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ithe mgtjs. mond"ay, September 10, isoa
Estate of Sophia KuehL deceased.
The undersigned. haVlasr been ap
pointed administrator of the esta-te of
SoDhia Kuehl. late of the couaty of
Itoclc Inland, ntate of Illinois, deceas
ed, hereby gives notice that he will ap
pear before the county court 01 1 toe it
Island county, at the county court room,
in the city of Roclc Island, at the No
vember term, on the first Monday fn
November next, at which time all per-
New Company Organized. A new
company, the headquarters of which
will be in Davenport, and which, if the
fond hopes of the incorporators are
realized, will become one of the big-
sons harina claims asr&inst said estate I rr-t nnnmi! rt iha L-ini in thp rnrni.
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the purpose of having the same adjust-l ir, ucgau 110 tuiiwiaie
ed. All persons indebted to said estate I ur(jay. The company is known as yie
are requested to make immediate pay-1 . .,,"Xots nnQtJr, mT,v u rv.
Dated the 7th day of September. A. U. I jtal stock 13 SJO.UUU, naif paid up, and
GEORGE E. BAILEY,
Estate of John V. Wolfram, deceased.
The undersigned, having been ap
nointed executor of the last will and
testament of John VV. Wolfram, late of
the r-tnii.t v of Rock Island, state of Il
linois, deceased, hereby gives notice 1 CantweM, Jacob Vogler and II.
that he will appear before the county inrnrmrnr nr
court or Rock Jsiana county, ai inrrr"""
muntv court room, in the city of Rock
Island, at the November term, on the
tirst Monday In November next, at
which time all persons having clarnis
against said estate are notified and re
miehierl tn a t tend, for the purpose of
haMnr the same adjusted. All person
indebted to said estate are reauested to
make immediate payment to the under
K 1 flTlf.fi
rated this 6th day of September, A
its principal place of business is Dav
enport. The officers are: President
A. G. Crawford; Vice President, F. W.
Quayle. Secretary and Treasurer,
James Y. Cantwell: Directors. A. G.
Crawford, F. W. Quayle, James Y
The incorporators are the
above gentlemen, with the exception
of Mr. Spencer. The attorney Is Louis
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. In and for said
county. September term, A. D. 1906.
Alhert r Hereen. complailant. vs,
Charles A. Dement, Marian A. Griffln,
Amelia E. Schuler, Esther S. Dement.
Kttie W. II. Dement. Carmen 1 De
tnent linsanna V. Dement. Anna A. De
ment. the unknown heirs and devisees
of Charles Dement, deceased, tne un
known heirs and devisees of Samuel
Richards, deceased. Eliza A. Richards,
the unknown heirs and devisees of Myra
Richards, deceased. Grant Richards.
Sarah Bryant, the unknown, heirs and
devisees of Jennie M. Bell, deceased,
Clara I. Grove, Medad Martin, the un
known heirs and devisees or iueaaa war
tin. deceased, and the unknown owner
or owners of the following' described
real estate, to-wit: The fast half of
the southwest quarter of the northwest
quarter of the southeast quarter oi sec
tion seven, in township nineteen north
Want to Talk Interurban. Commis
sioner u. A. sreei or me uommerciai
club, is in receipt of a communication
from a Jlonticello party interested in
the proposition of building an interur
ban road in the direction of Daven-
nort. requesting a meeting of the di
rectors of the Commercial club, and
the citizens o Davenport in general.
Mr. Steel arranged for this meetin;
Monday afternoon, but Saturday re
ceived word that Monticello parties
could not be here on 'that day. It is
now proposed to hold the meetin;
Fell Three Stories. Will Brown of
Gf9 Harrison street, who is carrying
watcF for the workmen employed in
the erection of the Roosevelt flats on
Sixth and Harrison streets, had a long
fall but, strange to say, escaped unin
jured Saturday. He was on the third
floor wken he missed his footing and
fell to the ground. When lie was pick-
range two. east of the fourth principal d up k ras founA that his injuries
meridian, in the county of Rock jbiand ? . . . , ...
and state of Illinois.
