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RULE FOR
KEOKUK GOLFERS
Some Change* Whloh Will Take Place
Next Year Which Are of In­
terest to Local En-
thuslaats.
THE BALL CAN BE TEED
After Driving Out of Bounds
the State Tournament Which
Will be Held at Ottum-
wa Next Year.
Although Keokuk golfers Iiave been
distracted from their favorite game by
the cold winds of winter and the pet
clubs have long been .ulled to their
winter's sleep, yet there is something
to think of during these months.
The new rules under which the "an
cient and honorable" game will be
played next season are out and they
require some study to be thoroughly
understood and lived up to.
The revised rules will, no doubt be
adopted by the United States Golf As
sociation at its annual meeting in Jan
uary. especially as many of the sug
gestions made by that body have been
.adopted by the rules committee. The
principal change suggested was the
.calling for loss of a stroke as a dis
tance if a ball was driven out of
bounds from the tee. This would
.practically have made the penalty for
driving out of bounds the same as
for a lost ball, for it would in most
cases have meant the certain loss of
.the hole. The general meeting thought
this too drastic and virtually retained
the old ruling.
Ball Mutt be Teed.
One change was made, however. Un
der the new rules, a player after driv
ing out of bounds will tee a ball in
stead of dropping it. The United States
Golf Association proposed a rule to
the effect that the loss of a ball in
match play should not involve the loss
of the hole. But this was altogether
too radical. The suggested alteration
received very little support, and so the
rule will remain at match play as it
was, namely, that the loss of a ball
means the loss of a hole. The stymie
has been retained, the proposal to abol
ish it being voted down.
One of the important changes made
in the rules Is that relating to putting.
The amended rule says: "The line of
put must not be touched except with
the club immediately in front of the
ball in the act of addressing it." The
penalty for a breach of this rule is the
loss of the holes. The habit of brash
Ing (he line of the put was carried to
an nlarming extent.
Keokuk golfers expect a bigger sea
son than ever in 1909 and with the
improvements made durin- the past
summer the year should be the most
successful one in the history of the
organization.
The Iowa State tournament is to be
hold in Ottumwa and quite a number
of Keokuk players will probably be
present to play during the tournament
week.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS I
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed
ing or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days
or money refunded. 50c.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned have organized a corpora
tion under the laws of the state of
Iowa, named the Keokuk Barrel Com
pany. with its principal place of busi
ness at or near the City of Keokuk,
Lee county, Iowa.
The general nature of the business
to be transacted by it shall be the pur
chase, manufacture and sale of all
Muds of cooperage and cooperage ma
terial and supplies, and it may erect,
purchase, own and maintain factories
for the manufacture of such cooperage
material and supplies and may pur
chase, own and hold any real estate
necessary therefor, or necessary or
expedient to the conduct of its busi
ness.
The amount of its authorized capital
stock is $50,000 distributed into 500
shares of $100 each, but It may com
mence business when $35,000 of said
stock shall have been subscribed and
paid for. and the remaining stock
shall be issued as may be directed by
the board of directors.
This stock shall b»? fully yiaid up
when Issued, and may be paid either
in money or in property.
This corporation shall commence on
the late of the issuance of its certifi
cate from the secretary of state, Octo
ber 2C, 190$. and it shall terminate
Twenty vears thereafter. Its affairs
are to be conducted by a board of
three directors to be chosen by the
stockholders from among their num
ber at their annual meeting on the
second Monday in July of each year,
each stockholder casting one vote for
each share of stock held by him, and
until such autiual meeting in 1909.
Paul 1- Dysart. H. T. Hellingshead
and Louise H. Dysart constitute such
board.
The board shall select annually from
their number immediately after their
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election, a president, treasurer and
secretary.
The highest amount of indebtedness
to which the corporation shall at any
time subject itself shall be an amount
equal to two-thirds of its capital stock
issued and outstanding.
The private property of the -mem
bers and stockholders of this corpor
ation is exempted from liability for
corporate debt.
PAUL L. DYSART,
LOUISE H. DYSART,
H. C. WIESEMANN.
DONNELLSON
NEWS NOTES
Items of Interest from The Gate City
Correspondent About Donnell.
son People.
DONXELLSON. Iowa. Dec. 22.
Mrs. Dora E. Wiegner was in Farm
ington the past w«ek. called there bv'
the illness of her. granddaughter, Mar
tina^D. Harnagel, who. is seriously,'
ill with bfain fever.
