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make 3 H Twelve Intimate Gifts E E for 3 Twelve Delighted Friends 3 eliminating . E2 Twelve Christmas Gift worries 3 Please bring the little Tots ii the morning H Apples fur Sale-Frank Gentry tf It is ii simple mutter tn be neu tral if you bnu't know the nation ality if nnv ot vour grandparents Fur Sa'e A modern nine room house, well located. Can make terms 4t A. S. J.iyne& Son Miss Vargnrel Smith in visiting her sisu r Mr.-'. Pun! McGee uf Puris Mr. Cubhage of Lorraine is visit ing his daughter Mrs. T. E. Willard Palmyra. M iriou County, Hiitmi- ' bill iiinl Qaineyl money to loan on farm l.ui'ls. I will In. in in Slielhy. Mimroe, Ralls mill M inon Counties. W. I. Johnson, Palmyra, Mil. tf Men's wool sox. extra heavy, 21c While they last. Grand Leader Variety Store Mrs. N. V. Clapper of Stoutsville is visiting her sou J S Stnrretr. Misses L'iiii i Ev ins Vivian Clark, I.yila Lane, and Let a Evans went to Quiiiry Thursday to visit the schools. I.iovy undervenr ui a, I description-: a' '! inlv &. Greens Thanksgiving Day Thurs Nov. 30 Big Special Mminee 2:o0, night 7:30 "The Raven" 6 reels, R imnnce of Edgar Allen Pop. A comedy in connection, 7 Reels, 5 ..oil 10 cts. Gem Theater. Fletcher Crawford went to Shel bina Thursday for several days visit with relatives and friends Mrs. Percy Skinner and daughter of Tulsa Oklahoma who have been the guests of M A. H.irnback and family returned to Palmyra Thurs day. Apples for Sale Frank Gentry tf Goldfish, food, moss, globes and etc. at the Fixit shop 4-s W. E. Medealf. Mrs. H. A Jenkins of Indian apolis Ind, is visiting relatives and friends here. Editor Blanton, of the Paris Appeal was 10 this city Thursday and while here called on the Dem ocrat. We are always glad to see Mr. Blanton. Miss Belle A Valuable Find Along in the f;, Mr. and Mrs i Furl Baldwin were mmng out of C.inioii to meet Mr ami Mrs. Green who were koiih; over to spend Sun d.iy It whs on Saturday evening ,,. ,-. ,esi irom ,m. i.ot.ns io m'okiik una just tne other de uf Taylor they found a valuahle, void watch and foh he w.itcn1 ... expensive one and the fob , .i espci-iauy uniiue. it was a gold foh and had the name Header- son i ii it. Ii daj h en presented i In Smith Academy 1911 to ilie 'Champion holier. Last week Mrs. j Broadus Christian sent them a ; rliiipint from the Palmyra Spec j tator saying that Mr. Henderson b id lot ,i watch and fob in Marion County on the day of the auto iiii. hue lour and that Hie wali-h was especndlv valuable to him as it was an heirloom and had heen , handed down to lam from his forefathers. He lived in the suburbs of St. Louis. His initials were the same as those on the fob. Mr. Baldwin has written to the address ni-d feels sure be h '.S found the ' owner of the property. A Lovely Party My what a good time we had and wasn't everything lovely. Such remaiks were heard on every side us the ladies wended their way ! 1 . ... nuiiie irom tne nt omul party given by Mrs. W. G Williamson Thursday ufieruonn when she was hostess to the Deuce of Clubs WEATHER FORECAST. The United States Weather Fore cast by Wireless, given by Bert Emerson tt Noon on Press Day. Fair tonight and Saturday. Not ! much change in temperature. Taken to Rochester Miss Louise Boone, daughter of Lou Boone of Ely was taken to Rochester. Minn, yesterday. In our last issue we stated she was threat ened with appendicitis. She was taken to Mayo Bros, for an Operation The best line of overcoats in town at Hanly & Greens. Try our Santos Coffee at 20c and Peaberry best at 25c a pound. Grand Leader Variety Store. Johnson On Annual Vacation ft n r.,. s ...i ... .an.--..,, ttihf is pwSlUI clerk on the Bnrlintiti.il with a run from St Louis to St. Joseph, is tak ing his annual varation which is 18 days This with the 6 diys allowed at each end of the run m. ikes 30 days. Mr. Cranston has been on this run for 12 vearq nod has huwn ctt.rk ir) ohi.rri of the c:,r for some time. His run is considered the te st as it is day work. He is on No. 43 and No. 14 Seventy-Five Attended Dinner The dinner given by the Commer cial Club it Pike's Hall last night was well attended. Sixty-eight plates were s aid yesterday morning and they expected to have at least sevepty five sold hy noon. Ii wos a Dairy dinner, that is, the diners were especially inter ested in the dairy business and a niimiier of good speeches were mode mi the subject Mackinaw Green, s. coats ut Hauly & Linen Cheviot waists for boys hi 23c Grand Leader Variety Store. Misses N.innie and Dollie Owen sent the day in Hannibal Friday. Sweater coats 75cts and up ut Hauly & Greens Men's Blue Linen Shirts in all sizes 49c Grand Leader Variety Store Mrs. S B Thiehoff went to Lin neus Fi iday for a visit with her brother, For