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THE HOCK ISIXATTD 'AHGUS.. TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1911.
for nearly three months following iJ. Davis 2.10
her dismissal by the grand ry on John Gintey 6.30
a charge of conducting a houBe of!
ill repute, Nona Miller was arrested Total $627.40
and brought before Magistrate Rod-j Recapitulation:
dewig and fined $50 and court costs j ctrH?t acc $303.50
me case was prose-1 c,ewer acc 25.20
Rev. Burchit Accepts New Call. Dr.
J. A. Burchit, pastor of St. John's Meth
yl r r-.Y, V - - aAMtnt&n a T1 V. A 1 Oil thlS CharSTC.
Wl lOfc UJ VJ, XO CM V (Sltl t.(Ul IVtUj 1 - ' " t 1 rtLLl. ................. -' - '-
Centenary Methodist Church in Syra-! cuted under tne city ordinances ana . Re6ervoir expense acct 56.70
N. Y.f and will leave Davenport i not under the state laws as wu H Waterworks exp. acct
in a week or two to accept the call.
i tended in the first' arrest. The!
The matter has been ud between Dr.!womaB- wun ner nuoaDQ "- ! Waterworks exp- acct 12.60 at the Watch Tower,
...... . - . . . or wa nrrpupn fin Hrrn t n i ?
Kurcnit, tne msnops ana tne byracuse , 7 . " ;
church for some time, but definite ar- ",cul.lu"ru. v"1"
rangements were made only yesterday.
others was brought into court and
. . . ' wiru uu uici v -a 7 . 1 auu jut. . w i
c T 1 davenport irorr. j wng wm returned aKainst them by i rious druggists cf the city, against the I
luur 6u. , thig boJy ag they we held unJer lncrease in lhe fee for permits to sell
0 ' the state laws. Since then the police liquor for medicinal, sacramental and
Bail for Brandenburg. If Rudolph j taje gathered evidence against her j chemical purposes, and asking the
liranaentxirg, accused or muraer tor j anu sne was accordingly arrested and council to reconsider tne oromanre
killing Claus Moenter, his step-father
can procure bonds of the amount which
the court -will set, he will be allowed
his freedom while awaiting a new triaL
Judge Letts yesterday allowed the mo
tion for ball made by his attorneys.
George W. Scott and C. H. Murphy.
There wasilittle opposition to the mo
tion from tine county attorney, the only
contest bein over the amount of the
bail. The judge stated that he woull
announce theisum of the bond Wednes
day morning. County Attorney. Voll
mer recommended that the amount be
set at $10,000. He held that the of
fense is serious and the bond should
te in proportion. The attorneys for
the defense? suggested $5,000 as the
Licensed to Wed. The following
have been granted marriage licenses J
adopted at the last meeting, providing
o I for such increase. Commissioner liud-
Obituary Record. Yesterday, at the j gren moved that the protest be re
family home on Michigan avenue, near;ceived and placed on file. Carried by
RocVintrhnm read, after a lincerine ill- i dnanimous vote.
Water-town Man With Uiberati.
William Matthews of Watertown, at
tendant at the state hospital and a
member of the hospital band, French
horn, has been engaged by Libera' i
and he joined hi3 organization Sunday
has lived, in Watertown the last three
or four years and he married a Water
town girl. He has been a member of
several musical organizations. He
will accompany Liberati to the White
City after the engagement at the
Prefers Charge of Abandonment.
