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H. E. RATCLIFFE
ARCHITECT
I Belt Phone, 482-B
Room 3, Y. M. C. A
Keokuk, Iowa.
WEBER-KIRCH Mfg. Co.
Manufacturers of
Cream Separators, Flue Stops,
Thimbles, Curry Combs, Nail
Boxes and Chamber Palls.
W. E. Strimbak
PRACTICAL JOB PRINTER
21-23 So. Fifth Street.
Phone Your Orders.
For flrst-claas laundry work go to
MEINBERG'S
LAUNDRY.
321 Main st. Keokuk, Iowa.
S. Hamill Company
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
Proprietors of Palm, Olive
Branch and Keoka Brand*.
Give These Brands a Trial.
I S A S
S O E S
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Sold in Keokuk by
S. A. MILLER, 616 Main st.
Central Chemical Co.
Manufacturers of
A A I N E
EXPERT OPTICAL WORK
Frank LeBron
Jewelry Company
BRASSILL
The Original Ice Cream Cone
Man—Orders Filled at all
Times.
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AUNT NERVIE AND THE
KEOKUK WATER POWER
"Aunt Nervie" could not wait until spring to write poetry, but the warm
days of December and the water power prospects inspired her into writing
a long poem about tne Keokuk water power. She entitles her efforts as
'That Water Power Business" and has written the following poem for
The Gate City and dedicated it to the Commercial Club:
That Water Power Business.
"Old Keokuk" is on the Boom. Since the news is on "the wing"
That the Water Power's coming to the City in the spring.
You may wander down on Main street you will not go a block
'Till you hear the people talking of the Water Pow?r stock
What is this big invention, does anybody know?
That takes the whole creation to give the thing "ago."
And when you read the papers, you never see a thing.
But the Water Power's coming to the city in the spring.
Everything's confusion here. There's whispering (on the side.)
And everybody seems to have a mania for a ride.
There's automobiles and buggies and and people too, galore.
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MciLROY IRON WORKS
Steam, Generators, Butch
er's Rendering Tanks, Archi
tectural Iron Work, Iron and
Brass Castings, General
Machine and Foundry Work.
Kollemeyer & Talbot
Makers of •.»,»,/
STEAM AND GASOLINE" EN
ENGINES
W.P.SUTTON
STEAM AND HOT AIR HEAT
ING, GAS FITTING, TIN
ROOFING.
Sixth and Blondeau Streets.
"KRUEGER'S
CLOTHES"
KEOKUK HOTEL
Home Made Pies and Cakes
Served in the Cafe.
McManns & Tucker
Proprietors of
Ballinger Stone Quarries
Contractors of All Kinds of
Stone, Concrete Blocks for Side
walks. Offices and Warerooms:
509-511-513 Johnson Street
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Kane Brake
MALTED TABLE SYRUP
"A Sweet to Eat That's Made
For You."
Kellogg-Birge Co.
The MILLS-ELLSWORTH CO.
Manufacturers of
Shafts and Poles
DUPY BROTHERS
Bread, Fancy Cakes, Candles
and Ice Cream.
810 Main Street.
Frank J. Ewers
Dealer In
MADE IN KEOKUK
SAUSAGES, ETC.
Market: 24 South Fourth Street.
SMOKE BEVERIN G'S
"BOB WHITE"
Handmade 5o Cigar
Akerson Ringstrom Co.
Manufacturers of
Kitchen Cabinets.
800-802 Johnson St.
Riding around the country in search of golden ore.
jThey're rushing maoy onward, at an awful rapid rate.
Trying to get an option on our city's best estate.
They're going to buy up houses and live like queens and kings.
When we get that big construction that can make so many things.
There's g.eat big "Old St. Louis" with all her mighty airs,
Who'd ever think the lik»s of her'd mix up in our affairs.
I But it arn'e* no use in talking, it arn'et no idle dream.
She's going to tread her running gear from the city up the stream.
And all the other town about will have to hollow quit,
For Keokuk will take the lead and they will have to root.
Then wont the factories whistle and the bells glad tidings ~?ve,
For everybody in *'ie worli. is coming here to live.
We're going to catch the Mississip whatever else prevails,
And everything in Keokuk v/Ill ride around o. rails. s,.
^e will not need the "Lantern Club" to light us on our way,
(Tor the thing that we are looking for is coming here to stay.
To that man acros't the river, who don't know rocks from sticks,
Who says if its a fazel we may have to live on bricks.
This Water Power business may hand to him to drink. •••.
We're "going some" and the time will oome when we wont know day from
night.
We'll keep on the "boom" til there's not standing room fo
that will come here to light.
The Daily Gate City
MO CITY of its size in the United States occupies a mofe proud posi
tion than does Keokuk* No city has a more solid founddation. It
is a city of homes, of substantial industries—some of them the largest of
their kind in the world—a city of schools and churches*, Keokuk pays
more wages per capita than any other city in Iowa. It is a city loyal to
itself, and this page shows what is made in Keokuk, that the people at
home may more readily appreciate their duty to local manufacturers and
give them patronage in preference to the outside concern*
S. F. BAKER & CO.
Family Remedies
Flavoring Extracts
Spices
PETER WOLF
Maker of Wrought Iron Fenc
ing, Sidewalk and Window Graz
ing. All kinds of house work.
