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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY. MARCH 18, 1911.
Daily United States Weather Map
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Ir OKEt A VI toil 1UJCK ISLAND. DA V KXl'ORT, MOLIVE AND V1C1X1T.
Fair and warmer tonight with the lowest temperature about 30 degrees, Sunday prob
Yesterday's area of low pressure
las moved to the St. Iawrencp valley
ind has been attended by rain or
mow in most of the Mississippi val
ey and in the Ohio valley, the lake
rr-gion and New I!n!aud. The pies
inre remains low in the southern por
ion of the Rocky mountain reeion
ind precipitation is reported from Col
orado, Texas aDd the lower Mississip
pi valley. The northwestern high,
.viih its fair weather and low ternp-ra-!.::.-;
over tpread the r-f-ntral val
i'.vs other low of decided infelici
ty . ! trai iver nort hern Saskau-he-...i
i,--.i is ausini; rinK-h higher tem
in ;i- Ciina'li in northwest.
ini " 'i --r Missouri vnl-
f . ?n -rit f tlifse
oml i t i fair
ind a ! ti : i'; wis k-inity
I By wire from E. XV. WaKuer at Co., j
T-.cmbers of Chicago Koaru or -iraae. j
Jriiin. provision, storks, and cottus. i
l.'.iai ri'- at K'rK lsliina rioune. kock
Hi Ciiicago olfif-e. i)S-9y-li0.
: ;irl ' f Tra.Ue. L.jcal teleiihone. No.
v. i.-.t SJU.J
COARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
:1 51 :
May. 17.20, 17. 17 or.. 17.05.
July, 1C.4'.;, It; -t'-i. 16.27, 16.27.
May, 8.95. 8.95, & '..
July, 8.90, 8.90. S.S2.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Liverpool. Match IS. Wheat market
opened quiet, unchanged, to Jg lower,
lairing the morning thero was some
realizing on the fact that there were
liberal plate offers at yesterday's prices
and favorable repors from Argentine
tnd India, and May and July declined i
. There ails a quiet demand with
larger offers and mostly prttfsed for
1 Pay a Pay
You have long considered
wa. h tiay a necessary dread.
Now you can consider it a
pleasure, for the new way io
to let Ub bear tire burden. Thee
wash da.y is u trely a matter
ot gathering the suiied clothea
together. VVhtn our wacn
calis, wash day is over as i'ar
a you are concerned. When
the clotLta are returned ttcy
will be fpotitisly clean and
dolifchtiuily freoh. The colors
v. ill be Lright. the buttons will
be on. there will be no rips or
tears. ben jou consider the
expense or vas.hiu, the price
i om pay to help, the cost of
luci, tLe discoiuiort and aggra-
xaiion, ta will ai- our way is
truly o-onomical. Drop us a
Vostl or phone us ecw.
'; luci, tLe discomfo.-t and aggra- '!
! atioc. c-a will sajr our way is 5 ? ? W
ii trulv o -onomical. DroD us a ( I . 1-
i! or phone us now. H fyf
111 p ; i SS
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I 601 TWELFTH STREET. 80TH i
' PHONES. I'j rk
S.T)erartment of Agriculture
tonight, probably followed by unset
tled weather Sunday.
River Forecast: During the next 4S
hours a falling tendency in the Mis
sissippi win continue from below
b'jqtie to Muscatine.
Flood Hgt. Chag.
st-age. 7a m. 24 hrs.
St. Pan 14 Frozen
Dubuque IS 1.8 0.1
Davenport 1". 2.1 0.1
Keokuk 15 2.4 0.0
St. Uiuis 2 i 10.1 O.fi
IMsh Low Pr'clp.
yes- last 24 hrs.
tenl'y. r.isht. inch.
