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TII15 AHOTJS. MONDAY, AUGUST 1ft, 1001.
HT is significant that
the very best is demanded, Ivory Soap is
used in the nursery. At the same time, in
hundreds of families vhere economy decides
the choice, Ivory Soap is selected. Thus its purity
attracts the rich ; its economy attracts the poor. High
quality and low cost: is there any better combination?
ORION WROUGHT UP
BY TWO SENSATIONS.
The Sherrard Bulletin says:
'Church circles in Orion aro some
what excited over what they claim to
lie an escapade of the pastor of one
of the churches. A prominent lady
of the village is also reported con
nected with the alTair. The pastor
may be oat of a job as the result if
the charges against him prove true.
A chuica trial is to be held to inves
tigate the matter."
Says the Port 15vron Globe: ' Orion
is on the verge of a high-class ican
d.il. Last week a professional man
whoee wife bad Ieen called to Denver
on account oT the death of her father,
receive! a letter from her liege lord
tilling her she need not Iks in a hurry
tr return home. From the tone of
the letter she became suspicious and
started on the net train for Orion.
On entering her home she found a let
ter on the table from another woman,
the w ife of a prominent business man,
suggesting ttiat the professional man
dispose of hi property at once, so
that ho could Hee with her away from
all that once was near and dear to
thjm. With this letter in her pos
sesion she pounced upon her nnsui
pcting hubby and spoiled 'the al
ready p'anned elopement and p s ii
bly the ruining of two homes and the
leaving of four children worse than
They can't help it; crabbed old
bachelors ard disappointed girls over
3)needlfocy Mountain Tea; carries
them back to childhood's happy home.
3 cents. T. II. Thomas' pharmacy.
N'cw School for Kock
J. E. (JUSTUS. SUIT.
Rock Island national Bank Building,
Corner K:ghtccnth St. and Second Ave, Entrance on Eighteenth St.
Fall Term Opens Tuesday, September 3.
All interested persons, prospective students and their parents
aro cordially invited to e!l and inspect oar quarters now being tilted
up in lirst-class style. Twenty-tive hundred feet of Iljor space,
rooms new. light and airy, clean, beautifully arranged with modern
conveniences New furniture, fixtures and type writing trachlnes.
New C'ure of Stud v, hlph-rade teachers, bet methods. I1KTTER
ADVANTAGE at LKSsf EXPENSE Cull or write for printed mat
ter explaining every thing. College Journal and llnd Hook Free.
Oilice op n fioru 8:00 a. m. to S:Gu p. m. Address Principal C O.
Dentlej, Brown's Basiness College, Uock Island, 111.
in homes of wealth where
GEN. REECE APPOINTED
HEAD OF FORESTERS
(Jen. J. N. Keece has been appoint
ed by the executive council of Mod
ern Woodmen commander-in-chief of
the uniform rank of the foresters' ec-
campment to be held at Indianapolis.
Ind., during the fession of the head
camp of Modern Woodmen in 190:5.
(Jen. Keece appreciates the honor and
will at once' begin tho work of divid
ing the foresters into brigades, bat
A FITTING TRIBUTE.
A CM lien of Rock Island Pays av Well-
The following public statement of a
respected citizen adds one more em
Tbatic indorsement of merit to the
scores that have appeared before.
Albert lSurton. of 210 Fifth-and-
a-half avenue, savs: "I had a
soreness across mv back nearlv all
the time and tho kidney secretions
were irregular in every way. When
I caught the least cold" it always set
tled in my back. I saw Doan's Kid
ney rills advertised and especially
recommended for my trouble, so I
rilled at tbe Harper house drug store
and got a box. After using two boxes
I felt almost like a new man. They
soon relieved the soreness across my
back, and regulated the action of the
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
rents, roster Milt-urn Co., isunalo,
N. Y., sole agents for the U. S.
Kerne m be r tbe came Doan's and
rake no substitute.
