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Closing Out Sale of Tailor Made Suits Having decided to quit tailoring I of fer my entire stock of Suits and Trous ers at Unheard of Prices Nothing reserved, everything must go. Suits that for merly sold for $25, 30 and 35 Now go at $15, 20 and 25 This is a chance of a life time to have a Suits made to order for less money than you can buy a ready made. Satisfaction Guaranteed In every respect. Come early and get a good selection J. S. CONWAY ANNOUNCEMENTS We are niiiurii U to announce J. B. Rogers a cindid'- for re-election as ! County 'rbool CiMiitntsttoner of Mon roe C'ouot , iiiljit.t to the will of the roter t the April Election. DONT PASS BY Without stopping in for a look at the splendid pho tographs on view hei-e. It will be like iirtvlnir ii lot of calls at once, ' for you will see the smiling face of many of our fiiends among PHOTOGRAPHS Why nut sur prise them with a line portrait o f yourself. We promise one thut you'll lie proud of, even if you do sity to only to yourself. Belle Johnson Just the right thing now in Chil- drens suits at The Big Clothing Store. WM. A. SULLIVAN. Cash Clothier. Mrs. Laura Boulware has moved from the corner of Davis and Dover Streets to Third between North Main and Davis Streets. Paints, Oil and Varnish, every thinf in the Paint line. L. M. Wood. If you want to sell, buy or trade real estate see N. A. Drescher at his office over F. & M. Bank. Ben L Ayers, 'known to all of the old "residents" of this city as the traveling grocer drummer with a fiddle, came over from Quincy Tuesday to visit old friends. Don't buy one paint for every purpose, we sell a specially made paint for each particular use. L. M. Wood. Miss Bush Hagan, nurse at the Soldier.s Home in Quincy, came over Tuesday to visit the home folks. Miss Bush has a host of friends here who are always glad to see her. James B. Gray. J. C. Rouse, Mr. and Mrs. John Geary and Master John have been with Hannibal friends. Miss Janie Hagan. of Gutnrie Ok., is visiting her uncle. Victor Hagan and other relatives. For Sale. One Billiard table good as new. Will sell cheap and on easy terms. J. A. HAGAN. 4-8 Stoutsville. Mo. oulware's Shoe Store mm AUR store is overflowing with all the Newest Styles for Spring and we want you to come in and see them. LADIES OXFORDS In all the new creations in Black; Tan, Oxblood, Patent, etc., in Oxfords, Pump and Ankle Strap. Prices from $1.50 to $3.50. MEN'S OXFORDS The latest styles in the "Walk Over" in Patent, Gun Metal, Tan, Oxblood, etc. We want you to see i our line of Men's Oxfords, as we can please you. Prices range from $2.50 to $4.00 CHILDREN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS We want you to see our line of Children's Shoes and Oxfords as they are beauties. A. Boulware & Son. Notice to Road Overseers. All overseers who have not filed their official bonds with the County Clerk are hereby requested to do so on or before the first day of April A. D., 1909. Done by order of the Court. J. N. Magruder. 3-23 County Clerk. Card of Thanks. We cannot see all, therefore use this method of returning our grate ful heartfelt thanks to our neigh bors and the citizens of Monroe City who were so kind and so gen erous with us when we lost our all by the fire that destroyed our home and contents. D. Watson and O. Wilson. L. M. Wood Housekeepers should not fail to see Economy Store for useful kitch en articles. Chinamal for floors a varnish finish all natural wood colors L. M. Wood. You'll miss seeinf the best line of wall paper ever shown in this town I if you fail to see ours. All prices. 1-LM.Wood. Garden Seeds and Onion Sets Bulk Garden Seeds are the best More of them, better selection o varieties and fresh, no old stuff. We sell the Southport Globe, the Red Weatherford and White Silver Skin Onion Sets. No winter sets in ours. T, I, Sharp, At Griffith's Grocery New Man in Business N. A. Drescher Successor to Leach & Guinan Having bought the Big Stock of Dry Goods and Clothing I now Offer It To You I Bought it to Sell . And it is offered to you at Bargain Prices First Come First Served, See Mr. E. L Anderson and full corps of clerks will be there to wait on you. N, A. DRESCHER Go to Hawkins & Melson for Hess Stock food and poultry Pan your coal oil for your Incubator, it tcea.L. M. Wood, will notsmoke. The C & A. railroad in this state Sherwin-Williams Paints for all is opposed to the return to the 3 purposes. -L. ML Wood. , cent rate.