OCR Interpretation


The daily Gate City and constitution-Democrat. (Keokuk, Iowa) 1916-1922, July 07, 1916, Image 8

Image and text provided by State Historical Society of Iowa

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn87057262/1916-07-07/ed-1/seq-8/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

i-Vf"
«\fe *. PAGE BIGHT
I
|g
Saturday, July 8, for special
prices at
BUEHLER BROS.
We change our prices as the market prices change.
Therefore as the market prices are lower our prices axe
also reduced and we can save you 40 per cent on all
your meats. Our meats are all U. S. inspected.
Majestic Sugar Cured Hams .. $..20
Godel's Royal Brand Ham 20
Godel's Breakfast Bacon (half or whole side) ..20
Smdked Picnic Hams ...— J-4
Smoked Bacon (country style) .18
Fancy Beef Pot Roasts ...... ... .13
Pork Buts (lean) 15
Pure Rendered Lard .14
Prime Rib Roasts,.., $ .14
Plate Boiling Meat... .10
Bound and Loin Steak .19
Porter House Steak .. .19
Pork Loin -16
Pork Chops .17
Pure Pork Sausage.. .13
Veal Steak ........: .20-.22
Veal Roasts .18-.20
Lamb Roasts .16-.18
Palm
Suits and
Ptione
Clothes that are in line with every occasion
Raw Corned Beef .. .12^2
Pickled Tongues ..... .17
Smoked
Jowl
Bacon. .14
Dry Salt Bacon 16
Weiners & Bologna. .12
Minced & Pressed Ham .15
Cooked Corned Beef.. .30
Jellied Tongues ..... .30
Oleomargarine 20
Coffee .23-.25-.40
Fresh Hamburger ... .13
PHONE 203
made to look new here
Telephone us and re
member:
Collars 2c, Plain Shirts 8c
Keokuk Steam Laundry
321 Main Street
Skirts
EXTRA SPECIAL
$1.50 Cleaning and Pressing for 60 cents
Suit
Thus* this over and It don't cost you anything if yon are not «ati«
it of he a to an S a
Panama Hats.
Highest grade material, finest -workmanship and prices as low as
possible in our shoe repairing. We carry a full line of rubber heels
Star Cleaners & Shoe Repairing Co.
READ THE DAILY GATE CITY
ii&L*iU£Z
Vice
antidote
peculiar
CoTAtUnt*. -O*.
President
a
Main St.
a
."Ujwwi "i
write to
"JW P./'.l
Breeze-weve and Kool-off Two-Piece
Suite .-,7.. .Lj.... $7.50 and $10.00
White Serge Coats and Trousers. .f.i. $15.00
White Flannel Coats and Trousers $15.00
Silk Coats and Trousers. $15.00 and $18.00
Mohair Coats and Trousers $10.00 to $18.00
Shirts, pure Silk, Fibre Silk, Percales
a a $ 1 0 0 to $ 5 0 0
"Classy" Straw Hats. .$1*00 to $7.50
Men's and Boys9 Bathing Suits
COBPQRATgD
kill.
MENS
& BOYS OUTffTTEFS:
Best by Test.
Introductory Sale
Archer's Alpine
Silver Polish
Requires no rubbing.
Don't rub the silver off.
Works instantly.
Cannot injure the fin
est surface.
Restores silver to its
original brightness and
finish as it left the fac
tory.
Regular price, 25c a
can.
Introductory price 10c
a can, or 3 cans for 25c.
Engelhardt&Co.
I:
1
LOOK!
Mr. Working Man!
We know -what you need.
We carry the famous
Smith Wallace all solid
leather shoes. Why pay
more for paper shoes when
you can get solid leather
shoes for less money?
We have them for $2.00,
$SL25, $2.50 and $3.00.
LOUIE'S IHSI
814 Main Keokuk, la.
ii in ii in
THANKED FOR GIFT
OF ALARM CLOCK
Odell A Hoar Receive Letter Fro4i
Captain Frank LeBron of
Company L.
Odell and Hoar have received the
following letter of thanks from Cap
tain Frank LeBron for the gift of an
alarm clock to Company L:
Odell & Hoar,
Keokuk, la.
Gentlemen: The alarm clock
came today and is surely needed.
The patriotic decoration made a
hit.
The boys in the company all
thank you for your thoughtfulness
especially the two cooks who
have to prepare a six o'clock
breakfast.
Sincerely,
FRANK LEBRON.
Capt. Co. L., First Inf., Iowa.
Keokuk people and firms have been
supplying Company with the articln
it is in need of, a list of which was
given in The Gate City recently.
PROBATE WILL OF
SAMUEL WAKEFIELD
Order Was Signed In District Court
Today—New Action Has Been
Filed.
The win of the late Samuel "Wake
field was probated in the district
court this morning. J. B. Diver will
serv© as executor, according to the
terms of the will. All of the proper
ty is left to the daughter, Miss Nell
Wakefield of Chicago.
A suit has been filed by O. B.
Glover vs. W. H. Moll wain, asking
for judgment for 5274.98, money al
leged to be due on a note.
Mrs. Maggie Fisher and son Will o!
Peoria, and Mrs. Samuel Camp of
Carthage spent a couple of days with
Mrs. G. W. Eaton. They left this
afternoon for Ferris, where they will
vlmlt a
tmw
dam
1*11^
THE DAILY GATE CITY AND CONSTITOTIOW-PEMOCRAT
