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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1904.
Eia It i n a P o w d e r
That "tired feeling" doesn't come to those
who use Calumet Balling Powder it braces
Calomel lj the onlg high-grade baling powder sold at o moderate price.
UM Beer is Goo
a tonic. The alcohol only 34 per cent is
an aid to digestion; a healthful stimulant.
Schlitz Beer is brewed with the extreme of
cleanliness cooled in filtered air and
every bottle is' sterilized.
It is one of the best things in the world for you.
It does not ferment on the stomach, because it
is aged aged for months in refrigerating
rooms before it is marketed.
gives you beer without biliousness. Ask
your doctor what he thinks about drinking
Schlitz beer. Ask for
the Brewery Bottling.
The BeerThat Made Milwaukee Famous
Chicago Dental Company
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the best and must careful treatment
giren to all cases.
r W hate a patent thin elasti plate
irTitn natural guu that lit iu all aes
cd when others fail. We use no cheap
material in our ctlice for our work is
ell guaranteed to be equal to the high
est priced dentists and to be first clas
In eTery respect. Notice our prices be
low, they are always the same:
Cement Filling f .25
Gold Platinum Filling .50
Silver Filling 50
Gold Fillings, $1 and up 1.00
Gold Crowns 22k, $4 and (5 4.00
Thin Elastic Plates 10.00
Best Red Rubber Plates 10.00
OFFICE 16074 SECOND AVENUE,
Over Speldel's Drug Store.
DR. 9. C. MARSHALL.
Trl-Cfty Transfer and
Q Fuel Co.
0 Hauling and moving of all
kinds, large or small at reason
able rates. Daily wagons to
Mollne and Davenport. We also
handle the best grades of hard
and soft coal. A portion of
your patronage is respectfully
solicited. Satisfaction rcaran
teed. New 'phone 5464. old 545.
Office, 215 Twentieth Street,
Rock Island, III.
The malt is a food; the hops
Phone 1014 and 5830.
Curse & Ohlweiltr Co.,
iAV4.il Klcvcnth St..
UNROLL 15e FACTS
nbout xiiperlor interior decoration and
you Tiill ft ml them to consist mtt Bent
iI-mIkum. artistic tiutM, quality of paper,
nrurlnc fiiully. All tbrae excellencies
nrc open (w the Hicht in every foot nnd
ynnl of v all paper c Hell, yet the
priori we mark up ure not IiIku rnonRh
to Hon re the housekeeper of moderate
menus. See our naiupleM nnd be con
vinced. We nlno do first i'Iiikk palatine,
nnd carry a full line of moulding;" etc.
PAHIDON (Sl SON.
41J SKVKXTKESTII STREET.
New 'phone 5213. Old 'phone 721 X.
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co Newark, N. J.
Continental Ins. Co New York
Agricultural Ins. Co New York
Traders' Ins. Co Chicago. 111.
Williamsburg Ins. Co New York
New Hampshire Ins. Co...N. Hampshire
North German Ins. Co New York
American Ins. Co, ...Philadelphia, Ta.
Security Ins. Co. ..New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. .Rockford, 111.
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The old fire and time-tried companies
represented. Rates as low as
any reliable company
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"Up Agin" a Good Thing
a man when he commences to
patronize the American Steam
I-aundry. "The best laundry I ever
struck is what those who Indulge
in a little slang would say. But
cntre nous If you want your linen
as faultless as when you first
bought it, in color and finish, we
will guarantee to do It to your sat
isfaction every time. Careful hand
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cur up-to-date methods.
AMERICAN tsTEAM LAUNDRY.
Twrlftfc Street mm 4 Flftk Arrave.
TOM TAGGARTS WAY.
Anecdotes About the Democratic
IIOW HE SOON SOLVED A PUZZLE.
A Sample of Ilia C1CTrrne at Sleight
of Hand Work One of Ills Political
Parade Xoveltlei nl Klndaesa to
an Old Irlihnomaii-Result of Com
part With a Drankrn Man.
Everybody in Indianapolis has a
story to toll about Tom Taggart since
his elevation to the Democratic na
tional committee chairmanship, says
he New York Tribune.
When Taggart was In St. Louis at
tending the national convention he
made his headquarters at the Jefferson
hotel. The passenger elevators were
jammed at almost all hours of the day
and night. On one occasion it was
necessary that he should do some work
at once in his room on the sixth floor,
and with the scores of persons righting
to get into the elevators the prospect
of getting upstairs without walking
was not good. Taggart soon solved the
"Come on with nie. to the freight ele
vator," he said to Albert F. Zearing,
"Can't let you in here," said the
freight elevator conductor. "You must
go to the passenger elevn-tor."
