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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS MONDAY, APRIL. 14, 1913.
Daily United States Weather XTap
23.7 52 i
-oct. r) 297 J S. Department of Agriculture. j
u I WEATHER BUREAU,
j ,-v -2 J WILLIS L. MOOR5.Chiei. j
joi . 77- -Oo -. . joojriV c
OhMifatlonn uin : 1 a n... m-venv-flfth m
rldlaD tlzrtr. Air prtwurw rt:ir-(i uj
ItoBA.'A rontlnuou, l'n pa-s tnr,nif:i pn:r"'j
o' fKjKal a' prmsurf larrriiKkv rl ttrt ;.n..
paa ttirough i,lnoi of wjuai u?miirf.;- drawn
oiiit for ro. trM,iig. Su0, and .
) clear: Q partly cloudy
rain: mo: (g) repf)rt missing.
Arrow fly wito th wind. Tint flirure. Ui-st
tmTi: ir pat !i ho'ir: iwdiI. prof-lrHatlnn
f.f .ni inf-h or m-r for iiav 4 nour". third, maxi
mum w:rif! ;(j."ity.
WEATHER CONDITIONS. '
Ra'ns ni ihf nnrrri Atlantic coast
atul m the fhw ami .wr .M'ssissippi ,
miiIpjh hav' rPfiJl'd from thf soat r.
pntfrn low which is this morning
fntral ovp 'irKiiiia An ;ir'a of!
modcratpU hiKh rfKH'ir' -x -ri'J h from
th- x.vpr lakf rtion and thf upp'T
.Mif.xidfit.pi valley noufharrl to T'xa?
and th attcnrlnnt clHar .-kis prevail
far Fiwar(l a th Koc.t nioi ti
tain platfau. Low pr-ssuin ar nut
"1 from the- f'anari'an norhost fou"i
marrl to Ar'7.ona. w'th i-parat iiaro
ni"trio fipr' toons over SankaT( hw an
mid .V'WifUJ Itnc (l;.-;i,rliaii( h is ac
"inpa:u'd b Miourrs on liii- I'acilK
Today's Market Quotations
I'liTi.ni, V jiri ' ; 1- Cattie. r'.'.nmi.
d'a'i'. i. 1 1 i 1 , v r .
'' " . ki"i. .ml !'cr,.rs. i; id'nvi;,;
ios and h' rs. :::")';- ;;,, i-ji! ..s.
f. 7.. a P ii"
Siiffp. 2i'i.i'"ii. 8t"adv to strong. C.r,
Il 7 lo.
Mors, 37 B'i,rv to ,ic hichr
than Satiit'day s a'ra; hulk. f'l.'T
I'. :."; I'P'nt. fOi"! !i 1". m:ed. 1' h.Vij
l.4". hraij, h ;n'i i M2
Hons hoM hiphr on lih' run. Spr
lilatorH in triidp -Hrl did most forcing
up prices OvTsnppl of cat'lc (aim
ed a tthaip drop in prices. stt Tn largo,
ly prdoniinat-!! today s i'r'ipts Iowa
U-k. largely rpr-scnt-d. Huvprs
showed apathy except for hst graej.s
In which there wait fair demand
Sh p opened steady to strong: of
ferings I'.jrht The proportion of nhot'n
ti k wan largent of the sphhoii.
May wheat, opened !o'.i!!; i lnsed
Corn opened 57.'., ft 4 : closed :..v
fatR openpd 34 "..": closed CI.
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York. April 14. Kollowfng arp
the rjuotatlonn on thp market:
American P'lgar Rpflninc 1 n 4 : ,
American Tel. & Tel
Chicago & Northwestern l:;::
lUinolB Central 1
Interaational Han ester 1"4',
New York Central ... Cr-
Northern Pacific ll."i"
Peopte'B liaa n 1 '3
Rock Inland common
WE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND CLOTHES. UNRE
DEEMED PLEDGES AT BARGAIN PRICES.
ZIFFREN'S LOAN OFFICE
TELEPHONE WEST 701-X. 320 Twentieth St.
O clearly; 4
Fair and warmer tonight and Tuesday.
