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The preUiest tlanneletts and
outings at Williamson's J. G Stabal, of Bloomington, III., is looking after his real estale business. New walking skirts received this week at Williamson's. Homer Hickman, ot Hunnr well, was a visitor in the ritv J Tuesday. Underwear and hosiery cheap- er at Williamson's than any place in town. Joe A O.inno'lv. the boss ci- gar man of the Uluff Citv was, In the City with ttiends yestes day. Mrs. W. S. Wilson spent a portion last week with rela tives in Palmyra. The P. E. O's. will meet with Mrs. Root. Meriwether at 2:80 p. m next Saturday. Al Montgomery is at home once more for a visit. Al al ways receives a cordial wel come from his friends. j Spalding and Hickman Oilp, ' ped two-thorough b 1 houviU (Saturday to L. V. Campbell. ! R. I. The new waistings and dress ) fl Mrs- ?' Wine is .pending . " I the week in Quincv with her eroods at Williamson's are the prettiest in town. See them before you buy. Photographs x at x Belle Johnson's Studio Daniel Reardon and wife came In Tuesday night from Topeka. Kans. and again make this their home. Miss Mabel McMasters has returned from a delightful vis it with her sister, Mrs. John Gocch in Shelby ville. M. A. Hornback has hoodooed Congressman Lloyd of the First District and prevailed upon him to join the Married Men's League. daughter, Mrs shall. Thornton Mar Ned Hagan, of Audrain Coun ty. spent a portion of the week here and south of the city with relatives. Robert O, Cranston, mail clerk on the K Line, spent Sun day in the city with old friends. He now resides in Louisiana, Mo. We congratulate him up on being promoted twice during the year. Mrs. Mamie Wood of Colum bus, Ohio, who has been visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs G. W. Williams north of town the past two months left for ner iiome i uesuay mormiiir at Yesterday must have been Monroe day at the Quincy street fair, to judge by the s-ize of the delegation that left litre. Mrs. Ed McGee. of Paris, formerly Miss Lula Evans, of this city, has presented her husband with a pretty girl baby. Mrs. William Patterson and children, of Quincy. spent the latter part of last week in the city with her shter. Mrs E. L. Anderson. White fleecedOpiques at W'l -liamson's. Mrs. M. Morrowitz attended the Q street fair Tuesday. Jno. B. Settle spent last week at the state fair at Springfield, III. V. C. Spalding was a busi uess visitor in Palmyra Satur day. Mrs. H. W. Wood is attend ing the St. Louis Pair this week. For siilu 4 room house. Ham. 2 lots, well nnd cistern 1 lots, good loca tion. a snap call on Node Green. John R 'Baxter, of Hunting ton, was a business visitor in the city Monday. Hon. W. S. McOlintic was a business visitor in the City of Flowe-s. Monday. Miss Ruth McAfee, of the Saccnarine village, came down Monday to visit friends. Prof. J M. McMurry of Pal myra, came up Tuesday to visit his daughter Mrs. Leonard Gosney. Miss Rebecca Wood spent the latter part of last week with her mother south of the city. She is a student at tin Centenary at Palmyra. Mrs. Eva Priest, formerly of this city d'-d ;" St. Louis Sun day and the leMuins were taken to her old home. Hannibal, but I were interred at Flint Hill ! Church. j A Man of Mys'.ery will be the attraction at the Opera House Friday night by the Steelsmith companied by her mother as : Van Dyke Co. Don't fail to see far as St. Louis, where they i it. One of the finest plays you will stay a tow days to attend the St. Louis fair. will see this season in Monroe City. Seats on sale now 1 j Mrs. Jennie Bond returned from near Stoutsville Monday afternoon where she had been visit Ing relatives. John Mudd of Columbus 'unc tion. Iowa, came in Sunday to spend two days with his sister. Mrs T. E FHzpa trick. Don't forget the oyster sup per at thn dome of D. W. Tomp kins,ofonr miles northwest of this city n.-xt Thursday night. E. J. A exunderof Brooktieid came down Sunday to visit his uncle; Dr. Norton who has been quite siclr for some time. r m i J. J. Fitzpatrick's i i i Drug! I Store I mmmhmI headquarters for School Supplies Books, Tablets, Pencils, Crayons, Erasers, Etc mm i v V m w t Dr. A. Miles of Stoutsville spent Sunday in the city with friends. He expects to move from Stoutsville to Perry this week. J: Frank Smith, editor of the Greenwood (Neb) News, spent the first of the week in the city with his interesting family and friends. Emmet Hal lock has secured a position on the Marion County Herald (Palmyra). He has fre quently assisted in the DEMO CHAT office and we wish him well. J. Art Melson, of Jackson ville. Fla.. came in Monday. He is buying a car load of horses for the southern market. While In the city he paid the Democrat an appreciated call. Clifton Paris, of Sacramento. Cal.. er.route to the John Hop kins Med. College at Baltimore, Md., and of Mexico. Mo., have been visiting their friend, a pretty blonde south of the city. You should hear Lieutenant Governor John A. Lee at 1:30 next Tuesday afternoon. Harry Jarman is assisting the Empire band of Quincy at the Quincy fair this week. Mrs. A. L Nolen, of Paris, will be the guest of her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown. R. I. Con ot L.iGrange, spent Sunday in the city with friends and preached at the Grace Baptist Church. Daniel Phillips, of Philadel phia, was a business visitor in the Queen of the Prairies yes terday. Mrs. Ed Moss and daughtei. Miss Jessie, ot Woodland, were in the city yesterday on a shopping expedition. Miss Virginia Bell, of south of the city, one of the success ful