The first tiint only chewing
tobacco to be tjunritntmL
Jf nur itealrr hat not HW
More Jirtt, trmt ut it) cent
fur a pourui ptug.
M. C.WETMORE TOBACCO CO.
St. Louis. Mo.
Thm Innjrst initrpendent
Jtictory in si 'Ttcyi.
TEACHERS AT SCHOOL
Annual Rock Island County In
stitute Opens at Augustana
TWO HUNDRED AEE IN ATTENDANCE
Talk by Dr. Gustav Andreen
Corps of Able Instruc
tors. The annual institute of the teach
ers of Uock Island county opened this
morning at Augustana college, Both
the time and the place of holding the
Institnte this year are Jiuisual. The
custom has been to hold it in June
just after the close of the summer
term of school, and the change In this
respect was an eiperiment on the
part of Supt. S. J. Ferguson. Usually
tbe meetings have been held in the
high school, and its destruction by
lire made the choice of other quarters
About 200 teachers were in atte nd
ance today, many from the county
being, as uual. absent on the first day
of tbe session. The morning session
was attended mainly by city teachers,
many of the outsiders from the ends
of tbe county arriving on the late
Series of Lectures.
The plan is to make the Institute a
series of lectures before the entire
body of teachers, the hours being
from 9 a. m. to 8:25 p. m.. with an
hour and a half for noon. Supt. Fer
guson has secured a highly com fie
tent corps of instructors composed of
Frank H. Hull, of Jacksonville, on
geography and arithmetic; Sherman
Davis, of ISloomington, Ind , on life
relations and education, and Prof. E
L. Pbilbrook, of this city, on music.
This morning the session was
opened with devotional exercises by
President Andreen. of Augustana col
lege, after which the professor gave a
short address of welcome in which he
dwelt upon the beneficial effects of
teachers' institutes in the devep
ment of professional zeal and profi
ciency, lie pointed out the necessity
of the teacher knowing herself in
order to arouse the sympathy of the
The Daily Short Story
OUT OF IT.
When Mr. Jainea Aahtou Tarraway
was asked to organize a dramatic en
tertainment In aid of the choir funds,
he sinlled and accepted with alacrity.
He bad always taken an intelligent In
terest In tbe drama. As nn amateur ac
tor he bad never bad scope, bu: now
hi cbunee bad conn.
Rut at his first essay, flushed with
enthusiasm and fired with 1kik lie
went at otire to Invoke the aid of the
Would they help? Of eonrse thy
would. Further, thoy would wt tli?
Maxwell Smiths to help, ton. aud the
Maxwell Smiths were pplendid. esp
olnlly ftoorjre. Between t lis- Parkinsons
and the equally numerous Maxwell
Smltlm there were nn nllinnec- and n.
friendship of Ions standing, nnd it was
xtssUlt that one or two of the you n per
ineintiers. espeeially .'eorjre. iniKlit fur
ther eement it in tin blessed Ixtnds of
matrimony. So here Mr. Tarraway bad
his compnnj' made to bis band. So he
went home happy and dreamed of a
playbill whereon was written:
'"Konieo (sou to Montague), Mr. J.
And a little farther down:
"Juliet (daughter of fapulet). Miss
Agnes was -ertainly the prettiest of
the Parkinson girls. The Maxwell
Smiths were all good looking. esiM-elul-ly
Hut nt the very first meeting of the
alliance and Mr. Tarraway he saw his
hopes dashed. They listened with re
ftpoct to his statement that he was dis
jmjmhI to fly Bomewhat high. Hut they
were oppised to SlmkesH'iire. Jorg
thought the fairest thing would be to
put It to the vote. For Shakespeare
voted Mr. Tarraway from eonvietion.
nnd Miss I'arkinsou from tact. In
favor of a good old farce and some
thing sentimental to follow voted ev
And that was tho beginning of tho
end. Against the family alliance Mr.
