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tention to this, reporting all defect to
the principal. On this committee for
ihi year are Evan Roderick. Roy Col
lins. Dale Hayes, Herman Heimbeck
and Will Tenges. Numerous pictures
of athletic teams have accumulated
without . proper attention and a com
mittee has been appointed to see that
they are framed and hung on the walls.
On this committee are Clara Crawford,
Roy Streckfus. Bessie Beln. Helvig An
derson Nina Munger and Fred Aster.
Rifusato Give Up Proposition of
Publishing High School
Second l -Venue.
RocK. Island, Illinois,
or Money 'Rc'unded.
GET ADVERTISING OUTSIDE
ZTH&ABGUS. FRIDAY, OCTQBEH 27, 1005.
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Promising Patronage to Persons Who
Take Space in Their Columns
Tattler Will Soon Appear.
Not' discouraged with the announce
ment frcm the Retail Merchants asso
ciation that they would not. patronize
the columns of the high school journal,
the students are determined that the
publication shall appear this year and
a canvatsH of the three cities will be
ina.le for advertising tnough to fill the
column. In solicitation the student
art carrying the promise that the ad
vertisers will receive the patronage of
the students wacther in Rock Island
r not. So if seems that the strike and
the boycott Spirit have both reached
the schools. The publication this yeai
will bear the name of "The High School
Tattler." The cover will be designed
by Waller liuderbeck.
Irlde la Appraaee.
The recent compliment given by the
Kockfonl teachers to the students up
on the order and neatness in the school
ave them cause for some pride. This
excellent appearance is made possible
by the appointment of a committee
from the student body to give its at-
Our local Druaqist Tells People cf
Rock Island How to Ward It Off.
Some people at fifty call themselves
old. and really appear so, while ottur
;it seventy seem active, vigorous and
A reporter happened in the store of
11. O. Kolffit our Ucal druggist, the
other evening, and this subject was
brought up. Said Mr. Rolfs. "It is a
fact and we see it Illustrated every
day riuhf here in Rock Island. It Is
not yeurs; old age does not begin at
any set time, but it is loss of vital
force that makes a prson old. A se
vere sickness, weakened digestion. thin
blood, or poor circulation soon start!
vitality on the wane and then a person
"On the other hand." continued Mr.
Rolfs, "if the people of Rock Island
only Knew how our cod liver prepar
ation. Vinol. wards off old age, we
would not have clerks enough in our
store to supply the demand.
"You see. Vinol contains all the vl
ti.Mrr making, body -building principles
of cod liver oil. but without a drop of
the system-clogging oil. It strengthens
digestive organs, makes rich, red blood,
repairs worn tissues, checks the natur
al decline and replaces weakness wl'h
"One good customer of Vinol. who is
seventy-eight years of age, says he
would not take ..imm for the good it
bus done hiiu, and we wish every aged
person in Rock Island would try Vinol
on our guarantee to return money if
It fails." H. O. Rolfs. Harper House
City Council Chamber, Rock Island.
III., Oct. 26, 1903: The city council met
in special session at 7:30 p. m.. Mayor
McCaskrin presiding and all the alder
men present. The clerk read the call
for the special meeting as follows:
Rock Island. 111.. Oct. 25. 1905.
H. C. Schaffer, City Clerk,
Dear Sir: You will please call a spe
cial meeting of the city council of the
city of Rock Island to be held on the
26th day of October. 1 .. at 7:30
o'clock, p. m.. for the purpose of con
sidering the purchase of a pumping en
gine. JOHN P. SEXTON.
ALLEN N. PRATT.
J. R. BROOKS.
Aid. Anderson movtd that the coun
cil hear the report of the committee of
the whole to which was referred the
question of purchasing a pump. Car
ried. Aid. Eckhart from the committee of
the whole presented the following re
Resolved, That we recommend tlu
following bids for consideration, towit:
The William Tod company's bid for
$25,250; the Allis Chalmers company's
bid for $25,300; the Snow Steam Pump
company's bid for $24,990.
Aid. Anderson moved that the report
be received. Carried.
The mayor presented a message con
cerning the purchase of a pump.
Aid. Robbins moved that the mes
sage be referred to the committee of
the whole, where he desired to answer
the communication. Carried.
Aid. Robbins offered the following
That after a thorough and impartial
digest of the bids submitted to this
council for S.ooo.ooo gallon pumping I
engine. The bids submitted by the
Snow Steam Pump works of Buffalo.
