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THE HOCK ISLAND ARGUS WKDXKSDAY. APRIL 8. 1014.
14 TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS - Local and Forcian Chicajro and New York markets fur nihd by K. W. Wagner Co.. nirtn bera Chicago Board of Trade: rraln. provisions, stocks and cotton; private w1r to a'l financial center. Corre- pendent a on the New York Stock and Cotton Exchanges. Trl-City office In suite 309. Beat building. Phone Rock Island 330. P. J. McCORMICK, Manager. Chicago Markets II a--- - "vTa eat Open. High. Ixw. Close May 90i M", 90.-A July SSS 6 A Sep S $6 S6 S6'4A Corn May 68T, 69". 6Si 69H-A July 6S C9i S 68i-B Sep. 6SS 69 6?, 6SN-B Oata May 39i 39 s, 3 ST 39V4-A July 397. 40 39'4 39H-D Sep. 3Si, 3Si 38W SShi Pork May 20.85 21.00 20.82 20.97-A July 20.90 21.05 20.87 21.05 Lard May 10.55 10.62 10 52 10.55-B July 10.73 10.SO 10 7010.75 Ribs May 1115 11-20 11.15 11.17 July 11-32 11.37 11.30 11.37-A Chicago Cash Grain. Wheat No. 2 r. 82i 93a : No. 3 r. Cattle, 9.000; strong to 10 up. Sheep 25.000; 10 to 15 lower. Nine O'clock Market. Hog strong to 6 up. Mixed 8. CO S.90; Good 8 6608.87; Hough 8.46tfj S60; Utctt S.70QS.90; Pigs 7.1008.75; Bulk S.75QS.85. Estimated Hogs 17.000; cattle 4.000; sheep 15.000. Cattle 10315 higher. Beeves 7.10'?? 960; Blockers 6.50f 8.25; calves 8.35? 10.60; cows 3 75S.35; Texans 6.50G S.40. Sheep steady to 10 up. 4. 00-36.75; lambs 5.758820. Closing Market. Hogs steady at early prices; 6c high er than yesterday's arerage. Mixed 8.602 S.90. pood 8.6505.87. rough S.43 08 60. light S.7PSS.90. Cattle 10c up. Sheep strong. Southwest Receipts. Hogs. Cattle. Sheep. Kansas City 7.500 3,000 8,000 Omaha 8,000 2.800 3,800 Local Markets J April 8. Fllowlng are the whole sale quotations en the local market today: Butter, Eggs and Cheese. Eggs, per dozen 18c Butter, dairy, pound ......23c Butter, creamery, pound 27c Vegetables Parsley, bunch Cucumbers, hot house . Lettuce, pound Potatoes, busbei Cabbage, pound, new . , P.ed onions, pound .... i em II H n in inn nnnril 91i92H; No. 2 h, 9'sTi91: No. 3 h. !WH90: No. 1 r.s. 94i: No. 2 n. &3Q94: No. 3 nt. S2ii'j3: No. 4 ns. R9 5 91; No. 2 s. 93tS94; No. 3 s, i2fj93; No. 4 s. S93 91: No. 1 vc, 92.;3924: No. 2 tc. 9iv,fj92; No. 3 vc, 91; No. 1 durum. 91'92: No. 2 durum, 90 r 91: No. 3 durum, &9ft9'. Torn No. 2. Cft 7": No. 3 w. .m, No. 2 v. 70: No. 3. GT?7; No 3 6i,'SC91: No. 3 y, f8Ti7: No. 4 y, C7'40eS; No. 4 w. :: No. 4 y, K,'i C7,. No 3 w. 31fi4..': No. 4 . 39t Hens . A.r . -v.. i i, standard.! 15 -rlrK Vr--. - . . ' . - ' 40. Liverpool Cabies. Wheat opened off; closed uu-j changed to ' off. ; Silver Salmon Corn opened ' up: U-fi uncliang-; porch ed to up. Halibut, fresh Chicago Receipts. Yellow I'ik . Today. Contract. 1 Pickerel Chesapeake & Ohio 53 Brooklyn Rapid Transit 92s Baltimore & Ohio MS Atchison i7 American locomotive 34 Sugar loin, St. Paul 101 Copper 76 Lehigh Valley 145 Republic Steel common 23? WAGNER'S REVIEW J Drift of the Weather. Illinois Fair tonight; colder in south; freezing; tomorrow fair with somewhat higher temperature. Missouri Fair tonight with freexing Thursday; fair, rising. Minnesota Fair tonight and Thurs day; slowly rising Thursday and in west tonight. Iowa Fair tonight and tomorrow; 6lowly rising temperature .Thursday In northwest. North and South Dakota, Fair to night and probably Thursday; rising. Nebraska Fair tonight and prob ably Thursday; rising Thursday and In