To the above named defendants.
leading to Suburban island Friday
night. He was taken to St. Luke's
hospital and there Dr. Allen attended
him. A bad gash on the neck and sev
eral scalp wounds were found, but
none of them are considered dangerous.
Caught Thief in Muscatine. Frank
Hoff, one of the men who entered the
North Star Shoe company's place on
Second and Perry streets, Wednesday
night, was caught in Muscatine at 7
o'clock Saturday night. Officer Quinn,
who had been in Muscatine all day
Saturday, participating in the hunt for
the suspect, brought him back to Dav
enport and he is now safely locked up
at the police station here. Hoff has
made a full confession. He says he
stole the goods and insists that he had
two accomplices. He claims that he
does not know either of them very
well nor their present whereabouts.
He says that one of them gave his
name as Allen and the other said his
as Evans. Hoff walked all the way
Formerly Lived Here. Colotftel F. V.
Blees, head of the St. James Military
academy at Macon, Mo., who was found
dead Saturday night in his room in the
Southern hotel at St. Louis, was for
merly a resident of Davenport, being
at the head of the Griswold Military
academy. He was a member of the
staff of Governor Boies.
Obituary Record. Saturday morn
ing at the family home, 119 Iowa
street, occurred the death of Mrs. A. K.
Gifford. The maiden name of the de
ceased was Sophie M. Shoemaker. She
was born March 15, 1866, in Henderson
county, III., and was a member of the
Cumberland Presbyterian church pre
vious to her removal to Davenport,
when she joined St. John's M. E
church. For several years prior to her
marriage, Sept. 7, 1904, to A. K. Gif
ford. she taught in the mission schools
of the south.
unknown heirs and devisees of Charles
Dement deceased, the unknown heirs
and devisees of Samuel Richards, de
ceased, the unknown heirs and devipees
of Myra Richards, deceased. Grant Rich
ards. Sarah Bryant, the unknown heirs
and devisees of Jennie M. Bell, deceased,
Clara I. Grove, the unknown heirs and
devisees of Medad Martin, deceased. Me
dad Martin and the unknown owner or
owners of the following described real
estate, to-wit: The east half of the
consisted of a bump on the head.
has returned lo work.
DEVICES FOR SAFETY.
Will Sell Mile Track. The Daven
port mile traok, for years the scene
of great harness racing meets, is now
on the market. The Davenport Mile
Track association, which has owned
and conducted it, has decided to offer
1 . Ttijn ... .1 . , J .7 .1 . . r. n
.nnthvo.t mortPF unrt the northwest lul 'r' "' "" "f w"
quarter of the southeast quarter of I at a meeting of the association held
ciV?n n J" i?nih.,p,.ixlnJf,tfu Saturday. This step wa staken be
IIUI III. AUK S Jm VKI. O . J . . V U I.
Rock Island and state oi Illinois.
Affidavit of your non-residence hav-
lng been filed in the office of the clerk
of said court, notice la hereby given to
you and each of you that the above
named complainant has filed in said
court his bill of complaint against 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
and held in tne city of Rock Island in
Fald county on the third Monday In Sep
tember. A. Jj. l . at wnicn time and
place you ax to plead, answer or de-
mur to said bill of complaint, if you
Dated at Rock Island, I1L. Aug. 17,
A. U. 190b.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of Said Court.
Murphy & Witter, complainant's so
sions to the
South and Southeast
In connectien wit
QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE,
Tickets on sale the first and
third Tuesdays In each, month
to all points in Tennessee, Ala
bama, North Carolina South
Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Mis-,
cissippi, Louisiana, and to points
In southern Virginia, except to
certain commercial centers in
RATE One first clast tare
plus 2 for the round trip.
