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4 I :f E®*"15, S® v%+\ fc ,w Ipfl ?WMHK •Kf' ft Ar .i- r: ,~ PAGE TWO THE NEWS OF HAMILTON, ILL. The Comins and Goings of the Sick People and the Condition of •v Those Who Are on the Sick List. SPECIAL LODGE MEETING Ida May Tanner Received a Bad Cut in the Temple While Playing in the Yard on -j*'-''- ,4 Saturday. TBy a Staff Correspondent.] HAMILTON, 111., Dec. 1.—Tecumseh Chapter R. A. N. held a special meet lug Saturday afternoon and evening at which degrees were confered upor. R. M. Elder, G. H. White and J. A. Cox. The case of Alberts vs. Stoddard was tried before Justice Ruggles Tuesday. The trial was for the pos session of Island No. 9 on which Stod dard had been living and cutting* wood and which Alberts claimed. Alberts showed a deed for the Island and won the case. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Gagley visited In Chenoa, 111., last week with Mr. Gagley's cousin, Robt. Finley. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Coffman are •visiting Mr. CofTman's brother of near Kansas City. They will be gone for a couple of weeks. Neil Daugherty will attend the fat stock show in Chicago. \y.. Chas. Kopp is adding a new porch to his hardware store. The porch will have a cement base. Geo. Hill is confined to his home with an attack of sickness, having been home since Friday,. Mrs. H. M. Hill, through the efforts of W. H. Van Fleet of Keokuk, has secured- half of her husband's pension with back pension. Mrs. Hill is very grateful to Mr. Van Fleet for the at tention he has given the matter as two other lawyers have failed. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Grifflts and daughter spent Thanksgiving at Fer ris. Mrs. Glines is visiting her son in Camp Point. Mrs. E. J. Curtis left, today for Bushnell on a short business trip. Miss Sebelia Swigelson returned from Chicago last Friday, having gone there the interests of the Parker Co. Mrs. W. C. fridges returned Mon day from a weeks visit with her daughter at Hannibal. The ladies of the Christian churoh will hold their annual handkerchief bazaar in the church parlors, Dec. 17. Miss Mary Jacobs of Bowen school spent Thanksgiving in this city. The Hamilton teachers attended the annual teachers' meeting held at Car thage Friday and Saturday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bolton gave a one o'clock luncheon at their home north of town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Yates and Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Moore were among the guests, Mrs. Bert Byers who has been siqk with typhoid fever is improving rap Idly. Her many friends hope for a rapid recovery. Ida May Tanner had quite a mis fortune Saturday afternoon. While playing in the yard she was struck Keeps Bowels Open Free There is no function of the human body so important as keeping the bowels open. Upon the condition ctf the bowels, more than upon any other one thing, depends the health amd well-being of the entire system. Thcire is scarcely a sickness that has not S ot constipation and stomach trouble complicated with it. It is at the bot tom of most of the serious diseases of life. Every erown up human being ought* to have at least one full and easy evacua tion of the bowels every 24 hoi|its. But unfortunately there are thousands who do not get this. No matter whi&t is the nature or cause of their con stipation, and no matter how chronic airid Jong-standing It Is, they will not find? a better cure than the well-known ltr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. So