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Common Council Proceedings.
. Edgerton, Wis., June 19, 1922. Regular meeting of the Common Council, Mayor Biederman-presiding. Aldermen present: Ash, Gessert, Grassman, Schultz, Spike Minutes of the last meeting read and approved. The following bills were read and al lowed: Gus Amundson $ 42 00 Wm. Kruchenberg 31 50 S. F. Shea . 1 00 Fred Deppink 8 25 AuS. Krueger 4• • ’ 55 25 Martin Johnson.. >9 90 E. D. Etnyre & Cos 17 50 Conn & Boenig . 258 W. B. Doty & Cos 100 00 Commonwealth Tel. Cos 10 00 Ladd & Holton 30 00 American R. R. Express Co— 52 American LaFrance Fire Engine Cos 328 60 Peter McCann 6 00 Isaac Spike 6 32 Petitions for licenses; to sell non-in toxicating liquors were read as follows: Wm. Schrub, G. E. Lynts, Burns An derson. Motion made by Aid. Schultz and seconded by Aid. Gessert that licenses be granted to the applicants. Motion carried. i Petitions for licenses to conduct pool and billiard parlors were read as fol- . lows: William Schrub, H. C. Schmeling and H. H. Goede for the Grand Bil liard Parlors. | Motion made by Aid. Schultz and sec- j onded .by Aid. Spike tbvt licenses be granted to applicants. Carried. Motion made by Aid. Gessert that the ' city council appropriate $500.00 for the purpose of auditing the books. Carried. Oscar Jenson made a verbal report upon the city Memorial hospital move ment with especial reference to the j liability of the city in connection there- • with. | August and Fred Maves and Glen ( Price, a special committee from the Edgerton Concert band, visited the council to ask advice about the advisa-' bility of holding the summer concerts in Central City park. The matter was referred to the special committee ap- • pointed at the last regular council . meeting to solicit funds for such con-' certs. I Motion made by Aid. Schultz that.. Mayor Biederman be appointed, with powers to choose other representative citizens of the city, as a committee to go to Madison at the expense of the' city to appear at the hearing on June ( 27, 1922, before the R. R. commission upon the application of the Common wealth Telephone Cos. for the authority i to increase rates. Motion unanimously 1 carried. | Application of Lee Alder for the in stallation of a bubbler at the corner of | W. Lawton and S. Main streets read. The applcation requests the installation of the bubbler by the city, whereupon the applicant would build and maintain lady’s toilets and a rest room. Motion by Aid Gessert that the mat ter be referred to the committee on street improvement. Carried. The mayor announced the appoint ment of Geo. W. Doty as a member of the equalization board. On motion council adjourned. A. E. Garey, City Clerk. Last Week of the Modern Doctors. The Modern Doctors and their big advertising concert party are giving a series of high class concerts on their big elevated, illuminated stage at the Central City Park, drawing large crowds and pleasing everyone. • Their entertainments are all free and a com plete change of program every night. Plenty of good clean fun. With the company are the Modern Doctors who during their stay here give free consultation, examination and advice daily in their parlor office tent on the lot on all chronic diseases of long standing. The Modern Doctors are graduates of high class American med ical colleges and the benefit of their many years of experience in the suc cessful treatment of chronic ailments will be highly appreciated by the citi zens of Edgerton and the surrounding vicinity. Remember the place Central City Park, Edgerton. Big free show every night at 8 o’clock. •Advertisement. Lady With Large Acquaintance who is employed in a ready to wear de partment or who is dressmaking can become established in her own business and create a worth while income with out competition. We will send you from fifteen to fifty new style dresses suitable for all occasions, every month; constantly exchanging unsold models for new styles. Applicants who cannot give bank references will not be considered. Peggy O’Neil, Creator of Popular Priced, High Class Dr6SB6S. 29 West 35th St. New York Citv 3312 Notice of Meeting of Board of Review. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the Board of Review for the City of Edgerton, Rock County, Wisconsin, will be held in the Council chamber rooms of said city from 10:00 a. m. tilt 4:00 p. m. Monday, July 3, 1922, 4or the purpose of examining the assessment roll of the City of Edgerton and holding open the same to inspec tion by the public. By direction of the mayor, C. G. Biederman. * 32t2 A. E. Garey, City Clerk. Notice ot Dissolution of Partnership. Notice is hereby given that the co partnership of Tall & Keller has been dissolved, and that Mr. C. H. Tall has purchased the interest of J. F. Keller in said business. The business of the Auto Inn will be conducted as hereto fore at the same location by C. H. Tall, who has assumed all indebtedness of the said firm. All persons indebted to said firm are requested to make prompt settlement of their accounts in order to enable the firm to liquidate its af fairs promptly. Dated June 9, 1922. 3212 Tall & Keller. —The St. Paul Cos. wants a man to carry mail to and fjom depot and post office. For particulars apply to C. w. & St. P. agent at freight offic**. 