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us Branch O&ces
For tba accommodation of Ita patrona
In vcrl3ua par's of tba city. The Argus
has aatablishe.1 a system of branch-of.
Icea. whera subsenptiona and want ad
rsrtlslnjr may be received and any In
formation left that may pertain to any
ftaparitnent of the paper, news or busi
ness. It la also planned to have at each
of these branch ofttcea every evening a
supply of copies of The Argus of the
flay, so that any s-jbocribcr who may
have failed under any circumstances to
receive the paper, will be supplied free
The Argus ctsln of branch office
Includes the following:
I. i. Kipps notion tore, 4313 Fifth
II. E. Howe's pharmacy. 411S Four
Kcbnelder's drug store. T wenty-sev-ea'h
street. Seventh vetu.
L'llerr.eyrr's drug s'orc. Eleventh v
Ote, rifternth stieet.
I'auiey's lunch room. 403 Fourth a
nue. Mrs. Ixndoti's notion store. Seventh
treet. Fourteenth avenue.
Helm beck s pharmacy. D3Z Third ave
nue. Kmest Eberta grocery, 12a Eleventh
Rudrrt drug store. Thirtieth street
nd htfth avr.ue.
College I'harmacy, Seventh avenue
ind Thirty-eighth street.
Olson grocery. Thirteenth avenue and
Btelner drug store, eorner Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third street.
Hasting Jk Fewa grocery, 1721 Twen-ty-ilsth
FOR REBT BOCSKB.
FOR KENT Six-room modern house
Apply U A- Anderson, 1412 wclith
FOR RENT Eight-room house, corner
Nineteenth struct and Eighth avenue.
Walker, Ingram Swotney.
FOR RKNT Six-room cottage, mod-
rn. at S43 Fortv-fourth street. Rock
Island. Cull Kcx k Inland Zm.
FOR KENT Five-room
water and gas; 32
strrni. Inquire 834
T ent -iirst
FOR ItKNT A goid modern clijlit-room
lnti"e n-r Twelfth street and Eigli
i t ii Hvciiu. liuiuire li 8utcty
FOR RKNT Nov. J, seven-rfom house,
with nn acre of Kfunl; leiH.d cellar,
barn.-i-lMi.i n nnd well, inquiro lilyS
FOR RKNT Five, eight and six-room
Iioiik at Hlxteenth-aiil-a-tialf street.
tf"i'h HclKhls. iJhjiiu Ruck lnlaiul
lli".."i-k. H. W. r.'.-htnson.
1XK RKNT For winter, furnished
right-riMim house, strictly m-dern.
iem reasonable to rliclit party; rt-f-
erences. Apply at Fiflcenth
FOR RENT Sn-luai house nearlng
li park; innau una water: rta
sonable. tit i'llntlf parties. I'honi;
Rock Island "'.', aflcr 7 p. in., or
any time Sunday.
Fun 1;l: T FLATS.
FOR RENT Modern steam heated flat.
Inquire William Oakcy, rvu Fifth
FOR RENT Storeroom at 19it Second
avenue. Inquire 1H3 Seventeenth
street, or phoue Kovk Island V20-X.
FOR RENT tiecond floor of factory
building at 154 Fourtn avenue, suit
able for light inaiju(atlunu. Inquire
llus Fourth avenue.
FOR RENT Storeroom, with fine flat
shove, in guid location: rent reason
able. Call at 210 Hafety building.
Phone hock Island 1618.
PRO FES 9 IOW A 1
BE A RLE A MARSHALL Attorneys-at-law.
Office SuZ-JuJ Safely building.
JACKSON, HURST & STAFFORD At
torney s-at-law. Office lu Hock Island
National baxk building.
WALKER. INGRAM SWEENET At
torneys and counselors at Uw. Jdonoy
to loan on real estate. Rooms 20V
303 People's National bank building.
WILLIAM M. WALKER Attorney;
general law business; corporation,
probate and real estate law; 311 Peo
ple bank building. Phone Rock Is
McENIRT A McENIRT Attorneys-at.
law. Loan money on good security
make collections. References, Mltcn
11 & Lynde. bankers. Office, Mitchell
4k Lynd buuaing.
nOVIEI WAX TEX.
CINO ue a postal or telephone as soon
aa your house l ro'-ai.i: we have
hundreds of applicants for vacant
bouses and will send tuam to you. We
do not charge an thing for this n-r-vioe.
