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KKK 1 Miss Jessl L, pGwen, is the new at 1 1 ii n i ln((ton, Mrs. S. P, Tnle plished daughter not , j. tost mistress iid accom Miss Ida. were called to Palmyra yester day by t lie illness ul a relative. C. C. Lane and wife, of Table. Grove 111 . are t!ie quests if her parcels, S. A. Wood and wife. J din VV. White ! isi a v..! lia ble mare from distemper Prl day. Bunts Tooley. a -.u '. .'. the Gem City business College, spent .Sunday at home. The Burlington people lire giving t lie H. & St. .)e depot a fresh coat of taint. Alter a plea;-. l ill visit of sev eral weens Willi relatives ftlr. Wallace Galloway has returned to Missoula, Mont. new i STYLES 1 IN VERY LINE GREET YOUR EY3a AT WtSTHOFF & CflRSON'5. XXXXXXXXKXXXXXIXXXXXXXXXKXX Mrs. Mary E. Noland is the guest of friends at Shelby vi lie. R. Perry Shaw has commen ced reading the DBMOCBAT reg ularly. Removal Sale. Everything must go. J. B. Andkuson. Rev. J. H. Riffe was with Hunnewell friends Tuesday night. Bo ) C. Piersol was with his dulcina at the Saccharine vil lage Tuesday evening. Hallow'een pitfbt the itids liad a good time. Everything that was movable they moved. Phonograph concert at Opera House next Monday, Nov. 8th. Admission 10 and 20 els. Mrs. Rjchard Heath, of Pal myra, has beea the tfuest of her parents. Mrs. M. Carey, of St. Louis, has been the guest of homefolks and friends in tiiis vicinity. Three hundred Ladies Jack ets and Capes at less that Man ufacturers prices. J. B. A N I ) KltS IN . The latest and largest up-to-date Phonograph at Opera House Monday, Nov. 0th. 10 and 20 cents. An amusement for the Old as well as the Young, the Phono- J. M. Johnson. Sr.. m ide a business trip to the Gein City Tuesday. Attend the Removal Sale. Bargains for every one. .1. B Andkuson. The Burlington R. R. lias re paired her Main Street side walks. L. 0. Bnunders and Richard Pearceall had a Hue afternoon JJ sport yesterday. They bugged I 85 birds. Hallow'eeu evening the young people of the city enjoyed a hay ride. They were chaperoned by Misses Weaver and Tuley. the : t CLOAK DEFARTMENT. In our Cloak Department you will find h ver latest effects in Tans, Bluet sad Castors. Nothing but satisfaction come with every purchase made. HOSIERY AND UNDEWEAfl. Choice of ladies and childre ens Jjst hi Miss Ida Davis, o'-e of popular young ladies of Stouts ville, was the Sliest of friends In the city the first of the week. The Anderson estate is re rooting their residence property at tiie Cor. of Locust and Cath erine Streets. Rock tor the foundation of the pretty cottage home that Walt Moss will build on North Main St. is beinif hauled. Rev. J. E. Travis will beirln a protracted meeting at Andrew ! ce,,ts Chapel Tuesday night. William Burger shipped four car loads of export catte. They ! Go hear the Phonograph Con I cert at Opera House Monday, Nov. 6th. Admission 10 and 20 Miss Bulla Bpnlding, one of the charming young ladies of Bpalding. is spending the week in the city with valued friends Great Removal Sale Drv were beauties and feediiiL'. of his own Rev. Dr. W. A Hatch attend : ed the Hannibal Convocation J ! I I ! i seamless, fleeced hose in all sizes, a leader at 15c. Ladies fleeced union suits at 25c Ladies ribbed fleeced "Florance" combina t ion suit in all sizes at 50c, Complete line of children"? underwear from 10c, to 50c. a garment, Men's Natural wool shirts and drawers at prices that talk. : ; : : WE SELL THE Famous Thompson Glove Fitting Corsets. Every want d styie and size in our always complete Corset Department. FUR DEPARTMENT, Kirksville. - I w nr i wis herMi in session at UOOCIS. Boots ana Qlioes at Ke duced Prices. J B. ANDKUSON. ' Marion Berry left Monday ' night for Warren burg. Mo , lo R A McOhntic and pretty u.e of uis father, l . .- . , I . J L I I 1 . - . . . I 1 ill . . ouuu.ij, niiu "iDH., t vi lieriv and wife northwest of the citv Mrs. DeHaven and daughter, Mrs. S. Mofgan, will movelrom Hunnewell to this city tiie'tirst You will see a larger assortment of swell Furs here than is shown by ar.y other house. If ycu are looking for BARGAINS you will visit our store before you purchase. v who was very ! WESTHOFF & CARSON. ! ill. I Jacksou Rouse, of Monroe i City, has returned home after a visit with his sou, P. A. Rouse. -Santa. Fe Advertiser. The Monroe City Steam Laun dry is NOT receiving any .laun dry front" Paris. J. E- Brown Miss Emma Blaekshaw came of next week. They will occupy the Mrs. J. VV. Powers property at the cor. of Locust and Chest nut streets. Re. T. P. Mwldleton came in Monduv from Winneld. Since I LEVY'S graph Concert at Opera House , f Hannibal Monday to Conference be has held t wo pro Monday. Nov. 6th C.Mlt-.. Don't torel the Phonograph cpacert at Opera Houae next Monday, Nov. Uth Admission 10 and 20 cents. Fifty thousand Philippines are engaged in the cigar ntak lug business. The cigar makers of the United States will fight annexation on that ground. traded meetings and there have been 3-i additions to the church on his circuit. make an extended visit witli the family of J. E. Brown If Monroe Citv can get the Jackson Hay Loader factory lo I England is playinj; a sharp cateU here it will be a trreat I iTatne. She would like fo.- the . . . I TT O neip to ner interests. Master Lyon Gartner, of U. S. A. to seize China so as to , draw the are of Germany and ! Russia. The administration has made many bad Brookfield, came down the lat- . . c ,l. I. ... LI. lCr part o. u.e wcck , u.. tliiill it will'.. .iiiujiai nil i, -i. ij. ij(mi aim wife. breaks, but to tie if 5 COLD WEATHER. w s m. tiff j With Uold Weather yc want gWarm Suits, WARM UNDERCLOTHES -. a v botli hands and feet WWH 3REAT REMOVAL SALE i! I and vercoats. for yenv elf ami ehildren can huv cheap it AS I WILL MOVE TO MY NEW BUILDING ABOUT DECEMBER 1ST. I WILL OFFER MY ENTIRE STOCK OF Dry Goods, Ladle's Capes and Jackets, Clothing, Overcoats and Boots and Shoes at GREATLY RE" DUCED PRICES. Yours For Low Prices. J. B. Anderson. STOP LEVY'S CM CLQTHING Si Miss L:ni D-nle. -i S. S class has lvi -'r t n.irpri' J purty, it w i pie . ul jionn l Goodies first at"t las: and Mis- Lena eujoyed it as much as Km I Class. Little thi "ilt I t of people b ippy ! D.-. C. P Bell, "t Old Cit.i- ton, visite.l ti . rr.l.iv h i. lief ol It yes- Tv- hour-; if xoll 1 enjoyment at t ie 0eiM Hons- i ext Mon da-. N v rttli AH tie famous j Rand's an I O A'hetra's repru Idnced on .one ij the lates . . I i . . . t, . ? i 1 largest Phonographs. S si le at Ra i r & Saund t ri V. I ;i 11 tt) lit '