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A SHINING MARK.
What Parisian Sage did for Chas S. Baker, it will do for you. Read I the following. j "I was so bald and such a shin ing mark for my friends, that I, as i a last resort, tried your Parisian ! Sage (after trying several bottles of the highly advertised and high pric ed so called hair restorers), and I am glad to say I now have a heavy growth of new hair. I am now 44 years old and I have a heavy growth of new hair after carrying my shining mark for over seven years. I gladly recommend Pari sian Sage to ell afflicted with bald ness." Chas. S. Baker, 491 Main St East, Rochester, N. Y. Parisian Sage, the only natural hair restorer, is guaranteed by L M. Wood to cure dandruff, stop falling hair, and cure itching of the scalp er money back. It is the ladies' favorite hair dressing because it adds charm and luxuriance to the hair. 50 cents a bottle. Ask L. M. Wood about it. Almost. Thursday, Jeff Burns and Budl Wilkerson two dusky sons of Ham I started for the country with a wag-1 on for a load of hay. Possibly they t had had oodles of fun the night be fore and for sure they were asleep when they got to the Burlington : Main street crossing. No. 43 was coming in at a good clip and Jeff woke up in time to whip up and make the crossing, but Bud still dreaming opened his eyes just in time to see the iron hor3e 8 feet away headed straight for him. He rolled off the wagon onto the frozen street, landing on his face and as the monster whirled by the big drive wheels did not ! miss his feet a foot. ; Those two coons will never, no never sleep near a railroad crossing ! again. Monroe City Mo. Dec 18, 1909 Dear Santa Claus. I thought I would write you a few lines to let you know what I wants I for Christmas. Florence wants a doll anna Pair of shoes, Marion wants a A-B-C book and a train and a sled. The baby wants a rat tle a rubber ring and a dress. I wants a doll trunk a handkerchief a ribbon and a set of doll dishes, and we all wants a candy and nuts and bananas and oranges. I am eight years old. Good By from Inez Hays J. B. Wilson, who until Novem ber 1st., was section foreman on the M. K. &. T. Ry. at this place, but now switch lamp inspector be tween Hannibal and bt. Louis was awarded the prize for the year end ing October 1st., offered by that Company for the greatest improve ments made on any section on Su perintendent Boughnar's division. There were 50 competitors for this prize. The prize for the best con ditions was awarded to George Welbern, Sec. 3 Rocheport. Amount of each prize was $25.00. When you kill a fur bearing ani mal lake your pelt to John Wool- fork and get good money for it. It will pay you to see him because his rrices are more than liberal. 12-30 M ! . I g Do you know that another g V Christmas is almost here, "the If Jj time when we have everything jfi good to eat and drink. y " Tr mi 1 r i r w e win nave a nne 101 01 a i i Turkeys, Cranberries, Oysters and Celery. Fresh Vegetables of all Kinds. ' Fruits of all Kinds. Fine lot of ! Candies and Nuts. Respectfully yours, To You We wish to extend to you a cordial invitation to visit our Drug Store and see the pretty Holiday Presents for everybody at prices within the reach of all. Our stock is complete. Come in before the prettiest and best arti cles are sold. We want you to see how our store looks in Holiday Dress Assuring you that we are always glad to have you visit our place of business, we are, Yours for Business, JB Southern Pharmaoy First Door South of Postoffice! EYJonroe City Missouri A CHRISTMAS SUGGESTION w 'E have made special arrangements with the following magazines, by which we can offer them in combination with this paper at a remarkably low price as Christmas Gifts. Each magazine may be sent to separate addresses, and the first issue will be accompanied by a Christmas Card with your best wishes. Current Literature - - $3.00 Current Literature - - $3.00 with American Magazine - - 1.50 American Magazine - 1.50 or Good Housekeeping - - 1.25 Good Housekeeping ... 1.25 Monroe Democrat ... 1.00 Democrat .... 1.00 . s3.eo. . $4.3o. Why- Doctors, Lawyers, Bankers, Ministers and Prominent Men and Women Read Current Literature 1. It is up to date with the world's activities 2. It interprets current events interestingly: 3. Depicts persons in the foreground bril i liantly: 4. Is a guide to the best recent Literature- Art, Science and Drama. 5. Gives in its many illustrations a moving picture show of the world. 6. Is a magazine of unsurpassed timeliness. Tear off and mail to the DEMOCRAT, Monroe City, Mo. Publications Subscriber Address Mrs. Russell Yancey of Hunne well, has been visiting her friend, Mrs. M. E. Noland. Tax Payers Notice. You will find me at E. L, Ander son & Son grocery store from 9 to 12 a m. and 1 to 4 p. m. daily ex cept Sunday. R. A. KIRBY, City Collector. Mrs. Victor Yates and three chil dren went to Payson. Ill, Thursday for a nice visit with friends. For Sale An International Dic tionary In good condition. A bar gain if taken soon. Call at Demo crat office Furs. A. L. Cruser will buy your furs and pay you the highest market price I for them. Mutual phone 171C. tf Misses Birdie and Susie Jackson ! and Mabel Leningcr were Ehoppers : in Quincy. Thursday. From Now Until Christmas, with every doz en photos paid for I will give away a handsome engraved Calendar Card. - F.M.-ROHR. Notice. A term of music lessons will be given free from any teacher you may select in Monroe City with every piano sold before Xmas as ! you know Monroe City has four of the best teachers the state can af ford; if you don't I do. G. W. SANDIFER. AnA Anim YA7w H f SV. rb 1 j J. C Rouse and James Ryan i spent the latter part of last week Aubrey Spalding and bride, of Indian Creek have been the guests of Mrs. Spalding's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Begley. .In Orwood. Considering quality we will not be undersold in Meet and Groceries CF.DIERKS.