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THE KOCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY", IHAT 15, 101 i.
20 TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS -Local and Foreign Chicago and New Tork markets fur nished by E. W. Wagner & Co, mem bers Chicago Beard of Trade; grain, provisions, stock and cotton; private wires to all final -lal centers. Corre spondents on the New York Ftock and Cotton Exchanges. Trl-Clty office in ulte 309. Best building. Fhcne Rock Island S30. P. J. McCORMICK. Manager. c Chicago Markets I! Wheat Open. May 95- July S7 Sep 86 Corn May 6S14 July 67S Sep 68 Oata May 40 July 3Si Sep 36 s, Pork May 19.S2 July 20.02 Lard May 10.05 July 10.20 Riba May July 11.27 HIph. Low. 9r.'4 S7 ?7 J6' So, 6?'i G7. 66's 40 3S&, SOT. 19.S2 20.02 10.07 10.20 11.2 67'4 26' 19.72 13.95 10.05 10.15 Close 96 -B S7 -A S5S-B 6SVi-B 67'4-A 65 ' 3!VA 36 M -A 19.7: 19.9 Sheep 12.000. Steady. Nine O'clock Market. Hors stendy. Kstlniates: Hos. 11. 000: cattle, 2l: sheep. 2.000. Mixed. fS.lnft 8 45. Good f 9.2o9i 8.43. Rouith $7.53iiS15. UKht $8.250 8 45. Pigs $6.20Ji 8.15. Bulk IS-SO-i? 8.40. Cat tit Fteaily. Tteevcs $7 50 9.40. Stockers $5.75. 8.60. Calves $9.00 10.75. Cows $3.75 8.40. Texans $7.25 8.50. Sheep steady at $4.50?i 6.15. Lambs $5.75 S 9.20. Closing Market. Hors steady at early prices. Mixed R.15r S.4T, Rood S.25?S.4, rough 7.90 fci'S.15. light S.2r.fj!.l3. Cattle steady. ; Sheep strong. -; J Southwest Receipts. Hogs. Cattle. Sheep. Kansas City 3.000 300 7.000 Omaha 5,000 150 2,500 II Local ' Markets 10.07-N 10.17-A 11.25-N 11.27 11.33 A MARKET SQUARE SALES. May 14. 1914. 2 loads of oats at 45c 1 load of timothy hay at $16.00 Chicago Cash Grain. r, rCfi9G'i: No. 2 b. I"i3 17 97'i : No. 3 h. 95SJ',; No. 1 r.s, 9xi3!?7 99: No. 2 ns. ')''- 'a No. 3 us. I'l'.'Ti No. 4 ns. 27i95: No. 2 s. '.'SfiOS'i; No. 3 s, No. 4 s. r-2?ii5: No. 1 vc, 97i9S; No. 2 vc, 9097: No. 3 vc. 95 5j9G: No. 1 durum. 93ft 91: No. 2 dur um. 92T7 93; No. 3 durum. 9fi9l. 'Corn No. 2 y. 72 'i 5 73: No. 3, 7 If? 72; No. 3 w. 71172: No. 3 y, 72 h 72': No. 4. 70'2?71; sp, C5. Oats No. 3 w, 40'sTt40': No. 4 w, 39Va40i-2; standard, i'i.'! ll'i. Liverpool Cables ; Wheat opened to up; closed op Corn opened i to lss up; closed U to 2i up. Chicago Receipts. Today. Contract. Wheat Ill 93 Corn 13 7 Oats 56 13 Northwctt Cars. To Last day. Minneapolis S2 Duluth 67 Winnipeg 11S Chicago Estimates Tomorrow. Wheat 114 Corn 3j Oats C7 Primary MovcrrenL Receipt. Sb.'pmen;s Wheat today 372,000 696.000 1 ear ago o34.000 540.000 Corn today 218.00 Year ago 314,000 May 15. Following are the whole sale quotation on the local market today: Butter, Eggs and Cheese. Eggs, per dozen 20c Butter, dairy, pound 25c Butter, creamery, pound 27Vic Butter, pack!rx stock, ponsd xSo Vegetables. Farsleys, dozen bunches 30c Cucumbers, hot Louse 10c12Vic Lettuce, pound 12HsC I'otatoes, bushej ...7SC l Cabbage, pound, new 2icl Texas onions, pound 6c Green onion?, dozen buuhs: 15c Rhubarb, iucn bunches 15c Asparagus, per pound 10c Carrots, dozen bunches 60c Turnips, dozen bundles 60c Bnets. do::en bundles $1.00 Kadi; lies, pound 15c Poultry. Chickens 14c I t-isn. was at Us best set at 240.000,000. Last May the Argentine exported 16. 000.000 corn and for present May the exports will run about 8,000,000. Eur ope wants a lot of corn during the next two months. Northwestern ex porters notify us that they believe for northwest wheat requirements are such that every bushel of our old crop wheat that can be spared will go abroad. Howard Bartels approximates 121.000.000 United States wheat in all positions May 1, allowing 20.000,000. for May and June exports the reserves July 1 would be 81.000,000 all posi tions, a moderate amount. Weather everywhere on Thursday was mainly fine. Corn Is in a strong position at present.' Wheat tone has changed. New bulges promise to come in on dips. Some talk of small oats sup plies at end of crop year. Buy Septem ber oats. Packers are declared on buying side of provisions. Supplies at outside points are too small. For the weelc the Argentine ships about 2,000,000 corn, an amount that will not hasten the United States and -European demand. Looks like more anx iety In east summer and fall corn sup plies. Jerseyville. 