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See For Yourself
We do not quote regular prices now,
but if you do not believe that we un-der-sell
any of our competitors, all we
ask is that you come and compare our
prices with theirs and we are sure you
will be convinced.
Apples fur Sale
Frank Gentry tfl
Nearly every woman is wisei
enouuh to see through 11 man and
fool enough lo let hitn know it.
It is worth 11 trip a (Juincy to
procure the bargains in blankets
and comforts at KespnhlMohren
Meiher's! Miss Ail ecu McFarlaiid went to
kenssalaer Saturday for a visit
with her grandparents.
Let us do your cleaning, press- '
in and repairing. We appreciate
your business L. L. l ane.
Mrs. I.io ile Nicholson and duugh-
ler. viryioia wtrr ocms 01 leia
tives ill 1. ikenan Saturday and
Henry 1'anksley, wnn has been
paroled as staled in our last issue
has retiiruefl home.
Palmyra. Marion County, Huiuii -
bal ami Quiiicy money to loan on
farmlands I will loan in Shelby.
Monroe. KalU finil Marion Counties.
W. P Johnson, Palmyra. Mo tf
Osage county farmers complain
that deer are eating up their crops.
One farnxr -ass he counted six
deer in li is cow pea p.itcti one d.iv
and says they ale eiuht acres of
his crops The game law prevents
killinu ill" annuals.
THE REAL HUGHES PLATFORM UNCLE SAM'S OPINION OF IT
Mrs. Mary S. Carroll, of (loss.
is visiting lier sister Mrs.
Mrs W. D. Pipkin a nd Mrs L F.
Steve wereQuincy visitors Wednrs
Want your clothes pressed in I
a hurry? We can do it Quick
service, good work. L. L. Lane,
Mrs. P F. White win in Louisiana
Mr mill Mru I'M V.ull .....I
J Um T '
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visit with their sou Roy and wife
; m Vaiidalia.
Mure than half the people of
your vicinity buy the family's sup
ply of winter underwear at Kes-pnhl-Molirensterher's.
If you are
not among them, get the habit. You
will save 2fc on the dollar und you
, l''""int make money faster,
, Mrs o. Jllct,j m ,ue sons
f p,,mra. lame Tuesday for u
' visit wnh relatives
All Court ill 'Honor members are
reipnMcil to call at MeC irly's store
to pay their assessment to Mrs. T.
B. Ilavden on or before Oct. 31.
Mrs McPike. of Palmyra was the
guet of relatives here several days
V&.AA3r. we must hav J. ''A W'!"50M K
Sttgwtf ew,-w know ''iifMlfXTT, ffljk
Apples for Sale Frank Gentry tl
Rjbert Meriwether has been ap
pointed city attorney liy Mayor
Wmle. He is an able successor of
R. S. McClintic who has served in
this capacity in the past with such
New Postmaster at Warren
T. II. Sims hits been appointed
postmaster at Warren to succeed
J. L O'Brien who resigned recently
Four ton Fairbanks-Morse Stock
ami Wagon Scales See Monroe
City Auto Co. 10-2ti
Chas. W. Hoar has purchased the
Barnes property in (he south pari
of town. They expect to move in
to next week or the week after.
i A fine bunch of Jerseys. All ages
fiuiu yearlings up to full producing
j age An opportunity to get some
thing good. Apply to or write
! Green & Tooley h is shipped out
I a car load of blue grass seed that
I was raise in this vicinity.
Guarenteed Six Horse power
Gus Engine Fairbanks-Morse Z
tyr e$!27 50. Monroe City Auto Co
Buying Dairy Cows
Emmet Alexander. Roy Melson,
Mike Madden, Wallace Adams,
Charles Carlston and Chas Ry an
left last night for Waukesha Wis.
where they expect to buy three car
loads of Holsteiu cows. Mr
Alexander was there last February
ami brought buck 1 j head. He is
so well pleased with results that he
is buying more.
Walter Moss returned Tuesday
from Cameron where he brought
10 2-year-old heifers. 8 matured
cows and a calf They are high
grade Holsteins. Prior to this he
milked 20 cows,
He has ordered a milking
machine from Mr. Jaeger and ex
pects to have it ready for work in
about three weeks.
A fine bunch of Jerseys. All ages
fnim yearlings up to full producing
ate An opportunity to get some
thing good Apply to or write
Tooley Bros tf.
32li S. Adams.
A union of interests Yours and Ours
in Trading Here.
