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fHE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, 3IDNDAY, ATTGTJST 5, igi2.
Stat or Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court of said countv.
To the September term. A. D. 1S12. In
Chancery. Chancery Bill for Relief.
General No. S30S.
George A. Lyon, trustee In "bankrupt
cy of the estate of Joslan L. Robinson,
complainant, vs. Joslah L. Robinson,
Ada Utone RoMnson. Fred J. Kraft, Mu
tual Wheel company, a corporation: I
fi. Willis, trumw in bankruptcy of the
state of the Roblnson-Mlller company,
a corporation; Wiiilam E. Fry. trustee
In bankruptcy of the Robinson Manu
facturing company. a corporation;
Krank U. Keys. Cary R. Crawlord. and
George Xlc.Master. a'-fendar.is
To the above named defendants.
Frank H. Keys and Cary R. Crawford
.Notice is nernov given 10 you ana
each of you. that the above named cow.
plaJnant has filed in said court, in said
cause, an affidavit that you are non
resident) of the. state of Illinois. That
lie has also filed in said court, in said
cause, a second amended bill of com
plaint against all the original parties
to said cause, and as his second supple
mental bill thereto, bringing: as new
parties defendant In said cause, you. the
said F'rank H. Keys and Cary R. Craw
ford and said Denrne Mi-Master. That
a summon in chancery has been Issued
In said cause bv the clerk of said court
against you. said f'rank H. Keys and
Cary R. Crawford, defendants, directed
to the sheriff of said county of Rock
Itlar.d. to execute, returnable to the
next term of said court, to be be gain and
holden at the court house In the city of
Rock Island, tn said county, on the third
Monday of September. 1M2. at winch
time and place you and cacti of you will
appear and plead, answer or demur to
said amended bill of complaint.
Dat'd at Rock Island, 111., this 24th
day of July. t.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
flerk of Said "ourt.
Rowcrsock. Hall A- Hook: Jackson,
Huret & Stafford, solicitors for cum'
olce of Pabllratloa.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court, September term.
11MJ. In Chancery.
Albert E. tihugren. Joseph E. Shogren.
I'eter N. fchogrn. Esther N. Carlsotiarid
Helen C Sii"grer complainants, vs.
Earl II. LuiiriKren, Evelyn Lundgren,
'la!r I.undgrt n. I war Lundgren. and
entral Trust Savings Lank of Rock
Inland. 111. uefenuaiits.
Athilavit ot ncn resid nc- of Earl H
I.undirren. Eveivn I.undcren. Clair
Lundnn and i .'''.ir I.uudgrcn. lmpl"ud-
d with Hi' al'M- detemiunt. Central
TruM w r-HVirnrs I'.ur.k of Ku' k Island.
III.. having b-.-n n. .-d In the clerk's of
fice of the ciicij.t court of said county,
notice is therefore hereby riven to ti e
said i.or.-reaidcrit defendants that tne
complainants filed their bill of com
plaint in anl court, on the chancery
side thereof, on the li.'.th day of July,
lJl'l. and tnat tr.ereupoti a s immous is
Hueii out of -aid court. herein said Hint
in riow pending returnable on the tlurd
Monday in the month of September
next, as Is bv law retjulred.
Now, unies- you. the said non-resident
defendants above named. Earl II. Lund
rren. Evelyn l.undureii. ''lair Lundgren
arid 'Mcar l.undren. shall personally e
and appear b-forc said circiii court, on
t ue tirsi l,iy of ttte n.-xt term thereof, to;
be hold, ii at It"' k Island In
na lor i
sa.d county, on tne third .Mor.dny in
September next, and plcMd. answer or
demur to th said complainant's bill of
oriiplalnt. tio .-amc and the matters
and tMiiKS therein ch: r:.-d and i-ta'cd
will he taken i-oii t .-.-.jo-fl, and a de
cree entered iiKntnt you according to
tne prayer of .imi bill.
OEfiKGE W GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Island. 111.. July 23. 1912.
Jackson. Il'irst & Stafford, complain
Northern Steamboat Co.
