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1 2 : : : t t a 3 id, K O ft 6 ft 7 Q o J Big Bargains For Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The (Jn para! Bargain i n Fu is. The Unmatchahle Values i u Cloaks. Tht? Greatest Values ever offer ed in Children's Coats and Jackets The Greatest Values in Table Linens. Napkins, Doilies and Dresser Scarfs to suit everybody. Our Dependable Values in Dress Goods and Silks. Our immense stock of Candy bought direct from the factory, cheaper than any other house in Monroe City. Fine China in endless variety. Our Dinner Sets in plain white and decorated are beautiful. W IK ll ll V L HA.C3-A.3Sr. I. A- IBOIRDIEISr. We take this means to make our bow to the Public and to say: fflf (3i Thanking you for your liberal pat- ronage the past year and hoping to i ' merit it in the future. Wishing one (9) and all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, we remain yours truly, If f t f f : : Wiliiamson.Hawkins Yates ::::::::::::::;;:;: The- f ROM a Hitch-Strap to a Tug, from a Whip cracker to the Finest Light Driving Harness from a small Boy's Saddle to the best Ladies' Saddles, and all of the best material and work" manship are to be found at our place of bust- ness on SOUTH MAIN STREET. When it comes to Superior Machine Work, we can do ?t for you, for we have put in the largest and best one made. Our foreman, H. Ed. Fink, and as sistant, M. B. Turner, will be idad to do your repairing. Quick Sales and Small Profits For CASH. f i j a . h SOLICITS THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUBLIC TO THEIR MOST EXCELLENT TOLL SER VICE. AS BEING REASONABLE IN PRICE. QUICK SERVICE Nf MAKING IT POSSIBLE TO T N i . . HONE ON THEIR SYSTL l 10 i-iCJ3Ai4DS OF TELEPHONES ON OTHER EXCHANGES. FREE OF MESSEN- GR CHARGES. -y Wlien Johu Strain v-turnrl Miss Elsie Renshaw, of War from Cedar County, he brought reu, returned Saturday from some corn which was considered Quincy, where she had had a eir suuu iu iuav luuu ry. i. pleasant visit with friends. isguuii i il is i i ue. inn ui to be compared with the corn tbat wa- grown in t hi part p our grand old Missouri Farm ers, laborers, capitalists, who are looking for a location should always see wbat oppor tunities He offn'tf liere before locating elsewhere C. A Cook Mgr. of the L ng Distance phones. v it ii bead quarters in Hannibal, was a vis nor in the city Saturday. Jac'g English of Paris, was a visitor tu tbe city, Tuesday. Any Sensible flan Will look before he leans and when lift looks at o-nnrlo i M I " - - t'J v juuvio c. i S J. H. WOODWARD'S B a he finds smooth sailing and his Christmas needs ready to M hand. The shelving is loaded with Fresh Canned Goods, Vegetables, Fruits, Nuts, Candies and H Dried fruits of every varietv and the best B quality. Superb line of Glassware M and Queensware. The Best of Cured Meats. :::::: KcMcIvIdeK THE PLACE X J-. H. "WOODWARD'S BOTH PHONES NO 25 CORNEsRr gS Election Notice. Farmers & Merchants Banic. Monroe City, Mo.. Dec. 22. 1904 The annual election for nine di rectors ,of tbe Farmers & Mer chants Bank, to serve during the ensuing year, will be held at their banking bouse 011 Mm -day tbe 9tb day of January 1905 Polls opeu from 10 a iti until 12 o'clock noon. W. R. P. Jackson. 12 29 , Cashier. If you need a loan of tbat uood old hickory wood or iaiK c.i 1 1 -in E n- O Mlaon F anil M 'pbooe la. i2-29 9 s I GO HOME FOR THE Holidays r . . i. At verv low rates via Missnur Kancac VI iiuiiuuj & Texas Ry., December 24th, 25th, 26th I T - www wa f aaf ri and 31st and January 1st and 2d. l alH to IB . O. DAWSON, "KATVS" AGENT.