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N. A. & H. C. DRESCHER, MONROE.CIJY.JViq, Land and Immigration Agents, I. - - ' -" " Merchandise, City Property, Improved and Unimproved" Lands in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri and Texas. the Exchanges a Specialty. Shears & Sswbuck. Shears and Sawouck kept a store Such as ritver was before. City iolks they wouldn't Bell, Wouldn't let 'em have a smell, Fetched their money-rbut by Wouldn't buy a blessed tl ing! I could ship 'em right away, Could I turnish Mr. Shears With his family roastin' earsT Also would my friend Sawbuck Buy some of my gardec truck?" Answer came one summer day, Said tbey "Couldn't, use our bay. Couldn't use our oats. or shoats, Douldu't meet "em face to face i Dicn.t om j3:i;y g0dts, n' then grace sell 'em with f.ood tfcey Jouiitry trade was what Muy;lu ''oiks wno'd pay for wbat they bought i'ore tin y tnw it, hide or tail 'bey sent c.italonues by mail ut to ev'ry l;essed one ettm' mail Possum Run re set up iit night and read 'ben WiAl urtcr been tu bed. ook was about as biij as sin ' ad a lut of jactures in. ad .1 lot of merchandise, ery ki id and ev. rv z vin prices that they w 're locked out every country f.tore. Aolf S'i straight aad seemed so true ut at it Jim did, too. neighbor cross the Notice of Final Settlement. Notice is hereby given, that undersized John H. Woods Mary K. Woodp, executors of the estate- ofAlexander- Woodfe, deceased, will make Final Settlement of their accounts with sold, estate as suuh .Ex ecutors at the next term of the Probate-CoVict of Monrte County, 'MIs sourU.ta be hoUUin-4n -Hrlrl-altt County, on the 11th day of February A. D. 1907. JOHN1 FT. WOODS ) v'tnA 1 Mai.y E. Wods Exeautors1 of ; Alexander Woods deceased. Mkiuwethek & Meiuwlther, Attorneys for Executors. TRUSTEE'S SALE. There are but few editors in our state who have not made a n 3 my way st man ever worked in hay, t let him top off a stack eds rain like a turtles back, iasure jest to see bim work; ver knew ol' Jim to shirk; ings a scythe like war play ; ve to watch him in the way. II, we like a pair of fools it off got some hayin' tools, i got harness and a plow, range 1 see it now; it tbe thing, it was so light d it for a torch at night ; ow'd tbe darn thing in the yard it now for rendering lard. e Jim used tbe plow an hour ud the blame thing wouldn't bcour; d bis harness broke a tug ?bt for solace iu his jug. be cooler all that r.iht reflected on his plight; le morning, Richard Stout, Iware merchant bailed him jut. jaid after that he'd stick 3 as bark to good ol' Dick, ! be left the Possum jail be won't buy goods by nail, Dick's cheaper, anyhow t have saved some on tbe low. le other goods some more, is i ol friend's hardware tore. lays, "We can't 6ell no uck - ck folks j as Shears-Saw-ick, 11 take all our cash away, on't buy our corn or hay." )eema party strange to me, ld ol' Jim I'd see Vote to them that night see if Jim was right. .- , - i - "What they'd pay for " i they use some likely . J)t four t6ns 6f fiay When they nwded truck to eat Bought it down on Water street Sorry, buf they must refuse Anything but cash to use." I sat down and w rote 'em Jthen. "Hate to trouble you again. But I want to thank you. sirs For your bunch of of cockle burrs. If you love your fellow irian. Do him good, sirs, when you can While our merchant's sweetly sleep Shears und Sawbuck shear your sheep ' Palmjra Spectator. Lee Feeney Rev. John Anderson, pastor of tbe Arcli Street church offici ated at the ceremony Saturday morning which united in marri cige Mr. 1'j.iward t r eeney anu Miss Mamie Lee both of Ely, Mo. The ceremony was performed yesterday morning at tbe church parsonage on Willow street. Neither friends nor relatives were present at tbe wedding it being a very quiet aftur. The couple departed last evening for Ely, Mo., where they will begin housekeeping at once. Hannibal Journal. . As Miss Mamie Lee, Mrs1 Feeney was quite popular with many people in this city. Mr. Feeney is the R. F. D. carrier out of Ely. and a brother of Mrs. N. A. Drescher of this city. May their little star of hap piness always twinkle brightly. Whereas, Ada M. Ide single, of Monroe City, Mo., by her1 Certain Deed of Trust dated the 21st