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rrHE aKGTJS, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1905
City Council Room, Rock Island.
111.. July S. 1905. The city council met
at 7:30 p. m.. Mayor McCaskrln pre
siding and all the aldermen present.
Aid. Blochlinger presented a resolu
tion of sympathy with the family of
the late Charles G. Youngberg over hi
untimely death. Adopted by a rising
The minutes of the last regular aad
adjourned meetings were, read and ap- nhlweih-r Brot
Aid. Anderson, from the finance com
mittee, presented an ordinance, which
was considered and adopted by unani
mous vote, allowing claims against
the several funds as follows, after at
taching thereto a bill of H. E. Krell for
J900 for grading the Twentieth street
sidewalk, and a bill from H. B. Hub
bard, county clerk. 1117, for costs in
the Fifteenth street improvement pro
ceedings: IAJNGVIEW PARK.
E. B. MKown. secretary ; 195-65
GARXSET FQl'AKK ACCOUNT.
IS. MrKomn. cecietary ...a,
A. Uleuer 26 M
I. Hardware Co S-85
I. Saod Gravel . 5.53
G. rleider - 1 S
I.bor pay roll
Labor pay roll " 90
Labor pay roll ft
Labor pay roll 123 30
K. I Sand & Gravel Co 3.15
, i 40
rkuinoa. Perry fc Co
SPENCER SO r ARE ACCOUNT,
I'arldou A Sn 83 32
Donovan Hro 1( 00
O. W. MtCaJ'krin
11. C. Kcuaffer
.1. U Wriwht
John Volk Co
Emplra Coal Co ,
Veverhaeuer Denkmann ,
Fjencer St Tref
THIRD AVENUE SIDEWALK.
Labor pay roll 13 15
FOURTH WARD SIDEWALK.
Labor pay roll
SIXTH WARD SIDEWALK.
Labor pay roll 3'
FIKST WARD SIDEWALK.
R. I. Stove Co
SEVENTH WARD SIDEWALK.
R. I. Lumber Co
F. L. Yerhury 1 66
i H. Osterman
ZZ W .. ...
t Har.ry van tiana
K. W. Hchoede
A. J. Anderson
r. W. j;lK-hllnner rrr
J. K. fliuuka .'
1,. V. Efkhart
Allen N. Prtt
I". E. Itnbbin"
.1. 1. Sexton
1". P. Treiikeowbuh
C. C. Wile-on
( ban. Moody
J id. Pearson
Job ii Sbinid
P. I. Kell
C. E. Sex Ion
I rank FiUzell
J as. Me Man
J j lues llrinn i.
J. H. Stuhr
t ' a-s. Ki- A
83 33 '
Tony Harper 7 25
Samuel Knox 43 00
O. ;. Craig. Jr 50 00
i Union Printing Co IV 90
V. J. PeU.r 24 80
D. A. Uleuer 14 30
P.orlc Inland Argus 12 90
'Oieseker & T r. 00
I It. I. Sand Cravel Co 5 00
i A. R. Morris 4 00
I IT. I. Hardware Co 60
ir. o. Rolfs zr,
Cun. Exner 00
I I. W. Wilaon 6 00
! W. . Barker 6 00
II -nry Fri. k 6 00
l'red Smith 6 00
II. J. Frl k 5 00
Union Printing Co 16 00
V. J. Peter 6 20
Mr?. L. Dumbanld
Job n Volk & Co
l unth Typewriter Co
. Jobn Williams
fi J.J. Davis
r LJOHT ACCOUNT.
' Peoples Power Co
5j PKtNTINO ACCOUNT.
- 1 Edward Nance
rt ' Union Printing Co
r, Kock Inland Argus
- CONTINGENT ACCOUNT.
, II. . Stone & Co
Ouy Eckhart ;. 25 50
1 II. Meyer 9 00
. . 25 00
. . 12 ST.
. 50 00
. 12 5n
.1.409 4 !