Mrs. Magdalena Dunn, colored, of
1917 Twelfth avenue, has started ac
tion against her husband, Ned Dunn,
before. Justice EntrLkin, but a change
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ness of over a vears duration of com-; tc r-rissioner nuagren reaa duis ot;oi euueis ianei iu ua.. wuat-L-plications
occurred the death of : Thomas J. Rodman, $200; Qeorge C. j son's court, where a hearing will be
Charles Cumber. He was born in Po- f Wengcr. J50; George C. Wenger, $100; '. had Wednesday forenoon. Attorney
Wis., Aug. 14, 1SS2. Prior to his land W. K. F.ailey, $200, for rebates on!.M. J. Aicfcjnu-y represents uunn. wnne
illness he had held the position of
train dispatcher for
road. In the year 1904 he was mar
rifd. He is survived by his widow and
the following children: Wendtlin. Her
bert, Herman and Charles, at home; j
his' parents of Potosi. and seven sisters :
and three brothers. Services were ;
held today at St Alphonsus church. :
following which the body was sent
over the Burlington route to Potosi, i
Wis., where burial will be made. i
Word has been received by relatives i
the assessment or the Sixth ward j Attorney W. E. Whiieside represents
the Milwaukee I sewer system, and movea tney oe iau j Airs, uunn.
over to tne next meeting carneu o
unanimotssly. Deere Increases
veloped, making an operation impera
tive. It was performed by Dr. A. H.
Arp, Dr. L. D. Dunn and Dr. P. H.
Boy Beaten. Because he spent five
cents for an ice cream soda, Carl Lar
son, aged 12, was unmercifully whip
ped Friday afternoon by his stepfath
er, Gustav Edmund, according to a!
legations made this forenoon by the
lad at the police station. On request
of tlae desk sergeant the litts fello"
removed his clothing and his body
was found to be covered with black
and blue marks. The lad asserts that
his stepfather whipped him with a
chain and kicked him several timen.
There are marks on his hips nearly as
large as a man's hand and these were
caused from kicks, he says. Mrs
O'Connor took charge ofvthe boy and
took him to the police station. Ed
mund will be summoned to the police
station for a talk with the officer?,
though no formal charge has been pre
ferred against him.
Would Spend $268,068.35. An ordi
nance making appropriations for mu
nicipal expenses during the fiscal er
was reported to the city commission
yesterday and was given its first read
ing by City Attorney Shallberg. At
conclusion of the reading it was laid
over till next Monday. The total sum
appropriated is $2CS,06S.35, which is
one of the largest tentative expense
list3 ever prepared by Moline city ofll
cials. This figure is considerably in
excess of cash that will be available
during the year $219,000 and it may
thus be seen that in making their ex
penditures the city commissioners will
have to refrain from going the limit of
their appropriations. The idea in es
timatinir nronesed exoenditures at
Stodk. Deere &!sueh a high figure was "to be on the
! Commissioner TTutlgron offered a j Co. yesterday increased its capital
in the dfstrict court:
Tremont, J., Susia
Thomaa Ohm, j in Davenport of the death of Mrs. j
Hendren Mo George L. Smith at her home. 519 Min-j
resolution that S. S. Hull be allowed
$20 for his services as inspector at
the Kock river bridges. Adopted by
Commissioner Rudgren read a bill
of the Hartz & Bahnsen company, for
a car of aium, and moved same be al
lowed at $396.32. with propc dis
counts. Carried by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Rudgren offered a
ftede from $30,000,000 preferred and
520,O0(i,ono .common, to $10,000,000 of
preferred and $25,000,000 of common
safe side," according to an explana;
tion of whys and wherefores given out
to the newspapers after the council
meeting. The administration sets
stock. This change does not indicate j forth that, during its last year in cf
any departure from the plans of the fire, the last administration made ex
company as originally announced, but j penditures of $245.517.S3, which sum
it was deemed by the parties in inter-j was $19,246.09 in excess of the re
est that it would be desirable, before ceipts for the fiscal year, the result be
the distribution of securities wasiirg that it was necessary to make al-
madc, that the stock of the company
Clain. 111.;' Henry Siebel, Pleasant ster street. Council Bluffs, Iowa. Mrs.
'resolution that the city clerk be di- j should be increased to such a sum as
Valley. EllajMartba Fiacher, Charles Smith was born in Iowa City and was!
for hidsjuould be amjJy adequate to provide
City; Albert' Drake, and Mildred Rit
tenburg .Davenport; John W. Per
fect and Mary Latbrop, Marshall
town. Find Lost Child After a Search.
