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THURSDAY, JANUARY 16
Wc will begin our Big Tt3 id-Winter Clearing Sale
During this sale we will have nothing to
give away, but will sell merchandise from
25 to 50 per cent less than was ever offer
ed to the people of Monroe City and vicinity
f hoe Special
TWing this sale we will place on sale
jcvcivt'l hundred pair of Ladies' Misses
;..td ..itile Gents Shoes at $1.00 per pr.
and several hundred pair of Boy's and
Men's Shoes at $1.25 and $1.50 per pr.
Thirse are high grade shoes and at the
. iKwe prices are sold at less than half
the wholesale price.
We will also place all our regular stock
of shoes in this sale at wholesale prices
This is the greatest opportunity you
will ever have to buy shoes
We still have a ood assortment of
rubber goods and felt boots which we
will sell at reduced prices during this
sale It will pay you to give us a look
We will place all our Men's and Boys'
suits and overcoats in this sale at
Some big values in boys suits as low
as $1.75 and young mens suits from
$3 up Don't fail to see them
Ladies' Ready-to-wear garments con-
sisting of coats, suits and skirts at less
"A good warm line of glove at less
Shirts and Collars
We will place all our line of shirts and
collars in this sale at cost
The famous Slip-easy collar goes in
this sale at 10 cents
All hosiery goes in this sale at cost
All ladies and mens union suits $1.00
value suits go in this sale at 75 ceui.s
Separate 50 cent values at 35 cevus
and boys and misses separate gar
ments at 15 cents during this sale
We still have a good assortment of
ladies and misses sweaters which we
will place in this sale at less than cost
A job lot of silk waists at 50 cents each
A big assortment of embroidery at
5 cents, 10 cents, 15 cents big values
See our special 10 cent line of ribbons
Big value in gingham, a special lot at
A special lot of outing at 5 cents
It will pay you to buy now as we will
sell all our wool-nap and wool blank
ets at less than cost
A special lot of 12 cent cotton cluny
lace in this sale at 7 cents
Don't fail to ask to see our special in
Overalls and Shirts
We will give you a good line of shirts
and. overalls in this sale for 45 cents
and all our duck coats and corduroy
coats and pants at less than cost
Don't fail to see our line of Henderson
and American Beauty corsets
We must make room for the arrival of our spring
stock which will be the most complete ever shown
in Northeast Missouri and therefore will give you
. the advantage of the above prices
Without speculating in
any sense by placing your
funds in the interest bear
ing Certificate of Deposit
It is always worth 100 cents
on the dollar, and pays divi
dends at fixed dates.
It can be turned into cash at
once, and i3 protected by the
same guaranty that covers the
general deposits of this bank.
You can invest in there
certificates at any time
in convenient sums.
Dog's Doc' or Bill $3000.
A funeral that would have been
appropriate fornny human being in
more than moderate circumstances
was accorded Monkey, a pug dog
owned by Mrs. Hairy Jackson, of
Cincinnati, Ohio, which was buried
in a lot provided by a humane soci
ety of this city.
The dog was laid out in a beauti
ful coffin in the best room in the
Jackson home. It was 20 years old
and had traveled nearly 50,000
miles with its mistress.
During the last twelve years
Monkey had been in ill health, and
during that time Mrs. Jackson spent
over $3000 trying to restore her pet.
In If tter days f jr veterinary sur
geons v ere in alrrost constant at
,; Mo&oe City Ban!:. fcl
r preparing to
.; when death
vvre fer.t by
.' i .up a!. The
i s i hearse to
. : can iages
1 You Ought to Have I
P. r ! a i' i
See Us About It
Miss Belle Johnson.
i L :-u, irw-c. I nave a story
V l h i ; T ai r.f Wi . t. , ol! v;u. It is not
' m .i y It i.ny. I at. s. it is too
true. "Tis utoht. ( nr r.ob'e language
.tind the way that 'she is spoke;'
j thot.'s.j for words l'' not disparage,
but if'? come to le a joke. Just a
little demonstration that applies
j perhaps to you when you say "I
really knowed it," and you should
have said "I knew." "Clum" and
"cliin" "I knew.' "Ciumb" and
"Clim" for "cliroD" is taken, and for
fniii.h4- vnn c-.iw "uta fit ujAnUnVf
for Billings Mont., where he has a u u- n t
position as foreman in a large j thought that I would split when for
excellent workman and will . u ,?
I you blam a man for quitting com-
L. H. Hopper departed Tuesday
Don't forget in your next order to
order Monroe Flour. None' better
The hit of the season will be pre
sented at the Gem Theatre, next
Monday night. .
mon words and using sLug? One
mini said to iTiv,-, "i laaeu," when he
meant to say "I took;" but the
saint? 3v n lrm tie. one, who
! instead of "sneaked" said "snook.
'Writ" h vb.r.t they say for "writ-
Mrs. N. L Hume, has gone' to J ten" a"d for "wrote" they say the
Ft, Worth Texas to spend several i same ihvs I could go ou forever,
weeks with her daughter Mrs. E. W. j but I guts vou see the name. Per-
Mrs. W. J. Rouse went to Hanni
bal Friday to install the officers of
Ruth Rebekah Lodge. The O d d
Fellows and Rebekahs held a joint
installation and the occasion was a
very pleasant one.
If you want first-class up-to-date
shoe repairing call an Henry Pick
ens, 2 doors west of Anderson &
Son's grocery store.
haps you think I'm ju&i a-kidding.
but yru'il ftod it p't too true, it ycu'll
just take observation when some
fellow talks to yrn. Let is hope i
is not ignorance, rather say, it is
neglet that shouid make us so in
different to our uulive dialect, lis
the old oue? who thus use it, who
of school days havo lost sight, but,
young frind don't be forgetful -try
and use your language right. Walt
Aleans These Three Things
Which Interests You?
A System of Home Reading
Definite results from the use of spare minutes.
em European Year now current
Ask for C. L. S. C.
Try a sack of McFartand Dw Don't forget Vaughn &. Utterback Hal Crigler one of Monroe City's
ship at $1.20 a sack in quantity. when you want Clover Seed. boys is here from Chicago visiting
T . , ... his aunt, Mrs. Isaac Mclntire aud
L.D. McGlasson i of Warren was hi9 Grandmother Mrs. E. A. Wil-'
Mrs. Alma. Vaughn will spend the
winter in Chicago. here Tuesday attending the business
Mordoy, Jan. 20th, Gem Theatre affairs-
"Saved From Siberia." 3 reel special If you owe the Farmer8 & Ma
5 find lite.
Kiiby&Yowell will show their
own picture Jan. 20ih at Gem The-
cnon'.s icienpone please pay at 0t.Oi A hii :ine in eiht
Mrs. Cliff Lovelace of Ely visited once. fcmuie nnd other ettractions.
heie the O.'Bt of the week. ... 1 n':r, c.
3 reel "
Mr l..oiii liuiilcj- rif ShclbiDB, was vlsiii. fti'er.Jt; iu thii
ta rl.ts my SM day afternoon visit- 0f this wccl.
in,1? U- ' i'v r.y-nn l ait ox town.
is city the first
tv tor visit with hr sut'-.-
Mr. tied !,. Jchii M.-.'Ji. f.i N . i. E. V.'illaid.
Don't forget in yci.r next order to Uft Mcmby i'o- K. C. to attend v.ie Robert Sp&ii:n? r.r Gl'e'biaii. w3
,tu r M-i -ris, Flutir. None better. Intern .liorJ C'-uenK&r?,' , rh; cuy or -iu ys TwCjjav.
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