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BARGAINS IN CITY PROPERTY
On the Souih Side. Nine room 2 tiry house, $3500.00 10 Lot FMur . " 1 ." 1100.00 2 " Seven " 2 " " 12.10.00 2 " Six 1 " 1000.00 1 Six 1 " 1000.00 1 Nine " 2 ' " 220.(0 2 " Nine ' 2 " 2250.i",0 10 " Four " 1 1100.00 1 " Five 1 800.00 2 ' Five " 1 ' 1250 00 2 " Five 1 " 2000.00 10 " Nine ' H " " 10 .0 (i0 10 " Seven " 2 " " 5000.00 4 " Six " 1 " 1250.00 1 " Six " 1 " 1700.00 2 " Five " 1 " 1500 no i Block Five " 1 " " 1500 00 2 Lots On the North S de Five room 1 story house $100000 H Lot Six " 1 " " 1100.00 1 " Six " 1 " " 1250.00 2 " Five " 1 " 1)00.00 2 ' Five " 1 " " 1000.00 2 " Kive ' 1 " " 1500.00 6 " Nine " 2 ' " ' 2000.00 2 41 I i " ' 1500.03 S.von li " " 1500.00 2 " Six ' " 1 " ' 900.00 1 " Five " 1 ' " 750.00 1 Six " 1 " " 1400.00 2i " Jour 1 " " 11(10.00 2 " Five " 1 " 2250.00 1 " Nine 2 " 2000.00 '' Three " 1 " 500.00 1 Three 1 " " '-1,0.00 1 Four " 1 ' " 700. 00 1 " Call on or address - NODE GREEN Renl Estate Loans and Insurance Office in the Elzea Building Chaulauqua J. R. Howey, ot Kirksville, is in the city arranging for the holding of a Cbautauaua bere July 20-28. He is meeting with much encouragement and makes a fair proposition and will fur nish the best talent, believing that all are entitlad to the best. An effort trill be-made to secure Senators Bob Taylor, Ben R. Tillman, LaFollette and Dolh. ver. Dr. McArthur, Dr. Dawson, R. P. Hobson, A. A. Willitt, Fathers Nugent, .Vaughu and Phelan, Frank Dixon, Wasman the Magician, Rosiman Magi cian, Dunbar or Whitney male quartette, Shubert ladies quar tette. Jubilee singers, 3 musical numbers 3 days eacb and other attractions. . Forenoons devoted to Chorus training, Domestic science or clubs, i The instruction and in formation gained from theie forenoon sessions is well worth the price of a season ticket. The Chautauqua will be nine days of entertainment, educa tion and amusement; will be un denominational, non-political and for every body. Season tickets for all the ses sions during the nine days will be only $1.50. Prohibition in the South- The South is vtry fast becom ing a prohibition country. A liquor trade paper recently poin ted out that two-thirds of the area of this country is now closed against the saloon by one form or another of prohibi tion, and setved notice that the saloon must improve itself and keep iu touch with the advance of public sentiment or it will finally have to go entirely Wby.'the selling of whisky is 'legally forbidden in more than 'half of Kentucky! What does it Bignify? Prohibition areas in crease, but the consumption of liquor does not Bignmcaniiy ue crease. The reason is that drink ing is becoming a social matter instead of a vice Washington 'Times. Henry Green and Shelby Sweeney, now that school is 'out, have picked up life's skein 'and -gone to work at the Rogers & Thompson department store. That beats warming a soap box , jo . a store or a block of curb ' ston e; They will win out,, be cause not afraid of work. Entertained- John Jayne entertained the class of '07 at his pleasant home corner of Summer and Chestnut Streets, Tuesday even ing. Some of the class missed the treat for the reason, the round of pleasure for the past ten days bad worn tbem out. Hitch Rack Rafe Leake, not Mr. Bristow. has set new posts and used gas pipe for stringers to replace the old hitch rack on Winter street The hitch racvs and ground oc cupied by the teams should be kept in first class condition. Master Robert Sickles, now that school is out has gone to Hannibal to join bis father and make that instead of bis grand father, Dr R K.- Megown's, his boms The Fate of the Bad Eggs "What becomes of all the bad eggs?'' asked the reporter. 