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THEY If !fl if no •arclutiom artutm ..** "'V iN THE BIG ONE WAS FED AVALON FARMS HOG-TONE —Tha Liquid Hot Conditioner, Fattonmr and Worm Remoutw W-. —THE RUNT WASN'T both started life at the same time and weight. given the same feed under the same conditions with tion. The big one got his tegular dose of AVALON FARMS HOG-TONE— the Liquid Hog Tonic, Conditioner and Fattener—and tbe runt didn't. The big one is tbe kind that tops mar kets and brings bigprofits to the pockets of the hog raiser. The runt cost more to raise than he will ever bring in the mar ket. And the difference was brought •boot by 20 cents worth of AVAL.ON FARMS HOG-TONE. HOG-TONE puts new life into hogs—makes them eat more and grow fat at an amazing rate. It helps them to combat disease and eli McGrath Bros. Drug Co. Corner Fifth and Main Streets New vs. Old Thas HE Brunswick Method of Reproduction established new standards of tone pro jection, due to two outstanding features two departures from old methods. The Ultona reproducer enables you to play all records at their best. Just a turn of the hand presents to each type the proper point and dia phragm, its exact position on the record, and the precise degree of pressuie. As no one record maker has all the desirable singers and entertainers, the advantages of the Ultona are easily appreciated. The Brunswick Amplifier brings out tones hitherto lost and eliminates the usual metallic sounds, for it is built entirely of molded wood like a fine violin. Le£ us explain all the features of The Bruns wick to you. We shall gladly put it to any test you wish. But you shall be the judge of its superiorities Collier Stationery Co. 623 Main Street. Keokuk, Iowa. FARM MORTGAGES High Grade Farm Mort gages for the large and small investor. Let us help you to in vest your funds safely and wisely. Over thirty-nine years without a loss to an in vestor. O'Harra Farm Loan Company 615Y2 Blondeau St. Keokuk, Iowa. Wi They were one excep minate the worms that ore the hog rais er's greatest foe to prohts. Splendid for pregnant sows—helps to produce health ier. sturdier pip. Come in the store tell us the number of your herd—and we will give you enough HOG-TONE to treat all your hogs 60 days. Yon don't '. If the results of give us a the HC~ fy you. rynpy the HOG-TONE treatment .fail to satis* cost you nothing. FOR SALE BY at their Royal Bridal Gift No other gift in the whole list of givable things has such per sonal appeal as pretty silver. Non© can com pare with it for at a iv and beauty. This store is the logical place to find the newest and best In silver. Ster ling, Sheffield and sil ver plate the best patterns of the vari ous makers—are here for your selection. R£ N A "Th« Silver Shop." wtss CHICAGO, Sept. 25.—With the the Cincinnati Reds Other items tmericar. league championship safely posted were: 4 to 5 Sox to In lowed. Chicago bookies actively be-!series 11 to 10 tin operations today, establishing (game 7 to 10 Sox to win first ^me. he Sox team an 8 td 8 favorite over'No even money bets were announced. Redo to take nrsi. STOLEN AUTO IS Fl Ford Roadstor Which Was Taken Last Friday is Recovered by Po lice Officers Here Yes terday. MAN RENTED THIS SHED Said He Wanted to Store a Car In It —No One Knows When Auto Was Brought to Hiding Place. The Ford roadster which was stolen last Friday night, and which belonged to the Iowa Can company, war recov ered yesterday afternoon about three o'clock, by Chief Hennfeman and Patrolman Wilson. They round the car in a private garage on North Eleventh street between Main i.od Blondeau streets. The garage waa rented last week, and the police have a description of the man who closed the deal for the building. It is not known when the car got Into the garage, or who brought it there. The parties who own the building were approached one day about the middle of the week, by 3 man who said that he wanted to rent the gw&ge to store a car in. He did not state definitely when the car would be brought in, or anything fur ther about the details. The car was found in the shed yes terday when the officers went to the premises. There was nothing done to change the appearance of the car, even the license plate had not been removed. The people from whom the garage was rented know nothing of when tfte car got into the barn. They heard nothing and saw no one around It is the belief of the police that the car was taken up there the night of the theft or perhaps a night later r.nd Just left there, with the idea of get ting it out a little later on. The police now are endeavoring to catch the man who did the renting of the garage, and evidently knows some thing about the disappearance of the car. He told the people from whom: he rented the building, that if he didn't bring the car a friend of his might. The description of the renter was given the police officials. The car has been turned over to the Iowa Can company. EXTRA SPECIAL NOTICE. Mrs. Holman now in charge of Gos eard and W. B. corsets. The trade will be delighted to know this. It means courtesy and skill. 