Mr. and Mrs. William Huckeli werej
Fort Madison visitors Friday evening.!
Chris. BTthold was in Mt. Pleas-1
ant the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lynn and son!
Max attended the poultry show atj
Farmington Friday.
Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Butler are
rejoicing over the arrival of a son
born Wednesday December 16.
Mrs. Jacob Sponheimer returned!
home Friday from a several days' stayj
in Farmington.
Miss I^aura M. Seyb visited with heri
sister Mrs. Chris Bergthold the pastj
week. ..
Henry Baust of Cook, Neb./ is visit
ing home folks.
Miss Mary Fett was a passenger to
Fort Madison Friday evening.
Miss Anna M. Wiegner visited in
Farmington the latter part of the
week.
The Presbyterian Sunday school
will have their Christmas exercises on
Wednesday evening and the M. E.'si
and G. E.'s on Thursday evening. The
exercises at the G. E. church will b?-'
gin at 7 o'clock. All are Invited to.
all of these services.
Mrs. E. C. Lynn and son Max left
for Hillsboro Monday where they,
will spend Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Barnes and
daughter Winona of LaCrew visited In]
our city Tuesday.
Mrs. Jacob Schneider and daughter!
Emma of Keokuk visited at the John«
Gompf home Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bergthold. Mr.
and Mrs. John Schmidt and children.:
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilken and
daughter and Mrs. Mary Graulich
spent Sundy with Mr. and Mrs. Chris
Seyb.
Mr. and Mrs. John Holdefer andi
sons left Monday evening for Craw
fordsvllle. Ind.. where they will spend
Christmas with Mrs. Holdefer's par-!
ents.
Miss Lulu Klingler spent Sunday
with Miss Emma Bentatinger.
The Inward Effects of humors are:
worse than the outward. They endan
ger the whole system. Hood's Sar
sapnriiia eradiactes all humors, cures
all their inward and outward effects.
It is the great alterative and tonic,
whose merit has been everywhere e.s-'
tablished.
TAX SALE NOTICE.
To A'iexander Heirs: You are here
by notified that on the 4th da yof De
cember. 192. lots 11 and 12. block 32
in Reid's addition to the city of Keo
kuk, Lee county. Iowa, was sold to L.
J. Williams, for delinquent city taxes:
that I am the lawful holder and owner
of the certificate of purchase thereof:
and uat the right of redemption will
expire and a deed for said real estate
be made, unless redemption from such
sale be made within ninety davs from
the completed service hereof.
CHARLES WILKIN3."
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Franklin Citizens Want One
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pointed Agent.
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CHANGE IN OFFICIALS
Newly Elected Ones Will Take Their
Positions First of January—
German Evangelical
Annual Meeting.,,^-
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FRANKLIN, iowa. Dec. 22.—After
January 4, all new elected state, coun
ty and township officers will take
charge of their new occupation. The
change for township officials In this
township was a full one. as every old
one was defeated and an entire new
list elected, who have sent in their
bonds and will be ready for duty when
the proper time comes.
John Blacksmith, our wide awake
merchant, has added another depart
ment to his already large stock of
geueral merchandise. The new addi
tion being a ten cent counter
The slaughtering of hogs is nearlv a
thing of the past for this year, as
nearly all have their annual supply of
pork well stored in barrels.
Monday, January 4. the German
Evangelical congregation will hold
their annual business meeting. This
meeting is an important one. for it is
not often, that a corporation can look
back to an organization of fifty-nine
years, for on January 1. 1S50, this con
gregation was established by twelve
members, one and one-half miles east
ACKNOWLEDGE IT.
Keokuk Has to Bow to the Inevitable
Scores of Citizens Prove It.
After reading the public statement
of this representative citizen of Keo
kuk given below, you must come to
this conclusion: A remedy which
cured years r.go. which has kept the
kidneys in good health since, can be
relied upon to perform the same work
in other cas^s. Read this:
Theodore Hegeman. Fulton
street. Keokuk. Iowa, says: 'i glad
ly confirm the statement my wife gave
in my behalf several years ago. after
I had used Doan's Kidney Pill# with
such good results. I was troubled,
off and 011 with kidney complaint and
my back was so lame and sore that
I could hardly stoop or lift. Two
S boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills entirely:
cured me and I have had no need of
a kidney remedy since. Doan a Kid
ney Pills are the best preparation 1'
ever used."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-M ilbura Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name—Doan's—and
take no other
7- -she. .'as ^i1
The Dally Gate City
To the above named defendant:
And unless you appear thereto and
against you and judgment rendered
thereon as prayed for in said petition.
