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THE AKGUS, TIIUHSDAV, -OCTOHER 2.5. uxx;.
Jkf the Theater.
BOOKINGS AT THE ILLINOIS.
Oct. 2G "The Four Huntings."
Oct. 2T 'Littl- Johnny Jones."
Oct. 28 "A S:ster's Sacrifice." -
Oct. 30 "At Cosy Corners."
Nov. 4 "The Shop-Lifter."
Nov. 6 "A Thorn 'in Her Heart."
Nov. 9 "Land of Nod."
Nov. 11 "Hurr.sn Hearts."
Nov. 11 "The Umpire." Fred Mace.
Nov.' 17 Howe's Pictures.
Nov. 18 "The D;stricl Leader," Ma
Nov! 19 -Way Out Younr!er,"Adc
Nov. 20 "Wizard of Oz."
fioi-s to prove that some of t!ie:;e inci
deats so tlyveily illustrated by Lew
Doekstader mid Mclntyre and Heath
at the jr.-i n; time ami by Litko Scool
eraft ct iid I'iiiy Rice and others In.oth
:; days, really occur in real life just as
they a iv v. e.-t n:ed n t!ie s'taso. The
younj colored person v:mu'd to be a
ne -rub r of a iiiartet, a regular theatri
cal ii.nttt. He'd been told there was
a (!iaitvt at least, of singers used in
'Little Johnny Joins' and be wanted to
join 'hat juattet. He wasn't particu
lar whether tho 'quartet 'was suppose 1
to liv- made up of .vhite fellows, juiced
up. ;r born coons. All he wanted to do
presentation of "Brown of Harvard"
at the Grand, Davenport, last night,
was decidedly pleasing and there was
a fine house. Though the company
was handicapped by a late arrival from
the west due to storms delaying trains,
and Henry Woodruff, the leading man,
was prevented from appearing by ill
ness, "the play was put on without .i
ripple. William Rosell taking the part
of the star and filling rt to his credit.
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IX THE SUBURBS.
Corn husking began generally through
out this neighborhood Monday.
George Taylor and Prentice Duni
bell went to the bay .Monday.
Howard Cooper visited Saturday and
Sunday with his sister. .Mrs. Robert
Mr. and Mrs. George Crabs went to
Iowa Wednesday of last week to visit.
O. N. Phillips. Will Hutcher. ami Urn-
eron Crabs appraised the property o'J
the late Harvey Uellitt Monday.
Sam Lewis and family relumed here
from Port Angeles. Wash.. Saturday.
Mr. Lewis lias rented Miss Hmily
John and Jesse Cooper drove to Coal
Valley Saturday on business.
Mrs. Jdhn Heaber and daughter. Miss
Edith, visited Sunday with Mrs. Siod
dard in Kdgiugtoti.
About eighty of Mrs. Will Taylor
neiguliors ami friends took tlie opjMir
tunity to surprise her Friday of las
wiek, it being her birthday annivei
sary. A uumlier ot (iseiul gilts were
A n A
COHAN and HARRIS
l 'resent the Famous hMimin.ir and I;incitir Htmlrel in
l'ay ami Music by Ucofe .M. ('1i;iii.
ALL THE OLD FAVORITES
'roni Lewis, Hobby Barry, William E. Median, Lottie Medley, Adele
Rafter, Frank Montgomery, Sam J. Ryan, Jack Raffael,
C. J. Harrington, William Seymour, Stella
Tracy, Hazel- Lowry.
THE FOUR HUNTINGS.
Nov. 22 "J.rres Eoys."
Nov. 2JS!etc-or.- -U:.c:c Tom."
NOV. 2 "Mtrtti". t?-o i:f."
Nov. 2: "T.-.o Ynk.-c Coriiu!."
Nov. 26 "The Honte Geckers."
Nov. 20 "The G.-ov Go!."
Nov. 30 -T.'.c Srn-tt Get."
Wanted on the Quartet. I , ;
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jnil!.-.e. "Vii'l .Jii!!:'
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!.t -;l oiir voici
wa- a!.- inek re-
t;'ii c t ! t i 1 1 : i .-lain
it iir granie'l voiir
i-:-e rep!vs nis
l.'.itu tii" Lit 1 1 ii ii
pa 1 1 .V:ila r ,"a!if.
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" "Nil. sir. u ain't
" 'No. .-nh. 1 eaiu't
.-ill!-; thai !oW.'