"But the hotel help rides on this
elevator," protested Taggart, n look
of sweet innocence mantling his face.
"Yes. but" broke In the conductor.
"Well," said Taggart, "I am the new
steward, and this" pointing to Zearing
"is the butcher. Now move up."
The conductor "moved."
Taggart is an adept at sleight of
hand and might have made a great
prestidigitator if he had turned his
attention In that direction. But he
devotes his talents as a "con artist"
in depriving his friends of their tie
pins, watches and the like nnd return
ing the articles after the victims have
been kept in hot water long enough to
satisfy Ids sense of the humorous.
One day Andrew M. Sweeney, presi
dent of the Indianapolis school board,
and a close friend of Taggart, was
Idling away u few hours with Taggart
and several other acquaintances at the
Grand hotel. While they were talking
Taggart uuide a move as If to brush
Sweeney's coat, and in the operation
extracted his diamond pin. It was
a. dull afternoon, and after awhile
Taggart suggested to half a dozen of
his friends, including Sweeney, that
they take a trip out to Fairview park,
a summer resort on an electric line
about four miles out of the city. They
boarded a trolley car and in due time
reached the park. Taggart then sug
gested that they walk over to a lealy
nook on the further side of the
Arriving there, Taggart assembled
the crowd close around him. and in a
grave manner began to address the
astonished Mr. Sweeney.
"Mr. Sweeney," he said, "we have
long been your friends, and you have
been so kind to us and have assisted
each and all of us in so many ways
that we feel under deep obligations
to you. We have therefore chosen this
occasion and adopted this method of
testifying our deep gratitude toward
you. I am commissioned. Mr. Sween
ey, by these gentlemen whom you see
about you to make you a slight pres
ent as a testimonial of our regard.
What I um nbout to present to you
is not wortli much in dollars und cents,
but we desire that you shall value it
by the spirit in which it is o.Tered,
rather than by the value of the gift."
By this time there v.as moisture in
the eyes of Mr. Sweeney.
"I now present to you our gift." said
Taggart. bowing and handing to him
his own tie pin. which he had never
I Hiring Taggart's second campaign
for mayoralty of Indianapolis he prom
ised the homeopaths a place on the
city board of health in the event of
his election. He received their sup
port, but when the appointments were
announced it was discovered that there
was no homeopath on the board.
A committee waited on him In a re
bellious mood to demand an explana
tion. "Did I promise the homeopaths a
place on the board of health?" asked
"You certainly did." retorted the
"Then you go back and tell them
that Tom Taggart is a liar," answered
the mayor, and the committee went
Taggart was always successful In
arranging novelties In the way of po
litical demonstrations and parades. On
one such occasion there was a float
learing a big hollow sycamore log,
with knot hob's in It and Democrat
sticking their heads out of every knot
hole. There Was a situ on the log
which rend. "The Woods Are Full of
Joe Reilly. secretary of the Demo
cratic state committee, said the other
Way back in 1VT7, when Taggart
was working for a railroad restaurant
in Garrett. Ind.. he received orders to
come to Indianapolis and work In a
restaurant then located at the Union
station. An old Irishwoman, a cook
la the Garrett establishment, was to
come on to Indianapolis also.
It was in the fall of the year when
Taggart end the old Irishwoman start
ed for Indian:!olis. They trok a night
train. It was cold, and the car was
xxrly heated. The old woman lecame
chilled and 111 from tbe'oold. and Tom,
then a husky young fellow, insisted
that she wear his coat. It would keep
her warm,' and he did not need It any
way, he assured her. He couldn't feel
the cold a bit.
When they -entered the restaurant at
Indianapolis next morning. Taggart
was In his shirt "sleeves," and the old
woman came behind, wearing his coat.
That was his first Introduction to In
dianapolis. They worked in the restaurant to
gether for several years. Then Tag
gart opened a place of his own and
1 ter went Into the hotel business.
Then he came out for office.
One day when he was out election
eering the old woman called him into
the restaurant where she was working
and said to him: "Tom, I'll never for
get the night you made me wear your
coat. Now you arc running for office
and will need a little money. Here,
take this, it's all I have, but you're
welcome to ft" And before Taggart
knew what the old woman was doirrj
she had placed n big roll of bills in
his hand. He had to argue with her
a long time before convincing her that
he did not need the money and would
not accept It.
