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'v;-.-cir.-..-T- W iwni nmiisiiiijm i i iiwmwi - v. t I i V I FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS, J x V t i We have just returned from the Markets where we purchased the largest and most complete stock of up-to-date, BOOTS SHOES AND RUBBERS, It has always lieen our aim to sell the best goods for t'.ie least money ami we shall do the same in the future. Onr stock was bought for cash ami bought right and We feel confident, when we say that we are iii a position to save you from 1") to ;"() percent on your shoe purchases. Our new stock has been arriving daily and we are ready for business in the SMITH ROOM. POUR DOORS NORTH OF MONROE CITY BANK, until our New Store is completed, Mr. A. Grimm, a thorough shoeman, and who has been with us for years, is still with us. We should be pleased o have you call and allow us to allow you our new spring stock of foot wear. We desire to return our thanks to our Friends and Customers for their kindness and patronage in the past, and we assure them it is appreciated. Asking a liberal share of your trade which we shall always endeavor to suit. Yours truly A, BOUUWARE & SON. a'cv SUOSCliOcl'a CuilliUUJ kvJ enter the DBMOCltAT'S list. Prof. E. Caldwell, of Hunne well. was attending to business in the city, Tuesday, .Joseph Fit zpa trick, the War- ren druggist paid this office an t appreciated visit Saturday. i! Homer Jackson spent Satur X I day and Sunday with liis fair X charmer at Shelblna. Mrs. E. L. Anderson lias re T 1 turned from, St. Louis where she l.-wl '. lilfi'lk'1 tit 1bU ii i, ti -..!- i HUM II f n.nn lib 1 I.1IL ,HII J . atives, j Joseph A. Carmody spent Saturday and Sunday in the Bluff City with his pa and ma. 2 Miss Bessie Boone spent Sat t ' .,-.1 1 w i i. homefolk near Ely. t Wc Have Concluded t Sell X 40 Acres More Ground! At the East Ead of 2i Stretfc X X b 5 end 10 Acre Tracts, If you do not want to use it for a home buy it as an investment. X MELSON & LEAF, i the Mrs. O. Noland spent the lirst of the week with the home folk at Ely. Miss Mary Caldwell spent Saturday and Sunday with the homefolk at Ely. "Arthur Newman, of Columbia, j was a visitor in this city last 1 Sunday. E. Saunders, of Lakenan, was attending to business in the city. T uesday. The P. E. O's will meet with Mrs. W. T. Ragland, Saturday, 2:80 1 1. m. David Wllloek, of Palmyra, was a business visitor in the city. Tuesday. I Miss Evans will soon be home 1 with a tine line of millinery.! Opening, March 80-81. J. M Frogge, of near Ely, 5 left Monday night for Vinita, I. j T. lie may locate in that sec- I tion. ' 1 A. Eon I ware & Son have an adv in this paper which tells you several things of interest. P. J. Even left for Hamilton, Mont., Monday night. Mr. Ryan will try living in a high er attitude for while. Money to loan 011 farm or city property at the lowest rates Johnson V; Davenport. w. c. t. 1: Tuesday. L'::i( Price Griffith's. meeting p. m.. at next Mrs. R. V. Sullivan paid the DKM OCHAT office an appreciated visit Tuesday. For cheap staple dry goods and notions go to Miss Tudie Swinkey. FOR RENT. A house with three or four rooms. Apply to A. li. Warner or J. A. Melsou & Co. Rev. Wiley J. Patrick, of Howling. Mo., lilled appoint ments at Bethlehem Saturday and Sunday. Wm. Trammel, of Hannibal, was the guest of relatives and friends in the city the first of t lie week. Mrs. M. II. Anient, of La. Junta, Colo., is the guest of I her friends, Hon. J. C. Pier- i ft sol and familv. I h is Hon. S. J. Melson, the big I stock dealer and corn producer, " was a business visitor in Han- nibal, Friday. ! $ Don't fail to bear Hlmd Boone at the Opera House Tuesday March 28th, Admission 25 and 85 cents. Ii. O. Cranston and ('. II. Smith left Sunday for Moberly. where they spent several days with friends. Annual School Election, Notice 1 orcb given in tin. qualified rntnrs "i mc BiMiom uimhim i.r ih nity ..r Monroe, Townniilii in Kkiikv N . ? iiu'l B conntlaii or Monroe, Mil l,.', Mia Rulli, mate ..i MNnonrV . Ihnt then 1111ml school moettliR or Meotlari of I mii.i dlttrhi will iir in-lit TactrUy Arrin, igu ! M the ,iruo ilineMtd MjilMM M the election for ' inunietpal oner. The following wit bepro I 1. reil. The election of two lUreetnn for the , term of three yenrs, klsoaOonntj School Coni-tnlailoner. T. J. Shnri. Se'-y. Call and see wlmt a good shoe you can buy fo" 'be Cash I Dollar A. Bo . ujk 4 Sox. This ICtU. luy of March Dexter, Mo.. Mar. 18. The damp weather seems to give Impetus to spinal meningitis. There lias been 50 deaths caus ed by it. Wm. T. Clark came in from Midland, Tex.. Sunday morn ing to a ttend to some business ma tters. James Spencer, of Hunne well, spent Sunday in the city. New Geo Coming ia Every AT Day W. M. Carrico, of Creek, paid this itiice a solid visit Tuesday. Come again. James S. Scott's tumble from la ladder has proven to be quite Indian serious. He is still