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'i DEC. 9,1919
r. Your neighbor wears
$5 or $10 on his Suit.
Order your Suit or Overcoat next week and we win have it ready
I Buy a Suit and Overcoat, both, for the price most tailors charge
Ljr Our line of woolens is complete. "Order now.
Price $15 Same Quality
Suit of Overcoat Made to Your Measure.
WHY PAY- MORE?
502 MAIN ST. KEOKUK IA. 119 PINE ST. FT. MADISON
Duncan-Schell Furn. Co.
Duncan-Schell Furniture Co.
From the Cheapest That is Good to the
jy Best That is Made.
Our December Propositions on Pianos are
L.W .. -K ...,
or $12 down
We' s^ll on time at cash prices and charge
interest on payment accounts.
FOR COAL THEFT
I Three Men Plead Guilty to Petit Lar
ceny Charge and Are Sent to
The plea that they were getting
I coal for a poor family in which the
I husband was out of work and the
I home cold, availed Charles Mitchell.
Harry Williams and John Tigue
I nothing when they were arrested last
night about 8:00 o'clock by Special
C. B. ft Q. Officer William Glasgow
I and Officer John Pearson, charged
'"Ith the theft of coal from a Rock
[Island car in the lower yards.
In tie superior coart this morning
the three pleaded guilty to the charge
°t iwtit buroeny"andT were fined $100 Miller here today.
each by Judge McNomara. They were
unable to pay this and were sent to
the county Jail for a stay of thirty
It seems that the three hitched up
a horfce and wagon and went to the
railroad yards and took from the
car, according to the Information,
three-fourths of a ton of coal, valued
There have been several minor
thefts of coal here in the last few
weeks and the city authorities and
the railroads are going to keep a
close watch that this is not repeated
in the future. Coal cars are toeing
Judge W. S. Hamilton of Fort Madl
son attended the funeral of Archer C.
Ask him if he
Pay Nothing Down
Added to Your
Attorney General Thinks That Citi
zens Here Mean Business and
That Change Is For
MUM AS TO OFFICIALS
Grand Jury Investigations Have Been
Continued In Many
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
DES MOINES, Iowa, Dec. 9.—"No
part of Iowa is now In secession,"
said Attorney General George Oos
son, on his return today from Keo
kuk. "Keokuk had a change of heart
and I wag^ never so hopeful of a
town's reformation. The business
men. held a meeting and passed res
olutions favoring strict enforcement
of all liquor laws.
"The grand Jury brought In forty
seven indictments and every person
pleaded guilty. The Jury has not
concluded Its session and may bring
In more indictments, possibly some
for .rjury in connection with tljese
Cosson did not care to say what
he would do abouit bringing oaster
proceedings against certain Keokuk,
officials. He made a thorough inves-i
tigation and has the matter under
Since bringing In the partial report
Wednesday, the grand Jury has been
ii* session here, and the attorney gen-'
eral has !been before the body con
ducting ihia investigation. He told
local newspaper men that he would
rather not discuss the matter of of
ficials until after the grand jury in
vestigation was finished.
Mrs. C. M. Owens will arrive home
this evening from a visit with her sis
ter in Chicago.
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800 Main Street^
Mrs. I* C. Worley of Peoria, is in
the city visiting with Mrs. Robert
G. R. Hombs has returned from a
business trip to Glenwood, Mow
ARE TO LEAVE
BORDER DEC. 18
Telegram to This Effect Received by
Mr. and Mrs. Hennemann
From Son In Texas.
The IOTO. infantry at Brownsville,
Texas,- of which Company of Keo
kuk is a part, will break camp on
the border on December 18, for Ies
Moines, according to a telegram re
ceived last night by Mr. and Mrs. I
Charles H. Hfennemann from their
son, Ghaies, yho is a member of the
If this provee to be true, it is the
first announcement of
which the Iowa soldiers will come
home. How long the troops will be
at Des Moines before they are must
ered out is not known.
New Officials of Eureka Lodge No. 7
Chosen at Meeting Thursday
The following officers were elected
at the meeting Thursday night of
Eureka camp No. 7, Royal Neighbors:
Oracle—Mary E. Hayden.
Vice Oracle—Lenora Welsh.
Past Oracle—Alma Dolan.
Inner Sentinel—Lizzie Sayller.
Outer Sentinel—Hat tie WrighiL
-TT-Subscrlbe for The Gate City.
WANTJSD—Everybody to try Bill
Henry's horseradish, 10c per pint*.
