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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1913.
TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS
Local and Foreian
Chicago and New York markets fur
nished by E. V. Wagner & Co., mem
bers Chicago Board of Trade; grain,
provisions, stocks and cotton; private
wires to all -financial centers. Corre
spondents oo. the New York Stock and
Cotton Excbanges. Trl-cRy office In
Rock Islaaa hotel Phono Rock Is
P. J. McCORMICK, Manager.
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
Sept. SS SS' 8 R8V,-
Deo 9Vi 91'4 908 A
May 9C 90- 93";i 95VA
Sept 754 73'i 738
IW-c 72 l 714 71
May 74 Tl',4 72"8 72"
Kfpt 41" 41 41i 415j
TXC 44?k 4 IS 43T- 44 A
May 17'i 47'a 4C7S 47 A
Oct 13.93 19 93
Jan. 13.77 19.77 13.72 13.73 A
Sept. 11.10 11.10 11.07 11.07
Oct 11.12 11.12 11.07 11.10 A
Sept. lft.S5 10.95 10.R2 10.?2
Oct.' 11.02 11.02 10.7 10.S7
Chicago Cash Markets.
Wheat No. 2 r. 9:'.', fi '.' ! ; No.
r. 92fo:::4: No. 4 i. No. 2 hj
w, SS'i ; No. 3 li. S.s'-'?! : No.j
Ins. i?',Arv'y'-: N. 2 n p. 91?j9'4;
No. 3 ns. S9fi91; No. 4 ns, KafiVS;
No. 2 s, 89ft 91: No. 'A s. SSTi9t; No. 4
, 83fjSK; No. 1 v c, :io54 T. 01 4 ; No. 2
v c. K9M.fi9i4: No. 3 v c. R7fiS9; No.
1 durum, 'Mi ft ! 1 ; No. 2 durum. MjftOO:
No. 3 durum. S7ft 85.
Oats No. 2 w. 43'ift il1; : No. 3 w,
424 (5 43: No. 4 w, 42ft 42s ; stand
ard. 43 434; spw 414f'424-
Con No. 2, 744ffi7i;,4: No. 2 w.
754 ",'.;; No. 2 y, 75i7'; No. 3.
74l4f5 76: ."No. 3 w, 734ft 7C,i: No. 3
y. 74 7C; No. 4, 74 754 : No. 4 w,
75ft 7.14: No. 4 v. 7 14 754: FK. 73
Call Bids on Track, Chicago.
Corn September track. No. 3 mixed
75i, No. 3 w 74, NO. 3 y ,JVj. 1 pu
days' track. No. 3 m 734, No. 3 w 74' ,,
?0. 3 y 734. October track. No. 3
mixed 72, No. 3 w 73, No. 3 y 73.
Oats September track. No. 3 w 42' it
. i , V.. O ... t ' I T..r. .1...
, ,,,, . , 1,0 v .,
track. No. 3 w 42'4, standard 43, No. 2
u v.. ... j.....
standard 43' 4. No. 2 w 43la.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
Hogs, 9,000; leftover, G.SOO; opened.
Bteady. Mixed, 7.60g9.00; good. 8.05 j
(fi8.70; rough, 7.35!&7.90; light, S.2ug
Cattle. 300: steady.
Sheep, 3,000; steady.
Nine O'Clock Market.
Hogs, weak. Mixed, 7.45ffi8.85;
good, 8.00f R.f.5: rough. 7.30f?i7.80;
itgiii, e iu-ats sa; pts, wjo iu, uulh.
Texans, 6.60JfS.10; westerns, 6.25
ft 8.10: calves. 9.50ffrll.50.
Sheep, eteady; 325Q4.C0; lambs,
Cloas of Market.
I Hogs closed weak at early prices.
Daily United States Weather Map
Fair tonight and Sun
day; rising temperature.
1 1 - "-J -X ' v r,?i - ii.c.tis sa ri-.. i i A---
' , bL r -z-r. . oai -5A . i I ;--r
1 rw . 1 r- i" -r r . i - w
Ob!rHons tekro t g :tBTT5tli mrldin'tlme. Air pressure reduced to sea level. Isobars" (continuous lines) pys thronrt points
cf eiul at pressure. Isotherms (doUed ltuea) pass throuzh poluls of e-iual temperature; drawn only for zero, freezing. S0, od 1.
