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We have installed a complete Dry Cleaning plant and it wilt
be in working order by the first of next week! We have an expert
in charge of this work, he has had thirteen years experience in the a
highest class shops in the country! Let us have your W hite Glove
White Furs, in fact anything too delicate to wash in the regular way
Every bit of our work is guaranteed and at very reasonable prices.
All work called for and delivered.
Remember we guarantee everything wje db
We also do all classes of Ellen's Work. Don't throw your old
suit away, bring it to us and let us clean and press it, we'll make
it look like new.
A Few Leading Questions. j
Please answer them as you read j
them, one by one. !
Is the saloon a ood thing or a '.
What is it good for?
Is it good for men? For boys?
For girls? For the children? For
wofliui? Fi r wives? For mothers?
Is it gond for morals?
D is it iiiiiiic a man a better man?
A better fa.h r? A better husband?
A belti . -"i'?
Does it tiialu
homo n:iy i..nrt
Does it M.;;k!.'
a man love
his children love
him in ;re? j
Dii i; make home life more:
Doc it make a man more noble? j
More indubious? More penceable? '
More honorable? More courteous?
More loving? More Godly?
Does it make you feel more like
Is the saloon a good place for a
sweet pure woman?
Would you want your mother to ,
be found i'i that company?
1-5 it a good place to send your
If it is good for any man, isn't it !
good for all men? j
How would it look for the minis
ters and mothers of Monroe County j
to be constant patrons of the saloon?
Can you name one good thing the
saloons are doing?
Do yoj want your daughter to
marry a patron of the saloon?
Did you ever know of the saloon
opposing the red light district?
Did you ever know a saloon keep
er to be a public champion of public
What do saloons in Monroe Coun
ty do for the general good of the
County 1 Advertisement.
Special Sale on Onyx enameled
ware at A. Jeager's Hardware this
week. Ladies don't fail to take ad
vantage ol this if you want a real
Robert Meriwether was transact
ing business in New London this
Ladies and gentlemen in city and
surrounding country and towns for
home work, salary $2.50 per day.
Can place a few travelers. Address
G. 0. W. care of Democrat. It
EV'Cinderella" will be shown at Gem
Theatre. Thursday, Feb. 27tb. 3
"p6seshave"enaeaYuieu iu create - o y -sentiment
against it President
That little girl of yours she'll
soon be having her hair "done up,"
and too, she will be outgrowing her
childish ways - and you haven't had
her picture taken since she was in
long dresses. You don't exactly
want to keep her as she is - but you
do want to keep the memory.
MISS BELLE JOHNSON.
Card ol Thanks.
We wish to thank the many kind
friends who so comforted us in our
; late bereavement. Though our darl
h's ling baby has gone from us to her
: eternal home, your many kind words
and deeds of loving sympathy will
nlways dwell in our memory
Leo Yates and wife,
s Mrs. Harriet Stephens.
Mesdames Will Hamilton, Elsie
Miles, Vincent Huebsch and James
Smith and Messrs Wm. Buckman,
J. McAllister, James Smii.h, James
Cusack and daughter, Mary, and
Frs. Cooney and Ryan went to
Quincy to attend the funeral of
Mrs. Mary Cusack last Friday.
Just received a nrw line of Alum
inum Ware at A. Jaeger's Hard
ware. D. K. Yowell and son Ray, have
j returned from their trip to Colorado,
i They were so much pleased with
that country that they bought 3
quarter sections within 2 miles of
Cheyenne Wells. Ray sold the farm
known as the Glahn farm which he
recently bought for $123 per acre.
Monroe Coal &. Grain Co. will pay
highest market price for your corn
S. G. Powell's mule sale which
was to have been held yesterday
was postponed on account of the
weather, until next Monday. See
J YCl WOCUICUl ClOCYVllCIC 111 I HIS JJU-
Thomas Barr of Chicago, spent a
few days here last week looking1,
after his farming interests. Mr.
Barr owns a very fine farm out in
the Buckman neighborhood. He !
thinks Missouri is about all right
and wants to see some good roads
built in this community.,
Miss Alice Hawes, of Laclede as
sisted by Miss Cleo Crimm are
trimming for Miss Sallie Rouse.
