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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1907
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
'tendorf and Moline. It was proposed!
to have tlie ferry landing in Moline at
the f(Kit of Sixteenth street and on this
,sido at a paint just cast of the city
Auto Speeder Fined. A little racing limits and within the Incorporated
stunt on West Fourth street Monday,
evening resulted in "John Davis," the
local Barney Oldfield. being summoned
to appear in police court. The trial
was a most interesting one. The de
fendant was a well known aiitomobilist
and the court seemed surprised when
he was called to the liar as "John Da
vis." Police officers testified that the
two automobiles had whizzed along
Fourth street at several times the local
limit of siieed. Davis said he hadn't
looked at his speedometer, but that he
thought he was only gon:g about eight
miles an hour. "One dollar and costs "
announced the court, "and more the
Contract for Gas Plant. The Daven
port Light ic Power company lias let
to the Tri City Cement Products com
pany, represented by J. G. Cronkite,
the contract for its office building and
gas plant in West Davenport. The
building is two stories in height, and
55x1 OS ftct ground plan. For seme
time the foundations for it. of heavy
concrete construction, have been going
in on the old Cook quarry property in
West Davenport, which the company
bought for a site for its gas and electric
plants. The superstructure will now
be pushed to completion, and will be
of the two-piece block construction.
town of ISettendorf. By reason of the
location where a landing was desired
on this side being within Bettendorf
proper, the supervisors thought the
town officials of Bettendorf should be
consulted and their consent obtained
before any further action was taken.
The supervisors, however, assured
Messrs. Van Patten and Vollmer that
I hey would aid the project all that was
possible. In Moline the ferry will pass
through the new government lock near
the head of the government island.
Delegates Named. W. D. Petersen,
Captain l.on Brysou, Captain Walter A.
Blair, Captain John McCaffrey, and Ed
ward Emerson have been named by
Mayor Becker as delegates from Daven
port to the Transmississippi Commer
cial congress, which this year will be
held at Muskogee, Okla., Nov. 19-22.
Show Wagons Damage Streets. The
brick paving on Harrison street, partic
ularly between Second and Third
streets, and at various other places, is
badly torn up as a result of I lie heavy
circus wagons passing over it. At some
places the bricks are torn tip for a con
siderable distance and at other places
the heavy traffic has left deep impres
sions in the paving. The city authori
ties state the damage was all done
where recent excavations had been
made for the laying of underground
conduits, sewers, etc.. and thai the var
ious companies and not the circus will
he required to make the repairs.
Finger Athletic Director. S. W. Fin
ger of Chicago, formerly a Davenport!
boy antl brother of Attorney S. A. Fin
ger, has been named to take charge of
the department of physical culture at
Cornell college in Mt. Vernon, Iowa,
this year. He will, in addition to lead
ing classes in- physical culture, have
charge of 'the school's various athletic
Teacher Leaves. Miss Lulu B. Sut
ton has resigned her position as teach
er at school Xo. 1. in order to accept a
position as eighth grade teacher at
Ferry Up to Bettendorf Ed VanPat
ten, accompanied by Attorney Henry
Vollmer, apjicared before the board of
supervisors Monday afternoon and alli
ed for a franchise granting him the
right to operate a ferry between Bet-
Miss Anna Goldsmith left Sunday
morning to pend her vacation with
her sister Mrs. Tom White at Minne
Mrs. W. L. (Talk ami children Mar
tian! and Virgil, her sister Miss Mae
Harris of Beardstown and Miss Belle
Weaver visited Friday afternoon and
evening with the hitter's sister Mrs
Harry Hack of South Bock Island.
Not to be outdone by tin4 surprise
perpetrated on them seven of the more
intimate girl lriends of Mrs. Bessie
O'Neal Jackson pleasantly surprise
her at tie- home of her mother on
East Dickson street last Fridav even
ing as a post nuptial for her. Though
the night was siormv the affair wa-'
no less enjoyable, the only featmv
to mar the happiness of the event
being the fact that she is so soon t-:
ieave and take up her residence in
Oregon, 111. The evening was spear
in social conversation interspers" I
wiili music which included several de
lightful solos rendered by Mr.;. Jack
son. Dainty refreshments were serve 1
and at a late hour the young ladies
decided to brave the elements and de
l parted for tluir homes each leaving a
gift as a token of esteem in which Mrs.
