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THE AUG! is. THURSDAY, 0CT015ER 11. 1009.
Men, Wake Up!
Is Your Back Weak? Have
You Dragging Pains? Are
You Easily Tired? Have
Have you lost the Ore and strength of youth Have you 'come and
f.o" pains in your back and shoulders? Are you growing old loo soon?
If, you have those symptoms or any other signs of breaking down of
your nerves and vitality, you will find new life in Electricity as applied
i : i voimsTfr in
'if! and every
:::'.! m- tr-i.wl J
JjJt of the men
relief from drugs alone,
can't stand his charges.
1 W'sft IJr'
ONE WHO IS TIRED OF PAYING DOCTOR BILLS.
Are you suffering from Physical and Vital Weakness, Rheumatism,
Iime Rack, Nervous Disorders due to violations of the laws of health.
Kidney, Rlatldcr and l.iver Troubles, Sciatica, Lumbago, Constipation,
Dyspepsia. Indigestion. Sleeplessness, Spots Floating Before the Eye-t,
Shortness of lin-ath. Headache, Shooting Tains in the Chest, Rack. Hips
or Ankles? Have you Weak Lungs or Rronchial Tubes, Nervous Exhaus
tion, or any evidence of breaking down in man or woman? - If so, you will
lind Electricity, propel ly applied, one of nature's grandest remedies.
Free Trealment Notice.
To convince the sick and ailing citizens of Hock Island and vicinity
that I j)OHS's the Grandest, Simplest and Most Successful Method of re
storing vii:!ity ami cmiiig disease that is known to the scientific world,
I have decided to treat free of charge until cured all calling on me be
tween now and Oct. 17. The only remuneration expected for my services
i3 a recommendation of my treatment to your friends after you are cured.
Read This Proof
Ncuralg-c Pains Cu-ed in Five Min
I'eter Anderson. 11-t T!r i it y-see-
e. iirl street. Uoek 1st:. ml. says: "Six
weeks I sn!i-riil neui ;i I - ie fains in
my towel' j.iw. Tlie si; !Teri ni: at
times was so severe 1 thought 1
wouiil lost iy mind. Not knowing
any mure wi.at to do. 1 it- iileil to
anil see 1 r. I'.ariz. and to my sin
pri.se Ik etoeil me. free of eliaine. in
'-y!- thnrr t1v-rn'mii1e! 1 iriie. I rimer
f. aw sueli a wotid. i t ul I t en t men t as
Ir. I'artz posscssi and 1 am now
past 50 years of age."
Nervous Disorder Cured.
Mr. savs; "For the
past three years I have turn alilietcd
with :i tiervioi.i disniMi r to suh an
extent that the t: i t i t . 1 worry was
Aettitif? to he soiin'thinu- awful. I
sent to New York, t'hieao and else
where for ;-o-ea!l- d n s. !ut I re
ceived no lieiietit whatever. I was
utterly mi lit fur mental or i.hvsieal
labor of any kind. 1 eould aot sh e-)
nifrlits on iter-mint el' l;il liriams.
coulil not work itui-ire.-- ilie .lay on
account of neroi- w-a ktie-'s. and
e-null not eat on ae. ount of the until
tial lireiikim? down of my liver anil
kidneys. .My heart Muttered at the
least exertion. I to"k no interest in
had ill) ill'
the dav. Aiv friends
of the serious disease
v;radaaily httt stjrely
irnawintr away my vital
outwardly 1 looked ! airly well
beiaii to think tl"-re was no i-uri
mi', when a friend advi-ai! me to
Jir. Hatty., and at last 1 did so.
f.uind a lYieurl who undei tooi
CIS in th tail. I Was rnn si io:ii (
tamim'd e.-ireftiMv and la- e.i uinler
itis combined system of tti'tment.