Oct'": O Prtlr cloudy: cloudy: () rln; snow; report missing. Arrows fly wltn tbe wind. First fljures. lowest
temperature past 12 boors; second, precipitation of M inch or more for past 4 bours; third, maximum wind velocity.
The south' rn btorm, which is cen
tral oif then oast of Iuisiana, has been
attended ty ra'tis from the middle and
west K'tlf coast northward to the Ohio
valley, with heavy rains in Ixmislana
find Arkansas. Showers on the north
Atlantic coas have resulted from the 'Atlantic City 72
northeastern low which is central over Boston 6
Massachusetts. The western area ofiUtiffalo CS
high pressure and fair, cool weather
overlies the eastern Rocky mountain
!opi the Missouri and upper Missis-
stp.M vailevg and the great lakes, and
liffht frost Is reported from Des Moines.
1'cdtT the influence cf au, energetic
lew which has appeared over Alberta.
the temperature is now ritine in the
northern Rocky mountain states and
the upper Missouri valley. The east- St. Paul r,s
ward movement of the hifh aad thelsaa Diego sg
rough ,7.307.S0; light. 8.10Q8.85.
Cattle and sheep, steady.
Western Hog Market.
St. Louis 3,000
St. Joseph 2,300
St. Paul 2,300
Ho?3. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 25.000 27,000 35,000
Hogs next week. 130'00.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Kansas City 1,500 300
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Sept. 13. Followingare
the quotations on toe ?7ew Torlc s;oc&
t"nicn Pacific I6O4
1'nited .States Steel, preferred .,10914
United States St?el, common .. 664
Rock Island, preferred 2S
Rock Island, common 177s
Southern Pacific 944
New York Central 97
Missouri Pacific 304
Louisville & Nashville
Colorado Ful & Iron
Chesapeake & Ohio
Brooklyn Rxpid Transit
Haltiniore & Ohio
Lehigh Valley 137 I
Republic Steel, common ...
New York, Sept. 13. Clearing house 1
. . 4,500.000
. . 22,178,000
1 r.3ls jpcrease
' Net deposits, decrease
j Reserve, increase
', Loans, decrease
Special, decrease . . . .
, v. . .
iet deposits, de-.'
U st rve, increase
torn MtaifFT roivini-rir.Me
Sept. 13.-FoilowinS are the whoie -
a on tne local market
Cutter, gg and Cheese,
Epgs, rfesh, d'.'7?r.
Butter, da'r; pounff
Putter, creamery, pound
Butter, pach'iig stock, pound..,
I Tomatoes, greennouse, bu. ..75c(5?1.00
' Cucumbers, per dozen
I T.,.tf ,cp. nonnd
New potatoes, buahel..
I onions, bunch
Nsw cabbage, Louisiana, "pound ..3c
Onions, Texas, Bermuda and Silver
Skia, per bushel J1.00
Old cocks 7c
Chickens , 13c
Mixed, 7.4538.85: good, 8.008.55;
S. Department of Agriculture.
approach cf the Alberta low will hie
attended by fair wea'her and rising
temperature in this vicinity tonight
Rock Island .
Kansas City .
Ne w Orleans
New York ...
. ; .7S
; sr. louis ir.s
3--Sirine 18c !
Pish Market. jouazes, vuieny SL-uiaern racux auu
Buffalo S4csteal- The usual week-end realizing
Perch .....".." 4c7c caused fluctuation and recessions be-
HBiihut frr-.h I0c i fore the close wi;hci:t. altering th-
Pickerel, pound 8c !
Catfish, pound i5c
Flour, Feed and Fuel.
Straw, ;on 9 '0
Straw, bale 35c" 10c
Hay, prair:e; brie 55cG0c
J Bran, ton 23.00
I Bran, cwt Jl-25
Ear corn, bushel 6c
Oats. load, bushel 35c
corn cnop. cwt ..
Shorts, ton 524.00
Shorts, cwt. $1.25
Wheat, bushel 90c
Coal. lamp, per ton $3.50, $4.00
Kye, rr bushel ...
