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1 f i j i Boulware' Shoe STORE VTYVTYYTTYTTYYTTTTTTTTTT'TT AAAAAAAVAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA CHRISTMAS and COLD WEATHER SUGGESTIONS Make or Shc. your feel ftlad by Getting Into a Pair of our Good Boots X- w -X- Ladies' Shoes Men's Shoes Boy's Shoes, Children's Shoes Baby Shoes Felt Slippers Felt lined Shoes Jersey Leggins Overgaiters Overshoes "Boston'' Rberit 4. Felt Boots and Knit Boots "Ball Band" German Sox Rubber Goods. High Top Shoes Leather Boots Bootees Leggins "WALKOVER" SHOES. QUALITY Always the HIGHEST.... PRICES Always the LOWEST.... KM XX XX XX OOTS SHOES XX XX XX XX XX XX Kismet Club. Mrs. Carl Jaeger entertained the Kismet Club Thursday af ternoon in her pleasant subur ban home and charminp manner. The round of pleasure of the Kismet Club is so regular and constant that the art of enter taining has become second na ture with the ladies. Of course the "past -boards"' were in evidence, also the deli cate luncheon. Senator Piatt, of New York, introduced a bill prepared un der the direction ot the com mittee on national affiirsof the Republican club of the city of New York, having as its pur pose the reduction of represen tation in congress of the south ern states that have disfran chised the negro vote. The bill provides lor reduction of representation is follows: Ala bama, from 9 to 7; Arkansas, 7 to 0; Florida, 3 to 2; Georgia. 11 to 8; Louisiana, 7 to 5; Missis sippi. 8 to G; North Carolina, 10 to 8; South Carolina, 7 to 5; Tennessee, 10 to 9; Texas, 10 to 15; Virginia, 10 to 8. A movement is afoot to cele brate the fiftieth anniversary of the closing ot the closing anni versary of our internecine strug gle, tne fiftieth anniversary will occur in 1915. The place chosen is Chatanooga, Tenn. Near there are some of the fields where the fiercest battles were fought during that memorable period from 18(31 to 1865. Har din News. George A. Hawkins took a tumble off of a roof Thursday and as a result he had a badly sprained ankle to show for the tumble. Miss Mayme McMurry of Hamilton, Mont., who has been visiting relatives here, left Monday for Monroe City.--Shel-bina Democrat. The Democrat has both phones. They are for use. Send in news items, advertise ments or job printing. James Vance, of Grauisdale, Mont., has been visiting his friends, Mr. and Mrs. Price Young The Monroe City Democrat for a year will be an acceptible Christmas present for an ab sent friend. John Suter, ot Palmyra, was the guest of bis mother, Mrs. Verdner Suter, in this city Thursday. The M. K. & T. Ry. will sel excursion tickets for the Holi days to any point on the "Katy'' System at one fare plus fifty cents. Dates of sale Dec. I 24th, 25th and 31st and Jan. 1st good to return leaving desti nation up to midnight Jan, 4th. Talk to "Kaiy's" Agent. Pure Drugs ing's. at W. B. Spald- $350 piano for energy. THE WHITE CANOE Cloth $1-25--- Illustrated Have you read these beautiful legends of the Ojibways by X Elizabeth Fielder Monckton ADDRESS WITH ABOVE AMOUNT BROADWAY PUBLISHING COMPANY Book Publishers, 835 Broadway NEW YORK, N. Y. The Sioux City Tribune is authority for the statement tbac the very latest color in New York is "scorched pump kin," which is a cross between singed persimmon and blistered tomato. This, the Tribune i adds, cleans up tbe entire gar den. Missouri's government will pass into Dew hands tbe 9th of January. On the 4th tbe legis lature will convene and on tbe 17th will begin balloting for a senator to succeed Senator OoekMlL THE CONFESSIONS OF A GRASS WIDOW BY KATE THYSON MARR IS Illustrations. $1.00 In response to a deluge of orders and Inquiries we have repub lished this extraordinary work, whioh sold 200,000 copies in 1902. "Thh First and Greatest of Its ClassI" There is only a LIMITED EDITION and the author states she will DESTROY THE PLATES when the edition is gone. You know what to do ! ALL DEALERS, OR DIRECT FROM BROADWAY PUBLISHING CO., 835 BROADWAY, NEW YORK Get your pork sausage at I Go to W. B. Spaldines for St'". Paints and Oils.