Given by Alamo
Special Car at 12&0
Keokuk Electric Co.
Gift. We prescribe
and furnish these
fmtect tom raoPEim
IMK MTR HE
lowi State Insurance
Otdcat Company In Iowa
H„ R. COLLIS60*. A a*.
Hauling and Storage
CarefM hatfflng of merohe*
dlse, maohlnsry, furniture. im»
loaf Inatnaneote and fraavy
Our itono* md garsftw Is
largo, dean and aafa.
'Phone 18. 625 BJondeau
M. Y08NRER COMPANY M. YOSNKER COMPANY
Special Showing of
The Season's Newest Plaids in
Pretty Dress Fabrics
The weaves mack in demand—Priced
wonderfully low 50c to $1.75 per yard.
The ready-to-wear section is offering
Many Remarkable Values
this week in
Member Keokuk Retail Merchants' Aseoetation
We Refund Your Traveling Expenses
IL YOIRKER COMPANY M. YOINKEI COMPANY
•, ?n*gy §p
like styje' in their cloth
ing, hats and furnishings
WE KNOW our stocks
are complete with smart
attire at reasonable
Sizes 5 to 18, splendid assort
ment of fabrics in all colors
$3 to $8.50
$5 and $6
Blouses, Caps, Shirts, Neck
wear, Stockings, Gloves and
STOPS ANY COLD
IN A FEW
"PAPE'S COLJ COMPOUND" OPENS
CLOGGED NOSE AND HEAD
AND ENDS GRIPPE.
Relief comes instantly.
A dose taken every two hours until
three doses are taken will end grippe
misery and break up a severe cold
either in the head, cbest. body or
It promptly opens clogged-ap nos
trils and. air r*»£ag?s in the bead,
stops nasty discharge or nose' run
ning. relieves sick headache, dullness,
feverishness, sore throat, sneezing,
soreness and stiffness.
Don't stay stutfed-up! Quit blow
ing and snuffling! Ease your throb
bing head: Nothing else in the world
gives such prompt relief as "Pape's
Cold Compound." which costs only
25 cents at kny drug store. It acts
without assistance, tastes nice,
causes no incontr*iience. Be sure you
get the genuine.
Keokuk Students Expect to Give Both
Burlington and Keokuk Teams
riane ire being made to stage an
•xtensive parade before the BurlMg
ton high school-Keokuk high school
football game here next Saturday.
This will be the last home game on
the local's scb*dule. and the parade
is planned to give both teams a big
Automobiles decorated In the colors
of the different ciasses and in the
school colors will be in the parade
One was staged last week before the
game, tat It waa not as ex
tensive aa is ptezsed for the coming
Our store is
filled with the better kinds
but they cost you no more
t.hyn just ordinary kinds
will cost in any other store.
omy in Weils clothes—and
added pleasure in the satis
faction of choosing from a
stock that affords the great
est variety in Keokuk.
'f\sx twrs ourf/rrFPr
Best by Test
Police Asked to Keep Lookout for
Youths Who Disappeared
The local police department re
ceived a telegram from Creston,
Iowa, today that a lookout be
kept for Ernest l*nsberg, 14, and
Ray Black, 15, who disappeared from
their homes in Creston. The tele
"Spare no effort to locate two boy*
Ernest Lonsberg, 14 years old, med
ium complexion, brown eyes, thin
face, wearing dark blue serge knick
erftocker suit, pinchback style, and
bine green cap with little yellow in
k. Was wearing when he left a dark
gray balmacan overcoat. Slender,
medium height. Also Ray Black, 15
•years old. Could be taken for 20.
Slender, very tall, dark hair and
eyes, sallow, pointed noee. Wore
long' trousered suit and dark green
felt hat. Notify B. Lansberg or J.
O. Bran8, sheriff Union county,
OF HIS TALK
Father Salmone of Alexandria, Egypt,
Spoke Before Pupils
Father Salmone of LaCrosse, Wis,
spoke yesterday before the pupils of
I St. Vincent's and St. Peter's high
$3 to $10
school in St. Pet er"s hall. Bis sub
ject was on the Orient and his lecture
was an Illustrated one. Father Sal
mone is a native son of Alexandria,
Egypt, and his lecture on the condi
tion of the country surrounding tee
location of his nrtive land was based
1 on a thorough krcwledge of facts and
PREP CLASS TO
Monthly Jollification of Y. M. C.
Boys at Association Wednes
Members of the Prep class of the
Y. M. C. A. are to have a bean supper
tomorrow evening at the T. M. C. A.
at 6:15 o'clock. This is the first of!
the regular monthly jollification for!
that group of boys. This meeting will I
tifv the ~T
MAY 1 IL1ZJL
Millions of Tons of This
Prop-?-ty Near Ham
and colder will appear fre
quently in the weather man's
predictions—with an occa
sional snow storm. Better
provide against it by stock
ing uj your wardrobe with
Suits, underwear, sweaters,
mackinaws, gloves, warm
night robes and pajamas
and such things.