Bummerfieid a 114-11 East bec
end ItnKI. Davenport.
F.stats of Mary EUrn Hastings, de
ceased. 1 ne undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the laet will and
testament of Msry Kllen Hastings, late
of the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that he will appear before the Hon.
Benjamin brli. judge of the probate
ruurt of Kock Ixlaud county, at the
rrohata court room, in the city of Rock
standi at ;he IVvrniber term, on the
fret Monday in December next, at which
time all persons having cisims against
said eotate are notitled and requested to
attend for the purpose of having the
same adjusted. All persons indebted to
said estate are requested i inxxe im
mediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated second day of October. A. D.
1,1 CHARi-ES NEWTON HASTINGR,
J. F. Witter, attorney.
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CONTRACTORS ASO Bril.DERS.
Johsi VoULb & Co,
If anureeturera t-T fash, poors. Blinds
and Stairs. Interior finish of all kinds
Hardwood Veneer Foorln-t and deal
are in Glass. Ill and 121 kUghleent
BEN BREAKS INTO THE MOVIES - - BUT MOVES
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I nn... - w. i- waiiui-iiue iuiiu-a i njt.iinv-vuti.Luueoi, I rile SALE CITY PROPERTY. I l I .
II i FOR RKNT Furnished rMmi: J10 S. WANTED Men and bon: iddIv Rork I WANTED Janitor work: ari4r - r- I VflR su r I -i 1 '
FOR RKST Furclfhed rooms; 10 Sec
ond street, city.
FOR RENT Light housekeeping rooms
at 217 Sixteenth street.
FOIl RENT Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping at 207 Third street.
FOR RENT Cozy room, nicely furnish
ed; modern: tzt Seventeenth street.
-Furnished room In private
11 Fifth-and-a-half aenue.
FOR RENT Two modern rooms for
light housekeeping at 1S07 Fourth
FOR RENT Furnished room with' mod
ern conveniences. Inquire at 2i09
FOR RENT Two well furnished rooms
on car line, all modern conveniences
140o Seventh avenue.
FOR RENT Three strictly modern fur
iilshed rooms fur sleeping. Inquire
ii J. 1 wenty-lhlrd street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
for light housekeeping at 1101 tour
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
at 624 Forty-third street: rent rea
sonable; near two car lines.
FOR RENT Two- nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping; use of
pnone; at oj Twentieth street.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room.
Inquire 1123 Fourteenth-and-a-half
street. Phone Rock Island 2033.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room,
suitable for two. Inquire 1)12 Fourth
avenue. Phone Rock Island 1813.
FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms
for llgnt housekeeping; laundry priv
ileges. Inquire 271 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms;
electric light, bath, hot water heat,
and phone, at 217 Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms in pri
vate family; all conveniences; terms
reasonable. Inquire 112 Sixth ave
FOR RENT One modern furnished
front room, suitable for one or two
gentlemen. Inquire 1S27 Sixth ave
nue. FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms;
ii of phone. Inquire 1105 Four
.' trenth-and-a-half street, call morn
ings. FOR RENT Ptrlctly modern furnish
ed room.' Call at Htio Fifteenth
Miect, or Inquire at 502 Best 'build
lug. FOR RENT Warm room and hoard for
livcj young women; two blocks from
Elm Ktroet line; to minutes walk
from town; modern; 3131Vs Tenth
FOR RENT Three rooms upstairs, un
furnished: water anjl sewer; to re
liable parties'. Inquiro 40S Twenty
FOR KENT Furnished or unfurnished
room for light housekeeping, in pri
vate family. Inquire 6114 Thirty
FOR REN Two modern furnished
rooms fur light housekeeping; also
one sleeping rjum. Inquire 2ai Thir
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room, all
modern, for gentleman, in family of
two. nt 1216 Tnird avenue. Phone
. Ktn-k Island 1223-X.
FOR KENT Two small unfurnished
housekeeping n.Tjm. $7 per month,
convenient to car lines; private fam
ily; 1411 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished modern room
in private family, with board, if de
sired. Inquire at 2S'12 Hlxth avenue.
Phone Rock Island 1292-K.
FOR RENT Modern furnished room
for gentleman. Apply Flat No. 1,
lieges. Inquire 2 7 1 tt Fifth avenue.