Taggart has always been fond of
helping drink victims to get started in
the straight aud narrow path. One
day a certain Irishman who had been
respectable in his former days en
tered the mayor's office.
"I am sick and out of work," ho be
gan. "Yes, and you're drunk," interrupted
"If you will give me $3 to buy a pair
of shoes I'll never drink another drop
in my life," pleaded the unfortunate
"I ll tell you what I'll do," said Tag
gart. "I'll send out and get the shoes
for you. If I gave you the money
you would go and get more whisky.
Til give you the shoes on condition
that If you get drunk you are to bring
thorn back to me."
Taggart saw no more of Tat for two
months. Finally he showed up at the
office, drunk as a lord. Under his arm
was a package carefully wrapped in a
newspaper. lie unfolded the news
paper slowly and laid at the wonder
ing mayor's feet the pair of shoes.
"I told you that I would bring them
back, and I did," was all that Fat said.
REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN PLAN
Sacrmofol Men to Go to Their Native
Towns nnd Spenk for "Ticket.
Representative James A. Tawney of
Minnesota, who has been placed In
charge of the speakers" bureau in the
western Republican headquarters by
Chairman t'ortelyou. had a long con
ference with the president In the Wldte
House the othf night, says the Wash
ington correspondent of the New York
Fress. Several members of the cabinet
nnd Republican politicians were pres
ent. Mr. Tawney has a novel plan, which.
It Is believed, will work to party advan
tage in the campaign. It is to hrtve Re
publican members of congress and oth
er men in public life who have achieved
reputatioTi since leaving their native
town or city make a speechmaklng tour
of their native districts. This is ex
pected to lead to an influx of western
speakers, imbued with enthusiasm, to
the eastern and middle western states
where they were "born nnd raised."
In some instances, of course, eastern
Republicans under this method will be
sent to the west and south, whence they
came when young. The Idea has the
Indorsement of the party leaders and,
it is lelicved. will create unusual inter
est in many localities.
WANT CHINA LIKE AMERICA
Members of Bow Wodi Woy Society
Have Their Cues Cut Off.
The Row Wong Woy society is mak
ing considerable headway among Chi
nese residents in Washington, nnd, ac
cording to reports of Chinamen there,
the society is progressing in many of
the large cities of the United States,
says the Philadelphia Public Ledger.
The object of the Row Wong Woy is
to break down the superstition and
prejudices that exist in China nnd
make it like the United States, as one
Chinaman of Washington explained.
"Our people are too much filled by
superstition nnd are kept in ignorance
of their own country nnd what would
be for Its advancement," said the Chi
naman. "The dowager empress has
too much authority, nnd we would like
to have her deprived of much of the
power she now exercises."
That the members of the Row Wong
Woy are In earnest is shown by the
fact that they have decided to mark
their disapproval of one of China's an
cient customs by having their cues cut
off. The Chinese barbers in Washing
ton have been doing a lively business
in removing cues from their country
men and trimming their hair after the
It is said that 200 of the SCO China
men in Roston and a large number in
Philadelphia hnve had their cues cut
Chieken With an K.xtra Lee.
N. P. Whiteside of Cricket avenue,
Ardmore, Pa., recently had a large del
egation of Ardmore residents at his res
idence viewing Ardmore's latest freak,
a three legged chicken, says a Phila
delphia dispatch. The third leg is be
tween its two natural legs and bangs
under Its tall. Since the chicken was
hatched all the other poultry In the
chicken house have ignored the three
legged wonder, and it is obliged to trot
around on its three legs by itself.
Alomialam Shoes For Horses.
In the Russian army aluminium
horseshoes are said to have been tried
with good results. A few horses In the
Finland dragoons were first chosen
and shod with one aluminium shoe and
three iron shoes each.' The experiment
showed that the aluminium shoes pre
ferred the foot better than the iron
TO THE NEXT CZAR.
Alexia, you Alexis, what a luckless wlsbt
Thoug-h ytru probably don't know it. you
are born to be a cxar.
For you no drowsy croonlng-s when you
go to bed at night.
But cradle songs with motifs carried out
They will send you bombs for rattles that
will make the nicest noise.
But they may prove somewhat hurtful In
the. hands of baby boys.
