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V Is - - '. -,- I " i 1 ' ' " i 1 i PWMgM "- IZ)Aa nSCS CLAUD A1UU3-SSPTEIIDSR 23. 1S23. ""If : " BCST.O U Jary 8tp fr 1 BMCfdt to Speak Sett Waal. , . H Daalels,' secivtaiy r, stamping the middle . , jelf of the Cox-Roose-i'tl will speak in Rock i tJM erenlng of Oct. 8, t to word receired by R. jr, chairman of the Rock jBrtjf Democratic commit- faet of the meeting has not eided. ' jvriDALusiA ; ' i Carina and George oPtt of Tiid from FMday till r at the come of R. O. Thocap. -all Moore, who lives near it, spent Sunday at the home j grandmother,. Mr Suean V Borgoyne and Roy Beau sere in Taylor Ridge Tuesday Jsets. itA Huntley entertained a a of boy friends from Rock L Sunday. Leo Bemteraa, Lee , Harold Tilbury, Van Cam ind Dudley Buffum were in sup. Carlson returned home Mon ger spending a week in. Rock t on (be Jury and visiting his Iter, Mrs. Dick Richardson, fc Charles Burgoyne returned I Wednesday evening after lag two weeks at the home of Jaugbter, Mrs. Guy Wait of r. nr. r. Frank Houser of Davenport ieliver a lecture at the town I Friday evening. Subject, Keys to Hell." The proceeds at the benefit of .the Baptist n. l and Mrs. John Krantz and I Mr. and Mrs. Ora Hobert and Iter Jane went in their auto Kit Island and spent the day their sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dick irtson. k J. Bru baker returned Wed ij to her home at Bronaugh, I after a two weeks' visit at the i of her sister, Mrs. H. Smith, a and Mrs. Wilcher Elliott of ato Prairie took dinner Sunday la home of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Jipson. Mr. and Km. t a i w "M and Kra.-w. a. Lea- ' Walter Loaaad. ariui m. -- ly burned recently in an fMnt atthe Rock Island 8tove works, has sa rawfM trosn St. Anthonys hospital tot Ma, bom. Mr. and Mrs. John Kramer mo- wr w wxt Inland from their horn: in Greenfield, Iowa, for a Jtett wttt. Mfg. Kramer'a parents. Mr. an Mrs. J. D. Swisher. ll luorimm street. , ' Mrs. Eaaie Siemoa of 130 E3ev- enth street, one of the 18 delegates representing uaagnters of Voter- am sat. dm, km, Cetnsmlssiew AnUssrlaes Transfer ef Aaron Una T Bo On-. OctL liet Railroad company for 1757,000. ons from the atota of ntinots ttf01 wiU oonanmMated Ue national eneammnant in. dianapolU last week, returned home last night. Mrs. Slemon apent aev eral daya following the meeting visiting relative. . too uvea GcomiD 13 EEQUmED TO i iBDI.Y UEJYU3SV 8oringfietd, ML, Sept. 2. Au thority- was given the ; Anrora, Plainfieid A Jollet railway today. by the state public nUilties commia- aion to sell its electric intern roan line to the Aurora, Plainfieid A Jo- f. A ilo I canair ncrtxxs "Tbe Jaek-Uto Maa." m Kanar fc Mskt to "La L Ai tw Dxacer. Bddte PMo la 'Tat TaniaV Ep. Ho. . Oct. 1, the buying concern assume ail accounts payable and debts of the selling company. Salina, Kan. Plans that "Snv- der," the trained elephant which ran amuck here and waa killed, be given ar "decent burial" for senti mental reasons, got ai far as reck oning with the prospective grave diggers. Figures famished by a local excavating - contractor ; who said the grave would necessarily be about the size of an average bouse basement, only deeper, were declared by the circus owners to be prohibitive. The body of "Sny der" was thereupon disposed of ton a commercial basis. PARTLY DEAF 1J TEARS TREATED BY DR. COFFEE A. Hogsted, 31 Sixteenth ave nue, said that he had suffered with catarrh and partial deafness for about fifteen years and it ruin ed his health, his stomach and bronchial tubes