Miss Calista Tooley returned
TV f 1 r . ia
rnaay irom yuincy. one wm as
sist Miss Maude Evans this season.
L H. Hopper has his household
goods packed and expects to move
I to a farm near Clarence soon.
That nortion of tha Cross State
Highway between Hassard aud
Huntington was dried last week
and is as smooth as a turnpike at
this vnting. John Owen and Lewis
Smith did the work. Just why
more farmers don't drag the roads
by their own farms is a question?
Mrs. Louise Colvert was called to
Vandalia, Tuesday by the scriovs
illness of htr sister-in-law, Mrs.
Jennie Colveit. Mrs. Colvert was
stricken with paralysis at three
o'clock that morning and at noon
was still unconscious.
The White Sewing Machine with
the self adjusting tension at A. Jae
ger, Jr's. Hard ware.
Mark Hoblctt of Mason City. 111.,
came over last week and spent a
few days with his wife who is here
visiting her mother, Mrs. A. Boul
ware. Mark brought with him a
very fine Cock Spaniel puppie of 1
which hfi is Vflrv nrnnrt '
" - j
The Rebekas will hold their
social meeting Tuesday afternoon
with Mrs. Will Green.
Frank Abbot and wife and Mrs.
John Abbot went to Hannibal Teus
Miss Laura Bell went to Hanni
bal, Tuesday for a few days visit.
Cf Wear the C-B a la Spirite Corset, which will gently mould your
figure into lines of youthful grace into lines of fashion!
SHEARMAN & GOTTMAN
Moss. ' Kansas City Post.
Those cousins out west or
back east you don't hear
from them as often now. You
each have new friends, new in
terests, But after all, blood is
thicker than water and your
picture and pictures of the
other members of your family
would be welcomed by them
especially for Easter.
Miss Belle Johnson.
On account of the weather yes
terday John II. Winking postponed
his sale until next Tuesday March
4 The sale is to be at the Dora
Elliott farm 5 1-2 miles northeast
of this city. 2 mares, mule, cow
and calf and farming implements
are to be sold.
When you want a classy hair-cut
and, a nice easy 6have or good
treatment for anything in the bar
ber line call at Strean &. Son's, and
don't forget to ask about that Jap
Tonic. Something new and a
guaranteed dandruff cure
Mrs. P. Y. Theihoff and children,
of Farley, arrived Saturday to visit
1 Mrs. Minnie Losson and family.
Is Your Figure Youthful?
Fashion experts know that on one thing
more than all others depends a woman's suc
cess in achieving a youthful appearance
That thing is her figure. The lines of a
woman's figure are more expressive of youth
or its opposite than the material, the cut, the
color of her dress.
Can't you see then how much is put
up to the corset?
Wear the corset which will give your
figure youthfulness. Wear the corset which
will do so without binding or compressing or
hampering the treedom oi
T66&Ttta3 tae wear surjrvu
I will give $20.00 reward for any
information leading to the finding
of an 800 lb steer which has been
missing from my farm for about
throe week3. Steer is short horned
and is branded on left hip.
J. H. McClintic,
Monroe City, Mo.
Rev. J. W. Smith has moved to
the J. Mudd property in the South
part oi town
Mrs. MiiHiie Losson went to Pal
myra, Tuesday to see her brother
Frank Deimer who was operated on
a week ago. He has been an in
valid for some time, but is doing
nicely since the operation and his
friends hnt! hopes of his recovery.
Jasper McClintic and wife were
in Quincy, Saturday.
Mrs. Mabel Morse has received a
fine Barred Rock Ringlet CockrdI
from Bellflower, Mo. He won first
prize in the poultry show at Mont
gomery, and is a beauty.
Ed Daulton, of Oklahoma City
Okla., arrived Saturday for a ftvf
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days with relatives and friends.. v
u. n. Berry ana wne, ot Hanni
bal have been visiting J. N. Berry.
J D. Rohr and wife spent Teus
day in Quincy.