'I'oday I am a ln-w man. Have gain
ed smne 12 pounds in weight and
sieep Kood. enjoy my meals and my
work and ih
not e..i ,,s thoiih 1
was lost to the
i rsonal and profes-
I'. S. Kit j.
ciiuial reasons li
na me of t lie a.o e
e.ratelul jiatient is witliheld from
publication, but will be furnished to
sincere sufferers railing at my otliee.
Or. Nicholas B. Bartz,
Knoiii -IOO, KM, People's .National Ifcmk I.iiilding (Fourth I loot )
Corner Second Ave., and Eighteenth St., Rock Island, III.
Office Hours: ! a. in. to ." p. in. daily, Wednesday nul Saturday until
:;i( p. in. Sundays, 111 to 1.
Prococdinsjd of the city council of
Rock h-latld. 111. Jtetdi'r meet iiu
held Srpl. '2', VMM. Present: Mayor
and all aldermen.
The clerk rtai I he weekly p;iy roll
for the week ending Kept. IS, a-j
Samuel Daxon $ l;.r,t)
John tlintey 3 1.55
Pete Ivcrson -I ii
it. Deis'-nroth 7.3)
J. Anthony 11.55
Frank Johnson 7. csu
J. Stroehle (;.::n
Fred Oest ". 3 2..:
K. A. Brasher S.l'i
Frank (iottlcman 2.10
Barney Smith c.30
Sam I-ugenbtihl c.30
Frank Kuss 5.25
Thomas Manuel 10.5o
I.ester Emerick 7.35
J. P. Johnson s.'.io
John Killers 2.10
George Schaab 23.10
Otto Hendricks 12.C0
J. McDonald 1.20
William McCarthy IS. 90
John Myers SAQ
according to my system. My treatment is made
for you it is the best way of using Electricity.
It pours a gentle stream of life into the weaken
ed parts. It refreshes the nerves, expands the
vital powers, enriches the circulation, and makes
you feel bright, active and vigorous in one sin
gle application. You get stronger each day, and
i'j in a few weeks you are a new man, stronger and
tiw fir., of vrmtli Ir is sitTiDlv arand.
of mine Ihisine-ss men. professional
man in every walk of life, who has
- i . ir
'A business man told me once that my Elec
trical method of treatment had cured him after
he had spent over $2,iiii in doctoring and trav
eling for his health. He was a rich man, or ho
could never have paid out so much money. Most
who come to mo, after failing to get
They quit the doctor because they
the kind of a man 1 want.
One Free Treatment Removes the
John Newman, residing at Searstown,
111., says. "My back bothered me lor
the past live months to a eonsider
atde extent. Not knowing1 what to
do, I di cided to pi to 1 ir. l'.artz's of
liee iiinl try one of his tree t b ctrieal
I rea t iu'iit s. To my surprise, tiietirst
treatment pat an cud to it in less
than live minutes. r. ltartz's treat
ment heals .itnythiiiff J evr saw. It
doesn't hurt like the old way of giv
ing1 rdeeij ii ity."
A Stubborn Case of Lung and Bron
chial Trouble M2.stered.
( 1'. r.rassliehl of Trcmnnt. 111..
s;;ys: "Knr ears I have been look
ing for relief of a very stubborn
rase of lung anil bronchial trouble. I
had tried many remedies, but they
only relieved me temporarily and
soon as the effects had worn off 1
was as bad as ever. Finally I took
treatment from lr.
liaiiz. and soon
his treatment I
after I commenced
could see a chan:
lor the better.
Mv rough gradually
1 became st ronger
Now I have no distress or lincoiu
fort:iI)lf sensations of any kind and
have gained some six pounds in
Relieved In a Few Minutes After
Suffering for Years.
II U Keys, residing at Fif
teenth street. lioek Island, says:
"For about two years my b.n k both
ered me. due to a strain in overiilt
ing; besides, my shoulders were
rheumatic; in fart I felt generally
run down. Seeing I r. Hartz's an
nouncement in the papers about
treatments free. I decided tu
try it. Much to my surprise the
pain in my bark and shoulders left
me inside of live minutes. I ran
heartily recommend I"'. F.artzs sys
tem of treatment, and 1 may add
that th' treatment is :iot at all un
pleasant; if anything, it is soolhiii";
and refi eshing-."