. 15 25
. . 8 25
. 33 0 i
J. M. Schaab . 2 1 '
D. A. Bleuer - 35
WATERWORKS EXPENSE ACCOUNT. j
Labor pay roll 47 30
P. T. Bancroft 150 00
W. Wise 50
Win. Sprague "9 00
D. Fleming 00
Jan. Farrell 60 00
E. Burk 55 00
Tko. Mahoney 00
It. L Sand A Cravel Co U
S. A. Mager Manfg. Co 19
Davis Machine Shop IT 1
R. I. IUnlwar C 1 I3
Union Ioe A Coal Co 3 W
CbAonon A Dufra
J. T. Nof taker
R. I. Lumber Co
C.. M. ft St. P. Ry
Smith ft Hause
Empire Coal Co 1
Electric Const'. r Co 1 30
RESERVOIR EXPENSE ACCOUNT. 1
V .... ..11 M V
LMI K7 IWII ........................ 1 1
.. Ctl 1? I I
Labor pay roil
Labor pay roll 91 OOj
Labor pay roll 84 90
Geo. Walllrk t5 00
H. F. Lamp 55 10
Henry Frank 55 00
Peoples Power Co 1 1
Union lee ft Coal Co 13 001
WATERWORKS CONSTRUCTION ACCT.
Labor pay roll 77 CO
Labor par "0H
Labor pay roll 95 6
Cbannon ft Dufva I19 "3
More Attractions than ever, Larger Program than
ever. More Diversified therv ever v
5 Concert Companies, 7 Lectures. 5 Entertainers.
5 Rovind Tcvble Lervders V y V
Children Season Tickets, 9 to 15 years. $1. Sensorv
Tickets $2. Children under 9 free if ftccompanled
by parents V V "V
Ward & MoaMhon
Walfh Blake Shoe Co
A. P. Smith Mfg. Co
E. E. Lamp
R. I. Sand ft Gravel Co
LAROR PAT ROLL.
. 3 ro
. 5 23
... 1 7
Fchaab 12 00
Weyetbaeuser Iienkmann ..:
A. E. Amlirfcon
U. TelfpUonti Co
SUx k ha in
KIH tri- Const. "r v
FIRE DEPARTMENT NO. 1.
( has Mielow
luniel lWnle -
J. M. S. haxb
l'etin. il & Supply Co
1 1. A. ltlon.r
Kork lUnl Fuel Co
Mrs M. F.gan
Fruit h A HauHe "j
l.l..r pay roll f S3 25
Labor pay roll Ii5.isi
UlMtr pay roll 396.
l.alr iy roll 105 00
Trl City CiM"tructtoti Co 102 DO
24 60 l'- S- Uidelity Co C 00
t;l 25 ' Kramer ft Co.-., 6 20
!'l 7." j "aas 5 00
15 "i Cliannon & Ilufva 4 SO
J. II. H.Uon 4 00
Lola CiiHbman 2 05
Grace Cry 3 no
1ITH AVE. PROPERTY HOLDERS.
4 00 I'nlun Printing Co
2 80 J l:o'k Island Argus
1 73 H. H. Hubbard, Co. Clk.
Jokie M. I'cerd
15TII ST. PnOPKHTY HOLDKRB.
I ulou Priuting Co 36 00
K. C. IU-nson 1 55
1'aridou H Son 1 03
II. T. Siwinoa 1 00
Ueo. S liiiwider 7o
FUtE DKI'AKTUENT NO. 2.
fleo. Newberry fia 11
' Geo. HoWt CO 00
I Auk. Schmidt 7 50
I J. Vincent t.7 50
' Him k Island Fuel Co C 90
Corcoran ir Eun 50
louni; i McCoinbs COO
Mrs. M. Kpin , 3 00
Wejerhaouser ft D 2 46
F1UK DEPARTMENT NO. 3.
J. Mulcahy C5
Wm. l,ng CO On
F. Uoe kvl
Will. Barutea 17 90
Pull Wib. r 5 75
I. B. Soudars 3 00
Kock Island Futl Co S 50
Peter Anthony ....