north and west tonight. Kansas Fair In east and mostly cloudy In west tonight and Thursday; freezing tonight: rising Thursday and in west and central tonight. Morning Grain Letter. Chicago, April 8. Winter wheat nromlse is above expectation. Outside Butter, packing stock, pound 16c! wheat markets on Tuesday were half to 1 cent lower. Our wneat snouin 3c .10c12ttc 16c 78c 3c 4C bC i . - I CltUIllJ I Cairo 75c i Poultry. , OM cocks (scarce) 8c 13c scarce) ., Ducks tccarcei .............. j Turkeys Ocarce) ! ' Fish. break a cent today. Purchases should j be made on such a break. If wheat is j lower corn may be affected, but corn ! gossip tends to firmness. Interior 1111-1 nols and Iowa cash corn news indi- j cates current corn levels will at least j hold all week. Whether in 70 per cent i of grain belts in past 4S hours has j been cold and rainy. There Is more talk of very small corn receipts. Corn bulls are connden that Argentine Imports will not inter fere with their energy below 69 to 70 cents. Canadian farm operations are 13c J also late. Provision list should hold 18c i without trouble, as big western hog j runs should be completed. Our wheat reports of early week are perfect. L p SIMON & LANDATJER, COR. SECOND AND HARRISON, Davenport, la. ;!lL Here's the greatest showing of fine Clothes in Davenport THERE'S no two stores that can show you the variety of fine clothes that you will find here, the caliber of these clothes is readily apparent when you see their makers names; Yorkshire, Hart, Schaff ier & Marx, L. System and Ciothcrafr. The minute you look into this immense daylight room, you'll be convinced of the magnitude of S. & L. stocks. The finest productions ever shown (fc O C in suits and coats here at . . . VP-' Beautiful new weaves and fabrics in Domestic and imported fabrics- Suits designed along extreme English lines, with soft rolling lapels, with patch or plain pockets and sans padding. Sack Suits here for conservative dressers. Handsome colorings in Green, Blue, Grey, Tan, Brown, Tartans, Ghecks, Stripes. At $18. $20y $22.50 you'll find splendid displays here, every new fabric, model and color is represented in these lines. S. r L. Marvel Suits at $15 seta newpace for value giving. Ask to see the "Tropic" extreme light weight soft hat, in pearl, black, brown, at $5; other Stetsons. $3.50 to $10; S. & I Special Hats at $3; S. & L. Leader, $2.50 quality at $2. Great showing of Boy's Sjits at $5, $6.50, $7.50, $8.50, $10. Snappy, stylish, Norfolk Suits, with patch or plain pockets, box, knife or inverted plaits; peg trousers. ..14c I Corn 11 U hil Oats 13J 21 Norlhwcct Cars. To- Last Last day. week. year. Minneapolis 173 260 ?fiO rmluth 1S 31 2i Winnipeg 14 146 170 Chicago Estimates Tomorrow. Wheat 62 Torn 10S Oat 11S 12 ' Catfish . . 15 ! Bullheads -i-fj"c ' to P1"1 8 tixe condition looks 95. The 1 c i l""esent September and December corn . ( bpreau oi arouaa ceuis m iiui uimiui ....:. C j : i . . t . i , 7c ir,c 13c SHE HELPED SPEND THE MILLIONS OF MERCHANT PRINCE WHO IS NOW BANKRUPT nental railway was driven near the Ne- I miles east of Prince Rupert. The lint chaco river at Fort Fraser, B. C, 220 j will be ready for operation in August. Trout Flounders .He . 