Nils Peterson 11.00
Charles Grams 12.05
Chins Beck ' 11.55
Emil Finnic 11.00
.loo Wheclan 11. SO
John Nelson 11.00
Dennis Collins 11.55
William Glass 0.55
Jerry McCarthy 11.00
Dave Books 17.30
D. W. Kelly 12.C0
a. I.aberman 1.05
E. B. McKown SS.20
Chris Strassheim 2.55
Edward Kettlesou 7.85
1st ward sidewalk account $ 10.50
2nd ward sidewalk account 90.30
3rd ward sidewalk account 1.00
Bridge account C.30
Health account v 37.80
Contingent account 55.35
Reservoir expense account 100.50
Waterworks expense account... 30.95
Park account 88.20
tth ward sewer system .... 10.40
On motion the ordinance providing
for the allowance of said bills was im
mediately considered, and on further
motion unanimously carried, said bills
The clerk read the semi-monthly pay
roll, as follows:
A. N. Mueller 25.00
Frank Westbay 37.50
T. Kostnfiold 50.00
I II. KlirtZ ou.uu
II. Utke 27.50
A. Sehultzkee 27.50
Fred Bowers 27.50
William O'Brien 27.50
Carl Ewerts 45.00
Sam Knox 22.50
George W. Newberry 50.00
Peter Frey 42.50
V. Murphy 37.50
Charles Meilow 35.00
E. Schadt '- 35.00
J. Valentine 35.00
A. Schmidt 33.75
C. Seluoeder 33.75
B. Beahm i 32.50
William Kineger .
H. Bloomrpiist . . .
A. Hotchkiss ....
W. A. Giles
Charles Ginnane .
Arthur Kinsley . .
F. S. Kiehs 37.50
James Brian 41.07
Sidney Pearson 37.50
Jo! Frankhaeuser 37.50
Herman Sehnert 37.50
John Johnson 37.50
Dennis Bennett 37.50
David Fitzgerald 37.50
Gus Kitsch 37.50
T. P. Kell 37.50
Thomas South 37.50
C. Church 37.50
George W. McCaskrin 5tt.no
M. T. Rudgren 75.00
.1. F. Witter 50. on
Wallace Treichler 5O.O0
Hamlin II. Hull 5o.no
J. M. I.tindbtirg 37.50
C. F. Channon 12.50
. .$ 75.00
. . 33.00
. . 33.0'J
. . 33.n0
. . 33.00
. . 33.00
Waterworks and Reservoir
I). C. Kelly
A. J. Holtzner
J. R. ODonnell
William Ray ,
John Con well
H. Harris ,
II. A. Smith
Fire department account..
Total general fund
Reservoir expense ..
On motion of Alderman Iawler, the
ordinance providing for the allowance
of said bills was immediately consid
ered, and on his further motion unan
imously carried, said bills were al
lowed. The clerk road the following com
munications, petitions, etc.: Three ap
plications to make water connections
on Twelfth avenue (street not given).
On motion of Alderman Blochlinger,
referred to superintendent of water
works and waterworks committee.
A bill from Mrs. M. J. Phillips, dat
ed Sept. 13. 1909, for meals furnished
police station, amount $20.lo. On mo
tion of Alderman Carse the bill is
Communication from American Wa
ter Softening company, asking that
time for filinir bids on filter ul: Mli lw
extended from Sept. 30 to Oct. 10 or
15. On motion of Alderman Blochlimr-
or, clerk is instructed to reply to all
such requests that no extension of
time will be made.
Requoiit from superintendent of wa
terworks for car of alum. On motion,
unanimously carried; the clerk Is in
structed to call for bids on same.