Jnonl Ynnr Vncatinn nn
apCnil lOUr JCailOn On
the ScCnic la"d and Bla,e of Illinois, did on the i Amid acclamation the ship receives
... . . . 2!nh day of July, A. V., 1912, file with Its baptism and. whether for weal or
Upper MISSISSIPPI KlVer the clerk of the circuit court of said i woe. takes to its element. Still help
county a certain petition for the elec-1 less, though. Irs motive power lacking,
THE FINEST TK11' IN THE WOULD tion of a mayor to succeed Harry M. It is afterward moored to the works
; Kchriver, the present incumbent of j wharf under a l."0 ton titan crane.
From Kock Island to St. Paul lsil'J office together with the objec- whereby its boilers twenty-tive of
O.N THE ISIG kll)K WHEEL
Commencing June 1, leaves Rock
Island every Saturday at 3 p. ni.
Take a pleasant short trio to Clio-
ton, rt'luruiutc un the I. & I. railway.
STEAMER HELEN BLAIR
Leaves for Muscatine and Burling
ton every Monday, Wednesday and
Kriday ut 4 p. ui.
Making connections at Burlington
tor It. Madison, Keokuk
Uum and Quincy.
R.W. LSMONT, Aaenl
W. A. BLAIR, Gen. Mgr.
Office foot Nineteenth street
Telephone West 188.
Delicious Summer Food
Our rich and nourishing ice
cream is to the dainty palate.
It is made from high-grade ma
terial and proves sufficient for
a luncheon or supper to children
or to thot-e who enjoy a dish
of this dolightful and refresh
ing food in any uavor desired
mapleuut, vanilla, strawberry,
1716-1718 Seco't I Avenua.
I'bune Went 150.
All the news all the time The
SXl THE 1900" GRAVITY WASHER
BIG SKIP BUILDING
The Planning and Constructing
of an Ocean Liner.
Building a modern ocean liner Is an
Interesting and complicated operation.
The ship's plan is first prepared In
sections from owners' specifications, on j Thousands of wooden piles, about thir
a scale of a quarter or half an inch to j- ienrth have been driven by
the foot. One set of drawings, called ;
K .. uKu.v a m r,l m n rf thu I
the "sheer draft," is a plan of the
hlr. m-.-nrlr without
the plates, the internal deck, bulkhead
and hold arrangements being indicated
by a series of detailed drawings.
Follows then the experimental stage.
A wooden block or casting of paraffin
wax is first made to scale from the
ship s plans and tested in a large tank J
nbout X feet In length and eight feet i
deep. The model, weighted to the load
line, is towed to and fro by an over-
Whereas, The city clerk of the city
of Rock Island, county of Rock Island
and state of Illinois, did on the 29th
day of July A. D. 1912. file with the
clerk of the circuit court of said coun
ty a certain petition for the election
of a commissioner to succeed Archie
Hart, the present incumbent of said
office together with the objections of
said Archie Hart to said petition, and
whereas the undersigned forthwith pre
sented said petition and objections to
the Hon. Emery C. Graves, one of the
judges of the 14th judicial circuit of
the state of Illinois and one of the
judges of the circuit court of Rock
Island county who endorsed there
on the date of said petition and ob
jections were presented to him and also
the day and hour when and the place
where he would hear the same, towit:
on the Eighth (8th) day of August, A.
D. 1912, at the hour of 9 o'clock a.
ru. in the circuit court room in the
court house in the city of Rock Island,
111., and ordered that the clerk of said
court give five (5) days notice there-!"'"
of in some daily, secular newspaper
published within the city of Rock
N'otice ik thprpfore hpfehv clvpn I
that thP hearin nf said nation and i
! nhiertlnnn thprelft Rfl filed and nrp.
Rented as aforesaid will be had in the
circuit court room at the court house i
in the citv of Rock Island at 9 o'clock, Ia ,ue ''Hng of a modern liner over
on the Eighth (8th) day of August A. ! .. rits re used. Each joint
D. 1912. at which time and place all ! is rendered water tight by calking,
persons interested may appear. ! The "ter slle11 finished and the ln
GEORGE W. GAMBLE, iBide work far advanced, the builders
Clerk of the circuit court In and forturu tneir attention to the problem of
the county of Rock Island, 111. j the Iaunch- the weiSht of ue vesf at
Diited Rock Island. Ilinoia July 31. ! this Pint ,n, the,.ktTl blCkS b!g
, jr.JO .
