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1.44 Holeproof" Hosiery Wear Guaranteed for ssix- months Wesell the genuine fonmen.nd women Why bother with disappointing i imitations? R offers jfinpson Monroe 0ity9 Ho. ... , . Full line newest shades in genuine Suesine Silks We handle the best imitations of it there is at lower prices than others charge for inferior goods We sell the "Onyx" hosiery Finest the world produces Iks ! Silks ! ! c ave now on sae a compieie range vji cuiuib j in i the very latest and most fashionable weaves. No other store in Monroe City ccan show you Silks equal to ours in quality and: price. No store in the country can show you any better Silks than ours. A (comparison is all we ask we know you will be ;convinced. The market is full of cctitton back Messalines these days, ours iareevery thread fine silk Embroideries, Laces, White Goods Never have such goods been shown in Monroe City as we are exhibiting this spring. They are bought direct from man ufacturers who are acknowledged leaders in their business. You simply cannot af ford to buy a yard of Embroidery, Lace or "White goods without first seeing our offer ings. We are fixed to give the very best goods and prices to those purchasing grad uating dresses. ifew Spring Shoes 1. of the Spring Oxfords ar.eihere and more coming in every day. We have .almost twice as large an assortment this year as we ever .handled and can fit and please the most fastidi-aus-and our prices are always a little lower. SHOES FQRY,0UNG MEN We are going after the young meriss trade stronger than ever. Showing the very Ualest wrinkles in gun metal, tan, wine and patent pmnps and Oxfords. Plenty of wing Tips. rinfhifKT cw Spring Styles in Hart Ml) Ullllg Schaffner & Marx Clothes are now being received. The finest tailored, neatest fitting and most satisfactory mens clothing now before the public. Please call and see us before investing in that Spring Suit Great Stock vQf Ladies Ready-to-Wear Apparel. Everything new, wery latest styles; And prices are so low they will surprise you. Ladies Jackets compris ing plate or strijped coverts, fancy mixtures, black panama or broad doth, black taffeta or ottoman silk ranging 5a price from ' $3.50 to $12.50. Wash suits, wash skirts, princess (dresses, jumper suits, shirt waists in lawn, net and silk ane here in very large variety and most reasonable prices. Giving our customers the best values they ever isaw, we are making this the most successful ready-to-wear department in North eastern Missouri. Special Values in Petticoats Rustling cloth, embroidered flounce Petticoats at only $1.00 each Genuine Heatherbloom Petticoats, full cut and well made SI. 6 5 each, Silk Petticoats made of Taffeta and black colors only $3.95 each. A Sailor Boy. Kay Moss, of Woodland, the Jolly sailor boy of the battleship Coo netticiit after girdling the oceans of world arrived in this city Tuesday morning to visit and for once In lt life the freight train did a kindly act, for the young man left the passenger train, slipped between the freight cars to the sweetheart awaiting his coming on the other side. " For once Conductor Joe, .de serves a new hat for not , cutting histrain. D. M. Proctor and wife went to Palmyra, Monday to visit friends. W. L Jaeote, formerly M. K. &.T.' Agent at thfeiwint, how president j of a Fayette tyanJt, was with friends in this city Mbnday. -i- - Early Spring is the best time for Painting. No dust. Flies, or gnats to contend, with. I am well storked with new fresh ready mixed Paints and Would 'be pleased to show you through my stock and offer you the lowest possible prices. Respectfully. WALTER H. MOSS. Mrs. J. T. Headrick and grand child. Master. Elmer Bridges of Shelby ville, have" been the guests of Mrs. Headrick's daughter, Mrs. Luther Moss.' , ... Dr. C A. Noland has bought a pretty Scotch Collie of J. D. Brand meyer to replace the dog that was kiHe&a few weeks since,, ' i Mesdames Laura Boulware and daughter, L M. Wood were with Hannibal friends Tuesday. Look out for bargains . next week. Loren Yates of Yates .& Shearman is on the St Loilis market "picking them up for you? "1 Come in and see them when they first arrive. A , . ' n-r James T. S. Hickman of Hanni- Albert Vance, a former resident of this vicinity left Tuesday night for his home, Missoula. - Mont oai nas neen witn mends in city. v. this George W. Tooley was called to Carrollton, Monday by the illness of a brother. Mrs. Frank Summerville and daughter. Miss Georgie, of Bowling Green, have been visiting husband and father. They arranged to move to this city in a few days. Mr. Summerville is the miller at Mo Farland Bros., mill.. ! Mrs. Micnaejuinaers ana aaugn- Mrs. Ada Gunman, of Rnh,,w ters. Miss Nell and Mrs. Node Green lhas been spending several days with her mother, Mrs. George Jar- went to Quincy yesterday to attend the funeral of their kinswoman Miss Amanda Windsor. For sale A 2-stojy brick, store building on Main a bargain if sold soon. Node Green. 3-18 William Berlin has been with relatives in Burlington, Iowa. man and son, George Chipman and wife. W. L Bond was called to La throp Tuesday by the death of his uncle, A. Booking. Vernon Davis, of Warren was i with friends in this city Monday.