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THE GATE CITY COMPAHY.
North Sixth St., Keokuk. Iewa-
.• THE GATE CITY ta on sale at tha tollaw
Hotel Keokuk, Cor. Third
S» C. H. Rollins & Co.. «»S Main Street.
1 Ward's Cigar Store, 618 Main StrM*.
Depot Ifews Stand, Union Depot.
A GOOD NIGHT. j,y'
The battles of the day have left their
There is no warfare now the march
Wheel patiently and surely from the
And all Day's trumpet challenges have
From the illimitable depths of night
There breathes a lullaby no pen can
A melody that 'lives
The half-hushed, mystic, wistful slum
There are no wounds that ache, no
stings that smart
Once sleep has flung her spell about
Forget the weary road, the endless
"Sleep dwell upon thine eyes, peace
in thy breast"
—W. D. Nesbit.
THOUGHT FOR TODAY.
Tf judges would make their decis
ions just, they should behold neither,
plaintiff, defendant nor pleader, but
only the cause itself.—B. Livingston.
It has been figured that the num
ber of automobiles in this country
passed the 2,000,000 mark last June.
•$'& The Du Pone Powder company an
nounced a continuance of Its 20 per
cent cash bonus to all its employes
for the coming year.
Two million miles of dirt roads
_,»• have been built in the United States.
The total length of public roads of all
., kinds in this country is estimated at
Santa Monica, Calif., has a grocery
store where the patrons move around
«and help themselves to the aesired
ij articles which have been previously
ri put np in convenient packages, and
their bill is chectced up as they leave
Charles O. Pitcher of Milwaukee
started an endnrance run on the mat
rimonial speedway two years ago and
ran up a score of eight wives before
he was counted into jail for a four
year rest. Charley's run zig-zagged
from Sioux City to Manitowoc, Mich.
The 35,000 employes of the Interna
tional Harvester •company are to be
come co-partners with their employ
ers. Each employe will be allowed to
purchase profit sharing certificates,
payment of which may be made in
small monthly installments. Provision
Is made for converting these certifi
cates into stock at a rate lower than
tne market value.
Mrs. George A. Bu-ckstaff has been
appointed on the special committee to
investigate the condition of athletics
in the University of Wisconsin, and is
Baid to spend most of lier time study
ing the records. Until her appoint
ment was announced, she did not
know a thing about athletics. The first
jWoman to occupy this position, is a
'descendant of Miles Morgan, whose
bronze statue stands on Court square
In New York city. Her mother was a
sister of the late J. Pierpont Morgan.
"He giveth his beloved sleep." (Physical condition. Physical exercise
—Psalm exxvii., 2. *8 distasteful to .many persons, and so
"Sleep dwell upon thine eyes, peace in tendency is not to take exercise
thy breast"— unless it comes in a oleasurable form.
The stars drift slowly down intq the A brisk walk- morning and evening is
west, conductive to good health in the win
The drowsing breeze sighs faintly on ter, says the Burlington Gazette.
the hill There are many exercises that may
Save for its song the wide, wide be gone through with in the bedroom
world is still. before going to bed that will help. No
apparatus for this is necessary, as
one the effect of lifting weights and pull-
Night has one cure for Day's
One 'healing balm within her clasp
The blessed sleep that makes our
frowns grow smooth.
The blessed sleep, to comfort and to
Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1915
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Baker's Breakfast Cocoa
The doughty sergeant of the late
American colonies was a power in
dealing with the Indians. '.
The Des Mtoines Register and Lead
er is authority for the statement that
F. M. Molesberry of Columbus Junc
tion is a candidate for congress from
the first district. The R. and L. says
that Mr. Molesberry was in Des
Moines a few days ago in a case be
fore the upreme court and stated that
he was a candidate and that he was
out to win.
EXERCISE IN WINTER.
