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CARTHtAGE, ILL., JULY 15,
I The following 1B a list of names of
'Grants of the ctess of June 5,
Ia?s whose registration *rds are in
TPossession of the local exemption
rd of this county, in the order qf
.ir liability for military service,
1- determined by the local board, as
yfred by the rules and regula-
^arry Hobart McDa*iel, Plym
outh: order number,
,0-_Will!am Floyd Sch warts, Basco
order number, 2.
29—Fred Link, Warsaw, order num-
nn-RaVph*Leland Link. La Harpe, 4.
17—Rea Crail, Stillwell, 5.
Truman Otto Schneider. War-
Wallace Dunham, Car-
is Lionel James Loop, Carthage, 8.
07—Fred Wycoff, La Harpe, 9.
57—Henry
F. Patterson, Carthage,
76—Henry
Cecil Herbert, Naur00,
78-Jessie
Bryan Anderson, Sut-
t,gr 12.
22—-Carl C. Car?enter, Ppwen, 13.
S7—Leroy
Preston Bdding^on, La
Harp©, 14.
2i)9—Joseph
Sexton Rosenquist, La
Harpe,
15.
|l77—Alexander
Paul Clampitt, West
Point, 16.
iqa—Mike Edward Stop, Augusta, 17.
'4—Edward Brian Whitcomb, Fer
ris, 18.
130—Rosco
Glen Corder, Plymouth,
19.
70—Jennings
Bryan Tetter, Bland-
insvllle, 20.
jOg_George H. Hoener, Sutter, 81.
28—Eilmer Horace Burg, La Harpe,
22.
59—Herbert
Griffeth, West Point,
23.
151—Edgar
Walter Helmers, La
Harpe, 24.
90—Everett
Brvin Gnann, Nauvoo,
25.
65—John Albert Kurrla, Dallas City,
26.
125—Orville R. Murphy, Carthage, 27.
45—Otis Burns Hyndman, Hamil
ton, 28.
72—Fred Prince Brakwill, Nlota, 29.
135—Walter Clifton Momberg, Ham
ilton, 30.
212—Cecil St. Clair, Warsaw, 31.
61—R. P. Baldwin, Warsaw, 32.
91—Herman Berg, Basco, 33.
51—Ira William Smart, Carthage, 34.
63—-William Frederick E. Guilliam,
Nauvoo, 35.
41—Severn Losson Smallwood, War
saw, 36.
84—George Grunewald, Warsaw, 37.
3"—Thomas Harrison Parker, La
Harpe, 38.
66—Ray William Buckert, Warsaw,
3D.
16—John Austin Page, Warsaw, 40.
203—Martin Earnest Leebold, Dallas
191—William M. Lowary, West Point,
42.
153—George Franklin Miller, War
saw, 43.
82—Robert Jewett Fulton, Warsaw,
44.
147—Walter Diemer Hamma, Nau
voo, 45.
55—Hubert Luther Brown, Nauvoo,
46.
33—Ray Clarence Johnson, Warsaw,
47.
56—George Paul Ronicke, Tioga, 48.
102—Georjffe Herman Rigg, Hamil
ton, 49.
48—Ralph Dawson Todd, La Harpe,
50.
206—Bryan Henry Lamb, Pontoosuc,
51.
13—Mark Earl Bollin, Nauvoo, 52.
3—Henry Hope Douglas, Augusta,
53.
64—Commodore Dewey Difenderfcr,
Carthage, 54.
168—Jacob Clay Vass, Dallas City, 55.
198—Karl N. Pitts, Pontoosuc, 56.
137—Choral L. Champeau, Hamilton,
57.
193—Albert Datin Rahn, Nauvoo, 58.
155—Leo J. Peck, Colusa. 59.
158—Walter Wardlow. Warsaw, 60.
11—Paul Noland Markey, Dallas
City, 61.
HUSBAND
SAVES WIFE
From Suffering by Getting
Her Lydia EL Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound.
Pittsburgh, Pa.—"For marf C.onths
I was not able to do my work owing to
a weakness which
'.caused backache
and headaches. A
friend called
attention to one of
your newspaper
advertisements and
immediately my
husband bought
three bottles of
and my troubles caused by that weak
ness area thing of the past. All women
who suffer as I did should try Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound."—
Mrs. Jas. Rohkberg, 620 Knapp St.,
N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa.
