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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1912.
News From Foreign Lands
Parts French fanner are threat
ened with a new scourge in the form
or a parasite which attacks potatoes.
It la an Insect which In It adult state
becomes a butterfly, but which as a
larva burrows tunnels In the potatoes
and stalks, killing the plant and ren
dering the root totally unfit for food,
even for animals.
In New Zealand, Algeria and Portu
gal the parasite has caused veritable
disasters. In France Us ravages have
been confined to the department of
the Var, w here It has been practically
Impossible to pick up one sound po
tato from the last crop.
The ministry of agriculture Is taldng
measures to prevent the spread of this
Insect plague and farmers are being
shown how the incect may be de
stroyed by a frequent use of sulphate
Madame Tvette Gullbert has finally
completed the plans of her "House of
Art," the little theatre In which she
propose, to have played only the
OTk of the leadlnr Doets and tlav-
wrights, as well as those of members
of society whose talent9 as authors
remain yet undiscovered.
"J am jrolng to give," 6aid Madame
Gullbert, "real poetry and real music.
With that object in view I have gath
ered together a carefully picked little
orchestra and I have addressed my
self to a number of poets w-ho will re
veal to the public their favorite works.
I am convinced that there are a num
ber of p'-rsons of great talent whose
works only reach a small, exception
ally colturod circle of readers, and I
fatter myself that I have discovered
fome mind whw productions would
fee very acceptable to the intellectual
Researches of two French scientists
show, it is asserted, that no fewer than
H.O'ifi.fifio microbes per cubic yard
were found Id the air of the room at
a r -cent exhibition of nictures in
Parlx. Tents made show that in the
crowded downtown section of Paris
" each cubic yard of atmosphere con
tains an average of 45,000 microbes,
while In the late afternoon when the
crowd Is di-ti8( st. the number laps
to !n.im)i. The top notch figures for
the own air come from the fashiona
ble avenue of the Ilois de Boulogne,
where on a du.-tv Sunday afternoon
' total cf 57.".fOn microbes per cubic
yurd were mcaHiired. In a general
way it Is found that the number of
microbes has doubled in Paris in the
Last 30 years.
The war In Tripoli, which continues
in a desultory fashion, has given
scientists, particularly archaeologists,
an opportunity to make valuable ex
aminations and discoveries in ancient
ruins. When the Arabs and Turks
were driven from Aln-Zara, a great
mosaic, consisting of many temples
and of numerous maenlficent pieces of
sculpture, was found in the outskirts.
A little further on the scientists
came upon an even more interesting
discovery. This was a vast Roman
villa, with fountains, ba'hs and bath
ing pools. During the life of the Ro
mans, Ain-Zara and its environs was
a center of elegant life, according to
several hiFtorians, and these discov-
HITT TAKES A HAND
IN SALVADOR'S WAR
eriea go to prove the truth of their
The great feature In the Paris world
of fashion this winter Is the mantle.
In making this garment the wonderful
skill of the furrfer is shown at its best.
The way in which furs are draped,
cut, fashioned and disposed like the
supplest velvet in hundreds of taste
ful combinations has never been done
before. One of the most surprising
adaptations of furs is the reversible
coat, the inside of which is made of
one kind of fur and the outside of an
other, both so perfectly put together
that they seem to be a single skin and
permitting the wearer to put on the
coat inside out. Thus a coat made of
black breitchwantz with collar of er
mine, on being turned inside out ap
pears as a coat of ermine with collar
of breitchwantt. adapting itself at will
to the color scheme of the dress worn
Berlin The trend toward con
solidation in industry and the dis
placement of small factories and es
tablishment by large ones, which
nowhere has been more marked that
in Germany during the past 40 years
Notes of the Farm
I i )
V . v .
A. r A
Thirty - two farmers institutes
have so far been held this winter in
the 17 th district under the direction
of Director S. B. Mason of Blooming-
ton. Of these Logan county had one,
McLean seven, Ford 11, Livingston
seven, and Woodford six. One more
will be held in McLean at Carlock
February 1, and perhaps several
others in Ford in the month of Feb
The Cullom Chronicle saps that
the number of farm sales held in
that vicinity the past fall and during
the winter, is the smallest in years,
and that this is one of the best indi
cations of the prosperity of the farm
ers in that section.
