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   Moberly Democrat (Newspaper) - July 27, 1919, Moberly, Missouri                                MOBETRLT DEMOCRAT SUNDAY JULY 27 1919 t THE FIRST SHIPMENT OF OUR YOUNG LADIES SUITS HAVE ARRIVED Beautiful new models new materials new trim mings Fur trimmed models in rich materials or the plainer styles in navy tricotine all handsomely lin ed You should get interested in your Fall wear ear ly in order to get what you want These suits were bought sixty days earlier thanj usual Your goingaway Suit is here I B FORNEY LADIES READYTOWEAR LOCALANDPERSONALRUCKER ATTACKS STAGGERING COST OF Misses Flora and Clara Louise Berg will return to their homein Marshall today after a visit with their brother Sidney Eerg and wife fron can get any partof apump at Selby Hardware Company 214 North Clark street phone S25 5d3 Miss Lucille Guy or Kansas City oitrne in last night for a weeks visit BLANTON IN BITTER WAR TO BE BURDEN SPEECH IN HOUSE FOR MANY YEARS with her mother and her sister Mrs struclc a responsive chord in the Frank Holman j ilouseFriday when he made a scath Miss Margaret Weisinger of Kaning attack upon Representative Blan sas City is the of her slater ton of Texas bringing energetic ap iVIrs Ed Peters I plause fromboth sides of the aisle Mens Gun Metal Oxfords Button Rllckers attack was entirely by in nuendo the rules of the house forbid ding members by name but the house well understood his allusions to the young upstart Blantpn whose presence in previ ous congresses has been conspicu ous byhis silence has recently at tacked organized labor and filibus tered on each measure that did not meet with his apporval Ruekers attack came after Blaii Missouri Member Rebukes Xexns Manifold Uses to Which Money Must Mniv for OppositionRelief Bill for Injured Mail Carrier Washington D C resentative Rucker of Missouri and Lace reduced to cash at JOR Mullens 12tf II B FerriLor wife and daughter have returned to their home in Coim cll Bluffs after a visit with Mrs Ef fie Ferritor They stopped over here while en route home from an extended trip through the north and Canada Pocket knives razors and hair clippers at the Selby Hardware com ton had forced at least four rollcalls 8c AX AOPvK CHKAP EXOTTGU s Show How Cheap Hard Roads AVHl J5o to Fanner Mexico Mo July show the Andrain county fanners how really cheap the proposed 200 miles oC hard surfaced roads for this conn tors prescribed local remedies and by constantly tailing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incur able Vtarrh is a local disease greatly influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Ca tarrh Medicine manufactured by IP J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio la a ty will be it has been figured that j constitutional remedy is taken in the maximum cost will be S cents an ternally and acts thru tbe blood on acre This is putting it in language that the farmers understand and will probably make a number of those who previously thought the roads would cost thsm too much Chang their minds completely To get at the above result it is Iignred this There are 43132G acres of farm land in Aiulrain county and the total asesssed valuation Is 528 At 10 per cent the maximum j amount that can he voted for hard the muoous surfaces of the system One Hundred Dollars reward is of fered for any case that Halls Catarrh medicine fails to cure Send for clv culars and testimonials T J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by druggists 75e Family Pills lor tion pany 214 North Clark street tele phono 32 G IfidS A iittle more for your money at the Selby Hardwarecompany 214 North Clark street phone 325 5d3 Murphy a former popu lar youngrailroad man of this City who has been in overseas service an an engineer returned home on No 9 last evening Mens Tan Oxfords Button and Lace reduced to j295 cash at Joe Mullens 12tf Mens Patent Leather Oxfords Button and Lace reduced to ar Joe Mullens 12tf washed sewers opened Impossible Colonel i heah sah yeh have surfaced roads under the law these haic jn a supply of liquor an I 431320 acres will have to pay at the uudeistan it is righf hlffh in price outside 8721852 This means that the town