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gUNDAY, MARCH 24,1912,
We w*nt house* and rooms of all kinds for renting purposes. We have
numerous oalls every day.
We Want Money to Loan
on good Keokuk real estate. If you have money to loan, we can place It for
you at a good rate of Interest.
We write the GERMAN ALLIANCE INSURANCE Incorporated for $22,
000,000, went through the San Francisco and Huston, Texas, fires and is
one of the strongest companies in the world. We also write the QUEEN,
Incorporated for $12,000,000 and the NEWARK, that Is over a hundred
years old. If you are in the market for insurance, see us, as we have a
speclaf man for this line.
2 One Bloek to Grand Avenue
Three nice building lots, corner Eleventh and Sey
mour streets. These are nice high lots*
One lot 50x50 on Leighton street, sewer alley. A,:
One nice building lot corner Fifth and Fulton, 37
x75 feet. $1350.
One full lot between Fifth and Sixth on Fulton. A
nice place to build.
One lot 50x100, Fifth and
Two at 21 and Des Moines
One at 22 and Des Moines
Real Estate and Insurance
Agent Oliver Typewriters. 400^ Main Street
The RIGHT ROAD To REAL ESTATE
WGHT-VW Concerning real estate mat
ters, come to see us. We do
everything An a real estate way,
and we d» ft right. We buy,
sell or rentt We've got a long
11st of satisfied patrons, and we
would be glad to refer you to
any of them. Come in and see
what tfrms we've got^and what
we can do flor YOU. 1
Inquiries are now coming fast from prospective buyers. Would
appreciate it very much fop the opportunity of trying to sell your
property, no matter what It Is. (Vacant lots, reriWences 'either large
or small, farms and soforth) Make.the price right and I will find
you a buyer. Come in and see what I now hav^ to offer, some real
good bargains to tell you about. See
E.l. Aldrich, The Real Estate Man
Room 1, Estes Bldg. Both phones.
1IT i» German Count. I of the new Gterman hospital, address
i-vufJ? Press Leased Wire Service.]-! the Goethe memorial association at
CHICAGO, March 23, Count
•ohann Von Bernstorff, German am
bassador to the United States, arriv
here today for a three-day. visit,
finorrow he will lay the corner stone
Now Is The Time
List your offerings with us* We need more
building lots, houses, etc., and real estate will
soon be moving at its best.
Specials For Today Are
$3,600 for a well equipped house on North Thirteenth. New street and
Curb, corner, 50x85 ft. Well worth the money asked.
45x100 ft on South Ninth near Timea. Very good home site at $560.
Part cash and balance in payments will get small home on Timea, near
Twelfth. Price reasonable at $1,350.
Baker Real Estate Co.
Phone 143-R Woolley Bldg.
One lot 50x140, cement
walks, sewer in alley,
on Pal e& $800
Two lots, 14 and Palean,
40x100, each $500
One lot, 14 and Palean,
Will H. Rollosson
the auditorium and in the evening he
will he the guest of honor at a ban
quet at the Cfcirmania club.
... .vj.-i j''
BENEATH THE SOIL
OF FREE AMERICA
(Continued from page 1.)
ing love,1' a white rose, "symbolic of
purity," and a small American flag,
'•"for patriotism" in each grave. The
final prayers were read by Chaplain
Out from the dripping shadows slow
ly moved a company of. marines. The
clear tones of the band rang forth in
the solemn strains of "Nearer My God
to Thee" and the three sharp volleys
I—the tribute of heroes
across the graves of the
met their death in the
THE DAILY GATE CITY
A hush that lasted fully a minutes (Continued from page 1.)
swept the big crowd. Tllen, presi
dent, diplomats, dignitaries and sol-
ter of the Maine," sorrowing for an'
"'unknown" brother, turned
a long, last. look.
Back in the city flags were half
masted after a funeral more impos
I ing than any since the martyred Pres
ident Garfield waa borne away. All
Washington paid tribute. The depart
rnents were closed. Congress halted
its work. Traffic was stopped. Bells
tolled as the cortege wound its way
along Pennsylvania avenue, and bared
heads of a multiude that lined the
thoroughfare, silent in their homage.!
paid eloquent tribute. The proces-!