Horseshoeing a SpeclUty.
igil
16 S. Tenth Street.
WALKER STUDIO
Fine Photographs
Let Us do Your Kodak Work.
Prices are Reasonable and Sat
isfaction Guaranteed.
12 South Sixth Street.
LEAKE PRINTING CO.
PRINTING AND BINDING.
Prices to Suit.
Corner Eigth and Main St.
ANSCHUTZ
PHOTOGRAPHER
Have your. Christmas photos
taken now in advance of the
rush. Studio open Sunday af
ternoon.
AUGUST C. WUSTROW
Wagon and Carriage Works.
Builds all kinds of Fine De
livery Wagons to Order. Re
pairing, Trlmml- Paint
ing and Rubber Tire Work.
Fifth and Exchange Streets.
rrrrrrrrrn
prrrrrrrrrr
rrrrrrrr
KBOKVK
^J)Eu/E*y
the things
A -i fin'™
wEwSfc
-ft
Hygotol Tooth Paste
Powder and Mouth Wash.
Ask your druggist
Made In laboratory of
The O'Brieo-Worlhco Co.
COOK WITH GAS.
"MADE IN KEOKUK"
Keokuk Gas Light and
tr1'-- Coke Co.
SMOKE
Power City
v.
•Maestro Cigars
FRANK MOELLEK, Mtr.
sMi
BLANK'S KEOKUK
STEAM DYE WORKS
Cleaners and Dyers of
Ladies' and Gent's Garments.
924 Main St. Tel. |owa 249-B.
L. PELZ
Maker of Flue Clothes
Library Bldg„ Third 8treet.
Win. EWERS
Home Killed Meats
Home Made Sausage
1122 Main 8treet.
For the time is nigh when the wheels will fly, and we'll all be as "busy as
bees."
'Till we rest from toil on Keokuk soil with our minds forever at east
Then let's shout Hurrahs for this excellent cause to the men who .'ire
working with might,
For this Water Power business they're talking about, will soon be bovine
in sight.
When we harness the "Father of Waters" and change the course of her
stream
Some rolks will know when the thing is ago, it was something more than
a dream. .L
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"f i' "t AUNT NERVIEi
To Give You-
The best possible dental services Is my constant aim. This mean* J.
the best materials and the most careful, conscientious work.
Prices are the lowest that this makes possible."
Dr. O. H. Sohl, Dentist^ 522 Main Street
THE INDEPENDENT
LUMBER CO.
"Owned by Keokuk People."
No combinations or agreements
to hold up prices.
PECISTEIN & NAGEL CO.
•OME BRKWIBS
PURITAS BEER
Eat. 1878—Inc. 1884.
Henry Schmidt & Sons Co.
Store, Office and Bank Fixtures.
Interior and Exterior Finish.
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Mould*
ings and Screens.
SIGMUND BROS.
Cleans Carpets and Makes Rugs
from Old Carpets. Also Makes
Tents and Awnings.
27-29 Main 8treet
Buy Your Coal From
Mississippi Coal & Ice Co.
"ICE MADE IN KEOKUK"
Bell Phone 264. Heme 130
J. C. HUBINGER BROS. CO.
Manufacturers of
ELASTIC STARCH
Lump and Corn Starch, Corn
Oil, Gluten Feed, Oil Meal and
Glucose.
Oak Hall Candy Store
-W
4th and Main Sstreet
Our own make of candies
Fancy Chocolates, Bon Bons,
Fine Reception stick candies,
Patties, Nut meats, etc.
The Daily
MONDAY, FEB. 22, 1909,
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Gate City
LUTZ & STAHL
PRINTERS
Bookbinders and lianvc Bcok
Makers.
12-14 North Fourth 8treet
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N.
Tw:.» a Glorious Victory.
There's rejoicing in Fedora, Tenn.
A man's life has been saved, and now
Dr. King's New Discovery is the talK
of the town for curing C. V. Pepper or
deadly lung hemorrhages. "I could not
work not get about," he writes, ana
tho doctors did me no good, but, after
using Dr. King'3 New Discovery tnree
weeks, I feel like a new man, and can
do good work again." For
daisch ft -n.
all cases of catarrh.
weak,
—Head The Daily Gate
sore
or diseased lungs. Coughs and Colos,
Hemori uages, Hay Fever, LaGrippe.
Asthma or any Bronchial aCectiion
stands unrivaled. Price 50c and
Trial bottle free. Sold and guaranteed
by Wilkinson & Co. and J. F-
Kle"
Catarrh is an excessive secretion,
accompanied with chronic
tion, from the mucous
inflamma­
membrane.
Hood's Sarsaparilla acts on the ""j"
cous membrane through the bio®1
reduces inflammation, establish6
healthy action, and radically
cure8
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