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M Indian CrecL. W B. A. McNuit M D Kesldence ange I ... . - . , i Oillce over Wood's Druff Store. I Wm. Riechoff took a car load of phone sn. 2 year old steers to Chicago. Sin- day. DR. J. N. SOUTHERN, Physician and Surgeon. Virgil Hamilton, of Lakenan was with friends at Indian Creek, Sun day. would make a handsome Christmas present. Oftlre over Roirers & Thompson's store. Telephones: Residence F. & M. 240. Uel V.'. Oillce: Hell 50. t. ... Mrs. D. A. Sunldn.g who has heen R s McCLlNTIC mi 'Ms;' i. ij.',; ! " 1 U' .-I 'il I'ft' J"- ' 1 t . , ..... S '-.O . , i (.-'. -I ui.v.1 v , ,, i, ,, ,. . .... - :; I :- ' :' i quite sick, i-; better. Dr. J. . Corky wears a big open ! face sn ;!e as tj icsult of a big boy putting in : i 1 1 ainuirance at las home tlie oih int. Sunday was Adolph Adams 20th birthday and a large crowd of the youiij folks gathered in todiimer to help lii:n celeb; ate. Corley ;!':! SpaMing rri.tir. the purchase ;" turkeys from the fol lowing; Tin --. Lanhain, V. T. Mays, Mrs. Susan L. Simms. Allen Paschal, Ch:ss. Steele. Tho-. Ys;-gfr. Albert Lanhani ami Sidney iviudd. Or an Electric Sad Iron-set of Asbestos Sad Irons. Lisk Self Basting Enameled Rcar.tcra Chafing Dish Baking Dish s Bread Tray Cake Tray Crumb Tray Tea Tray Range Kettle In Wagner's Polished Cast Alluminum Ware we have Tea Kettles Stew Kettles Skillets Nursery Spoons Fudge Pans Double Boilers Griddles Cook Spoons Drinking Cups Baby Mugs A Keen Kutter Carving Set Keen Kutter Tool Kit Pair Keen Kutter Skates Pair Keen Kutter Roller Skates Pair Keen Kutter Shears Gillette Safety Razor Ward Safety Razor Clauss Safety Razor Star Safety Razor Shaving Set Razor Strap and Hone Lather Brush Shot Gun A Target Rifle Universal Coffee Percolator. The most useful, economical, convenient and lasting utensil for the kitchen. It makes good coffee every time try it. If you don't like it bring it back and get your money. Those who have a Percolator would not do without it neither will you if you try one. We carry all styles. Wade In and Around Ely, j Man Scott shipped two car loads of cattle ai'.d one car of hogs. Sun day. Miss Mary Yowell returned home Sunday after a few days in Palmyra. Jeff Taylor made a business call to Monroe City, Thursday. Mrs, J. F. Moss spent Saturday with Mrs. Jeff Taylor. Peter Smith returned home Fri day morning after a visit with his daughter, Mrs. H. T. Boone, of Mid land, Texas. J. F. Moss and son, Howard, were in Monroe City, Saturday, on busi ness. Mrs. Robt. Scott was a Monroe City shopper one day last week. Will Gosney and son, Everette were Monroe City callers Saturday. Leny Turpin, of Brookfield is vis iting his brother, Will Turpin. Man Scotf has bought a nice, large mule of Jim Brooks. S. R. Emery's chicken house caught fire Tuesday night in a very mysterious way and burned to the ground, burning about five dozen chickens. Scudder Maddox, of Monroe City was in the Ely neighborhood Sat urday. Fred Lane went to Quincy, Satur day, to visit his homefolks. jt WYE It Otllcv ovit Monroe City Rank MniiriM' I'lt.v Mo. Dr. J. D. SCOBEE Osteopathic ' Physician 1 'lli'.'o: troctin' Building . i' I ! . Mo ; V M NV. in.". Farmers and Merchants Bank Monroe City Mo Capital S23,000 Surplus $35,000. Officers: W:n It YftU-e, Prcs II W.Kly, Vk-e-IVe W It P Jiit-ktfon, Cnsbier Directors: ti W Ely f H Hagan John Shearman John A Yates W W Longrnlre Exchange Bo'ight and Cleaned House For Christmas ? So it would be like n Enoch T. Griffith's k Stock of ( Confections, Nuts and Fruits Santa Glaus mWill be pleased if you send him tojjj I Griffith's ! ' Your Family and Friends' ftwill enjoy their dinner if you) I ' SH, EJltor -ON, CUv Kdltor. '"ntcrod at the postofflce at Monroe 'l!y, Mu., as sicond-olass matter. THURSDAY. DEC. 16. 