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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1907.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
until after conference. All who hertrl are visiting at the home
Mr. Hawkins were very much pleas M Smith's brother, N. Philips,
with his sermons and it is to be humeri
he will remain in the ramnnmilv
ial I Mr. and .Mrs. W. D. Little returnel
Fox is Heard. John A. l ox, speci;
Hir,.tnr r th. v.,fi,i T?iv..ru an,! the first of the week from their riv
Harbors congress, spoke to a small as
sembly of business men in the Com
mercial club yesterday afternoon., lie
Silas St rick laud left the first of tho
week to resume his studies in Kansas
City, after having spent several weeks
Mrs. Walter Brayshaw and children,
I.eona and Thomas ,and Miss Eniil
McKntire, all of Peoria, are visithr;
stated that active support, both moral with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus
. . . ... ' o i
and nnancia . was needed in ortier 10 dnn.ivi.uiu
compass the ends he had been describ
ing. He spoke of the sum of money
which it was hoped to ra:se among the ;
Mississippi river cities and towns, and jat ,Il(' ho'" Mr. aud Mrs. J. R.
suggested that $rim would be about j Criswell.
liuht for n.iveni.ort to huln nav the ex- A I)ilr,y of oS people from thi
penses of the convention in Washington First ITesbytorian cliurch of Daveu
nvt iw...i-r it 11...V...1 ti r..f,T l""'t ,, out Sunday evening to hear
Lola Huntley returned home St'.nd.'y
after a week visiting in Uock Island.
Miss Huth Hayes has returned to
her home in Drury after spending sev
eral weeks with her aunt, Mrs. James
fho m:ilpp to tho wMcrmivs mnimittet' ' l" v-uueiis ev:nK sermon, mil as
r,f f,,0 rm.,M.i:i H.,t, Mr Kov .ins.;"10 I'resby terian aud Methodist church-
weicd some questions relative to tlu
Hennepin canal, ami stated that he
would be in the city for several days.
From Hospital to the Jail. Hoy Lee,
tiie colored prisoner who some time
ago escaped from the county jail and
was struck by the girders as he was
endeavoring to board an outgoing
freight train, has been removed from
St. Luke's hospital to the county jail.
He was sullirieritly recovered so as to
'be taken care of at the jail.
Buy More Property. The former M.
Bunker properly at '2V.) East Third
street, with the Paul Hermit saloon
more recently occupying the Third
street frontage, lias been purchased by
Crook Bros. It has been owned recent
ly by C. I). Martin and Charles Schick.
The property is (Mxl'.o feet and the
purchase price was $17,io. Lack of
loom in their present building at 123
East Third street compels the purchas
ers to move, it is their fourth move
for the same reason since they started
tlitir laundry bitine-Fs 1 1 years ago.
Members of the firm announced that
they would immediately connect the
front and rear buildings of the property,
using the front exclusively for offices
and the rear building tor the laundry.
Abandon Picnic. The annual picnic
of the Southeastern Iowa Picnic asso
ciation of tiie Modern Woodmen has
been declared off. This action will
cause regret to Woodmen and their
families, who always look forward with
delight to this yearly outing and log
rolling event. For K or 12 years the
neighbors belonging to the numerous
Woodmen camps in this part of the
state have enjoyed an annual reunion
and picnic. At the last meeting the
Washington camp asked that Washing
ton be cho.-tn as the place of meeting
for 1!))7, and the request was granted.
The ueightiors made an earnest, honesi
effort to raise enough funds to meet
t tie necessary expenses of the picnic,
but they did not succeed. The result
was that the association dt elated the.
ricnic off for this year, as the time left
was too short for any other camp to
undertake the raising of funds needed.
Next August, however, there will lie a
picnic and Iowa City wi'l be the place
Obituary Record. The death of Mrs.
Lena Horn occurred Tuesday afternoon
at her home, liiOl West Third street.
Mrs. Hum was born sr. years ago in
Srhleswig-Holstrin, Germany. In 1 S57
the was married to Henry Hass in Ger
many, and the couple came to this city,
where Mr. Hass died shortly afterward.