property corporate rail roads telephone property in the towns will have to pay the remaining one acre will cost But this is the amount to he paid in 20 years then by dividing by 20 the cost per acre each yoar will be only or a small fraction over S cents If a man owns a farm of 100 acres he will have to pay each year for 20 years My deali MTjoh paid JPS nine dollars a quawtfoil it sah Aint that a expensive Col onel Not in my estimation sah It is th fust time have cvtih had th privilege of payin somewheh neah figure I have always considered it New York Evening Post and cleaned all kinds housecleaning basements and See 32 A Kingsbury G15 Hagood lG3t John Barclay is back from Prance mingling with old friends after over seas service in a sanitary train of a hospital unit Mr Barclay was an agent for the Prudential Life Instir ance Company bafora the war an in this Livtrtri j H B Pflcher for Mil etoctricol work and Call lilff Reed or pboae 7M I Mr and Mrs Cleo Chrismer an Toe Chrismerand family will leav today for their homes in St Louis after a visit with M E Chrismer and family and Mrs George Bridges One lot of Ladies Pumps anc Strap Slippers in Vici Kid and Pat cut Leather reduced to at Joe Mullens 12 tf Croquet sets at Selby Hardware company 214 North Clark street phone 323 15d3 Mr and Mrs J C Randecker o Booneville are guests of their daugh ter Mrs J L Bradley When you are with dressedup folks do you feel well dressed with a on points of no quorum in a one man filibuster against a1 small bill ap propriating Tor paymeint toicar rier who had lost 40 days service even over that verge by the battles because ofabroken leg sustained that were fought for us To while 071 duty Rucker charged the maiked and thg nameless graves of Be Fiit Slakes Readjustment of FmiTices For All Xatioiis Necessary The debts of war They will hang heavy over the people of this old earth for many a long day to come The treasure that has gone into the fighting of the Great War is well nigh incalculable When it is even estimated it makes the imagination reel under the impact of its figures That the money debt is the least of these debts of manifest There are greater debts than those that can be counted in dollars and cents in francs lire and pounds sterling Debts of gratitude debts of appre ciation are hard to pay Some way the always seems to outrun ev en the interest that can be paid The greatest debt of these is that we owe to the maimed bodyand the bewildered brain of the men who were wounded gassed shellshocked and driven to the verge of insanity Texas Congressman with a lack Flanders and the Argonne the Miss Lehnie Tucker has gone to There Is more Catarrh in tlon of the country than ail other diseases put together and lor years Miss Marcella ORourke oC Merid ian Miss is the guest of Mrs Luther Bickle and Mrs Olive Sknner J W Shipp and wife of Tulsa Ok and Mrs Naomi Watts of Fayette If was supposed to be incurable Doc are guests of Mrs Alva Wlvjte Mens Week IN OUR JULY SALE and Cotton We have a wonderful line of Mens Shirts beautiful in design and fabric dressy and serviceable MADRAS PERCALE NEGLIGEE SHIRTS Better Grade Shirts with mercerized or silk stripes SILK wide range of silk broad cloth and crepe de chines PanamaBangkok and all Straw Hats OneHalf Price Mens Palm Beach Mens Kool and summer weight wool coat and to and Athletic Union Suits98c Athletic Union Suits79c Soft Collars this week 35c each 3 for87c Summer Wash Ties made of Tub Silk 75c quality 59c each three soft collar on tf Miss Bettie Castle who bean the charming guest of Miss Fredrici Priesmeyerreturned yesterday to hei home in Quincy Are you dressed up when you have on a soft collar and shirt tf Mrs T Windsor of South Clark street is visiting friends in Kansas City One lot of Ladies Pumps Oxfords Strap Slippers reduced to cash at Toe Mullens 12tf Mrs Elizabeth Lamb went to Hol liday yesterday for a visit with her sister Pasteurization givea a guarantee that no disease can enter the family through the milk daleCarter dairy phoce 402 tf Mrs Fred Erdman has returned to her home in St Louis after a visit with Charles Selby A paint for every purpose at Sel by Hardware company 214 North Clark street phone 325 Mrs D