v hereas. The city clerk of the city ,
f Kot.k l6land county of Rock Is-
tions of baid Harry M. Schriver to them are lowered into the abyss of
said petition, and whereas the under- j the hold atid a multitude of fittings
signed forthwith presented said peti- ronneetcd with the engines,
tion and objections to the Hon. Emery j Dwarfing all else for size come
C Graves, one of the judges of the 14th ! next the four funnels, towering 150
judicial circuit of the state of Illinois, ' fet above keel level aud large enough
cud oue of the judges of the!f'r two trauicars to be drawn tbrotigu
circuit court of Rock Island coun-1 abreast These are fixed on the pi
ty who endorsed thereon the date said pan tic "uptakes." connecting with the
petition and objections were present- jlioilers by a network of Cues,
t-d to him and also endorsed thereon A hoist of auxiliary machinery for
!the day and hour aud tne place where i lighting, ventilating, pumping and
i h"1 would hear the same, towit: on the
l.th day of August. A. D., 1912, at the ; wnger lifts, is being instilled at the
hour of 9 o'clock a. m., in the circuit i i.nne time as a swarm of men work
court room in the court house in theiay nnd night on the internal decora
city of Rock Island, 111., and ordered I tions. Electricians encircle the ship
that the clerk of said court give five wi!h a girdle of light and install a
(?) days notice tbertxif in some daily, i telephone and electric call service with
secular newspaper published within ;D0o stations.
the city of Kock Island. ' In the chart room is fitted a wonder-
Notice is therefore hereby given ' fni clock, which controls, synchronic
that the huarlnz of said Detition and I rally, fiftv other clocks in different
j objections thereto, so filed and pre-
sented as aforesaid will be had in tho
circuit court room at the court house
in the city of Rock Island at 9 o'clock :Tln?u. nt last, after many months of
on the eighth (Stb) day of August, A. ;toll. comes the welcome day when the
D. 1912, at which time and place all pr-at ship, pride of her builders, sail
persons interested may appear. ; forth upon Its trial trip. London AsV
GEORGE W. GAMBLE, ;wers.
Clerk of the circuit court in and forj
the county of Rock Island, 111. Opponents think that they refute trs
Dated Rock Island, III. July 31, "hen they repeat their own opinions
1912. and take no notice of ours.-Ooeth
The easiest running washing machine on the market without excep
tion. ' Washes the finest fabrics without tearing. Different from all otbe
ers. Absolutely guaranteed.
Allen. Afvers & Company
head traverser at varying speeds.
Delicate instruments register the ex
act "pull the displacement, the stabil
ity and a host of other information.
Th .nru nt the model is altered
again and again, pieces being shaved Adelheide Lucan to Charles Erick
off here and others there. The final re- son, part lot 15. block 1. Alday's Third
cnii, re rsrefullv tabulated, and from
this ship In embryo the builders com
plete their plans.
Inside the central shed. 250 yards
' long and ir-0 feet In height, the ship's
tenh ha8 meantime la-en prepared.
pile drivers deep into the ground. On
these are laid huge beams and the
Coor completed with stout planks.
Then in the center the keel blocks, sur
mounted by oak caps in groups of five,
are asseuibied on a falling gradient to
the river of about half an inch a foot.
All is now ready for the reception of
keel. This the back-
hip is of huge strength.
measuring four feet across, and is three
and a quarter Inches thick. Parallel
with the keel, but above it and attach
ed by angle bars, is the central girder,
five feet high, the space between form
ing the double bottom. On each side,
at regular distances running length
wise, are seven other girders, the out-
er one called the ..marirm piate.
The water tight chambers are formed
by vertical partitions of plates extend
ing above and beneath the floors up to
the margin plate on each side.
After the great cast steel stern frame
and the stem bar for the bows have
been attached the plating begins. The
steel strips of varying sizes, but av
eraging thirty-four feet in length and
about three tons In weight each, which
form the skin of the ship, are laid on
in strakes like the bricks in a wait.
Fitting these strakes tthe shape of a
ship is a critical bnstness. A thia
wooden pattern or template Is first
prepared for each plate and clamped
in position on the ship's side. Wit
minute care every detail is marked oi
It the size and shape, the overlap anft
the rivet holes.