Alderman Blochlinsor submitted a
report embodying a new schedule of
water rates, and moved that it be re
ferred to the committee on ordinances
to draw an ordinance in accordance
with the report, and that the citv at.
torney furnish each alderman with a
copy of the draft of the ordinance be
fore next Monday night, which mo
tion was seconded by Alderman Carse
On motion of Aldorman Holzhammer
the street and alley committee was
directed to meet Saturday next at
Alderman Carse called tin the mat
ter of the violation of the building ord
inance by the management of the Elite
theater, and after full discussion the
committee to whom the matter was re
ferred at a prior meeting was granted
further time to bring in final report.
Alderman Blochlinger called tin the
matter of the violation of the buildin-r i
ordinance by Fred Applequist .hereto
fore considered by the council, and af
ter a full discussion, the committee to ;
whom the matter was referred is
granted until the next meeting to re
port, and the clerk directed to request
Mr. Applequist to be present at that
Alderman Utke made partial report
relativo to the matter of protest
against the moving of a house at the
corner of Third avenue and Eighteenth
street .and asked that the mayor and
city attorney be made members of the
committee to whom the matter was re
ferred, and that time to report be ex
tended to next Monday night. Motion
seconded by AliLernian Frick, and car
ried. Alderman McXealy moved that the
city attorney prepare an ordinance
providing for the use of the Eighteenth
avenue water main by a certain addi
tional territory, and that the board of
local improvements call a meeting on
Saturday on that proposition. Carried.
Alderman Frick called for second
reading of following ordinances: Li
censing of circuses, caring for chick
ens and other fowls, construction of
certain cement sidewalks, all present
ed and read at last regular meeting,
ami separately moved their adoption,
which said motions were properly sec
onded and carried.
Alderman Frick called up tlie matter
of petition of Diamond Jo Packet line
for wharf. On statement made by the
mayor. Alderman McXealy moved that
the clerk be inslructed to advise; the
petitioners that when plans are pre
sented for sightly structure, said peti
tion will be considered.
Alderman Frick presented an ord
inance providing for six-inch water
mains on Twenty-fourth-and -a-half
street from the center of Sixteenth
avenue to a point 20 feet south of
north line of Eighteenth avenue, and
moved tlie immediate consideration of
the ordinance, which was properly sec
omuMl and carried, and on his ten her
motion was laid over to a second read
Alderman Frick presented a resol'i
tkm providing for the const ruction of
a six-inch water main on Thirty-ninth
street from Fourteenth avenue to 01
feet soi'th of Fifteenth avenue, and
moved its immediate consideration,
which motion was properly seconded
and carried. On his further motion,
said ordinance was laid over to st cond
Alderman Cochran called atleiition
to sidewalk on Twenty-second street
(Xos. 310 and 312). laid 13 inches out
of line and one inch too hu-.h. On mo
tion of Alderman Borst. matter is re
ferred to street and alley j-onimitt-e.
Alderman Ellinwoeid lepoited for
committee em Long View car service
be-tween 5 and 7 p. in., te effect that
eeimpany will put on an e-'xtra car b
i ween t auu h:ia p. m., and it neces
sary two extra cars. On motion report
is approved and accepted.
Alderman Ellin wood presented reso
lution to off vet that when street and
alk y ctanmit tee meet the Rock Island
lv.ilmad officials regarding placing ed
lailroad track between Forty-fourth
and Ftirty-sixth stre;ets. the-y take up
:ttes!ioi; of improving tracks between
Fotty-.H-e-ond and Forty-sixth streets.
Alderman Eliinwood presented res
olution pioviding ftir an ordinance reg
ulating placing of telephone, telegraph
and electric wire poles, and moved its
adoption, which motion was properly
see onded and adopted.
On motion er Abb Titian Borst, J. B.
Finery, Feu ty-fom th street and Sixth
avenue. is allowe-d live days furl her to
e-omply wi;h health commission's ili
re:ctions relative to sanitary conditions
at said premises, or he subject to prose-cut
The clerk called attention to inquiry
made by the son of Mrs. Xissen. whose
property has been sold for assessment
ai rearages. On men ion ef Alderman
Lawler, the matter is referred to the
mayor, city engine er and altortny and
city clerk and aldermen eif ward.
