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There's sure to be "a Merry Christmas"
wherever there is a Victrola
The beautiful music of this superb instru
ment will be a source of a great pleasure
will make Christmas a real Christmas
to every member of the family.
It will be a big help in making every day
in the year a brighter and happier day.
And all this can easily be vours. Stop in and see
and hear the Victrola, and find out about our easy
Victrolas $15 to $200. Victors $10 to $100.
Which Outfit Victrola and
Records Shall We Deliver
at Your Home?
Duncan-Schell's Outfit "A" $17.25.
This Includes Victrola, style No. 4. $15 and six selection* (three
10-inch double-faced records) of your own choosing. This Vic
trola is equipped -with the Exhibition Sound box and is capable
of playing any of the 5,000 different selections. Terms ?2.25 down
and $1.00 a week.
Duncan-Schell's Outfit "C" $44.50.
Victrola, style No. 8, oak finish, price $40.00. Equipped with all
the latest improvements. Includes also 12 pieces of your own se
lection (six double-faced 10-inch records of your own choosing.)
Terms, $4.50 cash and $5.00 a month.
Duncan-Schell's Outfit "E" $84.00.
This includes a beautiful Cabinet Victrola, style No. 10, mahog
any or oak, price $75 and 24 selections (12 double-faced. 10-inch
records of your own choosing.) Terms |10 cash and $6.50 a month.
Duncan-Schell's Outfit "G" $165.00.
Mahogany or oak cabinet Victrola, exceedingly large and mas
sive. New style. No. 14, price $160. Including a fine library of
40 selections, your awn choosing (twenty 10-inch double-faced rec
ords.) Terms $22.50 down and $10.00 a month.
Duncan-Schell's Outfit "B" $28.75.
This includes an excellent portable Victrola, style No. 6, oak fin
ish, with Exhibition Sound Box, price $25.00 and 10 selections,
(five 10-inch, fiJfible-faced records) of your own choosing. You may
pay for at the rate of $4.00 down and $1.00 per week.
Duncan-Schell's Outfit "D" $56.75.
Victrola, style No. 9, equipped with speed indicator and regula
tor and many improvements, mahogany or oak, price £50.00. This
includes 18 selections, (nine double-faced 10-inch records) of your
own choosing. Terms $7.50 caah and $5.00 a month.
Duncan-Schell's Outfit "F" $113.50.
Victrola, style No. 11, mahogany or oak finish, pricc $100, with
86 selections of your own choosing (eighteen 10-inch double-faced
75 cent records). Terms, $15.00 cash and $7.50 a month.
Duncan-Schell's Outfit "H" $218.00.
Victrola, style No. 16, mahogany or oak finish, $200 together
irlfh 48 popular and classical selections of your own choosing, a
splendid assortment (24 double-faced 10-lnch records). Terms $30
down and $12.50 a month.
DO YOU REALIZE
that winter is now on hand, and that keep
ing warm is a very important factor to you
and your family's health?
Be sure to remember that we are the sole
agents for the
Ronnd Oak Stove
Known the world over as the greatest heat
producers made. We carry a complete stock
and it is no trouble for us to show you why
the Round Oak will make the most heat
with the least fuel.
Be prepared for the extreme cold weather
which is bound to come. If your Gutter
ing, I Routing, Plumbing, Warm Air,
Steam or Hot Water Heating Plant needs
attention, we can supply you with com
petent mechanics to put same in good
Our prices are always right, consistent with
first class work.
Phone No. 220. 25 South Fifth St.
413, 415, 417,419 Johnson St.
This is a
Victrola XI, $100
SUDDEN DEATH OF
Keokuk Resident For Over
Years, Succumbed at His
Home at 12:05 This
HEMORRHAGE OF BBAIN
'Was Born in Piketon, Ohio, But Came
to Keokuk With Parents In
John Narrley, a resident of Keokuk
for sixty-four years and one of the
pioneer butchers of the city, died
suddenly at his home, 513 Concert
street, at 12:05 o'clock this morning
from hemorrhage of the brain. Mr.
