taken to I
he presented a ticket, purchased from the Boles undertaking parlors, where !
tru company, for payment of his fare n was held preceding burial. Mr.!
on Nov. 2, 1912. and that the conductor 1 Moore at one time lived in Davenport ,
rciuHwi to accept u as iare. v nen tut for the past several years has
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jiuuiiiut-iK imuni-u iu yj um-i me ucen iivwx in . eaur Kapids. He is
rurvived by four sons. William' of
Cedar Rapids, Thomas Moore of Dav
enport. who accompanied the body
here, Edward of St. Louis, Mo., and
.'ames Moore of California.
.Mrs. Mina Jeiiison, aged 36 years,
tal in Rock. Island,
Greek Deserts Family to Join Army,
AVhen Mrs. Gus Preskos returned to
East Moline a few days ago from Utah,
where she went several weeks ago to
take charge of her two children, she
found that dining the absence her
fd upon having his way. Lawrence did! husband had sold his half interest in
manage to smuggle in a cushion tinoua Greek coffee house, packed his be-
1 r V-... u-.tn MlAJit A r, t 1 lit (hi, I
car. it is declared.
Pur ae Snatcher Held. Scott Shell,
a youth of 15 years was placed under
airear. Saturday night on a charge of
Following is the list of letters re
maining uncalled fcr at the postoffiee
in Rock Island, 111., for week ending
Dec. 2S. 1012:
j Edward Anderson, Mrs. Charles
I Bledsoe, Mrs. Jennie Black, Mrs. Jas.
purse grabbing and within an hour of j wife of 'rred C. Jeiiison. passed away i H. Berry. Charles Bai tlt tt, Harry Barg,
hi arrest, had confessed 1 wo women a. 5 o'clock Friday evening at the fam- Rubeu Bloomberg, Bill Cassin. Mrs.
ere victims of the 'hefts perpetrated tly residence at .McClelland park, after , A. j. c'arlsoa. Dr. Rush H. Crissman,
. .w j VT i I p " .r... oo.wouu uB;jrs. Adolph Dealing, iober- Duuker,
at thi corner of Thirteenth and Gaines , born in the state of New York In 1S76 ; n,,,.., ri-int rn .
longings in a knapsack and departed
lor Greece to enlist In the army of
his native country. She learned that
her husband sailed from New York on
the same day that she arrived home.
She has no alternative but to seek
employment for herself to support her
children. Preskos and his family ar
rived in East Moline some time ago
from the west. He purchased an in
terest in the coffee house, and for a
time everything was lovely. Money
was sent to his wife to bring her from
Utah :o Moline and in the meantime
the call to arms was heeded. Mrs.
Preskos has sought aid from the authorities.
Dabney Leaves Sylvan Mills.
j Charles T. Dabney, superintendent of
. 1 c.i..n : 1 1 . m T l, K ..
stref ts and another at Locust and cnd came west when a young woman ! A"' A A' , I, !luc "i Vuu .u
Clnes streets. In one case $4 in she is survived b- her' husband and I " J 1 h" 5e,lMd P
rnnh was ohtainod and onlv a few . rthf n,n o.! in o,. I " " u"'' i",D- . cuecue Ju. la, wueu u wm
ccnti- in the second instance.
Pr eiter Leave Auto Company.
Walter Prlester, secretary and treas
urer of the Iowa Auto & Tire com
pany, has resigned his position with
the company with which he has been
identified for the past 10 years, the
Wellington's Wrist of Steel.
The Duke of Wellington had only ont
rantty his wrist was like steel. Now,
wheu he was given the sword of state
to carry it was his lnlinlte delight that
oe was able to carry it upright. All b
predecessors had hud to slot Jt towjn'
I Howard. Mrs. Cathrem L. Hennry, leave for Pittsburgh to become general
Miss Blanche Hall, Mrs. C. L. Henning,
Of 120 Acre Farm
To close the estate and affairs of the late Archibald Mc
Afee, I, the undersigned, will tell at public auction to the
beBt advantage, either in a body or divided, a farm situat
ed about 6 miles southwe3t of Milan and 3 miles north
west of Taylor Eidge, and described as the east half of
the northwest quarter of section 36; also the southwest,
quarter of the northeast quarter of said section 36; all in
township 17 north, range 3 weBt of the 4th P. M. Black
soil, full set of improvements. Said sale to take place
st the house on said property on Tuesday, Jan. 7, at
2 p. m.