Women who suffer from any form or
Weakness, as indicated by displacements,
inflammation, ulceration, irregularities,
backache, headaches, nervousness or
the blues," should accept Mrs. Robr-
*e.rg
suggestion and give Lydia E.
Pinkhams Vegetable Compound
thorough trial.
For over forty years It has been
correcting such ailments. If you have
mysterious complications write for
advice to Lvdia E. Pinkbam Medicine
Co., Lynn,
69—Theodore Gorrell, Nauvoo, 62.
35—Walter M. Hopson, Hamilton, 63
113—Roy C. Rich, La Harpe, 64.
62—Charles Augustus Laffey, West
Point, 05.
18—George
Marion Clark, Basco, 66.
143—Albert Joseph Ammer, Hamil
ton. 67.
200—Alfred Chester Blythe, La
Harpe, 68.
64—Walter Henry Wollbriiik, Sut
ter, 69.
81—Paul John Laffey, Wost Point,
70.
173—Fred George Jurgens, Carthage,
7L
189—Albert John Mittermyer, Car
thage, 72.
184—George R. Sea, La Harpe, 73.
88—Albert Reynolds Nelson, Hamil
ton, 74.
188—Perry Francis Baker, Sutter, 75.
192—James Walter Tanner, Still
well, 76.
114—George Allen Moore, La Harpe,
77.
39—Atlee Frank Crabill, La Harpe.
78.
30—Frank William ^owe, La Harpe,
79..
119—Galen William Dickinson, Car
thage, 80.
187—Ernest Roy Harris, Ferris, 81.
160—Slgle Ray Dulaney, Carthage, 82.
98—Otis Ray Munson, Colchester,
83.
49—Herschel P. Denton, Hamilton,
84.
25—Julian Earl Maynard, La Harpe,
85.
58—Jesse Bryan Miller, Tennessee,
86.
12—.Victor Paul Dory, Warsaw, 87.
34—Ralph Hummel, Nauvoo, 88.
149—Ralph Edward Dee, Hamilton,
89.
112—Carl Clifton Upchurch, Bowen,
90.
2—James Thomas Jenkins, Car
thage, 91.
202—James Henry Chrisman, La
Harpe, 92.
95—R. Harold Buckert, Nauvoo, 93.
77—Penton Bernard Byers, West
Point, 94.
46—William Frank Miller, Pontoo
suc, 95.
8—Loyd George Davis, Pontoosuc,
96.
107—John Merritt, Jr., Carthage, 97.
93—Earl Ernest Swenson, Hamil
ton, 98.
99—Damon D. Aleshlre, Plymouth,
99.
190—Herbert Jenkins Salisbury, Burn
side, 100.
131—Wilbert Edison Roush, La
Harpe, 101.
123—Carson Richard Bolt, Lima, 102.
186—Paul Louis William Jingst, War
saw, 103.
204—Ernest Frederick James, Bowen,
104.
120—Lisle Hurdle Miller, La Harpe,
105.
194—Henry Warren Monroe, Powell
ton, 106.
150—Lee Roy Ferguson, Augusta, 107.
94—Frank Lyndon Earls, Basco, 108.
148—Sydney C. Bayer, Carthage, 109.
156—Arthur George Otten, Warsaw,
110.
67—Walter K. Gumble, West Point,
111.
40—John Audon Schoeppel, Jr.,
Dallas City, 112.
182—Wilber Bino Roll, La Harpe, 113.
88—Frank Akin Sargent, Ferris, 114.
7—Theodore Martin Dettmer, Dal
las City, 115.
27—Edwin Julius Curtis, La Harpe,
116.
163—Clarence V. Paulus, Colusa, 117.
179—John Avery Mosley, Carthage,
118.
1—Leslie Campbell Farlow, Pal
myra, Mo., 119.'
52—Earl Robert Knowles, Plymouth,
120.
6—Malcolm Hoffman Kesler, Ham
ilton, 121.