confident ro the dispensers of this wonderful laxatliro] that it will cure any case of constipation In young or old, that they will send a free test bottle to anyone who sends name and address to Dr. Caldwell. The sample will do for any const!pafettd person what it did for Mrs. w. D. Pnill* r, of Baton Rapids, Mich., for Mr. J. F. Ql wards, of Lebanon. Tenn., and a host of others In all sections of the country. Af ter having used the sample they will (lo as Mts. Fuller and Mr. Edwards d|il, which is to go to the nearest drug store and buy a regular bottle, which costs (50 cents or $1, according to the size. r. Calfiwell's Syrup Pepsin is not a tablat or powder, but a liquid laxative tonic, vrhlch is what a good constipation rem edy should be. Thousands, who once sept for the free test bottle, now have Er. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin regularly In the h'use. It Is the most scientific blinding laxative Ingredients ever put before the world. If there is anything about your ailment that you don't understand, or If you wfint any medical advice, write to the doctor, and he will answer you fully. Then-® is no charge for this service. The address is Dr. W. B. I Caldwell, 60S Caldwell ItJdg., Monticello, 111. 'it.' in the temple with a sharp stick which cut quite a gash. Tanner & Wilson made their first shipment of furs to St. Louis Monday. Chas. Brown and family moved to Keokuk last week. Rev. Waggoner is busy moving from the Dr. Hession place to the Glasbrook place. Hamilton Young of Keokuk has purchased the Hession place and moved in today. Mr. W. M. Powers attended the big sale of imported and registered Perch eron, Belgen and Shire mares held on the 25th of November at the Taylor and Jones stock farm. Mr. Powers is Taylor and Jones' representative in aged about $450 per head.. Amos Davis of Hancock county paid the highest price, giving $750 for a mare and $400 for a yearling filley. Marked For Death. Three years ago I was marked for death. A grave-yard cough was tear ing my lungs to pieces. Doctors failed to help me, and hope had fled, when my husband got Dr. King's New Dis covery," says Mrs. A. C. Williams, of Bac, Ky. "The first dose helped me and iprovements kept on until I had gained 58 pounds in weight and my health was fully restored." This medi cine holds the world's healing record for coughs and colds and lung and throat diseases. It prevents pneumon ia. Sold under guarantee at Wilkin son & Co's and J. Kiedaisch & son's drug store. 50c aud $1.00. Trial bottle free. Ely's Cream Baim has been tried and not found wanting in thousands of homes. It has won a place in the family medicine closet, where it is kept at hand for use in treating cold in tlie head ust as soon as some mem ber of the household begins sneezing or snuffing. It gives immediate relief and a day or two's treatment stoys a cold which might become chronic and run into a bad case of catarrh. Price 50 cts. If you prefer to use an atomizer, ask for Liquid Cream Balm. It has all the good 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 the secretion. Urlce 75c, with spraying tube. All druggists, or mailed by Ely Bros, 56 Warren Street. New York. BUSINESS CHANGE AT DONNELLSON Geo. Meinhardt Purchases the Fern Restaurant of Sam Phillips —Other Items. DONNELLSON, Iowa, Dec. 1.