Hours of searching on the part of
the police department and the rela
tives of 3-year-old Kenneth Jones, re
sulted in his recovery yeeterday af
ternoon at Eleventh and Scott
streets. The little fellow had been
missing from his home at Front and
Harrison streets since morning and
after the search of the relatives waa
found futile, -the polir were a.p
Warrant for Town Trustees. War
rants for the arrest of three town-
snip trustees' or Allen s Grove town
ship were issued yesterday afternoon
!n the office of Justice of the Peace
Phil Diom, rating the trustees on a
charge of breaking a levee. The
about CO years of age.
Davenport for some time before mov
rected to advertise
fnr th lmhlirat inn in nami'.hlet i v. f
.. . ,11 1 ' I " - ' t I i V- A 111 Ul V t . jl(ll. 11, wj. k in, V will
ltlllll Ul lilt: l IUI (T'l .11.-5 -l lilt: vl
council, and the statements of the
ing to Council Bluffs. Surviving are I iffert,nt departments of the city,
Adopted by unanimous
her husband, and two daughters, Mrs. j montniy
T - : . . .- . --., . e S Til.. , . i I '
Mrs. B. F. O'Xeil of Denver, Col. In r-r-.;Cc innor n.w-tfrrr-n rrosontPri
bond of the owners to bring the streets
Davenport there are a sister, Mrs. Jer
ome King, S21 Iowa street; a cousin,
Mrs. Matt Lamb, and a second cousin,
and alleys in Archer & Brien's addi-
Lesley Loses Leg. Jake Lesley,
who rolled from the roof of a box
car Saturday night. May 20th, while
asleep, was operated on yesterday at
the city ho-r-pital, where ie was remov
ed following the injury. The bones of
ttion to Kraae witnm lb montns, saia n. if, av ,,r .-mcho,! oh,. ,-.
E B. King, 930 Grand avenue. The ; hon(1 heinc in the :um of $50. and he I , t. ...i,., i ,.,.'.
1:, , , , ,i ii ir-. nR uiia d iriuif ii i
body will be sent to Davenport for in- j moved that said bond be accepted and
Sunday, aged '.
She was born
in Texas, but with her husband had
lived in fV.venport for several years.
j making their home at 9"5 Gaines
Mrs. F. L. Scheol, widow of the late
Fred L. Srheel. passed away Sunday
as the home of her daughter. Mrs. W.
I Gifford, 2250 Famara strict, after a
short Illness of two days ih. ration,
death being due to heart tro.ir.hj. She
was bom in Ireland and was at the
whirh were against David j lime of her death 71 years of age. She
Jjiostponed. Lesley had hopes of pav
ing nis foot, but aunuay gangrene de-
Grace, Louis Meyer and F. Wuesten
berg, were vwtirn to by M.' F. Ilar
gan and etatlthat the three broko a
dam In Mud creek v.hlch f!ows at
this particular jslace through section
22 of that township. The time for
tJr"hoaringJhas not been set.
Wfoman Heavily Flned.After being
outfrom :uider the arm of the law
ciine to America when but a small
child, ar.d resided in New York cijy
for a numbtr of yoars, coming to Dav-
nreDared to' amnutate his foot nnd a
placed on file. Carried by unanimous portimi ot his.ie m,t he remonstrated
vote- ! so vigorously that the operation was
Commissioner Kuugren movea tnat
the claims of Dennis Bennett and Wil- f
liam McNealv for back iay for vaca-i
tion period in the police department j -
be tabled. Carried. 4 to 1. Ayes, ; the labor pay roll for the week ending
Sehriver, Rudgren, Hart, Bear; Nays, j May 27, 1911, as follows.
