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MONDAY, NOV. 23, 1908.
POULTRY SHOW OPENS TOMORROW First Annual Exhibit by the Tri- State Poultry and Pet Stock Association This Week. AT NOS. 609-611 MAIN ST. There Are a Large Number of Entries and Many Special Prizes Are Offered For the Best Fowls, Etc. The first annual exhibition of the Tri-State Poultry and Pet Stock Asso ciation opens tomorrow morning in the big building Nos. 609-611 Main street and will continue through the week. Tho show will be open each day from 8 i:i the morning until 10 o'clock In the evening and will no doubt attract large crowds each day. The interior of the building has been transformed into a beautiful sce^e for the walls .have been deco rated with flags and evergreens and the exhibit coops arranged in an at tractive manner. There will be many exhibitors and all kinds of fancy poultry will be shown. The management has offered premiums 4n all departments, includ ing a number of fine and there promises to be an exceedingly large display of all kinds of poultry. W. S. Russell of Ottumwa has been secured as the judge and is a nv.n ex perienced in the business. His awards will be fair and correct. A 4, The admission fees for spectators will be 2 cents, but season tickets can be purchased at 50 cents which will admit the iholder at any and all times. Children will be charged lu cents. 67 Special Premiums. Besides the ribbons and cash pre miums offered by the association, there are sixty-seven premiums offer ed, including cups and merchandise, donated by Keokuk merchants and others. There will be chickens of all kinds exhibited, also ducks, turkeys and other fowls, also eggs. There are 17 classifications In the .poultry depart ment. The association hts is&red a neat and attractive booklet regarding the show, containing a full list of the premiums and awards and much val uable information to the poultry own er or fancier. The association has been working hard to make their first show a success and no doubt the ex hibit will be attended by largo crowds each day. Fred Schlotter, vice president of the association, will act as superin tendent of the mow and J. M. Skinner, the president will serve as the judge pigeons and pet stock. CECELIAN MUSIC ALE AT ST. PETER'S HALL Pupils cf Music Class Entertained Friends in Honor of Feast Day Saturday. Th( many students of the music class of St. Vincent's Academy enter tained about two hundred friends Sat urday afternoon at St. Peter's hall, the event being in honor of the feast of St. Cecelia. Prof. Zoellnc and Mrs. Frank Brown were on the program for several numbers and the musicale was an excellent one throughout. The following program was carried out: Program Hymn to St. Cecelia Class Reading, "St. Cecelia". Marie Mocller FIRST GRADE. "First Waltz" Gertrude Rovane "A Candy Pull" ... Frances Sansone "Dorothy Polka" ... Blanche Sandidge SECOND GRADE. "Golden Stars" Marie Faber Shade Department •nnBHBHBI Early Holiday S pec ial for This Week Regular 50c Oil Shades in Sec it is a 17',EMH Limit of Six to a Customer Duncan-Scliell Furniture Co. •'Dancing Maiden" Rose Mary Finigan i0tic Marcl1" Margaret Sansone Meadow Waltz" ... Joseph Greaves —to uavotte'' ... Calestine Welsh 'Thoughts of Home" .., Elizabeth Donnelly THIRD GRADE. "Birds at the Brook" Emmanuella Flood ^Melody of Love" ... Asalyne Ewers Song of the Alps" ... Helen Finigan FOURTH GRADE. "Oh Lofty Thoughts" .... Gertrude LeFevre "The Harp at Midnight".'... ....Loretto Weldon Dancing Wavelets" fifth grade.. ....Ruth Crowley SIXTH GRADE. Reading -'Mozart" Rose Mary Welsh ''II Trovatore" Marie Moeller "Lily of the Valley Mazurka'' ....Harry Crimmins Finale Rose Welsh Readings Selected Mrs. Frank Brown. Violin Recital pr0f. A. Zoellner Mozart's Minuet Rles's Adagio De Berict's Gth Air Varie Gounod's Communion and 'i*1 Gounod's Hymn to St. Cecelia.'" How to Treat a Sprain. Sprains, swellings and lameness are promptly relieved by Chamberlain's Liniment. This liniment reduces in flammation and soreness so that a sprain my be cured in about one-third the time required by the usual treat ment. 