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W. J. ROUSE, Editor.
EFMS S1.C0 PER Vtr.P,
Entered ai the PoNtnfflcv Monroe City!
Missouri, as econKi;!.!- tr.:i'irr
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1912.
All hail! November, stalwart son of
Upon thy beard the winter's early
Wind now the bugle of the North
Bend low the boughs, their leaves
before thee east.
Haste onward in thy potency of
For coming snowflakes sweep a
While w(- who wait, nor at thy fury
In mighty chorus cry. "All hail!
- Lalia Mitchell.
Missouri lias hceii redeemed.
Yes, it wa a big victory.
The people were dissatisfied with
trust and monopoly rule.
Missouri's Major is a man who
will always be found standing for
The Missouri Democratic delega
tion in Congress is one of the
strongest in the galaxy of states.
After the Fourth of March next
the Government will be in the hands
of the people. The grasp of the
trusts and monopolies has been
Missouri will never stand for the
Single Tax as most Missourians be
lieve in every man paying tax on
all his property be it real or per
sonal. Before elections our Republican
friends would strongly intimate
that they were going to revise the
tariff downward, but after the elec
tion the Republican officials would
never do anything for the relief of
the people, but would generally
raise the tariff a little on the neces
saries of life.
It is expected that soon after the
Fourth of March President Wilson
will call an extra session of Con
gress, that the Democrats will in a
few days again pass the tariff bills
which Taft vetoed. This time the
bills will not be vetoed. This out
of the way it is more than likely
that an income tax bill will be
The Gentle Reminder- Pay Up!
If the printer is paid promptly
and his pocket-book kept plethoric
by prompt paying patrons, he puts
his pen to his paper in peace; his
paragraphs are more pointed; he
paints his pictures of passing events
in more pleasing colors, and the pe
rusal of his paper is a pleasure to
his patrons. Paste this piece of
proverbial philosophy in some place
where all persons can perceive.
Clifton Hill Rustler.
The Gypsy Queen was put on at
the opera house. Tuesday evening
by home people. They were greet
ed by a large audience and from re
ports those who attended were
much pleased. We made arrange
ments with a party to write this up
but at the time of going to press
have not received copy.
Just received a car of Knapheide
Farm Wagons c.t A. Jaeger, Jr.'s
A Mr. Nelson new offices with
Drcscher St Woodson mid writes life
If you want good clean coal free
from dirt and slate order from
Lambert Hagan was a Hannibal
See my line of new fiction. Miss
Mrs. Elizabeth Westhoff of Kan
sas City, has been with her many
Charles Smith spent Sunday with
Monroe County Circuit Court will
convene at Paris Nov. 27.
Robt. Meriwether was attending
to professional business at Shelby
Edward Ford, of Shelbina spent
of the week with Thomas Conboy.
Women's Pure Saxony Gloves 50c
pair. Miss Sallie Rouse. Adv.
Tandy Gentry, of Hannibal was
with friends here part of the week
Fresh Pies every day at Barnes'
Model Bakery. Anything baked
to order that you want.
If you want to buy a horse, cat
tle, sheep or hogs advertise in the
Loren Yates was looking after
business interests in St. Louis part
of the week.
Ben Wunch of Hannibal spent
, part of the week with relatives
Mrs. George W. Tucker and
daughter of Moberly. are visiting
C. M. Smith and family.
Lots of fun at Spelling Match to
We Will Show You How!
If you have ideas if you can THINK we will
show you the secrets of this fascinating new profession.
Positively no experience or literary excellence necessary.
No "flowery language" is wanted.
The demand for photoplays is practically unlimited.
The big film manufacturers are "moving heaven and
earth" in their attempts to get enough good plots to sup
ply the ever increasing demand. They are offering $100
and more, for single scenarios, or written ideas.
Nearly all the big film companies, the buyers of
photoplays, are located in or near New York City. Be
ing right on the spot, and knowing at all times just what
sort of plots are wanted by the producers, our SALES
DEPARTMENT has a tremendous advantage over
agencies situated in distant cities.
