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a lined mitts loo pr eed Mitts mul Qloves This wc 'k vi sell you ivl.'n'g Can .'II illiltts (" "' pr 1! J I'. - po .i 13 to pr Extra Iwavj Isather faced li with In nbswuwl atoOit Au n'ti heavy, blanket lined com- rtsc. lu'-u'a corduroy pants 11.00 the I at M(.UU. CfllidlVU's it pi WW suits .7", 1.0'J, 1.25 up t -" ' Cuildreu's o.'i-dui'ov pant- the best wt'iu't't's made i'' 7h!. CullUrea's ovorouata. age 5 to. 13 years . ' i Men's hcav tleeee lined underwear 7.V uit " " PMn'e guild underwear 25c eaoli. Men's underwear a low as. 15c. Wool d re a good double fold 15c. Suitings food styles just the thitiK (or school dresses at l"-t nd 15e. 10- 1 Blankets weight about 21 lbs. equal to any u or luo (food In town our prion 5uo pr. 11- 4 uiankcts very large and lioavy worth 11.00 for 75 and 85c pr. GROCERIES. Ill lbGranuled sugarfor 41 . CO. 2 ill. MOda for 5c. California dried peaches JOi; lb. Good roast coffee lUe II). Green coffee 10c lb. Low prices and good goods. S CHRISTIAN, DR. ARCH E ELY. DENTIST. Saving Hntufttl IVetfa I Specially. i ... uTici- uver I louiwi re Monroe City, MARKET REPORT. MONEY TO LOA At 5, 5 1-2 and 6 Per Cent Interest Shoe Hture. Missouri. 'Cattle $.006 00 , Hogs J8 00 B.flb SUeep Wo uwaB.DU Un Kood Missouri farms, with partial payment privileges at any Chickens "ic tuterest pay day. Kate of interest regulated according to value f security Offered, We also loan money on desirable city proper ly at reasonable rates. Call on or address with stamp for reply, Milt", French With Or Without Master, $1.00 Rs 2 volume ea6n. i n , German With Or Without Master. 1.00 spanisn nun or milium matter, , ianios 30c. Hens iic 2 volum ' l Practical Saittering acb. 'of Spanish, Ducks 04C Turkeys 07C 18c 04c 8 50V 4.00 Dlmtimit lu Denier Senrl for entnloifiiu of f'ii,-lrin I C h end or the ueruts nennois le ..tliL-r l.uMit'stloii HbKLIIZ & C mi B lind. a ,N. V. 10!:21 COUNIY LINE ITHMS. Rev. Smith tills hi regular appoint ment at De.Moss next Sunday. J. L. MeUon and wife and L. H. Dotld ami wife ar visiting relatives in MoPnerson County, Kan. James Wrlsony wife and daughter are spending a week visiting in Mont rot: and Halls. . Lock Melson came in Saturday from the Gem City Business College to visit the home f ..Hr. K. A. Grimes arid wife returned Monday from a short visit near Paris. Those who are harvesting their corn crop report a very good yield. Much of the corn is of a very inferior quality caused by frost. A great complaint is being Tirade ml -the weasel damaging the corn. We understand that Mark Hawkins has recently purchased the tract of land lying east of the County Line known as the Mead (arm. Major Bristow has owned theifarm for se ral years. The tenant house has been moved across the road and anoth er room added and other repairs made. W hen the work la eomplete Etrack Kris to i U) move is. Mr. Hawk MS is known in tale locality and all- welcome him ;into the neighborhood. The gravel road crew is pushing things again. The road is laid with gravel to Mrs. Snlder's. We are glad to see so many take interest in the road work. TIhmw men will have acceis to a good road whenther l-oads are impassable. Let others follow a (food example. We have learned that there is an o.Mier crow buildhjif ifravel road near Ezra Hampton's, "Sammd- KIzju'sI Henry's Wood's and S. J. Melton's farms'. This (s another sensible move latitat locality, The time i neafn wb.Cn the road will be graveled and wiji be wortced. And we say ' speed the day. . Tills week lias brought quits an in crease in populatiou to (he' Hereford District. John ICIzea has a big line boy at his house. Jack House has a young visitor at his home. There was a family reunion at Jacob Wilson's last Sunday. All. the children were present and all the grand cbil dren eicept one. While they were all present W. S. WiUou made a pictura of the family consisting of father, mother and five sons and one daugh ter. Also one of the family including the grand children and wives of the one. WEST ENDNOTES. James Clark and wife, of Hunnti- well, visited relatives in the Weal Eud Wednesday. Miss Alice Woolfolk, of Clapper, spent Sunday with the Misses Pike of this city. - - - Mrs. John clapper, of StouWville, was the guest