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rj' tWn Tertahlir Scieols
Jfttreiaae af one or, shore portable
Ami hamam la to probable eolu-
ittit. th congested school 'room
pttikm discussed by tie East Mo
tf'hav4 of nducation at iu meet-
: iVjtporU were spsde to the board
Hot after the opining of thepres
- eat- tatra that a many as 65 cbil-
Area were assigned to one room and
."- i.-u.1.. j ., .,,
.;,r' !ncw' nd that an average
5 It ? chfldreo to room was found
ii To
JT at O
VtMtR : wh, SV' A kma.
tr r nt thm khrl 1 rnnVDrM
Uuk class rooms but this plan
, ' wurald curtail gynin8ium work and
. ...othar necessary, activities
of the
' P,JP- B Hoffman.' ' ..rt . ' 1
, Superintendent Hoffman and oth
.tar members of the board are strong
ly In favor of the portable school
! idea, as it Is pointed out the port-'
llav ti nrAuont rnnffonfiin hut
sjlmjat be placed In secUons of the
city distant from permanent school
buildings. ' j
liUiWeaM iecomniodate Kl..
She. temporary structures might
alstrhe utilised while extensiong of
1 ike. -permanent buildings, were be-
lag :built. The portable buildings
would cot the board approximately
- flJOO each and would accommodate
Mf tudents. The expense of the
proposition appears to be the only
argsment against it, Superintend
f eat Hoffman states.' t
y ttrtfan Kalfied. ,
..Tinitors in all buildings were
hted a slight increase in salary !
Tesponsa to their repeated ap-;aay- . " . ". .
M to the school board for morel The ordinance doe, not
the salaries of the teaching , ective until Sept 22 as 10 days
A', were approved by the board must elPse Wter fUcatloii iof the
a the porounel ox Xhc staff ion
roed. Employment of one addi-
oat instructor, may . pe, necessary,
jtjig to the steadily increasing en-;
.ment, :. , - ... ..... ,.
,Harry M. McCaekrin, candidate
.'or the Republican nomination as
representative to the general as
sembly, denounced James H. Wll
kerson, chairman of the public
Utilities commission, who yester
day noon addressed a meeting of
quad-city Rotariana in Moline. Mc
Caekrin spoke on the corner of Six
teenth street and Fifth avenue,
Moline, last evening.
Th Rock Island (candidate de
area that the representative of the
commission dared not
N address before an audience such as
r 7 i. .
. to whom he, MoCaskrin, was
With 13 more motorists arrested
$ : last night the list of traffic violat-
t for token Into custody since the
opening of the campaign for en
forcement of the automobile lights
law.tas now reached the 100 mark.
The campalga has been in progress
hut 10 days. Names of the latest
defendants follows:
f-t.'John Ranch. Janesville. Wis.: Joe
; reporter. Mount reter, Iowa:
j George Rohde. Davenport; Camlet
DePorter, Silvia; O. J. Rund and
Walter Lundin. Rock Island; W. A.
; Bmoot, H. 1. Hedlund. Howard Blue,
i Frank Long, Henry Quade.P. Sparl
inf ad H. DeWolf, Molina.
rrr Major Skinner has given me permission to
speak in Moline, on Monday and Tuesday even
ings. Both meetings will be held at the corner
of Fifth avenue and Sixteenth street, Sept 13
and 14. I will then and there tell you all about
James A. Wells of Aledo, who missed 260 roll
Calls. , ; ' ."V . , . : - -
: James A. Wells is a stockholder and director
in the PeoDle's Telephone company an Illinois
1 public utility. A vote
4 electric light and gas bills.
i Who monkeved with the Legislative Voters'
..league? Why did this league) in August say Mr.
Wells "missed too many roll calb" and why does ,
it now say Mr. Wells "made ;a good record" ?
This league knows that Wells missed 260 roll
calls. .. - ;
Come to my meetings and hear about the
-Public Utility Grafters, the tools they hire to de-
- 1 . v' 11 - I
k. ceive, now mucu money
v . the tncks they work to get your .votes. . .
--saw - . -i ' ' . - ... - s -V t .
;f jr , If you cannot attend my meetings you can
; vote ior me. i asx you
mm w en. lint.