Atlantic Ci'y :; '.'.: .
liostou ::u .oo
litffalo ::i :m .12
Hock Island .".2 24 .00
but buyers were holding off in
anticipation of bearish
tics and reports from Russia of free
i offerings and larger interior storks. At
' the close the market was easy, but
dull, and to i lower than yester
day. Corn 1 ') lower on cheaper American
utters and a quieter spot trade.
; Whaf closed si to lower.
Corn closed 'i lower
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today 41.000
Tear aro 613.000
Corn today 4C0.00O
Year a;-o 529,00")
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r 9'jasS91'
No. 3 r
9 H. N'o- 2
h 90ti9114. No.
3 h SS
'5 90, No. 1 ns 935101, No. 2 ns usy
100. No. 3 r.s 97 ft. 93. No. 2 s 91-96.
No 3 60.J95, c S2ft9i, durum S2
Oats No. 2 30, No. 2 w 32032,
No. 3 w 31(it312. No. 4 w 30431,,4,
Corn No. 2 47;i47'2, No. 2 w 47f
No. 2 y 4 71, IS. No. 3 45'ift
No. 3 w 45a;46Vi. No 2 v 46
i;t47. No. 4 43'-25i44'. No. 4 w 43VjS
M O X E Y T C)
1J K X I") i
On Salary or Chattel Security
'If you are employed your
credit is ;
for from 510 to 5100.
Tuese pay both interest and principal
$0.35 weekly lays a $10.00
$0.'5 weekly lays a $20.00 loan.
21.20 weekly pays a $40.00 loan.
il.fcO weekly rays a $50.00 loan.
All other amoun's in same propor
tion Absolute privacy guaranteed.
CITIZENS LOAN COMPANY
35th st. and
bldg. Phone east
4tb ave., Moline.
THE SMOKE HOUSE
Fcr a good smoke, try a Smoke
Dunsmore & O'Connell.
IWiOO Fourth Aienur.
New York city
2 28 .00
fIC 52 .00
..S 26 .00
72 CO .0")
38 34 .00
50 40 .00
82 56 .00
66 30 .38
26 16 .02
fid 56 .00
56 4 8 .00
50 38 .00
46 .. .00
26 18 .00
j San Diego
! San Francisco
! Washington, D C...
! Yellowstone P.ark . .
1 J. M. SHER1ER, Local Forecaster.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days.
Your druegist will refund money If
Pao Ointment fails to cure any case
of itching, blind, bleeding or protrud
ing piles in C to 14 days. 50 cents.
441-4. No. 4 y 4445i, sgra 38fi!41,
j Opening of Market.
' Hogs 16.000. Left over 3,400. Open
I weak at yesterday's range.. Mixed
6.60(5?7.1O, good 6SOfi7.00, rough 6.50
; '16.70, light 6.S507.2O.
Cattle 500; steady
Sheep 2,500; strong.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs Monday 54,0o0, next week
175,0i, cattle Monday 24,000, sheep
Mixed 6.557.10, good 6.756.95,
rough 6.506.70, light 6.757.15, pigs
6.8O7.20, bulk 6.806.85.
Beeves 5.00? 6.80, cows 2.506.00,
stockers 4.25?i5.65, Texans 4.905 80,
Sheep 2.50QE.40, lambs 4.90fj6.60.
Close of Market.
Hogs weak. 5c lower on close than
early, 10c lower than yesterday. Mix
ed eSo-T? 7.05, good 6.706.95, rough
6.ritfifi.e5, light 6.757.10.
Cattle and sheep steady.
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City 4.600 200 500
Omaha 7.800 S00 None
St. Ixuis 10,000
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Chicago 54.000 24,000 28,000
! NEW YORK STOCKS.
j New York. March IS. Following are
j the quotations cn the market today:
I Cnion Pacific 175
j C. S. Steel preferred 118ai
. C S. Steel common 78i
Rock Island common 29RS
Southern Pacinc 116V.