Tarraway was powerless. They flat
tered him hugely, nnd the more they
flattered him the less did they do any
one of tbe things that he wanted. Wheu
It t-ame to tha selection of a piece. It
turned out that Jeoige had already
looked out two little things that he
thought would do. though he wished It
clearly to le understood that he did not
want to force them on anybody. The
first was that old fashioned, rollicking
piece, "Wooden Heads," full of fun and
always n success. The second was that
sweetly pretty little thing In one act
entitled "An April Ixve Story."
"Now," paid :eorgr "on one thing I
Insist. Mr. Tarraway Is organizing
this entertainment, and Mr. Tarraway
must have the right of veto. We all
value bis Judgment, and it must over
rule any opinion which we may form
This was agreed upon at once with
out a single dissentient vote, nnd Mr.
Tarraway was pleased. Then the two
plays were reud.
Mr. Tarraway did not like either of
them. They. were not Lis Idea of the
child she seeks to instruct. Supt.
Ferguson responded in a few words of
UU Has Opening; Period.
The first period this morning was
taken by Prof. Davis. lie shows how
the perfected system of education
works more and more toward the
life's center of the individual, basing
his line of argument upon the theory
that the tendency of the human race
is to retain the good through the
power of heredity and reject tbe bad.
The speaker illustrated bis very in
structive remarks with many illustra
tions. The remainder of the forenoon was
taken by Prof. Pbilbrook, who began
with the elements of music by organ
ising the teachers present into a class
and giving his instruction along the
lines he laid down for those whom he
Accommodations for Country Teachers.
Those of the country teachers who
desire to do so may take rooms at the
college dormitory, which has been
opened for them, and meals will m
served during the week at the dining
hall. The daily program during the
week will be as follows:
J. opening exercises; 9:20, geogra
phy. Hall; 10:10, intermission; 10:25,
life relations in education. Davis;
11:15, music, Philbrook; 12, noon;
1:30, arithmetic. Hall; 2:20, intermis
sion; 2:'M. life relations in education,
Djvis; 3:25, dismissal.
VOLLMER TO BE ONE
OF LABOR DAY ORATORS
Henry Vollmer, ex-mayor of Daven
port; Charles J. Searle and J. V.
Cavanaugh, of this city, and Dr. J.
YV. Morgan, of Moline, have been in
vited to deliver addresses at the tri
city Labor day picnic in Kock Island
next month. The committee on
speakers has an answer from but one
of the number, Mr. Vollmer, who has
The Kock Island Industrial Home
association, under whose auspices the
picnic is to be held, has a meeting to
night, when it is expected the com
mittee will be able to announce the
list of speakers, and further arrange
ments for the event will be perfected.
As has been the custom in former
years, there will be an industrial
parade in the morning, the picnic
festivities beginning about noon. Hu
ber's garden and the grove adjoining
at the south have been selected as the
legitimate drama; neither dfd they con
tain a good Tarraway part, as he had
conceived it. Hut he was made to un
derstand that If he did upset every
body by going against the majority nnd
vetoing these pieces he would be :i
poltroon, an ignoiiims a:ul a heartless
cad. He did not exercise that veto.
"'Of course," said tleorgo. "I don't
dream of asking Mr. Tarraway to take
any part in the farce. That Is quite
beneath his attention. It Is all very
well for us beginners, but I shouldn't
like to see a man like Mr. Tarraway
waste himself on it."
"I don't inind a little harmless fun."
said Tarraway feebly.
"No." said Miss Agues I'arkinsou;
"there must be n limit to your kind
As to the sentimental piece, there
was a unanimous err that !eorgo must
play the hero. Tall nnd handsome, he
would look the part to perfection. Miss
Agnes Parkinson said:
"I'nless Mr. Turrawav wishes to tlav
it himself. We must not forget that he
Is organizing this entertainment.''
Mr. Tarraway disclaimed any desire
to play the part, wherein he lied,
tlenrge accepted It on condition that
' Mr. Tarraway played the manservant.
which in fJeorge's opinion was a much
more important part than you would
think from hearing the piece read. He
has seen a great success made with It.