Alexis, small Alexis, you have made- dear
For he's advertised "Boy Wanted," all In
vain, a weary while.
But don't fancy that your uncle will be
overwhelmed with Joy
When the throne he wants is collared by
a hairless, toothless boy.
So if nunky gives you candy, though it
tempting be and sweet.
Try It on some duke or baron ere a bite
you dare to eat.
Alexis, young Alexis, though it's likely
that you think
That ycu have all kinds of trouble learn
ing how to breathe and drink. -
Long before those small pink tootsies
have grown brave enough to walk.
Long before your mouth's eroded by your
land's three cornered talk.
You will nnd how up against it in this
world you really are.
And you'll wonder why the mischief you
were born to be a ciar.
Alexis, wee Alexis, dry those tears und do
You're not czar of all the Russi.is yet
awhile, old man not yet
And perhaps those tiny Jlngers lying there
In shell pink rows
May shed blessings on your people and
they need them, heaven knows!
Maybe you're the patient Moses that
they've prayed for for so long
To deliver them from darkness and from
greed and spite and wrong.
So curl up there in your cradle: what's
the difference what you are?
Who would scold a dimpling baby, though
he Is to be a czar?
James Montague In New York Ameri
can. VEGETARIAN SWIMMERS.
Their Triumph Over Meat Eaters In
Canadian Content. "
In a long distance swimming race re
cently across Toronto bay, In Canada,
from the Yonge street wharf to the
swimming club, on the island lagoon,
says the Toronto Star, there was fought
a battle between vegetarians and meat
eaters. The course was about two
miles In length, nnd II. F. Strickland
of Toronto, a vegetarian, made the
Journey in the record time of fifty min
utes. (Jeorge IL Corson, another vege
tarian, made the course In fifty-two
minutes. Two Englishmen had come
over to swim In the race sturdy beef
eaters from the land of roast beef but
they found the pace too fast and drop
ped out midway on the course. It was
a handicap contest, but in actual time
vegetarianism scored a decisive victory.
The race was not announced as a
contest between vegetarians nnd meat
eaters, but Messrs. Strickland and Cor
son resolved to give it that turn. They
entered. Like others, they trained. On
the day of the race their sole diet was
pea butter. For a week they reduced
their ordinary vegetarian diet to sim
ples, such as pea butter, peanuts and
raw fruit. Itefore setting out in the
race they informed the astonished meat
fed Englishmen, who were supposed to
be the lxst men in the contest, that
they were vegetarians, had eaten no
meat for years and intended to prove
the superiority of their diet.
They did it. As they glided through
the waves they were borne up by the
consciousness that they were vindicat
ing vegetarianism. To others it was a
race for glory. To Messrs. Strickland
and Corson it was an opportunity of
showing a meat fed world the. error of
its ways. They were men with a mis
sion. A great cause relied on them,
and inspired, fired by this knowledge,
they blipped through the water with
ease and made their meat laden com
petitors look like stationary objects.
A long swim Is one of the severest
physical tests to which u man can be
put, and in order to settle conclusively
the respective merits of pea butter aud
beefsteak another race, specially ar
ranged for the purpose, should be
brought about, two men a side, over a
two mile course. It would draw a
large crowd of butchers and market
gardeners to cheer their respective
The Czar's Dally Life.
Some interesting details of the czar's
dally life are furnished by the St. Pe
tersburg correspondent of the I.okal
Anzeiger. Itislng at G a. in., his majes
ty partakes of an English breakfast,
consisting of tea, bacon and eggs,
bread and butter and marmalade pre
pared by nn English cook. His majes
ty and the czarina favor everything
English, including the Rritish style of
living and bringing up thlMrcn. After
breakfast the czar smokes a very
strong Havana cigar and Indulges in
tobacco incessantly for the rest of the
day, although his doctors have warned
him that it is most injurious to his
health. At 7 o'clock he commences his
duties for the day nnd examines on n
average T00 documents. An English
lunch is served at midday, and English
only is spoken at this meal, so that the
conversation Is not understonl by the
servants. Idnner follows and is suc
ceeded by cards, the czar's favorite
game being the Itnssian wint, at whl h
his majesty is said to stake large sums.
Bedtime comes nbout 11 o'clock. The
czarina frequently reads an English
novel aloud to her husband.
Filter For I m pa re Water.
