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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, lylS
TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS
Local and Foreiqn :
Chicago and New York market fur
nished by E. W. Wagner & Co., mem
bers Chicago Board of Trade; grain,
provisions, Btocks and cotton; private
wires to all financial centers. Corre
spondents on the New York Stock and
Cotton Exchanges. Trl-clty office in
Rock Island hotel Thoaa Rock la
P. J. McCORMICK. Manager.
V;iieat Open. High. Low. Cloee.
Sept. 87 88 87 88b B
Deo 90 92i 90 92 A
Way 95 97i 95 97 A
Sept. .... 744 75 1'a 75
Dec 70 72 70 72
May 72 73Ts 72'i 73
Sept. 41 42 41 42
Dec 45 45 44 45V A
May 48 4S 4S 4S A
Sept 21.55 21.75 21.55 21.75
Jan 19.82 20.02 19.82 20.02 B
Sept. 11.15 11.22 11.15 11.22
Oct. 11.25 11.32 11.25 11.32 A
Sept. 11.20 11.27 11.20 11.27 A
Oct. 11.15 11.22 11.15 11.20 B
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2, r. t292H: No. 3, r,
192: No. 4. r. 8890; No. 2,
hw, 88fc90; No. 3. hw, SS'i89;
No. 4, hw. 87 8S; No. 1. ns. 93
94: No. 2. ns, 92Q94; No. 3. ns. 90
&92; No. 4. ns. 85Q90; No. 2. s, 91
&93; No. 3, s, 89 ft 91; No. 4. s. S589;
No. 1. tc. 90 91; No. 2, vc, 89
Cf90; No. 3. vc, 87QS9.
Corn No. 2, 76 77; No. 2. w,
'7677: No. 2. y. 7677U: No. 3,
7G077; No. 3. w, 76S77; No. 3, y.
7$(&77: No. 4, 7576: No. 4,
,w, 76 76; No. 4. y, 76fi76; egm
and sgy, 75.
Oats No. 2, 42; No. 2. w, 44
44; No. 3, 41 42; No. 3. w,
42g43; No. 4, w, 41?j42;
atandard. 43&44; sgw, 40fi41.
lCc higher. Mixed 7.3008.75. good
7.S0S8.15, rough 7.1037.65, light 7.45
Cattle steady to 10c lower.
Sheep 10c lower.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Kansas City 9.000 22.000 13.000
Omaha 7,200 5,500 19,000
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Estimates 20,000 4,000 20,000
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Sept. 3. Following are
the quotations on tno New York stock
Union Pacific 150
U. S. Stel preferred 10S
U. 9. Steel common C2
Rock Island preferred 2C
Rock Island common 1G
Chicago & Northwestern 127
Southern Pacific 89;
New York Central 95
Missouri Pacific 28
Great Northern 125
Northern Pacific Ill
Louisville & Nashville 134
Colorado Fuel & Iron 31
Canadian Pacific 220
Illinois Central 10S
Erie '. 28
Chesapeake & Ohio 59
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 89
Baltimore & Ohio 95
American Locomotive 35
St. Paul . 105
Lehigh Valley 153
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Butter, Eggs and Cheese.
Sept. 3. Following are the whole
sale quotations on ttie local market
Eggs, rfesh. doeen 23c
Butter, dairy, pound 25c
Butter, creamery, pound 29c
Coal, lump, per tea . J3.50, $4.00
Timothy hay $14$15
Bale straw 8-0
II WAGNER'S REVIEW i!
New York, Scpt 3. There Is prac
tically no margin cf safety over the
5 per cent rate in force. Look for
nothing but a good trading market
frfom day to day from now on.
Call Bids on Track, Chicaao.
Corn September track, No. 3 mixed 1 Butter, packing stock, pound
75, No. 3 w 7C, No. 3 y 75. Ten
days' track. No. 3 m 75. No. 3 w
Parsley, buncli 3c
7C, No. 3 y 76. October track, No. 1 Tomatoes, greenhouse, tail. ..$lfl.25
3 m 74, No. 3 w 75, No. 3 y 74
Oat September track. No. 3 w 43,
standard 43. No. 2 w 4-4. Tn days'
truck. No. 3 w 43. standard 43, No.
2 w 44. Oc'ohT track, No. 3 w 43',i,
standard 44. No. 2 w 44.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
Hogs 5c to 10c higher. Quali'y
poor. Mixed, $7.301i8.75: good,
J7.80O8-45; rough, $7.15fif7.65; light,
$7.95S5; pigs, $5.857.80; bulk,
Cattle S'eady. Beeves, $7.35
920; cows, ?3.25fr 8.r.5; stockers.