Reynolds. j Fred Stanley $12.C0
Commissioner RuJgrt-n moved taat , William O'Brn fc 12 00
the bill of S. S. Kenworthy for $150 I jjorij Hanson 12. GO
fur servic es as commissioner in pre-' pete jOKe 12 00
paring the assessment roll in im- j James' McCaVl" WW' .'".'.'.'..'.' 1260
provtment case No. 1163, be referred i fiji i j Hafferrrxan 2 10
to the board of local improvements to j Kelly 12 CO
report. Carried by unanimous vote. j wilber Peck 12.fi0
Commissioner Rudgren offered a t t,,iln i.-hleri " 1i'.o
lowances, in this year's appropria
tions, for payment of the 1910 bills.
Obituary Record. Doris Nelson, in
fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Nelson, died at St. Anthony's hospital
Saturday, seven hours after birth. In
terment was in Riverside cemetery.
Word has been received here of the
death of Jacob Gaskill of Madison, O.',
father of Harvey Gaskill, foreman for
H. C. Klehm of this city. Mr. Gaskil' s
death was sudden and a distinct shock
to his family and many friends. .He
was 73 years old and a veteran of the
civil war. He is survived by three
sons and three daughters. Hi3 wife
and four children preceded him to the
resolution that, inasmuch a3 the bid
biehl 6 30 i William Westerfield
John Ehlers 2".20
Fred Dunaway fc" SO
Glide McDonald 25.20
Wm. McCarthy 25 20
John Schaab 25.20
Joe Schaab 23.10
Ben Sehriver (attorney for
John Bosselman and Alvina
Emil Mortell 11-70
John Dietz 21.00
mz w IK zzsSiife
Do Your Cooking in the Cool
A hot kitchen is Ettle better than a prison in summer. But
the range is there, so all the cooking and the washing must be
done there, too.
What a relief it would be to move the range where you
pleased. You can do this with a New Perfection Oil Cook
stove cook your dinner out on the porch, if you like. It is the
only range that is really portable that works equally well in
any place. There are no connections to be made, as in a gas
range ; no wiring, as with an electric stove ; no sooty flues and
ash-filled grates, as with coal or wood. -
The long, enameled chimneys carry the heat directly tip to
saucepans, oven or boiler ; you get full value from your fuel,
without waste, y .
Mads wilh 1 , 2 and ) barnen, with l(m
tarqvotie hle rfumrird chnrmry. Hoa
tonvly fimiftad thmuaHot. 1e 2- nd 3
buroer itnre can he had with or without a
cabtiwt top. which i fitted with drop hcia
Umel rack, etc.
Dealers cwrywhar t or wntt fnr iUmliTH
live orcuUr to the oearnt aeorr of the
Standard Oil Company
i Incorporated )
Penn. Oil & Supply Co
Mrs. M. J. Phillips t
C. XV. Kobertson
R. I. Lumber & Mfg. Co
H. I. Argus
It. I. Sand & Gravel Co-
Spencer & Trefz
J. G. Smith & Son
State Water Survey
Dr. J. C. Souders
C J. Smith & Co
J. M. Schaab
Schillinger & N'old
Salvage Furnitur Co
Thomas Drug Co. .
Tri-City lighting Co
Wm. H. Timmerwilke
Union Printing Co
Volunteer Coal Co
.1. Volk & Co
Western Union Tel. Co
Geo. White Buggy Co
Fred D. Watts ;
F. W. Wool worth
Police acct $:
enport about 18 years ago, where she i of the Union Printing company is theirj nun(-her 4.20 I Stephen Hull 24. 00
had lived ever since. Two children
survive to mourn her death. They are:
George Scheol of Denver, Col., and
Mrs. W. D. Gifford of Davenport. The
funeral was held today. Interment was
made in Oakdale cemetery.