'I never thought of that. Do they go to waste?" "Indeed they don't," the dairyman replied. "Bad egg dealing is a business in itself. All bad eggs go to tanners and paper makers. "These eggs are carefully opened by band, and the whites are separated from the - yolks unpleasant, smelly work, but ri tint no machine can do. The joins are mixed with flour and salt, j-nd this dough is sold to the leather men, who size and dress hides with it. "The whites are used in the sizing of fine paper. Care must be taken that they are properly separated, as the least bit of yolk in tbem would cause a yel low streak upon the paper's surface. "Confectioners used to buy slightly stale, flavor white, too, but 6ince the pur t -I hul labaloo these men l. vnly used fresh whites in ;;-- candies." Paid Sidewalk Costs. In 1905 Mrs. C. A. Rich was notified by thr city authorities to have a granitoid walk laid in front of her business house on Davi street Mrs. Rich did not comply in the (specified time and I tie city thtrtupun adver tised ft.r bids and the walk was cote' ructed by order ot the city '1 lie city theu brought suit jgiistMrs. Rid' on -pecU! tax oiU, in tin- Howard Ccuuty Circuit Court, wl.tre a decision was ;iveii in fuvor of the city. Thr. u.n l er .tiling, Mr Johnstuu or B.iouvi.li, Mrs Rich ape-a cii i lie case to the K-tusas (.My Court of Appeals, there Hit jjdgm. nt of the How ard couii was itffiitne'i. Mrs Rich h,'! now p:tid ah co-is in the case Parties in F.tyette whu have been notified to bui.d new side walks will di wi.li to heed the city's Lotke by complying at oucb, for thfrv will surely save costs thf-reoy. Fayette Democrat-Leader. What can be done in Fayette cau be done in Monroe City. New Things. W. E. Shearmnn is putting in 110 leet of granitoid walk in fiont of his new residence Cor Tjird and Dtvia Streets R S. McClioticis having 35 feet ot granitoid walk put in Hunt of hi? batidsome new home Cor. Chestnut ?.nd Green Streets Bert Bull has bad 72 feet of granitoid walk put in front of bis cosy home Cor. Court and North Main Sweets. W. L. Bond is building a very desirable eight room residence for W. W. Haniey at the North end of Chestnut Streets in Rog ers addition,' : ' Dr. Geo. L. Turner has treated his residence to a coat of paint. Mrs. Carrico is building a nice fnnr rnnm fn t f a rrasl TheJMarr School bouse near Stoutsville recently destroyed by fire is being rebuilt. The material is beiug furnished by Monroe dealers. Jabe Johnson is building two four room cottages. Joseph Smith is building a porch to bis cosy home. It will have a pagoda on the top of it His Opinion Valued. Jefferson City, April 30. Em mett B. Fields, Senator from the sixth district, is looked up to as one ot the leaders of the Senate whose courisel is sought by both parties. He was pres ident protem of the senate two years ago and during his long service iu the Assembly has al ways been a leader among Dem ocrats. The quality if Senator Fields, service to the state and his party has caused him to be men tioned many times as a possible candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor. Sena tor Fields has notydeclared him self upon this point, but it is not improbable - that he will have to shortly. Kansas City Post. ' Creamery. J. J. Jettwasa busn visi tor in Hannibal yesterd. Ma fore leaving be told u-. 'A'e are now separating daily. J. P. Easton, assistant in.'u ager of the Pond Poultry Co:, this city, has been promoted bjr being made the company's man ager at Macon. lie and his wile are now residents of Macon. riU in'TJKi rm'Wki ... I pit I m m I Ik lest JYlado. 6CV,1r?n J MUZ --' w.io A Pec s! r.e Insfic d THE ttlPROVSD VUUNG SUTT P-ittnt spiS'.ni lor Cesides double lent and knees it has a patent lining reenforcemcnt throughout IJivdcd tuf!r;nr. E,i!cas!oa waisJ-fcands 3o::t!e seat Ircm :s:ai lo seen Dcallc lines "am stvn to scorn Ail Searjs tcipai, sitcSiei ond s'ayed three times This liclici on a suit i; a euinnav of Kmstictton fit. n Uf f Chicago Parents, Wote the extra Uain aCachraent cover'pj parts which nr nut made double, that relieving a great deal ui the slain attendant upon the reams and other parts. Seats, knees and arm-pits are points necessitating particular attention. They am made of only rcluMo mutcriub, perfectly put together and in stylo, right up to the min ute. The latul tolls sewed in every coat. It is plainly the duty of every mother before buying to carefully aualyno the above. Come in and convince yourselves of ka gcnuineneis. 