After the second rehearsal they nil.
especially tleorge. said that, though
Mr. Tarraway did the part to perfec
tion, it Interfered with his duties ns
stage manager. They could not ufford
to lose him ns stage manager. At the
next rehearsal he was asked to give up
the stage management, though for the
life of them they did not know where
to find another as good. The fact was
that liis clear enunciation and his
splendid judgment marked him out as
the ideal prompter. He resigned that
post later, when It was found that Mrs.
Minslow, who had taken 5 worth of
tickets, wanted It for her son. As
George said, with fine public spirit: "It
is not as if we were doing this just to
amuse ourselves. We must think of
the choir fund. Besides. Mr. Tarraway
has all the organizing to do, and he
will be wanted In front."
Finally Mr. Tarraway was selected
ns the right person to take the money
at the doors. In this capacity he did
not take much money, but had the
compensation of missing the entertain
ment. The net result was n debt of 0 2s. 7d.
And the vicar thinks that Mr. Tarra
way might have put a little more en
ergy Into It. The families agree with
him, especially George.
The laws of health require that the
bowels move once each day and one
of the penalties for violating tkis law
is piles. Keep your bowels regular
by taking a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach "and Liver Tablets when
necessary and yoq will never have
that severe punishment inflicted upon
you. Price, 25 cents. For sale by
What most people want is some
thing mild and gentle, when in need
of aphvsic. Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets fill the bill to a
dot. Tbey are easy to take and pleas
ant in effect. For sale by all druggist-
DIVER TO SEE PIPE,
Frank Rann, a Chicago Profes
sional, Comes at Behest of
EXTORT TO LOCATE THE TROUBLE
Council to Be Advised to Plug
Intake and Inspect Every
The health authorities will have a
proposition before the city council
tonight for the immediate inspection
of the intake pipe, in which it is
feared there is a leak through which
slough water is seeping and contam
inating the city supply.
The suggestion of the health de
partment is that the intake pipe be
first plugged at the mouth to deter
mine whether there is a break. If
there-is one the pipe will be examined
joint after joint until the break is
Frank Kann, a professional diver
from Chicago, is on tht ground at the
request of the health department. He
will conduct the examination of the
pipe. The method of procedure will
have to be decided by the council,
which will ba obliged to assume the
Are Alarmed Again.
The city authorities have been
speculating whether there is a leak in
the intake pipe since the typhoid
fever epidemic of last winter. It will
be recalled that both wells at the
waterworks were found to be defective.
Slough water was rushing in streams
through the walls and being sent into
the homes of the city. The result
was that the outer well was abandoned
and filled and the inner well was re
paired. Then it was supposed there
would be no further cause for fever
spread from impure water.
During the summer the demand
upon the water 6upply has exceeded
the capacity of the reservoir plant
and the consequence is that consum
ers have been receiving raw water for
the most part during the 6 p miner.
Now the health department, as stated
Saturday, has discovered a fresh out
break of typhoid, and has urged the
public to follow the same precautions
observed last winter in "boiling all
water used for domestic purposes.
STEPS ON MATCH AND
SETS HER SKIRT ON FIRE.
Miss Mildred A. Benck, stenogra
pher at the city clerk's office. Moline,
had a narrow escape Saturday on the
Odd Fellow excursion to Linwood
from a most serious accident. Her
dress caught fire and if it had not
been for her own quick wit and the
timely assistance lent by Elmer Oak
ley and J. Sundeen she would have
been seriously and perhaps fatally
Miss tiencK was one ol a merry
group of voung people who were talk
ing together. As thev walked alonsr
Miss Benck stepped over a match
which had been thrown on the ground
by a passerby, and instantly her
skirts were ablaze V ith rare pres
ence of mind she threw herself upon
the ground and began to roll over
and over while the young men seized a
golf cape and enveloped her with it
When the excitement was over she
was found to have sustained no in
juries. Another skirt was secured at
a neighboring house and she spent
the remainder of the day very pleas
The Harris Show Please.