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by Wilkinson & Co., pharmacy, and J. F. Kiedaisch & Son. If you suffer from constipation and liver trouble Foley's Orino Laxative will cure you permanently by stimu lating the digestive organs so they will act naturally. Foley's Orino Lax ative does not gripe, is pleasant to take and you do not have to take laxa tives continually after taking Orino. Why continue to be the slave of pills and tablets. Wilkinson & Co. LIST OF JURORS FOR FEDERAL COURT Twenty-five Names Drawn for Petit and Same Number for the ... Grand Jury. Grand Jurors. L. R. Ackle.v, Davenport. Herman Anderson, Burlington. E. E. Hilles, Eldon. John Harness. Mt. Sterling. A. B. Hook, Wapello. D. J. Johnston. Hatavia, R. F. D. E. E. Lucas, Fairfield. F. E. Metz, Fairfield, R. F. D. J. B. Murray, Cairo. A. S. McEllinney, Burlington C. E. McLeran, Mt. Pleasnt. Horace Patterson, Burlington. Nels Peterson, Olds. .T. S. Robertson. Mt. Pleasant. H. E. Snider, Mt. Pleasant. William Wilson, Letts. F. F. Wilson, Ottumwa, R. F. D. Ray Whisler, Morning Sun. James Young, Ottumwa, R. F. D. C. W. Butler, Morning Sun. Petit Jurors. G. W. Alexander, Bonaparte. Frank Butler, Des Moines. Frank Brown, Morning Sun. W. F. Beik, Grand View. J. W. Blackford, llillsboro. Xcwton Hat tin, Bloomfield. C. L. Cox, Fairfield, R. F. D. Thomas DeHart, Keosauqua. J. C. Frame, Salem, R. F. D. No. 2. John G. Grim, Wapello. Sherman llillesay, Burlington F. D. R. F. D. H. C. Seymour, Danville. John Sterling, Burlington. A. J. Werthmen, Davenport. F. V. Wilson. Morning Sun. R. John P. Hiltquist, Swedesburg W. W. Jackson, Douds-Leando. IT. R. Letts, Lettsville. George I/nig. Ottumwa, R. I« J. H. Lute, Mt. Pleasant. Audley Molis, Muscatine. .Tohn Mntheson, Keosauqua. M. C. Payne. Wayland. Benjamlne Ream, Keosauqua, R. F. D. D. meint serious results. Wilkinson Co cold Is expelled PERSONA1 MacDill Moorhead of New York City, son of Dr. and Mrs. Moorhead of this city, is here for a visit. Samuel Cameron of Jacksonville, 111., was a Keokuk visitors yesterday. E. E. Coombs of the Irwin-Phillips company departed this afternoon for New York, wher.e he will remain for several weeks on business. Miss Nina Moseley hc.s returned home from an extended visit through the south, including New Orelans. Centerville Citizen: Miss Hattie Greaves of Keokuk is visiting in this city with her niece and will also visit with her sister at Brazil. Nauvoo Independent: Mrs. Wm. Clark and daughter, Mrs. M. Baumert, jr., left yesterday for Keokuk for a few days' visit with relatives. The latter will spend Sunday with Miss Lillian Lapsley at Warsaw. Mrs. Elmer R. Park and children of Donnellson visited Sunday with Mrs. Park's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hel wig. Mrs. Mary Burd Johnson of Chicago is visiting Mrs. Margaret Perry and other friends in the city. W. S. Hamilton of Fort Madison was in Keokuk today looking after court matters. Judge Wm. Logan was in Glenwood, matters and visiting with relatives. Archer Miller of the local freight offices returned this morning from a business trip in Illinois. Miss Merle Davis returned from a few days visit in Kirkwood, 111. Max Zoellner, mnaager of. the "Mummy and the Humming Bird" company departed this mornig for St. Louis where he will make an en gagement for the company. Grant Wiltey of Kahoka was an over Sunday visitor in the city. W. C. Enlow returned from a busi ness trip to Quincy this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Overton de parted for Quincy this morning after spending Sunday with Mr. Overton's parents Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Overton. Frank Wahlgren, clerk of the Fed- spend a vacation hunting in that part ent during the day and many geese eral court, has just received the list of the state. Mr. Nichols was accom- and turkeys were won during the of jurors drawn for the October term panied by his father, J. E. Nichols. day. which was postponed until December s. 8. The Jurors were drawn on Octo- arrive this evening to spend Thanks-j 13. & H. slaughter sale Saturday, come ber 3 by Clerk McArthur and JuryjgjVjng with his mother, Mrs. P. S.' again, and come soon, for goods are Commissioner John W. Hobbs, and Mills. going fast. consist of twenty-five names for both the grand jury and petit jury, as fol lows W. H. Blume, Middletown R. F. D. O'Day. made for the minstrel given bv St. W. F. Cave, Burlington. L. E. Williams has returned from a Francis De Sales church next Wednes George Chisman, Ottumwa R. F. D. trip of several days in Missouri and (jay evening at the church hall. Frank Erlckson, Lockridge. Iowa. large number of fine bronze tur Richard Fisher. Fairfield, R.