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FEES tWiHW-s1-H W. J. ROUSE, Editor. ERMS $1.00 PER YEaR filtered at the Postofflce at Monroe City Missouri, as second-class matter. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1913. JOB PRINTING. If you want posters, j If you want sale bills. If you want circular?, If you want envelopes, If you want hill head?, I y i w-ui price list.J, If you want statements, II y . Wfiiit note ht-ads. yn v ant litter heads. If you wai'i. a(!i)re?s cards, If you wnnt inv itation cards. I.'" veil VMiht pamphlets or hooks. If yon want any kind of printing done, call at the Democrat office. j The Dreams Ahead. I What would we do in this world of ours j Wert it not for the dreams ahead? Foi llicn.B are mixtd with the blooming flowers, j No niatitr which path we tread- And each of us has his golden goal Stretching far into the years; And ever he climbs with a hopeful soul, With alternate smiles and tears. That dream ahead is what holds him up Through the storms of a cease less fight; When his lips are pressed to the wormwood's cup, And c louds shut out the light. To some it's a drer.m of high estate To Hon.y it's j dreuin otwtaith; To some it's a dream of a truce '.vit.i r,u , , In a constant search for health To some it's a dream of home and wife; To sume ii'3 a crown above; The dreams ahead are what make each 'ifc The dreams- and faith and love! Edwin Carlisle Lilsey. Paddle your Own Canoe. Advice is good, if it is good and well followed, and here is a bit clipped from an exchange that oc curs to us being wholesome to life's success: Fight your own row. Ask no favors of any one and you'll suc ceed a thousand limes better than one who is always beseeching some oue's ir.fiueiue and pationage. No one will ever help you as you help ycurelf for no one is as heartily interested in your affairs. The first step will be a long one perhaps, but cerving your owu way up the mounta'n you will make each sttp ijad to another cut. Men who have made fortunes are not iLubv L. I j'c iidu $3,000 given then ?.-) lc.il "A-ith. tut bos who have sa-ted fair with a well earn ed dollar or two. Men who have acquired fame have never thrust in.j popularity puffs begged or pay ;d ivi, or given in friendly spr:.. i!.y Lav outsti etched their own Innds and touched the public bee-t. Men who win love thci. ovn wcoia. and I aovei knew a u.iin to ail as signally us You Need If If you receive and disburse funds, you need a checking account with this bank. A business man says: "It is almost impossible for a per son to administer his funds safely, with a view to protect ing himself against loss and building up a reserve, without making use of this modern banking convenience." You need a checking ac count with this bank. I Monroe City Bank. $93 000.00 Capital and Surplus. Vaughn & Utterback Clover and Timothy Seed Mrs. Minnie Losson is spending a few days in Palmyra with her brother, Frank Diemer. Mr. Diemer had to retire from active business about two years ago but has been confined to his bed but a few days.' The remains of Tandy Gentry whose death at Phoenix, Ariz, was chronicled in the Democrat last week, Whs laid to ret,t in Haunibi.1 Monday. Hie U. D. C's.. will meet with Mrs. Herman Levy the afternoon of Feb. 12. P. E. 0.. meeting with Mrs. Thomas Dawson next Saturday afternoon. I! Mrs. Ed Feeney of Ely, was shop ping here, Tuesday. Lost A leather mitt for right hand. Finder leave at Postoffiee. Seasoned sawed wood for sale, tf. Walter H. Moss. For Rent A desirable residence on south side. John Cleary. 