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00 FRATERNAL PICNIC Will 1)0 held ii the Park in . . m ma Monroe P.itv. Mo., on Thursdav Aue. 3rd. R ; HIVIll W W!J . . . - , - J 0 J MONEY TO LOAN At 5, 5 1-2 and 6 Per Cent Interest On (rood Missouri farms, with partial payment privileges ;it any M Interest pay day. Kate of interest regulated according to value a1 of security offered. We also loan money on desirable city proper jjf ty at reasonable rates. Call on or address with stamp for reply, JOHNSON & DAVENPORT, Monroe City, Mo. 0 0. 0 0 WIRE NAILS. The biggest adv. the wire nail people ever had is a set) Sit 0. M0 . 0. 0 00 Under tin Monroe City. Auspices of Modem Woodmen Camp and District Court of Honor of Abraham Munsallem, our trustwor thy peddler, called on nome of his friends in this locality Saturday. Ah- ahain tells us he will complete his four year course In the Kaunas City f uonai article gaing tlie nmiuN meaieai v ouege next term, ms many 01 me tiauy press, ot now one Ul friends wish him success, wire nail saved fifty lives. It i Joe Meleon's two-legged lamh has is Worse than rot. In the first S I developed into a full grown nlnjop. 0 MARKET Base I :i 11 tiame be. I ween tl i..n ..'iDi.ii in Rtir Parade of both orders, Hicvcle tnces, j.wi.'ii -v' i a r - . ft I LftLl. l 1 Monarch Jrs. and Sh.ibma. Drill Contest neiween teams 01 uoiu uiucib, uuuu ,e spread in the Parks. Le everybody bring well tilled baskets, a- late as- you please. The following speakers have consented REPORT. 18.00(3 Music, Basket Dinner will Come early and ta of H.: HON, J. T. LLOYD. t i be present : i MW.WP.PORD. SUPREME CHANCELORC. IBM I t I 1 I I - . - 1 1 ry, D. A. Hall. CUampUlarit, W. w. ttucacr, a. na. lucnmonu unu rs have been invited. 0 Cattle C i Hogs. j Sheep W I Lambs V j Spring Chickens v i Spring Ducks g Hens .00 place the Biddle Street sewer in $8.254.00 St. Louis is credited to 1H49, long before the advent of wire i nails. Second, 'contractors who for the week. Hoi!" Uher promi A. M. Dock. ient speaki COME AND HAVE A GOOD TIME. 0. 0 J EgB 2 Shipments Je light. Sharp & Cray '2 cars of 0 ; hogs. '2 of sheep and one of cat tie, Barger & McClintic 2 of W sheep and 2 of hogs, J. Header have watched their work- sav W.00 the life of a cnt nail is thre ..f.50 OHc 04c fc 06c 06C "Ac- times as great as that of a wire i nail. Acids cut or corrode the wire nail on its entire circum ference, therefore, its Trie Is short on all outside work. All of the salts and gases are found in a sewer, therefore, the life of a wire nail is very short and the said article is bosh. First, there were no wire nails at that INDIAN CREEK ITEMS. ttlley Parsons wns among Indian . 'reek friends Sunday. .diss Lillian Carrion visited friend in Hunnewell tho past week. i Meal' Green vUlted relatives In llut.li Hill last we fk. Mrs. Hildrand. ol Qulncy, Is visit her sister, Mrs. Cnsnek. John Green, d Audrain County, Isj . siting bis sisters. Dr. Miles and wife were over from . Stoutsvllle to attend the bedstde of her sister-in-law who i- ver low. James Spalding, ol Hunnewell, at tended mass in Swlnkey Sunday and visited Ids brother who has been very low for iuite n while. Miss Lillian Carrleo entertained a nuuber of her friends Sundaj aftci- hi In honor ol her cousin, Miss ir.-iie Wllllt, of Hannibal, who hns been visiting her thi week, (julte a pleasant time was spent. family of Indian Creek and Thursday. dues day HUNNEWELL ITEMS. Rev. Ilolman Turner who was horn and raised In Marion ounty and who has been In Oregon for twenty one years, is In on a visit to rela-1 tlves and friends, son 1 car of poultry and eggs, date Second, because the' Striding & Shale 15 cars of pile- uave lost ground, the factories Ing and " of hard lumber, tal 18 cars. HIP, HIP AND A TIGER. Hip, hip and a tiger for the Times. Crawford & have paid big money to try to j bolster them up. It can truly be said that the country press is the peoples friend. Jesse Moody :;n-l Wile Ol uenuow wves ana inenus. i Madison ... ... . . ..I M.. T. ....1 .