Ision first passed slowly to the beat of
muffled drums and funeral marches
I from the cruiser Birmingham to the
navy department. There were as-1
semhled 20,000 people who heard'
President Taft pay brief but eloquent
tribute to the dead heroes and poig
jiiant memories voiced by Chaplain
Chidwick, former chaplain of the
"These our honored dead were hurl
ed Into eternity without tlia inspira-
With Your Help We'll Make Her Grow
We wish to list property ranging in price from $800 to
$2000, as we have a large amount of buyers wanting this
class of property. We also have lots of buyers wanting lots
and homes in West Keokuk.
Crow & Alston
Real Estate Exchange
18 North Fifth Street Bell Phone 712 Red
pen of a battleship, without even the President spoke the last reverent
glory of battle. The marines stepped I
back, and from the long hills away kooroed out.
in the shadows, came the dull, muf- Then the Maine unknown dead
fled roar of a battery, firing the 2ljwere carried on their last journey to
guns of the national salute for the I Arlington.
second time. The last expression of'
a nation's srief— the melancholy, Tl1VA-w TTATJiyrnw V'A'¥^
notes of "Taps"—then sounded from -Xl/xivlTHJlN
the grove of evergreens. I
diers turned away, the dull lumbering' 'jac afternoon. He was
of the returning caissons came^'ven
through the drizzling rain. Out from both cities.
the shadows crept a squad of blue-
overalled grave diggers, with spades Alaskan Coal.
under their arms. As the last of thel FOND DL LAC, 'Wis,., March 23.
caissons rolled from view the last|Governor Woodrow Wilson addressed
automobile carried away the last dig-lan au(ilence 1.000 this afternoon.
nltary, the dull sound of the red clay|**e
clods falling on the pine boxes heat Itack,('
wer^oii dutv when' tTov^pni rt' °Urred .at
Milwaukee tonight and one at Fond
enthusiastic reception in
-.V ••••". •-*. "'"'v
Maxwell & Tumelty
Insurance & Real Estate 12 North Sixth St
We offer for sale a few more of those beautiful boule
vard lots of Rayburn & Conklin's Addition at a price of
$300.00 for a full fifty foot lot. This is a rare opportunity
to secure a very desirable building lot at a moderate figure
and we predict that these lots will be worth double the
price asked in another year.
If you are in the marketfor a home or building site, see
our list before buying,' or if you have property to sell, list
it with us for best results.^-
BELL PHONE 222 BLACK
I We Are Offering
a seven-room, modern dwelling on a 90x140 foot
lot for $4,250.00 the lot alone is Avorth the
A six-room dwelling with two full lots, making
100x140 foot plat, of ground for $1,800.00 also
several other dwellings at reasonable prices.
Bargains in land in Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Minne
sota and the Dakotas, and Colorado Irrigated orchards,
the best and safest of MONEY MAKERS.
Baldridge Engineering and Realty Go.
well to the fore in that long list of I
naval heroes, whose steadfastness!
and courage have given the American
navy the high position it occupies in
Massed in front of the president
cabinet, foreign diplomats,
men who' senators and plain people were the
reminders of the dead. As the
national salute of 21 guns
FEUD STILL ON
'party, asserting that it had for years I Brother
the last tatto. I party, asserting max. naa iOr years Brother officers quickly arrested
As the first clods fell, the "little sis-lbeeT1
eerted tbat many of its
back for''jecn priests of the doctrine of era! unsuccessful attempts to gaiu en
tion of anticipated battle or hope fori that city, last night. The lynching oc-Dr. Latham A. Crandall, the mostl.
were on duty when they went down arrested a negro woman for an of- died at his homo here todav. was
O N E 9 8 8
City Drag Store
700 Main Keokuk
ing that tiie prisoner lie released. This
was refused. There was further ar
gument with the officer as he proceed-
_.0 ed toward the jail. Reaching a rather ,, ...
received. He at- unfrequented street the negro drew a 'urnished room, with bath
republican revolver and shot the officer down,
and as-1 Hunter and he was placed in jail. At
had midniaht a mob stormed the jail. Soy-
retrogression. trance were made before finally
The Taft administration he charac-jthe aid of timbers the iron barred
terized as»*» and vacillating and I doors were battered down and the ne-
that there werejgro dragged out and lynched.
pointed to the fact.
thousands of tons of coal piled on
Alaskan wharfs, which could not be! Reached Agreement. I Phone 1269-Black
utilized by the people because the rUnited Press leased Wire Service 11
administration had not yet decided, CONSTANTINOPLE, March 2:1.— It1 FOR KENT—First class furnished1
what policy in regard to the Alaskan ^-as officially announced today that' room, modern. Two blocks from!
