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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS,
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5IARCH 11, 1910.
0wf Car Fighters Arrested. For
fsavlngr broken a window oo one or the
twl oars on ' the bridge line a few
i eights ago In a band to hand fight
s?fcichL occurred whlla the car was
i rtear Second and Iowa streets, Frank
I janlon and Richard Gadient were ar
3 r signed in police court and both were
found guilty and' given a sentence of
:i9 days in the county JalL The ar-
feet of the two yoang nKn is the out-
jfcpme of the campaign- which Is now
Joaugurated by the officials of the car
1 company who are determined to stamp
jpfit this night fighting on the owl cars
from Rock: Island. Several such
2 fights have taken place on the last
I pars and ' hereafter the malefactors
Sttll be placed under arrest as soon as
I fciiy semblance of a fight appears. In
structions to this effect have been is
a sfced to the railway employes and will
i be enforced to the letter.
?i Candidates Schedule Expenses
i yesterday was the last day that the
I candidates at .the primary election had
f file their expense accounts with the
i county auditor. John Mass has tht
t Record for. spend tag the most money
jr those, who have filed up to date
and his affidavit shows that he spent
f 31.75. John Hynes spent 3.50, John
Halllgan fl.50; Adolph Angst $5; B.
ti Moore $6.75; Arthur Denger 25
tents, and "W. C. Matthea $1.50. Ac-
fording to the affidavits none of the
i piker candidates who have filed their
ifd&ers so far spent anything. j
" Concern Changes Name. In an
amendment to the articles of incorpor
ation of the Emerson company, former
owners of the Fair store, which has
been filed with County Recorder Holm,
the name of the firm is changed , to
that of "Topp. Parker company." The
Etoereon company recently sold out to
th company which has now altered
the legal name of the concern.
Licensed to Wed., John XV. Atkin
son and Myrtle Richards, Kewanee,
lli; Albert F. Oldenburg and Dorathea
jiermon on Beecher. Rabbi Fine
shriber will preach the second of his
series of sermons on "Some Religious
Leaders' at . Temple Emanuel, Elev
enth and Brady streets, this evening.
This week he will tell of and give us
his estimate of Henry "Ward "Beecher.
Obituary Record. Mrs. Henry Claus
cen, Sr. -of Long street, Bettendorf,
died at her home yesterday afternoon
at 12:15 after an Illness of about a
month from stomach' trouble. Mrs.
Claassen was born In Prleatadt. Hoi
st in, Germany. Serving are her hus
band and the following children: Hans
and Henry of Lyons county, Iowa;
Mrs. Anna Shur of Walcott. Iowa;
Mrs. Lena Burgees of Bettendorf; Mrs.
Elsie Gelsenhagen of Wyanet, I1L;
Carl of Rock Island, and Wlliam, at
Wednesday afternoon at S:'45 o'clock
occurred the death of Mrs. Johanna
Brus at her home near Walcott, at the
age of 69 years, 1 month and 2 days.
Four. sons, John T. Bros, August A.
Brus, Henry H. Brus and Anthony W.
Brus; two daughters, Mrs. Henry
Meinhardt and Mrs. Bernhard Geurink,
all of Walcott; her mother, Mrs. John
Moellenbeck; five sisters, Mrs. Garet
Knpper of Walcott, Mrs. Joseph Scheb
ler and Mrs. Kate Reufer of Daven
port, Mrs. Charles Graf of Harlan,
Iowa, and Mrs. Joseph Bujewskf of
Wlnterset, Iowa, and two brothers,
John and Anton Moellenbeok of Wal
cott, live to mourn her death. The fu
neral will be held Saturday morning,
leaving the late residence at 7 o'clock,
with services at St. Joseph's church in
Davenport at . 10 o'clock. Burial will
be made In. Holy Family cemetery. ;
Evangeline Carlln, 7-days-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Carlln,
221 West High street, died Wednes
day afternoon at 6 o'clock at the fam
ily residence. The parents and two
sisters,. Sarah and Delores, live . to
mourn her death. The funeral was
held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the late residence. Burial was
made in St Marguerite's cemetery.
Wednesday night at 11:45 o'clock at
the home of her son, D. S. Garner.