The clerk called attention to the mat
ter tif removal of house located at
lugntli stree t ami Second ave nue-, here
tofore referred to markets and license
committee; and aldermen eif ward. Af
ter eliscussion and consideratiem, tin
matter is rerferied to markets and li
e ense committee and aldermen of ward
w iih power to act.
The repent of committee to whom
was re-ferred the question invol vimr
the stile of Xissen property for special
sidewalk nsse-ssniont in the Sixth ward
submitteel report, instructing city clerk
te' adjust matter anel clear title; to said
property, which was on motion of Ald-
Ty V ke'eping the digestion nor.
jLFinai anei ii.e- nowe-ls ire-e yeu
recover your J'ormci- health -mil ;
strength very ejuiekly. Te elo
this you want the best remedy
SHINES ITSELF. VO.N'T
For sale by Rock Island Hardware
Company, 111 and Ealeb.
The Fuel You
erman McXealy, properly seconded,
On meiiioii of Alderman Lawlerr, prop
erly s -e-ondeel, r-etuuc.'l adjourned to
next Monday night.
1 here by e-eitify to the city clerk
that the.- fern-going is a true anel e-om-plete
re-cord eif the proe-ee-dings ef the
regular mee-ting of the city council,
held Sept. 20, l'Jiifi.
E. R. MAI.ONEY,
Subscribed anel swenii te before me
"ibis Mil elay of Ocieiber. A. I). 1 :ili;.
M. T. Rl'Dt JREX,
I This llopie Made ('euigli Syrup j
j Slops Coughs Ouieklv -
Make- a plain syrup by taking erne
pint of granulated sugar, aeld one
half pint ef warm water and stir for
lwe minutes. But two and one-half
ottnee s ef pure I'inex in a pint bottle
anel lill it ui with the granulateel
sugar syrup. Take a teaspoonful ev
ery ejne, twei or throe hours. Keep
well e-orked and it will never spoil.
The; eifeet i veness of this simple
home made article is surprising. It
t'stially stops a eleep-si'ated cough in
24 hours. It is also excellent for
enlds, whooping coughs, pain in the
e-he-st, br;nchial troubles and similar
Use the n-al I'inex in making it.
however. It is the most valuable
e-oiicentrate-d eeimptiiinil eif Norway
white pine extract, and it is far su
perior te the numerous pines oil and
pine tar propara! iems. If yenir elrug-
gist eloes not have it. be e-an get it
for you without tremble.
The; preiportion above- suggest eel
makes a full pint of the best e-eild
anil cough rcine-dy. The taste is so
pleasant that childre'ti take it will
ingly. Tlie total e-eist is about Tel
St.raineel honey e-an be- used instcael
of the i-.yrup. and makes a very line
honey and pine tar cough syrup.
Money Comes in Bunches,
to A. A. Chisholni of Tre-adwell, X. Y.,
now. His re-ason is well worth read
ing: "For a long time I suffered from
indigestion, torpid liver, constipation,
nervousness ami general tleuiuty, tie
writes. "I couldn't sleep, hail no ap
petite, nor ambition, grew weaker ev
ery day in spile of all ni"dical treat
ment. Then used Electric Flitters.
Twelve bottles restored all my old
time he-alt h and vigor. Now I can at-
tenel to bu. i'i'-ss every day. it s a wem
de.rful medicine." Infallible for stom
ach, liver, kidricys, bloeiel and nerves.
50c at all druggists.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
become famous for its cures of coughs,
colds, croup and influenza. Try it
when in need. It contains no harmful
substance and always gives prompt
relief. Sold by all druggists.
Old rhone West 13.3.
New Phone XI 33.
