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TILE AUGTJS, SATTJUDAY. DECEMBER 20, 1902
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K. II Gujer, Attorney.
9ia?e or Ui'-.oU, i
Rock Island Coucty, f8"
In the Circuit C'oj-t of s -Id county. In cfcac
e:rv -Fort-4?iOHure. Mo oi6 j
Kock Island Mutual Hi.IUl ne Loan Savlcg
Jelf Oesnrn and Acna Jessen.
Notice i beteoy Kiveu mat oy virtue of i
decr. e of sjIu Court entered lu the above eD
titled cause, n the lid d y of Octo
ber A. U. 1&C2. I sba'l. on Saturday, tit
Twenty ninth day of November. A D., 1WU
at the bour o' two o'ficc In the after
noon, at 'be north do r of th Court Rouse
In the I'ity of Kock Island, in sld Count.)
or Hook islano, to satisfy said a-ce, sell '
public rTdue to the biel en bidder foi
cash In hanr), that ceitain pircl of lar.C
situate l the ounty of liock Island, ato
state of 111 nols, known and descrlced to-
Hecii nincr on the east 11 e if Fortv-fo rth
gtirpt, in the city of nock fslanl, at a pol
e'Hht hundred and ninety s x ("i-6 fe torto
of tbenoith ii e of FiRhteenih venue (l)-tb
averue) in said l:y: tcence run enst, one
hundred aid twentv ( 20) fee : tnence ccrtfc
f orty-'hren 4:t) lee : fence west to tbe east
line of raid Forty fourth sirre ; tben e sout
aiong the es: ilue of said -tree' io the placr
of beeicrine: htlne a p rt of the soutbenst
quarter f!) pf tie r-crthwel; quarter (H) of
Kection No six (H) in to - m-blp seventeen
(IT) north range No. one (1) west of the
fourth P M
Dated at Moline I linols, this fourth day of
November. A 1 , liXri.
W J. Entbikin.
Master In Chancery. Rofk inland : ucn
E. H. UCTIR, ri. rnplalnai.t'u Sollcito-
Notice of Fablicatton i:horr
State of Tlllnol, l
Rock Island County, f
in tre circuit court.
A. D 1903.
To the J muary t rn ,
Kir ma A. Pearion vs. Bernhard
i l'ear03. Ir
The affidavit of non-residence of llernhardt
I'earson. the above deferdaot, having be c
tiled in the cick's office of the circuit
court tf said county, notice is therefon
hereby given to the said non resident de
fendant tbat the complainant filed ber bill
of complaint in tald court on the cfaa eery
side thereof, on the 9th day of -Aumjht, f
D If 02, and tb.tt ih'reupon a summons Is
sued out of said court., where n said suit
Is now pendlrg, returnable on the first
Monday in the month of September. A. I).
VJK, and that said caucras been continued
to the January term of stid court which con
venes In the clt of Rnek Inland, o-tintv of
R ck It land ard s ate of IiliQ.ts on the first
Monday In January next.
Now, unless you. toe sa'd non-resident de
fendant anove tamea, isert.hardt Pearson
shall nersonaliy be and appear before said
circuit court on the first day of the
January term, A. U. if 0.1. to be nolden at
Rock Island, In and for the said county, o
the first Monday In January next, and
plead answer, or demur to the said com
plainant's bill of cortplalct, the same and
the mat'era and things therein charged and
stated will betaken as confessed, and a decree
entered against you. according to the prayer
Of said hid.
Clones W. Gambm. Clerh
Datrd at Bock Island, IillooU, this 4th day r f
December, A. D , 1W)2.
McKnibt & MCeNlBT, Complainant's Solid
tors Admlnintrator's Notice
Estate of Joseph Fitzpatrlck, deceased.
The undersigned naviug Deer, tppuiiiu.ii i
mlDlstratrlx of the estate of Joseph Fitzpat
rlck. lateof the county of Rock Islnd. state o
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that u
will appear before the county eourt of Kouk
Island oouaty. at the county court room, lr
tne city of Rock Island, at the Feorua-y
term, on the first Monday in February
next, at whict time ail persons having
claims against said estate are notified and
requested to attend tor the purpose of hav
Ing the same adjusted
All persoiis lidtbted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dned thi 2lt dsT of Kovember, A. D. 1002:
Sophia Fitzpatbick, Adroiotatratilx
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands; has injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of Illi
nois. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO.,
rtte for liters tare. DAHVERS. ILL.
