OOT. 16, 12
Candidates on the Republican Ticket
In Iowa Are All Working Hard for
the Success of the En
TO GET OUT LARGE VOTE
very Speaker Made It Plain That
He Was for the Straight Republl-
can Ticket From Top
A [Special to The Grate City.]
LITTLE HOOK, Oct, 16.—Harmony
And team work were the conspicuous
features of the opening of the repub
lican campaign hi northwestern Iowa.
Republican leaders hers had arranged
a gTeat tour of the county In the In
terest of the republican ticket, ana
the following persons on the state
Senator Wm. S. Kenyon, Governor
G. W. Clarke, Attorney General Geo.
Cosson, State Auditor J. L. Bleakly,
W. L. Harding, candidate for lieuten
The party was started at George
and made an automobile tour, of the
county, stopping to greet large crowds
and to deliver a few specehes ai
Larchwood, Lester, Doon, Inwood ana
Rock Rapids, and holding a splendid
evening meeting here.
Committeeman Bradly and S. D.
Rinlker had charge of the tour and
directed the party.
Brief talks were given by the dif
ferent candidates at each place and
the voters were urged to get out on
election day and vote the straight re
publican ticket. Every speaker made
It plain that he was for the ticket
from top to bottom and no qualifica
tions and that it was to the Interest
of all that a large vote be got out.
This tour was planned to demon
strate that the republicans of Iowa
are in dead earnest in their campaign
and mean to carry the state by a big
majority. The presence of these can*
didates on the platform together gave
visible evidence of the harmony ano
unity of action which prevails In the
state and the spirit of confidence that
abounds. They will continue together,
or at least in large part, for the en
tire district, making sixty meetings
in a whirlwind tour of the big elev
enth. George C. Scott, republican
candidate for congress, will accom
pany most of the time, and perhaps
Reports are that the republican^ in
this part of the state are waking up
and organizing to get out a big vote
and to, carry every county of the dis
Corner Stone Lal'd.
["Special to The Gate City.]
DOWNING, Oct. 15.—The corner
stone of the new public
school building of the Downing dis
trict was laid Monday afternoon. The
the cost of living
ADIES, it is in your power to reduce
the outlay for food in your households
and feed your families better. Serve less
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elements of meat at about one-tenth its
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Faust Spaghetti is made from Durum
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And there are so many delicious ways in
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YplJ SHOULD HEAR "BILLY
The new building will cost about
nine thousand dollars and Is to be
completed by January 1, 1913.
Here is a woman who speaks from
personal knowledge and long experi
ence, viz., Mrs. P. H. Brogan, of Wil
son. Pa., who says, "I know from ex-
STOLEN OUTFIT IS
CLAIMED BY OWNER
"Billy" Williams, the Drummer Evangelist, who cornea to Keokuk Thurs
day, Oct 17th for a ten day's aeries of meeting under the auspices of
the Young Men's Christian Association. He will address gatherings in
shops, on the streets, In churches, and at the Association building. To
morrow, Thursday night, a dinner will be tendered In honor of the
Evangelist at 6:2b o'clock In the Association rooms.
sej-vices were conducted by the local
Masonic lodge and were participated
in by the school children. Rev. Stan
ton of Memphis delivered an interest
ing address after the laying -of the
perience that Chamberlain's Cough and pleasant to take, and mild and
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For croup there Is nothing that excels
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Augusta, III,, LWeryman Identifies
Horse and Buggy Picked up
Here Last Wee^k.
The" horse and buggy picked up by
the police on the levee last Friday
night were claimed yesterday by E.
W. Chambers, a liveryman of Augus
ta, 111., and he came to the city for
his property yesterday afternoon.
Chambers said that the rig was tak
en from his barn with his permission
last Thursday by a man named Coop
er, who had frequently hired a horse
from him. He was selling some arti
cle to farmers and drove all over that
part of the country. He telephoned
Chambers from Keokuk Friday, say
ing that he would return the rig Sat
urday, but he ha? heard nothing from
him since then. It is supposed" that
he left the rig tied here and left town
on a train.
If you have young children you
have perhaps noticed that disorders
of the stomach are their most com1
mon ailment. To correct this you will
find Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv
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KEOKUK MEN ARE
STRONG ON TALK
Burlington Police Pick up a Couple of
Young Men Who Do Not Like the
Village and Fine Them.
Burlington Gazette: !P. M. Clay and
T. M. Merrett, two mouthy young
traveling men, who stated they were
from Keokuk, were arreBt'ed yesterday
afternoon by Officer Dennis Flynn for
being Intoxicated and creating a dis
turbance on the street.
They were so shocked at being ar
rested that they immediately began
to plan a recall of the city council, an
expulsion of the police force, and sev
eral other drastic actions, to avenge
the absurd action of Officer Flynn for
"pinching" them when they were not
doing any more than what other
drunks are arrested for.
Desk Sergeant John Hughes was
officially notified that he might begin
packing his trunk as his days as
city officials were numbered, while It
was heart-rending to hear what was
going to befall Denny Flynn. They
wished to talk to "their attorneys in
Chi." and had the city known all the
unpleasant things the young fellows
Were saying about it, it would have
shuddered like Frisco did some years
Never before had anyone realized
what a terrible place it Is in which
we live, and John Hughes was actual
ly ashamed when he found out who
and what he was. They used some
words that could not be defined even
by Webster. If the young men's de
scription of the city was correct
Dante could come here and Improve
upon his masterpiece, and Frank Nor
ton would throw up his job when in
formed of what kind of a place he
A reaction set In during the night,
and the young men marched up be
fore Judge Garrett this morning as
meekly aB anyone can imagine. They
were assessed a fine of $10.85 apiece,
and were released upon a payment of
TELEPHONE LINE IS
Iowa Telephone Company Is Rebuild
ing Line From Wapello to Keo
kuk —to be Finished Soon.
