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Ui m Mi f If? Ui fff Ui fff 1 Ul f in Hi Ui fff m m Ui m 1 Ui n? Ui ??? ??? m iii LEVY'S CASH STORE. Timothy Seed for Sale G od well cleaned lunothy seed , a 1 35 per bushel. Phone 10 1 WALTER A. Moss. SPECIAL SALE! Especially Interesting: to the LADIES. A Sale of Embroideries, Laces, Trimmings and White Goods. One line of 50 pieces of Embroidery worth from 6 to 10c a yard. Choice of this lot 5c yd One line of 50 pieces of choice pat terns, embroideries, insertions and appliques worth from 12 to 20 cents in this sale choice 10c yd Ui ??? iii ??? iii T" iii m ui m iii ??? ??? m iii m iii ??? ??? iii ??? Ui iu m Ui ff? Just received; SO new styles OK 3211 Baby's fancy capes from www SW Also our line of Muslin Underwear will be on sale during this time at Prices that can't be duplicated. This Sale Begins Thursday, rich. 3 LEVY'S CASH STORE. M. B. Garner and party of duck hunters have returned from the mouth of Salt River. They report killing 78 ducks. See F. S. Saunders if your wind mill, pump or any kind of machinery needs repairidg. L. E. Follansbee is a brilliant crater and bis lectures are full of witty, wise good things, opera house Saturday night Mrs. R LeePierceall went to Palmyra Saturday,, to visit relatives. For clover and timothy seed go to A. H. Gkeen. At 11:20 Friday, the President signed the proclamation put ting the Panama canal treaty into effect. Timothy and clover seed for sale at McCliutic & Donley's. Members of the French Coach Horse Co., met at the Council Rooms Saturday afternoon and decided not to sell their horse. At j They will bold their annual meeting at the same place next Saturday and elect a Board of Directors. Lucian Edgar Follansbee, who is to lecture at the opera Tiouse Saturday nigbt, is an entertainer of the highest standard. C. M. Sullivan, of Maud, I came down Saturday to visit his better half, who was the guest of her parents, Judge and Mrs N. L. Hume. If you want to use seed that aire good, go to McClintic & Donley for clover and timothy seed. Two cars of dressed beef were wrecked just east of Ely Tues day morning and delayed the passenger about 2 hours. P. J. Hays, and H. V. Meeker left' Tuesday for Oklahoma, Jeff to prospect and Mr. Meeker for cattle. Master Charlie Sullivan, had a tale of woe Sunday morning. Both his dog and cow had de serted him. C. A. Evans, Dr. C. A. Noland and Robt. E. Sharp were Pal myra visitors Sunday. Gus Jackson joined M. B Gar ner and Mr. Keyser near the mouth ot Salt River, Saturday for a duck hunt. Dr. Carver is shooting oodles of ducks. Funny things are happening in St. Louis County. The Folk following secretly held a con vention in a Black-Smith-Shop, the Hawes following, one openly in a public hall. What is the result? two delegations. "Civic Righteousness," is hard at work iu St. Louis county. The Folk men say: "We Jap ped 'em." R..bt Ei'iott left on a business trip Arizona. Wednesday to Bisbee, Miss Myra Lewis, teacher of Hickory Grove school near Hunnewell, returned home Sun day as the school term was completed. She will open the summer term of school at War ren the first Monday in April. Levy's white goods and em. broidery sale begins Thursday, March 3 Sunday proved positively the value of advertising and the taci that nothing in the Demo- chat e-capes us readers even lar from home. Feb. 24, Mr. Henderson ot Henderson and Sou, gave the pencil pusher his market report and it was 20c per dozen for eggs and was set up so. Later he phoned the office and said 20c 6bould be changed tojtl6c. In the hurry in changing table an 0 was used instead of 6 making price 10c which any one ought to have known was a typographical er ror, but just the same, that night, Mr. WiUiamson was call ed up over the long distance phone from St. Louis and re quested to ship ail engs obtain able at that price. 10c Mesdames Wainwright and Evans, of Palmyra bave been the pleasing guests of their friend, Mr. A.Boulware. We want to sellou your Groceries, 20 lbs granulate sugar $1 CO 3 cans corn : 25c 3 cans tomatoes 25c 3 cans peas 25c 3 cans apples 25c lib fine rice 4 1-2 c 7 lbs roasted coffee $1.00 2 nice fat mackerel ' 25c 1 package of Presto 10c 1 package bird seed 10c 1 package tea dust, 15c 6 bars Maple City soap 256 Kansas high patent flour White Silk flour SL35 1 can good baking powder 10c 2 pkgs good macaroni 25c 1 pkg pan cake flour 10c French Peas per can 20c YOURS TRULY Willianjsoo, Haa)kii)s ff Yates. Charles M. Sullivan has sold bis interests at Maud and is now a farm owner of the King dom of Pike. He and bis wife were Quincy visitors yesterday. O. Harry Parks moved to the Bluff City Tuesday. Mis. Parks and her sister Miss Luella Boyer have made many warm friends in this city who will miss their bright cheerful manner. Miss Gertrude Tramel of east the city, is seriously ill with pneumonia. Yesterday