WHY HE MAINTAINS A BIG STRIPS
All the Knnifly Dnolpd io nidlne
and Drlvine-Wlilto Hamr Stable m
I!nj- Flr;oe nielstrln, Mr. Iloose
velt'n Favorite Moant.
The IJoosevelts arc fond of horses.
Every momlicr of the president's fam
ily old enough to stlt-k In the saddle Is
au ardent rider. Not In many years
have the hostlers and prooms In the red
brick stable almost hidden by vines
and shrubbery just south of the execu
tive mansion boon so busy.
President Uoosevolt maintains the
larjrest stable of any of his predeces
sors of recent years. His "string" in
cludes a couple of splendid junipers,
two carriage horses, two saddle horses
for ladies, a polo pony ar.d n diminu
tive "calico", pony. These animals are
all the personal property of the presi
dent and are separate and distinct
from the horses that are furnished by
the government for the oificial use of
The president's favorite horse Is
Ttleistt in, who has a wide reputation
as a juniper. He is a noble looking
animal, bein.vr a pure bay, with a white
star in his forehead. If President
Iloosevclt feels the need of some vigor
ous exercise, he calls for Iil'.;stciu and
orders his Australian saddle to be
placed on the horse's back. Then when
the president pets into the country an
exciting ride follows. Mr. Itoosevelt
Invariably selects a rough course
across country, including same pretty
stiff jumps over ditches ar.d fences.
Plcistetn is a noted jumper, having
cleared the bars at six feet. Last spring
the president was photographed while
tnking a i foot S inch hurdle on Plel
fftein at the Chevy Chase hunt course.
IJenown is the stable companion of
P.leistcin and is himself a jumper of no
mean ability. He is a si-al brown and a
trifle hirgcr than lileistein. He gets
over the rails at fi-ct inches with
out much difficulty. The carriage
horses are a well matched pair of bays,
named Judge and General. Yagenka
is Mrs. Itoosevelt's favorite saddle
Besides these the president still re
tains his old polo pony, Pdack Iia
inond. Although I'.lack Diamond has
much of the fire and spirit of former
THE PliESIUENT ON BLH1STEIN.
times, his sporting days are over. I'olo
is a little too strenuous a game for the
president t' indulge in. Then t-liere is
the little calico pony, Algonquin, the
property of Archie. Every day after
school he is taken for a canter. Algon
quin is only thirty-four Inches high.
Mrs. Itoosovolt's horses occupy, stalls
on the north side of the stable. In the
stalls on the souih side are quartered
ten animals that were, furnished by the
quartermaster of the army. They are
for the use of the ollicial staff of the
White House, four of them leing re
served for Secretary Cortclyou and As
sistant Secretaries I.oeb and liarnes.
For driving the chief executive's fam
ily have the choice of a brand new
landau, a brougham, a phaeton and a
surrty. The phaeton is art old fash
ioned affair and was made to order
for Mr. ICoosevelfs father.
In one corner of the harness room is
a big array of saddles, one or more for
each grown member of the family,
with half n dozen extra ones for guests.
The president alone has seven saddles,
including a new one recently received
from an admiring friend. The presi
dent's favorite saddle is a light affair
of English type ami is used when lie
goes out for an everyday canter. When
he expcts to do some jumping, lie
uses an Australian saddle, which is
equipped with heavy knobs on each
side, against which the rider braces
himself when the horse rises for the
Not since President Arthur's time
has the White House stable been so
well filled. Neither President Cleve
land nor President MeKinley Was giv
en to horseback riding. President Har
rison kept only three horses. President
Arthur had a splendid stable of thor
oughbreds, and his horses were a dis
tinct feature of the White House es
The Ilest Man Vncrrtalnty.
"Shure. Oi'm no partisan, Jerry
vote fer th best man."
"An' how c'n yez tell which wuz th
best man till aft her th' votes ar-re
counted, Dinny?" Colorado Spring3
Gaztftte.---' -'. - ' ' -
tM'W' t ' 1 1 w? ;-: , : tft Vt
TO WED A COUNT.
Romance of Scovel, Who la
Cousin of President Rooaevelt,
Miss Cornelia Roosevelt Scovel, whose
engagement to Count Max Cramer le
Pourtales, a nobleman of historic fam
ily and great wealth, Is a cousin of
Miss Cornelia Roosevelt Scovel is the
daughter of Chevalier and Mrs. Ed
ward Roosevelt Scovel. The chevalier
received his title from the king of Ita
ly, In whose dominions he has spent a
large part of his life. Mrs. Roosevelt
Scovel was originally Miss Maria
Roosevelt of New York.
