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Don't get discouraged.
Misses Elva Biggs, Victoria and Reva Craven, of Hunnewell visited here Saturday. Mrs. Mark Smith, of Hunnewell visited her mother, Mrs. Julia Lewis the last of the week. John Hardy and family spent Sunday with relatives in St. Louis. F. Y. Wood and Mrs. W. S. Wood of Hunnewell spent Saiurday in this city. Mrs. R. K. Kendrick and daughter Regina, who has been visiting rela tives here returned to Vandaua Monday. Miss Mildred Mudd and brother J. T.. are spending the week in Pal myra and Quincy. Mrs. C. A. Kitchen of St. Louis arrived Monday to visit her brother Dr. W. S. Harwood and wife. James and Barton Boulware, of Madison visited their father, Thomas Boulware of Clapper. Mrs. E. Keifer and daughter, of Moline. Kansas arrived Monday to visit her brother. J. W. Strean and family. Miss Ruby Umstattd will be in charge of the Clapper school again next term. This proves she is a successful teacher. Miss Virginia Evans, of Monroe City, will teach the coming term of school at Ely. Spectator. C. B. Anderson is going to build a handsome new residence on Main St. in Prairie View Addition. So the good work goes on. Mrs. C. R. Libbie and daughttr, Miss Lucy and grandson, Master Chas. Wilson returned to Palmyra Monday. They had been visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Redd. Mrs. W. A. Todd of Palmyra vi.-ited relatives here the last of the week. She was enroute home after attending the missionary meeting at Albany. Miss Mabel Bick who has been attending the State Normal the past year returned to Kirksville Sunday to take up the summer term of school work. Mrs. Jennie Yowell of Quincy who is visiting her mother, Mrs I nry H'""'!"?"1. 'pt r Pn'myn Trii'i-v to vi:,it Dr. Liic'.cnbauI: ! f.miily a:il atten I commence IIAi.t. C v. Major is to be congratulated 01 ! n, ,.. istnient of Jude W. T. Ragland as one member of the commission to revise the criminal and civil code of practice in Mis souri Mrs. M. E. Christian went to Philadelphia Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. James Arnold. Mrs. Arnold was formerly Miss Eva Ter rill and was known to many in this community. Mrs. Allie Lane and. daughter Miss Elma left Monday for Driggs, Idaho where they will spend the summer with relatives. Mrs. Lane's brother. Dr. Mark Crisler and sis ters. Misses Ida and Eva Criselr reside there. Mrs. Ida Gottman entertained her children and grand children at her home Saturday. About twenty spent the day with her and a de lightful time was reported. The out of town guests were: John Gott man and family of Hannibal, Fritz Gottman and wife and Miss Groder of Palmyra. They visited here un til the following day. Miss Libbie Dudgeon of Ladonia, who has been visiting Lee Pierceall's family, spent Thursday with Pal myra frieuds. Huerta says that he will resign when Mexico finds peace. Carran za now seems to be the man who is delaying matters. Miss rermeha Lskridge visited Mrs. Vautis Sharp the last of the week. Miss Gladys Gough who has been attending school here, returned her home in Lakenan Friday. A Stepping-stone or a Stumbling Block? Luke 17:2 (R. V.) Are you a stepping stone or a stumb ling block For the children on life's highway? Do they spring with joy or fall with shock As they pass you from day to day? Are you a stepping stone or a stumb ling block For the children on life's highway? Do they look to you for the good and the true? Or are you a Beast of Prey? Areyou a stepping stone or a stumb ling block For the children on life's highway? Are you loose, shifting sand or firm solid rock? Are you under the Master's sway? " 'Twere better a millstone be hang ed 'bout .thy neck And be cast into the sea, Than one of God's little ones to of fend." Says the highest authority. M. W. G. Surprises Many In Monroe. The QUICK action of simple buck thorn bark, glycerine, etc. as mixed in Adler i-ka, the remedw which be came famous by curing appendicitis, is surprising Monroe people. Many have found that this simple remedy drains so much foal matter from the system that a SINGLE DOSE relieves, constipation, sour stomach and. gas on the stomach almost IM MEDIATELY. Adler-i-ka is the most thorough bowel cleanser ever sold. Southern & Spaulding. Who Will Teach Your School. The Democrat wants the name and postoffice address of the person who is to teach your school next term. Going Fast, But Lots Left! That very accurately describes the situation ii Ihi Reib store just now, where the most remarkable bargains Quincy has seen ii many years are offered you as a result of Reib's' purchase of two thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven garments, consisting of Dresses, Suits, Coats, Skirts, Waists, Petticoats At About Half Price DRESSES $2.95 to $27.50 SUITS$5.95 to $14.95 COATS-$5.00 to $15.00 SKIRTS-$1.00 to $12.50 WAISTS 50c to $5.00 PETTICOATS 95c to $2.95 Frocks for the Sweet Girl Graduates of White Organdie, Batiste and Voile, included in this GREATER, BIGGER, BETTER THAN EVER DRESS SALE 521 Maine Street IB'S Quincy Illinois RE 521 Maine Street to Double yolk eggs are not uncom mon; but James risher, west of town reports a double egg that is out of the common. Among the eggs they found one of unusual size, and upon breaking it found the us ual egg white and yolk and in addition another small egg with shell on it, which when broken, showed another complete egg. Frankford Chronicle. V.'