Jackson is held. The gifts were o.
hnviland china and silver pieces an 1
will serve as a pleasant reminder t.f
the affair and friends, to the recipient
in her new home.
G. B. Svdnor and son Lee left Thurs
day morning for points in Virginia, his
native state, to visit relatives, nin
years having elapsed since he visited
old home scenes. They will also take
in the exposition as Jamestown.
William McEntvre of Keynolils vis
ited over Fridav night at the home of
hi ssister Mrs. J. B. Criswell.
Dr. 3. L. Oimstead of Clinton. low-',
came Saturday evening and spent Snv
day with her parents.
Mrs. Axel Owens returned from Ch!
coga Saturday where she had been vi-.-iting
her daughter Mrs. Charles
Stearns. She was accompanied home
by her daughter Mrs. Robert Hunter
and two children of Boston, Mass ,
who will visit here for awhile.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Jackson reparted
Sunday for Oregon, 111.
Mrs. Walter Brayshaw and children
I,eona and Thomas and Miss Kmil,'
McEntyre of Peoria, who have been
visiting the ladies' sister Mis. J. K.
Criswell left Friday evening to visit
relatives in Erie, III.
Mrs. Merrill and son Roycc of Des
Moines, Iowa left for their home Satur
day afternoon after a short visit with
her cousin Mrs. R. B. Oimstead.
Mrs. J. C. Johnston returned home
Friday evening from Warner, 111.
where she had been visiting her sister.
Miss Cornelia Walker spent sever M;
days last week visiting relatives in the
Mrs. C. E. Hawkins and two childr?.i
of Wabasha, Minn., arrived Monday to
join Rev. Hawkins at the Methodist
manse, they having stopped on the
way to visit her parents in Indiana.
Postmaster R. E. Little returned Sat
urday morning from Galesburg where
he had been attending the races.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lutz of Rock
Island visited Sunday with the hitters'
aunt Mrs. Sophia Fit zpat rick.
J. C. Miller of Reynolds was in town
on business Saturday evening.
Charles Walters visited over Sunday
with home folks.
James Johnston will fill Georgo
Sears' place with Ihe firm of Sears 0
Johnston for the next two weeks.
Ralph Sheriff came from Orion Mon
day evening and visited over night ar
the home of J. R. Criswell leaving
Tuesday morning for Reynolds. 111.
Frances Cuilen visited over Sundiy
with his folks at the parsonage.
Verde Miller of Taylor Ridge was a
business caller in town Saturday eve
ning. Clarence Cole, wife and daughter
Lulu of Aledo, 111. arrived Sundav
morning for a visit at the home of
V. D. Emerson of Aledo. 111. was a
business visitor in town Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dibbcrn depart
ed Tuesday for a pleasure trip te
The greatest menace to woman's
permanent happiness in life is the
suffering that comes from some de
rangement of the feminine organs.
Many thousands of women have
realized this too late to save their
health, barely in time to save their
To be a successful wife, to retain
the love and admiration of her hus
band, should be a woman's constant
If a woman finds that her ener
giesare flagging, that she gets easily
tired, dark shadows appear under
her eyes, she has backache, head
ache, bearing-down sensations, ner
vousness, irregularities or the
"bines." she should start at once to
build up her system by a tonic with
specific powers, such as
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
the great woman's remedy for woman's ills, made only of roots and herbs.
It cures Female Complaints, such as Dragging Sensations, Weak
Back, Falling and Displacements, Inflammation and Ulceration, and all
Organic Diseases, and is invaluable in the Change of Life. It dissolves
and Expels Tumors at an early stage. Subdues Faintness, Nervous
Prostration, Exhaustion, and strengthens and tones the Stomach. Cures
Headache, General Debility, Indigestion, and invigorates the whole
female sysem. It is an excellent remedy for derangements of the
Kidneys in either sex.
