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190gBpBSDAT, OCT. 22f 1908.
||0 CLUB IS ivery Fifty •&m I held 0 Cc( nni. & on 1 arril Mtcf the fartoj ndle el a tli Pres pvn| IOWI •ch, ieetln| :h hr rn i'ho h| 'le:is fed 11 Years the Ll£hts Go Out Keokuk According to Truthful )re- His tory. :rv. STRANGE canl I COINCIDENCE Ifty Years Ago This Week the Gas tamps Were Not Burning and Darkness Will Come re| Again. Everybody join. 1 It costs nothing. You don't have to register. Don't let your light shine under a Lshel. |flie Keokuk Lantern Club is hereby mnized and new members are so jdted. There is no initiation fee, no Ls and no expense whatever as will seen by the following by-laws of club, which are the only rules and •illations: The By-Laws. |lbe Keokuk Lantern Club shall ex from this day until the electric •et lights of the city are again in amission. liny citizen of Keokuk may become Immber upon signing the pledge. |The object3 of the club are the en [btenment of mankind at night on (streets of Keokuk. IEach member agrees to sign the pmmg pledge: j, •21J gs thi wasI And ig an| *el 'o bea ihmeij are tertal returl *«L The Pledge. [hereby promise, on my honor as Ititlzen of Keokuk, to hang out a Ibted lantern in front of my resi nce each night (excepting when the mo is shining) and keep the lantern |hted and hung out until at least Hnight, from now until that time (it the street lights of the city are pin in commission. I| further promise, on my honor as |dtlzcn of Keokuk, to try and 'nduce (neighbors to take this pledge and hang out lanterns The Requirements, Etc. ij|| iThat's all there is to becoming's, nber. The citizen desiring to be tea member, must make the above ge and after doing so, must be fchful to the pledge and rkeep the Item in commission. ||§ji (People who have incandescent its upon their front porches and will keep them burning until mid- I fcht, are honorary members of the People living on corners and who S lanterns out on the corner each M, are known as Star members. pie living in the middle of t'.ie I are known as Active members. jThe head of the house where the tern is displayed shall be the nber of the club, but all members the family or inmates of the house ill be associate members and en led to as much glory as though they re paying the taxes or rent on the I sperty. I It is expected of all members that will hang a lighted lantern out on their front porch or some place front of the house each night and it burn there at least until mid ie for| iken )ta, of th rati' ool le ba it. mov ity Reei [shed s!lt' not a11 er St him of 10 his str play 1 night long. If this is by the citizens all over the city, *111 make a great difference in the I)'. for people who are compelled to iout late, will not have to grope Mnd In the dark It might he the means of protecting cer localities from thieves, Will Publish the Names. As soon ag a citizen becomes a f®ber, if he will telephone or send bis name to The Gate City office. 'same win be placed upon hte roll I jionor and published. 4 your name, residence and Der you are an Honorary, Star or member. "tout the coupon below, sign y'o'ir and preserve it as a member-1 ticket.. MEMBERSHIP TICKET. |his is to certify that is a mem of the Keokuk Lantern Club, lying signed the pledge and treed to abide by it. JACK O. LANTERN, Pres. Oil' KANN, Secretary. \k 'I JJ E REGISTER OR 7, JO NOT VOTE and All Must Regi- ster. night and Have the Matter Fin- Everyone who expects" to vcte in Keokuk at the Presidential election of November 3, must register. The registry boards opened for busi ness in Keokuk this morning at 8 o'clock and will keep open until 9 o'clock in the evening, not only today, but on Friday and Saturday. The location in each ward is as follows: First ward, Young America engine house, Sixth street between Main and Blondeau streets. Second ward, No. 26 South Fifth street. Third ward, No. 1017 Main street. Fourth ward, West Keokuk engine house. Fifth ward, No. 426 North Twelfth street. Sixth ward, No. 1120 Main street. All Must Register. Voters should remember that every one must register anew .this .year, whether they registered before the last election or not, for on one can vote I at the presidential election without registering over again. Newcomers to the city and those who have just become of voting age must register, ac well as the old vo ters. The best plan is to attend to the matter the first thing this evening