- F. D. Will Fields, who has been visiting ^evs and other fowls were shipped to |Jn the city with friends returned to his home in Cameron, Mo., last even-. ing, after a pleasant visit. Miss Mary Alexander leaves evening for St. Txmis for a visit. morrow for Ottumwa where they will Grenada, Colo. CITY NEWS Miss Clara Doll, secretary of the Y. W. C. A. is unable to attend to her duties at tlie association today on ac-J count of illness. I In the district court today, default was entered in the divorce case of Roxie Evans vs. Wm. Evans. Cruel treatment was the grounds for the di vorce. Charles Smith was sentenced to I five days in the city jail for being drunk, in the superior court this morn ing, but sentence was suspended upon the payment of costs. Justice James R. Burrova had three guests today. He gave "Joe Watkins days for being drunk, Frank Ownes days for helng drunk and a hobo named Joe Blank, 4 days for jumping 011 a train. Laugh with the vaudeville stars at. Dodge's theater tonight. On Saturday evening the members of the Pilgrim's Rest Baptist church George Schencrman, Mt. Pleasant,] stepped in on their pastor. Rev W. T. Green, and gave him an enjoyable sur prise which was in the nature of a "storm party" and many good things in the edible line were given to the pastor. A large quantity of flour and other groceries being in the giv ing. The evening was enjoyably Winter blasts, causing pneumonia, pleurisy and consumption will soon bo here. Cure your cough now, and strengthen your lungs with Foley's! Honey and Tar. Do not. risk starting the winter with weak lungs, when Folev's Honev and Tar will cure the, .. moot obstinate coughs and colds, and! &1 Foley's Honev and Tar clears the! air passages, s'tops the irritation in: fuse any but the genuine in the yol tow package. Wilkinson & Co. Use a Gate City want ad and get results. spent bv about forty members at the parsonage, and all had a pleasant, even-i cha I him with assault with intent to com- mlt ralie- The takon l,lace the throat soothes the inflamed meni- Funeral services for the late Mrs. The Daily Gate City One of the mo?l common of blood dis* eases, is much aggravated bv the sudden changes of_ weather at tiiis time of year. Begin treatment at once with Hood's Sarsapnrilla, which effects rad ical and permanent cures. This great medicine has received 40,366 Testimonials in two years, which prove its wonderful efficacy in purifying and enriching the blood. Best for all blood diseases. In usual liquid form or chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs. 100 doses $1. CITY NEWS $ 4 Mo., today looking after business Westminster church have been painted Buy Springfield coal at Sinton's. Mrs. Martha E. Dunn of Fort Madi son is visiting friends in the city. Thanksgiving market at the Congre gational chapel, Wednesday, Novem ber 25, 2:30 p. m. R. T. Hill of New York spoke at the boys' Sunday afternoon meeting at the Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon. Come to the Congregational chapel for Thanksgiving pies and cakes. Wednesday, 2:30 p. m. R. T. Hill of New York spoke at the boys' Sunday afternoon meeting at the Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon.' .,,""17 The large entrance doors to the a fresh green and adds much to the ^a"'n£ exterior appearance of that edifice. The sale of seats for "It's All on the Quiet" opens tomorrow morning, 10 o'clock. St. Francis De Sales minstrel next Wednesday evening will doubtlessly be largely attended as Keokuk's best home talent will take part. See those new $5 and $6 Bonaparte *n®'' pants, going at Miss Margaret Williamson spent slaughter sale. Sunday at her home in Sandusky. Miss Garnet Benbow leaves some Jas. McLaughlin a former Keokuk time soon for Italy where she will resident and now of Peoria was a vis-: complete her course of the Italian itor in the city Saturday. )the dty from Montrose this Dr. Peter Scanlon has gone to Min neapolis for a short stay. Sunday with friends in Keokuk. !„. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Cherry leave tn-' 0n visit for several weeks with relatives Reading Club of the Pilsrim Rest noon. before leaving for their new home in Baptist, church will be open during the "gainst h.m in the superior court by bash, is here trying to run down the Alice Roberts, also colored, charging robbers who broke into the box car this after- noon Lancev of that piace. The fowls will be placed on exhibition at the Poultry show. "Its All on the Quiet" at the Grand Thanksgiving matinee and night. Royal Neighbors and Woodmen dance Thursday night, Thanksgiving. R,ghls of «dmisslotl reserved. The sale of seats for "The Mummy Remedy today, and the Humming Bird" opens Wed-j nesday morning. 10 o'clock. Funeral services for the late Levi Hays were conducted Sunday after noon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Armentrout, R2G North Thir teenth street, by Rev. Sanders, pastor of the First Baptist church. The pall bearers were the following gentlemen: T)r S W. Moorhead. C. L. Becker. W. H. Bowman. D. W. llaggerty, W. S. Sample, and E. S. Cushman. St. Francis de Sales minstrel next Wednesday. is today enclosing his motion picture machine in a steel operating room,, and there is now no possibility of Are emanating from this cource. as there is an automatic arrangement whereby, should a film catch Tire, the steel doors are closed, and the blaze is con fined with the steel roonu Manager Dodge is determined to make his the ater up-to-date in every respect, and ki,0|) i( t]ierP. tIl0 bj,? tonight. George Boyd, colored, is locked up. Secure your seats tomorrow for the! at the police station, under a serious Thanksgiving attraction at the Grand.' .f ormation being filed nan Sullivan, detective for the Wa- on Saturday. anfl branes, and the most obstinate cough G. Davis were held this afjernoon arrested Saturday on suspicion, were disappears. Sore and inflamed lungs I at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. turned loose from the city jail this are healed nd strengthened, and the I- Cook, 1212 Fulton street, at 2:30 morning and the fourth man has not conducted by Rev. J. W. Potter. There were quite a number of friends of the family present at the services. The body was laid to rest in Oakland cem etery. WANT COLUMN WANTEDr WANTED—50u men to learn barber trade and take positions waiting our graduates. Few weekc completes. Constant practice furinahed, scholar ship include: tools, instructions, demonstrations, examinations and di plomas. Write for catalogue. Moler Barber College, St. Louis. .Mo. tf. rOR RENT. FOR RENT—Dwelling with gas, bath and barn. Also farm near Keokuk. Inquire 727 Morgan streot. tf FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms for housekeeping, furnace heat. In quiro 202 Blondeau. it. FOR RENT—Furnished room north side, fine location. Address I\, care Gate City. it. TOR SALE. FOR SALE—Dry oak wood. Seymour Strickler, 215 CC" at the $3.50 language and also musical education. .... .. Two cottages of When you are needing a nice new buggy or harness, remember that George Sherwood is in business again, Jol.nson st.'eet. tf. FOUND. UND A g0,d bronch near The Keokuk Thanksgiving afternoon the with Mrs. A. D. Ayres Tuesday after- Manager Dodge of Dodges Keokuk newspaper. Circulation guar anteed the largest. bill at Dodge'n theater Friday night and stole the three assault is said to have eases of shoes and two bags of coffee van from the system. Re-1 o'clock and the last sad rites were yet been caught. The special pfflcer of beans. Frank Jester, Milo Bun-j and Robert McQuade who were the road is now on the case and may unearth something, but the three men arrested Saturday were close as clams about the robbery and appeared to know nothing whatever about it. P°st wncr can llCC. and has the largest line in the city, corner north side location. Price and always makes the right price. $2,400. Same old stand. A big shoot was held yesterday! Assistant chief of the fire depart- morning and afternoon at etterer Large, elegant mansion, spacious ment, J. W. Nichols left this morning place on the Johnson street road, grounds, magnificent location a very I for What Cheer, Iowa, where he will. There were about seventy-five pres- M. Mills of Seattle, Wash., will If you did not get waited on at the Richard Evans has returned home Harry Talley left Saturday for from a visit in St. Louis. Dumas, Mo., where he will help con Mrs. D. B. Beaven and daughter, duct revival meetings. Mr. Talley will Elizabeth, have returned to their home conduct the singing at the services preferred. Get full particulars at this in Chicago after being called here by which are to be held in that city. office. rv.v: thc illness of her neice Margaret Complete arrangements have been of 'i ™«ver at m°dRrn B. & H. finish her vocal same by this office and paying for no REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. One of the best comers and most valuable properties on Main street lot 30x140 first-class three-storv build- appointments, including steam heat: in splendid condition, and fully occupied: annual rentals $2,800. Will make price to net S per cent on purchase money on present rental in come. The best and safest deal on Main street. 