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PAGE TWO UNIONS REPUDIATE GONPERS APPEALS Glass Blowers at Alton, Illinois, De- nounce Their Leader For Ask ing Them to Quit Re publicanism. STEEL WORKERS ANGRY Attempt to Have Them Stand •^Democratic Meeting Causes Serious Breach In the Organization. ALTON, 111., Oct. 14.—The Alton Glassblowers' union, the largest union in the American Bottle Blowerv as sociation, has repudiated interefer euce by Samuel Gompers, who ad vised the union to indorse Bryan for I resident, and summarily IpM on the table the communication from Presi dent Gompers at their business meet ing. President D. A. Hayes of the na tional organization of glassblowers is a vice president of the American Federation of Labor, and for his part in attempting to lead the glassblowers into the Bryan camp Hayes is being scored by the union men who rejected the Bryan letter of Gompers. Prominent glassblowers say their trades only salvation is a protective 'tariff, through which their high wages were fostered, and the 700 blowers at Alton are loud in expressing their re sentment of an attempt of their head officers to lead them out of the re publican party. They say that many of their union voted for Cleveland and experienced four years of trade depre ssion and six years of a cut in wages, and they denounce Hayes for consent lng to the attempt to secure the Bry an indorsement. Stell Men Quit Gampers Camp. TERRS HAUTE, Ind., Oct. 15.— Highland lodge, Amalgamated Iron and Steel Workers, by a practically unanimous vote withdrew from the central labor union because the cen tral body had decided to be sponsor for a Gompers meeting here Satur- Philip Davis was expelled as a vice president because of alleged intimacy •with the chairman of the republican county committee, as was also P.ecord Ing Secretary Ingram, but President Slemons Is actively associated with democrats and was on the committee of reception for Bryan. The result is *-*likely to be the disruption of the een r^htral body. The president of the steel workers said his organization cannot join In partisan politics, and that it also turned down an appeal from Gompers g:..~.sent from American federation head- This woman says she was saved from an operation by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Lena V. Henry, of Norristown, Ga., writes to Mrs. Pinkham: I suffered untold misery from fe male troubles. My doctor said an opera- fk» tion was the onlv chance I hid. and I dreaded it almost as much as death. "One day I read how other women tirelv cured. FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN quarters for a day arranged by the democratic na- men from now on will be a hot one. tional committee. it will be a great battle. The opposi Michael Casey, one of the steel workers' delegates to the central union, was elected vice president, but refused the office, saying it was given to him as a republican to placate re publicans. female trouble should take Lydia li about forty feet and killed. The men Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." were standing up on the back end Minnesota Men Leave Bryan. MINNESOTA, Minn., Oct. 15.—Bry an is not to receive the solid labor vote of Minnesota. Contrary to the repeated predictions and efforts of democratic labor leaders there ap pears to be a big split in the ranks of organized labor, and Taft will receive his due share of votes from the union, men. union men in Minneapolis have signed a circular letter declaring they take exception to the methods used by the Bryan element of the organizations, and many believe the labor men of the state will exercise their individual wills when voting, and will cast their ballots for the republican nominee. "We believe," said one of the men today, "that there are thousands "f labor union men in the state who will vote for Taft and the republ'can ticket. The campaign among union tion has been claiming great strength, and through the papers has tried to spread the idea that all laboring men are joining Bryan clubs. Such is not the case." Says Labor is Not Misled. WASHINGTON, D. C„ Oct. 15.