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Horses, Mares & Mules
- WILL BE AT
Cor. 2 3 &. McAllister's
Monroe City, Sat. Mar. 1
HOKSES i ynir? old and up. anv
size uiid weij'ht, if in food floli
MULES 3 ears old and up, any
size & weifl't. mare mules profered
Show me your Good Horses and
Mules and I will guarantee you
Will be at above named town rain
or shine. Don't forget the date as
I come to buy. Tell everybody.
Yard W. m
National Stock Yards, HI.
Boys those Buggies and Surries
at A. Jaeger, Jr's. Hardware are
hummers. The most up-to-date
line ever shown in the city. Pick
out your buggy while the assort
ment is complete and I will hold it
A. Jaeger. Jr. Hardware.
Mrs. Virgil Shearman and son,
of Hannibal spent Sunday with
her parents, F. M. Abbott and wife.
T! r- ru-ry rr.'y v !? ; nt
Mrs Jiu.ty'a Y;.. V, c;i..- t i ae
High School Auditorium Tuesday,
April 1. Proceeds are to be used
to buy a drop curtain at school
In a Nutshell.
Here is a sermon in a nutshell
printed in the Milwaukee Journal:
"Yes I shot her. Yesterday I was
mad; stark, staring mad. I was
filled with wh'skty. Yesterday I
wanted her to die. Today I want
her to Jive. I hope 6he recovers.
Yes I know now that the loved me.
I found it o il one minute after I
shot her. As 6he lay upon the floor
she called to mc "Don't shoot
again, I am going to die now. Won't
you kiss me before I die?"
"I knew then thai she loved me
but the whiskey in me made me
hate her. I kissed her and then I
left the house. My mind is in n
haze as to the rest." Statement of
Hugo Bertelt to Capt. John T, Sul
livan Although Mrs. Bertelt was some
what inproved, her condition was
still critical, and little hope was en
tertained of her recovery. "Bryan's
This stuff that made Milwaukee
famous also seems to make it in
famous, but what difference docs
that make anyhow, we must have
the revenue,- Advertisement.
Sharpies Tubular Cream Separa
tors at A. Jaeger. Jr's. Hardware,
the kind that skims the closest and
it don't take all day to clean.
Warren Dell made his appear
ance at the home of G. C. Stewart
and wife Feb. 6, at Goss. Both
mother and babe are doing fine.
Mrs. J. E. Linn returned to her
home in Vandalia, Monday after a
visit with with Mrs. J. F. Briden.
For Quick Sale.
The best business in this city
will sell 1-2 interest or all. Will
bear inspection, see me quick
Mesdames Aaron Boulware, T. M.
Boulware, Mark Hoblett and Misses
Elizabeth and Mary Bird spent
Tuesday in Palmyra with Mrs. J. W.
If you need a new Farm Wagon
let me sell you a Knapheide.
A. Jaeger, Jr.
Mrs. J. W. Cox and Mrs. Paul
Cox were visiting in Palmyra the
first of the week.
Miss Seigna Crawford, of Kansas
City is visiting her uncle, E. M
i Geo. Kirby spent Saturday and
; Sunday at Paris with his son,
; Frank Kirby and family.
Node Green last week sold the
James A. King property in Davis
Addition to Mark Swearengen. Con
I Will Have on Track
Tluirsd'y, Frid'y & Saturd'y
Of This Week
A Car of Fine
Seed and Eating Potatoes
Early Red River Ohio, per bu 75c
Early Rose, per bu. 70c
Little Red Six Week Triumph, per bu $1.25
Fine large white eating, per bu. 70c
This is a good chance to get seed potatoes
Mark C. Hawkins
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521 Maine Street
Mrs. Will Morse was called to Most every town in Missouri is
Waynesville, 111., last Friday by the represented at Moberly this week
death of her mother, Mrs. T. M. at the Confederation of Commercial
Jeffrey. Mrs. Jeffrey went home Clubs. Monroe City is conspicuous
from here about two weeks ago. ! by her absence. This does not
While she was here she had a se-! speak well for us Monroe could
vere attack of Lagrippe and since
that time has had trouble with her
heart. She was returning from
church when ;'she fell, dead. Her
death was a shock to all and the
family has ouf sincere sympathy.
Miss Pearl Melson, of Lentner
visited her aunt, Mrs. W. H. Hib
bert the last of the week. She was
accompanied by her friend, Miss
0. R. Emerson went to Hannibal
Thursday. From there he went to
Barry, 111., to see his mother who
has been ill for some time.
James Rogers and wife, of Canon
City, Colo., are visiting his brother,
J. J. Rogers and sister, Mrs. Judith
Johnson and other relatives.
Have you seen the New Ideal
Aluminum Fireless Cooker at A.
Jaeger, Jr's. Hardware.
