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THE ROCK ISLAM) ARGUS. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1913.
TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS
; Local and Foreign
Chicago and New Tork markets fur
nished hy H. V. Wagner & Co., mem
bers Chicago Board of Trade; grain,
provisions, Etocks and cotton; private
wires to all financial centers. Corre
spondents on, the New York Stock and
Cotton Exchanges. Tri-clty office la
Rock Island aoteL Phono Rock Is
P. J. McCORMICK. Manager.
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
Primary Movement. . Vegetables.
Receipts. Shipments. I parsley, bunch - sc
Wheat today 1,946,000 1,202,000
Year ago 1,942.000 1,215,000
Corn today 1,100,000 657,000
Year ago 921,000 580,000
r i 's c i ',B
91 - 91 A
90- 9C A
45 3i 4534- 45g
4S 44. 4SU-
Sept. 22.25 22.25 21.80 21.10 A
Jan. 20.42 20.42 20.22 20.35
Sept. 11.40 11.40 11.35 11.35
Oct. 11.45 11.47 11.C5 11.40 A
Sept. 11.15 11.20 11.12 11.12-A
Oct. 11.27 11.27 11.17 11.20
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2, r, 93: No. 3, r, 92
96; No. 4, r. 90f?92; No. 2, hw, 89
90; No. 3. hw, 88 19; No. 4. hw.
84088; No. 1, ns. 9293; No. 2,
ns, 9193; No. 3. ns. 89 91: No. 4,
, ris, 8488; No. 2, s, 90091; No. 3, 8,
880 90; No. 4. s, 840.88; No. 1, vc, 91
91K.'. No. 2, vc, 90091; No. 3, vc,
88089; No. 1, dur, 891(90; No. 2, dur,
88089; No. 3, dur. 86088.
Corn No. 2, 760 78; No. 2. w, 77
78; No. 2, y, 77Z78; No. 3. 76078;
No. 3. w. 76073; No. 3, y, 7607S;
No. 4. 76(B7C?i; No. 4, w, 76 077;
No. 4. y, 760 76; sgy and sgm, 73
Oats No. 2, 420 43; No. 2, w, 44
(&44; No. 3. 42: No. 3, w, 430 44;
No. 4, w, 420 43; standard, 44044;
sgw, 420 42-.
Call Bids on Track Chicago.
Corn 10 days track. No. 3, m, 76;
No. 3, w, 77; No. 3, y. 7G: Septem
ber track. No. 3. ni, 75 ; No. 3, w,
77; No. 3, y, 76; October track,
No. 3, ni, 72; No. 3, w, 74; No. 3, y,
74; year track. No. 3, in, 70; No. 3, w,
70; No. 3, y, 70.
Oatb 10 days and September track.
No. 3. w, A?,; Ktandurd. 44; No. 1',
w. 44; October track. No. 3. w,
43; standard, 41.; No. 2, w, 44.
Wheat opened to higher;
cloned unchanged to higher.
Corn opened higher; closed
. . . . . 59 332
Minneapolis 35S 1,017
Uuluth Zo 178
Winnipeg 490 147 57
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Tomatoes, greenhouse, bu. .
Onions, bunch c!
and the increasing Russian offers
served to check the advance. At 1:30
p. m. the market was dull, but steady.
Corn opened .with shorts covering
and prices higher and further ad
vanced during the morning with an
additional gain of to . The steady
American cables with firmness in
Buenos Ayres and a belief in a bullish
government report caused the advance.
The advance was checked by a small-
Cucumbers, per coieo , inquiry for plate parcels at the ad-
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
Hogs 14,000; opened strong: left
over 3,300. Light 8.500 9.40. mixed
7.7009.25, rough 7.C5 08.15, good 8.20
Cattle C.000; weak to 10c lower.
Sheep 50,000; 10c lower.
Nine O'Clock Market.
Hogs 5c to 10c higher than yester
day's average. Mixed 7.S509.5O. good
8.3009.05, rough 7.700 8.25, light 8.60
09.50, pigs 5.1508.20, bulk 8.2008.85.
