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S ft* Ra :ll fe' 5^' buff' 7 !28-!" JU Headquarters for One Overcoats to Salt Lake Ogden and points in Utah. 40-00 Vf. and other to Butte, Helena and other points in Mon tana. ^r.st Ta,n„d...lhJ,r.d.,TueSda-VS the Big Horn Basin. We make a special fea ture of Ladler Bros, and Co's and other clothcraft goods, because they make a special feature cf qual ity all-wool fabrics, the most modern and fashion able designs and modsls, the most thorough and re liable tailoring, the most perfect fitting. It pays us to sell such clothes be cause it pays you to buy them. The profit of our customers is the basis of our success and of our profits. mihrd Prices $12 to $25 In underwear we show nothing but the best quality for the price. Wool and cotton union and two piece suits SPECIAL! ONE DOLLAR This week we have a special offering in children's shoes, ranging in sizes from 8 1-2 to No. 2, in vici kid and box calf, excellent for school wear, worth $1.35 to $1.75, special this week Men's Felt Shoes By a fortunate purchase we received 51 pair of men's felt shoes, retail -raise at any store, $1.50. AA We offer these special ai S. A. IVIiller, THE SHOE MAN Round Trip Homeseekerst Rates November 17 and December 1 and 15 to Denver Colorado Springs, Pueblo. Pro portionately as low rates to other points in Eastern Colorado. 55-00 3650 365# Similar low rates to hundreds of other points west and northwest. of each month AIX DEALERS OELL Vlir.*/*!0 4 Let me give you further information and folder". $1.00 P' to Spokane and other points in Eastern Washington. to Billings, Mont., Ir you have never seen the rich irrigated fanning districts of Montana! and Wyoming you should join one of our eprsonally conducted excursions 'DeIights metropolis of the rich Yellowstone Valley. to Cody. Basin, Powell, Worland and other points in the famous Big Horn Basin. the Yellowstone Valley and C. F. CONRADT, City Passenger Agent, C., B. & Q. Railroad, Keokuk, Iowa. B. CORSETS Best Without Costing Most THEM S S O S JU ft AT S1.00 UPWARDS 7 S SECOND VICE PRESIDENT HERE Daniel Williad, Second Vice-Pres ident of the C. B. & Q. and Party of Officials Are Here. ON TOUR OF INSPECTION Left 1 Chicago Last Night and Are on Their Way to St. Louis and Will Return Over Illinois Lines. r. :,v. Rumor of the gentlemen making a trip into Illinois for the express pur pose of looking over coal interests was dispelled by Vice President Wil- aunt in Hoke. Kansas. The m. !ard this morning who stated that the Qrand Leaders Keokuk Club ,.2 only purpose for making the trip was I TO inspect the road and see how af- independents ...2 'airs along this line were going on and 3^ Peter's !. "2 seemed very much satisfied with ev- Drexe]s erything in general and well they night, as the road on this division and between St. Louis and Burling "on is in the best of condition and the past summer and faU extensive im provements have been made. I W. W. Woodin, road master of the I Q-, with offices at Hannibal, arrived in the city this morning on No. 1 and Tieeting the party of gentlemen who arrived on Xo. 12 returned with the party on the down trip and will receive such suggestions that may be forth coming from the other gentlemen of the party. Mr. Willard. now vice president of the entire Q. road all over the coun try. started in at the bottom of the ladder and has worked his way up to his present position through perse vcrence and hard work and is now one of the principal officials of that road. CHARLES NICHOLS DIED THIS MORNING Passed But Away at the Hospital After a Few Days of Illness Body to be Sent to Keosauqua, Teasing Taste r. of Toasties the Palates of yo-.ing and old folks in every walk of life. Post Toasties Crisp, Flavorv ••Golden Bnnra Flakes. A delicious dish for every meal particularly breakfast. Made of selected vhlte corn 'The Taste Lingers" iPOSlltt CEREIAL C0MPAMY, Ltd., Ba tic Creek, Mich. 1 The Daily Gate City J:- Si N .. Attached to train No. 12 this morn iag were two fine coaches, one an observation car and the other a Pull nan sleeper in which rode the second vice president of the C-. B. & Q. road, Daniel Willard and party who are on a tour of inspection over the road from Chicago to St. Louis and from St. Louis back to Chicago by way of the Q. over Illinois lines of the road, With Mr. Willard this morning were Frank E. Ward, general manager of the road with offices in Chicago. F. H. stick, general superintendent of the road, and A. X. Wiilsie, snperin tendent of the Hannibal division.! These gentlemen left Chicago yester-! day and arrived in the city this morn ing, alighted from the train and had a five minutes stroll about the station as the train was awaiting here for baggage and passengers and were in a happy frame of