It is then transferred to its proto
type, the Kteel plate, which is cut.
punched and bent by wonderful ma
chinery that slices steel strips, punches
easily nuu viraui.v aa iuuuu int.- ma
terial were paper. Nimble traveling
cranes on gantries under the roof pick
up the huge plates when ready and
convey them to their appointed place,
nere me uyurauiic- riveter a uie-
!,:. . .! -.ih wiotii.iu forcn
rapidity drives each rivet home.
Iolliei uilifc lac w,w ivua. luc
launcuing ways. Sloping geuiiy o tue
water, are prepared, and cradles, fore
nnd aft. to guide the ship, are erected
with huge wooden beams, the whole
being finally lubricated by tallow and
1 Mooring the ship, as well as the pas
'parts of the ship. The lofty Marconi
tunt is linkeS up with the mysterious
' I'isfriiiiients iu the wireless cabin.
I Realty Changes
aaait,on, hock lsiana. jiwu.
Esther S. EellB. et al.. to Henry P.
Stapley, lot 9. block 1. Smalley's Sec
ond sub-division, lot 5. southwest quar
ter, section 2, 17, 2w, $350.
Alma A. Peterson to Laura M. Tim
merman, lot 3. block 4. ntts, Gilbert
& Pitts' addition. Moline, $3,000.
Elmira B. Johnson to Mary B. Burk
hart, part north half, northwest frac
t'onal quarter, section 17. 19, lw, $10.
Clarence M. Bills to Henry Stone
berg, lots 23. 24. 23. 32, 34 and 35,
Adamsville addition, Milan: also lot
11. ' block 2, William Dickson's ' addi
tion. Milan, $1.
Simeon Roberts to Leander Rltchey, i
lots 3 to 8, block 8, village of Andalu
Peter N. Fuhrmald to Fred L. Wag
ner, part lot 4. block 5, Hilt's addition.
Rock Island, $570.
Lillian E. Parsons to Martha Stone
berg, lot 22, block 121, city of East Mo
THRIFT OF THE SWISS.
Hard and Perilous Work of th Hay
makers of tho Alps.
The thrift of the Swiss turns every
bit of ground in the Alps to the best
account. If a few square yards can
anywhere be made or reclaimed the
requisite labor is not grudged.
The farmer makes the very soil. He
builds terraces along steep inclines,
lines them with blocks of stone and
then packs the earth on them. Thus
he transforms the mountain and the
rock into a little patch, where he
plants a vine or raises oats or corn.
Along the edge of precipices the peas
ant haymaker goes in search of grass,
clinging to the rock with iron clamp
ers on his feet. lie hangs on the sides
of the cliffs which imprison the valley
and mows down a few tufts of grass
on craggy shelves here and there.
His scythe on his shoulder, armed
with his iron shod stick, provided with
his clamp irons, a cloth or net rolled
up in his bag, he sets out at midnight
in order that the dawn may find him
at work. During the two months of
hay harvest he goes down to the vil
lage only three or four times to renew
his supply of food. By this hard and
perilous occupation an Alpine mower
makes from 3 to 5 francs a day, his
food not included, and many times un
der some projecting rock he must seek
a bed and pass the night.
Once dried the wild hay is carefully
gathered into a cloth or net and car
ried down to the first little plain,
where it can lie made into a stack,
which is weighted down with large
stones to prevent its being blown
In the winter, when everything is
covered with snow, the mower climbs
again the mountain, carrying .a little
wooden sledge on his shoulders. He
loads it with hay. seats himself in
front and shoots down with the swift
ness of an arrow. Thus the hay crop
of the Alps is brought In. New York
PATENTS IN GERMANY.
Thera Inventors Are Looked Upon as
Teachers to tho Nation.
In Germany a patent is regarded to
be equivalent to a promotion of na
tional knowledge by the disclosure of
a heretofore unknown art. writes H.
