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A, w.-r W . Fi 1 4 A : f"" , . , a euuic til a Maa eerhoy Kent patterns i ' III! 5? 'if' lists vfar the CiUDY-WJaXEKSSftOCa 1- SucsUa StaJaaOa Baesaro OM Sal . VUim riMr) . aV TfT) r cjt. cents. - . vyt, w xu 'Aims.) trx n great .4 vCf meM-trelnt M ' ; jMt Uae Mm tk ar to itfTli DMbt 1 treaty : to wfcrtir m railroad auk e- 1-e storage o 'aiw M Itonu eg. ItVkto total naaeer ot tad , -M ears. Reilreeds are stylac rv tsipwt to large reiaia. , . a-at'tattee WMWl tlW Will Mt 11m thea IwyoBd das cm ot bar - tat to lidwnwn freight. cMBtaf TMr to totif Id be - of cloee cocapetltloa I' practi cally mrr UM of coeuaerce aad Jiaoetry. Saw materials an . ( Ttwes for flalehed sroaveta haw VjMt kept paee. llaMfactnrere eao. . SMrehante hare carefully kept ed- -Vdvhia-VMuda to order not toiments. Tharo to litnrt 'to eiQAND IS GIVEN joaaek-ua wimncaess to duj Wuich w quipmem which vrTC, crmix i 1 bat been to such Inspiring erl-; " deltrerad In thenear future? Jrritfcla InruUJI , ece during Ota laat taree weeks. aiao is tlrf e.uestion r jTha dread of "raaaway" markets flnandag purchases of. new cars. ivr wawnwpiuti .oh 17 m wrn-' auiu utniers ana muuiM:uirerB( be-: Prtoeaaa AjiMteeto, tba CUrelaad arn irtf of Fringe Oenataattne Stock boUn. "Tba tm cu kata on anlntog at tba sraaant rata for aaotker M,QM.000,Mt yoara, and if avman cmlture is to partok H will not be tor lack of atmaaiae. Tnla 1 startling and waJaaaleal atatement was made to the courae ot a recent lecture by Dr. Brante Arrheatoa, the Swedish authoritr on aatrophy siea, to which he explained certain theories and diecoTeries regarding aolar conditions. . , . "Suppose the sun were a mass of coal," said Dr. Arrhealua to order to : illustrate his problem. "GiTiog forth.- heat energy at' the present .rate, it would then have lasted only 4,000 years, or about half as long aa ' the period of known human history. But since there were living thing ot some kind on earth at leaat 1.000,006,000 years ago, and aince there has evi dently been very little deteriora tion of the aua during that perldd of time, any theory of the expendi ture At aolar enerry muet nrovids HAVE GAS PUMP 1 forupwarda ot one hundred billion i i 'i years." " - ': TO , r- , . , . ,v , . - , juougu ills uuucuii iu mierprei y tying thaw that of tall, and lifeless therefore, are turning their atten-J The Rock Island city council yes- Dr. Arrhenius in popular language, .marketa. f . , , tlon toward efficient operation of terdav afternoon voted to cive John ! it mm ha of interaat to ntata his jnarketa. ; , 'r &ou toward efficient operation of i terday afternoon voted to give John ' may he of interest to state his , t onaequenuy,. merenanta, manu- j equipment ana to more economical p. Hand permission to Install a gas- ! general theory. Heavenly, .bodies ZZZX I wn.ue-.--u v- 1 oiine pump in ironi 01 ms oanaing begin as cold nebulous masses 01 ikw vu ummwp iiieir-uci wm hii; hioiinwu; ie-!H zu3 nuvi avenue., A pennon hvdroeenhellum and 'the so-called an ever before if elvine the consent of the DroDerty.nuh.,ii,,m i.iht ttn srissa witn wtytnrougn radiography. .The hy- fiied owners has been Clerk Rudcren. f The meeting of the commiasion- pend on volume to keep their-net 1 abiy will carry ine ; laeoma accounta up' to dividend tar ! r tonnage tltoa ' oulrementa.. Tlre mannfacturers nresent nlanstre successful. i!!L?M!?,,Jltt?t two tlrM .in So far there has been little diffl ini to rleld the aroflt that raanlt-'f.i,i in f,.i .n,.tnm ... ' ! from. the Bale Of one in some Phauw and It U nrnhatil that tho'prs vmterdav noBtnoned a dav be- ' jRTta? 93!'r?