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ITEMS FROM FARMERS
Now is the time to select that Cloak, Suit or Dress. While
our stock is much larger and finer than we ever had before, we
are selling out of it every day and naturally the nicest gar
ments go first.
Don't forget that we are making special prices on every
garment right at the start instead of waiting until the season
We had some ladies here yesterday from another town
who bought nearly $130.00 worth of Cloaks and Suits from us.
They said we had Hannibal and Quincy beaten. May be they
were overly enthusiastic, but they certainly were pleased with
their purchases from us.
Special Sale on New Skirts.
We have just received today some latest style Tailor-Made Skirts, worth
$7.50; will put them on sale at only $5.00 each.
We have just received a case of Outing Flannels, not remnants but full
bolts, buy as .many yards as you want at only 5c yard, worth 8Jc yard.
Here is a real bargain 30 dozen Children's Fleeced Uuion Suits, all
sizes, the kind you pay 50c a suit for in other stores, on sale here now at 39c
Of Farmers, For Farmers
Pertaining to Farmers.
Selecting Seed Corn.
A beautifully illustrated and
thoroughly practical bulletin on the
selection and care of seed corn may
be had free by addressing T. C. Wil
son. Secretary'of the Missouri State
Board of Agriculture. Columbia, Mo.
In the fall is the time to select
Weekly Market Letter Published by
Woodson & Fennewald L. S.
Com. Co., National Stock
special effort on
than ever before.
your Shoes before seeing what we have. We are making a
shoes this season, with better assortments and lower prices
SPECIAL MJLLINERY SALE THIS WEEK. We have a nice line of
New Fall Hats and will offer every one this week at a bargain price.
Charles A. Carrico departed yes
terday for his home at Vancouver,
British Columbia, after a pleasant
visit with his father and many
Mrs. T. P. Middleton and sons,
Warren and Warden, returned to
their home at St. Joseph. Monday,
after a pleasant visit with relatives
For Sale A few choice S. C.
Brown Leghorn Cockerels cheap if
taken at once. H. H. Hiniker strain.
F. B. Carrico. Route 1, Monroe
City. F. &. M. Phone 152 D.
Mi3s Josephine Torbert departed
yesterday for her home, Wopello,
Iowa, after a pleasant visit with
Mrs. Emma Brown and daughter.
Miss Olivia, were with Mrs. Rose
Hampton here, Monday.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Yates, Saturday.
T. J. Proctor, of Chicago spent . Saturday evening a Mr. Carrico
part ot the week with his mother ; and Col. Dick Dalton came up from
I Hannibal and went out to Buckman
and many friends here.
T. W. Finnigan. of East St Louis
has been mingling with his Monroe
Arthur Cox and wife of Nevada,
Mo., spent part of the week with
relatives here. They went from
here to Pittsburg, Penn.. to visit
Roy Meriwether and William
Wadsworth have been in St. Louis
Attending the Masnnifi Grand Lndtfe
10-17 : as representatives of Monroe Lodge
Mrs. Mary Hendricks departed
Tuesday night for Tokoi, Wash.,
where she will spend the winter
with her daughter, Miss Hattie.
Mesdames S. Af Miller and W. E.
Shearman are in St. Louis attending
the State W. C. T. U. Convention.
Mrs. Miller is a delegate.
SOMETHING SPECIAL AT THE
In order to make our business grow
fast and at the same time save our
customers money, we make a spec
ial offer. With every $1.00 purchase
at the Economy Store at one time we
give you free any 5c article you want.
With every $2.00 purchase atone
time we give you free any 10c article
you want. Now this is in addition to
the big bargains we always have to
School house where Col. Dalton
used up about an hour rambling
around on all kinds of isms land
ing mostly in favor of the passage
of the single tax amendment. Af
ter finishing his talk and learning
that Hon. R. S. McClintic, the next
I State Senatar from this district was
going to answer, the Col. was in n
big hurry to get back to Hannibal.
Senator McClintic handled the ques
tion in able manner and showed
conclusively what the adoption of
the amendment would do for the
people of Missouri.
C. C. Cassady and wife have gone
to Oklahoma City. Okla., for
short visit. From there they go to
Mena, Ark., where they will spend
Mrs. J. L Palmer, Misses Grace
Palmer and Frances Whitfield and
Harry Palmer spent part of the
week with Quincy friends.
E. E. Kratz has some work for
the next few days. He is building
a handsome 6-room house for
George Yates on his farm near this
city a 50x50 foot barn and a 30x
40 foot crib for Lewis Abel.