LIMIT Thirty da?s faom date
STOP-OVERS both going and
returning. Excellent train ser
Tice. For particulars and literature
G. B. ALLEN,
A. G. P. A-, St. Louie, Mo.
. B. H. HARD WICK,
Passenger Traffic Manager,
Washington, D. C
J. S. M'CULLOUGH,
N. W. P. A., 225 Dearborn St.
W. R. TAYLOR,
General Passenger Agent,
Washington, D. CL
Hauling and moving of all
kinds, large or small, at rea
sonable rates. Daily wagons to
Mollne and Davenport. We al
so handle the best grades of
hard and soft coal. A portion
of jour patronage is respectful
ly solicited. Satisfaction guar
anteed. New phone 5464; old
OFFICE, 215 TWENTIETH 3T.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
cause none of the members desired to
assume the responsibility of managing
it and conducting its affairs. They are
ready to retire and turn over the place
to anybody who may desire to buy it.
The stock of the association is divided
into five tqual parts. These parts are
owned by Colonel Nathaniel French,
A. W. Vander Veer. H. .1. Witt. John
Hill and Max and Henry Petersen.
Struck by Car. Ferdinand Lag-
feldt, a well known local cigar maker.
was struck by a street car on the dam
ST R'O N G
Is ' what Mrs. Lucy
Stovall of Tilton, Ga
said after taking
Cur. ' Hundreds
of other weak
stored to perfect j
health by this rem
edy. YOU may be
well if you will take
nearly all the sick
ness that women
hare. It deprives the system of nourish
ment arid the .delioate organs peculiar to
women suffer weaken, and become, j
cables the stomach and digestive organs
to digestand assimilate all of the, whole
some food that may be eaten. It nourishes
the body, and rebuilds the weak organs,
restoring health and strength. Kodol cures
indigestion, constipation, dyspepsia, sour
risings, belching, heartburn and all stomach
Digests What You Eat
Exposition Will Bo Held to Exhibit
The American Institute of Social
Service will hold next January In
New York city an exposition of de
vices for safeguarding the lives and
limbs of working men and women and
for preventing accidents under the or
dinary conditions of life and labor, to
which the general public is exposed.
This will be the first exposition of
the kind in this country, says the Chi
cago Evening Fostt. As far back as
1S89 there was a German exposition
for the prevention of accidents. In
1S93 an exposition of this nature was
held lu Amsterdam, and Fiuce then
there have been several similar oues
in continental Europe and Canada.
As an outgrowth of these national
Biovemeuts there have been organized
several museums of security, one at
Vienna In 1S90, one at Amsterdam in
1S93, one at Munich In 1900. one at
Berlin in '1901 and one at Faris In
3905, and Russia recently established
a museum on a large scale at .uoseow
That these expositions and museums
have been of real value to their re
spective countries is evidenced oy a
comparative study of the number of
accidents iu Europe and In America,
which shows that for the same num
ber of men employed In a given trade
America has from two to nine times
as many accidents as European countries.
Arrange for Flower Show, At the
meeting of the civic department of the
Woman's club arrangements were
made and committees were named for
the grade school flower show aad con
test to be held Friday afternoon and
Saturday morning, Sept. 14 and 15.
Bound Over for Theft. The trial of
Frank Evans was held Saturday after
noon for stealing a dog, several pairs
of shoes, underolothing and sundry ar
ticles from A. W. Sprague and his
roommate Friday night. Sprague is
employed with the Channel Ice com
pany. He and his friend live in a base
ment room on Fifth avenue and Sev
enth street. On Labor day they took
Frank Evans in to room with them. All
went well until on waking Saturday
morning they found that Evans was
missing and with him their dog and
much of their clothing. The police
were notified and the dog was found in
the possession of Robert Blackwell, to
whom Evans had sold him in the course
of the morning. Evans himself was lo
cated about noon and placed in jail
He was tried and bound over to the
grand jury in bond of $100.