. JOv. i
is m. it'
II. E. CASTEEL,
L. D. MUDGE,
II. B. SIMMON,
Knock on Athletic Field. Athlon?
field as a public playground is again !
threatened with the blight of public
disapproval. A petition signed by
fifty-eight residents of the east end in
the vicinity of the park was presented
to the council Monday evening. r.
asks the council to remove the feme
and abandon the field on the score
that it is a nuisance. Action will be
taken by the council in committee of
Comes to Adjust Wages. B. F.
Jones, representative of (lie Amalgi-
mated Association of Steel and Iron
workers, is in the city from Pittsburg
to take up with T. R. Aiken, general
superintendent of the Republic Iro.i
and Steel company, and local repre
sentatives of the Slyvan mill the
scale of, wages of stcelworkers for tlj
coming year. Mr. Akin is also of Pitts
burg. The visit is a friendly one, Mr.
Jones coming here each summer n
represent the men in securing a tii;
form wage scale effective for a year.
There is plenty of work ahead for the
Sylvan mill, about 4to nun are em
ployed at the present time, and both
the S and 12-inch mills are being oper
ated. There will be very few change
in the wage adjustment.
Ruth, six mouths old daughter of
George Myer. died Saturday of sun -mer
Clyde Messenger has returned
Muscatine after a visit with Kenneth
Lee R. Jacobs of Galesburg was .1
guest at the home of James Fox Sat
urday. Mrs. Chodt who has been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. I. B. Davis, has return
ed to her home at Oitumwa, Iowa.
Mrs. liong entertained the Plymouth
circle last week.
Max Wittamuth has moved his shoe
and harness shop to the old laundry
The Plymouth circle will give an
ice cream sociable in the basement jf
tlie church next Friday evening.
Mrs. A. Schold entertained Moline
ladies at coffee Friday afternoon.
George PjkjIo's mother and sister of
Ottumwa, Iowa are visiting him.
Mr. Herbert has moved his family
back to Watertown.
Mrs. Gilbert Cole returned Saturday
from Brighton, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. Cart wright , are honv;
from Kansas and Oklahoma.
Mr. Eastman who has been acting a.-1
agent here during Mr. Cartwright's
absence left for Peoria Monday.
Rev. Mr. Harris preached his fare
well sermon Sunday.
Mrs-. Ingles who has been visiting
in Davenport the past week returned
The ladies union will meet with Mrs.
Wil'ey Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Suderstrom spent
Sunday afternoon and evening with
friends at Silvis.
Mr. Fritchic who was called to Coon
Rapids owing to his father's illness ha?
CENTRAL TRUST-AND SAVINGS BANK.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock, 9100,000. Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Depoalta.
C. J. Larkin,
J. J. LaVelle,
IL E. Casteel,
I D. Mudge,
II. D. Mack,
M. S. Heagy,
H. B. Simmon,
II. II. Cleaveland,
Mary E. Robinson,
E. D. Sweeney,
H. W. Tremann.
Endorsed by the County.
"The most popular remedy in Ot
sego county, and the best friend of ni"
family," writes William M. Dietz, ed
itor and publisher of the Otsego Jour
nal, Gilbertsville, N. Y., "is Dr. King's
New Discovery. It has proved to be
an infalliable cure for coughs and
colds, making short work of the worst
of them. We always keep a bottle ui
the house. I believe it to be the most
valuable presciption known for lungjgt
and throat diseases. Guaranteeu ro
never disappoint the
Hartz, drug store
street. Price 50c and $1. Trial bottle
Will Erect Fine Building. A con
tract has been let for a handsome
business block to be erected by tlr--Rock
Island Brewing company on th?
southwest coiner of Fifteenth street
and Sixth avenue. Three frame struc
tures will be moved olT the site to
make way for the new block', which
will be one of the most imposing fro n
an architectural standpoint in J li -
city. The building will have a frontag-'
on Fifteenth street of BIT feet and on
Sixth avenue of TO feet. It will be two
stories high with basement and wi'l
be built of stone, pressed brick aivl
stucco work. The roof is to be of tiV.
which is decidedly unique in archi
tecture in the tit v. The plans w'o re
drawn by Arthur Huen, a Chicago ar
chitect of wide repute. Henry W.
