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We mean we are doing the GREATEST volume bf bsuiness we have ever had. vVHY? Because we have the goods at the lowest possible price and a square deal to all. Watch our shoe business grow. WHY? Because we sell Star Brand Shoes. It you don't wear them you should. Don't, forget we are headquarters for Christmas candies this year as usual. We are very busy getting our new grocery room in shape to move into, so come and see us. Yours for business, YATES & SHEARMAN. Central Business College Items, Hill's Methods of Work. Sedalia, Mo. (From the second instalment of Central Business College acknowl- -Masters of Capital in America." by edges a very pleasant call from J. F. George Kibbe Turner and John Blair.cashier of Belton bank. Mr. Moody, in McClure's for December." Blair has the distinction of being Jame8 j Hi in his raiIroad; for one of the most popular cashiers in thirtv yearg he hag been nothing the state, and has held this posi-1 elge Night and day he works for tion since graduating from Central it wkh the enthusiasm of a fanatic. Business College. He ig a tremendou9 worker in a Mr. J. F. Welch left a position as very curious way. planning all the Etenographer at $150 per month to time, how he will extend nnd en take a position as expert account-, iarge his road nnd distribute its ent in si. Louis, at per aay ana great profits, and always talking expenses. Mr. Welch graduated I his Dlans aloud to anv listener from the barber to the Wall Street magnate. Those who know him best believe that he ca;i think suc cessfully only whe i he is miking, and talking to an auditor. And day afte.- day. he t,rcs down the ine of his acquaintances, telling them of his plans, gctUii their oninion 01 them, chaiiing and im proving tliem as ha go"?s alot:. and fiuaily bringing them out in an en- (irely different frin l'r";i; ciuy he has talked about. For this reason his enemies have ca.led him a liar.. Me is rea'.ly an inventor, inventing, and planning aloud. He is, in fact a very fortunate man; his enthusi asm drives him to accomplish an enormous amount of work, with the greatest of pleasure, every day. Calendars and Calendar Pads for 1911 at BELLE JOHNSON. Studio. Notice to Tax Payers. You will find me with City Tax books at Democrat office regular ! between the hours of 8 o'clock a. m, and 4 o'clock p. m. after Nov. 18th RICHARD A. KIRBY, ( City Collector. For Sale. About 3.500 feet of second hand barn lumber, siding, sheeting and framing stuff. J. H. GRADY. tf Strean &. Son are owners of the old reliable barber shop. Go there for good work. Mrs. Mary Bradshaw left Tuesday i for her home in Rollie, 111., after a ; pleasant visit with her sons, Owen and Charley Bradshaw near Monroe. ' Buy coal of Green & Maxwell. They handle the best and now have some on the track. Don't delay. The ladies of the first Baptist church will ' have a bake sale at Wade &. Dawson next Saturday afternoon. They will also sell home made candy. If you want to buy a farm see Drescher & Woodson. Monroe Jett is spending the week with his brother, Ray Jett who ,is attending school in Liberty. Dr. W. T. Rutledge was with Quincy friends Saturday. Reinhall Demeter. of Denver Colo, spent part of the week with A. Jaeger. ine time to buy coal is now. Send Green &. Maxwell your order as they now have coal on the track Mrs. Perry Maxwell was called to Palmyra Tuesday by the death of her brother-in-law, Thomas Young. , ureen & Maxwell nave coal on j the track. Better buy now. j Edmund Jaeger has gone to Fayette to spend Thanksgiveing I with his brother, Carl. j Mack Christian spent Saturday in Hannibal. Mrs. Martin Buckman, of Shel bina visited her daughter, Mrs. Loren Yates Sunday, enroute home from Welch, Okla. from Central Business College in the combination course. Mr. L. W. Preston has just ac cepted a position as bkpr. and stenographer at $75 per month, with the Colorado Yule Marble Co., Marble, Colo. Earl Preston, bkpr., $100 per month, Packing &. Hdw. Co., Chey enne, Wyo. Bertha White, stenog rapher, T. R. McDaniel Paint & Glass Co., Kansas City. Ida Newell, stenographer, Kansas City. J. L. Cook, stenographer and book keep er; F. C. Bernap, Stationery and Printing Co., Kansas City; Kenneth Scott, stenographer C. &. E. I. Ry $65 per month, Mitchell, 111. Anyone expecting to attend a business college should write at once to central business College, Sedalia, Mo., for catalogue. tor Lxenange: a nice bl) acre farm to exchange for Monroe City residence property. Drescher &. Woodson. Levy's Department Store Big Values this week. 50 pair of 11-4 Cotton Blankets large size and heavy weight on sale this week 98c per pair. Another line of Ladies' Knit Skirts on sale at ' 42c. A new line of Persian Sslks also Plaid Silks. Our 12 l-2c Ginghams are still on sale at ' . 