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THE AK6CS. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1900.
WOItKED TIIE AGENT.
THE GRAND PROMOTER TOO MUCH
CapL W. H. McComb.
First Illinois Volunteers.
Says He Was Cared by
DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS
Chicago, 111., Aug. 29, 1 600.
The Dodds nedicinc Co., buffalo, ft. V.
Oetitleiwefi: Durinjr ray campaign in Cuba I
vucompc lied to drink the unhealthy water of
that climate and country, which got my Kidney
in very serious condition. I began to take DudJ
Kidney Pill upon my immediate return home
and found them tab a aure cure for Kidney
Complaint, and recommend them to all suffer
era of thia terrible disease.
Dodd's Ki-lner Pill care all
Di&eabefcof the Kidney.
Sold by all dealer in medi
cine. l cents a bcxcrhix tc
for $2 50. Sent on rt-:eiil of
price 1t Tbe D'wlds Medicine
Co., Uuifalu, . V.
TIIK TRAVELERS' CVIDK.
Par.i.; Rail w a - Tickets
can be pim-hased or baggage
checked at i: I i. P Twentieth
street dfpnt. r I. 1. & 1
iTeoot . eorri-r K Tr.fi avenue und
Tb.rty-l.rsl street, i'ruim II 1'iomxer, mrcul
Ienver I .In. 1 1. ! ,t ( Uriah ..
Kt Worm. ltt.ijnTK.C.
Omaha ai.d lw--Mo;n'-s
JOt.aha ,v Miriiie .polls
O-nali.t jt l..rieiifi Kx
Jlienver. Lincoln Omaha.
fenver. I l-;eon a. n,uu
lies Moine I :x press
Kick 1s1.uk! ,v llureaii Ac.
St. Paul .V. Minneapolis
Denver. Kt Vr! n K f".
IKansasi itv t Joe . In r ! IHO d;h rt-.V) ani
JKoek l.-Uand.v Washington 1 1 :? im t 3 St prn
I'hlrago ii. lie Moines . t rj-l.S pin't prn
Rock Inland .tirrooidvn Ac ' f:. pn.'t T.-W arn
J Injuria .V. Rock -.land... 5.3i pm
tC'htcago. A Paver port I I; 7:' pm
Arrival. lepartiire. ttiallv. except Sut
l:i:ly e.-ept tturtl y. Aii other daily. Tel
5 0 an, IO.:t5 p'r.
f to ami W tj pic
."0 ani'Mllo prr
i an.' '':') air.
T V nn. i 1 10 pm
ll:.v pm i-:.v am
rl-' iu n.' rt.v; am
V 4 : pm v:i rati
..:rt ant- pen
!: arn I c i.i pm
T?'K::if ISLAND & PKORIA
itaiiway- Itepot First ave-
nue mid Twentieth street. M
A. I'alterson. 1 General Pa'-xen
ger Afcent Pa'M-nger trams
leave ... K I. a. I'. (Mo
line ivi-nuc) depot I've (")
minuteK earlier than time
Major Crofoot Ortcanlzea tbe Dirtary
Saauee Trait on a Capital of $,
000,000 aid Arcrpt. a Small In-
atallmrat of t'ath on Account.
ICopytisht, 1X0. by C. B. Lewis.
It was u canva.sHT for Tlje Life of
Napolrwn, price 3JX la calf, aul he
had scarcely esLibltcl Lis t-ainiilt copy
when ilajor "rofiot arose and touk
Lim iy tlif liaud and oxflairjii.tl;
"Just the uian I wanted t see of all
otlic-r8 In the world: I'.y Ueorse, L.ut
thin Is luck.'"
"I shall 1; happy to book your or
der." MJiUIiiirly repliet the canvasser.
'Will ynu take calf or luorotvo?"
31 f ilear man, continued the ma
jor, '"my name Is on a sisn at the door,
but it doeu't t-tate my business. Let
mo wiy to you that I am a jcranri pro
moter T entei prie. an organizer, a
cousolidater, an originator of some of
the most .--tupnuoii.-5 and friantic
sefienies of the country. You have
come to the riht man la the ri:;ht
'Will you take calf or morocco?"