9c New York Stock Primary Movement. Receipts. Shipments Wheat today S13.0vo 720.000 Year ago 3OO.0OQ 3S6.0OU Corn today 8S1.00 1.2C5.VG0 Year ago 517.0 4&D.O00 Xew York, April 8. Followlns are the quotations on the stoc.'i market today: Cas Cnlon Pacific I". P. Steel preferred I". S. Steel common Reading Rock Irland preferred I Rock Island common I Southern Pacific New York Central Chicago Live Stock Opening Market. Hogs 22.000; left over, 5.000; steady at yesterday's average. Mixed 8.550 5.S3; good S. 606 8. 82; roueh 8.40 8.33; l!ffht 8.05-8 8.85. S ! Missouri Pacific Great Northern Northern Pacific Smelters Colorado Fuel & Iron Canadian Pacific .... Pennsylvania Krie ..123 . .15ST4 ..110, .. 62T ..1C5S . oV, 3i . S4S . 25, ..125 inn I Vpw VnrU train houst rlainis ! that no Argentine corn can arrive be fore May 16 and then it will cost con sumers in Xew York state 77 cents or nearly same as Chicago corn. The same report indicates that the later Argentine shipments will cost the in terior of New York state 72 to 74 cents per bushel. The Liverpool wheat price is only moderately lower on our report and their corn 1 firm. Corn and oats are In a dip buy position. Peoria reports wheat condition perfect in vast por tion of northwestern Illinois, south eastern Iowa and north central Iowa, farmers making; fast progress in farm work. Much plowing done. PETER PlNDArTS RUSE. It Enabled tha Astute Author to Driv a Giod Cargain. Some time about the bejrluninK of the U4t j nineteenth i-ntnry Peter Pindar (Dr. . .. . .. 21 i . . .200 . ..1104 ... 298s John Wolco'V drove a good bnrcnin With the publishers. Kobtnson & Vtlkcr. While negotiations wer under way the author developed an attack of asthma, which was always at its Daily United States Weather Map U. S. Department of Agriculture. WFATHRP BUREAU. rzn l " ' - 7alr tonight and Thursday; tlowly rising- temperature. xil;anatorvjoteb. Afeaametan fekan si I a. ra.. nth marldUo flmo. Air rrMniro redncl to sea level. Itotwrs feontlBaotu llfiM) nam thmnrh Minn f oqual Hx proeaor. IaoUTms loWd Uonl pus Uirougb polau of qaml uoptrttan; drssn only fur aero, freeztne. yo". sod loo3. OdNi; O Prt! reload 7; O cloudy: UO ma: mnow; M nport dMbi. Arrows Bf wim tbe wind. I'ltil flsures. lowrii (4 aprstara put U hoars; saouod. praclptuttoa of XII aca or mora for past M boon: Uilid. maximum wind valoclty. n iwa .tw j .... A , . . HvT-:V LEGAL. Aotice o( 1'ubllt-atlun. Devore N. Simonson, attorney, state of Illinois, Kutkt Island Coun ty ss: In the Circuit Court of said county. To the Alay term. A. D. 1914. In Cixun uery. Matthew r. Buckley, complainant, vs. Benjamin gulim-ider. et al.. Uelcnuants. BU g quiet title. A.'MJavil of non-residence of the de fendants. Albert Uumbtr, Andrew Guai bcr and Ida Buckley, and tile unkii'iIi lesideuct of the defendants, Charles C. Black, Brettun Crapster and Caroline Louisa Crapster, and that there are persons interested in the subject matter o lthis cause whose names are unknown but who are made defendants in this cause, as the unknown widc-w, heirs, legatees and devisees of Breituu Crap ter, deceased; the unknown widow, heirs, ltg-atees and devisees of Charles C. Black, deceased; the unknown wid ow, heirs, legatees and devisees of sS. C. Oick. ueceastd; the unknown widow, heirs, legatees and devisees of Samuel C. Oick, deceased; the unknown widow, he-irs. legatees and devisees of ". T. I'rice. deceased; the unknown widower. Heirs, legatees and devisees of Nancy M. Cook, ueccased; the unknown widower. I...;-.- : ........ .... u,riu.a i'rice, deceased; the uiiknown widow, heirs, legatees and devisees of ittjocri j GunitU, deeeusi-d; the unknown widow. .iis. legatees ana devisees ei hidiK-y V. Cook, deceased; the unknown wid ow, heirs and devisees of Kbenezer Blackmail. Jr., deceased; the unknown widow, heirs, legatees and devisees i Ansun B. Cobb, oeceased; Lhe unknown widow, heirs, legatees and devisees of S. 5?. Blacknian, deceased; tire unknown widower, heirs, legatees and devisees of Caroline. Louisa Crapster, deceased; the uiiknown widower, htirs. legatees and devisees of L.ydla T. Cobb, deceased; the unknown widowir. ueirs. legatees and devisees of L.ydia T. Cob. deceased; fie unknown widow. he;rs. legatees and devisucs of Steephcn .S. Blackmail, de-i-eaf-ed; the unknown widow. Heirs, Ii-r-Htees and devisees of Coi-neiius L)s uiotid, deceased; tile unknown widow, lit irs, legatees and devisees of Bernard t-purk, aeceased; the unknown widow, heirs, legatees and devisees of Bernhani -Notice of Publication. Devore N. Simonson, aitt-rney. State of liiinuis. Bock island Coun ty ss: In the Circuit Court of said countji To me iay term, A. L. ljli. lu (Jenn et ry. cnarlote i'entiauu, et al., vs. Samuei Sheppard, et a:., uetendant. BUI M quici Litle. mdavit of non-residence of the de. fenuauts, Aiiunie B. Baroer, Albru Bur' oer, ailer Baroer, aurtw Baroeri I Jarse Baroer, i-'erry Bai oej-, Albert car- oer, iiiain tri. Beiuiier, Carrie Beiciien iizzie A. Rogers. vait--r B. K.ugera Waiter Bogers, viencvtcvt Be..uer son, oenevieve Heiiuerson, . c Ire land. William C. t tcciana. Samuel Suep pai u, - raiiK .M. aneppard. cnaries c anepparu. itargaret antppard, vvunaoi C. S.ieppura. J'., Bcna .Mct-arroli, i.iitisy bneppau, Bert anepparu. Boy anep paru. nuruid Shcpp.i'u. and the un Kiiown resiaence or tne defendants, Kl nier C. Johnson. Cleoige juton soii, l-'rank Barber, and tuat there are persona interested in tn suoject matter oi this cause who.a names aie unknown but who arc made defendants in this cause, us the un known widow, heirs, legatees and devi sees of Gce-rge V. Miller, deceased; lha unknown widow, heirs, legatees and devisees of William A. K'Jgers, deceas ed; tne unknuwu v.iuow, heirs, legatees and devisees of Karl Crowtey, deceas ed; the unknown widow, heirs, legatees and devisees of W. C. W'agely, dtctas ed: the unknown widow, lit irs, legatees and devisees of YV. C. Wagley, aecena ed; the unknown widow, heirs, legate and devisees of John K. Johnson, de ceased; the unknown widow, heirs, leg atees and devisees of John K. Johnston, deceased: the unknown widow, heirs, hn atees and devNees of John Barber, tie ceased; the unknown widow, heirs, !'; atecs and devisees of John Adams, tie ceased: the unknown widow. hira. leg atees and devisees of Jacob il. Rl-w la mi, deceased; tho unknown widow, heirs, legatees and devisees of Amos J. Rowo. deceased: the unknown widower, heirs, legatees arid devisers of Mary S. aioC.iil. dei e:ised: t'le unknown widow- WEATHER CONDITIONS. Tte north western area of hl?h pres kure and low temperature is central over the Dakota and decidedly colder Weather extends southward to the w-t KUlf coast. Precipitation in OBSERVATIONS. Boston , Huffalo Uaveoport Denver Jarksonvuia j Kcimab City . . t:',sl er-t.Jorjai, except westward 'an- New Orleans jda sod ths upper Missouri valley, haj j N-w Vorlt .. :filfed from t:ie citi;rn low whlli ;ta. Ui'iv-ii iijrt;i-a;;tKa.r'l lo Virri;iu :jid froiii ;t uM-tiLdary i.'orm r-ntr am !i i.i c. r Arl.o:ia. 7 if :i'iiea-t-i xrd mover it-ut of the will he ai re;: l.?J !y tJ.r weaiiier la ti is v iii!ty tnu'i.t 5i;d ::ursday. !t wi.'l he an.Me'Ahat wariuer Thursday. Nrfn!2c I!!or.ix St. IuU fct. Paul Kali iJieg' . . . San l'mnclttco Sfitettlv Wajiliiuxton . . DAILY RIVER BULLETIN. High. Low. Prep. Flood stage Hart. Chire. . 