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I MONEY TO LOAN
AT LOWEST RATES REAL ESTATE HANDLED! i AT LOW COMMISSIONS, h I NODE GREEN, W. ). Foreman spent yester day In Palmyra with friends. Dr. A. W. Ely's horse from some cause choked to dith Tuesday night. .1 1'. Hays was a business visitor in Hannibal yesterday. Gerard Lyle, of St. Louis, w.is in the :ity yesterday with old friends. Alter ft pleasant visit with the hoinefolk, C. E. Wood and wife left yesterday for their home in Macomb, 111. I must have mv J money J RltOWN. Please pay me now. J. J. BllOWN. Anderson & Patterson have plenty ol fine potatoes. The W. C. T. U. ladies with Mrs. M. A Talbot Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. M'ss meet next Mamie Ford has quite ill with LaGrippe. some better. heeu but is Mrs. D. D. Melson and her mother, Mrs. P. R. Strong, three weekg. spent the day yesterday in Han nibal with relatives. Mrs. John L. Evans and daughter. Miss Maude, left for St. Louis Tuesday and expect iu icuidin i ere som t-om - Lester Hatch , of Cliillicothe, soti of liev. Dr. W A n.i. tiuii.ii Mrs. Anna Byra Averell, of spent the first of the week in Carrollton. was some better the city with his father and Friday and had been moved to many friends, her home. Miss OUie Buchanan, one of New Londons brightest young ladies, is the guest of her sis ter. Mrs. M. A. Homback. Dr. Coons and wife, of Pal myra, spent Tuesday in this city with the doctor's sister Mrs. John Maston. Maple City Self Washing Soap, not only saves the wear on your clothes, because less rubbing 13 required, but it saves fully half the labor. All gro cers sell it. ). H GRADY X Real Estate, Fire Insuarnce and Rental Agent, Convey ancer and Notary Public. Office over Monroe City Bank. Corner Main and Winter Sts. George Chipman is the pleas ant and gentlemanly cub at the H. & St. Joe depot now. Te legraphy is what he wants to learn hut wrestling with the mail boys is work. We are thoroughly convinced Charles McGIothlin is griev ing over the misfortune of his buggy horse. While having it shod at the blacksmith shoe a horse st.-imlimr ,-liw. tn if r .wwv. w h IIIUUVU . ... him and in so doing nipped ona WlU pa every reader of eye out. the Demockat to read each and ' every advertisement in this is- The Missouri and Kansas sue and future issues. They Telephone Co. has placed a will tell you where to purchase switch board in its office in this your supplies, do your trading city to facilitate the work of and save money. Money saved sending long distance mes- is money made. sages r m 3 Top Notch. Jasper Henderson is the boss Egg and Poultry Shipper of Northeast Missouri. He handles mere Poultry and Eggs than anp of them and pays prices that will reach the top notch. i Jasper Henderson Price Griffith is nursiug 1 very sore hand that was mash ed in a peculiar manner. In making a sho.t turn to get though a gate with team and wagon, tha tongue struck the gate post and stuck. While try ing to loosen it one of tl:e horses slipped and fell on the hand that was on the tongue and mashed it cruelly. No trumpet blast profaned The hour in which the Prince of Peace was born; No bloody streamlet stained Earth's silver rivers on that sacred morn; But, o'er the peaceful plain, The war-horse drew the peas ant's ended wain. William Cullen Bryant. Mrs. Spencer Dead. The Missouri Republican state M. W. Spencer has returned central committee met at the from Palmyra where he went L'mlell Hotel in St. Louis Mon to attend the funeral of his day for the purpose of distribut mother, Mrs. Caroline Spencer, iaS "Pie." Col. Dick Dalton who was laid to rest Saturday was present, but it is not re morning at 10 o'clock in one of ported as receiving a slice of the beautiful cemeteries north anything but "Cold Shoulder." of the City of Flowers. Hanni- There was too many genuine bal Journal. Republicans present for Dick to Mrs. Spencer was the relict get anything b"t shoulder, of- the late Rev. B. H. Spencer, Miss Davie Ebey has return one of the pioneer Methodist ed from Winchester, 111., when preachers in this part of Mis- she has been visitiug for some souri. time.