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THE ROCK ISTJAXD ARGUS, SATURDAY. SEPTEIBER 27, 1913.
TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS
Local and Foreiqn
CWcigo ar.d New York markets far-1 Year ago 1,755,000
nlehed by R. W. Wagner & Co, mem-1 Corn today 803.000
bera Chicago Board of Trade; grain,
provisions, stocks and cotton; private
wires to all financial, centers. Corre
spondents cn the New York Stock and
Cotton Exchanges. Tri-clty office In
Rock Island hotel. Phono Rock Is
P. J. McCORMICK. Manager.
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
Sept. .... 84- S5Vi 84 85U B
Dec 87 Vi 879. 86 87V4-A
May 82. S2 91H 92i-A
Sept 70 70 69 70 B
Dec. 70 70 69 697A
May 71 4 71 70. 71 A
Sept. .... 40 40 40 40
Dec 41 42, ' 41 42 B
May 45i 45 45 45 B
Sept. .... 21.5C 21.50
Jan 19.80 19.8019.77 19.77 B
Sept. .... 11.07 11.07 11.00 11.00
Oct 11.05 11.05 10.97 10.97 A
Sept. .... 11.00 11.02 11.00 11.02 A
Oct. 11.00 11.00 10.95 10.97 A
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2, r. 92&9314; No. 3,
r, 90(6 92; No. 4, r. 8S&90; No. 2, hw.
2j5&864: No. 3, hw, 85486: No
4, hw, 82fr84; No. 1, ns, 88&89; No.
2, ns, 87!&?S; No. 3, ns, 85S7; No.
4, ns, Mft84; No. 2, s, 8688; No. 3,
s. S4 087; Xo. 4, s, 80&84: No. 1, vc,
86(&87; No. 2. vc, 8687; No. 3,
vc, 84(&S6; No. 1, dur. 8586; No. 2,
dur, 8.T&84; No. 3, dur. 80&82.
Corn No.' 2. 7171; No. 2, w,
71!i&72; No. 2, y, 71(&72; No. 3,
70Vi4i71U: No. 3, w, 71(71?i; No.
3, y, 71i (& 71:ii ; No. 4, 70;i70; No.
4. w, 70f71; No. 4, y, 71&71'.
Oata No. 2. w, 42; No. 3. 40s4&
41; No. 4. 40i&40; standard, 41
rtf41; egw. 33.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Call Bids on Track Chicago.
Corn 10 days track. No. 3, m, 70
No. 3. w, 71 Vi
ber track. No.
No. 3, y, 71. October track. No. 3. m
70; No. 3, w, 70; No. 3. y, 70
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
Opning of Market.
Hogs, 9.000. Left over 4,991. Open
steady. Mixed 7.9049.00, good 8.30
8.95, rough 7.85g8.20, light. 8.35 9.00.
Cattle, 1,000, steady.
Sheep, 1,000, strong. f
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs strong at yesterday's average.
Mixed 7.95S900, good 8.308.95.
rough 7.858.20, light 8.359.00, pigs
5.007.90, bulk 8.35-9 8.80.
Cattle, steady. Beeves 7.50 9.50,
cows 3.50 8.40, stockers b.bayi.bo.
Texans 6.50 8.00, westerns 6.60 38.75,
Sheep, strong, 3.25 4.60. Lambs 5.00
Estimates Monday Hogs, 42,000,
cattle 21,000. sheep 50,000.
Closing of the Market.
Hogs closed steady at early prices.
Mixed, 7.959.00; good, 8.308.95;
rough, 7.85 0 8.20; light. 8.35 9.00.
Cattle and sheep steady.
, Hog Receipts.
St. Louis ..3,000
St. Joseph 1,800
Sioux City 2,500
St Paul 1.700
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City 700 1.000 2.000
Omaha 3.800 200 500
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Sept. 27. Following are
the quotations on tno New York stock
Union Pacific 161
United States Steel, preferred . . 109Sa
United States Steel, common . . 62V
Reading '. 169
Rock Island, preferred 24
Rock Island, common 15u
Southern Pacific 91
New York Central 96
Sept 27. Following are the. whole
sale quotaUcca on tne local market
Butter, Eggs and Cheese.
