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A30UT THE CHURCHES!
SEE REIB'S FIRST SMART WEAR FOR WOMEN 521 Vain Street Quincy, Illinois Announce a Wealth of New Spring Fashions Every Price Remarkably Low in View of What it Buys Here Suits lailleur and Dressy Suits A variety of attractive models in sand, Putty, Belgian, Green, Black and Navy, equisitely tailored or fancy trimmed models beautifully lined all made of the very best class of materials to be had $10 $50 Coats New Spring Coats Homespuns, Shepherd Plaids, Coverts, Mannish materials. Serges, Gabardines, Chinchillas and Silk Poplin in styles that are simply captivating $25 Dresses Afternoon and Street Dresses (Including Frocks for the dance) Dainty, chic gowns of Faille Silk Poplin, Pussy-willow Silk, Crepe Meteor and soft lustrous Taffetas. Exclusive mod els in Newport Tan, Palm Beach Sand, Arizona Silver, Rocky Mountain Blue and Oregon Green $5 $50 SKIRTS - - - $2.95, $4.95, $7.50, $10 and up WAISTS - 95c to $10.00 PETTICOATS - - - 95c to $2.95 HO$ Guaranteed Silk, - - 75c to $1.00 KIMONAS .... 95c to $7.50 THE FINEST Easter Card For Your Friend A New Portrait of Yourself Miss Belle Johnson, Photographer In Memory of Vfm. Green. Who departed his life on Feb. 19 1915 at his home, Palmyra, Mo. Deceased was a son of Clin Green, born at Indian Creek, Monroe Co., Sept. 25 1848 He was married to Maggie Fitzpatrick, Feb. 7 1875. He moved to Palmyra 30 years ago and has lived theie since. Deceased was a faithful member of the Catholic church. His remains were laid to rest in the Greenwood Cemetery, Palmyra. He leaves a wife, one son and three brothers to mourn his death, Mrs. Wm. Green and Frank Green of Palmyra. Three brothers, H. H. Green of Hunnewell, Ben Green of Santa Fe, and Lyon Green of Monroe City. His last words were, "Sweet Jesus receive my soul." We hope his request was granted. May he rest in peace. HTbe communion of Saints best thoughts will remember our friend in our prayer, neither will he forget us while sadly we roam, but will love us and pray for us there, Changes at Katy. Some weeks ago' H. H Hunt went to Florida. He liked the country so well that he has resigned as agent at the M. K. &. T. in this city, and is packing up to move to Arcadia, Florida, where he will go into business. During the absence of Mr Hunt C. E. Henderson has been in charge of the M. K. &. T. business in this city. Mr. Henderson has de cided to go back to the Rock Island and Frisco, at Chicago, and will be in the Accounting Department. These gentlemen have been in Mon roe City, for some time and have treated the patrons of the M. K. & T. courteously, and have made many friends here and all wish them well in their new avocations. Miss Hazel Pierceall returned Monday from a visit in Palmyra She was called home by the illness of her little brother, Elden, who has measles. ::.y l3 NORMA PHILLfrS. As RUNAWAY JUNE Gem, Monday, March 8 Expensive Chicken. Tuesday evening of last week when Mr. and Mrs. L, F. Steve re turned home about 9 o'clock they found their back gate, which they kept wired, open. They went to the chicken house and found two hens gone. They notified the poultry dealer and about 4 o'clock the fol lowing day chickens answering the description were offered for sale. Mr. Henderson notified Mr. Steve and they took them to the Steve home and let them loose in the yard and they walked right into the hen house and on their roost. Four negroes were arrested, but three were released. Willie Huston was fined $55 and costs. He is now boarding in Paris. A number of people have missed chickens of late and it is hoped that the guilty parties will take warning. Celebrate Anniversary. The Young Ladies Missionary Circle of the Christian Church met in regular session Wednesday Feb. 17th at the home of Mrs. W. W. Longmire. It being their first anni versary, the leader, Miss Edna Boulware, had arranged a musical program. After the program the hostess invited the members and guests to the dining room where an elegant three course luncheon was served and a delicious birthday cake cut. An original poem written by the hostess was read in which each member of the circle was thought fully remembered. (Continued from page 1) Song "The Morning Li ht is breaking " Reading of Lesson - Mrs. Willard Progress in Korea Mrs. Will Shear mail. Quartette ffc-ssi m?try Talk - Mrs. Guilford The Uraent Call Mr. Tom Jarrnan The Old ui i New Coina Mrs. U:n statM. Prayer Pastor. Come out! CHRISTIAN Bible School 9:45 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. Subject: "The Supreme Quet " 7:30 p. m. Sub ject: "The Ideal Husband." The evening s-rmoii will be of n special niture. To secure the matt-rial for this sermon a number ot young ldili s hfive been asked to write these "Meals" In this way the subjects will have local value and will be praciiiN.I. Boys Club meets 6:30 p. in. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:39 p. m. Next Sunday will close our church attendance campaign We have done well, let us do better the last day. Next Sunday is Family Day. Every member of the church urg ed to be present. The public cor dially invited. Young men especial ly invited. Come and hear what is expected of you of the young wom anhood of this city. W. Garnet Alcorn. Pastor. FIRST BAPTIST Last Sunday was a good day, not withstanding the disagreeable weather. We had 98 in Sunday School and 103 at the morning wor ship and 55 at night. The Young Peoples meeting was well attended and was interesting. At our prayer meeting on the 17th, there were 46 present. It is encouraging to see the increased interest in our services Next Sunday closes two years of work here us pastor, and there are some members of the church who have never attended a service dur ing that time. Please come next Sunday and let us try to get acquainted. The Sunday School is at 9:45 a. m., we hope to have 125 next Sun day. Will you be one of them? Bring some one with you. The hours for preaching are 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The B. Y. P. U., meets at 6:30 p. m. If you are not a regular attendant at any other services in town, you are urgently requested to come and worship with us next Sunday SAM P. GOTT. Pastor. GRACE BAPTIST. Last Sunday both morning and evening our congregations were 4 As to Style in Ycung Men's Oa!s A S you k n o w every critical dresser knows there is no half way in style. A hat is either all wrong or all right. It is just that fac ulty for being right that puts the Stetson where it stands to day. v Spring Stetsons here Soft and Stiff. Come see them. HANLY & GREEN very encouraging. A number equal to one half the membership were present. The Sunday School above average. Next Sunday Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. At the morning services there will be a Special Service (D. V.) that will make you very sorry if you should not be present, so we urge every one to come, who possi bly can. If you are not one who attends church come. If one who has been staying away from church from any cause come. We want the children to stay and if they fail they will be sorry. We want the old to come, the infirm to come, men and women who have thought unable, make an extra effort for one time at least. It may be your last We think there will be a surprise for those who come. Let every member try this time to come. And may the good Lord help you to come. W. D. CAVE. Pastor. ST.JUDES. Lenten Service every afternoon at 4, and, also at 7:30 on Wednesday and Friday. Sunday Services, Holy Commun ion at 7;30. Morning Prayer and Sermon at 11. Evening Prayer at 4. H. L. Hoover, Rector. 1 Everett Lawson, who attends the Rankles school in St Louis, visited his oarents from Friday until Mon day. Buy aft IHlomeS. r ; ' GOOD HARNESS Is always made of good leather, but good leather doesn't always make good harness unless it is made properly Ours are made right. We have a big lot to select from and they are priced right. We appreciate your business and Guarantee Every Strap of Our Harness ! deed u3Inid EVERYTHING IN LEATHER V