If no judge attends before noon on the day appointed for the holding or sitting of
a court or on a day to which it may have been adjourned, the sheriff or clerk may
adjourn the same until the next day at 10 a.m. If no judge attends on that day before
noon, the sheriff or clerk may adjourn the same until the following day at the same
hour and so on from day to day for 6 days unless the judge, by written order or telegram,
directs it to be adjourned to some day certain, fixed in said order or telegram, in
which case it must be so adjourned.
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