Eggs, fresh, dozen 23c
Butter, dairy, pouna 25c
Butter, creamery, pound 31c
Butter, pacing stock, pound.... ... 18c
Parsley, bunci ; 3c
Tomatoes, greennouse, Tm. . .75c1.00
Cucumbers, per doaen Z0c
Lettuce, pound 10c
New potatoes, bushel 80c90c
Onions, bunch 2o
New cabbage, Louisiana, pound . .3c
Onions. Texas, Bermuda and Silver
Skis, per bushel SL00
Old cocks 7c
Halibut, fresh 10c
Pickerel, pound 8c
Catflbh, pound 15o
Trout nound ....14c
Flour, Feed and Fuel1.
Straw, ion H.'jO
Straw, bale 35c40c
Hay, prairie, bale 5f..60c
Bran, ton , $23.00
Bran, cwt - S1.25
Ear corn, bushel 75c
Oats, load, bushel 42c43c
Corn chop, cwt fl.35
Shorts, ton $24.00
Shorts, cwt. $1.25
Wheat, bushel 9Cc
Coal, lump, per to& $3.50, $4.00
Timothy hay $14$15
Baie straw 8.00
Rye, per bushel 64c
II WAGNER'S REVIEW II
(American cables were offset here by
itne unfavorable reports from Argen
tine an dreduced estimates from Rus-
s!a. Following the opening there was
, a further advance of to ',4 on an
(improved demand and for parcels and
I the firmer Manitoba offers. Indian of
fers are dearer and Russian offers less
pressed fo rsale. At the close the un-
GRIPPED BY A L
Livingstone's Fearful Ordeal and
His Narrow Escape.
Missouri Pacific 2K4
No. 3, y, 71 4. Septem- Canadian Pacific 232
3. m, 70; No. 3, w. 71; Illinois Central 111
higher than yesterday's with .Iarch
Corn opened lower and later de
clined further . The weakness in
America was offset by the closing
strength in Buenos Aires, and at the
c?ilng offers were lighter. Later
there was realizing on a poor demand
for 'cargoes and expectations of large
arrivals if plate Monday. At the close
were to U lower than yes
Drift of the Weather.
Illinois Fair in north; unsettled
with showers in south portion tonight
or Sunday; warmer in north and cen
tral. Iowa Fair and warmer tonight;
Sunday increasing cloudiness and
Indiana Fair tonight; probably
light frost in north; Sunday fair and
Missouri Unsettled, with showers
tonight or Sunday; warmer it north.
Lower Michigan Fair tonight; prob
ably frost; cooler in northwest; Sun
day fair and warmer.
Upper Michigan Fair and warmer.
Wisconsin Fair tonight and Sun
day; slowly rising temperature.
Minesota Fair tonight and Sunday;
warmer in south and west tonight
and in south Sunday.
North Dakota and South Dakota
Fair tonight and Sunday; warmer to
night Neraska Fair and warmer; Sunday
increasing cloudiness and warmer.
Farmers Cease Offerings.
Chicago, Sept. 27. Wheat: Firmer
feeling during the session, the main
influences being firm cables and pri
mary receipts bslow last year,' of
which winter wheat markets '.' only
contributed 194,00 bushels. Feeding
operations on liberal scale are re-
Morning Grain Letter.
Chicago. Sent. 27. Wheat cables i ported from the southwest
to higher on unfavorable Argentine '. grind wheat mixed with corn and other t bush ln front of hlm j took n)m
David Livingstone, the famous Afri
can explorer and missionary, once had
a singular encounter with a wounded
lion that almost put an end to the ex
plorer's remarkable career before it
had fairly begun. But the story must
be unfamiliar to many persons who
have never read Dr. Livingstone's
books. The adventure occurred while
he was living among the Bakatlas, not
far from the present town of Mafo
king. This account is from his own
The people of Mabotsa were trou
bled by lions, which leaped into the
cattle pens by night and destroyed
their milk and draft animals. They
even attacked the herds boldly by day
light and although several expeditions
against the wild beasts were planned
the people had not the courage to car
ry them through successfully.