THIS EVENING
Keokuk Citizens to Discus® Ways
., and Means of Providing
Building for Keo
kuk.
COMMITTEE REPORTS
WHI Oe Presented at Session In Su
perior Court Roonrv—To Dis
cuss Armory-City
Hall Plan.
A meeting of Keokuk citizens will
be held in the superior court room, at
8:00 o'clock tonight for the purpose
of discussing the plans for tihe build
ing of an armory here. It is prob
able that a great deal of the discus
sion -will hinge on the combined
armory-city hall idea, which was
recommended by the finance commit
tee composed of Geo. S. Tucker, J.
A. Dunlap, F. W. Davis and H. Boy
den Blood.
It was the opinion of this commit
tee, which examined Into the matter
from all angles at several meetings,
that a special election should be call
ed for the Issuance of bonds for the
construction of the building. The
revenue from the state for armory
purposes would guarantee the Interest
on the bonds while the rent that the
city pays now could be turned over
toward wiping out the debt
The executive committee is anxious
that there be a big turn out tonight
as the meeting promises to be one of
real importance and the things to be
discussed will be of Interest to all
citizens. Reports of various com
mittees win be made.
CITY NEWS.
—Bathing suit specials. Lowltz.
—A flne line of vegetables and
fruits are being served by the deal
ers.
—Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Keator
are the parents of a daughter, born
this morning.
—Spend Sunday on Str. Dubuque to
Burlington and return. Leave 9:30
a. m. Adults 75c.
•—War! war! war! on bad shoes.
Get them repaired at •€ayller*s Shoe
Hospital, 1120 Main.
—St. John's market, Keokuk Elec
tric Co., Saturday, 2 o'clock. Alum
inum demonstration at three.
—Those wonder dollar tub skirts.
Lowitz. Others up to $5.00.
—J. C. Larson and wife have con
veyed to H. C. Bierman lot 11 in block
13 in Kilbourne'8 addition. The con
sideration is $2,800.
—200 new waists, $1.00 up. Lowltz.
—White serge and flannel suits and
extra trousers for Country club wear
at Ewers-McCarthy Co's.
—The Old Settlers reunion of Lee
county will be held In Donnellson
August 17th. Miss Mildred Rayburn
of Keokuk will be on the program for
a reading.
—Have a few piano bargains that
will interest you. Cash or time.
Loewenstein Piano Co., 625 Main.
—During July we will have a limit
ed number of Streckfus steamboat
tickets to St. Paul and return, which
we will sell at a special discount.
Place orders now. The Gate City Co.
—The way to pave is to pave and
the best paving is the cheapest. The
city that has the best streets and the
best roads leading to it is the city
that gets the trade.
—Tub suits, coats, now- cost. Lowitz.
—High class excursion to Burling
ton and return Sunday on Str. Du
buque. Leave 9:30 a. m. Adults 75c.
—Pucketchetuck lodge No. 43 meets
every Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock.
C. W. Randall. N. G. George W. Im
megart, permanent secretary. Third
—Keokuk will be visited tomorrow
by members of the Tri-State Associa
tion of Watkins salesmen who are
holding conventions in Burlington.
The trip will be made to Keokuk on
the steamer Sidney.
—If you appreciate style, fit and
comfort, wear an Ewers-McCarthy
Co. Palm Beach or Kool-Kloth. coat
and trousers.
—Regular meeting Keokuk council
No. 536 tonight at 8 o'clock, Hawkes*
ball, Eighth and Main. Visiting breth
ren fraternally invited to attend. C.
E. Powell, regent J. I. Annable,
secretary.
—A committee of Baptists from
Lashing a Lazy
Liver with pills may
give temporary relief—but
the pill habit is not a health
habit. It will put the liver
out of business in time
and then everything else
goes out of business. Get
the health habit by eating
Shredded Wheat Biscuit,
the ideal hot weather food,
which contains more digest
ible, brain-making, muscle
building material than beef
steak or eggs. The tasty,
delicious crispness of the
baked wheat gives palate
joy and stomach comfort.
It supplies the maximum of
nutriment in smallest bulk.
Delicious for breakfast with
milk or cream, or for any
meal with fresh fruits. Made
at Niagara Falls, N. Y.
hi'
.£.
Adjustable
Window Screens
18 Inch 25o
24 Ineh 35o
28 Inch ................... 40c
30 Ineh 45o
TELEPHONE
YOUR ORDER
TO 1547
Order a Brick of
Fresh
Raspberry Ice
and
Vanilla
For Your
Sunday Dinner
They are Delicious
tt
McGrath Bros.
500 MAIN STREET
HEADACHE
due to eye strain can
be relieved by prop
erly fitted glasses.
We* have relieved