2-27 Miss Mildred Buell spent Tues day evening with friends in Pal myra. Fanners' Bulletins. The publications of the U. S. De paitmeut of Agriculture during the last fiscal year included 2,110 differ ent bulletins, circulars, reports, and other documents, of which 34,678, 557 conies were issued. Of these, 13, 409,000 were Farmers' Bulletins. The series bearing the latter title represents one oi the most remark able examples extant jf activities of a pa.eiMdl government. It now in cludes more than 500 titles, running thro-igh 8n almost exhaustively wide range of subjects of practical interest in connection with rural life and industries, For example' during the past year farmers' Bulletins wue issued on "House Flies," 'The Uo of Concrete on the Farm," "For estry in Nature Study." "Tubercu- f. wr. ..uinceu his anectKiuateil-jsis," 'ice Houses," "Lawns and -wid," ' flic Elifelfdu OpuflOW j BOULWARE E STORE FEBRUARY Gash Clearance today, BEGINS In Um B And Continues Until March , This is The Sale that many Customers !iac bevrn w?iti: When We Announce a Bargain Sole We Give 130 and this Clearance Sale will Save you a nice sum on every ;jui. c se Ladies' $5.00 Tan .and Black Buck Button Shoes, Sale price- Ladies' $4.00 Tan Button Shoes Sale Price Ladies' $3.50 Black Suede Button Shoes Sale Price Ladies' $4.00 Black Patent But ton Shoes, 16-buy;on, Sale Price Ladies'" $4.00 Gun Metal Button Shoes, 16-button, Sale Price Ladies' $3.50 Gun Metal Button Shoes, 16-button, Sale Price Ladies' $3.00 Patent and Gun Metal Button Shoes, Sale Price- Little Ladies' $3.00 High top But ton Shoes, Gun Metal and Patent, low heels, sizes 2 to 5, Sale Price Misses' $2.50 High Top Shoes in Patent and Gun Metal button, sizes 11 to 2. Sale Price Child's $200 High top Button Shoes, Sale Price Mixed lot of ladies' shoes form erly sold from $200 to $3 00, we have most all sizes in the lot, take your choice for 100 pairs Misses' Kid Blucher Shoes, sizes 11 to 2, Sale Price 80 pairs of Children's Kid Bluch er shoes, sizes 9 to 11, Sale Price 30 Pairs Ladies' Gun Metal But ton Shoes, Sale Price 20 Pairs Ladies' Gun Metal Blucher Shoes, Sale Price $3.50 3.00 2.75 3.00 3.00 2.75 2.50 2.00 1.75 1 .50 .00 .50 .00 Lndie.-.' $3 00 and $300 W-'vVi Shoes Sale Price .SU 3.00 3.Q0 3.00 3.00 2.50 2.50 2.50 Men's $4.00 Burt and Pi-ckord. Tan Button Shoes, Sale Price- Mens $400 Burt and Packard Gun Mtlal button shoes Sale I -it e Men's $4 00 Burt and Packard Patent Colt Button Shoes, Sale Price Men's $4.00 Walk Over Patent Colt Blucher Shoes, Sale Price- Men's $3.50 Patent Colt Button Shoes, Sale Price Men's $3.50 Patent Colt Blucher Shoes, Sale Price Men's $3.00 Tan Blucher Shoes, Sale Price Men's $5.00 Box Calf Bot?., Tip and Plain Toes, Sale K ice -Lot of Men's Leather Boots, brok en bUQ'o, Sole Piioe Lot of Boys Heavy Leather Boots, Sale Price Small lot of boys' box calf Bluch er Slices, sizes 3 to 5, Sale Pi Ice Boys' High Top Tan Shoes, form erly sold at $3.00, Sale Pricf. Boys' $3.00 Patent Button Shoes, sizes 2 to 5, Sale Prico We still have a few cases of Men's Overshoes, as long as they last, Sale Price per pair -4 1 .00 2.00 1.00 This Sale is for Cash Only! These Clearance Sales are looked to by the public as the great Money-saving event of the year, because we offe; new, seasonable goods at less than manufacturers' cost in order to make room for our Spring stock which is arriving daily flj This Sale is for Cash, and Cash Only, no goods sent out on approval or exchanged. We have not all sizes in all fie lots but we can fit you in one kind or another and every i.ir we offer you is a bargain - f Come early before your size is gone, as the pnrs ws are making on these oods will move iliem in a Uuny. T. M. Rf II fi mJ J ;.4 I Ml' ft: i-t-aii a 'Ao;.i ion La..-- yvu vni K ior am,, .1 t - Mrs. K. F. Frayty aud LaLus re-, Wesley Drescher returned to 1 , ; i)'.l sciiio lurty other to-i turned to Qi'incy Tuesday. Thtjy Quincy Tuesday af'er a vi .it with : fciev ' ' c vUn fv-iroj of ii's se.i'.s , have l"cn v! King r-pr prei is, r own h'i;; re p.'! -!v:r;b"'3d gratia to th-j pj' -1 J. D. Duval! od wi'e. Ms pfirenls, Dresrher. M:. Til Vi 3. 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