TWkT»T*w» —The Wabash is arranging a new
Af tft «T«rr nmn fnamKMil €ODt4uL
CITY "AND CONSTITUTION-DEMOCRAT 7
Apparatus Tested This Afternoon by
motor is on the
TO BS PUT .ON TRUCK
Outfit Can be Adjusted In Two Min
utes and Used for Thirty
Minute* on One
The Draeger oxygen helmet recent
ly rodered by the city, was received
yesterday and tested out this after
noon by the fire department. Fire
man George W. Dunlap wore the
apparatus during the demonstration
which was given in a shed on Blon
deau street between Firth and Sixth
Btreets, filled with sulpher fumes
The outfit, which can be carried In
a small case, will he permanently
placed on the fire truck for all future
emergencies. The lungmotor is"" due
to arrive within the next few days
and will also be placed on the truck.
The firemen will be given a dem
onstration in the use of the latter
apparatus by local physicians. With
these two additions to the city life
saving apparatus, the fire department
will be fitted up for almost any
The outfit received yesterday is
called the •Draeger self rescuer and
is manufactured by the Draeger Oxy
gen Apparatus company of Pitts
burgh. It includes a pair of goggles
with rubber rims to protect the eyes
and an oxygen breathing apparatus.
There Is a clamp that fits over the
nose, the' breathing being done
through the mouth. The operator
can regulate the supply of oxygen.
The apparatus can be adjusted in
two minutes and can be used fqr
thirty minutes at a time.
—St. John's guild bazaar, Dec. 6.
—Twin babies, a boy and a girl were
born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
—The brilliancy of a diamond Is
due entirely to the cutting. Odell has
—Buy your groceries at Higham'a
grocery and get a 4 per cent discount,
—A marriage license has been is
sued to Frank T. Rush, 22, and Esther
Jones, 19, of Keokuk.
—Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Cook are the
proud parents of a fine 9ft pound son,
born Monday morning.
—Corsets will advance extremely
sfter Jan. 1st. so buy now. Lowitz.
Also special party gown sale.
The lecture was filled with Interest
and information. He is a deep thinker
and an able speaker and made a very —Don't forget the Woodman dance
favorable impression on his audience. and card party Wednesday evening.
His lecture •was illustrated with November 12nd. Ague's orchestra.
one hundred and eighty-five pictures Admission 15c. Rights of admission
of the Dardanelles. Constantinople,
Egypt. Damascus. Armenia, with cos
tumes and religion of the Mohamme
dans, etc.. all of which were interest
ing. educational and entertaining.
Is ba"5ff and
W. W. G-wtnn cleric of the grand jury
in session at the district court house.
—Five weeks and then Christmas.
It is not too early to begin your holi
day shopping, but it will soon be too
—There are ten Keokuk students at
the biate university of Iowa at Iowa
City, according to figures compiled by
the university registrars.
—Effective today, price on port will
be 2ftc per cue. Drop In and hear
some good music on our new Orches
trion. Mission Billiard Hall.
—Regular meeting Loyal Order or
Koose, Keokuk lodg« No. 704. tonight
it 8 'o'clock. In Moose balL Vlsitinz
brothers cordially Invited. John v".
Stadler. dictator. A- E. Moore, sec
card for the operation of trains on
the Bluffs-Keokuk branch which is
expected improve the service. The
new card is to become effective De
—Rezular meeting of Morning Star
lodge No. 5, Knights of Pythias, at
Castle ban. Tuesday eveaing at 8:00
o'clock. All members requested to be
be of Interest to every prep member'.
as the stars, a mark of distinction. I
will be awarded those who served an/^orge Drallmeiw and
',heir drove through Keokuk.
The caps won ?n the Junior tennis:
tournament ^ill be awarded also. sav that the roads In that part
Wednesday noon if they expect to be
C. J. A.
Burgess, K. of R- A S.
-The following personal in the
of Charlie Held-
and Ft. Madison. Sunday,
the country are splendi*
office no» later than. —groceries at Higham's
get a 4 per cent discount,
—A Keokuk coqifle were married
in Quincy Saturday. The Journal
says: James F. Tanner and Miss dla
A MH nCDHCIT Purdy, both of Keokuk, were mar
by Justice of the Peace E. J.
Bonney at his office Saturday after-
Found on noon. Mrs. Bertie Boots, a sister of
•the bridegroom, attended them. They
[have gone to Keokuk to reside.
