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THE AJIGHJS. 3IOXIXA.T. ATJ6USTI 21a 1899.
ITZrilSERVICE III WOODS
j UUIOU Ul 5
i Loss of Hair I
Dr. Sabonraud, the eminent French
Dermatologist, sajss that 90 per cent
of hair looses are the results of
microbes and the neglect of daa
drnS. The antiseptic action of
preparations kills microbe and
removes dandruff. Their constant
use for a period will, by acting:
directly on the hair tralbs, tarnish
nourishment, vitality and growing
power to the impoverished roots
and hair shafts, resulting in com
SOLO BY WRCOGrSTS.
r. H. THOMAS,
Comer Second Avenue and Seventeenth St
With a rich fruity flavor, and
and a snap and sparkle to it
tbat will take the cockles from
off jour heart and the liarn
1 acles oil year throat on a hot
KRELL t MATH'S
COLD AND REFRESH
ING SODA WATER,
Or their delicious ice cream
soda, with pure fresh crushed
. -' fruits. When jon are jaded
aud out -of sorts, try a glass
of our orange, lemon, or
wild cherry phosphate and
bee how it will resuscitate
KRELL & MATH,
Appetising Thirst Quenchers,
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Are.
Who didn't know whether
he could play the violin or
not, because he had never
tried? That man was de
lightful. He kept his soul
alive. He was not a man
who would tell yon he didn't
care for a pood cipar when
he had never tried one. One
single trial will convince
you that in no other store
in the city is kept so large
an assorfme ntjofth.e. fra
grant H&t&rias as at hej
Look for the big gold sign
over the door.
THOSE PRETTY LITTLE
Are JUST THE THING.
We make them girte yo
twelve diaereat positions ta
the dozen. Better onea with
eight, six. f oar. three and two
different positions In the doe
en. Allregvlaruy mounted
la the latest Onion, at
C, E, SMITH,
Opposite Harper Hons. Second Ave.
Meeting at TindaiPs
MUCH IUTEREST IS THE HLLTING3.
Old and Toaac Join la the Spiritual
Revivals, Which Kegta Early la the
Moraine and Contiaoe I'ntll Night
Sunday Echool a 'cw Feat ere la
Tindall's Grove. Aug. 21. The
Rock Island district camptneeting
opened with the usual son; service
Friday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev. Ed
die McOnilier leader. I be service
was followed by an elonnent and pow
eriul sermon hv Itev. J. w . warn
pastor of the Methodist churcli in
Sbefiield. A consecration service
Saturday at G:30 occurred the morn
ing prayer meeting, in charge of Rev
J. V. Frizzelle, residing elder of the
Rock Island district. The 8:30 ser
vice was conducted by Dr. C. O. Ma
CuIIoch. of Rock Island. Ibis series
of bible readings will be upon the
subiect of "The IIolv Spirit." The
doctor is thoroughly acquainted with
The 10:30 preaching service was in
charge of lie v. O. M. Dunlevy, of
Sheffield. Text, John. 14-16. His
discourse upon the holy spirit, the
comforter, was a sermon of unusua
thought aDd power.
The Junior league work is in the
hands of Mrs. A. R. Brown, of Ke
wanee. and at the 1:30 service the
juniors turned out and manifested in
terest in the work, ihe older loins
may learn many a lesson from the
manners and spirit manifested bv the
Rev. C. F. franc, of Sunbeam,
preached at 3 o'clock to a large and
Miss banders, ot ashinglon. 1. C,
led the spirited Epworth league serv
ice at 4:30. This meeting was large
ly attended, and the army of Kpworth
ians were not slow in showing their
Rev. T. J. Wood, pastor at La Fay
ette, was in charge of the 7:30 preach
ing service. i.pb. II. rl was the
basis of bis discourse. J his service
was well attended and good interest
shown, both dnring the sermon and
altar service which followed.
Sunday la Camp.