Mrs. W. T. Bell, of Stoutsville
was here Saturday enroute for Hun
newell to attend the funeral of her
brother-in-law, Charles Cox. J. W.
Cox and wife, and J. T. S. Lyell
and wife of this city, also attended
Eastman Kodaks and Supplies at
A. Jaeg :r, Jr's. Hardware.
Miss Jane Evans was in Quincy
the last of the week.
have and should have a good live
Commercial Club. Will not some
of our young and enterprising busi
ness men take up the matter and
organize a good club?
Are you going to build this spring?
If so let me figure your hardware
bill. I have something new in
builders hardware. A. Jaeger, Jr.
Mrs. lone Smizer of Paris visited
J. S. Harris and family the last of
Miss Grace Gulick who has been
playing at the Gem. went to Brook
field, Saturday to visit homefolks
and attend The Bohemian Girl.
Our good road club is planning
for a big road meeting to be held
here some time soon. Suppose we
get busy and put Monroe City in
line for the Ocean to Ocean Hight
Ladies get your flower seed at A.
Jaeger, Jr's. Hardware. We have
just received a fresh assortment
ranging from 5c to 25c per package.
Misses Rose Evans, Lela and
Fannie Jayne spent Wednesday in
Palmyra with Mrs. E. B. Redd.
Misses Lela and Fannie will go on
. T T L1 - 1 a. 5 l
to naimioai lor a tsnon visa wiui
their brother, John and family.
For Rent A desirable residence
on south side-John Cleary. 2-27
Strayed or Stolen -White Angora
cat. Any information regarding his
whereabouts report to Miss Etta
Bodkins. .. .
105 Head of Stock at Public Sale.
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Having sold my farm, I will sell at public sale to the highest bidde;
at the farm known as tho. Glahn.farm, 1 mile east and 2 miles north o
Monroe City, 7 miles east of Hunnewell, 4 miles west of Ely, Mo.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28
15 HORSES AND MULES-Consisting of 2 spans of extra good harness
mules, 5 years old; 2-year old mule; Good saddle horse, 8 years old; Single
driver, a good one, 6 years old, lady broke; 8 head of good colts, 2 years
nA- Fvtrn rinoiJ upnnlinit
12 HEAD OF CATTLE -5 good milk cows, some extra good, all coming
fresh soon. Some extra good 2-year old Jersey heifers, all coming fresh
this spring. Now these are the best 6train of Jerseys in this part of
, Missouri ,and seeing is believing. Full blood Hereford bull, 2 years old
business'in Macon the first of the extra good individual. - .'mid
week, HOGS 3 good brood sows, 17 shoats.
i 51 SHEEP-50 head of extra good ewes, dll bred to lamb the last half of
March. Good buck.
FARM TOOLS AND MACHINES- 3 lumber wagons, 2 buggies, one an
extra good rubber tired, the other steel tired, Deering binder, 8-ft. cut,
good as new, Miller manure spreader, nearly new; Deering mower, iai
good sharje: Sulkv hav rake. Bull hav rake. 2 ridirfi cultivators, walkira!
! cultivator. 2 harrows. 3-sections each: Corn planter with check rower anti
A. Lee Ely left Monday for Hedge i uiro Hand nlnw dnnd aa niw 14-inrh walking nlnw. Rnh sled. 2 hnw
i City tO Visit WS brother, A. C. Ely. fr ' 0 r.. Btnna cacu onA nart finnH nwill rnrt 9. RPta wnrlr hnrA
Misses Clara and Mary Wads- ne88) Set single harness, hay fork. Rope and pulleys, 2 saddles, some feed
M r o T f"1 TJotfrti umo . tpanoanftnrl
Miss Vallie Utterback is attend
ing court in New London this
J. I. Lee has moved from Mou n -
' tain View and located near Phila
worth went to Hannibal, Tuesday
for a few days.
100 tons of ensilage in silo, can leave in silo until Sept. 1, 1913,
Ed Baker, who had his sale last ) draw it out to suit you; 40 shocks of corn fodder in field. About 300
week, has moved to Clarence.
E. M. Crawford was in Hannibal
George Gose, of Shelbina was here
For Rent 116 acres pasture. Ap
ply to M. Hartigan. 3-6.
John Deere Disk Harrows at A.
Jaeger, Jr's. Hardware.
bushels corn in crib; 8 or 10 bushels timothy seed.
10, bushels choice potatoes and other articles too numerous to mention. .
TERMS A credit of one year will be given on all sums of over $10.
purchaser to give bankable note bearing 8 per cent interest from date of
sale. Sums of $10 and under, cash. No property to be removed until
terms are complied with.
The ladies of Ml Vernon church will serve lunch.
V. L. GHORT.
COL. W. T. YOUELL, Auctioneer x M. B. PROCTOR. Clerk