Phone Rock Island 1442-K.
FOR RENT Fine room; steam heat, hot
and cold water, gas and electric light;
private entrance: being a large front
room, will accommodate one or two
people. Apply mornings or evenings
at ia:a Sixth avenue.
Masonic Temple. Eighteenth street and
THE STATED MEETING OF
Ik lodge No. 57, A. F. .. M., wi!
xv-s'eW held on the first Thursda
TW of each month. Special for worl
F or y. C. degree, on Thursday
vrt (. a. ii f i'. ).. vvi iiiiiii.11 n,'i.
Visiting bretnren are cordially Invit
ed. Bv order of L. E. riemenway,
W. M.; W. B. Pettit. secreUrjv
ii. A. R.
BCFORD POST. I4J. G. A. R.. meets
regularly on the second and fourth
Saturday evenings of each month at
'i .it) in Memorial hail at the court
1 o-jse. W. M. Johnston, commander;
U 11. Buck, adjutant.
LOST AMD FvCiia
LOST An Eastern Star pin; reward.
Phone Davenport .!. oeorgejonn
FOt'ND Near postofflce. Mssonic Shrine
pin. wjier can nave same iy calllug
at thia vffica and paying for ad.
LET lis handle your property; we sell,
collect rents, look after ail details,
relieve you of all worry. Come in
and see us and we will talk it over.
Eckhart sV Buffum, real estate and
IF TOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or
rent anything, engage help or secure
a situation, the Mail and Journal
wants bring ' results. One-half cent
f er word Is the price to all alike, eash
ii advance: two-cent stamps will do.
Evening Saturday Mall and Journal.
HENRY GAETHJE, proprietor Chip-
plannock nursery. cut flowers and
u-!gr.s of all kinds. City store. 107
S-rond avenue. Phone Rock Island
J 1 Iff.
BICTCLES AND MOTORCYCLES.
TIRES (all makes), accessories, lamna.
efc; cut prices: $35 Flying Merkle
bicycles at wnoiesaie price, jz r.
ar.ge and blue enameled: 345-J10
East Third street. Davenport.
THE. ROCK ISIJAXD
1 eftenifc Lpny
irMtoos Foa. To fAter VeU
,r .ur-xv vou , L Z-ZT"' S V V'l .
J iana Hridva iron worKi akiiii m " rara nr Tn Arms i i m r. . i.irtnrh.anii. I i (w... , -, , , v. :-. ;v ' "t . -vi.vi i
tr.et. j- Behalf street: Vav.ns paid I ?o7. In- I " , - s y K'1 1
WANTED Twelve or fifteen carpen
pentrs to do foundry work. Call
Rock Island 2522. W. II. Salter.
WANTED We want men and boys In
the city and out to learn the barber
trade: can qualify la few weeka for
nest positions: wages while learning;
loo is given. Write KoJer Barber col
lege. Chicago, 111.
WANTED For U. S. array; able-bodied
unmarried men between agea of IS
and 36; citizens of United States, of
good character and temperate habits.
who can speak, read and write the
tngnsn language. For inrorraation,
Apply to recruiting officer, becond and
Brady street. Davenport: 211 South
Third street. Cedar Rapids: Sixth and
Ms in streets, Uubuque; otate anu
building. Rock Island.
WAJCTEU FEMALES HELP.
WANTED Housekeeper; apply Bethany
Home, Ruck Island.
WANTED Girls to do pressing at Ter
bupy's, I1US Third avenue.
WANTED Girl to assist with general
housework at 633 Twentieth street.
Fbone Rock Island 1685.
WANTED Reliable girl to assist with
general housework; good wages. In
quire 788 Seventeenth street.
WANTED Good washerwoman, to. wash
and Iron; one who will call for and
deliver same. Call for Mrs. Roach,
fi?ii Sixteenth street, north side of
hall, after 5 p. m.
WANTED Lady demonstrators and so
licitors; clean work, short hours, ex
cellent salary. Apply W. O. Knee
land, aay evening from 6 to 8 o'clock,
St. James hotel, Davenport.
WANTED Twenty girls for sewing de
partment in our mitten factory; pleas
ant ana steady work; f-peclai induce'
ment t beginners, boss Manufactur
ing company, corner Sixteenth street
and Third avenue, Mollne.
