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SUNDAY, MABCH 12,1916
Oct, 3, 1899
Sept. 11. 1904
April 23, 1906
PM 18, 1907
Mar. 22, 1915
AN OLD-TIME NURSE
Of Catarrh of the Stomach by Peruna
MRS. SELENA TANNER,
Thie Cure Dates From October 3, 1899.
Aug. IB, 1909
Jan. 4» 1910
Mr. Cochenour was brought to the
hospital from his home the early part
of last week. He was twenty-six
years old and .unmarried. The body
was taken to Luray for interment on
The decedent is survived by his par
ents, three sisters and eight brothers,
all of whom reside In Lur^y and vicin
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As always, sepecial attention has
—"Catarrh of the stomach. Was nearly starved.
Alter taking" Peruna I have a good appetite."
—"1 can assure you that I am still a friend of
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—"I have divided my bottle of Peruna with people
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twenty-fiva years, include many similar correspondents.
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LURAY, MISSOURI MAN
DIES IN KEOKUK
Andrew F. Cochenour Passed Away In
Local Hospital at 4:00 O'clock
Relatives and friends In Luray, Mo
are mourning the death of Andrew F.
Cochenour, a well known resident of
that place who passed away at St.
Joseph's hospital in this city at 4:00
o'clock Friday afternoon..
been given to the Important matter of
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cated by some of its lists: Aero
nautics, Moving Pictures, Esperanto,
Safety, Anti-Tuberculosis, Woman
Suffrage, Anti-Suffrage, a list of Jour
nals in raised type for the blind, etc.
The foreign language lists, ranging
from Arabic to Yiddish, are under 36
An especially valuable feature is a
vast amount of up to date gazetteer
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tion figures and the transportation,
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from original soiirces. Mr. George P.
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Annual the American Newspaper Directory.
Following his death, the Directory,
with its records, copyrights and prop
erty, was sold to N. W. Afer & Son,
who combined It with their well known
Talk Our Long Suit.
Sioux Falte^ATgus-L/eader: The
American people are great folks to
"discuss" things. Take this prepared
ness isBue, for instance. The papers
teem with it, and nearly every man
who can write has discussed it in the
newspapers. But when the talk is
over the country will do the wise
thing she will go right ahead and pre
pare—but thjp-^tftlk: must always pre
cede action. It's our way.
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it's good cement. To make sure—
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1. iTTii-n*lt«m iifr ifti-'i nHhiftjajTVi j-
Good Fellows Send Out Appeal to
Housewives to Help Them Meet
Enormous Demands for
SUPPLY IS EXHAUSTED
Might Anticipate Spring Houaeclean-
ing so Far as Clothes Closets,
at- Least, Are
Clothing of all kinds Is wanted by
the Good yellows. An appeal is made
to the housewives to anticipate their
spring house cleaning, which is only
two or three weeks distant, and to
Mrs. Charles Berkoff and children
of Wapello and Mrs. Ida Martin of
Minneapolis, who have been the
guests of Mrs. C. E. King, returned
to their homes yesterday.
Mrs. Wimp and daughter Velma
and son Jesse of Canton, Mo., are
visiting Mrs. Walter Hull.
J. C. Coulson, editor of The La
Harper, of LaHarpe, 111., was in the
city Saturday to attend "The Birth
of a Nation" performance.
O. E. Beeks of Los Angeles is in
the city. He will remain for several
weeks looking after property inter
ests and visiting with friends.
Frank B. Singleton has gone to
Owensboro, Ky., on business.
A report favoring a single tax
jr. land for the city of Washing
ton has been filed by Senator Works
of California, as a member of the
joint select committee which has
brer deliberating on the finance and
administration of tho nation's cap
ital. Senator Works favors abolish
jne the district, but extending the
city limits to the present district
limits. He would have congress rule
the capital city, but give the latter
representation in congress.
make a canvass of the clothes closet ner resident of Keokuk, and was well
and get out everything that will be
suitable for the demands of the Good
The Good Fellows have many de
mands for clothing, but practically
nothing with which to meet the de
mands. That is why the Good Fellows
are appealing to their friends now to
help them out in this and to send them
to meet the demands being made upon
Clothing of every description, and
shoes are needed. There is need for
children's clothing, -and also for
clothing for adults. People who have: here
such clothing, which is in good con
dition, will confer a favor on this very
worthy organization if they will send
their donations to the Benevolent
Union home or if they will telephone
Miss Dorothy Younker, Black 1261,
who will call for the bundles.