confined to his couch by his sprained anble. W. G. BHstOW, of St. Louis, is the guest of his brother. Maj. R. B. Brlstow. skywards, that is. it 80 foot smoke stack'. is e.0111 erected a mercy. Tuesday Man is a queer combination, i A prosecuting attorney always ' in quoting Scripture quotes Moses and the law. While the attorney for the defense invari j ably quotes Christ and His See our Beautiful line TC of Embroideries, $ i i Daniel Brenneman, of Brook- Rev. J. H. Riffe, D. M. Proc tor and Rev. B. F. Hixson, at- White Goods, Striped Picucs, Fancy Ribbons, Corded Gingham, Percales, Prints. Fancy Hosiery C. ft field, spent Sunday in the city tended the Sunday School In- with his parents, Richard Bren neman anil w ife. stitute which was held in Han- Mrs. H. R. Hardy returned from New London, Tuesday. When in that burg she coin-1 bines business and pleasure as i it was her old home. J ew James T. Uuistattd, of Paris.1 was called to this city by the news of the death of his nenh- Bert Uuistattd. 1 nibal and conducted by Chas. !l ll...-,.l. Uta Str f a Slirwlnt, 1 ft L. 1KMIU.IV.O, bUV IJ.ll.l. WMWMWJ ' i School Missionary. j n ... .. t..,... o:. ... ... ! S 1 uui ii.i.n oij;i;cu. Madrid. March 17. The Queen regent to day signed the treaty of peace between Spain and the United States. The signed treaty will be sent to the French Ambassador at Washington for exchange with the one siened bv the President. Select your Spring suit No decree will be published in LET US HELP YOU Complete Line of Gents Furnishings, New Hats, Fancy Shirts and the ne west things in Mens Foot Wear. Come and see our line. Yours Pcspt. Williamson & Raffsdaie, i 1 ! the official Gazette. Set Car Afire. With the rain storm Friday nlirht twelve hobo's tie couute from this eleirant new 1 f u C k 4' '' A special engagement of the or knights of t he-road blew iu- Stock Ot Mart, bcnaitner Uliiu, oone L,ncert Co., has to the city. By dawu they were & Marx garments and we been secured for Tuesday damp and cold as well as all 11 1 March 2th at the Opera House, forlorn so the-, scrambled into guarantee you will have om. Mn ,torttS miM,hl,aUox car atythe H. and St. the best - lOOKinc;, best- rare opportunity of hearing the depot and proceeded to build a wearing suit you ever Bring the Cash and see what bargains we will give you. A. BOVLWARE A- Son. Dallas, Tex . March 1! State lias takcu charge pest house at Laredo, are forty cases of small it. Worldt served Famous Pianoist. Re- tire in the seats now on sale at , warm up. w I 1 wore. In workmansnip Rauey & Saunders, and tailoring the H. 8 & Little Girl. M. Clothes are ahead of i A woman by the name of i I Clark created some excitement any others we ever saw. Ua the city Saturday Mternoon. Here nrr nil the- new nat- She entered a business house r- terns. It is only a question ot picking out the style most becoming to you. car to dry out Before the tire and had HART, SCHAFFNCH & MARX TOUR -BUTTON SACK SUIT Copyright 1S79 By Hrt,Schliuer & Uu GUARANTEED CLOTHING. JN0. J. ROGIIS. with her three vcai-old daugh ter and asked permission to leave her there a few moments. The moments Hew by and lie came hours and as the hour j drifted by the merchant became j vii. easy and notified City Mar ' shall Stephens who went on the 1 chase for the second time that day. Alter looking nigli ana 1 low for the woman lie finally lo icatedlu rat the Hannibal and j St. Joe depot where she seemed I to be quietly waiting for a I train. It look oil very much as j though she was abandoning the little yiii. done much damage J. W. Steph en the terror to tramps, was on their trail and cleverlj nab bed the bunch. To prosecute them meant a heavy bill against the County so lie started them east and west Mi over the Cookoo's nest in two's. Tne whipping post would have titled their case and filled the bill to a T. Oiy Election R4t i Mtvbv stvvu Bum Mm maul' nun! BlwUoa l lk City of Moih.k- will hcll fii TVMd Mk MS. OSV K tttetod. ,i'' AUtoriuiiii fur oacti KrJ Vl lux pltM ' llnl WSl4Bl UMI tloU'l. e,-ti,J Vr.t at i.'waraory Mt'l Tlilra r.l. ui llNVl'l l.umln-r OM ' SAMl-KI. KOUt'H. Mayor of tlioitty of Mumu. Mo. MonrooCily. Mo.. Mn-ti 'JSrJ MM Mrs. Pearl Young. myru, lias been the guei parent-. W. 0. Port w Ife. i :io of the Them pox in of P.il- t of her auu an. I Robt. .1. lira.', ley moved to Shelbina yesterday. Hob and ' liis estimable wife will make 1 tii. it village good citizens. .lames Pike, of Indian Creek, was hauling merchandise front j the City to his store Taesd ty He Is handling the M mro I tlour. Remember BllnJ H jone will iie.u iIk' Opera llus. MircM SSth be curies liis o.v.i P.au Roserved seats now o:i sale. Thomas ELowa n-t with a I very painful accident wbile a. islstkig in tearing down the brick walls of the Daptist church, last Friday. A brick slidinc down the trouirh enuorHt Miss AUie Wine is the guesf on of his niddl.- tiujrs and of her sister iu Quincy 10 day. burstel it opeu.