WILLIAM TIMBERMAN.
CHEYENNE. Wyo.. Dec. 22.
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of town, in a small log cabin, of these trict court that is of great importance
twelve organizers only one, Peter to publishers of county official papers
Wiegner, hag the pleasure up to this throughout the state. The decision is
date to see the growth of his efforts to the effect that the board of super
then made. The Ladies Aid society, visors must publish a full statement
Sunday School and Christian Endeavor of the result of the official canvas of
of the same church select their officers election returns, showing the number
January 3. of votes cast for each candidate in
Chas. Wagner leaves this week for each precinct.
Leavensworth, Kansas, to spend the In Taylor county the board of super
holidays with relatives and recuperate visors held that, the statute providing
his failing health. that the canvassing board shall "Make
The new passenger depot erected by! abstracts stating the number of
the C., B. & Q. Railroad south of town ballots cast in the county by each po
is complete and ready for an agent, litical party, separately for each of
As much as known, no selection has fice" nearest the total number of bal
been made. It is hoped by our clti-: lots cast In the county and that the
zens. that one of our men will receive publishing of the vote cast for each
the appointment, as this would fill a candidate in each pricinct was not nee
long felt want,'the applicant running essairy.
an express team back and forth daily, The publishers of the Taylor coun
whereby passengers and freight could ty official newspapers took the stand
more readily be transferred at less ex- that the number of ballots cast in each
pense. also a private telephone ex- precinct for each candidate must be
tan, Russia, Australia, New Zealand
and Mexico have joined the congress
the memberships being in the names
of the Agricultural Secretaries and
these countries will probably make ft
special effort to place reportB before
the congress and to dlscu3s their
needs and conditions. Australia re
cently Bent commissioner Strawbridge
of the department of agriculture and
Senator James McCall as agents for
the government to study western con
I dltlons and the so-called "Dry Farm
ing" methods in practice. They have
Just issued a 100-page report showing
the conclusions reached after compar
ing American conditions with those in
Australia.
How Ic Your Digestion.
Mrs. Mary Dowling of No. 2z8 8th
Ave., San "Yancisco, recommends a
remedy for stomach trouble. She says:
"Gratitude for tne wonderful effect of
Electric Bitters in a case of acute in
digestion, propmts this testimonial. 1
am fully convinced that for stomach
and liver troubles Electric Bitters is
the best remedy on the market today.''
This great tonic and alterative medi
cine invigorates the syBtem, purifies
the blood -nd is especially helpful in
all forms of female weakness. 50c at
Wilinson & Co., and J. F. Kiedaiscb
&k Son drug store.
EDITORS WIN
COURT RULING
Supervisors Must Publish Full
ficial Vote in County Papers
Decides Judge Towner.
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You are hereby notified that a pe'.i- j.
tion is now on file in the clerk's of-1
fice of the ^District Court aforesaid
defend before noon of the second day by ^appointmentP' IowaT^ne
of the nest regular March term of. 529-Y. and Hub. phone 209' office
said Court, to be begun and holden phone. Residence phone, Iowa, 12-M
at Keolruk on the 8th day of March. 1 Hub. 3515.
A. D. 1909. default will be entered
Attorney for Plaintiff
TRANS-MISSOURI
DRY FARMING
Congress Will be Held in Cheyenne,
Wyoming, U. S. A., February
23, 24 and 25.
CTowth of rh» T™,. \Reslllellce'
ministers of all nations represented
'°gt°n
t0 partlclpate in
Of-
BEDFORD, Tjwa, Dec. 22.—Judge
Towner rendered a decision in the dis-
and as rumors have it. one to Colorado. dred dollars each year for the pub a
in the hope to find them. It seems like lishers in counties" where the board Ke^flfJk
if they had vanished from
the
Original Notice, fs
earth, [was held as it has in Taylor
The
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State of Iowa, Lee County, ss
In the District Court of said County.
At Keokuk, March term. A. D. 1909.
Sophie Kcnzen, plaintiff. versus
Charles Konzen. defendant.—Original! tonight at Dodge's, theater.
Notice.
change would be established for the published and demanded copy therefor *Train ^—Arrives Keokuk ..8:05 pm-Ing of each month. Otto Anschuti,
benefit of the patrons. from the county auditor. This was re-! *Traln Arrives Keokuk .1:05 pm Scribe.
