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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 1904.
DO YOU NEED FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE?
It li do disgrace to borrow monrr, but rvrrfunr prefer tbrlr tr on
set loo private, ftblcb vre guarantee.
WE ADVANCE MONEY
On boaaeliold furniture, piaooii, Iioroen, nugons, or other iimocal prop
erty, qalrklj and without reiuoviox the property from your poHaranion.
Amounts from "It upuarJ.
A little ready money jast irkra you need it may nave your eredit
and good name.
LET US QUOTE YOU TERMS.
If yon cannot call here, write or telephone u, and we will Mend oar
confidential agent to aee yon.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
MITCHELL & LYNDE BLOCK, ROOM 38, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Office hours S a. m. to C p. m. and Saturday evenings. Telephone
West 1514. New Telephone C011.
CHANNON, PERRY 6c CO.,
Davis Block. Old 'Phone 1148. New 6148. 112 West Seventeenth St.
Chicago Dental Company
OFFICE 1617'i SECOND AVENUE.
and removal of nerves done bj us, and
the best and most careful treatment
fiven to all cases.
We have a patent thin elastic plate
ith natural gums that fit in all vases
nd when others fail. We use no cheap
material in our office for our work is
ell guaranteed to be equal to the high
est priced dentists and to be first class
In every respect. Notice our prices be
low, they are always the same:
Cement Filling .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 1607V, SECOND AVENUE,
Over Speldel's Drug Stora.
DR. S. C. MARSHALL,
Tri-Clty Transfer and
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 coat. A portion cf
your patronage Is respectfully
solicited. Satisfaction guaran
teed. New 'phone 5464. old 545.
Office, 215 Twentieth Street,
Rock Island, III.
are always secured from the
heating apparatus we install for
the reason whether the system
is steam or hot water we use
but the best and place and con
nect it most advantageously to
gain small fuel consumption and
If our estimate gains your or
der you can depend upon this.
UNROLL X5he FACTS
about miperlor interior decorntlonn and
yon will find them to consist of: Best
designs, artistic tints, quality of pnper,
wearing quality. All tliene excollenele
are open to the light in every foot and
yard of wnll puper we well, yet the
price" we mark up are not high enough
to Ncare the housekeeper of moderate
lueanM. See our samples and be con
vinced. We iiImo do II rut class painting,
and carry a full line of mouldings, etc.
419 SEVKXTKEXTIl STKEET.
New 'phone 5213. Old 'phone 721 2.
20th St.. 'Phone West 816, 4 rings.
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co Newark, N. J
Continental Ins. Co New York
Agricultural Ina. 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, Pa.
Security Ins. Co. ..New Haven, Conn
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. .Rockford, 111
Office, room 3. Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
J. M. BUFORD
The old fire and time-tried companies
represented. Rates as low as
any reliable company
YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED
"Up Agin" a Good Thing
a man when he commences to
patronize the American Steam
Laundry. "The best laundry I ever
struck Is what those who Indulge
in a little slang would say. But
entre 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
ling and artistic work are among
our tip-to-date methods.
AMERICAN STEAM LAUNDRY.
Twelfth Street u4 Fifth Atom.
Sam and Flora Logan, as they call
ed themselves, were before Magistrate
Finger again Saturday. Some weeks
ago they were there and claimed they
were married and had a right to be
living around together. The justice
had each of them taken from the room
while he questioned the other about
the wedding. "We were mariMi in a
church in the evening, with a big
bunch of our friends there, a. id white
dresses and a swell time," sai l "lora.
"We went to a justice's officj and got
married one day," said Sam. "Thirty
days apiece," said the court.
Herman Schroeder. of Burlington,
formerly stage carpenter with the
Herbert L. Flint troupe of hypnotists,
has been engaged by the Chamberlin-
Kindt company to act as stage mana
ger at the Burt is opera house during
the coming season.
"Fifty dollars and costs," said Police
Magistrate Finger, after hearing the
brief testimony offered in the case of
the city of Davenport vs. Peter
Schaum, charged with keeping a house
of assignation. Mr. Schaum gave no
tice of an appeal and an appeal bond
of was signed by Cicoc Koester,
Jr., owner of the hotel property. The
men who are under fire spy they are
oini; to fight the case and that they
'will show up the Davenport podce."