Cattle 10c lower. Beeves 7.0009.10,
cows 3.2508.30, stackers 5.7507.85,
Texans 6.50 0 8.00. westerns 6.350S.1O,
calves 10.00 11.75.
Sheep 10c lower, 3.00 4.6 5, lambs
Close of Market.
Hogs steady at early prices; 5c to
10c higher than yesterday's average.
Mixed 7.8509.50, good 8.3009.05, rough
7.7008.25, light 8.6009.50.
Sheep 10c lower.
Western Hog Market.
St. Joseph 5,200
Sioux City 6.000
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago ......... 30,000 16.000 35,000
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Omaha 4,400 1,800 7.500
KanBas City . 20.000 3.000 3,000
New potatoes, bushel 8Oc09Ocj
New cabbage, Louisiana, pound ..3c
Onions, Texas, Bermuda and Silver
Skin, per bushel ?L00
Old cocks 7c
Halibut, fresh 0c
PickereL sound 8c
Catfish, pound 15e
Trout, nound 14C
Flour, Feed and Fuel.
Straw, von ....$9.50
Straw, bale 35c40c
Hay, prairie, bale 55c60c
Bran, ton Z3.oo
Bran. cwt. $1-25
Ear corn, bushel 75c
Oats, load, bushel 42c44c
Corn chop, cwt. $1.35
Shorts, ton $24.00
Shorts, cwt $1.25
Wheat, buEhel 90c
Coal, lump, per ton $3.50, $4.00
in on Timothy hay $140 $15
iiaie straw o.w
Rye, per bushel 64c
vance and easier spot market.
Drift of the Weather.
Illinois and Wisconsin Fair tonight
and probably Wednesday; rising temperatures.
Missouri, Iowa and Kansas Gener
ally fair tonight and Wednesday; ris
Minnesota Generally fair except
probably showers north tonight or
Wedwnesday; warmer tonight; cooler
North and South Dakota Generally
fair tonight; cooler Wednesday.
Nebraska Generally fair tonight or
Wednesday; cooler Wednesday.
Montana Generally fair tonight;
Wyoming Generally fair; cooler.
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NEW YORK STOCKS.
5ew York, Sept. 9. Following are
the quotations on tee New Tork stock
V. S. Steel common
Rock Island preferred . . .
Rock Island common 17
Southern Pacific 90
! New York Central 96
ljouisville & Nashville ...
Chesapeake & Ohio
Brooklyn Rapid Transit .
Baltimore & Ohio
American I-ocomotive . . .
Republic Steel common . .
II WAGNER'S REVIEW i
Closing Stock Letter.
New York, Sept 9. A weak tone
prevailed at the opening, but in the
afternoon a fair crop report finally
made Its appearance, there was some
thing of a rally, possibly covering on
the bad news, because goodness knows.
there is nothing bullish about that
report. There was a little covering
of shorts in New York Central, after
the amount of the declaration of the
regular dividend; and the petroleum
stocks gave a good account of theni-
London was said to be influenced
by pessimistic estimates regarding
the corn crop figures, and arbitrage
brokers sold here durinc the early
trading. The street looks forward
...126 with interest now to the steel figures;
...111 the market continue to indicate a
Aftermath of Heat Wave.
Chicago, Serjt 9. We are getting
further reports of confirmation on the
serious damage to corn by the last
In our opinion the government re
port will be more optimistic than the
real conditions; trade hesitating on
the possibilities of rain.
Co matter how much rain we can
get from now on, it will not add a bush
el to the crop.
We fail to see where corn is dear at
this price, with the conditions, and
continue to advise purchases.
Possibility of rain in the winter
wheat belt has put the speculator in
a hesitating mood.
