ROGERS & THOHPSON
MONROE CITY, MISSOURI.
Clearing Sale Prices New Id Force In Every Deparlment
Our extraordinary business the past year has
left us with a large amount of remnants, odd lots
etc. which must be closed out regardless of cost.
Winter Goods of every kind sacrificed
Come early and get the cream of the offerings
25 per cent discount on any overcoat in the store
Ladies' Cloaks in Fancy mixtures and plaids go at half price
Hundreds of yards of best calico remnants at 4c yd
Men's Heavy Arctics at $1.25 pair New goods
Men's an d Boys' Duck Coats all at cut prices
Men's Calf skin Shoes all sizes $1.50 pair
Hundreds of Wool Dress Coods Ren: cants, black and colored, at half price
Ladies' latest style Black Cloaks at greatly reduced prices
Embroidery Remnants, good lengths, way under value
10c Outing Flannels, new designs, light colors, 7 l2c yard
Ladies' Fascinators, all grades and all colors, at cost, to close
The balance of our stock of Furs at specially low prices
Men's 15c Merino Sox now 11c pair
Special pries on Ladies Shoes of all kinds
Remnants of Ginghams, Percales, Shirting?, Linings, Silks, Waistings,
all at Special Prices
Values like the above are what make our business
grow. They are only samples of the other good things
here for you. If you are not trading with us, why not
begin now. Go where the crowd goes, there's a reason.
Hogers , Thompson
I Why not buy your Grapbo-
plumes, Phonographs, Pianos
'a nl any thr musical instru
ment from Dimuiiu. lie wil
s t ve you freight. Y"ii i ii'cno
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tion ;it the home of Mi .-, D K.
D . vi.'nporc Saturday t-vo.inv,
ti . 19 1907, from 7:dduuiii 11.
At the 6tock holders meeting
of the sound, solid, conserva
tive f Farmers ana .Merchant
Bank, the eld board of itirectoi
was re-elected as will as inf
old officers whicli a ere W R
Yates. Pres.: H. W. Eiv. V.c
Pre; W. W, Longmire, Secv.
and VV. R P. J.irlcson ca-stiicr.
Miss Sue Anderson left Tues
day for Dedver .ud Graysnu
Texas, to spend a month will,
Mrs. White at
Walter jjimmiti anu lawny """ "ri" . Mrs. John L. Evnns bahPPn
left Saturday afternoon for half of Barry. III., .re visiting d- several days with
days with the home lolks. i
All roads .ea i to Monroe,
TT , n but lately the etrains do rot get
William Hamilton and Henry J nn. , f.
. , . , t-. , here any quicker thin the
J. Kendrick paid the Democrat 3 H
pleasant calls Saturday af ter- j g J
Sli el bin a.
Mrs. J. B. Smith and daugh
ter. Miss Rjsa May. of Palmyra day uit;tit and Tuesday
Mis. M.ngaret Cassidy and
two daughter., of Quincy, eo-
route to California, spent Mon
have been visiting their broth
er and uncle. William Engle.
friend, Mrs, Dura Hal-
Mrs. Johr Dema.-ee left Sat
urday afternopn for Bloomfield,
Iowa, to join her husband who
is now one of the progressive
business men of that bloomin'
burg. Mrs. Demaree has a host
of friends here who will miss
J. T. Elliott and wife have
been spending several days
with friends at Sheltina.
J. W. Shigley and family,
formerly in the restaurant bus
iness here have moved' to Ocla-
! hutiKi Ci'y. 0 T.
Miss Tibbie iUvans isvassist-',
ant bookkeeper at the Monroe
City Bank. She is oue of Mon
roe's nicest of the many nice
Misses Mabel Leininger ar:d
Bernice Wilson went to Ely yes
terday to visit friends.
Dan K. Yowell has traded
the Joseph Kmcaid farm for a
bunch of Short Horn cattle.
We'll bet a cookie that Dan saw
daylight somewhere before be
made the trade.
Al Yates aud son Geo-ge
were with Quincy friends, yes
terday. Now is the time to your har
ness dipped in pure.Neats foot
oil. Yowell Saddlery Co.
D. D. Melson will on Monday
Jan. 21, buy good, fat, well
broken horses, 5 to 12 years old,
suitable tor the Southern trade.
Chap : II P. E. 0, held their
regular muriing last Saturday
at the home of Mrs. I. W. Read.
This meeting was somewhat in
the nature of. a tsurpiise party,
as Mrs. Real did not know that
she was to be hostess until
that afternoon, but with her
customary efficiency she was
ready to give all a gracious
welcome. The study f Bur
mau was made very inter-sting
by the display of art . - sent
Mrs. Read by a iry
friend. A letter fnm a ten
year-old Burmese girl,
gee of Mrs. Read, wh.
do credit to any child
age, gave a very good i
lion of the work ot the i
scbool. The Bible ques'
part of each lesson for tin-
year, are much enjoyed b i
( f, u.l J !, f l
.finer uiu niuic reiresnun . i s
the meeting adjourned to
meet the first Saturday with
Mrs. Pearl Williamson
W. D. Erwin and sweet bride,
ot Uttumwa, Iowa, have been
spending several days with
his sister. Mrs A. S Maddox
Some twenty of George Set
ties young ftiends spent hist
Saturday evening with him and
it was a memorable evening for
him, for every hing went as
merry as a marriage bell.
The games were just the
games, and the refreshments
just the refreshments, for they
were just every ones tit.
