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$5.00 Per Pair
.KEOKUK CYCLE CO.
The New Fall Hats
and boys that are coming in every day.
Now is the time to have a furnace in
stalled. Don't wait until real cold
weather sets in, but consult us now. We
handle only the very best makes of fur
^a^ss, the Norfolk and the Giblirt, and
""if will save you money to have us install
Dunn & Matheney
'rltone 1031. 30 South Twelfth.
Waffles for Breakfast
Z^jSNothing Tastes so Good
Get a Gris
Keokuk Electric Co.
BOO Main St. Rhone TOO
We've opened many case* of the nevir Fall Hats. They're pretty
colors and shapes are different from those you've been wear-j^
ing. Some of them are shown in one of our windows—look nice?-*4
there, but would look better on your head. If you're a leader,
try one—the followers will be wearing 'em later.
•KEOKUK NATIONAL BANK
affords every facility for
doing your banking busi
ness that any bank can.
cr/sr^ y/ /s7
at the new Hats—look at the new Suits for men ,»
M£/VS& BOYS Ol/TF/rTEPS
The Best by Test
second hand tables at re-
price-. Easy payments. Cigar
itore, drug, delicatessen and soda
fooataM fixtures. The Brunswick
3aHce*Collen£er Co., Davenport, Iowa.
C. Sanders, agent. 219 Harrison St.
Advance Showing of New
We are pleased to announce the arrival of our complete lines of
Fine Woolens for Fall wear, representing handsome designs in
select and exclusive patterns in imported and domestic Fabrics
of the highest grade.
REAL WOOLENS, REAL TAILORING, DISTINCTION AND
INDIVIDUALITY IN CLOTHES STYLES
These are what you are looking for and these are what we offer
you. Obey that good impulse and select early—-it's best.
LOWITZ & SONS
The Real Tailoring House of Keokuk
BILLIARDS AND BOWLING.
FOR Jt—Billiard tables, brand
aasw. arocB and pocket, with complete
TALCUM POWDERS A 11
TOILET WATERS—A cooling
THEJRMOS BOTTLES—For the
TOILET AMMONIA AND SEA
SALT—For the bath.
REXALL NICE—For perspira
VIOLET DULCE CRYSTALS—
The best shampoo.
LIME JUICE—Cools the blood.
FOOT POWDERS and Corn
BATH POWDERS, Sponges,
Brushes and Soaps.
The Beat Soda Water and Ice
Cream in Town
Drug Co. 5th Main Sts.
Will handle the
goods from floor In
horase to house in
'William Sinton went to Monmouth
Saturday evening to visit over Sun
day with Mrs. Sinton who has been
in that city for several days.
THE DAILY GATE CITY AND CONSTITUTION-DEMOCRAT
UME UUK i!
N 1 7 S 7
NOTICE TO BIDDERS.
Sealed proposals will be received
by the City Clerk at his office in Keo
kuk, Iowa, until 6 p. m. on the 22nd
day of August. 1916, on hay and straw
per ton. com and oats per bushel, for
the fire and police departments. For
further particulars apply to Fred Hil
pert, Jr., Superintendent of Public
O. W. SA.NME7RG,
RISKED LIFE OF 5
SELF AND MI
Patsy Tallarico Drives Car Into
•. Ditch to Avoid Running Down
THREE ARE INJURED
Mrs. Tallarico Sustains Brake'nArms
Tony and Patsy Jr., Badly
Mr. Tallarico with Mrs. Tallarico,
and the five children, Jessie, Frances,
Tony, Joseph and Patsy, had been
enjoying the cool air in a combined
truck and pleasure car. In the front
seat were Mr. and Mrs. Tallarico and
At Second and Main streets, the
Tallarico's car became involved in a
traffic tangle. A car was coming up
the hill, another suddenly swung
around the corner from South Second
street, and while Mr. Tallarico was
trying to avoid a collision, a boy
stepped off the sidewalk almost di
rectly In front of the car. To avoid
striking him, he swerved the car
sharply to the right.
The car turned over on its side.
Mr. Tallarico shut off the power, as
he felt the car swing over, and leaped
to safety. Mrs. Tallarico, with her
baby. Patsy, in her arms, was pinned
under the side of the car. All the
children except Tonyi escaped over
the side of the car and were unharmed
except for scratches and bruises.
Both Arms Broken
Both of Mrs. Tallarico's arms were
I broken, and she was badly scratched
and bruised. Patsy, who was pinned
I under the car with her, was badly
bruised about the head, and sus
tained Internal Injuries. Tony was
I badly bruised about the head.
