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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY. APRIL. 26, 191S.
vere attack of facial erysipelas is now 1
i able to be around the bouse but is not
j Mrs. John Wainwright 'who was ill
: last week is now much better.
I School election in district 21, known
Daily United States Weather Map
Sincerity is Built Right into the
as Zurna school, created little inter
U. S. Deoartment of Agriculture.
est, there being only seven votes cast,
three for Samuel R Wainwright and
four for Sheldon Mum ma.
Percy lngraham of Cleveland visit
ed friends in Zuma Sunday.
Emil Eckstrom and family of East
Moline spent Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Cox.
America's First Caf
Miss Haaei Wainwright spent Sat
urday with her sister, Mrs. Harry
P. , - -c, -
Cook of Coe.
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rldlan aib. Ail pnwwirB rH'y1 u iereL
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rnl all piuum. laonnaas (dotu-d lines)
PMruurairt prfnsof nnsl uwnoeritare: drawn
Ur tor sere. truTl.c, 8u-. aud i v.
O O Pay ehd7-. 9 aonrr.
"y "twtt mtatnc
Aii1" ?rrtU"ft wind. t ftrnras. lowest
ZF2n k""". second. prvclptaaOoa
jnco-tir man lor put towa. third. max
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Daily, Mr.
and Mrs. Lyman Daily spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wain
wright of Coe.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin of East Mo
line were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. S.
I Mr. and Mrs. Clvde Wake were
callers in Watertown Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Seami enter
tained a company of young people at
their borne Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Henry Mumma, who has been
in poor health for several years, was
taken to the Watertown sanitarium
for treatment last Thursday.
The Brotherhood class of Zuna
Sunday school met at the church
Thursday evening for its regular
Clinton Donahoo and two daughters,
Mrs. Roy Pearsal and Mrs. Joe
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND, OA PEN PORT. MOUNE, AND VICINITY.
Fair tonight with frost. Son day fair and warmer.
night and Sunday, with frost tonfcht
and rising temperature Sunday.
Thi northeastern low which has ad
vanced -to the apper St. Lawrence val
ley, ham been attended by showers in
tb -eastern and southern portions of
the lake region and in tbe Ohio and
lower tUselssipui valleys. Hieh ores- 1 Rostnn 7fi
nures.and fair, cool weather prevail i Buffalo 80
from the eastern Rocky mountain j Rock Island 57
slope to the Mississippi valley. The j leuver ."ill
temperature at 7 a. m. was below ! Jacksonville SO
rreeMBjr trotn-Saskatchewan and Man- I Kautas City
itoha to eastern South Dakota and ' .w-Orleans
froBtB extendi! to Oklahoma. Anntli- ; New York
er area of low pressure is central , Norfolk
over Alberta and rising tumpcraturea j Phoenix
are noted in the northern Rocky moun- St. Ix.uis
tain se;tkns. The eastward move- St. Paul
mnt of the hiph and the approach of San I;otro
the northwestern lo will b- attended ' San Prancisco . .
by fair weather in this vicinity to- j Washington, u c.
Atlantic City 58 ."2
Winnipeg 34 20 .00
Yellowstone Park . 34 .00
Flood. Height Prep.
St. Paul 14 3.6 0.0
Red Wing 14 5.6 0.1
Reed's Landing ... 12 5.5 0.1
La Crosse 12 6.8 0.1
Lansing 18 8.1 xO.l
Prairie du Chien . 18 S.9 0.1
Dubuque 18 9.S 0.1
Le Claire 10 5 3 0.1
Rock Island 15 S.S 0.2
Slowly falling stages in tiie Mis-
tarter and light
nch wheel bate, corn.
ing ytem, $200.
.00 i si.-sippi will continue from below Du-
.00 ; buque to Muscatine.
