WEE & PRICE
Prices 25c, 35c and 50c. V7
Seats on Sale Saturday morning.
That's what every
body SAYS when
they eat our
Order some and try it. We
mak« the very best In town.
Scott & O'Reilly
A Olograph itnry tcnliiag a wfealesome lea ton
In The Serpent's Power
Fragrant with tbe Aroma ©I Sunny Italy
L). L.Hughes I
"C?, Feb. 14
A drama in four acts.
Strong in emotion, beautiful
The most interesting play
600 MAIN STREET.
HE SELLS IT
Wholesale and Retail
Wall Paper, Palnta Varalmhea,
Brushes, Glass, Etc.
Painters and Paper Hangers Sup
Painting and Paper Hanging
824 Main Keokuk, la.
Good Fresh Meats
Your order will receive prompt
attention and delivery.
,Candy! Candy! Candy!
The freshest and best
.* homemade always at
LAWS & FALKIN3U8G
Before and Alter
See the Bears
The Golden Rule
and let them see the bears and
little cubs in the window also
the display of the celebrated
hosiery for Girls,
BOTH PHONES 411 MAIN
90S Main Street
Cave yon trouble of any kind arising from
1 your druggist
and get a 50c or II bottle of Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin, which is positively guaranteed to
leme you and keep yon well.
disordered stomach? Go to
Demonstration and Sale
begins Monday, Feb. 14
medium heavy weight sock
for the hardest kind of wear. Fast
black, full seamless knit. Each size
knit on different diameter machine,
insuring perfect fit.
Price per pair
Black or Tan 15c
that is what you get when you
have your prescriptions filled
at our store.
Your physician will be glad to
see our label on the medicine
he prescribed. Best work at
illSfSlANNOUNCEMENT. ,l 's.
I respectfully announce to the re-
bruises and like injuries. Sold by
Wilkinson & Co., and J. Kiedaisch
Mother used Gold Medal Flour.
Death Last Night Shortly 'Past
Eleven O'clock of Estimable
and Respected Old
SEEVED IN REBELLION
Was Married In This City Almost Fifty
Four Years Ago, Anniversary
to Have Been
Captain Thomas Berry, one of Keo
kuk's best known citizens, and one
'who has been highly respected in this
community for over fifty-five years,
passed aw^ty last night at 11:10
o'clock after an illness of a week,
due to pneumonia. Although the
aged gentleman made a brave strug
gle for life, it was known several days
ago that he could not survive and hiB
death has not been unexpected.
Born in Jersey City, N. J., Decem
ber 4, 1S33, Thomas Berry received
his early training in Troy, N. Y., and
later removed to Wisconsin, coming
I to Keokuk for a short time when twen
ty-one years of age and about a year
later coming to this city to reside, hav
ing made Keokuk his home ever since.
For the past seven years he had
been employed at the Cereal works as»
time keeper, having been connected
with that concern since it was start
ed a number of years ago. Previous
to that time he was engaged in busi
ness of his own, having been an ice
dealer and a business man well known
At one time he was street supervisor
of the city and was a member of the
police department during the admin
istration of A. J. Hardin. He was a
member of the Royal Arcanum and of
Torrence Post G. A. R, During the
civil war he took an active part in
that great campaign having entered
as lieutenant of the
infantry and later receiving the cap
taincy of that company. He served
two years and ten months during the
struggle, being honorably discharged
at the end of the campaign. V.
Had he lived, Captain and Mrs.
Thomas Berry would have celebrated
their fifty-fourth wedding anniversary,
this coming Sunday, February 13.
They were married in Keokuk over a
half century ago, Mrs. Berry havlny:
been Miss Ann Halaby. The union
has been a happy one and friends are
pained to learn of the death of Cap
tain Berry, last evening.
Those, relatives who survive are:
Mrs. Ann Berry, his wife, daughters,
Mrs. Alice Comstock of Chicago, Miss
Ida Berry of Keokuk, Miss Jessie Ber
ry of Chicago sons, Milton and David
Funeral services will be held on
Sunday afternoon at two o'clock from
the late family residence, 903 High
street. Rev. Floyd Keeler of St.
John's Episcopal church will be in
Do you know that croup can be pre
vented? Give Cbamberlain'8 Cough
Remedy a3 soon as the child becomes
hoarse or even after the croupy
cough appears and it will prevent the
attack. It is also a certain cure for
croup and has never been known to
fall. Sold by Wilkinson & Co., and
J. F. Kiedaisch & Son.
fl CITY NEWS
—Special prices at Huiskamp's.
—Crandall's music store—607 Main
—Smoke Moelier's Silver Ash c'gar
—Harness—Low prices. Sherwood
I —Choice dressed poultry at Joseph
Haubert's, both phones.
—Attend market by St. John's Altar
Guild Saturday, 1:30, Benner Tea
—Puckechetuck lodge No. 43 meets
every Friday evening at C:00 o'clock.