FOR ROCK ISLAND, OAPENPORT, MO LINE, AND VICINITY.
'r nst nrrl hy pomwhs; hiirt. or tPmper-
atu-'s as far f-Mf'ward as tiio Missis-
uppi. Owiiis to tho :ow eastward
rnovcmPTi! (.f thesf conditions, fair
and warmer vif athfr is indicated for
this vir-in'ty tonicht and Tuesday.
1 Hock Island pr 'ferred
I. " 'on p;, fir
I' S st- 1 ommon . .
I'. . Steel pret.'irei!
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
April 14. Ki.ilov inc arc )i. whote
sale iiuotations on th' luc:.i market
t'n amery butter.
I!ry butter, T.'c.
l.ard, ,2',. T ;,ol;r.d.
F"rest, es, 17'-..c.
Storage egs. ll''2c.
Oid potatoes f, n .
N"W potatoes. 4c to .".c jt pound.
Cahnanf, lc per pound.
Ot: oijS. lc per pound.
Feed and Fuei.
Timothy hay. $1." to
oats. :;u- to sr.c.
W heat, ."c per butiiiel.
"irn. 5'ic to rlc.
Coal I.unip. ptr ton, $".o0
WALL STREET BANKS.
Rule They Make Loans on
Per Cent Margin.
Most Wall .-treet Uinks insist on
bnving n twenty point margin behind
each :o:irj That means that a niau
borrowine; $ioo.ni u.iist put up as se
curity stocks or bonds of JIl'o.ismi mar
ket value. If thp sci-uritii-s decline to
a point where the ?ji.Mt margin ia 1
reduced to $l."..ei!n the borrower i1 call-'
ed utKn to put up additional securi-
Atlantic city :.: i
Boston i' 44
Hock Isiand -pi
I)fnvpr 7" 1"
.lacksoni 'llf- is i.
Kb risfts f "i'v ........ ii I ;
N'cw C iricatis
Ww York r.i;
ties. Must brokerage houses do not cused of many robberies in San Fran
wait for such a summons, but send Cisco, by confessing her part in the
the necessary collateral t the bank as robberies and implicating the five otn
sooti as they see that the price of their er members of the gang. All but two
securities has devlited. of the band are women. They operat
1'ut the banks are g.tided nlwnys by ed within the very' shadow- of the po
the character aiid the finaucial stand- lice station. Their apartments, locat
ing of each borrower. Each bank has ed across the road from the station,
a list of favorite borrowers who can were filled with thousands of dollars' j
: w orth of loot.
t Norfolk .
1 Phopaix .
: San Difgo
: Sfatt . .
74 "4 nn
si .-r, .fn
(is P.v .O
f,n o4 XI
52 4 4 .on
c i r.''. .r,4
f.4 4 r .flfl
WashinpTon, T. C.
P.lsinp Btaes in the Mississippi
continue from below Pnbuqi:0 to Mi s-
catir.p. The rrst of trip present r f
iil rach Musc atine aiiout Friday, thn
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
GIRL DISMAYS GANG
BY HER CONFESSION
Miss Lucille Stnrgiss.
A pretty girl named Lucille Sturgiss
brought dismav to the Shea Earn? ac.
sectrre wnaterer money they need " la '
times of etreas or ln times of calm.
The loco clerks know who the favor
ites are and show them every cour
tesy. It me&n a good del for a Stock
Exchange hocuse to get on the "favor
ed list" of a Wall street bank.
Some borrowers, ln order to stand
well with a bank, never complain
o bn th. Kant .w.i.
loana. ITiey go on the theory that it
Is fooUsh to dispute rat with a bank
when the difference between 2 per
rent and 2 means only $1.39 a tor
on the interest char for a S1, o
-New Pf ''
loan. New York Post.
Dogs and Their Food.
Dogs growl when you touch their
food, even ln play, because the dog
was originally a ferocious animal. Ilka
the wolf, and self preservation bv way
e . ki . ' " -
of food Is bis foremost and al Dervart-
Only dogs that are so
near humankind that they understand
practical Jokes allow their master to
take away their food. They will never
allow another dog to do so unless liv
ing In abject fear of the robber. Boa .
