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w^Duncan-Sckell Furniture Co.
announce the Christmas readi
ness of the great
unique toys, excelling in varieties
any offered in previous seasons.
A speclal two part drama of heart interest,
beautifully told in moving pictures.
Also Two Good Comedys
ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW
Afternoon Shows 2-5 Night 7-10:30 p.m.
INGERSOLL & CUNNINGHOM, Managers
A Laugh Every Time You Bat an Eye
The Great Griffith
In a Varied Program cf Hypnotic
The Big Feature for Tonight
The Hypnotic Circus
Visiting Nurse Ass'n
at 7, 8:15 and 9:30
Mr. Walter E. Perkins in
"My Friend From India"
A Great Film Comedy
Extra Pathe Weekly. Lord Cecil Inter
venes with Arthur Johnson and Lottie
Admission 10 and 20c
J. P. Cruikshank
Farm Loans, Real Es
tate and .Abstracts
First Class Farm Mort
gages for Sals
30 Years' Experience
Opposite Court House
Fort Madison, Irn.
A powerful four reel Special Feature!
Entertainment, with Pauline Bush as'
Julia de Mortemar and Murdock Mac-!
quarrie as the Cardinal. In addition
to this magnificent production, a
One Reel Comedy
will be Included
Same admission. Best of music.
SKERSICK A DOUDA, Managers.
The Handy Tailor
Dry Cleaning, Press
ing and Repairing
that will please you.
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THE HOUSE OF QUALITY PICTURES
•.. rsfcr^fe^toi-J/-isEL :i:
Demonstration of our new
American Silver King Slic
ing Machine. All metal
parts whicJti touch meat
are siiver. Come. in and
see it demonstrated by
FREE demonstration of
dried beef to all who come
all day next Saturday. 1
|MR. AND MRS.
John W. NICHOLS
TENOR and PIANIST:
lues. Evening, Nov. 10
815, at the Y. W. C. A.
^TICKETS SO Cento
fct! HAYDEN,.Local Mngr.
Now is the
When yon are out shopping to
come in and have your Eyes ex
amined for Glasses, or, if you
now wear tbem, to see if
need changing. Do this early
in the day, before your eyes be
When in doubt about your
eyes or your glasses, consult
SEE US AND SEE THE BEST
We Have It
Will Puzzle and
Amuse Old and
City Drug Store
700 Main St
Veteran Shot Himself.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.!
LONDON, Nov. 6.—At the inquest'
today into the death of Major General
Kekewich, who yesterday shot him-|
self, the physician who attended him!
stated that he had been very moody
and greatly depressed because his ill'
health bad made it impossible for hira:
to accept the high command in th-e'
new volunteer army tendered him by
the war office. A verdict of death by
eniclde was returned.
709 Main Street
One of the
Beauty and $
It is a well-establish«d fact, hand
ed down from generation to gener
ation of the oldest families of
Europe, that Pure Olive Oil is a
very valuable complexion beautifler
and is also highly nutritious.
Today there are many substitutes
for olive oil, but we wish to assure
you that our olive oil is the pure
and nothing but the pure oil of the
first pressing of the finest hand
picked olives obtainable.
We give a larger quauntlty of the
purest of oils, and ask less than
you would have to pay elsewhere
for a smaller quantity of inferior
Your money back If not
Cor. 5th & Main St*.
for One that Fails
labrics are used
in our "EMERY"
Shirts. They launder
up fresh and bright
Fit, Color and Wear
$1, $1.50, $2.00
Our union suits arc made
for comfort and with pat
ented closed crotch. They
are excellent values.
$1.00 to $3.00
Best Boy's Clothing
•—®ead The Get* City want column.
i. -C. A
—For your spring chickens or
roasts, call Prank J. lowers.
—A marriage license has been is
sued to Albert Opstelten and Cora
iGray Judd, a Keokuk couple.
—Everybody wantg tUe beat pure
products, and that Is why they
insist on' receiving Hamill's "Palm
—Three weeks from yesterday the
annual slaughter of turkeys will be,
staged. Thanksgiving .day comes on
—Lamb roast, choice beef roasta
and spring ciiickens. Markley's.
—Puckechecuck lodge No. 43. meets
every Friday night at
members requested to be present. By
night. Geo. immegart, secretary.
—The monthly report of deaths at
Burlington shows twenty-six persons
died there last month. All but two of
these weref white people.
—Regular meeting Keokuk council
No. 636 tonight at 8 o'clock, Hawkes*
hall. Eighth and Main. Visiting breth
ren fraternally invited to attend. C.
M. Kingman, regent J. I, Annable,
—A Japanese garden In miniature
has been built by the librarians at the
Keokuk public library. The garden is
the envy of the children and the cen
ter of admiring groups.
—Only fifty-five more days until the
first of January, 1915. It Is not toe
early to be thinking about the resolu
tions which will be made New Year's
day and broken the day following.
—Special meeting Gate City chap
ter No. 7, R. A. M., tonight, 7:30, Ma
sonic temple. Work on. M. M. degree.
Visiting members cordially Invited.
—Zona Gales, the author, will ap
pear In Burlington Saturday evening,
ii was hoped at one time to secure tlw»,
writer of the Friendship Village'
stories for the first district federation
convention here last October.
—Joe Echle opens new meat mar
ket Saturday at 1328 Main with-a tall,
line of meats, poultry and fish.
—The court calendar for the com
in? November term was being arrang-.
?d today bv the clerk, and the bw-j
dockets will be ready for the attorneys
when the docket Is called Monday.
The November term will commence
—The Country club 'will close Sat
urday for the season. Golfers wishing
to get their clubs out must, do so by
—If the weather stays as fln.3 as It
has been this week, Sunday will wit
ness a huge parade of aptomobiles.