Why docs the average man buy one kind of
coal this year and then some other kind next
He never sets the right kind, that's the rea
But ask the man who burns
wants to change and you can
doesn't and won't.
Our genuine GAS COKE is always the same,
alwo.ys the beat.
No smoke, no clinkers, no dirt it burns
freely, and gives a lasting heat.
You'll like C0KS if you try it for a month
$5 a ton lamp, $5.50 crushed, on our yard.
Phone 227, old phone.
Stephens to Lecture Friday.
The second lnuu'xT in tlu- s lies til"
six lecture s by ItoIVhoi- Henry Mors
Stei.hr us e;f the I ii i vt i it y of Cali
fornia, under th' auspices of th Bav-e-npeirt
I'nive-rsity Extension soeiety,
will be given at the high schoed audi
torium, Davenport, tomorreMv evening.
The sillijeet eif the' series eif h-e-tur s
is "The Ei'lighloui'tl j ii.-.-jioi i:-m of the
Eighteenth Ce-iittiry hi Europe." ri-
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h The Elegant Lake Steamships
Oftiir ilnrivillril iw-rvirr' t-l wrM'll 'lllr-HCl nrel
N'irtlicrn M i-ltifnn. ronn-ciiii! wii h nil lint for
Kut.riair ;tnl l-'n-l . rt i l'iiit. 1'tiA riitML teLLrilt't-
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I rut i It fort 4 fiJirlt'Vtils. Si. i.-iio
ii ll:vn IViwk-y Ma kftuif
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S' larif" himI nl'lv hh t HMjrt' t-rfi firtiil-iH
J h nti- r ir.tvt'lrr ovt ry mtHli rn ninw-ninicw
out iii'j on th fit r. tar lutnk ol lt.nr- M-liin-:
D 17 "ill: uril r. P 1 Cifl.rm mA ft'.. F rI
BEST IN TOWN AT
visf vv' n i.
COKE if he
bet that he
fessor Stephens was tillable to lill hi:;
ci-gageiiietit. iast Friday owin to hl.j
in n e-alh-d tei Harvard to attend 'he
inaugural ion if I'resiib-nt liwcll r.s
tile le-jMesentative- of his Ulilvi-rsit.
The- pbasaut purgative e-tTeot oxper-ie-nee-d
by all who use Ch:imberlain';j
Stomach and Liver Tablets, and Hie
healthy ceniditlem of the body and miii'l
whieh the-y crea'e, makes ejim fell Joy
ful. Sold by all druggists.
and we can
The Great DANDKRIIS'E Ndvcr
I'aii.s tc S'roilucc, the
IT rntvrnj ntid invi j-nrnra llic llflir
S. .I.iH-Il; end tiiSUC. r I tli? inalp,
rc.sa'tiny- In a continuou.- and
irTcasirg growth ol" the liair.
I i-ii'tj of ?-r:;! nrr roiifnunlltr
iiii'i,'.: -ill ti-nr!v nil f
ii counirv Kir. liitr ll-nt l-nn-l'Ti'in
'A i:il"u-rt I':'" jirnv. tt f ha!r In
. tli.ii wire toiini'lcrtd
.lirly h'-: l"f.
A ln'.y Ii'etni iiro'llyn writ-:
Aifi- n i-li'-ri ti f;l r.-y liilr
'lM-i:r, nti'1 I ffiw hnr n lively Im-S'I
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Jandcrine f-; it:i.!:.i iLc scalp.
in. ,1ms it l.ri'.llliy mi l krejia it so.
It is llic nrcalcit f.'-.ilp in ifjorotor
Lnnwn. It ir. a v. In'lrtnuw- irK-Hieine
lor 1-oth llic lir.ir onrl wolp. Lven
a small bottle of it will put
more Ker.uinc life in your
hair than a zallon of any
other liair tonic ever made.
It shows results from the
very etirt. - ',
Nmw r-i) ni r-vny ilrwg and
1 ti'tlr-t 'r in llr iund 'tf.i.ca ,
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