EXCXCSIVB CORSET PARLORS.
latest models and mat. -rials, from
3.60 uu Hme. Uoodwln Corsets, ali
aixes, latest models and materials,
from up. urassieres ana Dust ex
tenders from 50c up. All carefully
fitted at O. H. Grsbbe s, Ladies' Tail
or and Dressmaker. South Putnam
building. Davenport. Established
1302. Fhona aorth 733. .bend for
WE WILLtBOND YOU Executors', ad
ministrators', guardians', trustees, or
any kind of judicial bonds; lodges and
society officers; city, state, or U. e).
government officials; contractors, po
sitions of trust; in fact, any kind of
Dona you wan. (except diii nonasj.
.Terms reasonable. Hayes Cleave-
land, resident managers, fidelity
Deposit Company of Maryland.
Sl'PERFLCOCS hair and mules on face
and arms permanently removed wit I:
one to six needles. Address Miss A. M
Kittredge. Fist 1, Argyle Flats. Bradv
street, JjavenporL Phone Davenport
SWEDISH MOVEMENT Miss A. Eln
arson, gradu.-ited Swedish masseuse.
gives treatment in private homes and
at office by appointment, phone Rock
Island 21iS. Office, 615 Seventeenth
. Lt.1-11- Justice or the Peace:
160v Third avenue. Kock Island. ILL
State of Illinois, Ruck Island Coun
ty In ths County Court of Rock Island
County. Illinois. October term, 1S13.
U. S. Jonnson Company vs. Ernst
Pilat. Ifl Attachment. Deraand,$337.57.
Notice is Hereby given to you, wie said
Ernst Pilat. that a writ of attachment
has been sued out of the office of the
clerk or the county court of said county
of Rock Island, at the suit or the said
U. S. Johnson company, and against the
estate or you, the said Ernst Pilat, for
three hundred and thirty-seven dollars
and fifty-seven cents, besides interest,
directed to the sheriff of said county to
Now. unless you. the said Ernst pilat.
shall personally be and appear before
the county court or said county, on the
first day of the next term thereof, to be
holden at Rock Island, in said county
on the first Monday in the month of
October next, give special bail and plead
to ald action. Judgment will be entered
against you in favor of the said plain
tiff, and the property attached sold to
satisfy the same, with cents.
H. B. JiLBBAKD, Clerk.
Rork Island, I!L. Seot. fj. 1913.
Albert Huber. plaintiffs attorney.
Eslat of Mary E. Custer, deceased.
The undersigned havm . .
olnted adminltirator of the estate of
lary E. Custer, late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that he will aoDear
berore tue Hon, Benjamin Bell, iudice of
the probate court of Rock Island coun
ty, at tne probate court room, in the
city of Rock Island, at the January
term, on the first Monday in January
next, at which time all persons lisvlni
claims sgalnst said estate are notified
and requested to attend for ths purnose
of having the same adjusted. All Der
aons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to
Dated 2Jtn day of September. A. H
J. M. CCSTER.
Jackson. Hurst & Stafford, attorneys.
slice of Fiaal Settlement.
Estate or Ernst Leftler. deceased
Public notice is herebv given that te
undersigned. Albert Hubcf. executor of
the will of Ernst Leffler. deceand. has
this day filed his final report and settle
ment as such in ihe probate court of
Rork Island county, and hearing on
said report has teen set for Nov l
1J3. at 10 o'clock a. ra.. at which time
persons interested mav appear and
make objections thereto, and if no ob
jections are filed, said report will be
approved at that time, and the under
signed will ask for an order of dtstri-
nueton, ana win also ask to be dis
charged. Rock Island. Ill, rvt 11J.
ALBERT HUB ER. Executor.
P4 Be4- -vVtV-iT VOU To j
meet aalle. fi fi cLoem)
OOCiCEftOiAKS, LPtV j J
WANTED To do housecleanlng by the
dav. Inquire 745 Fourteenth-and-a-half
WANTED Lace curtains t3 launder at
1448 Fourteenth street. Mrs. Luella
WANTED Sewing by first class dress
maker; prices very reasonable; at J15
FOR SALE; One table, two Iron couch
es, and gas stove. Inquire 737 Four-tecnth-and-a-half
WANTED To buy furniture, stoves;
win pay uesi price, call KniiT. Mo
line 751; 1620 Third avenue. Uollne.
