Colorado Beet Sugar
Over 35 per cent cheaper than maple
and considered by some to equal it
Hamill Co., Wholesale Distributors,
Jas. McINamara Sons
Atlas Portland Cement
Louisville and Utlca Cement, Lima
Hair, Stucco, Mortar Coior*.
Acme Cement Plaster
Sevrer Pipe. Drain Tile. Gutie
Pipe, Fire Brick, ^lre Clay Flu«
Lining, Chimney Pipe, etc.
426 and 42S Job: on Stmet,
fresh Dry Batteries.
of all kinds.
Gas Burners and
King Plumbing Co.
Just received a fresh line
of LOWNEY'S famous
chocolates, in 1-2, 1 and 2
lbs pkgs.—also bulk.
Head the list for Quality, fine
flavor and rich
Acknowledged to be (he finest finished and most
economical hard coal stove ever made. Giv
ing the largest amount of heat for the
quantity of luel consumed.
Quick in Action and Always Under Perfect Control
The Cleanest, Safest, Most Economical
and Best Base Burner.-
ECONOMY IS WEALTH
BUY THE BEST
Democrats of Clark County Did
Turn Out Well to Hear Hon.
mu- Morris Shepherd at Kaho
ka, on Satruday Night.
To be Held Monday Evening at Which
Time Hon. A. M. Brewster, of
"K:--:?- St. Joseph Will Ad
dress the Voters.
Lew Gwynne spent the first of the
week in Kansas City, taking in the
County Collector P. I. Wllsey has
purchased the Oppy residence in
south part of town
The city council is revising the
city ordinances and will soon publish
them in book form. !ta^0 'n
Mr. and Mrs. \Y. L. Berkheimer are
building a small addition to their res
Kahoka city property is in much de
mand and many residences are chang
guests of the
'So I began with
town, has disposed of his stock of ag- I
ricultural implements and will move
It doesn't matter so much what you
hear about a thing, it's what you
know that counts. And correct knowl
edge Is most likely to come from per
"About a year ago," writes a N Y.
man." I was bothered by Indigestion,
especially furlng the forenoon. I
tried several remedies without any
"My breakfast usually consisted of
oatmeal, steak or chops, bread, coffee
and some fruit.
"Hearing so much about Grape-Nut:'
I concluded to give it a trial and find
out if all I had heard of It was true.
O 1 1
of Postum and some fruit. Before the
end of the first week I was rid of the
acidity of the stomach and felt much
'By the end of the second week all
11 traces of indigestion had disappeared
and I was ln first rate health once kuk."
,moTe. Before beginning this course ^]le
lunch, but now I can enjoy a hearty
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
DUNGAN-SGHELL FLRNITBRE CO.
R. L. Fleming was a Qulncy visitor
the first of the week.
Public sales ate gettln^'qtiile? nritnf
erous over the county, and they are
sure of a full set of candidates in the
Hon. A. W., Brewster, of St. Joseph,
will address £he voters of Clark coun
ty from a republican standpoint. in
Kahoka, Monday, October 18. Mr.
Brewster is one of the best known and
most eloquent speakers on the stump
in the state and should be accorded a
large audience. Turn out and hear
Mrs. J. C. Watson of Unionville, af
ter a several weeks' visit with Clark
county relatives, returned Saturday
to her home.
Mr. and Mrs. James McCarty left
Saturday for a several days' visit with
their sons in Moline, 111.
Several from Kahoka attended the
Bryan meeting at Han]}jbal Friday
Republicans of Clark county should
keep in mind the candidacy of Hon.
J. C. McKinley, of Unionville, for j?
United States senator. He is a resi-j'
dent of this district, and in every way
worthy of the high honor.
B. F. Duvall spent several days of
the past week with relatives in Illi
The east, bound passenger train
due here at 12:45 was about two
Saturday, much to the dis-
°f those who wished to
I Teachers of the county should keep
in mind the Clark County Teachers'
Association to be held
third money ln the 2:24 pace with
to Anache Oklahoma Ashton. had on exhibition a number of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cameron are the itheir
former's parents in
WANTED TO KNOW
The Truth About Grape-Nuts Food.
Rauscher & Son of near
flnc breed of chester whlte
hogs and took many premiums.
Hon. Morris Shepherd of Texas, a
democratic spellbinder, had a very
small audience at the opera house
Saturday night. He spoke enthus
iastically for the national platform
and the national ticket.
Dr. Musgrove and daughter of La
Bdle, were the guests of Dr. W. H.