I only one before the council for the
i Fred Ossingf r
Sam Knox 12. 'JO
Fire Alarm System account
Fire Dept. acct
Health acct P5.10
Light acct O.SCS.f.S
Printing acct 102.00
publication of proceedings and other Jacob Anthony 12.00 Geo. Schaab 2.10
12.00 ! Fred Dunaway 1S.:)0 j
l?.t'.0iFmil Frank 12.C0j
John Gintey 12X0
Paul Olson 12.t;
Frocccdings of the City Council
REGULAR MEETING .MAY, 22. 1911. 1 David
rifw rnp.n y 1 I , T 1 . T l , , i
. --''1., . . i -v ,v ibiuuu. 111..
fiw 9 1Q11 Ttti a : . .. , .
i j xvaa. v i t j iuuuu met
in regular ttessionat 10 o'clock a. m..
Mayor Harry M. iSchriver presiding,
and ConimiBsioners Rudgren. Hart,
Reynolds and Bear 'present.
Minutes of the regular meeting of
May 15, 1911 were reaff and approved.
Commissioner Rudgren submitted an
ordinance, which on his motion was
immediately considered and adopted
by unanimous vote, allowing the labor
payroll for the week ending May 20,
Swat wood 10!
matters required by law, the bid
accepted at the rate of 6 cents
line, and that the Rock Island Daily
Union be declared the official paper
of the city. Adopted by unanimous
Commissioner Rudgren offered a
resolution that in view of the action
of the county treasurer in refusing to
turn over to the city treasurer the '.ax
DO! Christ Vanlloe
l'er i .Tfijn T)f ivl
W. II. Berry ll.r-5
Joe Verhoestaete 10.50
11.55 I Frank Hefferman
Mason Gibbs 12.t;o
A. Redman 10.75
I John Nelson . .
ii "' J " V ,r""""lm. Frank Rus
vwv.i io u3 lilt oo Tir:l"
August Verhoestaete 10.50 I b!e the number of employes, and make
J. P. Johnson 10.50 cny such purchases of material as are
Frank Lund-iulst 10 r0 j absolutely ' necessary. Adopted by
Anthony DeVoe 10.DO j unanimous vote.
James Warner 10 50 Commissiofer Hart presented the
Fred Ossinger 10.50 'nanles of ,,arr)r Kurtz for barn boss
Fred Schoel 4.20 !and E- p- Kel1 and f-u? Kirsch for
George Schaab 21.00 patrolmen, and on roll call they were
John Ehlers 21 00 j unanimously appointed and confirmed.
Wm. McCarthy 21.00 j Commissioner Rudgren moved that
Andrew Foster - ! 2100 ;the Petitions for filling and grading
John Dietz 21.00 j011 Kighth avenue between Thirty
John Meyer 21.00 iei"ntn ani! fortieth streets and Fif-
Fred Dunaway 21.00 ,eentn avenue between Tenth and
Dan Emerick 21.00 ' Kleventh streets, be referred to the
Fred Schoel 12.00 i Dennis Collins
Joe Jenkins 4.20 ! James Davis .
12.60;N'els Peterson 12. CO
12.P.oic. I,. Carpenter 12.35
James Warner 12.00 1 M. Pearlstein 12.20
David Coughlin 10.50 ! Anthony DeVoe T2.60
; George Pettit S 4oJoe Stroehle 3.15
Frank Gettlemcn 6.30 .urn. Kckerman 12.60
Victor Peterson 5.95 John Burgon . 12.60
J. P. Johnson 2.10 Recapitulation:
Street acct $790.65
Bridge acct 24.00
Health acct . . . ., 33 60
exp. acct 12.hu
Waterw'ks const, acct 35.70
Reservoir exp. acct S8 60
Sewer acct 25.20
Frank Johnson 2.1?
Charles Brindle 2 .20
Lester Emerick 25.20
Jacob Mares 25.20 i Waterw'ks
Andrew Foster v25 20
Eden Connars 15.20
Mose Voss 25.20
jMcClain Morgan 25.20
Jacob Anthony $12 60 'John Rien 21.50 i Doara or, local improvements to re
Fred Bowers ' ia.6ojciide McDonald 21.00 ! Prt- Carried by unanimous vote.