Officers Elected. The Christian En
deavor society of the Secemd Congrega
tional church held its regular monthly
meeting at the home of Miss Olive
Johnson and elected officers for the
next six months, as follows: President,
Lucy Stow; vice president, Ralph Nel-j
son; secretary, Irene Richards; treas
urer. Flora De Daedts. The working
committees for the six months were
also elected. After the business the
meeting adjourned to enjoy general so
ciability and refreshments.
And incidentally to the family linen. Wash clothes in an easy and sensible
mariner. Observe how much longer they wear, and how bright the
colors continue to be, when Maple City self Washing soap
is the cleansing agent. No cold water method, or wash
while you wait" soap, can equal the almost
magic effect of a boiling bath with
That makes clothes truly clean glis
tening whiteness and wholesome smell
attest the thoroughness of the cleansing.
Flannels are washed soft and fluffy without
shrinking; and when the wash is done, nothing cleans up
the muss so quickly as MAPLE CITY SELF WASHING Soap.
It brightens silver, makes glass sparkle, gives clear
ness to the woodwork, and when you want a toilet
soap, is just as good as any. Then, remember
a cake lasts as long again as another, but costs no
mere. All grocers sell it a large cake for 5c .
MAPLE CBTY SOAP WORKS
REPORT OF T&E CONDITION
Peoples National Bank
AT BOCK ISLAND,
In the State of Illinois, at the close Of
business September 4, 1M6.
Odd Fellows Elect. Moline lodge.
No. 133, I. O. O. F., met in Metropoli
tan hall and selected officers for the
coming six months: Noble errand. Will I Loans and discounts.
Stewart; vice grand, Will Kappler; re. overarw. wscurea na un-
cording secretary. R. E. Crane. An-1 U. s. lionds to secure circu-
. i.i: m i,, . , . j.l lation..
puiuiivts uuicurs win oe namea at me Bonds, securities, etc..
meetmg to be held next month, when Banking-house, furniture and
the elective officers will be installed. nUe from'Nationai'uan'k's
(not Keserve A tents..
vunudry nccura. .ur. iinu aits. rranK I Bankers.
P. Effland mourn the death of their 10- Due from approved reserve
day-old daughter, Irene May, who died Checks and other cashiYenos
Friday afternoon of capillary bronchi- N,0,teH, "f olncr NilUoni1
.a I li AQKH ...... . . . . . .
The death of Mrs. Edward De Rue
came as a decisive shock Saturday af
ternoon to the community. Death came
at 3:30 o'clock and was due directly to
Bright's disease. Mrs. De Rue was
Fractional paper currency.
niuKeis ana cents
Lawlul money reserve in bnk. viz:
tepecie $ m 3iw 45
Leiral-tender notes 4,305 00
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer (f per cent or
I 510,151 47
130 44 96
Total t 809,021 43
Capital stock paid in 100,000 00
surplus tuna 00,000 00
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid.. 9.000 46
National bank note, out
standing 30.000 00
Due 10 btaie Banks and
Kaakers 1,462 13
Bridge With Glaas Floor.
The state of Colorado will possess
within a short time the highest bridge
in the world, over the deepest chasm
In the Rocky mountains. The proposed
highest bridge In the world is being
constructed over the far famed Royal
gorge of - the Arkansas river. The
bridge will be 2.S50 feet above' the rail
road track, 22 feet wide and 230 feet
long and constructed of flat steel and
steel cable, such as is utilized in sus
pension bridge construction. The floor
of the bridge will be of plate glass.
