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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1906.
May be made or marred by the range. The
secret of perfect cooking and baking is to uae a
JEWEL CAST RANGE
This range will save money and last a lifetime. It is built
right and it "works right." Oven is large and you can bake
on the oven rack and oven bottpm the same time because
the perfect flue system distri
butes the heat evenly. There are
no "bad spots."
The firebox is built in exact
proportion to the oven and the
castings are heavy and made
from "Kemi-test" process iron
the purest, longest lasting iron in
the world. Come and investigate.
WARNING others try to imi
ilMnfllilUl tateJawel Stoves.
C not be misled. Genuine Jewels bear
Ike trademark printed herewith. Buy
from us and you run no risk of getting
Prices From $25 Up.
A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned.
A dollar saved in the beginu'ng dues not count as murrli as TWO
DOLLARS saved in the end.
The stove that saves dollars iu fuel that saves dollars in repairs
that gives general anil eternal satisfaction, is cheaper IX THE END
than any other, no matter how low the price.
The kind that save the fuo. give a generous heat and last u life
time lull assortment of frizes aid styles from $25.00 up.
OAK STOVES AND HOT BLASTS.
Our stock includes only tluso that are luiilt right and properly
fitted. "Jewel" is the name of them. They are not the kind that are
Come in and let us explain their good features to you.
Trices from $5.75 up.
j NEVERUNS OUT I
F 5 ,u n iu
s i i V i i i w W
WHEN IT COMES TO BUYING, SELLING, OR EXCHANGING
SECOND HAND GOODS I STAND ALONE. NOW THEN THE MOST $
BEAUTIFUL PART OF MY WHOLE LIFE HAS BEEN TO KEEP
MY WORD, FOR I PLAINLY SEE IT HAS MADE ME MONEY AND &
FRIENDS. COME FEARLESSLY AND DEAL WITH ME. AL- &
THOUGH A CRANK I LOVE TO PLEASE YOU JUST THE SAME.
I ACTUALLY HAVE PEOPLE THAT TRADE IN MY STORE THAT X
uatc ft c A LI v rr -r- ii rr t n a n r ii-ri i n tni i .
3g AND SIMPLE, THERE NEVER WAS A SPOT LIKE IT, THAT CAR-
5 RIES $10,000 WORTH OF SECOND HAND GOODS. SO NOW
WHEN WE WANT ANYTHING WE WILL ALL GO DOWN TO
JONES SECOND HANDED STORES. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY
ATTENDED TO. BOTH PHONES, THE OLD AND THE YOUNG
ONE. I DON'T CARE WHETHER YOU READ THIS AD OR NOT.
I AM STILL THE MEANEST MAN IN TOWN, AND YOU CAN'T
STOP ME FROM WANTING TO BUY YOUR HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
SELL YOU HOUSEHOLD GOODS, STORE YOUR GOODS, AND 0
MAKE YOU A LOAN ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS. HOUSEHOLD 3J
GOODS SOLD ON PAYMENTS. GOODS SOLD ON COMMISSION.
SO COME AND MAKE JUST ONE LITTLE DEAL WITH ME FOR
A CONVINCER. I THANK YOU FOR READING THIS.
WILL BUY MORTGAGES AND NOTES. MAKE SMALL LOANS
ON REAL ESTATE. OPEN EVENINGS.
1 J. W. JONES, 1623 2d Ave.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
WE WANT 500 HOMES !
Uo Urjr Our UlacK Diamond Coal,
The hottest stuff known. As hard as hard coat, lasts as
long, makes less ashes, costs one-third less, no dust, no
slack and positively no clinkers. Just the thing for fur
naces. Splendid for grates at this time of year.
Union Ice (Si Coal Co.,
Old Phone West 591. New Phone 6171.
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on De
posit. Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Ileal Estate Security.
Phil Mitchell. President
H. P. Hull, Vice President.
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1870,
and occupies S. K. corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde building.
It. R. Cable,
William II. Dart,
II. P. Hull.
H. S. Cable,
Sollcltorg Jackson & Hunt.
