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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 5. 1907.
NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORS
o'clock, through the principal strop's after visiting a few days with Mrs.
Leg Broken by Car. John Doyle,
residing at 425 East. Twelfth stree,
and employed In repairing the pavintr
at Second and Ripley street, met with
a painful accident yesterday afternoon,
lie was struck by a bridge car ana"
h.ul his left leg broken. The patient
v. as conveyed in the ambulance to
A'. ercy hospital."
Y. M. C. A. Deed Filed. A deed of
c mveyance, whereby for a considera
t: n of 2fi,r0D, the 11a vies heirs tran?
f r to tho Davenport Y. M. C. A., tin
i! 'ithwest "corner of Fourth and Harri
si ii street, was filed for record yester
day in the office of tho county recorder
by Lane & Waterman.
Arrange to Unveil Monument.
J: any societies, American and Gcv
n,an, will participate in the unveiling
ot the monument erected in Washing-t-
n square between Second and Third
a id Gaines and Western avenue Sun
day. There will be a big parade, the
various societies assembling at 9
Makes Work Easier.
Rock Island People Are Pleased
Learn How it is Done.
It's pretty hard to attend to duties
With a constantly aching back;
With annoying urinary disorders.
i)oua s Kidney 1'ills make won;
They cure backache.
They cure every kidney ill.
Arthur Geiger, 509 Twentieth street,
I:oek Island, 111., says: "I have known
v hat it is to suffer from kidney trou
t.'e, and for the benefit of those who
nay be troubled as I was, I want to
r commend Doan's Kidney Pills as a
s ;re and safe cure for the very worst
c ises. For many years I was troubled
v. ith a dull aching sensation through
r y back. I paid little attention to it
f r some time, but it did not go awav
but kept geting worse. My work ca'.ls
for considerable stooping, and when
ever I would stoop I would suffer se
vere shooting pains across the smi
of my back on arising. This continued
fr some time and one day it got ;o
severe I had to give up my work and
g j home. The pains and aches grew
sieadily worse, accompanied by a too
f'equent passage of the kidney secre
t.ons which was very annoying, partic
ularly at night, as it broke up my rest.
I sent for a doctor and he gave me
medicine, but it did no good. Doan's
Kidney Pills were recommended to j
by a friend and I procured a box at tht
Iiarper house pharmacy. I was sik-
rrised at the ouick results. They ha 1
i.amediate effect. I continued takin?
t'iem for a few weeks, and was at my
v ork again. The pains had left m-
and the passages of the kidney secre
tions became normal. I can heartily
r.'commend Doan's Kidney Pills far
anyone suffering from similar trou
les." For sale by all dealers. Price 50e.
I oster Millmrn company, Buffalo, New
York, sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
of the city, after which the monument
erected by the German Veterans it
1870-71 will be nn veiled with full cere
Vogt Not Implicated. H. H. Vogt is
another Davenport business man who
finds his name has been mentioned
too frequently to suit him, as one A
the business men who are behind Cap
tain Xeal in his prosecution of tin
Davenport saloons. Mr. Vogt stated
emphatically that he had absolutely
nothing to do with the cases. He feels
like many others that it is time for
Captain Xeal to specify who he reallv
represents, instead of dealing in ger-
Agree on Ferry Franchise. The
Bettendorf council held a meeting
Tuesday night at which the matter cf
tho ferry franchise to E. II. Van Pat
ten was taken up and disposed of sat
isfactorily to the latter, as well as tJ
the Davenport Water Power company
and others interested. Mayor Robeser.
of Bettendorf being ill. Alderman J.
C. Kohle presided at the meeting. At
torney Henry Vollmer and E. Ilug.i
Schmidt of Davenport appeared in be
half of Van Patten and Attorney Wil
liam Theophilus for the Water Pow.t
company. Attorney J. Clark Hall, who
represents the town of Bettendorf. was
not present. The franchise granted
calls for a landing at or near Born-
mann's, near the old Charles Watkii.p
place. A meeting of the three attor
neys named will be held at Bettendorf
tomorrow at which the details will be
arranged and an ordinance drawn up
providing for granting the Van Patten
inierests a right-of-way across the
Water Power company's bridge, should
they build one.