"Last month Jones suggested my go
ing into a money muklcg scheme with
"Ar.d did you embrace the oppor
tunity?" 'Yea. srd soon f.v.r 1 that I wn httf
oiB dc.cs:ca." St. Lou Ti:-.t.
rl : Ki -. 1
i b '
a 20 f . rV. '
BUREAU IS ASKED
Farm Credits Conference Held
at Chicago Names Committee
to Appeal to Congress.
END $1,000,000,000 LOSS
Great Saving Effected When the Mid
dleman Is Eliminated, It is
Chicago. April 14. The federal gov- j
ernment is to be asked by represeata- j
tives of powerful organizations in "3 !
states to establish a bureau of effec- i
tive marketing, under which the pro- j
ducer and consumer will deal directly ;
with one another, eliminating an an-j
riual loss of something like ?1,Q00.-'
This action was mapped out at the !
closing session of the first national j
conference on marketing and farm
credits at the Hotel Sherman. Since
the request will bare a backing more
powerful than any ever before made
by farmers It is considered almost
certain that congress will complv
A committee appointed to take up
the proposition v. ith the government at
Washington comprises: T. D. Harman.
chairman, Pittsburgh. Pa.; Dr. A. Cas
well Ellis, AusMn. Tex.: John Sebas
tian. Chicago; E. Y. Kirkpairick. 1c
Kinney. Tex.; Dr. J. H. Counell. still
wa'er. Okla.: Vance McCormirk. Har- ;
risburg. Pa.: M. P. Myers. Chicago;
Clarence A. Shamel, Chicago: Clar
ence Poe. Raleigh. N. C: Arthur Cap
per. Topeka. Kan.: S. R. .McKe'vie,
Lincoln, Neb., and Edward' Burnes. ,
Here is a summary of the final ac- '
tipn of thp conference: 1
Organization, embracing representa
tives of every branch of the food and
( othing producing ra!i of the ration,
is made permanent, the next session
"o be held in Chicago.
OIU.WIK KKI1V TTF.
An organization in every state in
'he union is being, perfected for the
purpose of working out a system of
marketing, crop raising and farmers'
Congress is called upon to pass a
currency system that wiil permit farm
ers to cbtain currency on their land
in much the same manner that nation
al bankers obtain currency by depos
itiim boi'.ds as- security.
Demanded that the government
make crop reporting a public matter
and take it out of the hands of "stock
Although no co-operative socie'y was
organized the farmers who took part
iii the activities of the conference
were delighted with the progress made
at this, their first effort at dealing
w."li the consumers and their orgnmza-
tions. i hey w ere confident that a
:e. -operate organization, backed bywhich l0 l!llrchase a farm, or to pro-
federal ar t on of several kinds, prob-i
i ,. , , , i , , cure the equipment and materia s nec-
aliiy wiiii.d he effected before the dose
of the conference to bt- held here,essar-v to the most effective and e 0.
nei April. i nomical operation and improvement of
Krai.k P. Mol'aiid .who was made his farm : therefore be it
permanent ohairtnan of the conference,
expressed himself as well pleased with
the progress made.
"This action is the firs step toward
an organization of farmers and con
sumers that will make a decided
change in cur methods of distributing
; food and other products of the soil,"
"The consumer in the cify will ben
rPt by th's organization to just as
grep' an extent as the farmer. No
lx.riy can foretell the amount of money
that will be saved by thus dealing
directly with one ano'her. by scientific . penses between producers and constun
crop raising and marketing." ' ers; also, organized co-operation prop-
The gist of the conclusions reached ' erly supervised for securing more ad
by the conference was best summed j vantageous system of rural credit.
uti in the report of the resolu ions
The rest I u ions read in part as fol-
"Whereas, the small farmer is at
present unable to secure for sufficient
.IT SILL COST
A Simple Remedy Beautifies
the Hair, Cures Dandruff,
Stops Falling Hair.
What a pity it is to see so many
OeODIe With thin wisnv hair, taried f.r
., ' '. " i , ., .