Plans are being formed by officers
of the Winnebago County Farmers'
Institute to create greater interest
In good farming. "Top Notch clubs,
however will not be formed until
there are men in the county who can i
raise 100 bushels of corn per acre;
instead the institute officers will con-
! duct an "acre contest" during the
Daily United States Weather Map
is brought out by statistics just pub-i . . ,0,0
. . . . I corn growing season of 1912. The
llSu , , I Rockford National bank through the
These show an actual decrease m; ... ,
.'institute offers the sum of$200 m
the numbers of plants in some or . . . . ...
J , j. , , . leash prizes for the best acre yields,
the leading industries in Germany, j ghow h com
while the aggregate product has, exhibited to
been multiplied many times. The be ' Winnebago county.
number of works producing crude .
iron has decreased since 1873 from I
24 4 to SO, and the number of blast'
furnaces from 379 to 303, yet the;
average annual output of each estab-;
Ikhir.ent has risen from 9,182 tons
to 149,430 tons and the total pro-,
ducticn of pig iron- from 2,240,000 j
tons to 14,703,000 tons. '
In 1X70 the amount of coal pro-
iduced, by the ??o mining compan
ies averted only .'3,693 tons per
lon.pany, but in 1910 the average
, was 43u,"i90 tons for each of 318
j In the beet sugar industry, though
! the entire pr oduction of Germany
R.S .REYNOLDS HITT
Reynolds H!tt. T'nlfod Stnlcs min
ister to lSi:nt-n-.a::i. has become an
active figure In the revolution In
Salvador Mnce President Cabrar
Cf (iiiatenuila brirsn to 1 r.d tissiM
ence to the revolutionists. Hitt. lift
ing upon orders from Secretary
Knox in Wnsl'.lnptnn. has notified
Cabrera that the Washington treaty
Of 1907 must be Iivd up to. or hi
government will Incur the wrath of
Charles E. Stewart, of Randolph,
has 50 acres of fall wheat that looks
to be in good condition, though he
has not examined it since the ice
came on it. Last year he raised 32
bushels to the acre of wheat that
tested 63 pounds to the bushel from
22 acres on which only a little over
18 bushels of seed were sown.
Farmers who live in the vicinity
of Lafc'aile declare that the recent
cold weather is hard on the live stock
and tiiat this is one of the worst win
ters for feeding within the memory
r . i ..1.3 . . t i . a
r-rss risen from 256,4 12 tons in 1S75 ul u" ' ,"e laru,r
Uo C.r,i2.?2S tons in 1910. the num-declared that in spite of comfortable
i',r f fartorlrs increased cnly from Quarters and sufficient feed his stock
?,::3 to J',1. but their average annual iost weifht constantly: he knew for
o.-trut l!,ere-ed almost tenfold, i the, stock was sighed regularly to
fre;.-. 770 tons to 7.09S tons. Th:nad out how ration3 were agreeing.
tn-at st chang" occurred In the I
bn-w-p-: industrv. tl:e 13,030 brew-i The Gil5sn Canning company at
'erics of 1 874 being now represented Gii,6'in City- is already contracting
bv onlv 4.329. Each brewery pro-: for the 1 9 1 2 sv'eet corn acreage, and
tiufod onlv 199,000 gallons of beer i the interpst among the farmers is re
in 1874, but now the 4,329 estab- P"a increasing; aue, pernaps,
lishments are averaging 3.2878.400 i to the Profitable method of following
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
WIUJS L. MOORE. Chief.
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I i aV - -iov Ku, ; -?& s ot.
laOBABfi,3i oontincrvllna8,putlir(iihpoiiitaof qnAlstl
wirdniM, or aotuxl llnon. riunthrantb mtnUof eqtul tmn
psrjumj. toey wVl oa irawn onl j tor Mro. frexui, 90. mad llA-.
BTKBCtl Indicate nte of weather: Q elaart Q partly
akndr; Q oloodr; ralni cnowi (g) raport
I manm. Airtm nj with tba wind. First Ignra, 1 await tam
I VSr?lun for ! 12 nacre; eccrad. M-hour rainfall. J It aanals
, ia inobi third, wind Taiocitr it 10 miiai par aour or mora.
OKECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND, DAVENPORT, MOLIJfE AND VTCTNITY.
Unse tiled with snow tonijht or Sunday. Colder tonight with the temperature
The low that was yesterday over
Iowa has moved to the middle Atlantic
coast, while the north Pacific storm
center has advanced to Colorado.