WANTED Housecleanlng and washing.
ccna postal wun teiepnone and house
number. Mrs. A. Mueller, 315 Twenty-second
WANTED A roommate, by roomer in
private nome; targe room, with sin
gle beds. Inquire 721 Seventeenth
street. Phone Rock Island 2500.
WANTED To rent, by reliable party.
now or ,ut. ao, live or six-room
flat; must be strictly modern, with
heat furnished. Phrone Rock Island
WANTED Otis large room or two
small sleeping rooms, with bath;
must have closet and be, close In.
Phone Kock Island 2545. Call Rey
WANTED Furnace and chimney clean
lng; will also repair chimneys, at rea-
sonaDie prices: gooa worn guaran
teed. Inquire G. W. Rind. 420 Ninth
treet, or pnone ttock island 1063 .
WANTED Position as collector; ad
dress "A. B., care of The Argus.
WANTED Work, by a first class car
penter. Address "J.," care of The
WANTED Work in garage by a No. 1
auto man. Address "K.," care of The
WANTED Work in office by responsible
party with good education. Address
"W.." care of The Argus.
WANTED By married man. a steady
position as driver of delivery car or
wagon. , Address "J. W.," care of The
WANTED Work on farm by the year
by experienced mnn with family;
must have house furnished. Inquire
B. Vansickle. 516 Sixth street, city.
WANTED Agents with some experi
ence In the portrait line. Apply M.
Winfield, New Harper, between 1 and
S p. m.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
ABSTRACTS of title prepared or con
tinued to date covering any real es
tate in the county. Prompt and ac
curate service at reasonable rates.
Rock Island Title c Abstract com
pany; J. J. Ingram, president; W. J.
Sweeney, secretary; 200-203. second
floor. People's .National bank build
ing, kock isiana.
$400 BL'YS half interest in well estab
lished office business; do not answer
unless you mean business; must leave
city at once. Address "109," cars Ar
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In ths County Court or Rock Island
county, Illinois. October term. 1913. In
Attachment. Demand. (8S.4u .
New Iiarpir xioiei Company vs. H.
Nollco Is hereby given to you. the
said 11 -B. Gilmore. tuat a writ of at
tachment has been Issued out of ths
office or the clerk of the county court
of said county of Rock Island, at the
suit of the said New Harper Hotel com
pany, and against the estate of you, the
sr-id H. B. Gilmore. for eighty-six and
forty one-hundredlhs dollars besides
interest, directed to the sheriff of said
county to execute, which said writ has
been returned by said sheriff executed
by levying on the north SS feet of tn
east 50 feet of lot No. 1. in block No. 2;
and the north 60 feet of the west 30
feet of lot No. 1. In block No. 2, in ths
old town of Stephenson, now Kock Is
land, in the county of Kock Island and
state of Illinois.
Now. unlets you. the said II. B. Gil
more, shall personally be and appear be
fore the county couit of said county, oa
the first day of the next term thereof,
to be holden at Rock Island, in said
county, on the first Monday In the
month of October next, give special
ball and plead to said action, judgment
will be entered against you In favor of
aid plaintiff, and the property attach
ed sold to satisfy the same, with coaia,
HENRY B. HUBBARD, Clerk.
Rock Island I1L Sept. 4 1113.
Searle it Marshall, plaintiff s attor.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court,' 113. .
Pearl Plnson vs. Robert Pinion, ia
Affidavit of non-resldenco ef the
above named defendant hrving been
filed in the clerk's office of the circuit
court of said county, notice is there
fore hereby given to the said non-resident
defendant that the complainant
filed her bill of complaint in said court,
on the chancerv side thereof, on the
14th day of August. 113. and thst
thereupon a summons issued out of
said court, wherein said suit is now
pending, returnable on the first Monday
ia the month of January next, as is by
Now. unless you, the said non-resident
defendant above named, Robert
Pinscn. shall personally be and appear
before said circuit court, on tne nrsi
rtry goods store. Ptaotie Rock Island I PH' 1 I iH J t , , , ,
r:69. FOR SALE At a arrifi- eiiht.room II 1 ' V f i ! Ji,S 5 JXU - I
day of the next term thereof, to b;0f the family doctor, who cannot al-
holden st Rock Island. In snd for the! . .
said county, on the flrst Monday in low momnL Then
January next, and plead, answer or de- jt s that Chamberlain's Liniment is
mar to the said complainant's bill of ..,, . -
complaint, the same and the matters never 100. nd wanting. In cases Of
sad things therein charged and stated
will be taken as confessed, and a dc-rr-e
entered against you according to the
traytr of said bill
, . .GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk,
Rock Island, fit. Oct. 13. 111.