5 and 6 rooms full ot r,0xl40. corner Thirteenth and 0r leans streets annual rental ^228 both cottages rented to good tenants spien- FOR EXCHANGE. valuable and exclusive residence prop erty, or suitable for sanitarium. No incumbrance. Will exchange for im proved farm in Missouri, Iowa or Illi nois. Particulars on application. Adams House, Warsaw, 111.—Three storv brick and basement 25 rooms steam heat, electric light, water, etc. No incumbrance. Will exchange for North Missouri farm, Marion county J. C. PARADICE REALTY CO., Gate City Building. Whist club will meet afternoon at the church and serve A dancing party will he given by meals to all. An enjoyable time is the Knights of Columbus next Mon- ul 11IIU1 tJ expected by the members and friends. day cvenin. Funeral services for the late Wil liam Ganley of Vincfnnes were held |f You are Over Fifty Read This. this afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at St. Most people past middle-age suffer Peter's Catholic church and were eon- from kidney and bladder disorders ducted by Rev. Tlios. O'Reilly. The which Foley's Kidney Remedy would body arrived at. 1:0r o'clock on the cure. Stop tne drain on the vitality Rock Island and was taken direct to and restore needed strength and vigor. the church. Commence taking Foley's Kidney Wilkinson & Co. Raw Lungs. When the lungs are sore and in flamed, the gprms of pneumonia and consumption And lodgment, and mul tiplv. Foley's Honey and jar kills the cough germs, cures the most ob stinate racking cough, heals the lungs, and prevents serious results. The genuine is in the yellow package. Wilkinson & Co. Merchants can get a larger circula tion for their advertisements through The Gate City than through any other THE GIFT SHOP 23 North 4th St. CHRISTMAS RISr.NTS CARD PARTY PRIZES Inexpensive otftc for all Occa sion—Tea served Afternoons HOPKINS & ALLEN SMITH Dimcan-Schell Double Barrel $ss.oO SHOT GUNS $30.00 11AMMER AND HAMMEKLESS PATTERN These guns arc guaranteed, and arc cf EARLY HOLIDAY SPECIAL 100 piece Haviland & Co., white china dinner set, Ransom pat tern at Per Set Limit of one set to a customer. Select Christmas Gifts Now are Our assortments Complete and selections can be made now much more leisurely than dur ing the Christmas rush. LeBron's The musical farce comedy, "Its All on the Quiet" will be the Thanksgiv ing attraction at the Grand. Two per formances. Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, La Grippe, Asthma, Throat The Genuine is in the ntifi Lung TroubleSo Prevents Pneumonia and Consumption For Sale by WILKINSON & 00. and J. P. KIEDAISCH & SON. PAGE THREE the Strong, durable, accurate and perfect shooting guns WE HAVE A STOCK TO SHOW YOU We buy and sell second-hand guns, or take them in trade for new ones best on the market for the price HARDWARE GO. Boys'Tan Shoes We are offering special this week, a three dozen lot of boy's tan shoes in sizes to 5 1-2, regular price everywhere, $2.23, Special $1.50 LADIES' OX-BLOOD SHOES '2 A number of ladies took advantage of our special value in ox blood shoes last week. Sizes are still fairly complete and while the present stock of this line remains ,, the price will continue at Bargains, at all times, in sample shoes. S. A. MILLER, the Shoe Mai 1-2 V- AT St. Francis Hall Fourth and High Streets. Minstrel and Potpourri Given by S Keokuk's Favorite HOME TALENT Wednesday Evening Nov. 25,1908 ADMISSION 2Sc. Tl Time, 8:15 p. m. Rabe's Orchestra* Tri-State Poultry AND Pet Stock Show FIRST ANNUAL EXHIBIT. November 24 to 2$ 609-611 Main Street, .'Jl Keokuk, Iowa. Admission—Adults, 25c Children, 10o. Ex.ra Good Olives, Ripe olives Bulk Olives, Stuffed Olives,Sweet Pickle Salad Dressing and 1 Canned PumintoQs at it Immegarts grocery I I tM4+++++lW+*t++++++++lM+,H CONTAINS NO HARMFUL DRUGS YELLOW PACKAGE