MM. Miquez and Mouchet have de
vised a new filter for impure or sus
pected waters from lake, rivers and
springs, says the London tJIobc. The
water is directed over a layer of fine
sand a meter thick, with gravel under
neath. The solid particles and bac
teria in the water are filtered out by
the upper layers of the fine sand, and
the water escapes freely from the grav
el underneath. The author consider
It well suited for the supply of pure
It appettta. Ua af strsaftk,
Mrrouaneu, headacha. aoiutlpanan,
td breath, fenoral debility, mut rta
tafa, and atUrrh (ha at sat ask ara
all 4u t lodlfMttan, K4a vya
tadirutlsa. TkU now s'laesvary ra
snt Cha aatural Juicaa af tflffwtlaa
aa Ihsy exist la a healthy stomach,
nblaa4 with the greatest knows leal
and reoenxtruotive propertlaa, 1 Kadal
Dyepepsia Cure does aet enh sure la
elf estloa and dyspepsia, but this famewa
remedy ewes ell stomeeh treublae my
alesntlnf, purtfytnf. sweetealnf sad
atreBfthealng the mueeue snemkraaea
Balasj the stomach.
DI0EST3 WHAT YOU EAT
SMwes HealtB ta the aiek
' a tr casta ta the Weak.
s ah. SI. 00 Si Koldlne 3K Seas
the trial aiie. welcs sella fsr ftOe.
teeerei. y B. . DeWltt e Os., Osleafe.
Pii Miration Mollce (lianrery.
State of Illinois. Hock Island Coun
ty. in tin" C'irc-iiit I'limt. to the Srptrm-lx-r
Term. A. 1 . lUnl. - In i 'li.i nrory.
Klsio liolierty vs. John 1!. Ixihcrty.
Atthlavil lli.tt the lishlence of .John
!!. l)oM'itv. tlit- altovf nani.tl K I . I ni -ant,
is unknown t rotnplainaiu. Iiav-in-
bft'ii tiled in the olioo of tin- t-lerk
of the eireuit court of said llix k Island
eounty. notifc is hereby triveii to Un
said John H. IolnTty that tin- com
plainant tiled lu-r hill of complaint in
said court, on the chancery side there
of, on the lPth day of August. A. 1 .
1 :04. and that a summons thereupon is
sued out of said -court against said de
feiidint. John II. Dohcrty. rituriiiilde
on tlie first day of the next September
term ot said court, as is returned by
Now. unless you. the -said John H.
Dnhortv. shall personally be and ap
pear before said circuit court of Itock
Island county, on the lirst day of the
next term thereof, to lie hold, n in the
citv of Ko.-k Island, in said county, on
the Huh day of September. A. 1 . 1!)04.
ami plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant's bill of complaint, the
same and the matters and things there
in chartred anil stated will lie taken as
confessed, a nd a decree entered anainst
you iin-di-iliue to the prayer ol said bill.
Dated at Kink Island. III., this 13th
day of Anirust. A. I). I!n4.
UKItt;i-: W. CAMDhK. Clerk.
SCIENCE PREVENTS BALDNESS-
The Fatal Crrm and Its Remedy Kon
Facte of Science.
It Is the rarest thing In the world for
x man ta bo necessarily bald. No mai
w hose hair is not dead at the roots, neci'
oe bald If ho will use Newhro's Ilorpi
Mdo, the new scalp antiseptic. Horpi
c'do destroys the perm that cuts the hair
off at the root; and cleans the scalp ol
dandruff and leaves it in a perfectly
healthy condition. Mr. Mannctt. In the
Maryland Iilock, nutte, Mont., was en
tirely haltl. In less than a month Hcrpt
side had removed the enemies of hair
growth, and nature did its work by cov
ering his head with thick hair an inch
lcnjr. and in six weeks ho had a normal
suit of hair. Sold by l-ndln drupplsts.
Send 10c. in stamps for sample to Th3
Herpicido Co., Detroit. Mich.
For sale by T. n. Thomas, druggist.
It's Quality That Counts
In coal it's quality that makes
heat, it's quality that retains, It Is
quality that makes possible con
sumption of 90 per cent of the
combustible part of it, leaving a
light, clean ash; lastly, it's qual
ity that lessens your fuel bill
you're not. paying for lirt. refuse
or unburn ables. The coal we han
dle, both hard and soft, deserves
all the good things we and our
patrons say for it. A ton will talk
as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZEP
Frank A. Fredericks.