— Secretary Straus of the departmcnc of commerce and labor returned today after a visit to New York, where te went to register for the November election. "Labor Is not being misled by Mr. Gompers and his coterie," said Mr. Straus, "although the laboring men recognize that they had not received from the last congress the recognition they asked for. They also recognize that the administration has done ev erything in its power for them. "In performing a solemn duty at this time in support of a political party, labor does not become partisan to a political party but partisan to a pr'n clple," declares President Gompers of the American Federation of Labor in a circular Issued today regarding la bor's attitude in the campaign. He charges that the republican party and its candidate stand for further ex tending into this country a despotic government vested in the judiciary and that the democratic party and its candidate stand for government by law vested in the people. DALLAS CITY MEN HAVE NARROW ESCAPE Jap Clark and Son Narrowly Escape Death at Hands of a Locomotive. DALLAS CITY, 111., Oct. 14.—Jap Clark and his son Leslie, draymen of this city, came very near losing their lives Monday night at the Santa Fe ,3 crossing. About midnight thev took the teams to a show- of had been cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's gates are, the team was struck by the Vegetable Compound, and I decided to I locomotive of a fast freight v-hirh I w.tb.i fir" n°W am cn Every woman suffering with any 0f the For thirty years Lydia E. fi°n5rJJnd *hen J5S.*S» contribution to the deni ocratic campaign fund. no Santa Fe depot for As they returned by the way Front street and Oak, where the *n£ Win stantly dPtadiftd from the wagon bv t*le sutlden wagon' ham's Vegetable Compound, madei T' from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, uleera-: .tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,! periodic pains, backache, that bear-1 Novelist Killed by Indians, mg-down feeling, flatulency, indices-1 SELKIRK. Man. as t0 contact, and both carried GREENSBURG, Kans.. death occurred are conflicting'" iTi« More Than Enough is Too Much. To maintain heanti, a mature man or woman needs just enough food to repair the waste and supply energy and body heat. The habitual consump tion of fhore food than Is necessary for these purposes is the prime cause of stomach troubles, rheumatism and disorders of the kidneys. If troubled L"°St,. P™m'nent Tvith indigestion, revise your diet, let reason and not appetite control and take a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will soon be all right again. For sale by Wilkinson & Co. pharmacy and J. F. Kiedaisch & Son. INVESTIGATION stato the* drove Slowly Sam so"first notlced yellPd th, t0 hls fa,her ln iinie for both escape from the rear of the wagon. The tongue of the wagon and one wheel and the axel were badly smash- ed' being investigated by mounted'police House for The region is the wildest in the far tary Loeb and several other White TO BE HELD New York Paper Endeavoring to Learn Who Got the $40,000,000 Paid for Panama Canal. NEW YORK, Oct.14.