- V- ,.. I i i . I i t. n , i 1 ' !,.f I v l , mil n v f.,i. i ., , r ' l'if.. i.t first I Hoonville and will remain then. - Co. of St. Louis had the gall to j mtml; Mhu whh,.i.n.nd da.uh. i Indefinite time. I ask the old man ' for a list of i.s Misses Abble and Annie aceom- j Arch Rightmlre was called to Low-! names so as to do some adver par.ied Mrs. Moody home. Iston, Lewis Co., Monday te the bed-1 tising in that vicinity and the Andrew Bandy died at thu hune t sine oi ms uaugnteisj wrs. fmup t old man had the nerve to his son-in-law B. B. Parons -H miles Kizer, who s very ill. northeast of town on ruesday July l. ( VV. E. Lee came In from Alabama - . I . .1. e . .. .. 1 1 1 . .f 1 I l.. . . .... iK i o e i . wwr .in iiiuoss n reicim vveuuesuay uiurniuB in see 1 1 nine' . . innj ,,,, ? ...-i ... V 1 1 11 Tlle' UUIJ Ull UAL Ul 7IUU LIU IJiT after an Illness of several Wednesday mornlns mouths of dropsy of the heart. i on. NO. If Crawford to advertise in them take space say & Co. want Madison let Colored Emancipation Celebratii n Aug. 4, at Hannibal. Mo. The M. K. & T. will sellrouml trip tickets good only on excur sion train for ."0 cts. Round Trip To Moberly. Mo. the M. K. & T. will sell round trip ticket- Kid. .1. P. Myer past,) of the I The Kissing Bng has made hli vicinity. Dr. Ouist&in ehureh in this city will hold pearance iu out rill was called to ! Times or stay out. The DBMO-! tor ' 11 cents Kound Trip. Ter- j CHAT has told several of them WHS I END NOTES. a protracted meeting to commence on Thursday evening before the fourth Sunday in August. The extra gang is here this week ti.'. injr to put in the side track. Work ha commenced on tho old school house tearing It down to re place It with the much needed new see .Mrs. James Rogers near town Wednesday. SI e had been .bit by one of the measily things, but Is iretting along very well. The bug was on exhibition here Mon- day. to put up or stay out. school building picniu in ii p. Ilagar was in Clncluatl on business Wednesday. Mrs. Muduolf returned home. Wed nesday from a visit with Renselaer relatives. R, I'ahy and family of Shin' Sun tlay in this city the guests ol It- !l Ilagar and family. Mr. Jeans and family of Warren were the gnests of Steve Yoager and I uully Saturday and Sunday. from Kendall Kate Howe and 1. B. .T n ti. bis sister Mr Sundaj . Miss Hester Robb i.- vlsltln relatives at Clarence this week, WARREN. Hurrah for the Monroe plcnh fine weather for hay harvest. Corn plowing about over. Haiti badly needed in this I3eu Christian is no better. Miss Mary Piko of Clarence return-j Charles Zteger lost a !i..rs .. home Sunday after a nice lonr vis- J week on the road from Monroe with her sister Mrs. I rank LUrlS- Hay crop is fairly . an. j of the woods. Misses faille Bell, Teresa Ulack- Blackberry hunters are as thlok as f- rd and Annie Lou Thomas were the .rl..s ,.i,iy..rr- and nearly as bard to Itucsts of Misses Fannie and May Bell ; -bM, u( r,l;1;l-v- j m. Berry, the photo man of Monroe Misses Mamie and Katie Hartigan I citv. came out for a weeks work but Rassard called tn the West end I wis taken sink and had to he taken HATCH. All of us will take in tin your city Aug. Itrd. visited! Mc. Hart, an aged and respected family J citizen died at his home last week. ' The remains were interred in the with 1 Aerial cemetery. 