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il 'o 3 an A lake $ Ran irds up ousto 4* tide oraj ittei tionc bring SATURDAY, APRIL 27, }91& tfcS jW*i tiC- "•jrr i-y e. h. re he !S fo ^, In the Third Liberty Loan Campaign They Rank About Expected by •a- Virtue of property Ip, E I E a TO BE RAISED Another Week In Wfclch to Put Star on Honor Flag ef Keokuk and Meet Standard of Iowa Citlea. The third Liberty loan campaign In Keokuk, which lasts until May 4, will be devoted to picking up odds and ends, but fragments of great Import ance. City Chairman J. O. Boyd has outlined it to the awrd chairmen. There la $25,600 more to be sub scribed In Keokuk to meet this city's share of twice the quota, which Is the Iowa standard and that of the other citlea. It la expected to obtain this by additional subscriptions from large corporations, a few corporations not yet subscribers, and a number of per sons for lesser amounts who have not been able to determlen yet Just what they can do. Obtaining the above amount will give Keokuk a star on Its hgJJWr nag. Amounts to Date by Wards. The Keokuk city subscriptions to date by wards Is as follows: First ward $171,100 Third ward $132,700 Second ward $ 58,100 Seventh ward $ 30,700 Fifth ward $ 30,700 Sixth ward $ 29,250 Fourth ward $ 17,700 j. Non-residents $ 10.000 The non-residenta listed are those owning property here who subscribed through Keokuk banks. Jackson township, outside had a high quota due to large property hold ings by nonresidents in the assess ment liata which placed a heavy bur den upon the residents for the liber ty loan. Chairman Dunlap suggests to his workers in Keokuk that they help the outalde township In every way possible. The Baokward Olive. New York World: This is the sea son of opening buds and slowly greening trees but so far as report ed. the olive branch is not observing a 5 BIG DAYS— MAY SEE Trained Wlid AiiiriaI SHow and Circus bined. MOTORDROME DOG AND MONKEY HOTEL THE NUT SHOW JOAN OF ARC THE WHIP MERRY-GO-ROUND FERRIS WHEEL KEOKUK WARD KEOKUK YOUTH III SOUTH SEAS Leroy L. Akerson, Born and Reared Here and Graduate of Keokuk High School, on Opposite 8lde of Globe. WANTS QUESTIONNAIRE Writes Exemption Board as Soon aa He Heara About Draft Law, But It Take* Months to Qet Mail Through. "I am a Keokuk young man In the south seas, and I want a draft ques tionnaire to All out," wrote Leroy L. Akerson to the exemption board of Lee county. It was sent to him to the opposite side of the globe and in the course of time will come back filled out. Akerson Is full of patriotism and apologized for the delay in reporting, but he is so far away that it took the news or the draft months to reach him, and more months for his letter to reach here. He is a Keokuk product now doing a big work half way around the world. From Keokuk to Pankal. Mr. Akerson was born in Keokuk and graduated from the Keokuk high school in 1911. He graduated from Iowa Wesleyan university in 1916, and went at once to the south seag as a missionary. He Is the son of Peter Akerson, 1803 FTanklln street. He is located now at Pankal, Pln ang. Banka, Dutch Bast Indies, and his family hear from him occasionally a9 there is opportunity to send a letter back home. His home is on a small island. His family expect him home on a vacation in about a year and a half. WARSAWfOO" NEAR KEOKUK Some Men Carried Back Home Too Much Alcoholic Beverage and Found Themselves Locked up by Keokuk Police. They say Warsaw is too close to Keokuk for their ability to withstand temptation. Benlca Wilkinson, Russell James and Newt Hamill were arrested by the police last night for being drunk and making a nuisance of themselves •n ti"'*"'1*'. com- GATE Miss Mamie Bess and Lester Mapes, purchased a marriage license Thursday evening of County Clerk, W. E. Miller, and left via Ferris on the T. P. & W. for Keokuk. They had planned to be married in Keokuk, but as they were unable to reach tba city before the marriage registrar's office had closed, secured the papers here and would be married in Hamil ton, at the Christian church parson age. After spending the evening in Keokuk, they departed for Kamps ville, the bride's home, for a short visit, thence to near St. Louis, Mo. to visit the bride's aunt. _____ Mrs. Mapes has been employed for the past eight years as book-keeper and stenographer at the Hancock County National bank, where she has become a valued employee. She has been an active worker in the Christian church and all religious branches of the church, winning many friends by her quiet, sweet disposition. She has been very ambi tious, having organized a night school in stenography recently, securing some thirty students, some of them however being private students. Lester Mapes, son of Frank Mapes of near Ferris, is one of our Carthage boys, who has been doing service at Camp Dodge, la, being a member of the 339 Field Artillery. He is a grad uate of the Carthage high school and also Carthage college, and has taught successfully in the west for a number of years, having given up his pro fession to enter camp life. He is be ing retained at Camp Dodge for em ployment as an instructor and is now enjoying a fifteen day furlough. The many friends of both Mr. and Mrs. Mapes wish for them many years of happiness. Mrs. Mapes will return to the city after a ten days' vacation to resume her duties at the bank. Mr. Mapes re turning to Camp Dodge. Miss Dorothy Jones, who