. . , i v i , v .j a., lino i ibimi - .
made the trip in their automobile.
Mr. and Mrs. George Piatt of Tenn
essee arrived Wednesday and will vis
it relatives for an indefinite time.
The funernl of LeRov Arthur Vaj'
Dolah was held Thursday at the Pine
Bluff church at 10:30 a. m
W. C. T. U. Elects. The annual
mooting of the local W. C. T. II. was
held Tuesday afternoon with Mn.
Rev. Mr. I Charles Ogden. Dr. Marie Edwards
Morton officiated. The body
f And when our stock has been
arranged we will show the most
J, complete line it has ever been
our pleasure to place before our
patrons. We are now located in
h our old quarters, 211-212, which
t have entirely been rearranged.
j We shall be pleased to have you
O call and look over our stock and
O the styles for the coming sea-
g WE DO FIRST CLASS PRESS-
ING AND REPAIRING
g Rooms 211-212, Peoples National
g Bank Building.
Elks Approve of Purchase. The
Davenport lodge of Elks, Xo. 29S. held
a meeting in the Elk club rooms Tues
day evening and approved of the pur
chase of the lot made by the building
committee for the sum of $27,000. Th
property purchased is situated just
west of the new hotel and is separate',
from the hotel by a private alley. Ths
lot was formerly tho Clausson prop
erty. It has a Fourth street frontage
of 81 Va feet. When the new building
is completed it will be nearly 100 fe
in lengui ana iwo stories in neigni.
To the froi.-t of the building will be
the ladie parlors and to the rear the
social rcoms for the members and tho
banquet hall. The billiard hall and
bowling alley will also be in the rea
The fourth street entrance will bo
very handsomely decorated and there
will be spacious porches. The lodg
room and paraphernalia used in the
initiatory work will be on the second
floor. Sketches have been made by
Architect Hanssen & Harfst and after
a few alterations have been made by
tne building committee of the Elks
the plans and work on the building
can Io started. It is expected that
the building will be ready for opening
Obituary Record. After 5o year.,
re.s-irtenco in Scott county, Mrs. Eliza
beth Alexander, widow of John H.
Alexander, passed away yesterday
morning at her home. 202 Kirkwoo.l
boulevard. Mrs. Alexander was born
in Blair county, Penn . Aug. 17. 1S2.3.
her maiden name being Elizabe 'l
Hickson. She came to Scott county
in 1S52. and shortly afterwards was
married to John H. Alexander. For a
time they lived in Lincoln township
and then thev moved in to Jersey
Ridge, some 35 years ago, and a fee
years ago moved to : ee home on Kirk-
wood boulevard whica Mrs. Alexander
has continued to occupy since her hus
band's death. Sept. 12, 1902.
Elizabeth Margaret. Hinrichsen died
yesterday at her homo, 2123 Scott
street, after a severe week's illne
from typhoid fever. Deceased was 15
years, 4 months pud 2 days old, having
been born May 2. 1592. She was
graduate of Xo. 4 school, having com
pleted her work in the graded school;
last June. Her r a rents, Mr. and Mri
Christian Hinrich.-en, one sister Emma
and two brothers, Charles and Andrew
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schultz
mourn the loss of thfcir infant sou
Herbert Schultz, who died Tuesda-
borne to its last resting place by the
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Gorhani
The Misses Arizona Watson, Eth-l
Foster and Carrie Freyermuth arrived
home from St. Louis Saturday, after
spending the past two weeks with
friends and relatives at that place.
They came home by the way of Rock
Island and spent one night with Miss
Belle Reynolds of Moline.
The Misses Pearl Watson and Emma
Anderson arrived home Friday after
spending a week in Rock Island attend
ing the teacher's institute and visiting
Miss Belle Reynolds of Moline came
down Saturday evening and will visit
for a while at the home of her parent.?
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds.
J. H. Foster arrived home Thurs
day after visiting for several weeks
with his daughter, Mrs. Brogan of
Albia and hi? sister of Des Moine.-
whom he had not seen for years.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Gillett spent
Sunday and Monday at the homo oi
their daughter. Mrs. Carl Blankenburg
of Rock Island.
Miss Carrie Freyermuth spent Sun
day at the home of her uncle. II, C
Meyers and family of Wrayville.