.00 1 J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
Cliif-nid. Hi., April 20. Cattle
Hot's 11miO; mostly 10c lower.
linht S 758.95;
.' "'. .'.:,. heavy 8.45-38.85.
t.(i Minn; Bteady, unrhanced.
l.!ui'tnM of demand was foHpl'Hi
wi'h lifhuut-sw of reoe'ptb and the ho
niiiri.ft Ucami1 wen-k, casing ofT most
ly 10c from yrafrrday'B average. Mar
keting of some btoc.k ht id back by the
recotit iloixis in Ohio and Indiana,
helpud lower priois. I'acki rs re r.ot
largnly in th- market.
, ,1 L" y nom,na,: reccPu 1 RcK-k Island i,refarred
ooJy 100 head. 'Union Pacific
Sh-p and lambs slow; prices steady t- s ptpf.,
becan, of VsMww of receipt, but v s g, ,,ftirrd
thw woa not much lcmand. i
NEW YORK STOCKS.
N"i w York. Ai.ril 'ju.- I-'uiirnvini; are
.the quotations on the New York sto.k
, American Hupar Refiniag
American Tt 1. &. Tl 12&'j
.-t Paul i;
liiin'.is Centra! 1 !.",
International Harvester !:;
New York Central I""7.-,
Northern I'jwific lit',
l ennsylvrjiia t ,
People's Cas I'l'.iU
j Reading i c i
Kock Island rommou 2!
. P. It.;.
Wheat No. 2 red IWTH 109 14 ; No.
S red 10ia104; No.
No. S hard 9&d2.
Com No. 2 56; No. 2 white 57t4
C?6; No. 2 yellow fifi',4 (JiT.Ri ; No. 3
64f&6; No. 3 whit &oa5;i,; No.
S yf How M4tabhi .
Oat tkx 2 wtrito 3CV;36Vj: No. 3
wfetto Wt5S; standard 354r3C.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Mar 'wheat opened 92 Vi'-l'S'id ; clos
Can oponed 550755; closed 64Ts
OaU opeiK d S4'4 ff?31 ; closed 34 V.
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LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
ai ni in. i ni iriuri r. r nro 1 m n luio. 1
hard 93 V & 95 ; , sale quouUons on the locai niariset
Butter, Eggs and Cheese.
Kess, fresh, doz
Hitter, dairy, lb
Butter, packing stock, lb
Putter, creamery, lb. ...
Potatoes, bushel 55c
Sweet potatoes!, lb
Parsley, bunch .
Red and yellow onions.
Onions, bunch 4o
Cauliflower, head 1525c
Cucumbers, each 5c
Lettuce, lb 15r
Lettuce, head 25c
Flour, Feed and Fuel.
Trout, lb 17'
! Flour and Feed.
S. r;iv.-. bale
Hay, prairie. ba!o ....
Hay. prairie, ion
! i'.r:;n, owt
K t Corn, bits'je".
( Irit.-. load, bushel . .
Corn chop, cwt
1 Shorts, ton
Corn, busii. 1
Coal, lump, per ton..
, . .15c
. . .2Cu
. . .45c
. .52". 00
. . .$i.:;5
FubUratloB .Net Ire.
Non-rident 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
tt may concern:
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned. Alice C. Stiles, guardian of
Benjamin T. Stiles, a i.erson of unsound
mind, appointed such guardian by tne
district court oT the county or hilar K
Hawk. In the state of Iowa, will make
application to tue circuit court, to be
held in and for the county of R.ck Is
land, tn the state of Illinois, at a reg
ular term thereof, to be begun and held
at the court house in the city of Rock
Island. 111 the county of Rock
Island, and stale of Illinois, on the first
Monday 01 May. A. L). 151 a. for an order
and decree of said court, authorizing
and directing her as such guardian to I
all the interest of her said ward. I
licnjamin T. Sf.les, a person or un
snvjr.d mind. ir. and to the following de
scribe! rc;ti estrile. to-wit:
The west one hundred arid eighty-nine
feet of ul-:'t number live (i). in lot
number six ("), in the southeast quar
ter ol section ten in township sev
. ntccii (!7t. north rringe two 'l ). west
of the fourth principal meridian, as
sad sub-lot is shown and d-slgnattd
on the pl..t of Dextcr's sub-division of
lots six and nine, in tne southeast quar
ter of section 'en. and the northeast
fractional qu.irtei of section fifteen, in
s.:id townsf.ijn recorded In the record -
r's otfice of Rock Island county. Hanoi--.
