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TWO BIG BARGAINS
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THE NEW HOOSIER CABINET
FITS ANY KITCHEN
-This New Hoosier has 40 special Labor
^.Saving features, 17 entirely new. Every worn
aa who has seen it is enthusiastic. We want
"you to see this cabinet now.
About 700,006 women use Hooslens—moat of them
have bought through the recommendation of their
friends. That's the safest guide ixre know.
Read the Hoosier $i Plan
Note how fair it to—how the guarantee protects yon
—and see ths Hoosier cabinet tomorrow.
1. You may choose any of the new Hoo«k»
—"White Beauty," or "Oak Interior" at
slightly lew price.
2. $t pots your Hoosier in your home at once.
$1 weekly quickly pays for it.
3. The low cash price fixed by the factory
prevails strictly—no extra fees.
4. This sale is under the direct supervision of
the Hoosier Company.
5. The sale is strictly limited to our small
allotment of new Hoosiers.
6. Your money back if you are not delighted
with your Hoosier.
The bis bargain you will get in your Aluminum Pan
will pay you for coming down. Ton don't need to bay
anything else. Don't pat this off, for other women are
reading this too—and those who wait too long will be
Duncan-Schell Furniture Co.
307 317 Main St.
we continue our
safe of. a few more quart aluminum sauce
pans, to vromer. onh\ usually sold at 35c to
You do not need to buy anything else to
get one of these pans ,but while you are in
the store you will want to examine
Cabinet, "White Beauty," delivered to Vour
home for A SIGLE DOLLAR.
O N E W
I N O O O S I E
Coffees gathered from parts of the
quality of greatest superiority la best
and blended perfectly, la What yea bar* wfea*
Ferndell Brand Coffee
is used. The drinking qualities of FsradaB co®
are unsurpassed. Bold only by
There are Kitchen Cabinets
5^ —and Kitchen Cabinets
^Almost every cupboard built for kitchens is
led a kitchen cabinet nowadays. Every
woman who has a kitchen has some kind of a
storage cupboard, but the women who use
Hoosiers save millions of steps because of the
scientific conveniences built into the Hoosiers
about merchandise. That the business
—IT. P. church bazaar changed toimen appreciate the wide service this
X)ec. 1st. paper gives is indicated by the fact
—Be sure and read the advertise- that the advertising patronage is! been frost previously, although some
^^ments of Keokuk merchants. Those:larger than that given any other Keo-|of this color may be caused by
appearing in this paper tell of bar-jkuk newspaper. There's a reason. 1 receding sap In the llmba.
have your size .a
Men's $4.50 Shoes.
Men's $4.00 Shoes.
Men's $3.50 Shoes.
"We Have It"
The Finest Cold
Cream in Keo
City Drag Store
700 Main St. Phone 184
—The dally average sworn paid clr
eolation of The Gate City for the
past six months up to October 1st,
was 6,054. The nearest competitor
'of The Gate City waa 4,237. There's
la reason why merchants should use
this paper for their advertising an
—The weather bureau here Is in
dicting frost tonight. If it comes. It
They give correct information will be the first frost of the season.
Trees are already being dressed ont
in their red'and yellow leaves which
leadg people to beUeve that there has
the dally ga'jje city
Fverything must go.^ The chance of
shdes for less than you pay for cheap ones.
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Men's Hodd areti-2s, regular price $1.75 and $2.00. Cut price .$1.90
Men's Old Colony arctics, regular price $1.50. Cut price $1.25
Men's heavy arctics, regular price $1.35. Cut-'prioe .$1.00
Women's arctics, one buckle, regular price $1,15 Cut price ... .85o
Misses and children's arctics, regular price $1.00. Cut price 66c
Men's low artfties, regular price $1.25. Cut price 85c
—Tbe recc»rd for swimming tn«
Mississippi river at CampbeR*a island,
near Rock Island, was broken recent
ly by John Bawling, a one-armed man.
Re made ths distance tn nineteen and
one-half minutes. Bawling' claims to
be the champion pne-artned swimmer
of the world. He has the distinction
of being the only one-armed man to
hsre swum the BngHah channel.
—A catechetidtel school for the pmr
pose of: string BIMe ana catechtms
tastraction to children over 11 rears
of ace has been established at St.
