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TRADE MARK
INDIAN
Now is the Time
buy your work shoes for
fall and winter All solid
leather shoes, that's what
you working men are look
ing for. Every pair guar
anteed by us to give the
longest and hardest of
wear.
"We carry the famous
Smith Wallace all leather
work shoes.
Prices gLSO, H.efl and $1.50
LOUIE'S
I SHOE REPAIR SHOP
I 814 Main St.
1 J-. Keokuk, Iowa.
—1Subscribe for The Gate City.
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FURNACETIME
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Don wait any longer. Don put it off
another day. Make up your mind now
and have a Norfolk or Giblin Furnace in
stalled while there is yet time before real
cold weather sets in. •-•'x
If you could only realize the comfort,
the convenience, and the saving to you,
you would not hesitate, for you will never
regret it, but will wonde^ you jes$r
got along without one.
DUNN &
:AR
AS REAL MEN DO AND
Proper Style ii Clothes is artistic expression. You can'
it by using inferior Tailoring or cheap Woolens.
30 South Twelfth Street
^'The man «fgood Clothes udgmens knows there is a big differ
ence in Clothes and Tailoring. He knows there is as much differ
ence between the garments made by this house and others, as a
painting by a master is different from the daub of an amateur.
LOWITZ & SONS' REAL CLOTHES REPRESENT TRUE
ECONOMY, not only because the Fabrics are of the best, but
jbecause the Tailoring is so correct, so individual that they keep
their Style and ca*~ be worn long after ordinary Clothes are
hopelessly out of date.
If you have never worn "Real Clothes" before, try it this
'season and see how far superior they are to any others.
DON'T WAIT TILL THE SEASON IS HALF GONE
COME IN TODAY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS.
LOWITZ & SONS
THE REAL TAILORS OF KEOKUK.
E S A I S E 1 8 3 6
One of the Unrest Wholesale Dry Qoods, Notlos.
Underwear and Hosiery Houses In the Middle'West.
Manufacturer#!* of Indian Head Dreaa Shirta, Work
Shirts, Oreralla. etc.
Sole Agent for "Tom Boy" Hosiery.
New York Prices Duplicated.
PACTORIE8
Irwin-Phillips Co.,
KEOKUK NATIONAL BANK
affords every facility for
doing your banking busi
ness that any bank can.
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Keokuk, la.
Hamilton, IU.
EXPERT MEN
'will handle the
goods from floor In
boose to house is
our
LAR8E CARS
Security"
of 19M
when yoa are In
oar hands, quick
and perfect work
are other*.
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And
the best of all
prices Cor the woik
are moderate, yet
the assurance of
satisfaction is fore
most In mind.
JasXimeron'sSoBs
98 17 S. 7th
Miss Opal Antrobos is visiting her
unci* T. H. Antrobos.
Your Guttering
iwg Should Be Attended To
Have you given these your careful at
tention? Do you know if they are in good
condition?
You realize that they are important
and that a leaky roof caused by poor gut
tering or spouting is very costly, but you
put it off until it is too late, i!
Just call us up and we will give these
the very best attention and will make sure
that they are in good condition for the
winter's wear,
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MATHENEY*,
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WINDOW
GLASS
ALL SIZES
LOWEST PRICES
PUTTY FREE
McGrath Bros.
Drug Co.
600 Main St. v- ...•
Transfer, General
Hauling and Storage
Careful hauling of merohan
dlse, Wiaohlnery, furnltera. «H»
icai Instruments and Aeawy
tfuak work.
Our etorag* and wareliwee la
large, clean and safe.
Sntoa't Storafi aa4 Traatlcr
Phone 1*. 025 Blendaau
Walter Weed
Briok Mason
Chimneys and walls attended
to before winter and save ex
orbitant prices. Red 1096.
HUDFORO $360
Converts the Ford into a One-Ton
Truck
We do excellent auto repairing under
the direction of Mr. Clyde Hall.
Trf-State Garmge
Ninth and Johnson Streets
BILL!.'IDS AND BOWLING.
*OH SALE—Billiard tables, brand
new, carom and pocket, with oomplete
outfit, 9125 second hand tables at re
.ced pricc- Easy payments. Cigar
etore, drug, delicatessen and soda
fountain futures. The Brnnewiek
Halke-CV.'.lender Co.. Davenport. Iowa.
C. Sanders, scent. tU Harrison St. resular service on Sunday.
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THE DAILY GATE CITY AND CONSTITUTION-DEMOCRAT
Keokuk, Iowa
BENEFIT SHOW &
FOR HURT ARAB
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Performance Will Be Given Wednes
day Afternoon and Evening
at the Qrand Opera
„OUM.
