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HUGUa 5OTTJRTJAY, SEPTEMBER' 8,
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Peoples National Bank
AT BOCK ISH.KD,
In the State of Illinois, at the close of
business September 4, 1900. -
Loans and discount (516,15147
Overdrafts secured and un
secured 8,339 41
TJ. S. Howls to secure circu
lation 30.000 00
Bon or. securities, etc 5,000 CO
Uanlvuut -house, f uruiture and
tixtures 64,171 43
Due from National Banks
(not Reserve Agents) 9.281 50
Due from State Banks and
Bankers . 7,eS2 36
Due from approved reserve
agents. 130,4tl4 86
Redemption fund with U.S.
Treasurer (o per cent of
crculatloD) 1.500 00
Total IfeOD.O-M 42
lars Thursday night entered the resi
dence of Dr. Hency Matthey, 505 West
Sixth street. . A peculiar feature of
their visit is that they ransacked the
house pretty thoroughly, took their
Stole Lead. Jack Keams w j ume aBOUl " ana appearea to De m no
bound over to the grand jury under hete about their departure. They
Capital stock paid in
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid..
National bank note out
Due to btate Banks and
Rankers '.- 1.46J 13
Due to Trust Companies
and Savlups Bauks 16.5 73
Dividends unpaid 100 000
Individual deposits sub
ject to check 549,931 24
Demand certificates of
deposit 58.304 t5 609,983 9i
Total 8 k09,024 42
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
C cntt or UiK K Island. ( as
I. C. llellpenstell. oushier of the above
statement is true to the'hifst of my knowledge I the removal of the
and belief. C. hki.i.ptsti.t.i., Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Cth
dav of September. ISAM. K. W SOHOEDE.
(smi. Notary Public.
. WILLIAM ROTH. )
CHAS. McHCOH. '-Directors.
C. B MARSHALL. 1
S.ioo hnnda from Justice Roddewiz's opened tne rerrigerator, secured a
cour; on a charge of granJ larceny, bowl, ef cream and, the other delicacies
He is accused of -stealing six bars of contained tnerein ana reasted upon
pig lead from the American Can com- them.' They also made their way to
pany's store room, the bars being of th bata room. although there is no
a total value of $1S. evidence they took a bath. Here they
lound a pair or trousers belonging to
Get Next Convention. Secretary I ur- -anney, wuicu were lanen aown
Willfam H. Kane lias returned htxne I stairs and ransacked. A solid gold
from a weeks business and pleasure chain and a silverine watch, as also
trip to Waterloo, Mason City, Mar- several other articles of value, were
s-halitown. and Cedar Rapids. At these laKen.
cities the Modern Brotherhood of
America has been holding district Next Meeting Here. A meeting of
conventions and Mr. Kane was ores- the grand lodge of Harugari is now in
ent administration for a reelection session at Buffalo, M. i., and Albert
and put in a strong piea for the next Jansen and Louis Moeller are the dele
supreme convention to be held in Dav-1 gates, who are representing the -local
lioo.ooooo enport. Each sociqty was well repre- society, ine convention is one or tne
eo,ooooo sented at the convention. They en- biggest m tne history of the order.
9 060 46 dorsed the present administration few Davenport has been awarded the next
a reelection and Davenport was in- grand convention which will be held
dorsed as the city where the next su
preme convention shall be held in
in September, 1907.
been honored by
Albert Jansen has
School of Oratory Leaves. Carey M. Greek Sues Road. Xic Dran,
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Jones has decided- to remove to Chi- Greek laborer, through his attorneys,
caafo for permanent residence and he Chamberlin and Petersen, has had no-
and his family will depart for that tice served on the Rock Island road,
city in about two weeks. The removal notifying them that shortly a suit for
of Mr. Jones to Chicago also mean3 $10,000 damages would be filed against
Jones National the corporation. Dran, while in the
School of Auctioneering and Oratory employ of the above road, was- severe-
to that city. y injured last June by being thrown
from a handcar, for which he demands
McGee Bound Over. "Bogus" ot damages in the above sum.
