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B ALL SUMMER GOODS
Must Go ! These prices will move them quick. Now is the time to Save Money. 25 cent Mercerized Gingham 15c 15 cent Zephyr Gingham 10c 10 cent Percales 7 l-2c 15 cent Dimities or Batistes 10c tO cent Lawn or Batiste 7 l-2c 5 cent Lawn or Challies 4c $1 and $L50 Men's Shirt Waists 75c $1 Ladies' Shirt Waists 75c $1.25 Ladies' Wash Skirts 75c $5 All Wool Dress Skirts $3.50 $4 Dress Skirts $3.00 $3 Dress Skirts $2.50 $2 Ladies Muslin Underskirts $1.50 See our Men's $2 and $2.50 Shoes. We sell Douglas $3 and $3.50 Fine Shoes Visit our store this month and SAVE MONEY. W. Q. Williamson H B R W V H H 3 n H K H n M A Jesse Ogle of Spalding, was a business visitor in the city Saturday. The society gentleman of Huntington, Col. W. B. Fahy, was a business visitor in the city Saturday. Ellis Orr, of Hull, II, spent Tuesday in the city with friends. There seems to be some at traction for Orvil Brown in Hannibal. Mrs. Jennie Powell and Mrs ThomasPollock attended the Sorrell Powell reception north of Hunnewell Monday evening. Bert Bull has purchased the B. P. Maxwell residence prop, erty, corner of Court and North Main Streets, and will move to it in the near future. It is one of the most desirable homes in the city. Price paid, private One way rate will apply from Monroe to Sedalia and return, via M.. K. & T., account Mis souri State Pair, August 17 to inclusive. See Katy's agent ltd go. Mrs. L. H. Morthew, of Stut gart, Ark., has been the guest of D. M. Proctor and family. Mrs. W. M. Prentis has been visiting friends at Shelbina. Hugh B. Mudd took in the Bluff City, Sunday. Lee's Lice Killer kills all kinds of insects. Wood Bkos. Will Brown, of Macon, spent Sunday in the city with some bright eyed girl. Conger's Liundry does the best of work. J. E. Christian is the agent for this city. Work called for and delivered. Phone 55 Mrs. Richard Heatb came up from Hannibal, Saturday even ing to visit relatives and friends. She always receives a warm welcome here. Highest prices are paid for poultry and eggs, hides, etc., a Balzek & Dirigo's. John Jarman came up Sunday from Hannibal to visit friends and relatives. J. E. Christian has secured the agency for Conger's Laun dry and Dye works and will call and deliver work in any part of the city. Phone 55. Miss Lucy Connelly, of Sbel bine, came down Sunday after noon to visit ber friend, Miss Allie Prentis. Dr. W. W. Ritchey's address is 2710 Prospect Ave., Kansas City, Mo. tf. F. L. Anderson and wife, of New Franklin spent Sunday in the city with relatives. For good laundry work take your linen to J. E. Christian agent for Congers Laundry and Dye Works. Phone 55. F. W. McAllister, of Paris, spent Sunday in the city with relatives. Possibly be came to interview his cousin, Earl Cald well, to find out bow to coax a girl to say. yes, for keeps. Have your clothes laundried at the "Weem's Laundry and teel comfortable. Frank P. Christian, tne barber, is the agent here. Baz Hays has concluded to be a regular reader of the new sy Demochat. Milk Oil Sheep Dip is conced ed to be the best. Wood Bros. Miss Emma Jackson returned Tuesday from Shelbina. where she bad a delightful vis t with friends. John Mclntire left Tuesday for Clayton, III., where he will open a dry goods and clothing house about Sept. 1st. George T. Jones returned to Quincy, Tuesday where he is taking a business course in one of the colleges. EYES, EYES, You can have them well tested for lenses and very reasonable. R. Manning Walker. W. M. Biggs, of St. Louis, spent Sunday soutb of city with his wife, who is visiting her parents, Z. Young and wife. Mr. Biggs will leave St. Louis this week for Littlr Rock. Ark. where he has bettered his posi tion with the Katy people. Yes. Claude, tbey came in on the afternoon Dude, in plenty time. Mrs. Cordie and Miss Jennie Elliott were the guests of John Kendick's family at Hassard the first of the week. Misses Mildred Scott and Elizabath Arnold returned Monday from LaGrange, where they were a part of a camping party