Your Sunday Dinner Dressed Chickens, Oysters, Celery, and Cranberries. Cauliflower, Egg Plant; Let tuce, Grape Fruit, Apples, Bananas, and Grapes. A Sad Accident Ben (Mushy, one of mi auto luad from Gransville, had a serious ac cident when coining to the I 0.0 F. reunion Ihursday. We were told tuat the car had been Mopptd to repair a blow out and was just Marling when the young iiuiii u nipped his pipe. He jumped out not realizing the car was t-oii'K hi last, and tell, striking his bead on lae ground, lie was bruughl (o Dr. Southern's office for treatment olid then taken to the Monroe Hotel. He was uncoucioiis for several hours but toward midnight seemed a little better. I At noon yesterday the young I iiuiii seemed better and the doctor ! thought he would recover His ! father came in about nine o'clock ' Thursday evening and was in jcouruged at the change yesterday ' morning. j The oung man is the son of ' Malt Gngsby, county judge of the Eastern district He is cashier of the Granville Bank. His accident was deplored by the entire member ship. Visited in Indiana Ed Byrd, wife and son John Byrd of near Warren returned ! Tuesday night from a pleasant visit I with relatives in Indiana Fred 1 Byrd and Ben Stuart of Siirlbiua 1 took them through in automobiles. ! Tonsils Removed ! Saturday Mrs. Pearl Colveri took j her son Marion, and Henry Brower i his daughter Virflie. to Hannibal and had their tonsils and udenoids removed. Miss Virgie is improving as well fi could be exp ee'ed. Master Marion contracted a cold and was not doing so well Wednesday. A Beautiful Display The Chrysanthemum show by the W. C. T. U. is deserving 0f success. The room, early ester- day morning was beautiful ai d not nearly all their display was in. We will give a list of prize win ners in our next issue. Odd Fellow County Meeting Thursday afternoon and evening marked the sixteenth nnniial re union of the 0 Id Fellows of Monroe County. Every thing on the pro gram was as planned and it is said to have been one of the best re unions they have ever had Seven cars Irom here met the visitors a: Indian Creek There 32 cars came into town together Quite a number came in later both by auto and on the weather was favorable, train. The' the attend-) ancegood, the program all that they hail planned. What more was there to be desired? We will not go into detail as we published the program early in the week. It was pronounced a success in every way The Rebekahs served supper to about 175 and midnight lunch to about 180 C. L' Carpentpr, of Quincy, came over Thursday to attend the I O O. F. meeting Mark C. Hawkins WeeMy Market Letter Furnished by Woodson-Fennewald L S. Cora. Co National Stock Yards, 111. Cattle receipts were liberal Mon day and the market 15 to 25 cents lower, but reJeipts were light today and the market 10 to 15 cents higher, wuti all gaud (a choice steers and butcher stuff folly steady wiin last ween, while medium kinds are 10 to 15 rents lower. Top today $1150 for 2 loads of 1100 yearling steers which we sold for Clark & Bled.scoe of Audrain Co.. which is the highest priced cattle ever sold in the history of tins market Bulk of the choice steers selling $1075 to $1150. Good $900 to $9 75. Medium $7 50 to $825. Fair killers $(!75 to $7,13. Stackers and feeders 10 cents higher. Choice $7 15 to $7.35. Good $6H5 to $7 00. Medium $j5() to $0 00. Choice heifers $900 to $9 75 Good $800 to $8 65 Medtatn $0 15 to SO 59 Fair killers $5 25 to i $5 65 ; Choice cows $6 75 to $7 50 Good $600 to $6.50 Medium $5 25 to $575 Cutters $4 75 to $5 00 Cannsrs $4 2') to $t5fl Choice bulls $0 75 to $7'.0. Good $575 to $B2o ; Medium $525 to $575. Hog receipis liberal market opened 15 cents higher, closing ! with the advance lost. Best butcher 1 and heavy hogs $10 10 t $1025. I iood mixed and light hogs $975. ' to $9 m. PacKers $9 25 to $9 50. i Sheep receipts 2(KXl. sheep 15 : cents higher Lambs .-.ready. Bulk i good fat sheep S7 35 to $7 50. i Yearlings S900 to $9 25 Good to chaiee l imbs SI 150 to $1175 I Fair to good $10 75 to $11 25 j j Market Hcport. For dav before date of paper Hfis $8.50 Sheep $500 'Lambs $800 Cattle .$6.00 35c 14ic Cream Poultry. Hens Spring chickens 1 1-2 to 2 1-2 pounds ((. Old Roosters i. Ducks jo,, Turkey Hens 20c Young Toms glle j Toms.. Guineas, each I Geese. l'ic 20c llc ' Eggs straight 32c ! Butter.. 25c Green Hides. 4C Wheat No. 2 1.70 Oats. New Baled Hay $8.00 to 10.00 Notice To Tax Payers Notice is hereby given that I will follow the following schedule in my annual trip over the county with I the tax books: j Madison, Nov. 20 and 21. , Holiday, Nov. 23 1 Evansville. Monday, Nov. 27 I All owing personal hick taxes I are urged to see me on these rounds, I as these taxes must be paid at once. j A C. DEAVER. Collector.