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4 I i i j SPECIAL WALL PAPER SALE ! FOR tit THREE DAYS ONLY. Friday, November I, Saturday, November 2 and Monday Nov. 4. OOO fir-!-!- rf "Vjyl 1 P-a-rtrk-t to e so' at cost anc uncr cost' to reduce stock on hand and make room for new stock. &JiJJJ W Orifl Ol Wall I 3pCr These papers will be put up in 5 to 7 bolts and upwards, in combinations with borders and ceiling to match. If you are going to do any fall papering you cannot afford to miss this opportunity. The most of these papers were made this year, Good Styles and in good order. Don't miss he chance to secure a bargain, if you can use any wall paper, REMEMBER THE THREE DAYS, Friday, Saturday and Monday, Nov. 1st, 2nd, and 4th, O 8npetfu"y B. O. WOOD The Sbelbville jail is empty. Carl Jaeger spent Monday in St. Louis. P. J. Pons was here from Jacksonville, Pla.. part of the week. Bob C. Piersal spent Sunday with his wife at Hunnewell. Major R. 13. Bristow is in New London attending to legal business. County court will day. meet Mon- Byron Dunlap was here from Hunnewell yesterday. C. B. Baynum and wife have The check racket is being worked in several parts of the country. i Mrs. Anna Black I Oakwood Monday I friends. went to I been visiting the home folk. to visit James H. Mason, of Centre, visited W. E. Jones and family last week. A. L Pinks is proud of the little girl who arrived at his home Monday. Miss Lula Mudd left Mon day for Qulncy to do some shopping. Peter Casper's infant died Friday and the dear child was laid to rest. t need what you owe me. I Can't you pay it now? B. O. Wood. Street hats, Dress hats, all hats of the latest design at Tudie Swinkey's. Hallowe'en Thanksgiving next. City council tomorrow You can shout quail row. night. tomor- I W. A. Patterson spent yester day in Quincy. Judge Adam Theis, oue of the most prominent citizens of Hannibal is dead. Levi Dodd returned Friday night from a visit with rela tives in Kansas. Mrs. Joel Carlisle and daugh ter, Miss Lena, are here from Palmyra visiting relatives. World's Harvest Time. January Australia, New Zea land, Chili. Argentine Repub lic. February Upper Egypt. In I dia (Bombay). March Egypt. India. April Coatof Egypt. Syria. I India, Cyprus, Persia. Asia i Minor, Mexico, Cuba. ! May Asia .Minor, Algeria. The English people are al- Syria. Persia. Morocco, fen armed at the conditon ol King i tral Asia. .Mid China. Japan. Edward. j Florida, Texas. I June Spain. Portugal. Italy, $2500 to loan, in sums to suit j Hungary. Danubian. Principali borrower, : ties. South Russia. South E. B. MEDCALF. j France. Turkey, Greece. Gall- I fornia, Oregon. Utah. Louisia- The Schley Court of Inquiry i "a- Mississippi, Alabama. Geor ! will doubtless finish its work In 1 ga. North and South Carolina. Dr. A. W. Ely was looking after business interests at New London, Monday. Will Buckman has shipped a car load of the tinest mules that ever left this city. R. Brenneman lef' Monday for Centre to look after mov ing some buildings. D. Milton Proctor of Liberty, Mi., spent Sunday in the city with the homefolks. The Loyal Temperance Le- i a few days giou will meet at the Holiness church Sunday, Nov. 3, at E o'clock p. m, Old garments In good con dition will be sold cheap at the Rummage Sale to be hrld in the bulding west of Moesner's Rest u rant. Ill 1 Sals! Miss Maude Wine has been at home spending part of the Gen. John B. Gordon will I week with the home folk. lecture at the Paris opera house next Thursday evening. Tomorrow. Friday, Nov. 1st, has been designated as Eugene Field day in the public schools of Missouri. John Sosey, one of the edi tors of the excellent Palmyra gave us a pleasant call Thurs- i day morning. Miss Daisy Whitecotton of Paris has been the pleasant guest of friends in this city. The Salisbury Press Specta tor is crowing over its new dress and it may well be proud of it. Davenport & Lear, Real Es tate and Loan agents, report the sale of GO acres of timber land near West Ely, belonging to the Thos. J. Miles estate to Boone Bros., of uear Ely. EVERYTHING GOES. . . . We must close out our entire stock at once, as we are going to another climate. Mrs. Robert Merriwether and son Hoy, were with Mrs. Merri wether's mother at LaBelle part ot the week. Take notice that Republican tariff reduction usually takes place when Congress is not in session. Walter Gentry and sister Mrs. Susie Redman, of Rens selaer, spent Tuesday with their sister, Mrs. David Riddle. Z. C Proctor of Chicago spent the latter part ot the week in the city with homefolks and friends. the Miss Maude Hawkins has gone to Shelby ville and has a luciative position in one of the dry goods houses there. F. M. Lewellen, of Paris, spent part of the week in this city. Mr Lewellen has recent. Alexandar and wife I.. ........ ..1 UnA . 1 ....... C.Mlt ll 1 I . 1 I roprf hrf from rsrnoltnela nart of the week. Their many kriends were . glad to meet them. and is looking healthy. Prof. T. C. Downing, age 22, committed suicide at Bucklin, Tuesday morning. New London was the home of deceased who took his life by shooting himself. William Redman and family left Monday for Ft. Benton, Mont., where they expect to make their home. Their many friends wish them all the pros perity which in their dreams they have seen. Miss Claude Settle is now with Williamson & Bull. She is a pleasant and accommodat ing saleslady and has many friends. Wm. Buckman has taken the model gelding, Paul While, to St. Louis, tor the purpose of showing the people what l perfect saddle Horse is. He also took the three-year old saddle stallion. A lady at Salisbury was sev erely burned recently. She was blacking a stove with liquid stove polish, thinking there was no tire in the stove, but she evidently was mistak en as the fluid exploded and she was severely burned Tennessee. Virginia, Kentucky, Kansas, Arkansas, Colorado. Missouri. July Oregon. Virginia. Neb braska, Iowa. Minnesota, Wis consin. Illinois. Ohio. Indiana. Michigan. New York. Upper Canada. Italy. Hungary. Aus tralia. Switzerland, France. Ge r m any. Russia, Pol a n d . Southern. Midland and Eastern England August United Kingdom. i France, Germany, Poland. Den 'mark. Belgium, Hoi land. Lower I Canada. Bmish Columbia. tory. September Holland. Scot land. Sweden, North Russia November North Australia. Peru. South Africa. December South Australia. Chili. Argentine Republic. Modern Miller. L O. Wilson and wite came in Saturday from a visit with relatives near Kremlin, Okla homa. They were much pleas ed with that country. The road running south from Mouroe City is being put in good condition. Two good bridges will be built over little Indian Creek one at the corner of the J. P. Bush farm and the other further south. Bridges are badly needed at these two points and the enterprising cit izens have beeu hard at work to get them. Now the abutments are in and considerable grading done. The road is being grav eled and soon the farmers along that road can come to Monroe City and bring a load of pro duce regardless of the condi tion of the ordinary dirt road. But, they have done considera ble work and deserve the good thing which will be theirs. 75c blankets, closing price 50o pr. 91.00 blankets 75c pr. Gloves and mitts, worth as high as 75c, closing priOQ 45e. 41.00 jeans pants 75i 7Jc bleach eolton, now tile. 10c bleach cotton. ow 7io. 10c shirting, now 7Ae. Great bargains in duck coats, cordu roy pants, uoyt' suits, children's suits. Good cotton I. at;- (ic quality 5c. All wool ingrain carpets, tioe quality 3.c. Good rag carpet 17c. Bsots and Shoes, M to 1-2 Off. . . ... , Dou't do any damage to the Come and price our goods. o il i Mtlfbu more goodi tor II than any property of others and do not house in town. i do anything to cause others tin- Yors for low prices. Inecessarv work. Attend Hie Presbyterian Rummage SalebeginningTburs day Nov. 7. S, CHRISTIAN. The P. E O's. have invited Col. W. .1 Bryan to deliver an ' address in tnis city at such date as may be convenient to Col. The" W. C. T U. will meet Br'an This wiH be un ,lu"' wiM, Mr Phn wi... rrac ! tunity for the people of this day, Nov. 5 at 2:30 p. m. The tax gatherer will be I with us on Tuesday, Wednes day and Thursday of next week. community to hear Commoner deliver scholarly address. the an great a ble. The many friends of J. A. Carmody will regret to hear of the death of his mother. She died Monday morning at her home in Hannibal. The Demo People of Monroe lend us your ears. Rummage about in your garret and storeroom and contribute to the Presterian Rummage Sale anything from a dustpan or a bird cage to a bedstead or table; clothing from bits of ribbon, lace to vAi ajr.uyaw.yzca wuil mm ., ; doaks or suitg of c,otb bis sad bereavement. I , i ing.