Sheep $3.00 4. 6i; lambs, $3.90
7. CO; make sheep, weak.
Nine O'ciock Market.
Hogs Roceipta, 2S.0OO. Left over,
6.800. Open steady. Mixed, $7.20
.70; good, $7.75)8.40; rough, $7.00?j
7.55; liifht. $7.90&8.70
Cattle Receipts, 14,000. 10c to 15c
Sheep Receipts, 32,000. Steady.
Close of Markets.
Onions, bunch 2c
Cucumbers, per doaen 20c
Lettuce, pound 10c
New potatoes, bushel 80c 90c
New cabbage, Louisiana, pound ..3c
Onions, Texas, Bermuda and Silver
Sklc, per bushel $1.00
Old cocks 7c
Morning Grain Letter.
Chicago, Sept. 3. Dry period con
tinues in corn belt. No rains since
Aug. 18. No rains practically yester
day. Further damage to corn figured
as result of continued drouth. The,
cotton reduction of 11 points seem a
certain forerunner of 10 or 11 point
drop in corn. Locals are figuring a
4 condition for corn. B. W. Snow's
guess is due today. He will probably
estimate the condition 63 to 65 per
cent. Fear of a small corn movement
all month, has helped the arrival of
new levels. Toledo reports that wheat
shorts at that center are in a bad po
sition. Offerings of red wheat In
Ohio are small and bulges are expect
ed In Toledo September wheat. Two
red wheat at Chica'o figures at, a 3
cent premium above the September
price. While oats may work higher
and will be affected by advances in
other grains, oats deliveries are very
large at 2,900,000. Would remember
this. Ca3h corn Is 1 to 2 cents above
the September price and there are no
corn deliveries. Supply of products
In Chicago cellars Sept. 1 is a stand
off. The total is not seriously bear
ish. Market is governed temporarily
by run of drouth-troubled hogs. Corn
may hold its new ground until the
Sept. 8 report proves up the real corn
condition. The Snow report, due to
day, will presumably support these
levels. Wheat seems to be awaken
ing. Russian news suggests only mod'
erate exports from Russia this week
We believe world' Imports of wheat
will equal 635 million wheat for 1913
1914 or only 25 million below the
record. Only once In a long period
does wheat decline in September.
It is usually a purchase on world ab
sorption at this period. We prefer
fair tonight and Thursday; warmer in
west portions tonight.
Montana Generally, fair tonight and
Thursday,- preceded by showers In the
ea6t tonight; warmer tonight in east
Wyoming Generally fair tonight
and Thursday; warmer tonight
Chicago, SepL 3. Failure of normal
August rainfall In 70 per cent of the
United States and continuation of
drastic drouth forces corn to new
highs. The September upturn is evi
dently scheduled to arrive in first half
Our own corn reports are less favor
able and the September 1 condition
may run 65 or a little below. The big
reduction in cotton to 6S.2 on dry aug
gests a cut corn condition In many
The Foster prediction of a Septem
ber that will be warmer and drier than
the normal promises actual verifica
tion. August rains ran Aug. 18 to 28
and a 15-day dry period has followed.
A corn crop that la "'weather muti
lated" to below a 2,400,000,000 basis
naturally lends Itself to bull tendencies.
The corn market Is largely an "eco
nomic value affair." The crop prom
ise Is tantallzlngly light and the fall
price waits on sentiment
Wheat is practically never a suc
cessful sale in September. Wheat
should hold a current ground this
month and has an excellent chance
Sentimental boundaries In December
and May corn for the fall may be
around the 75c levels. We are inclined
to raise our approximation of world's
wheat imports to 635,000,000.
Oats will have their periods of weak
ness but as in wheat the tendency is
to compare oats with corn levels. May
corn, oats and wheat are favorable in
The Misses Marvel and Eunice Bow
ser returned to their home today, af
ter a pleasant visit at the home of
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Mrs. C. Ripley returned to her home
at Eldon. Iowa, Tuesday, after having
visited relatives In this vicinity and
Miss Arizona Watson and brothers,
Russell and Briers, spent Sunday at
the D. A. Kleist home.
Mrs. P. Hanrle of Lone Tree, Iowa,
Is a guest of Mrs. Thomas Watson.
Everett Kistler of Buffalo Prairie
was a caller in this vicinity Monday.