24—Warren Ray Polyard, Augusta,
122.
14—Carroll Edward Cunningham,
Warsaw, 123.
165—Wyatt Phillips, La Harpe, 124.
71—Lester Marion Howes, Rock
Island, 111., 125.
208—Leonard Ay erg Hammond, War
saw, 126.
178—James William McClintock. Den
ver, 127.
19—Bernard Henry Goldenstein,
Carthage, 128.
190 Myron E. Jollidon, Hamilton,
129.
185—Willie Orville George Buttgen,
Warsaw, 130.
59—Charles Everett Brunton, Au
gusta, 131.
37 Carl C. Merideth, Augusta, lo*.
36—'Ransom Lee Fife, Blandinsville,
133.
58—'Henry Edward Roost, Nauvoo,
134.
85—Joseph F. Lewis, Powellton. 135.
195—William Jennings Bryan Hardy,
Huntsville. 111.. 136.
272 Vernie F. Roberts, Plymouth,
137.
161 (Ray Turner Robertson, Bowen,
138
83 Glen Veber Smith, Colchester,
139
44—John Alfred Matthews, Plym
outh, 140.
116—Karl John Yeager,
141.
138—Douglas
Lydia E. Pinkham's
vegetable Com
pound for me.
After taking two
bottles I felt fine
I46-
DE JEU, Magician,on Local Frogram
At least one part of the big Chau
tauqua program has been planned prin
cipally for the children. (Ages six to
sixty, and upwards.) De Jeu, the
noted magician and prestidigltateur, is
coming with a great array of mysteri
ous and hair-raising tricks and stunts,
turning the Chautauqua stage into a
fairyland peopled with the fantastio
creations of his occult skill
Some of the most marvelous feats
of magic, mind-reading, telepathy and
legerdemain will be demonstrated.
De Jeu is a wonderful entertainer.
He, with his assistant, will appear in
two programs, preceding the afternoon
and night lectures, on the fifth day of
Chautauqua. This will be Children's
Day.
m., 157.
La
Harpe,
D. Hawley. Denver, 142.
92—Glenn Olen Siegrist, Niota. 143.
164—Ray Hampton McAvoy, Plym
outh. 144.
181—Forney Warda Hamma, Nauvoo,
140—Louis Privia, Pontoosuc. 146.
128—Harold
Waddill. Bowen, 147.
197 Harvey H-itz, Plymouth, 148.
103 Karl Scott Strong, Blandinsville,
79 William Herman Knoche, War
saw, 150.
15_Alvie Osborn Morrison, Disco,
151.
141 Gerald Elvin Pitt, Ferris, 152.
26 Brooks Emerson Rurf, Nauvoo,
153.
HO Wesley Glen wood Bright, Niota,
154.
211—Arlet Nathan Hopson, Basco.
155
104—Waiter
Paul Mathes, Mallard.
156*
157__William C. Houston, Good Hope.
31—Earl Woodrow Beckman, War
saw, 158.
96—Volney Iris Canfield, Dallas
City, 159.
124—Walter Harper Dorsett, Augus
ta, 160.
53—Alva S. Pyles, Stillwell, 161.
43—Elva Clem Robinson, La Harpe,
162.
142—William
Harpe, 173.
22—John Francis Carle, Tennessee,
174.
21—Wiley Henry Berlet, La Harpe,
Sequel To
Love For Doff
The little child's doll Is mother to Qm
moat romantic folry. And in the years ttat
ms, tfea don fsdes Into the petals of a
Jane rose, to erolre the saort •wondrous at
•11 traasfonaatlons.
And now comes a more serious Period
when tha Jor of real motherhood
bs as truqail as best efforts can provide
r**~ _t &
ba as trmBQuii
THE DAILY GATE CITY
175.
Granville Gammon, Dis­
co, 163.
106—Elmer Roscoe Buckert, Warsaw,
164.
134—Glade Plalr Satterfield, Plym
outh, 165.
80—Fred C. Mitze, Warsaw, 166.
201—Jesse Everett Allen, Bowen, 167.
127—'Harry Ketchum McAfee, Au
gusta, 16S.
101—Franklin John Mulch, Basco,
169.
