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"'%U®5DAY, OCT. 15,1912
The
Keokuk
White,
Pound
iSPICER
Sullivan & Auwerda's
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Big Ready-to-Wear
Department is now ready
for the Fall Campaign.
Exclusive Tailored Suits, Coats and
Dresses for Women, Misses
and Children
new models^ in all new
are ready. They come
materials
in a large variety and in all the new
Colorings, showing the very latest
and most exquisite effects to be
worn this Autumn. An early call
is advisable. We will be glad to
welcome you, whether wishing to
purchase or not.
New Silks, New Dress Goods
Beautiful line of Dress Trimmings
Every Department now overflowing with
good things.
BENNERTEACO.
TODAY we are in our
new location in the Horn
aday Room at 514 Main.
Street, where we will be YJ
glad to serve all of our old
to
and new friends.
Bell Phone 138 514 Main St.
Finest in the World
Made at
WINONA, MINNESOTA
LAGOMARCINO-GRUPE CO.
4
We Bake Fresh Every Day
SCHOUTENISIS
Makes your watch
4, keep time
902 Main I
I
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1
ts*
FLOURffl
Distributors
•ippftll
Vi 14,
Roscoe E. Lowe
THE HORSESHOER
(Formerly with Blake A Lowe)
1202 Main Ct.
Horn* phono 3269. Ball phono 1384-Ro#
,1Ve^SS and Morning make
*=£•*.1 the need
I ii!, We "e showing
deTerwe~?ifty
toPcoats.
fashioned sHp-ons,
ijand cravenneted raincoats.
$1° t0"
lamlf .l"8"13' =°™ct
rapefe, shoulders, etc
arfter2*?
j'tt
a
!!,T
tted
011
Particularly adapted
for those to whom ordin
ary coffee is forbidden.
1-POUND TINS
McGrath Bros.
Drug Co.
Lv? Corner Fifth and Main.
Buy Groceries of
Davis Bros.
Dealers In staple and fancy
grooariea, vegetables and coun
try praduee.
Ml phon« No. 6
Hub. phone No. 83
1210 Fulton St, Keokuk, lowa.
YOU
i||Are Gomg to Build
pi
A HOME
HOTEL
FACTORY Igp
GARAGE
USB FIREPROOF MATERIAL
The Hamilton Clay Mnl'g Co.
Of Hamilton, III.
into^s Storage
inton's Transfer
Merchandise, Machinery, Furniture
Stoves, Musical instruments, Pictures
and everything In the Storage Line.
Large, clean, safe warehouses. Prices
reasonable Including Insurance.
TRANSFER LINE IN CONNECTION
Offfee 625 Blondeau. Both 'phones 18
PERSONALS.
Mr. J. Clark of near Chariton, la.,
is visiting at the home of J. W.
Clark, 1710 Williams Street.
J. B. Weil will go to Chicago this
evening on a business mission.
Mrs. Frank M. Fuller and Miss
Anne B. Davis went to Chicago Mon
day for a few days visit.
Miss Alice Flnnerty and Miss Al
berta PechBtein have returned from a
two week's trip to Des Moines, Chica
go and Rockford.
Mrs. John C. Sage is home from a
visit in Chicago.
Mrs. Marie Radasch has returned
from a four month's visit through the
east.
Adv8^
rotacoats,
4
convertible
collars, in worsted and chev
iots, $|10.00 to $20.00.
Prices are
basis planned togive
the value
W®fe&EI
MEVSS Bars OUTF/TTL'RS
Merck's Dekofa
A genuine coffee from
which "the stimulating
drug caffeine has been
largely removed.
GATE
c*TY
NisvVS
pretty line of ion
wood's.—Adv.
~Adve?tisemfntnBCh'
vou
more of it for t^e money
you pay, thaft any
Keokuk store.
The mo^
^fler
bes at
We will be elaii
dre8S
our new Toitlon^tMj El
Benner Tea Co.—Adv.
of M^oae^Keokuk^lod01
night at 8 o'cTock inS
P. Johnson, C. C.—Advertisement.
—Blankets 50c to $8 pair. Central.
—Adv.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
I will not be responsible for bills
contracted for by Mrs. G. Fred Wil
liams. G. FRED WILLIAMS.
