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Copyright, 190ft.
by L. ADLEK.
LBROS. & Cu.
Cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and
Chronic Constipation.
Pleasant to take
STATE OF IOWA,
Lee County,
ss.
TAB NEW STORE
Is The Home
of the
Overcoat
Our magnificnt exhibit is
representative of the individ
ual talents of the three best
overcoat makers in the United
States—L. Adler Bros, and Co.,
The Joseph and Feiss Co. and
the Celebrated System.
All lengths from 46 to 52
inches.
Prices $10 to $25
Here is the greatest under
wear store in town. We are
showing a complete line in wool
and cotton union and two-piece
suits, 50c to ?3.00.
Children's
Sample School Shoes
We have tie Crofit and Knapp
$3.00 hat, the best made for the
price.
Shirts, neckwear, gloves and
hosiery.
EWERS MCCARTHY COMPANY
2^
-h!
We have a special offering this week of one lot of box
calf shoes for every day and school wear. Sizes up to
No. 2 at special per pair $1.00
jBABY SHOES
Lot of sample baby shoes, all patterns, sizes up to
eights, wortli 75c to $1.25, special this week 50c to $1.00
MEN'S and WOMEN'S
Our sample lots of new high top shoes for men in very
best leathers, retail prices ranging from $3 to $8 per
pair, offered at from $2.25 to $6.00
An opportunity to save from $1 to $2 on one purchase.
S. A.. lVEiller,
THE SHOE MAN
GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR
In butter as well as any other line—The butter mar
ket is high—you are paying a good price. You are en
titled to the best. Refuse "just as good" and insist on
having
POND LILY CREAMERY
MADE IN KEOKUK
ft
aSl
fill
•HIND
Laxative Fruit Syrup
For Sale by WILKINSON & 00. and J. F. KIEDAISCH & SON.
[NOTICE TO VOTERS. For an affirmative vote upon any question submitted
upon this ballot make across (x) mark in the square after the word "Yes."
For a negative vote make a similar mark in the square following the word
Shall the following Amendment to the Constitution be adopted?
That there be added to section eighteen (18) of article (1) of the constitu
tion of the State of Iowa, the following:
"The general assembly, however, may pass laws permitting the owners of
lands to construct drains, ditches, and levees for agricultural, sanitary or min
ing purposes across the lands of others, and provide for the organization of
drainag districts, vest the proper authorities with power to construct and main
tain levees, drains and ditches and to keep in repair all drains, ditches, and
levees heretofore constructed under the laws of the State, by special assessments
upon the property benefited thereby. The general assembly may provide by
law for the condemnation of such real estate as shall be necessary for the con
struction and maintenance of such drains, ditches and levees, and prescribe the
method of making such condemnation."
If 1
FELLOWSHIP
MEETING HELD
A Large Congregation of the Different
Denomiations of the City Lis­
tened to Interesting
Addresses."'
!COMPLIMENT MEMBERS
The Different Pastors in Their Ad­
dresses Complimented the Mem.
bers on Having so Fine
a
Church.
Last evening in the fine new Con
I gregational church a fellowship meet
ing was held at which time the mem
bers of the congregation and members
of other churches of the city were
I! present and listened to the interest
ing services of the evening principal
ly among which were the talks of the
four pastors. Reverend Williams, Dr.
E. B. Newcomb, Rev. H. B. Foster,
and Rev. Potter.
j' Organ Recital.
The services opened at 7:45 with a
short but fine organ recital by H. T.
Graham, the organist, and was espec
ially fine, taking into consideration
the fact that the new organ has not
been all installed yet and many of the
stops are yet to be placed and the In
strument Is In the same condition that
it was at the dedication services on
Sunday but workmen are busy and
this fine instrument will soon be com
plete. A hymn which was joined In
by all members of,.the choir and con
gregation 'was sung and opening pray
er was then offered by the pastor of
the church. Rev. Williams, the pastor,
then stated the object of the fellow
ship meeting in a few opening remarks
before introducing the speakers of the
evening. Among other things he
said: "There has always been in this
city, a sweet union of the churches
and it is good for the ministers and
the people to meet together in this
way." In introducing the first speak
er of the evening, Dr. Newcomb, the
,lastor said: "If there is any church
which illustrates the benefit and good
derived from Independency, it is the
Presbyterians."