159—Earl Calhoun, Carthage, 170.
170—Albert G. Weber, Nauvoo, 171.
144—Howard Shryrock, La Harpe,
172.
23—Clarence Walter Millard, La
1
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st cu«i»
Thin if locotopUshed with ft weaderful ran"
odr knows as Mother's
Friend.
An external
application ao penetratln* In Its nature aa
to ttoroofhlr lubricate the nqrriad networt
of cords, tendooa, nerrea and musclea juat
beneath the akin of the abdomen.
It relieves the tension, prevent* tenderness
and pain at the crisis ond enables the ate
domen to expairf rent^. The muadw cot
tract naturaUy after balir wtIt«» and tM
form thus preserved.
It should be appHcd dally, nlfht and mora
Inr, duriny tho period of expectancy. By
regular use it enables tha. abdomen to
pJJd without the Oftial strain when baby
is born. Naturally, pain and dancer at the
crinis is less.
Ton will find Mother's Friend on sale at
every dru* atore. It ia prepared only br
the Bradfleld Regulator Cor La«"»r
Bid?.. Atlanta, Ga. Tber will aen« yon an
instructive "Mothefhood Book" without charge
i« a rW« nnf vtajlai
Write them to mail it to you. Do no«•*£££
•ssrisiss:fcrtlfr
180—Walter Francis Lunt, Stillwell,
176.
75—Lemie Ollie Roach, Hamilton,
177.
50—Holbrock B. Hamilton, Augusta,
178.
47—Estes Rhea Thompson, La
Harpe, 179.
12fi—Walter Jennings Bowen, La
Harpe, 180.
8.6—Laun Brownlee, Mallard, 181.
60—Edward Henry Limkemann, Sufc
ter, 1S2.
129—Osborn Fred Daily, Pontoosuc,
183.
205—Hubert Andrew Staff, Loraine,
184.
183—Clarence Morton Gooding, Mal
lard, 185.
73—Willis Huston Lovitt, La Harpe,
186.
167—Alvin Casper Buckert, Hamilton,
187.
169—Raymond Roy George, Blandins
ville, 1S8.
Ill—Arthur Russell Philip Hammel,
Warsaw, 189.
175—Erwin Donald Schilson, Hamil
ton, 190.
146—Myron Francis Mull, Colchester,
191.
9—Henry W. Brashear, Hamilton,
192.
20—-Leo Emil Haas, Nauvoo, 193.
100—Leland
Elard Nagel, Hamilton,
194.
115—Walter Leland Weston, Sutter,
195.
109—Chalmers ESsworth Swigelson,
Hamilton, 196.
5—William Ziegler, Warsaw, 197.
166—Howard Talcott Perry, Car
thage, 198.
117—Leonard Baptist Hardy, Car
thage, 199.
139—Jesse Brooks, Carthage, 200.
AYRES CHAPMAN, Jewelers
BAU R-M4J(-LARKY CO, Shoes
CENTRAL DRY GOODS STORE.
OUNCAN-SCHELL FURNITURE CO.
EWERS-M-CARTHY CO., Clothing
GOLDEN RULE DEPARTMENT STORE
HODGE & HAWKES, Shoes
J. M. HUISKAMP A SON, Shoes
FRANK H. JONES CO. Men's Clothing A Furnishings
LINQULST BROS., House Furnishers
LOWITZ, Big New Department Store.
Keokuk Stores Refund Your
Traveling Expenses
When You Attend Our
CHAUTAUQUA
JULY 22nd to 27th
Do your shopping at the same time and we will gladly apply a goodly
portion of your purchases towards defraying your
traveling expenses.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE AND HEAR:
GABRIEL McGUIRE—Tuesday Night
WILSON McCORD—-Wednesday Afternoon
RICHARD P. HOBSON—Wednesday Night
BOB LEEDS—Thursday Night
W. J. BRYAN—Friday Afternoon
GEORGE PEARSON—Friday Night
MUSICAL DAY—Saturday
KEOKUK'S BEST STORES
Keokuk Fare Refunding Association
133—Curtis RL Hughes, Plymouth,
201.
105—George Henry Wilcox, Pontoo
suc, 202.
