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jyionroe City Democrat. VOL. 17 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1904 NO 37 ITEMS FROM FARMERS IAHY SENSIBLE MAN! Mem m Is what has doubled our bus' incss this year. This label Of Farmers, For Farmers And Perlaininx To Farmers. must stand for everything good in clothing, furnishing goods, hats, caps, and be syn onomous with square dealing If anybody has made a pur' chase at our store this entire year of goods bearing our label, or that we recommended and they proved otherwise than represented, return them and get satisfaction. This is strong; We nean what we say Can we say any more? Then if dissatisfied, come to us; if satisfied, tell your neighbors, No ' Lucky Chance, no "Cut Price" method No old name, or "has beens," but the finest stock in Northeast Missouri is the drawing card at the Cash Clothing Store. We want to do business with you on a basis of honor and of fat yearlings Gentry Bros, have built a good barn 28x32 feet and are now taking good care of their stock. For Sale or Trade A good wood stove. Inquire at Demo crat. Leonard Gosney knows the value of first class shelter for stock, therefore he is building a big barn which is 40x52 feet Spiker will butcher you hogs White Plymoutn Cockerel"? for sale. Apply at Democrat If you want Col W T Youell call him up at the Democrat ofiice or Wood Bros drug store. His family is off on a visit and no one is at home to answer phone calls. FOR SALE Three pure bred Aberdeen- Angus male calves and three pure bred Poland-China male shoats. Davenport & Co Col. W. T. Youell cried a sale at Bushuell, III., Tuesday. Johu Kendrck shipped 2 cars of cattle and 2 of hogs from Hassard. John L. Owen sent 14 bead of beeves to the Bluff City market, Monday. J. M. Proctor & Son have made another shipment of fancy cattle. Tuesday it was 3 cars Will look before he leaps and when he looks at goods at I ft ft ft ft ft H. WOODWARD'S? ft he finds smooth sailing and his Christmas needs ready to hand. The shelving is loaded with q Fresh Canned Goods, Vegetables, Fruits, Nuts, j Candies and Dried Fruits of Every Variety and the Best Quality. Superb l?ne of Glassware and Queensware. The Best of Cured Meats. pf H Remember The Place it J. H. Woodward's J Both Phones No. 25 S merit or we don't want your business at all, J. A. Jett sent 3 cars of good cattle to the Chicago market Tuesday. D. D. Melson is building a We have a nice, new, clean barn 32X40 feet on his farm stock for you to draw your southeast of town. The farmers Christmas supplies from at the , i" this vicinity as a whole have vet v lowest cash orices and if done more rePdir work alld you are interested would be pleased to meet you at our store. Never buy a garment or anything in our line until you have first looked at the clothing store. It pays others and it will certainly pay you. Win. A. Sullivan, The Exclusive Cash Clothier. ( CONTINUED, ) new building during Hie pa-it year than was ever done before in the same period of tune. H. Clay Hays shipped a car load ot butcher stuff Tuesday. Friday while talking to one ot the Selby Poultry Co. em ployes he told us: "We had a turkey that dressed 38 pouuds and a Plymouth Rock hen that uresed 10 pounds. Henry Durst has shipped a car id. id of nice hogs. Monroe City Roller Mills Have all of the latest improved machinery and first class mill ers, therefore they are placing on the market the highest grades of Flour made. Bon Ton, High Patent and Ttuby brands Have no superiors. Monroe City Milling Co. C F Straub has sold 24 head of good hogs. POU SAIjK. A 12-horse-power portable Advance engine, good as new. It is a big bargain. F. S Saundkks Jim T Umstattd has sold 50 head of lambs and well fatted sheep to D S Sharp. When we saw J. R. Carrico Saturday, he was feeling frood through and through. It was all because lie had his corn crop for 1904 in the crib. Tuesday, Dec 20. 1004, Mrs Liuie C Kendrick. relict of the late Joseph L Kendrick, will sell at the Abbott farm 0 miles east of Monroe City and 21 iniies west of Shiei, 6 head of horses, 20 head of cattle, 28 head of good sheep farm Implements 800 good corn. 300 bushels of black oats. 10 ton of hay, 30 shocks of fodder at.d corn, straw rick and st-1 Ik tield. See big bills gotten out the Democrat. J M Proctor & Son shipped 4 car loads of the best yearling Sunday, that ever left the Mon roe pens H M Clark shipped 10 cars of good cattle Sunday morning. Uobey & li binson shipped to Stoutsville 1 car of cement and 1 of plastering material, Monday, Dr. John Bell shipped 1 car of cattle to Chi cago and 1 car of hogs to St. Louis The material tor the steel bridge at Stephens For! was hauled trom this city to Nnth river, Thursday, preparatory to being put In position. A bridge has been needed there lor sev eral years. Luke, Milt and Bout ware Di vis, of near Emden, brought in a nice bunch of bogs Tuesday. Mouday they fetched in sheep. The following gentlemen ot west of the city have been shippiug stock : J oho S. Mc Clintic, 4 cars ol cattle; Tom wood, 1 load Continued to Pace 8. If t 1 D l Era On Ti Yin who have lands or property of of any kind to sell or ex change that in order to sell it you must first find a buyer, the way to find a buyer is to 4 i i i ), a lot Of j Ml bushels of i f o ..I kll, I I List Your Property with an agent who has the buyer. I am in tou:h with buyers all the time and per haps have the buyer now for your particular property. On the other hand : : : : : 4 1 1f You Want to Buy At m f . i i It. j. wh ite Real Estate and Jy Exchange Agent k OVER THE MONROE CITY BANK t 9 A Farm, Residence, Business Property, Stock of Goods or anv kind of property, call and see me at once, we can do some business and do it quick.