'Six fitiipoiidous enterprises lu tlio
last tlx weeks one per week and
every one of tlic-m ttourid to pay a quar
terly dividend of 0" per cent bound to
do it. That's SlJi) per year, and I'd
like to see the diamond mines doing
Ix-tter. Six stupendous enterprises
originated, capitalized and floated, anil
now comes the seventh. Fortune must
have directed your footsteps. I am
oiu;r to take you In. Yes. sir. I'll give
you a show compared to winch the
'Life of Naioleou" can't be mentioned.
Ix't me congratulate you, sir let me
shake hands with another newborn
'Y-e-s, but how about tlio book.
rnnjor?" was asked.
"You have heard of the dietary
pausnce, of course," paid the major as
lie walked to and fro; "Invented by
accident by one of the preat-.-st chefs
in America, and. as he had no idea of
what a pood thinir he hail struck. I
bouglit his rlht, title and interest for
How Kiprrori Drop Hca.
""While coming from Chicago last
week." said a prominent business man
to a Mail and fxpress retrtT. "I no
ticed a i-c-uliar railroad custom which
Interested uie conMilerably. I hap
pen to be iu tiie last car of the lim
ited when the train stopped in a deso
late st.ut between stations. -The rear
brakeman. of course, dropped oflf and
went down the track with a flag to
warn any tmin that miUt le followin
ns. In a mouieiit or two we started up
apain. but minus the Lrakeman.
wondered at this, but was still more
surprise! later on to see the same
thin? repeated when we wore obliged
to stop on account of a threatened hot
box. li.on Inquiry I found that this
was the custom on fast trains. 'Some
times, if we have lots of time. said the
conductor, 'we whistle for the men to
come fu. but in mosc cases we leave
them to le picked up by the next train
or to walk to the nearest station.'
" T-nt isn't that rather hard on the
men? I asked. 'Oh. it s an part or me
business,' lie replied. 'I have known
of cases where men dropped off In this
'tray were frozen to death or waylaid
by tramps, but the railroads have to
make the t'mc. and thnt's why it is
done. I have seen trains running wttn
only a conductor aboard them at times
because the rest of the crew had been
left behind in just this way. "
I Ltvr. akhiv
SprVlleid, C'lijciaiiatl, i'ti-.
r!a. ete 1
IVorU. ripriiiiriteld. Hi L
St. l-i:s KxpruMs
Peorta. i-printrilcld. Clneiu-
PeorU Acciirn FreK'ht
I'ahle A ecorriiiiixlaiion
i'al'le A. Sherranl Aec.im. ..
'al)le A. S.l.err.vnl At:Tom. .
CaHe c Sin mini .(i"-'Hti
" in air.
I ii pm
7 'i prn
b 'O an.
lO JO pm
h .A prr
- -ii pii.
Trains marked dalv ail other trains dallv
cxeept .Sunday. The - IS p. m. tra'n carries
thromrli sleeper to St Loins, arriv::::; tl.ere
7 J.- a ui.
J)A VKNIUKT. HOCK ISI
and .v Northwestern rail
way. I'tovi-Mirr st ltion K
I. .V P depot. Tweri'leth
street. I. K Merry 1 i. P. A .
1 i.n i-i.port. la ;i.eo W.WimnI.
tity Tn-ket At-ent -Trl-iivl.'oi.te
" Short line le
tweeu Tri Cities. ln:uo.
Imihus via the C. & N. W.
I H I f s
Clinton Mat! anil l'.pre-.s..
Chleairo Nlyht l.x
I'hietfcci IlavlU-ht Sle-!.l
I F VK 1 A H l I V K
.' a il
' ' ML n -
ST. PAUL railway la-rlne-
South western ihvlslon
-LN-pot Twentierh slritet.
between r irsl and Second
avenues. v. W. llrcoklu
r.dke. A :ent.
TK l NS.
Mailaiul Kx press
St. Paul Upre-i
Kreik-lit am! a.-eoir . . .
I r VK. I Alilil VK
: .fc' an. 1 1 :tl am
:''.s pin s l pm
In 3-1 am
!iIy. ihmy riri'pt Sunday. Tram
leavlni.-at s ;.s p in. f.irrtes trULh sleeper.
arrH itn at rt. I'aul7.1"ia m. arid Mmneaiioin
at s.JU a. 111.
IjrKl.tVi.TON IJdl'TK V...
"ii. i i HAII.WAY !.iot
l-'irst aciuic and stxleentb
M J. YOl Nil.