Schreiner Shop. 1121 4th
Jobbing promptly done. Win
dow and door screens a epeclalty,
Satisfaction giiaranted. Ies:dence,
415 Eleventh street. Old 'Phone
west 824. '
otlre in lnrfltlon.
State of Illinois. Hock Island liui- 4
In the Circuit Court, to the Septem
ber. Term. A. IX 1!iM. Partition.
Ueorjre V. Walker. James 15. Walker
hhu l-raneis .Marion Walter, petition
ers, vs. .Nancy J. rYaster. Mary Fil
bert. Martha Matthews. Maria AJls
brow. lllrHiu Walker. Koanua Cole.
Martha I lazlev....a. Ueorite W. Walk
er. Jr.. Krcd Walker. Klizabeth Walk
er. Loron Walker. M K in Walker.
Margaret Walker und llarrv O. Walk
Affidavit of the n..n-i-. .i.)cm-e ,f
Nancy J. Keaster. Krcd Walker. Hiram
Walker, Margaret Walker, llarrv t
Walker. Ueor'c W. Walker. Jr.. I,. 'run
Walker. Melvin Walker. l-:i irt beMi
Walker and Manila 1 lazlcwood. dt tend-
nus s1mvo named, h.ivmtr been tiled m
the ottice of the clerk of the said eir
euit court of Itoi'k blniul i nlv. n :ic-
is hereby tnven to the said Nanev .1.
Vaster. FVed Walker. Hiram Walker.
Maruaret Walker. Harry t . Walker.
tleorne W. Walker. Jr.. I.oroii Walker.
Melvin Walker. Klizabeth Walker and
Martha Hazlcwood. Cat the said peti
tioners tiled their bill of complaint for
partition iu said court, on the chancery
sitle thereof, on the 10th day of August,
A. I. i:oi4. ami (hat a s. minions tliero
upon issued out of said court against
ail of -said dcfendoiits. returnable on
the tirst day of the September term, A.
I. 1H04. ot suid court, as is by law
Now. unless you. the said Nancy
J. Keiister- Krcd Walker. Hiram Walk
er. .Marjraret Walker. Harry O. Witlkev.
tJeorirr W. Walker. Jr.. I.oroii Walker.
Melvin Walker. Klizabeth Walker untl
Martha Hazlcwood. shall personal
ly be a ml appear before said
circuit court of said linck Isl
and countv. on the tirst dav
of the next term thereof, to be holdcti
at the city of i;ock Island, in said
county, on the lth day of September.
A. I. l!"M.aml plead. ausvcr or demur
to the saitl petitioners' bill of complaint.
the same and the matters ami tliuitr!.
therein charred Mini stated will be tak
en as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of
Hated at liock Island. 111., this lath
day of Auirust. A. I. 1!"4.
UKOKttK W. (iAMKl.K Clerk .
I.l'CIAN A 1 'A.MS, Solicitor for lvti
State of Illinois. Itock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court of said countv.
to the September teim. A. I . l!lu.
Klora J. Fisher. Mary S. Fisher and
Flora T. Hamilton, complainants, vs.
Mward Shot-bridge: the unknown
heirs or devisees of I Mward Shoe-'
bridge, deceased; the unknown heirs
or devisees of William WriKht. de
ceased: licorice I'. FrysiiiKer; Harry
J. Frys'ntrer: William It. Frysinjjer .
Ceorqe Fr singer ; lienjamlii Frysinn
er; II. title Fr siiiKt-r; James liowu
iiiiX and Thomas I wn i iik. defend
ants. F.ill to toilet Title.
To the above named defendants, Kd
ward Slioeliritlnf ; Hie unknown heirs
or devisees ot" Kdward Shocbritlnc. de
ceased: the unknown heirs or th-visecs
of William Wrlnht. deceased: tieorut
l. Frysinner unit Harry J. Frysinner:
ami each of them.
Atlidavits having been (ilcil in the
ollice of the clerk of the circuit eouil
of saitl lliiik Islam) county, that the
address of the said Kdward Shoebrldae
is unknown; that, the names and ad
dresses of the heirs or devisees of Kd
ward ShochridKC and that the names
and n dd rt-sses of the heirs or devisees
of William Wrinht. are unknown, ami
that said defendant. HeoiRe I. Fry
stnror and Harry J. Frysinirer, are non
residents of the state of Illinois, nolice
Is hereby triveti to you and each of you
that tile above named complainants
have tiled in said court their bill of
complaint against you. on the chancery
side of said court, wherein said suit
is now pemtiuK: that a summons iu
chancery has been issued in paid cause
atrainst you. returnable to the next term
of said court, to lie Iickuii and held iu
the city of itock Island, in said county,
on the third Momlay in S'-pl ember. A.