Jolm McGee was bound over to the
arand iurv under $300 bonds from Jus- Place Books in Schools. The board
tice Roddewig's court. When the of trustees of the' Davenport public li-
time set for the preliminary hearing brary held its annual meeting Thurs-
nrrivl MpHee annearert with Georsre day afternoon. At this meeting new
W. Scott as counsel. Mr. Scott waived officers were elected. They are as fol-
nreliminarv and the prisoner was held, knvs: President. C. M. Waterman;
ST TTC TD. jr V jt 77 i VT..vtM
-OSS'. y- -eB -.
I 1 S V n OFJaiM T33. X ...t v S-V" etf"' Ae, YC.S
tniA A C.o Aoic .vert V 1 oeo- . .60 V iW Wl'
Driver Fiped $3. Charles Shaw,
driver for Ewert & Richter Transfer
company of Davenport, was fined $3
Dnrir TdoTuI Covin no DonV Preminy anu iae "lsoner w ueu- TT ,V o" and costs. S1--50 ln for attempting
J.WU1 lOiailU UaililO UaUfi, picGce is accused or larceny irom tne vice -j-eiueni, tiarry uowuer, uc- tQ haul tQQ heavy a load up tne Fif.
at rock island. person. He Is saw to Have stolen a rj, wv, a. m. juu.v. crue ui teenth street hill. It developed that
State of Illinois, before the commencement I sold watch valued at $3G from Miss I chief topics of discussion was a plan I th imnat s nnn nmm wp!?ht
STheuSuoorS Kraz- The theft was comniit- cufineu by Miss Rose; the librarian. for jhe team tQ Tne tires of the
for the state of Illinois pursuant to law,
Loans and discounts..
Other bonds and secu
rities. Inc. premiums
Other real estate
owned bv back
Due from State Banks
cash on hand:
a. Gold coin
b. Silver coin
C. National b'nk cur
rency d. Legal tencer and
e Fractional cur'cy.
Nickels and cents
ted at Suburban island Sundav.
Ransaok House. While the mem
bers of the family were asleep, burg-
rrevidiug for tbe sending of books to
the public schoofc. The result of the
discussion was a decision to try the
experiment in two of the outlying
Capital stock paid in. . S 100,000 00
Undivided profits less
exDenses and taxes
Paid 199,818 73
T- vldnd nnpaid
Time deposits, sarisffs 2,165.786 99
ueriLUCates 22S,Gb2 Hi
Due to other banks.
state banks and bankers
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Central Ttust and Savings Bank
AT ROCK ISLAND,
.$3,699,959 92 1 State of Illinnois. bffore the eommence-
l'iiinvs on tlie Titli tl;iy of STji-
tcmtxT, ii.i made to the auditor of
wagon used were less than three inch
es: lhe hne was directed at tne com
pany rather than the driver.
Advertise in Auto. Advertising for
the Red Men's carnival to be held
here Sept. 17 to 22 is being planned
on a big- scale. G. W. Thompson and
The Eclipse and Columbia were in George Kimmerling have arranged to
jort today. The J. S. and St. Paul
The stage of water was 5.S0 all day.
26 603 31
have an automobile decorated with,
banners make a tour of the country
within a radius of GO miles of Moline
to spread broadcast the news of the
"doin's" that will be on in the city.
Reduced rates have been arranged for
public riicounts. for the state of 1111
noi. pursuant to law.
S90.848 73I RESOrKCKS.
36J 00 I Loans and discounts.! l.lbo.SM 31
i i, nueii Maies njnaa.
2,3?8,40 .4 including preminis 500 00
Other bonds andsecuri-
t'.es. including nrcml
20.3.3 4a! utns 174.2T0 00
rurnllure and nxturas 2.574 u
. Z,'V.W 92 DuefromXat bnks... 16J.318 02
) I uue from state banks
Cocsttop KocK husD. C I and bankers
I. P. Greenawait. cashier of the Rock Island ICbecks ajd other oasa
Savings bank, tin solemnlv swear that the I Ufius
STATE OF ILLINOIS.
above statement is true, to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
1. GBEENAWALT. Cashier.
Snbscrbed and sworn to before me this 8th
aay of September, isS.
