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Y 3 f f j Wf SLACK CAT BRAND Chicago-Rockford Hosiery Company Kenosha, Wis. BLACK CAT IIRANO CH1CAB0-B0CKF00D BOSiECT CO KENOSHA, WIS. The fit & wear of our garments is superior to all others and the price is no higher UNDERWEAR We are showing the most complete line of up. ft u MenV .men's, Children's and Infants Wool and Cot ton Unaerwear & Hosiery To be Found Anywhere We Have the Exclusive sale of the Celebrated Munsing Underwear Billing! anil Blact Cat Hose. To each little girl purchasing a garment on SATURDAYS We will give a doll vest. Come bring your doll and have her fitted. 1 I i i i i i j i t H. G. Johnson has moved from E Fourth Street to the Carroll property north of the city park. Judge N. L. Hume has sold the 11 acre tract of land joining the city on the east to J. W.Evans for Mrs. A. Davie. Butter and eggs bring y tu the most money when taken to Sharp & Donley After a pleasant visit with her friend Miss Maud McClin tic, the charming Miss Irvio. of Bowling Green, returned to her home yesterday. Jefferson D. Orltfler and wife came in yester lay from Denver, Colo. Jeff's many friends were glad to see him and 11 ar his entertaining stories of the west. OHN J. ROGER Come to Monroe City to do your trading. Popular prices prevail at the Opera House all next week. Mrs. James Redd took in the Palmyra fair yesterday. T. E. Fitzpatrick is running a stand at the Palmyra fair this week. Gent Fuqna was transacting business in Clarence the first of the veek. For flower plants io to J. (J. Edwards green house South east coi ner Monroe City. IJ i 'ayi 'w I Photog raphs AT X Belle Johnson's Studio Major Hamm. of Shelbina. spent Monday in the city with friends. John Fahy. of Sine I . is build ing a nice six 100m cottage. Chauncey Hrackley has the con tract. Mrs. ,T. M. Nickel I and daugh ter. Mrs. c. S. McKinney, went to Monroe City Tuesday on a visit. Hannibal Journal Misses Jessie Hold worth Paris Monday Mrs. George Settle spent the day yesterday with Bluff City friends. H. B. Mudd and W. B. Buck, man attended the Palmyra fair yesterday. and Gussie I were here from1 Mrs. Theo Gartner, of Brook ; field, was visiting her parents ! in this city the first of the Mayor Reed, of Kansas City, f week. is to speak in Monroe City at 1- p. m. tomorrow. i. lion. C. D. Corum has been assigned by .the Democratic State Committee to speak in this city Tuesday Oct. 14 at 1:80 p. m. Modesty Modest v is and m-i .;. tj... one can pim much modesty ment. When one - ira ' and Success the sweetest " qualities -s and yet too iinders advance this quality Patrick Flannigan and better Jf . I I ll I 1 III' tlll,V-V M "ill v i . . u. (1)1 Kan., to visit their many Iriends who wre glad to greet ! hem. SB'. Mr n ,i , I i r W.I ! In V :i r fl Miss Tillle Niyers. of Quiucy, ! were the guests of Win. Myers and family in this citv the first of the week. Misses Bertha Jaeger and Adelaide Lear left Monday for St. Louis where they expect to spend the winter in a conse1 va li rj of music . returned In over developed, it antagonises aggressiveness, without which no great success can be at tai ned. Success." Mrs. Bettie 10 her home in StOUtSVille, Monday after a pleasant visit with Mrs. Mattie Richards and faniMi in this city. Have you sold some of that 'Stuff" yet? If so. I will look for you any day.--13. O. Wood. The W. C. with Mrs ra day, October T. U. will meet Stephens Tues '111, at LiO p. m. C. O .Mayes, ol Hannibal, was a business visitor In the city yesterday. The Electric Light building is nearing completion and will soon be ready for the ma-! chinery. I have a client who has home desirable unimproved Quincy R:al Estate to sell or exchange for Monroe City property or cheap lands. What have you to oiler. Inquire of T. J. WHITE, Re 1 1 Estate Agt. tt The Monroe City Band will j help entertain the people at the ExConfeder te Reunion at Paris to morrow Our Band has an excellent reputation as dispensers of good music. "A Husband on Salary" was presented to a fairly good audi ence at the opera house Satur day night Lee Raben and wife and Mrs. 1 Graham, of Mohamet. Ill . have I On Saturday Oct. been the guests of J. T. Chris- P- Hon. Perry S. tian and family this week. Mrs. James Nickel I. of Han nibal, and daughter. Mrs. Charles McKinnev. of St. Louis, have been spending the week with their daughter and sister. Mrs. T. M. Boulwiire. The Best Corn. I Have You Got It? I? For the biggest and best 6 ears of white 18, at 1:30 Rader, one of the most able young Missou rians will speak in this city. Mr. Rader comes here to speak for Democracy. Hear Mayor James A. Reed, j of Kansas City, tomorrow. He lis iu speait in unsciiy at I p. m. Mr Reed is a forcib1 speaker and presents the view of Democracy in a plain practl cal manner. mm t J, J. Fitzpatrick's Drug Store i I Paul Jett. the eight month old son of Joseph H. Jett, was buried Monday at the family burying ground near Clapper. Funeral services were cocduct in ed at the family residence K corn brought to this ottice we will send jj this cu3jiev.jLw Read. H the DEMOCRAT one vear. Will akn nd H L Lst V?' St ptH1 sold j . ..... BwiM gioru. iv. loweu a iw acre n the DEMOCRAT for the six biggest and best RmSSw! of 1 wyomipJm C3 a tt Q 60 per acre. This was an ex- g ears ot yellow corn. g ceptionaiiy good farm and the Q H price paid for it was probably the Inchest ever naid frr i.ml within four or five miles from 8 headquarters for Jj I V h School )i h. oupphes V k O R t I I 4 nooks, I y Tablets, I ti 8 : Pencils 1 I ; Crayons, I i f Erasers, Etc, j ?