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THE' ROCK 'ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1911.
J. Schult 30.34
A Schmit 40.00
H. Btoomqulet 37.50
A. Cawi 35.00
G. Holet 26.25
H. Herman 40.00
B. Stephens 36-25
C. Glass 36.25
E. gchadt 37 50
James Brinn . 50.00
James Reynolds . 41.66
Wm. Caulfleld 41.66
Herman Sehnert 41.66
John Furlong 37.50
Arthur Kinsley 37.50
Joe Frankhouser 37.50
Charles Bleuer 37.50
C. Meenan 'SO.OG
Fred Herges 37.50
John Johnson 37.50
John Kinney 37 50
Dennis McCarthy 37.50
Max Liedtke 32.50
David Fitzgerald 37.50
Sidney Pearson 37-60
Charles Ginnane 37.50
. P. Kell 37.50
Gus Kirsch 37.50
Otto Herkert 37.50
P. J. Carey 5.00
Dina Ramser 31 25
Geo. Banker j 27.50
G. G. Crais 36 6C
Wm. Pratt 37.50
Harry Kurtz . . 60.00
John Joers . 60 00
Ben Bleuer . . 50.00
Frank Steele 37.50
J. M. Lundburg 75.00
James F Witter 50.00
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V. L- Frykman
C. C. Wilson
X- J. Holzner
Louis I. Bircsall
H. H Harris
H. E. Teterson
J. R- 0"Doanell 33.00
George Odam 33.00 1
Fred Emke 35.00
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lira, li TP 1 1 1 p dI
-ni 111 I 111 ni l' 1 if 1 ,w- . ...A, , -k, ..i ...1 in m 11 mil
Object Lessons in Domestic
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Fire deit. acct
Police acct. ,
Health acct. ,
Street acct ,
Salary acct ,
Total general fund
Waterworks esense acct
Reservoir expense acct
Total waterworks fund ...
. 233.00 1?
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That should interest every one intent on refurnishing: their homes Any article listed
here can be bought on our EASY WAY TO PAY PLAN No embarrassing questions.
Just tell the man to charge it. No interest to pay and all goods delivered in plain un
lettered wagons. Our stock is. complete in all departments and our prices defy competition.
Grand Total J2, 756.13
Commissioner Rudgren moved that J.
G. Botienbury he allowed $51 for his
services and that the same be charged
to the fire df-partment account. Car-'
ried by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Rudgren submitted a
resolution dis j ibuting the free tele
phones to be furnished to city employes
under the frauthie of the Central
t'nioTi Teleiihoue conjijaDy Adopted
by unanimous vote.
riinimisainn(r 71 1 1 rt fr.n mm-orl .
adoption of the appropriation ordi
nance as read at the last meeting
Adopted by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Rudgren moved the
adoption of the resolution submitted
at the last meeting appropriating to
the several funds I1S0.164.S3 estimat
ed receipts for the fiscal year 1911
over and above the tax levy of $9S.
145.62. Adopted by unanimous vot
Commission r Rudgrc-n presented an
ordinance, amending the ordinance re
lating to saloons, increasing the fee for!
druggists to sell liquor for medicinal,
chemical and sacramental purposes
from ?5 to $10 a jr-ar .and moved i!s
immediate consideration Carried
Commissioner Rudgren moved thei,
adoption of the ordinance as read.' ,
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nui'lHt'u u unaniinous vole. 1 j.
Commi.-iioncr Rudt ren read a com. I
municaation from the K:rst National, 'M
bank of Pittsburg relative to an as-
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The Kidney Cure
Without a Failure! y
The Positive Cure That Revolutionizes 1
Treatment of Kidney Disease, Rheu- !
A - v -ir-. m,t'' -rw:
P I - ' s VAX
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I a' AMOjtMMtM V III-
jm m r - - r 1 t m 1
I J -J JKxactly "5&j3 BeauUfully
1 & n 1 v- r i.!ai ar.'jb'i 1
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Jve'r 50 different stjles In Davenports to select
from there s a reason wny we sen so many
Davenports Ilerc'g one reason
$3.00 ISovfi $1.00 a Week
We offer thla week a 52 piece Dinner
Set. beautifully decorated In pura
coin gold spray large saape and
well worO $8.C0. We -want the ladles
to examine these seta and see the
wonderful bargain we are offerins at
' At-- . -;n 1 " '-t Jrr' . ; .-
Just think of having the privilege
of looking at over 400 patterns In
9x12 Rugs. The cream of all the
largest makers gathered Into one
beautiful display. That pleasure
Is yours. Avail yourself of it. If
you need any kind of a rug in any
size, we have it, and we are selling
them at very close prices, and you
need only pay a dollar or two down
and the balance to li::: yrr.'.r convenience.