—in an efTort to demlc. iearn definitely who got the forty mil lion dollars the government paid for the Panama canal, the World today prints a Paris cable. Every source of information to identify those re ceiving the cash was obliterated as the result of an agreement between the United States and the Panama canal company. The liquidation of the company's securities, supposed to be held by an American syndicate, was concluded June 3, after four years of negotiation. The books were removed and all official record of the transaction surrendered to the gov ernment. The World investigation is law, and Chas, Taft made immense profits by dealing in Panama se curities. Saved His Boy's Life. "My three year ole boy was badly: at'her home lathis'vkinfty" constipated, had a high fever and was' ir. an awful condition. I gave him two doses of Foley's Orino Laxative and 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. I NO HOPE FOR ENTOMBED MINERS Over a Hundred Reported to Have Been Killed in Explosion and Fire at Gilesia. \TENNA. Oct. 14.—Over hundred men are reported to have been killed in an explosion and fire today in the Koenig's coal mine in Gilesia. No hope remains of saving the im prisoned miners as the fire has cut off the approaches. Six charred bodies have been recovered. It is reported two hundred men were in the mine at the time of the accident, IENNA, Oct. 14.—The rescuers are prevented from entering by flames and fumes. Crowds are gath ered pathetically at the mouth of the mine. Troops Guard Against Lynching GREENSBURG. Kans T, Oct 14.— troops are today guarding *th° :,ail t0 Prevent a possible lynching of Bitler. held on the charge of assaulting and murdering Mrs John Rosenberger, the wife of a prominent ranchman. Threats against Bitler were made as soon as the news of his capture reached here. THEODORE, JR. WILL w. crp liig-iiownieeung, natulency,indiges-' Man., Oct l-i Hudson I soon nrnveH tvioir. xney •&d»"inemor"eryou8pro8tration.iBay sports here today confirm the C.°mp'eted liy don you try it death of James Oliver Curwood. a „nv. Loeb, and Attaches For sale hv Tn Lrouble J' Sirs. Pinkham invites nil sick women to write lior for advice. She has guided thousands to Uoalth. Address, Lynn, Curwood. a nov elist at the hands of Indians of the Lac La Rouge district. Stories how „T T'cL PJ°reA,a for Pr«ident, me 0f to Go Home and Vote. WAf?HlNGT0N- 14.—Prepara- Oct. th C°mple(,fd at ui,e. j.ne House for the president, Secre-! thc| The Daily Gats City I House attaches to go home to vote. They will leave Washington the night CAN'T TRACE THE SOURCE. Cause of Epidemic at Fairfield Now Operating is not Found. FAIRFIELD, Iowa, Oct. 14— -After a thorough investigation the state board of health has been unibl, to lo cate the origin of the typhoid fever epidemic that has been raging in Fair field, although a report Just nude (o Mayor Jones declares that whatever the source of contagion it is not ow operating. The report is prepared by Dr. Henry Albert of Iowa City, ntaie bacteriologist, and discusses fu'!..' all possible beginnings of the plague. Dr. Albert makes a few suggestions for a prevention of a recurrence of the epl- SUGAR CREEK, IOWA. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Walker spent Sunday with Thomas Brammer and ^l1*' F. W. Pease. M. D. Bertha Peas M. Mr. ana Mrs. John Hume are spend-! DRS. PEASE AND PEASE ing a few days with relatives in Scot.' Office. 406 Blondeau St land county. Residenne R29 Morenn St. Mrs. Jennie Weaver went to Grang-I OFFICE HOURS er Thursday to see her friend, Mrs.', Sample, who was low with a cancer Mrs- the result of a rumor that Douglas 10'30 "inv Robinson, the president's brother-In- 0wen Morris and wife of Kahokai-' spent Sunday with George Haywood' and family. Mrs. C. C. McKinnev is quite sick: ^In'an The Misses Haywood were Keokuk' week.C' J' John Brammer and wife spent Sun- DiSe'sTf IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW. What a 7 Brinn H*lfP,neM gave a testimonial in some years ago. ifter havine, used them with excellent results Be-! fore I learned or their merits I suf-' fered a great deal from pains in my I back, accompanied by frequent head- day with Peter Eagley, who recently tn!SS rhp Unn H.,m, ,„d family spent Sun-iS TOb°' lESJ "I Ron.. NIMb Md Webster. "hon„^"HTV Fred Zimmert and famJly attended L«ck Box. 41. Warsaw. Ill German service in Kahoka Sunday. —-—^i spent a few days with their daughter ',s1'10T,no High street AleXander the flrst Bring to Keokuk Home* 1 r-u„ o.