Fansral Marrtcas for ra BmUy
pas Hulbart, loar-tlaae wsiaat
f niton, nu wao died at th Wn
tcnown hospital at noon Sunday
from Injuries -Incurred in a fall,
were held at Tulton this afternoon.
The body wu Uken from the Eaet
Inline parlors following the In
quest yesterday -
feaeral ef Joseph Heater, s
- Bemalns of Joiepb Han tor. aged
Watertowa paMrnt who died of
asthma Sunday evening, were sent
to Untontown, 111., this, afternoon.
Interment will take place there to
morrow afternoon. ;v
:JUri intterraafle.
Mary Wittarranf le, 10-months-old
daughter of-Mr. and Mrs. GiiR
tar Wltterranglo of Briar Bluff,
who died at the home of the par
ent Saturday, was buried in St.
Mary's cemetery this morning. Ser
vices were held at tne uoion wu-
olic church at 9 a. m. tooay.
w v, iaia ow
Is survived by the parents.
Mrs. Christina Jaeobson.
.' Death called Mrs. Christina John
son at 9:15 this -morning in tier
home, 1228 Eleventh avenue, this
cttr. ' She had been bedfast for the
last two months. Funeral arrange
ments will be announced later.
- Mrs. Johnson was a native' of
Sweden and was born July 9. 1847.
She came to this county in 1&92 and
two years later she located in this
city, where, she had since made her
home. Shi was a member of the
Free Swedish Evangelical church
for the last 28 years.
She leaves to mourn her loss four
children, Mrs. John Ledin of Chi
cago, Mrs. Martin Nelson of Mo
line, Oustaf antf Esther at home,
and four grandchildren.
That the council will take no ac
tion interfering with a thorough
trial of the parking ordinance
adopted last week, is the opinion
held by Mayor C. P.
Skinner ana
which he expressed to the press to-
ne w ordinance. ! It was published
last Saturday. The council may j
take some action at its meeting!
next Monday evening and stop the
ordinance before it becomes effec
tive but If the views held by the
mayor are true, no such action will
be taken. Mayor Skinner main
tains that the majority of aldermen
were opposed to making exception
for any class, feeling that if one
class were exempted all would seek
the same privilege. He does not
believe the petition of city physi
cians for exemption wilmeet with
favor when placed before the coun
cil next Monday night -
Margaret Esping, Moline high
school student, is the first girl
. .ij,' , v,
iUne hish school. Yesterday she
was elected head of the junior class.
receiving 35 votes while her near
est rival received only 12. A
speech made at the close of the
basketball season last year in which
Miss Esping, captain of the team,
gave all credit for the team's vic
tory to ber teammates, is believed
responsible for the unusual decision
of the class.
The class elected Philip Mahoney
vice president; Dorothy Wright,
secretary; Edward Parsons, treas
urer and JJeaulah Meyers and Lome
Johnson members of. the athletie
board. .
Peoria Livestock.
Peoria. 111., Sept 14. Hog re
ceipts. 1.000; top, 17.10; lights,
16.7517.10: heavies, 16.0016.75;
packers, 14.2515.35; pigs, 12.00
Cattle receipts, 200; demand good
on high grades i weak on others.
for Wells is a vote for
uiey gei irom you, auu
10 piump your votes, so.
Delerease Brotken .Taken to
County Jail to Await Trial
. Ko PreilaUaary Bearing. :
'Clarence J. Schroeder. Jtock Is
land attorriey, will represent James
and Dominick Delorenzo, charged
with the murder of Anglo Frank-
villa on toe night of' Aug. 24. Mr.
Schroeder announced his , inten
tions of takine up the case for the
Italian brothers this morning. He
is'James Oelorenzo's attorney in a
divorce suit nowbending in Rock
Island." - - "'''V.
There will be no preliminary
hearing given the Italians in Moline,
according to Benjamin S. Bell,
Bute's attorney. Magistrate Gus
tafson today continued the oase to
Sept 24 but as the grand Jury meets
early next week it is probable the
case will be taken directly into that
court. - i
The ' Delorenzos were taken to
Rock Island county jail today. They
have been in Moline city jail since
their arrival from Beloit, Wis.,
where they fled the night of the
So "Third Deeree."
