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3^*.i AU Jj -i *1$ &- iS*i", ^§k', •v SATURDAY, MAY 4,1918 WALL PAPERS v- 1 instrument the world's H^K ^-*%T V^S*®* +$% LADICS. When irregular or assayed we Tri umph Pills. Safe and always depend able. Not sold at druf stores. Do not experiment with others, save dis appointment. Write for "Relief* and particilars, it's free. Address: Na tional MedleaJ Institute, Milwaukee. Wis. CHICHESTER S PILLS. V^es. TM SUMUMB BUNK Jl MrnrUnuMlir A yi't tiwi itr hrud/nA l*Uls K4 Md ilVU neal!lc\V/ £»"•». wtth _EI«o Xlblan. W SOLD BY DaU6QBT5 EVttYWtttt. Besting Burbank. Hickory, N. C., Record: The Ger Duncan-Schell Furniture Co, yv -, 1- ^I hlive Swarf-Vktof Records really wonderful Mpndutiouoi my sing*, tnf it#* -,ii 4 f*'.V 3f'« y- «,***»£•»* -1- -r Choose the .*• -S^Si .«•». •i»-*:fc.,^J*- 'A t«A .•.--•«*.** fha Victor Records I Could you ask a safer guide? Certainly no one is better qualified to judge a musical instrument. They know music. Their life-work is music. And Melba, McCormack, Caruso, Farrar, Galli-Curci, Gluck, Homer and a host of other world-famed artists have chosen the Victrola to carry their superb art on Victor Records exclusively to all the world. Victor* and Vtctrolu 510 to $40& CaO lid let Bt five yoo ft ••v S We alao wish to announce that we Have purchased th« stoe* of Victor Victrolaa and Records of the Loewenatein Music Co., thia in addition to the stock we now have gives us the largest and moat complete stock of records carried in the state. We have added three new demonstration booths, giv ing us five demonstration booths, making a most complete Victrola Department. Instant service no waits. ANNOUNCEMENT! V..' j. I wish to announce the public that Mr. W. H. Kiehne of Burlington has bought half interest in my shop, and the firm will be known as Glaser & Kiehne. We are prepared to do all kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper work. Install Furnaces, Metal ceilings, etc. Best of Service and Material. FRED. G. GLASER NIGHT SCHOOL 21 North Sixth Street WILL HELP YOU TO A BEYTER POSITION and costs less than loafing* Learn more and you can earn more. All Commercial and English and English branches taught by per sonal instruction of experts. Special preparatory oourees for Civil Servioe Examinations. Low summer rates. KEOKUK BUSINESS UNIVERSITY Opens Day and Night Sohools In Keokuk, May 1. Relief from Eczema VCE Don't worry about eczema or other dtin troubles. You can have a clear, healthy skin by using a little zemo, obtained at any drug store for 35c, or 1 extra large bottle at $1.00. Zetno generally removes pimples, black* heads, blotches, eczema, and ringworm and makes the skin clear and healthy. Zemo is a clean, penetrating, antiseptic liquid, neither sticky nor greasy and stains nothing. It is easily applied and costs a! mere trifle for each application. It is always dependable Tbe B. W. Kose Co.. Cleveland, mans have put one over on Luther Burbank, for they- banded the Rus hians a perfectly good olive branch bearing full grown lemons. ffscvw/'i /v ,» HfP t,., -*, an aade It tl Jv LiL. ni 'n. J" J- &\&hc*z-$I"# DRAPERIES ••'4 ... "*r the] «no«t perfect of all authodi «f wefcoj lewuuoction. I have made records cadaahrdy far the Victor aiace Feb-i roar? 1910 and my docs aot expire -X fcgggi I Telephone us your Record Wants ADVERTISED LETTERS. List of letters* remaining in the Keokuk postoffice, uncalled for, for the week ending May 4, 1918: Ladies. Mrs. Amanda P. Brown (2), Miss Mabel Earl. Miss May Hannon. Mrs. S. L. Roach. Mrs. Mollis Ward. Miss Hazel Whiteside. Cora Wilkins. Miss Delia Young. Gentlemen. Mr. Ralph K. Alderman. Robert Garner. Mr. John Mackle. Mr. Thomas Peterson. Mr. J. C. Ston. Mr. J. Thomas. Persons calling for letters in above .'1st will please say they are adver tised. E. W. M'MANUS. Acting Postmaster. Card index the Tramps. Vermillion, S. D., Plain Talk: "Wandering Willies" better steer clear of South Dakota this year. There is work for all of them and they will not be allowed to roam about at will. We oughJt to have a law that would compel thetn to regis ter, tell where they came from and where they are going. In this way the authorities in the various counties mild Vpc-») tab on them. THE DAILY GATE CITY RED CROSS BEFORE E Keokuk Chapter Women Abandon Wifely Duties for War Work This Season is Report. DRESSINGS "OVER TOP" Emblems and Arm Bands to be Worn Only By Leaders for Time Others Get Them Later. "Over tbe top" with hospital dress ings! Red