suffeffred constant ly Dr. Coffee's treatment gave him complete relief, restored his hear ing, relieved the head noises. He &ay8 he heartily recommends Dr. Coffee's treatment. Dr. Coffee Is in his offices in the First National Bldg., Davenport, Iowa, every Sat urday, Monday and Tuesday, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Read an arti cle in ' another part of this paper today about him. (Adv.) NOTICE. Dr. James F. Myers has removed his office from Moline to room No. 405 Safety building. Rock Island. Office' hours, 10 to 12 a. m. and 2:30 to 6 and 7 to 8 v. m. PROPERTY HOLDERS' NOTICE. General No. 525. Notice is hereby' given to all per son interested that the board of lo cal improvement! of the city of Rock Island, UU has filed in the county court of Rock Island county, a certificate of the coat of the im provement entitled in aaid court. "In repetition of the city of Rock Island. 111., to assess the coat of the paving with aaphaltic concrete of Thirty-second street from Four teenth to Eighteenth avenue and Sixteenth and Seventeenth avennes from Thirty-second to Thirty-third streets, snd said certificate also shows the court costs, the amount of accrued interest; and the total amount of said assessment, and said certificate also states that the said improvement conforms sub stantially to the requirements of the original ordinance for the con struction of same, aa required by law, and that final hearing on said certificate will be had on the ninth day of October, A. D. 1920, at the hoar of 9 o'clock a. m., or as soon thereafter as the business of the court will permit" All persons de siring may file objections in said court before said day and may ap pear on the bearing and make their defense. Dated at Rock Island, 111., this 24th day of September, M D. 1920. H. M. SCHRIVER. M. T. RUDGRGN. FRANK WICH. JOHN MURRIN. . WILLIAM FITZSIMMONS, Board of Local Improvements of the City of Rock Island, 111. Cook Back to Too." Daatan." Till I 'Hidden : Sept. 30 TiadledT WiaC. Bartta Taata DaaBportv Oct. 3-t JS1 OWa If laatMla. Oct. tM wuiimm warms m Clothe." , Oct. 10 Maude Faltoa is "1 suae J(ird." VACDxrnxB. - (Davenport) Cahnabte Theatre Chance of bill twio Joliet, 111., Sept. 29. Christian P. Sorg, 57, city commissioner of Jo liet, and prominent in state Repub lican politics, died suddenly of heart disease last night (MoliBfl -Falar Theatre A (boa- that proaiise to be a win off from start to finish open Thursday matinee. Jack Wyatt aad hi Scotch Ids and Iamiee interpret a Wt of Dundee entertainment. The company of 10 sound the pipea. tap and drums, danw the Hi Aland Flint;, and sinf their own folk aonfs. A piano is Just what the player makes nf it Nad Korworth is oositiTe that its real purpose is comedy and therefore, he proceeds to demonstrate just how a piano may be made to be a comedian. Be man- ami, tn nortra all kinds of writy. laree, tvtriMum Ktraisrht comedy and travesty. Mr. Norworth is a popular composer. His best known popular eonra are 'Poppies,'' "Witch Habel" and "Pals." , "Pretty Sort" to the title of. the new vehicle with which Cato 8. Keith Com pany are presentinf. It is a comedy sketch out of the ocdinary. Other Orpheum acts on the bill are Debell 4 Waters, in "Wait A Minute": Doyle 4 Elaine. Two Southern Ladies; Fred Q Daisy Rial, in "A Rinc Flirta tion" and the usual late kanosrams. VlbLA nils Umgtmi tka BwKal at Peoria last 2aek and Is getting aloag fin attar is efaration. Will Chambers departed Tuaaoay for a visit with Us son to New York. Mrs. Addle Johnston arrived here last waak altar a week'a visit