As for the dark muddy drive
home, they cared not for that
because theysnugled just a lit
t'e closer and enjoyed the ch ive
all the more. George bim If
wished he lived five miles irom
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1 1 ) ivc-i c'i :
'li' Csu leu ' ,i '
Jusi-ph Spalding is anotber
ni! of Monroe's good hoys tb.it
has gone one into the world ti
make a place tor himself. Ifu
secured a position in the office
ot the C. R. I. & P. at Center
ville. Iowa, and left -Saturday
afternoon to assume Mis duties
Nrx: Tuesday .wrig Mon
roe Cani M. W. A. im' Monroe
Camp R. N A. wi'l havea joint
installation at the opera bouse
Hon. W. IT. II. Meyers. District
Deputy will lie n-re from Paris
and give one of ms interesting
talks'lon Woodcraft. There i
also to be refreshments. Every
member of the orders should
Turn pennies into dollars
fast and with many of them
it means many luxuries. While
not near the number we desired
responded to our ri quest to
v n I us a rpor tr poultry,
ifii and bu " 1 1 fractions,
ijurirg 1900 "Mint tbose
who di i Mi. .i!i the list
wiii gre Ul ii civ., e f-xt year
fir ,.e v.ou i' ! t J'fi.ike their
r-port ;i Hp ci.i, m-,i ureof the
,1 -t isne ul iiie j. I .. nr e City
Democr.vt e..cii year ihe same
as li-tj jc.'n ibi. j.': jual 9'iipping,
T--r' '.). sevora. jears
lu spile ot Mrs. H. Ci v U ivsr
being 'ck quite a pf . i i iif
las: huminei wnij". C; u l her
!o lose a larg ; r,u nb-' of tur
keys ;ind gfi-se. i er poultry,,
et's; ai uLi'ter '.sited It-
Mr j Owen slarleil in in
190G "ith 99 he-,. S'.ie i?i!ied
150 f'ir table purposes, so.d 212,
lids 10U pullets left an I the
chickens aiiu e'g.s sold ttiched
her 144 05.
Mis-i Laura See kept tab nice
ly on lii-r poultry and gives us
this report: Stie collected 1008
dozen egs during the ye-ir and
sold 610 dozen, 19-i dczen was
used for setting and table pur
poses. She sold $22.15 worth
of thoroughbred eggs. 40 SO
worth of thoroughbred poultry,
premiums on poultry 21 Culls
and eggs 19l3.b2 A to a 1 of
$280.27. She has nineleru va
rieties of thoroughbred poultry.
Mrs. J. H Grady began the
year 1906 with X,Q Buff CjcUui
and Wnite Wyandotte hens.
She sold ?f 43 07 worth of epgs,
eggs used for tab1" urposes
would have fetche i 11 HO Dis
posed ot '2-i i) worth 1 ci.ick
ens. chickens used wort' "fu 03.
Surplus chickens over mi nber
beginning the year worth $11 5'J.
A total of $101 16
Mrs. J. S Eizei -o I f2lQ
TVre ii stveral no :dr lo'-H1-d':c
the Democrat on pub-s.-
i. it iw.1. Permit us to say to
"ii that need the money at '.
". We have obligations to'
ni' et and trust injist upou tbose
who owe us paying up. Don't i
wait for a personal dun. but was in the cit'
send the money at once.
20u ncr t arm Tin r ' -
roe City. Mo., a'" M - i.
statioa on the M K & T. 11
Two sets of building,
level prairie land, g ..ca
tion and a snap if by
March 1. 1907 Node Gksen.
Mrs. Mary E. Wood -ert Sat
urday af ternoon for Pcm v. ex
pecting to spout -j. v r.il days
pleasantly wiili r-n
of t? -p- rville
Si! r av at
tending to his bacliei: ffr-s.
He still talks new hous wid;w
and, but J in is slower . i.i mo-las-e-s
i .J ' no i n
t ke-p ' i tir har e s
!' i ' and soft ;'nd p tv.'i t t
Mrs. D. Sih utW'-r.ier and from rotting and breaking? The
daughter, Miss Anna, visited w ayto do it, is to haveit dipped
their kinspople. John Smi-.h in Neats toot oil at Yowell's
and family. Saturday. Saddlery Co.
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Mrs. J. M. Jabnson Sr. is vis'
iting a sister Kansas City.
Iti getting out our annual
report we have tried to inter
est several of the country 6tore
keepers and asked them to give
us their poultry and egg trans
actions for the year 1906. Some
responded. Many thanks. Oth
ers had kept no account of that
branch of theO important
branch of itheir business. One
kindly made out his report,
but as they asked us not to ue
their names, of course we cou'd
we could not use the report. As
the Democrat the Peoples Pa
per is a persistent hunter and
hustler for news, we will try to
get the same reports tor 1907 to
be used in January 1908, Now
wont you keep tab on jtbe mat
ter for us and thereby assist to
that extent in advertising Your
country as well as ours?
ra Whv It Is te Yoiii Aflvanta-jp ta
Keep an Acccuot With the
Farmers and Merchants Bank
MONROE CITY, MO
BECAUSE It is a 6trong, careful, safe, liberal, prompt, !4
Accurate and successful institution.
BECAUSE It is a f rowing, active, progressive, up-to-date
Bank in every particular.
BECUSE Your account will be appreciated by ".V B ii k
and your interests will always bo c;' r v
BECAUSE This Bantc has an excellent fire proof vault
and is well protected. with burglar insurance t(
a safe place lor your funds and papers.
BFJCAUSE This tan bstudies the needs ot its customers
ana properly tattes care ot tnem. wnetner
their business is large or small.
BECAUSE Its dealings with all customers are absolutely
confidential, and it is always ready to assist
We do not believe you can ask for better treatmeut than
this bank will give you, and we therefore
ask for your patronage
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