N. Y.. of $21,090 being the lowest and
best for the interests of the city of
Rock Island for the type of pump de
sired and decided upon. Therefore,
Resolved. That the bid of the Snow
Steam Pump works be and hereby is
accepted and that the mayor and city
clerk are hereby authorized and direct
ed to enter into contract with the
Snow Steam Pump works for one 8,
000.000 gallon (per 24 hours) horizon
tal cross compound crank and fly
wheel pumping engine in accordance
with the specifications of the city of
Rock Island and proposal of the Sntw
Steam Pump works submitted Monday.
Oct. 2. 1905. for the sum of $24,990 and
that all other bids are hereby rejected
and the city clerk is directed to return
the certified checks to the unsuccess
ful biddt rs. Adopted. X to 5. as fol
Ayes Aids. O'Connor. Trefz. Sex
ton. Dauber. Wilson. Brooks. Robbins,
Nays Aids. Pratt, Blochlinger.
The New Jewelry Store
Positive and strong statements in our advertisements is a duty to
our public. The truth has small chance in advertising, for prevarica
tion, or worse, has long held high carnival. Not here we believe that
the number that believers in hon?st advertising is increasing, slowly.
There is a cheerful touch of elegance and thrift all through our
stock. Newness freshness beauty. What is whispered in New York
Js echHHl here.
Our ideal for long a mere hazy fancy is beginning to take on
form and substance1 but the store we have in mind the Ingalls store
of the future is still a figment of the brain the goal to which we are
We are driving this business driving it hot and hard and harmoni
ously. Nothing is lft to chance or guesswork. Red tap' lias be-en
rolled up and laid away, and the endeavor is to meet our trade on the
broadest aud easiest and freest basis.
If you wish to be in advanc of the dawning season, you owe it to
yourself to see our line. Diamonds. Watches, Jewelry everything.
AH day Saturday we will sell heavy solid silver thiml.Us for it,
1707 2V AVE
Rock Island. III.
Don't Spend Your Money
For a Big Ash Pile
in the Alley.
YOU SAVE 50 CENTS ON EVERY TON OF COAL BY USING OUR
LA SALLE THIRD VEIN CHUNKS
IT WEIGHS 10 PER CENT LIGHTER THAN WET BANK COAL,
AND PRODUCES MORE HEAT AND LESS ASHES THAN ANY OTH
ER SOFT COAL, AND CONTAINS LESS CLINKERS. SLATE OR
TRY A LOAD AND BE CONVINCED. SOLD ONLY BY
MUELLER LUMBER CO..
BOTH PHONES. TWENTY-FOURTH STREET AND THIRD AVE.
SOTS AN OVERCOATS
Were Quality, Style and Apperance Count. We have a world of New Winter Wearables for your selection
L.ots of thorn in the A great quanity in the
veri' latest styles, ran k- new colon, single and
in price from double breasted. Good
values at prices from
$10 lo 130,
A large assortment at
$1 lo $5
$10 lo $25,
$1 to $4
Exceptionally big values in Suits and Overcoats from
$12.50 to $18.
ALL NEW THIS YEAR'S GOODS.
NO OLD STYLES OR OFF COLORS TO SHOW YOU
Oborg, Eckhart, Trenkenschuh.
Aid. Brooks offered a resolution in
structing the city clerk to get prices on
White Norway pine for repairing the
Thirteenth avenue bridge and provid
ing that the work be done under the
suiervision of the bridge committee.
Aid. Wilson offered a resolution that
the waterworks committee investigate
the advisability of a filter plant at the
waterworks or artesian wells and re
port to the council. Adopted.
Aid. Kckhart offered a resolution
that the finance committee investigate
the advisability of employing a cor-
Mration counsel and report at the next
meeting of the council. Adopted.
Aid. Kckhart moved that th council
hear from the mayor and aldermen
from Elgin. Carried.
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Robbins.
H. C. SCHAKFKR,
Chicago; . C. Goodfellow, Peoria; C.
E. Bradley. Chicago; S. L. Day. Chi
cago; 1.. K. Smith, Chicago; A. If:
Cohn. Chicago; A. W. Johnson, Cn:-
cago; Mart Byrne, Lasalla; Edward
Mace. Richmond. Va.; .1. K. Bacon. St.
Paul; William .lunge. New York: Tho
mas Wood a 11, Buffalo, X. Y.; A. T.
Shear. Chicago; J. Buchner. Detroit.