The rain early Sunday morning
found its way into many of the tents
and for several hours was a general
topic for conversation among tiie hun
dred tentboiders now on the ground
The rain cooled the atmosphere, laid
the dust and by afternoon the weather
was all tbat conld be desired.
The services of the day opened with
the 6:30 prayer meeting in charge of
Elder J. W. irizzelle. Although this
service came at the breakfast hour
Nearly overvone is on the lookout
for a frood thing. We have it here
If you are one of the great majority
read 'th is closclv. Below attached is
a little coupon insignificant looking
vet it is worth money to vou. Here's
You clip this coupon and come to
our store to buy shoes. Nobby shoes.
swell shoes, stylish shoes, serviceable
shoes yes, that's the k nd of shoes
wc sefl and with each cash purchase
your coupon represents -0 per cent.
ijr instance: Suppose you ouy a
pair of f 5 shoes, the coupon is worth
JO per cent or one-fifth, in other
words yon get the shoes worth regu
larly th for the coupon and four dol
lars or for a coupon and fl. GO you
get a $ '2 shoe and everything in pro
portion. Simple, plain, isn't it?
Most an-body will pay cash to save
twenty per cent. Do you see where
we grind our ax? No charges no
bad account, no books to buy, no
collector to pav, no losses conse
quence you make the saving.
Do you buy your shoes liere?
Certainly the above facts coupled
with the statement that our stock em
braces the newest creations in foot
wear are sufficient to warrant your
most earnest consideration.
No trouble to show shoes. No
trouble to answer questions about
shoes, we're in the shoe business.
Now here's that coupon:
DOLLY BROS.. ARTISTIC DTI-
SIGNERS OF FOOTWEAR.
This coupon Is good fori
per ceut of the cross am t
of any eab purchase at
the time of pureoaeou or
before august 31. Isvu.
Cut U mtt today, it rlll a appear RM
Open Wednesday and Satur
Dr. Willtsm- Indian Pfl
Ointment wi. ire Blind
Bleedine ta. Itduna
Flics. It absorbs the tumors.
m idavt tbe "-"'" at otkee. sets
OH fas a poultice, rues iootast rs
II lief. Ir. illiams'IndtsnPtleOinv
tn-nt is prepared lor i ies and ltca
Ibc of tbe private parts. Every boa Is
artrt of ri-e- eeats sad Sl-Oa. SIL' "iS
4ikUfUTURll iTop. Cievetead. oa
Boss by Jf F.
Progress of Methodist
I many left their tents to attend. The
elder had charge of the love feast
A new departure in the order of
campmeeting services was the Sunday
school at :50. A large attendance
gu pruuta.iu.t3 muuv ui iuo icssuu iir
Rev. G. W. Peregoy. of Preemption
preached at 10:30 from the text re
corded in Acts 6:5 ants Acts 6:24.
This war a masterly production and
worthy the best efforts of the speaker.
lie held the large audience under the
best of attention, and bis sermon was
gretly appreciated. The elder took
control cf the altar service, and this
was a season of profit to all in at
The Junior league at 1:30 was led
by Mrs. Brown. A large attendance.
the best of interest and a good spiri
were the results of this service. Mrs
Brown is a tine singer and favored
the juniors with many beautiful
Dr. Hunter, one of the itineran
mi listers of Methodism, and whose
name is a household word throughout
the denomination, preached at 3. Al
though now 89 years of age, he is of
sound mind and warm in spirit. The
text was found in Gen. iv:24. Many
usefni thoughts and practical teach
ings were received at this service.
A large and loyal body of Epworth
leaguers were present at 4:30 service.
Airs. Itev. j. a. Allord, ot MUiersourg
was leader. The consideration of the
regular topic was the subject of the
The song service at 7 was led by J
W. Frizzelle. The singing was from
the old Methodist Hymnal, songs that
were not born to die.
At 7:S0 Rev. R A.- Brown, of Ke-
wanee, preached from John xu:Zl
This was a grand sermon and two con
versions were the result of the service
Frank David, of Preemption is tend
Ihe boarding hall, in charge of Lit
tie. is doing nicely.
