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321-323-325 3251-2 Pleasant St. TWO BLOCKS FROM ROCK ISLAND DEPOT AND THREE BLOCKS From IRON MOUNTAIN DEPOT Four Seven Room Flats with Bath Room, Heating Pl^nt and two Toilets. One Five Room Flat with Bath and Toilet and 1 Corner Store Room, Lot 110x85. This property is in excellent state of repair and was originally erected at a cost of $19 000- i The lot cost $4,000 and an offer of $7,000 was refused for same years ago, | ZE“vez?:y- ZETla/t and Storeroom ZEtexLi:eci We will Sell on a price that will net the owner 10 percent on present valuation with a possible increase to 15 per cent ZETozr? IE?x*±ce am-cL IF1'0-X»'blxex* Information See BELDING & STALLCUP E. M. COHEN, Manager Real Estate Department 621 Central Avenue “The Office with the White Fi^m” J. W. BURKS SUED. A suit was filed In circuit court yesterday wherein YV. J. Francis seeks to re; over $300 from .). W. Burks, J. W. Beaklev, Sewall, M, H, .Todd and YV. S. Sorrells. It Is claimed Burks made a purchase of a •uprU piece of property on $30 cash notes, and the notes were not paid. SOUTH DAKOTA ELECTION. Sioux Kails, S. 1).. April Mi Two thirds of the cities and towns in South Dakota voted today on the quest ion of Kraut ins licenses to sa loons. Pure silk half hose, regular 50c values, "Onyx brand," three pairs for $1.00 today only, at Parrish’s. “Rush Hours” No other public service is called upon to meet such extraordin ary fluctuations of demand as Is the telephone. The “Rush Hours" of trolley and steam roads rep resennt, by comparison, a demand that is steady and moderate, some people must stand, or, If they Insist upon having a seat, must wait for less crowded cars, i In telephoning however, the simile would be applied by stat ing that each “passenger” must have, not a seat, but a special car, and that this car must have a "special motorman and conduc tor,” and the absolute right of way over a "special pair of rails" from the point where its Journey begins to the point where it ends In business exchanges the "Rush Hours" usually are those between 9 and 11 a. m., and In residence exchanges between 9 and 11 a. m. and 6 and 9 p. m. It Is during these periods that subscribers are apt to be most troubled by "Busy” reports. It would materially help the service of subcribers If calls that are not imperative,—social calls, for example,- were deferred to the afternoon, .leaving the morning hours free for domestic business calls. The Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone Company Get Your System in Shape at FRENCH LICK or WEST BADEN SPRINGS Ideal Resorts This Season of the Year. Through Pullman Parlor Cars SOUTHERN RAILWAYj Lv. St. Louis Daily 12:04 Noon—Arrive Springs 0:40 CIRCUIT COURT DOCRET MADE UP STATE CASES WILL RECEIVE THEIR FIRST ATTENTION BE GINNING APRIL 22. On May 6 the Civil Docket Will Be Taken Up and Will Occupy Time of Court for Several Weeks. Circuit. Judge Cotham has made up an official docket of the circuit court that will occupy the time of this court from April 22 to May 17. State rases will have first attention, and thereafter the civil actions will be taken up. Following is t he docket: 2559 2530 2531 2525 2537 2554 MON DA -State vs. -Stale vs. vs. vs vs. vs. 2586 2598 2(517 2(518 2619 Plate State State State T State State -State State State APRIL 22. Fred Voorhees. .1 10. Darkey. D. 1 >. Cooper. John Breeee. John Breeee. Pat Walden. FFSDAY. APHID 23. vs. Berny Conley. A. D. Berry. George W. Hawk. (•VorKe (W. Hawk. Viola Hull vs. vs. vs. vs. 2674 2(575 2676 2677 2678 2(579 2680 2681 WKD.VKSDAY, APHID 24. - Ft at State -State State -State State State Stab vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs H. C. Whitmore Jim McClendon et al. Marvin Richardson. Marvin Richardson. Mar*iii liii.'iiti Ed Richardson. EM Richardson. Hal Richardson. 2682 2683 2685 2686 2687 2(588 Stan State State State State State THURSDAY. APHID vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs James I»wder. Dottle Thompson. E. P. Jones. M Walsh Albert Valentine. (7. (». Rounds. 2689 2690 2691 2692 2693 2094 2695 Stati State State -State State State -Stat FRIDAY. APRId 26. VB. Vs. VS. vs. vs Queen. 