These disturbances have caused rain
or snow on the Pacific and west gulf
i coasts and in the territory from the
j northern Rocky mountain sections and
I the upper Missouri valley to the north
j Atlantic coast. The northwestern
area of high pressure and low temper
j ature has increased in intensity and is
central over the valley of the Red
i River of the North. The temperatures
CSgT &0 R EP0B7 R
I have todny strange narrative to relate. Yet I sw-ear by the frolic
some whiskers of Confucius all Is most veracious trijth.
K:' joying in eai ly morning hours rice wine highball in most hon-on-!.
If bar of hotel, am astound by big noise of distant gun firing. I im-m-:
airly knew there was battle. Endeavored diligently to hire convey
. ante to trsiifcport me to combat scene. No chance. Every slant-eyed
Willi- i-i town scared stiff.
Klicl garrihon commander kindly agree permission to your humble
correspondent ride Into the skies on giant kite of signal corps that he
niicl't kMio over bills where battle raged.
I bravely accept with no hesitation. , "
"What is life of one worm like I?" I ponder. "Readers of the Argus
mi'st p a latest dope. Anyhow, Excelsior is my middle name."
Mile in :ir 1 go aboard honorable kite. I bear dull boom. Honorable
Lite en lurch, sink. I am ill at the stomach. I look down and perceive
municipal chop suey factory is blown up with bomb. Soldiers unutterably
disrupt your correspondent by letting go kite string and running to as
certain reason for excitement.
1 line. horror-struck, to behind appendage of very honorable kite. I
am transferred by most powerful wind over camp of Imperialist army.
Messy death stare me In countenance, to considerable embarrassment of
your correspondent. Teeth click with fear. Sound like Ethiopian crp
game with the cop pounding ear at the other end of beat.
Came thundering charge of mandarin's horse soldiers its I descend.
I alight with much grace In rear mighty General Blooey Rlooey on great
".hite nag In forefront of battle. Inspiration. Violently I tickle Gen.
Plooey In honorable ribs. Loud shout he In amazement and tumble to
ground while your correspondent spur most noble beast on. Ride into
Republicans' lines In great safety. O ffer much praise and thanks to
Intelligence oome by trusty messenger honorable Dowager Empress
at Peking Is sore peeved.
Angrily declares she shopkeepers aid revolutionist cause and conspire
against most honorable self. Went forth on purchase bent of blue plume
for honorable spring lid. One hundred taela she did pay in cold cash
and flow Into fury when much despised shopkeeper gave her no trading
Menial In palace sends to me Information her honorable majesty threw
fit bsvlng gained privacy of bo-dwar and kicked down chandeliers.
Majeety must be quite agile lady
I'm taking a chance on the whiskers. Most honorable encyclopedia
unfortunately neglects to state whether Hon. Con had any.
The regulation of all the publi
clocks by wireless energy is the
up the sweet corn with wheat plant
Charles J. Spooner and Bert Smith,
progressive and ambitious plan Just ,of Maroa, sold something over
adopted by the secretary of tbe lm-;uean OI urses ana muies recent
perial postcUce department. j for ?,0.0,- Teams sold from ?3J
According to the project of the!to 405- ue horse wrought J260
Inventor, an electrician named Fer
dinand Schneider, which has received
Livingston County Farmers' Insti-
are decidedly below zero In eastern
North Dakota and western Minnesota
and the attendant cold wave has ex
tended southeastward to Iowa. The
eastward movement of these condi
tions will be attended by unsettled
weather in this vicinity, with snow to
night or Sunday, and colder tonight.
High. Ijow. Prep.
Atlantic City 26 22 .42
Boston 16 10 .00
Buffalo 16 10 .01
Rock Island 32 16 .00
Denver 64 34 .00
Jacksonville 72 56 .00
Kansas City 54 30 .00
New Orleans 74 56 .00
New York 24 16 .06
Norfolk 44 28 .10
Phoenix 76 46 .00
St. Louis 50 1 30 .00
St. Paul 16 -6 .01
San Diego 62 50 .08
San Francisco 56 48 .38
Seattle 54 42 .42
Washington 24 20 .40
Yellowstone Park ... 20 .06
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
the support of the military and na-!lule 18 Planning a fioys corn grow
val authorities, a central station will,inS contest for next year similar to
be erected near Fulda, centrallv sit-!tne one held in win county last year,
uated for the whole empire. It will'IaI'Se cash prizes will be offered and
have a tower 325 feet high, fromiruIes formulated governing it by a
the top of which the electric waves j committee appointed at the Pontiac
will be discharged at one minute in- meeting last week. J. C. Meis, of
trvals, affecting the hands of all ' Fairbury, is the chairman, and I. H.
the clocks In the system. Three j Hull, of Saunemin, secretary. The
clocks will be employed In the Cen-!comn3lttee iu have another meeting
tral station, switching in inter
changeably to guarantee absolute ac
curacy. It Is planned to have only one re
ceiving clock in each town, other
timepieces In the same place being
connected with it on the ordinary
electric circuit now In use.