The car. a Ford, was only slightly
damaged. The fender was bent and
also the top braces. The enamel was
slightly scratched. The car was
"Security" Is one
of the slogans
when you are in
oar bands, quick
and perfect work
am others. And
the best of all
prices tor the work
are moderate, yet
the assurance of
satisfaction Is fore
most in mind.
righted by bystanders, and was taken
to a garage under its own power.
At the hospital late this afternoon,
it was said that Tony's condition, was
serious. His skull is fractured, and he
received several bruises. It will be
several days before it will be known
whether or not he can recover.
Only slight hooes are held ont for
tt)e recovery of Patsy. The baby re
ceived severe internal injuries. The
child's condition is improved, bow
Mrs. Tallarico is In considerable
pain, as a result of the fractures and
the bruises, but her recovery is deem
—Bluff Park dance every Tuesday
and Friday evenings.
-New -fall silk dresses, special
priced. "Lowitz." All week.
—The Gate City will take good care
of your job printing. Phone 35.
—St. Mary's social at W. Peter's,
Hilton road, Wednesday. Music.
—Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Foster,
a 9% lb. boy, Saturday, August 12.
—Dr. S. Flournoy is attending Na
tional Medical association in Kansas
City. He will return in about ten days.
—Duplicate auction score pads, 50c.
Something new. Obtainable only from
Gate City Co.. 18 North Sixth street.
—A marriage license was issued on
Saturday to Amos A. Jones, Swan
Creek, la., and "Rose Ray, Monmouth,
ni-—A marriage license was Issued
Saturday at Fort Madison to William
H. Neblett and Laura H. fickard of
—The Keokuk free fall celebration
will be held October 2-7. It will prove
to be the most entertaining fair offer
ed to Keokuk visitors for many years.
—The Moose lodge of Quincy opens
a carnival this week. Some of the
Keokuk members of the order are
expecting to visit the Quincy lodge
during the week.
—In Justice of the Peace Burrows'
court this morning Dan Harrington
and James Crowley pleaded guilty to
the charge of drunkenness and were
fined |5 and costs. Ed South pleaded
not guilty to the same charge. All
three pleaded not guilty to the charge
of disturbing the peace and their
trials were set for Tuesday afternoon
at 2:00 o'clock.
—Eighty-seven students— forty-eight
men and thirty-nine women—were
graduated from the Moody Bible In
stitute of Chicago at the close of its
summer term Thursday, August 10.
They represented twenty-three states
and thirteen foreign countries. At
the same time certificates of the
correspondence department were
granted to eighty-eight persons who
live in twenty-four different states
and- three foreign countries. Rev.
Herbert Booth, youngest son of the
founder of the Salvation Army, deliv
ered the address. The diplomas were
presented by H. P. CroweII, president
of the Institute.
KRAFT—The funeral of the late
George C. Kraft will be held from St.
Mary's Catholic church Wednesday
morning at 9:30.' Burial will be pri-
To avoid running down a boy who
stepped into the street. Patsy Tallari
co risked the lives of himself, hlB wife
and five children yesterday after
noon, by turning his car so sharply
that it turned over, seriously injur
ing Mrs. Tallarico and two of the
children. The accident occurred
about 4:00 o'clock at Second and Main
dtreets. The Injured were immediate
ly rushed to St. Joseph's hospital.
—New fall silk dresses, special
priced. "Lowitz." All week.
—Two days, August 25 and Septem
ber 1, will be devoted to automo
bile racing at the Iowa state fair the
year. The program is an attraiMve
one and good racing will be the order.
Three thousand dollars cash is an
nounced for the fifty-mile relay Tace
for professional race drivers. This
is the largest amount ever hung out
for a race over a half-mile dirt course.
Money talks and this three-thousand
dollar purse talks so convincingly
that a long string of the "speed
demons" have entered-in this event
and new records for the distance
upon a dirt track are sure to he hung
out if the 'day proves favorable^
Mr. and Mrs. Kellogg have left the
city for a few days.
G. R. Hombs has returned to Keo
kuk after a visit in Manltou, Colorado.
Mrs. D. H. Annable, who has been
very ill for several weeks, is still in
a serfcras condition.
C. J. Kirch and son Ralph, D. A.
Collier and John Cameron have re
turned from a northern fishing ^rip.
Mrs. G. W. Fanning and daughters,
Isabel and Elizabeth, have returned
from a visit with relatives at Canton,
Burial Service Over Ashes of Mrs.
Carrie McCrary Walker Was
Held Thursday. ..
St. Louis Times: The body of Mrs.
Carrie McCrary Walker, wife of
Thomas J. Walker of Dallas, Texas,
a sister-in-law of Mrs. Maggie H.