A $2. 50 Curtain Stretcher Free
Grani Inerafn Rtifis, 3 yards long,
3 yards wile, special ri (Q
Klrv.in Inrrsin Rugs, wool filled,
some t'.tr.ra styb d rever- CP QJT
tibie Urusscls, 912 sixe. . Ou.J J
Kh.ir "-(in Velvet Rues. 9x12, soft
aiul siiliV. beautiful floral and ori
ental ( Trotd. heavy f O OC
wool face v I 0J
ICr.ickerboc'r.r Rrussels Rug, beaff
tnis.;i3 br.ck. genuine Ilnu'-tis
wi :ic. very oxi lvsive find tasty
pr1' tei i.-j, tW'.'l'. .J
difi'jrviit puuerns ..
with every rug selling at $18 or over
HOT WEATHER NEEDS AND COMFORTS
"iC'i-: ft Iter'
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A full line of gasoline stove
ovens are full size and well
made we are showing the glass
dcor style at $3.93 and a good
cut for only .
We are the exclusive agerts In
Davenport for the Metn;:t Jewel
Gas Ktove the groatest gas Silver
kcowu. All styles shown from the
cabinet stove here to a small size
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Store open Wed.
and Sat. evenings
until 9 p. m.
A Square Deal
Ve pay the
highly polished large flaked
grain 42 inches wide. We are
going to sell Just 24 of them at
Weil worth $15 00
TRUST THE PEOPLE.
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Yon rend mtich ahout rofrlgTrif irs,
and no mattr,r imw good tl:e hox 1ioVs
un.l how r.li-f-ly i. i.s trimmed, you. buy
ii. .i mi .hi :i..:m-'i i rjin. i' Kt'fji f
things eool ami not to "Cat lisoif up"' 7,
0 now A
uetklj ', V
O-irs rjre ft... fT rai.d Ttapi H ' kind
lit st and Cli -Mi.cst.
Wo are soiling this Hniall fan.Ilynlz,,
ro-iii 1 conif-rs and w ir C O iq
sh' ivf-s, at only 4 O O
l'iiy fl.Ofl liou; ) rmi a nj-v
rr.atism and Bladder Trouble.
Thi.T sS.itfmf-r.to ;.re not H(cruJ.
'.'!!' is'i.. in . o.-iiy in iiiii.i?
b-j- ! -:t;nment of a ?7,r.00 claim of - the Denkman for permission to improve
rau . very njn :id un !Tt-rinjr ! Pittsburg Kilter Manufacturing com
rhf!im:iii.m. can rrnn- tt wann
ritrby's KKir.-y I'Uls u
v rit. M iiairmi f.t. ;-t a fr' r:iCK
-it y.-ur rlr uk list's and e if we
lie J.--I-,! & l.i.ii.iifaih piirt f what
.- :;'T, nori-T-vv rkT8 do.
N .-.v lisj'-s .x.'.Tirir?. Jv.n't utt fi-
Thirteenth avenue between Twenty-
-ji 'i'any and moved that the clerk be fourth and Twenty-fifth streets by con-
"J" Xn'ku tJr' authorix'd to acknowledge the same, j etruction cf l-foot concrete roadway
at an iu store rarriej Dy unanimous vote. at their own expense, and offered a
Commissioner Hart read a report ot resolution that permission be granted
Chief C.eorgo Newbery of the lire de- them to make the proposed improve
j partment relative to the itispe. Uon oftment, the mork to be done under the
Hartz & Bahnsen building for purpose I supervision of the supervisor of
I cf storage of fireworks and moved the streets. Adopted by unanimous vote-
report le adopted. Carried by unaci- I Commissioner Reynolds presented
. mo is vote. i tho plat of Archer & Brien's addition
Commissioner Hart moved that the nd offered a resolution that the plat be
annual report or the drrectors or tnej accepted on their filing a bond in the
sum of $5o to bring streets and alleys
in said addition to grade within IS
months Adopted by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Reynolds offered a
resolution that a contract be let to
D, E .Keeler & Co. to connect the
sewer and storm drain at Twenty-fifth
street and Ninth avenue and do such
other work as is necessary to cota
plete the Sixth ward sewer system im
provement, for the sum of 450. Adopt
ed by unanimous vote .
