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Paaohna
Oo at at it
P*ana 4».
i.
Cash 307—317 Main Street
New Bulk
Garden Seeds
We deliver
Wm. Schaefer Coal Co.
Dealer* In Wood, Coal, Flour and Feed
Phone 883 1111 Main
FERNOELL CANNED GOODS
AaparagtM Lima BeaiM ttreen String Bins
WMte Wax Baan* Red Kidney Bean* Succotaah
fcuahrooma Tomatoea Squaah
SMta Capera Okra
Pianpfcla Sweet Potatoes Spinach
Gom Paaa Kraut
BUY CAMMED GOOOS BY THE DOZEN. GET OUR PRICES.
FruHa
Bkaaberrtoa
Pine Apple
l-oganbarriea
Flfl*
Paar*
Rip* OMMM 4umm Chaaaa
IMMEGART, The
MONEY TO LOAN—
Open till 1:30 a. m.
Dairy Lunch
Regular Meals
Best cooking and service
505 Main St.
The
Keokuk Pure Ice
Company
sat
Will Your Gas Stove Cook
With the Gas Turned Off?
Sounds like a foolish Question, doesn't it? Yet it isn't at all,
because there is one gas stove that does exactly that very
thing. It is
The CHAMBERS Fireless Cooking Gas Range
long enough to heat the oven and the meat thoroughly, and then
turning off the gas and letting the range continue the cooking pro
cess at full speed without danger of burning, while you go shop
Piping or attend to other household duties.
Thousands of housewives are using the
Chambers Fireless Cooking Gas Range
today and tell us that it saves from one
half to four-fifths of their gas bills, and
even gas companies in their official tests
1 of the Chambers Fireless Cooking Gas
Range alongside of other well-known or
dinary gas ranges admit a saving of 48.2
percent gas. That is why some gas com
panies prefer not to sell it.
DUNCAN-SCHELL FURNITURE CO.
Onion Sets
Red, White and
Yellow
A full line of fresh garden seeds. Kentucky blue
gram for the lawn. If you are looking for reliable seeds,
bay them here.
Aprlcota (Pealed)
Pluma
White Cherrlee
A4ple Butter
On furniture, pianos, lire stock, vehicles, etc., on easy payments.
We give you the Cheapest Rates and do not keep the INTEREST
OUT IN ATJVANCH—YOU GET THE FUIJL AMOUNT IN CASH
"WITHOUT DHTLAYS.
8RICTLY PRIVATE. PHONE 983.
OSee heats 9 a.m. to 6 p. m. each day. Saturday evening to I p. n.
KEOKUK LCAN CO.
614Vi Main St., over Miller"* Shoe Stor*.
Keokuk Lunch
Club
It does one-half to four-fifths of your
cooking with the gas turned off. It roasts,
broils, bakes, boils and stews arid does
them all better than. the most expensive
gas range and most expensive and efficient
fireless cooker,—without the bother or
expense of two separate articles.
Think of putting a four or five-pound
chicken or a roast into the oven, turning
on the gas twenty or twenty-five minutes,
Imported Cheeee
Grocer
706 Main,
Automobile
...Insurance...
New Rate
85c per $100
N. H. PYLE
Phone 1299 402 Blondeau
tt
One of Twenty-one Chambers Range*
Phone 1322.
Easy Payments
Fine Blue
White Perfect
Diamonds
The highest grade dia
monds are the ones that
advance in price. Poor
quality stones are unsatis
factory to own and of lit
tle value as an investment.
We sell fine blue whfite grade
diamonds only. We buy all
stones lose and mount them our
selves.
1
DIAMOND RINGS
$7.50 to $500.00
RENAUD
RELIABLE JEWELER
J. P. Cruikshank
Farm Loans and
Abstracts ef Title
Mr to U« borrower as well as
the lander.
SO Tears experience without tbe
law of a dollar to a client.
PORT MADISON, IOWA.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
1
I wish to announce that I am a
candidate for the democratic nomlna
1 tion for county attorney.
J. M. C. HAMILTON.
-."i"1.}' is--4
"5W"
THE DAILY GATE CITV
Or-* -3
2 GOOD ALTERER3 AT
ONCE
LOWITZ
612 Main.
CITY NEWS.
—430.00 In gold
Palm Canned Goods
H&mill's Steel Cut Coffee
Writ® a poem.
