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Monroe City Democrat. (Monroe City, Mo.) 1888-1919, December 15, 1904, PART TWO, Image 12

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Something of Interest to Xmas Buyers
at LEVY'S CASH STORE
Our Big Sale begin. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1904 Wc place on sale useful
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR ALL; the young, the old, the mifdle.asei. During this BIG SALE we want to close out every
Ladies' Cloak in our store. Also our line of overcoats will be closed.
CLOAKS.
I $16 50 Cloaks, Sale Price, $12 00
IS 00 11 50
14 00 10 00
10 00 7 65
8 00 - 5 75
0 50 4 75
5 00
Come in and
sec us ia the
next few das,
We can interest
you, X X
OVERCOATS,
$25 0J Overcoats, Sale Price
20 00
18 00
10 50
15 CO
12 50
120 00
" - 15 00
" " 14 00
" 12 50
" 11 50
" fl 7R
$10 00 Overcoats for $7 05. 7 50 Overcoats for 5 00
LEVY'S CASH STORE.
Special induce
ments in TABLE
LINEN, NAP,
KINS and TOW,
LS and Fancy
NOTIONS
SPECIAL
prices on
Dress Goods:
FURS Muffs
Shawls and
Fascinators.
SPECIAL
Handkerchief
Sale
MEN'S
SMOKING
JACKETS
MEN'S and
Boy's Suits at
Big Reduction
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Iff Farmers & Merchant's 1
ml I Bank- i
Mil o... M
SC8? I OFFICERS I fcCl0
mcl I w R Vates- President; II W Ely. I 'W
9 v-Pres: W R P Jackson. Cashier. I i.
Vr DIRECTORS 1 2$)
w R Ya,M 11 w Ely, w r p
X&k I Jacn. w I: Jones. John Shearman, 8
p : R A Jackson W W Lotigmire. A Boul- I Wl
Best Pelt Boots and Over-stioe-i.
Boul ware's Shoe Store.
Rumor has it that J. C. Reid
and Mrs. Mattie Richards both
formerly of this city were mar
1 ried i . Ilmnibil th is week.
Some girls would make hand
some boys, tor instance those
masquerading in male attire
Monday nit.' lit.
Hemstitch Handkerchiefs 35c
per doz at Williamson, Hawk
in s & Yates.
Get our prices on Overshoes
We will save you money.
BjuI ware's Shoe Store.
Furs at cut prices at William
i son, Hawkins & Yates.
The Swellest
of the Swell
Is the
X Fancy Tonsorial Parlor
Under the Monroe Hotel. There you will find
Porcelain BATHTUBS, HOT and COLD WAT
ER BATHS.
And there you will tiod also ARTISTIC
MEN who wield the latber brush and follow it
with RAZORS THAT NEVER PULL.
TRY ME
JOHN W. STREAN.
The Stork
Is a wee bit e . i . v i-r a Christ
mas round, but. lie bus leen over
to William Mudd's and left a
pretty little girl to bis tender
mercies.
And he for the first time visit
ed Oscar C:ichlin and left a
i lovely little girl for bim to
codd !e.
And for a chanire be left a
' bouncing boy at J. O Lawrence
home.
i
I The price of hogs is down so is the
price of our goods to correspond.
Clothing, Shoes, Blankets, and a few of
our prices:
I Calico 4c. Ladies' capes $1.00 to $5
I Men s pants 60c to $2 Boys pants 10c
to 25c Men's suits $5 00 to $7 50 Un
j derwear all kinds Men s capes 25 to 75c.
Boys' and Girls caps 25c- Men's and
boy's overcoats fully half price. Mittens,
and gloves of all kinds. Furs Sweaters
1 Boys' Suits $1 to $2,00 Lots of pretty
dolls big stock of pocket knives, war
ranted, money returned if not good. Lots
of goods suitable for Christmas presents
"Come and see 'em " They MUST be
sold Note location next to Evans'
grocery store, north end of town.
J. B. BUkGES.
List of Letters.
T?.pm:i ininir unrla i mpri in unci
, 1 . ...
office, Monroe City, Mo., on
Dec. 13, 1904.
Prances Caruthes.
Mr. Ed. Green
Mr. A Jay Manzke.
Jno. Rockenfield.
To obtain any of these letters
persons must say advertised.
J. P. Patton, Postmaster.
Scbouten's bread at Griffith's.
Miss Anna Frances Rouse is
visiting relatives in St. Louis.
The Mercantile Club will
give a dance at tbe opera house
Dec. 80tb. Tbe Zeiler Orchestra
of Kansas City, will furnish tbe
music First floor invitations
only, 25 cents admittance to
gallery to bear tbe music.
12-22.
Get your pork sausage at
IT T U
Go to W. B.
Paints and Oils.
Spaldings for
Holly, for Christmas Decora
tions at Williamson, Hawkins &
Yates.
Mrs. J. W. Robertson, of Mo
berly, bas been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. J. C. Todd.
Miss Jennie Boone, of Ely.
was in tbe city yesterday en
route to Sbelbina where she
was called by tbe illness of a
sister.
Miss Kate R-.ld. of St. Louis,
arrived last evening to visit her
sisters, Mestlames Jaynes and
Earhart.
Yates Bros. & Sullivan have Mrs. Thornton Marshall, of
sold C. E. Gillam's residence on ! Quincy, came over vesterdav tr
Cleveland St. to Mrs. Lutie visit the homefo! ks.
Kendrick and the John Cleary :
property ou Third St. to C E. ! Good Pelt Eoois Overshoes
Gillam. j cheap. Boulware's Shoe Store.
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Summer Is Gone!
And Winter Is Here
That Means
That it will take Wood to keep
your family warm. I also handle
Flour and Feed. X X
m a
Buffum Phone 180
F. & M. Phone 88
MICHAEL LANDERS
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a
Children Cloaks at William
son, Hawkins & Yates.
Gone Wrong
John B. Jeffries, postmaster
at Oakwood, is said to be $350
short in bis accounts with Uncle
Sam. Mr. Jeffries is well known
in tbis city as he at one time
was superintendent of tbe
schools bere.
Candy, nuts and oranges at
Williamson, Hawkins A Yates.
Many Odd Fellows from tbis
city and vicinity will attend tbe
Odd Fellows meeting at Hanni
bal to day.
Bond bas been refused Dr.
Watson of New London, wbo is
charged with being responsible
for tbe death of his wife.
! First Class !
and Up-To-Date Workman
ship has always been the
Motto of -:- -:- -:- -:-
Frank Westhoff
Who Keeps The Best
Mechanics and
Horse Shoers
X X AT HIS X X
Blacksmith and
Wagon Shop

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