221 West Fifteenth street, occurred
the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Garner ot
ter a lingering Illness, death coming at
the age of 68 years. Mrs. Garner was
born in New Berlin, Pa. One son,
Davis S. Garner of . this city, eight
step-children, John H. Garner and
George R. Garner of Davenport, A. F.
Garner, L M. Garner and Mrs. Kate
Ford of Long Mount. Colo., Mrs. Frank
Carter and Mrs. Joseph Murray of
Davenport, and . Mrs. J. P. Neuby of
Welton, Iowa, five sisters, Mrs. I.
Schiffer and Mrs. , I. Souders of this
city, Mrs. A. Steice and Mrs. Julia
Gephart of Rock Island, Mrs. John
Mench of Hobart, Okla., and one broth
er, John Gephart of Rock Island, live
to mourn her death. The funeral was
held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from
the residence of her son. Burial was
In Oakdale cemetery.
Colonel S. W. Bishop of the 54ttt
regiment of the Iowa state militia died
yesterday at his home In Muscatine
just when he was thought to be out
of danger. The fatal ailment was ap
pendicitis. : Colonel Bishop went - to
his home in Muscatine; about a wees,
ago from Davenport on account of the
condition of his health. He was ap
parently steadily improving up to the
time of his death. , Besides being at
the head of the 54thiregimeat, Colonel
Bishop was connected with the Iowa
Telephone company: But recently he
went to Davenport to take up his
duties as district traffic chier: previ
ous to this he had" been , manager of
the Muscatine ."office of the company
for a number -of "years. He was most
prominent in state . militia affairs of
the state, .'having risen from minor
appointments to the leadership of his
regiment. - At the '.recent formation of
Camp Walter G. Nagel, United Span
ish : War Veterans, In, Davenport,
Colonel Bishop- was elected command
i& always fresh and sweet.
JPacked in cartons, it retains
all the delightful flavor of
the freshly ground grain.
No other corn meal can compare
in flavor with Quaker Corn
Id packages only. Regular sixe 10c; large s!ie family package 25c
Ask your grocer
, Mrs. Analyza Foster visited with her
mother In "-Muscatine Saturday and
Sunday and 'attended the funeral of
Mrs. H. B. Terry. "
There are a number of ; farmers In
this vieinlty who. have corn still in the
field to husk. .The; recent freeze is
still in their' favor . and several "are
taking advantage of It by getting help
to husk the corn. '
Mrs. James McNall, ' who - has been
at the Hershey hospital in Muscatine
the past four weeks, returned home
Sunday. She i3 feeling better. Mrs.
McNall was operated on for gallstones.
The many friends of Mrs. H. B.
Terry were grieved .to hear of her
passing away at her homB in Musca
tine Friday morning after a lingering
illness with cancer. Mr. and MrSl
Terry were former residents of this
vicinity, having taken up their resi
dence in Muscatine about eight years
ago. Mrs. Terry had undergone two
operations since Aug." 30. Since then
she had been slowly sinking. Mrs.
Terry was born in Vinton county,
Ohio, April 3, 1S49, and moved with
her parents when 9 years of age to
Drury township. She was married on
Aug. 10, 1879, to H. B. Terry. To this
union were born four children, who,
with their father, survive. The chil
dren are Lee, Harrison, Wilbur, and
Miss Ethel, all at home. The funeral
was conducted by Rev. C-. E. Brighton,
pastor of the Baptist church of Mus
catine, at the Baptist church, Mrs.
Terry bein,r a Baptist, a member of
the Foster thurch. The services were
held at 2:30 p. m., Sunday, March 6.
pie Quaker Qala Qmpany
Best of All Our Oranges
and Lemons Are
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We nick, pack and 'ship over 20,000 cars of California
orances and lemons each season from our 5.0C0 C roves.
These are of varying grades. From all this vast Quantity we
select the finest the superior grades" which "e wrap In
tissue DSDcr bearirMT the famous "Sunkist" label so that you
may know them as the choicest fruit So he sure to get
Sunkist" oranges and lemons at your dealer's. .
He has a fresh supply today. .