Miss Mary Shirkey is suffering with
a" bruised foot.
Carl Witt is sick.
Miss Xellie Ahschlager returned to
her home in Muscatine Saturday, vis
iting with relatives at Wrayville.
Litile Raymond Norton Klelst is
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Feldman spenf
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Foster of West Liberty.
Delia BoA-ser departed Sunday morn
ing for Buffalo Prairie, whore she will
visit her sister.
Dr. B. E. Eversmeyer of Muscatiu0
Sunday with friends at Ferai-
presided. The first business of tho
day was planning for tho county con
vention which will be held in this cit.v
Sept. 17 and IS. At this convent ion
Mrs. Beauchamp, state president of
Kentucky, will be present, and the lo
cal union is pleased that it can prosem
so lluent and delightful a speaker.
The members are looking forw ard t ;
a largo attendance at th- eonventioi;
and fed that much benefit will result.
Mis. Ben Tyrrell and Mrs. Rose Dona
hoo were appointed a committee to se
cure places for the entertainment of
delegates. Dinner will be served t
the delegates at the church where Ue
sessions will be held. Mrs. Nancy
Hartzcll was present jJMo meeting
to the delight of the members. Mrs.
Hartzell, in her 91st
oldest member of the
appointed a delegate
union to the convention,
egates being Mrs. L. I
HAIR NATURALLY ABUNDANT.
When It Is Free of Dandruff, It Grows
Hair preparations and dandruff
cures, as a rule, are sticky or irritating
affairs that do no earthly good. Hair,
when not diseased, grows naturally,
luti'riantly. Dandruff is the cause of
niiio-tenths of all hair trouble, and dan
druff is caused by a germ. The only
way to cure dandruff is to kill the
germ; and. so far, the only hair prep
aration that will positively destroy th'
germ is Newbro's Herpicide abso
lutely harmless, free from grease, sedi
ment, dye matter or dangerous drugs.
It allays itching instantly; makes hair
glossy and soft as silk. "Destroy the
cause, you remove the effect." Sold
by leading druggists. Send 10c ii
stamps for sample to the Herpicid;;
company, Detroit, Mich. Sold in tv)
sizes, r(nc and $1. T. II. Thomas, spe-v
ia! agent. g
year, being the
union She w;,s
from the loci I
the other del
, Savage an 1
Mrs. Susan Pierce. The election re
sulted: President, Dr. Maria Edwards;
recording secretary, Mrs. W. F. Eas -man;
treasurer, Mrs. Rose Han.V.ioo
corresponding secretary. Mrs. W. E.
Crane; Auditor, Mrs. M. It. Metzgar.
Thursday, Sept. 5.
Olio iK 111 Only.
Dr Johnson and family have re
turned from a week's visit in th-.
southern part of Illinois.
Miss Esther Johnson returned Mon
day from a week's visit in Cable.
The Indies Missionary union met
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Junius
Ernest Winter returned to Beloit
Tuesday morning after a few days vis
it here and at Hampton.
Mr. and Mrs. Darrow spent Monday
Mrs. St. John of Cable is visiting
Mrs. Fritchle at the City hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Bloom and Bertha
Bush spent a few days in Geneseo.
Mr. Caffry, who has been working in
Marquette, Mich., has returned.
Miss Pearl Kessler spent Wednesday
There is to be a week's show and
a merry-go-round on First avenue and
Mr. Norton is moving his family
here from Grinnell, Iowa.
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Insurance company, Newark
American Ins. Co Newark, N. J.
Continental Ins. Co New York
Agricultural Ins. Co New York
Tanners' Ins. Co York, Pa.
Williamsburg Ins. Co New York
New Hampshire Ins. Co. .N.IIampshlra
Northern Ins. Co New York
.Security Ins. Co... New Haven, Conn,
las. Co. Stated Illinois.. Rockford, 111.
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. oi Connecticut
Office, room 3, Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
evening. The child was 1 year,
months and 14 tlays old.
Mrs. T. Noble and children of Pine
Bluff are visiting in Aledo this week
Mrs. Lizzie Stanley and daughter of
Detroit, Mich., are visiting the fo
mer's sister, Mrs. William McGreer.
