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wedding bells. Cane Seed, Millet and Clover Sharp & Pattbrbon. Waster Sunday th leading question was, Is my bat OH straight ? Mrs. Ben Farrell, of Monroe City was here yesterday. Per ry Enterprise, Don't fail to see the elegant ample line of Wall Papers at J, J. Fitzpatrick's. Maj. R R. Brlstow has re turned from his swing around the circle on legal business. J. H, Sullivan has moved from the Lundborg property to the cottage just west of the Hauley House. HEAVY HARNESS at C. M. Sullivan's. Mrs. Prank Dimmitt, of Shel bina, came down Thursday morning to visit her brother, W. R. P. Jackson. Miss Etlie Feaster, of near Philadelphia, has been spend ing the week with her friend, Miss Mabel 1 Proctor. The ladies of the VV. C T. IT. will have a parlor meeting and social at the home of Mrs. Orpah RottorIT Thursday even ing April 11th. Penny Pictures a; at a; Belle Johnson's Studio Mrs. K. J. Alexander, of Brooldield, came down Thurs day morning to attend the wed ding of her brother P, Everett Jackson and Miss Lima Redman. They say, "1 am not a good collector" but I aiu go in" try and verily the old "That what they sav' i aways true. R. O m't John Moore and Mrs. William Lee and family have moved from Warren to this city. They are now occupying what is known as the John Howe place on N. Vine Street. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jaeger, of Monroe City were the guests of friends here a few hours Prl day Mr. Jaeger travels for a hardware linn and went from here to Shelby villc and Bethel. Shi' I bin a Democrat. We will have mail boxes sale P. m. Walker. lor Mr, and Mrs. Volney (Jup ton, Of Palmyra, arrived in the City Friday morning to visit their daughter, Mrs. V. R. An derson. Hut the boys say that it is a good excuse of Volney's to get up here to look after his political fences along the Marion Count)' line. When you start in the dour where you have been accustom ed to find the Sharp it Donley grocer house and meat mar'kel, don't back out and think you are at the wrong place. II is only a case of renovating. They have changed some of their shelving, added some to what they bad, rearranged their stock, prettily pipered and painted the interior of their room, so push right ahead and you will find the same smiles aud generous treatment. At SV2 per cent interest straight. No commission X charged. H. GRADY. OU fice over Monroe C ity Bank. tf Onion Sets aud Hulk Garden ! Seed. Sharp t Pattbrbon, Ivan Smith was a business visitor in the HlulT City Monday. ' If V'HI 1 1 i -1 i .i 'it.it mill ... j ...... . i tf i i i i llll ' ' I pump see. It. Manninu Walk RR, Dan s. Sharp, of Bntden was a business visitor in the city Mond y, Mrs. Joseph Smith, of 10 1 y spent the Sabbath in the city with friends. Seed Corn. TBBBOtf. Shahi'iVc Pat Seed Potatoes. -SHARP Pattbrbon, Gov P TBRBOH, n.--siuiti' it Pat Charlie Hrown, of Excel lo, came down Monday to sec friends and relatives. Norman Goodnight, of near Hannibal was in the city Sun day with old friends. J. J. Pltspatrick has received a beautiful line of sample Wall Paper. Call and see them U. J. Davis aud daughter, Miss Zetla, of EDtnden, were in the city shopping Thursday. P. C. Wiseheart has bought a nice bill oi lumber from Ed L. Keese to build out houses with. Thomas ). Wine is at home again and his friends are sorry to see him in such poor health. FANCY HARNESS at CM. Sullivan's. Thomas M. Hon I ware spent Sunday in the HlulT City with an Eastnr Lilly that he admires greatly. W. L. lteid is preparing to butlda$2,B00 residence at the corner of Chestnut and Noith Streets. Mrs. W. H. Tucker, of Han nibal, spent Saturday in the city with her aunt, Mrs. A. K. Kutledge. Editor John Nolen, of La Grange, spent Sunday in the city with the home folks and Miss Mattie Terrill, one of the dear girls of Warren, has been the guest of her friend Miss Nel Jarman. Miss Mary Burkhart, of Lane, Ky . is running lor Congress. Her platfotm is: -'The Goldeu Rule and Prohibition." Gov. Cummins, of Iowa, has vetoed the merger bill. It was supposed to be in the interest of the Burlington R. R. REPAIR WORK A) at C. M. Sullivan's. Miss Rosa Mae Smith, the pretty school inarm at Ely spent Saturday and Sunday in the city with the homefolks. Albert Montgomery came in from Eufaula. 