Preachers on the ground are Revs
McCulloch, Robinson, Wood.Peregov
McComber, , Brown, Hunter, Birch
Wood, Crane and others.
ODD REQUEST IN A WILL
Jobs Norman Stipulates That Fonr Horses
Draw Ills Hearse.
John Norman, a well known Ger
man resident oi Moiine. wno uiea
Wednesday, was buried Friday from
the home of his friend. Ulof Abraham
son. on beventb street.
People who saw the funeral proces
siou noticed tbat there were four black
horses ilrawing the hearse. Several
commented on the fact.
The explanation of this unusual oc
currence is lound 'in the will left by
the old man. It stipulated that four
black horses should draw the bearse
at bis funeral. There were other
quite unusual stipulations which are
interesting. The casket was to be
copper, covered with broadcloth and
hermetically sealed, and to cost fliO
the grave was to be lined with brick
and cement, and an arch oi brick was
to be formed over the grave, making
it both air and water proof. The
pallbearers were to walk alongside the
bearse upon entering tbe cemetery.
from the cemetery gate to the grave.
Uvvtng to tbe warm weather the
pallbearers decided to ride. The re
fusal of the pallbearers to walk was
the only part of the will that was not
To Ulof Abrahamson, a Moiine Plow
company employe, was left the task of
carrying out the old man s wishes
and he did it to the letter. For his
trouble he was bequeathed the entire
estate of the old man. It consists of
$ 3,000 to $4,000 in money, one acre of
fruit land on South Seventh street.
and some personal belongings.'
Mr. Aoruian left no relatives either
n this country or in Germany.
came down and returned
The packets Verne Swain, Winona
and Volunteer were in and out.
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at 6 a. m. was 2:15 and
stationary. Tbe temperature at noon
-A a Empty Back Cannot Staad ITprlcht.'
Neither can poor, weak, thin blood
nourish and sustain tbe physical sys
tern. For strength of nerves and
muscles there must be pure rich, vig
orous blood, liood s barsapariila is
tbe standard preparation for the blood
and its many remarkable cures and
tbe fact tbat it does everybody good
who takes it prove it Is just what you
need 11 you are weak ana languid.
Hood's Pill do not gripe.
gists, 25 cents.
Shake Into Yuur Shoe
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. It cures painlul. swollen, smart
ng, nervous feet, and instantly takes
the stingoutof cornsand bunions. It's
the greatest comfort discovery of the
e. Alien s toot-Jase makes tignt
or new shoes easv. it is a certain
care for sweating, callous and hot.
tired, aching feet. Try it today. Sold
by all druggist and shoe stores. By
mail for 25 cents in stamps. Trial
package free. Address Allen S. Olm
sted. LoRoy, N. Y.
Tetter, eczema and skin diseases
yield quickly to the marvelous heal-
T . -1 : : T e l . A
ltr UUSilLlCV VI IMUUCI illMUJ
from a prescription of a skin special
ist of world wide fame. 2oc.
Immediate relief from summer
complaint and bowel troubles. Mull's
Lightning Specific Doctors prescribe
it. It's guaranteed. 25 cents at T.
lit lixi Ym ton ILwan Bjt3
ELLS BEHIND BARS.
Former Rock' Islander
Trouble in St.
PASSES A WOSTHLESS CHECK.
Two Women, Each Claiming to Be His
Wife, Thraatea to Prosecnte Him for
Bigamy, for Which (Trim Ha Has
. Already Served a Term la the Pealten.
- tlary His Career Here.
