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I ui If 4 'J* 4 yf PAGE'SIXTEEN \y 4* Pl I SulKvan & Auwerda' Are Showing Some Special Bargains PalmisBeach Suits are very much in demamd. We have a good assort ment in the most desirable styles. Summer Dresses in all the newest 'fabrics asnd colors a large collection ranging:in price from Skirts in Palm Beach cloth, Golfine, Pique, Linen and other new material in all sizes and prices, from AutomobileOoatsin PalmBeachcloth and Natural linen, from Special values in Lingerie and Silk Waists. Sullivan & Auwerda Correct Styles :"l^f!thout^Ignoring Imthis day and gen \eraftioiifstyle is demand Ned? rnfm£n!stckthing. The-style of our suits is' faultlessly accurate and correct in every de tail, giving our clothes snap, youth* and person ality. Prices $12 to $25 Moliair Suits Pakn-Beach Suits Silk Suits at Linquist Bros, THE ADJUSTABLE TOP THE ADJUSTABLE TOP SLIDING DOOR SPECIAL SPICE JARS MEAT BLOCK NEW STYLE BREAD BOARD ALL SOLID OAK KITCHEN CABINET QUICK WML COAL OIL STOVE QUICK MEAL TABLE GAS 8TOVE SEEN IN OUR WINDOW Step ih and See Them. Find Out Price. You Will be Well Pleased When Shown These Goods 518 to 524 Main THE QUALITY $2.50 to $25. $1 to $10 $2,50 to $7.50 Economy If atsnifc lis to appeal to meoAoT the* more partic lanclass, it must have ^styie. GDPVKICMT IOI» jousbxxKtsvu^ Ewers-McCarthy Co. An Ideal Kitchen will be seen $10 to $18 $7.50 to $10 $18 An excellent se lection of Straw Hats and Summer Haberdashery. Street READ THE DAILY GATE CITY rfriinS -"j-1 Heath & Milli gan's Best Pre pared Paint Gal. $2 Sole Agents Scott & O'Reilly Druggists 600 Main St. CITY NEWS. —See King Plumbing Co.'s line of electric fans. wo Deautiful new pianos special price. Cash or time. Plggott. 62R Main. —Superintendents Burgner, Wright, Buner and Foley composed the com mittee appointed to inspect the Ham-: ilton-Nauvoo boulevard last we»k,1 says the Hamilton Press. The Mis-' 8lssippi River Power company will be asked to repair bad places and cnl-1 verts, after which the commissioners of Sonora township will keep it in re-1 a THE D4ILY GATE CITY4 1 N another first words of the most inspiring newspaper serial ever begun. Please before [sitting down for a good period of enjoyment, do this: Forr get everything you've ever read in riMfcAilnrs or dailies. This is a new develop ment—a joyous story of purity and virtue, in its relation to modern conditions. You will praise this newspaper for its m* ARLE WILLIAMS plays the romantic part of Tommy Steele. His fine character and chivalrous beapng in the company of the heavenly Celestia, gives Williams the opportunity of his career, and you may be well assured that not an opportunity has been issed. V' CITY NEWS —Masonic: Hardin, Mori. 28. 7:30 3. —Buy an electric fan at King Plumbing Co.'s. —Kco..uu .ua No. 13, I. O. O. 1\. meets every Monday night, at o'clock. Visiting brothers invited to attend —The girl's council, Y. W. C. A., will meet for a six o'clock lunch at the •association on Monday evening. This is the regular monthly meeting of the council and Is an important one, for plans wUl be made for the excursion to be held, the last of July. KODAK FILMS Developed and Print ed Every'Day. Any Size Film 10c M/V1N ST. fjiill/ EOKUH & eaai/ru, NITA STEWART —the A "Goddess." In the flowing' draperies that are mpst proper in Heaven"and so bewildering to modepis, she is in very spirit the embodiment of spring-time, youth, inno cence and a modest, beau teous violet. S '**BiG»':EST. BUSIEST 5t BEST 9RUG STORE made under the auspices of the App DAILY UATJC Cl CITY NEVVS -—Keep cool with one of King Plumbing Co.'s electric fans. —Go with the Lady of Maccabees I oA the Sid-ey July t. to Quincy. —One Keokuk child celebrating in advance the Fourth of July had both •?yes injured and his face badly burn ed. Such" warnings of injury and blindness come each, year, but are usually unheeded. —Fans, electric fans we have an elegant line. King Plumbing Co. —The children who have entered the garden contest ar© asked to re port to the garden inspectors of their ward, when their gardens are ready for inspection. TTie prizes to be given are worth whilo in value and the chil dren must not fail to report their gar dens, otherwise they will not be in spected. —The members of the Gate City club were entertained Thursday after noon by Mrs. Rachel Atkins and her daughter Miss Belle Atkins, at their home Twenty-second and Bank street, A program of readings and songs was given, in addition to the regular busi I ness session. Luncheon wag served at tha conclusion of the program. —In connection with the celebration of the seventy-eighth anniversary of the founding of the Presbyterian church at West Point, the oldest church of that denomination in Towa, it is of interest to Keokuk people to know thai ._rs. Margaret Patterson Starkweather was the first baby to be baptised in that church. This would seem to argue that Margaret Patterson was the first Presbyterian baby bap tized la Iowa. ALPH INCH directory who has put his best efforts Into what he declares is an unsurpassable picture drama. Mr. Incehas scorned to stoop to cheap theatrical devices, and the results as seen in the theatres will make a new epoch in ^picture-making 1 SIT. public helpfulness. Don't miss a single installment, and start next Monday in your favorite theatre to see the film— f' -V CITY NEWS. —Corns mean pain, pain means wrinkles, wrinkles mean age. What ar.3 you doing to keep young? You can have your foot troubles -corrected at Marinello Chiropody Dept,, 324% Main. VERGEN OLIVE OIL Quart 9CcV,: Pint 50c 1-2 Pint 30c Hotel Iowa Pharmacy Co. R. R. GLENN, Mgri Lady erk for lady customers -It-Si' v-' Phone 80 SUNDAY, JUNE 27,1915 P- UVERNEUR MORRIS, 1 the author, gives the favorite reading for millions of subscribers to Hearst's Magazine, Cosmo politan Magazine,, etc. One of the most notable figures in American literature, Mr. /Morris has forgotten com mercialism and permitted his art full swing. You Are Trou bled witJvr Come to us and we will hell you how to get rid of the pesky things. McGrath Bros. Brag Co. 5th and Main CITY NEWS: —Mr. and Mrs. George W. Smith, 1609 Tlmea stret, entertained at six o'clock dinner .Friday evening in honor of J. L». Thompson of Des Moines. —The following people 'from ont of the city attended the funeral of John Wolff: Irwin W. Wolff, Chicago Ed ward Wolff and wife, Chicago Mrs. 1 Lou Argast and daughter 6f Nauvoo: Mr. and Mrs. F1 D. Mohnike. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nutt, Mrs. Ed. Langer beck and Ous Lane, all of Wever., I Henry Sella, Cedar Rayida. fc.