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THE KOCK ISLAND ARGUS TUESDAY. APRIL 14, 1014.
Chicago and New York markets fur
nished l K. Y. Wagner & Co., nieai
ber Chicago Hoard of Trade; grain,
provision, block and cotton; private
wire to all flaandal cmters. Corre
spondent on the New York tock and
Cotton Kxchanges. Trt-City office in
fciiite 3"9. Best building. Phone Rock
P. J. McCORMICK. Manager.
May 91 i
May 10 62
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wht No. 2 r. !2a0':
No. 3 r.
9293: No. 2 h. S2cj92'
h. 91': No. 1 r.s. !Mar?..,: :
93Sr4: No. 3 ns. &2'-i 9S', ;
4 ns.'89a91: No. 2 s. JO 94: No.
923 93: No. 4 s. S?fr!l; No. 1 vc. 93?
934: No. 2 vr. 926 93; No. 3 vr. Jiff
92; No. 1 durum. S9f?90: No. 2 dur
nm. Sf?S9; No. 3 durum. R?fiSS.
Corn No. 3. No. 3 w. 7fi
; No. 3 y. 73?7
No. 4 w, 6"-; So.
Oats No. 2 w. 4?43: No. 2 w. 37
384: No. 4
Wheat opened off; closed
Corn opened 'i or; closed ' np.
Minneapolis 73 25
Dulnth 9 4$
Winnipeg 602 661
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Year ago . . .
Corn today .
Chicago Live Stock
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
Hogs 120: left over 5.5r3; strong:
5c up. Mixed 8.709.00, good S.S'ifi
8.95. rough S-Soft 8.75. light S. 7519.00.
Daily United States Weather Map
Generally fair tonight
and Wednesday; temp
erature about same.
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OLnrTitiomi tekea St s to.. T5th meridlao time. Air prxsenre reduced to sea level. Isobars (conttnnoni t1ne pass thrnnrta points
ft eul sir pressure. IeoUerm (dotted line) peas tnrootn polou of equal temperstore; drawo only for lero, freeilnt. 80, and lou.
O clear: Q partly cloaty: O cloady: rain: snow; g) report mlaalos. Arrows By ettq the wind. First flsures. lownt
lemperatar past 12 boors: aeoond. precipitation of M toch or mote tor paat M hoora; third, maximum wind Telocity.
The moderate southern low Is this
morning central over Alabama and
lias caused showers in the gulf and
SwJth Atlantic itctioc. The north-viit-rn
btorm center has drifted east
ward to Saskatchewan, attended by
Viewers from the north Pacific coast
the extreme upper Missouri valley.
while JilRlier temptrafurf s are noted
; far eastward as New Kngland. The
jr.t-ssure is highest on the north At
LiEtic coast and the northern portion
0' the Rocky mountain plateau. Cen
trally fair weather, without much
cf:i4ge in temperature, is Indicated
fr Ur vicinity tonight and Wednes-ay.
Local and Foreign "
Cattle 3.i00; steady.
Sheen 20,oirt; steady.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs steady at yesterday's average.
Estimated receipts tomorrow Hons
2.i.0f. cattle 14.000, sheep 20.0m.
Mixed S.e5ftS.95. good 8.753 S.90.
rough S.oOfiS.TO, light 8.700 S.95, pigs
6.751 S.O'i, bulk S.SO'SS.SO.
Cattle Bfeady. Beeves 7.25fi9.50,
stotkers 8.00. Texans 6.508.40.
! calves 8.5110.00.
II I Sheep steady. 4.5006.85
I-amba 5.7S 08.50.
Hogs slow at early prices; steady at
yesterday's average. Mixed R.GStf?
s.9."".. good S.Td'Tt S.90, rough S.508.70.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Omaha 9.000 4,00 lO.ono
Kansas City 14.000 7.000 9.000
MARKET SQUARE SALES.
April 11. 1914.
1 load of straw at 7.00
April 14. Following are. the whole
sale quotations on the local market
Butter, Eggs and Cheese.
Eggs, per dozen 18c
Butter, dairy, pound 23c
i Butter, creamery, pound ....27c
Butter, packing stock, pound. ....... ISc
Cucumbers, hot bouse
Cabbaee, pound, new .
Red onions, pound ....