She then married Frederick Horn, who
ol:o died. His dtath occurred IH years
aco. .Mrs. Horn had been u resident of
Davenport for 50 years. Site is sur
vived by four children, Henry Hass, Jo-
hanne P.ebcnsee, Charles Hass, and
Fiederick Horn; also one sister, Mrs.
nusseii Howard joiiusou, me ;-months-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Knut
Johnson, died yesterday at the home,
417 East Second street.
es had united to welcome the new
minister, the crowd went to the Meth
F. M. Sinnett of Rock Island spent
Monday with friends in Milan.
Miss Hea Little of Taylor Hidgo is
visiting friends in Milan this week.
Mrs. C. II. Smith and son. Dale, are
visiting a few days this week with
the former's mother, Mrs. Louisa Thi
dall in Black Hawk.
Oscar Kreps is spending a few days
vacation at home.
Mi.-s Ruth Repine of Tiskihva iv
turned home after spending a fev
days with friends and relatives in Rey
nolds, Tuesday morning.
Miss Catherine Danielsonof Rock Isl
and is the guest of her cousiu, Miss
May MeConuell. this week.
Mrs. Martha Cozad went to Roc'v
Island Wednesday morning to visit
A number of young people were
pleasantly entertained at a party given
in Gauley's hall Monday evening.
Mrs. Gust Olson and children have
gone to the camp ground to prcpatj
their tent for occupancy during catu;i
Mrs. Bert Foote of Aiedo is thj
guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank Keim.
Miss Mary Montgomery of Rock Isl
and is visiting at Mr. and Mrs. John
Park's home, west of town.
ii. rveizie was in town i uesuay yi-
ternoon. On account of ill health l.e
does not often leave his home.
Miss Clara Llovd ot Silvjs is visit
ing her grandmother, Mrs. Louisa Tit
Mrs. Ed McAdam of South Rock Isi
and came out Tuesday morning to vis
it at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joh-i
McAdam. She returned Wednesday
taking her children, Catherin aud de
trude, who have been visiting here for
Miss Grace heelan Is visiting
friends south of town.
S. G. McAdam drove to Milan Mon
day and spent Monday night with his
biotlier, Ed. in Rock Island.
Mrs. Andrew McCaw of Bowling
pent I uesday with Mrs. McKuight
ind Mi.-s Marv McKnight.
Mrs. David Clark is considerably niu-
proved in health.
Miss Emma Johnston is in Daven
port with tier sister, Mrs. Robert K
Doonan, who is in St. Luke's hospital
tving undergone an operation for can
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Kreps s pen-
Sunday in Rock Inland.
The Misses Kittie and Edith Far-
well were in Reynolds Monday after
John Stropes and family spent Sun
day with Mrs. St rope's aunt, Mrs. E
Mrs. Charles Minteer is entertaining
uests from Viola this week.
M. M. Briggs and daughter were in
Coal Valley Tuesday. They took a
drive out into Rural to visit friends
According to The Argus there is to
be a gathering or a reunion of the vet
erans of the civil- war at Prospect
park on Aug. 21. It is hoped that a
goodly number of the old boys will be
present with their families. They are
fast thinning out, while they are here
and able it is right that they should
ncet at least annually and have a good
time. We also note in the papers that
a riie is offered for the soldier that
is the best drilled in the tactics used
in the civil war Upton's, Hardee's or
Casey's, to be used. We have a kin 1
of a notion that we have m our town
the best drilled man in the county. Wo
do not want to be personal, but we
would like to matc'li him to drill in the
bayonet exercise against a certain Mo-
Iine veteran. We are aware that :n
tory telling we have a bare fighting
chance with that same person. No v
in this chalU'iigo we debar all civil war
veterans that have been in the servic?
of the United States or the slate serv
ice since the war. We would suggi
as referees. Major Hawes of Rock Is
land and Captain Bennett of Moline
and a soldier to be selected by them as
the third man. Now you old fellows
who wish to enter the contest get a
hustle on you.
William Rowe and daughter who
have been here for some time visiting
relatives, have gone to Council Bluffs
for a short stay.
Einil Nelson will return to his lionu
in Canton. 111. He says he enjoye 1
Threshing is now in progress. The
oats are not turning out well, the yield
so far is about 21 bushels to the acre.
Corn is doing well, we need warn
weather to mature the crop which is.
Break Ground for Warehouse.
