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CAftiamcl . ' , -J-, i on. Va&a vy; yj era DSSPLAY AT DIHSMfirP. JEWELRY STORE From R'r-:vHri 1 fn p 'rf zf You w I f i'ti any C:;ns thevi yon want in th" Jewfry ?' co''' : . .:-.yj v.i't in .took. 3ig disp'ay of Dia;i.2:.'d3 De . ,! ho:.l. ,::. ": ly to gat sizes. Any thing ""i I:: lock v-:" :i. ; 1 Any one stile; a Di a " "1 id . i.'i Monroe 1-, - Miles of Smiles. And life's worth while, Smile a while, While you smile, Another smiles. And soon there's miles And miles Of smiles," And life's worth while, If you but smile. - Exchange. Likes Office. Judge J. S. Walters of this city, '. says regardless of who is a candi date for jiid;ie of this district two years hern intends to be in the race. Stoutsville Banner. After a pleasant visit with T. P, Jarman and family, Mrs. J. S. Jar man returned to her home in Han nibal Tuesday. On next Thursday night the ! Episcopal church will receive 25 1 ; per cent of gross receipts at the i Gem. i j Phone your orders for milk to ! William Madden. j Keep an eye on the GEM Thurs- day, Friday and Saturday. Tandy Gentry and wife of Hanni bal visited in Monroe last week. Take a, chance at the Grab bag only lOcts. P. E. 0. Bazaar. L. M. WOOD Has an excellent line of Books and other things for liris'tfTicis To F. & M. Telephone Subscribers. We will appreciate it if all delin quent subscribers will call and set tle up accounts to 1911. W. H. ELLIOTT, 12-15 Manager. Lost - A gold chain with sacred heart attached, last Saturday, on Main street or gravel road south of town. Finder please leave at this office. The Picture Show,- The Gem, Thei Popular Place Of Amusemnt. , j Say; I say all of you who didn't , see Christopher Columbus at thei Gem last night will surely regret it Ask your friends if the Gem doesn't entertain. We run 3000 feet o film each night of good educational; j interesting and exciting subjects, en dorsed by the people everywhere. Mrs. LODGE ELECTIONS Woodmen. Next Friday evening Monroe City Camp No. 2236, M. W. A. will elect, officers." All neighbors are urged to be present. Masons. j Monroe City Lodge No. 64 A. F. ! SL A. M. will elect officers for the Fresh supply Self Rising Buckwheat flour. Try it. J. S. HARRIS. Mrs. R. Porter, of Paris, was in the city Monday enroute to Shel-bina. Mildred Bowles, and; Mis ensuing year at its regular Commu- Buffalo j Eulah, of Palmyra,, who have been nieation tomorrow, Friday, evening. the guest of Mrs. Thomas. Dawsorv All Master Masons should be pres- departed Tuesday for Excelsior enL Springs. ; Eastern Star, Be sure and visit the P.. E. O. Next Saturday evening is the Bazaar. One door west Monroe time for the election of officers for City Bank, to buy your Christmas the ensuing, year of Monroe Chap- J. E. Spiker and wife of Bushnell, 111., have been visiting relatives in and around Monroe. Candy. Miss Ruby Mclntire, left Monday for a two weeks visit in Palmyra and Woodland. Miss Aurilla Spiker returned Fri day, from a years trip through Utah. Mrs. Minnie Loson and daughter. Miss Irene, returned Thursday from Farley, where they have been ftr several weelis- Fire. People cannot be: too careful with fire as water is scarce and everything, is very dry. Mrs. Theodosia Ball, of Maywood has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Julia Leake. Will Madden's team made a run yesterday morning and mashed up his milk wagon considerably. No one was hurt. Mrs. S. J. White, of Chillicothe, was with Monroe friends Monday enroute home from Paris. Mrs. R. F. Bovd and children were in our city Monday. Mesdames Walker Vanskike Geo. Elliott were Hannibal Wednesday. and visitors ter 0. E. S. Rebekah Election. At the regular meeting of Mon roe Rebekah Lodge No. 534, held: Tuesday evening, officers for the-,: ensuing, term were elected as fol lows: Mrs. C. C. Schafer, N. G. Mis Bertha Dierks. V. G. Miss May Johnson, Rec. Secy Miss Anna Nolen, Fin. Secy. . Mrs. H. J. Kent, Treas. These with the appointive oncers will be installed in January. The Degree staff went to IJunne well last evening to put on the work. Misses Grace Terrill and Ruby Jno. Owen was a Hannibal visitor Court of Warren are visiting a Monday. ' Hannibal. Don't Deface U. S. Coins. The Treasury Department at Washington has sent out instruct; tions to the Secret Service Bureau to see that the federal statute re garding the defacement of coins is enforced and parties guilty punish ed. The great majority of people is not aware of this law. The law ap plies only to those who commit the act and not to the wearers, but many of our jewelers are liable to come In contact with the law as a result The tendency to stamp monograms, make watch fobs, bangles and other forms of jewelry out of gold and silver coins is said to be growing and the Government has decided to stop the practice. So it will be well to heed this adnom tion. Do not deface U. S. coins. The P. E. O's.. will conduct a bake sale on Saturday afternoon and evening. Choice variety of edibles. Come and get your Sun day dinner. An industrious Shelby county farmer was arrested here yesterday morning charged with taking his neighbors poultry and selling same. He has always stood well and it is hoped he can prove his innocence. Dr. J. B. Corley and wife of Indian Creek, were Hannibal visitor Tuesday. Mesdames P. L Drescher. J. W. Calbert and C. E. Calbert were with Quincy friends Tuesday. A. C Meyer was a Palmyra vis itor part of the week. Th fiFM tnniriht a ' j "e,"v, uuu u uiiua in me ween starts 7:15 and 8:00. Listen, Everybody! We have a large assortment of some of the nicest things in Holiday Goods ever brought to Monroe. Our prices are riht, too. We would like to have you take a tip from us, select and buy your presents early. It is a great deal better for you and for us. We can not do justice to every" one if you put off buying until the last week. Make it a point to come m and see us at the first opportunity. We will try to please you both in courteous treatment and price. And we want to take the opportunity of thanking one and all of our pat ron for past favors and we wish you a very happy Christmas and prosper ous New Year. . '. ' ' Southern & Spalding Pharmacy.