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title: 'Monroe City Democrat. (Monroe City, Mo.) 1888-1919, August 30, 1918, Image 5',
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JUST at this time boys' wearables are the main issue with so many parents. If
we can "get across" to them the importance of the unusual offerings in this
showing it will not take them long to decide where to outfit their boys .
There's a Real treat here for Mother and Boys
THE KIND THAT REAL HOYS WEAR
at their best in this sale. You won't ask for better bargains way late in the season.
Think of the pleasure and satisfaction of getting them early.
Special Suits Selling at $7.00 to $15.00
Reap boys clothes savings in all these suits. When you see the clever designs all
the new military types are here the beautiful fabrics and the expected Perfection
tailoring you'll better realize that clothes like these at this pricing are rare values.
Caps, Shirts, Neckwear, Etc., of course.
HANLY & GREEN
CLOTHIERS FOR MEN AND BOYS
Monroe City, Missouri.
The marriage of li3s Gertrude
Evans and Waiker Bixier has just
been revealed, although the event
took place in Moberly Tuesday Aug.
6. the Rev E. Y. Kieter official
ng. After a few day's spent in
Moberly they attended the recent
State Fair at Sedaiia from which
place they returned last week and
are at the home of the brides parents
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Evans north
of this city.
The bride is a well known young
lady and has a wide circle of friends,
having for several years been a
successful school teacaer and had
place for the coming term in the
New London grade school, but has
The groom is an engineer for
drainage and construction work and
has been employed near Gregory
Mo, for the past several minths
The Democrat exiea is congratulat
ions. Mrs. R. F Stoddard h is been a
recent guest of her son, Emmett
Stoddard and wife in Htnnidal
Get your School Suoplies
kinds at the Grind Leader.
Rev. Sam P Gott acid family left
Monday for Jackson this state
where they will make their future
home, Rev. Gott having accepted
a call to the First Baptist Church
at that place, he will b?gin his new
work next Sunday S'.'ptembsr 1.
Rev. Gott and family have male
many friends daring their fnr
years stay in this city, and all
wish them well in there new home.
Ernmett Robey and Harry Loiigmire
have returned from a four muiths
stay in Akron, 0 no whre they
have been employed in ths G Kid
year Tire Factory. Enroute home
rhey visited at Buffalo, Niagra Falls,
and other points in the East.
Dr. C A Noland and wife. Dr W
D Pipkin and daughter. Miss Vi-lma
and mother, of this city, Dr and
fra Riehot anil VI r anA VI ro Al'.orr
. U. I.?..' HUH .'I, f. If U L7. I k I I
Smith nf Hinnihjl rpturrit.H Qanir.
day from a weeks camping trip oo
When the Germans finally get
settled nicely in thjir ilin l-jnb i.-g
line, it will be jjst like Foc i to swat
them somewhere where thers isen'i
Henderson Branches Out.
The Henderson Poultry Company
have bought the old canning factory
and will use it as a piultty feeding
station and ship their live stock
directly to the markets, instead of
shipping to Monroe City for feedii.g
and then reshipping to market.
This change will Be of preat bene
fit to thi9 communit y, as tha Hon
derson Company can now pay top
prices for produce here. Heretofore,
they have paid a cent cr two pT
pound under the price piid at the
main plant in Monroe City, so as to
allow for shipping to that place.
This is a great poultry raising
commnnity and much poultry is
sold here. The Herfderson Com
pauy ship in car lots and Ho a bi;J
yearly business. Snetbina Democrat.
We have received our Conv rted
Bonds and are now ready to deliver
them to all who left First and Sec
ond Loan Bonds with us lor con
version Farmers & Merchants
Headquarters for School
nlies Grand Leader
'xstutiBxai&mu-j auj'HnatnK nw.faiwu&ia
You will find us headquarters for every
thing in school supplies as usual.
Have large assortment of
Tablets, Note Books, Pens,
Inks, Pencils, Etc.
We appreciate your business and hope
you are pleased
C. S. Jackson
Monroe City, Missouri.
Sheep Raisers Organize.
More ihan 30 county sheep breec
ers' associations have been ordnn'z
ed by the sheep specialist of the
Uni'ed States Department of Agri
culture in Texas The object in
organizing ihe?e associations and
the purpose of the memrisrs is to
raise more and Ik tier she ep as a
war-time emergency in answer to
the Government's call for increased
production of wool mid mutton. A
poster with the slogan 'Win re
sheep -better sheep," which is be
ing widely distribute by the Texas
sheeo specialist, is reported as being
on important factor in stimulating
interest among sneeo r ai-iers.
J B. Pike, little sn or' Vfr an 1
Mrs, Will Pike submitted to a iighf
opera'ion Tuesday morning for t f -removal
ot his tonsils a'id aoenoi I s.
Dr J. D Scobe? perform d :i
The republican and democratic
parties each held state conventions
Tuesday. The latter met in Jeffer
son City and the republicans io St.
Louis Each adopted platform)
upon which they will go before the
people of the state in November
asking their support. Some of sal
ient points in the platforms adopted
by the rival parlies are as follows:
Both republicans and democrats
adopated war planks, pledging to
support alt measures to beat Ger
many. Beth indorse suffrage and adopt
similar planks urging action by legi
lature on dry amendment.
Republicans urge preparation to
ward reincorporating returoing fight
ing men into industries and declare
that after-war conditions probably
will make necessary a protective
They demand repeal of the zone
postal system and safeguarding of
j fraiiking privileges.
They declare in favor of opening
public I J'id3 to soldiers and ssilors;
favor g.i. d road-, workmen's com
pensation law, higher pay for school
tidchf-if;, home role for St. Louis.
Kiiiah City and St. Joseph; dis
tricting of state and tax reforms
The democrats demand full
naturalization to vote, declare for
la .v enforcement, enfranchisement
nf so'diers, abolition of German in
svnetion schools and extension of
vocai ional training and favor loans
: soldiers and sailors under the
fit-rat ru-.il credits lav.
Thi Eighth Federal Reserve Dis
trict has. covered itself with glory
in t lif manner in which it has -mor-().a
rne 'h-e fornix L'berty Loans.
For the forthcoming loan, which
will begin September 28, an even
TP.'i' T re potisp is antioirjated.
Previous Liberty Loans have fnrn
hh' d the Hnws of war th it has
helped turn the tide, and now that
victory is ia sight, nit only will the
so ire money be invested, bit the
f'ituro will i)f pb'ded.
WOOGOOD JOB WORK
X7"OTJ had better begin to think as to where you are
going to purchase your bys' school clothes.
Now this store has everything that's good in Boys
wear. For your convenience we will enumerate a
Boys' Suits in both Wool and Corduroy, odd
Trousers in Wool and Corduroy and Wash Goods,
Boys' Shirts, collars attached and detached, Boy
Blue Waists, Caps, Sweaters, Neckwear, Gloves,
Makinaws any and everything that goes to make up
a boys dress.
We will be glad to have you give us a call for it
is no trouble to show goods in this store. Bring the
boys and see what good thiugs we have to oiler.
YATES & HAGAN