ALL ARE TO HELP
Committee on Decorations As
sured Cooperation of the
WORK TO BE DONE -TONIGHT
Arches on Second Avenue Will Be
Placed in Position Square Dec
John V. Parker, chairman of the
committee on decorations, today called
on the business men along Second av
enue, personally, and requested that
they decorate their stores. On all sides
he was assured of the cooperation of
the merchants in this particular. This
afterpoon, undaunted by the high wind.
a band of men was put at work placing
the illuminated arches between Fifteenth
and Twentieth streets on Second av
enue. Each of these arches is to be
covered with bunting, and studded
with dozens of electric lights. These
are to be placed on each side of the
streets, and will be attached to I he
cross wires suporting the street car
trolley wire. The work will be com
pleted before the men quit tonight, and
by tomorrow morning Second avenue
will present a most attractive gala ap
pearance. Many of the stores are to
be decorated tonight, and the avenue
will undergo a marked transformation
-Markrt nuir- I'riiuNl'ormril.
Saturday evening and Sunilay a
great change was made in Market
square, and that part of the city is now
more effectively decorated than ever
before. The band stand in the center
is most artistically decorated. Thy
walls of the structure are elaborately
decorated in cross sections of corn, ar
ranged in unique designs, red and yel
low grain standing out in the back
ground of (he white ears. The upper
art of the building is covered with
hay. oats, and like materials, while the
whole is studded with pumpkins.
Over the center of the front of the
building i-s a large plow, while just
under the roof is hung a banner ex
tending the entire width of the build
ing, bearing the words
i f:ui:.Ti:R uock island.
This brought to the front the fundamen
tal idea of the movement which had re
ctntly been given such great impetus
by the organization of the Rock Island
Another inscription reads
President cf Farmers' National
Congress John M. Stahl, Chicago.
Chairman Local Executive Com
mittee T. J. Medill.
Congress Headquarters Harper
house, Second avenue and Nine
teenth street; William Payne, chair
man of reception committee.
Bureau of Information Rock Is
land house, Second avenue and Sev
enteenth street; W. C. Maucker,
chairman of bureau of information.
Convention Hall Illinois theater,
Second avenue and Sixteenth street.
Carnival and Manufacturers' Ex
hibit Rock Island rink, Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue; H. A. J.
McDonald, chairman of committee.
President of Farmers' National
COMPLIMENTS FOR THE CITY
Much Gratified by. Reception and In
terest of Rock Island in Meet
ing to Open Tomorrow.
John M. Stahl, of Chicago, president
of the Farmers' .National congress, ar
rived in the city at J o'clock today,
and is very enthusiastic over the indi
cations for the most successful meet
ing ever held by the congress. Those
accompanying Mr. Stahl from Chicago
were Colonel E. W. Wickey of Ocean
FARMERS' NATIONAL CONGRESS
'oluuniMlr of Art-lim.
Extending from the band stand as a
center is a colonnade of arches forming
a semi-circle to the two coiners of
Second avenue, adding greatly to the
effect of the street decorations. These
arches are high above the street, and
one on each side is of larger dimen
sions, to permit the passage of street
cars and teams. The upper part of
the colonnade is covered with corn
stalks and sumach, while the tinder
part will be illuminated by 2o electric
lights. The supporting pillars are to
be covered with bunting.
On I rill IliiiltlitiKM Drnl;iiiO-d.
The committee has designated th
three central buildings, the Harper
house, the Rock Island house, and the
Illinois theater, where the headquar
ters, the bureau of information, and
the convention hall, respectively, arc
established, with large signs. Each of
the three buildings has been appropri
ately decorated with bunting draped to
the signs. The Woodmen building
bears a large banner, and on many of
the buildings on Second avenue are
banners and designs with the word
Welcome" as the central piece. A
big banner extending across Sixteenth
street, visible for blocks, indicates the
oca t fon of the farmers' carnival and
manufacturers' exhibit conducted by
he Central Presbyterian church.
Tho city will have reason to be
proud of its appearauce tomorrow.
: -. :.
AUTOS TO MEET
Hon. William Payne, Chairman, Se
cures Machines for Reception
' Committee Meet Tonight.