It is well known that if one in a
troop of lions is killed the others leave
that part of the country. I therefore
went out with the people to help them
destroy one of the marauders. We
found the animals on a small hill cov
ered with trees. The men formed
round it in a circle and gradually
closed up. Being below on the plain
with a native schoolmaster named Ma
balwe, I saw one of the lions sitting
on a piece of rock. Mabalwe fired at
him, and the ball hit the rock. The
lion bit at the spot as a dog does at a
stick or stone thrown at him, and then,
leaping away, broke through the cir
cle and escaped. The Bakatlas ought
to have speared him in his attempt to
get out. but they were afraid.
When the circle was reformed we
saw two other lions in It. but dared
not fire lest we should shoot some of
the people. The beasts burst through
the line, and as It was evident the men
could not face their foes we turned
back toward the village.
In going round the end of the hill
I saw a lion sitting on a piece of rock.
about thirty yards off, with a little
Best Office Building
Roclc Island : : : : : 2d Ave., 17th St.
f !K -
Year track. No. 3, m, 66; No. 3. w, ! Chesapeake & Ohio 58 j
66; No. 3, y, 661. Brooklyn Rapid Transit 89
Oats 10 days track. No. 3. w, 41; Baltimore & Ohio 9i
standard. 41; No. 2, w, 41. Sep-Jsugar Ill
tember same as 10 days. October St. Paul 106
track. No. 3, w, 41'i; standard, 4l; Copper 76
rmnrts an. rurtu.-prt Russian estimates' SUOStltUies. feOUima ehtern casn DroK-
Weather map ideal for movement. Do- ers report a complete cessation of
mi'stic news continues about the same; farmers' offerings. The overshadow
larce movement in the northwest: ex-i ing influence still continues to be the
r91- jceedingly light in the southwest. Not ! Possibility of Canadian free wheat and
No. 2, w, 42.
Wheat closed 'i to up.
Corn cloned to '4 otf.
Lehigh Valley 157
Republic Steel, common 23
New York Bank Statement.
Average Loans, decrease, 3,315,000;
a bushel of Canadian wheat worked i Pwp'e who are close to Canadian af
thus far to come to us. Market opera
tions will be closely watched owing
to the purchase of big 1-ie bids yes
terday. We favor a trading attitude.
i fairs are positive that the tariff bar
; riers will be removed, and we there
I fore advocate a trading attitude, giv-
ing preference to the selling side for
fnrn rallies 14 to 1, lnwer. Advices itne time being.
are of sr.me anxiety as to Argentine! Corn-Weakness in the September
outlook. Bull ship pretry well desert-! future ls "Pitting bullish calcu.ations.
ed; about one leader is left. Short in- Parish sentiment is increasing and
terest largest since spring. Weakness , influences which should count are
in sen.en,i,er aiu-enin v in ,1p ! swept aside. e feel that the decline
Today. Contrac-t. : crease,
specie, increase, 5.0S0.000; legal. de-maud and fine wca'ther encouraging ! Ln corn is not comple,te- Close to the
Wheut 80 20
Corn 367 161
Mats 177 2D
To- Last Last
day. week, year
Minneapolis 534 513 3:13
Duluth 543 467 323
Winnipeg 1.416 1,194 481
Chicago Estimate Tomorrow.
Wheat today 1.415.000 771,000
1,181,000; net deposits, de-!
crease, l.2J,ouo; reserve, increase.
4,534.750. Actual Loans, increase,
7.798.00: specie, increase, 3,981,000;
legals, decrease, 1.731,000; net deposits
increase, 2,024,000; reserve, increase,
Market Square Sales
Sept. 26, 1913.
Six loads of corn at 75c
Three loads of oats at 43c
Two loads of timothy hay at ...$16.00
One load of clover hay at..
