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Monroe City Democrat. (Monroe City, Mo.) 1888-1919, September 21, 1911, Image 8

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TO YOU YOUNG MEN AND MEN
WHO DEMAND THE BEST, THE
VERY BEST, IN YOUR CLOTHES.
i
This storo wants to sell you your
clothes. Wo have striven hard to
provide such clothes as wo know
will please you. We hope to have
anticipated your wants in this direction.
We Say to Too It
You fi Better (lotto Urn
Our Kupponhcimer Clothes for
young men, while attractively de
signed and carefully tailored, cost
no more than you would oxpect to
pay for even ordinary clothes and
sometimes loss.
nits from $15.00 to $30
W.A.Sullivan Clothing Go
Exclusive Agents for Kahn Tailored Clothes ,
Chas. Gordon, of this city, met a
professional wrestler here last Sat
urday evening in an exciting wrest
lingjnatch, two best in three. Gor
don succeeded in putting the pro
fessional down- the two first falls
and of course was declared the win
ner. Charlie is a home boy but
good judges of the sport pronounce
him a coming wrestler. Henry
Begley, another home product, who
had arranged to meet some visitor
with the mitts has been compelled
to call the match off from the fact
that soon after going into traiuing
his favorite old family horse "Dew
ey" stepped on bis (Henry's) toe
and broke it Henry is compelled
to carry his toe in a sling, but there
will be something, doing .when he
gets welL
The Robey-Roblnson Lumber Co.,
have bought the Burlington Lumber
Co's., yards at Palmyra and began
an invoice of the property Tuesday
J. H. Robinson and assistant Char
lie Smith, went to Palmyra, Tues
day morning for that purpose.
These yards are among the finest
equipped and best located for hand
ling lumber of any in thi3 part of
the state and under the direction of
this enterprising company is sure to
be a success.
J. A. Pendleton, of West Virginia
who has ;been visiting his son-in-law,
Mr. Branch, north of town left
for Henderson County, I1L, Monday.
Mr. Pendleton is highly pleased
with Missouri and may conclude to
locate permanently in this neighborhood.
I '. .
Having a surplus oi Drown wine, I
I will sell it for one week only, by
the barrel at 50 cents per gallon at !
the vineyard 3 1-2 miles Northeast '
of Monroe City.
J. S. SCHOTT.
George A. Hardesty, one of Mon
roe County's good farmers with bis
family have moved to Shattuck,
Okla., where; they will try to do as
well for a few, years as they could j
in old Misspuri. The,, Democrat!
wishes them the greatest rucces.
The 20th Century Furnaces are
i constructed upon the latest scient
ific principles combining the great
est economy and efficiency.
Johnson &. Hopkins.
George Combs has returned from
Kendall, Kansas and other . points
in the west He reports John Yates
as being much pleased with his
new home.
ANY DEAR OLD PEOPLE
AT HOME? t
Isn't it your duty to get
their pictures while they are
still with you? Impress up
on the old folks the fact that
having their pictures taken in
our studio is a pleasure and
not an inconvenience
Miss Belle Johnson
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Ryan's Low . Prices!
Men' and Misses'
Children' and Women's
Eyery Day Shoes: 1
10c 25c, 60c, 76c 6ic
and $1.25.
Forty-Fire Large Bins to
Select from, s
RYAN SHOE CO.,
207 N. Main St Hannibal Mo
Johnson & Hopkins will do your,
tinning, install your furnace and do
all kinds of repairing in their line
in the best style of workmanship.
Florida.
Plenty of rain and ft.ll pastures
fine.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smel
ser a girl and to Mr. and Mrs. Chas
Hamilton a boy.
On account of the heavy rains
recently much corn is reported
spoiling. -
There is considerable changes be
ing made here of late E. E. Fich
ner has traded his stock of goods
for a farm of 125 acres north of
Paris to a Mr. Jonea Mr. Jones
takes possession at once and will
move the stock to Paris. . R. C. Al
len sold to Jas. Baker his residence
and about 20 lots. Consideration
$800.00. Mr. Baker will move here
about March 1st Mr. Allen is uo
decided as to where he will locate1:
Dr. J. E Brown traded, his resi
dence and solne land to a Mr. Byrd
for other property- in Hunnewell
and will move there about Nov. 1st.
Esq. J. IV.' James has .resigned
as Justice of the Peaqe and will lo
cote in Monroe City, - . : ." ,
To Farmers and Poultry Raisers.
Monroe City, Mo., Sept 14, 1911.
Judging from past experience 'we
would advise those having surplus
poultry to sell, that you market It
before October, unless you intend
to hold it until November. : We are
almost certain that from Oct 1st
to 20th we will have a hyi poultry
market , ' .
J. Henderson & Sons.
Rev. T. ;D. Brown is conduct t
ing a meeting at Betheny Baptis
church and will not occupy the pul
pit at the 1st Baptist Church next
Sunday. . , ,-
evys
Department
Our Big Piano Contest Closes, September 30, 1911.
Beginning Thursday, September 21, and for the balance of the month, we
will give double coupons on all purchases besides making special prices on all
goods in our two big stores. Any goods not specially priced for this sale we
will allow a special discount of 10 per cent and give you double coupons.
On our New Fall Line of Suits and Cloaks we allow you a discount of
10 per cent from our regular prices. On AleVs, Ladies' and Children's Shoes
we will allow you a discount of 10 per cent. Also special prices on Carpets
and Rugs.
Remember, this fine Piano will be given free to someone on the last day
of September, so all contestants get busy jmd get your friends to buy their
Fall Goods during this sale and 'get double coupons. Yours for a Big Business,
LEVY'S DEPARTMENT STORE.
In Our J. B. Anderson Room Our
Sale Continues on all Our
New Fall Goods:
DRESS GOODS
$2.00 Dress Goods - . - $1.69
$1.50 Dress Goods - - $129
$1.25 t Dress Goods - - 98c
$1.00 ' Dress Goods - - . 79c
75c ' Dress Goods - - 59c
50c Dress Goods ' - - 39c
SILKS
$1.00 Silks, on sale - - ' 79c
65c Silks, on sale 48c
50c ' ' Silks, on sale - - 39c
OUTINGS, Special 10c Grade at 8c
GINGHAMS
15c . Ginghams at - - ' 12c
12ic Ginghams at : - ' - 10cj
10c Ginghams at -'' .8c!
: BLANKETS
05c Blankets eale price . - 49c
70c Blankets, sale price - ' . . . ' joc
$1.00 Blanket, sale price . . . 79c
tl.SS Blankets, sals price . . ' . . j8C
All Prints, Per Yard, 4 1-2c
$1,00 Table Linen, sale price a . k . 79c
, 50c Table Linen, sale price ... r . ' . gpc
toe Table Oil Cloth, eale prlco . ; . lec
60c Hose, Sale price . 80c
f&c Hose, sale price , ', jflc
J5C Hose, sale price . ' . ' ' Jic
IOC Hose, sale price , . , , ' . , nc
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