.$14i .$15 j
II WAGNER'S REVIEW i'.j
Morning Grain Letter.
Chicago, Sept 13. Wheat Cables
-j 1 1n ?a hihpr Th( contrary wa3
1 oTnoflpH Voat1itr mnn Khnwn little
; moisture. Map fine for moving in
7nxs j northwest and Canada see nothint;
; to change our opinion. Frank liow
2321ijcrd of lhe Board 'of Trade bulletin,
110 i makes the spring wheat crop 10 mil-
'3fl ! l:or.s more than government. Mtd-
o.nto colc f -T- nnrt cliinmont VPI-
Coin Cables 7-8 and 1c higher.
Frank Howard makps corn crop 75
million bushels less than the govera
ment figures. I.i"tle moisture in corn
bplt. Present large receipts are ex
pewd to decline on Kopt. 20. The
! situation to us continues to be a biill-
: ifch one.
Oats Frank Howard makes crop
- - 46 million bushels less than the rov
lornrnfnt figures. It is now claimed
! that Canda exports of oats at the bs
1 w !I1 be verv lisht. Fear of heavy
Canadian importations has been Ine
main bear future. If this is true, le-
gard oats as cheap enough.
Liverpool. Sept. 13. Wheat opened
with fhcrt.s ccveri'ig and 1-4 to 3-S !
higher in sympathy with America and ,
firmer and fewer Canadian offers. Pol-,
lo-.v'ng the opening there was ft rther
nupport induced by the strength in
I corn and forecast ligh'er Americas
Ulfiments this week as indicated by
i a(i;,re"l'f- cf
n.i.-a:au e.ii,puii.iics wns e. duj 1 J "
c rable harvesting returns checked the
Ccrn Opened firm with shoris ex
cited and covering freely which caus
ed an advance 12 to 5-8 and follow
ing the opening there was a further
gain of 3-8. The strength in Buenos
Ay res r.t close yesterday, fewer and
t'.oarer p'ate offers, firmness in spot
and the strength in enrgo market with
offers held 3 To 6 advance, was the
causes for the advance.
Clcsirg Stock Letter.
New York, Sept. 13. The stock
market had strong tone all day and
made further substantial gains,
Reading vying with Union Pacific
leadership. Many stocks sold at new
San Francisco 62 52 .00
Seattle 76 53 .00
Washington. D. C. ..76 C2 .00
Yellowstone Park ... 44 .00
MISSISSIPPI RIVER. i
Flood. Height. Chng. ;
! St. Paul
.12! Red Wing 14
.00 j Reed's Landing 12
.00 La Crosse 12
.00 j Lansing 1
.00; Prairie du Chien IS
l.'0 Rock Island 15
."0 RIVER FORECAST.
.CO. For 4 hours: Only slight changes
.12; in the M''ssissippi will occur from be -
.00 j low Dubuque to Muscatine.
.00 j J. 1L SHERIER, Local Fo:ecaster.
Msy"? "ws.au. -iMUCa?w
high fig-ares for this movement with
i some issnes at the highest, prices
-reached since last January. Buying
' orders appeared on the exchange in
i larger volume than has been seen in
several months. London was a fac-
tor " long side, taking about 10,000
tone of the market. The bank state
ment was better than expected, ine
market has gained enough momen
tum so that, it looks a little higher
uciour suumia. reaction ccui0.
Drift of Weather.
Illinois Fair, rising temperature to
nieht and Sunday.
Missouri, Wisconsin. Minnesota,
Iowa. Kansas and Nebraska Fair,
and rising temperatures.
North and South Dakota Fair to
n'ght snd Sunday; warmer tonight.
Montana Cenerally fair and warm-
; er In east portion tonight, cooler Sun-
Wyoming Fair tonight and Sun-
warmer in east tonight
PwEAR admiral will
OPERATE BIRD FARM
fry V ? r Y; W h
Rear Admiral Hugo Osterhaus.
Rear Admiral Hugo Osterhaus, U.
S. N., retired, who vas in command
cf the .treat fleet of warships making
up tile North Atlanta squadron at the
time of his retirement on his Gist
birthday last June, proposes to start
a canary bird farm.