Hoist has been awarded the contract,
and though the price is not announce!
it is understood the structure will co-ir
in the neighborhood of $-"u,0'io. The'
building should be completed and
ready for occupancy by the first of th'
year. There will be three storerooms
on the first Hour and the second Hour
will be given over to flat suites. Th
suites will have all modern conven
iences. Two of the storerooms wi'l
probably be used for saloon purposes.
Costs City More. The factory fire
station will cost the city $l,."(t0 nio-e
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mail niu ueiiuaci price as a result oi
the long standing controversy wit.i
the Moline Brass works over posses
sion of the site at Fifth street at !
Third avenue. The bid of Victor John
son, which was accepted fully a year
and a half ago. was S'.UM'O on the gen
eral contract. Mr. Jofinson at once b j
gan to assemble material to begin o i
the contract when the trouble over ti e
removal of the bras works, foundry to
a new site was precipitated. Mr.
Johnson naturally asked relief after
tlie long delay, and the council coei-
mittee on buildings and grounds -ported
that it had effected a setib
ment with Mr. Johnson wherebv th
contract will be completed for $1.!C0
additional to the original contract
Officers Cannot Come. Grand Sire
E. S. Conway of the sovereign gran 1
lodge of Odd Fellows writes from Oak
Park that it will be impossible for hi.-i
to accept the invitation of Swedish
Olive lodge to attend the ceremony of
laying the cornerstone of the nc-v
Swedish Olive building in this city
It is also impossible to secure Grard
Master Merrills of Belleville, and if m
outside speaker cannot be secured, ;
local man will be sought. It is por
sihie the cornerstone ceremony will .yj
held either Aug. ".1 or Sept. 1. A tem-poran-
floor will be built over the foun
dation to seat the gathering at the
ceremony. Tlie foundation walls no
and Mrs. Harry W. Hill on Second ave
Miss Edna Xichol of Cuba, III., is
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mis. George Xichol and daughter
Myra spent Friday in Rock Island.
Mr. Cook and family, formerly of
Eleventh street, Silvis, have moved to
Miss Edith Crabbe of Streator. 111..
spent Sunday with Miss Helen Don-
Mrs. E. G. McDole and daughter Myr
tle of Rock Island spent Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hinklcy.
Miss Vera Hinklcy, who has been
visiting with her aunt, Mrs. R. A.
Shaw of Rock Island, for the past few
days, returned home Friday.
Clare Corbin entertained a number
of young friends at his home on Thir
teenth street Wednesday evening, in
honor of his 11th birthday anniversary.
Refrtshim nts were served. Clare re
ceived some handsome gifts.
Mrs. Charles Garner and children and
Miss Barfz of Chicago have arrive 1
for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. J. Arnell of Rock Island spent
Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
G. J. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fry of Eighth
street have moved into a house on
Miss Genevieve, Scot t left Monday for
Missouri, where she will spend about
two weeks visiting among relatives.
The Misses Griffin of near Galena,
111., who have been visiting at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Hanson, left
1'iiday for Lyons, and Clinton, Iowa,
where they will visit .Miss Blanch Pass
more and return home by wav of
Mrs. Dick Bell and her niece. Miss
Helen D'iiaghho, last Thursday delight
Inly enteitained the "M" chapter of
the P. E. O. society of Slieriard. Mrs.
Marcia Minor Donaldson of Coal Va!
ley was initiated into the secrets of tie.
si-terhoud. Miss Bessie Lewis served
a three-course dinner to the 1 ladies
vOuntinued on Puge Six. )
A SYSTEMIC )
UNDERMINES THE HEALTH-
LAYS THE FOUNDATION FOR DISEASE
Malaria comes from the absorption into the blood of germs and microbes
which destroy the rich, nutritive qualities of the circulation and reduce it to
a weak, watery, disease-spreading stream. The healthy color of the skin is
given to it by the millions of little red corpuscles which are in the blood.