State's Attorney Bell declared to
day that be believes Jim Delorenzo
might have confessed to the crime
had "third degree" methods been
used by the police. No such meth
ods have been applied in the case.
- Mrs. Frankvilla widow of the
murdered power house employe, ap
peared at the station today. She
was given an opportunity; to See the
two charged with her husband's
murder. When asked for some
comment on the case her reply was
a severe denunciation of: the defend
- Exhibit of fresh fruits, a novelty
for , the Moline school garden dis
play is exnected to attract much in
terest at the annual school fair to
be held at the Manual Arts build
ing next Saturday. The fruit con
test may be entered by adults only.
Eight clssses of fruit; may be en
tered and prizes will be awarded
the winner of each.
Entries for 'the exhibit must be
made before Friday night and pro
ducts to be placed on show mim
be at the Manual Arts building by
11 a. m. Saturday. The exhibit
which includes a showing of vege
tables, canned . good3, flowers and
fruits will be open -to the public
Saturday afternoon and evening.
Vegetables and canned goods not
taken away by the owners will be
given to Bethany home and the
fruits and flowers sent to the vari
ous hospitals.
. Divisions in the fruit contest fol
low: , ...
1. Fall apples, any five varie
ties. 2. Winter apples, any five vari
eties. 3. Pears, any five, varieties.
4. Plums, Jwelve of any variety.
5. Grapes, three bunches "of
6. Grapes,' three ' bunches of
white or red. - !
7. Sweepstakes in apples, any
five varieties.
8. Strawberries, a pint box.
Stereoptlcon slides showing views
of the Labor day parade, flag drap
ed streets and field events, which
took place in East Moline Sept 6,
will contribute their share to the
booster meeting and "get acquaint
ed" reception to be held Thursday
night at the East Moline Y. M. C. A.
The reception is especially planned
for shop employes, their wives and
families, although everyone is in
Following the showing' of the pic
tures the guests will be asked to
participate in the evening's enter
tainment by Joining in games and
stunts. Refreshments will be
served. r ' :
Potatoes. ,
Chicago, Sept 14. Potatoes,
firm; receipts 41 cars; Jersey Cob
blers.. $2.903.00 per cwt; Wis
consin Round and White, sacked
and bulk, $2.402.50; Wisconsin,
bulk and sacked, Early Ohios, $2.35
OZ.50 per cwt
Chas. Clair
1SI6 TUrtfelk Street Bock Island
5 lbs sugar .................. ,85e
Campbell's pork and beans,
2 cans ..83e
Dyer's pork and beans, can ..10c
Sweet potatoes, 2 cans iae
Asparagus, No." 3 can ........ iSe
Corn, 2 cans ......... ......
Sifted peas, can ......... ....S0e
Del Monte spinach. No. S can ..Sac
Catsup, 2 bottles 24
Pink salmon, tall can ..!..,
Sliced peaches. No. 3 can .....Me
California sardines in oil 2 cans SSe
Macaroni. Spaghetti and v
noodles, ptg ....l..........8e
P. tt O. Naptha soap, bar....i;.8e
Washrag castile soap, 2 bars. ..8t
Tar soap, bar ....;............
Black thread. 12 spools ........SOe
bives 0earisi1
, Chicago, Sept 14. Depressing of
sterling exchange had a bearish ef
fect today on the wheat market
Rains In Argentina, counted also,
as an incentive to set. On'the re
sulting setback, however, bouses
wit h eastern connections were buy
ers and there was a brisk milling
demand. Opening prices, which
varied from unchanged figures to'
c lower, with. December $2.48 H
to $2.49. and March 2.43 to S2.44,
were followed by a material decline
all around, and then something of
a rally. i
Assertions that seaboard export
ers had entirely withdrawn from
the market, led to serve weakness
later. The market closed almost
demoralized 7 to 9 cento net
lower with December 12.39 to
S2.40, and March $2.36.
Favorable weatner and the de
cline in wheat lead to breaks in the
corn market After opening c to
He lower, including December at
$1.18 to $1.19, the market con
tinned to fall. "
Subsequently notice of the shut
ting down of manufacturing plants
at Peoria and Decatur, 111., was fol
lowed by a price drop to the lowest
level yet this season for the .Decern'
bef delivery. The close was nerv
ous, 3c to 5c net lower, with
December $1.14 to $1.14.