; ... ..", ,.., u:., ,
'I feel lest without something to
j d Admiral Osterhaus. "and li
have invented a job for myself. 1 have
: brought over 12 canary birds and am
, ni,. . Ktnrt h,r(1 fnrm Iib mv
, p. - . j
I fatuer s. I shall raise doves on my
and call then "doves of
Changes of Climate.
A scientist who recently iiivestifrnterl j
the causes of secular variations in tern- j
pernrure nt the enrth's surface thinks j
that they are more probably due to j
changes in the? amount of carbonic
acid tu the atmosphere than to varia
tions in the heat of the sun. If the!
amount 0" carbouie ncid that the air
now contains was diminished a little
j more thHn half the mean temperature
I all over the earth would, it is stated.
; drop about elsht degrees, which would
I be sufficient to bring ou another glacial
i period. On the other hand, on increase
j of carbonic acid between two and three
! times its present nmount would raise
i the mean temperature 10 decrees and
' renew ' the hot times of the eocene
epoch. Boston Post.
The Fall cf Rome.
Odoacer. the Goth, was proclaimed
king of Italy A. D. 476. This ended
the Roman empire of the west The
Byzantiue. or eastern empire, founded
A. I). SDS. with the division of the em
pire by Theodosius. fell A. D. 1453
with the capture of Constantinople by
the Turks. In truth it cannot be said
that any, or even two, nations over
threw liurns. Rome was overthrowi
by the pressure of the whole barbarian
world, assisted by tbe inherent cor
ruption of tbe Roman people.
Mistress Sarah Jane, what has hap
pened? Sarah Jane Ob. mum. I've
fallen down the stairs and broken my
neck! Mistress ifirmlyl Well, what
ever you've broken will be dednete.-t
from your wages. Sydney (N. S. W.
"There Is nothing like the loneliness
of a great city."
"Especially to the man who doei!'t
advertise." Louisville Courier-Joornit
Knicker Is he deeply In love? Bock
er Yes; he thinks all the girls on the
magazine covers look like her. New
iir r i o is ti
we iiuy ana sell e
Deere ani Company
Moline Flow Co.
Root ic Van Lervoort stocks
LITTEN & ROBERTS
Stocks, Bonds, Mortgages.
Peoples National Bank Building
Rock Island. I1L
aai ktLgj 2X2,1 .mrvi
tai etiier Drag Utwg, the Tobacco iUait and
Nerreuaesi. (WtipiwjiiKi rithxrfittuL
THE KEELEY INSTTTUTE. Dight, UL
vac .. w
It. J :i,r jr' ' Mr
rlTi ai ifcl i i? irf ill J
WANTS A DIVORCE;
DEGREE SET ASIDE
Mrs. Bernice Thede Secures
Order for New Hearing1
in Peoria Court.
Peoria, 111., Sept. 13. Asking that
the decree of divorce entered in favor
of H .
Bernice Thede yesterdav aDneared
with her attorney before Judge Worth
ington in the circuit court and charged
that she had not been properly repre
sented at the hearing. Judge Worth -
ington refused formally to set aside u,1 ininoij. deceased, here .y ives 110
. . . . ," . 17 j tice tiiat he will appear belore the Hon.
the decree but ordered a new hearing j uenjamin Bell, judge of tho probate
on the bill.
Theda is a traveling salesman, with
the Chicago Casket company and
makes his home in this city. His wife
lives with her mother, Mrs. Trena
Eiker, in Moline.
Thede filed suit in July, 1912, and
was granted a divorce on the charge
of desertion. The wife did not appear.
At the same time there was pending
against Thede a suit for separate
maintenance in the Rock Island circuit
The petition of Mrs. Thede was pre
sented by Attorney W. K. Moore of
Thede, his former wife, and his
mother-in-law met in the corridor
shortly after Judge Worthington. had
entered his order.
"Henry, are you not going to speak
to me?" asked the mother-in-law.
"No, I won't" answered Thede.
"You might as well go."
The former wife then approached
and urged her mother to leave, but
Mrs. Thede remained to talk with
"Henry, why did you go on the stand
and say that you were willing to live
with me when you know you were
not?" questioned the former wife.