6 Sn am 7:15 pm
t 7 45 am t 8.10 pm
St 1 Sprinhelil. Peoria.
liur. ljutn via Monmouth
Clileatto. Xeriini; Cl.nlon.v
Peorta. Itennlstown. Hur
llncum, lh-nvi r and west 2 l pml'll.S' am
St Paul A: MLnneaoiis 7:Si pm: H:lf am
Slerhiirf.llirttn A. Iniimijue 7.ii0 pat-t h:0 am
St 1... Kan-. 1. Iienver X I
Par coast via 1 iaiestnirir 7 IS prel .SS arn
Daily. tlniy vxctpl Sunday.
Model Train Service on a Mod
Home Seekers' Excursions
April 17, May I and 15 and
June 5 and 19.
Rest and quickest route with
through, car service, north,
south, west and northwest
Tourists and reduced rate
tickets to principal points
and summer resorts.
and Pacific Coast,
Florida and the South.
Chair car and sleeper to St.
Iyouis. St. P.tul and Minne
apolis without cbat.ce. I'er
t.onaIly conducted excur
sions, through sleeping and
tourist cat accommodations
reserved without charge.
Ticket ofnee open day acd r.Urbt. IV pot
at foot of S'.Kte-cntb street. For maps acd
tuil loformmuon apply to
II. D. Mack, D. P. A.
M. J. Yocxo. Agent,
rhoce 1131 and HSO.
Vanity and Carloalty.
Vanity seems to spring eternal in the
masculine breast, and the less It has to
feed uiion the more it thrives ap
The other day a tramp of hijrh decree
In vacancy stopped licfore the win
dow of a house at which two young
women were, st and inn. He was tat
tered and torn and melancholy lookin
to such an extent that he aroused a
feelitiR of deep sympathy In the hearts
of the maidens, who looked down upon
him as he stood pazins intently at some
object he held in his hand.
I wonder what he has, said the
sentimental one of the two as she peer
ed down on him. "A lock of some wo
man's hair. I shouldn't wonder."
"More likely a coin he's foun j; ho
looks pleased." rejoined the practical
one scortinsly as she maneuvered for
a position that would reveal tin object
Kut it was neither, they discovered.
It was lust a bit of looking class, in
which tlio man was surveying his fea
tures with a satisfied air, that told of
his entire contentment with his very
Which shows, as was said at the be
ginning of this story, that vanity
springs eternal m the masculine breast
just as curiosity does in he feminine.
"PAI.AHY TO BE PAID WF.EKLY OK MONTHLY.
mere sung. The d. s. has jumped
into jMipuh'.rity in a day; has all the
juiciness of fresh pork, the nutritive
qualities of beef, and the taste reminds
you of ven'soii: etui lie made of seven
kinds of meat if you happen to have
them on hand, or you can get along
with only one. Its the way tliey are
fried that makes 'em dietary and has
set the gormands crazy; sure to
drive every other sausage out of the
market in four weeks more sure to
do it; can Lie furnished as rations to
every army and navy in the world;
can be sold iu every hotel, boarding
house and family wherever humanity
exists; good for breakfast, dinner or
slipper; can't run no camp meeting,
picnic or Sunday school excursion with
out Via. My ile: fellow uian, your
fortune is made:"
"If you would select the style of
binding" N-gan the man.
"Hut we've got to go a little slow for
a few weeks," Interrupted the major.
"There is a disposition on the part of
the world's aristocracy to class sau
sage way down on the list of meats;
can't cxiH-et that lords and dukes and
presidents will tinier a second plate of
them until they realize that It won't
affect their scial positions; got to
look out for social pn-stige. you know.
Once get the whirlwind of iiopuiarity
started, nud the public won't stop to
ask whether our dietaries are made
of fish. Mesh or cooo matting. Tirst
thing is to warrant them to cure Indi
gestion, torpid liver aud all that. They
are a spring and fall tonic. All sing
ers, actresses and athletes use them;
testimonials from professors, actors,
clergymen and thousands of others,
and all family doctors recommend
them aliove everything else. And there
you are, my boy; there you are, and
let me shake hands with yon again."