With the advent of cold weather al
most every person, except those en
gaged in outdoor occupations or ath
letics, naturally cease the various
forms of outdoor exercise that were
popular in the summer months. The
office man who has spent his leisure
time on the links puts his club away
until spring the tennis layer stows
his racket the man who walks down
town in the summer, rides in the ill
ventilated, often pneumonia and grip
infested street car the canolest no
longer plies his paddle, and it goes
[without saying that the swimmer puts
1 his swimming suit on the shelf against
(time when the call of the water lures
..January 1», 1916 ihlm- The effect of this sudden relax
|ing of activities, combined with the
atmosphere of Indoors general-
"A FARCIAL FACT.
Do men gather grapes of thorns,
or figs of thistles?"
,Not usually* but probably either
would. ordinarily be about as profit
able as trying) to draw a moral from
a modern stage farce. There may
be exceptions even to this rule,
though, and the editor of the Gales
burg Mail after seeing "It Pays to
Advertise" at his home town theater
last'Friday evening went back to his
den and wrote an article showing
that even from a broad farce, writ
ten for laughing purposes only, a
valuable lesson might be drawn by
the business men of the country.
Here is what the Mail editor wrote
after seeing the Cohan clever ab
"The Mail would not advise the
average business man to plunge Into
an advertising campaign such as was
brought out in the play. 'It Pays to
"The play was an over exaggera
tion of advertising and .the chances
of making good in such a scheme
are long odds against the advertis
ers, yet there was a principle in
volved in the play which any man,
who has something to sell, will do
well to follow.
"That principle is: "Keep your
goods before the public eye.'
"The advertising scheme as
brought out by the play was at
fault in that the members of the
soap company plunged into an ad
vertising campaign with neither capi
tal nor soap to back them. Yet by
the vigorous campaign they made the
public want a soap at a dollar a cake
which was worth only 3 cents.
"While these advertising plungers
were fiimfiamming the public into
wanting an inferior article at an ex
aggerated price, which was not
right, they nevertheless demonstrat
ed the principle that it was adver
tising which created a desire in the
public for their goods.
"Deducting the moral from this, it
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show itself in one'4
ing against resistance may be obtain
ed by making the mnscles rigid.
The athletic Institutions that con
duct regular classes are the best
places for exercises, fbr the reason
tHat there is some incentive. The
class work is pleasurable. The games
indulged in furnish the element of
competition that makes them pleas
ant. Physical activity will drive de
pressing mental worry away. This
should be sufficient recommendation
for gymnastic work In a class. One
enters o. the pertoa cl.„. e.ereiee
usually with little zest, but the work
soon starts the blood coursing through
the veins and sends its glow to the
farthest points of the body. Cold
hands and feet soon become warm,
through agea.and the exercise is a positive pleas
ure. Afterward a hot bath, followed
by a cold one to avoid taking cold, and
a brisk rub with a rough towel will
send a man out in the street in such
a shape that he will bid defiance to
chilly weather. Regular exercise in
winter rids the body of its poisons
and undoubtedly a sane method of tak
ing exercise assists in warding off
grip and pneumonia.
Went All Over Hands. Skin Very
Red and Burning. Lost Rest.
Could Not Put Hands in Watdh
HEALED BY CUTICURA
SOAP AND OINTMENT
"My skln began to get rough and peeling.
It wont all over my face and hands and on
my nock, and every time I would wash I
took some skin off. My skin
waa very red and burning
and I had to scratch and my
face .waa diaflgured. I lost!
rest at night, and I could not
put my hands in water.
"One day I found a Cutl
cura Soap and Ointment ad
vertisement. I first bought a
box of Cutlcura Ointment and then a cake
of Cutlcura Soap, and after using them
about a week my face began to get well,
and I used about two cakes of Cutlcura Soap
and two boxes of "Ointment and I waa
bealed." (Signed) Edward Fodolskl. 3027
Gresham Ave.. Chicago, 111., Sept. 20.1915.
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With 32-p. Sldn Book on request. Ad
dress post-card "Catleara, Dept. T,
tan*" Sold throughout the world.
cess and nine times out of ten he
'Not quality of goods alone, but
quality and advertising combined.'
