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New Jane records on sale Tomorrow.
We
extend to you a cordial Invitation
Av0j. to cxxme and hear these records a* It
'is an exceptionally good list.
F. W. Loewenstein
ONE DOLLAR WILL
BUY
3 lbs. of 35c Bentico coffee .$1.00
lb. of 60c Bentico tea .30
2 oz. bottle of extract «20
II-"' —OR
2% lbs. of 40c Latona coffee $1.00
lb. of 60c Bentico tea 30
2 oz. bottle of extract 20
'Total $1.50
Either of the above combinations
for,$1.00
Saturday May 27th
BENNER TEA CO.
St.
DECORATION DAY EXCURSION
TUESDA
Y, MAY 30
i, O. L. Martin, one of the Knight
templars, a delegate from Mexico,
Mo., to Hannibal, came up to Keokuk
to visit his cousin Mrs. J. G. Wycon
and family.
Miss Jessie Hartley of Keokuk is
spending the week end with Miss Eva
Ferguson of Carthage.
TO
WlJRLiNGTON
and NAUVOO
ON
Steamer Keokuk,
Leave Keokuk 7:30 a. m.
Fare for round trip to Nauvoo, 40c to Burlington, 60o.
Good mueio and dancing.
TeL 264.
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Phone 138
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HUTCHINSON, Agt.
PERSONALS.
John Murphy* editor of the Burling
ton Post, was in Keokuk yesterday
afternoon on route home from Alex
andria where he had been making
arrangements for the annual home
coming.
—Subscribe for The Gate City.
SHOE POLISHES
Preserve &• leather aad
•Mir shoes wear (oncer. TMf
BO
acid and will not
01ck the leather. Easiest to as*
aad their shine lasts longer
EEP YOUR SHOES NEAT
BLACK-WHITE -TAN
lOt
EXPECTING
HERE
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Third
S
Dollar
1 5 0
Day Conducted Under
Aimplcea
of
Retailers League,
Will Attract Many
.."a.
S
Buyers.
MERCHANTS ARE READY
They Are Offering Exoeptlonal Valuea
to the Trade on Thia
Day When Dollar
la Clastic.
The finishing touches have been
made, and all arrangements are com
pleted for Keokuk's third big Dollar
day. The weather man has promised
fair and cooler weather the mer
chants are offering some red hot bar
gains, so the combination will re
sult in bringing crowds of people
from the surrounding territory to
Keokuk.
Dollar day bargains, the like of
which have never before been seen
will be offered In all of the local
stores for tomorrow. The members
of the Retailers league are offering
the best bargains they can, and the
result will be a pleased lot of custom
ers.
Preparations have been made to
take care of the crowds which will
come to the city to buy goods tomor
row from the surrounding territory.
Judging from all indications. It's go
ing to be a big day in Keokuk, so
come early.
The arrangements for the big bar
gain day were made by N. S. Lowltz,
who Is chairman of the Dollar day
committee.
DAMAGE SUIT IS
NEARING CLOSE
Arguments to Jury Being Made by
Attorneys In Case Which Has
Been on Trial for
Over a Week.
FOUR ATTORNEYS TALK
J. C. McKlnley, Hazen I. Sawyer, T.
A. Craig and A. W. O'Harra
Make Plea for
Clients.
The case of Lou B. Evans vs. the
Keokuk Electric company which has
occupied the attention of the district
court for the last ten days, Is draw
ing to a close. Arguments to the
jury were commenced yesterday, and
the attorneys completed their talks
to the twelve men who were to de
cide the case today.
The arguments are being made by
Attorneys Sawyer and McKhiley for
the plaintiff and O'Harra and Craig,
for toe defense. Attorney McKinley
was making his argument this after
noon. There was a good sized at
tendance of visitors to1 the court
room to hear these arguments by
counsel.
A large list of Instructions have
been asked for by both sides in tfye
case. The court has prepared the in
structions in the case, and will in
struct the jurors at the close of the
arguments by counsel.
Routine Matters.
An amendment to the defendant's
answer has been filed in the case of
O. A. Talbott vs. the Western Union
Telegraph company.
CltY NEWS.
—Grand Leaders are the best.
—At Miss King's, 322 Main street,
20 trimmed hats go at $1.00 each.
—The regular monthly meeting of
the directors of the Keokuk Indus
trial association was held this morn
ing. Routine business was transacted.
—One dollar buys a two dollar and
fifty cent razor at J. F. Kiedalsch &
Son.