Mahpngy and familyre turnedto theirhome inHannibal yes terday after a visitwith Mrs Mar tin Denimer Use I Favorite Flour Made in Moberly I BOWERS THE STORE OF BETTER VALUES OF GARAGE OWNER RELEASED ON BOND Fielding Kawlins Calm in Court Re Turns to His Farm With His Wife Carrollton Mo July ing J Rawlins wealthy farmer j charged with murder and confessed 1 slayer of Conrad Deterding garage owner was arraigned before Justice William Will Friday morning and was released under bond A preliminary hearing was waived by agrement between the attorney for the State and the defense Rawl sense Blanton attempted to reply champagne and the Pieardy fields but the boos from the entire house we can acknowledge the indebt membership drowned his voice edness that free men everywhere must forever feel But there are things that we can Baltimore andWashington whereshe do tliat vve can do with our money will be the guest ol relatives and and services We can help friends for several weeks These cities tlle strjclten ianjs of the world as we are two of the most interesting eenwouldliketo be helped should such ters in the nation and besides the soa catrastrophe befall America When cial pleasures she will enjoy Miss we Uave it possible for the or Tucker will bring back valuable cliarcls to l3iOom again in Picatdy facts that she will make good use of spindles to turn again in Lille in her work as ateacher I and the miners to goback to their iWm Jefferson Fox oi Oklahoma work in Lens when we have given Citv is a welcome guest in the home that there may be shelter again for of his grandparents J W Fox and the shelterless in Northern France wife of West Coates street Win Jef and Belgium and have brought soine ferson is the bright young son of thing like order out of Wars desola Aubrey Fox and wife two former tion we will have aright to feel that LEVYS O T O 1 Special bale or Ladies High Shoes In White Canvass and Reinskin I Lot 1 Lot 2 Lot 3 Lot 4 Lot 5 Ladies White Reinskin Shoes values Sale Ladies White Reinskin Shoes values Sale Ladies White Reinskin Shoes values Sale Price Ladies White Canvas Shoes values Sale i Ladies White Canvas Shoes values Sale LEVYS popular Moberly citizens we have accomplished something Af Fred Fleming and wife otCape ter we haveplaced these men hack Girardeau areihere visiting relatives at their desksor back in their fields and their many friends They drove or at their benches where they may through in a car and stopped over at take care of themselves and feel that Hannibal tovisit Mrs Flemings sis they are indeedand in truth men ter Mr and Mrs Fleming were again we will have paid a little of the married last Christmas at JopHn and much that we owe this is their first visit to Moberly j After we have given into the since their marriage Mrs Fleming hands of the government the funds formerly wasMiss Mildred Cooper of chatare necessary to start public blein unrest and tost efficiency The aim of every American should be to see to it that the nation gets back ori the basis ofwork and opportunity for everybody just as soon as possi ble this city Fritz Olson and wifs oi1 motored to Moberly yesterday spend the weekend with relatives Mrs W O CundilT friends in Kansas Ciity F M McCulIy and wife who have works to send ships down to the sa that trade may be stimulated to to bring back themen who have fought our overseas battles home again visiting why thenwe can feel that we have made some little start toward taking care of swch debts that can be paid in been visitingMrs W K Butler and money and imservdces Mrs Lida Borst of Cedar Rapids For airotAliese vast requirements Iowa returned home yesterday afthe governniealMieeds vast sums oi ternoon They were accompanied by money Durfngvthe war the Liberty Mrs Borst who will visit them for loans floatedand billions of dol a while They made the trip in their lars needed to win the war were car returning by way of Keokuk subscribedBntinore is needed The where they inspected the big dam i government this and Miss Elvira Rector is visiting evo ve people but who friendsnear Evanaville r1 possessed small means were consia J JJ Skinner andwife of Arm Then War Savings strong theguests of their daugh stamp was put the market