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1 A, IT3 111 Mlfip AND JXllKJiJ SPECIAL of Men Women and Children. Large Permanent Office in Hannibal, Mo., and Ottumwa, Iowa, To the first 15 who call at Hotel will be given Three Months Free Treatment, Medicines Excepted. If you are sick or afflicted in any way this is your chance. This visit is made to let all arad themselves of this opportunity of being cured at vour horns. Best of references will be given you aod all are invited to call. Monroe City, Mo., Maddox Hotel, Saturday, Feb. 15, Hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. All Consultations and Examinations Free. Utterback. Job a Btnnett Utterback was born January 13. 1854, in Balls County. Mo., died February 7, I 1908 age 54 years and 24 days, i Tue deceased was tbe youog est child of a family of ten1 children. The only brother. 'William, lives at Cincinnati, Mo ; five sisters are still living, who with the wife and daugh ter, Mrs. bertha Berry, remain to mourn their loss. Our brother gave bis heart and life to Christ nearly thirty years ago under tbe preaching of R-v. I. R M Beeson. uniting with the Bethlehem Baptist church At tbe time of bis decease he was a member of the Oakland Baptist charch. He found great delight in attendance at the public worship in God's bous-. A kind friend, a noble man, an affectionate husband and father ts gone from among us The funera I service was held in the 'Grace" church. thU city, conducted by the Pastor, Rev W. W Liuijhlln. The re mains were then carried to the Oakland cemetery, Ralls Coun ty, and laid to rest, there to await the resurrection. was a distinguished member to twenty years. The o j-ct i) the suit is to convict the Har vester Company of violating the anti-trnst laws and to oust i from the state. It will be one ot tbe biggest and most im portant cases trid in Missouii in recent years and will b watched with interest by the people of the entire countr With Judge Brace as reteree a fair, impartial and dignified trial is assured, Tbe suprm court could have paid no higrinr tribute to bis standing as a jm ist than by bv tnis appoin ment. Milan Standard. BANK STOCK At PUBLIC SALE Five Shares of Farmers & Merchants Bank Stock will be sold at Pnblic Sale at front aooroftbeF. & M. Bank at 2 o'clock p. m., Saturday. Feb. 22. 1908. L. O. Wilson, . P. N. Jones. Administraters of tbe Estate ofW.E Jones, deceased. C. L. Drescher has sold tbe south room now used bv the Pond Pou try Co., to E. E. Kratz who will n it uo as a first class carpenter shop. MiB J-nin- Greeves returned from Stou xviiu.. Friday, where she had been visiting ber cousin Mrs Florence Scobee. Alva Ely will sell your real estate at auci mn. Do not fail to bear ibe Tem ple Quartette Thursday even ing at tbe opera bouse. Tbey come to us as tbe finest on the American platform to-day. Tickets on -sale at Dimmitt's Store Thursday at 9 a. m. Money Makers Three young black Jeunets, all in toal. Will be sold at B G Moss' big sale. Miss Ida Kirby lelt Saturday for a vi-.ii with friends at Stoutsviile. tbt-u to St. Louis where stie will spena a tew weeks in fie millinery bouse to get ine latest lasuious for tbe coming season. Miss Lilly Buckman, of Sbel blna, returned borne Tuesday atter a fe days visit witn btr sister, Mrs. Loren Yates. Miss Bess Sharp left Tuesday for a visit with friends in St. Louis. She was accompanied by ber mother as far as Hanni bal. Here is your chance An 85 acre farm 5 miles from tbis town to exchange I or city property. A bargain; 2 2u ' Nods Green. Remember the Date and Time, The Lnd comfort tbe bereav ed hearts W. L High Honors for Judge Brace. Judge Theodore Brace, of Pans bas been appointed re eree in the suit brought by Attorney-General Hadley against tbe International Harvester Company of America. The a p. pointment was made by the su preme court, of wbicb Brace I Miss Mable Banditt, of Pal myra, spent the first part of the week with Miss Sweeney, who is suffering with grippe. D R Campbell visited his mother, Mrs T. W. Jones, at Oakdale. Friday. Go to B. G. Moss' sale and buy one of tbose big Jack. ' Make yoo rich. A Greater Monroe- For years the Democrat bas been working for Greater Mon roe City and consequently bas been working for a Business Men's Association and all citi zens co-operating together for new enterprises. Some time ago a Commercial Club was or ganized but it has not been working, consequently bas not done much for tbe advance ment of Monroe City. Other towns with no greater advant ages than Monroe City are land i n new enterprises which wilt greatly betietii their tow is Ii is tiiut ioi Monroe City cit arM.s to get busy L;t u- iand heie idle no ii'tjer Lloyd Campaign Chairman. Wasbinytiiii. Feb lu "Op position of John Slurp Wh idm- minority reader in the House ol Re preeiu.