In book 3. of plats at page 35;
.Tito tne nirht to use in common with
the owner of the east three hundred and ,
ccentv-eipht feet of the north h 1-a
feet of said s lb-lot, of the south ten
foil of the east three hundred and seventy-eight
feet of said sub-lot five, for
the purpose of a private drive or pas-
way to the west one nunarea ana
iuMy-nir.t le.-t of ! sub-lot. smi
altd in said county of Rock island and
'tate of Illinois, or so much thereof as
sr::H si eir. to said circuit court t be to
the best interest of said ward. Benja
min 'I'. Stiles, for the support of said
ward and for the purpose, of investing
::.' i.'-oce-ds of such sate as shall r.ot.
be immediately requisite for sucu sup
port, in "tiier real estate, or of other
wise investing the same, as shall be
saii'tioned bv law.
ratd this 4th dav f April. A. D. 1913.
Al.tfK C. STII.KS.
Guardian if said Benjamin T. sitiles, a
t.rrf n of unsound mind.
'Wulkur. Ingram A: Sweeney solici-
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things which are more important to you than the size of a manufacturer's factory,
or how many tfiousands of cars he builds, or how many talking points he may have in
The Haynes factory (new plant built and completely equipped in 1911) has been
called by authorities "one of the most efficient plants in the world." The Haynes out
put is large enough to earn minimum costs on parts and materials not so large as
to make Haynes cars common. Haynes equipment leaves nothing to be asked for.
But Haynes Sincerity means more to you than these tilings mean.
Haynes sincerity is possible only in such an organization as this, where the
original builder of the original Haynes of 1893 still is, and through all these years has
been, at the head of the same organization; where the skilled machinists have grown up
in the plant, inspired always by the Haynes spirit; where the same designing engineer has, lor many years,
worked out the logical development of the motor car, where every workman's wage is paid by the week and
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Model 22, four cylinders, 7 body styles S22SO to 3500
Model 23, Haynes " Six," 5-passcnger touring S2500
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Nijllcc of lub!,raf1ou.
ol i:iiiiuis. Kock Inland Coun-
llay term, A. L.
Henry Krambeck of Silvis visited
the fore part oi the week with his
i parents, Mr. and Mra. N. Krambeck.
William Andrews and daughters
i Ruth and Rmim nf r.onoann iricitfw)
..6c;at jjjg uome 0f rjaniel Jones thus
in ihe Circuit Court,
Joi;unali SLU'otrK. complainant, vs.
liiiai . UiitiL-rt, el ill., defendants. la
A tti. l.i v 1 1 nf nnn. r-sidTli'e of the fl-
.$24.00 1 lowing uVitjilnnts, ijiuiou W. Puts and
ijilza.bftn ii. Pill, his wire. fc.lius .
Gilbert. Jj.nina i'. U.ibcil. Jurats fc. Gil
bert. Clikiunccy K. Uilborl and Lena
'.'ilutrt. lno wife; i-ouise 1. Hoff
man, lur liiiabiind, Laward W. Hoff
man, and Fannie I. liilbert. K.
riaiues FiUs. Uiuton A'. Pitt, trustee
lindcr Hie last will and testameiil ot
Jennie VV. Pitts, deceased. Uideon j.
lJitts. cnauncey V. Pitts. Clara P. Pitts,
iiva L. Pills, Klizabelh V. Pitts. Lunr,a
A. Shorts and tipencer 1). anorts, her
iiuhbana. Caia U. Jewett and George U
Jew. tt. ii-r husband, and K'ta M.