- Oats eased down with other grain
starting unchanged to c off, and
then undergoing a general sag.
Higher quotations on hogs
strengthened provisions.
Chicago Cash Grain
Chicago, Sept 14. Wheat: No. 1
red, 2.552.56; No. 2 red, 2.55; No.
3 red, 2.51 2.52; No. 1 hard,
2.552.56; No. 2 hard, 2.52
2.53; No. 3 hard, 2.50; No. 5 hard,
2.46; No. 1 mixed, 2.512.55; No.
2 mixed, 2.52.
Corn: No. 2 mixed, 1.37; No. 5
mixed, 1.361.38; No. 6 mixed, 1.35;
No. 2 yellow, 1.391.40; No. 3
yellow. 1.381.39; No. 6 yellow,
1.34; No. 1 white, 1.381.4Q; No.
2 white, 1.38 1.40; No. 3 white,
1.40; No. 6 white, 1.33; sample
grade, 1.281.28
Oats: No. 1 white, 6364c; No.
2 white, 6264c; No. 3 white,
fil63c; sample grade, 61c.
Rye: No. 2, 1.93 1.98; barley,
1.03 1.15.
Timothy seed. 5.007.50; clover
seed, 22.0027.00. ? 1
Pork, nominal; lard19.87; ribs,
- Liberty Bonds.
New York, Sept 14. Prices of
Liberty Bonds today at noon were:
3s. $90.00; first 4s, $85.30; sec
ond 4s, $84.60; first 4s, $85.72; sec
ond 4s, $84.70; third 4s, $S8.06;
fourth 4s, $S4.86; Victory 3s,
$95.44; Victory 4s, $95.44.
The closing prices today -were:
3s, 90.04; first 4s, 85.34;. second
4s, 84.60; first 4s 85.70; second
4s, 84.76; third 4s, 88.2S; fourth
4s, 8J.96.; Victory 3s, 95.44;
Victory 4s, 95.44
New York Sugar.
New York, Sept. 14. Raw sugar,
steady; sales, 4,000 bags of Cuba's
in port; centrifugal $10.78; rfined,
quiet; fine granulated, 15.00.
General No. 619.
Notice is hereby given to all
persons Interested that the board
of local improvements of the city
of Rock Island, 111., has filed in
the county court of Rock Island
county, a certificate of the cost of
the improvement entitled in said
court, "In Re Petition of the City
of Rock Island, III, to assess the
cost of the paving of Twentv-sec-
ond street from Eighteenth avenue
to me soutn line of Kennedy's
Twenty-second street addition in
the city of Rock Island," and said
certificate also shows the court
costs, the amount of accrued inter
est and the total amount of said
assessment, and said certificate
also states that the said improve
ment conforms substantially to the
requirements of the original ord
inance for the construction of the
same, as required by law, and that
nnai n earing on said certificate
will be had on the 24th day of
September, A; D. 1920, at the hour
of 9 o'clock a. m., or as soon there
after as the business of the court
will permit All persons desiring
may file objections in said court
before said day and may appear
on the hearing and make their de
fense, j
Dated at Rock Island. Ill, this
10th day of September, A. D. 1920.
' , M. T. RUDGREN,
Board of Local Improvements of
the City of Rock Iasland. HI.
Notice the Shoe
Repairing Prices
Of the Illinois. Shoe
' , Why Pay More Elsewhere?
, . - - (
halt-soles ;.. .... S1.50
robber heels . -...45c
Men's tin.
heels, leather . . . . .. . UC
We also have a line of gents'
The Illinois Shoe Repair Shop
S3 Second Avenue, Rock Island, III.