E. D. Brasher
S. Lund berg
H. M .Bobbins
. Mc Quade
F L Tublvs
il L Morgan
'1 bos McDonald ...
Toney York 19 25
Pater Peterson 14 00
Fred Gest 10 50
A Mandell 3 50
Jos Henrlckson 14
John McDonald 10 50
Win McDonald 3 50
11 Doering 11 HO
H Karr 11
O Rooks II SO
A Helike 3 50
. . 7 90 10 50
10 5 9 C5 10 S'l 10 ro
.11 15 05 10 50 10 50
.11 15 7 90 10 50 10 TO
.10 50 6 35 10 50 8 S5
7 90 9 C3 10 50 10 50
.... 7 00
9 C5 5 4" 10 50 8 95
8 10 4 15 3 50
8 73 10 5 10 50
8 75 10 50 10 50
i 12 00 13 15
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. 7 90 1 75
7 00 3 50 10 50
1 75 8 75
25 3 70
. . 3 50
.. 3 50
.. 3 50
. 3 50
.. 3 50
. . 3 5o
.. 1 75
. . 1 75
.. 8 75
. 2 7 So 11 10 50
21 ini .0 50 C 00 21 00
.21 00 12 00 9 21 00
19 25 12 25 17 'J 14 00
3 50 3 50
4 SO 14 90 It 00
3 50 10 50 15 75
3 50 17 95 17 50
7 00 14 00 14 45
) 17 50
Carl Ewert 7 00 10 50 21 00 IS 80
8 95 10 50
I) Neighbor -
V Hoe h me
Ceo Mc Carroll
Wm Boehmo ;
Street account ' 1,204.05
12 15 10 50
C. H. Seidel, 122. and recommended
that they be declared members of the
board of education for the ensuing
term of three years. Report adopted.
The clerk read a communication from
C. V. Thatcher, agent of the C, R. I.
& P. Railway company, stating that
the crossing on First street and Sixth
avenue has been replanked. Receiv
ed and placed on file.
The clerk read the bond of W. E. Bai
ley in the sum of $300 to construct
cement walks on Seventeenth street
and Twelfth avenue.
Aid. Robbins moved that the bond be
The clerk read petitions from the
People's Power company for permis
sion to open pavement to extend ga?
service. Petition granted.
The clerk read petitions from 12. K.
Limp, Allen, Myers & Co. and A. N.
McNeil for permission to make sewer
connections. Referred to the sewer
committee and plumbing inspector with
power to act.
The clerk read a petition from Chan
non & Dufva and E. A. Rounds for the
extension of water mains. Referred
to waterworks committee.
The clerk read a petition from W. C.
Maucker fur permission to replace the
roof of his hotel building and to make
other repairs. Referred to the fire and
The clerk read a petition from prop
erty holders on Fifth-and-a-half avenue,
between Twenty-sixth and Twenty
seventh streets, asking that the side-
walks be relaid at the proper grade.
Keterretl to the street and alley com
mittee to report.
Aid. Dauber moved that the matter
of an electric light switch for the al
leys be referred to the fire and light
committee to report. Carried.
Aid. Dauber moved that the fire and
light committee provide horses for the
fire department whore necessary. Car
ried. Aid. Sexton moved that the street
and alley committee, together with the
street commissioner, be instructed to
procure estimates as to the cOst of 30
waste paper boxes and to report with
Aid. Sexton moved that the street
and alley committee, together with the
street commissioner, procure estimates
of the cost of a street sprinkler, and
Aid. Sexton moved that the street
i 75 :tnd alley committee secure estimates
is ) 'of the cost of repainting the Market
5 25 square? scale house. Carried.
3 70 Aid. Sexton offered a resolution in
1 - structing the mayor and city clerk to
(procure estimates of the cost of remol-
i'ling and installing in the city hall
authorizing the Rock Island Brewing
company to construct a sewer on Third
street from Seventh to Fifth avenues,
to connect with the Fifth avenue sewer,
and moved the immediate considera
Aid. Eckhart moved the adoption of
the ordinance. Carried by unanimous
Aid. Wilson offered a resolution in
structing the plumbing inspector tr re
pair the catch basins at Fifth-and-a-half.