with her daughter to Galesbnrg. Mrs. George Heston returned Sat urday evening after a visit with relatives at Peoria. Ray Fersoa of Chicago was too guest hut week of Ms mother and brother. Lee aad wife. Jantea Terkey and John Edgar were business callers in Rock Is land Friday. Homer Terrey departed Sunday evening for Chicago alter, a two weeks vacation with bis parents. Mr. aad Mrs. Will Terrey. F. L. Ashenhurst was a Galesburg visitor Thursday. Charles Spicer of Davenport spent the week end with relatives here.' '.' Miss Jennie Smith spent last week with her sister, Mrs. George Broamer in Moline. Mr. and Mrs. Will Huntley of Galesburg spent Friday night with relative nere. Dr. Robert McLaughlin of Clyde, Kan., spent several daya last week at the home his old friends, Mr. and Mrs. John Baxter. " Mrs. John Graham spent Tuesday with her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Clifford, in Galesburg. Frank Fmssnacht left for Rock, Island Monday morning where he has accepted a position in a barber shop. His wife and daugnter will go later in the week. Mrs. Will Stancliff was hostess to the Lluncheon club at her home Friday afternoon. The afternoon was spent socially. Dainty refresh ments were served. Miss Dorothy Russell of New Windsor spent- Saturday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Russell. Mrs. Retta Spicer, who has been i the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Fritch, went to Aledo Satur day evefltos to vWt her sister, Mrs. Harry Morgan. , Mlis laota Rabston of Woodhall speat the week end with her par ents here. Mrs. S. M. Hughes of Gelesberg arrived Wednesday evening for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Will Mr. aad Mrs. Fay Longtoy are. the happy parents of a baby hoy bora Tuesday. Sept. IXr - . Mrs. Will Brown went to Peoria on Tuesday where ahe would enter St. Frances hospital for aa opera tion. ''She was accompanied by her brother-in-law, Jack Brown. A. Wlnstein was a business eal ler to Moline Tuesday. C. J. Winn and wife returned-to their home in Champaign last week after a visit with relatives here Frank Spicer of Dodge City, Kan., arrived Friday evening for a visit with relatives and friends here. Mrs. Bemtce Terrey of Motme spent the week end with R. E. Terrey and family. Harry Gardner of Davenport was a week esd guest of his sister, Miss Edith. Mrs. V. A. McClaoahan aad niece, Mrs. Joe Stubbs and A. G. Frakes were Galesburg visitors Thursday. Arthur Aires of East Moline spent the week end with his parents here. A number of young people enjoy ed a dancing party at the Chessley building on Friday evening. The affair-waa a courtesy to Miss Lu- efla Fsssnarht who Is to leave for her new house to Rock Ulead. Music waa furnished by -Fisher's The W. C. T. V. will giva.sa ea st the M. B. church oa inf. Oct L Warder and Allen Rob- tnsoa went to MX Pleasant, Iowa, FrlOw to bring home a team Mr. Warder had purchased. Miss Laura Hopkins of Kakoma spent the week end at the home of her father here. Mrs. F. L Stevens went to Galva spent the week ! rUsMtaih, tta I with reUdves V". A nCKU GUILTY. ft-1 Philadelphia, Sept 21 Mrs Emma Bergdall and her tour co defendanta vrere fomad gaOty of. conspiracy to aid two of her sons, G rover aad Enrto, evade the draft rmcrr jabs. Fruit Jars, all sises, all you want, at the Kash-Karry Grocery. SOVIETS TAKE 5JC0LAIEFF. London, Sept. 29. (United Press) A Moscow wireless today aaid so viet forces have taken Nicolaieff, a railroad junction, 150 miles east of Lembers. DO I Am 1 1 j y akiiie . My s Medicine Now! ' ffesl M Sterage to. (Not Incorporated) MERCHANDISE & AUTO STORAGE B. F. RALSTON, Mgr. 429 Second ' Street, , Rock Island Phone B. L 184 CRESCENT V wt IHETDGHESTiTiUJITSOM There newer has bees a saballtnte for Crackers aad there never win be a substitute for TOM THTJKBS Dainty, thin, crisp, flavory in red tins or 20c cartons. KARH ... 