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FBIDAT, NOV: «,
"Yes, we are doing fine!
How. could wte help saving money when I cook the
meals and heat two rooms with the same fuel A**1
High Oven Range
is thehandiest thing you can have in your kitchen.
"It is big enough to get the meals for our large family
—and the fire is neverout.
That makes a big difference when steady and regular
heat is needed iitthe house.
"This range is built like the v? S
Hole's Orlginal Hot Blast Heaters f| |f
that have made wonderful records in fuel saving/
which has brought 4jgreat many new orders.
(BOY SCOUTS TEAM
TO PLAY HAMILTON
Fellows *From Here Have Fast Elev
en and Expect to Win From
-Boys Acroes River.
The football team from the Boy
1 Scouts of America In Keokuk will
play an eleven from Hamilton at Falr
view park at Hamilton tomorrow
I afternoon at 2 o'clock. The local lads
area husky bunch, and expect to win
the game, or at least give the niinols
tribe a run for their money.
The team Is composed of Neil, full
I back Ebersole, right half Subley,
(left half Robinson, center Smith,
[right end Lance, left end Jones,
left tackle Lance, right tackle Pear
eon, right guard, and Grant, left guard.
[The substitutes are Elgin, Cruze,
Sargeant and Patterson. J:
'. *. Cause of Lumbago.
LUniied Press Leased Wire Service.!
CHICAGO, Nov. 6.—High steps on
street cars were blamed for much lum
bago and sciatica by Dr. H. H. Fry
"Constant reaching for high steps
causes a twisting of the pelvic joint,"
said Dr. Fryette. "This shut^ off the
First and Bests
'Call for Supper
Try a Faust Spaghetti dinner
once in a while—you'll surely
enjoy it. Cook, with red ripe
tomatoes for about 40 minutes
and serve with (rated cheese.
If you don't say this makes a
rare feast a fine, savory ap
petizing meal, you'll be a rare
exception. A 10c package of
this wholesome food makes a
family dinner for seven—
that's economy fer you. Send
for free recipe book.
5t and 10c packages.
mPUMtOfc.lt L—h. Me.
Just look at it It is two stoves in one.
Didyou ever see anything more convenient?
And it la economy itself.
"It burns either soft coal, slack or
Old stoves taken in part payment
anew High Oven Range
Duncan-Schell Furniture Co.
Cash 307-317 Main St. 'ir Eav /Vmenti
173.7^ ST. KEOKUK. 1DWA PH0NE96
regular flow "-'of blood) and eventually
may produce 'lumbago or sciatica."
Tonight at the Colonial theatre,
the House of Quality pictures will
present "Merely Mother,'? a special
two part drama of heart interest/ and
beautifully told in moving pictures,
and also good program of comedies.
You always see a good show at the
CITY PAYS ITS PART
5500 Warrant Issued, City's Share of
Expense of Improving River
Road to Montrose.
The city council today authorized
the clerk to draw a warrant for $500,
payable to Thomas H. Joyce, treasurer
of the river road fund committee, for
the improvement of the river road
between this city and Montrose.
This is the amount the city agreed
to pay toward the expense of improv
ing this road. The county and local
automobile men also agreed to con
tribute certain amounts of money for
the same purpose.
BUCKEYE COALhas gained a reputation for Itself In
yean this year, thtf fifth consecutive year. Is provi
the way the old customers are reordering and tellln
IRK IS SECURED
MIsa OHvei WhItlook of Davenport,
Who Comes Highly Recommend
ed, Will Take Mies Habe
ivicht'e Place for a Time.
EXPERIENCED IN WORK
Newly defected Nurse* Has Received
Training at 8*. Luke's Hoepltal
.at Davenport and W».#lv
is-.: ft Training in Chicago. ..- .v
Miss Olive WWtloek of Davenport,
has been chosen as school nurse to
take up the work begun by Miss Habe
nlcht who will go to New York to
•nir.fr post graduate work in Columbia
university. Miss Whitlock Is"expected!
to arrive on Saturday and will begin
work in the schools on Monday mora-
She comes highly recommended
both as to her professional training
and personal qualifications for
The school nurse belongs to the
corps of visiting nursfes under the
Keokuk V. N.-TAi, but Is of course un
der the supervision of the superinten
dent of schools, Mr. Aldrlch, and the
nurse's committee of the School board,
o. Boyd and L. A. Hamill.
