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a a in an no a it in
ffeatiTHtf.VlNSCHEMlQALCQ. gent or pnitonous.
IN IN N A I So
Watched Fifteen Years.
"For fifteen years I have watched
the working of Bucklen'c Arnica
Salve and it has never failed to cure
any sore, boil, ulcer or burn to which
it was applied. It has saved us many
a doctor bill," says A. F. 1-Iardy, of
East Wilton. Main. 25c at Wilkinson
& Co. and J, F. Kiedaisch & Son drug
BELT HAS SIGNED
Already There Are Twelve Base Ball
Artists Ready to Join the^
Ranks of the Keokuk
MEETING HELD TONIGHT
Every Base Ball Fan In the City is
.. Requested to be Present and
Take Part in Rs-or-
Association to be held in Keokuk about
the 20th of November. This meeting
Is to follow the meeting held in Chi
cago this week and a circuit will be
Keokuk fans are showing interest in
'he meeting to be held this evening
and a large attendance is looked for.
Treasurer Louis Sterne ill be pres
ent with his books in order that thev
may be examined by any one who
wished to do so. The meeting is open
to all and the larger the attendance
Clinton has dropped from the
Three-I league and Davenport has de
cided to purchase the franchise and
again enter the league. This will re-
MEN AND WOMEN.
Use Big Gforonnatarml
irntotiooi or alceratlona
of maco OB raombrioes*
Ib 1 to d«yt,
cov to •trietum.
38nir ®®nt in plain
TWHHWrfflB tl .00. Or 3 ho UlPB $2 7iS
in ihr -Va1
la ssoc atl0u and
strongly on Hannibal and Galosburg.
If you prefer to use an atomizer, ask
for Liquid Cream Balm. It has all the
"°od qualities of the solid form of
this remedy and will rid you of catarrh
or hay fever. No cocaine to breed a
dreadful habit. No mercury to dry out
'he secretion. Price 75c., with spray
ing tube. All druggists, or mailed by
Ely Bros., 56 Warren street, New
Lee County in the Legislature.
Des Moines Register and Leader:
Lee county is gradually making her
way into the Republican column. In
advertantly the statement has gone
out that she has just elected a Re
publican member of the legislature,
for the first time in many years. As
a matter of fact she has sent Republi
can members before. Hon. Charles
A. Kennedy, just elected congressman
by an increased plurality, was in the
Thirty-first general assembly and
John B. Mason was in the Thirty-sec
ond general assembly from Lee coun
ty. The new Republican member suc
ceeding Messrs. Mason and Kennedy
Smart Clothes for Young Men
a workout next season. Among those ta and the northern portion of the
signed are three catchers, three in- Mississippi valley and showers
I fielders, three pitchers and several Texas, Arkansas and Missouri.
a second baseman who will make Ro
S USUAL we show the Young men his ideal Suit, W^e have
the dashing models distinctly different from1 the conservative
lines and styles you meet every where.
The Young Men depend upon us to supply these Suits full of
the spice and individuality so dear to their hearts and we never disap
If you do your part by coming in, we'll do ours by showing you
the Price ever bought.
602-604 AMfJV STREET*
is Lcroy G. Jones of Fort Madison who
is able and energetic enough to main
tain the high standard of public ser
vice established by his predecessors.
Republicans believe that before long
Lee county will be sending up a solid
Republican legislative delegation.
TODAY'S WEATHER FORECAST.
Indications for Iowa, Illinois ar.d Mis
souri Wired From Chicago. ..
For Keokuk and Vicinity: Partly
cloudy tonight. Probably showers
Wednesday not much change -n tem
Fo- Illinois: Partly cloudy tonight
md Wednesday with probably show
nr3 south portion not much change
land hustle to retain his position on
Belt will be in Keokuk witnin the
next two weeks, and expects to be
here for the meeting of the Central
For Iowa: Partly cloudy tonight'
and Wednesday not much change in
I For Missouri: Probably rain to
jnirht and Wednesday not much
change in temperature.
V. Weather Conditions..
An area of low pressure in the
southwest is central in New Mexico,
Manager Frank Belt has probably! and the high barometer In Montana
been the busiest manager in the Cen-1 is Increasing, with decidedly cold
t.ral Association during the past weather in the Upper Missouri val
month, and in a letter received* today ley.
he states the he has signed quite a
number of players who will be given I the north in Kansas, Nebraska Dako-.fr0^
There have been snow flurries in
lie north in Kans*., Nehrask* TmknJ
Fid.Stage. Height. Chng R'nfall
About George Pennington.