"I told tho truth," answered Thede.
Airs, hiker came back from the OP-
posite corner of the corridor again to
plead with her former 'son-in-law to
speak to her and his wife. Turning to
his lawyer, Joseph Weil, she said:
"Henry is a good boy. The best boy
The former husband and wife con
versed dispassionately for several
miuutes and then left the court house
by different doors.
USING SUDDEN WEALTH.
What Would You Do if You Fell He
Tkr,. u,,r,.H Miliar,,-.?
Some time ajro u man was 'knock -
j !nK" Andrew Cansegie for "the crazy
j Idea of putting up all those libraries."
aiui Ounllv for lack of sometbiug elso
to say, I asked him casually: "Well.
what would you do if you had 300
millions dumped ibto your lap?"
He gulped once or twice, went into a
sort of trance, and finally said: "Why
I'd I'd why. blamed 'f 1 kuow" and
then we talked about something else.
Since then the subject has crossed
my mind many times, and I am not
sure that the proper solution is any
nearer. If ydu ask the question of
ten of your friends, you will at first j
get a funny answer from each of
"Buy me a yacht and travel all the
time." "Build the finest home in the
country." "Buy all the pork and beans
in the world and throw them to
tbe fishes," etc., these being a few of
tbe actual answers Riven me. After
ward, on reflection, each one will really
try to say what he would do. but the
human mind finds it difficult to com
prehend such an nmount, or even the
interest on It, which at 5 per cent
would be $15,000,000 yearly. Interna
Feats of Strength by Which the Lady
Chooses Her Mate.
When two male elephants compete
for the companionship of a female they
, . - . . -f .. , r
do not forget their dignity so far as to.
fight for the llldy. They Simply face!
each other squarely. Then one of
them nulla down a branch from a tree
with his trunk and lays it at his feet.
The other taUes a larger branch or
T.nlla im n Mt hrnli bv th rooln nnd "rH "o'nieo ana rcquesieu to ati mi lor
puns up a big siiruo uy ine roots anai lhe purpose f i,ilvlK u,e y:l,,. jrijust-
also lays it at bis feet. j ed. AH persons indebted to said estate
Number one then tackles a still btS.nr
per branch, and this strange competi-; Vatd this thini da yot FptonnlMr. a.
I tun I . r r i w t M t.-1." v v
tir rnoa rn turn nf1 turn flhfkllf
until at last the contestants try to pull
down trees wholesale, and the one who
fails to uproot his tree in turn is aban
doned by the lady elephant, who has1.
been an interested spectator of the
strange duel. She goes off with the
possessor of the largest tree, and the
vanquished elephant retires shame
This trial of strength species of
courtship is very remarkable when
contrasted with the ordeal of battle
of most other animals and shows tbe
highly developed intelligence of these
enormous creatures. Wide World Mag
azine. "Good Luck" Amulets.
Mr. Edward Lovett, in a lecture to
; the members of tbe Folk Lore society,
! explained his collection of amulets for
i good luck used by fishermen on the
coasts of the British Islands. It was
i with no small difficulty that be secured
' kla ......(-.-... J .. . J a . . L. L !
m, uis opcT-imeiio unu ceiuueu tueii uis-
w i tnrv T ncL'llv ha,o an1 than, ha
i old men of the sea" who had no longer
; any direct personal interest In the
i wares of Billingsgate; for it was an
j onwritten law among the fishermen
iuai iv uiuiuuiuLuie iuc uaiuie ui mo
charm was to destroy its efficacy for
good luck. These charms were any
thing but charming io themselves old
j dead fish, small stones with boles In
'. them which were suspended in the
, bow of the boat, an old penny found
In the stomach of a dogfish wbicb. be
! cause one fish evidently liked it. would
; entice other fish as well, or a portion
! of a dried kingfisher, as this bird was
believed to bring good weather. Loo
Estate of Susan T. Brashar. deceased.
