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THE ARGUS J.IUESD AT, OCTOBER 6. 1008.
; City Council. Room, Rock Island,
111.. Oct. 5 1908. The council met in
regular session at S p. m.. Mayor
Schaffer presiding, and all the alder
The minutes of the last regular ses
sions were read and approved.
Alderman Frick submitted Xrdi
Tiances, which were considered and
adopted by unanimous vote, alloving
the labor payrolls of weeks ending
Sept. 2G and Oct. 3, as follows:
Pete Loge 16-50
H. Robb 16.50
Frank Johnson 12.60
J. Anthony . 12.60
Fritz Gest ...
Gust Peterson 12.60
F. Shoel - 11.55
. J. Meyers . . . 8.40
Chas. Reinhart 6.30
Thos. Manuel .... 11.55
G. Anderson 11.55
F. Rusch 10.50
A. Brasher 11.55
Joe Stroehle 12.60
Barney Schmidt 9.45
Richard Barley 2.10
J. McCarroll . , 10.50
P. Johnson 9.45
E. Sellers 10.50
P. Knipe 2.10
M. O'Connell 3.15
P. Peterson 4.20
J. Meyers 25.20
C. Gaylord 25.20
C. Brookman 25.20
P. Van Haulte 25.20
Joe Hendricks 21.00
Jno. Burton .
D. V. Kelley
J. Meyers 25.20
Ben Ranson ....
H. Robb . a..
Frank Johnson .
Chas. Nelson . . .
John Anthony ..
H. Diesenroth . . '.
J. Meyers ......
Richard Barley .
Jim McCarroll . .'
G. McCarroll ...
Gust. Peterson ..
Joe Hendricks . .
C. Brookman . . .
P. Van Haulte ..
Ira Cross ....
Harry Dean .
Harry Dean .
Chas. Moody, month ending
Sept. 19 12.60
Water Works Construction . ..$ 72.80
Reservoir Account 149.40
Health Account 37.80
Sewer. Account 4.73
Contingent Account 1.50
Bridge Account . I . 1.50
lFt Ward Sidewalk Acct. ..... 59.83
2nd Ward Sidewalk Acct lly.25
3rd Ward Sidewalk Acct 62.50
1 4th Ward Sidewalk Acct 23.20
12.60 5th Ward Sidewalk Acct 32.55
Jno. Haley 12.60
Jas. Farrell . . .
Jos. Gutzweiler 11.55
Wm. Morris ,
Thomas Carey .. 10.50
William Peck .
C. F. Gaetjer .
F. Donaway . . .
W. L. Aster . . .
Harry Dean . . .
Chas. Moody 12.60
2nd Ward sidewalk Acct $ 67.20
3rd Ward Sidewalk Acct 60.00
4th Ward sidewalk Acct 70.50
5th Ward sidewalk Acct 86.10
6th Ward sidewalk Acct 42.00
7th Ward sidewalk Acct 35.70
Water Works Const. Acct.
Reservoir Expense Acct. 121.00
Long View Park Acct 29.40
Health Account 23.10
2nd Ward Sidewalk Prop Hlds 8.00
Police Account 7.50
7th Ave. Boulevard 12.60
Fire Dept. Account 1.00
M. Cavanaugh . .
D. W. Kelley ..
Ted Heverling . .
Jos. Hanricks . . .
Nels Peterson . .
Jos. Gutzweiler .
Wm. Morris . . .
Sewerage System No. 1 15.00
Jos. O'Hern 12.60
Emil Frank . . .
jno. Entler ...
Thos. Carey . .
Wm. Peck ...-r
One Who Reads
A Great Deal
Is liable to need glasses
sooner or later. Most peo
ple dread to wear them,
end put it off until they
seriously weaken the eyes.
If you have any eye
trouble at all, you should
have your eyes tested im
" mediately by Dr.( Myers,
who will give them a thor
MYERS OPTICAL CO.
212 Safety Building,
Rock Island, HL
7th Avenue Boulevard 25.20
Alderman Tuckis from the finance
committee submitted an ordinance.
which was considered and adopted by
unanimous vote, allowing claims i
against the several , funds as follows,
except of item of $S93.74 for Tri-City
W. Klockan 15.60
F. L. Lampbell 20.00
J. M. Lundburg 4.10
McCarthy Improvement Co 1533.55!
L. S. McCabe & Co 16.12
M. A. Martindale 9.75
T. B. McCulIom 1 7.50
Mutual Wheel Co 6.00
Murrin Bros 4.00
A. D. J. Moeller 3.00
Ohio Paint & Varnish Co 10.00
Mrs. M. J. Phillips 12.40
VV. B. Pettit '. 3.25
M. T. Ruderen 48.35
R. I. County Abstract Co 125.00
R. I. Sand & Gravel Co (. 60.32
R. I. Plow Co 1.00
Smith & House 23.00
J. H. Stuhr 14.20
H. C. Schaffer 12.8b
J. M. Schoab 12.60
W. E. Smith 8.13
H. T. Siemon . .45
I. B. Souders 6.0U
Tri-City Const. Co 898.73
Wallace Treichler 100.00
T. H. Thomas 2.33
Union Printing Co 5.40
Volks Zeitung 26.S0
J. F. Witter
S. R. Wright
Weyerhauser & Denkmann...
