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BUGGIES, SURRIES, DRIVING WAGONS AND SPRING WAGONS.
Two-in-One Buggies and Sumes with that graceful Auto Scat, rubber or steel tiresj JThe kind that have jthat pecu liar stylish high arch axel. 1 The D. M. Sechler, Vehicles of Quality as II wellf'asl style and finish. Built especi ally Ifor2us?and fully guaranteed. We are also agents for the Celebrated Edge Drop Corn Planter, BLACK HAWK; No. 3 Drill, Check and Fertilizer. WALKER & WADE. THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. TBRMS $1.00 PRR YEAR 4iar.4Uh. poatoflo.tt Monro OUT. Ho oood-olui Mtter. THURSDAY, APRIL 9. 1908 It is all over. Let us continue to make Mon roe City a better town. It is the duty of every citizen to do all in his power for the enforcement of laws. The man or woman may be fashionably dressed in high priced clothes, but they do not create as good impression, if the shoes are not nicely shined, as does the person in cheaper garb with shoes polished line Joe, at Strean'a barber shop. fixes them up. The citizen who knows law is being violated is as much under obligation to bring the offender to justice as is the officer. Fields. A. Bates Fields was born in Ralls County, Mo., January 14, 1886; died at Liberty, Mo., April 5, 1906, after an Illness of about three weeks. He was convert ed and united with Grace Bap tist church, October 1903. On June 22, 1904, be was married to Ona Foley. In answer to the call to preach the Gospel be entered William Jewell College in September 1905. and would have finished his course next year. His earn est work and loving disposition won the love and esteem of all who knew him. The many flow ers sent by class-mates and frieods showed their great sym pathy. At the time of his death he was pastor of the Baptist church at Magnolia, Mo., and Kicka poo, Kansas. , Besides a sorrowing wife be leaves a father, mother, 5 broth ers and two sisters to mourn bis death. Benjamin Reigbler and faml ly, of Farber, have been visit, ing James Smith and wife. Tbey were enroute to their new borne, Red Deer. Alberta Canada. Thos. P. Fields, of Beards town, 111., has been called to this city by the death, at Lib erty, of bis brother, Rev. Bates Fields. He reported Dr. D A Towell as doing well in his profession. The Eclipse Lawn Mower is something entirely new, a self sharpening and self adjusting Lawn Mower, ball bearing. A Mower that will put all other mowers out of business. Don't forget the name Eclipse Lawn Mower if you are going to buy a new mower this spring. Sold only at A. Jaeger's Hardware. Drs. Woods and Kidd, eye, ear, nose and throat specialist. of Qulncy. will be at Hotel Maddox, Monroe City, Thurs day, April 16, from 9 a.m. to 2 p. m. Glasses fitted. Locai CynCR. The election for this county was in full swing as we went to press yesterday and as it would be noon or later today before it would be possible for us to get au) leimg i, Mr o mu v leturus vvc iuicko tiiai news item uutil next uiek You do. not know bow inub leakage there is on a farm until you use a Sharpies Tubular Cream Separator. Call at onr tore and let us demonstrate this money making piece of ma- shlnery. A. Jaeger. We Invite the ladies to call and inspect our line of high grade sewing machines. Ws ell the celebrated White Sew ing Machines. A. Jaeger. Mrs. Leona Gentry was call ed to Shelbyvllle, Monday by the death of ber kinswoman, Mrs. T. Gentry. The bath rooms at Strean's barber shop are in fine condl tion and you will enjoy the bath you get. Dr. Madd x has bought tb e beautiful fnrm of 175 cres jus outside ot the southern limits of Monroe City, Mo , at South end of Main Street and will convert it into a Saddle Stock, Farm He has sold bis two sons, Scud der H. and J. Edwin Maddox, an Interest in the Saddle Stock. Scudder will take charge of the stock and farm. Edwlm will remain with the Dupont Pow der Co , and the Doctor will re tain his office over Yowell Sol diery Co., and will coatioU; the practice of medi:'ne n . will answer all C-il s . mUy. Dr. L. C. Frazier of the City of Flcwers, visited his sister, Miss Grace Frazier. Sunday, and then she accompanied him home for a brief visit. B. O. Williams and family, of Shelblna, arrived Saturday to visit friends. D. K. Yowell traded 1120 acres of Arkansas land for Mr. Burgland, of Galesburg, 111., for a half section of land in Minne sota 12 miles east of Grand Forks, Dakota. Mr. Yowell gets a half interest in the Minnesota land. Washington, April 6. The senate judiciary committee to day agreed upon . bill dealing with the shipments of liquors from one state or territory to another. The measure provides that there shall be no "Collect on delivery" packages liquor shipped in interstate commerce where fictitious names are used that the name of consigner and consignee shall be stated plain ty. The provision is designed o prevent the practice of rail ad and express agents from a ciin if .is agents for the liquor i.oues. at Have those shoes shined Streans Barber Shop. Mrs. R. K. Megown has been visiting her very dear friend, Miss Hattie Stone, in Hannibal. Mrs. Joseph Kelley, of Ely has been visiting her friend, Mrs. Frank Pippin. ROGERS & THOMPSON THIS is the place to get something new to wear Faster. Our sfnr.ks nre iintfciiafli complete with the latest Spring Styles in goods direct from the Eastern factories at very mod erate prices. The fine business we have been doing proves we have what the people want. Shoes. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Psimer left Tuesday for their old home, to remain. They made good citizens while be farmed in Ralls County and have many friends who regret that home, sickness caused them to go nack to the Buck Eye State and Buena Vista. We believe that after a tew months there the longing for Missouri will come to tbem as it does a school boy for a holiday and that tbey will return again after a while We sell the Deere Edge drop corn planters also Fertilizers for same. A. Jaeger Ed " Pratt... BurHngtoo By., detective was with Monroe friends yesterday. This year Oxfords are ap" parently going to be even more popular than last year. We have the best line we hare ever shown and can please everybody. Ladies' Patent Colt Oxfords at $1.50, $2.00, $3.00 and $3.50. Ladies' Patent Colt and Tan Calf Pumps at $3.00 and $3.50. Ladies' Kid Oxfords at $1.50 to $3.50. They are the best values you will find. A look will con vince you. Men's Oxfords in Tan and Patent Colt in the right styles at popular prices. Ladies' Skirts. Be sure and see the great values we are showing.' They are from a leading New York manufacturer whose skirts are carried by some of the best stores in the United States. Prices range from $2.98 to $12.00. Every one fits. Millinery. Our assortment of hais is by far the largest we have ever shown and every one declares we have the nicest hats for the money there are shown any place. We invite you to call and see our exhibition know ing you will be well repaid if you do so. Carpets and Rugs. We are showing at present practically every good pattern on the market in Axminster and Tapestry Brussels Rugs at prices positively the lowest We have just received a ship ment of the celebrated "Bokao ya Rugs" the only really, good cheap rug on the market. You can use either side of them. They are reversible.