Gem City: A large gang of m«p are
working near Wever now rebuilding
the toll line of the Iowa Telephone
Company from "Wapello to Keokuk
They started at Wapello and have al
ready reached the small village above
It has been found In the telephone
business that when trees are situated
near the lines that the service is im
paired and in rebuilding their lines
the Bell people are seeing that no
trees are closer than 20 feet from the
wires. This Is made possible only
because the Bell people now have the
right of way pn both sides of the road
where before the old Mississippi line
THE DAILY GATE CITY
THE MAN OF
327 MAIN STREET ::.
had one side and the Bell the other.
The line will be entirely rebuilt with
new wires, new poles and new equip
ment between the cities enroute but
will not be touched in the city limits.
The local management are confident
that Fort Madison people will be giv
en much better service after the lines
are completed. 'V-Liy*
—Read The Dally
cents per week.
Gate City, 10
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NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
Notice is hereby given of the in
corporation of the Hydraulic Engi
neering & Dredging Company, a cor
poration whose principal place of
business is In the City of Keokuk,
Lee County, Iowa. The general na
ture of the business to be transacted
by said corporation is to engage in
and conduct a general engineering
business, hydro-electric work and in
stallations, concrete and masonry
business, irrigation reclamations, hy
draulic work and business of all
kinds, electric engineering, river and
harbor Improvements, dredging, gen
eral contracting work of all kinds,
and such other business as the board
of directors from time to time deter
mine. The authorized capital stock
of this corporation is ten thousand
dollars, divided into shares of one
hundred dollars each, which shall be
Issued at such times and under such
conditions as the board of directors
shall determine, and shall bo paid In
cash or property actually received by
the corporation. Said corporation be
gan business on the 17th day of Sep
tember, 1912, and shall continue for
a period of twenty years thereafter
with the right of renewal as by law
provided. The affairs of said corpor
ation are to be conducted by a board
of three directors, and by a president,
Mill to Man Tailors
Starting Thursday Matinee
a vice-president and a secretary and
treasurer. The said directors shall be
elected by the stockholders and from
among the stockholders at their an
nual meeting each year, and said
other officers shall be elected by the
board of directors at a meeting to bo
held immediately after the annual
meeting of the stockholders. Said!
directors and other officers shall hold
their offices for one year, and until
their successors are elected and qual
ified. Vacancies in the board of di
rectors shall be filled by the remain
ing directors until the next meeting
of the stockholders. Until the an
nual meeting of the stockholders in
the year A. D. 1913, the following
shall be directors: H. K. Dimelow, W.
E. Flanagan and V. F. Casey, and H.
K. Dimelow shall be president, V. F.
Casey, vice-preBldent, and W. E. Flan
nagan shall be secretary and treas
urer. The highest amount of Indebt
edness of said corporation shall not
at any time exceed two-thirds of the
capital stock. The private propert)^
of the stockholders shall be exempt
from liability from corporate debts.
DR. W. P. SHERLOCK.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Ofifce 18 North Fifth Street, in the
Office Hours—10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 8
p. m. evenings, 7 to 8 Sundays. 11
ic 1 p. m.
W. J. HARTER, M. D., D. O.
Osteopathic and Electric treatments
b. specialty. Office 30 North Fourth
street. Ground floor.
Hours—10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 5 p. m.
Evenings by appointment.
Phone—Office Iowa 1254-Red resi
dence, Iowa, 870-Red.
DR. C. J. CHRESTENSEN
Y. M. C. A. Building
Office hours—9 to 12 a. m. 2 to 6
p. m. Residence iowa phone 1157
2 rings. Office Iowa phone 1)57, 1 ring
Residence 320 North Eighth Street
DR. H. B. WESTCOTT
Office over Younker's store, corner
Fifth and Main Streets.
Bell 'phone 670-I31ack. Hub 'phone 145
DR. BRUCE L. GILFILLAN.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office 621% Main atreet, over
Crooks & Cox Millinery store. Bell
Residence 317 North Fourth street.
Bell 'phone 1280-rted.
Hours: 10-12 a. m. 2-4 p. m. 7-H
p. m. Sunday by appointment.
DR. W. FRANK BROWN
318 North Fifth Street
Hours: 10-11 a. m. 2:30-4:00.
7:30-9:00 p. m. Both phones.
Surgery and Genitourinary Diseases.
DR. L. C. HOWE.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Y. M. C. A. BLD'G.
Office hours:—10-12 2-4: and 7-8.
Phones: Office, Iowa, 703R1
DR. C. E. RUTH.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Hours: 11 lo 12 a. m. and 2 to 5 p. a.
No. 407 Equitable Building,
DES MOINES, IOWA.
DR. O. W. ROWE
Assistant state Veterinarian
318 Biondeau Street, Keokuk, Iowa.
Office pbone 659 residence 208-Black.
DR. J. p. REYNARD
Graduate Chicago Veterinarian Col.
Office 20 North Third street.
Barn phones, 294 Bell, 265 Home.
Residence, 1237 Bel'., 4485 Home.
Calls answered night or day.
J. F. AND N. M. SMITH.
Nannie M. Smith. Ralph B. 8mlth.
ABSTRACTORS OF TITLE
Now In their own building, 511-513
Biondeau "treer. Iowa phone 95-Black.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
John W. Young, Builder, Superin
tendent and contractor for all kinc*
of construction. Also general repair
wofk. Prompt and careful attention
given to plans and estimates. Your
patronage solicited, office 506 Bion
deau. Iowa 'plione, cffice 2143: resi
H. K. DIMELOW,
V. F. CASEY,
W. E. FLANAGAN,
Dated, Keokuk, Iowa, October 5th,
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