Hon. William Payne, chairman of
the reception committee, today made
arrangements with a number of auto
mobile owners of this city, to carry
out the plan of meeting the delegate?
at the trains with automobiles. The
committee had placed at its disposal a
number of automobiles for this after
noon and evening, and others for to
morrow. The delegates began arriv
ing Saturday evening, aud a number
spent Sunilay and today in adjoining
cities with relatives and friends. A
largo number of delegates will reach
this city tonight, but the majority will
not arrive until tomorrow. Chairman
payne requests that as many as possi
ble of the members of the reception
committee, which is composed of all of
the associate delegates appointed from
this , county, be at the Harper house
this evening to welcome the delegates
who. arrive early, and that the com
mittee members gather at the head
quarters at thp Harper house tomor
row morning. "v
JOHN M. STAHL.
I'resiili'iit Farmers' Omfrress. Who Ai
liviil in tin- City Today.
Springs, Miss., chairman of the exeeu
live committee and his wife. Cleorg
M. Whitaker of IJo.ston, secrctaiy of
the congress, and James L. Cowles, a
delegate from Connecticut, and secre
tary-treasurer of the Postal Progress
league. Mrs. Stahl is expected to ar
rive (his evening.
Slnlil i Well IMc-jihi-iI.
Mr. Stahl expressed his gratification
at the manner in which Hon. William
Payne, chairman of the reception com
mittee, met him at the Rock Island
station with an automobile, and said
if first impressions were to be carried
out through the week, no question
remained as to the success of the meet
ing. When asked as to the number of
delegates he expected, he named l.noo,
and is confident there will be at least
that many in attendance.
I':im ilv n oiiitIitiirii(.
"Rock Island is all right and any
thing good you care to say about this
city, you may attribute to me, and I'll
stand for it," is the answer Mr. Stahl
gave when asked how he was impress
ed with the city.
In speaking of the delegates Mr.
Stahl expressed his pleasure at. the
character of those chosen, remarking
that even if the number iu attendance
falls below his estimate, the quality of
the delegates will more than offset the
lack in numbers.
This afternoon was devoted to re
ceiving the delegates as they arrived,
the delegates experiencing little diffi
culty in becoming acquainted.
Iletn-pit (onirit Tonight.
It was announced that Governor l)e
neeii will probably reach Rock Island
tonight, but some of the delegates are
of the opinion that he will not get here
until tomorrow morning.
omc in Sprt-inl Train.
Tomorrow morning a special train
having on board the Pennsylva
nia delegation will arrive In the city.
The .train comes from Greenville. Ta.,
the home of farmer Governor James
Sheakley of Alaska, and several of the
prominent members of the congress.
The train will bring a big delegation.
Tomorrow morning many delegates
from all parts of the country will ar
rive, and by tomorrow evening nearly
all of the isitors will have reached
Manufacturers Have Attractive
Displays at the Rink
FIRST PROGRAM IS GIVEN
Affair Under Auspices of the Central
Presbyterian Church Opens Au
The manufacturing establishments of
Rock Island are well represented in
the exhibits at the rink which is filled
with displays of every description. The
rink today presented a very neat aud
attractive appdarance. The Tyrolean
singers appeared this afternoon in
Following are those who have ex
hibits: Rock Island Stove company:
Fremont Butter Tub company; Black
Hawk Dry Battery company; Western
Milling company; Argilla Tile works;
Rock Island Public schools; East Mo
line Harvester company: D. M. Sech
ler Carriage company; Moline Wagon
company; White Lily Washer com
pany; the ladies of the Central Pres
byterian church, refreshments; Mc
Carthy & Co.; Rock Island Buggy com
puny; Rock Island Plow company;
George White Buggy company; Amer
ican Electric company; the ladies of
the Trinity Episcopal church; Artista
Piano Player company; Moline Piano
company; Peoples Power company;
Penn Oil & Supply company; Bowlby's
Music house: Standard Table OA
Cloth Works; Moline Pump company;
Kuhner engine company, ami
the Rock Island Wind Mill Improve
FOR ROCK ISLAND
Coming to Deliver Address of Welcome
Tomorrow Wife Is Improving.
Springfield. III.. Oct. S. (Special).