Ground has been broken for a huge
extension to the present Deere & Co.
warehouse which will cost complete
between $150,000 and $200,000. The
addition will adjoin the present ware
house on the river front and will ex
tend east ISO feet to the boundary line
between the Deere and the Mo'iue
. fiom her cousin, Ed McElhinny of St
Mr. and Mrs. Waldron and children
of the Bluff road have left town.
Mrs. James McDowell is suffering
with blood poisoning.
Florence Hoesli has gone for a visit
with her grandmother at Sherrard.
Mrs. Ingles has gone for a few dajs
visit with her aunt in Davenport.
Miss Betilah Kaer, who has been vis
iting her aunt, Mrs. Wheelock, has
gone to her home at Sparling, 111:
wriest winter, who visited over
Sunday here, has returned to Beloit.
Mr. Johnson of Cable has been tlu
guest of his daughters, Esther, Liilij
Ruth Clendetiin is just recovering
from blood poisoning.
Edith Reeves is enjoying a trip to
Plow company properties. The addi- Niagara Falls and other points in New
tion will be of gray brick, six stories York.
high, with very high basement. It will Margaret Willev is again at he r
give the company 20n,000 square feet of work in the telephone office after a
floor space, doubling the present ca- two weeks vacation
pacity for storing implement:; for ship
ment. Elevators aud trolley apparatus
will be installed similar to those in the
warehouse erected two years ago to fa
cilitate the work of handling goods in
Dr. and Mrs. Scnsibaugh are expect-
v Continued on I'age Six.)
Keep the Kidneys Well.
Health is Worth Saving, and Some
Rock Island People Know
How to Save It.
Many Rock Island people take their
penunuic ot $L,,om) lor the purchase lives in their hands by neglecting their
and construction of a road south from kidneys when they know these organs
need help. Sick kidneys are respou
sible for a vast
Road Will Cost $15,000. Moline can
open up its most important gateway to
the countiy south of the city by the ex-
the Rock river bridge to the Rural
town hall. This will tap a rich farm-
I ,.:t.t. r .. . u T
fug count rv. Instead of LI miles to net oi amount oi Mineiiu.;
to Moline from this road and from Ru- and ill health, bit', tl.er.' is no need to
ral it will be only six miles, Under suffer nor to remain in danger when
me joint auspices or the Retail Mer- all diseases and aches and pains due to
chants association, the Moline Business weak kldnevs can be nuicklv aud tier
.Mens association and the Moline club inaneiitly cured by the use of Doan
me lilSK Ol raising tills IU llll OI Sl.- K itllev- 1 lie lloro w iUn climni
ooo will be undertaken.
Hull Off a Fight. Jack I'urtell of
this city and the original Kid Farmer
of Chicago fought 10 last rounds to a
draw in Turner hall Tuesday evening
the bout being pulled off before tin
members ol Mo'iue acrie No. 1112. F.
O. Eagles. The hall was packed with
of a Rock Island citizen who has re
claimed good health by the use of thio
.Mrs. Isaac Shifter of 1117 Fifth ave
nue, Rock Island, Ills., says:
My husband was troubled for two
ye'ars witli kidney trouble before he
found anything to help him. The worst
symptoms he endured were severe
imvmucis oi tne order and all were pains in the region of his kidneys ami
pieaseu wild uie match, winch was an across his back, and frequent desire to
t and furious all the way. void the urine, which he could not con
Mississippi River Scenic Route
Observation and Dining Car Service
Departs Daily 11:25 a. m.
Night service, daily, 8:15 p. m.
Old Phone W. 680. New Phone 6170.
Mrs. Charles Harris of Kansas Ci'.y
is visiting at the home of her father
in-law, Frank Harris.
Miss Hannah Fitzpatrie k returned on
Monday night from a week's visit with
relatives in St. Ixniis, Mo.
Walter Brayshaw of Peoria visited
this week with relatives in Milan.
Miss Mayo lluris of BeardMown ar
rived last week for a visit with hev
sister, Mrs. William Clark.
Mrs. Amanda Post has been quiti
ill at her home on Grant street.
Raymond Crisswell left on Monday
for a visit with relatives in Peoria.
The pulpit of the M. E. church wv.s
occupied on Sunday by Rev. C.