' - Opposite PostotBce.
go:.:es AFTER
. :.. '
New York. Sept 14i After a re
action at the opening, of the ex
change today there .was a broad
buying movement m representative
and speculative rails, led by Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western
whie4irose 10 points. Other coal
ers, also prominent trans-continentals
and grangers rose 1 to 2
points. Among the Junior rails
New York. Chicago and St Louis
rose 3, and St Paul common and
preferred, St Louis & Southwest
ern, Kansas City Southern -pre
ferred. Rock Island, Pittsburgh ft
Western. B. ft 0.. Erie first pre
ferred and New Orleans, Texas ft
'Mexico gained 1 to 1 points. Oils,
motors and shippings rose 1 to 3
points but steels and ' equipments
were .comparatively quiet though
firm. Call money opened at 7 per
American Beet Sugar ....... 80
American Can 34
American Car ft Foundry. .. .136
American' Locomotive .-i..... 94
American Smelting & Refin.. . 60
American Sumatra Tobacco.. 85
American ft T. 99
Anaconda Copper ... 63
Atchison 83
Baldwin Locomotive ..109
Baltimore ft Ohio 42
Bethlehem Steel "B" 76
Central Leather 52
Chesapeake ft Ohio 61
Chicago,, Mil. ft St, Paul .... 38
Corn Products .... : 87
Crucible Steel ..123
General Motors (new) 21
Great Northern Ore Crtfs. . . 33
Goodrich Co. 55
Int. Mer. Marine prfd. .. 74
International Paper 79
Kennecott Copper ..25
Mexican Petroleum .........174
New York Central . 74
Norfolk & Western 94
Northern Pacific 79
Pure Oil Co. i 38
Pennsylvania 42
Reading 93
' Sinclair Consol. Oil 32
i UIDUUIIIi VU W. ....... Ol TJ
Southern Pacific 94
I Southern Railway : 27
i Studebaker Corporation ..... 6274
Texas Co. (new) 50
Tobacco Products 64
Union Pacific .'. . .121
United States Rubber ........ 86
United States Steel 88
Utah Copper 64
Westinghouse" Electric 48
Illinois Central 89
j Chicago Futures.
Sept 14, 1920.
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
Dec: 2.48 2.49 2.39 2.39
March ....2.43.44 2.35 2.36
Sept .... .1.39 1.39 1.35 1.35
Dec. 1.18 1.19 1.13 1.14
OaU . . . v
Sept 63 .63 .61 .61
Dec. ., 65 .65 .63 .63
Sept.' 24.00
Oct.- 24.25
Lard "
Sept 19.87 19.75 19.82
Oct. ..... 19.80 19.47 19.80 19.92
Sept ..... 16.85
Oct. 16.85 17.07 16.85 16.90
Report of tbe condition of
American Trust and
" Savings Bank
Located st Bock Inland. State of nUnoia,
at the dose of businees on the 8th day
it September. 1U20. as made to the
Auditor of Public Account ol the Stale
of Illinois, pursuant to law.
Loans and Discounts $1,411,616.52
Liberty Loan Bonds
War Savings Stamps
Other Bonds and Stocks ....
Banking House, Furniture
and Fixtures
Other Real Estate
Due from Banks
Revenue tSampa
Total Beaonrees
Capital Stock Paid in S 200.000.00
Surplus Fund 60.000.00
Undivided Profits (net) .... 6.308.60
DEPOSITS: .. tt634.370.32
Due to Banks 6.0O0.00
Reserved for Taxes and Inter- '
est 17.400.00
Other Liabilities. Pram, on
Bonds 1.424.2S
Total Liabilities ....... .S1.S15.503.18
' L G. O. Huckstaedt, cashier of the
American Trust A Sayings Bank, do sol
emnly ssrear that the above statement ia
true to the beat of. my knowledge and be
lief. -
Stats ot TTWnnta, Oamty at lock Island, sa.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
13th day of Seplaartnr, 1820. .
(SEAL) , "W. X. OH! HELL . .
Kotary Public.
Repair Shop. Bring
today. t'
naif -soles . .....
rubber heels ....
, ,
leather heels ....
furnishings at low prices.
Bright Henna; Is laclcatlea
Week of Saashtae Thoi
i : .saads m Grwuds.
' With brilliant sunshine this
morning every indication pointed
towards fair weather for the big
gest Mercer county fair in the his
tory of Mercer fairs.
Early this morning crowds start
ed toward the fair grounds and by
noon thousands of people had en
tered the gate. Practically all of
tbe exhibitors have their exhibits
arranged and this afternoon will
see the fair on In full swing.
The program of races and enter
tainments starts tomorrow hut the
crowds from throughout the county
were on hand today to view tbe va
rious exhibits and pick out their
favorite in the contests. The live
stock show this year is said to be
bigger than ever in the history of
the Aledo fairs. Hundreds of en
tries have been made in all depart
ments of the hog and cattle exhib
its and the largest horse exhibit in
the history has also been made.
