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Genuine sheep hide
brushes with one
short and one
Scott & O'Reilly
601 Main Street
I?--. Mnwinn Ci.„ __ T_
-Nomination papers are being
led by a number of political aspir
nts with the state secretary. Charles
Malleable 20c and 25c
"Wire lawn 40c
"Wooden lawn 40c
Welded steel .. ,45c and 55c
Keen Kutter ,75c and 85c
Square Deal Poultry Fence
3 feet, 4 feet and 5 feet
1010 Main Street
If you have not made arrange
ments for having your home wired
on the "Easy Payment Plan," do so
today. This offer ends April 15th.
Keokuk Electric Co.
800 Main Phone 7S0
JOIN THE EASTER DRESS PARADE
Let the Glasgow Tailors make your Easter Suit and
save $5 to $10—Piace your order now,
be ready for Easter.
S00 PATTERNS ONE PRICE UNION LABEL
$15 WHY PAY MORE? $15
502 Main St. Keokuk 119 Pine St. Ft. Madison
For Your Spring Garden
We carry in stock, Fre
a an vi a
King and Ferry's Seeds,
in packages, per pkg. ,5c
Yon will need a good
strong spading fork. "We
have thom at 75c and $1
Merriam's Hardware Store
A. N. Rowan
Etacceseor to L. B. Field® Aceno7
Old Line Insurance
tt N. Fifth street Phone 4ML
CR1MM1MS & CHASE
Telephone 304. 815 Main.
I wish to announce that I am a
candidate for the democratic nomina
tion for county attorney.
J. M. C. HAMILTON.
BILLIARDS AND BOWLING.
ITlOTIBg, ulOr&fC, lranster carom and pocket, with complete
lliwlll attention given to lading h!!
SALE—Billiard tables, brand
PUnoa. PJteea- Easy payments. Cigar
bell phone Red-dM. IMS MorgaiJ .1?™* Jlruf- delicatessen and soda
j£a,wJ?tIfl*ures- The Brunswick
^, !ender Co., Davenport, Iowa.
hand tables at re-
Kennedy of Montrose, republican filed his papers yesterday.'
agent, Blackhawk hotel.
We have a good assortment
of hoes. Sizes and shapes
for everybody .25c to 60c
Chicken Netting in all
sizes—1 foot to 6 feet
—Sample suit sale, Lowit*, 1-3 saved.
—No book accounts are made of
classified advertisements. Have cash
with order for this class of advertis
—A marriage license wae issued
yesterday to Albert H. Cushman and I
Ferne Strickler Hood, both of Keo-1
—Mrs. W. C. Hemphill of 722
Franklin street, has been ill for
the last few weeks. Her friends wish
her a speedy recovery
—Catalpa trees are being planted
along the right of way of the Bur
lington system and when the proper
size they will be used for railroad
ties. It Is estimated there are about
£00,000 catalpa trees growing along
the tracks of the "Q" system.
—Sample suit sale. Lowitz, 1-3 saved.
—The city council is desirous that
it be understood that the board of
equalization and review which is sit
ting in the city ball, is only consid-
THE DAILY GATE CITY AND CONSTITUTION-DEMOCRAT
—Sample suit sale, Lowita, 1-3 saved.
—General hauling and moving. W.
M. Oochran. Phone 1518.
—T^he classified advertising Is on a
cash basis. Please arrange to pay for
advertisements of this character
—Henry Ford's peace page adrer
I tisement in the Chicago Tribune cost
him better than eight hundred dol
—Subscribers who fall to receive
their paper regularly each evening
should notify the office before 6
—Sample suit sale, Lowits, 1-3 saved.
—Keokuk camp *«1. W. A. No. 622
will hold Its regular meeting tonight
at Woodman halL All members are re
quested to be present.
—Misa Augusta Erdman, who under
went an operation for appendicitis at
at. Joseph's hospital yesterday after
noon, 1B reported as doing nicely to
—Action on the letting of bids
covering the construction of a sewer
in First street and the alley In block
ten, been postponed for the pres
ent by the city council.
—C. J. Holbrook has returned to
Keokuk from Oakdale, la., where he
has been residing for the past sev
eral months. He will resume his
business duties here now.
—Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bossier and
daughter, Gladys, recently left for
Rochester, Minn., where Miss Gladys,
who has been quite 111 for some time,
will undergo an operation for goitre.
—At the meeting of Iowa presby
tery at Ottumwa. yesterday. Dr. E. B.
Newcomb of Westminster church,
was elected commissioner to the gen
eral assembly of the Presbyterian
church, which will meet in Atlantic
City, In May.
—The midweek meetings of West
minster church will be resumed this
evening. All members of the church
are Invited to the service. Those who
have recently united with the church,
and those who are expecting to unite
should all be present.
—The Knights of Columbus mem
bers of Nauvoo are arranging for the
organization of a council there in a
very Bhort time. A committee is at
present at work on the preliminary
work. There are now about fifty K.
C.'b in Nauvoo and vicinity.
—The Waterloo Evening Courier
and Dally Reporter, two of the beet
newspapers in the state which con
solidated a few years ago, is enlarg
ing its equipment facilities to meet a
growing business. The new press
will be the largest In the state with
the exception of one press In Des
Moines and one In Davenport.
—The Cedar Rapids Republican has
just announced an Increase in its ad
vertising rates. The Republican has
a circulation of approximately 9,000
net paid and the price per inch for
advertising run of paper Is 35 cents,
for full position 44 cents and for spe
cial position 47 cents. The Gate City
with a circulation practically the
same as the Republican charges 25
cents per Inch contract rate and 40
cents per incn open rate.
—Wiley Rankin, special counsel to
Attorney General Cosson, whose
death was told in The Gate City last
evening, -was a cousin of Mrs. C. J.
Holbrook of this city and was known
to many friends here as he visited
here at her home on a number of oc
casions in the past. Mr. Rankin died
suddenly at his home in Des Moines
yesterday morning of hemmorhage of
the brain. The remains were taken
to his old home in Mason City for
—E. L. Williams received his com
mission today from the National En
campment of United States War Vet
erans at St. Louis, authorizing him to
call a meeting and muster in the
local George V. Jenkins camp of
Spanish War veterans. The meeting
will be held on next Monday evening
in the superior court room. The com
pany will be mustered in, officers will
be elected, committees appointed and
plans made for the drawing up of a
constitution and by-laws.
—Earlv last week The Gate City
told of the death of L. E. Garvin, a
former resident of Keokuk, which oc
curred at Los Angeles, Calif. A
Carthage newspaper comments as
follows on Mr. Garvin's demise: L.
E. Garvin died at Los Angeles, Cali
fornia, March 30, 1916. Mr. Garvin
was a native of Hancock county, and
was born at Plymouth. June 6, 1846.
He married Erza Cannon in Febru
ary, 1870, and they were the parents
of three children, who survive. He
also leaves four daughters by a
later marriage. Mrs. C. W. Hull of
Burnside, a half-sister, also survives.
Mr. Garvin conducted a general mer
chandise store at Burnside a number
of years and afterward had dry goods
stores in LaHarpe and Carthage. He
moved from Carthage to Quincy. latar
to Keokuk and nad been in Califor
nia four years. He served in the
union army during the civil war as
a member of Co. I, 57th Illinois in
—The surveying of the drainage
district to be located along the shores
of Hancock county across from Fort
Madison, has been completed by the
engineers in the employ of the Mis
sissippi River Power company, pro-
HAVE COLORINYOUR CHEEKS
Be Better Looking—Tate
If your ekln is yell aw—complextoa
pallid—tongue coated appetite poor—
you :ic.ve a bad taste In your mouth—a
lazy, no-good feelinz—you should take
ering at the present time, taxes on
personal property and such real
estate as has not been assessed here
tofore. The assessed real estate will
not be equalised until next year.
—Divine services will be conducted
at St. Paul's Evangelical church to
night at 7:30 o'clock. The sermon
will deal with the sixth word from
the cross. The subject will be: "Das
Werk der Erloesung." Anthems,
"Gott ist Mein Erloeser" and "Der
Herr ist mein Licht." Everybody is
welcome. Cantata rehearsal at 8:30
tonight. English Lenten services will
be conducted four evenings next week
Dr. Edward Olive Tablets—a sub
for calomel—were prepared
Dr. Edwards after 17 years of study
with his patients.
Dr. Edwards* Olive Tablets are a pure
ly vegetable compound mixed with olive
oil. Tou will know them by their olive
If you want a clear, pink Skin, bright
eyes, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy
like childhood days, you must get at the
Dr. Edwards* Olive Tablets act on the
liver and bowels like calomel—yet have no
dangerous after effects.
They start the bile and overcome con
stipation. That's why millions of boxes
are sold nnnually at 10c and 25c per box.
Take one or two nightly and note the
The OUve Tablet Company. Colombo* A
Adlhr tr ftoi & Co.
Fresh from the de
signer's hands, this
smart spring model
is one of the best
Young Men's suits
shown this season.
Prices $12 to $25
We have also assembled
an exquisite selection of
Easter Hats, Shirts, Neck
wear and other Haber
Best Boys' Suits in Keo
kuk. A base ball suit free.
moters of the district, says the Fort.
Madison Gem City. Some of the fin
ishing touches were put on the sur-'
veys of the levee today. The actual!
work of installing the levee ^ill start
within a month's time or as soon as
the conditions insure against unfarv-:
orable weather. The levee will ex
tend from Bast Fort Madison to a
point near Dallas City, Engineer
Maxwell in charge of the work, was!
in the city today.
Promoter I.ove of the Lomax new!
dty hae been working among Topeka
Kan., bnsines men to «eU lots in his
dream city. A Topeka paper says
"Absolute prohibition is to be one of
the features of T^oma*. A clause in
the deeds to land from the town site
company will provide that should the
owner ever sell liquor there that the
deed may be declared void and the
property returned to the company. The
sale of liquor la said to have done
great harm to Gary, Ind.,
He expects to start this summer with
a force of ,000 workmen. A great
subway under streets and broad ave
nues 100 feet wide are a part of the
Lomax plan. Mr. Love has been re
crofting members for his plan in Kan
sas for some days. At Waverly 200
were secured at Ottawa 100 in To
peka, 30 or more. Wr. Love said that
there were now 4,998 members in the
company, owning 6,802 shares. He:
wants 50,000 however, before he will
the model- city."
J" "V 1 a.
This promises to be ah active Silk Season.
The manufacturers,? nothwithstanding the
difficulties under which they worked, have
brought out some very beautiful designs,
especially in large plaids and broad stripes,
mostly in 36 inch chiffon taffeta.
We now show a wide range of these new effects in
all the leading shades. Very small checks are also
very much in demand. A full assortment of these are
now in stock. Also all the new shades in Georgette
Crepe, Crepe Meteor, Crepe du Chine, and Chiffon
Taffeta, 36 inches wide, at $1.25, $1.35 and $1.65
If at all interested in Silks, see our assortment.
Sullivan & Auwerda
Open till 1:30 a. m.
Best oooking and service
505 Main St.
TUESDAY, APRIL 11
A Word About Silks
Waxed Paper Protects It.
Wisdom Selects It,
10c Loaf of Bread
The Economical Bread to Buy
At All Grocers
THAT GOOD BAKERY
If home study makes
your child'•** eyes ache—
and we eanrovercoane it with correctly
fltMstaam. Many of our young peo
pie today of KeoKUk and vicinity are
thankful -that we made glasses for
them 10 to 25 years
ttad the Experience"
DO YOU WANT THE BEST IN GROCERIES
Try FERNDELL Brand
Absolutely Pure and Wholesome
Tell-The-Telephone Your Order. We'll do the Rest
Fern dell Brand Groceries For Sale by
Phone 43. 706 Main Street
85c per $100
N. H. PYLE
Phone 12M 402 Btondsau