BLreaK.ea wiui gray, ana reauze mat th r?Hed atten'ion to the im-
most of these people might have soft, i " , e i a" , , " ' f '
i glossy, abundant hair of beautiful color; 'pdiate necessity for canrg for the
iand r'Jstre if they would but use the ' .and now under cultivate n.
KPT treatme.t- Jhere neces-; 'Tntil we learn to handle -t
isii' for gray kair under sixty-five years w antonly, to fondle and nourish it as
jofage. and there is r.o. excuse orany-iour othPr measures. can hardly
one. young or old, haying; thin stragg-; f. 0-herF fo abM tho p;an of f,,r.
'heavy and rank smelling with ex-!
, ' ft VikiICi iUII UU1I -i 1 I.. V
j Y'J can bring back the natural color
of your hair in a few days and forever
v.:"""?11 ' y Qf"ruu Bnu 5e
hairs, and make your hair grow Btrong
u.t .. : irrf u
m. U I C - J 2 X 1 1
and SulDhur IWr Remeclv. For cener-
i ations common garcen Sage has been
used for restoring and preserving the
color of the hair; and Sulphur is recog
nized by Scalp Specialists as beir.g
excellent for treatment cf hair and
If you are troubled with dancrufT
or ltchirz sca'p. or
II your tair 19
is:r.g its color cr cr'nisjr out, cot a
r.fty cent bottle of Vf'veth's Sajre :
Sulphur from vour drurrrist. ar.d notice
the improvement in the anoearance cf
your hair after a frw days treatment.
s-peciai agents. Harper Kouse phar
macy, irvj St., 2nd Ave. (Advert-ae
TO THE HOUSEWIFE
Soot Dust Drudgery
"The Fuel without a Fault"
Comfort Cleanliness Economy
Housecleaning is easy when Solvay Coke is
burned no soot or smoke to blacken no ashes to sift.
It is easily lighted requires little attention and
makes a lasting fire.
The best and cheapest fuel for heating or cooking.
2.500 dealers in the Northwest sell Solvay Coke.
Write for booklet and name of nearest dealer.
PSGKANDS, BROWN & COMPANY
72 Wast Adams St. Ohlcago, If.
FOR SALE BY
Rock Island Fuel Co.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
KERLER RUG CO.
will make your old rugs and carpets look like new and the
cast off ones into fine, new rugs.
for any size rug we can"t clean without removing the siz
ing and stiffness.
We do anything in the shape of cleaning, mending, siz
ing, repairing, sewing, making over carpets and rugs.
Vacuum cleaning at your home or our factory.
1710 Fourth avenue, Rock
time. at a reasonable ratp and under
favorable conditions, the cauital wi'h
KOK IMll;iU I K M T1IIN,
"Resolved, that the national and
state governments and other acencies
should give immediate consideration
to the provision of adequate means
by which farmers may secure loans
under favorable conditions.
"Resolved, thai we favrr o;gani;:ed
co-operation, both cf consumers and
producers, under proper supervision,
to promote efficient distribution, eco
nomical marketing, and reduce ex-
"Resolved, that we would urge upon
our national government the rapid
extension and improvement of our par
cel post as a very pi.te-.it fac'or in
reducing the cost and facilitating the
'distribution of the products of the
! farm to ultimate consumers.
"Resolved, that he exec- ;ie com
mittee be authorized to arrange for
the holdini: of an international con
! gress on marketing and farm credits
i in San Francisco m lfiir,. unJer the
j auspices of the Panama r xpositk.n."
R. F. Harris, former president of the
Illinois Bankers' associa'ion, denied
that farmers in this country were be
ing compelled to pay vastly higher
rates of interest on farm loans than
was the case in Kurope. He said the
agricultural department reports show
that interest on farm loans today av
erage 6'i per cent. In the most thick
ly populated centers he said the rate
; ,,!,- r: ..t
i ,!l e - " V '
tber despoiling ir bv
ways of using i' a"1 sec
undoing." he said.
rity f'.r i's own
Fheumtttsm nelieveC n 'ew Hour.