Bermuda onions, pound
Old cocks (scarce) Sc
Hens (scare) ..13o
Spring iscarce) 14c
Ducks iscarce) 13c
I TnrVcv. I.nrl !Re
! Silver Salmon . .
Halibut, fresh ..
Yellow Pike ...
" . ,r,:cjal papers has a heavy tone. Steel
New York Stock II
New York. April 14. Following are
the quotations on VUo btoci market to
I'nion Pacific '..
1. S. Steel preferred
I. S. S'eel common
Rock Island preferred .
Rock Island common .
Chicago & Northwestern .
New York Central
S. Department of Agriculture.
High. Low. Prep.
, 4S 32 .00
,28 28 .00
64 38 .00
. 66 42 .00
0 64 .01
62 48 .00
70 56 ' .28
50 34 .00
52 40 .00
90 SS .00
64 50 .00
70 44 .00
74 C8 .00
72 52 .00
8 48 .12
58 38 .00 j
CS 23 .00
San Diego ...
Colorado Fuel & Iron 29
Canadian Pacific 199Ri
Illinois Central H'"a
Chesapeake & Ohio 52 'i
Brooklyn Rapid Transit Ui
Baltimore & Ohio S8
American Locomotive 31i
St. Paul fs
Drift of the Weather.
Missouri Fair tonight and Wednes
day; slightly cooler tonight.
Wisconsin Cloudy and slightly cool
er tonight; Wednesday fair.
Minnesota Generally fair tonight
and tomorrow; slightly cooler.
Iowa Generally fair tomorrow;
slightly cooler In south and west to
night. North Dakota, Booth Dakota, Kan
sas and Nebraska Fair tonJht and
nilnoia Generally fair tonight and
tomorrow, preceded by unsettled to
night. Morning Grain Letter.
Chicago. April 14. Corn crowd la
bearish, but expects a possible rally
with other liquidation overhanging the
market and new low prices some time
this week. Chicago sales of corn yes
terday were discouraging at 75,000 and
the skeptic have accepted the Idea of
Argentina domination. Goss'p now
turns on probable amounts of corn Ar-
' gentina will send. Newspapers say
com longs sold heavily Monday. Ar
gentina continues to offer freely on
basis of C3 cents C. I. F. New York for
later months. Trade Is passing Into
the July and September corn months.
Fair and favorable weather for farm
work prevailed over the United States
vesterday. Our wheat reports Indi-
cate that up to April la the condi on
I of winter wheat at 90 to 94. United
States wheat exports for April will evi
dently be very nominal at about 6.000,
000. The customary April stories of
a final bull turn in May wheat are in
v nuts oais auu ui -in r.iurui.,
i make new low points, there are signs
of congestion on any further sag. Tone j
nf amirhwest markets and volume of'
4cfI7ei ..7 . T . .
llciear,y Be"1T,B wl" rntro1 todaj- Tech -
'"2e nicalIy' ,,uU 8,de of corn BCem to
be under subjection of Argentine bap-
I psnincs. Business new3 in the nnan-
.capacity is reported cut to 50 per cent
! with wage red'ictions on the way.
! This, of course, has an effect on pro-
I visions. Products want to go one way
j and hog prices the other. A deep
j other. A deep break in provisions will
hardly suit the packer.
IJverpool, April 14. Wheat opened
with pressure of realizing on larger
wcrld's shipments than expected and
a. quiet demand for both cash and ex
port. European crop prospects are fa
vorable and Russian offers larger and
American offers of winters are increas
ing. Following the opening the mar
ket was 'dull with some support on the
far distant months. At 1:20 prices
were 't to lower than Thursday.
Corn opened V lower in sympathy
with America, but later steadied with
j e n p o rT'Tm. .
a N m mt
V 7 AM
Yellowstone Park ..
DAILY RIVER BULLETIN.
Flood stage Hgt. Chge.
St. Paul 14 2.4 0.1
Red Wing 14 3.3 0.2
Reeds Landing .... 12 3.5 0.1
La Crosse 12 3.7 0.1
Lansing 18 4.6 0.0
Prairie du Chien .. 18 4.6 0.2
Dubuque IS 5.6 0.1
Le Claire 10 2.6 0.1
Davenport 15 4 6 0.1
For the next 48 hours: A slight
falling tendency In the Mississippi
will continue front below Dubuque to
J. M. SllERILIl, Local Forecaster.
private report received here of heavy
plate sales to America. At 1:30 the
undertone was steady ana prices k
Foreign crop summary generally fa
vorable. Strange Days.