Nt'w York ref'tral lr,"
j Missouri Pacific 51 Vj
1 Crat Northern .
Colorado Fuel & Iron
j Illinois Central
Chesapeake & Ohio
! Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Baltimore & Ohio
j New York Bank Statement.
i Members daily average cash rc-,
; serve. 7.23: reserves decreased, $3.-;
; 254.100; less U. S. decrease. $3.240-j
925; loans increased. $11.43h,Sf0; spe-!
jcie decreased, $1,871,000; legal ten-i
;ders increased. $1,175,900; deposits in-1
Icreased. $10,236,OoO: circulation de-l
creased, $C4,S00. !!
LOLAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
! March IS. Following are the quota-
Live Poultry Old bens, 10c; springs
16c pound; ducks, 18c pound; geee.
10c pound; turkeys lSc pound.
Fresh egrgs, 17c
Potatoes, per bushel, We.
Butter, dairy 24c; creamery 26c.
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per bushel, 50c
Forage Timotny hay, $15 to $16;
Clover hay, $15.
Wood $4.50 per load.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack.
Sales on Market square in last 24
hours up to noon today:
Corn. 11 loads at 4Sc to 50c
Hay. 10 loads at $12 to $12.50.
Baled straw, one load at $6.
Potatoes, one load at 55c.
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X THE REWARD.
We sent our cm to collar.
We're tickled yes. Indeed!
The higher education
Hu filled his every eed.
It makes, past any dsmbtlnr.
Success an easy thing.
A big- league team, he tells us.
Will take him soutta this sprtzvc
His mother hoped to see him
Well up la classic lore.
She rather leaned to writing-.
But I had hoped for more.
What. pray. Is bookish knowledge
Unto a pltchkisT wins?
He'll train with the Ms leaguers
Down south this very spring-.
It's cost us lots of trouble.
Not speaking of tbe cash :
But, since rewards come swiftly.
Rep In Ins" would be rash.
The money and the worry
It's aU worth while, by Jlng!
A big- league team will try him.
He trains down south this spring-.
Arthur Chapman In Denver Re
KANSAS HAS A CARNEGIE
WHO GIVES AWAY RICHES.
Only Has $40,000. but Wants It Spent
Like Andrew Carnegie, John Booth,
an elghty-seven-year-old resident of
Manhattan, Kan., Intends to give away
most of his fortune before he dies.
Booth of course hasn't as big a Job as
has tbe laird of Skibo, but be finds
plenty to do giving away his money to
projects that he feels are worthy of it.
Last fall Mr. Booth attracted atten
tion by a gift of $1,000 which made
possible the establishment of a chil
dren's playground In Manhattan. The
other day he gave $2,000 to the Man
hattan Young Men's Christian associa
tion, which needs funds to help it In Its
"I have more than $40,000, and I
don't need the money," Mr. Booth says.
"I am eighty-seven years old, and I
don't spend $40 a month."
The old philanthropist lives alone In
a two room bouse in Manhattan. All
bis sons and daughters are dead, and
be has no near relatives. Ills chief
ambition now is to give away all his
money before he dies, and of course
there are plenty of applications for it.
But Mr. Booth wishes to see that the
money la going to do some good, and
before any gifts can be obtained from
him It la necessary to show him jU3t
how the money la to be spent and sat
isfy him that bis gift will accomplish
Mr. Booth la a retired fanner, and all
his money be made from the solL For
more than forty years he lived on a
farm In Riley county, and here be ac
cnmnlated the $40,000 which be la now
devising meanv to get rid of.
CAMPS OUT ON SHIP'S DECK.
Hunter 8ts Up Portable House When
Cabin Is Filled,
Perhaps the strangest passenger ac
commodation ever occupied on a pas
senger steamship sailing out of New
York recently boused James Montgom
ery Nelson of London on a Savannah
liner. Mr. Nelson Is a hunter and was
bonud for the Everglades of Florida.
He was anxious to sail on a Saturday,
but when be went to book he found
that all the rooms were disposed of.
He appealed to tbe general passenger
twSc manager, who explained that
there was no room on the vessel. Mr.