Cross workers of Keofeuk have broken their record and turned oat a larger nttmlber of dressings than nsnal this week. "Work on the quota for front line packages has progressed well, although none of the articles bave yet been forwarded to head quarters. The general epidemic of house cleaning has not depleted the ranks of the workers, for this year the ma jority of the women are letting their efforts for the Red Cross come ahead of household duties. L|adera Wear Emblem. Only the leaders have been granted the permission to wear the Red Cross emblem on their white aprons. Thirty five to forty Keokuk women have the crosses now. Others are to re ceive them later for seventy-two hours of registered work. According to the wish of an In spector from Chicago, the bine and red veils and the red arm bands are being adopted. Those in charge of the workshop in Keokuk on special days wear blue veils. Women "who hold instructor certificates will don red veils and three-inch arm bands, while those who have had a course of instruction In standard dressings wear two-inch arm bands. Notification has come that more summer weight hospital bed shirts are desired. This particular garment is made of canton flannel. French Aid Work. The French ?id reports that it has had an average week in the amount of bandages made. The supply of socks, pajamas, bed shirts and other articles is coming in steadily. The women have made the three-meter rolls, one-meter bandages, draw pads, socks and bed shirts. MONTROSE. The play "Clubbing a Husband," un der the auspices of the Civic club, was given at the city hall April 27. The play throughout was good and gave plenty of amusement. These ladies never disappoint. The audi ence was large. The program was especially good and well presented. The players all displayed ability in their different characters. This play should be reproduced at some near by place. 'Air. Arch Singer was called here from* Kansas City by the death of Mrs. William Singer, his brother's wife, Mrs. Rebeka Singer. Our school board have their heads together selecting- qualified teachers for the winter term of school. (Mrs. Elizabeth Ballinger has been housed from a severe attack of sick ness. The fNazarine church ipeop^e are planning for a camp meeting under canvas in June. Owing to the cold weather, garden sass is of slow growth at this ham let. Marion, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Michell, is slowly improving from bronchial croup, which is good news. pn- Miss May Listman. sister of Rev. Morgan, was enroute to Terra Haute, Ind., Wednesday, to visit her mother before taking a civil service position at Washington. D. C. Mrs. Ira Smith and son. of Fort Madison, came down to the entertain ment Saturday night. Mrs. J. L. Vanausdoll has been un der a physician's care this week. 5 *"t r* 1 know that, throughout this country, there are many Oakland owners who are prosperous enough to buy automo biles much higher in price. But they've analyzed automobile values and find that they cannot get more in trinsic merit in a higher-priced car to justify the higher first cost and greater running expense. Accustomed to unusual performing abil ity and comfort, they enjoy in the Oak alnd Sensible Six all the virtues they de mand of an automobile and they do not let its moderate pr'oe blind them to its extraordinary vak e. TOuring Car $1050 Roadster $1050 Roadster Coupe $1210 working for the boys in military train ing camps. J. B. Keil's condition remains about the same. Little Jenebee Dunbar has been ill with fever. The boys are surely enjoying the bat and ball at this place. Mrs. EJugene Reeves and Mr. and Mrs. James Fulton, of Keokuk at tended the funeral of Mrs. William Singer Wednesday afternoon. Dr. Hogel of Keokuk was called here in consultation with Dr. Buck in a case of bronchial croup at the To People Who Can Pay More P. B.O Pontiac, Mich. H. C. KISER Keokuk Oakland Co. O A A N S E N S I E S I 65T, in a case or oroncmai croup ai me meeting, received /^°.Tk home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mitchell. *y the legislative committee, of work Their little son Marion is afflicted. a ready accomplished and outlined plans for the coming months. A joint Mr. and Mrs. Keeler Horn have two sick children. They have malaria. committee of men and women are The dancing party at the city hall promoting the garden interests, prizes having been ollered, and teachers and pupils are taking an active interest Monday evening toy the young people of this place was well attended, the new player piano adding much to the pleasure of the evening. Com planting will begin here next week. Our rural neighbors are plant ing tested seed. A farewell party was given Wednes day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Beard, in honor of Profes sor Vanderlin and Misses Masters and Walker. Rerfreshemnts were served. The colors scheme was green and white. How Reds Rim SHif. TOKIO, May 4.