Up to date no trace could be found fused and action was brought. *Train srr9£l„!.ra.'"8i'n
of the eloping couple that departed Judge Towner's decision is plain •Train 86—Leaves Keokuk 'li ^0 am
from Donnellson Thanksgiving even-: and to the point and leaves no issue
ing. David Fett, father of the bride,! unsettled. The board must publish
has made several trips to St. Louis. the full vote. This means several hun-j
county.
PHYSICIANS.
DR. F.
DR. J. EATON JOHNSTON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
North side of Main street, third doer
Ninth and Webster. Phone 484.
O. Lock Box. 41. Warsaw. 111.
912
growth of the Trans-Miesouri Dry phones: Iowa, 529-B: Miss. Val. 2092.
Farming Congress in three years, from Office hours, 9:00 to 11:00 a. nl^
a somewhat local movement among 3:30 to 5:30 p. m.. 7:30 to 8:30 even
Colorado "Dry Farmers" to a great 2:30 to 3:30 Sundays.
international congress in which rep re
sentatives of millions of acres of
.v Practices only General Surgerv and
lands the arid districts of World Diseases of Women
are working together to study the Hours—9 to 12: 2 to 5.
problems confronting the "arid land" Residence and Office—323 Blondeau
farmer, is one of the interesting de-:
velopments of the year. Hon. Elihtt
Root, secretary of state, has just is-1
sued letters from the state depart
ment, inviting the ambassadors and
the,
tering the problems and have already
"made good."
The Third congress will open in this
city February 23 next and will con
tinue three days.
coming Third congress of the Dry nev and skin diseases.
Fanners, and all nations having dis-i Hours: S0-4:00 p. m. 7:45-9? m.
tricts where the natural rainfall is' Sundays. 2:30-4:00 p. m.
slight and where irrigation is impos-i ®°th Phones
sible. will be urged to send delegates
to attend the congress and to study
there the methods advocated by the
western farmers, who have been mas-
Already Algeria, Turkey, Turkes
Dr. W. B. LaFORCE.
Bell Phone. 83-R Miss. Phone. 157.
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DRS. OCHILTREE AND BROWN
Offices and X-Ray Laboratory over
City Drug Store.
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RAILROAD TIME TART/FIS
No. 2, dally, leaveB at 4:30 pm
No. 50, daily except Sunday,
leaves at 8:46 am
No. 70, daily except Sunday,
Nos. 76 and 77 carry passengers.
Toledo, Peoria and Western :allway.
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xTrain 204—Leaves
•Train 2—Leaves
•Train 3—Arrives
•Train 5—Arrives
xTrain 9—Arrives
xDaily.
•Dally except Sunday.
7 am"
will not be appealed, the S:45 am
board and its counsel feeling con 10:15 am
vinced that the-dfceision would be af-112:05
firmed. -T7 r., 2:30 pm*'
iL-4}O0.pm
*1 6:10 pm
—Great Christmas bill in vaudeville: 7:45 pni
9:30 pm
10:45 pm
0
C. SMITH.
AND SURGEON.
PHYSICIAN
at Keokuk in behalf of the above Office and Residence: S10 Main street.' 9:20 am
named plaintiff, against you and claim
ing a divorce frcm you, from the:
bonds of n.atriniony, on the grounds
of habitual drunkenness, asking for
the sole custody of her minor son,'
Carl, and for such other and further
relief as may be equitable in the
premises.
second floor.
Office Hours: lu to 12 a. m.
p. m. 7 to 8 p. m.
Iowa 'Phone: 67-t-B.
DR. CORAL R. ARMENTROUT
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 5
Office—V. M. C. A. Building. Resl
dence 912 Fulton street. Office hours:
1
West
I Leave
Warsaw j*
-JLeave
H. milton Jc.
•6:40 am
8:05 am
9:40 am
11:25 am
1:25 pm
3:30 pm
5i00 pm
7:15 pm
9:05 pm
10:25 pm
11:40 pm
7:45 am
11:00 am
2 to 4! 1:05
3:10 pm"
4:40 hi*
6:55 pm
8:45 pm
10:05 pm
11:20 pm
Note—'Daily except
other trains daily.
ATTORNEYS.
The only physician practicing O-.e- b. F. Jones W. R. C. Kendrick
opathy in the county. The Smith- JONES & KENDRICK
soman truss fitted and guaranteed.) ATTORNEYS AT LAW IOWA LEGION OF HONOR.