for the first time in five years, A. Grimm ate his dinner at home. They have moved back to to town. Swell Dinner. Monday Mr. and Mrs J P. Patton entertained W. G Wil liumson and wife, J T. S. Hick man and wife. W. W. Handley and wife, H. W. Wood and wife, W. T. Ragland and wife, and Elder J. C. Todd and wife, and Mesdames S S Burris and Jes sie Westboff at a seven course 5 o'clock dinner. The evening was devoted to Flinch and music. Mrs. Theo Gartner, of Kansas City, came over to visit her parents, J. L Lyon and wife, and her son Master Lyon. Dr. L. T. Bell was a business visitor in Mexico, the latter part of last week. Judge T. F. Hurd, of Paris, as probate judge, was in the city Friday looking after the Joseph Kendrkk estate. Mrs. Thomas Barclay aud little daughter, of New London spent the latter part of last week in this city with her par ents, Laban Lake and wife. Mrs. Felix Carrico left Fri day morning for a visit with Kansas City friends. Ed L. Reee was a business visitor in the Capitol of Marion Friday. J. L. Melson was called to the bedside of his father, J. D. Melson at Shelbyville, last Thursday. Mr. Melsou's con dition was such that his son, S. J. Melson and daughter, Mrs. Jennie Cooper, of Jacksonville. Fla., were also notified and passed through this city Sat urday enroute to Shelbyville. Rochester, N. Y., had $5,00, 000 tire Thursday. The big dry goods houses were the heavy loosers. Mrs. Z. Young and family want 1o return their heartfelt thanks to neighbors and friends who so kindly assisted them during the illness of her father, ivji. iurnnougn, wr.o has since recovered from his long illness. Levy's broidery March .'J. white goods aud em sale begins Thursday, Miss Isla Terrill has gone to Harrisburg, 111., where she will spend the season trimming in a Millinery house. Robt. Williamson, who has been clerkiug iu the W. G. Williamson, general niercliuu dise house has accepted a simi lar position with an other broter in Tulsa, 1. T., Bob has been to Tulsa before and winked at the Indian lassies. W. C. VanGlan left Tuesday moruing for Hustou Texas and other points. Earl Reid has returned home from the Hot Springs looking tit as a fiddle and says: Iuevei felt better in my life. The rain fall for Monroe for February was 1:20 inches, snow fall 8:00 inches. Lowest tem perature 8 below, highest 08 above. The ladies of St. Jude will hold an exchange at Rectory every Saturday afternoon and du:ing the week solicit your or ders for good things for your Sunday dinner. Mrs. C. C. Cassidy is the guest of Quincy relatives. Isaac Mclutire was a business visitor in Quincy Saturday, Every Saturday afternoon during Lent the ladies of St. Margaret's Guild will hold an exchange at the Rectory and will offer home made bread, brown bread, doughnuts, cakes, pies, salads, fancy dishes, etc. Orders of all kind, will be tilled on short notice. They will also serve hot coffee and chocolate at the same time and place. This will be a tine opportunity to get a dainty d'sh tor the Sun day dinner at reasonable prices. Leo Yates was in Clarence the first of the week iu the in terest of an Oklahoma invest ment campany. Leo ought to make things pan out well with his pleasing mauner. Good Team Lee P.Freeman, of Parsons, Kansas and Vint C. Spalding have purchased the Hays and Hays stock of groceries and made many improvements in ap pearance of the )'isine-ss house that it is practically new top to bottom, neat and clean. Mr. Freeman is a gentleman that it will please you to meet and he will be pleased to meet you. Vint is one of the best men ever raised in Monroe County and will be pleased to meet his friends at the store. Call and see them. Eight Years. Master Robert Sickles cele brated his second birthday at his grandfathers. Dr. R. K. Megowu Monday afternoon. Second birthday but eight years old. Some twentj of bis little friends made merry with him. made him little presents aud in turn were given souveuirs. There were games and refresh ments that make all children happy. Entertained. Last Thursday Mrs. J. M. Johnson Jr. entertained about a dozen friends at Flinch. Dur ing the evening refreshments that were enjoyed by all were served. As a general thing when the folks of Monroe City marry about the tirst thing that goes toward making their new home is the Monroe City Demochat and John W. Demaree is not au exception. It must be because the paper is always interested in what interests them. Samuel Demaree. Tony Wil son, Dr. John R. Dawson. R. H. Hagar, Charles Sharp. T. W. Hentou. H. I. Lear and R. O. Ballard as a degree team took iu the Shelbiua Married Men's L.eague Friday night. For goodness sake don't ask Bob ft thing about his clothing when he didn't catch the noon train. Miss LettKifciUdLW, the char ming daughter of Rev J. Shaw of Memphis, Mo., came down last week to spend several days with Mrs. J. R. Green and other friends.