Hawkins, recently transferred Iron
Wabasha. Minn., to Milan. Mr. Haw
kins is filling the unexpired term o
Rev. C. H. Walters and will remai
ITT) 1 I ft BLEEm N G or
ij - wr PROTRUDING
1 1 Wo gaarantes to either cure or refund
the money to any sufferer from Itching,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles who faith
fully and properly utes
Dr. A. W. Chase's
Rev. T. B. Roberts of 103 Marshall St
Cri-acum. N. Y.. nays: "For nine years
suffered from ttohlDg and protruding piles
which were so bad that they necessitated my
bounce Irom professional duties. I used
numerous reniwlies and underwent one opera
tlnn without relief, but by using Dr. A. W
Chase's Ointment I am now permanently
cured. 50c a box. ah dealers or Dr. A. w
Cbtsa Medici Co.. Buffalo. N. T.
For Sale at Harper House Pharmacy.
Miss E.lythc Asquith has returned
to her home at Harlan. Iowa after
week's visit with relatives at this
Mrs. John Kichberg and son Roy of
Cincinnati, Ohio came Sunday evening
to visit, for several week:; with Mr.-.
liich berg's mother and brother. Mrs
Annie Mounts and John Mounts. I
Mrs. Mary Skadden and daughter,
Etta of Muscatine scent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Hoones. i
Captain Charles Brusso was in the
.miss cnaiue tnompson went to
Rock Island Wednesday to spend a
week visiting Miss Vera Buffum.
Mr. and Mrs. Jamej Britton spent a
few days in Dairy the last of the week
witli Mrs. Britton's father, J. Hayes.
There is to be a lawn sociable a'.
Robert Thompson's Wednesday even
ing, Aug. 21 for the benefit of the Bap
Karl Sherman who has been visitimr
at tlu home of O. D. Cushmans depart
ed Monday for Wisconsin.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wait of Reynolds
ciw.Tit Cimil-iv in,l ATrt.Tr,,, ... 1...... ,
of Mrs V:iit"s mrimts Mr :inf1 Mrj !
Charles B. Burgoyne.
Roy Walton of Carbon Cliff visitel:
over Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Louis ;
Miss Mabel Friestat and Josephine.
Strohmeier of Rock Island came down
Saturday evening and returned Sunday
evening. They visited with Miss
Strohmeier's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Clarence Skinner of Rock Is
land visited a few days with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kane. '
Mrs. Runyan of Clinton, Iowa is vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Simp
son. Mr. and Mrs. Smith tf Casey, Iowa
John Burkhardt of Muscatine spen
Sunday at the home of August Kra:',
and attended quarterly meeting at tie
German Methodist church of Wray
Miss Bridgie Ferry of Rock Island
has returned to her home after visit
ing a week at the home of Mrs. Rea
The Misses Mae, Delia and Mattie
Bowser spent Tuesday at ttie home of
their sister in Buffalo Prairie.
Mr. and Mrs. William Krueger )f
Ferdinand and Fred Clifford and Miss
EHie Hart of Muscatine spent Tuesday
afternoon at the D. A. Kleist home'.
Kranz brothers commenced thresh
ing Friday at the home of Ben Zolfuev.
Miss Mildred Bryars departed for
her home in St. Louis Wednesday af
ter spending several weeks at ttv.'
home of Mr. and Mrs. T. Watson.
The Misses Arizona Watson, Ethel
Foster and Carrie Freycrinuth depart
ed Wednesday for St. Leniis where
they will visit for a few weeks wit'i
Miss Mildred Bryars.
Mrs. T. Watson and daughter Miss
Pearl spent Tuesday evening at tlu
home of H. C. Meyers of Wrayville.
W. M.mkey and daughter Miss Nellie
leave Thursday for Marshalltow c.
Iowa where they will make their future
Mrs. Lena Gremmel and daughter
Miss Lula of Kansas City who hav
been visiting in this vicinity and Mus
catine for senne time departed Wednes
day for St. Louis where they will visit
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Adam Zollner of Wrayville leaves
Thursday for Kensal, N. D. where he
will spend the next two or thret
even one, f.i
larnier trained hard for the match,
hoping that a victory would win him a
match with Jiniiuie Gardner, but he
had none the best of Purtell. The lo
cal boy fought better than ever before
hereabout, the stalling tactics which
characterized his former matches not
being resorted to. He was in line con
dition and repeatedly carried the battle
to his man.