I . HUM. at which time and place you
will appear and plead, answer or demur
to said bill id' complaint as you may
Kated this 20th day of Auniist. A. .
l'l'M. HKOItCK W. liAMItl.K.
Clerk of Said Circuit Court
MAltlON K. SWKKNKY, .Solicitor for
Notice of I'lililientlon t'lianeery.
State of Illinois, Itock Island Coun
111 the Circuit Court, to the Septem
ber term. A. I. 1 !. Iu Chancery.
Central Trust & Savings liank. a cor
poration organized under the baukitiK
laws of Illinois, complainant. v-.
Third Methodist Kpiscopal Church of
Moliue. Illinois, a reliirious corpora
tion, of Illinois. William I'. Iaebe
lielin. Ferdinand Home, lirnriti' Hry
ner. Kdwin F. Stevenson, ISeius F.
l'ickup. and W. J. Hannaii. trustees
of the said Third Methodist Kpisco
pal Church ot Molme. Illinois; 'Ann
Church Methodist Kpiscopal Herman
Society, of Molme. Illinois, a, relig
ious corporation of Illinois, liiedrleh
Muenster. Fn drich KoeniK and tfolt
hilf lieoiKi. only surviving trustee
of said .mil Church Methodist Kpis
copal Herman Society of Moliue, Il
linois, defendants. Foreclosure.
To the above named non-resident de
fendant. Kdwin I-'. Stevenson, trustee of
the said Third Methodist Kpiiicopal
Church of Moline. Illinois.
Attidavit of your non -residence li.iv
illK been tiled ill Hie oltlec of clerk of
said court, notice is hereby Kiven to
you that the above named complainant
has tiled in said court its bill id' com
plaint ayainst you, on the chancery
side of said court; that a summons iu
chancery has been Issued in said cause
against you. returnable to I be iiexi
term of said court, to be ht-Kuii and
held In the city of Itock Island, in said
county, on the third Monthly of Sep
tember. A I. libit, at which time and
pla.ee you are to plead, answer or de
mur to naid bill of complaint, if you
Dated at Kock Island, Illinois, Auk.
20, A. I. F.MI4.
;Koi;t;K w. ti am hkk,
Cb-rk t.f Sail I'ourt.
SWKKNKY it W A KK Kit, Solicitor
Chnneery !t oiler.
Slate of Illinois. Hot k Island Coun
ty. ss :
In tin- Circuit -ourt. to the Septem
ber Term, A. I i;tti4. In Chaiicerv.
Flora M. Sinb-lon vs. Thomas Single
ton. Attidavit of unknown residence of
Thomas Single ton. the above defend
ant, having been Jlb-d in the circuit
clerk's ofh-c of the ald circuit court
of saitl It'x-k Inland eounly, notice H
therefore hereby priven to the saitl tte-
femlant that l tie complainant tiled lor
bill ol complaint in said court, on tin-
chanei rv sld- thereof, tin the IMith imv
tif AiiKiist. A. 1 . H4. and ttiat there
upon u numinous issued out of said
oiirt. wherein sam sun is now ieiii -
iiili. returnable on the third Momlav In
tin- month of September next, an Is by
law rei ill red. and that on Hie 2'.i h dav
of Auirust the complainant herein hb-d
tor bill of complaint and a ftiila vt t sho w -
iriK that upon tine anil rlillKt i,l 1 nt u I r y
the defendant could n t be fount! and
that iiis residence is unknown.
Now. unices you, the defendant,
Thomas SiriKb ton. "hall be and person
ally appear before the said circuit court.
m the (irst day of toe ntxt term there
of, to be hoolt-n at Hock If la rid. In and
for saitl cotititr. on lilt- third Monday In
Setiteiiitx r next, arid plead. anKwer or
demur to the paid complainant'" Mil "f
complaint. Hie mm- ami the matter
ami thirit: therein charged and staled
will be taken sis coiifensetl, anil a de
cree entered aicalnvl you aceordiiiK i'i
the prayer of this saitl bill.
OKOHOK W. HAMiil.H. Cl-rk
H'w-k Inland. Ill . Am. 2'. i:i4.
;KOiK W. MCASKIUN, Complaln
u lit Solicitor.
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