I bears. Advise purchase on breaks .
from here. - i
Oats. A few factors coming to tha r
front favoring the holders, large south
ern cash demand and the fact that ail
substitutes such as hay and barley as!
well as cffals are selling close to thS I
price of oats.
Provisions. ft.OftO hogs. Top price
&c: do not advise purchases on strong
Liverpool, Sept. 27. Wheat was in
fluenced at the opening by covering
. .$13.00 ! with prices to U higher. The easier
Daily United States Weather Map
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ftXPlTA'N ATOR YO'TES.
Ob-i(aonttakra Mlrm78rtrinw1l!n am. Ah- pn-mm Moored to sea Itoban tcontJnTJotti llnw) put thrmirt oolnw
ofoqiul sir prawta. IaoUwnss (dotted Unas) ptm (Arouca poinuof equal temperature; drawn only for zero, freezing. 80. and 100.
O dear, partly cloudy. O cloudr. rain: mow. report mlsalnc Arrows fly with the wind. First Scares, lowest
terapcratorS past IS boars, second, precipitation of .01 Inch or more for past 24 hours; third, maximum wind velocity.
0c level for May Investments pur
chase should be made.
Oats Oats acted rather oversold.
Xot influenced by the weakness in
jcorn. Cash demand from the south is
fairly pood, but on the advance there
was putting out of hedges for north-
j western account, said to be against
; Canadian purchases. A moderate de
cline here can be reasonably expected,
i Provisions Followed corn weak
I ness, despite higher hog market and
I light receipts. We expect them to
i sell some lower.
Stocks While Union Pacific and
People's Gas absorb the speculative
mind, such good properties as Great
Northern, Southern Pacific and St.
Paul should not be overlooked. The
position of the general market has
not changed materially. There has
been no unhealthy bulls in speculation
that we can discern and the vulnerable
speculative position is found the bear
Cotton While spot Interests and the
bear professionals are working for
lower prices the market grows tech
nically stronger. The news from
Washington is encouraging and we
maintain a conservative bullish view
of the market. On any sharp set
back purchases should prove profitable.
The southern storm which remains
off the coast of Texas has caused
rains as far north as southern Kansas
and western Tennessee, with rain
fall of 2.16 Inches at Shreveport, La.
Showers in the eastern portion of
tt? lake region and in the SL Law
rence valley have resulted from the
northeastern low which is disappear
ing beyond New Kngland. The crest
of the western high has drifted to
the southern portion of the lake region
utid the attendant cooler tempera
lures have extended to New Eugland.
Hiding temperatures in the northern
Hicky mountain states and the upper
y.lsouri valley are resulting from the
low which overlies western Canada.
The eastward movement of these con
tlUicus will b attended by warmer
weather In this vicinity, with fair to
night, followed by increasing cloudi
Atlantic City 72
Rock Island 62
Kansas City 64
New Orleans . .
Seattle 72 66 .00
Washington, D. C. . SO 60 .00
Winnipeg 62 44 .00
Yellowstone Park . 30 .00
.00 I Prairie du Chien
Flood. Height Chng.
. 14 2.1 0.1
. 14 2.2 0.0
. 12 2.4 0.0
. 12 2 4 0.0
. 18 2.9 0 1
. 18 30 0.3
. 18 35 0.0
. 10 1.3 xO.l
. 15 2.7 0.0
Estata ot Cornelius J. Meenan, de
ceased. The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
Cornelius J. Meenan, late of the county
it Rock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that he will
appear before the Hon. Benjamin Bell,
judge of the probate court of Kock Is
land county, at the probate court rL-ora,
in the city of Rock Island, at the De
cember term, on the first Monday in
December next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate
aie notified and requested to attend foi
the purpose of havim the same adjust
ed. All persona Indebted to said estate
are requested to make immeaiat pay
ment to the undersigned.
uateo. mis tr.irii aa yot sepiemoer, A.
D. lt13. PATRICK F. MEENAN.
Albert Hub-r, attorney.
at him through the bush and Ored both
The men called out. "lie is shot, he
ls shot!" Others cried. "Let us go to
I saw the lion's tall erect In anger
and said, "Stop a little till I load
again!" I was in the act of ramming
down the bullets when 1 heard a
shout, find, looking half round. I saw
the lion In the act of springing at me.