It was felt by some of the local peo
ple that in appreciation of the won
derful work done by the Arabs here
last week in the big tent show, the
least that could be done was to ar
range for a benefit show. R- R- Ral
ston conferred with Manager Dodge
of the Qrand this morning, and the
Grand will derote Wednesday to tlje
benefit for the Arab.
Performances will be given at 2:15
lo'clock and 4 o'clock in the afternoon
and 7:15 oSclock and 9:00 o'clock In
the evening. The picture which will
be shown will be Vivian Martin in
"The Strongest Love." Joseph
Wycoff, the baritone singer, will give
several numbers, and it is possible
the Morroccan who is left here with
the injured man, may appear.
At any event It will be the least
that a generous hearted Keokuk can
do, to show their appreciation of the
splendid work of the Arohs last week,
to attend the big benefit and to make
the purse a big one. The Morroccans
have no war chest to draw from, and
any illness of this sort hits them
rather hard.
Can Leave Contributions.
A chance tq give immediately to
ward the fund for the injured man Is
given those who wish to leave con
tributions at the Industrial associa
tion office. A subscription paper
which was started this morning, net
ted a neat little sum in an hour's
time.
If yon enjoyed the Arabs, and of
course you did, send In a dime or
quarter or half or dollar or five beans.
Just aa a token of appreciation.
2C0 SAMPLE SUITS A NO COATS
On special sale, one-third below
present values. See Iiowits. (Also new
dresses).
NOTICE.
I will not he responsible for debts
contracted for by anybody other than
myself.
E3MIL.T COLLINS WILSON.
CITY NEWS.
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SUBSCRIPTION LIST OPEN
This
Thoeo Who Want to Help In
Can Leave Their Money at the
Induatrial Aeeoelatlon
Office.
A benefit performance for the In
jured Morroccan will be given Wed
nesday at the Grand opera house.
Through the courtesy of Manager €.
H. Dodge, the net receipts of the
house will go to the Morroccan and
his countryman who is staying at his
•bedsMe. The Arabs went back to
Chicago, leaving one of their number
here to help take care of the Injured
man.
Co.
—Pine wood. Wm. Schaefer Coal
—A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. El C. Rennard, 1801 Tlmea street.
Sunday.
—Rerports from Fort MMlaon and
Nanvoo indicate that it was possible
to see Rath Law's flights, especially
the night ones, from these two points.
She went to sufficient altitude to
make this possible.
—(Rerv. James H. Helm,- pastor oC
the Pilgrim's Rest Baptist church,
left the city this morning for a two
weeks stay at Bemls, Mo„ where he
will conduct a revival tor the Second
Baptist oharoh of that city of which
Rev. Dr. D. L. Howard is the pastor.
Or. Helm was engaged by this church
to conduct a series of meetings for
them In August, when the association
met at HuntsviUe. Rev. Mr. Helm
trill return to Keokuk about October
tt. Daring his absence services will
be held tm usual, prayer meetfckg Wed
nesday evening at 8 p. m. and tbe
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FULL CELEBRATION
WHS BIG SUCCESS
Committee In Charge df This Event
Did Especially Fine Work In Pro
Entertanment
Last Week..
EVERYONE IS SATISFIED
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Individually and
£9
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Collectively Th
Who Were In Charge De
serve Lota of
Credit.
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The best fall celebration ever given
In Keokuk has passed into history
leaving a good taste In the months of
everyon® connected vfith the affair.
Every one of the performers has a soft
spot In his heart for Keokuk and Keo
kuk audiences, and they all want to
come back next year. The merchants
did a good amount of business with
the many visitors in the city. The gen
eral comment on the part of the vis
itors was most favorable, and they all
seemed delighted with the class of en
tertainment put up by tbe fall festival
committee and by the local merchants.
The celebration Justified In every way
the claims made for It. that It would be
the only celebration given in south
eastern Iowa this season.
The fall festival committee was com
posed of B. F. Renaud. general chair
man Jacob Schouten, financial chair
man J. W. Winger, decorations, chair
man George Baur, J. P. Ingle, J. M.
**ulton and M. EX Justice, president of
the Retailer's league.
All of the niembers of the committee
spent considerable time and care on
the celebration, and It would be hard
to thank each one Individually for the
time spent. Messrs, Baur, Schouten,
Winger and Fulton spent a lot of their
time in the management of the big
tent show. President Justice, Chair
man Renaud and J. P. Ingle looked af
ter general details, and assisted when
ever It waa possible.
Credit for the bride's car must be
given to the Royal Neighbors, and to
Will Jacobs, who drove the car. The
Royal Neighbors very kindly donated
their car which took first prise and it
was in this car that the bride was
taken from her home to the platform.
Overland cars conveyed the rest of
the party.