111., reports wheat not holding its own, badly Infected with fly. Rain badly needed for oats. Sixty per cent corn planted. Reports from numerous offices. Illinois, In diana and Ohio on wheat were mainly good. Review of Weather. Illinois and Wisconsin Fair tonight and probably Saturday; slowly rising tomnerature. Missouri Fair and warmer tonight; I Haddick; chairman membership com SaWiirdaD increasine cloudiness and mittee, .urs. nenry scnmiiu tand Railroad Engineers gave a home baking sale Wednesday afternoon at the Masonic hall, clearing a neat sum. Mrs'. Tubbs of Sixth street is ill. Mrs. Dunbar has as a guest her grandmother, Mrs. Cleavinger. Mrs. E. Land has arrived home from a visit at Coal Valley with relatives and friends. School will close here Friday, May 29. The graduation exercises will be at the Methodist church Thursday eve ning. The baccalaureate sermon will be given Sunday evening. May 24. There are five graduates from the high school, seven from the eighth grade. Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Lester Craw ford, very delightfully entertained the members and friends of the Reading and Crescent Embroidery club. After a literary program had been rendered general sociability and sewing made the hours pass pleasantly and quickly. A nice luncheon followed. Hugh Philips of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, visited with relatives here last week Wednesday afternoon the home of Mrs. Henry Schmidt was the scene of a very pleasant social gathering. It was the regular semi-monthly meet ing of the Baptist church Ladies' Aid society. Mrs. Barr and daughter, Helen, are quite 111. Mrs. W. C. Daily has arrived home from a Tisit with relatives in the tri cities. Guy De Bourcey has recovered from a recent illness. The following officers were elected by the Parent-Teacher association re cently organised in Silvis: President, Professor Justin Washburne: vice president, Mrs. A. C. Hansen; treas urer, Clark Carbin; secretary, Miss Ruth Lowe; chairman of hospitality committee, vMrs. O. C. Williams; chair man program committee, Mrs. Frank ... he Bay of Day By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE warmer, with probably showers in west afternoon and night. Minnesota Fair and warmer -o- night; Saturday probably cloudy with warmer south and west. North Dakota Generally fair to night and Saturday; warmer tonight. South Dakota Increasing cloudiness and warmer tonight; probably unset tled tomorrow. Last week, year 68 115 51 ,1 191 340 Perch 4c7c Haiilut, fret a 11c Yellow Pike 12c FIckerel 7c Catfish 14c Bullheads lUic Trcut lie F:ouuders I'C il VAGNEP.'S REVIEW J I Morning Grain Letter. Corn cables furni.sh a sensation. Liverpool advance is emphatic anJ gives credence to reports that the 4r,r. nnn i Argent. ne corn crop is cut to near 336,000 Chicago Live Sto II Opening Market3. HoS3 12mH. Left over 4.132. Mar et steady. Mixed $3.15 S.4".. fjood S.25aS.-it. Rough $7 90 n 8 15. Light $S.30ft8.45. Cattle 1.000. Steady. (Hi.ii:ri.tiii( sur'Mii's it i'.botit same as last ye:ir. I'li'.lt r these circumstances j the arrivals of Argentine irn in the; Summary of News. C. & O. directors approve agreement to sell to Lake Shore interests 40 29 shares of Kanawha and Michigan stcck. Lehigh Valleys answer to govern ment buit denies monopoly in anthra cite or granting of any rebates. President Truesdale of Lackawanna returns from western trip optimistic on business outlook, but pessimistic regarding Washington. B. & O. may issue $30,000,000 to meet $20,000,000 notes due July 1 and to finish up other worlj li. V. Bush of Missouri Pacific be lieves road can meet its difficulties by one year extension of 25.000 notes. Principal ilomestic