Mrs. H. Weidland
Western Union Telegraph Co.
E. B. McKown, Sec
Jas. W. Cavanaugh"
Hank Morgan '
N. J. Hoeltzner
A. F. Greaser
Roy Reed .
Wm. Ray .'.
The new line is here. It's a fine
line, too, containing all the newest de
signs in all the different woods and
finishes and at all prices.
A line worth selling.
Here's where we are strong. Un
questionably the greatest line of
Rockers and Odd Chairs ever shown
in Davenport it's a beautiful and ex
tensive line priced on low-priced way.
The Store That Gives You Most for
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Just now when many, are planning improvements for the home we judge it to be an opportune
time to draw your attention once more to the fact that we are in the best position to give you
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satisfaction as our past performances have proved. '
No other store in this locality can equal our assortments no other store offers the variety we
do no other store buys in quantities of equal, size no other store can afford to quote the gen
eral low prices attached to our offerings.
Call and see the mammoth stock we now have on hand. ,
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Rugs and Curtains
Such another assortmentas ours of attractive and dependable Rugs and dainty fresh Draperies
at prices within the reach of every one, cannot be found in this locality.
If you are locking for Rugs, you'll not be suited until you see our line. x
and China Closets
A long line of exceptionally fine
patterns. We are headquarters for
Dining Room Furniture.
Take It Easy
In one of our comfortable, durable?, lux
urious Morris Chairs, or our fine easy
Rockers, Turkish Leather Chairs, etc.
You get ail the comforts for little mon
ey in one of these.
Dressers and Chiffoniers
The biggest value line we have ever
shown you. Look to us for what is
best in Bed Room Furniture and you'll
be money ahead.
We Sell Globc-Wcrnickc Elastic Book Cases.
Wc Sell Stoves Cheaper.
owa r urniture
324-326-328 Brady Street
A handsome line of Ladies' Desk?,
Toilet Tables, etc: Go through this
stock of ours and you'll find the most
beautiful line of novelties shown in
Tony Harper 27
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0'J. ii. Hoogson
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Wm. O'Brien 27.50'
Carl Ewert 45.00
Sam Knox' 22.50
Chas. Hastings 50.00
Peter Frey 42.50
Chas. Milow 35.00
C. Church 35.00
E. Schadt 35.00
J. Valentine 33.75
J. Mandel 32.50
Aug. Schmidt 32.50
Chas. Schroeder 32.50
J. Blaisdell 31.25
V. Murphy .. 37.50
Henry Frank I
H. F. Lamp
Bennett & Bennett :
Channon & Dufva
Jas. B. Clow & Sons...
Crosby Steam Guage & Valve
Davis Machine Shop
H. Bloomquist . . .
G. Zimmerman ..
Wm. McCrellias .
L. V. Eckhart, Jr.
Herman Schnert .
Dennis Bennett ..
Thomas South . . .
David Fitzgerald .
Geo. W. Hill .....
E. P. Kell
Adolph Carlson . .
J. L. Goff
Thomas Gordon .
C, J. Meenan
jA. X. Kinsley
Keuffel & Esser Co 13.32
Sewer Account 31.17
Park Account . 464.9S
Street Account 51.70
Improvement 19th St. 10 to
12th Ave 860.50
Improvement 42nd St. 7 to 9th
Ave : 425.85
Seventh Ward Sewer System. 472.20
Improvement 25th St. 5 to 7th
Ave i 898.73
City Hall Account 5.40
Printing Account 26.80
30.15 j Gea Cardan
Total General Fund
Water Works Expense Acct . .
Water Works Const Acct
Reservior Expense Account .
Total Water Works Fund $1321.25
Second Ward Prop. Hlds. Side
walk Account 23.50
12th Street 1st to 4th Ave.
Prop. Hlds 7.90
Total Special Fund
ui mm r-rmung v,o la.uv c. A. McCartney 37.50
ueo. w. iienry jH. C. Schaffer
vv. niocKau y.6.
J. F. Leyda .
T. S. O'Hara
M. T. Rudgren 75.00
L-ii3 1 Henry
Penn. Oil & Supply Co : 13.00 j R Witter 4i:66
R. I. Sand & Gravel Co 45S.82
R. I. Hardware Co. ,
Smith & House '..