1020 Main street
WANTED—To hear from owner of
good farm for sale. State cash price
and description. D. P. Bush, Minne
WANTED—To loan .monev on furni
ture, pianos, live stock, etc., on easy
payments. Strictly private. Phone
963. Keokuk Loan Co. Over Miller's
WANTED Information regarding
good farm for sale. Northwestern
Business Agency, Minneapolis, Minn.
WANTED—At once, 10,000 duU
safety razefr blades to sharpen at
Woodbury'-, 1104 Main street.
WANTED—Salesmen or saleswomen
in Des Moines, Henry, Jefferson,
Wapello, Davis, Van Buren and Lee
qounties in Iowa and Hancock county,
Illinois, for a perfectly clean, legiti
mate proposition. Good commission.
Address Nap, care Gate City.
FOR RENT—No. 820 Carroll, five
room cottage, newly papered, low
rent. Enquire 818 Carroll.
FOR' RENT—Modern furnished rooms.
FOR RENT—No.* 902 North Twelfth,
six room cottage, city water and
electric light. John Tumelty.
FOR RENT—Main street building,
good location, reasonable rent. Ad
dress L. M., Gate City office.
FOR RBNT—Five room house in
good order, close in. Enquire 602
Concert or phone Red 723.
FOR RENT—Seven room house, gas,
bath, new st^arr plant, excellent
neighborhood, Slfi North Thirteenth.
Apply G. A. He 6tell, 201 Main.
FOR RENT—Three room furnished
housekeeping apartment, 1120 Con
cert. Phone Red 238.
F.OR RENT—Five room cottage. See
J. Van Steenwyk, 1508 Palean St.
FOR RENT—Beautifully furnished
apartment for housekeeping. 727
N. 9th St. Phone Black 1330.
FOR RENT—Five room house, 18th
and Concert. Apply J. W. Peterson.
FOR RENT—Modern house, 923
Tlmea street. Apply to Mrs. Geo.
Merriam, 916 Timea street.
FOR RENT—Storage room for house
hold goods, clean, dry and free from
vermin. Low Insurance rate. Col
lier Stationery Co.
FOR RENT—8 room house, 707
Franklin street, every modern con
venience. If taker before Dec. 15 one
month's rent free. Winter's coal in
basement. Apply to Mrs. Baker In
the Pond apartments.
FOR RENT OR SALE—Farm mile
west of Summitville. Enquire 816
Romeo and Juliet.
lpve story ever
told is the sub
ject of the new
William Fox mas
ter film produc
tion which stars
a a a
and Juliet," por
trayed by a cast
of ^well-known art
ists, with a set.
ting more sump
tuous and mag
nificent than anything yet done in
moving nictiiree. furnishes Miss Bara
I 1. ii! i» l'j «-'.
THE WANT COLUMN
FOR RENT—(Furnished house, mod
ern. Phone Black 1017.
FOR RENT—318 North Fourth street,
9 rooms, newly papered and paint
ed hot water heat, electricity and
gas. Win. McGowan, 913 Lelghton.
FOR RENT—Desirable front room,
furnace heat, running hot and cold
water in room. Bath on same floor.
Electric light. Phone Black 874. Call
FOR' RENT—House, 7 rooms and
bath, electric light, furnaoe, gas.
Call at 822 Franklin.
FOR RENT—Six room house, elec
tric lights, gas, bath and furnace.
Mrs. Thos. McManus.
FOR RENT—Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping, on car line.
Gas for cooking, electric lights, fur
nace heat. Telephone Red 17b2.
FOR RENT—rGood live room house,
city water, 1421 Bank. Enquire
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished strict'y
modern house, good location, rent
reasonable. Address J. X. Z., care
FOR RENT—Well heated, modern
furnished rooms for housekeeping.
All conveniences^ 214 Concert.
FOR RENT—Two large size dwell
ings in good order also 120 acres.
Enquire 727 Morgan.
FOR RENT—Farm near Mooar, 160
acres, 100 In cultivation, level land.
See Ed. Aldrich, Estes building, Keo
FOR SALE CHRAP—Six room ho'Vie,
all modern and in food conditio.!.
Twelfth and Co icert. Phone Black
1242 or enquire 1212 Concert.
FOR SALE)—1023 Tlmea St., 8 room
house, lot 50x140. Tel. Red 117.
FOR SALE—Modern 5 room house,
south Bide. W. H. Jacobs, 514 Main.
FOR SAL®—Rebuilt typewriters—Un
derwood, Monarch, Remington,
Smith, etc. Prices much less than
new—machines practically as good
as new. Will rent and allow rent to
purchase. Collier Stationery Co.
FOR SALE—Panatoriuip good busi
ness for two men. Town 9,000.
Bargain. F. Teller, Ft Madison, Ia.