George Pennington, the crack third
baseman of the Waterloo Champs, has
applied to Kewanee for the position of the river Is 1 foot
manager of that team. Pennington is low water mark, a
still Uie property of the Waterloo
team, but would be released in all
probability for a money consideration
or a trade. He would be a good man
Nov. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather
9 7 2 9 9 2 4 3 S W a
10. 7a.m 30.00 35 NE Cloudy
River above low water of 1864. 1
foot, 9 tenths change in 24 hours, fall
Mean temperature, 46.
Maximum temperature, 59. .•
Minimum temperature, 33.
FRED Z. GOSEWISCII,
Colonel Hepburn's Defeat.
Des Moines Register and. Leader:
-I*., So long as any long term congressman
i"S-a l*038"'"'! was to be elected or any congressman
the age of retirement, it Is to be re-
be ng turned more gretted that Colonel Hepburn was
picked for defeat.
Colonel Hepburn has been a free
lance in congress for nearly a quarter
The Daily Gate City
of a century. He has been a terror
to his enemies and a power of strength
.o any cause he has chosen to cham-
Pion. He will be as much uijssed as
any man in Washington.
troyed by fire. Mrs. Carey and her
*ix children and Mrs. Gillespie, a
school teacher, were cremated. The
father will also die from his burns.
ing a protracting meeting at Bethel.
Miss Jessie Anderson is attending
thS"'section tonight" probSrSoi"
C® Yag®r h*s 1
C, B. & Q. Bridge, Burlington, Iowaj
November 9.—The present stage of-.
itj| jajeM uoaipuni Ptyiatl
50ui 3!j) pajnjoejnueui V.ojB
3A9 HJB3 jamofl 3iuB|d ,(onjeA
'31,, JS3J03.IB 0l|} (0
•il PUB tlEag EOOOQ oq} UJ0JJ
^'ss Gertrude Butler.
-0 fi I
of Colorado is
the embalming business.
8 inches above
rise of inch:
since last reiort.
The river will fall slowly.
OF HAMILTON MAN
George Voorhies and a Friend Tried
to Board the Wabash Passen
moving in as soon as It is completed, Ave., Sari Francisco, recommendc a
Charles Davidson was a Kahoka remedy for stomach trouble. She says:
caller Saturday. "Gratitude for thd wonderful effect of
William Gibbons and Willtam
called to Wayland to preach the fun-1
eral of Mr. Hagerman_who died .there!
Mrs. Langdon of Talma, Wash., Savedi
Mr. and Mrs. Agness Falkinburgh Electric Bitters in a case of acute in-
visited Sunday with their grandpar-j digestion, prompts this testimonial I
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Van Falkinburgh, am fully convinced that for stomach
Dr. Geeslin, wife and daughter, I the best remedy on the market today
Lenorti, attended the entertainment This great tonic and alterative medl
given by the Rebeccas at Ashton Sat-
ger Train This Morning as
it Was Pulling
CUT A GASH ON HIS HEAD
Flagman at the Johnson Street Cross-
ing Had Warned the Men to
Keep Back But the Men
Paid no Attention.
As Wabash train No. 50 was pull
ing out this morning at 8:45, a fellow
by the name of George Voorhies and
a pal ran from a saloon at the corner
of Water and Main streets, and as
Voorhies reached up to grab the han
dle on the side of the smoking car the
steps of the coach struck him and
he was knocked down on his back
and had a gash cut in his head when
helped to his feet by the flagman and
others who rushed to the man and
i-K u..i nsiii. ub nuiuu .loniison street crossing, told the fel-:
many members even from Iowa, who once of liquor and it was dangerous'
(.ould have been much better spared. for him to attempt to board the train
tier at Talma, Chelan county, Wash- men ot this character. Two who
ington, has been ^warded a silver never ceased their labors have -ecent
medal by the Carnegie hero fund com-|ly sent to the department what they
mission for bravery displayed at the5 protest shall be their last active ef
risk of her own life in saving Mrs. forts—they maintain they have cleared
Jacques and two helpless children, ter, D. D„ of Burlington and
from death by freezing in the snow their desks. These are'William Sal
and ice crusts on the north bank of: Shaffer, M. D.. of Keokuk These
Lake Chelan, west of Spokane, last name* appnar in the early correspond
January. The heroic act was per- ence of the department and from that
formed during a cold after Mpe. time to the present thej 'cT th
Jacques and her little children had, frequency not exceeded by any others
been driven from their home by fire., and ever with wisdom where wise
The nearest point was the Langdoh counsels a ere wise
home, three quarters of a mile away, tcrial tsktlo^
toward which the half-frozen mother provided iVitlf
and three children crept in the face E
the woman's cries, and dressing her-' iotri,,
pelf and strapping on a pair of snow HEhtv vMr=
shoes, she went to the rescue. She lately
succeeded in saving the woman and' j!a
two children, the third, perishing be-^,if,
frozen and she collapsed after bring
iag the child's body to a place of safe
ty. F. M. Wilmot, manager of the
commission, who made a trip across
-:aid that the
would test the nerves of a strong man
task undertaken Mrs.
ubijcu ij use man ana
pulled out of tJle of the. danger
of belng run over by
lowlng the smoker.