These are the carriers of nourishment and health to all parts of the body ;
in other words the very life and vitalizing essence of the circulation. The
destruction of these corpuscles by the malarial poison takes the color
from the cheek, and in the hrst stages ot juaiaria we nave paie, sallow laces,
poor appetite, a bilious condition is set up, and we feel "out of sorts"
generally. But Malaria means more than this ; it is a systemic Diooa poison,
which undermines the health and gives rise to innumerable and sometimes
serious disorders and diseases if the poison is allowed to remain in the blood.
As the blood becomes more and more polluted with the malarial poison, the
digestion becomes deranged, chills and fever are frequent, skin diseases,
boils and carbuncles, and sores and ulcers break out on the flesh, and after
awhile the foundation is laid for other diseases which either prove fatal or
permanently undermine and wreck the health. Malaria can only be worked
out of the system through the Uiooti. rurging ine nver ana Doweis wua
strong, nauseating cathartics can never remove the trouble because they do
not reach the blood where the germs are constantly multiplying. The only
hope for a cure is a remedy that can destroy the germs and microbes, and
. - . i . . ii- . r ' .1 o o o - 1. . .1 1 r
neutralize me uaei enecis oi me poison, auu o. o. v. i mc mcuniuc iu
accomplish this, because it is a perfect blood purifier and a general systemic
remeay oi unequal leu value, o. . &.
searches out and removes every trace
. of the malarial poison and puts the
blood in such rich, healthy condition
that sallow, anaemic complexions take(
Or Ol JQ on the ruddy glow oi health, the uverj
nmiti iinu uigcbuuu ciic iiguicu, mc cippc-
tite improved, the sj'stem vitalized,
and strengthened, and every symptom of Malaria passes away. Malarial
persons will find S. S. S. not only a prompt remedy but a gentle, pleasant act-j
ing one, as well as a certain cure for this disease. Besides removing the
cause of Malaria S. S. S. builds up every part of the system by its fine tonic
effects. Persons living in a malarial section should, at this season, fortiiy
their systems against this insidious disease by purifying their blood with a
course of S S. S. Book on the blood and any medical advice desired sent
free of charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
Are you owing several small bills in several places, where it takes
all jour money each week to yiy on these bills? If so, don't worry,
but come to us, for our business was established to help all iho: e who
g need money.
9 We will loan any amount from $3.M0 to $20 on household goods.
horses and wagons, pianos, or other personal property, without remo-
g val. and arrange the payments in either weekly or monthly install-
r incuts, and then one small payment made either once a week or once
a month will pay on all your bills.
V Seventy-two cents is the weekly payment on a $:'! loan for 5'J
O weeks' time, and all other amounts at same proportion.
Rheumatism Cured In a Day.
Mystic Cure for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cured in one to
three days. Its action on the system
is remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly benefits; 75 cents and $1.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second ave
nue, Rock Island; Gustavo Schlegel &
oon, 220 West Second street, Davenport.
Mr. Dumbeck has rented the small
store formerly occupied by the Silvis
postollice to a Carbon Cliff barber, who
will open iti a new place of business.
The Simmons Hardware company of
ouis sent an agent to Silvis to
. mu,iu. ;see about the prospects of starting a
C "ni1" t V' ,V hrlware store. He seemed in favor
'i eV m i iv ..--(Of the town, and the Liemann building
as a location .is under advisement.
Silvis may have a new express com
pany soon. Men have been here to
find out what the prospects for one are.
The new car in Silvis left the track
in the forenoon Friday and again in
the afternoon at Thirteenth street,
where there had been a washout.
Mrs. Sable, who formerly resided in
the Craig house on Fifth street, will
move out of that place next week, to
go to Moline.
Mrs. Kemper of Farmington is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Harry P. Loose of
Paul Ixiose, who formerly was em
are caused by Indigestion. If you eat a
littla too much, or if you are cubject to
attacks of Indirection, you have no doubt
had shortness of breath, rapid heart beats,
heartburn or palpitation of the heart.
