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of satisfaction really means that every suit we A make must satisfy you not only the minute you receive it, but during the entire time you have it until you are ready to again entrust your satisfaction to us. You know what satis fies you and whatever you want we will give you. We judge by your idea of satisfaction not ours. Every Yard of Cloth We Use Is Guarantee To Be ALL WOOL I will cheerfully re-line any garment without charge should the lining fail to give perfect service. Come in and let me show you the ' New Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats; - Lambert L Lane Merchant Tailor. ITEMS FROM FARMERS Of Farmers, For Farmers and Pertaining to Farmers. DON'T FAIL TO SEE Bristow & Lonpire When you are ready for plumbing or heating. Wolffs Guaranteed Enamel Ware for the best. Let us figure on your contract. We guarantee all work. Fully equipped for repairing all kinds of machinery. (iist Iron Welding a Specialty. You wiiS find my prices RIGHT on GOOD CLEAN LUMP and NUT Coal. Orders filled promptly. Both Phones LEWIS NASH. State Fair. The Missouri State Fair opens j next Saturday and will be in full , blast next week. 'This is the one great fair which has products from i all parts of our great Missouri and should be seen by every Missourian. It will cause you to think more of your State, because it will enable you to know more of the greatness of Missouri. Miss Ruth Marshall who has been visiting relatives here the past month, left Monday for Roodhouse, III, where she will spend a week with her sister, Mrs. Bessie Knight, before going to her home hi Fair field, III. J. C. Mudd and wife returned to Hannibal, Monday, after several days visit with relatives. Sept. 30 closes our fiscal year and we want all money due us paid by that time. Farmers & Mer chants Telephone Co. Miss Pauline Marshall of Quincy, was here Monday enroute to Mil- ford, Texas, where she will attend college. Call Monroe Coal &. Grain Co. be fore ordering any kind of feed. Mrs. H. Scheetz of Kirkwood, spent part of the week with friends here. Railroad Ties. We are now in the market for railroad ties and will be pleased to furnish you with specifications Get busy and make your ties and haul them in while the roads are good. J. H. Finks. T. M. Boulware. Jamie Proctor and wife were in ; Quincy shopping, Monday. Come and see our line of Hats before buying. Miss Sallie Rouse. For Sale - Several good yearling Shropshire ranis. A. Lee Ely. tf Aubrey B. Spalding has sold his farm and is going to quit forming and therefore will sell at public sale at the farm 4 1-2 miles southwest of Monroe and 1 1-2 miles east of Indian Creek on Tuesday next 7 head of horses, good Jersey cow, several hogs, some feed, farm im- j plements, etc. The auctioneer is( Col. W. T. Youell and John F. Pike is the clerk. j J. B. James is going to quit farm ing and will sell at public sale at the John Campbell farm 4 1-2 miles southeast of this city on Thursday. Sept. 25, several head of horses and hogs and an extra good milch cow, farming implements, corn in field, etc. Col. W. T. Youell is the auc tioneer and J. M Johnson the clerk. Weekly Market Letter Published by Woodson & Fennewald L. S. Com. Co., National Stock Yards, 111. Cattle receipts have been mod erate this week and market has held about steady on choice kinds vhile medium kinds are 10c lower. up today was $9.35 for one load of prime 1109 lb. ytarlings which we sold for Dubert Bros, of Au drain County. Mo. This is the top for any cattle sold on thi9 market this year. Bulk of prime steers selling from $8 85 to 9.35. Good $8 25 to 8.75. Medium $7.50 to 8.00. Fair killers $6.75 to 7.25. Prime heifers $8.50 to 9.00. Good $7.50 to 825. Medium $6.75 to 7.25. Fair killers $6.00 to 6 50. Choice cows $6.50 to 7.00. Good $575 to 625. Medium $525 to 5.50. Fair killers $450 to 5.00. Canners $4.00 to 4.25. Hogs closing 10 to 15c lower to day. Bulk of the good light hogs selling from $8.85 to 9.00. Good heavies $8.75 to 885. Heavy packers 8.40 to 8.65. Rough pack ers $8.00 to 8.25. Sheep receipts liberal. Market steady. Bulk of good sheep selling around $4.00. Good to choice ambs $7.00 to 7.25. Medium $6.25 to 6.50. Mrs. Laura Boulware and daugh er, Miss Edna, and grandson, Mas ter Wood Buell, 6pent Tuesday in Hannibal. Miss Edna is again tak ing music of Prof. Shastid of Han nibal. T. J. Fitzpatrick of Kansas City, spent part of the week with rela tives here. Mrs. Harold George of Aberd Wa;h., arrived Monday for a visit with her brother-in-law, J. F. George and family. Miss Percy Bright who is trim ming this season for Miss Sallie Rouse, made a business trip to Quincy, Monday. Market Reoort. of Ilk 132 05c 10c 10c 10c 10c For Wednesday before date paper. Hogs .