But the book, major. The price In
"Aud you are to be our purchasing
agent and buy our raw material. Diet
ary sausazvs -ill lie made in several
different lengths and sizes, and
shall use beef, pork, mutton, lish and
what not; everything to be liougkt
alive and killed in our own slaughter
houses and hashed tip with our own
knives. You attend to the buying and
I attend to the fryluj. Millions of
dollars will pass throigh your hands
every year, but wo sfv-.U trust to your ;
honesty; salary ?I5,uJ0 per year at
least, and you come In on the ground J
floor for stock. I Just lack $10 to meet '
the expenses of organization, aud I'll
borrow it of you for a day or two.
We shall capitalize at f3.uu0.0i). tut
probably Increase to ? IJ.WO.Ouu Inside
of a year. And what Is the name,
"My name s Taylor." slowly replied
the canvasser. bnt I have no S10 to
put Into your cbeme. I'm selling the
'Life of Napoleon." It is printed frora
Dew, lartfieWastrated Lv"
A l'rirnd In Need.
It happened iu the early days of Aus
tralian history when hushraiiging. was
A geiitlema-i was riding along a lone
ly track through the bush when he
heard lortd cries for help proceeding
from a neighboring grove. Arriving at
the spot whence proceeded the cries,
he was surprised and shocked to find a
man securelv titl to a tree.
'What is the matter here?" he asked.
'Oh, sir," replied the poor fellow.
'I'm so glad you have come: A few
hours ago I was stuck up by bushran
gers, who rltusl my jKickets. and, alter
stealing everything I had except a bun
dle of nots in my inside breast pocket.
which they fortunately overlooked.
bound me to this tree and decanqieil."
"The scoundrels'" ejaculated the
newcomer, "look everything you had
except a bundle of notes in your Inside
'The villains! And then they tied you
so tightly that you cannot escape?"
"Then I'll take the notes the other
fellows left:" And he did. London
COPPER TOE NOW EXTINCT.
How tbe Boot Protector Wa IoT?lt
rd by a Maine farmer.
Children kick out the toes of the!r
boots now just as much as they ever
did. but the copicr too has gone out of
date too long ago to talk sbout. It was
line, though, iu it- day. How the co
jer did wink and glitter in the fire
light: Away up iu the Maine wikkIs a
farmer who could not lear the thought
of giving the shoemaker all he earned
took an old copper washlmiler and cut
It into strips, which he fastened on the
toes of the Iwiots of Klbridge and LI
mer. LTlswortij and Kddie.
"There now!" sai l he. "Less see you
git through them in a hurry. Laws! I
never see boys so hard on shoe leath
er: It was a bright idea, and the more
he thought alniut it the more it "was
borne in on him that it was a bright
idea. He got a patent on It. Klbridge
und Kim -r, Kllsworth and Kddie were
kind of ashanustl to lie svn in their
copjK-r toes at lirst, but when the other
boys all crowded around them at the
district school and said: "tlosh: Woosht
my pa would lix my Units that way!"
they felt more comfortable and rather
happy, l'rom that it went on till, for
the sake of peace ami quietness in the
house, if for no other reason, fathers
had to buy copper toed Immiis for their
boys. The Maine farmer got rich and
had pie three times a day .and moved
to town and had a haircloth sofa in the
front room and a marble topped center
table with wax flowers in a glass case
on it and everything that heart could
But foolishness is liound up in the
heart of a child, and it is part of his na
ture to be hard on shoes. Y'oii may
ln-at the laws of the universe for a lit
tle while when they are not looking,
but not for long. The day came when
the child woke up and realized that it
was being robbed of its rights guaran
teed under the constitution. Pome
thing like this, eh, "We, the children of
the United States, in convention assem
bled, do hold these truths to be self
evident?" Not nt all, not at all. They
said: "Hoe! Copportoes! Copnertoes!"
And the coon came down. Harvey
Sutherland in Ainslee's.
It is the habit of the modern time
saving young man, says Kliot t'regory
iu The Atlantic, uihiu entering a quick
lunch establishment to dash for the
bill of fare and give an order (if he is
adroit enough to catch one of the maids
on the llyj before removing either coat
or hat. At least l." seconds may be
conomized in this way. Once seated,
the luncher falls to on anything at
hand brwid. cold slaw, crackers or
alchup. When the dish ordered ar-
ives. he gets his fork into it as it ai-
poars over ins shoulder and cleans the
late before the sauce makes its np-
leaiance, so that is eaten uy itseit or
Cups of coffee or tea go down in two
swallows. Little piles of cake are cut
iu quarters and disappear in four
noulhfuls. niiuh after the fashion of
children down the ogre's throat in the
mechanical toy, mastication being ei
ther a lost art or considered a foolish
waste of energv.