Nelson was not discouraged.
"I will guarantee to make myself
comfortable If you will let me sail,"
he said to tbe manager. "I am going
to Florida to camp out. I am carry
inr a nort able house which I built on
The best argument any
one can present when he
What all dealers must
have. Easy to keep with
quality. Kasy to lose
On a quality founda
tion. The building lasts.
It's worth while.
stands for Ice cream cs
and l.akprv mnria from ar !
quality, sweet cream, but
ter, sugar and eggs after
a 3 5 year quality for
1716-1711 Second Avenue. 2
the lines of a miniature parlor ear.
It is only ten feet long and seven
wide, and 1 can set It np anywhere.
It will be Impossible, you say, to let
me sleep In the saloon. Well, sell me
a ticket and allow me to put tip my
little bouse on deck. I will be mighty
comfortable, and I will be no trouble."
After considering the matter this
was agreed to. and when the vessel
sailed two sailors, under the direction
of Mr. Nelson, set up his small house
on tbe after deck.
A wireless message from the captain
of the ship said that Nelson's house
was great and the Englishman had
been holding an almost continual re
ception since tbe vessel sailed.
SURGEON USES SCALPEL
ON WEST INDIAN SEAL.
Necessary to Enmesh Patient In Net
A week or two ago It was noticed
that the big West Indian seal at the
New York aquarium when out of water
moved a little limplngly and that when
It lay still It rolled over a little so as
to favor one side, and then it was ob
served that on the side favored, on
the under aide of the seal's body about
two-thirds of tta length down from Its
bead there was a swelling the size
and shape of half an egg an abscess
They waited a day or two to see If
this swelling on the big seal might not
reduce itself naturally, and then they
sent for Dr. Reed Blair of the New
York zoological park. But the seal Is
a powerful animal, and its teeth are
sharp and dangerous, and it was nec
essary to take proper precautions.
First tbe pool was drained of water,
leaving the seal stranded, and then tbe
seal was netted. Tbe net used for the
seal Is cone shaped when opened,
about nine feet long, five feet in diam
eter at its btg end and two feet at the
smaller end. The seal was driven intc
this net bug until its nose was up at
the small end, this leaving three or
four feet of the net projecting beyond
the end of the seal's tall nippers.
With Its body thus enmeshed and its
tall flippers made powerless tbe seal
was rolled over on Its back. The wide
meshes of the net made it as easy as
possible to get at the spot affected. It
was an abscess, and now the doctor
prepared to operate on It while three
men by the twisted net at that end
held the seal's tail up clear of th
floor and two men with hoop nets over
it held the seal's head securely.
Then quickly the spot was lanced
and the wound was treated and left to
heal, all this to the big peal's manifest
relief. Then the net was gently with
drawn and the pool was refilled with
water of a temperature of about 79
degrees F. for the seal's well being
On the next day tbe seal's appetite
failed somewhat, but on the day fol
lowing that it began eating usual,
as it has been doing ever since.
CORONADO'S COUNTRY CLUB.
Breeds Polo Ponies en Its Ranch and
Rents Them to Members.
An enterprising and interesting
country club is that which Is situated
at Ooronado, Cnl. Attached to the
club la a stock farm where horses and
ponies are bred and where eighty or
ninety polo ponies are kept In good
condition to be at the disposal of any
polo player of small means.
Rudolph Bpreckels of San Francisco
was the prime mover In the develop
ment of the club, and Paul Schmidt Is
bis lieutenant. Tbe result of their
policy Is that polo there Is a really pop
ular game. Almost any one who can
afford to pay club dues can afford to
hire a pony or two throughout the sea
son. Those who aspire to greater
things can invest In one or two rinst
class ponies and back them up with
hirelings for ordinary occasions.
This Is a very different policy from
that of the older country clubs in
America, wbere polo bas tended to
become the sport of ratber a small
set of rich men. O'ber clubs, like
Point Judith, have started tbe policy
in the hope of popularizing the g.ime.
