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THE APGTJS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER lrt, 1902.
CLOSE OF NAVIGATIOf
Season of 1902 on Mississippi to
Come to an End Sat
urday. BLAIR TO KEEP OH SUNNING
Year lla Been Good One, Despite
official closing of navigation
on the Mississippi will occur next Sat
tiro ay, .uv. i.i. mat is tne elate on
which the insurance companies ob
serve and one on which they take off
all insurance on steamboats and
steamboat property. The real clos
ing' of navigation occurs just when
the navigators desire it to close, but
it is probable that the only steamer
that will be runninfr in these waters
after Saturday will be the Kock Isl-and-Hurlington
packet, Helen I'.lair,
The Ulair is doing a good freight bus
iness at present. Yesterday she went
south with a large cargo of potatoes.
The lighthouse keepers on the up
per Mississippi will cease their la
bors Saturday except on portions of
the river where packets desire to run
for a few weeks 'longer. The light
house keeper on the rapids will cease
his labors for the year on the 15th.
In some respects the season has
. been a good one and in oilier respects
it has been very poor. The excursion
business was given a black eye by tht
rainy weather, and the low stage of
water affected the business of the
iJi.-imond Jo line steamers consider
ably. IxKKlnic ISuslnesa.
An old steamboat man, in speaking
of the. rafting business during th
past season, said yesterday that the
season has been a good one. "Of
course, there was some trouble while
the water was so low." he said, "but
there is no use of talking if they are
going to try and float all of the log:
from the Wisconsin and Minnesota
loresis ciown in one rait, tnere is no
river that it can be done on. Tin
rails must ie made snorter. JSetter
time can be made anil there will not
be so many break-ups as there were
this year. The time for smaller rafts
and faster time is
or two, I believe."
BtatitTKM. lAn 8 am.
La Croiwe 19
ITairte da Cnien 18
I.o Claire 10
le Moines Kapids
SL Ixul.s 30
Kansas City 81
AMERICAN HOME PUBLISHING
COMPANY NEW CONCERN
The American Home Publishing
company is the title of a new concern
with offices at lflll) Second avenue
that today tiled articles of incorpora
tion in the county recorder's office.
The capitalization stock is $2.,00 and
the business to be followed is. print
ing and publishing. The incorKra
tors are J. C. Cook, Charles 1!. (Joble,
David If. Moran and Merritt Uoble.
The shares are $10 each and Mr. Cook
has subscribed for !).V) of them,
Charles II. (loble for .'JOO, M. Coble for
9.10 and Mr. Moran for 050. Mr. Moran
is president of the concern. Merritt
Coble vice president, Charles I!. Coble
treasurer, and Mr. Cook secretary
and general manager.
NUMBER OF STRIKERS TO
RETURN TO WORK TOMORROW
The strike of the employes of the
Union Kleetric '.telephone & Tele
' graph company remained in full force
today, but there is a sentiment. de:
veloping among the men to abide hj
the terms the company has laid down
and return to work pending the arbi
tration of the points at issue.- A num
ber have signified an intention to re
port for duty tomorrow morning.
The strikers- will hold a meeting at
Turner hall this evening, when action
will probably be taken.
I). It. Henderson's Library,
Fayette, la., Nov. 13. The new D.
B. Henderson library of "the TTpper
Iowa university has been formally
opened. Speaker Henderson delivered
the dedicatory address.
K".'ar under GERMAN LAWS,
Is Excellent for
Rheumatism, Backache, etc.
DR. RICHTER'S World-Renowned
Non. genuine without Trade Bart larlmr."II
One weu-icoown ntmon'i letter out of many;
Brooklyn. IWlfarkJmy 30 !.
I have found yourAHCHOR
PAIN EXPELLER to baa most
valuable remedy for Rheu
mat ism. Colds and various
Yours very trul
mmm ami at mutt
25c and fiOc at all druggists or tnrougn
r. A(J.EIchtfrCo.,21l Pearl St., Hew lor
38 HIGHEST AYA8DS
V Rrcom mrnried by prominent fhjf-
r r, iV mcians, yvnotrnxie ana tceiau jfri v
Stoves at Wilcher's.