.best further its ownjan agreement regarding the status of! Sixth and Main. Phone I02G-Red.
interests. Persia has been reached between Rus
FOR RENT—Three furnished rooms
'for light housekeeping. 321 South
sia and Turkey.
Voters, Take Warning!
[United Press Lpased Wire Service.]
SAYORSVILLE, Kv .March 23.—
Shot Policeman Down and Got Quick Quarrelling over iolitics, Chas. May,
Justice When Mob Broke Wm. P. May, 27, and their cousin,
f&t Into Jail. Uarry Ra.vbourne, IS, engaged in a
fight in which the Mays were killed
[United Press Leased Wire Service.l
they wore the uniform of our beloved fense and was on his way to the jail 89 years of age and had been preach- Orleans
country and tliey are to be classed with her when Hunter interfered, ask- ing for more than half a century
Raybourne fatally stabbed.
DALLAS, Texas, March 24 (Sun-!
day)—George Hunter, a negro who) Old Preacher Dead.
shot a policeman at Fort Smith, Ark., I BINGHAMTON, N. March 23
was caught by a mob and lynched in Rev. J. M. Crandall, father of Rev. I
negro woman for an of- aiea at bis none here todav. He was! W
Special Property for Sale
The Warner property, corner Second and Blondeau. new nine room
house, garage, good streets and sidewalks, will rent for $40.00 per month,
a fine building proposition, good river, view, This property worth the money
if sold within next 10 days.
A five room cottage near Tenth and Fulton, lot 35x140, electric lights,
hot and cold water, garage, cement walks and good streets. This is one of
the best bargains on the north side at $2,350.
A good piece of property, 5-room house near the park, one block from
Grand avenue, lot 50x140, furnace, gas, all new street and guttering Im
provements. Price $2,850.
Choice lots on north side near Tenth and Lelghton, ranging in price
from $7.50 to $17.50.
The Paul Richardson home at Sixteenth and High, seven-room house,
nice corner lot, gas and city water, good cistern with filter, cement cellar
and walks, good barn and out buildings, $3,700.
We have numerous other properties for sale consisting of city property,
lots and acreage. List your property with us.
.saves years of apprenticeshin.
itions waiting in city or countrv
FOR RENT—Two rooms for
housekeeping. 912 Concert.
and gas. 1216 Fulton.
F0 EN1 or
The Want Column
WANTED. FOR SALE.
WANTED—Girls and women steady FOR SAiLE—Two houses on one lot,
work and good pay. Apply at Irwin-1 one four rooms, one five rooms, on
Phillips Co. garment factories at Keo- north side. A bargain. Must sell them
kuk and Hamilton, 111. iin next five days at $1350.00. Only
takes $550 cash. Crow and Alston, 18
WANTED—Old postage stamps. Cash
WANTED—Housekeeper. Apply to J.
H. Farrell, 720 South Ninth street.
WANTED—A good second hand ward
robe. Apply 913 High street.
I WANTED—A girl for general house
work. Apply 820 North Ninth St.
WANTED—Two unfurnished rooms
by April 10. Telephone 1371-Red.
WANTED—Men to learn the barber
trade. Here is an offer that includes
tools with tuition. A method that
Nortll Pitth 8treet
paid. What have you? Address
"Stamps" care Gate City. ,FOR SALE—Stover, horse power, al
most new. cheap if sold soon. Ed.
WIA.NTHJD—Lace curtains to clean. Atterberg, Montrose, Iowa, route 4.
I Work guaranteed satisfactory. 1220
black, Bell phone.