Fred Gest 12 firt 'George Marrs 21.00! Commissioner Hart offered a reso-
Wyiiam O'Brien 12 60
Pete Heverling 12.60
Fred Stanley 12 60
Harry Utke 12.60
BenJ. Ranson 12.60
Thomas Manuel 10.50
Tete Loge 10 50
Frank Goettleman 10 50
Christ Vanlloe . 10.50
Frank Ru6s 1.50
Frank Johnson 10 50
Joe Stroehle 10.50
Peter Peterson 21.00 ' lu,,on ttat tne street light at Thirty
William Eckerman 12 60;eisnth street and Sixth avenue be re
John Burton 12.60
John Nelson 12.50
Charles Grams 12.60
Dennis Collins 10.50
James Davis 10.50 '
Nels Peterson 10 50:
Emil rTank 25 20 '
H. Berry .
D Collins 2.10
moved to Thirty-ninth street and
Sixth avenue. Adopted by unanimous
Adjourned on motion of Commis
J. M. LUNDBURG,
.. 25 20
, . .$1,010.35
Commissioner Rudgren submitted
an ordinance which, on his motions,
was immediately considered and
adopted by unanimous vote, allowing
claims against the general fund in 'he
aggregate sum of $11,670.64, as fol-
FREE SAMPLE GF LMATIVE
GURED THEIR GOfJSTIPATfl
4.20 ' I hereby certify that the foregoing
2.10 'is a true and complete record of the
proceedings of the city council of;
Kock Island. 111., at a meeting held
May 22. 1311.
ROV A. SEARS.
When a rron ha bcom discouraged
through years of tailure to find a cure,
and Anally, perfcar. gives tip tryirur. It
is small wonder tiuit h becomes scep
tical. And et. to all who h&ve con
Bdpation. w would say, "Try Just one
Ve wlan you would try Dr. Caldwell's
Fyrup Pepi-in. a laxative tonic that has
been used for a generation. Thousands
are using it; surely some of your fxiend3
among the number. You can buy it of
any druggist at fifty cents end one dollar-
a bottle, but better stilt, send your
name and address to Ir. Caldwell for a
free sample bottle. He will send you
rnough to convince you of its merits, and
then If you like it you can buy It of your
druggie. Mr. J. J. Petty of Unionvllle.
Mo . Mr. George W. Zimmerman of Har
rtsburg. Pa. and many others ot both
seosa d ia all parts ot ths country Crst
REGULAR MEETING, MAY 29, 1911.
j City Council Room, Rock IsLind, 111.,
ifi iMay 2, 1911. The city council met in
j regular session at 10 o'clock a. m.,
Mayor Harry M. Sehriver presiding.
, and Commissioners Rudgren, Hart,
ia?ivMih!. ,t! Bd now haTe " I ReynoWs and Bear present.
You will ita.rn to do away with salts.! Minutes of the meeting of May 22 ' for exercise it has. Mi-o-na stomach iHenry (attbie
A DEAD STOMACH
. Of What Use Is It to Anyone?
Thousands, yes hundreds of thous
ands of people throughout America )
ar murdering their own etonach, I lows:
th hst frionrl hv have snrl in
their sublime ignorance they think
they are putting aside the laws of
This is no sensational statement;
it is a startling fact, the truth of
which any honorable physician will
swallowing daily huge Quantities of 'rt Eng'ing Co
pepsin and other strong digesters,
made especially to digest the food;
in the stomach without any aid at all
from the digestive membrane of the
In other worda they are taking
from the stomach the work that
nature Intended It should do, and
i are also refusing it the only chance
it. C. Benson ,
Geo. D. Bleuer
J. D. Bollman
O. L. Bruner
Channon &. Dufva
Central Union Tel Co. . .