educators, is now one of the tutors in the Miami schools. James Colvert of Naditie has been visiting relatives north of the citv. Miss Mariah White accompanied him ho.ne for a visit. Miss Sadie Hag ir, the expert trimmer, is now at Miss Tudie S vi'ilcey's where she will be P e'l to meet her many friends, Davenport & Lear, Real Es trtle and Loan AgeH, have sold lor Mrs Cornelia A. Elliott her nice iiltle farm of 5."A acres just east of town, to George A. Megowii. Isaac Melson, of Stoutsville, was In the city on business yesterday. Col. Will T. Youell is crying the big sale for J.B Foster 7 miles south of Bbelblua today. At Paris they are now pass ing the evenings by meeting and building railroads (on pt per) Mr. and Mrs. W. W, Shaw, of Early, Iowa, are the guests of their cousin. M B. Garner. It is Mr. Shaw's first visit to Mis souri in 33 years. Mis Susie Riddle, for the past IS mouths a typo In this office, leaves to da. for Palm) ra where she has a like position in the Palmyra Spectator. Miss Susie has the well wishes of each of her fellow wor.fers. W. A. Sullivan's horse trot 0 frightened at a Katy train and ran-awav with him vesteni.iv Mr. Suylvan was thrown oui but not seriously injured. The horse ran up Ma n S'.to Vine St. where the run a bout collid ed with a farm wagon and took a wheel off of i There was only a lew scratch - on the horse and iho .s .a lorn off of the run a bout to show tor the race. During the past week our cit izens have had an opportunity to hear some good sound Demo cratic doctrine On Wednesday night after we had igone to press Hon James T. L'lyd, the able and Tearless Congressman from the 1st Mo. District pre sented many good reasons why any man who is not the owner of a big block of Irust stock (an I the big trust owner too, if he wouul follow the Golden Rule) should vote the Demo cratic ticket in November. Then on Friday afternoon Hon. J. A. Reed, the brilliant Mayor of Kansas City, tra here. His speech, while he called it only a talk, was one uf he hest rver delivered in this city t was a strong. logical, fearless ar raignment of the Republican party on the great now before I he p ople, On Sunday Clay B. Clark is o:.e of the best fellows m town ) it ab sent minded. He got behind with his upholstering a work that he iosi the run of the days and oil Sunday morning went to his shop and to work and for three hours worked like a tow-head, in fact unt ! two of his Methodist brethren came It '-as. ien - .Ter u juet to i'. on the aloug and told llii cracking the'S cleaned up a nd ing to jk a u , c -church and placed Pastors desk. Tonight An Eastern Romance at the Opera House. One of those beautiful Down East New England Comedies. A great Heart story filled with paV. s and Comedy. Equal in all ie spects to Way Down East. R. M. Snyder, one of the St. Louis boodlers and bribers was convicted and a sentenced ot five jears given him. The jury was out fifty nine minutes. He has taken an appeal and is out on $25,000 bond. The Sharpsourg church is needing some repairs, .including a new roof. The members are determined that the repairs shall be made and are hard at work. They will give an oys ter supper at the home of D. W. Tompkins Thursday night. Oct. 16, the proceeds to be used for repairing the church. Attend. Ten Weeks for Ten Cents. As a special and temporary offer to readers of this paper, we will mail The Public to per sons not now subscribers inr ten weeks for tn cents. The Public is a HI page re view for democratic Democrats and democratic republicans; its opinions are expressed without fear or favor; it gives an inter esting and connected weekly narrative of all historical news; it always has a cartoon worth seeing, a book notice worth reading, and miscellaneous! matter hoi valuable ,uiH inter. eating; and.ti is liked oy mtelli- gent women a well as intelli ! gent men. The editor is Louis ' !' Post. Send ten cents in . ver or stamps for ten weeks' t.ial. Mention this paper. Address: The Public. Unity Bldg.. Chicago. III. Special Sales. On trimmed hats at Miss Tudie Swinkey's. They are the latest, prettiest and best on the .,' , ,,,.,-i- , i uia wee a lUdl IU 1. Indian Creek. Mrs. Amos Miller, of Nebras ka, died at the home of her father in law in Sherman Co. Mo., Monday. Sept 29, of typhoid fever. Mrs. Miller was on hT way borne to vi-.it her f-ither. James Smith and family but never reached here. God called her to her true home. Deceased leaves a husband, four children. 1 latin Hve brothers and one sister i mourn their loss. She was buiii J from the Catholic church of which she was a devout member TT..r relatives and friends have car deepest sympathy. Miss Cora Carrico. teacher at Cooperville. is out of school on account of sickness. Monday, while out driving, the team ran away with Mrs. Dug 'fully throwing her and i wo children out of the buggy. Little Charley had one leg broken and sustained several other injuries. Mrs. Tally was bruised quite badly. The bug gy was lorn to pieces. Mrs. Lou Willet, from Hanni bal, is visiting at J. K. Carrico's Millinery. In styles, in quality and prices the Tudie Swiukey Milli uery Establishment is the lead er and has for fifteen years nevertaiiedtoplea.se the pub P. W. Flanagan, wife and interesting babe are in from Kiowa visiting their many rela tives and friends. James Smit'- and daughter, Miss Effie, were called to the bedside of their daughter ltd nc ana saved it money. It is sister. Mrs Amos Miller last to your interests to call and see Monday, where they arrived for yourself as she carries a full just about an r before her line- death.