Chicago, III., April 14. Strange days
when the United States is denied a
legitimate April ana May bull corn
market on one of its smallest crops.
The shifting quicksand of operation
costs challenges high dividend returns
for companies whose maintenance
costs challenges high dividend re
turns for companies whose mainten
ance costs are perpetual and cannot
be denied. After the probable bulge
on a small rail rate increase this fact
will still overhang the railroads, and
a few industrials.
The tariff has stood a six month'
test and the total import of 930.000,
000 dollar are 23,000,000 below last
year. This deficiency is due to pres
ence of slack business and slow United
States demand. General operation of
steel industries s now guessed at 50
per cent of capacity. Volume of early
year immigration is an average. XTn
filled steel tonnage at 4,600,000 is 3,
000.000 below the "busy mark."
March building permits were good
and the output of cheaper autos is a
record. Large industries are retrench
ing. Financial journals ascribe the
softness as usual to attacks on capi
tal and political loss of confidence.
The downturn in trade, however. Is
more probably due to the new tariff.
Its effect on steel prices, European
dullness and the stern necessity of
"slowing up spells" every year or two.
. Security factors are thus beyond a
mere moderate rail rate advance,
though that will help greatly. For 60
days the Argentine has pressed her
corn on the United States. As May
approaches swiftly the chance of
steady Argentine new corn arrivals
has appreciated and our corn futures
are threatened with a return to the
65 cent levels at a time when our cen
tral west reserves are at about their
lowest April points.
Loss or a bull ally in corn Is a
heavy blow to oats. The March re-
eAS-AB tan AAA AAA
I the new crop & habU of
a high condition start. Chicago holds
about 5.000.000 wheat, 10,000,000 corn
and 8,000.000 oats.
Wheat deliveries should not be large,
but deliveries of corn and oats will
evidently be liberal. Oats are a quick
ly grown crop and old supplies are
ample. Green bug claims are prema-
ture AbQut 5Q0 Wa reports liave
. , . . . ....
arnvea in pasi lew aays. v neai con-
!dit!on is maintained. In some sections
there Is fear that the freeze has hurt
the wheat. We o"o not anticipate ser-
jous attacks on July and September
April 14 "The Oirl from Maxim's.
April 17 Davie Lewis, Minerva
Coverdale, Frances Kennedy in Row
land and Clifford's production of
April 21 "The Jucklins."
April 22 Song recital under aus
pices of Villa de Chantal.
April 28 Willatn Hodge in "The
Road to Happiness."
AT THE ILLINOIS.
"The Girls From Maxim's" will be
the offering at the Illinois tonight, pre
senting all that is new and novel in
extravaganza and vaudeville. This at
traction made a decided bit through
out the country several years ago
when it played the leading cities of
the country. It remained a whole year
in New York City. As an added at
traction will be seen Bob Fitzsimmons,
former heavyweight champion of the
world, and his son. Bob, Jr., who is
looked upon by critics as the coming
champion. He is only IS years old.
but he Is six feet tall, weighs 190
pounds, and has a longer reach than
his father, and is a wonderful bcxer.
Father and son box three rounds at
every performance. Besides this, the
Cornishman does a monologue in which
he tells of his famous battles and re
fers to incidents in them that have
never been printed. Among the well
known principals with the company
are Eva Mull. Anna Yale, Alice Gil
bert, Helen Douglas, Fred Russell,
Best Weston, Frank Reynolds, Frances
Keith. Kddie Wynn, Bob Harrington,
James McCabe. and a chorus of 30
pretty girls. In the vaudeville por
tion of the bill are such well known
acts as Harrington and Russell, in a
sketch; Weston and Keith, the taxi
tangoes, and Eva Mull and company
rn a one-act playlet entitled' "The Lit
tlest Rebel," founded on an incideut of
the Civil war.
The attraction at the Illinois next
Friday night, is Dave Lewis, the original
fun bug, this time in a brand new
musical jumble of songs and girls call
ed "September Morn." It is stated Mr.
