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I Dress for Make Payments and Never Miss the Money SHEFFIELD PLATES Those who desire distinctive patterns In Sheffield Silver Plates will find an unusually large collection of artistic and practical pieces here. Many of these are rep rod uc w* .» tions of the Sheffield Plate found in the homes of England, reproductions that are so exactingly made that they retain all the beauty, splendid workmanship and linea of the original. 404 MAIN FIVE STORES the has no terrors for the man who wears OUR CLOTHES. RENAUD, ?^1 Pollard's Phone 1559 Occasion" He is always pre pared for dress or for service. .Best assortment of suits and over coats ever shown in Keokuk we now a re a your approval,: Ask Any Well Dressed Man 'it: Prices: 14 $12 to $35 Vj/ith the Fall Cele bration Over Join RENAUDS PROGRESSIVE PAYMENT CLUB Choose a Christmas Diamond, Watch, Silverware or any article In our stock now. HIGH GRADE FEED Phone tis 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 Pratta WW. SCHAEFER COAL GO. Phone 883. llll Main CREAM PUFFS n^ OH SO GOOD, and you cam get them nice and fresh every day at— Quality KEAD THE DAILY GATE CITY 10 CENTS PER WEEK. ble OPEN HOUSE WAS HELD LAST NIGHT Program Presented at Young Wom en's Christian Association, 3^. to Open Physical Depart- fj, ment Season. THE GYMNASIUM DRILLS Tonight. The Young Women's Christian as sociatton entertained its friends last evening' at an open bouse, the occa sion being the opening of the gym nasium season. There was a largo crowd present and the program was a pleasing one. In the first part there were vocal solos by Mrs. Henry Ethouten and (Mrs. D. A. G-lasscoff, readings by Miss Mildred Ray burn and Misa Marlam Westcott and a piano solo by Miss •Dorothy Norton. The second part of the evening was taken up with a gymnasium exhibi tion. This included a closed order drill, a swimming drill ID which the various strokes and divea were dem onstrated, a sword dance by Miss Maude Devero, and a firefly drill with Indian clubs lighted with joss sticks. This last was the feature of the even ing. The lights were turned off and the glow of the joss sticks made a very pleasing effect. The first gymnasium class will meet this evening. Music for the drills will be provided by Miss Coral Mead or. Miss Meador will play £or all classes with the exception of those on Saturday, at which time Miss. Flor ence Ailing will play. CITY NEWS. |g^ •—Moving. J. Opstelten. pnone R-64* —Masonic: Hardin lodge, special Wed., Oct. 11, 7 o'clock 2nd degree. —Marriage licenses were issued to Earl A. McKw, 21, and Ella I. Hat ton, 19, both of Keokuk Harry H. Rein, 21, and Florence E. Ward, 18, both of Keokuk Peter M. Chesser, 26, and Mary May Andrews, 17, both of Keokuk. —Regular meeting Loyal Order ot Koose, Keokuk lodge No. 704. tonight at 8 o'clock, in Moose halL Visiting brothers cordially Invited. Jobs O. Stadler, dictator. A. B. Moore, sec retary. —Regular meeting of Morning Star lodge No. 5, Knights of Pythias, at CaBtle hall, Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. All members requested to be present. Business of importance. J. M. Skinner, C. C. J. A. Burgess, K. of R. & S. —Regular meeting Colfax Rebekah lodge No. 4, tonight. Elizabeth Pemberton, N. G. Hanna Scfcaefer, 86cr6t&ry —That street fair at Fort Madison left a bad taste in the mouths of the citizens, the Gem City says. It says: That the performance of the whole week has left a bad taste 'in the piouths of the people is being evi denced right and left and little en couragement is being proffered to those few men, who surmounting hun dreds of obstacles, large and small, en deavored to the utmost to make this affair a success. Some of these peo ple have even devoted all of thenr time the past week to promote this