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PAGE EIGHT 1 5 v~ (What to £zpect the best in S $1 to $8.50 If and in Neckwear 50c $1.50 and in Swell Hats $2 to $6 iwe-' and in Wash Togs 75c to $3 Choice? Choice prime beef rib 24c Choice boiling beef .22c Choice steak 30c Pork loin roast 28c Pork bfztts 28c Brazn9 15c Hearts 15c Pork sausage 20c Fresh hambnrg 25c Veal roast 22c, 25c Veal breast 20c Compound lard 25c Pure lard 30c Corned beef 25c Pickled tongues ..... 20c Flmw 18 ran set, you can expect the best there is. Boy's Clothes O 1 MUNSING UNION SUITS MANHATTAN & SHIRTS SPECIAL for SATURDAY, MAY 18, '18 —AT— BUEHLER BROS. MEAT MARKET 700 MAIN ST. Bnehler Brothers' highest grade, private brand oleo margarine, special 30c lb. beef pot roast ,24c This is the basis for our Hand-Tailored Clothes. These clothes are proving most satisfactory in every way giving. satisfaction to the wearer because of their faithfulness tc good taste, good style and unquestioned quality. Hand-Tailored Suits $18.00 to $35.00 Hand-Tailored Top Coats $15.00 to $20.00 Other clothes, the very best at price asked $12 and $15 with critical mothers in view. Our styles are pleas ing, artistic, authentic and the variety so large you an a a is a to Sugar cured picnic ... 25c Jowi bacon ......... 30c Dry salt jowl 25c Werners, franks 20c Bologna 20c Lunch h*m 25c 3 large cans milk .. .38c 2 cans red salmon ... 50c 2 cans pink salmon ... 40c 3 cans corn 35c Cream cheese 30c Brick cheese 28c Limburger cheese .. 32c Mona coffee 25c Red Raven coffee 2 Tbs 45c 1 kite free with 2 lbs. Sugar cured bacon (half or whole pide) 40c Sugar cured ham (Godel's Royal) 34c Oak Grove butterine 30c United States Pood Administration License No. G-13654 EDWARD L. KRUSE 5-10-25c STORE '508 MAIN. Specials For Saturday 500 yards of lawn at the old price, special, a yard 15c Figured fk*werwd satin, worth 5«c a yard, fine for lining, petti- coats and knitting bags, ppejial, a yard 29c We now hare the agency 'or the large Kmersoo's records. 5 Just ont. Come in and hear them. I^xge doable records for 65c Percale and dress ginghams, special. & yard 15c Curtain goods at special, a yard We are going to sell a good ladies' black pair for Star Narptfaa washing powder, special, a box White Flyer laundry soap, Bpedal, a bar WBL 2 2 10c, 15c and 25c hose for. special, 2 25c 5c 5c snrroN 823 Blonde&Ti i/.SBB.': *OTa? .7:' vr-urns. THE DAILy GATE CITY AND CONSTITUTION-DEMOCRAT in afHr If you siell your service to ^bother man he expects the very best there is^ in you, regardless of the price he pays. If you deliver less you are cheating^ him. So, too, when you buy clothes at Weils, we know that you not^only want the best we deliver, but because of the high standard we have you look for less you do not come here at all. And because you expect so much more from us, a slight dissappointment here would be more far reaching in its consequences than at any other store where less is expected and delivered. We expect you too look for more and get more. expect mothers to be criti Our garments were made Wot&ED MFflSS BOYS OL/TF/TTER5 BEST BY TEST The Home of Clothing Satisfaction $4.00 to $13.50 Renaud's Quality —means that the Judg ment, experience and skill of expert diamond buyers are all In your favor when 70a come here to purchase Diamonds This advantage, coupled with oar reputation for honesty and fair dealing, hare made diamonds par chased at Renaud's stand ard of value in this com munity. Special—We hare Jtis* mounted a fine lot of diamonds to sell at $25 to 1100. Renaud's Established 1877. I I I I I I LUCAS Tinted Gloss Paint 1 Best Value Made I Get Our Prices Before Buying Paint. Engelliardt & Co. Druggists Phone 1571 900 Main Br. RL C. VAIIE VEITEI PRACTICE LIMITED TO E\C, EAR, NO0E THROAT Office Y. M. C. A. Bid* Res., Pond Apt. Hra. 10-12, 2-6. Phone 190. Phone 1S» M- Clothes 15 INTERWOVEN HOSE STETSON HATS AVICOL Will Save Your Young Chicks A guaranteed remedy for White Diarrhoea In baby chicks A Rackmgo. Every Package Guaranteed McGrath Bros. Drug Company 500 MAIN ST. TryBorks for Grocery Bargains Early Jane peas, per doz. $1.25 Corn, per doz. 1.35 Pet or Kahoka milk, per dozen 1.55 Hebe product, per doz. ...