Narrley retired last evening in ap
parent good ^health and with no com
plaint of illness and his sudden death
has come as' a shock to his family
Mr. Narrley was born in ^Piketon,
Ohio, on February
to Keokuk with his parents in the fall
of 1852 and had been a resident here
since, being well known throughout
the city. In the early days, he sup-,
I plied the many steamboats operating
on the Mississippi with meat, milk,
ice and other necessities when they
stopped at Keokuk.
merhalder. Mrs. Narrley passed
away on November S, 1911. Five
dren were bom to- the union, of which
I four survive, one dying in infancy,
The surviving children are Charles
Narrley, superintendent of the
Keokuk Canning company W. Ed
ward Narrley Agnes M. Narrley and
Dr. George R. Narrley, all of Keo
kuk. There are two grandchildren,
Mildred and Madeline Narrley, and
a brother and sister, W. B. and Miss
Mary NaVrley, also of Keokuk.
Mr. Narrley was a member of the
Odd Fellows fraternal society for
nearly a half century. The funeral
will be held from the home, 513 Con
cert street, on Sunday afternoon at
Bull Sold for $18,000.
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CHICAGO, Dec. 9.—Another high
cost of living item today was the
sale of Woodford Smith, prize Here-
Bt Peter's Catholic church. Hev. j.
W. Gillespie, pastor.—Masses, «:1R.
7:30,-9:00 sad 10:30 a. m.
St Mary's Catholic church. Rev.
George G. Glglinger, pastor.—Masses
8:00 and 10:00 a. m.
St Francis de Sales. Rev.
....... a mm
Dunnion, pastor.—Masses 8:00 a. m.
and 10:00 a. m. Sunday school at 3
Baptist church, F. B. McAllister,
minister. Morning subject, "The New
Preacher." Evening subject, "A Cure
for Spinlessmenangraftus, Go Hang
St Paul's Evangelical church. Elev
enth and Exchange. A. C. Ernst,
pastor.—Divine services, 10:30 a. m.
in German 7:30 p. m. in English.
Sunday school, 9:15. You are wel
The Swedish Evangelical Lutheran
Mission church, corner of Fourteenth
and Morgan streets. C. J. Algott,
pastor.—Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Morning services at 11. Evening
services at 7:30. All welcome.
WHY THAT LAME BACK
ad weather. I used Doans Kidney
o. Drug Store. They strengthened
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
THE irnrLY OATH OITF
SCROFULA AND ALL
There are, many things learned
from experience and observation that
the older generation should impress
upon* the younger. Among them is
the fact that scrofula and other
humors, which produce eczema, boils,
pimples and other eruptions, can be
most successfully treated with Hood's
This great -medicine is a peculiar
combination of remarkably effective
blood-purifying and health-giving
roots, barks and herbs, which are
gathered especially for it.
Hood's Sarsaparilla has stood the
test of forty years.
Get a bottle today—now—from
your nearest drug store. Always keep
it on hand..
ford bull, for $15,000 at the inter
national live stock show here. N.
J. Camden, of Versailles, Ky., bought
the champion bull.
opped at Keokuk. vintage, but they carried good busi-j
The descendant was married here]
ness labeia 8UCh
Swedish Methodist church. Twelfth
St Andrew's Mooar. Rev. John C.'John C. Sage, priest-in-charge. bun- Twelfth and Exchange streets. B.
Sage, priest-in-charge.—Sunday school' day school. 2:1a p. m._ Deaconess1, steffey, pastor. Sunday
2:30 p. m. Evening prayer and ser- Smith, superintendent. ®n*nJ_school at 9:30 a. m. C. E. prayer
mon, 3 p. m. All cordially invited.
vice, 6 p. m.
The* Holiness association of Keo
kuk will hold cottage prayer meet
ings the following week: Sunday,
The First Christian church. Tenth Dec. 10, at Mr. J. Ulick's, Hamilton,
and Blondeau streets. Rev. Wallace R- HI. Tuesday, Dec. 12, at Mra. J. T.