Wf OFFER YOU THf VERT LATEST CREATIONS III
Women's und Misses' Autumn and Winter
Suits, Coats, Furs,
Dresses, Skirts, Blouses,
Wf o;T. r then in a tin re that pet-laii- 'n tli't: lin.--. We olTVi
tic tifw .V-w York -tvlts at the ami! time tliey are fiiuwii In the bust
Specialty Sli'in on limailway anl t"'iftli :iv'nti. We nff'T tlium at
the L-a-UM (it-k-i-rt obtainable one, ami ..V one prU-e to all.
LOOK TO REIB'S POM THE NEW THINGS FIRST
WOMEN'S APPAREL SHOP
A vote for
Hughes is a vote
Hughes is acceptable to the few
who seek special legislation which
enable the few to grow rich at the
expense of the people
Have you ever noticed that all
who seek such legislation as will
enable the few to grow rich at the
expense of the people arc lined up
for Hughes and are against Wilson
and all Democrats.
A vote for Hughes is doing away
with "equal rights to all and special
privileges none." because Hughes is
backed by the crowd that want the
privilege of taking unjustly from
the masses. High tariff is for that
At Lincoln, Neb. Hughes said:
"Correct policies will keep America
out of war." This is a splendid en
dorsement of Wilson's policies be
cause Wilson has kept us nut of
war Hughes criticises Wilson's
policies, therefore he has other
ideas and Hughes policies might
plunge this country into war. Be j
safe and cast your vote for Wilson
as that is a vote for peace and pros
perity, a vote for humanity, a vote
for the good of all the people.
If the utterance of one Teddy
Roosevelt, with whom Hughes says
he is in accord, are any indication
of what eitiier of these gentlemen
would have done had by any mis
fortune either ol them been presi
dent during the past three years.
t tits country would now be in war
with Germany. If on the other
hand their utterances are only to
get votes, they are not safe men to
tie in charge at Washington. In
either case the people cannot afford
to take a chance with Hughes
Continue with Wilson He has
proven to he the ri jht man.
Mr. Farmer, Mr Laborer, Mr.
Business Man, just bear this fact
in mind. When you vote for
Hughes and the Republican ticket
you are voting just like the special
interests desire. These favored few
are furnishing the Hughes cam
paign fund They want Hughes
because they know that he is the
man who with a Republican con
gress pass such laws as will enable
the few to prosper at the expense
of you and I and all the common
By the way, was not Teddy
Roosevelt president of the United
States in 1907 when a great panic
prevailed over the entire land?
Certainly you have not forgotten
that time when you could not even
get yourown money out the bank.
Tnere was no real cause for that
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panic. The inonev plutocrats s iw
an opportunity to make moiiey by
the aid of the panic and
Teddy did not lift his linger to pre
vent. Later Wilson was elected
president The Federal Reserve
Bank bill was introduced. The
special interests threatened a panic
Wilson suggested if the Wall Street
gang wanted to start something in
the panic line, that the United
States government would supply
the money to stop it. This money
would not be put out thru the
usual Republican channel. Wall
Street, seeing that tne starting
of a panic would not benefit Wall
Street gang it was soon called off.
The country owes the absence of
panic in this country to Wilson and
a Democratic Congress. Under the
old order of ihings panics would
have been sweeping over our now
prosperous land For prosperity
the people are indebted to good
Constructive legislation by Demo
crats. Entertain for Guest
Mrs R Manning Walker and
Miss Belle Johnson are entertaining
this week in honor of their guest
Mrs R. J Crawford of (iirard, Kan.
Miss Johnson is giving a series of
bridge parties at the studio. The
first was Monday afternoon, the
second Tuesday ami the third will
be Friday. Four tables were run.
The hostess served elaborately. The
luncheons consisted of several
courses and were both dainty and
On Wednesday Mrs. Walker gave
a dinner. The following 1 idies
spent the day with the hou-e guet
Mrs. Crawford. Mrs. .1. W. Carr, of
lltinnewell, Mrs. A C Biid.of y iin
cy. Miss Susan Median, , r. W.
B Brown, Mrs. R K Mi-,iu and
Mrs. Dora Iialloi k anil Mrs. Alma
Vaughn The occasion was thor
oughly enjoyed by nil. Mrs Walker
delightful hostess, ihe ladies
were a congenial
day spent in the
ways a treat.
company and a
country is al-
Tom White has decided to quit
farming and is offering for sale at
his place known as the Ben Moss
farm 4t miles northeast of Monroe
on Monday Nov. 6. all his stock,
farming implements, household
goods and some corn. He has in
stock 1 span of 3 yr-old mules. 7
good horses and 18 head high grade
cattle. Dont fail to attend.
C. F. Dierks and daughter Miss
Bertha were called to Davenport
Iowa Tuesday by the illness of the
letter's grandfather. Mr. Dierks ex
pected to stay only a day or two
but Miss Bertha will remain and
assist in the nursing.