T. J. Campbell
A. W. Crampton
. 14 45
Commissioner Rudgren offered a
resolution that the city treasurer be
authorized to take up and pay city
i uurronta in thi o r rrt ooio lii ni if
io.ro " . . -
-' a,-ih.i.t, paiu oy tne otuto iiihik oi
! Rnr-tr luhind Arlnittfi1 IkV 11 itn tl i mrn
Commissioner Rudgren offered a
resolution that William Lafliu be al
lowed $23.72 for oats furnished for tne
police department. Adopted by unani
Commissioner Rudgren offered a
resolution that William Lafiln be al
lowed $25.90 for oats furnished the
fire department. Adopted by unanl
Commissioner Rudgren read a bill
of the Standard Underground Cable
company for 11,00b, for cable fur
nished lor the fire alarm system, said
bill failing due June 1, 1911. Commis
sioner Rudgren offered a resolution
that the bill bo allowed at $l,0o6, and
that interest in tho amount of $23. 4X
on said account also be allowed.
Adapted by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Bear oflered the fol
lowing resolution, which on roll call
was adopted by unanimous vote:
"Whereas, the Pittsburgh Filter
Manufacturing company of Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, has performed certain
work in accordance with the terms of
a certain contract entered into by
and between the City of Rock Inland,
a municipal corporation of the state
Illinois, and the said Pittsburgh Filter
Manufacturing company, on the 15th
day of oecembcr, A. D., 190f, for the
adoption of the ordinance as rcOT.
Adopted by unanimous vote.
CommissioiMier Hart presented the
name of Miss Dina Ramscr for police
matron, and on roll call she was
unanimously nppoiritcd and confirmed.
Commissioner Hart presented tne
name of Herman Srhncrt for city de
tective, and on roll call he wa. unani
mously confirmed and appointed.
Commissioner Rudgren offered a
resolution that the mayor and city
clerk ok authorized to t;iko up and
pay any outstanding vouchers in favor
(if tne Pittsburgh Filter Manufactur
ing company on tho reservoir and fil
ter construction account. Adopted by
L. V. Eikhart and J. K. Branden
burg addressed the city council rela
tive to the establishment of a system
of employing prisoners ir. tho city
and county j::i!s and other mutters.
Commissioner Rudgren submitted an
ordinance establishing the olflce of vis
iting nurse of the city, and moved its
immediate consideration. Carried by
unanimous vote. Commissioner Kud
gren moved the adoption of tho ordi
nance a read. Adopted by unanimous
Adjourned on moti"n of Commis
J M. LUNDBICRG,
I hereby, certify that the foregoing
is a true and complete record of tho
proceed in us of thrt city council of
Kock Island, 111., at a meeting held
May 2:, 1911.
ROY A SEARS.
A Kidney Cure
You Can Bank cn
Prove the Treatment Before You Pay
For It Your Druggiut Has a Free
Sample Package for You.
KMn-y if '.'.m :i.m.s pi 'lly pro'lii'- ln-t-iiM-
tear hi tin- lu-arls of tlnw aCfll-t-
i! with it. for iim1.:h titat.il jh-i m pi I y
try 1 1 1 .-! rilit m . tlni.t tiM-y u-iimWy tirl
t.i t i ;-.
Kv i y HiiflVrer 'ri.ia kh1r'-y nr llnl-ip-r
liiai'.l'i in.-iy tli. ink -' I- n fur til"
n--y Ir at MiL-ut, If. JDciby 'd KJillny
. . . . S ol
J. Daly 16.4
Driffill Printing Co. 117.50
Davenport Mac-nine & Foundry
F. F. Eagan
Elec. Const, and Math. Co...
Frazcr Coal Co
Dr. Iw?rly'B KMtifV Pilli nre rmarli
ahl. 'I ti y Ht rait-ti t n up la-m- t.a'
every tinit- iiril tititt Ti. ilv rv inan
ari'l WHaai liiit (icivi- 1' w:iieeit -4f
No ma'.t' r hw la'iiy nr . imiel' t,t yiu
f-l ;ilat vur a :i-, if vm! tiav tia'k
pallia, hl.el i'-i ..tin- . I'.l ! I ill i-.ui',
titt t,:t--w, r i ii u raa t 'art la any tii in,
il-i nut worry an m-tr i'.t l',r--r. 'e t'
your 'Iru-rivf ari'l ( j ..-k.t:."- of r-.