Y.W.C.A. NOTES
Get-Two Banquet.
The get-two banquet of the Young
Women's Christian Association, which
has been previously announced in
Tho Gate, City with menu list and
program, will be held thte evening at
the association rooms and will no
doubt be largely attended, as all who
were successful in securing two new
members will be entitled to seats at
the banquet. The menu card and pro
gram for toasts and music are repro
duced below
'V
The Menu.
1
Sher-
With rtf^-wni meet
at
7 o'clock at
thl
-Elegant lin« of
wood's.—Adv.
evenl
scQUt should be there ^hry'
Bvery
Ut faJl
buggIes
at Sher-
triram'^.
the central.
you in
street.
L°yal
0r
704'
eing brothers cordl^ ,86
to­
halK
O- Vaughn dictator
secretary—Advertisement
Via.
Martin
Car%cl«*ning.
Sherwood's!—Ad^f"1688
f0|i
dental office inYhe"-
Uttle- 7
repalrs
to
Penea
Ing, rooms 4 andffi6—a*"'
C" A" bulld-
QUl
5
et Vert,Sement-
last night was th« v. ,ace Keokuk
'ScaI Police department" no?61"8 °f
are q^orded for th* n!Lhtan
the
arrest
the
mght. Things
during the past there has been
.—Louie pleased alf'v.. fhe officers
pair work. /'Nuff Bed." Six,
Adv.
—J. C. Blake, horseshoer, at the old
Btand, 506 Johnson street.—Advertise
ment.
—Wilbat, the ladtes tailor, drafts,
fits and makes all kinds of ladies
outer
garments.
1105 Main street.—
Advertisement.
—The many Keokuk friends of
Helen K. Weil will be pleased to learn
that she is to read "Maeterlinck's
Eluebird" at the Boston public li
brary. This is the second appearance
of Mrs. Weil before the Boston public
library and it is quite a compliment
to her. Mrs. Weil has also been in
vited to read at Groton school, Groton,
Mass., which is the Eton of this coun
try. f''
—For flannelette and outing flannel
see the good values now on display at
the Central.—Adv.
—Regular meeting Morning Star
lodge No. 5, Knights of Pythias to
night, at 8:00 o'clock at Castle hall,
Fifth and Blondeau. Visiting knights
invited. Work in Esquire Rank. -JoTm
The
r*
Chicken pie *r
Mashea potatoes
Escalloped cheese
Waldorf salad
Hot biscuits ''If?..'
,gj, Brick cream
Cake X'
Coffee.
Toasts and Music.
Miss Martha Hornish has been se
lected to aict as toastmaster:
Prayer Miss Jackson
The New Members Mrs. Streeter
Solo Mrs. Tucker
Reading .. .1 Miss Parsons
High School Girls Miss Le Faivre
Solo Mr. Utt
The Old Members Miss O'Harra
"The House by the Side of the
Road" '...... Miss Brown
Song, Keokuk Audience
Extension Work Miss Porter
Reading Mrs. Frank Brown
NEW PETIT JURY
IS DRAWN
For Service in District Court Begln
ning Nov. 5 Panel of Fifty
Is Called.
Fifty men have been drawn for
jury service by Clerk C. B. Lake, for
the district court, beginning Nov. .5.
Their names are: Tony Moller, C.
H. Davidson, Martin Hesfoaclier, Har
ry Schultz,. August Santa, Harvey
Ringstrom, Chas. Bonham, Foant
Blaisdell, Andrew Bek, Wm. Marshall,
Joe Wooster, Henry Weyand, Geo.
Hardin, Dirk Lafeber, Wm. Ulrlch, C.
Lautz, Wm. Leiser, Julius Osbourn, I
Wedding
~~Gift
A few suggestions of non
par gifts for the fall
bride
Ours ock 's fuli of beautiful
new things in every line—
artrJ 1 y°U come
and look around without feel
ing any obligation to
buy?
Engraved Glass
S15.00 M-TO
Good clocks of correct style—
style In genuine mahogany, with 8 da^
ments that are guaranteed timekeepers,
large assortment from $4.00 to $20.00.
Our engraving is
characteristic of the
high quality of our
wares.
