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Duncan-Schell Furniture Co.
From the Ctieapeat That la Good to the Beat That la Made.
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HAT moment on
your bridal tour
when, ready to
it
dress for the evening,
you throw open your
a
moment of delightful
surprise if you travel
with a Hartmann Grand
Trunk.
For you will find your beautiful gowns and
dainty dresses just as fresh and unwrinkled
as the day you packed them and you can ap
pear as perfectly appareled as if you had all
/the conveniences of your own boudoir.
Among Duncan-Schell's large assortment of
Wardrobe Trunks you will' find just the one
that .suits,. and the price will stiit, too.
LET US MOVE
Your household goods to your new location.
Careful and competent men that "will do the work
in a satisfactory way*
We Store Furniture.
Ideal for the
Honeymoon
Trip
JRUNKS
This charming feature is only one of
many "travel delights" which you can
enjoy with a Hartmann Grand Prize
Wardrobe Trunk made possible by the
patented "no-wrinkle" top.
Hartmann patented fixtures and ingeni
ously arranged compartments provide
unusual capacity, utmost convenience,
and instant accessibility.
\Hartmaim Grand Prize Wardrobe Trunks are
designed and constructed to permit of travel
ing without excess baggage charges for size
or*weight.
We absolutely guarantee the Chambers Fire Gas
Stove sto «av« one-half your fuel gas bill or no sale.
TRY A LOAF OF
AUNT MARY'S BREAD
—The 10c Loaf
The Finest Bread Made in Keokuk.
POLLARD'S QUALITY BAKERY
20 South Fourth Phone 1559
James Cameron's Sons
17 South 7th. Phone 96
MONEY TO LOAN
$10 TO $250 on FURNITURE, P*A.ISr08 or LIVE STOCK, ETC.,
Without PUBLICITY or REMOVAL. A LETTER or call at office
will receive our PROMPT ATTENTION. It costs nothing to in
vestigate.
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AGENT- IN OFFICE -EVERY MONDAY AND TUESDAY W
EAOH WEEK-
We .iLnh According to tha New Stat® Law.
IOWA LOAM COMPANY
420"/2 Main Street, Over Royal Cloak Co., Keokuk, Iowa.
Address Mall to 318'/2 Jefferson St, Btfrtlngton, Iowa.
ROYftKt
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A 10c CIGAR FOE 5c.
READ THE GATE CITY
nA.*" 'j|^
Prize Wardrobe
IS CLOSE AT
School CtiHdren or Keokuk WHI Hear
That Old Familiar Bell for
the Last Time on
Friday.
WILL BE A BUSY WEEK
Teachers Will Have Reports and the
Graduates Will Have Week
Chock Full of
Activities.
The final week of school is at hand
and after this coming Friday thera
will bo no more books for the "Skin
nays" and "Ethels" of Keokuk until
next September. The last week of
school which opens on Monday will
have one full day holiday and there
will *be a short session of school on
•Friday, so that really the last week
will not be a very busy affair except
for the teachers who will have to
make out the reports and for the grad
uates of the high schol.
The commencement day activities
of Keokuk high school will begin on
Wednesday which will be class da/.
This will be a general holiday in the
schools, as per custom. Wednesday
afternoon the seniors will go on their
annual picnic.
On Thursday evening in the Elk3
club the annual Junior-senior recep
tion will be held. This is the social
event of commencement week, and
besides the two classes present, there
will be the members of the faculty
and the school board and their wives.
Friday evening at the Grand opera
house the annual commencement ex
ercises will be given. Dr. Frederick
C. Tnantnign of Iowa City will be the
commencement speaker.
Graduation exercises for .the mem
bers of the grammar school who go
into high school* will foe held this
coming week.
The graduating exercises of St.
Pfeter*s school will be held on Tuesday
evening, and of St. Mary's on Wed
nesday evening, next week.
READ THIS: 8PEC1AL MONDAY.
Classy genuine palm beach, also
crash
and linen suits and coats. New
July models at special prices and 150
new summer dresses, white and col
ored. 3.98 to $25. Get your first se
lection early. Lowitz, 612 Main.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that the vot
ing places for the primary election
to be held in the city of Keokuk on
June 6. 191«.
are as
follows:
First precinct—-So. 26 North Fourth
strG6t.
Second precinct—338 Main street.
Third precinct—At Washington
school basement, 125 North Ninth
Fourth precinct—No. 226 street.
Fifth precinct—No. 314 North Four-
STymmh
1«M Main
trie Oo. car barn. l&W Bank street.
A. P. MEJY33R, County Auditor.
NOTICE.
Dog Hccnse is due June 1st. All
dogs
found running at large without
ta.es after that date will be taken up
IndT killed. or Information filed
against owners^
City Marshal.
CITY NEWS.
—The train carrying the
Pa-f*eJ
Carnival company will arrive, in Ke.
kuk tomorrow aftwnoon at on^
o'clock, over the Rirllngton. Th
train comes from Ifcniington.
THE DAILY GATE CITY AND CONSTITUTION-DEMOCRAT
SULLIVAN &
Special
Oil Mop
Sale
30 cenits
50 cents
75 cents
$1.50
linquist Bros.
513 Main St.
CITY NEWS.
—Moving. J. Opstelten, phone R-648.
—Christian church bazaar, Dec. 2.
—For congress remember Ken
nedy.—Advertisement.
—Don't forget to attend the rug
sale at Linquist Bros.