—l Hard to do housework with an ach ing back. Brings you hours of misery at leis ure or at work. If women only knew the cause—that' Backache pains come from sick kid neys, 'Twould save much needless woe Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kid-' neys. Keokuk people endorse this: Mrs. M. Betts, 1826 Hie street Keokuk, says: "My faith in Doan's Kidney Pills is just as strong today as when I gave a testimonial in their -n favor some vearn Ofrn iffa. HUfi[tl68 B" F- b0X fr0m returned from California. Some of the young rolks enjoyed a C., £. ft Q. Railway Co. musical at John Humes on Saturday evening. Alfred Barkley and family of Lewis county spent Saturday night with Geo. Haywood. Mr. and Mrs. Abbott and Mr. Moore of Ferris. 111., left Tuesday, after a week's visit with their brother and son, .Samuel Moore. Several from here are attending the protracted services at the Star this week. CHARGE TO BE UNBECOMING CONDUCT If Wm. F. Tucker Is Convicted It Will Mean His Dismissal from the Army.. WASHINGTON, Oct. 14.—The prob able outcome of the arrest of Col. Wm. F. Tucker, a paymaster of the U. S. A. at DeDcatur, 111., yesterday, on the charge of deserting his wife, who is a daughter of the late Gen. John A. Logan, it is thought will be court martial proceedings for unbecoming conduct. If convicted, the sentence will probably be dismissal from the army. Collision in Duluth Harbor. DULUTH. Oct. 14.—Steamer Ma tnnTa, of the Pittsburg line, collided with the Sacramento, owned by James Davidson at Duluth harbor early today. The Sacramento sank. No deaths resulted. TAFT TRAIN DELAYED. Wheels of Second Engine Track—No One Injured. S E N I E O O 1 4 of .November 2 and return as soon as Two wheels on the tender of the sec-i they have voted. Theodore Roosevelt 0nd Jr., votes for the first time. Cadiz Junction to Cadiz jumped the track this afternoon while running ten miles an hour. No one was injured.! engine pulling the Taft train from The train was delayed an hour. A BF.VfHACr Hare Yon Heard of "BeTof It Is a new soft drink Just being: In troduced by Anheuser-Busch. A spark llngr, non-intoxicating: drink, made of the best barley, malt and hops. Guar anteed under the Pure Food and Druft? \ct, and contains less than one-half o: 1 per cent, of alcohol by volume ^rrved nt all pleasure resorts and PHYSICIANS. DR. CORAL R. ARMENTROUT PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office—T. M. C. A. Building Resi dence 912 Fulton street. Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m.: evening hours by appointment. Iowa phone 529-Y. and Hub. plione 2092. of fice phone. Residence phone. Iowa. 12-M Hub. 3515. pPase—9 Dr. F. W 3 to 5 TV Sample died Friday night at1 pj!'®ert-~Pea8e~Ai° n.. H. btewart and family left Mon-j "heonlv nhysician practicine Oste dav for Browning and Joplln, Mo. fitted and guaranteed "n'v truss that holds Offlc.-- M- callers Saturday. 601 Main Street Mr. and Mrs. Deltrlch of Wyaeonda' °,?Ce HOGLE. M. O. hours- 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. a ot thej DR. W. B. LAFORCE Bell Phone—83R M'sg. DRS' 14 w«uld offices Jones aches and dizzy spells. 1 had no en- JONES A KENDR'CK I ergy nor ambition and 'elt generally ATTORNEYS AT LAW run down in health. When Doan's Kidney Pills were recommended to' orn an5PrMal Wi]1knson CAST FIRST VOTE "rtS," 1' every svmntom nT^ For sale by all dealers. Price cents. Foster-Mllbum ^o.. BufTalo Stages'°rk' 80l° M°?Csetreets curlnS:| 1 aSentS f°r Remember the take no other. the United! name—Doan's—and SUrSeFy an1 I Hours—9 to 12. 