Tile undersigned havtng been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
Susan T. Krashar, late of the couuiy of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that he will appear
beiirethe Hon. fcjenjamin lieu, juosre ot
the probate court of Rock Island coun- lnf.clcrK? omce or the circuit court of
tv. at the probate court room, in thelaId county, notice is therefore hereby
term, on the first Mor. luv in November ant tha' tl'R ,.'omplainnt hied her bill
nexu at which time all persons havir. of complaint in said court, on the chan
claims against said estate aro notlii. d ! P?; " ,he 16t" y u
and requested to attend for the pur- I Angus., 1913. and tiiat thereupon a isur -pose
of having the same adjusted. All! mJis Issued out of said court, wherein
persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to
Dated 30th day of Ajiffust. A D 1913. !
Huch.E. Curtis, attorney.
Estate of Elizabeth Ferkel. deceased
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator with the will an
nexed of the estate of Elizabeth I-'erkel.
late of the cnunry of Rock island, state
ourtof Rock Island county, at the pro
bate court: room, in the city of Hock
Island, at the November term, on the
lirst Monday in November next, at
which time all persons having claims
against sai destate arc ni.-lihcd and re
quested to .attend for the purpose 0!'
bavins the same adjusted. All persons
Indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate paymeiK to liie un
dersigned. Dated third day of September, A. D.
1913. FRANK i'EKK El-
Administrator with the will annexed.
Clarence J. Schroeder. attorney
Notice Sale ot Real Estate.
By virtue of an order and decree of
the probate court of R.ck Island coun
ty, Illinois, made on the petition of the
undersisned. Frederick Appelquist. ex-1
ecutor of the estate of Joseph 11. Chan-
dler, fleceased, for leave to sell the real 1
estate of said deceased, at the August
term, A. l. imi s, 01 saiu court, io-vu.
on the iS'Uh day of August. i:13, 1 shall,
on the 30th day of September next, be
tween the hours of lil o'clock in tne
forenoon and 4 o'clock in the afternoon
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 us follows, to-wit:
1,01s No. eleven (11). No. three (S). and
No. four (4), in Allen ,L- l-'liniinti's ad
dition, in South Koek Island township,
in Rook Island county. Illinois, on the
following terms, to-wit. for cash.
FREDERICK A V I' K I .Q I 1 ST.
Executor of the Kstate oi Joseph H.
Dated this 30th day of August. A. D.
.Tames V. Maucker, attorney.
Whereas, Tho Twin -City Rrndpring
tali,,,; between Herman RoK-enkamu
and I'hurles Ki iii'K' r of the city of ilocii
Island, 111., has neen dissfdved by the
l":tth of said pailncr. Ilcrmuu Rouacn
kamp. Notice is hereby civen that s:iid
Charles Kruci?er. surviving partner, has
purchased th-. i'iitii" irtcresl which s:iid
deceased partner, Herman Rofrgcnkump,
had in all of the pro per ty anvi lirni
M't.i of said late cop;irtuer.ship; that
said Charles Ki-iieer will, under the
,ianio itnd style. 'Twin-City Rendering
Company,' continue to conduct the bus
iness formerly carried 011 by said co
partnership, und will assume all out
standing -hlisatiins and procee d to col
lect any indebtedness which may be due
to said lorrncr copartnership.
Dated this sixth day of September,
A. U. 1U13.
1 Administrator'. Notice,
j pointed administrator of tne. estate of
! MRh"1:ls. I'avkes late or tne county of
hock lsianu. tfiaie ot Illinois, oei-eascu.
hereby Rives not lee that he will aiip-iir
before the probate eourl of Rock l.-laml
county, at the iirobitlo court room., in
the city of Hock lsluiul. at tiiu Ja.iuaiy
term, m the lirst Monday in January,
A. l. 1U14, next, at which time ail per
sons baviny claims against said estate
uro notified and requested to attend for
the purpose of havum- the same udjuiU
ed. All persons indented to said estate
are requested to make inimediat'j pay
nint to tho uutiersiijned.
Dated second day er fceplemner. A. U.
HiLLiAji ji. jjai:ki;.s.
Jackson, Hurst & Staff ord.attoi neys.
