Newspaper Page Text
THE ROCK ISLAND AUG US, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1913.
Daily United States Weather Map
i " n
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
WILLIS L. MOORCChirf.
23.9 x2Z" ""9
low SV 303
1 1 -.. " .-. -. .r A. . ' -v--e-r D . . lrXP
BRYAN AND CLARK
Washington Editor Brings
About Reconciliation at a
ON THE OUTS SINCE JULY
fiiisw ' fctloOH uk'D t 8 a. in., seent7-llftfc m j
rtlisn time. Air prewsari rwcl to ties level.
.Hi.ifc icotiUuuous lDmi put UiroucQ polr
equal all pressure Isothikiih untied lmesj
;NMBlhruub point of eqnsl tmiiriuie: diwn
juIt forxora. feilI. f. !Dd 10U1-.
O eisar; O partly cloudy: O cloudy;
rata: enow: report missing.
Arrows Or with the. wind. First furunw. lowest
tMnporaurre pMt 12 hour: seoood. preolpltattoa
of .)i Inch or morn for past .'A boars: third, maxi
mum wrnrt Telocity.
r i n w nrr r.
-Vas:r - - - vr" r- F6
25 r Opo i-t,X--?
Men Exchange Joke and Have Good I
Time, Declare Persons in on
the Make Up.
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND, OAPENPORT, MOLTNE, AND VICimTY.
Generally fair tonight and Sunday, not much change in temperature.
Thf tiorth'-asteru Btorm which has
advaJi((Hl !.o New Ku gland, has been
stv-ndd by o-isiormJ (showers in the
Ohio and up'.r MisiKiipii valleys
and by more Knneral rains oo the
north Atlantk: coajt and In the St. i
Lawrence valley. The western lo i
Btiows wparaXe ctaiU-rs over Hritiali ; Atlantic City .
Columbia and New Mexico and pre-in- j lVton
ttatirin has (xy-iirnvl on the north Buffalo
Pacific cottar and in the Kocky moun
tain region and the middle Missouri
Talley. wih hijrher t.empeir.t.Liires in
Brrtwh Colombia, A!bTia and Mon
tana. The cnwt of the northwestern
bih i over MintKisJrta and the alttnid-
aiit vler weather prevaiU a far Norfolk
eastward as the lower lakt-s. Clear j 1'hoenix
fckie are peneral in the M LFKiniti j St. lxuis ....
valley, must of the lake region and ' St. Paul ....
throughout 'he Rijlf and south Atlantic i San Diejto . . .
8(f.tiir.s. (win to the clow e;utward San Kraueico
moTemem.t of these conditioms, Rwrter
ally fair weather, without much change
in temperature, is indicated for this
vicinity tonight and Sunday.
I New Orlean
! New York
62 ' 52
. 62 40
Washington, D. C
Flood. Height, Prep.
St. Paul 14
Red Wing 14
Reed's Landing.... 12
La Crosse 12
Prairie du Chi en . 18
je Claire 10
Rock Island 15
0.2 I ;
i Slowly falling stages in the Missis-
f ippi will continue from tr-low Pu
I buque to Mrrscatine.
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
Feed and Fuel.
Timothy hay, $15 to $15.
Oats. 31c to 35c.
Wheat. &5c per bushel.
Torn, 50c to olc.
Coal Lump, ptr ton, $3.50 to $4;
ill; A.-'" imKU I'rrjis.)
CliitiKo, April I'j. Lightness of re
"?.( ft. &i .iKin operated to boost prices
ttiid nuoiat inns gcu-rally wore 5
;t;i.t. l.mlirr than yesterday's aver
acc, tcti' if market was active and
Pining. There at an especially! - "
good demand t'.r the better grades.! WHOLESALE.
Cattle receipts light but market rath- j Butter, Eggs and Cheese
er dull at steady prices, as buyers I Egps. freph. doz
were not active. There was Improve- Limr. dairy, lb
met.1 for calves and prices went up a i Mutter, packing stock, lb. ...
little. i llitlter, creamery, lb
ShtNep receipts were light and thej Vegetables.