Body Recovered. The body of Frank
Walton, the lad who was drowned in
the Mississippi river off Thirty-second
street at noon Tuesday, was recovered cents. Feister-Milburn company, Buf-
irom the water at 1:2., in the after- fao, X. Y. sole agents for the United
noon. After drags had been used for States.
trol. He was unable to stoop or lilt
anything. He tried niatiy rcine-dies
but got no relief. He read of DoanV
Kidney Pills in the paper and di-cide i
to try them, procured a box at the Har
per House pharmacy and after using
them a short time the pains and othe.
symptoms left him. I have used Doau's
Kidney Pills myself and find them eo
be exactly as represented. My hus
band and I agree that Doan's Kidney
Pills arc the surest and safest remedy
for kidney trouble."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
s s $ $ $ $ $ $ $
In our temporary quarters on the
Fourth Floor of the Peoples Na
tional Bank Building. We have
just received a complete new line
W nf t.hf latest woolens and we in
vite you to call and look them
over. Our work for a few days
after the fire was disarranged,
but we are now turning out work
with our customary prompt
WE DO FIRST CLASS PRESS
ING AND REPAIRING.
Rooms 309-310, Peoples National
ome hours without suece-ss. two east
end boys, Ray and Jesse; Hall, aged IS
tnd 15 years, began diving for the body
and they iinally succeeded in locating
it. They were unable to rais,. it to the
surface, but it was accomplished by
Otlicers Fromnie and Lebbert, who went
over the spot with a drag. The body
was recovered in 10 feet of water some
ards west of where it sank and about
75 feet from shore. Young Walton was
about 100 feet out when he was drown
ed. P. A. Ross, patrol driver, and the
ioy's father, Willard Walton of 115:;
Thirty-second street, conveyed the body
tej the police station, where an inquest
was held by Coroner L. V. Eckhart. A
verdict of accidental drowning was the
finding of the jury.
Was Old Employe. Peter T. Peter
son. one of the eldest employes eif the
.vtoline Plow company, responded to
death's call yesterday at his home, 152s
Thirteenth avenue. During the past
feuir months Mr. Peterson had been a
sufferer from Bright's disease. Mr. Pe
terson was a native tf Sweden, when
he was born Oct. 15, ISM. He left his
fatherland in 180S and landed in Amer
ica June 2. He came west and direct.
ly to Moline, securing employment at
the plow company immediately. H
remained with the company fer o'.t
jears, and during the last IS years held
the position of foreman of the plow-
fitting department. Mr. Peterson leaves
his widow, two sons, Nels and Anton, in
Moline, and two daughters. Mrs. Charle.
Sibley of this city and Mrs. O. F. An-
deriierg or Chicago. He was a mem
ber of ihe Scandinavian Life Insurance
Mail Weighed 44,331 Pounds. The
amount of mail matter sent put from
the Moline postofliee for the month of
July was 41,Sol pounds.
take no other.
name Doan's and
H. J. Toher.
A. L. Anderson.
Private wires to New York and
109 Main Street, Davenpcrt
Phone West 407.
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Insurance company,, Newark
American Ins. Co Newark, N. J
Continental Ins. Co New York
Agricultural Ins. Co New York
Farmers' Ins. Co York, Pa
Williamsburg Ins. Co New York
New Hampshire Ins. Co. .N.Hampshi-i
Northern Ins. Co New York
Security Ins. Co... New Haven, Conn
Ins. Co. State of Illinois.. Rockford, 111
Connecticut Fire Ins.Co.ofConnectic.it
Office, room 3, Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
E. D. Kessler, who has been visiting
his daughter, Mrs. C. E. Williams, and
Pearl Kessler have left for Walnut, 111.
Mrs. Klingabiel has returned from a
two weeks visit at Rockford, 111.
Ed Roberts, of Eldon. Iowa, has been
the guest of George Poole.
George Ryan and wife of Third avc-
jiiue welcomed a nine pound baby girl"
Mrs. Garrett left Wednesday morn
ing for South Bend, Indiana, to visit
her parents. She was accompanied by
her daughter, Mabel. I
Clyde Messenger of Muscatine is
visiting Kenneth Aldrich. '
Mrs. J. Saunders is visiting at Kes
Mrs. Gilbert Cole and son, Charles,
are in Brighton, Iowa.