1 Ren Hagar, of Texas, is here n visit. John atts is preparins to A large number of regular troops have returned home from I Manila and they say. "What's The great Voltair. the father j ti,e use of doing anything with and brains of all infidels, just j Hucll a man OUsv over there." death threw up the They are disgusted. tnd refused to '"insult before sponge (iod by asking for forgiveness." Hi-small imitator. Ii. (BobIn-; gersol, is now squarely astride the fence. He says: "If we ad mit the existence of a Cod of Win, Hayes, one of the bright young attorneys. of New London, was attending to busi ness in the city Saturday. J. L. infinite wisdom and comparison, j Sunday a j we may say that there must be .Willi i.l- it, itciui in;. one hundred acres of wheat. locality. last City. Stephen Keudrick of Batch was In this city on business Saturday. Horooe Hairon of Guthrie, Okla., visited bis brother Victor Ragau and home. Miss Cora Griffith, of Palmyra, made our town a short vii-it last week. Hdward Day, of Philadelphia, was in town hist week looking tor sheep, John' Met Has-on. who has been traveling in the Hast for several months is taking a much needed va cation with home folks. TUe young people Of our town all wcu' to Bmden Saturday night to the lee cream supper. They report a line tine. .Ide FitzpatrieU has treated himself to a new buggy and We think he has j heart trouble. Several from the Joanna neighbor hood attended the picnic at Soubee Springs Saturday, The Miss. s Movers, of New Hon- don, are visiting In Shlel and Hatch. Jene Elliott and wife have moved! ood in this neck ! from Mrs. Susan Klliott's farm to the j farm owned by Mrs. Minnie Griffin, j Miss Laura Moycrs is expected from St. Louis during the month of Aug. on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Joe Hagar. The hoy- of the Huntington danc ing club will give a picplu and boll ere long. la world better than this." With put in U christian there Is no IP, no BUT, but there is a Christ, his love, his compassion, his for giveness and his intercessor. Lyon and wife spent in Brook field with their daughter, Mrs. The,) Gartner. Miss Emma Foreman, of Shel by ville, Is visiting friends in this city. from Miss Lora Hagar has returne New London. Mrs. Geo. Deters, of Quinoy, spent' part, of last, week with her mother, Mrs. Susan lOlllotl. The Misses TemarlOS entertained a number of friends Sunday aiternoon. Lee Kiddle came in from Louisiana ! Saturday for a months stay hi our city. There was mass at Brush Creek Sunday. m w u 1 t" i i Plunged Downward ! u. h tl ti t 0 0 a. a. t t m t our Qttite a crowd took in the ( hildrens I day exercises at Mount Vernon Sun i day night. I Hatroni.e the ice cream SUpnef at I Wr.rivn Saturday night for the hens lit of the Baptist church Cable Will Jones, of Oak Dale. j was n visitor In tow n last week. Us Vol' LillllCS. LtltOSt tle ll of corn In this lo cality. Dr. Bro.vn. of MoBl'-Ji S 0 3 FINE SHOES Stvles. Wiilim & 1 COUNTY LINE ITEMS. Most farmers have finished hay har vest. Misses Una and Fay and Messrs Ira and J. D. Melsou visited at J. L. Motion's Sunday. Henry Wood is preparing to thresh three hundred acres of timothy this season. Don't forget ttie basket dinner at DeMosK next Saturday, clay Underbill delivered a tine load CttV. was of hogs in Monroe Thursday. called out to George McGlasson's Miss Dessie Melson. who has been Monday to see liltle Herbert Lee who i visiting her ajster, Mrs. Hud Jones, j has bud quite an intact of chol-ra In- i returned to h home near Stoutsville fcttturday. i For the next thirty days our; 5 choice and select stock of Buggies, Road Wagons, Surries, And Phaetons will be sold at COST. For Hardware, Tinware, t Stoves Etc. See A. JAEGER, ... The Leader. I It cisj .a tnc?tfc at atom tit cts s 1 1 :,-.