lire- ii.: :i.r.U the athduvii of tne unknown
hens and deviseea of Lifvi Welis. de-cca.-(d,
and the unknown ui-m and
ii, viswa of Wells, deceased,
wife of Levi Wells, and the unKnowu
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ill other relics of any kind
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JOHNNY JONES. Mgr.
heirs ar.d devisees if Huntington Wells,
deceased, and the unknown heirs and
devisees of L.etitia Wells, deceased, and
H e unknown heirs and devisees of Joel
Wells, junior, deceased, and the un
known heirs and devisees of Mary
A ... ...-i ii.A tinUr.,,u.-n hir i.rl
William F. McKenrick Of East Mo- i devisees of David U. Sears, deceased, the
U,6Peit S!my hme flkS- Swnels'atd
Mlse Martha WeilS returned home ! devisees of Jonantham Buflura. deceas-
frotn Annawan Tuesday 1 cd. ajid the unknown heirs and devi-
,t t T5 . ses of Sarah Buffura, deceased, and the
ii- J. 1 toman and family were Mo- , unknown heirs and devisees of Jonah
line business Callers Wednesdav j H. Case, deceased, and the unknown
r. , . ' heirs and devisees of Julia Case, de-
George Jr. Holland was an East Mo- i ceased, and the unknown heirs and dev-
llne business Caller Thursday i isees of Spencer H. White, deceased.
w D a u j . . land the unknown heirs and devisees of
Airs. B. A. Hennegan and daughter, White, deceased, wife of Spen-
Mrs. William Gainer of Silvis, were ' cer IL White, and the unknown heirs
ana aevisees oi jonu v . cyu. ci , ue
Wreath, were in thp tri-cities Thurs
day. Elsie Walker has returned to her
home in Watertown.
Dr. Ellingworth and wife of Water
town were in Zuma Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marian Walker of
Watertown are visiting at the home
of Mr. Walkers daughter, Mrs. Clyde
Wake. Mrs. Walker met with quite j
an accident while out hunting eggs, i
She stepped on a hoard which trip-1
ped, throwing her against the barn I
door cutting a gash dear across the i day evening at the horn
forehead. Mrs. Walker was hurried , .Mrs. J
to Port Byron in an auto where Dr.
Bruner sewed up the cut and she is
Tuesday was quite a booster day
for the hard roads a merting held at
Hillsdale bringing many from the i
Mr. Gibson's brother George.-who was his farewell sermon. During
seriously ill with blood poisoning. He j slay here Mr and Mra c,ark
is improving now. i , , . . , . .
Mr Hobart of Rock Island visited j manv Trid outSi,de ,he on"
his daughter Mrs. Elmer 1-aitv. over 1 Rregatton. who feathered with his peo
ple to spend the evening. A two
course lunch w:is served and a purs
of money presented to Mr. ard Mrs.
Te Farmers' Social club met Eri-
of Mr. and
C. McWhihney. A short pro
gram was carried out and a lunch
was served by the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred l.indval of
Moline visited Sunday at Albert and
Gust Eawson's homes.
Wahlstrom and Anderroti shipped
a car of hogs to Chicago Tuesday.
.1. V. ('lark wa3 elected school di-
j rector at Sunny Hill and I. J. Bailey
i is me airector tor Kingdom school
I.V.U A I..
Notice ol t'lnul M'XIriiirnt.
Kstate of t,arali li. Uuliin.uii, Uc-
fiihli.- notice Is M.-rebv i;iven that
flic undersigned. I-eon I'. Itohiuson. ex
e, ut..r of tlu lnl will anil tesaiuv;it if
S;irah K. Kohiusuii. l eeas. ct, has Ill's
d.iy hied hin limit report anil settlement
as such in the prulmie iurt of ft. irk
1-lumt county, and hearing nn said re
.ort has hf.-ii set i'ur Mac c. at
j.i m i. m k ;1. ni.. at wnieii time per.-ons
!nl rested may ai.tar ami m;ike oltji c-
Mrs. Rob Beattie was in the tri
cities on business Monday.