that had a gloriously good time. WANTED 8 everal Industrious Persons in each state to travel for house Established eleTon yean and with a largo capital, to call upon merchauta and agenta for successful and profitable line. Permanent engagement weekly cash salary 118 and all traveling ex penses and hotel bills advaneed In caab each week. Experience not essential. Mention reference and enclose sell adJressed envelope. THE NATIONAL, iU Dearborn Bt., Chicago William Morthland, one of Warren's merchan's, was a bus iness visitor in the city, Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Jones, of Oak Dale, were in the city shopping, Saturday. Edward and John Bird, of near Shelbina, were in the city Saturday with friends. They are grands OD8 of Capt. W. H. Bird. $190. The Katy gives round trip to Missouri State Fair August 17 22, for 3.90. D. K. Yowell has raised his residence corner of Vine and Charles Streets, raised the roof, added several rooms, a large circular porch, putting in a furnace, water, and making it an up to date and one of the really desirable ho nes of the city. But. that is Dan, he doesn't do things by halves. Mrs. J. Gentry Fuqua left Saturday for a visit with the home folKs at New London. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Kendrick of Vandalia arrived in the city Thursday evening for a ten days visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. W. S Wilson was called to Palmyra Friday on a sad er rand. Her brother Joseph Young had died at St. Joseph and the remains were taken to his old home fur burial. Frank Losson has decided to make a clothier of himself and has secured a trood position with W. A. Sullivan the cloth ier. Mrs. S. Gentry and children, of Palmyra, and Mrs. Harve Caldwell, of New London and Miss Kate Riddle, of Benton ville, Arte. , have been visiting David H. Riddle and family. After a pleasant visit with their son and brother, T. E. Willard, Mesdames W. M. Wil lard and George Powell left Saturday for Augusta, 111. Hon. W. S. McOlintic was a business visitor in the Bluff City, Saturday. Mrs. Leroy Black left Satur day for the Bluff City, where she will reside in the future Mrs F M. Riely. of Hanni- j bal, has been visiting relatives in the Queen of the Prairies. Frank H. Birch, representing Giles Bros., of Quincy, was in the city with warm friends, Monday. J. W. Roue and attorney R. Meriwether were business visi tors in New Loudon, Monday Zack Proctor went to the City of Flowers Monday to visit relatives. Miss Irene Hornback, of Pal myra, was in the city with friends Monday. Miss Adell Tucker, of Hanni bal, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. A K. Rutledge and cousin Dr. W. T. Rutledge. D. R. Davenport and family and H. Levy and family attend ed the basket meeting at Union Valley Sunday. Hon. W. T Ragland was looking alter legal affairs in New London Monday. Mrs. C. E. Wesley, of Pontiac, 111., was called to this city last week by the serious illness villi consumption of Mrs. H. J Kmmer. Mesdames A. H. Green and 1 V. Green went to Palmyra, Thursday to spend the day wii h relatives. Capt. Joseph Boarman and Chauncey Brackley have had a three day's fishing frolic on the historic stream, Salt river. They rought home a nice lot of cat fish, said to be caught with trot lines. Off for Palmyra. Sunday Hon. James Conway and Dr. C. A. Noland, like bees, flew to the City of Flowers where nec tar fit for the gods mustbe or tbey would not be so regular. Miss Mary Losson, oue of Monroe's most popular youug ladies, returned Sunday trom a two week's outing at Barry, II and other points. The fine barn and contents of Conrad Happel, north of Pal myra, was destroyed by fire about noon Friday. His crop and farm machinery was stored in it He carried $1,000 insur ance on his grain in -Farmers Mutual. D. R. Campbell aud wife have had a two weeks outing and had lots of sport shooting every thing from lrogs and wood- ecker up. David C. Clark, one of the hustlers of near Ely is prepar ing to move to this city. He will occupy the O. W. Hawkins