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Monroe City Democrat. (Monroe City, Mo.) 1888-1919, March 25, 1909, Image 5

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Rogers & Thompson
Monroe City, Ho.
We sell the
Finest the
World produces.
Hosiery ; f for
Men mUWfaraen
gwaratteeti fiforsisixj
New sspring styles of celebrated Hart, Shaffner &
Marx (riidthing are here. We want you Ito come in and
sec tifoem.' TThese are stylish, not "freaky" suits and they
have itikett Equality" look and feel posessed by high grade
taiior-jcnaiieaclothing. Ask any man who ever wore one
how tibylhold their shape. There is an iron clad guar
antee ttaaadk oof them. They must be satisfactory or your
money iisodheerfully handed back.
The Best Ever Gang
Has no Equal, it turns sod or stubble perfect-
Yougimen don't fail to see those swell Oxfords we are ly, has high foot lift.no side draft and is the
showing iinmtent, wine, tan and gun metal. lightest Gang Plow on the market.
Specmlwalues in Neck Ties, new flowing ends four-in-
hand, woitth 50c at 35c each. n
Dress (Eoxads. More new things in wool dress goods
just arrimUnewest colors and best qualities ever shown
at 50c and 2813)0 yd. '
fljl Ladies Spring Jackets. We are having a nice sale on
Jackets anil either ready-made apparel We want every
lady to see conr (lines, they are worthy of comparison with
the best staes in the country. r
i
Millinery. "You will find here the largest line of Hats
in town and styles that are exclusive. Prices are right;
compare tlam and you will b convinced.
ITS.
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Hawkins & Metean Ihsvea SSpec
iitl Oil for your Inceulbater'tbat will
Mit smoke,
A beautiful line etf Iboys and
tCllKdrens suits at the Bjg iCtothing
; Store. Now. Mothers vte I have
; anafV? as special effort in Qhis iline
and want you to come to mr 4tore
antdet prices and see the lliae.
WM. A. SULLIVAN,
Cash CLothier.
54js. Tsaac Melson and daughter,
MisrQk&. have been spendiag sev
eral dbye-with Monroe relativefi.
EvcryibXng complete in the Drug
Line et The Moss Pharmacy.
Stafford Graham, of Shdhsma
came ovr Tuesday to visit tas
brother, RaOitt.
Barn paint, Roof , paiat Vtifr
paint, a paint for every purpose.
IBL. M. Wood.
J. G. Fuqua was with Barlley
Station friends yesterday.
M. Wood.
You Like
The Best of Groceries
Wo Like to Sell Them.
The stock of Fancy
and Staple Groceries
and Green Groceries
Men k ifllirf s
Is always fresh and of the best,
because
We Never Overload
But buy daily of the best and arc?
therefore prepared to give you
the best at Bottom Prices.
Suits for boys with as much snap
and style as youwill find in mens
mad young mens clothing. The
boys leave not been neglected this
lime hy The Big Clothing Store.
WM. A.. SULLIVAN. '
Cash Clothier
Oscar Pike has secured a clerk
ship wikth Rogers & Thompson,
Oscar is nice young and has many
friends who will enjoy the news of
his advancement.
The aHustrated lecture, "Historic
I Boston.' will be given at the school
building ton March 25. Those hold
ing season tickets will be admitted
! by presenting the ticket at the door.
The general admission will be twen
i ty-nve cents, lnis lecture is one
j of the best of the kind given, and
' will be both interesting and in
structive D. D. Mdflon wants to buy good
horses for the Southern trade. He
will be here for that purpose Mon-
1 day April SL
Anything in a boys suit. Any
thing in a childs suit direct from
New York We have put lots of
study and money in boys and chil-
dreos department this time. Let
I us show you.
j WM. A. SULLIVAN,
i Cash Clothier.
' Capt John Pratt, one of the old
; citizens of Hannibal and well known
! in this city, died of heart trouble
Sunday morning in tbe court house
at HannibaL
Don't accept the various "lacs"
and "japs" etc for Chtnamel, there's
only on fenuine Chinamel. Ask
for sample can. L. M. Wood. .
Mrs. L E. Frazier and daughter
Miss Laura, are spending the week
with their friends, Mrs. S, M. Brown
J and daughters, Misses Olivia and
Ruth.
My entire stock of suits must go
regardless of cost, made to your
order from $15.00 up. J. S. Conway
W. E. Shearman was a Quincy
visitor yesterday.
is in a class by itself, having- the new foot
pivot guide, making it easily operated and can
be adjusted to any position without using a
wrench.
TUB M Ml Cora Plantei Ho. 3
Can be used as a drill, Check Rower and
with Fertilizer attachment. Come and let us
show you our full line of Implements, Osborne
and Moline Harrows, The New Economy Disc Har
row with tongue truck, Aloline breaking plows,
wood or steel beam. The Morrison, Dutch Un
cle, Single Dutch, Double Dutch, Avery and
Tower, Riding and Walking Cultivators.
Wade tk Dawson

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