10 percent cash discount for few days to intro duce the new models. Expert fittings free. IXyWITZ DEPT. STORE. NOTICE. Effective October 1, 1919, the mini mum charge for classified advertise-1 ments will be twenty-five cents for each Insertion. Advertisements must be paid for In advance. The Gate City Co. CITY NEWS. A. 7:30, work In P. and M. E. M. degrees. —Patrons of the classified columns sending advertisements in over the phone must arrange to send payment for same on dr.y the notice is to ap pear, as all classified advertising is on a strictly cash basis. —Word was received here today that the state Y. M. C. A. older boys' conference will be held in Cedar Rapids on November 28, 29 and 30. It is expected that about 1,200 boys will be in attendance. —^tev. Frank Lee, district superin tendent of Union mission of St. Louis, will speak at the Union mission, 13 South Third street. In the library building, Friday, Saturday and Sun day evenings, at 8 o'clock also Sun day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Subscribers to The Gate City should notify the business office if their paper is not delivered prompt ly. All complaints should reach this office before 6 o'clock, as the busl ness office closes at that hour. NEW FIRE TRUCK I EXPECTED HERE Additional Motor Apparatus for Keo kuk Has Been Shipped and Will Arrive Any Day Now. The new fire truck which has been shipped from Elmira, N. Y., Is ex pected to arrive here finy day. The truck will not be unloaded until an expert from the factory arrives to superintend the Job. __ The truak is made by the La France Pepalmyra, THE D/-:LY GATE CITY AND CONSTITUTION-DEMOCRAT Coats I —Dance Friday evening. Woodman hall. Given by Agne's 7 piece orches tra. Rights reserved. —Classified advertising must be paid for In advance. Telephone or ders are accepted at the risk of the patron. —A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. George W. Barnes at Dubuque. Mrs. Barnes was Miss Jane Mills before her marriage. —Puckechetuck lodge No. 43 meets every Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock. Otto Oehmingen. N. G. W. L. Utley, recording secretary. First initiatory degree. —Mrs. Walter Miller, of Keokuk. Rotite No. 2, who was operated on at -Graham hospital September 20. is getting along nicely. Mrs. Miller was formerly Miss Lottie Sweet. —Special meeting of Gate City chapter. No. 7, R. A. M., Friday, Sep-, terober 26. "Work in M. M. degree, at 4 p. m. 6:30, dinner at Y. W. C. L* IUW IfHTfl Coats still remain full and loose, althougji not so vol uminous as last year. The line of the shoulder and armhole is, in many cases, large, in kimono effect, but the set in sleeve is well represented. Coats have the appearance of being moderately nar row at the feet, but are given greater width than last year by the introduction of inverted pleats at the sides and back. Fabrics for Coats Silvertone in all the most favored shades and heavy mixed weaves are largely employed for coats. Sullivan & Our Cus tomers Are Satisfied Because we give them that degree of service and co-operation es sential to good eye sight with glasses. Our service does not stop with your pur chase of our glasses you are not charged by the visit—we guar antee you good vision before we are through One Reasonable Charge For Examination, Glasses, Service E N A Jeweler, Optometrist CUNNINGHAM & HAWKES Funeral Directors and Embalmera 420-422 Blondeau St. Phone 218—Day or Nlflht Free Chapel Ambulance Service I truck yeeterday by Duilding aTxmflro !of boxes and having a real alarm. The truck was formally accepted fol lowing the test with this mock fire. NOTICE. Effective October be Mo., christened its new 1, 1918, the ®,n|" mum charge for classified advertise ments will be twenty-five cents for each insertion. Advertisements must paid for in advance. City Co. The CJate Once in a while good for her press We invite you to come and look at the beautiful garments we now have. It matters not whether you come to merely look or to buy, you are just as welcome, and will re ceive the same attention in the one instance as in the other. We want you to feel at home in our store and use it to your own pleasure and convenience. W. Suits Fabrics Colors THE RETAIL PRICtS OF W.L.DOUGLAS SHOES ARE IHE SAME EVERYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES FOR MEN the 616 MAIN STRiEET JtM •hi: An infinite variety of styles is offered, ranging from the suit with a thigh-length coat of semi-fitted lines to the knee-length loosely belted type with low waist line. All suit fabrics bordering on the pile variety are in high favor. Velours, suede cloth, silvertone, yalanui, tinseltone, serge, tricotine and poiret twill are also rep resented in our fall exhibit. The various shades of brown, mixtures, navy blue and black gre thg most desired colors for the present season. W.L.DOUGLAS THE SHOE THAT HOLDS ITS SHAPE" $4.00 to $10.00 Yon can Save Money by Wearing W. L. Douglas Shoes. The best Known Shoes in the World. You'll never need to ask "What is the price when you are purchasing a pair of W. L. Douglas Shoes because the actual value is determined and the retail price settled at the factory, then stamped on the sole and inside top facing.for your protec tion. The stamped price is W. L. Douglas personal guarantee that the shoes are always worth the price paid for them. The quality of W. L. Douglas product is guaranteed by more than 40 years experi ence in making fine shoes. The smart styles are the leaders in the fashion centers of America. They are made in a well equipped factory at Brockton, Mass., by the highest paid,skilled shoemakers, under the? direction and supervision of experi enced men, all working with an honest determination to make the best shoes for price that money can buy. The retail orices are the same everywhere. They cost no more in San Francisco than they do in New York. .It will pay you to call and see the snappy styles for this season's wear. They are in a class by themselves. MILLER, THE SHOEMAN oalwf"'so-.' people .pecialtv ofI How/X a^ent believing the impossible. a. la aouar. f. THDBS!AY, SEPT. 2fc 1919. WOMEN BOYS* SHOES But ia Ik* World •3.00*4.00*0.00 KEOKUK, IOWA 1 ,he •U0"' *U"