We are willing to disregard this
feature as of minor importance, feel
ing confident that the world will re
alize the strength of our position.
tue Data as oeip in tne treatment 01
disease, and bathrooms were gradually
Introduced Into the hospitals. From
the hospitals the ideas of bnthing
spread generally. People who had
been treated there saw the value of
1 .1. . 1 .1 1 , . .. -. . .
keeping lue uuuj ciean iu orcier to re- 1
sl.st disease. The great plague that J
of the fourteenth century helped to
teach this lesson.
By the fifteenth century there was
scarcely a large city that did not pos'
sess well patronized public bathing es- 1 1
luuiuuuicui. aikuuugu II nasi UI'L Uulll j M
liie wcuLw:uiu vuLury tuut tue -turs-ish
bath was introduced, and not until
the eighteenth century that sea bath
ing, so common among the American
Indians, was tried experimentally.
Saturday was chosen as bathing time
and the reason is not difficult to Im
agine. On Sunday everybody was com
pelled to go to church, whether he
would or not As the Moslem in the
east bathed before entering the mosque
so did the medieval man before enter
ing his church, only he must take his j
bath on Saturday afternoon In order (
to be clean the following day. There
was even a distribution of bath money
to the children whose parents were
unable to pay for their baths. New
iiH-L.H.u.M.wi'.i.iay mtfi 1 ii m mm mm wwi
8. ,,.-J-rf...,fw....'..U-J ..C,-!.,. 1 T .r 1 I, . , 1 " 1 in 1 1 ' I
Deep and Shallow Diamonds.
In buying a diamond see to it that
your stone is neither too deep nor too
shallow. If it be too deep the "table"
at the top of the stone will have a dead
look Instead of sbowinsr as much color !
and light as at the edge, where the
diamond is cut thin to receive the
light. You are simply paying for ex
tra weight that adds nothing to. but
rather detracts from the appearance of
the gem. The shallow stone, on the
other hand which is technically known
as a fish eye has a glassy look. Some
people buy them because they appear
bigger than they really are, but the ; tj
bargain i3 n poor one and to be avoided
Free Second Prize-
Beautiful 26-Piece Set
A Beautiful Genuine
Free Fourth Prize
Lady's or Gentleman's Gold Watch
Guaranteed for 10 years
1 35 12 ; scarcity of stocks; and as the invest
ment situation, as indicated by the
bond market is unodbtedly better, we
are inclined to believe all the money
in the market lies with the optimistic.
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LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Sept. 8. Following are the whole-
468 i sala quotatlous on the local market
472 ! today:
Butter, Eggs and Cheese.
Eggs, rfesh, dozen 23c
Butter, dairy, pound 25c
Butter, creamery, rund 29c
Butter, packing stock, pound 18c
Government Crop Report.
Washington, I. C. 3ept. . Corn
condition C5.1, indicates 2,351,000,000
bushels; spring wheat condition 75.3,
indicates 243,000,00 0 bushels; oats
condition 74, indicates 1,000,000,000
Liverpool, Sept. 9. Wheat: The
steadier American cables yesterday
and the fewer American offers caused
shorts to cover at. opening. Following
the opening there was a furrier ad
vance of ig as influenced by the
strength in corn and improved cargo
demand. The weather in the United
Kingdom is unfavorable. The expect
ed liberal increase in the visible here
Cheer np. old boy. don't dump your
iov because the day is clum: nick out 1
A In. Tk.,l...V. i .i r. ,.e .... - . .
mifcc uuiuiu taiuiici "iiuiuio "" the best and dump tne rest, let s near :
that the three states will have little VOI. stnr t hm. when in n tnm
Daily United States Weather Map
wheat for sale; the domestic milling
requirements will take care of their
Oats receipts will make a favorable
showing for the holder as compared
with former years.
We think the unwillingness of farm
ers to sell at present prices will prove
the market factor.
On provisions, we prefer the purchas
ing side, as it will take three or four
years to recover the world's cattle
Morning Grain Letter.
Chicago, Sept. 9. Government re
port due at close changed today. We
are looking for a condition below .63.