mind this morning, speaking genially to several newspa per representatives who spoke to them at their trip from the Illinois to the Missouri metropolis. is for coughs and colds as well as for consumption. It's easy for Scott's Emulsion to cure a cold or cough and it does it better than anything else because it builds up and strengthens at the same time. Don't wait until you get Consumption or Bronchi tis. Get The death of Charles Nichols oc curred at St. Joseph's hospital this morning at 1:30 o'clock, after a little feat and with his average of 180 was more than a week's illness. Death second to Merrill, who negotiated 1S2 came to this young citizen at quite an for the three games. early age, as hew as but thirty-eight years old. The body will be sent to Keosauqu3 tomorrow morning for burial. The surviving relatives are a grand-1 manner in which they bowled last mother, Mrs. William Edwards, and an evening would have won a victory in the I uncle in Ardmore, Oklahoma, and an almost any of the contests. Two of Scott's. Send this advertisement. together with name of paper in which it appears, your address and four cents to cover postage, and we will send you a "Complete Handy Atlas of the World" SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl Street. New York KEOKUK CLUB SENT 10 COVER Three Straight Games Fell to the Independents Last Evening at the Drexel Bowling Alleys. A FOUR CORNERED TIE Merrill Had Sheldon High Average "'and the High Score of the Evening—Was a Good Contest. Standing of the Clubs. Dresels St. Mary's Pet. 1.000 .500 .500 .500 .500 .000 Monday, Nov. 16. St. Peter's vs. Keokuk Club: at C. alleys. Grand Leaders vs. Drexels, at Drex alleys. -r Tuesday, Nov. 17. St. Mary's vs. Independents, at Drexel alleys. -•iw Results Last Evening.' 1 4 Independents 2391 Keokuk Club 2306 In a contest replete In excellent bowling the Independents defeated the peerless Keokuk Club team last even ing at the Drexel alleys before a large audience, and sent that team to the .500 mark for a four cornered tie for second position. The race is starting out in the warmest kind of manner and the defeat of the Keokuk Club has added spice to the league. The Independents, under the lead ership of Walter Maas triumphed in Napoleon like style last evening and sent the experienced recruits to cover in all three games. This was made possible by the excellent work of Mer rill, and the consistent work of the other members of the team. Sheldon made a grand effort to stave off de- Classy Work. The work of the Independents throughout was very classy and the the games were for over 800, while the third was 73". It looked as If Merrill would average 200 for the three games, as he was in fine form. His first two games! were an even 204, but on the third a slump carried him to 139. The low game of the evening 102. rnd there has been a large attendance Ihings merry in the future. Independents. 1 2 140 204 16G 162 ...135 King .. Merrill Maas .. rook .. Townsend rox 3' ...133 Sheldon ...223 Huxley ...102 Ellsworth ..184 Cor. Eighth and Main Street Don't BE OFFENDED If we ask you a somewhat personal question, but it is as much to your inter ests as ours. ARE YOU GOING TO try to MAKE THAT OVERCOAT DO FOR Still Another 1 Wintei Isn't it looking rather shabby don't you think, and besides does it pay, when Krueger is making such reasonable prices right now? Wc Want You To drop in at our estab lishment and see what we are offering, and we do not believe you will hesi tate in placing an order. Think it over. WRESTLING MATCH "r FOR KAHOKA, MO. Will be Given Thursday Evening, Nov. 19, Between Geo. Turner and Tom Cannon. was Huxley's KAHOKA, Mo., Nov. 13.—Ixiuis H. Buschling died at his home near Winchester last Saturday, aged 87 Much Enthusiasm. ears and 26 days. Funeral services When the league was organized the conducted by Rev. Raube, of War enthusiasm which has been shown saw was not looked for, but as the season deceased was one of Clark county's 1,do, interment in Neuman cemetery. advances more interest is being taken I °'dest citizens, and had been a resi-' _„,i it-.f, dcnt of the county for 48 years. «t each game. Quite a number of At the opera house Thursday even- khamberlain's Cough Remedy his young ladies of the city are orgsniz-' ing. Nov. 19, will ing into rooters clubs and will make! wrestling match between'Geo. Turned I remartablTcurM^f A'vg. 1TG 204 188 148 125 165 139 144 145 143 165 2-3 182 1-3 166 151 2-S 134 1-3 813 841 737 Keokuk Club. O 153 185 182 153 155 .. 