—National auto ltvery. Phone 633.
—Masonic: Hardin Lodse, special,
Wed., Apr. 5, first degree.
—Charles Melon© and Peter I«cfc
were given ten days each when ar
raigned in the superior court on the
charge of drunkenness.
—The spraying of orchard trees
demonstrated at the Newlon farm at
Argyle Friday was an unqualified suc
cess and the large number of people
present were most eloquent in their
statements of appreciation.
—Glaser, the tinner, for guttering,
spouting and tin work of all kinds.
—Complaints have been made to the
police department that boys living out
on Grand avenue hare been shootn
at the birds in their neighborhood. An
(investigation is being conductor] pnl
the guilty parties will be punished if
caught.
j,—Tbe fire department was called to
{a spot on South Fifth street between
Timea and Des Moines streets last
enlng where a pile of rubbish was blaz
ing, just alross the alley from the
Wells school. One line of hose was
used in extinguishing the fire. There
was no loss to property.
—The river at Keokuk is falling
somewhat and shows signs of recover-'
ing from its rampages of last week,
—The regular schedule of the river
I packets is in effect today with the ar
rival of the steamer Black Hawk from
Davenport and the Keokuk from
Quincy. Captain Hugh McKenzie is
in command of the Keokuk and
can be looked for in Lee county this
fall.
—Regular meeting of Morning Star
lodge No. 6, Knights of Pythias, at
K. P. hall, Tuesday at 8 p. m. Vlslt
jing knights invited. J. M. Skinner C.
C. J. A .Burgess, K. of R. & S. I
—M. E. Bannon, former county engi-!
neer, passed through here today for
Kahoka, Mo., to attend the session of
the circuit *urt in regaras to the pro
I posed Mississippi and Fox river drain
age project. The hearing will be the
final one on the establishment of the
project and if the proposition is ap
proved the commissioners will be In-!
structed to advertise for bids and
have the construction work started.
Mr. Bannon made the preliminary sur
vey of the district and the hearing
will make his presence imperative.
Change of Officers.
WASHINGTON, April 4.—Lieutep
ant-Colonel Squier, military attache
at London, ordered to duty with the
aviation service will be assigned to
the San Diego, Calif., aviation school HORSE.8HOE.INIG
and Colonel Olassford, temporarily
opsigned there, probably will be re
turned soon to his duties as chief sig
nal officer of the western department
at San Francisco.
BILLIARDS AND BOWUNG.
FOR SALE!—Billiard tables, brand
new, carom and pocket, with complete
outfit, $115 second hand tables at re
duced prices. Easy payments. Cigar
store, drug, delicatessen and soda
fountain fixtures. The Brunswick
Balke-Collender Co., Davenport, Iowa.
I. C. Sanders, agent, Blackhawk hotel.
Announces its own delivery system for Keokuk. PURE ICE, up to the min
ute equipment, morning deliveries, fair and courteous treatment. In plain
English
Satisfactory Service"
We're ready, when you are. Call us.
E. K. Johnstone, manager.
ji« I 1 1 1 I 11|
ev~
Can-
tain Robert Dodds is in charge of the
Blacks Hawk.
—Now is the time to have your
tin work, guttering and spouting
looked over. Let Glaser do it. 21
North Sixth.
—A number of Keokuk men have
been drawn on the federal court
juries for the Davenport term whlcii
commences April 18. They are Henry
Wilkerson and John T. Hines for
gTand jury service and Theodore Bode,
Charles J. Dickie, J. F. McGee and
Herbert H. Smith for petit Jury serv
ice. The Davenport term will follow
that of the Keokuk which commenced
today.
—Regular meeting Loyal Order or
Moose, Keokuk lodgo No. 704, tonight
I at 8 o'clock, in Moose halL Visitin?
brothers cordially invited. John O.
Stadler, dictator. A. E. Moore, sec
retar.v.
—The coming fall campaign prom
ises to be interesting from a party
standpoint and local democrats are
awake to their duty and opportunity,
Referring to political activities in this
county, the Burlington Gazette says:
The democrats of Lee county propose
to bring that stronghold back into
line again and they have started out
right. A highly successful meeting
was held in Keokuk the other night
I and old-time democratic majorities I
Fresh
South Carolina
S a a a a
In the spring of the year our
W1M
old forefathers drank aae-
•afrai tea for the blood. Q""
they knew what waa good for
them.