—Just think, 13 lbs. granulated
sugar for $1.00 at A. P. J. Ewers,' on
Dollar day. Cheaper than you can
buy in carload lots.
—Mrs. Laura Bell Tucker, whose
death at cne home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George W. Bird, three miles
from Keokuk on the Johnson street
road, was told in The Gate City last
•Saturday, was born In Keokuk on Oct.
15, 1892, being 23 years 1 months and
4 days old at the time of her death
She had lived all of her life in this
city. Death was caused by a para
lytic stroke following an operation,
and Bright's disease. The deceased
was married to Hdward Tucker on
April 14, 1912, in Carthage, 111. She
is survived by her husband and two
daughters, Alice May and Neva
Marie also by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George W, Bird, and two sisters
and two brothers. Lulu, Gladys, Ru*
sel and Harry Bird, all of whom re
side at home.
—One dollar buys a two dollar and
fifty cent razor at J. F. Kiedalsch &
Son.
—'FOr your Sunday dinner, (jrder a
nice veal or beef roast. Spring chick
en. spring lamb, at Joa. Haubert's,
W#llWfc
THE DAILY GATE UTTT
SAVE YOUR
VITALITY
Bye strain saps vitality, dis
turbs your sleep, produces
headaches, Interferes with a
rhythmic heart action. Eye
strain can easily be your great
est enemy. It usually is.
Perfection Glasses are worth
their weight in gold, but our
prices are very reasonable.
AYRES
& CHAPMAN
Scientific Opticians
Call Black 665.
For Society Editor
Belmont Club Meeting.
The Belmont Cosmopolitan club, at
its meeting yesterday, at the home of
Mrs. Dan Droe, adjourned until Aug
ust 1st, when the meetings will be
resumed.
Party to Quinoy.
A very congenial party of friends
went to Quincy today by boat. In the
party were Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Mil
ler, Mr. and Mrs. H. "W. Upham, Mrs.
Mary B. Jones. Mrs. John H. Cole,
•Mrs. D. B. Hlllis, Mrs. Elizabeth Le
Bron, Miss Rachel Fletcher, Mrs.
Frank Jones and Miss Kastner of
Washington, D. C.
Reception at Elks Club.
Yesterday afternoon Miss John
stone and Mrs. John Ri. Irwin enter
tained at a bridge tea in the Elks
club house, which was one of the
most delightfully appointed func
tions given here in many days.
Bridge was played in the ball room,
which was decorated in baskets and
jardinaires of pink and violet colored
flowers. Pink snap dragons and
ileur de lis, pink and purple gladiolas,
pink roses and violets, all made beau
tiful combinations of oolor.
Eighteen tables were played from
half past two to half past four, at
which hour a hundred other ladies
came in for the reception. An elab
orate tea was served In the main din
ing room, in the center of which was
a long table lighted with candles
shaded in pink, and having on it
baskets of France roses. The
guests were seated in groups of six
and eight.
The hostesses were assisted by
Mrs. H. K. Miller, Mrs. James Huis
kamp, Mrs. Geo. W. Delaplaine, Mrs.
D. A. Collier, Mrs. J. J. Ayres, Mrs.
Edgar Cochrane, Mrs. Frank M. Full
er, Mrs. Thomas P. Gray, Mrs. James
P. Ooyle, Mrs. Collingwood Tucker,
Miss Anne B. Davis and Miss Eliza
beth Miller. Punch was served by
Miss Mary McGrath, Miss Adalaide
iBartruff and Miss Katherine Dodge
of Warsaw. The out of town guests
were Mrs. Wright of Chicago, Mrs.
J. H. Findley of Warsaw, and Mrs.
Charles Decker of Kansas City.
LeWls-Johnstone Engagement.
Mrs. W. H. Lewis of Cincinnati,
Ohio, gave a luncheon today at which
formal announcement was made of
the engagement of her daughter. Miss
Genevieve Sears Lewis, to Mr. Bd
ward' Knox Johnstone of this city.
The wedding will occur in the aut
umn. This announcement is of spec
ial interest to society because Mr.
Johnstone belongs to one of the old
est and best known Keokuk families,
and is prominently identified with
business interests in this city. Miss
Lewis comes from a family which
has been prominent in Ohio for many
years, and is »by no means a stranger
to Keokuk society. She is the niece
of Mrs. J. J. Chapman and on her
visits has made many friends who
are pleased that she is to make her
home here.
VandendoeM-umberg Nuptials.
Last evening at 5 o'clock at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. P. J. Vandendoel, 1329 Frank
lin street, occurred the marriage of
Miss Edith Vandendoel to Mr.