Estate of William Martin WenUt, de-
Tho undersitrned havinpr been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
ttstaineiit of William Martin Wendt
late uf the county l Hwk Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby Kives n
tice that she will appear bet ore the
Hon. iienjaniiii lJcll. judKe o lllie pro
bata court of ft"UU island county, at
the probate curt room, in the city of
Hock Island, Hi the November term, on
the first .Monday in November next, at
which time all persons having claims
against said estate are not Hied and re-
bavins the same adjusted. All persona!
indebted to sunt estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the undr-
day of Aupust, A.
Echrlver & Pcliriver. attorneys.
AdmluiNt rotor's Notice.
of Cornelius J. Mecnan,
The undrrsiprned having been ap
pointed administrator of tne estate of
coi n iius j. .Me.-nan. .ate of tbe county
of Kock inland, state of Illinois, de-
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otlre of I'ubllcatloau
Stale ii Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In tne Circuit Court. Aug. le, 1913.
i'earl I'lnsoc vs. Robert Pinson . in
Allidavu ot non-residence of the above
named defendant httvinsr been filed in
the clerk's otliee of the circuit court of
said suit is now pending, returnable on
tne tr.ira Jionaayin the month of Sep
tember next, as is by law required.
VrU' lllituec . . 1 1 .1... . . 1 1
dent defendant above named. Robert
Vinson, shall personally be and appear
nexore said circuit court, on the hrst
d;iy ot the next term thereof, to be
holden at Rock Island, in and for said
cuVity. on the third Monday In Septem
ber ntxt. and plead, answer or demur
to the said complainant's bill ot complaint,
the same and the matters and things
therein charged and slated will be tak
en as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Island. 111., Aug. IS, 1913-
Notice of Publication.
State of lUipo!, Rock Ieland C.
Irv ne Circuit
term. A. D. 1913.
Rose L'nangst vs. Charles B. Unangsu
Aflidavit of unknown residence of the
above defendant. Charles B. L'nangst. :
having been filed in the clerk's oiSce of.
the circuit court of said county, notice;
is therefore hereby given to the said ,
unknown resident defendant that the
complainant filed her bill of complaint
in said court, on the chancery aide
thereof, on the 11th day of August.:
1913. and that thereupon a summons Is
sued out of said court, wherein said '
suit is now nndinir. returnable on the'
tinra Monday in the month of Septem-
ber next, as is bv law required.
Now, unless von, the said unknown
resident defendant above named. Charles
E. I'naiiKst. shall personally be and ap- !
penr betore said circuit court, on the
tirst day of the nest term thereof, to be
holden at Rock IMand, In and for the'
said county, on iht third Monday 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 :
v ill be taken as confessed, and a de-.'
cree enter, :d against ycu According to"
the prayer of said bill.
GEORGE .Y. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rook Island, In., Aug:. 11. 1913.
Schriver & Scurlvcr, complainant's
Si nt ice of Publication.
St.ite of Illinois, Hock Island Coun
in the Circuit Court, September term,
A. D. 1K13.
Kosn Margaret Hill vs. Frank Hilk
Aliidavit of non-resldenee of Frank.
Hill, the above defendant, having been
tiled in the clerk's ottiee of the circuit
court of said county, notice is there
fore hereby iv.m to the said nou-res-ldent
defendant that the complainant
tiled tier bill of complaint in said court,
on the chancery side thereof, on tha
lath day of August. l'J15, and that
thereupon a summons issued out of said
court, wliereiu suid suit is now pend
ing:, returnable on the third Monday lit
the month of September next, as is by
Now. unless you, the snid non-resident
defendant above named, frank
Hill, bhall pcrsoiia'ly be and appeur
before said circuit court, on the tlrst
day of the next term thereof, to bo
holden at It oik island, in and for tho
said county, ou the third Jdonduy in'
September next, and plead, answer or
demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint the same and the matters
und things therein charged and stated
will be taken as contessed, and a de
cree entered uKalnst you according to
the prayer of aid bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Island. 111.. Aug. 13, 1913.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In tiie Circuit Court of Said County.
To the September U mi, A. I. 1S13.
