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xtra pecial Sale! For Friday and Saturday Of This Week 21 pounds Granulated Sugar - $1.00 2 pounds Peaberry coffee - 45 4 boxes Egg-o-see corn flakes 25 5 pounds California prunes - 25 6 pounds good rice - - ,25 5 gallons coal oil - 45 2 dozen fancy bananas - - -25 1 can Keokuk tomatoes - 10 10 bars Proctor & Gamble soap - 40 10 bars Lenox soap - 25 2 cans corn - - 15 1 can fancy peas - - - 10 3 cans good Salmon - 25 3 cans kraut - 25 3 cans hominy - 25 3 cans pumpkin - 25 2 cans table peaches - 25 2 cans table apricots - - 25 3 cans pork and beans - 25 3 boxes matches ' 10 1 pound Horse Shoe Tobacco - 40 1 pound Star Tobacco - 40 1 5-pound package Quaker Oats - 10 1 pound peanut candy - 10 1 gallon Karo Syrup - 40 100 pounds fancy solid cabbage - $1.25 3 pounds fancy large raisens - 25 6 cans Pet Cream - - 25 3 pounds kidney beans ' - - 25 3 pounds lima beans - - 25 6 pounds best navy beans - 25 For These Two Days we will offer you a Discount of 20 per cent on our Entire Stock of Fancy and Staple China, Glassware and Queensware This is a good chance for you to own some dishes very cheap Don't miss the chance Goods charged on the Two days will be charged at regular prices Both Phones Bert Bull 3 Euchre Parties. Mrs. Martha Elliott entertained about fifty friends last Thursday evening. Delicious refreshments were serv ed and a very pleasant evening was reported. Last Friday evening Mrs. F. H. Haggn entertained. About sixty gues"ts enjoyed her hospitality. She served delightful refreh ' ments and all enjoyed the occasion very much. Mrs. H. B. Mudd gave the largest and last Euchre party of the season last Tuesday evening. More than seventy guests were present. ,. An elegaut two course luncheon was se;?d during the evening and all hud a splendid time. Cards of Thanks. We hereby extend our heartfelt inanKs to tne mends who as sisted us in caring for father during his last sickness and for their words of sympathy. Joseph H. Smith. Mrs. H. T. Boone. Public Sale of 180 Head of Slock On account of dissolution of part nership and change of location we will sell at publid sale at our barn 1-2 mile northwest of Stoutsville Wednesday, Feb. 12 I 23 Head of Horses 23 Consisting of 7-year old walking horse broke to all harness. 7-year old harness horse lady broke, 7-year j old mare in foal by Buster Brown, i 7-year old mare in foal by jack, 5-! year old mare in foal by jack, 7-year old mare in foal by draft horse, 10 year oid sorrel mare in foal by jack pair driving marts 5 and 6 years ( old. 10-year old harness mare in foal by jack, 6-year old saddle mare in foal by jack, 10-oear old mare, 7 year old sarrel pony broke to all harness and safe for children and in foal by jack, yearling saddle gelding, 2 coming 3-year old fillies saddle bred. 3-year old saddle geld ing, spotted Arabian yearling pony, harness colt by Buster Brown, sad dle colt by Searcy's horse, saddle colt by Missouri Chief, saddle colt by Artist Montrose. 4 Jennets 4 1 6-year-old, 2 4-year-old Jennets all registered and in foal by Buck- man's Lord Roberts, 1 Jennet colt subject to register. Certificates of Registration delivered with each animal. 50 Mules 50 Consisting of 19 head of coming 3-year olds, 10 head coming 2-year olds and 21 mule colts consisting of 16 mares and 5 horses. Cattle 22 head of coming two year old native steers a dehorned and in good flesh, 6-year . old Jersey cov producing 9 pounds of I utter' per week, coming 3-year old Jersey will be fresh shortly, coming 2-year old Jersey fresh soon. 70 Sheep 70 40 native ewes 2 to 5 years old will lamb first of April, registered Shropshire Buck and 30 lambs. 7 Hogs 7 Registered Poland China sow, 5 thoroughbred gilts weighing about 200 pounds each. Registered Poland China Boar. - Feed and Implements, 300 bushels corn, 200 bushels oats, 10 tons of hay, some bailed oats straw if not sold before day of sale Implements consisting of harness, plows, wagon, 2 buggies, saddle, and other things too numer ous to mention. TERMS-Sums of $10 and over a credit of 9 months will be given purchaser giving approved note bearing 8 per cent interest from date. Under $10 cash. Sale begins at 12 sharp. Conveyance furnished to and from depot Lunch on grounds. J. II. and 0. L. Dooley. Cols. Major & Youell, Aucts. II. II. Utterback, Clerk. Mi89 Belle Johnson returned Sun day fioni a mouths visit iu South er.) It hi South ra kq Y:st ern KLwvL She met many nld frier. ind nude many new ones and Lad a delttful tima. Da t io .it ii y'f r.fcxt order to redoFeoarMruldreloorNone butter The W. C. T. U. will observe Frances Willard Memorial Day next Tuesday. The meeting will b hM with Mrs. Will Ely. Every member is urged to be present and bring a friend. A big horse, mule, cattle and sheep sa'e will be held Wednesday J February 19 by Abell Boarman at his farm. I Mrs. George Yates received t 'large rug and Mrs. D. R. Daveu j . ; ai.d Tom White the smaller . , given by II. Levy on the Ut,;,. .