F. Wertheimcr In Paper. The inventor
is judged to be some kind of teacher
to the nation: therefore the patent
office does in no way care for the real
father of au invention. To the first
applicant Is allowed the patent, and
luck of first and true inventorship does
not invalidate or bar the grant of a
patent unless the invention has been
fraudulently obtained or stolen. If
the person from whom a patent has
been stolen flies an opposition at the
proper time or starts an annulling suit
against the granted patent. the patent
is refused or annulled. Moreover, un
der certain conditions a fraudulent
patentee may be compelled by a law
suit to assign the patent or even the
patent application to the rightful
This broad principle regulates easily
the status of persons who have actual
ly carried out the invention previous
to a patent application by another, as
well as the question of interfering ap
plications. Such persons are not af
fected by the patent, for they have not
been instructed by the inventor. In
other words, they have not derived
any new or useful knowledge by the
disclosure of the patent; therefore
they have a legal right to use the pat
ent for their own business, bat this
right can only be assigned to others,
together with the transfer of their
whole business. In other terms, they
are entitled to a limited free license.
Infringement suits are relatively
rare and by no means so frequent as
in the United States. Furthermore,
they are considerably less expensive.
Ozone and Air Sewage.
Ozone is a particularly active or con
centrated form of oxygen. One mole
cule of oxygen contains two atoms; a
molecule of czone contains three atoms.
As only two atoms of oxygen balance
harmoniously in a molecule when there
are three of them together In a mole
cule the third atom will cut loose and
seek a union elsewhere. The oxygen
atom has a remarkable affinity for car
bon, of which decaying organic matter
ia common form, and as the great et
pnrt of the organic matter in the air is
iu process of de;ay the third atom at
once attacks and oxidizes it. burning
it up. Cassier's Magazine.
A Funny Misprint.
One ot the most ludicrous announce
ments thM ever atioeared rierhsDs was
made by a London newspaper in the j
earlier half of the last century to
effect that Sir Rol?rt Peel "and a par
ty of fiends were shooting peasants
Ireland." The words misprinted,
course, were "friend- and "pheas-
Daily United States Weather Map
3c b-J WTFo? i7-
I ST J & I V
Tt?i?Toi-ons. seventT-flfth mo
fL.n "716' Air pressure reduced to sen leveL
'..k !' Pressure. Isotherms (dotted lines)
passthrouBh points of equal temperature" draw
only for lero, freealag. 90. nd ioo.
O lr; O panly cloudy; Q cloudy:
rsln; 0 snow; report missing.
A"!" with the wind. First ngures. lowest
f orinch1 12,bours: MDd- Precibttstlon
mZ wIndT'elotfrVf0' PaSt 24 bours: third' m"!"
Showers tonisrht or Tuesday. Warmer tonight.
Showers in the territory from tho
Canadian northwest southeastward to
Iowa and Minnesota have attended an
area of low pressure that is central
over Saskatchewan. Areas of relatively
low pressure that oberlie the gulf of
Mexico and the southern plateau sec
tions and California have also been ac
companied by showers in the west
gulf and south Atlantic districts. The
high that was Saturday over Mani
toba has moved slowly eastward and
this morning covers the country from
the Mississippi valley to the middle
Atlantic coast. The continued east
ward advance of the high and approach
of the northwestern low will be at
tended by showers in this vicinity to
(By wire from E. W. Wagner & Co..
Grain, Provisions, Stocks and Cotton.
Local offices at Rock Island house, Rock
Island. 111. Chicago oOlce, 98-99-100,
Board of Trade. Local telephones. No.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
September, 92, 93, 91, 92.
December, 93. 94Vs, 02. 93.
May, 97. 97, 96, 9C.
September, 6714, 67, 65, 66.
December, 5CV8, 56, 56, 56Vi.
May, 57V. 57, 56, 56.
September, 31, 31, 30. 31.
December, 32, 327,b 32. 32V4.
May, 35, 35, 34. 34.
September, 17.92, 17.92, 17.75, 17.82.
October, 18.05, 18.05, 17.87, 17.95.
January, 18.62, 18.70, 18.50, 1S.57.
September, 10.60, 10.60, 10.55, 10.57.
October, 10.72. 10.72, 10.62, 10.65.
September, 10.60, 10.60, 10.52, 10.55.
October, 10.55, 10.55, 10.50, 10.50.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r 100g 103',i, No. 3 r
97101, No. 2 h 9395, No. 3 h S1U
!.., - , ... v- o
102 107, No. 3 ns 101 105, No. 2 s 98
70$, No. 3 s 96 104, No. 4 s 92
Corn No. 2 73!i74, No. 2 w 74
75, No. 2 y 7474, No. 3 72
73. No. 3 w 74Vi74, No. 3 y 73 Vi
73',i. No. 4 y 72 73.