Alfred C. Klls, who, while a resi
deut of Rock Island, cut rather a wide
swath and was credited with having
crushed a number of hearts among
the gentler -sex, and who eventually
found the local climate a little too
warm for him, and disappeared, has
been heard from again. lie is behind
the bars in St. Louis, where his past
has been revealed by women whom he
has deceived. He has been traced to
the Anamosa penitentiary, where he
served a term for bigamy, and it is
said that now he has no less than fou
wives living. The St. Louis Republic
'Alfred U. fclls, the artist wbo is in
iail awaiting trial on a charge of ob
taining money by false pretenses
seems to get deeper into trouble with
every day. .Not long ago two women
each claiming to be his lawfully wed
ded wife, determined to prosecute him
on a charge of bigamy. It is now said
that he has four living wives in as
many states. Ells denies that he is
tied up with any such number of
women, adding that he is divorced
from all but the last one tbe St
Louis woman, who is threatening to
institute proceedings against him.
About a month ago imis was ar
rested on a charge of passing a worth
less check on an iaston avenue gro.
eery man. Another check, said to be
forged, was taken bv a ladies' tailor on
Olive street. While Ells was awaiting
trial, Miss Esther Block, of No. 2325
Warren street, who was married to
Ells two years ago, became suspicious
and commenced an investigation.
In Carthage, 111., lives another
woman wbo declares she is Mrs. Alfred
Ells. When the St. Ixnis Mrs. Ells
learned of this she hurried to the war
rant oflice to institute proceedings.
Assistant Prosecuting Attorney John
son agreed to issue a warrant for big
amy as soon as the Carthage woman
should send her marriage certilicate
Yesterday he received it through the
mail. As soou as Miss iilock appears
at his bllice to swear to the warrant.
he said, he would issue it.
The Letter From Carthage.
In the letter from Carthage it is
stated that Eils is married to two
other women besides those interested
in the J present prosecution,- and has
served time in the Iowa penitentiary
on a charge of bigamy. Some years
ago he married a Miss Hudson, oi
Ro-;k Island, "a rynnection by mar
riage oi the niavor or the city, but
she deserted hiai upon learning tbat
be had a girl wife in Iowa. Later he
was sentenced to the penitentiary for
Following is the letter which
Assistant Prosecuting Attorney John
son received yesterday from t rank
Halbower, of Carthage, 111. the legal
adviser of the Mrs. KUs of that plj.ee
'By request of Esther Block, this
lay received, I send you, enclosed
herewith, the marriage certificate of
Mrs. Lora Ells, of this place, to Fred
C. Ells, now of St. Louis. You will
please preserve and return same to
me wben through with it.
As near as I can ascertain, tht
marriage oi Mr. tAls. to hist her Iilock
at St. Louis was his fourth venture in
matrimony. Mrs. Lora Ells, of this
Iace, ascertained after her marriage
to bim tbat tie bad been twice mar
ried before and had served one term
in the penitentiary at Anamosa, Iowa,
for bigamy. Upon ascertaining these
facts and the further fact that he
was untrue to her. she left him.
He at one time married a Miss
Hudson of Rock Island. She was a
relative of I rank Knox, then mayor
of Rock Island, who ascertained that
Mr. Ells had a girl wife in Iowa. It
was on account of this Iowa marriage
tbat be was sent to tbe penitentiary.
so I am informed, rraak Knox of
Rock Island can give vou the full par
ticulars should vou wish them.
His Alleged Divorce.
I noticed by the published re
ports tbat Mr. Ells claims to have pro
cured a divorce in lebin South Dako
ta. ' I can furnish you letters of his as
late as June. 1697, in which he says
he was not divorced. I inclose yon
bis last letter to Airs. Lora Kits, in
which he states that he had procured
a divorce in a southern state. Mrs.
Ells has long ago asked him at what
place the divorce was procured, but
could get no reply. Mr. Ells did not
leave here until November, 1636.
Any help by way of information that
vou may wish in this matter will be
furnUhed you on request.'
hen a Republic reporter visited
Ells in the jail yesterday afternoon
and asked him about his two former
matrimonial ventures, he smiled
Oh, you don't know tbe whole
truth,' he said. 'All you have is rumor.
was married to Miss Agnes Knox, of
Rock Island. III., on June 6. 181. but
he secured a divorce from me in
Greely, Col., over ten years ago. It
was her second attempt. I was never
married to an Iowa girl, and never
served a term in any penitentiary in
coy life. Miss Knox and I eloped to
Muscatine, Jowa, but returned to
Rock Island to be married, -baving
received forgivness by wire. All
these stories are circulated about me
by mj divorced wife, la Carthage.