I, W. H. South, Auditor of Lee County, do hereby certify
that the above is a true and correct copy of the Official
Amendment Ballot to be used at the General Election to be
held in said county on Tuesday, November 3, 1908.
I
Rev. E. B. Newcomb.
Dr. Newcomb of the Westminster
church then proceeded with his topic,
"The Genesis of Independency." He
took his listeners back to the time of
the landing of the Pilgrim fathers and
going down through those old days
told of the hardships which the fore
fathers endured and how for the love
of their religion and the wanting of
independence in their worship tmy
came to this land from the mother
country to worship God in the way
they chose. The Doctor said in con
cluding his remarks: "What we
want ioday Is the simple things. The
iove of God and his teaching Is what
we want. Wnen you are thinking on
religious life go back to the time
when the little band of Pilgrims came
to this country that they might serve
Christ in the way that they chose,
"May the message of the Mayflower
be repeated to this newer generation,
God granting it."
The beautiful selection. "Lift up
your heads" was then rendered by the
choir. Reverend Harry B. Foster was
the next speaker of the evening and
had for his subject: "The Church as
Cleanses the system
thoroughly and clears
sallow complexions of
pimples and blotches.
It is guaranteed
Yes
No
W. H. SOUTH, County Auditor.
The Daily .Gate City
ST. VITUS'
DANCE CURED
Remarkable Instance of the Power
of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills In
Severe Nervous Disorders
Reported from an
Iowa Town,
That Dr. Williams' Pink Pills hare
cured obstinate cases of St. Vitus' dance
is the best evidence of their value
in lesser nervous disorders. Here is
evidence that will stand thorough in
vestigation. Mrs. James Wilkie, of 707
Spruce street, Cherokee, Iowa, says:
"I was of a very nervous temperament
even when a child. As I grew to girl
hood, more and more of the work in our
family fell to me. At the same time I
tried to keep up my studies in school.
The strain was too great and at the
age of fourteen I had to leave school,
because of the run-down and nervous
condition I was in. I gradually grew
worse, becoming extremely irritable and
suffering terribly from melancholy. It
was first noticed that I had St. vitus'
dance, when I began to lose control of
the muscles of my face. The disease
soon spread all over my body and my
head, and arms trembled constantly.
'I was in tliis condition for about a ycai
and dwindled away to almost nothing.
Finally I became so weak that I had to
stay in bed all the time. Up to this
time I had been under the care of twe
doctors' and as I became no better gave
up their medicine. After I had been in
bed about two months, my father heard
about Dr. Williams' Pink* Pills from at
old friend. He bought some at oncc
and I started using them, noi
expecting much benefit. I noticed
very soon that the pills were lielpirg me
and that I could sleep better. We nil
thought this 60 wonderful that. I was
encouraged to give them a good trial.
I was soon able to sleep like a log, and
my appetite became good.
"I was sick altogether about one and
one-half years and when I began to use
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills I weighed less
than 85 pounds. I gained weight rapidly,
while taking the pills and weighed
117 pounds when I stopped taking them.
I was completely cored and have never
taken medicine for my nerves since. I
feel that I ows siy life to Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by
all druggists, or sent, postpaid, on re
ceipt of price, 50 cents per box six boxes
for $3.50, bv the Dr. Williams Medicine
Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
a Teacher of Doctrine." The two
terms doctrine and church were well
defined by the minister. In part he
said:
1
Rev. H. B. Foster.
"The church means a body of people
called out and bound together by the
holy bonds of fellowship. If the
church has no special line of teaching
and no doctrine she will have no pur
pose of existing and no mission.
We herald today with joy, the great
branches of church activity. In the
main doctrine will be the mainstay
of the church. The old Congregational
church of early days stood for more
doctrine than it does today. Some of
the churches today are steadfast In
their preaching of doctrine while
others of this same denomination are
lax. I would like to see the Congre
gationalists come over as some part
of the Presbyterian church."
Rev. J. W. Potter.
Rev. Potter took as his topic, "The
Church as a Spiritual Force in the
Community." In his remarks the
minister proceeded to point out to his
hearers why long facedness is not a
part of the Christianity and spiritual
ity. He said: "Spirituality is Christ
likeness and we do not become more
spiritual by hiding from man our joy
and wearing long faces and I believe
more each day that juvenation is more
Christ like and better, and having a
good time in the right way is better
than trying to be a long faced Chris
tian. A man is never an undesirable
citizen if he lives In the Christ and
helps those about him that are in
need. One can be as much of Chris
tian and have much spirituality out of
church as he can in the church."
