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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, 1900.
to Cover county
Farmers' Carnival in October Will
Be Wtl Advertised
LISTS ARE NEARLY READY
Ladies Committee Meeting Almost Dai
ly Prizes to be Given fcr Exhib
its of Home Products.
The committee in charge of the ai
rauKrmeuts for O.e Farmers' carnival
r.nd n:annfucturcrs exhibit to In? jrivcu
during the muslins of the Fai:ntr:s N'.t
tional Congress is making raj.i l pro
pres. mid next wtvk thf work cf
i jircadtng broadcast throimhout th'
caunty the advertising matter will !
taken up. The premium list an'i prn
; ram i:j mr.v h.-iu prir.ied, and when
completed a copy will he nt to every
farmer in the county. Wlti the pre,
miurj book will be unt a Iarj;- poster
to be placd in a ct.nt-p'cuuu.s position
cn tht country roadh. Uy tkis syte:r.
End the io.stei"s to be placed in the
citfc. the carnival will be well adver
tised. InlrrrX, llir Knrnirrx.
The plans for the carnival have inter
ested a h'.rRc number of the farmers,
and many have assured the committee
that they will provide the products
necessary for the proper decorations to
be placed at the rink building, where
the exhibition will be held. The ladies j
committee is meeting almost dnily and
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MISS MAKIE.LEITHNEU, SOPRANO YOD1.ER AT
it has been decided to have an exhibi
tion of home products in connectiou
with tjio other exhibits. Premiums
will be awarded for the best exhibits
of needle work, cookinpr. and other
home products. The- details for this
exhibit have not been completed.
The Tyrolean singers, who have been
engaged for the week, will be one of
the big attractions.
Quincy Chamber cf Commerce
Invites Conference in That
City Jan. 20
fO FORM LEAGUE OF CITIES
Object the Advancement of Interests
of Central Mississippi Valley;
Rock Island Is In.
The invitation tor Ilock Island to
join the movement to form an organi
zation of cities of the upper Mississippi
valley to be known as the Central Mis
sissippi Valley league has been receiv
ed. It comes from the Chamber of
Commerce of Quincy, the orig n of the
idea havins been the subject of cx-
ended reference in a recent issue of
The Arsits. The text of the letter,
A-hich will he vp for consideration be
fore the Hock Island Club and Retail
.Merchants' association, is as follows:
"We hereby respectfully propose an
association of the principal cities of
he eetitial Mississippi vailey, to bu
fentntively styk-d the Central Missis
sippi Valley league. J
"The object of the league is to more
fully and systematically exploit the re
sources and the manufacturing, advan
tages of the central Mississippi valley
than is possible by cities acting indi
vidually. Somr InlrrcnllHic Km-t.
"For example, the compilation and
dissemination of t;tich facts as these:
Illinois, Missouri,. Iowa, Michigan, Wis
consin, Minnesota and Indiana fceven
states have now 145,000 manufactur
ing establishments, or 27 per cent ef
all in the United States. These estab
lishments employ over a million per
sons who annually earn S.jSS.oOfl.Ortn,
or 21 per cent of all wages paid in the
United States, axid $l,U2,(Hi(t,0i)O cap
ital is invested in these establish
ments. The same seven states pro
duce o'2 per cent of all the agricultural
products nf the nation and contain 15
per cent of the population of the Unit
"Especially is it desirable to better
inform the cast, where :u many fac
tories are considering the idea of locat
ing in this part of the country. Col
lective effe.rt in bringing them would
In no w.se interfere with competition
by cities to locate tiio'ii.
"The league might naturally expect
valuable aid from the public press and
railway commissioners and perhaps,
mere or less donations from public
spirited citizens in behalf of the move
ment. "Very much of the 'league's work
might be carried on by the various
secietaries ot the coni.uercial bodies,
by the exehanga of reports ami the
secretaries taking turns at statistical
"For the purpose of orgini.ing the
league, a convention is hereby called
to meet at Quincy, 1H , Jan. 20, 10u7,
Ur ID o'clc;k a. 1:1. Each commercial
organization will be entitled to oiw
Kendall, E. Rutledge. Georgie S., and
Isaac Staples. The Emily went north.
Only very slight changes In the M'ss
;sipji wi'l occur between Dubuque
St. Paul 14 ;. :.l
Red Wing 14 4.9 0.0
Reeds Landing ..12 4.S 0.0
La Crosse 12 5.9 0.0
Prairie du Chien.lS 7.1 0 o
Dubuque 18 7.1 0.1
Le Claire 10 4.U :0.1
Rock Island 15 5.G :0.2
D. Mevues Rapids S 2.8 0.1
Keokuk 15 4.S 0.1
St. Louis 30 9.0 0.1
Memphis 2: 9.2 0.5
New Oi leans K G.O :0.2
light. Chge. fall.
CHILD IS BURNED
Little Dau2hter of Dr. Andreen
Meet Shocking Oaath
IS SECOND BEREAVEMENT
J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster
III V Eli RIP LETS.
The stago of water was 0:55 at 0 a.
m.; and G.C5 at neon.
Boats denvn were the Emily, R. O.
Notice of Increase of Cdoitat Stock of
Black Hawk Clay Mfg, Co.
Public notice is hereby yiven that
at a special meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Rlack Hawk Clay Mfg. Cti..
held at the office of said company at
Scar.1", III., on the 2Nth day of August,
190i", the capital stock of said com
pany was increased from $ o,000 to
Jioo.ooo by the affirmative vote
more' HiHii two-thirds of the stock
Tite additional stock- is vted to
issued from time to time by order
directors of said company.