The California club lias t!ie advan
tage of possessing a tine ranch wbere
the breeding of ponies can be carried
on In a large way.
To All Wlom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby iven that the un
dersigned will til- a petition in the cir
cuit court of I k island county. Illi
nois, to the next Ma, term thereof, to
have her name charmed from Katnarlue
Fischer Ko. h to Katharine Fischer.
Dated at Hock Island. 111., this 1 t h
day of March. A 1 . I'.'l 1
KATHAKIXi-: I'ISfHKK KiK'H.
'las alc olce.
State of Illinois. Rock Island County--ss:
To ". N. Nf wfimb. the p.i.son in
whose name taxed or assssed:
Notice (s hereby Kivcn. as leuired In'
ih- statutes .f sa id state o. Ilitio.is, in
h as- made and provided. t 'ua.t on
the lSIn day of June, A. 1. lSiiK. a I a
public sal, by the county treasur.. r ol
said county of Km k Island, of hinds and
lots against which judKtnent was ren
dered tor delinquent taxes. sp- lal as
sessments, and costs, authorized by tic
laws of the state of Illinois, I. T
Mr indie, purchased lot s 2 7 and 2 . in bhe k
2. in Alday's Third ad.lii.on to Molir..,
situated in said connly of H k Island,
and state of Illinois, and pa id therefor
the amount of said judgment on said
above described real ,-ial.' that the
ce i itica t of purchase thereof waa ciulv
asslKin-d aiid transterr d by said count
treasurer to T. V Brladle. who is the
iec.,1 holder thereof; the above describ
ed real estate was specially aBSes.se. 1. f'r
tfi! year A. I), ls.is. in the name of f N.
N'wctmb. that the time of redemp! ion
of said described ra! estate (rom said
pur has- at aid sale wli expire on tt.e
ISth day of June, a I. 1SI1.
MK. SARAH BKINIL.E. Executrix.
(The Best la the Cheapest.)
FIRE. LIFE, UOIITNINQ AND WIND
Office. 1728 Third avenue. Rates rea
ROCK ISLAND, rf-Tt
Eotel Majestic 1
Rates, 50c, 75c,
Steam Heat and Electric Light
State of Illinois, Hook Inland Coun
To James Wter tho person In wlmse
name taxed or a?i'ssi'il i
Notice Is hereby ivn. a r'Tilri (
by the statutes of said utat.- r Illim-i. i
in sueh ciine mxile and provitieil. tti.it ti j
the 17th iay of June. A. l. li":. at ;i j
I'liblic sale, by th rotintv treasurer f i
said i-Dunty of Ho. k lrlai'.l. of lamlM
and lots AK.iint whieh jiil-inent was
rendered for delinquent taxes. i-pe ial
assessments and eosts aut liorlzed tv tin
laws of paid state of Illinois, I. T. !
Krlndle. purchased east of sIoukIi. I;
l.of section 27. in lrury townsh ip. situ
ated in said munty of Km k Island, and
state of Illinois, and paid therefor the
amount of said judgment 01. said ahove
described real estate; ttiat the cert iica t
of purchase thereof was dulv assigned i
and transferred by said county treas-1
urer to T. ;. Brindle. who is Hie let i! 1
holder thereof; the above d'S' rit-d ial
estate wnri taxed, specially sse.-cd. lor j
the year A. I. l'i. tn the name m ,
James Wler; that the time of i . demo
tion of said described real estate from
said purchase at said sale will expire mi '
the 17th dav or June. A I . 1 H 1 1
JlltS. SAKAI1 I'.KIMH.K.