— Geo. Meinhardt has bought the Fern Restaurant of Sam Phillips and will conduct It at the old stand. Mr. Phil lips has bought Chas. Wilhelm's barber shop, and Mr. Wilhelm will farm this coming year. The bazaar and turkey supper given by the ladies of the G. E. church I Thanksgiving was well attended and enjoyed by all present. Mrs. Martin Mrs. Peter Trump and daughter. Cora, of New Boston, visited in this vicinity the latter part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neyman and children of Alexandria, Mo., spent Sunday with the families of Will and Henry Bentzinger. Beulah and Adrian Meinhardt of Keokuk spent Thanksgiving at home. Walter Scheurs of Burlington visit ed home folks Thanksgiving. 1 Wlber held the- lucky number that drew the clock and Freda Kreis drew the doll. Everyone was well pleased I with both the bazaar and supper. The Sunday School and choir of the G. E. church are preparing a cantata to be given Christmas eve. Daniel Sheffer. father ,, November of 23. H' aged 75 years and "1 days. The funeral services were c-on ilucLed Wednesday morning at 10:00 1 Food for thought Food for work Food for brain Uneeda Biscuit The most nourishing of all wheat foods. In dust tight, moisture proof packages. Neper sold in bulk. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY o'clock at his home south of our city, by Revs. Clark and Butler, the re mains being laid to rest in the Don nellson cemetery, south of town. Mr. Sheffer was one of our most highly respected citizens and the sympathy of all is with the family in their sad bereavement. John Gompf was a passenger to Keokuk Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Meinhardt left for St. Joseph, Mo., Saturday morning for a several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Meinhardt. Miss Lizzie Fischer of Fort Madi-! son visited home folks Thursday and I Friday. I Mrs. Geo. Kirchner was a Keokuk visitor the latter part of the week. Miss Laura Seyb accompanied her cousin. Miss Cora Trump, to New Boston, Friday evening for a several days visit. Mrs. Huele and children and Miss Lelia Mattern of Keokuk visited Miss Lelia's parents Thanksgiving day. All the scholars of the G. E. Sundaj School are earnestly requested to meer at the church Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock to prepare for the Christmas program. Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder of Burlington visited with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Herschler several days the past week. Mrs. Julius Biddenstadt and son. Will, of near Mooar, visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Gompf several days last week. This is Worth Reading. Leo F. Zelinski, of 68. Gibson st., Buffalo, X. Y., says: "I cured the most annoying cold sore I ever had, Made in Keokuk goods are as good as any other goods. PILES Cured Quickly Without Pain, Great Cost, Op eration or Trouble ir. the Se crecy of Your Own Home. Trial Package by Mail, Free. Ever druggist carries Pyramid Pile Cure in stock. Why? Because pile sufferers buy it in such quantities t' at the druggist is compelled to supply the demand, or lose this class of pa tronage. These little ones perform their du| ties so quickly as to be almost an over night relief or cure. Testimonials unsolicited come to us daily of the great success Pyramid Pile Cure is making. Cases of ten and flftoen years have ben cured after a short time by these little healers. N'o worry is necessary, the dread of Any druggist, anywhere, will sup-j ton, last week. ply you, or if you profer, send us fifty cents and we will send you a box by Sheffer of our city, died Monday,, your name and address and we will! Friend's quarterly meeting was held s.nd vou Address Pyramid Drug Co. mid Hldg., Marshall, Mich v' The Daily Gats City NEWS FROM MANY NEARBY TOWNS Messrs. Skinner and Foss of Saiem go to Chicago to Attend the In ternational Live Stock 8S5i Show. BICKSLjjR BUYS A HOME Purchased the Homestead on the Pp- .!