He caught me by the shoulder, and
tve both came to the ground together.
Growling horribly, he shook me as a
terrier dog does a rat The shock pro- ;
duced a stupor like that felt by a j
mouse in the grip of the cat. It caused ;
a sort of dreaminess, in which there j
was no sense of pain or feeling of ter- '
ror. although I was quite conscious of !
what was happening. This placidity i
Js probably produced in all animals
killed br the carnivora. and. If so. it is j
a merciful provision of the Creator for t
lessening the pain of death.
As he had one paw on the back of j
my head. 1 turned round to relieve my- j
self of the weight and saw his eyes )
directed to Mabalwe. who was aiming
at him from a distance of ten or nT- i
teen yards. The gun missed tire In J
both barrels.. The animal immediately t
left me to attack him and bit his
thigh. Another man. whose life I had
saved after he had been tossed by r.
buffalo, tried to spear the lion, upon
which he turned from Mal.alwe. and
seized this fresh foe by the shoulder.
At that moment the bullets the beast
had received took effect, and he fell
down dead. The whole was the work
of a few moments and must have
been hU paroxysm of dying rage. In
order to take out the charm from him
the Bakatlas on the following day
made a huge bonfire over the carcass,
which was declared to be the largest
Besides crunching the bone into
splinters, eleven of his teeth had pen
etrated the upper part of my arm. The
bite of a lion resembles a gunshot
wound. It is generally followed by a
great deal of sloughing and discharge,
and ever afterward pains are felt pe
riodically ln the part. 1 bad on a tar
tan Jacket, which 1 believe wiped o!t
the virus from the teeth that pierced
the flesh, for my two companions ii
Hie affray have both suffered from thi
usual pains, while I have escaped with
only the inconvenience of a false Joint
ln my limb.
BATCHELUER, M. D. & CO 414
MALOM3V, E. A 311
STAVDIUAIt, G. P. ..: COS
ATTO RN E YS-AT-LA W.
UAI UERG, J. II 301
LVDCLPII, V. L. SOS
KAlthEK. J. W 607
tlUUOEUEK, C. J 303
(LINfc. & SHAW KIEL CO 505
COLLIERIES SALES CO .',01
ilU-C,ITV COAL CO t 300
AMES, DR. E. I'
HAI.VLI.NE, DR. E. L. ..
MARTIN, DK. W. E. ...
MUELLER, DR. C. W. .
SHERRARD, DR. B. II.
WILSON, MISS BLANCHE 410
INSURANCE FIRE. SUITE.
KRLfl.L, E. II 12
HAltKEII, W. C 307
GERMAN N AT L LIFE INS. CO.. .314
ILLINOIS LIKE INS. CO 400
METROPOLITAN LIFE tot
N'. V.) 3O0
NEW YORK LIFE tot N. V.)....SU
KIDEI.ITV LOAN CO 40'l
ASAY, DR l. E. 403
BANTA, DR. J. D 605
BCRKHART, DR. II ADA 311
COMEUYS, DR. J. P 407
DART, DR. RALPH 407
FOSTER, DR. C. T 401
FREY1 G, DR. C. F 302
PETRIE, DR. ETTA tfOO
ROCIIOW, DR. C. J. K. 304
STO KF.lt, DR. A 511
SOLDERS, DR. J. C 404
. LOANS REAL ESTATE.
I.I D(; PH, W. L
SCllli'JSDKR, C. i
REAL ESTATE LANDS.