Mrs. Howard White and daughter
Adelia, will leave Saturday evening
for Los Angeles, Cal., where they will
visit for an indefinite time
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Felgert and tw
sons and daughter of Grand Rapids,
Mich., have returned to their home
Sickness Is next to Impossible If 70a keep
the Kidney a, Liver and Bowels In perfect
working order with an occasional dose of
Dr. A. W. Chase's
Mr. S. B. Iloiden. No. Cass Ave.,
Grand Rapids, Mich., says: "I bave for
years been fibject to sluggishness of the
liver and constipation, the kidneys were also
inactive and caused me a great deal of pain
across my ioins. I got soma of Dr. A. W.
Chase's Kidney-Liver Fills and they cared
the Inactivity of the organs rapidly and
easily. I would not be without them." 26c
a box at ail dealers. Write for a free sample.
Dr. A. W. Chase Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
For Sale at Harper House Pharmacy.
A quiet wedding took place at th"
Methodist parsonage here Saturday
evening, Aug. 31. when Marc Wool
and Miss Alta Fuller of Moline wc-o
united in marriage. The ceremony
was performed by the groom's father,
Rev. T. J. Wood, assisted by Rev. W.
A. Rigg of the Baptist church. Only
a few friends were present. The
young couple will make their home in
Moline. The best wishes of this com
munity are theirs.
Airs. u. Haskell ana Miss Anna ar
visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wait 1
Trenton, 111. They are expected home
Mrs. Mary Sperling has rented her
house to Prof. C. Houseworth. She
expects to make her home for a few
months with her daughter, Mrs. G. F.
Davison of Jacksonville, 111. She will
leave here about the first of October.
Miss Elizabeth Iioney of Duncan
visited friend in this community this
Mrs. H. R. Higgins of Atkinson and
her mother. Mrs. Eliza Ekstrom, are
visiting at Mrs. Al Ekstrom's.
The W. F. M. S. tea held at the
home of Mrs. P. C. Freytag Wednes
day afternoon was quite a success. A
bountiful supper was served to a largr?
number of people.
Miss Grace Vickers spent Wednes
day with her sister, Mrs. E. G. Frey
tag. Miss Hawes is the guest of her
cousin. Miss Daisy Wait, this week.
Miss Mary Vickers Is staying with
her sister, Mrs. James Boney, west of
Misses Nola Ekstrom and Iva John
son, who have been visiting at Airdri2,
Alberta, Canada, have left that place
and are now at Portland, Ore. Their
next stop will be at Pueblo, Col., whero
they will visit Miss Ekstrom's brother,
Abraham Ekstrom, and family.
Mrs. C. C. Trent left for Port Byron
Thursday for a short visit with relatives.
Find Body. Harold McKinney's
body was recovered from its watery
grave Tuesday afternoon shortly be
fore 3 o'clock only a short distance
from where the Tatigued lad sank Sun
Silvis Wants Waterworks. Silvis :?
getting anxious for a waterworks plant
and a sewer system. It is said tha'
leading nn-n of the railroad town are
contemplating the laying of water
mains and the establishing of a r-;-;--voir
to furnish water Tor the village.
The manner in which the water is t i
be secured iias not beer, decided upoe
as the question only but recently arose
Improve park at once. Work will
be started immediately upon the im
provement of Sylvan park, located
along the river front, between
Eighteenth and Twentieth streets, in
accordance with-"the plans drawn b
the city engineer, Clark Anderson
Tile bids for the work proved to be
much higher than the city engineer
has estimated t ho work at, in fact
higher than the amount of money on
hand which couiil be used for park
purposes. In view of this fact, the
park committee solved the problem by
recommending to the council that the
McCarthy Improvement company bj
awarded the work, as that company
has agreetl to do the work and furnish
all materials necessary to rip-rap th?
river front and construct, driveways
in accordance with the plans adopted
by the paik committee for tho cost
thereof phis ltt per cent, the work ti
be done under tin -supervision of th
city civil engineer and direction of tin
Decrease in School Attendance.
The public schools are open for the fall
teim and show an attendance of near
ly 3,000, not including the high school.
The attendance of the grade schools
and the kindergarten shows a total
number of 2.S72 and the high school
will have upwards of 4u0 student.-:,
considerably more than last year.
