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II Li IS 121 IIS li II ft. M H I VI Monroe City, Ho. in vwm .1- . w - U.iMiWIHMi VI' W Copyright 1908 by Hart oinatf'ner tc Mars Our Big Clothing' Sale Starts Entire 000 Stock At Closing Out Prices Every Overcoat, every Suit of Clothes, All odd Pants, Corduroy Clothing, Duck Coats, Boys' Knee Pant Suits They must all go Prices Cut On Every Piece of Clothing in stock, making this your greatest chance of fho season to get a real bargain in a Suit or Overcoat. You will find clothing here at the lowest prices ever made in Monroe City. You don't often have a chance to buy goods right in season at cut prices, but we are not looking for profits we must close out our stock. Come and take advantage of your only opportunity to buy goods at wholesale prices instead of retail. J M. L Snyder, of Kennett is with ; the homefolks again. He said: Yes I came alone and will go back alone. Tn order to make room for New Stock. I am offering reduced prices on WALL PAPERS. Would be pleased to show you. W. H. MOSS. R. S. McClintic, wife and Master Shields left yesterday for St. Louis where they will visit relatives. Mrs. T. G. Bottom is very ill. She was first taken with apoplexy and then pneumonia set in. W. R. Hagar will leave in a few days for Oklahoma City, Okla., where he has secured a lucrative position with the Bradstreet Mer cantile Co, Success to the boy from the Little Kingdom. Mrs. George L. Turner went to Palmyra last afternoon to visit her sister, Mrs. Joseph McClintic. Evidently Judge Anderson does dot carry a stock of whitewash. In deciding the Panama canal libel suit he used a combination of rock salt, sulphur and blue vitriol. The general verdict is that he chose the proper ingredients. K. C. Poet. We are in receipt of a letter from Mrs. C. H. Whitecotton, of Denver; Colo., in which she says: Kindly send us the Democrat. We are pleased with Denver. Farmers Friend Why don't you get your friends to subscribe for the Farmer's Friend, The Monroe City DEMOCRAT? A paper that is al ways interested in what interests the farmer. In one of his Sunday homilies, President Taft might make good use of the following text from the book of Proverbs: "Whoso diggethi a pit shall fall therein; and he that j rolleth a stone, it will return upon i him." It is unnecessary to add that j the Payne-Aldrich tariff bill would ; furnish all the illustrations needed. Kansas City Post. Lost A plain gold ring with in itials "J. A. M." and date "1897." Finder leave at Democrat and get reward. Leon Patterson and family of Ely, left Tuesday for Chipley. Fla., where they will make their home. i They have many friends at Ely who ; will miss them. Miss Myrtle Wright of Shelbina, has been the guest of her friends, William Kinchelo and wife. There is trouble in aristocratic ' Africa. Fifteen year old Nadine Gibson is the mother of a babe and Will Topp is locked up because he cannot give a $200 bond. James M. Barlow and wife, W. P. Beemon, wife and daughters, Misses Elnora and Myrtle returned to their home in Boone Co., Ky., Thursday, after a pleasant visit with relatives here. Mesdames Vernon and Talmadge Davis, of Warren were shoppers in the city yesterday. Mrs. W. R. Vandiver, of Brook lyn, III., was in the in city yester day. She is prospecting for a Mis souri farm. Thos. Carr, of Chicago arrived Friday to look after his farming in terests southwest of the city. Bargains in WALL PAPERS for the next 20 days at MOSS' Drug Store. Keep your fowls healthy by using Dr. Hess' Panacea and Pratt's Poul try Food. You will find them at the MOSS Pharmacy. J. B. Janes arrived from Seattle, Sunday and will be with the home folks for a while. Mrs. John Mastin, of Hannibal Mesdames G. W. Vanskike and ' Mrs. R. V. McDonald and chil has been the guest of her friends, J. C. Kennet went to Palmyra Thurs- dren of Bushnell, 111., are visiting J A., Hickman and family. day to visit friends. her parents, J. E. Spiker and wife.