and get it over with. Anyone not registered, cannot vote, either for President or county candi dates. WILL ENTERTAIN AT FT. MADISON Mrs. Frank Brown, Assisted by Ft. Madison Musicians Will Give Classical Program for St. Mary's. Mrs. W. Frank Brown left this af ternoon for Ft. Madison where thi evening she will appear in recital, as sisted by a number of musicians of that city, under the auspices of St. Mary's. Those who attend the enter tainment are assured of an evening of much enjoyment as Mrs. Brown is a rare entertainer, and her numbers are of a character that not only en tertains but Instructs as well. She posseses a charming personality and keeps in constant sympathy with her auditors. Following will be the pro- gram: Reading Swan 'ody boost and have strong club in Keokuk. It neatly appreciated by all. The S0IK of the club shall be "I'm I So Home in the Dark." And emblem shall be a match. 8aved His Boy's Llfe.^fv j* *S W three year olt. boy waa badly pated, had a high fever and was awful condition. I gave him two of Foley's Orino Laxative and 11 morning the fever was gone was entirely well. Foley's Orl Wtive saved his life." A. Wol •U8lmer. ./is. Wilkinson & Co. P- Kiedaiscb & Son. The Baking Powder Story in a nut-shell. Adulteration" The Going of the White Gilbert Parker Mrs. Brown. Musical number Selected The Death Disk Mark Twain Mi's. Brown. Music a. The Maiming of the Flowers. b. You 'wake. Papa? Anomy Mrs. Brown. Music Her Cuban Tea (monologue) Pauline Phelps Mrs. Brown. Music Madame Butterfly—Dramatic Monologue John Luther Long Mrs. Brown. Remember you can help bnild Keo kuk by buying home made goods. 1 Cheap' Impurity J, Baking Unhealthfulness Powder a-a Higl? Price Trust Indifferent Leavening Bakinir Residue of Rochelle Salts Powder Most Leavening Power CALUMET Purest Ingredients BAKING Moderate Price POWDER Received Highest Award World's Pure Food Exposition Chicago, 1907J§§: ,A STREET CABS ARE RUNNING First Chance to Register Came City Service and Interurban Line This Morning at 8 O'Clock started This Morning and V??SV'- j': I Running on Schedule 1 LET EVERYONE HUSTLE WILL BE NO NIGHT CAES The Best Plan is to Register To- There Will be No Cars After Five Time.Wfiil^SS|#SSi o'clock f, ished and Off Your ,,, Have Been All Com Mind. pleted. Until the Repairs Street car and interurban service was resumed this morning after being abandoned for two days. The city service is the same as be fore but the interurban service will be stopped at 5:15 o'clock in the evening, for after that hour, the in eandpp^-^t lights must be furnished and ower taken from the inter urban. The big cars are taken off of the line and a small one substituted. The Warsaw car stops at the bottom of the hill there in order not to crowd the plant while repairs are going on. The Warsaw car stops at the depot there and the last one up leaves at 4:40. No cars will run in the city or over the interurban during the even ings. The street lights are out of commis sion for some time to come, possibly a couple of months, or until the new engine is installed. Unless an engine can be purchased to fit the require ments at once, a new one must be built to order which will take con siderable time. Still at Work. A large force of men are till at work at the plant making the repairs. This morning the incandescent lights were turned off from 10 o'clock until noon while the switch board was giv en further repairs. The repairs to the building are to be completed by this evening, a force of masons being at work rebuilding the parts of the plant which were wrecked by the bursted fly wheel. After the roof and walls have been repaired, it will not matter if a rain storm comes and the work inside can be carried on without delay. The company did great work in saving the public from inconvenience and everything is now all right ex cepting street lights and street cars at night. For Chronic Diarrhoea. "While in the army in 1S63 I was taken with chronic diarrhoea," says George M. Felton of South Gibson, Pa. "I have since tried many remedies but without any permanent relief, until Mr. A. W. Miles, of this place, per suaded me to try Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, one bottle of which stopped it at once." For sale by Wilkinson & Co., Phar macy, and J. F. Kieda'sch & Son. New Gold Field Discovered. DENVER, Oct. 21.