Terms half cash, balance to be secured by mortgage on
If. C. HARRIS, Auctioneers
For particulars address
Jchn W. McAfee, Mxlan, CI.
Mrs. Ethel Hick?, William Haney, Jul
ius Harris. Frank E. Hawkinson, Guy
Hawkins. Wm. Tobie, Mrs. Geo. Wahn,
B. Hardy, Harry Hartman, Edgar P.
Hill, Johnson Sisters, Mrs. Eva Lake,
Miss Hulda Liudnuist, Gust lj&ne, Mrs.
S. H. Mon-gomery, Mrs. Nellie Moore,
Willard Miller, Martin Mullen, Lizrle
Nolan, Mrs. Al Xewberg. Henry Os
borne, Miss Lizzie Purcel, Geo. Roch-
I weld, Mrs. Minnie Smith, Thomas
Smi'h. Joe Stevens. E. R. Seigfried,
j Llewellyn Shedd, Curley Stanley. W. C.
j Sackett, E. Schailer, Clifton Stanley,
' A. A. Smith, Mattie Tranchetella, A.
' R. Teter, Henri Timm, Mrs. Anna
! White. Mrs. -Mabelle Wingmuth.
! Foreign: Minnie Davis, Karl A.
j S'iembaun. Sam Turiukin.
1 HUGH A. J. M DONALD.
Perish the thought that the novelist
or playwright should be tied down
to historical accuracy! Lady Dorothy itne standing of these buildings until
manager for Dilv.orth, Porter & Co.,
spike and tie-plate manufacturers.
The new post is one that means much
In the way of advancement for Mr.
Dabney. Mr. Dabney came here Dec.
1, 1909, to tnke charge of -.he Sylvan
mills, having been transferred from
the Youngstown district mills of the
Republic company. O. W. Black, su
perintendent of the Valley mills at
Youngstown, has been named to suc
ceed Mr. Dabney here, and he will ar
rive in the city the first of the year.
Raze Condemned Buildings. First
of the buildings to be condemned un
der the building ordinance has come
down. The Calkins property on Sec
ond avenue is nothing but neat pile
of timbers at the present time. With
the razing cf this flimsy structure an
other fire hazard has been eliminated.
The two wooden buildingt- on third
avenue, part of the same property, will
be torn down in the spring, the build
ing department consenting to permit
Neville quotes an amusing correspond
nce between Bulwer f.ytton and her
My .Dear Walpole Here I am at Beta
bored to deatn. I am thlnkir-jc of writ
ing play sbout your great ancestor, Blr
Robert. Had he sot a enter Lucy, aod
C.d she net marry a Jacobite?
My brother promptly replied:
My Dear Lytton I care little fcr my
family and atill les for SIr-'P.obert. but 1
know that he never bad a ;ster Lucr. o-i
be could cot have married a Jacobite.
However, this mattered little to Lord
Lytton. for his answer ran:
ITy Dear Walpole Tou are too late! Sit
Robert had a tister Lucy, acd ah did
marry a Jacobite
So. .in deliunt e of history, the plaj
"Walpole" came to be written.
All the news all tss time To;
the expiration of the lease.
Banks Shew City's Wealth. An Idea
of the increase in wealth in East Mo
line during the last few years is gath
ered from a comparison of bank de
posits, just announced. Two years ago
there was only one bank in the city,
wih deposits amounting to $101,200.
iNcir there are two thriving ttanks with
more than $4f,5KK) on deposit, or four
times the first amount.
Baker Heads State Music Teacher.
Earl L. Baker, supervisor of music
In th Moiine schools, was honored at
Peoria by being chosen president of
the music section of the St&te Teach
frs' association. Mr. Baker succeeds
Miss Agnes Venscnof Chicago. Other
pfScers eleced by the section were:
Christmas day a bounteous wedding
dinner was served. Those present
were Henry Hutton anl family and"
Mrs. Margaret Mills of Hillsdale, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Parker and John
Rathburn of Watertown. Until the
first of the new year Mr. and Mrs.
Farber will be with Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Parker, uncle and aunt of the
groom, after which they will be at
home to their many friends in their
beautiful new house in East Moline
which Is almost complete.
Mr. and Mrs. Stewjirt entertained
at a Chris'mas dinner the following:
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cox, Mr. and Mrs.
A. D. Cox ond children and Mr. and
Mrs. Outten and baby.