{The only truss that holds. Office} Special attention given to collection Hall over Savings Bank.
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DR. W. P. SHERLOCK. .j
Physician and Surgeon. Only reliable companies of l.irga as
I Office Y. M. C. A. Bids. Office 1 sets represented.
phones: Iowa. 305 Miss. Val.. 157. H. B. BLOOD
above Fifth. Phone 93. Residence.! Office i: Pond building. Fifth and Monday in each month. S. S. Lowlts,
P- Main streets.
INSURANCE.
Fulton street Res v: South Sixth Street

Dr. W. Frank Brown—Surgery. Irld
D.
L. COURTRIGHT. M.
Office 601 Main street
Special attention to X-Ray ind elec
trical work.
Office hours, 10 to 11:30 a. m. $ to
4:30 and 7 to 8 p. m.
Residence. 1123 Frankllr street
W. M. HOGLE. M. D.
GOl Main street.
Office hours, 2 to 5 and 7 to S p. m.
Residence, 604 High street
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TUESDAY, DEC. 22,
®:m»
2:15 pm
12:35 pm
8:35 pm
10:30 phi
C., B. A Q. Railway Co.
Trains leave from Union Depot.
Berths and tickets, Fifth and John
son streets.
South Bound.
—No. 8 St. Louis and south
leave 12:45 am
—No. 12 St. Louis and Kansas
City and west, south, leave 8:40 "ti
—No. 4. Quincy, Hannibal &
St. Louis, leave 1:30 pm
•No. 10. Quincy and Hannibal
arrive .-.37 pm
No. 10 !eave 9:00 pm
North Bound.
—No. 7. Chicago, St. Paul and
points west, leave 2:35 am
—No. 13, Chicago, St. Paul
and points west, arrive 7:20 pm
—No. 13, leave 7:25 pm
•No. 3. Burlington, Chicago
and east, leave ...' 2:05 pm
-'-No. 1. Burlington, leave 7:35 am
•No. 51, Donnellson, C., B. &
K. C„ and North Road,
leave 7:00 am
•No. 50, from Donnellson, C.,
& K. C., & North Road Puchechtuck Lodge No. 43, meets
arrive 7:10 pm every Friday evening at 8 o'clock. J.
—No. 1, K. & W.. west, leave 8:55 am Hellenthal, N. G. Geo. W. Im
—No. 3, Centerville, leave ..9:15 pm megart, Per. Sec.
Arrive.
—No. 4. from Centerville and
points intermediate, arrive 12:4C pm
•No. 2. from Centerville and
west, arrive 9:00 pm
—Daily.
•Daily except Sunday.
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7:25 am
9:00 am
10 30 am
12:25 pm
2:45 pm
-4:15.pm
0:25 pm
8:00 pm
9:45 pm
11:00 pm
1908.
FRATERNAL OA^c.
masonic"
regular meeting the-^
day evening
meeting the second Tuesday
of each month. Clara
12:45 pm Clerk.
„.3:00 pm .........
||4:30 B. P. O. Elks.
6:45 pm Keokuk Lodge No. 106—Mrets first
S:20 pm and third Tuesday nights at Elks'
10:00 a hall Gibboas opera house block. Sixth
11:15 pm and Main streets. Club rooms open
If? drily. Visiting brothers cordially in
iilArrive
vited. Rice H. Bell, i£. R.: William
-leckuk Reimbold, Secretary.
•6:50 am
8:20 am 1 FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
9:55 am! Keokuk Aerie. No. 6S3—Meets first
11:40 am
a°d
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E. E. HAWKES,
UNDERTAKER ANi)
LICENSED EMBALMER
729 Main. Both Phones.
Red Cro 1 Ambulance.
CRIMMINS & CHASE
UNDERTAKING
—And——
EMBALMING
723 '4ain Street. 'Phones
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I. S. ACKLEY
UNDERTAKING
and EMBALMING
10C7 Blondeau Street
Iowa 'phone, 456-M. Home ,3435 1
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I —Do your Christma* shopping wits
Keokuk merchants. a
its
0
each
Qr«
Tuea.
month.
nuruui ixmge. NO 90 tj
ular monthlj meetings t°e ^,
Monday evening
of
th,rd
each mnf.u
8econ11
Gst© City Roy&] Arnii
7—Holds its reeu^L?.hapter.
