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V SB V ORO NOTWITHSTANDING the fact that I have been ill and out of business for the past three months, my books show that the first quarter of 1908 is fully up to the average in point of merchandise sold. I am very 1 thankful to my friends and customers for this showing and for many other acts of kindness and respect shown me that rest as a sweet benediction upon my heart, that will be remembered as long as I live Thp RfiT flfvtflinfr QfnrA was never better prepared to serve you I IIC Dig MUllllllg OIUIC than at the present time. Our clothing department is full of the very best merchandise that can be produced by six of the leading scientific clothes makers of America. Our tailoring department is producing suits from $15 to $40 that are models of beauty. Any length, style or shape produced to exact ly suit the taste of the customer. Every garment from the Big Cloth ing Store is guaranteed to. be worth the money or your money back. No back talk we mean what we say. Our furnishing-goods-department is fully equipped with the best to be had in the markets. Consisting of aintficT brands and makes-of hats the very best makes of shirts and hosiery and anything and everything in the way of nice cool underwear. We are the best stocked clothing store in Northeast Missouri with prices just right on everything. If you don't believe it, a call at our store will convince you, and that it is stocked with the kind of clothing and furnishing goods that gentlemen wear, absolutely g uaranteed to be worth your money or your money back. We want to sell our friends and customers every dollar's worth they buy and as many dollar's worth as they can influence for us. It will not only be appreciated but remembered with kindness especially under the circumstances. Win. A. SULLIVAN, B&, C ASH 'LOTHIER. We 1 1 ; Mi 'rfest and mic-i O'lic'Tf't j"e ,i Rtpges am' c i.U i'rv-- M'f county ami i ll' c w ur 1 1 i I surprise you A. .1' r Huuh Kidder, knight of tbe w rip from Omaha, is ill at tbe hospital in this city. He bad ymp'oms of spinalmenengttis. Tbe Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves are tbe kind that give satisfaction and please tbe la dies. Sold at A. Jaeger's Hardware. Miss Mary Nickell. of Hanni bal, has been visiting ber sister, Mrs. T. M. Boulware. ?. T. Fisher, -'re frice man is happy. He bas been pro moted to tbe management of tbe transfer office of bis com pany at Kansas City. Earl Riney, of Liberty, at tended tbe funeral of A. B Fields. Tbe Democrat (or jut) print, ing. A B Weakly after :i pleasing visit with tbe bomefolks left yesterday for bis borne, .Coman che, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Ote Rogers, of Barkley Station, came up yes terday to visit relatives. Geo. A. Hawkins, of Sbelby ville, came down to see what a real warm election was like. O. P Turner and family, of Hannibal, have been visiting re'atives south of the citv. E M. T'mbrbki. of P'rrv. ra. was with Monroe frieud ysterday. Reed Noland, of Chicago, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary E. Noland Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gracy were with Hannibal friends yesterday. Mrs. E. E Gosney has been with the bomefolks at LaBelle. TMia IABEL STANDS ta 63 YEAK3 muuumw tvwuwiwq HOW The Spring Apparal wants of mankind are in full flower at Easter time and our store blossoms in sympathy. Now as to your Clothes. If the reputation for having THE BEST HAS ANY charm for you, you'll cer tainly come here, sir, for your Easter Outfitting. Suits. Top Coats, Hats. Gloves, Neckwear, Shoes and Toggery of all sorts. All of superior excellence and correct in every detail. Moderate prices for the BEST of Toggery, A surgical operatian was per formed on Mrs. C. H. Ridge Wy, Tuesday and at time of go ing to press she had rallied and was doing nicely. Mrs. William M. Green of tbe City of Flowers came up Mon day to vistt relatives. Will Buckman went to Shel bina Monday to visit bis friends who are lovers of fancy horses. Mrs. J. M. Smith and daugh ter, Miss Rosa, were called to Hannibal, Monday by tbe ill ness of their kinswoman, Mrs. Bettie Waller. Mrs Shelby Maddox, of Cbil licothe. arrived Monday to train i the children in their part of yesterdays local option elec tion. Master Royal Young now has a very disagreeable pet in the form of a rising in his left hand. Black Minorca eggs for sale. -John Utterback. H. Clay Heather and Jack Nichols, of Palmyra, were visit ors in the city yesterday. They came up to watch local option conditions. Mrs. G. R. Ford, of Trinidad, Colo., is tbe guest of ber sister, Mr 8. 1). Hugh Stevens and friends. Tbe Deere Bnggies are tbe ones that stay on tbe road. Sold at A. Jaeger's. Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist, Hannibal, Mo. For Sale. A 2 year old Gloster (saddle) stallion. Is registered. Color black. Jno A Bixler. tf. A. W, Scobee and wite, of Stoutsville, were tbe guests of friends in this city tbe first of tbe week. IDAHO LAND, There is a good amount of Rich Land in Idaho wbicb is not being cultivated simply for tbe want ot people there to cul. tivate it. Wbcat makes 35 to 60 bushels per acre. Oats 75 to 100 and tbey weigh 40 to 45 pounds per bushel. Alfalta 4 to 6 tons per acre. Potatoes 300 to 600 bushels per acre. Sugar Beets 20 to 30 tons per acre Vegetables and fruU grow abundantly. Apple trees 7 years old in 1907 paid $600 per acre clear ot expenses. Markets are good; crop failures, drouths and storms are unknown. For more information, address M, P, CRISLER BLACKFOOT, IDAHO Miss E. Pearl Wilcox went to Sbelbina, Monday to visit friends. EASTER Widow Hats and everything pertaining to Mill inery E YATES fc HAGAN, THE'JUST'RIGHT CLOTHIERS. that is Fresh, Chic and Metropolitan can be and will be found at the millinery establishment of MISS BODKINS. r :"":-::z:ri Unless you want to fall in love with pretty millinery stay away.