Tai Sale olI-e.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
To tho unknown owners or parlies in
Notice is hereby uh.-n. as teiinired
hy the statutes of said slate of Illinois,
in such cas. made ami provided, tu.it on
the HUli day of June. A. I i. I -.'. at a
public sale, by the county treasurer of
said county of Koek Island, of lands
and lots against which judgment wa
rendered for deliu.rieiit taxes, special
assessments and costs a ut hoHzcd by the
laws of the stat" ot Illinois. I. A. A J
llrindle. purchased, bcumiiiujf :t .". fe. . ,
north of KiKhtcent h avenue and !. i
east of Forty-fourth street, thence e.i-t I
K-' feet, north l;:u feel, west Jn i j
and north to beuinninir. section i. situ
ate.l in said county of Hock Island, and
state of Illinois, and paid therefor the
amount of said Ju.lnrneiit on said atve
described real estate; that the eerllti
cate of the purchase thereof was duly
tissisjned aud tran.-r. rrc! '.:y said county
treasurer to A. A. lirlndhi. who is the
lepal holder thereof; the above de
scribed real estate was taxed, specially
assessed for the year A. I . 1 it ' V . In the
nam- of unknown; that the time of re
demption of said described leal estate
fiom said purchase at said sale will ex
pire on the 19th day of June. A. I . 1!M1.
A. A. HHINKI.K.
Tit Sale Notice.
State of Illinois, Hock Island Conn-
ty ss :
To Mush A. Iioin-llv. the person in
whose name lax'. I or asi-ess .1 .
Notice is hereby (rlv, ns reiuii.l
by the statutes of said slate of lliiieu-. ;
in such case made and provided that on
the 17th day of June. A. I'. Imiii. at :
public sal-, by the county treasurer of,
said county of Hock Island, of laud ;
mid lors against which Judgment was .
rendered for (l. lin.iuerit taxes, special '
(Assessments and costs authoriz.etl by Un
laws if said slate if Illinois. I. A. A. I
Krlndle. purchased lot !. in bio. k J. in
Pleasant View addition to Fast Moline.
situated In said county ..I H-x k 1 1 . i i I .
and state of Illinois, and paid third'or
the amount of said judgment ,,n sai-l
above describe.! real estate; that it.--
i cert i M a te ol the purchase tur.-ot v:t
I duly assigned and transferred bv :.;.M
county treasurer to A. A. Hrindl-. who
is the lejfal holder thereof ;the above .1
scribed real estate was taxed specially
assessed for the year A. I . I !. in I h
name of HiiKh A. ioiillv; the.
time of redernpt ion ot said d. s rihed r.a I
'estate from sail purchase at r--'il sib-
will expire on the 17th dav -it June, .
I. A. A i'.KIMH..:
'lax Sale otlce.
Illinois. Ho. k Island t'onn-
': t S S '
In II. I . Reeves, the person
name taxed or assessed
Notice is hereby Kivcn. as r.'i'iire.l by
' the statutes of said slut- ol Illinois, (
J such case made and provided. In.tt on
, the isth day or June. A. I I !!. at i
! public sal-, by the country It-.-asuitr ot
I. .aid county of Hock Island, of lauds and
I lots against whl h judfc-mcut wai t-'ii-J
.1 red tor delinquent taxes. spe 'al ,c-
se.s.sm'iits. and costs, authori.ed h.,' the
(laws of said state of Illinois, . A A.
j Hrlud!'. purchased lot lu. in bio. k rji.
! in N'W Sliops addition to town of I, . si
M.dinc. in llaniton ff.wnshit., viiuaie.l
in said :ount f Ho k Island, and W..!e
, of Illinois, and paid therefor I he ..rnouat
j of said juilKmenl on said above ih w rih-
d real estate, that the cerlihcale ol the
I purchase thereot vva-i il'ilv ; ssl i.-to-.i and
lrunsU-rr.il by said eounlv lr-asijrr to
A. A. lirindl'-. wh is the . -al f-i ' 11 l
; th.reof; lh abr.v- d''s.-ribd i '-a 1 --tat-j
was tax- I. specially ass-s.(i, ,r ft..
car A. I. 1 S. in the name of II It
' !- v.; that Hie tirne of ii-l-mptloti of
said described real estate I rom said pur
chase at said sale will expire on the IMn
dav of June. A. I . i'.ili.