Arthur Lumberg, the Rev. F. B. Mc
Allister of the First Baptist church,
officiating. Only the immediate rel
atives were present at the cere
mony and at the wedding dinner
which followed. The bride wore a
traveling suit of shepherd's plaid,
with a white hat and carried bride's
roses. Mr. and Mrs. Lumberg will
be at home after June 15th at 1401
Franklin street. The bride is popu
lar with a wide circle of friends and
has been guest of honor at many so
cial functions since the party given
to announce her engagement. Mr.
Lumberg Is an employe of the
Leake Printing Co., and is a young
man of splendid character. The
young people have the best wishes of
many friends.
Miss Demple Graduates.
Miss Vivian Demple of this city was
one of the graduates from Washing
ton college at Washington, D. CX, Mon
day evening. Miss Demple received
the degree of bachelor of arts. F.
2for
95c
ASH BY 2K IN LEXICON 2X IN
ARROW
COLLARS FOR BIG
TUCKED-IN-ENP BOWS
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DOLLAR DAY
Specials Saturday, May 27th,
Beyer's "Residential" Grooery
A modern, sanitary grocery store
in the heart of the residence dls
triot
9 cans Kellogg'fl 16c Baked
Beans $1.00
6 cans 20c Red Salmon 1.00
8 16o Extra Fancy To
matoes 1.00
7 lbs. regular 17 *4 pure
Lard 1.00
2% libs, regular 60o Tea 1.00
4 Tbs. regular 80c Coffee .... 1.00
12V6 lbs. fancy Soup Beans.. 1.00
11% lbe. granulated Sugar .. 1.00
Fresh country butter, eggs, milk
and cream. Fresh fruits and
vegetables. Poultry, alive or
dressed on orders. Quick deliv
eries by auto.
C. M. Bever
216 North Thirteenth St.
Phone 956.
Want Column
If you wish to rent or sell a house
if you are seeking a position or want
someone to work for you If you have
lost anything or found anything, your
advertising message Inserted In The
Daily Gate City will enter every
reading home in KeoKuk and twenty
five mile radius. The cost Is but a
cent a word each insertion, no ad
vertisement being taken for lew*
than 15c. Caah must acoompany order
WANTED.
WANTED TO BUTT some Indian run
ner ducks. Call Black 1613.
WANTED—Oook and all-round res
taurant man. Address "E" this
office.
WANTED—A cook. Mlrs. C. M. Rich,
424 Orleans.
WANTED—Girls 1® years and above
in cutting and packing depts. of the
shoe factory. Huiskamps.
WANTED—Sheet metal workers,
state age and experience. Open
shop and no labor trouble. Henry
Weis Cornice Co., Atchison, Kans.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT—213 Concert street. In
quire Mrs. W. B. Daniels, 206 High
street
FOR RENT—Residence on north
side, with hardwood floors, gas and
electric lights, good furnace, station
ery laundry tub. Furnished or un
furnished. Also a furnished apart
ment for housekeeping. Call at 727
North Ninth or phone Black 1430.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, mod
ern improvements, block from
street car. Reasonable rent Hamilton
111., Box 73. Phone 911.
FOR RlENT—3 rooms furnished, for
light housekeeping. Inquire 1118
Concert. Phone Red 238.
FOR RENT—Modern room, furnished
complete, good location, rent rea
sonable. 721 Concert.
FOR RENT—Modern six room house
new hot water heating plant Gar
den space, chicken yard. 1219 Ex
change. Call Red 1172.
FOR SALE.
FOR SAL®—Quick Meal, two burner
gasoline stove, with oven. 1503
Johnson street
LOST.
LOST—Flat pocketbook enclosed In
money bag (First National bank,
Farmington, Iowa) containing two ten
dollar bills, one promissory note, one
bank book, Keokuk Savings, Wednes
day or Thursday of this week. Liberal
reward. C. Blomberg, 407, Morgan
street
LOST—Brown fur collar, about a
week ago. Leave at Gate City office.
Reward.
LANDOLOGY, a magazine :ving thi
facts in regard to the lahd situa
tion. Three months trial subscrip
tion free. If for a home, or as an
investment yon are thinking of buying
good farm lands, simply write me a
letter marking it rersonal and say
"Mail me Landology and all particu
lars free." Address Loyd M. Skin
ner, general manager, :3kidmore Land
Co., 233 Skidmore Bldg., Marinette,
Wis.