one and a half Inches thick,' set In steel
framework, through which objects be
low can be easily discerned. It is ex
pected, b'y most vislHs without expe
riencing diczlness. -
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lin
stedt. Bessie, as she was familiarly
known, attended the public schools
here. After leaving school she learned
the milliner's trade and was employed
both in Moline and Chicago. She was
a member of . the Acme society of the Due o Trust Companies
uunittau cauiui ui nuciv lamuu 1 Dividends unpaid
and was a eood church worker and individual deposits sub-
popular in society. She was married
Jkin. 17, 1901, to Edward De Rue, the
well known baker. She leaves besides
her husband, one child, Lynn, aged 2
years, her mother and father, Mr. and
iect to check 549.931 24
Demand certificates of
deposit 58.304 88
Total t 809,024 42
STATE OF ILLINOIS, 1
County or Kock Isi.an-d. f
I. C. HellnensteU. mishipr of th nhnv.
. . . -
Airs. Jonn Llnstedt. and eieht brothers I named bank. Uo solemnly swear that the above
mrl cictorc T Alfro.i nhvrin t r,i statement Is true to the best of my knowledge
ana sisters, j. Alfred, cnarles T-, Guy nd belief, c. hkllpenstkll. cashier
K., and Mabel W. Linstedt. Mrs. EJ- Subscribed and sworn to before me this th
ward Schmidt, and Mrs. Emil Kron-
holm, all of Moline, and Arthur E. Lin
stedt of Spokane, Wash. The funeral
will be held from the family residence,
1815 Eighteenth-and-a-half avense, at
2: 30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Rev.
C. E. Hoffsten of the Grace Lutheran
church will officiate.
day of September, 19U6.
WILLI M ROTH.
SH AS. McHUGH.
. B MARSHALL,
K. W SCHOKDE,
ONE GERM BEET SEED.
tMUr bonis koldi H
IImi a amek tka
trial, r cat tlm.
unvny f I.O.IMWrtt
C., Chicago, P t.A.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Firm For "Dm and On term."
A farm for poor old bums, or men
that are down and out, will be estab
lished at Winona Lake, Ind., in the
. . .....
near future as a memorial to tne
late Samuel II. Hadley, friend of
"drunks" and for twenty years head
of the Jerry McAuley mission of New
York city, says the St. Louis Tost-DIs
"Pop" Hadley for years had spent
part of each summer at Winona Lake.
The first donation for the farm was
made by Charles II. Madison, head of a
rescue mission in roughkeepsie, N.
Y. It was Hadley, he said, who res
cued him. A home will be built on the
farm- fpr Mrs. Hadley.
RAILROAD v3U5J.il mil
CINCINNATI & LOUISVILLE
To all Important Cities .
.Por Information Addres ,
W. A. BE0KLEB, H. P. A.
.113 Monroe St.. Chicago, EL
V. A. CABSfTT, CEM'L UGH,
Starving to Death.
Because her stomach was so weak
ened by useless drugging that she
could not eat, Mrs. Mary H. Walters,
of St. Clair Street, Columbus, Ohio.,
was literally starving to death. She
writes: "My stomach was so weak
from useless drugs that I eould not eat.
and my nerves so wrecked that I could
not sleep; and not before I was given
up to die was I induced to try Electric
Bitters; with the wonderful result that
Improvement began at once, and a
complete cure followed." Best health
tonic on earth. 50c. Guaranteed by
Hartz & Ullemeyer, druggists.
Young ladies should be more partic
ular about their looks. Don't attire
j'ourself carelessly; be faultlessly
dressed, and Hollister's Rocky Moun-
Sc!?ntist Solve I'roltTeisi tf Prannnt
leni Bool Culture.
Professor W. W. Tracy of the de
partment of a.'jrrk-uiture bus just re
turned from the far wst, where he
has been looking after the experiments
with beet mmmIs ou v.iiifh the depart
ment lias boon working for years.
As a result of these operations it was
announced by Charles Snylor, spe-
ciiu a:ro:it or tins woru, that a ouc
germ seed has been developed whick ,
will solve the problem,- tmys u Wash
ington dispntcli to the Omaha World-
Herald. This is one of the most re
markable processes in plant develop
ment the department scientists have
A beet seed Is, in fact, uot a teed, but j
a cluster of seeds in a small hu.sk.