of Mrs. Victoria Dale Saturday and Sunday. D. it. Campbell aud wife visited his mother, Mrs. Jones, of Oak Dale Sunday. Mrs. Savilla Elliott is sending this week with her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Kendrlck, of Hatch. Shipment for the week were I Finks & Boulware 4 cars of City Business College was In our town I tlcili Strlbling & Shale - :nvs attending his cousins funeral, Mauo' j posts and '2 cars piling, .Sharp Jaciteoft, j A Gray Bean oi stock. Bar ger & McClintic ii cars stock. H. C. Neofa car export cattle, H. M. Clark 8 cars registered bulls for Texas. Total 18 cars. JOHNSON & DAVENPORT, Monroe City, Mo. EAST MARION ITEMS. I'ii hi ie sales are all the go. 1 to add aud weather are tine and the farmer ar making good use of both preparing for .winter. The late corn that got frost bit is very badly damaged. The sale of Mrs. t;. W. Todd was well attended. Stork sold well. Sheep Drought as much as 7.10 per head. Joel Carlisle and wife are visiting Monroe relatives and friends. There is a lady school teacher from Monroe City that visits Joel Carlisle and family appears and disappears very mysteriously. She says a kind stranger happened along ete., and way there is a stranger going to these sales buying 2 lecg.-d taMes, washing machines and one spring wagon. Black your booti and be ready. PUBLIC SALE. I will sell at public auction at my residence in Monroe City, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31ft My HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE. ELY. .VV. H. Green is on the sick list. Sharp & Gray shipped a car of hogs from here Monday. "W. A Moss was looking nfter his Kansas interests last week . The open season for quail liegins Nov; 1st. ' We hope the parties that began showing quail Oct; 31st, last seaaon Will not make the same mis take again this ye.r. Henry Durst and family were in Hasmlbal Saturday. TVrrT. fewrl AeeU vleltad friends in Monroe Sunday. Pirof. J. W. Lightbody, of Hunne well, spent Sunday with the homefolk . Rev. Smith and wife, of Monroe , came down Monday to visit relet I res a few days. Martin Greene and handsome young wife came over from .Hutchison Sat urday to visit the latter parents. Mlssee Minnie and Jennie Yancey, two popular young ladles of Hunne well, are visiting friends la this vi cinity. Miss Ida Larue, who has been very ill we are glad to atate Is recovering, in. Sale to commence at 1 p J. J. NORTON. "HOME SEEKERS EXCURSION. " The M. K. & T. will sell home seekers excursion tickets to ali points inJTexas. Kansas, Indian Territory, Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arizona, New Mexico and Southwest or Loutheast Missouri where the one way rate is $7.00 or over for one fare plus $2.00 for the round trip. Date of sale Nov. 7th. and 21st Dec. 5th. and 19th. iK.t). Limited 21 days from date of sale. If you are (ping west to spent the winter rates will be furnished upon applica tion to Local Ticket Agent. THE WEATHER IN SOUTH RICA. AF- r I I P CO a es CQ eS CO O .SO Ess "fS 0 Of O SS-rf O Hi S3 4 js CP & S3 cp C d -a 5 o CP CO O J2 e-4 At.Pietermaritsbufyf, 2100 feet above the sea, the mean tem perature for the year is 05 de grees. The warmest month is February, with a, mean of 72 de grees; and the coldest month June, with a mean shade read- ng of 55 degrees. i In Basutoland, at 5600 feet above the sea, the mean tem perature is 56 degrees; the warmest month is February, with a mean of 70 degrees: the coldest July, with a mean ot 4h degrees. At Bloemfonteiu, in the Or ange Free State, 4500 feet above the sea. the mean temperature for the vearis62 degrees; the warmest month is January, with a mean of 74 degrees; the coldest July, with a mean of 47 degrees. The monthly average of the minimum, or nignt, tempera ture is below the freezin- poi nt in Jnne and Jul y,. but by Octo ber it has risen. to -48 degrees, and in January and'Febrrary it ia 59 degrees. The average maximum, or day reading, is as low as fjfi de grees iu July; but in October U has risen 80 degrees and In De cember it is 87 degrees. In the summer months the ab solute maximum frequently ex ceeds 90 degrees and in winter the absolute maximum occasion ally falls below 20 degrees. At Pretoria, in the Transvaal 4500 feet above sea level, the mean temperature for the year ia 67 degrees. January is the warmest month, with a mean of 74 degrees and in February the mean is 73 degrees. The coldest month is July, with a mean of 59 degrees. In October the mean Is 68 deurees, and in both November and De cember. 