"Sunkist" oranges ripen on the tree. The warm California
sunshine gives a tender, sweet pulp, matured and . Viade ex
quisitely juicy by Nature. ;" '5
'Sunkist" Navel Oranges Are Seedless
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These oranges are distinct, full-flavor, thin-skinned. Thr
are picked by gloved-hands; thoroughly cleansed; wrapped
in "Sunkist" tissue paper; packed -carefully to insure firm,
ainVrtiinfl fruit. "V
How to TeU "Sanklsf
Each "Sunkist" orang and Iwnoa ia wrapped in (icsua paper opoaX
whica ia printed tbo "Sunkist" labeL i- Lemons or oranges without
Sunkist wrappers are not Daokiat brand.
Frea Bast Rogers Orange Spoons Send oa 12
"Sunkiat orange or mdoq wrappers and o two-ceul
at am pa tor poatage, packing, eto and w will
aend free. Wm. "Roaera & Son lull standard.
AA plate crange spoon. For each additional apooa
aend 0 two-cent stamps and lie wrappeta. You
eaa easilv haw a full set. Get a dozen "Sunkist" .
orangea or tmonm and aend for your first spoon.
California Fniit Growers' Exchange
31 aark Street, Chicaio, HI.
. Mrs. John Petersen and daughters,
Mamie and Esther, r spent Saturday
in Osco. . - , , ... '.
The Misses, Florence and Vina Elm
of Cambridge: spent a few days the
first of the week with Mrs.' Elwood
Miss Myrtle Peterson began' her
spring term -of school Monday, March
6, south of town.
Mr. and Mrs. McElhenny returned
Saturday from the east where they
have been spending the ' winter with
friends and' relatives.
F. H. Streed, who has been visit
ing here for 10 days, returned to his
home in Vheatland, Wyo. '.
E. Li. Streed left Sunday evening
for Dea Moines.
Mrs. A. E. loder returned from
Rock Island Tuesday after a week's
visit at her brother's, Rev. R. Haney.
Rev. A. E. Ioder was in Utah, 111.,
Tuesday. He was one of the Judges
in a contest in that village given by
the school. ,
Mrs. W. B. Shlrey returned to Sa
vanna, 111., Monday.
Robin red breast was seen here
Tuesday for the first time this
The roads are getting ' dry and
The Zuma Aid society met . at' Mrs.
Clyde Wake's Thursday, March 3, In
an all day meeting. There were .17
present. The next meeting will be
with' Mrs. Ed Wainwright March 17.
The mite party at Clyde Wake's
Thursday evening was well attended,
there being 45 there. A fine time
Newel Daily, little son of Mr. and
Mrs. Homer, Daily, has been sick the
past week. .""7 .
Miss Pearl Mnmma was taken seri
ously 111 Thursday evening with In
flammation of the stomach.
Marvin Mumma is nioving his
household goods from Watertown and
will occupy the tenant house of his
father and work at the carpenter trade
with John Daily.
The snow is gone and many are try
ing to get their corn that has been
standing all winter in the field picked.
Those of Zuma Sabbath school who
attended the Sunday school institute
at Port Byron Sunday state it was a.
very successful and instructive insti
tute. ' -1
Charles Edwald's little children are
"Clarence Walther is teaching the
spring term of school at1 Rose Hill,
Miss Frehr having resigned.
Mrs. Charles Walther gave a 6
o'clock triple birthday dinner Satur
day evening in honor of her two sons,
Edgar and Clarence, and her . son-in-law,
Bert Shafer. their birthdays all
coming In the same week. Those
present outside of family . ties were
Mr. and Mrs. Jode Donohoo, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Shafer, Jr., Walter Brede,
Miss Frank! e Launb and Miss Ianquar
ry, . . A fine repast was .served. The
evening was pleasantly spent.
Output to Be 75,000 Barrels Monthly.
The plant of the Northwestern Mill
ing company-in Bast -Molina 4s. to be
overhauled and improved. preparatory
to the season's packing. Prospects
are that the flour will be sent to the
plant in July and that packing will
begin in August, r- Changes contem
plated provide for a - substantial in
crease in output. .'.The present capaci
ty is 45,000 barrels a month, " but new
packing machinery to be provided will
afford a capacity of 76,000 barrels.
The force lest, season numbered -25
girls and 45 men, but indications are
for a fine Increase, next, summer.