day of May, 1900, afTd recorded In the Re- corder's office of Monroe CouotyVln Deed Book 40, page 487, conveyad to the undersigned Hoy B. Meriwether' all her right, title, . interest aria es tate in and to the following described real estate situated In the County of Monroe, State of Missouri, viz: 1 All of lots ten (10), eleven (11), and twelve (12) in block nUoitn (19)' In Piersol's addition to Monroe City, Mo. Which said conveyance win made in trust to hcciiru the payment of a certain promissory note in said deed described, and wherea, said note has become due and is unpaid, now there fore, in accordance with the provis ions of said Deed of Trust, and at the request of the ltgal holder of said note, I will proceed to sell the above described" real estate at the west front d(or of the Court House in the city of Paris, in the County of Monroe, State aforesaid, to the highest bidder for cah, at public auction on Saturday, the Second day of February, 1907, . between the hours of nine in the fore noon and live in the afternoon of that day to satisfy said note together with the cost and expense of executing this trui-t. Roy 13. Mkkiwktheu, IVusteo, vigorous flg'brlijgalpiBt the city maw oraer nouse. inis nas been done in tbe interest of the home merchant, and without money and without price. If bxjjdltors. of the land had re ceived regular advertising rates for all they "have said 'against fiese enemies of. tbe co'untrv merchant tbey could now be wearing diamonds. Now tbe department store man appreci ate advertising space ana is willing to take ill the average cou.ri.try editor bas for sale, and at a good price Wbat other class of business or professional jpn would refuse to help their friends especially as so many of said friends never seem in the east disposed to return the compliment or even appreciate t Ex. You get an easy shave a Strean's. r Road Overseers They Enjoyed Miss Fannie Hagar is the queen of hostess as some twen ty of her young friends will aver. Last Friday evening she entertained them.' wi h games and refreshments, so well that the only regret expreseed, was that the evening was short and tbey wished that it like the babbling brook might go on forever. For the steenih lime it be comes a pie. sir u-i well as a duty to chrrnM. i: The Monroe I Oily News has a new reporter. She is Miss Grace tbe charm ing and accomplished daughter of D. S. Sharp and wife. Wel come to tbe journalistic field, but say. don't marry for tbat is the fate of all of tbe girls tbat becomes pencil pushers. For Sale 88 acre farm In Marion Co. Mo. 4 miles to Mon roe City, and 2 miles to R. R. station on Burlington R. R. 7 room bouse, barn, sheds, plenty fruit, phone in house and an R. F. D. Owner will carry a big loan on tbe place for 10 years at 5 per cent. Must sell by Feb. 1st;1 1907. Nodb Green. It is ordered by the Court that the Overseers of Road Districts number ing from 1 to 10 inclusive bo and ap pear before the County Court on Feb. 6th. Overseers of Road Dis tricts numbering from 17 to 32 inclu sivo on Feb. 7th. Overseers of Road Districts numbering from 33 to 48 in elusive on Feb. 7th, and Overseers numbering from 49 to 64 on Feb. 8th, 1907, to make their annual settle' moots with the Court. It is also ordered by the Court that all Road Districts desiring to vote au increase levy of 15 cents on each one hundred dollar valuation in dis tricts for road purposes shall present the Court at tbe '"February Term 1907 a petition signed by 'at least ten resi dent taxpayers of any snch District. The proposition to be voted thereon at the annual school meeting. It is further by the Court that the Clerks of the several School Districts shall certify to the Clerk of the County Court the result of such election with' in five days iheraftor as the law prescribes. J. N. Maqrcder, 1-24 County Clerk Hawks, Owls and Crows. Mr. Editor Democrat Mrs. Harland. thinks she bas lost as many as 600 chickens in tbe last 12 months by hawks, owls and crows. Mrs. Wm. Kendrick thinks she has lost as many as 800, My wife as many 800 chickens by the hawks and 40 turkeys by the crows and owls and tbe rest of our neighbors more or less. S. H Griffin, Route 1 Huntington, Mo The Only Guaranteed Kidney Cure is Smith's Sure Kidney , Cure. Your druggist will refund your money If &fter taking one bottle you are not satisfied with results. 