Scott & O'Reilly
Prescription
Druggists
PURE
DRUGS
Amhtmb prescription WM
600 MAIN »T.
Joe O'Blenis, John Yachlin, Abe Jef
fries, John W. Englehart., Chas. C.
Smith, H. F. Kruger, John F. Erb,
Claude Owens, Jas. Curley, Wm. Pal
mer, Geo. A. Ross, J. W. Pi-ckering,
Allen Philip, Wm. Robinson, Thos.
Keraghan, H. A. Heaslip, R. L. Humes,
Geo. Criswell, B. L. Auwerda, B.
Brown, Emil Johnson, Ben Long, Wm.
Kite, Peter Vandendoel, O. O. Tracey,
W. E. Narrley, Tom Kennedy, O. B.
Hoke, Thos. Taylor, W. S, Montgom
ery ,and J. Z. Wilsey.
PERSONALS.
tlio
Carl Hubinger is visiting in
city for a few days.
George B. Stewart of Fort Madison
is in the city attending the sessions
of the United States court.
E. C. Weber of Ft. Madison, assist
ant county attorney is in the city to
day.
Rev. R. W. Lllley and Harry Van
Ausdall are in Louisville, Ky., at
tending the national convention of
Christian churches.
Mr. J. L. Koppland, of Andover, Mo.
was transacting business in this city
today with the Iowa State Life Insur
ance Co. He also visited the great
water power.
Wilkinson & Co.
KEOKUK'S BIGBEST DRUG STORE
422 Main Street
"sipisiaffs
Sk
iliil
W
rhe
The Happlewhite Pattern
Sterling Ftat Ware .1
We are showing this beautiful pattern complete.
Knives, Forks, Spoons, Fancy individual and
Serving Pieces.
X&BRQNS
I1S1
MAIN STREET
70® Main.
rr
McNamara's
Sons
Dealers In
Building Material
and Sewer Pipe
Atlas Portland
Cement
Louisville and Utica Ce
ment, Lime, Hair, Stucco,
Mortar Colors.
Acme Cement
Plaster
Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile,
Gutter Pipe, Fire Brick,
Fire Clay, Flue Lining,
Chimney Pipe, Etc.
422-428 Johnson St.
Keokuk, Iowa
J. W. DEVERO
Successor to Geo. Well.
PRACTICAL HORSESHOER
Special attention to quarter cracks ano
corns. All kinds of shoes made to or
der. All work guaranteed.
1227 Main St
v. as
5a8ed
Pepper sets,
on
A Discovery Worth While-
page mm
ti^r
"W%
v. f«./
surP
I I
Ifil
'i
Sheffield
most popular anw
,n
large pieces, trays
"i'S
practfcal
«. «»,.«,"£ 0,00.
silverware
table d,shes, vege.
««r,
Sterling Silver
0on b0
dishes, sandwich trays h»r 'emon
from 93.00
to $25.W. Cased
,««r coffee cups,
almon
Ctc"
sots, after dln-
Our Kerndell coffee treated by Ever's process of vacutim treatment
is positively a Drugless process, meohanically purified and cleansed
Try a pound next time, 50c per lb.
It la without a competitor. It has no equal.
•IMMEGART
James
8et8'
UUT
aSs!° t?s^
.,v
Our name insures
quality—It adds
nothing to the
cost.
se/t^lsKJ**
!i Foulkes & SoiK'
'Mis
—FOR—
Wall Papering, House
& Sign Painting, Frames
& Pictures 4f
Cor. 4th & Blondeau* I
-$PW.
FOR
Carpet Cleaning
Call up
LAMB & BERTSCH
Rugs made to order. Feather
Renovating, Feather Mattresses
and pillows to order. Mat
tresses of all kinds to order
and renovated.
217 Main St Phone 104&-Black
BLANKS
Dyers and Cleaners of Ladles'
and Gents' Garments. -%&
III
I
Bk-. ft
IP
j-g-fc!
,Sr'11
mr
eft
Both Phones
~m
LET US DYE FOR YOU
Dresses, Ball Costumes, Cur
tains, Portieres, Draperies, Eta,
oleaned and dyed.
Bell phone 249-Blaclc. 924 Milk

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