LSKALJ W. G. JOHNSTON.
Cash on haad:
a. Gold coin 27.345 CO
SUver coin 35 v
cerrtlates 4 421 03
currrenoy l.ouo 00
Legal Tender and
Treasury Notes 2 000 00
cy, nickels and
cents 9 20
Estate of John W. Wolfram. ilwMsod. I Total
Tin undrsif;n'.l. havinc bteri ont-
TZ'l?. tx'TU.t0r 'r,-l,Jf- !?st wi,1,.an,i Capital Stock paid In... 1100,000 00
. ....... ...111 ... "iii.uii. jint- il cnulvldea .fronts.
in.- county or jtoi-K island, state of II-1 jess expenses nd
iiiioi.H, uiTi'Msfd. irfr ry gives notice! taxes paid.. 5,611 48
that he will appear bt-fore th county I Dividends unpaid 75 CO
i-uuri. i hock jsianci couniy, at t lie I Time deposits, sav
county court room, in the city of Rock! ings 1,418.902 08
jxiunu. ai ine .Mivfmncr term, on tno Detuaad deposits, cer
Iirst .Monday in November next, at I tulcates 104 223 40
wnicn time all persons liavintf claims
asrainst said estate are notified and re-1 Total
quested to attend, for the purpose of
liavini? the same adjusted. All persons I Island bs-
A slitrht fallinsi tendency in-the Mis-
sissinni will prevail from Dubuoue to on all railroads entring Moline from
Muscatine I points in that extent of territory. The
round trip will be charged at the rate
RIVER BULLETIN. of a fare and a third and the ticket
Flood Rain- sale will begin Sept. 17, the tickets
stage. Hght. Chge. falL good until the 24th.
0 About Sixty to Colleg. The stu
0 I dent delegation from Moline this year
0 is as large as usual, numbering about
0 I sixty in all wh will be in 20 or more
0 colleges and universities in almost as
0 I many states. The Moline people at
0 IlllWs this vear will be especially
numerous, including a goodly number
0 I of th's year's graduating class at the
00 high school. Many more from that
0 class are olanninir to. work a year be
fore going to school
WAS BALD SIX YEARS.
Three rVUnths of the New Scientific
Treatment Restored His Hair.
Baldness ' is caused by dandruff,
which is caused by a germ. Kill the
germ and it is almost certain that hair
will grow again, if the follicle has not
been totally destroyed. Xe!s Peterson
of Lime Spur, Mont., says: "I had
been bald for six years, and had tried
all kinds of 'cures' but without any
benefit whatever, until I tried Herpi
cide. Nov. 1G, 1S99, I began using
Herpicide, and in three months a fine
growth of hair covered by head com
pletely." Ask your druggist for Her
picide. Everybody can have luxuri
ant, glossy hair, if Herpicide is used
thoroughly. Take no substitute. Sold
by leading druggists. Send 10c in
stamps for sample to The Herpicide
company, Detroit, Mich. T. H. Tho
mas, special agent.
It's the only medicine known that
penetrates into every organ of the
body and stays there. It's the best
tonic in the world Hollister's Rocky
muuuuuii tea. tea or taDiets,
cents. T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
St. Paul 14 7.2 0.2
Red Wing 14 5.0' 0.3
Reds Landing ..12 5.4 0.3
La Crosse 12 0.7 0.0
Prairie du Chien.lS 7.3 0.0
Dubuque 18 7.2 0.1
Le Claire 10 4.4 0.0
Rock Island 15 5.S 0.0
D. Moines Rapids 8 3.0 :0.2
Keokuk 15 C.l :0.2
St. Louis 30 9.0 0.1
Memphis 33 11.3 0.2
New Orleans ...10 G.4 0.0
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Tried to Be Masher. Jasper Greg
ory, a grass widower ana wun a paie
that is minus a quantity of hair, Is
held at the police station on the
indebted to said estate are requested to
mane immediate payment to the under
C, M. & St. P. Excursion Rates.