*'Tlie successful business man dries
not advertise because of any charit
able feeling toward the newspaper,
but because he is convinced through
experience and through personal ob
servation that advertising pays."
The Continental Army
The New Republic: Secretary
Garrison's continental arnjiy if not
already dead Is apparently gasping
for breath. It was a pretty little child
dressed up to make a good appeareuce
in public, but it was fatally anaemic.
Nobody was interested In keeping
D^rts wtrt h^ltVia* rl
body of volunteer citizens ^afnTd ^°wledge
vast mart for
is readily inferred that between two ground for dispute over the proposi
merchants. both of whom have goods *'on "^^at it will be better hereafter
to sell which are worth the full price l®ave the work unperformed rather
marked upon them, the i-v^rchant
who keeps his goods before the pub
lic through legitimate advertising is
going to get the lion's share of the
"Ask the successful business man
what is the key to his business sue- i*88 standing on a street corner look
|ing a bit depressed when a friend
desirable a method
of military organization to be abard
doned without being seriously tried.
But congress would never agree to it
except under compulsion and the ad
minstration Is the only agency suffi
ciently instructed aud powerful to
exercise the necessery force. Assum
ing that the administration will not
fight hard, the end is inevitable.
Burlington Post: The Youngetown
riots constitute one in a long lits
uneasy and depressing accidents
which should teach the American peo
ple that the time has come to place
very careful and strict requirements
in force relating to immigration. We
have had a wonderful development
during the past half century and the
tremendous movement of European
labor to our shores was one of the
necessary factors in this development.
It is seen now that we have paid a
big price in moral and physical risk, I
and have lowered the plane of patriot
Ism by the course we followed. The
average immigrant -coming here to
better his condition knows nothing
respecting the genius or the sacred
nature of our institutions as viewed
by the native-born citizen. In the cas-5
of such gangs of desperadoes as laid
the community of Youngstown under
heavy tribute, it may be doubted if
there is any hope that any theory of
reputable or decent citizenship' eyer
suggests itself to fhem. In all of our
large industrial centers there exists
this menace of the foreign desperado
and looter masquerading under the
guise of labor and while the United
states is and will continue to be a
labor, there is no
than risk the revolutionary dangers
of a further influx of such political
Philadelphia Telegraph: A citizen
bequeathed a silver service as the
solid thing a few weeks ago, and now
I know that it Is only plated ware."
"Sorry to hear that, old fellow." re
turned the friend. "But you may be 1
"Oh. no, I'm not," was the mourn-
nisht when burglars broke
they never touched it."
Ml rejoinder of the sad ohe. "The ser-j pSSEent
vice waa on the sideboard the other tion_
Dr. Pierce's Favorite prescription is
a non-alcoholic remedy that any ail
ing woman can safely take because it
is prepared from roots and herbs with
pure glycerine, containing tonic prop
erties of the most pronounced char*
DAILY GATE CITY
James Farren who is assisting in
ttie Nauvoo First National bank dur
ing Fred Salm Jr. illness, may re
turn to his Kansas City^iome the last
of the week.
You may be able to get a large city
weekly ailed with qiurders, suicidal
cases, chicken fights, etc., for less
money than you pay for your
daily paper, but those large city
dailies never advertise your county
and make your property valuable.
They do not help along your schools
and churches they do not publish
your county news they say nothing
of you or your town and have no in
terest in you. A good newspaper is
as much of an advantage to a town
or country as are good schools. If
one of our town or farmer friends
should happen into one .of these met
ropolitan city offices he'would find
out in a few minutes that he had no
welcome there, such as he would re
ceive in the printing office of The
Daily Gate City*. Stand by The Daily
Gate City and this column it stands
by you, and is ever on the lookout for
Nauvoo's tax collector will soon re
ceive bis books and then you will be
asked to pay up and look pleasant.