40 36 .00 St. Paul 14 2 6 0.2 . 42 30 .62 Red Wins 14 3.7 0.0 . 44 20 .00 Heeds Landing .... 12 3.9 0.1 .36 18 .20 La Crosse 12 3.9 0.1 . 78 64 .00 Lansing IS 4 S 0.0 . 44 26 .00 Prairie du Chlen .. 18 5.0 0.0 84 CI .00 Duhurjue IS C.7 0.2 CO SO .00 Le Claire 10 2.4 0 2 6S r.6 .00 Davenport 15 4.4 0.1 ht) 04 .00 - 44 :;0 .12 River Forecast. ?.2 20 .00 j For the next 44 hours: A h!!kM ils- i;r, :,i .OOjinK tendency in the MisxisMppi will ;t .". I .00 com in u from below Duhuiuin to Mus- C4 4S .00 catin. 72 oti .00 I J. II- SHL'IUti:, Local Fo.-.xaattr. Miss Dorothy Sanborn Wilde. Miss Dorothy Sanborn M'ilde is th e stepdaushter of Henry Siegel, the bankrupt merchant prince of New York city, whose failure involved the Siegel interests in Chicago. Boston and New York. It is said she helped spend his millions. Her father was G.M. Wilde of the U. S. navy. She is an expert horsewoman and has studied for two years under Jean de Kezke. nurk. oeceased: the unknown widow. heirs, legatees and devisees uf Bernard ! er. heirs, loirutctvi uml il.-eis,. nf I.a- fcipark, deceased; the unknown widower, j vlnia 1". Bow. derensed; the utiknoa'tl heirs, legatees and devisees of Amelia ! widower, heirs, legatees end d- vis-et a. uarueu, ueceasea; tne unKltuwn witl ower, heirs, legatees and devisees t-f incila J. liarnett, deceased : and the unknown owners of tlio following de scribed j remises, to-wit: The south part of the southwest fractional quarter of sectioi. number six 1 1 I. towushipeigh teeii (ls, north of range two ( ' ) east of the fourth Hth) print ipal meridian, containing forty-three and ninety-one hundredths (4;!.!i acres, more or' less; also that part 'A the northwest quarter of section seven (7. township eighteen 1 1 S . north range two lit east of the fourth 4th principal meridian, bound ed mid descrilted as follows, to-wit: Be ginning at tin; northwest ct.-rner of tlie northwest quarter of said section seven i I, -thence running east lorty-four ( f 4 ) most distressing stage whenever'the publishers were present. He was only fifty-seven then, but the publishers de cided that their chances were good and agreed to pay him a annuity of 250 Instead of a lump aum for his work. Boon after the bond was signed the doctor went to Cornwall, where be re covered ftjs health, and returned tt London without any cough, which was far from being a pleasing sight to the persona who bad to pay bis annuity. One day be called upon Mr. Walker. the manager for the parties, who. sur veying him with a scrutinizing eye, asked him how he did. "Much better. thank you," said WoWtt. "I have tsXen the measure of my asthma; the fAlow Is troublesome, but I know bis strength and am bis master." "Oh!" aid Mr. Walker grtely. and turned into an adjoining room, where Mrs. Walker, a prudent woman, had been listening to the conversation. Wolcott, aware of the feeling, paid a keen at tention to the husband and wire and heard the latter exclaim: "There, now, didn't I tell you he wouldn't die? Pool that you've been! 1 knew he wouldn't die." Peter Pindar survived both the part ners. New York Pout. the academy of science and art an nounced plans for a floating hospital for tuberculosis patients awaiting ad mission to the state