OCTOBER 21, 1913.
FOR SALE At a sacrifice, eight.room
house, modern, partly finished in oak;
owner leaving city; must sell at once.
Address "Owner," care of The Argus.
FOR 8ALE A seven-room house, also
nine-room house, at Forty-second
street and Sixth avenue. Rack Island:
lot 6ixl50 feel. Inquire 4-'01 Sixth
FOR SALE Here is a good buy fc-r
.aome one: Ixt 96x196, with five-room
house, fine location; five more houses
can be built on it; only 32,400. Eck
hart & Buffum.
FOR SALE Now is the time to buy a
good Second avenue property. Every
year it is going up. If you want a
business property, see us at once.
Kikliart & Buffum.
FOR SALE A fine home on Fourteenth-and-a-half
street; all modern,
east front, concrete sidewalks, pav
ed asphalt street: price, $3,500. Let
us show you this house: it is a bar
gain. Eckhart & Buffum.
FOR SALE Lots In South Heights,
Bnuth of Aiken sfeet, between
Twelfth and Seventeenth streets; on
easy terms; J25 down, balance in five
years. E. W. Robinson. 1454 Rich
mond street. Phone Rock Island
FOR SALE) Lots in J. G. Schuermann's
Sixth addition, from Fifth to seventn
street and Fourteenth avenue to
Eighteenth avenue: payments. Sa
down, $5 per month . Inquire 1700
Sixth street. Phone Rock Island i:'i)6.
FOR SALE Lots,sln Glenwood. on Elm
street car line. Fourteenth avenue, be
tween Thirty-second and Thirty
fourth streets; lots $850 to $950; also
fine corner lot. Thirty-second street
and Thirteenth avenue, $550; 5 rer
cent oft for cash. A. w. Lamp, 3.iii
Thirteenth avenue. Thone Kock Is
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Launch; call Rock Island
FOR SALE Hupmobile roadster,
model. Phone Moline 013-X.
FOR SALE Pullets, 30c to 75c each, at
536 Webb street. South kock island.
FOR SALE Show cases nnd fixtures;
118 Eighteenth street. Ruck Island,
FOR SALE Gray horse; also buggy:
at 1021 Second avenue. Phone Kock
Island 289. '
FOR 8 ALE Good, serviceable driving)
horse, cheap if taken at once; iiu
FOR SALE Ono hard coal burner In
first class condition. Inquire 710
FOR SALE New White Rotary sew
ing machine; price, $12. Inquire 4121
FOR SALE One hard coal Jewel heat
er, pipe and baseboard; will sell
cheap; 2847 Seventh avenue.
FOR SALE Two-horse farm wagon
and coal box. Inquire Thirty-third
street and .Eighteenth avenue.
FOR SALE One safe, three counters,
two floor cases and four other show
cases. Inquire 4100 Fourteenth ave
nue. FOR SALE Drop head sewing machine,
good as new, $8; also other furni
ture; selling out. Inquire 1530 Sixth
FOR SALE Cheap, one male full blood
srntrb collie. 15 months old: 215
Ninth street. Phone Kock Island
FOR SALE Choice single comb White
Leghorn cockerels, $2 to $5 each. In
quire Henry Fender At Sons. Port
FOR BALE A horse, cheap If taken at
once; weight 1,200 pounus. Call E. E.
Lawyer's cigar store, or phone Kock
FOR ALE One Radiant Lniversal
hard coal burner in Jirst claws con
dition. Phone Rock Island 1599-X. or
1316 Fifth-and-a-half avenue.
FOR SALE Riverside bard coal stove,
good condition. $12; also good rug
and sectional bookcase. Phone Rock
Island 254. Inquire 1610 Eighteenth
FOR SALE Two duck boats; one hi
eqmipped with rudder, sails and pad
dles. Csll during noon hour, or ad
dress H. Herbert, oixteentU
street, Kock Island.