42—Russell Leland Campbell, E2vas
ton, 203.
17S—Walter St Ores, Dallas City,
204.
174—Stephen William Tetter, Car
thage, 205.
121—Floyd Ellsworth Stump, Blvas
ton, 206.
162—Loy Veach, Bowen, 207.
132—Pearl Leroy Prown, Dallas City,
208.
118—Joseph F. Schmitz, Warsaw, 209.
97—Clarence Alvin McKooo, Hamil
ton, 210.
171—Ernest Myers, Carthage, 211.
152—Frank Merland Hayes, Car
thage, 212.
At the regular monthly meeting of
the city council, the "annual appro
priation bill,'* making appropriations
for corporate purposes and liabilities
of the city at Carthage for the cur
rent fiscal year, commencing May 1,
1918, and ending Airil 30, 1919, was
filed, in which the following appro
priations were made:
For salaries—
Per diem of the city corandl, in
cluding the mayor $ 400
For city clerk 300
For city attorney 200
For city marshal and police ... 1800
For superintendent of streets .. 800
For city treasurer 200
Total for salaries £3700
For maintaining fire department
and purchasing necessary sup
plies for same $1000
For sidewalks. Including labor,
lumber, cement and other ma
terial .......1500
For streets, alleys, bridges 2500
PASSED A*0 COPYRIGHTED FY THE COMWITTE*
Of*
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HATK)N, WASHINGTON. FROM CENTRAL H*W».PHOTO SC«V1C«,
NIGHT EYES OF THE ARMY
Battery of lights in operation at night locating aeroplanes that
are sent up for the purpose of detectms a
.lij- 'jtA
suauoaed
enemy craft
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a MEGCHELSEN, Dry Goods
JULES RCNAUD'S SON, Jeweler
C. H. ROLLINS A CKK Books, Stationery, Office 3wp.
SGHELL-OEMPLE FURNITURE CO.
SULLIVAN «. AUWERDA, Dry Goods
WEI A CO, Clothing
WILKINSON A CO, Drug Store
WINGER BROS, Dry Goods
THE M. YOUNKER STORE, Dry Goods
THE ROYAL CLOAK CO, Ready-to-wear for Women
Resinol
healed that ugly skin eruption!
Resinol Ointment heals skin irrita
tions that if neglected become serious.
One email pimple or slight blotch
man the most beautiful face. A pitch
of itching eczema or other skin ail
ment causes great discomfort and
mnch misery.
For lighting streets and alleys. .3300
For claim fund 1400
For public library 300,
For public parks 1200
For payment of bonds maturing
and all interest accruing dur
ing present fiscal year .2400
For oiling streets 2000
Total appropriations exclusive
of appropriations for bonded
indebtedness and interest
thereon, public library, pub
lic parks and oiling the
streets is the sum of $15,400
For bonded indebtedness and
interest 2,400
For public parks —..... 1,200
For public library «... 800
For oiling streets 2,000
Grand total for all purposes $19,800
OFFICIAL REPORT
OF SUPERVISORS
^Continued from page 5.)
ipay all damages and costs that may
be assessed, against said county aris
ing or growing out of the establish
ment of said road, and the auditor of
I Lee county. Iowa, is hereby ordered and
I instructed to notify the township
clerks of Cedar and Marion townships
jof the establishment of said highway
upon the compliance of petitioners
with the above payments and condi
tions and that said puiblic highway
shall be open for public travel within
ten days after the said conditions and
payments are complied with, without
expense to Lee county. Iowa.
The minutes of thte day's session
were read and on motion approved,
TXITOSEVEIS
Resinol heata skin sicknesses be
cause ft contains harmless anttdetes
for such conditions.
Resinol Ointment was originated bf
a doctor for the treatment of ecxema
and other skin affections, so you need
not hesitate: to use it At all dealers.
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RATES PER DAY
Single, detached bath, $1.50 & $3
private $2.50 to |5
Two persons $3 to 9%
JOHN C. O'NEILL, Manager
miimigMlMMMHiIMM
whereupon the board adjourned to f:
meet Tuesday, July 2, 1918 at 9
clock a, m, I
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