or county hos pitals. of liuth S. Howlai-.d. decensrd : t lie un known widower, neirs. I.'atefs and devisees of Susnn I . lonn-i. d t-eaetl; the unknown widower. hir, I'-gats and devisees of Hannah Katon. deceas ed: the unknown v idow .heirs, lega tees and devisees of Jt. H. Rogers, de ceits, d : the unknown widow, heirs, leg atees and devisees of Hubert II. Kogfra, deccaseo : the unknown wi.low er. heirs, legatees and devisees of Jane Barn'tt. deceased; the unknown widower, heir, legatees and devisees o! Sally Fatk hurst, deceased: the unknown widow, heirs, legatees and devices of Samuel J'arkhurst. decease,!; the unknown widow, heirs, lignites am devisees of Lemuel Parkliursl. dee-astd: the un known widow, heirs. lerttet s nlld dev- rods thence south twenty-two I" I rod., isees of Anson 1 larrinu ton. d-'eeased: thence west forty-four (I4 rods, thence ! the unknown widow. Iieir. legatees north twenty-two (22) rods to the place and devisees of Iaiilel Wiis. v. deceas of beginning, containing six acres, ed: the unknown . widow, heirs, 1kh more or less; also, the northeast quar-!lees and devisees oi James A. Mliier, ter of the northeast quarter of section deceased: the unknown widow. Iieira. twelve 12i. township eighteen I 1 si. I legatees and devisees of William Topf. north range one (I), east vt the 1 deceased: the unknown widow, heir. Vancouver. B. C. The last spike on the Grand Trunk Pacific Transcontl- Pltt.-iurKh The hygienic sectlou of M. ... Oil. SYVKMSM MOV KM UN K Miss A. Kln .ii'Min, gi-fidti.tled Swedish masseuse, uive treat. n nt in private homes and ,ll ullli e nv .1 ppollit tnelil I'holle Km k liVnl 21 h. Ofllce, Oli tSt vt IlUt lllh was the yield of WHEAT 013 on many farms inWest- ern Canada in 1913, some yields neing re ported aa hnih m SO bushels per cr. As j nign as liu bushels were recorded mill some districts for IpwJ tatf. SO hiuh.li fw i Darter and from lO to 20 bushels for flaa. J. Keys arrived in the coun. i! J tTy5yrarsago from Denmark wnn verv imie means, tie homesteaded. worked hard, is now the owner of 320 acres of land- in 1913 had a rmn r4 ss 210 ai reu, which will realize mm about S4.000. Hiawheat weithed 6S lbs. to the bush. I and avrratted over 39 bushels to tha acr. Thousands of aimilar In. llanrrs fniiiht tu. ..I.ImI a . I. y. . a htanesfeadera in Mamlnhj. t'-Vr 'tl't'ewan "nd Alberta. The crop of ln13 waa an abun dant one everywhere in Western Canada. a Ask for devTiptlve literature and ' reduced tail way rates. Apply to superintendent of Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or Canadian liuvctnmmt Agent. C. J. Braufftitsn, 111 rv. Suaat, Ctaasfa, U. fourth (4th principal meridian; all in Kovk Island county, Illinois, having been llled in the office of the clerk oi the circuit court of said county, notice is hereby given to each of said defend ants that couipainlant filed his lull of complaint in said court, on the chancery side thereof, on the first day of April, A. I. 1914. nnd that thereupon a sum mons issued out of said court, wherein salii suit is now pending, against said defendants abovu named, ret uriiuble on the tirst -Monday Of .May. 1SI4, us is by law required. Now. unless you. the said defendants alnVf named, and each t-f you, shall personally be and appear before said circuit court, on the tirst day of the next term thereof, to be hidden at Kock lsiaiiu, in anu lot xaiu county, on the nrsi Aiuniiny or .iav. legatees and devisees of Kphraim John son, deceased; the unknown wtaww, heirs, legatees and devisees ot William .1. Turner. deceased;' the unknown widow, heirs, legatees and devices ef Nols l'eter I"eterst.