The. New Era, of Lancaster, Pa.,
printed the following May 31 cm-
cerning tbe Harris show to be seen
here Aug. 23:
"The world famous nickel plate
shows arrived early this morning and
have pitc bed their tents at McGrann s
park for tooay. They gave a splendid
street parade this morning, which was
seen by large crowds all along the
line of march. Despite being here
after a holiday, the afternoon per
formance was well attended and not
one dissenting voice could be heard
from among the large number who
attended. The educated ponies, horses,
camels and elephants gave a remark
able performance. The show is given
in one ring, where one can see all
that takes place, and is much more
appreciated than one of the 3-ring
kind. Tbe acrobats, gymnasts, aerial
ists and riders were good. They give
another performance tonight and
those wanting to see a nrst-cl&ss show
should not miss this one."
Advertised 1.1 at of Letters No. 32.
List ot letters uncalled for at tbe postoffice
st Kock Island tor the week endloi; auk- 1".
Brlu. P'erce E. Mass. Charles
Htshestrand. Julia Neuber. Luuru
llurness. Arcadia OQman, Rer. H. (i.
DTid, Beniamin T. Pomer jt. a . K
IKxlK'e, S s. Paulseuin. Pauline
Kvaos Louie Resek. A. K
Ksrber. Molne Stewart. William T.
Criffltti, Ualtie !-mIlb. Mrs. F. A.
(.i'pattic Mrs. F. C. West. Kdicar
;aluttz, Henry Wenks. Irma
Johnston. Lors Wolfe, Susie
Miller, Joseph B.
When calling for advertised letters please
give tbe number of the list.
Thomas u. thomas. rostmasier.
To Smwm Her Child.
From frightful disfigurement Mrs.
Nannie Galleger, of La Grande, Ga.,
applied Backlin's Arnica Salve to
great sores on her head and face, and
writes its quick cure exceeded all her
hopes. It works wonders in sores,
bruises, skin eruptions, cats, burns,
scalds and piles. Cure guaranteed
by Hartz & Ullmeyer's diug store.
UlflhaS Sm ra Sm Boos
Children are constantly exposed to all sorts of dis
eases. The air they breathe is filled with germs, sewer
pas and dust from the filthy streets are inhaled into the
lungs and taken into the blood. At the crowded school
rooms and other public places they come in contact
almost daily with others recovering from or in the first
Stages of contagious diseases. You can't quarantine
against the balance of the world, and the best j-ou can
do is to keep their blood in good condition, and thus
prevent or at least mitigate the disease. You have
perhaps learned from observation or experience that
healthy, robust children (and this means, of course,
children w-hose blood is pure) are not nearly so liable to
contract diseases peculiar to them, and when they do it
is generally in a mild form. On the other hand, weak,
emaciated and sickly ones seem to catch everv disease
that comes along. This is because their blood" is lack
ing in all the elements necessary to sustain and build
tip the body. Toisons of every description accumulate
in the system, because the polluted and sluggish blood
is unable to perform its proper functions.
Such children need a blood purifier and tonic to give
Strength and vitality to their blood, and S. S. S., being a
purely vegetable reined 3-, makes it the safest and best for
the delicate constitutions of children. S. S. S. is not only
a perfect blood medicine, but is pre-eminently the tonic
for children ; it increases their appetites and strengthens
the digestion and assimilation of food. If your child
ren have any hereditary or acquired taint in their blood,
give them S. S. S. and write to our physicians for any
information or advice wanted ; this will cost 3-ou noth
ing, and will start the little weaklings on the road to
recovery. Book on Blood and Skin Diseases free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, OA.
George F. Schmale, Prop.
Which Will He Choose?
Among the hundreds of beauti
ful patterns in Carpets, Mattings
and Kugs you will be somewhat
perplexed, but when your choice
is made it will suit yeu, for hero
you will see gathered all of the
best things there are.
1702 and 1704 Third Ave.
Special Master's Sale.
Jackson & Hurst, Attorneys.
State of Illinois, i
Rock Island County.