Sweet potatoes, lb ,
I HarirmT, lb 20c
Oysters, quart 45c
Flour and Feed.
Straw, ton $3.50
Straw, bale 40?r4r.c
J Hay, prairie, bale 50!ff60e
May, prairie, ton $12.00? 13.00
; Bran, tan $2:.oo
j Bran, cwt $1.25
I F.ar Corn, bushe". 60fi 6;c
Oats, bushel 40W45c
! Oats, load, bushel 37fi:?8c
1 Corn chop, cwt. $l.l!5
I Shorts, ton $24.00
i Shorts, cwt $1.25
Washington, D. C, April 19. Speak
er Champ Clark and Secretary Wil
liam Jennings Bryan met at a private
luncheon here yesterday, shook hands
and issued public statements declaring
tuai tney naa Duried the hatchet and
put the personalities of the Baltimore
convention with the bygones.
The luncheon was arranged by Theo
dore A. Bell of California, temporary
chairman ol the California delegation
supporting Speaker Clark at Balti
more and was given by Ira EL Bennett,
editor of the Washington Post.
Intense interest was aroused in po
litical circles over the reconciliation
of the two antagonists, whose differ
ances became acute as a result of
events at the Baltimore convention.
SECRET ART BK VAX'S STATEMENT.
Secretary Bryan's prepared state
ment issued last night is as follows:
"My meeting with Mr. Clark baa
served to clear up a misunderstanding
as to my exact position toward him
at the Baltimore convention. I have
ttied .to make it clear to Mr. Clark
that I have always regarded and do
new regard him as a good, clean, pro
"If my language at Baltimore cre
ated any impression that I was charg
ing Mr. Clark with being in sympathy
with any of the reactionary forces 1
am glad of the opportunity to correct
a'iy such misconstruction of my words
or acts, for I did not intend to reflect
upon either the personal or political
integrity of the speaker.
"It is my earnest wish that there
nay be cordial cooperation between
tlK: state department and the speaker
in carrying out the policies of the ad
ministration." I'l.AKK il.l TO rOOPEKATH.
litre is Speaker Clark's statement:
"It is beyond the power of Colonel
Bryan or any one else to correct the
injustice that was done to me at Bal
timore. The loss of the presidential
nomination was a small thing as com
pared to the injury done to my repu
tation in the eyes of the world.
"But now that. Colonel Bryan in his
public statement has done what he
ctn to remove the injurious impres
sions that were created by his Balti
more speeches, I feel that we can all
the better cooperate for the good of the
administration. I can only repeat
what 1 have publicly declared time and i
time again, that all personal or sel-1
f. sh considerations must give way to
the duty that all democrats owe to our i
pirty and to our country."
MK SEE RETOMII.IATION'.
Those who sat at the table with the
others already mentioned and saw-
good demand made u steady to 5 cents
Cattle, 200; steady. Calves higher.
Beeven. 7.2.Vir.2fi; stockers and feed
ers 6.10'o'S.lO; cows and heifers 3.90
S40; calves fi.50tfjS.60.
Hogs 7,500; generally 5 cents high
er than yesterday's average. Light
869.30; mixed 188.8.131.52; heavy
&.7039.2S; bulk 9.10S9.25.
Step. 2.000; steady to 5 cents high
er, 6.00 7.20.
Red aud ye. low onions, peck
Parsn'ps, peck ,
Toma'oes. lb 20c
Onions, bunch 4ci
Cauliflower, head 15(3 25c
17'c . In New Shoe
32,,c i E. E. Lamp, who has conducted a
. .2uo i pJumbing shop at 325 Seventeenth the disappearance of what many po-i
..37c' street for a number of years, has re- l'ucal sages thought the most embar- j
' moved to new and larger quarters at ! rassing situation confronting Presi-;
$13 Seventeenth street. (Adv.) ; di;t Wilsons administration, were:.