Martin and family the latter part of
last week. The doctor is a former res
ident of Clark county and resided a
few miles west of Alexandria.
During the less than two years time
Chas. W. Yant has been prosecuting
attorney of Clark county he has par
ticipated in 95 cases, won 92 of them,
and has turned over ?700 in fines to
the county treasurer. Less than $50
has been spent for criminal costs.
GET BUSY AND
MAKE THREE DOLLARS
cream, 2 soft boiled eggs, toast, a cup Complete List ov •Articlss gram Given by Gallltzin Coun.
plete ll8t of the artlcles
meal at noon time. There a Rea- lutely "Made in Keokuk."
Creek, Mich. Read "The Road to Well- facturer.
ville," in pkgs.
Ever read the above letter?
The Daily Gate City
REMEMBER—We will set a Garland Base Burner in yonr home on 60 days Iree trial and
il at the end of that time you are not convinced that you have the best heating stove in the world we
will take it hack as cheerfully as we placed it there.
There are over 650 Garland Base Burners in satisfactory use in this city. We will set one up in your home on GO days tree trial.
VERY HARD YEAR
FOR THE CATARRH
Authority Here Predicts Much
-y fering and Gives Advice to
rmvk Relieve This Dread
Make Some up 'and Try It
way as it is Said to do the
Charles Kilkenny attended the state
fair at Sedalia last week and took
Gate City Will Pay $3 in Cash for Most| Keokuk People Took Part in the Pro-
Made in Keokuk. cil on Monday Evening.,
The Gate City Daily will give a I
prize of $3 in cash to the person who Fort Madison Democrat:
will send to their office before Satur-'bers of Gallitzin
day nlght at 8 0.cl0ck the nearest
'Made In Keo-1
jn connection with
the award is that the list must be
made up of articles that are abso-
must name the article or
and the name of the manu-
one appears from time to time. They Monday's edition of The Gate City.' readings and music. The program was
Ii are genuine, true, and full of human Name and address must accompany! as follows: ,»
1 each list. 1
SPLENDID HOME RECIPE
v- m, Work Promptly and
Here is a prescription which should
he valued by all who are subject to
rheumatism, kidney and bladder trou
bles and especially catarrh. While the
latter Is considered by most sufferers
an incurable disease, there are few
men or women who will fail to ex
perience great relief from the follow
ing simple home prescription, and if
I taken in time it should prevent an at-
during the entire sea-
Any one can mix the following: Flu
id Extract Dandelion one-half ounce.
Compound Kargon one ounce, Com
pound Syrup Sarsaparllla three ounces.
Shake well in a bottle and use ln tea
spoonful doses after ea&i meal and
again at bedtime. Get these ingredi
ents from any pharmacist whom you
know handles only pure drugs.
This prescription acts directly up
on the ellmlnatlve tissues of the kid
neys to make them filter and strain pjei,j officiatln
from the blood, the poisons that pro- taken Thursday
duce all forms of catarrhal affections.
Relief Is often felt even after the first1
few doses and It is seldom that the
sufferer ever experiences a return at-1
tack within the year.
'This prescription makes a splendid
remedy for all forms of blood disor
ders and such sympJrjms as lame back,!
bladder weaknesses and iCieumatism
pains are entirely dispelled. I
As this valuable, though simple, re-
Address—Rev. Father Troy,
Piano'solo—Miss Elsife Schroeder.
clpe comes from a thoroughly reliable spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John
source, it should be heeded by every I Gambel.
reader who suffers from catarrh.
Hies, celebrated Monday evening the
416th anniversary of the discovery of
the western hemispherp bv Christo
pher Columbus. There were about 250
people present, among them being
several from West Point, Nauvoo and
Keokuk. The event was celebrated by
all the 4,000 councils of the order ln
Lists that are not distinctly America. The celebration of the event
written will be thrown out. by the local council was a very ap
The award will be announced in propriata one, comnrlsinc addrp^sps
Cornet solo—A. P. Meyer.
Vocal solo—Miss Luclle Morrison. I'
Address—Rev. Father McDermott,
Reading—Miss Loretta Smith.
Address—Dr. Sherlock, Keokuk.
Song —"America," by the audi
Saved His Boy's Life.
"My three year olo boy was badly
constipated, bad a high fever and was
ir. an awful condition. I gave him two
doses of Foley Orino Laxative ana
the next morning the fever was gone
and he was entirely well. Foley's Ori-!
no Laxative saved his life." A. Wol
kush, Casimer, /Is. Wilkinson & Co.
and -. F. Kiedaisch & Son.