Lewis is supported by one of the best
traveling organizations ever sent forth
by Messrs. Rowland & Clifford, his
managers, and the chorus is said to
be the finest collection of buds from
th garden of American beauties. The
play, of course, gets its name from
the painting of the same name which
stirred up comment from coast to
coast. The story of the piece has to
do with the aspirations of one Rudolph
Plastic, owner of an art studio, who
claims to have been the painter. Of
course, Rudolph does not even know
how to pa'nt a picket fence. The
model of "September Morn" is laid
claim to by an actress who has In
structed her press agent to circulate
the rumor that she is the original. The
ludicrous momenta when the two im
personators are dodging ycb other
and when a chesty old army officer,
who has fallen in love with the act
ress, discovers that she is good
KIDDIES IN "SEPTEMBER MORN"
rvx, 'fit -
wheat and believe them in or near a
purchasing position. The price level
represents the promise. The Argen
tine influence weighs heavily on corn
and the great consideration is a level
that will sentimentally coincide with
Ottawa, III. In addition to the Illi
nois wonnsn previously reported as hav
ing been elected to ofnee April 7 La
Salle county chose two. .Mrs. Mattie
F. Ford of Tonica was elected collector
of Eden township and Miss Jennie i
Langley of Grand Ridge collector of j
Farm Ridge township. I
-Z&SA. &iJt $SS $.$5:
Flies Kill More Than Wars.
DISEASES that have been
traced to tho fly. with total
number of deaths from
each in the city of New York
for five years, are as follows:
Typhoid fever G66
Tuberculosis all kinds) 10.292
Cholera infantum 6.393
Cerebro-spinal meningitis 404
Scarlet fever 1,028
All the news zll the time The
friend cf his wife's creates enough
laughter and plot for six musical plays.
The scenery is prettily designed and
painted and the costuming introduces
the latest Parisian creations. The
company numbers within its ensem
ble some fifty people, all in all bring
ing about a new type of musyc play
with delicious fooling thoroughly inter
spersed. Tho dancing numbers are
many, spirited, charming, highly en
joyable and welcome, the various styles
of the world-popular tango being in
troduced in various attractive forms.
Minerva Coverdale, "the American
Gaby Deslys," is seen in the newest
dances now in vogue in Paris. Fran
ces Kennedy, the popular comedienne
and singer, also has a big part. Ar
thur Gillespie wrote the book and lyr
ics, Aubrey Stauffer composed the
music, and Frank Tanehill, Jr., staged
the production, which comes almost
direct from the LaSalle opera house.
AT THE COLONIAL.
The Colonial theatre today is pre
senting "Judit'.i of Bethulia." a four
reel biograpli feature film from tho
scenario of Thomas Aldrich Bailey.
According to the apocryphal story the
children of Israel fortified the bill pas
sages by which any invading army J
would be obliged to enter into Judea. I
The principal of these fortified places j
was Bethulia. Among the striking j
scenes in this remarkab'e picture are j
tuo.se showing the battle outside, the i
city, the assaults on the massive walls, j
the scenes of famine within, the unsuc- !
cessful attempt of the Jews to regain !
the walls, the tragic death of Holo-
fernes at the hands of Judit.i. and the
final destruction of the Assyrian camp.
Strictest attention to detail In costume,
weapons and instruments of war. cus
toms of the people and correct scenic
background are manifest throughout.
A THE EMPIRE.
James P. Lee and his company are
presenting a musical jumble called
"The Funny Moon" at the Empire the
first three days this week. Mr. I,ee
Is a comedian of the old sc.iool. The
plot Is filled with many laughable sit
uations, and in order to extract him
s:f from many embarrassing situa
tions Mr. Lee is forced to become an
expert prevaricator. Tliere is a lively
Don't Miss This Big Musical
20 PEOPLE 20
"THE FUNNY MOON"
$1.50 Show, 10c, 20c and 30c.
ORDER SEATS EARLY.
PHONE ROCK ISLAND 70S.
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Aotlce of ullicUon.
Devore N. Simonson, attorney.
State of Illinois. Hock island Coun-
In the Circuit court of said county.
To the May term. A. L. ltfl. In Clia."
ccry. Charlote I'entiana. et a: vs. Samuel
Shcujuril, ct iii., diltnuanls. Bill tu
Affidavit of non-ri-sidenco of the de-fuiniaiil.-.