Planted, each gernt Inside the husk
starts a little plant. The small cluster
thus crowds each other, and it is nec
essary to pull by hand all but one In
order that It may have room to develop
a beet fit for sugar. Abroad, where la-
bar is cheap, this is done by band; in
this country no one will do such work.
Farmers want to cultivate their farms
from a spring seated cultivator drawn
by four horses. So the beet sugar in- -d
us try has grown slowly because there
was nobody to pull the superfluous
beets. Secretary Wilson set his scien
tists to work to develop a beet seed
with only a single germ in It. This,
Professor Tracy says, they have done.
Last year's seeds contained 33 1-3 1
per ccat of one germ seed. The experi
ments besran four years ago. In three
years more of evolution, says the sci
entist, they will have a seed with uni
formly a single germ. Then it can be
planted by machinery at proper inter
vals. No pulling of ejtra plants will
be necessary, cultivating and digging
can be done by hand, and the Ameri
can beets will easily supply all the
Sawed Building Stone, Ashlar
and Trimmings a Specialty.
For cheapness, durability and
beauty, excelled by none. This
stone does not wash, or color
the wall with alkali, etc. Plans
sent us for estimates will re
ceive careful attention and be
returned at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, B. & Q. rail
road. Trains No. 5 and 10 will
stop and let visitors off and on.
Bridge, Stone, Corn Crib Block
and Foundation Stone, any alae
Samples of stone and photos
of buildings can be seen at
Room 12, Mitchell & Lynde
ARTHUR BURR ALL, Manager
Rock Island or Colona, III.
CONSULT DR. WALSH FIRST.
He is the old reliable specialist, established In Davenport 12 years. Dur
ing that time over fifty specialists have come here and remained from a
few weeks to a few years. They took your money and left nothing but
broken promises. Dr. Walsh has remained here long enough to prova bin
cures are permanent, for the people be cured 12 years ago have remained
YOU CANNOT GET A SURE CURE ANY
Don't waste your time trying others, for you can not get our treatment
at any other place, as most of our appliances and treatments are the re
sults of our own study and Invention and you cannot get the same results
See our new gigantic Static X-Ray machine. It Is a wonder. We use all
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REMEMBER, our treatment Is the best and the cheapest. Don't pay your
money for Inferior treatment when the surest is the cheapest Our guaran
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ands of cured and satisfied patients. Do business like a business man
go where you can get the best for your money if you are not sure, In
vestigate, and be sure you're right, then go ahead.
WOMEN suffering from nervous exhaustion, headache, backache, consti
pation, neuralgia, palpitation of the heart, or any other disease peculiar
to the sex, should consult Dr. Walsh and get the benfit of his vast ex
perience, MEN, we cure blood disease, skin diseases, urinary and bladder diseases,
hydrocele, nervous debility and special weakness, kidney, heart, liver,
stomach and intestinal diseases. Varicocele removed In one treatment,
painless and bloodless. Keep your money in your pocket until you see it
Call or address Dr. Walsh or Chicago Medical Institute, 124 West Third
street (near Main street), Davenport, Iowa. Hours, 10 to 12 a. 2 to
4:30, and 7 to 8:30 p. m. Sundays from 10:30 to 12 a. m.
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Saves Hard Work
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2 PIPES or WIRE
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more surface, is anniicd
easier, dries quicker and
Good plumbing means
good health and this com
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fixtures helps to keep the doctor out
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Enameled plumbing fixtures make
healthy bath rooms, are sanitary and
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If you intend making bath room im
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matter how small or how large your job.
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strength and excellence of the paper
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The laxative effect of Chamberlain's
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ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS RANK :
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on De
posits. Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
Phil Mitchell, President
11. P. Hull, Vice President
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1870,
and occupies S. E. corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde building.
It. R. Cable,
William II. Dart,
H. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst
H. S. Cable,
Solicitors Jackson & Hurst