Each pastor in his remarks paid a
tribute to the fine new church and
complimented the flourishing congre
gation on their beautiful edifice.
Had a Close Call.
Mrs. Ada L. croon, the widely
known proprietor of the Croon hotel,
Vaughn, Miss., says "Fort several
months I suffered with a severe cough
and consumption seemed to have its
grip on me, when a friend recommend
ed Dr. King's New Discovery. I began
taking it, and three bottles affected a
complete cure." The fame of this life
saving cough and cold remedy, and
lung and throat healer is world wide.
Sold at Wilkinson & Co.'s drug store.
50c and $1.00. Trial bottle'free.
Mrs. M. Brenton, wife of Jliru Bren
ton, former mayor of Des Moines, has
withdrawn her petition for divorce
from the district court. But she has
substituted in its place a petition of
separate maintenance from her hus
band, and asks the court to compel
him to pay her the sum of ?15 per
week.
The Dubuque Cabinet Makers' asso
ciation, for forty years a Dubuque in
stitution and one of the big concerns,
has been sold, the period for which
its articles of incorporation were tak
en out having expired. The sale was
largely a matter of formality. Rich
ard Hoermann, for many years Its
president, was made receiver and pur
chased the bulk of the property not
subject to mortgage. It. is likely the
concern will be reorganized and re
sume business shortly..
ETSCHOOL
I
leans.
AT BURLINGTON
Captain Parsons Today Predicted a
For
the Local
Victory
in Tomorrow's
Team
Game.
M'FARLAND MAY PLAY
If Word is Received in Time He Will
Enter the Game—Second
Team to Play Dal­
las City.
The Burlington High school foot ball
team, which was defeated by the Keo
kuk High school team by a score of
40 to 0 in 1906, will again be the local
high's opponents on next Saturday, the
game to be played in that city. The
football team will go to Burlington on
the 7:35 a. m. K-Line train accom
panied by a few rooters.
Captain Parsons is optimistic as to
the result of the contest Today he
said that the High school would win I
by at least five points, but it is ex-i
late tomorrow whether or not he can
play. He will accompany the team
however, and also the following play
ers: ^Pechstein Weismann, Reiner.
ohme.
MOUNTAIN RANGES^
N
RACKAR
pected that the score would run high
er.
McFarland and Phillips were out Many Cases In Keokuk Will be Re
practicing with the team yesterday af-j lieved by Simple Home Mixture
jtenioon and a hard scrimmage was In-1
dulged in with the second team. Prof.
Reid has sent word to the Iowa Prin-j Prepare.
cipals* association asking permission
to play McFarland in the Saturday
game. As yet no word has been re
ceived and it may not be known until
Hawkes, Nelson, Hayden, Duncan, Cap
tain Parsons, Merriam, KiedaischJ This Prescription to Make Home
Meinhart, Howels and Horn. Coach Remedy Becomes Known
Merrill and Manager Vestal will also
accompany the team and both are con
fldent of a victory. 1
Big Games Tomorrow.
Drake vs. Washburn, at Topeka.
Ames vs. Missouri, at Columbia.
Iowa vs. Nebraska, at Iowa City.
Grinnell vs. Coe, at Grinnell.
Cornell vs. Simpson, at Mount Ver
non.
Pennsylvania vs. Swarthmore, at
Philadelphia.
Yale vs. Mass. Aggies, at New
Haven.
Michigan vs. Vanderbilt, at Ann Ar
bcr.
Illinois vs. Indians, at Champaign.
Wisconsin vs. Marquette, at Madi
son.
Missouri vs. Ames, at Golumbla, Mo.
Wabash vs. Michigan Aggies, at
Lansing.
St. Louis vs. Western University of
Pennsylvania at St. Louis.
The second team has secured a' -.
game with Dallas City but as yet Man
ager McManus has not decided upon! Here is a prescription that anyone
the date. The game will be played in
1
Rose vs. Washington, at St. Louis
Wooster vs. Case, at Cleveland.
Ohio State vs. Ohio Wesleyan, at
Columbus.
Georgia Technical vs. Tennessee, at
Atlanta.