N. B. Langiey. Mad:on. Wis., saye:
"I waa almost be!p!ess with rheuma
tism for abou'. five months. Had 1: ic
my neck so '. could not rurn my head
and all through my oocy. 1 tried three
doctors ar.d many remedies without
any relief whatever unt'l I procured
Dr. Detchon's Relief for RheurLatisn.
In a lew hours the pain was relieved
- - ., tT, Thrp Have rht.
he :n;at:?ni wf.t
' ccacpltely c:red and I was at
6c-i3 by Otto Grctjau, 15-2 S?coi
tc-t by Of to Orctjau. is 3 fcecond
i tue. Rock Islar.d: Guei Kctif ei
220 West Second Etreet. Davenport
j A'l t'ze uers all the time The
Ashes Clinkers Waste
Island.. Phone West 692
In New Shoo.
Lamp, who has conducted
plumbing shop at ?,2o Seventeenth
street for a number of years, has re-
moved to new and larger quarters at
619 Seventeenth street. (Adv.)
Makes It Easy
We catch the little ones in the
cute positions you see them at
r.me and often wish for a pic -
opeciai waitine: room for
ntothers with babies.
Join our mothers' club and re
ceive an enlargement free.
Open all day Sunday.
Eighteenth St. and Second Ave.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIV
ED A LINE OF BLUE BIRD
PINS. COME IN TO SEE
THE LUCKY BLUE BIRD
I IS ALL THE RAGE.
J. RAMSER'S SONS
j Opposite Harper House
I EG A I..
j N'on-residert guardian's notice of ap
; plteatKm to sell real estate of her ward.
I To Bn.lHmin T. Stiles, a person nf
; iirs.mnd m:n.1. and to all persons w hom
i U may concern:
1 N'oti.-e is herebv (riven that the un-
.lertf.-.pd. Alh-e sit lies, guardian of
cenjamin T. Stales, a person of unsound
mini, appointed sucii guardian bv ti e
, disir'rt court o-f the countv of Bli.-k
Hawk, in the state of Iowa.' will mak-
; application to tne c-ir.-nit court, to be
heM in a-oi for the county of Hock Is
land. In the state of Illinois, at a reii
Uj;i term thereof, to he begun and held
at the court house in the citv of Ro, k
Island. in the countv of Rork
Isiand. and state of Illinois, on the first
Monday of May. A P. ISIS, for an order
and de.-iee of said court, authorlrinir
and rtirectine her as such R-uardtan to
"e'l all the interest v( her said ward.
Penjamin T. Stiles, a person of un
, sound mind. In and to the following de
senb.rt real estate, to-wit:
The wesi one hundred and eijrhtv-nin
.fee- of sub-jot number rive iii). in lot
i number six ,;. ln the southeast quar
ter 01 sect 'on ten tl'K. in township sev
le.Hecn it?', inrrth ratine two 2. west
1 f the fourth principal meridian, as
, s.i i ub-lot is shown and designated
on the pl.;t of nexter's sub-division of
Ioi six and nine, in the southeast quar
,ter of seetion ten. and the northeast
: raction.il nu.trter of section fifteen, in
Is.iiii tovnshiv recorded in the record
,ers i-flice of Hock Island county. Il'u
!ii";s. In l""k 3. of puns at page 3:
also t'o rlcht to use in eornmon with
j the owner i.f the east t(-ree hundred and
; seventv-eichl feet of the north 99l-.'
I feet of said sub-lot. of the south ten
i feet of the east three hundred and sev
enty-eight feet of said sub-lot five, for
the purpose of a private drive or pas
sage way to the west one hundred and
eighty-nine feet of id sub-lot. situ
ated in said county of Rock Island and
state of Illinois, or so much thereof a
shall seem to said circuit court to- be to
the best interest of said ward, Benja
min T. Stiles, for the support of said
ward and for the purpose of Investlng
the proceeds of such sale as shall not
be immediately requisite for such sup
port, in other real estate, or of other
wise investing the same, as ehall b
sanctioned bv law.
Paled this 4th d.tv f April. A. T. 1S1J.
AI.TCR C. STILES.