attends school in Macomb, spent the week end with home folks. Cleo Rhea of Chicago has been vis iting at the home of his aunt. Mrs. W. E. Lyon, this week. He returned to Chicago Thursday evening and will enter the Naval Officers' Train ing school at Municipal Pier, Chicago. Mrs. J. F. Willis, who has been vis iting her daughter, Mrs. Charles Cal iff, in Denver, Col., returned home last evening. Mrs. Lowell Kline, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Ellen Bab bington, returned to her home in Quincy Friday. Mrs. J. W. Ferris entertained the following ladies at luncheon Wednes \v. r" Tn WW the daily gate"city 13 The Great Patterson Shows Under the Auspices Keokuk Commercial Club CARTHAGE, ILL- APTIL 27 haae. of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs. W. R. Vawter, of Richmond, Va. Mrs. F. C. Gates, Mrs. D. E. Mack, Mrs. E. C. Mack, Mrs. J. L. Shultz, Mrs. Laura Noyes, Miss Julia Noyes and Mrs. Jessie Shultz Weems, of Newark, N. J. Mrs. Henry Webber, who has been I visiting her daughter, Mrs. Claude Thomas in Bushnell and Frank Thornbur, in Monmouth, has returned to her home in this city. Mrs. Clyde Ervin is visiting her cousin, Squire Reed, at Indianola, I Iowa. Miss Eva Robertson of Quincy. spent Monday with Mrs. Robert Com iton. Miss Robinson is acting as sten ographer at the Hancock County Nat lonal bank, during Mrs. Mapes* va cation. The C. H. S., at its annual meeting of the Alumni association, Monday evenlng, decided to hold no banquet for the senior class this year, on ac count of present conditions of the country and the great demand for money for more pressing needs. All money paid in for dues will be used in the purchase of Thrift stamps. Otis Wood, is the treasurer. Real Estate Transfers—Hancock, County, III. Fred Doyle to H. C. Hoener, deed, $285. L. 5, 6, B. 8, Tioga. Ora V. Davis to Marv E. Fisher, deed, $1, L. 10, B. 9, Bartlett & Gor don's add. to Hamilton. Master in Chancery to National bank of Mlllon, Iowa, deed. $4,000. se 32-4-9. City of Carthage to Scott Duffy, deed $175, Cemetery lot. Gertrude Neville to Chas. D. Ford yce, deed. $1. L. 4, B. 1, Cochenour's add. to LaHarpe, Pt. sw 21-7-5. O. M. Hull to M. J. Bray, deed, $2,000. L. 5. 6, 7, 8.B.3, Burnside. F. S. Sparks to Belle Miller, deed, Heal Skin Diseases 6imilar skin troubles. A little zemo, obtained at any drug store for 35c, or $1.00 for extra large bottle, and promptly soothes the skin and heals quickly and TbeE. W. Ro?i TO COME 's Big Spring Celebration TO 0j bas cuit applied will usually give instant relief from itching torture. It cleanses and Marriage effectively most skin diseases. Herbert N Mesroplan, of Rockford. Zemo is a wonderful, penetrating, dis-! 111., Muriel C. McClure, of LaHai pe. appearing liquid and is soothing to the R- H. Custer of Augusta, Lovenia most delicate skin. It is not greasy, is Kidd, of Quincy. easily applied and costs little. Get it today and save all further distress. gp 9x12 Royal Wilton $65.00 7 2 Cock's add, $1,500, 3wcn Emma J. Cochran to Henry K. Den ton, deed. $1. L. 11. all of L. 12, IB. 29, Bartlett & Gordon's add. Ham ilton. It is unnecessary for you to suffer with pipe Line Co. to the Central Trust eczema, blotches, ringworm, rashes and A mortgage from Sinclair Cudahy qq n. Y.. in the sum of $2,000,000. jjeen jied for record with Clr- clerk and Recorder, John F. ott COVering all of its property, Licenses. nr T?™*Wnrri Great Britain now has 123,500 war jot' nan' A 3 18-5 BIG DAYS SEE GIGANTIC ZOO AND MENAGERIE KENIPF'S SWISS VILLAGE MYSTERY SHOW THE BUG HOUSE FAIRLEY'S MUSEUM BAND OF 25 MUSICIANS Will give concert afternoon and evening. BIG STREET PARADE With wild animals, tableau, wagons etc. DUNCAN-SCHELL FURNITUE CO. WALLPAPER DRAPERIES LET YOUR RUGS BE TASTY AND DISTINCTIVE These Beautiful Rugs $35.00. Full 9x12 Feet Of course the rug must harmonize with the rest of the room to be right. These excellent Axminster rugs are offered in unusual variety of color and design. These rugs have a remarkable texture, unexcelled in durability and elegance. Wide variety. We guarantee Chambers Fireless Cooking Gas Range to save one-half your fuel gas bill, saves two-thirds of your time, cooks the food better, does not heat up the kitch en or no sale. We refer to many satisfied customers to substantiate these claims. L. 7, B. Z, cocks a, jerg jj0use jn Peaksvllle and is te Bowen. __ REVERE, MO ing it down and preparing to erect a new house. PAGE SEVEN "4 $44.00 9x12 Velvet Rugs Attractive patterns in good quality seamless velvet. Big values at these most unusual prices. Ed Mr. and Mrs. Homer Riley have re turned to their home in Revere, after Sunday at the Lewis Kautz home. a short visit in Kansas. I Misses Helen Stevens and Netti Dr. Geeslin announces the arrival^ of a son at the home of Chas. Gudka. l^hool J- Mrs. Padeng of Peaksville is quite poorly with rheumatism, her sister Galland has bought the old SI a spent £1 e,i S a a EuJa are visiting at the bome Frank Lucas mas purchased a new j,er parents Mr. John O'neil, Ford. Belfast Iowa. Chas. Wallace and family spear daQg)|^|. Tuesdav with Mrs. Dors north of Peaksville. Mrs. Richey of Fort Madison is with her at the present writing. Blind Infatuation. Francis Blakely and family are pre- Duluth News-Tribune: Germany paring to move to Kansas. Francis fast becoming a nation of widows has been carrier on Route 1 for the orphans, thanks to the infatuati r~"