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A FHEN your motor isn't running just right, or
v when something else goes wrong, then is
the time to drive in and let us locate the trouble.
Our repair men can save you lots of time and more
Repairs at Lowest Prices
When repairs are necessary, you will find that we not only can save you time
but that we generally can save you considerable money. If you have troubles
now, better have them fixed up before they get any worse. Prompt attention to
little troubles will save big bills later.
WE HANDLE THE BEST MOTOR OIL OBTAINABLE
WE DO A GENERAL MOTOR LIVERY SERVICE
OUR PRICES REASONABLE IN ALL BRANCHES
THE MONROE OVERLAND CO.
WOODSOM & PILE
Mrs. Ella Owen.
Mrs. Ella M Owen, widow of the
late Charles M Owen's of Hunting
ton, passed away at the home of
her daughter, Mr-. R B Ralis in St
Louis, Monday October 21. 1918
Death was due to cancer, following
an illness of several months.
The remains were brought to this!
city Wednesday morning and funer
al services were nel.i Wedrday
afternoon at DeMosi Chapel con
duced by R'v. R L. Wilson of this
city Burial was in DeVioss cem
Ella Margaret Watts was about
64 years old at the time of her
death. She was married to Charles
M . Owen September 30, 1873. her
husband par-sing away a year ago
last month September 21, 1917
She had made her home at Hunt
ington for the past twenty-five
y ears, going to St Louis to make
her home with her daugh
ter, soon after the death of
her husband. She is survived by
six children. These are: Mrs. R B.
Ralls at whose home she died, Oscar
Owen aud Charles Owen, of St.
Louis, Mrs. Zelpho Harlan, of Ur
ba na, 111 , Mrs ' Ed Ferguson, of
Bartlesville, Okla., and Robert Owen
with the Army somewhere in California.
See our line of flannel shirts.
The quality is first consideration
but the price is reasonable. Hanly
A call for 1,500 women between
the ages of 25 aud 45 years to serve
a 8 nurses aids in American military
hospitals in France has been issued
through the Red Cross by U. S.
Surgeon General Ireland. Many are
want from the Southwest. Trans
porta tion to and from France and
$30 and maintenance while there
will be paid. Forty days training,
ten days in theory and thirty days
of eight hours each in a hospital,
will be required. Those who wish
to volunteer for this service should
make application to the nearest
Red Cross chapter.
Boys "Sturdy Outfit" consisting
of black rubber raincoat and hat to
match for $4.C0. Hanly & Green.
Ex. Governor Joseph W. Folk will
fcpeak at Paris, Thursday, Oct. 31st
at 2:00 p. m.
Cotton gloves for the whole fami
ly. Hanly &. Green.
Pubiifhed statististics show that
since war was declared and there
has been such a tremendous ad
vance in the prices of all materials
entering into the production of
newspapers, two hui;dred and fifty
newrp-ipers have consolidated and
eight hundred and fifty have su -pended
Print paper has more than
doubled in price and there is soon
to be another heavy advance Not
only has material grt:atiy advanced
but the Governnent bus increased
I.-t-ige rates and ordered the dis
coniiiiiiaiice of certain auvertise
m nts which have heretofore cou
tmuttd n the revenues ol papers.
Newspapers these days, and
especially country newspapers, are
having a hnrd road to travel.
You are hard to please if Hanly
&. Green can't suit
of all sorts
you in sweaters
A message was received in this
city Thursday by Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Shearman north of this city
that their son. Virgil C. Shearman,
had been taken to the hospital
with pneumonia following an at
tack of influenza. The message
stated that he was in a dangerous
condition and that no hope was en
tertained for his recovery. His
parents left at once for his bedside.
Mrs. Anna Berry spent pait of
last week in Paris the guest of relatives.
Dr. E. W. Guilford who a few
months ago joined the army has
been commissioned Captain in the
Medical corps at Camp Greenleaf
Georgia. Dr. Guilford and family
are well known in this city. Dr. Gui
ford being one of the leading
physicians in this city for a number
of years until about a year -and a
half ago when he and bis family
moved to Charleston, West Va., at
which place they have since' made
Good cotton union 8 uits for men
ai $1.50, $2.00, $250 Hanly &
If Monroe conuty bad a few bond
b uyirg cities like Monroe City sell
ing our bond quotas would be a
picnic, The quota for Monroe City
was $47,000 and they subscribed
S86.C0O. Last Wednesday when
the war exhibit train visited that
city $26,650 more bonds were sold
just for good measure. Hats off to
Monroe. rMadison Times.
Men's duck, corduroy and mole
skin work coais Hanly & Green.
The Influenza situation in Mon
roe City and community remains
about the same. New cases con
tinue to develop both in and out of
town. There ere five cases in ti e
family of John Robey, the youngest
child, J. D, is very bad suffering
with pneumonai brought on by at
tack of icfluenzu. There are also
about five cases of this dreaaful
in fluenza in the Wm Mudd iamily.