That sharp, cracking noise you hear
late at night nowadays, is the New
Year's resolutions breaking and snap
ping under the strain to which they
Statistics show the income of Nau
voo lawyers are lower than in other
sections of the country. You've got to
work for your money in these bleak
hills of the old Mormon town.
James Foster of Nauvoo has gone to
Chicago to aocfept a position there.
Mrs., Max Krueger of Nauvoo Is
visiting relatives in St. Louis.
William Argast has returned to the
St. Mary's, Kansas, college to resume
his studies after several weeks visit
ing with his parents in Nauvoo.
Lou Meier, one of Nauvoo's splendid
young men, was at Springfield, III.,
recently, to be examined for a posi
tion-as guard at the state penitentiary.
His many friends here hope he will
succeed in landing the job
Miss Corrine Laubersheimer and
Mr. Harley Johnston of Nauvoo will
be married in the' parsonage of Rev,
SK TToVen Vo»V"atSilte «r»,ibj.e*'
much more political ^Yiday, January 14. This popular I would -be hard on Nauvooites
reorganization of young lady was tendered a delightful failed to reap an icte harvest,
the state militia than in the creation ^urp^se
perts were hostile because most of
them believe in. compulsory service,
and they did not want a voluntary
system to succeed. They have never
patiently and exhaustively tried to
devise methods of making service in
a national militia sufficiently attrac
tive. Worst of all, the parents of the
unfortunate infant were not them
selves very much interested in keep
ing* their offspring alive. The admin
istration has no strong convictions
about the kind of an army best adopt
ed. to the country's needs. It has sub
mitted certain ideas to congress and
the countary, but the president has
no intention of fighting for them as
he fought for the currency bill. The
death of the continental army' is a
pity, because the idea of
members of the Sew-
Sew club calling at her home last
A bevy of lads and lassies called on
Miss Rosa, daugater of Mr. and Mrs.
George Boegner, at- her home a few
miles east of Nauvoo last Saturday
evening and paBsed a delightful even
ing. Games were enjoyed and fine re
freshments served. The young lady
will attend college in Waverly, Iowa,
and the party was given. In' he? honor
and to remind her that her loyal
friends had not- forgotten her and
hope she will soon return with alh the
Nauvoo Gate City
Nauvoo, 111., Jan. 16, 1916
and made things
merry for the bride-to-be.
ing was passed in a delightful manner
and a dainty luncheon served and be
fore the departure of the guests, Miss
Corrine was presented with a fine
Nauvoo man predicts an early
spring this year, and for once we
hope that man is not mistaken.
One or the things which goes on en
tirely unaffected by the multitude of
new cancer cures, is the cancer.
.The Brownson Literary club held a
meeting in St. Mary's academy audi
torium Saturday evening. It was the
Wliat has become of the old-fash
loned neighbors is often asked at the
present time." The neigi-bors of old
en days laid aside formalities and
waived the expectation of introduc
tions, and always found pleasure in
calling upon any new family that
moved into the neighborhood. The
day of the old-fashioned neighbor
seems to have passed but of exist
ence. This is true in the country as
well as In town. Today, a stranger
moving into the city or into the coun
try, is at a loss to know wny the
A Well Known Woman.
The Same Story Everywhere^
Port Madison, Iowa.—"When living
in Davenport, I
used Dr. Pierce's
tion. I was so
poorly and just
'able to drag
•around that it was
for tne to go to a
hospital for oper
ation. The med
icines I toofc did
no good then my
tie. I took it and got stronger and
rained 6 lbs. The use of the second
Dottle enabled me to gain 15 lbs., so I
"What seems to be the trouble old
man?" solicitously queried the latter, used the contents of four and I
extending the sympathetic hand. "You a well woman. This waa foar years
are a sight like sad scenery." ago and I have had no return of the
"I have just had something of a! trouble."—Mks.Doxothba SEtoovSR,
jolt." answered the sad one. "I was *3*3
New York World: The British war
censorship has acshevod many tri
umphs of meticulosity, but It has ac
complished a supreme feat of care
fulness In cutting: out a part of Rich
ard Strauss' "Alps" symphony as a
military precautionary measure.