1 Taber ...140 151 128 135 170 106 148 2-3 ISO 141 2-3 145 788 828 090 the Grinncll cyclone, and Tom Can non, tho English ex-champion. The Creek demon will referee the match. Len Pryer and Miss Bessie Clampltt. of Warsaw, were united in marriage Monday by Justice Joo Murphy. •F. W. Murphy, editor of the Bur lington Saturday ISvenlng Post, and wifo were, tho guests of county rela ives the first of the week, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hess living I one mile west of town, celebrated their Kilver wedding anniversary November Avg. A number of relatives and friends 150 of this estimable couple gathered at their home and helped them celebrate the happy event. A sumptuous din ner was served. Walter Fish and Miss Hulda Heinz were united in marriage Tues day by Rev. C. D. Reichle at the home' BEAUTIFUL STYLISH GARMENTS $16.SO to $25.00 We have suits at these prices that would as tonish anyone who had never seen one of them. The showing is exceedingly large and has been selected with as much or even more careful consideration tha nwould be required in the more expensive lines, and we will have nothing but the best. These are shown in so many different styles that there something suitable for every one. They come in both plainly tailored and trimmed effects in cheviots, serges, worsted and broadcloth and in all the staple colors and the new fall shades: (Si THE GOLDEN RULE Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. FOR SALE BY WILKINSON & CO. AND J. P. KIEDAISCH & SONS. •fr fi Is t- Jk* ^5 St Henry F. Krueger The Tailor' The pupils of Mrs. Sue Tanguary gave a splendid musical recital at her I home last Saturday afternoon. Revival meetings are scheduled to commence at several of our churches in the near future. Clark county republicans made no demonstration over the election of a republican governor—the first in forty years. s? How to Cure a Cold. Be an careful as you can you will occasionally take cold, and when yo*i get a medicine of known reliabil- 1(.v .. ..." an oulf ablished repu- ,k °er ®®ect FRIDAY, NOV. 13, i908 it RIGHT NOW is the time to make your se lection of your winter cloaks while assortments are unbroken. Our line consists of Broadcloth and kerseys in black and colors. All of .this season's models in low, medium, and the more expensive grades. Quality is noticeable throughout our Millinery, Dry Goods and Shoe departments and the cost to you no more than inferior articles. 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 1 having POND LILY CREAMERY MADE IN KEOKUK "INDIAN HEAD •figPtfeti mm jy Shirts, Overalls and Pants are fast coming to the front. Help Keokuk by wearing "INDIAN HEAD" made Clothing. Every garment fits and will give sat isfaction to xthe wearer. the of Herman Heinze. They have best wishes of many friends. Notwithstanding the fact that both the circuit and probate courts are in session, very few people are in town. I James Pulton of this city is off on a hunting trip in south Missouri. I A number of Clark countians will probably attend the big Hadley dem onstratlon in St. Louis Saturday night a 11 nas rth"stat,"°n most com mon ailment, and can always be de pended upon. It acts on nature's plan, relieves the lungs, aids expector ation, opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. During th^ many years in which it has been in general use we have yet to learn of a single rase of cold or attack of the grip hav ing resulted in pneumonia when this romedy was used, which shows con- Too Risky I To Aatfyour doctor if he does not think it New Discovery FOR C8SS! 18 AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. OUABANTEED SATISFAOTOBI OB. MONEY REFUNDED. clusively that it is a certain proven-1 tlve of that dangerous disease. Cbanv berlain's Cough Remedy conta.ns no opium or other narcotic and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult. For sale by Walkinson & Co., pharmacy, and J. F. Kiedi.isch & Son. Few Women Voted. MONMOUTH, 111./ Nov. 13.—Onlr seven women voted at the recent elec tion in Warren county, the expense to the county being about $15 each. Silas W. Petitt Dead. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 13.—Silas W. Petitt, one of the best known cor poration and contitutional lawyers l" the country, was found dead in his of fice in this city Thursday night. He was seated at his desk and had been Ftricken while in the act of writing letter, f!t Also a ing 40 Keokuk, Iowa Cores Backachj Corrects Irregularities Do not risk having I Bright's Disease or Diabetes 1 I KILL.THE COUCH in CURE THE w,th II iNove iDecei slon Pa! Davenpc VI LUNCSI Dr. King's IColoi Over J5 |ind cor l- ,, 'A hard i:hill, pain through the chest, difficult breathing." If this should be your experience, send for your doctor. It may be pneumonia I doctor Would heahe for you to keep a bottle \^J^j^^^^ectoralin the house, doctor yourself would be too risky. If your cannot come at once, give Ayer's Cherry Fcctoral. When he comes, tell him exactly What you have done 1-: «l 18. Ham hi 6S.fi J.O.Ay»rCo.tM»»».Lawn.