$1.40 6 cans California peeled peaches 1.00 Hostess brand Hawaiian pineapples, plums and apricots, large cans 25 2 lbs. Bark's special coffee .22 5 Fbs. 25c coffee for 1.00 3 cans No. 3 tomatoes ... .50 3 cans No. 2 tomatoes ... .35 2 cans sweet potatoes 35 5 large bars soap 25 6 bars laundry soap 25 2 cans krant .23 Syrup, a gallon .70 Herring, each 05 25c can baking powder ... .20 Milk, a quart 10 We have fresh lettuce, radishes, green onions, rhubarb, straw berries, new potatoes, aspar agus, etc. Ask our prices before buying elsewhere. We are open all day Thursday IKE BORK Phone 690 1300 Main St. Battle With Tire Thieves. [United Press Leased Wire Service.] DETROIT, Mich., May 17.—**ur Michigan Central detectives were shot down—one killed and another perhaps fatally wounded—shortly be fore midnight in a battle tetween •even detectives and four auto tire Chleves who bad been pilfering freight cars in the Michigan Central yards. The bandits escaped. The robbers surprised the detec tives am they lay in ambush and imme diately began firing: Mo Time Llmft. 8 km* Falls Argus-Leader: The war garden Is now on the job, and it is 'working twenty-four boors a day. P'v x~rs :\Ur,°yT- TO DRAFT MEN IF VOLUNTEERS LACK Trainmen, Boilermakers, Gunamith and Veterinarian* Wanted at Once for War BOARD RECEIVES CALL Adjutant General Believes Enough Engineers Will be Obtained But Not Other A draft of men ftwn Lee county to help make up Iowa's quota for special war time service is almost Inevitable. Men in class one who are engaged in the following occupations* unless they volunteer their services are apt to bo inducted into military service before May 22, says an official unifica tion from Adjutant General Guy E. Lo gan to A. P. Meyer, secretary of the county exemption board: Thirty-seven men for taitatn, flagmen and aondnctors. Twenty-three men for loeomotlve engineers and firemen. Five men lor boflermaJcers. Five men for gunsmiths. Two men for veterinary service. Draft Appears Likely. The adjutant general says lit his commonicatiott: "Very likely enough engineers will offer their services to fin the call without a draft, bat in the other call a draft appears likely. "IxxsbI boards will therefore prompt ly report to this office the names of men in sequence rf order number in class one, who have been physically passed far general military service, and who are qualified for calls 606, 517, 634 and 638, so that this office may, upon May 22 designate these men to make up the required quota from Iowa. Entrain June 1. "A careful check will be kept to see that all local boards in lowa comply with the order." Man inducted under these calls are to he entrained June 1. Men in any classification may volunteer. No volunteer service for the branches named will be accepted after May 20, Mr. Meyer has advised The Gate City, after instructions from the adjutant general. Only class one men will be drafted. TEABEAU FIRST COMMISSIONED Keokuk Soldier l-ad Receives Distinc tion at Camp Dodge—Now at Fort Wayne, Mich. Lieutenant Ralph Teahean of Keo lrnir was the first colored officer of the 366th infantry. Camp Dodge, to receive a commission in that regi ment. Teahean was recently in Keo kuk to visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Teahean, 1802 Time®, street, before departing for Port Wayne. Mich. The Des Moines Capital says of his success: Private Ralph Teahean, medical department, 366th infantry, is the first colored soldier at Camp Dodge to receive a commission in that organ ization. He is the first man to have risen from the ranks, since the ar rival of the negroes at cantonment. He will be sent to Ft Wayne. "HIS UNCLE JOHN." First Baptist church Friday night 8:15. All star cast Music by Van Aus dall's orchestra. Arthur Lumberg, st&pe manager. Children 15c, adults, 25c." CITY NEWS —Sin ton's trucks for picnics. —Good onion sets, iOc per pound while they last. Wm. Schaefer, 