2 to 5 Offlfe-3?3 Blondeau Phor •«—157 OCHILTREE AN BRO BROWN over and X-Rav laboratory 7 City Drug Store. Office hours. 10 to 11:30 a. 4:30 and 7 to 8 p. m. Residence. 11 FranHIn 11:3P Dr. V. B. Ochiltree—Hours ?:30 n. m.. 5-6 and 3-9 p. m. Dr. W. Frank Brown—JSurgerv kid ev and skin diseases. Hours 2:30-4:00 p. m. 7:45-9 Sundavs. 2:30-4:00 p. m. Both phones. H. L. COURTp|GHT( Office 601 Main Street Special attention to X-Ray and elee tribal work. m„ 2 to ATTORNEYS E. L. McCold HLGHi'.S & McCOID LAWYERS No. 26 North Fourth Street ®ttent,nn 'ven to collection gf,0J bUi,d'nR- I RAILROAD TTMF TABLES Trains leave from Union Depot. Berths and tickets. Fifth and John son streets. .... South Bound. /if-. —No. 8. St. L'vais and south leave 12:45 —No. 12. St. Louis and Kansas —No 7. Chicago. St. Paul and Pc' ts west leave 2:*® No. 1. Burllneton. leave .. 7:35 No. 2 ciallv leaves at 4:30 pm No. 50 daily except Sunday, leave at 8:45 am No 76. dally except Sunday, freight leaves at 6:30 am Arrive. No. 77. da!lv except Sunday, freight arrives 7:30 pm No. 51 daily except Sunday, arrives 5:50 pm No 3. daily arrives 11:05 ara Nos. 76 and 77 carrv passengers. Toledo, Peoria and Weitern Railway. xTrain 204—Leaves •Train 2—Leaves •Train 3—Arrives ...., •Train 5—Arrives .... xTraln 9—Arrives xDally. •Dailv exoent Sunday. 2:30 pm to 11:30 a. a. m.: 7 to 8 p. m. 3 P- -Office, 435B Residence DR. J. EATON JOHNSTON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 0Pathy 'n the county. The Smith- 10:30 pm & W 1 ELECTRIC CO. 5 East. Leave Leave Arrire Keokuk Hamflton Jc Warsaw 7:10 am "7:25 am 7:45 am ":45 am 9:00 am 9:15 am 10:15 am -V" 10:30 am 10:50 am 12:05 pm 12:25 pm 2:45 12:45 pm 12:25 pm 2:45 3:00 pm 4:00 pm 4:30 pm 6:10 pm 6:?R pm 6:45 pm 7:45 pm ri :00 pm R:20 pm 9: so pm 10:00 pm 10:45 pm 11:00 nra West 11:15 pm Leave T^eave Arrive Warsaw Hamilton Jc. Keokuk •6:40 am •6:50 am 7:45 am 8'OS im R:20»m 9-°o am fl*40 om 9:55 am 11:00 am 11-25 am 11:40 am 1:05 pm 1 25 nm 1:40 3:10 pm 3 30 pm ,* 3:45 pm 4:40 pm 5-00 pm 1:15 pm 6:55 pm "i 7-15 pm 7:30 pm R:45 pm 05 pm 9:20 pm 10:05 pm 10-25 pm 10:40p™ 11:?0 pm 11:40 pm 11:55 pm Note—* Dallv except Sunday. All other trains dallv SJrl FIRST-CLASS SERVICE. Steamer Dubuque leaves Keok'tfTfor St. Louis every Monday and Friday at 4 a. m. Special excursion rate in eluding mer.ls and berth, Keokuk to St. Louis and Return, $6.00. JNO. McNAMARA, Agent, Keokuk, Iowa. ISSAC P. LUSK, Gen. Pass. Agent. St. Louis. tfif DENTIST# DR. O. L. SOHL DENTIST. 522 Main Street. INSURANCE 4 W. R. c. Kendrlek 1 F,fth and E- E. HAWKES. UNDERTAKER AND LICENSED EMBALMER 72tf Main S:reet Red Crosi Ambulance.' Both 'phonu. THURSDAY, OCT. 15 am pm anl *N°, Sl.Donnellson. C. B. 6 K- C„ and North road, leave 7:00 am *No. 50, from Eonnel'lson. C. "•ft K. C. ft North Road arrive 7:10 P® Vo. 1. K. & W. west leave, 8:55 am No. 3, Centervllle. leav".. 9:06 pin Arrive. —No. 4. from Cenfcrvllla "nd points Intermediate. arrive 1:30 pm No- 2. from Centervllle and west arrive 8:50 pir —Dally. fy^rorif Si»n lay. T-a.'n 73—Leaves Keokuk. .K:0R 8tn •Train 741—Leaves Keokuk 3:10 pm 'Train 472—Arrives K^oVuk. ,R:n^ P*n Jumps, *Train 470—Arrives Keokuk 1:05pm Local Freight Trains. •Train 86—Arrives Keokuk. 10:15 am •Train R5—Leaves Keokuk.11-20 am FRATERNAL CAlilJ A Hall MA8°NIC ula^monthh^6' am City and west south leave 8:40 —No. 4, Quiney Hannibal & St. Louis leave 1:30 •No. 10 Qulncy and Hanni bal arrive 3:37 pro 10 leave liW P™ HWHs'ltt rem'i 1°- North Bound. A am —No. 13. Chicago, St. Paul and points west arrive,... 7:20 pm —No. 13, leave 7:23 *No. 3. Burlington, Chicago and east leave 2:05 P® Tondav of lars® as" sets represented H. B. BLOOD. 