This 1 i j Was the original iVbaby botid Important Aniiouncbmcnt Hale Bros Stoiiurn wall paper and paint dealers wish to announce that they have at last caught up with their so as to be able to take on some new jobs Anyone needing any wallpapering done call on them at 409 West Reed street They also carry the best line of paints in the city er MrsJ A Alexander It For 0room Jiouss C0st the holder interest 4 closein Willsell cheap for per cent compounded quarterly ciuick sale Call 5005F3 brought its value up duiinga five year periodto Hundrecis mil fvjCKIE SAS aesr lions was raised through these 5 War Savings Stamps Now a new issue is available The new issue comprises certificates for 100 and These possess all the advantages of the stamp but do away with the necessity for stick ing stamps to the certificates and of fer an ideal investment for onewho can buy the larger denominations All of the reconstruction plans must he carried out to the end if America is to prosper and remain at peaceTo simply let things drift to permit the countryto bring about its own blind and undirected readjust ments will endin confusion andtrou For n Bilious Attack If you have hilious attacks give Chamberlains tablets a trial They are excellent Willis Browning of Pattonshurg Mo has this to say ot them About a year ago my wife us ed abottle of Chamberlains tablets and they cured her of a bad bilious attack also of constipation from which she had been years suffering for PATRICK CtTDAHT TO PACKER DIES Started Career af Age of Twelve BTG BEN ALARM CLOCKS New ahipment Just Other Alarm Clocks from up with plain end radlole4fata Youngs Jewelry Store 411 Reed St PboM sure1 Brill be ofreal value to you It teils you truth about those goods ToIearn the facts about the things TAXI SERVICE J are the leading TaxiCo in Mob ins wiia be brought to trial iathe erly Nothing bxit firstclass cars used circuit court in September term Hudson Supersand Chandler Six circuit court m cars Parties and funerals our special Rawhns entered tie court room ty Country driyes made anywhere ia calm and selfpossessed He returned the stateat reasonable prices to his home and resumed work with his threshing crew Mrs Kawlins ac Phones a01 152 1 cornpanied him JH Staaton suid B W Cunningham WHEN IT SNOWS You will not need LOW CUT SHOES but now to keep cool and com fortable Pumps Sandals or Oxfords are correct and addto your foot comfort TERRILL BROS and Accumulated Millions yonneed to make you a useful corn Milwaukee Wis July 2 for table and happy citizen leara v rick Cudahy president of the Cud them by reading theadvertisements ahy Brothers Company packers of Cudahy Wis died suddenly Friday night from an apoplectic stroke Cudahy passed away at his home on Prospect avenueHe was rated a multimillionaire Cudahy retiredfrom j active business in 1915 making his son Michael the head of his pack ing business Later when his sons j Michael and John entered the war he again became the chief executive i Cudahy was born in Ireland In 1S49 He came to this country when a lad at the age of 12 embarked as an employe of a packing concern In 1S7G he became a partner of Plankj intqn Armour and in 18SS with his brother John bought the Plank inton interest and later established the Cudahy Packing company Democrat ads will bring results There was a time when you had to take some advertisements with a grain of salt That was because a few advertisers thought they could sell their goods better by misrepre senting them Those advertisers have either gone out of business or mended their ways longago They learned by hard experience that it did not pay There were other advertisers who proved that the only way to adver tise successfully make regular cus tomers and build good will was to tell the Absolute truth about their goods in their advertisements Today practically all advertisers are of too high character to permit an untruth to appear over their names When a company advertises to you it is trying to get you for a perma nent customer It has goods that is Beautifulin outline Wonderful in finish this Georgian design satisfy every de for refinement and beauty in silverware Bee4 and WUXi   

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