Walter N. Richardson Died There on
Sunday and Will be Brought
to Iowa For Burial.
Fort Madison Gem City: Paul Rich
ardson, of 314 Massachusetts avenue,
received a telegram saying that his
son, Walter Naylor Richardson died of
typhoid pneumonia, at 9 o'clock a. m.,
Sunday, October 11, 1908 at Rlverton,
I Deceased was born In Blackrod, Eng
land, Oct. 29, 1872. He was employed
as an electrician for the Spring River
Oil Co. and eleven months ago lost his
I wife who died ln California, her re
I mains being brought back to Iowa and
1 buried near Mt. Pleasant. He was 35
years, 11 months and 12 days old.
Deceased is survived by his father
and motLier of this icty, two brothers,
Arthur of Burlington, Paul of Keokuk
and two sisters, Mrs. P. E. Roeglln of
Argyle and Miss Martha Richardson at
The father will bring the body here
on No. 8 Wednesday afternoon and the
funeral services will be held at the
residence on arrival here, Rev. C. A.
Patented Reflector To» BaseBarner,
For Chestnut-Size Hard Coal or
The Emperor ot Anthracite
The^ body will be
morning to Mt.
Pleasant for burial by the side of his
wife's grave in Pleasant Hill cemetery.
DE8 MOINES VALLEY NEWS.
There is nice weather now, but
winter will soon be here.
Mr. and Mrs. Hough ami family
and Mrs. David O'RIeness are
proud parents of a big babv and
I Mr. O'Bleness is greeting his friends
a proud and pleasant smile.
Sunday School was postponed, S*in-
com-| Knights of Columbus, and their fam-
of eve.fyb.odx having
Josie Huston of Elvaston and Ada
Thompson from Carthage spent Sun-
day with I5thel
Is the cause of all humors, eruptionE,
boils, pimples, scrofulous sores, eczema
or salt rheum, as well as of rheunia*
tism, catarrh and other troubles. The
greatest blood remedy for all these
troubles, proved by its unequaled
rccord of cures, is
In usual liquid form or in chocolated
tablets known as Sarsatabs. 100 doses $1.
Arranged so Pipe can go In Fireplace, behind Stove, or in Chimney above.
Grate can be shaken and clinkers dumped by the same lever.
Heavy Grates and Fire-Pots, which can be replaced through the Mica and Ash-PIt Doors,
Double-Heati ng Attachment, for providing upper rooms with Hot Air.
Has no Peer or Competitor—Stands Alone as the Finest and Best on Earth.
Revolving Fire-Pot, an exclusive feature In "Garlands," effectually clearing ashes (which
prevent radiation from the upper part, and asbist the radiation of heat.
Large Base-Heating Flues, giving quick radiation.
Very Large Hot-Air Circulating-Flues, accelerating the air circulation (taking cold
from the floor and throwing It out from the top of the stove, hot.)
Double-Haatl ng Attachment for upper rooms, If desired.
Patent Screw-Drsft Register in Ash-Pit Door, absolutely sealing the bottom ofthes.ovi.
Stove perfcectly controlled by Dampers.
Easy access to Base-Flues, for cleaningout purposes.
Teakettle Attachment on all sizes.
Member Retail Merchants'
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 14.
SAMPLE SHOE SALE
Sa' from 25 to 33 1-3 per cent on
yonr fall and winter shoes.
OVER 2000 PAIRS SAMPLE SHOES
Including everything for men's, women's and children's
Prices Talk-Here are Just a Few
Men's and women's $3.50 dress shoes, sample sale $2.50
Ladies Dress shoes, $3.00 values, sample sale $2.00
$1.50. Lot of men's and women's shoes worth $2.25 $1.50
One lot misses and children's shoes, worth up to
$1.75, choice $1.00
Biggest shoe values ever offered in Keokuk—Supply
your wants in shoes NOW
S. A. MILLER
The Shoe Man.
Daily until October 31'
$34.60 to San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego.
$34.60 to Portland, Tacoma, Seattle Vancouver,
$34.60 to Spokane Wcnatcliee, Ellensburg.
Similar rates to hundreds of intermediate points.
Through tourist sleping car service from almost all Bur
lington Route Stations. Have you ever used a tourist sleeper?
I hey are thoroughly comfortable and have every convenience
of the Palace Sleeper at one-half the cost. You should take
advantage of this combination of low railroad and sleeping
Let mo give you folders telling all
about the low rates and tourist car
5 C. B. & Q. R. ft. Keokuk, la
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