Gail Stewart, who resides on the
J. Gatz farm, four miles southeast
of Muscatine, suffered quite a loss by
fire Monday afternoon, when his grain
ary, double corn cribs and their con
tents were burned, also several cat
tle sheds and farm machinery, includ
ing a corn sheller, three farm wagons,
a top buggy and harness, a summer
crop of wheat and 150 bushels of corn.
It is a total loss as Mr. Stewart car
ried no insurance.
The Drury township union picnic
will be held Saturday. Sept 6, at Wil
liam Powell's grove, southwest of Hli
Mrs. Ira Boney and children of Buf
falo Prairie spent from Friday till
Sunday at the home of her pare'nts,
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Gillett. Her sister.
Mrs. C. Blankenburg and children of
Fedora, S. D., who are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Gillett, accompanied Mrs.
Boney to her home.
SAYS FLAGS PROVE
Drift of the Weather.
Illinois Generally fair weather, ex
cept probably local thundershowers in
extreme north portion tonight or
Thursday; lower temperature in ex-
j treme northeast portion tonight.
maiana oeneraiiy iair tonignt. ana
Halibut, fresh .
".76S7.R5; Texans. S6.50&8.00; west-! catnsh pound
rns, $G.3& 3.00; calves. $10 12.50. I T0ut 'ncund . '.
Perch 4c, 7c Thursday; cooler in extreme north
10c portion tonight and in north and een-
8c I tral portions Thursday.
Flour, Fesc! and Fuel.
Straw, ton $97,0
Straw, halo 35c(?J40c
Hay, prairie, bale 55c 60c
Eran, tea $23.00
Eran, cv.t $1.25
Ear corn, bushel 75c
Oats, load, bushel 43c45c
Corn chop, cwt $1.35
Shorts, ton $24.00
Shorts, cwt $1.25
I Hogs steady at early prices; 5c to' Wheat, bushel 90c
Missouri Fair and continued warm
tonight and Thursday.
Wisconsin I'nse'tled weather, with
showers tcnight or Thursday.
Minnesota Unsettled weather, with
showers tonight or Thursday; warmer
in northwest portion.
Iowa Generally fair in south; prob
ably thundershowers in north portion
tonight or Thursday.
North Dako'a Unsettled weather,
with showers tonight or Thursday;
warmer in west portion tonight.
Nebraska and Kansas Generally
Local Observer Attempts
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Generally fair and con
tinued warm tonight
Obrrtlons takan t I & m.. 75th mertdiaa 'um. Air xnamn todocwJ to ae level. Isobirs (coPtlnnotis lines) pus through poln's
of equal air preMuie. UotUorm Wotted Unea) paaa tUrougU polau of eaal temperature; drava oniy for zero, freens. Vfi andl0O.
O O partly cloudy: O cloudy: rain: mow; report missing. Arrows By wltH the wind. First insures, lowest
UBTPTatnro part 12 noun; second, precipitation of .01 Inch or more for past U noara; third, maximum wind Telocity.
"If the official weather prophet
would base his predictions on the ef
fect, of the wind on the flags which
by his direction are hoisted daily
from the flag staff on The Argus
building, he would come nearer the
truth than he has been during the
present season, at least," remarked
an observer this, morning. "I have
been studying this thing. For In
stance, for two days this week the pre
dictions were for cooler weather, and
both the days the Indications were up
the wind was blowing a furnace-like
heat in from the south. The flags
showed it indisputably. And did we
get the relief that was officially sug
gested? Not that anybody could
notice. On the contrary it continued
to sizzle, until at last the official prog
nasticator has thrown up his hands
and has consented that the warm
weather continue. That is the way
the signal reads today. According to
the way things have been going by
contraries,' let us hope he misses his
"And I am almost willing to ven
ture that this will prove true, for ac
cording to the effect on the flags this
morning the wind was shifting to a di
rection that means a cooler temper
ature." In view of the rash assertions of
the citizen who has set himself to the
task of convicting the weather man
by his own instruments, the brand
we are to have during the next 24
hours may be watched with some par
ticular degree of interest
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
j.q me ijircun touri or saia coimtt
To the September term, A. 13. 1K13. ;i
Chancery. , j
William H. RIewerts .complainant, vs.
IX C La Rue ,et al., defendants. Bill
to Quie; Titlo.
D. Li. La Rije; the unknown heirs or
devisees of D. 1. La Rue, deceased;
Katie La Rue, Henry C. Kramlieft; the
unknown wife or widow of Henry C.