; j Vice President Marshall, Secretary i
, , ! Iace, Senators Kern aud O'Gorman,
r; fA M j Representative Crisp, Secretary Turn- j
j ulty, Assistant Secretaries Osborff ivnd j
Also rallrd Tetter, Salt Rknm, Proltom ; Malone of Ihe state department, Thorn- j
. .6c j
. .2c i
Milk-Cruat, Wri-pfnu Skin. Etc.
Mar wheat opened 9lti?91
ed 92t92 .
0rn opened 56 ft 56: crosed 56.
Outs opened 35 ; closed 35 ' 4.
Pork 20 00.
' Chicago Cash Gram.
Wbeat No. 2 red 1.064 ft 1.09; No
3 rod 1.90ff 1.93; No. 2 hard 924 ft !
ECZEMA TAX BE CVKED TO STAY,
and when I say nured. 1 mean just what
I say C-C-R-E-D. and not merely
patched un for a while, to return worse
. ..OC than before. Remember. I make this
..15c! broad etaienuot after putting 12 years
Lettuce, heud 25c handling- in tie meantime nearly half a
Pmiltrw mil rih million case of this dreadful disease,
i-oura-y ana run. .Now. I do not care what all vo.i have
cVos- O'd cocks 22c I used, nor how many doctors have told
I u.. r,- you rJxax you coald not be cured all I
Chickens -5c know what I am Latkln; about. If you
5ninf jr win wnie me i-vjujaj. x wiu sena you a
94t: No. 3 hard 91453.
(lorn No. 2 5CVirQ?&; No. 2 wtrte
57,(5&'; No. 2 yellow S7r58; No.
3 55V!ft6;; No. 3 white 57fc'57Vi; So.
3 ycikw 66ii7.
Oats No. 2 white 36ft37'4; No.
3 S3; No. 3 wllite Z''iZU: standard
ol We of PnMiaU .
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun-
. 15c : guaranteed treatment tht will convince
171 iftZLc Q more m a day than I or anyone ls
eoold in a muotn's time. If you are dts-
20c gruMed and dweoaraged. lust srtve me a
enoaee to prove my ciainwv toy writing
me today you will enjoy more real com
fort than yoa bad ever thought this
w or Id holds tor yoa. Jost try it and
you wiB aee I am telltag yoa the train.
NEW YORK STOCKS.
Dr. X, C
In the Circuit Court, to
term. Jk. D. li13.
bewail Dodir''. complainant, vs. Gcfjto
B Dodtje. Jane Klnv. Mabel ijanane.
StetJien J. Collin and Mary Pollard.
deieodanu,. la Partition.
Affidavit "( lion-residence of the
I al"ve naiiMHl d-lexidaJU&. Geors;e B.
IHik.-e. Jane lodte and Mabl cctbane.
ImpM'aded with trie aoove iWfcrAni
IStfuhin J. t'.olliM and Mary PuUsu-d.
I ha ins: bw tiled in the clerk's -office of
tne i i mat court of aatd county, aotioe
I is therefore hereby Kiven to the said
Nw York. April 19. FollowhJg are ni-r-5-id.-nt defendants that toe oom-
fh rmraflonn on the New York stock I teaman i filed his bill at compiaiot m
tne quotations on uit ion sioa i iU(j ,.turu on th chancery ud ttoere-
market today: I of . on the im day of April. 19T3. and
t.noaa i)e., i , i 'thst i hereu pn a summons issued on of
American iMnjau- Kefin.ng 1 , h.r,n S.,H ..... w
Aicerln Tel. i Tel 129 j i..uditip. retnrn.-U.le on the first Monday!