—How Bolshevikism controls Russia even on the high seas is illustrated in the case of the It was a sad death, the passing at! Russian steamer Nicolal Belozmeton, her home Sunday afternoon at 3! which is controlled by a seamen's o'clock of Mrs. Rebelca Singer, wife committee of five men, with whom of William Singer, who succumbed :ihe captain concurs on all matters of from a weakened state of the body, ship discipline. The steamer operates and who exchanged h«r earthly home |at present between Singapore and for one in the paradise above. The Hongkong, but it touched MaJQlla to angels will harp, "Thou good and place two seamen in the hospital faithful servant, comp up bi^b^r: there. When the men were pro- ter into the Joys of the Lord." Miss nounoed too ill to work, the seamen's Rebeka Mcintosh was born at Ga 1- committee demanded that the ship be land. Iowa, in 1S50 and married to William Singer in the year 1875. The funeral occurred from her home church, the Methodist, where she was a consistent member. The minister, the Rev. Mr. Trostle. conducted the services Wednesday afternoon. Those who survive to mourn are the hus band and children: Miss Maud Sing er, at home Mrs. Frank Dubai 1, of Davenport: Mrs. Essie Nelson, of New London Iona, Guy and Earnest, of Fort Madison Harold, of Oska loosa, Iowa. The casket was amassed with beautiful flowers from loved ones and friends, including an em blem from the Ladies' Aid society of the M. E. church. Burial was in the city cemetery. taken out of its course to Manila. The captain concurred. The skipper haB nothing to do with the ship except di rect navigation and arrange cargo. As a result the vessel has not called at a (Russian port in five months. WHY WOMEN DREAD OLD AGE Don't worry about old age. Don't worry about toeing in other people's way when you are getting on in years. Keep your body in good condition and you can be as hale and hearty in your old days as you were when a kid, and every one will be glad to see you. The kidneys and bladder are the causes of senile afflictions. Keep them clean and in proper working condition. Drive the poisonous wastes from the system and avoid uric acid accumulations. Take GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules per iodically and yon will find that the system will always be in perfect Quite a few from this place wen* working order. Your spirits will be to Keokuk Sunday afternoon to attend the Sunday School convention. The funeral of the late Mannaseh Reeves was largely attended Wednes day afternoon, by sorrowing rela tives and friends. Alex Saitor has planted an acre of onions. Mias Bertha Graham expects to visit her sister in Davenport soon. •j"he w. C- T. U.'s are hnnuonjously enlivened, your muscles made strong and your face have once more the look "of youth and health. in this phase of the work, in which the first of the week. Captain and Mrs. J. Ruskin C!| every loyal (I'tizem will cooperate. Prizes have been offered ior well kept lawns, and at the suggestion of the league, high school students are studying civic improvement. A prize will be awarded at commencement time for the best essay on an ade quate water supply for a town near a big river. Miss Clara B. Griffin' was chosen as humane officer, the league to lend every assistance. Mrs. Fra of zier gave a« interesting report the work of the department of health! the week end with her husband, and recreation, council of defense. is with the Cincinnati ball team. j. She spoke enthusiastically of the Joseph Merriman, a well-to-do far? training course which the school of er. living six miles southwest of Ci civics is giving free as a war contri- thage, suffered an accident Thursd but ion to representatives from the I morning which is feared by his mat friends may result Berlously. different parts of the state. Carthage was one of the first thirty-five down state communities to take advantage of this opportunity. Mrs. W. P. Fra zier having recently taken a five weeks' course in Chicago, under the help in the organization and direction of boys' and girls' patriotic clubs, or other