Zazaro, 5 cent cigar.
For insurance, E. J. Burns.
Buy a home of Reidy Bros.
For tin work. II. T. Siemon.
Union made shoes at Battles.
Homes for sale. A. Bush & Co.
Plenty of wild ducks at l'assig
For real estate and insurance, E.
Bismarck herring at Pas-
Dr. Heed's $5
gents at Adams',
Saratoga chips at
cushion shoes for
AdaniH has the Queen Quality $3
shoes. Try theni
A rubber stamp at 10 cents per line
Kock Island Seal & Rubber Stamp
nen you taiK about values you
snouia see wnat .uanis is giving lor
Cleaning, pressing, repairing and
dicing. New l'anitorium Club, 1009
l ou want reliable shoes, then to
Aoams vou should go, for he carries,
what you want.
National seal, $1. delivered in 10
hours time. Bock Island Seal & Hub-
be r Stamp works.
Plenty of river and lake fish at Hess
Bros, tomorrow. 'Phone orders giv
en prompt attention
Did you see the $3.50 ladies shoe
Adams is selling? Height of fashion.
To see same is to buy,
The Thirty club gives the first
dance in its winter series at Indus
tral hall this evening.
Gentlemen should see Adams $:i.50.
$4 anil $5 eolt skin shoes. You get a
new pair if they crack.
If you desire a rubber stamp, call at
the Hock Island Seal & Bubber Stamp
works. JDU'T Fifth avenue
Dr. I. B. Knnis, physician and sur
geon, also cancer ana sKin specialist
Office, 303 '3 Twentieth street.
1 he Htirlmglon has put a new
sleeper. the Ori.ba. on the run be
tween the tri-cities and St. Louis.
Heady money. Do you need any
See our ad on paire 7. Fidelity Loan
company, .Mitchell v l.ymle block
No doubt about our ability to fur
nish you money quickly and privately
Fidelity Ijoan company, 3S Mitchell &
A present with every purchase of
$1 or mer from now until after
Thanksgiving at Simon Lewis retail
Well convince you that you can
borrow money on a reasonable basis
re. Fidelity Loan company, 3S Mit
chell & Lvnde block.
Dr. Fred C. Lat'range. the well-
known expert- optician, will be at
'leuer's jewelry store again Satur
day, Nov. 15., Consultation free.
have vour eves. Get rul of vour
headache. Hate vour children's eyes
examined. Consult Dr. Lat'range at
Bleuer's jewelry store, Saturday, .Nov
have your eyes. Consult JJr. J.a-
irange, eye specialist, free of charge.
at Bleuers jewelry store, Saturday
.Nov. 15. ti lasses scientifically ad
While the Bock Island National
bank building is being remodeled the
entrance to Kmig's tailor shop and
Walker's real estate office will be on
There is a "rummage sale" on every
day in the year in The Argus want
columns, where wise ones - pick up
argains. Head them every night and
ou will be well repaid.
A dunce was given last evening at
Industrial hall by Black Hawk Court
f Honor. About sixty couples were
present and enjoyed the program to
music by Uieucr s orcnestra.
Prof. C. L. Krantz, of Augustan:
o I lege, who has been confined at St
Anthony's hospital with a nervous af
fliction, is improving rapidly, having
been discharged from the hospital.
Sousa's band has a special out of
here via the Burlington tomorrow
morning, going to Monmouth for an
afternoon matinee and thence to Bur
lington for the evening performance
Why not advertise your business in
the classified columns of The Argus?
These columns are read just as regu
larly as any other part of the paper.
A word to us by 'phone and a man
If you want anything, speak out
through The. Argus want columns
and you will get a quick response
from someone who is ready to supply
it. The cost is small, but the returns
A meeting of alumni and other stu
dents is to be held at the high school
Friday evening to organize a rooters
club for the Hock Island-Moline foot
ball game Saturday afternoon iu the
There w-ill be a meeting of the In-
terurban Primary Sunday School
Teachers' union at the First Congre
gational church, Moline, at 3: HO Sun
day afternoon. All interested in pri
mary Sunday school work are invited.