Preparatory steps have already
been taken toward erecting the cen
tral establishment at Fulda. The
inventor guarantees that the system
will work with absolute accuracy and
that the waves cannot be Interfered
soon and make formal announcement
of the plan.
M. A. Kraschsl, of Macon, recently
sold 28 head of hogs at an average
of $D6 a head.
dean csal t toX I
Honolulu The wife of Lieutenant
Colonel Wilson Y. Stamper, attach
ed to the Second Infantry, was drown
ed while bathing in the surf.
All the news all the time The Argua.
- r Rat Killer
Rat and Roach Paste
kills off rats, mice, cock
roaches, waterbugs and
tt la ready for nae. economic!, reliable sad
old under an absolute runsic of noaey
tack U It (alls.
Bold by drnrrlats rverrvbrra. Ba son to
ret the rennloe: 2Sc sod tlM. Steams'
Eloetrlo Put Co., Cbicaco, IU,
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
ty ss :
In the Circuit Court. In Chanrerv.
'Partition, (iencral No. 606n.
Chorles C. Wilson. -t al.. comnlaln-
wlth bv tfrna if thar aJi... ... anta. v. Annie: Wilson nd Annie wjl-
!. yJlw tireless Sta- eon. guardian of Catherine Wilson. Mar-
tlons. The service, It is thought, Kret Wilson, and Jamis Lewis Wilson,
owing to the great number of clock, M BivPn that by vlrtue
wuj!.!! wiu. uv touuo.iea rrom tne j oi a uecree oi said court, entered in the
one station, will be comparatively in- ?bove nt!t'd S""uev " ,e 25h day of
expensive and the obvious advantage ; the lTth day of February. A. D. 1912. at
of absolutely uniform time through
out the country has also, it ! under
stood, appealed to the postofnee
0XCE T. Jt.'S J2NE31Y;
NOW WORKS FOR TIIM
Ormaby McHarc, former assistant
secretary of the department of Com
merce and Labor who resigned, it
waa said, upon invitation after he
had repeatedly criticised Roosevelt,
then president, is now chief of staff
of the force of Oeoras W. Perkins
has at wo.k trying to line up na
tional delegates for the celoneL
Saves Two Lives.
"Neither my sister nor myself might
be living today if it had not been for
Dr. King's New Discovery." writes A.
D. McDonald of FayitteviHe. N. C, R.
F. D. No. 8, "for we both had frightful
coughs that no other remedy could
htKp, W were told my sister hed con,
sumption. She was very weak and
had night sweats, but your wonderful
medicine completely cured us both.
It's the be6t I ever used or heard of."
For sore lungs, coughs, colds, hemor
rhage, lagrippe. asthma, hay fever,
croup, whooping cough all bronchial
troubles it's supreme. Trial bottle
free. 50 cents and $1. Guaranteed by
tne hour or 10:15 u cluck In the lore
noon, at the east door of the court
house in the city of Hock Island, In
said county of Rock Island, to satisfy
said decree, sell at public auction, to
the highest bidder, for cash in hand,
the certain parcels of land, situate In
the county of Rock Island, and state of
Illinois, known and described as fol
lows, to-wlt: The south half H) of
the southeast quarter (4 of section
number eight &; the south half ( )
of the southwest quarter ( Vi ) of sec
tion number eight ; and the north
half (H) of the northwest quarter ( V )
of section number seventeen (17), all in
township number sixteen (IS), north of
range, number one (1), west of the
fourth (4th) principal meridian; pro
vided the said bid upon each piece or
parcel shall be equal to at least two
thirds of tbe valuation put upon the
same, as shown by the report of the
commissioners heretofore appointed by
the court to make partition thereof, or
the aggregate proceeds of the sale of
all the said lands shall be equal to at
least two-thirds of such valuation.
Terms of sale, cash in hand.
Dated at Rock Island. 111., this 25th
day of January, A. D. 1912.