Homeseekers' tickets on sale the I charge of disorderly conduct. Accord
first and third Tuesday in each month jng to the story, Gregory felt young
to points In Iowa, Minnesota. North ana- skittish Thursday evening and
i,5?3,i25 48 land South Dakota and to other home-j started out upon the streets of Rock
tl 678 811 OC I occ a icniiuij. x ui luim" I island IO ClHKf a UIHM1. -imr mci
State of Illinois, county of Rock mauon PEue or can at any iii. & I trade Brooks, inic Mntli avenue, tnis
bt. if. office. Citv. chanced to n.iss the cay boy and
unfortunately attracted his attention
Avoid the rush and leave for Minne- He niade-advances to her, desiring to
I. If. B. Simmon, cashier of the Cen
tral Trust and Savinirs bank, do sol
emnly swear that the- above statement
Uated this 6th day of SeDttmber. A. I m tmrv tn ti. ht r.r I
D. is,... and beiu.f. ' " apons via tne Itock Island ln througn acaumpany- her to her home, She
HEiNrtiCH wolfram. H. B. SIMMON. Cashier. train Saturday or Sunday night at 9:20.' ;iJ SHn'" navin no attention to
Executor. Subscribed and sworn to before me - - asfH I'aJln r; -utn 1011
this 7th day of September. !!or.. ... ' the! "mafther." whom it is said was
Publication Notice. ISeai F. K. rhoads Low One Way Rates. filled -with: "booae." She boarded a
Et?!? of ""nols. Rock Island Coun- Notary Public. From Aug. 27 until Qct. 31 the Rock r fl tn ,,. Younr Loch.
In the Circuit Court, In and for said
county. September term. A. D. 1906.
Albert It. Ilereen, complaliant, vs.
Charles A. Dement, Marian A. Griffin.
Amelia e. fcchuler. Esther S. Demeni,
Kttie W. II. Dement, Carmen L. Ie
rneit, Rosanna V. Dement. Anna A. De
ment, the unknown heirs and devisees
i cnaries uement. deceased, the un
known heirs and devisees of Samuel
Richards, deceased, Eliza A. Richards,
the unknown helps nnd devisees of Myra
Richards, deceased. Grant Richards.
Sarah Bryant, the unknown heirs and
devisees of Jennie M. Bll. deceased
Clara I. Grove? Medad Martin, the un
known heirs and devisees of Medad Mar
tin, deceased, and the unknown owner
or owners or tbe following- described
real estate, to-wit: The east half of
the southwest quarter of the northwest
ouarter or tne soutneast quarter of sec
tion seven, in township nineteen north
ran ere two. east of the fourth nrincln.il
meridian, in the county of Roc island
and state of Illinois.
To the above named defendants, the
unknown heirs and devisees of Charles
Dement, deceased, the unknown heirs
ana nevisees or Samuel Richards, de
ceased, the unknown heirs and devisees
of Myra Richards, deceased, Grant Rich
ards, Sarah Bryant, the unknotn heirs
ana aevisees oi 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 ot tne lonowiiicr described real
estate, to-wit: The east half of the
Boutnwesc quarter and the northwest
quarter of the southeast quarter of
section seven. In township nineteen
norm, ranpe two, east or the fourth
principal meridian. 4a the county of
M7.-r lauiuu aitu Bidie oi Illinois.
Affidavit of your non-residence hav
ing 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
tbe next term of said court, to be begun
and held in the city of Rock Island In
aid county oa the third Monday In Sep
tember, A. D. 1906. at which time and
place you are to plead, answer or de
mur to said bill of complaint. It you
Dated at Rock Island. I1L, Auk. 17.
'A. D. 190G. '
GEORGE "W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of Said Court.
Murphy & Witter, complainant's so
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
AT ROCK ISLAND.
