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Moberly Weekly Monitor (Newspaper) - July 5, 1901, Moberly, Missouri SBBEfSSTRICTER ROTHWEU PUBLISHERS 1 BY LABOR WE THRIVE SI00 PER YEAR TOLUMS XXXI FRIDAY JULY 5 1901 MOBERLY RANDOLPH COUNTY MISSOURI NUMBER 48 will crowd sv During Fourth ALL SHOES SHINED FREE DU8SNG HOT WEATHER T ALL MENS FINE And during month ll continue the entire AT Do you know that there is nothing so cool lor the feet as tan shoes THE PLACE GET PRJCES will continue during the entire month n Right in the midst of the summer season we offer cur entire stock of Trouble Wish Boys R L White tfaa groceryniaa wSio moved frocfl here to Macon seems to bs having some trouble School Board Meeting Ffoca Wednesdays Daily Tha Moberly School Board met in regular session lost night N E The This onelourth off sale is so well known to everyone within many miles around us it is unnecessary to make any further talk about it but we wish to impress one that its the only genuine clearance sale going on in the city with the boys of that town youngsters of that place learned that be conld be easily tormented and siace then have been making life miserable for him A few days ago a boy took a seat on a powder kegnear the store end begaa to whistle Bob White with might and main Mr White had him arrested and although the youngster was fined 8565 the other i boys have rallied to his assistance the powder keg is the most popu lar resort in town for them and the well known refrain of Bob White can be heard all over that locality at nearly any hoar of the day Mr White threatens to others arrested Walker was elected secretary and J Thomas Coates treasurer for soon tti6 year beginning July 15 Ths election of janitors was deferred to a meeting to be called next week B Forney lias tbe best selected and fluent dry goods in Moberly Bay now and get your Premium Stamps and Mrs Asa Cableand Mrs Dave Davis of Elliott were in Moberly today on a shopping tour Bead From Wednesdays Daily Hugh who suffered a sea ond apoplectic stroke a tew days ago died this afternoon at4 oclock Funeral arrangements not an nounced Randolph theinfantsoa of Web ster Williams died at the faosse of his parents in the northwestern portion 01 Moberly this morning big race meeting will hundreds of people to our city and we should not forget that Toil every body to come for it will be the arreatest meeting held in years Tillie Haalett has returned to her home in Kansas Gity after in2 the funeral of her ancle Heelen CHANGES AT THE SHOPS E IHeyiibiss Succeeds Have Patton As Round Honse Foreman The resignation of Dave Patton the well known and popular day foreman of the round house took affect on the first of this month He is a pleasant and accommodat ing gentleman has made an excel lent official and has a host of friends in the Magic City who will t6 sorry to know that he bas sev ered his connection with the Ban ker Boute Mr Patton is succeeded by DE Deviltries of Butler Ind Mr Pevilbiss is a railroad man from the ground up He began work for tbe Wabash as an apprentice aoad by strict attention to business Ma steadily advanced For many he was foreman of the round honee afjTilton and afterwards General Foreman at Pern Ind and later served in the same cap acity on the Grand Trnnk railroad at Battle Creek Mich and for the Book Inland in Iowa Be is a gen ial and pleasant gentleman and his mother and aigter will make their home with him in the Magic City The MONITOR cordiaiy wel comes them to Moberly and trusts that their stay here will be a pleas ant one Tried to Take the Town George Boland the young Ran dolph county negro who is better known as Crany George got away from Jefferson City last night went to New Franklin and began to take tbe town He resisted arrest and night Marshal Middleton sum moned Len Broaddus and some other oitiiens to bis aid They had to knock Boland senseless be fore he conld be captured Police Gonrt News Neighborhood troubles was the title of tue farce comedy which was enacted in tbe police court this morning F P Dapron the blind man waa tbe complaining witness and Mr Grabitt and bis eon were the defendants Dapron claimed that young Gravitt disturbed his peace by throwing at his chickens and by cursing him The boy denied this and Judge Procter after hear ing all the evidence in the oase de cided tbat the defendants had done no wrong and they were accord ingly discharged The boy claim ed that on the evening tbe trouble is said to have taken place he had been fishing and in order to make a short cut home had passed thro the alley in the rear oi Daprons residence and tbat Dapron became angry at this and ordered him to keep out of the alley MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH What We Can Save You on a Buggy We cant tell you but we can show you Come and look over our stock and com pare them with any bodys buggies BEST IN QUALITY 1Ave Stock Kansas City July steady on best slow on others beef steers native cows native stockers lower at weak and lower sheep lambs 505 Chicago July 3 Cattle Good to prime steers stockers and feed ers Texas ted steers 125 530 and butchers 615 to choice wethers 400 western sheep native lambs St Louis July 2 steers stockers and feeders Texas and Indian steers and lights butchers mut tons lambs Grain niil Protliiloiin Kansas City July by sample on track 2 hard No 3 hard No 2 red No 3 red 2 mixed No 3 mixed 47e No 2 white 50e No 3 white 2 mixed 31c No 3 No 2 white 32cr No 3 white Rye No 2 Ffflc prairie S500 Eggs Sc per doz Poultry Hens live 6V2c per Ib roosters 15c each turkeys ducks pigeons SlOu per doz extra fancy 17c per Ib dairy lic store packed 13c Potatoes home grown per bu Beets 20030C per doz bunches Onions new per bu Rhubarb 20c per bunch Cucumbers per bu crate Cabbage oer cwt Rad ishes 20c per doz bunches Lettuce 50c per bu Peas per bu Beans wax bu green 90c Ap ples new Jl00igll10 per bu Blackberries per crate Gooseberries pen crate Raspberries black per crate red Cherries 175 per crate PEBF TO THE CONSUMER nd St Lonln Chicago July 2 red No 3 64c No 2 hard winter 65c 3 64c No 1 spring G5 No 2 60c No 3 No 3 2 No 3 St Louis July 2 red cash elevator 62V4c track No 2 hard 65c 2 cash track 43Jic 2 iash track 30 304r No 2 white 31 Starups alven Rt I B Fnrney8 Cost Sale He Is the bee of dry goods in Maberly 4573wl Sydnor of were la Hoberly oi JadgeWB tellers As a further guarantee we would state Every Garment is UNION MADE and bears the Union Label CLOTHIER AND GENTS FURNISHER
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