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D. K. YOWELL SADDLERY CO. M W M H N U M J. E. Brown, of Macon, was in the city witb friends Thurs day. C. H. Smith and wife, of Quincy, spent tbe latter part ot last week in tbe Queen of the Prairies witb relatives. Dr. Horn back. Oculist A.urist, Hannibal. Mo. ai Hannibal Folk Club bas an Ann problem on band. It is: How often will 13 go into 1.700. John J. Rogers and daughter. Miss Carolyn, attended tbe fu neral ot Mr. Rogers aunt, Mrs. Mary Rogers, at Palmyra, Thursday. Dr. W. T. Rutledge was a business visitor in tbe Gem City Thursday. Perry P. Maxwell, of St. Xtouis, after a week pleasantly spent witb tbe bomefolks, re turned to bis duties in tbe mail service Friday. Conger's Laundry does the best of work. J. . Christian is the agent for tbis city. Work called for and delivered. 'Phone 5& Low One Way Rates To Montana. Idaho, Utah. Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, California and Inter mediate Points via Wabash Line. Dates of Sale, March first to April thirteenth, 1904 inclusive. For lull information apply to your nearest Ticket Agent, or address, H. E. Waits, P. & T. A., M oberlyMo., Mrs. Susan McCann spent tbe latter part of the week with Macon friend Jolly, genial Robert O Cran ston was in the city a short while Sunday with old fr'.ends. Bob now has a ran over tbe Joe road. Harry A. McClintic went to the World's Fair city Sunday to visit his sister, Mrs. E. P. Melson. E. C. Jarman, of Hannibal, spent Sunday in tbe city witb bis grand parents. Get a Magazine Binder and bind your magazines. Tbe Weis Binder is easy to operate. Per manent and practical. Mat Dettle, of tbe Gem City, spent Sunday in the Queen of the Prairies with his friend, Will Drake. Mrs. John Wood, of Uttica, came down Thursday to visit her mother, Mrs Martha Smith. Manning Elliott, tbe fruit tree man presented us with a very fine Bendavis apple. He says: Thai is the kind of fruit my trees grow. Mrs. M. L. Jones, the mi1 linery trimmer bas secured a pood position at Winchester, 111., and assumed her duties. Cbauncv Brackley, the staunch Red man of Sbiel, was a husine visitor in tbe city Saturday. Chance doesn't do much talking, but what be does counts. J O Gilson bas drilled an 87 foot well for Sheldon Hornback and secured a fine flow of water. Joseph Bobon and wife, ot LaGrange, have been the guests of their friends, Harry Jarman and wife. Monuments. Before buying tbat monu ment for tbe grave of a depart ed friend see Thomas & Shear man. They will make tbe price and you will be pleased witb their work. Mrs. Stella Bellwood, ot Warrensburg, spent a portion last week in tbis city with her brother, J. W.Johnston. Charles Dick was nominated by acclamation Thursday to try to fill Senator M. A Hanna's shoes. PROTECTS THE SYSTEM AGAINST CATARRH. Hyomei Prevents Colds and Cures Grip and Catarrh. Money Back If It Fails. Will Not Meet His Equals on the Stump Anywhere. Crowded out last week. A special to the G-D , a Folk organ, from the dollar banquet at St. Joseph Monday night. n part says: "The dollar dinner planned by local Democrats in celebra tion of Washington's birthday, at which W. J. Bryan was to be a guest of honor, proved to be a guest of honor, proved to be a little lesss thin a James A, Reed jollification "Mr. Reed arrived last night and was easily in control of the situation from the start. Harry Hawes wired be could not come and the Kansas City statesman had things his own way." Judg- Gantt was absent and of course Joseph W. Folk is always too busy to meet his superiors on the stumps or else where. Mr. Folk had been tendered the post of honor, even to set ting the date of banquet any where from Feb. 15 to 29. It was a clean flunk. J. H Wbitecotton was a "mere man" at the banquet. Dan Sharp, tbe young and prosperous merchant of Emden, was in tbe city witb friends Thursday. Mrs. Fannie Clawson, of West Branch, Mich., was tbe guest of Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Kirby Thursday. Dr. W. W. Ritchey's address is 2710 Prospect Ave., Kansas City, Mo. tf. O R & SAUNDERS, p MACHINIST j Shop 2 blocks south of F. I M. Bank. A Good WIND MILL Tickles the Farmer and makes ,. him glad that he is alive, AGENT FOR THE PERKINS IMPER SAMPSON IDEAL (d) WIND MILLS. Prepared to put Mills up on short notice. See me before you buy a WIND MILL, PUMP, PIPING, or any thing of the kind Will soon have a fine line of LUBRICATING OILS, PERKINS GASOLINE ENGINE One of the Best and Cheapest made in the United States. Can show one at any time, REPAIRING of all kinds on WIND MILLS and MA CHINERY Promptly Executed. :::::::::::::::::::: Corrupt. The most corrupt and cor rupting man in the State of Missouri is Col. Bill Phelps. He bas been cussed by the peo ple at large for years and yet it was he, who was selected as Mr. Folk's Man Friday to ap pear before the Democrat Com mittee, and when the tool of "Civic Righteousness" was turn ed down by the committee, the Folk press G.