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E. VV. MAJOR'S SPEECH
(CiHillni'i.'il From Kirt I iik'i-)
equal or better cnancf; to win untu
the railroad? have of securing an af
firmance of the. judgmeulH in the
Tne principles invoivea in tin wr
station not only .'ffoct the St.tto of
MiBKottri, but every other Ktutt- iu
the American Union. The principles
Involved strike at the foundation of
our government, shall the right of
the states be preserved or shall Ihey
be swallowed up by the Federal gov
ernment? To carry these cases to the Su
preme Court of the United States, on
account of the voluminous records,
was necessarily expensive, but wo i
have spared neither time nor labor In i
our efforts to sustain these laws for !
the neoDle of the commonwealth. !
Fall Fashions and
Fabrics Now Ready
We offer a complete assort
ment of Fall and Winter
woolens. We have clever
fabrics that make up into
just the kind of business
suit that is serviceable.
produced in our establish
ment have perfect construc
tion and fit. Come in and
order your Fall garments
now at reasonable prices.
WOOLENS for your selection.
L. L. LANE.
Monroe City, Mo.
Cross State Highway.
The Hannibal & St. Joseph Cross
State Highway Association held a
meeting at Shelbina last Monday.
All the Counties were represented
at the meeting except two.
Each committeeman reported
progress in his county and it ap
peared that Monroe, Ralls and Shel
by were considerably behind the
Trail markers consisting of
white cross on black background
were adopted and it is expected
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mat uiese marKers win all De in
place in about two weeks.
The building of the Cross State
Highway through Monroe County
has has been delayed on account of
not having a grader of sufficient
capacity to do the work but a large
engine grader has been purchased
and it is expected that work will
commence this week.
There will be a tour of inspection
beginning Oct. 15th, but it has not
yet been decided whether it will
start from St. Joseph or atJHanni
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Dai. it is expected that many
more will go over the route this fall
than in the spring and Monroe will
have to hurry or expect somejse-
vere criticism for not completing
our part of the road. Welreceived
considerable praise last spring and
it is hoped we will be able to keep
up our record.
The Kiddies are only kid
dies for a few short years.
The sweetness and charms of
youth soon vanish. Preserve
that charm while you can.
Miss Belle Johnson,
Miss May Bell has resumed her
duties as teacher in the Hunnewell
Attend the Methodist ladies' bake
An eminent engineer gives it out
that a 24-foot channel can be had
from the gulf of the St. Lawrence
to the Gulf of Mexico, 3300 miles
for less than the cost of the Pana
ma canal. Such a channel would
mean that trie great ship of com
merce would come to our very
doors for our products.
Jacob Levy, of King City spent
part of the week with his ..broth
er, Herman Levy. From here he
went to St. Louis to attend the Ma
sonic Grand Lodge.
Mrs. J. T. Jones and son from
Santonio, Texas, are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Great -house.
tor Sale One coal and one
wood heating stove. P. M. Chris -
! F. D. Proctor and family have re
turned from Sturgeon Bay, Wis..
! where they spent the summer.
j Mrs. Virgie Bristow Moore, of
iKingsdown. Kan., arrived Monday
to visit her many friends here.
; S. T. Pollard was able to be out
: yesterday after a severe illness of a
H. A. Warinner in a letter to the
Democrat extends his best regards
to his many old Mends here.
i Thomas S. Pearson, of Laddonia
. was looking after business interests
l here yesterday.
Mrs. E. A. Thompson returned
Saturday from a visit at Minne
J. T. Carpenter and wife, of Fres
no, Calif., are visiting his brother, C.
See Camille in moving pictures
at the Gem, Friday, Oct. 18. 4 reels
for only 5c and 10c.
Camille in moving pictures at the
Gem Friday Oct. 18 4 reels 5c
Oliver Nolen, of Moran, Kan.,
has been with relatives here.
The House of
Even if you had Rock
efeller's wealth you would
be no exception. Does it
interest you to know,
therefore, that the mer
chandise we are offering
you is a bargain?
. Not a bargain in the
first sense of the word,
but values of such high
order, such good clean
merchandise, so much
service, satisfaction and
wear, that you'll say if
you buy your Fall Suit
or Overcoat from us "The
biggest bargain I ever
Clothes with a world
of style and snap, brand
new, sparkling styles and
patterns, in the new rough
and basket weave finish,
English models, conserva
tive models, and in fact
clothes to suit every man.
It will pay you to inves
tigate our snowing.
Sullivan Clothing Co.
215 HEAD OF STOCK AT
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At the home place of the late John S. McClintic, 7 1-2 miles
Northwest of Monroe City, 2 1-4 miles Northeast of Hunnewell
" WMtmt tmal
57 Head of Hogs
of which are 7 brood sows, 49
shoats, one thoroughbred registered
71 Head of Extra Good Sheep,
consisting of 68 ewes and two
40 Head of High Grade
as follows: 7 extra good brood
mares from 6 to 8 years old; six 5
yr-olds, 5 four-yr-olds, 5 three-year-olds,
4 yearling colts and six suck
One Imported Belgian Stallion,
weighs 2,150 pounds, one of the
best breeders in the state. Many
of his colts are to be seen at the
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Forty-seven head of cattle, con
sisting of 5 milk cows. 30 heifers. 3
yearling steers, 4 three-yr-old steers,
4 calves. All above stock are first
class in every particular and will be
sold without reserve.
TERMS: A credit of 12 months wil be given, purchaser to give
bankable note bearing 8 per cent interest.
RS. JOHN S. IVIcCLINTIC.
M. B. PROCTOR, Clerk
W. T. YOUELL. DAVE LILLARD, Auctioneers.
Mrs. Dora L. Hallock and daugh- G. Ellet Tompkins, wife and baby Miss Anna Belle Ely, the oldest
ter, Miss Mayme have gone to Mil- have been here from Denver, visit- daughter of Dr. A. W. Ely, is teach-
ford. Texas where both will teach in ing their many friends. Ellet has a n$ at ,Endicf"i.Wasn- She
a college this year. They are splen- good position with the railroad. He 18 getting a salary of $75 per month,
did teachers and most excellent reports the Monroe colony in Den- Sentiment in favor of public li-
ladies. - ver as being well and prosperous. braries is increasing all over the
Tom Cleary shipped in 4 cars of Mrs. N. J. McPike, of Wabash, country and why not since a well
I feeders from Winconsin to feed on Indiana is visiting her brother-in- selected library is a great thing for
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