We have the clean, flffftt
South Carolina bwk.
5 & 10c Package
I McGrath Bros.
Drug Co.
BOO Main.
•HWH IH 111
A. M. WYLLIE
625 Main Street
FIRE
TORNADO
PLATE GLASS
I
N
S
BONDS
COMPENSATION 1
BURGLARY
ACCIDENT
SICKNESS
A
N
AUTOMOBILE
LIABILITY
E
School children's soles
and heels 50c
We have the best steam and
dry cleaning plant in tbe city
and prices most reasonable.
Have your spring suit
cleaned and pressed. 80c.
Why pay more?
Star Cleaners &
Shoe Repairers
824- Main
W.
I
EAUXfl
COUTEAUX
Olive Oil
pint 29B
1 pint B0©
1 quart 90c
gallon .....$1.75
Couteaux Olive Oil fs
an absolutely pure, high
grade, imported oiL
Scott & O'Reilly
Druggists
GOO Main Street
Shoe Repairing
The best materials and ex
pert workmanship used in our
shoe repairing. 1 make a spe
cialty of ladies and gentlemen's
sewed work, done neatly and
carefully.
GOODYEAR SHOE REPAIR
8HOP.
Mull Adams
12 S. 4TH ST. KEOKUK, IA.
Special for Ten
Days
E E O
AND GENERAL
REPAIR WORK.
All work given prompt and careful
attention.
1227 MAIN STREET
John Opstelton
For Moving, Storage, Transfer
an t» wuhn
att#ntlofi
Plai
tsss
•all »h««ta R«d44lk
MorsaJ
Baby Chick Food
tSc, BOeand tl.00
Phone 1559
SPiCER
It a ideotiflo mbctrm of foa4
•cd tonics that atarta chicks
rirrht and kaeps them growing-. Fead It for thraa wmlca at a small cost per chick,
and insure a profit paying flock.
Georae A. Coaarore, Member of Conn. Board of Ajerfculture, writes: "I hon«tlr
believe that if Pratt* Baby Chick Food were used exclusively for the first three
weeks by all the poultry raisers in the United Stataa the savina would amount to
millions of dollars."
TUESDAY, APRIL 4,19ig
SULLIVAN & AUWERDA
Women who have seen
our garments know that
the styles are both re
fined and dependable.
In our advance exhibit tbe
models «ho*ra were the equal
in style to tbe best of those as*
hibited in the faohion centers.
Bight nanr we are showing
mid-season models that vill be
copied later in the season by
other makers woman's gar.
menta.
Barely yem will -wvnt to see
these neur mid-eeason models
this -week. Efeery day you
wait cafe down the time, and
likewise takes off something of
the enjoyment of wearing the
new etylee wftile they are new.
SULLIVAN & AUWERDA
SPECIAL SALE
ON
FRUIT CAKE
Regular 30c Value at
15c per Pound
Phone us Your Order
choutens
Bakery
INCORPORATED
THAT GOOD BAKERY
Baby Chicks Safe
Have sturdy, big boned and
constitutionally sound chicks at
three weeks old—and the rest is
easy. You can do it with
prgtte
Don't confuse It with ordinary scratch foods. Refuse subtltutes insist on Pratts.
SatufactJbn Guaranteed or Money Back
Get Pratt* ltO mo* Poultry Boob
rom «4Le ar
H. A. ANDERSON Grocery.
208 South Second.'
L. G. SILLS Grocery.
1427 Reid.
WM. SCHAEFER COAL CO.
1111 Main.
LAYER CAKES
Our Cherry, Chocolate and Maple Layer Cakes are some
thing fine.
Only 10c Each
POLLARD'S QUAUTY BAKERY
Make* your watch
keep tine.
902 Ma
I I I I I I I I I I I
Stolen Jewela Mislaid.
NEW YORK, April 4.—The J«#§Is
worth, "ato'on" fro® Mrs. Ru»-
II
20
South
Fourth
J. M. WRIGHT
Gun and Locksmith
Keys fitted, I©m repaired, toij"
and alaaora ground, general rapai
to*.
906 Main etreet
sell Colgate, were found today at
laundry. They had been left
1
pillow case and nobody told the

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