A really accomplished luncher can
assimilate his last "quarter" of cakes,
wiggle into his coat and pay his check
lit the desk at the same moment. The
next he is down the block in pursuit of
When the new minister, a handsomo
and unmarried man. made his lirst pas
toral call at the I'osdicks. he took lit
tle Anna up In his arms and tried to
kiss her. But the ehi'tl refused to be
kissed. She struggled loose and ran
cfT into the next room, where her moth
er was putting a few finishing touches
to her adornment before going into the J
parlor to greet the clergyman.
'Mamma." the little girl whispered, !
'the man in the parlor wanted me to
"Well." H-plied mamma, "why didn't
you let him? I would if I were you."
Thereupon little Anna ran back into
the parlor, and the minister asked:
"Well, little lady, won't you kiss mo
No, I won't," replied Anna prompt
ly, "but mamma says she will:" Har
Won on a IllafT.
"It does me good to meet up with
one of that class of people who think
they know it all," said the old man
with the ancient hat. "I was coming
over from Baltimore on a train the
other day, and a man who was writing
(lu a book asked me how to spell
proper. I told him, but a know It all
who sat near disputed me. I bet him
$10 even up that I was right and prov
ed I was by four disinterested men.
I pave the $10 to charity."
"How did the man contend the word
should be spelled?" was asked.
'Why, he said there was only one
V iu It."
"Aud you stuck for two, eh?"
I did. I Insisted that it was spelled
'propper, and he Anally owned up like
a little man aud handed me over the
"And would you like to make tlio
same wager again aud leave it to the
"Not much! I consulted 'em all next
day and discovered that I had bluffed
that poor chap out of his wealth."
Special Business Mention
The following firms arc recommended to readers of The Ar
gus as prepared to serve patrons to the best possible
advantage, and worthy of business confidence:
Suits made to
Cleaning and re
done at lowest
Ho md by trut.
Black Joe Cream
It 1 the arvavmient f ftU
I K. West, Gum Co.
Al am Inmm .
Ask your Gro
cer for it and get
a Cook Honk free.
S. A. IMAGER
Second ave. and
are prepared to
do bending, punch
ing and cutting
A lso heavy or
Drop forging a
110 Nineteenth St
Roof Jag Co.
' 2.lh St. and
3rd Ave. Uoek
THOMAS VAN TUYL,
. MISSISSIPPI BICYCLES
and all general light
113-115 West Seventeenth street.
AH kinds of job
bing done neatly
ami at reasonait e
screens, u spec
ialty. Shop ami
Keck Island, m.
611 Seventeenth St.
Rocs Island. IU.
I A, LE17!lNi:ii,
Street, Ilock Is
Hull & Co.
MltcbeU & Lynda
ACADEMY OF THE
conducted by the
sisters of the visi
avenue. Kock Is
land. The Acad
the new academy
will be opened
Monday. Sept. 18.
MU8IO. ART. EL
and tbe languages.
at moderate pri
ces. ' BLANK
L. A. Book
Thirty eighth street.
E. F. Stroehle
llvered and orders
taken for all peri
odicals 1721 Third avenue.
H. 8. RACHUAN
In town to
10C. Second avenue.
Kock Inland, 111.
AND ALL KINDS
Hides, wool &.Tal
low. Highest price
paid whether In
or ear load lots.
Kock. Lduiid, 111.
3 I UP
1 15 Seventeenth
The next session
7th, IKK. Philo
For terms and full
: 1!KV. J T A.
for Furnace tTse
If you Intend do
ing any building call
Shop and residence
at No. ln Tblrtv
eighth street. Rock
Is) aud. 11!.
F J. Steele, Pto
1709 Second av..
Your entire ward
robe cleaned and
pressed for l per
month. Work called
for and delivered.
30 JUrtdge Avenue,
A VENPORT, IA.
IK POISONOUS Illtl'llS IIAVF. FAIl.KP
TO CCRK YOU, TRV NATURK'S
PROF. W. A. JACOIIS, the great
Magnetic llnalor will cure you
of any disease lu a short time with
out the use or drugs.
W. T. Magill.
Omce tn Maaonlo
Si1" to istfin a m.
LSO to t.30 p. m
Rock Island. Ill
in publio schools
ITIvaie studio In Y
' A. building!