After he took the part of the Presi- james Hogan, the flagman at the
ent in the rate bill fight he worked Johnson street crossing, told the fel
of a blinding storm clad only in their |0f their faculty h"k »t.C?Ujate
night clothes. Mrs. Langdon heard!
the coach fol-
!:ke a Trojan. WTiat he does he doss.now as he was running to cat^h thel^enne^- "^e doctor is an old-time
-vith his might. It is an honorable rec- train to keep back as he noticed
erd to retire on. But there were that Voorhies was under the influ-1
condition he was in and also
Mother and Children Cremated. told Voorhies' pal to keep back as he|root
WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Nov. 7.— I was also the worse for liquor. The j!Ie forecasted the result in Lee county
Word was received here today that two used abusive language to the j1or the Hawk-Eye one week in ad
he home of Edward Carey was des- flagman who flagged the engineer to
stop as soon as the man was knock
ed known. The train was moving slow
iy. just pulling out and had it been
oing at faster rate than it was this
There was no preaching here Sun- «nJurei worse than having the gash as to the age of Ann put a ridiculous
IV on nnpft- tit r»f Rav Wniio/tA 111 the back of hta honH A TxrK4olfif ...
flay on acco- nt of Rev. Wallace hold-
1n the back
tlme of his faI1
home! tl?elStr1eet car!force
he went to har-l company in this city but has not
est. been working here of late. A numi-1
There was a large crowd gathered ^er People rushed to his assistance
I Thursday night and gave a surprise
Flagman James Hogan when he
knocked down and it was good
here that they'did as" the man"wo"uM have,
visiting with Mrs. Alvin Bellowes andlpeen instantly killed. The other fel-
Wednesday, possibly turning to I* (low took the street car and came upi
Miss Ruth Honchen of Kahcka vis-! town. Voorhies' injuries were notj
River Bulletin 'r''y''Ptec® here last week with her friends,
Ostrach goes to Kansas City! car for Hamilton where he lives.
The residence of John Peters -Is} How Is Your Digestion. Be Fair Even With Mr. Cannon,
nearing completion. They intend| Mrs. Mary Dowling of No. 228 8tti!''
and liver trouble® Electric Bitters is
invigorates the system, purifies
Leake of Alexandria were here Sat- nvmtjnson & Co and vioioi I nrooe»io,i tr,
Ciearmg off their Desks.
Annals of Iowa for October: Nothing
in the lives of prudent, methodical
men is more admirable than their cus-j
torn of clearing their desks of each
Mrs. Jacque's and Two Help. work laid out in earlv life. No one
less Children. but the designer of a life's work can lompers, he had resolutions
[Gate City Special Service.] so perfectly complete it. The Histor-! against the speaker because th„
SPOKANE, Wash., Nov. 10.—Mrs.! ical Department is indebted for its ex-! er had told Mr. Gompers «n
Marie V. B. Langdon, wife ot a set-'fstence largely to strong nnrt I
Oysters With S
Oysters with the true oyster flavor—
the kind you've smacked your lips
over at the shore.
r.iorning, the man would have been know of any in existence.
killed by the coach following the! Dr. Barr is a clean, quick-witted, re
smoker. sourccful political worker and man-
Voorhies is a large man weighing! ager, who never descends to personal
in the neighborhood of 240 pounds ities or ward political methods. His
nnd his fall was naturally hard.. calm reply to the Democratic oppon
though it was lucky that he was not, nnts of Kennedy involving a question
head. A whisky
which was in his pocket at the
and came un
and he took the interurban!
blood and is especially helnful In house of renrPKentaH,,*,., -m.
forms of female weakness 50c at' blamed it all on Sneaker
urday looking up a place to rent. X-Soi dra?ttore F.. Kiedaisch oceed^l to pass resolutions against
Rev. Scott Miller of this nlace wa- -i
tay's accumulated work. Fully as! ence. The bishops and elders con
»s that act of busy, strong and tinued to abuse the s|)eaker innocent
their effort at finishing
that misht be
In their own
00111 are over
j'ore' she could make the final trln.! the department, and as usual
final trlp.i ,vitilr,„t ~.
^Irs. I^angdon's hands and feet were
to verify these facts, I tfr, "n.
augmenting the collec-
to the state.
Jieurisj and consumption will soon
••trengthen your lungs with
is a little woman, ^eak l"nKs, w.
norvoc nf otr*r*w%rr HOJlfiV 171 r? Tnr i.1..
