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Ferndell Catsup— Ferndell Chili Sauce
Finest Quality Zestful and
From Our Show Windows
¥"ou will need a good hoe,
rake and spading fork for.
that garden you are making
We have a good variety in
the different styles and
Hoes 25c to 60c
Rakes 25c to 85c
Spading forks .75c to $1.00
Garden seed ... 5c per pkg\
AVe have the genuine
"Philadelphia" lawn mow
ers. The kind that give
satisfaction. Ask the man
who owns one. A mower for
every size yard—
Mowers .$3.00 to $15.00
Jrass carriers 50c to $1.00
r^awn rakes 40c
•Sickles 25c to 40c
Is what you need to keep
your chickens out of the
garden. We will cut any
Length of fence you want.
3 ft, 4 ft, and 5 ft.
In the one and two inch
mesh, for those who do not
care for a heavy fence
1 foot to 6 feet
Lawn fence 10c ft.
Rubber hose 10c to 15c ft.
Hose reels ... ,75c to $2.25
Sprinklers 45c to 85c
We deliver to All Parts
of the City
.ttv,., like to have all the women vote for you you'd
v»i' like to have every one of them cast a ballot for
you as a well dressed man. There's another
thing pretty certain—t he surest way to get
such a vbte is to wear 4.
WEIL & CO. CLOTHES
Beat by Test
That's the best way of being a winning candid
date because these clothes have the style you
need, the quality of materials, the tailoring and
$15.00 to $30.00
Tfve largest stock
of shirts in Keo
kuk. •'4M58 soys OUTFITTERS
Help the Kid
Get the Pony
Boy your Drug*,
Ice Cream and
Soda Water at
BOTH FINE FOR COLD MEATS
IMMEGART, The Grocer
Phone 43 7G6 Main
A Few Spring
Why Pay More?
VANILLA, CHOCOLATE, CAR
AMEL, TUTTI FRUITTI, FRESH
STRAWBERRY AND GOLDEN
SPECIAL PRICES IN
Phone 248. 14 South 7th
Bobber Heel* are 'next
to wings. Safety Cushion Heels of
new live rubber. Got a pair put on
today, 50c per pair, attached while
you wait. We also carry the f»
moas Cats Psw and Panther Heels.
All put on by
814 Main St. POoM Mt
BILLIARDS AND BOWL.
FOR SALE—Billiard tables, brand
carom and pocket, with complete
outfit, $115 second hand table* at re
duced prices. Easy payments. Cigar
•tore, drug, delicatessen and soda
fountain fixtures. The Brunswick
^ae-Collender Co., Davenport. Iowa.
Sanders, agent, Blackhawk hoteL
^hale oil are more
OU may have your own ideas about "vote*
for women you may be for or against.
But one thing i» pretty certain—you'd
,5?*-, Hart, Sc^affner
1^,^ A Marx
South Dakota. This week's report
indicate a generally healthy crop sit
uation, although warmer weather,
would be beneficial.
—The smoker's joy, "Orand Lead
—Special sale, Saturday at Karll's
millinery, 714 Main street.
—A committee from drainage dis-j
tricts alcng the river between Bur
llngton and New (Boston visited the
power plant yesterday to talk over I
the high water situation. The com
mittee was shown all of the records
of the power company as regards
the controlling of the water and was
afforded full information on all of
—Special sale on work shoes, $2.50
and $3.00, at Ludwig's.
—Untrimmed shapes, 98c Saturday,
at Karll's millinery, 714 Main street.
—Special ordinance No. 474, which,
was passed by the council several!
weeks ago, was amended today andj
repassed. The ordinance gave to the!
Keokuk Quarry Construction company!
the right, to construct a sidetrack'
across TOfth and Cedar streets, and'
'a distance of 400 feet east on Cedar
street. The amendment reads, "and,
if neces&ary In the sidewalk space!
alongside lot 1 In block 65, Raid's
—Order now for that Sunday din
ner. Choice Toasts of veal, pork, and
lamb. Jos. Haubert's, 709 Main.
—Special Saturday. Newest pumps,
oxfords, gun metal and patent leather
shoes, %t, $2.50, $3.00, at Ludwig's.
—Ft Madison Democrat: The
members of the Lee county board of
supervisors were in Fort Madison to
day and while they were not in active
business session they signified their
intention of taking up the matter of
the improvement of the Sand !Prairle
road at once. At their next meeting
they will enter of record the plan for!
the Improvement and instruct the
county engineer to take nueh steps as
will hasten the work. It is the In
tention of the supervisors to complete,
the work as soon as conditions will
permit. Specifically the work will be
to day the three stretches of the road
Where the loose sand makes the thor
ougfcfare so forbidding that it is
avoided "by even neighborhood traffic,
—Cong, market, Home Tea Co. Sat.
—The Grand Leader and Santa
Mara. Two perfect cigars. Try one.
Special for Saturday, trimmed
ihats,' $2.98 at Karll's millinery, 714
Regular meeting of Evening Star
temple No. 264. Pytnian Sisters, at
K. p. hall. Friday evening at 7:30.!
Visiting members invited. Mrs. Min-|
nie E. King, M. BS. C. Maude M. Hor
nish. M. of R. & C. Installation of
iVfo wkAi to tliank neighbors and
friends tot their kindness during our
THE DAILY GATE CITY AND CONSTITUTION-DEMOCRAT
—Graduation Dresses. Lowltz.
