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fCAfSE Boys OUTFfT TEW
307—317 Main Street
Is the Cleanest,
You Can Buy
Phone 96 17 So. 7th
Special Demonstration of
Fireless Cooking Gas Range
Having secured the exclusive agency for the famous Chambers Fireless Cooking
Gas Range, Mr. Orebaugh, the factory representative, has consented to conduct a prac
tical demonstration of this wonderful household convenience.
Th eChambers is, in the first place, a complete gas range of the very highest qual
vity, the very best the market affords.
The Chambers is, in eatures are built right into it. These features axe not attach
ments simply. They are a part of the range, always ready to do their work without ex
tra (thought, care or attention.
The Chambers Fireless
Cooking GAS RANGE
Will save 3 out of every 5 cents Ycu Pay for Gas and 3
Out of every Five Minutes You Spend in the Kithen.
Of course you want to know how it can be done, so we invite—yes urge you to at
tend this demonstration.
The Chambers Cooks, Roasts, Broils, Bakes, Boils or Stews. It does them all bet
ter than the most expensive gas stove and the most expensive Fireless Cooker, and
without any inconvenience. Remember the dates, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday.
YOU CAN'T BUY A
Than C- W. EWERS'
which sells for 5c at all leading
places. Try it and see the dif
C. W. EWERS
The Gate City and
l&ii Ttiiiri~i liiit Wi
They're mighty fine
Ft»on* Black T417.
'-tfcttwrtlae-ta The Gate City,
Open till 1:30 a. m.
Best cooking and service
Just a few Imported Percber
on and Belgians, and they V®
good, also Imported Belgla®
MaT«s. All will be priced to
J. R. JUSTICE
Belt phone No. 237.
Union Hotel. Gslesburfl, III
THE DAILY GATE CITY
GOOD CLOTHES FOR STURDY BOYS iipitll
This is boys week at Weil's—because there is no school «uid while the boysjjre is .a ttae to
bring them here and fit them out with the best boys' clothing that is made. "•!,*' 'v
If that boy of yours rips seams and tears holes in what he wears, get him a Weil suit the next time. He 11 Prob
ably rip them and tear them too, but it will take him a great deal longer to accomplish the task than it would if he
was wearing any other kind of clothes. The men who design Weil Clothes for boys are young men and they know
just what boys require. They put service and style"and quality into their products. Come see for yourself.
BASE BALL SUITS FREE with purchases of $5.00 or more in our Boys' Department
S a a a a
In the spring of the year our
•wise old forefathers drank sas
safras tea for the blood. Guess
they knew -wfcat was good for
We have the olean, fresh
South Carolina hark.
5 & 10c Package
85c per $100
N. H. PYLE
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE.
Picnic and Ashing parties wanting
prompt and reliable service, phone or
see us. Careful driven*.
THE OVERTON INSURANCE AGENCY
LARGE OLD LUVE COMPANIES
1 pint ...... ... ,50o
1 quart 900
*6 gallon $1.73
Cooteaiux Olive OH is
an absolutely pure, high
grad$» imported oiL
Scott & O'Reilly
600 Main Street
BILLIARDS AND BOWUNG.
FOR SALE—BiLllard tables, brand
new, carom and pocket, with complete
outfit, $115 second hand tables at re
duced prices. Easy payments. Clear
store, drug, delicatessen and soda
fountain fixtures. The Brunswick
Balke-Collender Co., Davenport, Iowa.
I. C. Sanders, agent, Blackhawk hotel.
I wish to announce that I am a
candidate for the democratic nomina
tion for county attorney.
J. M. C. HAMILTON.
WM. SCHABFTBR. COAX. CO.
Phone 883 1111 Main
—According to the Fort Madison
Democrat, Curtis M. Hart will not
make the race for county clerk at the
iprimary. The Democrat says: In a
communication to The Democrat yes
terday, Curtis M. Hart of Keokuk an
nounces his withdrawal as a candidate
for the democratic nomination for
clerk of the courts of Lee county.
—The last issue of the Nauvoo Inde
pendent contains the following notice
of the "Booze" sermon delivered at
—Glaser, the tinner, for guttering,
spouting and tin work of all kinds.
—Experienced dressmakers. Mrs.
Coleman, 314 Concert. Phone B-12B.
i—All but one span of the Keokuk
and Hamilton bridge has been replac
ed with new steel.
—Keokuk school children are enjoy
ing a week's respite from school work.
School closed last Friday and this
•f* week will be 'vacation week.
—TVe engineer's flag—a brand new
one—was hoisted over the Keokuk
lock yesterday and will fly there
throughout the season.
—Now la the time to hare your
tin work, guttering and spouting
looked over. Let Glaser do it. 21
—-The big fire truck at Fort Madison
skidded into a ditch Saturday after
noon in answering an alarm there. The
machine was not injured although it
took about an hour to get it out of
—It is understood that W. N. South
will be the democratic candidate for
alerk of the district court In place of
C. M. Hart who has announced his
—Jtoads in this vicinity outside of
the hard roads along either side of the
lake are not in good shape at this time,
autoists report. On some of the roads I
the bottom seems to have dropped out.
—On Thursday of this week thr
Southeastern Towa Teacher's asso#t
I tion of which William Aldrich, superin-1
tendent of public schools of Keokuk,
Is president, convenes in Oskaloosa.
The session will be attended by a large
number of teachers from here, accord
lng to their plans now.