'For sale in Monroe City at LEVY & YATES Record of the Weather for March and April. Average temperature in March at sunrise was 39 13-31 above zero; the highest temperature was 67 above zero, March 27th. The lowest 26 above zero March 31st. Wind in the northwest five mornings; in the north one morning. A Jittle snow twice in March, 8th and 10th. March 21st at 2 p. m., 92 above zto. April average temperature was 35 3 10 above zero; the high est temperature at sunrise was 52 above zero, April 28th. The lowest temperature 21 above zero, April 21st. A little snow three different days, 8, 12 and 19th. Wind was in the northwest 15 moru'mvis .uid in the north two immings There was ice thir- en d ff rent mornings pril :?8 at 2 p. m. 74 above zer. PretlylBabe Frediick Polsonis rejoicing over the arrival ot a pretty little Miss at bis home. Peter Smith of Ely has return ed from a thirty daysWislt with his daughter, Mrs. Thomas Boone at Midland, Texas, Barry 111, is no larger than Monroe City and it has six saloons, which pay $1,500 to the town. .' Miss El ma Smith left yester day for Kirksville to visit her sister Mrs. J. N. Sparling. May locate in Hannibal Rbert Sharp, of Warren, Vlaiin countv, was in the city yesterday calling on his numer ous friends. He has sold his drug store at Warren and is uow looking out i iifr location There is a pn.i t-.iir y ht ho may decide u : j i t Maani- bal, but baruh u .ue ru; bus inesj as there is already t o much competition in that line of business tor any oae to become a millionaire. The Largest in the World The largest bink in the w rld is in London. The largest church is in Rt-mc. Tn- hr jest stock exchange is in New York. The loftiest structure to the world is in Paris. The largest brewery is in St. Louis. There, also, is the larg est tobacco factory in the world. The largest suspension bridge is in New York. The largest hospital in the world is ia Paris. The largest stone structure in the world is in Egypt. The largest public, gardens are in Pans. The 1 rgest rw.'r is iu South America The largest moDumeut in the world is in Waso nyton. The largest life insurance companies are in New York. The great st stove factory is in Detroit, Mich. Quincy. III., April 29. Father Bonaventure of St. Francis, who for several years has been chaplain at St. Mary.s hospital died this afternoon at 12:45 He was taking suddenly ill only Saturday morning. An inter nal obstruction caused his demise. He was a highly rev ered priest Father Bonaveu ture was well known to many citizens of Mom oe. Mrs. james Medcalf and chil dren, ot Woodland, have been the guests of her sister, Mis Edward Loogmire. Node Green, the real estate man was a business visitor in Palmyra, yesterday. Misses Jennie Long and Ethyl Weaden, of Shelbina, spent' Sunday with Miss Mollie Green. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Vanmar ter went to the Bluff City Sun day to visit relatives. Swish. Oue of the first secretaries of agriculture was a man of great shrewdness and ability, which were not incompatible with a certain slow footed ease. He was known to be late at cabinet meetings, where tardl-ess is a serious breach of etiquette One day when he came into a meet. ing a minute or two late cue of the other secretaries, thinking to give a nelpfui rebuke, Solid; 'Hello!' Here comes the tail ot the adm nistration." The secretary slid ieasurely UH; In- st iit and then answered: "Weil, the tail m.iy. come in bandy some day lo brush the dies otl the rest of the adminis tration." Yotith's Companion. Mrs. Monroe BowerB and Mas. ter Charles ai- off tor a visit with the hometuiKs ai Perry. W. B. Arnold was a Palmyra visitor Monday. W. B. Arnold's right eye has been in mourning. Don't ask him about it. Clarence McNutt has returned from Clark, Texas, where he spent the winter. Burpee's Garden Seed in bulk at A. H. Green's. Advanc of Civilization. Sixty yeara ago tbr irer 180,000 children at school la ladi. Mo Utt y over 4tQOO,000. , .