Guardian If said Pen.lamin T. SUles. a
person of unsound mind.
Walker, Ingram & Sweeney aollci
tors. Xollre of PnbtlmtlM.
State of Illinois, Kock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. To the May
term. A. T. 1913.
Alva W. Banks vs. Yin-let Banks. In
Affidavit of unknown residence of the
defendant. Violet Hanks, having been
tlicd In the clerk's office of the circuit
court of said county, notice la therefore
hereby given to the said unknown res
ident defendant. Violet Banks, that the
I complainant filed his bill of comujlalnt
: in said court, on the chancery side
! I Hereof, on the 2St n day of March, 1913,
ai.d that thereupon a summons issued
o.it of said court, wherein said ault is
now pending, returnable on the first
i Monday ln the month of May next, aa
lis by law required.
i Now. unless you. the said unknown
j resident defendant. Violet Banks, above
named, shall personally be and appear
! beiore sa.id circuit court, on the first
da of me ntxt term thereof, to be
holden at Rock Island In and for said
j county, on the first Mniiii.iv In May
I next, and plead, answer or demur to the
: said complainant's bill of complaint.
tlie same and the matter's and things
; therein charged and stated ll be tak
i en as confessed, and a decree entered
ana:nst you according to the prayer of
.-aid bill. GEORGE V. GAMBLE,
Rock Island. 111., March 2S. 1913.
' Philip H. Wells, complainant s aolicl
.Notice of Publication.
Pt.ite of Illinois,
Rock Island Coun-
ty ss .
In the Circuit Court, May term, A. P.
Jonannali Sl'.iiliberg. complainant, vs
Kiiiis S. Gilbert, et a!., dcic-ndanis. In
Afll(lail of non-rc-idence of tho fol
lowing defej.da it is, Gideon W. Tins and
Kllz.lliem S. lltlv. ins wife, lilllis S.
Gilbert. EitiniH ir". Gulieri, .Unii's Gil
bert, t'hauiicey 1. Gilli.-ri and Lena
Gilbert. ht wife; l.miise I. Hoff
man, her huMianii, Ka wa id W. Hot-
; , ,.v; Tntis! GHb',,,, v. v".Trux.
illuier Lite jasl will and tcMi ii ttiellt of
J, nnie . 1'itis, ,1 , JI.-..TI , cjideun S.
1'iti.-. ( liaiiiic iy W. I'll is. Clara I'. I'itt-.
Kva I. ruts. Kliztibeiii v. f'iti.-i. Lurliia,
A. Shori.s and Mpeneer 1 1. shorts. In r
Husband, Cara G. .lewctt ;intj (iet,re I.,
.liwctt. her tiusliand. and Kt I a .M.
Itreck, ;i.:id the aftldavii of the unknown
h. u s and Devisee-.-! ..i Levi Well, dc-
inii.-ul, and tliu unkiwwr. ii.-hh and
j ,l'- i.M-es of Wells. deceased,
:wite of Levi Wells, ami Hie unknown
heirs and d vi.-ceb 11 1 1 unt ingluii Wells,
d' i eafied. and the uiiknowii heirs and
devisees of Letuia Wells, deetascd. and
the unknt,wii heirs and ili'VLs'-'-n or J(,el
Weil.-, junior, deceased, and tfic un
known hcifs and devisees ot Mai'y
Weils, deceased, the unknown heirs and
devisees of 1 1 . id M. hears, deceased, tnn
! unminwii heir: and devisers of ljeulah
' Sears, d. ea'U. 1 he unknown heirs ami
rie is. -es of Jonar.iliam B'iffum. de'ieas
til. ajid tlie iiiiknowu heirs and d'-vi-;
s.-rs of Sarah Biiff ini, dee.-a.sed. and the
1 unknown l.ens and devisees of Junau
11. case, deceased, and trie unknown
i.eirs and devisees of Julia Can'', di-
eCHMed Mild tlie unknown li-irs A wl H ev -
ispes m Opener ii. wniie, doomed,
and the iiiikiiwh heirs and devisees of
' - - wmte. deceased. wit of Hpen-
ccr H. W'tiMe, and the unknown nelrs
and devise, s or job,, W . Spencer, de-
' cased, and the unknown heirs and dev-
'' "i Kiiza spencer, deceased, tn
un k nou n
Ail..-, ., oi i :i
and di vis
. ( urt fl. i i'i imki.'iwn hirs hii'1 rlvisp)-a
or f lini on i . a.-J. t h un
I k)i'-wii iirirs .iii' ir' b "f IavUl H.