T. H. Thomas
Ward & McMabon
Western Telegraph Co
H. B. Hubbard, Co. Clerk . .
Union Printing Co
Health Account ..$ 370.70
Fire' Department Account 800.34
Police Account 803.39
Office Account '
Bridge Account .v
Election Account ............
i J. M. Lundburg
jWm.-H. Gest, Jr
jC G. Broxmar
jR. I. Buggy Co
The Cudahy Packing Co....
Central Union Tel. Co
Mrs. L. Drumbauld
S. S. Davis
C. C. Duffy
Driffill Printing Co
Henry Darts Sons
316.66. Electric Const. & Mach. Co.
287.32 j Mrs. Eagan
35.45. T. F. Eagan r.....
62.50 Chas. Fiebig
, 3.50 jH. J. Frick
25.00 Geiseker & Timmerwllke ...
37.50 Globe Bindery
50.00 ! John Gibson"1 ;
30.00 C. F. Hillfinger
Grand Total $7271.94
The clv-rk read petitions from vari
out parties for permission to mike
sewer connections. Referred to sev.'er
committee with power to act.
The clerk read petition from Peo
ples Power company for permission
to oren paving. Petition granted.
work to be done under supervision
of street commissioner.
The clerk presented communication
relative to assessment on certain prop
erty for No. 2 sewer system. Re
ferred to finance committee.
The clerk presented bond of Thom
as 'E. Sime in sum of $100 to bring
streets and alleys in Sime's addition
Alderman Holzhaminer moved bond
bo accepted and plat be adopted.
Adopted by unanimous vote.
The clerk read bids for painting
Thirtieth street stand pipe, as fol
lows: George J. Frysinger, $40; C. E.
Mart, $50; Charles Doone, $45;
Strecker & Lewis, $45; Lindbloom &
Referred to waterworks committee
and superintendent of waterworks
with power to act.
The clerk read bids for pump and
motor for reservoir station, from Al-lis-Chalmers
' company and Henry
Vorthington company. "
Alderman Utke moved bids be re-
26.20iferred to committee of whole to meet
13.00 tomorrow evening at 7:30. Carried.
10.25 The clerk read bill of Max, Liedtke
6.50. for 11 days' nay as patrolman. Re-
7.50 ferred to police and health committee.
19.80 The clerk read communication in
viting council to attend exhibition drill
in connection with annual state con
clave of Illinois Knights Templar.
Alderman Thompson moved invita
tion be accepted and council attend
in body. Carried.
Alderman Law'.er moved mayor be
authorized to appoint delegates to
deep waterways convention at Chi
cago Oct. 6 to 8. Carried.
Alderman MeXealy Moved $1,500 ba
allowed J. Seiver on city hall con
tract, as per certificate of architect
presented by clerk. Adopted by unan
The clerk read bills or A. W. Free
man and1Carl Nelson for relaying
sidewalks. Referred to street and
alley and, claims committee.
The clerk read reports of various
city officers for September. Received
and placed on file.
The clerk presented jepfcrt of tol
gate keeper of traffic over bridges
during week or Rock Island ' exposi
tion. Received and placed on file.
Alderman Ellinwood submitted re
port of waterworks superintendent
relative to straineis. Referred to
Alderman Ellinwood moved bill of
Williams .White & Co. be allowed- at
$257.40 for work on Holly-Gaskell
pump. Adopted by unanimous vote.
Alderman Ellinwood of waterworks
committee recommended bid of Her
shey Meter company Tor 25 meters
and one hot water meter be accepted.
Alderman Ellinwood presented res
olution relative to Seventh avenue
lights. Adopted. .
Alderman MeXealy from sewer cii-
mittee reported granting various per
sons right to make sewer connections.
Alderman MeXealy offered a reso
lution that property owners be re
bated for cost of intersections of al
leys on improvement' of Twenty-fifth
street from Fifth to Seventh avenues.
Alderman Ostrom moved' as a sub
stitute that matter be referred to
committee of whole. Carried.
Alderman MeXealy read petition
for ordinance for improvement of
Twenty-seventh street from Fifth to
Ninth avenues, and Ninth avenue
from Twenty-seventh to Thirtieth
streets. Referred to board of local
Improvements and aldermen of the
Alderman McNcaly moved bill of
George Evans ' be referred to street
and alley .committee. Carried.
Alderman Utke moved matter of
steel ceiling in Armory hall be re
ferred to committee of whole. Car
ried. .. , .-
Alderman Scbmld submitted an or
dinance to provide fori special elec
tion to vote on proposition to Increase
dramshop license fee to $1,000 a year,
and moved its immediate considera
tion. Carried. Laid over under the
Alderman Utke offered resolution
that Tri-City Railwav coninany be in
structed to begin grading Eleventh
reet between Tenth and Eighteenth
avenues, under direction of aldermen
of ward, and directing that dirt be
placed on certain streets. Adopted.
Alderman Utke moved relaying of
certain sidewalks in Second ward be
referred to mayor and city engineer.
Adjourned on motion of "Alderman
Frick. - M. T. RUDGREX,
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