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-Too i tor lam week.
' ' itt! 8 : "p look'W"ll.
I bucking llic ovdfr o? tip fiav. ;
0 I'hool i progressing nicely I
binder he management of Miss Mac-g.-
Rumor has it that then will bo a I
'We I linn in Joanna noon.
. ilephone ami gravel road are
nr. needed from Monro" City to
. . 'Mas Berry, f near Joanna, I
p i based a tract -of land from lVat ,
Ni Met. Price WT6,
toe Route and wife have been visit
lag in Monroe County the past week.
Nath Hearni wltl move to Hannibal
aoon and we regret to lose him but ;
with bin euooees.
George summers hat returned from
the bay bottoms where he haa been
r gathering hit oorn.
Mra. Ann Motif of near Joanna, It
'building a new dwelling bouae.
W. H. Thompson delivered a One
bun.'h of hogs to Moufot stock buy
ci iast week. Price three eentt.
Heckard Brot. are running a saw
mill near st. Paul.
There is tinging at Oakland church
ovary Wednetday night, oonductcd
'-by T. P. Swveu.
'Our sports will all turn out by order
of the Monroe City DKMOCHAT in
December and help the poor of st,
Louis to have a liabbtt featt Xtnat.
There was Matt a' Bruth Creek
Several from hare want to Hunting I
ton christian church Sunday night.
Geo. W. Hampton s.ld hi farm
near here containing u'lii acres to a
man in Hannibal.
Miss Minnie Griffin will sell her
pertonal property Dec. nth.
Hatch hoop pole factory dout a big
Furrie rs are gathering corn.
Several from here were trading in
your city Saturday.
At you have no correspondent from
this viointiy perhaps ft few items from
"""H1 b"(f Home interest t you and I
JvaOfthO DEMOCUAT. As ij
. y'an unexperienced hand atthlt but
ncHs and t' is being my llrst effort I
don't know whether this will be of i
very much Importance.
Eugene Mltobel, of New Market,
hat returned from near Woodland
where be has been gathering his crop j
Philip Ruth, of gulden, visited:
friends in this vicinity Sunday and i
The protracted nvjetln commenaed
at the M. K. Church Saturday even
ing. The farmers have been busy husk
ing corn the last week or so but owing
to the Inclemency of the weather they
have not been doing much the last ,
Of any Clothing Store in Monroe County. We i ive lower prices than others jf
Tor same Goods. Other merchants will tell you they can compete with us, J
but look at their goods and come to see ours; you will be sure to buy trom us. ?S
Just take notice to the bargains we offer.
We Have a Big Assortment of Overcoats, in short and
Boys Vestec Suits, ages from 3 to 9,
0 Oilier merchants sell at 81.25 for.
medium, and Ulsters, Prices from 53,00
Worth $6.00 for !).()')
Boys Knee Suits, ages from 5 to 15
Other merchants sell at $11.25 for.
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Our Line of Furnishing Goods is Complete.
g5 Youths Long Pant Suits, ages 10 to 20,
O Other merchants sell at 12.50 for 91.50
0 " " :s.oo i.75
O " ' " " 8.50 " 2.50
Heavy Fleeced Lined Underwear 50c garment, for $ 40 0
Wool " " worth 80c, for 00 52
All wool Gamel'ci hair, worth SI 9S fur VR 0
Ji.OO All wool sox, white, blue or red, worth 25c, for 20
Overalls, otliei merchants sell for $ .."0 for 40
I. r',c r.f ..
- ' w tU i
" " .75 50
" 1.00 75
" " 1.23 " $(100
;.00 Plush (black or light) worth 8 50 for I? 40
"t" a uuiioo corduroy, wear forever
M0 Chinchilla, black,
Other merchants sell at $7.50 for $4.00 Melton, blue or black
- " " " 9-00 " i.: 5.00 Blue or Black Cloth
" ' " 12.00 " .,....!. 6.60 "
Cjr ' " " 15.00 8.00
O. P, Cannon la going to opon a ra
Wai-ri'n soim1 time In
We will sell you
ii pound can lint apple butter
H pound can apples 10c
' , ' , , Oltwion attendd the Thanksgiving
a pouna can .woiasses...... toe , ,. ....
5,1 - ball at Monroe ( It
oatr ?1kii in
the near future.
My. Polllo Hawkln, of Monroe
t.'ity is vUitlng hr daughter, Mrs. L.
Mrs. L, I). MoGlaason haa been
inffering very muoh from a severe
attack ol umsiiit'iH. but glad to report
.las. J. Kit.tmti i.-k anil John Mo-
some one aski
was in town Monday
a .--mill on li is face,
d him what ho wan look-
Can Beans 5c
Good Raisins per pound 5c
15c Package currents for 10c
There has been considerable itn-
provemeat in and arouna w arren.
huilt a One seven
Fire Proof lamp chimneys No. 2 r00m houg0 ,and .Tl)l, Mlthiand, ike
10c. The regular 15c kind. I Longaoro, Win. Hedrlok, .lake Rager,
No. 1 Fire Test Chimney 5c Mart Day, Jamoa Teed, LT. V. Davie,
It seems that we will havfcwln- Kline have all built new barns
icr unu yuu nuru
75c Undershirts 50c
Men's Leather Faced Mitts 15c,
25c and 50c.
The best $2.00 Felt and Overs
Everything in the millinery
Next week we will open up
the Finest Line of
Including Candies, Nuts. etc..
tit prices way below the high
Clare not; Yager who has been
mustered out with the Fifth Mo. Ketfi
ment is visiting his lather, near War
ren. Will Jones has leased a iieue.
of land on the B Oolvert farm westtf
Warren and is jf0'My 10 bare a bouse
raising this week.
R'.v. .Tones tilled his regular ap
pointments at the Baptist ehureh at
Kinden Sunday. He has been con
ducting a protracted meeting at the
Warren Baptist ehureh and has so
far succeeded in getting about seven
teen addition,; to the. church.
Quite a crowd assembled at th"
Baptist ehureh Sunday morning
Sunday School and after reviewing
the lesson, the pastor of the church
I being absent. Joseph Rensbaw gave
j & very Interesting talk on bow to -live
I a Christia-! Ufa.
ing so happy about and he said his
wife presented him an eleven pound
girl Saturday night. I don't blame
Mr. Sours for looking happy, he has
something to be proud of.
The following names are of parties
who delivered bogs at Monroe City
from this vicinity last week, John
Longaoro, Will Fredrick, Will Cole
man, Geo. Smith, Oil Vanlanding
ham, Geo, MoGlasson( Lloyd Thur
niaii, tieo. Ragan and P. JMasterson.
The Monroe. City Stock men have got
all the live stock that has been Jfed in
the western part of Marlon County
the last few years.
WEST END NOTES.
Little Miss l'Mith Jarmnn spent
Friday and Saturday with her aunt,
Mrs. Dick Heath of Palmyra.
Mrs. W. H. Tucker and two chil
dren, of Hannibal spent Thursday
and Friday here the guebt of relatives
Frank McAllister, of Bhiel was
trading with our merchants Friday.
li. H. Hagar and wife were the
guest of H. H. Douglas and family,
of near Shlel Thursday.
Mrs. Savilla Elliott returned homo
Thursday after spending several
weeks with F. J.' Kendrlok and wife,
Mrs. M. it. Uuurneand little son, of
Palmyra were th gueetl of D. U.
Campbell and wife a fe.v d iy ., this
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