exports for April tttalcd $33.1:80.952 against J75.605.34C a years ago. Ten n'onths ended April 30 were $949,785,000 against 913,614 I OHO similar ppriod year ago. I Americans iu London irregular. II SILVIS II Cnited States l.cfore Julv we lihrlv in vnrv '.i-iriil rpontmr :tiin?.rr of corn a:--; declared enormous losers i by reac-ii of th rains. Local paper George Tutberry, who recently sus- sur;si-sts the loss is ?2.i".0imi. oii? . taiued a si roke of paralysis, is very ill New York grain dealer wires us that Chicago July corn has a chance to sell near the 7') cent level on current con ditions. Th? Argentine corn surplus !r. Ferguson and family have as guests Vernon Wolf and family of Brooklyn.-Iowa. The ladies' auxiliary to the Rock Is Daily United States Weather Map U. S. Department of Agriculture. WEATHER BUREAU. tf A. . 123.9 2.S.3 Fair and warmer to- Vj 5 uWenpt,l night; Saturday, in- XoaJ 30.0 mi.I3". I creasing1 cloudiness. ' 8 te 7AM' il rJXPtTANATORY'NOTES. rthMrrattoo takra at t a ra.. 7StI mrldla tiros. lr mnur reiird In wf leel. Iiobira (mnflniimn llnxl wmm ,v v of equal air preuuro. laocnrrms (dourd llne) pan torong b points of equal temperatnra; draan only for zero, freeilos. 9u and luj5 O dear: Q partlr cloody: n clondy: VJ ralo: KJnor: report ml flog. Arrows lly wlrh the wind. Vint flirure lo..t teasparator paat 12 boars: second, precipitation of -Ol Inch or more for past 24 boar: third, maximum wind velocity. Saturday afternoon at her home on Fourth avenue, Mrs. Richard Walsh entertained the Silvis Pioneer Birth day cl.ib. Cut flowers formed decora tions in green and purple. One new- member, Mrs. Susan Shepherd, was taken into the society. A delightful luncheon was served. Mr. Morris, v.-Tio :s employed at the railroad shops here and also as a fire man of the railroad shop fire depart ment is ill and unable to attend to either duty. Roy Cleavinger Is expected here from Indiana to visit his parents. William Tubbs expects his parents here from Omaha, Neb., for a visit. Ben Nelson and family will depart soon for Brainard, Minn., to visit rela tives. Mrs. F. J. Brown of Chicago is visit ing relatives and friends here this week. . Sunday evening at the parsonage of the Methodist church took place the marriage of Miss Belle B. Bentley of Atkinson. 111., and Joseph D. Stevens of Silvis. For the present they will re side witli the groom's parents on Sixth street. Tuesday evening the children of the vicinity enjoyed an old fash ioned charivari in their honor. Mr. Sepletosky reports the stealing of Dart of his electric fan and also a $150 moving picture reel from his mov ing picture show. The lock was broken and his place entered. This will put the show out of commission till after May 13. i Saturday evening the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt was the scene of a very pleasant social gathering when the Silvis Country Card club was entertained. All prizes were won by John Korb and George Sluth and Mes dames Albert Korb and R. Mier. Mrs. C. Larkin has been brought This Live Adventure Story of a Single Day Grips and Holds the Interest From Start to Finish. Opening Chapters Will Appear in Tomorrow's Issue. 'fi'frFa1!! IRON FENCE IS CHEAPER THAN WOOD WEATHER CONDITIONS. High pressures and fair and con tinued cool weather are noted In the Mixwourl, Mississippi and Ohio valleys and the lake region, with the crt-st cloudiness Saturday. OBSERVATIONS. Boston Buffalo .. of the high over the upper Mississippi Uavenport valley. Frost 1 reported from Min E swot a. northern TTlinoIs and a large portion of the lake region. Low pres sure prevail from British Columbia and Alberta southward to Arizona, at tended by showers on the Pacific coast and the southeastern Rocky mountain slope, and by rising temperatures fn the upper MUsouri valley. The east ward movement of the high and the ap proach of the western low will be at tended by warmer weather in this vicinity tonight and Saturday, with j Washington 6S fair tonight, followed by increasing J Winnipeg IS High. .. 