Mich.; E. K. Millspaugh. Minneapolis;
George Ferguson; J. C. Pierce, Wor
chester. Mass.; B. B. Breed. Missouri:
Ben Cailey. Pit t .-burg. Pa.; W. fiozii r.
New York; .1. R. Youngblood. Chieag.i:
J. X. Brown. Chicago: Bt it '.. E. Kind,
Chicago; K. M. Whithand. Aledo.
GIVING ANOTHER DAY
TO THE TRI CITIES
Mayor Batsford and Elgin Aldermen
Visiting Davenport and Moline
Mayor Batsford of Elgin with the
aldermen and his heads of depart
ments, who were in Rock Island yester
day, are spending today in Davenport
and Moline. While ail questions of
public improvement are before them
on this trip they are giving special at
tention to the matter of disposition of
At the city council inte"ng las'
night Health Officer Fisher said. "We
came here to see what you do with
jour garbage and we discovered that
you make beer of it,"
Following the council meeting they
joined the Rock Island aldermen upon
invitation of Mayor McCaskrin and en
joyed the supper at the Hotel Harms
at the expense of the city of Rock Is
land, where the remainder of the even
ing was pleasantly spent.
At the Rock Island, t European .
B. Zeland. Chicago; U M. Tatton. Clin
ton; H. J. Taylor. Chicago; W. M. Fort,
Chicago: W. P. Gulieck. Chicago: J.
Ho'.den. Clinton; E. E. Root, Buffalo;
E. R. Waters. St. Louis: R. V. Rail
back. Chicago; G. A. Aid ridge. Koko
mo; R. H. Ixwther, Chicago; R. S
Woodburn. Hillsdale: A. B. Teasdale
Cassviile, 111.; E. B. Plain, Chicago; G.
T. Hallinger. Chicago; E. A. Toby. Chi
capo; J. Buchanan, Detroit; T. C.
O leary. Wabasha; C. A. Piper. Aller
toa; G. D. Chandler, Chicago.
At the Harper W. C. Galloway,
Aledo: O. C. Darnell. Chicago: H. T.
Madigan and wife, Chicago; T. W. Wil
liams. Columbus; William Patterson.
Chicago: J. H. Burweil. New York; A.
J. Sweeney. I'tlca, X. Y.; A. S. Unde
tlad. Chicago; Thomas Woodhall, Buf
falo: Charles Jacobsen. New York; J.
J. Hurlbert. Morrison: Miss Hurlbert.
Morrison; Miss Xina Hurlbert, Morri
son; Mrs. J. E. Warren. Chicago; Hen
rv Waterman. Geneseo; J. G. Cook. De i
Moines: Mrs. C. E. Miller. Moheell, X.
D.: G. E. Dubnock. Chicago; C. F. Ed
ward. Peoria; E. G. Kouger. Chicago;
Ira M. Clarke. Pittsburg: C. E. Talbott.
Pprophetstown: G. R. Blakeslee, Chi
cago; Henry Reller. South Center.
Minn.; P. H. Donnelly. Chicago: W.
Washer, New York; A-. W. Baekeit,
1. OUR OFFICE
2. TIHIE TITLE
7. SUNDAY S
12. MOW TO GO
122 West Seventeenth street, (rear of
Rock Island House).
To these lots is perfect free abstract
of tile with each deed.
We pay the taxes until 1907.
There is no mortgage or notes to sign.
There is no interest to piy in fact,
nothing but $1 per week.
You have nothing to pay when sick.
Our salesmen are on the ground all day
Sunday, but don't wait. COME TODAY
befor the best lots are sold. Bring $1
with yoj for you are sure to buy.
All you are obliged to pay is $1 per
week. But if you pay $25 or more cash
within 30 days, 10 per cent discount
will be allowed. You can pay by the
month if you wish, or any way that
The prices of these lots are lower than
anything we know of around -Rock Is
land or Moline. Then consider the
terms and situation.
Take Elm street car, get off at Thirty
eighth street any afternoon and all
You do not need to take our word for
these statements. All these terms are
embodied in a contract and signed by
J. M. Buford, president of the Rock
Island Savings bank, and E. H. Guyer,
owners. Payments made to Rock Is
land Savings bank.
jome to our office if you can if not,
take Elm street car and get off at
Thirty-eighth street, any afternoon or
all day Sundays.
122 West Seventeenth Street. v New 'Phone 5371
Our Salesmen, are at the Addition each Afternoon and AH Day Sundays.