We still have a few dozen of
those good $125 cottou sweater
coats' for men Don't pass them
up.-- Manly & Green.
Thomas J. Aylor of Marion Coun
ty, and Mrs. Minnie Kruromell, of
i his city, were united in marriage
Wednesday eveuitig, Oct. 23, 1918,
-it 8 o'clock at the home of tne
olRciating minister, Rev. H ('.
Sold For $750
Walker Vnnskike. the well known
saddle horse trainer, sold a fine 6
year old saddle ctiding to John T.
Hook, of Long View Stock Farm
last week for $750 H B. Mudd.
owner of this aniinul, bought the
horse from Robt. Young when three
years old and turned him over to
Vanskike, unbroke. Mr Vanskike
broke and gaited him and apparent
ly did a first class job
Mr. Vanskike also has a black
mare belonging to Mr. Mudd he is
gaiting for him at the present time,
also a four year old Major Dave be
longing to Wm. Buekmao, and a
four year old Jack McDouald geld
ing belonging to J. D. Tully, an In
telligence colt belonging to W. T,
Youell for which Mr. Youell has re
fused $500. Besides these he has a
three year old sorrel mare he is
handling f,,r parties at Perry.
It appears Mr. Vanskike has been
quite successful with the horses he
has handled, having sold several at
All clocks are to be turned back
an hour next Sunday. October 27(h
as planned when they were turuea
forward last spring. The Senate
passed a bill a few weeks ago on
the recommendation of Chairmen
Baruch ot the War Industries Board
to make the day light saving per
manent during the war, but after a
conference between congressional
leaders and Mr. Baruch, it wa9 de
cided to m;ike no further effort to
continue the existing law
lilt STOCK MARKETS
Furnished Wcekl by Wood-son-Fennewald,
Four deaihs are reported at Santa
Fe since Saturday nibt. influenza
causing three of the deaths were
Mr9. Benjamin Green, Mrs. Melvina
Ulery, Mrs. George Morgan and
Cleona Davis, a little girl two years
Wool underwear is scarce and
high in price. We still have a good
stock on haud.but it wont last long.
Come look ut tiiein now Hanly &
Rev. T. P. Middlt ton and wife, of
Bucklin have been visiting Mrs.
Middleton's mother, Mrs. Mary
Rouse and family
Beginning November 1st milk
will be 50 cents per gallon to cus
tomers and all from Kidd's dairy
See a real line of rain coats for
men and boys at Hanly & Green.
Cattle receipt? hive rw.-rn light
this week, including very few good
cattle.the bulk of the beef steer
are closing 40 to 50a higher thar
the low time last week
Bulk of the prime sfpers selling,
from $18 25 to 19.25. Choice $1675"
to 1750. Good $1400 to 1500.
Medium $1000 to 11 00 Fair kill
ers $900 to 950.
Best feeders higher, mediutn feed--ers
and stackers steadv Choice-
feeders $11 25 to 11.75 Good 1025
to 1050 Fair $8 50 to 9,25 Choice
stockers $925 to 9.50. Good $825
to875. Fair $725 to 750. Com
mon $625 to 675.
Yearling steers and heifers 25 to
40c higher. Prime $16 50 to 17 50
Choice $14.00 fo 15.00. Good 1050
to 11.50. Medium $750 to 850
Fair killers $700 to 750.
Cows 25 to 40c higher Choice
$1 1 50 to 12 50. Good $8 50 to 9 00
Medium $7 25 to 775. Fair $650
to 675. Carmers $5.50 to 5.85
Bulls steadv. Choice $950 tr
1050 Good $785 to 825 Medi
um $6.65 to 7.00.
Calves lower. Bulk choice veals
$1500 to 15.50 Medium $1200 to
1300. Choice $850 to 9 50 Good
7.75 to 825 Common. $600 to
Sheep- receipts 2800. market
steady. Bulk fat she' o $950 Good
to choice lambs $1500 to 1575.
Fair to good $1400 to 1475. Culls
$1000 to 1100
Hog receipts 10,000 Best butch
er and heavy hogs $1740 to 17.65,
Good mixed and light hms $17.00
to 17 25. Good weight pigs $15.75
to 1625 Packers $1500 to 1525.
On account of the slipping of a
cable near the M. K. &. T. depot
about 200 tel -phones of the F. & M.
system have been out of commis
sion this week as announced by
Manager Riley. Repairs are being
Heavy v eight reversible raincoat
for men. Rubber on one side and
cloth on other. Can be worn eith
er side out Price $7 50 A coBt
that will answer a dual purpose.
Hanly & Green.
THESE RAINY DAYS YOU NEED
Rain Coats, Rain HatsKUmbrellas,
Slickers, Rubbers and
HP HEN when it turns cold after the rain you will
want Overshoes, Duck Coats, Blankets, Com
forts, Sweaters, Good Shoes, Heavy Underwear,
Caps and Gloves. We have a large and complete
stock of all these to select from prices to suit all
SAFETY FIRST PRICES NEXT
Monroe City, Missouri