Kramhoft; the unknown heirs or devi
sees of Henry C. Kramhoft, deceased,
and the unknown owners of the south
east quarter of the northeast quarter
of section fourteen (14), also tiie fol
lowing described tract of land: Com
mencing at a stake eleven (11) rods
and fifteen (15) links south of the
northwest corner ot section thirteen
(13), township nineteen (19), north
range two (2), east of the fourth princl-
mfriritnn IMi'U 1 al n nil ,.)iiv, t v liliM.ilu
thence north fifteen (15) rods and ten
(10) links, thence south seventy-four
(74) degrees, west thirteen (13) rods
and four (4) links, thence south forty-j
five (45) degrees and thirty (30) min-'
utes, east to the place of beginning, be- i
lng ninety-one (1) square rods, all in
township nineteen (la), north range!
two (2). east or the fourth principal i
meridian, situated in said Rock i.sland
county and the said slate of Illinois. I
Affidavit of non-residence of each i
and all of the above named defendants!
having been filed in the office of the!
clerk of the circuit court of said ooun- '
ty, notice is hereby mven to each of
said noi. resident defendants, that com
plainant 1UJ his bill of complaint ia
said court, on the rbB"ery side thereof,
on the 21st of Mai-cu. J, U 1S13, and
that thereupon a siimmo.. '.ttiiii out
of said court, wherein said suit is LI K ,
pending, against said defendants abovt
named, returnable on the lirst Monday j
of May, 1S13, as is by law required, and j
it appearing lrom said summons re
turned to said court that said defend
ants could not be found in this county,!
an alias summons issued out. of said I
court, wherein said suit is nov pend-i
lng, against said defendants above nam
ed, returnable on the third Monday of
September, 1913, as is by law required.
Now. unless you, the said non-resi-j
dent defendants above named, and each I
of you. shall personally be and appear
before said circuit court on the lirst :
day of the next term thereof, to be
holden at Rock Island, in and for said
county, on the third Monday in Sep-:
tember, 1U13, next, and plead, answer
or demur to said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same and the matters
and things therein charged and stated
will be taken as confessed, and a de
cree entered against you according to
the prayer of said bill. I
In testimony whereof, I have here-'
unto set my hand and affixed the seal
or saia court, at mv olnce in Rock Is
land, this 23rd day of July, A. P. 1K13. i
tiKOKOE V. GAMUL.E, Clerk. '
Devore N. Simonson. solicitor.
Can You Give Us the Correct Answer To This Rebus?
. .... Try It.
CAN YOU. SOLVE IT?"
Geneva, Switzerland The headless
trunks of two Italian Alpine climbers
were found near Simpson Pass. It Is
believed the two were victims of th-j
Don't waste your money buying plas
ters when you can get a bottle of
Chamberlain's Liniment for 25 cents.
A piece of flannel dampened with this
liniment is superior to any plaster
for lame back, pains In the side and
chest, and much cheaper. Sold by all
t Showers on the north Pacific coast
and In the Rocky mountain region and
the middle and upper Missouri valley
and the northern portion of the lake
region hava resulted from the north
western low which Is central over Al
berta and from an area of relatively
warm weather Is Indicated for this
vicinity tonight and Thursday.
High. Low. Prep.
lower Missouri yalley to New England, j Denver
A storm of considerable Intensity i Jacksonville
which Is central over North Carolina Kansas City
has caused rain as far northward as New Orleans
New Jersey. Continued high tempera-1 New York . . .
tures prevail In the central valleys I Norfolk
and wanner weather Is noted In the ; Phoenix
extreme northwest, due to the Alberta
low. High pressures and cooler weath
er weather preTall In Manitoba and
the northern portion of the lake re
Sion. Generally lair and continued
7S 72 .02
82 CS .00
SS 72 .00
97 73 .CO
82 08 .0i
SO 72 " .00
9S 76 .00
SO 7S .00
S2 70 .00
SO 68 .4D
94 70 .00
95 SO .00
S4 64 .20
72 64 .00
66 58 .00
iS 55 ..6
Washington, D. C. . 82 70
Winnipeg 72 52
Yellowstone Park . 48
Flood. Height Chng.