1 DOUght One OOt- .tid !, will ln
St., Fort Madison, Iowa,
Every woman who has reason to
believe that backache, headache, un
natural pains, low prints, sleepless
nights, irregularities or a catarrhal
condition is caused by a derangement
of the womanly functions, owes it to
herself and dear ones to speedily over-
It is not a secret remedy because
tts Ingredients are printed on wrapper.
Get Dr. Pierce's Favorite Preset ipUua
to-day. either in lis aid or tablet form.
neighbors of their immediate vicinity
do not call and oeconle acquainted. It
seems as if formalities and the et
quette of society has done away with
the pleasant call. If it wasn't for the
church societies and little sodais, the
newcomer might remain a stranger
for an indefinite length of time. We
local have often heard it said that Nauvoo
is a nice place to live, but the people
are so distant. This is the universal
opinion of strange families moving In
to the city. Just why it shbuld be,
we are unable to explain. The best
way to make strangers feel at home—
to make them,feel that they are wel
come—is to call on them and invite
them to your home.. The spirit of
hospitality shown in grandmother's
day, a calling on a new family In the
neighborhood, was. we think, a good
one, and it would help to make Nau
voo or any other place a better town
if this spirit was revived.
The Hancock County Mutual society
in N&uvoo held installation of officers
last Monday evening and the game of
progressive euchre waa enjoyed after
the business meeting.
Fred Salm Jr.. is improving right
along from his tussel with typhoid
fever and is out of danger. If good
care and good nourishment will bring
Fred around again, he will soon be at
his post of duty in the First National
Jake Walter who had a towch of ty
phoid fever, now has the grippe and
is having a serious time of it. His
many friends hope he will be around
Thanks are due to the small bliz
zard for not having skipped Nauvoo
on its way elsewhere.
The young and middle aged married
folks of Nauvoo intend giving a leap
year party and dance in our opera
house soon. Wonder if the wives will
ask some one else's husband to ac
company her to the scene of festlvi-.j
Nauvoo's Moose lodge initiated
about twenty-five candidates Thurs
day evening of this week. A Moose
team from Ft. Madison was present
for' the work. The secret lodge goat
had a big Job on bis head.
Our Ice dealers are still wearing a
hopeful smile and believe they have
ample time to harvest a good crop. It
•Some time ago it was declared that
all vehicles had to have lamps on
them and if a suggestion had been
made to put lamps on baby carriages,
it would have had the cordial endorse
ment of the law makers. Some think
that the babies should have latch keys,
monogram cigarette cases and every
thing else pertaining to joy riding.
The K. C. society of Nauvoo will
give a card party and social in their
rooms nest Friday evening, January
The young people's Luther league
of the Nauvoo church, held a meeting
recently and selected Miss Ruth
Schleicher, president Esther Rhein
hart, vice president Ruth Boegner,
secretary Hazel Koechli, treasurer,
and Emma Paul, organist, as officials
for the coming year.
W. J. Long and Bon of Niota. Ill
have moved to Naifvoo and are con
ducting a blacksmith shop and are
using the Deeg building and tools.
The Mayhall Stock company will
visit Nauvoo and open a four night's
engagement in the opera house, begin
ning next Sunday evening, January
18. They will present new plays and
line specialties each night. This show
company also carries a fine band and
young ladies' regualr meeting and an orchestra which wijl add much to the
interesting time was the result. Rus-' enjoyment of the play. It Is a guar
sian tea was served before the meet
ing adjourned to assmble again next
anteed attraction and a free dance
may be given on one night after the
play. The company ought to receive
crowded houses while in Nauvoo.
The crossing on Lake Cooper at
Nauvoo's point Is fairly good and not
dangerous but inconvenient at this
writing. It don't take much of a
freeze to make crossing here on the
ice strong and safe.
Incompetency always has an alibi.
Some of Nauvoo's jealous people
ought to make a note of this.