Commissioner Rudgren moved that
George W. McCaskrin be heard at 2
o'clock this afternoon relative to the
claims of Dennis Bennett and others
for back pay for vacation periods in
police department. Adopted by unani
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and J. 0N-il $12.50 for services and
that same he charged to the fire alarm
system account- Adopted by unani
J. M LUNDBURG.
I hereby certify that the above is a
true and complete record of the pro
ceedings of the city council of the
city of Rock Island 111., at a meeticg
held May 15 1911-
ROY A. SEARS.
pulhc library be received and placed
on file. Carried by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Hart read the pro-
!j.oscd contract with William Lavender
! to rexmit him to make connections
.V; oTk'.aneyd'bU " OO Eight-
tr..itoi'r-t it:;;: makes enou u ; t-eutn avenue ana moea it De ap-
! proved. Carried by unanimous vote.
t- i.i-iibti..n roii.red r j tjjv were unanimously appointed and
.T.atifm anvwhere. ita- I "
Commissioner Hart presented the
names of Sidney Pearson, Otto Herk-
:;.. Ju.-t !.t- uwnv n.1 yuur cnatni , IAid Kii2erald end Charles Gin-
:a ! !.r if v...i i;vf t a n in the buck- ! r.ane for patrolmen .and on roll call
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rii " i in-- W.i.Mer or terrible connrinea. .
: - r : ' . yt i f ,' r k" j Commissioner Hart moved that pe-
u-:r , ,1 in i hfltiri If YtlLi think t h I . : ...... 1 , w A A . h
.... chh! f-..r oa to ll:cv. Just ask! w ,
''.ir .l uta- yt tir rii- bmpk r'-k- acted upon aa early as possible. Car-
-2 ro cntv We wi'l fr.a i 'ru -
Commisstor.cr itey roils react a pe-
!-:;) t;.o : at c-rv nt J.-rt,y
Vl .t , .... H v I-..... U.kU. V '. r .
ju, wisL. Tlicy are laff. gjiirauictd.
tltion from H. E. Curtis and Miss" Sue
m EASY AND HXHEEESS-WST
0 TO DARKEN THE HAIR.
FOR AN INJUNCTION
Petition of Molino Water Tover
Comitany Directetl Against
BIG RESERVOIR PLANNED
I'rLsco Irj't Will S(ir.as lioo-.
velt uml .l!suari Wmks.
San Francfnco, Ca!., May 'z-',. An-'
nouncetnc-Lt was mads here yo.-:ttT-
day that ti.e Great Wi-sttrn I'nwt-r:
f-onipany will build at I'.i Aitadows
j ( ;n . t y ih lli.i..-.'-if 1' l,im and r i .- -f
j voir in Arii ni mi-! t)i; A.itnii.i r
dan; in Kvrt. S'.'i:ici-t:t viler v. !
I Im stored lor U."- ii i It.ulon of 30'.
, Oi.'O acr.-.-i.
The hearing on the petition of tho !
Moline Water Power company, in!
which an injunction against Count 1
Treasurer - II. Whiteside and the
township collector is asked.occupicd '
the greater part of yesterday in the i
branch circuit court before Judge W.
H. Gest. The petition sets forth thai
the complaining corporation has beta i
NEXT SATURDAY'' IS AN
NUAL TAG DAY FCR CHARITY
a reservoir that will sutis iu ca-; IN ROCK ISLAND.
ttoubiy. there is no abetter ttocir toe
aatr and sealp treaUKa. esocjii
tars xxayoeiw, thaat a X)4 fDtpbor, it
prierlr prepsred. Turn Wyeik Cbsnieal
Company. T4 GmGd Kew Tor
City, pat irp en 4deel preparation of tkie
kiad, caned Wyetk's Sac m4 Blpar.
It is nM by all k-liax,4rWK?m4 tot
tOtL d4 f U a fcottla, or is tot dfevct
ay tke meneficfrTa 0999 raoelpt tt
resolution that A. Fox be allowed $25 1 Harper House Pharmacy.
Who Aees not kaav el lb vabia ol
b&u uS snrokur for kcecinr the hair
dark, soft. g!osy aod in aood coaviiUant Improperly as&essfed and that its tax
As a maRer of fact. rtUjbu- U a natural !es are grea'ly in excess of what they
efemeot of hair, an4 a 4e2crea ef tt j should be. and the couit is asked to
fa the Ba!r i heid by nany acaTy ape. prevent the treasurer and his aide a
eteilsia te be eosaeeted wtrk lets of I ( v .. ,
itL iuv ii 7l t l?rr liiU IUI pjJilL::a
Upon the conelon of the arguments, j
Judge Gest took the matter under ad ! I
risement. W. R. Moore appeared for
the county and V. A. .Meese for the
Forward extension handle bars, three c:-H spring sad
dle, coaster brake and equipped with our own brand of
YOUR ANNUA!, RONTTJT'RTT-
TION TOV7AEDS CHAEITY j g JOHN
XT7TT T T TT rtfkV jr nnann rm n r E
UEDAY ANNUAL TAG DAY. IS
KOCH 2I8-17th St.