—Masonic regular meeting of Eagle
Lodge No. 12 A. F. A. M. Tuesday,
evening, Airil 4, 7:30. Visiting broth-j
ers cordially invited, by order of the
\f Alvtn Kraft
Nauvoo last Wednesday by Dr. Sco
vllle: Dr. Charles Reign Scoville, tho
evangelist who is holding meeting in
Keokuk, delivered his famous sermon
on "Booze" at the Nauvoo opera house
last Wednesday afternoon. The hall
was crowded with people who came to
hear him, many coming in from the
country. This was the first time that
Dr. Scoville ever consented to deliver
tiMs sermon outside of his own taber
nacle. He surely a great talker,
having a wonderful flow of words and
delivery. The sermon bristled with
telling points and good humor and he erected the building now occupied by
k«pt the audience very much interest- the T,illanl Grocery company, and en
ed. They surely were entertained,
jand jpobabiy convinced, as when the
'^audience was dismissed all who were
in favor of the town goin* dry were
asked to stand up and the audience
seemed to be almost unanimous. Mrs.
Scoville and Edward Laubersheimer
sang. They have splendid voices.
This was a highly appreciated feature
of th* meeting,
—A meeting of tho veterans of the
Spanish-American war will be held in
the superior court room in the city
hall, tonight at 7:30 o'clock. If there
is enough interest here for such a
thing, a local chaptcr of the United
Spanish War Veterans will be organ
ized. All veterans of Keokuk and vl
cinity are requested to be at the meet
—The Civics Committee of the Powa
State Federation of Women's Clubs,
of which Mrs. George W. Darling, of
\Tarshalltown, is chairman, has ar
ranged for a state wide clear, up and
paint up week, beginning April 24
Tfie. governor of Iowa has given his
seal of approval and the Civic com
mlttee requests that all cities and
villages observe the week of April 21
for a state wide clean up week. The
state fire marshal has sent a letter
to all fire chiefs requesting them to
co-operate with the state civics com
mittee. Dr. Sumner, of the State
Board of Health, will giv«» valuable a»
slstance in promoting the movement.
'Every individual in Iowa should bo
active In the Clean-Up, Paint-Un Tam
paign during the week of April r»
—About one out of every four girls
at the State University of Iowa has
flat feet. Figures of the athletic di
rector show this condition to prevail.
Out of 477 co-eds recently examined
108 had flat feet. The sudden shift in
shoe fashions is blamed for -the flat
feet. Feet are getting more attention
a& the university. Every girl hereafter
on entering the university will under
go. as a part of her physical examina
tion. the taking of "footprints" on
paper sprinkled with tannic powder.
The eet are first washed in ferric
chloride, then the impression is made
on the clean sheet of paper. Next
the paper is powdered over with the
tannic, and the print of the feet comes
out clearly. All the ailments of the
feet are then easy to detect and a
record can be made of remedial treat
—The Canton News of Canton, Mo..
has the following obituary of a former
resident of Keokuk: William O. Dan
iels was born In Canada, September
(27, 1828. He went to Keokuk, Iowa,
in his boyhood. His parents died, when
was quite young. From Keokuk ho
went to Warsaw, 111., where he was
married to Sarah J. Death, Mny 4. I
3854, to whifh union s«ven children
were born—Mrs. Carrie G. Stow. Kate
Dannie, H&rry, Arthur. William and
Walter, the last two dyins in infancy.
The other children died in later years,
except Mrs. Carrie G. Stow, of Can
ton with whom lie lived and at whose
residence he died on March 2S. His
wife died March 4. 1881, and on .Tunc
21, 1883. he was married to Mary E
Pledge, who di»d July 24, 1911. From
Warsaw he went back to Keokuli.
Iowa, and entered fhe dry goods busi
ness for several years. He then mov
ed to Canton. Mo., In 1866, and he and
his father-in-law, James Death, en
gaged in the grocery business, which
he continued for many years. He
gaged in the pork packing business
extensively. He was a man who al
ways abhorred and avoided debts. Mr.
Daniels dealt with scrupulous honesty
with bts fellowmen. His business
record will be recalled by to any of oar
older citizens. TTie funeral was con
ducted Thursday at the home of his
tenghter, Mrt. Robt. Stow, by Pr$s.
34, Todd. Burial at FstraaC OHnik
MONDAY, APRIL 3,191J
SULLIVAN & AUWERDA
|l Women who have seen
garments know that
the styles are both re
fined and dependable.
In our advanoe exhibit the
models shown van the eqaai
in style to the beat of
hibited in fhe fashion
Right no*r ve are sharoag
mid-eeason models that
SULLIVAN & AUWERDA
FERNDELL CANNED GOODS
Red Kidney Be*
BUY CANNED QOOOS BY THE DOZEN.
Fruits P»na Apple
Ripe Olives Jams Cheasa
copied later in the season bp
Sorely yon •will -want to see
these new mid-season models
this week. Every day
wait entts down the timet and
likewise takes off something of
the enjoyment of wearing the
new etjdes iAil* th*y«a»oaiw.
FOR SALE—The above House with two beautiful lots fully equipped for
chicken raising, 8 blocks from Rand park on Boulevard, for quick sale
$1,300.00, $300.00 down and balance monthly. .See E. C. BROWNLEE.
is a handicap in
life—We can ex
amine your eyes
and make Glass
es to give you
Oreen String Beans
GET our price#.
E S A I S E 1 8 5 6
One of tke largest Wholesale Dry Goads, Notfoa
Undsrwaar and Hosiery Houses in the Middle Wwt.
Manufacturerers of Indian Head Dress Shirts, Wont
Shirts. Overalls, etc.
Sols Agent for "Tom Boy" Hot.ery.
New York Prices Duplicated.
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