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' R It a 8 k4 1 M ITi 0 CLEARANCE SALE OF 2 SHOES AND SLIPPERS AT BOULWARES SHOE STORE Commencing Friday, June 28th, and fifteen davs Saturday, luly 13, 1901 M 17 pair Ladies Tan Shoes worth 3.50, 3.00, Hale price $2.00 ft 50 V 21 pair Ladies Tan Oxfords worth 2.50, 2.00 sale W nrin.o ftl Sfl 4n 8 pair Ladies Tan Oxfords worth 1.50 sale price y 81.00. Li i : - t ,wiw.r, Qt..n Qi;.., i r.n i Q price SI. 00 Miv) nair Ladies ratent Learner suppers sale price M 81.50. H 30 pair Ladies Kid Lace Shoes sale price 75c. W 40 pair Ladies Lace Shoes worth 1.75 sale price M 81.00. Ending 2.3 pair Misses Tan Shoes worth L75, l.oo sale price 8 l.oo 4o pair Childs Tan Shoes worth L,5o sale price 75c. Our line of Misses and Childrens Slippers in black Ian and red (patent leather excepted) sale M price ooc. m Our entire line ot Men's Tan Shoes worth 5.oo,H -l.oo, 3.5o and 3.oo sale price 82. 5o. A 4o pair Men's Shoes plain and coin toes worth 1.50 ft Sl.oo M 31 pair Men's and Boy's plow shoes sale price 75c W 14 pair Men's Southern Tie Oxfords worth 1.50 2 sale price LOO- R a If you need Shoes this is the opportunity of your life. All the above lots are o - ra n 1 first class and warranted. Come and see these bargains, they are on tables in our store and marked in plain figures. A. BOULWARE & SON. ffl S R. V. and C. M. Sullivan spent Sunday with relatives near Palmyra. Prot. Perl Able who has been attending the State Normal at Kirksville, returned Monday. Miss Susie Riddle spent Sat urday and Sunday with friends at Rensselaer and Spalding. J. J. Burlington, ofHunnevvell was transacting business in the oity Monday. While here he paid the DEMOCRAT a pleasant visit. W. M. Medcalf after a pleas ant visit with his family will leave to-night for Texas, the territory that he travels over. Mrs M. J. Skinner and Mas ter James spent Sunday in the city with her sister, Mrs. C. O. Mayes and brother, J. T. S. Hickman. J. F. Booth, of Chicago, a former resident of this city spent tlie latter part of last week with his old time friends who were glad to see him. Jerome and Harry Kendrick are on the sick list. Mrs. J. E. Brown spent Sun day with her daughter in Paris. Ambrose Nolen made a Hying trip to the Lsluft City Satur day. Daniel Mayes lias accepted a position as assistant foreman in a laundry at Emporia, Kan. Miss Myrtle Messick. of Quin cy, lias been the charming guest of her friend Miss Bertha Wood. Ran Sullivan dropped the keys and came in of off the road long enough to spend Thursday night with the home folk. Harry Cleaver, of Florida, was in the city Friday inter viewing the merchants. Ail roads lead to Monroe City. B. G. Moss is sporting one of the handsomest surreys in the city. Harry Jarman was a business ! visitor in the Git v of Flowers Tuesday. Mens cool stylish black coats sizes 88 to 40 prices right. Rogers, Mrs. M. B. Carson leftMon j day evening for Denver, Colo., anu omer uoiorauo resorts tor a months outing. Miss Viola Pollard, one of the engaging young ladies of Stoutsville. is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. E. Fish. Will F. Westholf left Monday lor St. Louis where he will pack his grip with samples and then strike for bleeding Kansas to exchange silks for a part of the mammouth wheat crop. Paris, Missouri, is a dandy temperence town, one that will not grant a license to a saloon, but sticks an extra tax of sl, 000 on its six drug stores. After a pleasant visit with fth: home folks, Miss Bush Hagan returned to her duties, that of nurse, at St. Josephs Hospital Kansas, City, yester day. Her friends are always glad to see her arrive and sor ry to see her leave. Fred Gosnev has had a good j horse badly injured. He got loose and tangled up in a barb wire of Woodland. visitor in the Dr. W. C. Sprinkle and daugh ter. Miss Carrie have concluded fence in such manner as to pull to locate at suiei. tsinei is a good location, good country and many of the best people of the Little Kingdom reside in that vicinity. the hoof off of one of the frout leet. Dr. Megown treated the foot and it is thought that a new hoof will grow just a new finger nail does. Ladies very light weight kid low shoes, soft soles narrow lasts, worth 3.00 for $1.00 at ROOEUB, u Frank Christian has placed two of the nicest and best bar ber ciiairs in his emporium. The' are pretty, they are com fortable and his razors and shears match them. Try them around. Samuel Neabltt, of near Stoutsville, died at Eureka Springs. Ark.. Monday. The re mains were brought back to his home and the funeral ser vices were conducted Wednes day afternoon by Rev. J. E J Drink, drink, Jonnytill up the 'bowl again. An engine has been placed at the mineral weu aim is now pumping regu larly. Go down and drink to your hearts content of the tine flowing howl. It can't hurt you for it is like pop corn, the more you drink of it the more empty you are. John Jackson, was a business city Tuesday. C C. Cassady left Friday for Barry. III., to remain several days transacting business. Misses Issa Thiehoff and Mae Byrd, two of Hunnewells most lovely young ladies, spent I Sunday in the city with friends. Mrs. Joseph Jarboe. one of the old residents of Monroe County died at her home at Old Clinton Sunday night and was buried Monday afternoon. i Mrs. Jennie and Miss Bertha Powell have gone to Spalding Springs to spend two months, i The trip is for the benefit of Mrs. Powell's health. j Mrs. B. C. Piersol. spent Sun day with the bomelolk al the Saccharine village. Fat Jersey hog last at Noland school house, one ear cropped. Victor Hagan. Homer C. Hickman agent for Bedwell & Co.. of Shelbina. lias sold to E W. Mvers a monument which it is said to be the finest in St. . I ivies cemetery. Miss Maud Wood, one of the best types of Shelby County young ladyhood spent the tirs't of the week n the city with her brother Fenl and uncle B. Oscar Wood. From this city she went to McCracken. Kan, where she will remain some time. ioo Degrees in the Shade Is what the thermometer registers. It makes you hot to contemplate it. Take a look at the register in my store that gauges the prices on First Class Groceries and Queeusware and you will be comfortable. It does not take a fortune to buy your Table Supplies al Geo, M. Nichols. Where you will find the Highest Grade foods on the market at the Lowest Price. Highest Market Price Paid for Poultry Butter and Eggs.