Crop estimates vary on corn from
2.200.000,000 to 2.450,000,000. Cables
higher; wheat cables i to
Primary movement terrific at winter
wheat centers. Belief gaining that we
must disregard foreign news. Domes
tic requirements and the holding tend
ency of the farmer will well take care
of our surplus. Trade looking for
85,000.000 government estimate. Oats
receipts small, hut visible largest ever
known. The prevailing discount for
oats much in favor of the buyer. Gov
ernment report expected to show over
1,000,000,000 bushels. .The latter can
not be considered bearish.
don't cuss nnd slam, but grin and wait .
it out; the joys love hope, it's power- '
ful dope and puts the glooms to rout j
So don't despair, turn down dull care j
and leave hhn to the mob. The sun j
ain't dead, he'll leave his bed and j
soon be on the Job. Cincinnati En
quirer. Another Illusion. -
"Ilnd an interview with a farmer jr.st !
now." said the poet, "which gave me
quite a shock." j
"How was that?" ;
"He told me that new mown hay had
no points of superiority whatever over !
hay a year old." Pittsburgh Post.
Can You Give Us the Correct Answer To This Rebus?
CAN YOU SOLVE IT?-
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A SARTORIAL NIGHTMARE.
"Does Emily dote so on that young
man of hers?"
"Does sht? At this moment she is
changing her brown hair to golden be
cause he likes blonds best."
"Oh. I see'. She's positively dyeing
for him." Baltimore American.
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
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V. , i"- T-ij- fv (--- 9 Di
ki V gft' -'l cs T-v'V
Generally fair to
night and Wednesday;
ObMrtoni takes t it .'m.. fStta'merldUo time. Air prrasure reduced to aea lerel. Isobars (contlBnotB llnwl pan thrmjjb points -of
equal an pressure. Isotherm (dolled lines) past tarougti polotMf equal temperiture; draD only for zero, freeitng. 90. and 100.
KJ ciear. w Pu ciouoy; v ciouoj: ram: ysnow; report misslat . Arrows lly with the wind. First figures, lowest
tenperatur past 12 hours; second, precipitation of XA Inch or more for past 21 hours; third, maximum wind velocity.
WEATHER CONDITIONS. ern Oregon. Generally fair weather
The crest of the northwestern high lis indicated for this vicinity tonight
has moved from Manitoba to upper i and Vedcesday, with rising tempera-
Michitran and considerably cooler
weather now prevails from the upper
y it.si.-,slijpi valley to the north Atlantic
oast. The northwestern low has in
creased in Intensity, though it remains
(ontral over Alberta, and low, or rel-
ture. due to the appioaeh
High. Low. Prep.
atively low. pressures prevail as far j Boston
southward as Arizona and Texas. This ' Buffalo
disturbance has been attended by; Reck Island ...
showers on the north I'acific coast and j Denver
Ui the Rocky mountain s-tates. the Jacksonville . . .
Missouri valley and the we.--t gulf sec-1 Kansas City ...
Uons and by a decided rise in tempera-: New Orleans 7S
lure in the upper Missouri valley. New York
San Francisco .... 62 54 .00
Seattle 60 50 .08
Washington, D. C. . S6 62 .00
Winnipeg 70 54 .00
Yellowstone Park . 4S .12
itig the past "4 hours In the central : Phoenix
Valleys and on the north Atlantic coast. ! St. lxniis . .
Another area of high pressure anjlst. Paul .,
cool temperature U central over est- j Saa Diego
S6 60 .22 '
54 .24 1
72 50 .00:
74 59 .04
54 56 .10
S6 70 .00 '
55 6S .00
75 72 2.0S
54 60 .00
55 72 .02
98 74 .00
92 6S .02 (
74 50 .00 j
Flood. Height Chng.
SL Paul 14 1.6 0.0
Red Wing 14 2.5 0.0
Reed's Landing ... 12 2.5 -0.1
La Crosse 12 2.5 0.1
Lansing 18 2.9 0.1
Prairie du Chien .. IS 2.7 0.0
Dubuque 18 3.5 xO.l
Rock Island 15 2.4 xO.l
The "College Toga" Sported by Har
vard Students In 1S36.