1111 Main St. Phone 883. —An error in the Justice Hoar sale of men's clothing ad reading men's $1.75 to $3 shirts, $1.39. should read $1.75 to $2 shirts $1.39. —Valley and Melrose church Mel rose only Sunday school ait 10 a. m. Valley Sunday school at 2 and preach ing at 3 in the afternoon. —©Inton for picnic auto service. —Wanted—100 young men at First Baptist churcfti, at 9:30 Sunday a. m. Mr. J. G. Thomas, salesmanager of the Purity Oats Co., will address the class: be sure and hear him. —Saturday special: Pure home rendered lard, 30c per lb. Choice roasts of beef, pork and veal and dressed chickens at F. D. Hanbert'e, 1408 Main. —Regular meeting Keokuk Council No. 636, tonight at 8 o'clock. Hawkes' ball, Eighth and Main. Visiting breth ren fraternally Invited to attend. G. C. Montague, regent J. I. Annable, secretary. —T7. N. Bethell, senior vice presi dent of the American Telephone and Telegraph company, has extended congratulations to the Iowa Tele phone company, through its president. C. E. Tost because of the splendid showing made by employes in the alcerb Ml THMAT All LUIS CMctaa oonpimsd that vQi briar list la many meat* and cbroole TroriAm• In kud)«t form, twalo rvm «6r hlfUr nnmrnnM tr adencai Cta talna no harmful drtift Try tham today. 50 cents a box, mdodxng war tax Far Mia br 'j t. tt** '^r:- y^y'.W' ..-j* J, if&f third Liberty loan campaign. E. 1». Willlamg. manager for Keokuk, has received a copy of the note. It says: "I congratulate Bell telephone sys tem employes everywhere on their splandid participation in the third IAerty loan. Final figures not yet tabulated but more than 100,000 em ployes subscribed a total of more $7,000,000." —Sin ton for picnic auto service. Bomb Proof Jobs. [united Press Leased Wire Service.] CHICAGO, May 17.—Baseball May* 4 cm who have landed "bomb prooT a?||- FRIDAY, MAY 17,1918 iked will like Our Label is Your Guide to Satisfaction We fit perfectly, regular, stout and long men, with an exceptionally large and well selected stock of patterns and models Prices ... $12 to $35 The young- men know here are **Superiar Clothes" beyond ."Shadow of a Doobt" 100 per cent right in every detail. Prices .. .., ... ,..... .. $15 to$35 HATS, SHIRTS, NECKWEAR, HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR. It's economy to buy our Boys Clotiies. Our Straw Hat styles are exceptionally smart this season. Now ready. Ewers McCarthy Co. Keokuk's Best Clothing Store. & SpU&eftLm _fcz2£f— we?i« stm a True economy is in^ goodclothao, er, fit and locfc fating thfliwfumoogtB laaufifci sell thnrsxktguarantee* satisfaction or money refmtded. j.-\ Get this Book FRFF SUM and Sihgt LS5S 5 harve just published a new book^on Siloe and Silage which we wfll be giad to inail you \free ana postpaid on request. Conlainssar ewery ^Sendtodayforyqar copy of wis book. fcar TheTMMnt linadSac^tfa&estriSoinaMe^^SSwSS dnrlBiBber. no knots nor pitch yockcts oo eiCber sUeofhanber. KuM Nil! TheTABER lined SOo Is the Mty Ski having Acid-Proof Lados. (Patent apphrri for byoar^pecMdoable •BLhuc5wl«i?^3 Inadditioo to theae.aduntiyi ewyptod »*i III «4 ia the TAKER Uned Slo ia boiled in Creoeote and iKintal with metal Slo Paint wfakb wa Free. Hoe to make a aSothat ia thes jodgplog yourself. Theae features coo* NON -SHRINKABLE Rot-Proof—Acid-Proof TABER Uned »0oe make ad fcocp sQa«e better 111 •••in the TABER Umoi tow theaoatam and add ami ke^pa the airoat. TABS!Siiu»ua« aim have modi tewiraaen aOa^a tf»ap thea- aeafebpra. nW C/gjU»a-Dont take dnnraa TW.'aPfWl Hi la year. Seod corn Jobs were assailed here today W President Ban Johnson of the Ameri can league. The dash by Joe Jackson of the White Sox to find a buildiw job after being placed in draft das' one riled Johnson's patriotism. A number of major leaguers In JS®' •ltion plants devote a portion of tneir time to baseball and are said to *9" proximate their old time salaries. "The league doesnt impugn oo^'® of players in this war work," Johnson, "but if ttiey took up the to avoid the trenches, I hope Pro**. Marshal General Crowder grtf I them."