Hagerman, 4401 McPherson avenue,
and an aunt of Circuit Clerk James
Hagerman, Jr., will be cremated at
the Missouri crematory, following
services in th'e chapel there at 2:00
Mrs. Walker died In Dallas, Tues
day. She was the eldest daughter of
the late Judge George W. McCrary of
Keokuk, Iowa, secretary of war in
President Hayes' cabinet. Judge Mc
Crary died in 1889, while he was
general counsel for the Santa Fe
Mrs. Walker has written interest
ing stories of official Washington
while President Hayes was in the
white house. She is survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Compton Cleveland
Long, of St. Louis and Dallas, and
the following brothers and sisters:
Frank and George H. McCrary and
Mrs. W. C. Boteler of St. Joseph, Mo.,
nn«i Mrs. Henry L. McCune of Kan
LEAD IN IOWA
Will Instruct in Many Courses In
State High Schqpls—Range
AMIES, Iowa, Aug. 14.—Ninety-one
gradual of Iowa state college of the
class of 191G have accepted posi
tions to teach in high schools for
the year and seventy-nine of
them will teach in' Iowa, according to
the preliminary report of the faculty
appointment committee of Iowa
state college }nst made public. Fifty
three of this number are women and
thirty-eight are men. Just four wom
en and eight men will leave the state
seven going to Minnesota, two to
Nebraska, two to Oklahoma and one
These teachers received degrees
in agriculture, home economics, agri
cultural education and industrial
science. Moat of Cbem will teach
acrtanltorci sewing, cookinc. and
Makes it easy to get
A Diamond Watch,
Chest of Silver or
Any Other Article
and never miss the money. That's
the idea back of RENAUD'S EASY
No Red Tape!
Let Us Explain
Lowest Spot Cash Price, But the
There'a Hotting Better
For This Oool Weather
It's a condensed soTt]—and
is easily served. .. ..
Jujst add one can of boiling
water to the contents of the
can, heat to bqijing point
The. Quality Grocer.
Phone 43 706 Main
manual training, (bough some will
handle such branches as English,
German, history, chemistry, physics
Salaries for these positions ranged
from $600 to $1,400^-with the aver
age about $70 a JtnoTlth. for women and
1100 a month for men. The total of
all the salaries represents approx
Heavy Hitting and Many Runs Feature
Hot Game In Commercial League
The Keokuk ETectries defeated the
T. M. C. A. team in an interesting
Commercial league "gtfme at the "Y"
field Saturday afternoon. The final
score „was 11 to 6.
The score by Innings follows:
Club— R. H. B.
Electrics 012 003 6—11 8 4
Y. M. C. A 200 300 0— 6 6 12
Batteries—Metzinger and Good
Murray and Strohmaier.
Fugitive Is Caught.
YORKVILLB, IlL, Aug. 14.—Guy
O'Brien, sought by a posse for nearly
a week on a charge of shooting his
former sweetheart Ida Torkelson, wag
caught near Lee. 111., as he waa hurra
ing toward Yorkville to give himself
up. O'Brien has been wandering
about the country since the shooting,
he said. He came here from lolra.
O'Brien refused to explain the shoot
Ing when Questioned today by Sheriff
Kormandin, of Central county.
There are more geysers in Yellow
stone park than anywhere else la the
MONDAY, ATJGTTST 14, i^
One of the larvast -Whole—l» D9 Oooda, Notlos,
TMimar and JBoetaty Hflaseaitatira tMddle West.
en ofJadten HwfONH Mtfrts, Work
•ole Agent tar "lwn
'*f Hamilton, 111.
Why not plan a few
days outing on the
THEE |AY TRIP TO BAYER-
PORT ARB RETIRR
Mr. Helen Blair leaves every
Sunday gt 3:30 p. m. Returns
Wed. at 7:30 m., and leaves
every Friday morning, return,
ing Sunday neon.' S hours In
the Trl-Cltlea. $7 R. T., in
eluding meala and berth. No
Boat every Wed., Thu., Frl.,
for Quincy^—Leaves 6:30 a. m.
'Boat every Tus., Thu., Frl., Sat
for Burlington at 6:30 a. m.
Board boat night before after
p. m. I
Special rates to parties.
To arrange trips, oell
J. B. HUTCHINSON, Agt.
WRITE COLLAR LIRE
Mr. Working Man! I
We know what you need.
We carry the famous I
JI Smith Wallace all solid
I leather shoes. Why pay
I mere forpaper shoes when
you f-An get solid leather
shoes for less moneyf
I We have them for $2.00,
$226, *2.50 and $3.00.
814 Main Keokuk* la.
—Advertise Tlie Gate City aa«