State of Illinois, before the commence
ment of business twi the 5th day.of Sep
te'mber. 19oti, as made to the auditor
of public accounts, for the state of Il
linois, pursuant to law. K '
Loans ard Discounts..! 731. 113 21
Overdrafts 7,840 OU
Due from National
Hanks 398.037 78
jjuc irom sidle tautl
Checks and other cash
Collections In Transit.
cash on hand:
a. Gold Coin
to. Silver Com
c. National Bank
Currency 25,000 00
ieeai 'lenuer and
Treasury Not- s.
21.918 422,9c5 70
isiana win sen one way ucKets to v.ai- . foilowe(i. When she left tho
ifrnia points at rate of $31. Seattle, . Fiftnth strpet Mr. Greeory
Portland and Tacoma, 30. Spokane a;ghttd also and again accosted her.
$27.50. For full Information inquire The frigntened girl started up the
cuy ucKec omce, is-j oecona avenue. f n-rsucd bv tne ardent suitor.
and tihnrtlv a nnlippman was met and
n rM. n - mm a A I " "
ine vj., ai. ec Bt. raui oners unt oaao n snw his fln5sh
train service to Chicago and Kansas o
City, fro mtho tri-citles, sleeping car 0aen Art Sho Missea Helen
reservations made to any point desIr-K j and Mary HiI1 will in a few
m """1 M L . f mm. mm. Am S mm. m m. . m. A. m-L mmm mmm I "
ea. ror lurtner imoraauun puuu an d an artg and crafts snop to
J iV2 mWmtKt mm I "
be known as The Associated Arts.
They will probably locate their shop
in the theater building where a suite
of rooms is available.
New Mining Company. The secre-
r - s - - - v
V . .3 .'. a.. V . V
When you buy a lot for a home, price and terms are not tbe
only points to be considered. Convenience of location is
highly desirable convenience to car lines, to business dis
trict, to churches, to hose house In case of fire.
If you can get all these advantages, together with mod
erate price and easy terms, then you have a bargain.
We have that kind of a proposition to offer.
On Fourteenth street, between Eleventh and Twelfth av
enues, are several good building lots, 40x140 in size. About
half of them are east front. ' All of them will have cement
sidewalks inside of a month. They are only two blocks from
the Long View car line, eight blocks from the hose house,
and 11 blocks from the postofflce.
Prices are low very low. They can be bought for a small
amount of cash down and the balance on easy payments.
If you are interested, better look them over at once.
They won't last long.
Furs! Furs! Furs!
of their offices.
Our Seaboard Cities Protected.
After spending considerable money
cur seaboard cities have been strength
ened and improved so that no foreign
rifiwor fart sncrPCKfiillv assail thpm.
w if onv frthor nrnvkinn should ho I try of state yesterday issued a li;
needed it is in the way of mines and cense to incorporate to the Rock River
submarines. The most modern defense Mining company of Moline the capi
against attacks of disease is Hostet- tal stock of which is $2,o00. The ob-
ter's Stomach Bitters, and the system " uidB uu awui..B i
that has been strengthened and forU- ccrPorators are Benjamin Butter-
fied by it need not fear any such ail- worm, jac -"cwur mm uuuuu -
FURS OF ALL DESCRIPTION.
FURS MADE AND REMODEL
ED. ALL GOODS GUARAN
TEED. FULL STOCK GLOVES
AND FUR CAPS.
43,69 47 1 ments as flatulency, heartburn, bloat
ing, sick headache, costlveness, lndl-
Capital Stock Paid in.. K200.000 00
hnrpmi Fund 100,000 00
unciivinea fronts, less
expenses and taxes
Demand Deposits, In
dividual 658.638 00
Demand Deposits, Cer-
tin .ates Z17.U2 91
Due to atner banks.
sstate Banks and
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
gestion, dyspepsia, biliousness, female Mystic Cure for rheumatism and
ills, " backache, dizziness, vomiting, neuralgia radically eured in one to
cramps or malarial lever, une noma three days. Its action on the system
is sufficient to convince you of its great ia remarkable and mysterious. It re
value. Get it today from your drug-1 m(vea at on-o tho cause and the dis-
gist, but be sure to see that our private ease immediately disappears. The first
stamp over tne necK is unDroKen.
is your guarantee of the genuine.