hundreds.
Let us help you.
RENAUD
'He's had the experience'
this county met in Farmington, la.,
yesterday for the purpose of arrang
ing a program for the annual meeting
of the Keokuk association of Baptist
churches which is to be held In this
city in the fall.
—100 new dresses $1 to $20. Also
new fall taffetas at profit. Lowitz.
—(Largest selection of men's and
boy's bathing suits in Keokuk at
fiwers-McCarthy Co's, 25c to $5.00.
i—The Donnellson Review: The
Standard Four Tire company Is now
making one hundred tires a day, we
are informed. We saw on© of their
tires last week on a car standing on
Main street, and it certainly looked
good..
—High class excursion to Barling
ton and return Sunday on Str. Du
buque. Leave 9:30 a. m. Adults 75c.
—Bwers-MpCarthy Co. are local dis
tributors of the celebrated, perfect
fitting, guaranteed fast color Kmery
shirts, $1 to $4.50.
—Keokuk friends of Dr. Harold
Jones will be Intersted in knowing
that he has been appointed chief resi
dent physician of the Kansas City
general hospital at Kansas City, Mo.
Dr. Jones has just recently completed
his college work, and his appointment
comes as a considerable honor.
—Spend Sunday on Str. Dubuque to
Burlington and return. Leave 9:30
a. m. Adults 75c.
—Those wonder dollar tub skirts.
Lowitz. Others up to $5.00.
—No place is as cool as on the
river these sultry days. A boat trip
to St. Paul will ipnove a delightful
way in which to spend your vacation.
Special rates. The Gate City Co.
—Fort Madison Democrat: Hon. J.
P. Cmikshank of this city has receiv
ed notice from -Governor G. W.
Clarke of his appointment to the
board of curators of the state his
torical society. The appointment took
effect June 28th and the governor's
seal was affixed to the commissioc
July 1st. ihe board of curators con
sists of eighteen members, nine of
whom are appointed by the governor
and nine elected by the members of
the society. Mr. Cruikshank receiv
ed his appointment directly through
the state executive. The term of offi
ce Is for two years.
—Tub suits, coats, now cost. Lowitz.
Henry Auwerda of Omaha is in the
city visiting relatives and friends.
Frank V. Crimmins of Houston is
in the city visiting his parents Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Crimmins, St
lis Your House Screened
against the deadly fly? Don't wait until the flies are in the house, and
then try to kill them, but screen your doors and windows and keep
them out. Don't forget to screen your porch.
Screen Wire
In alt widths from 18 tnohaa to
.48 Inches.
•Painted Sf/zo aq. ft.
Galvanized
3/2c
«q. ft
Pearl 6o eq. ft,
Bronx* 10c slq. ft
MERRIAM'S
HARDWARE STORE
v?r-.
FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1918.
Screen Doors
In the regolar *Uee» ta «h»
plain and tancy etylea, Com
plete with hardware
$1JOO
Buy Your Fall Cook Stove Now!
Specials for Saturday
One lot of children's Dresses, values up to $1. Special 25c
Come early. They will not last long.
Ladies Back Combs values up to 50c
Special 10 and 15c a pair
6 Bolls of extra large and good Toilet Paper a regular
lOo value 6 for 25c
We have ft special in a Ladies' Vest, 36-38 sizes only
(15c grade. Saturday only 10c each
Don't forget the picnic outfit for 10c
Satisfy Your Thirst
Ferndell Root Beer
Ginger Ale
Catawba Grape Juice
T&oa
2*
WE DELIVER
TO ALL
PARTS OF
THE CITY
•r-rrv'
Get a Quick Meal Steel Range
Guaranteed not to rust.
As all the inner parts
Are porcelain enamal
The price is no higher than
Any high grade steel range.
Reasonable terms of sale
Will be offered at this time.
LINQUIST BROS.
The Quality Store, 518 Main.
Edward L. Kruse
5-10-25c Store
Pineapple Juice
Birch Beer
Grape Smash
AT
I E A
Phone 43 THE QUALITY GROCER 706 Main
Try Our
JELLY ROLL 10c
RASPBERRY LEMON and GOOD JELLY
It's Mighty Fine
Pollard's Quality Bakery, pS^fisra
"A Sermon for Mrs. Gadabout and Mr. Grunt"
SUNDAY NIGHT
Baptist Church
Hear McAllister
MEjaD THE DAILY GATE CITY 10 CENTS PEKWEJUL
1
si
ii
[By
LO
tensii
Its se
jrery
ng
Bvery
count
A
rat
attle
Sonm
night
Jons.
Prenc
slight
Jomn
The
Skmux
seas
lay's
last
tons.
Conta
Ing tl
the
sastei
Ger
last 1
Aired
runs,
xencl
)ther
No
Jerrti
nade
fensii
moral
'Iciall
50,000
lesidi
by th
iispal
that
Qowei
Bd in
u.t tl
The
!ront,
tinues
er,. ar
at
Titles
lussi
mt a
On
bat 1
gen
eastei
reliah
borne
Petnoi
tor tl
fensh
belief
line
ease
Bnkoi
Gen
noon
on
ward
'ightii
drive,
morta
SE
|0ne
NET
ieven
feur
rcrwd
trastoa:
f.
W
.i

xml | txt