phases of community work. Misa Hilda McCreary. who has been teaching at Mendon, returned home Thursday. She has been re-elected for next year at an increase in salary. Mrs. William McGuilvery went to BurllnRton last evening to meet herjdeed. $1,200: pt 16-4-9. daughter. Miss Mavis, who has been Patience M. Price to A. J. Ross Bwigert, who has been in Des Moines for some time, came home Monday for a few days' visit with home folks. Rev. E. M. Smith went to Bloom ington Tuesday evening to attend a meeting of the Illinois State Mission ary society of the Christian church. Mrs. Rny Symonds and children de parted Monday morning for Buhl, Idaho, where Mr. Symonds has a There is only one guaranteed brand ranch. of Haarlem Oil Capsules, GOLD| Mr. and Mrs. Randall Stewart and MEDtAL. There are many fakes on little daughter, EJlzon, who have been the market. Be sure you get the visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Original GOLD MEDAL Imported Thomas Lewis, departed last week Haarlem Oil Capsules. They are the for their hQme in Sidney, Mont, only reliable. For sale by all first- Mrs. Mlary Johnson spent last week class druggists. '.with her brother. Dr JpAGE SEVEN I like to show the Oakland Sensible Six to this class of buyers because, being close students of automobile construc tion, they instantly recognize its fine qualities. The high-speed overhead-valve engine delivers 44 full horse-power the chassis is unusually sturdy, with an extra deep frame the roomv five-passenger body of tlie touring car is cushioned by long, slow-acting springs and extra large tires for the car's weight. I'll be glad to demonstrate the Oakland Sensible Six to you at your convenience —I know you will like the wuy this ear performs. Sedan $1250 Sedan (Unit Body) $1550 Coirpe (Unit Body) $1550 7 ,s CARTHAGE The Civic league, at its regular 0 fir- visited relatives comb, and Plymouth. Mrs. W. E. Layton, who has sp^ the winter in Galesburg with her has returned to Carthage for summer. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Graham Miss Lucy Frey, of Denver, were fr" guests of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac WilSi* and son, 'who have been living in $ Philippines, arrived Thursday ev| ing to visit bis parents, Mr. and JS L. B. Clark. Mrs. M. F. Shepherd, who has visiting her daughter, IVfrs. Sparks, in York, Neb., returned ho\l last week, Mr. Shepherd having gy her in, Burlington. 3 Mrs. Alva Williams and son Bob&' went to St.' Louis Wednesday to spfiL Merriman was in tbe hayloft of fc~. bam. throwing down hay for lfi, stock, and in some unexplainaV manner fell over backwards from c, haymow, striking his head against:' state director, Miss Neva Boyce, and!wagon wheel, causing severe woun state chairman. Dr. Rachelle Yarros. I resulting in unconsciousness, fro She has since her return been ap-i which he had not recovered suf pointed county chairman of health ciently at last advices to explain tK' and recrcatien. and stands ready to accident. Chief Gunner Waite is having mat calls for patriotic addresses throng M: out the county. On Wednesday ie Hon O. F. Berry has donated the usejing he addressed the students of ursa* of the gymnasium on the northwest thage college at chapel for two sol. 'i corner of the square. Mrs. Frazier hours, with interesting and historic will supervise the clubs and the Civic facts concerning the great war. league will take care of the incidental L. H. Dexter, of the First Nation* expenses. This is a great opportu-1 bank of Augusta, was in the «ity wi a nity for Carthage citizens, and many a party of ladies connected with tl are planning to benefit thereby. Red Cross chapter of Augusta. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS B. C. Head to Oliver Anderso deed. $1 se 16-5-7. in EJkalaka. Mont. [deed, $$4.ri00: pt hf sw 19-5-6. L. C. Cherrill was a business vis-1 A. S. Wear to E. S. Wear, de* itor to Chicago the first of the week, 52,800: ne nw 27-5-5. John Schmidt to Robert Spegl S. We* D. Kemmerer to C. M. Holtsclil deed. 54.500 pt. hf ne 6-4-6. State of Illinois to J. I. Brint, detii 5120 pt se se 16-7-6. State of Illinois to John Brill deed, $160 lot 15 sw se 16-7-6. 2 State of Illinois to John I. BriH deed, 580 lot 9 ne se 16-7-#. Marriage Licenses. Homer T. Osborn. Chicago, to Eli*! beth Poelker, South Dakota. Ralph Allen Jenkins, Carthage, Helen Eunice Gibon, Carthage. Lester Ryan Mapes. Ounp Iowa., to Miss Mamie E. Bess, age. Dempster Shinkle Fleming to Bacon, of Ma- Nancv O'Haver. Denver.