Mrs. Rice of Marseilles Is here at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ernest
Jack. Mr. and Mrs. Jack welcomed a
little daughter to their home on Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Sill entertained
cn Christmas day at dinner the fol
lowing friends and relatives: Mr. and
Mrs. M. W. Posten and son John of
Coal Valley, and her sisters, Mrs. Ma
bel Posten and Mrs. F. Ttl. Seevers and
son of Davenport. The house was
beautifully decorated in red and
green. A delicious dinner was served
by the hostess.
Miss Iela Ausbrook is much im
proved from her recent sick spell and
is able to be about again.
Mrs. Louise Cook of Rock Island
visited Tuesday at the Charles Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. John Wilcoxson and
children spent Christmas at Mineral
with Mrs. Wilcoxson's sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Breecher re
turned home yesterday from Ba'h
where they attended the funeral of
Mrs. Breecher's father, Mr. Rhlal.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woolenzlen spent
Christmas day at Albany with the
family of their daughter, Mrs. Carl
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Willis were
Christmas visitors at Carbon Cliff at
the home of Mrs. Wil'ls' sister.
Mrs. Justin mith of Freeport is
spending a couple of days visiting
with Waterown relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Schafer and chil
dren of Osborne 6pent Christmas day
at the home of Mr .and Mrs. George
Mr. and Mrs. William Eberling en
tertained out of town relatives on
Mrs. Adam Wildermuth and children
of Geneseo are visiting at the home of
Mrs. Mary Schave.
Silvia Bergston of Muscatine is
spending her vacation with her aunt,
Mrs. Al Gregg.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wake of Zuma
spent Christmas day with Water:own
Frank Sherbine has resigned his po
sition as assistant farmer at the Wa
Miss Nellie Kane of Hillsdale spent
a ccuple of days last week visiting at
the Nickerson home here.
Ben and Dena Rah. were Christmas
visitors at the home of John Rah and
family at Hillsdale.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Deeme of Colona
moved Saturday ino Mrs. Mary Tre
Don Wise attended a Cbr'stmas par
ty given by Aubrey i.nd Enid Scott at
Mrs. A. J. Carter and daughter Eliza
beth of LaCrosse, Wis., are gues s for
a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed O'Donnell of Davenport spent
Christmas at the W. B. Keene home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frsnk Lovey and
daughter Maude and Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Ixivey spent Christm.as with rela'ives
at Camanche, Iowa.
Mr-and Mrg. Clarence Gill of Peoria
arrived Friday to spend Sunday with
Mr. Gill's parents.
Byron Ausbrook and hit father. E. K.
Ausbrook, made a sbort visit over
Christmas in St. Louis wl'h Mr. Aus
I Mr. and Mrs. Rinalcl Leatch of Twin
i-ans. ias.no, arrived Tuesday ror a
visit here among relatives. They have
been absent for several years.
Mrs. S. P. Cosner entertained at an
oysrer supper on Christmas eve sev
eral Rock Island friends.
Mr. anej Mrs. Henty Allen are visl'
ing' relatives in the louthern part of
the state. They will be absent about
Mrs. Harry Cosner and Mrs. 8. P.
Ccsner spent Thursday in Davenport
KTO Holiday Feast
is quite complete
without the Elkhorn
smack o' goodness.
Order Elkhorn Pimento today for the
Holiday repast The spicy tang sharpens
the appetite and Elkhorn Cheese helps
digest a hearty
from pure pas
teurized milk and
always sold abso-
lutely fresh. TTtr5 i
31 Varieties Ask Your Dealer
at the home of Mrs. Henry Clover who
is en'ertainlng in honor of Mrs. O. W.
La Rash of Peoria.
Forrest Allsbrow returned home
from Lewiston, Mont., where he has
been the last 16 months. Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Mack and son came
with him for a visit with their uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Allsbrow,
also Mr. and Mrs. William Filbert. ,
Will Seams and bride of Znma are
spending a few days with their aunt,
Mrs. William Filbfert, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Schafer spent
Christmas day In Moline at the home
of J. L. Donahoo and family.
J. McGilvary's family spent Christ
mas day here at the home of John
Swanson, father of Mrs. McGilvary.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Peterson were Port
Byron Christmas visitors at the home
of Mrs. Teterson's parents.
Mrs. Ruth Johnson of Moline called
on Miss Lela Ausbrook Christmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson of Wood
hull, and Mr. and Mrs. Cady of Brln
field were Christmas visitors at Rev.
Mr. Cady's home. "
Esther Chambers returned home
from Port Byron on Tuesday morning
after several weeks' absence.