We have received many letters from the big film
manufacturers, such as Vitagraph, Edison, Essanay,
Lubin, Solax, Imp, Rex, Reliance, Champion, Comet,
Melies, etc., urging us to send photoplays to them. We
want more writers and we'll gladly teach you the se
crets of success.
We arc selling photoplays written by peo
ple who "never before wrote for publication."
Perhaps we can do the same for you. If you can think of only
one good idea every week, and will write it out as directed by us.
and it sells for only $25, a low figure, YOU WILL EARN $100
MONTHLY FOR SPARE TIME WORK.
FREE Send your name and address at once for free copy of
our illustrated book, "Moving Picture Playwriting." Don't hesitate.
Don't argue. Write NOW and learn just what this new profession
may mean for you and your future.
Wirt Mitchell, Monroe City, for j
farm loans and all branches of in- j
Special prices on Heating Stoves
and Ranges at A. Jaeger, Jr.'s
I am prepared to make farm loans
on good security at a reasonable
rate of interest. See me about that
loan Wirt Mitchell, Monroe City.
The W. C. T. U. will meet with
Mrs. Dr. Guilford next Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30, Mrs. Will Ely
At Franklin school Friday night,
Nov. 15. Everybody invited.
F. R. Edmunds, Teacher.
G. R. Snyder of Burlington, Iowa,
is visiting E. E. DeLashmutt and
family this week.
Gold Medal Flour, the best hard
wheat on the market, at Barnes'
A new pair of stock scales has
been put in the Burlington stock
yards. This will be a great conven
ience to shippers.
Best womens overshoes $1.00.
Boulware's Shoe Store.
You Ought to Have
Your Picture Taken!
See Us About It
Miss Belle Johnson.
CAN WRITE PHOTO PLAYS AND
EARN $25. OR MORE WEEKLY
Mrs. McCann of Paris, and Mrs.
John Jewett of Shelbina, spent part 1
of the week here. j
To save money on farm loans
and all branches of insurance, see !
Wirt Mitchell. Monroe City. 1
A. F. Griffith and wife spent part '
of the week at Keokuk.
Dr. J. R. Hull came in yesterday, j
His friends are glad to see him.
For Sale Barred Rock Cockerels,
Pindlor cfrain at C1 ftfl aaoh if enr
before Dec. 1. Mrs. Mabel Morse,
Route 1. Bell phone 15. tf
Money to loan in any amount.
Office over Wood's Drug Store,
tf. A. S. JAYNE.
Miss Edna Vaughn has been visit
ing her brother, Prof. M. B. Vaughn,
at Montgomery City.
W. S. Woodson has bought the
hospital building in this city. It is
good property. Mr. Woodson turn
ed his undivided half interest in a
farm near Ely on the deal.
A good farm wagon, a bargain.
Mrs. Mary Rouse returned Sun
day from St Joseph where she has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
T. P. Middleton.
Lost A black and white, more
black than white, Setter dog. Re
ward for recovery.
Card of Thanks.
I wish to thank my many friends
for the kindness shown U3 during
the sickness and death of my dear
wife. Perry T. Hays.
The swelkst line of ladies fine
shoes. Boulware's Shoe Store.
New York City
For Sale 40 acres good wild land
at $17.50 per acre, located about 20
miles east of Guthrie, in Logan
County, Okla. Address James S.
Schoti, 2112 N. California Ave.,
Chicago, m. 11-14
John Gottman and family have
come in from Ottawa, Kan. They
will make their home at Hannibal.
The famous "Walk Over" Shoes.
Boulware's Shoe Store.
Miss Vena Yowell, the daughter
of D. E. Yowell of near Ely, was
driving, Monday, and the horse be
came frightened and ran away
throwing her out of the buggy and
dislocating her shoulder.
Be at the Spelling Match at school
house tomorrow evening, Nov. 15.
In The Long Run
it pays to buy Harness where qual
ity is the first comMerutiou. Bar
gain prices are not bargains when
accompanied by . uiiTci cnt quali
ties. Why net iV. .iv: io this
right now and w-.v. Y,y. for yuur
Harness. We 3a. v v';y first
and prices afte' 1..-, to your
interest to do liu; s:uc
REED K. MS LAND.