vtrhiM.n 11 1 m"tl" of May it, aa is by taw
North wejti era 1 32 I Now. urile you. the said non-resi-
c. tv.ni ijhi !dnf defendants above najucd. freorsre
ru iTini i" i. i..,.. i,.unH vr. ki i
Illinois Central 119V2natl i-rsouail oe uj! appear before I
I'i'crnational Harveater 105 , f-'td -treiii- ,-rt. on the first day of;
New York Centra! 102 I K-n-k burnl in and for said omotr. no
or hem Pacific HSU 1 tl"' s,"djv ,n Ma' r"'x, and plead.
ornern tannc na ariw.w. r d. mjr IO tn ra,d nrnipiam- :
Pennsylvania '. 1 14 ant s hill of complaint, the same and;
.......i.', (-QI Ills, 'tne mnilerji n4 thintr therein harsred i
i -oii- v.aa 1 in . jaJ st.,..,..! ,, he taken as confessed.!
iiradiug 165', a:-.d a decree entered air&inst you ac-
ltoi'k ind common "-i. I cordir.s t 'i the prayer of raid bil'
ivotK isuua common . ukdkok w GAMBLE Clerk, 1
Rx k Ialand preferred 36'-4 ' r.o k 1? and. in.. Apnl 5. lSU. j
rv.,,,r. i Marion li. Swetncy, oomtainants o-
t . y mpci fommnu m -v : -
I". S. Steel Dreferrcd 1' !
I Irfititte of ara:i k F.obiason, de -
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS. po"r'' r"rAbv, rtTn 1,1
iiiui i.'..iiivi. I'll I . rAJ LM ilMlD, Z -
a3 Cosrt Block.
Third National bank. Se-
Coaid yoa 4o a better act tbaa to send
this notice to some poor suf
ferer of Ecsema? C Ad T.J
I posiStoAfact I
That We Loan Hooev at the H
ollce of Final ettleaaet.
April Kol!o'ing are the whole-
rule quotations on the local market
Crvmery butter, 345c,
Dairy butler, 3rc,
lanl. i2ttc per ptwrid.-
'.'; : 'i eF. 171.4C-
Mu'.ife eggs, 12VjC
Old potatoes, 5'c.
New potatoes. 4c to 5c ptr pound.
Cabbage, lc per pound.
Otrons, lc per pouud.
e,-ut.ir "t 11. e iut will and loitmrnt of
Sjri K l;oSinHoii. i. eaed. has this
'i. nlfd Ins rii.al re(n and settlement
( as .ih in the 0-otatte ciiurt of Roi-k
l'ani iii,n;. aiid b-.irtnsr in said re
pori t.- le-;i set ior Mav i. js,13. at
" i.'i l.'t-i. u. ni . at tvhi n lime pertons
. int. Tinted may appear and make obj'-c-
ti"T. tl tr.to. and 11 ht bjections are
j f.ied .-aid rep.ut will be ..ppr'-ved at
for an order di.-:r b itiuii. and will
alo .-k 'if i:s 1. arced.
I'.o. k Jlalid. 11! Ap::! 12. t!3.
I.KuX K R"ni.VSiN.
Kin ni.ir of the l-ist Will and T.wta.
mem of Sarah E. Robinson, deceased. 0
iiufch E. Curtis, attorney. ai
Very Lowest Rate of Interest
and oo Easy Terms.
W aoiictt your investigation.
We want yoa to be convinced
that what we say is true.
Any amorai t up to $100 loaned
oa Kurort ure. Piano, Live Stock,
etc, without removal Every
loan is strictly confidential.
Weekly or monthly payments.
$1.20 per week pays a $50 loan
In 50 weeks.
No extra charge for carrying
payment in case of sickness.
A copy of your contract is
furnislsed you when loan is
If yon are pressed for money,
call on us, telephone us. or fill
out this blank and mail it to us.
Onr agent will call anywhere
in tri-cities or surrounding; ter
Tri-CEfy Leasi C.
af4 Brady St. Dsirssort, Iowa
Secoad Floor, over I. A I. !.
Bell Phoae -2
as F. Logan and L. L. James.