Added 260 Peas.
With the addition of 260 pens for
the hog exhibits it is estimated that
there are about twelve hundred
head of swine at the show. The
cattle barns are filled with high
grade animals brought from va
rious parts of the county and state.
The sheep exhibit this year ia big
ger than ever. A large number of
animals which have taken prizes in
other fairs are. exhibited at the
Mercer event
One of the finest exhibits on the
grounds is in the implement sec
tion.. Dealers from Aledo, Mon
mouth and other cities have erect
ed a huge tent in which every form
of farm implement is on display.
The exhibit includes everything
from lawnmowers to huge thresh
ing machines and from automobile
tires to kitchen cabinets.
A visit to the Floral hall Bhowed
one of the finest exhibits of flowers.
fruit paintings, needle work, school '
work and canned fruit that has
ever been displayed at the Mercer
fair. The exhibits in the Floral
hall are under the supervision of
various educational Institutions of
the county.
Another Interesting .exhibit to
the farmers of the county is the
seed 'Show, which is . the biggest
since the fair was organised. Every
kind of small grain seed is on ex
hibit and the display shows tbe va
rious kinds of seeds which are
adapted to the soil of this county.
The racing programs at the fair
open tomorrow afternoon with a
2:25 trot for a $400 purse. Two
pacing races, a 2:12 and 2:25, are
also scheduled for tomorrow'. A
gents' drive in which Mercer coun
ty owners may drive with their
horses hitched to anything, will also
be held tomorrow. Three days of
fine horse racing are scheduled for
the fair. Thursday and Friday
program of excellent harness rac
ing will be held.
I Weather Forecast
! f
settled but mostly fair tonight and
Wednesday; continued warm.
MISSOURI and IOWA: General
ly fair tonight and Wednesday;
continued warm.
To The Voters of
Rock Island County
It has befen charged that the Great Public Utilities are
deiavoring to buy, the election of public officials favor
able to them in their rate steal. And now the Lowden util
ities candidates for Clerk of the Supreme Court comes out
with the indorsement of Justice of the Supreme court both
Democratic and Republican. If this is a challenge to those
who dare stand for the people's rights of Home Rule, to
battle those that are controlled or owned by the Utilities
Corporations, even to our Courts, please count me in on
, the people's side. I stand squarely for Home Rule, and am
opposed to the election of any man to public office who is
opposed to Government derived from the people them
selves. If these Corporations can control and peddle our
Supreme Courts and other public officials in the political
arena, it's high time the people were waking up.
Members of the Mercer county
board of supervisors met at the
court house today In their regular
September session. The opening
business waa taken care of this
afternoon and the session was ad
journ ed to , reconvene after the
fair.. '
An exhibit of unusual nature at
the Aledo fair this year is the
wireless telephone and telegraph,
which is in the Floral hall, install
ed and operated by a representa
tive of Young & McCombs depart
ment store at Rock Island. It is
the plan of tbe firm to give a pho
nographic concert each afternoon
by wireless. The machine will be
placed at the store in Rock Island
and heard by the visitors at the
Mercer county fair. ,
Chicago Livestock.
Chicago, Sept 14. Cattle, re
ceipts 12,000; good and choice
steers, steady to strong; several
loads 18.00; bulk 15.50 17.50;
grassy steers, steady, mostly 9.00
15.25; butcher cows 6.50 12.75;
steady; canners strong,' 4.254.75;
bologna bulls, strong, 6.007.00;
calves 25c to 50c higher; choice
vealers mostly 17.00 18.00; stack
ers and feeders steady; range cat
tle, scarce; market steady.
Hogs, receipts 17,000; generally
25c to 35c higher; packing grades
advanced most; top 17.30; bulk
light and butchers 16.5017.25;
bulk packing sows 15.25 15.75;
pigs 25c to 50c higher.
Sheep, receipts 17,000; fat lambs
25c to 50c higher; early top na
tive 13.75; top westerns 14.25;
feeder lambs held higher; bulk
good and choice 13.50 13.75; sheep
strong; fat ewes 7.00 down; year
lings higher; bulk 10.25 10.50.