JOSEPH L. HAAS.
Master in Chancery, Hock Island Coun
Bearle Jb Marshall, complainant's solicitors.
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Moline office open only on Wed
nesday afternoons and evenings,
t to t, and Sunday mornings,
Cor. 4th A Brady Sta, Daves part.
Hours: Every day. a. m. to S
p. m., except on Wednesdays open
only from 9 a ,m. to 12. Closed on
Sundays. Consultation free.
(By wire from E. W. Wagner & Co.,
Grain, provisions, stocks and cotton.
Local offices at Rock Island bouse. Rock
Island. 111. Chicago offlce. 98-99-100.
Board of Trade. Local telephones. No.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS
May, 101?,, 102, 101. 102.
July, 95. 9G, 95, 9GVi.
September. 94 94, 94, 94.
May, 67, 67, C.6, CC.
July, 67, C7, fiCTg, CG.
September, C"Vi. C7, 67, 67.
May, 50, 51, 50. 50.
July, 45. 4G, 45, 45.
September, 40, 41, 40, 40.
January, closed 15. S5.
May, 1G.30, 16.40, 1G.30, 1G.35.
January, 9.20. 9.22, 9.20, 9.22.
May, 9.40. 9.47, 9.37, 9.45.
January, 8.55. 8.60. 8.55, 8.57.
May, 8.S0, 8.S5. 8.80, 8.S2.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Corn No. 3 63 '4 634, No. 3 w 64'
R64. No. 3 y 63G3. No. 4 61
62. No. 4 w 6363. No. 4 y 62
G2. sgm 59 60, sgy 59 ft 61.
Oats No. 2 50, No. 2 w 51 52,
No. 3 w 6151, No. 4 w 5050,
Wheat No. 2 r 99100. No. 3 r
97 99. No. 2 hw 101 104. No. 3 h w
98 102, No. 1 ns 111112, No. 2 ns
108 110, No. 3 ns 102 108, No. 2 s
102 107, No. 3 s 98 106, No. 4 s 90
102, vc 90 105, durum 90 105.
Wheat closed to up.
Corn closed up.
Wheat 17 5
Corn 519 1
Oats 139 C9
To- Last Last
flay. Week. Year.
Minneapolis 423 250 303
Duluth 16 12 56
Winnipeg 463 336 24
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today 700.U00 190,000
Year ago 649,000 240,000
Corn today 1.372,(ti0 684,000
Year ago 1.235,000 693.000
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs 32,000. Left over 4,100. Slow
at yesterday's average. Light 5.60
6.20. Mixed 5.85 6.33. Heavy 5.&5
6.45. Rough 5.95 6.10.
Cattle 1,000. Dull and weak.
Sheep 6,000. Weak.
Nine O'Clock Market
Hog market slow and 5c lower than
yesterday's best. Light 5.60 G.20.
Bulk 6.10 6.30. Mixed 5.85 6.35. Pigs
4.15 5.40. Heavy 5.95 6 37. Good
6.106.37. Rough 5.95 6.10. York
ers 6.05 6.15.
Cattle dull and weak. Beeves 4.70
8.40. Stockers 3.60 5.90. Texana 4.40
5.75. Cows 2.106.65. Westerns 4 65
7.ft0. Calves 5.50 8.25.
Sheep weak. Natives 3.15 4.75.
Lambs, native 4.406.80. Westerns
3.50 4.75. Yearlings 4.805.60.
Close of Market.
Hog market closed slow and gener
aly the same as early. One load of
heavy sold at 6.40. Light 5.60 6.20.
Bulk 6.106.30. Mixed 5.856.35.
Heavy 5.956.37. Rough 5.956.10.
Cattle weak. Top 8.40.
Sheep weak. Top 4.73. Lambs weak.
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Kansas City 4,000 500
Omaha 6,200 100 200
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 52,000 28,000 30,000
Hogs next week. 210,000.
NEW YORK STOCKS,
New York, Jan. 27. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Union PaciHc 1G4
V. S. Steel preferred Ill
U. S. Steel committee 64
Rock Island preferred 50
Rock Island common 24
Southern Pacific 108
New York Central 109
Missouri Pacific 39
Great Northern 129"4
Northern, Pacific 110
Ijouisvilie & Nashville 151
Canadian Pacific 230
Chesapeake & Ohio 71
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 78
Baltimore & Ohio 104
St. Paul 100
Lehigh Valley 160
Republic S;eel common 24 V
New York, Jan. 27. Clearing house
membeis' average: Loans, increase
$21,980,000; specie, increase $15,923,
000; legals, decrease $772,000; depos
its, increase $28,430,000; reserve, in
crease $8,790,000; actual loans, in
crease $23,613,000; specie, increase
$12,389,000; legals, decrease $1,326,000;
deposits, Increase $19,890,000; reserve,
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Jan. 27. Following are the quota
tions on- the local market today:
Eggs, 35 c.
