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title: 'Monroe City Democrat. (Monroe City, Mo.) 1888-1919, March 01, 1918, Image 3',
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ADMISSION 15c AND 25c
Gem Theatre, Sat, March i
Progress in (Airplanes.
The most sntisfactory progress is
being made with America's air pro
gram. Secretary Baker made this
announcement after a conference
with thirty of the biggest contract
ors making airplanes and motors
The conference was addressed bv
Secrtary Baker, Secretary Daniels,
Howard Colvjo od the head of the
ormti on1 notrv: fl inri turn i -.
The aircraft board announced
representatives of thU'iiied Stites
bad arrived in London to attend an
interallied conference for the stand
ardization of all airplane material
A letter trom Stanley Siarrett to
Ins parents, Mr. and Mrs J S. Star
rett, indicates that he was shortly
to embark for France. Stanley be
longs to the regular army, having
volunteered before the selective
draft was put in operation.
J. C. Kincaid is transacting busi
ness in St. Louis this week.
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Merth MichlKM Avenue, Chleace
Regular services as follows:
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Preaching at 10:45 a. m.
Senior League at 6:30 p. m.
Preaching at 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting every Wednes
day evening at 7:30.
H. C. Bolen, Pastor.
Revival meeting First Baptist
Church. Evangelist J. H Hubbard
of Palmyra to do the preaching.
Meeting to begin Sunday 11 a m.
Sermon by the pastor. Theme;
"The Lord's People in Line of
Sunday School 9:45 a m.
B. Y. P. U. 6:30 p. m.
Preaching 730 p m. by Rev. J
H. Hubbard. ' A' good warm place
to worship. We welcome you.
Joseph C. Cook, Pastor.
The big drive is on for the $3,
000,000 campaign for benevolences
Every pulpit in the Presbyterian
Church, U. S , is to be occupied
next Sunday by someone other than
the pastor. Every member, Deacon,
Elder, Members of Ladies' Society's,
as well as the preachers are doing
t heir "bit" to help win this great
battle of the Lord's. The official
organ of the Campaign, "Over The
Top," says, "This is the month of
the biggest thing our Church ever
t ried to do." Let us see to it that
the quota for our Church is adopted
and that we keep in line with other
Churches of our class.
Dr. Richmond will preach for us
next Sunday morning and evening,
let every member be present and
do all they can to help boost this
Great Work. Everything that
boosts', righteousness helps defeat
All other services at regular
Note. All whose March sub
scriptions are due for our "War
Work," please leave same at F. &
M. bank, no later than the 2d of
After next Sunday we will hold
no eveningjpreaching services dur
ing the,Baptiet revival.
Lee R. Sparks, Pastor.
MissJSenta Clark of this city and
teacher at Hickory Grove school in
Marion County has been offered a
d esirableisituation with a Chautau
qua Company at a handsome salary
and has accepted the position. Miss
Clark will take up the work im
mediately after the close of her
school, which will be sometime in
April. Her work will probably be
in the Pacific States.
Mrs. Bertie Shoemaker is visiting
relatives and friends in Kansas
Honor Roll For February.
Howard Brown, '
Kathryn White, -
POULTRY AND EGGS
FOR SALE Eggs from choice line
bred Barred Plymouth Rocks, Thomp-
strain. Guaranteed hatch. E. E.
Evans, at Wade & Dawson's.
FOR SALE Good cash paying busi
ness in Monroe City. Reason for
sale, owner leaving city. If inter
ested apply at Democrat office.
FOR SALE I. H. C. gasoline engine
2 h. p. Second hand, but in good
condition and will sell cheap. Wood
Wilson, Monroe City.
WANTED Will buy good oil stock.
S:ate lowest price, dividends, if
any, etc. Address, Wm. Harris, Ho
tel Ketchum, Tulsa, Okla.
WANTED All your cleaning, press
ing and repair work. Satisfaction
guaranteed. L. L. Lane, Tailor.
FOR RENT Small farm. Apply to
J. W. Rouse, MoDroeCity, Mo.
TO LOAN Several hundred dollars
of home money to loan. See Node
Notice la hereby given that letters
ot administration on the estate of
Helen C. Greenwell, deceased, were
granted to the undersigned on the 4th.
day of February, 1918, by the Probate
Court of Monroe County, Missouri.
All persons having claims against
said estate are required to exhibit
them for allowance to the adniinietra
tor within six months after date of
said letters or they may be precluded
from any benefit of said estate, and if
such claims be not exhibited within
one year from date of this publica
tion they shall be forever barred.
Dated this 4th day of February,
PHILIP G. MARR, Admr.
Attest: Penn Bkace, Probata Judge.
Ut insertion Feb. 8, 1918.
Lilli-in Davis. '
Elizabeth Rae Melson.
Manha Elzabeth Conway.
Mary Lewis Gort,
Dona Fern George.
Ada Ruth Dawson,
Judith Ellen Johnson.
Burnley Cook. '
Mary Byrd Boulware,
Hurrah for the third grade! They
captured the "Banner Room" pen
ant. The boys and g rls are going
"over the top" with the Junior Red
Cross, and they have purchased
over $800 worth of Tnrift Stamp
and Baby Bonds Isn't that a good
record? Lee C. Stuart.
The eight annual convention of
the Hannibal and St. Joseph Cros3
State Highway Association will he
held at Brookfielti on March 5th.
James Christian and sou. Guy,
are moving their restaurant stock
from Shelbina to this city and wul
occupy the rooms formerly occupied
by the Kromer bakery.
Mrs. Herman Bell, of Stoutsville
6pent part of the week witti her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. R E Redman
of near this city.
Mrs. B. Overfelt, of Clarence
spent Wednesday in this city at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wilson.
Eggs have taken a tumble in price
just as the egg season begins. The
Henderson Produce Co., handled
2500 cases of eggs last Saturday at
Bnrpee's Seeds Grow 5,"J3b!sS
Seeds to lessen the table expenses and to store for the future. Burpee's
Annual, the Leading American Seed Catalog for 1918, has
been enlarged and improved. It is mailed free. Write for it today.
W. Atlee Burpee Co., Seed Growers, Philadelphia
Peaberry Coffee, lb. - 20c
Washington Crisps, pkg. .- 10c
Macaroni, package - - 10c
Spaghetti, package - 10c
Crisco, 1 1-2 pounds - - 45c
Red Salmon, per can - 20c
Pink Salmon, per can - - 15c
Salted Herring, 6 for - - 25c
Sweetpotatoes, 3 lbs - - 25c
Potatoes, per peck - - 40c
Spinach, per can - - 25c
Sunbrite Cleanser, 6 cans - 25c
Pure Sorghum, per gal - $1.00
Mary Jane Sorghum - 80c
Maple Syrup, gallon - - 50c
NEW GARDEN SEEDS
Barr's Cash Store
MONROE CITY, MISSOURI.