Chicago Produce.
Sept 14, 1920.
Creamery extras' 56
Standards 53
Firsts 4754
Seconds 4346
Ordinaries 4547
Firsts 5152
- CHEESE ; ... ,.v ., ...
Twins 22
Young Americas ..26
Fowls .25
Ducks 29
Geese 24
Springs ..33
Turkeys 45
Roosters 23
Receipts 41 cars
Wisconsin-Minneosota . .$2.402.5Q
Jerseys $2.903.00
Early Ohios $2.35 2.50
Kansas City Cash Grain.
Kansas City, Mo., Sept 14.
Cash wheat 2c to 10c lower; No. 1
hard. 2.582.65; No. 2, 2.502.65;
No. 1 red, 2.67; No. 2 red, 2.66
Corn. 3c to 5c lower; No. 2 mixed,
1.27; No. 2 whKe, 1.3101.32; No. 2
yellow, 1.291.30.
Oats, c to lc lower; No. 2 white,
64c; No. 2 mixed. 64 65c
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' Candidate for Clerk of Supreme Court,
: Democratic ticket.'
Ber. A. K. TalUs Expires ka.
ovncu ib najer IB BCatSt
.. Harbor Chorea, .
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Rev. A. K. Tullls, formerly-,
tor of the Viola Methodist etam
died in Benton Harbor, Mich, R!
day morning. Death came M tat
aged minister knelt in his pew k
the First Methodist church at Bea
ton Harbor at the Sunday norata,
service. .
Rev. Tullis, who was 84 res
old, filled the pulpit t ths VW
Methodist church about fifteen raui
ago. Only three weeks ago he
visiting in Viola and preached at
the Sunday service while there. Hi
also preached at Geneseo a ft
weeks ago, where he foroerty &
cupied the pulpit t
He was with his daughter sal
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. N.Rtet
when called in death. Dr. TsUii
was a member of the Central mi.'i
dims conierence oi tne Methodist
Episcopal church for more thaiih
ty years. He was snDeranmati
about six years ago, preachiBf bis
ccuicumu Brrmou at Minonk. Tor
the past 10 years, followin ft.
death of his wife, he had reside!
wua ms aaugmer in tsenton Har
bor. ' He is survived by two other
daughters, Mrs. Bertha Terry of
Viola and Mrs. Minnie Way of Chi. '
cago. He was buried in Benton
Harbor Monday afternoon.
Fallerans post No. 121 of th
American Legion has one of ths
most interesting exhibits on th
fair grounds. This exhibit which
will be in charge of Fred Bibcock,
a veteran of the World war, con
sists of a large number of tro
phies brought home by the various
fighters of this county, who wen
in France. Another tent, pat sp
by the American Legion on ths
grounds which attracts a great
many people. Is in .charge of Jest
Watson. The attraction at this
tent is the incomparable "hot dogs
which are served. A number of
former bash slingers are to sent
meals and quick lunches at ths
Thn annual Suez cnmmnnftT fair
by the farmers of that township
is scheduled to be held on Oct 2.
The fair is only of one day's dura
tion, but this year a special intro
ductory event, consisting of a base
ball . game between Burgess and
New Windsor, for a purse of $154,
will be held on the day previous.
On the) day of the fair a big horse
shoe pitching contest superintend
ed by W. O. Spear will be new.
fSnmrdlaB'B Sale.
State of TlUnois. County of Bock Island. I
Br virtue of a decretal order ol U
Ppnh.b Cnnrt of fiaid Cnuntr. eDtered i
the Ancust Tens of said Court. A. D. 1930.
on the application of John H. Taylor,
guardian of Robert P. Taylor, minor,
.it lha fnilnwinr described real estate. 1
lrmyinc to said minor, situate ia lh
County of Bock bland. State ot Elmo
Lot 11 in that part of the City of Bo
Island known as and called J. D. Taylors
Addition to said city. .
I shall, on the 15th day of October, a.
p. 1920. at the south door of the Corny
Court House, in the City of Ro Wart
in the County and State aforesaid, at U
hour of 11 a. m.. eeil all the Interest
said Minor, in and to the said real sews
at public vendue.
Terms ot sale: Cash.
Guardian for Robert F. Taylor.
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