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Any article of merchandise bearing this label ' means your dollar's worth or your money back. Win. A. Sullivan, Cash Clothier. Tf you wunt to see the finest stock Of clothing in Northeast Missouri, if you want to aw the nieest up to-dats line of bats and men's furnishings Northea-i Misiouri at tho very lowest possible prices to bo made, on that kind of n,cvi:brtiullsi' that gentlemen wear, i-ome to the Bid Clothing Storo. We ure rea ly for jon and pleas r. meiober that it in no trouble, to sho-w OOd8. Wm. A. Sullivan, Carh Clothier. A thousand beautiful overcoat- nnd juiti nicely ai canyed on rae s tor your inspection, bearing the. oliarxe terUties of perfect models as regard tailoring, lit and nintrial. They are Sulliviwi trariiicnt, everyone of tWui and jriuiriiuterd toj'tvu satinfactlon uf your triuuey &Hir. Wm. A. Sulli'vae, Cash Clothier The ttig Clf.it liiiiif -Store is loaded with a full lint! of Wibon Brother's furnishing goods consisting of eveiy. tbi&g in that line. Nothing better on aitb than a Monarch, shu t and arrw brand cellars. In fact, everything in this, ck j.ai ttnent 1 ears the stamp of the very best. Win. A. Sullivan, (. hi li C lotuier. We talk rijht, vw t right- The whole matter i a nut hell is this: We elt- ile very Ixst men bdniiUe at th lowest possible pi ic ; niulthijgs purchased at our store must prove jtood or they will be made good. We are icudy to do butincra with you aloof these lines, otherwise we don't want It. Wm. A. Sallivan. Cash Clothier. Continui d. FARM COLUMN (Continued from page 1) Corn 55c Wheat No. 2 . 85 Oatfl 37 " 40c Hay ;-$7.00!i.lu'.ri0 Shipments for week, fair. A Boulware and Sod cars ot ties; Dirigo and Son I car junk; Bar ger and McClintic 3 cars of cat tie and 1 of hogs; Clay Under bill 1 car of bogs; A k) Green 2 cars of oats; J L Evans 1 car wheat; Pond Poultry Co 1 car poultry. 48 cases etgs, 525 lbs butter, 9 otiis bides, Henderson and Son 1 car eggs, 1 car poul try. 600 lbs butter. Total 15 cars. 8 JSIJ We Want Your SHOE BUSINESS Yu wi'l surely be interested in the shoes wMch we are showing this season in terested for more than one reason especially if you are particular in the selection of f your footwear. We have endeavored to find a line of shoe" from which our patrons f could have u wide selection ot styles and at the same time be assured of absolute quali. ty in, every style; also that they can have a selection of various leathers in wt-ich shoes ;arehnw being made, and a line of such sizes that tbey could be accurately and correct ly fitted. I 4 We are showing various styles in all grades of footwear, se- fs44 (Am 4tir f-M4 ft inn m nlrtr ttt 4fia ertirfifr on4 lira faeA rr . fident we can please you in every4 particular We would especially call your attention to two special lines of High Grade shoes The Famous "Waik'Over" Shoes 2 The World Renowned "Selby" Shoes For Men For Ladies These two lines are the best inthe world and we are showing them in all the new styles We have the best School Shoes for Boys and Girls, the kind that wear Leather Boots in Kip, Calf and Kangaroo High Top Shoes all heights and Laces Felt Boots, German Sox, Overshoes, Leggms, Rubbers, Rubber Boots, etc at Money. Saving Prices I I 1 W ar anxious to secure vour shoe Datronaee and hope that when the occa- I f w if a .V casion presints itself, you will give us an opportunity to demonstrate to you the good joints of the various shoes wbicti we carry in stock May we not have a call from you soon? A. BOULWARE 6, SON Mcnroe City, Mo I ORDER OF PUBLIC A HON IN VACATION. ' . Commercial Club. " We are au.honied by Presi dent H. Lvy to announce: There will be a meeting ot the Commercial Club at the Council rooms tonight at 7:30 o'clock. A good many of the leading citizens of the Metropolis of the county, Monroe City and tf the northern and eastern part of the county think, as Paris does -tot seem to think it worth wLile t hustle for a Court House ui d Infirmary, it behooves 'Monroe. tbe Qjeen of the Prairies, to go alter the PTPLUM. Paris waats both if the PEO PLE will toss them into bei lap. Monroe is willing to go all the way for either or both and will treat tbera nicely. Let the meeting be a rouser and you be there on time. One thousand fine breeding ewes just from the range of Idaho, for sale, in numbers to suit purchasers. 