Y.M. A. ITEMS
Another Big Hike.
The "Y" boys will have another big
hike tomorrow. This week the trip
will be made on the Illinois side, going
north from the bridge. It was plan
ned at first to hike to Ehraston and
meet some boys from Carthage ttwrs,
hut that plan does not seem advisable
for this week and will be postponed
to a later date. The boys will leave
the "Y" prompUy at 8 o'clock. Each
boy Is to bring enough lunch for him
self, something that tte^can cook over
a camplire, and ten cents for bridge
toll. Only boys 10 years of age *nd
over will be permitted to go,
AUTOS WILL RACE
ON TEN MILE TRACK
KEOKUK AS A
THE DAILY GATE CITV
members of the "Y" have the privi
lege of inviting some .boy friend who
ill not a member to go along. The
hike will be under the supervision of
Will Brugman, boys' secretary, assist
ed by a corps of older boy leaders. It
Is expected that the boys will get
home about 4 o'clock*
Thrillllng Dasn Between Three
L. S. Harter, driving a Bulck, Louis
Cabeille Overland and Arthur the Oakland, Pacific coast league,
at the old fair grounds track, back_of
the cemetery Sunday afternoon.
race will be for ten miles
there will be prizes for the winner, al-
laps or a mile
The winner of thfl "race has the
privilege of challanglng any car under
thirty horse power.
The road to the fair grounds will
be well placarded so that there will
be little trouble getUng to It. The
drivers promise a thrilling run for
school nurse. She received her nurse's
training In St. Luke's hospital In Dav
enport. She has had training under
a school nurse In Chicago and has had
practical experience in the Davenport
schools end in the district nursing
service In the same city.
.? Regal will stage a race cite, was this city today meeting
ARVWNRUIWRW QVVQ T*P ARM
NEWOOM-BK. S2r£S 11
Rev. F. B. McAllister Will Give
Series of Sermons on a
Among the corrections that might
be mate Rev. McAllister sees three
outstanding features that are glaring
to the eye of a stranger. Chief among
them is the selling of what ha8 be
come the most venlmous material,
liquor next is the Sunday tnovle and
last hut not least the cities uafltted-
to give the boys and girls the
best possible moral and physical edu
cation, or the poor substitution tor the
former evils. These sermons will be
powerful, straightforward addressee
that every well moaning citizen of
hear. They claim that
In olden days the Way they leaned If
The subjects for these three ad
dresses will be as follows:
one was Insane was to put the victim years, has been stenographer In the from miliUry activity.
uug Tveg iuoauv y* »~v ___
"Why the Keoknk Drunk Fell Out of
Bed Nov. 6, "Putting 'Move' in the
Sunday Movie," and Nov. 22, "Adam,
Eve and the Baby." Citizens of Keokuk,
no matter what belief, are asked to
consider the topics to be given.
"WEE WILLIE" PROUGH
IS BACK FROM OOAST
Former C. A. Heaver Had Good Seas
on—Will Return There Next
"Wee Willie" Prough, pitcher on
his many old friends here. Prough
The returned several days ago from the
and coast and Is visiting with relatives of
Mrs. Prough at Hamilton. Prough
i^for the wtaner of the fastest Uo had a successful season at Oakland
and will return there next year.
Mrs. E. A. Payne of Carthage and
Miss (Frances Westcott were married
at her home at Granville. 111., Wednes
day. The groorti is a member of the
Payne* architects, of
this clty bMde tor Beverai
for Skin Diseases
To eyes that are accustomed, beauty
becomes common and unsightliness
becomes unnoticable. Thus, thera are Travinlr Ornat. Success
many things Keokuk that would OOCTOrs -Having weat OUCCeSS
catch a stranger's eye as out of place,
that would be unseen by the older
inhabitant. It is in view of this faot Amolox, the new remedy for the
that Rev. F. B. MoAllister will give cure of eczema and skin diseases, Is
titfiM «rltW ^Ta. Mill) llMnll Ail awf A«mal.
series of sermons beginning with No
vember 8th on a "Cleaner Keokuk.