-.v.y persons are puzzled to un dfiaUii.l what the terms, "four pen ny," ' ten penny," means as applied to nails. "Four penny" means four pounds to the thousand nails, and six penny" means six pounds to the thousand, and so on. It is an English term and meant at first ten pounds" nails (the thousand being understood) but the English clipped it to "ten puns," 'and from that it degenerated until penny was substituted for pounds. Ex. The Odd . Fellows and Rebekahs assembled in their hall Sunday af ternoon and listened to a splendid memorial address by Rev. John H. Hubbard. Mre. Wm. M Nolen and daugh ters Misses Florence and Pauline, of Colorado Springs. Mrs. E. W. Sparks of Paris. Mrs. Wm. White of Van- dalia, Mesdames S. G. Parsons. Silas Patterson and Wm. Wilt of Shel bina, visited Wednesday with Mrs. J. P. Patton and daughters. r. r. dbuu nas tor several years given a present? usually a diamond ring, to the graduate from Holy Rosary School or the High School wno received the greatest number or the greatest value of presents bought at this ttore. This year Miss' Bertha Yeager won the dis tinction with 3200 votes. Arthur Ely. Miss Mildred Buell T r n i . . a. v. rruciur auu wue came in Monday from their trip to the auto races at Indianapolis. Edmund Jaeger came in Sunday on the train. At the time of going to press K. V. Graham. Harry Jarman and Carroll Jackson had not made their appearance. Misses Hilda Schoick, of Palmyra The Army worm has been doing considerable damage. Shelbina is going to celebrate the j 4th with a fine big program. Arch Owen was in St. Louis part of the week. Miss Frances Hogan. of Globe, Ariz., has been visiting Miss Anna Mae McAllister. Miss Mary Hendricks of Hunne well, was with Monroe friends yes terday. Mrs. Mary Schiner of Hannibal, visited with the family of Thomas Treaster, part of the week. Dr. Thomas Proctor's friends are pleased to see him looking so mucn better. Mrs. Lucy A. Robey and her guest, Mrs. Annie Riddle,, of Oak land, Calif., spent part of the week with' Perry relatives. It takes the cash to buy groceries in Fulton. Miss Bell Turner, of Emden has been visiting Mrs. Anna Lee. Mesdames D. S. Sharp and D. J. Ebey spent Friday in Hunnewell with R. E. Leake and wife. Mrs. E. J. Hubbard went to Shel bina Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Roger McMahon. Mrs. L D. Cort. of Palmyra vis ited the last of the week with her parents. Jos. Smith and wife, east of town. L. W. Lear, of Kansas City has been a guest of his brother. Henry Lear and family. He, with his niece. Miss May Lear visited In Shelbina and Clarence the last of the week. v Palmyra is doing considerable improving this year. Henry Dirigo and wife of Coffee-f ville, Kans., R J. Bradley, wife and j son, lsadore 1 nomas ana wue ana Fred Quest of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Balzer and son George, and Mrs. Catherine Gunloch, of Kinderhook, 111., Orlando Yearly, of New Canton, 111., and Peter Staff of Barry. III., accompanied Mrs. George Balzer here from Quincy and . at- J. B. Engle and wife of Hannibal, ; Mrs. S. B. Bower went to Berks have been guests of S. C. Bird. ! ville Sunday to visit relatives. J. D. Archambaugh and wife of , Ralph Nolen of Paris was here Hannibal have been visiting Mr. 1 Sunday. and Mrs. Emmett Alexander. ! It is Harry Fnqua who has been at- Fultou, has re- rumored that the e will be another wedding the 14th. tending college turned home. at George DeLashmutt of Burlington Iowa has been visiting his parents, E. E, DeLashmutt and wife. ; McCormick &. Dain Mowers at A Jaeger's Hardware. I Mrs. Red Noland who is in the I Blessing hospital at Quincy is im I proving nicely. Mrs. C. B. Johnson went Brookfield the last of the week a short visit. R. Wolf Hawkins o the Democrat force was a St. Louis visitor Satur day night and Sunday. Write- or telephone us any item of news you know. Your friends will enjoy reading it. Mr. and Mrs. Kitchen, Mrs. M. L. ! McKnight and son W. K McKnight. who have been visiting Dr. Harwood and family, left yesterday for Kirk-wood. t0 ! Eastman Kodaks and supplies at fr ! A. Jaeger's Hardware. In California there is an auto for every 20 people. In Missouri there is one for every 90 persons. All hats nt reduced Mrs. Lil'ie Buckman's. prices at Mrs. Perry Green and children spent part of the week in Bevier. Bread. Sultzman's Christian's. Hannibal Hot Point Electrical Goods at A. Jaeger, Jr.'s Hardware. was the guest of Misses Grimm and 1 tended the funeral of George Baizer Losson tne last of the week. nere Saturday. Long Distance Drug Customers Since the inauguration of the Parcel Post our mail order business has been constantly increasing. People in surrounding communities are learning that our stock is an unusual one and they naturally send their orders to trie store that furnishes the widest assortment at lowest prices. , We give special attention to mail orders and can usually send goods by return mail. Send your orders by mail or telephone us if you have made arrangements for a charge account. All Goods Arc Guaranteed! Monroe's Biggest and Best Drug Store Southern & Spalding