They are shipped in a steel container,
air-tight, sealed, packed with ice
around the container. No ice or water touches the oysters
meats—perfect and unbroken.
"Sealshipt" Oysters go further and taste so different!
Come ana see them.
Ask for "SEALSHIPT SENSE
All the following dealers sell "Sealshipt": I
prevent serious results.
Frank J. Ewers, Joseph Haubert, M. L. Hollim
Slocum Ice Cream Co., George Immegart
Dr. Barr's Good Work.
Burlington Hawk-Eye: The work
of G. Walter Barr, as chief assistant
of Chairman Scott In thd First district
exceedingly helpful tr.
districts for his candi-
the state of Illinois, where
before he came to Towa.
Barr has a way
situations that is remarkable.'
of the election and missed the
county for Kennedy just eighty-four
\otes according to yesterday's revis
ion. If that isn't political foresight
and sagacity the Hawk-Eye doesn't
^c*.v *1*5 iivi «uia ui rv«uiieuy lnvoiviQg a question
ucLuei. ai mc iiUn wuicn mey were firing at Ken-
the phone office while Miss Snow contents wet the ground all around every time they attempted to
Jones is away on a visit. the place where he fell. The fellow the Cannon question and killed
light on the Cannon speakership ques
tion which they were firing at Ken-
was smashed and the nedy. It made the Democrats foolish
v,v»^ hue abicuiylcu lO irepeat
Rapids Republican- A man
occasionally, that anyhow
Hke Speaker Cannon
most obstinate coughs and colds, and
The genuine "Sealshipt" Oysters arc always snirf I
White Porcelain Display Case bearing the "Sealshint'^V I
mark in blue. This is for your protect
The "Sealshipt" Carrier System
getting at the
that query might have had.
for Infants and Children.
I The Kind You Have Always Bouelit
not like him. But ha it never oc
curred to such a man that he is not
Judging Speaker Cannon on his merits,
but simply on reports. For instance!
the prohibitionists last year were very
much disappointed because of the
failure of a certain liquor bill in the
or reason. The iu-
dietary committee of the house made
statement to th0 effect that the bill
billed in that committee because
deemed unconstitutional and
it never came before the siipak-
But that made no diffpr
though he was of all ofTe'ndinir in
that respect. And there wa
\x ,JV S*
TUESDAY, NOV. 10
patentcd fnf lM
ments will be prosecuted to the full extent of the I
NATIONAL OYSTER CARRIER COMPAN
South Nor*al1t, Connecticut. *Ui AWl
"I u»«d Cucarcts and feel like a newur- 1
be«n mfferer from dy«pep«i» and loor •'urn
for tfca lait two yoara. Ihav« been
etna and othar drnea.'bat could find no
and has helped carry
a short tlmo. I will rocommend Caicirtul
my friends as the only thing for lndleeuloo I
•our stomach and to keep the bovrclt fo coodj
dltlon. They are very nice to eat."
Harry Stuckley, Much Chunk,)
Plo&aant, Palntable, Potent, Tast^ Good, Do 6a
Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe, 10c, 25c.Me.Kq
•old in bulk. T}i« conutne tablet stnnipcd Cd
Guftrantood to care or your i^oney back.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y, I
ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXfl
that he would take orders from
own conscience rather than from
president of the American Federatj
of Labor. When the case for Mr.
non had been properly stated in
own district, the union labor men!
that district supported him and helf
to roll up the usual majority for hi
The truth of the matter is tl
Speaker Cannon has been misred
sened and maligned and every
and right thinking man ought to
pride in the fact that the truth
still triumph at the polls, ln the f|
of all misrepresentations. As far]
we are concerned, the only interest
have in Speaker Cannon is this f|
that he represents an Instance of I
fact that the tr-ith and the right]
umph over base attacks and false
The above is the name of a Ger
chemical, which is one*of the
valuable ingredients of Foley's
ney Remedy. Hexamethylenst
mine is recognized by medical
books and authorities as a uric
solvent and antiseptic for the
Take Foley's Kidney Remedy as
as you notice any irregularities,
avoid a serious malady. WilkinsoiJ
WASHINGTON, Nov. -J—Sol
Joaquin De Casus, the former 3lj
can ambassador to America, is hi
and authorizes his denial he is to'
the successor to Senor Creel as
Mind Your Business!
If you don't noborly will. It is yd
business to keep ou: of all the tronj
yoii can and you -an and wiU
out of liver and bwel trouble if
take Dr. King's N Life Pills. Tri
keep biliousness, rr alaria and jaundl
out of your systeir. 25c at Wilkl"^
& Co. and J. F. «daisch & Son di|
$350 4.00 500
•A FIT YOUR
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