W. E. Rokey, N. G. Gccrge W. Imme-
-Special for Saturday from 2 to 9
publican voters of Lee county that I I for moving the residence of Congress-1
I am a candidate for the nomination for man Marsh at Warsaw, and from
sheriff, subject to the decision of the there will go to Keokuk, to move sev
voters at the coming primary election, eral houses known as tJ.« Donahue
While it is often impossible to pre- public they are exacted to
vent an accident, it is never impofr- bftst efforts along tost line
sible to be prepared—it is not be- ®ver produced by local talent- Indeed,
yond any one's purse. Invest 25 cents I
p. m. Reg. 5c No. 1 and No. 2 Crimp
top lamp chimneys at 2 for 5c. Limit
of two of each size to a custom*, r.
in a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment business to make way tot this up
and you are prepared for sprains, to-date coterie of black fac* perform-
Duncan-Schell Furn. Co.
—Quincy Herald: C. J. Durfee of.You
1509 North Eighth street left today for
of house movers- He has the contract
JULIUS EICHIIORN. 'row. Th~ two Jobs will occupy about
Texas' Great Size. 5 —Those who will take part In the
Memphis Commercial Appeal: Texas baseball minstrel will have a rehearsal:
had one week of prayer. Just long on ir,day afternoon, with orchestra Ripe white com
enough for the whole state to say!at Katies" hall, 2:%0 o'clock. The
amen. work of rehearsing is going along fine
fSf, ly and when the minstrels are pre#ent
is reported a# gftfng out 1
Everybody's friend—Dr. Thomas'
Electic Oil. Cures toothache, sore
throat. Heals cuts, bruises, .scalds.
Stops any pain.
THE DAILY GATE CITY
50c a Pair Saved
Our inventory shows a surplus of large sizes of
all styles of women's shoes.
Saturday we will refund 50c in cash to any one purchasing a
pair of women's shoes in the following sizes 6, 6/z, 7, V/z, 8 width
AA, A, B, C, D, E, EE.
EVERY Woman's shoe in our store—except 8orosis shoes—
se at $2.50 $3.00 $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 is Included, regard*
less of style or leather.
Bode-Larson Shoe Company
The Economical Cash Shoe Store
-51 per set. at
—Read The Daily
—Oil your harness
—If you want a bargain in shoes go
—Market at SL Paul's hall Satur
—Casino brand canned goods are}
guarantted. Reek's grocery sells them.
—Fresh country eggs 25 cents per!
dozen at W. K. Hodge's, Eleventh and
—Lincoln supper served by the
Ladles of Trinity church, Saturday
evening, 5:30 to 7:30. 25c. I
—George Willis Fanning has trans
ferred to Maggie F. Dorsey lot 1 and
thirty feet of lot 2, block 100,"the prop-:
erty being on the corner of Seventh I
—Captain R. V. Fetter, principal
owner of the Gardie Eastman fleet of
river improvement craft, wintering in
Mississippi river, but in the meantime
his fleet must not be idle. The captain
will not remain with the fleet, but
will continue to make Quincy his head
—Regarding Lieut. Robert M. Nel
son of La Grange, mention of whose
death was made in these columns, a
dispatch says: Lieut. Robert M. Nel
son of Company B, Thirteenth Regi
ment, United States infantry, died of
cancer at his home here at 7 o'clock
a. m. today. Lieut. Nelson :,erved
two years and nine months under Gen.
W. T. Sherman and was then made
mustering officer at Columbus, Ohio.
After recovering from a severe wound
received at Collierville, he saw active
service at Vicksburg, Jackson, Kansas
Post, Chickasaw, Bayou and in nany
other engagements. He had the dis
tinguished honor of planting the first
United States flag on the works at
Vicksburg upon the taking of that!
place by the federal troops. For
meritorious service he was made a
commissioned officer by special act
of congress. Lieut. Nelson was born
at Farmlngton, Iowa, March 14, 1843,
to which state he returned after the
war, and remained there until 1870,
when he came to Missouri and settled
in Knox county. In 1872 he married
Miss Mary D. Stokley, who, with two
601,8 and four
Life is what
Take a fresh grip-
"Cheer up" with a bowl of
Dainty, fluffy bits of
Toasted to a "turn"
It's a delightful,
Served right from the pkflf.
With cream or fruit.
"The Memory Lingers"
Pkgs. 10c and 15c
Quincy bay, states that a good portion
of his fleet will be taken to the mouth
of the Missouri river when navigation
opens to do some improvement work.
The exact location is near Texas Junc
tion, some fifteen miles above St.
Louis, on the Missouri river. The cap
tain says that he takes his fleet to I' troubled with Indigestion, con
that point 1 -arise there is no contract stipation, no appetite or feel bilious,
in sight in this portion of the river, as S,vo Chamberlain's Stomach and
the appropriations were all used up in! L,ver Tablets a trial and you will be
last season's work, it is possible that pleased with the result. These tab
appropriations may be provided later invigorate the stomach and liver
in the season for work on the upper «nd strengthen the digestion. Sold by
In Sterling, China,
Pottery, Cut Glass,
514 Main St.
Wilkinson & Co., and J.