'What do voii ii,, then'.
" 'I can i ihe iiiiisie.' Ii
Iii-nti!!." "I. .Hi:- .Jehnny
ti:- Ii;ii:i.is Saturdav.
woy of sound
M-l.idy. What's it
ii-r ot "
; nil nothing.'
;ot tile vet.
naive mall voice
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"A Sifter's Sacrifice." At the Uli
no s tlnater Sunday. Oct. "v Jnatinee
a:!i! r.ighr. will In- s" ii the powerful
dtania'ie .ik ci .-. "A Si.-ter's Sacri
nee. a eitan. wi;ni-siiiiif ptav witn a
strong story, thrilling situations, pa
thos winch moves th audience to
tear.--, comedy which hrings forth
shouts of laughter. These are the
quaiiricnt ions necessary to make a suc
cessful n:elodraiiia and all are to he
toi;:el in this play. The company pre-
M'l'.ti'iir the (irania is satil to lie an ex-
celit :;t otH' at:d will he hi aued hy thi
charming actress. Kthel I5ai rington.
lift pi 1 strides in !kr chosen profession
dining the pat few years have place
Ik-r in a position which commands thi
a'w rition and a liniraiioi) of the critics
who have l' en most generous in their
praise of h r work. The play will he
l aiei.-onii ly staved with special scen
ery and up-to-date effects.
A niimher from this vicinity attend
c! 1 1 1 - s-iiiiiitav sciiooi nrnvi iiiiiHi in
the Hazel Dell .Methodist church Sun
Rev. J. 11. Sniller preached at the
Pine Muff M. K. church Sunday even
-Mr. and -Mrs. Kd Reynolds are th
hanpv parents of a little son. who ar
riveil Sunday. Oct. '.
The Misses Kate anil Pearl Watson
entertained friends from Muscatint
.1. A. Soivers has been ill the past
week. Drs. Norton and Morgridge are
the attending physicians.
.mi. ami .Mrs. vv ni mpiev ami .miss
Delia Hi ading spent Sunday at tin
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ripley.
D. A. KIcist and son Kern returned
home Tuesday evening after spendin
the past week visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. I2d Drugg of Webb City.
A box supper will be given at the
Foster school Friday evening for the
1 enerir of the school library.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hrogan and
daughters Alia and Adella arrived Mon
day from Albia, Iowa, to attend the
marriage of Mrs. Urogan's sister. Miss
Kate Foster, to Frank Wright of Rock
Miss Nora Kleist returned home Mon-
dav evening after spending the past
three weeks with relatives in Webb
Saturday, Oct. 27.
M:i'oit- rtiiil Nilif.
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LITTLE JOHNNY JONES
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.M'nti;irin 1 . lli.-l l.eur.
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liiht. ".'.. .".. T.-.i-. .! I. mxs,
t'. I'hoii- wst L'.l.
Tomorrow s Offering. ,t ih lliinois
tinaur I. iinoi'iow the miisical comedy.
"The Fool lloijse." written l Harry
inui and i.'-w Hunting, will h- the at
factii'ti. in' io.!uciti'' the Four Hunt
ings and th'ir comp:iuy of funmakers.
including a hi- heauty chorus. The
play has been rewritten bv Hatty Dull
and Lew Hunting, this yar. and
brought up to date. All new scenery
and costi tiies liave In n added and
ti..- .k:;ms are funnier than ever. The
Four Huntings introduce a iiiiiiiIht of
new ;k 1 i;iiatie sunns. Miss Mollie
11:1.:. lav 11. 1.- ai.iii u new Matter's to net
lirue i-prtMie. Tonv Hunting is a.
n a:1!, it epj ssdde. mi l John Hunt
iir.;'s -oire,,'y is bett' r than ev-u-. Th
:- upp'o ling oiii'i ;:n is the I, est the
Four llmii'iigs have eer ha'. whil
the ( lioi ns is. composed of I lie pick of
Did Well Under Difficuities. Tin
Mrs. H. P. Webster was sh
Rf.ck Island Fri.lnv.
Mr. Kitrilsen and (). I.. Unitier
Taylor Ridu'e Callers Tuesday.
ddie and Sophia Mowes spent
dav in Rock Island.
Mrs. Whaky ami daughter of Peoria,
are guests at the home of W. F. Crawford.
A. F. Young has returned from his
I rip to Washington.