Those in charge of the affair said
Speaker Clark and Secretary Bryan
exchanged jokes and had a good time.
Tlie statements were given out through
The reconciliation was looked npon
in politicial circles as the most sig
nificant political development of the
acministration so far.
Are you frequently noarse? Do you
have that annoying tickling in your
throat? Does your cough annoy you
at night, and do you raise mucus in
the morning? Do you want relief?
If so, take Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy and you will be pleased. Sold by
all druggists. (Adv.)
jlMMa1sssssssMsssl Hlllj I' H It if r T1 r ' "
Putting It Off
Taking Your Time
in the matter of eye trou
bles is dangerous indeed, i
WHY DELAY IN SO 1
IMPORTANT A MATTER?
Children, whose eyes are
not exactly right, should
be sent to us at once.
Don't wait. The httle fel
lows are depending npon
YOU. They don't know
these things themselves.
JEWELER 1702 Second Avenue.'
Rare Decorative Charm
ty of the
hanced by an (
i a1, i
modeled Elec- 1
ted has a rare- "
ly artistic dome
shaped shade of
either old rose or
shirred silk with a
4 -inch silk fringe.
The trimmings are
of gold braid and the
base is of composi
tion, finished in old
gold. The lamp
is equipped with Q
four pull -chain
sockets and is
priced at $118,
f. o. b. Chicago.
The soft, golden radiance of an Electric Lamp
is wonderfully clear and strong, bringing out
colors in their true relations, yet it is extremely
restful to the eyes. Our extensive display of
Electric Lamps ranges in price from $2.25 to
$400. Be sure to see this exhibit, on your
next visit to Chicago.
Over 2000 Thing Electrical
Michigan and Jackson Boulevards
Non-resident guardian's notice of ap
plication to sell real estate of her ward.
To Benjamin T. Stiles, a person of
unsound mind, and to all persons whom
It may concern:
Notice is hereby piven that the un
dersigned. Alice C. Stiles, fruard'an of
Benjamin T. Stiles, a person of unsound
mind, appointed such sruardian by the
district court of the county of Rlark
Hawk, in the state of Iowa, will make
application to the circuit court, to be
held in and for the county of Rock Is
land. In the slate of Illinois, at a reg
ular term thereof, to be begun and held
at the court house in the city of Rock
Island. in thf county of Rock
Island, and state of Illinois, on the first
Monday of May, A. D. 1S13. for an order
and decree of said court, authorizing
and directing her as such guardian to
ell all the interest of her said ward.
Benjamin T. Stiles, a person of un
sound mind, in and to the following de
scribed real estate, to-wit:
The west one hundred and cisrhty-nine
feet of sub-lot number five i5). in lot
number six (). in the southeast quar
ter of section ten (I'M. in township sev
enteen 17l. north rancre two (2. west
of the fourth principal meridian. a
said sub-lot is shown and deslfrnated
on the plit of Dexier's sub-division of
lots six and nine, in the southeast quar
ter of section 'en. and the northeast
fractional quarter of section fifteen, in
said township) recorded in the record
er's office of Rock Island county. Illi
nois. In book 3. of plats at pae 3;
also the risht to use in common with
the owner of the east three hundred ami
seventv-eirht feet of the north 69 l-S
feet of said sub-tot, of the south ten
feet of the east three hundred and sev-enty-eiirht
feet of said sub-lot five, for
the purpose of a private drive or pas
sape wav to the west one hundred and
eiRhty-nlne feet of "aid sub-lot. situ
ated in said county of Rock Island and
state of Illinois, or so much thereof as
shall seem to said circuit court to be to
the best interest of said ward. Benjn
min T. Stiles, for the support of said
ward and for the purpose of investing
the proceeds of such sale as shall not
be immediatelv requisite for such sup
port, in other real estate, or of other
wise investing the same, as shall br?
sanctioned by law.
Pated this 4th dnv f April. A. r. 1913.
ALICE C. STILES.