58 .. 44 Denver 52 Jacksonville S? Kansas City 70 New Orleans SO New York 64 Norfolk 60 PJux-nlx 92 St. Louis 70 St. Paul 60 San Diego 62 San Francisco .... f3 Seattle 64 Low. 2 42 42 42 70 50 62 52 54 5H 54 40 cr 50 4S 54 34 Trcp. .00 .00 .00 .00 .38 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .02 .08 .00 .00 j Yellowstone Park 6S .00 DAILY RIVER BULLETIN. Flood stage Ilgt. Chge. Reed's Landing 14 5.4 0 1 14 i 6.2 0.2 12 61 0.2 12 6.9 0.2 18 8.6 0.2 18 9.0 0.2 18 10.5 0.3 1 10 5.6 0.1 j 15 8.4 0.1 j r T ? fn 1 T I 1 T I I T 1 1 111 IT I T I II Ifl 11 11 IWIii.pii Looks Better and Lasts a Lifetime. rhi b the Season to think about improving YOU1 LAWN. Let ns show yon how we can save you money on our line of Iron Fencing. Lawn Settees, Flower Vases, etc.etc Addreu R. C. Campbell to., !XJ3 13th St. I'hODC H. I. 'wnmt imlal Hall 1 1 hni. Kv-J-- -KvV' 3 TTSEtl J a alio that you would in pur- ..v.V.f .",.v -0 ehwna; machinery about tbe tv!-:-.i.viia.-: farm, and youMI grt a ailo that is t m"-Vj0i wru praar ana Traat-praat on :'-' -f-th., ,n ..... h. T. L- v'.-.rr-.-.v ; arMkle oaa that mil no paint fci'evfcj or SnMikto.aMklna noaaa MtKivv.'l that m wind praaC atranp. Bn.liVV..V.V aale ana that J 71 rl.VS--.' Sa far uwa know the MaiaM.tf! Davenport "Iowa" Silo hoflt f MtTttCrf. hollnw mrmmtt nfr4fwl -'- - (pttntMumW rt. No. i.aj.4;) ia turn ooji mtio tint Prograalv Agents Wanted Everywhere. New SHe aWok-luat Publksha.-FREE to mm r .li,,t- Ink Pranrul mt ailan mnA .t "; JTato nU I' to f.li. frank m3 ItoSarLtoi Mwr. 0.1 It ana fc- viid.l cnrractl, ia , mi a,k aurcbaa. Aah far aaar aitlriaa whaa wHtlnc. AOoraaa OAVINPOUT RICK 4k TILat COMPANY . ra au, H Ptawala. saa-y. Oavamport. laara home from the Jloline city hospital, haying undergone a successful opera tion. Mrs. Guy De Bourcey very delight fully entertained the Carnation club at her home on Tenth street Friday afternoon.. The time passed quickly and pleasantly in sewing and chatting. A nice, luncheon followed. Those who were present as invited guests were Mrs. Lee, Mrs. C. E. Roach and llrs. Morton Pinnell. f Mrs. Klizabeth Dowaggho has as guests Fred McCormick and mother, Mrs. Belie McCormick of Streator, 111. Mr. Easterly has been sick. The Woman's club will meet at the town hall next Friday afternoon for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year. Forest Tubbs, who recently took a position at the power house of the rail road shops here is ill with the mumps. Mrs. Mary Phelp, who has been at Mercy hospital, Davenport, the past two months, is improving. ANDALUSIA II Lansing Prairie du Chien Dubuque Le Claire Davenport River Forecast. For the next 4.8 hours: The Mis sissippi will continue to fall below Dubuque and a falling tendency will I prer.ll as far south a-i Muscatine by Saturday night. J. M. SHEUIEn, Local Forecaster. I Electric Fans and Motors BOUGHT REPAIRED REWOUND SOLD REBUILT RENTED D. C. WOODWORTH & CO., 1530 Sixth Ave, Rock Island, III. Leo and Lenora Wagner of Rock Island visited last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wenks. Francis Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dunn of Rock Island, visited last week at the home of his grandmother Mrs. Kate Owens. L. Steckman went to Rock Island on business Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Buffum and Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Hayes of Rock Island visited Sunday with their mother Mrs. L. Hayes. Rev. L. E. Ellison, Joseph Burgoyne and Charles Huntley went to Rock Is land and Moline Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Saunders and son visited Sunday at the home of Rev. J. W. Saunders. Charles Burgoyne Jr., visited Satur day and Sunday at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. G. Burgoyne. Charles has a position at Clinton, la., to which place he went Monday. Albert Simmons of Buffalo was a caller hero Wednesday. R. G. Thompson shipped ten market baskets