$'! iltVtl "f,?8 o their cause of Christmas, was brief Only jwnole 'Mrle8 of heavier elementa, - -k. awwminiiU Btoca wrouguoai me enure (vuuoe uuwaeas whs irauacieu. " 'trade as ft prepare for the coming j coming year, the, Chicago, Bur- . ; icamJtq. Bteel nlants are run-'iiagtan It Qalncy, for example, has -DT .AUTP IT ATJ A. aTmr-AUTl nlt at canadty In'manv lastaneaa nm.r an tri.ht ' "'i! rJaASiJUDrAaU drogen 1b condensed to form the other two elementa, hellumaand ne- bulium. and from these develop a larrreeent and must continue to do for delivery In the .so. for months la order to All or- ders now on the books. Farmers have planted a tremendous acreage ;to wtour wheat and there la no levldeaee of Intent to curtail produc i tioa In spring plantings of agricul tural products. Every acre of cot ton that can be railed will be , raised.' - j Bufidtng operations give no signs .of alackening. On the other hand. , i there Is evidence that, they will continue at a record rate for more ! than a year to come. - Quiet TraasMrt. -j 1 All of this caeana that railroads j will have to carry more raw mate' l rial", they will have to transport . more finished 1 products and will have to carry them faaler than in ; 1912. Their preaent equipment as (It was handled this year will not enable them to meet these require- next three months. Roads are Improving roadbeds and lumber companies are being besieged with orders for ties and heavy bridge timbers. The lumber requirements ipt new freight cars alone will be of huge proportions next year. Tie orders from Eng lish and East Indian roads also are piling up. A number of new cut offs and additions will be built by carriers before the new year is three -months old. Indication of mis activity is seen . in the an nouncement that the Colorado Fuel WALLOS FOB THEFTS the most abundant of which is iron. After this stage has been passed, the radioactive elements again re solve themselves into unstable ele ments and produce helium. This chemical process, going-on in cy cles, accounts for the lavish pro- Via VifcVV AyvUii N Martin Karasek and Paul Walloa, Bettendorf youths,' arrested - by ! duction ot light and heat by. the Davenport police for thefts from' gun. x 1. ' . the Emeis-Hansen drug store andj n Never Bead. th Gramp Motor company, are be-1 ' . , . 1 , lieved to have been responsible fori , ecomf8 fde,tuf "Jd a series ot petty thefts which hve : ftar8? D.r- A"?elUnB -SSh0 been reported to the police in the ! tt'8 Question that celeetlal bodies last few days - which have burned out may flame The drug atore reported the loss'P in in case they happen to ot an 18 toilet set and the motor wander into nebulous regions company claimed that a propeller I where condensation and production shaft valued at $22 was missing, of heat again takes placet ThUB he Thp two hnv aro Raid tn have ho.n explained the diacoveriea of new & Iron company will start no its i arrested on nreirious occasions in 'stars which are frequently- an- rall mill Jan. 1 as well as two ad-j pavanport. jnounced by astronomers. ditlonal blast furnaces. Heavy rail h ' I Dr. Arrhenius paid a tribdteto orders are pouring into the middle R. "t Clean Towel Service. Phone 'the successful work of American west steel plants. Christmas Savings club now open. Rock Island Savings Bank. R. I. 2439. astronomers, remarking wistfully that, to addition to bright skies, Christmas Savings dun now they are also favored -by ample crn. Rock Island Savings Bank. ' funds for research and experiment. 