KKEl.l., Fa ii ,
DISPATCH, MOLINE DAILY 411
ELLIOTT-FISHER CO 3K(
MOLINE TIMBER CO 301
M. PAC. RAILWAY CO (lofal
UOSEN FIELD, W. A 309
IRI-STATE OIL CO 813
IN THE HEART OF ROCK ISLAND
All Street Cars Stop Right at the Entrance
Estate of William Martin Wendt. de
ceased. Th undersigned having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of William Martin Wendt,
late of the county of Kock Island, stale
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no
tice that she will appear before the
Hon. Benjamin Bell, Judge o fthe pro
bate court of Rouk Island county, at
the probate court room, in the city of
Rock Island, at the November term, on
the nrst Monday in November next, at
which time all persons having claims
against said estate are notified and re
quested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons
indebted to said estate are requested to
make Immediate payment to the utider
aignd. Dated 28th day of August. A. I.
It IS. ANNA WENDT,
chrtver A Schrlver, attorneys.
The beauty of old china Is often de
Btroyed by brown spots which appear
on the surface. An effective way to
remove these Is to bury the dish in the
tartb, covering It completely. The
darker spots require more time to re
move them than the lighter ones. This
method will not barm the most deli
cate china. New York Telegram.
"There is one thought which comes
dally to every man."
"That nothing Is too good for hlm."
Either I will And ft way or J will
make one Sir Philip Sidney. .
Estate of Andrew J. Whitney, de
ceased. The undersignea Having been ap
pointed ulminiMirators with the will
unnexed of the estate of Andrew J.
Whitney, lato of Die county of Rock
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, here
by give nottcti that they wi:. appear
before the Una. Kerija;inn Hell, judjje
of the prabute court of Rock island
county, at the probate court room. In
the city of Hock island, at the Septem
ber term, on the nrst Monday in Sep
tember next, at which time ail per
sons having claims against said estate
are noticed and requested to attend tor
the purijose of huving the same ad
justed. Ail persons inUt bli-d to said es
tate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated 18th day of July. A. D. 1913.
Administrator With the Will Annexed
-Stale ot Ileal Estate.
By virtue of an order and decree of
the probate court of Rick Island coun
ty. Illinois, made on the petition of the
undersigned. Frederick Appelquist, ex
ecutor of the estate of Jmseph 11. Cnun
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 30th day of August. 1U13, 1 ahull,
on the 30th day of September next, be
tween the hours of 10 o'clock In the
forenoon and 4 o'clock ln the afternoon
of said day, se.U 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 'it, and
No. four (4), ln Allen A Fleming's ad
dition, In tioutii Hock Island township,
in Kock Island county, Illinois, on the
following terms, to-wii. tor casn.
Executor of the Estate of Joseph II.
L?.ted this 30tu day of August, A. U.
James W. Maucker. attornr-y.
Whereas, The Twin-City Rendering
company, a. copai tnershlp formerly ex
isting between Merman Koggenkamp
ami Charles Krueger of the city of Rock
island, III., has been dissolved by the
deatii of said partner, Herman itoggen
Ita'ni'. Notice ls hereby tven that said
Charles Krui ger. survivicg partner, lias
purchased the entire interest which said
deceased nartuer, Merman Roggenkamp,
had in all f the property ami rlru as
sets of said late copartnership; that
said Charles Kruejer will, inuler the
,i.imo and style, "Twin-City Rendering
Company,' continue tt: conduct the bus
iness formerly tarried on by said co
partnership, and will assume all out
standing irl.liKatiins and proceed to col
lect any indebtedness which may be due
to said former cotiartiicrsliip.
liateil this uixin day of September.
A. !. IjiJ.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In the County Court of Rock Island
county. Illinois. October term, 1113. In
Attachment. Demand, ibti.l'.i .
Hotel Company vs. II.
Estate of Nicholas Parkes. deceased.
The undersigned navino been ap-i
pointed administrator of the estate of,
Nicholas Parkes. late of the county of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased. ,
hereby gives notice that he wiil appear'
before the probate court of Rock Inland
county, at the probate court room, in,
the city of Rock Island, at the January ;
term, on the Hrst Monday in January.
A. It. lilt, next, at which time all per- ;
sons having claims against said estate!
are notified and requested to attend fori
the ouiuose of having: tne same adjust
ed. Ail persons indebted to said estate
00 i RIVER FORECAST.
.001 Only slight changes in the MiaKio. ! are requested to make immediate pay
in i in ... ; mr.t to the undersigned.