Guardian If said Renjamin T. Stiles, a
person of unsound mind.
Walker, Ingram &. Sweeney solicitors.
"mi 1 1 1 mii j n nt i m 1 1 1 inn 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 ; ; 1 1 1 1 u i : I ! i tin mil ml in n luunm
An Investment You Can
Ask yourself about t,ny invfestment, "Would I be
willing to invest my savings in it every week?"
It is a peculiar advantage of a savings account at
the German Trust & Savings bank, that it is sound
enough to repeat your investment weekly or monthly,
until you have your "capital fully paid."
You can afford to start, because you can afford to
stay. Make your first payment this week at the
German Trust I Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In the Tircuit Court. To the May
term. A. H. 1913.
Alva V. Uanks vs. Violet Banks. In
Affidavit of unknown residence c the
defendant, Violet Ranks, having- hn
tiled in the clerk's orhYe of the circuit
court of said county, notice is therefore
hereby ftive.n to the said unknown res
ident defendant. Violet Han'is. that the
complainant filed his bill of comglaint
in said court, on the chancery side
thereof, on the 2Sth day of Mar-ti. 1913,
and that thereupon a summons Issued
out of said court, wherein said auit is
now pending, returnable on the first
Monday In the month of May next, aa
is by law required.
Now, unless you. the said unknown
resident defendant. Violet Banks, above
named, shall personally be and appear
before said circuit court, on the rtrst
d;iy of the next term thereof, to be
holden at Rock Island, in and for said
county, on the first Monday In May
next, and plead, answer or demur to the
said complainant's bill of complaint,
the same and ttie matter's and things
therein chanted anil stated will be tak
en as confessed, "and a decree entered
against you accuic'ing to the priver of
said bill. UKOKUE W. GA.MHl.i;,
Rock Island, 111.. March 28. 1913.
1'nillp 11. Wells, complainant's solicitor.
.swum " 1 mmwam'ti'merw n f iwiy-wvuw' fatrrm
"We Should Worry"
PHONE WEST 133
Home Tea Co.
225-22T Eighteenth StreeL
Always Remember It!
Lustre Creme Polishes Are For
Furniture and Metal
mm i . J-' ,., ijr.ijiAways
Notice of I'uullctrton.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court, May term, A. 1J.
Joi.aiinali Shaliberg, complainant, vs.
l'.h.is S. Gilbert, tl al., defendants. In
Affidavit of non-residence of the fol-
llowiiii; ili umhI, into. Uideon W. lnts and
lCIUalit Hi b. I'llls, his vviic, Klias S.
viilbvrt. Ltuma (Jilberl. James S. UU
; bert, Cliauncey K. liilbcrt and l.cna
jtlilljirt. his wile; Louise 1. Huff
man, In r husband, Edward W. lioff
! in. in, and l annle 1'. Gilbert, K.
! ranees l'ltls, Cideon W. l'illa, trustee
. uiider Ihe last will and testament of
Jennie . i'itls, deceased; Uitlt-ou si.
! lms. Cliauncey W. 1'itia, Clara 1". I'itls.
: liva L. I'itls. Lliz.ibetli V. I'lits, Lornia
A. Mliurls and tip' ncer li. Shorts, her
husband, Cara i. Jewelt and C'HTKe L.
jji-welt, lu-r husband, and tta M.
lJre;k. and the altiuavii ot the unknown
huirs and devisees of Levi Wells, de-
ceased; and the unknown n.-its and
: devisees ol Weils, deceased.