•. tomac River Which Hag Been in the Family For More 'V Than^a Century, wood SALEM, Iowa, Dec. 1.—H. C. Skin ner and J. W. Foss went to Chicago last week with three carloads of cat tle. From there they went to Linden-! compound pure. ni-. to PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to l'arents and other relatives. cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed- John Bicksler has purchased ing or Protruding Piles in to 14 days or money refunded. 50c. visit Bicksler homestead, located on of the gone." Heals all sores. Sold under their home at this place. guarantee at Wilkinson & Co's and J. Friday Mrs. Rosa Frazier returned Kiedaisch & Son's drug store. from Pilot Grove, where she called on her friend, Mrs. Tib Payne, who Is seriously ill. She also visited friends in Lee county. relatives, after anteed by the which they will return to Chicago Cincinnati. O. and attend the International Live Stock Exposition. Mr. Foss will then return home and Mr. Skinner will go to Hastings, England, to visit his the I Washington, D. C. This property has! £enCe ,9" ™ton more years than a century. Following several weeks visit with with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. I ap- their children. Clyde and Miss Hazel plied this salve once a day for two Moon, at Portales, New Mexico. Mr. F- W. Pease. M. D. Bertha Peas M. days, when every trace of the sore was and Hon. Enoch Berry returned Wed-1 nesday from Des Moines, where he at I tended the special meeting of the state legislature. a with her cousin, Mrs. Charles Hog gate, from Blue Hill, Nebraska. Mrs. James Cook of Rock Island, 111., is here visiting her mother, Mrs. Hoggatt and other relatives. Sid Stanley, wife and infant daugh ter, of Rome, spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Stanley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Brown. H. C. Cooper and son, Glenn, speril several days of last week with the former's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Cooper. Mrs. C. Siveter, Mrs. A. Lamm, Mrs. J. Dille, Mrs. A. C. Pidgeon and daugh ter, Mildred, were Mt. Pleasant cal lers. Miss Rae Ingrim came from Pirm ingham to spend her vacation at home. Rev. and Mrs. Barber were at the Hi Pickard home at Cottonwood, Thanksgiving day. W. C. Barton and family have mov ed to a farm near Glasgow. Mrs. Rachel Gough was at Mt. Pleasant Wednesday. NEWS NOTES FROM OROTON, IA. Opportune Rain Arrived Much to the Satisfaction of the Thrifty Farmers. CROTON, Ipwa, ^soV. 36 having some mo^fe rainy which is needed badly. Mrs. Jerry Underwood and children started for Nebraska Friday. Miss Maggie Tiebe was a Farming ton caller. Mr. Wesley Johnson is visiting his sister, Mrs. John Watts. Mrs. Nellie Therm is visiting Mrs. Ada Harlem. Mr. Earl visited his parents Thanks giving. Protracted meetings are still going on. Mr. Austin Wells and family visit ed Mr. and Mrs. Smauel Wells last Sunday. Mr.- Jim Anthony and family are visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs. Anthony. Mr. Issac Ware died very suddenly Nov. 18th. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong and son have moved on John B. Underwood's I farm. 1 been in the possession of the genera- I +v. ni evening hours by appointment. Iowa Mrs. J. W. Moon have returned to Mrs. Marian Parker and Miss Mabel Smith came from Ottumwa Friday to spend a few days with the former's I Mr. and Mrs. Guy McVey came. from Keosauqua to visit the former's mother, Mrs. Charity McVey, and other relatives. Jfr- Mrs. C. W. Barber is entertaining E. parsonage, her friend, t^e pain and hospital and operating table I M'»s Beulah Cowan from Busse.v. is removed. O. H. Cook and son Cliff spent Don't be skeptical, buy a box at Thanksgiving day with their daughter once, and give yourself relief. It will and sister, Mrs. D. E. Reeves, at not take months to prove their vain Keokuk. One or two applications Is all the! Mrs. C. \V. Williams visited her proof you will need. sister, Mrs. Dollie Morrison, at Tren- mail in plain wrapper, or send us1 north of .I. iveBiueuue aiz a trial package by mall free.! at their church la*t Fridav Satnr 1T2 l'yr i-1 dav and Sunday. A i* iti'jsp".' •'M'SS Mr. J. B. Underwood has gone to live with his daughter Mrs. Perry McPher son. Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer visited Mr. and Mrs. "Anthony last Sunday. Mr. Thomas Nelson our mail carrier, took a lay oft and went 'hunting. The Best Congh Core. A half ounce of Virgin Oil of Pine, two ounces of Glycerine and a half pint of Whisky, mixed, will cure any cough that Is curable and break a cold in 24 hours. Take a teaspoonful ev ery four hours. Ask your druggist for the genuine Leach's Virgin Oil of Pine prepared and guar- Bicksler family for many phone 52D-Y. and Hub. phone 2092. of fice phone. Residence phone. Iowa. 12-M: Hub. 3515. Henry Ru„g„ber „t „e„ Mt. Plea* ant was a Sunday guest at the home I unurs—9 to 12. 2 to 5." of his parents. I Residence and Office—323 Blondesn Miss Kate Mathews is at home, fol- "W Phone—S3R: M'cs. Phor.—1R7 lowing several weeks visit ith her sister, Mrs. Ella Crew, at Creighton. JCeb. and Mrs. Cochran of Hillsboro recently visited their daughter, Mrs. J. B. Jorden and family at this place, Mrs. Theodore Hampton of Wya-1 conda, Mo., is helping care for her father, John McVey, who is very ill. 1 Fred Shelledy Is moving his stock of groceries into Mrs. Keller's room phones: Iowa, 305 Miss. Val 157 Triplett's store. Residence. 912 Fulton 1 Leach Chemical Co., Read -he Gate City. PHY8ICIAN8. DR- CORAL R. ARMENTROUT the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office—V. M. C. A. Building. Rest DRS. PEASE AND PEASE Office. 406 Blondeau St Residence 829 Morgan St. S OFFICE HOURS Dr. F. W. Pease—9 to 11:30 a. a.: I to 5 n, ra.: 7 to 8 p. m. Dr. Bertha Pease—1 to 3 p. tn. Phone—Office. 435B: Residence 230Y. DR' J- EATOr' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Scott. PHYSICTAN AND SURGEON The Zadt Parker family departed Theonly nhyslclan practicing Oste Monday to join the husband and fath- the county. er at Los Angeles, California. A host of friends wish them success and hap piness in their new home. Hours: 2:30-4:00 p. m.: 7:45-9 -n Sundavs. 2:30-4:00 p. m. Roth phones. EA1LKOAD TIME l'A tJLEa C, A. ft Q. Railway Co. Trains leave from Union Depot. Berths and tickets. Fifth and John eon streets. vv 'ss-i South Bound. —No. 8. St. L-uls and south leave 12:48 *m —No. 12. St. Louis and Kansas City and west south leave 8:40 Leave street Office Warsaw 7:45 am 9:20 am 11:00 am 1:05 pm 3:10 pmn. 4:40 pm^, 6:55 pm*-. 8:45 pm 10:05 pm 11:20 pm JOHNSTON Note—»Dallv rtallr The Bmltlv guaranteed that holds. Offlc^ Vorth of Main street, third door »bovn Frth. Phone 93. Residence Vinth and Webster. Phone 484. 0- Tor1? Rox- Warsaw. Til DR. W. B. LAFORCE DRS. OCHILTREE AND EROWN. )fflces and X-Itnv laboratory over City Drne Store. Dr. V. B. Ochiltree—Honrs 11-."iP "•"on rr fi-fi an-1 1-9 p. m. Dr. W. Frank Brown—Surgery kid -.p'- and skin diseases. D. H. L. COURrp,GHX I Office 601 Main Street fpeclal attention to X-Ray and "Iff Iral work. Office hovrs. 