7 IS SfS II a s H 9 3 11 : 2 l s i! i l i is; is 1 1 t a f s 3 S !i m m ae w i I i : a i i i l i J I 5 : - i i ;:' imimimiiHiniiHUiiiitiiiii iiihim mi mn mi iiiiiiiimiiiiuiiiHHHiiiiiiinimiHHBHHiiniiiiiBiiiiiiiHiiffis;roii liyilWIInrujI MoorMan Mineral Mixture MoorMan's Mineral Mixture Is a Scientifically Developed Prepar ation Every Ingredient of Which Renders- Specific Aid in Benefiting Hogs. THE formula used is not a, "guessed-at" of "happen-chance" formula but instead has been perfected after many years of experimenting in our own laboratory and research work and also by observing results ooiainea oy s&tisnea customers. ' J W fE regret in the extreme that' we find it neces sary, In order to protect our interests and . the many well 8atisfiad customem in hu territory, to state that some -competitive repre sentatives are telling the grossest of lies regard ing this formula. Certain men have claimed to stockmen that this formula contains sand and has ' strongly Intimated, as rnucn to many other cus tomers. They know-this la falsa as well as we know It These same men have been given the heartiest of Invitations to visit our factory and see 1 for themselves exactly what ingredients are used , in the manufacture of MoorMan Mineral Mixture nut aa they do not desire to know, the truth but , preferring to resort to low, unscrupulous methods1 to secure business, they have not availed them selves of this opportunity. . -There is not on? ounce of this substance pr any other ussiess ingredient used in the manufacture, , of MoorMan's Mineral Mixture. Each and every ingredient has and does a specific good and the formula -as a whole used in the manufacture of MoorMan's Mineral Mixture is we believe abso- ' lutely without equal as to quality. It is hoped ' that our,customers who have used these goods so many years will cooperate fully in helping to ; stamp out all low unscrupulous practices above re erreo; o. f MoorMan's Mineral Mixture b Your Best Profit-Maker .fronl "f1? tMted experlmenU conducted on many hundreds of hoes in our nm ; fwtoieat stations here at the factory; also from teatsSnade bvny customer? ' tom. 2ZX,W?$ and ,ar Wo erTurprofit to ou'r cu,! tomers an average ot two dollars for every single dollar invested In them. - See the MoorMan Man For Ypur Supply heJiuMyT ;..,'. - . - ' ' . ; MoorMan Manufacturing Co. 1 Qulncy, Ulinoi , 3. is a ( '.. .( .. . 'r;-y! - ;,s' . Qsincy, Illinois .'.'' S ' 'g V:,;;- iL .... . ; ' .- , 1 w Stout Dresses 1 AU&hLf) Women's wool 1 ft rw 1 l ' tri"thif. id - a- T '1 . : W . '.t'VIl ,UU II lilt . S Jav I mr "tyI'R. Siaes J ra ' f t0 r'n' For" ! S I j'i' priced to j 'i:Extra:ISpeaal!l 1- Sale (Betwem Chmim and New Years) Between Christmas and New Years, after the brisk Christmas selling, we find that there are many short lots and odds and ends of good dependable merchandise, and in drder to dispose tof them in a. hurry we cut the price . It offers-trjr you an opportunity to save on many of your needs. 1 - Wbmeirs Outer Apparel At Radical Reductions An annual event that always provides the utmost in values! Ccr rectly styled, well tailored.coats and dresses are presented at pro nounced savings. , ? Women's and Misses' $5 Frolaeet Corsets - $2.95 A special purchase of about 100 Frola: set treat lace cor aAs enablea ua to offer them at $2.95. Dresses $14.95 Fall and whiter models of Poiret- twill. canton crepe, wool jersey and combination. in sites IB, 18, 33 and priced up to.$29.50,- .4. 38 only. Formerly Women's and Misses' ' ..'