movement intended for the city's bene fit. Commenting on some of the de tails of the bad taste it says: Begin ning with the refusal of the Kennedy Co. to pot up their stands on Front street, the indignation meetings of the merchants and store keepers who were unwilling to allow the show to erect their tents on Second street .and ob struct the fronts of their places, the closing of certain business houses for the week while the carnival was al lowed to operate on the streets, the failure of the people to patronize the talented production such as the Lib* eratti band which was brought here nnder Bakery heavy expenses, etc. One promt nent merchant asserts that his inten tions are to bring suit against the com mittee in charge of this particular af fair. NOTICE. I will not be responsible for contracted by Kathryn Rumbaugh, as she has left my home. 20 s.oth Fourth McGratfra Bros. St* F. A. RUMBAUGH. PERSONALS. 3 ___ Mrs. Lawrence 3. Schneider of Rock Island is visiting her brother John Oertel and relatives. WINDOW GLASS &0 ALL SIZES LOWEST PRICES PUTTY FREE Drug Co. 600 Main St THE DAILY GATE CITY AND CONSTTTOTION-DEMOCRAT tr\ ,r Firefly Dell I Was Fssture of This Part of th® Program—F1rat ,-vT •. Gym 6lasa Meeting C- ..Jj "v No. 12070 THIS $26.50 COAT $17 85 ^vIlluatrated A very late model as illustrated above—4ladk kersey, bigb grade lining—one of the newest styles .. RADIUM PAIR •IU.I/RDS AND BOWLING. TOR ff at r—Billiard t-M $17.85 One big lot of boys' pants in starlght and knicker style, values up to $1. Sale price Boys' oaps and hats—a big tot ot them, 50c and 65c grades—all' colors. Sale price, each One lot of- men's felt and cloth hats, some are worth $3 $3.50, none worth less than $2. Blacks and colors. Sale price Men's extra fine corduroy pants—3 or 4 shades (worth half again as much as we ask.) (2nd floor.) Sttle price tables, brand new carom and pocket, with complete outfit, $126 second hand tables at re xed price1-. Basy payments. Cigar store, drug, delicatessen and soda fountain fixtures. The Brunswick Balke-CoHender Co., Davenport, Iowa. C. Saaders. agent, 219 Harrison St PERSONALS. ?«asgra *fcC I 4 For boys sad men (women wear them too) Boys' ail wool heavy weave sweaters with high shawl collars. For ages 8 to 15, regular jrice $2.75. Sale price .. Men's all wool.good weight sweaters ~ln blue, brown, grey, etc. Have high shawl collars. Real $4.50 values. Sale price Men's Work Coats A lot of men's heavy blanket lined corduroy and duck coats in all sizes, 36 to 44, former marked f% OB prices $4£5 to 64.75. 8ALC PRICE fclOW 16 Real Bargaiiu 50 dozen good heavy leather work gloves Bros, sold trem for 50c. They would cost more than that wholesale now. Sale price One big lot of men's and boys' 50c caps shipped 'Peterson Bros, by mistake (have a foreign name in them.) (2nd floor) Sale price 100 dozen men's and-boys* winter and fall caps—plaids, corduroy, mixtures,. etc. 50c and 75c kind. Sale, price Big lot of wOol toques and stocking caps. 50c and 65c. Sale price Whether or not you work hardfor your dollars, it is your duty to save a* many of them as yon can, and right here Peterson Brothers' Going Out of Business Sale, being conducted by Jnstio© & Hoar, is where you, can save $4 or $5 out of every $10 yon had expected to spend for clothes this winter. Boys' Suits, Etc. Parents will do well to see these offerings. We offer 2 groups of boys' wool suits in various sizes—4 to 16 years these are good warm suite and worth |5 to $8.60. Only a few left in these groupes. MEN'S PANTS Add another year's wear to your suit by get ting an extra pair of pants $1.50 grade $ .98 92.00 grade 1.4S $3.00 grade 2.25 $3.50 grade 230 $4.00 rrade 2.7S $5.00 grade 3.76 $6.00 grade 4.09 (2nd fkmr.) $1.85 $3.25 Men's extra fine heavy all wool sweaters, shape neck—colors