However, there is a slight decrease in
the number of pupils in attendance at
the grade schools, there being a total
of 3.143 the opening day of last year,
but this decrease is explained in the
fact that many families have moved
to Eaft Moline and Silvis. Neither
can tho opening day figures be taken
as final as many students enter school.;
after the first day.
McKinley to Coach. An agreement
was reached Tuesday evening iiv
which Harvey McKinley, the efficient
football coach, will take charge of the
Moline high school football team thi.
year. On account of his law business
Mr. McKinley had practically refused
to accept the coachim; of the team
this year, but he was pressed pretty
hard by the football enthusiasts an'l
he has now accepted under the condi
tion that he will not be expected t j
devote as much time to the team as
An Aristocratic Tramp
SEE the Exciting Automobile Race
I lit iiomI KraliKtir Ksiilrtiml oine I-;vr
FIVE BIG SPECIALTY ACTS.
IM!I( IIS lilc, 3ic and r.t'e. Sent
sab at theater. I'limic 224.
ilRlCTION CtiAMBf RUN. KINDT. CoriPANY
Friday Evening. Sec'. 6.
If You Want Vaudeville,
Here It Is.
The Great Sully Family
1? autiful Elizabeth Esieile Quiag
Mackey & Viekerson Marvelous
Fred i 'eider and The 20th Cen
10c TO ALL PARTS CF THE
THE HOUSE 10c.
TWO SHOWS S o'clock and 9:30,
flow carvv Txfii
I to pay r. I ' Y v
Have You a Note
You Can't Meet?
Do you fully appreciate
what it means to take uo
a note on the day it's due? y
And what it means if you've o
got to ask for an extension?
Banks, especially, expect o
the paper taken care of rignt J
on the day not the ne?:t c
day. And after .promptly J
meeting the first obligation p
your credit will be that iuuca P
better on the next one. It's
the same with all credit; it q
you pay promptly your credit O
is good any time, but if you
"e uncertain you soon get 6
the reputation of being
"bad pay." 6
So if you owe a note that's ('lie or owe a bill that should be paid. .j
beter see 11s and arrange for the money. That's good, sound busi- Q
ness sense and its good tin a 0 de-ring too. We make quick, private U
Joans on furniture, pianos, hoises, wagons, cows and other personal im
properly, without removing t'l property, without publicity and on jc
the best terms and lowest r. es in the city. p
We'll be glad to tell you abe.ut our easy and convenient plans; il g
yo.i cannot call, wtite or plire.e us and we'll send our agent to se? o
you. No charge of any kind unless we make you a loan. Q
FIDELITY LOAN CO.,! 1
MITCHELL, & LTXDE BLOCK, ROOM 38, ROCK ISL.AW D.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m., and Saturday evenings. Telephone G
west 514; new telephone 6011. c-
One Miilit Only.
Saturday, Sept. 7.
Lambert Presents tho Great West
ern "cmely Sueeess,
THE GIRL AND
Willi Sprelnl Seenery, Ile:u:t!ful C
(iiiik'n, mill n 1'ir.st (Iunm
Lint- of Sirial-
I'l'ICKS 2.".c. ir.i- and r.i. Seat sale
at Ixix oilier. IMielie west 221.
CONSULT DR. WALSH FIRST.
lie la the oM 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 prove his
cures are permanent, for the people he cured 12 years ago have remained
YOU CANOT GET A SURE CURE
DOMT wa?te your time trying others, for you cannot get our treatment
at any other place, as most of our applianct-s and treatments are the re
suits of our own sluily and Invention, and you cannot get the same re
suits without them.
SEE our new gigantic Static X-Ray machine. It Is a wonder. We use all
forms of electricity, vibration and violet rays. Call ami see a thoroughly
equipped institute. Consultation, nspeetion and explanation freo and
UK UL;li!i:it, our treatment Is the brst and the cheapest. Don't pay your
money tor inferior treatment when he surest is the cheapest. Our guar
antee Is backed by 12 years of succea riylit here In Davenport and thous
ands of cured and satisfied patients. Do business like a business man
go where you ran get the best for your money If you are not sure, in
vestigate, and be- sure you're right, then go ahead.