•3acon, pastor, T27 High street. Or-
"hestra 9*30 a. m. Church school 9:45 Friday, Dec. 15, at Mrs. E. A. Duna-'
a.m. Church servic- 10:45 a. m. Ser-jgan's, 509 street Keokuk, Iowa,
mon by Rev. Burgess of Canton. Mis
sourl Evening service at 7:30, ser-j pilgrim's Rest Baptist church. Rev.
mon, "Keokuk's Responsibility." j. -H. Helm, pastor.—Sunday school
'at 10 a. m. Bible school at 6 p. m.
to 4:30 every afternoon except Sun
Richard Schouten, baker, 1602 High
Second Presbyterian church, West
Keokuk, says: "My kidneys were Church school, 9:30 a. m. Rock
a 2 3 0 re a in 1 0 4 5 a
,ut of order and I had pains through 7,30 p. m. Morning stfbject:
he small of my back, especially in! "The New Commandment." Bven-
This is Title Given Frank Graham
Moorhead, Formerly of This City,
in Recent Sketch.
Prank Graham Moorhead of Des
Moines,*a former Keokuk man, Is
as Technical World,
to Anna So®*" world's Work, etc. There wasn't a!
real ladieg, masazine
mind Qne da
among them. b}»t'
know the difference be-
tween chaln and drop
stitch. I didn't'
looked inside a maga-
zJne &t fche of contenta.
MAS GIFTS, "wc
lion Acres of Hay, by Frank G. Moor-
head," I read. I may not have the
title just right, but it doesn't matter,
I tossed the magazine down at the
foot of the bed and took up another,:
and then another. In nine of those!
magazines Mr. Moorhead told "'*ow
Iowa Builds Her Bridges," or wrote
on Harvesting Gold," of a big wheat
crop, "Billy Sunday," "A Go-Hawk's,
Good Deed," etc. Now you are thins
ing that my kind old gentleman was
promoting somebody, but he wasn't
He didn't know Mr. Moorhead. He
was a minister. It only proves that
Mr. Moorhead is the most prolific
writer in the middle west.
—Subscribe for The Gate City.
Redeemer English Lutheran, corner
Twelfth and Timea streets.—Sunday
sofaool at 9:30. No morning serv
ices. Evening services at 7:30.
LOOK IN OUR
a place In the list of feature writ
ers by Mrs. Lewis Worthington Smith
In her sketch of Creative Artists in
Iowa, which was published in Sun
day's Des Moines, Register a couple
of weeks ago. Mrs. Smith says o£ Mr.
"Wliile taking the rest cure in a lo
cal hospital, I was visited regularly
by a dear old gentleman who came to
distribute reading matter. The maga
zines were not always of that year's
p. m. Epworth league at
St. Mary the Virgin (Episcopal).
High and Fourteenth streets. Rev.
Mr. Sage will officiate
First Congregational church.
Swedish Evangelical Lutheran
church. Rev. S. C. Franzen, pastor.—
Services, 10:30 a. m., 7:30 p. m. Sun
day school, 9:30 a. m. Senior class
subject: "Fervent Prayer. Jacob and
street Keokuk, Iowa
Morning and evening sermons at
111 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. prayer meet-
*°g Wednesday evening at 7:45. The
public cordially invited
That morning lameness—those
sharp pains when bending or lifting,
make work a burden and rest impos
sible. Don't be handicapped by a Jnd 9:4.5 a ju. Wednesday evening meet
look to your kidneys. You will ing at 7:45 Reading room open 2:30
-nake no mistake by following this
Keokuk resident's example.
pastor, J. C. Hughes.—
ing, "The Attitude of the Age To
'ills, procured from Englehardt &J Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
Gospel." Prayer meeting
iv back and put my kidneys In good beginning December 10, 1916: Preach
.. ing, 10:45 and 7:45. Class meeting,
irder. I have had no trouble since.