Miss Cornelia Roosevelt Scovel Is a
handsome girl, tall, fair haired, with a
line complexion ami intelligent fea
tures. She is very accomplished, hav
ing a soprano voice that would assure
her a position as a concert singer.
Her fiance, Count Max Cramer do
Tout-tales, is twenty-nine years old and.
in spite of his noble blood, a very sue
MISS CORNELIA llOOSEVKI.T SCOVEL.
cessful lmsiness man. Tlie family is of
French origin and played an im;or
tant part in ancient French history.
Its various branches are now scattered
over the world, one being well known
in ilie United States. The count's fa
ther is Count Cramer, who descends
from one of the oldest noble families of
Zurich. Switzerland. According to a
common custom on the European eon
tinent. Count Max bears the name of
his mother, who was a Countess d?
Count Max's father Is now a wealthy
banker a;;d tiuancier of Milan, Italy.
The young man is in the same busi
ness, lie is a tine all around sports
man, lie has won many steeplechases
all over Europe ami ia also a good
oarsman ami swordsman. He is a grad
uate of the University of Iausanne, in
It was only last August that Miss
Scovel's brother, Frederic Roosevelt
Scovel. was married to Miss Vivian
Sartoris, daughter of Mrs. Nellie Crant
Sartoris and granddaughter of (Jcneral
( i rant.
The marriage, will take place at
Florence in the spring. The date has
not yet been tlxed. The event is one
which will interest a great number of
persons, for the bride and bridegroom
are well known on two hemispheres
and in circles political, fashionable,
commercial ami even scientific.
DEFIES STORMY SEAS.
What Cnitnin Donvle Clnlnin For
111k ew Life !.- t.
The newest addition to apparatus tie
signed for saving life at sea. which lias
Just been tested at Hover, England, is
said to fulfill all the claims made for it
by its. frrrHder. nptaiii Honvig, a Nor
The new boat is globular in shape
and will accommodate twenty persons
and provisions for thirty days. Water
is carried in four tanks inside the dou
ble bottom. Two watertight manholes
In the crown of the craft furnish moans
of getting into the boat. The pipe
3V- Mi '
THE IH)NVIO LIV3 SAVING BOAT.
which is set in the top acts not only as
nn air shaft, but also as u mast, to
which a sail can be attached when the
wind is favorable.
. Captain Donvig claims, besides ex
treme seaworthiness, that the boat can
not be sucked down by a sinking ship,
as so often happens with ordinary
boats. He also says that It cannot be
capsized and with manholes closed can
live through the most severe storm.
The inventor intends to Wait until a
big winter storm strikes the English
coast, when he will further test the
craft under the most severe conditions
v . .w ..w- iiiiiumi mr r,.,Mm
NEW SHORT STORIES
A Ilrave Soldier.
A story is goin:; the rounds about
Charles Richman. The incident of the
story is said to have occurred at a time
when Richman was playing Jo a war
drama just which the chrouicler does
The story involved two brothers,
southerners by birth, who became es
tranged through love of the same wo
man. The war breaks out, and one of
them Joins his fortunes with the Union
army, the other with the Confederate
forces. The crucial moment of the
play occurred In the third act. A scene
shows the ramparts of Vicksburg being
besieged by the Union army. The
brothers are In comma ad of the re
spective forces. The Confederate broth
er conies upon the stage, points out his
brother to his officers, denounces him
ns a traitor and gloats over their com
ing revenge. A cert In point in the
speech was the cue for the appearance
of a Union officer climbing over the
ramparts, followed quickly by his sol
diers. The curtain usually descended
on the victory of the Union forces, to
the tumultuous applause of the audi
ence. On the occasion referred to by Mr.
Richman one of the Union soldiers,
a little fat German, mistook the cue
and before ihe proper time climbed
over the ramparts and stood alone
against the entire Ccnfi derate army.
The audience began to giggle, but the
German was all seriousness and stood
with his gun pointed i t the Confeder
ates. At last, noting the laughter, he
looked behind him ami saw that the
rest of the supers were not in their
"Come on, you loafers!" ho shouted.
"We are getting licked!" Philadelphia
Gave the Commodore friendly. Tip.