The same thing was said about me
when I married her. ; I was -never
married to a Miss Hudson.
'After I was divorced from the
first Mrs. Ells, of Rock Island, 1
married Sara Selvage, of Carthage,
at the side of her father's deathbed.
We were to have been married a few
months later, but he became very
low, and asked us to marry before
him, while he was alive and could
give us his blessing. I was divorced
from her in 1896, but I prefer to keep
the place secret yet awhile. I don't
know why I married again, unless it
was because I got into the habit, for
truly, no mai ever had more trou
ble with his wives.'"
Ells was convicted of bigamy in
Davenport about eight years ago. He
was sent to the Anamosa peniten
tiary. He married Miss Hudson, who
at that time lived with her parents in
a large brick that stood on the corner
of Twentieth street and Pifth avenue.
Ells carried on his courtship there
while his wife and children were liv
ing in another part of the town. He
and Miss Hudson were married in Dav
enport, where Ells was arrested as soon
as his duplicity became known. Wife
No. 2 thereupon secured a divorce,
while No. t and her children moved
to Colorado, where she was afterward
freed from Ells. After his liberation
from prison he returned to Rock Island.
He carried his head higher than ever,
but he found 'that his friends were
growing scarcer every day and he
sought newer fields.
The account in tfie Republic is in
correct where it mentions ex-Mayor B.
F. Knox as a relative of Mrs. Hudson.
Ells' first wife was a stepdaughter of
Sam Knox, Mr. Knox's brother. The
ex-mayor was seen last night by an Ait
gis reporter. He' said "that he had
not heard of Ells since he left Rock
Island several years ago. He was not
surprised to learn that he was in
trouble again for there was nothing
too mean or contemptible for him to
Grccers Furnish at 15c.
A FOOD EXPERT.
It is a plain
up, destroy and cast
that, if we use
out, minute parts of the body each
day we must make good these parts
and rebuild each day or we go back
wards and break down.
Chemists have analyzed the little
particles thrown oiT through the pores
ot tne body and bnd fhosphate of cl
ash as the result of active brain work.
This must be replaced or nervous
prostration sets in.
Can we rebuild it with the drug
phosphate of potash?
Ao, for nature demands that ele
ment furnished as found in the grains
in fruits and in meat, and as prepared
in ner own accurate laboratory.
iood experts have utilized the
knowledge that brain matter is com
posed of albumen and phosphate of
ihev have taken tbe parts of grains
known to contain these elements and
skillfully prepared food for human
use. giving it the name of Grape-Nuts.
mis iood is ot delicious uavor. is in
coarse granules and ready cooked. It
can le served instantly with a' little
cream or milk, hot or cold, as pre
A distinct increase in mental power
is observable after ten days or two
weeks' use of Crape-Nuts.
aoiu Dy grocers at lo cents per
"Fole's Kidney Cure has been
tested and found to be all you claim
for it. I have been giving it to my
father and it is the only thing that
ever helped him," writes George C.
Hickock, Curtiss. Wis. .
Dog days. Don't run any risk.
Keep a bottle of Mull's Lightning Pain
Killer with you. Kills any pain in
stantly internal or external. Saves
life. Doctors prescribe it. 25 and 50
cents at T. IL Thomas' drug store.
August Clearing of Silverwear.
.Roger & Bro.'s Tea Spoons, extra
place or nickel silver, set of
w va. u a mi c:i , BCD Ul
ix, worth fl, will go quick
Odds and Ends in Sterliner Silver
pattern, finest plate Lettuce Forks,
Urea in bpoons, (Jold Meat
Forks and Sugar Tongs,
1.00 and $1.25 values for
Tea Bells, sterling Silver
bandies, value 5Uc, go it )C
just half jZJL
Vinigrettes. sterling silver
tops, very good value at
35c. go quick at.