In the Circuit Court. In Chancery.
The Honre KulldiBK and Loan Association.
Complainant, vs. Hat tin L. C. Vautrnn and I).
Kraiuer. ieneral No. Foreclosure.
Notice is hereby Riven that by virtue of a
Decree or said court entered in the above en
titled cause on the tith tlav of July A. D.. 1K01.
I Shall, on Saturday the :!lst day of August.
A. D . l'.tJl at the hour of Oce O'clock In tbe
afternoon, at the Kast door of the Court
House in the City of Rook Island in said
county or kock island, to satisfy said lecree.
sell at pub'ic vendue to the highest bidder for
cash, that certain parcel of land situated in
the County of Kock l.-land and State of Illi
nois, known and described a follows to-wit:
lietrinnini; at a point on the North line of
Section Kieht If) Township Seventeen (IT)
North of Ranee One m, West of the Fourth
(Uh) Principal Meridian which Is Two Hun
dred and Forty Five (245) feet K.usiof tne
North West corner of North West Quarter C-4 )
of the North Kast Quarter 4 of the North
Kast Quarter (',) of section KU'bt theDce
running South One Hundred and Seven ItT
feet to the North line of Hee Avenue, as
shown upon tbe Plat of Henderson's Addition
to South Moline, recorded upon page Nine CO
of Hook Four (4). of Plats in the hecorder s
Office at Kock Inland. 11 inois: thence running'
East a'.onp the North line of said Hee Avenue
Four Hundred Fifteen (41f) feet more or less
to the East line of the North West Quarter
Oil of the North East Quarter ('4) of the
North East (') of said Section Eight s:
thence tunning West along the isorth line of
said Section Eight. Four Hundred Firteen
(4lf) feet to the place of beginning.
luted at Rock Island, Illinois, this 31st day
July. A. U.. l'.KM.
Jatkson & Hcrst, Solicitors for Complainant.
W. J Entbikin.
Special Master In Chancery, Rock Island
1'nbllcatlon Notice Chancery.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County. 1
In the Circuit Court, September term, A. D.
Home Huilding and Loan Association vs. Mary
Jane Murray and William 11. Murray. la
Affidavit of non-residence of tbe said Mary
Jane Murray and William 11 Murray implead
ed with the above defendants having been,
tiled In the Clerk s ofllce of the Circuit Court
of said County, notice is therefore hereby
given to the said non-resident defendants that,
tbe complainant bled its bill of complaint in
said Court, on tbe Chancery side thereof, on
the itth day of December. IfOO. ard that thete-
upon a summons Issued nut ot said Court,
wnerein sum suit is now pending, returnable
on the first Mondy In tbe month of May there
after, and that thereafter, to-wit: on the 13th
day of August, A. D. 10, an alias summon;!
issued onto: sa'd Coutt, wherein said suit i;-
now pending, returnable on the third Monday
in the month of September next, as If. by law
required. Now. unless you. the said con resi
dent defendants above named. Mary Jane
Murray and William II Murray, shall per
sonally be and appear before said Circuit
Ccurt. on tbe first day of tbe uext term
thereof, to be holden at Rock Islttnd In and
for tbe sa'd County, on tbe third Monday in
September next, and plead, answer or demur
to the said complainant's bill of complaint,
the same and tbe matters and thing therein
charged and stated will betaken as confessed.
and a decree entered against you according to
the prayer ot salJ bill.
Oeokgb w. Ujimbt.b, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illino s. August l:t. IJUl.
Jackwjn & Hitk-st, Complainant's Solicitor.
Don't Be Fooled
Tsks tha genuta, riiaal
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made nly by Madison MmH
cine Co.. Madisae. W'U, 14
keep you well. Oar trti
mark cut n each pacs.fr
Price. 35 rents. Nevr
In balk. Acosre aw
I (a. AMB ' btu
T H. TtotnsSi sol agtnt-
for the Ladies
are now much sought at our footwear
headquarters. Coming to us for cool,
easy, elegant and fashionable shoes is
as natural as going to a tree for shade.