Dr. L. C. Taylor, the attending pliy.si-
! cian on Mrs. Deneen. said today: "The
condition of Mrs. Deneen is slightly im
proved over yesterday, but she is not
yet out of danger, as the uraemic pois-
joning still exists, and she will not be
out of danger until that condition has
disappeared, which will be several
Governor Deneen left this noon for
Chicago, and from there goes to Rock
j Island, where he will deliver an ad
i dress tomorrow before the National
Farmers' congress. He will return to
Sp ri n g fi e 1 d Wednesday.
Interurban Kills Fox.
A car on the I. & I. road ran over and
killed a fox in the bottoms several miles
south of Clinton Friday. The motor
man picked up the carcass and sold
the pelt, which was a fine one. Train
men on the road say they frequently
seo foxes aiong the I rack.
FOLDER ON THE EXCURSION
Rock Island Road Advertising Trip to
The Rock Island road has gotten out
folders to be distributed among dele
gates to the Farmers' congress callin
attention to the excursion 10 the south
west over tlio company's lines open to
delegates and to immediately follow
the sessions in this city. The space is
given mainly to the states of Kansas,
Missouri. Oklahoma, and Texas, three
of the most attractive in "the Rock Is
land States of America," as the district,
traversed by the company's lines is
termed. Tickets of delegates will be
extended upon deposit with the agent
here not later than Oct. 13 till Nov. 13.
TRAIN IN THE CITY AGAIN
Kansas Products to Be Exhibited in
This City Again Tomorrow.
The Kansas agricultural exhibit car
will return to Rock Island tomorrow
and remain in this city during the
Farmers' congress. This car exhibited
the products of the state of Kansas
last Tuesday. The train is composed
of some very interesting specimens of
agriculture which are raised in that
DEAN QUINN HAS A FALL
In Avoiding Blow from Loosened Sign,
Slips, But Escapes Injury.
Dean J. J. Quinn met a slight acci
dent this morning while passing the
Illinois theater building, and while he
slipped and fell to the sidewalk he
was not injured. A sign, part af the
decoration for the Farmers' National
congress meeting, was blown from its
fastenings, aud in at temping to dodge
the sign, Dean Quinn slipped and fell.
A MANDAMUS IS ISSUED
Supreme Court of Kansas Gives Writ
in Incubator Baby Case.
The supreme court of Kansas has is
sued a mandamus writ petitioned for
by the attorneys of Mrs. Charlotte
Bleakley, compelling Judge Smart to
hear argument on motions for a new
trial of the famous incubator baby
case which was tried here last year.
The judge, who had decided iu favor
of Mr. aud Mrs. J. G. Barclay in the
case, refused to entertain the motion.
Inaugurates a New Service.
The Rock Island road has inaugurat
ed sleeping car service from Chicago
to Mexico City by way of EI Paso
which will prove a popular arrange
ment among the tourists. This new
service will go Into effect Oct. 13.
All the news nil the time THE
A Puzzle and Prize For
Those Who Are Wise.
This week's Argus puzzle contest is on the decorations for the
Farmers' National convention. The contest will be to name the eight
best decorated stores or buildings. Following are
To the person who furnishes first the names of the eight best dec
orated buildings or store fronts for the farmers' congress, a cash prize
of $2 will be given.
To the person who first furnishes the next best list, a cash prize
of $1 will be given.
The points considered in decoration will be originality of design,
elaborateness, and artistic effect.
The contest does not include interior decorations except window
displays in connection with the outside decorations, which the contest
The contest opens Monday, Oct. 8, and closes Sunday, Oct. 14. All
replies must reach The Argus office by mail or otherwise not later than
7 o'clock Sunday morning, Oct. 14.
Answers must be placed in an envelooe and addressed Puzzle
Editor, The Argus, and also contain the full name and address of the
Use This Blank.
Rock Island, !!;.
I consider the following the eight best decorated stores or build
ings, given in the order of their merit:
Rock Island, Oct. .... lltOU.
My answer to the above questions are as follows:
Last Week's Prize Winners.
The prize winners in last week's puzzle contest were:
First prize, $2 Frieda Stelk, 1416 Thirty-first street. Rock Island.
Second prize, $1 Mrs. J. N. Glasco, 412 Nineteenth street, Rock
The correct answers to the questions are as follows:
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Among the hundreds of replies received not one was absolutely
correct, the prizes accordingly being awarded to the nearest and next
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