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't Alonzo Drain, superintendent Mid
,. week service: Wednesday, 8 p. m.,
imply ask for a kidney remedy get 'prayer meeting: Friday, 8 p. m., class
i»oan's Kidney Pills—the same that meeting. Sunday evening the choir
Mr. Schouten had. Foster Milbu.ni
Sunjay achool. 2:30 p. m.
We have a very complete line
of plain embroidery linens and
also table dapiask and napkins
at prices that are not unreason
There is no line of goods we
carry which is more deceptive
than furs. It pays to buy from
soma one who is reliable. We
guarantee all our furs regarding
both price and wear.'
Silk, Wool and Evening
Dresses are now going at
one-third off regular price
415 North Seventh
Trinity Methodist Episcopal church,
Tenth and Main streets. Rev. F.
C. Edwards, D. D., minister.—Public
worship, 10:46 a. m., "Power to Wit
ness 7:30, "The Strength of GiN
raiter." Sunday school, 9:30 a. u-.
Juniors, 2:30 p. m. League and Vol
leers, 6:30 p. m. Good music anJ
First Westminster Presbyterian
church. Seventh and Blondeau streets,
™_ ,« i. 'Kev. E. B. Newcomb, D. D., pastor.
First Church of Christ, Scientist,! J?duJ^r.ia2
Preserver of Man." Sunday school,
and Concert streets.—Sunday school orning sermon, "Concerning Bur
at 9:30 a. m. Services at 10:45 a. m. denB" evening, "Truth and the Indi
7 p. m.
announced the 24th of November for
the 26th of November. Dr. S. B.
m. and 7:30 p. m.
vlduai." Bible school 9:30 a. m.
Y. p. s. C. E. 6:30 p. m. Good music
and a cordial welcome.
First Methodist Protestant Church,
meeting at 5:30 p. m. Services for
worship, 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sermon subjects: "The Three Chris
cor-i tlan Imperatives," and "The Social
near Sixth and High, Rev. Frank G. ideals of Jesus." This church has
Beardsley, S. T. D„ pastor.—Sunday
school, 9:30 morning worship, 10:45,
"The True Ground of Rejoicing." Y.
P. S. C. E., 6:30. Evening worship,
7:30, "A Shepherd Boy and His
a welcome for all.
St. John's church (Episcopal).
Fourth and Concert streets. Rev.
John C. Sage, rector.—Second Sunday
in Advent. Holy communion 8 a. m.
Corporate communion all confirmed
the past five years. Sunday school,
9:45 a. m. Morning service, 11 a. m.
Mr. Sage continues his studies in the
character of Christ: "The Man Christ
Jesus—His Loyalty." Evening at
7:45, informal, bright, brief. Singing
of familiar hymns by the choir and
congregation. All cordially invited.
WANT TO SHOW
Electro-Chemical Products of Local
Plants to be Displayed
in New York.
Kookuk Electro chemical product
are wanted for the display of the
American Electro Chemical society,
at the American Association for Ad
vancement of Science.
A letter has been received here by
Frank Knight and turned over to the
other materials manufactured nere.
You can cure
that cold in a
The old family remedy—In tablet
form—aafe, sure, easy to take. No
opiates—no unpleasant after effects.
Cures colds in 24 hours—Grip in 3
diys. Money beck if foils. Get
the aeonfoe box with Red Tot
aad Kir. Hill's picture on It—25cent%
During the next two weeks you must do your'
so why not stkirt early tliis week and accomplish as much asf you possibly can befo
the final grand rush when clerkte are unable to give you as much •attention as vT
would like to receive, or should receive.
We are showing a very nice assortment of USEFUL and PRACTICAL
We have never before shown
better values in plain and em
broidered* ^handkerchiefs than
we are now offering. Buy early
for best selection.
HI' KNIT aoois
Sweaters, House Jackets, for
lacDes and children. Infants'
bootees, mitts, sacques, leggings
and sets, also an elegant line of
cape, scarfs and cap and scarf
sets at very reasonable prices.
Ladies, misses, children's and infants' coats are now being reduced in price which
is about one month before they are usually reduced—now is the time if you need them,
so take advantage of the bargains now while the selection is good. Every coat in the
store (excepting plushes) at a discount of 25%, or one-fourth off.