Oats No. 2 w 51 52. No. 3 w 44
50, standard 46. No. 2 w new 33 '4 !
3o. No. 3 new ou, fto. 4 w new W
.o. 4 new ju, siauuaru new j
Wheat 122 91
Corn 283 87
Oats 245 140
To- Last. Last
day Week. Year
Minneapolis 195 83 211
Duluth 5 10
Winnipeg 81 103
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
ii.. ti.o. ui.iHi.i- uio.
ay 2,609,000 1,278,000 '
, ,.r,.-ft -., !
r C61 000 209,000 1
Year ago 448,000
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs, 35,000; leftover, 3,515: strong.
Light, 7.808.45; mixed, 7.358.40;
heavy, 7.20 8.25; rough, 7.20 7.40.
Cattle, 22.000; 10c lower.
sneep, zb.ww; steady. j
Nine O'clock Market. '
1 7.45; Yorkers. 8.408.50.
J Cattle weak to 10c lower.
th xiogs, 8iow ; sc nigner. iip lu, lo i"5 uvwuc- .viurjti(j i anenu rur pre?nis xo tie subscr.bea by its trii
lBB t ... 1 th nurruMf! nf hivinir the ,nu n ,l a.. a ... ' r
ouiK, i.ivbwi, mixea, . . )u.,ed. Ail person, indebted to said 1 to be hereunto affixed thla 17 th dai
la 'es.ou; pigs, o.ou'go.z't; neavy, l.zoa I rejuemtu iu mane immeaiateioi juiy, a. it. iiz
1 , - .. . I oayment to the undersigned. I ROOK ISI.AVh civivr.i diw
ofis.au. gooa, .aig5.ou; rougn, i.tay, iated 2nd day of July. A. D. 1912. Uv u s 7-wi- w..!VT
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
W1LUS L. MOORE.
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i So rV'' -s.ri'i 1
ROCK ISLAND. 1) AVKNl'OKT, MO LINE AND V1C1N1T1'.
night or Tuesday and
High. Low. Prep.
Atlantic City 70 58 .00
Boston 68 .00
Buffalo 64 54 .00
Rock Island 72 54 .00
Denver 90 5S .00
Jacksonville 84 70 .52
Kansas City 76 58 .00
New Orleans 84 72 .00
New York 76 58 .00
Norfolk . CS 62 .36
St. Louis 72 5S .00
St. Paul 72 5S .00
San Diego 72 56 .00
San Francisco 74 50 .00
Seattle 68 58 .00
5.759.85; stockers, 4.906.80; Tex -
ans. 4.906.80; cows, 2.70(8.35;
westerns, 5.75 7.90; calves, 6.50
Sheep steady to 10c lower. Natives,
3.25Q4.75; lambs, 4.507.60; westerns,
3.504.60; lambs, 4.507.75.
Close of Market.
Hogs 10c up. Bulk, 7.808.35;
light, 7.90 8.60; mixed, 7.50 S.55;
heavy. 7.30S.37; rough, 7.307.50.
Cattle slow aad weak. Top, 9.S5.
Sheep, weak. Lambs, weak. Top,
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City ...... . 6,000 1,700 7.0U0
Omaha 3,900 4,100 10,400
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Chicago 17,000 5,000 26,0u0
NEW YORK 'STOCKS.
New York, Aug. 5. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific 171
U. S. Steel preferred 112
V. S. Steel common 71
Reading ". 167
Rock Island common 25
I" ," T, . ' "l
Southern Pacific 112
iNew York Central 117a
.Missouri Pacific 3s
Louisville & Nashville
Canadian Pacific ,
. 36 Vi
('hosapeake & Ohio .
l'rooklyn Rapid Transit
hul'imore & Ohio
Sale of Krai Katale.
Estate of Mary L.. Sudlow. deceased.
j iic uiiuci iH ntu naving been ap
pointed executor or the last will and
tfhtament of Mary L. Hudlow. late r
33 ; the county of Kock Island, .state ot IIli
.....iiiols. deceased, hereby gtv notl mat
"rie will appear befohe the ilou. Henja,
I mm BelL judge or It.n prohite court of
laluml ..-.... ... . .