St. Paul 14 1.6 xO.l
Red Wing 14 2.6 xO.l
Reed's Landing ... 12 2.7 0.0
La Crosse. 12 2.6 0.0
Lansing 18 3.1 0.0
Prairie du Chiea .. 18 2.9 0.0
Dubuque 18 3.6 ' o!o
Le Claire 10 1.2 0.0
Rock Island 15 2.6 0.0
Nearly stationary 6tages in the Mis
sissippi will continue from below Du-j
buque to Muscatine.
J. iL SHER1ER, Local Foiecaster,
Estata of Joseph It Chandler de
ceased. The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last will and
testament of Joseph II. Chandler late
ot the county of Koch. Island su.te of
Illinois deceased hereby gives notice
that be will appear before the Hon
Ben Jar.. in F. Bell, judge of the probate
court of Rock Island county, at the
f robate court room. In the city of Rock
sland. at the July term, on the first
Monday In July next, at which time all
persons having claims against said es
tate are notified and requested to at
tend for the purpose ot having the
same adjusted. All persons lnltli-i to
said estate are requested to make Im
mediate payment he undcrs'Kiind.
Dated th day of May. A. L. 131
James W . Maucker. attorney.
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PIRECTION'S Correct solution of the above rebus expresses a state
ment of fact complimentary to our firm and pianos.
FOR THE CORRECT OR NEAREST CORRECT SOLUTION
To the above Rebus, we will give absolutely FREE the $"00 Piano.
The next best ,a beautiful 26-plece Chest of Guaranteed Silverware.
The next best a Genuine Diamond Ring. The next best, a Ladies' or
Gentleman's Gold Watch. The next five nearest correct solutions
will receive credit orders or vouchers for $135. The next five
credit vouchers for $130. The next five credit -vouchers
for $125. And all persons answering this Rebus
will receive a credit voucher for at least $2.", also another premium,
and should there be more than one correct answer, or two or more tie
in being correct in their solution, awards will then be made to the
contestant presenting his or her solution displayed in the most attrac
tive manner, and of the greatest value from an advertising viewpoint.
Only one person in a family can enter. All contestants will be notified
by mail and all premiums must be called for within ton days from
the closing of the contest The judgeo of this contest will bo three
prominent business men of this city.
We want to assure you that every one entering this contest has
an equal opportunity of securing one of the largest premiums. The
Judges will be three disinterested men of 'his city. Don't delay an
swering, but send jour solutioc today. CONTEST CLOSES SEPT.
9th, at 6 p. mi.
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BnDdreds oi tnllct of picturesque travel;
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farelea trips a too re atinterastinj point
including the Keokuk dam .the 128 ,000
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"Aawici'i beat rinr aervica'
Btrecklus Steamers provide tripe of from
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R. J. FlTLLERTOJf , Lcal A art.
Estate of Nicholas I'arkes, deceased.
The und.TKiKlii.il having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
Nicholas Parkes. late or the countv of
Jtock Island, state of Illinois, deceased.
hereby Kives notice that lie will appear
before the probate court of Rock Island
county, at the. probate court room,, in
the city oT Kw k Island, at the January
term, on the first Monday In January,
A. L. 1914. next, at which- time all n-r-
sons having claims acninst said estate
are notified and requested to attend for
tne purpose or having the same adjust
ed. All persons Indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate pay-
mm io ine unaersignea.
IJatea secona day t,l September. A. D.
1913. WILLIAM 11. PARKES.
Jackson, Hurst & Stafford.attorneys.
Berlin The impressive annual par
ade and inspection by Emperor Will-
Vou can pay for treatment when
I CLOSE THE OPEMAG AT OXCE.
Xo knfe. no narafflne. no injection, or
detention from business.
I have succcesstully made a specialty
of rupture low down and hard to hold;
ruptures following operations, navel
ruptures, falling of the womb, and all
bad cases in men. women and children,
and have my greatest success with pa
tients wno nave lanea to gui a cure
If you must wear a truss and only
knew what comfort
Guardian's Sale ul Ileal Estate.
State of Illinois, County of Hock Is
In the Probate Court, at the August
term. A. D. 1!12.
iiy virtue of a decretal order of the
probate court of said county, entered
on Aug. 6, 1913, at the August term of
said court, A. . 1913, on the applica
tion of Krancls K. Webster, us guardi.in
of ixiuis V. Webster, minor, to seil the
following described real e.stat.-, belong
ing to said minor, situated in the co-ui.tv
of Schuyler and state of Illinois, and
being tne unaiviaeu one-tentn ti-iotnj
of all the following described real es
Lot No. eleven (11) .the north one
half of lot No. ten (10;, and five (5)
feet off the south side of lot No. twelve
(12), all In block No. three (3), In Wil
liam ftlcCreery's addition to the town
(now city) of Rushville, except eighty
(SiJ) feet oft the west end of all of said
tracts; also lot two (3). In block two
(2), in James G. McCrecry's lirst addi
tion to the towri now city) of Kush
ville. I shall, on Tuesday .the ninth
day of September, A. D. 1913. at the
east door of the court house. In the
city of Hock Island, and state afore
said, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m.,
offer for sale all the interest of said
minor In and to the said real estate, at
public vendue to th highest and best
bidder or bidders. Terms of sale, cash
on approval of sale by the court.