Menefee, principal of the school
awarded the diplomas, and the ad
dress to the graduates was given by
the Rev. C. Ernest Smith, rector of
St. Thomas' Protestant Episcopal
church.
Indoor Plcrrto.
The members of the choir of the:
First Baptist church, and their
friends, will enjoy an indoor picnic In
the church parlors this evening.
To Be Married In Muscatine.
The many friends in the city of Miss
Ethel Salisbury of Muscatine, former
ly of Ft. Madison, will be interest 1
to learn that on Saturday evening "f
this week she will become the bride
of Mr. Charles P. Hanley of Musca
tine. The wedding will take place
in their new home. Lilac lodge, Oak
land drive, Muscatine, Iowa. Mis*
Salisbury was a prominent figure In
the regatta held here in 1913, piloting
her boat Ethel IV.
Spanish Steamer Sunk.
LONDON, May 26.—The Spanish
steamer Ann-era has been sunk.
The Aurrera displaced 2,845 tona
and was 399 feet long. She was reg
istered a* BUbaoL
DSB-AR DAY
Special
Solid gold cuff buttons, duplex stock, at
pr button $1-00
Silver buckle and belt, complete, at
each. $1.00
Solid gold La Vallieres, at each $1.00
Kf| Gold filled chains for all purposes, at
4
each
A. P. J. EWERS
CITY NEWS.
—Just think, 13 lbs. granulated
sugar for $1.00 at A. P. J. Ewers,' on
Dollar day. Cheaper than you can
buy in carload lots.
—Ben Moore, colored, paid $1 and
costs for d'runkenness, when arraign
ed in the superior court this after
noon.
—-Smoke a Grand Leader and smile.
—Dollar Day bargains In every line
at Miss King's, 322 Main street
—The dog poisoner is at work
again. "Nix," a valusble bull dog
owned by E. E. Hawkes died this
morning as result of poison adminis
tered by some fiend. There have
been several cases of dogs dying or
being made seriously ill by doses of
paison reported recently.
—Grand Leader cost 5, worth 10.
—'At Miss King's, flowers 50c to
$1.00 go at 33c hats, $5.00 to $10
at $5 each.
—Counsel for C. J. Truslow, on
whose premises the police confiscated
seventy-nine pint bottles of beer last
night on a raid on the building at
1100 Main street occupied by Jerry
Stack's soft drink parlor, filed an
answer in the superior court this
afternoon. It is stated in the answer
that the beer was for family use and
the return of the property is de
manded.
—The beist 5c made. The Grand
Learer. Buy one. Try one.
—Subscribe tor T%« Ctet* City.
PAG-ETTTREB
.... $1.00
Ioed tea spoons, per set $1.00
An even 100 attractive feature bargains
at each $1.00
See Our Window Display
Ayres & Chapman
Jewelers
Silversmiths
Diamond Merchants
Society^ Stationers
608 PALE AN STREET
DOLLAR DAY
BARGAINS
13 lbs. granulated sugar .$1.00
One No. 5 pail of butchers puretettle ren
dered lard and 4 lbs. of sugar .... $1.00 f\
One No. 3 pail of butchers pure kettle ren
dered lard and 7 lbs. of sugar .... $1.00
40 bars of laundry soap $1.00
Cash Wirn order for all dollar orders,
It will pay you to come and see our*,
other special bargains.
Free demonstration of Ewers' Special/
30c coffee and Moms' Marigold oelomar-^'j
garine.
Tornado In North.- Dakota.
FAJU30, NT. D., May 20.—Eight pert!
sons were seriously injured and prop*
erty damage amounting to several
thousand dollars by a tornado near.
Wimbledorn, according to definite re«
portB
secured today when, wjre com*
munications were restored. Barly
Freckle-Face
Sun and Wind Bring Out Ugly Spot^
How to Remdve EasMy.
Here's a chance. Miss Freckle-face^
to try a remedy for freckles with th«
guarantee of a reliable dealer that it
will not cost you a penny unless il
removes the freckles while if i|
does give you a clear complexion th^
expense is trifling.
Simply get an ounce of othine-w
double strength—from any druggist
and a few applications should show)
you how easy it is to rid yourself oil
the homely freckles and get a beau?
tiful complexion. Rarely is moral
than one ounce needed for the worst
case.
Be sure to ask the druggist for th
double strength othine as this is
prescription sold under guarantee
money back, if it fails to remove
freckles,
S'
f*i
r&i
ports of heavy loss of life were 'ii«
approved.
—Advertise in The Gute City.
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