Write Moler Barb^1 College, St Louis,
WANTED—Salesmen in Iowa with
selling experience and selling record
need apply. Good salary to the right
man. References and qualification in
first letter. National Importing Co.,
rooms for light housekeeping.
dress this office.
room for rent, modern conveniences
FOR SALE—Fine property in Hamil
ton, 150 by 150 feet, corner lot.
Best business location in Hamilton.
On street car line, one-half block from
postoffice. Well improved except
corner lot which is vacant. Pine shade
and trees. Cement walks. Good
house, barn aijd out buildings. This
property will be sold together, or cor
ner lot will be sold alone. Enquire of
Dt. E. M. Hanson, 404% Main street.
FOR SALE—House and two lots, al
so one two-story brick store room.
See Miller, the shoe man
PIANO for sale cheap.
'WANTED—Position by energetic, am-1 FOR SALE—Rebuilt typewriters. Will
liitious young man 23 rears of I rent allowing rent to apply on pur
ape, two years college education chase. Collier Stationery Co.
callable and willing to undertake any
thing. Address "Position," Gate Citv. LOST.
black, nell phone.
FOR RENT April 1. 10 room house.
See Miller, the shoo man.
FOR RENT—Two unfurnished rooms,!
gas, bath, north side. Close in.
FOR RENT—l-arge furnished room,
half block from car line, near board
ing liotJse room overlooks Rand park.
SO.i North Fourteenth street.
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms for
housekeeping, wijh bath and gas.
Phone 254-Black, Iowa.
morning. I. Carr noted Baptist minister in Minneapolis, FOR RENT—Furnished room. Inquire'malt, ale and porter. Kecley Brewing
-v. .*:,' .•aiffiHI!
FOR SALE—1 single horse wagon,
harness and horse. Apply 1210 Ful
established territory to carry our water, cement cellar. Apply 710
line of post cards. Only men wltli
SALE—A five room cottage~Cit
FOR SALE—A 7-room house, 1023
Timea St. Enquire of Peterson
FOR SALE—Large brick house on
Blondeau street, between Sixth and
Twelfth, J. A..Roberts, 2S North
WANTED—The ladies to know that
I am still taking orders for dress
soods, made to measure tailored suits Fifth.
rind long coats, notwithstanding re-1
]«orts to the contrary. My guaranteed SECOND hand organ for sale at your
unbreakable corsets are the latest] price. See Ayres & Sons.
and best with front, back or side lac-1
ing. Phone 1010B, Mrs. F. M. Ander-iFOR SALE—Good productive ranches
son. in the San Luis valley, Colo. In
quire B. B. W„ care Gate Citv office.
Ad-FOR SALE—Corner lot Fifth and
Clark street, four blocks south or
iMain. Fine Location. Cement walks,
front bed fruit and shade trees. Inquire on
premises. Thomas Peters, Warsaw,
LOST —Pair eye glasses, between
Tenth and Eleventh on Main street.
light Finder please return to Ludwig's shoe
store, 1004 Main, and receive reward.
PATENTS secured or fee returned.
Send sketch for free report as to
Guide-book and list of
inventions wanted, sent free. One
million dollars offered for one inven
tion. Patents advertised free. Vic
tor J. Evans & Co., 860, Washington,
A. at meal time or 812 iCo., Kansas City, Mo.
on Sundays and evenings.
Telephone GCO-Rcd. —Gate City want ads get results.
MAN, worker, to sell factory
appliance. Selfseller good salary.
Klutch Co., 417 Nasby Bldg., Toledo,
WOMEN to do plain sewing at home
for a large Philadelphia firm good
money and steadv work no canvass
ing send reply envelope for prices
paid. Universal Co., Desk A. Walnut
street, Phila., Pa
$100 MONTHLY and expenses to trav
el and distribute sample for big
manufacturer', steady work. S. Sclief
fer, Law Bldg., Chicago.
VIAVI—Non-surgtcal home treatment
Grace M. Helzer, lock box 26G, Ft
I Madison, Iowa.
FOR RENT—A room suitable for
lady or man and wife. 1104 Bank, AGENTS wanted in every town of
Iowa to take orders for our beer,