Ail unit; U. xiai uer, Aiblu Bar
uer, Wallti- lialljoi, Andrew Barber,
I misl- Uui'iwr, Barber, Albert Bar
ber. llialu Xi. Beicliel. Carrie. Belclier,
iizzie A. liu&ei's. Waiter j. Uugci'o,
Waiter Kuucij, Ueimvieve At. hebuer-
son, lieiieVK. ve hieiiuersun, V . sj. Fi t
laud, w Uiiain C x reeiaud, Samuel Suep-pai-u.
i-iiiiK. .vl. bacppjrd. Ciiarles J .
ouejjparu. .uuiaret aiieppard. William
C dti-ppu.ru, ji.. Bona .Vi.c-ai"ruli, uaij
onippio. Beit biieppard. Boy tibep
paru, iiii'uid iShepparu. and the uu
Known 1-eaiuenee oia Uie deicridams,
uier C. Joiinson, Cieorjje jonu
Bun, i-ranit Barber, and tnal
mere are persona interested In luo
subject mailer ot tnm cause whose
names are unknown but wno are made
deiendants -in this cause, as the un
known widow, heirs, legatees and devi
sees of Cieorjfe V. Miller, deceased; the
unknown widow, heirs, legatees and
uevisees of imam A. Rogers, deceas
ed; t&e unknown widcrw, heirs, legatees
and devisees of Karl Crowley, deceas
ed; the unknown widow, heirs, legatees
and devisees of V. C. W'agely, deceas
ed; the unknown widow, hi Irs, legatees
and devisees or w. C Wagley, aeceas
ed; the unknown widow, heirs, legatees
and devisees of John li Jchnson, de
ceased; the unknown widow, heirs, leg
atees and devisees of John K. Johnston,
deceased; the unknown widow, heirs, leg
atees and devisees of John Barber, un
erased; the unknown widow, heirs, leg
atees and devisees of John Adams, de
ceased; the unknown widow, heirs, leg
atees and devisees of Jacob ii. Row
land, deceased; the unknown widow,
heirs, legatees and devisees or Arnos J.
Kowe, deceased; the unknown widower,
heirs, legatees and devisees of Alary S.
ilcCal, deceased; the unknown widow
er, heirs, legatees and devisees of La
vlnia P. Kowe. deceased: the unknown
widower, heirs, legatees and devisees
of Ruth S. Rowland, deceaped:. the un
known widower, neirs. legatees and
devisees of Susan O. Donnei, deceased; I
the unknown widower, heirs, legatees
and devisees of Hannah Eatun, decoas- I
ea; ine uu Known wmow .heirs, lega
tees and devisees c-f K. H. Rogers.
ceastd: the unknown widow, heirs, leg
atees and devisees of Robert H. Rogers,
deceased; the unknown widower, heirs
legatees and Uevisees of Jane Barnettl
deceased; the unknown widower, heirs,
legatees and devisees of Sally Park
hurst, deceased; the unknown -widow,
heirs, legatees and deviates of Samuel
farkhurst, deceased: the unknown
widow, heirs, legatees and devisees of
Lemuel Parkhurst, deceased; the' un
known widow, heirs, legatees and dev
isees of Anson Harrington, deceased;
the unknown widow, heirs, legatees
and devisees of Daniel Wilsey. deceas
ed; the unknown widow, heirs, lega
tees and devisees or James A. Milier.
deceased; the unknown wido-w. heirs!
legatees and devisees of William Topi,
deceased; the unknown widow, heirs,
legatees and devisees of Ephraim John
son, deceasid; the unknown widow,
heirs, legatees and devisees of William
J. Turner. deceased; the unknown
widow, heirs, legatees and devisees of
Nels Peter Peterson, deceased; the un
known assigns and successors of tlie
Warsaw ! Kockiurd Railroad com
pany, non-exisient; and the unknown
owners c-t tile northwest quarter of the
southeast Quarter; and the west half
of the nortlieast quarter of the south
east quarter, except a parcel of land
containing live to.i acres more or less
olT of the northwest corner of the east
half of said southeast quarter: and out
lots Nineteen ilM and Twenty 2U:
and tho south half of the southwest
quarter of the northeast quarter; and
about oncacre.bcing that part of the south.
Illinois Theatre TONIGHT
Lewis Talbot presents "THE REAL COMEBACK"
BOB, Jr. CHAMPION
Girls From Vlaxiins"
As a soecial feature Bob Fitzsimmons and his son. Bob. Jr., wUI
box 3 rounds at every performance. Besides Bob. Sr., will deliver an
interesting monologue. The former champion believes his son will
hold the heavyweight title in five years..