70 decrees. Post Dis patch. The Monroe Co. grand jury has found a true bill against Al exauder Jester for the murder of young Gates. ..ii . V j as ciNve l.'uldc and DiMtiliilun of - v. " .n Hi, irribs IV. I elr; ., tilt !!( i-.l I f thr lima of :rt ti'ii-f, ,nd w.,i 's iim-ujtrr iiiift- -. t cts - jewr-. II ' Y liflllB CO.. ii..o. my .2rlc 23c . . -ntc MONROE CO. SHIPMENTS. Labor Commissioner Rixey in his map showing surplus; pro ducts shipped from the various Counties of the State gives the following for Monroe County: Cattle 8,270 head. Hogs - . 55, 465 bead. Sheep . .15.753 jhead. The Madison Times is for sale. U is good newspaper property. We understand that if i.Ir. Loftwitch succeeds in selling the Timea l e wil. take int Horses and mules 2,763 head Wheat. - 835 bu. Oats : 988 bu. Hay ...1574600 lbs. Flour:... 394,592 lbs. Corn Meal.,,. ...30,300 lbs. Ship stuff 18,800 lbs Timothy seed 220 lb Lumber 778.100 ft. Piling and posts .-.72,000 ft. Cross Ties .... - 54. 026. ft. Cord Wood 1.788 cord. Cooperage 2 cars. Churchill. vVool 818,375 lbs. Potatoes - 1,880 bu. Melons 1,200 Poultry 421,916 lbs Eggs . 287, 362 doi. butter 7.949 lbs. Dressed Meat 5,882 bis Games aud Fish 1880 lbs Tallow 18.835 lbs. Hides and Pelts 42.252 lbs Apples : 222 bbls. Strawberries -141 crates. Fresh Fruit 188 lbs. Dried Fruit 2,609 lbs. Honey - 965 lbs Molasses 200 gals. Nuts - 80 lbs. Junk 11 cars. Furs 1.532 lbs. Feathers 2,203 lbs SCHOOL BOOKS! Below Cost! Hereafter we will sell School Hooks at the following Low Prices; AHITHMKTICS. White's Oral (in cloth) Milne's Elementary ( iu cloth) ,' Standard ' ' " GKOGKAI'HIES. Hand McNaily 'sKleinentary cloth -37c " Complete " 0c GHAMMAHS. Patrick's Lessons in Gramrnarcloth20c " Higher.Knglish 35c Hls'ory and Civil Gov. of Mo. Under & Thumtnel ,o (J5c H1STOKY. U. S. Morris' Klemuntary, cloth afic Shinn's American People, cloth 70c PHYSIOLOGY. Baldwin's Essential Lesson 40c Drawreg'-Boeto.-.:..:.;.:,..,...:.:..: 07c Copy Books'.......:..' 04c Shepherd's Perfect Spelling Bbiiik04c DeGarmo's Lang. Lesson, 1st Book 23c i . 2d " 31c New Prnklin' IstHeader, cloth baok....; 10c New- -Franklin's 2d Header . . .oloth-back .1 15c New Franklin's 3d Header cloth back . 20c New Franklin's 4th Header, '! Clothlback ,.. .31e New Fraukhn's 5th Header - fell .cloth 34c Saver's Progressive Speller, 'board trattk, 10c Milne's ' Elementary Algebra . cloth. j4 40c Mifne's High School Algebractoth75c Walsh's HtgKer Arithmetic &2c Howe's KlemenUj f CasseriaAive Astronomy. . 90c Shepard's Elements of Chemistry UOc Dictionaries Primary 36c " Common School 50c ' High School 80c Elocution Smith's Reading and Speaklag ic Geometry Phillips Fisher Plane 4c American Government 80o Stowell's Essentials of Health tile thysical Science 70c Wentworth's Trlgo. with tables 5c Hawthorne and Lomons American Literature 85c Painter's English Literature 80c Tarr's 1st Book Physical Ge ography '. tl.10 Prose Composition, Moulton and Collars 50c and Sandford's Virgin Koinae 45c Lowe and Erwings's Caesar !J5c Kelscy's Cicero .' P00 TURNER DRUG CO, Monroe City keeps right on 1 charge of the Brunswick Klmo Jaeksoa who Is attending Gem improving as the days go b"yT w u' iter. Will give adjoinin g counties in future. Get some ot your' good corn here before the contest closes. The corn show closes Oct. 81. BOND UMPHRfcSa Married on Oct, 10 at the home of Rev. Samuel Dickens Mr. Ira S. Bond ot Celeste to Mrs. Hattie TJmpJiress of Merit. This event should have been reported last -week but failed to reach the news gather er in time. Mr. Bond is a pho tographer of this place and an enterprising young man. Mrs. Umpress, formerly Miss Peak, is a highly respected lady who enjoys the esteem ot a large circle of friends.' The Colkiku j extends congratulations, and best wishes for their happiness. Celeste (Texas) Courier. The groom grew up to man hood in this city and has many warm friends here. The Demo crat joins them in wishing the happy young couple all the hap Jjtaesa and prosperity possible.