Panics German Bwangeltcal church,
ffSerentli amt Bcchange streets, by
the Rev. A. C. Brnat. The first class
iwOl he held this erasing at «'45
o'clock, and another class will b«
formed Saturday morning at 9 o'clock.
There's nothing so Kood for sore
throat as Dr. Thomas' tCMetrlc OIL
Cures It In a
any pain tn any part.—Advertisement.
b&bvchb suit ovsr
HI am Itf^Company claiming Daniagea
Are Due From Minnesota
judgment for 587.25, and a writ of
attachment are asked for by S. Hamfll
Co., In a salt against Brown Brothers
of Osakls, Minn., filed in the delict
court today. Plaintiffs allege that
they purchased In Novemberlast yea/
theltwenty-si* cars of potatoes worn the
defendants. When th* notntoes came
Stock of Shoes and Rubbers
Will be sold at greatly reduced prices to discontinue the business
t-f ERE is your chance to supply your Fall and Wint^it Shoe fields
*. for less money than ever before, and in the face of the highest
pr'ice on, shoe? and leather ever knopi. iv
All Children's Shoes Greatly Reduced
1 lot Misses' Yic Kid Blutcher# $1.75 and $2 values. To close out, $1.00
some were found to hare been frozen,
and In bad condition the petition al
leges. 'Plaintiff claims he notified
Brown Bros., and by wire received
the information to accept cars and to
send claims. Relying on this wire,
plaintiff states they accepted ship
ment and filed their claim and hare
made several efforts to collect
amounts due them.
Arnold J. Sehmleg was appointed
administrator of the estate of Joseph
The wUl of John Haubert was HIM
The Jury for the coming term at
Kort Madison was drawn Saturday
night in that place. Clerk Hart and
Recorder Vaughn going to Port Madi
son for that purpose. a
or what time
of day it I*
Your Drag Store Needa
We deliver everythlnf promptly Vftth.
out extra charge.
Wilkinson & Co.
Ok. Arthur Kledslssti, Mgr.
•t'fCe 'V& '.j ".•*£*
Women's $3.00 Shoes.
^Women's $2.50 Shoes.
all kind4 of Whitmore Bros. Polish. 10c size cut price 5c
$2.00 Arch Su|pot'ts. Cut price I $1.50
At Before the War
Mary Garden, Asurla, Laurls,
Jioky, Houbisants Ideal, Hou
blaawfs .Vlolette, OJorkls, Rofl.
Scott & O'Reilly
BOO Main Street
have been In that cit^ tnaking arrange
menU for th^L utfanal reunion in
1915. Great preparations are being
made for the next grand lodge meet
tog in the southern California city.
The convention held In that city in
1909 was a remarkably successful
and pleasant one.
Nanvoo Independent: Sheriff Mc
fwete in titer
former served papers In several law- portance will come up.
MONDAY, (K7T. 12, i9U
a lifetime to buy. good
Come early while we
oes. Cut price
Women's low arctics, regular price $1.00. Cut price v.. 5 0
Men's storm and low rubbers, regular price $1.00. Cut price ^. .75c
Women's storm and low rubbers, regular price 75c. Cut price .50c
Children's storm lubbers, regular price 60c. Cut price *.».... .45c
Boy's heavy, rubbers, regular price 85a ^.Cut price .65c
Tone Kryptok Lent**
OLD aTVUI KRYTOK
One solid lass With two visions
invisibly Joined—for Reading
and Fkr Sight.
Let ewr expert opticians test
yawr eyee and fit them with
Blassee If they are needed.
—Dan C. Voohries, of Los Angeles,
sends to The Gatw City a copy of tbe
Los Angeles Times which contains a
picture of prominent Elk oflkers who suits—two being damage suits against
C. R. Montgomery, each for $5,000,
brought by AMe E&right and wife.
The suits are a result of the collision
of the former's buggy and the latter's
automobile a few weeks ago. The
other caae Is a divonce suit of Mrs
Geo. 8ymmonds of th'e southeast coun
try against her husband.
—Gate City Camp. No. SI, W. O. W
meets tonight at Hawkes* hall. A fjn
attendance is urged, as business of im*