Dated this 6th dav of August. A. D
1913. FRANCIS K. WEBHTEK,
Guardian for Louia Webster, Mi
nor. II. D. Lewis, and Walker, Ingram &
lam cf the cavalry, Infantry and artil
lery composing the guards army corps
was held on the Tcmplehof leld.
Many Americans were present.
The Troat of Last Hesort
brings to you.
Motlcr of Publication.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
in the Circuit Court, September term.
A. D. 1913
Itosa .Margaret Hill vs. Frank MIL
Aflnlavlt of non-residence of Frank
Ili.i. tue above defendant, having been
filed in the clerk'si ofllce of the circuit
court of said county, notice Is there
lore hereby given to the said non-res-ldent
defendant that the complainant
lied her bill of complaint In said court,
on the chancery sidu thereof, on the
16th day of August, 1913, and that
thereupon -a summons Issued out of said,
court, i'!-lu said suit Is now pend-
irig, ret -.r'.e on the third Monday In
the irto.!... ut September net. u U by
law itquni il.
Now, unless you, the said non-resident
defendant above named, Frank
Hill, bhail personally be and appear
before said circuit court, on the first
day of the next terni thereof, to be
holden at Rock Island, in and for the
said county, on the third Monday In
September next, and plead, answer or
uemur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint the same und the matter
and things therein charged and stated
will be taken as confessed, and a de
cree entered against you according to
the prayer of haid bill.
GEOKOli W. GAMBLB. Clerk.
Rock Island, UL. Aug. ID. 1913.
Estate of William Martin Wendt, de
ceaswl. The. undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of William ilartin Wendt
latf of the county of Rock Island. sta;e
of Illinois, derca'cd, hereby gives no
lo you, you wouldn't be without 1 "V . '.' , ar e'r tne
one a single day. It holds runturen "on- njamin i.e.i, ju:ge o ithe pro-
easier that oiher trusses anrl afif-r nil : .'.. e court or K )UK Island countv. at
others fail. Sixty days' trial. Worn 'he probate c'Jiirt room. In th; city of
and endorsed by thousands.
No leg straps, elastic bands or steel
1893 20 Years' Experience 1913
If you cannot call, write for cata
logue. M. H. BROWN, M. D.
33 Qutaey St, Chteaajo, III.
Xext visit tm Rock lalaad. Harawr hour,
Taaradar. Sept. 48a.sm.to4aaa.
Vifk Ibianri At ti,. ni'ttih... &
the first Monday In Noi tnbt r nrt' r.t'
v.-hlch time all persons j-iavlng claims
aa-cinet said estate are tiotliied and re
quested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjust-!. All persona
indebted to said estate a renuej.tert to
make Immediate paymer
2Stb day of
to the under-
fu.:j".. A. D.
Notice Sale ot Ileal Estate.
By virtue of an order and decree of
the probate court of Rock Island coun
ty, Illinois, mad'- on the petition of the
undersigned, Frederick Appelquist, ex
ecutor of the estate of Joneph II. Chan
dler, deceased, for leave to sell the real
estate Of said deceased, at the August
term, A. 1. 1913, of said court, to-wit,
on the 30th day of August, 1913, I shall,
on the 30th day o-f September next, be
tween the hours of 10 o'clock "In the
forenoon and 4 o'clock In the afternoon
of said day. sell at public sale, at th
east door of the court house in the city
! of Hock Inland, In said county,, the real
esiaie aewriuea as follows, to-wit:
Lots No. eleven (11). No. three (3). and
No. four (4). in Allen Fleming's ad
dition, in Kuutti Rock Island township.
In Rock Island cc-unty. Illinois, on tha
following terms, to-wlt. for cash.
Exicutor of tht Estate of Joseph H.
Chandler. deceased. ,
patcd this 30th day of August. A. D.
James W. Maucker. attorney..