....iii i court room, in the city of Kock isiami
303 j at the September term, on tne iirs-t ami-
ro.ida' in t""Ptemer next, at which ti-no
bJ ail persons havir.g claims ugal.-m: a)li
I estate are notified and requested to at-
I lAml fft ffli. e.t, m...... . , k.
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injufif a. aii persons Iii'lt bU d to ,ud
"late are requestea to make imu.eiiiato
payment to the undersigned.
Uated 6th day of July A D 1912
HUGH E. CUKTIa." Executor
Estate nt William Worth, deceased.
Ths utirtercijjiitd having been ap
pointed executrix of the last will and
testament of William Worth, late of the
county of Kock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that she
ne will appear before the Hon. Kenja
Bell. judge of the probate court of Hock
Island county, at the probate court
room, in th city of Kock Island, at m
September term, on the first Monday in
Sptem!er next, at which time ail per
sons having claims against said estate
McEnlry Sc McEnlry, solicitors.
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Yellowstone Park . . .
Flood. Height. Chng.
St. Paul 14 1.0 0.4"
Red Wing 14 1.6 0.2
Reed's Unnding 12 1.6 0.3
La Crosse 12 2.6 0.3
Lansing 18 3.1 0.2
Prairie dtt Chien ...IS 5.4 xl.3
Dubuque 18 6.2 x0.7
Le Claire 10 2.6 x0.3
Rock Island . ., 13 4.5 x0.4
The Mississippi will continue to rise
at about the present rate from Clin
ton to Muscatine.
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
1 St. Paul 107
Lehigh Valley 171 Vi
Republic Steel, common 28
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Aug. 5. Following are the whole
sale quotations on the local market
Butter Dairy, 27c; creamery. 80o
Egis, 22 c.
Potatoes, 11.40 to $1.60.
Clover hay. $15 to $16.
Cabbage, 5c head.
Onions, 30c peck.
Feed and Fuel.
Forage Timothy hay, $15 to $16.
Wild hay, $14 to $15.
Corn, 60c to 65c.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c: slack,
All the news all the time The Argus.
Estate of Maria HuesluK, deceased.
The undersign! d having been ap
point, d executrix of the last will and
tf-stament of Maria HutPlng, lute of the
county of Rock Inland, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that she
will appear lieiore tlie lion. Benjamin
Bell. JudKJ of tlie prohate court of Hock
Island co'.itity. at the probate court
room, in the city of Rock Island, at
the t-'i ptemher term, on the first lion,
day in September next, at which time
all persons hnvinif claims against said
estate are notifli-d and requested to at
tend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons Indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Uated 11th day of July, A. D..1A12.
ANNA HI KSINO. Executrix.
Estate of Charles Strupp, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap-point-d
executrix of the last will and
testament of Charles Strupp, late of
'he county of Kock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
tiiat she will appear before the probate
court of Hock inland county, at the pro
bate, court room. In the city of Rock
lalaml, at Die September term, on the
first Monday in S-ptembei 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 cMate are requested to
make immediate payment to the un
der.iiKiied. Ialud IhU lSth day of July, A. D.
1'JU. MAHTHA A. UECK.
Walker. Ingram & Sweeney, attor
OHice of Rock l:and Havings bank,
Rock Inland, Illinois.
To whom It may concern Notice Is
hereby given tiiat at a special meetlnc
nwnuumcn ui m jsiana Bai
! :r' .'::inlV hel? ,'",r that purpose t
u" ,,tn ot July- A- D. Xl12. pu
suant to notice required by law, tl
,a'"li'' ,fk "f Ro'k Ilnd Sa
I iriKS liank was increased from oi
of the stockholders of Kock Island Sav
hundred thousajid dollars ( f 100,009.00)
timid shares of tlie par value of 1100.00
ta'-h; to two hundred thousand dollars
(IJ'iO.oO'iOOi 12.000 shares of the par
value f $100.0') each), and a certificate
of Huch change verified by the affidavit
f the president and under the seal of
the corporation has been flied in th
office of tlie Auditor of the state of Illi
nois, and a line certificate has beer
filed for record in the office of the re
corder of deeds of the county of Rock
Island and state of Illinois.
In Witness Whereof the said Rncl,
Island Savings bank has caused thes
A. J. Llndstrom. Ciihiir
If.orporate Seal I
Jackson, Hurst Sc Stafford, attorneys.
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