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Ilti "•t •I fk uiri UUl INCC Vln Exide Storage Batteries We Repair All Makes Phone 66 ABELL THEGIANT THAT I 419 UVESINA.B0xl Main bt. —SiWscrite for The Oate c:iy. Your New Hat You don't want to be con scious of the hat you're wearing'. If you know that it's right, that it's stylish, and that it becomes you, you won't be. Knowing1 that it's a Stetson helps a lot, too. See these at $5.00 and $6.00 We siill sell the best $3.00 hat in Keokuk. Others at $2.00, $2.50, $3.50 and $4.00. New spring caps, 50c, $1, $1.50 and $2.00. NCORPORATBD M£JVS&ffOrS OUTF/TTEPS^ BEST BY TEST The Home of Clothing Satisfaction Gray Kid Lace Boots Made with the new long vamps and Louis heels, are the big sellers for spring. Every girl needs a pair. Few care to pay $8.00 or $9.00 for them. Here is your chance to be well shod for $i|95 MILLER THE SHOEMAN 616 MAIN ST. KEOKUK CONFIDENCE means much in the purchase of such permanent merchan dise as Diamonds. HIGH QUALITY and MODERATE PRICES You Can Trust Us. /J J?NA UDy Dependable Jeweler HIGH TENSION CLUB TO DINE Local Organization Will Hold Its An nual Dinner at Hotel Iowa Next Week for Mem bers. The High Tension club, a club com posed of men In the employ of the Mis sissippi River Power Co.. and the Keo Uuli Blfctric Co.. will hold the annual ''••»ner Monday night at eight o'clock The dinner will be at the Hotel Iowa. The Hiph Tension club is well known in Keokuk for the high qualitv of its social affairs and this dinner n«xt week will not he an exception. Must Lower Rates. rnit»«l Press leased Wire Her wee I WASHINGTON. April 11.-The in terstate commerce commission todav tentatively ordered railroad? in the central freight association \0 lower rates from Chicago lo points in cen tral and eastern sections of the coun try so a« to 'onform with rates on lumber from St. Ix)ui"=. Cincinnati'and Marinette. Wis. SEE This Great Star in THE COLD DECK GRAND TONIGHT CITY NEWS. —Singer shop 504 Main Phone 229. —Unitarian spring sale Friday Apr. 12th 3 p.m. Supper 6 p. m. 35c. —Onion sets and feed at Schaefer'a, 1111 Main. Phone 883. —Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Kempfield, April 8, a daughter. —You will save money if you buy your shoes at Ludwlg's, 1004 Main. —Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. Stroh maier. Miller avenue, this morning, a son. —Fresh perch and carp dressed. 12*£c per lb. Keokuk Fish Co., foot of Main street. —Chief of Police Hennemann was in Fort Madison yesterday afternoon on official business. —Singer shop 504 Main. Phone 229. —Onion sets and feed at Schaefer'a, 1111 Main. Phone 883. —Mrs. Jacob Ludwig Is rapidly im proving in health and will soon be home from the hospital. —Puckechetuck lodge No. 43 meets every Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock. Wm. Van Steenwyk, N. G. George W. Immegart, permanent secretary. Work in third degree. —Try fcudwig's for your spring and summer shoes, black, white and tan. —Regular meeting Gate City chap ter No. 7, R. A. M.. Friday, April 12th, 8 p. m.. and M. M. degree. Visiting companions cordially invited, by order of the M. E. H. P., O. W. Young. F. C. Stockton, Secy. —Ella Walker wan arrested by tbe police yesterday on vagrancy charges. She has been up before on the same charges and will be arraigned in su perior court before Judge McNamara some time today. MILLINERY DEPT. 8ELLING OUT. Hundreds of new Easter hats go at cost, owing to business reason which will explain itself later, this must be done. Ixjwitz Millinery Dept. KEOKUK MEN ARE HONORED E. M. Majors and George C. Montague are Chosen State Officers of Royal Arcanum at Ot turrrwa Meeting. E. M. Majors of Keokuk, and George C. Montague of Keokuk, were elected to state offices at the meeting of the grand council of Royal Arcanum at Ottumwa this week. C. M. Vogler, who has been the orator would have been advanced to vice regent, had he been able to attend tbe session. Busi ness. however, kept him at home, and under the grand lodge rules, an ab sent member cannot lie elected. The following is from the Ottumwa Courier: Thirty members of the grand council of the Royal Arcanum society held their state meeting In Ottumwa today, with headquarters at the llalllngall hotel. Delegate* from every local council in Iowa make up the state grand coun cil. and a great many cities were rep resented in the meeting which com menced at 9 o'clock this morning. Two Ottumwa men were chosen members of the prand council, at the icn of officers today. W. C. Stew art boine given the pesition of guide, and .1 N. Skinner being chosen grand sentry. These officers will hold their WS.