1909 is the ft II CJVl w fkcepi Best goods in Stock. f Half a truth sometimes works more damage than a whole lie. Quincy Herald. Mias Pearl Vaught. of Hannibal arrived Saturday to visit Evan Smith and family. '''KAiij WEBSTER S jL lie vv INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY JUST ISSUED. Editor ia Chief, Dr. V. 7. Iluvis, former United States Ccssiisr.ioE er of Education. J The Webster Tradition developed ty f.lcdara Scientific Lexicography. . Key to Literature of Seven CeLtr:es. General Information Practically Monroe Citv i II Uoubled. J Divided Y age : Impor l fl . . ... m m . Dec 9. 1909. mo II Wrd Above, Less Important n . Dear Santa Clause. 1 91 Below. j tostains More Infor I thought I would ! fl matin Interest to More People write you a few lines to tell You' I 1 nan Any Utner Uicbonary. what we want for Christmas ' 31 rVT?.T THP. FfP.ST. Patrick wants a train and a wagon with a little mule hitched to it leo wants a air gun and a drum a toy horse, Gerres wants a Slead and a air gun, the baby wants a rockey horse and a rubber ring, Corene want a ring a pare of leagens, and hankerfish and that is all for this time and we all want some oranges and some Bannes and nuts and candy. Good by From Corene Tewell. Mrs. Alice Cookin, of Jonesborro, Tenn., has arrived and will pay her son, C. B. Cookin and family a nice long visit. C. F. Dierks was with Shelbina ville 8Pent Saturday and Sunday friends Sunday. . with the homefolks and friends. Furs. I am in the market for all kinds of Furs and Skins and will pay the highest market price for them. Will receive the furs at home. Mutual Phone 116E; Postoffice Monroe City. 12-30 JOHN W00LF0RK. Miss Margaret Huebsch, of Stouts- -A'.l: viiur book.aller for tlia MWIN ttHV Is ATiUM ALor writ lor apvoimen rmgmm id C. a C. MF.RRIAH CO., SPRINGFIELD, MASS. Vcm wiu do hi a rvor m m ration m hiuidi IffTTTTlf V it Yaton W it P Jackson A Boulwaro J II Robinson Foreign "old. New business desired celled Facilities offered. and unex- 31 5 Dearborn St.. Chicago. Meriwether & Meriwether, Attorneys at Law Will practice in all courts. . No tarv ' In nfflre. V DR. JAMES R. HULL Monroe City, Mo. Office and Residence KHMue Hospital Office hours 1 to 5 p. m. Both Phones. '! KrTi.KiH?:. Dentist I ., i-a 'tic of ii ti nKpeclalt) mi lv it nr. i.iilt, Uir Toieubone W. over Yarl y DR- U.S.SMITH. 109 i. Aain Hannibal, Ho. Practice Limited to Eve. Ear, Nose and Throat. N A Drescher MONROE CITY, MO. LAND and IMMIGRATION AGENTS Merchandise, City Property Improved and Unimproved Lands in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri and Texas Office over F. & M. Bank. Exchanges a Specialty See John Woolfork at his home if you have Furs for sale. He pays top prices. 12-30 I will make you good prices on Sewing Machines, any style. Come and see me, you are always wel come. Hamilton, see him for Fur niture. . ' Jno. 0; Wood, of Canton drifted in Saturday to look after his inter ests out on the ranch. W. T, YOUEI i Licensed Auctioneer MONROE CITY.Wn Satisfaction Guaranteed. Head quarters at the Dkvocrat office. R I RUF1 1 Vfcter"r IV. L. UULLL, Physician and Surgeon. Calls promptly answered Office: Elliott's Livery Barn. J. R. B. Kidd, Licensed Auctioneer. Cries sales anywhere. Special at tention given live stock sales. F. & M. Phone 242. Headquarters Monroe City Bank. J. T. LEE LICENSED AUCTIONEER. Will cry sales in Marlon, Monroe, Ralls and Shelby counties.' Bell Phone to Ely.