1 South Sixth RTreet I. 8. ACKLEY. UNDERTAKING *3 and EMBALMING 1C07 Blondeau Street. Iowa 'phon. 456-M. Home. 3435 11 ij CRIMMIN8 & CHASE, St UNDERTAKING It EMBALMING j| 72^ Main 8treet 'Phon«a -Holds i|,l each No each rotary n^l ArCh Frlday Ch,ttt'- ««l ""J Temaw"CN0C°KMe'y «KaiS] y'r" Tueaday oI Ma" month. OifSSS^?- £V\ Ofd of each month ci«~ evH ,0. A. R. Tow..,- Hawkes Hall. H. Johnston. Adjutant, iilaT'mn" C'~The Hawkes Hall-Rj Vo jETr?* °f ToIreDce Co dava ,?» second and fourth Thtiti month at 2:30 o'clod &,I?.\,8h!rp- Mr?- Chas. M. (C| Mr"* L€Da Van Fleet-1 Post. G. A. R.. No. 51J oh out en's Hall. Tenth and Mill enM? the flrst nfander Wednesday L" K\ BerryhlU' INDEPENDENT ORbER OB' 0B FELLOWS Hall Seventh and Main Streets No- 13- mepts Recording Secretary. e"'ngat 6:50 am 2:15 pm 12:3R pm re?, ™0I",Ur evening at 7:3n o'clocd nrm2n N" G': w- AnschutJ Txidse. No. 43. meet! every Frlday evenlng at 8 o'clock. Hellenthal, N. G. Geo W megart. Per Sec. Herman Lodge, No. 116 meets regularly (German!! every Wednesfol 8 o'clock. Fred KorschgeJ N. G. Albert Kelfer. Rec. Sec. Colfax Rebekah, Lodge No. 4,-j Meets regularly every second fourth Tuesdays of month at Fellows' Hall, corner Seventh Main streets. Mrs. Mamie Relmetl N. G. Nellie Hardesty. Financial Sef retary Nina Phillips, Recording So rotary. Puckecnetuck Encampment, jjto.fcl .m i.Meets. flnjt a.'in™ 'nR and third Tuesday eretl of each month. Scribe. Otto Anscbii Canton Leach, No. 4 P. M. I. 0. F.—-Meets every second Tuesday each month. Frank Wahlgren. Cijl tain Geo. W. Hardin. Clerk. B. P. O. ELKS Keoknk Lodge. No. ICO—Meets fln, and Third Thursday nights at Bin hall Glbons opera house block. Slx'.i and Main streets. Club room- opei daily. Visiting brothers rordlallv •ited. Rice H. Bell. E. R. Wlllla^ R*Mmbo!d SorrPtarv. FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLEl Keokuk Aerie. No. 683—Meets flrjJ and Third Wednesdays of each month[ at Horn Hall, corner Eighth and Main. Visiting brothers cordla'lv Invited! IOWA LEGION OF HONOR Hall ov«»r Savlnsrs Bank. I/)" Lodge. No. 58—Meets tv fo'irfil in each month. S. S Lowitil President: Ira W. DeMoss. Record!n?| 9onretnry. KNIGHTS OF HONOR Hall over Savings Psnk TCeokuk Lodge. No. B44—Meet* twl nlarlv on th° second and fourth Frl-J davs of esch month. J. W. StelgerJ nireetor: ^Vjirles Schtilr. Reno'ter. COTTRT OF HONOR A. O. U. W. Hall. "Eighth and Main,! Meets the First and Third Frld«fl "I*hts of each month. Visiting mpnvl bers cordially Invited. W. J. Kesslcr,| chap. MODERN WOODME.: OF AMERICA| Gibbons Hall. Keokuk camp No 622—Meets evert I Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m.f Our latch string Is out to nfirMon, A. C. Wustrow. V. C.: J. A. Pollard, r-lerk.. A. O. U. W. Keoknk Lodge. No. 256—MeeK I every Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock a» hall over Keokuk Savings bnnk. corner Fifth and Main streets. Visit ing brethern cordially Invited. Robert I Pr tterson. M. W. Ed. W. Moore. Ke-1 -nrder. .1. I Morning Star Lodge No. B—Meeti and Blondeau, K. of P. building I Tuesday at 8:00 p. m. John E. Cra!?. Chancellor Comander Edyard F. Carter, K. of R. and S„ Vlsltlnj K'p|irh»«( fratemnlly Invited. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS John W. Young, Builder, Superln terdent and Contractor for all kinds of construction. Also general repair 4 work. Prominent and careful attpn tion given to p.'ang and estlmatf- Your patronage solicited. Office. 500 Blondeau. Iowa phone, office. 2143: residence 3342. They Take the Kinks Out' "I have used Dr. King's New Life Pills for many years, with Increasing satisfaction. They take the kinks oat of stomach, liver and bowels, witho'it fuss or friction," says N. H. Brown, of Plttsfleld, Vt. Guaranteed satisfac tory at Wilkinson & Co., J. F. Kiedaisch & Son's drug store. 25c.