blue, brown and grey. Peterson's price $6.50. Sale price 39c $2.95 & $3.25 Two more groups ot boys' salts in knicker style, belted coats (some. 2 pair pants). Will fit boys age 4 to 16 years. Former selling prices $6 to| 17.50. Sale price :$3.25 & $3.95 •m $4.50 enough to pay your coal bill, by and mittens—"Peterson Bros. 25c 39c 39c 39c 39c and 95c $2.29 HUDFORD $3BO Converts the Ford into a One-Ton Truck We do excellent auto repairing under the direction of Mr. Clyde Hall. Tri-Stmto Qaragm Ninth and ohnson Streets gren is mechan: Oklahoma City pany. Frank A. Wahlgren of Oklahoma City, Okla., is in Keokuk spending his vacation with his parents Mr. aad Mrs. Fraak Wahlgren. Mr. Wahl-. Island, are visiting her mother Mrs. (Successors to Peterson Bros.) 602—604 MAIN ST. engineer with the .and Electric corn- Mrs. Wm. Jocklin and two daugh ters l.oretta and Gertrude of Rock mm Don't be misled by any erroneous statements that this stock does not contain thousands of dollars worth of new fall goods. When we bought it from the former owners, we took all their enormous fall orden and every dollar's worth of it goes into this sale. I READ THEN ACT AT ONCE! Men's Suits and Overcoats These prices will never be equaled'in years to come. You read and hear about high prices—that is all true. Some people say we are crazy foolish, don't know our business, etc., for naming suoh low prices on this fine stock, but we advertised real BARGAINS and we are "honest advertisers." We want your opinion! Come see these different groups of fine suits and overcoats for men and boys—(Alterations,when necessary, free of charge.) 3 $6.65 $9.50 $10.50 $14.95 $15.85 Men's flannel shirts in blU3s. greys and tan*—more wool in these than most $1.50 aid $1.75 shirts. Sale price .... Men's heavy "woolnap" bathrobes—a $6.00 kind. In all colors. Sale price Walter Weed Brick Mason Chimneys and walls attended to .before winter and save ex orbitant prices. Red 1090. Elizabeth JJchneider. Miss tlenevieve Boedfng of For^ Madison spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Henry Vanderhaar. TUESDAY, OCT. 10, 191ff Great Savings on Men's Underwear! A small lot of men's 60b underwear, fleece Uned shirts and drawers (204, floor) Sale pries uS9C MetiV wool process ribbed shirts and drawers1—atural grey color. rf* Sale prioe, each Men's heavy ribbed wool process union salts, oat fall and nicely finished, light grey color. 11.&0 a values. Sale-price DRESS SHIRTS People are tsonished at values ing—Inveotigate! 60c values.. ... 75c value* $1.00 varies 8.50 .00 values *. .... values MEN'S MACKINAWiS 1$ fine all wool maokinaws for men, grey, brown and red effects (sizes 66 to 44) former narked prices $10 and "$11.60. A AC «ALE PfllCE ^POaOO MEN'S HATS "•^It will pay you to buy 2 or 3 and lay them away. STETSONS AND OTHERsiS'l $3.00 grade, now $2.00 '$3.50 grade, now 2^5 "/i$4.00 grade, now 2.75 "94.50 grade, now 3J25 ^£*'$5.00 grade, now 3.75 Taken from the different parts of our store—there are ItOOO more here—Come look over them—Save supplying your needs here. Men's 50c Neckwear. Some 75c kinds Men's fancy colored vests—-white, tan, grey, green and black and white, ft regular price. Boys' outing flannel dress shirts with standing collar— QQ (srep) 60c kind. Sale price About 10 dozen boys' shirts in Iaundried and soft collar OA. styles—50c and 75c kind. Sale price M^wwC A group of men's pants In cottonade, part wool and ribbed cotton corduroy—va'ues to $2.25. Sale price Men's rubberized raincoats—tan only—sizes to 46. A $5.00 value. Sale price.. rs, at IP JSm9C we are offer- .... 39c 48c 60c a 69c $1.29 35c 3 for $1 $4.00 vvC $2.85 SHAWKN1T PAIR Transfer, Gsnsral Hauling and Storag* of marshal* dat, maohlwary, Mmltart, mus /wavy Our storage and larpe, clean and Tr •londeas A "S§... for The Oata Cttr.