Louisiana vs. Alabama, at New
this city on a Saturday before Thanks- tlon pharmacy can supply the ingrp
giving that the first team is away from dients named at little cost being conit-
Oj
ARE NOT A BARRIER
Transmission of Wireless Messages
Not Affected by Mountain Ran
I ges, Says Investigators.
NOME, Alaska, Oct. 29.—The trans
I mission of messages from Nome to
Fort Gibbon which is five hundred
I miles inland, has demonstrated the in
vestigators say, that the mountain
ranges do not affect the transmission
of the messages.
THE ESQUIMO
tI
eats blubber. The lumbermen eat
pork. The Norwegian fishermen I
pork. The Norwegian fishermen I
live on cod
live on cod liver oil. These
people are constantly exposed
to cold and physical Strain
nourishment.
For those who have cold and thin
consumption or any wasting
disease, there is no fat in so
digestible and palatable a form as
Scott's Emulsion
Physicians prescribe it.
OVERCOME RHEUMATISM
Princeton vs. West Point, at West ounce Compound Kargon, one ounce I
Point. Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
Cornell vs. Pennsylvania .State, at ounces. 1
Ithaca. I Shake well in a bottle and take in
I Carlisle Indians vs. Annapolis, at teaspoonful- doses after each meal and
ture of the Rlnht Leg—
A XJRW A
•He
Experience has taught them that itentlon
fatty foods give warmth and
was
was a
1
Send this advertisement, together with nam* nf
paper in which appears, vSur add^ T^dloS
cents to coyer postafie. and we will send vou^
"Complete Handy Atlas of the World" .*
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl Street Nr*
YoA
FRIDAY, OCT.
HODGE &
HAWKES
406 MAIN STREET
EVERY PAIR
MADE TO WEAR
FOR THE KIDNFF
S
AND BLADDER
Whjch ne Can
H#re
can mix at home. Any good prescrip-
posed of vegetable extracts, it is
harmless and inexpensive. Best of
all it does its work well, relieviug even
the worst forms of bladder trouble,
frequent urination, backache, kidney
oomplaint, and by Its direct action
it Ton the pliminative tissue of the kid
's, makes these most vital organs
rid the blood and Bystem of waste
matter and uric acid which causes
rheumatism.
Here it is try it, if you suffer.
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half
Annapolis. at bedtime.
Chicago vs. Minnesota, at Chicago. Former sufferers often state that'
one week's use shows curative re
sults in nearly every instance, and
such symptoms as lame back, fre
quent desire to urinate, pain in blad
der and" even chronic rheumatism are
generally relieved within a few days,
the pain and swelling diminishing
with each dose.
HURT WHILE
PLAYING FOOTBALL
Ray McNally of' Kahok.. Sustains Prac.
r, T,
KAHOKA. Mo., Oct. 30.—B. F. Wag-
goner arrived home Thursday from a
Misst Minnie, are at home from a_few
days' visit with Kirksville friends.
»freshmpnts were served.
The Pythian Sisters will give a Hal-'
lowe'en social at the K. of P. hall' „The
opera house Saturday night.
George Calvert is at home from Co-!the
Mrs. W. P. Andrews is the guest of
relatives at Pulaski. Iowa.
Wednesday evening
the high school
building, sustained a fracture of the
building, sustained a fracture of the
liver nil Th«0 I right leg between the knee and nnkiA
riRht ,eg between
conveyed
imother
Mr8'
&uest of county relatives a few
days of thia weekl
bodies, or are threatened with J, ^"home m?,."""* '°r "w
The hunting season opens-Monday,
but where are the hunters going to
hunt? Nearly every farmer in the
county has up the "keep out sign."
udge Hardy and Charles
30,190^
POLICE WILL
JE
DANGER OF ACCIDEJ
if
by the People.
morn)W night to break up
AND
Mr, n'p the danger of doing damage lease the
mu m?" f'
aUf
daush
ter'
tloned on the
to the home of his
where
he
was given medical
A,IIe
jfl)AY,
0(
IB-1
to b® ®on
Operate If
Fists,
JCH EX
[,r of Them
Marshal,
Did Nc
ft
I*'
"Wellenl
itself fc
im the presc
last evenin
jjght among
corner of
four of tl
[arged with
peace.
in
ON
Hallowe'en Pranks Will Land OffJ
ers in Jail Tomorrow Evening]
if the Police Can
Deputy Mar
oedman
at 10 o'
disturbic
W. Mill*
the peace
S'els Warn
Catch Them.
john Wheat
the peace
Harringt
the peace
|There are
Dries about
|e being ths
here to st
iblers obj
in oi
story 1
Urn gamble
|reet. and t!
|e Third st
ifssas
Boys and Girls of Keokuk Shouldl
Very Careful Tomorrow
Evening
That No Damage
is Done.