S.'veral retired naval officers were
talking together and let the conversa
tion drift back to the days just after
the end of the rebellion when the navy
yard was at the foot of Washington av
enue, or Pine street, as that highway
was then called. Various anecdotes
were retold concerning the absurd situ-
i' TTM 1 - - --r
"OH, TIIEKE S LOTS OF TIME TO Willi.
ation that frequently developed through
the fact that politics rather than effi
ciency was the secret of success among
employees of the yard. No employee
with political influence feared for his
job. One anecdote had to do with Com
modore Marchand. tin- commandant of
the station. He was making a private
tour of inspection when he came across
a painter seated on a spar smoking o
pipe at on hour when he should have
been at work.
"What are you?" asked MarchaurL
"Painter." was the laconic reply.
"Why are you not at work?"
"Oh. there's lots of time to work,"
said the man, proceeding to refill his
'"Do you know who I am?" asked the
commodore, angry clear through by
"No," said the man. without the
slightest appearance of curiosity, strik
ing a match.
"I am Commodore Marchand and the
commanding officer of the navy yard!"
"Is that so?" asked the painter quiet
ly, between puffs. "Well, you have a
first class job, and I'd advise you to
hold on to it." Philadelphia 'Times.
The (tnotntlon Completed.
I'.ishop Fowler of the Methodist
church on one occasion found himself
opposed in conference very bitterly by
one of the other memlwrs and, after
listening to n lengthy tirade concern
ing the matter In question, replied in a
manner that seemed to make very little
impression on his opionent, who, aris
ing, stretched his arm in the direction
of the bishop, rolled his eyes upward
very solemnly and exclaimed:
"Hcliver me from the snare of the
"And from the noisome pestilence!"
added the bishop, rising quick as a
tlash and mimicking the roll of the oth
er's eyes and the stretch of the arm.
A Financier's Pan.
.T. PioiDont Mori-nti Charles
Schwab and several friends were at
Mr. Moriran's kennels lookimr over
some of the prize hunting dogs. Mr.
Schwab fell in love with u fine looking
pointer and asked Mr. Morgan the dog's
"That dog's name is Russell Sage,!
said Mr. Morgan.
"And why do you call, him Russell,
Sage?" asked .Mr. Schwab. -
"Because," said the great financier,
"ho never loses a scent." World's c
The Natural EfTeet.
"Just think! He swallowed his false
"And now I suppose he has a bttinjf,
pain in the stomach." Philadelphia
Bulletin. . ...
The Systematic Training of Women
to I'lay the Coward.
Perhaps it is not necessary to recall
to my women readers that thunder
storms, some of them severe ones, were
rife in almost all parts of the land dur
ing the summer. ISolts from heaven
shot forth in the eyes of men and wom
en alike. Men mostly did not mind
them. Women confessed with some
pride that they were "frightened almost
These thunderstorms were terribly
beautiful. Great chasms of midnight
blackness opened in the heavens, show
ing a crack of the light supernal, then
closed again with that awesome, ma
jestic roar which only Cod's own clouds
and seas ami winds can make. It is
the music of the universe very near to
one; that is all. That music and the gi
gantic electric telegraphing of the skies
till one with a sense of the glory and
power of 5od as nothing else can. The
soul that st'iises this can only stand
and gaze and worship during such a
Hut half the women on the earth are
chronic cowards. They may think
themselves devoutly pious and religious,
but no woman is a real Christian who
is afraid of the Almighty's most glori
ous works by land or by sea.
"Wasn't that an awful thunderstorm
hist night? I never was so scared to
diath in my life!" said one.
"Yes; I was frightened out of my
seven senses too. It was daylight, but
I pulled down all the blinds and lit the
gas. I thought that would save mc.
W hat did you do?"
"Oh, T.izzie and I were together in
our house all alone. We wanted to
run into Mrs. Smith's, whore there's al
ways some man at home, but it was
raining just awful, and we couldn't. So
we closed the shutters and windows,
pulled down the blinds and locked the
door and went into the closet and held
each other's hand till it was over."
"Weil, I don't think you were fright
ened as bad as momniah and I were,
anyhow," said a third woman compla
cently, as though the superlative de
gree of her terror entitled her to more
consideration than the others. She
called her maternal relative "r.iom
mah," though, she herself was forty
years old and weighed 170.
"Momma h and I wire in her room,
and she was telling me how to manage
Tom when the thunder began to crack
and the lightning to flash like I don't
know what. We wore so frightened
that we ran and jumped into mom
mah's feather bd, she on one side, I
on the oilier, and we covered up our
heads and lay there just shaking till it
was over. We were so frightened!"