The old time "college toga" worn by
the Harvard students back in 1S36 was
an amusing sartorial creation, or may
be it would more properly be classi
fied as the result of the dressmaker's
art. Of course, no one now living
remembers it, but the ancient "toga"
is described in the annals of the col
lege, and the present Oxford cap and
gown are very simple and sober things
As described by a writer whos'j
curiosity had been aroused by stories
concerning the gay festive "college
toga," even the togas worn by the old
Roman senators were negligible quan
tities. In 1S3C, when Harvard cele
brated her two hundredth anniversary,
this fanciful summer garment was
much In Togue, and for at least two
seasons it was in high fashion with the
It was made of gingham and of a
color and pattern to suit the taste of
the wearer. It was a loose fitting gar
ment reaching to the knees, was gath
ered at the neck and also at the waist;
behind. It had a turned over collar, a
small cape rounded in front and a belt
of the material of the dress. The
sleeves were either hooked or buttoned
at the wrist It was trimmed with a
long tasseled white fringe. The accom
paniments of this dress were a low
crowned, broad brimmed straw hat
secured by a broad ribbon under the
chin; trousers and silk or thread gloves
of a color in harmony with that of the
toga, and usually a heavy cane.
It Is not known to whom the distinc
tion belongs of having first conceived
the "college toga." Like Jupiter, It
came Into being complete In Its match
less grace and adornments. It was
probably due to the creative genius
and skillful fingers of "Ma'am- Dana,
the college tailoress of that day. who
was probably the sole manufacturer
of the strange garment
This estimable woman presided over j
a bevy of sewing girls, always care
fully curtained from the public gaze,
in the lower story of a small wooden
building opposite Wadsworth house, at
that time the official residence of Presi
dent Quincy. Exchange.""
Ailmintfitralor' Notice. I
Estate of Susan T. Brasliar. deceased. ;
The undersigned hav:iiK been ap
pointed administrator of ihe estate of
tSusan T. lirasliar, late of tlie county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that he will appear
befiretlie Hon. Benjamin Bell, judne of
the probate court of Rock Island coun
ty, at the probate court Voom, in the
city of Rock Island, at the November
term, on the first Monday in November
next, at which time all persons having:
claims against said estate are notified
and requested to attend for the pur
pose of having the same adjusted. All
persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to
Dated 30th day of August, A. D. 1313.
' ROY F. BRA.SHAR.
Hugh E. Curtis, attorney.
.Notice Sale of Keul lalule.
By virtue of fen order and decree of
the probate court of R.-ek island coun
ty. Illinois, made on the petition of the
undersigned, Frederick Appelquist. ex
ecutor of the estate of Joseph li. Chan
dler, deceased, for leave to sell the real
estate of said deceased, at the August
term, A. D. 1913, of said court, to-wit
on the 3ith day of August, 1H13, I shall,
on the 30th day c-f September next, be
tween the hours of ID o'clock in the
forenoon and 4 o'clock in the aTteruoon
of said day, sell at public sale, at the
east door of the court house in the city
of Rock Island, in said county, the real
estate described as follows, to-wit:
Lots No. eleven (11), No. three 13). and
No. four 4), in Allen & Fleming's ad
dition, in South Rock Island township,
in R,ock Island county. Illinois, on the
following terms, to-wlt. for cash.
Executor of the Estate of Joseph II.
Dated this 30th day of August, A. D.
tames W. Maucker, attorney.
DIRECTIONS Correct solution of the above rebus expresses a state
ment of fact complimentary to our firm and pianos.
FOR THE CORRECT OU NEAREST CORRECT SOLUTION
To the above Rebus, we will give absolutely FREE the $500 Tiano.
The next best ,a beautiful 26-piece 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 $25, also another premium,
and should there be more than one correct answer, or two or more tie
in beinr; 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 he notified
by mail and all premiums must be called for within ten days from
the closing of the contest The judges of this contest will be 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 cf this city. Don't delav an
swering, but send your solution today. CONTEST CLOSES SDl'T.