Friendship Bracelets, solid
silver, for fastening hearts EZfar
to. value fl.00 CskJU
L. S. HcCABK CO
Cheap Cash Store.
Maud S.; Daisy or None Such flour, per sack $1.00
Strictly fresh eggs, per dozen 12C
Fancy creamery butter, the best, per pound only 17lC
Good country butter, 12Jc, the best per pound Jgc
Peach gutter, apple butter, plum butter, only IQq
Canned apricots, plums or gages, per can 12C
Nice pure lard, two pounds for 15c, or four for 2SC
Santa Clau: or Anti-Washboard soap. 10 bars for 23C
Package coffee, McLaughlin's X X X X or Aurora, only Qq
The best tea siftings of the new crop, per pound 30c
The best tine granulated-sugar, IS pounds for $1.00
Dry goods, notions, house furnishings and shoes to be sold at
cost price this week.
The Old Fashioned Pumps
Builds Mississippi Bicycles
To order from $35
see them, they are
113 and 115 West Seventeenth
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Hook Island, HI.
incorporated Under the
MOKEY L0AXED OH PEBS05AL CO
J. M. Buford, president,
John Crubaueb, vtos President.
P. Greenawalt. Castaler.
Becan business July t, 1WW, and occupy tbe
8. E. corner ot Mitchell Lynda's
Publication Notice Chancery.
State of Illinois. I
County of Bock island, f8
In the circuit court, September term, A. D.
Edward U. Krels vs. Wm. K. Stevens. Wm.
1. Stevens, tiertrurte Steven. Samuel C.
Hanna aotl Gen A. Darlintr. In chancery.
Aftldavlt of the non-residence of tbe e
fondantn. Wm. D. Stevens. Uertrude Steven.
Samuel C Hanna, impleaded with tbe anov-
defenrtun'K. Je. A. Darling and Wm. K. Stev
ens, havintr been tiled in int cleric's office
of tbe circuit court of said county, no
tice is hereby (fivrn 10 the said non-resident
defendant that the complainant baw filed bin
bil of complaint in said court, on the chan
cery sid tb-reof. on the fifth day of Auaust,
1HUW, and that thereupon a summons iiwued
out of Raid court, wherein said suit Is now
pending, returnable on the third Monday It tbe
month of September next, as is by law re
quired. Now. therefore, unless you, the sa'd non
resident defendants above named. Wm U.
Stevens. Uertrude Stevens and Samuel C.
Hanoa, shall personally be and appear be
fore said circuit court, on the flrt dv of
the next term thereof, to be bolden at Kock
Island In and forthe said county, on tbe eigh
teenth day of Septemlter next, and rlead.
anKwer or demur to the said complainant a bill
of complaint, tne same and tbe matte n and
tnlnxs therein charged and stated will be
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
atrauist you according to tbe prayer of said
Geo bos W. Gamulb, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. Aiu. 4. ls
K U. Ol vlk, Complainant's Solicitor.
Notice of Publication Chancery
State of Illinois, f
Bock Island County.
In tbe Circuit Court, September term, A. D.
rxiwarj 1$. Krc'n vs. J. Brooks Davis. Wm.
D. Stevens, Uertrude Stevens. Samuel C.
Hanna. and George A. Darling, in chancery.
amdavit or non-reftiaenuo or tneuereoaants.
Wm IP. Stevens. Uertrude Stevens aud team-
uei C. Hanna impleaded with tbe aoove de
fendants. J. Hrooks Davis and Geo. A. Darling.
bsving bern filed in ue clerk's oflice of tae
circuit court of m? d county, notice Istberef re
hereby glen to tbe said non-reideat defend
ants that the complainant tiled his bill of com
pialnt In said court, on tbe chancery side
thereof, on tne dm a ay oi August. tw.
and that thereupon a summons issued out
of said court, wherein said suit Is now bending.
returnable on tn third Monday in tbe month of
September next, as Is Dy law required.