VOIK suffering from nervous exhaustion, headache, backache, consti
pation, neuralgia, palpitation of the heart, or any other disease peculiar
to tho sex, should consult Dr. Walsh and got the benefit of his vast ex
perience. MKN', -,ve cure blood disease, skin diseases, urinary and hlac'.der 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 vou 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. m., 2 to
4:30, and 1 to 8:30 p, in. Sundays from 10:30 to 12 a. m.
iat.CTION CHAFIBrRUN.KlKDTA COMPAMV
Sunday, Sept. 8.
Lost and Fojnd.
Lost, between 9.30 p. m., yesterday
and rioon today, a bi'ious attack, wih
nausea and sick. headache. This loss
was occasioned by finding at W. T.
Matinee iiimI MbIi.
l-'razce Wade l'reseiit the original
I'roduction. Direct from '.'! Weeks'
Kim in Chicago,
THE ROYAL CHEF
With the Original Dig Cast. Includ
ing WILLI M J. M'CAHTIIV
and Tin-: mmiLi:ni.
Forty Beautiful Girls.
Thirty Song Hits.
A Scenic Divplay of Oriental Splendor,
Seat sale opens Friday. Sept. fi, at
VTM-1;'3 7.f r.fte T.'.e mill Jl: m.-lt-
inee, 2T.C. 3."c ami r0c. I'hone west 221.
Had Tetter for 30 Years.
I have suffered with tetter for 30
years and have tried almost countless
remedies with little, if any, relief.
Three boxes of Chamberlain's Salve
cured me. It was a torture. It breaks
out a little sometimes, but nothing to
what it used to do. D. ti. Beach, Mid
land City, Ala. Chamberlain's Salve is
for sale by all druggists.
H) u In
When you want a quick cure without
any loss of time, and one that is followed
by no bad results, use
Colic, Cholera and
Hartz s drug store a box of Dr. King s It equally valuable for chndren. It &
New Life Pills. Guaranteed for bi!- famous for its cures over a laiee cart oi
ousness, malaria and jaundice. 25c. 1 the civilized world. . ...
A 'vert are.
U !.e 1'age Sistirs; comedy
singing ami talking act.
(' Illustrated Sonjr.
I) Karl tJirdeller; comedy ac
10 Darnev Williams; monolofj
ist. I-" Vincent and Minor: special
ty novelty. "The Spirit ol' Wine "
G Elite Scope.
No Publicity! No Difficulty! i
In borrowing from
working men come
:t"s why business men, professional men, and
money. It's because all dealings are private.
A threat many people dislike to jo to a loan office to borrow money
0 on account of tin air of publicity that prevails in these places.
Q But no one need hesitate eominsr to us on that account. Business
Q can be transacted here with the utmost privacy. We have private rooms
j for the convenience of our patrons.
Q You can pet money on short notice, and with no trouble to yourself.
J here. lt"s strictly a business transaction and is arranged quiet ly, iiiick-
X ly and without publicity, in amounts from flu upwards.
rj Xo inquiries made. 'Xo references asked. Xo delay.
1 MUTUAL LOAN CO..
O (Unincorporated.) C
Peoples National Bank Bldg. Telephone Old West 122 J
Room 411, Rock Island, 111. Office hours, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. jj
Open Wednesday and Saturday Evenings, to 9 p. m.
L. D. MUDGE,
H. B. SIMMON,
B A TJ 1 . 8
For picnics, dances, society
meetings and public and private
gatherings of all kinds
Everything new and redecor
ated. Telephone for open dates.
CEXTRAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock, $100,000. Four IVr Cent latei-mt Paid oi Drpoalta.
C. J. Larkin,
J. J. LaVeile,
IL E. Casteel,
Li. D. Mudge,
H. D. Mack,
M. S. Heagy,
H. D. Simmon,
II. H. Cleaveland,
Mary E. Robinson,
E. D. Sweeney,
H. W. Tremana.
Estates and property of all kinds are mnnapod by this department,
which is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the com
pany. We act as 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.
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 cr Real Estate Security.
Phil Mitchell, President.
H. P. Hull, Vice President
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1870
and ocenpies S. E. corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde building.
R. R. Cable,
William II. Datt,
H. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst,
H. S. Cable.
Solicitors Jackson ft Hnrtt.