—Nice strawberriee on. sale at "all
grocery stores at 10c per box.
—Beat piano values at P. W. Loew
enstedn Piano Co.
—Unitarian market tomorrow at
Keokuk Electric Co., 8th and Main.
—Pucketchetuck lodge No. 43 meets
every Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock.
C. W. Randall. N. G. George W. Im
megart, permanent secretary. Tonight
work in the first degree.
—'When you send your classified
advertising, be sure and make ar
rangements to eend the cash with
order as no book account is kept of
this class of advertising. It is strict
—Don't forget the millinery sale
Saturday at Karll's, 714 Main street.
—Strawberries are dally becoming
more plentiful. Local growers are pre
dicating a fair crop of .home-grown ber
—So far no trace has been found
of Frank Hoover, the Alexandria
fisherman who disappeared several
weeks ago and was thought to have
been drowned. .His skiff was found
at Buzaard island.
—Just received new Victor rooords
for May. F. W. iLoewenstein Piano
—Lieutenant Governor W. !L. Hard
ing, who is expected to visit Keokuk
before the primary election in his own
interest for the-nomination of gov
ernor, filed his papers Wednesday,
which was the last day of filing for
candidates seeking a state office.
—Say ller*8 shoe hospital, headquar
ters fine shoe repairing, also second
hand shoes, large assortment. 1120
—W. C. Maxwell, vice president of
the Wabash Railway company, is
sending oat weekly crop reports of
conditions along the Wa'hash lines.
The report treats of conditions in
Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Indiana, Ohio,
I Michigan, Kansas, Nebraska and
I wish to announce that I am a
candidate for the democratic nomina
tion for clerk of the district courL
/yi.jvisj. ir.' ,•
We rent Vacran Cleaners
by the day
C. M, HART.
Order your beer, wines and liquors
from Leisy Brewing Co., Warsaw, 111.
Phone No. 116 or address P. O. B$x
433. Prompt delivery service.,
--Smoke a Grand Leader and smile.
—Advertise In The Gate City and
—The Friendship class of the Sun
day school of the First Methodist1
Protestant church met Thursday,
evening in tiie basement of the church,
in its regular monthly business meet
ing. Following the regular routine
of business, the following officers'
were elected for the ensuing year:
a S re id
L. Stutenburg vice president, J. K.I
Foulkes secretary-treasurer, Carl An-]
derson chairman membership coin
mittee, George Criswell chairman
Foaial committee, Silas Thon chair
man devotional committee, A. B.!
Grout. (Refreshments of pumpkin pie
and coffee were served by the com
mittee in charge.
Fire Destroys Barry Home.
BABKY. HI., April 28.—Fire com
pletely destroyed the residence of Su
san Bllderback, total loss estimated at
$2,500. insurance on house
and on contents $300.
SIRS. JOHN EUSTLIN-R
We will install this all steel Clark Jewel Qas
Range with piping eoinplete for 918.00
If you have an old Gam Range we
you 95.00 for ItJi* This will mak^thls^l
some little Range cost you only $13*00
HERE IS A CHANCE to CET RID of THAT W0RN0UT RANGE
IIRemember this Offer Is for 30 Days Only
We give you
$12, $15 and
up to $25
PLACE YOUR-* ORDER TODAY
Keokuk Electric Company
SOO Main St.
In "all wool,"
just the right
right model and
the right price.
Best boys' suiti'
Of all the cities of the United King-
|1,100 dom, Belfast has fewer unemnloyed
than any other.
E E A
A cigar whose Incomparable distinctiveness of quality has won it more
friends tn less time than any other cigar offered the public.
GIVE THEM A TRIAL
I E E I
I, 704 Miln
Bound and sirloin steak ..18o
Porterhouse steak 18c
Pork loin roasts 17c
Pork chops ......18c
Pork butts, lean
Pare pork sausage 15c
Fresh ground hamburger IZ'/^c
Prime rib roasts 14c
Veal steak 18c, 20c
Veal breasts 13c
Beef tongues ...17c
Corned beef 12'/£c
Smoked bacon 18c
1? For Saturday, April 29 1916
700 MAIN ST.
Pork link sausage 11c
Fresli spare ribs 11c
Beef pot roasts (from com fed cattle) 12f/tc
Short rib boiling meat 11c
Godel's fancy sugar cured hams 20c
Godel's fancy sugar cured fcacon 20c
Smoked picnic hams 14c
Creamery butter 38c
Dry salt bacon 17®
Smoked Jowls 14®
Weiners, bologna and frank
Head cheese, liver sausage
and blood sausage 10c
Coffee (High grade) 23, 25, 40c
Oak Grove butterlno ®e
Corn, peas, 3 cans 25°
Tomatoes and salmon 2
OUR MEATS ARE ALL U. S. INSPECTED
Delicious Wholesome Cookies^
For those who entertain
TRY SOME OF
SUGAR FRUIT, FRUIT BAR
PEANUT BAR, SCOTCH
E E E O N E O O E
Pollard's Quality Bakery 20 "south 4th
—AmnBRnss jm daily oatk otty.
Pure rendered lard