Sixth and Seventh avenues on
Twenty-seventh street, and at Seventh
avenue and Twe.fth streot. Adopted.
AM. Wilson offered a resolution in
structing the city engineer to furnish
grades for sidewalks in the Sixth ward.
Aid. Blochlinger, from the sewer
committee, reported granting various
persons the right to make sewer con
nections and instructing the plumbing
inspector to locate the obstructions in
the sewer in the alloy between Elev
enth and Twelfth streets and Second
and Third avenues, and the owners be
notified to disconnect their vaults.
Aid. Sexton, from the waterworks
and special committee, recommended
the purchase of a pump. Report adop
ted. Aid. Anderson moved that the coni
miitee heretofore acting on the mat
ter and the mayor and city clerk be
authorized to investigate and report
the cost of a new pump and report".
Aid. O'Conner moved that the mat
ter of the grade for a sidewalk on
Thirteenth street be referred to the
board of local improvements. Carried.
Aid. O'Connor presented a petition
asking that sidewalk grades be estab
lished on the east side of Fourteenth
street, between Eighth and Ninth ave
nues. Referred to the street and alley
committee and city engineer.
Aid. O'Connor offered a resolution in
structing the street commissioner to
cut the grass on all boulevards in the
city immediately. Adopted.
Aid. O'Connor moved that the matter
of a correct grade for a sidewalk at j
I John Taylor's premises be referred to
city engineer. Carried.
Aid. Eckhart offered a resolution that
the city clerk ask for bids and proposi
tions for the installation of a modern
fire alarm system. Adopted.
Adjourned on motion of A. G. Ander
son. H. C. SCIIAFFER,
Don't Let tKe Bill Collector
Hang Around Your Place.
Perhaps the neighbors don't know him, but you do. You
would like to pay him, but you haven't the money. Why
not get all these small bills In one and have one man to
pay? A little each pay day don't satisfy your creditors,
but half the amount you pay to each would satisfy us and
make it easier fcr you. Let us loan you the money and
give you a fresh start. Your furniture, piano, horses, wag
ons, etc., will be security for what you need, and they are
not removed from your possession. Call, write or tele
phone us. We'll send our confidential agent to tell you
about it, if you make the request.
FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY,
Mitchell A Lynda Block, Room 38.
Office hour 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and
ohone West 514. New Telephone 60r).
Saturday evenings. Tele-
Kitchen Troubles and the Remedy.
Only a few years ago it was considered good form
to encase the sink in wood thereby concealing the trap,
making it inaccessible and offering a
place fur the collection of filth and
If this condition exists in your
rtfiT 1- household, let us remedy the trouble
by installing a inowy white
"jStattdunl" Porcelain Enameled
!.4JUrif Kitchen Sink. Our work is satis
factory and prices right.
CIIAXXON & DUFVA
112 rm Seventeenth Street.
Sickening, Shivering Fits
of ague- and malaria, can be relieved
and cured with Elecrtic Bitters. This
Is a pur, tonic medicine; of especial
H. E. C A STEEL,
L. D. MUDGE.
H. B. SIMMON.
fr) 00 ; Ser A fount
Ith WarJ Sidewalk Account
;th Ward Sidewalk Arrouat
1st Ward Sidewalk Account .
7th Ward Sidewalk Account
UkM Account .
Htta Avenue Projerty Holders
irtb Street Property Holders .
Lonnvlew Park Account
Garnicy Square Account
suitahle offices to accommodate the oenent in maiaria, ior it exerts a true
ity otneers of Rock Island and quar- curative influence on the disease, driv
ters for a Tolice matron, and to re- Ing It entirely out of the system. It is
Iort at the next regular meeting, niuch to be preferred to quinine, hav
Adopted. MnS none of this drug's bad after-effects.