of mushrooms to Chicago ednesday. Miss Pearl Stickman left here Wed nesday for her home in Muscatine. Measuring Earth's Rigidity. The theory that the earth is a hollow sphere filled with liquid fire was Ion ago discarded by scientists, and now, as a resu'.t of tidal measurements be ing made by the physicians of the Uni versity of Chicago, this belief is not only shown to be an impossible one, tut it is announced that the core of the earth is more rigid than the hard est steel. The June Popular Mechan ics Magazine explains the means by which the conclusion was reached. Aotlce of Publication. State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun ty ss: 'In the Circuit Court, to the Septem bcr term. 1914. Carroll S. Colegrove vs. Fannie Arm strong Colegrove. Affidavit that trie residence of the above named defendant, Fannie Arm strong Colegrove, is unknown, and that due and diligent inquiry to learn said residence has been made, and that upon such inquiry her residence could not b ascertained, having been Hied in the clerK s omce or the circuit court of said county, notice is therefore herebv given to the said non-resident defendant, Kannie Armstrong Colegrove, that the complainant filed his bill for divorce on grounds of desertion and asking for the custody of the minoT child, in said court, on the chancery side thereof, on the 13th day- of March, 1914. and that thereupon a summons issued out of said court wherein said suit is now pending, returnable on the third Mon day in the month of September next as Is by law required. .Now, unless you. the said non-resident defendant above named. Fannie Armstrong Colegrove. shall personallv be and appear before said circuit court, on the first day of the next term there of, to be holden at Koek Island, in and for said county, on the third Monday In September next, and plead, answer or demur to the said complainant's bill of complaint, the same and matters and things therein charged and stated will be taken as confessed.. and a decree en tered against you according to Hh prayer of said bill. x GEORGE V. GAMBLE. Clerk. Rock Island. JU.. Mav S. 1914. Miles Collins of Davenport, Iowa, complainant s solicitor Executor's Notice. Estate John Anthony, deceased. The undersigned having been ap pointed executrix of the last will and testament of John Anthony, late of th county of Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that sh will appear before the Hon. Benjamin Bell, judge of the probate court of Koc Island county, at the probate court room In the city of Rock Island, at the July term, on the first Monday in July next, at which time all persons having claiml against said estate are notified and re quested to attend for the purpose o( having the same adjusted. All personi indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the under signed. Dated this first day of May, A D. 191t ROS1NA A-NTHONT, ilxecutrix. Albert Huber, attorney. Conservator's Sale. State of Illinois, county of Bock Island ss. Rv virtue of a decretal order of th probate court of said county, entered C 'lie May term of said court. A. D. 1S14, on the application of J. b Witter, con servator of Nels Swanson, insane, to sell the following described real estate, f limeinir to said Minor, situated in ths county o-f Rock Island, state of Illinois, to-wit: Lots numbci' six O.1, sevemw. eight (Si. and nine (9, block two i.i Beecher's and Walsh's addition to tn city of Rock Inland; and also lot two l2 In block three 13) Mosenfie'.a's place in said city of Rock Island all in the county of Rock Island and state of Illinois. I shall, on the sixth day ot June. A. D.. 1914. at the east door ot th countv court house, in the city of Rock Island. In the county and state afore said, at the hour of 10 a. ra., sell all tSe interest of said minor in and to tne aia real estate at public auction. .erros of sale; cash in hand. j. F. v il rt Conservator for Nels Swanson, insane. II REALTY CHANGES II Peoples Savings Bank and Transfer