Thanks are also extended the U.
C. T. members who helped to make
that day a success and to Chairman
Balbach and his committee which made
the parade such a big success.
Want Bills at once.
The committee asks that all people
having bills against the celebration
committee to please present same at
ice. They have the money and wish
to get everything settled as soon as
possible. Bills should be sent to Sec
retary Fulton.
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STRAWBERRIES
IN OCTOBER
J. C. VanAusdall Ma® FrUlt and
Blooms on His Planta This
Late~ In Season.
Strawberries in October is a very
unusual sight. J. C. VanAusdall who
lives in Jackson township, brought to
The Gate City office this morning
some berries, a blossom and one of
the plants. The berries are excellent
tasting ones. Mr. VanAusdall ex
pects to have enough for a short
cake next Sunday, in case there is
no freeze in the meantime.
(After the, berries are all picked In
the early summer, the plants are
mowed. Then they are plowed and
harrowed. This operation is repeat
ed many times before cold weather.
At tbe present time the plants on
Mr. VanAusdall'a patch are in bloom
have many green berries, wWch
will ripen«under proper conditions.
In the plowing, some of the runners
are cut off, and ttoese form other
plants at various intervals along the
runner where it touches the ground.
These plants are pushed back -into
the rows when the harrow Is used.
As soon as a freeze comes the ber
ries are mulched and protected for
the winter, and are ready for cultiva
tion then In the early spring.
200 SAMPLE SUITS AMD COATS
On special sale, one-third below
present values. See Lowit*. (Also new
dresses).
CITY NEWS.
—Pine wood. Wm. Schaefer Ooal Co.
—.Rev. Frank G. Beardsley of the
Congregational church will preach
Tuesday at 8 o'clock at the union mis
sion, 13 South Third street."
Mr. and Mrs. J. Albert Kiedalsch
and children and Miss Hannah King
left yesterday morning on an auto
mobile trip through the Ozark moun
tains to visit Mrs. Kledaiack*s parents
at Pool** BlutL
a
ing the home.
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Thanks From Committee. ~M
The committee extends Its thanks
to R. R. Ralston who had charge of the
concessions up to the week of the cele
bration, and then took complete charge
of the shows and the bands outsid# tbe
tent. Mr. Ralston worked conscien
tiously on this feature, and the fact
that the performance? were pulled oK
to the minute was due to Mr. Relston.
Fred H. Overton took charge of con
cessions during the week, and his ef
forts are appreciated by the commit
tee. He saw to. the collections each
evening, and all such detail. Besides
thtt, Mr. Overton had charge of, the
wedding Saturday. It. was a success
la every way, and worked out entirely
through Mr. Overton. Too much credit
cannot be given him.
W
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certainly |§^V
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.Make Payment*
and Never
Miss the Money
WM.
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Phone 43
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AT, COT. 9, 1918
Place This Sunshine in
Your Home
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Tallow candles
time the only satisf?
But eventually tallow candles
were succeeded by !Electric carbon lamps. "Mar
velous change—-brillant light," said the people,
and it was for those days. Bnt^
This Is the Day of the
Brilliant Mazda Lamp
Both tallow candles and carbon
4 lamps were once the best means of lighting. To
day, however, Mazda lighting is best beoanse it
provides still better and., cheaper illumination
than do carbon lamps. Mazda lamps mean pure,
white light, easy to read or work by. They are
sturdy and long-lived. They triple the light at
the old carbon lamp cost.
4$*^- -.Oft' -V«
OUR BREAD
LOOKS SO
GOOD
youH hate to put In the bread
box without tasting It Y*w.
cannot be blamed because the
rich golden brown crust, the
snow white iniddle
are nice to lqok at And you'll
not be disappointed in the eat
ing. Our bread tastes even bet
ter than it looks.
at one
of light-
were
& ini,
u-f
You should place a Mazda globe in every light
socket of your home.'
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Keokuk Electric Co.
810 Main
With the Fall Cele
bration Over Join|'
RENAUD'S
PROGRESSIVE
PAYMENT CLUB
Choose a Chrlstmaiif Diamond,
Watch, Silverware or any article
in our stock now.
RENAUD, ?^KBLE
HIGH GRADE FEED
Phone us your orders for corn, hay, oats, chicken
feed, etc., quality considered. Our prices are right.
We are agents for Pratt's Stock and Poutlry Regu
lator. Keep your stock in condition by feeding "Pratts."
SCHAEFER COAL CO.
Phone 883. 1111 Main
For the Cool Moving Breakfast
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FERNDELL
Sclfrising Pancake Flour
Selfrising BuclcwheatFiour
Maple Syvap
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Sliced Bacon
Ferndell Coffee
T^E QUALITY GROCER. 70S Main
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