'fvAr liOOKior l ITMOB) f this I LS Hv VCa-a-LW "Crescent A Star"' on Goods Above Par My announcement last Monday started the n i ii ii : r i :r Aam, " 1Jd.ll a ruilillg iJi luwci pi itca aim auuii cvciy q clothier in the tri-cities will be offering reduc- Q best values here, because I have q always invited comparison. I D want you to look around and sat- n ir i r i y 1 -Ui. " i isfy yourself before you buy. I know what p ' your decision will be. AH I ask is the q nnnnrfnnirv tn shlnw von the fine woolens r-i mammmmmmmammmmB? xJJx nvaa,e aw w aV j v ' j I show and get my prices. Your judgment is good enough for p me. It is up to you. After I get your order, it is up to me. p j Compare These Suit and 0'Coat Prices: i Tailor made all wool suits With extra pair pants $35 $50 Tailor made all wool suits . . . . With extra pair pants $40 $28 $34 CCQ CA Tailor made VtJs7.au a11 wnnl suits $39.50 With extra pair pants $49.50 , $64.50 Sat,... $44.50 i With extra pair pants $54.50 Winter Underwear 12 now $1.60 $3.50 now $2.80 $2.50 now $2 $4.00 now $3.20 $3 now $2.40 $5.00 now $4.00 CAQ all TirnnT Birifa 3 With extra pair pants $59.50 CTO'ltn Tailor made 6C1 94 wool suitg ........ . With extra pair pants $62.50 (fl7Q Tailor made " v0 all wool suits With extra pair pants $68 CQ9TLtn Tailor made PO6e3U all wool suif- ' With extra pair pants, $72.50 i $54 $58 v - Wool Sweaters $10 values now $8.00 $12 values now . ... . . .$9.60 $15 values n5w $12.00. All Hats ireduced All Hosiery Reduced All Shirts reduced All Neckwear reduced Overcoats Sacrificed Too! Tom Hae ge In tho 1800 Block Rock Island, 111. a n b n nn n nnnD.o . ocnono d nnqanan Furniture Values You Can't Pass By You won't want to pass these furniture values at Shallene's not if you are the least bit interested in securing new furnishings at surprisingly low prices. Here you will find the newest ideas revealed in high grade furniture offered at low prices that will as- . tound you. Whether you want just one piece or whether you want many, you will find ' entire satisfaction at Shallene's both as to quality and price. Your Liberty bonds are good at face value. Pesiarclir Ei$k Orel Rtift It heats, it cooks, bakes with one fire. It's quicker; it's far better, it's far more eco nomical. Oven always ready for perfect bak ing. No stooping, as oven is shoulder high. Let us show you this wonderful range. Price only $70.00 Late &k t! EmsiW ati Peiisdir Regs Gnat as ae ibbss ,tse e( asiwisf ym thaw sad ef explata iag to jom their r- aae Rugs That Speak Their Ovm WorlJi in Patterns and Quality which yea rH rsest nize as bci ofi eteat ' to cat! tie the RtTcraid sad Peain salar rsages to jmu coasMeratioa. for seaaoar'a Bate perfectly with if. a Good Jndgavsat ai Klaatiac rags is aroaomy. Btery see kaowr that Ihs tees taM ia this aloes are the fee esalHr- Oar stocks eahssas raty sis, wears aaJ ester. A choice ia the sew pattens that permits a satisfactory aelerttoa. ' j Special atteatiea is dfawtad to the sew AsBtsjef WlrrtaH rasa. Tlhey wfchstead. tkt hareeat wear. Their heaaty wtos yoar admiratiaa, hat their etoahilitr earaa yaor nspext aad juslins psur eoaMeass ia WaaV taa eeaBto aad WafttaD BUYING AT SHALLENE'S MEANS A GOOD DEAL New Location: 1323-22-24 Sdi ave on the loop.