I'iM, ri'i-asrl, h'i'1 Tl:'' unknown hfirs
(it-vlMfff f ilifiiin I'ifts, d?-taHei,
ri Iii tlif u !. k Iin t tl lif'TS htli Jt'VlHfB i'f
Kliilori 1'i.tM, jt'"t,i.-'i. h rifj ti,e unknown
I ii n and ilifM S ol Jhhv V. iitt, d:-'tas-'ij,
a;i3 the uukjif'Wii h Us and dev
I l sees 'f ( r.m i'i i ts. 1f i a.M.,ri, the un .
' kn'iwi, heirs ami ti'-vih of Margaret
I H. I'It's, d a.-'l. ih; unknown hoirs
- jrid d-isf'-H of i'fijt- W. I.ynil, d
i fr'. th ui.lviiown l.i-irs and devisees
of Mora- K hit-. d' tas il ih un
' kn"w n tn'tf and (li vih-s of Murion K
V' hit' , d f .i""d. the iiiiknowii htlrwand
i(- v i o! Churl-. it. A ins worth, de -
d th iiDki.'iwii hfir." and 1vltfjs
'f M;iry K. Ainnworiti, fi H'd, ihn
i.n k n "w ii i i ' 1 rs ;i n 1 d' v : of Alfred
Ii,"Ht. d ' as'-fi, t ))f iinkiiowii hfl.H
and 'I'VH'fv- of 'r. I'. liiih'-rt. d-i--af-'d.
ih- ijr.kn'vn h ir and d vihc-b
of Kr-ist is I'at '.I ilx . d' -ii ..-d, ini-
i :il d n itii tl- iib'v d' f t iid;i n t h, Mi
hr," ',it r I't.v.'T ontpai;y. tut viiin h--;i
1l-i in thi- -miUm n: - of th- rirruit
-1 i r t if f:t.d '"iirity, i.oik'- in ih'-r-fcir
l,-r-ly kiv-ji t'r tho haiij iun-r--Jd
ni d"f!id- n (s t nji t t ii- omplal nan t
!.i'-d h'-r fnii of -oinpiant In .aid court,
n in t nan'- rv ,d' !hr-of, on ths
J:n day of Mar'h, I M.I. and that thr--;p"'ij
a s nnmoii i?.) 't it of paid
ri-irl, vi i-rl,i hhM lit in now pnd
. r u i Tin u w n t h" ti .-1 Monday in
!.. wmo i:. of May nxt, us i ty law re-
i j ' d.
Now, nnl.s vu. t K- .iid iion-riHi-i--r,t
i f .i.ila i al'ovr- r..'t:n-d. and th
i. Kn ;.n i "ir- and n . i-- t yaii d
f-ndn.;.t . sii.'i!! jt Hnti. 1 j v and appear
Iii fT- S,ii'l l'-(jlt roiill, on tin- H r m i.
dny i f i ti nxT tr-i ni th-M"f, to h
j'Ojd.-n at Jiof-k i'-hind. in a nd for fa id
Mr.ii"., on ti.r tirst M .r. !-i in May
n xt ;r. d id, iiu't or d-m.ir to the
.i( ' on-pia i lid n' f '"inplairit. th:
sllH .t.'i !ho m,'Tt--r a fid T h . n ir.- t ti -,n
: .1 1 ' d a nd tr.t d w.Ji r taken at
o; f H-id :i r- '-nt'-ifd against
vou a- ordintf o tne prayr of said h;ii.
it-JjR(iK W. fJAAIHi.li, t'i k.
r."rk Jiia.d. iii., Mar.-h I'jI'A.
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Prices reasonable. They also deliver
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