John Dailey and family from Pott
Hvron. have been visiting in this viciii
ii v during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. William Miller return
ed from their northern trip Wediios
Mrs. John Tint rington from Wash
ington. Iowa, is visiting with .Mrs
131 1 is Rouse.
Mrs. Robert Miller came home from
Kansas Saturday. She has been visit
ing wit h iter tat Her.
Mrs. I.,. I). Mudge spent Sunday at
the home of Cyrus Miller.
25c to SI.
25c to $1.50
Phone W. 224
school house on the evening of Friday,
Mrs. A. Thompson was quite ill thi
first of the week.
Mrs. Wilbur Mollis of Rock Island
visited over Sunday with relatives.
Mrs. Louis Ibirmeister spent Sunday
with relatives in Davenport.
Miss Nellie J laves visit-ed last week
with her sister, Mrs. Dick Roberts.
Mrs. Charles Dollarhide and litth
son Charles of Davenport visited over
Sunday with relatives.
Miss Kathryn Money of Rock Island
spent a few days tile first of the week
with her sister. Miss Maude Honey.
Mrs. Clarence Skinner of Roc k Island
visited the last of last week with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Kane.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis St rohmeier vis
ited Sunday with Mrs. St roimieier's sis
ter. Mrs. Ward linker of Kdgington.
Mrs. Harriet Wade of New Roston
spent the lirst of the week at the home
of her brother. S. A. Leenian.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee J'aker and little
son Harold of Kdgington spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Roberts.
Mrs. Sofia Ruffum departed Thurs
day for Coffeeville. Mi.-s.. wh"ie she
vill spend the winter wiih her daugh
ter, Mrs. S. Mosher.
Wounds, Bruises and Burns.
Hy applying an antiseptic dressing
to wounds, bruises, burns and like in
juries before inllammat ion sets in, they
may be healed without mat mat ion and
in about one-third the tine? required
for the old treatment. This is the
greatest discovery and ttiumpli of
modern surgiry. Chamberlain's Pain
Palm acts on this same principle. It
is an antiseptic and when applied to
such injuries, causes; them to heal
Very quickly. It also- allays the pain
and soieness and prevents any danger
of blood poisoning. Keep a bottle of
ain Halm in your home and it will
ive you time and money, not to men
tion the inconvenience and suffering
such injuries entail. For sale by all
tundjy, Oct. 2o.
Malinre nl Nili.
A Kin" . I "i-i . I i' liri (' tie- pow
erful I '"iii'-.ly I i .i ma.
A Sisters Sacrifice
Friday, Oct. 25.
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A f'bvji:. he!- e;i,.- l.:rn l ..I III., p.. t
I'r I'l.e-.. laitis .-i..-d Willi . l.ght
I'nl i'.'IumIi-. Steals et l.augli
l r: P- I T- t Pi ..!ii. i..n ..f
af Kxe-Hont T'lay.
i'r'''" Xio-iit. ..-(. 3nij m1t.
Inf.-. 1 . an.) :'. . S.-.t- .,ri .ate at
theater. I'ljuiii; ZZl wts.
-tin:) i. im: i.i;im:iis iiii;
. 4 HUNTINGS 4
XV all h for tUr ll.-ttr lim XX III llr llr-
.Mere Pn. Siiinin. Iaii. -ing. Arrohatic
(.ine dy Kver Put Into a Mu-si.-al
w. st Tl.
T."e; box, fi. I'lume
Davis & Churchill. Cir-uit Operators.
Ttirrr itrrnrjiaif4 Dnily '1'hrrr.
10c ADMISSION 10c
R-serv--il s.-iit.s, :.'ii,.; S:it urday matine I
jhilditii under li years, Gc. :
The chicken pie supper at Zuinu
Wednesday evening was not as largely
; 1 1 t iiUiI as ustiiil. but a good time was
had and $1- was taken in at the tabb
Sheldon Walker made a business
trip t Molinu Thursday.
Mrs. Nettie Harks, who has been vis
i t in tr friends in Moline. returned to
visit her sister. Mrs. Oeorge Wake last
Friday, Oct. 1!., one of the happy
events of the season took place at. tin
residence of Mr. and Mrs. William Cox
in Zuma township, it being the celebra
tion of their 25th wedding anniver
sary. Invitations had been sent out to
their . relatives and friends , who re-
siMmded to the number of 5. A fine
repast was served by the hostess after
which Hiram Cox. of East Moline,
marie a most lilting address, present
Ing the host anil hostess- with a beau
tiful tea set anil many other appropri
ate gifts. Mr. ami Mrs. Cox thanked
tho friends and congratulations fol
lowed. The friends then joined in
singing "God He With You Till We
Meet Again." Those present from out
side the community were: Mrs. Adams,
Mr. Smith and Mr. Peterson of Mo
line: Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Cox of East
Moline; Mr. and Mrs. James Cox. Mr.
and Mrs. (ins Johnson of Rapids City;
and Mrs. Mat Shafer of Port Hymn.
Kalph Heal of Kock Falls, spent Sun
day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. S. Heal.
J. II. P.ronkiuan spen Sunday in Dav-
en port. ,
There will be a box sociable at tho
BARGAIN RATE TO
California andihe Northwest
DAILY UNTIL OCT. 31 VIA ROCK
$"1.00 ,u" Uul'k lhinri to I
Angeles and Sau Frau-
ijs0.00'fn,,n ltntK Ihtnd to Portland, Taconia and Se
attle. Tickets good in Free Keclining Chair Cars or in Pullman
Tourist Sleepers on payment of berth rate.
The Kock island offers two good tourist routes to the Pa
cific coast. Daily through set v ice from Chicago and from
St. lniis, both ways.
Illustrated i'ein ist C
ir l-'.dd. r
and lull li.-t.iils
1 1.. I
F. H. PLUMMER, C. P. A.
Rock Island, III,
Dr. Martin's New System of
J5he London Building. R.ock Island, g
17i3-1715 Second Avenue. 8
Healthy Bath Rooms
Good plumbing means
good health and this com-
bined with modern sanitary
fixtures helps to keep the doctor out
of your house. "4enJtfcdHr Porcelain
Enameled plumbing fixtures make
healthy bath rooms, are sanitary and
have a beauty all their own.
If you intend making bath room im
provements, let us show you samples of
this famous ware. We paarantro pood
work, prompt service and attention no
matter how small or how large yo jr j-b.
CIIANNON H OVFFA
111 Wert Sereateeatli Street.
mi "i i: in it i n i..
I nil - luiirl Ii MiciI :iiiiI 'lliiril Viiniit'
f 11 U
L u m b e r Co.
WE WANT 500 HOMES
Co Urjr Otir IMcicK Diamond Coat,
II. K. CASTEEL,
L. U MCIXJE.
CENTRAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK.
KOCK ISLAM), IM,.
INCORPORATED UNDER STATE LAW.
liiiil Slock, JKKMMMI. Kour IVr Ont Intrrrnt I'nlil on lr.tl.
C. J. Larkin. II. D. Mack. II. jr. Cleaveland,
.1. J. LaVelle, John Schafer, Marv E. Robinson
II. E. Castecl. M. S. JIray, E. I). Sweeney, '
L. D. Mudge. II. II. Simmon. 1 1. Treinann.
TRUST DEPARTMENT. ,
HstatPH Mud pvijoity of all kinds su-r niaimcpd Uv this ilrj.a ,1 tnrnt
wliieli Im kept entirety separate from the banking business of the inn-'
pany. V e ;irt us exeetir.ir of an.1 t lust its un.lir Wills. .lniiiiil i :1 n.r
(ii.irilian Mii.l Vinerv.-ititr of ea i w. , '
vt-i-rier Hiiu Assignee or insolvent l"state n..ii.r!.l r.':,,..,,.: ,1
Residents, Women. Invalids, and others.
AR-fnt for Non-
The hottest stuff known. As hard as hard coal, lat.ts as
lony, makes less ashes, costs one third less, no dust, ho
slack and positively no clinkers. Just the thuuj for fur
naces. Splendid for grates at this time of year.
Union Ice (SL Coal Co.,
Old Phone West L91. New Phone 6171.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL,
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on De
posits. Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estato Security.
Phil MitcheM, President.
II. P. Hull, Viee Pro.ddcuL
1 Grceiiawalt, Cashier.
JFlppnn thp huslneps July 2, 1S70,
and occupies S. E. ronier of Mitolv
ell & Lynde tuilding.
R. R. Cable,
William II. Dart,
11. P. Hull,
E. W. Hunt,
II. S. Cable,
Solicitors JackHou & Hurst. S