A A HRINId.i:
EXPHKHS AU SlUltAUIS.
iltL-i K e,-.. alUliAUt. Uli ilia. Ji-.oi,
also mtnulacturer of awnm. tenia
KttjOD covers, tc. Tnt fur rent. i.
Roessier A Co., 209 Fifteenth. :roe.
opposite the coart bouse. Rock Islauu
Made in One lay.
I'ald back in small, convenient Instal
ments; our low rates hurt our competi
tors, but will benefit you. Victor Ki nance
jcompany. 2t McMauus buil.ini. a-, on. I
land Main streets. iJaver.porl. Nort-.
Money to Loan
ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS LIVE STOCK, ETC. A call
will convince you that our TERMS and RATES are
Reliable Loan Co.
1805!2 Second Avenue, Old Phone 1003.
$1.00 and S1.50
1817-1819 Second Avenue 5
roTnrrom am ni ii.dkiis.
Contractor and BuilJcr.
1 lot Kit IiiiioikI Street,
l:.ik lolnnti. ill.
Them. et ll"-K.
CONTIt.Vt TOKS A.NP
Manufacturers of Pa sit. I'O'-r. TH.mts
and stairs. Ii. tenor inusii "i nil km la.
Hardwood eneer fr iP,;. ai.d ilf.il-
er In iilua.4. ill ami I . . j; u i . 1 1 r
A. E. MclNNIS
s. :i lot m
for.t raiMor and Put' 1-r.
est Dilates fnrrl lied Will
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A well locn'ed lot on llttt street:
pavltijC anil walki f..r;
a sm:i at p7". oq
A s' .-room nous: S-'n itn Itc k
Island. In good h .;-. nearly
We have two lots on 't street
at d 2uth avenue, ca. I tiont,
one ij c-ortier lot; ut -. OO
A two-slorv house on Jiith street;
two years kIJ, has fun. ace inj
electric 11k:,iS 02:
1. 1st your property Willi u.
We wrtte inH 'i uiice, in-l y hnn.lt
40G Hest build. nir Hock Islun-i, III.
INBUHaNL-K A.Nl H1CAI. !TAl tC.
New live room cottar-, worth $;,i"0,
tiul lor iun k .tin' wul take tl.v.-i.
Five-room house fjr trad. pflca
Ki t t n-rooiri house, almost mod. i n.
(io.xl double I se. In 111 ., t t la.ot I'l'.l-
Hon. all modern. )!...m.
Six-room modern house, jrt.Kon.
house, in koo.1 ! at Ion.
I. ol lii any location
ml at any rlc
to - nit 1 1 -, -r, -baser.
2 ..inai a. r.-s ot K.od N'-w t x.-o 1-in.J
lit $4 per ! I ot t.a.l. will l ik" uny
l.ind '( no "I I'. ".ue 1'iop'i iy 'lake ji
to $,".". .a on this
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-!ass ituprov m-nls. l'i'' an u- re.
Eighty .i- t- farm, ven tr.l!:. fr
M u.-ia'. in- -..o.l iinprov.'in' iitr. I m
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47 -acre f at ru. a I
loam, i 1 -a per a r .
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Blankcnbur & Hlankenburi,
300 SAFETY 111 1 1 .f '. 1
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fa t'l $L''II. I. or
l.mi: '-hold g'Oii.s,
lures. live sli. k.
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etc, witliotit removal
full us by pin ik; or fill out
the blank f-elo and our coti
iidet'ti.'il af et't will cull oti ym
tit once aiid explain lin w v,
make loans pii.itily at
i on pi t K-ihal
pi iif.-r ty.
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2 I i Vi Eratly Ktret,
Old phone North ZMT,.
Open Wt-'liicM'lay and Sattir
, t;cr.s on the locs.1 market today: