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gVTURDAY, OCT. 3, 1908.
I Are You Going to Buiid? if So, We Can Save You Money on Your— Water Service Sewer Kitchen Sink Bath Room Fixtures Laundry Fixtures Electric Fixtures Combination Fixtures Electric Wiring Door Bell SPRINGFIELD LUMP COAU For Domestic Us* I Burners and Glassware Gas Stove Gas Fixtures Gas Piping Hot Water Heat Steam Heat We are now better prepared to fulfill your wants in anything in the Plumbing Line as we are carrying the largest stock in the city in our show room and it is never too much trouble to show our goods.,/ KING PLUMBING CO. 420-422 BL0NDE1U STREET iH+WW*44+*«+M4++++'M4+'Wm*+*t+*++HM++H*++t T'c*V\T.'- Mm Office on Levee foot of Johnson Street, Keokuk, Iowa. Telephone No. 130, $9. & b£' t-' CANALBURG COAL For Open Grates Wv -a f® K»s LOUIS t- Keokuk, la. *\*u VI1 4 J+++++++++++++*+++++++++++ For a delicious cup of coffee use our 25 ccnts per lb., always fresh DE\1ER IN HIDES, TALLOW, WOOL, AND PELTS Ollice and Warehouses, Cor. First and Main Streets READ the daily gate city FOR LIVE NEWS lHv mm $»: -*y •CfiiV.VA' Vrtyy. Wii vy« ...JS36 LEHIGH HARD COAL 1 for Base Burners. 4 '4s" Mississippi Coal & Ice Co. lit: I PIEDMONT COAL for Blacksmithing TEA CO. Both Phones 407 Main Street Telephone 2611 NEWS FROM ALL AVER THE STATE John Canavan, of Lena, la., Gets a Check For $7,026.85 For 9,896 of Corn Raised by Himself. TRYING OUT OIL ROADS Council Bluffs Is Trying to Keep Down the Dust and Improve the I Roads With Gratifying Success. the baptismal noon. a-1 On Tuesday, October 6, Roland will celebrate its first annual harvest festl val, under the auspices of the Roland Carnival club. Joe Caton, the 16-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Caton, living northeast of Iowa Falls, died as the1 result of injuries sustained by a kick. in the stomach by a vicious horse. Quite a number from Iowa Falls and vicinity are contemplating trying their lu^k in the opening up of the 800.000: acres of land in the Rosebud reserva-i tion of South Dakota by the govern-. ment. A Miss Dora Holmer, daughter of a prominent farmer of near Emmets burg, ^vas shot and killed at LaGrange, 111., by a young man whose love she scorned. After killing the young lady he shot himself. Upon the request of Administrator Simon Casady, Mrs. Phineas M. Cas ady of Des Moines was allowed $2, 500 for support the coming year, pend ing the settlement of the estate of the late Judge Casady. W. B. Spotts of Battle Creek, one of the youngest and best known grain and live stock buyers of northwest Iowa, died as a result of being thrown from a broncho which he wao riding from the Wall Lake stock yards. There was a $10,000 fire at \h'e Northwestern State's cement plant at Mason City. The Are caught in the roof of the big clay drver building: from overheated shale. The building's roof and the big conveyor were de-: stroyed. ,, The greatest revival ever saw has closed. that, Dallas People came service Sunday after-1 W. F. Conklin, former attorney of Iowa City, was found dead in bed. Coroner Donovan is investigating the cause of death. No evidence of foul nlav has been found. Heart failure is the probable cause. He was 55 years of age. I Miles Privett, for many years a blacksmith of Moulton, attempted sui c.ide by cutting his throat with a pocket knife. Privett has been sick in bed for a month, with little chance of recovery, having complications of heart trouble. George Marx and Charles Delahoyde, bartenders of the Des Moines Malt company's saloons at Marshalitown, have been indicted for nuisance. This will result in a test case of whether or not corporations are permitted to operate saloons in Iowa. I The contract for the erection of a $1,000,000. Charles E. Pickett, republican candi date for congress in tlie Third dis- The Gats City Call or write. from ten miles way, packing the M. managers of the state here. He will E. church to its utmost capacity. AI enter actively into the campaign im thousand or more of people witnessed mediately. -. George S. Forest of the Iowa Gas company of Iowa Falls, has just leased his 200 acre farm near Miles, in Probably the largest check ever is sued in Iowa fo a fr.rmer for corn I raised by himself was issued the other day to John Canavan of l,ena. He sold to the Minnesota and Iowa Ele vator company 9,896 bushels and re ceived for the same 71 cents per bush el, amounting to $',02G.S5. I Scores of witnesses are being brought to the stand in the fight be-1 tween Hugh Sullivan and Mrs. Kate I Kenney, brother and sister, for the $100,000 estate of the late John Sulli van of Prairie City. The trial of the case may end this week. The deaths of two prominent women of Rhodes occurred within a short I time of one another. Mrs. D. P. Cham-1 berlain passed away at the home of her son, George Chamberlain, and Mrs. Victim S. A. Jaroleman died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Norma Neff. NEW can n°t building for the Eldora telephone ex-' sent a $50rt bill to the treas change was let to F. X. White of El-im"r department for the "conscience dora. The price bid by Mr. White was! '""rt took the precaution to send one $4,760 The erection of the bui'.ding is I 'ia'f t'*,e to be begun immediately, and it is to the other to the New York customs be ready for occupancy by January 1. office, says a Washington special to the Herald. By action commenced in the district! Accompanying the half sent to the court, John Ivees, one of the oldest I treasury department, on a piece of pioneer citizens of Creston, will make plain note paper was the following, a legal fight to recover his homestead,' wri'ten with a typewritten: located in the west part of the city, "NEW YORK, Sept., 190S. The and the drug store which has been! product of a New England conscience conducted by him for many years. tinctured with ankee caYution. Business prospects are brighter, at the same 'time sales have fallen off heavily during the past year. The Kim ball company have kept their Great Factory employing 2,500 hands running. This means a big Out Put. They now need an outlet, hence the tremendous inducements offered below. f-r $ 'mux -x The shrewd buyer, by purchasing now and selling a few years hence may secure the use and enjoyment of the instru ment several years absolutely free of cost. *rV, Buy now! Save from 25 to 40 per cent, or over $100.00 on a $400.00 Piano. Here are some of the offers you will want tc 'im i. trict, has returned with the political In? On Hinzie Pianos" ail woods, Whitney Pianos" "Arion Pianos" Kimball Pianos" Style 12 Kimball Pianos" Style 41 "Kimball Pianos" Style 24 Kimball Pianos', Style 43 W. C. ENLOW, Local Representative, 307 Main street, Keokuk, Iowa. Jack! son county, for ?5.50 an acre, which is thought to be about a top-notch price for cash rent in the state. The farm is well improved and in a high state of cultivation. F. h. Bird, traveling for the J. E. Keating wholesale jewelry house of Chicago, while attempting to board a moving car on the Fort Dodge and Des Moines interurban for Boone, was thrown to the ground. His side was bruised, his hsyids lacerated, and his knee cap broken. Council Bluffs is making a thorough trial of oil roads. Dr. T. B. Lacey, an auto enthusiast, has had charge of oiling some of the city streets and no-.v some of the country roads approach-: in? the city are being oiled. Though there is a great deal of dust 011 the roads the oil keeps it-down. SENDS HALF BILL TO TREASURY of Take Conscience Would No Chances. YORK. Oct. 2.—Warned by his own shortcomings that, humanity always be trusted, a New 'Yoik n°te to Washington and I "Please credit the United States I-Iead Ranker Korns of the Modern with the enclosure. The other half Woodmen of the World has opened may be found in New York city, hav headquarters for the lodge in Des lr»K been addressed to the custom Moines with rooms in the Fleming! house." building. It is estimated that $5,000,-1 000 passes through the head office of Heavy. Impure blood makes a mud which Des Moines will receive about dy. pimply complexion, headaches nausea. indigestion. Thin blood makes you weak, pale, sickly. Bur dock Blood Bitters makes tne blood rich, rod, pure—restores perfect Don W. W. KIMBALL GO'S "FAMOUS KIMBALL PIANOS" 64 S ?t PILES "I have suffnred with piles for thirty-nix yoars. One year »iro lant April I began takinc Cascurets for constipation. In the courne of awcex I noticed the pilos beunn to disappear and at the end of six weeks they aid not trouble me at all. Cascarcts have done wonders forme. I am entirelycur«Mt and fool like a new man." George ivryder. Isapoloon. O- Best Tor 1 The Dowels hcipcqfreto CANDY CATHARTIC Pleasant, Palatable, Potent. Taste Good. Do Good, Never Sicken, Weakon or Gripe. 10c. 25c. 50c. Nevor sold In bulk. The pennine tablet stamped COO. Guaranteed to cure or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y* 593 ANNUAL SHE, TEN MILLION BOXES Good for Biliousness. "I took two of Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets last night, and I feel fifty per cent better than I have lor weeks."' says J. J. Firestone of Allegan, Mich. "They are certainly a fine artlc'.e for biliousness." For sale by Wilkinson & Co. Pharmacy, J. tare FACTORY SALE a Reason and Bene!it--READ Piano CHICAGO $325.00 $265.00 $375.00 $400.00 $450 00 THESE PRICES HOLD GOOD FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY. If it is a question of price, then, these prices on the Kimball Piano are the greatest value over offered. If not convenient to pay cash pay a small amount down and we will loan you the rest. Moments spent a worthy proposition may bring Years of future satisfaction. IT IS UP TO YOU. W. W. KIMBALL CO. CHICAGO $275.00 now By the Keokuk and Lee County Loan and Building Association Investigate our Monthly Re-payment Plan which enables one to own a home, make improvements or pay off an old, troublesome mortgage. Every advantage possible offered to free a home from debt. Amounts of $25.00 or any multiple thereof may be applied on loan reducing the in terest and shortening the time for the loan to mature. Our Investment Stock has many attractive features one of them is that it will pave the way towards securing a home. OFFICE NO. 14 NORTH FIFTH STREET VINCENT'S Colorado Beet Sugar Table Syrup 1 Over 35 per cent cheaper than maple and considered by some to equal it. 1-4 gal. 1-2 gal. 1 $165.00 $190.00 $210.00 ti it HOME OWNING MADE POSSIBLE 30c 50c 95c ALL RETAILERS S. Hamill Co.. Wholesale Distributors, Keokuk. Ever? Woman is liiieretiU'd and should know alKMJt the wonderful MARVEL Whirling Spray ft TIL© BOW Vuirln«l Kyrlnuc. Best—il est eonvm iont. It cleanscs tantly. ASK yocr drnptrlst for It. T? he cnunot suj»piy tno A It 1:1., a.M-i-pt no other,but Bo:i'l (orT. lllHBtratml iK.ot-wiilert. It •ull purtlc.ulnra valuable to Indies. M. *4 Eu»t&U'ect,NLU \OKlt- PAGE SEVEN if' *7 4?f ,$270.00 $290.00 $339.00 .V I ig- c- ^4 9 i'l I A n' Si 5*% investigating EDGAR A. MUELLER, Manaerer.. Jas. McNamara's Sons DEALERS IN BUILDING MATERIAL SEWER PIPE Atlas Portland Cement Louisville and Utica Cement, Lima Hair, Stucco, Mortar Cojorm. Acme Cement Plaster Bewer Pipe, Drain Tile. Gutter Pipe. Fire Brick, ^Ire Clay Flus Lining, Chimney Pipe, eta 426 and 42G Joh ~on Street, KEOKUK. IOWA LKTITIA: Gold Medal bread. Flour makes the whitest STILVIA.