Miss Sarah Davis went to Viola
Friday to visit with her sister, Mrs.
William Allen. She returned home
Robert Robertson and wife and
baby returned to Mathersville Friday
after visiting a few days with Mr.
Robertson's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
i ........... u,,u ,, ,,i,j,. t i.jii are
I liled, said report will -he approved at
. thai 1 1 me. and the uinj.-t ?lirn,., will ns
for an order of distribution, and ill
, also ask he dischal j;eil.
lio' k l-land. Hi.. April 1? 1!I.T
The farmers have btarted to plow i:xr;itor of the i-ast will ami tmm.
for corn. i"' nt of .Saij.Ii 1J. Knblusuu, deceased.
, - , , i H:iKh K. Curtis. att:nev
There was a fine attendance at Hie' .
! Sunny Hill Christian Endeavor Sun-;
day evening. The next meeting will! i-.-'ate or .vary A. w .-ii-ster. riv,-. ar"il
"O.I-- o l nerei; l-li Lit
. I lie in
Vol ho f Final oeltlrmrnl
Ksldtc of V
be held at Mount Pleasant with Miss
Kosina Roberts as leader. Special
preparation is being made for the
About 120 friends and neighbors of
Rev. and Mrs. S. T. Clark gathered at
their homo Tuesday evening at a
calling on relatives and friends here
Mrs. Lewis Sickler was called this
week to the home of her brother, Al
bert Weits of AuDawan, ILL, on ac
count of serious UlaeM of Mr. and
Mrs Welti's baby who has ben 111 for
the last two weeks with pneumonia.
Steve Mitten was a Moline business
Mrs. Thomas Gainey was a MoHne
business caller Thursday.
The Misses Myrtle and Nellie Flor
ine and Alice Fahlstrom who are at
tending Augustana college at Rock Is
land, spent Sunday with home folks.
ceased, and the unknown heir. and dev
' isees of iliza Spender, deceased, the
1 unknown heirs and devisees of Calvin
Alnsworth, deceased, the unknown heirs
and devisees of Lauru Ainsworth. de
ceased, the unknown heirs and devisees
ot D. Benton Pitts, deceased, the un
known heirs and devisees of David B.
Pitts, deceased, and the unknown beirs
and devisees of Hiram Pitts, deceased,
and the unknown he.rs and devisees of
Gideon Pitts, deceased. a.nd the unknown
heirs ajid devisees of Jane W. Pitts, de-
...... . ana tlis 1 , , ; Ij , , U rl ll . I r 1ATA fl V,
Mr. and Mrs. Jamesi Pertne of DaT- if ut Cyrus Pitts, deceased, the un-
1 known heirrf and devisees of Larcaret
enport spnt Sunday at the Frank B. Pitts, deceased, the unknown heirs
'and devisees of (jeorge . l.ynde, de
ceased, the unknown heirs and devisees
of Horace K. White, deceased, the un
known heirs and devisees of Marion S.
White, deceased, the unknown heirs and
devisees of Charles Ii. Ainsworth. de
ceased, the unknown heirs and devisees
of Mary E. Ainsworth. deceased, the
unknown heirs and devisees of Alfred
Webster, deceased, tiie unknown heirs
and devisees of Cyrus P. Gilbert, de
ceased, the unknown heirs and devisees
of Erastus Partridge, deceased, im
pleaded with the above defendants. Mo
line Water Power company, bavins: been
filed in the t-lerk's office of the circuit
court oi aju . "Uiu j, ii'julc i mere
fore hereby eriven to- the said non-resident
defendants that the complainant
filed her bill of compiaint in said court,
on the chancery side th-reof. on the
2th day of ilarch. 191 and that there
upon a summons issued out of said
court, wnerein said suit is now pend
ing:, returnable on the first Monday in
' the month of May next- as is by law re
j Now. unless you. the said non-resi-:
dent defendants above named, and the
unknown heirs and devisees of said de
fendants, sr.ail personally be and appear
before sal-', circuit court, on the first
day of the next term thereof, to be
! i. olden at Kock Island, in and for said
county, on tr.e first Monday in May
'next, and plead, answer or demur to the
Faid cum plainant's bill of complaint, the
Fame and the matters and thinK there
in charged and stated will be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered Rg-ainst
you according to tne praver of said bilL
;i:or.c-r: w. gamble, oerk.