State of Illinois. Countv
When you have a cold it is well to
dose greatly benefits; 75 cents and $L
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second ave
M - -1 - Tx -1- I AOirtlAU, VIUDtdtw ase- '
.Hthri.ori 220 west Second street-Daven-
1 310.597 77 1 better lenowsnip ana cuizensnip. rsot
of Rock I only should the outside of the body
I. c. rJ chamberiir?. oashi- of th cleansed, but occasional use of a be verv careful about using anything
state bank. Rock Island, IlL, do solemn- laxative or cathartic opens the bowels I that will cause constipation Be par
ly swear that the . above statement is I . , . , l. . . CaU- .TOn. pf
true, to the best of ray knowledge and I vicaio mo ui cucic uio-nci. I tlcujarly cureiui aDOUC preparaiwua
belief. c. R. CHAMBERLIN, Best for this are DeWitt's Little Earlv L..r,o. nn!.4a-a tto KnnPdvs
Subscribed and sworn to before me
(Risers. Pleasant little pills that dolrMtlvft Honev and Tar. which stopa
tins Mnaay ot septemwr, iuo. not CTipe Or Sicken. Sold by all dme-lf,Q o.crK Br, mono, tho howels. So A
I seal 1 T. U. JOHKHTON. . . " ' -"t"
Notary Public ; gists. ' by all druggists
1619 Second Avenue.
I can sell you either a new or klltrhtlv
osed Steinway for about the'price of
aa ordinary instrument. Let me
quote you figures nnd, show you some
magnificent examples. lean sell on
easy monthly installments, same as
cash , "when desired. , Address,
L. C. FINCH,
P. 0. Bex 355, - ROCK ISLAND, fLL
Ikam Irmt-m inn wftmin u4 vtwfatlart pi .
A neat, seven-room cottage on Thirty-seventh street, near
Elm street car line; lot COxllo; lots of shade and fruit; con
venient to school house $1,853
A seven-room cottage, near Thirteenth avenue and Twenty- "
fifth street; city water; big lot $1,900
An eight-room modern house on Thirteenth avenue, near
Tenth street; lot 40x130; will sell on easy terms; a snap
A two-story house on Second avenue, near Ninth street; rents
for $20 per month; GO-foot front $2,200
A modern five-room cottage on Fourteenth street; bath, fur
nace, etc.; only two years old; east front $2,600
Modern C-room house: bath, electric light, furnace, cement
walks, four blocks from business center of town $2,500
Six-room cottage, Just being completed, located on Ninth
street; lot 92x114; a drilled well 98 feet deep on place. Will
be sold on easy payments $2,400
A new six-room modern cottage, near Twenty-second street
and- Twelfth avenue; complete in every detail; cash or easy
terms, only $2,500
A. modern seven-room house on Thirtieth street, near Sev
enth avenue; east front; lot COxl&O; room on lot for another
house; paving all paid for $3,200
An investment on Third avenue; brings in 10 per cent; lot
80x140 ;two tenant houses; price has been reduced to. $3,300 .
A nine-room house on Twenty-ninth street, near Seventh ave
nue; modern throughout; five years old $3,300
An elegant cottage on Fourteenth street; nix nxims; hot wa
ter heat; up-to-date in every particular; an Ideal 1itil
A modern seven-room brick house at Fourth avenue and
Eleventh street; lot 80x80; faces east; room on lot for an
other house $3,500
A splendid bargain on Fourteenth street ; a new two story
house of seven rooms; modern throughout, cement walks;
big east front $3,600
If you don't see what you want in the above list, ask ua
for more. We have hundreds of houses listed.
FIRE INSURANCE. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE.
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" ' Old Phone 702 Y
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