FOR SALE Second hand single cylin
der Excelsior motorcycle, in good
condition, cheap. Inquire Ralph's
lunch stand, opposite Central fire
station. Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE tseven-room boarding and
rooming buze. ail furnished; fine lo
cation; rent only $18 per month; part
cash anu balance on payments; snap;
come and lock it over. Inquire 16i
fcecond avenue. Rock Island. Also
upright piano, good as new, at sams
number; ca.ih. $75.
yOB SAxTe" VVellmpdl 20 -acre
farm; six milea west of Andalusia.
For particulars, see F. J. Behave, the
owner, on the place.
FOR SALE 61-acre farm, well Im
proved; new eight-room house, good
well, all buildings In good condi
tion; located three miies southwest o(
Milan on Ridgewood road. J. M.
Starr, route 2, Milan.
COLLECTIONS MADE Hard accounts
and claims collected. William M.
Walker, lawyer. 111 People s Bans
It is in tima of sudden mishap or
accident that Chamberlain's Liniment
can be relied upon to take the place
sprains, cats, woonas ana bruises
Chamberlain's Liniment takes oat the
soreness and drives away the pain.
Bold by ail drusriets (Adr.)
house, modern, partly ttnUhrd in oak; II - " A 1 , I
I owner leavtns city; must sell at onc. II. , V A j m ,V I
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Copyright 1913. by the Pnnama-Paciflc International Exposition Co.
FACADE OF FESTIVE COURT AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915.
FACADE of the superb East or Festive Court, one of the most
beautiful architectural creations of the Panama-Pacific Exposi
tion. Mr. Louis C. Mullgardt, architect of the Fisheries build
ing at the World's Columbian Exposition In 1S03. Is designer of
this court, whlcn will portray the splendors of oriental architecture.
WHEN THE EARTH QUAKES.
8tresses snd Strains to Which Our
Globe Is Subjected.
Vhen the stairs creiik and the furni
ture gives out mysterious crackling
sounds at night we sometimes sit up In
bed and wonder if there Is a burglar
about, but. it doesn't occur to us that
what we hear Is really nn earthquake
on a small scale. The night air has
caused the wood to contract with a
snap, thus accounting for the alarniin?
sounds. This is just exactly what the
earth is doing periodically. To a
crobe, reposing ou the polished sur
face of the table, this disturbance Is
probably as violent as an earthquake
is to a human being.
An earthquake is a terrible thing. It
comes witNout warning. It Is over be
fore one knows which way to fly, and
!ts fury can be abated by uo man.
Yet to the geologist earthquakes are
only symptoms. They are not causes
bo much as results results of great
stresses and strains within the earth
that causs shippings and sliriings from
time to time. If the rocks on the shell
of the earth slip and grate ngainst
each other so much as an inch along e
fissure ten miles In length a shiver la
felt. A slip of fifteen feet along a
course of 200 miles sufficed to bring
about the terrible San Francisco earth
quake and fire.
These strains and stresses accumulate
steadily within the earth. The point
at which they have once found relief is
weaker to resist the next strain. It
slips again presently. By successive
movements its sides become more nnd
more displaced. Hock layers, mineral
f eins, coal seams that cross the line of
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I MOTHER WOSiD,
displacement, are Jogged out of there,
course. So are roads, fence lines and'
brooks that run across It on the sur
face. In the San Francisco quake one.
man's front yard was moved twenty
feet to one aide of his house, and lit
another place the slip line came so;
close to a man's b",-n that some plieti'
of straw, thrown out from, the win
dows, were carried away. In Japan
cliff twelve feet high Interrupted a rond-'
way. and thousands of similar case,'
might bo cited. These were primary
movements along the line of the dis
turbance that caused the eurthqiiakea..
Brooklyn Eagle. .
Red Water. ,
Apropos of the "red weter" seen In
nnd about salt lakes Mr. V. Whitterou
writes that in all the samples exam
ined by him (at tieelong,' Victoria.
Australia) the color was wholly due.
to a curious little organism, either
oval or round, kw equipped with two?
small flagella or hishlike extensions.
When examined under a microscopo
the bodies of these minute specks of
living matter are seen to be intensely
pigmented with a red coloring matter.
When the brine becomes saturated th
oval form changes to a clreulnr shape.
When such a brine be-.'Sns to crystal-.
Il7.e the resulting salt has a reddish
tinge, and Mr. whirteron suggests
that each organism may b the nucle
us nliout which a crystal forms. New
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