-. j January pales of that Ompmv. 1 E. A. Thompson is spending , K we?k ia Chicago. Do not sell corn or oats unt;' yu bevs teen the Mo.iroe Cool & G; i. . Co. Mr. and Mrs. Arty Wilson return ed home Saturday. They went to Cclor.ido in November for Mra. Wilson's health but could see no improvement so came back. Plenty of clover and timothy seed at Monroe Coal &. Grain Co. J. Adam Shearman On Saturday, Feb. 8 We will make the following prices Cash Only 20 pounds Sugar 1 broom 4 packages corn flakes 7 bars Ben Hur soap $1.00 25 25 25 (Not more than one lot of above to each customer) 4 pounds prunes - 25 1 pound 35-cent coffee for - 30 White seedless raisens retails at 12 1-2 for 10 8 bars Lenox Soap - 25 75-cent India Tea per pound - 50 3 cans lye hominy - 25 English walnuts per pound - 15 4 packages Egg-o-See - 25 Public Sale of 29 Head of Stock Having decided to quit farming, we will sell at public sale at the farm of Mrs. Christina Lundberg. 2 1-2 miles south-west of Monroe City, the following described property on Thursday, February 20 12 HORSES AND MULES 1 gray draft mare 12 years old. 1 bay draft mare 11 years old, 1 iron-gray draft mare 5 years old, 1 pair of bay draft horses coming J years oia. i Day mare years old, with foal by Jack McDonald, 2 coming yearling draft colts, one aged mare. 1 span of gray mules coming 5 years old, 1 coming 2-year old mule. CATTLE 8 head of coming 2-year old native steers, 1 coming yearling steer, 1 black cow 8 years old, 1 red cow 9 years old. 1 black cow 3 years old. All will be fresh in the spring. 1 Jersey cow 3 years old. will be fresh in a short time, 2 coming 3-year old heifers, fresh in March, 1 com- ing 2-year old heifer. One Gilt will farrow in April. FEED 1000 bushels of corn in crib. Some corn and fodder. IMPLEMENTS-Deering binder, Superior disc drill, good as new, Deering mower, sulky rake, push rake, corn planter with check row. 2 walking cultivators, disc cultivator. 2 16-inch walking plows, diamond plow, 2 section steel harrow,endgate seeder, new Knapheide farm wani. 3eggs Goodson farm wagon, surrey, 2 feed troughs, hay frame, sled, cider mill. iron kettle. 3 sets of double farm rurness, saddle, riding brid'o, set of harness good as new, set of single buggy harness, 2 stands of bees and. other things too numerous to mention. Mrs. Christina Lundberg & Son W. T. YOUELL. Auct. M. B. PROCTOR. Clerk. J. F. Kennedy was up from Ilasco Saturday with his many friends who are always glad to see him. Mr. Kennedy is in charge of the railroad system of the cement plant and has several men working under him. He is a good man for the place and the cement plant people are to be congratulated. Buy your hard or soft wheat flour of of Calvert & Son. A prize with every barrel of hard wheat flour. 1 Node Green exchanged the A. E. ! Meyers stock of goods this week for a 160 acre farm belonging to Ed ward Baker of Marion County, Mo. You Ought to Have Your Picture Taken! See Us About It Miss Belle Johnson. For Sale A good 5 room house, barn, fruit, large garden, 2 lots, a snap if taken soon. Located on north side. NODE GREEN. 2-13 Mrs. J. C. Miller, of Madison and Miss Black well, of Ely spent Wed nesday in this city. See Monroe Coal & Grain Co. be fore you sell your corn and oats. J. G. Pierceall is clerking in Bert Bulls grocery. Mr. Pierceall has many friends who will be glad to find him in business again. J. B. Anderson left Saturday i;ii.V for Lake Village, Ark. He wmpanied by Lester FitZ' H?uM Ed Jayw Lewis Bell and Kov Haijun. TUe boys expect to j... . ' v: ,'irni i. they like it. Alio; linyesof Hannibal ..i. ' u.u'U find relatives from i j U un u Monday. Miss Hazel ilainoi k accompanied .her 1 1 ome. i riuy bran of McFarlaud Bros, at $1.1? sack la quantity. Miss Alice Sharp, of Stoutsville sDent Wednesday with friends here. She was returning from a visit with her aunt, Mrs. McAtee of Hunnewell. obtained from the Monroe Coal &. j Grain Co. Abell Boarman is going to have a big horse, mule, cattle and sheep sale Wednesday, Feb. 19. i Mrs. Andrew Ketchum of Augus- j i ta. 111., has been visiting Mrs. A. II i Green. The U. D. C's will meet with Mrs. ' Levy next Wednesday afternoon. W. I. Longmire was called to St Louis Tuesday morning by the ill ness of his wife. Mrs. Longmire went to St. Louis the first of Jan uary. She is in the Baptist Hos pital, Tuesday morning Mr. Long mire received a letter saying her recovery was impossible. The fam ily has our sincere sympathy. Try a sack of McFarland Bros ship at $1.20 a sack in quantity. ' Saline Township Items. T. P. Waller is visiting Alfred Huffs. Miss Annabelle MeGloth'h has typhoid fever. Mrs. Edengar is visiting Mrs Alice Huff. W. II. Quinn's store at Joanna burned Tuesday night. They think it caught from a flue. Loss about $4000. Insurance $S00. D. R Campbell and wife are visit ing relatives and friends in Shelby County.