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516 Main St.
Do your children come home from school anl
tell you that Jimmy Smith and Jane Jones' stock
ings are blacker than theirs?
Does the color of your hosiery have a sickly,
faded look after laundrying, regardless of what
you pay for them
We were fortunate in securing the sale of
Buster Brown hosiery for Keokuk.
They are made for men, women, boys and
girls. Laundrying does not effect the color—
they remain black.
They come packed four pair in a box and are
-guaranteed to wear four months without darning.
Price per box $1.00
Single pairs without
The Golden Rule
Buffalo Candy Co.
Saturday and Sunday
Butter Scotch, per lb...... 15c
Anise Drops, per lb 15c
Cocoantrt Kisses, per lb.... 15c
Sugar Coated Peanut 15c
Peanut Cairdy 10c
Peanut Brittle 10c
Nut Pudge 10c
Molasses Kisses 10c
Full line of California fruits now in stock, nice and fresh
Take Some Home With You
718 Main Keokuk
For the One Who Knows
and cares to make Ms Dollar go the furthest In the line of groceries
•will come to this store for all the groceries. This sale is on cash
basis only. The following goods we will ofTer at a cut price for to
morrow and all next week:
Sunklst flour (6.00 per barrel or the sack $1.55
Sugar, 4 pounds for
Daisy Sifted Early June peas, per doz $1.00
Rarly June peas. 2 cans for 16c or per doe 85c
Tomatoes, 10c per can or per doz $1.10
Pet and Kahoka milk at per doz 45c and 90c
I^enoz soap, 8 bars for 25c, or 17 bare for 50c
Gloss soep, 7 bars for 25c, 15 bars for 50c
Winner Brand coffee, 2 pounds for 25c
Red Crown Steel Out Coffee, 2 pounds for 55c
Navy beans, per pound
Potatoes, per bushel
Syrup, 10c a can or 3 for 25c
Hominy, 4 cans for
Peeled yellow peaches, No. 3 can 10c
Peaches, No. 2 can, 2 for 15c
I. Bork's Store
809 Main St.
Our 10c Layer Cakes
and Jelly Roll
Are something very fine. Take some home with you next
time and try them.
POLLARD'S QUALITY BAKERY
A. N. ROWAN
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Successor to Field Agency
All kinds o" Insurance
22 North Fifth street.
—Read The Gate CUy Want Column' —Read The Dally Gat City.
•••y*- &V£. •r'li 'V- 'rt
20 South Fourth
I WE BUY
All Kinds of
Our wagon will call on you
S. G. BOWER
Phone 1896 919 Main
Pleasant to Take
Young people have a proverbial
disregard for extra wrap* or rub
ben, hence many of them have
faugh most of the time.
i'his isn't right. Because the
superabundant vitality of youth wiB
throW off diseases which would
kill older people, is no reason that
coughs and colds among children
should be neglected. The boy or
gixi who contracts a cough needs
Cbeny JuiceCougfi Syrup
«Kookl be gtrea it without delay. This
Bxrficinn pleatt&ni to tike and guaraa
teed to taeak up at once and aldmetdy
cute the mod ctubborn cough. Mothea
write nt gratrfnl Irttcn. telling of the won.
dcrful propeitic* of ihii Syrup. It Is a
«plentjti medicine—toothing and healing
to jyouog aod old, iTor it! .Large bottles
Cor. 5th and Main
40 Cups 40 Cents
and sold by tbe
828 Main St.
City Drug Store
13 North Sixth
The ladles of Keokuk -will find a
special sale os leather purees,
way below cost It will pay
yon to call and see the big bar
Also choice talcum and face
powders at less then half price.
Toilet paper, formerly sold 4
large rolls at 26c, tomorrow, 6
rolls for 25c.
Perfumes, your choice at 25c
Also a big stock of Photo sup
plies at a Ms reduction.
Have Mercy on Your
Don't let any inferior shoe
maker butcher the life out
of them. Send your shoe* to
my shops or we 'will call for
Finest workmanship, high
est grade materials used.
Men's robber heals 35c, 40c
Ladies' rntofoer heels, 25c,
35c and 40o.
Make no mistake when send
ing your shoes. Lodk for
814 and 90S Main Ma
For Moving, Storage, Transfer
i, U.ii-C' Uil
EB RISE IS
Mississippi Goes up Another Half a
Foot Since Yesterday Morning,
Despite the Cold
IS NOW OVER 13 FEET
Reported Drop at Davenport—Gang
Worked All Last Night
Despite the cold weather, the Mis
sissippi river at Keokuk continued to
rise yesterday, and this morning was
six inches higher than yesterday
morning. The .stage today was thir
teen feet, one Inch, the highest mark
that has been reached yet, and an un
usual one for the winter season. The
flood stage here is fourteen feet and
the river 1s within eleven inches o(
According to a report from the
United States weather office, the con
tinued cold weather wil have a ten
dency to check the rise and a gradual
decline Is expected. From Daven
port comes the report that the river
is falling there: and a tall to the north
will likely affect Keokuk.
The stage on Wednesday morning
here was slightly over nine feet, mak
ing a total rise of about four feet in
two days. Down in the bottoms to
the south of the city the water partly
covered several houses and the resi
dents have been forced to flee to
higher ground. The condition is al
most a duplicate of last spring.
A gang of men worked all during
the night in strengthening the bridge
support^ which were menaced by the
rising waters. It ft now believed that
the structure is safe against the
FIRE UNDER DRAW
ON K. & H. BRIDGE
Small Blaze Was Extinguished Be
fore Department Arrived
A lire broke out this morning under
the draw of the Keokuk and Hamilton
bridge. The fire department was call
ed but the small blaze was extinguish
ed before the engines reached the
bridge. The Are was used in the work
ing of metals and In some manner
spread to some of the bridge wood
HAYDEN NAMED AS
CHAIRMAN OF CHORUS
Music Committee for Scoville Cam
paign Effects Organization at
Meeting Last Night.