—St. Mary's excursion on "Sidney"
to Qulncy Friday, June 9th, leaves 8
a. m. sharp 3 hours In Quincy.
—In the suit section part of the
Royal
CIpMeS
Oo,!'»tedvgrttseudnt in
last evenlbg's issue the word skirt
appeared where the word suit should
have .been.
—Vote for Kennedy for congress.—
Advertisement.
—Vote for W. B. Patterson for re
publican supervisor, term of 1917.
There being two candidates, vote for
one.
—The Royal Neighbors will hold
their memorial services at the Wood
man hall Sunday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. Everybody invited to at
tend.
—Kennedy of Lee county for con
gress. Republican primary Monday.
—Advertisement.
—Henry F. Reichmann is a candi
date for constable on the republican
ticket at the primary June 5th, and
wil} appreciate your vote.—Adver
tisement.
—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seiverd,
Charles Califf, Henry Reyer and Mi3S
Betty Reyer, attended the funeral of
Mrs. John Scott at Carthage on Wed
nesday. Mrs. Scott died in Keokuk
last Saturday.
-—Keokuk Lodge No. 13, I. O. O. F.
meets regularly every Monday night
at 8:00 o'clock. Geo. S. MfeTriam, N.
G. F. M. Pugh, Rec. Sec'y. Initia
tory degree.
-—Masonic: Regular meeting of
Hardin lodge No. 29, A. F. and A. M..
Monday, June 5, 1916, at 8 o'clock P
m. Visiting re them fraternally in
vited, by order of the W. M., L. N.
Hahn, secy.
—Three members of the board of
directors of the Keokuk Public Li
brary have been re-appointed by May
or Bd S. I-ofton. The members are
W. J. Fulton, W. G. Blood and Charles
J. Smith. The three directors are
named for a period of six years.
The farmer knows better than
anyone else how his wife helps to
earn and carry on the farm. When
he dies, he leaves it without fear in
her hands. But he leaves its taxes
unprotected by a citizen's vote. His
widow is considered a citt :ea when
the taxes fall due. Her taxes are
more likely to be raised than reduced.
On election day she suffers from taxa
tion without representation—she has
no voice in saying how her taxes
shall be spent. When Iowa women
vote they will help to secure better
roads, better schools, better trolley
service, more libraries and meeting
halls, and insist upon wholesome
amusements for boys and girls.
The justices of the Iowa supreme
court give suffrage a strong endorse
ment in their decision as to the valid
ity of women's votes on the question
of establishing a municipal court in
Des Moines. The majority opinion,
by Justice Preston, said in part: "We
interpret the statute as it is written,
yet we may well keep in view the
steady progress of our state legisla
tion for many years toward complete
emancipation of women from the dis-
talM-
-f I'i
For the purpose of closing out quickly all Tailor-made^
Suits, we put them on sale at HALF PRICE. This means
half price on all our stock of wool tailor-made suits, in
cluding the high grade "Wooltex" LinePYou have not
before had ari opportunity of buying this class of mer
chandise at such a sweeping reduction. During this ex
traordinary suit sale we cannot send goods out on approv
al. A Small charge will be made for alteration should it
be needed.
36 inch
Lawn
Fence
10c
per foot
'Telephone
your order
to 1547'
'PUttl C£
WHETHER
one
SO
Your Ice Cream
Is Here
Waiting for You
you buy It fcy
the brick, pint, quart or
gallon, we will gladly
deliver It to you.
Just 'phone us your order
and let us send you around
some of this Pure, Wholesome
Delicious ICE CREAM.
(Don't say that all ICE
CREAM tastes alike, because it
does not—ours is different—
it's not entirely because we
use fresh fruit flavor and pure
rich cream, that makes it taste
different—it's the way we make
it.
Try some and you will read
ily taste the difference.
McGRATH BROS.
DRUG CO.
Corner Fifth and Main Sis.
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BILLIARDS AND BOWLING. ..
FOR SALE—Billiard tables, bmn-l
new, carom and. pocket, with complete
outfit, $125 second har.d tables at re
duced prices. Easy payments. Cigar
store, drug, delicatessen and soda
fountain fixtures. The Brunswick
Balke-Collender Co.. Davenport, Iowa.
C. Sanders, agent, 219 Han?son St.
abilities and discrimination formerly
imposed upon her by law. until now
the constitutional restriction which
denies her entire equality at the polls
is practically the last surviving badge
of her supposed inferiority in per
sonal, civil or civic rights."
W?pf
Will improve the looks of any lawn. It
is made of heavy galvanized wire, and makes a strong
durable fence. We will cut any length of fence you
may need. '.-.v.'..
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E I AM S'
Quality Gifts
For
Popular Priced Articles
—. 50c 75c $1.00 and upwards
REN AUDS &*£
SATUBDAY, JUNE 3,1916
iv-
QUICK LOAMS
ON HOTTSEHHHJ) GOODS, PIANOS, HORSES,
(ETO., from $5 to $150. It will cost you nothing to
make an inquiry.
We have no office in Keokuk but our agent is in
your city every Wednesday, and he will calL Write
BURLINGTON LOAN CO.
34 Parsons Bik. Burlington, Iowa.
We Loan Under the Provisions of the New Law.
POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT.
VOTE MONDAY FOR
CLARENCE H. DICKEY
Keokuk's Democratic Candidate
for Representative/
Your ?ote will be appreciated
•yi,,'
42 inch
Lawn
Fence
12c
per foot
•WedeKver
to-all parts
of the city'
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