Mommah is lean; her daughter is fatl
What a picture the two must have
made! The lady continued:
"The storm was so dreadful that a
washout stopped the trains at the junc
tion, and poppa h couldn't get home,
and there mommah and I had to stay
all night without any man in the house.
and we were just scared to death all
night. We went up to the third story
room and nailed down the windows
and put a chair under the doorknob
and kept a .bright light burning, and
we neither of us slept a wink."
The woman was not so handsome
that any bold, bad man would have
carried her off for her Ix-auty; neither
was she so rich that she was worth rob
bing along any line of plunder whatso-
ever. She could lift her own husband
he was a smallish man and swing him
around under her arm. yet she was, oh,
so f right enetl! She had simply leen
brought up to think Miotic timidity was
sweet ami womanly; that was nil.
When she was a little girl, if she and
her mates saw a friendly dog or ioace
ful cow at tlie roadside or if two or
three mischievous boys guyed them, it
was their wont to shriek "Yeep, yeep.
yeep!" and run like chickens, thus in
viting the very pursuit they were afraid
of. Elttle girls cry "Yeep. yeep, yeep!"
and run on such occasions partly for
the sensation of it. partly perhaps le
cause they really are a little frightened,
though not half so much as they pre
tend. If they were jeered and sneered
out of their fears, as lioys are, they
would net lie such cowards.
It is time to stop this systematic
training cf the feminine sex in cow
ardice. A woman is not generally so
strong and brave naturally as a man.
What then? For that very reason she
should have an education that will
make her body as strong and active,
her soul as fearless ami self reliant, as
Is possible. JENNIE WAVE.
J. M. BUFORD
The old Fire and
Rates as low as any
can afford. Your
patronage is so
licited. Charles E. Hodgson.
merican Ins. Co Newark, N. J.
N ew ork
.New Haven. Conn.
Traders Ins. Co.
Union Ins. Co. . .
Rockford Ins. Co,
Security Ins. Co.
tns. Co. State of Illinois. Rockford, 111.
Ofiice, room 3. Buford block. Rates
is low as consistent with security.
Big Four Route
On Icc. 21. 2". and l"0- and Jan.
1. l!)(i:;. tickets will be on sale between
all local points on the "Rig Four
Route." Cincinnati Northern railroad
an 1 I). !t U. railroad: also to many
point:-, on connecting- lines in Central
Passenger association territory, at
One and One-Third Fare
FOR THE ROUND TRIP.
Tickets will be goi 1 for return to
and including Jan. 2. I'.o::.
For full information and particu
lars as to rates, tickets, limit, etc..
call on agents Uijr rmir Route, or
address the undersigned.
WARREN J. LYNCH,
Gen'l Pass. v Ticket Agt.
V. P. DEI'l'i:.
Asst. C. P. & T. Agt.
AI.LKX M. NYE. T. I'. A., Peoria. 111.
Mimi.-r Miir in rrir on.
Pearlo &, Mars-hail a; d Jatko', Hurst &
Smtenl II Itiols t
Kock Isiand i o.-nt-
In the Circuit Oourt of bald Coun y. In chtt-e-ry
-tllce B enl'z vs. James Gu!n v, Dtrlel
uintv. Jr . Mrt!ret F ley. Mar Mcar
tby. J 's nine McHngb Den i'tllaghjra
and tiud CJ jiilv Nj 5115 I'iriitl'ia
Not ce Is her ot given tut b virtut. of j
decree of said Court, entered In th- bove en
titled cause o tb- hirte nth dav f o-cem
er. A I) 190-J I shall. ouS.t:rlav the a
enteentb day ! January a L) 1903 a- be
bour of two o'cioes in the ftemoon at the
csi do -r of the Four Bo se. 1- the l'yof
cck islai.d in said Coun y of Ro-k ..si and
tonici e aid decree, sel at public auctt n
13 tbe bih st anu r-est dder (provided tbe
d bid up m e . -h preeo r icl shl b-.