Steps are being, taken, by East Molina
residents to establish a button factory
there., A .company, Is being formed
and machinery will be purchased. The
Intention is to purchase clam shells
from the xlammers .who plied their
search along the Mississippi chore op
posite East Mollne. . A supply will be
at the very, door of the factory under
this arrangement, and the clam m era
will not find it necessary to ship their
shells to Muscatine.
Drunken Man Attacks Policeman
Joe Dugan of Stewartville, during a
fit of anger, made the gross mistake
of taking a punch at a passenger who
had ridden from .Rock Island to . Mo
llne with him on a Blue .line car.
Dugan had been wrestling with the
"corn juice," and apparently his eye
sight was affected. The man" against
whose face he endeavored to flatten
his flst was -none other ' than ' Officer
Henry Lebbert. Lebbert was return
ing' from Davenport withj a prisoner
when Dugan attacked him'. The off!
cer and prisoner rode from Rock Isl
and on the rear platform of the car.
Conductor-Archie - Hart had words
with Dugan because Dugan expector
ated on the car floor and became in
sulting when asked not to repeat the
offense. At Eighth ' street, Dugan
walked to the rear end of the cer. and
began to abuse the conductor, but was
ordered to return to his seat by-the
officer. No more . attention was paid
to Dugan, and at Fourth avenue and
Fifteenth street the officer left the car
with hi3 prisoner.. Dugan at the same
time stepped from the car and rushed
at the officer like an infuriated ani
mal. Mr. Lebbert asserts that Dugan
struck at him two. or three .times be
fore the officer responded, but when'
he' did.something dropped. Before Div
gan realized ; what had - occurred he
had landed in the police station. He
was given , a hearing. and. was fined
$10-and,coEs ba a disorderly, conduct
charge, f . . t.' -.-
Obituary Record. The remains of
Mrs. H. Y. Johnson,, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Georsre W. Brooks of . 1616
Ninth avenue, arrived from Oakland,
Car., yesterday. Mrs. Brooks and oth
ers who accompanied the body . had
been delayed on account of washouts
in the mountains since Feb. ZR : And
were compelled to return from Battle
Mountain. Nev.. and start east bv wnv
of Portland, Ore.
. William Leslie Dorbeck died of ap-Jr
peadlcitis Wednesdav at St. Author j
hospital. He was taken to the hos
pital last Friday and operated on. He
was born in this city Jan. 20, 19iKJ.
His parents, Mr. "and Mrs. Rudolph
Dorbeck, and two brothers; Harlod
and "Herbert,- survive. The funeral
was held at 3 o'clock this afternoon
from the residence on Seventh, street
and Thirty-second avenue. Burial was
in -Riverside cemetery. -
I Hev. Mr. Bryant of Perry, Iowa,
Mrs. Sam Schafer and Mrs. Joe Sena
tor of Port Byron spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Schafer and the
family of Ross Wainwrlght.
Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, east of
town, were hosts at a 6 o'clock dinner
Sunday evening to'iMir. and Mrs.. W.
H. .Willis, Mrv and Mrs. T. J. Schafer,
Dr. and Mrs. Elllngsworth and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank McKenwick. ,
Mrs. D. W. A lis brow entertained the
Baptist Aid society Wednesday.
Miss Ethel Pears all of Port Byron
spent a couple of days this week with
her sister, Mrs. Otto Peterson..
1 Mrs. George Richardson has return
ed from an extended visit with her
mother at Carbon Cliff.
Mrs. Ed Hogrue entertained a large
party of ladies at a carpet rag sewing
the last "of the "week. Among 'the
guests were the Mesdames Maxwell,
Henline, Baker, Morton, Mohr, Odell,
Jacobs, Wllldns and Thompson of
Hampton. " A sumptuous dinner was
Saturday ' nlgnF a Joint birthday
party was given at 'the home of Mrs.
Emma E1113 In honor of her daughters,
it being Miss Golda's 13th and Mrs.
Florence Axelson's 14th birthday an
niversaries. An enjoyable time was
bad by the 15 young people who were
present. After guessing contests a de
lightful luncheon was served.