J. D. Anderson of Goodland, Kansas,
a cousin of Mrs. Grace Aldrich, visited
the Aldrichs, Monday.
Mrs. M. Wuiston spent Tuesday i l
How Many Dollars
Will It Take to Accommodate You?
We will lean liie amount to you on furniture, pianos, team.-, or any
chattel tecmity without removal. We will make the payment cither
we-cMy or monthly. $1.20 is the weekly payment m a $"o loan for 50
weeks. Other amounts in same prejpoi t ion. Mail or phone application j
receive prompt attention. Strictly confidential. Fill out the blank below
ami mail it to us ami eiur agent will call. Inquiry coMs no-lting.
Tri-City Loan Co.,
f Old Phone N.
2425. 219' Brady Street, Davenport
Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights.
$ $ $ s $
$ s s $
JOIIX VOLK & CO.
Manufacturers of Sash, Doors,
Blinds and Stairs. Interior Fin
ish of All Kinds. Hardwood Ve
neer Flooring, and DEALERS
311 AND 329
ROCK ISLAND, ILL,
CONSULT DR. WALSH FIRST.
He Is the old reliable specialist, established In Davenport 12 years. Dur
ing that time over fifty specialists have come hiTe and remained freim a
few weeks to a few years. They took your money and left nothing but
broken promises. Dr. Walsh has remained here lemg enough to prove his
cures are permanent, for the people lie cured 12 years ago have remained
YOU CANOT GET A SURE CURE ANY
DOX'T waste your time trying other?, for you cannot jrt our treatment
at any either place, as most tf our nppliaures and treatments are the re
stills of our own study and invention, and you cannot get the same re
sults without them.
SiKH our new RiJintlc Static X-Hay machine. It Is a wonde r. We use all
forms of electricity, vibration and violet rays, fall and kc a thoroughly
equipped Institute. Consultation, lis pec turn and explanation free and
ItKMKMIIIOlt. our treatment Is the b"st and the chcaju-st. Ion't pay your
money for inferior treatment when he surest is the cheapest. ur guar
antee la backed by 12 years of sucees riK''t here in I avciinrt ami thous
ands of cured and satisfied patients. Do business like a business man
go where you can get the best for your money If you arc not sure. In
vestigate, and tie sure you're right, then go ahead.
VOMt suffering from nervous exhaustion, headache, backache, constl
" pation, neuralgia, palpitation of the heart, or any other disease peculiar
to the sex, should consult lr. Walsh and get the benclit of his vast ex
perience. MICN. wc cure blood disease, skin diseases, urinary and blaebb r diseases,
hydreicele, nervous debility and 8lccial weakness, kidney. he-;'rt. liver,
stomach and Intestinal diseases. Varicocele re-moved in one treatment,
painless and bloodless. Keep your money In your pocket until vou Bee it
Call or address Dr. Walsh or Chicago Medical institute, 124 West Third
street (near Main street), Maveniiort. Iowa. Hours, 10 to 12 a. in.. 2 to
4:30. and ' co h:30 p, in. Sundays from 10:30 In 12 a. in.
H. E. CASTEEL,
L. D. MUDGE.
II. B. SIMMON,
CENTRAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock, 9100,000. Four Irr Cent Intercut raid o Drpo.Ua.
T Tf ForDronkinni,OpTu,
X jk w the Tobaceo Habit
Mrs. Alice Ingles, who is here from! VJswa W MSTITUTE
C. J. Larkin,
J. J. LaVelle,
H. U. Casteel,
L. D. Mudge,
II. D. Mack.
M. S. Heagy,
II. B. Simmon,
II. II. Clcaveland,
Mary E. Robinson,
E. D. Sweeney,
II. W. Tremann.
Kstates and property of all kinds are managed by this department. (
which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the com- i
pany. We act as executor of and trustees under ills. Administrator.
Uuardian and Conservator of Kstates.
Receiver and Assignee of Insolvent Kstates. General Financial Agent
for Non-Resldents, Women. Invalids, and others.
Nebraska, enjoyed a visit Saturday
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