Now. unless vou. thes.id non re IdMstdefend.
ant's above named, snail personal! be and ap
pear beforeaald circuit eou boa the hrstdsy of
the next term thereof, to be boidea at Bock Isl
and In and for thesaid county. oa the IHth day of
bevtember next, and Dlead. answer or demur to
tbe said complainant s bill of complaint, the
same and tbe mstters and things therein
charged and stated will betaken as confessed,
aud a decree entered agajutt you according
to tbe prayer of said bill.
UBosvog W. Giisu. Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois, august via. 19.
K. U. Gcraa, Complainant's boil cl tor.
1515 Second Avenue.
Arq rapidly being replaced by
Dumos of modern construction.
a i .
We make a specialty of this sort
of work, and want to furnish
estimates to everybody. We
have special facilities and we can
afford to give special terms.
112 West .Seventeenth Street
to $50. Call and
built at home.
Street - - -
- Rock Island.
roar Per Cent Paid on
LATERAL 0B SEAL ESTATE 8E0UBITY
B. S. Cable,
H. F. Hull,
R. W. Hunt,
J M. Bufore
Hnitaitora Jaokaoa Hurst.
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois, I '
Rock Island County.
In tbe circuit court. May term, A. D. 1890.
Rock Island Mutual Building Ion and Saving
Association vs. William K. Stevens, Lottie
K. Stevens, James W. Atkinson, Thomas
Iyness and William D. Stevens.
Affidavit of non-residence of tbe defendant,
William D. Stevens, impleaded wltb the above
defendants, William K. Stevens. Lottie K. Stev
ens. James W. Atkinson and Thomas L.yness,
having been filed In the clerk's office of tbe cir
cuit court of said county, notice Is therefore
hereby given to the said non-resident defend
ant that the complainant filed Its bill of com
plaint In said court, on tbe cbancery side there
of, on tbe twenty-ninth day of March, IHWtt, and
that thereupon a summons issued out of said
court, wherein said suit is now pending, re
turnable on the first Monday in the month of
May next, as Is by law required. Now,
unless you. the said- non-resident defendant
above named, William D. Stevens, sball
personally be and appea71 before said
circuit court, on tbe tirst day of tbe
next term thereof, to be bolden at Kock Island
in and for the said county. on the third Monday
In September aext. ana plead, answer or de
mur to said complainant s bill of complaint,
the same and fce matters and things therein
charged and stated will be taken as oonfessed,
and a decree entered against you according
to tbe prayer of said bill.
UaonuB W. Gambi-k. Clerk.
Rock Island, Illinois. July 7. A.-IJ., IHiW.
C H. Ucrxu, Complainant's Solicitor.
Estate of Anna Meyer, deceased.
. Tbe undersigned baring been appointed ex
ecutor of tbe last will and testament of Anna
Meyers, late of the county of Kock Island, stste
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice tbat
be will appear before tbeeounty court of Kock
Island county, at the county court room, in the
city of llock Island, at the October term, on the
first Monday In octobernext, at which time all
persons bavlng claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for tbe pur
pose of having the same adjusted.
AU persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to tbe
Dated this th day of July. A. D. 1800.
itousaT Msraa, Executor.
Executor's Not tee.
Estate of George Stodd, deceased.
Tbe undersigned baring eeea appoints! ex
eeutrix of tbe last will and testament of
George Stodd. late of the county or Kock Ial
and. state of Illinois, deaeased, hereby gives no
tice that she will appear before tbe county
court of Rock Island county , at tbe eounty
eourt room. In tbe eity of Kock Island, at tbe
Oetober term, on tbe first Monday la October
next, at which time all persons having
el alma against said estate are aotlfled and
requested to attend, rex tbe purpose of bar- .
Ing tbe same adjusted
All persons indebted to said estate aye raw
auesved to make immediate payment to tbe
Dated tbia Ztii day of July, A. D. 1100.'