1 T to spend Easier and several other days with relatives and friends. He always receives a warm wel come. Oh, Miss Stone has start ed from Constantinople for London aud then from there home. Now we will have to go all over again the horrible cap ture and detentiou in the moun tains etc. Hon. s. J. Melaon. of Jackaon- VlU, Pla., arrived Thuisday noon to visit relatives and old friends and to incidentally pick up a car load of good horses for his livery barns lu the iar away southern city. Garden Seed. ThejiBurpee superior g.rden seed itfbulk at A. II. Gretna, Mrs. M. P. Asbury was with Hannibal friends yesterday. Mrs. A. H. Green is prepar ing for a trip to California. Joseph Martin spent Sunday with relatives in Quiiicy. Maj, R. B. Hristow was look ing after legal interests in Quiri cy, Monday. The W. C. T. IJ. will meet at the home of Mrs. M. H. (Jarner April Hth, at p. in. Hubbard Hawkins, of Canton, spent Sunday and Monday in the city w ithrja friend. Batter and eggs bring y IU the most money when taken to Sharp & Dowlby's Texas Red Rust Proof Seed Cats for sale. See tf. W. B. Arnold. Before buying get J H. Anderson's prices on clothing, boots, shoes, hats and caps. Wilford Yates has sold his farm near Kiowi, Kan., aud moved into Southern Oklahoma. if you wish to see something decidedly new and chic, exam ine the Wall Paper samples at J. J. Pitspatrlck's. Cue visit to J. H. Anderson's will convince you that he is slaughtering prices on goods in all departments lu his store. Visit J. B, Anderson's and inspect his elegant line of car pets, rugs, art squares, rope portieres, etc., all at reduced prices. Alex Melson some mouths since won 7r(). Yesterday lie went to Quincy to look after another farm he has won in a drawing. L . Bert Hull now has one of the prettiest delivery wagons ever seen on the streets of Monroe. It was built by Drescher and Pierceall. Miss Maud Hawkins, of Shel byville, came down Sunday to visit friends and relatives. It is not known for sure whether she will Settle here or not COLLAR PADS X at C. M. Sullivan's. Saturday II M. Clark sold to J. Gent Puqua three head ol mules, aud Monday bought a span of good .mules from (i. W. Bower, of near Warren. E. L. Corwine, of New Lon don, candidate for prosecuting attorney of the Little Kingdom, paid the DEMOCRAT an appre ciated visit Saturday morning. D ni't let me have to ask you for the little account you may be owing me 1 would so much prefer, that you would call in and ask about it yourself. R o. Wood R. V. Sullivan sold VI head of nice oung hogs that aver aged 208 pounds to James Cray Dr. Holladay spent Monday for tO. 10 per hundred. in the Future Gieat when; he .. Dr. and Mrs W. T. Rutb-dge was a business visitor. left Sunday morning for a visit Stephens Rogers, 96 years ol wjt, friends and relatives at ago , is very ill at the home ol Clarence, Atlanta and Kirks- ble daughter, Mrs. J. M. John ville. son. MissOneta Nelson has been -''"'ge secured by the Hereford school Georgia, directors to teach the sorine ".iiniiai -Congressional Committee by a unanimousvote. Hon. S J. Harrison, of Han Ulbal, was in the city Tuesday j The Laddonia Herald, a neat looking after his political dean, newsy sheet has kept fences. tin people in that vicinity well posted on current events for ames Creggs. ol has been elected of the Democratic J. W. McOlaSSOn, traveling representative -of the Jeering Hinder Co., spent Saturday and Sunday in the city with his sis ter Mrs. William K. Li e. One of the finest and most de llghtful musicals ever given in the city was that given ly the Monroe City Hand Tuesday night. The audience was de lighted and the young men ap preciate its liberal patronage BS, J. Alexander, of Brook Held, peut Sunday in the city with his wife and friends. Mrs. Alexander accompanied him home aud the bride aud groom Mr. and Mrs P. Everett Jack son went with them for a briaf visit. The StOUtSVille Cams call ed the election stuff off with the Monroe City sports yesterday morning by notifying them they would not pay the beta There was about $2,000 up on the county election. Jno. J. Rogers moved Tues day to the property known as the Dillon or Dr. Matthews place which he recently pur chased. He has not completed the