Willard I... Velio, complainant, vs. Con
stance Van Wonicrtjhciii, Anna Uhlsson
und others, defendants. 14.11 to yulel
Aliidavit of the non-residence of til
Jefeiiuunts, Samuel Krick. the unknown
wife or wijo- oi Samuel Krick, the un
known lieit3 or devisees of Samuel
Krick, deceased, having been tilod in tint
oilice of the clerk of the circuit court
of said Uock lsiand county, notice IK
hereby fciveh to the said deleliiianls,
Samuel Krick, the unknown wile ir
widow of Samuel Krick, the unknown
heirs or devisees oi Samuel Krick, de
ceased, that complainant tiled his bill
of complaint in the circuit court of
said county on Ausf. 16. A. D. 191.1, and
that thereupon a summons issued out
of said court, wherein atd suit is n"wr
pending, returnable on the third Mon
day in September next, us is by law re
quired. Now, unless you, the above named
defendants, shall personally appear be
fore the said circuit court on the tlrsl
, f ,lno,n;1 '"'ifi
of, to be hold"-n in the city or Kock
Island, county of Hock Island and State
of Illinois, and pn ad, unswer or demur
to said complainant's bill of complaint,
or the same and ttie matters and things
therein charged and stated will b
taken as confessed, and a decree enter
ed against you. the said defendants, ac
cordiiiK to the prayer of said bill.
GKuHGii W. GAMBLE,
Clerk of tne Circuit Court
Rock Island. 111., Acs. 16, 1913.
Jlugh 11. Curtis, complainant's solici
tor. Notice of 1'ublicutlou.
State of Illinois. Hock lsiand Coun
In tile Circuit Court of said county.
Tu the .September term. A. L). 1!)13. In
William II. Hiewerts .complainant, vs.
Ti. i.. I itiie .et al.. delendants. riill
L. L. I.a H"c; tl,e unknown belra or
deviates of I). 1 Lm Hue, deceased;
Katie l.a Hue, Henry C. Kramhoft; the
unknown wile or widow of Henry C.
Kramliott; the. unknown heirs or devi
sees of Henry C. Ki am holt, e'eceased.
and the unknown owners of the south
east quarter uf tho northeast 'luarter
of section fourteen (H . also tne fol
lowing described tract of land: Com
mencing at a siake eleven (11) rod
aad liiteen (li) links south of tha
northwest corner ot section thirteen
i 13;, township nineteen (13), norm
raiiKe two t l), east of the tourtli princl
pai meridian. Hock Island county, Illinois,
theuce not Hi hi teen ll.o rods and ten
(lu luiKs, tiieuce south rfeventy-four
(74) deisrees. west tiilrieen (13) rods'
and four (4) links, thence south forty
live 14." degrees and thirty CiO) min
utes, east to the place of hcKinnlntr. be
ing ninety-one i'jlj ."quale rods, all In
township nineteen (IK), north range
two ci). east o-l the lourth prlncipul
meridian, situated in aaid Hock Island .
county and the said fciato uf Illinois.
Aliidavit of non-residence of each '
and all of the above named defendants
having been filed In the olnce ot tha
lerk of the circuit court of said coun
ty, notice is hereby giveu to each of
said noi.-ravid-nt defendants, that com
plainant UicJ his b'll of coinpiia'iit In
said court, ou tin. cb'sneery side thereof,
on the 21st of Marcr., A, L) 1113, and
that thereupon a siirnmc.4 ij4ij out
of said coun, wherein said suit im Lit
pending, against said defendants abovfr
r.am-d, returnable on the lirst Monday
ot -May. lii 13, as is by law required, and
It appearing Irom 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
court, wherein said suit is now pend
ing, against taid defendants above nam
ed, returnable on tiie third Monday of
September, 1D13, as Is by law required.
Now, unless you. tho said aon-resl-dent
defendants above named, and each
of you, shall personally be and appear
before said circuit court on the lirst
day of the next term thereof, to be
holden at Hock Inland, tu and for nai.i
county, on the third Monday In Sep
tember, 1S13, next, and plead, unswer
or demur to said complainant's blli 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 la
the prayer of said bill.
In testimony whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and affixed the seal
of said court at rhy office in Rock la
land, this -.!3rd oay of July, A. I). J91J
GEORGE VV. GA11WM3, Clerk." '
Devoie N. bluionsVu, solicitor.