Friday night, in the apartments of
his sister. Mrs. Ella O. Bushnell Ham
lin, the well-known editor of tho Tri-
lent, in the Petersen block at Tiiird
ind Brady streets, occurred the death
of Jay Clarence Coney, the fatal ail
ment being a cancer resulting from
the kick of a horse which he received
several years ago. A peculiar incident
in connection with Mr. Coney's death
is that his father also died from -a
similar accident except that in his case
blood poiouing followed in the region
of the injury instead cf a cancer and
likewise resulted fatal!. Mr. Coney
iiiis born in Kalamazoo, Mich., and
was 4T years of aj;e at tne time of
his death. The only immediate suim-
vor is the one sister. Mrs. Hamlin, of
this city. The remains were shipped
:o (Hidden, being accompanied by Mrs.
W. ('. Temple, a man who has been
working us a farm hand near Linwood,
was sent to the Mt. Pleasant hospital
for treatment after a hearing before
the commissioners of insanity Friday
afternoon. Some physical ailments
have affected his mind, so that, as he
admits, he has "yielded to hypochon
dria." His case is undoubtedly one
that can be improved by treatment
His wife died several years ago. after
goin to an insane asylum herself, and
he told tile commissioners that he also
had a cousin who died in an asvlum
and whose son was there now.
A surprise was created in the busi
ness circles of the city Saturday by
the announcement that Joseph Ja
cobs, the well-known gents furnisher.
located at 111 West Second street
had failed with liabilities of about
$12. mhi. This announcement was soon
followed up by Mr. Jacobs executing
to the German Trust company a trust
deed to all his stock for the benefit of
the creditors. Out of the $12,mh) Ha
bilities about $:.4ih is due Lawrence
Jacobs for wages as manager of the
business. I'nder the law Mr. Jacobs
will be given 'preference for three
months of back salary and must share
equally with the other creditors for
the remainder of the amount due him
The creditors consist mostly of New
York. Philadelphia. Boston and Chi
ca.go jobbing houses. These creditors
are represented by Murphy & Suse
mi hi and Isaac Petersberger.
The plasterers of Davenport, Rock
Island and Moline enjoyed a joint pic
nic Saturday at Pillion's park in Bet
tendorf. and had a great time. The
ball game between Davenport and
Rock Island resulted in a score of 19
to ( in favor of Davenport in the
eighth inning, when Frank Foster
knocked the ball into the river and
the Islanders refused to play any
more. J. F. Caghan. the mascot for
the Davenport team, also proved
jonah for the Rock Islanders. Snyder's
union band - furnished the music and
a good time was reported by all. Dane
ing concluded the day's enjoyment.
The socialist party of Scott count v
has placed in nomination candidates
f "EQUATOR" 7
A cool collar for hot days. Per-
feet fitting absolute comfort.
1-4 Size: All dealers
CIO. r. IDE a CO.. . Umkanjf
CHE WING. v CANDY
G UM F TABLETS
DESTROY ODOR OF LIQUOR
OVOVS AND TOBACCO
NX-E Co. Chicago
- .wi!i:iiaiiiW.L''i II.IHIUIH '
for the various county and township
offices to be voted upon this fall. It
was the chief aim of the convention to
nominate candidates who had not in
previous years been placed in nomina
tion upon the socialist ticket. The list
of nominations follows: Clerk, August
Mienke; recorder, B. W. Wilson; aud
itor, George Nelson; attorney. Harry
Ireenburg; supervisor, A. II. Geb-
hardt; justices of the peace, C. Klehn
and Charles Anderson; constables.
Aug. Meier and H. Nehlson; trustee,
Jochim Wellendorf; clerk, A. K. Steele;
assessor, Hans Schaff.