The purpose of the series will not be
to knock, but merely that tne scrub
bing brush might be applied to make
Keokuk the finest and most up to date
city along the upper Mississippi.
a clean, mild liquid applied external
ly. Simply wash the diseased skin.
Does not soil or stain, dries instantly,
Is soothing, antiseptic, penetrating
the skin, killing the germs that cause
the disease. It is the prescription of
a well-known physician, who has
used it with remarkable snccess in
his private practice.
Cases of chronic eczema, tetter,
psoriasis, acne are now being cured
after all other remedies have failed.
Go today to J. F. Kiedaisch ft Son
and get a bottle of Amolox prescrip
tion. It will positively kill the germ
and heal the skin in barber's itch In
a few days. Stops all Itch and burn
ing Instantly, renders the skin soft
and soothes it so the sufferer can rest
and sleep. Remember J. F. Kiedaisch
& Son and dealers everywhere will
refund your money, if you are not sat
isfied. Trial size 500.
.'iSi*'*, .j, of~~
Xmas. Clutch Pencils
50c Solid German Silver Pencils
$1.00 Gold Filled Pencils
$1.00 Sterling Silver Pencils
v.-. i' '4,
We have purchased through our New York office 2,000 Clutch
.Pencils at less than 1-2 their real value and in order to reduce
this amouut to our regular needs we will offer them at the above
prices this week.
t^Mail Orders filled with the understanding that money
will be refunded if not satisfied. We send all mail
orders post paicL
See Our Window Display
into a room with water tinning from office of O Harra, trirtarra,
a spigot and tell him to mop it up. Walker,
If he Is an idiot," says one of the Mw.
keepers to an Inquirer,- "he'll not turn the pulpit at the Denver
the spigot off, but just keep on mop- church
ping." Axe we playing the part of
the Idiot by being content with the and Mrs. Rose Cariln of New Canton, official returns for the entire state
mopping and not getting at the real 111., who were Recently married, are compiled early today "how that Sen
source. It Is to assist in making Keo- visiting her daughter, Mrs. Franl» ator Sherman was re-elected to the
x. .m A MA. A 11
Marriage licenses—Lawrence Rein
er, Keokuk, to Florence Qschroth,
•Nauvoo. Clarence M. Anderson, La
Harpe, to Maude Biggs, La Harpe
Timothy R. Phelps, Augusta, to. Hal
en A. Wood, Augusta.
Drs. R, S. Runyon, O. K. Fleming
and B. M. Robblns attended the Han
cock-Adams Dental association meet
ing at Golden this week.
Townsman Morey Cutler is in very
Monday evening the Carthage
Woman's club gave a farewell dinner
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. B.
Berry, for Rev. and Mrs. T. H. Bog
gess, who closed their labors with the
Baptist congregation Sunday.
The funeral of Dr. Wm. H. Mac
Kelvie was held at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Rams, Wednesday.
was the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. MacKelvie of this city.
His death was due to apoplexy and
occurred at his home near Medlmont,
Idaho. He was about 43 years of
Speedy Death for Some, While Others
Have Running Stores as
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
WASHINGTON, Nov. 6.—After an
exhaustive Investigation, the United
States public health service today an
nounced Dr. F. F. Friedmann, the Ber
lin physician, ha« no claims to a dis
covery of a specific cure for tubercu
losis. The investigations showed that
"one fourth of all the oases receiving
the treatment, developed1 running
sores or abscesses at the placte where
they were Injected."
The report added that wMle some
patients were buoyed up after an In
jection of the serum, others "progress
ed to a speedy death."
Mexicans Fight Again.
rvHflrrt Wood A ventlon has not done.
Porter will occupy
Hr. B. W. McColm of this city
source. It is to assist in mauug nw visum* u«r
kuk what it should be, Jk. flUy wet Strader of this city. They will reside senate by a plurality
j. i. r~—Roger Sullivan, former
come the numbers, that are bound" to at New Canton,
come with her prosperity, that Rev.
McAllister will give this "eye to eye"
County Clerk Frank Thornber has
accepted a position with the Illinois
Printing Co., iwlth headquarters at
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
EL PASO, Texas, Nov. 6.—Except
ing a brief dispatch stating that there
had been fighting between troops of ™"y out of cake making.