R.-K-k lsianu. ii!.. Marcr: 2S. 11S
ir.sl h..rg ilarptr. ccmplaiaant s
isiirnnl. Ar. i.ie 1 1. Wi iisti r.
- ol I in- i .i.iti- of Marv A. H r ii-
si. r. ilii e.e-. (I. linn 1 1 i ; -c tiled bin
lllial report iillil setM. il.lll h Willi' in
Ho- ptol.iit- . out ..r l;..,-k HI. Hid coun
ty, ;i:..l inarira :i sulil i -piii t Imi I,. n
-i f-r Ma- i in;!. n ,,.k a. m..
at v!(i. h lime p-ions int'f-.--. m.iv
aprie.'il ;itl. in::k. ob.c.-l.ions Ho ret.-,
nr.ii if lio oh;' -::on.s are hie. I. pai.l ! '
p. rl w'li lie alM.Mive.1 al lhal time, all. I
Mi- uml. !-!- .-,1 will link fur an oril"r
of ili.- ' niiui oi., and wil alo ask to lie
Un. k Island. 111. pnl I'li, IS I ?,.
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The Ladies' Aid society of Zuma
M. E. church met at the home of Mrs.
Charles Walthen Thursday afternoon.
There was a good attendance al-
though a number of members
kept away by sickness. The
' meeting will be with
i Walthen in two weeks.
1 D. W. Mumma spent Tuesdav
, Sterling with his son Holmer.
Mrs. Clarence Walthen and young
i son of Minnesota are visiting at the
heme of Mr. Walthen's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Walthen.
I). B. Noah delivered grain to Hiils
ilrc. Jj. . Muaaaia mho hid a se-
farewell uartv. Rev. Mr (Marl.- will
Mrs. Rob McWhorter of Mathers-! rfllire from the ministry after prcah
ville Saturday packed her things and : jnP 51 years the last 19 years having
returned Tuesday to her home. j been pastor of the Homestead c hurch
George lxve returned from Daven- i here. Next Sabbath he will preach
port Monday where he was called by :
the death of his brother Ed lxve. ; -
Mrs. Con Wilson returned home ! TSJHi
ounuay to uikiiuomi, alter naviug
been here to see her nephew, George feij
Gibson, who was seriousiy ill.
Mrs. Charles Sass of Davenport
came Thursday for a visit with her
daughters, Mrs. Wrilliam Bell of Sher-
rard and Mrs. Walker Volk of Bowl
ing. Miss Blenda Bergstrom is very low. ;
Mrs. John O'Mealia and two small
est children went to Taylor Ridge
Friday and visited her sister, Mrs. .
Henry Wilson, till Monday.
Mrs. Love received word of the
death of her son, Ed Love, of Daven-;
port Sunday. This is a double be-1
reavement, for Mrs. Love buried her i
husband just two weeks before that. ;
Lawrence Barrett is quarantined
on account of scarlet fever.
News was received here of the mar
riage of Miss Jessie Farrow to Mr.
Nitz of Coal Valley last Friday. She
was a former Sherrard girl but late
ly lived in Silvis.
Quite a number of the young peo-1
pie attended a dance in Orion Thurs-:
; day evening.
Mrs. Roy McFadyen and children
, and Mrs. Vance Sherrard and daugh
ter Mabel were shopping in the tri
j cities Friday.
j Mrs. William Kerns of Davenport :
fame Thursriav tn viir hr niH frinrta :
for two or three days.
William Gibson and wife and son
returned home Tuesday to Oskaloosa. i
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