9th, at 6 p. ui.
ADDRESS MANUFACTURERS' REPRESENTATIVE, IN CARE OF
121 EAST 2ND ST.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of Frank Liekefett deceased.
Public none" !s Tercoy given that the
undersigned. John fc. ilcCoiiiieli. has
this day fiied Ms final t purt and set
tlement as such in the probate court ot
Rock Island county, and hearing on
said report lias been bet for May 31,
li)13, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at which time
persons Interested may ajjjxar anJ
make objections thereto, na If no ob
jections are filed, a. id reyon will heap
pioped it that time, uid the under
signed will &k loi- an orde.- of distri
bution, and v.,ii aieo ik to be dts
chaiKtd. Rock Island. 111.. May ?, 1913.
JOHN H. M Co. SW ELL.
Administrator v.-ith the will Annexed of
Frank LiekefetL, deceaseiL
Jackson. Hi.rst & Stafford, attorney
A Custom the Occident Borrowed From
Most barbarians. Judged by modern
standards, were anything but cleanly
in their personal habits. Id England.
France-and Germany bathing was an
almost unknown custom until after
uque to Muscatine. j the Crusade The pilgrims from the
J. M. S1LER1ER, Local Foiec&ster. i east brought home,wltbtbein Jdeas ot
Nearly stationary stages in the Mis-
Xotlce of Publication.
State of IUinoif, Rock Island Coun
Ir. oie Circuit Court. September
term, A. It. 1S13
Rose L'nangst vs. Charles B. Ucangst.
Affidavit of unknoxn residence of the
above rteiendani. Charles K. I'nangst,
having been filed in the clerk's ofiice of
tiie circuit court of said county, notice
Kotice of FultlleutioD.
State of Illinois, Rock Iiiiarid Coun
Iu the Circuit Court of said count v.
To the September term, A. L. 1!13. iu
William IT. Rlewerts .eompiuinant, vs.
D. L,. I.a Rue ,et a!., defendants. i:ul
to Q'jict Title.
D. L. La R'"?; tle unknown heirs or
devisees ot D. L. La Rue, deceased;
Katio La Rue, Henry C. Krainhoit; the
unknown wile or widow of iieniy C.
Kramhott; the unknown heirs or ilev.
sees of Henry C. Kramhoft, deceased,
and the unknown owners of the no.itli
east quarter of th northeast quarter
of section fourteen H). also the fol
lowing described tract of land: Com
mencing at a start'.: eleven 11) rods
and liflecn 1. links soulh of the
nurthwest corner of section thirteen
(13. township nineteen (19), north
range two (2), east of the fourth princi
pal meridian, R'iek Island county. Illinois.
thence north fifteen rods and ten
10 links, thence iumth aeventy-f our
T4) degrees, west thirteen lit rods
and four 4l links, tuence. south forty
live Hit degrees and t:.irty 3u) min
utes, eat to the place of beginning, be
ing r.lnety-one (!1 square rod, all In
township nineteen IM. nort'i range
two i'i). east ot the fourth principal
meridian, situated in said Rock Island
county and the said state of Illinois,
Afiidavit of non-residence of each
and all of the above named defendants
having been filed in the ornce of the
cierk of the circuit court of said coun
!". nctice Is hereby given to eacli of
aid no4. r"id"r.t defendants, that corn
pluinant liitj his b'll of cornnia'nt i.i
said court, on tlio co"!ry side thereof,
on the 21st of iiarcr A L lull, and
that thereupon a summc .'ri?d out
or said court, wherein ald suit i Lir
pending, against raid defendants atx.vt
named, returnable on the first Monday
' of May, 1313, as Is by law required, and
is inereiore nereoy given to tne Said I ,t nnnearii.a- from said numon, ..
turned to said court that said defend-
unknown resident defendant that the
complainant filed her bill of complaint
in saia court, on tne cnartcerv side
thereof, on tlie 11th day of August,
1913, and that thereupon a summons is
sued out of said court, wnerein said
suit is now pending, returnable on tne
third Monday in tne month of Septem
ber next, as Is by law required.