I —H. W Knight, promoter of the
a million tons of sand Jaet Keokuk-Jefferson City electric road,
waiting to be uttllred. opportunity for
a glass factory ln this community is' here and will return to the work
offered. The sand Is on the old Dar- the southern end of the line to
neU farm across the river, near Ham night. Mr. Knight expects to come
il« on. m_ and W. A. Rayburn who to Keokuk soon tor a more lengthy
knows about the sand, has a piece of stay. He is working near Oohuribia.
glass which was made from the soil at the present time. To be ex
without any cleansing or special,act. ths engineers are working Just
processes. The chunk
Keokuk today, He spent the
glass ts east sf Colombia- Mr. Knight is still
clear and of evidently good texture. enthusiastic over the prospects for
The rand deposit on this old ftnn, the rotd, spoke of tire cordial
is quite a Urge one. and efforts are!way he is being received in the
being made' to utilize it In the nam-! southern part at Missouri.
facture of glass. I —Judge W. 8. Hamilton win not go
The Darnell house is ^an historic'to Iowa City to hold court as he had
one. standing on the sits of the old expected. A message from Colonel
town ol MontebeBo. it is said. Stephen Howell states that be Is returning to
A. Douglas is said to have held court take up his own court work. The
here and Robert E. Lee was supposed Democrat says. Jtadge Hamilton sev
to have Hved te this hoase during, the |eral days ago received word
eC the d* which he rasas. —court that he
Free From Narcotics
An agreeable and efficient rem
edy for coughs,- hoarseness,
sore throat and bronchial
catarrh. ^Children cry for
it. Large bottles i....
500 Main St.
HOW TO BE SLIM
If you are too fat and want
to reduce your weight 15 or 20
po-ands. don't starve and weak
en your system, or think you
must always be laughed at on
account of your fat. but go to
Wilkinson A Co.. or any good
druggist, and get a box of Oil of
Korein capsules, take one after
each meal and One before retir
ing at night
Weigh yourself once a week
and note what a pleasant and
reliable method this ts for re
moving inperfluous fat from
any part of the body.
It costs little^ is absolutely
harmless and a week'a trial
should convince anyone that it
la unnecessary to be, burdened
with even a single pound of un
I be caHed to preside at the court at
Iowa City this and next week. In the
absence of Judge Howell, who ia col
onel of the Iowa cavalry at Browns
ville. In antlcipatlocfr of such a shift
jof benche*. Judge 4Umilton set the
petit Jury work here ahead to De
jcember aih. expecting to he relieved
at Iowa City by some other Jurist on
ithat date. A telegram received from
Judge Howell, however, the latter part
of hut week stated that he had been
relieved at camp and was returning
reaching lows Oty In thus to
Duncan-Schelli Furniture Co.
From the Cheapest That is Good to the Best That is Made
3 •"•Ju a tifBt 'i
Member Keokuk Retail Merchants' Asoetedoffc
We Refund Your Traveling Expenses X'
Only Five Weeks Until Christmas
No gift is more economical and still carries with it more intimate
personal Christmas spirit than your photograph.
Your friends can buy anything you. can give them except
No Friends disappointed, all equally favored, if you give
ANSCHUTZ STtJDIO makes the style and quality
your friends will appreciate, V'v
4th Street Between Main and Bkmdeiuii, KEOKUK IOWA
Where Quality and Workmanship Stand' Supreme
Is imparted to your whole flock by the wholesome
invigorating effects of
prgtts, Poultry Regulator
Its use makes more eggs, a greater per cent fertile,
bigger hatches, stronger chicks. Satisfaction Guaran
teed or Money Back. Refus^ substitutes insist on
Pratts. Increases your profits and saves you money.
Pkgs. 25c, 50c, $1.00 25 lb. pail $2.50.
Phone us your orders for Wood, Coal and 'Feed. Dry pine
wood delivered in any amount you, want. Become one of our
Win. Schaefer Coal Go.
1111 Main Phone 883
that comes from a safe investment is not measured
the size of the investment but by its SAFETY.
Iii our MORTGAGE SECURED BONDS yoo
will find the safety that brings contentment
You will assume no obligations by calling at our office
to tnllr over your investment problems. We are glad to
supply you with our literature on investments.
Keokuk Trust Co.
"The Place for Safe Investments."
Phone 257. Trust Building 611 Blonde&n St
CLEVELAND. Ohio. .iov. SI.—The
seismograph at 8t- Ignatius college
here regtstered~an earthquake begin
ning at 1:24 this morning and contin
uing until 1:11 Indications are that
it was on the Pacific coast.
BILLIARDS AND BOWLING.
FOR SALE—Billiard tables, brss*
new. carom and pocket, with oomplHjjj
outfit. $12S second hand tables
rednced prices. Fsay payment?. Clf^
store, drug, delicatessen, and
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