FOR SALE—One fine used upright
piano, $143.00, one used Kimbal up
right, $107.00, one Whitney walnut
case, very slightly used, at $1S7.00.
Terms if desired Duncan-Schell
FOR SALE—A small safe. 514 Main
FOR SALE—'Hartz mountain birds,
fine singers and females. 60B South
Second, phone Red 602.
FOR SALE)—40 acres timber, mostly
white oak, 5 miles from city. Ad
dress'' Wood, care Gate City.
FOR SALE—7 room house, modern
the first opportunity she has had for
portraying fie young girl whose
heart overflows with joy and en
In the role of Romeo, Harry Hil
Uard is superbly cast. He plays ad
mirably the young lover who camot
brook separation from his wife, eron
"Romeo and Juliet" comes to the
Hippodrome theatre next Mon-ia/
afternoon and evening.
Two performances will be given in
the afternoon, one at 2 p. m. and the
other at 4:15, and three shows -_t
night, first at 7. second at 8:30 and
last at 9:45. Be sure to see it—Ad
Daniel F. Miller, of New York, Is
In Keokuk to attend the funeral ©T
Duncan-Schell Furn. Co,
From the Cheapest that is God to the Best
that is Made.
Large Stock of Bags, Suit Cases,
Trunks, nothing more desir
able for him or her.
We guarantee a
Cooking Gas Range
to save V2 your fuel
gas bill or no Sale.
except heat, 1124 Des Moines
street. J. O. Meister, Keokuk R. 2.
FOR SALE—Four hundred egg
Cyphers incubator. Almost new.
Inquire Albert Fiedler, Sandusky, la.
FOR SALE—LadieB' gold filled watch
almost hew guaranteed a bar«
gain. Address Watch, this office.
MEN—Our illustrated catalogue ex
plains how we teach the barber
trade quickly, mailed free. Moler
Barber College. St Louis, Mo.
TEXAS! Land of Opportunity! .High
priced farm products. 100,000 fer
tile acres. Low prices. Good terms.
Chicago-Texas Trust Co., 29 So. La
Salle, Chicago, 111.
AT ONCE—Ten ladles to travel, dem
onstrate and sell well established
line to our dealers. Previous experl
pnee not necessary. Good pay. Rail
road fare paid. Goodrich Drug Co.
Dept. 276, Omaha, Nebr.
AGENTS—200 per cent profit won
derful little article something
new sells like wildfire. Carry right
in your pocket. Write at once for
free sample. P. D. Conway, Sales
Mgr., 18 American Bldg., Cincinnati,
WOMEN WANTED—Pull time $15,
apare time 25c an hour, selling
guaranteed Wear Proof hosiery to
wearer. Experience unnecessary, en
ormous Christmas business. Interna
tional Stocking Mills, Norristown, Pa.
BUY OIL STOCK in 60 lplllion dollar
company. 100 per cent dividends in
90 days possible. Production now
coming In, ground floor stock, 1 cent
a share, doubles' price shortly, $L
par value, $10 buys 1,000 shares.
Write Amalgamated Oil Co., 1130
Colcord Bldg., Oklahoma City, Olcla.
24 HENS, inouibator, 196 grapevines,
158 fruit trees, 20 acres. Sacrifice
$385, near Lrondale, Missouri, $S
down, monthly $6.80. John Curran,
705 Olive, St. Ixwii^.
WOMEN WANTED—Full time $15,
spore time 26c an hour, selling
guaranteed Wear Proof hosiery to
wearer. Experience unnecessary, en
ormous Christinas businoss. Interna
tional Stocking Mills, Norristown, Pa.
WILL PAY reliable woman $25.00 to
distribute free (not to sell) 200
pkgs. Borax soap powder amo.Qg
friends. No money required. Ward
Company, 731 N. FYanklln St, Chi
SALESMAN—^Quality" line banksop
plies, calendars, cloth, wood and
leather specialties, signs and novel
ties attractive prices, good territory
liberal contract. Economy Advertis
ing Co., Iowa City, Iowa.
LOST—Last Sunday, Black rosary.
Return to Mrs. McGovera, 1218
LOST—Gentleman's right hand brown
glove. Leave at this office.
LOST—Collie dog. Merton G. Morris,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
FOR RENT—Nfcelv furnished front
roam, 520 Morgan, or phone 425.
Pursuant to directions from the
state board of 'health, all citizens are
instructed to boll water taken from
the city water supply if same fa to
be used for drinking purposes.
The state board of health has di
rected that this be drone as a precau-.
tionary measure until it shall be de
termined that the water Is safe for
Dated Keokuk, Iowa, December 9,
ED. S. LOFTON,
Mayor and Ex-officio President
of Board oX Health.