1047 H. Durst. John, Campbell andnteiest fog family expected to leave yesterday for Owensburg, Ky., lor a visit of two week with xtlatues. STATE OF MlSOUttl, COUNTY OF MONROE, In the Circuit Court of Monroe Coun ty Mo. A. Boulware and C. M, Sullivan PUimilTs, 8galnt Theuuknown heirs ot Clement Pierceal, deceased, and all persona claiming by, under or throagli him, Defendants. . The State of Missouri, to above nam ed Defendants Creating: Now on this 14th day of Ootober, 1!K)7, in vacation of Circuit Court fur Monroe County, Missouri, before De cember term 1907, of said Circuit Conrt come plaintiffs herein by attor ney of record herein, before said Clerk, and on behalf of plaintiffs files petition in suit herein, among other matters of action alleging: That aafd defendants bps' all non residents of the State of Missouri, so that the ordinary proetss of law can not be served upon them and that they and their names are unknown to plaintiffs that process ci noot be directed to them by nami. it is therefore orde-o 1 '-r .ild Clerk tha said defend ' 1 1 l notified by publication thiil p a ii iT by petit'on heivln filed n( mi - October 14, 1907, have commenced suit against said de fendants, the immediate object and general nature of which is to perfect the record title of plaintiffs to the Northwest quarter of section 35, Town ship 56, Range 8, west, in Monroe County, Mo. And it is further' ordered tbat said defendants be and appear in this Conrt on the first day of the next term there of, to be holden at the City of Paris, Monroe County, Missouri on Monday the 9th day of December, 1907, and on or before the first day of said term to answer or plead to said petition, or in default tbert-ln said petition will be,' taken and adjudged as confessed, and judgment by default will be rendered apainst said defendant. It Is fnrtber ordered that a copy I hereof be duly published M least ono e a week for four consecutive weeks in Monroe City Democrat, a weekly newspaper duly printed, published and circulated in said Monroe Coun ty, and duly designated by plaintiff's attorney, and duly approved by said Clerk most likely to give notice to de fendants, the last insertion to be at least fifteen days before said next term of said Court. ss STATE OP MISSOURI COUNTY OK MONROE I, Cbas. L. Dry, Clerk of the circuit court of Monroe County, Missouri, hereby certify that the foregoing writing is a full, true and complete copy of the original Order of Publica tion in said cause, as fully as the same remains and appears of record in my office. In witness whereof, 1 hereto subscribe my name and official signature and hereto affix the seal of said Court at my office in the City of Paris, Monroe County, Missouri, 'this 14th day of October, 1907. seal Cha-s.L. Dry, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Mocroe County, Missouri. By J. F. Smock, Deputy. Meriwether & Meriwether,. Attys for Plaintiff. ft ft 3j Fob Sale Lots 8, 9, 10 and 11 in Block 10 Warners 2d Ad dition to Monroe City, Mo Will sell at a bargain If sold by Oct. 1st. Will take snail payment down, gite time on balance. Address No. 3547 Morgan Ford Roadr St. Louis. Mo. Or NodeGreen, Monroe CityrMo. Mrs. W. G. Williamson- and Master Gerald have been the guests ot Mrs. Williamson's brother, Hon. W. T. Ragand and family of Paris. Dr. Bornback, Oculist and Aurist, Hannibal, Mo. Mrs. Ed L Keea left Tuesday for Burlington Junction where sbe will remain some time. . Fresh and Cured of All Kinds and of the Best Quality Phone. ,2,1 g REED First Door South of Yates L Shearman PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public sale at the Bill Moss farm 1 mile east of Marshall Ford, 8 miles northeast of Monroe City, 6 miles northwest of Ely, 11 miles soutb and west of Palmy ra, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30 12 HORSES 3 good mares, bred, 1 to jack. 1 to Pond's thoroughbred borse, 1 to Julian Q; Mare pony in foal by Dr. Maddoz borse, gentle enough for children to handle; a dandy 2-year old mare;. 4 yearling horse colts; yearling mare colt; suckling borse colt; good suckling mare mule 11 CATTLE 2 good Hereford cows '4 good milch cows, 4 calves, yearling heifer 47 HOGS 45 sboats weigh f rom 60 to 125 pounds, 2 Poland-China sows bred to thoroughbred Poland-China, boar 1000 bushels Corn to be cribbed on place A few Farm Implements ED J. BROSS W. T. Youell and Dare Lillard, Aucs. Miss Alice Fast, of Sioux City, Mo.,. arrired Thursday to visit ber sister, Mrs. . O. E. Thomas. Mrs. Ada May Rhodes, of Kansas City, is visiting tba bomefolks, A. T. Kramer and family. Mesdames J. H. McClintic and A. jaeger, jr spent tne fire t. of the week with St. Louis and Klrkwood friends. Rev. E. McNair and S. F. Wade went to Quincy, Monday to attend the funeral of their friend, Mrs. Henry Wine.. Mrs. W. Yeager, ot Louisiana has been the guests of -'Monroe-friends. i ., Mrs. Leona Gentry and Miss Georgia and Neva Hawk rasa Edna Gentry spent Sunday wi the homefolks. G A Hawki and family at Sheibyvilj.