Mr. and Mrs. C T. Trevillyan wel
comed a daughter at their home Sun
'.Mrs. Nicholas Johnson of Andalusia
is visiting at the home of her nephew,
W. H. Willis.
. The Misses Zella and Grace Rath
geber of Fulton spent" Sunday and
Monday with Mr. and iMJrs. Otto Peter
Tuesday evening Mrs. B. Lucas and
daughter. Miss Grace, were hostesses
at a 6 o'clock dinner at their borne,
covers being laid for six. A course
dinner was served.
- Wednesday, March 16, the Methodist
Aid society will give a 10 cent coffee
at the home of Mrs. P. P. Shepperd.
Mr. and " Mrs. Walter Coates have
rented the W. B. Keene cottage and
will go to housekeeping in a short
Only One "Bromo Quinine'' .
That is Laxative Bromo Quinine. Look
for the signature of E. W. Grove. ,TJsed
the world over to euro a cold In one
day. 25o. 7 "' .
Every Woman Should Read
This Advice and the Gen
erous Offer that Goes
' ' ' '-. ;
The ' number of diseases peculiar
to women is such that we believe
this space would hardly contain a
mere mention of their names, and
it is a fact that most of these dis
eases are of a catarrhal nature. A
woman cannot be well if there is a
trace of catarrh in her system.' '
Some women' think there is no
help for them. We positively declare
this to be a mistaken idea. We are
so sure of this that we offer to sup
ply medicine absolutely -free of all
cost in every instance where it fails
to give satisfaction, or does not sub
stantiate our claims. "With" this un
derstanding, no woman "should hesi
tate to believe bur honesty of purpose
or hesitate to put bur claims to a
test.- ' ' :
There Is only one way to overcome
catarrh. That way is through the
blood. Tou may use all the- sunffs,
douches ( or like remedies for years
without getting more than tempo
rary relief at best. Catarrh in gen
eral is a diseased condition of the
system that shows locally, most fre
quently In discharges from mucous
membranes. ' Local treatment should
be assisted by Internal treatment for
the general diseased condition if a
complete cure Is to be reached.' That
internal treatment should be scien
tifically devised and faithfully admin
Rexall Mucu-Tone is ' scientifically
prepared from the " prescription of
an 'eminent physician ; Who' for 30
years made catarrh his specialty.
This remedy is admirably adapted
to the treatment "of the catarrhal
ailments of women. It purifies and
enriches the blood, tends to stop
mucous discharges, aids in removing
impurities from the system, soothes
heals and strengthens the mucous
tissues and -brings 'about a feeling
of health and strength.
We want you to try Rexall 'Mucu
Tone on our. guarantee, v If.-you are
not benefitted, or- for . any reason)
not satisfied simply tell. us and. we
will hand back -your money, Rexall
Mucu-Tone came in two sizes 50
cents and .,$1..00.-. Remember you
can. obtain Rexall Remedies in Hock
Island only at our store the, Rexall
Btore. The Thomas Drug company.!
Miss Etta Dahn was a Rock Island
visitor Tuesday. ' .
r-'--f..- ' TI,n.r TV-A ' PI ,
visited with her mother, Mrs. 'J. Mil
ler; Saturday - y' '
'' Mrs.' Frank Irwin spent' a few days
wlttor-her mother-in-law in Rock Is
- Mrs. F, E. Garnett visited on
Thursday with her sister, Mrs. A,
Roberts, of Rock Island.
W. S. McCulloch is improving af
ter his illness.
Herman Hofer and Ellis Rouse
drove to Rock 'Island .Thursday to
visit with Mr. Hofer's mother, who
has been very 111.
Fred Simmons has sold his prop
erty to John carothers of Taylor
Mrs. Rosa Brussel gave a reception
in honor of her son, Frank, and
bride, who arrived here Saturday
from La Plata. Mo., where they were
married last . Wednesday. .
Walter Corsepius of DeWltt, Iowa,
was in Taylor. Ridge Monday attend
ing to business.
Mrs. Charles Dunlap has been sick
the past week.
t The grip is finding many victims in
John Griffin of Center Point, Iowa,
is spending a few days here visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Mrs. William Strohmeler visited for
a few days with friends In Muscatine
The Ice in the river broke up Sun
day and started out. The river Is
clear now opposite the village on this
Mrs. Bentley, who has been quite
sick with the grip, is able to be up.