( i i v-s. injeu er with i wn of ihe Cdim dalts ogamsi htm CDinrnutng ti.eir uenglb in favor uf a Mind c.i nuidatc, fail ed t nefeat R prtsentative James T Ll d, o M souri, for chairman ot the D mocratic Ctingri ssic na I Cuny ie s s i o n a 1 Campaign Committee Mr Lloyd was elected b) a v.fe of 2a tj 14, tue opposiis v nra beir.g cast for William H. Ryan, of New York. Mr Rvoti was tbe candidate for whom Represen tative Flood, of Vrgiuta. and Bowers, of Mississippi, with drew from tbe race and to whom tbey attempted to throw their strength " At tbe partition sale of the property of George T. Settle, deceased, at Paris, ncintly Mrs. Retta Settle bought the borne place and Cecil Dawson tbe one-third interest in tbe blacksmitb shop Mr. Dawson expects to put up a new build ing tbis year. Pearl McReynolds. of near Palmyra, spent yesterday with bis parents, Rev. and Mrs. M. L McReynolds. Tbe Spalding real estate Co. soid foi Mark Hawkins 15 acres of tbe Warner Uaci including residence to E. L Reed. In part pay Mr Hawkins took tbe Reed property on First St. B. F. Carrico and bis nephew, Roy Johnson, of Bellegrade, Neb , who bas been visiting here, went to Hannibal to spend a tew days. I bave a Sure-batch Incubator and brooder; will seil at my sale. B. G. Moss. If you want a first-class sbine tane your shoes to Strean's bar ber shop and tnere you win find a man wuo Knows now . give you a g.ioii s i.ne J me Wi lis. of Cir nil'. o'. spent a few days with the Uu.i l I George W. Tooley. Our enterprising tailor, J S. Conway is putting in new fix tures, etc., to accommodate bis increasing business. Frank Wright made a busi ness trip o Stoutsville. Satur day. Walke Aiams and family spent Saturday with S. M. Bay num and family in tbis city. See our line of Belts before buying elsewhere at Yates & Shearman. 20 per cent off on all Cotton Blankets at Yates & Shearman. Get our prices on Mualin Uo derwear 20 per cent off on all garments at Yates & Shearman. Uncle Zeke Says None is so blind as th' woman who fai s tu see sum other woman's new bat. When marriage is a failure it doesn't necessarily mean that it bas quit bizuess. One way tu git up teelin' fresh in th' moinin', is tu go tu bed tbat way. It remorse would come before, nste id uv after, he would be a more beneficial if Dot welcome, vi-itor. Most modern men doa't pop tn qun-tiot, tiny w rite it. Th' coid, Rr.iy dawn uv th' mornin' alter is a good time tu s'eep. When conscience breaks intu yer sleepin' hours, it's workin' overtime. Whenever a wuman gits tu thinkin' abont th' munny she's spent, er bas got tu spend, she gits th' blues. After doin good, most per sons have no inclination tu do entiv other kind uv folks. About th' hardest thing tu do in tbis world is tu take life easy. James Teed, ot near Warren, who was reported to have tried to commit suicide last week by cutting his throat, was taken to St. Joe Asylum Tuesday, I wnere itjjisiboped he will regain his reason. He is 62 years old j nd came to tbis country 30 years ago from state of Michi gan. B G Moss will offer you tbe best 3 and 4 year old Draft mares ib tbe county. Go buy them. ulrs. Sue Gentry who bas been in the hospital for tbe past week is improving slowly. Roy Spiker was taken sick Friday with pain in bead and ear. Tbe J disease rapidly de veloped into mastoid of middle ear. An operation was perform ed Monday night, th- bone chis eled into and a lage quantity of pus removed. At this writ ing be is resting very comforta bly. For Sale"Several Plymouth Rock cockerels'Fishel strein W J Rouse For various reaso. s the town ooaid hasdecide i n change tbe door ot tbe cilyjtil from out ride entrance to an entrance I rum tire department Judge Umstattd is doing tbe brick a or k. Miss Sadie Hag.ir left Mon day for Quincy where she will mke pattern bats lur Joseph tii os Millinery Co F. L Kirby, ct Paris, visited' homt-folks Sunday. He is now prescription clerk lor J. English at tbat place Mrs Joe Rensbaw and daugh ter, of near Warren, visited their father and grandfather, J. A. Bodkin of this city. J S Harris, of .be firm of Cunningham & Harris, spent Tuesday in Shelbina. Ben Moss bas a pair of coach geldings tbat are bard to beat. Y u can bave them at your own price next Wednesday. City Council on last Tuesday night at their tegular meeting granted saloon license to H. B. Mudd for another sx months. Prospects are tbat considera ble building will be done here this spring and summer.