9c per yard. Our sale prices continue all through November. Our big shoe sale is still on you can save from 50c to $1.00 on erery pair. Yours for business, ' ' Levy's Department Store. Lamar Wood, has had a new floor put in his drug store and has had a large window put in the north side up stairs to give Dr.' Noland more light. Greatest slaughte'r of prices on pianos at Wood &. Kircher's closing out sale ever given in Monroe county. R. A. Kirby's street sale Saturday was a success. There will be an other a week from next Saturday Col. J. R. B. Kidd showed his ability as auctioneer. William E. Kendell of Quincy spent part of the week with friends here. H. Wood spent Thanksgiving with the homefolks in Quincy. Roy Meriwether transacted busi ness in Paris yesterday. Don't miss the piano sale. Wood &. Kircher W. B. Hays has moved to Hanni bal. J. Smith and wife are the guests of friends and relatives in St- Louis. . ' Miss Carrie Blakey of Paris was in Monroe Tuesday enroute to She! bina; P. -Ei 0.'s will meet with Mrs, Robert Meriwether Saturday after noon- at 230. A . i .i . Mrs. .'Bessie Lane of . Louisiana has Wa the guest of W. J. Brown. Free List of Stock Breeders. Lvery Dreeaer ot pure-Dreu or registered live stock in Missouri is asked to send his name, post office address, name of county in which he resides, also definite information as to the kind and exact number of breeding animals now in his flock, herd or stable, to T. C. Wilson, sec retary of the Missouri State Board of Agriculture, Columbia, Missouri This report, in order to be used, must reach Mr. Wi'son at an early date and should tihow separately the number of registered animals and the number of animals that are pure-bred and eligible to regis try but not registered. No report is wanted of animals not eligible to registry. Owners of stallions, as well as of other stock, are asked to report. Secretary Wilson has undertaken to issue a bulletin giving d mnite data as to the live stock business in Missouri, showing the number and kinds of breeding animals in each county, together with the names and addresses of the owners. It is proposed to issue several thous and copies of this bulletin, which will be very valuable to each indi vidual as an advertising medium. as well as calling attention to the vast importance of the live stock business in the state. There is no charge of any kind, and it is hoped to make the report as complete as possible. Land Sales. Through the Real Estate firm of Drescher &. Woodson the following farms were sold this week: The 65 acres owned by Bert Garner was sold to C. L. Carpenter of this. city. Consideration private The Mike Madden 80 acres near Stoutsville to Joseph Snow, of Adams County. EL Consideration private. The Shelby County Herald pub lished at Shelbyville comes out this week under the editorial manage ment of Charles Wailes, he having bought out' Joe Doyle. The Herald is up to its usual high standard and has long been one of our best ex changes, May success be with the new, editor. Pleasant Time. Tha Harvest Moon Dance given by the ladies of the Century Club at the opera housa Thursday even ing was a most pleasant affair. The room was beautifully decorated. Music was furnished by the Sym phony Orchestra s it is needless to t say more regarding the music. The ladies cleared about $45. Dr. Hampton was a professional visitor in Stoutsville, Tuesday. John Hawkins is spending a few days in Hannibal. Mrs. H. A. Frizzell ani daughter of Joplin arrive! Saturdiy for a visit with D. H. Stevens an 1 wife. C. L. Drescher visitor Sunday. was a Hannibal William Robey, of ' Perry spent Sunday with his brother. J. D. Robey and family. Mrs. S. J. Robertshaw is spending Thanksgiving with her daughter, Mrs. V. M. Reid in Shelbina. Mrs. Harry Gones and Miss Mamie McAllister were Quincy vis itors Tuesday. J. H. McClintic tor Saturday. was a Paris visi- G. H. Carpenter, of Glensted and E. F. Carpenter, of Syracuse are visiting their brother, C. L Carpen ter. Lee and family will leave next week for Fresno, California to spend the winter. List your farms with Drescher &. Woodson. We have some very desirable city property for sale. Drescher &. Woodson. Dr. Corley, of Indian Creek was transacting business in this city Monday. Dan McCue left Monday for his home in Ottumwa, Iowa where he will spend his Thanksgiving. Oysters, celery, fruit cake, fresh fruit, confections, pie etc, of the best quality can always be found at Grahams restaurant Grahams for oysters. Col. J. R. R Kidd is building new barn at his residence. a H. C Martin, of Madison was with his many friends in this city Monday. I , - I M.I . " If you, are looking, for a good in j John Owen, was a Hannibal visi yestpent we Drescher t Woodson. tof Monday.