improvements, Charles Las ley and family will move in to the property vacated by Mr Rogers. Shipstuff, Bran and Chicken Peed Sharp &, Pattbrbon: N. II. McCa'll and Family le'fl their many friends in this city Friday night and cast their lot witli thejcltiaensof Moberly.Mr. McGall has been .contemplating the change lor several months aud gave business reasons for it. We wish them well, but we expect to see them back some day. nineteen spring t linen Marl: A. Banna says: "1 do not want lo be a candidate for the II S. A Presidency I do not waat to be President." He does not give the reason Jack had for not eating his supper. After a three mouths visit with her parents in this city and relatives in Indian Greek township. Mrs. Prank Williams and the 'interesting kid' have returned to their home in Crip ple Creek, Colorado James T. S. Hickman, cashier of the Monroe City Bank, show ed up Friday with a badly fcdam aged upper lip When asked about the accident he was u.um as an oyster and would only say: "You will have me down With Bowser's boy alter a while." Harry U. Wiese, formerly of this city is slicking close to his job Foreman on the Mystic Letter at Mystic, Iowa. His work on the paper is neat and clean aud his manner of setting up advs prove thai lie is in touch with his profession and 'keeping in the front ranks. Cecil Rhodes, the unci owned king, the would be founder of anempirntn South Africa, the prime mover and r i ol the present Boer iri . u.ed last week at Cape Town When tin news of his death was cabled Oom Haul Kroger. Ills com tnent was: The Lord givetb, the Lord takelh away. Blessed be the Name of t he Lord " R J. Bradley, of Hannibal. spent Sunday In the cltv with riends. Hia better half and children, who had been spend nig the week with her parents Mr and Mrs Geo. Balser, re turned home with him. Andy and Miss Teressa Grim spent Sunday with Palmyra friends ahd you can bet your sweet life that tliSV did not went way back anil sat down" but .that they did receive a cordial reception. Mr . J. W. Riddell and littlT- son, Paul, drove over from Monroe City last Tuesday, to visit her parents, ft, F. Mar shall and wife, of this nlace. and her sisters, Mesdaiues R, S. McGee and B. A. Shepard, of Perry. Perry Enterprise. A Monroe Boy in Front. The Friends of William D. Bannister, a Former student and gradii.it1 oi the Monroe Bigb School has gone lo the front ill A lew morning since. Mrs j tin- northwest Susie McOllutlc arose a d pre Professor Bannister though pared for a nice warm break- only tweiltj two years old. is fast, but when she stepped up the principal ol the H(fh on the porch and opened the, S.I I at Billings, Montana, and refrigerator lo her sorrow she has twenty two teachers under saw that some sneak thief had stolen her aice sweet large roll of butter. We .do not know what she thought or said. him. His salary i now 120 per mouth, a teacher Ins certificate has been graded higher t ban I ha t of a ny teacher Realise Transaction.;. his adopted .late Last week Davenport v Lear I OS Kales Via M. k. 4 I. Real BSstate and Loan Agents I Annual reunion r. c held sold a large tract of uuiiuprov ilu Dallas, Tex.i April 22nd to ed land In the Mississippi river fifitlt 1002. The V K at will bottoms north of Palmyra lor -'II round trip ticket April the owners in Pennsylvania to l.'lh. 20tll and 21st at rate of some Quincy, HI., parlies. ."ii, return limit April 80th, except that by depositing tick et with Joint Agent before Market Report. Cattle 1 ()l)i, Bfl RR iiorrs Bft.nnAart or Al,nl :1'u1'- h-v " payment O - v " ' Sheep l8.00Qlfi.00 ot a lei-ol 50 cents at the time of deposit an extentionof final limit to leave Dalles not later Spring Chickens.. Sc TurlMva h.m.i id,- m,,.,i,0 - than May lath may be secured. luv ir , . . , , (ieese. It Eggs 12c Shipments lor week. Sharp & Cray 1 car hogs, Harger ,v Mc Cheap side trip ticket may be secured at Dallas to all points In Texas Oklahoma and Indian Territory Stop overs will he ........... ....I ihUUIh II. ... ..II Clintic 1 car cattle. Bailor & 1 . , 7. L . TibLm 1 ear of nm.l.rt. :,,. i ml,,,S 1,1 lml, m IVmtory and ii . i c 1 i Texas euroute go ug aud re- Henderson and Son I ear mrim s s v. Boulware & Finks 1 car of ties. , irnin" Total 5 cars. , F' Hi. a i i ; v , Agent.