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The Swellest Of The Swell Swell Surries, Swell Phaetons Swell Buggies, Swell Road Wagons WE Carry The Latest Creations in Style, The Best In Quality, And The Lowest In Price. Visit our Sample Rooms and see the Biggest and Best Stock of Wheeled Vehicles in the city. A. JAEGER, THE LEADING HARDWARE AND STOVE DEALER. ;l 'j Speak a good word for your ! home paper. Some big bargains in shirts at ', Rogers. J W. O. Foreman is spending jthe week at West Ely. 1 1 The Burlington Railroad will not employ a cigarette smoker. Our $1.00 73c at Wash Pants for Rogers. i Leonard Crisler has paid the ; tax and is now a full fledged ; real estate agent. miss uamerine isiepnens en tertained a party of friends last evening. Rev. Wiley J. Patrick filled appointments at Bethlehem Saturday and Sunday. You will find the Best Clothing at Cut Prices at J. Anderson's. 7 Thomas Irons, of Hunnewell, was a busiuess visitor in the city Tuesday. E. R. Taft, of Farber, Mo., was attending to business in the city Monday. i raw b H jH m 0 0 Will thank you all their lives for the good ap' pearance you helped them to make ia their girlhood by buying all their clothing here, and For good ice go to J. W. Bur ditt. All kind summer goods at re duced prices at Rogers. Buy W. B. Corsets at Williamson & Ragsdaee's. White chamois gloves with black embroidery at Rogers. Misses Bessie Elzeaaud Mary Owensby are visiting in Han nibal this week. The P. E. O's. will meet with Mrs. Walter Williamson at 2:30 p. m. Saturday. Great Reduction Sales on all1 Mrs. M. B. Carson spent the classes of troods at J. B. Ander-' first of the week in the city of son's. 7-20 Flowers with relatives. Rev. James Bishop, of Novel ty. Mo. spent yesterday in the city with friends. A. B. Warner was attending to business in the Bluff City the first of the week. Don't forget to go to "The Drug Store" first door south of the Post Office. If you owe me please call and settle All accounts on my books were due Julv 1st. Rogers. The Fraternal Picnic is due Aug. 3rd. Now will von be good, and clean up the streets. Dr. W. A. Hatch was attend ing to ministerial duties at Louisiana and Clarksville, Mo., Saturday and Sunday. W. B. Corsets are the only Corset that Steels and Bones will not push through. Sold by Williamson & Ragsdalf. Charley E. Woods and wifj have moved from the Woodland Mo. farm to Macomb, 111., where he Mr. Wood will enter business. After a pleasant visit with her parents Dr. L. F. Nelson and wife, Mrs. B. B. Brown and family have returned to her home, in Edina. Prof. R. S. Nichols as in structor of the Nudaway Coun ty School Institute has been teaching the teachers how to teach the young ideas how to shoot. jWHEN THEY GROW UPp 0 And get married they will remember this store as the place mother always traded. We will be doing business with your grand' children because we always sell you honest goods at honest prices, and because we carry the famous 0 0. g CLOVER BRAND SHOES x . INotcd tor SI YLb AND DURABILITY. Here are some prices that will please you on goods you need. S For job printingof all kinds the Democrat is head quarters and our prices are right. Now is The Time to get summer goods Anderson's. n Ladlea Kid Shoe a Ladlea Fine Shoes Ladies O. K. Shoes Ladies Anchor Shoes Ladi' s Fancy Top Shoe in all the Lasts l.oo Men' l'80Men' .2.00 $3.00 Huavy Box Calf Shoe Fine Shoe Men's Pino Shoes in all tin Colors $;i 5Q 'Araisjo" Shoes. J.OO ::... o 18.00 We Close At 7 '30, Except Saturday, After a pleasant visit of sev eral weeks. Dr. J. J. Norton re turned from Spa Ul ing Monday. Mrs. Richards and daughters, of Kansas City, are the guests of their friends, W. T. Barry and wife. Joe Carmody is the happy old batch. His fancy mare has a still more fancy colt and Joe thinks it will make a second Nancy Hanks. Mrs. Ida V. Green and chil dren, of Shelbina who have been the guests of relatives here, left Tuesday noon for a visit with Palmyra relatives. J f - YTt. 1. a TJI-.t ,.f yOUr 1UI . uuu vim i o, tfaiuca i hill wi cheap at J. B. 1 union Aims muian are me 7-20 ' Proud parents of quadruplets. i All girls. No wonder the ques- Gallaher, of Old tion, "is marriage a failure" was in the city uk. X Fr. E. T. Mines. Mo. Tuesday enroute to Indian Creek. His many friends both here and there were glad to see him again. Peter Nichols and Frank Porter came into this city Mon j One of the infant twins of W. D. Sandiferof near Sharpsburg j died Thursday night. The re mains of the innocent were laid New chamois Glovs at Rogers. W. E. Shearman and family, of Victor, came down Tuesday New Belt Buclcles. and Beatitv Pins. Bracelets Rogers. Misses Minnie. Margaret and Jennie Yancy. of Hunnewell, i to rest in the Sharpsburg cein. , "fternoon to spend several days were shopping in the city Tu day and after tanking up .rot ry yestemay at o p into a fight. Frank donated; W. S. Holhday of the Carrol-j $7.73 and Peter $9 73 to the city 1 ton Democrat and J. H. Holli for their fun. j day of Chicago spent the first) of the week in the city with; their brother Rev. O. B. Holli 1 W. Retherford left for Des- Moiues, Iowa, Monday He had nothing particular in view, merely trusting to Providence. Lee Davis, of Warren, was in the city Monday and it came very near costing him a set of harness and a new buggy. m. day. with relatives. Miss Olie Boarmau went over to Quincv Sunday after noon to visit her mother who is in the hospital there. Light weight clothing at al- dav. Mesdaines Jackson and James Redd were old friends in Marion yesterday. Mastin visiting County C. M. Sullivan ferson Citv where He! Prosecuting Attorney T. T. 1 was in such a hurrv to see the I Rhodes and Miss Nellie Blakev . , . -1 - nignt. , sj.rilts ,,f the .;tv th.it- he f.iilprt i of Paris were in the citv vester- to hitch his mare securelv and! day. Thev were looking for she didn't do a thing but tear the harness to pieces. most your own price RoGERS. ! ;i week with Jasper McClintic is telling a cute story on two of our sweet est temperence girls. He says a grass snake ran them up the walk when they were out to at tend a "swell" tea. Ira (Dick) P. Stephens is tak ing in Oklahoma City this weeK. If he strikes pay dirt, dirt that will pan out handsomely, he will stake a claim where the sun shines and the fleas grow. Mrs. W, 0. Foreman is the truest of her daughter, Mrs. Pearl Young, near Palmyra, Mrs. Foreman has been in delicate health lor several months, but it is a pleasure to ltarn that she is improving. Harry A. Piersol failed to send the papers to this office explaining his case, but, we noticed in the daily press short accounts of his acquittal, Therefere we believe him to be as "white as wool," though he failed to say so. Sunday night a Hannibal coon went gunning and just for the; fun of the thing shot his ex-wife in the back and his mother-in-law in the gizzard and then pulled for tall timber. The po lice failed to locate him but could easily find the wounded women. t ice of Osteopathy has opened a ! branch office at the Old Insti tute building. This will be ia charge of Dr- Lulu B. Hamilton. Dr. Burton will examine pa- j tients here each Sat. aftemoon. I evidence in the Jester case. From here they followed the skein to Iudian Creek. Monday morning the pencil Misses Teresa Anna Lou Thomas of Lakenan, are the guests of their friend. Miss Sallie Bell, of Ralls County. Miss Edna Eakle of Ft. Worth Texas is the guest of pusher was in the Cigar Fac-her uncle Henry C. Eakle. She tory. While there smoking is one of the bright flowers Carmody's tine Monroe cigars from the Lone Star State. we had the pleasure of seeing: ,. . T. . . . k c , . , How did the big sorrel horse him receve four orders for , . .. . . , .. i.Minn im lit." iff Iricn i in wt cigars. It is evident that the . , , .. . . Z . f . ,in trout of tire home ot a fane people away from the Queen of ... , , , c r rL . . . 7 , looking saleslady? Of course - me frames Knew goou goons . ., Dr. J. C. Burton, who is lo-! when tUev s;imple them. ; c::n"ot asU the -VOUnsJ doCtor cated iu Hannibal for the prac-i . n" , from Rev. L T. Fawks in which 1 If Carl Jaeger the manager he asks us to published an in- of the Opera Hfliuse is auytning. vitation to the Sunday School, s he is a hustler, He has already Enworth Leagues Christian En- booked eight (b) good shows for deavor societies and all the peo pie of this city to attend a Su.i During an electrical storm day School picnic, Aug. 3th at Saturday afternoon the light-1 the public well on the county uing struck the dome of the line road, 0 miles north of Hun State House at Jefferson City unwell. A large attendance, and tore a big hole in the slate good music and some good roof. speaking is expected. off for Jet lie is spend- his mother and sister. Mrs. J. Will Evans. FRAI ERNAl. PICNIC. Put your shoulder to the wheel and win out. Give the band wagon a start and show all other towns what tine music is. Where the wagon goes, there the crowd will be found and fail, has always been left out of the vocabulary Qi e n of the Prairies From July JO t August ." is a short time but long enough for the Muiirue people to accomplish anything ,0 ti the coming season and has made arrangements for programs up to that end and will get fresh ones out, as plays are booked. The leading businessmen of the city, through his efforts have THE LAST STRAW. In the Gates Jester case the last straw to break the camel's back has been discovered. The calf that was said to have been a Buffalo calf twenty-eight years ago turns out to be a bull buffalo lap robe later. That is the calf has lost no time, it grew into a robe in twenty years There are at least seventeen men at Indian Creek ISWtnkey) who remember that become interested aud taken bull buffalo robe when it passed advertising space with him- through tut village as a call.