Freight, leaver nt 6:30 am
Arrive.
No. 77, dally except siunday,
freight, arrives 7:30 pm
No. 51, dally except Sunday, Damascus Commanderv
arrives B:50 pm Templar, No. 5.-Re,^r J£ll,fht»
No. 3, dally, arrives 11:05 am
sec-
Tuesday of each mtrth
ave
Elmira Chapter, No 40 n-* I
the Eastern Star holds its
ot
I
hLi
M.. Mrs. Mary A.
G. A. R.
The Hawkes Hail.
Torrence Post No. 2 Denary
Iowa. Regular meetings second Th
day evening
0:
01
each iLnTat
clock B. F. Crow, Post Commander
S. H. Johnston, Adjutant.
W. R. C.—The Hawkes Hall—Ro
ar meeti-g of Torrence Relief ,vT,8'
days of each month at 2:' o'clock
P. sharp. Mrs. Chas. C«A
President Mrs. Lena Van Fleet
retary. sec-
Belknap Post G. A. R„ n0 Kit
Schouten's Hall. Tenth and
streets-Meets the first Wednesday
each month. L. A. Bem-niii Com
mander.
wn"
OF ODD
INDEPENDENT ORDER
FELLOWS.
Hall Seventh and Main Streets
^eo^ukJLodEe. No. 13, meets regn.
larly Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Wm. erman, N. G. O. w. Anschutz,
Recording Secretary.
Herman Lodge. No. 116 (Germaa)
meets regularly every Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock. Fred KorscW
N. G., Albert Keifer, Rec. Sec.
Colfax Rebekah, Lodge No. 4...
Meets regularly every second and
fourth Tuesday of month at Odd
I Fellows' hall, corner Seventh and
•Train 473—Leaves Keokuk .8:05 am Puckcchetuck Encampment, N 7.—
Main streets. Mrs. Mamie Reimcrs,
X. G. Nellie Hardesty. Financial Set
retary Nina Phillips, Recording Se*
retary.
Canton Lehch, No. 4. P. M. I. 0.0.
F.—Meets every second Tuesday ot
each month. Frank Wahlgiea Cap
tain: Geo. W. Hardin. Clerk.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Gibbons Hall.
Keokuk camp No. 622—Meets every
^7:45 am Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m.
9:15 am Our latch string is oit to neighbor!.
J. A Pollard,
10:50 am
A-
C. Wustrow, V. C.
third Wednesdays of each month
Vufl:40 pm at Horn hall, corner Eighth and Main.
i. '3:45 pm Visiting brothers cordially invited.
5:15 pm Frank J. Moeller. W. President A
7:30 pm Noaks, Secretary.
9:20 .ni
10:40 pm KNIGHTS OF HONOR
11:55 :.m Hall over Savings Bank
Sunday. All! Keokuk uoige. No. 544—Meets reg
ularly on the second and fourth Prl
days of each month. J. W. Stelger,
Director Charles Schulz. Reporter.
Felix T. Hughes. E. L. tfcCoid I COURT OF HONOR.
HUGHES & M'COID A. O. U. W. hall. Eighth ^nd Main.
I LAWYERS Meets tie first and third Friday
No. 26 North Fourth Stree#^ fnights of eaca month. Visiting mem
bers cordially invited. W. J. Kessler,
1
chap.
litigation cases. Lee Lodge. No. 5S—Meets he fourth
President Ira W. DeMoss, Recording
Secretary.
A. O. U. W.
Keokuk Lodge, No. 25C Meets
ev2r. Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock
at hall over Keokuk Savings bank.
corner Fifth and Main streets. Visit
ing brethern cordially invited. Robe..
Patterson. M. W. Ed. W. Moore, H"
corder.
K. OF P.
Morning Star Lodge No.
tion given to plans and
5.—Meets
Fifth and Blcndeau, K. of P. bulW^.
Tuesday at S:00 p. m. John
E.^Qra-t,
Chancellor Commander Edward
Carter, i:. of R. and S. Visiting
Kiig. ts frtemaily invited.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
John W. Young, Builder.
Superin­
tendent and Contractor for
all kinds
of construction. Also general repa'r
work. Promtnent and careful
atten­
estimates.
Your patronage solicited. Office. 5Ui
B!om.eau. Iowa phone, office, -W,
residence S342.
Des Moines
Iowa
CORES
uauoR. dbj3.
AND TOB*C~O
HABITS
ure
—Read The Daily Gate City.

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