It is quite possible that many house
keepers have clothing which they are
waiting until the spring house clean
ing time to dispose of. As that time is
only a few weeks hence, it is suggest
ed that milady advance her inspection
of the clothes closet these few weeks,
and get out all suitable garments and
send these to the Good Fellows' or
ganization. This is a practical char
ity and has the indorsement of the
city, and is one which should be aid
ed. The Good Fellows' plan is such
that it helps the unfortunates, but
still allows them to keep their self re
spect and independence, and is a con
structive organization in the full sense
of the word.
p-v I "T. J't
THE DAILY GATK CITY
DIED IN KANSAS
Mrs. Samuel Small Passed Away Sud
denly Friday Evening at Larned,
Kansas, Message Received
BURIAL IN MEMPHIS, MO.
Body Will be Brought Back to Former
Home fqr Interment—Decedent
Waa Well Kno^n
M|rs. Samuel Small of Ford, Kan.,
died suddenly at Larned, Kan., Friday
night, according to a message receiv
ed yesterday by Miss Etta Park, 1101
Fulton street. Mrs. Small was a for-
known here. She was held in high
esteem by a large circle of friends
and acquaintances, to whom the news
of her death comes as a great shock,
Mrs. Small was born in Memphis,!
Mo., and was about 25 years old. Her
maiden name was Miss Tina Ransford.
She was married to Mr. Small in Han
in October, 1913. About six
a supply of clothing which will help ™°S,th!
4a ITonaaa nrnara fKov V*«n ViOOn
to Ford, Kansas, where they had been
making their home.
Mrs. Small's demise came suddenly,
and the message which bore the sad
Intelligence contained no details of
her untimely passing. Her friends
jn Memphis were shocked on
hearing of her death.
Decedent is survived by her hus
band and one child, Margaret, a year
old. She has an aunt living in this
city, Mrs. E. F. Tibbs, of South Third
street. Her father, brothers and sis
ters are living in Memphis.
Funeral services will be held on
Tuesday in Memphis, where interment
will take place.
Iowa Supreme Court Decisions.
[(Special to The Gate City.]
DES MOINES, March 11.—Monahan,
Admr., appellant, vs. Equitable Life.
Ins. Co., Polk county, reversed and re-1
manded, Weaver, judge.
Larson vs. Smith, et al, appellants,!
Wright county, modified and remanded
Stacy, appellant, vs. Brown, Hurly
Hardware Co., et al. Polk county, af-,
tinned, Deemer, Judge.
Newgirg vs. Black, et al, appellant,.
Boone county, affirmed, Preston,
Hay vs. Hassett, et al appellant*
Dubuque county, affirmed, Preston,:
Sultzibach VB. Smith, et al, appel-.
lants, Webster county, reversed an.1"
remanded, Preston. Judge.
Matson, appellant vs. Mitchell, treas
urer Pottawattamie county, affirmed,
Gillian, et al, vs. Edwards, judge,
Cerro Gordo county, affirmed. Preston,
Oaks Adm., appellant, vs. C. R. I.
& P., Cass county, affirmed, Preston,
Schultz, appellant, vs. Farmers Ele
vator Co., Marshall county, affirmed,
Shopevs and unknown claimants of
land situated in Polk county. Polk
SENATOR WORKS FAVORS SINGLE TAX FOR THE NATION'S CAPITAL
Pennsylvania Avenue, showing antiquated structures between Treasury Building and New Willard Hotel.
I Heretofore the expenses of the
district have been paid half by con
gress and half by the local taxpay
ers. Besides this, many improve
ments have been installed by special
Low taxes have made it easy for
unprogressive land owners to hold
valuable lots practically out of use.
Thus Pennsylvania avenue, one of
the world's famous streets, harbors
an army of one-story shacks and
I ancient residences, interspersed with
county, affirmed, Preston, judge.
Houge vs. St. P. and M. Ins. Co.,
Webster county, affirmed, Preston,
Morgan vs. Meunch, appellant, Ply
mouth county, affirmed, Preston, I
Avise, Admx., vs. Interurban Ry. Co.,:
appellant, Polk county, affirmed, Pres
Huston, appellant vs. City of Des
Moines, et al, Polk county, affirmed,
costly government buildings and fine
Singletaxers who appeared before
the committee argued that an ade
quate tax on land would induce thos^
unprogressive owners to improve
their lots or sell them, while the re
mission of taxes on buildings woul
Senator Works gives his approve
to these arguments and contends tha'
single tax would be much easier ti
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PAGE NINE 1- I
In Your Judgment
Certain men will best fill
the offices of Mayor and
Oonncilmen and you will
vote for those men.
"When you insure your
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H. R. COLLISON,
War's Frightful Reality.
Lincoln Journal: If there is to be
The Way to Do It. war at all the Germans are carrying
Chicago Evening Post: Good for the it on as it ought to be fought—with
Moewe: That's better than whining relentless vigor and with a hellish
about England's blockade. sacrifice of human life.