property on the south side. Mrs. Theo Gartner who has been the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lyon for several weeks, left Thursday for ber home Cameron Junction, Mo. The mother of Dr. Agnes Mc Neil fell yesterday and broke the two bones of the right lore arm. At the Hunnewell picnic Thursday little Miss Lucile No- land, daughter, of E. D. Noland of Shelbyville, was awarded the premium for being the pret tiest baby on the grounds. Miss Ella May Watterson, of Perry is the guest of relatives here. Do You Know That F. S. Saunders is selling wind mills, pumps and pipeing at wholesale prices? And that he is the b-st m.iihinest ever. Mrs. Cora Clark, of Moberly, has been the guest of her broth er, C. B. Poage and many friends. Letter to Mr L. 0 Wilson Monroe Guy. Mo. D -ar Sir: L -ad and oil is no longer the paint tj be prosper ous with. As everybody knows, lead and oil chalks or powders off in about three years three years is its limit Painters are putting a little zinc in their lead to make it tough it lasts a good three years with a little zinc. But painter's don't like the job of mixing zinc. It's a tedious job. and, bot n being white, no bedy knows when the mixing is thorough. It k s half mixed; and the paint goes on, a streak of lead and a streak of zinc. That is not good work. The mistake made is in trying to do by hand what is better done by machinery. Hand work can't compete with ma chine work. DevoeOReady Paint is your paint. It wears twice as long as lead and oil. This leduces the cost of keep ing a house well painted to half Yours truly, F. W. Devoe & Co. Apple Blossoms Many States have selected various flowers for their floral emblem. Why should not Mis souri noted for her 'red apples'' take the apple blossom for its emblem? It is as pretty as the peach, as pure as the daisy, as rich as the rose ad as delicate as the lily of the valley. Pass it down the line, hoist it high, put it on pinnicle of fame and let it be said: Its floral emblem like its fruit, is the best of all. A. M. Earl, of Camp Point, 111., and his friend, M. Ullmen, of Quincy, were in the city to day with friends: Mrs. Fanny Nichols and chil dren left for their home, St. Louis. Tuesday afternoon after spending several weeks in the Queen of the Prairies with rel atives. Prof, j" T V i of Kirks- ville, came uowu Monday to visit his wife who is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Proctor. Mrs. A. K. Rutledge and Shelby left Tuesday afternoon for a two weeks visit at Ft. Collins and other points in Colorado. Hy Selby, of the Selby Poul try Co.. spent Tuesday in the city looking after his business interests. William Short, of Hydesburg, was a business visitor in the city Friday. Dr. J. K. Conroy i.nd wife, of Bellville, III., have been the guests of Mrs. Conroys parents Richard Breuueman aud wife. David Whistler a wall paper man of Hannibal, was killed by bis team, Thursday. Lost A buggy cushion be tween Tip McClintic's farm and the John Bohrer farm, on Thursday. Finder leave at Christian's Restaurant. F. N. Armstrong is here from Thornton. Intl., looking after his real estate interests. Mrs. Minnie Umstadd, of Hau nibal has been the guest of rel atives and triends iu the cicy. Harry E. Linn and family, of Alvarado, Texas, are in the city with relatives and friends. E. D. Noland and family, of Shelbyville, tpent Sunday with his mother, Mts Mary E No-land. J. F. Renshaw, oire of the prominent men of near Warren, treated himself to a nice surrey Saturday. Earl Caldwell drifted in from Denver, Colo., Saturday after noon. His bonny bride did not accompany him. but will come on later. Geo. P. Smith who has been attending school at Chillicothe has been spendiug several days with relatives here. He will make his home at Edison, Neb. There will be a meeting of the Monroe City Warren gravel road people at the Democrat office this, Thursday, afternoou at 3 o'clock. Well, yes. it is nice, all very nice. We refer to the pretty bay and swell rubber tired run-a-bout that R. V. Sullivan has n Well, why shouldn't he.