James Brit ton went to Rock Island
Tuesday to stay the remainder of the
Miss Edith Asqulth went to Rock
Island Friday evening, returning Sun
day afternoon. - ' v
The hunters of the village are all
getting ready to go duck hunting.
Some of them are .going to Boston bay
this week. ' -
Davie Finley was in Muscatine Sat
Miss Ada Kane of Rock Island has
come home to visit her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James D. Kane, for several
weeks. -' "
Ben S tropes, Ray Simmons, Miss
Anna D&xon and Miss Vera Spickler
went to Rock Island last week to take
the teachers' examination.
Mr, andIrs. James Britton, who
went to Wrayvllle last week, returned
home Thursday. '
Quick Relief for Rheumatism.
George W. Koons, Lawton, Mich,
says; "Dr. Detchon's Relief for
Rheumatism has given my wife won
derful benefit for rheumatism. She
could not- lift band or foot, had to bt-
lifted for two months.' She began the
use of the remedy and improved rapl.I
ly. On Monday she. could not move
anL on Wednesday she got up and
dressed' herself . and walked. ut for
her breakfast. Sold by Otto Crot-
jan. 1501 Second avenue, Rock -Island;
Gust Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second
of House Gleaning
You now no doubt have your mind set on spring, house
cleaning. A dfficult task indeed. . But simplify the
work by having on hand the necessary cleaning tools
and cleaners. ' -
A good stiff carpet broom is a
pleasure to use. We have them
made of select Illinois corn,
sewed four seams
Good kitchen brooms at . 43 q
For scrubbing floors we offer
you a good stiff pointed fiber
brush at ....... 20C, 15C
Cotton deck mops at ; . . 35q
Sal sodaflne for cleaning sinks
ten pounds for 25C
Household ammonia, per large
quart bottla J Qc
For cleaning woodwork and
furniture we recommend Sav
onol. It certainly cleans, but
will not Injure the finest pol
ished surfaces, per Jar . 25fJ
-For window cleaning' Bon1 Ami
at per cake ........... JQc
Sapolio for tinware, cake. JQq
Solarlne for brass, sickle and
silverware, per can 3SC
Pearllne, Soapine, Gold Dust,
Star Naptha and other wash
powders at per package. . .
We advise be prepared before starting your cleaning. We
will be pleased to fill your order. ;
2207 FOURTH AVENUE
Aaty Drudge oa Tnxs Ecoactny.
Mrs. Nwd"Vm econotnjadng by doing: xrar wra waah
ingr. - B7tjc2ino; bm clothes a lon time I can get th
dift e&rittMrat vxwdh havd rabbinz."
Anty Drd0"Ecor)0Uijixag ahncksl You'ra burning: up
V! monej ia fad and wemringr out your clotbos taster
whenyoaboQ them. . Use Feilvsjptka in cool or
lukewarm water without boimg. You'll save fuel.
Bare your elothea and you -won't bare any hard rub
bing". Tbat'a true economy."
How much arc the clothes worth that
go into your weekly wash?
Many dollars at least.
Isn't it worth while to take good care
of those clothes, to make them wear as
long as possible? ' i '
, Then, why soften them by boiling and
hard rub them into holes on the washboard?
The Fels-Naptha way of washing will
save your clothes.
Fels-Naptha will cleanse them thor
oughly in cool or lukewarm water without
boiling or hard rubbing.
The clothes will be sweeter, cleaner and
whiter than you can get them any other
way. And they 11 wear twice as long.
Remember whether winter or sum
mer, no boiling, no hot water, no hard
Time saved, fuel saved, work easier,
fcss bother. .
Follow simple directions on the red
id green wrapper.
Fine Modern House in
Desirable Neighb orho o d
. Nine rooms, reception hall, ten art glass windows, three
fire places, furnace -heat, two toilets, bath, lavatory,
laundry, butler's and kitchen pantries, linen closets, etc
Lot 60x120, large barn 22x45.
Low price and easy terms for quick sale, as owner
wishes to remove from city.
J. W. STEWART .
. . 304, SAFETY BUILDING., . ; .. ,-,...'.,,.'