.' ';Coats;.":" $2950 Finely taijored carments of the. beat wool fabrics, mostly fur trimmed. Blouse back, mannish tailored and straightline belted models, formerly priced up to $49.50. . $5 House Robes- $3.75 k omen s and misses house robes of corduroy and Beacon blanket cloth ' ia, neat colors A GirV Coats I Silk Chemise, Price $4.00 Silk Chemise $1.98 These silk chemise should have been ' here before Christmas, but as tlisy just arrived, we will sell them at half price. , Srn4 FImt) . Girls' winter coats of bo'ivia, chin chilla, v e I o ur, broadcloth and plush. Sizes 2 to 14. I'oruierly priced up to $17.50. ' $5.98 Silk ;! WaisU $3.95 ' 45 women's sift crepe blouses, bead1; ed and embroid ered. As long is they last, special $3.05. - i During our sales of the past 60 days, we nave, accumulated short ends and broken, lines of cotton goods that we will sacrifice Thursday for quick clearance. Yard Wide Perpale ... Fancy Dress Ginghams . Plain Color Ginghams . Fancy Outing Flannels. 38-inch Muslin ..A... Comforter Challie '.... All at 0a Price lOc YARD On Bargain Square x Thursday . Pattern Table Cloths Round Scalloped ar Square Hemstitched, these cloths were ordered for th holiday trade but arrived only two days before Christmas. cougnt to sell tor Slj each. Ave have over 100 of them f t and will sell them Thursday at eacU 7 98c AH Pure Linen Table Damask 70 inches wide, all pure Hnen, neils refularly at yard. Limit 5 yards to each and no phone orders S2.1 p?r accepted on this item, yard I $1.25 - Serge and Plaid Dress Goods This lot consists of about 10 pieces of 36 inch goods that sold up to i $1.00 per yard. For ijuick clearance, .A Tbursriav. -Tarri . .. - .. , ttMr ' -. Val Laces and Insertions All broken sets of rdses and insertions, many' that have sold np io iac per yam in one n:g. lot at one i' p" price Thursday, yard ,r..:.....,.j, OC (Haia Flaan v . Mens Dress Shirts Shown, in scores of different stnffcd patterns, in all sixes, and a very gocd value at each .............. 88c Childress Hose Childrp" fine mercerized lisle hose, heavy weight, siaes CA to All first quality, regular price 50c, Thurrdsy, QC pair OOC Women's" Wool Hose Women's wool sport hoseTn the popular heather mitture. The regular 51.00 grad with slight imperfections. Cfl I'air OyC 1C0 Dresser 'Scarfs'' Lace edge dresser scares, former ly priced up to $1.00 f ' at each AvC Tom Sawyer Blouses We are continuing the sale of these famous , Tcra Sawyer blouses for buys.' A wonderful value at . 7l 2' each ... .. Novelty Jewelry One large group of novelty jewelry coasisting of bar pint, bracelets, barrctts; collar pins, etc. Values up tp $1.00 CQ at each ;. .1 OiJC ' 245 Hair Brushes Including some Pulmsn shapes. extra good quality bristles at each . . . , 39c Art Needlework One group of art needlework; consisting of made up pillows, scarfs, night gonns, children'! dresses, elc., i lesa (Uln Floor) 5000 Bars Cream Oil Soap g "7" ECONOMY BASEMENT ' ". -'v ' 1 . . 1 ... ... ' Men's Shoes'V Men's Trousers Broken lota of the regular ; , :. T . .... S4 00. $450. $5.00 and S5J50 v iU8t"? p,irs ' ' " lot cf grade ia either work or wa? lrk - drea. Siae. to 12. 1 m""1, Women's Shoe, Women',' Bbomers 13.45 ojs- . Xfomn't S4.S0 and SSJ0 rec oxfords and straps in black ' ' trauen's aateea ' bloomers, or brown. kid or calf, pat- ; well made and full cut. en t -oxfords, beaded or plain : Several color to choose ; satins, one or two strap. frem. . aniiisii i ii V :ily through a special purchase cu, .e sell this lCc t'reneX'il soup at i ars for 20c. ' Jtaia n'oor) .. -iii ..... n i ....... r- ! Remnants 1 Remnants! - Remnants! Price A brge assortment of tM and ends that aceumuVtfd during cur britk sa'es of the past 60 diya, an sale Thursday at half price. Included . Lace Curtains, Drapery Materials, Cre tonnes, Scrims, Marquisettes afcd 'Curr tain Nets , . - tThlrti Floor - . Y TO? All the -News All the Time The Argus i I !