—Harness oiled $1 per set at Sher
—Bargains in all styles of shoes at
—Grimes golden and Jonathan ap
ples, Malaga grapes, dates and cran
berries at Reek's grocery.
—H. C. Brown has transferred to
the American Cereal Works, lot 4,
block 4, City of Keokuk. The prop
erty is between Main and Johnson on
—Mrs. John Kennedy, Sr., Of Mont
rose died Tuesday noon of pneumonia
and her body was buried at Oakland
cemetery here yesterday. She was
sixty-nine years of age and had been
a resident of Lee county since Octo
ber, 1854, when she came from Ohio to
Montrose with her parents.
—Alexandria Delta Sun: Judge J.
D. Rebo, who left the first week in
October, 1909, for a tour of the world,
arriver home Saturday. The Judge
brought back several interesting sou
venirs of the trip, and says that the
wonderful country 0! Japan waB the
most interesting to him of any visited,
—Montrose Journal: While in Keo
kuk Tuesday we visited Robert Beggs
and Guy Casper, who are In the Gra-!
ham hospfikl. where they underwent!
surgical operations, and found them
both in good sp'rits and getting along
nicely. Mr- Beggs said that he ex
pected to oe home by the 15th of this
month.. Mr. Casper expects to be
home by the. 20th
—Late interurban items concerning
the progress of work on the Hannibal
and Kirksvllle road, taken from the
Palmyra Spectator: Dan Phillips, who
has been buying ties in Union town-1
ship, was in town Monday and re
ceived pay for all he has bought so far,
and instructions to keep on buying all
that came in. Mr. Claud Latimer, who
has been with the surveying corps,
informs us that he expects to organize
a force, of men in a short time to
clear the right of way of trees and
brush. This work will be commenced
as soon as the bridge is completed.
Work has been temporarily suspend
ed on the bridge over North river 011!
account of the supply of cement being
exhausted. Mr. Schwartz, the fore
man, expects another car this week
All the piers are advanced far enough
now to be out of danger of high water,
so a little delay will make no material
will thoroughly cleanse, whiten
and preserve the teeth, harden
the gums and render the mouth
clean and wholesome.
Put up in handsome pack
25c. the can
ON SALE AT /'\V-
Corner Fifth and Main
Carriages, Boggles, Spring
Wagons and Tracks.
FRIDAY, 11, 1910.
Great Cleaning-Up Sale
We have decided to clean up the accumulation of Women's
and Children's Garments In our Ready-to-Wear Department.
The Garments are not new or made in the prevailing styles,
but at the prices marked are the greatest values ever ottered.
We have arranged them in lots, at the following prices*
^ixit No. 1—Women's and Children's Garments at
Lot No. 2—Women's and Children's Garments at .....
Lot No. 8—Women's and Children's Garments at ......
JjLot No. 4—Women's and Children's Garments at ......
Lot No. 5—Women's and Children's Garments at .......
Lot No. 6—Women's and Children's Garments at ......
"Lot No. 7—Women's and Children's Garments at ......
Lot of Women's Wrappers light colored, slightly soiled
JLiOt of Women's Dress Skirts, a little shop worn
If you can use a Woman's or Child's Cloak that it not new
or stylish, at prices that lit the merchandise, this is your oppor
No Approvals—No Exchanges—No
thing Laid Away at this Sale
Sale Now Open
Sullivan & Anwerda
Rubber Tire Work a Spec
Cor. Filth and Exchange Sfs.
Fresh Dry Batteries
Electric Wiring of all
Gas Burners and
King Plumbing Co.
•—Read The Dally
cents per week.
Gate City, 10
A Good Place
to Get Into
is our fitting room, where you will be
sure to find what you want in fabrics
and what will please you in styl8 and,
comfortable fit. The newest designs
and shades in fine worsteds and chev
lots are here for your selection, and,
we positively guarantee you a perfects:
fit. Then our scale of prices will
amaze you by. their moderate figures 1
Keokuk's Leading Clothes Make.
FERNDELL Tomato CATSUP
is always pure and right and it's
backed up by one of the biggest
houses in this country. It has the
same garden flavor always. Its tempt-.
lng and appetising. It makes tough
meat taste Juicy.
Pint Bottles 25c
Ferndell Chili Sauce, 25c Pint Bottle
7 0 6 Main
—DEALERS IN— E
and Sewer Pipe
Louisville and Utica Ce
ment, Lime, Hair, Stucco,
Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile,
Gutter Pipe, Fire Brick,
Fire, Clay, Flue Lining,
Chimney Pipe, Etc.
422-428 Johnson Street,
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