Aid. Anderson moved that the mat- E. S. Mundayof Henrietta,Tex.,wrltes:
ler of allowing each alderman $50 for "My brother was very low with malar
expenses incident to committee busi
ness be laid on the table. Carried.
I The mayor nominated W. D. Pettlt
for city weighmaster. Confirmed by
t Aid. BrtKiks offered a resolution au
thorizing the street commissioner to
have the city bridges cleaned once a
month, and that signs be placed on the
. different bridges notifying teams to
Daily. June 30 to July 4;
return limit, July 14;
extended to Aug. 8
for 2T cents.
Let me tell you about our Train Service.
E. A. RIDDELL,
keeu in the tracks. Adouted.
Spencer Square Account 275 M( A,d Andergon. Jrom (ne nnance cora-
saiary Account r25, M raittee, reported recommending that a
Police Account , . representative of the Iowa Publishing
Fire rH-partment No. i r.9 oi ronil,any be given an opportunity to
auix-ar before the council and exhibit
,J'3r , samples of their work and submit their
prices, and moved that Mr. Huebinger
Fire Icpurtmont No. 3
Waterworks Expense Account 1.413.17
; Kejrvoir Expws Account 7lS.;i '
Waterworks Construction Account .. 6&2.u
be authorized to apear before the
council next Monday evening. Car
ried. Aid. Oberg moved that the health
commissioner be authorized to pur
chase tetanus anti-toxlne to the amount
and also to return the check
G'and Total I10.S.T9.&6
The clerk read the reports of varl- of $100,
ous city officers for the month of for $100 to the Daily News donated for
June. Received and placed on file. j the purchase of anti-toxine, with a Iet
j Aid. Anderson moved that the conn- ter of Aanks. Carried,
jell take a recess, and that the mayor Aid. Oberg offered a resolution in-
appoint a committee of three to can-. structing the street commissioner to
jvass the vote of the late school elec- fill the sidewalk on the east side of
tion. Carried. Eighth street, between Fourth and
The mayor appointed as such com- Fifth avenues. Adopted,
mittee Aids. Anderson, Robbins and j Aid. Oberg moved that the street
Sexton. ; commissioner be Instructed to bring
( On reassembling. Aid. Anderson re- First avenue, between Eighth and
ported the vote cast at the school elec- Ninth streets, to grade. Carried.
tlon as follows i W. B. Mclntyre, 122; Aid. Eckhart offered an ordinance
lal fever and jaundice, till he. took
Electric Hitters, which saved his life.
At Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store;
price 50 cents, guaranteed.
Central Trust s Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
Capital Stock flOO.OOO. Koar Per Ont Interest Paid en Deaealts.
C.J. Larkln, 11. II. Cleaveland, II. D. Mack,
J. J. LaYelle, Mary E. Kubinson, John Schafer,
II. K. Casteel,
L. D. Mudge,
E. I). Sweeney,
II. V. Tremann
M. S. Heagy.
II. B. Simmon.
Estates and property of all klnda are tn.uageil by thli depart- j(j
nu'Tit, which Is kept entirely su;.. irate from the banking business of O
1 1m oininiiy. We act as executor of and trustor under Wills, Ad- i
Diliiisf rator. Guardian and Conservator of EstateH. P
Receive, and assignee of Insolvent estates. Genera financial (
Kent for non-repidenta, women, invalids and others. P
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The Man Wko' Knows
(JOOI) TAILORING WIIKNT UK SKKS IT
Is the Man Wo Are Looking For
FOR HE IS THE MAN WE KNOW WE CAN PLEASE. WE INVITE YOU
TO CALL AND LOOK OVER OUR STOCK OF WOOLENS, FOR WE ARE
POSITIVE THAT A BETTER AND MORE COMPLETE LINE HAS NEV
ER BEEN SHOWN IN THIS VICINITY. ALL THAT KE ASK IS THAT
YOU GIVE US A CALL
E. F. DORN, Leading Merchant Tailor
1812 Second Avenue.