uuai t o a lfa.st t o-thl d- of lb vaiuatt
put u"i tbe same, ush .w.iby the report o'
be om ' in-i n s iifre u'me appointed bv
be c ri to at petition bre-) whl. t
Ksil sale sohI re m d oa the following
e ms- Co-baf in ca au the balance on
a .! dit of freru t wo to five v. at hi op
no ..f ih- pur.-h iser h ba'noe f ou -cha-e
" o ev to bt- leaif-ed o m rtgg3 vi
h I d i'i.r ba-rl and v bear o teres ar
th mieutM er cutt p raii.um.tb se c-r-iln
i.aroe; of a.u t-itune In to covin-y of
K. ci il and -tf or lliiooU at Q known
a-1 sor b-rl a fo lows, to v :
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eiv quarnr VO of se -lit-n wny 2P) hi h
Hess utn of n Peoria a'd Kock Isia1 o rjil
rona:andth wet a f ('fl f ibe iTth-asi
quarter m f sn.ciou ten y-t ire (if), nh in
tJ Lh.p N sv C'cen (T) n th langeNo
uiii i) wes of the fourth (lib) p-lncipal
A ho. those certain ra.-cel-or land, s'tuat
In the county of Henrv a- d state ll.laoi
kno n a d riled f 1 ow towit:
The estlilf t'i) f the tor hev" qio-r ei
(,)o iuhi N.i hi t (0) ndtheseu h
. !! er Ci) - f f.-c ion o nin te i (19):
d the ast b.i f c-i) of the ounw -t quar
ter '4)of -tc i n -o th rty (SO): a' d the
soulh-a' qa -r (4) of ih -nofbei t(ur
tr('i)o s;c on N nliet-n ( 4). no thr
no thwest .ju r er (H) f tbe sou hens qu r
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WCT.R I. HTBIKIH
M ster In Chan e y, ck island 'ou .ly, Iill
PKtH'E& VARsn-T.t. mp''t s l'rs
J.CKSliX. t'hST T IIKIRU i e''S o
n i-be CI i 'il.
ourt of sal t courtv to he
Juinr if m. ... iyc3
K nmaK Mangold vs timer fl Mo 'Id n
n inc-r ..
ffldavli of n-n-r sldence of de'endant. Kl
mer M' g Id. having been tiled In the clerk's
once of tbe circuit court of said county,
n itl.ie l vhw-e'or berenv given to tbe i0
nonresident defendant, that tn- complain
ant Sled ber lull of nomulalnt in saib court
.n the chare rj side thereof on the 19th
lay of -unrii, U , I o-i oJ that an s'las
sumnors lstued cut of said sun heieit
said lull is now pending, returnable on tbe
tlr-t-- Aonrtav in the month of January next,
aa Is by law required
Now unless you, the ad nonresident
defendant above named. Klmer II Mangold
hall oersonally be and apoear nefore the
aid circuit eourt on the first Mordaj in Jan
uary next, and plead, answer or de
mur to the said complaisant' bill of com
plaint, the sme and tbe matters and thiog
herein charged and stated IU oe taker
as 0onfe8ed, and a decree entered against
you according to the Draynr of said bUi
Gaosea W. QmsLI, Clr" Ulark
Rock Island III. Peeemoi-r 5. IS02
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Kocs 'sinr d County, f63
In the circuit court, to the January term,
. D 103
Elmer K. ICeyro da.
John n. Bowser. H" W Fox and C E.
Cn.e. gua aian ot Harry W. I'Vx
ffidavit of noo-residtu'e of the above
nmed defendants, Ilarry W Fox and C K.
Chase f.uaidian ot said Harry W. Fox,
h.ving wen nld in the C.crk's office
f too Cirntiit ourt ot said County, notice
is therefore hereby given to the said Don
r. sideot defenJan's that the complainant filed
his bill of complaint in said Court, on tbe
Cnanot-rv side thereof, on the 6th day of I)s
eember, IfXii. and that thereupon a summons
Issued out of said Court wherttn snld suit In
-ow pending, return-ble on tte Ofih day In
the month of January next, as u by law
required. Now, unless you, the sni.1 non rest
Sent defendants above named Harry W.
Fox and C K Chase, guard'an of said Uarry.
W. Fox. shall p-ronaliy be and eppear before
sa.d Clrouit t:ourt on the iint da of tbe
next enn 'hereof, to be nolden at Rock i&-
andlaand for the sa'd County, on the ilfth
da. in the month of January next, and
plead, answer or demur to tne said com
plainant's bill of complaint, the same and
the matters ana inlaws therein charred ami
stated wlil be taken as confess d. and a Ge
ar ee entered against you according o the
prayer of said bill .
I BO RGB W UtlTHT.K, Clerk.
Rock Island. El.. December b, 1900.
LiTjciah Adams, Complainant's Solicitor.