! wife of Levi Wells, and the unknown
I heirs and devisees if Huntington Wells,
I deceased, and tin: unknown heirs and
; devisees ot Letltia Wells, deceased, and
Ihe unknown heirs and devisees of Joel
Wells, junior, deceased, and the un
! known heirs and devisees ot Mary
I Wells, deceased, the unknown heirs and
! devisees of David B. Sears, deceased, the
unknown heirs and devisees of Delilah
: dears, deceased, the unknown heirs and
. devisees of Jonantharn Buff um. deceas
! ed, luid the unknown heirs and devt
i sees of Sarah Buffum, tieceased, and the
I unknown heirs and devisees 'of Jonah
' H. Case, deceased, and the unknown
: heirs and devisees of Julia Case, de
ceased, and the unknown heirs and dev
. isees of Spencer H. White, deceased,
land the tinkno-wn heirs anil deviseea of
! White, deceased, wile of Spcn-
t rer H. White, and the unknown heirs
and devise s of John W. Spencer, de
: ceased, and the unknown heirs and dev-
iees of Kltza Sjiencei', d-ceased, the
i unknown heirs and devisees of Calvin
1 Aitisworth. deceased. Ihe unknown heirs
: and devisees of ltura Aitisworlh. de
ceased. tli'1 unknown hes and devisees
I ol D Benton 1'itts. d( erased, the un
' known heirs and dev is of David R.
I'itls. deceased, alio the unknown heirs
and devlsei-i- of Hiram Itt-s, d'reased,
and the unknown heirs a no' rlevis'.s ol
iideon i'iits. d-i eased. and the 'inknown
heirs and devisees of Jane W. I'.tt.s. de
j ceased and the unknown heirs and dev
isees of Cyrus I'itls. deceaiied. ttie un
known heirs and devim e ol Mai Ki'Tel
U. I'itls, deceaeil, the unknown heirs
and devised) of George W. Lynde, de
ceased, ihe unk:i"wn neirs and d'-visees
of Horace K. White, deceased, the un
known heirs and devisees of Marion S.
White, dei e.isi-d, the unknown heir-and
d-visees of t'l arli s R. Aiusworth. de
ceas d tiie iiiiknou'ii heirs and 'V-vlsces
of Mary E. Ain.sworth, dwasiil. Ihe
unknown heirs and devisees of A II red
Web"ter. deceased, tut unknown titirs
and d'-viio e f Cyru I'. Gilbert, de
,i "a.ed. the unknown h'irs and devi.o i:8
. of EruMus I'arti lde. deceaseil. im
pleaded with t lie above defendants, Mn
; line Vter I'uvver i.-ornpanj'. having beer,
filed in the 'Ink! ofhVe of the ririruit
! court of said county, noijrc Is tiere
fore hereby (riven tr, the said non-res-
. ident defendants that tne complainant
liled her bill f complaint in Maid court,
mi the el.ariifry side thereof, on the
;(ih day of March. 1913. and that there-
, upon a summons ls.ii'-d out of said
court. wiei'ei;i sail suit Is now p nd
icjr. returnable on the first Monday In
the month of May next, as is by law re
quired Now. unless you. the said non-resident
defendant above narnei. and the
: unknow-n hir and devisees of said de
fendants. t-naH persi-nallv be and appear
'before said circuit i u.irt. on the hrsl
day of the n-xt term tiiererrf. to be
holden at Rod: Island, in and for said
county, on tie first Monday in May
next, and piead. answer or denvir to tr;e
said oompla """Tit's bill of complaint. Ihe
' same and the matters and thirifru there
in charsred and stated will be taken a-
confessed, and a decree entered against
you according to the prayer of said bill.
(iKORGF. W. GAMBLE. rk.
Rock Island. III., Mire". 19. 1913
.Stiallberg &i Harper, complainant s
F9 ' t?E!rAT9, BL'TTO.11. PI. EATINGS.
DAVENPORT I'LEATINO, BirTTON A
NOVELTY CO. 1'lione 73; 23d 8a
Putnam building. Davenport. Iowa.
Ft It penranta Tags, monogram!, pil
low cov.rs, et.; acevrdoon ina knife
pleating!. Tiom 2c yard and up. Buvton!
coverevl in iilal.i 'ind colored ivory
rims, iroin I t dner. up, Drsa for.i.
b.lllUtUl. m Ltm.lt M. .