2en. Francisco Villa and Gen. Venus
tlano Carranza, no details were
ueufcus www rr imne,
This the con
vention has not done. Another long
period of fighting Is now expected.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
CHICAGO, Nov. u.—Complete un
official returns for the .entire state
ator Sherman was re-elected
of 14,901 over
John Bullock, a prominent citizen national committeeman, though Sulll
of Fort Oreen, died Tuesday, shortly van has not yet conceded his defeat
after casting his vote on that day.
The unofficial returns show: Sher
man, 386,229 Sullivan, 371,238 Rob
MeOovern la Behind.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Nov. 6.—The
best available returns early today
showed State Senator Paul Q. Hoist
ing leading Governor Francis E. Me
Oovern In the race for United States
senator by 2,105, with three counties
unheard from and eleven counties in
complete. The count was: Husting,
192,153 McGovern, 127,503,
Bucket Brigade at Work.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
HARTFORD, Ark., Nov. 6.—Flre of
unknown origin caused $50,000 loss in
the business district here today. A
bucket brigade of 1,000 volunteers
probably saved the entire town from
Oh, such cakes as you can bake
now, ladles! OVTBNGOLD is the mod
ern wonder that takes all the dlffi-
celved early toti&y. Troops are those comes a cake as light and fluffy and
which the constitutional chief has, delicious as the most expert cake
teen massing ever since the conven- makers dream of.
tlon met to settle factional differ-1 It's all true! Ton Just get a paok
ences. The breach between Carranza I age of OVENGOLD of' your grocer
and Villa and the Zapata faction of and see. Just add water as per- di
the constitutional party cannot now
be bridged, is the belief. Carranza
has demanded as an essential condi
tion to his own resignation that Villa
and Gen. Bnfllano Zapata be retired
wouuer ui wouuero, uub
rections and bake and If OVE2NGOLD
doesn't do exactly what we say, why
your grocer will return your money
quick. Try It, ladlea! Learn this
Here Is Good News
for Stomach Victim?
6ome very remarkable resultt afes
being obtained by treating stomach,
liver and intestinal trouble* with pure
vegetable oils, which exert a cleaming,
toothing and purifying action upon the
lower bowels, removing the obitructiom
of poisonous fecal matter and esse* »nd
preventing their absorption by
Thi» done, the food is allowed free pafe
•age from the stomsdk .fermentation
ceases and stomach" trouaHN' |ttWsly di*
George.If. Mayr, for twenty years
leading Chicago drugpist. cured himself
and many of his friends of stomach,
liver and intestinal troubles years*
standing by this treatment, and so sue*
cessfal was the remedy* he devised th«t
it has since been placed in the hands of
druggists all over the country* Who have
sold thousands of bottles.
Though absolutely harmless, the ef
fect of the medicine is sufficient to con
vince any one of its remarkable effect
iveness, and within 24 hours the sufferer
feels like a new person. Mayr's Won
Throw Your Old
Cake Recipes Away!
OVENGOLD has done for them—with OVEN0OLD yvdi
make the most delicious eake in three mimites—with
OVENGOLD anyone can make fine cake.
Stomach Remedy is now seid here
destruction. Six buildings were de
stroyed. The EdHvard Dry Goods com
pany, with a loss of 927,000, was thi
heaviest sufferer. Hartford Is In tin
Prairie Creek coal mine strike field.
**Aad rM thraft toUa*
.liti ttfliVma rV
HNGOLD you simply add water then
bake, and wonder of wonders, out
new convenience. No matter hflr is*
perlenoed or Inexperienced you are
at oakecoafclng, you oan't have bad
luok with your cake If yoa use OVBN*
OVE1NOOU) has all the eggs, but
ter, milk, sugar, flour, etc., right In
It, all exactly right, and you cant
make a mistake. It's grand! Get a 25
cent package of your grocer today
and try it just once on our absolute
guarantee. Nearly all grooers have
OVBNOOSiD, but if yours shouldn't
just send us his name and 25 cents
and we will mail you a full-size pacfc
age prepaid. AJlmade Bfckeries. D»
"Wen, I amr «mU *01
1 I—«•»* abMrt OVEW
COLD. Nnr fc*» Mart'*