Indigestion causes the stomach to
expand swell, and puff up against the
heart. This crowds tha heart and inter
feres with its action, and in the coursa of
time tho heart becomes diseased.
digests what you eat, takes the strain off
of the heart, and contributes nourishment,
strength and health to every organ of tha
body. For Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour
Stomach, Inflammation or the mucous
rr.Gmbrar.es lining the Stomach and Diges
tive Tract, Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh
zi the Stomach.
After eatine, my food would distress me by maklnt
my heart palpitala and I would become very weak.
Finally I pot a boltle of Kodol and it cave me imma
liaie relief. After usir.j a few bottles I am cured.
MRS. LORING NICHOLS. Penn Yan. N. Y.
I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I
had heart trouble with it. I took Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure for about lour months and it cured me.
D. KAUELE. Nevada. O.
Digests What You Eat
&1Ut Indignation, I !Tcpr4 t th Lfeb
our stomach, belch- I aratoryof B.O.DWltt
Ing of tin, rtn. I Co..Chlciro,P B A.
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
For the good of those suffering wi h ' Ployed in the Silvis shops and late of
eczema or other such trouble. I wish : arniington. has returned to aims
I to say, my wife had something of that asain and has taken a position in the
' kind and after using the doctors' rem- Silvis yards.
'edies for some time concluded to try) Mrs. William Ash of Sherrard spent
Chamberlain's Salve, and it proved to Tuesday with Mrs. George Mchol.
be better than anything she had tried. I Miss Mary Sheppard of Wyoming has
J0OOCDOO0OCXX3OO0OOOOXXXCXXX For sale by all druggists. : arrived for a visit at the home of Mr.
Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this department,
which Is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the com
pany. We act aa executor of and trustees under Wills, Administrator,
Guardian and Conservator of Estates. .
Receiver and Assignee of Insolvent Estates. General Financial Agent
for Non-Residents, Women. Invalids, and others. B
H!::Jl i liii 1 1 w rT'MQiii'Mmiii i
At the Club
Or at home, our bottled goods
arc the best beverages. Our
Ginger- Ale, Iron Brew, Orange
Cider, are in a class by them
selves. Are all pure ami whole
some. They please the palate,
quench the thirst, aid digestion,
and promote health. Also send
for a case of the most refreshing
drink in the world Coca Cola.
Sole bottlers for Rock Island
Carse & Ohlweiler
Cor. Eleventh St. and Fifth Ave.
Old phone west 14, new phone
EVERYTHING STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
We loan in Buffalo, Le Claire, Princeton, Clinton, Silvis, East Mo
line, and all nearby towns.
If you need money, fill out the blank below and mail to us, and our
agent will call and explain all of our plans to you without charge.
Letters and phone calls given prompt attention.
Tri-City Loan Co.,
Old Phone N. 2-125. 219 Brady Street, Davenport
Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights.
Now Complete General Store
We wish to announce to our patrons and the public
generally that we have lately added to our stock of fancy
and staple groceries a
Complete Line of Hardware
and accessories to that line, and it will be our endeavor
to keep the stocks complce at all times.
We pay highest prices for country produce. Make this
store your headquarters.
Tomlinsoa H Convill,
1624 Fourth Avenue, Rock Island. Both Phones.
'PIJM y Elegan
I - m . "TC. X I T' TT '..4'-
Elegancc in Wall Paper
Unction of carriage and d
Mirtmcni in humans, appeals to th r
artistic eye. There's a eertain sub
tle "soim.'thins" in papers we wlec'.
and sell which speaks of styl.-.
taste and superiority which peop1''
appreciate. We a.--k yon to see an l
select wall defoliations here at yu:
leisure, as you will find our good-;
priced very low.
ggj Paridon Wall Paper Co.
i 5eventeenin street.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK.
ROCK ISLOND, 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.
II. P. Hull, Vice PresidenL
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1870
and occupies S. E. corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde building.
It. It. Cable,
William II. Dart,
II. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst,
II. S. Cable.
Solicitors Jackson & Hurst-