Butter Dairy, 35c; creamery, 45c
Lard. 12 c.
Feed and FueL ,
Clover hay, $15. v
Forage Timothy hay, $20 to $23.
Wild hay, $14 to $17.
New corn, 55c to 58c.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack,
Acre, Palestine Seven of the crew
of the British steamer Argo were
drowned when the vessel waa wreck
ed off the coast.
By virtue of an execution Issued out
of the clerk's offlce of the circuit court
of Rock Island county, and state of
Illinois, and to me directed, whereby I
am commanded to make the amount of
a certain judgment recently obtained
against August Cable. In favor of A. II.
Liitt, out of the lands, tenements, goods
and chattels of the said August Cable.
I have levied on the following describ
ed property, to-wlt: Lot seventeen (17),
block 174. In EaHt Mollne. liock Island
Therefore, according to said com
mand. I shall expose for Hnle at public
auction, all the right, title and Interest
of the above named August Cable In
and to the above described property, at
10 o'clock a. m., on Tuesday, the 13th
day of February. 1912. at the east door
of the court house in Itock Island coun
Dated at Rock Islnnd. 111., this 20th day
of January. A. I), l'jiz.
O. L. BRUNER
Sheriff Rock Island County.
Real Estate and Stock of
Bought, sold and exchanged. If you
want to buy or have anything to sell
or exchange let us hear from you.
NATIONAL BROKERAGE CO
470 Ohio street. Terre Haute. Ind.
!E2i(Bs 3rr Safe
At less than you can build them for.
We have a nice cottage In Soutb Rock
Island, about Ave year old; baa four
rooms and big attic good well, lot 7x
UO; J4uu down and balance at 10 per
n-oulh. A real snap at $1,800.
A brand new cottage, near Brashar
street, facing Watch Tower car lines
has five rooms and pantry, electric
lights, furnace, good wen and cistern,
lot Is 6ixl6i. Priced for a quick sale;
HUBBARD & T0NN
405 Best Building
Phone 333. Bock Island, 111.
Residence, 810 West Third street
Davenport. Phone North sJ-T.
Kotlea of Publication.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. To the May
term, 1912. In Chancery. No. 6712.
Theophil Bousson vs. Emma Bousson.
Affidavit of non-residence of the above
named defendant. Emma Bousson. hav
ing been filed in the clerk's oHlce of the
circuit court of said county, notice is
therefore hereby given to the said non
resident defendant that the complainant
filed his bill of complaint In said court
on the chancery side thereof, on the
27th day of December, 1911. and that
thereupon a summons issued out of said
court, wherein said suit is now pending
r. 1 ii rnu 1 il. ri n thi, RraF V( , . H .. .. . . .
month of Mav next, aa la t.v
Now, unless yon. the said non-resident
defendant above named. Mm mi
,uu.u... urM ana appear
uciwic paiu viruuii tuun, on inn nrst
day of the next term thereof. a ba
mci, m n iiuiiu, iu una lor SUWl
county, on the nrst Monday In May
next, and plead, answer or demur to the
said complainant's bill of complaint, the
same and the matters and things there
in charged and stated will be taken as
confersed. and a decree entered against
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oeohoe w. gamble, cierk.
Rock Island, 111.. Dec. 27, 1811.
H. A. Weld, complainant's solicitor.
Estate of Julius Mosenfelder, de
ceased. Th undersigned having been ap
pointed adminlHt ratnr of the etiate o
Julius MnKenfelder. late of the county
of Kock Inland, stale of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that he will
appear before the probate court of
Hock Island county, at the probate
court room, in the city of Rock Island,
at the April term, on the first Monday
In April next, at which tim all per
sons having claim axnlnnt said est.ite
aie notified and requested to attena fo
the purpose of having the same ad
Justed. All persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make Immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated 27th day of January.- A. D.
1912. ALI'HOXS MOSENFELDER.
Walker, Ingram tc Sweeney, solicitors.