-ii. deceased: the un known assigns and successors of the Warsaw Ai Kockford Kailroad com pany, non-existent; and tne unknown owners of the northwest tjuarter of lh southeast tjuarter; and tne west half of the northeast quarter of lhe south east quarter, except a parcel of land containing five til acres more or less off tif the northwest corner of the rant half of said southeast quarter: and tmt lols Nineteen lti and Twenty -'", and the south half of the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter; ana about oneacre.being that p.iri of tliesoutn. east quarter ot the northwest quarter iy- nig.'i v 1t14 nvl u...i plead, answer or demur to sai.l rnm.iiiiir en.r .t the imliiic hlnnvav leadhsf plalnant's bill oT complaint, the same 1 from Port Bvrou to Kapius City, llilni. and the matters therein charged until all of said land being situated in sec- stacea win ue taKt-ii as contcssctl. and a decree entered against you according to tho prayer of said bill. In testimony whereof. I have here unto set my hand and affixed the s.-ul ot saio court, at my oinco in Rvk Is land, this first day of April. A. n 1814 iSial) OEOKGK W. GAMBI.I3. Clerk. Pevore N. Simonson, aollrltor. Notice of Piaial Srtllrtneat. Estate of Eva Htalna Jahn. deceased Public notice la oreby given that tho undersigned. Paul A. Jahn inH Mn. uiJJ I Q. Jahn. executors or the lust will and Nil I testament, of Kv ftt-gtna Jahn. deceus I ?1, have this dwy Bled their rtiml report "u steiiieiueiii ua aucn in tho protate court of Hot4( Island ruuutr, and hear ing on said report haa been set for March in. 1914. at 10 o'clock a. in., at which time persons Interested may ap pear and make objections t -reto, and If no objections are nled. said report will bo approved at that time, nd the undersigned will ask for an order of distribution, and will alao ask to b discharged. Hock Island. 111.. March 3. ISM PAl.'I. A. JAIIV. MAHTIV O. JAHN, Kxecutora Last Will and Tiaiatnent of 1 v urfcni jiiiii, ieceaseo. Kofarivor a ai.:hiiver. Miioiutja. tion Thirty -six t3i. Townsi.ip teen iliO north. ra::ge one 1 ft the Kourth ill fnlieloai .wenu-- Kock Island county. 1,,'n tlleii 111 the ottli- fli.. ..ir.-ult i-oiii-t ot Maid i-ouut. netica Illinois, havinif of the clerk of 1 county, no'"-"- Is hereby given to each ot fenuants, tout po;iuilainantfl llled ieir bill ol complaint lu sa.d court, on tne chancery side thereof, on tne nrsi i ot April. -A. I. 1HH. and nai ,""rd upon a aunimons lsutti out ?" court, wherein said suit is peninn. against said defendants ahi 7 letui liable on the tirst Mondfiy 01 11M4. as Is by law required. .Now. unless you. Hie n ants above namti. and cui nuail personally be and appj said circuit court on the til the next term thereof, to ltock island. In ami for said tho tirst Monday of May. Is Hi pleutl, answer or demur to plaiiiautV bill of cumimiiit. ami the matters therein cli' siattd will be taken as con a decree entered against yl nig to the prayer of aald lu In tesllmonv whereof, 1 1 unto set my hand and affix! of said court, at niy titfice land, this lirst lav of April Sea?l. UKOKOrS UAJlf, ihf.urc iv. biuiolistin. sodioihtft. I defend r. oi you. ear before it day IlLildvD t Icour.ty. next, anu said co:n- the samj ired ted e4!.cd and ,u accord- 0