-D., St. Louis Star and 1808 sent up a howl. Unwhipped. Boodle, boodle, boodlj. Is the cry, and yet tbe prince of boodlers, the man who engi neered the tirst slush fund of the campaign, the man who robbed blind women, the man who appealed to Gov. DocUery to permit him to name a Cir cuit judge who would work in harmony with a circuit attor ney, went unwhipped of the law until the circuit attorneys assistant ot his own volition took up the case. Mr. Folks only excuse has been: I did not believe James L. Blair guilty, but the entire Blair snap had been given away weeks before and though Folk wilfully closed his eyes, As sistant Hancock was forced to see and act. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." A few breaths of Hyomei through the neat pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit will check ; cold or tbe grip at tbe start and prevent serious and lasting illness. In all catarrhal troubles and diseases of the air passages Hyomei has a positive action not possessed by any other med icine or treatment It is pleas ant and convenient to use Wood Bros, (five their person al guarantee wih every Hyome outfit they sell to refund tbe money if it does not effect cure. Robert Kendrick. who recent ly moved to the city from Ralls county, paid the Democrat a pleasant call Thursday morning and made himself solid for news to 1905. Milton Phillips, one of M;iri ou r large and successful farm ers of near Emden, was a busi ness visitor in the city Friday. He is a close observer of politi cat situations and is a warm supporter of James A. Reed He is also, now a reader of tbe Democrat. STOCK SALE, Tuesday, March 8, 1904 On Jacob Hross' farm, .'5 miles north east of l'almyra ami 8 miles north west of Hannibal, on Todd Spring travel road. Have sold part of lam ami want to dispose of part of stock 43 HEAD OF MULES, consisting o M lend of work muks, ranging from ;i to ' rears, aversalrs from ir to MM hamls high, all well built: 0 two year-old mules, good ones. 10 HEAD OF houses, consisting of 4 woikl horses, 1 fiimily maro brood mares, 2 "Dictation'' tillios. 1 1 1 Kentucky Hoy" mare, 4- ears-old. 30 HEAD OF CATTLE, consisting of lt milch cows and 15 steer calves. 31 HEAD OF HOGS, consisting of 2." shoats and I sow and ." pigs. FARMING IMPLEMENTS-4 farm Queer. It a certain nameless gentle min is chock full of Civic Righteousness, it is queer that a man cannot be found in seven of tbe wards of St. Louis up o Saturday who would per mit their names to go on tbe ticket witb tbe "Holier than Thou " It must really and tru ly look like a lost cause. Reed at Home. James A. Reed will have tbe solid and united vote of Jack son couuty in the state conven tion. Tbe Kansas City Star and Journal are working over time in a desperate attempt to create the impression that Reed is not strong at borne. It is a part of tbe scheme of these pa pers to RepuhHcan'ze Missouri. The writer a.es much of tbe men who guide Democratic pol itics in Kansas City and Jack son county. These men are not crying down Reed. They know he is by long odds the most pop ular man in tbe county with the masses of the people, they know he has never lost a political battle when before the people, they know the voters are going to endorse him when they go to the polls. There is no such thing as turning Reed down with the sovereign of the bollot box. The iron j i wed fellow who has wrested Kansas City from Republican con'rol and corpo ration domination, is not wor rying his head in the least about Jacksoo county. He goes about over Missouri winning strength everywhere and resting secure in the knowledge that that the masses in Kansas City ud Jackson county are for him. When the time comes to elect delegates he will come home and tell the boys that when he is governor he wHl guide the state craft just as he has the muicipal ship. He will ask wagons, 3 binders, t grain drills, 1 1 their co-operation and the boys who vote, irrespective of party bosses, will say Jim is all right, andimust have what he wants. He will get it beyond perad venture of a doubt. Richmond Democrat. hoe din', 1 disc drill, 2 disc harrows, 14 breaking plows. 10 cultivators, ." harrows, 2 mowers, 2sulk, hay rakes, 10 Bets double leather harness, 2 sets single buggy harness, 1 buggy, almost now, I road buggy and other articles too numerous to mention1 TERMS Sums under $20, cash; over 20, a credit of B mouths, bank able note bearing t per cent, interest. No property removed until tern - of sale are compiled with. Lunch will bo served on the ground A. C. BKOSS. Dave Lillurd, Auotioner. John Kincaid, who resides near Warren, and is 75 yearsoid, walked to this city Friday because he thought it would easier to walk than ride.