.UU ! sippl will occur from below Dubuque Dated second day - September. A. D.
.00 1 to Muscatine. iii. wiluam H. park us,
.00 J. M. SI1ERIER, Local Forecaster. J Jackson, Hurst & Stattord,attoi ne. '
Summer Cottages, Tool Houses,
J. C. STEVENS
1810 THIRD AVENUE
Phone West 178
See sample at corner of Nine
teenth ctreet and Third avenue.
B. Gil mo re.
Notice is here;' given to you, th
said li .B. GUmore, that a writ of at
tachment lias been Issued out of the
otlce of the clerk of the county curt
of said county of Kock Inland, at the
suit of the said New Harper Hotel corn-pj-uy,
and against the estate of you. the
said H. B. Ciilmore. for eighty-six and
forty one-hundrc-dths dunars besides
interest, directed to the sheriff or said
county to execute, whi-h said writ lias
been returned by said sheriff executed
by levying on the north ii feet r i.
; east 50 feet of lot No. , in block No. 2
and the north !0 feet of the west 30
i leet of lot No. 1. in block No. 2, in the
' old town of Htephenson. no.v Hock 1s
I land, ln the county of Kock Island and
! slate c-f Illinois.
j Now. unless you. the said II. B. Gil
more, shall personally be and appear be
fore the county court of said county, or.
the hrst day of the next term thereof.
! to be holden at Rock Island, in said
j county, tn the hrst Monday In thf
j month of October next, give special
I bail and plead ti said action, judgment
j will be entered aijainst you in favor of
; said plaintiff, and the property attach
ed soiu in sausiy me same, with costs.
HENRY B. Hi;BKAKI. Clerk.
Rock Island 111. Sept. 4 1913.
Kearl A. Uarhnll r.lr.intifv-. -,.-
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State of Illinois, Ruck Island Coun
In the Circuit Court or Fald County.
To the September term, A. I). 1913.
Willard I.. cue, complainant, vs. Con
stance Van Wuntei gliein, Anna, Ohlssun
and others, UelendunUj. Is, 11 to tjuiet
Aflidavit of the rion-resldi.nce of the
defendants, haniuel I'rii k, the unknown,
wife or widow ot Samuel frlek, the un
known heirs or ucvlsees of Samuel
Frick, deceased, having been liled in the
olflce of the clerk ui the circuit court
of said Kock Island county, notice is
hereoy given to the said deleliditiits,
Samuel J'rick. the unknown wife or
widow of Samuel Krlck. the unknown
heirs or devisees of Sainuei Frick. de
ceased, that complainant liled hi bill
of complaint in the circuit court of
said county on Aug. 16, A. I). 1K13, and
that thereupon a summons issued out
of said court, wherein said -suit is ninr
pending, returnable on tne third Mon
day in September next, as is by law re
Now, unless you, the above named
defendants, shall persjnally appear be
fore the said circuit court on the first
day of the next September term there
of, to be holden in the city of Rock
Island, county of Kock Island and Stale
of Illinois, and piead, answer or demur
to said complainant's bill of complaint,
or tne same and the matters and thing
therein charged and slated will be
taken as confessed, and a decree enter
ed against you. the said defendants, ao
cordine- ;o the prayer of said bill
UKURG1S V. GAMBLE.
Clerk r,r ttie Circuit Court.
Rock Island. 111., At:g. 16. 1013.
Hugh C Curtis, complainant's sollcl
.O.10 Of the finest lnc-a!
iteiuu auu a nan Hiree .. one block fr jm
lAXia if w nark Pnrk tuluiwt A uova-.
roorn Btrictlv modern huut-.e: good base
ment. n:ce larK: porch, fast front cor
ner lot Cxl2.".. uerKcily level. All
Kinds of fruit and shade trees Now
this place must be so d at once, thrW
fere anyone lookinz for a good homo
rtinnot afford to c-verlock this big bar
gain. M. K. Darkenweld Realty com
pany. 40-47 First National Bank build
ing. I'hone DaveuDOit itZZi.