HH
Tomorrow evening will be
lowe'en and from some unkm
1
cause, there arc young folks,
and girls, who believe that on
evening they have a license to
stroy property.
Elsewhere appears a notice fi
Marshal Kenney who is going to
his best tomorrow night to fill
calaboose with boys and giris ca'
destroying property. Besides the
ular night police force which
patrol the streets tomorrow evenin:
number of special officers will
sworn in, with instructions to bi
to the statioft anyone caught.cres
mischief and if brought to the sta
they will remain there all night
all day Sunday, being taken up
superior court on Monday and
tenced.
The fight
fing badly
cned were
have a hi
irticulars
Danger of Accidents.
On account of the electric !igl
being out and the city streets in
ness, there Is great danger of
dents if the children pull up crossi
and litter the streets and sidewal
with things.
The children do not seem to reali
that in their mischief they are brei
Ing the laws and can be prosecuti
After a few of them have been 'o
up in jail tomorrow night, they
then realize it.
On account of the darkness of
streets, special precautions will
taken by the police department
1
Wheatley
[ant to stay
tally relea
ired a lav
[cKamara's
up out ol
im Georg
ice of the
it the
ga
ifves and
lei they I
'shall
to^Vher
Is tin
me!" The
rhatever
lelr fight
drawn
ith the
irth that 1
(ling roomi
av .ollqw
,.„te
Of the fc
iharged ui
(urbing th
harged
The, figh
|ng and
round T!
as passi
separate
eceived
eck for
Just as
crowds
boyg and gIr]s bent on dojng
p,easant effect or wnat
might consider to be fun.
pUfe
f°°d
Saturday night. !the government to protect the pM
Hear Hon. John Tlann.gan at the!
frT
'njUrl°"S
1 a
drugs- It
ubl'c
and
lumbia^Mo: manufacturer. Ely Cream Balm,
j^0 successful remedy for cold in
Mrs. M. J. Friedman of Canton
is the guest of her friend, Mrs. Bert
Gridley.
Ray McNally, while playing foot ball!(,rug8 squired by the law to be me
at
mischftrrested,
a special effort will be made |out and
mak ar'rests
parenta hou,d advls)e ch|idrfhe
morrow night for a few boards tak
from crosglng and SQI?e one fa,„
and breaking a limb would not be
Mrs. Sue Tanguay entertained her praSa,n7pff^ t°of*^^hat^somc chiidn on the st
music class Thursday afternoon. Re-
,abeI-
at-
Overhulser
of
Marceiine,
went to St. Joseph Thursday to look "I have since tried many remedies ml
after patients from the county fined in without any permanent relief, u"
the asylum. I Mr
Supe
Quite
th-i pi
exciteme
1«~
tog.
The ri
evening,
order yes
ti0,
S
head and nasal catarrh, meets ful
the requirements of the new law, an
that fact is stated on every packaf
It contains none of the injuria
fceato
"I wa.
'wed fr
prepara
PrIce 50
If you
i'reefr
to use
tor
the knee and ankle,
A
George Painter was an Indiana vis-! suaded me to try
it°r last'week. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. °nl
The Teachers' association is being'bottle of which stopped it at
largely attended and fine program is! For sale by Wilkinson & Co., P"*
being rendered.
,an, ,,
Liquid Cream Balm
all the good qualities of the sol
form of this remedy and will rid
of catarrh or hay fever.
w. Miles, of this place,
maCy,
fillu wi
its tv
"trengtl
*ell."
No cocait
to breed a dreadful habit. No
cury to dry opt the secretion. Pf'1
75c., with spraying tube. All dru
gists, or mailed by Ely Bros., 56 tta
ren street, New York.
Chi
Vino]
Prepare
elemen
1
For Chronic Diarrhoea.
"While !o*the army In 1SG3J '"i
taken with chroni* diarrhoea,"
Martin George M. Felton of South Gibson, "J
tonic
*hsari
of dige
In this
Bttengi
li*orket
Chamberlain's
Coiifl
0I'ce]
and J. F- KledaUch & Son.

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