10 f0 11:30 a. ti, and 7 to 8 p. m. Residenre. 1123 Franklin street W. M. HOGLE, M. D. 601 Main Street. I Office hours, 2 to 6 and 7 to Residence C0-I Hlsh street Phones- Iowa 529B- mi. 1 O^re honrH I nn Satur-! Office hours, 9:00 tc 1] Miss Ida Coburn is enjoying a visit' ings, 2:30 to 3:30 Suidays. a-rt J-.. p. DR. W. P. SHERLOCK, Phy8ic an and Surgeon.' Office—i. M. C. A. B'de. OfNrw. Re8' ftDD —No. 4( Quincy Hannibal St. Louis leave 1:30 ?m •No. io Quincy and Hanni bal arrive 3:S7 P® 10 leave Pm North Bound. —No 7. Chicago. St. Paul and points west leave 2:35 am —No. 13. Chlcnn-o. St. Paul and points west arrive.... 7:20 P® —No. 13, leave *No. 3, Burlington. Chicago and east leave '—No. 1. Burlington, leave .. 7:35 am •No. Sl.Donnellson, C. B. ft K. C.. and North road, leave 7:0® am •No. 50. from Tionnelison, C. B- & K. C. & North Road arrive 7:10 Pm Vo. 1. K. ft w. nr"1 west leave. 8:55 am No. 8, Centervllle. leav-.. 9:05 P® Arrive. —Vr. 4. from Centcrvflte J* noints Intermediate. arrive 12:45 V- a *-Vo ?. from Centervllle west arrive f:00 pm a •Dally excent Sun 3ay. f-a!n 473—Leaves Keokuk. .8:05 •Train 741—Leaves Keokuk 3:10 pm "Train 472—Arrives Keokuk. .R:0R pm •Train 470—Arrives tCeofcuk .1:05 :m Local Freight Trains. •Train 86—Arrives Keokuk, 10:15 am •Train 85—Leaves Keokuk. 1.1:20 am No. 2 daily leaves at 4:30 pm No. 50 dally except Sunday, leave at 8:45 am No. 76, daily except Sunday, •freight leaves at 6:30 am Arrive. No. 77. dally except Sunday, freight arrives 7:30 pm ro. 51 daily except Sunday, arrives 5:50 pm No 3. d«IIy arrives 11:05 sun Nos. 76 and 77 carry passengers. Toledo, Peoria and Weitem Railway. *Train 204—Leaves 6:50 am •Train 2—Leaves 2:15 pm •Train 3—Arrives 12:35 pm •Train 5—Arrlvea 8:35*pm xTrain 9—Arrives 10:30 pm xDally. 'Pnilv oroppt Pnndnv. & W I ELECTRIC CO. Eaat. Leave Leave Arrive Hamilton Jo pSSWarsaw Keokuk 7:10am 8:4R am 10:15nm 12:05 pm 2:30 pm 4:00 pm 6:10 pm 7:45 pm 9:30 pm 10:45 pm 7:25 am 9:00 am 10:30 am'l&i* 12:25 pm 2:45 4:15 -m 6:25 pm 8:00 pm 9:45 pm 11:00 mn ^7-45 am 9:15 am 10:50 am 12:45 pm 3:00 pm 4:30 pm 6'45 pm 8-20 pm 10:00 pm 11:15 pm Wert. Leave Arrive Keokuk •6:50 am 8:20 -m 9:55 am 11:40 am 1:40 p.n ,3:46 pm 6:15 pm 7:30 pm 9:20 pm 10:40pm 11:55 pm Hamilton Jo. •6:40 am 8:06 lm 9:40 am' 11:25 am 1:25 pm 3:30 pm 5:00 pm,,| 7:15 pm 9:05 pm 10:25 pm 11:40 pm except Sunday. All E. E. HAWKES. UNDERTAKER AND LICENSED EMBALMER 729 Main Street Red Cross Ambulance. Both 'phones. CRIMMIN8 A CHASE, 1 UNDERTAKING .',(s I EMBALMING 722 Main Strert. 'PhonH 1 I I 8- ACKLEY. ,t I UNDJ3RTAK.TNQ I and EMBALMING 1007 Blondeau Street. lowa 'phone 456-M. Home- 34SS 4 ATTORNEV8 1 2092 00 a. 3:30 to 5:30 p. m. 7:30 to 8*30 VGn 7 A,.# -it •'J 1 Felix T. Hughes E. McCold HUGHiOS ft hieCOlb LAWYERS No. 26 North Fourth Street. U. F. Jones w. R. C. Kendrlck JONES A KENDRJCK ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Spccial attention ven to collecUon ana litigation cases. Office In pond building. Fifth and Main streets. INSURANCE Only reliable companies of larse as. sets represented. H. B. BLOOD. 