The champion typewriter of this
state has been fined for forging a
check. He should stick to his trade
and avoid the pen.
The program is out for Nauvoo'*
short course on agriculture, which
will take place in our. opera house.
January 25. 26, 27 and 28. There will
be speakers here from points in 111
inois and Iowa. At this time and dur
ing the meetings, the prizes for a dia
play of the best corn in the ear, con
ducted by popular officials of the Nan
voo State bank, will be awarded. In
structions in the care of automobiles
should be a feature of this four day'3
course for farmers. It is said that a
man can learn a whole lot about an
automobile in four days.
Come to think of it, there's the
same amount of truth in the obitu
aries as there are in the wedding
Some women are the funniest crea
tures you ever saw. They are what
you would term a magazine serial—
story bug. They stay at home so
much trying to keep up with them
that they haven't* time to go any
where. But pet them interested in a
serial story running at a movie housa
and it will he impossible
them home ln or shine.
A short a«?o, Mrs. Ellas K. Par
ker. a wld- who resided In Nauvoo
until her band's death, was mar
ried to He Hench at Mohne, 111,
The lady lias relatives in Nauvoo and
Of course, some Nauvoo people do
not expect the city to prant their re
cuiest for doing some things illegally.
They are satisfied with the privilege
I of going right along violating the law.
Mrs. John Buckert of Nauvoo's ftrdt
I ward, conies forward with tlir an
nouncement that she has tl»e early
in this old
town. has thirteen chicks that
were hatched four weeks ago. Next.
While they are having skating rink*
In a good many towns, Nauvoo is
without one and has not had one for
several years. One can't but very well
conclude that there is a whole lot of
sparks and much sparking around a
roller skating rink. No wonder these
places prove jio popular.
Everything Is passing off quietly
here since the prohib law went into
effect in Iowa, and only a few from
TOW is the time.
our sister state come here for the
stuff that brings joy and sorrow when
used too fraely. Doesn't It seem
strange that some people will go to
the trouble to come to Nauvoo for the
stuff which always" causes vexation
and worry to others and so hurtful to
themselves? Things may liven up in
this line In Nauvoo later on.
The next holiday will be ground
hog day. It wilj be Purification-Can*
The Dauley property 1n the first
ward was sold to a Ft. Madison man
some days ago. There was a mort
gage on the place for $200 and the
property belonged to the children, so
it is believed, and a good deed may
not be given unless the courts decide.
There will be a mask ball at the.
Nauvoo opera house Wednesday even
ing of this week.
Nauvoo's Prlscilla club was to have
met on Thursday afternoon of this
The changeable character of the
weather is the cauSe of so much sick
ness in Nauvoo..
Corn is bringing a fair price in
the markets, but little is brought to
Nauvoo and what is brdught here is
used for feeding purposes and none
for shipping purposes, tears ago
Nauvoo was one of the largest grain
shipping points in this section ot the
SUNDAY, JAN. 16, 1910
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KEOKUK SAVINGS BANK
List of letters remaining in th
Keokuk postoffice, uncalled for* foi
week ending January 16, 1916:
C. E. Abrams. if
Miss Alva Dahm.
Mrs. C. O. Dover.
Mrs. H. Huffman.
Mr. and Mrs. William Johnston.
Mrs. Alda McOunn.
Mrs. Richard.- v.-"-,.
Mrs. O. A. Rolth.
Miss Elizabeth Short ridge.
Mrs. Ida Young.
Mr. Jos. H. Berry.
Mr. R. A. Daugherty.
Mr. John Fennesly.
Mr. David L. Fuller. *4*?
W. P. Howell. ***&••
Kracht Bros. Carriage Fae.
Mr. Charles Meyers.
Mr. Ray Painter.
Mr. A. E. Parsons.
Mr. M. E. Ruffner.
Mr. M. Santo.
B. Schurts. .v
Mr. Horace Talbert.
Persons calling for letters In abort
list wIU please say they are adver
Us&L E. P. McMANUS,