The roatfis are in fine shape, there will
bo a great exodus of local people, and
a corresponding increase In travel
from the surrounding districts into
—If you are looking for the best 1°
canned goods, you are looking for
Hamill's "Palm Brand.'^ 5^
—Saturday Joe Echle "opens new
meat market at 1328 Main. Order
meats, poultry and fish of him. .'v„.
—On November 19, will be cele
brated the fifty-first anniversary of
the famous Gettysburg speech which
Abraham Lincoln delivered at ttie
dedication of that famous field as a
cemetery Mark Howe, who Is to
charge of the National cemetery here,
an? Col. H. B. Blood saw -and heard
Lincoln speak at that time.
—Protect yourselves from inferior
canned food products by insisting on
your grocer supplying you with "Palm
—The dry leaves Rand park are
being taken care of by the park men.
Thjy are being burned along the road
ways and wherever it is necessary to
burn them. The trees In the park are
fast losing their foliage, and the
pround Is covered, to considerable
depth In some of the place*. Prepa
rations for winter are being made In
the case of Inhabitants of t^ie »o at
—If everybody wanted nothing but
the best, everybody would be using
Hamill's "Palm Brand" canned fruits
—Chicago women are facing -prose
cution for wearing stockings in which
have been worked designs of the
American flag. The stockings were
manufactured by a progressive Eng
jlish manufacturer at the outbreak of
[the present war. The American worn
ten in Paris and London immediately
took up the fad and displayed their
patriotism every time they crossed a
street. The Aa* Is worked into the
nnkle of t.he stocking. The fad spread
to this country, and at a meetln? of
t.he American Fla* Day association
there recently, step* were taken to
prosecute tho wearers of the patriotic
hosiery. Maiming it is a desecration
of th-3 ffhs.
—There are no two things just
alike. There are no canned fruits and
vegetables Just like "Palm Brand."
Large pieces of fresh Brazil
Nuts dipped In rich cream fill
ing and then covered with the
finest chocolate coating.
Wilkinson & Co.
422 Main St.
1X7HAT will your new Coat
Suit look like after
worn it awhile?
Two garments may
niw^. but it's the honest workmanship, the stitching
and tailoring that cannot be seen, that give perman
ence arid durability not only to thergarment itself, but
to the graceful lines yon admire soimnch when you first
put on your new garment.
"jAnd all of this good character and good looks stay
with the garments, to retain with all its^ original
beauty every time the garment is pressed,: .s^
The guariurtee insures the purchaser of two
sons of satisfactory wear, S i^
Sullivan & Aowerda
COMB SAGE TEA«
«INTO GRAY HAIR
Darkens Beautifully and Restores
Its Thickness and Lustre
Common garden me brewed Into
a heavy tea, witfe tulphur and alcohol
added, will t«rn (fay, streaked and
faded hair bftutlfully (^rk and luxur
iant remove fvfry bit of dandruff,
atop scalp fBd falling hair.
Mixing the Safe Tea and Sulphur
recipe at home, though, la trouble
some. An e^hler w«y ip to get the
ready-to-use tonic, costing about SO
cents a large bottlf, s| drug stores,
known as "Wythe's and Sulphur
Compound," thus avowing a lot of
While wlstpy, gray, laded hair Is
not sinful, we all dealer to retain our
youthful appearance nod attractive
ness. By darkening injur hair with
Wythe's Sage and Sulphur, no one
cab tell, because it doqs it so natur
ally, so evenly. You jtyst dampen a
sponge or soft brush with it and
draw this-through your-hair, taking
one imall strand at a time by morn
ing all gray hairs have disappeared.
After another application or two your
hair becomes beautifully dark,
glossy, soft and luxuriant and you
appear years younger.
IS BEING COMPILED
8ummary of Projects Which Have
Been Investigated by the Asso
ciation la Made up.
An induatrlal record, containing a
summary of the projects which have
been Investigated by the association
here, is being compiled by Manager
Towne, from the dally records of th«
association. The record contains the,
factory projects which have been
looked into, with a brief summary of
the correspondence on each of these
Mrs. Anna Ford.
The funeral of Mrs. Anna Ford was
held at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon
at the funeral parlors of I. S. Ackley,
J0O7 Blondeau street and was con
ducted by Rev.. E. Leroy Steffey of
the First MethodiBt Protestant church
The pall bearers were Augustus
Andrews, Jack Chambers, John Hol
lerith a.1, Andrew Callahan. J. R. Di
mond and T. 8. Robinson.
Oottmm gathered Ow of tbm world
quality eC tfi«ti« BBparJorlty la best
v. .• v" rv
Wooltex garments ore famous for their perfection
of style, for the beauty of the fabrics used, but especial
ly for the superb tailoring which gives them exquisite
lines and the unequalled air of refinement which you
see in the garments., .. %,
vtery much alike
btaaM peitactt^ vkat yo kn whaa
FerndeD Brand Coffee
LA nsed. The DHAKTOC ^WMM— ACTNM coSh
axe oitnivMMd.. -Bold anljr fey/ .v
CARD OF THANKS.
I wish to thank my neighbors and
friends tor the kindness shown me
during the sickness and after death
of my mother Anna Shippey, also for
tb« many floral tributes.
quality of mate
rials an# careful workman
ship make this
of meit'f shoes
hold their shape up
Come in—we will show
them to you.
Hodge & Hawkes
11 I I
Five Dollar Durham Im
•r This outfit consists of one IK**
hath Duplex Domino Razor
white American Ivory
I safety guard, stropping attacfl
ment and 6 Durham DuP"*
Blades, paoked In a genui»»
I leather kit.
Scott & O'Reilly
•00 Main atrect^
XMIy Oftta CUT