The time given the Mississippi Val
ley Traction company by the village
of East Moline in which to have their
switches in the village planked ex
pired Saturday and according to no
tice served on the interurban officials
the tracks were to be removed if the
planking was not laid. Owing, how
ever, to a petition which is in cii
dilation for the removal of the tracks
one block south to third avenue from
Seventh to Thirteenth streets, so that
a number of bad curves may be elimi
nated. no action has been taken by
the interurban neonle or by the vil
lage board. The matter will rest till
the question of a track removal has
been definitely settled or at least un
til the next board meeting which if
to be held the first Monday in Septem
Chemist Brown, for the American
Steel and Wire company, of Chicago,
trom whom the city or Moline pur
chased the iron and lime solution used
in the purification of its water at th-
filter plant, is here from Chicago to
start a ten-day test of the plant. This
will be the third test made of the
water. Under Prof. Smitn ot lieioit
college the first test was made and
satisfactory results in clearing th
water were not shown. Then Mr. Jew
ell, chemist for the Jewell nitration
pnninanv. who built the plant, made a
tosit with suinhate of alumina. Thif
satisfactory in results, al7 save
expense, which is higher where
alumina is used, covered with
cost of the iron and lime solu
William H. Corns, the well known
local artist, has painted a picture of
historical interest. It is an oil pain
ing from a photograph taken of Libby
Prison before the war and before it
was used for the purpose. The picture
which may be seen in Knox's window.
has interested many of the old vets of
W .A. Jones, who has been with the
Implement Trade Journal of Kansas
City the past year, has purchased an
interest in the establishment and will
become assistant editor.
Mrs. A. E. Aronzon and little son
Arthur of Mason, Texas, are guests
at the home of Mr. Aronzon's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. I C. M. Swenson. of
2351 Fourth avenue. They were in
the wreck on the Itock Island road
near Altamont, Mo., but were among
the fortunate ones, escaping witn
only a severe shaking up.
Fred Boman, a Moline young man
employed at the Republic Iron & Steel
works, met with an extreme
ly painful accident, and one
which caused him to sacrifice a fin
ger. Boman was working one of the
big shears, used to cut iron and steel
sheets and rods, when he happened to
get a finger into the jaws of the nip
pers. The result was that the finger
was clipped off as neatly as the
shears would have cut a two-inch
chunk of steel.
By the end of the year of 1905 Mo
line will have spread its fame as "The
Convention" city as well as "The
Plow" city all over the union, and now
another convention is about to be in
vited. Moline Observatory No. 1 of
the North Star Benefit association
held a meeting Friday evening and
unanimously decided to issue an invi
tation for the grand observatory to
be held in Moline next year. The
meeting is held every three years, the
last one having been held in Syca
more, 111. There are upwards of 75
delegates who attend and many mem
bers and friends always are present.
It will probably bring several hun
dred strangers to the city. The ob
servatory will be in session for at
least two days and probably three.
The executive board of the North Star
Benefit association meets on Nov. 15,
when the matter will be acted upon.
Moline observatory No. 1 has now
passed its fifth anniversary and is
prospering. As a celebration of its
charter to those who wish to come in
the medican examination and member
ship eertifieateio be paid by the lodge.
It will only be opened during August.
The prospects are good for another
new modern business block to be
erected on Fifth avenue in the near
l ut ure. H. W. Plambeck. recently
interested in the firm known as Plam
beck & Berglund. has purchased the
property owned by A. A. Fjelendor,
the tailor, at 1315 Fifth avenue, for
the sum of $2,7uQ. The lot has a front
age of Cu feet and is 150 feet deep.
Mr. Plambeck was asked today as
to his plans of building and although
he did not admit he would immediately
build he intimated that he would prob
ably erect a business block in the very
near future. If a business block is
erected it will be a two-story and fitted
with all the modern conveniences.
Examine Dunlap, who discovered
the shortage In J. W. Warr's books,
is in the city. He scoffs at the accu
sation made by Mr. Warr In his state-
S From ttie
Ta,lcjioi Powder I
Sold by all first class druggists. Finest preparation made for
8 Nothing nearly so good. Highest grade preparation ever placed 0
s upon the market. Recommended and prescribed by your doctor.
GviaLraLivteed By Yovir
Demonstrated house to house. Watch for our canvassers.