The committee on music for the
Scoville campaign meetings, held Its
first meeting last night at the Youmg
Women's Christian association build
ing for organization.
Prof. P. C. Hayden was elected
chairman of the chorus committee
and Roy Liofquist, secretary. An ac
tive campaign for members will be
gin at once.
STORY LAST NIGHT
Hamilton Man la Victor In Three
Games Out of Four, Which
O. "W. Stanton of Hamilton, the
manufacturer of the checker board
which, is the bone of contention be
tween Hamilton and Keokuk checker
artists, defeated Victor Story In their
match at the Y. M. C. A. Stanton
took three out of four games from
Story and went back to Hamilton
with the board under his arm.
The next match will be played at
Hamilton when Keokuk hopes to win
back the board.
—For quality soup, buy Olive
—Pucketcbetucli lodge No. 43, meets
every FridBv evening at 8:00 o'clo
W an a N W I
megart, permanent secretary. Tonight
—The friends of Richard B. B.!
Wo a a re in
kuk, will be sorry to know that he Is
still confined to his room, having been
ill since early in December. Although
he is not able to be about the city, he
maintains an interest in all that
transpires and like the poet Whittier
he can say "With my books I am
never lonely." His friends hope for
Mm a speedy r«rovery.
Those simple drugs, teas, eta, that
your mother used on you so effective
ly will do as well for your children.
We have fresh new stocks of aU those
drugs. Try ua for anything ytm have
had trouble getting.
for various reasons. Some be
cause of their admiration of
these exquisite gems others
because time has proved that
money Invested la
Diamonds is not only safe, but
Come to us for the purest gems
end greatest values.
$5 to $500
Contain no opiates or
Scott & O'Reilly
600 Main St.
Home Tea Co.
$1.50 Cassarole $1.00
Berlin Kettle $1.00
Cleaner $3 98
Limit One to a
Home Tea Co.
Open till 1:30 a. m.
Best cooking and service
505 Main St.
85c per $100
N. H. PYLE
Phone 1250 402 Blondeau
—Unitarian market, Saturday, at
Keokuk Electric Co., Sth and Main.
—Demonstration Olive branch soup,
Saturday. Paul Darls, Twelfth and
—Mrs. Oeorge C. Montague, who
was operated on at St. Joseph's hov
pltal is getting along very nicely.
—When you want real choice roasts
of beef, veal, pork, spring lam IT and
poultry, come to us. Jos. Haubert,
the reliable meat market.
—If you want good meats and
chickens, go to Markley's, 710 Main.
—Regular meeting or Evening Star
tem N 2 5 4 an S is a
K. P. hall, Friday evening at 7:30.
Visiting members invited. Mrs. Ida
Nass, M. E. C.: Miss Anna King, M.
of R. & C. Installation of officers. I
Mr. Estabrook's Boom.
Sioux Falls Press: The Estabrook
boom. for president so far consists
principally of an Associated Press an
nouncement of the willingness of the
gentleman to permit himself to be dis
cussed In that connection, and the ed
itorial announcements of scores of
country papers that they do not in
tend to print the Estabrook "boiler
plate" his publicity bureau wished up
Plate boiling meat ... 9c
Porterhouse steak ... 15c
Round and loin steafk 15c
Pork butts 13c
Spare ribs 10c
Pig tails 9c
Beef tongues ........15c
Pork hearts 8c
Beef hearts 9c
Pure pork sausage, home
Pork links 10c
Fresh hamburger .. 12'/*c
Pure lard 12'/£c
Godel's hams 16c
Fancy sugar cured bacon
(half or -whole side) 17c
I a 1
The big event in Dry Gbods
selling begins Monday morn
ing January 24 and will con
tinue for one week.'
This Cost Sale is on everthing
in the.store. It is hardly
necessary to speak about the
quality of the goods we handle*
for this is too well known, after
thirty years in business.
All goods will be delivered the
day after purchased.
Sullivan & Aiiwerda
,For Sat Jan. 28
700 MAIN ST.
Fancy beef pot roasts 11c
Prime beef rib roasts ... ,12'/2C
Pork loin and chops 13o
Milk fed veal .. .• .16c, 18c
Smoked picnics .... 12f/zc
Country style bacon .14c
Dry salt bacon, 13c
Small jowls 12V4C
Weiners and bologna 10c
Headcheese and blood
Frankfurters and liver
Brick cheese 22c
Swiss cheese 28c
Creamery butter ..... 33c
Eggs (per doz|) 25c
Oak Grove oleomargerine, the real substitute for
butter, per lb 20c
OUR MEATS ARE ALL
U. S. INSPECTED.
E. L. KRUSE
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
Apron gingham 5c a yard
Toweling, extra good .........5c yard
17'inch toweling 75 per cent linen .10c a yard
32 inch Galatea clotty a big bargain 10c a yard
Turkish toweling, 18 inches wide .10c a yard
Dress serges, 36 inches wide, white, navy blue, black
and green _.. ,25c a
FERNDELL CANNED GOODS
Asparagus Lima Bean*
Red Kidney Beans
Whit® Wax Beans
BUY CANNED GOODS BY THE DOZEN. GET OUR PRICE*.
Pine Apple Aprloot* (Peeled)
Green String Beans
Figs White Cherries
Pears Apple Butter
Jams Cheese imported Cheeeo
11V1 MEGART, The Grocer