2(596 2697 2698 2699 2700 2701 Ephraim Hill. Vince Gage. Eddie Byrne. Eddie Byrne. John P. Smith. John P. Smith, e vs. Sam or M. C. MONDAY. APRIL 27. State vs. R. A. Wheatley. State vs. J. P. Smith. Till Black et al. State vs. Gilbert Johnson. TUESDAY. APRIL 30. State vs James Brown. Ed Bell. Will Am Guy vs. vs. _ett. Woolston 2702 Guy Woolston 1703 2704 2705 2706 2707 2234 2708 2709 2710 2712 2729 State State State vs Sheeler. -State vs si (■ i< i WEDNESDAY. May 1. State vb. George Strong. State vs. S. Draper. State vs. Dock Ellis. State vs. K. Perrow. -State vs. Ben Thorn. THURSDAY. MAY and and Art Art State State State State -State State 2731 2732 7233 -St a te State -State George Ryan. Tom Bergman. John Daahner. John Dashner. Joe Dookuduo. W. Y. Drew FRIDA Y, MAY 3. vs Ella Smith / vs. (la re nee Shannon, vs. J. D Harvjfy. VB. V8. VH. VS. V8. VB 7234—State vs. George W. Walker. 2736 State vs. AI Lane. 2736 St a t»* vs. Jack Goodine. 2737 State vs. J. L. Mays. Civil Docket. MONDAY, MAY 6. 1-68 H A. Hale vs. S. ,VY. Tel and Tel. company. 42a Valley Planing- Mill Co. vs. J*o retta Tom bier, .1 al. 66") Valley Planing Mill Co. vs. C. C. and Bessie Ford. 635—Taylor and Williams vs. W. VV. Willey. 631 < "Ity of Hot Springs vs. W. W. Mooreheud. et al. TI'KTUAY, MAP 7. 87K J. It. Murphy vs. S. W. Tel. and Tel. Co. ' W27 Arkansas National Bank vs. W. N. huckaieiiow, et al. •* 7 X—Nancy EJ. Lushy, Admx. vs. the Order of the Prot. Assn. 5*78 Nancy K. Lusby, Odmx. vs. the Order of Commercial Travelers of America. 1*UM) Ewing Merkel Electric Co. vs. N. M. Moody. 16l»6 Karl it* Jones vs. J. p. Burns et al H63 K. H. J aggers vs. E. M, Tennis. VV EON ESI> A Y. M A Y 8. 1622 Clorie Barnett vs. Dr. J. I<\ How - lu ml. 1161 H. I Oaks cs. Jake Ifoupt. 1172 Sandy Grimes vs. Capitol Fire In surance company. 1186—Will ttirigt on. Sirltrns & Co. vs. Arkansas Lumber ami Cont. Sup. Co. and F. E. Bronsill. 1186 Whittington, Stearns A- Co. vs. V. E. Boardman and Ark. Lhr, and Cont. Sup. Co. 1 ' 16 A. B Gaines vs. Mrs. W. A. Kirk 1316 Jane Whitlow vs. William Acres. TlirUSDAY, MAY if. * i -•« Ml'S W. J. Watson v.s. N. A. Hough 1318 — Jacob 11 C. King vs. Peoples' Mu tual lnsura nee Co. 1331 Nell M. Still vs (1. C. Koch. 1336 Embrace McClain (’. Co. vs. Coop er Hros. 13l'9 Mrs. Nannie Move vs W. F. Ml Mire, chief of police, et nl. 1330 Mrs Nannie Mace vs. W. F. Muuiv et al. FRIDAY. MAY la. 153.1 W. T. Mace vs. W. F. Moire, chief, et ill. 1331 .1 i. (iruham vs If s* \vnter u>. 13f»o National llunk of Sayre vs. Cecil L. Saunders. 1388 11 rand Prairie Creamery Co. vs. Harry Evans. Hoi \V. A. Grlggsby vs. J. A. Howard, et al. Mat u 10. Grlggsby vs. Janies A. How ard, et ul 1430 Lizzie .1 Duke vs Harriet Stuart. SATl’RDA Y , MAY 11. 1439 II. F Copeland vs. J. 1 Maynard, et al. 1450 -Herman Kent mas vs. Postol Tel. Cable Co, of Texas. 1453 W 11 Lusby vs. W. J. McDon ald. 1500 I'. 11. Careton vs. S. Clements. TUESDAY. MAY 14. 1510 J 11. 'Newsom, Admr. estate of .1 11. Scroggins, deceased, vs. Na tional Fire Insurance Co, 1533 A. McNeil und Mrs. Roberta Jlah cock. 1536—llebe G. Rector vs. Postal Tel. & Cable Co. 1560—Janies C. Howard vs. Cltv of H. S. WEDNESDAY, AY 15. 1538 F. L Patty vs. C.. R. I. & P. R. R. Co. 1549—Max Rosenblatt vs. C.. R. 1. & p. 1694—John Jordan vs. C., K 1. 45 I'. 1719—R L. Sloan vs. C., R. I. & P. 1747—B. Paulson vs. C., R. 1. & P. 1753—W. F. Waggle vs. C„ R. 1. & P. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1798 Sam Graf fried vs. C., R. I. & P. 1706 Henry Mitchell vs. U. H. Express Company. 18o4 J. D Harvey vs. C., R. T. & P, 1575 H Gross, et al vs Mrs. Hose Fusil back. tf»M7 L. C. McCall vs. 3. 3. Beatty, FRIDAY, MAY 17. 155* ,1. F Rowland vs \V IT, Tel. Co. 1587—A. J Peeler Ac Co. va. DeSotO Springs Co. 1GI6—Lee Levy tVL Co. vs. L. R. Queen,! «'t id. 1G5U- K empner I^m.l and Improvement Co. vs. J. II. Tm install. 1-53 Kpitipfut Land and Improvement i Co. vs. <J. (’. anil 1 Little Koch. I SAT1 ‘ 111) A V. MAY Is. Motions, demurrers, defaults, etc. OTHER COURT CASES. Several Omissions in the Rcster Made Up For Circuit Court Docket. In the long roster of circuit court eases for Monday, May 13, were omitted. They are as follows: 1429- p. F. Copoland vs. J. I. May nard. et al. < 1460- Herman Ken mans vs. Postal Telegraph Co. of Texas. 1452 -W. H. Lusby vs. VV. .T. Mc Donald. 15(H) P. H. t'areton vs. S. Clem ents. \lso there was omitted from ths list case No. 1659, styled Starbuck vs. Street Railroad Company. HUSBAND QUIT WORK. Mrs. Mary E. Mitclium filed an action for divorce yesterday against Edward 1- -Vlitchuni, in which she charges nonsupport and mistreat rnent. She states that when they married at Hope, Arkansas, she ran a boarding house, and Mitchuin worked as bookkeeper, but that he quit work anti spent about $1,500 oT her money.