Give Them An Order.
nient to his creditors, that the prose
cution was pushed for spite and ven
geance. Mr. Dunlap declares that nev
er at any time did he see expressed
any spite toward Mr. warr. .Never
until after proof had been laid down
showing the actual fraudulent trans
actions was there anything but the
greatest sympathy for the official
among the men at the head of the
Building and Loan association. After
that there was not such tender refer
ence to Mr. Warr as before.
Tips to TrcfcJelcrr.
$1.20 to Cambridge and return via
the Rock Island, Aug. 22 to 2G, on ac
count of Henry county fair.
$G.OO to St. Louis and return via
the Rock Island on Aug. 21, 23, 25, 30,
and Sept. 4. Try the new route.
Morning train leaves at S:03 daily and
evening at 7:15 daily except Sunday.
Are you going to Kansas City or
the southwest? If so, take the South
west Limited on the C, M. & St. P. at
10:30 p. m., or the early morning train
at o:30. xou will be assured of a
pleasant and safe journey.
Cheap rates to St. Louis, mo., on ac
count of the exposition, via the Illinois
Central. Tickets on sale daily. Best
service. Quick time. Write or call on
us for full information. City ticket
office, 329 Main street, Peoria, III. G
A. Smith, general agent. "Phone M,
go to Chicago
II you want to go to Chicago you
can take one of the C. M. & St, P.'s
fine trains and make an easy and rap
id journey. Trains for Chicago leave
Rock Island as follows : At 4:15 a.m.,
arriving at Chicago at 8:55 a. m.,
and at 11:50 p. m., arriving at
Chicago at 7:55 a. m.
Kxriirxlnn tn DtiltiiqiiF.
Sunday, Aug. 28, $1.50 round trip
C. M. & St. P. Ry. given under
auspices of the German Evangelical
Zion church of Davenport, Iowa, to
attend the 50th anniversary andGolden
jubilee of Iowa synod. Special train
leaves Moline at G:15 a. m.. Rock Isl
and at fi::?0 a. m.. Daavenport at C:13
a. m. Returning train leaves Dubuque
at 7 :00 p. m. for further particulars
apply to P. L. Hinrichs, Commercial
A Sweet Breath
is a never failing sign of a healthy
ftomach. When the breath is bad the
stomach is out of order. There Is no
remedy in the world equal to Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure for curing indiges
tion, dyspepsia and all stomach dis
orders. Mrs. Mary S. Crick, of White
Plains, Ky., writes: "I have been a
dyspeptic for years; tried all kinds of
remedies, but continued to grow worse
By the use of Kodol I began to im
prove at once, and after taking a few
bottles am fully restored in weight,
health and strength, and can eat
whatever I like." Kodol digests what
you eat and makes the stomach sweet.
Sold by all druggists.
IMMENSE TOBACCO PURCHASE.
Forty-Elxbt ThMiaad Dollar Paid
Vmr m Paaer I't Tobacco.
The biggest purchase of high grade
tobacco ever made In the west by a
Cigar manufacturer was made last
Wednesday by Frank P. Lewis, Peoria,
111., for his celebrated Single Binder
cigar. A written guarantee was given
that the entire amount was to be fancy
selected tobacco. . This no doubt
makes the Lewis factory the largest
holder In the United States of tobacco
of so high a grading. Peoria Tran
script, Dec. 21, 1902.
Cradle to the Grave g
( linnci-ry .oler.
f Illinois. Kock Island Conn-
lti the Mronit Court
her Term. A. 1 . l'.KM.
Flora M. Singleton vs
to the Sept em
Atlidavit of unknown residence of
Thomas Singleton, the above defend
ant, having been tiled in the oireuit
clerk's olliee of the said circuit court
of said Kock Island county, notice is
therefore hereby Kiven to the said de
fendant that the complainant tiled her
bill of complaint in said court, on the
chanccrv side thereof, on the 20th day
of August. A. I. I!t'i4. and that there
upon a summons issued out of said
court, wherein said suit is now pend
inK. returnable on the third Monday In
the month of September next, as is by
law required, and that on the L'Hth day
of August the complainant herein tiled
her bill of complaint and affidavit show
iiiff that upon due and diligent Inquiry
the defendant could not be found and
that his residence is unknown.
Now. unless yon. the defendant,
Thomas Sinpleton. shall be and person
ally appear before the said circuit court,
on' the tirst day of the next term there
of, to be Uoldcn at Kock Island. In and
for said county, on the third Monday in
September next, and plead, answer or
demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same and the matters
and things therein charged and stated
will be taken as confessed, and a de
cree entered aeuinst you according to
the praver of this said bill.
OKOrtCJK V. GAMULR. Clerk.
Kock Island. III.. A UK. L'. 1!04.
tJKOKtSK W. MOASKK1X. Complain
State of Illinois,
Rook Inland Coun-
In the Circuit Court, to the Septem
her Term. A. 1). 1!I04. Partition.
Georirc W. Walker. James U. Walker
and Francis Marion Walker, petition
ers, vs. Nancy J. Keaster. Mary Fil
bert. Martha Matthews. Mariu Ails-
brow. Hiram Walker, Rosanna Cole,
Martha Hazlewood. Geore W. Walk
er, Jr.. Fred Walker, Klizabeth Walk
er. I.oron Walker. Melvin Walker,
Margaret Walker and Harry O. Walk
Atlidavit of the non-residence of
Nancy J. Feaster. Fred Walker. Hiram
Walker, Margaret Walker, Harry U.
Walker, OeorKe W. Walker, Jr.. Iorou
Walker, Melvin Walker. Klizabeth
Walker and Martha Hazlewood, defend
ants above named, having been Hied in
the otlice of the clerk of the said cir
cuit court of Kock Island county, notice
is herebv sriven to the said Nancy J.
Feaster. Fred Walker, Hiram Walker.
Margaret Walker. Harry . Walker.
feorK W. Walker. Jr.. loron Walker.
Melvin Walker. Klizabeth Walker and
Martha Hazlew 1. that the said peti
tioners tiled their bill of complaint for
partition in said court, on the chancery
side thereof, on the l!Mh day of August,
A. I). 1!04. and that a summons there
upon issued out of said court against
all of said d"fcndonts. returnable on
the first dav of the September term. A.
I. Ii04. of said court, as is by law
Now. unless vou. the said Nancy
J. Feaster. Fred "Walker. Hiram Walk
er. Margaret Walker. Harry O. Walker,
fb'orue W. Walker. Jr.. Iiron Walker.
Melvin Walker. Klizabeth Walker and
Martha Hazlewood, shall personal
is be arid appear kef ore said
circuit court of said Kock Isl
and county. on the lirst day
of the next term thereof, to be holden
at the city of Rock Island, in suid
county, on the 19th day of September.
A. D. l!)'M.and plead, answer or demur
to the said petitioners' bill of complaint,
the same and the matters and thiiixs
therein charged and stated will be tak
en as confessed, and a decree entered
apainst vou according t' the prayer of
Dated at Kock Island. III., this 19th
day of Autrust. A. I. 1JM4.
GKOKfSK W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
M'CIAN AltA.MH, Solicitor for Peti
Wednesday, Aug. 24.
Oae Mickt Only
KII.KOV & 11HITTOVH
Marvelous Sensational Success
See the excltinp automobile rafs
I'he inot relllc Kallroad mc fur ever
p rod urrd.
FIVE BIG SPECIALTY ACTS.
Seat sale at theatre. 'Phone 224 west.
I'ulillciit ion Notice.
State of Illinois. Kock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court of said countv.
to the Septcmhcr term. A. I . 1!UH.
Flora J. Fisher. Mary S. Fisher and
Flora Y. Hamilton, complainants, vs.
Kdward Shocbridtfe; the unknown
heirs or devisees of K.l ward Shoe
bridKC. deceased; tin- unknown heirs
or devisees of William Wright, de
ceased; Geurne 1. Frysiutcer; Hurry
J. Fryshitfcr; William It. FrysiiiKcr;
Gcortfc Frysinjrcr; ltenjaniin Frysln
cr: liattie KryshiK'T; Janus Down
ing and Thomas Downing, defend
ants. Kill to Quiet Title.
To the above named defendants. Kd
ward Shoebridvre; the unknown heirs
or devisees of Kdward ShoehridKe. de
ceased: the unknown heirs or devisee
of William Wriyrht. deceased; George
V. Frysinscr and Harry J. FrysliiKcr;
and each of them.
Affidavits having been filed In the
otlice of the clerk of the circuit court
of said Rock Island county, that the
address of the said Kdward ShocbrldKrc
is unknown: that the names and ad
dresses of the heirs or devisees of Kd
ward Shocbridu'e. and that the names
and addresses of the heirs or devisees
of William Wright, are unknown, :ind
that said defendants. Gcorue 1. Fry
sinjrer and Harry J. Fryslniier. are non
residents of the state of Illinois, notice
is hereby Kiveti to you anil each of you
that the above name,) complainants
have tiled in said court their bill of
complaint asainst you. on the chancery
side of said court, wherein said suit
is now pending; that a summons in
chancery has been issued in said cause
against you. returnable to the next term
of said court, to be begun anil held in
the city of Rock Island, in said county,
on the third Monday in September, A.
I). 1!)04, at which time and place you
will appear and plead, answer or demur
to said bill of complaint as you may
Dated this 2th dav of August. A. 1.
19'J4. GKORGK W. !A M HI,K.
Clerk of Said Circuit Court.
MARION K. SWKKNKY, Solicitor for
Illinois, Rock Island Conn-
In the Circuit Court, to the Septem
ber term. A. 1). 1904. In Chancery.
Central Trust & Savings liauk. a cor
poration organized under the hanking
laws of Illinois, complainant. vs.
Third Methodist Kpiscopal Church of
Moline. Illinois, a religious corpora
tion, of Illinois. William J. Iaell
lielin, Ferdinand Home. George Hry
ner. Kdwln V. Stevenson, liclus F.
l'ickup, and W. J. Hannau. trustees
of the said Third Methodist Kpisco
pal Church of Moline, Jllinols; Zloti
Church Methodist Kpiscopal German
Society, of Moline, Illinois, a relig
ious corporation of Illinois, Itieilil' li
Mucnster, Fredrich Koenlg nnd Gott
hilf Gcornl. only surviving trustees
of said Zion Church Methodist Kpis
copal German Society of Moline, Il
linois, defendants. Foreclosure.
To the above named non-resident de
fondant. Kdwln F. Stevenson, trustee of
the said Third Methodist Kpiscopal
Church of Moline, Illinois.
Atlidavit of your non-residence hav
ing been filed in the office of clerk of
said court, notice is hereby given
you that the above named complainant
has tiled in said court its bill of com
plaint against you, on the chancery
side of said court; that a summons in
chancery has been Issued In said causo
against you, returnable, to the next
trm of said court, to be begun and
held in the city of Rock Island, in said
county, on the third Monday of Sep
tember. A I. 194. at which time and
place you are to plead, answer or de
mur to said bill of complaint. If you
Hated at Rock Island. Illinois, Aug.
20, A. I. 19" I.
GKOKGK W. GAMKI.K.
Clerk of Said Court.
SWKKNKY & WALK Kit, Solicitors
I'nbllentlon Notice Chancery.
State of Illinois. Rock Island Coun
ty. ss :
In the Circuit Court, to the Septem
ber Term. A. I. 1904. In Chancery.
Klsie Hoherty vs. John H. Uohrty.
Atlidavit that the residence of John
T'.. Johcrty. the above n.nmil defend
ant, is unknown to complainant, hav
ing been tiled ill the otlice of the clerk
of the circuit court of said Kock Island
county, notice Is hereby given to the
said John It. Doherly that the com
plainant tiled her bill ut complaint In
said court, on the chancery sld there
of, on the lith day of August. A. I.
1904. and that a summons thereupon Is
sued out of said court against Bald de
fendant. John It. Doherty. returnable
on the first day of the next September
term of said court, as is required by
Now. unless you. the said John H.
Ixherty. shall personally be and ap
pear before said circuit court of Rock
Island county, on the first day of the
next term thereof, to be holden in the
city of Rock Island. In said county, n
the day or September, A. I. 1904.
and plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant's bill of complaint, the
same and the matters and things there
in charged and stated will be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered against
you according to the prayer of said bill.
Dated at ItocK Island. III., this 1'Jtu
day of August. A. D. 190.