The ladies of fhe Central Presby
terian church guild are to hold their
annual Thanksgiving sale of plum
puddings, pies, cakes, etc., Wednes
day, Nov. 26, at Ftdsom's jewelry
store. The sale will begin at'9 o'clock
in the morning.
Andrew Davis, an employe of the
Hotel Harms, while running beside a
passenger train on First avenue at
noon today to pass a letter aboard.
tripped and fell, cutting a gash under 1
Coventor Ren f row
mjm: "I have tried
many hair tonics bat
Dandttioe U th
only one that ac
cotnplUhed the re
sults I desired, t
consider it a great
discovery. It sorely
does all you claim.1
I can Mit
raJling met tad
tm mcb tbirfcr
THIS LA0V 5TARTT0 WITH A
Hiss Sarah HacComb.whoac
hair touches the floor when
she stands erect, says: "My
hair would not reach below
my waist when I commenced
ctsing Danderine, srnd it is
now over five feet in length."
(Ixk at her beaotif ul hair and
judge for yourself, whether or
not she got the worth of her
i nnfTwillbe & ven
jpijVVrl to anyone
who proves that the above
photographs and testimo
nials are not absolutely
genuine and unsolicited..
DANDERINE is absortxvl most Mepr? tlio "tc.iln and Its rror-ortlns aro solnvlRomtlnKaud strpiicthonins that It makos the
lialr prow unusually thick and Ions. When iippUM ft ti sc:ilp It U iust ns sur ti proti'ico an aliiimlaiii-i of lontr clossv hair
as a fertile soil Is to produao vwt.itlnn. JT IS W OKKlSfl H 0PEVS EVERYWHERE. We puarant.t- that oni twonl v-livr Ofiit
Tnottlo of it will do the hair more good than a calln of nnv other hair toiitfpvormadp. I!i sure vou iri't tho pi'tniine. n'idooiilv lv The
Knowlton Danderine Co. 25o. 60o. anil $1.00 per lottl. All dniceists keep Dandi-rineoVw ill order It for you if you ask them.
J E17 You cn K '"r driiBiHt an;l cet n bottlo for whii-h will no enough toeonviueo vou that it 1 the most ln lor
r 1 rav atinand thorouehly reliable hair and nenlp remedy ever made, or send this advertisement to The Knowlton I nn
rterlne "o 'hlenco, with inc. in stamps or silver to nay postaeo and wo will semi vou a lartc sample by return
mall. Tbf samples w civo are lame enough to produco bcncliciai results, In many crises bclug cuougU to cure bid casts of hair
(ailing aud start the lutlr to growing again.
For Sale by the Harper House Pharmacy.
Partly cloudy and coldt.-r
tonight; Friday,- generally
J. M. SHEKIER,
Temperature 7 a. in. Oil; at
liis left eye tliat it required several
stitches to clos.
Hereafter all ranis nf tlianks.
whifh ho ret of rt- liavo lei-ii publilietl
in the local coliimns of tin paper.
will In insert c:l in the classilieil al-
vcrtisinir or want columns on pajrc
three. The first notice so published
appears there this evenmsr miner an
appropriate lieadiiif;-. Cards of thanks
will no longer le received for publi
cation in the local column.
The Cantata of the Stars, so be giv
en in Armory hall .viouuav nignt,
17 by the Central Presbyterian guild.
is one of the prettiest and nriglilcs-i
f cantatas. The airs are all catchy
and 1 lie parts arc well taken. It is
not often one has an opportunity of
attendintr so dcliirhtftil an entertain
ment at so lit t le expense. Tickets in
clude the refreshments and are .15 and
00 cvnts. Do not fail to be there.
A new club from the membership
of the abandoned Milo and La Calci
rora organisations was organized
Tuesday evening by students of An-
gust ana college. '1 he club will be
known as "The Culture ('lub aul
will hold meetings during the winter
at which lectures by the profetsors
and papers by students will be feat
ures of the literary study. The Milo
ami l.a Calcirora clubs were athletic
in nature and were abandoned owing
to the inability to secure a leader.'
EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA
LAID UP WITH LUMBAGO
Vienna, Nov. 13. Francis .loseph is
suffering from a slight attack of lum
bago, causing the countermanding of
the usual Thursday reception.
To lie Here Stn rttay.
I take pleasure, in announcing to
the public that I have secured the
services of Dr. Fred C. LaGrange, the
expert optician, who will be at my
store for free consultation all day
Saturday, Nov. 15. Dr. Latirnnge has
successfully fitted more than 400
pairs of yes in IZock Island and cor
dially invites all his old patrons and
many new ones to call.
I personally guarantee all work. .
FIJED HLKCEU, Jeweler.
No. 1708 Second avenue.
Diphtheria relieved in twenty min
utes. Almost miraculous. Dr. Thom-
as Eclectric Oil. At any drug store.
rm fir lard fey tnv rtmr-
rm b mm Duidrine, wliirh I
4 1 4 , UMt (Mia wafc U a at i pt
My hair froaa falling out. I
on mj fourth bwtll
t4 jair hair lut mwn vrr
IikUti im Uuarik wbra
km baM bJ4 fur Iwu)r4r.''
-t Ttfhn)arv 1 knaikft a.
hotil of IndHn mnd atd it
nd I wm mn OrhrhUd with tU
mwll th I kept it up faithfully
ka mavl it arrow
awonirw ana am kaopv
lo ctatc tha J hav a thick f ro-th
BEST IN THE WORLD.
UJESSIE BARTLETT DAVIS mM k
1 iii ' r i j oh i w -
, Chicago. June 2. 1001.
'etter because I think every one who work for a result likes to
know whether it ha been accomplished. I want to tell you that
I can state positively that Danderine is absolutely auccesifuL and
the bet article of its kind on the market today I speak from a
Personal test. I was lo&itie lnv hair and had tried everything
advertised without success until four weeks ago, when 1
with Danderine. find I rm mn riflivhtecl with tlie Ktucwi
couldn't refrain from telling you m, aud I want to thank
your discovery. Siaccrely,
Jessie 'Bartlett Davis,
. OFFICIAL GUARANTEE.
To Whom Tt May Content;
THE KNOWL 'iON DANDERINE CO.. Chicago, hereby
agrees to refund thejult purchasing price ot Danderxne to anyone
any reason not ex
perience every result
claimed tor it.
TH A N KSGIVI NGiV'V
PROCLA MATI0N S3 Wa
BEST CAUNC4V rtK tJ
It's at Matter of
To all who regard clean linen as
one of the. necessities, to know
that the American laundry is
regardetl hy all goixl dressers as
the one place where laundry
work, is done to their supreme
satisfaction. We have the skill,
the expcrieiief! ami the will to do
our work, right" and will guaran
Twelfth St., Fifth Ave. Phone IS36
Clive yourself a chance to make mon
cv. Complete course In Shorthand
t'jo. Six months to learn. Costs only
a stamp to nivrsiinaie. AUdress, hi
r;nnisu oruennan. a. K.
MU Til, Mllwsakmi, Wis
44 5f y xvi fe h al ii m pi e on li e r flaee. hn t
Pho h':s bem tukintr t'ASCAUKTS and they
huvo till disiiPiM-ansL I had In-en troubled
with constlimtiim for some time, hut after tak
ing tho tlrst t'ascart I huvo hud no trouble
wilh this ailment. We eannot- sx uk too hiuiy
Of Casearets." I'ubd Waktman,
6708 Ocnnantown Ave, Philadelphia,' Pa.
ricaRiiTtt. Palatal'l-. Potont, Tiwto Ooxl, Do
Qood. Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe, 10c, i&v, Uc.
Mrrllw KrrT P"".T. Chl, atrral, mrk.
ajn Tf DIP SoM an inroittol by all drug
OU" I U'OAW gisU to VKUJi Tubacco Uabik
XI 4.1 11
V rr;i I y .