These pretty creations for pretty feet,
light and graceful as a waltz, have
awakened a fusilado of wistful glances
culminating in purchase at the neat
est little prices now offered in ladies1
oxfords and strap sandals in great
1705 Second Avenue.
Open Wednesday and Saturday
Special Master's Sale.
Jackson ii. Hurst, Attorneys.
State of IUInols, (
Rock Island County, i B1
, In the Circuit Court. In Chancery.
The Home Hui'ding & Ko.in Association, com
plainant, vs May Andrews. George A. An
drews. Alice Sayre. Cnarles A. Sayre. Jane
tJrlfnn. andCeorge U. irimn. Defendants.
Ueneral No. 4-Vt. Foreclosure.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
Decree of sa.d Court entered in the above en
titled cause on tbe 6th day of July, A. U. 1!H,
I sh.tll. on Saturday, the 31st day of August.
A. I). IW'l.at the hour of one o'clock in the
aftertfoon, at the Kast Door of the Court
House. 1" the City of Rork Island, in said
County of Rork Island, to satisfy syud Decree,
sell at pi. blic vendue to the bizhest bidder for
cash that certain parcel of Land, situate In
the County Of Kock Island and State of Illi
nois, known and described as follows, to-w it:
lxt No. Nile if 1 in lilock No Eleven P), in
that pari of t he City of Rock Island known as
Chicago or liower addition.
Dated at Kock Island. Illinois, this 31st day
Of July. A. D. IfOl.
Jackson a; Hut-'iiT, Complainant's Solicitors.
W. J. Entkiki s.
Special Master in Chancery, Kock Island
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of 'Kinois. I .
Rock Island County i'
In the Circuit Court of the said County t"
the September term thereof, A. D. mil.
Kertha Holen vs. WCson Holen In Chancery,
Affidavit of non-residence of the above de
fendant. Wt'.son Holen, having been tiled la
tbe clerk's office of the circuit court of said
county and state, showing that the residence
of tbe above named defendant is unKnown
and that due and diligent inquiry has been
made to ascertai i toe same, nmice is there
fore hereby given to to the said non resident
deferdant that the complainant has tiled her
bill of complaint In said court against you. on
the chancery side thereof, on the lith
day of August. A. D. 1:"1. and that there
upon a summons Issued out of said court,
wherein said suit is now pending, retum-ibie
on the third Monday in the month of Septem
ber next, as is hy law required. Now. unless
you. the said non-resident defendant above
tamed, Wilson Holen. shall personally be
and appear before tbeiaid circuit court on the
first day of the next term thereof, to he
holden at Fork Island, in and for the said
county, on tbe third Monday in September
next, and plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant's bill of complaint, tte same and
the matters and things therein charged and
stated will be taken as confessed, and a de
cree entered against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
Gbobue W. uambi.k. Clerk.
Rock Island. 111.. AuguKt 15. A. I J. IMOl.
M 'Cask kin & McCaskbix, Complainant's
State of Illinois. 1
Rock Island County. (
In tbe circuit court, to the September term
A. D 1101. Divorce
Mar McCarn, complainant: William McCarn,
To the above named non-resident defend
ant. William McCarn:
Affidavit of vour non-residence having been
filed In the ofllce of said circuit court, notice Is
hereby given to vou. that the above named com
plainant has tiled in said court her bill of com
plaint against you on thn chancery side of said
court: that a summons in chancery has been
Issued In said cause against you, returnable to
the next term of said court, to be begun and
holden at the court house in the citv of Rock
Island in said county on tbe third Monday in
September A. D. 1J01, at which time and Diane
you will appear nd p'ead. answer or demur
to naia 0111 or complaint ir you see nt.
Dated at kock island, Illinois, thla 27th dav
Ot July, A. D. l0l.
George W. Gambu.
Clerk of the circuit court in and for Uock
isiana county, uitnois.
SwnsiT & Walkis,
Complainant's b oil cl tors.