Mr. and Mrs. Hightower and son of
Abingdon came Tuesday to visit for
a few days at the Charles L. Coleman
Elza Coleman is spending a few
days' vacation at the home of his
mother, Mrs. Minnie Coleman.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chidester enter
tained at Christmas dinner the follow
ing: Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamrath of
Galesburg. Mrs. DeBold, Mrs. L. H.
Snow, Mrs. Johnson, llr. and Mrs. P.
P. Shepperd and son Paul. A delicious
turkey dinner was served. Te house
was decorated with red and green and
a beautiful Christmas tree occupied
one corner. The presents to each one
present were many and beautiful.
ders, lots 1, 9, 3, 4, 6, Rodman Heights
addition. South Rock Island, northwest
quarter section 1 4-17-2 W, $1.
Michael V. Collins to Timothy L.
Collins, lot 46, Huber & Peetz addi
tion, Rock Island, $1.
B. H. H. B. L. S. Ass'n to Eliza Vo
gel, part lot 13, Jacob Kreis addition.
Rock Island, $200.
Arthur A. Burt to Carrie Webb, lot
4, block 4, Blanch R. Robinson first
addition. South Rock Island, $550. .
Gorge H. Geyer to David Young,
lot 13, block 1GG, city of East Moline.
Dennis Brennan to Lorenz Shall-
berg, lot 4, Hcaley'a subdivision south
east quarter section 32-18-1W, $1.
Gus Llndvall to Moline Trust & Sav
ings bank, option Henry street, Pitts,
Gilbert & Pitt's firpt addition, Moline,
Rank, Gasnow & Mcintosh to Moline
Trust & Savings bank, part lots 1 and
2, block 1, part Henry street, Pitts,
Gilbert & l'hts first addition, Moline,
Mary H. Mcintosh, to Moline Trust
& Savings bunk, part lot 2, block 1,
part Henry street, Pitts, Gilbert &
Pitts first addition, Moline, $1.
Realty Changes j
Edward H. Guyer to Albert and
Georgia Hudson, tract in northwest
one-fourth section' 6-17-1W, $180.
Henry M. Ashdown to Theudaa
Ward, tract In northwest quarter sec
tion 28-19 3E, SftOO.
Charleg J. Stein to Augusta Effland,
lot 2. J. M. Gould's first addition, Mo
Iouis Mosenfelder to John C. Sou-
"What do people mean when they
talk alH)ut tacking?" asked Bobby, who
had listened t) a detailed account of
his sister's first experience in a sail
boat, but in considerable confusion of
"Oh, you'll know tthen you're a Ilttlo
bit old-r." s!iid hi sister, but the small
rouud face wore an expression of in
jury, and she had to explr.ln further.
"Why. it's .lust turning halfway
round." she said, with slight hesitation,
"and then and then you sail ou tb
The Gurgle In the Bottle.
Why does wat.T gurgle when poured
fmiu a bottle? As water pours out air
attempts pour In. Occasionally the
hand holding the bottle rony move and
give the air the opportunity. The quick
rush of the water to fill the hole made
by the nir rausn the gurgling sound.
Grading the Rulers.
Themistoi !-s. it Is :iid. declared that
his son wr.s the strongest man lu
G reef e.
"For." sj'.id "the Athenians rule
the HelletiAMe. I rule the Athenians,
your mother rules me. and you rule
your mother." r
"All is Well Hiat Ends Well"
Along with dyspepsia comes nervousness, alwplefanpsa and gen
eral ill health. Why T Because a disordered stomach does not permit
tfca food to be assimilated and carried to the blood. On the other hand,
the blood is charged with poisons which come from this disordered
digestion. In turn, the nerves are not fed on good, red Mood and wo
aee-thos symptoms of nervous breakdown. It u not bend work that
does it, but poor stomach work. With poor thin blood the body is Dot
protected against the attack cf germa cf grip bronchitis consump
tion. Fortify the body now with
Golden Medical Discovery
an alterative extract from native medicinal plants, prescribed in both liquid
aod tablet form by Dr. R. V. Fierce, over 40 youi ago.
Mora than 40 rears of experience hat proven it superior worth as an In
vicoratinr stomacn tohie and blood pun'W. It invifforata and retruUtes
the stomach, liver and bowels, eni through I'.'cm tht whnl- system. It ran
n-nr also be had in sagrar-eoated tablet torm cf most lil r in medicine.
If not. send V) cents in one-cent tnmi for trial box to Dr. 1 "Wee's Invalids
Hotel and SargicaTIastit&te, fcuSalo, S.Y.
-The Common Sense Medical Adviser.
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