—A new gold field, alleged to be fabulously rich, has been discovered on a prairie, 200 miles northwest of El Paso. A town sprung up on the spot and the coun try is full of gold seekers. RP'-MIIIHR nml InvtKiimtln" puro Malt and Hop product, bn •italnB less than mie-hnlf of 1 pel nt. of aloohol. which brings It undo. tT. S. ttpvpnpi- regulations for sof nlcH. «'c for It at sod* fountain.' 1 soft '"'n'.c st.-.ndK. l'rcparcd by urtt r-.-iis«c!i', The Daily Gate City WARSAW TO HAVE EM THEATRE Dr. Thos. Hartley and T. A. Robbins Fitting up the First Floor In the Munsetter Build- ing.Ve"* £, FOR MOVING PICTURES Warsaw Pained to Learn of the Un fortunate Accident to Rev. Jagdstein Who Lost a Leg at Vlele. $ Sit' 1 mi a WARSAW, 111., Oct. 22.—Sunday, Oct. 25th, Warsaw and Carthage will play football at the fair grounds at 2 p. m. A hot game is expected. Dr. Thos. A. Hartley and Mr. T. A. Robbins are fitting up the first floor of the Mussetter building, on Main street three doors west of the post office, as an amusement resort to be known as Hartley and Robbins Elec tric Theatre. All the latest moving picture films and illustrated songs will be presented with a complete change of repertoire three times a week. The theatre will be open even ings and on Saturday afternoons. Admission, adults, 10c children, 5c. This theatre will till a long felt want, for a cheap and innocent amusement place for our ypung folks. It will be a permanent Warsaw institution and will be well patronized, and will doubtless become quite popular not only with our own people but with trolley visitors. The theatre will open the season with matinee on next Saturday afternoon, Oct. 24th. Mrs. Sarah Crane of Peoria has re turned home after ap leasant visit with the family of Chas. B. Crane. Mr. Jas. N. Crane and wife of lola, Mich., who have been visiting the family of his brother, Chas. B. Crane, have gone to visit their former home, Fredericktown, Mo., and from there they will proceed homeward. Ole Olson will have a full house on Friday night, judging by the opera house chart. Many people were prevented from going to Carthage Tuesday morning to attend the dedication of the new court house, owing to the sad accident at the power house of the trolley line at Keokuk, and also because of the unpropitious weather and fre quent .showers. A few parties drove over in buggies and surries, and re port an interesting time. Word was received* here Tuesday morning of the serious injury of the popular and beloved pastor of the German Evangelical church of War saw, Rev. Jagdstein, whose foot was crushed by the cars at Viele, Iowa, and who wr.s at once removed to the Santa Fe hospital at Fort Madison. No particulars were received. A friend left last night for Fort MUison to see the sufferer. The news came like a shock to everyone. Warsaw real estate is looking up, and holders are holding tight. The near realization of the dam is alreday having its effect. An effort is soon to be made to in terest Warsaw people in Y. M. C. A. work, especially that something may be done for the large class of young people growing up In our midst. A state representative may soon visit Warsaw and lay the plan before the citizens. Farmers about here who visit Keo kuk on big days, such as the fall cele bration, etc., leave their teams at the livery stable here, until their return. Thus the trolley helps one Warsaw enterprise instead of hurting it. The trolley has, ever since it entered War saw, brought $2.00 into the city to ev ery dollar taken out, as was predict ed it would. It gives much life to Warsaw. The "darkness could be felt" in Warsaw streets for the past two nights because of the accident at the Keokuk Electric Light plant, which put out the lights here. J. W. Kirkpatrick, the jeweler, and John Giller, the brewer, have each donated a handsome gold lined, silver loving cup to the Warsaw Poultry As sooiation, to be competed for by ex hibitors at the annual show of the association in December. This makes three cups recently donated to the association, the first one, and the largest, being given by Congressman McKinney. All were purchased by Mr. Kirkpatrick and are on exhibition in his show window. Found a $10,000 Pearl. RESCUED AFTER MANY HOURS. Hazel Downing Clings to Branches of Trees .Saving Her Life/ 5 The others are believed to have per ished in the flood which swept the Arkansas valley on Monday and Tues day. Three Mexicans lost their lives in the Arkansas river. SKATING RINK UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT C. T. Worley of Canton, Has Purchas ed Interest of O. B. French in Gate Vlty Rink. The Gate City skating rink, located in the Estes building, has changed hands, Mr. C. T. Worley, of Canton, having purchased the interest of O. B. French and the popular and healthful pastime of skating on rollers, is as sred to Keokuk people for the com ing season. Mr. Worley endeavors to conduct the best equipped rink that lovers of in door skating have yet enjoyed. It can bo depended upon, that at all times there will bethe best of order, and mothers can send their children to the rink with the knowledge that they will not only be well cared for but in good company. The rink is to be conduct- I ed strictly for ladies, gentlemen and children, and no unbecoming conduct will be permitted for a moi :ent. Many new features will be introduced this season. Thursday afternoons w.ll be especially devoted to the ladles and care will be taken to instruct those who are learning t.o skate. Saturday afternoon will be a special afternoon for school children, and Is expected to be quite popular. Various features will be introduced at different times which will be of special interest. The rink has been thoroughly cleaned and is now being enjoyed afternoons and evenings. DIED WHILE IN SEARCH OF GOLD Account of the Terrible Sufferings of B. T. Pratt Found by An other Prospector. LOS ANGELES, Oct. 21.—Thirty miles from habitation, B. T. Pratt, a miner, age sixty, starved to death in the Inyo county desert, according to a report today by G. Wr. Lewis, who returned from a prospecting trip. He found a note book scribbled full of a terrible account of his dying agonies. Halns' Case is Delayed. NEW YORK, Oct. 21.—Capt. Halns and his brother Jenkins who were tak en into court yesterday for an arraign ment, but who were not j. irmitted to I plead because of the technicalities aris ing, were delayed again today. When they were brought into the court, the attorney for Hains asked to inspect the minutes of the crand jury. The appli cation, which had to do Jenkins' case, was denied. demurrer to the indictment was filed. A preliminary argument on the demur rer delayed the arraignment. MAKES STOMACH Stops Food Fermentation in Your Stomach Relieving Dyspepsia in About Five Minutes. A PROMPT CURE RESULTS Trouble and Indigestion Find a LAMAR, Colo., Oct. 21.—Mrs. James Hoselton. Miss Hazel Downing and Charles Morris wert in a buggy, which overturned in Big Sandy ureek. Hazel Almost instant relief is waiting for such a serious faJ? dug to the branches of trees and was you. It is merely a matter of how rescued today, after twenty-four hours. soon you take some Diapepsin. Advertise in The Gate City. *-t r»y t"* When jrou spend your good money for your Fall or Winter it a you want full value. That's good busi ness. You ought to get the correct style of the season, good mak ing and finishing, and attractive patterns. Getting these good things you will get some return for your good money. But get mora. You want wear— and you can only get wear when you gct DRESS JUNO So Rubber The Most Obstinate Cases of Stomach fronn $75 to $100 per acre for their Prompt Cure in Diapepsin Which is Absolute ly Harmless. Take your sour stomach—or maybe you call It indigestion, dyspepsia, gas-, tritls or catarrh of stomach it doesn't matter—take your stomiach trouble right with you to your pharmacist and ask him to open a 50-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin and let you eat one 22-graln Triangule and see if within five minutes there is left any trace of your former misery. The correct name for your trouble Is food fermentation—food souring the, digestive organs become weak, there is lack of gastric juice your food is' only half digested, and you become af fected with loss of appetite, pressure and fullness after eating, vomiting, nausea, heartburn, griping in bowels,! tenderness in the pit of stomach, bad! Mrs. Fred Ball of Charleston Injured taste In mouth, constipation, pain in limbs, sleeplessness, belching of gas,! biliousness, sick headache, nervous-] ness, dizziness and many other similar! symptoms. LA CROSSE, Wis., Oct. 21.