Now, unless you. the said unknown
resident defendant above ramed.Charles
B. I'nangst, shall personally be and ap
pear before said circuit court, on the
ants couid not be found in this co'inty,
an alias summons i.-sued out of
court, wherein said suit is now pend
ing, against raid defendants above nam
ed, returnable on the third Monday of
sepiem oer. isij. as is Dy law required.
Now, unless you, the said non-resident
defendants above named, and each
of you. shall personally be and appear
before said circuit court" on the lirst
day cf the next term thereof, to be
hoiden at Kock laiand, In and for said
LEG A I,
Kstate of lOlizabetii i'erkel, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap--po-inted
administrator with the will an
nexed of the ismie of Klizahcth Kerkel,
lal? of ihe county of Rock Inland, state
of Illinois, deceaseil, hereby gives no
lice that he will appear before the Hon.
Hen jamiii OH. jiidne of the probate
conn or Rock island county, at the pro
bate court room, iu the city of Rock
Island, at the November term, on the
hrwt Monday In November next, at
vhi''h time all i-rtons having claims
against sal dentate are n-tirled and re
quested to attend lor the purposo of
liHving the same adjusted. All person
Uid4-bied to said o.ljtti are requested
to make immediate payment to the un
Dated third day of September, A. D.
Iil3. I-RANK KK11KKU
Administrator with the will annexed.
Clareiici) J. .Schi-.cd'-r. attorney
first day of the next term thereof, to be! county, on the third Monday In S-p-ho.den
at Rock Isiand. in and for thejteraber. 11)13, next, and plead, answer
A4u . "ui, ij , ui, i l i. j i . i jiunuay in
September next, and plead, answer or
demur to. the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same and tne matters
and things therein charged and stated
will be taken as confessed, and a de
cree entered against you according to
the prayer of a'd bill.
GEORGE V. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Island. 111.. Aug. il. Ii3.
echriver iciirivtr, complainant's
or demur to said complainant s bill of
compUmt. 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
tne prayer of said bllL .
In testimony whereof, I have here
unto set rr.y hand and affixed the seal
of said court, at my office in Rock Is
land, this 23rd cay of July. A. J). 1913.
GEORGE W. GAMP'JE. Clerk.
Devore . txtmonsoi auiicltor.
Estate of Wiliiam Martin W'cndt, de
ceased. Tho undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last.wiU and
testament of William Martin Wendt,
late of the county of Rock Island, stata
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice-
that she will appear before the
lion. I'..n Jam In Bell, judge o fthe pro
hate, court ot Rouk Island county, at
tho probate cunt room, In the city of
Rock Island, at the November, term, on
the first Monday in November next, at
wtii'-n time ull persons having claims
against said estate are notified and re
quested to aw "nd for the purpose ot
having the Bame adjusted. All persons
indebted to said estate are requested to.
make Immediate payment to the under
bignd. Itated 2Sth day of August, A. I.
IS 13. ANNA WENDT,
t?ch river & Jichrlver. attoriieys.
Estate of Cornelius J. Mecnan, de
ceased. The undersigned havfns: heen nr..
pointed administrator of the estate of
Cornelius J. Meenan. late of the county
of R'tck Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that he wlll
appear before the Hon. Benjamin Bell,
judge of the. probate court of Rock Is
land count)-, at the probate court room,
In the city of Rock IMand, at the Le
cmber term, en the first Monday In
December next, at which time ail pet
sons having claims against said estate
are notified and requested to attend for
the purpose of having the same adjust
ed. All persons Indebted, to said estate
are requested make Immediat pay
ment lo Ihe undersigned.
Dated tliii third da yof September A.
L. IS 13, PATRiCK F. JIBES" AX.'
.Albert Mubcr, attorney.