1 J LACK HAWK CLAY MFC. C.O..
Hy M. Rothschild, President
Ed Merger, Secretary.
news, all the time THE
B.by is Carried by Faiher to St. An
thony's Hospital, Where Death
Fatal burns received while playlir;
with matches at the l:o:i:e thi morning
about 0::;o was the terrible fate of
Margaret Hilda Dorothy Andreen, ."
year old daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jus
tav Andreen, thits distressing uccident
making the second bereavement which
has come into the home within a fe w
months. The little girl wan a pretlv
and lovable child and the grief-stricken
family have the sympathy of the entire
The little girl was playing with
matches at the home upstairs, and her
mother upon In aring her crii s went to
the room where she was playing and
found h r clothing in llann h. Mrs.
Andreen s.noUiercd the Hamcs with a
towel, but not before they had done
their deadly work.
Dr. Andreen carried tlx child to St.
Anthony's hospital, but hi r entire body
was burned to such an extent that
death reunited at l:'"o o'clock this af
ternoon. She? was born June 2G, 19'.1,
and is survived by her parents, two
brothers, Paul and Custav, and two
sisters, Marian and Esther.
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TIIKSE Diagram Cuts make very plain some of
the advantages in the Favorite Base Burner as
compared with others. Notice how the heat is dis
tributed through the flues in the bottom it all comes
to the front through the s;ele bottom flues and then pass
es back through the center flue; this equally distributes
the heat over the bottom. The sides of the flues and
ash pit each being in one piece, make the entire sides
from the top of the ash pit to the leg base radiating
surface. See the hollow projecting pockets in the bot
tom to which the flue strips are attached; these in con
nection with the deep pocket around the outer edge
of this bottom greatly increases the radiating surface
and the strength of the bottom. Notice the strength
of the check draft register at the rear of the ash box,
it is also made so the pan cannot shut it off, and is lo
cated where it cannot burn out and bind from heat.
See how clean the stove is made around the top of the
ash pan and how the ash chutes project over the pan
and how substantial the grate rests are made.
This cut also Illustrates the surface to which the ash
pit door Is fitted which Is finished with milling machinery,
and the door Is fitted with planing machinery, which Is the
most perfect process known for fitting surfaces. No other
stove Is made with these features named.
Here's The Difference
ORDINARY DOUBLE FLUE, AND FAVORITE TRIPLE
FLUE BASE BURNER COMPARED.
These two Diagrams show Two Different Kinds of Two-Flue Construe
Hon, as Made In Other Base Burners.
This ntyle of flue construction is made
In most base burners. There are but four
surfaces to the back flues radiating heat
directly into the room. One corner of
back and one side of bottom where heat
first rasses, are heated much hotter than
the othor parts, the hent not being; equally
distributed to the flues, and the circulat
ing flues are also supplied will air from
the heated space under the leg base.
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nJtlu e g flu ejgr
In this the radiating: surface to center
of bottom near the floor is last. All the
hat from the remaining; surface in bot
tom de not circulate over (he floor,
much of it be ins? drawn up throush circu
lating" flue in center of tmttotn. making
a poor floor heater. One corner of back
and one side of bottom where heat fisist
panes are heated much hotter than other
parts, the heat not being; equally distri
buted over boMom and back. In this ftue
comstmftion there are four direct radiat
ing surfaces to the back flues.
THE &SEW WAY
THREE-FLUE CONSTRUCTION MADE IN
THE FAVORITE FIRST GRADE SERIES.
In this flue construction
there are nine ?ur faces to
the fcac.k flues radiating beat,
giving much larger fine ca
pacity; the heat passes down
Ixjth hack corner Hues,
around both sides of tlie- bot
tom at the outer surfaces r.rs 1
then through middle ef 1ki
tom and out center flue- in
rear, being equally flistrilni
ted over the entire back ntnl
bottom. This three-flue con
struction is much lr.oie e
pensive to make than two
flues, but far superior t;i
radiating surface and heating capacity. We use the two-flue co -struetion
in our cheaper lines of base burners. The circ-iiltt i;-.
flues in the Favorite are not supplied with heat from under tli
leg base as in other stoves but with air from above leg base.
40 Per Cent. Increase Assured from the Same Amount of Coat
by Using the Favorite Flrst-Clcss Base Burnsr.
The Favorite Base Burner guaranteed to have more radiating surface than any other stove with fire pots the same diameter at the top. The depth of a fire pot and diameter of the grate surface arc of a'
much importance in the size as the diameter at the top. The measurement of the top of a fire pot does not indicate the size of a stove, but only the measurements to which it refers. The size of the cxlrc:n
bottom, nil the Hues, ash pit, space around the grate and grate surface conld all be contracted in the Favorite in width and depth over two inches each way, and the fire pot kept the
size at the top. We warrant the Favorite to heat more space with less coal than any other steve with fire pots the same size at the top. Compare the quality of the castings with others, the perfect fitting of tb
doors, mica frames and all the joints through the stove, together with the finish and the superiority of workmanship, unequalled in any other stove and you will then commence to appreciate some of the reasons wh:
Favorite B-"- Burners arc so sunerior to rM ethers. JWherever one is scH. it results in the sale of othT-:-
Autumn Display YpX Y(T) C TL7 ) CP Fall Showings of
Of High Class J'Lj J Cs ft V j () J New and Beacutifvil
RAigs and Curtains 324 - 326 - 32s brady street, davenport, iowa. Fvirniture.