—A per fect fresh water pearl, said to be worth ten thousand, was found today you feel bloated after eating, or your stairs, injuring herself, just how badly by Charles Naegel and Carl Schaller, food lies like a lump of lead on your has not yet been ascertained, as her clam fishers. stomach, you can make up your mind entire body is badly bruised and that at the bottom of all this there is shaken up. Mr. Ball was aroused from but one cause—fermentation of undi-! his sleep by the noise of her falling gested food. down the stairway and arose to find If your appetite is fickle, and noth-. Ball, living northeast of town, while ing tempts you, or you belch gas or if in a state of somnambulism, fell down Prove to yourself, after your next: Mrs. Ball lying at the foot of the meal, that your stomach is as good as! stairway unconscious. A physician any that there is nothing really. was called and after a careful exam wrong. Stop this fermentation and ination found thaht begin eating what you want without, broken. Mrs. Ball is resting as com fear of discomfort or misery. fortablo as could be expected after Only One "BROMO QUININE," that is The tenant this year sold 5,000 bush els of corn off a 100-acre field and esti mates that, he will have fromi 1,000 to 1,500 bushels left. This is in the richest corn belt in Northeast Mis souri. On adjoining farm is being erected a $25,000 brick dwelling. This is in one of the richest and prettiest sec tions of the state, and is known as the William Throckmorton farm, seven miles southwest of LaBelle. The whole farm lays fine: 220 acres level, the I other 40 little rolling, not rough four miles to Newark, three and one-half to county fair, one-halt mile to school, two miles to church. The farmers in this section have large beautiful homes and improvements and ask land. Price $62.50 per acre $5,000 down, terms and privileges. CLOTHES MONEY clothes made of al! wool materials all in wool. Suits or overcoats of all wool materials hold color, hold shape, stand up under wear. Wool helps you to get your money's worth. N CLOTH- A craft suits and over coats have style, all a re a and they come in a patterns. SIX SHAPES TO SIZES Every Pair Warranted DRESS SHIELD BOOKLET FREE ON REQUEST. B. KLEINERT RUBBER CO. T21 -723-72S-727 BROADWAY. NEW YORK. Laxative Rromo Quinine on «Wy Cures a Cold in One Day, Gripln 2 Days f^^box. 25e 260-Acre Farm For Sale IN KNOX COUNTY, MO. Large two-story dwelling, big yard only with ^u'l °f beautiful trees, large barn, also A formal cattle barn, Fairbanks scales housed and shedded on both sides, ice house, hen houses and numerous out-bulld ings, a fine cave, deep well stands 115 feet of water, never falls wind mill and tanks, buggy sheds 220 acres in cultivation, 40 in blue grass pasture and timber. E. A. DO WELL, LaBelle, Missouri. Do It now Springfield Lamp Lehigh Valley Hard Coal JAMES CAMERON & SONS Both Phone* 91 Office 17S Sevcath SOMNAMBULIST FELL DOWN STAIRS1 While Walking About the House in Her Sleep. TSpecial to The Gate Citv.j CHARLESTON, Oct.. 22.—Mrs. Fred 110 MS bones were '^•'-""iiir-iVi mir i-|i PAGE SEVEN But, you don't want to spend more of your good money than you should. Again CLOTH A craft is the only line in made that is guar anteed pure wool and sells at from $io to $25 for suit or over coat. O A will give you full re turn for your good money. It's best to come in early while the stock is complete. SHIELDS mmroyEKift. VINCENT'S Colorado Beet Sugar Table Syrup Over 35 per cent cheaper than maple and considered by some to equal It. 1-4 gal. 1-2 gal. 1 gal. 30c 50c 95c ALL RETAILERS S. Hamlll Co., Wholesale Distributors, Keokuk. Jas. McNamara's Sons DEALERS IN BUILDING MATERIAL SEWER PIPE Atlas Portland Cement Louisville and Utlca Cemrat, Lime Hair, Stucco. Mortar Coiora. Acme Cement Plaster Sewer Pipe, Drain Til®. Gutter Pipe. Fire Brick, •fire Clay Flu« Lining. Chimney Pipe, etc. 426 and 428 Job: —on 706 #Jt Al Street, KEOKUK. IOWA CTREh »r#Te«te palatal, tndnot MtrfA* f¥AN8CHEMIDAlCP, gftot or pniioQoui. Sold by DrorfliUi or tent la plain wrapper* br express, prepaid, £*T •1.00, or*bottleaM.75. 4 Cty** MENANDWOMEMi UteClg Gforannatortl dUchftreu .Inflammation^ irritation! or ulcerations of maco os membraDtfl* ir*r Olroolw tout 911 nwrtt CHICHESTER SPILLS THE DIAMOND RRAND. \s It A ta'licit Aok rpur ItrueglAt for 'tilcbe«*t«r'a Diamond Ur«nd/#V\ I'Utft in Red and Cluld metnI!lc\^#X sealed with blue Ribbon. Take no other. 3ur of rour l)m«|lnt Ask ClIM lIEft-TERg DIAMOND IIRAND PILLS, for gftl years known as Rest, -J Safest, Always Reliable SOLD BY HRUGOISTS EVERYWHERE •CURES lUQUOR, D«ua AND TOBACCO 1 HABITS WEST i* 5 Des Moines Iowa j?®* *4$ Write NOV tor rouRTH ST. Our Free Boaklc $ fi