32-2 * Don’t Treat ’em Rough To build a high-grade Automobile Tire is a difficult, intricate Job. To take care of it properly is an easy simple matter. These little . suggestions each week will help you get out of your tire the Mileage the Manufacturer Built into it. # MISALIGNMENT MISALIGNMENT is the quickest known way to wear out a tire. It has the same effect on a tire as holding it against a grindstone. The TIRE instead of running straight ahead, is forced along the road sidewise, which quickly wears off the tread. A TIRE thus run may be worn out in less than a thousand miles. A wobbly wheel, caused by a broken bearing, being out of v true, or by a bent axel or spindle will produce the same result. A CAREFUL CHECK now and then on your wheels will avoid this. The WHEELS MUST BE parallel, and MUST revolve perfectly true or else the results of mis alignment will be suffered. Brunswick, United States, Michelin TIRES an.d Tubes Veedol,Wadhams Motor Oils & Greases “EVERYTHING FOR THE MOTORIST” RED ARROW FILLING STATIONS * Trade Mark Registered Phone No. 415 EDGERTON, WISCONSIN EGGS AND OLIVES MEXICAN STYLE fhln 821 almost POF tecfly balanced diet, for eggs, green olives and rice are rich in protein, fat, and carbohydrates respectively, and each is high in caloric value. It is anew dish —a nourishing food as well as a delicacy. Six hard boiled eggs (halved); one cup Spanish green olives (quar tered); 2 cups boiled rice; 3 cups Creole sauce. Arrange rice in bot tom of a baking dish. Cut eggs in halves lengthwise and lay on rice. Add olives to sauce. Pour over eggs. Bake in moderate oven 15 minutes and serve at once- This is sufficient for six helpings. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC We hav.ee discovered a number of broken insulators in our 66,000 volt line supplying Madison, Stoughton, Janesville and Edgerton, and the evi dence shows that the insulators were broken by stones that some thought less or careless person threw at them. This line furnishes light and power to a number of large cities and vil lages, and it is important to keep the the transmission line in service con stantly. A broken insulator may cause the line to be put out of service and this will result in thousands of peo ple being without light and power until the repairs can be made. We desire to render good service over this line and we have spent a considerable amount of money in building a good line. We appreciate that the average person respects other people’s property, but a small minority have little regard for the other fellow. We feel sure that the people living along this line will co operate with us to see that the thoughtless person is educated re garding the damage that may result from the breaking of insulators or other parts of I;he line. * The average American boy has a highly developed sense of fair play, I and it is to the boys we appeal es pecially in helping us to solve this problem. We cannot have someone watching our property at all times, . and for that reason the boys can do a great deal to see that mischievous I parties are warned of the great damage which may result from the breaking of insulators. We are confident that, after this matter is brought to the attention of the thoughtless persons and they ful ly realize the seriousness of tamper ing with transmission lines, the trou ble will be ended. The breaking of insulators is a serious offense, and special laws have been passed imposing a severe penal ty relating to it. The law is as fol lows; “Injury to bridge, tollgate, posts, wires, lamps etc. Section 4440, Any person who shall wilfully, maliciously or wantonly break down, remove,.in jure or destroy any bridge on any highway, turnpike, public driveway, plank road or any toll bridge, tele graph, telephone or other posts, wires S3 I an l-P.:-. —p a a- aaaaaaE i a=a=a a * >-aa-> n *a ■ a- - a be I SCHALLER-YOUNG LUMBER CO. USE OUR FREE RATTERY SERVICE Your battery will give better results and last longer if you let us attend to it regularly. EDGERTON BATTERY SERVICE GO. Edgerton Wis., Next to Edgerton Motor Cos. electric lamp appliance or fixture, or any turnpike or plank road gate, or any lock, culvert or embankment of any canal, or any embankment, cul vert, cattle guard or fence of any railroad, or remove, injure, destroy or displace any electric, horse or other railroad fixtures or machiney, or disconnect the cars of any rail road train, or without permission, shall run or place on any railroad track any hand car, be punish ed by imprisonment in the state pris on not more than three years nor less than one year, or in the county jail not more than one year or by fine not exceeding one thousand dollars.” A reward of Ten Dollars will be paid to the party furnishing evidence leading to the conviction of any per son for wilfully destroying any of property. , WISCONSIN RIVER POWER CO. Had Enough of That Kind. “As a skilled laborer,” said Unde Eben, “I’m entitled to a helper, but I’d rather go wifout dan have any i"' * *•■;'. i.-. as <.v Uis: t>ue. ‘ Ancient Egyptian Homes. The walls of the courts and rooms In ancient Egyptian homes were paint ed with brilliant colors and the floors were covered with woven mats and skins of wild animals. As for house hold furniture, the inmates of Egyptian homes slept upon the floors, others re po ed upon straight couches richly in laid, which often were lion-shaped, the head, back and tail of the animal forming the body of the couch and its legs the supports The Folks Next Door. On whdt ocean is Callao? What language do they speak in Montevideo? What is the big port of Argentina? Where is Quito? How does Rio de Janeiro compare in size with Rich mond, Va.? Is La Pas a mountain or south of Buenos Ayres? Is there a law against automobiles in Peru? Do they have snow in Brazil? If so, when? Why do they speak French in Ecua dor? 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Edgerton Wis., Next to Edgerton Motor Cos. “What A Charming Home I” Folks may say this about your house, if you keep it well painted. You not only add to its beauty, but more import ant, protect the surface from rot and decay. Lucas Tinted Qloss Taint will “save the surface” and beautify at the same time. It is real economy to use it, because of its long life and great durability. Give us the opportunity of estimating the amount needed* L. N. POMEROY CO. Telephone 257 Edgerton, Wis. Robt. Burns Van Dyck White Owl Bobbie William Penn Dreadnaught Gould Batteries Why We Personally Recommend Gould Batteries