One of Chicngo's
ays: "1 cannot pre
scribe or recommend '
anything that b t
good as Dandertn
for thejbalr and
Mir ana i
SEE FREE OFFER BELOW.
Mixs May Densmore, now
the longest haired lady in the
world, says: "I have used
jroor Danderine two years and
my hair haa grown over am
inch in length every months
since I commenced its use. It
surely contains most remark
ably invigorating qualities.
(Miss Densmore writes us
under recent date that Dan
derine had made her hair grow
three feet loneer than it was
nsturally.aad isstill growing ) "T
WE ALWAYS HAVE
A large display of fresh fruits
and vegetables. Our stock of
fancy and staple groceries is as
complete as it is possible t'i
make it. Tomorrow we will
Olery. t; reen onions.
l'arsloy. Head Lettuce,
Soup Munches. Kct! l'laut.
Cauliflower. Wax lleans.
Spauisti Ou'.ou Spinach
Tokar. Malaga aud Concord Crapes
t,uiuce.s and Sweet Apples.
Kating and Cooking Apples
Poultry evrvd Fish.
Drcased Chickens. Kresh Pish
Dressed Spring Chickens
Canned Oysters. . Hulk Oysters
1620 Second Ave. Phone 1031.
The most popular $3.00 Hat
Bring your head and we can lit you.
HAHPER HOUSE BLOCK.
Yes, we make Shirts.
1 .'.?:. '.A
307 Twentieth St.
Rock Island, III.
IF YOU ARE THINKING OF VISITING
this winter send vour name and address to the aent of the
II 1 1 1 U 'M I U Is I I II w
for lxok of interest to Tourists giving full particulars of the trip
Through trains daily via the
El Paso Short Line
Also through standard and Tourist sleeping cars via Denver and the Scenic
Best Dining Car Service
Make reservations and et full particulars at 1831 Second Avenue.
Telephone 1423, or depot Fifth Avenue and Thirty-tirst, or foot of
Twentieth Street. Telephones: 10J3 or 1128.
Is what we have reached la our laun
dry work. The most modern appli
ances and machinery and skilled
workmen have placed our work far
in advance of all compel it ors. For
faultless work and prompt service
go to the
I HOCK ISLAND
Z m n n ..a
i ft 'i' i1 11 a
9 r-0sk0-P- 9 -
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
Rock Island, 111.
Incorporated under the W31 Per Cent Interest Paid
State. Law. G on Deposits
Mor.ey Loaned oa Tersonal Collateral or Keal Estate Beurity.
J. M. Buford, Tresident.
John Crubaugh, Vice Tresident.
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Bfiran the business - July 2, 1830,
and occupying' S. E. orncr of Mitch
til A Lynde'a new building.
If Yovi WeiLnt Yoir Umbrella
Repaired or recovered, you will find J. J. Maker at the Greater New -York
Loan Lank, o-'U Twentieth street, l'houe 6C3 brown. - . ..
Hot CeJke Sale
Was a Philadelpliia funer
al compared with, what is
going on at our store.
It Can't Last Long.
The Values are Almost
Too Good to Be Trie.
While the goods last,
ho.vever, they are yours.
Here is One Kid vamp,
dull top, laced, with pat
ent tip, close edge and llex
$3.00 a PaJr.
208 Brady St.
To Wall Paper Buyers
We have decided to close out the
balance of nr spring stock at a sac
rifice, and for the next 'M days you
can buy good, new Wall Papers (no
shelf worn jjoods) at 'special values
all the way from 2c per roll up. We
have a larjje force of practical paper
hangers and painters and all work
intrusted to us is given our personal
attention. Prices the lowest in the
Paridon (Si Son
417 Seventeenth St.
r ill rr . .
1814 3d Ave.
r a iii
1608 1-2 Second Avenue
(Jool work and fair
prices. All work guar
R. K. Cable, P. Greenawalt,
John Crubaugh, Phil Mitchell,
II. P. Hull, . L. Simon,
E.W. Hurst, J. M. Buford,
Kol'.citora Jaekson and Horsf.