$6.50 to 8.25 Sheep 3.00 to 6.00 Cattle 600 to 8.25 Poultry. Hens Spring chickens 1 1-2 to 2 1-2 pounds Old Roosters Ducks Turkey Hens Young Toms Toms.. Guineas, each 17c Geese. 07c Eggs. . 19c Tallow. 04c Butter.. 18c Green Hides. 09c Corn-.. 75c Wheat No. 2v 85c Oats ..35 to 36c Hay $8.00 to $10.00 Baled nay $10.00 to 13.00 Shipments for the week: Mc- Clintic &. Yates 1 car hogs; J. H. McClintic 1 car hogs; J Masterson 1 car cattle; Henderson & Sons Pro duce Co. 2 cars poultry and 1 car eggs; McFarland 1 car flour. Total 7 cars, J. D. Brandmeyer and wife Lave been out to Fargo, N. Dakota, pros pecting. Mr. Brandmeyer came in several days ago. Mrs. Brandmeyer spent a few days with relatives and friends at Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, and returned home Tuesday. New Fall and Winter Catalogue Upon Request. Mailed SPECIAL Silk Jersey Top EVJessaline Petticoats All Colors and Sixes $2.00 Value $3.00 521 Reib's Mainst- QUINCY, ILLINOIS. New Fall Fashions For the Well Dressed Woman and Miss Women's Tailored Suits This assemblage of suits is marked by styles and fabrics that are unusual and exclusive revealing the most desirable models developed in the Rue de la Paix, carefully selected for their adaptability to refined taste. Soft textures predominate Duvetyne, Broche Laine, Peaude Peche Velour, Demasse Broad cloth, Plush Brocade, Pressed Velvet, Plush Ribbon, Velour, Wool, Broche, Broad Tail Cloth. Many are luxuriously trimmed with fur. Price $15 to $65 Women's Tailored Coats Distinctive new models for street, motor and sports wear, designed on entirely original lines, remov ed from the usual and commonplace. Coats of Wool, Ottoman, Wool Eponge, Broad tail Cloth, Duvetyne, Moire and exclusively smart novelties. Prices $10 to $50 Women's Afternoon Dress The new style notifs are presented, developed from soft, clinging silken textures. Models that reveal the fashionable silhouette, designed on lines thaf are unique and original. Exclu sive productions. Price $5.95 to $50 Women's Lace Blouses Smart effects in shadow lace, net, fleshycolored chif fon and black chantilly lace. Price $1.00 to $7.50 SMART WEAR FOR WOMEN Mountjoy-Smith. Cards have been received in this city announcing the marriage of Carl F. Smith and Miss Nellie Mae Mountjoy in St. Louis, Saturday, September 20. The groom is well known here and highly respected. He now holds a good position on the St. Louis Star. He is a most excellent young man, industrious, steady, reliable, intelligent. The' lady of his choice is not known in this city, but she has shown good judgment in her "yes" to hia ques tion. The Democrat joins Mr. Smith's host of friends here in wishing the happy young couple a long pleas ant journey down the stream of life. Leave your orders with Monroe Coal fit Grain Co. for your winter coal. Kill Flies Now. Each fly killed before cold weath er means a million fewer flies next spring! Above all, kill stable flies,' horse flies, "blue bottle" flies. Some or all or them carry the terrible dis ease infantile paralysis (poliomye litis) to humans and to horses. This accounts for the mysterious disease that at times works havoc among horses in country and town. It is probable that flies are a chief means of conveying cholera from sick swine to healthy hogs. It is known that they convey typhoid and other diseases to man and beast Farm and Home. I. L Owen, the manager of the Farmers &. Merchants Telephone Co., desires to have money due the company paid by Sept. 30, as that closes the company's fiscal year.