PRICES 25c, 50c, 75c; 1st 7 rows, $1.00; boxes, $1.0C.
Phone 224 Rock Island.
ILLINOIS THEATRE, FRIDAY, APRIL 17
ROWLAND A CLIFFORD PRESENT
The Season's Most Poopular Musical Comedy Treat
Original Cast and Production
Direct from LaSalle Opera H ouse, Chicago.
Minerva Coverdale DAVE LEWIS Florence Kennedy
Large World Renowned Cyclonic Tango Chorus
The Show You Have Been W aitiig for
PRICES 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50. Boxes $2.00.
SEATS ON SALE TOMORROW AT 9 A. M.
1' ' vx
Z. t' t'
east quarter of the northwext quarter lv
ing east of the public hignvay WdirJ
from Port Byron to Kapidi City, Ulinoj
all of said land being situateu in ."
lion Thirty-six t36, Townsnip SirZ-
x-ourlh 4 Principal M-ridUii!
Island county. JllinoU, h.vin.
. i.iisc wile (11,
leu in tne omce of the clerk nf
the circuit court of said countv. noil-i
is hereby given to each of said de
fendants, tnat complainants filed their
bill ol complaint in said court, on ih
chancery side thereof, on th first d-i
of April. A. L. 114. and that there
upon a summons issued Out of ti
court, wherein said suit is pending
against said defendants above najnui
returnable on the ftrst Monday of jiay
1K14. as is by law required.
Now. unless you, the said defend
ants above named, and each of you.
snail personally be and appear before
said circuit court on the tint day of
the next term thereof, to- be holden at
Rock island, in and for said county on
the first Monday of May, 1914, next, and
plead, answer or demur to said com
plainants' bill of compaint, the sam
and the matters therein charged ant
stated will be taken as confessed ar.d
a decree entered against you accord
ing to the prayer of said bill.
In testimony whereof. I have her,
unto set my hand and affixed the sea
of said court, at my office in Rock Ia
land, this f.rst day of April. A. D. 13H
Seal. GEORGE GAMBLE, Clerk.
Devore N. Slmonson. solicitor.
Aotlce of Publication.
of Illinois, Rock Island Coun-
In the Circuit Court.
May term, A. D.
Hen G. Irwin vs. Maude Irwin.
Affidavit of unknown residence of the
above defendant. Maude Irwin, bavtoc
been filed in the clerk's office of the
circuit court of said county, notice la
therefore hereby given to the said non
resident defendant that the complainant
tiled his bill of complaint in said court,
on the chancery side thereof, on the
second day of April. 1914, and that
thereupon a summons Issued out of said
court, wherein said suit is now pending,
returnable on the first Monday In the
month of May next, as is by law re
quired. Now, unless you. the said defendant
above named, Maude Irwin, shall per
sonally he and appear before said cir
cuit court, on the first day of the next
term thereof, to be hn-lden at Rock It
land in and for ?ald county, on the flrtt
Mondav in May next, and plead, answer
or demur to the. said complainant's bill
of complaint, the same and matters ano
things therein charged and stated will
be taken as confessed, and a decree en
tered according to the prayer of said
bill. GEORGE W. GAMBLE,
Rock Island. III.. April 2. 1914.
Harry M. McCaskrln. complainant's
IVotlce of Final Settlement.
Estate of Eva Reeina Jahn. deceased.
Public nonce :s Screby given that the
undersigned, Paul A. Jahn and Martin
G. Jahn. executors of the last will and
testament of Eva Regina Jahn. deceai
ed. have this day filed their final report
and settlement as such in the probate
court of Rock Island county, and hear
ing on said report has been set for
March 2S. 1914. at 10 o'clock a. m, St
which time persons Interested may ap
pear and make objections thereto, and
if no objections are nied. said rpori
will be approved at that time. nd the
undersigned will ask for an order of
distribution, and will alsa ask to W
p.ock Island. HI . March 3. :;4.
PAI L A. JAHN.
MARTIN- G. JAHN,
Executors Last Will and Testament
Eva Regina Jahn. Deceaseo.
Schriver & Schnver. attorneys.
all the time Tn