50 cento by L. J. Yates, M. J. , Major, of Brookfield freight auditor of tbe Burling ton, spent Friday at the Joe de pot and as always found J. Li business straight. Misses M.' McClintic and I. Boulware spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives and friends at Hunu.eweli, WASited: gentleman or lady with good reference, to travel by rail or with a rig, for a' firm of $200,000 capi tal. Salary $1,072 per year and ex penses; salary . paid weekly and ex pense advanced. Address, wltn stamp, Jos. A, Alexander, Monroe City, Mo. 1 Farmers anfl Merchants Bank Monroe City Mo" Capital $25,000. Surplus $25,000. Officers: Wm R Yates, Pres H W Kiy, Vice-Pros W R P Jackson, Cashier Directors: W R Yates tl W Ely F H Hagan W R P Jackson John Shearman A Boulware R A. Jackson W K Jones W W Longmlre Foreign Exchange Bo'ight and Sold. JNew business desired and unex celled Facilities offered. W. T. YOUEI I Licensed Auctioneer MONROE CITY.MO RAILROAD TIE TABLES Satisfaction Guaranteed, Head quarters at the Democrat office. A. B. MONTGOMERY, M.S. Veterinary Physician Surgeon and Dentist Oraduate of a Three-year School WABASH, at Moberlv, Mo, ....... EAST BOUND. No 4 Atlantlo KzpieHf i .... 1 1:50 ft n 14 AUantio Jlipresa 810 ft m 10. tit Xoui. AccomodftUott. i.-. , - :Mt xa 20 bt Paul Limited 10:OA ft m 12 Bt Loula fexpreni lfi p m i Eastern Enpres..,,..r liilo p m V 'Bt LqttlS Mall . ......'. ' ftSO (f lullaloSlxpretiiYla Hannibal 9:80 pm 1 WEST HOUND. 7 Paolflo Kxpreti 8-00 ft la si Kanaai City Accomodation. 6:24 ft m K V Fftfit Mall 1:20 PB 13 Paclflo KxpreM . V:lo p m 9 K O FftHt Mall 6:20 pm 1 Omaha Express 11:80 p iu GOING NORTH. No Paolflo Expreni . 1:4(1 a m 18 Oitumwa Accomodation 6:40 m 3 Western Mall & KxpreM.... 2:16 p 1 Bt Paul Limited 6:20 p m GOING SOUTH. 1 Atlantlo Kxprevi..., :10 ft m 20 Ht Paul Limited 10:06 a m 2 Eastern Mall and Express.,.. 8:.T0 a m 6 Moberly Accomodation 9:30 ft m ' W. B. A. McNUTT, M. D. Offloe over Wood's Drugstore. Realdenoft Vhuuts .). Calls promptly attended day or nigh Offloe at Brick Barn, phone 81, Residence phone 181. Dr. J..D. SCOBEE Osteopathic Physician Graduate of American School of Osteopathy, Klrksvllle, Mo All Acuta and Chronic Diseases Treated Office Id Proctor Building PUonss Office Bufluca 141; Residence F & M 148 , Consultation and examination - free. , . J R B KIDD, ACCTIONKUiK. MONROE CITY, MO. Will conduct sales anywhere on reasouable terms. bal'slacV ticm guaranteed. . . A. "W. ELY, M. 1). Ofllce Ely's Private Hospii.i Monroe City, Mo 'Phones jjl-k Meriwether & Meriwether," Attorney s at Law Will practice in all courts. No tary Pub!!. In otSne. Dr. C. A. NOLAND, dentist. Monroe City, Missouri. Oftice over Turner Drug Store. Tolepbono 138. W. T. Rutlkdge, Dentist The saving of teeth aspecialty. Office in Redman block, over Variety Store. Telephone 5tt. DR. U. S. SMITH. 109 S. Aain Hannibal, Ho. Practice Limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. R. S. McOLlNTIO LAWYER Office over Monroe City Bank Monroe City Mo. DR J. L-. SWEENEY Physician and Surgeon Ofllce over Variety Store. Office phone, Buffum No. 220. Residence phone, P. & M. No. 203. The Monroe City Democrat Bryan's Commoner. 1.65 a year. Wanted Lady . to advertea our goods locally. Several weeks home work. Salary $12 per week. 1 00 a day for ex penses. Saunders Co., 46-48 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 1-17 For a first to Streans, class hair cut g Benton Christian bas a badly sprained ankle. His foot caught in a crack in tbe depot plat form. It is notoriously true tbat the railroad people neglecting the stocttyarda other depot fixtures at place. Center Herald. are and this "It now appears that there was a conspiracy among the negro soldiers at Ft. Reno to kill all tbe wbite officers at that post. which more than evermakes plain ;tbe horribly mistaken policy of ever enlist ing negroes for tbe army. Re cent discloses Indicate that it is unwise, dangerous and short, s'.ghted to place a gun in a ne gro's bands and clothe bim' wltb. the uniform of tbe United States army." ' ' ' ' '' ' James Dimmltt spent Sunday with lhe homefolka atSbelbina.