Office hours. 4 to 6
nd. 7 ' p. in. and
all day Saturdays.
O. I). IX MIAN,
CROWN A IIRIIKJR
work a specialty
onice hours 10 to 1- a. m., i to 5 p. m..
HK, Fourth Ave.
aiOO Fifth ave.
tieth St and
We ;ive the
for tbe least
The Roadie Kicked.
A comical story is told of an English-
noblenian who is shortsighted. In a
railroad tmin, while he was sitting
nest to a very stout old woman, friend
on the next seat accosted him. "Wait
a minute, said Ins lordship. "I 11 put
rai I this bundle cf rags In the rack and you
we can sit here.
"Dear," said the dying man. "I don't
want -ou to go into mourning for me
Whin I am gone."
"Oh. (leorge!" she soblied. "Don't
be so hard uion me."
'Hard? Why, love, I simply want
you to lie happy. You are young yet.
Why should you deck yourself with
"It's mean of you, George! You
Know mack is so becoming to mo.
Catholic Standard and Times.
And to the astonishment
horror of the g'gantie female he
caught her round the
realized his mistake.
waist before be
"One of the special agents of tho
Indian bureau Is a woman, and she
receives a salary of S3 a diy," read
"She must sell a good many," com
mented Mrs. Wintergreen. "But I
f shouldn't have thought there was such
& demand for that sort of a bureau."
Detroit Free Press.
Consolation, Indiscreetly pressed upon
tis when we are suffering under afflic
tion, only serves to increase our pain
and to render. onr grief more iioignaut.
We know of no worse sensation than
to bo In a hurry and ,find our path ob-structfs-1
by some one who is very slow.
Small kindnesses, small courtesies,
small considerations, habituallv nrac-
. tleed In our social .otercourse. give
greater charm to the character tlian
the display of great talents and accom-
I had a running, itching sore on
my leg. Suffered tortures. Doar's
Ointment took away the burning- 3nd
itching instantly, and quickly effected
permanent cure." C. W. Lenhart
Bowling Green, Ohio. For sale by
Marshall & Fisher, druggists.
Tom A. Mar shah
t.O"MG DlVTASiCE LfSK ft
CfT, ES ahd rottv ? a TAvurr
' fCLC OHAPH RA TCS.
K -., nb. IU.
Millr bur,-, IX
Si u r ie-ar.t. lows.
Kw Ho.t.ii, IX
K ew Wind-wr, IX
si.irth ll-nderaou, IX
On. l-la, IX
yi rt lirrrvn. 111.
Prairie City, IX
a i- e w S3 rr -" -n t a
1 BAtar. jTZ y
Coluicbiu Jc, Iowa.
C-ilar l.pl 1, luwa.
M "i:,e, Iowa.
PaTrrjiirt, I ' iwl
Irubue,u, I nk
f al ton, lil.
y..rt &liu?!o, Tunca.
Kirs wood, HI.
a.-i: ti-txirc, IX
fcock I-lanil. IX
Swan Crk. Til.
Ht. Auguvtute, IX
Taylor range, VX
1 oVin. IX
Hnlnut Oron, IX
fct laberty, lows.
Yates City. UK.
J. F. Robissom, President L S. M;Cns Vice President. II. K. Cahtssi Cashier
Central Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Four Per Cent
BOARI OF DIRECTORS.
C. J. Larkln.
James J. LaVeUe.
L S. McCabe,
J. F. Robinson,
K D Sweeney,
Henry VV. Tremaon,
II. D. Mack,
L D. Mudge,
Louis A. Schmidt
Swecnoy & Walker, Solicitors.
MONET LOANED ON PERSONAL, COLLATERAL OK RKAL ESTATE sKCLUITr.
Open daily 9 a. m. to 3 p. n. Saturdays 7 to 8 p. in.
Ofllce In Rock Island National Bank Building.
Rock Island Savings Bank
Rock Island. 111.
Incorporated Under the
Four Per Cent Paid on
Monet Loaned On Personal Collateral Ob Bf.al Estate Secueitt.
J. M. Hoford. President.
John Crubaupc, Vice Ires1deet
P. Greenawait, Cashier.
EeriD bus I cess July 2, IBM. arid occupied
c t comer ui autccci.
H 8. Cable,
Ii. P. Hull.
K W. Hunt,
Solicitors Jackson and Ham.
i. M. Buford