Chas. Guthrie, of Paris is now the
watchmaker at Bebb's Jewelry
Store. Mr. Guthrie has the reputa
tion of being a first class workman
and a splendid young man.
Barn for rent. Mrs. John L
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Methodist church will give a Buke
Sale Saturday, the 28th, in the
J. B. Anderson store building. j
Mrs. J. J. Fitzpatrick and chil-;
dren, of Houston, Texas are with
their Monroe friends.
Harry Norman, of St. Louis was '
ABOUT THE CHURCHES
Interesting News Concerning the
Cattle receipts have been moder
ate this week While choice kind
have held steady, the medium kind
are a little lower. We sold one
load of prime 1175 lb. steers today
at $10.75, which is the highest price
load of cattle ever sold in the his
tory of this market.
Bulk of choice prime steers sell
ing from $9.50 to 10.75; good $8 25
to 9.25; medium $7.50 to 7.50; fair
$5.75 to 6.25. Cows steady. Bulk
of choice cows selling from $6 50 to
7.00; good $5.00 to 5.75; fair killers
$4.25 to 4.90. Choice heifers strong
medium heifers 10 to 15c lower. :
Bulk of choice to prime heifess sell-',
ing from $8.00 to 900; good $650 '
to 7.50 medium $5.00 to 5.75; fair ;
killers $4.50 to 5.00. I
Hog market closing 5c lower to-!
day. Bulk of good hogs selling!
$8.75 to 8.85.
Sheep 15 to 25c lower. Bulk:
$3.75 to $400. Lambs $6.75 to 7.50.
For Wednesday before date of
Hogs .$6.25 to 8.00
Sheep 3.00 to 4.00
This Column Closes Promptly at
9 A. M. Each Wodnesday.
Preaching next Sunday morning
at 11 and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. Dr.
ST. JUDES CHURCH.
Rev. Charles A. Eaton, Rector.
Feast of S. Michael and All An
gels (Seventeenth Sunday after
7 a. m. The Holy Communion.
10:45 a. m. The Holy Communion
and Sermon. Subject: "The Holy
7:30 p. m. Evensong and Sermon.
On Monday October 7th. The
Most Reverend S. S. Tuttle, D. D. D.
C. L. L. L. I., Presiding Bishop of
the American Church, and Bishop
of Missouri, will preach and admin
ister the Apostolic Rite of the
"Laying on of Hands " The service
will commence at 7:30 p. m.
The public cordially invited to
hear the venerable Bishop of Mis
Bible School 9:45 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Evening subject: "If We
Should Rid the World of Christ."
The public cordially invited.
Prayer service this evening at
Sabbath Bible School 9:45 a. m.
Peaching 11 a. m. Subject: 'The
Three Graces" 1 Cor. 13:13. Song
service at 7:30 followed by a short
talk from Rom. 1:16.
DR. J. W. SMITH.
Shipments for week light; T J
LamDS 6.SO to 5.50 ; Yates 1 mixed car sheen and hnts!
Cattje 400 to 9.00
Spring chickens 1 1-2 to 12c
2 1-2 pounds
Old Roosters 05c
Turkey Hens 10c
Young Toms 8c
Guineas, each 17 Jc
Butter.. 18c j
Green Hides. 10c
Wheat No. 2 1.00
Henderson & Sons Produce Co., 2
car eggs and 1 car poultry; Monroe
Coal & Grain Co. 1 car oats.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank our kind
friends for their assistance during
the sickness of our beloved
husband and father and for
words of sympathy. May God
bless you all.
Mrs. W. A. Gosney and children.
Quite a number from this city
went to Paris, Monday to attend
the funeral of Sheriff Nolen.
D W. Carpenter and family and
I W. A Hawkins and family of Shel-
bina came in yesterday and a fam
ily reunion was held at the home of
Oats ..27 to 29c ! C- L Carpenter
Hay $7.00 to $8.00 : Mrs. C. A. Dusky has been the
Baled Hay $8.50 to 10.00 guest of Miss Lena Donley.
Under a Bi$ Tent
roe (ity Saturday, Sept. 28.
The New and Ancient South. Boyer's
Dixie Fashion Plate Minstrel Show.
Funniest Show on the Road.
Forty of the best singers, dancers, cakewalkers,
and commedians. We eome with new people, new
specialty acts, and startling features. Beautiful cos
tumes, fine music, pretty dusky maidens. An invin
cible coterie of colored minstrel artists. Hear our
challenge band and orchestra of twenty pieces, under
the direction of Prof. P. G. Lowery, the world's chal
lenge cornetist. Remember the date.
Big Street Parade at Noon
wra" here Tuesday.