& The American's Creed "I believe in the United States of America as a government of the people, by the people, for the peo ple whose just powers are derived from the con sent of the governed a democracy in a republic a sovereign nation of many sovereign states a perfect uni'on, one and in seperable established up on those principles of free dom and equality, justice and humanity for which American patriots sacri ficed their lives and for tunes. "I therefore believe it is my duty to my country to love it, to support its constitution, to obey its laws, to respect its fteu? and defend it against all enemies." Thin creed was written by W. T. Page. It won the one thousand dollar prise offered by the city of Baltimore. HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOUR BONO? IOWA STATE IHSBRAHCE CO., (MSflAL) GET 4% DISCOUNT on your grooeries at HIGHAM'S GROCERY 1200 Johnaon 8t, Phone 103tJ Four per cert discount on all pic chases of $1.00 or over If you make your own delivery. Open all day Wednesday. places for two years, since It was de cided this morning to hold the meet ings only every two years in the future instead of annually as in the Past. Other officers elected were F. D. ECmpkle of Council Bluffs, grand re gent Charles E. Snyder of Sioux City, grand vice regent H. C. Asthal ter of Mufcafine, grand orator J. R. Price of Albia, paat grand regent H. A Snyder of Waterloo, grand aecre taVv- E. M. Majors of Keokuk, grand treasurer George Montane of KeokuK, grand chaDlaln H. E. \V inn nf 'dar BapSds. grand warden: .1. R. Price of Albia, representative to su i''r v* 5 -p-v- A Notable Offferin Women Ask More of Coats and Suits These /'^Days^The Lines We Carry Answer Every Qual ity Demand. Only yesterday some one asked us for an appropri ate "war time" suit. She had determined to make every dollar count in securing value beyond question. She de manded good style to begin with—a grade of material that would withstand hard wear could be depended upon to keep its style. Many women these days are look ing for suits and coats. Our lines meet every such de mand in detail. The question you have been asking about, what is smart in collars, sleeves, belts and skirts, what colors and materials will be correct for spring, are all answered in our authoritative display. Sullivan & Auwerda Women's $6 Shoes at $3.45 Women's $6 Shoes at $3.45 This lot includes all of the correct styles for spring, made of black kid, brown kid, gray kid, patent with white tops, champagne or gray kid, with cloth tops, to match or in two tone combination. All sizes. Louis or military heels. Removal Sale Price This lot includes all of the correct styles for spring, made of black kid, brown kid, gray kid, patent with white tops, champagne or gray kid, with cloth tops, to match or in two tone combination. All sizes. Louis or military heels. Removal Sale Price Women's $4 Shoes at $2.45 You will find shoes in this assortment in black kid, patent leather with cloth or kid tops, gun metal with cloth or kid tops, button and lace with Louis or military lieels, all sizes. Removal Sale Price Red Cedar Flakes A combination of some of the nest moth preventives known. The most reliable protection against moths. Convenient and cleanly 2i)c the package If you are troubled with Cockroaches OR Waterbugs Come to us and we will tell you how to get rid of the peats McGrath Bros. Drug Co. 500 MAIN lremp Ik"!,', council: O. E. Fairly of Dn Moines, alternate representative. mm, Huiskamp's Removal Sale Affording still greater savings on seasonable footwear of most dependable quality. Have you participated in t.hi« shoe economy sale? Thousands of people have. If you do not, yon may regret missing a rare opportunity. Bargains in Men's, Boy's and Children's Shoes John M. Huiskamp & Son 520 MAIN STREET Women's $4 Low Shoes at $2.45 This lot includes pumps, straps and oxfords, patent leathers, black kid leathers, gun metal and dujl kid, Louis or military heels. Women's $3 Low Shoes at $1.00 Women's $3 Low Shoes at $1.00 We still have about 50 pairs of wom en's good quality oxfords, pumps and low button in kid, patent leather and gun metal. Sizes 2V^» 3 AA 31/2 at We still have about 50 pairs of wom en's good quality oxfords, pumps and low button in kid, patent leather and gun metal. Sizes 2V^» 3 AA 31/2 at Dandelions or Blue Grass Which do you want? If you use one of our dandelion rakes on the yard you will have blue grass if you don't use one of them you will have dande lions and lots of them. ,• A little observation will show you lots of yards that are full of the little yellow flowers. The rakes sell for $1.00 and they are well worth more. Smith Hardware Company 812 Main St. Alabany Journal: Brforc thp park-i no need of meatless days lh*y niud ert can make us believe that there taishow us lower prices.