I-it.y'H Kianry I'll:-'- -' -itil .'.0 r-iji,
or l r ' t from J r. I rl.. .". ai ni'- om
mlmV. K;Mor lia'.l in. .Mi. h.
70 constructio "of a filter plant in aid i IC u war t i-. j.,ov. i.r .t n,at ail
city; and the said wrk having he.n j JiVV'i "t t c" V'.V - T... r.V 'lJZZ
examined and its acceptance having ' p. v k ---. Tr y t),i ra u l t. : or-vi.-,? ti.
been recommended by a competent . - ... .
enrineer: Therefore, be it r;T i .TY1 ZSS , "n iA, 7Xt. ay itmm
"Resolved, by the council of the cityi
of Rock Island, that the physical con- i
struction of said filter plant be accept-
ed und the same is hereby accepted ;
12.57 by the city of Rock Island." j
3.55 j Commissioner Bear presented the
2.50 j names of the follow ing for members of ,
4i 00 j the park board, and on roll call they'
waters and cathartic for these ar tut
temporary reliefs while Dr. CaidweU's
Syrup Pepsin is guaranteed to cure per
manently. It will train your stomach and
bowel muscles so tfcaftney wil! do their
work again naturally without outside aid.
Cast aside your skepticism and try Syrup
Ir. Caldwell does not feel that the
purchase of bis remedy ends his obli
gation. He has specialised in stomach,
liver and bowel diseases for ever foYty
years and will be pleased to giva the
reader any dv1c on the subject free
of charRe. All are welcome to write
him. Whether for the medical advleo
or ice free aamDle addresi him r.r i
1911, were read and approved.
tablets relieve d'stressed stomach in
The clerk read a projKJsltion frora!fivp mnit(., Tken reularlv for ''s. Oailagfcer
proposal be received and placed on fie
Carried by unanimous Tote.
Commissioner Rudgren submitted
an ordinance, which on his motion
w. b. Caldwell. &a Caldwell huiidini?" was immediately considered and
trloiatl Til I - . . .... ...
j auopiea iy unanimous vote, allowing
tne rtoch. isiana naraare company . a few week8 they buiid up the 6t0m
for furcishing fence and posts to pro- ach and make It strong enongh to
tect the basins, at the filter plant, forl, its own food. Then indlges
the sum of f 3S5.49. j t;bn. belching, sour stomach, head-
LommisEioner art movea tnat tne i he and stomach misery so.
st he i
i-o-na stomach tablets are sold
the Harper house pharmacy and
g druggists everywhere at oO
Hudson &. Collins ..
Ii! & Ehleo
Illinois Printing Co.
E. Kramer & Son ...
10.00 1 were by unanimous vote appointed
5. CO . and confirmed for the respective
2 C6term3: Hon. William Jackson and F. ! 1
17.i5C. Ienkmann for
25.00 'liam H. Dart and Cut
.3-! years; and E. . JicKown for one
am Jackson and I..-thre-
tto Huber, for two l,
McKown for one ; I
Commissioner Rudgren submitted a
ents a large box, and are guaran- j E. S. Mct abe &, Co.
'ecd to cure all stomach distress or 1 m. Mc-Oonochie
0.00 j ordinance amending the ordinance re-.
l.CO'lating to ferries, increasing the f ee ' 11
14.05, for license from $100 per year to J3o0, j j
trill mnt'ii.1 it a i -! m 6 il '. f u r-rt ri a : r. r . 1 f
tion. Carried by unanfrnous vote. j f5
it. lit j
Le us estimate on the
cost of your building and
hop 312 Twenty -fourth
Street, Jhone Wfctt 693.
Commissioner Rudgren moved th