company to Henry L. Hansen, lot 6, Glen Oaks, Moline. $650. Charles H. Pope, by executor et al. to F. JI. Railsback. Klrnwood. lot in Rfvervlew add.. Kast Moline: also part lot 7. b ock 1. Radder's 1st add. Kast MoliTie. $4,726.05. Mabel T. Taze to Nye Jordan, lot In se, nw, s 6 in Itock Island, fl.no. All the Argus. news all the time The Blaster's Sale. State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun ty ru in the Circuit Court. In Chancery. Foreclosure. General No. 7077. HJalmar Xchlcr, complainant. vs. William A. Olsen, Lillie Olsen. Grace M. vnscu. jiaroiu w . omen. Lydia Ann Ol sen. timer Edwin Olsen. the People's tiia oc nui company, ad ministrator. Cum Ttuvmeiiii Annv. of the Instate of Mary Olsen. deceased, and the I'ooples Savings Hank & Trust company, guaroian ot itarold w. Olsen l.ydia Ann Olsen and Elmer Edwin Ol sen. minor heirs of John A. Olsen and atary uisen. ootn deceased: defendants Notice Is hereby given that by virtue or a decree of sai 1 court, entered In the aoove emiiu-u cau.te. on tne tenth (loth) day ot April. A. U. 1914. I shall, on 1 imrsaay. tne seventh tth day of may, ji. u. uii, at tne hour of 10:16 o'clock in the foreuoon, at the cast door vi tne court noue In the city of Rock jBiumi in lata county ot Hack Island. to aatlsry said decree, sell at public .v,,uur lliagfltrSK DIUJtT IOr CR8U in nana, tne certain parcel or land, sit uate in the county of Rorfc Isalnd and state of Illinois, known aiwd described as follows, to-wit: Lot number one (1). In bl.avk number one (1). In Howard' uuiiiun iu me city ot Itock Inland, or u mucn mereor as mav he uffli .tit ... satisfy the amount of money herein before adjudged to be due to the corn- .awiiaiii. who letrai interest theroon and the costs In thta .. mn.t may be sold iCDaratetv without muu.i,i Injury to the parties interested. Mated at Rock I.Unn m day of April. A. I. lsu" -, . . JOSKPir K HAAS. M?",er,,,.n Chncery. Rock lslund Coun- i. ailiniMS. Axel Kohler. oooiplalnant's solicitor. this 13th Notice of Klnal Srttlemeat.' Estate of Joseph H. Chandler, di seased. Public notice is hereby given that ths und'-rsigned. Frederick Appelqulsl, ex ecutor of estate of Joseph 11. Chandler, has tills day tiled his Hual report ana settlement as such In the probate court of Rock Island county, ar.U nearlng on said report has been set for Alay 1!14. at 10 o'clock a. in., at which tuns persons interested may appeur and mass objections thereto, and if no objections are tiled, said report will be approve"! , at that time, and the undersigned will ' ask for an order of distribution, ana will also ask to be discharged. Rock Island. 111.. May , 1!14. FREDERICK APFEIjQL'IST. Executor of Estate of Joseph il. Chsna- ler. deceased. James W. Mauckcr. attorney. Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of a special execution ! sued out of tho clerks otlice of l" county court of Kock Island county, and slate of Illinois, and to me directed,' whereby I am ciMiinianded to make tn amount of a certain Judgment recently obtained against II. R. Olimoie In fa vor of New Harper Hotel company, corporation, out of the lands, tenements, goods and chattels of the said H. Citlmore. 1 have levied on the lollow mw described properly, to-wlt: The norm flfty-tlve tii) feet of the ast fifty " feet of lt number one 1 1 ). In block number two iZ. and the north sixty ttioi feet of tho west thirty 30) feet or lot number one 1, in block numtier two ta. in tho old town of Stephenson, now Rock Island, lit tho county ol Rock -Island and slate of Illinois. Therefore, according to said com mand. I shall xpose tor sale at puui"- auction. all rlB Ml. title and interest the above named H. K. Oilni.-re m and to the above described property, at 1" o'clock a. m., on Monday, the. 2ith day of Alay. 1914. at the east door of tn court liousa in Rock Island. nated at hock Island. Ill- this flrit day t .May. A. U. 1914. O. 1.. BKlEK. Sheriff of Rock Island County. AH (Oe Argus. news all the time Tu i .-V