12 South Sixth street 1 1 1 iV TUESDAY, DEC.!, 1% FKATERNAL CAitbs. Wall ^^ONIC """-^1 wS "STJ, A £*ular meet'nj ,? ^1 •II*"""1 ""O "—HoldBHa iS,Are' Kapler. Ko.l 'ln rc g' l"«m*5.TUNo "T' 1,tn MrB" Ma»T b- H- A. Johnson, Secretary I Q. A. R. Jhe Hawkea Hall. I Iowa nCP T°St No" DePartmeat 4 lowa. Regular meeting second Thurs o^or Jin of each month at 7:301 clock B. F. Crow. Post Commander Johnston. Adjutant .c—The Hawkes Hall-Reg. I No ion Vi,nS °f 7°- To"ence Re,1(* 10°- Corps,I "e second and fourth Thro aays of each month at 2:3n o'clock! P. sharp. Mrs. Chas. M. Cook.1 President Mrs. Lena Van Fleet, sec-l retary. Belknapp Post. G. A. R„ No. 515-1 Schouten's Hall. Tenth and MMnl streets—Meets the first Wednesday otl each month. L. A. Berrvhlll, Com-! niander. INDEPENDENT ORDER OT' 0DB FELLOWS Hall Seventh and Main Streets, Y®°huk Lodee, No. 13, meets resti-J• larly Monday evening at 7:30 o'cloctl Wm. Blerman. N. G.: O.. W. Ansclmtj. Hecordlng Secretary. Puckechetuck Lodge. No. 43. meptsl every Friday evening at 8 o'clock. J. R. Rellenthal. N. G. Geo. W. In megart. Per Sec. Herman Lodge. No. 116 (Gnrmanij meets regularly every Wednesday! evening at 8 o'clock. Fred KorschgeaJ N. G. Albert Kelfer, Rec. Sec. Colfax Rebekah, Lodge No. 4.-, Meets regularly every second and fourth Tuesdays of month at Odl Fellows' Hall, corner Seventh anq Main streets. Mrs. Mamie Re'.mer N. G. Nellie Hardesty, Financial Seo| retary Nina Phillips, Recording Seo retary. Puckechetuck Encampment, No.?- •. Meets first and third Tuesday evenl Ing of each month. Otto Anschuttl Scribe. Canton Leach, No. 4 P. M. I. O. O F.—Meets every second Tuesday oil each month. Frank Wahlgren, Cap-] tain Ono. W. Hardin. Clerk. MODERN WOODME. OF AMERICA Gibbons Hall. 1 Keokuk camp No 622—Meets everrl Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m.| Our latch string Is out to nelghfora.1 A. C. Wustrow, V. C. J. A. Pollard,| Clerk. B. P. O. ELKS Keokuk Lodge. No. 160—Meets first and Third Thursday nights at Elki'l hall Glbons opera bouse block. Sixth I and Main streets. Club room-, open] dally. Visiting brothers cordially In-1 vlted. Rice H. Bell, E. R-: William Reimbold Secretary. FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLE91 Keokuk Aerie. No. 683—Meets first and Third Wednesdays of each month! at Horn Hall, corner Eighth and Mala. I Visiting brothers cordially Invited. Frank J. Moeller, W. President: 0. A.] Noaks, Secretary. KNIGHTS OF HONOR Hall over Savlnes Pnnk Keokuk Lodge. No. 544—Meet* re* nlarly on the second and fourth PH days of each month. J. W. Steluer, Director: Chnrle« Schulz. Reporter. COTTRT OF HONOR AO TJ. W. Ha". ?!lehth nnd Main. Meets the First and Third FrWsT nlorhts of each month. Vlsltlne mem hers cordially Invited. W. J. Kessler. chap. IOWA T,EGTON OF HONOR Hall over Snvlnes Bank. Loe Tx)dge. No. 58—Meetc the fourth Mondav In each month. S. S Lowlti President: Ira W. DeMoss. Recnrdinc Qorrptary. A. O. U. W. Keo,r"k TyOdge. No. 256— everv Thursdav night at 7:30 o'elort at hall over Keokuk Savlnes h»nv comer Fifth and Main streets. Visit ing brethern cordlallv invited. Rob»rt Pr tterson, M. W.: Ed. W. Moore, Rf -order. Mornins: Star Indite No 5—Mecj Fifth and Blondeau. K. of P. hulldln? Tuesdav at 8:00 p. m. John E. Cra'e. Chancellor Comander: Edyard barter. K. of R. and S.. Visiting fraternally Invited. CONTRACTORS AND BU1LDKRS John W. Young. Builder, Superin tendent and Contractor for all klnfl» of construction. Also general repal work. Prominent and careful atten tion given to p-ans and Your patronage solicited. Blondeau. Iowa phone, office. 21« ••"lidence 3342. Every ScyourdrnnrMforIt.1 Woman kMARVELWhlrlings^y lent. clcjuw ImuuiUt^ b* eaanot mppiy tba A I.. »ocept no other, but §ena »t*mp for Ulaitnited book—wtaled. It fall purUoalari a"d Jtrectloii« IQ Vklaa!bl« to MM. M£»JTY.VCO. 44 liiulJMItiroet.l'fKWVOBK. -Read the want column.