CLEAN LIVER AIT
DON'T STAY HEADACHY, SICK, OR
HAVE BAD BREATH AND
—-•^5, SOUR STOMAOM.
WAKE UP FEELING FINC1 BEST
LAXATIVE FOR MEN, WOMEtf
Enjoy life! Remove the liver and
bowel poison which is keeping your
head dizzy, your tongue coated,
breath offensive, and stomach sour.
dont you get a box of Cascarets from
the drug store and eat one or two to
night and enjoy the nicest, gentlest
liver and bowel cleansing you ever
experienced. You will wake up feel
ing fit and An6- Cascarets never
gripe or sicken like salts, pills and
calomel. They act so gently that you
hardly realize you have taken a ca
thartic. Mothers should give cross,
sick, bilious or feverish children a
whole Cascaret any time—they act
thoroughly and are harmless.
to Keokuk Electro chemical products BoH your water before using it. is: skin, so not water
and especially the ferro-silicon and!tjje recommendation of the local phosphate act on the Diooa
board of health, pursuant of lnstruc-. ternal organs.
tions from the state board of heatlh Ject to constipation,
(yesterday to this effect The United acid
ported that the water used here is complexion pallid. will
contaminated and until an official one week of
analysis is made of the samples sent
to Iowa City by the state chemist,
precaution is necessary, the local
Note in Stocking.
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NEW YORK, Dec. 9.—When Mrs
pair of silk
band's pocket, the crowd in the court her husband alone.
room looked only mildly interested,
but when she told the court she 1
K, Dec. 9.—When Mrs.
SATURDAY, DEC: 9,1^
Women and Children
And you will probably find some suggestions that will make
your selections, easier. $
We have just received another shipment of fancy ribbons for
Hair bows, bags and other fancy novelties. They are worth
35c, 40c and 50c yd. Choice .... ...
a a a of stvlei
and colors. Prices $i.49, $1.98, $2.98, $3.98 and $4.98.
The scarcity and extreme ad
vances in kid gloves makes it
very difficult to get them. We
ai*e now well prepared to care
for your wants in colors and
The values we are offering In
silk petticoats at J2.98, $398
are equal to last year
We can also supply cotton and
sateen petticoats at 98c that are
as good as you ever bought be
Drink Hot Water!
Have Rosy Cheeks
and a Peachy Skinl
Says we will both look and fnl
dean* sweet and fresh
and avoid Illness.
To see the tinge of healthy blcn
your face, to see your skin
clearer and'clearer, to wake up
out a headache, backache,
feel your best, day in and day
Just try inside-bathing every mo
ing for one week.
Before breakfast each day dnnij
glass of real hot water with a t«
spoonful of limestone phosphate inj
as a harmless means of washing W
the stomach, liver, kidneys
bowels the previous day's indii
ible' waste, soar bils and toxins:
cleansing, sweetening and punl?
the entire alimentary canal oeia
putting more food into the stosMfl
The action of hot water and ffl
stone phosphate on an empty stoin
is wonderfully invigorating. It cie
out all the soar fermentations,
and acidity and gives one a spien«
appetite for breakfast
A quarter pound of limestone
Local Board of Health Warns Citl- Phate will cost very
store, but is sufficient to demonsi™
as soap and hot
zens to be Careful While An
alysis Is Being Made. that Just
cleanses, sweatens and freshens
skin, so hot water and lime®"
whote a note to their owner, slipped Missouri politicians legis'
it into the toe of one stocking and prlscwi workshops out of jjJ
put the pair back where she had abolished the contract sys
found them, the crowd sat up and the authorities are wonae
took notice. to do with 3,000 idle men-
Then she said her husband. Patrol- safer at work than loafing.
them both looking and feeling
in every way.
man Wm. F. Kuntz, Jr
bravest of New "V ork's fin
as her letter carrier
said she had found a because she got an answer
stocklngB in her bus-
rival. He delivered jh^ b»" j.
ther woman." refusing to